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Some months before her death, she met with a stroke of paralysis at her home in Oregon. Making no impovement, it was decided to convey her to California, hoping that the climate in that State would be beneficial, but she gradually weakened until the end came. As the wife of Dr. J. . Taylor she was a resident of this town for a good many years, and before her marriage she was a teacher in Adair and adjoining counties. She lived to be quite old, and was or eighty-seveprobably eighty-siwhen death came. Her many friends and pupils who were under her many years ago, will regret to read of her G-well-know- n x n COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, (919. Death of a Young woman. NUMBER 39 Beautiful Thoughts. The Lebanon Enterprise has a column entitled the Family Circle, and from it we clip the following: Honor the dear old mother. Time ,has scattered the snowy flakes upon her brow, plowed deep furrows on her cheek, but is she not beautiful now? The lips are thin and shrunk, but those are the lips that have kissed away many a hot tear from the child ish cheeks, and they are the sweetest lips in the world. The eye is dim, yet it glows with the soft radience of love that can never fade, Oh, yes; yes she is a dear mother. The sands of time are nearly run out, but feeble as she Is, she will go farther and reach down lower for you than any other on earth. You can not walk into a midnight where she can not see you; you can not enter a prison where bars will keep her out, you can never mount a scaffold too high for' her to reach and bless you with her deathless love. When the world shall despise and forsake you, when it leaves you by the wayside to die unnoticed, the dear old mother will gather you in her feeble old arms and carry you home and tell you of all your virtues until you almost forget that your soul is dlsig-ure- d by vice. Love her tenderly and cheer her declining years with holy devotion. Join the Navy. Congress has Officers of Primary Election. At a meeting of the Board of Election Commissioners of Adair county, Ky., held in the office of the Clerk of the'Adair County Court on Monday, July 14, 1919. Present, Cortez Sanders, Elzy Young and W. B Patteson. It is ordered by the Board that the following persons be and they are hereby appointed officers of the primary election to be held in Adair county, Ky., on August 2d, 1919, in the following precincts, : it West Columbia, No. 1 U. N. Whit-locJudge: Owen Wilson, Judge; Ray Montgomery, Clerk, J, L. McLean, Sheriff. East Columbia, No. 2. A Hunn, to-wk, For Sale. r just authorized enlist- death. To hizlp ments in the U. S Navy for 2, 3 or 4 years, during next 12 months. This is a wonderful opportunity for young men to receive valuable training and return home improved mentally and physically. The main induce-- ' ments are: Many trade schools are maintained In the Havy. The Fleet is scheduled to make some Interesting foreign cruise's in the near future, pay has recently been increased, and there are splendid opportunities for . rapid advancement for good men. Ages 17 to 35 Recruiting Offices located in ten cities in Kentucky. Free transportation ticket will 'be furnished upon application to Navy Recruiting Station, Louisville, Ky., for persons desiring to enlist. Address U. S Navy Recruiting. Station, Main Hdqrs. for State of Ky. 412 South Fourth Ave. Louisville, Ky The Columbia and Jamestown Tele Last Saturday night,' about8 o'clock Grace Feese, the widow of Mr. phone line will be sold to the highest Sam Feese, deceased, after a long ill- bidder At public auction on 4th day of ness, died at the home of her father, Aug-.- , 1919, at Columbia, Ky. $ Mr. Sam Conover, near Columbia, a The line will be first sold in sections, Mrs. Judge; A. 0. Hood, Judge; W. F. Allison, Clerk, Foree Hood, Sheriff. Soldiers. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the Estate of Nonie J. McCaffree, deceased, to file same with me at the Office of the County Attorney, in Columbia, Ky., properly proven, on Saturday, August 7th, 1919, and all parties indebted to the estate of the above named decedent will please call and settle said debts. This July, 15th, J919. R. A. Waggener, Admr. Clean up your premises The State Board of health has sent out letters, informing the people that it is very probable that Kentucky will be infected this fall, with influenza. It is a' fearful and dangerous disease, and the Board wants every family, in all communities to clean their back premises, and by so doing the town that is ,in a gooefsanitary condition will more than likely escape the plague, should it visit the State. The admonition sent out by the State Board should be heeded. It 'Will be too late after the disease has come. 1919 - The outcome of a bill offered in Congress is watched with interest by men who have had service in the United States Army during the world war. This bill will give each man one $50. 00 Liberty Bond for each month of service with the Government. It has been estimated that five billion dollars has been paid out by the GovNotice.. ernment to Civil War veterans while it is estimated that three billion dolTo all election offices, who may be lars will pay the expenses incurred by holding keys to ballot Boxes, are rethe present bill and will enable him to quested to return them at once, oblige take care of himself in his old age. S. C. Neat. C A, CO. Government "authorities are conA writer on thg Lebanon Enterprise fident that the' bill will pass suq. cessfuly. asks; "Do we all patronize home as we should? You don't ex Report of the Grand Jury. pect grass to grow without, water; then you can't expect local stores to A grand jury of Adair county, after enlarge their stock to suit your needs days, returned if you don't buy from them. Wj3 be'r&ij sssfoneen following indictments, classified as be the IA.oulo: have more : and their follows fcweeen our merchants 6 Breach of peace, customers. Demand sooner or later 4 Trespass, creates a supply. If you want some6 Wreckless weapons, thing you can't get in your town 2 Concealed weapons, stores, tell your dealers, traders or 2 Disturbing worship, , merchants. Let them get it for yo u 2 Petit larceny, Give them the chance at least to fill 3 Assault andbattery, we the hill. With the 2 Failing to work the road, will have neighboring towns giving us Bringing liquor into dry district, 4 their trade instead of giving them 2 Uttering forged instrument, ours." 1 Selling pistol to minor, Trading horses without license, 1 About as disgusting a habit, noticed 1 Cruelty to animal, in Columbia, is the everlasting proma-nadinby a few girls, around the pub4 Fornication, 1 lic square." Some of them start at 1 Breaking into storehouse, o'clock in the afternoon on Saiurdays 2 Obtaining property falsely. and it is kept up until 8 or 9 o'clock 43 Total, in the evening. Mothers ought to have sufficient judgment to know that Mr. R. L. Faulkner, of Griffin such conduct does benefit their daugh- Springs, and Mr. Henry Buchanan, ters. A girl, especially a poor girl, who is a near neighbor, both living cannot be too prudent in this day in Taylor county, had In eighty acres and time. each in wheat. It was threshed last g No. 3. J. C. Browning, Judge ; Virvln Compton, Judge ; Cas- stus Cheatham, Clerk, Cash Leftwich, Sheriff. Keltner, No. 4 Shelby Gibson, Judge; Waller Parnell, Judge; A. B. Henderson, Clerk, Brice Edwards, Sheriff, Gradyville, No. 5. W. L. Grady, Judge; Allen Dudley, Judge; Luther Bell, Clerk, Leslie Dundley, Sheriff. Elroy, No. 6. J. H. Branham, Judge; C. C. Coomer, Judge; J. T. Rose, Clerk, F. A. Strange, Sheriff. Harmony, No. 7 Montford Lewis, Judge; Joel Darnell, Judge; Alvin Loy, Clerk, Tom Bennett, Sheriff. Glensfork, No. 8. W. R. Taylor, Judge; Loren Collins, Judge; John Webb, Jr., Clerk, Quintilion Montgomery, Sheriff. Milltown, victim of pulmonary trouble. She was twenty-eigh- t years old the 2ith day of last March.. Herhusbaud died about three years ago, leaving her with two children.both girls. The deceased mother was a Miss Tupman, and she leaves many relatives in Adair county. She was a consistent member of the Baptist Church, but the funeral was preached by Eld. F. J. Barger, of the Christian Church, Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. The interment was in the Columbia Cemetery, beside the grave of her husband Much sympathy is felt for the two little orphans, but God in his infinite wisdom will take care of them. The grand father, with whom they will live, will do all in his power to lead them into the paths of righteousness, and after a while will again meet their loving mother. as follows: From Columbia to the. Holia-da- y place, including a phone at the Holladay place, about four miles. (1) From the Holladay place to Montpeller, including two phones and (2) a switch. About six miles. (3) From Montpeder to Liberty Church, about two miles, line and poles only. (4) Short line at Montpelier, from the store to J. Y. Dudley's, including line and poles. From the store to G. A. Bradshaw's, including all line and the poles from the C. & J. road to G. A. Bradshaws, and the line only from the store to W. S. Antle's including two phones " White Oak, No. 9. A. J. Combest, Judge ; J. P. Conovr, Judge ; Geo. J. Epperson, Clerk, Mont Wilson, Sheriff. Little Cake. No. 10. I. C. Breeding, Judge ; Jo Goodin, Judge ; Mont Tarter,' Clerk, W. R. Knifley, Sheriff N. T. Jones, Judge; C. R. Rubarts, Judge; Bill Jones, Clerk, J. M. Rich, Sheriff. Roley; No. 12 -- Owen Arnold, Judge ; Clayton Goodlu, Judge ; Milburn Wolford, Clerk, Gus Dunbar, Sheriff. Cane Valley, No. 13 Lee Biggs, Judge: Geo. Rice, Judge; L. M Smlth.'Clerk, J. M. Woodrum, Sheriff, Egypt, No. 14. J. B. Grant, Judge ; Avin Burton, Judge; Eb Foster, Clerk, Tom Murrell, Sheriff. South Columbia, No. 15. Ben Con- No. 11 Then the line will be offered as a whole and which way brings the most will be the sale. Terms cash or bankable notes. These lines will be either sold or taken out and discontinued, so parties on the line that are interested had better get busy. The suit of Neece Go wen against the Any further information desired Greensburg Loose Leaf House, to recov- call on L. C. Winfrey, Columbia, Ky. er over $3,400, the amount the plaintiff 39-Luther Williams. claimed was due him in the price he contracted a certain amount of tobacBuy your tickets to the Chautauqua, co to the company and the price it was today and save money. By so doing sold for. In other words he sold the you will help the local committee that tobacco to an agent of the company made it possible for Columbia to have for 835, 00 per hundred. When it was a Chautauqua. delivered the company refused to receive itr and it was sold for less money. Entertained The difference in the price it was sold for and the price contracted, was a On the evening of July 19th, Miss little over $3,400, and Mr. Gowen got Rena Cundiff, popular daughter of a Judgment for the full amount. The Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cundiff, Heraline case will be appealed. (Mt. Pleasant) threw open the doors 2t Pellyton, All persons owing me for 1918 and are requested to call and settle without further notice. Miss Julia Eubank Rev. H. C. Carpenter, of Wood-burKy., and Rev. T. B. Lasley, pastor of the Columbia Colored Baptist Church,expect to start a revival meeting, begining July 27th The Pastor asks every one to help, white and colored, that the meeting may be a success, as there is need of a great work being done in Columbia. n, Popplewell, Glovey Hudson, Elmer Wilson, all of Russell county, were brought here last Thursday, by Deputy Marshal A. B. Chaney, chergedwlth selling liquor. They were presented to T. C. Davidson, United States Commissioner. Popplewell confessed, and the trial of Slnco Berta Foley, 1,558 week. Mr. Faulkner's crop measured bushels and Mr. Buchanan's 1,663 bushels The man who was with the thresher informed the News that both crops were splendid grain. He also stated that through th9 boundary of his thresher in Adair and Taylor, wheat was first-clas- s ' Sherman, New Castle, Pa. C. F. Mr. Marcus Phelps, who lives near Gardner, Christopher, 111., all oil men, Esto, Russell county lost, by fire, 175 were here last week, looking over the bushels of wheat last Friday. waB territory. Something is going to be set on fire by lighting during a hail doing in this county at an early date. later. It MrP W. R. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga., D. generally believed that the whole push E. Meson, Sistersville. W. Va.f Geo F. would be held for further trial. the others followed was i It streets and square of Columbia storm or from sparks from the engine, the thresher being on the Mr S. E. Shiveley, of this place, returned from West Point, Miss., last ground. Tuesday night. He liked the country Only one man has been seen on the very well, saying is good grass and raising stock. He did not icated since the first of July. The make a purchase. He reports Mr. C. law is working fine here. S. Harris and R. K. Young doing intox- that it for 'Blue-Gras- Wolford Bros, will sing at old Liber- well, and were satisfied. ty church, in Russell Co. 1st Sunday in Mrs. Leo C. Wright (nee Mis3 Dora Augtst. Every body invited, bring L. Eubank) and Finis Strange, passed jour song books Dinner on the ground the State examination. We receive a copy of the Taylor The days are getting shorter and County Herald about every six weeks. We like the paper and would be glad the mornings cooler. The nights are delightful for sleeping. to receive it regularly. ' Schools days will soon be here, and' The to'wu la fun of'ptOwlb this week Many people here "jtrom adjoining with the coming of pupils, business from all sections, attending, tht, 'Chau' f Cur. and.. .kill .the .'obnoxious R. Christie.bought of Ed Shively ' tottjua: about j out premises. counties, attending the Chautauqua? will be lively. one com bine mare price, $175. -- In addition to the names of violaThere is nothing to hinder a newly tors of the revenue law, published in married couple from prospering in the this paper, the following were brought world if they are willing to make a before Commissioner Davidson this fight for the circulating dollar. The actions of both Mr. Edgar W. Reed over, Judge; Geo. E. Wilson, Judge' week: Alex Hale, Dora Wilson, Esto Hutchl-son- , Wilson, Elmer Wilson, Cyrus Wilson, and his wife (nee Miss Madge Rosen-field- ,) W. A. Garnett, Clerk, J. P. Sheriff. all charged with selling liquor. Grov-e- r is, commendable. They arrived S. S. Neat, A copy. Attest, Harris was presented for robbing f rom,Louisville Friday night after the . Clerk, A. C. C the mail. announcement of their marriage, and both went to their respective places Sam Burdette, the mule dealer, has Dr. C. M. Russell is having his resiof business Monday, Mr. Reed to the been instrumental in many farmers in dence remodled. Two additional office of his brother, Mr. G. R. Reed, Adair and adjoining counties being rooms are being added, porches built and Mrs. Reed to the Telephone Ex- well supplied with good work stock. and hardwood floors laid. The change where she has been a popula'r Mr. Burdette is a good judge of a mule, will add much to the conoperator for several years. and he has associated with him Mr. venience and the apperance of the John B. Coffey, who can tell the worth building. Mr. Horace Walker is the Nominate MusicK. of an animal at a glance, hence only contractor. the best stock is being bought and Nominate Ryland C Muslck of Mr. S. E. Shivery owns a large sold by Mr. Burdette. Breathitt County for Attorney Genboundary of land in North Dakota. eral is the word being passed over the Nina Phelps, a nine year old daugh- His wheat is about ready to harvest. State by those most interested in a ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Phelps, who He left here Monday morning with winning Democratic ticket, in Nov- was thrown from her horse, on the six young men, Wm. Thompson being public square, last Wednesday morning one of the number, for his wheat ember. Political Advertisement. and considerably hurt about her head fields. Hutchison & Patteson will likely and back, is rapidly recovering. It was raze the building they are now doing Mrs. Etta Caldwell, of Miltown, was seriously inat first thought she business in and it will be replaced, by a jured. Dr. C. M. Russell was the at- has purchased the Jo D. Flowers two story brick. Preparations are tending Physician, residence, on Greensburg street, and now being made for a kiln. When will remove to it. Consideratlon,81750. Claud Bell and Rollln Montgomery, this improvement is made every building in that block, from the Bank of the two boys .who broke into and robMr. A. C. Hubbard and Mr. R. L. Columbia to the West corner will be bed C. R. Hutchison's store, were in- Faulkner were here, from v Monday. brick. dicted and Tuesday afternoon, of last Mr. Sam Burdette reached Columbia week they were brought before Judge The meeting at Garlin continues. Carter, confessing to the charge. s last Tuesday with forty head of It draws people who live a distance of mules which he purchased in the They were both,sent to the house five or, six miles section He left with them of reformation for one year each. Saturday for Burkesville where, he will ' Mr, Elzy Young has purchased Mr. Corn throughout the county never dispose of them on Monday at public C. H. Sandusky's one-ha- lf Interest in looked better, and an abundant crop is outcry. the planing mill, this place. There in sight. will be no change in the running of Mr. Ralph Hurt writes his parents Is it not time' for prices to drop? the mill. will likely Teach home by the that he You can scarcely reach them at this It is only 39 days until the Lindsey time. first of August. His letter was dated Brest, France. When he comes he Wilson and the Graded school will ' " ' : There is plenty of everything to eat ."' ' will bring many interesting narratives open for man and beast in Adaic, county. Camp-bellsville, of her parents elegant and hospitable home, to the many hosts gathered by previous invitations, to hours of enjoyable entertainment. Miss Rena, is an adept at entertaining, but being unable to handle the large throng she was ably assisted by a number of her girl associates, and brother, Herschel. At the proper hour all left for their homes, trusting for a renewal of the call at an early date. Vote for Capt P W. Bushong, M. D , D. D. S., Edmonton, Ky., for State Senator in present Republican Primary election. Political Adv. There was a terrific hail storm, accompanied by vivid lightning, at Montpelier last Friday afternoon. A three year old :aare mule which was the property of L. Y Turner was killed. It was worth 8150. The tobacco crops were fearfully damaged. This was followed by a heavy rain, flooding cornfields. D. Barbee has purchased of Fred the latter's residence, near the roller mill. He will be given possession soon. It is said that Mr. Myers will remove to the Jo N Conover residence. S Myers R. Y. Bennett delivered a most interesting discourse Sunday forenoon, telling of the maglnltude of the Centenary and what he witnessed at Columbus during the great meeting. Rev. Miss Jennie Garnett the appearance and convenience of her residence by having'an additional room and porches built. J. A. Willis and W. C. Murrell are the workmen. first-clas- s your friends of the importance of voting In the Congressional race. Judge Hardin is to be elected on the second of August, not nominated. If you are a Democrat tell ly The Democrats of this county know by this time that Judge Hardin is to be elected to Congress on Saturday week. Do not fall to'vots. cor-taini J. '" 1 riotioager pat off buying" tickets; this morning, and help Jbe'Iocai weeds ; signers.' Do Buy. " ---- "''- " " C , ADAIR COUNTY NEWS V accccNririiiriP 9 r" mmmmmmmmwAwmmmmmmwmmmwMmmwmmmmmmmmnmm WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. WOODSON LEW W a r".. MYERS-BARGb- R i. 00DS0N .jt-Jir- - m LEWIS 1 m ' ' ii ""-' COMPANY ttYFRS-Tt'il'RfCT& -- K V ". " Tf-!5 ..fe ,?f):;:;;Cipi.uMBiAi-'y- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS FLOUR IS rnb bTAFF OF LIFE the very THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years in the millibusiness enables us to make PUREST. We don't use anything but the making our Flour. BEST and best of wheat in We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our jf Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We give our special attention toexchano-- e custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound fa wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. C and P JV J. I. CASEjTHRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat crop. A Good" Price is Guaranteed. See TJs In Time And Place Your Order Early For A New Case Order To Be Ready For The Threshing Season. Hi Outfit In . We Solici Your MYER-BARGE- R Paronage. CO., bih i (""".a AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAlRIand ADJOINING OUNTIES S -- h MBiB If it's, a Tractor M Plow corn, pull all kitfds of farm machinery, and you want, try a Case. L. H. Tones 1 They are Veterinary Surgeon arid Dentist save time and GUARANTEED labor. Special attention given Diseases of al Domestic Animals Office at Residence, mile of town, on J. M. WOLFORD, CREEK, KY. " Jamestown road. Phone U4G. Columbia, Ky. We Will Make The Terms 'To Sfii You; CAY m NEW FARM BULLETIN WHEN Senor de la wealthy Now Ready For WOODSON GREENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. $ Spanish land owner on Ihe American side of the TIesican border, suddenly disappeared one night, all ? Distribution More than 50 farms described. Get yoir name on our mailing list at once. Semonin - Goodman . he evidence pointed to "Mexican rebels as the abductors. Billy Stanway's suspicions that things were aot just as they seemed catised him to take a long chance to find the missing znan and capture the guilty parties. The success of his plan is entertainingly told in our new serial Incorporated Louisville, Ky, WOULD YOU Like Some Real Fine Old Fashion Tobacco Hail Insurance 3 BLANKETS, LINEY, 31 IC m ESTINY JKeep jon the Lookout for the iQpening Installment! treat! Hit np roar old pip or take a man'i Blza chew and KM bow tbis waxy, mellow, old twiit warms the cockles of roar heart. The snell of it alone will take you right backior more t Ask for War Hawk At all lire merchants. 1 JEANS, Come on 1 YARN, &., It is Too Late After the Hail Storm. . it Now for & real tobacco Guaranteed, by John D. Moore Tobacco Co. IKCOXTO BATED " LOUISVILLE. KY. Dice of Destiny A desperate game of love between a young American raacher and a Mexican that required quick wits and a brave heart When you feel lazy, nub of sorts and yawn a good deal in the daytime you can charge it to a torpid liver Made from the best selected WOOL? Just send us 15 or 20 pounds of WOOL by INSURED MAIL for a trial. It will only cost 25 or 30 cents to send it 150 miles. It's far the cheapest way to ship small shipments. We get hundreds of pounds of wood by mail. The wool MUST BE DRY, WELL WASHED and PICKED. Send instructions in a letter. Pack the wool tightly in a small bag, securely tagged and addressed to Q, R. REED, ' ----- 5 - INSURANCE Columbia, Sx Keutucky. i & AUTOMOBILE LINE 8 8 which has allowed the system to ge full of impurttes. HER BINE cures all disorders produced by iver. an FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS, 8 5 B GolumDia and GaiiiDDoiisvillG Mail Car Ford Car rATI LJrl.l-- i Round Trip, $2.75 Y" I $2.00 Round Trip, $30 $1-5- 0' inactive cleans- It stregthens that organ, es the bowels and puts the system in good E. L. REESE, Manager, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. Special Attention to Traveling Men Oar New Serial t healthy conditon. Co.:-- Sold by Paull Drug . Adv 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 jour chance. Will V H For Sale. A good Jersey milch cow and Pick- lerfmoGoddfrMm! calf- ,- Apply to Lawrence I '! .1"!' I I'H' .t.i.."t..; "" ett! CampbeXeviHe, Ky. 38-4- price to sell. For particulars, address H; A. Hurt, 6 Lw Animas; Colo. When baby is suffering the double affliction of hot weather and bowel disorders, the remedy needed Is BABY ELIXIR. It reduces tlw feverish condition) corrects th.9 stomach and checks looseness of the bowels. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. t Mc-GEE- 'S 8 8 8 8 8 8 On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Ccet' of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and" 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 I p. m. 8 phones- :- a g35a! W. E. NOE. WE i, NEWS $1,50 AND $2.00 A YEAR. rw 'I 2.v.