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The Adair County news: June 30, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920063001_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: June 30, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 A' AJtatr COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY VOLUME XXIII June 30 1920. Well NUMBER 36 OIL NEWS. Well No. 3 oa the Campbell. Bros., farm at Creelsboro, was drille$,,in last week b the McMead Oil Company at ' a depth bf 241 feet. This weU,vis free from water, .very little gas, anrl after a prolonged balling test, which had no visible effect qo the supply: ot oil, it was pronounced' to be the best well drilled so far on that lease. Prominent oil meq from 'all sections continue to visit us and a lively interest is being shown by them in this territory. Among tfrelfat registering at the Jeffries "Hotel- during the past week are Messrs G, A- - Roy, - ticket to some worthy person who was REPORT OF THE CONDITION not able to buy. This action upon the OF THE .part of Mr. Curd made him feel good, and it was certainly appreciated by the Chatauqua Committee. "Cast Doing Business at Casey's thy bread upon the waters and after CreeK, County of Adair, many days it; will return unto you." It is Your Duty. The Chautauqua will open here Friday, July. 9, and will continue six days. A few people of Columbia made it possible for the residents of this place and many living out of town, to enjoy this high ciass entertainment, the aggregation being made up of the most proficient musicians, lecturers and readers who are now before the public. ,' The local signors became responsible for something like one thousand dollars, to be paid to the company for FARMERS BANK State of Kentucky, At the Close of Business on the J9tl Pay of June. 1920 RESOURCES 68 143 31 ' 51 47 4 000 00 12 833 75. 4 463 14 ment it is not all bought in Cumberland and Metcalfe counties. It could be manufactured in Adair, the word going out that! it was made in another county. The guilty parties could be caught If proper diligence was manifested by the authorities. If the government would sail an airplane over several counties in this part of the State, a discovery might be made . Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, bonds and other securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items... .$. Banking House, Furniture and : T J. Fixtures . Total . t- - property. u-- at otica.v i --. Wehave several buyers for town 'Ifou want to sell see us ' 1 000 00 ' 517 07 - j? :..' . . , uraven3 ix mat, Real Estate, Dealers. president Roy Petroleum Co., I SPECIAL NOTICE TO FORD OWNERS. LIABILITIES " J Capital Stock paid in. in $15 000 00. cash '" ington, Ky., A. M. Robertson, LexSurplus Fund Oil?, Mr. O C. Hamilton, will be In Undivided profits less expenses, and ington, Ky., representing the AssoDetriot for 4 or 5 weeks, taking a 12 43 07 taxes paid ciated Producers Co., Geo. H. Palmer, 59 859 GO special course with the 'Ford Motor Deposits subject to ' check" ": ,...., , Jl 410 00. Time Deposits ...., President Cleveland, O., Palmer Oil Co , preparing himself to render money must be Reserve for taxes - .Riley New entertaining. This Allen, Allentown, Co ,s" Payable Service, than ever before. raised by selling season tickets. To Bills York. Floyd Allen, Glasgow, Ky., D 190 517 07 During his absence, we will have an Total pay at the door helps the local comE. Phillips, Tulsa, Okla., R T. Net-soSTATE OF KENTUCKY J expert mechanic at Columbia, at all i Set very little, as the per cent, County of Tatlor Watsekai.IlL, Dick Bosher, Mun-cie- , mittee but We Mc.C. Ooode and T. O. Morton. President times,, and we will request everyone, would get is very small. There-for- e, and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnInd., field manager of the Riley it single entrance tickets will not ly swear that the above statement is true to the whoihis been having- some special Allen interests P. J. Shaughnessy, "' knowledge and belief . trouble, to call and get advice from signors. The local best of our C. Goode. President. D. P. Weeks and benefit the local Wellsville, N. ourexpert. ' Please remember that T. O. Morton, cashier committee gets credit, in full,,, for all' Roy H. Cole, Lexington,- Ky . Bee Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23th this advise will cost you nothing. He goday of June 920. , will tell you. what the trouble is, and Car season tickets, and those who are Whitis, field manager for J. My commission expires Jan. 21. 1932. ing to attend nh make money by nahan Oil Co., Morton TL Weldy, G. L Gowdt. Notary Public wnat is necessary to remedy same. Glasgow, Ky Secretary and general purchasing them The ticket sellerss Lporrect Attest: Cov-- 1 -. ' -- bet-terFo- rd - X. .c. manager the McMead Oil Company. In a private letter received here from Dr. E. A. Everett, a large oper ator from Panama, 111 , the information is conveyed that he has a drilling rig on the way here and that he ex pects to begin operations in Adair within the next two or three weeks. Dr Everett holds leases on more than 2.000 acres in this county, some of the boundaries being less than ten miles from Columbia. The Roy Petroleum Company report good progress being made on their No. l well on Damron's Creek, the J E Carnahan Company are now down about 300 feet at Zton'a Church, with splendid prospects for a good strike, as the formation is reported to be identical with that found on the A. C Coffey farm where they drilled in four good wells; the McMead Company has moved to another location on the Campbell Bros , farm and are pounding away on well No. 4. These cover the active operations now in progress in this territory, but the outlook is encouraging for additional development work to be started in several sections of the county at, an early date. and we urge every person who is going to attend to buy one which will be good for the whole six days. ,. If you .will heed this suggestion you will, .see the best'entertainmeut eyer visited Co lumbia, and will also help your local committee. A season ticket cost $2.20, and is good for any member of a family, making the entrance fee 181 cents. will. pass over the community O L. Goode. S. S. Goode. Directors Bay your ticket for the Sellers are now You save money by,. Chautauqua passing, over town. securing, a season ! - ticket. ''''Picnic. . Some qf the bast artists qotv on the Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. elevating, and no road will be here Chautauqua week. one should.fail to attend. It opens Attempted Suicide Attend each meet and enjoy yourthe town. self. Thing for you to do is to buy Friday; July 9 and will continue six The affair was a picnic dinner and Mr Wilson Bridgewater, who was ticket. It will save money many were the delicacies spread upon days. Save money and buy a season born and reared near Cane Valley, 20 MULES 20. and trouble. ticket. the beautiful lawn. Adair County, but for many years he Following the delicious lunch a a See A. Hunn formerical Motor Gaa. Louisville, in has resided Hunters. Big Auction Sale. most enjoyable afternoon was spent Pullman. conductor, but for some time It cleans the engine of carbon and. by all present. of ill saves from 15 to 40 per cent., gaso. The Squirrel season opens July 1st. he was off. duty on account 36-- tf health. Last Thursday night one of line. At Columbia, Ky., Monday July 5th. Have you licenses? The law requires Every-bodwill atteud the Chau Consisting of extra good year olds. I you to have licenses where you hunt his sens found him in his room with The Lebanon Falcon dressed is tauqua. his throat cut with a razor lying by off of your own land. have carefully selected, these mules was style last week, looking like a sixteen Mr. Bruce Montgomery, tAssisunt The Fish car has run day and night ,his side: It was reported that he from the Blue Grass pastures of Ken year old. girl in her first spring dreas. Cashier of the First National Bank, since April 15th distributing fish in in a dying condition He is the father tucky, and they are out of good dams rid ..kik eight page paper, who is usually very careful in every the various streams of this State. of Mr. Collins Bridgewater, ;the hus- It is improvement over its former Mary Breeding, this and by the best sires in the State. thing he undertakes, lost his head These Fish are from the Slate hatch- band of Miss nlaqkjst sze, It also has new body The kind that will grow into money, last Tuesday afternoon. He was in ery, and are free for the asking. The place. Friday night he was reported to be type, .which, add3 to its brightness. Mr. Geo H Palmer, Cleveland. O., and make your investment both pleas- his car, in company with his little warden services will be doubled July n. Vv better, but very critical. one of rhe large operators of wide ex- - ant and profitable. Don't miss this son, Jamea Iu going out Burkesville 1st. Ford that the Buchanan The Terience, and who is president of the Sale. Every mule must have a new street he was not as watchful as be Green River has more fish than evFor iale. Ljon'.Compauy-se.is-, goes right along; should have been, and the car jammed er known, with" thousaud of squirrels Palmer Oil &. Gas Company, arrived home at close of this sale. My guar- up whereother machines throw