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The Adair County news: July 16, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919071601_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 16, 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. Vfc" f , .K- - - JV&air (Lmmtxt Columbia, Kentucky; Wednesday, Jurors for this Term. - i UIS i V -- - 4M VOLUME XXII july i6, 1919. DUMBER 38 .r Gov. Jas. D. Black. Wedding Announced. . Weni To Birdtown. Tuesday night of last week Mont. R Darnell and "issFrosia BenneTt Vr Raymond Moran and Mss Ltllie Dar nell, made up a party who concluded that Birdtown, Tenn., was a mighty . .j . . . gooa piace in wnicn to get marnea, and they left for that point where the couples were joined in wedlock. e They made the trip in a car, Wednesday night. On Thurs day they received the congratulations of their many friends. A number of papers in the State have come out in the last few weeks strongly advocating the nomination of Gov. Jas. D Black. The following is what the Stanford Journal has to say: It will be remembered by every man who takes as much as a passing Interc est in things political, that the departy came very near being feated in the last State races. The Interior Journal, being always alert and interested in the success of Democratic nominees, weighed long, and we believe well, the situation before taking a stand in the present contest for.the nomination for governor. It had a reason for waiting? It wanted to be sure that whatever influence it may have, should be directed for the man who was most acceptable to the masses, and who therefore would be the strongest in the final count. As our readers know, this paper is supporting Gov. James D. Black and for the reason just stated above. It is always an easy matter to make an assertion, but it is not always easy to prove it. In this instance, however, the pioof comes as easy as the assertion. From the time it was known that Gov. Black would be in the race for chief executive, the Republicans have been fighting him. Why they are are doing this is easy to answer. The governor hails from the Republican Gibraltar the 11th Dis trict. A glance at the figures will show that when he ran for Lieutenant Governor, he cut the Republican majority down far below normal. Soine years ago he was the Democratic nominee for Representative in Knox and the county adjoining. It seemed like madness to attempt to overcome the 2.500 Republican majority in those two counties, yet Black accomplished the seeming impossible. Can any man say the governor isn't strong where he is best known? Isn't it the natural and logical sequence of reason that if Gov. Black was able to draw so heavily from the Republican vote then that he can do so again? Another and perhaps stronger reason why the governor should be nominated now is f urnishdd by the fact that the Republican nominee is an 11th District man and Black is the only candidate who can offset Morrow's Dem-ocratirock-ribbe- d The following- are the gentlemen The announcement of the marriage who make up the Juries for this term of Miss Madge Rosenfield to Mr. Ed gar Reed which reached Columbia' of court: GRAND JURY. friends last Tuesday night, was a surH. C. Moxley, Foreman, U. M. prise to some, others were expecting Grider, W. P. Flowers. X. W. Scott, it. The couple want together here Ben Haskamp, N. B. Chapman, H. for eighteen months before Mr. Reed W. Cundlff, P. O. Eubenk, J. 0. entered the army, and t was predictBlair, S T. Hughes, "C. C Henson, ed by many that they would eventuW. S Antle. ally get married. . PETIT JURORS. Last September Miss Rosenfield Melvin Bingham, F. G. Willis, J. went to Petersburg, Va., where her, G. Sublert, Jesse Murrell, J. V. Wil- sister-ilaw, Mrs. Jo M. Rosenfleld. lis, A F. Hutchinson, L. W Dud- resides, and while there Mr. Reed, geon, Henry Squires, D. S. Ellis, W. who was stationed in New Jersey, seR. Rowe, 0. R. Rubarts, Wm. B. cured a short furlough, went to PetMoore, E. L. Moss, W. H. Burress, ersburg and it was there that, they Chrisley Burton, Geo. A. Harvey, W. were married. That was about ten T. McFarland, H. K. Taylor. H. C. months ago. Moore, Archie Sullivan, C. O. Estes, The union was kept a secret, not O. M Willis, Lucian Tarter, Hayden more than three or four persons in Keltner. Columbia being made wise, and they RESERVED. did not betray confidence. W. G. Roy, J. W. Hatfield, C. E. Some days ago the couple met in Claycomb, G. W. Pickett, A. J. Corn-bes- Louisville, and the announcement of W. If Holt their marriage was mailed to friends over the State. on the stump, take care of himself The bride is a daughter of Mr. and and most assuredly he has demonstrat- Mrs. Jo Rosenfield, and she was born ed by his prowess in the past that no and reared in this place, and has been man measures up to him when it quite popular in society from girlhood. comes to battling with the RepubliFor several years she has been a can hosts of Kentucky. For these operator for the Columbia Telreasons the Interior Journal shall con- ephone Company, her courteous mantinue to give to 'him its ardent and un- ner winning her many friends. divided support until the Democracy The groom is a son of the late E n t, tele-phone ... t ' return-jng'hom- v 40 Mules 40 At Auction. I will hold my next sale I at Burkes- - ville, Ky., on Monday, which time will offer July 2Ist, at for the high dollar without reserve or limit, forty head of yearling and two old mules. An extra good lot. Don't fail to at tend the sale. Will open sale promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. S. M. Burdette, Columbia, Ky. Sudden Death. of Kentucky proves, as it will do on August 2nd, that our judgment of this man has not been at fault. Political Advertisement. m For Sale. My residence on Jamestown Street in Columbia, Ky. is for sale. If you are in the market for a good home in Columbia, this is your chance. Will price to sell. For particulars, address H. A. Hurt, 33-Las Animas, Colo, 4t Lindsey Wilson Faculty. . The following teachers make up the faculty of the Lindsey Wilson Training School for 1919-2Rev. B. V. principal. Miss Katherine E. Bennett, Training in Murrell, Instructor P: strength there. That the Republicans are afraid of Black is shown by the fact that the leaders of that party are fighting him They pretend that Carroll is the man we should nominate. Has it come to the pretty pass that we must receive our guidance and counsel from the enemj? We think not. School. Miss Minnie Kemp, Instructor in Training School. C. E. Smith, Head of Nomal De- partment. Miss Eva Rbodus, Head of PriDe- mary Department. Miss Agnes Hynes, Primary partment. Mrs. Ruby Turney, Music Depart- ment. Little Folks Gather. Miss It has been said and perhaps wisely, that betting is a. fool's argument, but one of the surest ways to sound the sincerity of a man'a statement is to try him out on a wager. A gentleman in whose integrity the Interior JJour-na- l has every confidence, and who has occasion to go into the 11th district frequently, tells us that as a test of the sincerity 'of certain Republicans who affected to believe that Judge Carroll was the best man forJlus to nominate, he offered to lay a wager that if the Judge was nominated he would beat Ed Morrow. He was nearly smothered with money. A few days later, and in the same locality, this gentleman offered to lay a wager that Black would win over Morrow, if he was successful at the August primary. Not a man offered to take him up. The Interior Journal has no quarrel with Judge Carroll. He is a gentleman and it can and will support him in November if he should be nominated in August. We are looking for party success, however, before we are looking for anything else, It views the situation as a cold business man views a business proposition. It would have supported Judge Carroll for tbe nomination as quickly as Gov. Black if it had believed it tbe beet ,jeUcy. Gov. Black has deoometrated JU ability as a lawyer. 'He 'has .shown -.i. .u. VWH Ul A.WUUH iv.i. IK OU UUt H WW ...1. Alta Barbee entertained a number of ber young friends a few nights ago in a very delightful manner. It was one of the first socials given by a little Miss, and every one Mrs. Josephine Rowe Is raising present was sorry when the breaking money for the Illiteracy Commission, up hour arrived. Refreshments were served to the following who were and she would be glad if those who present: Marie Bradley, Yerly Phelps, are willing to contribute to this vary Marshall Paull, Katherine Shipp, laudable causo would hand her their Doris Phelps, Mabel Noe, Marguerite subscription at once. The counties Phelps,! Frances of Adair, Casey and Spencer make one Bennett, Julia Holladay, Pearl Bennett, Mary Bar-be- district, and are asked to raise $1,600. The State is to raise $20,000. Bessie Bennett, Lee Shipp. 38-4- t e, Last Thursday morning at Absher, this county, the wife of Rev. John R. Rice dropped dead. She was seventy- six years old and had been in delicate health for some months. She was a lady highly respected and her death cast a gloom over the entire neighbor hood. The funeral and interment W. and Sallie Reed, and he too waa was on Friday. They were largely born and reared in this place. He is attended a young man possessing excellent business qualification, and is a friend to Lost-- A Gold Medal every body and every body is his friend, all of whom will be delighted Between Tom Holladay 's residence to reach him and the lady of his My name engraved on and Glensfork. choice the glad hand when they arback. Finder will return to the News rive in Columbia. The couple fi rived Saturday night office and receive liberal reward. James Holladay. and stopped at the" home of the bride'a iFo Rosenfield. mother, Mrs. Musick of the Mountain. I have a gooft Jersey milch cow for sale. Give's 2 gallon per day. The announcement of Ryland C. Stanley Epperson. Musick, of Jackson, Breathitt county, for the Democratic nomination for Farm for Sale. Attorney General, was followed by the general indorsement of the news The farm known as the land of papers and lawyers, over the State, Penick Smith, located one mile west being those who best know him. He of Cane Valley. It contains 286 acres, has made a strong impression upon divided in two farms The land will the people and his nomination seems be sold separately and then as a whole assured. Jlis nomination will add and the way the most money is real- much strength to the ticket. ized will be declared the sale: This Political Advertisement. sale will take place the first Monday in September, if not disposed of pri300 pairs of sample shoes at Sinvately before that date. This is a clair's from 75c to ?3 50. splendid farm, all in cultivation, a good residence, three good barns, a The name of Cary's Weekly, a papsplendid orchard and it is well water- er that was pulbished at Burksville, ed. It is only one-hamile from has been changed to the Burkesvsille Campbellsville pike. For .'further Leader the change being made by particulars see Ashbrook & Eimunds, of Russell Springs, who bought the plant and ?.' bV ISith Administrators. will continue to publish a. paper at the same place with the name chang500 Pairs Ladies Mercerized Lisle ed as above stated. Here is looking at the new publishers. Hoae at at Sinclair's lf JUDGE CHAS. A. HARDIN. The Eighth Congressional FMatrict of manner and coMiality of disposi- is indeed forcuuate in that c tion make him friends wherever he is to b j represented by a Detuocrar knon. and that a man of the calibre and, caAs county attorney, as commonpacity of Jiulg Charles A. Hardin, wealth's attorney and as circuit judge, who comes of a hiie of ilirintMiislnKi i" lus made a for honesty statesmen, will upho ri the honor of f purpose arii correctness of judgthe country and reflect credit on a ment that will Imk his nama with the proud coosnruency, for vse tane it iiis.btrious men, who have dispensed that he is as sure to do so as he livta justice iu UiMdisirh't. What he has and be honored bv a majontv that done is .ii earnest of what he will do will ishow how C'csuhd is ro the hearts land the assunrc- - is therefore doubly of the people 'J'iire is not a man in surrf Hut at Washington he'will conthe district mdre capable of shedding tinue ins upward course of honorable lustre an it than le, and that- he will aim genuine service ro the nation, to take rank with the leading men of, his the State and his constituency. Every Democrat and other man party is assured. Thoroughly ac quainted wirh the needs of the po- 'with the true Interest of the district ple, lie "will make a. most useful and at heart will make it a point to see worthy member, and his knowledge of that Judge Hardin is not merely public affairs and the details of legis- elected, but that his majority is such lation will immediately give him a as will show to the country how highcommanding position Like