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The Adair County news: August 6, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919080601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: August 6, 1919 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'M Lv 4 " z, tr , f -- :1'- jwair Prominent Wayne County izen Dies. Cit- COUNTY. (Cmmtn Sfeuts RsaS. F VOLUME XXII COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6, I9I9. Damage Suit Decided. The big damage suit. Miss Stella Parish against Stanley Pace, was tried in the Cumberland circuit court last week and decided in favor of the defendant. The girl sued for 830,000, charging Pace with seduction and being the father of her child: The case was tried before Judge Layman, of Elizabethtown district, and the jury was out but a short time, bringing in a verdict of acuquittal. It is reported here that the' girl made out a very poor case. NUMBER 4I LAMENTABLE DEATH. Dr. Death of a Good Citizen. Death of James F. Read. Markets Louisville, Aug. 4. Cattle Prima export steers 8H.501.500;heavy ship-ingl3.50.14 In Simpson, a Prominent Dentist if Barkesvllle, Killed By Shooting. 1QRN AND REARED IN ADAIR Last Saturday night, about lo o'Many friends'in Adair county will clock, Mr. Scott Todd, who was sixty-thre- e years old, died at be sorry to learn of the death of Hon; about Josdph E. Bertram, which occurred at his late home, two and a half miles his late home, Monticello, last Thurs- north of Columbia. He was one of day. He was President of the Monti-cell- o Adair's best farmers and was very Banking Company and was exceedingly popular in Wayne county. In 1885 he defeated Dr. Godfrey Hunter for the State Senate, the county comprising the district being Adair, Cumberland, Clinton, Bussell and Wayne He served as County Court Clerk of Wayne and in 1888, he was defeated for Congress in a Democratic Convention held ' in Somersrt, by W. H. Bot-s- , of Barren county, Wayne and Barron being in the same dis- A dispatch to the Louisville Post, of last Saturday, from Little Rock, Ark., announced the death of Hon. James F. Read, in that city. The deceased was a Columbia boy, reared and educated here, who is af- 50;light310illi; heifers ?9.0011.50; fat cows, $9.0011.00; medium $7. to 9; cutters ?6.007.00 can-ne5.5.50; bulls 86.509.00; feeders $911.00; stockers 87.00 to $10.00 choice milch cows I90110; medium $6590; common 85065. Calves Receipts 552 head. Price3 1.00 lower. Choice veals $15.5016CO medium 9.0012.00; common 68.CO. Hogs Receipts 2,421 head. Demands: was good. Best hogs 165 lbs and up 22.75; 120 to 165 lbs 321.75; 120 lbs down $19.75 throwouts $19.65 down. Sheep and head market steady all through, beat lambs 815 25 15 50 Best sheep 88.001 bucks 85.50 down. Butter Country 3739c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candled ' 38c to 40c rs Lambs-Receipts,32- " ' Church, of this place, and principal Simp-son- , of the Columbia M. & F. High School. message announced thatDr.jIra His mother, Mrs Ada Read, was a son of Dr. and Mrs. G. T, Simpmember of the Frazer family, a fami-ll- y son, of Breeding, this county, had Farm for Sale. identified with the early and modshot himself in some way in his ofern days of the county. After com fice in Burkesville. My farm cotaining 197 acres. Near pleting the High School course here, Just ho whe "fatal shot was fired is Roy, Ky. on Russells creek. Also 2 J F. Read entered Center College, not known and never will be. The Doctor had left his home and bad Danville, from which institution he milch cows fresh and other cattle. gone to the garage. While there he trict at that time. Judge Bertram was U. L. Antle, was graduated in 1874. He then entalked to the proprietor in a very 71 years old Roy, Ky. upon the study of law, and grad20 Mules 20 At Auction. tered cheerful manner. From this place he uated from a law school at Louisville, At The Jeffries Hotel. Died At Sparksville. went to the livery stable and here he On Saturday, Aug. 9th, I will sell ab- in which city he commenced the was in a very happy frame of mind. Last Wednesday morning a very solutely for the high dollar, without practice of law. After a few years prac Leaving the stable he weDt to his ofLast Wednesday morning, at 8:15, pretty wedding occured in the parlors reserve or limit, in Jamestown, Ky., tice there, he removed to Fort Smith, Mrs. Ella Roe, died at her Slate home, fice and a short time thereafter a gun Ark., and served as private Secretary Died Near Cane Valley. of the Jeffries Hotel, the contracting was heard to have fired, and friends twenty males, consisting of extra good to the Governor of the State and up- near Sparksville. Shejwas about fifty and parties being Miss Darkis Bottoms went to his office. He was found lyyearlings and two year olds. These on Mr. Cleveland's election fito the years old, and was the victim of a tumMr. Ernest Gordin. Eev. Bedford TurMrs. Jennie Smith, who was the wid-oor The deceased was a member of ing on his gun which was 4 pro- males are fresh from the Blue Grass presidency, he was appointed U. S ner, of Frazier, Wayne county, of Zach Smith, died at her late the Baptist Church. The funeral and feet long. The bullet entered his left nounced the ceremony in a very pastures of Kentucky, and are the kind District Attorney, for the Western home to the left of Cane Valley last burial took place on Thursday afterbreast, ranging upward, and went impressive manner. Both the bride that will grow and make money for District of Arkansas, the duties of Thursday afternoon. She was about noon, a large number of Jf riends beinS through the ceiling of the room in Fifty-on- e years old and left many and groom reside at Pellyton, and the any one who is so fortunate as to be which position he discharged with present. which he was He was dead when great ability. groom is a recently returned soldier. friends in the neighborhood. The refriends reached him. come their owner. 1 want to, buy a Upon the completion of his term of Fob Sale: My farm containiag 110 mains were bnried at Cane Valley. Several years ago he was happily to office, he continued the practice of SURGEONS agree that Jnllcase3 of car load of nice mare males 15 acressituated on the waters Jof Glens-for- k Eld. W. G. Montgomery will assist married to Miss Bitchey Alexander, Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the 16 hands high, 3 to 5 years old. Bring his profession, taking high rank as a short distance south of Zion Eld. L. C. Yjuaj in daughter of Mr. G. W. Alexander, FIRST TREATMENT is most im nanatin to Failing church and school. Land and outbuildthem in. Every mule most have a lawyer in his adopted State. at Tabarnacle Tuesday night Aug cashier of the Bank of Cumberland, portant- - When an EFFIUIEINT-antisepti- c health caused his retirement three or ings in fair condition for further infornew home at close of this sale. My 5th aai will cjatiam 10 dm. He and recently Mrs. Simpson's father is applied promptly, there f jur years ago. mation see Mrs. Fannie Willis at the guarantee goes with every mule sold. built and presentedher with a beauti- is no danger of infection and the He was a man of unusually attract old TriDlett place on Jamestown pike. will assist E d. William in a maating to begin at Mt. GileadMondly night ful home, and the Doctor having a lu- wound begins to heal at once. For use Sale begins at 2 o'clock p. m. ive personality winning in his manColumbia Ky. sfter the third Sunday, this month. crative practice, the couple had a onmanor beast, BOROZONE is the S. M. Burdette, Columbia, Ky. ner with all with whom he came in enviable future before them. The IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALCard of Thanks. We are showing a handsome line of contract. Few men were more enter-tainindoctor's death is a sad ending and the ING AGENT. Buy it now and be There is a move on foot put forin conversation. Ladies Satin Dresses in Blacks, Blues, ward by well known educators, to breaking up of a home where happi- ready for an emergency. big hearted, he loved his friends I take this methodjof Jexpressing and Taupe. Good values at $18.70. plan and perfect it, ness should have reigned supreme, as Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. inaugurate a and was beloved by them. Of his im- my heartfelt thanks to the many whereby the teachers of Kentucky Russell & Co. they had every thing that could be mediate family, he leaves surviving who so kindly waited upon my wife C. S. will be given better pay for their serpurchased with money. A private letter from Mr. him, his wife and a daughter. Of the during her long illness, ending in T. E. Jeffries bought of N. B. Kelsay We knew the doctor very well, and Harris, West Point, Miss., Jated July vices. Strong resolutions were passed, family formerly here of which he;was death. The friendship so graciously recently met him while he was visit 26, states that he has just received a looking to this end, on July 5, while a part, two brothers, Frank and Hen- manifested will never be forgotten last week, twelve and three tenths acres of land lying near Long View, ing his sister, Mrs. N. T. Mercer, this telegram from 'Eastern Virginia, the Christian County Teachers In- ry, business men of Fort Smith, sur- by the suriving husband. for ?1,400. This land joins a farm place. At that time he was in fine stating that his father, Mr. A. W stitute was in session at Hopkinsville. vive him. To them, the friends here, J. W. Richards. owned by1 Mrs. Jeffries. spirits and looked to be in his usual Harris, was lying in a dangerous con The same subject will be discussed at would extend their sincere Isympathy. For Sale. good health. dition, and that he was leaving for the Adair County Institute which If you sit Jin a cool draft when yoa on is almost 89 years old will convene at Lindsey-Wilso- n Strayed. The News extends its sympathy to his bedside. He are heated and get a stiff neck or the sorrowing wife, father, mother, and his long life has been crowned August 18 Evidently teachers should A nice China Cabinet. Call at the lame back, you will be looking for brothers and sister in this hour of with honorable deeds, and a never receive a more liberal compensation A Black stear, 2 years old, cropped Presbyterian Parsonage. something that will ease the pain. their deep distress. The deceased waving affection for his sons and for their services. and split in left ear and under bit in Fix your mind on BALLARD'S Ben Hutchison has sold his interest was a nephew of Mrs. Rachel Gris-so- daughter. He is known to quite a right. Information wanted. SNOW LINIMENT and don't be Beautiful line of Camisoles, corset in the farm, near Montpelier, known this place, and the widow is a number Adair county people, all of talked out of it because it is the test E. G. McGInnis as the Epperson farm, to his brother- first cousin of Mrs. John Lee Walker. whom will be sorry to read of his covers, etc., at pain relieving liniment you can get Fairplay, Ky. Ray Caldwell, and he has reRussell & Co. and burial took place at serious condition. The funeral anywhere. It moved to Columbia, and Is occupy Burkesville Thursday morning. Sold by PaulljDrug Co. Adv. Since July 1st arrests for drunken-es- s Some one has sent in a communi- ing one of Walter Ingram's cottages, The State Board of Health conhave fallen off 80 per cent some in cation from Weed, but the letter was on Pea Ridge. Former State Senator W. F. Neat, tinues to send out notices, warning the A quiet primary