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Community Chautauqua The opened a little late, but when it started, Tuesday sight, it entertaind in a very delightful manner the remainder of the week. The company could not have asked for a larger attendance, as the tent 'was lull, and many sat upon the outside throughout the five days. The music was inspiring, the reading of the "Country Cousin," by Jeannette Kllng, in a master play by Booth Tarkington, was and was faultlessly given highly appreciated. The lecturers throughout the week were educational and delivered in a most captivating manner. The Floyds did some very mysterious tricks on the second day. In fact the whole program .was carried out to the satisfaction of-- all in attendance, and when the week closed, on Saturday night, every body was glad that the Community Chautauqua had offorded this locality an opportunity to spent five afternoons and nights most delightfully. The last meet was the most entertaining day of the week. Our people were so "well pleased with the Chautauqua throughout, that an agreement was signed for its return text year. --- A Message Frsm Our Governor. Married Thursday. Miss Carrie Willin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jtfave Willian, and Mr. Bripe Walker, a grandson of Mr. Clint Walker, all the parties of Glenvllle, I more than 130 educational Institutions; for their many orphanages and hospitals; for their aged ministers; and for the National Memorial Church dedicated to Roger Williams and Religious Liberty, to be built in WashFarm For Sale. ington. A Campaign Commission was appointed, with Dr. George W. Tru-et- t, My farm cotalning 97 acres. Near pastor First Baptist Church, Dal Roy, Ky. on Russells creek. Also 2 las, Texas, as Chairman, and one mem county the first two weeks in August, Died in Old Masons dome. milch cows fresh and other cattle. ber from each of the Southern States. and will preach here the second Sunday TT. L. Antle, meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, At a in August. He will then go to Cave Eoy, Ky. early in June, the Commission met Last Saturday afternoon Mr. John City to visit his brother and sister and made out plans for raising the 75 A. Johnson, who was a native of and hold a meeting at Hiseville with i Camp Daniel Boone. million dollars. Dr. L. R. Scarborough, Taylor county, but who lived in Cane his brother-in-laKirby Smith, who president of the Southern Baptist Valley section a number of years, is pastor of that church, A Bible Conference, under Auspicis Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, died in the Old Masons Home, Shelby-vill- e. He would have been; 93 years of Y. M. C. A. will be held at Camp Texas, was elected General Director, The United Chief Oil and Gas ComThis Camp is and his headquarters established at old had he lived until next November. pany, of Texas, has a conspicious "ad" Daniel Boone Aug. on the Ky. River near Richmond. Nashville, Tennessee. Five !of the His remains were brought to Cane in News. This company 13 Valley and interred Masonically. He under the same management as the Speakers of note will be there. Commissioners were appointed as Bro. Watson is working up several Campaign Directors,. to whom J the de- was a true,' Christian gentleman Texas Chief which ha3 just paid a 390 per cent dividend. Mr. G. M. Gillespi "car loads" of Adair Co. young, tails of organization were committed. and left many friends. men to motor over and get the and Ford K. Spurlock are now hera Mr. J. H. Anderson, of Knoxville, A man signing his name, J. R. Sims benefit. of the conference. See him or Tennessee, a wealthy merchant, was sent from Nell a letter tolthia office- selling stock in the United Chief Oil Guy Stevenson and join the party. made Chairman. and Gas Company. A chance for those last week for publication. There was Rates very reasonable. These Campaign Directors have no truth in this letter, as we learn who want to make big money to in Yote for Ryland Musick. elected the following leaders to coop- from eood citizens of Nell, and Mr. vest. Big Auction Sale erate with General Scarborough in Sim will oblige this office by not again Democrats in every voting precinct July 18, 1918. If you want a good pair of yearling the Campaign: B, C. Hening, of mailing it a cammuncation. There mules or two year old mules attend in the county are called upon to vote We will sell at Columbia, Ky., North Carolina; Assistant General are no better people than those who Burdette's sale at his barn in Columbia for Eyland C. Musick for Attorney Marriage Liceneses. Monday, Aug, 4th beginning promptDirecto'; T. B. Ray, of Virginia, Sur- reside at Nell, and we are sorry" that Ky., next Monday August 4th. Mules General and help make a winning ly at 1: 30 P. M. one car load of Neb- vey Director; H. C. Moore, of Tennesthe letter was published. ticket for November. Pass the word The following marriage license were were never scarcer than at the present mares see, Publicity raska Percheron pasture-raise- d Director; Mrs.JIW. J. to your neighbor. Political are that they issued from the Adair county clerk's broken and unbroken, ages range from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pyle came time and the indications Neel, W. M. U. Orga'nizer.i SAfGener-a- l wfll be scarcer and higher when the office since our last report: Charley 3 to J5 years, weight from 1,000 to 1,300 down from Lincoln county Friday. Organizer is yet to be selected. foreign demand is supplied from this Fields and Lula Jesse. Marcus pounds. This is a golden opportunity Heed this Notice. .At a meeting composed of nearly and on Sunday there was a Myrtie Shepherd. Jas. A. to secure some first-clas-s and brood mares 200 representatives iromj every phase at the home of Mr. and M rs- J. S. country. We want some one in each precinct Bailey and Mary Burton. Sidney 0. and also some good driving and work ,of the denomination's life and work, Breeding, this place, all their .children More garden truck has been grown, in Adair county to call the exchange Collins and Ona E. Aaron. being present. A and is growing in Columbia than has horses. Dontiorget the date, Monday in Nashville, Tennessee, July 2nd and and at Columbia, give the vote in the Con August 4, as we will sell rain or shine. 3rd, a complete programjand organiza- bountiful dinner was prepared and been for several years in the past. gressional race, the Governor's race, N. H. Watson, who lives near . Neal Bros. tion for the campaign were effected. a joyous day suent. The vegetables will be mighty good the Lieutenant Governor's race and Columbia, returned from France on Each of the Southern States will be Ice cream supper next Friday night this coming winteV. all the other contests. Do not neglect the 17th of July. He was in France Lawrence C. Sullivan, of Russell organized, with the State Secretary of August 1st, at Rocky Hill School this very important matter, as the vote one yaer, and participated in three Springs, a graduate of Georgetown Missions as the General Director for House. The Cane Valley band will Rev. R. V. Bennett went to LouisMarne-AineOsis Arus, Collegeiand also of the Lindsey-Wiwill be immediately sent to the battles that state. He will be aided by a furnish the music. A good time for ville, last week and purchased 8700 Daily papers. Remember, call the ex- Meuse Argonne. These are three of son, and is mColumbia,has worth of furnishings for the two General Organizer and a Publicity every body who will attetd. change, at Columbia, and give the the noted battles. He was in the accepted the position of Director of Man, and an Advisory Campaign Comthe Lindsey-Wilsovote over the phone. This little favor Army of Occupation, on Rhine, six College New Athletics in Newberry, farm for Sale. mittee, made up of the three persons will be highly appreciated by the months. He states that the battles he Attention Is called to the advertiseberry, S. C. It is the Standard Presby- above named, the Campaign CommisIt is located one mile east of ment of the opening of the Lindsey-Wilso- n. County News Adair engaged in were terrific but he did terian College in that State. Prof. not get a scratch, and had fine health Salllvan is a clean young man and his sioner from that state, the editor of Columbia. See Scott Montgomery. The catalogues will be ready A Bargain. 40 tf during the whole of the time he was former school mates here in Columbia the Baptist paper, the Secretary and ior distributionlthe last of this week. of the Women's Work, W6rk on the pike to the Taylor in the ssrvice. will be glad to hear of his and the Chairman of Jthe Laymen's county line ls badiy needed. The 1 new chilled plow for sale No. 20. Mr. W. H. Shipp, who is a hustling organization. It will be the duty of traveling public say that it is robbery business man, is now citizen of There is quite a bit of talk by Come at once. people, living on the line, about autoS. F. Eubank. Columbia. He and family are occupyIn talking to one of Adair's pros- theso State Organizers to organize the to collect toll on Adair's end. in each state, called Asmobile driving along the Stanford perous farmers, last Thursday, he ing the Baptist parsonage. Mr. Winter's and wife were the pike at a late hour of nights It is all said: "Crops have not been worked sociations or Districts. Each of these Vote for Judge C. A Hardin for Neal Bros, will sell at auction in drawing cards at the Chautauqua last right to take automobile rides, but Congress next Saturday. Quit your this season as much as common, but Associations or Districts will have an Wednesday. The former recites most night pleasure trips should not be polls. Columbia next Monday one car load of notwithstanding theie has been neg- Organizer and a Publicity Director, work long enough to be at the Percheron mares. entertaingly. and as a story teller, he made by young people unless there are Your vote is needed. lect upon the part of many farmers, and these will organize the churches, has but few equals in manner and three to four machines in a bunch, the crops throughout the county are with a General Director, and these Some officer of the election in his Dontfail to attendBurdette's mule speech. What makes a story good, is and a chaperon with the party. Unwill organize the churches, with a precinct will please see that Saturday's sale , unusually good " at his barn in Columbia next Mon- -. the way you tell it. ' Mr. Winters, wholesome remarks often destroys General Director, preferably the pas vote is sent to the Columbia Exchange bay, Aug. 4th. The social given a few days ago by tor; and an Organizer, some select laycertainly has the gift of entertaining. the character of girls, hence it beas soon as counted. Miss Edna Lewis, in honor of Miss His wife is a professional whisiler, an hooves them to be very prudent Don't fail to attend Neal Bros, big man; and an Organizer representing S he knows the song of every Lortz, of Louisville, and Mrs, Lillian imitator Cottage for rent. auction sale of mares next Monday. the Women's Work. All these organbird, and she whistles them to perThere are more sickly colored ' men Edgar W. Reed, this place, was a very izations are to be aided by volunteer W. F. Cartwright. Russell & Co. makes an announcefection. This couple was complimented who hang about Columbia than any delightful affair. The hours were workers, from among men and women. Tim White, who was well known ment in this weeks News. by the entirs audience. other town of Its population in the spent in social converse, and before The name of the campaign is "Bap county, died on State. Aak one to take pay for a small the departing time, choice refresh-ment-s tist 75 Million Campaign." The time about Tarter, this The Meeting at Garlin has been reMr. Guy Detrick, the gentlemanly July, 8.He left a wife and four child " were served. job, time, ten or fifteen minutes, and moved to White Oak. for the big drive will be November ren. Superintendant of the Community am notable." the answer comes, "I Chautauqua, was in the News office Fire alarm sounded, one evening 30th to December 7th. This will be Markets.' This winter when they are sure to fas The property sold to Mr. S. D. Bar-be- e, Thursday morning and stated that he last week, creating quite r'a bit of called "Victory Week," at which out of meat and flour, they will call in the mill district, was owned was perfectly delighted with the excitement, ut fortunately it was time cash and pledges payable in' 5 upon whites for help. They should be , Mr.-M. Stevenson- Louisville, July. 28. Cattle Prime only the burning of a brush pile, years are to be raised to the amount by attendance here each day , and night. answered, "I am not able." 813.0014.0Q;heavy He further stated that in looking over in the neighborhood of the Graded of more than 75 million dollars All Glll&Grasham bought 100 sheep xport steers organizations, The Forheifers the audience on this day, he remarked The Government trucks that have School building. from Stephenson & Mann, Rowena, eign Mission Board at Richmond, to one of his associates, "I never saw been awarded to counties for road $9.0011.60; fat cows, $9.0011.00; melast week, at 12 cents. a more attractive body of ladies, purposes, are being delivered over the! Adair is evidently an attractive Virgina, the Home Mission Board at s dium $11. to 12; cutters ?o. 757.00 every face showing intelligence and State. Adair has not got hers yet, but county. From two to four people are Atlanta, Georgia1, the Educational Russell county has received her gov85.