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A barrel of the oil was shipped down the Cumberland River and through New Orleans on to England with the avowed purpose" of having it analyzed by a British chemist, but unfortunately it fell into the hands of parties who became alarmed and suspicious at the dark, oily, unfamiliar cargo, and it was dumped overboard into the Atlantic. Later on, however, when the fame of petroleum as a medicine began to nt ountu Stems COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY May . ij VOLUME XXIII 26 1920. NUMBER 31, OIL NEWS. Mr. Bee Whifcls field manager for the J. E. Carnahan Oil Co., and one of the busiest men to be found anywhere, made a flying visit to town last week. He reported their opera tions in different sections p regressing favorably, and they are counting on some good additional production in kailroad Officials Visit Columbia. and pulmonary trouble set npy, terminating in her demise. Before she was attacked with flu she was Among last week's visitors here were Messrs. Hall Hagemeyer and C. very rosy and healthy a very attractP. Hagemeyer, of Cincinnati, O., the ive young lady, and was a favorite former Vice President of the Oneida throughout Cane Valley Ineighbor-hoo- d; consquently her death brought and Western Railroad Co,, now building from Oneida, Tenn., in a North- the greatest sorrow to the home and westerly direction to a connection a large circle of friends. with the L. & N. system at or near The funeral was held Wednesday or Campbellsville. This ISA was the first visit of tbese gentlemen to this section, and their coming at this time was for the purpose of getting a general idea of the topography of the territory in advance of surveys to be started in the early future. ..? stx' &SHHwfSHHHi ' The line has already been completed to a point near the headwaters of pS&wE BBHHBWflE Wolf River, Pickett county, Tenn., and is to be extended via Albany, HBBaWfllP' K aVflBj&& illlillsilM Ky., and along the most feasible route ilk BflVflRpTr iH jpHHpHHBlHnMdgsgJ through the counties of Clinton, Russell and Adair, and it would seem that the logical conclusion to be drawn is that suoh a route would pass through Columbia. The Hagemeygrs have extensive coal and lumber interests in the territory through which the road passes, and they are vitally interested in getting an outlet for their products, and at the same time reach a stock and agricultural section such as is found in the counties in Kentucky through which the line is JUQQE RALPH GILBERT, to be built. After consulting with Democratic candidate for Congress in the; Eighth District, Mr. J. N. Coffey and others here relawill speak at Columbia, Saturday afternoon, May 29, which will be tive to the best routes through Adair, and imparting the information that next Saturday, at 1 o'clock. His opponents are cordially invited their engineers would be In this sec- the near future. p, Representative oil men from differ .C ent sections of the country have been flocking in here for the past few days, spread, it began to be commercialized among them being operators from and it was put up in dark, half-piNew York, Oklahoma, Cincinnati, bottles, with the name "American Glasgow, Bowling Green, etc. Many Oil" blown in them, and it was sold of them have holdings in this section, every where at fifty cents a bottle. and others were trying to secure de- This well still flows periodically alsirable leases, particularly in large though it has been for years covered blocks. to a considerable depth with mud and Some local deals for acreage were gravel, and it attracts a great deal of closed at good figures during the past attention not only .to outsiders but to week, but they were of a strictly pri- the local people as well, they never vate nature, and no figures were given having lost interest in it. out for publication. We are reliably A gas well of great capacity was informed, however, that satisfactory drilled in a few days since near Saloma, prices were obtained by the sellers. Taylor county, some ten miles out Some very choice leases are now being from Campbellsville, and while no offered for sale in this and surround- official test has been made of the proing counties at prices that are very duction still it is said to be one among attractive, but I predict that the the largest gassers ever found in the time is not far distant whea acreage State of Kentucky. Both CampbellsIn this section will be commanding ville and Greensburg are already befancy prices. ing supplied with gas from the Taylor After unlooked for delays, caused county fields, and this additional by rains and bad roads, the Carnahan strike naturally pleases the users of It Oil Company has begun drilling oper- in that section. Mr. W. C. Leonard, of New York, ations on the Ernest Flowers farm, some four miles from town on the President of the Leonard Oil Com- to be present and will be given an equal division of time. The laJamestown road. This is the first pany, was here during the past week dies are especially invited. The Judge hopes to be greeted with a "close in" development in Adair en route to Cumberland county, where county for many years, and the prog- the company 1b preparing to engage large audience. ress and result of the work will be in development work on a large scale. Death of a Good Citizen. Columbia Baptist Church. closely watched with a great deal of They have three drillings rigs there at interest. It is confidently believed present. A large supply of casing and there is oil to be found in paying other materials have been received Last Saturday morning Mr. Thomas On Sunday night, May 30th, there quantities in that locality, and I within the past few days, and opera- will be a special service for the young, Grant, who lived ic the Mt. Carmel trust expectations in that direction tions will be pushed forward as fast as people of the town. A special prp' neighborhood, died after a long illconditions will permit. may be fully realized. gram of song is to be arranged. The ness. , Dr. Roy Armstrong, formerly of sermon About three year ago the deceased A query from Roxbury, Mass., to will be a challenge to young Russell county, but now located at met with a stroke of paralysiSj- - from the Texas Oil Gazette, Ft. Worth, manhood and womanhood to consider Texas, asking for information regard- Augusta, Ga., passed through town the claims of Christ on their lives. A which he never fully recovered. He ing production ef the largest oil well Sunday on his way to visit friends cordial invitation is extended to ev- was a man who had the respect of near Creelsboro. The doctor takes a erybody. his entire neighborhood, and he In the world, is answered as follows: lively Interest in oil development in "The greatest well in the world Monday night, May 31st, there will will be greatly missed.He was a member of the Methodist from a standpoint of production was a this section, and he frankly admitted, be a special service for the women and while here, that all reports he had elrls of Church and lived his religion every well in the Tampico region of Mexice. the town. Miss "Louisa Tunkfir. produced 168,000 barrels of been able to secure, both government! for many years teacher lff a Girls, day in the weak. ' He was about 65 This well oil a day. The greatest well ever and otherwise, regarding Adair coun High School in China, will lecture. years old. brought in the United States was the ty, led him to believe this immediate The Women's Societies in the various The funeral was conducted SunSpindietop No. 1, the discovery well section would prove to be one of the churches are invited to be present and day afternoon, a large circle of in what is now the Spindietop field best oil fields to be found anywhere. get the benefit of this service. Miss relatives and friends being present. Messrs. I. C. Phillips, Tulsa, OklaHe was the father of Eev. W. A. in southeast Texas. This well came Tucker is a capable speaker and has homa, representing large oil operators Grant, a prominent Methodist to production twenty years ago last had considerable experience in China. from that state, nd T. P. Hindman, February at 120,000 barrels of oil a This is a splendid opportunity for the minister. of th Trigg Lease Syndicate, Glasday." women and girls of Columbia to begow, have been spending several days come better acquainted with the re- A BIG FARM AND TIMBER SALE At present when so much interest in this and adjacent territory getting ligious, political and social conditions is being manifested in the production a line on general conditions and look-in- g existing in that parfrtJl the Far East. Stock And Farming Implemenfs; 'of oil and gas in this section, the over acreage with'a view to InauA cordial welcome is extended to all Teaders of the News will no doubt be gurating drilling campaign in this glad to learn something absolutely those who are interested. section at an early date. They exBy reference to bills stuck upit reliable regarding the Great Ameripressed themselves as being very much will be' seen that- I will effer my can well located near Burksville, For Sal. impressed with the general outlook farm and a number of acres of timberCumberland county, Ky. Space forfor production in Adair, Cumberland ed land, stock and farming Implebids me going into details regarding and Russell counties, and left here Two fine homes in Columbia. ments for sale on Saturday June 12tb, . this well, but a few facts, backed up Monday to inspect the gas fields of the sale is to begin at 9 a. m. Pros6 R House, 2 acres, $2,500. by the last report, 1919, of the il Taylor county. pective land and timber. buyers will be 7 R House, 3 acres, $3,000. and Gas Resources of Kentucky, Mr. J. Y. Brooks, Engineer of shown over the land. issued by tha State Department of 7 R House, 2 acres, $4,0,00. Mines, Louisville, representing the- J. W. .Burbridge, Gadberry.Ky. Geology and Forrescry, may not 'Hr; IBglv'KwB Greensburg morning at 10 o'clock and a large number of relatives and friends were present. A JoKe Well Played. ! tKHr I There was a ripple of "oil excitement last week over the public well1 which is being put down on the square near the court-housand for a little while In was believed by some san guine persons that the bit was rapidly approaching a rich oil find. The driller when down about 40 feet in a e, limestone rock mischievously conclud ed that he would perpetrate a little joke on the public. He procured a cup of oil which he poured into the well, and after a little while drew up the deposit. This was submitted ta two of the nil experts of the town-O- ne declared the sand indicated a prospect for a rich strike; the other pronounced it "Beaver Sand," the technical meaning of which we do not know, but in any event it indi cated untold rlche3 further down. , Sale. J. T. Lloyd who lives near the Fair-Groun- tion at no distant date, the gentlemen left for Albany via Creelsboro. - Columbia, Ky.t will sell all of his household and kitchen