Jin Adair county. who is one of the best known men in people to take action against the Kentucky cities, and an average of not signed, and it went to the waste Be at the Paramount theater ThursAdair county, called to see us last spread of disease. Epidemic can be. 50 per cent throughott the State. basket- - Furthermore, there was no day the 14th of this month. Renfax Thursday. He was very much in- prevented, says the Board, if due John Barleycorn is sure out of busi- news reported in the letter. We want terested in Gov. Black and Judge Har- caution is taken in time. Filth breeds ness and will never again hang out a items of real news not neighborhood Film Company will present the talking, singing and dancing pictures. A din's races, and stated that in his diseases, therefore, every family should sign. From now on peace is likely to visits. Miss Kate Gill has) returned srom great show and no one should miss It. opinion the Democrats in his precinct put their premises in a good sanitary reign in all homes, and happy children Bowling Green. A Bargain. would all vote. Senator Neat will condition, clean up the back premises will play around father's knees. Rev. J. S. Dickerson, of color, will Herbert Taylor, Campbellsville, soon be 81 years old, but his mind is and sprinkle lime on all damp places, Loving wives are now meeting their bring his choir to the court house was here a fe days ago. 1 new chilled plow for sale No. 20. as clear as a bell, and he keeps posted and also kill the obnoxious weeds. If husbands with a kiss, and God bless nex Sunday afternoon, and several Mrs. Lou W.JAtkins reached home,, Come at once. as to the doings in the State and the you have a damp cellar, use plenty of you. hours will be spent singing. Every- from Mississippi, last Saturday night S. F. Eubank. nation. He is a great admirer of lime. body invited. Allen Eubank will likely lose his Mrs. E. B. Barger and little daugh. President Wilson and thinks that is A heavy rain fell here last Friday sickly, right arm. It will be remembered If your child is pale and he one of the greatest men the world Renfax Film Company presents a ter returned from Memphis last week. was afternoon While it was coming picks at the nose, starts in the sleep that about one month ago It Mrs. W. F. Hancock, Louisville. big negro comedy at the Paiamount ever produced. and grinds the teeth while sleeping, broken, while cranking a car, in this down, farmers H. N. Miller, G. R. on the night of the 14th. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. Cravens W. W, Turk,who lives at Genda it is a sure sign of worms. A remedy place. After it was set it did not Reed and Ray Flowers were in this Mr. Lilburn Phelps, Jamestown,, Springs, Kan , writes that he is living mend properly, and he went to Louis- office. They were very much disturbMr. Marcus Ellis- - died at Lakeland for these parasites will be found in was here Monday, taking (depositions. ville to consult a surgeon. Thursday ed, fearing that their corn crops Saturday night. He was buried at in a fine wheat country. He left this WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. Mrs M.S. Grubbs, of Ru3sellvilleT surgeon was to decide whether would overshoot themselves. county about two years ago and has Egypt Monday afternoon. The furneral only clears out the worms, but the It not is visiting her sister,Mrs. a Lola Lov-et-t. lived in Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas, was preached by Eld Z. T. Williams. amputation was necessary. His aunt, it restores health and cheerfulness. Mrs. Tolia Walker, and his cousin, The largest crowd ever seen at and Kansas, since he left. Has been Sold by Adv. Paull Drug Co. old Liberty Church was there last Mr. A. H. BalIard,;wholis employed Two wells are badly needed on 'the Mrs. Nat Walker, are with him in the latter State fourteen months. Sunday, to an all day singing, con- public square. In tho event of a fire at Camp Knox, is at home for a few At present he is harvesting wheat at Mr. Brice Walker and wife, of Glen-vill- e, Do not forget thar, the talking pic- ducted by Wolford Bros, There was on the square, water to extiugush days. 85.00 per day. He lives three blocks were in Columbia a few days Eld. Tobias Huffaker, who has tures will.be at the Paramovnt on the an abundrnceof dinner and the sing- the flames could not be had. Wolf from the seven Springs of mineral ago, enroute to Campton, ing was delightful. been teaching in Georgia, returned of the 14th vater, and people come to this water- county,.where they will reside. Before night Rev. Granvil Jaggers closed a meeti- home last week. ing place from all over the United leaving Glenville Mr. C. A. Walker, Drilling for oil is now in progress on Constipation is the starting point ng- recently at Basil. There were Mr. C. R. Dean andjtwo children, of States. Brlce's grandfather, caused to' be C. M. Hindman's farm near Milltown. for many serious diseases. To be twenty-siconversipns'and nine addi- Georgetown, Ind., are visiting friends spread a bountiful dinner, to which a F. M. Carter & Co. aie doing "the healthy keep the bowels active and tions to the Methodist church. in Adair and Russell county. In every home where there is a number were invited, in honor of .the drilling. It has long been believed regular. HERBINE will remove all haby there should be a bottle of departure of the young couple that oil could be found on this farm accumulations in the bowels and put Soaking rains fell 'in' a' number of Mrs. Nina Denver, who is a studanfi McGEE's BABY ELIXIR. It may be in Deaconess Hospital, Louisville, is The driller is an experienced oil man the system in prime condition. Sold localities in this county last Thursday needed at any time to correct sour Last Wednesday, while a storm was and he feels confident that he will by Paull Drug Co. It only sprinkled here, and rain is bad spending two weeks with her sister-Mrs- . Adv. stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or raging in the Basil community, lightRena Paull. ly needed.' make a good strike. . summer complaint. It is a wholesome ning Coiumbua Pickett, while working Rev. J. S. Chandler, of Campbellsstruck the dwelling of Rural remedy, contains no opium, morphine Braecr. doing a slight damage. The. Etd. Lawrence Williams will preach ville, one of the strongest Powell, a boy about eightden ina tobacco patch, a few days ago, was Mont ministers: or injurious drug of any kind. inmates of the home were so badly years old, who 'works on Sam 's bitten by a snake, a Cowsucker, on at the Christian church, this place in the Louisville Conference, was with Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. shocked, that they did not know any farm, got his right arm badly the foot. His ankle was considerably Wednesday night. his many friends here a few days of hurt last Wednesday ' while scuffling swollen for several days, but nothing last week. He was accompanied, to thing for something like an hour. Couuty Court Clerk Neat issued The primary election beipg ovey, the with.anotheriboy. It. barley escaped serious is expected. Columbia by his daughter, "Miss Mag n marriage license last week to Leonaad fight1 for the' final contest is now on. Mr. J. W. Burton has rented the: .. a.bad break.. gie, who visited Miss Catherine SJ Compton- - and Lula Moprej Arlie brick store building where Leslie Mc-'If you promise to meet an obligation sl coup-- , way to, Ceaptoa and Creo Ro&chv-Th- e WboaW Lewis' 1db4t. It.is the only, ji.?r ,j ,' maintain Leslie McClister has. removed!" his JfnrxtU. .blister has beendoihg.buaineB.aBdJeiReadhech'ange , tit .11,11,1. J resWe at Weed, this county. wvw i Bwo w- - vm- miBiwuw.v, A. . reapeu:"i Coatito.Kee5 , .:A advertisement. removing his stock of goods. bow 18 w --4 Jtany people in Columbia, especially the younger men, were shocked last Wednesday morning when a phone much liked by his many frldnds. He bad a chronic trouble and had been delicate for more than a year, though able to be about until about one week before his death. The furneral was preached Sunday by Eld. Z. T. Williams, of the Christain Church, the deceased being a member of that organization. The burial was in the Murray graveyard a large number of friends being present, many from the town of Columbia. Everybody feels for his wife and children. fectionately remembered by our old- ,ed citizens. He was the eldest son of Rev. H. C. Read, who was at one time pastor of the Presbyterian ba-gl- n g- Broad-minde- d, tj in-la- PERSONALS x , Bur-dette- " ,,,. r' -- . i Vuj,T.irtinl. .,,.,. t v.. - . ..ii 4P Uiiif ' Zxto SVt "w s-t- -mt ADAIR COUNTY c - NEF SS0JES Clinton, Cumberland, Taylor, Adair, Green, Metcalfe, Barren, Monroe, Warren, and probably COUNTY. other counties, in the state. During these operations, in the 2E$JOHN 'ATROE STEELE. early years of his services, the country in which he did the ;No. 26. greater proportion of the work fttllCE ROBERT TODD CONTINUED. was a wilderness, trackless, exTzge Robert Todd, of whom cept the "traces" made by the buffaloes. He and his assistants rnzstafifon has heretofore been were obliged to encamp in the j rttcJe in these notes, is deserving open. One of the necessary asi4) oezre than a passing notice, ; arfc2Cthe men are considered, sistants to such a surveying parjrfciB7ere chiefley instrumental ty was a man, whose duty it jxcdhs founding of Adair county was to seek wild game in the .r ticGrumunity. The family of forests, and to keep the party zr&icfe.-iicame is a distinguished supplied with meat, which he -aet2ithe annals of Kentucky.-aCc- did by killing bears, buffaloes grandfather, Andrew Todd, and turkeys, and probably other game. The original surveys of . e migrated from the north of Ire's!' thestate of Pennsylvania, a great deal of the lands situated through which si : cdate, probably as early as in the counties, passes, from its is jyear, 1720. There David the Green river &, the father of Judge Ro- headwaters, to as far west, as bert Todd was reared, and resid- the mouth of the Big Barren rivue V cntil a period, shortly pre- - er, as well as lands upon both oas to the year, 1782, when he sides of the Cumberland, as far c jae&eA. to Kentucky, along down that river, as the confines For Case Tractors and Tractor Plows, Disc Harrows, Oliver jNo. wi(c fciis sons, Levi, John and of Monroe county, were made ty Idauert. They made Lexington Judge Robert Todd. Just when ae. lace of their residence. he removed his residence from and Metal Sheets, 11 Both Plows, Roofing and John Todd participated Lexington, to Green county, is not now remembered, but, in the and disastrous bat-rtfia. Kcth the Indians, at the Blue year, 1800, he was the owner ;.ttks, on August 7, 1782, Levi and residing upon a tract of waa he commander of a battalion land, near Bridgeport, in the present county of Metcalfe, but rm&e battle, and thereafter then a portion of the county of the commander of the the state of Kentucky, Green. The land upon which he made his home, at that time, in l. vxitSi the rank of .!Tafcn (Todd was among those, after years, became the property uT&tere slain in the Blue Licks of Mr. Hyram Koyse, and has now for many years been known riasSStss. General Levi Todd in the city of Lexington, as the "old Hyram Royse Place." county was created v2m57as the father of Roberts. When Adair who was the father of in the year, 1801 out of the counwho became the ty of Green, that portion of the &Carsr Todd, .'wife of Abraham Lincoln and present county of