- - i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I S DICE 1 X; I DESTINY Jackson Gregory X w&wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Copyright SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Senor don Antonio de la Guerra, wealthy Spanish ranch owner on border. the American side of the Mexicanattorney Is informed by his American has that a technical error signs been found in a new docuhis will. The Benor ment without reading it. CHAPTER H Teresa, only grandchild of the senor, finds evidence of a struggle In the library and her grandfather mlss-JnThe belief is that the senor has been carried across the border by Mexican rebels. Billy Stanway, Teresa's sweetheart, takes command of the situation and orders the servants and vaqueros to arm themselves. CHAPTER in Stanway, with twenty men, starts in pursuit of the rebels. They meet Eduardo Ramon Torre, kinsman of Teresa, who has been wounded, he claims, by the escaping rebels. CHAPTER IV Stanway loses the rebels' trail and returns to the hacienda. Teresa shows him the copy of the new will which she has found and which leaves all the property to Torre. CHAPTER V An emissary from the rebels arrives with the news that the senor is well and is being held for $20,000 ransom. Torre tries to assume authority as the heir, but Stanway takes command of the situation. g. brightly, for a, moment gentle and full of gratitude as they rested upon the rancher, then very hard as they turned toward the ceiling. His vaqueros cried out sharply at the sight of him standing there so unexpectedly in their midst. From him they looked to the slender form of the white-face- d girl at the door of a little closet which De la Guerra had suddenly thrown open. "You, senor!" cried Stanway, astounded. "Not hurt?" "I, senor?" De la Guerra lifted one white hand, showing for a moment the revolver in it. "At your attack I seized this. One man I quieted. Iu the rush I got Teresa Into the closet there. She, too, is uhurt. And now " Again his fine old face hardened, his eyes were burning black pools of merciless rage. He stepped across the room, set his hand to a spot which his thumb fouqd readily, and a narrow door flew back, showing a stairway. "This way, sencr. May I go first? Thank you. Gaucho, will you stay with the senorita? i Thank you. And, Senor Stanway, I should be glad to have you accompany me." Already his foot was upon the first step. Stanway laid a quick hand upon his arm. "Surely you do not think of coming upon them this way " "Surely," smiled the old man, "they are my guests, I am the host I am going to them." He went slowly up the short flight of stairs. Stanway close at his heels, wondering. At the top was a little door. De la Guerra rapped scftly with the barrel of his revolver. .them all. Juarez shook his head slowly, his lips compressed, his eyes on the floor. "There is no longer anything for me to fight, for," he said slowly. "Nothing but death! I can And that any day upon the other side of the border, senor. I think that you are alone 1" "Cowards! Cowards all!" Jeered Torre. Then he turned again to De la Guerra. "What chance do you offer me, senor?" "We shall speak of that when the others are gone, when you accept it," returned De la Guerra sternly. "I simply give you my word that I shall give you what the Americans here call You haven't that an 'even break.' now." "With the bitterest enemy you have," retorted the old man with dignity. "Do you know who It is?" "You?" queried Torre, with snarling emphasis. LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits "Your word, senor." "My word," gravely. "Bueno," cried Torre gayly. That Is all that F ask. Adios, my little cowards," he smiled at Juarez and the "Congratulations upon the rest. game, my kinsman," bowing to De la Guerra. And he. tossed his revolver to the table. CHAPTER XIII. A Game of Dice. "Now, Senor Torre, you shall have There was a sudden silence in the room, voices dropped to whispers. De la Guerra knocked again. "Well?" It was Torre's voice, CHAPTER VI Dempton, the senor's lawyer, is brought to the hacienda at Stanway's order and is accused of having received pay from Torre for altering the Eenor"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 "VTII-T- he hacienda Is attacked in the night on 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 her attendants are found wounded. Torre admits he is responsible for Teresa's disappearance, and raises his demands to $50,000. Stan-wastarts in search of Teresa. CHAPTER X Stanway is mystified about a key of the senor's which no one appears to know the use of. He believes it will unlock the door behind which the senor and Teresa are hidden. XX Stanway finds a secret passage in the house which he believes leads to the place where the captives are held. He starts in search of them. CHAPTER XII The senor and Teresa are found unharmed. The senor parleys with Torre, and the latter, finding himself beaten, accepts the senor's offer of a gambler's charge. dice box Is handCHAPTER Xni-T-he ed to Torre. If he wins he Is to go free, if he loses he is to be given a lame horse with which to cross the border. He loses. CHAPTER XIV The senor gives his consent tq the marriage of Teresa and Stanway. y cuaiter "TlieTi there is another door. TIjpv have fooled us. Come! They can't get out of the house." They turned, rushing back toward the room they had just quitted. And at the instant Stanway plunged back through the doorway he knew where were these men of Torre's. For .he heard Torre's voice shouting loudly just above his head where he had already judged the drawing room must be; he knew that through some other passageway the men they had thought to trap had made their way there, and he remembered that his own orders had been for one man only to watch over the bound Torre and Juarez. "Nunez! Castro!" Torre was calling, his tones ringing out clear, the tones of command, calling for haste, for swift obedience. "There Is one man here only. Kill him ! Ah !" There was the crack of a revolver, a cry, the sound of a body falling. "Now!" and again Torre's voice rang triumphant "Cut these damned ropes, Castro ! You others free Juarez Watch the doors. Guard the passageway. By the lord of hell, we'll win this game yet!" "They are" too many," panted a dissenting voice. We " "Coward and fool!" cried Torre's sharp, impatient "Who is it?" "It Is I, Senor Torre," answered the old man, quietly. "And-- I am Antonio de la Guerra. I bring my apologies for being so tardy to wait upon a guest and I come to talk with you." Again silence, again hurried whispers, then Torre crying out: "What have you to say? I can put a oullet through the door which will find you! If you will open the safe, let us take the gold and go; you may keep the silver and stay. What do you say?" De la Guerra laughed softly. And then, seriously, he answered: "I say, my dear Senor Torre, you are talking bravely; but that you at last are in no position to dictate. It is I who dictate. Let me come in that we may talk, or I shall have to have Vidal chop down some more of my doors. And I do not like to do that." Torre hesitated. Why? Stanway thought because he was studying his men with those keen eyes of his, trying to guess how far he could count on them now. Evidently not very far. For m a moment cuine hi.; soft laugh, and his short command: "Nunez, open the door. Let my kinsman come just to the threshold. If any of his men try to enter well, leave them to me! Enter, senor!" The door slid open. De la Guerra stepped just to the threshold, Stanway close behind him. "Good evening, euballeros," said the old Spaniard courteously. "Now 'for my word with Torre. All of the men he has brought with him may go free and unharmed, provided that I am assured Pedro Celestino?' and poor Alfredo there will live. If any of them is to die, then the man who has killed him is not to go! Juarez may go. Dempton may go." "You are pleased to be gracious, my high and mighty kinsman!" "O-hblack-browe- sneered Torre impudently. Senor Stanway! You are there, too? d Castro," sharply to a ruffian at his side, "you are the best marksman I ever saw, and, besides you are an admirable soldier who knows how to take a command. If the Senor Stanway moves a hand or takes a step this way will you blow his brains out for me?" Castro's answer was to fling down ills revolver so that it rattled noisily on the floor. "You have led us into a trap," he retorted sullenly. "I accept the Senor de la Guerra's word that I may go free. I have harmed no one !" A black frown gathered Torre's brows. A little smile crept into De la Guerra's stern eyes. "The first sign that you lose, Torechoing voice. "Give me that gun. re," lie said quietly. "The first sign Now, listen. I have found where the that I win!" De la Guerra banco Is ! It's just yon"Do you know, my k'nman," reder in the old man's bedroom. It's plied Torre insolently, shrugging hi full of gold, companeros. And then watch the doors, amigos! Then cross shoulders at the mutiny of Castro, "that I may lose and still you not the border with our pockets full !" to There came answering shouts, the win? How?' Why, to be explicit exheavy furniture being dragged an old man, lj can at least have the noise of across the floor and piled at the doors, quisite pleasure of ending my gay little existence gaily and in shooting Torre's voice giving commands. you just between the eyes, senor!" a "But where is the master?" Stanwayj shuddered, seeing the "They whispered anxiously. deadly earnest threat In Torre's low- have killed him !" lidded eyes. But De la Guerra's gaze "And the senorita?" cried Gaucho. They ran about the room, seeking tlld not waver and he answered: "Even that, Torre, Is denied to a sign of that otljer passageway which "For, He laughed softly. men, directly into the you." had led these above all tilings, you are a gambler drawing room. and will take a gambler's choice ! You "We had better go back," commandcrisply, after a shorr can kill me, yes perhaps! And if ed Stanway search which showed nothing. "We you did? My vaqueros would rush in can break down the door Into the room here and on time for me to see you where they are. Gaucho, Mentor, VI- - die ! You know that There would be dal, you men stay here so that they no chance In it for you. I offer you a Avith ns chance if you let these men go, if cannot play you throw down your gun and agree to again." "Pardon, senor. You are very kind. take the chance I offer you ! And beI already owe yen much. But now 1 ing a gambler above anything else in .flip world why, you will accept the shall take care of these bandits." It was the old Spaniard, Senor Don one little chance offer you." Antonio de la Guerra, his Torre hesitated. His "hesitation black con J faultlessly clean of a was plain in his attitude, the, head speck of. dust, his fine vhite niustache dropped a little, the moody gathering curled nicely, his eyes glowins very of the brows. He looked swiftly to the men about him, to .Juarez first, to va-que- ro hide-and-see- a gambler's choice!" The lall candles burned steadily in the massive candlesticks, the little yellow plumes shining reflected in the polished woodwork of the walls. Senor de la Guerra sat in his favorite armchair at the creat mahogany table. Ids white, aristocratic hand tapping idly upon its glistening top. Stanway. standing at his side, watched curiously both De la Guerra and the smiling Torre. "I am waiting, senor," returned Torre gravely. "I have assured myself," went on De la Guerra in the same even tone, "that Pedro and Celestino and the vaquero who was shot here in this room will live. I have let all of your men go, excepting Captain Juarez. Senor Stanway," turning a little in his chair, "will you be so kind as to tell the captain that I should "be pleased to see him?" Stanway left the room promptly, returning almost immediately with the rebel captain at his heels. De la Guerra rose, bowed courteously. "Senor capitan," he said, "I am going to wish you a pleasant ride ' across the border." He snapped open a drawer of the table, drew out a packet and tossed it upon the table top. "Will you examine it, senor?" Juarez, frowning, a little suspicious, held back for a moment. Then under the amused eyes of Torre he stepped forward, took up the packet, opened it, stared incredulously, and fell back with a little gasp. De la Guerra smiled. "American banknotes," he said easily. "You will find that they amount to five thousand dollars. For your needy countrymen, senor. You see, I have never jet refused pardon me, sen-)- r alms to a beggar ! Senor Stanway, will you be kind enough to show the captain to the door?" "Now, Senor Torre," resuined the old man when Stanway had returned, "I am to give you your gambler's chance. I have learned that a month ago you killed a man in San