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The Adair County news: June 25, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919062501_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: June 25, 1919 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - IVbait County Good. Boy Ctfmtty 5Jeuts COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4 N" VOLUME XXII 25, 1019. NUMBER 35 Haag Shgws are Seen by a Pleas- - Cumberland ed Crowd. Despite the threatening weather many hundreds witnessed the Haag Show parade this morning and a tent full of pleased patrons testified their approval of what proved to be one of the best real circus performances witnessed here in several years. The program included many excellent acts, seven or eight of them among the best seen here; in fact, the best in the business, as the manager announced. The show Is conducted evidently by real business men, who do not permit gambling in any form and not an oath or intemperate remark was heard on the grounds. The parage was the finest for its size that has been seen hro. On the whole it is a good, clean, clever show, and those who saw the performance this afternoon will join in the hope that the Haag Shows will come again. There will be another performace tonight, doois opening at seven o'clock, performance at eight. Winston-Salem Daily Sentinel. Haag Shows will be at Columbia, Saturday, June 23. Makes PROF. HARRIS AGAIN TO TEACH SCHOOL. Oil in Green County. Death of an Aged Minister. Personeis An Illinois Oil Company has been operating in Green county for several James A. Dixon has won for himmonths, and Monday of last week it self quite a distinctive honor at the Popular Young Banker is Going struck a twenty-fivbarrel well, on a University of Kentucky. In addition ' Back to His First Love Sep . farm formerly owned by a man named to having written the pageant, "The Anderson, four miles below Greens tember 15. League of Nations," which was given burg. Mr. Guy Richardson is drillupon the University campus Tuesday, ing for another company in the same Prof. J. A. Harris will leave his May 2nd, in which Mr. Dixon not only territory. He was here last week and composed the pageant, but wrote all present job of counting change chargstated that there was not a doubt the songs and composed all the poetry. ing checks, crediting deposits and asbut the above named well had been He has also won the Gordon Bennett sisting in the the general operation brought In. He further stated that a Prize in English composition. This is of the Phoenix National Bank, on number of wells would be put down In one of much coveted honors of the Sept. 15 and will resume his place as a Green county in the very near future. University, and happy is he who cap- 'member of the faculty of the Maury While upon this subject we learn tures it We predict for James A. County High, School. He will be in 'from Mr. Frank Richardson, of CoDixon a brilliant future, filled with charge of the commercial course. lumbia, that several wells will be much success and crowned with honor. The city board of education on last drilled in Adair county before next night elected Prof. Harris to this Lexington Leader. winter. Representatives of different The mother of this young man, be- chair and he has accepted. He companies are expected here in a very taught In the High School fore her marriage to D'r. Dixon, awas and his return will be most welcome. short time. The first well to go down, Miss Ella Walker, of this place. At The Daily Herald, Columbia, Tenn. Mr. Richardson says, will be In the this time she is visiting her sisters, Sparksville neighborhood. The PresMrs. Bettie Butler, Mrs. Rena Paull Remember the picnicat Fair Grounds ident of the Southern Oik and Refin and Mrs. Friscilla Dohoney. July 4th. Let all soldiers be present, j ing Company, who was here several e for-forme- Rev. J. A. Goodman, of this place, Mr. Curt Bell was here Monday, after a long illness, died at the home from Red Lick. of ma son, Mr. J. T. Goodman, last Mrs. G. A. Kemp's condition has Sunday afternoon at about 5 o'clock. greatly improved. He had been a minister In the MethMr. odist Church for many years, and only lumbiaRoy Walker, of Nell, was in Colast Thursday. a short time ago he' was superauuated "W. P. Nunnally, Horse Cave, Mr. on account of age and infirmities. He was here last Tuesday. was known all over this part of KenMr. Shlpp, Central city, was tucky, and universally respected for here a W. H.days few since. his many noble traits of character, and Mr. Sam Lewis made a business trip his zealous work for the cause of his to Louisville last week. Master. Mr. H. K. Alexander was here last Besides being a minister, devoted to Thursday, taking orders. the cause of Christ, he was a zealous Mrs. Mason and lived up to the teachings visitingR. L. Bunnell, Horse Cave, is Mrs. John N. Murrell. of this honorable and ancient instituMr. Alvin Lewis accompanied his tion. father to Louisville last week. The funeral was preached Monday Judge "W. "W. Jones made a profesafternoon by Rev. S. G. Shelley, as- sional visit ts Jamestown last week. sisted by other ministers, and the inMrs. Zora Rowe and her son, Kin-nairterment was in the city cemetery, Cohave returned from Red Lick. d, lumbia Lodge, No. 96, F. and A. M.f being in charge of the last sad rites. The deceased was 74 years old his last birthday, and was a native of Monroe county. He leaves a wife and one son, Mr. T. J. Goodman, who have thesympathy of this community.- - Have Goff Bros, put on your Bring baskets to the Fair From the Governor.- Grounds July 4th. Rubber Tires. Work a little better, price a little cheaper than To the Editors of Kentucky: Death of a Good Citizen. elsewhere. well-fille- ,,' A nice line of Summer Dress Goods months ago, stated while in Columbia, at Goff Bros'. Store. that he regarded his holdings, near Sparksville, as very valuable, all the Uncalled for Shooting. .formations showing evidences of oil. Governor James D. Black, who is A number of parties have been acKilled at lampbellsville. Mr. William Biggs, who was one of Chairman and National Committee- tively engaged, taking leases for sevJames and Isham Kearnes, who live man for Kentucky of the Salvation about ten miles from Columbia, took Adair county's best citizens, aged 66 eral months in this county. A fatal accident occurred at Army Home Service Fund Campaign, the law in their hands last Saturday years, died at his late home, one-naresulting in the death of afternoon and shot and seriously authorizes us to send to each and all Milch cows and calves for sale. Mr. Leo Brady, who was the driver of mile to the right of Eelleyvllle, facwounded Marcus Richards, who lives L. M. Smith, Cane ValleyKy. , of you this message received from him the express wagon, to and from the ing the Campbellsville pike, last WedIn Russell county. The circumstances, depot. nesday night. He had been on the Wednesday morning: Mr. Sam Bunch, who was terribly as related to us, are about as follows. Coming up in town from the depot decline for several weeks. "Frankfort, Ky., June 18, 1919. Isham Kearnes runs a small store on afflicted and who was notable to make the horse became scared and started "lam greatly Interesteed in the the trip to Louisville and go upon the or near the Somerset road. Saturday His son, who was in the army, reachin a rapid gait. Mr. Brady, in his efRichards visited it to make some pured home one hour after his father had success of the Salvation Army Home operating table, but for whom pro- chases. He had a small check forts to stop the animal, was thrown which Service Fund Campaign Drive, June from the wagon and killed. Our in- crossed to the other side. visions were made by the good people had upon its back several names as formant states that the fall evidently The deceased was a member of the 23 to 30. Anything you can do to aid of Columbia, has returned from the endorses. Richards lives in Russell broke his neck. Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and it by way of pnblicty will be deeply city hospital and is on the high road county and afte'r he got his goods he The accident created a great deal left, and a short time after he took many appreciated by all of us. to recovery. Mrs. Jo Rosenfield per- his departure, of excitement on the streets, every- had lived a religious life for the Kearnes boys learnbody expressing sympathj for the years. He will not only be missed by "JAMES D. BLACK, National Com- haps took more interest in the unfor ed that the check was not good. They m1Maam;i r " family of the dead man. his immediate family, but by relatives tunate man and his wife and chil armed themselves and started on the The Salvation Army did a great dren than any other one person. and friends all over that part of the It hunt of Richards, meeting up with Come to Goff Bros'. Store for barValley and work in France, administering to our was the work of a good Samaritan, him near "Welfare church, two miles gains in shoes for men, women and count, embracing Cano soldiers, and every person who is able and showed a true Christian spirit. this side of Jamestown. We do not Coburg. children. know what was said at the meeting, He was buried" in the1 Edrington to contribute to the support of this The money to pay Air. Bunch's ex- but Richards wai shot and captured. Mr. G. A. Roy, who is in the oil cemetery, many friends being pres- noble and patriotic band of Christian penses was generously contributed by He was brought to Columbia by the business, headquarters at Lexington, workers should not hesitate. The many good citizens. Kearnes boys and lodged with jailer writes Mr. C. G. Jeffries, our hotel ent. drive will be on all this week. Tarter. man, that he will be in Columbia not A person who is well acquainted Big show will exhibit here next At this writing he is in a serious later than the first of July,and will Haag's Mighty show will pitch tents Saturday. Haag's Mighty aggrega- condition and the Kearnes boys are in arrange to commence operating for with the needs of Adair county writes jail at Jamestown, having been aroil. He has several thousand acres us and asks. "Why don't you make a here Saturday, the 28th. tion. rested by deputy sheriff George Cofcounty. He was here fight for better roads." What would leased in the fey, of Adair, who turned them over some weeks ago, and while here he To Be Married. Bv reference to another article in gave it as his opinion that oil could be the use? The county has shown the Russell The News this week, it will be seen loExamining authorities. trial at Jamestown Monbe found, in paying quantities, about by itsx votes upon two submission that The Adair County News received that Mr. John A. Harris, who has day. Held, Bond of 8750 each. Roy, nine miles from Columbia. The it is opposed to internal improvements. Fine Knott Company, headquarters Before the pike out the Stanford road the following announcement: been connected with a Bank at Coat Stanford, also writes that it will Card of ThanKs. lumbia, Tenn., recently tendered his Mr. Robert Lee Sorrell begin developing its holdings in Adair was built it required a half day to go will teach in1 the county soon. It begins to look like from Columbia to Yester and 'return. requests the honor of your presence resignation, and School in that city. He is a High Mrs. J. A. Goodman, her son, J. T at the marriage of his daughter aativity in this industiy is in the near Now the trip can be made in an auto most excellent gentleman, strictly re- Goodman and wife, desire to return future. Hallle In forty minutes. See the difference liable, and what he undertakes to do their heartfelt tnanus to the many to in time. who so kindly and tenderly waited upThe tent meeting continues and he does well, hence his services are on husband and Rev. Samuel Porter Stapp will probably be conducted throughfather during his long 30 Mules 30 At Auction. at all times in demand. on Thursday, June twenty-sixtout this week and over next Sunday. Illness. Friends in need are worth having and the kindness upon this ocThe weather has been extremely t Nineteen hundred and nineteen Tobe Beard, who went overseas and casion will never be forgotten by a warm for gatherings, but a fairly I will sell for the high . dollar at eight o'clock good audience attends the evening remained in France nine months, sorrowing companion and a loving son Leesville Baptist Church services. The ministers have deliv- in Edmonton, Ky., on Saturday, reached his home, Milltown, last Wed- and daughter-in-laRaleigh, North Carolina ered interesting discourses, productions June 28, thirty head of extra nesday. He said that in going over