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These, you ktjdw, would be most inceremony, but up to this time no pubSwlnebroad for one of the catalogues. e lic mention has here of Gern P. W. Hardin Writes an Old teresting to a bo. I was a little boy Oil men from many different secMr "V H. Wilson, who was the Swinebroad is known as the 'Sale" again at the old brick Seminary on tions are continuing to pour into pur the union. The groom Is a very in- proprietor of.the Campbellsville Ho- Wizard." Every ode likes to transact Friend, Telling of His Love the hill, my first school da ys, where I midst, and it is confidently predicted dustrious and popular young man, and tel for several years, making it a home real estate business with him and his played hookeyv 'and the older boys for His Old Home Town is a favorite of his former associates the time is not far distant when for the people of Adair and adjoining assistants, W. E. Moss and, R. H. DaBull-Peand where no boy was rein his old home county. At present will be a real oil center. I counties, will again embark in the ho ve r. garded as respectable who did not get T2dItor News: he is a traveling salesman, out of cannot hope, however, under existing tel business in said city. He has Paid List. The letter given below was re- at least one licking a week. conditions to see many families locate Cincinnati. rented the Dr. Reesor residence, on saw the flowing beard and mobile I ceived a few days ago from Gen. P. W. The bride is a daughter of M rs Main in our midst, owing to the fact there The following are naw nafd Qiihirih street, which is conveniently lo face of that wonderful genius, old Mary Bolt, and is one of Ashland's Hardin. While addressed to me, 11 is ers and renewals since our Issue of last are no houses available for the influx. cated for the traveling public. He a message as well to his old friends Kern Owens, who was a friend to the Dr. Frank D most accomplished young ladies. Tuesday. HInes, the big oil op will cater to the commercial trade, boys, and interested us with his de here on this side of the river, and a R. M. Armstrong, J D Holladay, erator from Denver, Colo., who spent The couple wilt visit in Adair county furnishing the best of accommodaloving remembrance of those! who have lightful stories, and the sweetest old sometime in August, and upon their, A. W McGownd, Mrs. A. G. Willis several days here recently, returned tions, the building having all modern passed over to the other side. Beau- time music on his fiddle. But why rehome one day last week. The doctor arrival they will be given a most cor- conveniences, and the table, at all R K. Young, Sarah G. Bird. dial greeting. tiful in diction and even more beauti- peat? My dream was a review of my talked very encouragingly To Contractors. regarding times will be supplied with the best boyhood life, flooded with names and ful in the sentiment expressed, and the development work" outlined for This Wednesday afternoon at 4 the country aflords. Rates will be coming from the heart of an old time faces and incidents long since forgot this section by his company, and he o'clock, the signors for the Chautau- very reasonable. The hotel will be The Trustees of the Columbia Grad townsman, whose warm thoughts, as ten. I well remember theN chapter on stated before leaving that it was his qua are urgently requested to meet at refurnished, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson hav- ed School will receive bids on a he sits in the shadows of evening, are dreams in Haven's Mental Philosophy. intention to and ceiling for the school buildreturn here within the the Bank- of Columbia. There Is ing gone to Louisville and purchased wHfpH raae a fort hnnl. oK m.i. aa1U... turned to his boyhood home and boying at this place, on Saturday, June some very Important business to be new furniture. Strange, straDge indeed and hard to next ninety days. hood friends, I can not place it away 19,' at 12 o'clock. McMead Oil Company has presented and the meeting of the The For sp3cIfication3 As a hotel man Mr. Wilson is known in my desk as an ordinary letter. I believe. Why and what is this dream drilled in well No. 2 on to the people of Adair county and al- see J F. Patteson. the Campbell signors is very important. this subconscious self have wondered what there is in what of mine, Bros, farm at Creelsboro at a depth so the adjoining counties, He was y that never forgets; this Game Wadren T. I Smith arrested PUBLIC AUCTION. is called telepathy, or thought transof 240 feet, and it is reported to be born and reared in Columbia, and he Thos. Bryant, C. W. of life from the cradle to the grave ? Burress and R. ferase. The reception of this letter has not a doubt but his old home peo S. English Why does the conscious memory forget hgoad for 25 barrels. Capacity of wells last Thursday, charged has brought the subject very much to 250 Barrels of Com. is always a matter of guess work until ple will remember him when occasions with unlawful fishing They were mind A few days ago, about the time the f acesof our boyhood friends and the tbeyare pumped, call them to Campbellsville. but after making minor incidents of life while this sub brought to Court. Bryant and Burthis letter was written, I was engagmore than one personal visit to that On Saturdav Tune 2firh. nn fhp As above stated he will cater-tthe ress confessed and agreed to a fine of ed inconversation with friends, and it conscious memory is an unbroken chain field I feel warranted in saying that transit trade. He will have eight nice 815 00 each. English case was conises of R Bennefct fe happened that we ere discussing the that binds in one continuous whole nn lfnnum nc rooms, and win be open for business our every thought, word, and deed? claims made for the wells TVim Tt'nnn-m- n subject of loyalty to ones old home uiw im yyiouu lawn after the 20th of this month. People tinued to await the action of tlv r,M,., " not over estimated, tsii0L ftuu and friends. I do not remember how Is this not evidence of immortality? t.hav ar nnnriraMvo located one mile southwest of who want day board, or stop in Camp- grand jury. The conscious memory is for time, and I the conversation came about, but in on Wednesday 'last the J. E. Carna- - Montpelier, on the Columbia and bellsville for a meal, will easily find Lieut. Smith Gill, of Columbia, is the course of the talk, referring to an the subconscious memory for eterni- han Oil Company, dniiiug on one of the twenty-iw- o boys in the the Jamestown road, I will sell for the the location "incident occurring in the life of Wat ty. I believe that this life is hut the Flowers farm near Zion's graduating clase of 1920 of the College Church, high dollar two hundred and fifty Hardin and myself, I remarked, "Wat training ground for a life beyond, and four miles southeast, nf Pnlnmhin t , '. of Agriculture of the University of . . For Sale. ' Barrels or good corn This corn has always been loyal to his boyhood the conscious memory must be for life Kentucky. Young Gill made a good struck a fine flow of oil at 200 feet in will be soldin lots of 5 to 25 barfriends, and has carried a warm place, In the flesh and the subconscious depth record and finished with excellent one foot in the sand Opand We have calk for Columbia properin his heart for his old town and memory for the soul in eternity relsSale begins promptly at 10 grades. Besides the twenty-tw- o My dear Herschel, don't consider erations were suspended awaiting the ty, and we can sell at good prices. county. " Isn't it strange that at the graduates in agriculture seventeen arrival of field manager Whitis, so no o'clock. Terms made known on We offer some of the BEST Life Intime of this conversation here in Co- this unexpected letter as evidence of estimate is ventured girls received diplomas in home eco at this time as day of sale. sensility or old age, hut as an expreslumbia, Wat over at his home in surance contracts written by any Com- nomics. to the capacity of the,, well. This is Ray P. Caldwell. Richmond, Virginia, was putting into sion of my botfiood loves, and memopany. NOW is a goodjtime to buy. the first real drilling near Columbia Born, to Dk and Mrs. C. M. MurColumbia, Ky. words this beautiful realistic dream ries, and a review of- - life as I see it for years past, although this territory Farms in Adair county for sale. reil, of Mathersville, 111., a son. Col. J. S, Breeding, Auctionee. which is given in the letter, and es through the mists of the passing has always been considered by well We solicit your patronage. years. I am In my usual good health Weight, 8 pounds. Both mother and pecially so, when it is stated, that 34-- 2 posted oil men and practical geologists The Kemper Co. baby doing nicely. 'Baby's name, while we have been life long friends and truly enjoy life, and at the last Mr J. W. Reece, a prominent farmroll call the pain of parting with to be underlaid by some fine oil pools, Office; Jeffries Hotel. Charles Milton Murreil. Jr., and he we have not met for more than twenfriends here Is more than compensat- and the finding of one in that locality er of the Breeding section, was in Coarrived a,6 the home' June 1920. ty years, and no message has passed is not a surprise by any means; in lumbia Jast Thursday. We approachThe signors for the Chautauqua are between us until his letter broke the ed by tht hope of meeting with the fact, The children of the iodist7$8! it was expected, and this is but ed him m the condition of crops. He urged to meet in the Bank of Columlong silence, telling of the love and many who have crossed the great dithe beginning tf what is expected to said: "We will not harvest as much bia, this Wednesday afternfion, at 4 Church entertained last Sunday even loyalty for which I gave him credit in vide ing and in the forenoon they greeted ' wheat this season as we did last, but o'clock If there are any boyhood and school- fouow all through this section. my conversation a large audience at the Christian Mr. B. C Clayton, an oil man of San it is heading nicely and the crop is Was it a coincidence? Did it just mate friends living in old Adair, preMrs. Geo. W, Staples is in St. An- Ohurch. The singing and recitations Antonio, Texas, who claims the dis- good. Com is looUing fine. The happen that way, or is there some sent them with my compliments, my tinction of being one of the first to farmers in my locality have'kept busy. thony Hospital, Louisville. For some were beautiful aud the o'd as well 33 mysterious medium of connection be- love and best wishes. drill a well in the famous Beaumont It is clean and growing finely. We time an eye tooth has been giving her the yaung were highly delighted. Sincerely your old boyhood friend, tween mind and mind a spirtual field in Texas, spent a few days In our will have plenty of peaohes. and there a great deal of trouble, and she went Sam Shreve, who is working timber Wat HakdiN sense which has not been revealed to to Louisville to consult a dental midst last week. Mr Clayton was was au abundant cherry crop " in the Breeding locality, got rnVright us by which without 'our conscious It was decided that the tooth hand badly not here long enough to get in comFor Sale. mashed last Friday. He knowledge, we are broaght in touch had unnaturally grojwn and that It Removed. plete touch with our local situation, was loading a truck and his hand got though absent from 'each other in would have to be removed. It could but he was very much impressed with body? net be reached with a forcep in the caught between the frame of the maAs Administrator of the estate of the possibilities ior production here '. I have removed my tin shop to the chine and a tree. H. C Baker. the late Ned Murray, 1 offer for sale Mr. W. F Coast, one of the reliable brick building above the residence ofj ordinarv way, the surgeon 'having to Goodyear clincher tires ready to dehis late residence and 7i acres of laud. and competent eastern operators, who Dr. John N Murreil I have on hand cut from the outside until the tooth was reached. It was removed, and liver maximum mileage, and informaIs on the Campbellsville pike two has made several It Richmond, Va , June 3rd, 1920. visits to this section, roofing, guttering and all other maMrs. Staples writes that she Is getting tion thaG will assure it, are ready for milea from Columbia. This property was here again last week in'the Judge Herschel Baker, inter terial used In a tin shop X also do alohg'ail right aud will be at' home in the wise tire user Sold by Buchanan is to be sold privately. Call on ,the ests of prominent oil people of Olean, plumbing and repair radiators. AH Columbia, Kentucky. Lyon Co. undersigned. My Dear Herschel. New York, and before leaving he gave work guaranteed: shop phone No. 31; short time She has arrived home. wit t Golan Butler, Admr 1 had a curious dream last night, out the information that he and his residence, '24. . The Graded school building is to Scores of inspections are made on ' v Edwin Cravens. people are so confident this territory 34-r f and have not