Metcalfe, ;krmotber of Robert Todd Lin-ca- where Judga Todd lived was inwhrt has been a cabinet cluded in Adair county. When izaurEster Another daughter of Gov. Garrard came to appoint JrHahtsci S. Todd became the wife and commission the justices of first county court for Adair t, the a the famous Confederate Ben Hardin Helm. The county. Robert Todd was one of awiRger brother of Gen. Levi the number. The law did not .arsdiohn Todd, who is the su- then provide for a Judge of the bject t this note, at the time his county court, as it now does, and courts ifamply came to Kentucky, was the countyheld by were presided over and a quorum of iSearcrsIy'tnore than twenty-on- e tyesrd of age, as he was born the justices of the peace of the .afeoat the year, 1760. Shortly county. The tenure of office of :JLter.his arrival in Kentucky, or a justice of the peace was during .mmt-- nnnrt. Robert Todd re- - his life, Todd removed from his J. Z. Conover is preparing to program we did not learn. his natural life or during good Bridgeport, in, now, erect a new bungalow oi his Mrs. Elizabeth Hurt, of Co- rcsecbly before his arrival, he mained a member of this court, home near behavior. The subject of this up- - farm near Pleasant Hill church lumbia, is visiting the family o f liad received an appointment .infil Fahrnarv 1st. 1806. when Metclafe county, and resided note was one of the members of H nexc fall. now owned by K. W. Bell. qualified, as an assistant judge on the farm, that county court, which is memD. Murray, and his brothers, vja3sc curveyor of the lands in Robert Aker3 who suffered a of the circuit court, for the coun orable in the annais of the coun which is about one and a half stroke of paralysis four weeks eatucky, which were Wonderful World. ty, having therefore been apty, as being the first county miles to the north of Columbia. ago has recovered to a considerlands by the pointed by the governor of the court ever held for the county, on the 28th day'of able extent. and sailors of Virginia, "Don't talk to me about the state, to that office and commis- There he died wfeo participated in the war of and which assembled at the sioned, as such. Previous to October, 1828, and was buried Mrs. C. C. Holt ha gone to wonders of pa3t ages," said jtheiSevolution, and the entries dwelling of James Walker, in that time, on December 20, 1802, in the Todd cemetery, upon the see her husband, who is attend- Uncle Joe Cannon. "The world vimadesby-otherupon the vacant the town of Columbia, on the the General Assembly had en- farm. As, heretofore stated he ing a sanitarium at Lsxington. to day is far mare wonderful than nd unappropriated lands in the 24th day of May, 1802, the other acted a law for the establish is the ancestor of all the present Ray Antle, son lot Mr. W S, ever before. Just think. It took .. jzfi&te. .The date of his appoint- - members, all of whom seem to ment of circuit court, in the members of the Todd fam- Antle, this vicinity, has recently Columbus as many months a3 it been present were Nathan also, of tSEfin'tfiS'not'now known, but, it have providing for a cir- ily in this county, and, returned from France and Ger now takes days to cross the ocean Montgomery, James Gilmore (or state, and Tj. P. Murrav and brothers, and 'its known, .that he was engaged, two a district, and many, where he spent several and we talk about flying and Gilmer) Daniel Trabue, Martin cuit judge for xiESois duties of a surveyor, as county. of Samuel G. Suddarth, who are months with Uncle Sams traveling a mile a minute as tho assistant judges for each early as the year, 1784. During Warren, John Stepp, William The first assistant, or associate great grandsons of the old piocorpse. Young Antle was they were nothing. fiMgea.r, he was engaged in Burbridge and Robert Thomas. judges of the circuit court for neer surveyor and judge. ' for a long time in connection "Why, the other day I dropped rsorveyfog a tract of land for Montgomery was the presiding To Be Continued. Has- jwith the firing line and saw into a country school just in time body. Adair county, were Robert ectry Dudley near the mouth of or chief justice of the to hear the teacher ask: much active service. day kins and Wm. G. Bryant (or Jfrissfill's Creek, in the present Bedjamin Bowmer on that Montoelier. J. V. Dudley is erecting a gam- "Johnny, into what two great qualified as the first sheriff of Bryan) who qualified on Febru OBinty'Cf Green, when he bol roof or braced rafter barn classes is the human race dividthe county, and Nicholas Nay ary 7, 1803. They were succeed Indians were 'in the ed by Judge Robert Todd, and A combined waterspout, hail on his farm. This sort of struct-sec- - ed?' And Johnny answered aezgHborliood, and to avoid com-.m- g lor, as coroner. William Caldwas in- and windstorm visited this ure is a little rare here but there promptly" Motorists and pedes- well, was elected and qualified Col. Wm. Casey. Casey in. contact with them, he and ducted into the office, a short tiononthe 8th doing consider- - is no question of its superiority rians. those with him crossed the Green as the clerk of the court. The "That's what I call progress. time previbus to Todd's induc able damage to corn, tobbaco, over the common flat roofed ',JFiteTduring the night, and de- duty devolved upon this county tion. Todd and UaBey concmuea fencing, timber and plowed barn for loft room and economy After awhile there won't be parted 'from the locality, going court, at its various sessions. of material, especially when a any pedestrains." Los Angles to hold the offices until the office lands. the way of of from time to time1, to organize fi& Times. was abolished in 1815. The Hon. Mr. Reuben ?- - Haynes and hay carrier is to be used. 'Robinson Creek, and to Petitt's the county, to select a place for cirLong were The colored Baptist Sunday Miss Parthenia the administration of public jus Allen M. Wakefield was the Far Sale. Station, in Lincoln county. judge, for a time after the married on the I Oth. They both School Association held at Old tice, to erect public buildings, to cuit years following the year, establish and caused to be layed establishment of the circuit crossed the half century mark Bethel church near here was My. residence on Jamestown Street ?I284, he did a great deal of courts, and on numerous occa- some years ago and but for a well attended. It is said that that in Columbia, Ky. is for sale. If you ot lands under orders of out, the public roads of the counare in the market for a good home in ty, and to administer the fiscal sions Todd and Casey together, rather over dose of reheumatism part of the program consisting of -.agnrtejuid entries made under Columbia, this is your ichance. Will tfiey- - mutton, fried chicken and auto- - affairs of the county, generally, presided over the circuit courts, on the part of the groom price t& sell. For particulars, address tmiitmj warrants, in the presas well as all' the other duties, in the absence of the circuit are very wen ana moaeraceiy moDiie riding was a great auc-H. A. Hurt, at counties of Fayette, Madison, Las Animas, Colo. oeea. As to the remaiuder of the 384b jjacoln, Casey JPalaaki, Wayne, which then devolved upon a judge. "Jin the latter years o happy. ON ADAIR Farming Implements - 1 I m e i s me m m v. .5i Sulky Rubber t&:e-blood- y fe be-oars- -e mi-0ltsi-- Gt major-genera- Call at My Store You Will Find the Prices Rukht. We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. re-ssif- efi 'Ik3, a, r J gen-ottca- WOODSON LEWIS iSiMliiil8iSig8iMilSM GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY.:, -- appropri-;atedasfcboain- ty sol-sdis- si, -- s en-eice- er i ! 1 the-headwate- Dur-jlag'f- he sur-.ori- & -- . HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f S3 NO SWIVEL CHAIR EVERYTHING IN FOR FORD'S SON STAYED AT HOME DURING WAR TO HELP IN PLANT REFUSED TO TAKE UNIFORM. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanizf j and Painted. Also Ellwood and lAmerican Fence,- - ROOFING Sfoel FATHER WAS RESPONSIBLE Declares He Told Edsel That War Work in Factory Needed Him Would Not Accept Safety First Commission. Mt, Clemens, Mich. Henry Ford, hour of his seven day a Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated CO- - fefeSSfS if '''I II"1 il I' Tdddv ret bass. tidv red tint, handsome pound and half'poand tin Aurni dors and that clotty, practical pound crystal tponge moistener that keeps the tobaceo in such perfect condition. glass humidortopwith in your PUT a pipeyou're onface that'sof smoke peace tf the trail filled cheerily brimful of Prince ! if 111 w ;.fiUUTjMifriliffi linffir, i For, P. A. will you wish your sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you hours! could get away with every twenty-fou-r You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality ! And, that P. A. is made by our exclulet it slip into your think-tan- k sive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance seven days out of that you can hit every week without any comeback but real smoke joy smoke-record-high-spots 1 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, nipple before feeding th h-ib Winston-Sale- m, N. C, Hot Weather Tips. Z i ! i'he Nev York Ciiy Department Daoy, to AMh of Health has just issued a most) Dju'c let the Djii'l full, u'ter fending the r itil ..i nmuU'. Uuul- - rr.ilK biaud Used 40 Years valuable leaflet v)tl the care and about off the ie- m m of babies which shou d treatment Djn-keep bab ' food, when every young' Ppn911j OM be in the hands of "- - r mother It summarizes the ad fai t feed regular per- vice on Hot Weather Health for tuds, day and nmht. &aby, bv Mrs Mix West, jast Don't lee baby usaa "pacifier". nnmn!ataH i . fh'-nPWSn2nft! Constant sucking or a tiutnmv m The Unmsn'o Tnnfn ... IU.1.U bur. complete se. and is a short teat cause deformities with and regulations fcr of rule Sold Everywhere bab: 'ri growth. A life in not protecting ha-D.m': neglect tne can.