furniture with farming tools, horse and cow on Family Reunion. May 29th 1920. Sale commences at one o'clock. Mr. T. B. Conover and wife, cf Big Springs, Texas, after a lapse of thirty n Colored Man Dead. years, arrived seme weeks ago to spend happy das in the neighborhood of iTed Murray, who was seventy years their childhood. The idea was conn old, to many citizens of, ceived to have a reunion of the Con-ovof Adair county, died at his home, as brothers and sisters, there being Campbellsville pike, this side of the twelve in number. The day was fixed Cheatham Bridge, last Wednesday for Sunday, the I6th, at the old homenight. He had been on the decline stead, where Peter Monroe Bryant for several months, and his death was now lives. All the family were presnot unexpected. He was buried near ent, save the parents, who died some his late home Thursday afternoon, a years ago. Besides the twelve brothfraternal lodge of which he was a ers and sisters, the neighbors came In member, officiating. droves, and it is estimated that over two hundred persons were present. Next Sunday, the 30th, will be A magnificent dinner was spread decoration day, and we take it that and the day was spent in talking of in the afternoon the people of the events of "Old Lang Syne." It Columbia will meet in the cemetery was an occasion that will long be re- and strew flowers over the graves of membered, and Mr. T. B. Conover departed loved ones. Some person and wife will return to their Texas should be selected to deliver a home happier than when they left. memorial address. The ladies, of They may not all meet again in this course, will look after the sinful world, but by correct living and obedience to the Lord, they have assurances that there will be another "You can fool a part of the people meeting around the great white some of the time, some people most Weil-knowwell-knower . song-service- - throne. " of For Sale. AFord dition. 2t. C. touring car, in good E. Olayconrt), B11S3, con- be-o- of place at this time. This well was drilled in the year 1828, not with any idea of. getting oilv but rather salt. The party who was drilling, a Pennsylvanian, whose name has been lost, made the statement, that he would lther get salt water or drill into hell. Flowing production was encountered at a shallow depth and the oil and gas escaping caught fire, and the driller, thinking he had opened up the infernal regions :beneath acknowledged that he had failed in getting salt, but had done what he promised and opened the door to higher thermal regiois, and lie was so thoroughly convinced of "Bis failure that he did not stop to sell his belongings, but immediately left the country, returning in disgust to his native hills in Pa. The oil came forth On such quantities that it flowed down the little creek on which the well was located, into the Cumberland Elver, and at a point forty miles below Burkesville .the flow .became ignited and resulted in the very unusual Greenbrook Oil Syndicate, New York, - Good Business building, Cheap. :".' -- Ky. the time, but you can not fool all the people all the time." People who live in weatherboaaded houses, eat cooked food and wear store clothes, can tell seng when they see it growing. The last sentence is the judgment of Neigh bor Hatcher, and he knows a thing or two. arrived here Monday to meet certain Eastern parties who are- coining this week for the purpose of inspecting Russell county territory. Political Speaking All three ,of the Democratic candidates for Congress will speak here next Saturday afternoon. It is Judge Gilbert's appointment and Col. Frank Rlpy and Mr: Davis are invited, and we understand that they have accepted. Come in, everybody. . t 240 A. Choice. 4 miter but. r" o z farms, nestnme. near town. - .... :i TNfKetifrefiCo: 'Office: 'Jeffries Hotel., A chair? off my motorcycle-droppeoff last a 'nday on Bomar .Heights. I know who picked it up, and it had better be delivered. r Wyatt Canbver. ' -- born in Columbia, tat reared at home of her parents, Mr. ,and- Mrs. In; Io) will sell household 'and kitchen Lebanon. Mrs. Lou F. Miller, of this J.D.Todd. The followingare new paid subscrlb1' 'furniture. At residence Saturday, place, la his grandmqther. ers and renewals since our issue ofTask' Bargains. i May 29. Sale to commence at 9 a. m. Tuesday. .: beThe Chautauqua will be here Aima uravens, reter n. nfitaam, li 0. D.- - Arnold. fore you know it. The dates for O. K. Giant Battery and: other unW. H. Flowers, Maud C. Crawford.JLJ entertainment are listed stocks. " this .high-clas- s ."E. Boason, O. 'T. Smith,, filbert Mr. P. C. -- Jones, of East Fork, hffuly 9 to the 14th "inclusive. ..The Clarence Bretsch, - Uoach, T. B.'Conover, Velora Iqyse, never- - had anything good In his life Stock Specialist,. 9. A. Myers; "H. C. Hudsont Geo. .but he .was. willing to divide with a forerunner stated that it was one of the best Chautauquas now appearing 714 Broadway, Gary, Ind. The First National Bank has just Yates, J. H. Peliey, C J?, Puyal, L. friend. He is a. very successful before the public. received an improved Hosier safe, one - BWilson, Charles Hammpnd, A. E. tobacco grower and at stripping . . The District Conference ior the Cothat can not be entered by burglars, Jief twich, Mrs. Ancle Thomas, Mrs. time he lays aside choice "hands for at' Cane Valley. Sid; Dealti lumbia DiBtrlct, will convene at1 either by drilling tor combustibles. OrviuetJneatnam. himself and special - friends. Last Greensburg at 9 o'clock tbii WednesThis safe cost a pile of money, but '' week he sent the editor, of The News Last Tuesday morning Miss Nona day morning. It embraces a. number Hissing. the bank officials did not consider, the a nice selection and it is certainly Smith, daughter of Mr. W. C. Smih, of counties and a large delegation cost, their anxiety being to protect i being .enjoyed. We hope his coming V,A black sow shoat; will weigh 70 to eighteen , years old, died at the, will evidently be present. Revs. R. the cash deposited in the bank. crop will bring him a snug sum of about home of .her father, a victim of Y. Bennett, and Jesse L. Murreli 80 pounds. I will pay for information. money. B. Brlney will preach at'the I pulmonary trouble. She, oontncUd will attend from this: place. Rev. TL. - P. P. Dunbar, Eld. J. Christian Church next Thursday Vf j i ColumbUvKy. .,..-- ? Bunch of keys found. Call at this flu more than a year ago, that Ji Wade will preside over th confer . night.1 , affliction leaving, her with a cough, lence. offlceV was - Paid List. It. Mr. Geo. Bianford Miller, son of Mr. George Montgomery, who Mr. R. W. Miller, and a nephew of recently returned from Texas, has Mr.- Henry N. Miller, this, place, will be, married on, Tuesday, June rented Mrs. Minnie Johnson's- resi1st, to Miss Virgiuia Rachel Holmes, dence, on Burksville street- in which he and his wife will to eo housekeep Birmingham, Ala. The couple at Decatur, 111. The groom, ing. Mrs. Johnson wfll remove to the will-resid- ..i-i- -- .; - ' - . . -- 1 -- . :- '- - i h f 2 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS --JL ' p:ie2croduct'of'xpmence ' 9 $ i ' i ' A Hill Climber, a'Gasoline Saver, , I I I and an Easy Runner. &w Painihu the '' '' Vaylightmeihod a . . . Price $1,275'. Come and see" " In buying paint get one that comes out""in broad dayhgjit" and tells you what it contains. SChe formula printed on every package of Hanna's I ll and Have it Demonstrated to Yon I ' "fll JSETHHIiiw"! I wtmmms I1 If l! 9 ffTOWb Sal-e'o- v ml HANNA'S GREEN SAIJ EASED 'give) you mayimom SERVICB, I 6 crotecfe. JUBU "ytUI iV1 your M,!M I I DAVIS HARDWARE COLUMBIA, COMPANY KENTUCKY. EVERYTHING IN I Chevrolet "Four-Ninet- y" Sedan, $ . b. f.o.b. Flint, Mich. j Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING Stael Pence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incornorstcd BUGGIES AND WACONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices." ing and walking plows, all kinds Rid1 CO- - at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. 16 EaatMakcl Street Between rirsl and Broch LouisviMe, Ky. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. ON GREENSBURQ, W LEWS KENTUCKY. v3!i!''i?"' a a w fi S $G8G8G3Q3GGGi3C3g3 AUTOMOBILE LINE Columbia and Campbellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 9 TAKE THE B1Q RED CAR. -- Hs 8 6 Jamestown. er improvements in the way of The Columbia mail failed to Knifley. erecting residences and business reach this place several days of of The oil prospects in Russell houses. The health of the community last week on the account There are a few men in the county is freely discussed here is very good at the present time. high waters." Miss Reedie Tucker spent daily. The strike at Creelsboro county who have manifested a Mr. W. I. Ingram, of Cobrought a wave of desire for office and who will lumbia, is visiting relatives at last Saturday night with Miss has enthusiasm over the entire coun be candidates next year. Montra Sherrill. this place at this writing. ty, and many Ibelieve that big,,! Wheat in this county looks Born, to the wife of J. R. A son of Mr. Jim Weather- things are not far in the dis good. Farmers are behind WaymanJMay the 3rd,'a daughter. ford of Yuma, spent last Satur with corn planting. Mother and baby day with Mr. Walter Bowen tance. Lillie May. The Russell Circuit Court doing well. of this place. When yobr breath is bad, appetite will convene the third Monday poor, and you feel "blue" and discour Died, on the 6th of May, Miss Miss Lorena Bault visited her in next month. The sheriff has aged, you need Herbine. One or two Zetta White, daughter of Mr. cousin, Miss Ruth Garner, of this commenced serving papers and doses will set you right. It is a great Bvarett White. Interrment took place, from Saturday till Monday summoning witnesses. system purifier. Price, 60c. Sold by place at the Frank White Adv. The big meeting conducted by Paull Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Sanders Graveyard. spent last Saturday night with Rev. Pat Davis closed some days LaKe City, Iowa. The social given at Mr. Volney latter's f ather.Mr. John Arnold. ago. It was a very successful Dunbars last Monday night was and wife revival. There were about forty Editor of Adair County News: largely attended and all reported Mr. Delaney Cundiff Terre-Haut- e Ind., are visiting professions, and thirty of that Will drop a few lines to the a nice time those present were: of in this neighborhood number united with the Metho- paper. The News always gets Misses Lettie and Minnie relatives dist Church. Rev. Davis went Knifley, Montra Sherrill, Reedie at this writing. hera on Saturday, and the first from here to Monticello. sonotMr. Thelbert, the little Tucker, Nellie Gose, Ina Hovious, f have m&de inquiry of people thing is to ask mother "where is kick Edith, Stella, Ruby and Haze and Mrs. Lon Baxter, was living out of town, and they the paper?" The weather here Chelf, Hazel Knifley, Nannie ed in the mouth by a horse say that