(25.75;. bulls 87 009jOO; feeders here every week, looking for farms. Board at Birmingham, Alabama, the ernment road truck, aud the road good breeding." we take it that it will come in soon. $911 00; stackers 87.50 to $10.00 choice They want them close to town on ac Old minster,s Relief Board, at Dallas, oversesrs propose to use it. county will have to send to the milch cows 890110; medium J. H. Squires, of Knlfley, this The count of our educational facilities. Texas, the Laymen's Board, at Knox-designated point for it. The counties county, bought of J. W. Sublett & The square promaraders are creat- common 85065. vilteTennesse, the Woman's MissionJudge Hardin will be a 4eader in that sent after them went to Jefferson Price Calves Receipts 724) head. Indiscretion Bros., last Thursday the farm known ary tJn ion Board, at Baltimore, Mary ing tGomuch talk. A little m ville, Ind. Congress. He has the ability and) his" Choice veals $15.0016.00-mediu1.00 higher. brings detriment. as jhe homestead of the late Branch and all the. state organizations often Go to the land, 10.00t4.00; common 610.00. " Sublett, situated below Coburg, but In The President of the United States Democracy is untarnished. are throwing themselves full length Mr. R. W. Shirely, of Miltown, says see tbat your neighbor Hogs Receipts 2,912 head. Demand the edge of Green county, for about and the Democratic Representatives polls and and full strength into the campaign. crops never looked better in his lou Democrats do likewise. Best hogs 165 lbs aad was go'od'. $10, odo. Possession will be given first have their eyes on the Eighth ConThree million Baptists are to go in cality. , year. up 22.65; 120 to 165 lbs 321.75; 120 lbs of the c and put itovor. It is to be the greatgressional district. They want to see Scott Montgomery sold his $19.65 down. jThe Adair County Teachers, Insti down and land attached,on Jamestown est and most meaningful movement Repunlicans are making an effort to it roll up an increased majority for head Sheep and street, last Saturday, to S. C. Neat. ever inaugurated by Southern Bap- cute will convene here Monday, Augxeduce the Democratic majority in Judge Hardin. steady all through, beet lambs market Consideration, $3,300 Possession will tists. Its issues to the cause of Christ ust 18th. the Eighth District The Democaats Farmers who are busy can go to culls 87 to $, $16. 16.25 seconds money will are incalculable. This be given Oct 1st should work the harder to increase Let no Democratic fail, to vote in the polls and vote, then return tol 87.60 bocks 85.50 dswa. sheep If they all go to the polls on nut their work, losing1 bu little time." . v Second Sunday afternoon, in August help every phase of reihfltf life the Congressional race next Saturday. Sheared u Btpciats represented rnrohdat Butter CWtri.S7iSe lb! Saturday Judge Hardin's majority " there will be a singing at Zioo, con.. IX De- ' t every "' It will sot be less than 3;o6d. i T7 The Chautauqua has come aaelgeas. ducted by Profs. R'o'.'Oafcill 'and fckwhnla world. a. J la aKDaatMd.tha.rJ,i - bfTVJi' v 7 r.. ,.,,., fday. 2 u wuww i U lb' wis a good one. vete early. Veee fer Haxdia Joel DarneiivTerf Witeexj tHg - - L,-'-.. vis C k Ji, n. in-thw, Kentucky's Governor issued the following message of encouragement and appreciation of the moonlight school teachers and those who are fighting to wipe out Kentucky's illiteracy before the census of 1920 is taken: "While the countries of Europe rebuild their ruined cities and .rehabilitate their industries, it is our privilege in the United States to rehabilitate the lives of our fellow citizens. .One of the most necessary and most noble of reconstruction tasks is- - to teach all those who are unable to read and write. We must do this before the Commonwealth and the nation can make great advancement. The teachers and citizens of Kentucky are pioneers in this movement, which has now become nation-wid- e and has even been adopted in other countries. The movement which they have So unselfihly fostered, demands the best that is in us all at this time when the last battle of this crusade against illiteracy in Kentucky is being waged. I honor the moonlight school teachers and set a high value upon the service which they are volunteering to render to humanity and to the . state. May that service enrich their own lives as much as it will bless their fel n and the great Commonwealth Kentucky. of James D. Black, Governor. low-me- this county, were married at the home of Eld. Z. T. Williams, this city, Thursday. The bride is a popular' musician, and was educated' at the Lludsey-WilsoThe" groom is a returned soldier, and has many friends in his home commtnity. They will reside at Glensville. Southern Baptist Go In Tor Mam thousand of them, and every Baptist member, more than 3 million, will moth Sum. put themselves in a great fashion into this, movement. Aa the Southern Baptist ConvenAn Old Citizen Passes. tion in Atlanta, Georgia, in May, with more than 5,000 Baptists assemLast Sunday night at 11 o' clock, bled, it was unanimously decided to M. Charles L Rice, his given name raise 75 million dollars, for missions, in home and foreign lands; for their better known as Phee, died at his home 24. MULES. 24, At Auction. I will hold my next auction Bale at my barn in Columbia, Ky., on Monday Aug. 4th and will offer at tbs mercy of the public, for the high dollar 20 head of good yearling and two year old mules. Also' 2 J pair good on Campbellsville pike, one mile from heavy work mules five and six years " Columbia. He wa3 85 years old and old Sale begins promptly at 2 o'clock was reared in the Fairplay country p. m. where the remnlns were interred S. M. Burdette, presence of quite a number of friends. He had been Jan' invalid fog Eld. Lawrence Williams of Balton several years. He leayes a wife and Tex., will preach at Cane Valley next several children by former wives. Sunday. He will visit his father, Z. T. Peace to his memory. Williams and other relatives in the f 6-- 9. to-da- full - I Mc-Quea- ry re-uni- - son-in-la- " s, N well-know- n dor-mitorie- n. Vice-Preside- nt sub-divisio- 4 G. the-genea- l can-ner- $90; resi-den- $19.75-throwout- s Lambs-Recelpts,3- 686 it -- Ul, -- ud W v . i!! . T . ? .!." ( flST"! xP$3X , ii- JyV 7-34-1- 111 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS &z TES ON ADAIR COUNTY. egant and beautiful woman." She was rather witty and ani- mm mmmmmmwmwmmmmmm Wk mated in conversation, but her WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. WOODSON LEW words came out with rather a long drawl. She died, at the iSTtfQHN AVROE STEELE home of her son, in Keokuk, Iowa, at eighty-eigyears of :No.25. age. jhe fact, that the parents and JSEEEILAMPTONS AND THE one of the grandparents of SamiiCssiPamelia Gqggins was a uel B. Clemmons, better known Si2&e4n Virginia, for whose hand as Mark Twain, were reared and tic oEcrriage Samuel B. Clemmons married there, has caused a beacdSimon Hancock were strong lief upon the part of many, that sazivafe. Clemmons was the lucky the great humorist, himself, was . sdfcsr and her hand was bestow-efia5p- n a native of the county. This behim in marriage. The lief led a gentleman, who is now I III JJL (1919) a prominent business man .eV5askchild of the marriage, was of Louisville, Ky,. into an emfi .Asfca Marshall Clemmons. Sam- situation. While a peszel S. Clemmons was assisting a barrassing high gentleman, with many worto erect a log building, when one of the logs fell upon thy qualities, he is a very posiferamons and crushed out his tive character, especially about &&. .His wife was thus left a his information. He is one of m&2w, with a limited amount of those positive men, whose inforapcacerty and with several .small mation consists of nothing but .sc: dldteu, who were dependent facts, and he has no opinions upcKz her for support and educa- - nor beliefs. At the time, that J. I. CASETHRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat When Simon Hancock lost the mother of Mark Twain made tia3crop. A Good Price is Guaranteed. xfcis rival the hand of Miss the visit to Columbia, mentioned See TJs In Time And Order Early For A New Case Outfit "cff,g;gins, he came to Adair coun- - above, the gentleman engaged in nd secured and opened a a conversation with several la . 2c? Order To Be Ready The Threshing Season. for cultivation. Thereaf- - dies upon a train, without the " iec a brother of Mrs. Clemmons knowledge that Mrs. Clemmons Goggins) .came out from was one of them. When, for some reason, the name of ' Mark theic home in Virginia, and Plow corn; pull Twain was mentioned, the gena new home by the of .a farm, which adjoined tleman promptly volunteered the .&Gt of Hancock. When Mrs. information, that Mark Twain was all kinds of iarm born at Columbia. Mrs. Clemmons you want, tfSfemmons was left a widow by Ja quietly demurred to the correctitha unfortunate death of her machinery, and a&ca&aed, her brother, in Adair ness of the assertion, and said ! r o,. n m, rsw jam WX ULtaC . JLJUCJr diC '"r ..rfracsty, invited her to come and that he mu&t be mistaken. He very positively declared, that -sd reside with him. She save time and he was not mistaken, that he the invitation and brought GUARANTEED r&ec .children with her. When had been shown the house at Co- labor. association with her , lumbia in which Twain was born, and that his information came ald Jover, Simon Hancock, the Ad flame sprang up in Hancock, from persons, who were perfectly ,ztad he again sought her hand in reliable, and could not have" been . i issaariafe. His second suit was mistaken in their information. Mrs. Clemmons very quietly AaEaccessrul ana" they were Ju:in Marshall Clemmons begged pardon, and said, that , &cew to young manhood upon she must have been laboring under a mistake herself for a long ; the farm of his step.father, time, but that she was the mothabout three miles from He studied for the bar, er of Mark Tfvain, and had alX aod-wa- s granted a license to ways believed, until then, that t&czsuke Jaw by the Adair circuit his birth had occurred in Florida, tzaztt. He wooed and won the Missouri. COL. tTILLIAM OWENS. &aizd of Jane Lampton in marri- Col. William Owens, was a tige. She was then an acknowl-- r noted lawyer and politicians of edged belle and had many with this profane philosophy: made it clear that Italy will. greater part of the way, at was a soldier of the war of her hand. They resided Adair county. He was born in the and served as the surgeon "Things get bad; they grow New Chicago-Nebeing through a howlYork Air Mail uSsl Columbia, for a time and then Fauquier county, Virginia, on that time, the fourth day of May," 1773. He ing wilderness. His prepara- of Col. Barbee's regiment. He worse; and finally become Route. 3Ecved.to Gainesboro, Tennes- was a nephew of the celebrated tions for maintaining himself on was" elected and served several bad; but- after that, they become vrhere a cousin of the wife, The announcement i3 made Simon Kenton, who brought him the way consisted, in providing terms in the General Assembly, better." ; JQc .Nathan Montgomery, then from Washington, that the mail He was the father of Col. E. to Kentucky when he was ten himself with a good rifle, ammu- as the. representative of Adair route from Chicago to Cleveland utesked. .At Gainesboro, their years of age, in 1783. nition, a large pone of corn county in that body, and was, B. Gaither, and the grandfather has been in operation since May When .. sldecc cchild, Orion .Clemmons, also, elected to, and served as a of Col. E. H. Gaither, of Gen. Anthony Wayne made his bread, and a bottle of gravy. 