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N After a short shut dowa awaiting the arrival of casing, a good supply having been received, the Carnahan Oil Company operations at Zlon's Church is progressing favorably, and some encouraging reports are expected from there at an early date. The Golden Rule Oil Syndicate .has jifst been formed at Creelsboro, Ky., and is composed of Mr. W. A. Arm-strinCreelsboro, Dr. E. M. Arm- irong, Augusta, 6a., and Mr. Morton JL Weldy, a prominent oil man of Bowling Green, Ky. The Messrs. Armstrong are the owners of a large boundary of valuable land in the southern portion of Russell county, lying along and near Cumberland river, and it is the purpose of the Syndicate to operate on the Armstrong holdings. Development work will start just as soon as drilling can be gotten on the ground. Mr. Floyd R. Allen, accompanied by his wife, was here during the past week in the interests of the Allen people of Allentown, New York. These people have considerable acreage in Adair county, they have ample capital back of them,and they are so favorably impressed with this section as promising to be one of the rich oil fields df the country they are arrange-in- g to begin an aggressive drilling campaign here at an early date. Mr. and Mrs Allen contemplate spending considerable time in Columbia. General Manager Weldy of the Oil Company, returned here the latter part of the week from a trip to the Russell county field and he reported drilling operations again in full swing, after an unavoidable shut down for a few days, and the work of installing pumps, tanks, etc., are progressing rapidly. They have just added a 250 barrel tank to their storage capacity, and jthey are no in a position to take care of a good volume of production Mr Weldy also advises that the residue of the stock in the Company now unsold will be sold only to present stockholders, owing to the fact that it is now considered worth considerably more than par, and the Company feels original purchasers ' should reap the benefit of same. Dr. Frank D. Hines, President of the Southern Oil and Refining Com pany, Denver, Colorado, together with Mrs. Hines arrived in .Columbia early last week and since that time nas been very busy looking after the company holdings and development work in Adair and Cumberland counties Dr Hines is interested in some fifty different oil companies and he is one of the well posted and prominent oil men of the country. He has un bounded faith in a fine pool of oil being found in tbis section, and he is backing hid belief by spending money to assist in locating lo The are arranging to drill a number of wells in Adair and adjoining territory. Dr. Hines is also very much interested in the production of oil by extracting it from shale, and he predicts that this method of production will be in operation here at no distant date, and that it will prove to be very profitable. This system is no doubt new to many of the readers of the News, and I would like to tell them something of it, but space forbids me giving any g, ma-chine- ry Mc-Mead scene with a team and hands to remove them. Larkin came up and forbade the removal. E. M. Burton paid no attention to him, and Larkin said he intended to see that they were not removed, went home and returded with his shot gun. Whereupon E. M. Burton, after some words had passed, Larkin making a demonstration with revolver at his gun, fired a thirty-tw- o him, Larkin jumping behind a post. The parties were before court Saturday, and E. M. Burton was held over in the sum of one hundred dollars Will Commendable. When a young man concludes in his own mind to make a dust in the world and keeps everlastingly busy, he soon attracts the attention of the active business men of the. community, and he is spoken of as a young man of worth, one who intends to. be known in the business afiairs of the town and county in which he lives. Such is the start made by John D. Lowe, Jr., of this place.. After he graduated from the County High School, he went to Lexington, finished his education and returned home and immediately commenced farming; his chosen profession, working aad managing his father's farm, adjoining the town residence. He was a success, and in two years he concluded that there was not land enough in the home tract, and he bought the Scott Montgomery plantation, over one hundred acres, not far from his home He is busy every day in the week, growing corn, tobacco, etc., etc., and also handling some stock. As a result of his energy and determination he keeps a bank account, at all times having something to sell from his in -- ening curves and general improvements before the war. Latest reports are that a road is to be built from Oqeida, Tenu., by way of Mouticello, Jamestown and Coiumoia to Greens-bur- g Railroad men of Cincinnati, connected with tht proposed Oneida & Western railroad', have oeen over the proposed route, They left the impresslou that the road would be built in the near future. Such a road would open up a large scope of territory that now has no railroad. Mel En route. Last Saturday Carl Wilson, seventeen years old, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson, Cane Valley, left home with his shot gun, with the view of killing hawksv After he had shot a time or two he started on his return, carrying his gun between his overalls and trousers. In some way the gun was discharged, the whole load passing through his right foot, between his instep and the root of his toes making a very ugly wound. The boy managed to get home and Drs. Hancock and Atkinson were called. They found the wound bleeding profusely, but after the arteries were tied the boy rested very well, though the wound is exceedingly ugly, and the foot badly swollen. It will depend largely upon the condition of his blood as whether an amputation will be necessary. Carl is a grandson of Mr. P. V. Cun diff, who lives near town,and a nephew of Mr. George E. Wilson, this place He Is the only child of his parents, a splendid boy, and everybody who knows him are interested in his recovery without the loss of his foot. also a Southern gentleman, died '&. number of jeara ago. Mrs. MadrJox Is a very modest lady, born and reared, within a few miles of Columbia, and.' from a girl up she was popular with, alt who had the pleasure of knowing; her. Her husband Is to be congratulated upon winning one of Kentucky's best young women, one who sprung-froan excellent family. The people of this place, and of the News, who has knowm 'her from girlhood, send thair besrv. tha-edito- r wishes. ROAD Remain Here. BUILDING. y W Mr. G. R. Reed and wife, Miss Rev. J. L. Lloyd, who was making Advertisement For Bids. Frances Reed aua Miss Eva Walker his arrangements to remove to Calistopped three and a half hours in fornia, and had advertised his personOn Wednesday, the 23rd day of Junr--r Danville while en route to George property for sale, reconsidered beal 1920 at tbe office of the County JudgeMf town, last week They visited Mrs fore the day of sale and decided to in Columbia, Ky., the Fiscal Cooitli Nannie Reed, the widow of the late remain in the vicinity of Columbia. of Adair County, will receive bids far-thDr. Geo. J. Reed, and found her in a Last week he bought of Mr. E. F, construction of a Macadam roado. very feeble condition. She is close to Mullinix the lattar's home place and Beginning at a point on the Columbia, 81 years old. They alao visited Dr. four ots in the Fair grounds- He is and Burkesviile Road, near the real U. T. Wood and wife. It will be renow in possession, having removed to dence of Ben E. Rowe, thence via. membered that some weeks ago this the Mullinix home last week. We Bliss, to a point on the Columbia aacC paper reported that Mrs. Wood had are informed that the consideration Edmonton Road, near Union Church; met with the misfortune getting one for this property was 82,000. Mr. not exceeding a distance of 3 milasu of her hips broken. They found her Mullinix will remove to Cumberland This includes the building of a Bridge? sitting up for the first time .since the county We regret to lose him and across Butler's Fork, near Bliss. Tha accident, but it will cae time for her Met With a Stroke of Paralysis. his daughter, who are excellent peo- dustry. plans and specifications can be found Such a course meets the commenda- to gain her full strength. At Georgeple, and we are glad that Mr. Lloyd on file in the office of the Adair Countown they met Mrs. Zora Rowe, her Mr Bruce Preston, a manabout'for-t- y tion of all men who are trying to concluded to remain in our midst. ty Court Clerk. A Certified check ot son, Kinnaird; and a number of other years old, who recently- bought make the community a better place of $250.00 must accompany bid ass frieuds. Cap Lewis, farm, attended services at' " A BIG FARM AND TIMBER SALE. in which to live. guarantee that if said work be award- Antioch church, on Sunday the 30th We have been watching young ed to the bidder that he will enter in-t- o A Distressing Accident. ult. While there he met with a Stock And Farming implements. Lowe's procedure and nave admired a contract with the said FiscaE stroke of paralysis, and up to Monday his pluck He is now about 22 years Last Tuesday, at Roley, this coun- afternoon he had not spoken. He Court for same. By reference to bills stuck up it old, and something out of the ordi- ty, Mr. This contract win be let either as at. Henry Roberts attempted to was conveyed to his home and his will be seen that- I will tiler my nary will have to be plaoed upon the whole or in sections. Tee successful farm and a number of acres of timber-- d boards to deter him frum bis dally cross Casey Creek 'vtth a wagon and friends and family trust that he will bidder or'bidders will be required tav land, stock and farming imple- avocation. He,is a young mau climb- team of horaes. In Lite wagou was recover. He is a good citizen, a lirst-execute a Bond to tha Fiscal Court Inu ments for sale on Saturday June 12th ing in the finaucial world rung by rung. his twelve year old daughter. Mr. ciass larmer, tne cnaracter or men a sum of at least the estimated cask' Roberts thought the stream was ford-abl- the county needs. the sale is to begin at 9 a. m. Prosof the said work, with two or mora but he got into a whirlpool, and pective land and timber buyers will be "When Horace Greeley said 'Go free holders of the County or a Suretjr For Sale. West Young Man, he little dreamed the glri and team were drowned. shown over the land. or Trust Company authorized tav J. W. Burbridge, Gadberry.Ky. that the pioneers in the second largest Mr Roberts, iu an attempt to save transact business in the State, to be One of the most desirable farms in industry in the United States woold his. child, barely- escaped with his approved by the County Court, conMr. W. R Lyon, a genial member track into the far East and the South Il'e. Adair county. Less than six miles of ditioned upon of the Buchanan Lon Company, is the faithftl performance to gather materials for some 20,000,-00- 0 Colimbia, on good road, good im- of said work In strict conformity wKk. really too good to the editor of this There is not a more reliable insursmall car tires that today are carpaper. He never gets hold of anyance agency in Kentucky than Reed provements, high state of cultivation. the plans, profiles and specifications rying the various makes of light cars for the same. is extra good but he rething that Bros , located in this place. The firm See as for particulars. over every road that men travel in Mr. The Couuty will under proper ar members us. We appreciate is composed of G R and E W. Reed, The Kemper Co. Lyon's partiality, and stand ready to pursuit of business and pleasure. both splendid business men They raugements .turn over their Office; Jeffries Hotel. is a fact," declares Buchanan favor him whenever the opportunity "Yet it to the Contractor to be are reliable in every particular, and Lyon Company of the local Goodyear ' Uied in the construction of said road. presents itself. His brother, Mr. R Fell Dead. responsible for their statements S. C. Neat, Clerk, J. Lyon, has been our steadfast Service Station, "that the Pneumatic They write both lire and life, presentby men who youth up, and we tire was made possible friend from his Adair Fiscal