there will be lots of has been fine for planting corn Humphreys. Tannie and Rosa last Sunday afternoon knocking peaohes in this county, and and thousands of aeries planted, and there is quite a lot Bryant, Esther Bryant, Montie 11 teeth out and fractured his that apples have- not been to plant. Oats are doing good Hovious, May Bowen, Bessie upper jaw bone. Drs. Heistand, damaged. for the season, and what apples Absher, Messers. Hascal were Gowdy, of There is yet, some talk of a 'are here have begun to Tommie Gooden, Bill light plant in Jamestown, but there called; " Knifley, William fall. Corn is selling at $1.50; Hancock, 'Young filled his no one seems willing to take the oats, 81c; Irish potatoes, $8.00 Rev. Luther Chester Shelf, Dempsey Bault, lead. It is sadly needed, and I per bushel. Eveny thing here is Kufus Feese, Sam Hancock, regular appointment at Koley know of no enterprise that sky high. Wages have MbGaha, Talmage last Saturday and Sunday. raised Irvine would be more beneficial to the and can't get a man at all, and Knifley, Marvin Bennett, Gobel Mr. and Mrs. Thelbert Cox town. It would make the old the women can't get any help in Wheeler, Wfll Harden, George visited the latter.' father, Jim place look alive, and would the house. Offering any price Stapleton, Gharlie Gooden and Cathers, Saturday and Sunday. stimulate our citizens for great for girls. People work here on Jim Humphrey. . Mc-Dermott, Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:80 p. m. and 6 1 p. m. A PWOMPq i Columbia, 123 9 W. E. NOE. eK 33&0OO3$?3$2O8GanBi;38S2G382;$S3$ Colun bfe Barber Shop -- X LOY & LOWE X A Santtary Shop, when both Satisfactionand Gratification axe Guaranteed. Sunday, in the fields. The roads have been good, but it has rained and the mud is bad. It has turned cold and looks like snow. This is a fine country, when the fields all get green with corn and oats. It looks like now they will be tthite by moraiing. I will close by giving my regards to the peopleof Adair Co. If this eseape the ,waste basket, write again. Stanley Blair. m m aeef! Give Jus a Trial ad be Convinced. eg Roy. & There has been but little farm ing done in this section, owing co so much wet weather. Mr. C. H. Bailey had the mis-- , fortune to lose cow a few days ago. As news is scarce I will close and give room for a better writer. Wishing the News and its many readers good luck. For Sale. We have farms in Adair Co.,rtr desirable homes In Columbia for sale. "Wanted Five whlta.girls to work Gall on or write to Graven &lTeat, in Hotel. Geod wages and room aad real estate dealeis, oS3ce,,2ad floor Jefboard. Write Hardesty 'Hotel. fries. Bldg., (Balsnabia, Ky. . Lebanon, KyJ .. 2tf ADAIR tha dresses, for southern wear, the apron Is the most prominent feature. FOR It may be so diminutive that it Is hardly larger than a bib and It may be large enough to form the skirt front AND BALL or back, but It is sure to be an apron. Pink Taffeta Afternoon Frock. A rose pink afternoon frock is typl cal of many and In a very Short Skirts, Short Sleeves and charming way. others silk is the color The of a frosty raspberry Ice, with a girdle Oceans of Ruffles and Trimof ribbon of lavender which tones In mings for Debutante. so well that one Is hardly aware there is any difference of color except that the effect Is delicious. The bouffant GOWNS TO SUIT YOUNG GIRLS skirt stands out at the sides as a result of the cordings set in a deep band about the hips. This in the overskirt, Everything Designed in Frocks With for there Is a slightly narrower underskirt beneath. Eye to Requirements of Misses-L-ittle The short sleeves are finished fwlth ApparConsideration a bit of the embroidered organdie and ently Given to Matrons. COUNTY NEW t ATTIRE THE -- :& PROGRAM For . PARTY Columbia District Conference Greensburg, Kentucky. May 26-3- 0, 1920 EPWORTH LEAGUES Wednesday, May 26, Morning. 9:00 A. M. Devotiona,l Rev. Owen T. Lee. Organization. This season the debutante and the subdebutante are coming into their own. After two years of utter neglect the debt piled up is to be paid, and paid in full with all past interest due, observes a leading fashion correspondent. Parties, dinners and dances galore are on the program, one crowding the other so closely that two years' reserve strength would seem a necessity. It seems, too, as if everything had been designed in frocks with an eye to the requirements of the debutante short skirts, short sleeves, oceans of ruffles and foolish little trimmings and the matron will have to find something suitable as best she maj. Now, It Is a well known fact that seldom does the very young woman favor the type of dress that her elders would choose for her. The adorable youthful models hold no particular charm for the adorable youthful girl, but all this has been cleverly attended to by some one who understandsrthese matters well. The vamp and the baby vamp are out of the running to a great extent, but It is a bit too soon to expect a direct change, so in spite of soft colors and multitudes of ruffles there is frequently a touch of sophistication. If the very young woman Is a bit determined she will finally win, for back In the corners here and there are some deliciously subtle frocks, even to those of black chantllly lace, which no one could possibly call suitable for the debutante unless one should iee the modifications as shown In the models. Colors Fresher and Clearer. As to colors, the matron again Is in for a very hard time if she Is to continue in the height of fashion. . Be it admitted that the colors are fresher and clearer than ever, they are a trifle difficult for any but the very youthful to wear. One Is struck Immediately with the difference In the shades shown fcjr the The Purpose of the Epworth League: . The conversion of our young people, the enrichment of 1 vSJataIPJawfe?i7!aaaaBl iiBBBE&. xs aw!&BBBBBBBE their personal experience and their training for leadership in ther church of Rev. Elmer Ashb y. 2. T!&';:'aaaaBBal fJiFTjIfraaBBBBBW st To impart a larger knowledge of and to create a deeper appreciation for the doctrines of our church Rev. R. LI l vf 'Sssawaa" &g& KiWiits firr s MP' &.&;' iiWTI $&$' IMi&lHi Jii.' i vy . S Pillow 3. To create and develop the missionary spirit Prof. W. Pj Board. 4. To develop the social life of our young people Mas Maggie Duncan 11:00 A. M. Preaching. Sunday Schools. Willi ywwmsWm WILLIAM JJUN.CAN Before he was an actor, William Duncan was an athletic Instructor and a writer for physical culture magazines. He first appeared on the stage With. Sandow, the strong man, and later toured the country at the head of his own dramatic company playing Hamlet Today he is known throughout theT world as a serial star and director. Upon completing "Smashing Barriers" Albert B. Smith, president of YItagraph, furnished Mr. Duncan with a serial the production of which will cost 51,000,000. "The Silent Avenger" Is the title of the new serial. It was written by, Albert E. Smith and Cleveland Moffett In this Mr. Duncan is given ample opportunity to show his skill as a fancy shot pool player, expert on the ten nis court turn ciever siigut ui uuuu penuruier. xuu uuriiia proviuuie BQt director with material in which to demonstrate his strength and ability' d athlete. He insists on realism and will assume great risks to a thrill as it should be performed. He wjll n,e4dummlea'orfi&baul qe pjsriqi IX tne inrui is in tne script, jut. jLruncan insists tuat at" 2&n Hid he does it regardless of the hjaarr, His leading lady,..-- Edith Johnson, Is equally wuiiageosi afiq. follow! LjclHiJ r i- - . TLI.TTft?i.rC5 J .Aoncon xqi uiq limit. u.ney ir juj Ben,UBsqaaiea.ui;BUY&nu sexia .. . iiavo n r 3 Wednesday May, 26 Afternoon. 2:00 P. M. Organization. Devotional-R- ev. I. T. Allen. ol Li 1. The purpose of the Sunday-Scho- Rev. O. T. 2. The Teacher and his qualifications Miss Eve Rhodus. 3. The Child: What and how teach it? T. N. Garvin. 4. Mens Bible Class G. W. Peterson Teacher Training Its value How organize and conduct a class? J. H. Russell. Evening. 7:45 P. M. Song service Rev. L. E. Squires. 8:00 P. M. Preaching by Rev. C. F. Winberly, D. D. wm i all-roun- - lgjl. 1 raS$SSS3ia jj5Wftern Nripapr Union ii ,5rmi rtJ7.-5Ir-tir--.uji- . - mtm m iii An advance model of exquisite daintiness is thl6 frock for Miss Springtime. It is of net and filet; tucks and dainty embroidery are sure to &m - tv1.1 LfsiMffloMi J.. m -- District Conference. Thursday May 27 Morning. 8:30 A. M. Devotional. Organization. Report of pastors, w No Use. appeal. the front of the bodice has a vest of the organdie ending In a round tablike apron below the girdle. An afternoon gown that the very young girl will just dote on is of black chantilly lace, trimmed with soft French blue ribbons that should bring it within "mamma's approval," for they give the dress exactly the air of youth in spite of the matron's black lace of which it is made. At the hips the lace is wired so that it stands out properly, and over this in the front an apron of the lace falis so that It partially obscures the ribbon, which follows the curved line of the apron with a bow here and there. The sleeves are short, with a deep ruffle of the chantilly, and the bodice Is nothing much but a wide ruffle of It about the neck and down the sides of the front Ribbon, as every one knows, Is a very Important Item In the list of trimmings this season, and If not watched carefully will be apt to get a bit tiresome. One very new way to use this form of embellishment Is seen on a dress of orange-colore- d chiffon rather a pale shade of orange' as orange color goes, but by no means faaea looking. The ribbon was ap-- J plied .like the crimped edge of an expert caterer's pie. It was simply crimped or fluted and laid about the neck and sleeves of the gown and also in strips down the sides of the sklrt.t The ribbon is In the same shade nA "It is useless to forbid larceny when the deacons make large church contributions out of excess profits wrung jointly from labor and the ultimate consum- debutante and those In tlreregular department. Most of the colors are intensified, and the pastel shades the matron Is supposed to wear are slightly more than that when shown for the younger woman. Jade color is one of the season's most approved shades and orchid, with a splash of mauve. Is also liked. Taffeta Is quite evidently the material best adapted to the present modes In all the afternoon frocks; whether In light colors or dark blues and browns for the street, It asserts itself In the bulging skirts. For afternoon one finds further crlspness added by combining organdie with the taffeta. Nets of the finest possible mesh are amazingly embroidered in eyelet. The last thing one would expect to see used on net and a thing that would be impossible If the net were not almost as fine as voile. A combination of three materials proves a success In a linen dress, with er." That statement was made by Vice President Marshall at a recent church mass meeting, and in those few words lies one of the secrets of the waning power of the church, and of the rise of wickedness and selfishness in this land of ours Men can not praise the Lord on Sunday and serve the devil on Monday and still retain the re- spect of his fellow men. The Charles City (la.) Intelligencer makes proud mention of the fact 'that one of its subscribers, J. C. Stern, had just called in to pay his fifty-sixt- h annual subscription, and says that "at no time in all the years of allegiance to the Intelligencer has Mr. Stern's date of payment run over the time of expiration date." That is surely the kind of subscri ber to have, and those who observe the ethics involved in subsrib ing for a newspaper and paying for it when the subscription is due are certainly to be given preference over those 'wnose dificient of buiness sense decency permits them to overlook the fact that it takes money, and lots of it, to run a newspaper. An attack of heartburd or indigestion calls for a dose of Herbine. It relieves the distress instantly and forces the fermented food into the bowels. You feel better at once. Prfcp, 60c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Report of local preachers and renewal of license. 