-- ol weather. uth-- ash 0d0y's out witn Every mother should memorize tjric acid after each feeding. and apply the rules to the care baby daily. In summer frequent Don't excite the baby baby Here they are: of her own wet bathe hl especially before sleeping tine Don't kiss the baby on the Don't fa to clean all folds of or alter eating. or allow your friends to do mouth skin and powder well. Don't let Don't rock the baby to sleep.) a wet bib or wet cap string so. Don't give soothing syrup ro Don't let any one sleep witn the chafe babv's neck. baby. the cross baby. Don't keep baby in the house; cough Don't tfive "patent" Don't let the tmoy sleep in the fresh air is necessary for growth. mixture for a cough. sun with the hghi shining in its Don't fail to screen in the winfail to secure the best eyes. Don't dows particularly in the nursery buy. milk you can afford to Don't pick up a very young aain-- flies and insects. Don't allow flasto rest or feed baby without 'supporting ' the forget that babies Don't back. nipple. on baby's bottle or nursed by their mother's milk Don't neglect to bathe the and given plenty of fresh air, fail to wash bo:tfa and Don't have three times the advantage over others in escaping diarrhoea, pnuemonia and children's in fections. Mr. Marion Holeomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite D n't expect a quiet.composed, a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I vouici health v naby uafess you do your have pains and a heavy feeling after my Aeals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with part thoroughly and constantly. butter, oil or grease, I would spit it tip. I began-thave rfcgular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but Don't forget that a mother after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just who thinks her milk is not right seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard or sufficient for her baby may secure medical advice on how to THBDFOID'S improve it both in quality and quanity she should consult her private physician or go to the ht offices of Ike Depirtment of Health. recommended very highly, so began to use it cured me. I keep it in the house all the time, ft is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sjyk keadache or OF stomach trouble any more." ht acts on eurfeonPouMryRemedy the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysA few drops In the vUftElO tem. This medicine should be in every household for drinking water cures g A OPS and prevents white ULfAi use in time of need. Get a package today-. If you feel diarrhoea, cholera and other chick sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh todiseases. One 00c bottle makes 13 gallons of medicine. Pint bcNo, morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. price $1.20, makes S3 gallons. At ,. i -- D-in'- c -- I J , ....... ! v ti-ii- v s- - I t STOMACH TROUBLE o Buck-Draug- Black-Draug- neBrop -- uu ONE CENT A DOSE aw drureists, or sent by mail postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. Sold by ihe Jefferies Hardware Store 116 Eaat riatket Streei" Between First and Brook during the last on the witness stand, took occasion Louisville, Ky to claim full reponsibility for his son, Edsel Fordfs, claim for exemption from the selective draft. "He wanted to enlist," said Mr. Ford, "but I told him that he could do more good where he was. He was offered several commissions which would have permitted him to wear a uniform and stay right In 5E38C3iQ5C3BQ- the factory, but he wouldn't accept them." Having made their decision, it was shown, both Mr. Ford and his son refused to camouflage it behind a swivel chair commission carrying boots and spurs. This subject, the introduction of which has been awaited ever since the trial opened, did not develop along the lines which had been generally expected. Mr. Ford's inclination to COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. shoulder full responsibility, his statement that his son was absolutely $ essential to the war work being done in the factory and his revelation of the fact that Edsel Ford turned dowi several offers of a commission, disarmed criticism. The charges, spread during a political campaign, and recently repeated on the floor of the United States senate, to the effect, that the young president of the Ford Motor company had shirked his duty MX tg&swere so fully refuted that Tribune LOY. & LOWE! counsel did not pursue the point. It was the first time that a full exShop, wliere both Satisf act fcnarrd AlSanitary planation of the facts in connection Gratification are Guaranteed. with Edsel Ford's war work has been made public and it was easily the Give us a Trial and be Convinced. feature of the eleventh week of the trial. Henry Ford spent seven days on the witness stand and of this time he gave less than two hours to his own lawyers. As long as counsel for Tho .5W j.'- Tribune was hammering him Mr. Ford sat quietly in the witness chair answering the constant fire of questions gnwith great patience. But the instant his own lawyers took him in hand h!s LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. attitude changed. He became self, conscious and diffident. He would not Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Millior Dollarsc accept the efforts of his counsel to provide him with an opportunity to Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agentj Commlttce'and Trustee, and caa vriSt.as such in any County in thelState. reveal the full extent of his patriotic Pays 3 per cent Per Annum on Time Deposits. work during the war, his humanitariA. G.STITH. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. ta JOHN STITES. President. an views, or his advanced ideas of the relations which should exist be tween capital and labor. !TES!firKH5S( " "It is all in the records," said Mr. Ford. "It have told it all here once. He avoided, with care, anything that verged on boasting. He would not even describe the extent of the war I keep on hands a tun stock of coffins, caskets, and robe- work which his factories did and when I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses- record breaking performances in the We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. production of munitions was mentionOffice Phone 16.. Residence Phone, 29. ed he declared, "we did all we could, let it go at that. I want to forget Columbia.'Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, all about it. I feel just as the soldiers f'el. I don't want to talk about my war work." The witness did, however, after be. ing pressed, explain that his son 'had m mmmnmfflimiHfflffliron! fcoueht out the minoritv stnr.klinlrlprs tmmnffl!fflffl!ffliifflfflm of the Ford Motor company because these interests had insisted on Air m W Ford squeezing the last dollar out of It! V& the public, the government, the work parts of machinery to us and we Bring your broken crs and the product He wanted to rvw cut loose from his associates, he said, will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze bo that he could carry out his ideas m of tho distribution of profits to em. copper, and all other kinds of metal. ployees through increased wages aii-- m 7ff . to the public through lower prices. m It wis either buy or sell and Mr. Ford m had considered selling and organizing f a new company. His son, however, m took up the task of buying out the m . Wejarefprepared to do all kinds of machine workrno: minority stockholders and succeeded, w fj desp'te the general belief in the finsn m matter how large or small. cial world'that this stock could not be 9P1 purchased. One of the most interesting develop-ment- f m arfc -s of Mr. Ford's testimony came W i W' cut when it was testified that the onlv legislation he has ever sought wr.s We!are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor that for the protection of birds. Other ttt men of millions, It wjas shown, keep workand guarantee satisfaction on alll work, lobbyists in the naJbknal and statj S- caplbol to urge and6rk for special ... privileges, but the Sie favor that M- -. Fp;d has ever asked from the lav & makers had aotking to do wth hfe jj own interegfi. It was a curious bit gjT Machiatote Dealers in rterdware, Autigiobile of testimony and left' a deep fcnpred-sio- n tft on the andlenc is the court !H W Sunlies.- and All Kind of MichiielV. r chamber. n The subject was a result of ques - - KENTUCKY CANTPBELLSVILLE, tions conpin Mr Ford's list of friends. Ha named Thomas Edison and John Burroughs, the naturalist, as his best friends outside of bis Immediate associated. . Business KMtteac Pbone 13 B Tam J? 2 Litigation in whlchy Mr. Ford has been interested was another subject of interest It was shown that when the automobile business was in the Veteriury Surgeon and Dentist first years of lis growth all manufacDENTIST turers of motor cars were compelled given Diseases ota.1 . to pay tribute to what was known as Special attention KJmzr. Froit rooms in feffrisiSJSBS the Selden patent on internal combusDomestic Animals tion, engines. Mr. Ford fought this up Stairs. patent for seven years and won and "by Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on - KentismUysr Columbia, industry his victory freed the enti Jamestown road. i from its shackles and made possible the 'wonderful growth which has mark, Phie 114 G. ed the last few years. Ky: i The, News $1.50 and )Sx$$$S W. T. Mxe PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURED $x$$x& 3x$&$ 5K5K5K$K$K5K!5K$Ka335; Columbia Barber Shop 5K5K)K5K5Ki5K5K)K5K3SSI The Louisville Trust - - UNDERTAKER. i t I OxyAcety!ene Welding " AH Grades of Machine Work Aiixojn.. anu ractur tcpainn W w Reams Burkhojder Machine Shop w w w- L, Jrl. Jones mmm - v i ColumWa, i: 4-'Adair Goaaty Nevis The election of W. H. bhanks I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS But now that the treaty is ready and the Senate s innings are at hand, these Senators who have been most vociferous in their denunciation are not disposed to take advantage of the opportunity they have been so loudly demanding, to go over the treaty's provisions with the Presi dent. It is strange that critics of this type are so blind that they cannot see that they are making themselves ridiculous; that they cannot understand that his position will become impregnable because of their refusal of the opportunity to go over the terms of the treaty and the articles of the League covenant freely and frankly with him. He was instrumental in the drafting; he is more familiar with the terms than they. Is it not their duty under their oath of office to gain all information they may from him or any other source, so they can more intelligently discharge their duty when the time comeb to vote on ratification. We believe the American people feel that it is. National Democratic Headrr.swni.wsrortwwisi Published On Wednesdays. for LieutenandGovernor, is a good selection and is entirely -- . satisfactory, Mat Cohen was nominated for J.E.MURRHLL, Editor. Secretary of J State. Mcr. Henry Bosworth was nomiMRS. DAISY HAMLETT. nated for Auditor and Frank Democratic newipaper devoted to the Intereit Daugherty for Attorney Generf the City of Colombia and tha poxI of Adair al. John W. Newman was nom asd djcifilut conntlei. inated for Commissioner of Agfor as second riculture. The candidate Entered at the Columba' Treasurer had no opposition. jess mail matter. It is believed8that John C. Goodman was the favorite for WED. AUG. 6, 1919. Clerks of5 the Court of Appeals and Foster forj Superintendent Subscription Price 1st and 2nd IPostal Zone of schools. $L50peryer. At this writing the full ticket All Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 perlyear Payable in Advance can not be named. All Subscription due and frt Golan6ia.i Keivtacky- Post-offic- THE USiEVZRSAL CAR It is to your interest we urge that you always insist on Genuine Ford Parts being used in re- e pairing your car. It "Isn't practical to allow one little faulty or bogus part spoil a whole day's trip to town or cause you to miss is pleasure, delay hurry an imporsant business engagement. Remember that your Ford no stronger than its weakest point and that you cannot get the proper service, out of your car if you allow an unskilled mechanis repair it with anything but a genuine Ford Part made by the Ford Motor Company for Ford Cars, WE ARE PREPARAD TO ASSIST YOU. We carry a complete line of Ford Parts and have reliable mechanics employed in our shop to do your work satisfactory. , VOTE THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE. IN THE PRIMARY. Below we give the vote of the county, by precincts, in the race for Governor. In the other races we give the vote each can- didate received in thejcounty. The official count may make some slight changes: For Black. East Columbia, 63; West Columbia, 65; Milltown, 42; Gradyville, 34; Keltner, 3; Elroy, 67; Glenville, 64; Harmony, 10; White Oak, 40; Little Cake, 29; Pellyton, 21;LRoley, j.33; Cane Valley, 73; Egypt, 25; South Columbia, 69.3Total 638. Carroll. EastiSColumbia, 27; West Columbia, 45; Milltown, 7; Gradyville,:9;lKeltner,.l;;tElroy, 8; Glenville, 31; Harmony, 35; White Oak, 27; Little Cake, 6; JPellyton, 35; Roley, 15; Cane 9;Egypt, 17; South:Columbia, 15. Total,l290. Black's majoVal-lej- ji The resultlof the race for Congress between JudgeC. A. Hardin, Democrat, andJKing Swope, Republican, was alsur prise, as it wasf generally conceded that the former would be Jeasily elected; andfbeing sanguine had much to do with hisldefeat. Many Democrats in Adair county, perhaps five hundred, Jf ailed to go to the polls. Itjwas the same way all over theldistrict. Apathy manifested electedlCapt. King Swope to Congress, to.fill out the unexpired term of the late Harvey Helm As a result of this election the Republicans inJithe district are jubilant. On Sunday the following active Republican workers of Adairicounty, motored to Danville to congratulate Capt. Swope: Sam Lewis, W. A.