Court. Mr. Luther Willis, who lived near ing the merits of their companies cotwant him know that we are not un- went east for rubber and south for truthfully would not; misrepresent Gradyville, one of Adair's best and ton fabric. The ingenuity of man has Farm Wanted. mindful of his favoritism. In order to get your business, hence substantial citizens, dropped dead, en since wrought wonders in the culti7 a statement his farm, last' Monday, about the noon The District Conference of the vation of these two essentials in tire they have no callers-witWanted, to hear fromowner of Xarnv that your com panles are not as you hour His death cast a gloom over Methodist Church, recently held at production. or good land for sale. Send price andi represented. They are home men the entire community, as he was en Greensburg, was very largely attenddescription. Fall delivery. aud should be patronized over foreign terprising, and a man who had the ut ed, preachers of all the charges in the For Sale. L. Jones', Box 551, Olney, III. agents, who usually tell anything in most confidence of the people. He district being present but one. Rev. order to get your business leaves a wife and several children, The body of'Ujytttlesgirl that was, T, J. Wade, of this place, presided homes- in Columbia. Two fine who have the sympathy of every body drowned In Casey Creek, near BoleyM over the gathering, and during the who knew the deceased 240 Acre farm, a dandy was found last Thursday, not farfroar For Sale. session there were many interesting Two small Farms, near town. addresses. The reports evinced prosJim Duncan, a colored boy who where the accident occurred. Tfia hues of the horsed ere tangled abouc stock' farm, 220 acres embraced in perity in all the churchjes Fine We have a number of farms from lives out of town, was met by five or her body and it was lying between tha the district. The good citizins of business building for 45 to 200 acres 'in Adair Co., for sale; six other boys, of his race, who live in Will trade two horses. An account of the acciGreensburg did themselves proud in small farm also several residence properties in town, out on the pike, last Thursday. dent is given in auother item in this; J entertaining Columbia; let as show you and give Guying opened up and a right follow- paper. The Kemper Co. description, prices aud etc-- . , ed, the country boy getting a lick on The Lebanon Enterprise announces Office: Jeffries Hotel. the head, inflicted with a rook. The Beckham J elide, of this place, who Cravens & Neat the marriage of Miss Margaret Hill, crowd came ou to town and the fight was in the navy during the lata Real Estate Dealers, of Russell Springs, to --Mr. Dan Paid List.- was renewed, the country boy mop- wo fid war, has again eallsted in tha. Office on 2nd floor of of Lebanon, the ceremony beping the whole lay out, it is said same branch of service. He enlist!, ing performed at Lexington by Rev! Jeffries Hldg. The following are new paid subscribWe did not see the mixing. at Louisville tea dajs ago, and list: G. H. Porter, Thursday of last week. ers aud renewals since our issue of last' Tuesday. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and It is understood that the following The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., week his mother had a letter frosts W. L. Russell, J. G. Bryant, Julia him, written In New York. His texnv-- is Mrs. G. W Hill, and the groom is a sales have been made in town, but for four years. Jesse, C. R. Cabell, .Dr. Frank D. they have not been closed by deed, uf Akron, has its own plantation of son of Mr and Mrs, John JMcChord. 18,000 acres in Sumatra where it ColLebanon's well known Hines, H. V. Montgomery, Dona He is one of but will, more than likely, this week. For iale. lins, C. C. Stephens, C. M. Pollard, E. E. Cheatham will transfer the grows thousands of tons of cultivated young men. crude rubber every year. On its Mrs. Leo C. Wright, Oscar Sinclair,. property where he now Uvea, to W. E. Organ aud nlca selection of Talkiag"-maciilWANTfCD. Motormenand Conduct- Eddie Loy, J. R- - Irvine, B. Sparks. acre plantation in Arizona It pro details at this time. of Amaodavljie, J. HJYoung Morgan, Plate Records. ors for the City Lines. We teach1 you duces a rVigh grade of long staple cot will transfer the residence known as T. G. Rasner &.Sra. steady employton which is woven into fabric at its There will be asingiug at Egypt the the work and oiler The Eeutucky Creauery has estab tfle Newby property, to E. E. Cheat 45c an hour. cotton mills in Goodyear, Conn. Flo warfl The weh on Sunday in this month in the ment. Wages 40c to lished a branch plant at the bakery of ham, and D. has sold his Apply or write, Superintendent, Sold by 'Buch'anai Lyon Co.ac a standstill waiting farmte afternoon. All parties interested in Wilson & Bennett, this place, and' home to Mr. Sale Coffey through the Street Railway Coiapany, The driller is down about odJ ' be' present, as we music are urged-tcreata." Kemper agency, for $4,000. Gha&flrnrisnowTeady to bur Room 814 Traction Building, IndianMarried in Georgia. hundred' feet, and It. Is said there aru hope to davise some plan to standardWill receive it on Tuesday and Friday 32-apolis, Ind. indications of gas. ize a song oook for Adair county. Guy Atkins, a little son of Mr, and each week. many frieuds of Mrs. Pinkie The 32-Mr. Jo Co", who was run over by an J. M. Wolford, I. M. Grimsiey, G. Mrs. Guy Nell, while playing with Born, to the wife of Roy Smith, Divis, who was a saleslady in Mr. W. W. Pike, Committee. h other children, last Sunday week, fell automobile in Louisville, Some weeks years, J une 5th, a son Lyla MitchelL" May Build Raitruadj. ago, had his limb amputated last Friupon a rake, the teeth penetrating I Ingram's store for several Shooting at Purdy. glad to learn that she ' was Leonard and Dave Walker delivered 'A day. He isisupposed to be doing very hia right knee, which caused the little will be to Mr. Geo . W. Mad-do- to Phelps Bros., last Saturday, fifty i" .. well. Heisaorotnerof tfr. J J. W The following i3 taken" from the fellow much suffering. He is about happily married A dispute over some logs resulted in Coy and Mrs. W. T. McFarland a prominent and an influential nine nogs at iz cents, xney ma m,. well at this writing. Louisville Times: P' at...... DAfldfnvV counmerchanc and planter of Rockledge, aniui i.ouiuivia. a little shooting at Purdy, this Greensburg, Ky., June 3. Talk of a Mr .TnViri R. Waf.ann has nnrnhnnnfl Sunday. , ty, last Thursday. From the best inGreensburg has again Swinebroad, the real estate man has Ga last of Sam Stevenson the tatter's stock of ' new railroad' to Born, to the wife of Thomas bride's maiden nam was. Jefformation before us the trouble came grocerfesTetcV In White City. He Is . beau revived. Before the war it was two additional "ads" In the News this The Buffalo, N. Y, May jsw, a of Mr. 0. G. up in this way. E. M. Burtoa and no w fu po ssession. thought that a road would be built week. He is a real estate man who fries, and she is a sister proprietor' of the,Jefi!rie3 duebon Thoaaas W. Millir, Jr., t Elsie Young owned soma saw logs and ; connecting this town with the !'.& knows the business. He reaches the Jetfrles, the plac. Her naothtrr1 Mrs. they we iiauledto the side of the road My4hillsare due and I must, have Much work was being doae on people and never fails to sell, if you Hotel, this ' u.Che wife of NatWaJUw .Whatyou' oweSne. So pte'as kom Jeffries, resides in Columbia. . Bornyt v. and unloaded ou Larkinu "BurfonV Bfauen or Uie-- L, . & . ar& looking foERgoodfarm,v.fead his Ornera o ' t ri the Grtwusuurg .l-.j r ,'U'nuayi J,ua-- , vnru. -!.- -' M Burronairrlved uppu tin' aad settle. land. w nam. 'tluitjrfcle's HpC u tiuvOTR--u v tlHatB.Lawreoe. " uktjhihaiu: rNlaiu,t;il''?1"lVrM,fr?' ?H,,V--- .vivfrtittmefita? J ' e - - - e, - Road-Machiner- y h '! &r - Mc-Chor- d, 20,-0- 00 , ue tbe-thir- the-Ernes- d t. -- Jn-thanapo- lls - fdz-caslu- o 4t 2t x, 1 , ier, 1 j- - - .4. ,'". .- ... . ! own. C- v- - MO j"- - gfe ATTENTION, FARMERS; - r?i7i ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN 9 9 Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 9 Also Ellwood and American Fence. 9 Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 116 CaatMatkel ROOFING Street Between rirst and Brooh 1 have a big Lot of CULTIVATORS RIDING AND WALKING CO- - at Special Prices. Louisville, Ky. AUTOMOBILE LINE Disc Harrows, Pulverizers Smoothing Harrows 9 9 9 Columbia and GampBellsvllie TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. A TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and i i i t Anyone Wanting a SMASON TRACTOR for Fall Plowing, Place your Order Now. j 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and I p. m. s PHONE- S:- fgLtilf W. E. NOE. Colun bfc Barber Shop 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 at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Rid7R X.OY &: LOTVE A Sanitary Shop, whert both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. ij Give "us a Trial and be Convinced. J7T7tvTtnTv7K7i7v7iJ yTv7rvTT7NT7rTvTT7rx7Tv It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. i i Shelby tnree-ceacner WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, ' a a m The New Way To Put Iron in the Blood The highestmedical authoril y& KENTUCKY. j o blood d all agree on its cinai value. Thatrcrahlaia many pills and tonics said to to be relied unon. Bo that; those who wish to taka iron as a medicine may have a reliable source oi information this announcement is made. tdmdx taught that iron was the ave st ltaeii. medicinal iron, but is found in Nat combined with other nig beneficial remedial agents. Thest of the discovery of this new form of iron reads almost like a fairy tale and medical science has proved in thousands of cases its remarkable blood-maki- Quick Results Noted The new way to restore iron to the blood the sorest and most dependable of all methods is through the use of Add' Iron Mineral This is a natural form of soluble iron it i3 not pre- . powers. Acid Iron Mineral may be procured in liquid form at any drag Btore, It contains no alcohol or injurious drugs and wfll not blacken the tee ftt. It has ng , ' ' i ,4 V price beyond my most sanguine the mosquito. However, the expectations. This was also the general health is good, and inessis teaching; then girls especially, are bright and vivawithin realm of King Cotton, chills are "not so common as Editor News cious; but with' the merciful This is to offer an apology and more than a bale is pro- you would expect. But the French temperament. My for being remiss in my corre duced to the acre. Sweet population do not attain the term was for seven months, alspondence. I was in Wilson potatoes yield 400 bushels to the size and stalwart proportions of though sickness on my part precounty of this State, 280 miles acre, and watermelons attains the citizenship of Adair county, vented my finishing the term. from home, and was principal of weight of 85 pounds. Corn Kentucky, nor Cleveland county, A girl entered my room at 14, scnooi. tui yields from 7 to 10 barrels to N. C. Many of them are of in short a dresses; and was a runwhile the went well until we had a visita- the acre, wheat, 35 bushels, French extraction, away bride after school had tion of flu, to which all the oats 60; and land is level and mountaineers where I live are something over, 6 teachers, most of pupils and free of stones. But if anybody Scotch, Irish, Germans and months. Her mother had befell victims. This asks if they use commercial English; all types of the stal- come patronB a bride at 14: and as this Anglo-SaxoFour of developed, in my case, weak fertilizer; be sure to tell them I wart was a common occurrence, no and I ness of heart and sym'ptons of said, yes. Mr. J. R. Mercer, my sons are body thought much about it, appendicitis. While bad enough the man with whom I boarded, am o it. iu in. in my socks; or "except to say she might it could have been worse; and I used 45 200 pound sacks on was wnen a young man; and done better. Doing better,have in reconcile myBelf to the inevit plantbeds alone; and near 500 weigh 200. Hence I was conmatrimonial parlance, always able. When my three soldier sacks on crops of corn, cotton sidered a large man