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V The following is taken from their the There is'no longer a doubt but oil been Woiford the second highest grade. home paper: has been found, in paying quantities, spending several days in this section, There were eight second class certifiA marriage on Campbell Bros., farm near Creels of much interest to left early last week for Bowling Green boro, in Russell county. For some their many friends was that of Mrs. cates and seventeen failures. where, he went to meet his father, Mr Pinkie Davis and Mr. George Maddox, time flattering reports have been givBiley Allen and other prominent oil More Taxes Now in Effect. en out in regard to the prospects in which was solemnized at Rockledge men from New York state. The AlSunday, June sixth, in the presence this particular locality, and while len people expect to begin drilling County Clerk, S. C. Neat, has notimany were optimistic, there were of a large number of friends and reloperations here at an early date. fied all gas stations of the one cent: doubting Thomases, but at this time atives Mr. G. A. Roy, president of the Roy The bride was lovely in a. navy blue tax on eacli gallon of gasoline sold beall doubts have been dispelled, and Petroleum Company, Covington, was Georgette with all accessories to ginning June 17. everybody in this section are satisfied' ijere last week looking after their op This act was passed by the recentL match. Mrs. Maddox is very popular that a paying oil field has been openNations on Damron Creek and insession of the last Legislature and Is av ed, and that the territory will be dewith a large circle of friends having specting leases held by the company American Legion of Kentucky. won them by her charming personal- part of the new license tax law, that veloped at once. in other sections of, Adair. Mr. Roy increases the liceosef'on soft drinks, ity. In order to back our statement we is one of the live wire operators and September 3rd and 4th has been Mr. Maddox is a prominent mer- hotels,, automobiles, and about fifty oc will announce that Mr. John W. he has great faith in Adair county sixty other items. Flowers, cashier of the Bank of Co- designated by the State Exetutive chant and farmer of Rockledge. proving to be one of the big oil fields lumbia, Mr. W. A. Coffey, County Committe of the American Legion of Immediately after the ceremony a The price of gas will be raised ona of the country. Their drilling operaAttorney of Adair, Mr. A. D. Tatte-son- , Kentucky as the time, for the Second sumptuous dinner was served at the cent per gallon after June 17 to pay tions on the John Rector farm have implement dealer, and four or Annual State Convention of the beautiful country home of the groom this state tax. been delayed from various causes and The new license tax law reduced-taxemen and women of the Great About two hundred and fifty guests five other representative citizens, of well No. 1 has not yet been completed, on no article bat increased tha rendered Such a la-- is already in ex- this place, visited the scene last Wed- War. were invited. but the work is now progressing nice- istence tax on nearly every article, and placed other states and the nesday They found that two wells Announcement is made from State Their many friends extend to them ly, and is favorable for a a tax on many articles not taxed herev good strike in that locality. Before penalty for its violation is such that had. been brought in and the third Headquarters that representation will heartiest congratulations. tofore. worthless stock schemes noIonger one started. These wells were put be determined by the number of mem-berleaving hecg'Mrv Roy gave out the inFor Sale. thrive in those states. Each post will gave one repdown by the McMead Oil and Gas For Sale formation that they are doing everyresentative and one alternate and Company, a number of local men havthing in their power to secure anothPUBLIC AUCTION. We will sell privately this week seving interest. in the way of stock. It one additional representative for each er drilling rig for Adair, and that as 1917, model touring car First class one hundred members whose State eral nice pieces of furniture and is confidently believed by those who soon as one is available they will becondition, new tires. Price reasonable. 250 Barrels of Corn. have been upon the ground, that No. and National dues have been paid. other good articles Mrs,. Lola Lovett, See, gin operatious in the western part of Richardson and Goff . Lorena Grubbs. 1 of these wells will yield one hundred There are one hundred and thirty Mrs The county near Pickett's Mill. On Saturday June 26th, on the barrels per day and No. 2 equally as two local posts in the State. Each Mrs. E. K. Sparks called last FriInterest iu the Creelsboro field conAn Outing. much. The driller feels sure that the post will send its delegatibn with inday and paid her subscription, saying: tinues unabated and oil men and oth- premises of Roy Bennett, better as to the sentiment preLast Monday morning Mrs. Mary "I expect to take The News as long ers interested in the development of known as the Tom Epperson farm third well will be brought in at once. structions vailing among the Legionaires of its Biggs' Sunday school clas3 left for the as I live, unless misfortune should fthe territory are daily visitors to this located one mile southwest of Mr. Patteson brought a quart of tiie oil home and it is pronounced extra vicinity regarding the big issues now High Bridge and other points in Cen- come and could Among those who were here section. not raise the price, I Montpelier, on the Columbia and fine, as its analysis will show which facing the Legion and all tral Kentucky. The jolly crowd was but I am not looking for that to ocduring the past week were four repmen Local Posts are urged to see made up with the following named cur." resentatives of the Cumberland Pipe Jamestown road, I will sell for the is given below. Wooden tanks are now being made that their officers make returns for all persons: Line Co., driving through the conntry high dollar two hundred and fifty new members in order that the post Nell Smith, Minnie Bradley, Anna For Saie. so as to get a line dn general condi- barrels of good com. This corn which will be used until metal tanks arrive. This oil will probably be may secure its proper representation Dohoney, Louise Grissom, Pearl Bentions. They expressed considerable will be sold in lots of 5 to 25 barconvention nett, Margaret Coffey, Rachel Coffey, A fine Red milch co w. Call Phoca interest in our local development, and rels. Sale begins promptly at 10 barged and shipped by river to Burn-sid- at the men and women re- Opal Waggener, Marguerite All Again, it is less than twenty Bennett, 66. stated there would be do trouble o'clock. Terms made known on miles from these wells to a pipe line gardless of whether they served in Virginia Smith, Mary Jones, May about getting our product to market running to Cumberland county from France or in this country or whether Bradley, Eula Workman; Nathaniel Eld. W.G. Montgomery, who a. just as soon as conditions would wa- day of sale. they had the title of Major General or Somerset. Ray P. Caldwell. Tutt, Allen Patteson, Leightou short time ago, resigned as pastor of rrant the expenditure necessary for Both Mr. Flowers and Mr. Coffey buck private in the rear rank are Smythe, Barksdale Hamlett. Harlan the church at Campbellsville, building the line. With the good Columbia, Ky. and speak in the most glowing terms' of eligible to membership and all have Judd, Ira Hutchison, E P. Waggener went to Madisonville. has accepted wells already in at Creelsboro and Col. J. S, Breeding, Auctionee. the outlook, saying that all indica- an equal voice and- - vote in determin- Rich Smythe. Mrs. J. P. Hutchison a call from Somerset Church and will others drilling iu this section there is 34-- 2 tions point to Campbell Bros , becom- ing the policies of the Legion. go to that city September first He is, and Mrs Biggs chaperone the party. no question but tlitf time " is not' ing very wealthy men The bringing an able minister and very much in far distant when we will see oil marLogan Bomar Robbed in of these wells will stimulate other Quarterly Meetings, Columbia Dis- Mr. R J npVdi enting the demaud. keted f torn this territory. operators, and ere long a number of Buchanan Lyon Company, was over trict, fourth Round. During the past week it has been Last Sunday night, near mid- wells will be put down iu this section Mis3 Bonnie Judd, of this place, will the from Campbellsville Saturday, talking my privilege to cover considerable night hour, Logan Bomar of color, of the State. It is believed that a his business He has evidently sold teach the Eighth grade and part of territory in this and adjoining coun- was robbed of $34.15 He has a Jamestown, Rowena, July little number of capitalist will reach rhis more Ford machines in the last few the Seventh in the Falmouth, Pendle ties thereby getting information first store on the pike, and he did not leave locality an early day. They should 3Jp. m.,-- 5 Renox, Terry'aJuly 4, at years than any other one man in the ton county High School. Miss Ruth hand, and I feel no hesitancy in statit until after eleven o'clock. He went be given the courtesies that such an Bear Creek, Goose Creek, July 6. State, and at this time he can not get Stapp, who lives near Montpelier, ing that to the best of my belief, the will teach in the same school and will to his dwelling, on Oak Hill, and retir- immense industry has been brought to Peytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, Jnly cars quickly enough to meet all de claim.-- , made concerning the oil outed When he awoke Monday morning this part of Kentucky and which will mands He is at all times favoring have charge of the Fourth grade. 8. look in this section are not overdrawn his trousers, in which was the money, grow as the days come aud go. his friends, and the editor of this The school will open the 13th of Sepby any means, and we now have such Albany, Albany, July 10 11. M. was gone. He instituted a search and J. E. paper is behind with him in return- tember. a start in tiie matter of development, fo'ind his pants one hundred yards Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 ing compliments. and so much interest is being shown srom his dwelling, but his money had Austialia has seen the "light," Cofley's Chapel, The following is an extract from a Russell Springs, Realizing the economic necessity of in the territory by operators and disappeared. He sent for blood- letter received by Air N. B. Falken- - July Paid List. permanent roads for the use of ttiat it begins to look as if hounds. buiy, of Jamestown, Ky., regarding a Cane Valley, MilUown, July 22, some Dig things wilt happen in the motor trucks, numerous test of a sample of oil taken from McThe following are new paid subscribPicketts, Maple Hill, July 23. Removed. important projects are now being uear'fULure. At Creelsboro I found Mead Oil Co.'s well No 1 The 'etter ers and renewals since our issue of last Pierce, Sulphur Well, July launched, according to A. G. Cameron, the McMead Oil Company very activeTuesday. was written at Lexingto u, Ky , under 31 July Greensburg, Earley's, ly engaged in drilling aud pumping Mr Floyd R. Allen, C. S Harris, manager of the Goodyear Australian I have removed my tin shop to the date of June 7, 1920. Aug. 1 and tue will soon have another well brick building above the residence of Ray Caldwell, J. E. Miller, T. D. division of the company. Sold by "Had the oil from Russell Co., run Summersville, Hodges, Aug 1, 3 p Flanagan, Mrs. E. K. Sparks, Finis Buchanan Lyon Co. in near the two tine wells already Dr. John N Murreil I have on hand the other day and got a very high re- m completed on tiie Campbell Bros, roofing, guttering and all other maBault, Dr. W. E. Lester, G. A. Roy, port, 42 per cent, gasoline, 14 per cent, Casey Creek, Old Providence. Aug. 5 M. M. Hood, G. P. Smythe, Noah Cottage for rent. farm Their tanks are placed on an terial used in a tin shop I also do kerosene, 5 per cent, asphalt, balance Grady v'rlle, Prices, Aug. 7 8 Dr- - W.F. Cartwright elevation about one fourth of a mile plumbing aud repair radiators. Alt Akin, Mrs. W. E. McWhorter, Mis3 lubricating stock with a percentage Burkesville, Marrow Bone, Aug. 14- - S. R. Marcum. distant from Cumberland River, and work guaranteed: shop phone No. 31; of parrafin which they did not run 15. The infant daughter of Mr. and :' ' they can run their oil by gravity rsideuce, 24. down to determine. Mrs. W. D, Jones, one day old, died s " TompkiusviUe, Weslej3, Aug. 15, 3 ' pressure from the tanks to barges on 34-Edwin Cravens. Lost. last Tuesday morning. The Interment ' It is pretty high grade stuff p m h the river, thereby overcoming any was in the family lot, city cemetery, Southern Refinery men here did it and Fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. 