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The Columbia High School Team: knows every feature of the basket ball game, and when they go out for & contest they play ball. Last Friday night, according to previous arrangement, they met the Campbellsville High School Team in the latter's gymnasium and the gams was called on time, and a large crowd was present to witness the contest. It was exciting from the start and at no time did Campbellsville have a chance to win. -- It closed, Columbia, 35; Campbellsville, 20. The order was good and the High School boys of this place met with courteous treatment, and of course were well pleased with the meet. TO GO TO OXFORD. W. S. Bynes The Meeting. Sudden Death. Mark Twain's Miss A HAPPY WEDDING. The series of meetings which start- Last Tuesday night about 9 o'clock, or Centre College ed at the Methodist church more than Mrs. Matilda M. Butler, who was the Wins Rhodes Scholarship a week ago, continues with large con- widow of the late Wm. Butler, died gregations in attendance. The largest suddenly at her late borne, at the top From Kentucky. number of people that were ever in of the Cheatham Bridge Hill, two the church were there last Sunday miles from Columbia. The following dispatch to Courier-toiirna- l, Evangelist Squires speaks The deceased was in her 72th year, night from Swarthmore, Fa., dated with great force and he is paid the and was in this place, trading, all day December 3rd, says: closest attentions There are many Tuesday. When she reachedLb.ome The result of the annual election who are attending who ought to unite she was feeling in perfect hea3ftnand of American Rhodes scholars) to the She with some religious body, anfl there was in a happy frame of mind. Oxford University held yesterday In are many who have never made a con-- f sat with her daughters in the family thirty-tw- o States, were announced y room until it was time to go to her ess" ion, who seem by President Frank Aydelotte of Appointments for own apartment. One of her daughters hard to move. Swarthmore College, American Secrepreaching have been given out for went with her to her room, and in a tary to the Rhodes trustees, each night this week and eactyday at short time she was ready to take her Thirty-tw- o Rhodes scholars are ap10:30, excepting next Saturday fore- bed, but before lying down she placed pointed from the United States each noon. Toere will be no service? in the one of her hands on her head, a year. A scholarship is tenable for forenoon on account of the Quarterly strange look coming over her counte three years and carries with it a stipmeeting which will be held at Tabor. nance, and in a very short time she end of 350 pounds a year. The selecUp to now there have been a number passed away. Dr. C M. Russell was tion is made on the three-folbasis of of young people and some older per called apd pronounced the attack of character and personality, scholastic sons, who have asked the praters- - of apoplexy, and informed her daughtability and physical vigor, whether the Christaln people. The sung ser- ers that medical aid could do no good shown by participation fn outdoor She leaves six daughters who are vice is delightful and inspiring; Last sports or in other ways. Sundag forenoon Miss Frances Russell, sorely grieved over the dispensation of For the thirty-tw- o appointments who is an artistic violin player, ac- providence. Mrs. Butler, before her made yesterday there were 344 candicompanied her mother, who was at marriage, was as Miss Banks and there dates. Those elected, subject to the piano. The minister is a very are many relatives of that name in ratification of the Rhodes trustees, the She was an excellent plain speaker, and his utterances are the county. together with the institution from woman, a member of the made with great force. He is fighting Christian which they are accredited and their sin with earnest, and in speaking of Methodist Church, and she instilled present address included: engaera in it, he calls a fight living into her offspring. Kentucky W. S Hynes, Centra those who Thejt uneral services were conducted spade a spade. , College, 446 Rose Lane, Lexington, to-da- 'hard d Kentucky. Mr. Hynes is a son of Mrb W. A. Hynes, this place, and his present address is Lexington, Ky.. His-- Columbia friends wad confidence in bis abil-it- y and the were all "very much elated when the news came that lie had won in this highly honorable contest. He is the second graduate of the Lindsay Wilson to win a Rhodes scholarship. Roy Helm, a native of Cumberland county, now practicing law in Louisville, was the first. . Two SaW Mills Por Sale Hendrickson, . of CampbellsYiile, Ky., to show you a Christmas Talking Machimr. Will take in old organ on same. & Write Sanders. Notes From the Baptist Church. The Euzelian Class for yonng ladles of the Columbia Baptist Church, invites you to join them iiwjarrylng out their motto, "To make some one glad by service " Are you a stranger in' the city, and perhaps you do not attend any Sunday killed. School, Come to Us. Florence TBthrington, Pres. Mary Orlena .Bell.lSec. & Treas. --t- -s One 25 H. P. Gieser Engine on skids with 35 H. P. Boiler mounted on wheels. A good sawing Edger and Cut 65 off. H. P. Case Traction "Engine Prices and with Geiser Saw Mill. Terms reasonable. For further inforChristmas is rapidly drawing near. mation phone, write or see . Come in early and get the benefit of a , A.'F Scott, a wide selection of Sweaters, Hats, Casey Creek, Ky. Caps, and all gent's wear. L. E. Young. Mrs. W. EvHarris,-- West Point, ' , Miss., has sent her mother, Mrs. Geo. Frightful Accident. ' H. Nell, a beautiful- - white rose which grew at her home. She stated that Last Friday afternoon as Misses in the yard of Mr. C. S. Harris there were a number budding, and by Hallie and Maggie Cundiff were reChristmas there would be twenty or turning home, in a buggy, their horse I became scared at an automobile, just thirty in full bloom. below the Christian church. The Give him a practical gift A Shirt, horse started up the street leading to A Tie, Handkerchiefs or GJovesj The buggy was the Llndsey-WilsoL. E. Yojog. upset and Miss Maggie was considerLast Friday morning a valuable ably hurt, but not seriously. Miss J work mule owned by Mr. VaCmont Hallie was slightly bruised. The top Cheatman, was kicked by anpther of the buggy was torn off and badly mule and so badly crippled it had .to be damaged. 1-- and Murrell by Revs. Sleamaker Wednesday and the intermnnt was in the Butler grave yard. There were many who attended the last sad rites. May God comfort the stricken family, is the wish of all who know the, losing mother, and whose sympathy is extended to the six dutiful daughters. -- -- n. x Car load of at See the Display of Fancy Work at Hutchison's grocery, Saturday Dec. 16. furniture just received T. A. Furkiirs. . : Dropped Dead. -- Santa Ciaus' phone number is the Same as ours B. Y. P U. Social. n Mrs. C. C. Henson, a lady of this county, dropped dead at her home, near Cheatman Bridge, last Saturday morning. She was a women between sixty and seventy years old. Two weeks ago she and her husband well-know- And remember when you're buying jewelry, you're buying A social was given by the young peoendure. "Gifts that ple of the Baptist church.Friday EvenL. E. Young. ing, Dec. 1st. at the home of the Pastor. This was one of the best socials of the B. Y. P. U. this year. Forty young Postponed. people were present, Every one$ reThe public sale of U. U. Grider, ported a good time. The B. Y. P. U. is congratulated billed for last Thursday, on account of upon the efficient social commitee, the rainy weather, was postponed until Saturday the 16th of this month, Mrs. Carson Taylor, Misses Florence the sale to start at 9:30 a. m. on the Etherington and Virginia Smith. The games played were new and' so above date. At which time all the interesting, that the young people are property, heretofore advertised, will wishing that a social might be given be sold. every week. Death or An Infant. Saunders, 85, for many years one of the leading artist Miss Jennye Mcfarland, Daughter of this city, died at 10:45 o'clock last or Mr. W. T. McFarland Mar- Tuesday-morniat her home, 3128 ries in Texas. Western Parkaway. Miss Saunders first began her serious work as an arNEW MEXICO. tist under Professor Pering, of Louis- HOMrv CL0YIS, ville, continuing her studies in New York under Professor JEaton and ProOn Saturday morning, Dec. 2, a fessor Wilmorth.. Later she was asso- quiet but pretty "wedding was solemnciated with Carnelia Pering; of this ized at Brownfield, Texas, when Miss city, for over twenty-fiv- e years, the Jennye McFarland, of this city, beart school being known as Pering & came the bride of Mr. M. L. Norris, Saunders. of New Mexico. She was a cousins of the late Mark The ceremony was pronounced in a Twain and possessed the same gifts of very impressive manner by the Methwit and humor with which he was en- odist minister, of Brownfield, in the dowed. While she outlived most of home of Mrs. Fred Smith, cousin of her contemporaries, her cheerful, the bride, after which the contractbright and optimistic disposition won' ing parties left at once upon a motor for her a host of friends among the trip, arriving last week in Clovis, younger generation. She was known New. Mexico, where they will reside. particularly as a portrait painter. No young lady ever reared in ColumAfter the funeral services the inter- bia has more friends wishing her hapment was in Cave Hill Cemetery. piness than has Mrs. Norris. Her Louisville Herald sunny, unselfish disposition, her winMiss Sanders was a native of Adair some manner and attractive county, her mother being a Miss Hanhave made cock, and there are yet many bf her her a universal favorite with both old relatives living in the surroundings of and yonng and Mr. Norris is indeed to Columbia. She was a very popular bo congratulated upon winning this young woman, and especially was sbe charming young lady. a favorite of the young people of this Although she has for several years community. She was a leader in all been in business in Indianaoolis. social functions, and her company wasJ where she also left a host of f riands, eag erly sought. yet Columbia has ever claimed her for Her father, Mr. William Sanders, her own and she will be greatly missed. was a native of England, was a skilled Mr. Norris is a prosperous business penman, and was a school teacher by man, representing a n Alprofession. He and another teacher, buquerque firm. Better still his also an EngliBhman, Daniel Booty, friends know him jto be a gentleman came tO'Columbia at the same time, of sterling character and their many and entered upon their profession. It friends bespeak for this worthy dewas in the Mt. Pleasant community serving ceuple the 'highest type of he met and married a Miss Hancock, happiness. the mother of Miss Tip. The mother They will doubtless receive many died when the subject of this notice, presents. was a small gi.l, and in a few years, Sanders & Hendrickson, of CampMr. Sanders married another Miss Hancock, sister of his deceased wife, bellsville, will save you 'money in who is also dead. your Christmas Phonographs, "Plays Near the Mt. Pleasant church Mr. any Record." Sanders erected an Academy and re ceived boarding pupils for a number An Important Notice. of years. Tradition tells us that the late Judge Jas. Garnett, Gen. P. W. The old year is fast fading away Hardin, deceased, and Hon. W. F. and at the end of this month between Neat and many other men who became prominent, attended this school. seven and eight hnndred subscribers When Mr. Sanders was about; fifty who are on our books will receive years old, he accepted a position as tbeir last paper lor the amount of We do not want to bookkeeper for a Louisville House money paid ln and removed, with his daughter, to lose a single name, but we hope to that city. He did not remain in this add many new ones, to start with the Call or send in position but a short time, resigning it coming New Year. your renewal, and if you are not al to accept a position in Norton's Bank, which he held until his death, which ready on our subscription list, send in years ago. the price of. the paper and start with occurred about twenty-fiv- e ""' the year 1923. As an artist, Miss Sanders had ng Xantippe Sin buying oar Line. Your Christmas gifts see Dohoney &SDohoney. New Buildings. personality a crew of hands started the work of putting up four Mr. Wood Judd with cottages, for Young & Sandusky, last week, on the Coffey lot, opposite the Christian church. Mr. Judd will also build two cot tages for Mr. B. E Wilson, on the street back of the Graded School building. This work will start at once. These houses will also be for rent Mr. Judd will also build ona house in the Bussell addition to the left of Jamestown street. world there is a growAll arouud-thing preference for cut glass and silverware as gifts. We have a larger assortment than ever before. Come in and see for your self. L. E. Young. e well-know- Last Monday was a busy day with, tobacco men. The new receiving house was opened, and many thousand pounds of the weed were received.Tha opening of this house is going to increase all clrsses of business throughout the county, and it will be the. means of putting more money in the the pockets of the growers. The Association made the right selection when it named Mr. G. R. Reed, manager of the local house. Notice. a nice line of ginghams and other kinds of dress goods, also Brown and Bleached muslins, a full assortment of notions, and complete stock: of staples and fancy groceries. It will pay you to get my prices before buying. My store is in Russell Heights, & short distance from the new tobacco warehouse Mrs. A. I have but bought the old Bank's farm, near Cane Valley, and were expecting to remove to it soon. The deceased was srrictly a home lady, and was not often seen from her residence. Her husband is left alone. May God comfort him in his sorrow is the wish of his many friends. Sheep Dohoney. Lined Coats at Dohoney & II r k; Your tobacco MUST be brought on v- Hugh Ross, the middleweight boxer the stick. was married on October 7th, to Miss G. R. Reed, Manager. , An infant son, three weeks eld. that Margaret Thomas, of Louisville. Mr. had bean christened James A. of Mr. Men, Notice. Ross is known to a great many Coand Mrs. J. H. Goff.died last Thursday lumbians, his parents living in Russell afternoon. It's death brought great county, and he has often been here. sorrow to the parents, the only son in All men in Adair county, the family. The interment was in are requested to be at the Courtdiscovery for the rapid the city cemetry Friday, its little house, at 1:00 p. m., Dec. 16, 1922. A modern healing of flesh wounds, cuts, burns, mound covered with flowers. We have some very important inforbruises, sores and scalds is Liquid mation for you. Don't fail to be It is a clear, colorless liquid brought on there if you are interested about your Your tobacco MUST-tfpossessing marvelous healing power tlfci Stick. , future welfare. Price, 80c, 60c, and 81.20. Sold by G. R. Rfced, Manager. Adair Post 99, American Legion, Adv Paull Drug Co. By Albert Bryant, Post OoDKnander. In another Item we state that five .Mrs. Jas. O. Grissom gathered hundred turkeys were -- received at about. 