seen you nor heard from undergo some very necessary repairs. each tire during th is process .'of conBuy Yfltir TicKet. will prove to be such a paying field ilongtime, and Mr.andMre W. T. Ocjey , of Louis The old roof is to be taken off down struction so that the car owner will be they are arranging to spend a consld-erabl- e know not who has passed away, I am ville, were here Wednesday night, to the walls and an additional room assured of the maximum mileage sersum of money on. development writing to you as one of my old boyRemember that .the Chautauqua leaving Thursday morning for Burkes-vill- e built and much other needed work. vice. Sold by Buchanan Lyon Co. work at an early date. hood friends. will open1' here July 9 The tcket Mr. Otlevis in the service of This improvement is to be completed There will, be held in Louisville Late authentic and reliable reports We call it a dream, but to"ie it sellers will pass ovor the community the government and is stationed at by the first of September. It was from June 15 to 17 inclusive, a confrom the home office of the .Company was a living reality. I wasc,ih dea"r and there should be no hesitancy Camp Taylor. Hisalary is $3,000 per either to make this improvement on in vention ofState( Road engineers, as , and other sow ces, are to the effect old Columbia and a school bo'y- again ' buying season tickets. Buy for youryear. He informed The News when the old building or build a new struc- well as tha.Keutqcky Highway Asso-- v I saw your kindly face and a score of' self and influence, jothers to do like that, well No 2 of ti.e McMead Oil heieffi the employ of the government ture. Repairing of the present-buildinciation. County .Judges, members of fc Company,. on Campbell Bros, farm, others, young and buoyant, and" not wise. A Chautauqua is educational will make it much'ctieaper for the he would go to Jackson, Ky., aud open Fiscal Courts are expected. ' withered, wrinkled, gray or balp; old and the time spent at one is well put Creelsboro, brought in a few days a law office'' tax payers. Mr. Wood Judd, of- Cane Valleyif men, but real moving boys again, with in. Talented men will be here to lec- since, is simply a wonder. Oil is re ported gushing forth in such quanti with &crew of hands, are now. busy,; the same mischievous' twinkle in1 their ture, and the "musicians will be the Prof J. R. Sterrett, who was prinWearennformed by a me'mber t)f up the frame work fotthe ties that at times1 it spouts several eye and their faces aglow with trie most skilled on the road. cipal of the city schools, Lebanon, for putting the municipal! board, .that an ordiaddition to the Buchanan Lyon Com. . . r&tfi'h the'alr. The dhUng rig haa rl exnuDetance or youth, and expressions " nance was passed the first Monday eleven years, jas. tendered his resig- pany's wholesale house. beefu' moved to "another locatlhn on of a comradeship unknown to age. 1 Ky., Mr. C S. Hariris who Is here from night in this month" to build concrete nation and wijl,gqf to Franklin, Born, to the wife of W. D. Jones,--, the same lease- - 'and work is being could not detail in a volume the his home, to fill a similar position at a -- salary of walks to the Lindse?-Wilson School WestTEint, Miss:, speaks DUshwd on thjs cljy, June 14ch, a daughter-Moth- er wll T8Vw 3 names, faces, scenes, incidents, etc , inglorvingtermsbf buildings. The board takes until $2 750 per year P,rof. Sterret's wife and infant doing, well. the future prosMrG. A. Roy. President of the July 1, 1921, t Mabel- - Rhorer. before her that came in panoramic review before perity of thac State Lfie the walks; but was Miss tobuild' thinks that Roy 'PetroleuarCompaq,., my subconscious vision. The old marriage' and she,was born" and reared Carl .Wilson, who nadly shot himCovingtpu,. Lit is the intention, to the Delta sectlp.bj?fTJtibAt.Stata is the $utf down the , Valley last W. Goggin, YJce President &, Dr JV Grannie, Fathers, Mothers, and garden spot of in Columbia She;ia-a-' niece rof Mr. self accidentally one on this side before school opens the South. The Adair week, is rapidly iofprovlng.- - we are-glathe Beacon OH 'Syndicate, Chicago, black mammies, long since passed county M. Cravens. colony who. resides near West to report. It Is how believed and. Mr.-- Flojd Alien, representing the away, and the girls, God bless them, 'i Chat his foot will not have to be amSmall-po1n a light form, made Point is doing' wdU'and enjoying gopd Sale. Allen interests, of .Alleatowp., New nature was the artist who paiuted health. Besides putated Its. appearance: on burton's ridge, H carrying on a farm, York, were among .. the week end their checks with a bloom seven miles from Columbia, about ten buying and selling farms',' Mr. Harris 5 milk cows and calves. Strlcrjyj The indications point to the begin- - . in town. All of these gentle- the rose, aud they needed do appeal to is in the days ago. There were only two or estate busioess PeoDle men are very gooa Ones. nlng of the Grady ville pike, the worlc k much Interested in deve) Dame Fashion to make them beauti- are three. patients and they are improvconstantly Visiting h'is Section of to start at an early day. The Fiscal R. B. Logan, Cane Valley opment In this territory, 'and they ful. Cbiirt advertisers for contractors. ing An epidemic is not expected. the State, looking for home s . tJ predict that the time is not far dis- I saw every room, street, building iis See the New Catalogue. The dat for the Chautauqua isthe Some families in town-ha- ve been ' it was, and heard thecclai)g of the an-- " Buchanan LjonCompany are IntrtH 9th of June Advertisements not yet .'.productive oil field In this sectioned Tils in the shops of Uncle BIHy Walker duclng the Ford Tractor in . eating new potatoes, and iltsi Jessie Swlnebroad, The Rea.1 Estate Man, up. and Qo matter sent to The News' ' ", .White served new beans from he"r Tilford Price, and Bob Eubank, county- They sold last week one each i of Lancaster, has v gotten out an at Married ai Ashland. very latest placed upon the Tuesday. The indlca-tlon- s The gardens last. and saw their rugged and manly to R A. Hutchison and A B. Corbin. j tractive catalogue of a number of block here Were drill sites, in Texas, point to plenty of garden truck. faces just as they were when I When other farmers see how rapidly Auction Sales of land, which, ha will bat all the suckers had been hooked; was a boy. I saw again the three-da- y M Arthur Todd, son of Mrs. Scott they turn the ground, more machines . aS fli.1.1. a ' nrr. a nnfytr nn place on the market this . mouthy It iw KPina-ki ' ' elections with their fisfrflghts, and will be sold. The work they do and LTodd. who, lives near, Columbia.,, was FORSAL- -- NICa young cow"ad: ' ' :. .: . . handa was badlv burned b also contains a deecr.jptipn .of about Calf. ."IT nnnnf hla Fred.DaTis. the lack mammies with baskets of the amount of labor theF stye,' sella "mirried to Bolt, Ashland, thfrr. faniis'he'hai for sa' privately - ;. ." . ' -- g i iu w,n ...' , Aprt2o-jBviu- r, .. .. bro-ne- sr. -' -ft . ilinjrer ckw. . ", and the machines ivv jui. nisuOrxtaw. I uUOli-- , newad" t lis . Any oiwiraiiTlna u bu ,bs.1'r-n- n ""Oil ' ? ;.-kL. - tek.r ;u.i rhl&?nriO;ii,c-ma- ji J ATklBUTEOF LOVE. " been-madia n, sweetest new-roo- f - photo-galler- o hr m 7 sur-geo- n. ! 34-2- 2t dwrold-Columbia'for-- a - - g - itr . ... -- at-Ca- x, fr out-rivalin- g ar-riva- ls i i re-t- l , -- -- . V VX - a Miss-Myrti- e . '. ; '. aiect,riun.y-MWij3in!ii.iL- .- r. i , &-V J- - if 1- - $? ' :.v: t9 f , n 4, ADAIR COUNTY NEWS : r ' EVERYTHING IN rimirrir V V Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood COOFINCl and American Fence. Stael Fence Posts AND WALKING 1 have a big Lot of CULTIVATORS RIDING DEfiLER BROS. Incornoraied 16 CO- - at Special Prices. aalliakel Mreei- - Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. I AUTOMOBILE, LINE 8 Disc Harrows, Pulverizers I I Columbia and Gampbellsvllle TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 8 Smoothing Harrows TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. $& ' Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and B 8 1 p. m. t Anyone Wanting a SAMSON TRACTOR for Fall Plowing, Place your Order Now. , phones- :- SS;ife3 W. E. NOE. JQ&O8G80$33&C38Q8Ol I noki 2eKa Shop Colun 'bia Barber BUGGIES AND WAGONS. 'have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Rid3LOY & A !3 LOWE X 5K Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed. Givelus a Trial and be Convinced. X 6 ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. Eor Sale by Paull Drug Co. Dunnville. A. F. SCOTT ON LEWI GRJEEISSBURG, KENTUCKY. She has on her Sunday clothes. It looks awfully good to me. We live in town, but we' have as Carrollton,?June 5th, '20. good neighbors as we ever had. Mr. Editor: As it has been some time since Lots of good people here in I had a long talk with I tried to write any thing for publication, if you will allow me a one Mr. Huddleston. He is a little space, I will try to write a brother of Mr. 'Billie Phelps' few lines. We are having lots first wife. He and his brother, of rain and the bigger part of Dave, came to Missouri about the corn crop will be late, while the close of the war. One of I see some fields of corn up look- our neighbors, a Mr. Cayton, ing fine. Oats are doing fine came here from Boone Co., Ky.. and a Mr. Staton, whose parents 'and wheat is looking good. never saw a better prospect for came from Cumberland river, a big crop of hay, lots apples, who died a short time ago, lived peaches, plums, cherries, grapes next house west of us. A fine old s, man, and there are lots of and all other small fruits. here. Jones'live in and while some of them are late, are looking fine. Plenty close around Carrollton. Mrs. worfc for all that want to work. Bell Snow, of Bates Co., Mo., is was 64 years old the 8th day visiting her sister, Mrs. Susie of last April. Work every day! Carter, at this place. What has -t- hat's fit to work, and I havn't become of my old friend, Melvin worked a day for less than $3.50. White, Hope he is still living . My three boys and myself are and enjoying Would working for the same man. We like to see him and talk to him .work out in the country on the about 3 days and nights, and farm. He furnishes us a Ford there is R. W. Hurt', at Gadber-rI would be about as glad to car to come in. One of the farms is one mile north of town. The see as I would a brother, and I other 7 miles jnorthwest. We havn't met with but one of them just work 10 hours. It takes for several years. Sister, Mary Strange, was to see us a few about twenty minutes to go to weeks ago. Was sure glad to the place out northwest. I wish see her. How is the high cost some of my Adair county friends of living serving you all. I like - were out here about now to look it fine. Hope it will stay high,' ground over old Carroll county. but the kickers will kick in spite From Missouri. Car-rollto- n. of faith. The farmers are get ting better prices than they have for fifty years. Yet they are doing more kicking than any other class of people. I hope we will get another man just like Wilson for President. William J. Bryan will name the next Democratic candidate for President and I think he will make a wise selection. Good luck to you all. J. T. Taylor. ' Knifley. Gar-den- Ken-tuckia- ns I good-health- y. Hancock, of this place, while equalizing spokes at the spoke factory at this place, got his hand caught in the saw, nearly severing three of his fingers from his hand. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jackson. Misses Olive and Dorothy Spurling, of Campbellsville, visited at Mr. L..R, Chelf's, of this place, last week. v The work on the new bank at this place, is progressing rapidly. The brick-layehave nearly finished the outside of, the building at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Sanders spent last Sunday with the letter's brother, Mr. Walter Arnold. Mr. Robert Arnold and wife, Billrs Mr. The farmers in this section of the country took advantage of DEALER IN the few days of dry weather. Bro. Gwinn filled his usual ap- 1 GARFORD TRUCKS pointment, at this place, Satur11, 2, 3h, AND 5 TON day and Sunday. For Low Cost per Ton, Mile! Mr. Joe Henson, SEE left this place for California, for A. F. SCOTT, the benefit of his health. of Columbia, visited Mr. Wnifor Casey Creek, Ky. Mrs. William Wheat, of Ak Arnold and family, last Sunday. ron, Ohio, who has been visiting Goebel and Ben Wheeler and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. sisters, Lillie Harden and Bessie CabelJ, returned home last SatAbsher attended decoration ser- urday. HENRY W. DEPP, vices at Jones Chapel last SunMr. Claud Cabell, who has day. DENTIST been employed by the Pa., R. R. A sad accident happened at Co., at Pittsburg, as Flagman, Am permanentlySJocated in Roley, Tuesday, the 1st day of has returned home for a few June. Mr. Henry Roberts and weeks Columbia. little daughter attempted to All Classes of Dental Work Done. Mias Nannie Bet Ruberts, who cross the creek when it was high, has been sick Crownadge and Inlay Work a for some time, is with a wagon and- team, the slowly improving. Specialty; waters carried the team down. There is quite an excitement All Work Guaranteed drowning the team and the little over the drilling for oil on Mr. Office: next door to post office. girl. Mr. Roberts barely escpaed Rectpr's farm. oeing arownea. Mrs. Nettie Riggins, of Mr. Lem Jackson is moving is visiting her sister, the tobacco growers are glad so his mill to the second set of Mr3. R. D. Williams, of this they can get through setting tolumber on John Arnold's land. bacco. There isn't very much Lloyd Corbin, a son of Frank place, a. Corbin, is very sick at this r tobacco raised arpund here. If any of my friends see this Sellersburg, Ind. in print, I would be glad to hear In North Carolina the peach from them. Dear Edi tor and Readers: crop will be short in the Western I will close, giving my best We landed here Dec. 27, 1919. Piedmont and some of the mounwishes to the News and its readWe like Indiana fine. We have tain counties. ers. good roads and schools here. Ruth Montgomery. We have had a late spring K&W this time; The farmers are very Most fungous diseases, such as busy trying to get their corn celery rust and potato blight, MOHey BACK Witfiout quesbooif Hunt' Salfa planted. rtfls lathe treatmentof Eczema. may be held in check by sprayTetter. Ringworm, Itch, etc. Don't become diicouraged beWheat and oats look good; but cause other treatments failed. ing with Bordeaux mixture: Hunt'a Salro hat relieved nun. here isn't a full oro p of wheat dreda of nch case. You caa'ft Four pounds copper sulphate, lose on oar Money Back this time. The farmers can't Cmarantee. Try It at oar risk nynx. rnco 75c it four pounds lime, fifty , gallons find anyone to help them. by Paull Drug Company. Sold It has been raining. I gues3 water. ex-soldi- er, - , -- 9 Mid-dlebur- g, ECZEMA . ADAIR HOW COBBLER FOOLED DEVIL Good COUNTY NEW in the payment of a grudge. LEARN THE DANGER SIGNAL Story of the Discomfiture of the Enemy of Mankind Told, in Old Chronicle. Nature Always Gives Warning to Those "Below Par," and It Should Be Recognized. ' Why man we made this cigarette for you! f -- Opportunity, they say, knocks y at every man's door, but some people wait for it to walk in. The good book admonishes ua to tell the truth, but it's-mighty dangerous thing to do at times. a , The old story about the moated mound In the parish of Whitchurch, England, called the Twmpath, Is thus related by Capt Harry Lewis In the "Archeojogla Combrensis :" "Once upon a time the devil quarreled with the people of the Khondda, and he determined to destroy them; so, he dug up a spadeful of English earth, and set out to dam the River Taff below Castell Coch. He walked till he reached the foot of Rhubina hill, which is about a mile from the castle, near the old smithy of Eleven St Jenis; and, feeling tired, and the day being hot, he sat down to rest Looking up, he espied a cobbler coming down the hill with a sack on his back. The cobbler had been, as was then the custom, going round the 'Vgjmntryslde collecting shoes t'o be mended, and the sack was full of old shoes that needed soling. 'Good day, said the devil ; how far is it to Castell Coch?' The cobbler was no fool, and recognizing at once with whom 'he had tb deal, guessed that the devil was contemplating some mischief. So he opened his bag, and, displaying the old shoes with soles jfull of holes, answered that he had worn them all out walking from Castell Coch. The devil was too tired to. pursue what he Imagined must be a very long journey, and in disgust threw the spadeful of earth over the hedge; and, as the old man who told me the story said, there Is the mound to prove the truth of the story.''" J Influenza, colds and other scourges due to germs pass by those who are at "par" and find their victims in' those "below par." That expression, used medically, means that your power of resistance Is lowered, the red corpus--cle- s In your blood decrease and your spirits an important factor are "down," says a writer in London Answers. A physician has pointed out thai most of us can quite easily tell when we are below par, and then It is up to us to "tonic" ourselves over the period of depression until the normal health Some folks are continually eat- ing brain food, but you would never suspect it unless they told you. H returns. A smoker below par either does not' smoke or his tobacco gives him but a small proportion of his usual enjoy- HWaS5jyMgAfSy 'Inn, ffv . S , , p Baw, f lM ment SOME FISH OF RECORD SIZE A brain worker below par Is conscious that for some reason or other, he has to overconcentrate himself on his work. Other people get ragged in temper The and with no apparent cause. cause, of course, Is because they are below par. A manual worker finds that his tools "jib" most unaccountably. Others are "off their feed," and neither the contemplation of a meal nor the eating of it gives them any pleasure. Some find that noises usually unnoticed annoy and torture. Others, again, go sleepy and some get a 'touch of Insomnia. There Is no "below par" symptom applicable to everybody, and It is therefore necessary and very wi to find out as one can do by observation our own particular clanger signal, and act accordingly and in time! -' Impulse sometimes leads a person astray, but it is better to act upon it than to hesitate until too late. We editors just naturally keep on preaching economy, but ap- v9gsCT&?-v;23L- i&aam .?Hrt X. J5" a' ! -- 4? $& .,....: ?" xflsssr ass - MLy t Tt ti "Wm.m r I. i?.--- L rtaea &' , r K - AMELS fit your cigarette de-- V sires so completely you'll agree they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and ild-body due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation ! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! mellow-m- parently no one know3 what we mean. j Few people ever reach the goaE of their ambition. There is always' something higher they want. Clothes often attract attention to a man, but it's the scan- 7 a-- Finny Monster Claimed to Have Been Taken Off New Jersey Remarkable Devil Fish. America claims to have caught the largest fish on record an enormous ray harpooned off New Jersey, weighing four tons, and needing six oxen and 22 men to drag It ashore. The battle with the fish lasted nine hours, and It lashed up spray to a height of LAST WORD IN DICTIONARY .. f :?:yS4S QV " "w-wWawii- SVriy., "A7"i-f- f"orva1c TT-v- n VJililP without tiring your' taste. They lsave no unpleasant cigaretty after- - rnt rrr fVi d tiness of them that puts a an in the spolight. wom- Possibly Few Know What It Is, and Really It Is Not of Great Importance. Do you know rNL7Z,&lP A . the last word In the dictionary? in the alphabet, placed in their reover 30 feet. verse order, and it means an "Indian Allowance must be made for some libellulid dragon fly having a large exaggeration, but there are on record head, narrow face and very large other cases where gigantic rays, or eyes." The word Is "zyxomma." This devil fish, have been harpooned. is in the New Standard dictionary. One taken off Jamaica was so big Webster's New International stops that it took 40 men to drag it along one short of this, listing its final word the beach. Even rays caught in Brit- as "zythum," explained as being "a ish waters are sometimes of great size, kind of ancient malt beverage." which like one that was sold in the fish the Standard calls a "very excellent market at Cambridge. It weighed 224 beer that Diodorua. though wholly unpounds, and when cooked and served accustomed to It, affirmed to have been at St John's college was sufficient to scarcely inferior to the juice of the make a meal for 120 persons. grape." A ray 18 feet across and 50 feet Together, then, the two dictionaries, round was trapped In Table bay, while with beer and a dragon fly, make fairoff the Bahama Islands the natives once ly unimportant endings. harpooned a gigantic skate measuring Reading up the column from "zyx-- j something like 1G feet across the flap- omma," one must traverse strange terpers. ritory for a distance of 62 words be-fone reaches "Zuider Zee," the first or rather the last fairly widely Strange Draughts Boards. In the dictionary. BeProbably the most extraordinary known term tween this Dutch sea and the libelludraught board in the world was con- lid fly Is a country, studstructed at St Leonard, England, in ded numerously with such thorny ob1S91. It was made of solid blocks of as "Zygaenidae," "zgnema-ceae- " concrete, three feet thick, and Its sur- structions "zyfiomaillare." and face covered an area of 625 square No wonder you were unacquainted feet A draught board, which at one with the last word In your dictionary. time belonged to Bismarck, is estimat- You are excused. Kansas City Star. ed to have cost more than $90,000. The squares are made of solid gold Most Remarkable Cave. and silver. This draught board was Howes cave' situated 39 miles from by experts to be the most declared A set of Albany, N. Y., probably the most revaluable in existence. draughtsmen, 12 of gold and 12 of markable cavern known, was discovsilver were presented to the prince. ered by Lester Howe, for whom it was In the center of each golden draught named, In 1842. Howe penetrated to i was a beautiful ruby, while inlaid In a distance of 11 to 12 miles, but visithe center of each silver one was a tors do not generally go farther than peerless diamond. A quaint old draught four miles. The cavern was also callboard is still to be seen hanging as a ed the Ostgaragee cave, and Is considered one of the wonders of the consign outside the Chequers inn, Its Interest lies in the tinent The entrance to the cave Is about fact that neither the original painter 50 feet above the valley, and the rock of the sign, nor the landlord of the Inn, was a draughts player. The chambers known as the Reception board has 58 squares, whereas a real room, Washington hall, the Bridal chamber, and the chapel, are succesdraught board contains 64. sively reached. Then the Harlequin tunnel is traversed, and the visitor The Susceptible Cow. passes through Cataract hall, Ghost Two Chicago children were visiting room and Music hall. their grandparents on a farm northeast of Muncie. It was their first exBoiling Steel in Oil. perience of the kind, and they were Cincinnati is one of six places In the interested In eveiything they saw. The world where steel Is strengthened by especially abmilking operation was sorbing. Hitherto their only knowl- being boiled In oil. At a plant in Caredge of the origin of milk wtis that It thage, a steel shaft weighing 30,000 pounds, the largest piece ever subjectcame in bottles from the grocer's. Discussing the milking a liftle later ed to the new method, went through with hi? sister, Arthur, who is seven, the process of being strengthened. It concluded: "But I ain't got much re- was a "hollow bored tumbler shaft" for spect. Helen, for that cow that's as use .in dredging gold In California, costeasy flattered as grandpa's cows are. ing about $17,000. The great shaft was Grandpa calls e:n 'BAs' when they first suspended in an upright furnace ain't boss at all. and that seems to until heated to just below the melting tickle em so they give up all their point. A crane then picked it up and milk, when if they had any sense dropped it Into a huge' well of oil. they'd keep it for their own use." In- where It boiled and sputtered, throwing out clouds Of oily mist. dianapolis rsews. or It begins with the last three letters Tn crpf a linp nn xrhr P.flmp1s win BS!EgHm you so completely compare them . ifJsX&0. ff with any cigarette in Camels are sold everywhere oao tlcrllLToZtZ the world at any price. You'll fer quality to coupons or premiums ! strongly puff-for-pu- Curb your jealousy of the wisdom of the high school graduates. They will know less as they grow older. The eclipse of Carranza should; not go without comment. Hisi whiskers are deserving of at least a paragraph. carton foe the home or office 'tpply or when you travel. recommend this R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N.C. The New Way To Put Iron in the Blood Thehighestmedicalauthoritieshave always taught that iron was the best tonic for the blood and all agree on its value. The trouble Seat medicinaland tonics said to con-is pill3 tain iron are not to be relied upon. So that those who wish to take iron as a medicine may have a reliable source of information this announcement is made. g powers. Acid Iron Mineral may be procured in liquid form at any drug store. It contains no alcohol or injurious drugs and will not blacken the teeth. It has blood-makinrun-dow- 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 medicinal iron, but is found in Nature itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents. The story Quick Results Noted The new way to restore iron to the blood the surest and most dependable of all niethods is through the use of Acid Iron Mineral. This is a natural form of soluble iron it is not prepared artifically by