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The Adair County news: July 9, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919070901_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: July 9, 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. f. 1 . N y. f VOLUME XXII JV0atr (jfcmtu Mews 'C r !' NUMBER COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1919. 37 SPOKE HERE MONDAY. Distinguised Visitors. Judge Charles A. Hardin, accompanied by Col. E. H. Gaither, and the latter's sorj, Mr. I. H. Gaither and wife, of near Vera Craz, Mexico, arrived last ..Sunday afternoon from Harrodsburg. The former is the Democratic candiate for Congress in the Eighth district, and is a pouplar gentleman in this county. Col. E. H. Gaither, is a son of Capt. Edgar Gaither, who was born and reared in Columbia and who raised a company of Adair county boys in 1846 and went to Mexico when we had trouble with that country. Col. E. H. Gaither commanded a regiment in the Spanish American war He was born sixty-seve- n years ago, and strange to say, he remembers a number of buildings he saw at that time His son, I. H. .Gartner, is a sugar planter in Mexico. Our people did everything possible to make their visit .pleasant. Married in Louisville. Judge Carter instructs the Grand Picnic at Fair Grounds. 15 iv t HHft yMJaMHiW The Louisville daily papers of last Tuesday stated that licenses had been Judge J. C. Carter and State's Atissued to Leo C. Wright and Miss Do- torney A. A. Huddleston reached Cora Lee Eubank, of Columbia, Ky. lumbia in due time, and Monday The supposition is that the wedding rooming Judge Carter, in his usual took place at the Willard Hotel somestrong way, instructed the grand jury. time during the day Tuesday. The He took up all the crimes known to groom has frequently visited Miss Euthe law, and told the jury, that savbank at her heme in this place. He ing themselves, it was its duty to inis a musician, and is at present endict all offenders. The only way to gaged in teaching bands at several put down who Jury. Last Friday was Independence Day and it was celebrated at several dif- HhHkJ1' : -- .' IBB BHlS KING SWOPE. TO THE VOTERS OF THE EIGHTH Owing to the imposslblity of seeing. all the voters personally in the limited time before the election I take this means of letting them know how I stand on the importa'.t issues of the day. I want ail of tnt voters to bsir in mind that the final election for Congress this year comes on the 2nd hbbb! Republican Candidate for Congress. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: pay at date of discharge The $60 00 bonus recently allowed them was not enough co equip them in civilian cothing because of the high prices aii raxiS. E1GH TH I stand for the interests of the tobacco and hemp growers and day of AuLrust instead of in November farmers of this djstrico and am in favor of a tariff on Manila hemp which JbiRsr I am in favor or esjnomy and retrenchment in the adrn.mstra- - lomes in direTf competition with tionolthe business of rtif Fedeml NINTH I am in favor of a revision Government and to'that end I am in favor of the abolition of all useles- - of- of the Court Martial system now pre- fices and bureaus and favor th- - estab vailing in our armies under which inlishment of a national budget sjstem justice mxsquarades in the guise of The national debt should be vipel justice and under which many men out by economy rather than excess us are gfveii uojuso and severs punlsh-- t merits for trivial aud mwur offenses taxes. SECOND I stand for a reduction j TENTH lam in favor of all meas and modification and simpliucitiou uT ures promoting education and good the income tax; the repeal of taxes oi roads and io all public utterances clothing, shoes, soft drinks and other have advocate l such artic.es of reta.il embrace! in ths All of the above questions are of "Semi-LuxurTax." vital interest to all of us, and if elect-THIRD I am in favor of absolute ed I will devote my time and energy nation wide prohibition 10 the principles above enumerated FOURTH I am opposed to the and will represent the people of this principles of government ownership district and not the politicians 1 as it teuds toward socialism and de propose to wage this campaign along .stroys initiative, enterprise and com- the line of issues, facts and business petition which are the best roans of and not abuse or personalities. Percommercial and industrial sonally, I have only the highest re- progress, cor these reison L am m sard for Judire Hardin, who' has held 'favor of returning the railroids, th public office for the past, twenty years. teiegrapn ana the telepnone lines to j Mave never offered for r owners at the earliest practical iiComcs before I was born at Dan-dat- e and I am in favor of the protection vuie, Ky , educated at Centre College, of the employes with respecc tJ safe- - j graduating in the class of 1914; their pay. ua.eti from Ehe Law school of Ken- FIFTH I am in favor of protect- - tucky State University and admitted ive tariff that will protect American to the Bar iu 1915 and began the goods and American labor from for practice of m profession. In 1916 I eign goods manufactured by cheap la was Elector oa the Republican, ticket bor. A sound protective tariff woujdj for fcneEiKhrh District. An the output millions of dollars Into oir himm break. of the war I enlisted aud was al treasury yearly aud that mouey ! socm commissioned a Captain of come from Europe instead of faatrv tud served m that capacity un 'directly out of the pockets of Ameri- - j ul hostjji ties ceased, when I asked for "can taxpajers I stand for the pro- - tmy discharge I feai that I am n American, laborers both! lti to repres,,ar, t,r,8 b'est interest of of with respect to wages ana working tha peoplsof this dlatiietanU that I conditions amespecia ly qualified to represent the SIXTH I denounce the incompe iuterast. of thosa who havo been in tence. the indifference and the delay the military her vice and thos9 who had of the officers and personnel of the still have .husbands. brothers or ... Bureau of war liisk insurance in ror- - ' S3n4 jri ' Q sarvica warding the Class "A" and Class "B" In conclusion I desire to thank my Allotments to the families of men in Republican friends who so graciously the military service That delay was indorsed me unanimously at the Lex criminal in many iustances. 1 am in ington convention and tendered me favor of an investigation of the de- this nomination a few days thereafter. partment and punishmant of the guil- I wish them to keep in mind that this ty parties. elbction is a special one and contrary SEVENTH 1 stand for the imme- to the usual rule comes on Xhe 2nd diate withdrawal of all American sol- day of August. I desire also to thank diers from Russia or increasing them my friends of the Democratic faith tosuBclent numbers to protect them- who realized tliat the war in a great selves The men who wore the khaki measure has broken down party lines bore the brunt of the war aud are en- and urged me to make this race and titled to representation end conside- pledged me their support in this elecration. I fayor at least three months tion. Rqmember the day to vote-Auxtra pay for all enlisted men who 2nd. eballb honorably discharged from ' KING SWOPE. the araay and navy at tbe raWof their Adv. "'" y 1 pub-thei- , grad-guardin- g J In-wou- ld qual-tectio- ' ..l gust choice language, and it was well received. The day thoroughout was de lightfully spent by all who were in attendance. From the fair grounds the crowd moved to the Lindsy-Wilso- n Campus, and witnessed an interesting game of base ball, the teams being made up with soldiers upon one side and civilians upon the other. The re 36-Nell-Son. sult was 6 to 5 in favor of the civilians. 'The indications in Adair county It is estimated the crowd in town point more strongly than ever before Minus three Fingers. and at the Fair Grounds, was the Notice. to real activities in operating for oil. largest seen here since the days of the I am now Special Agent for the Old Oil men from New York, Pennsyl Johnny Morrison, son of Me. J. W. Fair. Notwithstanding the immense Eeliable Union Central Life Insurance vania and other States arrive here al Morrison, this place, met with a crowd the order "was exceptionally Co. of Cincinnati, O- most daily, all expressing favorable serious accident Thursday.. He good. last The Union Central has been doing opinion of this field. There has nevwas at work in Baker & Morrison's Since writing the above we learn buisness since 1867. January 1st 1919 er been any real work in this county. Spoke Factory, located on Harrods-forwe had admitted assets 8128,164,481. that the soldiers marched at the Fair We have the cheapest rate of A few shallow wells have been put He was feeding the dresser when Grounds, about sixty in number. any Life Insurance co. doing busi- down, the machinery being inade- his left hand got; caught in the ' Also that Dr. Bushong and a colored ness in this of the quate for deep wells. But the men machine, cutting off three fingers on speaker of Louisville, spoke to the country. who are coming in now say that they his left hand. colored soldiers on the Burkesville. Any one figuring on Life Insurance, will have machinery to go down from The young man was brought to pike. call or see 1,800 to 2,500 feet. This in our judg. Columbia and the stub3 of his fingers Count T. Stults, Spec. Agt ment is the proper conclusion. Don't were dressed by Drs. Rus3ell and Death of a Good Woman. Columbia, Ky. stop drilling at the surface. If oil is f Hindman It will be several months in the county find it, before he can use his disabled hand. Last Saturday night, about thehour On Saturday, July 6th, Mrs. Mary of 9 o'clock, Mrs. Mary Richards, of For Sale. Farlee's birthday, her friends on Public Sale. this place, wife of J. W. Richards, died Bomer Heights and Tutt's Addition, at her home in this city The deceasalso some friends in the country, near Sow and pigs. Miss Addie Smith, Saturday July 12, 1 will offer the ed was a devoted christian, and before by, gathered at her home, 67 in numColumbia, Ky. following described property at my she became afflicted was a regular of the best pre. ber, and spread one home 2 miles from Columbia on Stan- attendant UDon the church ordinances. Marriage Licenses. pared and most bountiful dinners ford road. Household goods, consistShe was a member, of the Baptise that it lias been our pleasure to par ing of one nice suit of furniture, 1 Church, but in the absence of a ministake of for many days. Mrs. Fatlee - S. O. Neat, county clerk, has issued Kirtzman piano. 1 Columbia phono- ter of her denomination, the funeral was from home when the crowd as- the following marrriage licenses since graph, 1 singer sewing machine, a lot services were conducted by Eld. Z. T. sembled. Mr. Kimbler drove away in our last report: of chairs, tables and many articles Williams, who knew the excellent and Londie Antle to Vernie Blair, John his car and brought her home, by common to housekeepers. A lot of beautiful Christian life of the deceased, which time, everything was in readi- H. Wilson to Annie M. Wll3on, pure bred leghorn chickens, few tools and paid high tribute to her spotless ness, and all did full justice to the Shreve D. Squires to Mamie Pollard. of different kinds, 3 fine brood sows, character. She was an invalid for a good things. Mrs. Farlee showed W. E. Wilson to Ada Wilson, 1 has 9 pigs by her side now. One number of years. Many frlenda and that she was very much affected by Lilburn T. Fitzpatrick to Ethel extra jersey milch cow, 1 Ford touring relatives attended the funeral and the denomstration of friendship and Williams, Alvln Gaskins to Mary car, in A. 1 condition. Terms made burial, and there were a number of said, "I knew that I had friends, but Williams. known on day of sale. Sale starts floral designs. The deceased was 60. did not know that I had so many promptly at 10 o'clock. Doing Well. years old. She left no children. May Messrs. J. P. Beard and W. L. Frank-ur- n J. A. Williams. God comfort the husband. made themselves real useful in Henry Morgan,. Clel and Bradley J. S. 