most ly he is held in the heart3 of his peonew members he will not have to take ple and send at the same time a note a back seat for a session or so, but of encouragement and support to the even in a Republican Congress his great man who is laboring for us and high qualifications will be at once the world, and doing his best to make recogaized. horrible war hereafter improbable. every position with which an President Wilson needs such men as In constituency has honored him, Judge Hardin to aid him in his great Judge Hardin has demonstrated a work and to back him against the bitcapacity aud a grasp of ter opposition of the peanut politiaffairs, together with those qualities cians in Congress, who. moved by of mind and heart that have endeared spite, malice and jealousy, are doing him to the people and have made him their best to make his efforts of little invincible in the battle of the ballots. avail, A vote for Hardin is therefore H:s popif arity is onlv equaled by his a vote for Wilson and no real patriot acknowledged ability, and his saavit ' wilt wUino'd - Shelby Racrod. lt-wi- li - g broad-minde- d i- Echoes From Circuit Court. Gideon Sneed was given a trial upon the charge of attempting to rob a young lady, whom he met on a public He was road, of her pocket-boo- k in the given eighteen month(s tary. pent ten In the case of the auie against. Ewel Jones? charged with breaking Into Strong Hill's tobacco warehouse, failed to agree. Ten of the Jury stood for corrvictiom, two acquittal. Jim Buck Holladay, of color was given a trial last Friday upon the charge of forging a check. The, jury was out but a few minutes, finding him guilty, and fixed his punishment at five years in the penitentiary. In the case of John Christie against Hubbard for the possession of a farm, the jury decided in favor of the de Columbia Garage. have just opened a shop in the brick building near Smith's Mill. Repairing automobiles is my, specialty, and I guarantee my work.- - So bring your car or notify me where to find it. Lawrence H. Crandell. 38-t- I f Streamers are up, waving foe the j Chautauqua which will open here net Tuesday. Every body should attend in order that the slgnors will be able to meet their obligations "without going down in their own pockets. is in Adair County, representing the" Putman County, Nursery Co. He sells orchards of 100 trees and will spray and prune them free, for three years. He guarantees every thing he sells in the way of trees to be truo to the Considerable storm in the Grady ville name. He expects to visit all the country last Tuesday afternoon, and farmers in Adair County. lightning was keen and rapid. Mr. Ralph Willis, who is in Oklahoma, Jo Hunter lost a fine 3 year old sent his father, F. G. Willis, a few mule, and a great deal of corn was days, ago, a snake shell which measures laid flat. 7 feefand ten inches in length. V Mr. T. S. Jchnson H. B. Lamfort, advance man of the Chautauqua, was here the first of the week, finishing the advertising, for ticket sellers. The girls and yowig men have started in earnest, and will doubtless meet with success the remainder of the sale Mr. and-arrangi- days. F. M.Carter & Co., resumed drilling for oil at Nell, this county Mon day morning, The company was dowaseverrl hundred feet when they He quit drilling, last year. 17l.l.. l. i did not say the kind of snake it . was There will be Memorial services and the suit. If yourw&jat to get in touch, .with a from. It has created considerable in- - Joel Darnell will sing at Cane QU Company, vho is actually old folks day at Mt. Pleasant the Yalley the Fouith 'Sunday in this RoUin Montgomery, a' boy about mJm1 v Sunday in July at eleven terest. umuug uwuw Fourth upt3iwuK, uu , , T A month,, in the afternoon. jrwuo-uiu- , noo 1WM .uujo ri.... your, property uts tbe near future, jchwl uiiuiv ia JEld. z. T. Wfl. o'clock. Preaching by Sam Jeffries writes his relatives last Wednesday, charged -- with draw write us at osoe ,We have" the-rif- e Hams. good ing Lawrence Crandell. who'-is'a- ' oa- - his 'father, making ana tne experaace. . landed in Newport Newst. Ya.j that he acWniifinvItM-hlfl'frieodeilr'liig,irJ.eK.-pi1- i -- days" ago, from France., HtX't tfrf hkv him flftV Adair Oil Co. Mercerized Tftjito to close at40c yd., a. few garage. j'dohars. J tMiirnMohinea for repiirto his -- a. OI..UUU Care Jeffries Hotel, Columbia. Kpfctp to men Columbia sppo. i4 .& . OUWUIU B. JU ? .a-gna -- and fixed his punishment one year in fendant. penitentiary. The case ot Neese Gowen against Jas. Kearnes and Mrs. Urlal Davidthe Greensburg Loose Leaf House, is son, were before Judge Carter, last now on trial, and will probably be Tuesday, charged with adultery. . There were quite a number of wit- given to the jury this (Tuesday) afnesses introduced and tbe jury gave ternoon. them twenty dollars each and cost. Court is likely to adjourn Thursday. One of the witnesses of the defer.se was the womans husband. Notice Centenary Subscribers. In the case of Dr. J. N. Page against F. H. Durham, the latter being Those who subscribed to this fund charged with perpetuating thereby damaging the former's prop- please hand In your first payment on erty, the jury returned a verdict or before July 20, as first payment is against the defendant for $35.00 and due on that date. - cost. The odor from the scale lot J N. Murrell, Local Treasurer, owned by Mr. Durham, and the noise Columbia, Ky. made by stock, is what brought about In the case of the Commonwealth against Geo. W. Davis, charged with breaking into Jesse Sapp's store, on Barnett's Creek, was given a trial last Thursday. The jury found- - him guilty, as charged in the indictment J , -- .V . vii v t .V : 7- - U-T- 7 IfiTES usual way. This request was carried into effect, it is said. The grave is now unmarked and COUNTY. the place of its exact location has been the subject of some EST ;JOHN AVROE STEELE. controversy. Robert Morrison Montgomery, who was a relative No. 23. of the Casey family, and when a young man was present at the csn..' williamJcasey, mrs Jane Casey, resided, orjennieIcasey, and judge burial of Col. fifty years ago, upon a farm uprobert todd. on the opposite side of the highJttdge Robert Todd was a man way from the farm occupied by ai high character for integrity Casey, at the time of bis death, ;au2(f common sense, and the and at the request of Orion of an education far more Clemmons, who was a great than was common grandson of Casey, and who was satxaiig the men of his time, and then upon a visit to Montgomery, ssHjoyed the unbounded respect he accompanied Clemmons to saud confidence of his fellow citi- the burial grounds and pointed zens. He was a surveyor of out the grave to him. The buriznoce than ordinary accomplis- ial place is near Hebron church. hments and skill. The writer has On January 22nd., 1804. Col. iSieazd it said, that his home was Casey donated the lands, upon church now suear Bridgeport, in the present which Hebron tcosmty of Metcalfe, and which stands, to Beniamin Workman, ras, at that time, in Adair coun-t- John Telford, and David Truax, He was an older member of as trustee for Shiloh church. sens present Todd family, in the Shiloh church was the first Pres cijioity, of which Messrs. J. D. byterian church, and probably, Tjdd and A. G. Todd, and, also, was the first church building of Jcott, George and Joe Todd are any kind, erected in Adair coun members. A story is related of ty. Whether Casey was a mem.Judge Todd, which illustrates ber of the Presbyterian church h& simplicity and democratic in or not, is not now remembered. stincts of the people of the olden Casey left, surviving him, five Jime, in the community. The children, whose names were sstory as it is related, is, that Anne, Jane, Molly, Green and ..Judge Todd, when attending Betsy. Anne became the wife of the court, was "wont of one John Montgomery. Jane o bring his noonday meal in a became the wife of Capt. Robert bag, which he would place, for Paxton. who was a captain of a raafe keeping", upon the large company of soldiers, who we,re tatamp of a tree near the court volunteers from Adair county, in JiaiiaQ, and when he would ad- the second war with England. journ court, at the noon hour, This company, with others, went jie would proceed to the stump down the M'ssistipi river to New take his meal. Upon one Orleans upon flat boats, and .occasion, a voracious old sow, participated in the war in that with a Utter of pigs following part of the country. Capt. Pax-to- n ,!2er, approached the stump, and died at New Orleans, during smelling me contents of the bag, the campaign. He left an inreared upun her hind legs, and fant son, Col. William Paxton, seized the bag and devoured the who was afterwards, a member , Judge's dinner. A wag, who of the General Assembly for witnessed the sow make such Adair county. Betsey Casey, sshort shrift of the Judge's din- familiarly known as Peggy, beger, rushed to the door of the came the wife of Benjamin Ourt house and completely Lampton. Her daughter, Jane ttie dignity and gravity of Lampton, became the wife of the codrc, and temporarily, broke John Marshall Clemmons, and mp icd proceedings, by crying the mother of Samuel B. Clem,out, in a loud voice, "that an old mons, who is better known, as ,sow iad devoured the Judge's Mark Twain. Molly Casey be judicial dinner." came the wife of John Creel. At the election held for the The son, Green Casey, served as e!ectors for President and Vice a soldier in the war of 1812-1president in the year, 1813, Ca- He, thereafter, disposed of his sey was chosen one of the elec- holdings in Adair county, and tors for Kentucky, and in the migrated to one of the states in electoral college, cast a vote for the west, and was residing in cJames Madison for President Iowa, when the last was known vand Elbridge Gerry for of him, by the people of Adair county. CoL Casey died, in the year, Col. Casey's siBter, Mrs, 1X816, as stated before, at the age with her husband, aisity years. Mr. Allen, in Fletcher, iiis Jiistory of Kentucky, states, came to Adair county along with itfcRfCasey lived beyond the age Casey and Butler, in the year( of eighty years, but, in this, he 1789. The Christian name of is now remembered, jsras mistaken, but he did not Fletcher not Slave access to records, which but he was the ancestor of cerare to be uad in Adair county. tain members of the Fletcher he cause of his death is not family, which, in former years, was a large family in the county. now remembered. His body This Mrs. Fletcher, was the vwasnnterred upon the farm n same, whom the Indian had Which he then resided, and Casey jaear.to.the "station" which he seized by the hair, when killed him with a blow from his Reestablished there in the .times .of J 793. An im- rifle barrel. To Be Continued. mense oak tree now crowns his rjssting, place, it having sprouted And grown to its present dimen-isfca- a Stings or bites of insects that are .during the, century which followed by swellings, pain or itching .ag .passed away since his burial. honld be treated promptly as tbey Because of a peculiar reason or are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW. LINIMENT counteracts the poison. ;&ncy, before his death, he qeited his friends to cause him It is both antiseptic and healing. :t3 fee placed in the grave in a Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. . fitting posture .instead of the ON ADAIR m m m iSiiiiiiSiiiililiiSI WOODSON LEWIS COUNTY NEWS, WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. ' ADAIR WOODSON' LEWIS m m '$-- . i . pos-:se9J- ff 1 ray Nils ScllH M$s m J. I. CASE&THRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat crop. A Good Price is Guaranteed.. y. See Us In Time And Place Your Order Early For A New Oa3e Order To Be Readr For The Threshing Season. Outfit In If it's a Tractor you want, try a Case. Plow corn, pull all kinds of farm machinery, They are and save time and GUARANTEED labor. ad -- ye Will iVake The Terms To Suit You. WOODSON GRJEENSBURG, Repeal The Primary Law. LEWIS KENTUCKY. up-.a- et iiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSiKiiiiMiniSiSiiiii, Dr OFFICE 164. Elani Harris Eesldence-123.