18 u Notice. loss from delay in waiting on the conA silk umbrella, brownish handle Tuesday afternoon. The community ' said it was tiie best they .had tested Temple Hill, New Salem, Aug. struction of a pipe line. Well No. 2 which is in the shape of the letter L., feels the deepest sorrow for the bereft from this state and if there was Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, 'Aug. on this lease continues to attract a To any and all election officers who the handle mounted with gold. The parents. enough of it to go after they would 9 great,deal of interest by its flowing may be holding kejs to Locks on Balfinder will return to put a barge on the river 'and take it Monticello, Monticello, Aug 29, 8 p. and spurting up at times as much as lot Boxes, and also Seals, are request' Under the law, passed by the last Mrj. G. R. Reed. sixty to seventy feet iu the air. The ed to return them to County Clerk's out to Burnside and ship it from m., Central Union, Aug 30. Legislature, cutouts on all cars had to " We3t Mouticeilo, Bethesday, Aug. 31 quality of oil secured tiiere is said by offceatonce, and save the County there The Adair circuit court will conyene be removed last Thursday, the 17th Yours truly, C vllle ct , Millers, Sept. experts to be the finest ever found in cost of buying new ones. Mo iday tne5th. A large crowd will Gasoline advanced one cent on the (Signed) S A Hole Elkhorn, Wesley's Sept 5 8 p. m.-the State Very Truly, evidently be present, and perhaps one gallon, the one cent being road tax. 3 Sept. S G Neat Clerk A C. C. or more of the Congressional candi Mr E. S Perrie, Winchester, Ky., For.S-il.-- . Mannsville, Merrlrcac, 12 3 p m 13 representing the Texas Oil Company, dates. We invite the friends of the Since his rutufu from College, Mr. Sparksvnle, Hogards, Sept. 8 Evelyn McLean, the twelve year News to call at the office, and those Edward Hamlett has been makiop one of the largest operatars and pro Columbia, Tabor, Sept who know that they are in arrears for himself handy about the printing ofducers outside of the Standard, has old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George As Administrator of the estate of T J Wade, P. E been here in the past few days looking McLean, celebrated her birthday last the late Ned Murray, 1 offer for sale the paper, we would appreciate a re fice. He Is thinking seriously of learning the business. mlr.f.iLnO.rt.....over certain acreage they coutro. m Tuesday. The hours of entertain- his late residence and 7 acres of land. Mr. aud Mrs Norman Morrison eel-e- h this territory, and he stated before ment were from 2 to 5 p. m. Quite a It is on the Campbellsville pike two rated the 9th year of their marriage Miss Bonnie Judd has accepted a poleaviug that it was probable ihey number of her young friends called, miles from Columbia. This property Certificates Awarded evening. A delight iast. Weon-bd- a sition In this officer and from tha would begin driliing operations here cake aud ice cream being served. is to be sold privately. Call on the .t. supper was spread and a number ful start she has made, we judge that sha Miss Evelyn received a number of undersigned. at no distant date. . of special friends invited After sup- applicants will make a splendid compositor. She There were thirty-fou- r t Golan Butler, Admr. A representative of the Standard uice presents, and the afternoon was per several hours were passed fn so- - for certificates "to teach before the possesses a good education 'which, is ' was here during the very much enjojed by the entire par- Oil Company oial converse . Adair County'Board at the May ex- - very necessary iu setting a clean Will Leave Columbia Soon. week getting all the information .pos- ty. amination The papers were sent to proof. sible to be secured relative to local Mr. John E. (Jack) Moore, brother Frankfort for examination. They "" The Adair County Institute will conditions, and he paid a visit to the Mr. J. C. Reece, of Montpelier, was ChapMr. E. F. Mullinix and his daugh- of Mrs. J. F. Montgomery, this place, were returned last, week, the result convene in the Lindsey-Wilso- n Creelsboro field. Like all other rephere Friday and, reported that wheat Monday, July 5. It will be con- ter, Miss Sarah, who have been living died in Dallas, Texas, a few days ago., being as follows: ,. . el resentative of the Standard he had ducted by Prof. J.- - W,'Irland, of in our midst, for a( number d; years, He was fifty eight yeari pld,A more .,LoBCyi.Wolford,;Alto.MorKan, harvesting was going on in his section. Myr-tnd-d wl a ever to give out upo.i Frankfort;- - 'AC UiacliersiiiiiLhe-coua- will be ijiven next: li ltaivnouuK. ihgir many friends nothing "will bid adieu.fco notice Hsuhjj, Pearl He said in somS fields the wheat was ' ' Wufchi,v i ti' - here the firstof July and wilf leave week. Vorkman, 1 fR ijTgood; in othBfslwj-thlri- . V. .' his return from the rleld T eif p mi'St alien i Mr. Flo yd R. Allen, who has ce resentatives are dropping in on us every few days and it would seem that they are planning something to pull off in this terrirory whenever they consider the time ripe. The "Blue Sky" act of the last General Assembly, which was neither 'approved nor disapproved by the Governor, became a law of the State on Thursday last, June 17th, and is now in full force and effect. It has a spec iai bearing upon the sale of oil stocks in the State in that it is unlawful to offer for sale or sell the stock of any company, either domestic or foreign, until after due authority and license has been granted by the Banking Department of the State. This is done only after the closest investigations as to their manner of organizations. It also fixes the rata of commission to be paid on the sale of stocks, which is only a fair compensation for services v in-man- y Oil at Creelsboro. for Cumberland county and will locate near Burkesville. Their correct manner of living has endeared them to the people of this community, and their departure will be regretted by all who have the pleasure of knowing them. They are devout members of the Baptiat Church, and have been liberal contributors upon the ordinances of the organization, and have been found in their pews at each Sunday service, the kind of people who make a community better for having lived in it; Hays, Bettie first-clas- Cundiff, O. G. Rows,, 'Miss Alta Morgan received highest grade and Miss Loracy s the-outloo- s. e. ce ? L)i 3-- 4. cap-talis- ts 17-1- 8. pat-aenger- and 24-2- 5 -2 2t 21-2- 2 1- 28-2- 4-- 6 e, 12-1- 18-1- 9 .i -- 34-2- v j ,,'. & ?r adAir county news EVERYTHING IN OF I am now H R Bm flfc Hj HH H Bk U B Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. rfcady to supply young men, old men and boys Sfael Fence Posts I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you ne ed any with clothing. thing in this line, call at once. 1 ? 1 1 DEHLER BROS. CO. Incornoraicd 116 CaatfMatkel Mreei Between First and Brook v Louisville, Ky. 33&Q&0S;3&G$G8G$eaa238C38GBO3O3G3fta AUTOMOBILE LINE j Columbia and GanipDellsvilie 8 TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. SHOES! SHOES!! I g 8 TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them 8 8 8 1 right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. J Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsvilie 9:30 p. m. and p. m. 8 K 8 PHONE- S:- t Columbia. 123 ) Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. 3S8C203G$0??2888G 308G80BOS30$3G&GS3G BUGGIES AND WAGONS . Colun bia Barber Shop B have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. LOY RidA .Sc LOWE Sanitary both Satisfaction and Gratification are Guaranteed. Shop,-where Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Jt .matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. The Right Ki For The loo GiiEENSBUKG, W San Diego, Cal. KENTUCKY. fT i a j& efi? S-a- y cHi r--9 Hii- - Hs- - 3 5lfP "ftV-- P HiVfc- - v a ex Dear friends: As tam at ure for a few hours I will write a few lines to the paper and let you all know I am still alive. I hope this finds everybody well and seeing a good time. Well, friends, ou know I am not seeing the world now, for we have laid our ship up to the dock and have been here for eight months and have no chance to get away. I was in Los Angeles, on a 72 day leave, this week. I stopped at a hotel on Broadway for 24 hours and I had a long talk with the landlady. She asked me where I was from and I told her I was from Kentucky and what part. She asked me if I knew an old man by the name of R. 0. Kelt-ne- r I told her I did and 1 found that she was hiB sister. Uncle 'Bob may expect a letter from leis- air station and rode with the bird men a short time and I think it will be the last unless the wind blows it up. He took us up about a thousand feet and turned about five flips and when we landed I was blue in the face from being sick. Well, as I have to go on watch and must close, wishing all good I remain as ever, luck, B. Sparks Bartlesvllle, OKla. 'her soon. Well, friends, I am taking the News and you don't know how glad I am to get it every week. I will ask Mr. Wilmore to write all the news he can. He did not write a letter this week, and furthermore I would love to see a letter from Mr. Simpson Rowe in the paper. I will tell you of a little spin I had Sunday when I went to the Editor News: I guess I will break my rule of writing only when there is danger of missing a copy of the good old paper. I see that your Oil boomlet is growing nicely and for fear some of your sure enough oil men saw and dedected the mis take about that big well out here, instead of 5,000 barrels an hour it should have read 500 as it was reported at the time, it came in, but from last report it had' dwindled down to less than a thousand a day of 24 hours. The original oil well in Oklahoma is in the City park here and is pumping one and a half a day. When it waB drilled it took three two inch pipea to con vey the oil to the tank, natural I was puzzled and the runs don't expect them to keep only way that I could account for it up. it was that Hert had moved his I want to send greetings and Kaiser lovers from Louisville to God speed to Private Davis, of the eighth to punish Wilson for Liberty. I would like to see wringing the "All Highest" neck Eor Sale by Paull Drug Co. him beat the "hind sights" off and throwing him over the fence "Captain" Swope, whose only into Holland. ws.iuajuv.twwgw; and in bed. qualifications that I could see What did we get out of the Now, if any readers has a con(from this distance) was that he A. F. SCOTT war? Yea, what is the world trary view, I should like to hear was the scion of one the pair of getting out of it? Yea, what? M. P. Dudley it. gladiators, who shot and carved Thanks e) to the jealousy of our each other to pieces, over which would-b- e DEALER IN Wellingtons and Bluchof the two should be G. O. P. ers. Our Von Hinden Woods et. A bad taste iu the mouth comes GARFORD TRUCKS boss of Kentucky, and his abilal., but chiefly, of course, the G. from a disordered stomach and slug ity to abuse his commander-in-chieU, 2, 3i, AND 5 TON gish state of the bowels. Herbine cor0. P. the only president in the If the readers will pardon the rects the trouble immediately It For Low Cost per Ton, Mile memory of the writer, over 50 personal tone I would like to tell purifies the bowels, helps digestion, SEE years, that could look down, jusfhow the war and its results and sweetens the breath. Price, Wc with compassion on the human A. F. SCOTT, struck me and mine, and ask the Sold by Paull Drug Co. ants being trampled under the readers Casey Creek, Ky. I how it strikes him or feet of the interests and their her? When There were 500 homicides in wwuum?tw,,UMl I""" " our part in it side partner, the G. O. P. Yea, invitable I joyfully saw my the British Isles last year and whose visions went to those be- two boys answer our country's and 10,000 in the United States, ing trampled by Kings and Kaiscall to arms and for our ideals, the contrast bearing eloquent ers and almost gave his. life for to see mankind freed and the testimony to the laxness of HENRY Vf. DEPP, them, but, alas, the interests of juries, and the abuses of the world made a brotherhood of UENTIST the G. O. P. is greater than peace. I would be willing to see pardoning and parole power. theirs. one or both to lay down their They are having a great love Am permanently located in lives. If, however, we and the feast up at Chicago now and Columbia. world have gotten all that is to of them think more All Classes of Dental Work Done. be had, I say thanks to the G. 0. 