'Breeding, auctioneer. preparing table, etc. It was the exFor Sale. Tarter, who recently purchased Mr. pressed wish of the entire crowd that More people attend the courts of W. E. Noe's Ford cars, and are runour friend, Oris Barger, would fully county than any county in all ning the same between Columbia and Adair A good Jersey milch cow and recover. this section of the State. This is acCampbelisville, report that they are calf. Apply to Lawrence PickOne Surely on Hand. doing a thriving business. They are counted for by Columbia being a good ett, Campbelisville, Ky. The Missionary Convention of the careful chauffeurs and they are- - ever stock market. There is more or less every county Christian Church convened at Roley ready te give the traveling public stock offered for sale at Mr. M. L. Grissom and Jo F. Patte-so- n and every circuit court. This of 29 th. It was largely quick trips between the two towns. June 27 to the have formed, a partnership and attended, and the Secretary reports They go day and night and are al- course is a drawing card for all stock will enter the undertaker's business n. that the work presented by the dele- ways on iime. They are thankful for dealers. This is also the delivery over the firm name of Giissom & point. J. W. Pendleton, of Greens-burgates of each Church was really grat- the patronage they are receiving. Mr. Grissom met, a few weeks was here last Wednesday reifying, better than at any former It State Board of Embalm-er- s. ' ago, with the ceiving lambs. Taylor, of meeting. Eld. W. B was examined as to his qualificaAdetestible' individual is one who Burkesville, failed to put in an ap- is everlastingly sticking tions, passed, and received his license.. his nose in Notice. pearance, but Eld. J. Q. Montgomery The firm will be ready for business other people's business. This chartook his place and delivered a fine adas soon as a stock of coffins and casacter of person has no business himThe Soldiers meeting at Weed on They will dress on "Christian Education.'' The self of any consequence, and it woula the same ground will be held on the kets can be purchased. good people of the Roley community place be hard matter to find an individual 6th and 7th of August 1919, the have an auto hearse, and their handsomely. entertained who cares a tinkers cuss for his preachers G. W. Shadoens of Somerset of business will be announced latere Mr. C. C. Holt, who lives at Mont-pelie- opinions. L. F. Payne, T. M. Pardue and Willie Mr. W. H. Ross, of Creelsboro, and is in a very low state of health, Boe. All Soldiers old and young In- his daughter, Mrs Duvall, were here Attention, Property Owneri. and for some days has been in a sanvited to be present. last Tuesday and while here Mr. Ross Lexington. He has a neritarium at 1 am now in my office and I want T. G. Coffey chairman. bought, as the representative of his vous trouble and his relatives and the to call as rapidly as the farm of Mi. S. D. Bar-be- e, and Mrs. Nat Miss Alice Walker friends are very uneasy about him. they can and list their property. upon which the latter resides, Walker gave a social to the young His physician wrltoa that he is imL. H. Jones, Tax Commissioner. near Garlin. three and one half miles . people in honor of their cousin, Allen proving, but MrT Holt writes his-- wife b east of Columbia. It Is our underEubank, last Saturday night. Many that there has been no change for the standing that the consideration was Marcus Richards, charged with attended, and it was a very enjoyable in his condition. better 84,000. Mr Barbee will give forgery, who was recently shot and affair. Refreshments were served. The close to Mr. Duvall . Very good prospects for watermel- wounded by Jas and Isham Kearns, hours were from 8:30 toeleven o'clock, possession late this fall. in the LincV ons in this county, and before many was brought before the County Judge and they seemed very short to the was formerly a student weeks they will be upon the market. last Thursday for trial. He waved an guests. It is said that Mr. Yance, who lives examination and his offense will go crowd was in town Monday For the present term of circuit A large near Garlin, has quite a lot of very .before the gand jur. was good with the mercourt, there are 56 misdemeanor and business fine ones that will be ripe by the last grocerymen. The hotel The Holy Rollers, as we are In- cases before the court; 9 felony cases, chants and of this month. houses fed a great many formed,' have pitched their tent at and 21, new appearances. There and boarding Mr. Yelmer Aaron, of this county, Garlin four miles from Columbia and-ar- are a number of other cases on the people. a discharged soldier, and Mias Mary holding meetings day and night. docket, but the parties are not beRussell & Co., are now open and Wilcoxson, of Green county, were ,. fore the court. but their e "The old postage rates on letters married in Louisville last Tuesday. The show going people of Columbia will not be on exhibition for Borne About two years ago the bride was a and cards was resumed the first day of July. Two cents now carries a and those who live near town, would weeks student in,Lindsey- - Wilson. be' glad to hear that the show people card. letter and ono cp;i L. W. Bennett purchased a fat cow, Caldwell, Mont-pller- ,Hutchion & arranged to put on Paramount had "n iiehL-ttuQuite a lot changed hands pictures. They draw a fuHttL as sold L. W. Bennett last w ;. hare last Moeday. worth of hogs. 'ttw generally teach? high-minded 2t k. crime is to bring those different points in Kentucky. engage in unlawful acts to justice. The bride is a very popular and inMr. Huddleston. is busily engaged telligent school teacher, a daughter prosecuting offenders who are before of Mrs. Fetna Eubank, of this place, the Court. and her many friends trust that she will be happy with the gentleman of for Sale. choice, as she deserves an honorher able, companion. 50 Water tight barrels, hold from 20 to 50 gallons, and can be uned for Oil' Interest. any purpose. ferent places in Adair County. Here in Columbia people gathered at the Fair Grounds with the discharged soldiers, and a bountiful old time picnic was spread. There were also several patriotic addresses, Dr. P. W. Bushong of Metcalfe county, being one of the speakers. Rev. B. T. Watson, of this place, was master of ceremonies. Dr. Bushong's address was clothed in section 34-t- Pat-teso- g, r, tax-paye- rs son-in-la- 37-2- sey-Wilso- n. e main-stock- p'al d , Thurs-day,$2,2- 00 k ( 0 t & 7-1-- 111? ADAIR COUNTY NWS SQTES 39 and resided either at Casey's and Butler's Station or at Casey's Station, upon Putter's Fork, and COUNTY. served as .a spy upon the Indians from one of those stations and John avroe Steele. was one of the men, who em ployed Arthur Hopkins to teach No. 22. school, as above related. Casey, while residing upon SL..WlLLIAM;CASEY, MRS JANE Butler's Fork of Russell, repre4JE JENNIEjCASEY, AND JUDGE sented Green county in the GenBOBERT TODD. eral Assembly, in 1795, and in Ie.C793, Casey caused to be 1800 and 1802, he sat in the Genapead and taught the first eral Assembly as a senator for iscbaol ever taught within the the district in which Green countboaja&a of Adair county. At ty was situated. For the years, comZtesAte it was the first school of 1794 and 1795, he was the mander of the militia for Green which there is any record or He employed one A- county, and probably field the rthur Hopkins, who afterwards, same position during other years, jrestded at Lexington, to teach and, from that service, received cschoal for the period of one year, the title of colonel, which he an. Casey's and Butler's Station, bore throughout the remainder :aai fa Casey's Station, on Bu- of his life. FAf ter the creation of tter's Fork. For this service, Adair county, he sat as a senator Casey agreed to pay Hopkins the for his district, but there are no :sara. of fourteen pounds, and records now extant, which will Jsaac Butler, John Reynolds, show theexact years. He was jFron.2is Pelham, John Harvey, evidently a very successful poljHcary Rennick and William Bu- itician, as well as a fighter of tter, jointly, agreed to pay him the Indians. He was not a fin jfiea pounds which in all amoun- ished public speaker, and made ted to less than ten dollars per no pretense o oratory, but was tmonth. The exceeding scarcity always able to present and de(at money in the county, at the fend his convictions in a way, vtime, is shown, not only by the that was convincing to his hearmeager salary which was paid ers. He spoke from the rostto the teacher, but the manner trum in a straight forward and rfofifcs payment. When the years simple, but impressive manner. reaching had been finished, Isaac When the circuit court system iSutler, Wm. Butler, Reynolds, was organized in Kentucky, the IPelham, Harvey and Rennick court consisted of a lawyer, who gpaid to the teacher, the ten was the presiding judge of the spounds, which they had prom- court, and two associated'judges, ised him, by giving to him o- who were not necessarily law rders upon Casey for the amounts yers. Lol. uasey was made one ttiae them for their services as of the associate judges of the upon the Indians. Casey circuit court for Adair county. then the commander of the The first circuit court for Adair smilitia in the county. Casey county .was held on the 7th day dcjchargtd of February, 1803, by Robert the twenty-fou- r faounds due Hopkins, by conve- Haskins and Wm. G. Bryant, ying and to him. The lands, the two assistant judges of the awtoch were conveyed by Casey circuit court. On September Hopkins, were, afterwards, 5th, 1803, Allen M. Wakefield, iio ievied upon and sold to satisfy an attorney of Greensburg, Ky., filed a certificate showing that jaa. execution in favor' of one which was issued upon a he, as a circuit judge, had been judgment recovered in the Quar-.ie- r assigned for duty to the circuit Sessions Court, of Green composed of the courts held for county, m favor of Settles Green, Adair, Cumberland and against Hopkins. The levy and Barren, and thereafter, was, for .sale were made by Trabue, several years, the presiding judge deputy sheriff, and the land of the Adair circuit court. On y3 was purchased by Benjamin February 4th, 1805, Col. William jLaoipton, the maternal erand-,ath- Casey was made an assistant of Mark Twain, who re- judge of the Adair circuit court, sided upon an adjoining tract of and, on April 1st, 1805, Robert ON ADAIR mmBmmmWkmAmmAmmmmMwmmwmmmmmBmmmnmm WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. WOODSON LEWIS, 39 WOODSON ?-- LEWIS M sn tra-.ditio- n. m J. I. CASEiTHRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat crop. A Good'Price is Guaranteed. See TJs In Time And Place Tour Order Early For A New Case .Order To Be Reacty For The Threshing Season. - Outfit In If it's a Tractor you want, try a Case. - JL. Plow corn, pull all kinds of farm machinery, and They are save time and labor. I GUARANTEED ii-ofe- s We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. WOODSON GRJEENSBURG, since his earliest youth, with opportunity of acquainting himself with but few books, addressing himself to the administration of the laws and hearing and deter, mingall the questions of law and equity, which arose in the courts of that time. He passed upon the sufficiency of the pleadings, as tested by the intricate rules of the common law, and administered justice between litigants, whose contentions often arose out of the principles of the laws, which related to the lands in a new country, where precedents were scarce and unknown fc. To Be Continued. LEWIS KENTUCKY. X4 Set-tEe- s, lllilSiiilliiilHSHiiiiiiiiiSiliSiiHiiS Dr OFFICE 164. -- Elam Harris Residence 123-- $ er Tobacco Hail Insurance It is Too Late After the Hail Storm. OFFICE: Second Floor - jland. ed When Green county was in 1792, it included the tively, held their offices until the Todd became the other assistant judge. Casey and Todd, respecoffice of Cor. Main andiDepotjSts- OAMPBEIiLSVILLE, ICY. Localand Goi3ra An23thetiC3 AdminU a . -- jm jaintHK which comprises the preser. county of Adair, and in Tffbjch Casey resided. Casey was appointed to the office of a judge ,oi the Quarter Sessions 'jConrk tfor Green county, and jheldilke office for several years. jIii "1799. Casey was elected a member of the convention which f. ormtflated the second constitution for the state of Kentucky, and his nume is found subscribed o copies of that instrument. He wsm elected from the county of Green, which was then a very Jarge county, but with not a very numerous population. Casey, at that time, resided at his ' 'station upon the Butler's Fork of Russell. Casey was the first person who aver acted in the capacity of a personal representative of a ased-person, within the bounds of Green county, after its organization and before the creation of Adair county. The deceased -- territory assistant judge of the dece- JVi A circuit courts was abolished, about the year, 1815. Neither Casey nor Todd were lawyers, and if either of them had ever received to any extent a legal education, it is not now remembered. During the years in which Casey held the office of assistant judge of the circuit court, there were, frequently, terms of the court held, when the circuit and presiding judge, who was a lawyer, was not present, and upon these occasions, the courts were held by Casey and Todd, and from the records made, it appears, that all of the business of the court was transacted as though the circuit judge was present. Casey, being the senior assistaut judge, upon the occasions of the absence 'of the circuit judge, became the presiding judge and signed the orders of the court. The spectacle was presented of this strong, gliffhtlYducattd man, who had WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Giv me a Call. Q. R. REED, J. C. YATES S$tl$3 Mall Car Ford Car Columbia, INSURANCE Keutucky. ----- Hope Is 8 0 Hope, is the most lustruoiisgem in life's store of jewels, Itshines through the gloom of horror, lights up the night of woe) sheds glory over the miseries of toil. Sorrow loses its sting, the unknown its terror, even sin its power, when God, pitying our helplessness, sets in the skies of the future this light of hope. Without it the evils of life would overwhelm us and good things of the world would seem worthless. It is the food of love, men's holiest virtue. It links the present joys of x fruition. Ever fling from us, yet ever within our sight, it lures from the finite into the infinite. For when the whirl of life is over when this world' joys no longer tempt us nor its perils terrify us, hope turns our eyes to the sphere wherein the soul will find its true delight. Nor do we know even then hope's work is "over. For with th6 higher ends we pursue, with the wider thoughts we think with the deeper wisdom we know it wings its flight through eternity So mysterious, so limitless is this wonderful gist of hope. AUTOMOBILE LINE GiokimDIa and Gampbellsvllie HATI V L S-5- $2.00 Round Trip, Rd 8 9 8 Trip, $30 $2.75 Special Attention to Traveling Men T-i- On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of r i .t i i i on, ana oinet mcreasea expenses we are competed to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: ii 8 8 Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. ra.. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. phone- s- tgj-a- Sf W. E. NOE. TVTEMJ17Q THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS his last short orders savagely. Gau-ch- o was already at tjie patio, calling that the horses were ready, that several of the men had already ridden southward after the hammering Stanway flung himself into the saddle, teeth sot, face white, jieart pounding madly. Then he and Gaucho raced away upon the second Invasion of a land at hoof-beat- s. succeeded in getting -- DICE nf J it Is Destiny f ;: By Jackson Gregory Copyright i !;& SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Senor don Antonio do la Guerra, wealthy Spanish ranch owner on border, the American side of the Mexicanattorney is informed by his American that a technical error has been found in his will. The senor signs a new document without reading it. Teresa, only grandchild CHAPTER of the senor, finds evidence of a struggle In the library and her grandfather missing. The belief is that the senor has been carried across the border by Mexican rebels. Billy Stanway, Teresa's sweetheart, takes command of the situation and orders the servants and vaqueros to arm themselves. CHAPTER in Stanway, with twenty men, starts In pursuit of the rebels. They meet Eduardo Ramon Torre, kinsman of Teresa, who has been wounded, he claims, by the escaping rebels. CHAPTER IV Stanway loses the rebels" trail and returns to the hacienda. Teresa shows him the copy of the new will which she has found and which leaves all the property to Torre. CHAPTER V An emissary from the rebels arrives with the news that the senor is well and Is being held for $20,000 ransom. Torre tries to assume authority as the heir, but Stanway takes command of the situation. CHAPTER VI Dempton, the senor's lawyer, is brought to the hacifenda at Stanway's order and is accused of having received pay from Torre for altering the senor's will. CHAPTER VH Torre, who has been detained under guard by Stanway, admits that he Is responsible for the senor's disappearance. He demands $20,000 to renounce all claim to the estate and to return the senor .unharmed. Refusal will mean the senor'sjdeath within 24 hours. CHAPTER VIII The hacienda is in the night on a signal given by Torre from within. He is foiled in his attempt to escape. heavy and old, made rudely of IroD ;nd, like the old keys of the mission days, some eight Inches long, 'I am not sure," Pdro whispered, his eyes feverishly bright "5Tou can tIl. CallTCor Josefa. She cares for the senor's rooms. Have her go there with you. Let her see if anything is missing. She will know ; she has cared for his rooms for twenty years. Will you let me know, senor? Here is the key." A sudden hope leaned up into Stan way's heart as his ,hand closed about the old key, a hope which in no way could he explain. If this were the key which unlocked the place where the old master yes, and the young mistress had been hidden, what then? He was as far as ever from knowing where was the lock which And, yet Pedro's this key fitted. words Josefa "I'll let you know, Pedro!" he called back from the door. And he was gone, walking swiftly through the house, asking for the old serving woman. CHAPTER X. ed Josefa to leave the room. "When she Had gone he closed the door, carut back to the key, and took it again in his hands. "That opens the door behind which he Is a prisoner," he told almself ii"T angrily. "He and perhaps Tecosa. 1 have the key, and I tan't tell whre the door is. And It is getting dark. Teresa " Long and moodily he stared at the cumbersome key. Its dull surface the now delight- LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Preset, PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. YOUNG TODD, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also EUwood and American Fence.. ROOFING 5f del n A Bold Game. , "You will know, Josefa, if there is anything missing from the master's room?" "Si, senor. I know each little thing. There has been no change for " Incorporated many years." The small, wrinkled, almost black 116 Eaat Matkcl Street' between first and Brooh face of the little ola Indian woman Ky, looked up curiously into Stanway's. "Then come. Let us hurry." He led the way. They went through Stared at the Cumbersome Key. e the drawing room, where one of the house servants was lighting the can- seemed to him to be hiding from him He and Gaucho Raced Away. dies, where Torre was pacing back the things he wanted to know. It seeemed to him that suddenly it showing war with itself, where every man and forth, his restlessness had grown cold there in De la Guermust carry his own hope in his own for the first time. Teresa de la Guerra's scream had ra's bedroom. 308C3SQ3G80S- hafrd. He shivered, and, taking up his sounded through the house early that They rode across drying streams morning through his at three o'clock. The long candle, went room, way back word to arroyos, along day and through with no the drawing had dragged, and now it was dry, barren ridges, through little Torre, with no glance even, for he growing dark. green valleys, across long wastes feared that now he could not let his prisonStill Torre and where the coyote hunted. And at ers; still Dempton Juarez were fretted and fumed eyes go to the handsome, evil face night they came back, worn out by and keep his hand back, and at last in the great library. the merciless grind of the day upon and sulked Torre looked up quickly, his eyes to Pedro's bedside. spent horses whose legs trembled pitPedro, waiting for him Impatiently, eager, expectant. ifully under them. And they had at him, giving no Stanway glanced tried to lift himself upon an elbow, found what they found before noth- swift turning of satisfaction in the and failing in that turned his bright his eyes. Torre ing. American. frowned and bit at his lip. Juarez black eyes upon thesay, Stanway did not stop to eat or to looked to Josefa?" he "What did she COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. his leader with both quesTorre "did not speak, but, turning rest. He drank thirstily at the leapasked quickly. "It is the master's away, made a cigarette, Captain Ju- ing fountain in the patio, and went tion and criticism in his gaze. Josefa followed the rancher, and key?" arez, seemingly just awakened, threw immediately to the house and to the "Yes, Pedro," answered Stanway they passed on through the drawing his blanket aside and sat up on his room which was now an improvised dispiritedly. "But what is the use? room? The door closed behind them.-couch, his eyes roving from face to hospital ward for the accommodation She does not know what door it "Now, Josefa." face, coming to rest at last upon Tor- of Pedro and Celestino. opens." Stanway threw open the door of re's as though he were awaiting a He found Pedro conscious, very "But I know !" said "Pedro brightly. Jt- move. His eyes were as white and weak from the blood which the Senor de la Guerra's bedroom. leader's Stanway laid-- his "You know!" 3K- grave as Torre's, his sense of a crisis he had lost. A doctor had come Josefa, lifting a very white handker- hand on the wounded man's arm. m chief to her very black ieyes, crossed as clear. from La Panza and had gone, leaving "Tell me. Quick !" "Senor Stanway." It was Torre his simple directions and simpler herself and stepped over the thresh"When the master was young he old. speaking coolly, his voice steady and medicines. lived in Spain, where the old master, "Look, Josefa! Is there anything indifferent "I should like a word Pedro would live. his father, sent him to go to school. missing?" with you." LOY 6c I.OV3E: Here a knife had bit deep and had builded of He had the key in his pocket; she In the home there, senor, was astones "Have I time to bandy words with cost Pedro much blood, but by forroom like an old castle, Shop, where both SatisfactioDfand A Sanitary He looked at her in you?" cried the rancher angrily. "This tune and a fraction of an inch no had not seen a moment' tense with expectant wait- where many times he 'was locked up Gratification are Guaranteed. last thing you have done is insanity, vital point had been reached. ing, not sure why he was so eager by his tutor because he was wild and Torre. You have gone too far." Celestino, as white and more weak did not fall in love with his books. say. Josefa's be Give "Or not far enough ! Which is it?" than Pedro, lay very still, not having for the word she should eyes, showing again as she folded and I have-- heard him laugh and tell about voice was stern now, and rang once regained consciousness. He smoothed His it to the padre from La Panza. When her with defiance and triumph. He was might live, for Celestino had a won- about the room. handkerchief, roved he came away he brought the key to derful store of health and vitality in sure of himself, of his position. prison room with him. That is She shook her head slowly, and still that T told you," he ran on, his cheeks that great frame of his. The doctor the key you have, senor!" her eyes went upon their quest. Stanway looked at the man with flushed now, his voice ringing out still would come again, tonight or early "There is nothing missing," she more clearly in the hush in the room, tomorrow. Pedro seemed exswift suspicion. "Pedro," asked Stanway, with a said, speaking thoughtfully. "Ever- cited over the key; a look of great "I warned you what I should do. I ything" was in his eyes, and the asked twenty thousand dollars last quick glance at the other bed and She broke off suddenly, her old fig shrewdness key unlocked a door in Spain! If he night and you refused to make terms. then coming to Pedro's side, "how are ure growing rigid, her eyes brighten was becoming delirious things with you?" You were a fool! "Not so had, senor," Pedro an ing. Tnen she ran across the room "Now I ask fifty thousand! And I "I am not in a fever, senor," said to a far corner which was a bit in Pedro quickly, seeing the thought in shall get it. I don't hide behind swered faintly. "The senorita?" Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Millior Dollars'shadow as Stanway held his candle the American's eyes. "But that Key words; I am not afraid of the open! "We have not found her yet," Stan- above his head. Every night be- Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agents Committee and Trustee, aad.cn iusi me something. I play my game of dice where all men way admitted regretfully. "But we "It is gone!" she cried, amazement tells going to my bed I go to the masas such in any County in theiState. fore can see the ivory cubes roll out of the shall find her soon, Podro. Did you in her voice. "See where it has been ter's room to see if he wishes anyPays 3 per cent rer Annum on Time Deposits. see the men who attacked you? Do bos! for twenty years for more than thing, to take any commands for the ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G. STITET. S , JOHN STITES. President. "It is I I who have caused the dis- you know where they came from? twenty years ! And it is gone!" next day. I went last night after it appearance of the Senor de la Guerra. We had sentinels out all night They It is I who have caused the senorita swore that no men came from across to "What, Josefa?" is Stanwayis hurried was late, just before I went to the liis side. "What it that gone?" senorita's door. It was habit, senor. Teresa to be taken away from under the border." unn "The key!" she whispered, her I could not have gone to sleep unless your very eyes. And I do not deny Pedro shook his head.A i "I was asleep, senor. Then I heard voice suddenly dropping "See where I went there." For the game is mine!" hung against the wall. See where "Well?" sharply. "You wouldn't dare " began StanCelestino call out I thought he was it way. "I heard a little sound. ,It was the dreaming. I sat up, half asleep, you it hung so long that it left its own I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes Torre's short laugh cut into his know, senor. Then I saw. There shape like a picture. But who could 'scratching of a window shade. I I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses went, closed the window, and locked were three men, I think. Perhaps have taken it?" swift words. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Stanway, peering above the old it tightly. And while looking for the "Dare! Don't I dare everything to four. I don't know. One struck poor woman's head, the candle held close sound I saw the key in its place. It stand up this way before you and tell Celestino as he sat up, and another Office Phone, 165. Residence Phone, 29. youi what I have done, what I am sprang 'at him. But then they were to the wall, saw, dimly 'enough but was there at eleven o'clock last night, - Columbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, going to do? Mother of God, senor, upon me too, and I heard the seno- plainly, the" mark which the key, senor." hanging from a little peg, had left. "You are sure, Pedro? You are rita cry out, and they struck me over I dare anything!" "What key was it?" he asked sharp- very certain that this key was in the There was bravado In the words, the head and put a knife into me ly. arrogance, a haughty disdain of the here." master's room at eleven o'clock?" "The master's. He would allow no 'iVery certain, senor." men who held him prisoner, who they rushed into the "And then one to touch It He had it kept there But it Is impossible, Pe"Then looked into his face with hard, hunroom?" always, where he could see it In the dro! You say that you locked the gry eyes, who thirsted openly for his "It is so hard to know what hapHi , WL blood. He saw the look, say the pened, senor. I don't think that they morning, at night when he went to windows? All of them?" bed. And it is gone!" "All, senor." tightening of lean brown hands upon went into the senorita's room. When "And the door as you came out?" "But" cried Stanway Impatiently, dagger hilt and revolver and he I woke my eyes went first to her door. !!! his hand upon her arm, "what was it laughed at them. "I locked, senor. T4ie key was undBring your broken parts of machinery to us and we Jf It is always the first t'i!n which I er-my for? What did it open?" "By Heaven!" muttered Stanway see when I wake. It bed. I gave it to you just ts closed. will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, Bronze,.' HF Josefa looked at him with wide now. And there Is only one key upon half aloud, "he's a man anyway!" "I think that it was locked. I tell eyes. "But the master would be an the rancho only one in the world He whirled and went out, calling you I heard her call out while Celes Lrr copper, and all other kinds of metal. gry, if he knew. He has had it there which will unlock it!" tino was being struck, before they impossible!" for twenty years much longer, I "But then it is made everything go black for me. Stanway, restless, upon his feet, think." There were other men in there. "But, Josefa," Stanway hurried on, strode back and forth, frowning. If !! "I suppose they came through the "can't you think what door it opens? the key had been there last night, if balcony. But these men where did must know, Jo- door and windows had been locked, ill Can't you guess? they go? How did they come "in?" sefa. Think. Is I Welarefprepared to do all kinds of machine work,. no Up, it some room in the if they had been locked when he went HI trembling whisAm permanently located in Co, His voice sank to a be to the room then hoy could one, of III house here?" , per. "Senor, can it that some of matter how large or small. "No, no, senor! Not here." Josefa men who attacked Pedro have Iumbia. the servants are traitors? That they shook her head. "I should know, the it in his hand at three o'clock : had in and let them have let these-meAll Clares of DeDral work doner Crow then. I think, senor, it must be the in the morning? go?" key to some room in his beloved "You mean," he saMplowly, com- die and Inlay work a Specialty, r "That is what I have been think- Spain. It Is for no room upon the ing back to the bedside, "that ih,Q at1 Mi ing all day, Pedro. But you mustn't rancho. Of , All Work Guaranteed that I am sure, senor." tack upon you and Celestino was talk too much this time. Til come "What is this, Josefa?") made by men who are among the Jit Office: next door io post office. Weare fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor UL to see you again." Suddenly he had drawn the great, house servants or the De la Guerra "Wait a minute, senor. There is heavy key from his .pocket, holding It vaqueros?" workiand guarantee satisfaction on alii work. one other thing." There was no hes"No, senor." before her eyes. She stared at it, Stanway came back swiftly. with a little cry put out her itationthe voice was confident. "The "What is it?" he demanded sharply, then shaking hands for men wore handkerchiefs about th Ir seeing a light In 'Pedro's eyes which it, gracias a Dios!" she faces, but I know that they were not "That is Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist & vhad not been in them before. r put it back so of our men. They were strangers to jjj something which I found. It muttered. "We shall "It is i Special attention given Diseases, of al' fell from the hand of one of the men that the master will not be angry me." Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile when he returns. Quick, senor! Let "But," cried Stanway, "how could lit when Celestino struck back at him. Domestic Animals us put it back. Maybe it's being gone such a thing be? How could they !!! HE , Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. I had them bring it to me here. 1 brought the bad luck. Maybe when have gotten into the master's room? n? Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on have not talked about it; I have it is on the wall once mora good luck Then how coula they have gotten to 1!! t cm.tfnl fn-- irk " KENTUCKY: AT CAMPBELLSVILLE, Jamestown road will corap back to the rancho.", the senorita's room without soms one . His hand was fumbling under ois V why seeing-theAnd as not ?nm he had agam huns of ou,r men Phone JUG. . blanket, and he brought a Key, vervi . K , ... fit .. f-W.V ",,. ..lMi. Fence Posts Louisville, ffllfcfr" r sun-bake- If jj jj DEHLEP BROS. CO- - ixi W. T. PRICE Qr 4 d SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE: INSURANCE. "INSURANCE THAT INSURES $$ sm&Gm X X Columbia Barber Shop 5K5K5Ki5K5K?K3 . it us a Trial and Convinced. H6KH0Ki 39KHeK3K3fc The Louisville Trust jJccf - LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. it UNDERTAKER. A-- ' a's nmnnninniHHiHtnrminiHfHnMnHHnmniiHHimiiJ m UxyAcetyiene weiaing ... ,. w. m w m m HENRY W. DEPP, All Grades of Machine Work f n kl -- j S Auioana racxor Kepairin W L. H. Jones m y ffi it Keams BurKhoider Machine Shop fr l)F nr -- --- Columbia, Kv. -- O ... m.u-....- .,, To be Continued.) , . at , w 4- Couryty .NeiJs by Judge in an appropriate W. Bpeech' by but THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'Adair; at the. same time we want to III W. Jones. see industry manifested by our - Paltlisked Oh Wednesdays. f& Gokm6iaf Keivtacky- MRS. BA1SY Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court candidates, fight as though they of Appeals, presented, in a well were funning for their t lives. A woraea nve minutes speecn, Judge Hardin. - Capt. Swope is quite young, as above stated,-- and. some of the statements he'made, as to what he would do were he. elected, to Congress, were rather extravagant. long pull, a united pull, will land the Democratic candidates in November, it matters not whether Black or Carroll head3 the ticket. From Germany. ' III ' III j- Kr-2Sai- , HAMLETT, Manager. 0 ' III Democratic Be wvpaperdeToted to the Interest ftb City of Colombia and tha ptcpla of Adair sd adjoining conatle. Entered at the Columfea' as second 7 III H KMbL L S Jm AiiWaLK " I III I 111 1 T THE UNIVERSAL CAR Post-offi- r Dear Aunt and Uncle: Ford cars have become such a world utility that it Received your letter last night. v I III I x The first one since March, but ' would almost seem as if every family ought to have its WED. JULY 9, 1919. maybe you have written several Ford car. Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan, (the times before, but got lost some Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone, way. it was a fat one, and was I two latter have enclosed bodies,) and the Truck Chassis, f 1,50 per yer. Every Democrat in Adair coun- glad to get it. Was dated May III All Zones beyond 2nd. $2.00 perTyear lllS All Subscription due and Payable in Advance ty must be at the polls and vote 24th. You asked me to write Ijl havereally become a part and parcel of human life. You Con- about some of my experiences in for Judge C. A. Hardin for want, one uccause win us pruuiaoie mr you. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. gress on the 2nd of August. He this world war. My first going m III m in is to be elected on that date, not "over the top," was. at St. We stlicit your order at once because, while production is FoitCongbess. III ft III nominated. communiWas put in the C. A. HARDIN, I come, first supplied. limited, it will befirst cation trench after a forty kilo- jn MercerJCounby. of ' III 'Remember that Judge C. A. III ' meter hike with about 65 pound Hardin, of .Mercer county, is the packs, without counting our ri FOB STATE SENATOB. ' Democratic candidate for Con': ", '. 19th Senatorial District fie. It was September 12. That BUCHANAN-LYO- N CO., gress, to fill out the late Harvey J. R..GARNETT night about one o'clock, our bar I III I Incorporated j Helm's term. He is to be elect of Adair County. " rage opened up at one time. It I ed Saturday. August 2nd. Let CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY: COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. earth-quakseemed as if it was an MONDAY'S SPEAKING. every Democrat.in Adair county You could see light for vote. d The court-hous-e was miles around. We stood up in last Monday, to hear the political It is likely that a popular Dem- mud to our knees all night with issues of the day discussed, Capt. ocrat of Taylor county will be- fixed bayonets, ready to go over BBaE3BJBMCZMj lMMMMBaPIMMMMMMMWBiWHBBMMaafcUli-IUJWUWia.'l.Ul,UM ...miBB J King Swdpe, of Danville, and. come a candidate to represent at five o'clock. Some of our Judge Chas. A. Hardin, of Adair and Taylor in the Lower boys were so tired from days of being the speakers. House of the next General As- exertion, they fell down in the These gentlemen are opposing sembly. His name will go on mud trench with their- heavy candidates for Congress in the the ballot by petition. As Boon packs on, and went to sleep Eighth district, Capt. King as we get his name we will give amid all the excitement of our Swope representing the Repubartillery and machine guns. Ar. it to the district. lican party and Judge Hardin five o'clock we went over and the Democratic party. The auPresident Wilson will probably had an easy going for .five kilos dience was about equally divided land in New York today, and as our artillery did great damage politically, and both speakers will be given a hearty welcome. to the Boche. Our objective were given the closest attention. He will speak in one of the most was Thiercourt, which we took. . . V A 1. e Capt. Swope was the first prominent halls in the evening. We were shifted to the Dress in speaker and he arraign the State Watch the Kepublican Senators front after a few days SDKs. Democratic administration for who have been opposing the rat-- , rest. We hiked every foot of extravagance in office, and he ification of the League of Na- the way to, Champaing. It was also spoke derogatory of the Nat- tions. If they do not vote for it hot. Some of ouiv, boys were S ional Administration under Dem- when it is submitted for adop- overcome with heat from the -ocratic rule. He is quite a young tion, they will be as' dumb as hike very good, but lost weight We walked into the French man with a pleasing personality oysters. on the night of Sept and spoke earnestly, his stateThe State primary will soon be trenches We sure had ments putting his side of the here. The candidates for Gov- 30th at some-PNew Spring Suits for Men and Boys. house in exceedingly fine humor. to keep our heads down as shells ernor and for the subordinate bullets were He served in the war, went places are now moving over the and machine-guFeafher-Tre- d Shoes. whizzing all about us. Our across, and experienced some State. We know that either Gov. hard service. He appealed to Black or Judge Carroll will be trench here was only four feet the soldier boys, Republicans selected for first place, and we deep and we had to crawl to and FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETSgandlDAVENPORTS. and Democrats to support him would be glad to see the very from our places on our knees. in his race for Congress, the best men selected for the under I was on a detail that night to Heavy election to come off the 2nd of places. Give us a strong ticket go forSrations about two. Kilo's next month. and Democracy will Bweep the away shells bursted all around us but no one was hurt. "Over the Judge Hardin followed, deliv- Stale. Top," ws again given, on the ering his views from a DemoThe Attorney General,-- in a morning of Oct 1st. We jumped PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. cratic standpoint. He is a very long opinion, written in answer out of our trenches and formed strong, forcible speaker and it i ' to a letter from Sheriff Roberts, a skirmish line at Some-PPhone No. J 2. is unnecessary to say that he .' county, and with which Over we went, but had to stop pleased the Democrats. Capt. of this opinion Sheriffs, County Clerks about a kilo away as they were Swope was a little personal in and others would wisely famil-iz- e shooting one pounders at us his address and a great deal of 5. themselves, makes it impera- directly. 