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AUDIENCE LARGE AND YERY ATTENTIVE Notwithstanding Saturday was an ideal day for farm work, about two .hundred and fifty voters quit the plPand laid down the hoe long enough to hear the three Democratic candidates present their claims for a seat In. Congress. Mr. Gordon Montgomery, ' who was the Chairmaa.ot the meeting, made a splendid short address, giving the present Governor of Kentucky a keen rap for failing to keep the promises he made the people before the 'November election: that he promised to lower the taxes; that they were higher than ver- before known in Kentucky, and that 'instead of doing away with useless offices he had created more, thereby increasing the burden already upon the people. In closing his remarks he introduced Col. Frank L. Ripy, of Anderson .county. The Colonel took the stand and said &hatl t afforded himmuch pleasure to sptak to an Adair county audience, many before him he met several weeks ago, upon a former visit. He did not think that the prohibition question should have been brought into the canvass; that it was a dead issue, having been settled by State and Federal amendment; that if we are to be a law abiding people, the manufaature and sale of ardent spirits was at an end. He did not think the question should be discussed until af ter the platform of the National convention has been written and adopted. He stated that he was perfectly willing to stand upon the o. he proved to be"$u,tte an orator and a very fluent 'Jbeaker? He denied that he was a candidate- for Congress on his record as $ private soldier in the World War, but stated that he would, not exchange the experience that' he received from a private's standpoint for any officer; that he enlisted to obey orders that while in' the blacked the service he would-.&avshoes of .Col. Rip or Capt. Swope had he been ordered to so do. Now be was in a position to givesome orders himself, and that whi3n the primary3 was over Judge Gilbert and CoV'Rlpy would take back seats, and when the November election was' over he would have the scalp of 'Capt. Swope 'dangling at his side. He referred to 'Capt. Swope as the "post card edition " The speech was oratorical, forceful, and in our judgment made the .speaker a great many votes. In justice to Col. Ripy we will state that the only reference he made to his army record was a compliment he paid the men who were under him. - OIL NEWS. flower Garden. There is nothing more attractive to ladies and also to men of delicate and refined taste, than a beautiful flower garden. Last week the roses at the home of Mrs. John D. Lowe were in full bloom, the varieties being numer ous, and the odor arising from them aweet and fragrant Many living in dif ferent parts of town made 10 a point to see the attractive display. These flowers were cultivated by Mrs Lowe and her two daughters, Misses Mary Lucy and Leonora, who have proven themselves ladies of exquisite taste. At this season of the year a home minus flowers, indicates that the delicate hand of a womau has been too busy in other affairs, and that the most beautiful plants, the ones that make the residence attractive to the eye, have been neglected. IT Ozark, this county, fell dead early in the night klast Sunday. He was the Linnie Stayton, who have been lovers father of Dr. S Simmons, of Greens- for some time were happily united burg. He was a good, quiet citizen in marriage. Rev. Luther Young, o and had many friends. His remains Mrs. Young." g Both Mr. and Mrs. Watson send the Christian Church, was the officiaC-inwere carried to Russell county for minister. Tho young couple their best wishes to their Columbia, interment. have many friends in the community, friends. f erties and the best wishes of&U their former My rills are due and I must have The McMead Company has been Paid List. associates is extended. .what you owe me So please come unable to complete well No. 2 on the and settle. Automobile drivers would confer & The following are new paid subscribCampbell Bros, farm, Creelsboro, on J ulii Eubank. ers and renewals since our issue of last great- favor upon families whosa account of the'absence of their head Tuesday. street, operator, Mr. Sweet, who was uc It will be gratif) iug to Judge W. C. G Jeffries, Wallace Beard, Maud residences are on the when by slowing down, especially the streets expectodly called to Michigan on ac- W. Jones' frleuds in Adair and ad C Crawford, T. ,E. Jeffries, Horace are dusty, in passing. The dust that count of the critical illness of his joining counties to learn that "after Jeffries, Curt Bell, Geo. M. Maddox, father. They are now fully supplied having been confined for nearly twd D. B. White. Dr. B. J. Bolln, L. C. machines create is unhealthy and it is impossible to keep dwellings aM " .. .V with casing, etc, and tank, jJump, months, he was able to walk down Mori M. s. rreiuy, J. TTT household goods clean. This' is ask poweifed ottiepeguipment necessary to his office last Wednesday ir. wiik ex tterson, fltrs. &i V Taylor. vW. ing but little, and if the request . Ja, i forurplng is on the'Agroundrready be perhaps a couple of "weeks &.- -: 431!It granted, it would certainly fohistalutiSntjind tha$work2ill be he will - have" fully xegaine kubber appreciated. tafrgftoa-F-ranct5Cpushed as fast as possible. strength. He moves slowly and is Sudden Death The Colonel also spoke of national isReliable information is at hand to taking the best of care of himself retired, Baby carriages and Life insurance is a legitimate sues, praised Woodrow Wilson and his We feel sure that in a very short Mrs. Katie Bennett JTupman, who the effect at not less than four business andieveryman who is mak:T. G. Rasner & Son. i magnificent administration, and deing anythingj at all should lay aside: lived with her father, Mr. S. L. additional drilling rigs will be rushed time we will be able to announce that All accounts due Julia Eubank nounced the tactics used by Senator enough money to carry a policy. Bennett, died last Friday evening to Creelsboro at the earliest possible he has fully recovered, and again Lodge and his followers in the presmust be settled by the 15th of this date, and s the water stage is good active in the affairs of the town. There are small and large comabout 8 o'clock She was complaining mi; nth. This means you. ent Congress Altogether he made a early in the morning, ' but her father in the Cumberland at present there , panies, stock companies and The Glasgow Liuiea speaks o good, clean speech, and added more should be no unnecessary delay in the peepers, going aboutT'the city after the last the most dethought that she- would soon feel farmers. names to his string of voters in this sirable. If you want a policy in the to 'his work. When matter. This is a move in the right night, peeping through windows. better, and went countv. old reliable Connecticut Mutual, sea: he returned he founher in a serious direction, and it is hoped there will Keep your gun close at hand and Hon. E. J. Hoby will speak in the Mr Montgomery men introaucea condition and lie called a ' doctor, but be no interruption in the increased J. E. Murrelt. when you see a face at the window, interest of in the Court Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby coun death came before ' he reached the development- work now being planned fire. A man white or black, who House Columbia, Ky , June 5th, at ty, who took occasion to pay a high Home. The deceased was twenty-fou- r in this field, lhe Eastern Star Chapter of thias would be guilty of this act, should no lo'clock.P. M. every body invited to place is progressing nicely and the old compament to Columbia and Adair years old, strictly1 religious, and Dr J. W. Goggin, of Chicago, Vice longer live, and the sooner such low attend. ' members have been, very much encounty for the splendid public men had been a splendid good girl from President of the Beacon Oil Syndicate, down seoundrels are gotten rid of the A. O. Young, County she had produced, men who were childhood. livened, by influx of new additions. now operating in the Creelsboro, was better off will be the community. . becretary of Farmers Union. prominent in the affairs of the State. At toe lastniBBtiug degrees wre conThe funeral and burial took place a visitor here Sunday ancj left for the It is reported that there have beeu "He said that he had beeu a farms on two and four petitions were many relatives and field to spend a few days. Mat Sunday, The Baptist Church at Holmes ferred some night prowling here, and our for twelve years, growing corn and friends being "present. a branch of Mr M. E Weldy, of Bowliug Green, iCitizena are ready for them. was dedicated by Rev. Leslie J B received. This is tobacco, and that he was familiar Masonry that is doing sgreat deal of. organizer and General Manager of the Smith, this place last Sunday. Au imwith the farming interest; that he The District meeting" of Christian McMead Oil Company, Several gardens in town were no mense crowd was present. A bountiful gcod, and we are gratified to learn of. wa3 here Sunfavored legislation tending to pro- Churches, held lat Jamestown was day aud Monday looking over the ter plowed until last week The ownerg dinner was spread, plenty for every- the local Ciupter's success. mote closer co operation between the very largely attended. On Suuday ritory in general, going from here to have not lost b being late, as seed body. Rev. Smith was accompanied Miss Lizzie Harris, daughter of .Mr. government ana the producer, and the crowd was immense, aud turough in the grouud last week will by Mr3 Mar&Philips, Mr. and Mrs. Jamestown. Mr. Weldv talks very and Mrs C. S. Harris, Wtst Point, less assistance from the government to out the meeting there were a uumoer enthusiastically regarding local oil win make more truca. than if planted Albia Eubank aud Miss Miss Mamie iiiss , and who graduated from the the manufacturer: that he was oppos- of splendid ' addresses, ministers conditions and he feels confident some tarlier. It takeb varm weather to Smith. Mr, and Mrs. Jo Knifiey were High School, tnat city, Ust week, in a ed to c.ass legislation, yet that which from all the couuties in the boundary bit; things are in store for this terri- make veetac ion come early It Is also present. dtciauimatori contest, aiie representhe.ei the farmer helped all hemg present. Dinner ou the lawn tory. He also srated v.hile here that fsaia that Mr. John Stewart, who was ing one of.the societies of the instituc.a.