9HQNEV RACK of William Hohlenzolern than quest! onifHunt'sSal Crownadge and Inlay Work a P. I am glad that my boys took without the treatment of Eczema, falls In they do of Woodrow Wilson. Tetter. Ringworm, Itch, etc. become discouraged no more risks than they did and Don't other treatments failed. Specialty. Why? Speaking of A. T. Hert Hunt' Salre bat relieved hunwhen the time comes for them dreds of such cases. You can't All Work Guaranteed and eighth congressional district. Money Bach to answer the last roll call as my lose on oarTry It at our risk Guarantto. Office: next door to post office. When the news came that the son, Robert, did the 23rd of Febyoung blatherskite had been ruary last, that it was at home Sold by Paull Drug Company. blood-makinrun-dow: flow. So if you strike any big elected most pQwerful and beneficial tonic in all medicine for the nerfea ia iron. The greatest authorities agree on thi But it is a mistake- to take any form of iron and expect td got satisfactory results. Most of the common forma of iron are ?ha,ti is known in science as "inert" when takenxnto the human system. By this it ia meant that they exert no action whatever. Perhaps this i3 why yon have been disappointed when you have taken certain pilla or tablets or tonics said to contain Iroh.TSsdwx-si&The ne.wway to restore iron to the blood the surest and most dependable of all methods ia through the use of Acid Iron MineraL3Thi3 is a natural form of soluble iron it is not prepared artificially by chemists like most medicinal iron, but fa found inNaturo Itself, combined with other highly beneficial remedial agents.1 The story of the discovery of thi3 now form of iron read3 almost like a fairy tale and medical sciencQ ha3 g proved in thousands of cases i ts remarkable p owers. Acid Iron Mineral may be procured, in liquid form at any drag store, it contains no alconol or mrurious drugs anqwu blacken the teeth. It has been especiallynotedtHatpalcv ' children, weak, n nersona and thosa enfeeMed hm show improvement and exhibit Increased strength almost meaiareiy airer starting treatment 33jq blood and - (5 f, be-cam- e ( nine-tent- hs KZEHA IS?? sa &f ADAIR "LOTUS" PLANT A CQUffTY NEW are either good or sweet GIFTED SINGER COMING. MYSTERY MOB'S ACTION SELDOM JUST Letting George Do It. Scientists in Dispute as to What Kind of Food Had Such Remarkable Effects. Henry Watterson Wrote Feelingly on the Brute Nature of Mankind, When Herded in Groups. The people en masse we call the mobs. Mobs have rarely try. been right never except when capaThey seem to think that all bly led. It was the mob In Paris that made the Reign of Terror. they have to do is to ask and we Mobs have seldom been tempted, even though they had small chance to go will hand over the food. wrong, that they have not gone wrong. America has been generous in The "people" is a fetish. It was the-- people, misled, who precipitated the past in dividing its food the South Into the madness of seces- supply with Europe, even when sion and the ruin of a hopelessly unequal war of sections. . . . we had to deny ourselves to do This is merely to note the mortal it. But the war is over and fallibility of man, most fallible when herded in groups and prone to do In war conditions and necessities ' the aggregate what he would hesitate that above described. no longer exist. The Egyptian lotus is a kind of to do when left to himself and his water lily, whose superb flowers look Individual accountability. The American farmer is very Under a wise dispensation of powlike huge pink tulips. Once upon a time it grew wild along the banks of er, despotism, we are told, embodies short of help and crop outlooks the Nile, and the surmise is that ori- the best of all government The trouaccording ginally It was fetched from India, ble is that despotism Is seldom, if are not of the best, where It Is native. It was regarded ever, wise. It Is its nature to be incon- published reports. anciently as the emblem of the Nile, siderate, being essentially selfish, Experts predict a shortage of and the symbol of the creation of the grasping and tyrannous. As a rule, therefore, revolution usually of force foodstuffs next winter, with the Egypworld from the waters. To the has been required to change or retians it was a sacred plant. They cultivated it in ponds and tanks, form It Perfectibility was not de- possibility of bread and soup wreathing their heads with the blos- signed for mortal man. . . . Henry lines in the cities of our own soms on festive occasions. Watterson in '"Marse Henry,' an Aucountry. The lotus has had a wonderful influ- tobiography." ence upon architecture. Its leaves and If this should happen Europe buds appear in the capitals of classic FORGERY A CAPITAL OFFENSE cannot expect us to meekly hand columns and in every sort of antique decorative carving it is the motif most Under English Law It Was Punishable over the food we need to sustain frequently chosen. The art work of by Death Until Comparatively Japan (into which country It was imlife among our own people. Recent Years. ported) is inspired by it to a greater Exporting profiteers would of extent than by anything else in naForgeries are not modern crimes. ture. In 10o2. the fifth year of Elizabeth's course take advantage of the sitreign, the British parliament passed uation and send food to Europe DEER PROFITABLE TO RAISE a special act against forgery "to amend the small, mild and easy pun- at enormous gains to themselves. Said to Require Little Care and Thrive ishment" then in force. By this act But the public will not have it any person found guilty of forgery on Diet of Weeds and was sentenced to pay double costs and so. If such is attempted the Leaves. damages, was to be set in the pillory protest will be lung Many years ago over most of the in some open market town, and there roar of the publicly to have both ears cut off, his and deep and will engulf any United States the deer roamed free and hnppy; but he 1ms been hunted nostrils slit and cut. and seared with attemps to starve and driven back to give place to the a hot Iron, "so as they remain for a person who perpetual mark of his falsehood," the American women and children towns and cities, until, like the Indian, he is a rare sight In the last unhappy forger to finally lose all his possessions and be imprisoned for for the sake of selling to Europe few years, however, deer are growing life. in favor as an easy and profitable kind at great personal profit. In 1634, according to 'Edward H. of stock to raise. America neither a3ks aim3 Deer can thrive where a goat would Smith, in the Saturday Evening Post, starve to death. They do not eat forgery was made' a "capital offense nor favors from any country. green grass until there is nothing else without benefit of clergy," which meant We are ready to relieve disto eat They will reacli up six feet that a man might not escape the gibto get leaves from bushes and trees. bet on account of high birth in case tress across the water when No shelter is required in winter, as he were convicted as a forger. This for other stock, as the deer prefer to monstrous law remained in effect un- conditions and humanity permit, stay out in the open. til 90 years ago, when many types of but we are not willing to send Deer have their young in June, usu- forgery were taken off the lists of ally twins, except the first year. They capital crimes, along with such fa- our own people to bed hungry are by far the healthiest animals there miliar offenses as burglary, brigand- in order to do it. are. A deer is a great homebody. He age, picking pockets and stealing Europe can work and produce likes to drink at his own drinking bread. place. if it will. It should quit piddlDeer are very contented to graze Street Nomenclature. with the cows, keeping the weeds down The practice of giving numbers and ing and squabbling and cultiIn the pasture. Thrift Magazine. letters Instead of names to the streets vate that will. n$d avenues of our cities Is so familiar "Letting George do it,' to us that It excites no thought exHappiness Not Found in Crowds. cept of its convenience. It Is a But Contact with great crowds Is no doesn't appeal strongly to us, guarantee of happiness. Almost every practice often remarked upon by forman at some time or another gets the eigners as peculiar to the United especially when we are expected fever for the great city. If he could States and as evidence of the matter to make ourselves a universal only mingle with the crowds that of fact, unimaginative character of our and perpetual George. throng the streets and rub shoulders people. Historical dates have been called with multitudes striving for success or Unlimited pleasures he would be picturesque names for streets. The Itching diseases can be controlled sure to revel In happiness. How rude French set the fashion In this respect Paris has its Rue du 29 Juillet and its and cause removed by applying Balthe awakening must be when lie tries This fad has lard's Snow Liniment. The relief is The great city doesn't know you Rue du Septembre. have entered it You may be the spread even to South America. Buepermanent. Three waysides, the armor of house prompt and you may nos Aires has its Parque 3 du oracle of your own town-buits July Promenade, its lGth of sizes, 30c, 60c and. $1 20 per bottle. hold expenses being no hard for stand on the street of the city and watch the passers-bfor hours at a November square and also its 25th of Sold by Paull Drugr Co them to penetrate. time and no one will say a word to May street you. There is no more lonesome feelThere is a measure of coming In the world than that of feeling Tomb a Tramp's Home. Out in Wyoming the experiment mendations due dhe person who yourself alone in the midst of people. A tramp who had solved the presenIt's as bad as being thirsty in the mid- t-day problem of where to live by of having two municipal tickets serenely hopes for the be3t, dle of the ocean. Crowds do not give taking up his abode In one of the old in the town of one com- but there's a deal more coming Iaxon, happiness. Exchange. Roman tombs at Aries, on the Rhone, posed of women nominees and to gave two Dutch tourists the fright of the one who goes out and rustheir lives. Shakespeare as Poacher. the other of men, has given the tles for it They had gone out to see the reIn the description of the amenities mains by moonlight, when suddenly men something tc ponder about. Stratford-on-Avoof the Shakespeare hotel, m m which was recently put up at out of a tomb emerged a human form With all the women victorious, If you have reason to think you auction, the story is revived that which the moon caused to appear exShakespeare came before Sir Thomas ceedingly ghostlike. The tourists fled even to the one who ran against child is suffering fron worms, take Lucy on a charge of stealing deer at top speed for the town, declaring her hnsband, there was opportuthe safe course use White's Cream from Charlcote park. The charge is that they had seen a resurrection. The Worms can not resist open to the comment that in the time "ghost" was interrogated by the police nity to demonstrate just what Yermifuge of Elizabeth there was no deer park and will be prosecuted for the French can be done by the wives and its expelling influence. Fri ce, 35c at Charlcote. To this it Is retorted that equivalent of wandering without visiSold by Paull Drug Co. daughters who have hitherto deer were to be found In many parks ble means of subsistence. not described as deer parks. As to all looed on while the civic house- Melon Grown in Africa Placed on which It may be suggested that Great Secret of Success. Shakespeare .'tijy have been brought The secret of success Is in oneself, keeping was more or less negSale in Kansas. before Lucy for stealing any deer not In "pulls," outside Influence, capilected. within his jurisdiction. tal. This Is one of the reasons that the poor young man and young woman All Sorts. who find themselves utterly dependent Men Always Lovers of Color. A melon, weighing about three of color can be traced upon their own effort are largely the Men's love pounds, which was raised in to the dawn of history. Perhaps the ones who win out In life, because their rainbow offered itself as a color card very lacks drive them into themselves Don't trv to cram a man's South Airica, arrived in El to the Babylonians, Egyptians and as their only chance. The history makers are those who knowledge in a man's head.' Dorado last week consigned to the Chinese, for history reveals the fact th0. centuries before the Chris- have been forced to make their own tian era color played an important way In the world, compelled to "sink Profiteering? Piffle! How Can a local grocery company. The on their own Initiative. part in their art and architecture. In or swim," melon was sent to the local store "vvery-bod- y Egypt, water colors made of powdered They are the ones who have pushed such a thing be when by a produce deale r in Chicago, pigments, mixed with gums and water, civilization up. Orison Swett Marden, sdoing now? Dally News. were used in the temples