up the agliost a tree in front of Mr. G. in the woods. in Columbia Saturday to locate the By The Kemper Company: spooge; . f head office of the Company. These antee goes with every mule sold. Sale H. Nell's residence, knocking the raT.X Smith. Columbia homes and business proppeople have large holdings in Adair begins promptly at I o'clock p. m. diator out of commission and slightly Born, to the wife of Piof. erty. ' For Sale. county, and they have so much faith Will buy mules. I want to buy some injuring James' right knee. The car Portales, New Mexico, on the Adair county farms, priced right, in the territory that they will spend nice mules 15 to 16 hands high', 4 was hauled to Noe's garage, and Mr. morning of ' June 22, a daughter A folding bed, davenport, dresser, Montgomery and his little son went Choice Oil leases near production. goodly sums of money in development to 7 years old, sound, Martha ;GMlwreath. The message stat and in good home. The ride they had in view range stove, au.i a fuh line of army work nere They have already shippYour patronage is solicited. eu that the raouier aud baby wtre flesh. Bring them in on sale day. 7o pair, russet shoes will be taken up when the' cat gets drilling ed a powerful and Office; Jeffries Hotel Building. dcing nicel. , .. U. T. SELBY. and 225nliaki suits. We also' have a well. rig to be used here, and they expect to F. LSELBY,' button for the use on the coats vr be operating' in good shape within a To Trustees And Patrons. Buy yourseasou tictcat for the ChauJohn Thomas, who 13. a natiye ot blouses that is just as good aud handj very few days. Such people as Mr. Auctioneers. tauqua and sjive jmoney. There will Whitley county, now claiming Knox-vill- e as the regular U. Sr button. Palmer and his associates coming to S.M.BURDETTE, Let every one get ready for school be twelve entertainmeats, and by as hte home, Is In Adair county, Wagon covers and shelter tents '(pup-tentour midst and being willing and ready by July 12th. All patrons should buy buying- a season ticket,-- ' your admissioColumbia Ky. holding santified meetings. His wife and 200 wheels of so fa leather to spend their money .with us should for each show will only be plenty of books for their children! and n-fee and two other women, as we are in at 25c per wheel. be duly appreciated .by our citizens, exchanges before July $th. 18iceals. To buy a single ticket the make all In order- thatr the patrons of the .folding Chairs; that we and they should be encouraged in the Adair County News may know that formed, make up the workers. His No exchanges after that time. cose will be 50 cents ech admission. meeting at Purdy was largely ,attend-edan- d are going to close out at 81 00- each if undertaking in every possible way. we are not miking a cent 'oh the subWe solicit the parents to give the See the amount you would save? quite a number claim that taken in the next 15 days. We' also Mr. V E. Hill, Stidham, Okla., scription price of the paper, we make teachers their hearty they got the blessing. . He also heals have some bargains in benches. Fridaj wee the Bir Chautauqua Noah Loy president and general manager of the tins correct statement: Blann paner. the afflicted, a number having been 0 T. G Rasner&Son. opens here for a week's engagement. H. & H. Oil & Gas domdan?; was upon which' the'News is printed, cost cu d, by the laying 011 of hands, of pocket-boocontaining Lost. A here Mpnday returaiog home from a 15 cents per pound laid down Here. -- ' Died Near Milltown. Brazing. their maladies. All kinds of people $11 45, ' between Garlin school-hous- e visit to his old home In Russell coun- The actual coat of the blank paper make up the world, and many of them Last Friday morning about 5 o'clock and Columbia. The finder will be rety. Mr. Hill talked very encourag-ingl- y for fifty-tw- o copies of The News s are easily deluded. Webraza cast iron, malleable iron, years warded. Mr. Isaac Brockman, forty-fiv- e regarding oil prospects in this 1.50, the' price per year we are now steel fn any size, wrought iron-auold, died at his home Cecil Blair, Craycraft, Ky. territury, and be stated he expected getting from our subscribers. If it Otho Miller, son of D S. P. Miller, He was a victim of dropsy. He is shape or form. to return nere at an early date, to be- was not for the advertising we re- met with a painful and serious acci- survived by his wife and several Last Saturday morning ten or twelve 36 2c iT. G Rasne?'&:Son gin development work on acreage in ceive the- paper would have to be dent last Thursday. He was c rank- children The body was interred Sat- soldters, armed with guns, passed the vicinity of Creelsboro, ,,,. jPriuted.at a loss. Tnere is no .telling ing a Ford have-thand' a kick came, break- urday at the Orr grave-yarnear through. Columbia and went in the Mr Horace' Walker will soon' when biank paper, can be bought ing one of addition to Judge G T Herriford's the bones inthis right arm. Kemp A number of friends attend- direction o'f Burkesville. They gave Mr. D. T Curd, Cave .City, who is cheaper. y m.s if. i In will require some days for the ed the last s. out no information, and it was gener-all- residence co'mploted, that is the woob : a popular traveling dry goods salesman, mending process. surmised: tthat they were after work. It will be a very handsome' was in Columbia and out in the counThe first three miles of the pike,' Paid List. parties who are violating the revenue home when completed. try several days of last week. He ap- from Columbia to Grady vjlle was not Violations of the prohibition law "Later, they "were on the propreciates the trade of the Columbia let last Wednesday the day Guy Nell do ugh t a, heavy team of are,onthe increase in jthis ' part of The iollo wing are new paid'subscrib laws. , fixed to r merchants, and while here he stepped gram for the BurkesviUe Chautauqua. horses and h&rnesd from Irvine Thorn Kentucky. is . not known that ers and renewals since our .Issue ot last open bids. There was only one bid, '' ,'j into the Bank of Columbia and lefC that of the Danville- .Construction moonshine distilleries are la opera Tuesday. as, CampbellsvUle, add also a log wag;, No Change in the. Oil Situation. C. L.Hurt, I. M, Sutherland, with Mr. John W. Flowers the price Company, S33,00O, Tiot Including the tion in Adair county';- - but it on, for $500. Wv of a season ticket to ,the Chataubua. bridge. The bid .was rejected The that moonshine whisky ,ft belnir & Harris, Porter A- - .Strange, Mont The Ford is the car for this county While several parties interested in L ''- - ' said ho could not be here and ,h& next move has not bjn. annpunce4rby drunk" here As lfcrVmaa Harmon, .Jbha;,A ionea, Geo. , E, Sold by.Buchana.Loyn. I tba oil industry have'Dten' in coram ittemffio'Jm&Smkwr, bub Ueabt Mr- -. Flowers to hand Shields. u? (fz 3r. xUrecfcj iuKwwted; . v vtf, I.TH X. vs; J. ? 19 ix&j&ig. A Chautauqua is -a-sea"-L-.tt- When a person has1 important business that need quick attention, he will invariably call for a Ford machine.. It never fails to get there. Sold by Buchanau Lyon Co Last Wednesday about fifty ladies and a number of younger people gath ered at the hospital home of Mr. and Mrs. B E, Rowa to do honor to Mrs. Gurdof Bowling Green, Mrs White,, jpf Jurham, N. C, Mrs. Strange, of Frederick, Okla., and other guests of All New Fords Cars that have recently been purchased, we hope that each and every one will bring their car in, especially the ones that have starters, and, let our expert make any necessary adjustment. Remember this will be Free. It is our intention of seeing that our SERVICE is Second to, none. Do not feel that you are not Welcome. Our force has positive instructions that Courteous Treatment must be for women .or children to ride or their Motto. drive. Will sell at a bargain if BUCHANAN LYON CO., INC., taken at once- Columbia, Ky. - County bia since our last issue, there is no material change in the situation. Courthouse Dies. There are people hare who have much faith, believing that Adair county John E. (Jack) More. 53 years old, will yet prove to be a paying oil field. who conducted the cigar stand in the is given out that severaj, wells will It in the lobby of the old courthouse for be started iu this county some spec many years, died yesterday . afternoon ulators who have been here, saying; in a Ideal sanibarium.. He was stricken that they are well pleased with tha with illness on May 13, and on last Sun-da- y formations, aud they have no that hesuffered a second stroke, which doubt but eventually oil'will be proproduced total paralysis. duced in paying quantities. By waitMr. Mpore who was born in Ken- ing we will see what we will see. tucky, settled in Dallas twenty-seve- n Every body will attend the Chautau years ago. He early began to invest his savings In Dallas property, with qua, wny.' Because they will be the result that he left a considerable handsomely entertained. The finest of estate. He dealt largely in county music and the best of lecturers: script and this enabled him to form an extensive acquaintance throughout For Sale. the city and county. Everybody knew him as Jack Moore. A good saw.mill, all machinery in, Surviving Mr. Moore are a sister, splendid condition. Mrs. J. F. Montgomery of Columbia, Homer Tucker, Kniflay, Ky. Ky. j a nephew , Elbert C. Moore of Dallas, and two nieces, Mrs. E W Muse of Dallas, and Miss Georgia Lindsey-Wilso- n Faculty. Moore of New Mexico. Mr, Moore was never marrried. Arrangements for the The following teachers make up funeral were not completed last night. for the Lindsay-Wilso- n for the Dallas Texas' 'Paper. year 1920-21- : Mr. Moore, so a Dallas 'paper estiR. V. Bennett, Principal. mates leaves an estate valued at $100, M. F. Graan. B. A., Emar? Univer000. A friend who wasJEacquainted sity. Charge Athletics and teacher with his business, says that his estats in High School. will reach over $200,000. The property Miss Katharina E Murrell, High will be divided batweeu Mrs. J. F. School teacher. Montgomery, this place, Elbert Moore Miss Minnie Kemp, High School of Dallas, a nephew, and two nieces, department. Mrs E. W. Muse, Dallas and Mrs. Miss Ruth Hynas, B. A , Raudolph. Georgia Moore, New Mexico. Macon College, High School teacher. Miss Eva Rhodus, Graded teacher. for Sale, Misa Nellie Beauchamp, Graduate A good combine mare gentle Logan College, Graded School Dapart-mea- t. known Character ' At 36-t- f" the-facult- Mrs. Ruby Turney, Music. Mrs. Lucy Hudson, Matron. r W.M-Wilso- n', 1- -4 goods,-includin- te . - s) - - 2 - '- 36-2- - k near-Milltow- n. d - d, ?