- $ It is impossible for men really interested in the future of Kentucky to express the universal feeling of disgust with the State primary law to secure a repeakf that yicious measure at next session of the Legislature? As things stand the primary law has almost no defenders. The Republican party in the State boldly and, we think, wisely, repudiated the law by calling a convention to "recom-me- n dnominations.Of courselthis was only possible because one faction has now a strange-hol- d on the machinery of the Republican party. But this does not take away anything from the fact that the managers of the Republican party refused to allow their party to be destroyed by a primary law which every one now condemns as foolish and mischievous. They called their convention and got a far better ticket by that method than would other wise have secured. The Democratic committee, on the other hand, decided to wait for the primary, and now the day for entertaining that primary has passed. The election is more than one month away; the.ballots need not be printed Tobacco Hail Insurance It is Too Late After the Hail Storm. OFFICE: Second Floor 5. Cor. Main andlDepotlSte OAMPB ETL.US VTL.H.K. KY. Ad minis e Localand Geaara Anesthetics WELL DRILLER Vice-Preside- nt. at -- 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 until fifteen days before the election, but the Democratic party, bound hand and foot by an abcannot make a surd statue, move, even though it should happen that 95 per cent, of its voters might desire to do so. The truth is that the primary law, in additon to doing a great many other bad' things, acts as the greatest obstacle to popular control of any statue ever passed in. this State. It prevents political parties from nominating any but confirmed partisans, it fores a man to avow himself an before any one can think of him as a candidate, and it leaves, in nine cases out of ten, important nominations to a handful of professional politicians, Louisville Post. office-seeker INSURANCE Keutucky. s$$$$i Columbia, ----- $ 6 B AUTOMOBILE LINE B fi up-,o- Gokimbla and Gampbeilsville 8 B Mail Car Ford Car 8 B -- HATT LyU-- i V $1'50' Round Trip' $2J5 $2.00 Round Trip, $30 trou-bleo- ua Special Attention to Traveling Men fi B B B B B B B On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the aboye schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia' 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville fi 1 B 9:30 p. m. and p. m. fi PHONES: ) J Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. ; s THE NEWS $L50 AND $2.00 A YEAR. THE ADAIR, COUNTY NEWS S-4- a; $4$QM$M$G4QQ&&& I: & LULL 1 I destiny I' : By Jackson Gregory Copyright i $, SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Senor don Antonio de la Guerra, wealthy Spanish ranch owner on the American side of the Mexican border. Is Informed by his American attorney that a technical error has been found in his wilL The senor signs a new document without reading it. CHAPTER II Teresa, only grandchild 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 III 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 TV 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 VT Dempton, the senor's lawyer, is brought to the hacienda at Stanway's order and Is accused of having received pay from Torres for altering the senor's will. CHAPTER VII 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's death within 24 hours. CHAPTER VIII The hacienda is attacked in the night en a signal given by Torre from within. He is foiled in his attempt to escape. CHAPTER IX In the confusion, Teresa Is abducted and several of are found wounded. Torreher attendants admits he Is responsible for Teresa's disappearance, and raises his demands to $50,000. Stanway starts In search of Teresa. CHAPTER X Stanway is mystified about a key of the no one appears to know thesenor's which believes use of. He It will unlock the door behind which the sanor and Teresa are hidden. - should they have brought the key?" "The key is heavy good to strike a hard blow," replied Pedro. "If a man had lost his knife and needed a weapon he might lake it. No, senor." "Bu nraaticnxne setforlta once more and " His teeth closed with a little ominous click. Torre, wiping the blood from his lips, glared at him with a boundless, almost speechless, rage. "Coward !" he sneered. "Since I am a prisoner, with a half dozen men ready to spring upon me, you attack me " "Gaucho!" called Stanway. , "Sr, senor !" Gaucho's brown face brightening, his eyes looking happier than they had looked for two days. "Do not interfere. Do not let your men take hand, no matter what happens." Then he swung about upon Torre. "Do you want to finish it now?" he said curtly. But Torre was once more himself, smiling, at ease, only a fierce hatred in his eyes. "Gracias, senor!" he returned. "I shall merely make you pay for that blow in my own way. And now I ask another ten thousand dollars as ransom for the old man and the girl. Ten thousand dollars for a blow, senor! Do you care to strike again?" Stanway shrugged. "You have overplayed your hand, Torre," he said quietly. "This note from the senorita makes me sure of what I was beginning to suspect Gaucho, come with me." Witli no further word, leaving Torre's mystified face looking after him, he went out, Gaucho at his heels. "Gaucho," he said, speaking swiftly from beyond the closed door, "I want you to come to the master's room. Bring some men with you six, ten I don't know how many we shall need. Let two of them bring axes. Let all carry side arms. Bring the picked men, Gaucho; the hardest men on the rancho. I think that there is going to be fighting this time." "The master?" cried Gaucho. "The senorita? You know " "I know nothing. But I think-t- hat they have never for a second left the house! Hurry, Gaucho!" AnC Gaucho hurried, his own face as mystified as Torre's. Stanway went quickly to the bedroom. "Somewhere in these great thick walls there is a passageway," he whispered to himself. "It runs from this room throughout the house and to the east wing where Teresa's rooms are. "Somewhere, down below perhaps, there Is a room, a dungeon. I think that it is just under the drawing room ; I think that that Is where De la Guerra is; that many of the things which Torre said were meant to be heard by the old man that they might taunt and mock him; I think that Torre's men down there heard the crashing glass, the words which went with it I think that we are going to find De la Guerra and Teresa there." He studied the yalls. There was nothing to hint at a secret door. tnt-rsp- "AquI, look !" esta!" he muttered. "Senor, Stanway's heart beat wildly when he saw what Mendoz had found." "The door of the passageway I" he whispered. Even i'Sh! Be still! take off your boots, companeros. We are going to give them no warning. But first, Mendoz, bring Dempton here, quick! I think he is going to talk now." Mendoz hurried, and presently came back, he and the immense Vidal, walking at Dempton's right and left "Dempton," whispered Stanway, meeting him, "make no sound. If he cries out" to Vidal and Mendoz "if he makes a sound choke the life out of him. Do you understand, Dempton?" xn tne paneling vhere uuumu thumb had pressed. There was a little click, and the pais el slid back Into the wall, showing a narrow doorway, a narrow passageway beyond. There were candles burning there, their steady flames casting a clear, yellow light. "Each man keep three feet behind the man In front of him," whispered Stanway. "We must have room. LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and PresecK PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. Vidal, Gaucho, come ot just behind me." He stepped through the door into wide hallway which ran the two-foalong Inside the wall, Its trend eastward and downward. There were ni steps, but the slant led quickly under the foundations of the great adobe building. YOUNG TODD, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Ktf EVERYTHING IN Dempton's pale lips opened, but no words came forth. A little shiver ran through him. "We have learned everything, Dempton," Stanway went on in his whispering voice. "Even to the hiding-placThere Is the door." He pointed to the panel with the thumb-prin- t upon "I think that we can send you to the penitentiary for a long time with very little trouble. Will you talk now, Dempton?" Dempton hesitated, denial upon his lips, growing fear in his eyes. "What do you want to know?" he asked in a shaking whisper. "I Oh, my God! This has gone further ale. Stanway passed the first candle set Into a .liche in the rough wood wall. Already he felt that he must be below the level of the floor when he came to the second candle. Here the flame it ready " "I want to know how many men are with Torre in this thing?" "There there is Juarez and and "Don't be a fool as well as a coward, Dempton!'.' muttered Stanway. "You are such a petty little thief that nobody is going to want to prosecute you if you help us now. There is Torre and Juarez and you. Who else?" "I I don't know." Dempton licked his dry lips and swayed between Vidal and Mendoz as though he were going to fall. "Oh, I was a fool" "Granted. But tell what you know while you have the chance. How many?" "Seven, I think,'-- ' chattered Dempton. "Seven besides Torre and Juarez. Five- inside, two outside with the horses." "Outside?" queried Stanway. "Yes. To ride away, leading extra horses, so that it would sound like a number of riders were racing for the border. To leave the trail which you followed south. The other five to do the work inside." "And De la Guerra was never to be taken from the house?" "No. It seemed safer this way." "There was every hazard In it " "Simply because you happened to be at the rancho," returned Dempton with a little flash of bitterness. "Had there been only the senorita, it would have been easy to have worked on her love for her grandfather." "And Torre?" "Killed a man a month ago in San Antonio is running away from the gallows. With the money he expected to make from this he could buy the silence of the one man who can identify him as the murderer. It was his only chance." "Juarez?" "Is actually a rebel captain. Torre was to give him his share, Then Torre was to have a commission in the rebel army. He looked to distinguished favors when the rebels fought their way into power. Now " "Now what?" "Now, if he goes into Mexico the rebels will shoot him as a traitor. That was another chance he was taking. He was to give five thousand dollars to the cause. For that they let him have Juarez and the other men. He was to give his life if he lied to them, if he tricked them or if he failed. He could never get across the border without their spies finding - was less steady, a little breath of air playing with it He turned a corner, the hallway opened up suddenly into a small, room some eight or ten feet square. Across the room was a heavy barred Also Ellwood and jAmerican Fence. door; in the center of the floor was a couch, and on the couch a man was lying upon his back, his hands clasped behind his head, a cigarette between his lips. Stanway was in the room, noiseless COin his stockinged feet, Vidal at his side. Gaucho was entering when the Incornoratcd man heard, turned quickly, and saw 16 Caat flatkel Street7 Between first and Brock them. He sprang to his feet But the cry rising to his lips was Louisville, Ky. choked back In his throat by the hard hands of the rancher. The struggle ended almost as soon as it began. But some sound of the brief scuffle must have penetrated to the other side of the oak door. Before the rest of the vaqueros could crowd into the little room the door had been jerked -open, a dark, bearded face showed at 3C3OC303C38CXthe crack. There was a snarled curse, the door slammed shut, and there was the sound of other bars lifted across it upon the other side. "Your axes!" shouted Stanway, leaping to one side to make room. "Vidal, you take one. Get it down, quick!" Bin, even to the attack of the great arms of Vidal and another of the cowboys, the great thick door stood defiant S? COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY as the swift seconds fled by. From the other side came the sound of quick, snapping voices, of scurrying feet, the sound of a cry which tingled through Stanway's blood and sent Vidal with rough-walled Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanize ROOFING and Painted. 