11:00 A. M. Preaching. i t Afternoon. 2:00 P. M. Devotional Rev. Claude Squires. The Revival: 1. Value of the survey Rev. Harry Upchurch. 2. The Kind needed Rev. I. W. Napier. of thorough preparation Rev. 3. Importance Caughorn 4. How bring it about? Rev. J. L. Piercy Possibilities of the rnral church Rev. B. Turner. The value of pastoral visiting Rev. J. R. Marts. J. W - Evening. 7:45 P. M. Song Service Rev. R. 8:00 P. M. Missisnary Play. L Lockard. Friday May, 28 8:30' A. M. Devotional Report of District Lay Leader. Report of District Trustees. Election of District Lay Leader. Morning. ' Rev. D. T. Penick. aaLaaaVi? aaaBBBVcivf dS'Jv jrSRC. &' ""(' &"&$ '" 7&W&TM&J& H XvCtN IE. 'BBB &T& bBbV "f BaaaaaaaaaaaVP'dB iic flBHSa&BnHflH The man who is reasonably decent but makes no pretension to Christianity can be respected for just what he is, for his very honI th chlfffln. esty in admitting his imperfecTti .WMte Crepe Frock. A white crepe silk frock Is trimmed tions is a commenaable trait. with grosgrain also In white In But the one who wears the and attractive manner. Beginning with .the skirt, which la In epeF cloak of the Lord to hide the model the most Important ont at the present time, we find Interesting" work of the devil is deserving of skirt at the sides, which are further supported In thfc just what he receives the coneffort to Increase the width hy the apron of the material covering the tempt ef ail people who know entire front othe frodk and funftfihejl him as he is. with 'loops oThe ribbon exlemled at t5ie.sifles. There are good deacons and Tbp eKtenslpns xA the material ana merely stSps.doubled acdlnseMnto'jthe these are bad ones. The good' sjces of the skirt 'softhat they erfejajl like fiffs on the sides. The 'smangst ones do much toward the elevaof:kthfeTfrocksthGi?ie no .c&Ians, o'a tion of the human race. The hgatft, tlfepcks Intended 'for femjlit occasions .hay no clar andithis bad eees besmirch the whole ehtvph with tbeir own mire ah-otb- Election of License Committee. Report of Committee on License. L. W. T. S. Its value to Columbia District Rev. Report of Secretary of W. M. S. Mrs, T. J. Wade. 11:00 " tislt; . ' i ' ; ' A. M. Preaching by Rev. W. F. Hogard. Afternoon. 2:00 P. M. Report Devotional-Re- v. '"" f J. H. Mitchell. ,' ' ; , of Committee on Admission. y - Thrift not only builds a strong foundation for the present but stores up a great benefit for coming generations. Air castles are all right, but put a foundation under them with Government Saving Stamps. Some people are always trying to annex the goose that lays the An inventory of the district. Benevolences Literature s value to our worlc Our church , nold, D. D. ' Rev. W. E. Arr Evening. 7:45 P. M. Song Sotrice Rav-J- . W. Raybum. 8:00 P M. Preaotkg by Rev. W. E. Arnold, D. D. Satarday Max 29 Morning. 3:30 A. M. Devot'onar Smith Given. Lay Activities: 1. How eaKfit and develop our lay men J. T. Goodunagv ). 1 golden egg, while others are content with the, egg. Br Bertrata. 2. Value of the Every Member Canvass-KSteward-W.- L. Sawyer. 3. The Ideal solve our financial problems? Edd H3L 4. How 1:00 A. M. Rev. J. B. Adams, Conference Missionary Secrebtrjr.. Afternoon. ... . HW .v. This sprtno dress to Jpt t thing,tor 2ry ctarehooai patterns. That "thfe gMW and patte$Sft material ls not '.corrfbtcfsl a debutante. ( It dainty. Eoqck is made of ebru, with two wtde Insertfoira of BeSs. Eentne ruffles dbon tie ofejlj sme color. andtYB3, flno plaitings of the ma -- a nKwertais are .amo; (the Jb 4 treat .t. j,t. c$utto.... butfson? gpaij rejg!s aTOtaBio daghy asge seea In most EI; .. E 4 . White's Cream Vermifuge certain destruction to intestinal worms. It A bad sprain heals slowly if not treated with a remedy that has the is harmless to shfldrea or adults. power to penetrate the flesh. Bal- .Price, 35c. Sold by Paull rug Cb. lard's Snow Liniment is Especially adapted for such ailme'hfbe. 2s00 P. M. Devonoml Rer. J. W. MSrHs. Report of Coaimittees: a. OreUfi. b. Others. of delegate ; .J. AtfT. to Annual Conference. Selection of place for next Dit Conference. Unfinished businow. , - -- -' findings of red and white, checked ana irmsnmg tonerves or or die. e Important thing, however, about dresses Is the manner In .which JF amy-thImpression of incrwued mtm and not an feboreecioa really ae 4vch as an actual Increase, la the tity of material used In the skirts. Triwraby the width 44 '3K Hmr artf" many as yarUd, fat Uata i e 1 and flet bo closeypn thefground of rid or. blue .that there ia mora white It'i always easy t take up a p tiiUB color. The skirt 'A caQjt&t TjSer, harem faaoloa, and 'trimmld collection for charity whtn the with perpendicular raffle of the Muau -nam are to ia print. tee plalUag as tfcat pattern ia a wlilte'aot, not ,too large,, fnockVUstuwilon. , . skaes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 per Tfre Hjafcpxtal of "these jpartlcnlc frocks Js 'indestnscUfaiB rotte and taa Sold by Paull Drug Co. terla4,3l$ the Three Life holds much in store for bottle. eaok of us, but it doesn't dish it Adv. Evenfng . '. 7:45 P. M. Sng -- out indiscriminately quest. upon re 800 P.M. , .. Service Preaching. Rev. E. G Smith. Sunday, May ara 30-Mor- ningr lbiOO A.M.LovFeas-J.B.M- - r-- apptr Anybody cam sjiend money. It I takes a wiw ptrst-to iive it ljj:00 A. M. Preachiag aad Sacrameat of LKck'suppir. Rv.T.J.Wade,P.E. A r The for Congress in 'Adair Goaivty Nev3s districtracenot warm yet, but this is the tV Published On Wednesdays. candidates are moving over the territory, but doing but little fli Colan6i& Kentucky- speaking. Judge Ralph Gilbert J.E.MURRELL, Editor will speak in Columbia next SatMRS. DAISY HAM LETT. - - - Mgr urday; and he will be the first candidate of the three Desocrmtlo ntwrpiper drrotad to th Interert an Adair county audience. Come the Citx'of Colombia and the people of Adair out and hear him. His oppoand adjolslss conntita. nents are invited to meet him. -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Prof. John A. Jones and wife. Glenville, returned from Livingston, Ky., last Friday. "Prof. Jones was the principal of the Livingston school last session, and could have recon-tractebut ho declined to accept' the principalship of the schqol at He will open that Jamestown. institution the latter part of July, i t& d, TWO SPLENDID FARMS THE N. A. Entered at the Columba' lass man matter. Post-offic- e as second WED. MAY. 26, 1920. .50peryer. All Zones beyond Sod $2.00 perlyear A Subscription due and Payable InlAdvance " Subscription Price 1st andl2nd Postal Zone ttt ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS. We are 'authorized BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, would be degrading to visit the Clarence Yates who put down a a" candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth polls and say who you are in fa- well at the West corner of the courtCongressional District of Kentucky. vor of filling the offices. Many house, found a good stream of water State Primary Election Saturday, of the most prominent ladies in at the depth of 33 feet. A pump August 7, 1920. will now be installed and in a few the State are now taking part in days the well be in operation. This We are authorized to announce the coming election. If Demo- well was very much needed, and .FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson Coun- cratic Government is good for another one should be drilled on the ty, a Democratic candidate for Consquare. the men it is good for the gress, in the Eighth district, subject to the action of the State primary The local Educational Board has housekeeping. Miss Ira is a very deto win in the State, .the Demoserving Christian ""girl and her cratic sisters must vote. Do friends are numerous. to announce not think for a moment that it "The average driver of a light car little suspects that the tire he purchases from the Goodyear Service Station is inspected scores of times durWe mentioned two weeks ago ing the process of building before it the importance of all Democratic reaches his hands," declares Buchanan Lyon Co., local distributor for the women voting in the coming company. November election. We again appeal to them and trust that Miss Ira Coffey, who again w ent to housekeeping, in her home, on Bomar every one who believes in Jeffer-sonia- n Heights, was given a surprise last principles will be at the Friday which was very greatly polls and cast their suffrage. appreciated. The neighbors on the There is not a doubt but all Re hill and down in town carried and publican women will vote. In sent in many useful articles to order for the Democratic ticket assist her in making up her outfit for "im RAWLINQS FARM & J. A. BANDY FARM AT AUCTION SALE ' On the Same Day FARM:149 acres in Casey County, on Caney Creek-GravSwitch Rolling Fork Pike, 4 miles South of Gravel Switch. Everybody knows the productiveness of RoHmg Fork land, Four room cottage, 4 room tenant housetock barn, concrete milk house, all out buildings with each house. Young orchard of 50 trees. Straw berries and other small fruits. 2 2 acres in tobacco, 18 acres in com, balance grass and hardwood timber. Well watered and fenced. Will be sold without reserve, d or limit. An Absolute Sale. Remember the time, 10 o'clock. Tf? el 1-by-bi- nS? The Rawlings Farm at 10 o'clock a. m. The Bandy Farm at 2 o,clock, p. m. TUESDAY JUNE 8th THE BANDY FARM: 150 acres in Marion County near Aliceton, one quarter mile North of Danville and Lebanon Pike, between Bloomfield and Gravel Switch. This is tobacco land, sandstone land; gives the color and weight to tobacco. 7 room frame dwelling, good stock and tobacco all necessary out buildings. Tobacco on this farm last year averaged ninety-tw- o cents. 