there; means wedding more money. sons returned alive from the and tobacco. This land sells at while I have several neighbors An idot with a bank war; albeit one wounded, I from $200 to $500 an acre; and who tower considerably above account is a more eligible promised myself and an over-rati- continues to rise in value. The 6 feet, and weigh 215 to 250. chance anywhere in Christendom that the people exemplify true southern In this region, fancy price s of than Providence principle, integrity and short time I have to live should hospatility, have plenty to eat, cotton and tobacco have placed talent united with poverty. not be spent in repining; and I good houses and furnishings; much cash in circulation; and When you hear an old matchthe volatile French want a good propose to keep the pledge. At but no Kentuckian likes a making mother say, "If a pine region filled time. Fine clothing, fine present I am on road to restora- te-looking feller is honest and industrious I tion of health; and feel that I with swamps; and where the jewelry, costly cars, horse don7 keer how pore he is"; she is have much for which to be creeks are black as ink, or ractes, hunting and other ex- an old liar or needs boring for yellow as copperas. A stream travagant pursuits cavalier grateful. the simples. My sojourn into Wilson county six inches deep, the bottom is in- cause a prodigal expenditure of M. L. White. N. C, was a source of pleasure visible; and a stranger trying to the living green. In this cliswamps runs risk of mate girls mature early; and A bad taste in the mouth comes in some respects, and certainly cross these educative. This is where the being in a quagmire waist deep; many of them marry at from 14 from a disordered stomach and slug.finest of tobacco flourishes and and nobody but a native could to 16 years of age. Of course gish state of the bowels. Herbine cor' rects the trouble immediately. It affords princely sums of rev- extricate him. These swamps this is water on wheel of the purifies the bowels, helps digestion, reared in a tobacco enue. I was of malarial divorce; but that seems to be and sweetens the breath. Price, 60c. patch, but tobacco selling at are lurking-place-s by Paull Drug Co. from $1 to $2 a pound was a germs, and the abiding place of the case everywhere. My bus- - Sold N. C. pro-gresse- pared artifically by chemists like most those enfeebled by age ahow improvement and exhibit increased strength, almost immediately after starting treatment. Hor Sale by Paull Drug Co. Ella. d n. six-foote- rs, ape-fac- ed ne desola- The farmers in this section are behind with their planting. The frequent rains has knocked work out. the farmers are getting behind with their work. Mrs. W. R. McQueary, who has been very poorly for quite awhile, took suddenly, last Fri day, with a heart attack and could not speak for quite awhile but is some better. Preaching at this place Saturday and Sunday. Services at church Sunday Bearwallow morning and services back at Ella church in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. There has been no tobacco set in this community and wont be much set. The misery and depression caused by a bilious and constipated condition of the system can be quickly removed Herbine. It purifies, and invigorates Price, strengthens 60c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. by using A. F. SCOTT - H 3- &- DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS li. 2, 3i, AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton,, Milel SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB IS UP-TO-DATE OUR WORK For Sale. Wa have farms in Adair Co.. and desirable homes in Columbia for sale. Call on or write to Cravens & Neat, real estate aeaiers, omce, zna noor Jeffries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. 23-- tf THE NEWS is $1.50 and $2.00 per year. Send in your subscription at once. I i it ADAIR GAIT COJTY NEW VARIES WITH SPECIES , MOTHER SAW TRUTH AT ONCE No j 4, It May Truthfully Be Said That No Two Animals or Blrda Walk Exactly Alike. Use Telling Her That Her Boy Had Made a Success in the World of Art t -- The horse strikes his gait with a cheerful, steady and strong step; the cow Is uncertain in Its moving, lolling and lagging In its gait "The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea." The ass trudges, and kwtps a dull eye on the earth as it journeys along. The sheep trots, and bleats as It passes, while the goat springs aloft almost heedless of Its footing. The gait of birds on the level varies a great deal. There Is a sort of majestic carriage In the rook, stepping over n crumbling d pigeon trips furrow. The It daintily; the heron stands, as If to think, and moves with statellness within its narrow bounds. The dog casts a careless foot, scattering dust or mud without thought; while the cat a dainty paw, as if distrustful of the ground. The hen scratches, and pauses to look round, as if bewildered; while the peacock lifts Its foot with seeming pride, and as if the earth were honored by Its moving upon It at aJi. The pig takes ground anyhow, and without heeding, turning about, careless whether right or wrong. The little mouse scurries across the common path with something of the passivity of a blown leaf; while the rat assumes the ground to be its own possession, and prowls about with confidence and unconcern. Of all animals the hare bounds upon the earth as upon Its heritage, and breasts It the whole day long. As Wordsworth noted, the hare "runs races In Its mirth." red-foote- He was a pianist, scarcely out of his He had been sent abroad by wealthy friends for a course In his chosen art; had thereafter spent a year on the concert stage, and behind 200 or 300 newspaper reports of his success abroad he was teens. four-year- s' now coming home. When his train drew into the sta- evincing the artistic temperament in his hair as well as In his manner," descended to the platform. At the same time the crowd of enthusiastic townspeople drew aside to allow his proud mother to be the first to welcome her son. When she reached him, however, she gave a gasp and stood stock-stistaring at him. The next moment she burst into sobs and fell on bis neck. "Henry I" the good woman cried. "They told me you were doing so well over there and makln' money plentiful. My poor boy!" ll tion and came to a stop the pianist, "What's the matter, mother?" exclaimed the bewildered son. "What makes you doubt what they told you?" "Oh, Henry !" she cried, unappeased. "I can see how you've suffered. You haven't even been able to scrape enough money together to get your hair cut!" DO BRUTES' '0Z?Z, ,'Wh afs .v &'j. S "V" SSj"- L-- - --" Ol99 ", become of the prejudice against automobiles because thei frightened the horses NOW cars are The horses first in figuring their motoring expenditures. have gotten used to them and so has everybody else. Think of it!. This year the American people will spend nearly a billion dollars on tires alone. SPIRITS RETURN? LAMB THAT GREW ON TREE Abundance of Testimony Seeming to Prove That Ghosts of Animals Have Been Seen. With such quantities of spirits ning around loose, why not a few runrep- m J"ist because a man has a moderate - price car is no According to the Talmud, Remarkable Plant Furnished Food for Our Very Remote Ancestors. How often is the wish expressed on trees? Why not wish for Iamb to grow that way, for according to the Latin translation of that money grew -- trees. This work, remarks a writer in the New York Evening Sun, tells of a plant called the jeduah, which was formed like a Iamb. From a bunch of rather coarse, thick leaves there issued steam on which the zoophyte grew, so the story goes. In every respect it was formed like an animal suspended on a stalk within the radius of which It grazed. It devoured all the herbage which it was able to reach within the circle of Its tether, and then unless some overventurous animal came near enough for It to snatch the lamb would die of starvation. Our remote ancestors hunted the lamb at great risk, for historians tell us that the lamb had not earned its reputation for gentleness then. It was extremely ferocious, especially If It had exhausted its provender. The only way to overcome it was to cut the stem by darts or arrows sent from a safe distance. Once the stem was severed the animal fell to the earth soon to die, and the successful hunter could safely cprae forth to carry his game back to his cave well-aime- d book of law and customs, wonderfully tender and eatable lambs did grow on the Talmud of Jerusalem, that ancient resenting departed animals? There is plenty of testimony indorsing animal ghosts. In India there are ghost elephants and ghost tigers that haunt the jungle. And natives of that country are restrained from abusinc onimals by a belief that the phantom of any mistreated creature will surely come back to bring misfortune to the offender. Andrew Lang quotes a naval officer as speaking of an occasion when the latter was visiting at the country house of a friend and a n bark was heard outside the door of the room where the two men sat. "Why, there's old Peter," said the well-know- i n .Tires "are one of the biggest items oh the car owner's Select your tirea according to the roada they have to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever the going is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. S. Chain U. S. Plain. bills. well-know- reason why he should get any less service out of his tires. We believe that the man with the small car is entitled to just as good tire service as the man with the big car and both are entitled to the officer. "Peter died since you were here last," replied his friend. A fox terrier that was In the room whined and trembled violently. The door was pushed open and the pad-pa- d of a big dog's feet on the floor was heard. No dog was seen, but the invisible ghost of one walked to the hearthrug, shook itself and then flung itself heavily down, the jingle of Its collar being distinctly audible. A Whole League In Himself. or Usco. For front wheels The Royal Cords. every wiere For best results U. S. Hardly a Saturday, when you motorists drop in to "tune up" for a Sunday trip, that one or more of you doesn't tell us something of value to our business. Sooner or later it comes back to you best tire service they canget, " That's why we represent U. S. Tires in this commu1L- - home. Slaves in 1756. Slavery existed in nearly all of the English colonies from an early period until shortly before or soon after the Revolutionary war, and the African trade was openly tolerated by the British government. In 1756 there were 292,000 slaves In the colonies, scattered from New England to Georgia. Slavery was not prohibited In Massachusetts until 1780, nor Vermont until 1777. The United .States census of 1810 showed 310 slaves In Connecticut, 10,851 In New Jersey, -i This puzzle in nationality has the marines guessing: Louis C. Minette, accepted for enlistment in the United States marine corps at Tulsa, Okla., said that his mother was an American who married a Frenchman In Italy. He was born on a ship flying the Spanish colors while lying In the English channel. At the age of five his parents died in Sweden and he was adopted by a German who brought him to the United States. His adopted father is not a naturalized citizen. "Would you class him as The Man Without a Country'?" the recruiting sergeant was asked. "Man without a country nothing!" said the sergeant. "I'd class him as a League of Nations." Feeding for Good Teeth. The soon defective teeth of the adult are due In a great measure, according to an authority on dentistry, to the faulty kind of food given to children. Food which requires mastication tends to develop the gums and salivary glands, while the practice of giving too much liquid food causes narrow jaws, weakens the gums and mars physical beauty. The same authority continues: "Thin, small jaws consequent on liquid diet, do not furnish room enough to accommodate the teeth even were the blood supply sufficient the teeth thus crowded failing to receive adequate nourishment a most potent cause of defect In the enamel, and carles follows." and Religion. Gold was used for most part a a useful metal ; for decoration and ornament; but It was often associated with religious thought. According to the Inca belief, an egg of copper fell from heaverr frVnn which sprang the nobility ; and after a longer period an egg . of- - gold fell, from which"- Issued Among the Chocos of Colombia, an Important idol of gold wris worshiped and slaves were sacrificed to It at certain seasons of the year. The idol represented a woman, who was once human and gave birth to a child who became the creator. Exchange. Gold the-Inca- ir Service. Service is what the car owners of this community are looking for nowadays. And especially the small car owners, who put service - nity. And why more car owners and small ans coming to us every day for U. S Tires. --l- arge Come r! zrA talk to us abGut tire j. We're here to help you gs: the kind of tires you want. 4V United States Tire W. E. NOE, Co lumbia, Ky. - " ' 15,017 in New York, 795 in Pennsyl- vania and 108 in Rhode Island. Slavery was gradually abolished In the northern states, but in 1820 there were ami ii smvcs in vjuuuecucui, i,Ool In New Jersey, 10,808 in New York, 211 In Pennsylvania and 48 In Rhode Island. The census of 1850 showed the disappearance of slavery in all the northern states except in New Jersey, which still had 230. Indianapolis News. Immense Rubies. An Immense ruby, weighing 400 carats, is reported to have been found in Burmah, but It was broken into three pieces, and the report is that one of them was sold uncut in Calcutta for $233,333. A fine ruby, known as "Groga Bok," or the Dragon Lord, weighed 45 carats in the rough, 22 carats after the cutting process, and was said to be the finest of Its size ej-aIn 1887 a stone of, 4$ seen. carats was found and in 1890 one of 394 carats, according to Bauer, who treats the discovery of the stone previously mentioned as simply an unverified report Philadelphia Ledger. 