5f vel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. - 1 I St$$$$$ &&x&Q&&&$ W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS I I fibf: insurance, INSURANCE. "INSURANCE THAT INSURES life fc Sir $xMei $$$ ! Staaway broke off, his eyes ran from Pedro's face to sweep the room, a sudden light came into them, and the blood ran into his face. My God," he cried, "I see it!" "You are wiser than i, senor." Pedro smiled contentedly and closed his eyes, looking very pale and weak. "You will let me have news when there is .inything, senor? I could get well quickly with good news." Stanway promised, took Pedro's hand quickly, turned and hurried out of the room. His step was quick, his eyes very bright "I understand now Torre's signal on the window," he muttered as he "And by heaven, how blind . went was! I know what he meant when I he said he was taunting a man whom he did not like ! It's the boldest game ing." a man ever played !" dark-face- how" He moved out the bed, found the spot which Teresa's note told of, set his thumb to it, and saw a panel drop down, shelfwlse, showing a great iron safe set In the wall. The safe was locked, the key missing. But he knew that he had found De la Guerra's bank. He closed the panel swiftly as Gaucho and his men came to the door. "Que es, senor?" Gaucho asked quickly. And the black eyes of the men thronging behind him eager, expectant told as well as words that Gaucho had whispered to his men that the Americano had a plan, that hope lay behind it. "Come in, Gaucho. Shut the door. How many men?" They entered as he spoke. He counted as the last man closed the door behind him. "Ten, senor. Five more are comd redoubled vigor to the onslaught on the door. At last the door fell. Stanway and Vidal, side by side, leaped through. There was another hall, wider than tho first, shorter. At the end of the another door, studded with nails, hurred upon the farther side. Evidently there had been a second "j'rd here, evidently in the next room were the prisoners. "De la Guerra!" shouted Stanway. h-- Columbia Barber Shop 'fcgtSS' . a9K3r m U LOY fc LOWE X AJSanltary Shop, where "both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed "Teresa !" There was no answer, no sound. "Smash in the door!" he yelled. "Quick! Gaucho, go upstairs. Tell them what has happened. Let thein watch out. Order the first man who appears to be shot if he makes a move toward a gun or to escape. Bun Give us a Trial and be Convinced, 36KaeK3S Gticho!" CHAPTER XI. "You Have Overplayed Your Hand." "I am afraid that I have been indis- . creet, Senor Stanway." Torre, with his old smile charged now with some. thing of mockery and much of triumph, held out a little piece of white paper to Stamway, who, key in hand, had just come from Pedro on his way to tire master's room. "But I think that I can plead an altogether unusual position as my excuse. You will pardon me, senor?" Stanway took the paper, guessing what it was, and read it swiftly: Ml Querido Senor Billy: "And" sternly "you can vouch for them, for all of them? You can trust every man to the uttermost, Gaucho?" "To the uttermost, senor," as sternly. "To the death in the service of the master and" his voice breaking Before Gaucho had turned to obey, before Stanway's echoing words sank into silence, there came from beyond LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. the door an exclamation of terror, a Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Millior DhU. sudden cry, and the reverberating of a revolver. crack Acta as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agentt Committee' and Trustee. andtw vah Then brief silence again for ji moas such in any County in theiState. ment which seemed lo 4, and the blows Pays 3 per cent ter Annum on Time Deposits. of two axes ripping and tearing at the A. G. 3TIT1I. SV- ANGEREUA GKAY. Treas. JOHN STITES. President. oak planks of the door. CHAPTER XII. The Louisville Trust j57b: a little "the senorita." "And the other five?" him." "The same." "Good! This is my plan. Come close, all of you." He addressed them in Spanish, speaking swiftly, his voice lowered so that the men must crane their necks and lean forward to hear. He told them of his hope that those they sought had never been taken out of Then Gaucho returned with word that everything was ready. Vidal, at To save papa grande, to save me from all that is horrible, there is no way but to do what Torre asks. In grandfather's room, behind the great mahogany bed, there is a painting on the wall. There is a spot In the woodwork, three feet from the floor, ten from the northwest corner, where you must press with your finger. It will disclose the banco. Give him the money for the sake of Tour Teresa. "You will pardon my having read it?" again smilingly from Torre. "Where did you get this thing?" cried Stanway. Torre pointed to the window, whose panes he had broken just before three o'clock. "There. On the floor. Some one threw it in on the floor while you were running so giddily across the border. You see this is very well planned, senor. Is it not? Even my lieuten ants" "If I do not do as she asks?" cut in eyes sharp upd Stanway, his on Torre's. Torre shrugged. "Who knows? Perhaps they will take the trouble to find a priest to give the senorita In holy matrimony to " In sudden rage Stanway, his nerves jangling, his rage reddening his face, leaped at the man, and as he leaped struck, struck hard his hard, clenched fist smashing Into the evil smile, cutting the lips so that the blood ran from them, sending Torre reeling backward across the room."Shut up!" he cried hoarsely. "You low-lidde- - scattered morsels of bread and meat, showing that here Torre's men had been. A glance showed that the room was empty of human occupants ; a secthe hacienda. ond glance found one man lying close "Now," he ended, "there is no doubt to the wall, limp and inert, a red stain-upoa passageway running from here to the his breast senorita's rooms. If we find this end Stanway ran to him, stooped, stood of It and attack they may escape at straight with a little grunt of satisfacthe other end. So we mwt be ready. tion. It was not any one of the De la "Gaucho, send two mm into the Guerra household. senorita's rooms. Let them be ready, "Shot accidentally by one of his felarmed and watchful. Send two more lows," he muttered. "Or else De la to the stairway. Let Tor.re and Juarez Guerra has got his hands on a' revolbe bound and watched over by one ver!" man only, a man whom you can trust A doer at the far side of the room and who will blow their brains out be stood open; a candle still burned fore he lets them escape." brightly upon a little stand. There "Let every other man in the house " had been no time lost In leaving. be armed and ready. Then "I hear men running yonder!" "Then, senor?" eagerly. big finger pointed through the "Then" with quiet determination open door. "Come, compadres!" "we shall find where the passage is if They ran with him, crowding towe have to tear down the walls. Hurry, gether. Gaucho !" Again there was a hallway, this one Gaucho ran upon his errand, calling by name the men he wished to go with far down under the main floor and so wide that three men might pass him. Stanway, bidding those with him to be very silent not knowing what abreast through It. There came a sharp turn, the footsteps were louder, men means the men he sought might have were running toward them. And theii, of overhearing what happened In the ,as several men shot into view: room, began a silent search for some "Stop!" cried Stanway, loudly, his sign of a passageway in the thick hand knocking Vidal's weapon upwalls. He Turned a Corner. ward. "It Is Gaucho and his men!" And now. at last fate and the quick eyes of a vaquero aided him. There "Where are they?" cried Gaucho, exStanway's command, bound Dempton citedly. "The master? The senorita? wasa little scratch on the redwood of securely once more; hand and foot, and You did not find them?" the wall' just opposite the door "You did not meet them?" in a sharp through which they had entered, a tossed him to the bed as one might fresh white scratch. It was Mendoz, toss a sack of wheat The men had cry from the rancher. "We met no one!" Gaucho answered, a young Mexican, who saw it; it was kicked off their shoes and boots, and hJi-aof TOOndnr In hlo voa Mendoz who found a mark of a greasy stood eager andexpectant Stanway, 'his revolver in his right jthumb upon the same panel, some four hand, pressed with the left thumb upon To be CeBtineed.) feet from the, floor. VI-da- l's The Senor Again. 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STATE SENATOR. 19th Senatoria1 District J. R GARNETT of Adair County. J X Every Democrat in Adair county is again reminded that it is very necessary that a full vote be polled in the Congressonial race. Judee G. A. Hardin, of Mercer county, is the Democratic candidate for Congress, and the vote on the 2nd of August is to elect him, not to nominate, hence it behooves every person who believes in Democratic principles to vote. Judge Hardin is a very able man, and it is predicted here that he will take first rank in Congress. The Eighth District will evidently roll up a large, majority for him as a testimony of the high esteem in which he is held a recognition of the who is destined ability of to make his mark in the National Halls of Congress. S N Mr. Yates the well known O'Connell, New- well driller of Columbia, has court, we were under the New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. impression that Capt. King port, Kentucky. been at work in this section Alvin Steger, Owenton, KenSwope went across and se'rved for the paBt ' three weeks and tucky. Feather-Tre- d Shoes. in France, and so stated. We John A Goodman, Elkton, has put down a number of good have since learned that we were Kentucky, for the Democratic wells with a fountain of the in error, in making that an- Nomination for the office of finest water that Big Creek offords. We are glad to say that nouncement. He did not get Clerk of the Court of Appeals. FURNITURE, CARPETSJDRUGGETS andlDAVENPORTS.- L E. Foster, Hopkinsville, Mr. Yates is the right man in any farther than a training Kentucky. camp in one of the Southern right place. Heavy W. P. King, Newport, Ken- the States. Mr. J. F. Pendleton of Greens-burtucky. Rice S Ej'ank, Lexington, dropped in to see us last President Wi.son landed from Kentucky, for the Democratic Wednesday afternoon, and while France last Tuesday and was Nomination for the office of here bought and received about PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. of Public Instructions. given a rousing reception when one hundred head of sheep and John W. Newman, Versailles, he landed in New York. Thurs'. Phone No. 12. lambs at the market price. We Kentucky. day he presented the Peace James G. Cecil, Boyle County, are always glad for Pendleton to Treaty and the Legue of Nations Kentucky, for the Democratic be with us as he is a very liberal io the Senate of the Uuited Nomination for the office of trader. 'States. That body will wranggle Commissioner of Agriculture i Messrs. James G. and Lee I Labor and Statistic. over it for a short time, then The Names of D. E. Phelps, Flowers of St, Louis Mo., spent adopt it? It is a document that H. A. Walker, will appear a day or so with their relations in brings about lasting peace to all and on the Democratic Ballot for ourcity last week. The young nations. the office of Justice of the Peace, men are looking well and we in the 7th Magisterial District, Every Democrat in Adair coun- Columbia, Adair county, Ky., were all glad to see them. On ty should become active in the both parties having filed their their return they went by to see Geo. and family at race for Congress. Judge Har- certificates of Notifications and their brother Next Door to The Adah County, New Office. They were accompadin is to be elected ton the 2nd Declaration of same with the Monticello. by their father, Mr. Geo of August, not nominated, and County Court Clerk, as required nied by law. T. Flowers, and their sister, Mrs every voter who believes that he REPUBLICAN NAMES TO AP- C. 0. Moss and Mollie who spent should succeed the late Harvey PEAR ON THE BALLOT. a few days with them and their Helm, should be at the polls. At August Primary, brothers family at Monticello. Aug. 2, 1919- ' interesting! left to a majority of votes in the When you feel lazy, oud of sorts Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill and reading his very President Wilsom preserved GsogjteW. Jolly," Owensboro, county. But in conclusion we daughter Miss Ruth in company the daylight saving law by through the News and we must say to Bro. Harris that old and yawn a good deal in th9 daytime, Kentuffiy. letters Agricultural Bill, which CharretJ. Dawson, Pineville, with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hill, of are certainly v glad to know that Grady ville is for good roads now you can charge it to a torpid liver contained a rider moving the Kentucky, jfor the Republican Adairville, spent last week in is enjoying the blessings and all time to come and that which has allowed the system to gefc clocks back one hour. He said NominationlOT the office of At- Jamestown and Russell Springs while he sunny South, Democrats for Gov. Black are for full of iraparties. HERBINE cares a!l with relations. We are informed of the grand old that to repeal the daylight law torney General. our next Gov. Put this in your J. H. Branstetter, Glasgow, that Mr. Hill is on a deal for the that he has not forgotten his old disorders produced by an Inactive would 'involve serious loss to hat, Charlie. Kentucky. WestRussell Springs Hotel property friends back here in the iver. Itstregthens that organ, cleans- business. Capt. P. W. Rushong,'tEdmon-ton- , Notice. where at there. ern part of old Adair es the bowels and puts the sjstem in Kcntuckapr. the W. 6. Helm, dentist, of Greenburg, Remember that the vote on We must say to our old friend this .particular time there is not will extract teeth with pas. the ofnro of good healthy conditon, the " 2nd . of August to elect .SenS!oTjori9th district. Dr. W. B. Helm, sight for any improve- and former editor of the News, muphin Adv . Sreensburg,, y. .. Ssld by Pauli Drag Co Hardin 'to Congress, not to nom Attest S. C. Neat, Clerk. Mr. Harris, that :we all :enjoy' mt0.JubHC!roid84ifit1fap, - t ,i William B. In writing the article about the speaking the first day of,cir-cu- it General. John D. Carroll, Newcastle, Kentucky. P. J. Noel, Harrodsburg, Kentucky. James D. Black, Barbourville, Kentucky, for the Democratic nomination for the office of Governor. W. H. Shanks, Stanford, Kentucky. R. C. Oldham, Winchester, Kentucky, for the Democratic Nomination for the office' of Lieutenant Governor. Frank P. Hager, Paintsville, Kentucky. D. E. Mc.Queary, Pine Knot, Kentucky. Mat S. Cohen, Lexington, Kentucky, for the Democratic Nomination for the office of Secretary of State. Andrew Clark Vance, Henderson, Kentucky. Henry M. Bo3worth, Lexington, Kentucky. J. P. W. Brouse, Somerset, Kentucky. John W. Rawlings, Danville. 