5 acres in meadow, balance in grass and timothy. Accessible to Perryville High School. barn-combine- - Both of these Farms will be sold on easy Terms, and for Possession January 1, 192U . Now them. is the time to buy. You will pay more later. The man who buys either Auguit of these farms is sure to sell 7, 1920. Land will continue to increase in value. at a profit before he has to pay for by-bi- d, POR UNITED STATES SENATOR. Additional Locals. We are authorized to announce Hon. Host at Dinner Party. Richard P. Ernst, of Kenton county, a Republican candidate for U. S. Sen- Mr. John B. Horton was host at a s ator. Primary first Saturday in dinner party given at the Hotel Beaumont last Saturday evening in honor of Miss Juliet Miller; The next county races in Adair The table was beautifully decorated county are being discussed, but in pink and white; a large vase of there has been no public an- pink and white Killarney roses occunouncement. The fight will De pied the center of the table; from ..the among the Republicans, the roses ran pink and white ribbons to the place cards, which were decorated longest pole knocking the with a pink wild rose. The color scheme was also carried Au-EQ- H. Winfrey F. Truant officer of "this county. It will be the business of the doctor to see all children between 6 and 20 attend school in their respective districts. Dr. appointed Remember Swineboard is the only real estate man who universally advertises no and he ALWAYS SELLS just as advertised. Look over these farms before the sale. Remember the TIME and the DATE. The Rawlings, farm will be sold at 10 o'clock prompt. After the Rawlings sale we will go to the Bandy Farm and sell the Bandy Farm at two o'clock. wife are now residents of Columbia, having removed from , their farm to the residence, on Jamestown street, that they recently purchased from Mr. Ray Conover. They are fine people, valuable acquisitions to the town. Mr. W. R. Dohoncy and .viBothloflthese arms are in good neighborhoods close to schools and churches, and w anyone a desirable home. They are money makers. Don't overlook these sales. ill make SWINEBROAD For further, particulars see the owners of the farms or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at ALWAZS OFFERS SOMETHING THE BUYERS WANT. Dan-ville,?- or . i , SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man One of the candidates for Congress in this district, Mr. Davis, of Casey county, is making his canvass on foot on account of the high cost of living we The Larue County Herald got out a very attractive birthday edition which came to this office some days ago. The efforts .of,the publisher were appreciated by his long string of subscrib ers Cut in prices struck the country last week. Clothing, sflks, shoes and other commodities dropped in many of the retail establishments, East and West from 15 to 50 per cent. Just how long these reductions will last is problamatical. Every body who is growing Irish potatoes should watch the vines closely. Potatoes are scarce and are very costly, and unless the bugs are out through the delightful killed off the present crop they will dinner, all of which combined to make be scarcer and higher next year. it a most enjoyable occasion. Those present were Miss .Juliet While returning from Campbells-villMiller, Misses Mabel Stark and Ina night, Roy last Thursday Gardener, Mr. and Mrs. J. Everett Stott's car, in which was the mail, Jones, Messrs. T. J. Alford, Rebel became unmanageable and7 partly Martin, and John B. Horton. went a short distance over the bluff. Msss Miller, who left for her home The damage was very slight. in Columbia, Ky., Monday evening, has been asked to return in the fall to Ellis Workman, in company with charge of the domestic science other revenue men,- raided a moontake department of the Hazard High shine still in Green county, last week School, Hazard Herald. and found about 2000 gallons of mash. The'' still was destroyed, and it is Smith Gill, formerly of Columbia, said that it was being 'operated by Ky., senior in the college of agriculHart and Green county men, ture in the University of Kentucky, has been included among the 174 stuNext Friday night Columbia Lodge, dents of the University who secured No. 96, will meet in regular convocathe highest grades last semester. Mr. tion. A large attendance would be Gill's marks averaged 2.1 which places appreciated by the Master. six-cour- se LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. e, THE NOTED DICK SCUDDER FARM Of 103 Acres of Splendid Land - and all of the Live Stock, farm ing Implements, House goods now belonging to F. M Ware, Public Auction WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd. AT 10:00 A. M RAIN OR SHINE Located on good pike, one mile from thriving town of McKinney with its graded school, fine churches, bank, stores, mill, shipping point on Southern Railway and splendid citizenship. The improvements consist him in the list of "High Distinction." His unusual brilliance and fine character won him the honor of membership in the Alpha Zeta national honorary fraternity last year. Membership in this fraternity s considered the highest honor possible to be attained by a student; in agriculture. Mr. Gill's college career was interrupted by army service volunteered for his country during the war. He had the distinction of seeing active service, went over the top several times. Besides being a member of the Alpha Zeta fraternity, Mr. Gill is a active member of the Agricultur. al Society and a popular man on the campus. He will secure the degree of bachelor of science in all-arou- Born, to the wife of P. P. Dunbar, on the 19th, a fine son. booklet containing valuable hints on how to get more mileage out of your tires will be supplied free of charge by calling at our place of business." Buchanan Lyon Co. 2 story resident of five rooms below and three above, three porches, good cellar, etc. Extra large stock bam, containing 50 stalls. Tobacro barn 96x60 and all necessary outbuildings; orchard; well watered; well at house, springs, etc. " 1-- of elegant 1 'A At the State meeting of the Knights Templar, held at Lexington, last week, over fifteen hundred Knights were present. Marion Commandary, Lebanon, Bent a very large delegation. This'body of Masons were royally entertained at the Blue Grass 'Capital. There has not been a murder in Louisville for a week, but no deminicion in robberies. has been dangerous to be safe It in that city for many months. The police are either all nearsighted, or they have no disposition to interfere with the regular order of business. Beautiful shade and approach to this choice home. All of this farm lies exceedingly well and all of it good tobacco, corn, etc., land. All in grass except eight acres for tobacco and 25 acres for com this year; 20 acres in wheat; 15 acres in oats and all sown to grass with splendid stand; 35 acres in meadow and 12 acres in blue grass sod. look after farming any longer. v Robert G. Evans, of Danville, has sold to Robert 'Rankin, David and Charles Rankin his Salt River farm in Boyle County, containing 840 ocreB, for' 8225,000. Col. POSSESSION; On account of Mr. Ware's Health he will not be able to And he is game enough to take what it will bring. It will be an ABSOLUTE SALE FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, d or limit. The bridle is off. You say what it is worth. We simply suggest the terms. There has been more stuff fed on this farm than on any three farms of its size in the county. She is a PEACH, boys. by-bi- IMMEDIATE Rich and fertile, ready to Punch and get big returns. it June. When Buchanan Lyon Company finishes the addition to their already commodious business house, they will have the largest wholesale emporium in tho Green River section of Kentucky. The wholesale department will be in the rear, and the middle and front; sections will be used in which to keep automobile stock and machines. They will run their garage in the same building. is a common thing to count twenty automobiles standing on the square at any old day in the week. Four years ago thatJ'would cover the number in the county. Friday: It is raining, it's hailing, it's cold stormy weather. In came the farmer"3rinking up the no it is all out. It before the, other fellow realizes itslvalue. We invite the : closet inspection. Look it over carefully before sale day. The more you Iookfthe more you will bid. It is the right 'size farm, splendidly improved, in fine neighborhood, fine dirt.Thefpersonal property consists of one pair splendid work mules; two pairs splendid yearling mules; two mares and mule colts as good an anybody's; one Peaine gelding, well broke; one good mule jack; one jennet and jennet colt; six good milk cows, all fresh; two yearling steers; 15 nice shoats weight about 100 pounds; about 100 barrels picked corn in quantities tojsuitf purchaser; some baled 'hay and straw; one John Deere binder, new; two mowing machines and other farming tools too numerous to mention; also lot of household and kitchen furniture. school? churches, railroad, etc. You will be proud' to call it your own. sale day the sale will be held in the immense barn. Remember the day and hour If it rains on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd, at 10 A. M., and be on hands promptly. The wise man jooks at land and buys 1 i An idehome, close to a . Rhorer , of Middles boro, son of Hon. M. The buyer andjseller meet and trade H. Rhorer, is a delegate from f at The Kemper Co.'s Office. the Eleventh Eistrict to the San Erancisco National Democratic L. B. Cain delivered to Phelps Bros, There will be services at the Convention. He is an attorny this place, last Thursday, 84 nice Baptist church next Sunday night. and a very :promi8ing young hogs.- He sold them within $1,50 of Every body invited. especially the ' man. the Louisville market. young people. 25-t- ' Mr. Arthur Hughes & McCarty, real estate men of Lincoln county, are using the News this week to advertise the sale of a good farm. Dinner on the grounds. Terms exceedingly liberal and made known on day of sale. For see, write, orpjiohe either F. M. Ware or R.S. Scudder at McKinney, Ky., or Hughes & McCarty -Col. John B. fc'Av DinwiddieonThe Block ; . -- '' j Stanford, Kentucky. I J "Ki" '"- - - -T- g.-i?f- " oowr Tf. I 5 j ADAIR COUNTY NEWS IO $ - TO .- HE ; NEW SPRINU GOODS IN ALL .,. DEPARTMENTS AT t aa' - Now is the time you need work tools. And we are ready to supply you with RUSSELL & CO. Plows, . Cultivators, Disc Harrows, k - Corn Planters, Corn Drills, z$o 1 XOK And all other kinds of "Implements, - & .1 Wagons, Field Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. - rov Seed, and THE UNIVERSAL CAR J SKX that when you bring your Ford car to us for mechanical attention that you get the genuine Ford service materials, experienced workmen and Ford factory prices. Your Ford is too useful, too valuable to take chances with poor mechanics, with equally poor quality materials. Bring it to us and save both time and money. We are authorized Ford dealRemember DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. Columbia, the Ford Motor Company to look after the wants of Ford owners that's the assurance we offer. We are getting a few Ford cars and first come first to receive deliver. by ers, trusted I gBBmiimiMiMiiij F. CORBIN jam THE BUCHANAN-LY- CANE VALLEY, KY., O ENOUGH OF THE RIGHT KIND. Enough Insurance of the right kind is an asset to any man of business, and is best when most neededafter the fire. Toe COMPAYN. INCORPORjATiED. Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. Auctioneer and Dealer In Real Estate. Vour Business little Insurance, or the wrong kind, is only a partial asset at best and becomes a liability when most needed-aftthe fire. er Local Mew& BEAUTY IS To-da- REFLECTED HEALTH Means the "Good-Looking- " Op-posi- of IT'S A Sick-Looki- every druggist 6ells it and thousands of men and women use it as a restorative whenever they or their children seem to feel below par. n agrees with the most delicate stomach, and is obtainable in either liquid or tablet form. Be sure the name "Gude's" is on the package when you buy Ask the druggist for "Gude's." If "Gude's" is not on the package, ifc is not Advertisement. y Pepto-MangaPepto-MangaPepto-Mangan. Enough Insurance in this Agency will satisfy the most exacting property-owne- r. The Service Agency furnishes only the right kind safe sound indemnity. j Alva Qrider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building REED BROS. "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. Columbia; Kentucky. TKJOWAm'Sij XaUAiaU-Jto- Come In and See Kentucky GENERAL the $7,000,000 3V&-inc- Ginseng Nursery Established 189. Army Goods. MATTER OF RED BLOOD h Tire MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. . CELLS J. W. SEARS, Proprietor just received the greatest lot of armyjgoods Jthat has ever arPepto-MangMakes Rich, Red rived here before. These goods are Blood Builds Up People getting veryjscarce and it is time for Who Lack Vitality you to get what you want before it is Thus Firestone serves car too late. We.alsohave some shelter owners with quantityvpro-ductio- n. This permits a If. your body is sound and your blood tents, raincoats and paint at great value- in tires never before thoughts bargains. Buy now for the future. is rich and red, your acts and accomplished at the price. A good line of bicyles and sundries will be quick and strong. Get your share of these Let your blood get weak, and your at interestlngjprices. Come and look savings by havingHs equip food won't nourish you nor your sleep at our line and see many bargains you. ' to- - see, that you, are not expecting Tef resh you. Too much hard work, an illness or a Remember our bargains in sewing mental strain can thin down your machines. " T. G. Easner & Son. n blood, and is needed to briDg it back to healthy, normal con. All roads leading from Columbia, dition. Cumberland Grocery Co. save the pike, have been almost Knowing this, doctors for years h&ve recommended n impassible for a week. The constant Gude's A No. l Ford tourin car for sale g rains have made them very muddy new tires, fiirst class condition. Call because of its and sticky. If there is a county 96 A. 'or see Epperson &" Jeffries and tonic properties. Columbia, Ky. n is such a simple and in the State in need of good roads it harmless tonic, yet such a prompt iff Adair. ine p'stricc meeting of the unnsnan unurcnes will convene at builder of zed blood, that its reputa Figured voiles the latest at.MurraWs Jamestown next Friday night; tion has spread all over the country.. . We have an - This.is the famous Firestone mol9ed Zj4 inch tire 'that has its own plant, its own .special machinery, special methods, special organiza- Ition. COMMISSION MERCHANT We Want - While the best of workmanship, skill and material go into these tires and the evidence is abundant that they give unsurpassed service, still, the careful drive is well repaid for the care he takes of his tire. He gets maximum mileage by tire conservation. Buchanan Lyon Co. Is Tons on May Apple Root, Wild GinBeng, Golden Seal and all other Roots and Herbs having medicinal value. We sell direct to the Crude Drug Mapufacutrerp, Wholesale Druggists, Botanical Drug Millers, Exporters! etc. You get better prices by dealing direct with us and avoid middleman profits. The Ginseng Culturist Guide SfiCOnd efHtfnn rpviqpd ..J.VT..U aaaA from atcv ui ujatACL, on years .v m practical experience-Pri- ce 10 cents to those- who desire p their names, or our new mailing list. ADDRESS Also, if sick, write me in regard to Indian herbalist remedies wa ..-- .., w-l.- -i. your property for sale? The Office - Pepto-Manga- 30-2- C fpgttette Kemper Co., will find a buyer. Jeffries Hotel. 25-t- f Pepto-Manga- blood-buildin- good man who underdriving a Packard 3jruck. No stands other need to apply. T. C. Taylor & Co. " Campbellsville, Ky. Wantkd A 4 Box 363 J. W. SEARS SOMERSET, K-- Y. 30, Pepto-Manga- tf . Come HEiES ElEiEISSg -- tmmimmmis The Kemper Co. afiiftel! Oil and Gas leasts. to Columbia next Saturday oimuauan Livon Jeffries Hotel, boy afternoon and hear the candidates extending their the aUey leading . 25-t- f IM"M. rvv, t0 t0 th?0BaJgeir. for Congress speak. Creek Hill 43 4.DAIR COUNTY NEWS CLOTHES TO WEAR Apparel Which Is Becoming to Some, Not to Others. Do Not Folltw Fashion Too Closet' In Skirt Lengths, Advises Fathloq Writer. Don't wear a skirt with drapery of long fringe that suggests the Hawaiian grass skirt, advises a fashion ""tfrlter in the Buffalo Express. Now there are some overplump women who have a fondness amounting almost to a passion for a fringe. They are convinced that It Is one of the things that make them look slender. Well, it may sometimes, but remember that the long fringe about the tilps and thighs has a way of undu-iatln- g as you walk. It accentuates vhat you may regard as a very irresistible swaying motion but what Is probably nothing more nor less than Don't wear kimono sleeves especially the short kimono sleeves that are probably going to be very mirch 4n fashion as the season advances. It is one of the things that some stout romen will want to wear. They are po comfortable and cool. But they jtend to make the arms look short, (md they do not produce that length much to which gf line woman Isofsotoo rotund be desired figure. the And please don't wear small high lieels. A high heel Is well enough If it is of the military sort, for then It fieems, at least, as If you were having adequate support for your weight But when the heel is both small and nigh and your entire weight seems to, be thrust forward on a very small part of the ball of your foot, then the effect is truly painful. Don't follow the fashion, too closely fp. regard to skirt lengths. Short Skirts were never meant for you Chat la very short skirts. On the other hand, if you are a large woman tall as well as heavily built the skirt that Is very long will make you look larger than you are. The best thing ior you to do Is to stick to a skirt that Is short enough to look smart and trim, but not so short as to display the too ample rotundity of your legs. d coat or suit The gives the appearance of greater width d to chest and bust than the model. For this reason it is better to select the latter sort. Large or striking buttons on the jacket or coat certainly do not contribute to the appearance of smallness. These things are best avoided. Don't imagine that black satin is Most always your best selection. Stout women wear It a great deal. But the very gloss about It sometimes accentuates the curves of the wearer. A dark silk with less gloss, such as a crepe de chine or a pusv willow taffeta Is a betv- - selection. Duvetyn Kvlth Its extri'ii"ly soft, flat surface (s a material Hint may be safely worn by the stout woman. And don't be misled Into thinking that the uncorseted effect In clothes was ever Intended for such as you. Even If you are only moderately plump, please don't attempt It. double-breastesingle-tireaste- v v 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 $ 6 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 V 0frM$ STORE 94 1 ! 4646646664 QUALITY 6 6i OF a waddle. I llJ.Jjl . ATTRACTIVE HAT FOR SPRING . Semon, whose recent triumphs have Impelled reviewers to styl him "The New Comedy King," has risen to that coveted place by long train lng. Each stage in his career acted as a stepping stone to his great achieve ment Perhaps he was born under a lucky planet Anyway, he was for tunate enough to be the son of an actor and received an early training it magic, Juggling and acrobatics. He mastered some of these arts before h had finished the third reader. After leaving school he traveled with nil father and became more efficient in the art of entertaining. Then followed the period in the newspaper business as cartoonist ThlJ developed his creative ability and prepared him to write his own comedies It also taught him to forsake the well beaten path and search In the bywayi for new material. A cartoonist must be original. Thus, Larry Semon is perhaps the best qualified for the title of comedj king. All of his past experiences can be utilized upon the screen He cai resort to thrilling acrobatics where the average comedian is forced to us slapsticks. He is also adept In training animals and has a cat, monkey ant six white mice that play difficult roles In his comedies. During the three years previous to 1922, Albert E. Smith, president o: Vitagraph, has agreed to outlay 3,600,000 on Larry Semon in the productlor of 36 new comedies. "The Grocery Clerk," which is something different fron the usual run of laugh makers, was the first film to be produced under th new contract "Between the Acts," "Dew Drop Inn" and "The Head Waiter' are some of Larry Semon's comedies that stand out prominent as being in i ""' LARRY SEMON M IlH 4 4 4 4 CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE 4 4 4 Progress Range Stoves 4 4 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray 4 4 Ke ntucky 4 Columbia, 4 4 4 4 4 4 444464444464S444444444444 Phone 12 Next Door to The Adair County New Office. Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. A 4 4 English Humor. that has been so popular in America that it has come to be accepted as truth, is that the Englishman lacks the sense of humor with which the sense A fiction STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, buf after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would class by themselves. Seeking Another Plunge. Is civilization in reality on the decline? Is humanity gradually sinking: to the level of the savage? The rivers of blood have hard ly dried upon the battlefields of France, and yet the nations of the earth are steadily preparing far the next war. Powerful air fleets are being rolled straw. Made In dark shades constructed, engines of destruc'for spring wear. tion capable of dropping tons of ANGORA CLOTH IS POPULAR high explosives upon armies and Favorite Combination Method Is to, civilians alike. a fine Italian Milan soft flexible -- This model, an Mmencan fashion, is of humor with which the American is blessed. The English, it has been claimed, stood under when the gods rained that the war just closed would umbrellas humor. be the last. Every now and then someBut that hope is becoming thing happens to make one susblasted day by day. pect that the Englishman is sub- One has only to read the fortlv lauehine at the American! eign news dispatches to see the his lack of humor. handwriting on the wall letters for Take, for example, the way written in the blood of humanity Commons treats and inscribed by the hands of the House of the action of the United States hatred, avarice and greed. Senate in undertaking to give Civilization should be civilized, England advice on what to do It is slipping a cog. about Ireland. Res. Phone 13-- B. THEDFORD'S Black-Draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on me jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE an) ' is being perfected The ( "When satin oi knitted silk fabric is. to outdo its previous exploits in 'combined with angora, a favorite method is to make the 'skirt of the silk sending ship loads of helpless fabric and tsfan it .with one, two or to the bottom of the sea 'three band of Jthe angorathe entire people ,oat or scarf "to be .of the wool fabric. without warning and with no .While white and the light bright colors itake first place, 'darker colors are not avenue of escape. ' ignored. One strlkinjj costume recent- Almost everywhere we turn ify Been featured a skirt and scarf of or autumn colorings we find the brightest minds and angora in Indian , woven in broad stripes. Angora doth 4s not njj .warm, but the keenest intellects concenlooking. It is an ideal .fabric sports iBppareL Last season it ap-- trated upon the construction of ired in the separate scarfs tworn suits every Lmabhanea for the destruction of 1th sports 'or 2re during the first, fall days, be-- human life. W-bo- Make Skirt of SlUc and Trim With Bands. at ! emi-jspor- ts . winter fax were donned, and on coif links throughout the winter. (.&. KV'l . w mVi 43 A v ijiiw e&4 ik mmm ut n4 .- -... - '"" l,rrin-if-t- :Z.rt.ftiriaz i& ftkirt and sHpoT ft" appear t fe sMo&' favorite. It U beta & the to all forts of aftraettTa attic d wool fabrics for wear at tta can wlattr retort, Tjlomfe K fmik tfiet Wbjftjtfi o? Such a condition immediately i&I'owing the great war is unthinkable, it is appalling, and yet it la time. v 9m wwd entertained hopes c for belief that the joke is on the the United States on its family Independence, has issued a man- United States. Louisville Post. Dr. J. N Murrell affairs members of Congress ifesto which stated, as the opinPaper Goes Up Jul y 1st. would tie knots in the tail of the ion of the people of the PhilipWashington, May U, Un-British lion. The Englishman pines, that the United States BENTIST- due governmental interference doesnj&t bother himself plucking would better illustrate the prinA. with the paper manufacturing of tail featbfers out of the American cJPIe of industry is responsible in part Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. blit he letB the Senate ron9 by giving the Filipinos in for the present print paper dependence, than by expressing know tHafc lie took notice. even shortage. Chester W. Lyman, UPISTAIRS.J sympathy with the cause of Irish vice praident of though M doesn't seem to be the Internatfreedom. ional Paper Company, testifipaying stjjy special attention to COLUMBIA, KY The government, through Mr. ed today before a Senate invesThis" is the method: the matte Bonar Law, says in reply that it tigating committee. Anfebograble member of the has no information on He recommended immediate the subCommons rises and Hosee & curtailment of consumption by ject at all. govern-mebegs ie3 te ask the The honorable member does newspapers, stating it womld Veteriaary Swtnn and Bariisl a option. The honorable not pursue the matter any fur- be two years before producWa Speoial attention given Diseases of a would equal demand. Domsrtlo Animate member granted the leave he ther, fie is thoroughly satisfied Mr. Lyman said.hia company OSee at Baeideeoe, l mile of town, oa craves. Me then asksMf the with the result of his inquiry would increase prices July 1. Jasaaatewn roa. govenuaittt has any information and if it is near 5 o'clock be re- but he could not say what F2MM.114G. the 'Columbia, Ky. that an organization, known as tires to take tea, serene in the advance would be. Commission Business Phone 13-self-determinat- If Bogland sought to advise the Philippine na-eagl- e, L. H. Jones at r. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS LAST YEAR'S Oe-ntnr a pretty, Can be so chaneed by having it Swiss new Sprf- e- Shade. It wDl last another year. Trial Qin Our Dry ISCOEPOBATED SUIT Dyed KY. I Sead Via Parcel est SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLE, Big Value in Tires for The Smaller Cars Back of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires for the smaller cars is the same purpose to supply high value in the product that is behind the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that equip the most expensive automobiles built. This purpose is expressed by the enormous resources, extraordinary skill and scrupulous care applied to the manufacture of Goodyear Tires in the largest tire factory in the world devoted solely to the 30x3-- , 30x3V2-- , and sizes 31 x The effect of this endeavor is noted in the fact that last year more cars using these sizes d with Goodyear Tires were 4-in- ch A. F. SCOTT DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS 1i, 2, 3i, AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton,5 Mile SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently Jocated in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All COR.INNE GRJFFITH It was particularly appropriate that Albert B. Smith, president of should have selected Corlnne Griffith for the leading role of Clyde Fitch's "The Climbers," for she has been steadily climbing ever since she left her home in the south to become a film player. Now she has reached the top rung of film success. In addition to her imposing personal appearance and histrionic talent. Miss Griffith has the happy faculty of wearing beautiful and unusual gowns with grace and has had a splendid athletic training. Some of her most recent features have been '"A Girl at Bay," "The Tower of Jewels," "Human Collateral" and "Deadline at Eleven." Vita-grap- Wv factory-equippe- Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car requiring one of the sizes mentioned, you can secure Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. I - than with any other kind It is also noted in the fact that if you own a Ff ! J - p lr Tread e W 30r:3'2 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric," All-Weath- er $2350 "SoiOL r- . 3Cx3V2 Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread H Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of less merit. 30x 3 size in water- A 50 proof bag i vj i i S4: ? wrfc&J iJtg H J iii iii iiiiiiiiwT-r- -r t-- -tt iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTeB a MM v is only natural that William Duncan should be the hero of hundreds of thrilling escapes and strenuous rescues in Vitagraph's famous serials. His physique and early training particularly fitted him for just such a career. He completed his education at the University of Pennsylvania, where he took a prominent part in college field games and athletics. He became athletic instructor and toured the country at the head of Ids own dramatic company before becoming a serial star and i It WILLIAM DUNCAN THE BIG "3" You WILLIAMS WHIIams, Vitagraph star, Earle has devoted most of his time to that company's West Coast studi'o in recent years, but came east to make "The Fortune Hunter" and "Captain Swift," two' plays that had a long run on Broadway a few years ago. They were made famous by the Barrymores. Mr. Williams is now at work making features at Vitagraph's West Coast studio. $ demand three things from a tire xSxSxt $$ PRICE W. T. $ 3 --tSGSGJS S --2- EAtU dealer. Et The immediate delivery of the' tire you want when you want itf 2. The most economical tire available-- a xuality tire at a fair price. 1. & SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. a I ' B b 1 3. B A convenient Service that will aid you to get all the mileage out of the tire. With a complete stock of Qoodyears :) T;he Good n and ihe Bad. MS dwell upon it. and our proved Service we offer ifj fil If. you all you could ask. 8Sf I" i THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N . -- itni" imi- '- ga"fir2' LAR.R.Y 'SEMON; jHARf-- COMPANY. Y The Fourth Estate lost one of the cleverest cartoonists in the country when iiirry Semorvheard the call of the screen. What the newspaper readers lost the motion picture fans gained, fortLarry is now the comedy king. He writesand directs&iU of his features and never irrtaiesanoier. In "The Grocery Clerk" he fnfrodoces the T MORY Something like ten years ago, before he became a Vitagraph star, Harry T. Mbrey was described as a "robust" actor. His fine .physique, has stood hfra In good stead in the silent drama. He has been aWe'to play all sorts' of roles, part and lodk-the o- - OEelteop I cnoiera, Use dally to diieaev yoor ana tape 6-- UNDSERTAKER. keep on hands a full -- took of coffins, caskets, and robes. two Metallic Caskets, and Steel I also keep extra large caskets. PromptBoxes andnight heaises. -- ervfee or day. We keep Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. ' Columbia, ky -ETT, 4?s cases. witboot qoottion If BuntS Stir fail la the treatment of Sues is. Tetter .Tawofm,Kch,etc. Doa't become dStoousaecd becautt other treatment failed. ha relieved -- undredt of uc NONET BACK .cgourfeonFcuItrvRctBMfar 3 A few droDt in the drinking water cure. and prevent whits Monty Mmek Cammnttm. It t ear ritk TOD AT, Prie For Ml You aa't Ht'SI loco on, mat other chick re-e- UiUTDoea, nt V.UIIEia AISGPCS F inaiscjaon aa f- They see the brightness of If we remember the good the future, and they make it things of life existence will be part of their drily lives. the sweeter for us and for those They radiate happiness ano around us. contentment wherever tbey go We are too prone to forget And because they see the? the good and dwell upon the better side of all people and all sunny side of humanity. It things, the sweetness of their diverts our thoughts from the own lives is seen by us. uplift and plunges us into a It is good to remember tbafc gloom that is enhance d by our those who think well of the . 'discontent.. world invarfably find thatth'e? In our own restricted com- world thinks well of them. munity there is much that is The sun shines brightly in god there are people whosfe the lives of all who give an it aatts serve as an Inspiration to opportunity to enter,. 