-sethat on account) of Sunday and it was immense, consisU he was considering thar. "considering the father of Miss Sallie Stewart, We visited the cemetry last Thurstions, won the gold medal, offered as' the it rained conditions, that he was mg of everj thing good and plenty locating with his faraifp in Columbia. and Alio lived anil died here, never day and found it in averj filthy con- a prize for tne nest reudition. opposed to an additional tax for any for everybody. The Churches liad and I trust he may decide to do so had his gurleu p.owea until the 20th dition. In fact, it was noticeable, purpjse. He did not believe that the good reports and altogether it was a of txiay, each )ear. On that date all that it could not be worked in good Mrs A. C. Froeige, .vho lives at at an early dale. temperance question had been settled very succ&ssf ill and enjoyable gather-fugtraeu seed e;e planted, aud that, shaue for decoration dav, which was Breeding, uudereut a successful field manager ofMr. Bee Whitls, ana .e explained wtiy it is not' settled board should operatiou iu St. AuBheoy Hospital The people .'of Jaruestox-- and J. E. Carnahan Oil Company, ac- he raibea mare vegetables than auj last Sunday. The cit utuioti&i piohibiuon xtaend Russell County diUthemselves proud the tri-Tit. onctj employ a lot of hands, have Louisvine, Vjedries:Jay. last. Shef companied by Crs Whttis, was here other person about town. t He declarer that .1 a wet in entertaining mowed, and all rubbish the vrd will be. able to ret.iu home in a the lirst of thU w.eek ud left for si Co,,. essw e.fcCie thai. a. saloon Mr" 2Jick Ray, who wdsywell-kuowfrom the plot. We owe it to week or twe. v. trip through Russell, Casey and Pu WAxrED Jiotormeu atid Conductic ' sale of uie ana beer cumd he ia GoluruUui. nuiu'j jeura ago, died .in departed loved oues to keep their last 4 .m where the cpt i i u Coiutnois. or any of the ors for the City Lines. We teach you laslci, returning to Ln , abouC ten days ago. He reotiug place cleaii. Duelling iiuts are scarcerim company is engaged iii deep drilling. Waido, Fid. sxa er lowttt if .Adair county, and the Aorii aua - offer steady, employwas a: nathve of Metcalfe ' county, aud Columbia than-- er tufior w&ovVn. Mr Whitis gave out the' 'information He ment. Wages 40f. to 45e au hour zo i a rjliroujthout the nation vwus ell connected, ixa was ttie Vcrv piiical We nave bcn advocation the .openws an organized Apply or write, bupermteudent, In that they ouid drill to the second father of Mrs. A. R. Kassey, auu a si.-- i tiM. there but ing of streets for several-years- , saua at Ziou'a Church, for the purm.,- - Jieut with Joseph W Harriman, dianapohs Street Railway (Jouipauj, broiiler-in-taof Mr. J. 41. Ritchey, thing we have said upon the We'&resoro to report the critical even pose of giving this immediate section PrCi.Jent of the Harriman National Itoom 814 Traction Building, Iiidiau' BurKebViile. Af;er the Fair started a thorough test. coalition of Mr. Horace Alexander, subject has h'une for naught. The t32 4t Par... of New York, at the head, to apohs. Ind n at Columbia, All. Ray spent a great of Burkesville, who is town cannot expand unites building: He announced e ec u wet congress ueal-o- l m thin locality, he and time here aud who has mauy f rieDds in Co lois are put updn the marker. .Cu.fi. A Wei! Known Colored-- ' Man W. W. deceased, being in parttl.a he was strictl dry, ana outitd lumbia aud in Adair couuty. For Pheips Bros, sold L.yo car loads c nership ia handling aud showing fine that his two opponents were promi-nePasses. several years he has been traveling hogs ou the Louisvihb market lastn Hb was about "wets " In closing he endorsed I am selling now at $9 00 at crib, but stock over v. for the Louisville Grocery Company, i weeu. They were uoUghL here with-i- u $12 50 in thirtj dars 74 ears old. the Lgue of Nations The speech io will-bvisiting the merchants of this county Last Friday afternoon, aboud 6 $1.50 of the Lyuisvi.ie market. was well received aud made Uie Judge B. Corbin, Columbia, Ky. A. o'clock, Ambrose Williams, of color, about twice a month. He has been " The Keutuckj Creamery ha3 estabsome votes intimately known to the editor of died, after a long illnese. The end Bennett & Lay received one hut- lished a branch plant at the bakery of Last Sunday was Memorial Day, Geo T. Davis, of Casey Private came at his home in the suburbs of News since his early manhood, died and eight hogs here, last weekv decoration services were held in Wilsop & Bennett, this place, and lhe county, followed Judge Gilbert, Jie, and was brought to this we have been friends from boyColumbia. He $1.5"J of the Louisville market all uailmal cemetrie3. People of that firm is now ready to buy- - cream. and A Chesterfield in manners, at hood. too, being introduced bv .Mr Mont . Will.receiye it on Tuesday and Friday Columbia met in the oity cematery piace when a small boy, Swhitjmd hasr(another big sals immaculate in his linen, ever ready gomery, ne never oeiore appeared Sunday afternoon- - and decorated the of M Timel?on Cravyns. ard Wlt ';eaclffAey&-- . ' td" mio-da- j 'sNews. to ireet his "friends with a warm Hbefo anaLdalrcount-audience- , ones and. h!3 Gh'dti;d. diivt. aesr.of'lovei h - Coast, representing: Olean, New "Kork people, and also per- -' sonal Interests, was here during the past week looking over territory preparatory to drilling at an early, date. Mr. Coast is one of the reliable operators, a man vwho .knows the business from every angle, and the fact that he is willing, and ready to invest money in this fleld is very encouraging to the oil ., fraternity in -t this section. With the exception ofia short shut down, awaiting the arrival- of casing, the Carnahan people are. progressing nicely on well No. 1 at Z ion's Church. The progress of this drilling is 'being watched very closely and with more than passing interest by oil men gen erally, as the result of the undertak ing will mean much to the further development of that immediate territory. Dr R. M. Armstrong, of Augusta, Ga., who has been spending several days at his old home in Russell county, was here Thursday on his way home, and reported that he was so favorably impressed with the general outlook for oil in this territory that he was willing to spend some .of his money in development work, and that he and his brother, Mr. W. A. Armstrong, of Creelsboro, had contracted for the immediate drilling of four wells to be located. on their own prop- -, Mr. W. F. well-know- n, hts entire life was spent in this place. He was trusty and was very much .liked by the white settlement, there being but few families in the community he had not worked for during his, career. We do not know his exact age, but we reckon from events, he having come to this place before the civil war, that he was about 71 years old. He leaves a wife and daughter. The remains were interred in the colored cemetry Saturday, a number of whites attending and a large circle of his race. Entertained. On the afternoon of May 20th, Miss Elra Willis entertained some of her friends in honor of her 15th birthday. The' guests present were Misses Eller Samuels, Iha I) Wilkinson, Lena " Bolln and Doliie Strange .All pres ent had an enjoyable time, aa they had excellent music, both t.vocal and instrumental, and were se.rved with the best of cakes and the finest of strawberries as refreshments. - fell Dead. Mr. Felir ?fShnmdns, who lived at A private letter from Rev. B. T. Watson will be of Interest, especially to the people of Columbia and in the boundary of Union Church. Since reaching Providence, Ky., his mind underwent a change. The manse at Providence is yet. to be erected and it wouid'take all summer to build it. He says: 'I received a very flattering call from Lewisburg, Tenn., and on on-- account of the many conveniences I think the change should have been made. At Lewisburg they have a newly fitted manse, with all modern accommodations, the finest" of water, good garden nice peach orchard, grapes, shade trees and blue grass yard. The proposition I accepted increases m salary aud I am given four weeks vacation each year. Lewisburg has a population of 3,500 and pikes leading from the town in every direction The Church is made of .pressed brick, trimmed in stone, with baseroom. ment and Sunday-Scho"Mrs Watson hufeturned from the sanitarium greatly improved. She, gained ten pouhdsVfcnd sleeps much better. Since herrerATrn we have been to Princeton, Ky., spending sev eral days with Mrs.' Watsons aister, ol shake and a happy smile. He navar. had a dollar but tie was more thaa willing'to divide--- it with the needy. He- believes in the good Book, and his religion has been to revere his maker arid to do all he could for the unfortunate. If it is the will of God to take - him, we believe that when he reaches, the Golden Gate, ha will be met by Saint Peter, who will say, "enter, th good you did in yonders world over- balances your.imperfectlons." In this connection we ate called to record and accident which hap jZZ pened to Mr. Alexander's wife a week' ago. She was wearing her"glassei' "' " and stooped to pick something from4 ' ic the floor when her face struck a chair ' "-N j ,'r round, breaking her glasses, badly in ' juring her eyes. She riad to be placed A i J in a dark room, and she was a great sufferer for some days. She is'novr "' better, we are glad to state! up-wo- n -- ' M For Sale. Organ and nice selectlon"bf Talking' f r. machine Plate Records. 4 1. T. G. Rasner & Sn. a very pretty "wedding-o- n Casey Creek, on Sunday, the 23rd of May. Mr. E B. Chelf and Miss Thera.