Men's $1.25 caps for only 69 cents. At Home tnat snoum convince, but ud to this good mules, all yearlings and after July first and coming back many of the boys Goff Bros'. Store. time but few professions have been bread upon the waters, but cast their made. two year olds, fresh from the Wellston, Ohio as to himself he did not get the least Garnett, a thirteen year old son of Prof. Finis Strange, who lives near Biuegrass pasture of Ky. Sale "Fighting Roosevelt" will be at the sick going nor coming. He was not in Mr. and Mrs. Noah Loy, this place, Breeding, this county, has signed a opens at 1 o'clock p. m. came very near being killed last SatParamount Theater July 4th. contract as principal of the Marrowthe fighting, but his command was urday night while riding a bicycle. S. M. Burdette, bone High School for the coming to the front when the armis- He was coming defwn the Russell Hill Quarterly meeting at Clear Springs school year. He has been a teacher Columbia, Ky. and when near where the tent meetnext Saturday and Sunday. This tice was signed. in Adair county for some years, and ing is in progress'he was thrown from enjoyes the reputation of being a Every body will be here next Satur- will be the third Quarterly- - meeting The Columbia District up to the his wheel and when picked up he was splendid instructor. There is not a day. All who want to see the parade for the Columbia charge. Stewards present has raised 871,000 Centenary. almost dead. However, he revived are urged to have full reports. doubt but he will give satisfaction at should sent home. he had be here by the noon hour. S. G. Shelley, P. E. It is expected the District will reach and was improved, andSunday writing, Marrowbone greatly at this $75,000 without credits, and counting Monday morning, he has about recovMr. W. V. Helm had the misfortune Watch for Sanders & Hendrickson's credit it will run to about 8100,000. ered. Miss Leah Richardson and Mr. Esco to get his left arm badly hurt and Piano "ad" next week. These genStapp, of Taylor county, were married slightly fractured last Tuesday morn- tlemen are selling fine instruments Up to this time the Southern Methoone day last week, Rev. J. S. ChandMr. E. L. Reese, of Jamestown, was ler pronouncing the ceremony. The ing while cranking a car. There was and they are selling reasonable. Their dist church has raised about $36,500,-00- 0 here last Monday with his brother, not counting credits. The M. E, groom was born and reared near a kick coming and one bone above big "ad" will appear next week and MrrL. L. Reese, who lives in Kansas Stapp's Spring, in Adair county. He the wrist was fractured and he re- every word of it should be read. church has raised 8106,000,000. City, Mo. The latter has been gone is a brother of Rev. S. P. Stapp. ceived a cut on the elbow. He will from his old home for a long time, Mr. Robert Wethington, who run a Shippers of hogs, in order to keep and his mission on this trip is to spend be Jill right in about a week. machine shop for himself, sold out to them from reducing in hot weather, l The Campbellsville his 58th birthday with his' parents, says that Miss Chelcie Barger was in 9 Cnrt KTJ'irrVif fnrr "RftncflBflH." at the Buchanan Lyon Co , and he is should place three blocks of 100 pounds now at work for that firm. He is a the party who took dinner at the Palm the Paramount July 4th. each of ice Jn a loaded car of hogs. A There is much complaint about young good machinist. Garden, in that city, last Sunday eve shipper says that be has shipped three boys prowling about the square and ning. Chelcie says that there is one In a private letter Mr C. S. Harris thing certain she has not anymale says land is booming in Mississippi, It is given out from the Depart- car loads since the hot .weather set In, alleys of the town at a late hour of nights. The curfew law is badly v ment that farmers of Kentucky will beaux. ice he has reduced needed. "Will the city council take and he f urther says that he has lost lose $600,000 in Smut damaged wheat. and by using the the shrinkage 50 per cent. It would steps? Auto pleasure riding from Special meeting at Methodist church some grass, but that If he had been Sunday morning, June 29, at 11 o'clock. on Burton's Ridge he would dark until daylight is also condemned. C. R. Hutchlon has sold a half In- pay to try it. not, have All the members are urged to be presPatte-son- . had it to lose. He takes everything terest In his bulsness to A. D. ent. Mr. "Walton Reed, who has been The stock will be increased. Allen Eubank got his right arm easy and says he made some money on E. V. Bennett, Pastor. sorely afflicted for some months, fell broken last Sunday afternoon, in front Community Chautauqua will pitch while going up the steps at his home, of the Jeffries Hotel, while cranking his first cutting of alfalfa. A big supply of Gent's furnishing its tent here July 22. Buy a season one day last week, and was considera- an automobile. He suffered greatly. The Chautauqua 'ads" start with ticket. bly bruised, and since the accident he Dr. S. P. Miller reduced the fracture. goods just opened at Nell & Cheahas been In a very critical condition this issue of The News. Read them At this time, Monday forenoon, th tham's. The prices are right. Also a Born, to the wife of Tom Parson and make up your mind to not miss a on the 16th inst., a daughter Mary patient is easy. number of bathing suits, well Made. Quarterly meeting at Hogard chapel single program. It opens July 22. Miller. Friday, the 27th. Dinner at the Failing to get a season a great dea Menifee Hunter, a worthy colored Who will be the Democratiacandi- - church. jof Dick Lasley . Circuit court will open here' Mon of ground in Adair county that was man, died at the home S. G. Shelley, P. E. date to represent Adair and Taylor ? I prepared for tobacco, was put in cons. day week, July 7. ,fcst Saturday night. d Camp-bellsvill- e, if h w. en-rou- te Mr. R. B. Wilson was here, taking: orders for his candy house Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Simpson, Breeding, were shopping here last Friday. Mr. J. C. Miller, wife and chllbren. Campbellsville, were here last Thursday. Miss Bessie Cabbell, of Dunnville, was shopping in Columbia last Saturday. Mr R. J. Lyon was here Thursday, looking after the business of Buchanan Lyon Co. Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, made his regular trip to Columbia last week. Mrs. W. S. Knight, Jamestown, accompanied her husband ou his triq to Logan county. Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Campdellsville, was here, calling upon our grocery men a few days ago. Misses Allene Montgomery and Eva Walker are visiting Mrs. Clay Smith, Van Lear, Ky. Mr. C S. Harris, West Point, Miss., favors us with another interesting letter this week. Mr. Frank Sandusky and wife, of Bradfordsville, visited relatives in Columbia last week. Prof. E A. Strange aHd wife, Brod-heaspent last week with Mr. and Mrs Finis Rosenbaum. Mr. Everett Miller, who was .in the service and went overseas, returned home last Monday afternoon. Master Wyatt Smith, of Dunnville, visited at the home of his grandmother, near Columbia, last week. Dr. F. H. Winfrey, who is in the service of the State, was called to Frankfort the first of the week. Henry Sandusky, who lost his left arm ten days ago, is doing nicely. He was up In town last Thursday. d, ' Mrs. Ella Dixon, of Scottsville, is visiting her sister, Mrs Rena Paul!, and other relatives In Columbia. Mr J. A. Hill, of Adairvllle, "was in Columbia last Thursday. His wife and baby are visiting relatives at Grady-vill- e. 'Mr. Darrell Strange and wife; Mr. Finis Baker and wife and Mr.Hyman Baker, all of Amandavllle, were here a few days ago. Mr Counti3tults and wife left last week, on a visit, to the home of Mrs. Stults' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tandy, Georgetown, Ind. Master James Garnett, of Louis- -, ville, is visiting his young friends E. in News-Journa- Columdia. He came in an auto from the city with Mr. Gordon Chtatham. Mr. Doc Walker has returned from Van Lear, Ky. He stopped in Louisville called to see his sister, Mrs. Bruce Montgomery. He found her doing very nicely. Miss Vic Hughes and Miss Mary Hughes left Monday morning on a visit to the family of Judge T. A. Murrell and from Louisville they will go to Chicago for a visit with Mr. Paul Hughes and wife. Mr. Byron Montgomery, who has been a very efficient officer of the Government, for several years, is at home, taking his vacation. As a revenue officer, he ranks with the first. Mr W. S. Knight and Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown reached Columbia last Wednesday night, enroute home. The former had been visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. M. Diddle, Logan cunty, and the latier had been on a trip to Nashville. Mr. G. P. Smythe, of Bradentown, Fla., arrived last Tuesday afternoon, and will spend a couple of weeks with. his relatives and friends. Mrs. Smytfta preceded him about a week. ' Mr. Smythe Is apparently In fine health, and his many Adair county - friends were glad to greet him. Mr. M. M. Traylor, wife and little daughter, Moselle, of Malone, Texas, arrived a few days ago,. to spend sever- vi i r U- -- -- - al weeks with Mr. Traylor's mother and brother and family, who reside here. Mr. Traylor is assistant cashier of a bank" in his town, and lias aaad good since he left Adair county, Jeeafc-in- g In Texas. CoaUsue ea page 3 ".. - h -$ v -- 25 -- tftf ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ! 0K1TES 'V 7 AViNanrvAn nlanoo fll ON with each other as often as one of them became exhausted from COUNTY. running at such speed before the horsemen. They, very soon, ESXjJOHN AVROE STEELE. c ame to thebody of a negro girl, whom thejndians had tomaK.No.J20. hawked and scalped and left for dead, but upon the sound of faCASEY, MRS JANE miliar voices, she sprang up and OJCXEKME CASEY, AND JUDGE af terwerds recovered from the ZEOBERT TODD. wounds. Mrs. Russell assisted Wken Betsey had arrived at the rescuers, in following the y&dB&a Station with an account trail, by quietly, and when unr.&t wkxt ad occurred at her observed, breaking the tiny ends of the limbs of the underbrush, ?ifirffosf? station, Col. Casey he there, and he went, and dropping as she coulrL unobserved, strips, torn by her iivii 'Uiaatuut iu jiugau a SJa&io "&S secure assistance. When from a handkerchief. The two Joseph Russell && arrived at Logan's Fort, small sons of &;&. iSenjamin Logan, who was greatly delighted the Indain warriors. They would scratch of William e.Ki:o-laSr., had just mounted a and bite the hands and faces of &HW$&&r some purpose or other, the Indians as they bore them along, some of the time upon ruifee sounded a horn, the note, which was then their shoulders. These actions ffawsK-ca- s a signal for instant of the boys, the warriors considffcKjfct, and in a few minutes ered to be indicative of great courage and undaunted fighting tv!rc or 'fifteen men were mounted and on their spirit, and caused them to set great store by the boys. Luck -- awrasr&e Montgomery's ily for the captured women and --itx&s-c in a gallop. wd&tsLS hzd carefully covered their and children, Logan, Casey and talki as they knew well how to their associates discovered the ta, &ud to discover and follow scout, who kept watch in the rear of the retreating Indians, et r3q? uired the keen and of a veteran frontiers-vzmzjc- at the same time, that the scout o observe and follow the discovered them, and enabled it was neces--tj33- the horsemen to make such a Co proceed upon foot, as it sudden and hurried attack, that snmEisLQt be observed from the the Indians did not have time to at a horse. Gen. Logan tomahawk all of the prisoners before the pursuers were upon 2n Tasey, who was of the khem. The twelve vear old atid then twenty-fou- r jears-- of age, followed the trail daughter of Russell, recognize.y.fcHi? sfcot, and with such speed, ing the voice of Logan, when related, the horsemen, the attack was made, cried out 3fruring them, were kept at a joyfully: "There is Uncle Ben;" when the Indian, in charge of her, instantly, sank his tomahawk into her head and caused her instant death. The Indians precipitately fled, abandoning the remainder of their prisoners and their wounded comrade. The avengers quickly dispatched the wounded Indian. Realizing. that his force was insufficient to risk a further pursuit of the Inof dians, Logan and his party, with 3&ner, Okla., writes: the surviving women, children '"rom4he time I onto womanhood and slaves, returned to Montdread - 'Hooked withto the gomery's Station, upon the eventomne month my jiext I suffered with ing of the same day. and bearing-dow- n Jane Montgomery, who per'paia, until life to me was s: alscry. ! would think ' formed so resolute a part in the 1 Ou!d not endure the saving of herself, her sister and p2ia any longer, and I . .jatdaally got worse. her small brother, James, from Motliiag seemed to .help death or capture at the hands of ctc onto, one day, - - . i E dedded.to the Indians, afterward became the wife of Col. William Casey, TAKE and, with him, came to Adair, in the year, 1789, and resided at Casey's and Butler's Station, and survived her husband for many years,and died in the state of Ibwar at the home of her son. Green Casey, but, in what year, Woman's Tonic is now forgotten. "n truiTr four bottles j William Montgomery, Jr., who Airs. Jones goes on to played so brave a part in the say, "and was not oaly relieved, but can vfceatiy tragedy, although yet a young 'fetff nfully say that I have man, laad, before coming to Kencot a pais. . tucky, served very gallantly as It has now been two tyetrs since I tookCardui, a soldier of the Revolution. Alaad I am still in good would ad- though a very gallant soldier I fcealih. enw snv wftmatl OrPlfl ul me a nay o i z n e reI to use Cardui who is a public, it seems, that upon one e skS erer from any female mmIIam A PAIR ranmiHXxmKH m m 't:'Vi. WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. WOODSON LEWIS. 