and on the In Chicago who received a large shipment. Some people wait until they monuments of the ancient dynasties. Of the melons the first of the Specimens of Egyptian art color work For a Traveler. are done to turn, and then turn are exhibited in the University of week from a grower of the dark When a traveler returneth home, let Pennsylvania Museum of Art; the ear- him not leave the countries where he over to be done again. continent. The melon shows nc liest date back about 9,000 years. hath traveled altogether behind him; A secret remains a secret un-ti- ll letbut maintain a correspondence by marks of its long travel and is a woman can find some one ters with those of his acquaintance What She Wanted to Say. being offered for sale for $4. A small girl in a street car was try- which are of most worth. And let his in whom to confide. ing to say something which her moth- travel appear rather In his discourse Prophets insist that clothing er appeared to be greatly trying to than in his apparel or gesture ; and in A Federal fudge in Philadelsuppress. Several times the little one his discourse let him be rather advised to tell and food are coming down. phia has held unconstitutional started, and each time the mother in his answers, than forward leaned over to her and enjoined stories ; and let it appear that he doth As far as the clouds probably. portion of the Lever Act, which silence. When the mother thought her not change his country manners for good to permits prosecutions for excessforeign parts ; but only prick Life is sweet and it is child had been effectually squelched those pf the youngster blurted out; 'I don't in some flowers of that he hath learned quutoms of hint own beW. earth but not all on earth ive profits on foodstuffs. run. ,'AZi-t- ' lady m'er.'tliei-- jays iiiu abroad into tl I'.acou." . country. Lord and it .goes 'isn't.'" ... What was the plant the "lotus eaters" ate, which so destroyed their "pep," strangers who visited their land and partook of the remarkable vegetable losing all desire to return to home and friends? There has been no end of dispute on the subject. One thing is certain, however, Is that it could not have been the Egyptian lotus, which within recent years has begun to be widely grown In water gardens. This plant develops tubers, deep in the mud, which are about the size of hens' eggs and good to eat, but the eating of them lias no sucli deleterious effect as In the opinion of the average foreign country America is one constitute what vast hive of agricultural indus- ... it In reading many of the pointed paragraphs of the day we find them all but the point. Sure the world is safe for democracy, but democracy appears any thing but safe sor itself. Faddists who don overalls have reason to be elated. They at least have the appearance of working. When every man takes up the study of poli tical economy we will have more economy and and less politics. At the present co3t of sugar some of our dainty maidens should bring a high price in the market of osculatory sweets. A New York woman claims to messages receive telegraphic from her son who has been dead for two years. Next! The king and queen of Belgium are becoming plebian in their habits. They travel from pathy, as well as in ease of producGIFTED SINGER COMING. Brussels to England by aeroJane MacConnell, contralto, comes tion and certainty of method, is unto our Chautauqua as a member of the usual." Racine. Wisconsin, "Completeplane. Metropolitan Opera Quintet. Glen ly captivated her audience. Proved And advertisement conveys Gunn in the Chicago Tribune says herself an artist of wonderful ability." a contralto She holds one of the highest the startling information that of her: in "Possesses richness and voice church positions in Chicago. salaried sym warmth, which silk stockings are coming down THE CRITERION GLEE CLUB. Shocking, shocking-bu- t where? Something radically wrong south of us. This morning's paper failed to record the new Mexico president for the day. During the war in many cities people cultivated their back yards to be patriotic or graddish Now they are glad to do it as an aid to three eats a da y. Of course we Americans have to admit that we are just a little bad, but there's consolation in the thought that we learned our naughtiness from others. It is interesting to note the remarkable decrease in number of keyholes since the country went dry. Or perhaps the eyesight of humanity improving. Every ton of sea water is said comedy quartet comes and the papers called them great, to contain one grain of gold. onThis famous day of our Chautauqua. with excellent singing voices and pieaj the third , At this ratio the seas contain They played New York in vaudeville ty of comedy. about ninety billion tons of the PREACHER-HUMORIS- T WELL KNOWN BARITONE. COMING. yellow metal. Help yourself Even cupid is feeling the effects of the high cost of living. His darts ara fa lling by the Dil-lar- d t Feb-rer- o, y n, We are sure everyone will be delighted to know that Dr. James Whit comb Brougher, one of the foremost pulpit orators of today, will lecture on Hugh Anderson of Chicago, operatic the fifth night of our Chautauqua, baritone, comes to our Chautauqua ing his famous lecture. "What's with the Metropolitan Opera Quintet, der Your Hat?" Every Sunday Dr. Brougher preaches to the largest regua big singing company. lar congregation in the world. It ia the usual thing to see the great audiH. V. ADAMS. torium seating thirty-fiv- e hundred people filled to overflowing at Sunday evening, with two or mora policemen to handle the crowd. six-thirt- y MR. HENRY CLARK it" JPHh P mT in ffc "PLAY BALL." and-simp- le Dr. Adams lectures at our Chautau qua on "unrpes oi uoia, or me power e .,. i. The Ball Gams and the Game of A twentieth century lecture, made t Life. A dramatic parable that has de lighted and inspired of and clear and well seasoned ,ecea an( WQ for hundreds tfae ,ecturer with- wit. and .humor. title "Play Ball Clark.- - of 'TSV Arr:x-1 r A- - 3 V ''"sr 4- - s" &&- - fflE ADAIR COUNTS news i&ttair J t f in Jamestown Monday. specialist. Mr. Gordon Montgomery will leave Mrs. A. L. Mell, of Leitchfield, is for Jamestown circuit court l'ublislied Pu Wednesday b. visiting her mother and other rel Mrs. J. P. Beard has been quite sick Senator Harding, the Republit Golanv6i&, Kentucky- atives. for several days. can candidate, says that he will Mr. O. S. Harris left for his home, Mrs. W. A. Coffey left Monday not make any campaign speech West Point, Miss., last Friday morn E.MURRELL, Editor for Louisville, to spend ? few days. lie tmnKs to maKe a speaK- - ing. His visit here was very much Mr. G. P. Smythe, Bradentown. - Mgr es. TARS. DAISY HAM LETT. ing campaign would be beneath enjoyed by his many friends. Fla., is spending a few days with dignity of the office he is Mr. Clint Sanders, who left Adair relatives and friends here. He is enDemocratic ntwspapcxdrroted to the Interert the years,ago now a resi- joying a fine practice at his adopted tie City of Colombia and tht popa of Adair seeking. We believe Senator county thirty-siadjoining eoont!i. Texas, is here, on ud home. Harding is correct in his judg- dent of Dallas, visit. Judge .Roll in Hurt reached home last ment. All the speaking he exas second Mr. Wyatt Conover was in Louis- Saturday night. He will not return Entered at the Colomba' pects to do will be at his home, to Frankfort until the first of Septem ville last Saturday. lass mtil matter. when delegations call. Mrs. Chelcie Barger, who was quite ber. Mr. Ralph Hurt, who spent ten days in Frankfort with his father, reThe reason Liberty Bonds and sick for ten days has recovered, and turned with him. WED. JUNE. 23. 1920. is able to be out. Victory Notes are depreciated y Mrs. Maurice Grubbs, of Russells-villMiss Bertha Llojd, and Messrs. K. is not to be found in the B. Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Subscription Price 1st andl2nd Postal Zone Patton and Sanford Hurt, Breed.SOperxer. terms of the bonds and notes; it ing, were in Columbia last Thursday. Lola Lovett. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perfarear Mr. J. O. Russell is in the Louisville A Subscription due and Payable isIAdvance is not to be found in the interMr.R. K. Young, of West Point, est rate or in the tax exemptions; Miss., who spent some days with his market this week. Miss Julia Miller left for Lexington it is to be found in the fact that Columbia friends, started on his Monday morning, accompanied bj Mr. ANNOUNCEMENTS the demands for capital exceed homeward journey Friday morning. J. a. Horton, of Hazard. X CONGRESS. the supply and the demands ex- His many Adair county friends enFOR Mrs. Nat Curd and two daughters, joyed his visit, Mildred and Mary, Bowling Green, X fa ceed the Bupply because the -- ' Miss Amelia Damron, who spent a are visiting at the home of Dr. S. P. We are authorized to announce whole world has been living be week with Miss Margaret Rogers, Miller. SAIiPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, yond its income for five years. nomCampbellsville, returned borne f few a candidate for the Democratic Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor, Camp ' ination for Congress in this, the. Eighth days ago. bellsville,. were here the first of the. Congressional District of Kentucky. Congressman King Swope and Mr. W. D. Jones, who holds a posiweek. State Primary Election Saturday, Mr. Vernon Richardson, editor tion that keeps him upon the road a August 7, 1920. of the Danville Advocate, are great deal of the time, reached 'home Gradyvllle, saying ugly things about each last Thursday afternoon. We are authorized to announce Mies Nell Smith spent several days .FRANK L. RIPY, oflAnderson Coun- other in the newspapers. We We have had weather cold H ty, a Democratic candidate for Con have had their first tilts in our of last week with Miss Opal Taylor, enough for frost for the past gress, in the Eighth district, subject Glenville. possession since Thursday of day or so. to the action of the State primary Mrs. F. A. Rosenbaum and daugh- Coaivty Levi's to the river and jumped in. body was recovered. Her Mrs. Dohoney to consult a throat to-da- y. w I SIX INTERESTING REASON WHY you should wear a Spirella 1. V -- x i i t Post-offi- the most healthful, comfortable and graceful corset boning in the world. 2 Spirella Corsets are hygienic. They can be repeatedly laundered without detriment to boning or material. 3. Spirella Corsets have received certificates and diplomas and are endorsed by the Medical Profession on account of their healthful qualities. 4. Spirella Corsets on account of design and construction have gained every fashion award of note in International Expositions where they have been shown. Hence good style is assured. 5. - The Spirella Stay is By to-da- e, : 6. the Spirella System of Residence Service by trained corsetieres, each garment is selected, made and ad- justed to care for the individual needs of the client. The figure is not compressed into the shape of the corset, a common mold for all, but Spirella has ex- actly the right corset- for each individual. Spirella Coisets are durable and economical. The patented stays are guaranteed against rust and - J fJ j breakage for one year or new corset free. u' MRS. GEO. E. WILSON, SPIRELLA CORSETIERE, Columbia, Ky. Phone 142 X $4 tv y?3 . $ l'.i 3g3gjgggjj Some Real Bargains In Suits eri's alhwool Blue Serge Suits, sizes Good week before last. On account Auguit 7, 1920. of the plane upon which they FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. were pitched, we concluded not We are authorized to announce Hon. to publish either article. We Richard P. Ernst, offlKenton county, would say, however, , that Mr. a Republican candidateifor U. S. Sen- Swope had better steer clear of ator. Primary first Saturday in Au- a buzz saw. gust. Wheat harvest is on this week ters, Misses Mabel and Willie, visited but a light crop in this section. relatives at Glenville last week. Mrs. Mary Farlee visited her daughT Drs. Taylor & Simmons, of teft Mrs. E. K. Sparks, at Joppa, last Greensburg, were in our midst week. Mr. E. S. Pine, Winchester, arrived 36 to 46. style first quality, Regular price $45.00 to $50.00 Our price only $25.00. Young men's latest style waist line slash pockets, etc., $25 Our price $ 7.50. to $30, values, 1 last Saturday. L. B. Cain received a nice in Columbia Thursday night, and Fri day he went to the Creelsboro oil bunch of hogs last Wednesday, field. Mr. E. B. McLean, traveling salesman, was here last Thursday. Mr. Wm. Pemberton, Horse Cave, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. Mr. L. W. Short, Boys suit all colors, good styles, Save from $1.00 to $3.00 to $14.50. suits. The labor organizations of the United States will not support the ticket nominated by the Republicans at Chicago. A large majority of the white