25 gallons of Paeans on her Your tobacco MUST be brought on Grinstead & Co's. Thursday morning. hnrae fdrm-th- e best crop this year. afteraobn-26the stick. more came in; In the G. B. Reed, Manager w Nice lines ot Hosiery, Neckwear, MUST bo brought on Your tobacco Tobacco commenced coming in exrly Gloves ad Sweaters at t&6 stick. s Mondav morniner. lissell ic CwRjany. G. E. Reed, Manager Ex-Servi- receiving advantages in New York, she spent a year or two abroad. A specimen of her work can be seen on the tomb pt Mrs. Prudie Lyon, the first wife of Mr. W R Lyon, in ""the Columbia cemetery. It is the deceased picture and it is burned in the stone, the weather having no effect S upon it. The passing of this distinguished character removes from Kentucky one of her most distinguised women, one whose memory will linger for ages. " Judge Junius Hancock of this place, was a cousin .of the deceased. few equals. After Warning. To those who have purchased AutoGowdy, L. Garrett. .D-W. At the sale of the real estate of 'y For Sale. " Piano, sideboard, bed and box mattress. Good condition. Mrs. E, W. Keecf. Mr. J. N." Coffey, Ores Barger and G.. M..Stevison are supervising the Town Tax List Just received the newest filing in whip cord top coats, Call and .see them. t Bor-czou- e. e , - II.t Taylor. el , The'flght for the post office, at Eua-sSprings, is waxing warm, Herbert Arter W. Hatcher to Nora Cooper nd C. F. Dunbar are the Xeames. most active applicants Everything. In the grocery line, jfresh at Coiiover'snew store, ' next to Paull Drug Co. , -- deceased, at Campbells-- r mobiles and Trucks, and have failed to ago, the store buildprocure their transfer liscene,.I would ville, a few days ing, on Main SEjet, was., bought by supgest that you get Busy at once and Durhamlor 810,500. Tins get your license, and if you have failed Coakly & residence was bought by Vanca Govdy to get a bill of sale you had better act $6,500, and a lot below the residouble quick, as we will not Issue any for dence was also bought by Vance (o-d- y new liscense. to any one unless you for something like $2,000. We til first present your original, or a trans not get figures on other real estate fer license for the same. We are now sold. ready to Issue all license for the year 1923, and to avoid the rush I would ad. For Sale. v vice that you come the first cf this month and get your license for the Farm and country store building-.-. next year. 100 acres; house; good "waters Uespt., chicken house; woodshed; meat house; . S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C good orchard; good barn; tenant hooSd store bulldin?. having warn Marriage Llscenes. room on side. In bad need, neighbor hood for store. 10 miles from CampThe County Clerk has Issued the bellsville, ia Taylor Co See, write or following marriage licenses since our telephone, last report: Burr ER Bowert. Everett Hill to Polly Hickaby. De.wey Combest to Ethel W.. PowelL J. R. McClister to Vona May Loy. Brook Bros., Louisville; dealers irr James Blair to Gladys E. Bennett; general merchandise, w apt the pebpfe Demon Powell to Bertie Bodgers. of Adair county to readtheir "ad"? Ike O. Burton to Bessie Hard wick. published ofNews. They ?-2-fr M. in the fering bargains. are See My ceftflete.lM tf Mei's H. Wwk Tayler. continues to meet every Sunday at 2.30 o'clock p. m. and will continue on through the winter. S. S. ThBockyHill ' - ol J J - 'V l s ' 4i i ''w U "'' ''-'If1 ' ' '."-"- -' ' 7" v I f - ADAIR COUNTY JNEWS IH WHW i m m m im hlv ft BUNDMA15 1. jtMj EYEJ BY She stared B H H Hs H m H B B NX7I1HAMMacHARGED"WIN dalmer. Jb B fc western Illustrations by R.H. Livingstone 8Y LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. A rich but universally respected man Is murdered in hla automobile. The crime is accomplished with such stealth that even the chauffeur is not aware of It. Some months previously an eastern business associate, but not an intimate of the western man, had met death in an equally mysterious manner. There is absolutely no clew to the murder and no apparent motive for the second crime. Basil Santoine, a blind lawyer, with that remarkable inner perception frequently developed by the sightless, while traveling on an esstbound train from Seattle in the company of his daughter and his confidential secretary, Is murderously assaulted in his berth. Some features of this assault are more mysterious than either of the other crimes. at him with only pride then; she was proud of his strength, of his ability to fight, of the power she knew he possessed to force his "Why, you way against opposition. ' would fight them!" to fight them?" "You want me "Of course." "No matter what It costs?" She realized then that what he was facing was very grave. "Cora," he said, "I didn't come to ask your advice without putting this squarely to you. If L go into this fight, I shall be not onfy an opponent to some of my present friends ; I shall be a threat to them something they may think It necessary o remove." . i H Mi fallible theories fastening the guilt upon the right party or parties. Police efforts are futile and succeed only in fouling the trail, involving Innocent parties and inThe creasing the complications. only tangible clews seem to point to one Philip Eaton, a mysterious young man, who was abpard the train. There is also a suspicion that he may have been connected with the murder of the rich man in Seattle. Apparently against xll dictates of sense and safety, Eaton is made a guest In the sumptuous home of Santoine. Here the mystery deepens to an extraordinary degree and the big queries arise: Who is Philip Baton; what is the past of this strange man; what intuition or reasoning draws the blind man to kirn In face of the danger of his presence; In what way Is Eaton connected with the sinister events which afterward occur in the Santoine home; what explanation is there for the growing interest of Harriet Santoine in the man who Is believed to have made an attempt upon her father's life? Here are mystery and romance different from anything you ever have encountered. The outcome of events and solution of the mystery are as unexpected as anything you possibly can imagine. CHAPTER A I There is no superdetectlve nor scientific investigator to deduce in- She cried out, "You mean someone might kill you?" "Should that keep me from going mr hesitated. He went on : "Would you have me afraid to (o a thing that ought to he done, Cora?" "No," she said; "I would not." "All right, then. That's all I had to know now. The young man Is comT5he he's downstairs. I'll tell you all I can after I've talked wltfi him." He went directly downstairs; as heJ passed through the hall, the telephone bell rang. Warden himself answered it Hondo overheard Warden's end of Apparently the the conversation. other person wished to see Warden at once. Warden finished, "All right ; I'll come and get you. Wait for me there." . Then he hung up. Turning to Hondo, he ordered his car. Hondo transmitted the order and brought Warden's coat and cap; then Hondo opened the house door for him and the door of the limousine, which had been brought under the The chauffeur; was Patrick Corboy, a young Irishman who had been in Warden's employ for more than five years; his faithfulness to CorWarden was never questioned. boy drove to the place. Warden had As they stopped, a young directed. porte-cochere. ing to see me tonight, Cora. Probably Financier Dies.. cow-punche- Gabriel Warden capitalist, railroad ' director, owner of mines and timber at lands, at twenty a forty-eigh- t one of the predominant men of the Northwest coast paced with quick, uneven steps the great living room of his home just above Seattle on Puget sound. Twice within ten minutes he had used the telephone in the hall to receive the same reply that the train from Vancouver, for which he had inquired, had come In and that the passengers had left the station. It was not like Gabriel Warden to show nervousness of any sort ; Hondo, the Japanese doorman, who therefore had found something strange In his telephoning, watched him through the portieres vhich shut off the living "room from the hall. Warden turned suddenly and pressed the 4?ell to call a servant. Hondo entered the room; he noticed then that Warden's hand, which was still holding the watch before him, was r, wicker-furnishe- d out from the smoking room to help them. He aided In taking the body from the car and helped to carry it into the living room and lay it on a couch; he remained until it was certain that Warden had been killed and nothing could be done. When this had been established and further confirmed by the doctor who was called, Hondo and Mrs. Warden looked around for the young man but he was no longer there. The news of the murder brought extras out upon the streets of Seattle, Tacoma and Portland at ten o'clock that night. Seattle, stirred at once at the murder of one of its most prominent citizens, stirred still further at the new proof that Warden had been a power in business and finance; then, as the second day's dispatches from the larger cities came in, It stirred a third time at the realization for so men said that this was the second time such a murder had happened. Warden had been what was called among men of business and finance a member of the "Latron crowd"; he had been close, at one time, to the great western capitalist Matthew Latron; the properties in which he had made his wealth, and whose direction and administration had brought him the respect and attention of other men, had been closely allied with or even Included among those known as the "Latron properties"; and Latron, five years before, had been murdered. murderer had been a man who called upon him by appointment, and Warden's murderer, it appeared, had been equally known to him, or at least equally recommended. Of this as much was made as possible in the suggestion that the same agency was beLa-tron- MWC3 aMMMW 4 V The Woman's Tonic LL20 " JL T mw MMir"iHUJBBg ffiL.UlMK7CiS INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRU ! Four Times a Year Year-li- t Year-O- ut Free inspection four times a year as long as your trucks last, and the longer they last the better we like it. 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SSLiM-" "X young man who may, or may not, give a name, will ask for me in a few moments. He will, say he called by appointment. Take him at once to my smoking room, and I will see him there.