1919 m m m m m m m WOODSON - LEWIS is . OSaEL-TSEILLIA- M m hap-b;a- ic w Mont-rdanB3- 7t m m J. I. CASE THRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat crop. A Good Price is Guaranteed. m m pe-Ckef- itr -- arm-idas&- fj. ill-fat- ed See Us In Time And Place Your Order Early For A New Case Order To Be Ready For The Threshing Season. Outfit In prac-atii:- ye L- u it's a Tractor Plow corn, pull all kinds of farm (i stras-At!Ccessfull- y, T you want, try a Case. sitk. -- machinery, They are and com-wgtfrJ- L save time and GUARANTEED labor. : We Will Make The Terms Td Suit You. m m life $Irs."F.-M.;jone- Was a s, Misery WOODSON GR.EENSBURG, WW LEWIS KENTUCKY. i m sv en-:$z:i- vZ -- 'Bu -- WW trouble." 'if you suffer para caused feom womanly .trouble, or Syoa feel the need of a tgood strengthening tsoic $o bvM up yourrun-dow- n system, take 1fae oC Mrs. Jones. TryCar-da- L ItbeJped'ber. We jjcMtveft wRthelp you. ' occasion, his officers felt compelled to discipline him for in- M Druggists i. toxication. The punishment, which he received, was being required to ride a very poor horse, without a saddle or any furnishings, with his face turned to the horse's tail, through the camp of General Washington's army. He was, af one time, a member of the legislature of Kentucky, having been elected as the representative from the county of Lincoln. He died in the year, 1795. He was the father of Judge Thomas Montgomery, who as a mere boy, was present when Montgomery's Station was attacked by the Indians, and assisted his father by holding the door shutter to their cabin, in such a way as to create the crevice over the door through which his father fired the death carrying missiles, which killed two of the Indians and mortally wounded another, as above related. Joseph Russell was the ancestor of the Russell family, who have, for so long, been residents of the town of Columbia, and all of whom have been persons of respectability, and have included, among their members, lawyers judges, physicians, soldiers and business men, who have well performed their respective parts. Judge William E. Russell, who died some years since at Lebanon, Kentucky, was a grandson, and was during his lifetime, a representative of Adair county in the legislature of the state, a captain in the ,war and in the Mexico, in latter years of his life, a judge upon the circuit court bench. Capt. Joseph.Russell, who serv 1 347-184- ed very gallantly, as a soldier in the 3rd Kentucky Infantry, in e the Civil War, as well as his XXxX JAAA rrr Russell and brothers, J. O James Russell and, also. Dr. C. M. Russell are descendants of the Joseph Russell, who figured in the Montgomery's Station tragedy. Mr. W. B. Patteson and his brothers and sisters, also, are descendants of Joseph Russell. To Be Continued. Tobacco Hail Insurance It is Too Late After the Hail Storm. G. R. REED, Columbia, Circuit Court. There are very few new appearances 3 for the coming term of the Adair circuit court which will convene the first Monday in July. The Common9GBO(33&Q&QBC3S3C3GQ(i U08Q8Q8CXX38CX wealth docket is lengthy, but not AUTOMOBILE LINE many new cases, and quite a number of oHenders will not be before the 8 Columbia and OoinpOcllsviiit; Court when their names are called. A light docket speaks a good word 5 Mail Car ATI 1 SI. 50, Round Trip, $2.75 for the morals of the county. 8 $2.00 Round Trip, $30 Ford Car INSURANCE Keutucky. --- --- I $4 1 4 8 8 8 8 8 3G60C r Urll-- V Mrs Sarah G. Bird of River Side, Cal, encloses 81. 50 renew her to sub- 8, days ago, and looking up she counted twenty airplanes flying over the scription for another year She recdivts the News every Monday morning, and eagerly devours the contents.as it is she iike a ltter from home, though often it brings sorrow, the death of a fond friend. She says she heard a noise a few 8 8 8 8 8 8 Special Attention to Traveling Men ' On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and othe increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Yoiir Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 3 8 8 8 p. m. 8 8 8 PHONES. I Columbia, 123 QpbeMe, W. E. NOE. Doeoeoeot xaec 8iOGQOOOOGOBOGOSOCa The News $1.50 and $2.00; THE NEWS $1.50 AND $2.00 A YEAR. & Sh5)0 ! :e Teresa rang and sat in a musing silence until Pedro came. "Pedro," she said then, "tell Captain Juarez that we are considering his proposition. Tell him further that we wish to be certain that he really comes from tho senor." Pedro bowed, withdrew, and re turned almost immediately, his face strangely white, his hand shaking as he held out something to the girl. "It is the master's ring," he said, deeply agitated. "The ring he wore always upon his left hand. Senorita, senorita," his voice choking, his eyes glistening, "you will not let them kill THE ADAIR COTjNTZ NEWS. comes buck to us. will have you to and hummed gay matches of song, thank as much as anyone. Now, will eviuentiy quite nappy, seemingly unyou ask your senorita to come to the aware of the presence of Gaucho Mo- library? And then will you see that .rales and a Drother vaquero, who, on the other hand, kept their eyes always Vidal brings the lawyer there?" Pedro went about his errand, and upon the young Spaniard and their Stsmway, dressing swiftly, went to the hard, brown hands close to their hips. The door opened and Stanway came library, which he had chosen because in. Torre did not turn, did not cease it was at one end of the house, and his gay music. The two vaqueros rose so a place in which to converse without fear of being overheard by Torre and stood looking at the American 1 S3 fV I DILL li: LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Preset-HKUMFI SERVICE AND SATISFACTION,-- J ' 1 if J? DESTINY l: him?" "No, Pedro." She took the ring, her &: own eyes shining. "If harm comes to him, Pedro," she went on steadily, "we shall know what to do, shall we not?" Copyright Pedro made no spoken answer. But his eyes, suddenly hard and cruel, SYNOPSIS. went straight to Torre, resting full of meaning upon him. Then, turning abCHAPTER I Senor don Antonio de lai Guerra, wealthy Spanish ranch owner on ruptly, the servant left the room. border, the American side of the Mexicanattorney "It is papa grande's ring, Senor is Informed by his American that a technical error has been found In Stanway." She ignored Torre entirely. his will. The senor signs a new docu"I am afraid that Captain Juarez ment without reading it. speaks the truth." CHAPTKR II Teresa, only grandchild Stanway stood with drawn brows, the senor, finds evidence of a struggle of In the library and her grandfather missstaring at the floor. The whole affair ing. The belief is that the senor has been was so eloquent of rascality on the carried across the border by Mexican rebels. Billy Stanway, Teresa's sweetheart, part of the debonair, takes command of the situation and orTorre it was so Inconceivable ders the servants and vaqueros to arm themselves. that his presence here now was not a CHAPTER III Stanway, with twenty part of dark design, so ridiculous t6 men, starts In pursuit of the rebels. They suppose that Antonio de la Guerra had meet Eduardo Ramon Torre, kinsman of Teresa, who has been wounded, he ever really purposed disinheriting the claims, by the escaping rebels. girl who was dearer to him than CHAPTER IV Stanway loses the rebels trail and returns to the hacienda. daughters to most men and yet what Teresa shows him the copy of the new to do? will which she has found and which Suddenly Stanway bent forward, leaves all the property to Torre. whispering swiftly, guardedly, to the CHAPTER V An emissary from the rebels arrives with the news that the girl. senor Is well and is being- held for $20,000 And then, after Stanway had finransom. Torre tries to assume authority ished and stood erect again, looking as the heir, but Stanway takes command of the situation. down upon her, as Torre watched, his eyes narrowing suspiciously, her "Ajjd" perhaps," added Stanway sighand clenched, her chin squared, denificantly, "Senor Torre would be glad termination came into her mien and to have knowledge of this banco; voice. would be glad to have the money "It Is a chance, senor," she said. handed over to his emissary?" She rose and stood lo'oking at him "Emissary?" Again Torre's black steadily, still ignoring Torre. "It is a brows arched. "The fabrications of game of dice with our destinies." the Americano's suspicions are truly "And you will play it, senorita?" wonderful! He would suspect me of eagerly from the American. robbing myself?" She made a little gesture as though He laughed insolently. Stanway she were handing something to him. looked questionlngly at the girl. "I place the dicebox in your hands. "Prima mia," began Torre. May I, Senor Billy?" The girl whirled upon him, her eyes "Then," cried Stanway, "we must fashing. waste no time! Call Pedro." "Senor Torre," she cried passionShe rang. Torre, still watching susately, "you make it necessary for me piciously, made no comment. Pedro to remind you that our relationship is came in his swift, silent fashion. HDt of my choosing, and that we are "Send word to Gaucho to come to not close enough for you to call me the house immediately," Stanway told cousin! If you And it necessary to him. "Let him bring three men with address me at all I should like to be him. Let them come armed. And see addressed as Senorita de la Guerra. that Captain Juarez does not leave Please remember." the house. I shall entertain Senor Torre flushed angrily but managed Torre." his careless smile. A quick light of. understanding "As you wish, Senorita de la Guerleaped up in Pedro's eyes. He turned ra," he retorted. "May I suggest with a brief, grunted "Bueno," and something?" hurried on his errand. ' black-mus-tach- By Jackson Gregory - "What is it?" shortly. Torre had leaped to his feet, his "Merely this: This man who calls face crimson. , himself Captain Juarez may be a rank "What does this mean?" he cried impostor, as well as a scoundrel. Be- sharply. "As heir to the De la Guerra fore even considering the matter of a estates I demand " ransom would it not be well to ask "Sit down!" Stanway's voice was him to prove to us that he knows at very cool, but it rang with an unmis- least where our kinsman is? If you rang for Pedro again and sent him with fee message " Dr. Eiam Harris DrErsrTisrr. OFFICE 161, Residencell23--K OFFICE: 'Second 'Floor Cor. Main 'andlDepot'Sts OAMPBEIXSVILLE, ICY. Localand Gsaera Ansi thetics Ad minis e L. H. Office Jones m Veterinary Surgeon and Deniisi Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals at Residence, 1 mile of town, od 1M m:nm wi iiiii "V 'i I )1 A.TM i i ' mrnii li I I Wllllr Hiiiillllp Jamestown road. Phone 1U G. "Sit Down!" takable sternness. nWe are going to begin our game of dice presently. And you will do well, senor, in playing your hand to keep right on smoking and Sit down!" His hand moved a very little as he spoke, coming to rest upon his right hip. Torre sat down. CHAPTER VI.' A Lawyer Plays Witness. "Vidal has returned, senor." Billy Stanway awoke with a CalumVtd Kv WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Giv. me a Call.. LC YATES HENRY W. DEPP, JPEXTIST Am permanently located in.Co 'lumbia. All Clashes of Dental work done. Crow - and Inlay work a Specially;; All Work Guaranteed " V OfiJce: door to post office. dfee i ' The late afternoon sun was streaming through the drawn curtains of the guestroom to which he had been shown, and Pedro stood over his bed. "Vidal has brought Mr. Dempton back with him?". he asked, sitting up. "Si, senor," grinned Pedro.. "I think that Mr. Dompton did not like to, come, but" and he shrugged eloquently "you know Vidal, senor." "Torre and Juarez have had no word together? They know nothing oT our having brought Dempton to the rancho?" "No, senor." Stanway slipped out of bed, his great sinewy body! towering for a mo- ,- start. - net "' ', , ''Younr a gentleman, Pt,'drQ," fie said warMly.' '"Tour1 master when Be breed. . ' -- curiously. . or the captain. ' Torre," calledStanway bluntly. Vidal was there before him, a big COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. 