women of the United States will support the Democratic ticket, to be nominated at San Francisco. Homer Cummings will make the speech of his life at San Francisco. When you get it, compare it with the essay read by Lodge. Mars Henry Wattersonlis slid ingin. He has announced for Cox for the Presidency. It will not be long until he will be writing for "Democracy, pure and undefiled." All the lynching is not done in the Southern States. On Tues day night, June 15th, three ne gro men were taken from the police in Duluth, Minn., and hanged. They were charged with attacking a young white .girl. Col. E. H. Gaither, of Harrods-bur- g, who was born in Columbia, and who was a gallant Colon nel in the war, has been appointed by Gov. .Morrow as a member of the Council of Defense. Spanish-America- The highest Republican authority, the Washington Post, Bays: "The Republican party will go into the Presidential campaign confronted by the necessity of dodging or apologizing for the sorriest record ever made by any Congress in recent ;years." Amelia McDowell, a thirteen year old giddy girl, of Louisville, wanted to marry. Her parents children; Mrs. W. T. Dohoney and ty. opposed on account of her- age. f Mrs. R. L. Davis, accompanied by Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Custer, who visi-e- d 'Flowers left for Louisville last Tnurs- at the home of Mrs. Scott Todd, a She brooded over her disappoint day morning. From Louisville Mrs. veek, returned to their home- Cincinment until she concluded that Flowers and children will go to Kfe was not worth living, wrote for a visit, Mrs. Davis mis- nati, last Wednesday. j& note to her mother, then went sion is to see a dental surgeon and Messrs. G. R. and E. W. Reed were Hop-kinsvil- Danville, was 3n Columbia last Thursday, Mr. W. W. Owens, Longstreet, and Mr. T. D. Flanagan, Humble, were here the latter part of last week. Mr. Lucian Bell, manager of the Cumberland Grocery House, was with the delegation who went to the Russell oil fields last Wednesday. Mr. C. G. Jefiries, proprietor of the Jeffries Hotel, was also with the party, and he and Mr. Bell both confirm the story published elsewhere in The News. Miss Olevia Durham, of CampbellsMr. G. R. Franks, Bowling Green, ville, who spent two weeks at Nell, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker, was ago. in Columbia last Friday, en route Mr. W. P. Nunnally, the drug man, home. She was accompanied to Nell was here a few days since. by Mrs. Leslie Graves and children, Mr. J. B. Severs, Cloverport, Ky , who have not finished their visit. made a trip to Columbia last week. Mr. R. B. Wilson, who travels out of Louisville, was here the latter part Mr. C. F. Coleman, Burkesville, was of last week. here a few days since. Messrs. Levi Wheat and T. W. Mr. J. Miles, "Vine Grove, made a business trip to this place a few days Wheat, of near Tarter, were here Friday on special business. ago. Mr. B. T. Marshall, Campbellsville, Messrs. J. I. Hendrickson, A. E. n Coffee salesman, was Hendrickson and L. M. Goode, repre- the Friday. He represents The sentative citizens of Casey Creek, here last Ourbacker Coffee Company and he were in Columbia a few days ago. Mrs. Ella Dixon, of Glasgow, is travels in two other States besides spending a few weeks with her sisters Kentucky. He has been very success at this place. She is stopping with f ul, due to the quality of goods and his socialbility. Mrs. Rena Paull. Mr. E. T. Kemper was with the Mrs. R. A. f Myers and her son, Robert Page, returned to their home, delegation of Columbians who visited the Creelsboro oil fields. Monticello, last Wednesday. Miss Zella Pelley, who teaches at Mr. W. R. Myers and Mr. W. E. Noe made a business trip to Harrods-bur- g Barbourville, reached home one day last week. last Wednesday. Mrs. W. R. Lyon and two children, Mr. J. R. Durham and wife and Mrs. Stanley Smith, the two former Campbellsville, visited at the home of of Campbellsville, the latter from Mr. Geo. H. Nell, last Saturday. Mr. C. E. Keene made a business Spurlington, visited at the home of Mr. F. H. Durham a few days since. trip to GreenBbvrg a few days ago. Mr. Bryan Garnett, who is employ- While there he put in the best part of ed at Sprigs, West Virginia, is at one night, in company with Drs. Basil Taylor and S. Simmons, froging, the home, on a visit. Mr. Robt. Willis has gone to Ak- party having fine success. Mr. C. L. Hurt, cashier of the bank ron, Ohio, where he will be engaged of Stithton, his wife and little daughfor some time. Mrs. W. J. Flowers and her two ter, are visiting relatives in this coun- The Republican National ticket did not bring satisfaction to many leaders of the party and to quite a number of Republican newspapers. The ticket lacks interest, and it will grow weaker after the San Francisco Convention. The Republican editors who are not pleased, do not think that Senator Harding is strong enough for the place. They intimate that he would easily be controlled. PERSONALS. well-know- from Nell Bros., at this place. Rev. L. Pillow spent a day or so at Albany, this week, on business. Strong Hill is having a well put down this week on his lot, where he will erect his new dwelling. Geo. W. Dudley and wife spent a few days with their relatives at Pickett, this week. Protracted services will be held at the Baptist church, in our city, in July, and at the Methodist church in the month of August. Services at the Baptist church will be conducted by Rev. Thompson, of Hart county. Sevices at the Methodist church by Rey. Turner, of Wayne Co. J. L. Dudley and wife spent a day or so with relatives at East Fork, this week. George Coffey, deputy sheriff was in our midst a day or so of last week summoning jurors for circuit court that will convene in a short time. Mr. John Hughes, of Edmonton, spent one night last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grady. On his return his brother, James T. Hughes, who has been visiting here for several weeks, accompanied him. Uncle Robert O. Keltner and uncla Charlie Yates, two of our oldest and best citizens, have been on the sick list for several weeks. Both have been detained from coming to the post ofpre-Darato- $4.00 on boys Buy them here. A Men, Women, and Childre Priced to save you from 50c, to $2.50 per pair. classy line of shoes for See our line of Swan Hats at $4.25 Lots of Bargains here, We can please you. ResDt. GOFF BROS. STORE, Columbia, Kentuck. w.r?xj&i r.itT. v r.- - ;wrtg?c B!&it&ypft ry fice. Miss Belle Collins, of Greensburg, who has been visiting her her friends and relatives in our community for the past ten,days, returned to her home the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. v Curt Bell, ac- companied by Mrs. James H. Kinnaird, all of Red Lick, were in our midst last Friday looking after millinery goods. Mr. Bell reports everything getting along nicely in this section. Mr. and Mrs. James . K. Rob- - le Mr. J. L. Darnell purchased of Guy Nell, of Columbia, county court day, an Overland car. days. Mr. Ernest Bennett and sister,. Mrs. Julia A. Baker, who has Miss Gladys, were visiting their been residing at her son's, Sam, I uncle, Mr. Ed Gifford, of near for the past year, has moved to Glensfork, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sallie Samuels, of Glens-fork- s, our city and will remain with is spending a few days at her son, Edward, this summer. The lamented and untimely the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. death of our neighbor and friend Turner. Mr. Ulus Garrett and family,, L. J. Willis, came at a time that was very unexpected to any of of Glensfork, spent Sunday at us. We never had a better man Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young's. We are all enjoying our peas to live in our community. He was always ready to help in any and potatoes now. They came thing that was right. Your re- in just in time, as poke salad is porter has been intimately getting tough. Mrs. Mary Gadberry, of Gad connected with him more or less every year since he moved into berry, was visiting the families the community, and we never of Z. L. and W. L. Bennett, this knew a straighter, more honest place, Monday night and Tuesman, than Luther Willis. Not day. Mr. Noah Page and wife, of only his dear family will miss him, but his church and the Spartfcville, were visiting the community at large. While he latteoi parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, . JCtaf ant, Sunday. is gone from our community this life will be a bright spot in the GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB memory of all that knew him. OUR WORK IS His loved ones have the sympa- THE NEWS is $1.50 and thy of the entire community. $2.00 per year. Send in. our subscript! on at once. Peace to his memory. by-gone UP-TO-DA- ertson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grissom, of Elida, New Mexico, accompanied by Mrs. Lena Mell, of Leitchfield, and Mrs. Tandy, of Georgetown, Ind., and Mrs. Price, of BJiss, and Mrs. Grissom, of Columbia, spent a day or so in our city last week, visiting their friends and reiatives. From the appearance, general make up of the Nett Mexico people, we take it there is no better place on earth for good health. We were certainly glad to have these good people with us and talk over the events of Fairplay. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gadberry were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Francis Darnell Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Alva Morrison and family, Sparksville, spent Saturday night and Sunday at Esq. F. H. Bryant. Mr. John Bennett and family spent Sunday with the former's father, E. W. Bennett, of y. Gad-berr- ADAIR COUNTY SEWS a OE o 0 O o " M? Eammsggsasass&D. Special Bargains o In order to reduce our stock by July 1st, Inventory, we are offering reductions in all Departments s TO THE FARMERS ''" Special 3k c : Low Prices on Now is the time you need work tools. .4 Ladies Dresses, Skirts, Waists, &c. Ladies Hats and other goods in Millinerj Department at Cost D And we are ready to supply you with iv Plows, 4t 1 Cultivators, t Disc Harrows, RUSSELL & CO. aE 3 ' 1- ' Corn Planters, Corn Drills, rJJ' Ji lllli llll 9J HI I tnxet And all other kinds of Implements, ; -H f J, Wagons, Buggies, $:r Harness, Fertilizers. v . '4m S " r5 S&T v Field- - Seed, and- - T"Ci:::iYatA:eAR DAVIS The Ford Sedan is a car with refined appointments many conveniences, and with all the economy and satisfaction characterized by Ford cars. It is a popular car among women who drive. It meets every social demand,, every family want every day of the year regardless of weather. Equally useful in city or country, price $1024.58; Coupe, with starter, $894.42; Runabout, with starter, $686.17; 1 ouring Car, with starter, $712.21; Truck Chassis, $582.05. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. BHOMRKafe! Columbia, . THE BUCHANAN-LYO- Average Man'S Property Come In and See N COMPANY I NJCIO R PiO r a t e d. Campbellsville, Ky. Columbia, Ky. the $7,000,000 3-inch Tire Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. iYlaterial and labor costs have advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are still going up. Have you increasgd your insurance to cover the increase in values? protected if the fire should occur today? Are you fully Glensfork. Farmers are very buBy in this part, with their crops. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Strange and little daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Taylor, and Mrs. Belva : Strange, all of this place, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Shirley, at Milltown, last Saturday and Sunday. The meeting at this place, conducted by Rev. Thomas, is progressing nicely. Mrs. Marion Capshaw and little daughter are visiting Mrs. Capshaw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Marshal, of this place. The music party at Rollin Webb's last Saturday night, was largely attended, and some fine music was made. Miss Pauline Hammonds and Miss Pauline Taylor attended the show at Columbia last Saturday night. Mrs. Bolin, of Russell Springs, spent last week with her son, Dr. B. J. Bolin, of this place. Her daughter MisB Lena, accompanied her home. Mrs. Belva Strange, little son and daughter, of Brodhead, Ky., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Blair, of this place. Miss Opal Taylor spent the latter part of last week visiting friends in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas and little daughter, Cordie, were visiting relatives in Greensburg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Letcher and Rollin Webb and wife were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan last Sunday. Portland. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Eesslerhave a very sick child. This is the famous Firestone molded 34 inch tire that has its own plant, its own .special machinery, special .methods, special organization. These cool ti days iff are very pleasant to the working man Sano. Farmers are getting along fine with drops. Mrs. Leslie Loy who has been sick for some time is reported no Thus Firestone serves car owners with quantity production. This permits a value in tires never before accomplished at the price. Get your share of these savings by having us equip you7 REED BROS. "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. ig Columbia; -- better. Sunday School is progressing nicely-a-t Free Union, Mr. Ethol Barnes and MisB Mattie Harmon drove to the home of Rev. Jim BurtOD, June sixth, and were united in marriage. Their many friends join in wishing them much joy. George and Jim Brockman have taken contract to haul lumber for Young and Sanduskey. Mr. Claud Hadley went on a business trip to Russell Springs Friday afternoon. Misses Mary and Martha Hadley and Mrs. Mattie Barnes visited R. H. Harmon's Tuesday night. Meeting at Russell Springs, held by Rev.'s Robinson and Rayborn, is progressing nicely. Leach Bro's. were making a flying trip down1 this way Friday rf ernoon. Misses Montie and. Ma lb -- ZStttttJfeflAj. vt-v9 TiTnrmimm w (Kentucky. ,, "" w ;w?Pw ... H Cumberland Grocery Co. Harmon were visiting friends Thursday afternoon. T. W. Bryant has purchased a new supply of merchandise. Born to the wife of John Gentry, a girl. Florence Merria. Mr, Clarence Dehart has joined the army for a year. Says he thinks he will like soldiering fine. Special Sale For dies, 10 Days, ending Sat. June 12, AH kino's of thin dress goods, La- 40c Gingham 35c; Misses and children's trimmed hats reduced. Corn planting is about over. Prospect for good crop. Tobacco setting i a thing of the past, owing to dry .weather. Ground being planted in corn. Miss Bert Dohoney is suffer- $2.25 Bungalow aprons $2.00; $2.75 children's dresses $2.50; $55. suits at $45; $7.00 Matting druggets 9x12, $6.50; $3.50 felt rugs $3.00; $15.00 sets of Blue bird dishes for $12.50; bargains in shoes and slip- -' pers. Sugar 30c per lb. Pvt. Olie Barnes is in recruiting service at Lake Charles La. Theabituary of Miss Lura Hadley will appear next) week. Other bargains. ing from acute indigestion. Mrs. S. E. Parsons is visiting her daughter at Arenzeville, 111. Gardens are badly in need of rain now. Mr. William Orr is not getting along so well. Wheat harvest is ..now. in full blast. Very good crop but very small acreage. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. es, The institute will begin in this Bessie Hughes, of color, 16 years county Monday, July 5. The latter old, a daughter of George-BughFOR SALE. Nice young cow and part of the same week, the Chautau- who lives on Mr. Nat Walker's farm, ' Calf. Fred Davis. qua will start. ' died last Tuesday nijjht, The colored institute for Adair Owens & Flanagan, IJusaell county Some Chautauqua pictures are pao. county will open here July 12. Prof; car lished omcur third page. The dat J. W. Bell, of Earllngton, will con- load oi sheep, cattle ana calves lor' "" WJO Kiuuiui? oi cne entertain, $1,460. mentsis July 9. duct it. - Circuit courb will open here Monday week, the 5th day of July. soJdBinnetijylaweea fc""?-.X-' J - ' " S1 Q KNOWS Kas. Phone 13-- B. kVUR C'i'x.TY NO MS AN PERIOD OF JOY FAULTY Good GLOVES MEAN DEATH Business Phone 13-- Dr. J. N Murrclll DENTISn&n Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. T- Camel Famed as Possessor of Pcrpet- uaJ "Grouch." From Its Birth to Its Death. In selecting the camel as their emblem, display n sense of fitness. According to authorities, though the camel senorul-l.fills his tanks with water, wIum he has the chance he substitutes ilatp. juice, which, fermenting in due coiire gives him a portable store of to draw on as opportunity allows. Rven with "soft" drinks the camel's powers of absorption are phenonjennl. Watering a camel train on the nun-H- i is a prolonged business, seeing ilmt camels require as much as no ::'' 'ii to satisfy their thirst. On grounds, howeyer, objection i.i.'.'itt !ie raised to selecting for an emblem :! animal whose face has hepn as "a sculptured sneer." Tbe iinie' itself is said to be so little in 'ovp with Its appearance that it nevei drinks from a pool without first fMi' ing the water so as to he spared of its own reflection. Nor doe "The its character bear inspection. camel." says an oriental proverb "curses Its parents when it li:i- - in li uphill and its Maker when it gne down." Camels are born sail (eei young camels are never known to play) and their life Is one long protest against being made to work. Manso-np v sil-iitin-sig- Reason Why Electric Linemen Take Especial Care of the Rubber Hand Coverings. 4"9"8"6e''$$4 6"&M4"8$$4$4Mfr4 STORE Up UP STAIRS.; COLUMBIA, KY current enough to cause Instant ileum:'' yet they piek It up. twist it, It Veterinary Surgeon and Oentisl as is though hand'hig .i fisliinj; tackle. They hip able to i'ekr Spjjui atteatlongiveu Diseases of a U the live wire because of the t r Domestic Animals gloves they wear. Ofiicw at Residence, 1 mile of town, od "Did you know that these j''oe- - tp.Ir.i nun! ::r t '. Jamestown road r'g cations .nmplPU'ly standardized, aim Phono 114 G. that no pureliaslntr avent djre buy rubColumbia, Ky. ber ;rlnvpi unt'l h lu thoroughly glnve can be nir!ed, tested :hti:i? with the manufacturer's name or with A Logical Conclusion. the size in such a manner as to injure chester Guardian. it in any way. The gloves must each be more than 14 inches long and the ""Biddy" remarked the newly SAVAGES WORE BODY ARMOR average thickness not less than 0.00 Inch. must have a tensile wed Irishman "go down and Gilbert Islanders Used That Form of strength They 1,200 pounds per square of feed the pigs". inch and bear having two Inches of Protection, but It Was Limited their surface stretched to 12 inches to Leaders. "Faith and I will not," replied without a rupture. The gloves must the bride. Only one tribe in the South Pacific be capable of withstanding the appli"Don't be after contradicting Islands ever rose to the height of in- cation of 18,000 volts without punc venting armor to be used in their war- turing." me Biddy," retorted the hus fare. But even this tribe, the Gilbert band. Have not I just endowed Islanders, turned out only a few suits, JUST WHAT WORRIED MOTHER owing to the work entailed In the you with all my worldly goods, manufacture. Francis Dickie :ays. in Her Thoughts on Matter Were Centhe the and if you cannot feed your own wereScientific American, that and suit 5 tered on the Partner of Her limited in number, :h:it Joys and Sorrows. property, then its ashamed of every village was the proud poseo" of one. At the outbreak of a coiiilir you I am." The would-ustern father assumed between villages, not all the inhabihis most forbidding air as his young This was a new point of view, tants went to war, but the iniot son somewhat guiltily entered the doughty warrior was dressed in th" study. so off Biddy went, village armor and sent against the "Charles," he said, with finger up champion of the rival place. Presently she returned. raised in admonition, "I am horrified The fabric covering "Have you fed the pigs, Bid- the body and legs, which formed the to hear that you were seen at Romano's the night before last, acting dy?" demanded her husband, Gilberts' armor, was made out of coir as host to a party of chorus girls. Can Ph one 12 siring from the the I'.have not," she coconut,takenclosely wovenhusk toofmake this he true?" "Faith and so as "Oh. ye-,papp," admitted the a protection stronger than board, and young answered. have done a grdat man. with the merest apology having greater lightness recommend deal better. As they were my it. A further breastplate,toinvulnerable for a bVush. ' "My boy, what what do pr iperty I have sold them and to any native weapon, was made from pose your poor mother wouldyou sup- think the dried skin of the stingaree, or ray would say should this come to her shall nou be bothered with them which dried as hard as metal. ears?" In the last few years peace has setagain."- - London Tit Bits. "Oh. that's all rijjht, pater," blurted tled over the Gilberts and the armor out young hopeful. "Don't you worry m fc has ceased to be manufactured. The few suits in existence have all been about the mater. As a matter of fact, World's Largest Tunnel. she knows and she asked me to be seized by collectors of rare articles. Born Poor. sure not to let you get to know who they were." Triad (Sydney). "Flower of the Devil." The longest and largest tunGenius has rocked some "Flower of the Devil" is a .strange Not Always Varned by Instinct. growtli upon trees found on thp sides nel in the world will probably Many 'persons are under the impresher biggest children in the crn of Fuego volcano in Guatemala, one sion that the instinct of animaN soon be built under the Hudson of the few places in the world where warns them against eating or drinking die f poverty. River to connect New York with it is known to occur. It has beautiful anything injurious. This may be the Homer, the first and greatest. foliation, veinlng and stem, and appears New Jersey. Thare are several full blown when just unfolding from cae with wild beasts, but It certainly of the poets,850 B.C., begged is not true with domestic animals. A large enough for a railroad train the bud. This effect Is formed by a chicken will drink paint, and cows his bread through the seven parasite which enters the wood and to poison themselves but the new tube under the dies after eating portions of it away. have been known a pool in which high- ciues which claimed him dead. by draughts from time produces the rivor is to be large enough for a process which inTradition, however, ly poisonous nitrate of soda had been Demosthenes, the orator's ideal results described. steeped. Give a canary hempseed in two or three large teams cr ascribes a different origin. Ye.i rs ago. quantities and it will verv soon kill for all time, was the son of a when automobiles to run abreast. The a fair the Spaniard ruled the country, itself. cutler. Indian maiden was suppod On the other tunnel will be much more than to have betrayed certain tribal se- quickly fatal tohand, there are poisons Munammed. who changed the crets to her white lover. Her people paratively little man which have comeffect upon a lower faces of empires, was and or mile in length and thirty feet threw her into the fiery water of Fuego form of animal life. or more in diarnater. It is es- m expiation of her sin, aud once every Dogs and horses can take ten times ' phan at 8, and afterwards a year, on Midsummer's day, she ap-- ; timated that 6,046 vehiclea can ears to throw armfuls of the devil's ns much morphinp in comparison to camel s, their hodv weight as man can. The pass in both directions every flowers over the mountain's slopes dovp or pigeon can take 500 times as who introduced a solemn warning to all of the sancmuch, while the frot; is unhurt by a hour in such a tunnel, which is tity of tribal secrets. the modern system of astronomy e 1.000 times greater, weight for more than twice as many as rveight, than would kill us. was the son of a baker, while Woodpecker a "Home Bird." pass up and down Fifth Avenue Kelper, hardly less distinguisned Among the natural guardians of the Cyclone's Awful Destruction. proDably the ousiest street in the trees are the woodpeckers, which The tropical cyclone is a real cy- was a waiter. gather their food as they creep round clone. That Is, it is world. the same sort of Snakespeare, to whose far-- , the trunks aud branches. As the food thing as the ordinary cyclonic air ' of the woodpecker is nearly as abund- movements which bring most of our reaching genius ant in winter as In summer, they are storms here in the eastern "flames is Names." United trie urid does honor, was the seldom migratory. They never forage States; but in the tropics these move- in flocks, like some of the granlvorous ments are r. In circumference, a.' .,; a birds whose food is more plentiful, incomparablysmaller Smiths made up 15 regiments greater in strength, Virgil, the competesc represenbut scatter out over wide areas, and and fortunately much less frequent in in the American war army, thus better their fare. They bear the occurrence. Often In a given region ' tative of the deepest sentiment Johnsons made up 11 more, same relation to other birds that take like the West Indies there will be such of his countrymen, born 70 B. C. their food from trees as snipes and a storm only once or three Browns 8, and Williams, Jones woodcocks bear to thrushes and years. The weather in two will usual- was the son of a porter, bureau quails that they bore into and Millers made up more than wood as the Is,snipe bores Into p'e ly note the storm after it has started Madison C. Peters. the ships in its Recotds at the Burean earth, while thrushes and quails seek and will send warning toships usually path by wireless. The Lord Eldon.England's greatest sustenance on the surface of make port. Those overtaken by the of Var Ris Insnranca, where theirground. nnnch-il.'tirl.v L. H. You would be extremely careful In your selection of a pair of gloves if you knew that a rip or tear would probably cost you your life. This Is the case in which the electric lineman finite himself, we are told by a writer In the American Machinist. He then goes on and describes the linemen's gloves and the great care with whjch they are tested. He says: "Some day when you are walking along a road, where traffic is piled back as far as one can see, and linemen are repairing a broken wire, stop and witch them wor!;. "The cloves thp. wear tell a uniipie 'tory. Probably the line they are Inn- main-travele- d OF QUALITY - j i . Jones il!!ti 'v 'jilive' ati'i "i:-ry'i- ii .....