15 and the route was, on July 1, was born. From there, they re Ky. campaign against the Indians, in His wife was Mary McClain, member of the constitutional extended from Cleveland to New jmozed to Fentress county, Ten- To Be Continued. Ohio, Owens was a captain in of New Castle, Henry county. convention of 1850. He was York. The first trip of 430 miles j jiessrixi, which lies upon the Cum- twice elected a member of the Wayne's army, and participated whom he married in 1805. between these two cities is said ;4fidand Mountains, and there, in the various marches and batHe represented Adair in the Federal Congress from the The Hums Question Again. to have been made at the rate of idfeeir .two daughters, Pamelia in which Adair county was tles, which occurred in that cam- Kentucky Senate from 1815 un119 miles per hour. Margaret, were bom. They paign. He is reputed to haye til 1824. In 1826, he made an then a part, and served as a "Mail can now be sent bjr airssatidfid, for .a .time, in a large It now appears that, notwithbeen a very fine soldier. After unsuccessful campaign for a member of that body with cred- standing, Aewalog houseoipon Wolf's riv- the many reports to plane from New York, leaving Throughout obtaining a license to practice seat in the Federal Congress, in it and distinction. the contrary, the question of the there about 5 a. m. and reaching --'Z&in Fentress county, Tennes- law, he, at the first, opened an which he was defeated by Judge his life, he was noted for the disposition .of Fiume has not yet Chicago about 1 p. m." said Mr. oe&wkere their son, Benjamin, Office for the practice of his pro- Richard Buckner. He served as fixedness of his opinions and the asiborj). Their son, Samuel B. finaly determined and will Praeger, who also stated that tenacity with which he adhered been fession, at Danville, Kentucky, a Commonwealth's Attorney, for con most of the planes used are De iemmons was named for .his to them under all circumstances. therefore have to be further but, in the year.1807, he remov- many years. sidered in connection with the Haviland fours with Libertv frandather, who lost his life in ed to Columbia, where s He was the author of many DR. NATHAN GAITHER. he residfcglnifc. He was born at Flor- Austrian Treaty. ThexPresident Motors, and having capacity of and aphorisms, some of ed until his death, which occur Dr. Nathan Gaither was born and Premier Lloyd George having 400 pounds of mail. Mo. UTohn Marshall Clem- red on the 7th day of November, in Rowan county, North Caro which are repeated among the In this connection it is internow left France, and Premier ns died in Missouri. In the 1847, when his age was seventy-fou- r Una, in the year, 1788. His f ath-- r, people of the county until the having apparently esting to note the fact that late .seventies, Mrs. 'Clemmons present day.' In the earlier Clemenceau years. His was a very Nicholas Gaither, was a solwithdrawn from further personal demonstrations have proven the v2d&ercli friends and relatives strong and original years of his life, he was often character. dier of the Revolution, and was participation in Peace matters, practicability, by means of small .Columbia, visit. A lady, wont to say, "that there were His education was limited, but a major in the army, which dea new council of Five has been parachutes of dropping airplane KhtAjcas.one of those visited by three duties, which every man, the strong,native, common sense, feated the British forces at the noints. formed with the 'following mem- mail at intermediate v&txvfhus described her at .&at in a new country, owed to it. served to supply many of the battle ofKing's Mountain, and bers: Secretary Lansing, M. There is also, under consideration time. "She was beautiful even which grew out of his participated in that battle. Dr. He must marry a wife, plant an Pichon, Mr. Balfour, Signor a plan for the establishment of iftoldage; complexion as fair as meager education. The older Nathan Gaither came 'to Ken- orchard, and erect a dwelling Tittoni,fand Baron Makino. elevated stations from which airrsjglrrs, with gray curls on each people in the county still relate tucky in the year, 1808, and be- house." This body is to take charge of planes can take on mail without r.ade of heriace, set off with a anecdote in regard Wh6n persons complained of to him, came a resident of the town" of Peace Conference affairs for the stopping. The perfections of ..,, Afinty little. cap, made her an which, in way, prospects being- - unfavorable, a illustrates same Columbia, where he liyed and present at least, and one of the these two new arrangements fctcactive picture. In manner, and when the clouds of adversiphases of his character. After practiced his profession until his first matters calling for consider will do much to increosethe idfec was quiet, with quaint, old- - coming to Kentucky,, he mads deathr which occurred on the ty and misfortune were lower ation is that of territory taken popularity and geoeral utility , . v of e- ?. -j&ahioned ways. She was an 'several visits to his native state, 12th day of August, 1862. He ing, be dismissed the situation from Austia. Signer Tittoni hw I the airplane mail service. ht mMmtmMtfmrnmm WOODSON LEWIS (hWJfi w CLEM-MON- S. ySSr J3sh ISIr sSTJ m. 1 f 11 'Ciebor M -- -- Place Your In For r-&n- -- se-ceic- ed pur-rzhz- ae If it's. a3Tractor try -- mi-.rt-r- ye sx ,rry.-Pr- ,'nR.VVMM ac--20fc- ed H We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. mar-ittsss- L -- Han-acoc- k, Co-,-ttcat- WOODSON 1812-181- 5, LEWIS GRJEENSBURG, - KENTUCKY. MiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiisiSiiiSfiisiiiiMSi dd w suit-vcs5- or see, , Har-rodsbu- rg, -- -- dis.-tri- ct -- - max-ime- ,iS, de-fect-s, -- i (. n.. te rVt f3 t j J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS se w Uncle Sam Sets a Good Example t -""" k JS'-.- - - rat- - S?57;Sr? . L, DECLARES. Mt. I I l . JJ i f Mn v m V' .j, &SSJ&& ATTot tAlwSwttXC-W- r s& c - ir... w' " SWW?' M' .. j m LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and -- ft. - i? a"v -- OECLM to ruRU i ffiAvwrrz. '.'. xvii - :.' v- t ""; .. Presec5 -- . f5.- -- ait a? LTS- i - j- - """" JfKti -- - ."'-A- VT--1i.- ,a c MANUFACTURER MAKES IT CLEAR HE BELIEVES COVEN-- . ANT IS GREAT STEP. "WAR IS PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. Your Red Cross YOUNG TODD, COLUMBIA, I; If w . - w,; i1 ?; .. KM "aasKrms. jPS J., - -j .- - "?? .ST SiPM?S ? i, MURDER' Is Still Busy READ WHAT YOUR DOLLAR IS DOING Red Ine Cross cludes Continued Care of Returning Fighters. Peace-Servic- KENTUCKY. feL T? Jz r vj5 -- "3 - - - jSS&SSsa - -- '"'-- -- Whirlwind of Questions Fail to Shake; Composure of Man Who Sues for Million Because He Was Called "Anarchist." 1 EVERYTHING IN 'fcXi - v:- -, 3-- : . .. ; .y'.Viv mmmmmmmMmw trTT 'itjsr 3jir" - ? ' i - fs j high; Mich. The Clemens, idealism of Henry Ford has freshenea the proceedings of the libel case and has brought into the wearisome arguments of counsel anu the dull repetition of tions, a new quality. For a week the man who has been described as everything from an "an archist"to the greatest patriot of his day, has been on the stand facing a merciless fire of questions. During the reading of in article written by John Heed on Henry Ford, Ford-Tribun- e cross-examiu- the first call to arms chief aim of the SINCE Red Cross has been the comfort and welfare of the American boys in service. The Red Cross as an organization has been growing with the growing needs of the soldiers, sailors and marines since the first transport started overseas. ' Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized arid Painted. Also Ellwood ROOFING and (American Fence- - Sfoel 1 1 Fence Posts Incorporated " . VIEW OF U. S. CAPITOL DURING PAINTING. The dome of the United States Capitol at Washington is kept in excelled condition by painting it every few years. For this work forty painters are steadily employed for three months' time. Over five thousand gallons of paint are required for one coat The reason for painting the Capitol dome at regular Intervals is to prevent disintegration of metallic surface. She Followed the Line We Sent Over the Rhine W',."i v t jrV75-5SJKf?.V- .Sssasas&jsmrfmm ",'SL, 'I'ii. r.WwJaKiW,WfcTr?'r ."i L " 'v r"3-. . end published in the Metropolitan Magazine, the audience in the court chamber viulated all precedent by breaking into applause and Mr. Ford, visibly em barrasstd, raised ins hand in protest. 'lnuune counsel nad endeavored to quote paragrapas iroin the,Keed article bu, hau been compelled, by objection of Ford attorneys, to introduce the interview in its entirety.. In the main it was nighly complimentary to .ur. Ford. "Make Farmer Independent." "What 1 want to do," Mr. Ford was. quoted as saying, hs to make the farm-e- r as independent as 1 am; independent of the banks, independent of the trusts, independent of the railroads." 'iho audience, many of them from the surrounding farms of this commu- nitj, showed visible evidence of its ap-- j preciation of that ideal. Twice Mr. Ford, wearying of the questions having to do withlns Knowl- edge of history, said "Oh, I'll admit that I m an ignorant idealist if you wish." j Under the Department of Military Relief of the Red Cross a plan was formed and is being carried out which brings every possible comfort and help to the fighting men jut of lines or in sick, convalescent, well, maimed or "whole!" Having taken them comfortably all the way over the Red Cross will continue to provide for their welfare until the last man steps off the gang plank of the last transport 'or leaves the doorway of the last hospital. Care of the returning soldier falls Into three branches: Miscellaneous Service for the Comfort and Welfare of Soldiers Home Service in the Camp and Recreation. It is difficult to say which of these is the most important, so greatly does each depend on DEHLEP BROS. C- O6 Eaat rtathet Streei' Between first and Brook iK4!KXXXXX4frX t Louisville, FCy, XXXXS V? W. T. PRICE 3O8C3S03OSGS- - vK the other, weaving an mantle of comfort and relief that Spreads over each and every soldier. SURETY BONDS FIBJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES p How the Red Cross Helps I "What is an idealist?" queried Tri-- I bunc counsel. The innate goodness of the man lighted up his kindly eyes with a new light, as he leaned forward and an-- ) swered slowly, "I think an idealist is one who tries to make people happy and prosperous. I think I do "that a little." Quiet, unassuming, courteous and patient, Henry Ford made a deep im-' pression on the audience. Not once j did he lose his temper under the heck- ) ling of opposing attorneys, even when their questions verged on the edge of insult. But when the examination touched on subjects which are close to bis heart, the League of Nations, war and the happiness and prosperity of Humanity, counsel found him eagerly alert. A League of Nations, or prepared. ness up to the hilt. That is the way he sees the situa-- j tion today. "We must either," he said, ) "accept the covenant of peace or democracy must arm and stand guard for-- ' ever at the threshold of liberty." figure in blue uniform and poke bonnet is back home to serve, The familiar "War Is Murder." after four years in khaki with the boys "Over There." Salvalion Army Isscics He hammered that fact home and Berved old fashioned American dough nuts in the front lin" r' with It he always added, "War is mur' der." r 'that the war is over they will be found again in the cli.'-- r. "I was a murderer," he said, "I was - ' ": our great cities, ready to give a helping hand to men, wc: a helper of murder. When the cri3ia are on the down grade. The Salvation Army Home S.r;'- Ocame-wall took a hand. But it is all . Kentucky, outside of Louisville and Jefferson county, -- .. - .". ,' the same. War is murder." one week. "What do you mean by murder." j "I mean "killing people." "Killing people" to protect the inter-- i ests of the people?" "Killing anybody or anything. I don't know what else war is. War is murder. There is a far better way." "What is tne better way?" "Why, to educate people. To teach them to think for themselves."" A long examination was conducted which sought to quiz Mr. Ford concern-- ' ing his views on history, based on a remark which he once made that "I wouldn't giva five cents for all the history ever written." "I don't think much more of it now than I did then," testified Mr. Ford. "The war showed us that history ' didn't last a week. All the things they us would happen didn't happen. j told They went ahead, knowing what war meant, and made the same mistakes all over again. The history we write f today is the thing that counts. I'm not interested in yesterday." The Flag of Nations. The much discussed flag of a League , of Nations, which it has been stated Mr. Ford was having made in his fac tory before the United States entered the war, was brought into court. Th6 testimony developed the fact that Mr Ford did not originate the design of the flag and had never seen the ban-ner itself. He saw a small drawing of It once in St. Paul's Cathedral, De- i troit, he said, but had never heard of ' it again and knew nothing about it. He denied emphatically that he ever j THE QUINCY MANS.C, QUINCY. MASS., BUILT IN 1685. said he would raise this, flag above America's classic example of a clapboard building preserved for over the Stars and Stripes, and said Ihe two hundred years by careful and frequent painting. It has secret panels, j statement that he reverenced this ban-- I ner above the flag of his . country-wachimney staircase and hiding places, said" to have been used by smugglers. statesmen and of the famous, belle, Dorothy Qulncy. "A terrible thing to say about aa AmLater the home of treat erican."' j i I " I ( ( I tr'-ic'ic- r. -v -j - e op-..-.- i I I I I , The soldier is not discouraged, but he can't help thinking, as he lies COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. there in the base hospital, with his stump of an arm or his tw'isted knee, $ and waits for the transport that will BMrJCT3 take him home. When the day comes at last, he is carried aboard on a stretcher. Beside him are a pair of new pajamas, a Rp,l Cross comfort kit and plenty of "smokes." Aboard there is a Red Cross man with his hands always tilled with "extras." On the way to the debarkation hospital, there is the iane old Red Cross smile and the suc-cLOY. & LOWE'. .sion of sandwiches, pies and coffee. At night, while the train speeds AiSanitary Shop, where both SatisfactioD(and towards the army hospital near his Gratification are Guaranteed. Dwn town, there are the canteen women at the stopping places. & Give us a Trial and be Convinced. When the soldier reaches the convalescent stage, there, is the Red v feaCross house with its home-lik5K5K5K5K$K3K5K5K5K5K5K5Ki5K5K5K5KS!i- tures, easy chairs, rugs, music, games, books, newspapers and magazines the fireplace, the sun parlor or the porch, according to the season. On fine days there is the Motor Corps that takes the soldiers for delightful country spins. It is by these many . small attentions, that mean so much, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. that the Red Cross endeavors to make "getting well" easy. A sick or woundc. Capital,. Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One ed soldier does not get well soon if l- i- r.nd Trustee-- . ando-a- i Lis mind is not happily attuned and Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agents Committee his personal troubles at rest. County in thelState. as such in any Sick, convalescent or well, a soldier Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits.. may have recourse to Home Service, A. G. STITH. Sst. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. JOHN ST1TES. President. one phase of Red Cross work. Anxiety over home affairs uncertainty over the safety and welfare of loved ones have done more to weaken the morale of the men than most grievous wounds I &. received in battle, or even the endurtm ance of short rations, or trying days 1 keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robe3 and nights under Are. Red Cross Home Service endeavors to bridge the I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. gap between the soldier and his home, We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. and to act as the Intervening agent to Office Phone, 163. Residence Phone, 29. whom all petitions may be trusted and all cares consigned. Five hundred Columbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, Red Cross Home Service representatives are working in the camps of this country and in the army hospitals, with their 50,000 patients. Among the latest innovations are Wi ' arw the banking agencies, established in PC twenty-tw- o demobilization camps, un- m IT der the authority of some nearby clearing-housor bank, enabling a dis- m charged soldier to deposit part of his m discharge money for transmission to m Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and wa Tffi? any bank he may designate, in exchange for a receipt. m will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass,. bronze At Camp Taylor alone, $152,215 was m ' copper, and all other kinds of metal. deposited in this way within the space &e& &&$&4 Columbia Barber Shop e e The Louisville Trust fH, MUHor-Dijli3.- UNDERTAKER. -- niiiiiniiinninHiitirinininnnnnnnnninininuiifii e OxyAcetylene Yielding WJ of eleven days. , . J I i The breadth and scope of the Red Cross peace program, as it concerns m j the returning soldier, is readily m appreciated. He cannot feel neglected or forlorn as long as the Red Cross is m Wejarelprepared to do all kinds of machine- - work,, net with him, and surely no possible com- in matter how large or small. fort, no possible need has been overlooked. The three great arms work m together amicably, smoothly, jointly, m 1J3T each performing the tasks that fall m within its immediate field, yet extending its activity to ddvetail happily m with the other branches. We'are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor In the field, in the camp, in the m home, the Red Cross is omnipresent ffifi workfand guarantee satisfaction on alii work. ' wherever the soldier goes or wherever 11W his interests He. It knows no armis- - !!! Tflp tice ,In Its fight against sickness, m : worry, despair or trouble. w pT AH Grades of Machine Work ' j.. pr w AutoRand Tractor Repairing m rrr n - s Editor's Note: 'This Is the first of a series of six articles Issued from the Lake Division headquarters of the American Red Cross giving official details of the peace time extension of Red Cross work In accordance with the Ideal of service to humanity which Is the basis of all Red Cross activity. m m m m HI Kearns & BurKhoIder Wachine Shop--- gV . Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. CAMPBELLSVILLE, , KENTUCKY! Inmniminfflfflwwmmm m mmmmwmmmm 4- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pitzer Black, son of 'iflaij., Coaivty Nerfs Jas. D. Black, who is a Governor RepubliWednesdays. Published On can, but naturally taking an ac tive interest in his father's can ftt Golan6i& Keivtacky. vass states, through the press, J.E.MURRELL, Editor. that he will support Judge Car- s and hold a" Captaincy in America without going abroador near the danger line, should be grateful to Uncle Sam for the fine experience and training he received without t, danger to himself. Col. who went to the front Mgr. roll at the November election 1ARS. DAISY HAMLBTT. and fought in France, when he should he defeat his father for forSGovernor, never menThis statement offered .Democratic netrfpaper devoted to the Interest the nomination. by letter or in X.theCIty of Colombia aad tit popl of Adair was called forth by a report tioned the fact, in Waists, Fancy Dress B speeches. He reflected in hs aad adJolDJcjccounUei. gaining circulation that he would his spirit of the Q support the Republican candi- attitude the true Columba' as second soldier, who would not Entered at the American hJlllliJ date. Pitzer is busily engaged 6 lass mail matter. drag their sacred service through in organizing for his father, and r the mire of politics for political he would be a very ungrateful WED. JULY 30, 1919. son were he to fail to do other- preferment. Judge Hardin, I am sure, will stand by the soldier wise. boy when he gets to Congress, Subscription Price 1st and 2nd rcstal Zcne All that Mr. Noel, of Harrods-bur- as he did before and that, too, HJSDperycr. $. one of the Democratic can- without boasting." New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. All Zones beyond Snd;.00 perjrcar All Subscription due acd Parable in Advance will get out Private Roscoe Gaither. didates for Governor m Feather-Tre- d of this contest, is, the satisfacShoes. PROHIBITION AMENDMENT people DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tion of knowing that the have been made acquainted with his photograph. Also the voters Editor News: For Congress. FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS As there seems to be some of the State have been informed ,.C. A. HARDIN, "of MercerJCounty. of a fine collection of fire arms, misunderstanding about the mat t ". ter, I offer the following stateHeavy owned by him. FOR STATB SENATOR. ment as to the proposed prohibi4 a 33th Senatorial District W. H. Shanks, of Stanford, is tion amendment to, the State con' J. B. GARNETT the administration candidate for stitution. It seems to be doubt' of Adair County. Lieutenant Governor. He is a ed whether any vote will be ta PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. man of ability, a learned parlia- ken at the next election in this This is our last issue' before mentarian, the very man every state. Phone No. 12. SDecial election in the race the Democrat in Adair county should It is true that the eightee nth Judge C. support, by their, votes, next amendment (known as for Congress between the ProA. Hardin and King Swope. We Saturday. hibition Amendment) to the Con want to urge upon the Democratstitution of the United States Ominous Black clouds are exic voters di Adair county the has been ratified by a sufficient of becoming active in pected to appear aH over Adair number of States to make it part Judge Hardin's interest, insist- county nextJSaturday. It is said of the Federal Constitution. It ing upon every man who believes that birds that are "Carrolling" was ratified by the Kentucky in Democratic principles voting. in the wind, had better take to Legislature by Joint Resolution It is true that the Eighth Con- there nests, as their will be mis No. 2 at the 1919 session. This gressional district is Democratic, chief in the clouds. Federal amendment provides as but apathy upon the part of Next Door to The Adart County New Offcs The indications point to a great follows: Judge Hardin's friends might "After one year from the ratificamany Black men asserting themreduce the majority. We want tion of this article, the manufacture, selves in Adair county next Sat sale or transportation of intoxicating -to see a full vote polled for the urday. Many believe that there liquors within, the importation there- 4'6"Q"6M0MQ"QM6M6"6"66lfr effect it will have in the coming will be n uprising. of into, or the exportation thereof November election. Our Demofrom the United States and all terri cratic Representatives in Con-- , Vote for Judge'.C. A. Hardin tory subject to the jurisdiction there- be that national prohibition will would not have had a republic. part in the rormation of the out all right. The chances If they had had their way the league. There may be better gress have their eyes on Ken- for Congress. of for beverage purposes is hereby work are that it will. But certain republic would never have been plans, but why tucky and especially the Eighth prohibited. haven't they complications in the enforcement enlarged. "Section 2. The Congress and the district. They need Judge Har RETURNED produced?" been prohibition are cerseveral states shall have concurrent of national "I am not a reactionary. lam Three incontestible reasons for bin, in Washington. They know power to enforce this article by ap tain to arise. For instance, two a Democrat in its most prozres-siv- e ability, and at this time only Vf&rds in the Federal amendment Jiis the leagues, continued the SenSOLDIER. propriate legislation." sense. We ought to im- ator, are the cost of war, its sacmay give rise to much difficulty: men who are in perfect accord By January 16, 1919, s the words "concurrent power" prove upon those who have gone rifice of human life and "the utwith the policies of President of the states had ratified in Section 2 (see above.) Some before us. We have had better ter folly of creating nations in Wilson are needed in the halls Backs Judge '.Charles A. Hardin this amendment and the Secre- of the difficulties that may arise advantages than they had. They of Congress. And Calls on AUPatriots to tary of State at Washington is- in enforcing national prohibition blazed the path. Every dictate Europe without giving them the guaranty of life." He said he Stand by'Jlim. sued his proclamation stating in the state can be obviated by If the Democrats of Adair of conscience, every dictate of did not agree that Article 10 imthat the amendment had been having state prohibition, which humanity, every dictate of an county will turn out solidly for posed only a moral obligation to the state can enforce by its own Judge Hardin, he would take it Private Roscoe Gaither, of ratified and would take effect every go to war to preserve the integenlightened methods and according to its as a special compliment, as his Harrobsburg,3 passed through one year from that date,that is, peace, re- rity of members, but that it own laws. If the people of this dictate of a desire for Danville yesterday. He is just on January 16, 1920. father and uncles were born and quires the establishment of this rightly imposed a legal obligaI think there is practically no State want the fullest authority from France, where he has been reared in Columbia. His grandgreat world pact. tion to do so. for more than a year in actual doubt that this amendment will to enforce prohibition in their father, Parker C. Hardin, came ''Reactionary Republicans and during which time he take effect at the time stated. own way they should certainly to. this town when he was about service, adopt the prohibition amend- reactionary Democrats who are twenty-o- n years old, opened a participated in tha fightnig at However, there has been a quesopposing this league, don't let M e nd were tion raised as to the legal; ty of ment to the State Constitution. and it was here that Voges, your hatred tof any one man warp Lilburn Phelps. he lived aDd reared his children, in support of Verdun at the the ratification in a number of and set aside your judgment, j dying when he was about seven- time the armistice was signed. States. LED BY REACTIONARY. Whatever may be said of Mr Now, as to state-widprohibity years old. Judge Hardin He wants it to be- known he is done great' Washington, July 23 (Associ- Wilson, for Judge Charles A. Hardin for tion. The 1918 session of the takes a great interest in Adair ated Press.) The League of things for America. Under his county people. He rejoices in Congress, and asked that the Ad- Legislature proposed to the peoa ple of this State the following Nations was supported in the administration we have become their prosperity, and should ca- vocate so state He says that any ' Senate today by "Senator McECel-la- r, world Power faster than in lamity come he would be espec- Judge Hardin with untiring amendment to the State, ConstiDemocrat, Tennessee, as one other like period in our history. ially grieved. For the first time loyalty stood by the boys at the tution. speech-makin"After