chemists like most semi-dese- rt treatment. been especially noted that pale, puny children, weak, n persons and those enfeebled by age show improvement and exhibit increased strength almost immediately after starting Railroad Bonds, Government Bonds, Industrial and Municipal Bonds Listed and Unlisted Stocks Bought, Sold and Quoted Private Wires to Principal Markets. Our Statistical Files Are at Your Service. USE LONG DISTANCE PHONES: MAIN 1032. CITY 2198 other in political platforms but when real questions are to be determined they are brushed aside as supernumeraries. It is then that the .substantial figure of Bobies Penrose appears at the head of the party table, and writes the Republican declaration of fath. He knows just how much the Republican delegates at Chicago can' stand, and neither is any mongrel horde of 171 men going to say what Penrose's party thinks about anything that is important in the little detail of attracting votes this fall. Elizabeth Town News. non-entites self-determinatx If we can't keep this town in to33 a the limelight in any other waj, might, as a last resort, hat or two into the ring. It may seem paradoxical, but some men thrive upon vice andi are weakened by the vice upon, which they thrive. wants to know what is the American national spcrt. We have two of them politics and profiteering. An athletic friend deny that they are influenced by They only believe in the efficacy of the Ouija board. Some people indignantly Itching diseases can be controlled If you want to arouse tne ire and cause removed by applying Bal- of a gossip, assume an attitude lard's Snow Liniment. The relief is permanent. Three of indifference when she is reprompt. and sizes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle lating the latest piece of scandal. Sold b) Paull Drujr Co be treated with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It Is antiseptic and healSome men never apeak gruffly ing and a' splendid remedy for such, troubles. Three sizes. 30c, 60c and Tney only growl. $120 per bottle. Sold by Paull Every man believes in him- Drug Co self. A few believe in him. Crack at Creation. Cases of oak or ivy poisoning should, George T. Wood & Son INVESTMENT SECURITIES Louisville, Ky. 417 W. Main Street M' Ha 's lomrpiiiee. bore upon it the stamp of cerity and ?ood intent. sin- Peddlers of Parrots.. Novel td the .eye of a stranger visiting Argentina is the parrot peddler, often en m tl streets of the towns, d who carrie his feathered stoek-in-trn- In cages, or sometimes on his iverehed 0A head and shoulders. That country, of course, is 'too far south to have native parrots, and most of the birds are imported from Brazil. Argentina means "silvery," or "Land Its principal river, and of , Sliver." one of the greatest In tile world, Is called the River of Silver, "plata," being another word for the same metal. The names thus bestowed owe their origin to the fact that early explorers along the Rio de laPlata fouud mnch Puzzle for Archeologists. Archeologists are puzzled by the prehistoric carving of a lion near Vera Cruz. Efforts have been'raade to trace the origin of tills little known relic of America, but have thus far proved futile. The similarity to the African lion rather than the moun taiu Hon of this hemisphere has added to the mystery. pre-hfstbr- ic Ingenious Way to Save Gas. ' A woman's Invention to save fflf' A'U ' sn Uvor in ," loVli-- by th rlSftrltiWbs 'firnnmrnt ii I,WI" Ld-ue- r. the ga" range makes the weight of pot or kettle on the burner throw open a valve which allows the gas to burn full, force, while with the removal of that weight the valve closes' to a point where-- k cuts "T all thi iwrn oq nrnoirmt.hjin'ly sufficient to support gas at n' Pile- - Vsfc? 1 troversial queslions may arise in the present campaign are very carefully, omitted from the scope of the committee's recConvention. The3e Natl'nb. ommendations. "Liquor." the Noi all people are endowed n men wert to e irura every Nations and Mexico,' wit., orains. A lew nave only of tue'e aritry; ihey were 5v a report of thb meeting,- c uiiffioir sense. , n . to represent ever , sibjects 'tft . ' "are 'i ng to thought; in short Don't worry over the passing i'i - nut or" consideration ,for the a u i.u ueau -. x inmu aim ' puuiui ul cue of the soap box orator. We still the conference ,load- prfnt-by ent within the para in the u have the btx. of framing a platform based' up- ers." It is quite unnecessary to re country's needs Tbc Of course, 171 men may on the mind the average pretty gir.1 of novel plan " attracted ' n nrat rattle around in their , seats, her1 beauty. She knows it. wiia and talk about the tariff, "the deal of attention, is one time - when . pro rule of tne people,"1 efficient 'ever mavhave" tepn k ("i fl "tc a score A "..-tU' 'S5 adminitnion'' sec-tioe'of energetic Chairman of the' Republican National Committee introduced a new idea in politics when he selected a committee of 171 of the leading men o' affairs in the country to uggest the platform to be adopted at 'the Republican The The committee had a mpetino; m Washington a few dava ar'. and submitted the results of its deliberations, and we find, to our surprise, that the onlv con- The injury to the fruit crop in. Some men can make money Missouri by late frosts and unwomen can spend it. All favorable condition appear less Give the devil his dues always than as first reported. but don't let hinu grab yours. The peach crop of North CarSojie men live by their wits, olina will be good with apples while nianyive upon the wits of fair to good. Pears are suffering others. from blsjjht world owes every man a The living, but by some it is considered a bad debt. Prop tew Vto.BoursonPaullryReraedy- - - ee-hi-- : rc-vv-aa u.. '1 -- Jjf?C chick ir1dplp A few drop in the drinking water cures fl 131?CJ asd crevenu white VxjlXjTjiiSI diarrhoea, cholera, iadigeoa asdC orher chick diseases. Use daily to prevent disease and save your cMcVt-Smsize 60 cesrts, balf-pi$1.00, pise 51 Si. At druggists, or seat br mail upon receipt ot price. dnwn jPYTl?FE' f vUK sll . , , Uourbon Remedy Co. Bat-- tczioxtaa. Xt--' SoWJbythe Jeffries Hardware Store D j-.- a 1 -- -- " b"80 Hm you have reason to think your child Is suffering from worms, take tm sate course use White's Cream Vermifuge, Worms can not resist its expelling influence,' Price, 35c. If -- - Sold-b- y Jaull Drag Co. - . f r Adair Goajity -- 'f r j , . v fc ' - THE ADAIR CCbnTX NEWS i been in session. The Louisville PERSONALS. Herald correctly says the PresiPublished ,u Wednesday.. dent "charged the Congress not Messrs. John Ross and Robert Milonly wasting time, not only with fU Golanv6ia. Kentucky- ler, Creelsboro, were here a few days incompency, but with playing and very sensibly ago. Editor politics;" J E.MURRELL, adds, we do not propose to Mr. John Pickett was here from 1?S. DAISY HAM LETT, - - - Mgr Campbellsville, a few days ago. rush to its defense at this time." Mr. M. D. Boone, wife, daughter Deaocntlencwnwperderotcd to the Intereit This Congress has proved itself and twin baby boys arrived from the City of Colombia sad tha ptopl of Adair the most expensive and the most Louisville last week. They will be in tod yMfflning conntlea. perhaps; worthless in the county practically all summer., proved itself Mr. R. C. Pnlliam and Mr. Ed Shiryears. It has as second Entered attiie Columba' either incompetent or unwilling ley, of East Fork, made a business ' lass taail matter, to do anything for the benefit of trip to Columbia last Wednesday. the people. Vith a Republican Mr. and Mrs. Porter A. Strange, of 16, 1920. majqrity in both Houses, it has Frederick, Okla., arrived the first of WED. JUNE. last week. They will remain perhaps failed to Tepeal war legislation, a month, visiting relatives and friends. Subscription Price 1st aodl2nd Postal Zone failed to reduce taxes, failed to Mr. J. B. Horton, editor of the .50 per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd $1.00 perlyear reduce prices, failed to remedy Hazard Herald, spent the latter part A Subscription due and Payable infAdvance the railroad situation, failed to of last week and is spending the, first relieve the farmers, failed to of this week with friends in Columbia. take up the solution of any of He is a guest at the home of Dr. S. P. ANNOUNCEMENTS the enconomic or industaial pro- Miller. Mr. H. H, Sandidge and wife, DanFOR CONGRESS. blems confronting the people, ville, are visiting Mrs. Sandidge's parthoroughly and ingloriously fail"We are authorized to announce ents, Eld. W. T. May and wife. RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, ed to do anything of permenent Mrs. Ruby Turney is now attending a candidate for the Democratic nom- or constructive value, or that the Conservatory of Music,. Louisville. ination for Congress in this, the Eighth would recommend it to the conMiss Nettie Clark, of Dallas, Texas, Congressional District of Kentucky. Primary Election Saturday, fidence of the American people. sister of Mrs. C. M. Russell, arrived State August 7, 1920. There are none to "rush to its last week, on a visit. defense," none to regret its Mrs. E. P. Harris, of Catlettsburg, We are authorized to announce who spent a week very delightfully passing. L. off Anderson devils ABSOLUTE SALE "fif-4- - AUCTION i -- -- O " TO SETJLE ESTATE Post-ofB- ; Tuesday June 22nd., 250 Acres, 10 o'clock Marion County 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 i purchasers. 180 Acres, with main improvements. 7 room, 2 story dwelling halls, 2 porches, fitted with lights; 5 room tenant house, 2 tobacco barns 40 x 120 2 and 36 x 60. New stock bam 56 x80. Barns metal roofecL 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 BJue Grass. TRACT NO. J TRACT NO. acres, ALL IN BLUE GRASS, three rooms and one of two roolns, with out buildings. 150 One tenant house oi TRACT NO. 3 20 of first - ' RIPY, FRANK ty, a Democratic candidate for The Glasgow Times speaking gress, in the Eighth district, subject to the action of the State primary from age and experience, says: "We hope that every' tax payer Auguit 7, 1920. in our county will look at his tax TOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. receipt he votes this fall. with her father, brothers and friends returned home last week. Mrs. Har ris has many friends throughout the We are authorized to announce Hon. Bichard P. Ernst, of JjKenton county, a Republican candidatejfor U. S. Senator. Primary first Saturday in Au- RUSfc . county, having been superintendent of schools in the past, and she is al ways given a cordial greeting. before This will give him the very best Mr. Claud Buster and his sister Creelaboro, have returned home for idea of the 'economy ' which the the summer. The former was in Morrow administration is prac- school at Russellsville, the, latter at ticing. Morrow and the Repub- Berea. Mr. K. s. acres of unimproved bottbm land. This farm consists mosty and second Rolling 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 corn 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-BIOR LIMIT: The buy1 , 192 , with fall seeding privileges-Eas- y ers name the price. Possession January Terms. Buy this farms give it half a chance and it will pay for itself.. D 1 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 tte? THE AGONY AT CHILAG0I0VER. After a wrangle lasting almost a week the Republican National convention at Chicago nominated Senator Warren G. Harding, of Ohio, for the Presidency, on the tenth ballot. Senator Harding entered the convention as a dark horse, and his nomination was a compromise. Immediately following his selection Gov. Calvin of Massachusetts, was nominated!! for Vice President. When Gov. SLowden, of Illinois saw that his nomination was impossible his next desire was to defeat General Wood, hence the ", vote of Illinois was thrown to Harding, other States following and the nomination was soon made. TheEwork of nominating a candidate for Vice President Tequired but-- a few minutes, and on the first ballot Gov. Coolidge knocked the plum. The nomination of the ticket created but little enthusiasm throughout "the United States according to statements made in the daily papers. SenatorJHarding entered the newspaper business when 19 drears of Sage and is the editor and publisher of a paper in his home townfat this time. He is 3 practical printer, and to this flay he often visit his composing zooms andJIoccasionally handles 'tjrpe, The Democrats throughout the United States are jubilant over the selection of the ticket, and expressions are given out. "that if we can not defeat that selection we had better keep out of -- lican ticket were elected because people took them at their word that expenditures would be cut and useless offices would be abolished. Instead, the taxes have raised enormously, and trie pledge4to abolish useless offices either evaded or delibertately violated. We do not believe that our citizens will be very anxious to continue voting the Republican ticket when they see their tax receipt, in the face of a solemn pledge of strict