- - I am going to Mrs. Warden's room now." He went up the stairs, Hondo noticed, still absently holding his watch In his hand. Warden controlled his nervousness before entering his wife's room. She talked with him casually for a moment or so before she even sent away her maid. When they were alone, she suddenly saw that he had come to her to discuss some serious subject. "Cora," he said, when he had closed the door after the maid, "I want your advice on a business question." "A business question!" She was greatly surprised. He was one "of , those men who believe all business matters should be kept from their wives. "I mean It came to me through some business discoveries." "And y6u cannot decide It for yourwatch. "I had quite decided It may lead to some It; but now result which I have suddenly felt tha,t I haven't the right to decide entirely for myself." Warden's wife for the first time felt , self?' "I had decided it" He looked again at his .y alarmed, Yon mean it affects me directly?" He seized "both her hands in his rand held her before him. . "Cora," , he said, "what would you -- have me do if you knew I had found ont.that a young" man a man who. .four or five years ago. had as much to live for as any man might had been outraged In every right by men who are my friends? WouIdynf'f have rhe fight the outfit for him? Or would jrpu have me 'lie .down?' ! hour late. This Is your authority to supersede the regular man as conductor prepared to go through to Chimackintosh, came to tlie curb and cago. You will facilitate every desire Corboy did not and obey, when possible, any request spoke to Warden. hear the name, but Warden immedi- even as to running of the train, which ately asked the man intp the car; he may be made by a passenger who will directed Corboy to return home. The Identify .himself by a card from me. chauffeur did this, but vas obliged on "H. R. JABVIS." the way to come to a complete stop The conductor, accustomed to take seyeral times, as he met street-car- s or charge envoys, of other vehicles on intersecting streets. Presidents trains when princes,any and great people of sort Almost immediately after Warden took to travel publicly "or privately, had left the house, the doorbell rang fingered note-papthe heavy and Hondo answered It. A young man upon which thQ order was written with a quiet and pleasant bearing inand looked up at the chauffeur. quired, for Mr. Warden and said he The order was surprising enough came by appointment Hondo ushered even to Connery., Some passenger of him into the smoking roam, where the was stranger waited. In about forty min- extraordinary Influence, obviously,holdto take tle train; not only the utes, Corboy drove the car under the ing of the i transcontinental for an again and got down and hour told this, but there was the furopened the door. There was no mo ther plain statement" that the passention Inside the limousine. The chauf-- , ger would be Incognito. feur looked In and saw Mr. Warden also was the fact that theAstonishing order was lying back quietly against the cushupon private ions In the back of theseat; he was written had been a monogram at tlje There alone. top of the sheet, hut It had been torn Corboy noticed that the curtains all off; that would not have been If Mr. about had been pulled down; he Jarvls had sent the order from home. touched the button and .turned on the Who could have had the president of light at the top of the car., and' then the road call upon him at half past he saw that Warden was dead; his seven 'in the morning and have told cap was off, and the" tori of his head Mr. Jarvls1 to hold the' Express for an had been smashed by a heavy blow. hour? "The chauffeur drew back, gasping; Connery was certain of the distincHondo, behind him on tl; steps, cried tive characters of the. president's out and ran into, the houfce calling for The jenlgma of the'.or-de- r, help. Two other sprvajlts and Mrs. however, had piqued him so that Warden, who, had remained nervously he pretended doubt". : hi' her room ran down. The stranger "Where did you get'thls?" he chalw"hpmtrienvfaIHug "ow seen fjpr lenged the chauffeur. ; the first .lime bVsirs. ifardeh'came man of less broad-shouldered, As They Stopped, a Yrung Man of Less Than Medium Height, and .Wearing a Mackintosh, Came to the Curb and Spoke to Warden. Broad-shouldere- d, The Express Is Held for a Personage. Bob Connery, special conductor for the Coast division of one of the chief transcontinentals, was having late breakfast on his day off at his little cottage on the shore of Puget sound, when he was treated to the unusual sight of a large car stopping before his door. The chauffeur hurried from the car to the house with an envelope in his hand. Connery, meeting him at the door, opened the envelope and found within an order in the handwriting of the president of the railroad and over his signature. lv. "" "Connery : "No. 5 being held at Seattle terminal until nin,e o'clock will run one F'! Nil iNTERNATIONABHARVESTERXGOMgS' f America (IncorpcraUi) L. Adair, Taylor and Green Counties R. CHELF Dealer for LOW flifc-4.J- COST HAU L'IN G ;., : ". r'tfU3atE3nSaB32 Res. Phoxe 15-- B. Business Phone 13-- SPECIAL SALE ON than medium height, wearing a and Dr. J. -- N. Morrel u DENTIST- Office, FrontlRoomsfJeffries BTdg. FOR. . ..-.'- cream-colore- d er UPgSTAIRS. 15 'DAYS ONLY of Cylinder Phono- - COLUMBIA, KY I u graphs in order to make floor space for my Holiday Goods. must move my Large Stock porte-cocher- e Note the following low prices. Reg. Price Sale Price 75- Do You Model $100.00 68100- - note-pape- r. " " 50 30 41.00 $75.00 51.00 30.75 Call early and select youronachine, as they will no '... t lUC3C F"M' ToMTIC if HdciftVi " WW.JHWW. laSl lUHg al- thnna nisik 1- 4- - - f TOBACCO Try Old Taylor Twist. . Say it with Music for Xmas. u V, ." V " -- J. fc hand-handwritin- g, . It's Better i -- M - I , W Uk-- "' ".-.l.. i.i wr. B"'w CONTINUED ON PAGES The News $1.50 in KY,, V ,f?j' fiaa kuLUW(vrtJ&, wuiuuii;iat, brantlrnln f - V.' hike mm TO SEIZE 'Government PRINCE CAETANI fill I Begins in Deadly Earnest to Make Plans. B''T ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i Woodson Lewis & Son IV ttf 4 -- GREENSBUFfc, . KENTUCKY. L L POINCARE AIM IS APPROVED French Expected to Act January When Reparations Payment Falls Due Cabinet Notifies Allies Dismay in Germany. 1 r ' it fl'.Al'fr S3 - , We Are Offering Paris, JSov. 29. Premier Pojncare'a plans for seizing German property afcd invading German territory were formally approved by the French cabinet In preparation for the reparation crisis now considered unavoidable. A. notification of the French decision has been sent to the Alll'es. May Act in January. France's move is likely to take place when the next German payments fall due In January. It will Involve seizure of the Ruhr and the setting up of a nominally Independent regime on the left bank of the Rhine. It is understood that Marshal Foch and Major General Buot, chief of staff, could execute the plan for the expansion of the military occupation of the right bank of the Rhine within twenty-fou- r hours. The civil administration, Tirard, the French high commissioner for the Rhlneland, says could be extended al- The Prince Gelaslo Cuetanl, recently named by Premier .Mussolini as the new ambassador at Washington, to succeed Senator Rlccl. Prince Cae-taIs a brother of the duke of He is Internationally famous as an engineer and Is well known in the Western states of America and in Alaska, having worked with John Hays Hammond In several large engineering enterprises. ni Ser-monet- 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. a. "It is Fully Galvanized." Price is right See our stock of Clothing, Shoes, Ladies Cloaks, Dry Goods and Hosiery. most Immediately. Dismay in Berlin. Berlin, Nov. 29. Confusion ap- TURKS AND RUSSIANS BACK U. S. OPEN DOOR To Support American Aims in Near proaching consternation reigns In political and financial circles here as The most Perfect Working, Smoothest Running, Light Weight Car, on a result of Premier Rayn.ond Lausanne, Nov. 27. Both the Russtatement that France is con Market. Runs like a boat on smooth water. templatlng the confiscation of Hie sians and the Turks seem about to espouse openly the American open s Rhlneland and the occupation of "The Height of Perfection in Economical Amerul door policy enunciated by tho of the Rhur district in here Try one and you will buy it. for the failure of German.. u pay ican observers tAliieg. and to stand for It against the reparations. Russia Is negotiating with the Turks f. o. b. Factory. Touring $525.00. on this basis. Delegates comment that ( seems to mark it SOUTH FICHTS LYNCHING BILL the American statement Coupe $680.00. an attempt by the United States to world-wid- e iDIxle Senctors Term It "Force" Act give the open door policy application, as shown particularly in and Unconstitutional Will Filithe last paragraph of Ambassador buster Against It is Made of Best Material and Best DEIKER BUGGIES: Child's statement, whereas, until now the original John Hay doctrine was Washington, Nov. 29. Denouncing Has to Give Satisfaction. Workmanship, bill as propos-toj- g only applied to China. the Dyer The Allies will answer that while the most daring and destructive will be Uhvaslon of state rights in history, the principle seems sound. It hard to grant unless America will acSouthern Democratic senators set out So kill the measure, even If It should cept the responsibilities such as the the presbe necessary to halt the entire legis- British insist they accept byareas like ence of their troops In lative machinery indefinitely. The bill passed by the house em- - Turkey. Is fast beThe jwering the federal government to coming Lausanne conferenceaffair, with a British-Turkis- h terrene to punish lynchers and local .i governments which fail to enforce the the French a diminishing factor since Curzon against lynchers was termed a their agreement to support the for the memorandum. Therefore It Is Corce' bill and unconstitutional Dy British to decide whether the conferopponents. 'Its bitter southern ence Is to accept the American proposition. Every specific question like Thrace and the Martlza forts Is being GREEK KING'S AIDS SLAIN ,tled up by British for the purpose economic privileges, (Former Cabinet Members Charged of bargaining on right like the Mosul oil With Defeat by Turks Executed GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. British Quit Greece. CAR LOADS BIGGEST KNOWN Athens, Nov. 29. Six members of the Greek cabinet that fell when King Revenue Freight Is Heaviest in History for This Time of jOonstantlne abdicated were executed the Year. officially announced. They (here, it was 'were shot by a firing squad. The enNew York, Dec. 1. Londlng of revehome of shame or glory. to me." tire six stood side by side before sevHer Last Partner. If the city elementary schools of soldiers. 'The bodies nue freight continues to be the heav eral platoons For a while she lay quiet but "Sure I would like to dance are taught over nine months in iest in the history of American rail were given to relatives. roads for this time of the year, reports soon the fever began to come with you." The British minister, F. O. Llndley, the year by teachers receiving By Lura Harrison. has notified the Greek government just received from the car service diagain, it began to mount up like . "Oh daughter." $1'200 and the country schools that because of the executions Great vision of the American Railway association show. For the week ended NoBritain has broken off relations with seven "Yes father just one more are taught less than "Doctor, do you think we can fire, one hundred and one showGreece, and that he is leaving Athens. vember 18 loading of all commodities ed the thermometer, twenty dance." totaled 969,094 cars, an Increase ol saveher, asked the father. months in the year by teachers 178,731 over the corresponding week receiving less than $700, are "Daughter do listen." IN "Well, if we can only keep her minutes later the mercury had FINES of 1920. There was also an Increase AMOUNT GREAT of 15,181 cars over the week ended No- quiet we may be able to pull her climbed to one hundred and five. "Just one more then we shall country children receiving a vember 11, when loadings were affectU. S. Government Collects $5,718,118 A few minutes later it waB go home to mother." square deal? ed by observance of Armistice day trough," was the reply of the During 1922 in Prosecution standing at one hundred and and election dav. of Criminal Cases. Then there was a bustle, the doctor, in a deep solemn voice. Poln-care- 's East Controversy Angora Asks for Straits. Chevrolet Motor Cars the Transportation." twn-thlrd- "It the best". the antl-lynchl- it Roofing: Galvanized and Painted. A car load of Rubber Roofing just received, good quality at a Fair Price. Look at it. WOODSON LEWIS & SON '' Washington, Nov. 29. Fines collected by the government during the last year with other moneys deposited In suits totaled $5,718,118, according to ah announcement by the Department of Justice. There was a marked advance in collection of fines last year over the preceding year which showed ttfat 23,876 criminal cases and 3,064 civil suits were disposed of In the twelve-mont- h period. NO TURKEY AT WHITE HOUSE President Harding Eats Thanksgiving Dinner at Sick Wife's Bedside Mrs. Harding Better. Washington, Dec. 1. Thanksgiving NEGROES ON THE RHINE United States Army Officers Declare isfot Single One Has Been There Since Early Summer. day at the White House was quiet and unpretentious, hut It occasioned rejoicing because of Mrs. Harding's convalescence. The state dining room was abandoned and the President and Mrs. Harding dined in her room. A table was moved in and one of the huge gobblers presented to the President was served. Mrs. Harding was seated in a wheel chair. There were no visitors. I "She certainly is weak, but Iter lungs are clearing up a little; e must save all her strength e can for when the fever lfaves her she may not be able Coblenz, Nov. 29. Not a single SENATOR AFTER THE KLAN French negro soldier or laborer has been in occupied Germany since early 'Walsh of Massachusetts Demands Atsummer, American army officers here torney General Daugherty End say. Activity of the Ku Klux. The French occupationary forces, numbering 90,000, include about 20,000 Washington, Nov. 28. A demand Algerians, Moroccan3 and Arabs. that the federal government take steps at once to break up and prosecute the DEFEAT LIBERIAN LOAN BILL En Elux Klan was voiced by Senator Walsh (Mass.), Democrat, In a letter Stiressed ,to Attorney General Daugh (Thirteen Republicans Join Democrats JIT fuuumaici my rutl oci- C-back to G. O. P. m Smltn, jmty, "glutei, iiu wne, jmeu 'whenjhi a senate uy.fttfuixr.pi.s'O". daughter Ruby, and "their ziEXf mgiireMU" vflrtfc:'T recoiaiuuwu, 'ttf' ivMnw ivuv If to niece, Mrs. Deiine ijurcnneia and tbe nfiyi'.K!5mit9E JTW fifil pro-Cl:irles. thirteen, vera niui.!eiri to the Re- - heree:i. w themornlng and thenoirv