400-car- at t t h I ' II fc Jn t wwmuk at tour oouars per day, go in the saloon and pay fifty cents for a spoonful of whisky, when his table neede oread, but I am sorry to say yoc see it here. We are only tea miles from Cntcagoand I have-bee- n in the rhat- : 3 r.-- V ' Fair Pioy. Matilda Petty is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Bro. Emery filled hia appoint- 1 ment at Harvey Ridge Sunday. school-hous- e Amos Loy is talking of going business and going to western Texas for his out of tne heal en. Mr. good's a mill for- some time Kuc one of j If you have reasou othInk his arms badly hurt and vvas, child is suffering from worms, take ,..,.., t TRTTI , ,r !. IIILH U3C sent tj a nospical for crnic-me- r,. gaig 1UUiaO .. Vermifuge Worms can not resist but died. The remains expelling influence. Price. brought back to tae its were Sold by Paull Drug ( o family graveyard tor ourml. Elbert Wra. and Messrs Summit, IHi'noh. Tabor soM iheif fin Jersey wM oxens and Hgn Adair Countv New : . Biotc, f RoCvnoae AdVit has been aom time since for $385 00 and buuru ui L nt 1.: TT 1 'city a fev trips. I t had.' the Meivui Earl".-- ' one aua o ni.i!, Jean W. Morrison, this ajon and harnin pric- - $435 00 ""The Father of Jests" "The Father of Jests." Is Joseph Miller, an English comedian, "Who was born in 1G84 and died at London in 1738. The collection of jests known as "Joe Miller's Jests' appeared originally In 1739 as "Joe Miller's Jest Book. Or the Wit's Vade Mecuin, etc." It was made by John Mottley and received Its name unwarrantably from Joseph Miller. It w.1s popularly said hat Joe Miller never made up .i joke life and could neither niid'nor write. Most stalt Jests are now known as a M'w M Hfr" fnmit':? ftiV--i nitir It f iMini" rime tiii,t ! .Ji ' euiilii.Ufll v.. -In-hi- State Has Had Nine Capitals. The first complete report made In connection with the Raleigh and Wake county community study sfiows that the state of North Carolina has had ' nine capitals .as follows: Bath. Eden-to- n. s $ ! t' - - vhr Brunswick. Fllmlngton,- Newbern. Hlllsboro, Smlthfield, Fayetteville and Raleigh. The reason for so, many lay In the custom, prior to 1791. of transferring fh seat ,of goYernmentjtq th place i'f nlilHi!f of the j:jvernuvin M,i iMniviiirv mpMrif? place if lr'o iiVtM'i-y- . p.ace, and Miss Clara Wouten. Rev. TnoraaH. of Picnic, were "married recently. filleii hia regular appointment Btti groom and bride are nign at Concord Sunday. atjiiiuing young people and we Messrs. J. L. Darnell and. wiau tnem success through lire. son, Frances, and F. H. BryAir, Melvin Earles bought of ant made a business trip to i5. T. Bennett one mule for Wednesday. from his Breeding $215 00 Also one Mr. Isaacs who travels with orother, S. Earles, for $210 00. Adea dry goods Co., j. E Keich, formerly ok this the David -Ky., wag calling on n'm mif who - has been some- - Lexington laatwaekv v t.nrxi m T?nn.. ac woricf . -- CoUnn-na- , wrote .to The New.,-will try and write a few lines. Summit ia a nice place and has a n.ee park. It is only one mile from Argo, the place where I am now employed. I have a very, good job. Pays me 59i cents per1 hour. There are several Kentucky people here. and all like their work, and like their booze too, forthereis plenty of pleasure of seeing the bJg; store of Sears. Roebuck. Mr. Baj hiflt a home io. Garmon boug-hArgo. Wishing the Nwa ani. all its readers good lock and also hoping to see a letter from Sparksville every week In Tke News. Yours Respt--, E. L- - Wootecu it here. If etie constitution -- Cujesof oat or Ivy polsooiagshou bl the amendment to be treated with B&Hud's Snaor Here, ic.did ever was in Ktatacky. and a spfwdld ruMdy fsrsacti 30c,-- eScWt. tmub'es. Thre slx .sag much boozc.hare as t&ara l.Z p. battle. .Said by Pjuiit' was voted on Liniment. . It is antlsip6c aadheal-in- g 1 not .pug, for. there People, d m Co. J j.t r4Tgici 4- THIS AUA1K COUNTY NEWS JidaiT ftt Coarvty Published tn Wednesdays. kes Goknv6ia, Kervtacky. cording to this statempnt the League of Nations will be threshed out before the people- of the United States. 1 Alva Qrider B. 0. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building L" George R. Holmes, of the J.E.MURRELL, Editor Service, News f&RS. DAISY HAMLBTT, Man gives the following line up, on ZtamcxstlcBewfpapcxdrrctod to the InUrert the first ballot, at the Chicago the City cfCchuablamnd & paepla cf Adair Republican Convention: Gen. wed adjoining ccunttes. " Wood, 270;Uohnson, 200; Low-de175;Butler, New York, 85; Entered it the Columba' is second Knox, 70; Harding, 50; Coolridge tmss mail matter. Massachusetts. 20; Poindexter, Washington. 20; Allen, Kansas, Post-offic- ABSOLUTE r AUCTION SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE n, e MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. Tuesday June 22nd., 250 Acres, 10 o'clock WED. JUNE. 9, 1920. 20; Pritchard, North Carolina, 20. ' Totals, 910. Scattering 24. Marion County -- 50ieryer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perfyear A Subscription due and Payable inlAdvance Subscription Price let and.'2zid Postal Zone Total, 984, necessary to nomi- J. T. Lankford farm, known as the "Bainster Taylor Farm." On Gravel Switch Pike, on North Roiling Fork, -2 miles South of Gravel Swith on L. & N. R. R Will be subdivided into three tracts and sold to suit the 1 1- I nate, 493. 'Proctor and Gamble" has long been a household phrase in ANNOUNCEMENTS America, used in connection with washing soiled linen. Now the FOR CONGRESS. Senate Investigating Committee We are authorized to announce in doing some laundry for the BA.LPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nom- Republicana party has discovered which the eoap'kibg has already advanced the modest sum of "We are authorized to announce $500,000, we wonder if the astute .FRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson Coun- Hitchcok will make the claim ty, a Democratic candidate for that the General represents the gress, in the Eighth district, subject to the action of the State primary great "unwashed" people of America. Auguit 7, 1920. August 7, 1920. purchasers. 2 halls, i iiiim' V 2L& ' TRACT NO. Come In and See ination for Congress in this, the Eighth that Proctor's great interest in Congressional District of Kentucky. General Wood's campaign, to State Primary Election Saturday, the $7,000,000' 3V-inch Tire Thisis the famous Firestone molded 34 inch tire that lias its own plant, its own .special machinery, special .VJ imetnoas, speciali organiza- Uioiu and 36 x 60. New stock barn 56 x 80. Barns metal roofed. Gear room and crib with concrete floors. Can house over 20 acres tobacco and we have the land to grow it. All necessary out buildings in good repair. 80 acres in com and tobacco, 100 acres in Blue Grass. 180 Acres, with main improvements. 7 room, 2 story dwelling 2 porches, fitted with lights; 5 room tenant house, 2 tobacco bams 40 x 120 1 TRACT NO. acres, ALL IN BLUE GRASS, three rooms and one of two rooms, with out buildings. of first and second Rolling 150 One tenant house of TRACT NO. 3 20 $hus Firestone serves car duction. This permits a value in tires never before accomplished at the price. Gp ywSt &liry. these savings' f7 fravlnggs eggg owners with quantity pro- The SenatelCommitttee invesWe are authorized to announce Hon. tigating the campaign expenses JiiChard P. Ernst, of Kenton county, of the variouslcandidates for the a Republican candidate for U. S. Sen- Presidential g nominations has ator,. .Primary first Saturday in done a real service to the Country. It has revealed the fact j :t The present expensive Con- - that the control off the RepubliTfiress adjourned sine die last can party, which through Mark Cumberland Grocery Co. Saturday. Amen! and Amen! Hanna in 1896 became intimately identified with big business No chance for liquor. The Su- has not sincelbeen redeemed. It Locals. preme Court sustains the Vo- shows Governor Lowden expendlstead Amendment. ing nearly ajhalf a million dolThere is uo telling how many acres lars and General Wood expend- of tobacco were set in Adair county y the big Republican ing at least twice as much in or- last week. Growers were setting day Convention is on in Chicago. der to put their claims to prefer- and night. The greatest difficulty was in securing hands, P. V. Cundifl It is the general opinion that ence before their party, as if and sons, who own the Harris farm, JLowden, of Illinois, will be nom statesmenship were a thing to be put out twenty acres on Wednesday, inated. If not him, a dark exploited through channels of thirty men and boys doing the work. horse; paid publicity, like patent med- The price for hands, duriDg the season, was not considered, only a willingJohn W. Davis, ambassador to icines or a new brand of soft ness to work. Many other growers England, is coming to the front drink. That any man must, or living in a few miles of Columbia, put and it is very probable that he that any man is willing to, spend out a large acreage. will be nominated for the a half million dollars, whether of Rubber Tires. Presidency at the San Francisco his own or other people's money, Convention. He hails from merely to secure the nomination Baby carriages and retired. West Virginia, and is a strong of his party, is a sad commenT. G. Rasner & Son. personal friend of President tary. If it affected the nomination only, the country at large All accounts due Julia Eubank x Wilson. would not be so much interested; must be settled by the 15th of this The Bonus bill passed the but such a practice cannot but month. This means you. House, the vote being 289 for, have a demoralizing effect on It Is reported that in some localities 3)2 against. It is given out that the purity of elections. It can- In Adair county June peaches have the measure will die in the Sen- not but make the people dissatis- begun to turn. ate. We believe Jhat the boys fied and distrustful when they Curt Bell delivered five hogs to who helped to win the war are are given every reason to believe Phelps Bros., this place, last Wednes entitled to all the pay that may that it takes a syndicate of day at $1.50 of the Louisville market. be voted to them, but we think moneyed men to select a new Is your property for sale? The theframerof this bill set his President, just as it takes a syn- Kemper Co., will find a buyer. Office hoe a little too digging for it to dicate to. float a combination in Jeffries Hotel. f become a law and be beneficial high finance. Must our Presi to