econo- Bledsoe, of .Louisville, is Be- spending a few days in Columbia. Miss May Feese returned from SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man rea College week. the latter part of last or L AN ASTER, KENTUCKY. RA1NE and THOMAS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Lebanon, Ky., Bolivar Mrs. W. R. Todd, of Ohio, is spending a few days with Mr. Todd's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Todd. ! Auctioneeer. my." Miss Martha Kemp, who lives in the )25flCUHillBHHBiHitfHBM3BlHE9BBKHMH5iE2fc9B2u West, and who is a half sister of Mrs. Burdette, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Til- S. F. White, arrived to spend a few den Wilcoxsin. days at the home of Mr. J . N. Coffey. Misses Ellen Alexandra and Jane Mrs. G. J. Hatcher, Harlan county, Ewing, Burkesville, who have been is visiting at the home of Mr. R. W. off at college, arrived here i Shirley. night. They were met-- by Mrs. C. M. Russell and her two Mr. Wickcliffe Alexander, who conlast-Wednesd- the two years he has been absent from ROAD BUILDING. The Republican candidates for President and Vice President have been named and as soon as the Democratic convention at San Francisco concludes, the speaking campaign will open. You need not expect to hear anything other than politics from now until after the November election. The Republicans are going to make the fight of their lives to get in, and the Democrats will be just as industrious in their efforts to remain in. The League of Nations will be the cry from one end of the coun try to the other. It is very probable that President Wilson will Miss Virginia, of Jamestown, were Mr. Count Stults and wife returned shopping here last Saturday. from Louisville last week. Mrs. make a number of speeches. Bal-dau- daughters, Misses Frances and Cath- veyed them home. erine, and Miss Nettie Clark will MiesAilleene Ritchey, of Burkes leave, on a visit, for Bowling Green ville, is'visiting her sister, Mrs. John in the morning. Lee Walker. Mr. Edward Hamlett, who has been Dr. H. B. Simpson and wife, Breedin Center College, Danville, returned ing, visited at the home of Mr. N. T. home last Saturday night. Mercer last Thursday and Friday. Mr. Hugh Sharp, Jamesrown. spent Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Goonman visited Sunday here. at Rowena last week. Mrs. W. H. Shipp and children, Mr. Mr. J. A. Dulworth, "an extensive Sam Barbee, wife and daughter and a busiMr. Noel Pickett spent last Sunday in farmer of Camp Knox, made last Thursday. ness trip to Columbia Campbellsville. Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Sanders and Mr. Sam Lewis returned from Louisville Saturday night, accompa- little son, William Breeding, returned from a visit to Winder, Ga., last Wedf, nied by his grandson, Maurice nesday night. They state when they who will spend several weeks. R. J. Pentecost Mr. N. B. Falkenburg and his left Winder that Mrs. daughter, Miss Roxy, Mr. Carson (nee Miss Pearl Breeding,) was quite Falkenburg and wife and daughter, sick. Mrs. Willie Hynes. went to Louis- Stults is in very delicate health. Mrs. R. The Republican platform adopted at the National Convention does not mean but one thing dam Wilson. What it Bays upon the main iBsue is meaningless, and take it as a whole, it is dif ficult to tell which will do the Republican ticket the moBt hurt, the platform or Lodge's opening speech. ville Sunday, to consult a specialist. Her brother, Mr. Charles Moorman, a prominent attorney, came out to ac company her to the city. Elizabeth, a little daughter of Mr." and Mrs. Bruce Montgomery, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Clay. Smith, Yan Lear, Ky. Mr. R. K. Young, of West Point,, Miss., is here, mingling with his E. Tandy, of Georgetown, Ind., spent last week with her relatives and friends in Adair county. Mr. Herbert Taylor and wife, Camp bellsville, spent several days of last week with Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. ancLMrs. J. N. Coffey. -- i asked to urge it to remain in OUR WORK IS a month. session, but he refused because THE NEWS is $1.50 and Mrs. Chelcie Barger was quite sick "has not done anything but ex$2.00 per year. Send in several days of last week. ploit its functions for political our Burdette subscri ption at once. Rev. W. E.Ky., are and wife, "purposes during the year it has . r visiting Mrs Beaver Dan, UP-TO-DA- Bois Penrose, the Boss of the Harding was nominat- Republican party in the United Mr. Ralph Hurt left Friday morned on the day his father reached States, is slowly dying at his , ing, to spend a few days with his his seventy-sevent- h birthday. bachelor apartments, Philadel- father, Judge Rollin Hurt, at Frankfort. The first Republican Congress phia, Pa, Miss Mollie Caldwell left Friday that we have had since 1910' has adjourned. The President was GIVE US THA T NEXT JOB morning for Louisville, Cincinnati and Catlettsburg. She will be absent ' Senator contests." many friends, talking Mississippi and the opportunities presented to new comers. it Mr. Sale Coffey returned to Oklahoma last week. He is likely to re. turn to Columbia in about one month. He now claims this place as bis home, having purchased a residence, but it will take him some weeks to wind up his business in the West. He is a good citizen, has an excellent wife and bright children, hence the family will be valuable acquisitions to Columbia. Mr. G, S. Harris, a former editor of The News and owner of the plant, arrived from his home, West Point, Miss., last Wednesday night. When he resided here he was the best known man in Adair county. . He was the friend of every movement looking to he interest of the county, and during our midst, he has been greatly missed. Advertisement For Bids. He is only here for a few days and dursng that time he will be glad to On Wednesday, the 23rd day June, of meet as many of his old friends as 1920 at tbe office of the County Judge, possible. in Columbia, Ky., the Fiscal Court of Adair County, will receive bids for MrsT Gordon Cheatham and children, who spent several weeks in the construction of a Macadam road, Cumberland county, returned a few Beginning at a point on the Columbia and Burkesville Road, near the resi days ago. dence of Ben E. Rowe, thence via Mr. Frank G. Snyder, General agent Bliss, to a point on the Columbia and for the Liverpool, London and Globe Edmonton Road, near Union Church fire insurance companies, was here not exceeding a distance of 3 miles. last week, in consultation with his This includes the building of a Bridge local agenjts, Reed Bros. across Butler's Fork, near Bliss. The Miss Cora Smith has returned from plans and specifications can 'be found a three weeks' visit to Casey and Lin- on file in the office of the Adair Councoln counties. She was accompanied ty Court Clerk, Certified check of home by her nephew, Wyatt Smith, of S25O.0O must accompany bid as a who will remain several weeks. guarantee that if said work be awardMr. Oliver Marcum, of Stansberry, ed to the bidder that he will enter inMo., visited relatives and friends in to a contract with the said Fiscal Court for same. Columbia several days of last week. This contract will be let either as a Dr R. I. Blakeman, of Indianapwhole or in sections. Tee successful olis, arrived the first of last week to bidder or bidders will be required to be with his uncle, Mr. Jas. T. Page, execute a Bond to the Fiscal Court in who was reported quite ill, but who a sum of at least the estimated cost has greatly improved; was able to be of the said work, with two or more upon the square last Wednesday. free holders of the County or a Surety Mr. W, E. Harris and wife, Mrs. or Trust Company authorized to Geo. H. Nell, and daughter, Miss transact business In the State, to be Miss Polly Gupton, of Edmon- approved by the County Court, conton, left here last Tuesday morning to ditioned upon the faithftl performance spend eight or ten days at the homes of said work in strict conformity with of Mr. W. C. and Mr. Burton Yates, the plans, profiles and specifications whohvenear Petersburg, in Boone for the same. county. The County will under proper ar rangements turn over their Road Mr. W. H. Sandusky and Mr. Jack Young made a business trip to Louis Machinery to the Contractor to be used in the construction of said road. ville last week. S. C. Neat, Clerk, Mr. G. W. Whiflock, Campbells-villAdair Fiscal Court. was here a few days ago. a Al-len- e, e, Wanted. Motormen and Conductors for the City Lines. We teach you Louisville, were called to Columbia the first of last week, on account of the work and offer steady employthe illness of Mrs. Frazier's uncle, ment. Wages 40c to 45c an hour. Apply or write, Superintendent, InMr. Jas. T. Page. dianapolis Street Railway Company Dr. A M. Rowe, Bowling Green, Room 814 Traction Building, Indian visited here last wees. apolis, Ind. t Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Frazier, of 32-4- Mr. T. A. Judd end wife returned to Jellico, Tenn., last TVednesday. For Sale. We have farms in Adair Co., and desirable homes in Columbia.for sale. Call on or write to Cravens & Neat, real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jeffries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. Austin Loy sold a field of clover to Guy Nell last Saturday for 8200 . Mr. v 23-- tf ' " V g ADAIR-COUNTY - NEWS o: $ 3H Special Bargains In order to reduce our stock by July 1st, Inventory, we are offering reductions in all Departments TO THE FARMER s . H HI Special Low Prices on Ladies Dresses, Skirts, Waists, &c. Ladies Hats and other goods in Millinery Department at Cost Now is the time you need work tools. And we are ready to supply you with Plows, jS Cultivators, . Disc Harrows, RUSSELL & CO. IO ... Corn Planters, ; - 0E S!!W- - Corn Drills, M Wz wt .cjrr.t. And all other kinds of Implements, Wagons, Field Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. i w L -- Seed, aj' and K THE UHJVERSAL CAR When you want your Ford car repaired, insist always upon getting the genuine Ford Parts, made by the Ford Motor Company, in order to insure reliable quality. There are "spurious," "counterfeit," "imitation" parts made by,outside concerns who have no regard for quality in material, so insist on your Garage or Repair Man furnishing you the genuine For Parts. All reliable garages may now buy the genuine Ford Parts from usso there's no excuse for any one using the "bogus" parts. To be sure, bring your car to us for repairs or DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY Kentucky. Columbia, eplacements. ThE Man'S THE BUCHANAN LYON COMPANY. I the past few years. Material and la Come In and See Has practically doubled in value in NIC O R P O R A T E D. Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. the $7,000,()00" 3-inch Tire bor costs have advanced 20 to 2p per cent more in the last year and are still going up. n . This is the famous Firestone molded Z4 inch tire that has its own plant, its own tion. Thus Firestone serves car owners with quantity production. This permits a value in tiresnever before accomplished at the price. Get your share of these savings by having us equip you. special machinery, special methods, special organiza- Have you increasgd your insurance to cover the increase in values? . Are you fully B- - tucky. QuartcrlylMectings, Oats are doing fine on a good trict, Fourth' Round. We have a number of farms'from acreage; except where too badly 45 to 200 acres in Adair Co., for sale; drowned out in a few places. Jamestown, Rowena,IJuly23-4- . also several residence properties in The condition is 92 .per cent of Renox, Terry's; July 4, 31p. m.,-Columbia; let us show you and give normal and the acreage about Bear Creek, GooseCreek, July 6. description, prices and etc. 431,000, indicating a production Peytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, July Cravens &Neat of about 10,706,000 bushels, com8. Real Estate Dealers, pared to 9,900,000 bushels last Albany, Albany, July 10 11. Office on 2nd floor of year. Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 Jeffries Bldg. Cofley's Chapel, Rye show a condition of 83 per Russell Springs, July cent of normal. --With about Crop Repoit. 53,000 acres in the State to be Cane Valley, MilUown, July 22, July 23. Picketts, Maple Hill, harvested for grain this indicates With numerous reports of July a productin of approximately Pierce, Sulphur Well, 31 very short acreage, heavy abanJuly Greensburg, Earley's, 629,000 bushels compared to donment, thin stand and damage Aug. 1. 