'Corre turned, smiled, ended a last man Avitli a beautiful body and a high note clearly, and only then bowed scarred, ugly face. And with him, very deeply to the rancher. looking grotesquely small, pitifully in"At your service, Senor Stanway," efficient in the presence of his guard, he said Jightly. was Dempton. EVERYTHING IN "Gaucho," said Stanway, for the "Mr. Stanway, sir." The lawyer was upon his feet in an instant, his moment ignoring Torre. "I shall be face red with anger, his speech seem- with the senor for a little. If you and ing to froth up in a stream of barely your companion will wait for me In articulated words from between his the patio I'll call you when I want writhing lips. "Are you one of this you." "SI, senor," responded the vaquero damnable conspiracy, sir? It is brigfi& andage; it is outlawry; it is sheer promptly. And from the door, as by way of afterthought: "We have not defiance of every statute " searched him, senor. No doubt he is "Good afternoon, Mr. Dempton," said the rancher pleasantly. "There armed." 'JNo doubt," dryly, from the rancher. is no conspiracy on our part. We Also Ellwood and jAmerican Fence,. "It is all right, Gaucho." merely wish to ask you a few quesThe tvro cowboys went out. Then tions, even to give you a chance to get out of this mess Sit down. pleasantly, insolently, Torre admitted The senorita will be here in a mo- to Stanway that he had been responsible for Senor de la Guerra's disapment." The door opened and Teresa came pearance, that he knew where he was, in. She nodded, brightly at Stanway, and that the captain was his own agent. bestowed a look upon Vidal which Incornoratcd plunged him into an ecstasy of delight, "What," asked the rancher curious118 Cast Matket Street Between flrsl and Brook and with no word to Dempton went to ly, "do you gain from such an admisStanway's side. sion?" LouisvilIer Ky"Two things, senor. In' the first "Have I kept you waiting?" she place I am meeting you upon a basis asked. upon which we may be able to come "No. I came in just a second, before you." He drew out a chair for to terms. It seems that you are really her and turned to Vidal. "Vidal, we the one for me to deal with. In the second place," and the smile in his have a few words to say to Mr. Dempton. Will you wait in the patio? I eyes was hard and cruel enough now, "I am taunting a man whom I do not shall call you when w want you." $ "Dempton," Stanway went on, "what like. That is a pleasure." Stanway frowned, not understandpassed between you and the Senor de ing. la Guerra last night?" "Bring us back the senor and you "He sent for me to make a chang6 gain your freedom your safety, if in his will," said Dempton glibly. "He gave no reasons for what he was do- you don't waste too much time getting ing, although he must have noted my 'out of the country," he said. "You ask a great deaL" Torre surprise." pulled thoughtfully at his little mus"Did you know that he has been engaged during several years on his tache. "And you offer a very little. For I shall have my freedom and memoirs?" Dempton, a lawyer trained to ask safety why, senor, at any time 1 COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. just such questions as that, looked at please !" "You refuse my offer?" Stanway quickly, suspiciously. He "Absolutely." r- hesitated a moment before answering. "Even," went on Stanway coolly, "I have heard him speak of it." Stanway smiled at the girl, which "after .your personal danger is augshe returned, and Dempton, plainly mented by Dempton's confession of complicity?" puzzled, watched them closely. For the "The law is rather severe in the a quickthe first time leap rancher saw light of fear into Torre's punishment it metes out to kidnapers, eyes. Then the lids dropped a little is it not, Mr. Dempton?" a very little, but enough to hide the "Yes." eyes and in an instant Torre's manyou men of the law X "There Is what term an accessory before the fact?" ner was again careless, indifferent. "A random shot that, no?" He lift- X .J""Certainly," snapped the lawyer. &; z.owe; M. "But if you care to consult me in a ed his eyes once more, and they were frank an'd mirthful again. "I am zfrsr AlSanitary Shop, where both SatJsfaetionand legal capacity " "I don't," lightly. "We are sending sorry that it does not find a target." Gratification are Guaranteed. "What will you say when you are & for Mr. Branson of Branson & Howconfronted with Dempton's written ard to advise us." Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Dempton's tongue ran back and and signed confession?" "That will never be. I know that forth between his dry lips. y he has confessed to nothing." "Now," went on Stanley, without ! 5feOBJSi- Stanway leaned forward and tapped waiting for an answer, "how much his forefinger upon the table between money did Torre pay you for your them. "I shall have Dempton's conpart?" fession within twenty-fou- r hours!" Again Dempton had leaped to his Torre shook his head, smiling his infeet, his face flushed, his eyes ablaze. scrutable smile. "You mean to insinuate " to make," "I have a counter-offe- r "Sit down!" Stanway caught him said Torre. "Teresita is to pay to by the shoulders and drove him back . into his chair. "Did you know that Captain Juarez the money which he twenty thousand dollars. after you had gone and before he was demands twenty-fou- r Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Mlllior Doltersa? hours from the Within spirited away Senor de la Guerra money is paid her grand- Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Asentj CommlttecTnnd Trustee, and cas Jjesalfcfi' time that the to his memoirs?" added certain notes as such in any County in tlic'State. "What are you driving at?" fumed father will walk into this drawing room unharmed." Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits. Dempton. "And if she refuses your offer?" A. G. STITH. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. JOHN STITES. President. r Stanway stepped to the door. "Then, twenty-fou- r hours after her "Vidal," he called, "Mr. Dempton will remain here in the library. You refusal, her grandfather will be dead. will see that he, does not grow lone- Then I shall be the heir to the entire some? Bueno." He came back to property. You will accuse me of havDempton's side and added quietly; "I ing murdered him, and I shall deny.. go to the courts. In the end am driving at this: the senor made It will I shall be cleared. You see, senor, certain observations upon the characI keep on hands a full itocn of coffins, caskets, and robe:- are fortunately turbulent along ter of Americanos. He mentioned the timesborder, and I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses the what fact that a certain man had just come may so easily be laid has happened We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day- at the door and gone whom he did not trust; he Office Phone, 16&: Residence Phone, 29. stated why that man had come; he of the poor devils of insurrectos. You suspicion, you can make mentioned a flaw, that that man .had can create Cotumbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, , pretended to find Ah!" as a look trouble. But then there is the will, properly drawn and witnessed, and of sudden understanding and a quick C fear with it leaped .into Dempton's there is something else!" wondering "And that?" curiously, small eyes. "Now'you see? Shall we how far Torre would go in showing leave them, senorita?" mmmmmmmmmmm m Teresa stepped through the door, his hand. "There will be other witnesses of Stanway following and closing it whom you do not guess yet witnesses after them. carefully selected, who will not be "We'll have him scared out of his they make. And life in no time," he chuckled. "By to--1 shaken in a point that Senor de la Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and' v?e morrow morning he'll be ready to tell they will swearvery angry with his everything he knows if we'll just Guerra became upon the very day of will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze, nv- promise him twenty-fou- r hours to dig granddaughter his disappearance; that he quarreled out In." f. copper, ana an oiner Kinub oi meuu, openly with her; that he vowed he "You are very wonderful, Senor would disinherit her, and that he sent Billy!" ' Immediately for his lawyer to make unThe look she flashed him was mistakably full of gratitude; and his the new will. Do you crfre, senor, to ., -- -V leaping hope sought to read something know what these witnesses will prove to be the cause of the quarrel?" else in it. "Well?" asked Stanway. . We arefprepared to dp all kinds of machine, work,, no "Teresita !" he whispered. "It will be that Teresa, heedless of But she had slipped from him, iri5 matter how large or small. " laughing, and a lacy mantilla was in her grandfather's hatred of all Ameris canos had fallen in love with one of hishands, and from the far side of defied De la Guerra, the room, as she whisked into the hall-- , them ; that she way, she wafted him ,a kiss from her and swore that she X'ould marry you !" pink finger tips. "Why!" gasped tb fancher. "It's "Teresita!" he urged. perjury !" We"are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor' mL But the door had closed. "Certainly." Thi- imile merely "And," he muttered, his eyes darkwork and guarantee satisfaction on alii work. ening, "after all, when I find- her papa deepened upon Torre'i handsome face. of the legal grande for her he's just- going to run "But let us think 1 me off the rancho! Unless By morality, of it but oll the effect upon a jury. Who, when tills point is made, Jupiter! I've a notion & He was thinking of Padre. Ignaclo, will seem the one who would be desirous of the disappearance of the old the priest at La Panza. . " - , gentleman"? ' . Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile "Who then will appear in the light CHAPTER VII. , leave it to you," of the abductor? I m8&Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. "busy over a new garotte, "If the A Rat in a Trap? ' Eduardo Ramon Tonre, lounging be 'Point will not 'hold. . ? - S- - KEOTUCKTfcWBy. mouth Hardened. CAMPBELLSVILLE? fore one of the deej windows of the" i Stanway's,To bo Continued.)' drawings room, smoked his cigarettes ' JAMES EDWARDS, Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanize ROOFING and Painted. 