Antonio. Now," leaning forward a little, "are they looking for you along tlte border? Have you a good chance of getting across without being shot?" Torre's cheeks grew a little pale. He returned De la Guerra's gaze, however, and answered steadily : "I should have, perhaps one chance in ten thousand!" "Good! I thought so!" The old Spaniard slipped his hand again into the table drawer and the thing he brought out this time he handed to Torre. "Here Is your chance, senor," he said sternly. '" It was a dicebox! dp you mean?" snapped Torre. "What "I mean this: You shall shake the dice you love so well, and the stake and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Prese&. "Yourself ! You shall cast twice, with a single die. The ace is high in this game, senor. If your first throw is higher than your second, then you go PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. free. Will you throw now? I shall be, glad when you are gone." . Torre rose swiftly to his feet, draweyes burning like ing near the table, his COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. flames, his cheeks flushed. For a moment he stood with the die rattling in the box, which he shook slowly back and forth. "One throw," he whispered. "One EVERYTHING IN good throw, and I drink many another good bottle of red wine, I kiss many another pair of red lips, I live on in my gay little existence. One good throw. Ah!" He had thrown. "It is the ace!" cried Torre with g suddenly head. "My lady of chance Is kind to me, senor !" "You have another throw," De la Guerra reminded him. "The ace cannot be beaten, but it may be tied!" Also EUwood and American Fence. Now Torre scooped the die up In his box and with no moment of hesitation turned It out upon the table. Again Torre had thrown an ace! "Try again," said De la Guerra crisply. "It is growing late." COWith a curse Torre again caught up the die, again it rattled In the box, again it rolled half across the table. Incornorated "A four!" he gasped. 116 Eaat Matket Street Between First and Brook "A four is not bad," De la Guerra reminded him. "It may win. Again, Louisville, Ky. senor." A four! If, he turned a three next time, or a deuce, he was saved. If the x "die showed an ace again, a six or a five, he-- was lost ! Again he took up the die, again cast. This time his hand, holding the dice-bofollowed close to the rolling cube. 5Q&QS.03Q&QZ- "It Is the six," said De la Guerra sternly. "You were about to touch It, YOUNG TODD, up-flun- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanize ROOFING and Painted. Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. - xx$e$ $ x, W. T. PRICE Fenor !" Torre threw down the box. He had lost against himself! But his head flung proudly up. "And now," he cried, "where is my lame horse? It isolate, as you say." , He bowed and went out into the patio, where Gaucho and a half dozen of the cowboys were waiting. De la Guerra sighed. "He is a brave man," he said gently. "Ah, well, he has one chance in ten thousand. Well, for a brave man " Then they heard the galloping of several horses headed toward the border. CHAPTER XIV. Conclusion. SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES T $$x$Mi &&$&$$&&&&&& "Teresa !" called Stanway, "Tere- sita !" X It was night ; there was a moon, and between it and the stars was the balcony. -- Columbia Barber Shop -- J 11 1 II nil ' I "One Throw," He Whispered. high enough to satisfy even you! If you win, there is another packet of banknotes ready for you, and a" horse to carry you as far and as" fast as you can wish to go. If you lose there Is in the stable a lame horse which you are to ride across the border V The duskj1 red ran back into Torre's "Senor Billy !" LOY & LOWE' The voice floated down to him softly, ASanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionand and between the parted vines a very bright face looked down upon him. Gratification are Guaranteed. "Your papa grande is In the drawing-room- , Teresa," he said swiftly. "I am Give us Trial and be Convinced. 3 coing back In there to tell him some-thinMny I. Teres! ta?" i "What?" she whispered. "What are 2K you going to tell him. Senor Billy?" "Can't you guess?" he laughed up at her. She shook her head. But her soft eyes grew softer, her cheeks rosier, and Mi1Ie9 her white hands intertwinedand trembled a little. "Will you go with me, Teresa?" he LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. asked bluntly, after the way of Billy Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Mllllor Dolfct Stanway. "I think that I am rather afraid to go all alone. He will be in- Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agentj Committee and Trustee, antl in jnlfaJr clined to be very terrible, won't he?" as such in any County in tholState. Teresa laughed, said "Coward !" verj Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits. prettily, and disappeared from the balA. G. S'iTl'H." ANGEUEUA GRAY. Treas. JOHN STITES. President. cony. He met her, approximately, half a minute later in the patio. "Teresa !" he cried, his voice shaking as he could not keep his hand from shaking. "Don't!" she whispered, slipping away from him. "Papa grande does not 1 keep en hands a full itock of coffins, caskets, and robes. like me to come to him with my hair mussed, Senor Billy." I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearsea. toThey came into the drawing-rooWe keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. gether, two very young, handsome, Office Phone, 16& Phone, 29. Resicl happy, eager people. De la Guerra. his head drooping a little as; though he Columbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, were tired, looked up at them. "Teresa!" he said, rising quickly. "Senor Stanway !" "You can guess It, can't yon?" Stanway blurted out. "We have a notion to send to La Panr.a for Father IgnaeU' nininiiHiiniHiniiiHnnMninininniHiiiiinmiHiHmmmm' nr Is there some priest you'd prefer, in senor?" m "O-o!" gasped Teresa. m De la Guerra bowed gravely Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and we Jff. "Senor Stanway," he said, speaking HI slowly, his eyes thoughtful, "Teresa will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze.,- - j?J has told me how much you have done for us. There was something which in copper, and all other kinds of metal. she did not tell me which I guessed. I owe you very much. I owe you m everything, senor ! And,""wlth a quick, a man in strangely sweet smile, m who pays his debts in full." 's bowed, suddenly caught up He in Wejarefprepared to do all kinds of machine work, no hand, and placed it upon the II! girl's. matter how large or small. "I owe you everything. And," with in a courtly bow to his granddaughter, "I in give you everything !" III "Papa grande!" cried Teresa. "Papa II! grande!" lit! man, II! "The only thing," smiled the old Welare fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor" & "is he is an Americano! Well, since II! one cannot change the Americanos workfand guarantee satisfaction on alll work. a s. 3902 The Louisville Trust Sf.-- - UNDERTAKER. m ' h OxyAcetylene Welding - w w "I-a- m AH Grades of Machine Work Stan-way- Autoand Tractor Repairing w w w m w fir ar w m -- You will come to me, my children, in k , cheeks. "With whom do I shake?" he, asked,, a' little hoarsely, his fingers - growing white about the box. J the library." He walked to the door, paused, turned his smillng'face upon them, and added: "I shall not expect you immediately. Teresa, can you entertain the senor for, let us say, an hour? You will pardon me for that long, senor? I shall be "very busy amending certain remarks In my memoirs," he laughed softly. "Concerning the Amerlcaaos, senor !" . (THE END.) m m II! I!! II! 11! m m Kearns & Burhholder Machine Shop m m m Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile: -- ro II! Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. s Wi CAMPBELLSVILLE, --- w up KENTUCKY. ess: iiimi wn wnwmiM'm m nnmnmnpmmiHmtnfflK II! w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ABair , Goarvty Nevis - THE EIGHTH DISTTICT CONTEST. 'tFablteked On Wednesdays.' $1 Goiam6i&, Kervtacky-- J.E.MURRELL, Editor. Man. MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. Democratic sewiptper devoted to the interest the City of Columbia tnS the people of Adair aad adjoining counties. Entered at the Columba" lass mail matter. Post-offic- e as second WED. JULY 16, 1919. Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone. tU50peryer. All Zones beyond 2nd..$2.00 perjyear All Subscription due and Payable in Advance DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congbess. C. A. HARDIN, of MercerJCounty. pe FOR STATE SEXATOR. 19th Senatorial District J. R. GARNETT of Adair County. We are notone of the Democrats whe believes that if a certain man is not nominated for Governor in the coming primary, the winner will be defeated in November. We do not believe that JSd Morrow can defeat the head friend. A large crowd took dinner at J&. the pleasant home of Mr, S. M. of the Democratic ticket whether McKinley and eaughter, Miss it be Black or Carroll. When the last Sunday. nomination is made the boys in Sergeant, Lilburn Bryant fieldswill fall intoranks, go to the reached home lastMonday from polls, and stamp under the roosI3" over tsea. He was engaged in ter. Kentucky is a Democratic someoof the hardest battles, was State, and in our judgment her slightly gassed, but says were it colors will not be changed at the necessary he wouldjgo again. We have in November election. Waists, Fancy Dress . Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bryant, our choice in making the selecMr. and Mrs. Johnny Tucker, tion of a candidate to head the iiKs. Misses Flora and Hattie Kearnes ticket, but if he is not selected, were guests at the home of Mr. we will cheerfully support the Edmund Bryant and- family last every other Demowinner, and Sunday. crat who participates in the pri"Uncle" John Bryant one of mary will be obligated to do likeour oldest, and best citizens is wise, and they will do it quite poorly. Miss Laura Kearnes left Friday New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. Oil activities in Kentucky are for Creelsboro where she will greater at this time than ever teach. Feather-Tre- d Shoes. before known. As we gather Mrs. Ola McKkiley has been on from our exchenges drills are Now that the new school year the sick list for several days. now being operated in a fourth is drawing near its beginning, it Born to the wife of Edgar Ellis FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS. of the counties in the State. In is a hopeful sign that through- July 3rd a girl, Mary Ellen. g t he last month three paying well out the Nation there is a Mrs. C. T. Bryant, who lives have been brought in a fews sentiment in favor of near Cray Craft, is real sick. Heavy miles below Greensburg. better salaries for teachers and Misses Cora Kelsey and Ruth better equipment for the school- Miller, of Crocus, were guests Judge Hardm is a man of abil- room. The country school teach-e- r of Mrs. Josie Collins last Sunday. ity, a Democrat in whom there has been especially unfortuA letter from Mr Albert BryPROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. is nd guile, a fair man, who will nate in the matter of remunera- ant dated June 15th stated that take' first rank as a Congressman. tion, but he has stuck to his post he was expecting to sail any day Phone No. 12. Vote for him the 2d day of Aug-es- t. and has done the best that could far the U. S. A. Democrats should remem-.be- r be expected of him. To him, FiftyYears Ago. anyone that he is to be elected on more else, than that date, not nominated. the promised dawn of a new era will be welcome, and he will my memory serves me right If Mexico don't quit her mur- show his gratitude by continued If 1867 I received my first inderous and thieving devilment fidelity. The more he is helped in in vocal music at she is going to get a spanking. the better able he will be to help structions on the sputb bank of It will be all up with her when the rising .generation. Louis- Tabernacle Green river opposite Old Uncle Sam starts for her ville Times. My instructor was T. D. passed President Wilson has invited Jones who I think has Next Door to The Adair County New Office.. to his great beyond many lears The people over the State will fifteen United States Senators to ago. If it wa3 1867 it will be 52 be gladwhen they get the Hark-nes- s meet him at the White House yearsnext fall. The book that we and the Bingham tax cases and discuss the adoption of the was the Harp of Columbia. "put," and that .an announce- Peace League. Senator Lodge used there is one in the county and ment is made that they will stay and other kicking Republicans If the owner of it will sell it I will consent to same, and get some feelings of his congregation and grand old are among the number. "put." heroe3r who stood on buy, but if he won't sell and good singers say Wolford Bros. when he was through he came watch tower of zion 50 years ajro Let every man who wants to Judge C. A. Hardin is to be will loan to me.I will pay postage R. 0. Cabell and others to con-- j down in the altar shaking hands have gone on to their reward. the Eighth district well rep- elected to Congress Saturday both ways. 