'V 744,000 bushels last year. Summersville, Hodges, Aug.,1, 3 p. by Hessian ily, Kentucky's m.,-- 2 wheat qroD now promises 5,825,-00- 0 Barley acreage in Kentucky Providence, Aug. 5 Casey Creek, Old bushels compared to a pros- this earis about 12 per cent Gradyville, Prices, Aug. pect early in Mar for 6,143,000 less than in 1919 due chiefly to Burkesville, Marrowbone, Aug. 14- buheto, according to the June increased burley tobacco arce-ag15. Practically all the barley Tompkinsville, Weslejs, Aug. 15, 3 crop report, issued jointly at p. m.,-1Frankfort and Louisville by in Kentucky is grown in the 18 Fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. State Commissioner of Agricul- tflue Grass counties. ConditionTemple Hill, New Salem, Aug. ture W. C. Hanna and H. F. of barley is 90 per cent of norMill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. Bryant, Kentucky field agent of mal, indicating a production of 9 about 95,000 bushels. Monticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p'. the U. S. JSureau 0f Crop Estimates. Last year the final yield Most meadows have good, m., Central Union, Aug. 30. West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 in Kentucky turned out 12,029.-00- 0 growth, though some sections ct , Millers, Sept. . bushels while the 5 year av- are poor and very weedy, and Elkhorn, Wesley's Sept. 5 8 p. m.-inclusive, was some of the first cutting of alfalerage, 1914-1- 8 3 Sept. bushels. The great- fa was damaged by rain. ConMannsville, Merrimac, 12 3 p m. 13 10,316,000 est cut in acreage and the heavi- dition of cloverns 89 per cent, SparkBville, Hogards, Sept. 8. ' est damage apparently occurred with an acreage about 12 per Columbia, Tabor, Sept. J Wade.P. E. in Western and Southern Ken centjess than in 1919, due chief- Columbia Dis5 17-1- 8. -- For Sale. protected if the fire should occur today? REED BROS. "The Service 'Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. --- 3 Columbia; IliJI --- Kentucky. pit$ione Cumberland Grocery Co. to freezing out. I MBWTKffHiMMBBr MKMKS3HMH touwhsm iiiiii 11 ill I j 'Ujjuii in mil ibii itm" ll liiinmiMiaiiiMiiii -- - about 1919. 10 The acreage is per cent less than in Special Sale For 10 I 24-2- 5 Days, ending Sat. June 12, of thin dress goods, La-die- sv 7-- 8 e. Apple prospects are good in most sections, the average being about 71 per cent of a crop. Peaches are about 78 per cent, of a crop, while pears are about 63 per cent. 40c Gingham 35c; All kinds Misses and children's trimmed hats reduced. dress- $2.25 Bungalow aprons $2.00; $2.75 children's es $2.50; $55. suits at $45; $7.00 Malting druggetsi 9x12, $6.50; $3.50 felt rugs $3.00; $15.00 sets of 6. - 21-2- 2 28-2- le 4-- 5. 6 le, 12-1- , 18-1- 9 Blue bird dishes for $12 JO; bargains in shoes and slipPastures in most sections avpers. Sugar 30c rier lb. Other bargains. erages fair. All work and crops are very late. Much plowing, corn planting and tobacco setting still being done. Truck crops are growjng well now, but melons wre severely checked by " Tennessee Democrats, in state Mrs. . E. Thompson, a Ken cold, weather, in May. BlackConvention, by a vote of five to tucky woman, has been name promise a bumper crop berries one, passed a resolution denounc- - by the Texas Democrats- as one-opractically all over the State. the delegatea-to-SaTobacco; tie first report on to-- ing Senator Shields' defection dnj Rands- cd. She wafrfromWmchester ' bacco will be made, early in July, the League r " Nations. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. -- i - f o - Tti r " ?r 6 e Hes. Phone 13-- B. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VIOLENT LOVERS OF WOMEN Business Phone 13-- WHY WRITE DULL LETTERS? Dr. J. -- N Murrell . Writer Implies That Fierce Wooers Are Not Altogether In Disfavor With Fair Sex. X Correspondence May Be Made Interesting if a Little Thought Is Given to It. Most people think before they speaff, but only a few think before they write. $$0404444 44M44444444M&4& A young widow complained recently DENTIST- Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. UP STAIRS.' to a magistrate of the action of an admirer of hers who had fallen into ilie habit of springing at her from doorways "like an angry lion." He swore that If he could not have her, no one else should. Women say they do not like that kind of lover. But la the fair sax quite to be trusted when they make this 4 STORE 4 Men and Boys clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No s statement? COLUMBIA, KY L. H. Phone 114 Veterinary Surgeon and Denlisl Jones Special attention given Diseases of a Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road , G. Columbia, Ky. Owensby. t After somewhat of an absence we come again with a few reminiscences. Generally speaking the health of this community is very good. The wheat crop in this section will be almost a failure, while indications point to a fairly good crop of fruit. The farmers are now busily engaged in "tickling" the soil, so as to be prepared to satisfy the waht3 of the inner man and "keep the wolf from the door," when Old Boreas again begins to Bowl and sing. Mrs. G. M. Stevenson, of Columbia, recently spent a few days in this part visiting her brother, Mr. S. B. Collins, her sister, Mrs. John B. Wheat, and an old school girl chum, Mrs. D. G. Gfider. 3rlr. John Coffey, a prosperous your g farmer of Creelsboro, and who lives in the center of the "oil belt," was through this part a few days ago, and informed us that he had leased his farm for $5 00 per acre. Miss Beulah May, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coffer, of Campbellsville, is the guest of Miss Polly Belk, at this Writing. Savage man did not ask the woman of his choice, ' "Wilt thou be mine?" He made himself a stout club with a good knob at the end and "ran after" the woman in the literal sense. Above her head he swung the club with an. energy peculiar to savage man. Tremblingly she answered,'" Yes," long before he. "popped the question." And the savage equivalent for a priest If there was one quickly spliced them. His fee consisting of immunity from a clout on the head. Did the savage maiden enjoy this kind of wooing? No doubt she found her husband was not so savage as he appeared at Grst sight, and grew reconciled. a certain She had, undoubtedly, fierceness of her own. And probably there were henpecked husbands even in those days. There have been many savage wooers in history. King Henry VIII !s a notorious example. There was no saying "nay" to King Hal. He had such a taking way with him that he took as many wives as he wanted. And his affection was keen as an ax. It only cooled with death the death, that is, of the latest wife. Exchange. ways keeps her friends; partly, I am sure, because, however far away they are, it is never too much trouble to write them long and Interesting letters. Thus, though miles may stretch between them, she can always keep her friends very near to her in thought. She does not dash off anything that comes Into her head; she always considers her friends' point of view. If the particular friend she Is writing to is fond of sport she writes of it; fond of books, then the latest books are discussed; if music is a favorite, then music finds a place in her letter. And always through them all there runs a little vein of humor. So many people suffer from lack of tact. For instance, some time ago, when my mother was about to undergo a very serious operation, it became necessary to censor her correspondence for the simple reason that some of it was too depressing for words. One very well-meani- don Answers, and she is a girl who I have a friend, says a writer in Lonal- OF QUALITY tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 ' old lady ETHER FIRST USED IN BOSTON In 1844 Horace Wells, a Dentist, Made a Successful Experiment on wrote saying how sorry she was to hear of my mother's great misfortune and how it often happened that very active women ended their days as bedridden invalids! And how she once knew of a lady who caught cold after a similar operation" and contracted some awful (kind of incurable "itis I" One always considers people In conThen why not In letter versation. writing? One does not talk religion before an atheist, nor let the conversation verge on the frivolous before a curate. Letters require just as much thought. DISCOVERY OF HOLY CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE Progress Range Stoves CROSS Himself. In 1844, Horace Wells, dentist, Hartford, Conn., attended a lecture by on nitrous oxld gas. In illustrating the lecture gas was administered to one of the audience, who became unconscious. This led Wells to believe that it might be employed to render painless the extraction of teeth. He tried It on himself and found that it was so. During the same year William Norton, a Boston dentist, heard that sulfuric ether could be inhaled in small quantities to produce unconsciousness. Accordingly, he experimented. He was insensible for eight minutes. On recovering he concluded that ether might be employed successfully in surgical Col-to- n Story Goes That the Empress Helena Was Responsible for Its Recovery From the Jews. Through the zeal of the Empress Helena, mother of Constantlne the Great, was discovered the cross on which the Savior was crucified, and the date Is given as May 3. The story usually told Is. to the effect that the empress went to Jerusalem and there compelled the Jews to bring the cross from Its concealment and give it to her, together with other crosses In their possession. Its Identity was established by a miracle: The body of a dead man was placed on each of the crosses, and when it touched the true one the dead man Immediately came to life. Many pilgrims traveling to Jerusalem received pieces of the true cross, and the .question was raised as to the possibility of supplying thousands with those fragments without entirely carrying away the cross. It was therefore said that the true cross had the power of reproducing Itself. On the capture of Jerusalem in G14, the cross we are told, was carried Into Persia, where it remained until restored by Hcracllus, which event is commemorated in September and Is usually called Holyrood day. The four nails were distributed so that two were placed in the imperial crown, one brought to France, and another thrown into the Adriatic to quiet its turbulence. Albin Murray 4 Columbia, Phone 12 Ke work. On October 1G, 184G, Morton ad- ministered ether to a patient in the Massachusetts general hospital in Boston. It was in November, 1847, that Simpson, famous Scottish scientist of Edinburgh, resolved to try personally the inhalation of chloroform. Sitting with his friends, Duncan and Keith, around a dinner table, he proposed that they inhale chloroform. Each consented to the test. First, their minds were livened; then they fell into a deep stupor. Simpson, recovering first, found Duncan snoring on the floor, and Keith, struggling to regain the chair from which he had fallen. half-sensible, 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444444444044400 Next Doot to The Adair County New Office ntucky 4 4 4 $ Preserving Eggs Guthrie, with Bryan-HuCo., was calling on our merchants not long since. Married, on May 29th, Mr. Jim Dunbar and Miss Delia Collins. The groom is 40 odd and the bride just 20 past. Mr. Omre Wolford, who has been mail contractor from Jamestown to Creelsboro, for the past 4 years, and the con tract for another 4 years, has also been awarded the contract from Jamestown to Monticello. nt Mr. Charley Good for Every Day Use. Get up right in the morning. Go to bed right at night. Start with joy In your heart, hope in the future, kindness in your purpose. If it is a dark day, never mind; you will brighten it up. If it is a bright day, you will add to the brightness. Give a word of cheer, a" kindly greeting Hind a warm handshake to your friends, says a writer in Leslie's. If you have enemies, look up. pass them by, forget and try to forgive. If all of us would only thlnft how much of human happiness is made by ourselves, there would be less of human misery. If all of us would bean In mind that happiness is from within and not from without, there would be a of joy In every heart and the sun would shine forever. well-sprin- Ouija Supplanted Planchette. d The planchette was a thin, all the year, and the principle in piece of woo'i supported on two casters at the end of the base, and volved in preserving eggs is the on an ordinary pencil at the apex, popular about 1SG0 to 18S0, before the same as that used in canning. ouija board supplanted it. The pen- The product is sealed up so that cil could readily be made to trace t characters without conscious move- trie air may 'be kept out, thus ment on the part o'f the operator, if the fingertips were placed upon this preserving the food. The heart-shapepre-serving'- of have long since realized the value of preserving fruits and vegetables, but there id still a great deal of prejudice against eggs that are stored or picked. By preserving eggs in ater-gladuring May and June, cheap eggs may be eaten Housewives ss STOMACH TROUBLE I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite THEDFOKD'S BL K ci g . Mr. Harlan H. Haynes is now one of the best equipped silver-Bmith- s in this section of the country, having not long ago added an other necesary equ pment. up-to-da- te lathe and tools to his Indians Still Use Blow Gun. The blow gun is still popular for hunting birds among the Koasati Indians in Louisiana. This weapon consists of a tube, usually of cane, about six feet long, rubbed smooth