-sw- as ; Jgdi-gan- , ,-. T ifclfc Ku&:ai ijtAJfcN H go-car- ts Mutus-companies- , - the-farme- s - pt -- s; , . g. - s m-u- tu ' u - m - w -- well-know- e 4 the-Stat- e . the-.proper- ty s -- K 'tftf v . x- - " 2 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS W- ENTION, FARMERS; : S Comparative size of space coreied by a gallon of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. Conporatire srw of space coTered by a gallon o( "cbeap paint. have a big Lot of RIDING AND WALKING ; 'V r CULTIVATORS at Special Prices. Covering CapacHy-th- e test of Paint Prices V Disc Harrows, Pulverizers '"How much surface will it cover?" THAT'S the point that really decides whether a paint is cheap or expensive. Judge Hanna's Green Seal by this and every other quality standard and it will prove this is the paint really cheapest. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT gives maximum "yardage to every gallon. It has covering capacity greater by many yards "cheap" paints, Also it WEARS than longer and looks better. Formula on every package. so-call- ed Smoothing Harrows Anyone Wanting a SAMSON TRACTOR for Fall Plowing, Place your Order Now. x SOLD BY DAVIS HARDWARE COLUMBIA, COMPANY u KENTUCKY. EVERYTHING IN BUOCIES AND WACOM have a large supply of Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. B Also Ellwood and American Fence. the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. St Rid-ing el Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO Incornorated and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. 116 EaalMatke! Street Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. &3S3S5GS5QS3GS5E5SQS5Z3BGS w J3$JQ$5S3SJS3S3C3S53?JC3C3 AUTOMOBILE LINE Columbia and Gampbellsville KENTUCKY. TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. As The Days Go By. haunted us, and we realized the words of the pcet: "Let Time swing out with his As the clouds gather and the As a rule we have the slightrain doth fall, sickle: he can reach ruddy est use for a "peeper" or an cheeks, ripe lips and bashing Thought arises to one and all. eavesdropper, but we have a eyes, but he cannot quite reach As the shadows fall and the confession to make on the first years go by, love." When a man really loves account. Here it is: One moona woman she will never grow Inhabitants live and inhabitants light night very recently our die. woman loves a What The Peeper Saw. picture fi Here on earth gladden some one's heart, Held to give them to heaven a 5 cease. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. ro. Leaves CampbelisviUe 9 I 9:30 p. in. and p. hj. : 9 i PHONES. L start. Oh what we miss if we down fCampbcMe) Columbia, 123 W. E. NOE. 3&G8G83$0$2G8G&OS3 fall, And miss thy offer of homage to ' - stopped and two lovers are traveling to sat an old man and an old woman. They were well past ward the City of Silence, but the allotted threescore years they have left a picture never, and ten. He was smoking a to be forgotten a masterpiece. Paris (Ky) Press. well seasoned corncob pipe and reading the Bible. She was If you have reason to think your we peeped. child is suffering from worms, take knitting. Still Then she looked up at him and the safe course use White's Cream smiled and said something. He Vermifuge. Worms can not resist laid down the Book, reached its expelling influence. Price, 35c. Drug. Co but for his cane, got up and Sold by Paull hobbled from the room, return- For Sale. ring shortly carrying a glass ofj We have farms in Adair Co., and water, which he handed her. desirable homes in Columbia for sale. And as she drank she'held the Call on or write to Cravens & Neat, wrinkled and bony hand of her real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jef"lover. And the look she gave fries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. ' him and the look he gave her were the shafts of sunshine WANTED--Fiv- e white girls to work 'breaking through the muky in Hotel. Good wages and room' and days of gloom and board. Wrlte'Hardesty Hotel. 'clouds after Lebanon, Ky. ;rain. Fo days . an wees tnat -- old, and when a all. way lay down a dark street. man he is not decripted or bowed Many thave pleasure and many Oh wonderful vision all pearly Several rods ahead could be or tremulous. She is the same have sorrow, ' and white, seen a little shaft of light, and lass he wooed and he is always And many have no thought of That we are to see if we live when the spot was reached we the same gallant young fellow alright. found a window with the blinds who won her heart and her wrapping her mantle of dark Mittie M. Bennett half way up. Wickedly, but are absolute hand. They clouds about her the old not maliciously, we hesitated, equals, happy and free. These Joppa, Ky. year passes away, peeped. There w, &2eK&i ee&BieKaeKa9K I Colun bia Barber Shop & 5K fcSg v l LOY & LOWE A Sanitary 23-- tf New year comes in her beauty A bad taste in the mouth comes but not to stay. from a disordered stomach and slugWhat happiness in a year one gish state of the bowels. Herblne cor- TOP.a Planting Soy Beans. can't state, u..u uuuv.o luiiuguiaioijfi '.wv tho hrnnMa Immintnln J.U Fifteen or twenty pounds of purifies the bowels, helps digestion, All the joys and all the fate. seed to the acre will be required Tho when sorrow our home and sweetens the breath. Price, 60c. One important item in the soy if the crop is planted in rows Sold by Paull Drug Co. doth fill, , bean culture is the depth of three feet apart, while a broadplanting. Poor stands will re- casted or drilled crop We know it is the good Lord's will reThe new plant for the sult if the seeds are not planted quire sixty to ninety pounds will. Baptist Seminary, to be to shallow for the soy bean seed- the acre. Soy bean "Know it while we linger in built at Louisville, will cost $2,- seeds ling has not the power to push weigh sixty pounds sorrow and in, pain, 000,000. The Southern BaptiBi of seed to itself through a deep covering of the bushel, but they vary greatThinking of losses and not of Convention which convened at ', soil. A depth of two inches is ly gain. in size. Thus 2,100 seed Washington, D. C, 'last week, considered the most favorable. But why be loss, if all is well, of the Mammoth variety, and voted $1,000,000 to the Planting deeper than this will When thou ringeth forth thy 6,400 of the Pekin variety are the stand greatly. reduce pealing bell. contained in a pound. For Should a hard crust form on the Thou knowest best, thou noble economy in the us& of It would be a good idea for surface before the seed has adjustment of the rate seedrtf one, of plan Who calls us home when our the Democratic ladies of the come through, it should be ing according to the size t is done. county to form clubs in each broken with a smoothing harrow seed is therefore necessary, til Have thought of those who die seeder, for it is 7 not broken larger quanlties just mentioned! precinct, looking forward to the or a ;: in peace, the crust will tend to reduce should ba used of large seed' ' That happy life shall never election. the stand. rod the pbajler seed. x I T- - &! Give us both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. Shop, where a Trial and be Convinced. aeKeei -- I ' i DAIR COUNTY NEW A. 7? " i ECZEMA m without que tionif Hunt's Sal fail In the treatment of Eczema, clean town creates comment "HOgEY BACK - nd. lota oa our Money Back Cmarmntt: Try it at oar risk Tetter, Rloiworm, Itcb, etc. Doa't Become dlicouroced because other treatments failed. Hunt's Salra has relieved hundreds of tuch cases. You can't Comment advertises a place. Advertising puta us on the map. Let's keep this town clean. men are recognizing their that they soon vinced that they Some so averse to f K3S&V vJ" Yi - si J K y uay. race 73c at own faults wv l become con- Sold by Paull Drug Company. are without There is no end to the financial end of mankind. Those of us who have no money want it, and those who have it want more. -- v Reports from Russia indicate an early collapse of the Lenine The Senatorial investigating regime which it said is growing committee has been given evivery unpopular. dence that Gov. Lowden has Earth holds many blessings spent to win the Republican $404,-93for you but it is not hunting nomination for President you with a brass band a deli- - In accordadce with the request of the Allies the United States has been asked to become commander over Armenia. The President has sent the request to Congress where it received a cold welcome. SJ.wJ. -P 3lP HHL gWlp W9BBBBBBa9DBBBBH ' 4, gation of orators. hustle. Get out and Poinclexter 000. which i9 much more than any of the other candidates. com-n-xc with $75. llllllllllaVBBBSBalalBBBiBnDBBaBBF& jBWByfyTT- ma- FALICE JOYCE Of all the reigning favorites of the early motion pictures, Alice Joyce alone shines as a star today. With such notable plays as Charles Klein's "The Lion and the Mouse" and "The Third Degree;" the famous Drury Lane melodrama, "The Sporting Duchess;" Rex Beach's story, "The Vengeance of Durand," and "Slaves of Pride" as her mediums, Miss Joyce has entered an era of steadily increasing popularity. She occupies a place among the rulers i r !