'W. H. Cundiff, Heraline, Ky. must not forget a. and presently met with uncle resented in Congress, be at the week. He will make a brilliant Now I ould love to know duct it? year John Damron whose head was a3 Mr' T. S polls the 2d of August and vote .Representative. Johnson is in .Adair just how many of that class is sermon that I heard that still 'living and if you will drop it was preached by Bro. John white as cotton and when they County, representing the Putman for Judge C. A. Hardin. If you are going to the election me a card or a few lines I wil Steel. Bros. R. W. Wallace met they embraced each other County, Xursery Co. He sells or' Judge Hardin's father and all j to vote for Hardin, take your certainly appreciate it yery ancf Steel came to Tabernacle to- and wept like two children.I saw chards of 100 trees and will spra and prune them free, for three years. his uncles were born and reared in neighbor with you. much. Now would it not be nice gether. , Bro. Steely preached a tears streaming down the cheeks He guarantees every thinff he sells of old hard hearted men. I "Ho in Columbia, and naturally .Adair to have a singing sometime this the way of trees to,be trua to the very - sympathetic- discourse. not think there was hardly a dry name. One week from next Saturday county is very much interested spring or summer, and if the He expects to visit all the '" will be the State primary. , He appealed to the emotional eye in the bouse. Those heroes, farmers in Adair County good people of Tabernacle will In his race. Ad-di- e, TheJEighthJCongresBional District of Kentucky, as thoroughly American afregion as there is in this country, has an opportunity before it in the special election of August 2. All other political divisions in the State have a primary to consider., but the Eighth district alone has the right to elect a public officer to sit in Congress as its representative until the end of the unexpired term of the late Harvey Helm. In Judge Charles A. Hardin the Democrats have a nominee whose excellence of character, native ability, culture and responsibility it gives The Times real pleasure to assert. Judge Hardin leaves practically a permanent place on the bench tolmake this race for a short term. It was a hard him, for all the persua-sionsjinclination and material advantage were against it. He is making his fight on national issues and supports wholly the President's programme, both international and national. His opponent, Capt. King SwoDe, is a man whom The Times would not for a moment disparage; but it prefers for Congress Judge Hardin and his platform, as certain to contribute more toward the . achievement of permanent peace in that his election will be an unqualified indorsement of the League of Nations and the work of theliPeace Conference. Such an outcome will have a real effect upon proceedings in the Senate and will also send to Congress a thoroughly worthy man. The Eighth district is as typical of the citizenship of Kentucky as could be found; rich ag riculturally, gemmed with fine cities like Shelby viile, Danville, Harrodsburg, Stanford, Lan caster, Richmond, Nicholasville, Taylors v i 1 e, Lawrenceburg, Liberty and Columbia, to name a few of theimany ; close politically; wholly American. It is an honor to represent such a constituency. Louisville Times. -- 7r- V. - THE UNIVERSAL CAR CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROLI Democratio Candidate For GOVERNOR H Can Win in November. Advertisement Ozark. deci-sionjf- or of Farmers are getting along nice ly with their work this dry weath. er. BornJJto the wife of Elihu June 24th a girl. The remaips of Mrs. W. C. Mc-Ga- ha Ford cars are more useful today than ever before; a necessity in village, town, city and country; the utility of farmer, merchant, manufacturer, architict, engineer, contractor, salesman, doctor, clergyman; a profitable factor in the life of the nation. 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Miss tte Frances and Iva Dudgeon, and SBSStr common stodc 'ua.es, qoiS PRICE 100 and accrued dividend KSSSLSMssfii " PROTECTIVE PROVismv 5- are to yield 7 -' IMS .YHMS -s h W ?- JAMESC.WIi:LSON&CO.,210S.FifthLoiYffleyy, Master Ralph Dudgeon, of LebanoD, are visiting their aunts, Misses Myra and Katie Butler. Mrs. Mary Jane Blakeman returned last week from a visit to Indianapolis. She was accompanied by her granddaughter, Miss Julia Blakeman, daughter of Dr. R I. Blakeman. Lieutenant Jo Hurt returned home last Friday c He has about recovered his health and is looking well He was in France over a year, but for the last several months he has been in a hospital over there and in Chicago. Every body was glad to see him. HarKcts. Louisville, July. 21. Cattle Prime export steers 813.0014.00;heavy ship- ing I2.00.1.300;light810.ll; heifers irK W M op OneBrap - BaurhenFouIiryRgTMHftr' l 59.00ll.50; fat cows, $8.0010.50; me- -' s dium $11. to 12; cutters $5.506.00 $5.5.50; bulls 86 509.00; feeders can-ner- A few drops In the vWAKcLiCPdrinking water cores " A T3tl"C and prerents white XrUL ,wl?' diarrhoea, cholera and ether tf&eic-di- s eases. One 60c bottle sasfs 1SJ Ballons o f medicine. Pfert price $1.20. makes 32 gallons. or lent by mail poftvt. Bourbon Remedy Co.. LcxJnctorv,. TA"-Zlts. $911 00; stockers XTO use arguing aDouf,it, or making I cmn-mus- ic in or cie:a- N minor key! If you've sot the iimmy-pip- e rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappet ite, slip it a few liberal loads of Prince Albert! a isegyggsfk ? Barney, Roy and Dalton Rasnqr who were in the servjce.and jvho went fcSgSgga to France, remaining about twelve months, reached home a few days ago Barney and Roy were in nearly all the fighting, but escaped unhurt. They are looking In fine health. Mr. W. E. Rowe, of Little Rock, Ark., who visited his old home, Breeding, for several weeks, was in Columbia last Friday, enroute home He called Prince Albert kicks the "pip" right out of a pipe! Puts pipe pleasure into the joy'us class! Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of sports! P. A. is so fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing! Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your throat! You go as far as you like according to your smoke spirit! Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch! d tin Toppy red bags, tidy red lint, handsome pound end humidois and that classy, practical pound crystal g'ats humidor with sponge moistener top that haeps the tobacco in sach perfect condition. hdf-poan- Boiled down to regular old between-us-man-tal- k, iit. lip to 10.00 choice Sold by the Jeffenes Hardware Soiss milch cows 885110; medium $6085; common 34560. Farm for Sale. Calves Receipts 1,048 head. Prices 1.00 lower. Choice veals $U5015CC; medium 10.0014.00; common 610.00. The farm known as the Ianfl & HogB Receipts 1,986 head. Demand Penick Smith, located one mile aS was good. Best hogs 165 lbs and of Cane Valley. It contains 2SG acris. up 22.25; 120 to 165 lbs 821 25; 120 lbs divided in two farms The land' si dtfwn 519.25 throwouts 519.75 down. be sold separately and then as a wiawie head Sheep and and the way the most money i& sH" market steady all through, best lambs 816. 16 25 seconds 811; culls 87 to 89. ized wiil be declared the sale. TMs Sheared sheep 87.50 bucks 85 50 down sale will take place the first Maxiny in September, if not disposed" oS Butter Country 35(a38c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candlei before that date. This 9 87.50 Lambs-Receipts,36- S6 $j$-vate- ly in and subscribed for the News in 36c order to keep in touch with "Adair to-38- c countj people. Nell. splendid farm, ail in cultivation r good residence, three good fcasas. t splendid orchard and it is well wto- is only Campbelisville uoeai Biewa Officers of Special Election. Mrs Holt and children, Moatplier, were here Sunday. . Miss Grace Thompson, of Harriman, Tenn., is visiting Miss Catherine Nell. Mrs. H Lainhart, of Knox, Ind., is visiting at the home of Mr. Luther Maupin. Mr. B. F. Ru'berts, of Pellyton, spent last Sunday apd Monday in. Columbia. - Crops are looking fine in this ed. It one-ha- lf mH& .1 ' R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wisistcn-Salei- n, N. C. Personals J. C. Mr and Mrs' ville; spent last fries "Hotel Misses D W. WBIakey, of DanTliursdar at the Jef N Steveiisou, of Rowena, a as Brool-s- , Ida May and Lucile Bishop, , here last Tuesday. Mr. R. R. Shelby of Corbin, Ky are visiting Miss Mary Uty, was Patteson Mr. The following is a list of election officers, who will hold the Special election for Congress in Adair county on Saturday, August 2nd, 1919, they being the same set of officers appointeJ to hold the last Regular November Election: West Columbia T. R. Stults, Judge; J A. Willis, Judge; T. C. Davidson, Clerk; H.'T. Walker, Sheriff. here last Thursday. Miss Lillian Lortz, of Louisville, is vfeitins Miss Edna Lewis."" Mr. H. O. Smith, Greeusbur, was in Columbia lasr, week Mr. J. H. Young made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr. W. R. Lyon called Wednesday to see his Columbia customers Mr.'Herbert Taylor, Campbelisville, spent last Sunday in this place Mr. H. C. Cowling, Albion, 111 , was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days""ago T. W. Taylor, Campbelisville, made his regular trip to Columbia last 'Wednesday Mr J. E Humble and wife, Russell Mr. Elam Harris wife and children, Springs, were here last week, having Campbelisville, were visiting here dental work done. last Sunday. i Mr. Edward Hamlett left WedMrs. Catherine McFarland, of Row-ennesday to visit in Louisville, Frankfort mother of Mrs. J. T. Goodman, and Elizibethtown is here to remain several weeks' with Mr. Robt. Ingram. cashier of th6 her daugnter. Bnk of Russell Springs, was in Mr. Henry N. Miller has been cona, East Columbia. Tilden Wilcoxsin, Judge: Jas. R. Wilson, Judge; J. B. Coffey, Clerk; Prank Judd, Sheriff. Milltown C. C. Hindman, Judge; James Shirley, Judge; Charlie Tarter, v "Clerk; Joe E. Johnson, Sheriff. Keltner George Rodgers, Judge; W. P. Price, Judge: J. W. Vire, Clerk; Claud Keltner, Sheriff. Gradyville. W. S. Baker, Judge; D. C. Wheeler, Judge; Hayden Keltner, Clerk; Rufus Pulliam, Sheriff. Elroy. J. W. Reece, Judge; Dallas Firkin, Judge; Fred Simpson, Clerk; M. C. Gabbert, Sheriff. Harmony. Albert Turner, Judge; J. W. Burbrldge, Judge; Finis Harvey, Clerk; T. B. McClister, Sheriff. Glensfork. G. A. Petty, Judge; W. F. Sanders, Judge; Jo Miller, Clerk; Arlo Rippetoe, Sheriff. White Oak. James Ally, JudgeE. A. McKinley, Judge; H. J. Conover, Clerk; H. W. Royse, Sheriff. Little Cake C. R. Williams, Judge; Nathan Goodin, Judge; Ben Evans, Clerk; James Holt, Sheriff. PelJyton. Blllie Rich, Judge: Jno. W. Corneal, Judge; Wallace Goode, Clerk; John Brockman, Sheriff. Roley. A. C. Wheeler, Judge; Harvey Lewis, Judge; Emmitt Goode, Clerk; Robert Quinn, Sheriff Melvin Cave, Judge; S H. Fisher, Judgtj; L. W. Dudgeon, Clerk; June Hancock, Sheriff. Egypt. W. A Humphress, Judge; G. C Russell, Judge;, Rt A. Cooley, Clerk; G. D. Bryynt, Sheriff. South Columbia S. Ray Conover, Judge; Ernest Flowers, Judge; E. ,E Strange, Clerk; J. L. Johnson, Sheriff. Cane-Valle- H Isaacs. Somerset, was at the Jeffries Hotei a few dajs ago. Mr. W. Mr. B. W. Penick, of Greeusb.rg, was here several dajs of last week. Mr. Herbert Helm, Olga, Russell, 4 County, was in fehis place a few days ago. - Mr. L. W. McGee, Burkesviile, was registered at the Jeffries Hotel Thurs Mr. G. A. Kemp is now able to walk day. Mr. W. R. Taylor, of Atlanta, Ga., about his premises, and the indications was in Columbia the middle of lasti point to his early restoration to health week. J. H. Eranstetter, of Glasgow, Ee e publican candidate