- -it sad-rite- -- It -- : - 1 -- . - Mt&krttom ,9r,,!TM4t .. ii- -j it - " ;-- fwfi" f,M jT' W- - X - S" o ADAIR CQUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN 5 BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING y 9 Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 9 Also Ellwood and American Fence. 9 Steel Fence Posts ROOFING 'Incornorated I am' now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this line, call at once. . 9 116 DEHLEP BROS. CO. Eatrtkel Street' Between rirsl and Brook .C Louisville, Ky. 98 SHOES! SHOES!! 98 8 98 98 8 9 AUTOMOBILE LINE 8 8 Columbia and Gampbellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. KJ2!Eog Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 8 1 bought them My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. I a a a a 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9:30 p. m. and I p. m. 8 8 8 PHONES: ) Columbia, 123 f Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. 9 i C It 7i7T7i7J7r7I7NT7ITISTt rlT7rxTsiJTTTTTlx BUGGIES AND WAGONS.! I selling them at living prices. Rid- have a large supply of the very best makes and am ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. price. matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and Colun bia Barber Shop LOY A Sc LOWE Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. a&Ka3KKKKX$Ki iosyncracies of the people, people apparently gone mad in the game of life. Third Party Calls Convention. A. -s- F. SCOTT S 33 3- &- WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. i DEALER IN t brought delight. ry Obitua But the joy was of short dursketch, Consider the gunman, what he ation, for in the same mail the The subject oflthis same day came the bell, born is and what he does. Miss Lura Hadley, was April He is one who is quick on when the order for this paper March 15, 1899, and died twenty the draw,a center shot, and was placed the company accept9, 1920. She was about vmrv. nf wickedness in the ing it wrote that they did not rJontfi. She u. - -one years om w, uw. Mr. hide which God once made pure. know when they would be able was the second daughter of He is a hero to vice and a terror to make shipment, nor what the and Mrs. H. C. Hadley who to respectability. He kills want J price prevailing when shipment in this section. ' She was a young lady of ami- only and is proud of slaying. He was made. and glories in acts which all decent . In normal times, back in good able and lovable disposition family. people abhor. The daily press of old days, the two tons received was the pride of the our great cities are full of the She attached herself to the exploits of gunmen, who should the other day cost around $85. church about six years ago, and Vio Btretahinir roDe. but instead We would like for you to guess the cost of the two tons that bail Hppti nracticine a christian taking life. The gunman is a just came in. are life until the end came. Yet all product of corruption in politics No you are wrong dear reader. christian character the traits of and police forces, and of lenien- We know you are wrong, for no and signs of intelligence pasB cy on the part of courts and for nothing when that destroyer juries. A rigid enforcement of one would think of guessing such a figure. , of such a vast number of the law in any community would The human race marKs me vicuma . ,uwur death is a serious soon elimate the gunmen, xney amount cost was $625. To this must be added freight Miss Lura's family Would ue eituci. ucau, v. blow to the immediate living. But and drayage. over the or earning an honest The house from which the paand has thrown a gloom warp politics is warb politics entire community. police for- per was secured writes frankly fitting and police forces are about the matter. In a letter it It is difficult to draw a ces in the big cities. The gang is says: "We realize the price we portrait of, and tribute to the too powerful for either. are charging you for this paper dead. We are prone to permit Joy. Our to lead us from a is very high indeed, and we our feelings of the form don't see how any news papercan true delineation was laid to The Enterprise a few days ago afford to pay for it. we bought of our subject. She rest in the family grave yard on recieve a shipment oE two tons of the paper from the mills because the tenth. The funeral services print paper, slightly more than.a we wanted something with were conducted by Rev. George two month's supply, and as it which to take care of our trade." Blakely amidst a large concourse was the first to be received on The Enterprise no longer wonof sorrowing friendB. J. A. Turner. several outstanding orders placed ders that there has been so many Big Elm. Mm creeks ago. its arrival newspaper suspensions in the - l"- - - The Gunman. country recently. Lebanon En- - terprise. Cases of oak or ivy poisoning should be -- !,. treated with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It is antiseptic and healing and a splendid remedy for such troubles. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and $120 per Drug Co. bottle. Sold by re-si- de Paull PHANRV without laiu la the treatment of Eczema, i Tetter. Rlacwenn, Itch, etc.' ocat become discouraged be- rauwBuwr creatraeata railed. Hunt' S1t hat relieved ofaocB case. You can't lose on cur Won ay Bath Cmmrantt: Trylt at our risk nun-drcda quest3onifHunt'St Bir , H rnco75cat Sold by Paull Drug Company. ; J j, Short-Live- d A time will come when we as a people will emerge from our present condition of indifference to consequences. It may be a year, or two, or five, or more, and great changes may take place before we are again a normally moving people. But we Americans are not a class to be kept forever keyed up in a turmoil of excitement. In some way or other we will find our level and resume the wh olesome existence was enjoyed defore the world was ot'ablaze by the fires of war. It is a hope which buoys us and reconciles us to the id Asserting that the Republican 1i. 2, 3 h AND 5 TON Convention " ignored most of the serious problems and mentioned For Low Cost per Ton, Milel others only to reveal its unwillSEE ingness to face them honestly", A. F. SCOTT, the Committee of Forty-eigh- t, Casey Creek, Ky. in a statement signed by Amos Finchot and other members, said "whatever uncertainty existed as to whether there would be a new party candidate yor President had been removed." The organ HENRY W. DEPP, ization will adopt a platform and DENTIST nominate a candidate for President at a convention in Chicago Am permanently located in July 10. "The Republican party Columbia. , has now driven out of representation in its councils the millions All Classes of Dental Woik Done. of voters who followed Roosevelt Crownadge and Inlay Work a Johnson and LaFollete." Specialty. tne statement said, ine new All Work Guaranteed will party represent these voters Office: next door to post office. and will present a definite and cons ructive programe." The statement said that the new Tn thf nuiz condu cted by the party had been organized in thirSrnrp a FTnnkinsv illelawver testi-- 'l ty States, and that it would be the Bingham tax1 prepared to put its electoral tick- fiedthat in legal fee should have et on the ballots in every State. case the been 30,000 inste ad of $125,000 A bad taste in the mouth comes The Bolsheviki army is fleeing from a disordered stomach and slugin diso rderly route before the gish state of the bowel?. Herbine coradvancing and victorious Poles. rects the trouble immediately. It German officers Commanding, purifies the bowels, helps digestion, and sweetens the breath. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Price, 60c. GARFORD TRUCKS ) the Russians are being held respons ible for defeat. Both the Federal . Prohibition home of Earico Caruso, Amendments and the Volstead Act The the singer, at Easthampton, N.Y. were held constitutional by the Supreme uourt in aecisions ren-- J was robbed of jewels valued at dered. $500,000. The Rev Vander Meulen has accepted the Presidency of the Presbyterian Theological Semi nary in Louisville. The misery and depression caused by a bilious and constipated condition. of the system can do quicaiy removed by using Herbine. It purifies, strengthens and invigorates Price 60c Sold by Paull Drug Co. i ,Jfc - CQgTY NEW PATHOS IN PLEAS Baboo Writing Communications- Evidently Composed Under Stress Proposal of Marriage Can Only Be Classed as Remarkable. SETTLED QUESTION OF HAIR After Experience With Kerosene, Captain Hopkins Had Not Any Further Worry About It. More Than Humor in Samples of Baldness Is a condition the threat 3f which will frequently stir men of even the most dormant vanity. Hair tonics have netted fortunes for their Inventors and there are countless remedies of the old housewife, some of which, such as the application of kerosene, make the writer, at least feel that the disease might be preferable to the cure. The sea captain John D. Whldden tells of In his "Ocean Life In the Old Sailing Ship Days," certainly discovered to his sorrow one of the possible results of such a "cure." Captain Hopkins was giving a dinner to some of the other ship captains and their wives who were in the harbor of Bahla at the same time with him. As the cabin of the captain's brig was small, the table was laid under awnings on top of the cabin. The guests arrived ajid dispersed about under the awnings to enjoy themselves until dinner was served. Captain Hopkins, who was a general favorite, after a few minutes went below, "presumably to put a few finishing touches to his appearance." The captain, who was "a small man, with a quaint, seamed, whiskerless face," was troubled about his thinning hair and, after trying all sorts of tonics, some one had told him that "kerosene oil, well rubbed in, would cause a healthy growth when everything else had failed." Captain Hopkins tried It and came to have great faith In It, "going around with his head glistening, and an odor distilling from him like a Pennsylvania oil derrick." Down in his cabin, now, he proceeded to give a fresh application of the kerosene. Suddenly the people on deck were startled by a yell, "and the next Instant the head of old Hopkins appeared above the companlonway, blazing like a giant candle. The ladies screamed, while one or two captains caught up buckets and, dipping up salt water over the brig's side, deluged the captain's head, extinguishing him in a moment but leaving him as bald as an egg, although beyond a few blisters he was not seriously hurt." Captain Hopkins, It turned out had lighted a lamp and somehow brought the match In contact with his head. 1 Serpents, baboons, Ugefs and other dangerous and disturbing creatures; have not Infrequently Interfered with the work of progress and Improvement In India. The distracted telegram of a baboo station master, asking for Instructions In the unpleasaat emergency of "tiger dancing on platform," has long been a stock anecdote. He ws certainly excusable for being In his mind and In his Engrath-ehp9et There were some prettq long waits for the Doctor in the horse-and-bugg- q datjs lish. "There are two men In the United States whose Income last year was over $16,000,000. There are five men In the United States whose income last year was over ?5,000,000 apiece. In 1914, before the war started, there were 60 men whose annual incomes were over $1,000,000 apiece. Last year there were 248 whose Incomes were lineage and of Independent Incomes, over $1,000,000 apiece. In 1914 there and hoping that having debated this were 114 men whose Incomes were beproposition In your preoccupied mind tween 3500,000 and $1,000,000 apiece. you will concordantly corroborate In Last year there were 403 men whose espousing your female progeny to my Incomes reached this Immense sum. tender bosom and thereby acquire me In 1914 there were 147 men whose InInto your family circle. Tour dutiful comes were between $300,000 and much-coveteson-ln-Iaw- ." The recent plea of a baboo office clerk, addressed to the head of the firm whose son, a confirmed had been recently put In charge, had less to justify Its urgency yet there ar- many who will sympathize. "If this office will be continuously Infested by sprightly canine with penchant for eating legs," he wrote, "how shall work be performed to honor's satisfaction? I beseech with honor relegate the friend of man to house and home, where noxious behavior will be suitably admired." The gentleman who reports this choice gem adds another, less recent but equally characteristic: "Office cat, by reason of rats, daily growing lean," he notified his superior. "Will superintendent please Increase the contingent allowance for her return to stoutness?" Here Is a fine example of baboo, and a proposal of marriage, too: "Dear sir It is with faltering penmanship that I write to have communication with you about the prospective condition of your damsel offspring. "For some remote time to past a se-cret passion has been firing my bosom Internally with loving for your daughter. I have navigated every channel in the magnitude of my extensive jurisdiction to cruelly smother the growing love-knthat Is being constructed in my within side, but the timid lamp of affection trimmed by Cupid's productive hands still nourNeedless heart. ishes my love-sic- k would It be for me to numerically extemporize the great conflagration that has been generated In my head and heart During the region of Tightness my intellectual cranium has been entangled in thoughtful attitude after my beloved consort Nocturnal has been the infirmity which has besieged my now degenerate constitution. My educational capabilities have abandoned me, and I now cling to those lovely tresses of d your daughter like a mariner shipwrecked on the rock of love. As to my scholastic caliber, I was recently ejected from Calcutta university. I am of lofty and original dog-love- r, 1 ot slum-berlessne- ss Mini1 WmmWmY'n- it easier to get around and MAKEmake healthier and happier communities. No one any longer questions the worth of the automobile or begrudges any legitimate expense connected with it. But millions of car owners are rebelling at the idea that running an automobile has got to mean waste. II ElllS ii - f Every now and then you hear a neighbor complain that "he doesn't seem to have much luck with tires." Send him to us. The minute a man begins to question the service his tires are giving him, he's ready to listen to reason. Our business is built on the principle that the only way to get better tire service is to get better tires to start with. That's why we have taken the representation for U. S. Tires. III I U. S. Tires have a reputation for quality. Built up through years of creating better tires. Such as the straight side automobile tire, 11' JwS' Concentration of Wealth. In substantiation of the contention that very much of the "national wealth Is finding Its way Into a few private bands, Congressman Henry T. Italney, In the house of congress, made the following statements, based on statistics of the federal Income tax bu- 91830 reau: Select your fires according to the roada they have to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever the going is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. S. Chain or Usco. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. everywhere Royal Cords. For best results U. S. 400,000 apiece. a what is taking place In now, says the Milwaukee Journal. This is one of the new states carved out of the old empire. It inherited from the old empire Its share of Inflated war money more 8,000,000,000 than crowns, worth In the old days about 20 cents each, but whose present value a Is around one cent. realizes that Its money must have more value. So In the recent reorganization of its financial system all of the old money was called in and new Czecho-Slo-vakiAustro-Hung-garia- Move for Sound Currency. How the great volume of European currency, unsecured by gold or real estate. Is to be reduced is illustrated by "Today there are 400 men who enjoy that large Income. In 1914 there were 130 men whose Incomes exceeded $250,000. and was under $300,000. Now there are 350 who enjoy that income. In 1914 there were 233 men with an Income between $200,000 and $250,000. Now there are 750 men who are enjoying that Income. In 1914 there were 406 men whose incomes exceeded $150,000 and was unNow there are 1,300 der $200,000. men who enjoy that Income." A the pneumatic truck tire It is not by chance that U. S. Tires are made by the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world. We are proud to represent U. S. Tires in this community. 