tifflUAlfef LlB&TC&Ttv bad aroused in uh'uji iJjoyx lived ' biimH. P.cn Washington, Nov. 28. ring administration nief. ard- - t j5iJloaa2Qi5000 ' 'yea'old Burclifiel'l iio-a- BmHRns onnoHtioQ un ong program-- : nv-nn- e, hush hi. of tkfl ttUfgered nv.ii.iir. .vas uriwtei. seven. Her pulse was merely a door opened and in stepped the flutter. mother. She had just returned "All is lost" was the expres- from a dance; on seeing her sion that was written on the doc- mother the girTs eyes sparkled. tor's face. "How father, mother has Soon she began to murmur un- come and we don't have to go tib pull through. "Let us trust in God she will" intelligible sounds. She was home. We can dance as long as Answered father the ferverently, passing rapidly into unconscious- - we like. Mother won't be lonesome,", said the girl ,with a but he seemed to be speaking to ness. "Oh how lovely," said the weaken voice. spme one else. He was think"Daughter oh daughter came ing of how, the last week she girl with a burst of laughter. aimpljr grand. I sure-l- y the voice of her parents in un"This is iad persuaded him to let her atloVe to dance. It is the great- -' ion. tend the final ball in which she "All right father one more was the guest of honqr, being est pleasure there is." The father stood quietly by dance then we shall go, just one trie daughter of the leading minprayed that God more, ister of the city, instead of at- her bed and mo-r-tending the Missionary meeting would heal. The Doctor withdrew intoithe ; As the moon went down below of which she was the president. room snd mumoled "Too the Western hills, and the sun She came home through the next o L late! rose above the Eastern, over cold and damp just like she had "Isn't that music glorious" she fell asleep in the icy arms of v done hundreds pi times before; came the words from the lips of her last partner DEATH. and by some unforeseen chance sliehad been exposed to the the dying. J 'Daughter speak to me" Was Dr. John W. Carr, of the State weather and contracted cry of the father: Department of Education, will and now ne was battling "Yes with you I could dance become the retidenfj of the new I1 tnat Monsur wmen comet forever," replied ttje girl.1 sooner or later to take us all woateru xtwuwu vcuvui, .. be located at Murray. woica 11 f irom thii material hom to a ''Come daughter, coma back to '3 "j' Mm ,m-o-r-- e, o-n- -e A bachelor living in a rural district objected to paying taxes for the support of a modern consolidated school. He wrir e a letter to a local paper saying that the old school was good enougn. A mother wrote a reply.in which she said, among other thiugs: "I wonder whether he lives in a log house, wears homespun! cooks by a fireplace, reads-ba tallow dip, works an ox team, or rides to church in a lumber wagon! I wonder!" y e. To make the 'rural schools as good a3 the city schools we are told that t'he country schools ' ' T-o-- a-t-- pneu-lyuni- a,' the-pleadin- g should be kept open at least nine months in the year, should be taught by better teachers receiving better pay, in better schoolhouses with better equip ment Money will buy these and all the other thing3 that .now go to make our city schools better than moat zural schools. -- ' Gilmer S. Adams -- a Louisville financier, died suddenly in Loai' :' don. "" ' '" i ' ' - P the apaircounty;news Tfc. Make This A leveiry XMsd .ff V- v '- - v . We Have An Endless Variety ' Of Beautiful V - X-M- AS GIFTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY I- f- Come in and Look Around as Much as You Like. t.Our Store is a Regular Feast for the Eyes. V4;VJ :'' 3 jg;l v; Oiir Prices ar;e a Thanksgiving for the Purse. v.v l A Fw .7i -' X-- Mas Suggestions for Your Approval: Furnishing ' Watches, Ghains.Clpeks, Rings, Cuff Links, Brooches, Stick Pipsi, Silverware, Cut Glass. , br - & A Complets Line of Menfe "It, i tr - i : ft Trade With Us and Enjoy the Difference. s E. TfOUNG, Nevis - Columbia, Kentucky iSJiSiSiigiSiSMiSiSi 1!M!112$(!&1!1S1!1SH - dair J RS. DAISY HAMLETT. choice lot of liquor and plenty of The Adair County News in $1 50 per year; 60 cents lor 4 months and 75 it, as the storage house is robbed cents for six months. Keep these figgPublishedgOn Tuesdays every few weeks o'f thousands of ures before you and you will not be Cok.m6ia, Kentucky- dollars worth" of whisky. The nnrlor f.hn nenp5!iKtf nf writing for fx last haul was a few nights ago, rates Tne paper i3 mailed for cash. Eon or and it is estimated that the ban E.MURRBL.U, For Sale. .,.. MGR worth. They Goarvty ( A Democratic Newspaper devoted to" the Interest of the city of Columbia and. the 'People f 'Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered atthe Colnmba" Post-offi- as second dits got $25,900 tied the guards in their bed and One Grant.Six touring car, one Ford removed the whisky in automo Sedan. Both cars in good condition biles. Again we want to ask, Ford Service Station. havwho is mostly interested in J. M. CallisonTProp., Cane.yalley, Ky. ing bonded whisky removed? . 6-- 4t mall matter. A 's mind The Courier-JournalOur subscribers who are behind on TUESDAY DEC. 121922. may be a little faulty, and fear- our books would confer a favor if they ing that it is, we want to remind would pay at once It takes a great STJBSCRIPTIONCPKICE: that publication that not many deal of money to run a newspaper,' L5 Kentucky years ago there was a canvass and we need every dollar that is due $2.00 Out Ide of IcIltcky-for Governor in this State on the this office. There are several hundred AH Subscription are du and Payable in who are perfectly platform, "Belknap and Busfc living in Columbia able to Day, and they should no longer ness." Perhaps the Courier-Journ- neglect a duty that means so" much Senator Stanley says that he would learti what to the publisher. hand in the race tiW not take a of that canvass if it would , Jtfanted. 'Jor Governor untilN after the turn to its files. nomination,has been made. A young ,ma'n. that knows' something Attorney General Daughtery about the blacksmith trade to learn This paper is not worrying announced from washing ton, a to cut monuments. Steady' job. All about a business candidate for few days ago, that jthe Federal inside work.. Call or write, Governor. It wants a true and Government hag mo authority Joe C. Simms, Lebanon, Ky. Democrat nominated, an tried over illegal acts of tf e Ku Klux honest and fearle3s man, whose Klan. He further said that obability is, known throughout the noxious acts of the Klan came The inside work at the Bank'of Co- such a man and along,nicely. The State. Select under the State's poftce power. lumbia is moving he will hope to remove to the new directors fchere is not a doubt but building in about six weeks. look after the. business. The Democratic contest fo Governor will open, in earnest Select your Christmas presents 'now Walter P. Stamp, was tried in soon after the holidays. There while the stock is fall. A .Louisville, last week, for the is already one candidate an r Rassdl &.Co. second time, for killing Smith nounced.and four ojj nve otners Eussell and was given fifteen ready to let their wants be TJie Supreme Court has ruled that State years in the penitentiary. At known. This paper jvill support States have the right to tax for by the Liberty bonds owned purposes, the first trial he was given a life at the November flection the banks. ' sentence. The testimony in the man who is. nominated in the last trial was altogether different hprimary. We take.it that no The best brans of coffee, and. best sugar at Conover's store. from the first, and there iB a di- candidate will go before the peo- quality of, else kept in the grocery versity of opinion in regard to ple in either the primary or the Everything line. the verdict. Many believed that general election who is not mor-all- y Mr. Sam Burdette will visitBurkes-villehe would be acquitted. It is a and intellectually qualified. Albany-anWillow Grove, Tenn, question as to whether or not After the nomination has been trarv few. rlavs. to hnv mulRs- - See . inn .w.j . .u u Bu'ssell broke up Stanip's home. true- - Democrat 'his Mils and wait for his coming. S made every ' .... should support the choice of the The Burke Spring distillery in ;majorityu)f .the party. It will Hot Coffee and lunch at- - Conover's Marion county, must have a be. the only. fbaito. success. ,.,, store, just above the al be-came -- Men's & Women's Light Rubbers fe"S Jv , mm km ? jir&.- vk' )i jfC'-ii- 'i rtT l&ZAi u$ J '.cfL ubber Footwear 1 crm Air,WT- - J? i 1 s ms OR Double the Wear in Every Pair! The longest wearing Rubber Footwear on the market that sums up our experience with Goodrich. This splendid, always dependable line, the result of half a century of experience, is offered in a style for every footxin'the family. Heavy and Light Rubbers, Gaiters, Arctics and Boots.- Comfortable and good-lookincr 6-- m but, buy them for the .WEAR that's vx them. m -- Dohoney & Dohoney m Columbia, Ky. '8 r if m m m m m m ' . , 7y . i eft i, t . ?,J3t . , ,vs f. n irf. id d 1 J9 - . new-bank- . - -- THE ADAIR COUNTYINEWS COMMISSIONER SALE r ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY, Melyin Smith etc , Fltff, ) J Tatt etc, Deft vlrture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ceo dered at the November Term, thereof, v 1922, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Columbia, Kentucky, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 1st day of January, Hie f Orerctats. Sheep WMJIined ceats and Cerforey Hits. Prices right H. A'CMijkte VyR9 Taylor. N. M. By vs COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAXR "' S ' .SEDAN'- III "" CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Madame Have You Decided. On Your Fall Costume Come and see us. O. H. Shively, Pltff vs r I We can help you make- New Price hW j II J I l HI II l II II HI tires all aroundthe Ford Sedan, at the new low price of $595, F.O. B. Detroit, is the greatest motor car value ever produced an enclosed car of comfort, convenience and beauty. Buy now. Terms. non-sk- id F. O. B. Detroit Equipped with electric start- ing and lighting system, de- mountable rims, extra rim and f B f ,111 ' J Deft. By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render1923, at One o'clock, p.m., or thereed at the November Term, thereof, about (being County Court), upon a 1922, in the above cause, sum .of Two credit of Sty Mouths the following dehundred dollars with interest at the scribed, property, A certain rate of 6 per cent., per annum from tract of land lying in Adair County, the 2nd day o'f October, 1920, until Kentucky on the waters of Bock Lick paid, and $62.40 costs herein, I shall Creek of HarrodsFork 'Creek and conproceed to offer for sale at the Courttaining 156 acres more or less, and adhouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the joining the lands. of Josiah Campbell. highest bidder, at Public Auction, on George Stone and others, but there is Monday, the 1st day of January, 1923, reserved out of the boundary a small at One o'clock, p. m., or thereabout boundary known as the Bird School (being County Court), upon a credit House Lot and supposed to contain of six months, the following described about i acre. For more complete property, to wit: A certain tract of 1b description to-wi- B, L Goode and Ola Goode. up your mind Right now prices are lower than they have been in many months. Competition among merchants is keener day than it has been b years. It is to- up to us to give you what you it. t: We are working night and day to do want With that in mind we have retained the services of a resident buyer in the country's biggest market, New York, He is seuding us the newest and best of the season's modes. Our frocks, suits, blouses, capes and other articles are coming in every day. Exclusheness and newness are words. says: our watch made to the reference pleadings, judgment, and order of sale In the above styled action. For the purchase price.the purchaser, with ap proved surety or securities, must exe cute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. A C. C lilt KtwjnAQ" ""'"Rv B HL BlV III penetrate is.nee essary in the 'treatment of rheumatism Ballard's snow Liniment goes right through the flesh to the bone A remedy that will and relieves promptly. Triiee sizes, 30c, 60c and 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Adv Paull Drug Co. Wanted. Ash Billets 3x3x39, 15c each. R. L. Wenhington, Grader. The I Buchanan-Lyo- n Columbia, Co COMMISSIONER'S 50tf SALE. Kentucky. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. ) Malinda Moore, Pltff. . - land lying in Adair county Ky , and bounded and described as follows: Begfnningat a White Walnut and three buckeyes, R E Goode's corner on the north side of Green river near the mouthsof hole hollow, thence up the center of the right hand hoUow, with its meanders but reduced to a straight line N 5J E 26 poles to a white oak on the east side of the hollow, thence N lif W 18 poles to a buckeye on the same side of the hollow, thence N 26 W 28 poles to a white walnut.thence NSi W 58 poles to two small chestnuts on top of a ridge, thence N 28 W 14 poles to the west bank of the road, thence with the road N 1 E 12 poles to the east bank of same near a large chestnut, thence crossing the road N 16r,W 80 poles to a hickory and a large chest nut, corner to the land of Thornton Jones, deed., and containing 28 acres For the purchase price, the purchaser, ' with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. -the-fishi- ng When we show you goods we can always "Not only good style, but a good value as well." Come and see us. Let us show you what we have. We know you want something We know we have it. te. $&" H. Taylor, Columbia, Ky- - ) i for a Louisville concern, was herj last Thursday. Mr and Mrs T. A Judd, and little ar d daughter, Julia, of Manghum, La., ar- Mr. G. R. Davl, Marrowbone, Mr. W. S. Hunne, Burkesviile, were rived last Wednesday, to spend a few days with borne people His sister, here a few days since. I. Miss Alta Barbee recently returned.' MIssLillie Judd,who.teachesat Jameacame down t0 be wItn Nevfrom a visit, to her brother in Louis j60 ' Mr. S O Smith and wife. Burkes- , ille. tnis l,lace a few Ja s Mr Leslie Graves, Campbellsvilie. vi,le 'were A handsome line of Box Stationery at of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render . Russell & Co. ed at the November Term, thereof, 1922, in the above cause, I shall prox Wanted. ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Kentucky to gloved, the finNot only the proper glove; ishing touch of a well dressed but the best glove that money the highest bidder, at Public Auction, Ash Billets 3x3x39, 15c each. man. And the Stetson name on can buy and the best part on Monday the 1st day of January, R. L. Wethington, Grader the clasp is the besf assurance. of it all is that Stetson gloves 50 tf 1923, at One o'clock p. m., or thereStetson gloves of domestic and are not high priced. imported fabrics, kids and leath--1 There are Stetson gloves for about (being County Court,) upon a Distress after eating is due to bad ers offer the proper glove for evwomen and children as well credit of Six months the following de- digestion. Herbine helps the digesery purpose and every occasion. as for men. t: A certain tive process, clears the system of imscribed property, traveling salesman, was over to seej.a,0 Mr Tim M. Russell, Louisville was tract of land lying in Adair County purities and restores a feeling of vigor his friends a few days ago of Big Creek, and buoyancy JArs. J A Diddle, of- - Adairville recently calling upon our merchants, .Kentucky on the "waters of spirits. Price, 60c. B Thomas, Louisv.lle, was and containing about 60 acres, and is Sold by Mr A . Adv who visited her brother, Mr. E 17. Paull Drug Co. bounded on the North by the lands our 8treets gently. Hughes, Mrs. Ann Lizzie-Walk- er and lieen UPH Columbia, Kentucky. Shoes. other relatives last week, returned to Mr R H Humphreys, Bardstown, of Nathan Moore, on the East by the was at the Jeffries .Hotel last Thhrs- lands of Eoy Grider, on the South Ijy her home last week-- . .M.T the lands of Frank Firkin and on the Closing out ray entire stock at hair Mrs Gordon Montgomery, who aay. OS. West by the lands of Billy Sexton. price and less. Mr Beckham Murrell, who i emspent several days with .j& daughter her For the purchase price, the purchaser, L. M. Smith, in Greensburg, rBtMirmaJT hoiriA lnT, ' ployed in GMcago Illinois, is visiting as,. with approved surety or securities, Carle Valley, Ky. . 'WarlnocriQ ir offcrnnnn his home people must execute Bond, bearing legal inDr. and Mre H. W Depp spent last. Mr Mon Page, Mrs Madeline terest from the day of sale until paid, Beard and Miss Emma Page, of Cane Friday afternoon in Campbellsvilie. My Holliday goods are arriving and having the force and effect of a "Val ey, were week end guests of Mr Mr. Henry Dohoue, salesman for Judgment. Bidders wljl he prepared daily. See my stock before you boy. and Mjs T A. Furkic T. A. Furkiu. who was sick several to comply promptly with these terms The prices are right. Mrs W. L Taylor and her son, days of last week, is back on the job W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner, H. Taylor. Walter, of Waco, Texas, have arrived Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, tlia owner of A. O C. at the home of Mrs Ta!or's father, this office left last Friday, with ner Luuch at all hours served at Conov-er-- 's To relieve rheumatism sprains, ame Mr Matthew Taylor. little daughter, Margaret to visit grocery store. back, lumbago or pleurisy. Ballard's Mr. W. C. Yates arrived from Pet Louisville and E izabethtown Campbellsvilie;. K$ Wanted ersburg, Boone county last Monday Mr Frank Collins and his sister, Snow Liniment is a remeey of proven! week, and on Friday he pft on hs re- Miss Annie, have arrived from merit. It is very powerful and pene turn, accompanied by iiis brother, Mo , to spend the winter tratlng. Three sizes, 30c 60c and' . Ash Billets 3x3x39, 15c each. Mr. Thomas Haveseon c3ft Mrs. Lucien Brockman is stil Ernest, who has been in poor heatth Miss Frances Stiange, who spent $1.20 per bottle Sold by Paull Drug R. L. Wethington, Grader. and Mrs. J. D. Hay as, was maas-ri- ed on the sick list. 50-- tf for several months lAdv. i he week end with viisMilidrel Tay- Co. on November 14. 192? Miss Pearl Blair; who has been Mr W T Lloyd, Cincinnati, was at lor, Lebanon, returned Mumphfora ofT Hot Coffee at any hour at Conover's in Louisville for the past two Miss Opheija Fcr reasonable prices ou all kinds of J the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago store. months, has undergone an exam- Louisville, where thvv vwi&sBaSei ' repair work on your car, go tc, Mr. Alva Norris, Ciucmn.iti, was in Good Service. ination fori deafness by two ear their future home. JSta. Ford Service Statioi;, Christmas presents for the children specialists, and they pronounced V Columbia a few days ago. is z quite a womanly ds? Jl M. Callison Prop.. -- V Russell & Co. Mr S A. Nbe Lebanon, made Co at , ' her case incurable and said it of refinement, and ci- many want to save money on your If jou (.Cane Valley, Ky. r lumbia a business visit recently . was caused by infantile paralyFisk and new Giant cord tirejp and -- 4t Adair Co., w friends of airr sis. Her parents and friends are , Mr. Hobt Mi!Jer, Louisville, was. ubes go to J0HNWH1TE&CO, -- registered at the Qgg' very sorry that she could not be and his bride niaDylcrtij ' Hotel a fe Ford Service Station. LOUISVILLE, KY. Stapp&Dowell delivered to Grin-stea- d years together l3Ubtiilllnl837 cured or benefitted." days ao J, M. Callisbn, Prop., & Company, ' this place'' last I'Minntassertmefit ai Mr. G. L. Blair, who has been , Ky. Oane Valle Mr. and Mrs. W H. Blair -Mr F C, Button, Frank forr., was'at. ibt mt'jFm Thursday morning five hundred tUr- - Full suffering with an optical nerve, 6 4t Vf yi Columbia a few da& since keys on foot. tertained the following: frauds Raw Furs XOr jt is some, better.. ; i ' Saturday, Dec. 3rdr Mr. -- abel 'The work at" the Lludsey Wilson is Mr. E W. Clemens, Lexingtou was Mrs. M. J. Hayes was on the Mrs. Hayes Irregularity in the bowel movements ' progressing very well, notwith&tand-th- e and two- - sons; $f: y here a few days since. sick list a few days last week, makes , you, feel uncomfortable and . j' Craycraff. rain has interfered tojocaeex- Campbellsvilie; Mr. and Mra-- SL but is better at this time. MirJo Hurfrand MUs Mary Smith. leads to a cqnstipatebVhabit which is teutv Campbeilsville,'dlued-afthe Jeffries bad. Herbine is the remedy )Ou,need. Mr. U. M. Grider's sale was I. Blair, son and four daiigfiiers,. r of all kinds at - Price, Most of the people in this cojik put off until Saturday, Dec. 16.. MrsvG. L. Blair and sonlgig? " Tapistry Goods Hotelsafew days ago- lb restotes'healthy regularity.1 ! Russell & Company 60c.- - Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. I munity have bad colds. , M. 3i Hayes and sonr on account of'rain. . "Mr Herschel JDunlmr,,.;whb' travels; HughyThomas Moore, eto, .Deft ) By virture of a Jutigment'nd Order A. C. C. PERSONAL SVm, GLOVES 1 Properly - ! to-wi- ! Russell & Co. . - -. 3-- 2b For Sale Large Round Oak Heating Stove, Burn Wood or CoaL , W. T. Hodgerv , Bo-gar- d, - home-Muud- ay tc Sf-res- ?" j yw - -- ,- , VWUa-pai- e mmimzm WcMhSii "WmM&SM KmHa S3?s& ei -- L - c r : - . V- - ADAlfc COUNT? NEWS fe i : 2Z T BLIND 1 I! MAN'S I 1 EYES i man of thirty his open overcoa't showed a cutaway underneath came past next, proffering the plain Seattle-Chicag-o ticket. An Englishman, with cheeks, fumbling, clumsy fingers and curious. Interested eyes, Immediately self-aSjiure- ' A trim, X d red-veine- d Just To Introduce Ourselves We are offering you the following bargafris in our Men's Department the Combined purchasing power of eight stores -- buying direct trom the mills to you saves you the middle man's profit. MEN'S AND BOYS' MARKET) SATURDAY AND MONDAY y followed. 3y William y t MacHaig Edwin Balmer si a 3 5 i I ILLUSTRATIONS BY j 4 R.H. Livingston at 1590090300000996900500 Cojrrrfeht by Uttlt, Blown sad Companj t "From' MrT Jarvls." X3f coarse; but where7" Ton mean yon want to know where was?" 3a 3onnery smiled quietly. If he him-58was trusted to be cautious and --sflrcumspect, the chauffeur also plain-S?- y was accustomed to be In the of one who required reticence. S5onaery looked from the note to the VFfeearer more keenly. There was familiar In the chauffeur's face 3nst enough to have mai Connery at first, that probably he had t?aeen the man meeting some passenger &. the station. "You are " Connery ventured lf em-sgSa- The remaining man, carrying his own grips, set them down In the gate and felt In his pocket for his transporO tation. This person had appeared suddenly 8 after the line of four had formed In o front of old Sammy at the gate; he had taken his place with them only after scrutiny of them. His ticket was a strip which originally had held 0 coupons for the Pacific voyage and Q some Indefinite journey In Asia beX fore; unlike the Englishman's and 0 his baggage did not bear the pasters of the Nippon Yusen Kalsha the ticket was close to the date when It would have expired, ft bore upon the line where the purchaser signed, the name "Philip D. Eaton" In plain, vigorous characters without shading or flourish. As a sudden eddy of the gale about the shed blew the ticket from old Sammy's cold fingers, 'the young man stooped to recover it. The wind blew off his cloth cap as hi did so, and as "Give Me a Three, If You Have One," He Requested of the Pullman "Mr. Dome would like to speak to you," Avery said. Connery stopped beside the section, where the man with the spectacles sat with his daughter. Dome looked up at him. "You are the train conductor?" he asked. "Yes. sir," Connery replied. Dome fumbled in his inner pocket and brought out a card-caswhich he opened, and produced a card. Connery, glancing at the card while the other still held It, saw that it was President Jarvls visiting card, with the president's name In engraved block letters; across its top was Written briefly In Jarvls' familiar hand. "This is the passenger"; and below, It was signed with the same scrawl of Initials which had been on the note Connery had received that morning "H. R. J." Connery's hand shook as, while trying to recover himself, he took the card and looked at it more closely, and he felt within him the sinking sensation which follows an escape from dnnger. He saw that his too ready and too assured assumption that Eaton was the man to whom Jarvls' note had referred, had almost led him Into the sort of mistake which is unpardonable in a "trusted" man; he had come within an ace, he realized, of speaking to Eaton and so betraying the presence on the train of a traveler whose journey his superiors were trying to keep secret. "You need, of course, hold the train no longer," Dome said to Connery. "Yes, sir; I received word from Mr. Jarvis about you, Mr. Dome. I shall follow his instructions fully." As he went forward again after the train was under way, Connery tried to recollect how it was that he had been led into such a mistake, and defending himself, he laid it all to old Sammy. But old Sammy was not often mistaken In his Identifications. If Eaton was not the person for whom the train was held, might he be someone else of importance? Now as he studied Eaton, he could not Imagine what had made him accept this passenger as a person of great position. It was only when he passed Eaton a third time, half an hour later, when the train had long left Seattle, that d the hazards and guesses about the passenger suddenly sprang Into fomi. Allowing for a change of clothes and a different way of brushing his hair, Eaton was exactly the man whom Warden had expected at his house and who had come there and waited while Warden, away in his car, was killed. Connery was walking back through the train, absent-minde-d In trying to decide whether he could be at all sure of this; and trying to decide what he should do if he felt sure, when Mr. Dome stopped him. "Conductor, do you happen to know," he questioned, "who the young man is who took Section Three in the e, Sport Model O'Coats Sjwrt Model Inverted plait back; - event in the store. remarkable two-daAbout fifty lots of shirts, neckwear, hosiery and other things for men marked low to clear. If a man can't come Saturday, his wife can come Monday and take advantage of these snecials. We quote some comparative prices, but make the statement that the values in this men's market are very patch quarter-lined belted; English pockets; Ve- y 'listening in" on what's going on in this tbWn, you'll heatf ome very favorable comments about the special fall and winter suits we're selling 're netian; heather mixture cloth; plaid backed; value 25 BOYS' a Kl5-Pants -i- O'COATS Chinchilla Overcoats for boys; 3 to 8 years; $6.00 values $095 JUVENILE SUITS TWEED SUITS Made up in sailor fashion; large collars, white braided emblem on sleeve. Panta detachable with large sailor Uned; for boys 3 to 8 years; some-ttffiJs- g sssually. private employ; yes, sir," the off quickly. Then Connery Fdjttewlilm; It