5f ?,el skin-whol- e. Fence Posts- DEHLEP BROS. CG - . -- W. T. PRICE A . SURETY BONDS f FIKJE INSURANCE, LIFE". INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURE & $&3e$- 4fr )r9ieieK)r9Kj Columbia Barber Shop loy XX23&g - The Louisville LQTjisvn t;f, Trust Life - Kentucky; r- - UNDERTAKER. mnnrnnmnimmmmnuBBr Oxy Acetylene Welding W ' 'Jjr .HP All !. CimAptz rif Machine ,w. Jw Work It! . -- 'm Autoljand Tractor Repairing - - . - -- it r" " Kearns Burlmolder Machine Shop. HP - r " I 4Jf THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3air 4 Coaivtv NeWs - Pablished On Wednesdays. ftt Golum6iai MRS. DAISY Keivlaclty- Mr. Wm. H. Shanks, of Lin- it if he is to become the victim. coln county, a business man and Enough about things that could banker of extensive reputation, have been but are not. We are having ideal' weather here and a splendid Democrat, a of ability, is a candi- about all of the first cutting of parli-mentari- an HAMLETT. Manager. few days. Cotton getting the nesse-sarr- y Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest Jm. f the City of Columbia and the pscpls of Adair THE Ura.VERS.AiL CAR so badly needed. sd adjoining conntler. the crops cannot be what they would have been under as second Entered at the Columba normal rain fall, bnt the entire lass mail matter. country seems to have had an Ford II, and ;js C unusal amount of rain as well WED. JUNE, 25, 1919. Gen. Foch is ready to move this section. I lost considerable The Ford Factory has not yet reached normal production. Germany at a moment's hay, more than I ever made upon It will take some time, after being entirely given over to a If Germany wants to on the "ridge" in any one year Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone. notice. $L50 per yer. war work. We are getting a few cars right along, and sug-ge- st save her bacon she had better and still have several car loads All Zones beyond n$2.00 pcr'year All Subscription due and Payable in Advance get out of thejfrying pan, for the market, and 4 more that you leave your order with us as soon as possible chances to make hay before vandwe will deliver as soon as possible. Runab out, $500; The brutal work at Louisville DEMOCRATIC TICKET. frost comes. Our pastures are goes on. A woman's head was Touring Car, $525; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775; One Ton fine and thousands of cattle are beaten into jelly by her paraFoe Congeess. grazing on them and still this Truck Chassis, $550. There prices f. o. b. Detroit, Don't mour last Wednesday night. C. A. HARDIN, section could fatten three times of MercerJCounty. forget the service we give in our shops, genuine Ford Parts, as many. I cannot detect any West Point, Miss. FOE STATE SENATOR. difference in the seasons here 19th Senatorial District and in Ky. We have the pleasant 1919 CO., J. R GARNETT and the unpleasant, sunshine Incorporated Editor The Newsr-Aga- in of Adair Count?. and shower, heat and cold but COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSV1LLE, KENTUCKY. I will contribute to the days are fanned by Who said they would not sign? news columnsof your valuable our warmest pleasant breezes and followed by and most interesting paper that CONGRESSIONAL RACE. ideal nights for refreshing seems to brighten as it grows The Democrats of Adair coun- older and certainly with me, as sleep. We have as good roads ty and the orher counties mak- it is appreciated more than any as a Henay ever hit and while ing up the Eighth Congressional other paper we get. I cannot several hundred miles have been district, should "bear in mind imagine why anyone leaves the built in this part of the state that Judge C. A. Hardin, of Me- old home and not take the News. none of them are ten years old. rger county, is the Democratic Road building was arrested dur But be that .as it may, too many nominee to succeed the late Har-Te- y years or my me nave Deen ing the war, but is starting again and in a few more years nearly Helm. He is to" be elected spent in Columbia and Adair for the short term on Saturday, county for me to ever lose every public road will be a good the second day of August, and interest in their welfare or to one. Many of the every Democrat should be at fail to appreciate the efforts of are Duiiding nomes on tnier the polls and least his ballot for the News to do its full part to farms and the entire country shows evidence of improvement. him. His father, Charles A. the community it serves. I notice Mr. R. K. Young and family are Hardin, was born and reared in that againthe voice of the peo in Waists, Fancy Dress as happy as meadow larks. He Columbia, and isfremembered by ple has been registered against many of our older citizens, who lost some hay but has sold and the building of good roads in SilKs. more than he ever will take pleasurejin voting . for county. Doubtless, as has for sale your his son, who is an able, high- - has been before, many can be raised in any one year on the standing gentleman, who will old farm he left. In fact his found who say they want worry as to his take first rank in Congress. good roads and yet vote friends need not Judge Hardin has been a leading he can close out, any against the proposition to build. welfare for lawyer in the Bluegrass section day, with a big profit on his It is hard for me to believe that Buyers are still coming of the State since he reached his any real desire for improve farm. majority, filling several impovalues are advancing. I New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. ment exists behind such action, and rtant positions, County Attorpredict an advance from $25 to and when sifted down it only ney, Circuit Court Judge, etc. $50 will be made before next Feathef-Tre- d Shoes. meaos to avoid expense. It is With Hardin atWashington, the January and if so we will then Grady-vill- e consoling to know that Eighth districtlwilljbe ably have cheap lands. I can't and Miltown are on the still tell what land is worth that will progessive side. 1 read witn FURNITURE, CARPETS.gDRUGGETSSandlDAVENPORTS. produce as does the best land much interest the Gradyville Revenue Agent W. D. Chandhere. We enjoyed the visit from ler in speaking of the country letters, during the advocacy of our friends Mr. H. A, Walker Heavy going dry July 1st, stated that the tax proposition, and I am and wife and Cassius Breeding, for six months moonshing had glad to know that W. M. Wil- - also Mr. James Hunter who stop- been on the increase, and that wmore s prediction was sustained p'ed over a couple of days with when the closing out day comes, at the noils. That Dart of the us and at present Mr. James PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. it will require an army as large county has been long in accept- English is here. None of those as Gen. Pershing's to run down ing the policy that leads to betPhone No. 12. gentlemen invested and I prethe moonshiners Evidently ter public conditions, and my old sume will not do so. It will not this statement is extravagant, friend, Wilmore, the best and do so. It would be pleaure to but there is scarcely a doubt but most faithful correspondent the have them as neighbors again, a large amount of illegal whisky News ever had, has been long in but they are all men who know will be made and sold. Offend- seeing the light, but when seen how to butter .their own bread characteristic ers of the law invariably come accepted with and are doing it where they are. to grief. They may escape for vim and vigor. While gratified So here's good and wishes to a while, but sooner or later they with the position of Gradyville them there, here or' elsewhere. get behind the bars. "Uncle and Miltown, I am disappointed C. S. Harris. Yours Sam" is a determined old man, and feel somewhat humilated and if you do not want to get from the return from Little How to Gel Oil. Cake. To be blind is a misfortune into trouble obey his laws. Next Door to The Adair'County New Office. but to be both blind and There is but one way and that is to The School-BpoCommission de- keep everlasting drilling. Men who is far worse. The met with Gov. Black last Thurs- feat o your proposition as I have been in oil field's from their youth day, and the Governor demand- see it, is a serious mistake and up have been here and examined fored that the whole board resign, unless a change is made in mations and they say there is not a is oil in Adair county: which request was refused by at Adair county cannot hope to keep doubt but there If you have the itch, don't scratch. and some say that the reason producleast three of the members. pace with other parts of the ing wells have not been brought in, It does not cure the trouble.and makes OP The work of the Commission has State and will certainly loose the wells that have been bored were Beurben Poultry Remedy the skin bleed Apply BALLARD'S Safe been severely criticized through- many good citizens who are need- not put down deep enough. We need SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it in gen-tlout Kentucky, and where there on the affected parts. It relieves men to come into the county, with drinking water cares ff A TQ'E'I2 Yielding from JU? and prevents white is so much smoke there must be ed there and who want to stay good outfits, and with a determinadiarrhoea, cholera, and other chick itching Instantly and a few applicasome of the blessings diseases. Ono- 60el bottle makes 12 tions removes the cause a valid reason for the Governor's but want tion to go down until it is found. thus performgallons of medicine. Pint bottle, good roads. Many have al- There is oil in Wayne, Green and price $1.20. makes 32 gallons. At ing a permanent cure. Sold by Paull action. The whole State is crit- of druggists, or sent by mail postpaid. Wrlti (f tWr Jm fcmstMit list icizing the Commission. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky.. Drug Co. Some ready left and many more will Cumberland, and it is running through Adv critics are perhaps saying too do so. Build good reads and the earth, and a stream can be struck Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store JAMES C. WLLSON & CO. My residence in Columbia, is for sale much, and as we look at it the more bridges and yon will turn the in Adair if it is gone after in the or rent. It is a 5 room cottage, good 211 S. Frftt St, L1M1SY1LLE, KY. best thing for the members to do leaving to one of com- proper manner is our judgment. Some one stole a fin9 mule from garden and lot and out buildings to hand in their resignations tide from is K Dallas Wade, Russell Springs, a few Mrs. ZoraRowe tf. and let a new Commission be ing.' The butchershop is not in- -' There was a heavy rain a few miles nights ago. viting to the man who enters orth of Columbia last Wednesday. appointed. mower in a and corn are work As a whole Post-offi- date for Lieutenant Governor. It is very necessary that a good man be selected for this honorable positions, and we have been informed that Mr. Shanks possesses all the qualification necessary to fill the position. We have never met him, and we wish him no bad luck. alfalfa has been baled and the second crop will be ready for fcE A x ?)!,:, 6-2- 0, THE BUCHANANLYON "Q"9"94"Q"fr0"fr4fr new-come- rs STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE Capts Plain latest and 4 4 4 4 FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY 4 Masterbilt and V 1 . V m Iron Bedsteads, Enamel. Albin Murray a Columbia, Kentucky un-grate- ful k j c & -- OneDrop WLt-S- Arjr,fffr cures - y r Investments 4ko to llo ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I 31 .hA.trJL.U-jyt,UAxUTdxl?al?XKA?- Wfwflfi w'lffmi ffw illrW fr F, "..a., lsj2QiA : , WAIT FOR NOBODY! BUT at this place a check for $5.00 to be used on reparing the Baptist 00 TO THE MIGHTY THE WORLD'S GREATEST TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBITION Will Exhibit at SHOWS COLUMBIA EKi Massive Open Dens and Cages of HA AG ONE BIG HAPPY HOLIDAY 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 28th. ibfcOOIo'clock and 8:00 o'clock, p. m., Ram or Shine h. I 1 ' - flR oyaiBengal "" Tigers, Lions, Leopards and Hyenas THEY HAVE NO EQUAL HAAQ'5 BIQ HRRDOf PERFORMING ELEPHANTS DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THE 2 AntuFerocious Beasts of the Jungiqin Parade. JDaily lICrandlFree Street Parade Story the Glitter Which 0'clock,One at 1:00 church. Uncle Charlie says; he has plenty of the Yates blood in him when comes to donating for Fit for Direct from the TROPICS-- It's KK?f WAXATAN is classed as the most desirahlff rnffpfc . v x i church purposes. rj'f canaA r lio A maii jan rnrtt Voinrr on. vf., l?rb umI W,19 Mr. E. P. Baker, our trustee icentered berry of uniform size. Thia coffee ccr.es "So yv 100 per cent pure notmixed or hie of the public school, at this it is so heavier ladened with thaf etc, ? tropica flavor, possesshvr place, is having a well put down 'licious fragrance and aroma thit )r .ii justly be termed xac cow at the school building- at this ' CTTtoiMi:ir something badly needed. rwrnTwim "T" h rj k time, wskk. rnn .in' . ' V,T. w. .c . dr7'M s uctu at j .ia. employed two good zMmMefmsz n 3ki & Tcait tbrvtu As he has vv cectainJv' rm& teachers-angood teachers with ? IlT.i.TIlYlT. and good water it goes without saying we wfll have one of the best shcools we have ever had. Messrs, Finis Wilson, Lee Durham, Mr. Vance, the popular cashier of one of the Banks of Greensburg in company with young Mr. Moss, all of Greens-burROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY made our section one day Louisville, ICy-- & Sons, i,r,orta last week in the interest of oil J. Represented in leases. And they secured leases Bbr&r on a block of land, consisting of Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. twelve or fifteen hundred acres Campbellsville, Ky. right in the oil belt of old Adair. We take it that there will be several wells put down on this block of land before the Au- tumn leaves begin to fall. I am caieful in selecting my Stock of JEW ALRY,. because-- khowf&c people want the best. 1 have ju9t received a new line of the La&sfe The lamb market has not Styles in all Kinds of Jewelry, Consisting of Ladies Gold Braotlsis. opened in this section for this Watches, Lavallieres, Vanity Card Cases in Plain or Engraved Swk. season and we are glad to say The Latest Styles in Men's Belts, and Silver Belt Buckler' there could be bought a car load I have also received a New Line of Ladies Vanity and Envelope of extra good ones through this Leather Bags. section at tne market price. ?23 FFFii li ill 2rSi 2 tj&M tte &- sszmi iZS3ri-Maj'M- H M - b - d .mt j mmmmmmMJfc m t 1 m 11 uiiia-iuxJS- Aj tti-II- j g, C JEWELRY 1 -- Before Buying Do Not Fail jo Inspect Them- - Long Line of Tells Whole Tvvo "AFTERNOONS AT 2:00 O'CLOCK. Grand and Complete PerformancesOneDaily Hour Earlier. 