&H I " - Tj'illj of the screen. "Don't change your company," Is tne advice Earle Williams gives to younj screen players, and then he adds, "providing you are with the right company.' Earle Williams is one of the few film players who has never changed hQ habitation from one studio to another. He commenced his career 12 yearj ago with the Vltagraph star family and has never strayed from the fold "The Wolf," visualized from Eugene Walters' famous stage play, and "Tft Fortune Hunter," from Winchell Smith's play, have been the means of em Dhaslzing Mr. "Williams' ability and popular attraction recently. ear.l0 Villi am 5 (p i JEAN i PAIGE - r 4 on the mvh- smil In fact she never made a Joan Paige never apptji-eipicture until she came to the Vltagraph studio and was given a role in an O. Henry two reel feature. She is the product of a farm in Paris, 111., and, like the fanner, makes hay while the sun shines. Soon Miss Paige was leading woman for Harry T. Morey and later for Earle "Williams in "The Fortune Hunter," and now she is being with Joe Ryan in a serial. j ure Ilairj T. Morey is to he found in No. 10, When not at work on .. i a dressing room which dates back to the early days of his career in the Brooklyn studio of Vltagraph. It was 10 years ago that he occupied this room with Earle Williams. The walls resemble a combination of art museum and rogues' gallery. They are hung with pictures of Morey In various roles, ranging from a policeman, his first part ; the crook, Joseph Garson of "Within the Law," to the high financier in "The Gamblers." Recently, he has added Philip Grey in "The Birth of a Soul" and a detective character in "The Flaming Clew." HARJty T. MOR.EY Joe Ryan won ihe prize lor riding Dynamite, a bucking steer belonging to a wild west show playing in Denver, and on top of that received an offer to go into pictures as a cowboy. Thus filmland secured a new type of bad man. He couldn't help playing a bad man for he was born at the foot ol Devil's Tower in Crook County, Wyo. He has lived up to the name of nia natal county, playing the vicious but rather likable villain. Joe Ryan Is now at work on a serial in which he will appear as both he a and villain. JOE RYAN GIVE US THAT IS NEXT J03 UP-TO-DATE OUR WORK THE NEWS is $1.50 and $2.00 per year. Send in your subscription at once. riftr cat Wh-- n Yes, we all may live for vear3 without knowinK'thetrue hearts o" oi.t t.Mgnbrs. but their r'nmi ies and thir dogs and d. The wise man listens to the opinion of others. The fool Friendship in many case3 is thinks his own are the only (ones only money deep. of value. A wish gratified is no longer a wish. Pertinent Shots. man aenieveb fame It has lost ita charm. Of course, in the absence of sugar we can always turn to Congressman Arthur Rouse, of th Sixth Kentucky District, declined the Chairmanship of the Congressional Democratic Committee. Vice President Marshall, in an - and proceeds to mil a- - noise about it he is quickly forgotten. The world has little use for a false alarm. Even one lone man can do Southern much for the community in to the address Baptis. Convention urged th- which he lives, but when all chuich ti stay cut of politics. :men pull together there is no end to the possibilities. The wise man takes a hint in our wives for the sweetness our time. Tne fool regrets when natures crave. too late. Some people appear to carry Honesty brings man its own their honor in their pockets rew d. but . a theif o'ten and1 such pockets-are-generally ?natcties it away Yes, full of holes. c , LPfpOneDrop -- J people acquire Europe is again a bunch of" fortuues) ' honestly. tiuder, with every nation dreadvrreat Tbev are willed to them. ing tiie time when another many da A TH H WMT k g SM Jow ettA', A few drop turtwarauwryKiMMir in tbo water cores and prevents wbito diarrhoea, cholera. bufitfestioa s other cbtck disease. Use da- -r t prevent disease and tare yoor cticfct. StatU size 60 cents, wlW I'll V' 4AT)a7C U17CE UntUll Congressional investiThe gation of the high price of print paoer find3 that it is due to a Canadian trust. War divuit-1 Bourbon Stometfy Co. Soi.l jv it xTdTfie jJjy At druttlits. or seat by noon receipt ot price. $1.50. BcoeO small d - untoa. xy. rJvcare ctow lJ5.i.C.- rVV, : t 1 - not the only asset Miss Griffith possesses; her facial expression is in a. class Ty Itself. There Is not an emotion, shade or degree of feeling that she cannot ' Sxcum. by Uormresd to the express with her features. "The Climbers," "Therwwsrf Collateral" and "Deadline at Eleven" give, an Vffftf' anil ttoUi( l ' UC I.U.UtMfVs feature-alsshow Miss Griffith in ?TTp fffW UmWftH, stdWai: ' will apply cue torch. man who wants to be CORJNNE. GRIFFITH Corinne Griffith is known as the best dressed woman on V. a screen. Her right with hia felloes should A keen mind, a healthy body gowns are designed especially for her productions and quite frequently this f ,, e richt with himself anil a willingness to do should favorite of the silver screen sets the style for Dame Fashion. But dress is nrat STUDIOS The fc 1 rrophies are to be .$''-ldjl (lftjW jffi -- The man who minds his own make a succes3 o any man jrenerllr finds that, bur it- often sends them!to jail busine3 tnfripess welIvwortlrmfrttJf.ng: ns'eai. - i v- i. - 4- T f A(kir Coaaty kev3s - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS and if he is not nominated, and business with County Judge Sinclai r this office and paid it is not likely that he will be, He also called athis News marked up $3.00 and had Published Cn Wednesdays. there will be something doing another year. not laid down in the program. Mrs. Nettie McCormack, of Bates ftt Colanv6iai Kentucky- Just now it looks like Gov. Low- - county, Mo., is visiting .her uncle, Illinois will knock the I Mr. a. b. Cox. .E.MURRELL, Editor den, of Mr. w. R. Lyon and. his son, Mgr plum, though ire is way Denma HAMUBTT, MRS. Senator Johnson in instructed George, and Mr. B. C. Borders, Gen. Wood has more Campbellsville, were here last FriDemocratic nnrnnpet flrroUd to Um interest strength. theOItyof Cohwiblm and the ptople of Adair preconvention votes than any of day. Mr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsyille, sfl adjoining conotif . the candidates named, but he is who represents a Louisville House, sure to be left Furthermore, a was here the latter part of last week. as second Catered at the Colnmba n gentleman may receive the ' Mr. T. J. Bogers, Lexington, was teUmaU matter. who has not up to this at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. time been named for the posi Dr. B. J. Boiin, Glenville, waB in WED. JUNE, tion. Columbia last Saturday. 1 . i TWO SPLENDID FARMS THE N.'A. RAWLINGS FARM & J. A. BANDY FARM AT ...... DSr ... Port-OfBc- e nom-inatiu- AUCTION SALE '- - i On the Same Day , el 2,-19- 20.. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dillon' and sons, Subscription Price let and,'2nd iPostal Zone SOperyer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perfye&r A. Subscription due and Payable IntAdrance PERSONALS. Breeding," spent Sunday atjheome of Mr. N. T. Mercer. ... Mrs. Nathan Waggener, Mr,.-an- d TUESDAY JUNE 8th The Rawlings Farm at 10 o'clock a, m. The Efandy Farm at 2 o,clockvp. m. THE RAWLINGS FARM: 49 acres in Casey County, on Cafcey Creek-GravSwitch and Rolling Fork Pike, 4 miles South of Gravel Switch. Everybody knows the productive- ness of Rolling Fork land, Four room cottage, 4 room tenant house, stock 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 corn, balance grass and hardwood timber. Well watered and fenced. , Will be sold without reserve, d or limit. An Absolute Sale. Remember the time, 10 1 1-by-bi- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOE CONGRESS. Miss Margaret Lovett returned home Mrs. waiter from Logan College at Eussellville field, visited last week where she graduated this year Mary .Biggs, Mlsi Laura Smythe and MasterLeighton Smythe, on their return from Washington D. C, visited Baltimore, Annapolis, Md., and Norfork, Va., and spent one day on the Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Sandeis and their little son, William Breeding, left last week for a ten day's visit to Mrs. Sanders' sisters, who live at Winder, Ga. Mrs. J. S. Breeding returned from Lebanon Hospital last week. She has greatly improved. Mr. A. O. Taylor spent several days of last week at Montpeller, his mother and sister, Miss Jessie being quite sick. Mr. Horace qupdifEJbas accepted a and has position In the been on duty for the past week. He is a capable and. a very accommodating young man. Mr. F. F. Suter, of Louisville, made a business trip to this place recently. Mr. J. W. Woodhead, Cynthiana, had business in Columbia a few days since. Mr. McDaniel, Burnside, was here a few days ago. "Mrs. pdst-ofdc- ej S. iiumpnress, on spring at the homeo Mtf W. i Chapman last Saturday and Bun -- ? ' : dav. ' 4 We are authorized to announce BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, n a candidate for the Democratic for Congress In this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election Saturday, nomi-natio- Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Reed? Misses Frances Beed and Eva Walker left Monday, to attend th Commencement exercises in the Georgetown College. 1 ' o'clock. THE BANDY FARM: August 7, 1920. i v are authorized to announce FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson County, a Democratic candidate for Congress, in the Eighth district, subject to the action of the State primary Auguit 7, 1920. We Hon. C. F. Montgomery, Attorney Wat Brown, Master Morris Montgomery and Mr.. Oscar Fair, of Liberty, "were hare last Saturday, to attend the speaking. E. C. Moore, Mr. 50 acr;es 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 bam combined, all necessary out buildings. Tobacco on this farm last year averaged ninety-tw- o cents. 5 "acres in meadow, balance in grass-an- d timothy. Accessible to Perryville High School. 1 Both of these Farms will be sold on easy Terms, and for Possession FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. We are authorized to announce Hon. Bichard P. Ernst, of Kenton county, a Republican candidate for U. S. Senator. Primary first Saturday in Kimbler spent a few Campbellsville last Monday. hours in Miss Latltia Paul, who taught in Eastern Kentucky, reached home last Friday. Mr. G. B. Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, who conducted January 1, 1921. Now The them. the time-tman who is o buy. You will pay more later. Land will continue to increase in value. iuys either of these farms isure to sell at a profit before he has to pay for by-bi- d, Carranza is dead and old Villa is riding a high horse. The government has started a thousand men on the hunt- - of de-fac- to a millinery store in Jonesboro, Ark., returned home last Friday. Mr. R. Mont Feese, wife and children, of Somerset, are spending a few' days in Columbia. Mr. Feese is half owner and business manager of the Somerset Journal. of Louisville,' spending this week in Columbia) Mr. L E. Young and Mr. Millard Young attended the District meet: " Ing as Jamestown. Is Remember Swineboardis 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. ! ' ill Both of these farms are in good neighborhoods close to schools and churches, and w anyone a desirable home. They are money makers. Don't overlook these sales. make SW1NEBROAD ALWAZS OFFERS SOMETHING THE BUYERS WANT. For further particulars see the owners of the farms or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at Danville, or Mr. W. H. Eubank, SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man Km. Nina Denver graduated from The best evidence that there the Deaconess' Hospital, .Louisville, will soon be a decided drop in week. Her sister, Mrs. Lena prices, the banks in the East have Mr. J. H. Hagan, Lebanon, had Paul, went to the city and witnessed big loans. The business in this place one day last the exercises. Quit making hoarders and profiteers will be week. Hon. T. R. Stults has returned from Mr. John F. Piatt, Louisville, was a business trip to Livingston, Tenn. compelled to sell. Mrs LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Hotel a few days ago. Mrs. Ruby Turney left Monday, to Gapt. Larkin, a new man is at Mrs. B. F. Howe returned from visit her mother, in Tennessee. the bellows in Louisville, and Louisville last week. She left her Mr. J. E. Garnett was in Jamessister, Mrs. Bubarts, who is improvtown the latter part of last week on the indications are that he is ing in a sanitarium,that city. professional business. making it warm for the gam- Mrs. J. K. Bobertson and Miss blers and thugs. Reformation Annie Conover, who live in Portales, is certainly needed. It is no New Mexico, arrived last week. good to try to stop gambling un- Miss Conover is a daughter of Mr. less you have a man on the look- and Mrs. Bobt. Conover, and she For Sale. out who is not a gambler. Like teaches in the High School, Portales, Prof. W. M. Wilson being the at the Jeffries Three Dandy Farms of Additional Locals. r" , J. W. RIGGINS AT PUBIC AUCTION 10 all other professions, a fellow Superintendant. feeling exists. Two fine homes in Columbia. 6 R House, 2 ' Republican leaders were busy at Washington last week, compiling a platform to be adopted at Chicago National Convention. It is given out that the docu-mewill not contain a word on the liquor question. If that is a :;. fact the rank and file will say . that the party favors a modifi-catio- n in the prohibition laws, Kandmany hundred Republicans will not support the ticket. nt Miss Eleanor Grissom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Grissom, is visiting at the home of Mr. K. Mont 7 7 R R Feese, Somerset. acres, $2,500. House, 3 acres, 3,000. House, 2 acres, 4,000. A. Tuesday June 15th, O'clock A. M. In Casey County, Kentucky, right at Middleburg, on the Middleburg and McKinney Pike, 7 miles of McKinney, 8 miles of Hustonville, acres. acres. TRACT NO, 2:-- 70 acres. TRACT NO. splendid farm of 155 acres. TRACTS NOS 1 and 2 join and make a IMPROVEMENTS: On Tract No. 1, splendid two story dwelling, with seven rooms, two by 80, 7 acres wheat sown to grass, 7 arres tobacco, 16 acres halls, two porches, cistern, bam-5- 0 clover, balance in blue grass. On tract No. 2, 7 room dwelling, three porches, two halls, bam 50 by 50, water in bam. Cribs, 14 acres in scales, machine sheds, and all out buildings. On this tract 25 acres of bottom land. .com, 5 acres orchard grass and clover, 10 acres meadow, balance in blue grass. These farms are noted as being the most productive farms in Casey County. In a high state of cultivation. Level and gently rolling limestone soil, and must be seen to be appreciated. The farms will be subdivided and sold in small tracts with the privilege to the purchaser to buy as many tracts as he desires. You will have" the opportunity to buy the- - improvements with a small acreage, or Just as many acres as you want, or to buy unimproved land. Two splendid orchards Judge W. S. Sinclair, Connty Attorney W. A. Coffey and Jailer A. W. Tarter returned from Frankfort the first of last week, where they were given anaudience with the Governor, on special business. Mr. Good business building, Cheap. 240 Choice. 4 miles out. 2 Farms, desirable, near town. TRACT NO. l:-- 85 375 The Kemper Co. Office-- . Jeffries Hotel. -- The by Congress intended to repeal the state of war between the United States and Germany, was properly vetoed by President Wilson. The President's action will be endorsed by a large majority of the American people. This country wants a lasting peace, and the document prepared setting forth a League of is for that purpose. Na-gtions F. W. Haley, Nashville, was at The reports that come to this office concerning the wheat crop that the Jeffries Hotel last Thursday. will be harvested in this month, is Mr. J. W. Buchanan, Campbells-ville- , very unfavorable. We are told .that made a business trip to Colum- there are only few good- - fields in the bia last Thursday. county, and not over a half crop will joint resolutions passed Mr. Hugh Sharp, of Jamestown, be cut who has been doing special work 1 at en-rou- te Frankfort, was here last Friday, home. Mr. C. A. "of For Sale. touring car, in good con E. Claycomb, Bliss, Ky. travels out Knollingburg, who A Ford Louisville, was here a ditlonT C. few days ago. on the 70 acre tract. TRACT No. 3 unimproved grass and timber land, These farms are located in a good community, rightat Middleburg, a thriving village of three hundred people, two churches, Graded & High School, splendid progressive Bank, a number of stores. In fact a good business community. The productiveness of the soil and the first class improvements will appeal to you. Next Tuesday June 8, the Re- Mr. M. H. Lewis and wife arrived 2t. last Thursday from Jeffersonsville. A No. 1 Ford touring car for sale Mr. Lewis is employed in the new tires, Hirst class condition. Call Quartermaster's Depot, and he only 96 A. or see Epperson & Jeffries remained a few days. His wife will Columbia, Ky. be in the county several weeks. Is your property for sale? The Mr. Wallace Beaid, who is in the revenue service, stationed Will be sold on easy terms and for possession January , 1921. Now is the time to buy. Do or limit. Any d not delay. This farm will be sold to the High Dollar, without reserve, price you pay on the day of sale you can sell for at a profit before you have to pay for the land. and he "ALWAYS S Swinebroad is the only man who universally advertises NO 1 by-bi-- , BY-BID- SELLSs just ' as advertised. For furtner particulars see J. W. Riggins at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at my office in Uanvuie,- or publican National Convention will convene in Chicago. Every -- thing is in readiness aud we predict a stormy time. Senator . SJohrison, of California, who is a leading candidate for the Presidency, has a gift of kicking, at Ather-tonvill- e, arrived last Friday with wife and baby, enroute to see his father and other relatives who live Kemper Co., will find a buyer. his Jeffries Hotel. Mrs. Office 25-t- f ' SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man at 2Teatsburg, Mr. Curt Bell and. his little daught- Nelson Mill, died last week. She er, Kizzle James, were In Colnmbia' was seventy-o'd- d years old, and died last Friday, the- - former having some with diseases incident to old age. Frank Woolridge, whose home was East of Jamestown, near the V Lancaster, Kentucky. Come hear Bolivar Bond on the Block. Look up the advertisement of Swinebroad's farm sales ," on June 16 17, 18 and 19th. iff -- k 1 M ' i a". A- - ' e Q 31 ADAIR COUNTS NEWS OX SO ! 0 o IDE SO -- 9' ?'. i: TO 0 v HE FARMERS nv NEW SPRINO GOODS IN ALL ' i '" f DEPARTMENTS D -- k o - Now is the time you need work tools. And we are ready; to supply you. with RUSSELL & CO. i o ; Plows, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, - 'Corn Planters, o V OE io "j .' -- 0$ Corn Drills, OK Ti i And all other kinds of Implements, Wagons, r Buggies, '? Harness, Fertilizers. K JTM.m. -- r- Field THE UNIVERSAL CifcR J 2 Seed, and ' Ford cars are important servants everywhere. They help the family enjoy life, bring the pleasures and DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY Kentucky. advantaegs of the town within reach of the farmer and give practical service every day in country and town. They require a minimum of attention; any one can run the Ford and care for it, but it is better to have repairs and replacements taken care of by those who are familiar with the work and have the tools, the genuine materials, and skilled men to do the work promptly. We pledge Ford owners the reliable Ford service with real Ford parts and standard Ford prices. Columbia, .X1 IHaaalBHKiHHIHHaiHaiHiiBBInDie2iaMi T. F. CORBIN ENOUGH OF THE RIGHT KIND. fire. THE BUCH ANAN-LYOg- y COMPAYN. RPORATjED. IN CO CANE VALLEY, KY., -- - Auctioneer and Dealer In Enough Insurance of the. right kind is an asset to any man of business, and is best when most needed--aftthe er Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. Real Estate. te - K Your Eisiiuss licited. So and .becomes a liability when most needed--after Too little Insurance, or the wrong kind, is only a partial asset at best -- the fire. safe sound indemnity. Enough Insurance in this Agency will satisfy the most exacting property-owne- r. The Service Agency furnishes Ozark. turned home. Mr. Tim Conover and wife, of only the right kind Not much corn planted in this Texas, visited their relatives section. Wheat, oats and grass here last week. Mr. Conover grew to manhood look promising. We also have was born and in this community, a son of Mr. fine prospect for fruit. and Mrs. Tom Conover, deceased Born, to the wife of Lys Misses Cora Lee, Estelle and Young, May 2nd, a girl. Clyde Montgomery, children of An infant, two or three days Mr. Luther Montgomery, are old, of Mr. and Mrs. Porter very sick with typhoid fever. Brockman, died last Friday. Mr. G. G. Reynolds remains "One entire plant in Akron is given over to the manufacture of about the same. this size of tire and there is turned Miss Lula Bailey is much bet- out of this plant 20,009 finished tires ter this week. everyday. Sold by Buchanan-Lyo- n N. A. McKinley and family Company. of Campbellsville, visited relaMr. H. T. Walker has purchased a new Ford and is making good use of tives here last week. McKinley, of Colum- it. It is a great convenience in Gordon Alva Grider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building! I REED BROS. "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. Columbia; - - -- 4 'Kentucky. Come In and See KentucKv Ginseng Nursery Established 1891 the $7,000,000 3V-inch Tire M ONDAY, THURSDAY ; .special machinery, special ixnethods, special organiza , Ition. This is the famous Firestone molded 3J4 inch tire that has its own plant, its own J SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. J. W. SEARS, Proprietor GENERAL OMMISSION MERCHANT We Want ' " bia, visited his couBin, Lone Mr. John Rose and wife are now Willis, at this place, last Saturoccupying the residence owned by , day night. Mrs. Zora Howe, recently vacated by family Dr. W. J. Flowers and family. E. A. McKinley and visited the home of Mr. Mont Figured voiles the latest at Murray's Conover, Garlin, last Sunday. The Kemper Co. Jeffries Hotel, bay Mr. Will Ed Burton, Garlin, f spent a day recently, with Mr. and sell Oil and Gas leases. Itching diseases can be controlled Albert Bryant. They spent sev- going to and from his work. duction. This permits a falue in tires never before accomplished at the price.'