was when Gabriel traveled on Connery's train that rike conductor had seen this chauf-89ethis ws Patrick Corboy, who l& driven Warden the night he was raaan cut tla War-tz&U- L r; KfifEbed. .But Connery, having won his $&ntt 'knew better than to show IL racked, catetetty. aili -- for a receipt from me?" he he had abandoned his ' h lt IjWBj n- -f. -- -- I A E&tsuttt, certainly was excellent; and Ss" ctsmstant and careful reading of s, classifying and memorlz- , he prepared himself to take sSSrzntage of any opportunity. Sammy fSKSr awaited .his great "strike." rife-papervaEp-fiaces-- umzst of the people arriving at the 'J"Sd Coast city, or wishing to depart tUSie chauffeur nodded. Connery Sheet of paper, wrote on It. ed it In an envelope and handed it tie chauffeur hastened back to car afld drove off. Connery whis-soltly to himself. Evidently hi er was to be ne of the great .eastern finance who had been ic X, , j by Warden's death. As Jbg ar disappeared, Connery gazed criff to the sound. j&o March morning was windy and al with a storm blowing In from the L&cHLc. Prom Eliot bay reverberated e tE&t-roof some of the f3ffrpe ehip signaling its intention to izasus asther to the left. The Incom-itia- s vessel loomed in sight and showed cfitfr graceful lines, the single funnel & the white and flag of riSas Japanese line, the Nippon Tusen Oonnery saw that it was, as IJaiimtlclpated, the Tamba Maru, due r2tKK:da.ys before, having been delayed l&T iad weather over the Pacific. It p?Bld dock. Connery estimated, just fcSsrifmer to permit a passenger to catch "Eastern 'Express If that were held tSUs June o'clock. So, as he hastened ris-ihcar line, Connery smiled at ? for taking the trouble to make UtUB earlier surmises. IHd Sammy Seaton, the gateman, psatatoi in his iron coop twirling a punch ysSiKrat his finger. Old Sammy's scheme ts ratfdden wealth everyone has a CJSsei by which at tiny moment wealth arrive was to recognize and ap- S3PtBfnd some wrongdoer, or some lost Jddnaped person for whom a great asBrafd would be given. His position artithe gate through which must pass a fB -- ar steam-whistl- -- red-barre- d rfe e him-fsJ- -- te exqr?" Connery questioned carelessly 2js be approached. ""Did Sammy shook his head. "What exoe Tve holding forr he whispered. -b for themr Jl couple of station-boyoverloaded e3t2i scurried In from street; someone shouted for a and baggagemen ran. A 5wop of people, who evidently had cne to tho station in covered cars, s!5rxwded out to the gate and lined up fa z"3&s old Sammy. The gateman ssai2iitened Importantly and scrutl--.se- a each person presenting a ticket. 'SJomery inspected with attention the tSSie at the gate and watched old as each passed him. TSie first in line was a girl a girl or three, Connery reOTft twenty-tw-o jJfisEed. "She had the easy, interested J$S: of a person of assured position. "WStfcan Connery first saw her, she sfczned to be accompanying the man -- vtSMtroow was behind her; but she Jjer own ticket for perusal at aGie gate, and as soon as she was aiitongh, she hurried on ahead alone. Connery was certain he did not X&MK her. xJ3e noticed that old Sam- ieia her at the gate aB long tas possible, as If hoping to recollect 3ftO"&he might be; but now that she vans gone, the gateman gave his atten- Tzsm more aoseiy to tne nrst man a 1 tfyiftl, strongly "built man, neither heavy oair .light, and with a powerful, if act. His eyes were hidden TJSvsmoked glasses such as one wears zdtgalnst a glare of snow. Ocmnery found his gaze following "ejfc&i man ; the conductor did not know 95m, nor had old Sammy recognized 2Slm; but both were trying to place ttdm- - He, unquestionably, was a man atebe imown, though not more so than dxaay who traveled In the transcontl-saweta- l l trains s, .hand-baggag- e, Sam-sotals- o --pa-fxtd- an "tAny one off on Number Five, Sam- - fered. "That'll do very well." Eaton answered in the same pleasant voice. As the porter now took his bags, let nothing interfere with, learning Eaton followed him out of the car. more of Eaton; Dome's request only-Connery went after them Into the next gave him added responsibility. Dome, however, was not depending car. He expected, rather, that Eaton would at once identify himself to him upon Connery alone for further Inforas the passenger to whom President mation. As soon as the conductor Jarvls' short note had referred. Ea- had gone, he turned back to his ton, however, paid no attention to him, daughter and Avery upon the seat opbut was busy taking off his, coat and posite. "Avery," he saldin a tone of direcsettling himself In his section as tion, "I wish you to get in conversapassed. The conductor, willing that Eaton tion with this Philip Eaton: It will should choose his own time for iden- probably be useful if you let Harriet tifying himself, passed slowly on, look- talk with him too. She would get iming over the passengers as he went pressions helpful to me which you ' He stood for a few moments in con- can't" The girl started with surprise but versation with the dining-ca- r conductor; then he retraced his way through recovered at once. "Yes, Father.'Lshe ' the train. He again passed Eaton, said. "What, sir?" Avery ventured to slowing so that the young man could speak to him If he wished, and even halting an Instant to exchange a word with the "Englishman; but Eaton allowed him to pass on "without speakDr. H. Blair, Commissioner of ing to him. Connery's step quickened as he entered the next car on his way Internal Revenue says that the back to the smoking compartment of marketing of tobacthe observation car. whee he expected to compare sheets wlthfhe Pnil- - co is not subject to broker's sale iqani conductor tickets. As hevehtSrtR tax, which is Connery ( beio.-ia'nTi'Sa'- was. Connery stepped besftle the old man. "Who Is It, Sammy?' he demanded. "Who?" Sammy repeated. His eyes were still fixed on the retreating figure. "Who? I don't Unow." The gateman mumbled, repeating to himself the names ,of the famous, the great, the notorious, In his effort to fit one to the mai who had just passed. No one else belated and bound for the Eastern Express was In sight. The president's order to the conductor and" to the dispatcher simply had directed that Number Five would run one hour late ; it must leave In five minutes; and Connery, guided by the impression the man last through the gate had made upon him and old Sammy both, had no doubt that the man for whom the train had been held was now on board. Connery went out to the train. The passengers who had been parading the platform had got aboard; the last five to arrive also hfid disappeared Into the Pullmans, and their luggage had been thrown Into the baggage car. Connery jumped aboard. The three who had passed the gate first the girl, the man with the glasses and the young man In the cutaway It had now become clear were one party. They had had reservations made, apparently, In ' the name of Dome; the girl's address to the spectacled man made plain that he was her father; her name, apparently, was Harriet; the young man In the cutaway coat was "Don" to her and "Avery" to her father. His relation, while intimate enough to permit him to address the girl as "Harry," was unfailingly respectful to Mr. Dome; and against them both Dome won his way; his daughter was to occupy the drawing room; he and Avery were to have sections in the open car. "You have Sections One and Three, sir," the Pullman conductor told him. And Dome directed the porter to put Avery's luggage in Section One, his own in Section Three. The Englishman was sent to Section Four in Car Three the next car forwardand departed at the heels of the porter. Connery watched more closely, as now it came the turn of the young man whose ticket bore the name of Eaton. Eaton had no reservation in the sleepers; he appeared, however, to have some preference as to where he slept. "Give me a Three, if you have one." he requested of the Pullman conductor. Bis voice, Connery noted, was well modulated, rather deep, distinctly pleasant At sound 'of it, Dome, who with his daughte's help was settling himself in his section, turned and looked that way and said something in a low tone to the girl. Harriet Dome also looked, and with her eyes on Eaton, Connery saw her reply rapidly and at some length. "I can give you Three Jn Car Three, opposite the gentleman I Just assigned," the Pullman conductor of- he bent and straightened before old Sammy, the old man suddenly gasped ; and while the traveler pulled on his cap, recovered his ticket and hurried down the platform t(4 the train, the gateman stood staring after him as though trying to recall who the man presenting himself ns Philip D. Eaton at TWENTY-FIV- E Many models to choose from. Some patterns are unique and novel. Very sprightly, sightly, satisfactory styles. DOLLARS $172 suit for $3 BOYS' SUITS With Two Pairs Lined Pants Sizes 8 to 16 $4 - MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SILK STRIPED, Genuine Madras Shirts; neckband style, French cuffs; colors guaranteed not to fade. They are really worth $3.00, now Men's Initial Handkerchiefs An ideal gift for any man. Boys' Sweaters Boys' oterstj!e;at Extra Heavy Sweater, either in button or pullQQ $1.95 TONS FREE Genuine Leather Belt; snappy initial buckle, nickel finish; ideal CO DUC gift Sterling Silver Collar Buttons; IA 3 for 25c; each 1UC Men's $2.50 Fleeced Lined Union Suits; sizes 34 to 46; underpiiced QQ 3Q sea Box of green; bott or laundered collar to match; ako PAIR OF CUFF BUT- - d0 Af Mercerized Pongee Shirt; blue and Three them to appreciate quality; pair Boys' Ribbed Union Suits; long sleees, long legs; 6 to 12 years: a real bargain Uojs' flue ribbed corduroy; which will give real service; sizes 1 to lb. You have to sec tin-kin- Corduroy Pants 0C $1.19 p.UU TROUSERS Boys' Navy SleeveMade of good wearing less Sweaters Limit one to a customer. goods. Sizes 28 to 48. Bojs Sweaters; high Only this week school Aq r( All-wo- MEN'S 49c 25c 59c at -- . jJOC $1.69 19c colors Boys' $1.00 Flannelette Blouse Waists -- t?Zt)U Men's Black Jersey Coats Men's Heavy Trousers; sizes 32 to 42 50c Wool Sox . JLk. $1.95 Cassimere 39c Ballston Knit Part- - wool Sox; 2 pairs for 35c; per pair ... Blue Work Shirts; GLOVES Tiie glad hand of fashion! For dress or 'round town. We carry all kinds, from dress gloves to working mittens. Just your size waiting for you here at the following prices: Good quality Black Leather Auto Gauntlet Glove; QQ tpl.ifO tj (t" triple stitched Angora Knit Muffler; fringed 49c OQ 29c L VP tf! coaf Sport Coats; heather mixture; ideal golf or office $0(00 Men's $5.00 f Jlt5 . Tmft Men's Fine Knit Komfort Coats; heather color Men's made of One-piec- e $1.50 Pajamas; CI 1 Q AUTO Gloves i MUU -- t(trVap UUtLUlI mjii $ $ K METAL; NQ kAD; cSSf flannelette t)!.!? Gloves 1. A I JL I Gloves; lined unlined: AT n p. haf or dress kid; 1.50 would be cheap for them; &cfora.s.:f.?.u.a.1: Dark Brown Kid 1 49 00 (We Have Everything We Advertise Just As Advertised) BROOKS BROS. Incorporated FOUR STORES IN LOUISVILLE. 222-2- 26 half-shape- Main Store East Market, Louisville, Parcel Post Free. Ky. Mail orders of $3.00 or over, Don't send your Mail orders to Chicago. We can fill them as good and at as low a price. W. A. Coffey v ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W t I Office Second Floor, Court House, Fooled Don't BeHigh Quality Low Price and Don't Go Together, Stick to West Side .Adioining Court Room. COL.U3VEBIA. KY. car forward?" Connery gasped; but the question put to him the impossibility of his being sure of any recognition from the description. "He gave his name on his ticket as Philip D. Eaton, sir," Connery replied. "Is that all you know about him?" "Yes, sir." "If you find out anything about him, let me know," Dome bade. "Yes, sir." Connery determined to WANTED. Grey Foxes. - - - $2.50. W. S. Hodgen. f CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER Campbellsville, Ky If you are interested in the Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it will only mean disappointments and failwhich are expensive. ures on bake-day- , , betterment of country schoolB write to the United States Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C, and receive without cost, copies of bulletins, leaflets and OT Calumet is a High Grade Baking Powder, Moderate in HAM BY A circulars pertaining to rural I! - v How can money be raised to make our rural schools as good contents ii- a When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive ingredients used A H m J suchasflour, sugar, eggs and milk. The sale of Calumet is 2H times as much as that of any other brand. those enjoyed by the rich and poor children of the cities? This is the leading question which should be in the mind of every citizen during Education Week. aB BEST BT TEST ever, Avery sti uiiuu , fi irs. The British Embassy has offic ially denied the statement made by Glemenceau that Great Brilevied on loose leaf tain deliberately allowed the Grmn Fleet to be sunk. 3WB WORLMfS GREATEST BAKING POWDER Advertise In The News .w A-- rt -- iV J. gl$&i - ?