8:00. Doors Open EVENINGS AT Last Saturday, the 21st, was the longest day in the year. In a few days Che v will begin to shorten, but the difference will hardly be perceptible for a month. I L. E. YOUNG, Columbia, j Jeweler, ---Kentucky f NOTE THE PLACE MINDITHE DATE AND fcw GO! J C. i A GRAND EDUCATION FOR YOUNG AND OLD WILL EXHIBIT AT H yj COLUMBIA SATURDAY, JUNE 28th W3&iS&!tyi?i?Z$& g?s?gffg nmt mm' w 1 liSl 1 1 SliS fflM HiiH iyi 1 1 ' llfnlifS & 1" WORTHMORE BRAND BOYS' OVERALLS A heavy, durable, economical, dependable boys garment; guaranteed to render the service demanded. Made of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with seams, featuring solid brass buttons and heavy elastic suspenders. They resist the strains, twists and pulls of extra full cut size insures long hard use-t- he 's service they're a pride and a returned from Ashville, N. Mias Ruth Hill, who has been in school at Adairville for the past six months, is at her home ealth Little "America's Best" triple-lock-stitch- ed pleasure.-"America- Best." l - j- - our I 11 , Si StSSssSSSSK UQ2LIQT Ml? .KSHkl ' j jjTjfe j - during vacation. Mrs. G. H. Nell and daughter, of Columbia, and Misses Yates and Lyon of Cave City and Campbellsville, spent a day or so here last week with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill and son, of Adairville, are spending this week with their father and and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill. Mrs. W. mm .WlVftA.irS appreciated when we have it. Most desired of all earthly possessions when we have it . vest.w,y3Lmafc ii not. Yet, for most of ns, keeping well is a simple matter, and getting well again when we are sick, is &ft?W SI6SSBsff3Br often wholly within our power. ' Of AS Doctors tell us that about nine out of ten .v frttyuityi-ri1 M j it li I! i' 1.1 numan aitmenxs are xne result oi constipauon. t!S ,8v.JrfWffi3K3'S . .&.J.TWT" ' Thousands of persons are constipated without realizing how much harm and even danger may result. An annalline list of diseases have their start in this e TTifrTi TVlnnrl nroscnrp norvnno Ttaerani- nf JKsy-iAs l.'-'MC- 3 11 . lak- 4, t - rm-roltro- WSA mxmmICM.1' rm;;wM 3KSlftd '; U1CaaUUV,1J) UyUJJiCV, Qil.tiAU OWUIO, t.liRSp arfi hnt n fpv nf thft manv xwuuuou. that result . wtp.i'f. &' ehiefly from constipation. I 9 y. milC'VA if"' ,nv.iv v. P. several weeks daughter, Mrs. McCandless, of Bowling Green, arrived home last week. Dr. and Mrs.. S. Simmons C. visited Rev. and Mrs. W. Christie at Greensburg one day Flowers after visit with her Bm i Mm L, T 1 "The Story of a "Well Man" is a helpful, entertaining booklet that tells a true story of a man suffering from nervous breakdown andTiigh blood- pressure in search of health. The success that attended his efforts has a personal application to you. - if "i Kttr wiu. AYXKACE qi,r 3t ITJID 0VMXV Vy I '.C9XIDITS J Devonian w fSAQUABiTlEDiUn I liatweek. W. B. Patteson, Mr. of Columbia, spent one day last week in this section looking -- iJl HTONU fa MintBALWATtBI -IS- i m This booklet has been the means of helping thousands from what seemed confirmed invalidism to robust health. It also tells the wonderful story of Devonia, the American Medicinal "Water, and what it has done for those who needed help to restore them to sound health. iiiiiiiiiiihm utaiml Init t nra i '.' II :;:.; ,i KIM m 11111 ffl i I ii !tKNwMM Dcbllit. NmnMir .J - a WgBF 1KHJBIK Manilla t.ii un vi ;; " CvB &iSmElBmmi3Si& triple-lock-stitched. c?B after oil leases. Ml Jjai-- f ...1 ..- -- Every seam is .'Ximy Manufactured by J. ZINSMEISTER & SONS INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders CaniDbellsville, Ky. We take it that we have an average crop of tobbaco set in this section and if we should be so fortnnate to get another sea son in the next few days the entire crop would be completed. Mr. Simmons, of Covington, a cousin of Dr. Simmons, of our, City, spent a few days XMmmmmuimi niiiiiH mtvnmuwum wjif-'&- wamBlmBraesmMTTiwiitli In some way Devonia seems to get right at the root of physical troubles, and banishes their cause, thus restoring the bodily functions to normal activity and vigor. Devonia is prescribed and recommended by our most highly esteemed physicians. riuaKM lliiiH W KYWilAH to7 UHIH IictvE lK4H HP ml If you are suffering from some ailment for which you have not been able to setable-spoonf- week with the Dr. and family He certainly is a congenial Qiite a number from this gentleman. Gradvville, plce attended children's day .at Mr. W. C. Yates, who has We are petting very dry in Peasant Ridge church Ust Stm- - not forgotten the training, of his good old father, who is reap-- , this section Wheat harvest is 6n diy. Mrs. Clara Sollenbur hi ing his reward, sent his old uncle this week. bereft Tablcspoonful Map-of Devonia to a Glassful of water. THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, Owensboro,-Ky- . Please send me your free booklet, "The Story of a Well Man," telling of Devonia, the woa derfiil American Medicinal Mineral Water, and what it lias done. Takea liiiH iiiiiiH iiiiB iiiiiH Hi Hi cure desired relief, try Devonia a in a glass of water. "We believe you will find the results most beneficial. Anywav, learn more about it by sending for "The Story of a "Well Man." A copy will be sent you free. Devonia is on sale at all drug stores. ul . y .'NAME. "ADDRESS. ExecutWe Offices: Oweacboro, Ky. jut Spriasa and BottKaxrwat. Lorain, Ohio """LouirriBe Office: 1415 Laboratene. CJereUnd, Otao. htwosaAtra Baflrtrng' e ADAIR COUKTY NEWS The Right Angle Store t TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply 9 2 ! Ply $2.25 FLOROID $3.I0 Ply $2.50 Wagons, Harness, Bridle and Breechinjr. - IHIBlK'HIiHiHHHIIH Bland's Ail-American Fertilizer: GRASS SEEDS Best Grade at From Sl.SO'to $2.25. Orchestra Cooking Ranges and Stoves i s Drawing Near To Chautauqua Time word-handlin- FRESH MEAT, STA LE b and o FANCY GROCERIES. ! Furniture, Carpets, 09SH - Rugs and Druggets. Hon. Edmund H.Hinshaw "Peace and lis Problems1' Who Lectures On If you are wise you'll plan right now to put away all thoughts of work and worry during Chautauqua time and prepare to spend five wonderful afternoons and evenings in the realms of learning and relaxation. For from every standpoint this year'$ Chautauqua program presents the most compelling attractions that have ever been offered to this community. and There is, for instance, the dynamic of Hon. Edmund H. Hinshaw, whose eloquence reaches its greatest heights in his lecture on "Peace and Its Problems," which is, without doubt, one of the greatest oratorical messages ever expounded from a Chautauqua platform. And Hinshaw is but one of a series of tremendously powerful lecturers featured during the week. In addition, Dr. Cyrus S. Nusbaum, just back from his overseas war-tim-e service with the Red Cross, returns with his interest in community problems intensified to lecture on "Our Town and Our Nation," and A. H. Harnly comes with an eloquent lecture on "Parasites" that cuts to the very quick of some of the modern diseases of civilization. From the standpoint of entertainment, there will be no dull moments. Musical numbers by the Hugh Anderson Quintette, and character portrayals by the clever Emerson Winters Company, a medley of song and recital by the versatile Fisher Shipp Concert Company, Booth Tarkington's drama "The Country Cousin," presented in tabloid form with all parts taken by the gifted Jeannette and mystifications by the wonderful Floyds, Kling, ensemble numbers, guitar and vocal selections and harp solos by the Swiss Entertainers and one grand whirlwind finish of music in the Orchestra these are marvelous playing of Bland's among the mental relaxations of the week. It will surely be one wonderful' week. If you are wise you'll get your season ticket now. g thought-presentations bird-warblin- Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables. Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries, Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clock, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OF EACH MONTH. BLUEBIRJ) PftQQ-2mwuH-.Tr mind-readin- -- i PLAYS WIIMI iiMiimiiMi Till mini Get Your Season Ticket of the Committee Columbia Chautauqua July 22nd to 26th. Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. Ww? posely to let you know that I Notice. am still well and getting along W. B. Helm, dentist, of Greenburg. Bendorf, Ger., May 13, 1918: fine. Barney is well also. will extract teeth with gas. I have sent you one of our Dear mother: Dr. W. B. Helm, From Germany. &$&.mm!m.t W2iF WP "tg r 'm With the greatest of pleasure I will write you a few lines to let you know that I am well and getting along fine. In the last few days I received three letters from you dated April 14, 17, and 22, 1919. Barney has just arrived from a 14 days furlough and he is here with me. Both of us writing now the same table in my quarters. I sent 2 pack age3 of post cards and one of Rhine river, the other day. I hope you will get them all right. Mother you ask me if I ever heard from Sam Jeffries and Forest Bryant. I went to see Forest about two weeks ago. And Sam is in my regiment (1st Pioneers.) And I see him now and then. I see all the Adair Co. boys now and then that is in my regiment because the regiment is always together and the companys are daily papers printed especially for the "Army of Occupation" at Coblenz which always gives us the latest news. There are three or four more papers print ed at Paris, France for us too but they are always a day old when we get them. I think I recieve every issue of the Adair county News now, but some times I get two or three together. I am enclosing a picture of the truck that I am now driving which is a Packard, 3 ton, and my pardner. 1 hope you will get it alright. Well mother it is ten o' clock so I will have to close for this time, so hoping to see you soon and you will enjoy a successrul happy and prosperous life I am, Lovingly your son, Roy A Rasner. Co. L.'lst Pioneer Inf. ' A. E" F. 25-3- m Greensburg, Ky. In- The Adair County Teachers stitute whites, , will be held in the Lindsey Wilson, beginning Monday August 18. Prof. S. S Elam, of Lexington, will conduct it. He is a noted educator and an experienced conductor. As the name signifies, The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company is a mutual company. It makes more money annually than many companies are worth. Ask the difference between a mutual pany. company and a stock comJ. E Murrell. It takes ljut a little push a stone to start not far apart. I think there is Children that are affected by worms regiment are pale and sickly and liable to conWell mother I would have tract some fatal disease. WHITE'S written-yo- u Sunday but Twas CHEAM VERMIFUGE expels worms inoculated Saturday and did not promptly and puts the 'child on the feel good but T am feeling al- road to health. Sold by Paull Drug rolling down hill, and many a heavy hearted human being has been sent into the depths because of a push in the wrong direction. It may be because it is easier to push than to to pull that we move along with the crowd, saying inwardly, "each one for himself," and scarce think it worth while to lend a helping hand where it is most needed. ill1 iiiiiiH'' IF . :SB t'-.- m! ft I ii liSii SH R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. TOjllllllllllnmllliM l!i!!iiii!iiiiH 1 Pf MSffiflf Mmmmm moSm '" S :--:- . immmiiiiiniiiiiii ll,.."l"""l"l"""H mH wis JF mwtwm . 