1 jumped in a shell hole 4f Judge Hardin's time was taken the special election in near and was covered up by dirt up in correcting some of his op- tive that Congressional dis- twice in the hour we were there. ponent's utterances. He review- the Eighth trict shall be held in the regular Our artillery started again. ed his own political career, his 9 voting places and by the regular We advanced five kilo's again, faithfulness to the constitutes election officers that is, the of- and gained the hill. On the side who had placed him in office, i: ficers who were appointed last of the hill, and down in the valley and his loyalty to his State and fall, and who are as much in du- the Boche made a stand for 10 Nation. He wound up by en, ty bound to 'perform their du- days. For four days it was nick, Next Door to The AdairCourity NewLOffc. dorsing the League of Nations ties for the year ending next and tuck between our division, and the great work accomplishfall as are any other constitution and the Boche crack four divis ed by Woodrow Wilson, who was al county or State officers, and ions. They knew we were hard & member of. the Commission who are, hereafter, tobe prose- nuts so had to put their best in. that compiled the document, a cuted for failure to do so. ShelWe lost several men but won document, in his judgment, "'over the top" again. We did not by Record. our objectve3?fYou could see would be endorsed by the Senate have much resistance for we k wounded men every where. At of the United States, bringing a is not a good idea for Dem,EurbnPouItryRemedjr hiked 15 kilos on front line. Nov It Safe lasting peace to all nations of ocratic candidates who are to be one time 1 counted fifty four at 10th we had moved to some wood A few drops la the one first aid station. We were drinking water cares A DUQ the world. voted for at the November elec- released by the 36th division. Yielding from We atand prevents white VXXJL tULff near the Meuse river. cholera and other chick diarrhoea, It is impossible for us at this tion to become too sanguine, but When we left Champaign diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 Boche who were sallom of medicine. Pint bottle, tacked that, the price $1.20. makes 32 gallons. At time to give a synonsis of the instead, they should fight every front our company which consistdruggists, or sent by mail postpaid. oa the other side of the Meuse at Writi (k hr Jm tnistmil Lht BourborvRemedy Co., Lexington, Ky. two speeches, but suffice it to day until the contest is over. It ed of 250 men, we only had 80. This time our 12 that night. We hiked to a French rest Sola by the Jefferies Hardware Store say, that the Republicans were is the scared candidates that inJAMES C. WILLSON & CO. company .was short up to 60 men. with Capt. Swope variably wm. We do not appre- camp, and about.a week we hiked Armistice was signed J.1 a. m., 2ii s. must, LHismii, ky. to a front near Champ&igne, but '" Democrats were delight- hend that our ticket, that wiJl be and the and rested- a while longer. Nrillth.' our General when we arrived Your nephew. ,. selected at the August primary, there said we did not have to go ed with Judge Hardin. About this'time I only weight- Chester Scalf. Capt. Swope was introduced will be defeated in November, ' any farther, so we turned bsck ed,135 lbs. On Nov 1st we wpnfc fJn" fect ' 1 lss mail matter. It has never been the policy of III '111 I the Democratic party to sling mud, but some of it has been scattered over the State. Charges as a general thing lose more votes than they make. II II II ! v if l Mi-hie- l. I I - ' THE II . : e. III well-fille- J, Har-rodsbur- g, - $4.$$4$$$$$$4 4 4 STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE tapes waists, Plain ana rancy T BTV " I 4 . Cham-paign- Latest ., 4 5 ...,, FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY y. n Masterbilt and Iron Bedsteads, Enamel. 4 'i y. fr-i. i, !V Albin Murray Columbia, Kentucky 9MQMQMfrMBM$4$$ O $e4$4$4$$ 4 fr rOfleBrfl U"' r Investments 4 to 7 well-please- d - K ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. What These Satisfied Customers Say: J: m rl e. s. it V "SATISFACTION". onstipation. You thought at first it ' During the time from July 1, 1918, to the present, the following satisfied purchasers of pianos or players in this and adjoining counties have been K did not amount to much. You regarded it as just a "trifle" paid no attention to it. recorded: W. A. Tucker, Farmer, Wess, Ky. Hugh Campbell, Farmer, Wess. J. H. Grant. Farmer, Campbellsville. G. H. Squires, Farmer, Miami. J. F. Ewing, Farmer, Bradfordsville. N. H. Ewing, Farmer, Bradfordsville. G. C. Shreve, Produce Dealer, Greensburg. G. H. Hammond, Farmer, Miami, Ky. W. W. Newton, Farmer, Campbellsville. T. P. Disney, Tobacco Dealer and Farmer, bellsville. Earl Harris. Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Turner Johns, Campbellsville. B. H. Campbell, Farmer, Campbellsville. Sam RobertsFarmerCampbellsville. "' J. T. Allen, Machinist; " Mrs. A. Marples, " Seth Gill, Railroilman, Miss Rosa Hash, ''r. ?:'$ Prof; Romulus Skaggs, Principal of the" Russell Creek Baptist Academy. E. T. Curry, Merchant, Campbellsville. Rev- - N. F.J Jones, Campbellsville. R. B". Wilson, Traveling Salesman, Campbellsvillle. . . J. M. Kearns, Machinist, Campbellsville. Campbellsvitle. Dr.IG: V. Heisland, JohnPeterson, Jailer, Campbellsville. Mrs.I.Minnie! Donan, Teacher. Campbellsville. T. H.Skaggs,JMerchant, Mac W. H. Dbdson". Merchant, Atilla, Ky. SJi Perhaps you had a nervous breakdown, or narrowly escaped one. Or the doctors found High Blood Pressure, maybe Hardening of the Arte- -' ries (Arterio Sclerosis). Quite likely, Rheumatic attacks. "Whatever it was, more than likely, the one cause back" of it all was Constipation. Constipation is a Serious Trifle. Because it is. so easy to neglect it, and the consequences are so serious. Devonia, But one day you woke up to the fact that the "trifle" had become "serious." It' m ( . msm m Camp- "Water, WMf L 3WCl Christian Church, Casey Creek. A. F. Scott, Dealer in Timber, etc., Casey Creek. T. L. Burress, Farmer, Campbellsville. Jim Parrott, Farmer, Campbellsville. L. K. Kearns, Farmer, Campbellsville. Alphonio Campbell, Farmer, Campbellsville. Reese Frogg, Farmer, Campbellsville. IrafRead, Farmer, Campbellsville. JamesjRead, Farmer, Campbellsville. Thomas Read, Farmer, Campbellsville, Sam Read, Farmer, Campbellsville. Edgar Perry, Farmer, Campbellsville. Rile Feather, Farmer, Campbellsville. IraJRussell, Farmer, Campbellsville. Less'Durham,! Farmer. Campbellsville. U TAB. Clark, Farmer, Campbellsville. Owen Mardis, Farmer, CampbellsviBe. T. L. Russell! Farmer, Campbellsville. G. C: Brpckman, Farmer, Campbellsville. J. S. Brockman, Farmer, Campbellsville. - , . .' r I ism mm castor oil, oils, and the like. It loosens the retained food waste which has poisoned your ?m system and removes itgently butathoroughly ., healthful, irom the bowels. It gives stimulus to affected organs and assists iff "i EOT WELL CDJWS,, them to perform their natural functions. In these ways, it restores health and proatxjucs s ntw nafc ummis V is "first aid" to bringing the bowels back to natural action. The bowels do not A It is not come to depend upon it, as they do with pills, habit-formin- g. the American Medicinal Mineral tf 10 $ V av 11 f Luther Hazel, Farmer, " ' R. H. Compton, Farmer, ' Robert Tupman, Farmer, Dulworth . G. 0.rCcrbm, Farmer, Dulworth. O. H. Elliott, Barber Campbellsville. R. A. Hutchison, Farmer, Columbia. E. L. Moss, Farmer, Columbia. M. E. Blair, Farmer, Glensfork. V. H, Wilkerson, Farmer, Glensfork. B. Jackson, Farmer, Crocus, Ky. M. E. White, Farmer, Casey Creek. L. M. Goode, Farmer, Knifley. Millard Eller, Farmer, Campbellsville. Lillie Hayes, Compbellsville. G. C. Thompson, Farmer, Atilla, Ky. Buddie Despain, Farmer, Atilla, S. H. Sandusky, Farmer, Atterscn, Ky. Uriah Pennington. Farmer, Alterson. B. H, Shreve, Farmer, Merrimac, Ky. Annie Ellis, Howard Gaddie, Farmer.jBengal, Ky. Joe Tucker, Farmer & Timber Dealer, Casey Creek. Leslie Montgomery, Farmer & Merchant, Columbia. Sam Grant, Fanner, Cane Valley. James Woodrum, Farmer, Cane Valley. Frank Hutchison. Merchant. Cane Valley. E. N. Leachman, Tobacco Dealer, Campbellsville. " Lee Buckner, Farmer, E, D. Wrightt Farmed "pmfor Dealer " " " Ed Core, Farmer Giles Gore, Farmer, " F. M. Pike, Farmer, " L. E. Speer, Merchant, , Mrs. Frank Napier, Phil, Ky, J. W. Knuckles, FajmerjjLebanon. S. D. Patterson,Merchant & Tobacco Dealer, Pierce. S. J. Pike, Farmer, Irene, Ky. Mrs. Lucy Antle, Irene, Ky. Sam T. Miller, Of the firm of 'I. K. Miller & Sons Fertilizer Dealers,' Campbellsville. " I. T. Thomas, Liveryman, Frank Jones, Miller, '.'. Robert Hord, of The' Cumberland Grocery Co., Campbellsville. J. Allen Russell, of the Archibafd Wheel Co., Brink-le- iSSSTWTi m Nature made it in her wonderful laboratory a thousand feet under ground: It nmeALWATtnj, is not condensed, added to, or changed in anyway, bo potent are iiiti!l its virtues that a in a glass of wa'".'I Ml ter is usually a sufficient M teSrt5s&Wft "T?pV.rU Arret. (ArJrtioX "'If IUmmmV im aj! I amount to take at one time. ",fauii. it to r S. iawnNiASr ...mo BLSl longs life. Devonfa comes to you just as Mother f table-spoonf- ul $ s that it is not a drastic tsc UkUL,u"''"i ittimm One reason why Devonia is approved by physians is ;!!!& 1H WKjjHtH SHv HI fi.7 mil t- JBSH I' I - N. Take a Tablespoonful of Devonia to V a Glassful of water. THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, Owensfcoro, Ky. .. Please send me your free booklet, "Serious " Trifles" discussing Constipation and its evil. ' ' It is to be had at almost every drug store. SUGGESTION: You who are suffering from Constipation, even in a chronic form, shouldv drink Devonia. ' If you want to know more about it, and why Constipation is so serious, send for our booklet ' Serious Trifles,", .It tells you what physicians say about Constipation and its serious consequences. It is free. ft 4 - -- effects. Name. Addcess. ExecutWo Offices: Oweniboro, Ky. Building Louisrille Office: 1415 Spring and Bottling Plant. Lorain. Ohio Laboratories. Cleveland, Ohio Inter-Southe- Personals Mr. II. O. Allen, Burksville, was in Columbia a few days ago. Mr. 6. R. Reed was in Louisville a few days of last week Mr. Walter Sullivan spent a couple t.of days in Louisville last week. Messrs Wm. Barnett and R. B. Hoke, Loaisville, were here receatly. Mr. J. E. Flowers, who is employed in Louisville, was with his family last week Mr. Edward Hamlett was quite sick the first of the week. Better at this Mr. W. H. Jone?, who lives near Glenville, father of L H. Jones, has been quite sick for the past week y, Ark. Mrs. Byrdie L. Hendrickson, Urich, Mo. Mrs. Lillie Cave, Campbellsville. .W. H. Graham, Farmer,. Greensburg. C. H. Harmon, Farmer, Greensburg. Mrs. Green Cave, Campbellsville. W. F. Caffer, Farmer, Campbellsville. B. Beltonj Farmer, Merrimac John Dermity, Farmer, Wess, Ky. .i We Want Xou as One Added to This List WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. time. Gomplete Line of Musical Instruments excellent makes: Kimball, Schubert, Haynes, Auto, Kingston, or any other make you may desire, assuring you that we can save you money, in either of the Pianos or Piano-Playe- r. We also have the Edison, Star and Columbia Phonographs known the world over for their clearness of tone, simplicity of construction and most excellent designs in cabinets. Is composed of ng the-followi- Phonograph Music, Sheet and Roll Music Latest, Snappiest, Most Popular Selections See Our Complete Instrument Displa' In Gowdy Block, on East Main Street. Sanders & Hendrickson, Campbellsville, Kentucky. Mr.. G, A. Kemp was taken quite ill Sunday night' but he is better at this writing. Mr. L. O Hardesty, Lebnon, was daya ago. here, meeting his customers, last their daughter Wednesday. Mrs. Qeo. W. Gray, Hamlin, Texas,.