-- ! Men and Boys clothing- Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No :'''. tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. ai-i- - l -j- 1 X-- i CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE Prog ress Range Stoves e fr Albm Murray K brown-colore- d 4 Columbia, e nt u c k y I J Next Door to The Adair Countv New Offi ce. "I , isr ll-s- $M$s$$$$ii$&sSfM$$4i$$lgi STOMACH TROUBLE I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite THEDFOSD'S a i fy u 1I e driver-Copernicu- do--- . ; ng recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It i t!:e best liver medicine made. 1 do not have sick hdd-ichor stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its imported work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from ine system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ! , ONE CENT A DOSE U73) v.uol-carde- sas f 7ech $$xfe PRICE W. T. &&$X&$&&Q former service m u are indexed also Bhowjthat Anderson and Davis families were represented in sufficient number to compose more than five regiments each, and the WiLon?, Moores and Taylors four ac . the names of 4,622,422 44f Hl PHaaR or OneDrop r'ADR 1UUUI 4UfUS fTTDPCj daw cfc& wtaJnlpo A few drop in the drinUa water cores ana preveau white BourbanPsuItrvK9mAr diarrhoea, cholera, indlfiettion aad other chick diteuet. Ue dally to prevent disease and care roar -- Mrirt, Small size 60 cent, t $1.00, plot $1.50. At druttittt, or oeat by mail upon receipt of price. half-pin- insngtoa, rJtourbon Reined? Co. by the J- - es Hardware Store Spd Bcx-- D - ' storm are almost Invariably destroyed. chief justice, too poor to buy The Islands that are struck by It suf- books' porrowed and copied "Devil's Darning Needle." fer most. Ships in the harbors are The darning needle, or devil's darn- thrown up on the beach, houses are three volume of Precedents and ing needle, is one of the names given blown down and banana and coconut the whole of Coke and Littleton. to the dragon fly, which belongs to the groves that have taken years to grow Richard Arkwright, founder of order Odonata. Other popular names are destroyed In a moment. for this Insect are "snake feeders." cotton manufacture in New Eng"snake doctors," "horse stingers." "flyWealth Is Not Always Happiness. ing adders," etc., though dragon flies land, began life by shaving peoOften happiness is forced upon us are harmless, as well as useful In killing mosquitoes and little flies. Young as through ill fortune. Many; a man ple in a cellar at a penny a shave dragon flies and the young of other of wealth finds life dull and insipid in insects, such as many flies, while in the midst of luxury and crowds. OthCares of oak or ivy poisoning should the intermediate stage between the ers have really begun to live with the loss of their wealth. History is not be treated with Ballard's Snow eggs and the mature insect, live in water and are called "nymphs." Many without examples of men and women Liniment. It Is antiseptic aud healof them live for a year in this stage who have renounced their wealth to in ponds before transforming Into find Joys in doing things as men. The ing and a splendid remedy for such story is told of a woman who had all adult dragon flies. the money she could use and still was troubles. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and not really happy. HI fortune reduced $120 per bottle. Sold by Paull Knows All the News. her wealth and she was compelled to "Those people never read a news- work for the support of her children. Drug Co. paper from one year's end to the Her friends thought work degrading other." to her, bat she declared that she has Col. E.M.House has applied for x "That doesa't mattery taejta never enjoyed life so much as since fMIrtll Jl HIMIII wnivM iiwur in the loss of her money. She Is putting paBaports to travel abroad. He is herself into the money she earns. going on unofficial business. the SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. 4$x$$ CSJSlil LAST YEAR'S SmhI Via Can be so chanecd by havine it Swiss Dyed a pretty, new Spring Shade. It will last another year. Qtn Our Dry Oeaniar ft Trial SUIT LOUISVILLE. KY. HV SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS PareI Pst INCORPORATED n-t a.. - ADAIR COUNTY LIVE APART FROM THE WORLD WASTED ENERGY OF THE SUN m T33?S mi People of Northern Korea as Ignoranl as Were Their Ancestors Thou sands of Years Ago. Many of the natives In the north of Korea have never seen a white man. A bulletin of the National Geographic society says that they are liv ing among the hills today much as did ; their ancestors centuries ago, worshiping mythical gods in the rocks and trees on every mountaintop, keeping their women In and dying In Ignorance of the world beyond their narrow confines. After the war of 1904 the country was opened to foreigners, and the exploration of the northern part progressed by leaps and bounds, until the only extensive unknown area lay along the north central boundary, be- "Vween the Tumen and Yalu rivers. T?The old walls of the ancient city of Musan bear five centuries of history. Few white men have wandered inland td the gates of this city, and except for a few stragglers it lies unknown to the western world. The great central palace or reception hall, remains intact, and close by. In palatial ruins, Is the temple guest-housThe smaller public buildings, the gates, tji watch towers and, most of all, the walls themselves, have their own peculiar fascination, telling their own story or adding a chapter to that of its semi-slaver- y, Russo-Jap- Only a Minute Fraction of Its Tremendous Heat Strikes the Earth and Becomes Useful. - ,TtzT!: "" '"' imnrwa fl anese e. "neighbor. A digression on the energy of the past sun may be permitted. All that the earth has caught, for all the millions of years that It has existed, is the merest fraction of what the sun has radiated in the same time, according to a lecture by Sir Oliver Lodge, reported in the Scientific American. The earth to the sun is like a printer's full stop at a distance of ten feet from a halfpenny. Some of the radiation from a globe one Inch in diameter falls on the spot one Inch In diameter ten feet away, but that little speck only catches the hundred and fifty millionth part of the whole. "What has become of the rest of the solar energy? It must still be careering through space. The ether is perfectly transparent and only when it encounters matter will the radiation be mopped up and turned Into heat. Not our sun only, but all the millions of other suns, have likewise been always pouring out radiation into space. Is there any hope of catching and utilizing it? I trow not In spite of all tills constant flood of energy space is cold ; very near absolute zero. The reservoir is so enormous that all these taps, running for ages, have made no impression on it, have not raised the level a perceptible amount. th You Can Get Goodyear Tires for That Sturdy Smaller Car x a ? fil notable accomplishments g none exceeds in high relative in value of product the Goodyear Tires made in the 30x3-- , 30x3V2-- , and 31x4-inc- h sizes Good-year's tire-makin- Of all M iU H Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, and other cars taking these sizes, the important benefits of Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world's largest tire production. These tires afford to owners of Ford, 3 3 H )1 'TheJCoreans believe the blood of a deer or any wfld animal, 7F 'drunk when warm, to be a splendid tonic. HISTORY REVEALED BY NAMES Tigers' claws, whiskers, bones and teeth are especially valuable, and prep- By Them It Is Possible to Ascertain What Races Have Inhabited arations made from these materials Different Districts. Were often given to soldiers before a Z- "" ... battle or any especially hazardous enterprise, since they were believed to In the earliest days of the human Induce great bravery. family, all known persons, places and groups of human beings must have ETIQUETTE AT FIJI TABLE had names by which they were recog-- Your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of performance and satisfaction only possible as a result of such extraordinary manufacturing advantages Go to this Service Station Dealer for these nized. tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has thenu Guest Would Do Well to Familiarize Himself With the Rules, Which Are Exceedingly Strict. If ever you go to Fiji and are asked to attend a public dinner, pray be very careful how you behave or it may cost you your life, is the injunction of a writer in London Answers. A public dinner in Fiji is a grand affair, and all the guests give a hand in feeding the oven or stirring the pot. A floor of clean leaves is covered with coconuts, on which are heaped baked taro and yams like a large potato to the amount of several tons. The next tier comprises a well oiled "pudding in green leaves" called "vakalolo." Baked turtles are next heaped on top of these puddings or two or three hogs baked whole. At one public dinner in Fiji there were fifty tons of yams, fifteen tons of vakalolo puddings, seventy turtles, five carloads of yagona and 200 tons of uncooked yams. A chief, having eaten a coconut without offering a piece to one of his followers, the latter went over to the enemy and singled out his former master in their next battle. Asking for mercy, the stern reply was, "Don't you fath- The study of these names and their survival in civilization enables us often to ascertain what races inhabited districts now peopled by those of entirely different speech. The names of mountains and rivers in many parts of England, for instance, are Celtic. Ancient local names are, as a rule, purely descriptive. A river Is called by some word which merely signifies "the water," a mountain may have a name which means "the peak," "the castle," "the point." English place names generally state some simple fact, and often denote no more than property; the name of a town or hamlet being formed by adding "ton" or "ham" to the name of some early landholder. Quite often a bit of even description will survive in such a name, as when a stony, starved and weedy district Is called Starvacre. half-humoro- mVTQMBHT 30x2Vz Gapdyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, AlWVeather Tread LO 50 en &1 12Z. O Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are built to protect casings. Qaodyear Single-CurFabric, Aiil-Sld- d Tread 30x3 e Why endanger a good casL.g with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of ASO less merit. 