4f"'- -, n i if. i L n United States Tires W. E NOE, VESTON HOLT, Czecho-Slovakl- Wilderness Establishment money issued. But the volume of new money Is 38 per cent less than the old, and the state cannot increase this except by providing adequate security (gold, silver, bonds, commercial paper, warehouse receipts, etc.) upon which to base the issue. Further plans have been made to withdraw from circulation another 1,500.000,000 crowns. Girls Invade the Navy. And now the women want to join the navy, too, observes the Tulsa World. Officers of the local recruiting station received the shock of their lives lately when two fair ladies of this city applied at the station for enlistment In the navy. They declared that they wanted to see the world and that they considered the navy as the best place for their pursuit as Uncle Sam paid all' the traveling expenses. When Chief Roth told them Sam Cook is the keeper of a stopping place at Rocky Lake on the main winter trail In from the Pas in Manitoba to the Flln Flon mining country. He supplies shelter for man and beast but no provender. Horse and dog teams transport their own feed. For the human travelers the Cook establishment provides dishes, water and fire only, the visitors doing their own cookipg. If there Is any food left the travelers usually leave It for their host. Cook keeps a set of books of a sort and these show that since November last 1,600 freight teams, n outfits, and 1,500 that Is, do? teams have passed his place, and 932 men used his roof as shelter overnight. Cook collects 25 cents for each traveler that uses his cooking utensils. He says that business Is looking so good as the result of the mining development that he is going to erect a much larger stopping place this summer. Including a stable capable of giving shelter to 100 horses. horse-draw- Jamestown, Ky. Columbia, Ky ! J flea Beetle A Is -- ) injuring Grapes SCENE FROM "PEG O' MY HEART" c bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVkIPbijbbb yeomanettes were being enlisted now as there Is no war on, they left the office, saying that they would be back Just as soon as another war broke out Psychology Again to the Rescue. "Clothes do not make the man," rephilosopher. marked the ready-mad- e "Let us hope for the best" rejoined Mlss Cayenne. "Perhaps some of the society lads who are putting on oven alls will be psychologically influenced to attempt a regular day's work." English Like O. Henry's Works. Henry is a favorite author In England. The Euglish publishers of his works recently reported that the total sales' through tiem amounted to 900,000 copies. O. that no small glossy blue beetle JsiBBBBBHnlsBYBYJ is doing much damage to the IbBihiB'P&IbV &I1bbbbbbH grapes in practically all "etion? of the State of Kentucky. These El'BSBBvllBKpii'HL jSaHP" 3WPtS:Mf: &ky. BMbS!JhBH!X JImBBBBBBBbH insects destroy the leaves ana BBratx4BHH&yiBflHr 5HbW gwBBLryatt'!-'-'-TMBBJJfJbbBBbbbbbbV lay eggs in the crevices at tht base and on the stems The egg hatch in a few days producing h sluggish grub which continues r 0 He Came Back. damage both the vines and the I am employed id an attorney's ofBBBBEysAS&cLttuv BBBByjaBBvaBBvBVBVBVBVBVavBVB I JjWv aSaPOw BBVAVSBflHBBBjBBlBaHBsBjH&i' v) fice. One afternoon he was leaving for lruit. They are not a new insect his golf club and not wantng to miss sH&!HSli sskI& :'BBbBWIBBHbHb:-:HbkrtfU tPV'BBBBBKHflHlKPVi his train by waiting to lunch, sent me buc appear rather periodically for some sandwiches, writes a corre- so thdc it is impossible to tell spondent. When I returned the switchap j 1 hWI f board operator told me he had left and just when to expect them. The ' f&&$& V vJb bTJ W ''BwBI BHIE& j&V apparently forgot the sandwiches. So College of Agriculture is recom I ate them. I had Just finished eating v.lv? c9BBbVHbBBBBBH f ' ' && H them when he returned for his sand- mending the use of arsenate or wiches. What followed was my most lead at the rate of two pounds of This piquant play, designated by lu masterful performance by our cap- audiences that "Peg O' My Heart" Is embarrassing moment powder to fifty gallons of water lotable critics as "The irresistible able compary of Broadway Pl3yera, the greatest comedy auccesa of thm .omedy of youth, love and laughter," eaves no doubt in 4.he minds of our present decade. Does Anybody Know? as a means to control the se in- mrrlea a tear or a laugh in every line. "Flahlng season Is open now." u "Tep. but rm afraid to fblnk of It" sects. "Why?" KKBKBSbSbsSSsSksBv'' KKKtBBBKvXSB9'''KSKm9Si. 7A i '. tlvtwBBBKBKlw IIbBkbBbbbbV 3f' IBBBBBBBBBBMBlin feel certain that when I start to get. my tackle In shape, they'll tell me there's a scarcity of fish hodlei and fish .lines." ' VI In Senator" Penroseii reported to be in a dying conditio. Columbia, July 9 to 4 14 inclusive - ?- - V 4- '?. THE ADAIR CODrvrx NEWS N-evJs 48ajr $l Coaivtv Published Pa Wednesdays. Alva Grider B. O. OPTOMETRIST Mgr Six 3:00 P. M. 3:40 P. M. 4:40 P. M. 8:00 P. M. Day Chautauqua FIRST DAY Concert The Rondoliers. " , Entertainment Frank G. Armitage, Character Portrayals and Novelties. , SIX INTERESTING REASONS WHY 1. Colam6ia, Kentucky. -Y- - - - you should wear a Spirella J E. MURREUL. Editor JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building MRS. DAISY HAMLETT DeaocntJeanrtpspczderotod to tha Interest' theClty of Columbia md the popla ci A&alr csd adjoining count!. Post-offic- Entered at the Columba' ' ). simfS man matter. e as second r . MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. Organization of Jujnior Chautauqua. Concert The Rongoliers. Novelty j Instrumental Company. SECOND DAY f sr - . WED. JUNE. 30. 1920, .50 Subscription Price 1st and,'2na Postal Zone per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perlyear A Subscription due and Payable inlAdvance if ANNOUNCEMENTS FOE CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce FbURTH DAY The! intended groom is well known RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a student for sev- 3:00 P. M. Lecture "More Taffy and Less Epitaphy." a candidate for the Democratic nom- here, having beenLindsey-Wilsoination for Congress in tliis, the Eighth eral years in the ftDr. H. W. Sears. Congressional District of Kentucky. His many friends will be ready to 8:00 P. M. The Irish Love ComedyWPeg O' My Heart," by J. State Primary! Election Saturday, extend their best wishes. a INew York Productions with n. Chautauqua Picnic for the Juniors. .2.3 Concert The jGrypsy Serenaders. To Be Married. imc of the Far. Away .Countries. , pay Serenaders. received here Inyitations have been .Wiarld in Turmoil" 8:40 P.M-- r Lecture-"T- he a to trie marriage of Miss Virginia Morris pershon Hindus, Russian Bowers, Elk Park, North Carolina, THIRD DAY to Mr. Aimer Winfield Reece, which will take place at the home of the in- 3:00 P. M. Concert The'CpUedy Club, Male Quartet. J tended bride Wednesday afternoon, 8:00 P. M. Concert The.Cpntedy Club. June 30th. 8:40 P. M. Lecture "GresTof Gold." Will be at their home, Jamestown, Dr. H. V. Adams. Ky., after July 25th. 9:00 A. M. 3:00 P. M. Or-liA , 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. Spirella Corsets have received certificates and diplomas 3 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. By the Spirella System of Residence Service by trained corsetleres.each garment Js .selected, made and adjusted 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, bdt 'Spirella has exactly the right corset for each individual. 6. Spirella Coisets are durable and economical. The patented stays are guaranteed against rust and breakage for one year or new corset free. " The Spirella Stay is : : MRS. GEO. E. WILSON, SPIRELLA CORSETIERE, Columbia, Ky. Phone 142 mSMSx&mA iS?2tiswm'm&'A Jgi.qs&aaSPE August 7, We 1920. Notice. To any and all election officers who may be holding keysito Locks on Bal 3:00 P. lot Boxesjand also Seals, are requested to return them to County Clerk's offce at once, and save the County 8:45 P. cost of buying new ones. FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. , Very Truly, Son. We are authorized tq announce S.'C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. 3;00 P. Richard P. Ernst, of,Kenton county, Mr. O. D. Arnold and family, who 3:45 P. a Republican candidatelfor U. S. Senator. Primary first Saturday in Au- were residentslof this place for sever' gust al years, left for another location two 8:00 P. weeks ago. We do not know where CONTHE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL they located, butlhave heard several VENTION. different places named. Mr. Arnold sold medical preparations over the When the Democratic National county and was well and favorably Convention was called to order known His wife is a very excellent June 28, in San Francisco, there lady. are authorized to announce THANK L. RIPY, off Anderson County, a Democratic candidate for Congress, in the Eighth 'district, subject to the action of the State prjmary Auguit 7, 1920. M M Hartley Manners Broadway Players. First time ever presented Chautauqua. FIFTH DAY Concert Vierra's Royal Hawaiians. Hiawaiian Singers and Players. l Lecture "What's Under Your Hat?" Dr. James Whitcomb Brougher of Los Angeles.. SIXTH DAY on Some Real Bargains In Suits Men's all wool Blue Serge Suits, sizes 36 to 46. Good style first quality, A Regular price $45.00 to $50.00 Our price only $25.00. i . M Concert The Metropolitan Opera Quintet. M. Lecture "The Heart of the Toiler." Allan A. Tanner. M. Grand Concert The Metropolitan Opera Quintet. Ingrid Arneson of Minneapolis, soprano; Jane of the Chicago Grand Opera Company, contralto; Alfred Anderson of Chicago, tenor; Hugh Anderson4of Chicago, bass; Edna L. Whitmore, Mac-Conn- Young men's latest style waist line slash pockets, to $30, values, Save horn $1.00 to etc, $25 Our price $1 7.50. Boys suit all colors, good styles, $3.00 to $14.50. suite. $4.00 on boys Buy them here. ell A classy line of shoes for Men, Women, and Children Priced to save you from 50c, to $2.50 per pair. See our line of Swan Hats at $4.25 