the veterans. dent be a millionaire or one who Miss Louise Tucker, a returned will make interesting it to mil Missionary from China, delivered a Three United States Judges, lionaires to back up his ambition? very entertaining lecture at the BapJudge Walter Evans being one We have long since been accus- tist church one evening last week. of the number, have decided She gave an account of her woak tomed to the man seeking the among the Chinese, and in speaking that a 50 cents tax on bonded office instead of the office seek- - of the customs of the people in that whisky is unconstitutional. The the man; are we now entering benighted country, her talk was of decision was unanimous. The an era of President-makin- g when special interest. Quite a number. ''wets" are persistent in their a coterie of over-ric- h men will were out to hear her. .fight for a modification of the bring out their favorite and put prohibition laws, but up to this Bennett & Loy shipped him over by sheer force of or hogs to the Louisville market last they have not made any lame ganization and publicity? Un- week. On Saturday they had three real headway. less we greatly misjudge the car loads and seventy-fivsheep in temper of the people, the disclo Campbellsville, waiting for crade cars At a conference held by Homer Cummings and President sures now being made will cause in which to ship, They bought the hogs In this and adjoining counties at Wilson, at the White House, last a mighty protest before election $1.50 of the Louisville market. Tuesday, it was decided that day, in which every thoughtful the name of the President would person who loves his country, A No. 1 Ford tourin" car for sale Hirst class, sot be put before the San Fran- will join; for if the Presidency new tires,see Epperson condition. Calw & Jeffries of America can be secured by 96 A. or cisco Convention as a candidate Columbia, Ky. tactics so nearly allied .to the 's for the third term, but Mr. game, we are all policies would be enuncia- auction-bloc- k The buyer andseller neet and trade at The Kenr f ' fiff?r .. 9c.tF ted in the platform adopted. Ac- - In for an Armegeddon. -TOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. acres of unimproved bottbm land. This farm consists mosty Fork bottom land everybody knows it will 'produce 12 to 15 barrels of com year after year. Some rolling limestone land, 60 acres last year produced 750 barrels com and 12 acres in tobacco sold for over $12,000,00. This farm is sure a money maker. In high state of cultivation and up and selling to "the High Dollar", WITROUT RESERVE, BY-BI- D OR LIMIT: The buyers name the price. Possession January 1, 1921, with fall seeding privileges-Ea-sy Teims. Buy this farms give it half a chance and it will pay for itself.. Remember Swinebroad "Always Sells," For further particulars see J. T. Lankford at the farm or at Lebanon, V. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at Danville, or TTretfotte SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man Additional LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. or RA1NE and THOMAS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Lebanony., Bolivar Auctioneeer. To-da- Three Dandy Farms of J. W. RIQQINS AT PUBIC AUCTION - go-cart- s Tuesday June 15th, 10 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. TRACT NO, 2:-- 70 acres. TRACT NO. 3: 75 acres. TRACTS NOS 1 and 2 join and make a splendid farm of 155 acres. IMPROVEMENTS: On Tract No. 1, splendid two story dwelling, with seven rooms; two halls, two porches, astern, bam-5- 0 by 80, 7 acres wheat sown to grass, 7 acres tobacco, 16 acres 1-.-- TRACT NO. clover, balance in blue grass. 25-t- fifty-seve- n e On tract No. 2, 7 room dwelling, three porches, two halls, barn 50 by 50, water in barn. Cribs, scales, machine sheds, and all out buildings. On this tract 25 acres of bottom land. 14 acres m corn, 1 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 on the 70 acre tract. TRACT No. 3 unimproved grass and timber land, These farms are located in a good community, right at 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. Will be sold on easy terms and for possession January 1 , 1921. Now is the time to buy. Do nbt delay. This farm will be sold to the High Dollar, without reserve, d or limit. Any price you pay on the day of sale you can sell for at a profit before you have to pay for the land. Swinebroad is the only man who universally advertises NO S and he "ALWAYS SELLSs' just as advertised. by-biBY-BID- I For furtner particulars see J. W. Riggins at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever, at my Danville, or t office in SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man ' Lancaster, Kentucky. i ' Wil-fon- Come hear Bolivar Bond on the Block. Look up the advertisement of Swraebroad's farm sales on June 16, 17, 18 and 19th. I -- g- - -- T .VU . . wr ADAIR COUNTY NEWS at L4 s . - L J oi 4 $ rruraa, i i I Til ' 'IT-i- T? r,i,i--- r 3SjJMSa TO THE FARMERS NEW SPRINU GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT J' Now is the time you need work tools. And we are ready to supply you with RUSSELL & CO. Plows, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, IO s Corn Drills, And all other kinds of Implements, Wagons, fcac" v Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. V Field Seed, and THE UNIVERSAL CAR We are experienced, and know how to give service to the owners of Ford cars. We have the sams methods, machinery and skill that they have in the Ford Factory, and we use the same Parts made by the Ford Motor Company. Ford owners are doubly guaranteed by us as to the reliability of our service on Ford cars. Don't try to do it yourself, bring your car here. Incidentally we are getting a few Ford cars and we are able to make fairly good deliveries. . DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. aim am En Columbia, Touring with starter $712.21; Runabout, with starter, $686.17; One Ton Truck Chassis, $582.05; Coupe, with starter $894.42; Sedan, with starter $1024.58; These prices f. o. b. Detroit. T. F. CORBIN I CANE VALLEY, KY., A m ThE Average Man'S Property Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. Material and Ia bor costs have advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are still going up. Have you increasgd your insurance to cover the increase in values? Are you fully THE BUCHANAN-LYOI N COMPANY. NJC O R P O R Auctioneer and Dealer In r k Columbia, Ky. AT E D. Campbellsville, Ky. Your Real Estate. Eisiness So licited. PERSONALS. in Columbia last Wednesday, en route to his home, Jamestown, from Bowling Mr. N. B. Falkenburg, was Green. Prof. T. A. Judd and wife, of Tenn., arrived the first of last week, to spend ten days with Prof. Judd's home people. Miss Lillie Judd, who taught in Louisiana, reached home the first of last week. Miss Latitia Paull will teach in the graded school at Jamestown, the school to open the first of August Mr. Elam Huddlescon, of Danville, was here last week. Thirteen years ago he was a student in the Lindsey-Wilso- n Jel-lio- o, Columbia For the past two years he Hotel. has been a State Bank Inspector, 'and was here to examine the Bank of Columbia and the other three State banks in the county, Gradyville, Casey Creek and Cane Valley. and boarded Misses Annie and have been in school at the Lula Koyse, who at Bowling Green, returned home last week. They are daughters of Mr. C. K Royse. Mrs. Bettie Hutchison, Coburg, improves very slowly. She is the mother of Mrs. Lawrence Pickett, this of fice. Mr. Wm. Hobson, of Louisville, was here a few days ago, on his return home from Jamestown. Mr. Hugh Hoe, Stanford, called on our implement men a few days since. Goodyear Tire Campany, headquarColumbia recently. ters Louisville, paid Columbia a busi- N. Coffey. Mr. Guy Stevenson, who is in GeorgeMr. C. K. Allen and wife, New ness call last Thursday. Buchanan York, were at the Jeffries Hotel sev- Lyon Company are the local agents town college, reached home a few n tire. eral days of last week. Mr. Allen has for this days since. leases on a number of acres in Adair Miss Allene Montgomery, who atMiss Thorn asino Garnett is spending county. tended the College for Women, Dan- a week with Miss Katie Murrell. Dr. Frank D, Hines and wife, of ville, arrived home last Wednesday Mrs. S. F. White, of Durham, N. 0., Denver, Colo., are at the Jeffries Ho- night. arrived at the home of her brother, tel. The doctor is intesrested in oil Mrs. and ba Mr. J. N. Coffey, lastaturday afterIra Powers production, and has some holdings in by, of Harrodsburg, are visiting at noon, and will be here several weeks. this county. the home of Mrs. Powers' parents, Her two brothers, Sale and George, Prof. J. L. Creech, of Williamsburg, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Sinclair. and their wives are here, and the was a visitor last week to this county. Mrs. Polly Gupton. of Edmonton, Coffey famihare having a reunion. Mr. C. B. Patterson, Eonnopolis, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Geo. H. Mr. Strother Hinesv has returned North Oarolina, was in our midst a Nell". returned from Center college. few days ago. Miss Allene Nell has returned from Miss Ruth Hines, who graduated Dr. O. P. Miller made a professional a visit to Campbellsville. She was a from Randolph Macon College, Ya., guest at the home of Mr. W. B. Lyon. reached home a few days ago. visit to Louisville last week. Miss Bachel Johnson, daughter of Mr. Rich Grissom, wife and two Mr. Boy Basner was in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, who children, and Mr. J. K. Bobertson arlast week, buying goods. has been teaching in New Mexico, re- rived, on a visit, from Elida,N. M., a Mr. Curd Snow, of Burkesville, was turned home last Thursday night. few days ago. here a few days since. Mrs. Edgar W. Reed, who made an Mr. Jo Ed Flowers is at home, from Mr. J. W. Hodgen, Louisville, made extended visit to her sister, Mrs. C. Louisville. a business trip to this place the latter M. Barnett, St. Louis, returned home Mr. Tom Hood, who has been ab part of last week. the latter part of last week. sent from Adair county for twenty' Mr. Morton E. Welby, of" Bowling Mr. W. H. Wilson made a business five years, is back, on a visit. He is a Green, was in Columbia last Thurstrip to Springfield last week. brother of Mr. Cicero Hood and reday. Mr. John Russell, who has been at sides in Oklahoma. Mr. J. W. Culver, Lebanon, was in West Point, Miss., for three months, Miss O. M. Beed left the first of the our midst a few days ago. to Columbia last Saturday. week, for TTrbana, 111., where she will returned Mr. J. M. Howell, Greensburg, made Mrs. Lizzie Grlssom has returned be with her nephew, Frof. Beed Shel-to- n a business trip to Columbia last Thurs- from Hopkinsville. Her daughter, and wife for several weeks. day. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Keece, of Nell Miss Mary Is now in Nashville and soon. visited their sons, Cay and T. F. Mr. Allie O. Gardner, Louisville will reach home Saturday and Sunday. was at the Jeffries Hotel last ThursMr. Geo. E. Coffey and wife, of Dal- Beece Miss Anna Eubank has returned to day. las, Texas, arrived last Friday night. Mr. P. B. Feaman, representing she Mr. Coffey is a half brother of Mr. J. Louisville. . well-know- Mr. J. G. Carson, Louisville, was in protected if the fire should occur today? REED BROS. "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. Columbia; Kentucky. wmammamemmmmmimmmm Special Sale For dies, 10 Days, ending Sat. June 12, La- 40c Gingham 35 c; All kinds of thin dress goods, Misses and children's trimmed hats reduced. dress- $2.25 Bungalow aprons $2.00; $2.75 children's es $2.50; $55. suits at v $45; $7.00 Matting druggets slip- 9x12, $6750; $3.5 0' felt rugs $3.00; $ifc6"67e1fof Blue bird dishes for $12.50; bargains in shoes and pers. Sugar 30c per lb. Other bargains. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Kyr Lewis Coffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Coffey, who has been in NashMonday was county court. number of farmers were ' Quite, 3 which indicated that corn planing ville for four months, returned home was about overl Shelby Shively, last Saturday. Mr. Ffeured voiles the latest at who went to Nashville with Lewis, !m$ys intoB i returned with him - 31 ;,; Born, to the wife oT mons, June I,1920vi4 pounds Sf ?yr.