30x3V size in waterproof bag 1 T Parisian Mementoes of Napoleon. The statue of Henri of Navarre on the Pont Neuf, the oldest bridge in Paris, is a memento of Napoleon, for it was cast from the bronze of the emperor's statue which was torn from the top of the Vendome column In recollect the nut at the last public din- 1814. This column was erected to ner? For that you die." honor the victories of the great solAnother chief once sat with his dier, his martial deeds being depicted er-in-law and on passing a dish of in a spiral strip which covers .the surcooked fish, he broke off a bit of its face of the pillar. His figure, in the tail. A dark scowl covered the rela- robes of a Roman emperor, has since tive's face, and before many hours been placed at the top. The Exchange were passed, he slew his bridge was erected by Napoleon and having first Intimated that he was in- still' bears his monogram, the arches. sulted by being offered a broken tail. The famous colonnades of the Louvre dlstricl: are h'is work. He designed them in memory of his native Corsica, Pitcher Plant's Curious Leaves. In the swamp regions of India and where that type of architecture Is China a herbaceous plant is found common. which, has very curious leaves. Each prolonged to a leaf has the mid-riOvercoming Insomnia. great extent, far beyond the leaf propThe treatment of insomnia or sleeper, terminating in a very singular lessness is a simple matter. Psychopitcher, from which the plant derives analysis or a physical examination disIts common name of "pitcher plant." closes the real source of the disorder. This again terminates in a lid which is Insomnia has its foundation in loss regarded by botanists as the true of general health, worries, bad habits, blade of the leaf. need of ventilation and sunlight. ReIn this pitcher a fluid is found which tire early at night, even if you cannot comes from the plant itself and is sleep. This restores the normal habit. probably necessary for its nourish- Take a glassful of hot milk, a few ment. This fluid, which contains some crackers and a hot bath before you repotash, varies much In quantity, tire, A cold pack to the head and a sometimes only a drop or two, but hot water bottle to the feet help to often there is enough to drown any in- woo slumber. A triple effervescent quisitive Insect which may venture in- bromide tabloid or two in a glassful side, and such Insects are frequently of water before bedtime will usually found in the pitcher. Brooklyn Eagle. soothe the sufferer back into the land of Nod and a good eight hours of sleep. Great Soldier's Monuments. Greatest of all monuments of EmDiamond Thieves Easily Detected. peror Napoleon are the two arches Diamond stealing in the South triumph, L'Arc de Triomphe and of mines is becoming precarious L'Arc du Carrousel, both of whjch were erected by the devoted Parisians business. The blacks still swallow that all the world might know the them or hide them in military supremacy which was theirs wounds, but these methods no longer tubes are so under Napoleon. Equal to these in im- suffice. Coolidge y portance is the tomb of the emperor, mounted in a frame as to illuminate Les Invalides, which he decided the whole body of the stripped native should be a home for aged and dis- standing before them. The entire body abled soldiers, but which the Parisians of the hundreds of miners can thus be turned into a great museum to house brought Into view In the fluoroscope In countless trophies of his wars and a few seconds, and any diamond presarticles of his personal equipment, as ent, even If behind thick bones, Is well as the body of the national hero, quickly detected. The glow of the diaas well as its who wished to be buried on the banks mond under the of the Seine amidst his beloved dense opaqueness, aids in detection, "children." it Is said. son-in-la- I BiifTaMMWTiTManrTTrirrTiTn'rnnrrf--r,- ii iii ii nTTTniwwwTWiwawiwrTMWiTTiMinTnTrTiTjTr-Trm-iiTrTniH- i i i.ii "inn- - ... -- .......,..!; $ .'jjMcnaBra af s Insi 1 ites A Tribute to a Dog. selfish world, the one that never or Disappointment We have seen enough griei coming from '.ire?, that have no name on them at alJ, or some name that nobody ever heard of tires that, cost enough to h? ood.but were in the end a . b disappointment. For years we wished that some real rhaniis facturer would si! at a low price. Now w have it. 30 x 3 30 x 3 -2 i ' Goodyear Goodyear Double-cur- e Single-cur- e Fabric, Fabric, All Weather Tread $2 0 Anti-Ski- d Tread $17.65. M Sizes 30 x 3 and 31 x4 also, Tires to suit the man who must watch his pennies and lires that equip the world's most luxurious cars. We have 'them and every o? one- hi s the Goodyear name on it and an unlimited service I" . ' " IB guarantee back i ! it. Af-fric- an 8 ! Don't Forget They are Goodyears. ti ' as self-inflict- ''ill X-ra- I ' ' - HE BUCHANAM - LYO SC" COMPANY, h$areW J! E2S2Si?- s, b - r n nm . exhibition purposes a magnificent piece of early rose point lace, attrib-(ute- d to the needle of Mary Queen of Scb'ts, and given to the convent of .tEe Irish nuns of Ypres by James PL, a2il,nso a set of vestments in a wonderful Italian brocade of the sixteenth century. The brocade was worn by ttne Archduchess Isabella, daughter of Philip II. of Spain, Royal Needlewoman. The Royal School of Art Needlework, South Kensington, London, Eng., lias had committed to Its keeping for and Italian armies. The casualties are classified as follows : Killed in combat, 208; prisoners, 145; wounded in action, 152; killed in action; 41; missing in action, 29; injured in action, 25; dt Flying Casualties. Revised figures from the war department show that there were but 583 casualties among American aviators In Europe during the war. Of this number 491 were among aviators with the A. E. F. and the remainder among aviators on duty with the British, French GBBBBBBKBR. m MIT ii UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a full Btock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone, 29. Office Phone, 168. J. F. TRIPLETT, Columbia, Ky Boxes and two hearses. igMMnn 3. proves ungrateful or treacherous, One of the most beautiful tri- is his dog. A man's dog stands bute ever paid a dumb animal by him in prosperity and in povcarat from the lips of the late erty, in health and in sickness. Senator George Graham Vest. He will sleep on the cold ground, The occasion was a trial over the where the wintry winds bkrv and killing of a dog, which was held the snow drifts fiercely, if he is in a Missouri town when he was only near his master's sid?. He will kiss the hand that h no a young lawyer. appeared for the food to offer; he will lck the Senator Vest plaintiff, while Senator Francis wounds and sores th bme ugh-neM. Cockrill, then a country prac- from encounter with the r of the world. He uards tioneer, represented the defendantthe sleep of his pauper mas'er as Young Vest took no interest in if he were a prince. When all the testimony and made no notes other triends desert, he remains but at the close of case arose, and When riche3 take wings ar': repin a soft voice made the following utation falls to pieces, he is a3 constant in his love as the sun in address Tlie its journey through the heaver "Gentleman of the Jury 3f best friend a man has in the "If fortune drives the n after world may turn against him and forth au outcast in the fVHQ, nnr" become his enemy. His son or Frinndlooa (mr - the daughter that he has reared faithful dog asks no ' with loving care may prove un- ilege than that of grateful. Those who are dear- him. to guard h' m agamsr dan- est and nearest to us, those ger, to fight a- ifainat his enemies. whom we trust with our happi- And when r ne last scene of nil ness and our good name, may becomes'.ar,d death takes his mas-te- r come traitors to their faith. The Jn embrace and h.g body money that man has he may is la j . . ,, , ' " f,, cum runa. lose. It flies away from him, J 0 ter if a other friend ' . perhaps when he needs it most. yuKiue if cneir way, there by the A man's reputation may be sac? graveside will the noble dog be rificed in a moment of found, his head between nfe ered action. The people who are paws, his eyes sad, but 0Den in prone to fall on their knees to do alert watchfulness, faithful and us honor when success is with true even in death." us, may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failures The misery and depression caused clouds upon our heads. ?? ?lioxl3 and C0PstlP"ated settles its system can be quicklv ,mJSS one absolutely unselfish j 11n "The .uK .nefujue. id purifies. Pjrfce, friend that man can have in this 60c. Sold by Paull Drug ss -- ."au "mg "SPriw fc-p- .v I ill-con- sid I"1T7 XTm1-L- . Co. efi V- - T "8 Stanley Epperson ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. John Jeffries "Fatty" Collin NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER SERVICE COLUMBIA CAMPBELLSVILLE Alva Qrider B. 0. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. 'hLI )OGO( os, It OFFICE: Room 19. Patterson Building 1LjJI JCftLfrj A MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. 5 T. F. C0RBIN FARE $2.00 EACH WAY. Leaves Columbia 4:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. and 4:00 Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. Give Us a Trial, We Guarante Satisfaction. Phones: Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. P.M. CANE VALLEY, KY. EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props Auctioneer and Dealer ,,- - In - VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. Real Estate. Your Business, Sor licited. - iV. 1 2j r v,w - Shorthorn Cattle . . - . Thoroughbred and Grades. ChesterjWhite HogS - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep Thoroughbred and Grade s Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manager .' L- - ow On Sale Wherever you are when thirst-tim- e comes around order DOUBLE-DARthat new drink with the delightful new taste, a3 distinctive as the goodness of bitter-swechocolate candy. Oertels completes the stock of your refrigeratory so have your grocer or soft drink dealer send a case to your home. K, J .... I I et Additional For Sale. We Local s. Cane Valley, Kentucky. t ., K3i 5K zSszxiiSiSf& iSsKtsiKiSix TheOERTELCo. LOUISVILLE, ( Incorporated) is 7K I OUR NEW STORE! m for Columbia and we can sell at good prices. We offer some of the BEST Life Insurance contracts writtenby any Comhave calls pany. We NOW - KENTUCKY sixJS Also makers of Oertels Light Oertels Dark. is a goodjtime to bay. Farms in Adair county for sale. Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, Co. Distributor, i 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never, in your need for solicit your patronage. The Kemper Co. Office; Jeffries Hotel. Kentucky. Wanted Motormeu and Conductors for the City Lines. We teach you the work and offer steadyemploy-men- t. Wages 40c to 45c an hour. Apply or write, Superintendent, Indianapolis Street Railway Company, Koom 814 Traction Building, Indian32-apolis, Ind. 4t HAWATTAN PLAYEBS AND STNGKaS. . - m ; -- a i" M-- 'Z- i . Kv I ' mwt3?smm?&i FKtar' ii -- ' K Hb. mt - ! Riverside, Cal. WALL PAPER, LINOLEUVl Dear Editor: RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & Hubbfieh Bros. Welieadorff You will fina inclosed my check, for which you can keep the News coming:. It sure is like a letter from nome every Monday. I can see lots of INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. !$lli$i v J-'t- SJSis8S28S88S8SSsa8i lXiStt&i& i8friSri&55R5 $ "TALKINGJACHINES" With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative the superiority of our workman- ship and construction. ' '! f 'r?: X' & ,! L. B. '- changes since I left there three 5 ears ago. I see in the paper this week, some one asking au to driversjQot to drive fast on account of 'the dust. Lwish- yuu folks back there could see the streets here. ,You can drive all day and never hit dust? roads. The streets are all gravelled and oiled. I think you alt could have t better roads, if you would try, but let me aay there is no place like old Kentucky. Well, guess the folks would like to know what I am doing. I am nursing. 1 did quite a bit ' back there and did not get much pajr, if any, but I get good pay here. It is hard to get nurses here, for people come from all over the world here to die. I will sign my name so I will be known. Sarah G. Callison Bird. Monday afternoon Mr W. C Mur rell and Mr. H. C. Feese were award ed the contract to do the improve ments on the Graded school building. Their bid was 82,100 80. The work must be completed by first of Sep tember. Royal Hawaiians will be i George Vierra, filmself, will be here "big time" vaudeville. To many peo by large crowds at our with his beBt native Hawaiian singers pie they will be the greatest attrac Chautauqua on the closing day. j and players, direct from a season on Hon of the whole Chautauqua. VieiTa's welcomed AN INTERESTING SITUATION Scene from "Peg O My Heart" YOUJSTG-- , Kentucky. ' "JEWELER" v. Columbia, this county are For Sale. great ' no doing Sfine .business A many logs have been cut and hauled 5 milk cows and calves. Strictly 1 BlH Dowdy, who stabbed Bill Cross ' in the last few weeks The prices for good ones. to death at Albany 18 years ago, has lurrberare very active and a great R. B. Logan, Cane Valley- sold. just been arrested at Miami, Okla., deal has been and turned over to Kentucky author July 9th is the day the Chautauqua It matters not how stringent the ities. '' J- opens here. Through a mistake In law, when moo make up their minds to Jnd'jJtro n rhno-b- e jovfnl. thev1 nr Miss Nell Follis, Campbellsvifle, vis-jji'lAVts June. bum m ifet it'rf thrtjtieicj uuuday. i..e y.ice TheT saw-ml- of . d Although 10,000 and eulogized this millions of people cried with Teg," this International critics' hare seen produtclon .and ten hare laughed and never before has laughing success been presented on any Chautauqua production with dtage scenery and circuit Do you see the wonderful op- properties giving the same perform- portunity gtren our people to enjoy ance and effect as if you saw the play the attraction, that scored a two-yeat some large city theater and paid success at the Cort Theater In NewL$2.50 and la spat &&t9l &00. for. a New York we single, seat. York City? 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