- ADAIR D0NF.S..LAT0UR countyinews VESSEL DELAYED; MAY ASK DAMAGES BOAT WAS HELD UP BY DRY AGENTS WHILE MAKING BOOZE RAID Hun-dre- Wiodrow Wilson's Armistice Day unhappy. Address. ts That there are "die-nar- rj of the short skirt psfc- -f orm the same as there- asfeE: xss-ponen- Colun bja Barber Shop 5- - MORAN A &: LOWE ,,, v?', .' iS?i.s V. ' .' :' ti.S v. ', . T Sanitary Shop, whert, both Satisfaction and Gratification are Guaranteed. ; 5v. Tfr r. '-JBi Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Woodrow Wilson's Armistice Day address, delivered in Washington, Saturday, Nov. 11, it is of County To Be "Goat" If Suits Are especial importance because it is FHed Claims Will Aggregate his first public utterance of any of Thousands of Dollars Deputies Returned to Port When length since his health failed Liner Leaves Dock. him in his speaking tour for the ds Roofing, Fencino, Hardware, ooncraccors Supplies, Asdhalt, Shihgles. ' "'" I League of Nations over three years ago. The text of Mr. Wilson's adthe sailing of the steamship Assyria for Glasgow, Scotland. Deputy Sher- dress was as as follows: iffs Larry Itooney and C. A. Nicholai, who were carried to sea with the 'l am very much moved by Assyria after they had delayed the sailing of the liner in an attempt to this wonderful exhibition and apseize 4,000 cases of a shipment of proval, and I have been reflect11,503 cases of Scotch whisky on a 16 Cgst Market Street writ of replevin, returned to New York ing today that Armistice day has Telephone Main 2167 on the pilot boat New York, only to particular significance, for the i' nmn Sanchez Scuoi i face new complications. Unitto the Guatemalan LOUIS1ZILLE, KY. Attorneys for the Cunard Line, the United States because the Seced States, b.:s Leer, appointed headed by Allen E. Foster and attor United States has remained conretary Hughe; as a delegate to the neys for the New York State Prohiconference of 'Central American repuL-1:- - bition Enforcement unit, who had or- tented with the armistice and c Washington on to JU'vjji'ixat 4 to discus land disarma- dered the return of the whisky the manufacturing distillery in Glas- has not moved forward to peace. ment ,'VjI better .American relations. gow, were not so much interested in . "It is very serious reflection tlie movements of the Sheriffs who r had been carried to sea as they were that the United States, the great ALL RICH TUSKS TO 5n the amount of the indemnity bond K,WE TWO WIVES AT 50 covering Sheriff Percival Nagle, whose originative nation, should redeputies had Inconvenienced passen- main contented with negation. gers and freight shippers by holding is a negation, it iB a Wv. Kesnalisi Law Provides Orphan the Assyria at her dock for five hours Armistice Mult lie Aacjie'J by Those after the scheduled time for her sail- standstill of arms; it is a cessaing, Wtth .Sing iv Spouse. the Cunard Line that should this in- - tion of fighting and we are so jiimJ not It was the opinion of attorneys for bent on a cessation of fighting lirr.liu, Nov. i4. .Mi m.ige. x?w maimenaii'i'' ni petur and worT demnity bond of $105,000 be exhausted 1. tJie tirt .din. f citizens of Tnrke. in Court judgments New York County that we are even throwing our Ai.ii'iufd i. ilie deLiiuatinn or thn could be held for any further dam- arms away. '&& . 'fe . sasTTiSr . ifr . &, fiHfcTTi Mfift& & stT tfv fife.' init.it.iiii thii.uli more tlian ten ytnrs, ages resulting from the delay to the "It is a singular circumstance, f liini.ieiTiipted ;ih. and the p:eNf,.t Assyria. i L iuui:iiiumial duti"ntiiMt.,in-nitlii- ' "If any damage suits are brought," that to which Mr. Morgenthau iic K":n..lisj r.atiiui.tl iixerniueiU lus said Gus S'mon, Chief Enforcement aajou.i ts.l .a iniiniiu Mir marriage lav. Officer, "it would appear that New has, in part, adverted, but while York County is liable." .n tl.e ii:itiona.iihiembly. "Doesn't it appear that the Sheriff we prescribed the conditions of TuiKifeli Tiui.slatioiiF fruui a the German bjw wonld e the 'goat' in the event of the armistice, we did not concur "T "WILL WRrrEyoain.TegETd purely vegetable remedy, acting on jioits miiiourinj,' X Black- - Draught 6ver med- the liver,, stomach and bowels. It jjhe tlie follikwiuf; provisions cf The damages being sought by shippers or in the establishment of permapassengers'?" he was asked. proposed daws icine, as I have been iusing it is made&om selected herbs and "New York County is ,the 'goat'," he nent peace. iL Mt'h aild women who are uuuiar-niemoreiban 18 years," sys;a IeCer roots, zsdrcontains no calomel or That, of course, replied. when they reanh she age uf 3 other miKsral drugs. from ASr. S. F. Mintz,cdR.-E.iB.2- , was brought by a group in the will he forued to marry. Leiand, N. C. "I keep it in nny It has been found of great value, JAIL FOR AUTO SPEEDERS If sickiie. is j::.n as a retson United States Senate, who prehome all the time, for 53 is .mostly in indigestion, stomach trouble, for Jioinuum:i:iHe, .tliey must at the aij:e our family medicine. When we sick heaSache, constipation, and ut twentyfive undergo a medical exam Drive Against Law Violators Is Pro- ferred personal, partisan motive begin to feel feverish r sluggisii, lazy fiver, helping to relieve the inttiou by physicians appointed by the ducing Tiood Results In Los Anto the honor of their country and caused with irouble from the liver r symptoms by these geles, Calif. If the are pronounced ..ivernment. stomach, we take a .dose xi troubles, :and to put the digestive the peace of the world. 'curable they muy lemain single, oth . Los Angeles, Calif. Two hundred system into; proper working order. Thedford's the .marriage will only be posi orwise "They do not represent the persons found to be and 'eighty-on- e Get a package of trouble is soon over, i .mostly bay puiied until they are wi il. :5. ff a husband and ie guilty of traffic violations here dur- United States because the Unita doliarpackage at a time, and til liver raesfcme from your druggist mubt travel ing the last two weeks have served or or dealer, today. Be sure to get has saved me many a bilL" noi tmancialjj or otherwise in a posijail sentences of from one ed States is moving forward and is.-tion to taUe his wile w ith him, he ma. are serving the genuine Thedford's. Thedford's ' JK a "matrimo- to one hundred days, as a result of a they are et from local authorities slipping backward. "" campaign to curtail accidents inauguwf. nii! leave of fllisence." m . . .. J rated by Police Judge Joseph E. Cham- Where this slipping will end, hQfiJnrn'o lE..M 4. "Men whoHmve reached the aaef Magistrates. iiiujmuiuu jQjM IWt nfty und have but one wife, thousii bers and hacked by other following the God only will determine. The drive was started tlieir means would en.ihle them Ui publication in newspapers here of tlie Armistice and Peace. n:inj a second. vi tliey refuse t figures showing that in proportion to so. will be compelled to population Los Angeles leads the na"And I have also been reflect:i.id maintain ote r more orphan tion in the number of automobile fatalities. It soon spread to San Fran- ing upon the radical difference LUES REJECT TURK DEMAND cisco, where heavy sentences hai A Purely Vegetable Liver Msdicine 13 between armistice and peace. been imposed. Will Physicians, a motion picture actre-- . Armistice, as I have said, is a Ottomans and a hijrli school teacher are anion Stand Upcn Re:,, cat for those receiving enforced vacation mere negation It is the refrainMosul iCil r .elds. from tlieir regular work. Upon the ing from force. But peace is a I.s. usuitne, solemn pledge that she will adhere exNov. 23. Turkey's de-1. nd for a plebiscite in western clusively to horseback riding for the very positive and constructive BBBHsMsHBsBBlBSsSBlHBSBsaBnBBBa itrtice was unanimously rejected by next ninety days and not put her foot thing as the world stands nowtl.f allien. On ;li.ii other boundaries on the accelerator of her machine, Every Thursday i because it must be ji.r.ipe tlie i .irA.- - show no signs of Judith Sterling, screen actress and s adays, 52 Tunes a Year equestrienne, was released on l .iin serliou trouble, but if is their brought about by the systematic from the city jail. oil fields which i. .in :d lor the Mi-g Ever. the iwnierence. maintenance of common i. THE YOUTH'S Eight Ships Scrapped thins here indicate that upon thi and by cultivation not p.itm the 2';n!'s ir view of the.. Washington. In explanation of the prepared to victuries, i.u:st tiro statement regarding the scrapping of by amiable phrases, buc the acm nd more determinedly than upon warships made in the House of Com- tive cooperation for justice is a m of their fierritorhd clain"For Boys, for Girls, for mons by a representative of the Parents, for the Young British Admiralty, the .Britsih Em- greater thing than any kind of nJL'W AUTO SALES MARK SET bassy made public a list of eight cap- expediency. America has alin Heart of all Ages. ital ships already sold or removed b This Year Wil Exceed ProducUon Packed full of entertaining and informing read. firms for "breaking up." ways stood for justice and al53!S5'Js..f 2,400,000 Maihmes, Sss Motor ins. Hundreds of Snort Stories; Serial Stories. Eight other vessels were said to he ways will stand for it." Puny Then the Boys' Pages, tie Girls' Pases, the Family Trade Expert. in the first stages of scrapping, as dePases. The Current Erents, Editorials, Humorous Xteig3&ZzGl W5Cg5 f Miscellany. Altogether the best investment 1H I fined hi the Washington navsil treaty. persons who are standing in the itetrou. Mich.. Xo J2. After a The Embassy statement declared that "Good Reading." way presently find that their swing aruand the lactones in New "none e! these vessels was obsolete, Costs LESS THAN Five Cents a Week r nrk. Ohvo. indkina. am1. Illinois in the sense of the Washington weakness is no match ior the in.n; 'Miebfeuu. AJfrcd Jttves, genj-iCheck your choice and send this coupon with your remittance to the PUBLISHERS OF treaty strength of a moving Providence THIS PAPER, or to THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS aei of tlie iXatioiial Automobile r ("linirrfier of Onnnier-said Unit Bandits Kill Americans "If you wjll pardon an invalid pnoductius tills .vtar would exceed 1. The Youth's Companion 52 Issues for 1923 ALL FOR vehicle, of vhich iO jier Mexico .City. Two Americans were for putting on his hat I will 2. All the Remaining Weekly Issues of 1922 $2-5- 0 em nW he .fj'Ufk'- szid at least 27. ktlled from ambush by fcandits wlao at3. The Companion Home Calendar for 1923 through it. .UT "nr vill ibe closed cars. tacked a party of employees" of the promise riot to talk 1 BOTH FOR 1. The Youth's Companion CtSSSSR?1) $2.50 Agujl Oil Company on the road be"I think then we may renew 2. McCalTs Magazine, 12 Fashion Numbers 1.00 3- ,00 EATTLE BACES 121 DUBLIN tween Ixchathm and Puerto, Mexico, in the future according to newspaper advices Re- today our faith fighting that fal though we are ceived here. In the .in Fierce UpCeiUw of Irich celebrating the lowed the ambush another American rear as Free Staters and is said to have been wounded, but past. The future is in our hands Irregulars Clash. made Ms escape. One Mexican was and if we are not equal to it, the EAGLE"MIKAD0 encilNo.174 Jvilled. Dublin, Nov. :!$. The whole center shame will be ours and none of Dublin was in a tlierce uproar vt Radicalism Is Spreading midnight as fighting broke out Ixitween others I thank you from a very feyPri.. Bsgy fnl1TniffsLjvP Kree State forces' and Irrfgulur. Threi-;ieUaltimore, Md. Alvin M. Owsley, full heart, my friends, for this For Sale at your Dealer Stnte soldiers uere killed in thi national commander of the American Made in five grades of the shouting: The street. Legion, called for a united stand of demons tracion of kindness by ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE ED BAND first hour have been cleared of all civilians and the legion against the release of poEAGLE MIKADO State troops have been called oui litical prisoners and against tlie recog- you and bid you and the nation ' EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK n large numbers to take possession of nition of the Russian Government In Ti! New York. Damage suits against New York County, aggregating hundreds of thousands of dollars, loomed as a result of the five hdurs delay in DEHLER BROTHERS 1 CO., La-to:i- r, ! 1 Wli7t-J- i . s, a0ur Fairaly Ifedicine,, vl flr - ne-y.-i other platforms. Yet there is very little left Ivor them to hang onto for its. E&oarfc skirts there is little left fesr other function than that e 2&S& first obligation of coverasgi && body. The real long and short of JtSss. the "long's" are greatly in- S&e? lead, hence to be in fashroa jgs; on the "long" side. Another long and short sSsnls is Louisville stores are showiaj: the most elaborate and the simy ple in the new "longs" and. a "short" distance fear 30:0.1 to travel to get the best. A worthwile "short" nssbeSi to know just what is what is-read every week this pagsc ixfci your paper and go first tc s&stsj stores who are talking direct Icj you through it for business- You?ll find when you go Essfe: home that you are on the "icag" ' side in money saved. Window shopping is a "Sbsffi way to learn just what is- - gpias' on in the big stores as- v?j&a&i; the smaller ones. Show windows are the ssrcsssi fashion mirror and they the change of times more graphically than any other method-Od- say - ster-onl- ic - pk-rssr- e d and Interesting. Froors cannot breathe their mouths open. -- d wen-CVifive n " Black-Drang- kt and-the- Black-Draug- ht Black-DraKg- ht s Petograd is the oldest sas&s&l in Europe. Only ten out of every huiadSral flowers are scented. The enamel on teeth1 is Ibe hardest tissue in the hutnsxri body. Windsor Castle has been: a ivsf al residence for more than 89CJ i i J - ! ! edm-at- years. Of every thousand marriages celebrated in London, fit'tssx:i are between cousins. Toe Admiralty Buildings,, in Whitehall, London, are two cast urie old this year. Policeman in Sweden receive j small decorations for their knowledge of foreign languages The years between the ags&c&c Kti-r- s 1 i "ir-eupa-lo- le si tfor.