&Coffey, T. R. Stults andfM. C. Winfrey. Negroes rioting in Washington, New York;iCity and Chicago, gives the peopleof those cities a taste of what the Southern states had to bear with for several years The parties listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. ed as regular service stations: but Genuine Therefore, they have been appoint- A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. SUBLETT & CO. , Cane Valley, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. THE BUCHANANLYON Incorporated COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. GO., ' CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. quarters. Rugby. Si, - J w Mr. Gillam Akin was in Louisville a few dsys ago undergoing a physical examination. Mrs. West Sparks is very low now with Typhoid Fever. We are having more fever here than we ever had before, mostly ' aaqaaaqaaaaa STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE rity, 348. Noel receivedI15 votes in the county. For Lieutenant Governor, W, H. Shanks!' received.L384 votes in the countylandiOldham polled 241. Shank's majority, 143. For Secretaryjof State, Cohen, 355; Hager, 145;McQueary, 143J Cohen's plurality, 67. For Auditor. Vance, 72; 321 ;Brouse, 54;IRawlings, 153. Bosworth's plurality, 42. For Attorney General. 242; Baner, 131; Daugherty, 186; Lisanby,38. Clerk of Court of Appeals. O'Connell, 168; Steger, 386; -- malaria. Mrs. John Moran, of Columbia is visiting relatives here this week. $ & Latest in Capes Waists, Plain and Fancy Dress SilKs. Your scribe is with the Bowling Green Nursery Co., t and will travel in Adair and Green, this fall, with a good line of trees and solicits your patronage. Mrs. Ella Rowe, the wife, of King Albert and Queen Elizabeth, of Belgium, will visit Rev. Wint Rowe, and the mother Washington, D. C, during the of your Sparksville correspondent month of J October and will be died last Wednesday, with acomguests at the White House. nlication of diseases. She had Preparations for their reception been a great sufferer for four have already begun. King Al- weeks, but left this world prebert is in the hearts of all pared to meet her Savior. She was 44 years of age and leaves American people. her husband and two children, The highlcost of living is going Simpson and Lenor, to mourn to be considerably cut. President their loss. She was interred at Goodman, 438. Superintendent of Public In- Wilson has aosharp axe and the the Antioch graveyard. Rev struction. Foster, 78; King, training will start soon, the Payne and Jesse, conducted the 025; Eubank, 596. first step to be taken is to dispose funeral services. Your scribe of $125,000,000 worth of food extends to the bereaved family Commissioner Agriculture. Uewmar, 532; Cecil, 89. that hadbeen purhased for our his heartfelt sympathy. armies. Every post master in forZcongress. Several from here attended Hardin received 1127 and the United States will be notified the speaking at Sparksville last Swope, Republican, 1697. of the reduction, and all orders Tuesday. In the race between the two for provisions, accompanied by Crops are looking good here .Republican candidates for nthe cash, will be sent to the pur- considering the dry weather. State Senate nomination, Brans-tett- chaser by parcel post. When the Gardens are about burned up. government starts the reduction, received 655 votes; The fruit crop here this year wholesale houses will neces- is a failure. the 132. sarily have to follow suit. For Justice of the Peace, CoRollin Stapp and Ernest Eng lumbia Magisterial district, Alland returned from France a few len Walker, 189; D. E. Phelps, MAKING THEMSELVES RIDICULOUS days ago. 120. Elmer Mosby, of Glasgow, visJolly Republican, for Attorney One of the Republican newsM, Shives last week. General polled 300 votes. Daw- papers gloats over the fact that ited at J. son, same party, received 545 certain Republican Senators do . Mrs. Mary Breeding, who has some time, votes. not indicate a willingness to ac- been sick for very slowly. cept the President's invitation to THE STATE PRIMARY. Mrs. Corbett Breeding and visit the White House and discuss The returns in the Governor's witn mm cne terms or tne peace children, of Little Rock, Ark., ' are spending the summer at Mr. race brought no surprises to the treaty. Democrats of Adair county, as Among the absentees are cer- Bob Breeding's. the most ardent supporters of tain Senators who have been F. A. Strange will begin his Judge Carroll admitted before loudest in damnation of the treaty school, at Marrowbone, the first to give the election that Gov. Black would and condemnation of the Presi- of September. We hate up. Strange and family win in the contest. His majority dent, no matter what he may or Mr. in the State is estimated to fce be may not do, And one of the Glensfork.. tween 10,000 and 16,000. The things they have damned him Democrats of Adair county will loudest for wm his alleged ten Wheat threshing is the order nake.no kick, but ill will work in dency to "go it alone," to refuse. of the, day in this community, brmcmy for the success of the to take Senators intQhia eonfiV andithe wheat crop is turning.out ticket in Novembr. dence. fine. Bos-wort- h, a a a 4 A V $ v A FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. . Mu-sic- k, j A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes. a A A A A A A A A A A FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS. Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. A A PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. er Bu-shon- g, Albin Murray Columbia, Next Door to The Adair County New Office. Kentucky 4 im-prov- es A AAAAAAAAAAAAA Thomas Taylor who has been sick for some time is worse, and in a very bad condition. Joe Morgan is attending court at Burkesville this week. , one sold William Samuels pair of aged mules to Tom Blakey A A A A A A AA A 0 AAAAAAAAAA NEW Wm. Jones and family, were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Thomas, near here last Sunday. GeorgeSmitb, of Coumbia, was visiting Elmore Wilkinson, last Wednesday. FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For ior Ethridge Bennett and Willis visiting relatives here Saturday Loy, sold two calves to Phelps the ,. stock buyer, for a fancy price. gad Sunday. Dr. Will Taylor, daughter and A little son of Laura Jackman, Bart Helm of Greensburg, was - $15. Distribution More than 50 farms described. Get yo.fr name on our mailing list at once. Semonin - Goodman Incorporated Loukvile, Kentucky. son, of Marrowbone,. Ky fere Columbia, Ky., is visiting relaviiitang Thomas - Taylor and tives at. this place, this wek. famiiy laat Saturday and Sunday. , ? A ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5fc in Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School, KENTUCKY. I J i Roots! Hides! Highest market prices paid for all kind Roots, Hides, Wool, Feathers, Dried Fruits, etc. " COLUMBIA, 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. ExRates $162 per year. cellent equipment, strong corps of teachers. Catalogue upon request. Fall term begins Sept. 2nd. teachers desire his service for another year, 4th. That we most heartily thank our worthy Secretaries, Miss Ida White and Miss Annie Ray Walkup, for their services in keeping a record of this meet-ing- . . maesw Public Sale Farm, StocK and Implements Household & Kitchen Furniture Of Do Not Sell Until Ypu See Me! Price List On Request for shipping tags. Consignments solicited. R. V. BENNET, Principal. Write L. S. DINKELSPIEL S. Brook INVITATION. We extend to everybody a cordial invitation to visit our store and look over Mr. W. C. Combest, Eussel Springs was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days 124-12- 6 St, LouiiTilIe, Ky. since Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Campbelisviile, called upon his trade here a few days ago. Mr. L. L Brann and wife, Libert were at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ournewstocksof merchandise, which we are receiving daily. Every dollars worth of goods we have is new, up to date goods, not a penny's worth of old shelf worn stock in our house. We will strive in the future as we have in the past to offer to our customers the very new est and best merchandise that canr be bought for since. Mr. H. K. Alexander, of Burksville, called to see Columbia grocers last Thursday. Skin Affections than "skin deep." Sufferers from skin affections have found the longed-fo- r relief in These are usually more For Harry C. Goodman, of Glasgow, visited last week, at the home of Mr. Mr the price. Our lines now Sam Lewis. Mr. N. T. Mercer, wife and son attended the furneral of Dr. Ira Simp son, at Burksville Mr. L. W. Bethurum, of Mt Vernon was here last week, in the interest of the Republican party. Mr. Luther B reck man, of Russell Springs, and D Do well same place, were in Columbia last Friday. Mrs. W. B Patteson and her son Mr. T. O Patteson are visiting rel- uEYONlst "The Waterway to Health" An American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the spring, without any condensing or fortifying. Not a drastic cathartic but a mild alterative and reconstructive. 5th. That we humbly thank the members and officers of the A. M. E. Zion church for the use of same for holding evening sessions. bth. Lhat we extend our thanks to our Supt,, Prof. Noah Loy, for his presence and words or. advice to the teachers of this county. 7th. That we thank the visitors of this District, and the citizens of this community for their presence and the interest they have shown our Institute. 