-i- s Mr.G.VV. Pendenton, of Lebanon, visifciig in Adair County. She 5s s Miss Eva Walker visited in Louis- - manager of the Cumberland Grocery daughter of Wm. Turner, who was s. villeand other points in Kentucky Company, spent several dajs of last hotel keeper in Columbia thirty-Ste-ag- o wepk in Columbia.. last week. Mrs Gray left here with? 3ij- - , Miss Mamii Smith, of this office, father that many years ago, and this Mr. Ray Elowers, who is a salesman in. Louisville, spent th'e latter part of aud tier niece, Miss !Xell Smith, is her tirst visit since her departure:. Montgomery,- - w2je Miss Allene visited at Jamestown and Rus:ell last week at home. visited at Van Lear, Ky. stopping 5r Mr W. H Eiibank; who lives in Springs on the Fourth; Louisville, on her return, to sw Dr. H W. Depp, wife and little relanves, "reached home last Saturds , Louisville, arrived, "fdr a few' days daughter, Margaret; Mr. Leon Lewi , She reported that her aunt, Mjs. Saturday night. visit, and his.sister,1 Miss ESna, were shopMontgomexy, who is in-- Loaiy,-Mr. Jack Beard, of McKinny Texas, ping in Louisvilfe a fewdajs of la.t ville, was rapidiy improving. visitedat the home of his uncle, Mr. week. Mr Tom Moore, who lef here IS?' .t. P. Beard, last Wednesday. Mr. Itrli. Eubank and wife, who have years ago for McGregor, Texas, is baciss ' in( Chattanooga for the Mr.-S- . : on a visit, to see his father, Mr. Lewis E Shivety; of this place, left been living past year, arrived last Tuesday night, Moore, who is in a low state of health for West Point, Misa., Monday morning and wiU probably remain here during Mr. Moore's father lives at Weed. He- - ' with the view of buying land. the summer. hopes to meet all his other relatiVc 'Mr. Ewing Stults and wife, of LouiS' Col. King Swope, of Danville, Re- - and friends while in Adair county. He- ,v'ille, are vlBitlng at the home of Mr Lpublican canidate for Congress in the has prospered in Texas Eighth district, arrived late Sunday Mr. R. E. Tandy, of Georgetown, . Stult's fatheVMr. T.R.. Stults. night. He served with distinction in Ind, a former citizen of Columfcs, Mr. Tom BradBhaw, a. discharged" the world war just closed. sppnt last week with his many Jtiecdv1 soldier, whcse.home Is near Columbia, Mr. M. M. Traylor, wife and little Dick," as he is familiarly called'lti', , arrived the tJrstf6f last week. -' daughter, of Hll) county, Texas, who very well pleased with his- - oswlc v r been, visiting "Mr. Traylor's cation, but at the same- time bc Mrs: Laura Rltch6y and' her little have was V brother'and his family in Columbia intimated that there better-thason, Henry Snpwj Burksville, visited Columbia ' . weeks, left" for their home that suited bim for two land Adair county. Mrs.JohnLee Walker last: week. Friday morning. ar--fe- V Murray, Campbellset3!c here Monday. Mr X W. Miller, CampbeIIsviil?- r' was here Monday. ' Mr. J. O. Russell was taken quite Mrs H. C Feese is visit.: .. &r" sick last Friday night, but he is now son, Elzy, at Lancester, Ky. able to be at his place of business Mr M. L. Sparks, of Mesn"' . Mr. Branstetter, of Glasgow, Recounty, met his many friend's publican canidate for the State Sen- Monday-M- r. ate, was here the latter part of last Jas. D. Jarvis, of Barbou7V week visited in Columbia last Saturday. Gen. Jas. Garnett, of Louisville, is Sunday. here to look after some busiuess in Mr?.H. A. Moss, and two sooiV and also to meet his . many Lecil Bernard, H. A. Jr; Loutevflley ceurt, Princeton, Mrs J. F. Claycomb, friends , te passed through here last Tuesday, Mr. Paul Epperson,- who was in to Bakerton, to visit fcbeii France about a year, and was in the 'mother, Mrs. Williams. fighting, reached home the latter part' Messrs s. m. Savage, Geo-- . T. , Cunningham, of last week. New York; J W. C- New Yoi? Mr aud Mrs W. W Edwards, of iverandson. Rochester. Lyman B. Read, Pittsburg, Ind; asS" Louisville, ae visiting at the home of. M. G Thompson, same city alt- ez3t) Dr O. P. Mil:er, Mrs. Miller, being men, were at the Jeffries HoZtiB Mr G "as '- mi. ts-rou- - y v . ' . 1 ;"! no-pK- -- a N i ( A LIVER ADAIR COUNTY NEWS DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAI Bkck-Drawg- bk Read and his faithful. companions the heroes of the first Crossing.- New York World. , ' . && s i. KMgajKi rfifcV, lSr fiiir rrv -- ttyv a-j- .:&&' awi Wheat "" From the latest reports of wheat Stjf 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Rdm we have a 90 psr cent estimation by the Government authorities. After a Few Doses of That is the best we have had for many years. The farmers report Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of Meadorsvllle, an unusual amount of straw and Seventy years of successful use' h says: "At "Higginbotham, of this town, plenty of bloom. It only remains f my age, which' is 65, the liver does made Thedford's standard, household remedy. Everj to be seen whether the grain fills ot act so well as when young. A few member, of every, family, at times, out as expected.Some predicted an years ago, my Gtomach was all out of need the help that cai early harvest but it now seems fix. I was constipated, my liver give In cleansing the system and rt that it will occur about the time ildn't act My digestion was had, and lleving the troubles that come free it does every year. There will be It vtook so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, Indigestion, lazy UvWr a small amount to cut the latter petite was gone. I was very weak. . . etc You cannot keep well unless you week.' stomach, liver and bowels are in goot part of this I decided I would give Black-Draught- !' Black-Draught TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 i 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 1 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Black-Draug- ht Gent's Furnishing Goods., Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STALE 3T Black-Draug- ht a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them that way, Black-Draught ligent of her husband's comfort, is so glum and blue and cheerless that home to him is no place to stay. He'd rather be out among friends while there is nothing The First Crossing air mail route, deliveries of goods, but fault finding and cross looks passenger stations. And doubt at home. The woman who canno longer, but confident expectaThe first of the not talk inteligenty and pleas-antltion awaits the stated crossing Atlantic Ocean falls to the credit s to her husband about of the sea. with passengers mails f the United States Navy. The matters that concern them eastward- - faring Columbus of the andgoodr. Of this, even five years both, and make, the home a sky is Lieut. Commander 'Read. ago, most men said, 'Impossible!" cherry place that he will not be The flagship of his cruise is the Now all agree that it is coming ashamed to invite his friends to To the splendid victorv of nav- visit, lost. He nvsc likely will NC-lame duck of the 's fight to Trepassey, gal- al prepardness, planning and bring his friends. when she is lantly redeeming herself over the pluck at need all threeof the start- cleaning house, or has a lonely reaches of the southern ling seaplanes have in varying or there is nothing route. How or when, if ever she measure contributed. It is nothing good for dinner, nut that dosen't goes on to Plymouth isimmaterial. proved for an aviator to have make any difference. It dosen't The sea is crossed; the blue rib- crossed the ocean by good fortune excuse her for getting out of bon won; the task accomplished if the next, following him in sirni orts about it. She must srxiile on Practical aviation is ten years lar conditions, falls into the sea.an.1 and do the best she can, not forold. The Wright brothers, first perishes. It was the lowlier part getting that a good nam! is rathdemonstrate er to be chosen than great richer. men to fly, made their great of NCI and initial success in 1903 By 1009, that seaplanes may be built that If. is a priceless possession that flights of 100 miles and- ascents when forced to descend upon the can only be uniained by being to 1,000 feet were made. Two 'water, will defy evn storms and put through the firey furnace. months less than ten yearsagothe! save the lives of fhu'rcra This is rue- way true metal is first crossing of theEngJi?hChan-ne- l Bigger, steadier seaplanes wi - tested. Let th young Wband by Bleriotset bells the be developed; the dtrigfrie may 'and wife not grow discoursed at was wonderful fear, worthy piss them in the rao- for favor defects they find in one another. all that was said of if Now we The future of air travel canno- - They are atwH.vs there, but time rising to 15,OO0 now be read fn detail. Bu: n have the smooth our wrinkand pa feet for steadier travel currents; will never be forgone: les and dor. ne pir to each i non-stoflight of 1,350 miles; the feat of Lieut. Comma' dn- - other's " "vo. air-crossi- ng was highly recommended for this I felt s trouble. I began taKng It better after' a few doses. My appetite Improved and I became stronger. My bowels acted naturally and the least "rouble was soon righted with a few Try It acts promptly, gently and In a natural way. If ybt feel sluggish, take a dose tonight Tou will feel fresh tomorrow. Prlc 25c a ..package One cent a dos All druggists. J. CS Home and Happiness. i and FANCY GROCERIES. Many a young wife is bo neg- furniture, arpets, Rugs and Druggets. y bui3-nes- gir, VU lyitehen 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 4, nre-limina- ry Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OFf EACH MONTH. sick-headach- e, BLUEBIRD PMolb NC-3'r- n PUYS - Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night - 1- rinn-iDg.- lt NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. - air-pla- ne e ps GOAL SHORTA ON WAY; GOVT. SAYS BOY HOW May Be Repetition of 1917-1- 8 Conditions Next Winter Says Geological Survey. MINES IDLE WITHOUT ORDERS. Who Those Delay Ordering Longer May Not Get Their Fuel Later On. The United States Geological Survey announces from Washington the probability of another general coal shortage next fall and winter. The announcement Is based, the Survey study of states, upon a. nation-wid- e conditions in the bituminous field. Unless steps are taken at once, the Survey says, to place the mines upon a basis of Increased, production there is every prospect of a repetition to some degree of the situation that prevailed in the United States during the winter of 1917-1The only'way production can be stimulated at the present time, it is said, Is by placing orders with the mines for coal .which will be needed later on. "Production during the first five months of the year," reads the statement, "fell 57,292,000 net tons, or approximately 25 below production during the first five months of 1918. Mine's are producing coal now at the rate of from 8,000,-00- 0 to 8,500,000 tons a week. An average output f 10,700,000 tons a week-musbe maintained from June 1 to January l'next If the cquntry's estimated needs of 500,000,000 tons this year are to be met" 8. oraers iOr the winter's needs comes expected production of 500,000,000 tons next fall there is grave danger that can be attained this year. Shortage of labor already is a facthe mines, with depleted labor forces and the probability of less adequate tor that Is cutting down the output in transportation, will be unable to meet some coal producing sections, according to the Survey's report The operathe demands. The result of such a sit- tors report that from 30,000 to 40.000 uation would be an insufficient supply ! foreign-borminers expect to return to for the requirements of domestic con- j Europe as soon as they can get pass sumers, public utilities and industrial ports and that many have already reusers generally. turned. If continued this movement "It is believed that requirements for will be capable of producing' but one this year," reads a Survey statement result a reduction of the amount of to Fuel Administrator Garfield, "will coal mined in- districts ,where the mine foreign-bornand there be about 530,000,000 tons of bituminous labor is largely are many such districts. coal, of which approximately .30,000,000 He who needs coal should tons have been used from stocks accu- no longer. Now is the time hesitate to buy mulated last year, leaving 500,000.000 coal. 500,000,-00- 0 tons to be produced. Of this tons 17S.000.000 tons were produc ed during the first five months, leaving 822,000,000 tons to be produced in the remaining 30 weeks, or an average of Notice. 