for the Senate, Mr. Jas. A. Yofg, in spector. was here a da or two of last was in the county several days of last week. ' week. x post-ofllci fined to his bed several days, suffering Deputy U. S Marshall Chaney and with ta chronic trouble. wife, of Bowling Green, have been Mr. M. Cravens, who is at home for a few days, says he will be in the at t he Jeffries Hotel. C. Brockman,Ed Reeder,AlvinSnow service until the first of August. Mr. L L Eubank is now a salesman and W. J. Combest, all soldiers from at Barger Bros., he and his wife France, here Thursday night. having returned from Chattanooga. udge Carter finished the work for Bryan Dudley, son , of Jack Dudley this term of pircuit court and left for his 'home, Tompkinsville, last Wed- Glensfork, who was in the Savy and went across, arrived home last Friday. nesday. Messrs. C. F. Fonston Columbia Thursday. and C. A. Scott, President and Vice President of the Nashville Powder Works were here last Thursday, looking for work hands. Mr. Jo Russell, of Lebanon, was here Wednesday afternoon, enroute for Russell SpTings, where he met his wife and children who had sojourned at this resort for several weeks and conveyed them home. Riley Burton, Russell Springs, Forest Grider, same place, Roy Antle, Montpelier, Albert Bryant, andx Charley Floyd, of Ozark, dischargedSsol-diers- , who went to France, arrived in Columbia last Thursday, and from here went to their respective home Mr. Ernest Harris, wife and children of West Point, Miss., arrived last Tuesday night, and. will visit here several weeks They were accompanied from West Point by Mrs Guy Nell and her little son, who visited a week at the Harris home on their return x from Pensacola, Fla., i Alma McFarland has returned from Indianapolis, greatly improved in .Miss Mr Hiram Ballou and wife, of Row-en- a, spent a night last week with Mr. health. and Mrs. .1. T Goodman, while enroute Mr. C. S Peter, Lexington, was to Wilsonville, Neb., to see their son, registered at the Jeflries Hotel a few John, who was reported dangerously ill days ago. S. C; Worms Neat, C. A. O. C. T For Safle by A I bin tf Murray. Glensfork,, Jas O. Hadfcy. Picnic, L. T. Williams, Eunice., Welby Cooley, Absher , Sam Jeffries, Columbia., and Wm Morgan, Olga, Russefl county, all ' discharged soldiers, anived from Germany la!t Wednesdao night. This hunch of boys jstarted together and remained . to- time, they get her during In'the-servicwere .' Sara Morrison, the-whole e. '- interfere with th growth ofchildfen Tlfej b efcome thin, pale and sickly. Get rid of tiiese parasites at once if jou would have healthy children, happy, cheerful children WHITE'S CREAM VERMIF.UGE destroys worms and .benefits tha ., , sysjtem. . -- .Sold by Pau'U Drug Co.', V V community. Wheat harvest is aoout over and we are sorry to say wheat 13 not as goofl as was expected. ' Mr. Newton Norris has .just returned from Louisville,' whsre he bought 1 hen and ,a rooster which cost him $30.00. Senator R.H. Kinnaird bought Mr. from his brother-in-law- , Henry Bardin, a nice Oakland touring car for $ 000. Mr. Jas. T. xCompton, better known as "Jim Pats'has at ldst finished a touring carfor M. T. N. Moss. This car is very ornamental while most of its construction is very simple.although there are some peculiarties about it and among them is a brazing serpent mounted on top of engine in, front which will begin striking and jumping at the first stroke of the engine and continues until the machine starts It will then lie quietly as if asleep. Mr. Moss says he can run the machine on half the fuel he can a Ford and says it will climb any hill and is less expensive than any other car. The name of this car is Amanda Go Tom. Mr. Corapton has applied for a patent on this car and thinks he is certain to get it. Mr. John Rowe made a talk a on few nights ago at this pla-ehis trip to France. Some few were present. We trust some day he will make a good speaker. Rev. D. W. Kinnaird preached his farewell sermon at Smith's Chapel last Sunday. He also gave us a very interesting sermon at this place at 8:30 P.'M. After a short lecture bis text was, I pay attention to all things but debt's. He then told the Congregation as he had been called to the foreign lands this' would be his last time to preach for them and while he sang the beautiful words of "America for them to rise and give him their hand. We regret to give Bro. Kinnaird up but we know not what is best and are -- willing to sacrifice of .any thing make-that is right. May peace dnd prosperityrfollow him wfiere he 1 jit?. UUce Ebr i particulars see This sate wiH farm. n!e ; A Bam Law. The worst law that has iyeea placed upon the statue boolssol? Kentucky is the one prohibrasg: boys and girls from worKbg until they are fifteen or ahdsen years' of age. An inspector gstss salary to go. about the country to see that toys- and skJf; grow up in idleness. Judging from what we? seaa? about us, a law to require-Sjs and girls to work instead &f? to idle would be the proper Etiipi Of course, everybody is si " posed to children working iiK mines and factories but whan incomes to permitting them to idtev-walthe streets something o k is-wron- g. , a d v. may go. Children ought to Be foTcetjP to attend the school, but ihw fact that they attend school-rJoe- s not mean they should- - nofc t?c some work. The pages of history front? the days of Washington, JeffezsoiF and Lincoln are full of reans of the accomplishments of wsilk ing boys. The best students? as a rule in Centre College are boys who are working and paying itxr their living as they attend sclfeoo.- Six Idler negro boys who sure? prohibited by law "from worMssr have recently committed nT2rrej ou3 robberies in Danville. liies-aiboys they craved a littf-spending money but no oua would give them a job afiejar school was out and" in order to get money they began breaking: into stores,.- - stealing and out one occasion grabbed a pocket-bo- ok from a lady on the strssfc. The law makers of Kentnaky need not worry, about boys an di girls overworking themselves but there is reason for soaer concern about the habituaF 53l2- ness of the rising generatfon. Danville Advocated l s ' V . '' BUY YOUR SUPPj-- Y OF .WV - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - I ..BSBEBasSSiVsBBBBBBBBl -- - WANTED WAR FOR FINANCIAL GAIN EDITORIAL WRITER TRIBUNE PAPER THOUGHT TESTIFIED INTERVENTION WOULD BE PROFITABLE. 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Ply $2.50 VBlBSBBBBBSSSV I8uui for free circular giving Tall descriptions of Guns and their "Write nutun omt Pnurirri Arcnat 5 lu IU. ,!-. C to 10 lb. Dackaaes. nf All I -U Larl a......... per lb 7i "r Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. 35o Poisons cannot he mailed. Express charges are exceptionally reasonable and quick. JJOUiSVILLE K m90ssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1bV fi&tC Eebbbh Newspaper. di- WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY, Seedsmen (Incorporated) KENTUCKY rected the policy of .The Chicago Tribune, and editorial writers who put that policy into "printed words, were ihe witnesses produced by the defense e during the ninth week of the Ford-Iribun- Mt Clemens., Mich. Editors who ' Gent-- s Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STALE -- adequate or inadequate,' is I think, $1,000,000 libel case. JUDGE HALTS AN ATTACK ON FORD WITNESS WHO CALLS j TURER "ROTTEN AMERICAN" MANUFAC-f relevant" Must Prove Ford DRAWS COURT'S WRATH. TAKES STAND iPROPAGANDIST tScys Ford Told Him World War Was Started By Bankers and That He Krrew Who They Were. I ML Clemens, Mich. The Chicago Tribune Is now In the third week of Its attempt to prove Henry Ford an anarchist and to demonstrate, to the 'satisfaction of the jury which Is hear- 'in- - the testimony in the $1,000,000 libel suit, that there was no libel la the now famous editorial which pro- nroked the present court action Wood Becomes Caustic. From the testimony of Mexican border residents who told of the 'fc&ndit raids in Texas, New Mexico i and Arizona, The Tribune has turned 'to witnesses who talked with Mr. .Jtord both before and after the United States entered the war. Henry A. 'Wise Wood, a preparedness propa-tandlfrom New York, was called "to theBtand to testify to Mr. Ford's attitude previous to 1917. He said he found the manufacturer a "rotten American." On the other hand Willis J. Abbott, a New York journalist, 'testified that after the United States 'entered the war he vlBlted Mr. Ford and went through the great Ford factories which were turning out enormous quantities of war material without profit to their principal owner. T. thought him one of the most militant Americans I had ever 'met,'' said the witness. ' Claim Ford Was "Converted". The evident Intention of The Tri. lraae is to contrast these apparently conflicting attitudes and to claim that Mr. Ford was brought to a sense of sis duty by the criticism of The Tribune. The remark of Tribune aoansel that "Henry Ford is not the aly man who has changed his course as a result of criticism," is significant is this connection. A definite ruling from the court on rtke extent to which evidence of the at Jttlir isapreparedness of the United States Ibt war Is material, has cleared away 'tie doubts of past weeks and has made the path for the remainder of taa trial fairly clear. "I am of the opinion," the court DENTIST. zaled, "that the amount of prepared OFFICE 164, KesUeucell'3-ness Henry Ford believed is not ma- OFFICE: Second Floor tsrial. Whether Henry Ford sought Cor. Main andlDepot Sts "ts interfere with or nullify the efforts of the government to prepare to the OAMPBELI.SVIXX.K, KY. sxtent it conceived necessary, whether Xiocalanr Geaer Anesthetics Admnfs was. much w utiin st cross-examinatio- n In other words, the defense must show that Mr. Ford attempted to em harass the government in what it conceived to be necessary steps for the protection of this country. The mere fact that he opposed militarism and fought it to the limit of his strength, before the adoption of armed force for the purpose of national defense became the settled policy of the government, will not be material. The testimony of Mr. Wise Wood, who as a strong advocate of preparedness was naturally bitterly opposed to Mr' Ford's policies, contained so much animus that Judge Tucker called a halt in the recital to warn the witness that his line of comments were out of place and must be discontinued. Mr. Wood, it developed, had visited Mr. Ford while on a speaking tour. It evidently was his intention to attempt to convert the manufacturer to a belief in a great army and navy. He informed Mr. Ford, so the testimony ran, that Germany was likely to the United States and that Japan menaced us from the west. Mr. Ford's comment, said Mr. Wood, was "Oh, you're full of Eastern scare gas." Bankers Blamed For War. Mr. Ford declared also, the witness testified, that the world war was started by two great bankers, that he knew who they were and that he intended to draw their teeth before' he finished with them. Speaking along the same line, Air. Ford" was said to have made the declaration that the revolution in Mexico, which resulted in raids into the United States, was staged by financial interests who hoped to bring about intervention. "I know who they are too," Mr. Ford Is said to have stated. Mr. Wood, it appears, pleaded earnestly with Mr. Ford in an endeavor, to persuade .him that the United States was exceedingly vulnerable and that there was immediate danger that some nation would step in and conquer us. But the only satisfaction he got was Mr. Ford's laughing retort, "Oh, you're full of scare gas." Under Mr. Wood admitted that he was not aware that a number of men who were associated with him in his preparedness propaganda were making great sums of money out of the European war. The probabilities are that the defense will consume at least another week and that the trial will last until it-vad- e Tiffany Blake, chief editorial writer of The Tribune, was one of the most interesting witnesses. Mr. Blake testified that he had deliberately permit-tethe characterization of Mr. Ford and FANCY f" GROCERIES. d as an anarchist because it seemed him to sum up Mr Ford's activities. He testified at length, under concerning the attitude which nis paper took in favor of war with Mexico but against war with Germany, and admitted that The Tribune had in mind the material benefits which would accrue to the United States In the event of intervention, and the fact that no such gains could be reaped from war with Germany. Ford Was In the Way. During the course of his testimony Mr. Blake characterized the uttei-ancand the attitude of Mr. Ford as "notorious." Ford counsel took the stand that Mr. Ford's position could not have been notorious to readers of The Tribune because The Tribune never referred to the alleged statements which it is now using as a means of justifying its attack. Its attitude towards Mr. Ford, counsel attempted to show by questioning the witness, was based upon the fact that just when it seemed that the paper's long campaign for war with Mexico was about to bear fruit, and troops were being hurried to the border, it suddenly found Henry Ford in its way. Submarine warfare, in the estimation of The Tribune, the witness said, was never sufficient cause for war. Mr. Blake admitted that the newspaper 'id not demand armed redress after the sinking of the Lusitania, and that when the President used the Sussex case as a- - test. The Tribune continued to declare that the submarine issue was no cause for war. An editorial from The Tribune was introduced and Ford counsel proceeded to read from it, "If we win in Germany, what do we win " "Yes, what do we win," interjected the witness. "Blessed If we know" continued the editorial. "Yes, blessed if we know," broke in the witness again, "we don't know toto. cross-examinatioes t Furniture, arpets, m?i Rugs " and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Kockers, Dining Tables, Bed Eoom 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 OFf EACH MONTH. BLUEBIRD Ptojt7Big sTsssssssusl n iiircETW:nSJMsssissssssBssWsMsMsssBSsMsssssssssss7 PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night ll k NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA. KENTUCKY. 