- - z MANY ROADS lies. Phone 13-- B. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TO KNOWLEDGE ILAIMS- A GREAT - DISCOVERY Business Phone 13-- For Instance, Impudent Fake Resulted In Opening Up the Field of Electro-Therap-y. Dr. J. N Murrell -- Englishman Convinced That In Uncooked Vegetables and Fruit Ho Has Found Ideal Fare. $40mQmQi4.4 $4 STORE S4$$444m QUALITY DENTISTsTr Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. UP STAIRS.) COLUMBIA, KY L. H. Phone . 114 Vetariaary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Special attention given Diseases of a Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. G. Columbia. Ky. Knifley. Lettie Feese spent last .Wednesday night with Mrs. M133 Lillie Hardin and Mrs. Bessie Abaher. Mr. Jean Watson who 'has been in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past few months arrived home-on- a day last week. Rev. Fieldon Chapel held services at the school house at this place last Sunday afternoon. There was a large crowd pre3en and everybody enjoyed the sermon. Mr. Rufus Feese and sister efetie, visited their sister, Mrs. Rosa Christie of Green county last Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Sanders, of Casey Greek, spent last Sunday with her son, Mr. lhad Sanders of this place. Died, on the 22nd of May, Mr. Tom Grant of near Mt. Carmel. The interment took place at his borne place. Mr. Bill Baiiey and sister, Mrs. America Baul.", attended the funeral services of their brother-! n law, Tom Grant. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jackson spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mr 3. Charlie Bault. Mrs. Lillie Hardin and sister, Mrs. Beasie Absher, made a business trip to Columbia last Eriday. Uhe children derstand this unique timekeeper." N'ever before had he seen such an object. As he was familiar with clocks, what he meant, evidently, was that the time Indicators on the clock were different from those on the watch which had been given to him. It is quite probable he had In his possession the first watch made by Peter Ileulein, or at least one of his first ones. This Peter Heuleln was a blacksmith and locksmith and devoted his time to mathematics and watchmaking, for which he was thrown into prison charged with witchcraft, whicli was then one of the easy ways of disposing of a rival or of a person who did things out of the ordinary. But Peter persevered, and the name f Heulein and Nuremburg is preserved by a monument in his native town. New Bells Made Like Old. We have often neurci of the beautiful silver tone of very old church bells in Europe and some have even beoi bought at a great price and brought lo America. It was supposed that aft;i a bell had rung regularly for one or two centuries some mysterious quality was developed, and the beautiful tone could be acquired in no other way. An ingenious American studied the problem, however, and decided that the silver tone was simply due to the fact that the clapper of the bell had worn itself and the bell by continued striking, until the two fit closely together and that the shape of the metal and nothing else determined the tone. He began to make bells by casting them so that the clapper and the bell fit each other properly, and the mellow silver tone was obtained at once. Today we are manufacturing such bells and selling them abroad. Boys' Life. Along the road that leads to knowlIs an entirely erroneous Idea edge are scattered many that human beings derive their energy which as a role do a flourishing and from food,' says Mr. William Alrd of profitable business. For the chief Somptlng, Sussex, England, who weakness of the human mind is credu- claims that he Uvea like the hares and lity. squirrels. But by curious paradox, the foolish"Each human being," he contends, ness factories every now and then "has a certain capital amount of enproduce something that poves of sub- ergy which can be spent slowly or stantial usefulness to science. rapidly, but cannot be supplemented." For example, in New England many Mr. Alrd Is an engineer. Formerly, years ago a man named Perkins in- he suffered from very bad health, but vented what he called a "magnetic after six years of experimenting In tractor," for drawing diseases out of dieting came to the conclusion that folk. It was shaped like a pair of uncooked fruit and vegetables formed compasses, with one leg of silver and Ideal fare. Today, although nearly the other of copper. When the two fifty, he claims the feelings of a boy points were passed over the afflicted of eighteen. part of the body the Instrument was "When I searched for the means of supposed by some electrical means to health," he says. "I studied the wild alleviate or cure the trouble. animals on the Sussex downs. So cerThe "tractors" undoubtedly did tain am I that I have found the true benefit many people; also Perkins, path of life, that I am willing to be who sold them for $5 apiece. They Inoculated with smallpox, cancer, made such a sensation that scientists plague, anthrax, tuberculosis, or any took the matter up, Investigating It disease you care to mention. I am thoroughly and proving that Imagina- sure that germs would not live In my tion did the work. Blindfolded per- body. sons were relieved of pain by the con"I offered to undergo the test In a tact of a couple of pointed sticks of London hospital, but the surgeons wood, which they mistook for the in- would not take the risk. This offer strument In question. still holds good, and If It Is not acThe whole business was plain fool- cepted I shall probably inoculate myishness. Nevertheless, the Interest self In public." It awakened led to the first opening up of the field of electro-therapdiscoveries of which have proved of such UNIQUE SCHEME OF REVENGE immense Importance to medical Sardonic Humor in Tale of How Frenchman "Got Even" With His WAS AHEAD OF HIS TIME A quaint short story by Rodolphe Peter Heuleln, Who Made the First Bringer, a marvel of French brevity, Watch, Accused of Witchcraft and appeared not long ago in L'Humanite. Thrown Into Prison. It Is called "The Benefactor's Revenge," and the tale is of a millionaire There Is In existence today a letter in a smaU town who was piqued bedated April 22. 1527, from Martin Lu- cause he was not elected mayor. Presther to Father Frederick Pistorius ently he died, partly of annoyance. the last abbot of St Aeglduis In Nu- The funeral was magnificent, but the remberg, in which he thanks the ab- townsfolk did not attend. They disbot for the gift of a watch, and adds-"- trusted the millionaire. Imagine the feel compelled to become a pupil shock of pleasure, then, when they of our mathematicians in order to un- learned that he had bequeathed 3,000,-00- 0 fake-shop- s, 'It OF Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No- tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE y, Fellow-Citizen- s. Progress Range Stoves I Albin Murray Columbia, Phone 12 was given on condition that the town should undertake to nourish and sustain all the poor, without distinction of age, sex or nationality, who lived within Its boundaries. At once the popularity of the deceased took a tremendous jump. A philanthropist; he had been misjudged. A pedestal was prepared for his statue. Today the pedestal still remains uncrowned. A town that was hard working and unknown to poverty and misery became the mecca for ail the scamps In France. Since the day on which the will was proclaimed tramps, rogues and apaches have not ceased to pour through its gates. At last it awoke to the dark Intention of its benefactor. Boston Post. francs to the municipality I It Kc ntucky Next Dbbtr to'The "Adair County" Nev. Office. fr44H"6"fr"O"Qii4$04$tt. Mr. John Foster had a fight with a mad dog one day last of Mr. John Arnold set their father a birthday dinner the 17th of May, it being his 70th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell have removed to their place that they bought of J. H. Tucker, of this place. Mis3 Reedie Tucker spent last Saturday and Sunday with Misses Fannie and Rosa "Knights of the Hammer." Some folks always see things through Indigo glasses. Neither reason nor .evidences of success can change the hue. Everything Is on the road to ruin and the talk is the kind that drops the bottom out of a fellow's ambitions. The only way to get pea when they are around Is to keep them so busy that they do not have time to use the hammer. If you can keep their minds off themselves there Is a chance to have some good work from them. They are often skillful enough If you can only get them busy. And as long as you can keep them busy they have no time to think about themselves. And you may be one of these folks. If you are. get busy and stay busy. It's the only way to be happy and fair with your fellowmen. Orit. STOMACH TROUBLE I week. W. B. 41 orris sold a cow and ca.f for sixty dollars. Mr. John Rigney made a busi- j I uess trip to Eunice last week. Mr. Lee I suffered with stomach trouble. I would nave 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. 1 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 Durham has about! new TEEDFORD'3 completed bis Puniy. barn near Mrs. Sallie Curry who hasj been sick for some time is improving very much. Air. Bob Cooley has moved his BL tSj f 1 iS v3 i r--e Bryant Mr. Vance Baxter spent last Saturday nipht and Sunday with Mr. Goebel Wheeler and brother Ben. Orander and sister-in-laMiss Orander, of Louisville, are visiting the mother. Mrs. Wash Hard-wic- k of Bas.s. Taylor county, at this writing. w Mrs. Bertha for-aer- 's Itching diseases can bo controlled-- ! and causa removed by applying Snow Liniment. The relief is prompt and permanent. Three Siz. 30c, 60c and SI 20 per bottle Sold b Pull Dru Co Bal-laro- '.j f r.M, ihMO 1 fir fitter. Klatfrona. Itch. etc. t SMM6 OtMT treatment fa!U4 Mtant'aSalvaksa relieved 4nma at catca. Yott cn't 'HANI I1CK wkhoutuetIooirHunt'SI ! tli f .1 lyjyywf ' ltrr it at ow rtoc Money Mmeh k. Sold' by Paul Dtufi ovv, Adhesive From Snails. Many of the larger kinds of snails have at the extremity of their bodies small white bladders filled with a gelatinous substance. It has been disWorry Really Wicked. covered that this is the strongest adWorry Is really an evidence of lack hesive known for the repairing of of and of faith in the porcelain, glass, etc The substance power that runs the universe. It is Is applied thinly to both sides of the a lack of faith In the power that, pro- fracture and the broken piece Is tied vided you do your part, will always firmly together so that all Is held In bring things out better than you possi- place. A rather longer time for drybly could by yourself alone. Why ing should be given than in the case should you worry, why should you of ordinary adhesives so as to allow fear, why should you be anxious, when the natural glue to acquire the greatOod's vision and omnipotence are al- est degree of strength. When It Is ways ready to guide and serve you? once really set the tenacity of this reThere never has been an Instant In markable adhesive Is astonishing. your life, my friend, which you could Scientific American. have safeguarded or provided for with a thousandth part of the wisdom with Appreciated Cooper's Work. which God has guarded and provided The first American novel to win popfor It. It is really a reflection upon ularity outside our own language Is him t6 be anxious about the future. t' said to have been James Fenimore dread poverty and sickness, to worry Cooper's "Spy." Cooper had to publish about your business, to fear failure it at his own expense, as no American la your undertaking. Orison Swett publisher would accept It. It was Warden In Chicago News. quickly translated Into French. German and Spanish, and later was published In thirty-fou- r different places in EuFierce Apparitions. In the West Indies a sight of the rope. Cooper translations are often "rolling calf presages death or ter- better literature than the original, as The negroes are the best elements of the story are not rible misfortunes. dreadfully afraid of possible encoun- lost In translation and many stylistic ter with it at night. It is white, of defects disappear In the hands of a enormous size and with eyes that literary translator. blaze