June 30, 1920, the manufac- of the greatest forward steplTin All of his work h3 been done soliciting in hii life he is asking the Dem- front in ture, sale or transportation of sqiritu-ou- the Nation's history. Most of for America. Let not America, CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROjg ocrats of his father's native and givmg," He also stated great peace vinous, malt or other intoxicatwho ha3 given il Democratic C&ndMats Fr county to give him their united that he was against King Swope ing liquors, except for sacramental, the opposition, he asserted, came covenant to the worid. be the onas he believed a man who was medicinal, scientific or mechanical from "reactionaries" of the GOVERNOR support and we believe that they ly one to repudiate it." subject to draft and volunteered purposes, ia the Commonwealth of same school as tkgsa who opposHo Oin Win in Nc'crmVr. will do it Advertisement in the officers training camp, Kentucky is hereby prohibited." ed tht Federal Constitution and The speaker quoted Senator Lodge's speech in fhe Senate This amendment is to become thos who later handicapped the There is a strong sentiment and who never saw overseas last December, and declared the Admlnislrator's Nci'cr. growing to organize a Turnpike service, and would advertise part of the State Constitution growth and development of the peace terms laid down there had urge by letters when ratified by the voters of country. himself and Co., to build a toll Road from ''There have always been re been substantially embodied in Notice is hereby jrlven to ajl persons to the Russell Springs. which we literally quote: "I Kentucky. The election on this the treaty. Senator Knox, he having c'aims against the Estate of The people of Columbia are vi- believe that all mea who were question is to be held in Novem- actionaries in our country," said, n Nonie J. McCaffree, deceased, to file in the service should stand to- ber, 1919. It could not be held the Tennessee Senator, "and said, had desired to go even tally interested in the project than the league covenant in same with ma at the OQice of the and it is hoped they will get be- gether regardless of politics, last year, for the reason that there have always been prohis resolution declaring the "County Attorne,in Columbia, Ky., hind the plan and help put it and I am making my appeal to such an amendment can be vot- gressives. There have always properly proven, on Saturday, August forward-lookin- g men anp United States would through. An organization should all of them," is a reflection up- ed on only at an election at been t h, 1919, and all parties indebted to backward-lookin- g men. There to remove any future menace to tha estate of the above named de perfected at once so as to on th patriosim and motives of which members of the Legislabe have always Eeen men who European peace. the boldiers who were fired by ture are chosen. cedent will mease call and settle said hasten the construction. It would take too much space looked to precedents and to the "The real criticism of the debts. This July, loth, 1919. aims of the war only to serlofty , R. A. Waggener, Senator Beckham made a great vice for their country and man- to state the reasons why I think past and menwho looked to" the league in the minds of its oppoof the opinion that it is important that the people iuture. If the reactionaries had nents in the Senate," continued ipeechin the Upper House of kind. I am Isliotthis delightful weather for one who was so. fortunate as to should ratify this amendment to had their way in the beginning Mr. McKellar, "is that' Wood- the National Xloagress, in road working? of the League of Nations. get into the officers training camp r the state constitution; It may of our Government, we probably row Wilson took a commanding Den-hard- STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE Capes Plain ttltfe . Latest and Post-offic- e V - FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY g, 4 4 Masterbilt and Iron Bedsteads, Enamel. ne-cess- ity Albin Mu rray Columbia, Kentucky O 6"Q'6"Q"G6"0"6 4& 4 three-fourth- self-interes- t, I Meuse-Argonn- ISIS law-offic- e, i i i t e I g, j s, Co-lum- bia far-tha- te -- -- -- de-ien- se ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & Lindsey-Wilso- n Trainini School, KENTUCKY. SHANKS WILL SHOWS NOT WHITE IN FEATHER. DEBATE. HiS Op- MEET OLDHAM COLUMBIA, "Bitter Disappointment to Me," Saya ponent. &AiVL?9 i 1 e&Ss & M.WI -- A &ect fro&; Institution owned and operated by the Louisville Annual Conference of the Methodist Eplicopal Church South, offers courses in High School, Normal, Business, Music, and the Grades. Excellent equipment, strong corps of teachers. Rates $162 per year. Fall term begins Sept. 2nd. Catalogue upon request. "How Can He Meet the Republicans?" the Republicans would be able to attack me; that both candidates for Governor would slate against me, and many other underhand insinuations, and I was eager for an opportunity to have their champion to make these charges to my face and answer mine to him, I would not make any in any other manner than direct. After these rumors were proven false and malicious they were printed in newspapers as PAID ADVERTISING, and I would have explained that. I sincerely regret that he has dodged the issue, and can not see how he could be expected to meet his Republican opponent should he be the nominee and be challenged There is no reason that can be given why bsmmmmZZ Wfflswtfc R. V. BENNET, Principal. We Offer DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY (Pittsburgh) First Mortgage Collateral Trust 6$ Bonds Due July 1, 1949 Price 100 and Interest Yielding 6 210 S. FIFTH STREET James C. Wiilsoxi & Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. m JEWELRY I am careful in selecting my Stock of JEWALRY, because I know the people want the best. I have just received a new line of the Latest Kinds of Jewelry, Consisting of Ladies Gold Bracelet Styles in all Watches, Lavallieres, Vanity Card Cases in Plainer Engraved Silver. The Latest Styles in Men's Belts, and Silver Belt Buckles. strength in November and add strength to the ticket, and he knows it. I will welcome the opportunity at any time to meet Ed Morrow or ple. I might have asked him about that any Republican on earth on the stump disgraceful record of his as a member in debate any where in Kentucky." of the Kentucky Legislature. His The Daily Democrat. Political Adfriends have circulated rumors that vertisement. As was expected here the challenge of R. C. Oldham, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor, to W. H. Shanks, his opponent, to meet him in joint debate at Owenton, was not accepted. published in The Interior-Journapaper that groomed Stanford, and the Shanks for the race, .had said that he would certainly be there. The local Courier rightly predicted in last week's issue with the statement that "Col. Oldham is a good speaker, and we doubt that Shanks will be willing to cross oratorical lances with him " Oldham said in an interview this morning: "It is a bitter disappointment to me. Since he announced his friends have told many malicious stories about me that J wanted explain-ed- . 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Jl I3- - W . r Fi?Sf TT SrA-HidaBBa- T. iS SfMZr iij- X I will not poll the entire party loi.s, j ouisvillo K..vt-Represented in TayIor,Grccn and Adair Counties by R. C. Border Campbellsville, Ky. ix. -- J. msmeister .. rsi- fTTT A - T sLf-jitit- r X. -& Wi wi c f "'t'.Y KY I have also received a New Line of Ladies' Vanity and Envelope Leather Bags. Before Buying Do Not Fail to Inspect Them. L. E. Columbia, YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky. -- - to serve you in the future to the very best of our We extend to everybody ability. Russell & Co. a cordial invitation to visit our store and look over Personals ournew stocks of merchan-dis- e, which we are receiv- Gordon English is home, from at ing daily. Every dollars Louisville. worth of goods we have is Miss Corrine Breeding has returned new,up to date goods, not from Lincoln county. Master John penny's worth of old shelf sick for several Ingram has been quite days. room stock in our house. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Dillon, Breeding, We will strive in the fu- were here last Thursday. ture as we have in the Mrs. W. B. Hansford left for her past to offer to our cus- home in Ohio, last Monday. Mr. T. B. Curry and Roy McKinney, tomers the very newest of Picnic were here Saturday. and bestmerchandisethat Mr Jacob Myers left for his home in can be bought for the Oaron. Ohio., Thursday night. INYITATION. Mr. Jess Stepheson, of Rowena, was salesman, out of Louisville, called to see the Columbia merchants Thurs- here a few of last week. day. Mr. J. L. Graham and Shelby Brake, Mr. Sinclair Rice, son of Chas. L. Burkesville, were here a few days Rice, deceased, arrived a short yme since. before his father died. He resides in Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Cheatham, of Texas. Milltown, visited at Petersburg, Boone Mr. Asa Baker and wife, Mr. Finis county, last week. Baker and wife and Mrs. R. T. Baker, Mr. R. L. Borders, Campbellsville, all of Amandaville, attended the was here a few days ago. Chautauqua last Thursday - Mrs. Frances Dunbar, Miss Bessie Mr. Ezra Moore, wife and children, and Miss Laura Moore, of Jamestown, W. J. Chumbley, Dunbar, L. H. Blankenship, all of Jamestown, were here a few days since. , Our lines now on saleare principally for early Fall use. We especially call your attention, now to our shoe department, in which we are showing everything new in Fall styles of footwear, Nice assortment Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Dresses and Muslin underwear. price. II. Wilson and wife, came over during the week. Miss Dollie Brjant, of JeffersonviUe Mr W. Camp-bellsvill- e, Ind , is visiting Miss Mary Winfrey. Lou F. Miller, who has been sick fortwo weeks, is now able to be up Mrs Mr. X. B. and Mr. C. W. "Fatkpn burR: Jamest0WUi were here last Pt . ; day iSaCaihe McFarland. of Rowena, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Good-man- . ! Mill's Funiishino,S &'""" iison Bros. Miss Annie Kiunaird. of Red Link visited iier slster, Mis. .lames Menziee last week. Shirts in ' newest effects in Silks, madras and Percales. Neckties, soft and laundered collars, etc. Stapfe Dry Goods are hi$h but we have them bought before recent ad Vances, and Can save you money. We advisejou to bjy your Fail goods as early as possible. You can R Cabe1 an, aaUKhtei. Helsn, ind sons, Sam aud Hew-weMr. Jm Mfa8 re ' here s?veral Mrs. Jo Sandusky, and two chiuiieu of Bradforasviiifc, attended the Chau- tauqua last week. Mr. J. A English has returned from CAUtirftl riifTsrririfr ,.ur rtnf-- .. l..,.i looking for a farm. Mrs. re ,UKa l . . Johu LuLtrell? c D - Luttre and A. G. Luttrell, of Font Hill, were iD Co,umbia Sa Thursday- ' , M's;0'Re.r and MIB.L D HWi Chattanooga, are visiting A.. their ; rest assured that we will! take care of your wants in our lines. It will not be necessary for you to go elsewhere to buy goods or mother, Mrs. Waiter Eirod. Mr. Frank Curtis, of Burkesvslle, Mr. Jim lryiu, of Bakerton, ware in Columbia Saturday night aud Sunday. patronize the catalogue houses. , "LaFayette, wetre here" Strange and wife, of Picnic, this county, are spending ten days with friends in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr Charles Tresenriter, of Greens-buris spending a week or two with relatives in Columbia. Mr. D, T. Curd, wholesale dry goods Mr. W. L. g, -- of the National JRepublican. Ce2S mittee, who says that Wocdssf- (1) From Columbia to the Hoha-da- y Wilson is a liar, that the Lssse place, including a phone at the of Nations is an American &? Holladay place, about four miles. "" grace, and that the con!o-- e(2) From the Holladay place to Versailles is an abcrtic. :tt.r-thiAzro Hadley, who went across, has Montpelier, including two phones and Mr. Bruce Montgomery foul mouthed head returned" a switch. About six miles. been discharged and is at home. from Louisuille Sunday night, accomparty in the Nation is writing. e (3) From Montpeiier to Libisrt Mr. T. W. Spindle, of Louisville, panied by his uncle, Dr. U7 MontEighth Kentucky Dis:nrr Church, about two miles, line acd gomery. He left Mrs Montgomery in who spent several weeks with his poles only. Republicans, urging them tovw- Louisville, reporting that she is doing friend, Mr. R. W. Shirley, of Milltown (4) Short line at Montpelier, from for young Swope and assiiv- has returned home. nicely. store to J. V. Dudley's, including Judge Hardin in the sp2d&lN Mrs. C. C. Breeding and two Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, of Vaug'han, the line and poles. From the store to G. election for congress next Louise, of little Rock, New Mexico, is visiting her mother, Ark , visited here last week. Mrs. Mrs. Caroline Jeffries, her sister, bro- - A. Bradshaw's, including all line aud He tells tbem to at less the poles from the C & J. road to G. Breejing is the wife of Crockett' thers and other relatives A. Bradshaws, and thsfline only "from reduce the democratic majesty Breeding, and removed irom Columbia Mr. Bryrn English, of Michigan, is v