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Buttler principal and Miss Conover assistant. We are all looking foi -ward for one of the best schools that we hive ever had here. The thing tor the patrons of the We. are school to do is to start their chil-dre- n at once and send them every day and we are satisfied the teachers will do their part and we certainly will have a good school. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. SUBLETT & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. THE BUCHANANLYON CO., Incorporated COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. .) CAMPBE.LLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 4444444444444 4444444444444 4 4 4 STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE 4 4 4 4 Latest in tapes waists, ..-- -', nam ana rancy uress SilKs. $ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY Masterbilt and Iron Bedsteads, Enamel. I g, Su-intend- 4 4 4 4 I Albin Murray Columbia, 4 4 4 544fr6HK"C"fr6"Q"Q" Kentucky 4 64'Q"e"6"6"6"6"9 44 - veto-ingj;- he . Rraubli-caromHuoiPT- or ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & Personals Wliat These Satisfied Customers Say: "SATISFACTION". Duringthe time from July 1, 1918, to the present, the following satisfied purchasersof pianos or players in this and adjoining counties have been recorded: Prof. Romulus Skaggs, Principal of the Russell Creek s Baptist Academy. E. T. Curry, Merchant, Campbellsville. Rev. N. F.Jones, Campbellsville. R. B. Wilson, Traveling Salesman, Campbellsvillle. J. M. Kearns, Machinist, Campbellsville. Dr.'C: V. Heistand, Campbellsville. John! Peterson, Jailer, Campbellsville. Mrs.l Minnie Donan, Teacher. Ompbellsville. Mr. T. H. Drake, of Winchester, was here one day last week. Mr. C. C. Baker, Burkesville, here a day or two of last week. Mr. was PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock I EARNINGS fgEarnings nearly six timos new Interest requirements of this Fa-- E Annual .Sinking Fund equal to 5 SINKING FUND of Net Earnings. is Hugh Sharp Jamestown, was In Columbia a few days of last week. Mr. J. W. Allen, Owensboro, madea. business trip to Columbia Friday. Mrs. W. B. Hansford and two child- SocXri& RftSS" paid on the common stock unless quick assets are 150 of liabilities-rKICE 100 and accrued dividend to yield 7 JAMES C. WILLS0N&C0., 210 S. Fifth, Louisville, with0?rtbe consent of the majority of preiaTj . Thf Comnanv ha honr .,i.,Vi wk n,i . PROTECTIVE PROVISION r, - i f G ly. ren arrived from Somerset a few days ago. Mr G A Kemp is dtcidedfy bet'er, Miss Catherine Nell, who visited at we are giaa to report. Bowling Green, returned home last Mr. J. C Winfrey is in Cumberland, week. Mr. H. W. Stevenson,, an oil man of this week, on business. ' ' f FARM NEW j BULLEFI Winchester, was here a few days of last week. Attorney Wm Hobson and W. J. Dunbar, of Jamestown, were here-Thursda- Miss Allye Garnett returned from Bowling Green Friday night Mr. Browder Bowen, of Bowlintr Green was here last Saturday .Misses Vfc and Mary Hughes Have Now Ready For Distribution. More than 50 farms desexf2"S Get yojr name on our mania', list at once. W. A. Tucker, Farmer, Wess, Ky. Hugh Campbell, Farmer, Wess. J. H. Grant. Farmer, Campbellsville. G. H. Squires, Farmer, Miami. J. F. Ewing, Fanner, 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, Dellsville. returned from their Western trip. Miss Bettie Jane Irvin,of Bakerton, Phelps. is visiting relatives and friends here Mr. J. E. Sanders, of Louisville, was Mrs. G. P. Smvthe left for home. registered at the Jefferles Hotel a few Bradetitown, Fla., Monday morning, Mr. Jacob Myers, of Canton, Ohio, is visiting at the home of Mr. D. E. k. Semonm - Goodm&xz Incorporated Louisville, Ky, jtjl days ago. Thursday. Mr. H. Camp- - J. H. Rltchey, cf Burksville, Mr. J. C. Newman, Owensboro, was visited here last Friday and Saturday in Columbia last Wednesday and Mr E. G. Dob3on,of Campbellsville. Mr- - r AUCTIONEER u : was here Friday, a witness in a case. T. H.''Skaggs,iMerchant, Mac W. H. Dodson. Merchant, Atilla, Ky. Christian Church, Casey Creek. A. F. Scott, Dealer in Timber, etc., CaseyCreek. T. L. Burress, Farmer, Campbellsville. Jim Parrott, Farmer, Campbellsville. L. K. Kearns, Farmer, CampTbellsville." Alphonzo Campbell, Faimer, CampbellsviHe. - - '." Reese Frogg, Farmer, Campbellsville. IraRead, Farmer, Campbellsville. James Read, Farmer, Campbellsville. ThomaslRead, Farmer, Campbellsville, Sam Read, Farmer, Campbellsville. Edgar Perry, Farmer, Campbellsville. . :. Rile Feather, Farmer, Campbellsville. CampbellsviHe. IraJRussell, Farmer, LessDurham,!Farmer. Campbellsville. ' T. B. Clark, Farmer, Campbellsville. Owen Mardis, Farmer, Campbellsville. T. L. Russell, Farmer, Campbellsville. G. C. Brockman, Farmer, CampbellsviHe. J. S. Brockman, Farmer, Campbellsville. Luther HazeJ, Fanner, R. H. Compton, Farmer, Robert Tupman, Farmer, Dulworth G. O. Corbin, Farmer, Dulwcrth. Elliott. Barber Campbellsville. G H. R. A. Hutchison, Farmer, Columbia. E. L. Moss, Farmer, Columbia. M. E. Blair, Farmer, Glensfork. W. H, Wilkerson, Farmer, Glensfork. B. Jackson, Farmer, Crocus, Ky. M. E. White, Farmer, Casey Creek. L. M. Goode, Farmer, IKnifley. Millard Eller, Farmer, Campbellsville. Lillie Hayes, G;mpbel!sville. G. C. Thompson, Farmer, Atilla, Ky. Buddie Despain, Farmer, Atilla, HSandusky, Farmer, Atterson, Ky. Uriah Pennington. Farmer, Atterson. B. H, Shreve, Farmer, Merrimac, Ky. ' B.fcBeltcn, Farmer, Merrimac. r John Dermity, Farmer, Wess, Ky. " " Earl Harris. Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Turner Johns, Campbellsville. B. H. Campbell, Farmer, CampbellsviHe. Sam Roberts, Farmer, Campbellsville. "' J. . Allen, Machinist " Mrs. A. Marples, " Gill, Railroilman, Seth Miss Rosa Hash, " Annie Ellis, Howard Gaddie, Farmer,5Bengal, Ky. Joe Tucker, Farmer & Timber Dealer, Casey Creek. Leslie Montgomery, Farmeri& Merchant, Columbia. Sam Grant, Farmer, Cane Valley. James Woodrum, Fanner, Cane Valley. Frank Hutchison, Merchant. Cane Valley. E. N. Leachtnan, Tobacco Dealer, Campbellsville. f 'Lee -- " E, D. Wright, Farmer & Timber Dealer ' " " Ed Gore, Farmer; Giles Gore, Farmer, " F. M. Pike, Farmer, " L. E. Speer, Merchant, Buckner, Farmer, - Mrs. Frank Napier, Phil, Ky, J. W. Knuckles, Farmer,JLebanon. 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, K. Alexander and Russell Mr. W. H. Wilson, wife, and son, Jo Eades, Burkesville, were here last arrived from Campbellsville Monday1.' Wednesday. Hon. C. F. Montgomery, a promiMr. J. S. Davis, Bowling Green, nent lawyer of Liberty, was 'here made a business trip to Columbia a Friday. few days since. Messrs. W. G. Pickett and A W upon Howard, of Greensburg, were here Mr. John Q. Alexander called his trade in Columbia, and out in Saturday, Adair, last week. Miss Frances Browning, who visited Mr. Liburn Phelps, of the James- her father, at Lebanon, returned home town bar, attended court here a day or a few days ago. two of last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Lloyd, of near Mr. Lee. A. Lawless, clerk of the Burkesville, is visiting her daughter, Russell circuit court, was here a day Mrs. J. C. Winfrey, this week. or two of last week. Mr. Jas. C. Feese and Mr. R. T, Ballard, mother of Mr. A Mrs. Jones, of Pellyton, made a business who resides in Ohio, is visit- trip to Columbia last Saturday. ing at the home of her son. Mrs. B. V. Edgar and Master Davis Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Frazier, of Tatum, Joplin, Mo , spent several days Kan-sais visiting at the home of last week, with MrsEd Hood of her uncle, Mr. Jas. T. Page. Mr. Ed Stone id visiting at the Miss Amanda Sanders and her little home of Mr. Jas. Sudda'rth, having arnephew..Robt. McDanieis, Louisville, rive from Texas a few days ago. are visiting relatives in the county. Mrs. E. B Birger and her litule Sa-lin- a, s, Business Solicited i ADAlR'and ADJOINED ? OUNTIE5 J. M. WOLFORD,. CASEY CREEK, KY. t . L. PL Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Special attention given Diseases. tufca" Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of tows, tor Jamestown road. 1 Phone 14 G. Columbia, K?V--- Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Sicra- - or down t QneBrsp w Bo u r be n Poultry Kenasiiy- fcTce Mr. C. W. Alexander, cashier of the daughcer, Dorothy, are spending a few Bank of Cumberland, Burkesville, weeks with the former's husband, who made a business trip to this place last is at present at Memphis, Tenn. week. Mesdames Mr. Charles Menderson, Reed Smith, Frank Jones, Miller, Robert Hord, of The Cumberland Campbellsville. Allen Russell, of the Archibald 'Wheel J. Grocery Co., Co., Brink-le- y, '. Ark. Mrs. Byrdie L. Hendrickson, Urich, Mo. Mrs. Lillie Cave, CampbellsviHe. Ezra and Gordon Cheat of Akron, Ohio, arrived in Columbia are visiting at Bakerton. Mr. Friday, and will visit friends here ham Gordon Cheatham accompanied them and in Cumberland county a few weeks but returned. Misses Essye, Jewell and Verly Mr. W. L. Grady, one of Adair's best Phelps, Mevin Phelps, Jacob Myers, known stock men, made a visit to Charles Menderson, Reed Smith went Columbia, from his home, Gradyville, to Cumberland Co , Saturday, for a few days. last Wednesday. ir&r ?. A few drops in the drinking: water cnrea "J A T3'C5Jb5' and prevents wbi to f diarrhoea, cholera and othT ricrle diseases. One 60c bettie naVir. T gallons of medicine. Pint buttles, $1.20, makes ?2 eaHoa. JLt d?nt?trt3 or aent hv ra&it sosktrak J3Bourton Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky fTTStfTififf wU pr-'c- e ( SURGEONS agree that in C033OsS 'uts, Burns, Bruises and WooaiSi.-- ; the FIRST TREATMENT is xseoB important. When an EFFIfcJisiivi antiseptic is applied prompM, chejsv is no danger of infectczt arxti si b-wo- und W. H. Graham, Farmer, Greensburg. C. H. Harmon, Farmer, Greensburg. Mrs. Green Cave, Campbellsville. W. F. Caffer, Farmer, Campbellsville. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Harris, of Miss Mary Dishman, of Glasgow, begins to heal ons. was registered at the Jeffries Hotel Catlettsburg, are visiting relatives in man or beast, BOROZQF 3 nae on Friday. She is a trained nurse, and Columbia and out in the country. IDEAL ANTISEPTIC aiwi. Mr. Harris is the City Judge, of has been to France at J-'tz-r js-th- e , E-. . We Want Xoufas One Added to This List WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. ()Oi)li;li;Uiii;iiiMiiii(illirsiriiii)iiiii Kimball, Schubert, Kingston, or any other make you may desire, assurHaynes,Auto, ing 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 the following excellent jnakes: Morris, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baldauf, Louisville, is spending a few Mr. weeks with his grandparents, and Mrs. Sam Lewis. Mrs. R. V. Bennett and her three children will leave for a six week's visit to her mother, who resides at Decherd, Tenn. Mr. R. A. Myers, of Monticello, spent a few 'days of last week in Columbia, his wife and son having been here for two weeks. Judge J. H. Graham, R. L.Durham, L. M. Henderson and B. H. Skaggs, attorneys of the Greensburg bar, are here, interested in a case in court to-da- y HEALING AGENT. Boy ifc xtr- Mr. Gordon Montgomery went to and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Louisville Sunday and returned. On' iLttsc his return trip he was accompanied by his cousin, Mrs Tinie Weils, of Rugby. Russell Springs, who was a patient in Pope's Sanatorium for six veeks She has greatly Improved. 