like hot coals. William Thorp, a learned student of Doubtful Testimonial. such manifestations, writes of a "I don't know whether to accept phantom shark that haunts the waters tills testimonial or not," mused the about Nassau, in the Bahamas, where hair restorer man. it is known as the "harbor master." "What's the matter with It?" deIt shines with a weird phosphorescent manded the advertising- manager. glow even in the daytime, and though "Well," explained the boss, "the man hooked on many occasions and pulled writes: 'I used to have, three ..spots la, it invariably, vanishes from view, at on the top of my head, but since usfee last mttM til ing a bottle of your' hair restorer I tuive ofily line." " Lcmftin TH,RJj -t-- saw mill to Mr. Alvin Burton's log yard. Mr. Marcus Corbin who was bn the sick list last week is better at this time. Mrs. Sallie Garry sold thirty- i recommended very highly, so began to use'it It cured rne. I keep it in the house all the time. It is 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 ihe 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 EJD&MktiJtSa on eight frying chickens tor dollars. mare Mr twemy-si- x W. B. Morris lost a veiy fine lat week. W. B. Morris & and Mr tyGfrfr $&$ PRICE W. T. SURETY BONDS FIR.E INSURANCE, LIFE , Tom Powell day last week. traded hor&es one Miss Minnie 6anc is visiting Mrs. Lida Winis and Mr., Mat Riuney this week. Mr. Ethel Brockmah and Miss aV Haute Corbin ware shopping at one day last week. INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURFS . COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY iOneDrop VJMriMarotflryXMM4y &&&& j&&w$ $$$ $! K t drUkia ) k rtr Jsam ourCMft WMW H H A few drop ia tho watsr care prereau whits tZATXi2 L dUrraoe. cholera, tadltcwloa, am other B prerentchkk (SMMes. Ute dHy t Hibmb Bmd wre roar cmbW. SmaU ixe 68 cents, half-pin- ytE& HADCO t LAST YEAR'S Can be so dunked by having it SWISS new Sfciac.Shade. wfli ; OtraOwDrrClM It last another rftTriaJ SUIT Dytd yar. a pretty. LOWISVHJL. KY. SIM. At druttitta, or aeat by mail upon receipt of price. D $1.0J,tet v tfmmir Cs. 8t-- Laatactm. Ky. b.htf Jeefries Harc'ware Slotr Sm4 Via Pmrmi SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS VA mOOfiPOJUTRD ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FORCED Great-Grandfather TO BECOME PIRATE jgfDHffir "Best of President Fillmore Coerced Into Sailing Under the Black Flag. great-grandfather Qualities of Three Great Peoples Declared Mingled in the Dwellers in. 1 P& SMs "(MIH)B , .' U3EJL. VJ.'I -- C !'. - 2.JL.U-.90UbHIt- "I"JJJJIL" . J . ,; ... .. -- , w --av J.TT..,m, -- i.xzi.zz.rzrj-zxi imi i. (JJBL-U'U- milium , , , ,.,.,. w im.f.. iTFwr v".r:-mT"n yn JB.'u.'MBriimiwu J T .in'ii" - iiii".''iui.g !Miras3r&JCi; ...f jr rrr Alsace. v As we came out of the square (at of John Fillmore, St. Amarin) little boys were bringing Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth presiin armfuls of wood for their schooldent of the United States, was a pirate, though he was a pirate in spite room stoves; jSthers were already noisily scampering home for dinner in of himself. The story begins with the the crisp, sawdusty air; straight colfirst quarter of the eighteenth century, when the freebooters, Bluebeard. Low umns of smoke from many chimneys and Phillips, swept the Atlantic coast evoked women standing about nooday fires; there was a homely human feelfrom Jamaica to Newfoundland. Phillips captured the Dolphin of Cape Ann, ing about it all. As I went through the school It a Tessel commanded by Andrew seemed to me that the types of the Harriden. Harriden discovered among the children were modified in two ways, pirates' crew two young men, John inclining now toward the elongated with Fillmore and Edward Cheesman, head, eyes pointed chin, dark hair, and mantling color; now captured and dark whom Phillips had square-jawemade pirates against their will. toward the blond type, with full, dreamy, blue They had determined either to escape from the pirate's clutches or eyes. But under these modifications to, capture his Tessel and bring him one felt that there was a persistent && Ms crew to justice. They fixed something, that was their own, neither nri appointed hour for making the German nor French nor anything else, attempt at escape, after reaching for all the mingling; the Alsatian root and stem, with an inalienable, an agreement with" fiarriden. peculiar life mounting In It, Its very - The signal was given when only own, its race gift three were on deck, one of whom And this essential gift, this rich, diwas Phillips. One of the men was verse Inheritance, had been received thrown overboard, and the other two from each" point of the compass. From were killed. This was done while the the through the defiles of the crew was below in the hold of the Alps,south, Great Latin traditions had the ship. The captors then sprang into Infiltrated. From the north and east the hold and placed the rest of the had come Germanic thought, with Its crew in chains, steered the vessel mystical reactions, its metaphysical for Boston, and arrived there May 3, Inclinations, Its marvelous legends, 1724. Two of the pirates were hanged, and its romantic chronicles of gods while Fillmore, Cheesman and his con- and half gods. From the west from federates were acquitted. Gaul, came grace and courtesy and the deathless wish for liberty. Was FORESEE APPROACH OF DEATH ever a people more richly endowed? From "Alsace in Bust and Gold," by Edith O'Shaughnessy. Writer Tells of Instances Where Animals Evidently Sensed Dissolution and Feared It WITCHES FEARED IN OHIO I am perplexed at the way in which Early Settlers Had Strong Belief in the lower animals sometimes have a Their Power to Work Harm premonition of death and fear it, while In the Community. perat other times they appear to be fectly indifferent to death. Belief in witchcraft was not unI have known a dog to beg not to be common among the early white settaken on a railway journey, when usu- tlers in Ohio, and domestic animals ally he used, to dance about with de- which were claimed to have been taken light when he saw these preparations possession of by witches were somebeing made. On the occasion on which times burned alive in order to bring ne exhibited distress he slipped off the an end to the evil practice of witches. platform, was run over and killed. It was held that witches could "not I have known a horse who was a be exterminated in any other way. very free jumper refuse obstinately a Howe's Ohio history records a small fence and, when his rider forced story of this kind, said to ' be on him over it the horse broke his back. the records of the common pleas A bullfinch not a pet, but merely court of Lawrence county. The story one of a cageful of birds dropped was brought out In the trial of a down screaming; I took him out and claim for imposition in a horse sale so long as he lay in my hand he was in 1828. The purchaser claimed that quite quiet, but he screamed if I at- he had been cheated, that the horse, tempted to put him back on some cot- instead of being sound, was sick when ton wool. He lay in my hand for a sold to him, and died soon afterward. quarter of an hour and died quite The defendant who had sold the quietly. horse claimed that the animal was " I have had a" horse refuse to pass not sick, but was bewitched, and in under a tree under which he had pass- support of his contention told of a ed every day for years. It was a cow in the same neighborhood that perfectly calm day. I drove him round had been bewitched. The owner of the tree, and as I did so a big branch the cow was convinced of the fact, fell upon exactly the spot on which and to make sure that the witch we would have been if I had not let would not take possession of other the horse go round. From the Conti- animals in the neighborhood, had nental Edition of the London Mail. tied the cow to a tree and with the assistance of neighbors, burned ' her there alive, much to the relief of Must Earn Nature's Favors. settlers In the vicinity, who seem genNature will not reveal her beauty, erally to have been believers in witchher joy, her splendor, her magnificence craft or her sublimity to the selfish or the hurried soul. She thinks too much of Vishnu in Mythology. her great treasures of marvelous mystery to fling them, out to the penurious, Vishnu is the second god in the greedy, hurried human being, to the Hindu triad. When he first appears casual eye, to those who are rushing in Vedlc times, he is simply the god along at railroad speed. No one can of the shining firmament the younger successfully woo and win her. who is brother of Indra, and inferior to him not willing to study her, take time to In dignity. The higher rank was acobserve her, and listen to her voice. corded to him by later writers. The She tells her secrets, reveals her mysBrahmanic myths relating to Vishnu teries and beauties only to those who are characterized by the idea that know how to wait, who take time to whenever great physical or moral disthink, to ponder; to those who can order affected the world, Vishnu appreciate and love these things well descended in a small portion of his enough to spend time with her. Ori- essence to set it right He is generson Swett Marden in Chicago News. ally represented as having four arms, each hand holding some particular object, and as riding on a being half No High Cost of Clothing Here. His most enWhen a- hole is worn in tapa cloth it man and half beast vare generally Is only necessary to moisten the edges thusiastic followers middle classes of and beat them together. Tapa cloth drawn from theHis mark on their Hindu society. was once woven or pounded into a yellow shape in many parts of the South Sea foreheads is a trident, withwhite one prong In the center and a islands. It is made of the barks of the banana, breadfruit or mulberry. on eaclKside. The rough outer bark is first scraped Sweetie's Last Call. off and the Inner fibers are beaten together and allowed to ferment. So had an appointment with my best I fine is the texture of the cloth that beau on a rainy evening, and as I one would never imagine it had been knew that because of the weather our prepared in this crude manner. It is evening would be spent in the movies I bleached to a dazzling white color in put up my hair in curlers, thinking the sun, and when made Into gar- that my tam would be enough camouments is practically Indestructible. flage. The tam was already in place Boys' Life. when sweetie arrived, and off we went It was warm in the show and without thinking, I slipped the tam off. Can Manhattan in the Indian Tongue. you Imagine my embarrassment when We had a sad shock the other day and my sweetie when we learned from one of our the light went on my natura.rcurly Manhattan, in the turned to gaze on learned clients that and was confronted with a head Indian tongue, is said to mean "The hair place where they all get drunk." Ac- full of curlers sticking up at different cording to William Loring Andrews' angles? He never came again. Exbook, "The Bradford Map" (1893), change. shown by James F. Drake, the native name was coined in happy memThe Art of Pleasing. ory of the greatly regrettable revel The desire of pleasing makes a man that transpired when Peter Minuit agreeable or unwelcome to those with (we think it was) put over his deal whom he converses, according to the with the Indians with the aid of a motive from which that Inclination apflagon of schnapps. We trust Mr. pears to flow. If your concern for will take Immediate steps to pleasing others arises from an innate have the name of the island changed benevolence, It never fails of success; Morley In New York if from a vanity to excel, its disapEvening Post. pointment is no less certain. What we call an agreeable man, is he who Is endowed with that natural bent to Sure Thing. " !1 told Jiggers that on do acceptable things from a delight If he kept Indulging in that absurd fad of ''his he takes in them merely as such; and 'fie "would be stung." the. affectation of that character Is only to be expected with what constitutes a fop. Richard "That was Steele. X bee In his bonnet;''. round-headed, d, An-fders- on ', The World's Largest Tire Factory Building 30x3, 30x3i and :.!V Y 31x4-inchTir- es & Owners of the smaller cars can enjoy the same high relative value in Goodyear Tires that gives utmost satisfaction to owners of big, costly motor carriages. They can take advantage of that tremendous amount of equipment, skill andcare employed by Goodyear to build tires of extraordinary worth in the 30 x 3- 30 x 3!2 and 31 x -, 4-in- ch sizes. Hi'-- : If"! 