on the inside with an implement made for the purpose and carefully straightened with the aid of fire. Slender pointed darts about eight inches long are used device. Like the ouija board, the planchette was used by two classes of persons. It was used by the believers in spiritualism, who asked questions of a spiritual control, and beileved that they received answers from the intelligences on the spirit plane, and by people who regarded the mechanism as agame, and amused themselves by pushing It to write messages for the benefit of others present Old There Is that of old worldism. To rave about vSir Robert Browne and know nothing The eggs is just as sue cessful as canning fruits or vegetables, and is much easier. Eggs that are preserved in tt e correct way and served in February cannot be distinguished from fresh eggs, either in tase or appearance. The eggs must and New Books. no sillier affectation than ue infertile and absolutely fresh. water-glas- ' recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it iruthe house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. AH druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE a 73) must be mixed To of William Cobbett is foolish. turn your back upon your own time with boiled rain water to form is simply to provoke living wags, with they rudimentary but effective humor, to the preserving solution, and s $$$$ .' $$HX$ W.T.PRICE COLUMBIA, "KENTUCKY. $ as, ammunition, ' The Twenty-EightAnnual Convention of the Thin! District, which was held at the Christian Church, at Jamestown, May 28 30, was largely tattended. Many 'able speakers present and all ' told a complete success. h each one wrapped neatly along a third of its length with thistledown or cotton to make it fit the inside of the tube. The hunter places a dart In the tubei which "lie raisps to his lips'and with which lie takes careful aim at his game; then with a quick puff of breath he drives the little dart flying with a sufficient force to impale and kill a small bird Mi. and Mrs. Carley Aaron, who lately had her tonsils removed t by Drs. Lawrence and Tarter, is $iss Hazel, daughter of able to be out again. Miss Emma Grider, who for several monthshas been inatruct-dnR- a class in instrumental mu-aireports excellent progress: . c, must be stored in earthen jars. jar is a convenient A size for preserving eggs, and will hold about fifteen dozen. One quart of water glass will preserve this number of eggs. Birrell. or squirrel. Place the fresh infertile eggs in Checking Fire in Films. The .celluloid films used for motion a jar and pour over them tne Chinese Barbers. are not accustomed to pictures Ignite easily and bum rap- preserving fluid which is made The Chinese tipping the barber. As a matter of idly, necessitating the Installation of fact the Chinese barber is very mod- special protective equipment. A Eu- by mixing one quart of water-glas- s est In his prices, and his patrons can ropean inventor has combined a new with nine quarts of rain obtain a hair cut, a head shave, a face chemical with an Ingenious method of shave, and In addition have his shoul- applying it, which saves, it is asserted, all of the film except the pgrtion first, water which has been boiled and ders and back massaged, all for total of less than 5 cents. The straight ignited. The- film in the projecting cooled. before the water glass is razor used by Chinese barbers Is a machine is surrounded by a ring of triangular shaped blade with straight tubing with Inner perforations, con- added.;, Store the eggs in a cool handle, folding up as does the .Amer- nected with an iron tank containing colorless liquid. A place, and cover the jar with oilican straight razor. The blades are the 'chemical, made from oldjrajls or any. ptljer. cradle valve near the Operator's hand enables, cloth or waxed paper to prevent ho flow to hf' started Instantly; Pqput.evtpui'aXlui waltr. a :VtfjJL ;fw five-gallo- n a-s- chalk onnrobrious enithets unon your person. But, on the other, hand, tol depend upon your contemporaries for literary sustenance, to be reduced to scan 'the lists of "Forthcoming Works" with a hungry eye, to complain of a dearth of new poems, and new novels, and new sermons. Is worse than affectationit is stupidity. Augustine SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES S$$$sj zsz&wmn ' : $ 3 mzm LAST YEAR'S Gir,Onr Dry CIrtmlnr INCORPORATED IT LOUISVILLE. KY. Can be so changed by having it Sv.'lSS Dyed a pretty, new Spring Shade. It will last another year. Trial a- - -' SMd VI SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS FvnI FMt i - 1 ui.-th- e , .- i- 1 rite ow : v X 1. . " - ADAIR fJOUMTY N'SWS USE FRUIT Common TO MAKE, JARS Con- - HDBfiiiaW SPERM WHAJI B"F"l'i"i'fTTlPllBiiBiyiiiiiinaanateaBattigeao3wnaaili.ai.vijjaij,,aii hum" Household Utensils structed of Peculiar Ware in Central Province of India. One Taken Off West Coast of Scotland Realized Five Thousand Dollars for Its Captors. A graphic account of the hunting and killing. of a sperm whale is told by one who took part in if. Starting from the west coast of Scotland the whaler made for Itockall, a lonely granite pinnacle that juts out of the Atlantic about two hundred miles west of the Outer Hebrides. Why the whales 'go there is a mystery, but In early summer schools of them may be lounu m me neignoornoou. xne jook-- : out soon spies a "bJov,"that is the fountain eject'ed by "the whale as It comes to the surface to breathe. Away goes the whaler. In pursuit. After some tense maneuvering the whaler gets Into suitable position, the skipper takes aim, fires his harpoon gun and a harpoon Is embedded in the monster's body. The whale disappears taking yards of hemp line with him. Presently he rises to blow again, and immediately a second harpoon Is flred at him and he goes down with yards of cable rattling overboard. About fifty minutes later he floats on the surface of the water, quit'e dead. Immediately the sailors fall upon him. Air is pumped Into the carcass to make it buoyant, his flukes are trimmed off, so that he will float in tow, and the whaler makes for Scotland again, with a host of screaming birds in her rear. This particular whale realized five thousand dollars. n sperm, about sixty It was a feet long. full-grow- S.JW(im -- v .. . Lia.ium.ju """ iil There is a peculiar ware that Is made by the Banjaras in the central provinces of India from the fruit. of the aoula. The fruit Is collected and dried. It is then boiled In water untile quite soft and pounded, the stones removed and the pulp beaten up and worked with the hands Into a thick, brown, sticky mass. When this Is quite ready the manufacturer takes an earthen vessel any shape that pleases him and covers it all over with a thick layer or coat of the pulp. This Is then put aside to set a bit, and when hard rude devices are stamped round the neck and shpulders of the article, which is then set aside to dry. When entirely hard, the gharra inside AJs broken and the pieces removed. TThese vegetable pots are sold according to size from four to eight annas each. . 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He is ready to supply you Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the same time h. The aoula tree Is abundant throughout the forests of tropical India and Burma, and the fruits are frequently employed In medicine and for tanning. Another material used for making jars Is the root of the great asphodel. The fleshy root of this plant, by drying In a sand oven and grinding, is prepared Into a flour, which, when mixed with hot water, yields a most tenacious vegetable glue with which the Persians make great vessels for holding oil and clarifying butter. The native cobblers employ it in preference to animal glue In their work. KAFRISTANS A WARLIKE RACE Hereditary Foes of Afghans, Their Chief Form of Diversion Is in Murderous Forays. r Mm sMI WfS Fabric, 30x3V Fabric, SLIPS BY FAMOUS AUTHORS Humorous to Record, but Detract tle From the Stories as They Are Read. Lit- a hilly country Inhabited by primitive Afghans, they are warlike and hospitable, but perhaps owing to the abundance of vines in the country, are great wine bibbers. Hitherto they have been the hereditary enemies of the Afghans, and still the raids and forays on peaceful Afghan villages are regarded as the choicest form of sport. The gatherings of young warriors for an attack on the Afghans are the ocrevels, and a seleccasion of tion Is made of the most promising volunteers, an exchange says. The raid lasts about a fortnight, and on Its return the party kindles bonfires on a hilltop to announce its arrival. On seeing the beacon the whole neighborhood flocks to the spot, and whoever has killed a Mussulman Is carried shoulder high to the village, where dancing and festivities are carried on in celebration of his feat. He who can boast of no victim is treated as an outcast and his fellow villagers give him food over their shoulders. all-night Adjoining Afghanistan, and now under the same government, Is Kafrlstan, but most Interesting people. Like the Constantinople Streets. Procession of all kinds are to be found in the streets of Stamboul, and with no traffic regulations it Is difficult to make much headway. In "The l Dally Pageant of Stamboul" in Magazine, Miss Lucy Garnett "In finds herself In mixed society. company with a large drove we take our way along the broad straight street, lined on either hand with shops. Presently the turkeys get into difficulties with a file of hamals shoulders bearing on their Atlas-lik- e piles of bedding and curiously decorated chests and coffers. These bales and chests constitute the wedding trousseau and plenishing' of a Turkish bride." The turkeys are soon to hr disnersed manv times before they are finally landed safely'. near the great mosque where they are to be sold In celebration of a Moslem festival. In the-Traveeys, The British minister of education points out some mistakes that he has come across In books. One of them runs through "Ivanhoe," where the Normans and Saxons are represented as two distinct races. The fact Is that at the time with which the story deals marriage between (he two races had gone so fartb.at Norman could hardly be told from "Saxon; but Sir Walter Scott did not realize this uptll the story was set up In type, and so the famous novel appears with this blunder right through it. Another mistake was made by Mrs. Humphry Ward, who In one of her books made two people take chairs In Kensington gardens in the first week In October, though all chairs are removed from the gardens on September 30. Charles Kingsley makes John "Brumblecome" recite a prayer from the prayer book long before the time the prayer was put In; the poet Pope makes a weasel eat corn, which a weasel never does; and likewise In "Don Quixote" the merry Cervantes makes one of his parties at a tavern eat two suppers In one night The life of a novelist Is full of trouble, but such little things do not seem to matter greatly. We would rather have the stories with all their mistakes than have the dull facts without the stories. Told of the Famous. In his book, "The End of the Chapter," Mr. Shaw Leslie tells the following story: "My grandfather witnessed an effective piece of play in the house of commons during a duel between Disraeli and Gladstone. During a heated flight of oratory Gladstone upset some pens on the table between them. Disraeli rose, and, "after calling attention to the fact, slowly replaced them one by one. The effect of Gladstone's speech was lost by the time Disraeli had finished." 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The final cost the cost per mile is the only real That'sall and isn't it enough Leslie says: A "My grandmother recalled the ludicrous incident which brought them tonaeum, unknown to each other they seized the same hat. The effect was ludicrous enough to appeal even to professional humorists, and they shook gether. they both left the Athe- Happiness in Gladness. "Be glad! When you have said all there is to say about life's sorrow, disappointment and pain, about the selfishness and wrong that sweep over the earth like shadows, about the shortness of its days and the certainty of its nights, it still remains blessedly true that the universe is thrilling with the song of gladness," says a helpful writer. t "Be glad for the beauty of the springtime, the blue of the skies, the music of the birds and the glory of the sunsets. Listen to the laughter of the little children, answer to the handclasp of friendship, grow warm In the lovelight of countless happy homes and be sure that somewhere over and above all Is a great Love that makes all these things possible." The secret of happiness lies In your own attitude toward life. Orison Swett Marden In Chicago Daily News. y hands." Don't Try to Remove Freckles. Freckles can be removed, but, as the Journal of the American Medical association says, "the .effect, is only costs." cost. Here is a Goodyear Fabric Tire for Ihe smaller cars. It is a winnne and as chuch full of value for ihe money as ihe Goodyear Cord. f temporary at best, 'and usually not worth the irritation and effort that it The method is to apply solutions of mercuric chloride in a strength of from 0.5 to 1 per cent, strictly under medical supervision, for if one tries to do It oneself she Is likely to make a nasty mess of her face. These solutions produce an Inflammation of the skin which ends in the outer skin peeling off, bringing the freckles with it. The Journal of the American. Medical association says that the prescription, written by Hebra, and recommended particularly for the removal of freckles, will notdo the trick. "Wise women let their freckles alone. Polishing tfWrrors. OTfl'f 2 M,?7 m Xxflmll mum Look at this: 30 x v31 Goodyear w eather Tread x3J Goodyear OKI d Double-cur- e " Fabric, All $20.00 Fabric, Ants- - Single-Cur- e Tread...