4t children's Day.at Breedfiyj Catlectsburg. Mr Jo Eubank, and his two married daughters, Mesdames Fred Cannon and John Harter,of,DanviIIfc. HI , arrived here last Thursday morning, and stopped at the home of Mr J. H. Judd. They wereeuroute to their old Mr. Eubank is a home, Enmonton sou of the late Ed 'Eubank, and nephew of the late John and R C Eu 'i bank. Mr. A. S. Chewnlng, of Hopkinsville, and his niece, Miss Edna Chewnlng, who teaches in the South, arrived last Tuesday. On Wednesday, Miss Ida Hogard, arrived. They all stopped at the home of Mr. B. F. Chewning In addition to these the following were there on Sunday: -- C. L. Gore, wife aud daughter; J. C. Hutchrson, wife and baby, and Miss Dean Russell, of Campbellsville, Mrs. T B Rice and daughter and Miss Willie Chewning, Romine; Felix Royse, Gar-liB R. Hutcherson, wife and baby, Joppa n, last Sunday, a gathering. there was lh& largest crowd ever there at socb- People from-d- i f erent parts of Adairr olher counties. The cb2fi ren 3howed excellent trainin. The piece acted by Mrs.. 5r2d Simpson and Mr. Sam Rbws's daughter, representing angelv-wa- s pronounced the best- - Mt5 Holland Simpson was trainer,. Metea-fcfpar-an- Mrs. Mary F. Breeding, the widow of the late R. T. Breeding, is in a very low state of health. She resides at Phonograph Music, Sheet and Roll Music Latest, Snappiest, Most Popular Selections See Our Complete Instrument Display In Go dy Block, in East Main Street. Sanders & Hendrickson, Campbellsville, Kentucky. Breeding, and is in her 86th year. Miss Minnie Tripiett and Mrs. Edwin Craveus and little son, James Montgomery, visited at the home of Mr. W. T.'Grant, Hardin, county, last keek. Miss Stella Conover, who teaches in the High School Wheeling, WestVa., is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conover" Mrs Mac Watt, (nee Miss Virginia Coffey,) who visited her parents and other relatives herej'started Saturday morning on her return home, Mem phia, Tenn. Bryan Garnett, who was in the service, was discharged at Fort and reached ' home Monday night of last week. The life cf a sol dier appears tchave agreed with him." Ogle-thrope than last year, that is the only fruit cropw-SK7l- , and the highest ever known in the Mr. Bob Simpson- - boughi-- ivsml. State A very large number of .Columiba' residents visited the Griffin Spring's The school is 96.10, 85 cents higher There is an epidemic of JCuarr: here. People here are , about tlarast plowing corn, but lots of hoe work yet to be done. Several from here attended at Columbia the Fourtcu. There is the largest crojvof per capita for this year berries here we ever- .t&J-pjenic sawbs. atifil-. Sunday afternoon. thorough bred lambs, town, a few d'ay.8. ago- -v 3 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- 1" Spirksville. ter at this date. Pvt. Wm. H. Crops are Jooking good in' this part, mostof the farmers are done laying by corn. Rev. A. W. Rowe and Rev. Frank Ferkin held an all day service at Harmony the Fourth Sunday which was largely attended and good service. The Children's Day at Breeding last Sunday was largely attended. Prof. E. T. Wooten made a business trip to Louisville last week. Rev. Granvil Jaggers attended Centenary meeting at Columbus Ohio,last week reported a nice time. Mrs. Charley Redford who has been confined to her room for several days with fever is some better at this writing. TheSsinging at Antioch last Tuesday night by Prof. L. Aken was largely attended good singing and a nice time. Mrs. Ella Rowe has been confined to her room this week with a complication of diseases but is some better at this writing. -- udge reached home Tuesday evening, after spending several months over seas. Every body was glad to see wild 'Bill. J. H. Breeding made a business trip to Gradyville Saturday. Mrs. Kate Akin is at home, after spending several days, with her daughter, Mrs. Estes, at Columbia. m paign Illinois. W. T. Bailey and family visited .&p relations in Adair county, last week. J. R. Bernard, traveling salesmen, of Monticello, has been with his father, W. H. Bernard, for several days, the elder Mr. Bernard being quite sick. There will be a pound meeting mrjm The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 2 Ply $2.75 Ply $3.10 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID i Ply $2.50 at the church here the 3rd Sunt day in July, for tne benefit of pastor, Rev. S. B. PerkinB. Worms interfere with the growth the of children. They b ecome thin, pale Every body come and bring your and sickly. Get rid of these parasites offering. at once if you would have healthy children. Jhappy, cheerful children WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE destroys worms - and benefits the system. Adv. Sold by Paull Drug Co. 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 impurties HERBINE cures all disorders produced by an inactive iver. It stregthens that organ, cleanses the bowels and puts the system in good healthy conditon, well Sold by Paull Drug Coj Ad v -- Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle. and Breeching. - Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc' the Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STALE - and FANCY GROCERIES. Eller Toria Several from this place attended the cbildrens day at Breeding Sunday, all report a nice time Mr. W. B. Hill, of Louisville, "was calling on his trade at this place one day last week. Mrs Sadie Janes has been very sick for several days, but is bet- - The corn crop is looking in this past. This section was visited by the The Senat stood 55 to 11 against heaviest rain for many years, the exemption of beer and wines Monday June 23rd. from the guzzler has gone glimDr. J. B. Tarter, of Russell mering. Believing that' they Springs, was here on profession- would be exempted, 33 saloon al business, Thursday. keepers in Louisville made appliMr. and Mrs. Eli Tarter, have returned from a several cation for license after July 1 week's visit to Ethard Tarter, and put up the necessary $5 as provided py 'ordinance with the of Russell Springs. W. H. Bernard, merchant of application. The city will thereKarlus, has been quite sick for fore have $165 to show for their several days, but is better at money. It is different iu Lexingpresent. ton, where every bar room has D. F-- Bernard, and Miss. Luella Jphnson, are quitesick at agreed to close and make no fight at midnight, June 30. It is just as this writing. Leonard Bernard will leave well, as prohibition has come to Saturday,! June 28tb, for Cham "stay. Furniture, 31 arpets, Rugs and Druggets. VlV Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries, Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OFfEACH MONTH. BLUEBIRP Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night .MMiJXm United States Tires are Good Tires NELL & CHEATHAM, ii COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. IS i$&i ; TRIBUNE EDITOR GOT HIS SALARY ORDERED NONE PAID TO EM. PLOYES WHO ENTERED SERVICE BUT TOOK HIS OWN AGAINST WAR WITH GERMANY copy of The Tribune in which the announcement was made that Mr. Patterson was being sent to Germany to get the German point of view. The witness admitted having been arrested in Belgium, on leaving Germany, on a charge that he had written pro-- j I German articles. "In The Tribune you opposed and denounced war with Germany, didn't you?" asked Ford counsel. "We did not oppose war, we discouraged it," answered Mr. Patterson. "We had been at close quarters and we knew what an awful thing it was." "But you advocated war with Mexico." "We advocated intervention." Writer Too The witness admitted having discharged Frederick Wm. Weil, Tha Tribune's London correspondent, before the United States entered the war. Counsel for Ford asked if Weil was told that his articles were too "Pro-Britispro-Ally. Joseph Medill Patterson and Writer of Dollar Editorial" Testifyjn Defense of Paper In the Ford Case. "Million "Well, doesn't intervention war.?" mean "Usually." Advocated is what I probably said," returned the editor. Col. Henry J. Reilly, commander o the famous artillery regiment from Chicago, known as "Reilly's Bucks" took the stand and testified as a military expert to the necessity for inter vention in Mexico. A long deposition was also read fromJames W. Gerard, former U. S. Ambassador to Germany, placing the blame for Mexicas troubles at Germany's door. "Too pro-Britis- h The Real Thing Right Through i KM--. 31 . : i&, rw ?. Tf i Put United States Tires under your car and you'll find them the real thing. They're built to wear to give you the kind of economical service you want. And that's just what they do. Hundreds of thousands of regular users will vouch for that lots of them right around here. There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for' every need of price or use. We have exactly the ones for your car Tire's. We Know United States Tires are GOOD That's Why We Sell Them. Sold By ' r- Mt, Clemens, Mich. Witnesses for The Chicago Tribune in its defense of its action in labelling Henry Ford an "anarchist" included Joseph Medill Patterson, one of the editors of The Tribune and Clifford S. Raymond, writer of what is now known as the "million dollar editorial." In the course of the testimony it uas developed that Mr. Patterson issued an order when Tribune men began to enter the service of the country after the United States entered the war, that no wages were to be paid to the departing men, whether they had dependants or not, but that he personally continued to draw his salary of $20,000 a year after he went to France. d Both Mr. Patterson and Mr. they knew also testified that Germany wanted to see the United States at war with Mexico but that despite this fact The Tribune coa- tiaued to urge intervention in Mexico and to oppose war with Germany. Tkis was drawn out on ation by counsel for Mr. Ford In an endeavor to show that The Tribune up to the time the was UHiSed States entered the war. Ray-mancross-examipro-Germ- an J - m. E. 'NOE and G. M. STEVENSON, KCES: . VERNON HOLT, Jamestown. Kentucky. Arrested In Belgium Counsel for Mr. Ford, asked Mr. Patterson if it was not true that he had gone to Germany during the early lays of the world war fer the purpesa of wrjting the German side of the aoBtrbyersy. Mr. Patterson deald yU and CQUnsal tkan- - intendm"! o Taking Mexico Notice. "You advocated the taking of MexW. B. Helm.Jdentist, of Greenburg, ico too, didn't you?" The witness was shown a will extract teeth with gas inclined to deny this until copy of The Tribune in which the Dr. W. B. Helm.' seizure of Mexico was urged editor ially and then aswered "Yes." Greecsburg, Ky. Mr. Raymond, when asked by counwhy The sel on Btulncss Phone 13 13 B Tribune excoriated Theodore Roose- Residence Phone folvelt because of his utterances N. lowing the sinking of the Lusitania, OR. such talk was not said he believed DENTIST helpful to the government in reaching a decision, and that calmness was "fficp. Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg desirable. HP 5taii. "Did you ever argue for calmness when a border difficulty arose?" Columbia, - Kentucky asked Ford counsel. "I think not," answered the witness. "You UBed some pretty violent language yourself, didn't you?" "I believe we did." Upon direct examination Mr. Raymond denied knowledge of the InterYears Used national Harvester Co., and Standard Oil Co., stocks held by relatives of the editors and publishers of The Tribune and also denied interference with his editorial utterances. Mr. Patterson likewise denied that Standard Oil or the International Harvester have had any effect on The Tribune's editorial policies. Mr. Patterson admitted having once been a member of the socialist party. Ford counsel offered in evidence Mr. Tin Www's Patterson's book, "A .Little Brother to prove that of the Rich" in an effort Mr. Patterson oace held views similar Sold Everywhere m to those attributed to Henry Ford. It was not admitted,. v.m 25-3- m cross-examinatio- n J. MURRELL ft i 40 CARDUJ Tub J iADAlR rCUXTY K2W3 Cert'ainteed . ANARCHY EXPERT DISCUSSES FORD UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR CALLED TO POINT OUT "RED" DOCTRINES. WHEN WHEN Senor de la wealthy IS MAN AN ANARCHIST? Plaintiffs Views Are Shown to Those of Best Loved American Thinkers and Writers. Certain-tee- d Certain-tee- d u renders a war service. "ANARCHISTS." 