. Get your share of these , savings by having us equift Shus Firestone serves car (Owners with quantity pro- - . -- Tons on May Apple Root, Wild Ginseng, Golden S j and all other Boots and Herbs having medicinal value. We sell direct to the Crude Drug Manufacutrers, We have a number of farms from m Wholesale Druggists, Botanical Drug Millers, Exporters, 45 to 200 acres in Adair Co., for sale; l etc. You get better prices by dealing direct with us and avoid middleman's profits. also several residence properties in For Sale. Columbia; let us show you and give description, prices and etc. Cravens &N"eat Real Estate Dealers, ' Office on 2nd floor of Jeffries Bl'dg. The Ginseng Culturist Guide Pi Second edition revised, from seed to market. 29 veara practical experience Price 10 cents to those who desire their names on our new mailing list. eral .months together in training t:amp, but were separated before going overseas, and did not see each other again until they re- - interesling booklet with 25-tCumberland Grocery Co. valuable hints on 'How to get the very best service from your tires' SO Box 363 X3 will be given free to all who call at Wanted A good man who underand cause removed by applying Bal- stands driving a Packard Truck; No pur service station." Sold by EPfffrPffgFJSWBESffgfg lard's Snow Liniment. The relief is other need to apply. Company, prompt and permanent. Three Sain BnrdAtte sold an Aberdeen .,.. crop s The orcsnecrfl T. C. Taylor & Co. x . per bottle. sizes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 good, aad 16 Is said thatiutw , The buyer andjseller meet and trade Angus cow, last weefr, to C. E. HarUampbPlljville, Kyi there win. b Plenty of ;aU binds of Soidby Ewli Dro Co. 25-t- f at The Kemptr Co.'s Office. 80- - tf. ftuitr mon & Sons, Lebanon, for $750. ""An m&ttotte ADDRESS Also, if sick, write me in reg ard to Indian herbalist 1 remedies J; W. SEARS Buch-anan-Ly- on iSiMyy ' . C: -? ,?-..- ? -- wHiytfr f ..Ti3i:', Wv,, .St ..I "pv - r' Q ,ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TT M-'- - ' Let's settle this right now! No man ever smoked 4"9"Q"8"6"0"Q"fr9& 4M4frHQH44& OF QUALITY better cigarette than Camel! You'll find Camels unequalled by a STORE aWWaW u m 1 price because Camels combine every feature that can make a cigarette supreme any cigarette in the world at any I ' ftl I Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos puts Camels in a class by LllCUiObi V Camels expert blend of choice CO. Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc, Ladies Dress Goods and No fj hv$ r will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tir- 1UVU tJiUUULllilUOO l!h I t 1' to tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. ing your taste ! ' . 5 retty aftertaste nor unpleasant ! Camels leave no unpleasant ciga- - m Uss"! ?ii?cJ3.CS cigaretty odor You'll prefer Camels blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight ! Camels are sold evsryvrhero in scientifically sealed packages of 30 cigarettes; or ten packages (300 cigarettes) in a carton. Wo strongly recommend this carton for the homo or office supply or when you travel iHassine-paper-cover- CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE 4 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-SaleN. C m, Progress Range Stoves 8 Albin Murray Columbia, BECKHAM Kcs. Paone 13-- B. Ke nt ucky to TO NAME CAMPAIGN1 Business Phone 13-- B BODY. and women precinct up men Mr. from the Phone 12 Next Door to The Adair County New Office. Every member of the Demoand Central State cratic DENTISTwas Committees Executive represented at a meeting held here recently either in person reported combination sent out Ofice, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. correspondent to High Cost of Shoes. or by proxy. There were only by a press 'of three absentees out of a member- bring about the defeat UP bTAIRS ship of twenty-ninIt was William G. McAdoo for the It is said that hides are Dy the stored in California warehouses the first joint session of the nomination as President COLUMBIA, KY convention. by the thousands. It is further Francisco committees since their select- San I am ion by the recent State conven- "While every one knows stated that they are selling at for Governor Cox lower prices than in 1919, and personally tion Former U S. Senator J. N. Camden, elected Democratic and organized the State for yet, the prices of shoes have National Committeeman by the him, I am in no deal to oring been soaring in the last six Veterinary Surgeon and Denlisl late convention, was selected to about the defeat of any certain months to a point where it Special at.rntm jjiven Diseases of a fill out the unexpired term of candidate at San Francisco." makes it almost prohibitive to Dorue&uc Animals Camden. V. B. Haldeman, who said-Mr- . purchase a decent pair. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Gen. Joseph Robison, Lancaster, resigned and began his new The finest grades ot hides Jamestown road State-a- t Phone 1 KG. which sold in 1919 at 70 cents duties today. Alarion E. Tay- committeeman from the large, offered a resolution at a pound are now selling at 40 Columbia, Ky. lor declined the honor on advice shows of his physician, Seldon R. the meeting, which was cents. Investigation adopted by a rising vote, ex that the labor on a pair of shoes Poultry Noies. Glenn was unaimnusly appreciation of the amounts to one dollar and eighty ed secretary of the joint com- - Dressing services of General Haldeman as cents. , If you would avoid limber-nec- k mittees. allow no dead carcasses or At a luncheon given the National Committeeman and At Auckland, N. Z., early this maggots on your farm. committees and party leaders gratification over the fact that It pays every farmer to have by P. fl. Callahan at the he is on the road to recovery year. Coleman, of Sydney, Ausnew world a poultry-wire- d yard for hi Country Club, it was decided to following a surgical operation, tralia, established two records. On a grass track he Louisville Times, fowls in which they may be en appoint a coihmittee to make a covered 13 miles flat for the first closed when desirable. comprehensive survey of the ivy poisoning should record. His second mark came Cases of oak or Much of the year's success State to determine in what be treated with Ballard's Snow in the mile dash on the same with the farm flock depends on shape the party is in to make an Liniment lD antlseptlc and heai- fight this fall. iDg and a splendid remedy for such track, which he negotiated in 49 the quality of the birds that are aggressive three-fifth- s seconds. Power Chairman C. A. Hardin was troubles. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and and left after the fall culling. by Paull or Toowoomba, Australia, went Figure on enough poultry given the power to name the $1.20 per bott;e Sold Coleman one better,, however, Dru& Colitter for the .laying house so committee at an early date. by hanging up three new marks that the b rds can have clean In addition to naming this Louisville is expanding in the He made the half mile solo in 22 "conspicuous of scratching material throughout committee industry of robbing. A woman arid s seconds, the mile Democaats" Chairman Hardin the winter. wearing French, heel shoes, no-- solo in 44 seconds flat, and the also will appoint a Finance ticing the good picking in the mile with side-ca- r A little extra care of your in 54 seconds. Committee, composed of men Hens and a bit of choice feed city, has sprung up and she and Perfect tire performance by recognized as leaders in busiwill pay in eggs many times. her pal robbed the residence of Goodyears played no small part ness and all forward moveL. B Reed last Tuesday night of in the establishment of these jjon.c be afraid of doing too ments. The appointment of a much. a few hundred and a lot of five records. Campaign Committee was de lhe hen neecs exermap tha ferred until after the Rational checks. The misery and depression caused same as a human being. You constipated conditkm Convention, and it is said that Living up to their reputations by a bilious and ca 't expect- - hens to have of the system can be quickly removed the personnel of this committee health and lay winter eggs when will be left to Senator J. C: W. as world beaters in nearly all by using Herbine. It purifies, lines of sports and athletics, strengthens and invigorates Price, fuddled up in a small space. Beckham. tennis, rowing, swim- 60c. Sold by Paull Dug, Co. It was ming, cricket, football and at A freight tie up in most of Park C. Smith, wealthy farmif the party is to win this fall it one time boxing, Australians large cities is seriously the er and banker and former must tret out of the rut and! affecting manufacturers and wage an aggressive campaign. recently have won added laurels State Senator, died at his home A worIdi marks Hyvh'ariging? kisineef," ... n.u. a. compdvc orgiat4....ou oi in motuteycle.speedV dashea. ia Henry euumy. -e. Dr. I N Murrelll Camden said he would accept the position made vacani by General Haldeman and felt honored by his selection. He said he knew nothing of the 4 4 $$$$$$$$4frQli44$'6"9'S$6C&$$ 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, but 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 long while Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite I suffered with stomach trouble. I would L. H. Tones THEDFOBD'S fr45 ft1 3l awamWar HB re-elec- t- . 