Lots of Bargains here, We can please you. ResDt. was a political ass emblage of Calvin Gilmer, an old colored man, more representative of the whole died near town one day last week. He people than any that has hither- was between 80 and 90 years old. He to come together to select a can- served in the Federal army during didate for the highest office in the latter days of the civil war, and PERSONALS. Misses Alice Walker and Mary two of Columbia's pianists, Gris-som, several days of last week with Mrs. J. P. Hutchinson. Mr. Edward Hamiett left Thursday afternoon for a visit to Elizabeth town and Louisville. UOFF BROS. STORE, Columbia, Kentucky. r-- the United States Government. drew a large pension for quite a numIn view of the cordiality of the ber of years. Democratic party in welcoming the new voters and in sharing party honors with them, it has been long predicted that beneath most of the State banners wo men delegates arid women alternates would have seats. Lists compiled by the Woman's Bur-eaDemocratic National committee, prove that this forcast is jsubstaintially correct. The keynote speech of Homer Cumminghas the proper ring. No man Democrat or Republican should fail to read it. Since our last report County Clerk Neat has issued the following mar- left Master Guy Jackm an, who has been Conserv in the Masonic Home, Louisville, reThursday morning for the atory cf Music, Cincinnati. They will tained to his home here a few days ago. be absentiour or five weeks. Mrs. ityyii ty-M- . u, As we go to press the Democratic National Convention is at San Francisco. It looks like McAdoo. There will be a fight at San Francisco for light wines and beer. Judging from the reports in the daily papers the contest will be fought out on the floor of the convention. Gov. Edwards claims that 750 of the delegates are opposed to the Volstead amendment. It is said that the New York and the Ohio delegates will vote for a modificacounty. We have for sale at this ofUce type- Russell in Columbia several hours Thursday. tion of the amendment. Montgomery, J. R. writing paper in boxes, also ribbons Messrs. J. F. Miss Pearl Bradshaw visited at for the typewriter. In fact, we keep Garnett and L. C. Winfrey, of Colum- Greensburg last week. Circuit Court. Mr. E. L. Feese, who has been at Bettie Hutohison, who has sevwork in the Berea Colege printing riage licenses: John R. Coomer and been in a critical condition for very much improved office, returned home last Wedn esday Exie Parrish; Jim Ed Willis and Letha eral months, has nsght. now able to walk about her home. Morrison; S. M. Rogers and Rubie M Miss Corinne Breeding, who visited Eirquin; Wm. E. Barnes and Mattie Mr. Ray Flowers, who is selling J. at Lebanon, returned home last WedHarmon; J. C. Greer and Vinie E. B. Colt Lighting and Cooking plants nesday. She v as accompanied by Mr. Taylor. in Metcalfe County, was at home a few and Mrs. Collins Bridgewater and days of last week. He has been very Mr D. E. Phelps spent a week in successfui, selling nearly every family their little daughter Corinne, Wilson. Ohio, returning a few days ago. His Mr. G.A. Smith was in Russel in the town of Edmonton and has mission to that State was to buy a Springs and Jamestown a day or two supplied many farmers. farm, but he did not close a trade. v. Weeks. Lexington, who. of last week. Mr He found many desirable farms, but Mr. Jo Hurt, who is employed by was here last winter, in the oil busthey werelup in the pictures. the International Harvester Cominess, arrived last Tuesday night and pany, headquarters at New Albany, has again taken up the work here. The Russell circuit court will was at home last Thursday, to see sbout the middle of this week, Mr. T.Earl Williams,of Burkesville, his parents. The first week was taken up in try was In Columbia a few days of last Mr. W. K. Greathouse, Mt. Vernon, ing misdemeanor cases. There are a week. lnd., was in Columbia a few days ago. few civil cases set for this week. Mr. June Kimble, of Russel Springs, Mr. L. C. Lovitt and wife, Corbin, was here a few davs ago. For Sale. were here the latter part of last week, Mr. Bee Whitis, who is in charge looking up the title to a 'piece of land will arrived from Somin the Eastern portion of Adair counWe will sell privately, this week sev- of theJFlowers erset last Tuesday nignt. ty. eral nice pieces of furniture and Mr. Edgar F. Bates, of Danville, other good articles. Mrs. Lola Lovett, Mr. Basil Richardson, prominent' was here a few days since. Mrs. Lorena Grubbs. member of the Glasgow bar,-anMr. Mr. R. L. Durham, Who is. having Perry Humble, same city, were here at Purdy, this Thursday, en route to the.JRussel A person who has a disposition to operated a saw-mi- ll invest in stock, oil or any other kind, county, was in Columbia last Wed- circuit court. and is not thoroughly up on the prop- nesday. Mr. Robert Scott of Virginia was osition presented, should consult with Mr.Dewey Kimble, of Louisville, toere a few days ago. friends who know how to make money, was here one day last week. He was Miss Estelle Willis, Joppa, was in men who have been successful in out in Interest of the Transylvania Columbia, shopping, Thursday. their Investments. Presbytery. He went from liere to Miss Maud Thomas. Milltown, was OertelS D0UBIE-DAR- K Have DRINK The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory I it in your home at all times The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. t Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, Co. Distributor, Kentucky. as. was here last Friday, en route died by her niece, Miss Gladys Smith. home, after spending a week with his Master Jas. Moss, Gradyville, Is visparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hundley, iting his grandfather, Mr. G. T. Breeding. Flowers. P Mr. Ft H. Durham and his two sons in stock every article in the stationery line. The convening of the Adair circuit court, next Monday, will bring quite a tjrowd of people to Columbia. Judge Carter and State's Attorney A. A. Huddleston, are expected to be on time, and the business of the Court, though the docket. is light, will move along nicely. Jndge Carter will give Ills usual Instructions to the grand Jury and that body will likely be at work for a week. Master Masons degree will be conferred on two by Columbia Lodge, No. 96, this Tuesday night: and Miss Delia who live uear Sano this county Brock, were married in Jeffersonville Ind., last week. Mr, Roe Brockinan Eubank is now at work on new addition to his shop. L. B. his Hunt has the contract. Mr. Sam bia bar, were at Jamestown circuit court last week. Mr. Gorden MontRussel circuit gomery returned court Friday. Mrs. E. B. Barger and daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers, Mr. arid Mrs, Chelcie Barger were in Louisville last week to see the games called, Columbus against Louisville. Mr. E. B. Bargei is a member of the Columbus team. Miss Bessie Cofer, of Coburg, spent to-th- e Mr. W. E. Bradshaw and wife, Louisville, are visiting at the home of Mr. Bradshaw's parents, Mrs. Willie Hynes is expected home, from Louisville, this week. Mrs. W. A. Garnett and her daughters, Misses Allye, Ethel and Rena, were In Louisville several days of last week. Mr. J. H, Hundley, of Moody, Tex went to Louisville attended the picnic given by the Masons, St. John's gomery. Day. It was a great sight to the boys, Geo. H. Palmer, of the Palmer Oil they will & Gps Company, Cleveland, O., arrivwho saw more Masons than ever see again, in all probability, in ed last Saturday and will be here for one day. some time. His drilling outfit will be Master James Garnett, of Louisville, here soon. arrived last Thursday night, to spend Mrs. Brittle Webb, our Glensfork a ' week or two with his aunt, Miss contributor, called at the News office Jennie Garnett. last Saturday. .Master Barksdale Hamiett, is visMarvin Hicks, a step son of Mr. iting his grandparents at Elizabeth-town- , Louisville, is visiting at the home of Mr. T. G. Rasner. Messrs. Charles Buehler, Hectar Mr. Byron Mongomery spent Suns, Dessay, and Chas. A. Banum, day with his family here. Ind. were in Columbia last Mr. and Mrs. Porter A. Strange, Saturday. who made a pleasant visit to relatives Mr. A. J. Casey, Lebanon,Tenn.,was and friends here, left Monday morning for their home, Frederick, Okla. at the Jeffries Hotel last Saturday. Mr. w. A. Coffey, of this bar, was Mr. G. A. Roy, Nicholasvllle, had business in Columbia a few days ago in the Russell circuit court Beveral Mrs. Harriet D. Cundiff, of Marion, days of last week. Ind., is visiting relatives in Columbia, stopping at the home of her sister, Sam Burdette sold twenty two Mrs. Sallie F. McLean. mules in Jamestown the first day of Hiss Alma McFarland returned from the Russel circuit court at from Indianapolis Friday night, accompa- - $75. 00 to $175.00' per head. Dal-tonRasn- er, Tina Wells, Russell Springs, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. F. Mont-Mrs.' $ Vln-cenne- . L r .. ADAIR COUNTY NEYS S XOI 6 B XOE xo o 1& o M Special Bargains In order to reduce our stock by July 1st, Inventory, we are ' offering reductions in all Departments , TO THE FARMERS O .5 7 4 ' . r,V t Special Low Prices on ' J. J ! O M itj.y Ladies Dresses Skirts, Waists, &c. V' o D ..,'-- Now is the time you need work tools. fi.