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 Professor Jesse B. Reeves says Henry Ford's doctrine that Humanity is constantly on the upgrade and that while it makes mistakes everything tends toward good, is "A fundamental principle of anarchy." Spanish land owner on the American side of the Mexican border, suddenly disappeared one night, all the evidence pointed to Mexican rebels as the abductors. Billy Stanways suspicions that things were not just as they seemed caused him to take a long chance to find the missing man and capture the guilty parties. The success of his plan is entertainingly told in our new serial Health About Gone thousands of suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs.Z. V.Spel!,. olHayne,N.C. "I could! not stand on my feet, and: Just suffered terribly,"' she says. "As my suffering was so great, and be had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. I began get Cardui. . improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were Many women DICE 0 Ford's counsel reads quotations from Emerson, Whittler, Lowell, Holmes and Abbott, showing they held the same view. that men compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d w. a uwtv mv 8aiinm as piUVCU uy lu cuuiiuuua uc OrT Question: "Were these anarchists." Witness answers, "No." DESTINY Keep on the Lookout for the Opening Installment! about gone." e for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, 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 PSienxaif JStSlWsM Officet & Warehouses in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d 1 Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods S. M. ANDER & CO. KENTUCKY. Mt. Clemens, Mich. Who Is an anarchist and what is anarchy? The Chicago Tribune, which called Henry Ford an anarchist, and was promptly sued for $1,000,000 as a result, introduced an expert witness on anarchy in the trial now going on In Mt. Clemens, Mich. In an effort to establish definitions of anarchy and anarchists which would convince the jury that there was no libel In the newspaper attack on the manufacturer. Prof. Jesse B. Reeves, head of the department of Political Economy of the "University of Michigan, was engaged by The Tribune to support its contentions by his testimony. Under direct examination by counsel for the Tribune, Professor Reeves declared that the views credited to Mr. Ford by journalists who had interviewed him were identical with the views held by such well known an- Tucker, The Tribune introduced as evidence TAKE Dice of Destiny A desperate game of love between a young American rancher and a Mexican that required quick wits and a CARDUI The Woman's Tonic She writes further: 4T am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. brave heart. Our New Serial It's Too Good to Miss! OAMPBELLSYILLE, ofHenry Ford's anarchy the following Quotations, attributed to him in articles which have appeared in newspapers and magazinesT "C Chautauqua HasTo Offei " r What Thisear s self-center- ed N EVER has a Chautauqua program been at once so Varied and so interesting as that offered for this year. Great masters of oratory and wonderfully alluring entertainers combine to offer" a series of numbers that must make the most citizen grow suddenly enthusiastic. Just glance over the program and dare yourself to stay away I ii 1 I -- $ ,i !l Afternoon Opening Concert Evening Musical Prelude Play Reading, "The Country Cousin" Afternoon "IS AN . Lecture, "Parasites" Evening Prelude Entertainment, Magic and Illusions Musical tesariMfeP HI Mm FIRST DAY i II IBS-- I ) a Jr H Hugh Anderson Quintette Hugh Anderson Quintette Miss Jeannette Kling SECOND DAY Prelude....: Emerson Winters Company Andrew H. Haruly Emerson Winters Company The Floyds B&x.! t ".- - V.YH V fcfe THIRD DAY Afternoon Concert Evening Prelude Lecture, "Peace and Its Problems" FOURTH DAY Fisher Shlpp Company Fisher Shipp Company Hon. Edmund H. Hinshaw 3$k J"ttv Afternoon vs't Bra lw 'iiii' I Musical Entertainment Rudolph's SwiS3 Entertainers KLVlft Evening Rudolph's Swiss Entertainers Prelude Cyrus S. Nusfcaum Lecture, "Our Town and Our Nation" Afternoon Concert Evening Grand Double Concert FIFTH DAY' Bland's -- Orchestra Orchestra ....Bland's In addition to the above program, special work for the boys and girls has been arranged with games, stories, parade and pageant. The Junior Chautauqua comes every morning at 9 o'clock, beginning the second day. SI A " I Every housewife sbould know something of the homes of the food products she buy& She should know something of ifie materials used of the methods employed. "No." Is the factory clean? Is it sani"He said, 'There never was a food" war, or a bad peace.' Was he an1 an- tary? Are the materials pure and archist because he said that?" kept pure? You can't always "Certainly not" "Professor, is the Idea that Human tell by "the looks of an article or lty is on the upgrade, as Mr. Ford beby the taste. There's only one lieves, a fundamental of anarchy?" "Yes, anarchism holds that Human- safe way and that is knowledge ity is all right, it only needs to be lot alone and it will work out its own of the source of production salvation " acquaintance with the factory. Were They Anarchists? The Calumet Baking Powder "Yet this idea was held by Emerson, Whittler, Bronson, Abbott, William Co. of Chicago seem to appreJames, John Fiske, Oliver Wendall ciate the importtance of the Holmes and James Russell Lowell. Were they' anarchists because they be- housewife knowing the facts lieved this?" about the Calumet factory the "No." "Isn't it true that many wars in the Home oE Calumet Baking Powpast, not all but a majority, were der They not only invite everybrought on by the quarrels, greed and one to visit their plant but also avarice of rulers?" "I think many wars have been publish booklets, etc., picturing brought on, I think this wjir was." "Do you agree that it is very foolish and describing their factory. It for the people of the countries involv--e- d is the largest,finest, best equippto allow themselves to be slaughed factory of the kind in the tered in such wars?" we look back on it now, yes, we world. Absolute sanitation gov"As would say that." "Well, that is precisely the senti- erns every operation of manu ment you call anarchy in Mr. Ford." facture. Every appliance, every Much testimony having been offered f to show that Mr. Ford held jobs open inch of space is kept hygiencially for employees who were called into clean. Human hands never touch theai;med forces of the nation and that he also provided aid for their Calumet. Calumet is made only dependents where the latter were in of the highest grade and purest need, The Tribune, which originally charged that Mr. Ford would not do of inregdients." It is absolutely any of these things, is now attempting pure, when it reaches the user to prove that the assistance which he positively pure in the gave was late and was a result of the and is leaves Tribune's attack. residue of baking-no-harmf- Fundamentals of Anarchy. i "To my mind Humanity may make mistakes, but cannot do anything worse. I think that everything tends toward good. Even this great and bloody war is help--' ing toward permanent peace." "I think war is largely the re suit of greed ok the part of thosa who profit by lt.0 "The momeAt we get people not to acquiesce in war, refuse to go to war, there will be no more war." These views, Prof. ReeV6s testified,' were found In the works of every anarchist of International reputation and were, In fact, fundamental priri' ciples. of anarchy. Thereupon counsel for Mr. Ford took the witness. "Professor Reeves'', said counsel, "was Benjamin Franklin: an anarch-ist?- " 't Whaf Do You Know . of The AH Druggists- J72 Home of Food Products You Use-- r- - An article for food use in a anteeine at all times strict adherprotection can or package is like a person ence to their policy of unsanity dressed in his" "best," But you against impurities and can'fc Jud2e b apper&ncfe. factory conditions! fiOEGEOXS agree that in cases of Cuts, urn, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is mosb important. When an EFFICENT antiseptic is applied promptly, thera is no danger of inectlon and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. In Bourbon County, Ky; fully 85 per cent of the crop has been transplanted. Where the rains have fallen the crop looks fine and white it is growing all over the country, still tobacco in thoeer sections which have not had rain would be greatly benefited by a good downpour. does not make any difference whether you own your house or home, but one little room in that house you can It make a real and true home to you. You can furnish it with such beautifying thoughts, you can turn to it with such sweet fancies, that it will be fairly luminsus with their presence, and will be to you the very perfection of a home. -- HENRY DEPP, . Gei Your Season Ticket of ttie Local Committee Columbia Chautauqua July 22nd to 26th. . Checks Produced. Counsel for Mr. Ford has produced stacks of cancelled checks showing gent out to soldiers' dependents who applied for aid, beginning as soon as the case could be investigated and Calumet Baking Powder Co. tk 8 records made, and continuing ua-a tanAarA x ai . til tke husband returned to werk. I wuya open to investigatiotf-guar- - that regular monthly allowances were DBWUST f any nature. Am permanently located in Co" In acquainting the housewife lumbia. with their rigid rnles of cleanAll Classes of Deafal work doae. Crew liness, purity and sanitation, the a ad Ialay a die work Speelaity.t .ui:Qu fw ,- All Work Guaranteed Office: naxt deor to pose oSot.' N - - 5vL ? .. 8 : J' 'J THE AtJAlR COUNTY NEWS iri x .., J .- -, , f' REPORTOFTHE: CONDITION " T" 9 '' WORTHMORE BRAND ONE PIECE OVERALLS Wt i i' i OF THE BANK OF COLUMBIA Doing Business at Town op Columbia, County of Adair, State of THE REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF , NO,, 676& . ItESERYE DISTRICT NO, 8. . , - v&irttv' TTlf 7 memmzk ,, wissw TROPICS-- It's mm, mvy , czzam j , Ml FIRST NATIONAL BANK. S; i- f y CIRCULATION .'BINDING,' 5s the only logical garOF AW ment for comfort, neat Suspenders w- - vrnu i NECK v appearance, and hard stetfhJO FEET ail " fSEAMS use. The cloth is of supJr v mv iTRiPLE erior quality, all seams STITCHED ,are ah t 3 ' at w every detail has been BRASS 'Considered and perfect LP Sm a 'BUTTONS satisfaction is assured. RIVETED frhmjl...HaV P7 tm r 7VH rtf It allows freedom of heinforci EDZJt k3U i7 !H r""f movement and protects STRAi n Llltl .1 triple-lock-stitch- ed, The Worthmore Suit NO FREE Kentucky, At the Close of Business on the 25th Day of June , 1919. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Stock, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY, fAT THE CLOSE OP BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1919. RESOURCES. Hi. .Direct from the iiilte?, jnHHtuBHKiy MaHV 3 ssaV llSSSSSr . , WfaST) ?JSa7 AW I the wearer completely. Ct POINTS I I. MLtT . ECONOMY They are better They are cheaper The one piece suit is here to stay, the same as in underwear all progressive dealers have them. Our guarantee .goes with every garment. Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- d. 1 1 - saaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaai GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. - Distributed by J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Louisville Kentucky. Incorporated 'WKx&rn. r .- Loans and discounts, including re270 353 65 discounts, (except those shown 3204 216 10 1733 60 inb aodc) 3204 216 10 114 136 55 TotalLoaas 57'&t2 10 U.S. Bands and deposited to secure 27 763 10 circulation (par value) . . ."$25 000 U, S. Bonds and certificates of indebtedness, owned and un53143 items...., $27 027 25 pledged .,3202 25 Banking house. Furniture and 2000 00 Liberty Loan Bonds 3H, 4. and fixtures 24 050 00 4K per cent unpledged... t.. 480 210 43 Total. Securities other than U, S. bond3 LIABILITIES. (not including stocks) owned 332376 71 unpledged Capital stock paid in, in Total bond3, securities etc, $30 000 00 32 376 71 otherthan U. S Surplus Pund 40 000 00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Undivided Profits, less ex1 650 00 (3 Per cent ' subscription) penses and taxes paid 7 431 40 i value or cansing nouae owneu 3401 556 23 I Deposits subject to check uuu w .... and unincumbered 379 42 Due Banks and Trust Companies 662 79 Furniture and fixtures - charged off Reserve for taxes Lawful reserve with Federal Re Other Liabilities not included under 24 352 26 serve Bank....: 130 59 any of above heads Cash in vault and net amount due Total 4S0 210 43 73 174 23 from National. Banks . STATE OF KENTUCKY, I Checks on other banks in the same )aCl COUIITY OF ADAIB, city or town as reporting bank "We, W. W. Jones and Jno. W. Flowers, Presi1764 13 other than item 17 dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do Total ot items 14. 15. 16. 17 solemnly swear that the above statement is 7493341 andlS true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Checks on banks located outside of W, W. Jones, President. city or town ot reporting bank Jno. W. Flowers, Cashier 219 12 and other cash items Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th Redemption fund with U. S. day of July 1919. Treasurer and due from U. S. 1 250 00 Commission Expires, Mch. 8, 1920. Treasurer Joe S. Kvifley, N. P. A. C- - Interest earned but not on Notes and Bills 1 676 69 Receivable not past due collected-approximate KflB,'' kb J. urn iBHHnn"" MmmF'wv: srtvj vr!5. iaudN. SKCTAfiOTaKl?7 ,. "?.aavA HmmmkPfc i sented to the American trade, being an extra large, light icuuiereu uerry 01 umionn size. J.nis coiiee comes to yoH 100 per cent pure not mixed or blended it is so heavier ladened with that rich, lu- cious, tropica! flavor, possessing such 1 fl A Za licious fragrance and aroma that it should m a i justly be termed the coffee WAXATAN is classed as the most desirable offee ever pre- Fit for the KINGS. "CTTDDCMC VUC kUl UJL VAU.