the srore to W. S. Antle's, including in the 8th dineE, so that to Little Rock. visiting his parents, his city. will be encouraged t " two phones Hon Liburn Phelps, of Jamestown, Mr. Ray Flowers, who has bceu - Then the line will be mfered as a win in this State this fall and ' was here last Wednesday. in a large retail house, Louiswhole and which 'way(brhgs the most the Nation next year. Mr. W. C. Yates and wife, of Peters- ville, returned home last Wednesday will be the sare. Term:, cash' or bankEdwin P Morrow,who burg, Boone county, were visiting re night He will probably not return to able notes. These hues will be etber &3 much an enemy of Wcormm-jilsolatives here last week. the city until the first of September sold or taken out and discontinued, and the League dt' Mr. Edwin Cravens, who was (juito Mr. Ralph Hurt, son of Jubge and. so parties on th 'finest hat are interNatious, anil just as mufck sick several dyjs of last week, is im Mrs Roilin Hurt, who was iu the her- - ested had better get.bosy. backer of Penrose, Lodge proving. vice for over two eari, spending most Any further "Informatics haired is writing urging &esa ilissSallfe E. Murphey, of Liberty, of that time in France, has received call on L. C Winfrey,' Colurabu, Ky. to do the same thing, "so 91m .s visiting her aunt, Mrs R. F. Rcwe. his discharge, returning home last t Luther Williams. make certain" ha says,, "oar Mr J. A Diddp, Adairville, Logan Wednesday bight He is looking line, x victory in November." Doeea't count, visited in Columbia and out and was 8lven a hearty welcome. But Tna suit of Neeca Goweu wa not it require supreme gall to ask -a ' few discharged soldiers can tell the against the Greerisburg Loose Leaf in the county last week. good citizen to vote for aa? sert House, but against men who made Mr Henry N Miller is improving story of ths war more entertainingly a Republican over any kind the loose leaf house their head ot and will be at his place of business in bhan EalPnDemocrat for sut:h reasons, swfc ho handled tobbaco, Mr. Tyler Y. Chandler, of HillsboroJ quarters, and a few days fui Congress, this year? Isa't Texas, who visited hert six weeks, left The Greensburg Loose Leaf House Mrs. JoN Conoverand Mr. and Mrs to the intelliwas not known iu the suit, uor did it it almost an insult Cecil Uamsej; r.lrs W. fi. Golf and for his home last Wednesday morning gence ot even a Kentucky. j& have any thing to do with it. children, Ray, Russell and Jesse, and Hevas accompanied by his daughter. qublican? Worms interfere with the growth Miss Dorothy Baker, all of Monticello, Miss Anna Mildred, who spenc about You "don't have to beagssse a year with her aunt, Mrs. Roilin ofchildren. The b ecome attended the Chautauqua last week. thin, pale democrat; you have to be only Hurt. During her stay in Columbia John Ballou, whose parents live at and sickly. Get rid of these parasites halfway good citizeii, and if jds she became acquainted with all the are, you will hurry to your ? Ilownna, is a returned soldier, and at by her pleasing dis- at once, if you would have healthy residents, and gular voting place Saturday, present he is lying dangerously ill at position, made the whole- town her children, .happy, cheerful children August 2nd, and help roll up,safi his home in Kansas, victim of typhoid friend. She and her father, who was WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE a majority for Judge Hardfeas fever. His parents are now with him a'so reared here, have. the beat wishes destroys worms and. benefits the will put the Eighth KeaiocSsF and also a trained nurse, ,and everycisizenship. intelligence . assv system. Districts thing possible 1b being done to bring of this entire Miss Katherine Murrell, who spent Sold by Paull Drug.Co. about his recovery. A Kansas paper Adv. patriotism in the proper., liprijbe- , six weeks with' Mrs. fore the rest.of4h wodE?Snei says he got the fever by drinking Yot the. Democratic ticket. Frederick, Okla; returned Home last by Record ' 0 fiom an infected well. ; n, -- Mr Lincoln Denten, Somerset, made a business trip to Columbia last week, Mr. Eollin Cundiff, who went to is France, has been discharged and is Mr. Dag J. Curry, Harrodsburg, was now at home. He is looking the in this place last Thursday. picture of health, and all Columbia Messrs. F. P. Mitchell, Lexington, and R D. Leaf, Louisville, oil men, was glad to see him. were in the county last week. Thomas Menzies who has been Mr. Geo M. Renfro, Louisville, and spending some time with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Kinnaird O O. Anderson, Mouticello, were in of Red Lick, came home last week to Columbia a few days ago. Mrs. W.H. ones, Bowling Green, attend the Chautauqua. who is doing school wofk, visited Miss Myrtie Morgan, R. H. Parrish, Selden .Baker, Mrs. G. W. Brockman Columbia last week. W. O. Lawrence, ol Rowena, who Geo. Brockman, Jr., Haskins Brock-mawas in the Navy, reached his home Mrs. Sallie Cheatham, were one day last week. among the Amandaville visitors. -- visited at the home of Mr. J. F. Montgomery the latter part of last week Wednesday night. On her return she stopped in Oklahoma City for a short visit with the Misses Gilmer. She also spent a day with Mrs. C. M. Bar-netSt Louis, and several days with Miss Jennie McFarland. Indianapolis. She is very much elated over her visit. Mrs. Artelia Durretr, of Louisville, daughter of Dr. Ulysses Montgomery, Is visiting her relatives in Columbia Mr. Graham Kemp and"wife and children, of Chillicothe, Texas., Mr. Henry Harmon and wife, Lebanon, and Mr. W. H. Black and wife, o Bradfordsville, were in Columbia last week to see Mr. G. A. Kemp, who is an uHcle of the above named. Mr. Graham Kemp, Mrs. Harmon and Mrs Black are son and daughters of the late Tom Kemp. Graham wasborn in Columbia, his two sisters at Grady ville. t, Gov. lamest . Imkt i A Trotz for B'acfcr in August is a vote: forD mocraticsuo-ccs- s in November-HE'S A liocal Newa For Sale. The Columbia and Jamestown Tele phone line will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction on 4th day of Auij., 1919, at Columbia, Ky. The line wll be first sold in secrions, as follows. SORE WINNER' ! GET IN LINE. Do vou know and do you realize that W. Hr Hays, ChairxESE s -- i.-- r t&-th- -- -- daugh-ters,Mabel-a- Sat--urda- y? theJfe-publican- s J cm-ploi- ed i 4 n writ-Sherma- I -- I 39-2- t I t - la - Porter,A.-Strange- f r AbIbKbb -- 0 ADAIR COUNTY NEWSDO - BUY YOUR SUPPLY OF bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHHSbT bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI 4 czufX MIHHHHMHMM IMMM TWO There are no better or more efficient Powder distributors than these Ave guni$10.50 Champion Paris Green Gun Champion Paris Green Gun No. 2. 14.50 iu.uu Little Giant Duster Feeny Arsenate or Lead Gun.... ib.uu 2.50 Marvel Feeny Little Qno 0f these will certainly suit your HHHHiHHHi pocket book. They will .flt all the work - Paris Green Arsenate of Lead and Insecticide Distributors Now! Dry NOT T w n 3 Ply $2.75 Wv& IE EE The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E Rabbi Leon Harrison, Noted Temple jA line two I Nt i .V nuuujr 123rm ICJUI l" Hb. , B K Mn77lrQW STRAP tOZZLES. KOtOOr .HH (LHl XMta!: 'mm ntcxxstur C for your rCT- - r accentance: A aVi.i.. oroniDt Kv.n.uc, '" Pure Pari gmv.ii .......... . Graiin Strletlv 2 to 5 lb. package, per lb..... 48s 4b,bkl rure riii9 urcui '" nucKexSf per id. ho 4Qa 1 lh oaelcan. aeh PowrifrM Aripniti nf Larf B to 10 Ih. nackaaes. ner Ih 25a I Israel Pastor, Pleads for More Service. Rabbi Leon Harrison, noted pastor of Temple Israel, St. Louis, who has delivered ringing addresses throughout the nation in all war activities, has driven home his first nail in the platform of the Victory Liberty Loan. "There are some who fear that the, in this new public may be Victory Loan drive, because they think that the war is over. "But the war is not really over until the treaty of peace is signed. It Is not over until every man in the American Expeditionary Forces has been brought back to his natiye soil and to his home. It is not over until every sailor that enlisted for the war in the United States Navy shall have been demobilized. "But in the meantime we must support these millions cf sailors and soldiers. We must pay them, and shelter them, and feed them. And we have to pay, our bills incidental to the great war, whose battles are now ended, but not its financial consequences. "Your taxes are not enough, however heavy they may be. The revenue, of the Government is far from being sufficient. The American Government is obliged to borrow money to pay its running expenses, because these are still war expenses. We must still support our army and our navy. We must pay the bills for what our Government has ordered during the past year for the victorious conclusion of the great war." The buying of your Government's obligations, Dr. Harrison says, is not only a fine investment, but a splendid act of patriotism and devotion to the freest gbvernment on earth. Gov-emmen- t's RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 2 I Ply $2.25 Jl FLOROID 2 PW $3.10 Ply $2.50 " Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Write for free circular giving Pull descriptions of Guns and their uses. Poisons cannot be mailed. Express charges are exceptionally reasonable and quick. LOUISVILLE luke-war- m Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY, Seedsmen (Incorporated) KENTUCKY Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. furniture, Wj, Carpets, and Druggets. (J V yMfR ivl?!IS- MYERS-BARQh- k i Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables. Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line L - COMPANY WHOLESALE AND - A (2 v . f , fc- WUMBIAlfefi FLOUR IS ' RETAIL MILLERS THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years in the milljbusiness enables us to make the very rnt 1. TAFF OF LIFE BEST and wheat in t Sewing Machines, Clockb, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OFf EACH MONTH. Game Is Not Over Pessimistic talk about the floating Hasn't the world always had its pessimists? In the hour of supreme crisis, when the final stroke for victory is to be made, is the time the slacker and pessimist gives up the "game." A baseball enthusiast was approached by one of the world's afdoubting flicted: a Thomas who could not possibly see America going into her pockets and "putting up" for a few billions for another loan. "It cannot be done," he dolefully concluded. "It can be done," the other man snapped, his eyes speaking for him the language of the true sporting spirit that may die, but is game to the last ditch. "You haven't said a word about 'Victory' Loan, but you have been talking about a defeated loan. Do you know how Billy Sunday would answer your argument? And you bet your sweet life Billy is right there with good old American punch too. Here is what he says about it: " 'Why, you little simp of perdition, you are quitting the game with two out and two strikes on and the "batter up." Put over that last ball and put him out! Give the "Hun" that last wallop that gets "the count"!'" Is Billy right? All the world may not always agree with Billy at all times, but all the good old United States knows that he talks good sound horse sense when he puts the baseball punch into the "game" we are playing. The boysplayed a life and death game on the other side. Are we going to quit the game over here at this critical time? of the Victory Liberty Loan? BLUEBIRP Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night PUREST. We don't use anything but the best making our Flour. of We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We give our special attention to exchange and custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. J' NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, We Solid Your Paronage. V ? Kentucky. KENTUCKY. Officers of Special Election. 