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 the 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 073) Mr. Hert, the Republican Nat- - - two-fifth- ional Committeeman for Ken- tucky, returns from a meeting the clansmen in Chicago and predicts that the Republicans, in the National Convention, will "condemn the Wilson Leaugue 0 of'Nations." Aha! So that is to be the way the vinegar of the Lodge Reservationists and the. soda of the are to be made to lie in the same bottle. The Republicans are not to choose between them. They will not have the courage to declare whether they are for the League with the Lodge 'reservations or against it in toto. They are simply against "W i 1 s o n's League." There's real constructive statesmanship for you! o vn Niwj. Borah-Johnson. E-T- in-elud- ing agreed that , up-ne- ! The Republican leaders in the United States are in a stew, The National Convention to se-lect a candidate for the Presi- dency will be held in Chicago beginning June 8. The d clara tion of principles is what is agitating the knowing ones. On the prohibition question they do not know, whether to have a bone dry plank, declare for light wines and beer, or to say nothing upon the subject. If they remain silent, thousands and thousands of voters would conclude that the party was for liquor and would not support their candidate. If the party declares for world wide prohibition, they would lose, and if it should declare for light wines and beer, such an avowal would be detrimental, hence the party is between the devil and the deep 4I. of j!i ''W; . K 'u ADAIR OOJMTY NSV3 a niirmai tp" h ngnmgnM LAST YEAR'S DyedSUIT a pretty, Can be so chanecd by having it Swiss year. new Sprine Shade. It will last another Qtn Our Dry Cleaning Trial KCOBPOEATED im" In Why a Majority of the Smaller Cars Come on Goodyear Tires ng : I I t Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLE. KY. A. F. SCOTT gzzruig.. DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS 3h AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton,s Mile II, 2, SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. HENRY W. DEPP, UETTIST Am permanentlyl.Iocated in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. England, will permanently tint glass, and it seems possible that heealth resort n the may become a famous center. According to a French scientist, birthmarks in families not now of good social position indicate that they are of knightly descent, the marks being due to the fact that their possessors' ancestors wore armor. During the last century the famous Yellow River of China has changed its course more than a score of times, and now flows into the sea through a mouth 500 miles distant from that of 100 miles years ago. well-know- glass-staini- Last year more cars using 30x3-- , 30x3V2', tires were factory equipped or 31 x with Goodyear Tires than with any other 4-in- ch -- kind. This is plainly a result of the high relative value produced in these tires for the smaller cars by Goodyear's enormous resources and scrupulous care. They represent the same intense endeavor to supply utmost satisfaction in tires that has laid the basis for the marked preference which exists everywhere for Goodyear Tires in the larger sizes. for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using one of these sizes, at our nearest Service Station. Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. his real Goodyear value in tires is available LuKe McLuke Says, man can't have a good time unless he spends money. But it is different with a A woman. SSBLr 4 n I Our idea of hopeless case is All Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. when a man hasn't enough cridit to enable him to get into debt. All Sorts. Judging by the way they camouflage their ages, it must single girl to be The Chinese divided the day be a sin for a into 'twelve parts of two hours thirty years old. It kind of kicks the tar out of each. "Does your husband expect Romance to see an ad writer you to obey him?" "Oh, no! make $10,000 a year when a He's been married befere." Poet can't make $1,000 a year. Keep on your own side and Life. Probably $4,000,000, worth of mind your own business and newsprint is piled up in Maine you'll have a reputation of being a Good Neighbor. paper mills waiting for cars. Why is it that a girl who A new diamond field is reported to haye been found in can't sing insists on demon the Gold Coast regions of South strating the fact every time she gets an opportunity? Africa. We often wonder how Grand A girl may not accept your proposal, but she will admire ma ever raised a family withyour judgment. Topeka Cap- out the assistance of a herd of Health In Inspectors, Food ital. Inspectors, Drug When past her seyentieth spectors, Inspectors and House year the late Queen Victoria Drink studided Hindustani and learn- Inspectors. Everv woman knows that a ed to speak it fluently. The Commissioner of Educa- hat that was designed for a face will make her tion of New Jersey declares that every school holiday wastes look like she is only 17 years old. The woman a man thinks $240,000 of the State's money. The largest pin factory is in most of is the woman he is where the most afraid of. Birmingham, England, If a woman made arrangesomething like 50,000,000 pins are manufactured every work- ments to, have her portrait painted she would paint her ing day. The modern harp has been face before the artist painted it. envolved from types found An alarm saved the bank at among the Egyptians, Assyrians, Hebrews and various Cel- Sulphur, Ky., from being robbed, as the cashier had invented tic nations. screamed for The field of the farm tractor a device which and aroused the is constantly extending. A cir- three hours frightened off the cular saw is now rigged up to town and it, revolving horizontally, and a robbers. i! 111 fiufi 30x3 All-Weath- er Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread Goodyear 'Single-Cur- e $ LiD 50 Fabric, Anti-Ski- d 30x3 Tcead jjj'1 50 JL 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 or less merit. 30x3'y size in water$450 ,,, proof bag . -.- - I ijl Bin 11 MHiiK mii j ""w. dHIaalIV jT j w VjiSaananHA lw fm JSSmSmV mJ k Tires For Smaller Cars a Ford, Chevrolet Dort, Maxwell, or any other of the smaller cars, see us If you have iMM(&, -- Ml' W. T. PRICE 3tJ3SOG33- ' for your Goodyear Fabric Clincher Tires We have them in the Double Cure Tread and the Single Cure Anti Skid Tread types, in sizes 30 x 3, 30 x 3 -2 . and 31 x 4. 1All-Wea- ther SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURE' COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY &&& Th . M $$$ -- - J- - You are confident of the superior quality of Ki Goodyear Tires while only one or irca 1 contact with our Service will likewise lhe blood and nerves is iron. i convince you of its superior quality. Other sizes and types in stock. THE 1 BUCHANAN-LYO- N large tree is cut down in a ew minutes. i COMPANY. In Ceylon property descends from mother to daughter instead from father to son, with the result that virtually every woman in the country is a land Itching diseases can be controlled and cause removed by applying Ballard's Snow Liniment. The relief is permanent. Three prompt and GOc and $1.20 per bottle. sizes, 30c, Soldby-PauDrug Co. ll The most powerful and beneficial tonic in all medicine for the The greatest authorities agree on expect tbi3. But it is a mistake to take any form of iron and of iron satisfactory results. Most of the common forms to get taken into the are what is known in science as "inert" whenexert no.acton human system. By this it.is meant that they whatever. Perhaps this is why yon haye been disappointed to when you have taken certain pills or tablets or tomes said sor est and restore iron to the blood-- the through theuse of Acid Iron most dependable of all methods- -is MineraCThia is a natural form, of soluble wn- -it isnot artificially by chemists like most "& found in'Nafeeiteelf, combined with other hig hly Jbendteal of the discovery of this olkonrefdTostlike a fairy tale and medical jSCMBCtas Jlffiemw'to ra? ImMJl !?' provedinthousandsofcasesitsremarkablebloge Acid Iron Mineral may be procured uxqmd orm store. It contains no alcohol or injurious togandfflliBt pray the teeth. It has been especially .enfeebled by ag? persons anipaose cKren improvement after starting treatment and exhibit increased strength almost 4 i SBS The State Commissioner of owner. Agriculture reports prospects of National forest rangers are less than half a wheat crop due to supplement telephone serv- to short acreage late sowing ice by carrying homing pigeons and backward spring. with them on their patrols. A The Imperial German .throne collapsible traveling case will is to be sold in New York at hold five birds. auction together witlT many discovered that other articles which belonged to It has been the hot' mineral waters Bath, the ex-Kais- er. Eor Sale by Paul! Drug Co. UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands I also keep Metallic a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses.' We "keep extra large caskets. Prompt lervlce night or day.' Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TR1PLETT, American and British itizens The crop of winter wheat is the Agricnltural saw Presicent Carranza shot by placed by at 484,000,000 his own men He was on Ins Department c ' Office Phone, 168. Columbia, Ky bushels which is 33 per cent less way back to Mexics City to than last year's estimate at the surrender to Gen? Obaegosj sam e time. wh pn, he was afsassinated. ! mmmmmmmmmmmmoi i t ,gu" ( " 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Stanley Epperson Joan Jeffries "Fatty" Gollin5 COURT OF CLAIMS. State of Kentucky, County of Adair acc I, S. C. Neat, Clerk of the Adair County Court certify that the fore going is a true and correct copy of the Claims allowed at the Begular term of the Adair County Fiscal in Court held at the Court-hous- e Adair County, Ely., on April 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th, 1920, the amounts, together with the names to whom allowed, and alsoXor what as will be found of record in the Adait County Court Clerk's office.. Given under my hand as Clerk of the Adair County Court, this May 24th, V Co-lumpur-purpos- NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER SERVICE COLUMBIA- J Sanders & Hendrickson's Music Store 1 - CAMPBELLSVILLE e, 1920 Attest SC Neat. Clerk A. cO. $ 13 50 50 16 50 26 50 "METEOR MOnEL, We now have 125." follow. - Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. FARE $2.00 EACH WAY. Leaves Columbia 4:00 A. M. 10:00 A. M. and 4:00 P. M. Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. , W. E Monday sheep killed Wm Compton sheep killed Bascom Jaus sheep killed Ray Humphress sheep killed Wood Judd for ceiling Court--room Morsche EM wards Corrugating Co., for Matal ceiling for court room ti a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of the. ' ing excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a full line of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the follow- 265 00 I I Give Us a Trial, We Guarante Satisfaction. Phones: Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. 248 37 10 00 ,,John EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. j furnishiug i.oodiu Ruel Cowen John L H. Jones money pd for advertising, etc as Co Tax Com ing makes: EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line SH EET and ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. 23 44 VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY. KY. Buchanan Lyon Co., goods for County per W. S. S.. , J A. C. C. Bert Epperson Services Co., s - 2 39 37 50 74 70 19 75 34 34 32 50 12 50 8 00 75 00 J.9 13 00 10 00 Treasurer Bradley Gilbert Co., Record books, etc Shorthorn Cattle - - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Chester White HogS - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep - - - - Thoroughbred and G'adej Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. Business Manager, S. N. B. HANCOCK, Cane Valley, Kentucky. Standard Printing Co., tion supplies elec- TBHKfTW - Adair County News Printing A. Rosenbaum Local Regis- trar Hindman same Melvin Bingham same W. G. Pickett same Irene Gist same Geo. W. Dillon same L. W. Tabor same L--. C. Blair same A. J. Combestsame W S. sfame See our complete Instrument Display in the - 13 25 26 00 10 50 20 25 9 50 10 50 5 50 Vi- l00 NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK Phone or u I J. O. White OUR '. NEW STORE ' H. F. Coffey same A. Hovious same on Corner'Columbia and Main Streets. Robert A. Sublett same R O. Dillingham same E. B Atkinson same W. C. Barrett Physician write us your wants. SANDERS & HENDRICKSON MUSIC STORE J 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the chopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrbns of Atlair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatty improved Tacilities, we" can serve you better than nver in your need for : tal Statistics B. J. Bowen same W. F. Cartwright same John D. Cocqbest same W. R, Elrod same W J. Flowers same Z. T. Gabbert'same J. C Gose same ' '4 75 65 L F. Hammonds same N. M. Hancock same K. Y. Hindman same O &j. Kelsey same WALL PAPER, . RUGS, DRAPERIJ CARPETS LINOLEUM and & Miller same Miller same ' A. V. Neatherly same L. C. Hell same Chas. M. Russell same W. E Sanders'same S. J Simmons same. Holland B. Simpsbh same O. P. S P. J. B A. Tarter me'"-1'-7 Hubbuch Bros. Weliendorff S.-- Taylor s'ime C'A Tuttsame ' INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years onMarket Street One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. Railroad r ci. jwMr. mt 'rfi Bods, stria Our Statistical Files s Arcat Your Service. Listed and Unlisted Stocks Bought, Sold and Quoted i 4 Elfza Barnett Registered niidwjves ISarah BarnetL'same iJSafcanuah Bragg same' jLiesL-iviiLB Dreuia same Malissa Brents same ' Mattie Bruce same ' "' .Alice Bryant same pE C Bryant same Sallie Bryant same arah J. Bryant same AVunie Bmbtidge same Irs Lucj C. Burton same . Chappal same Jviartlia-Jm rs J Cole same ' Mrs. Poliy Cole same '' Mrs, Tom Cole same . MarierE Combest same Jj,V Ehzabeth Cooler same ' ' .Delia Corbm same f: 5 '."- . .E Crawhorn same Xj O Crawhorn samtj a seme Workman same J L. Rosenbaum same 87 W. H. Sandusky same 3 75 L. H. Jones same 3,00 8. C. Neat Serving as Clerk 15 '25 Board or Supervisors 7 '50 Columbia Republican for 1"50 PrinHnur fnr Cmtnt-13 )ia 3. W. Burton for goods Ijur- 5 25 nished Jailer 75 LT. A. Furkin furnishing lum 3 25' ber for election booth 50, W. S. Sinclair, Judge, for expenses to Frankfort 2 00; 11. C. Winfrey same a ,C. C. Roe for keeping pau oH 6x3 pers 25 Russell & Co., for goods 25 furnished County 25 Dr. S. A. Taylor e 1 25 physiciau ' 25 Dr. S. A. Taylor for extra 5.50 aervices rendered a pauper 4 00 Albm Murray for goods for 1 25 County 175 Columbia Lighting Co , for 25! lights for courchoi.se 25 J. W. RaiFerty fer livestock P Inspector 1 year . , . 25 Cortez Sanders services as : 50 Sheriff 25 'fcfutWibou & Pattesoa for . , 25 goods furnished for Couu- - 5 75 "' 25 3 25 2 25 1 50 Board Supervisors 12 25 Corda Wilson same 2 50 W. N. Holt same 2 25 W. P Dillingham Campbellsville, 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Kentucky. . 525 SS . 50 I 50 50 50 501 50 Special Sale For 10 Days, ending Sat. June 12, . 50 50 25 50 60 10 29' 04 40c Gingham 35c; All kinds dies, Misses and children's of thin dresa goods, La- trimmed hat3 reduced. dress- $2.25 Bungalow aprons $2.00; $2.75 children's es $2.50; $55. suitsat $45; 2'oV 25 00 25 00 666 25 20 60 37 50 10 00 15 90 $7.00 Matting druggets 9x12, $6.50r $3.50 'felt rugs $8.00; $15.00 sets of J3Iue bird dishes for $12.50; bargains in shoes and slippers. Sugar 30c per lb. Other bargains poor-hous- L ij gytfraMftr&iraaaaaa x , .M. ,SmithJ Cane ValievfcKy. it 1 5 Sx vi $M is-'.v- . 150 00 '182 70 " lALKJNu -- ";. 5Ti-- 25 29-t- 6 Prircte Wires to Principal Markets. ijAiKiie Frazlr-same- -. Ala i F HardwicS ' .233 same it1 ocoa 1 oo Russell for liftld. t 'swim. luouesr. C. 11. Dr. ith a Tone as rich as Gold 4 -- 6 00 5O'0Q T4ie "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays ' USE LONG DISTANCE PHONES: MAIN 1032. CITY 2198 Viiartha A E'izi liar r.sd-l&uriry- Heeih-sata- e arj E 'Hudson same imetta vJojsps same M INVESTMENT SECUR1TSES 417 W. Main Street Louisville, Ky. ,deilnIott--S- e JaJi physician t12!mo.' ' 50 Coiuiiioa Telepiioue Co., 505 Te.ephone in Court-hous- e 1 50 Sancusky & uun,JL.umbier x -- Uit) Riisseil & Hindman J alt 35 00 25 2-- same Alary 'Jooes'same Susan Jorflgsame ffllarinda Keaton's 'E(en:-Jones forCounti' " ,:r l ' ft 1 A (G fA$WD t &. -- TIMBER Stock 'And rarkfn c-' AJq: ifoplemtit&r - iMl& Missing? cLucinda Keltner same sullen jn. Liawhorn same 1 50 Firu.iiAfor j'oopviBy.iQgii:) 00 pauper to County farm A. W. Tarter for money pd" 25 for Courthouse Roof and ; GD 920 2 00 im&g SbUUtf. MPH$ By refe' C6 LO D1U$ sjz v t . t kit. wiH be seen tnar. '.twin caer juy .farm and ajigmber of acres of timber- 'stock; and fa ung imple- ednand-,rwt J Jt y- inents for 4ae lKrjr. VI OIL oaiiurua-- tiuuu , the sale isto be&IM'JV m. ?R jpecCive land md timber buyers witl be shown over the land. J. W. Burbridge, Gadberry.Ky J: P. Beard, has .uuchased and h new Fn'd pplf has in vV dow Mr. StiL. u it- - jl 'Elizabeth McClister same oat: wiji wrfBh tfro Mrs. 'A. Murphoy same; Yl b,af S0T will payipr.luformr.i ,, Lizzie Parson-same-. Betty Petty same , , "f p B. Dunbar, Lucy .Roach same . . . ColutnBia,Ky. Lucinda, Robinson same 31 "t-Dorinda Rodgers same .Mallnda Seaborn .same ' 'Every tUtih is numbered so that in kLizle Selyy, same .. de'dbl case a tire should tret bv jtiennetqa bmitn same fiBslpecre it can be immediately Mrs. L OnTaylor same cnild to the attention of the depart Martha Taylor same ment at fault. This process of in- Moliie Williams same Mrs S W. Wilson same spection assures to every user of the pr S P, Mi'Ue fot6mosal- Goodyear Clincher tire a maximum ary Health officer mileage service. Sold by Bnchamn-byo- n W. S Picket Serving on Company. Jo (Jrissom f Jelfries Hdwr. Co :" for County &.. gutter forfail 73 08 , for goods coffiu-- f r , Patleson 125 16 00 ' ments are necessary Examine any "PRIAlA DONNA" cabi- ,net ,.and cqmpare.Jtwith other ma" mes soling price,, and yuJwiflVeadiiy'bye6livinced relative ?o the superiority of , our workman- ifiip aiid constrtiction.' X,. JE. YOTJN"e, . . d sc records. No etra.atlachf - ai0'am Y X 50 I 1 75 100 ti-- 1 75 50 .r25 25J 125 25 1 0Q 25 212 50 j for pauper Barger Bros goods for S. C Neat services as T. C. Davidson voting Harry Chnsou same J. R Tutt same Strong Hill same J. M.. Shtve same' John Youug same Mark Wilson same Junius Holt same N T Jones"same , , X ' Co.' Clerk house Columbia, 40 0b" 211 72 300 -- 3 ' f C - 00 00 Junius Hancock same '3 3 00 A. W Tarter services as 3 00 Jailer yZ 00 W E Leach services J. P. 3 00 $t83 00 20 00 20 00 00 I 20 00 Keirtiickv. - L Akin same H. A. Walker same 371 70 S. O.Itfeat Clerk 20 0$ 20 OO 20 00 jake Batsame'-y 'o-!e- y F. H. Bryant same 3 00 L. Wolford same, 3 00 G-- . 3 00 W G. Shepherd same t samt 3 00 W. S. Hfndmansame are hiving very go od 20 luck, a" number of very fine strings of '20i00 perch having been caaghVont; of Fishermen RmsS1' orp,,. I