-- , UilO 1.JUXI, fry tp4JHKWS1BflBKlR3Vr'WEH JmfW'(V jygft iBpl BPTfiLTjBfcr-Z m ui J rrLaifi t iKgiMO m A JfV aengntyou. . L lT7i.A . TRY IT. it-&kti. ., will certainly - J. Zinsmeister ROACTTTD EXCLUSIVELY BY & Sons, Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders Campbellsville, Ky. ,' Louisville, Ky. JEWELRY I am careful in selecting my Stock or JEWALRY, because I know the people want the best. I have just received a new line of the Latest be located has not been suggested. Kepresentea in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Camnbellsville, Ky. - - F. H. Durham has closed his scale lot. Farmers who want to weigh stock will have to go elsewhere. The town can not afford to be without a weighing lot, but just where one can Mr. Total. LIABILITIES. 39? 756 54 JUoeal News, ship-tingp..50.- FARMERS BANK The Chautauqua. harder Doing Business at Casey's 25 000 Capital stock paid in 29 500 Surplus fund 310 566 83 Undivided profits Less current expenses, in S3 913 44 7C53 terest and taxes paid Interest and discount collected or credited, in advanse of maturity and not earned approx1 100 imate Amount reserved for taxes accrued Circulating Notes outstanding.. 25 000 1 78S Net amounts due to National banks Total of Items 32 33. 34. and 35, 1 786 13 Individual deposits subject to 00 00 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 received 39 a New Line of Ladies Vanity and Envelope Inspect Leather Bags. Before 67 00 13 Buying Do Not Fail to Them. L Columbia, Notice. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky. - -- - Creek, County of Adair, 27ever have people worked Markets. than our Chautauqua Gommittefs season - and now that the big (Ertrfiisvllle, July. 14 Cattle Prime this days are drawing near it is beginning 3sparfc steers 812.001 3.00; heavy to be more evident thatlsuccess is to 00;liht310 10J; heifers be their due. And well it, should! kS3.08l2.00; fac cows, $8 5011.25; For it would be a pity if there $6.to 8 50; cutters $5.506.00 can should be a single vacant seat for any acre 85.5.25; bulls $7 509.50; feeders of the unsually strong attractions of. i?Hll 50: stockers$7.50 to 10.50 choice fered us this year. aiilch CO 95120: medium $6595; In an article of this length it is impossible to do justice to the Calves Receipts 673 head. Prices multiplicity of unusual talent we shall Choice veals $19 0019 95; be privileged to 0c hear during Chaujtiedium 10.0015.50; common 610. 00. tauqua week. me-"iiu- tn State of Kentucky, At the Close of Business on the 25th Day of June 1919 RESOURCES Loati3 and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, bonds and other securities Due from Banks Cash on hand 66 305 50 ' 5 500 13 914 3 GH 35 09 00 30 01 check... Total of demand deposits (other 302 716 35 than bank deposits (subject to Reserve. Items 36, 37, 33. 39. 40and41 v.. $302 716 35 1392 756 51 Total State cp KETUczr, The Soldiers meeting at Weed on ss: County op Adaib the same ground will be held on the I, E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above 6th and 7th of August 1919, the named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the b?st of my knowledge preachers G. W. Shadoens of Somerset and belief. E. H. Hughe3, Cashier. L. F. Payne, T. M. Pardue Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day ot July. 1919. Boe. All Soldiers old and Leonora Lowe, Checks and other cash items Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate I ' 0J0 00 and Willie young in Totals LIABILITIES Capital Stock raid in. in ca?h $90 413 84 fI5 f Hogs Receipts 3,193 head. Demand eood. Best hogs 165 lbs and cZ3 22 50; 120 to 165 lbs $21 50; 120 lbs rtSoHTii &L9.50 throwouts $2 000 down. Sliscp and head imr!i:( steady all through, best lambs :!7. seconds I12; culls S9 to 310 Sheared sheep 37.50 bucks 35 50 down. i Butter Country 3538c lb. lEgys Fresh, case count candled :35c o 37c Lambs-Receipts,36- An election will be held in Adair GOVERNOR 10 000 00 Over 100,000 yards at bargain prices. County on the above mentioned date 190 443 84 Total He Can Win in November. Take advantage of this. Fall goods in the various voting precincts of said STATE OF KENTUCKY , Advertisement are going to be much higher. Give County, for the purpose as above CountyofTatlor Set circuits We Mc.O. Qoode and T. O. Morton, President Cortez Sanders, stated. For instance, three of the most and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemn- me your order at once. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, Phone 142. Sherritf of Adair County Ky ly swear that the above statement is true to the eloquent lectures of all Chautauq.ua-dobest of our knowledge and belief. are to appear here. In spite of Mc.C. Goode, President. Miss Delia May Rdwe, who is a T. O. Morton, cashier. the universal popularity of the Hon granddaughter of the late R. L. Hobson & Pendleton, of Greens-burg- , Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th Edmund H. flinshaw, who, heads the day of July 1919 Johnston, a native of Adair county, are receiving a great many My commission expires Jan. 21, 1922. group, itisdfficult to of was married in Little Rock, Ark., Sheep and lambs at different points in O. L Gowdt. Notary Public, the lecturers is most gifted orator. Correct Attest: two weeks - ago, to Mr. Calvin C. this section. Mr. Pendleton was here Tfie meeting that has beeuconduct-r,d- , O. L. Goode. Calk, a prominent young business last Friday, to receive five hundred ic-B- . Emit Goode. tent at Garlin, for the past Messrs. Hinshaw, Hashbum and S. S. Goode, Directors. Harnley are known from Coast to man of that city. An informal re- headv The firm paid from 8 to 14 r ten days, is said to be doing good, and moHt. Revenue officers found a small still ception followed the ceremony. The cents per pound for the lot. ids well attended The ministers who Coast aslecturers of exceptional capacity and magnetic personality. Their in the woods, in what is called bride's mother, Mrs. Annie Lee delag the preaching are members Mr. D. P. Weeks, an oil man, writes sub'jects of Come on I Nott for a real tobacco oC s. demonination in Russell county, and destroyed Rowe, resided in Columbia with .her C. G. Jeffries that, he is nerfeefciner all t known as "The handlings of' present day txat Hit up tout old pip or parents a number of years ago. to our community and it. take a man's ilia chev and $t Tnltsi Brethern in Christ," and not vital interest It had been recently used. arrangements preparatory to sinking a how this waxy. Bellow, old tTriH country bid fair to start a new train itJxe Holy .Rollers as was first reported. Attention, Property Owners. nnst thn eocUea ot TOOT heart. well at Knifley, this county. The well TVm of It alana will tals yoa rlrht bade far of thought in many a person's mind. REPORT OFTHECONDITION A.geiciamaa who has been attending will be drilled on Mr. Jeffries farm Hioro I Ask for War Hawk At all IIto jaarchant. Among the great entertainment 1 am now in my office and I want ntrie and helpful sermons are OF THE Guaranteed by Mr. Weeks will have an office in features booked are many unusal to call as rapidly aa Columbia and the furniture for it will John D. Moore Tobacco Co. the racosroiuTXD attractions. For instance, the only GRADYVILE tney can and list their property. be here in a few days. LOUISVILLE. KY. Uofice of Election. dramatic reader in America who has L. H. Jones, Tax Commissioner. permission from Booth Tarkington GFensfork. b BANK, rfja complyaoce with a proclama and Geo. C. Tyler tc present readings Mrs. Ada Kelsay has set up vri The meeting at Garlin was attended iaa, issued by the Governor of Ken- from "The Country Cousin," the Doing Business Town of by Miss Nellie Lewis of Crocus, goods in the Chapman old stand hundreds of people Sunday. An -' '" tucky, on the 12th, day of May, 1919, great Tarkington comedy drama of jGradyville County op Adair abundance of delicious edibles were isnspending a few weeks with at this place. Orderiog'that an Election for Rep- real life is Jeanette Kling. And &f iss State op Kentucky. spread upon the ground at the noon relatives near here. resentative in Congress for the Eighth Kllng is coming to our own Chau- At Tandy Thomas left last week the Close of Business on hour. Several from this place attend..Congressional District of Kentucky, tauqua. for Illinois. the 25th day op June 1919. ed the soldiers picnic at of the Counties of Adair, RESOURCES Take Notice. The beauty; of the singing: voice in Mr. Will Jones, who has been 58 931 18 Loans and Discounts Boyle, Casey, Garrard, .Anderson, Columbia, Juljr the 4th. solos and vocal combinations Is Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 298 98 very sick for some weeks, i3 Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, coming to us in the 17 231 73 Miss Oma Winfrey, of Louisfull" throated, Stocks, Bonds and other Securities All persons having claims against 20 817 14 Due from Banks 'Shelby and Spencer, be held in each clear toned and masterly better at this writing. harmonies Cash on hand ville, was visiting her grand10 433 12 the estate of Robert T. Pike, will premating precinct in the Counties afore-iixt- of Mrs. May Morgan and little the Hugh Anderson Quintette, Banking House Furniture and sent them, properly proven, between parents, Mr. and Mr3.Thos. Tay2 947 69 Fixtures I on Saturday August the 2nd., whose musical numbers are real son left last week for Nebraska now and the first of October, 1919. lor, of this place recently. 21919. $110 659 84 Total. Chautauqua classics. , 36-J. H. Pike, Admr. LIABILITIES Miss Frosia Bennett,daughter where she will join her husband, Rudolph's Swiss Entertainers bring Capital stock paid In, in Tfee widow of late Jas. Gaskin, who of Mr. and Mrs. Ethridge Ben-nett,- who has been there for several for Sale. 15 000 00 Cash ,.....; Reafc Eugby, this county, died last the music of the lictle Alpine Mvei Surplus Funds 4300 00 this place and Mon tie Kay months. Ssbsrday night week. She was a very public in their costumed vocal and in- Undivided Profits, less expenses Prof. John Jones, is attending 50 Water tight barrels, hold from. Darnell, son of Joel Darnell.Fair-1503 44 and taxes paid strumental numbers. old lady. 89 851 40 Deposits Subject to check 20 to 50 gallons, and. can be uned for play,Ky., eloped to Tennessee last institute in New Castle, Ky., this The Emerson Winters Company $110 659 84 total any purpose. week. Tuesday night. When baby is suffering the double and the Fisher .ShippConcert Com- STATE OF KENTUCKY (Set. County of Adair Nell & Son. jaeiictioE. of hot weather and bowel pany both provide entertainment of "We, W. M. Wilmore audO. O, Moss, V. PresiMrs. Lula Jones is visiting her Mrs. Roaenbum, of dent and Caabler of the above named Bank, do the highest caliber. And at the end rtorders, the remedy needed is Columbia, and her mother, Mrs. sister, Mrs. Eliza Shirley, near solemnly owpar that tho above statement is For Sale. BABY ELIXIR. It reduces of the week comes Bland's wonder- true to the 1ms of our knowledge and belief. Sarah Blair, of3 this place, were Miltown this week. WM. Wilmore, Vice PresideaL itfee feverish condition, corrects the ful all American Orchestra with a O. O. Moss, Cashier. V School opjtned'up at this place A good Jersey mikh covy and visiting the latter's daughter;; .fteaach and checks looseness of the potpourri ot music that will leave Subscribed sad sworn to before me this 12th caff. Apply to Lawrence Pick- Mrs. B. Sr Millie, at Crocus, Iiot' laetHorlday' with Miss Thomaa-in- e a mighty pleasant memory with darof July.ttifcr wtls. .SoldbyPaullDrugCo. Mr c i mwimtin eggirea Jaa.- 29. 1999. Chautauqua-goerGirnett teacher. Wednesday. TiLif .4 Gee. S.NeU;Notarr Public Adv. ett, CampbeMsvilfe, Ky. I I 97 m From first to last the features are of a most attractive nature, offering the very highest class of talent to be seen any where on the Chautauqua Surplus Fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check Time Deposits Reserve for tixe3 Bills Payable 000 00 3 000 00 Notary Public My Commission expires Jan. 20th, 1921. Correct Attest: Braxton Massie, John D. Lowe, Henry N. Miller. Directors. Ylted to be present. T. G Coffey chairman. Born, to the wife of J. W. Young (Burley.,) oc the morning of July 12 a fine son. His father thinks he will CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARR0LI make a good batter. 22199 56 06 85 6 135 00 Reduced Price Sale. Democratic Candidate For 30-2- t. say-whi- ch vi Boy-tow- n, 1 1 tax-paye- rs STATE 37-2- -- at -- ,- r -- d -- . 3t of I 37-2- b Mc-rUEE- 'S Finis - a. v 'a .! cm