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 appointed to hold the last Regular November Election: West Columbia T. E. Stults, Judge; J. A. Willis, Judge; T. C. Davidson, Clerk; H. T. Walker, Sheriff. East Columbia. Tilden Wilcoxsin, Judge: Jas. R. Wilson, Judge; J. B. iCoffey. Clerk; Frank Judd, Sheriff. Milltown C. C. Hindman, Judge; James Shirley, Judge; Charlie Tarter, Clerk: Joe E. Johnson, Sheriff. Keltner George Rodgers, Judge; W. P. Price, Judgef J. W. Vire, Clerk; Claud Keltner, Sheriff. Gradyvllle. W. S. Baker, Judge; JD. C. Wheeler, Judge; Hayden Keltner, Clerk; Rufus Pulliam, Sheriff. Elroy. J. W. Reece, Judge; Dallas JFJrkin, Judge; Fred Simpson, Clerk; M, C. Gabbert, Sheriff. Harmony. Albert Turner, Judge; J. W. Burbridge, Judge; Finis Har vey, Clerk; T. B. McClister, Sheriff. Glensfork. G. A. Petty, Judge; W. F. Sanders, Judge; Jo Miller, Clerk; Arlo Rippetoe, Sheriff. es Dr OFFICE I&l. Elam Harris DTB.TIST. Residencell33.K Second Floor , The Salvation Army Home Service Fund campaign for Kentucky will be conducted during the week of June Its success will enable the Salvation Army to practically double its efforts among the poor. 23-3- OFFICE: Cor. Main andlDepot St OAJIPBELLSVILLE, ICY. Localawil Gju'i x im i :, i .. , . of poverty in the United States. Remember the Salvation Army Home Service Fund campaign for Kentucky June 23-3- 0. the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there DENTIST is no danger of infection and the in Co, j wound begins to heal at once. For The Salvation Army returns from Am permanently located use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the trenches of France to take up lumbia. ANTISEPTIC and the IDEAL century old battle in the trendies All HENRY W. DEPP, SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, Classes of Dental work done. Crow d&e and Inlay work a Specialty ,1 HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Notice of Election. All Work Guaranteed Melvin Cave, Judge; S H. Fisher, Judge; L. W. Dudgeon, Clerk; June Hancock, Sheriff. Cane Valley. I LLOYD GEORGE I Office: nextfdoor to post office. PRAISES "ARMY"- Evangeline Booth, Commander of the Salvation Army in the United States, received the following letter from David Lloyd George : ' Egypt. W. A Humphress, Judge: G. C. Russell, Judge; R. A. Cooley, Clerk; G. D. Bryynt, Sheriff. South Columbia. S. Ray Conover, Judge; Ernest Flowers, Judge; E. E. Strange, Clerk; J. L. Johnson. Sheriff. S. C. Neat, C. A. C. C. WATCH BOND BROKER THE Spending Money to Get U. S. Securities and There's, a Reason. There is a lot of money being spent every day in advertising with the object of separating plain Mr. American from his Liberty Bonds either by offers to buy them outright or trading in wildcat stock for them. Many plain Mr. Americans are rushing in where wise men fear to tread and are "falling" for the advertisements without thought of why the other fellow wants the bonds. Advertising, especially the kind Liberty Bond brokers are using, costs a lot of money. Where does the buyer get off? Well, be ure he is getting off else he wouldn't advertise. He isn't in business for his health. He is after the money. It's a cinch you are helping him to a big rake-of- f when you o trade or sell your Liberty Bonds. j That's sense, isn't it? "if a Liberty Bond is worth, say, ?95'to the broker after he has paid for all cf his expensive advertising, it certainly is worth par or more than par to the holder. For on top of his advertising expenses the broker main tains costly offices and much help. 4 That's sense, isn't it? The reason the broker wants the bonds is that he or his clients want tohold them. It's the broker's busi--j ness to know bond values. He knows that these Liberty Bonds .are going to be valuable things that they are go-- j . ling 'way above par within a year on 'tVO.' Hold them yourself. J I Farm for iale. The farm known as the land o Penick Smith, located one mile west of Cane Valley. It contains 286 acres, divided in two farms. The land will be sold separately aud then as a whole and the-wathe most money is realy the sale. This sale will take place the first Monday in September, if not disposed of priAlly, Judge; E. vately before that date. This is a White Oak.-Jam.A. McKinley, Judge; H. J. Conover, splendid farm, all in cultivation, a Clerk; H. W. Royse, Sheriff. good residence, three good barns, a R. Williams, Judge; splendid orchard and it is well waterNathan Goodin, Judge; Ben Evans, ed. It is only f mile from Clerk; James Holt, Sheriff. Campbellsville pike. For Jfurther Pellyton Blllie Rich, Judge: J no. particulars see W. Corneal, Judge; Wallace Goode, This sale will take place on 'the Brockman, Sheriff. Clerk; John farm. ized will be declared J "British Delegation, "Paris, April 8, 1919. "Dear Madnni I have very great pleasure in sending you this letter to say how highly I think of the great work which has been done by the Salvation Army amongst the Allied Armies in France and the other theaters of war. From all sides I hear the most glowing accounts of the way in which your people have added to the comfort and welfare of our soldiers. To me it has always been a great joy to think how much the sufferings troops in all parts of the world have been lessened by the self- sacrifice and devotion shown to them by that excellent organization, the Salvation Army. Yours faith'fully, "DAVID LLOYD GEORGE. "Commander Evangeline Booth, New York City." Service Fund Campaign in Ken- tucky will be conducted duriag ind 4u nTcliInc; lio m.)uiAio ciw1riif1 In compliance with a proclamation, issued by the Governor of Kentucky, on the 12th, day of May, 1919, Ordering that an Election for Representative in Congress for the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, I will drill wells in Adair and composed of the Counties of Adair, Casey, adjoining counties. See me be Anderson, Boyle, Madison, Garrard, Mercer, Jessetcine, Lincoln, im- Shelby and Spencer, be held in each contracting. Latest fore voting precinct in the Counties aforeproved machinery of all kinds. said on Saturday August the 2nd., WELL DRILLER Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Givr 1919. J. C. YATES Business An election will be held in Adair County on the above mentioned date in the various .voting precincts of said Cjunty, for the purpose as above Cortez Sanders, stated. SSieiritf of Adair County Ky 30-2- t. Residence Phone 13 B Phone 13 BR. J tt w J. N. MURRELL DENTIST BToY up itairs. 1t trj mi uui Office, Front rooms in Jeffries S Used 40 Years Columbia, - Kentucky Little Cake. C. one-hal- v f Stings or bites of insects that are followed by swellings, pain or itching honld be treated promptly as they are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW CARDIli The Woman's Roley. A. C. Wheeler, Judge; Harvey Lewis, Judge; Emmitt Goode, Clerk; Robert Quinn, Sheriff. T.B. Smith W.,C. Smith J t the" week of June 23-3- ) Administrator. LINIMENT counteracts the poison. It is both antiseptic and healing. Sold by PaullDrugCo. i Tonic - 38 4t. I Adv. f Sold Everywhere r pnjimmsli ' " VCT r ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS T "ainteed Roof ingff .j-- Wheu you feel lazy, nut of sorts and y.iwn a kooI dan in Uie daytime you can charge it, ro a corpid liver WOULD YOU Like Some Real Fine Old Fashion TTi which has allowed the system to ge full of impurties Iver. es HER BINE cures all an inactive thifc organ, cleans- disorders produced by It scretftriens BLANKETS, LINEY, the bowels and puts the system in Sold by Paull Drug Co, good healthy conditon. JEANS, YARN, Adv &., Certain-tee- d renders a war service. W'Yr (F" fade where Tobacco atnayc r$fJL "ffm saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use invvar products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, Certain-tee- d economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less rime than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d over, as proved by its enormous sale. N I Hit up your old pipe or take a man's size chew and see how this waxr. mellow, old twist warms the cockles of yonr heart. The snell of It alone will take yoa right back for more ! Ask for War Hawk I At all lire merohants. Come on t Now for a real tobacco treat 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 FARMERS WOOLEN 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 cheapest way to ship small shipments. the We get hundreds of pounds of wood by mail. MILLS, It is now the standard roof for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Certain-tee- d John Guaranteed by D. RATED Moore Tobacco Co. INCOBrO LOUISVILLE. KY. E. L. REESE, Manager, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. good growth for market. They in good flesh, but every chick Guaranteed 5. 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Products Corporation Paints Varnuhea Roofing Office & Worebouies in Principal Citie of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d NEW Officers of Primary Election. FARM BULLETIN x Now Ready For Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, .Sporting Goods Distribution . More than 50 farms described. Get yojr name on our mailing list at once. Semonin-Goodma- n S. M. SANDERS CAMPBELLSVILLE. 8 5 & CO. Incorporated Louisville, Ky, KENTUCKY. L. H. Jones Adair county, Ky., on August 2d, 1919, in the followfor a quick market. The other ing precincts, t: flock did not show a diseased West Columbia, No. 1. U. If. Whit-loc- k, Judge: Owen Wilson, Judge; chick. Ray Montgomery, Clerk, J. L. McLean, Sheriff. to-wi- At a meeting of the Board of Elecwas a diseased chick.Livers were tion Commissioners of Adair county, too large and fat, lungs water, Ky., held in the office of the Clerk of bones in places soft.in others en- the Adair County Court on Monday larged. Had the flock beenleft to July 14, 1919. Present, Cortez Sand ers, Elzy Young and W. B. Patteson. live on, you can see what would It is ordered by the Board that th, have happened to it. And yet ollowing persons be and they are hereby appointed officers of the many poultry keepers feed as if to be held in primary-election Columbia and Gainpbellsville Mail Car Ford Car JGS3GOOSQSG8GS JGGOS come as it would in the shock. , fi AUTOMOBILE LINE The department urges the 8 farmers to consider the que stion Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Special attention given Diseases of al Domestic Animals East Columbia, No. 2. A. Hunnt Judge; A. O. Hood, Judge ; W. F. 9 S fi r A TT W I $1.50, Round Trip. $2.75 $2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 Special Attention to Traveling Men 8 fi fi fi On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and of providing themselves with Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, oo Jamestown road. fi storage facilties. The depart114 G. Phone ment has specifications for a Columbia, Ky. portable granary, which it will 8 supply on request. fi Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what Allison, Clerk, Foree Hood, Sheriff. Milltown, No. 3. J. C.Browning, Judge; Yirvln Compton, Judge: Cas sius Cheatham, Clerk, Cash Lef twich. Sheriff. Keltner, No. 4. Shelby Gibson, Judge ; Waller Parnell, Judge ; A. B. Henderson, Clerk, Brice Edwards, Sheriff, Gradyvllle, No. 5. W. L. Grady, Judge; Allen Dudley, Judge; Luther Bell, Clerk, Leslie Dundley, Sheriff. Elroy, No. 6. J. H. Branham, fi 1 Salvation Army Campaign. AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAlRJand ADJOINING p. m. fi fi she writes: "I had a fi PHONE- S:- ) Solum'3 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. '&G&G&C38G&C3?OGQ8GSi v 8 8X Tobacco Hail Insurance It is Too Late After the Hail Storm. t G. R. REED, Columbia, INSURANCE Keutucky. ----- problem being a means every farmer can apply. Attention is Washington, D. C With a called by the fact that the farmwheat crop of over a billion er is likely to be gainer by such bushels in prospect in the United a process, for wheat that sweats States this year, the department in the stack except during an of Agriculture urging every pos- unusally dry season, will be of sible measure be taken to insure better quality than if threshed When baby is suffering the double the safe storage and hand-lin- g from the shock. affliction of hob weather and of the enormous crop. The If wheat is stacked at once disorders, the remedy needed is Mc- need for efforts by farmers and GEE'S- - BABY ELIXIR. Ifc reduces elevator companies, to market after harvest, weather permittthe feverish condition, corrects tha and store the gram with the ing, the farmed may then thresh stomach and checks looseness of the least possible loss and congestion and market his crop at his con- bowels. Sold by Paull Drug Co. of traffic is being emphasized. venience, and there is the fur-Adv. Stacking is suggested by the ther advantage that the wheat department as a solution of the will not deteriorate ghould rain I The News $1.'50 and $2.00, bo-v- Wheat Crop of Billion Bushels $l The work of raising money in Kentucky for the Home Service Fund of the Salvation Army of America, by means of which the Army will continue its work among the poor, outcast befallen aud abandoned in the big cities.and 'relieve the wants of suffering children due to poverty for which they have been in no blame, is now on in Kentucky. It is a movement which ought to be aided by every man, woman and child, who believes in work for humanity. "They that are whole need not a physician, but they that are sick ," said the .lowly Nazarene, and this doctrine the Salvation Army has been practicing ever since founding of the movemement by General William Booth in the slums of London. The Salyation Army has the endorsement of all high Army officials and the soldiers themselves for the work over there and also people of every community in which they have worked. Help this good cause. OUNTIES J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend toid me I had tried every-thelse, why not Cardui?... I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." hg general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to Judge; C. C. Coomer, Judge; J. Rose, Clerk, F. A. Strange, Sheriff. T. Harmony, No. T Montfordlewis, Judge; Joel Darnell, Judge; Alvin. Loy, Clerk, Tom Bennett, Sheriff. Glensfork, No. 8. f W. K. Taylor, Judge; Loren Collins, Judge; John WeDb, Jr., Clerk, Quintilion Montgomery, Sheriff. White Oak, No. 9. A. J. Combest, For Sale. My residence on Jamestown in Columbia, Ky. is for sale. TAKE Street Judge; J. P. Conover, 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. Peliyton, No. 11 N. T. Jones, Judge; C. R. Rubarts, Judge; Bill Jones, Clerk, J. M. Rich, Sheriff. Roley; No. 12. -- Owen Arnold, Judga;? Clayton Goodin, Judge ; Milburn Wol-for- d, Clerk, Gus Dunbar, Sheriff. Cane Yalley, No. 13. Lee Biggs, Judge: Geo. Rice, Judge; L. M. Smith, Clerk, J. M. Woodrum, Sheriff, Egypt, No. 14. J. B. Grant, Judge J Avin Burton, Judge; Eb Foster, Clerk, Tom Murrell, Sheriff. South Columbia, No. 15, Ben Con-over, Judge ; Geo. E. .Wilson, Judgw- r W. A. Garnett, Clerk, J. P. Hutchison, Sheriff. S. S. Neat, A copy. Attest, Clerk, A. C. C . If you are in the market for a good home in Columbia, this is your chance. Will price to sell. For particulars, address H. A. Hurt, 38-4- t Las Animds, Colo. The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizzy, worn-ou- t? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Feeding Chickens. There must be system in feeding at all ages'. The young especially must be fed with judgment or some part of the body suffers. A man I once knew made a close test in this matter of feeding. He separated a drove of chicks, hatched from sister and brother eggs the parent stock of the best health and fed alike. At two months of age the separation of this flock was made. One flock ran broadcast with the older chickens, were fed regularly a certain amount of feed, though not enough but that they wanted more and hunted fnr iThe other flock was penned ami pusnwi 'nto Ask some lady friend Who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it Wiped her. Try Cardui. Columbia forage. All Druggists J.S7 I have just openeda shop in the brick building near SmitWrMill. Repairing automobiles Is myrjsj? sclalty, and I guarantee my work. Se brittg your car or notify me where to find it Lawrence H. Crandell. " J'38tf a Send i n your Subscription to The News, $1.50 and $200 N- A V THE ADAIR COUNTY' NEWS r, 5 -- ; -- c i TTTT J' H o i 3 ViV rt -- THREE GOOD INVESTMENTS 3 t ill n fi 6 . 1 k - J 1 "LI Tou let two of them pss you by, but the third one still offers you the opportunity to invest in an oil company officereHby former Kentuckians whose honesty and Their reputation and successful record mean security for your money. 1 Ability are unquestioned. J ft c : TEXAS CHIEF was your first chance to make a large return on your money. This company has a gusher, and paid a dividend of 300 per cent. July 15th. 'This well was brought in about May 25, 1919. Rather a remarkable investment wasn't it? And just think five more wells are to be drilled on the 25 acre leasS further increasing the income. Some people in Kentucky were wise enough to buy this stock, and one of these dividend checks can be seen at Jeffries Hotel, in Columbia. HARTFORD was the second chance you had to make another good investment. This well was on the oil sand ten days ago, and is undoubtedly another tgusher, as 20 feet of rich oil sand was reported by the driller. This company's stock sold for two andwhen the sand was found and should be worth far snore now, and will be another big dividend payer. 2 - i'J "1 j one-ha- lf UNITED CHIEF can still be bought nd now is the time to buy it before the price advances. It has 77i acres in the great gusher field near Texas Chief IHartford and many others. Theo. Combest; vice president of Texas Chief, and a director of the Hartford, is president of the United Chief. A. C. Dulaney, vice president of Texas Chief, and Sec'y.-Tre- as; of the Hartford, is Sec'y.-Treof the United Chief. These are men who stand high in the esteem of all who know them and Iheir record in Texas Chief and Hartford certainly assure you of a square deal in the United Chief. . 3 as. Well No. 1 will begin immediately on the 50 acre tract in Block 833, .between Texas Chief and the Cauble Oil .Co. Well No. 2 will be drilled oh the acre tract in Block 820 between Burk Waggoner and Ramming wells. The company's other 20 acres is one and one-ha- lf miles from Red River opposite the Texas Chief. The company receives 8 of all oil, and' two wells will be drilled. Figure for yourself pour profits when we bring in good wells on this large acreage. Our driller is confident of a. good well and we are betting strong on it too. -- 7-- Remember one good investment is worth a lifetime of saving. United Chief with its large acreage in the greatest oil field in the world, and its strong, clean, and successful management offers you a good investment. GRAB YOUR opportunity Most of the stock that was placed on the market is sold, so you should see .the agent, or mail the coupon at once. to-da- y. United Chief Oil & Gas Company, Art Wichita Falls, Texas. w Capital Stock w Reference First Nat, 1. Bank.. Wichita Falls, Texas. $180,000.00. G. M. Shares $1.00 Each. UNITED CHIEF OIL & GAS COMPANY, Gentlemen: i ST pt GILLESPIE, Agent, Jeffries Hotel, Columbia, Kontucky. Enclosed find $ shares slock fully paid and for g2 . j- Add ess . 1 - Note:--HARTFO- RD WELL Just Reported in for 4,000 Barrels per day this July 30, 1919. tffajMte0&fcil3WW some campaign rKllKiPS " vy,"N - r " Falsehoods exposed A Statement By Governor Black believe I have been more extensively misrepresented in this campaign any candidate in the history of Kentucky politics, with the possible ex- speech at Maylield, July c jMJpticn of Gov. Goebel, whdm Judge Carroll, in his support. A righteous cause, however, will with- admitted he refused to Efc&d many assaults, and I have relied to a great extent in this campaign up- between fact and falsehood, -- ac'site Intelligence of the voters to distinguish opinion only by that which is true. My faith be influenced in their iaihe.oeople has received ample justification in the fact that the rank and ;jteofthe;Democratic voters are for me in this race. The machine politicians all within their power to encompass my defeat. Indeed, the race - lias jcorved itself into a contest between the people who love clean govem- anecC and the professionnal politicians, whose interests are selfish, and whose ).aiG$vetj are sinister. 3?lifc tie voters may not be taken advantage of in selecting a Democratic uixcKBio'forGovernor, there are some flagrant falsehoods being circulated .hrouRfiout the State, over the signature of M. M. Logan, Judge Carroll's riMunp&u'a manager, which I shall let the truth dispose of as follows: :' 'STATEMENT NO. 1. Tin myspeech-a- t Hopkinsville, Ky., July 22, 1 said I had been informed &m8Y M. Logan wrote to T. O. Turner, Judge Carjroll's reputed campaign easy or sit steady awEBcr In Trigg county, in substance as follows: "Rest of Gov. Stanley will be taken the boat. If Carroll is elected, the appointees X a SlO'THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY: " which is signed by W. H McDonald, editor of the Masonic Home .Journal ; have been ver the Star e, and acquainted with the sentiment of the people, Dr. William Carson Black, from Knox county; J. R. Jones, and I feel absolutely certain that on August 2, 1 shall be nominated by a subof Knox county; John Parker, Court Clerk; and W. R stantial majority. Lay, Attorney, refutes the statement that I was a delegate to the Thanking my friends for their loyal support. I am Very respectfully, Republican State Convention in 1903, or a follower of the Republican ticket JAMES D. BLACK. thereafter: Advertisemens. "STATE OF KENTUCKY ) Sct. ) COUNTY OF JKNOX The affiants, W. H. McDonald, W. C. Black, J. R. Jones, John Parker and W. R. Lay, state that they are Republicans in politics, and have been such all their lives; that they are residents of Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky, except the affiant, "W. H. McDonald, who now resides in Louisville, Kentucky, and that they are well acquainted with Governor James D. ONE Black, who is making a campaign for the Democratic nomination for Governor. They state that they were delegates from Knox County, to "the Republican State Co'nvention held in Louisville, Kentucky, on July 17, 1903, at which FREE The Worthmore Suit NO CIRCULATION convention Morris B. Belknap was nominated for Governor, and John A. only logical garis the BINDING OF AIR Black, of Barbourville, was nominated for Treasurer. They state that the ment for comfort, neat SUSPENDERS yv wrnuii NEC v D. Black was not a delegate from Knox County to that convention said James FEET appearance, and hard vALL and did net attend said convention. They say that James D. Black has been fSEAMS use. The cloth is of supa consistent Democrat in politics as long as affiants can remember. JTL k.7 V JTRIPLE' They make this affidavit in the interest of the truth, and in view of the erior quality, all seams STITCHED fact that certain persons are undertaking to disseminate a falsehood against d, are Jb 3 I E 5 vH II ut t the said James D. Black by saying that he was a delegate to the aforesaid every detail has been convention. 1b r- v considered and perfect ;brass H'ii JI (K - ft ' (Signed) W. H. McDONALD 'BUTTO rU Who ...x i ftv fm ffi iV satisfaction is assured. RIVETED fftjpf 7?m W. C. BLACK ft rV ftr It allows freedom of heihforc in f J. R. JONES ' k I 4H ; movement and protects J JOHN PARKER strain LJ ty ty WORTHMORE BRAND PIECE OVERALLS iPi wKro triple-lock-stitche- Mraim I - 4a " .proaltaent farmer of Trigg county, and the Hon. JohnT. King,. County Ati torney of Trigg county: 'STATE OF KENTUCKY, Set. COtJNTY OF CHRISTIAN ) tThe affiants, J. Frank Ladd and John T. King, say that they are citizens mlddle-o-f June,' 1919, taad residents-o- Trigg county, Kentucky; that about the of Cadiz, Ky., in Logan to T. O. Turner, ibeysaw a letter written by M. H hiX t,a Mia Loe-a- stated to the said Turner in substance: 'Rest easy, or tslfcsfceady in the boat if Carroll is nominated the Stanley appointees will iboWUtheir places. , (Signed) J. FRANK LADD, (Signed) JOHN T. KING. -- 3ijscribsa-ana to before me by J. Frank Ladd and John T. King, sworn rjH-ob- W. R. LAY Subscribed and sworn to before me by W. H. McDonald, W. C. Black, l!n a, telegram received by me from M. M. Logan, he 'alleges he never R. Jones, John Parker, and W. R. Lay, this July 21, 1919. r6te such a letter, and asks me to prove my statement or withdraw it. My (Signed) Y. C. McDONALD, in the following affidavit by tnexHon. J. Frank Ladd, a f the Tvearer r.nmnlel-p'l- v 8.0INT5 J. . ECONOMY They are better They are cheaper - is contained Notary Public, Knox County, Ky." t, f uiljMU.ljH -- - (Slgaed) S.F.DAVIS, Notary Public, Christian County Kentucky." Thereforejl refuse to withdraw the statement made by me in my Hop- Itee-rj'Ln- d . STATEMENT NO. 2. y "Black's Political published advertisement, headed: staned W M. M. Logan, said Logan states I was a delegate to the Convention in Louisville in 1903, when my brotoer, .Jonn became, a Jojower of wm nominated forState Treasurer, and that I was never a delegate to I JSKSml is mj life, and do not know of a man in Kentucky tfhir than 1L " kewiB toy llfelog serioe,to Democracy,, would .be 'wiUtar WpT511' . recently lhucan 53b :t,-.oraft- er. v-- y, '.totKe ww. f!rwha -- ' - -- . 1 jT 7 STATEMENT NO. 3. In the same advertisement, ' Black's Political Record," the said Logan i1 The one piece suit is here to states I "made a loan of 32,500 to Caleb Powers, then under indictment." The truth is I never loaned Mr. Powers a cent while he was under indictment, or stay, the same as in under' any or time. But some five or six years ago, and wear all progressive dealers m while Mr. Powers was a member of Congress, I loaned to Dr Samuel Bennett, have them- - Our guarantee a cousin of Mr. Powers, 37,500. At the time I made said loan to Dr. Bengoes with every garment. nett, said Bennett was making extensive real estate purchases in Southeas tern Kentucky. Some time after the loan to said Bennett, by some arrangeEvery seam is ment agreeable to himself and Mr. Powers, Mr. Powers agreed to, and did as) wffifEM ( sume a portion pf said 87,500 loan, amounting to $2,500 But this was not was under indictment, as Logan states, but was while Mr. while Mr. Prowers - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. Powers was a member of Congress In the appendix of the Congressional Record, page 140, a list of Caleb Distributed by Pow.ers"indebtedness is given by Mr. Powers, which contains the following items in Mr. Powers' own language: To Judge J.- - D. Black, Barbourville (borrowed by Dr. Bennett,) $2,500." ' Iacwporated Powers' own statement shows that said $2,500 was "borrowed by Dr. Bennett," as explained above by me, and M. M. Logan purposely refrains from stating that truth, and in so doing, the Congressional Record convicts him of a deliberate" attempt to fool the Democrats of Kentucky while pretending to give them the truth. This fabrication is Logan's clumsy attempt to make Kentucky Demorats believe I was financially assisting Powers while Carroll Represented in was bolting Goebel. My, what a clever politician you are. Mr. Logan! , Tayku-- Green , Adair Counties by R. C. Borders I'have ah" abiding faith in the integrity of, the voters of this" State, and-do not beileva they will be mteled'b'y the character of campaign that is beW Camobellsville, Ky. waged against me in my xaoe fer the Deoaoeratio nomination for Governor. I I mi at other i Ity -- triple-lock-stitche- d. J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Louisville Kentucky. and T t- - .1