- - !. $17.65 izes 30x3 and 31x4 also. 00 1 THE BUCHANAN - LYON . ff ff II May Baskets. lwf III tJM COMPANY. it Hanging May baskets seems to be a purely American custom, which probably was fostered in New England.. At least, among all the varied pastimes with which the day has been associated, there is no mention of May baskets In the old histories of the day. In New England, particularly; the May basket is exceedingly popular, especially. In the rural sections. In the country, a girl hangs a May basket on the door, of the house in which her beau lives. Then she rings the bell and runs. If he catches her before she reaches home, he is entitled ' to a kiss. the i cities, the young tfolks are In usually content to .send their offerings boy. ; j 1 i In cleaning mirrors and pictures great care mus"t be taken that no water seep under the glass. Water will ftiin the back of a mirror and blister the picture. Perhaps the safest way .to polish and clean these glasses Is to use a damp chamois Skin. Wring the chamois as dry ris possible out of Warm water, rub the glass until perfectly clean and dip the chamois Into clean water and again wring dry. Rub the glass the second time and polish with paper if necessary,, but it. won't be. J This way or cleaning mirrors and pictures does not endanger the frame in any way and is very satisfactory. sSs2 fiS . or-da- UNDERTAKER. I keep on bands I also keep Metallic Residence Phone, 29. J: ; a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and. Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night '" FrTRIPbEUr, . Office Phone, 168. Columbia, Ky re mmmmmmmmmmmmmoi been obvious to everyone engage Judges ed in criminal law. The Supreme Court of the have called attention to it and United States has finally settled jailers have commented upon the the Prohibition question. It has decrease in number of persons upheld the constitutionality of in their keeping. The Jefferson the Constitutional amendment County Jail according to Jailer (so paradoxically disputed by Barr, houses about the liquor interests) and it has up- number of prisoners guarded by held the constitutionality of the it before Prohibition went into Volstead Act. On the main effect. It is such facts as thess points in question the decision that will prevent the United of the Supreme Court was unan- States ever returning to liquor imous. basis. This should finally serve to But of almost equal imporeliminate the. liquor question tance is it that the question is from the political campaign. settled. The Supreme Court of The question is now very finally United States is the final vcibu, settled and there is no need for nal. It has given its ssnctKTO it.' to the Prohibition amendment about further disputes Whatever opinions upon its mer- and the Volstead Act. There ia its various persons may have had nothing further to dispute .about in the past, all can agree that in the liquor question. Louisthe dispute is over and that it is ville Post. time to pass to new issues.. com taste in It has been a long and bitter A baddisordered the moutti slugstomach amt from a fight, but we believe that today gish state of the bowels. Herbme corthere even more persons in favor rects the. trouble immediatbty It of Prohibition than when the purities the bowels,, helps digestion, (amendment was finally passed. and sweetens the breath. Price, GOft Its good effect have been evident Sold by Pauir Drug Co. to everyone. The expenditures Considerable improvements in for retail liquor in the United wheat crops of middle and States, in 1912, amounted to the western Tennessee have been $2,458,000,000 and this exceeded noted, although prospects are the expendtures in department very poor. stores during the same year by Boone County, Ky will 'have approximately $350,000,000. This money has now been turned into a good fruit crop this .year.. other channels, chiefly increas The misery and depression caused ing the comforts of the homel by a bilious and constipated conditio: and in many cases making the of the system can be quickly semovefi difference between a bare living by using Herblne. It purifies comfortable living. The strengthens and invigorates Price, and decrease of lesser offenses has 60c. Sold by JfatiJl Drug Co. Prohibition Settled. one-thir- d I fr 7$k:rv1$W?n w&Sw y o jffe s T?1!? ?' "TS -- mjase?. 8 ADAIR COUNTY " John "Fatty" Collin5 ' NEWS. Stanley .Epperson,, eft ties NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER - ' SERVICE COLUMBIA 'Alva drider, B, 0. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICE. Room 19, Patterson Building Sunders 1 pip BBB5 Music Store v CAMPBELLSVILLE JI bIBBI " Leaves Columbia; , r . ?. 'A- SSBMBBBBBMpW MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. i ' V-- ' M'SlBBBBrP SbBb 'fft. t T Daily Service, Careful Drivers," Comfortable Cars;' St David Murreli, Sallie Ed But ler, Everett Condiff and Nell 7.- - FARE $2.Q0 EACH WAY. i - 4:00 A. M. 10:00 AMvi. and 4:00 Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. P.M. . Butler attended the movts last Saturday night and they say the show was fine Montpelier. '.? ' . W'-.- ; fu 'I 5. ll .. i ,. Give Us a Trial,' We Guarante Satisfaction. Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. Phones: Bf EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, L -- Props. - rrts VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. Thoroughbred and Grades. Shorthorn Cattle ChesterjWhite Hogs - . - Thoroughbred and Grades. - - Thoroughbred and Grade s Hampshire Sheep Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manager, Cane Valley, Kentucky. .... 1 Health of this community IS very good at present. Farmers throughout this section are behind with their work owing to wet weather. Mrs. Lizzie Elian Hurt, of Columbia, spent several days very pleasantly at her old home, K. W. Bell, recently. j Dr. S. L. Taylor is now the possessor ofva Ford car. ). Several from here attended singing at Glenville the first Sunday. " "METEOR MOHEL, 125." , i.. ,We now haye a complete line'' of PIANOSand PLAYER PIANOS othe- follow mg excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others.' - .,' Also a full line of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the follow- EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR,; and CARDINAL, ' We carry at all times a Complete Line SH EET and which plays all records. ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, ,also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. " ' ing makes: " - 1 22555"!!! I H1C C t Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bennett visited ft T. Bennett last week. Misses Venora and Dora Reece, Nell, visited their cousin, Ophelia Reece, this place, last )i ?, See our complete Instrument Display in the 4 e iP ifi OIK NbW YIOKtl is 8J week. A. J. Loy, who is operating a saw mill on R. T. Bennett's farm, win nnisn sawing in aoout a week. He is a first class sawyer and community regrets him leav- NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK on Corner Columbia and Main Streets. Phone or " iP 19 write us your wants. SANDERS & HENDR1CKS0N MUSIC V (S. ifi & L 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the chopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, STORE ing. We are glad to know that Mra. G. A. Bradsnaw. who has been Campbellsville, Kentucky. we can serve you better than never in your need for WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & Hubbnch Bros. Weilendorff quite sick, is fast improving. Miss Margie Antle, of this place, will teach our school. This will be Misa Margie's "first school, but she is an excellent young lady and we believe will make a good teacher. It seems that the Adair p'eople are taking great interest in oil and we hope they will have' success at ion and will come ud BIG AUCTION SALE The Best Farm in Marion County 268 ACRES Subdivided into Baby Farms and Larger. Tracts, Saturday June 19th, 10 o'clock. Just out oide the City limits of Lebanon, :Jon St. Mary's Pike. . - INCORPORATED farther. Farmeps throughout this section will not neglect their com this year on account of wheat cutting as th? wheat is in bad condition and some farmers are' pasturing it. For More Than 40 Years on Market Street One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. -- "TALKING 5il MACHINES" $ lumbia, recently visited Miss Willie Rosenbaum. of CoK. W. Bell for a week. 4 With a Tone as rich as Gold ' on the Jamestown road, is improving his farm by remodeling his house. J. C. Goff, The "PRIJVIA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attach -ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and ship and construction. I- - F. COR BIN cane T you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workman- - y:a1xe-Y- , ky;, - president of the Bank, who took a pride in making it the pretttiest place and the most attractive and desir-bl- e Marion National home and farm in the County. 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 lMPROVEMENESr- -9 room metal roof dwelling. '2 halls, 3 porches. 1 sun porch, pantry and built in refrigerator. Bath room with handsome fixtures. Gty water works in dwelling with hydrants in yard, garden, fields, lots and bams. Cistern, wells, spiings 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 ments sheds, several separat e stables. New 5 room dwelling with large stock and tobacco barn. Land is level, fertile and gently rolling. Divided into convenient fields and lots and the best of fences This farm hasbeen kept in a high state of cultivation and is ready right now to plow and produce the maximum of crops. A corn, wheat and tobacco farm. ' jLong'frontage on 2 pikes, susceptible of advantageous division into a number of tracts. Has been subdivide 30 thejpurceaser may secure just the number of acres desired. Can sell you 20 acres with mam improvements orjmcrease 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 5 and 10 acre tracts with fine Building tason the pike, just at edge oCity limits, alsaeveral "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 ares in meadow and grass, a lot of the land ha3 not ! 3-- 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- been plowedtfor years. I :: Weare Columbia; ........ "JEWELER" severy--'bod- y ;- Kentucky. 1 0 Auctioneer and Dealer In Real Estate, Sn H Vaiik R(icinics aive farmers, is working V3 having some beautiful and we wish him success. nerallnc. hard licited. 1 Ed Butler, one of our stock has caught up with their men. was around the latter part if voa haye reason to think of last week and is on the job rhUd Is suffering from worms, take a work. 365 daysan the year. the sate course use White's Crem ' Tobacco setting is a thine of Worms can not reals; ' Sallie in the orarmJfoere. Tjv e Tk..nM v;the'past. c ifraAicofllHwr' vubub progres- Co John Butler, one. bur bo.d 0 BuU I?? '" feather at present and the conveniences of the Gty of Lebanon, one of tee very best towns on the ifnaip line or theL.j& N. R. R.. A flourishing, growing town, splent did business houses, goodjtreet, concrete payemenforHgiek, modern homes; fine tobacco market, loose leaf warehouses; fine Banking facilities, progressive iiuzeni, Churches of all denominations, splendid schools its new ' g& Graded and "High School building is magnificentl Now is the time to invest in real estate. m The man whoSbuys this Iasd June 19th, is sure to be able to sell at . ' f .11 r a nront. Lannd hunger is stul unsausnea ana,yajues;wuj increase. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS. SELLSWe:$aSers name the price. Every bid a bona fide bid. at my sales. Postively no Will be sold on easy terms. In fact most any sort of terms youvant , Possession at once or any time to buyer come anyway. Ladies especially invited. January 1,1921. Everybody come. If you Brass Band. Dinner. Money and presents;.given aWay,' Hear Bolivar Bond, the silver tongued auctioneer. R. H. Dever will be at the farm all the Week. Call, W. E. Moss or R. H.'Dever at our offices in Danville l TT.of- f .ll.nnn . - -l uyuKMuui Or IaiUe5 auu lUUUlga, iuv.u ic(wiauiu all 1 1 1 -- THIS IS;A"TRACTORFARMlA jjgjf y V copthmp with ' by-bi- ds a r-- 1 .ruUhnu - Ed-Butl- er is-sti- ii . i, SWINEBROAD, the Man of Lancaster, Ky, Sates Manager Real-Estate n , r s