8th. That we are highly in favor of a four weeks teachers Institute and the organization of a reading circle and moon light schools. Jesse P. Riffe, at his home located" 2h miles South of Hustonville, on Liberty Pike the Fate j& 3$ on Tuesday, ifully located and splendid water. is A113. (2, wUF At 10:00 O'clock, A. M. This farm contains 230 acres of the very best land in Kentucky; grow tobacco, hemp, com and wheat to the heart's content; crops are there to show the truth of this statement. well improved. grand old home. is The The farm abundant is beaut- Large frame house of 10 rooms, fine 'shade, fruit, and"' porches, etc., Delco electric lights, A A large bam, gramry, scales., garage and other outbnildings. make you money quick, this If you are looking for a farm that w3?. the farm to buy. No better neighbor- 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in a glass of water Prescribed by physi cians tor constipation, indigestion, rheumatic affections, high blood pressure and hardening of the arteries. on sale are principally for early Fall use. We especially call your attention, now to our shoe department," ing wh:ch we are showing everything new in Fall styles of footwear. Nice assortment Ladies Suits, Skirts, Dresses and atives in Green county. Mr. P V. Williams, of Mangum, Okla , is visiting his mother, Mrs. Helena Williams and his sisters. Mr. T. W. Taylor, of Campbelisviile was here Wednesday, making collections on insurance in a company he represents. On prescription irom your pnysi-cia- n or at your druggist. Free booklet on request. The Devonian Mineral Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owensboro, Kr. 9th. That we as teachers stand for democracy and that we unite ourselves together toj:on-tenfor our share of the rights, of a free demodracy. Cora L. King, Mrs. U. S. Bradshaw, Mrs. J, P. Harden, Mrs. Alexandra Jones, Miss Arrena Hughes,' Committee. d hood in the world. Farm is rented for this year. Buyer gels possession January 1, 920, with usual seeding privileges. G. C. Riffe, as 1 the place, will take pleasure in showing prospective place. buyers over is the i Mr. James P. had taken splendid care of it. Riffe had livee on the farm for 50 years an3 Nearly grass. three-fourth- s of the place Will also sell 60 acres of unimproved Casey county. land near Kidd's Store, in At the same time we a will sell a lot of household and kitchen furniture,; one family horse; 55 stock ewes; three bucks and four lambs, etc. lot of farming implements, including Also Mfersonville. July 21 a John Deere Sulky Plow, good as new; John Deere Disc Harrow; Corn Planter of same make; Cultivator; a new Mowing Machine, Rake, etc. Terms liberal and will be made known on day of sale.. 19 Muslinunderwear. Men's Furnishings. Wilson Bros. Shirts in newest effects in silks, madras and Percales. Neckties, soft and laundered collars, etc. Miss Amelia IUnriron returned from Feidav. where West Pomr. Mis . Mr. Charley Willis and wife, of she visited Misses Lizzie and Mary Akron, Ohio, arrived last Wednesday, Harris for five weeks to spend a few days with Mr. Willis An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Fannie Willis. lohn 0 Hnlladay jror badlv scalded Mr. L..O.,.Taylcr, who is tilling an .x important position at Frankfort, Staple Dry Goods are high but we have themiweek bought before recent ad-- J Rev. R. V. Bennett spent a varices and can save youjaisoastwee with his wif6 money. D We advise you to buy your Fall goods as early aspossible. You can rest assured that we will take care of your wants in our lines. It will not be Mrs R. H. Price came home to cast his suffrage. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery continues Mr. H. W. Edmon'ia-- , editor Russell to write her husband encourging county Advauce, J W. Kimbler, J. letters concerning her conditon L. Gaskin, W W. 0veus, J H. StephMr. and Mrs. Leo Bauldauf, LouisSprings, were ens, all from Russell ville, arrived at the home of Mr. i here Monday i Sam Lhwis the latter part of last few last Saturday. Dr R was called and administered. child is now better. Y.-Hind-man The Resolutions of the Adair Co. and Colored Institute. We, your committee, on Resolutions Deg leave to submit the children, who are visiting in Tenn- essee left last Thursday necessary forfyou to go elsewhere to buy goods or patronize the catalogue houses. Russell & Co. to visit relatives in Louisville, Somer set and Parksville. She will be absent following: three weeks. Whereas, We the members of Miss Pearl Cotley left this morning the Adair Counly Teachers Insfor Akron, Ohio, where she will titute havintr engaged in a most spend a few weeks with her brother, profitable and interesting SesWilliam Z. Coffey. sion, and whereas, we as teachers Mr. Tye Faulkner and two sisters, citizens of and of Kentucky Misses Rachel and Jessie, Campbelis greater and more viile, visited the Misses 'Hynes the America, see a urgent need of Educational first of thegweek. Personals Mr. P. D. Stone, Glasgow, was in -- Columbia list week. Mr. L. S. GoweD, Horse Cave, was in this place recently. Stanley Epperson made a business trip to Louisville last week. , Kr, R. T. Bridges, Bowling Greeu, was in Columbia last Friday. Mr. Bruce Grissom, of Michigan, visiting his mother aud sister. Mrtf. F. Ycst, of New Albany, Ind, was in Columbia a few days ago. Horse Cave, visited our drug men last week. Mr. John Q. Alexander made his regular trip to Columbia last week. - Mr. W. P. Nunnally, lliss Bertha Hovious, Knifley, was shopping in Columbia Wednesday. Mr. J. B. Higginbotttom, Creelsboro was upon our streets a few dajs since. Mr. J. F. Irvine, Burkesvilie. made a business trip to Columbia last week. Mr. J. W. and J. R Bradley, Hln cinnati, were here a few days since. Stephenson, Row, eoa, were in this place last Thursday. J. C and M. C. , work among our people, aud realize the great responsibility resting upon us as teachers, we offer the following resolutions: 1st Resolved, That we return to weeks visiting in Lexington. Crab fields of labor with a Orchard, Stanford and several other rour different greater zeal to do all in our powpoints returned home last week. out illiteracy from Mr. A. W. Glasgow, wife and child- er to strike ren, of Cattletsburg,are visiting at the among our people and to raiae home of Mrs. Glasgow's parrots, Mr. the standard of Education to its and Mrs. R. W. Shirley,near Mill town, greatest height. Mrs. R. J. Pentecost, Winder, Ga. 2nd. That we put before the and her sister, Mrs M. C. Carlisle, people in the communities in same city, are visiting In Adair county. located, those which we are Before their marriage they were Misses things that will not only benefit that, Mr. Wilmore? We believe surface by the Community overlay-dispure silver, practically o Baeeding. under all conditions of ordinary household service. Educationaly, but that that if the parksville letter is , them Mr. T. 0. Patteson, who has been will help them to see life in its written the News will print it, "1S47" stationed at New Pott, News, Va , highest sense and cause them to so, S. R. get busy. for some time, was discharged at Camp Taylor last week, Teaching home awaken to the needs of the hour. Joe K. Sparksv The only Silver Plated ware with an unqualified Guarantee thai- is backed? Tuesday night. He is looking in fine by the actual test of seventy years. we feel honored to 3rd. That health. have had the splendid service of Who does not dread the visitor E. YOUNG, Jeweler, Rev M. M. Murrell, wife and little of our most worthy Instructor, then thinks of somewho starts, daughter, Bardstown. are visiting at Columbia, Kentucky; w Prof. J. W. Bell, during the thing else to say; rises and then the home of Dr. J. N. Murrell. On of this Institute and that think3 of another subject of Sunday forenoon the former filled the session reaches pulpit of Rev. R. V. Bennett. A we are especially greatful to him conversation; nearley flies per minute? vainly atrivei, to end tbc xtei-Whlarge congregation was out' and the for, the many noble and inspiring the door, and moat probly nold-n- g lets ' speaker delivered a very entertalaing thoughts he has presented to us j a tax on the patience jmd View and break tb ratrafUgj. it open,' is'aro'usedjto a de'i discourse. . from time to time, and we as gree' of iaefiial v bril Hapcy'- - that poHteneae of-- the .listener, who1 bond of polite atteetiMij.. I. T E. Waggener is visiting her sister, Mrs W. C. Yates, Peters burg, Ky Her husband and little son, w.111 join her this week. Miss Martha Grissom who spent six Mrs. J A JXVt-- Editor News:- It having been some time I wrote your paper, I will try to give a bit of news. Crops are short of what was expected in this locality, especial-- . Executors Jesse P. Riffe, Hustonville, Ky, Iy the" potato crop. Col. J. B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. I am enclosing you a photo' of Tol Page, who was born and reared at Sparksville, Ky. Mr. Page's brother of th's city, receiv-e- d a letter last week stating that Tol had gotten drowned in a swimming pool, at Sherman, Tex a- .e ir r .1 .t mTvtir Tol had been residing at this 'g&jiirect irom tne rwvrTi9nei t. s rit tor tne ftJWb it lKuntD as the most desirable coffee ever are WAXATAN is classed 5as55Wi... place until two weeks before his (ff sented to the American trade, being- an extra large,. Ssirf' kcentered berry of uniform size. This coffee corner to jcxh? death. He was twenty years old 100 per cent pure notmixed orbI"T;o it is so heavily ladened with that - cb. and a refined young gentleman tropical flavor, possessine sucr by his z!mwmzl2tftwv who will be greatly-misselicious fragrance and aroma thatitsbonkl justly be termed- the couee friends, both in Texas and Adair mTWKwMtimrP Fk fc? SUPREME. TT. P.nn n..n P LZ Co. I wish to compliment the tsmmemD&stSSriv . rK?ite T WMtSB.mffSJSm iffl rr " i r su Rugby reporter, on his interests-in- g vmm&mag&zmNXirfts, i &? s c tt. will certaaaJy MraasrHsirfs.YKi it, 'ju-- .r-aengnvjoo. q is a pretty good letters, Alvin kc WiTKyn". news getter. Good work Alvin, S T'riT jizrwmBBi'it'mmmMT zvjicvw ifl & ,m n ni 2iB?W ni i Keep it up. yn1 M, M.nrVi 1 il K, jgi TliTT iJT ilrriTni T If Simpson dont do something pretty soon we:ll tag him as a "slacker". Vallas Dooley, of this place, has been on the sick " ..iiM . :'.V. f & rtJMAl-.rvv EMrJrZir3j'&j&X A Wv 't list for the past two weeks, but Mb WhMMiBi-r-- ' we are glad to report on the X mend. :r ic oons, .. a Louisville K. J. aeo an old man A few davs Represented in was found on the streets here, Tayior,Greeri and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders sick. , He was taken to police Campbelisviile, Ky. and examined. headquarters Was found to have between 5 wsa and 6,000 dollars on his person, s and bonds and receipts to the Community nine thousand dollars. amount of He had walked from New Albany to Jeffersonville to save a Like all Community Plate, the Adam design is finished with the heaviest .you think of jitney. What do of silver plate, and each spoon and fork extra protected at the wearing G. C. RIFFE CHAS. and s F. MONTGOMERY, n. iriv-y- . 1 - 1b-cio- us. d JrrjMf m 6- - vris rav i4:wi no. mmxmmsMM:m ryi. i m -- y r-- v it- - &'-"- iff 'IL lilTllTITnil rt t -- um nj4i ' &? hMmMM, - Vrf - aI.'(! s JTr" 1 fr -r , Plate Silverware. c, wear-pro- Roger Bros ----- - I. MMBHBHHHnHHHBaiB in-fift- at - 4 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 9 WANTED! Ten Thousand Dollars For An Intensive Educational Campaign In Kentucdy To prepare Kentucky women for citizenship. To prepare the Kentucky Legislature to ratify the Federal Amendment for woman suffrage, and for all measures granting political rights to TEE-PE- E V The Right Angle Store RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $2.75 2 2 I Ply $2.25 FLOROID. WHITE lixomtf ?MVPRCtfn?r.ro T UK rnti 9 MYERS-BARGhk women. 32Plr$3.75 PN $3.10 Ply $2.50 COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS i WANTED! One Two Ten hundred-dolla- r fifty-dollar Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Twenty Forty Fifty twenty-dolla- r One hundred Two hundred Five hundred One thousand twenty-five-doll- ar ten-doll- donor.. $1,000 donors.. 1,000 1,000 donors 1,000 donors donors.. 