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Casac- HI A0 1 XX -- ings and tubes of all sizes It will Tire cessories, etc. pay you in many ways to t ake advantage of our SERVICE. f mm THE BUCHANAN - LYON COMPANY. UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands I also keep Metallic J. F. a lull atock of coffins, caskets, and robes Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses.' We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. . Residence Phone, 29. TRIPtETT, Office Phone, 168 Columbia, Ky Farmers in this community Mr. Willis Loy is having some are very busy pi anting corn. improvements made on his house, Mr. Frank Strange, of this place, has in a new switch- which adds greatly to the apboard, his daughter, Miss Elda, pearance of it. being the operator. There has been a call bell there for several Joppa. years, in her care. She has faithfully and readily performed Mr. Mark Willin is planning her duty and is doing the same to go west soon. His many hv fho QwirMinnr1 "PllrJa is friends regret his departure. fine girl and has made many Miss Allie Garnett who taught friends by being always ready, night or day to give connection at Mason is at home for vacation or assist in anyway she could to Mrs. E. G. Flowers and comply with the people's wishes. daughter, Elizabeth, have been Mr. John Jones and wife were quite sick. shopping in Columbia last SatBerry and Jim Garner and urday. Ralph Willis were in Russell The singing at this place, last county last week where they , conducted by went to assist in moving an oil Prof. J. V. Dudley, of Montpe-lie- r, machine which is now in oper ation on E. T. Flowers place. was largely attended, Mr. and Mrs. Otha Miller and Little Miss Mary Farris arid daughter, Clarice, of New- Aubrey, of Coburg, spent two little the lat- - weeks with their grandparents castle. Ind., ter's mother, Mrs. Fannie Wes- Mr. and MrsriHenry Tupman1-ley for a few weeks. Mra. Rollin Powell and Ola Wilkinson, of this daughter JMarjory, who hare Mr. place, left last week, for Illinois. been quite sick have recovered His wife will start Wednesday Mr. and- Mrs. Henry Moore to join him, accompanied by and Mr, and Mrs. John Smith Miss Lucy Kelsey who will visit and families spent the week her sister, Mrs. Annie Hudson. end with Mr: and Mrs. John in this community Young. their light plants. (Several Mr. P. H. Waggener," LouisHelm and little son were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ville, attended services at. Zicm, V. I Willis Loy last Saturday night Sunday. I and Sunday. 'Mr. A. 0; Joungs Fori! "J Mr.Brnest ThomaB andwife arrived a few days- ago. were visiting the latter's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, at Columbia, Saturday. ...... - Sunday-afternoon- g are-visitin- 9 - - .' . - PS$gJj - "" r ffcc ''--'- .' 1 3 ADAIR COUNTY John Jeffries "Fatty" Collins Gradyvllle, NEWS. 4 Stanley Epperson r JNEW AUTOMOBILE COLUMBIA PASSENGER SERVICE CAMPBELLSVILLE 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. Phones: Give Us a Trial, We Guarante Satisfaction. Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. Shorthorn Cattle - - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Chester White HogS - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep Thoroughbred and Grade s Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manager' ' Cane Valley, Kentucky. .... are having delightful weather this week. Strawberries and May cherries are on the market. There has been several acres of tobacco transplanted in this section. N. F. Smith and family spent last Sunday in Columbia. G. T. Flowers and wife, of Columbia, on their return from a a visit with relatives at Red Lick, stopped over for dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers, of our ciiy, last Friday. Mrs. J. L. Dudley was on the sick list a day or so of last week. We had plenty of candidates for Congress fronf Jhe Eighth District with us last week. Mr. W. P. Flowers, one of our best citizens, has been on the sick listfor several weeks frith a complication of troubles. Mr. L. 8. Cam bought, last week, of C. C. Hindman, of the Mill town section, a nice bunch of young black- - cattle, for July delivery at 7c per lb. We Mr. J. H. Burress, the well Sanders r & Hendrickson's Music Store - k cl 125." We now have a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of the following excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a full line of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the follow- - "METEOR MOnEL, ing makes: EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line SHEET and ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. Hjp III known produce man of this part of the country, bought a large amount of wool here last week at 50c per lb. mPP99,9,?,P, OUR NEW one of Big Creek's best farmers and busi C. M. Hindman, STORE ness men, was in our midst last Friday, and reported thefarmera getting along nicely planting corn, and preparing ground for See our complete Instrument Display in the NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK on Corner Columbia and Main Streets. . transplanting tobacco. Phone or 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. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatty improved facilities, we can serve you better than nver in your need for , Oscar Bradshaw and brother, of Columbia, have been in our midst for several weeks, buying stave timber, delivered at this place. They are both fine judges of timber and they are having a good business Mr. 84 h-- re write us your wants. SANDERS & HENDRICKS0N MUSIC STORE Campbellsville, Kentucky. WALL PAPER, . RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS LINOLEUM and & Messrs. Ray Flowers and Fred Myern, of Columbia, were in this community last week, in the interest of the J. B. Colt Lighting plant. We understand they had 88 a good business. We will say BIG AUCTION SALE The Best Farm in Marion County Hubbuch Bros. Weliendorff w V INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street One of the Best Stores of Louisville, .9KKKK ooH.ett: Ky t if a s iiiir it rati liH-,pl- ,u s SxS "lai MACHINES" With a Tone as jich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other ma- chines selling at the same price and uu will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workmanship and construction. v ,. Columbia, EL YOUrTGr, Kenhickv. "JEWELER" 4fe here, that if anyone has the plant installed in their home, and after using it awhile, they would not have it removed for double the cost of installing the plant. They are certainly giv-insatisfaction here. We were very agreeably surprised one day last week to shake the hand of our old friend and neighbor Mr. Vando Leftwich who left us a number of yearj ago for the Lone Star State anvd located at Tioga, Texas, where he has made good like a great many other Kentucky boys. Mr. Leftwich was called to Ed monton to see his brother, who is in a very critical condition. He was accompanied by his sister, Mrs. L. T. Kemp, of the same place. They report Texas a fine country and that all Kentuckians who are located in that section are getting along finely, with plenty of this world's goods laid up for a rainy day. The wheat in this section is looking rather badly. g 268 ACRES Subdivided into Baby Farms and Larger Tracts, Saturday June 19th, 10 o'clock. Just out aide the City limits of Lebanon, on St. Mary's Pike. A ''HIGH CLASS" Farm in every particular with "A No. 1" improvements. For 40 years the "Home" and "Stock Farm" of the late W. C. Rogers, 'former president of the Marion National Bank, who took a pride in making it the pretttiest place and the most attractive and desir-bl-e home and farm in the County. v Any written description will not do it a justice. You must see it to appreciate it. The farm will appeal to tee man, the dwelling and. surronndings will appeal to the wife. Both will be satisfied. 2 SETS OF IIvlPROVEMENES: 9 room metal roof dwelling. 2 hails, 3 porches, 1 sun porch, pantry and built in refrigerator. Bath room with handsome fixtures. City water works in dwelling with hydrants in yard, garden, fields, lots and barns. Cistern, wells, springs and ponds. Beautiful yard with fruit and shade trees; concrete walks, attractive shaded avenue and drive from pike to yard; 3 room servants house in yard; 4 room tenant house, large stock barn, cribs, implesmoke house with cellar. All necessary out buildings several separate stables. New 5 room dwelling with large stock and tobacco barn. ments sheds, Land is level, fertile and gendy rolling. Divided into convenient fields and lots and the best of fences. kept in a high state of cultivation and is ready right now to plow and produce the maxiThis farm mum of crops. A corn, wheat and tobacco farm. SjjLong'frontage on 2 pikes, susceptible of advantageous division into a number of tracts. Has been subdivided so thejpurceaser may secure just the number of acres desired. Can sell you 20 acres with main improvements or'increase she acreage to 50 acres, up to 100 acres or 150 acres or more. Remember WF SELL TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. We will sell a number of 3--5 and 10 acre tracts with fine Building Sites on the pike, just at edge of Gty limits, also several "Baby Farms" at the intersection of the 2 pikes, 30 to 40 acres, or more, with second set of improvements. AFout 68 acres in corn tobacco and cow peas; 200 acres in meadow and grass, a lot of the land has not been plowedlfor years. THIS ISIAtTRACTOR FARM. A country home with all the convenieces of the City of Lebanon, one of tee very best towns on the main line of the L. & N. R. R. A flourishing, growing town, spleat did business houses, good street, concrete pavements, Hotels, modern homes; fine tobacco market, loose leaf warehouses; fine Banking facilities, progressive citizens, Churches of ail denominations, splendid schools, its new Graded and High School building is magnificent. Now is the time to invest in real estate. The man who buys this lasd June 19th, is sure to be able to sell at a profit. Lannd hunger is still unsatisfied and values will increase. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" the purchasers name the price. Every bid a bona fide bid. has-be- en First cherries brought in last A nots from Mr. Tyler Murrell says: The Kemper Co. Jeffries Hotel, bay Just a few lines to say I would like to and sell Oil and Gas leases. 25-- tf have my paper sent to my new adThe farmers of Adair county stirred dress, as I have had it coming for some years I don't like to be with- the ground last week, and at this er 'i our paper. We are having- - some time everything in th.9 ground is in very nice weather. I am sending my fairly good shape.' The wheat is best wishes ,to all of my folks and to about the only cereal that Indicates a Vl'in j ry:umunlty. In facr to all of slin-n- v Te time for haryearir rJ-j- week our Oil ILrniut;!. Irieiid;. cm crop will ba here ma few days were sold at 60 cents per gallon. The next man disposed Jof his lot at 50 cents, and the third man sold at 40 cents. The crop is large and they will evidently sell for lesi than 40 cents this ween:. Ten gallons of cherries after they are seeded will matte about six pounds of preserves. The amount of sugar to be used, at the present price, will make your pre ' serves cost about 31 5) per pound. at rnysiles. Pqstively no w easy terms. In fact most any sort of terms you want. Possession at once or any time to Will be sold on January 1, 1921. Everybody come. If you are not a buyer come anyway. Lidies especially invited. Brass Band. Dinner. Money and presents given away. Hear Bolivar Bond, the sliver tongued auctioneer. R. H. Deyer will be at the farm all the week. Call W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at our offices m Danville or Raines and Thomgs, local representatives at Lebanon. by-bids -- v- SWINEBROAD, the Real Estate Mari of Lancaster, Ky., Sales. Manager C