-ym- under-standin- COMPAMON - twenty five and forty seeso; is pass more quickly than aos? other period of life. Believed to be five hundrefil years old, a salamander six feet-lon- g 'has been discovered, in 33x temple pond in Tokioj. , ship-breaki- IWSS&l-iX'iSS&'- &gSg&L tflS' The jury acting in an ItallacJ law case which Lasted threes months had to answer 12,00 questions and consult 73,000 3ot?v-umen- -- i ts. t mo-;o- . - - Capi-Ur- l Antioch, in the fourth centrxrj, i? beleived to have been the firsfc: city to make any attempt tc? light its. streets at nighty. As much as eisht- pounds odfr tortoise shell may be obtehsesU from one hawk's bill turtre? tm&s - - e r't-e- e rhe situation. BORAH an address to the Montfaucon post. Volcano of the marine turifes of trre tropica. The air is so it&t Zululand that objc fhi& size can- be distmpaisrjfe'jb distance of seven or t ighsr Miles? - '? c? s. J. P. Hobson HENRY W. C. N. HobsoH ASSAILS CLEMENCEAU f Eruption 1 by starlight. Long And Short Of it. To play a DEPP 1 JDENTIST Uobson & at Hobson Law Gas Given For Painless Attorneys Extfaetton Teeth. - o? - Fran lefort, ICy.' COLtU MBIK, KENTUCKY. I fPa, Practiced Court Of Appeals London. The, volcano of Stamboli, Distinguished French Visitor's Speech on tlie island of that name, off the at New York Stirs Some BY BURKE. coast of Sicily, is in violent eruption, U. S. Senators. says a. dispatch. The volcano began ago. 23. The speech its violent activities several days Washington, Nov. That whatever Fashion says Heavy explosions and earth shocks ocif M. Clemenceau in New York Tues curred, breaking all the windows on so women believe. But why day night was received with indignanot tion by several senators. Senator the islandthe whole surface of which "ashes, while lava lor therein lies her one great with Borah (Idaho), leader of the1 "irrecon-- " ,cllable" opposition to the yersalHes vfromthe. crater flowed into the happiness forwhatever ebe- - she trentY. issued a statement bluntly asHThe sky" all around the vicinity of the 'has-no- t "sailing ,the- - distinguished French vis.sland ls,clouded with smoke jEromrth may haveif-sh- e cood eruption. Itor. aho( fashionable clothes she. is rtH --- was-littered r. part in the film'Troi Ar?-r-mir- alty a famous play, the British has lent a dreadnangbfc:: complete with its complement $ officers and mens -- sa At Owensboro this week: aiMrafci 4 1,350,000 pounds of. tobacco" waes sold on the, loose leafloorsfcsxss average slightly above-16- , cesfe. rf - v:.. 1cr- x- -r r '9rt 5 !" ' ' , v4 t i. HrfnrV "Afr - fWtfW " w, sen. I Wes( Poim, Miss. ADAIR COUNTYNEWS; de-voti- r Editor News: 12, 3, M27 ft is needless for me to inform - This being Thanksgiving times I am reminded of many blessings common to us all. Generally we spend the appointed day by attending worship or by indulging in a sumptuous feast and in having pleasure in many other ways and fail to take stock of similar conditions prevail in Co- - our many, many blessings and in - Hombfa and Adair county. When like manner fall short of giving our real thanks to the Creator or 3Tou picture the beauty of flowers; the ripening of to give cheer and comfort to less Hoscious fruits, just before the unfortunate ones whose real dawn of Christmas times, it al- good we desire. Why any Amermost makes me feel that I have ican, any citizen of the U. S. A., jgained nothing by seeking a should fail to appreciate our great a land of wonderful l warmer clime in leaving Adair country smd stakine my claims here. I resources, can not be explained iam truly glad to know that a if there be such an one. Likeclimatic change a softening of wise, in our government is the tfae region of winter and a cor- best in the world. From whence responding lengthening of warm-ta- r came these blessings and who is so ungrateful and unmindful as days and fruitf ulness is t to my old homeland. not to really appreciate them? I3ay the Cherries continue to" rip- No other people are similarly en, through t&e entire winter, to- blessed. The freest government f, in the world, founded on the will matoes, Jiome- grown, be Hieflower!s aweet odor3 be of the people, it came into existcrafted on. every breeze and the ence through sacrifices, of stag""smisic from the birds be with Co- - gering costs of life an(l treasure . umbis and Adair county the en- - and has been maintained through itice year, be realized as now in- - every crisis. It came from' the dicafed, is my sincere wish. World War with unstained rep. Scich conditions would bring to utation after performing its duty imind an approximate idea and regardless of cost. It , holds the appreciation of the blessings of purestrings of the world and raal Dixie. Preparations for a has an over "abundance of every iLargsr acreage for all the prod-act- s thing needed. From the after produced in this country are effects of war, business suffered i&eing made. Especially is this and values declined but the seaitrLe as to cotton. The North-ear- son of discontent and discomfort Snan does not readily take was short. Again our cpuntry &o1d of cotton, but when the is prospered and the great body iprice reaches 20 td 25 cents for of people content and moving on cniddling.he yields and this being as before the dreadful conflict. irae, I find nearly all who have In addition to these conditions, located here, in thelast few peace within and peace without, ;years, are preparing for a big with bountiful crops, a patriotic tnrop. The. best prices, save war citizenship, good schoots and fine time conditions, are now paid churches we should thank the .and the evidence that cotton will great Creator from the depth of ibring around the same'price an- our heart. Again our neighbors other year is shown in the fact and our friends, those who sur ttbatthis country will not have round us and those in other loanj surplus to carry over and calities are blessings, whose real world supply is not above actual worth can not be estimated. Our jneeds. Every body is feeling personal blessings of health and igood over present conditions and the entire family circle are imtfoture prospect. We need more measurable.7 Fam indeed thankactual farmers and when the ful. I have reason to be even arge plantations are cut into more than I am. If we would all small farms and intelligently op- count out, blessings one by one erated we will have the prover- how impossible for us to express bial land that flows with milk a proper appreciation of them. With best will and good wishes ;and honev. The producers of cotton are organizing a pool for for my many old friends, now ttfre next crop. This organiz- enjoying the sweet fragrance of autumnal flowers ancj luscious ation is along the line of the I have signedrnot fruits' that still linger or reap33 a real cotton man, but to show pear in 'my old homeland of ., any faith in what I haver long Adair, I close. C. S. iHarris. preached get together and stay together. When the producer Gradyville. (becomes the master of his prod-talie may expect1 an improvement in his condition. The We have had a few days of ederly marketing of any product real summer weather. i fcheafety valve against, viArlie Sparks spent several olent fluctuations while the law days of last week in Metcalfe of supply and demand fixes sale county. prices. I am glad that Adair 6. R. Reed, of Columbia, was in our midst laat Thursday. county farmers have finally at-t;eoti- on - arour readers that wje are- still gingering in the balmy breezes af late summer and autumn that the flowers are stil sifeloomand garden vegetables f are in evidence, for nature seems &o be lavishing all these desirable onditionsin your part of the gouatry as well. While we are some nearer the belt of eternal summer and farther away from tthe everlasting ice of the North ole, than your state, land while ' JE have at various times called to the mildness of our citmate and the common conditions manifested in vegetation, ifchat point to ends desirable, yet 3! am, each time, reminded that com-(limed: - destruction to others. I am my time to f asm improve ments and trust to be. justified later in better returns. Fencing is pretty costly, but I' m at it and by and by hope to protect my alfalfa meadows from outside interference, from mules and cattle that are turned loose to graze after the crops are gathered. We have a stock law, but I dis like to enforce it, I put in large cypress corner and gate posts and the holes are dug four feet deep and still it is black dirt furng ther down. au-Ttu- na-fxtres- gif - abun-darft- in this section of country this week, at 34c per lb. Mr. Roberc Wilson and .son, commercial men, of Louisville, were calling on 'our merchants, Iastweek, fixing them or the holiday trade. Quite a number of hogB were slaughtered in this community last week. Dr. L. C. Nell, Republican County Chairman, spent several days in Louisville the last of this week. Quite a number of our farmers in the Western part of this county were on leaf tobacco markef, at Glasaow. They report a good market for the weed. A great many of i our farmers that pooled their tobaceo are now ready- - to deliver. The weather certainly has been favorable for them. Mr. J. W. Viers, the mail man from Keltner to Edmonton, was made a Mas-te- r Mason in Gradyville Lodge, No. 251 F. & A. M., last Saturday night. , Mr. Creed Wooten, who has been running a blacksmith shop in our town for several months, sold, his shop, one day last week, to Mr. J. W. Sparks, who will continue the business at the same stand. Mr. Wooten as we get it, will leave in a few days to some point in the State of Illinois, where he has a very lucrative position. We understand there are several other young men from this community will accompany Mr. and Mrs. ..JVooten. Success to them. Mrs. L. J. Willis and her daughters enjoyed a very pleasant visit with Mr. J. F. Pendle ton and family and Dr. S. 3K Simmons and family, of Greensourg, last Saturday night and Sunday. ' wm W Insu&nce . pomj 3 DP7 esfc? -- - " "OSsNs - 7S27 V 8 & m the-loos-e There is nothing mysterious about your insurance policy. in It U mere- well-know- n ly a contract under which you agree to pay the insurance company a the event of certain premium in return for its pledge to make good loss. Like any other contract, the insurance policy should be read carefully. If there is any condition of your insurance Your insurance agent should be questioned concerning it just as he should be consulted upon every point that concerns your insurance M policy that is not clear to ' needs. you, consult your insurance agent at once. Fire insurance is a hazardous business, but you will find that a polConsider your local icy in a strong stock company offers the very broades protection coninsurance agency not onsistent with your own safety and the financial security of the company. ly as a source of insurance policies, but as 'a source of insurance serThe insurance policy irthe insurance company's pledge to you, its vice. policyholder. If it seems complex, it is only because it was designed 1 SEk guard against the scrupulous claims that would rob you in the long run by making to insure payment of all JUST claims and to un- - nec- - essary an increase in rates. Reed Brothers IKSXTRAJSTCE OF ALL KI2STDS Phone 49. Columbia, Kentucky. n of Petersburg, accompanied by Mrs. George H. Nell and son, and his brother Ernest, of Columbia, spent one day last week with their Uncle, Charlie Yates, who has been in a feeble condition for a few weeks. W. C. Yates, m m Your Dollars Meet Quality And We were all agreeable surprised when we learned that two of our neighbor boys had put in Service their appearance, in our town, last Saturday afternoon, to spend a few days hunting. These two young men in person are Will and Diddle, of Franklin,, Ky Arvest Hill, of Russellville, and we must say here, two bigger hearted beys never lived. Your reporter has known both of them all of, their lives, and neither, one was ever guilty of anything mean. If they were it never They was found out pn them certainly did make the feathery tribe suffer while here. In conclusion, I must say that we would like to hear from our old neighbor and kinsman, through the News once more, L. M. Wilmoret of BogaVd, Mo., who has in the past written some very interesting letters to many readers of the News. C. W. Bruce, the son of Stam- When Invested in One of Our Used But Not Abused Car Values J t Name the Make of Car and We Have It Name the Terms and You Own It Including Ford Sedans, Coupes, Touring, Roadsters and Commercial Body Half a"nd One-To- n Trucks. Ask any of Our Previous Customers About Their Purchase, Before You Invest the Unreasonable Price of a New Car. i Our Guarantee Protects You Of Your Purchase We wijl Keep a Complete Stock of pords at Myers & Fulks' Garage, at Columbia Ky., at Ali Times. Call and Look These Cars Over. 4 ct per Bruce, Judge of Henry coun-,shot and killed himself while He accidentally dishunting. charged the gun while climbing a fence. y, C Seyenfh Street Garage, ' 535541 So. 7th. St. incorporated. A joker in the new tariff law, Telephones: Main 1049. " City 840p. put in there by a member of .the M. C. Winfrey, Local Mgr. C. T. Stults, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. House Committee, who is financially interested in Glove manuthis great principle that Jamee H. Bum n3 C. Coom- - facturing, has raised the duty 75 8SnMHiM MM UM UM MM MM MUtHUii MM KM KMMMUMMMMMMMKM.MMMMMMM5 protection and not e received quite a lot of turkeys p- -r cent.1 means atlf ac-ceftt- Louisville, Kentucky. ed V r M"" r.i S. '