1,000 1,000 donors donors., 1,000 ar i Gent'sFurnishirjg Goods, Clocks, Etc. five-dolltwo-doll- donors, 1,000 one-doll- ar donors 1,000 donors 1,000 $10,000 Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE FLOURIIS TAFF OF LIFE Total THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years in ihe millibusiness enables us to make ihe very BEST and PUREST. We don't use anything but the best of wheat in making our Flour. Mail your check to Mrs. Jacob B. Jutliih, Treasurer and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. KENTUCKY EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION 2115 Murray Avenue, LOUISVILLE, KY. m Fiirniture, Carpets, and Druggets. We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. i i 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. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Bedp-teads-, We Solid Your Paronage. MYERS-BARGE- R oa W CO.,; a Dr OFFICE 161. Our Two LargejLower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. MEXICAN SITUATION. Carranza troops are threatening the American border, it was revealed in Congress when Senators and the Governor of Texas protested demobilization of the air service. Several times in the last few months American soldiers have crossed the border Federal and killed Mexican troops, Senator Fall said. Pres ident Wilson and Acting Secretary of State Polk held a long conference and it is believed that the crisis has been reached iti the Mexican situation and that the Government will take im mediate steps to end the destruction of American property and lives by an armed invasion of Mexico. Elam Harris H.ENTIST. OFFICE: ResIdence!133.K Second Floor Cor. Main andlDepot Sts if o ALL ' ;,,?! Ill Ii'i ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OFfEACH MONTH. : -- j BLUEBIRD Thurs & OAMPBELLSVILLE, ICY. Localand V i .( 1 1 i Mrs. John G. South, of Frankfort, former President of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, now First Vice President of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association and Chairman of the Political Science Committee of thp Federated Clubs which will work for the ratification of the Federal Woman Shows Regularly Sat Night AUCTIONEER 20&03 B lisiness ! m NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA. Solicited ) KENTUCKY. ADAIRIand ADJOINING COUNTIES &Mg&i ""i DEPP, mmm J. M. WOLPO&L), CASEY CREEK, KY. "Y - . The French and British do ndt bind themselves to lend Us an army and a fleet if wcare attackFarm for Sale ed by Mexico or Japan. And, as a consequence a number of The farm known as the land o critics are combining that we Tenlck Smith, located one mile west have again been victimized. of Cane Valley. It contains 286 acres, of the But the divided in two farms. The land will treaty is ualy apparent. It may be sold separately and then as a whole grieve a number of us to see this and the way the most money is realcountry assuming any of the ob ized will be declared the sale. This ligations implied in a foreign sale will take place the first Monday alliance. Perhaps they are right in September, if not disposed of priAny treaty at all may be bad vately before that date. This is a policy for the United States. splendid farm, all in cultivation, a But that does not make this good residence, three good barns, a treaty unfair. splendid orchard and it is well waterFrance is compelled to maintain ed. It is only mile from a stupendous army to overawe Campbellsville pike. For further German military ambition, and particulars see resulting financial burden This sale will tafce plana on the tb presses heavily on her economic farm. strength. She is forever on Administrate- -, 'BrSth guard and as Germany has a score to settle with us as well as with her, this is fortunate ivt Reciprocal. ourselves, Here is where Fftmce The treaty frhich we have' reciprocates. ligned with France imposes npon Great Britian also, It is welt ns the duty of sending another for m that England can pay for A. E. F. to Europe if Germany a navy which will prevent the Degins again to fortify the Rhine Germans from sending war ships valley, or to take other steps of to sea,anjl incidentally to our Own coasts. an aggressive nature. If Britian and France can pay The British are likewise bound another B. E. F. to the cost of eternal vigilance, we to send Prance under the same conditions can hardly call the treaty oneLansing All three of us are signatories sided. Wilson and probably had a few of these facts to the treaty. Now it would seem at first in mind when they signed it. that the treaty is a little onesided Central Record. one-sidedness -- ilrs. Clarence LeL&us, of Lexington, who is in charge o? the $10,000 campaign fund wlikto is to be raked by the Kentucky Kqual Rights Association. - SUFFRAGE PLAN OF WORK OF FEDERATED CLUBS OF KENTUCKY. one-ha- lf 38-4- t. Whereas, The conditions of war have revealed the problems of peace, and whereas, these problems demand for their solution e same concentration of, public spin? on the part of individual women and the same hearty among groups of- - women, the same htfjli patriotism in fact, as was displayed by"our women during the war, be it resolved, that we, the resolutions committee with these purposes in view, offer the following recommendations: VfeereastTli Federal Amendment for woman suffrage1 has been passed by the Congress of the United States, .and whereas, the 1020 session of the Kentucky Legislature will have the opportunity of ratifying this amendment, we recommend to the Federated Clubs and to the Individual membexs that they at once take steps to plSlge all candidates for the Legislature before the August primaries if possible, to the ratification of the Federal Ameadment and to the passage of all other Legislation securing the political rlghts of women. We further recommend that the Political Science Committee of the Fedwith eration work in close the Kentucky Equal Rights Association in securing the proposed legislation, and that, since the time Is now so short until the women of Kentucky will be full, citizens, we recommend that the clubs of the Federation take up actively the work of preparing women to use conscientiously and Intelligently their new political rights. The men of Kentucky are to hava the chance, either at a special legisHENRY W. lative session called for the purpose, or at the regular session next January to repair the injustice that is now be DETNTISaing done Kentucky women. Already states the women of twenty-nin- e Am permanently located in Co, t more than fifteen and a half million i women are eligible to vote in the lumbia. next presidential election. Are the women of Kentucky inferior to the Women of California, Illinois, ColoraAll Classes of Dental work done. Crow do or New York that they should be excluded from voting for the next d jte and Inlay work a Specialty," president? Do the men of Kentucky-desir- e that Kentucky should be alAll Work Guaranteed lowed to poll only one-haof her Office: next-dooto post office. adult population in the next presidential election while these other states are voting their full strength? Suffrage has been granted to the women of nearly all civilized countries. The United States is the only great nation inhabited by English speaking people which hasyjot already granted I will drill wells in Adair and suffrage by natioral act to its women. Britain, England, Ireland, adjoining counties. See me be Great Wales, Canada, Australia Scotland, and Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, of LexingNew Zealand have all granted full ton, President of the Kentucky Equal imLatest fore contracting. political rights to their women. There Rights Association. Is no question that the United States proved machinery of all kinds. will eventually be as fair to her lf r WELL DRILLER KENTUCKY FAIL TO MHST NOT Pump Repairing Done. Give women. 00 JUSTICE me a Call. J. C YATES Mrs. Bhfickenijidge Tells of Progress of Equal Rights In Other Kentucky has been a state fee 127 years. The men of Kentucky have been able durmg that entlr time to grant suffrage to Kentucky wome-bthe sfcaffes rights route. Ehy fttive failed to do so. This, in spite of the fact that the women of Kentucky have been working for over a quarter of i century to get th men to grant them suffrage by the states rights route. In all that time they have never even succeeded in getting a bill through the Legislature. Therefore the voters o Kentucky have never had a chance to pass upon the question. The man who talks About states rights now Is usually a man who has been an during all the .time that Kentucky women were trying to get suffrage feythe states xlehts route. y anti-suffragist FDf in tfie meantime the women of Kentucky arfd of the othor states' of the Onion have succeeded in fpttta a, bill through e United States to grant suffrage by Federal Amendment It is now up to the states to ratify this amendment. Though Uie Federal Bill only passed on the last dayofMay, seven states, t having regular sessions of the legisla tures this year, have already ratified it. Four states h'aye "ratified at the special sessions called for the purpose, and nine others have already called special sessions to do so. Kqptsas legislators came together for one day, waiving mileage and. per diem, and ratified the amendment. This was merely an act of chivalry to the women of the unenfrancnised states, since Kansas men had already granted spli frage to tbfelr own women by stUte farm, for Sale. amendment Iowa put through her g ratification in the It is located one mile east of mintime of one hour and forty-nin- e Columbia See- - Ssott- - Montgomery.. utes. Coti-gress do-oo- The onlxJiuestion now before of Kentucky is whether-the- y prefer to delay or to speed up of doing jusflce to American women. In all likelihood the Federal Suffrage Amendment will be ratified by the necessary 30 states even should Kentucky fail to fak advantage, of her opportunity to ratify. Were it possible for Kentucky legislators by a reactionary policy to defeat the Amendment, and insist that ftie women mu?t get' suffrage by tire states rights route, be to Increase all they coald the tebors and pwlong the efforts of Kentucky women, many of whom liwe already labored for "Hs greater part of their adult 1TJG te get the men of Kentucky to granl. thwa suffrage by the , sttftes rights route. Gentlemen, sare ydltr own time and patience and that of your women 1 Act promptly anAtfieoerously by liese, your hejpraeets, instead of waiting still longer for $mx hands to be forced ! The Lord loveth a cheerful giver. MRS. UESHA BRECKIXRIDGE. the-proce- ld record-breakin- 40 HT i&"- -.- Tram Twwrn ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Certainteed Roof irig a Certain-tee- d renders a war service. saves war supplies, because it is of materials which have no use in war promade ducts. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical Toofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Certain-tee- d Notice the Nobs They're scientifically placed to prevent skids and those dangerous side slips. compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d Vcr, as proved by its enormous sale. fa It is now the standard roof for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Their f irm,sure grip means safety. And yet, they don't "fight the road.' i 5 Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing HSjp Kvfv 1 - 7 ' ; . Office! & Warehouet in Principal Citie of America Manufacturer of Certain-tee- d r Just the tires for our kind of roads. There are four other United States Tires every one of them a good tire. No matter what your individual needs may be, we can fill them. Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods 'Rosai Cora' Wofito.' 