4& gjHITTTTT'gITgHrgTTiHMg SURGEONS agree that in cases of day." "You Dr Eiam Harris K ! I i CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE stated," said Ford counsel, "that when the government finally decided on it3 position that you supported it and stopped argument against war with Germany. Do you consider that when the President had presented an ultimatum and broken off diplomatic relations that you were supporting him and the nation by continuing to tell the people that the President had no, ground for war with Germany?" "Yes, because the submarine issue was not a good ground for war." "Well, when the President broadened the issue by telling the country that we must enter the war to make the world safe for democracy did you argue for war on, these broader grounds?" "No, we did not." Overlooked Ford's Offer. "Did you know, Mr. Blake, that Mr. Ford was the first person in the United States to offer himself, his ability. his factories and all he had, to assist the government in the event of war did you know that?" "No, I did not know that." "Your perusal of The Tribune did not 'give you that information about Mr. Ford?" "No." R. R. McCormlck, president of The Tribune company, and one of the editors of the paper, was another witness. Mr. McCormick testified that The Standard Oil and International HENRY W. DEPP, XEINTISI Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow J A Game for High Stakes! Billy Stanway, American rancher, loved the, J t'uts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT Is most important. When an EFFICENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and tie wound begins to heal at once. Fcr use on man or beast, BOROZONE is pretty young granddaughter of a wealthy old Spanish overlord of a neighboring estate sufficiently to gambls every chance for her affection and the good will of the grandee on the roll of the dgeand Inlay work a Specialty All Work .5 ANTISEPTIC and the IDEAL HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Lost-- A Guaranteed Adv. Office: next'door to post office Gold Medal WELL k DRILLER Between bacK. Tom Holiday's residence My name and Glensfork. engraved on Dice of I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties;. See me be (ore contracting. Latest im proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Giv me a Call. ) Finder will return to the News office and receive liberal reward. James HoIIaday. Rtddence Phone 13 B Destiny When the old Senor was mysteriously abducted and his captors Bailne Phone 13 DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST JKx Tears Ago, Thiniiif She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat N She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardni Far ' Her RecoTery. . C JteyBe City, Tex. Mrs. Mary of this place, says; "After, the birth of my little girl... my side to hurt me. I had to go "back ' to bed. We called the doctor. He treated me... but I got no better. I got worse and worse until the misery was unbearable... I was In bed for tared months and suffered such agony that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . I told my .husband if he would get me a bottle of Cardul I would try it. . . $ 1 commenced taking it, however, that Kil-TBcom-aenc- ed n, J. C. YATES Office, Front rooms b Jeffries BTdg up Slain. ' resins I called my family-- about jm... fer I kaew .vnlMfl jj Jsyj I & r o&aage far I coald not last Harvester interests, in which Tribune stockholders have holdings, never in any way directed the policy of the pathe better. That was six yean per towards Mexico. His testimony and I am still here . and am a vnU, also touched the matter of salaries, strong woman, and I owe my life tt which" The Tribune cut off as soon as Cardui. I had only taken half tla men entered the service of the nation In the great war, although it had conbottle when I began to feel betta. tinued salaries when its employes The misery In my side got less.. wero called to the border. The fact that the army pay had been doubled, continued right on taking the Card that married- - men were discharged until I had taken, three bottles and from the guard 'and that conscription did not need any more for I was wsQ had been put iln. .force, caused-th- e paand never felt better In my life. . . 1 per to change Its policies, Mr. McCorhave never had any trouble irom Uiet mick stated. E. G. ijebold, general secretary to day to this." Mr. Ford, and Edsel Ford, the presiDo you suffer from headache, dent of the Ford. Motor Company, wete called to the witness" stand by The ache, pains in sides, or other discomweek. MivLlebofd forts, each month? Or do you fetf' Tribune late in the a testified concerning letter which ho weak, nervous and fagged-out- ? If , had written in response to, a cdmniu-nicatioWhich sought to interest Mr.' give Card!, the woman' tenlc, a Ford In a device which would deal trjal. 7. flTS ' out death. demanded a heavy ransom for his return, Billy's native instinct told him that things were-no-t just as they seemed, but the end justified the desperate chance he took. ' .J 1 Worms Interfere with the growth pfchildren. They b eccme thin, pale and sickly. Get rid of these parasites at once if you would have healthy children. Ihappy, cheerfdl children WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE destroys worms and benefits the system. , ' Adv. Drug Co.. Sold by Paull . Columbia, - Kentucky Used 40 Years t5 Yes will enjoy every iatail-me- st ef tke spleadid w serial we kave arraaged ts give yea. Dea'tfailtereaelti Stings or bites of insects thdt are followed by swellings, pain or itching honld be treated promptly as they are poisonous. BALLARD'S LINIMENT-counteracts-'the CARDUI J Tin Wwwfl's'Twiic Sold Everywhere r. 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Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles,, Sporting Goods 11 S. M. SANDERS OAMPBELLSTILLE, & iwitra :j.i.-:;(-- raw a a aTjfe iTrrrfm MBh dimfthyYM J.r i5 KENTUCKY. i Musical Feature for the Chautauqua iAJ 55" Chautauqua Has To Offer NEVER 1 has a Chautauqua program been at once so varied and so 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 self-center- ed What Thisear s Music is mere music until the .uaster hand of a great orchestra leader transforms it into art. And such a transformation" isi realized in the nughifceent playing of - i .'Jktd&'t MsmLm diSsTAjltsmmmWsmmmm. &mWsm Eland's Orchestra which is one of h& big attractions - 'MffiZm MsmY &MHfwPms m: of the Chruauqua sfiasan. H. L. Blard, the wizard of music who directs this splendid Grgani-natic- n is a paste:?; er cf h'- - art. Prior to his advent under tLe i&!fssmsMmWsWSM)ft&ztBXi2BsWW?M &iXirssr&iyEinkMm&ia9!KWsMsW Chautauqua tent he had built up r MBMSsmmWsmwSmamiS'SnSfiStBlssWMmm Jt- u reputation as an organizer of VWBrJMtr3ssmmmmmmmmmmmmSsmsm i5i M&M .SaflJMgJltoaigyrBWt n Glee clubs, c'.'Orirses and bands, y Only recently he raa tendered the l& as head of the Department ,! TnT-- i Arte . -. n- -o nf nnr 1ri-r-. IsW . .. . ..b p, f'3 " hH smWLsmmmmw$rmBUslsSmmW JtWfl. Jf.h vHPlB ' JjL smmWsW Jv- LJBifK"wUdBnMa Ci .. yourself to stay away! jc ydg FIRST ,t Mi DAY Afternoon Opening Concert Evening Musical Prelude Play Reading. "The Country Cousin" SECOND DAY V?Zr Mr. mail's direction Ills r orchestra presents a program of inrressive numbers in-- ffr eluding th- - popular, the patriotic and the c!?ss:c. BLAND'S Great interest is likewise stimu-- , THr. an fm,'fdinn t, n,nj o rw iated by the novelty numbers of the net Duet, and a Flute, Violin and savers' gcW.s an: re;-- Tarings. pmno Trio. In adll.loa a number of Among thes- - nove'ty numbers is a instrumental and vocal solos, HavIa-- . Cextette. a Eajo trated songs and descriptive pieces ,.-fe m-C3cd N iWmmBMKmmsWSm ORCHESTRA illus-clever ' J Hugh Anderson Quintette Hugh Anderson Quintette Miss Jeannette Kling round out a truly remarkable program. The great Bland orchestra is featured on the afternoon and evening of the closing day of the Chautauqua. Afternoon Ain't It a Grand and Glorious Feeling? tagaaM&&-igi''-g''-gjs- With Apologies to Cartoonist Briggs. 7 - Musical Prelude Lecture, "Parasites" Evening Prelude Entertainment, Magic and Illusions THIRD DAY Emerson Winters Company Andrew H. Harnly , -- g Emerson Winters Company The Floyds NO INDEED 1 WILL NOT SPEND PIV MONEY FOP CHAUTAUQUA -Vi TICKETS SI 57 : AS eJm tsmtL 1ZZZ2 Afternoon Concert Evening Prelude Lecture, "Peace and Its Problems" FOURTH DAY Fisher Shipp Company I... Fisher Shipp Company Hon. Edmund H. Hlnshaw Afternoon Rudolph's Swiss Entertainers Musical Entertainment Evening Rudolph's Swiss Entertainers Prelude Lecture, "Our Town and OurNatlon" Cyrus S. Nusbaum.. Afternoon Concert Evening Grand Double Concert FIFTH DAY Bland's an teVl W !4 Orchestra Orchestra YES I WANT TICKETS THE KIDDIE WANT TO GO ch.'red.vtJhoo-- ' CHAUTAUQUA AW EVERYTHING s ... Bland's an TvKsf 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. 3z t. v t'iOB C fTTl t7 V i '!' 0m C (?Q5l "1 'K"4W r.v TT Get Your Season Ticket of (he Local Committee Columbia Chautauqua July 22nd to 26th. t iiiii AND THEN COJjlES 'CMBCAlNTTTAGMm 4MD QLQHOUS FEEL1N61T THEBIGTJaV Send in your Subscription to The News, $1.50 and $2M K. 7-2- 3.-11 n ON ADAIR -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f No. 6769. White was in Burkesville, Ky., piped from the mountains all KE3EUVB DISTRICT NO. 8. where he was introduced to the over the city; And it is so cold - -- '. BOUNTY. then governor of ftorth Carolina, you can hardly drink it for it : OF THE CONDITION OF who was present about certain comes irom melting snow, we legal matters, then pending in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. have warm days liere, but it SYJOHN AVROE STEELE. the court, at that place. The AT COLUMBIA; IN THE STATE gets pretty chilly at night, for governor had a very common and OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE the breeze off the mountains No. 24. ordinary "personal appearance, OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1919. makes it fine sleeping here. RESOURCES. and White, contrary to usual cusHEIiAMPTONS AND THE It is full high for me here, but tom, stood, and for a moment, Loans and discounts, including re I rest pretty good. Some people discounts, (except those shown. 