- . i. J Ladies Hats and other goods in 'Millinery Hi. Department at Cost -: ' 4 And we are ready to supply you with Plows, s - :.tt' ., ... Cultivators, ' Disc .Harrows, RUSSELL & CO, IDE - i j; Corn Planters, Corn Drills, 30 rz !;" Lf- - o XOI i t And all other kinds of Implements, 1 a Wagons, Field Buggies, -- -- 3 Harness, Fertilizers: Seed, - and .jt THE UNIVERSAL CAR ,v i.t The Ford Sedan is high -- class in appearance and appoint. DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. M ments. The seats are cloth of high quality. and deeply upholstered with Large doors give;Convenient entrance on restful-, Columbia, either side; plate glass windows make it a closed car for inclement weather, and give fresh air when open. With high quali-- y in appearance and equipment there is the simple and safe control in driving. in the year. A woman's car a family car for every day Ford Sedam $1024.58, f. o. d. Detroit. THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N Average Man'S Property S COMPANY. I NCiO RPORATED. Campbellsville, Ky. z?&sM Come In and See Columbia, Ky. rf-.i. the $7,000,000 3V-inch Tire Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. Material and la bor costs have advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are; still going up. Have you increasgd your insurance to cover the increase in values? Are you fully This is the famous Firestone molded 34 inch tire that has its own plant, its own special machinery, special methods, special organiza- Additional THE CALL OF Locals. KENTUCKY. The following lines were written by MIbs Catherine Williams, who formerly lived in Adair county. Her home at present is in Hutchlsen, Kansas. She is only 12 years old: . Sufflcated here with heat and the dust blow perfume,; Borne in from a thousand and prairies v. of Huckleberry bloom; Awed by the silent rivers stunned by the factories, roar, The restless dust pounding and tugging away at the door; I sit on the warm sidewalk and hear within the shade of the tree, The voice of Kentucky calling, calling me. Sweeter to me than the dusty spray, the fragrance of summer rains, Nearer my heart than these mighty plains, are the hilly Ky. Range; Dearer the sight of the dusty way, by road-sideThan all the splendor of factories working in the sun of Mayf And rising even above the song of the hoarse incessant cries, The voice of Kentucky calling, call-- , ing me. Kentucky, beloved mother today,, in an alien land, Albin Murray purchased last SaturXours is the'name I have idly traced Attention is called tothe state- day, the residence on the corner, near . with a.blt of wood, in the sand; of ... Farmers, Bank,.. Casey A'flne Bd.roUch cow. the home of L. W. Bennett,. ;irom The name that flung from a scornful ment the . . kmt ;. ' d 66. Mrs. Ed Butler, for 82,200. start Creek. Up. will make the shy-wild-ro- se s' tion. The name that is graver, hard and Crit Yates in Town. Thus Firestone serves car deep, on the core bt my loyal owners with quantity proheart, duction. This permits a Mr. Crit Yates, who lives a tew Ohl higher, cleaner and stronger yet 1$ value in tires never before than the boom of the factories, miles from Romine, was in Columbia accomplished at the price. The voico of Kentucky, calling, call- last Thursday. Mr. Yates formerly ing me. Get your share of these lived in Columbia, but for the past savings by having us equip, Mr. Eay Flowers, who is engaged in eighteen months he has been located you. traveling over Metcalfe County, in on his farm, in Green county; not company with Mr. M.F. Sparks, is far from the Adair line. We asked loud in his praises of the courtesies him to tell us the happenings in his extended him by Mr. Sparks, not only neighborhood and he said: 'a; Mr. over the county but at his home. Squires, who lives near me, was kickMr. Sparks is one of the beat known ed by a mule a few days ago and.', bad- Cumberland Grocery Co. men in the county, his popularity ly hurt, but he will 'f Icover. On . last tiaving'been acquired by his general Saturday night me and several mem- disposition. He has a warm shake bers of my family attended a sociaH for every man he meets, and is better gathering at the home of Mr. C. C. T. F. CORBIN satisfied when he is doing something Christie. Quite a number of the neighbors put in an appearance, every for a friend. body spending the hours very delightAbout half the wheat crop in Adair fully. Refreshments were served. County has been cut. We have heard Miss Lizzie Gilpin, of Campbellsville, CANE ALLEY, KY. reports from various localities, and was entertained at my home last the most general statement Is that week. She a very is pleasing young the crop of the county is much better lady. My daughter, Miss Bertha, is than was reported several weeks ago visiting Auctioneer and Dealer friends in Campbellsville, but While the crop is not an average one she will return thus week. Crops in there will be enough to bread the my section are late, but looking well. county and some to spare. The wheat was thin, but the grain Real Estate, Mrs. Callie Burress, who was a good, a large acreage in tobatco has daughter of Zach Crawhorn, died at been set. My well machinery is at Your Business, r the home of her sister, Mrs. H. J. oouuotseua. auuj x am on my TVayj Compton, who lives in a dwelling to look after it. Due, to a shadow owned by Mrs. Mary Biggs, last Tues- cast over oyer Green river by the day afternoon. She was a victim of game warden, fishing is not very mmmmmmmnmmmmm' consumption. The interment was good." For Sale. Wednesday afternoon. -- protected if the fire should occur today? REED BROS. "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. . Columbia; am Kentucky. ffmttotte Special Sale I have Just received a good supply of barb Wife, wire fencing, Double shov-e- l plows, Orchard harrows, Rastus plows. A new supply of stationery, Queensware and Men's shirts . , .In L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. Lost. GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB ?' OUR WORK .v-.j- - A silk umbrella, brownish handle which, is in the shape of the'ftetter L., the handle mountedwith ('go'ld. The Call: Phone fas-- 4m .2.4.unur.-wjmuuu w " ' u -.- THE NEWS is $1.50 anif $2.00.per year. Sentf m hot-bloo- mfs- - - ij-- , .,.4t Mrs. G. B. B&'d: our subscription at oac ADAIR COUNTY NEWS v,33EXraiHaMBMBiM K-- LOVE AFFAIRS OF ROYALTY . 1io..j 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- MADE DEATH TRAP Fatal Pathway Through to Deep Pit. Cave Monarchs Dr. J. -- N Marrcll and Princes of Britain Figure Conspicuously in the Q"9"9"Q644$ 0"ft 4M4"fr ; Annals of Gallantry. DENTISTst O ': .;, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY at -. 7: a 1 8 .. a. - .. Veterinary Surgeon and Deniisf H. Jones G. 0ivPf ? Diseases of a Domestic Animals xt, Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road 114 tttceatioaivea Columbia, Ky. f MORRIS GERSHON HINDUS. 'Ir. Hindus, a Russian, who has been In this country for several years, le :tures at our Chautauqua on "The World in Turmoil." Mr. Hindus is an authority on world questions, especially those of an economic or social nature. He is the author of a book on "Unrest and the Foreigner," and of one on Russia. He is eloquent, forceful, dramatic, using excellent English and plainly understood. Some Service. General Washington Lee was the most boastful darkey in the regiment. All the way across on the transport he had been telling the world what he was going to do the German army. Naturally, when the outfit finally arrived in the front lines his companions looked to him to produce. But Wash appeared to be in no hurry. Yo' all so brdve.why do. yo' go out an git some of dem Jummans lak yo' said?" sneered one. "Ah's gwine. Gimme time," responded Wash. He peeked cautiously over the top Seeing no activity from the German line, he crawled over and finally stood erect. "Come on, Guraman," he quarved.Then he waited. Silence reigned supreme. "Come on,yo' cowards!" he shouted, feeling safe at last. "Come out heah an't meet yo' mastah. Come on an' show me BQmethin.' Ah'm waitin." -A that mjmeac a G :rman artilleryman dropped a shell within a dozen yi.ds of Wash. The explosion blew him unhurt back inio his own trench. "What yo' all got ter say now?" taunted a companion. Wash considered. "Well," he retorted, "no mat-ta- h what yo' say 'bout dem Jummans, 50 is gotta admit they suah gives yo' service when yo, Sector. asks fo' it.