111 wSKSSS' jNuwSs .iifliiiP" Copyrtehtiro by ... about 20 or 25 Adair boys in this t m Used 40 Years a hand out for what ails your smokeappetite! For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you "loose fromi old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made hy our exclusive patented process, Prices Albert is scotfree from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokeiun that ever was scheduled in your direction! the smokegame with PLAY if you're hankering fora jimmy m right now'. Welllgue3s I will close for this time so bye bye. Your Loving Son, Co. B Business Adv. . RsildnecePhonel3 Phne 1 fADniiS The Woman's Tonic - DR. 181918. Office. J. N. MURBELL DENTIST Front rooms in -- Jeffries BTd'g i up flairs. , yflnuuE f if; jA k Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; rolled Into a cigarette it beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will 'be willing to figure ip 'the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! You'll talk kind words every timeyou get on the firing line! tiJy red tins, handsome pound and d tin ham;' classy, practical poand crystal glass humidor toit.h sponge molstencr top that keeps tha toSaeca-iancA perfect condition Toppy red bacs, dorsand-tha- t hatf-poan- . Bendorf, (?er., May -- , v Dear mother: ' will endeavor to write you Gorily a few lines to night pur-- J " R. JrReynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, i Sold Everywhere N. C Columbia, r Kentucky Send Jn your Subscription to The News, $1.50 and $2.00 - J-- .' T i D41R county: news r , Certain-tee-d e ppHHlHSJflBHBsu'T4K9l Famous Lxl$ Andersen Quintette To Sing at the Chautauqua 1S .jQJL. tf CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROU mKm Democratic Candidate For Certain-tee- d Certain-tee- d renders a war service. GOVERNOR He Can Win in November. Teething babies always have a hard time of it when this process occurs in hot weather. They not only have to contend with painful gums but the $omach is disordered, bowels loose HUGH ANDERSON CONCERT COMPANY and the body uncomfortable. The All the allurements of music and punctuated with a period of combest help you can give the little suffercostume combine to make the open- munity singing, led by Mr. Anderson, er is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It ing day of the coming Chautauqua and finally a musical melange from the newest musical comedies, precorrects sour stomach, cools and quiets one of its really big days. sented with brilliant costumed efthe bowels and helps digestion. Sold For on that day the sweet singing fects. Adv by Paull Drug Co Hugh Anderson Quintette comes with At night their musical prelude to a double program that has an un- the lecture combines a number of . -- saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d v &KC, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof (p iffiMHCSR S i foj factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, fi Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d LEGION FILES ; usual breadth of appeal. favorite classics with the trench In the afternoon they will present songs that our boys and their allies a program of miscellaneous songs, sang on the battle fronts. ITS ARTICLES State Veterans' Body Recei1"" Charter Movement Is Form- a.,y Launched Louisville, Ky., June 8 (gpecial) With the filing in this city of Articles of Incorporation of The American Legion of Kentucky, the first formal step in the formation of a great association of veterans of the world war hi this state was taken. At the same time, Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, Temporary Commander, following a meeting of the State Executive Committee, announces that Kentucky has received Its charter from the National Executive Committee of The American Legion and that the state . body is now in a position to receive applications and to issue charters to local posts whenever they are formed. Reports received by State Adjutant D. A. Sachs indicate that applications shortly will be received from various counties in which veterans are anxious to become charter members of the first posts organized. Enlisted luen are taking a lead in the organization work. As the various local organizations, formed at Commander Moorman's be- A Pleasing Novelty Program Promised Chautauqua-Goer- Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing s by The Winters Offices &Warclioute in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of 'm sF K 3i Certain-tee- d Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods s. ANDER OAJIPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CO. '4.y'.VfClJ.VWBBHI i mm&.'sra:w?,'4' mmiS:'stM& iimmmr irs..or tsssssssssnisn ;,. wrmmmaLii-mmmmmR yy iflrji-fct- MBHsr, li !.,,- i'..Vi'y' .1 f'J OJSK j-i- V &,mEH&v3i . j. z m rr & "i." v xi m t:- A Triumph of Toughness Cord' possesses amazing buoyancy and life. And yet the 'Royal Birdsong and character portrayals are two of the strong features of the unusually diversified program offered by the Emerson Winters Company on the afternoon and evening of the second day of the coming Chautauqua. The birdsong is provided by Alice Stlres Winters, whose imitations of her feathered friends have been EMERSON WINTERS COMPANY known to deceive even the birds themselves. she In addition to her executes a series of decidedly unusual whistling solos, that tor sheer brilliancy have never been surpassed. Mr. Winters is one of the cleverest entertainers on the Chautauqua platform. His offering comprises clever character impersonations, dramatic, lightning changes and talking songs. bird-calls, Thafs the secret of this famous tire's success. Hardihood that means many extra miles, combined with the luxury of easier riding. Let us put 'Royal Cords' on your car. They are the utmost in equipmentthe finest tires.in the world. - ISpJjjg tjS& B 'Royal Cord one ofthe five MiwWMml United States tires are Good Tires JHksi m 'Royal Coru aw nobby 'Cham 'Vsco' --- k 'Plain' - IKSmmlm mm II fflWMmmrlwMfim II MmfiL llmmft WtBu Bv J ' mmmWBEKWmmlmWFm SoldBv :;-,V hest, are awaiting detailed informa tion before actually forming posts, Judge Moormaii announces that a pamphlet, containing the Articles of Incorporation, State Constitution ai and organization directions generally, outlining all steps necer-sar- y and giving all available Information of the Legion, is now being prepared and will be promptly distributed to all district and county organizers and veterans belonging to tho temporary organizations, or to any other veterans on request. However, the formation of posts will not necessarily await this information, as any fifteen veterans, eligible to membership under the constitution adopted at the St. Louis National Caucus last month, may band themselves together by signing the approved form and thereby apply to the Temporary Commander for a Charter, to be Issued under special authority received yesterday from the National Commander. It Is desired, according to leaders here, that sixty per cent of the members be former enlisted men. Filing of the Articles of Incorporation elicited much favorable comment in this part of the state, as tho articles embody the broad statement of policies embraced in the preamble to the National Constitution. One of the-striking clauses in this preamble Is "to foster and perpetuate a 100 per cent Americanism," a declaration which is backed up by the stirring action taken at St. Louis when alleged I. W. W. representatives narrowly escaped bejng thrown bodily from the convention hall. Another is "to make right the master of might" One of the incorporators is a former Brigadier-GeneraRoger D. Williams, of "Lexington. Another is Moses L. Sosnln, of Louisville, who was pri vate and who, at, the age of 37 volunteered, went to France and came home with ivwound stripe. All branches of both the military and naval service are represented among the incorporators and those associated with them, whether they served at home or abroad. An Advisory Committee for each Congressional District will hereafter he appointed by the Commander. The State Commander ,has expressed his purpose to proceed slowly and carefully in its organization, and this announcement reflects the judgment of his advisers and associates. By-Law- Personals. (Deferred.) Mr. A. G. Mr, J, 0. Russell is in Cincinnati this week, closing contracts for goods, s, Hill, Glasgow, Thursday. for Russell & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dillon and here little daughter were hers from Breed? inga fewdajs ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mr. J. W. Buchanan, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. Mr. C. C. King, Louisville, was in Columbia a few days since. Mrs B L Smytheaud children are visiaing relatives iu Celina, Tenn. Mr. E. C. Borders, Campbellsville, was here taking orders a few days ago. Mr. Geo O. Barnes, of Russell coun ty, was here the middle of last week. Mrs. Luther Williams, Cave City, is visjtiDg relatives in Columbia. Dr. R. Y. Hindman, who has been sick, was able to be at his office Monday. Miss Nina Simpson, of Breeding, was shopping in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. L. C, Shreve, Oil City , Pa, was at the Jeffries Hotel a part of last week. Mr. Hugh Sharp, Jamestown was registered at the Jeffries Hotel Wednesday. Mr, A. O. Baker, wife and son, Amandaville, were here a few days aince. Mr. J. F. Pace and Mrs. J. E. Pace, Marrowbone, were in Columbia few days ago. Mr. G. O. Dudley, Frankfort, made a buisness trip to this place a few days since. Lieut. Finis Patton, who has been o verse is, reached his home, Breeding, Pickett, and their daughter, Lydas, were here from Campbellsville Sunday. Mr. Fred Chapman,, wife and baby left on their return trip to Braden-tow- n, Fla , last Friday Miss Ola Wilson is spending a few weeks with her brother, Mr. W. H. Wilson, Campbellsville. Beckham Murreli, son of Mr and Mrs. S. H. Murreli, Craycrafr, left last week for Illinois where he expects to remain for some time. Taylor, of of the Glensfork country, is in a very low state of health and has been for several months. Mr. T. Z (Long Tom) Mr. W. R. Myers left for Monticello last Monday. He was accompanied to Springfield by Mr. Fred Myers and wife, Mrs. W. E. Myers, and Mrs. E. B. Bargerand little daughter. Mrs. Sallie M. Haynes, who visited her brother, Mr. Willis' Murreli, of of Russell county, was visiting a day or two with Mis. Geo M. Stevens, before starting on her return to.her home, San Antonia, Texas. x l, Hancock, of Cane Valley, who has been in a very critical conditon for several weeks, does not improve. He is about 83 years old, and all during his 'long life has had the respect of his many friends throughout the county. 'Squire W. H. . ' W. E. NOE and G. M. VERNON HOLT, - STEES6N,:;i - Jamestown,. Kentucky. last Friday. g was Mr Robert Baker, Amandaville, At the next meeting of the- Fiscal a guest at the Jeffries; Hotel a few A regular morning operation of the Court the painting of tne roof of th bowels-putyou in fine shan,e for the days since court house should meet the attenMies. Lillie Judd, who taught in a day's work. If you miss it you feet tion of the magistrates. It .has beea College- - at Jonesboro, Ark., has reuncomfortable and cannot put vim Inabout seven years sioca it was aint-ed- , to vour movements. For all bowel ir- turned borne. and it should not logger bft regularities HERBINE is the remedy. Mr. J. O. Durham, who travels for neglected. When boles- - beg ia toap It purlfliea, strengthens and regulata? the American ' Tbbbaco ' Company, pear a new roof wilt be Haeaooary; aad Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. was here Friday; lb wouki cost a essidsrabJe mat. . -s t .. K- 8 19BERVES SUCH HONOR, HE SAYS don't experience the dizzy spells and my appetite is much better than before. I hope others will try Trutona and become convinced of its merits as I have." Trutona is now being introduced TBE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS said land being owned by David but the Mineral and Oil right being owned by the Sunrise Oil Co., and levied on as the property of Sunrise Oil Co. Terms: Sale will be .made on a credit of 8 months, bond and explained in Columbia at Paull with approved ' security required, Drug Co. Adv bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Be SHERIFF'S SALE plevin bond. Witness my hand, this 9th day of By Virtue of Execution No 2090 June, 1919. directed to me, which issued from Cortez Sanders, Sheriff, A. C. t the Clerk's Offics of the Adair Circuit Court, in favor of F. M. Carter against Notice. Sunrise Oil Co., I or one of my Dep uties, will, on Monday the 7th day of I am now Special Agent for the Old July 1919,- between the hours of 1 Reliable Union Central Life Insurance o'clock p. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., at Co. of Cincinnati, O the Court House door in Columbia, The Union Central has been doing Adair County, Kentucky, expose to buisness since 1867. January 1st h)19 Public Sale, to the highest bidder, we had admitted assets 3128,164,481 the following property (or so much We have the cheapest rate o thereof as may be necessary to satisfy any Life Insurance co. doing busiof the Plaintiff's debt, interest, and costs), ness in this country. The Mineral and Oil rlgUbjiV Anyone figuring on Life Insurance, a tract of land lying on feather wood call or see creek, in Adair county, Ky., and Count T. Stults, Spec. Agt. bounded by the lands of Ham Columbia, Ky. ilton, Ab Pullium and the Heirs of S. f js. waiKer, aeceasea. ine suriace. of Kin-nair- d, 34-3- Notice of Election. Change in the Auto Line. who has been Markets. jilcsinf eels Justified ing Tonics. In PraisTrutona As Peer of All EesctcgtoD, Ky., June 24. Russell jZafcasoo, 56 years old, a retired Lexing-fis- a and rasldent.of 605 South Lime Stone s&naefc, has given Trutona a thorough xTsiil 3.Q& declares he can conaclen-wHssslindorse it as the "best well-know- n y In complyance with a proclama tion, issued by the Governor of Kentucky, on the 12th, day of May, 1919, Ordering that an Election for Representative in Congress for the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, composed of the Counties of Adair, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Anderson, Jessemine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Shelby and Spencer, be held in each voting precinct in the Counties aforesaid on Saturday August the 2nd., 1919. Last Wednesday Mr. W. E. Noe, running-al- l the cars on Louisville, June. 23 Cattle Prime the line between this place and Camp- export steers $13.0013.50; heavy ihip-In- g bellsville, disposed of his four Ford I2.13;light$10 12; heifers $8.50 cars, Henry Morgan, Clel and Bradley Tarter and Robert Follis becom- 12.50; fatcows $8 0011.50; medium $11 ing the purchasers. The considera- 12-; cutters $5.256.00;canners 85(35.25 tion was Bixteen hundred dollars. Tbe last named will operate the cars bulls 87.9.50; feeders $912 00;stock-er- s 87.50 to $11 00 choice milch cow3 in partnership and will run regularly. Mr. Noe will have charge of the mail 890115; medium $6590; common car, and an agreement was reached 850(3,65. whereby he would carry baggage Receipts 285 head. Prices 50c higher Best veals $15.00(315 50 medium 10.0015 00;common 6y) 00 Hogs Receipts 2.417 head. Prices 75c higher. Best hogs 165 lbs and up 21.00 120 to 165 lbs 320.00 120 lbs down $18.50 throwouts $19.00 down. Sheep and head market dropped 50c all through best sheep 86 50(26 75.,bucks 84.75 down;best ianbs S16.2516.50;seconds $12.50(313 Butter Country 3539c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candled car 35c to 37c Calves Lambs-Recelpts,24- for medi-.-tno- fi he has ever taken." . "For many years I'Ve been troubled constipation," Mr. Johnson said, "eoostaatly had to take a laxative. &Z rasld become so dizzy at times that was .tSLccraid naraiy get around, fjzscstxis and restless at night so bad Ms. ecdda'fi sleep. Headaches bothered rare continually. "Because of the relief I've gained I :fsai Justified in saying that Trutona -me more "benefits than any other i section to-wi- t: An election will be held in Adair the operators of the Ford care. County on the above mentioned date STRGEONS agree that in cases of in the various voting precincts of said purpose tas above Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the County, for the FIST TREATMEMT is most imporCortez Sanders, stated. tant. When an EFFICIENT antiSheiriff of Adair County Ky. septic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound behouse on First gins to heal at once. For use on man For Sale: or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL North Street, five minutes walk from ANTISEPTIC and HEALING Post Office and Church. Good well, AGENT Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. stable, plenty of shade trees Price 30-2- t. 31 .? I'veever taken. clock-lik- e My bowels - .iiifcerlfch. -- regularity now;"S-- 34-t- reasonable. Apply to G. W. HanI have just received another at Herald office, Campbellsville, load of oats. 31-for price and terms. f J. B. Barbee. cock, tf 28-t- teiM "Partial List of Delighted Allen's Princess Range Users". .ISfra. -- YV, H. Young, Willowtown, Ky. Geo. Stults, Columbia, Ky. G. W. Dabney Campbellsville, Ky. L. R. Hayes, Hatcher, Ky. W. L. Click, Burdick, Ky. S. C. Wood, Campbellsville, Ky.' ' " M S. L. Phillips, Mannsville' Ky. B. T. Wayne, Saloma, Ky. L. F. Weatherford, Mannsville, Ky. L. G. Wilcox, Exie, Ky. T C. Prescott, Campbellsville, Ky. C. W. Cox, Merrimac, Ky. S. R. Dills, Hatcher, Ky. W. R. Allen, Coburg, Ky. " -- " '' I. G. Thomas, Campbellsville, Ky. W. T. Ttubbs, Coburg, Ky. D. E. Vance, Hatcher, Ky. J. A. Whitney, Coburg, Ky. Guy fl. Smith, Campbellsville, Ky. & R. W. Anderson, Camp Knox, Ky. ' "" " -- J. L. Bo wen, Campbellsville, Ky. Ky. G. Lewis, Spurlington, Ky. js V -- C. M. Durham, Campbellsville, tl P. . . -- P. Tryon, Spurlington, Ky. C, H. Graves, Campbellsville, Ky. . it J. A. Harger, Campbellsville, Ky: T. J. Estes, Saloma, Ky. Woodson Kerr, Campbellsville, Ky". t J. I. Caulk, Campbellsville, Ky. John Roberts, Campbellsville, Ky. S. T. Campbell, Hatcher, Ky. Ed Warren, Mac, Ky. S. H. Moss, Bengal, Ky. :, j :, M mMM Mtt?idtjJH I v Cor 11" ivy? I L? MM'ft- 1 ! I -- jCa' ''$ i arHHniHr ' l if t' ' ' w '11 1 N. D. Phillips, 'Burdick, Ky. E. L. Gowdy, Campbellsville, Ky. H. Lewis, Knifley, Ky. C. V. Heistand, Campbellsville, Ky. C. L. Campbell, Merrimac, Ky.. Leonard Phillips, Bengal, Ky. W. A. Chandler, Campbellsville, Ky. Clem Keltner, Campbellsville, Ky. D. Knifley, Knifley, Ky. G. T. Atchley, Burdick, Ky. J. M. Rodgers, Campbellsville, Ky. A. S. White, Bnrdick, Ky. T. B. Hazard, Campbellsville, Ky. . J. T. Subletr, Romine, Ky. F. J. Clark, Speck, Ky. J. B. S. He'dge3peth, Campbellsville, Ky. J. A. Murrah, Campbellsville, Ky. J. Kkaggs, Campbellsville, Ky. P. H, Shreves, Hatcher, Ky. J. A. Lewis, Knifley, Ky. Roy-Willoc- - W. W. Newion, Campbellsville, Ky. J. H. Crouch, Campbellsville, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. S. D. Caulk, Campbellsville, Ky. J. L. Miller, Hatcher, Ky. . n Ada Pepper, bear many hardships and deprivations. Now is the time for you to make his dreams of home come true. If that old stove is worn out and cooking poorly, buy a new one and let it be a Princess Range. ftL-TLEI- S THE thought of home and good home cooking has helped your T. W. Buchnnan, Campbellsville, Ky. L. M.. Mitchell, Campbellsville. Z. H, Harmon, Casey Creek. R. P. Young, Saloma. B. E. Cook, Campbellsville. C. B. Whitney, Hatcher. W.. Mac, Ky. B. F. Sweeden, Merrimac, Ky. W. A. Russell, Campbellsville, Ky. R. L. Marshall, Campbellsville, Ky. COPPER tt - ft W. D. Newberry, Campbellsville, Ky. J. M. Sapp, Hatcher, Ky. )m RANGES vTTm Incorporated BEARING jNLd A. Humphres3, Knifley. W. B. Trotter, Campbellsville. B. W. Warren, Mac. Chas. Hobson, Campbellsville, Ky. L. J. Phillips, Campbellsville, Ky. J. E. Durrett, Campbellsville, Ky. C. R. Perry, Campbellsville, Ky. Geo. Reidel, Spurlington, Ky. the ranges that uphold the fame of Southern cookf, ing the ranges that are made from copper bearing iron and will last a lifetime. It's easy to be a good cook on a Princess Range, because it is throughly dependable, and the many exclusive features for saving time, labor and fuel, . make it a joy to the housewife. rust-proo- W. Et Keltner, Cane Valley. ' ' W. C. Smith, Cane Valley, E, M, Martin, Burdick. Tho3. Dohoney, Columbia. G. A. Smith. Columbia. - ' , t J. E. Graham, Campbellsville, Ky. JLC . The , Buchanan-Lyo- n CAMPBELLSVILLE, Company, KENTUCKY. R. T. Caskey, Campbellsville, Ky. J. W. Kerr, Campbellsville, Ky. S. E. Kerr, Campbellsville, Ky.' F. W. Buchanan, Harrodsburg, Ky. B. Hill, Spurlington, Ky. W. M. Russell, Greensburg, Ky. ' ' J. B. Buchanan, Campbellsville. 1 T. E. Wright, Campbellsville, Ky. C..E. Cofer, Campbellsville, Ky. R. L. Hill, Campbellsville. 1 Dave Speer, Campbellsville. 1 Mary Crouch, Campbellsville, Ky. Xt E. H. Gore, Campbellsville, Ky. Herb. Willock, Campbellsville, y t G. V. Murray, Campbellsville, Ky. at Lafe Richerson, Campbellsville, Ky. L. C. Winfrey, Columbia, Ky. D. W. Gowdy, Campbellsville, Ky. B. H. Stiles, Howardstown, Ky. Wm. Bier, Campbellsville, Ky. M. W. Tucker, Campbellsville, Ky. J. C. Miller, Lebanon, Ky, Creed Crouch, Campbellsville, Ky. E. A. McKinley, Columbia. W. R. Hoskins, Campbellsville . ' ' J. A. Peterson, Campbellsville. , 1 C. E. Russell, Campbellsville. L. R. Tucker, Merrimac. mystifica- Personals. Continued from pagejl. Mr. Ralph Waggener is X3keeae, Okla. -- visiting at was lat-;Jer 3IE& Ira l.Saturday. Sic Simpson, Burkesville, teaching in Daublin, Ga., returned last Saturday. Mr. J. A. English has returned Tirom Mississippi, fle liked the coun-Kfir&ut did not invest. iKjirsa y, part of lts't week. Siissatherine Willis, who has been E. B. McLean was here the ;X3ae,.&lonHceuo..are 'jSrstof the week. Bev B. T. Watson will be at Marrowbone next Sunday. Mis. ft. A. Myers and son, Bobert visiting in 1 MAes Mary Grissom, who teaches sHisic in BetheKJolIege, Hopklnsville, ifs home for her vacation. Mr. &U. Cravens was at home the it man with a new viewpoint in life and a nish the entire afternoon's program ' greater happiness of heart I and the prelude to the evening of the Now that the various Chautauqua Asa matter of fact, about the only FIRST Day. Committees have had time to ac- - thing you can get those Chautauqua On the f irst night the big feature is quaint themselves with all details of boosters to talk about these days is that Jeannette Xling, the remarkably the Chautauqua program,they express remarkable program, effective dramatic, who will present themselves as more certain than ever It starts off with musical program Booth Tafkinton's successful comedy that this season's Chautauqua will be 'by the famous Hugh Anderson real life, "The Country Cousin." the greatest success this community Quintette who appear in a series of of Both the afternoon and the evening has ever known. costumed numbers from the most pop. of the SECOND DAY open with the Those who are closest to the Chau- - ular musical comedies as well as many delightful character presentations, tauqua movement say that the ur Other pieces by present day compose serious and comic character studies, usual diversity of this year's offering era and a number of trench songs of lightning changes, whistling solos and and the extraordinary talent that is to the boy's in France. At the head of bird imitations of the versatileJ appear have made it much easier for this group of brilliant singers isHugh EMERSON WINTERS CO. That the Committees to get results. For Anderson, himself, the impressive afternoon A .H. Harney, one of the they feel that not even the biggest "With him appear Josa- - most forceful speakers on the Chautaugrouch of the vicinity could go through phine Treat, Contralto, Esther Gielo, qua platform, will deliver his straight Chautauqua weekw!thout admitting Soprana, Freda Hiatt, pianist and from the shoulder lecture, "Parasites" It had made him a bigger and better Thelma Newell, violinist, They fur-- 1 At night The Floyds, super magi i . basso-bariton- e. The Community Chautauqua. a brilliant orator andlJustSas brilliant thinker, will lecturelon "Peace" and cians, will entertain with feats. g tions and Concert The clever Flsher-Sh- ipp program for Comqany furnishes the on the the afternoon and the prelude evening" of the THIRD DAY. pro-- . This group of musicians offer a . t "- - inofcrnmeatal 1.1 gram ricn wiui vuw nri of music that is exceptional breadth I appeal. Hin-shaThat night, Hon Edmund H. ,one of the few really big Chautauqua attractions: in America, a mind-readinw Its Problems."' On Swiss the FOURTH DAY Rudolph's Entertainers give a beautiful the program of the music of ' picturesque Alphine republic, includ Orchestra. In addition there will be the usual attractions for the youngsters. The Play Lsdy will look after the smallest tots, and a clean young college student will plan and supervise the pastimes of the older boys Among other things planned for the children are a big costumed pageant and a badge of honor for those boys and girls who earn the money for their own tickets. ing songs, warbiings and a variety of instrumental selections. This company won high praise in Its performance on four of the great continents and many of the islands of the world. At night Dr Cyrus S. Nusbaum, who has just returned from his Red Cross Work, will lecture on the problems of the Community. The FIFTH DAY and last day offers a brilliant close to the Chautauqua in the wontarful music of two grand concerts by Bland's All American