3204 216 10 mutely gazed at him. The govinb andc) have to leave here on the ac $201216 10 TotalLoans iTke . Lamntons were amonj? ernor, doubtless, thinking, that tt , U.S. Bonds and deposited to secure ...' count of it being so high, they circulation (par value)... S25 000 earliest comers to Adair, but, White was in all probability emnight. Here in the IT, sleep and certificates of inun- debtedness Ae date, of their coming, is f barrassed at meeting so disting- S. Bonds owned an,d $2 027 25 ?2T 027 25' can'twe are at city b.uuu and au some pledged Lewis Lampton, for uished a personage and to relieve Liberty Loan Bonds 3H. 4. and feet above sea level so you see IH Per cent unpledged tatoy years, was the proprietor the situation, suggested, that Securities other than U, S. bonds 24 050 00 wa are pretty high, but the aif (not including stocks) owned iCftS conductor of what would probably White did not creditthe unpledged is pure ail the time and makes a S32 376 71 Total bonds, securities etc. ibmf be denominated a hotel, in statement, that "he was a gover32 37G 71 a person feel good. I don't want otherthan U. S fee,town of Columbia, hut, in nor. White replied, that he did Stock ol Federal Reserve Bank to make this country my home 1 650 00 (50 per cent of subscription) ie iay of its operation, it bore not doubt, thac the governor was Value of Banking: house owned on the account of one thing and jfeie name of a tavern. Jt was all and unincumbered that he was represented to be, Furniture and fixtures charged o 1 000 00 that is, it is too dry to make jgamous for the social functions, but, thatvhe was thinking, that Lawful reserve with Federal Be- - - 24 352 26 any thing on a farm. And I know serve Bank aritich were held under its roof, if the governor was truly the Cash in vault and net amount due I don't want a factory life, for I 73 174 23 ilk the olden time, and was the highest officer in that State, if from National Banks same Checks on other banks In the have experienced it a little bit, city or town as reporting bank .rpqgular resort of the elite of so- he (White) should become a citi1764 18 and I like the farm life better. other than item 17 ciety in those days. Doubtless, zen of it, what position would be Total of items 14. 15. 16. 17 I often think I shall come back to 74 933 41 and IS & fcras all that a tavern in ? Checks on banks located outside of commensurate with his deserts dear old Adair county to make it city or town of reporting bank at that day, should have V A number of the descendants 219 12 my home in the future if nothing and other cash items e&eea. The circumstance in conRedemption fund with U. S. of Jesse White, yet, reside in happens, for I never have been gestion with its proprietor, which Adair county. Jesse White, who Treasurer and due from U. S. 250 00 Treasurer satisfied since I left there. I think sfcition has most carefully pre- resides in CoIumbia, being a Interest earned but not and Bills onNotes Adair county is the place for me 1 676 69 Receivable not past due served, was the effort on his grandson. for there are lots of good people 392 756 54 Total. jgart to chastise Jesse White. Benjamin Lampton was a and that is what I like. Well I LIABILITIES. Tfiite was a great wit, a dandy brother of Lewis Lampton, and Capital stock paid in. . 25 000 00 must quit this before it goes ingzcxhis dress, a good soldier, and 29 600 00 ."v- upon a farm, J in the Surplus fund resided to the waste basket. If anybody profits, orhen the occasion was favorable, neighborhood of Bliss, about Undividedcurrent expenses, S10in-560 83 Less wishes to write to me I would be $2 913 44 7 653 39 terest and taxes paid cwsttld, sometimes, imbibe more four miles the west of Columbia. Interest and discount collected glad to hear from my old friends :reeiy, than was conducive to He married Betsy Casey, who or credited, in advanse of maturity and not earned approxI will ring off for this time wish .via the utmost sobriety. In this 100 67 imate was, also, called Peggy, and a ing all the Adair county people Amount reserved for taxes accrued respect, however, he did not 25 000 00 daughter of Col. Wm. Casey. Circulating Notes outstanding:. . differ from the great majority The date of the marriage, is not Net amounts due to National banks 1 786 13 well. '86 13 Total items 32.33. 34. and 35. Sincerly. ct the men of his generation. now known, but, from other bits Individualof deposits subject to check 302 ri6 35 Garrett Murreft tLe was one of the forty men of local history, it seems safe to Total of demand deposits (other 2933 West Colo. Ave, than bank deposits (subject to if ram Adair county, who say, that they had married and Reserve. Items 36. 37. 33. 39. Colorado bpringsJJColo. $302 716 35 40and41 at the call of Gov. She- were living upon the farm men?392 756 54 Total lby; in the war of 1812-- 1 815, to tioned, which was near to the State of Kentuckv, ) Rugby. &a apon the campaign, which residence of Col. Casey, as early County of Adair J ss: twasmade into Canada, against as 1795 or 1796. Here, I. E. H. above of their named bank, doHughes. Cashier thatthe above Mrs. Kate Akin, of this place, solemnly swear the sine forces of the British General daughter, Jane, was born and statement is true to the best of my knowledge visited near Columbia a few days and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. IProctor and his Indian allies, reared,, of whom, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th ago more anon. dayotJuly, 1919. who were commanded by the To Be Continued Mr. Walter Rowe and son. of Leonora Lowe, chief, Tecumseh. celebrated Notary Public ' Little RockJlock, Ark., are visit My Commission expires Jan. 20th, 1921. 'White throughout the ing relatives here this week. From Colorado Sp.rings. Correct Attest: -- tatopaign and participated in Braxton Massie, Mrs. R. P. Breeding is very John D. Lowe, the battle of the Thames, where low with a complications of Henry N. Miller. Directors. June 30 1919. jhe British and Indians were dediseases. feated and routed, and Tecumseh Editor News: George Breeding, Jr., of was slain. The cause of LampWill you please find space in the bytep we finally made it to the Springfield, 111., is visiting here oon's attempt to chastise White good old Adair County News, to house. So the main joke was on jls now forgotten. Probably, it print a few lines from an Adair me, I was awfully hungry and this week.' Mrs. wzswery trivial and insignif- county boy, who left there, will expected to get a lunch and there place, J. R. Gaskins, of this died last Monday July 7th. icant circumstance, as men qua- soon be three years ago. My folks wasent a bite to eat to be seen. with old, age, and dieases atThe hou3e was closed, so we rrel as freely about small things went to Illinois two years ago, tendant there to.SShe was the sas great ones. White pretended and we lived in Illinois until about started back, and I thought it widow of the late J. R. Gaskins, vto be very loath to engage in a the first of March, of this would be easy coming back so I and one of the pillars of the Bapjfight with Lampton, but Lamp-itoi- x year, and we bought a farm in started out very nearly in a run, tist church of this place. She ould receive no apology, Mississippi, and moved down and my partner told me to take was 73 years old at her death, xflar svould he desist at the insist-ren- there, and as luck would have it it slow. He had been up there and leaves eightchildren to of friends, and compelled things dident go good with me, before and knew how it was. mourn their loss. She was a White .to fight, and.accompanied so I had to leave that place and We hadent come very far unwoman, ofithe highest ;his attack upon White with the come' to the West. This is a til I began to feel the effects of christian character, and will be greatly declaration, that he wanted all wonderful place here in Colorado. it, and the farther, we come down missed in this neighborhood. ?to &ee "just how a gentleman Some of the most wonderful the worse I got, and I began to Your scribe extends to the becould .handle a wood chuck. sights, in the world, I suppose. I think it was quite a trip .before I reaved children his sympathy. "Whits was an expert in the use have seen some of them Bince I got to the bottom. I never did Lum Hill, of Gradyville, Sam iif his Jists and feet, and very came here, but not all by a great think it was harder to' come down Hill, 'of Edmonton, andj; Scott to Lampton, the fight deal. I am here pretty close to hill before until I experienced 'reeulted yery disastrously to him Pike's Peak, about two and a that trip. This country will fool Hill, of Weed, were here last Monday, to attend Mrs. Gaskins dtad ended in his being complete half miles that is to the foot of a person, any way, there is one ly knocked out. During the the cog railroad that leads upon strange thing about it. It looks funeral. Our school opened last Monday (Course of the engagement, a con- it and lots of people start walking like water is running up hill in with good attendance. siderable damage was done to up it, but fall by the wayside lots of places, and you can see a ithe furniture and vessels in the Of course there are lots of long ways farther here than you Notice of Election. sreom, w"hich was the property of people that can walk to the top can east. I am two miles and a lampton. The 'spectators, of it, but it takes a pretty strong half from the mountains but it In compliance with a proclama by the Governor of that they were, man or woman to do it. The only looks to be about a half a tion, issued 12 th, day of May, Ken tucky, on the 1919, large part, the cause of the main reason of that is the air gets mile. So that is the way a fellow Ordering that an Election for Hep. ;n?rayf as they had egged on the so. light that a weakly person gets fooled here. I am in sight resentative in Congress for the Eighth . combatants, as was the custom cannot stand it. You can feel of, most of the top of the Peak; Congressional District of Kentucky, in those tlays, proposed to pay awful stout before you start up from here, and any time I want composed of the Counties of AdafF, the damage to the furniture and but your strength soon leaves to see snow, I just Jook up on the Anderson, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Jessemine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, vessels. White readily concu- you. A friend of mine and I Peak, aud there is lots of it, but Shelby and Spencer, be held in each rred in the , Justice of the specta- started one morning pretty early, It is no wonder. The height of voting precinct in the Counties aforetors paying the damages, declar- - to go to the half way house, that's it above sea level ds, 14,000 and said on Saturday August; the 2nd., ing, that he should pay no part, a lunch room, that is supposed to some feet, so 'you can't wonder 1919. An election will' be held in Adair s&s the spectators had the entire be half way up the Peak; but it about there being snow on it all i benefit of the show, including an is only one third of the way. So the time. They have snow County on the above mentioned date t 'in the various voting. precincts sjealar demonstration of how ea we walked and rested and walked storms up there nearly every-da- y County, for the purpose aa of said aboYe and of course it can't melt. stated." sritwas to show up an'opossum, and I thought we never would get Cortez Sanders, Sherrlul of Adair, County Ky.. xfea. it was pretending to be a there, forit was awful steep,- bu 'We have ice water here all the Upon joriocciiioii. weiwth had walking cttfo, stop time withbut.usingvice forjiti jsrttd cat I6TES REPORT H Pi fJiij f !&m i iw Ihm list m, Direct from . fB f$49gP9f -- the TROPICS CLEM-MON- S. WAX'ATAN is clashed as the most desirable coffee ever pre-m- ff e American trade, being an extra large, ligkt sen i3SKHlJil icentered berry of uniform size. 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Represented in Taylor, Greea and Adair Counties by R. i Borders CaniDbellsville, Wed. Ky. feel-ra&oitbtle- ss, The old soldiers picnic will be at the same place as before, . There was a'meeting Hills Grove' Thursday, conducted bv Rev. The crops around ' looking fine; Pardue iders whv not rocpacc the old. i Mr. B. Cole left for Illinois last here are Friday Corn is growing 1 " at Scott It will bethe 6:h and 7rh of Autr. If we respect th vouna: sol- and Fri-day, -- ' ' jiicely. , Columbia Garage. Big Creek school opened Monthp I have just opened day, with alarge attendance. Glad to have our 'teacher.-.-, Mr. brick bulldlog near SmitJiV Mil! automobiles ilf mv. sDecfalfcvl 'r" , Wooten back. - sr - largely auenueu irgici nere a,jni(ife---tim- e. A , rne jricmc. a&yoiumDiatfc.wasj n, . .. - y-- : t- ,30-2f- c. $! -aiiTe-porte-d guarantee my work- - So brinsr land ouT'caj.orynotify rae whereito findlt. uiinriButo 5&tLTA--- ' .-- I - " :.T, - ix. r...... urauueu. .. - 1 ,