11 who would see the brighter side of life. For every purpose for which a lini. They are unobstructive, but ment is usually applied the modeiD (their influence is beneficial to remedy, Liquid Borozone, will do "t all with whom they come in con? work more quickly, more, thoroa ghly -- 1 S. -- 1 T7 lcay by iii JZSSy ,Vf lurbcn Sold by PauH Drug Com pany. cntcx. dtiease half-pi$1.00, pint bjr mall S10, At drujitt. or est Itpoa receipt ot price. D KMMtfy Co Icitoa. Xr. mall tUe 60 cent, tactC and more pleasantly,. Pric.e, SoId'by-Drng.Cside-of,and$1,- 30c, 6tte - - - . ' Tfey see the sorbid . cv Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Stor e our exiiMice, but they do not . '. - , V"f - i Adv 1 "V 8 ADAIR COUNTY v her John Jeffries "Fatty" Collins home Fairfield, last week. Messera. Doc Walker and John D. Lowe and Miss Susan Miller accompanied her to Lebanon, then went to Bradfordsville for a few hours. Mr. O, T. Smith, one of the many good citizens of the Breeding locality, called at the News office last Wednesday. He left three dollars, saying, "let the paper come on to my addre3." Mr. J. E. Rossen, of Breeding, was in town a few days ago and left bis subscription for' a year. Mr. NEWS. Stanley Epperson' NEW AUTOMQBILE PASSENGER SERVICE COLUMBIA hhhhhFljfflv B'" TzT Sanders ,. ' & Hendrickson's y -- Music Store o CAMPBELLSVILLE J Mill.) imi, .'I'M "Q , 21&&' . T I? r , ! m ..' 03 t 3 and son, Mrs. R. A. Myers and i "METEOR MOnEL, . Dally Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. t -- FARE $2.0(FEACH WAY. Leaves Columbia 4:00 A. M 10:00 A. M. and 4:00 P. M. Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. ., .,, . Robert Page, arrived from Monticello last Wednesday. Mrs. Myers and her son will remain for about a month. Mr Noel Pickett spent two days of last week at Gravel Switch, Marion county. Reese and son, of Jamestown, were here Thursday. Mr. Reece left copy for a large amount of for which we job-work their 125." i " We now have a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of the following-excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a fuUline of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the wer ' Mr n: E. L. Give Us a Trial,' We Guarante Satisfaction. Phones: Columbia No. 96 A. and 96B. EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. El return thanks. W. B. Peynter, Lawrence burg, was here a few days ago. Mr. ing makes: follo- 'i 1 VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. Mr, Lewis C. Barth, Louisville, made a business trip to Columbia last Thursday. . EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line Sg EET and ROLL MTJSIC of themost popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. Mr. W. O. Selby was down from Shorthorn Cattle . . . Thoroughbred and Grades.' ChesterjWhite HogS . . - Thoroughbred and Grades.' Hampshire Sheep - - - r Thoroughbred and Grades. Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manager, Cane Valley, Kentucky. OUR NEW STORE ft ol Springs, a few days since. Mr. T. F. Hindman, of Glasgow, was here several days of last week Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor arrived last Wednesday and spent" the remainer of the week with Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Coffey. Monday morning they left? for Campbellsville where they will reside for the present. Mr. Matthew Taylor, ofGIenville, spent severel days of last week in Columbia His many friends here were glad to see him. He has a warm shake and a happy smile for everybody. Russell Misses Grace and Pearl Wolford, Casey Creek, were in Columbia last See our complete Instrument Display in the ,NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK . on Corner Columbia and Main Streets. Phone or write us your wants. SANDERS & HENDRICKS0N MUSIC STORE 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. lei The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatty improved facilities, we can seYve you better than nvec in your need for Thursday. Mr. G. W. Foster, Nashville, made a business trip to this place the latter part of last (week. Mr. C. Brockman, Russell Springs, was in Columbia a few dajs ago. Messrs. S. W. Wilson and Luther Owens, Humble, .were here Thursday. Campbellsville, a business trip to Russell county last week, spending several days Mr. E. W. Reed made WALLPAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS Come and look over my Line. My prices are right. I can Judge W. W. Jones is expected to save you money on Ladies, and Misses Ready-to-Weget out from home this week. He has Hat3, Waists, Bungalo Aprons, Chesses, Sealpax Underwear, & now been confined about two months, Slippers, Shoes, Hose. "Gents," I Can Supply You, Too! and his many friends are anxious to INCORPORATED i again see him taking an interest in m FERTILIZER. For More Than 40 Years on Market Street the business affairs of the town. I still have a little left come at once. Cannot get any more 8 Mrs. Helena Williams and; her .shipped on account of Railroad conditions. of Louisville, Ky. Best Stores One of daughter, Miss Mattie, remain about I have Avery's Chainless corn drill. in the condition as last reported. The best on Mr. Paul H. Waggoner, Louisville. spent the latter part of last week with i L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, week relatives in Columbia and out in the AT CANE VALLEY. Mr. Ed Diddle will graduate from county. Mr. Tilford Petty and wife arrived Center College at the close of Mr. L. R. Bardin of Summer Shade, this ' '' term. from Lynch, Ky., laet Monday night. Metcalfe Co., spent a very enjoyable Mr. D C Hopper and Mr. O Mr. Horace Cundiff went to Mr. J. A. Willis gone to Ljnch day Saturday, with his daughter, Wileen, lumber dealers of Font Hill, Louis . ir -& iw ville last week where he has accepted Mrs. T. F. Rence, also meeting his to assist in erecting dwellings. x ivere here a few days slnoe... many uommma mends. His two Mr. J. T. Goodman and wife will be iifiiss Leonora Lowe spent several a position, as we are Informed. sons accompanied him. Mrs. J. c. White, of in Greensburg this week. days in Louisville last week. Louisville,, arrived last wsek. to visit her sister, Mr. Doc Walker and Misses Eya Mrs. J. P. Beard and son, John, are Miss Mary Lucy Lowe who has. Ky., is Mrs. L. E. Bradley and relatives out walker, Mary Winfrey and Susan visiting relatives in Green county, been teaching at Auburn lntheoounty. Miller motored to Danville last Sun- this week. , dow at home. The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays Gilbert Eoach and two other young day. Mrs. H. C. Feese is visiting her son, Mias Eula Vaughan, daughter of all disc records. No extra attachmen from the lower end of the Mr. Sam Lewiswas in Cincinnati Mr R. M. Feese, Somerset. Her hus lift-- ani Mrs. O. G. Vaughan, has are necessary. -.band accompanied her to Lebanon, where county, were here last Wednesday,, last week. Georgia, returned from enroute to Indiana. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabiMrs. W. S. Knight, Jamestown, Sunday, and spent the day with their she taupbt. Miss Prances Conover, who taught' was here, shopping, one. day and compare with other malast week. son, Mr. Elzy Fosse. Miss Allye Garnett, who taught in Eastern Kentucky, is now at: Mr. S. F. Coffey, Mr. G. A.Kemp's oondition rechines selling same price and Ur."tfie Northern Kentucky, reached of Granite, Okla., home. you will readily by convinced relative home'last week. arrived last week. His wife and mains about the same as last reported. Mrs. Latitia Montgomery and' superiority of our workmanher children have been here about a to Mr. W. S. Chapnwn was laid up sufferings daughter, Miss May, arrived from montti. For Sale. ship and construction. srveral ikys, of last week, Missouri, last Tuesday night. They with neuralgia. Mr. A, H. Leftwich, native of " stopped at the "home of Mrs. Mollie Traylor,' who is a Adair county, who took up his home -- We have a number of farms from 'Mr. Giarence Rice, who lives in what is knowrras "JEWELER" left in Tiago, Texas, thirty-tw- o years 45 to 200 acres In Adair Co., for sale; afcudemt in the Llndsey-Wilsothe Curd property. Columbia, KVnh,,.! Miss., last ago, arrived last Monday morning. home, West Point, . fof his also several residemov properties in Mrs. J. Si Breeding has returned to He was accompanied Wednesday morning. He will reby his sister, Columbia; let us show you and give ' Elizabeth-- . hospital, Lebanon. Mr. Mrs. L. T. Kemp. They were called description, prices and etc. turn la September, Breeding and his daughter, Mrs. to Metcalfe connty, to see a sick Mrs. Mollie Nell left last WednesCravens &Neat Collins Bridgewater, who visited brother, who is now improving, The water from the Sam Eubank Mr. D. E, Phelps, who waa kick morning, for St.. Joseph, Mo. day Real Bttate Dealers, here, accompanied her. more popular ed in the face by a young well is becoming Office on 2nd floor of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers, Mr. mule last Miss Pearl Bradshaw, who taught Miss Maud Griffith has gone to every day. People from all over week, and badly hurt, Is Fred Myers, wife and children, 'Mr. Burnside, returned to her home, Greensburg for the summer; Jeffries Bldg. rapidly reat Misses town are using it. it Is said to be a covering. Tns bruised R. A. Myers wife and. son, Root. Montpeller, last week. Catherine Nell and Corlnne Breeding blood hn 'uim Julia Miller, who taught at aflfimaganied her "to Campbells villa Page, Mrs.,E. B. Bargef and daughter, G. B. Swinebistd advertises & stomach healer, and there Is not a about disappeared, and In a few more weot to Greeniburg last Sunday. ' valuable farm in the News ttils week doubt bat "it is a stomach cooler. Hazard', Ky.j returned home but days the soreness will have Hiss Elizabeth Cornell returned to' left and ft Laura Jackman is visiting her daughter, who resides at Rowena. Mr. W. H. Wilson is thought to be improving though he is gaining strength slowly. Mrs. tiubbuch Bros. th Wellendorff & PERSONALS. McFarland will leave for Indianapolis the middle of this week. Before she returns she will visit her aunt in Ohio. Mr. Jo Sandusky, wife and children, of Harrodsburg, were .here the first of the week. Mrs. Fannie Cheatham, an aunt of Mr. E. E. Cheatham, visited here last week. She resides near Baker- ton. On her return she was accompanied by Mr. Gordon Cheatham, wife and children, the latter to remain several weeks. Count Stults, Louisville, Is spend ing a few days"in Columbia. Miss Mary Miller, who spent several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Cheek, Nashville, has returned home. Miss Anna Eubank returned from an extended visit to Louisville last Monday night. Miss Alma I BmmmJ ar Kentucky. I HAVE THE GOODS Anything you want in Dry Goods, Groceries, Harness, Hardware, Farming Implements and Fertilizer. the market. rs MMMMliM4M4AM:. -t mi ifiit i fti1 uiruii rrv With a Tone as rich as Gold ments , " net at the it the n, S$ - I E. YOTJISrGr, -- :5s ni. o.-- a jrttfcW