To one who has never had the good
fortune to bars an acquaintance with
Williamsburg one might edsfly obtain
*n erroneous Impression when one
Studies the map of Kentucky
Williamsburg is the county seat of
Whitley county down In the south
< Astern corner of the Blue (Irass State
'• -where the Cumberland Mountains
ramble around at will and help to sep
arate Kentucky from Virginia and
One can hardy help recalling the
wonderful tale of John Ftox, Jr., and
the wanderings and doings of the Lit
tle Shepherd of Kingdom Come, comes
.to mind without effort, and places him
in a receptive mood for the romance
that a visit of Williamsburg will dis
From a scenic standpoint he will
not be disappointed. Nestling down
amid the foothills of the Cumberland
range, with the Cumberland River
piercing a wondroualy beautiful valley
and adding to the beauty of the land
scape. the capital of Whitley county is
mighty appealing to the visitor.
But If he be looking for ptetureegee
people, and the more picturesque stills,
presided over by the "moonebtnses."
he must nseds look in vela For
there Is no suck thing la Whitley
county. There la wealth there, moth
•f It. There Is eaftare there, toe, bat
Is not spelled with s *’K.” These are
good streets, s tine basin ess section,
and a residence section that will com
pare more than favorably with a efty
that can boast a population many
times In excess of Williamsburg's
Perhaps It Is the Institution that >e
the pride of all Williamsburg that baa
so refining an Influence on the people
of that seetion. Nearly a century age
groups of Christians who believed in
the cause of education founded In that
city what has developed into Cumber
land College. In the start It was de
nominational. But that la past now,
and hundreds of students from many
states each yearjiather In this beauti
ful and sequestered city and gain an
education, regardless of the church
with which he may be affiliated.
They raise a sturdy and intelligent
class of men down In Southeast Ken
tucky. Alexander W. Bryant, a prod
uct of Whitley county, and a resident
of Williamsburg since his early youth.
Is a fair specimen. Another Is E. E.
Pritchard, whom Woodrow Wilson
named as postmaster for the little
city, and who Is as popular there as
though the county was not nearly ten
to one Republican.
Bryant Is yet well under 40, and he
looks even younger than the years
that he owns.
When Bryant was a lad of 12 he left
bis home In the mountains and set out
to gain his education. He did this,
And when he was only V8 years old
the Spanish American War came on
And be enlisted as a private, and
••read for eight yean, eight months
and fifteen days. He was in Manila
and participated In It battle#, escap
ing without a scratch
After his soldering days he returned
to the home of hla youth, married and
embarked on a business career. The
money he saved during his military
service started him la business In a
modest way, and he has been fortunate
la all of hie vent urea.
I am ;u*t m patriotic today as I
waa when I ires buying Uberty
Bonds." said Bryant to the Savings
Herald man. "but will admit that la
cnly one of the reasons I am now buy
ing my limit on the Treasury Savings
Certificates One reason I am buying
la that I cannot see anything like as
good and as safe an investmert any
* "If the government is to bring back
the country to the normal it must have
large sums V money to put every
branch of Industry to work to the ut
most, and to create a foreign demand
for American products, and to pave
the wa> for the ettiaens of this coun
try to participate in the reconstruction
work, not only here, but In Europe.
"The only way It can obtain this
money is through the savings of the
people The present conditions are
really deplorable. Many who never be
fore earned anything like the amount
they are now earning are spending
'.he money as rapidly as It comes In.
and are giving no thought for the
“They are not only treating them
selves unfairly, but they are retarding
the welfare of the entire country.
When Increased production of essen
tials are vital the thoughtless are
spending the money they earn for lux
uries and non-essentials
“■very cent of money that la spent
tor these useless articles leaves th»
-community, never to return. If the
wage earner would only start a sys
tematic saving, by buying War Ser
inga Stamps and Treasury Savings
Certificate#. he would sees have e naet
egg that would aetrva him well In after
years, and be weald at the seme time
aid his gov.imr-cnt in solving the
financial problems that new confront
us. and that. If property solved, will
keep this country at the kead of all
nations c* tkc wertd fiar many yearn to
ANOTHIN MSTHIN DOOM.
Hie diddle, diddle.
Here's one tee rtddta.
Prices soar like a beloen.
Don't fritter m
. m. a .
As it is As it Seems
The Road — In blew Overland 4 on
Three-Point Cantilever rings i
'VT’OU expect a bad road to ride as it looks. It d:d,
J. until the introduction of the Overland 4
Overland 4 does net change the road, but it dc J
change the manner in which yo : can ride on it. It
gives you comfort instead ol dis-comfort. It gives
you a smooth, sailing sensation instead of Lc.u.cu'.g
Th. Diagonal attachment of Three-Point Caofi
bver Springs at the ends of a leO-inch Springbase gives
long wheelbase road steadiness. Yet Overland j\
4 retains all the advantages—lightness, econ- * j
omy,andeaseof ha idling,of 100-inch wheelbase, f t \
T means an alfog flier new standard of riding
comfort, a noteworthy icductionin the wear and tear
which s-.-ssens the edict ncyofacur. The new springs
pve !<:■ l.te to ev ery part and thus minimize up
keep and replacement coots.
Tires wear longer because cushioned against
bammed ng i ows. Light weight means marked econ
omy in gas, c :1 and running expense.
Overland 4’s equipment is complete from Auto
Li le Starting and Lighting to Demountable Rims.
Come in and s:c this remarkable car. Ask for
booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster, $845;
Coupe, $i325; Sedan, $1375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo.
lOO inch Wheelbase
DIXIE MOTOR SALES COMPANY
Phone 136 106 W. Main St.
LADIRS I "—*-r
Ask T*ar l>r<tr<*l for
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS
Cold metallic boaea,
Ribbon. Tars bo oti
BnnM aak hr-—
DIAMOND DKAND PILU, for twentr-RaO
years regarded aa Beat. Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
ZE& everywhere 55SSK
DR. SAMUEL B. GEE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
SPECIAL ATTENTION SUER IS (LASS FITTIRR
Office: —First State Rank Building
M. H. KENNEDY
Office: Firat State Bauilding
READ THE PICAYUNE *1.50 a year.
FANCY AND STAPLE
DRY GOODS—the beet money can buy.
Our prices are right. Our stock of both is
comulete. We always send our customers
away well pleased with our goods. They
all come back and tell their friends, and they
come and get bargains. TRY US.
Farmers Supply Co.
Subscribe for and read The Picayune.
You Should Know!
By this time that this is the place to get your
WINTER SUITS AND UNDERWEAR
n fact, everything kept in a first class Fur
nishing Store. We make a Specialty of
LADIES READY TO WEAR SUITS
AND FINE WAISTS
PRICES NO OBJECT. WE BUY TO SELL
EAST ELM STREET. PRESCOTT, ARK
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