10,700,000 tons a week. W. B. Helm, dentist, of Greenburg, "Thus far this year production has been at the rate of 8,200,000 tons a week. In 1918 production was at the will extiact teeth with pas. rate of 11,300,000 tens a week. Dr. W. . Helm, "This production will be difficult of acGreensburp, Ky. complishment. The capacity of operating mines at the present time with labor now on the payroll is about 10 lower Business Phone ) 3 than it was last year. This deficiency Rsilaence Phone 13 B may be made up in part or wholly If the mines have orders sufficient to run N. them five or six days a week unless the labor threatened exodus of foreign-born 25-3- m 9R. J. ff MDRRELL BTdg n occurs. DENTIST up Stair?. V tjR.J. "Copyris&t 1111 Reynolds Tobacco Co. &mm... !X TEVER was such iii-Hb- i wife JfflillifiHh fisted smokejoy as.you puff out of a limmy pipe packed with Prince Albert ! .That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get upNhalf an hour v. earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line! Prince Albert's quality alone puts-i- in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch wei you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! -- liXIiHi liiiiilliiffi ' t ;pnL ;wliit:-l Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and d tin humidors and that classy, practical pounacrystal glass humidor with sponge moistcner top that keeps f he tobacco in such perfect condition. half-poun- J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. C. May Be Car Shortage. "Present wage agreements between operators and miners expire with the proclamation of peace by the President A suspension of mining operations while a new wage agreement is being negotiated would, of course, seriously interfereiwith the production of coal and If it should) occur during the fall would cause a panic among buyers and consumers of coal." "there is no use in gambling upon this or any other contingency, fuel administration officials say. The firm or individual who wants to be sure of an adequate coal supply next winter can be certain by buying coal now. There is no other way such assurance cau be obtained. Transportation also promises to be a limiting factor If the flood tide of demand comes at a time when the country's record crops are Evil qf Delayed Orders. being carried. In some districts it At no. time during this yearhas the would appear certain that, notwithrate of production approached the, re- standing the utmost endeavors of the quired, tonnage. The tendency ion the Railroad Administration and the utilpart of buyers to hold off placing their ization of Its experience last fall, car orders is limiting production, as the j shortage will be a cause limiting bitu mines cannqt store coal at 'the point of minous coal production, and for that reason it'ls problematical wbnthor tha production,, and when the rush of jaM32 t cr. Front rooms in Jeffries Columbia. - Kentucky Used 40- - Year CARDUI S The Www's Tonic S Sold Everyvhsr P. 8 JJ2&JU&1 . - JV tt 1 ADAIKXOUNTY X2W3 "4 rLi'ainteed UVi 1yg Certain-tee- d '( cm- NOTED LECTURER COMING TO THE CHAUTAUQUA BP1NGS TABKINGTON'S "COUNTRY COUSIN" ' There Arc Others. TO THE CHAUTAUQUA ff - & renders a war service. - sfi.9 l4MIPB,UH6iffeww 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 Certain-tee- d DR. A. H. HARNLY 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 5 and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. arc recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d 07?r, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof ( for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Vv warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Office & Warehouse in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, , Sporting Goods Are you a leaner or a lifter a trolley or a trailer a red blooded organismthat is helping the world grow bigger and brighter or a parasite that is sapping the community of its vitality? You will know when you have heard Dr. A. H. Harnly in his brilliant Chautauqua lecture, "Parasites." It is one of the most inspiring lectures this gifted orator and keen thinker has ever delivered and it is decidedly modern, dealing as it does r with many of the great problems that face' us, both as a nation and as individuals. Among other things, Dr. Harnly will explain the new ideas of thrift which have seized the American people and will arraign the Liberty Loan shark who preys upon the patriotism of thrifty Americans. His inspiring lecture is a feature of the afternoon of the second day of the Chautauqua q5 -J tTT after-the-wa-- LEADS TALENTED GROUP OF CHAUTAUQUA MUSICIANS S. M. SANDERS & CO. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. JEANNETTE KLING special permission of Booth Tarkington. author, and Geo C Tyler, joint owner of the phenomenal dramatic success. "The Country Cousin," Jeannette Kling is the on the Chautauqua platform who is authorized to present that clever drama under the big tent. And this wonderfully effective and sympathetic dramatic reader gives the entire play herself. She Is every character not as a mere reader, but as a living, breathing personality that is one variety of human character after the other. Her presentation of the kindly comedy by the one of the day who has displayed ability to interpret the homely beauties of real life, is one of the genuine triumph? ot the platform just as the play itself, with its whole year of crowded theaters in New York and Chicago, was one of the big triumphs of the stage." "- - ' . "'v MIss Kling and her presentation of the Tarkington drama of life as it Is, will be featured on the opening evening of the coming Chautauqua. In the event that her appearance here should fall on a Sunday, she will render instead of the Tarkington play that beautifully reverent religious drama by Max Ehrmann ''Jesus, A Passion Play." By only-perso- There is a man in this town, who if you were to ask him if he is glad to be alive, would ans- rwer: "Well, yes, I guess so. but" and then would follow a stringy of permission as long as a tape j line. We sometimes wonder if this man feels any sense of gratitude to his Creator or his parents for bringing bin into the world. And then again, we wonder why they brought him here. He is the father of all pessimist. He is original propounderof the querry. "Is life worth living?" The retina of his eye registers but one color blue. Everything looks blue to him. God's glorious sunshine is as lifeless to him as a moonbeam. The very blood in his veins must be composed of skimmed milk. You've seen him mingle with a joyous crowd author-dramati- st single-hande- d JsWL bBlK ABSSSSSa .urJtlisisiflK& 1''wM"'' eH& a jy SkjMSmIbmCmK jtKSf y 'B Bland's All-Ameri- can Orchestra t Plenty of Entertainment At the Chautauqua,lbo since men first planned to carry the highest type ot entertainment to communities such as ours by means of the big top has a Chautauqua program offered as high a type or as big a variety of entertainment features as will be presented this year. A series of popular and classical songs Is presented by the famous Hugh Anderson Quintette, and the entire audience is given a chance to enjoy its own music in a period of community singing led by Air. Andersqn. .uic id cuiciiaiumcui uy me musicart ana wnimsicai Emerson Winters Company and by the magical mind reading TvlflVnC rm fno castrtn! ?ar The versatile Fisher Shipp Cowcert Company offers music and character studies as the third day's contribution to the entertainment side of Chautauqua week. Rudolph's Swiss Entertainers brine the costumes and melodies of the Alps for the fourth day with those, wonder. ful yodel songs that always win admiration. And Bland's Orchestra in round after round of unusual music ends the week with a great festival of harmony on the great last day of all. -- SURGEONS agree that in cases of Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICEjST antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and MISS FISHER, SHIPP Buy it now HEALING AGENT. A kaleidoscope of color and costume, music and dramatic interest, is and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv provided for the third day of the coming Chautauqua by the clever Fisher Shipp Concert Company. An Enlightened Age. This talented quartette of ladiee One day recently a young couple presents a brilliantly costumed program of solos, duets 'and groupings, entered the county clerk's office including a series of brilliant concert numbers with soprano, contralto, in Winchester and got a marriage cello, violin and piano. license, each giving their age as Miss Fisher Shipp provides some dramatic readings of intense interest. twenty five years. The couple These players include Miss Fisher being acquainted with the county Shipp, lyric soprano and reader; recorder, called on him at his ofNelle Richcson, violinist; Jeanette Kern, contralto and pianiste; Mary fice and during their conversation Claybrook, 'cellist and saxophonist. Cluts, Burns, when fun and frolic were at hide tide, and his presence had an effect like thato f a chemical engine at fire. You'vej3een him enter a meeting where enthusiastic souls were striveng to launch some movement of great social and civic betterment, and the very sight of his face, tc? say nothing of his pessimistic doubtings, has acted like a wet blanket on thosB present, He is the indentical party for who was framed the famous negro "Blessed am dem beatitude: expect wat don' nothin,'r cause they ain't gwine t' git We marvel and speculate as to the depths of misery his gloamy prognostications will ultimately lead him, and we feel just like shaking him saying. "Smile, d n you, smile!" Poor Cuss! Harrodsburg Herald. no-thin- '." i Worms interfere with the growth, of children. Theyb ecome thin, pale and sickly. Get rid of these parasites at once if you would have healthy children. Jhappy,. cheerfdl children WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE destroys worms and benefits the system. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. FUN FOR AT THE YOUNGSTERS THE CHAUTAUQUA XW ViVNJ VVJ . is ever hO" mk :i-- ' 4.. ,'- . .t , , A&i&S$i&tiM iZZvW- mtm ?yw I - th l.'l UF jiimiaMiiisjMifcjLSi fmjyds - mind Reading and mXgic ?' m?m fl W iMmGm&.'Mii'm:-tr:$ 'lll v II llll I m $$ & P' JBk4J&kV Kn THE. .HUGK' ANDERSON 'HjBSVr Ttf V: kHIHE:?'. ziiiiiiiiiiishIK st ''" SBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBSPNiiiiiiS iiiiiiiiiiiiBsiHnt siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW& iiiiiiS K-!'' Ttkkkm km .(kmWkmsii 'kkkmkB ' CO. H jwr ? H2 ;&sir$,yzs-- ' y$fr- mm S. vau - VI vW r Si n3&&Z$bfy A JKXi EMER50N "WINTERS CO. MARY CLAYBROOK SWISS SINGERS ..4 bSJffWeAri MISS FISHER gHIPP Tbr f the Local Committee to 26th. ' ait-'- ' i. t V Get Your Columbia Chautauqua July 22nd The most perilous hour in aj qerson's life is when he is temp-te- n to despand. The man who? loses his courage loses all'. There is no more hope for him than for a dead man; but it matters not how poor he may be, pushed by circumstances, how much deserted by friends, how much lost to the world; if Tobacco in Clark County, Ky; he only keeps up his courge, has been somewhat damaged- by holds up his head, works os cut worms, but as nearly every with his hands and with - mrn the farmer had sufficient number of And the rn will determines, to are nlantQ to transnlmt. the damage money' to Lay uiuh i t: r going to get speckr honor j. this source has beea about to; be anb to do wkt bflMt a 9o t ready, glrla asd' boys, there's irom a man, all will be well. eujrely overcome. Mg time coming! The Kiddies are certainly going to have a big time Chautauqua week. The picture shows a group of whose efforts keep youngsters happy In "Chautauqua Centers" all over" the country. Their promise this year is bigger and better than ever! The "boys will have "special Boy Scout contests, and' the girls, special Camp Fire stunts. The "story lady' will keep the lit-- i tlest tots happy, "and the fine clean college chaps, who handle the big tent, will keep, things going for the older boys. Ono day there' to be a big costumed pageant right, across the plat-forplay-leade- rs o-- informed him that they had just been married. The recorder, seeing the envelope in the young man's pocket, which which he recognized as coming from the clerk's office; asked: "Who married you?" Why,the man in the office at the other end of the hall," replied the young man," and here is our certificate, " producing the marriage Hcense. The recorder informed the couple that they were not married, and at their request called a justice of peace, who performed the cermony for them. New York Times. The person who stands on the. street corner looking around for something to gossip about or to find fault with, can always find what he is looking for. But what a life he lives. His soul shrivels and withers until it is shown in his manner and looks. For such a person life has lost its savor. It becomes sour, misanthropic, whining. He passes from bad to worse and sees no good in anybody. Stings or bites of insects that arsr followed by swellings, "pain or itching' honld ba treated promptly as they are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT counteracts the poison. It is both antiseptic and healing. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. When you feel lazy, out of- - sorts and yawn a good deal in the daytime, you can charge it to a torpid liver which has allowed the system to get full of impurtles HER BIME cures all disorders produced by an inactive iver. It stregthens that organ cleanses the bowels and puts the system in good healthy conditon. Adv Sold by Paull Drug Co how-muc- - 'ba-vs- -- am f $n- i Uh Jlr -- fjatwj?. if h K Al - fc.f ,0m ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW8 WORTHMORE BRAND BOYS' OVERALLS (' able boys garment; guaranteed to render the service demanded. f Made of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with seams, featuring solid brass buttons and heavy I elastic suspenders. . They resist the strains, twists and pulls of I hard use-t- he extra full cut size insures long triple-lock-stitch- ed '"America's Best" A heavy, durable, economical, dependsmeKt. 230 ACRES LINCOLN COUNT Y.LAND AT warms the cockles ot roar heart The smell ot it alone will take you right hack for more I Ask for War Hawk ! At all liye merchants. service theyre a pride and a pleasure. "America's Best." -- a real tobacco treat! Hit up your old pipe or take a man'i size chew and sea how this raxy. mellow, old twist Come on! Now for Guaranteed by John D. Moore Tobacco Co. I AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 10 O'CLOCK 4 x I INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE. KY. f Some still jcurney on the road, Though wearily they tread, . But most have reached their long abode In the city of the dead And we're just waiting on this side, For ere long we must each Cross the river's chilling tide That silent fccity reach. Notice of Election. Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- d. Manufactured by J. ZINSMEISTER & SONS fNCORPORATBD' LOUISVILLE, . KENTUCKY 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. I will sell to the highest bidder the first class and highly productive farm of S B Sanders and W. S. Carrier, on the Kush Branch pike, near Hubble, 5 miles from Stanford, 6 mi'es from Lancaster, 7 miles from Danville. The best location ever. Accessible to three markets Farmers in this neighborhood always get a better price for stock and farm products by reason of the competition of buyers from three county seats. Make inquiry of these farmers and you will find this is true The land is very fertile, level and rolling, long frontage on pike, win be and "SOLD" in several tracts from 25 to 100 acres in each tract Look it over before day of sale and we will "bunch" two or more tracts if you want to buy it that wav Main dwelling, 5 rooms, porches, etc, one 3 room tenant house, one tenant house, 2 stock barns 3 new tobacco barns. sub-divided 35 acres in corn; 40 acres in wheat stubble, 20 acres orchard grass and clover, 20 acres in tobacco, 10 acres rye and grass, acres Blue Grass. JIO Everlasting water. See this farm before you buy. In the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. Close to school and churches. Most centrally located. Sale made to dissolve partnership. What is the use of further description? "My goods are on the counter". Look them over. Attend this sale and get one of the bargains in land This will be a money maker for some one. Represented in Jaylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders CaniDbellsville, Ky. -- Xiocal ;:asrn News THE OLD HOME. BY An election will be held in Adair County on the above mentioned date in the various voting precincts of said County, for the purpose as above Cortez Sande'rs, stated. Sherritf of Adair County Ky. 30-2- t. Possession January 1, 1920. Easy terms. i ' SWIREBOARD, ' , Cirdil News5iory J. T. JONES. My Other Sweetheart. . THE REAL ESTATE MAN, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ' ; -- '.. The following poem was written by ""Che members vof the Chautauqua tho author in 1900. It is full of ten3fimmutee are anxious that the varie-afc- y der expressions. 'J he thoughts came and attractivenss of the entertain- to the visiting while writer it features of this year's program the old home place where he s 1 wt overshadow or detract from was reared: inter? vri whic fsdue the great Some thirty years have swiftly flown, ti.niuarera v. . are coming here Chau- - ' Fraught with toil and care, 4AUUUA TC Since I left the pleasant home 'WltKbut a doubt ,wu are being offer- - f Thats stU, M me SQ dear; 1 the strongest group of lecturers To me It seems but yesterday, id greater oratorial inspiration That here In das of yore, ' ri.in has ever been booked on a lecal I sported in my childish play Ci lufiuqua program. About this farm-hous- e door. 'Firs and foremost in interest is the gjjraat patriotic lecture of Hon. Ed I feel the loved enchantment yet Borne now on memorj'y wings, mund (I. Hinshaw. This gifted ora- or is f atured as the main attraction Fond memories without regret-T- hat childhood only brings. " Vof the rhir.i night. tin his well known dynamic and Impressions time caunot erase, And sadly now I come "forceful style he will sqeak of "Peace rtznd iu Problems " and his powerfully To view again the quiet place That once I called my home. effective handling of this absorbing asabject is expected to make a lasting When life, as a calm summer's day, .fmpres.-Hoon the community 'Neath a cloudless sky Of srccrly, less interest are other Went gayly as the waters play ) lecturers of Chautauqua week. In the stream near by. ;Dr A. H Harnly, who is known as I hear that same familiar sound, .one of tha most forceful speakers on I never shall forget, he Ctiiutauqua platform, will deliver Where merry waters used to bound tils striking denunciation of" ParaAnd where they're flo wing yet. sites" m the second afternoon It is sel- - Fit emblem of life's restless tide rtdom t i it a single Chautauqua season That holds us surely bound, .bring; two such forceful lecturers as As down life's rugged scream we glide Harn'j and Hinshaw. Into the great beyond. Qn the FOURTH Day, Dr. Cyrus S. I stood beside the crystal stream TJus'baum comes to discuss the local That sparkles at my feety prcb cms of our own community. At While its gentle murmurings seem tlghtfce will lecture " Our Town and As a long lost friend to greet. Ouryjioa."Govenor Allen of Kan- Would I could feel again the jry ysaait5 so pleased to learn that this Thy rippling waters gave ' 'gifted civic expert was to leave hjs war Could sport once more, a truant boy, jwork with Mie Red Cross, to carry the message for better and fuller com- - And in thy bosom lave. inunlty i 1 o the Chautauquas of Again upon thy pebbled bed, With pointed-arrostrike .America, that he wrote a letter of con- The mullet and the horney head, to the manager of the The sunfish and the pike. 'Ohautauquas Dr. Nusbaum has just But time and tide ne'er wait for man , , returned' from a trip through the dervastatedregions of France. , . Those happy days aro gone, ' Another attraction df unusual im- As goes our ever fleeting span, portance is the appearance on the first And with them life's gay morn. aiight-oJeannette 'Xllng in a slngle-liaade- d The stately elm still stands erect, presentation of Booth Tarking-ton'- s O'er shadowing tlje brook, clever comedy " The Country As if its coolness to protect ' Cousin." And in its mirror look. 1 thi . V I hardly dare to whisper , What I'am now telling you, But my conscience makes me do it, Though it's pretty hard, to do. You see, I have another sweetheart, Another besides you, And although I love you dearly, Yet I love her dearly, too. -- W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Look up the advertisements of my auction sales on July 15th, Julyi 21st, July 22nd and July 23rd. ' I dream 'f V of her and you, dear, of my trip across the sea And , To fight the Hun for dear, On the plains of Picardy. Now, that the war is over And we have crushed the Hun, My thoughts are with you both, dear And home toward the setting sun, I shall soon come back to you both, dear; Away from these dripping skies; You'll know I've tayed clean and true, dear, When you look into my eyas. you-both- Met Wilh a StroKe of Paralysis. i- - SC .&K'j:vlT& "Js - sr-sss.;- Last Sunday week, Robert t Acree, who makes his home with Mr. C. C. Holt, Montpelier, this county, and is about 34 years old, was missed from his usual place, and a search was instituted for him. He was found in an upstairs room, under a bed, and unconscious. Upon investigation it was discovered that he had met with a stroke of paralysis. Wednesday he was no better and the chances are de cidedly against his recovery. ftf f&ii El ik AX. i MfSr v A .Direct from the TROPICS fy 7 T vyaaaiajn is classed as the most desirable coffee everpre-;, iremg an eitra large, ugui. yVw ""-"Ycentered berry of uniform size. This coffee comes to you -- It's Fif W ft, KINHS Mturc &S .a There is a good grand jury sitting, But who is this other woman and it will doubtless find plenty of That I'm so anxious to see? work. This is a time when men who Oh, she is only a statue, my dear, are acquainted with ways that are The Statue of Liberty! dark and tricks that are vain, teep Private M C. Sharp, Company I, out of town. Every good citizen who 360th Division, A. E. F., Sant Tinows of unlawful acts, should make France, May 22, 1919. it his business to go before the grand jury and tell all he knows about acts For Sale. not in accordance with good citizen-shiNa-zarie, p. rfh&L i'. &Fgi ss uuimixea oruienaea lu-flavor Tmssosnintr encli rfo. licious fragrance and aroma thatit should justly be termed the coffee Vn "SUPREME." ir- One cup of this rich. Vk t a t f falrxrtv atwnw a rSN .. Will certainly " j.uw it is so heavily ladened with that rich, ClOUS. trOTlieal ye wuii. - IeVNW V 1 JX C& a. t S -X . ,KU(- UiilgUUJUU. TRY IT. r5 mt-vj- c A ts "VIS insi : eFwra. 3 & .fiVa3fCit&U&5&333B; W WA was . m&is 3 One suit of furniture, a piano, a phonograph, I also have one Jersey cow, several head of pure bred hogs, a lot of pure-bre- d White Leghorn chickens, one 5 plow cultivator which I will sell at a bargain. J. A.JWJlliam3, Columbia, Ky, 36-2- house on First five minutes walk from North Street, Post Office and Church. Good well, stable, plenty of shade trees. Price reasonable. Apply to 'G. W. Herald office, Campbellsville for price and terms. ForSa:le: J. 7.nsnieister & ROAITZT ET'CL.'JS'VELY BY Si louisville, Ky. Han-cock- at Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders Campbellsville, Ky. 31-t- f, t Take Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of Eobert T. Pike, will present them, properly proven, between now and the first of October, 1919. t J. H. Pike, Admr. JEWELRY peopFe I am careful in selecting my Stock of JEWALRY, because I know the want the best. I have just received- - a new line of the Latest i- - 3G-3- Reduced Price Sale. J Styles in all Kinds of Jewelry, Consisting of Ladies Gold Bracelet Watches, Lavallieres, Vanity Card Cases in Plain or Engraved Silver. The Latest Styles in Men's Belts, and Silver Belt Buckles. I have also recsived f y Over 100,000 yards at bargain Take advantage of this. Fall are.goingto be much higher. me your order at once. Mrs. Geo. E. Wiison, Phone CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARR0U prices. goods Give v 142. a New Line of Ladies Leather Bags. Do Not Fail o Vanity and Envelope Inspect Before Buying Them. L. E YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky. i Columbia, While silently it seems to tell baby Is suffef ing the double Of joys long forgot, saff llctloa, of hot weather and bowel And stands a giant sentinel '.disorders, the remedj needed is Mc- To guard the sacred spot. -- GrEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It reduces While sad emotions fill my breast, tlie feverish condition', corrects the I wander, here alone' x. 3tQch and check's looseness ofjjhe Where are'the dear "oneso'fKthe"spait?1 old by Paull Drag Co. wls. Al&sKhey too have gone. Adv. A Democratic Candidate N I r vyvt Mrs. Eegina Denton, who is a nurse in Deaconess Hospital Louisville, is - Advertisement vjslting relatives in this county and at " .f" present is at Miltown. lA sou of Mr. Geo. Gadberry, ,wbo - Mr. Jas. Hollady, who travels for f lives near Fairplay, dieti one day ' Co., reached Paul H. Waffle1 Saturday. He was met in home last goyernorI f Personals. n Ha' Can Win in NoTtmbtr, -- lst 'Louisville by Mrs. JohnN N. Conover Mrs. Sam Burdette and children are iiuu suu, tfumea, wias uuia xiuuauy y. Mariea-countMiss Olive Bachelor, of Chicago, visiting-iand .All the party visited Mammoth Cave Mrs. Mac Watt, Memphis, Tenn; is before reaching Columbia Miss Latitia Paull will return from visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Bowling Green Coffey- to-nig- !'