'Chata' P0' Plain' S. M. SANDERS & CO. CAMPBELLSVILLE .aaoKOBOtjOSQgsoam 8 5 8 .'LJL.ii-ii- .ii KENTUCKY. '" inrnni; better roads 8 they are putting the hands 8 by our voting and on "n United States Tires are Good Tires We Know United States Tires areGOODTires That's Why We Sell Them. AUTOMOBILE LINE Gouimma and GampDellsville Mail Car Ford Car 8 the road to work, and they are 8 of 5 B r AIT I UriLu y $1.50, Round Trip, $2.75 $2.00 Round Trip, $30 of Special Attention to Traveling Men 8 9 8 8 On account of the License Fee $50.00, the High Cost 8 8 Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 8 8 8 8 1 p. m. 8 8 8 8 ) PHONEb. I Columbia, 123 Campbelisviuei W. E. NOE. 3GBOJ8G008Q808GS8 Tobacco Hail Insurance It is Too Late After the Hail Storm. I Q. R. REED, I Columbia, ) Gradyvllle, INSURANCE Keutucky. ----- $$ man of his age and we were all glad to see him. of Miss Eveline Simmons Columbia, is visiting relatives and friends in our community this week. Mr. J. H. Diddle of Adairville, passed through and called to see his old friends for a few hours one day last week. Judge N. H. Moss, wife, son visited their and daughter, daughter, Mrs. Penick at Greens-bura day or so of last week. Our road oversesrs are getting a move on them down this way. They see we cannot get g, We are suffering for rain . at this time. Our farmers would be glad to have a threshing machine in this section. J. D. Lowe, the well known shoe man of Columbia, was in our midst last week. Uncle Charlie Yates as usual about this time a year has two extra good mule colts. Mr. Will Smith of Cane Valley spent a day or eo with relatives in this commuinty last week. Mr. Smith ii looking well for going to see that the work is done too, and that our roads are made better. Our growing crop of corn and tobacco down this way is looking good and if we can have another good rain or two at the proper time we will have a bountiful yield of both. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vire who have been in our midst for the past month or so visiting their relatives will return to their home in the Lone Scar State in the near future. Mrs. E. R. Baker was called to the bedside of her father, Mr. Gaither Bryant, on Pettisfork Mr. section one day last week. Bryant is considered" to be in a very critical condition. Mr. W. B. Hill, who has been with his relatives this place for the past three weeks, went to Lonisville last Thursday and will take up his work in the near future with the Pratt's Food Co. Mrs. James Hoy and son, who have been with their relatives and friends here for the past three months left, for Bowling Green the first of the week where they will spend a few days and then will go on to their home in McGregor, Texas. Mrs. Silas Cain, of Columbia, is visiting her son, L. B, Cain and family this week near this place. Mr. John Ro3e gave a very interesting lecture of his services from the time he enlisted in Uncle Sam's service until he reached home on his return at the Baptist Church in our town last Wednesday night. Mrs. C, 0. Moss and her son, Herachel, are spending a week in Louisville. We understand that Mr. D. W, . SoldJBy W. E. NOE and G. M. STEVENSON, , jamestown. Kentucky. VERNON HOLT, fftL' 1W.i gJs-qIcir, -- Z vs I ft- - "msM..ii - "BijS&a-UC&b- c i an What you pay out your is cigarette satisfaction blended choice choice Domestic low-mildne- good money for 18 cents a package and, my, how of the tobaccos yet re- you do get it in every puff of Camels! ss EXPERTLY tobaccos in Camel cigarettes eliminate bite and free them from any taining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation I You may smoke them without tiring yourtaste! unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blencT brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel R. For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. Wla.ton-Salea, J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, -- N. C yi Coatiaued wee 8 Send in your Subscription to The News, $1.50 and $2Qto f i.r- - 8 ojfj. 1 THE ADAIR CQUNTY NEW' . - iiirH rW Irm irl i' it ASi Xi BBuBtMBv9BvXxt3v3Bv3BkBftBBKfcBBsfcKXhZRSkBMtBLSSl I IP t T mi ) ii it- 7i.'rA,N,r'- JLx.J rfiA SkBIBSEaKmR&BKKHrSSHikSKBK ' - i- - .ilr--v- ji faTJlMI r.MB-Tlgvi-'n- 4; i: V jj-- . j ;.!. J ., iuylj..l4ii avtt. ix.i. Axt. ...-,1i"i J'.Ji l',Ji HDkiHKsCKKSSkKKBHSKVitfPmKVflPSVr.'.TPrSaB rrw-v;-iJr'isY,v, diiWTT.hrtT-- Hi , . . K"I ! fl 'J 31 3 1 THREE GOOD INVESTMENTS 3 You let two of them pass you by, but the third one still offers you the opportunity to invest in an oil company officered by former Kentuckians whose honesty.and sability; are unquestioned. Their reputation and successful record mean security for your money. 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 lease 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 lf when the sand was found and should be worth far gusher, as 20 feet of rich oil sand was reported by the driller. This company's stock sold for two and more now, and will be another big dividend payer.' 2 one-ha- UNITED CHIEF can still be bought and now is the time to buy it before the' price advances. It has 77 acres in the great gusher field near Texas Chief Hartford and many others. Theo. Combest; vice president of Texas Chief, and a director of the Hartford, is1 president of the United Chief. A. C. Dulaney, vice of Texas Chief, and Sec'yv-Trea- s. of the Hartford, is Sec'y.-Tre- as. of the United Chief. These are men who stand high in the esteem of all who knowthem, and :their record in Texas Chief and Hartford certainly assure you of a square deal in the United Chief. 3 pres-ude- nt 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 on the 74 acre miles from Red River opposite the Texas Chief. tract in Block 820 between Burk Waggoner and Ramming wells. The company's other 20 acres is one and 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. Well No. 1 one-ha- lf 7--- IE 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, Most of the stock that was placed on the market is sold, so you should and successful management offers you a good investment. GRAB YOUR opportunity see the agent, or mail the coupon at once. to-da- y. United Chief Capital Stock Reference TirstNat,l. Bank.. Wichita Falls,. Texas. O. M. OH & Gas Company, - Wichita Falls, Texas. $180,000.00. GILLESPIE, Agent, 721 Ohio Ave.) Shares $1.00 Each. UNITED CHIEF OIL & GAS COMPANY. Gentlemen: Enclosed find Wichita Falls, Texas. $. 1 for The Hartford Oil & Gas Company's well is now in, and is one of the best wells in the field, making from 2,000 to 4,000 barrels daily. Better yet, the telegram we have states that the Cauble Oil Co's. well just West of our 50 acre tract in Block 834, is reported in for 2,000. This is unofficial, but it will probably be confirmed. Hold your United Chief stock, and increase your subscription, for it is the best buy offered. .shares stock fully paid and Address . immm Gradyvllle, Neli. 1. mmm flSWgygMSgg Continued from page Crops are looking well. Corn LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned andJPresed. WORTHMORE BRAND BOYS' OVERALLS "America's Best" A heavy, durable, economical, dependable boys garment; guaranteed to render the service demanded. Made of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with seams, featuring solid brass buttons and heavy elastic suspenders. They resist the strains, twists and pulls of use-t- he extra full cut size insures long service they're a pride and a pleasure.- 'America's Best." triple-lock-stitch- ed itinera of the Nell section has a comoination well on his farm 5311st completed by the (Ohio oil tCafi This well as we get it is three Lcarlred feet deep and has fresh ad&salt water with both black aw&s&ite eulpher. We have been .Informed that Mr. Kinnaird will 3et,hi8 water principally for 3tocfc. Bfessrs. "Durham & Hicks, of ng crops are good. The oil machine has been moved out to Charley Hindman's farm to drill a well. We are having a ;2goodj Sunday School with goodjattendance, Mrs. J. H. Mann and two childen of Glasgow, are visiting T:" PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. E. R. STOTTS, Hancock Hotel, KENTUCKY. I COLUMBIA, her mother, ker. Mr3. Carrie Wal- Born to thejrife" of Alpha cSceensbure, have just complet-,ed-s&vriJesse, a girl, mother Sand baby a large set of logs in doing well. t Wood country and have Mrs. Le3lie$Graves ofCamp-bellsvill- e, Quite a lot of first class erode and children! are ..Cat tv. sawing her father's Mr. Roy Walker. jaiupjpiog lumber. The Strong Hill's mill James Hunter spentlSSaturday rui&er directions of L. H. Hill- - night and Sunday at Gradyville tSerara first class mill man. with his folks. fee-Flaqrii-Qonefe- Republic Trucks Will Help Pay Your Income Tax .flssBMKAnisssssflBsSrN. BBBhBBBBBSSBBBBSBBBbSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBL Meadows have been cut and Campbells vllle put in several days are very good. ,iSies3ES. Atwell and Oo., of IisssTssmF You receive "v'MBb? vege-jtable- s, one-thi- rd one-fift- ifois week in moving the machin-Ver- y of the Ohio Oil Co., from the ffxey. of rfic $3. M. Hindman a few miles idotrn en this creek below our fctotro. The company we take it ed& D. W. Kinnaird of Nell, ,&urethat they will strike open-jLop&i There hasjbeen somesickness but all are better now. Sparks and Jesse have bought lambs here. Mrs. Mary Pell was to see her sister, 'Lizzie Pullam, last week who has "been sick but is arrive at the market. how much little reyen ue from your farm until,yourJproduets &3&erieas Chan two thousand better now. Mrs. Carrie Shirley and little a large oil field in this aaugnter or inaianapous, are ipwp of the county. We know there visiting her sister Mrs. Rufus a oil .down on this creek for it Pulliam. 'fesfe. Tins welt maybe th hay or livestock, you can, with a Republic Motor truck, h to haul a larger load and return home in the time required by a team. In a year's use a Bepub'lic will naturally sav you many times the amount of your lncoriie' tax, besides cutting down your actual working hours and giving you more time for leisure, amusement and other duties which farmers have not. in years past been able to find time for. Investigate REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS now. It costs you to del Iver' them. Whether you are marketing dairy products, grain, fruit, And the net profit then depends largely on '1 Every seam is triple-lock-stitch- BBBBB Manufactured by , J. ZINSMEISTER & SONS INCORPORATED J9HK LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY fully demonstrated. DISTRIBUTORS Mrs. Wiil Walker is teaching Taylor, Green and Adair Counties byR. C, Borders 211-2Louisville, Ky. Yates & Co of Columbia our school she is a fine teacher. W. Liberty St feB6. yCaniDbellsviller Ky. 2 i&wfet&een very successful in We have had such a good basing wells in this section for rain which will help everything while they feave followed the farm fo? Sale .ti&past'sonth. They pat down so much. same course marked ont by It la located on mi'e east of with limber with plenty of good A. f A. Pulliam lost a buggy Habit has much to do Soaae here to old methods, forgetting their fathers in the decadss Columbia.,.; See Scotc MomgoaKJryi . socceas on the farm. tMtthe worWiMaa progressed, V9Sr mare this' week." fti'wattr learn nothing,,, but ad- - aad agriculture revolutionize, J gone by. farmer re rf s . . i'j. r J rev.-''. 17 jiilbeen Peter M. Antlriot & Sons Represented in j . - -,- '; '- -