-Fome Itching diseases can bo controlled 2& causa removed by applying JJal-Y- c ' Snow Liniment. The relief is permanent. Three pionpb : and , 30 60c siz. and $1.20 per bottle. ,S .1 h) Paull Drug Cd. There Is a great deal of talk to the effect that the prince of Wales will be allowed to follow the dictates of his hearMn the matter of marriage, even Visitor on Sightseeing Expedition if the 'lady he should choose be not of Moment of a Miserable Within a royal blood, remarks the Montreal End In Pool From Which Family Herald. There Was No Escape. The rule requiring that royalty wed with royalty Is not as old as Is someAstride the boundary separating times thought, for it was only In the two states of the middle West, a Comtime of George HL that tlje Royal Marriage act was passed. George IIL panion contributor writes, there lies nahimself made the daughter of a linen one of those barren regions where unture seems to have forgotten her draper his wife, though she never was completed task. On one side of the his queen. In olden times, of course, the king line are sand hills; on the other, dry married to cement an alliance with mud cut by deep cracks and ravines. A little more than a quarter of a some foreign country, but happily century ago, he continues, business there Is no need for that form of called me to a homesteader's claim on diplomacy In these modern times. tract, and Henry VIIL "bluff King Hal" once an oasis In the sand-hil- l declared, "Where my heart goeth, there after a long drive from the distant shall my hand be bestowed," and fol- railway station I arrived Just at dusk lowed this up by wooing and eventual- on Saturday evening, to stay until ly winning Anne Bbleyn, the daughter the following Monday. Sunday morning I rose before the of a knight and the descendant of a London apprentice. Very passionate family and went out to view the landwas his wooing of his "own sweet- scape. After examining a number of petrified tree stumps and logs, which heart." The day after poor Anne's head fell time and climatic Influence had changonyx, I was under the executioner's axe on Tower ed Into green, he was standing at the altar about to return when I chanced to spy with Jane Seymour, another knight's a peculiar opening In the earth some daughter, who became the mother of distance away. Desiring to explore, I soon found myself walking down the our sixth Edward. floor of a canyon When he was prince of Wales, smooth, water-wor- n that was so narrow that my elbows George TV. fell in love with Mrs. a beautiful widow. He was grazed the sides. I was soon a hundred feet or more very ardent in his wooing, and the lady below the surface of the mesa, yet led him a pretty dance before she 1 finally yielded and allowed him to the chasm showed no Indication of widening. I walked on, casting my make her his wife. eyes upward occasionally to where a There is a charming frankness in her letters to her royal lover, in one of scrub juniper hid for a moment the which she writes, In answer to a re- narrow silt of blue far above, and quest to meet the prince after leaving thus I noticed that the opening termithe ballroom: "'Meet you!' What, nated shortly. Dropping my gaze, I you? the prince of Wales, whose discovered on the left the abrupt turn character in the annals of gallantry Is that I had expected, and, again looktoo well known for me to suppose that ing skyward, I became interested in after such a meeting I should have any the antics of a colony of bank swalcharacter at all!" London Telegraph. lows. The footing was so good "that I walked steadily forward, my eyes fastened on the swallows. Japanese Arts Being Forgotten. Suddenly becoming aware that the A Japanese contributor to the Japan following note on light about me, which heretofore had Advertiser has the the forgotten arts of his country: "All come only through the slit far above, was increasing, I stopped abruptly, the polite arts and accomplishments are in a bad way. How many middle with my body already Uirown forschool boys of today know how to ward and my right foot raised for the drink tea in the forms of the tea cere- next step. Just ahead the canon did Indeed termony? Flower arrangement is being fast forgotten. Versification, which minate. Also, the floor ended a few Inches In front of my left foot. Only once was one of the commonest youths, is a hopeless mys- by instantly pressing my both foreof tery to the people of Taisho.. The arms with all my strength against the word politeness is not to be found in sides of the chasm did I overcome the their lexicon. When at home they momentum that in another moment read cheap story magazines, and when would have precipitated me Into a cistern of ooze twenty going out they put themselves at the jammed tramcars. feet below and at least sixty feet wide. tender mercies of So they wax ever more dwarfed and Its sides were scooped ost of the river penguin-footeboth physically and cliff in the form of an arch, through mentally. And the love of nature, of which came the light that had arart and poetry, which was such a dis- rested my attention in the nick of tinguished characteristic of the Ynma-t- time. My host told me at breakfast that race is being quickly replaced by the many young cattle, colts and other love of money and accumulation." farm stuff had disappeared thereabouts and were supposed to have Object Lessons in Fuel Saving. been lost in the place, which was of The moving pictures are to be made unknown depth, and was called localuse of as a means of educating people ly, "The Jug." Youth's Companion. in the manner of making the most efficient use of fuel. Several Earnest Work Brings Success. films have been made, showing No class of men have a monopoly of good and bad operation In steam boil- opportunity. History is filled with recer plants, methods of testing boilers, ords of the poor man's progress. As the and the like. These pictures will be race Is not always to the swift, so Is available to each state In connection success not always to the naturally with Its educational propaganda to talented. It's the man who trains the conserve the fuel supply. A series oi talents he has who rises above his felofficial bulletins on engineering phases lows. How often have we seen the man of steam and fuel economics also is whom the neighbors all looked upon as being prepared. They will Include a genius flash Into a temporary promboiler and furnace testing, fuel gas inence soon to give place to the ordianalysis, saving steam In heating sys- nary but tireless worker who substitems, boiler-rooaccounting system, tuted ceaseless effort and constant saving steam and fuel in industrial pains for special gifts. The fact Is plants, burning fine sizes of anthra- men of exceptional talents often lean cite, boiler water treatment, oil burn- upon them and cease to make real efing and stoker operation. forts to Improve. You will find them In middle life where they were In youth. Great Game Farm Planned. Often they are disappointed and When the legislature passes a bill grouchy creatures criticizing the efof acceptance, Louisiana will have a forts of others who attempt on meager veritable empire of the wild, stretch- talents to do what they ought to have ing along the gulf of Mexico seventy-fiv- done. They have made no progress in miles and comprising 500 square developing their own personality. miles. Joy in Winning Success. The property consists of Marsh Island with 78,000 acres of land, purThe training of personality Is often chased by Mrs. Russell Sage and given a matter of compulsion. Men shun to the state as a game refuge, and loads and dodge responsibilities whena tract of 85,000 acres In Vermillion ever they can. They covet ease and and Cameron parishes, given by the wealth and try taking the shortest Rockefeller foundation. road to it. That may land them there Adjoining Marsh island is the pres- and It may not. Usually men have to ent state game farm on land belonging rise through struggle. That has a to the Mcllhenny Interests of 60,000 way of making men turn to themselves acres. Lying between Is what Is for what they get. Others are busy known as the grand Chenler tract of with the same job and they can't give 85,000 acres, which the state expects help to anyone. As men learn to do to acquire in the near future. they develop power to do and eventually the love of doing takes possession of them. It's not Just a matter She Knew It When a young man in my late 'teens of poetry, but It's according to fact. I picked up a little telegraphy from a There's no joy like that of conscious friend of mine. One evening we at- success and It grows with what is tended a club dance and after having done. danced with a particularly poor Gave rUm the Snub. dancer, I drummed on the arm of my my friend's benefit, "poor I was sore at a certain boy at school chair for dancer, stepped all over me." To my and when I walked by him In the hall utter surprise and humiliation the girl always put my head high. One day sitting next to me turned and said when I was going home at noon I met quietly, "You needn't advertise the him In the hall with a big bunch of boys. I gave him the snub and put fact" Chicago Tribune. my head up high. I didn't see the steps. I fell all the way down, and to Reducing the Surplus. ' "Equal suffrage Is a serious matter my mortification this boy came and picked me up. Exchange. In England where the number of women entitled to vote far exceeds that Big Supply of Yellow Pine. of the men." "Oh, they hare removed that danIn the southern states there Is a yellow pine area of about 124,000,000 ger." acres. Fully stocked and carefully "How. so?" "No wosatn 'cte xftte wta will forested this will produce about 70 cjottvittyp ttet 'itnfljfllK 9 cubic feet an acre a year; or. more black-and-white Fitz-herber- STORE OF QUALITY Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc, Ladies Dress Goods and No tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. CARPETS, RUQS and FURNITURE t, Progress Range Stoves 4 4 Albin Murray Columbia, Phone 12 ( i lUucky Next Doot to The Adair County New Office. 4 semi-circul- ar 444frO"Q"O4!4Q44404 Homelike. d, o m e The followiug is one very sen' sible womans reason for keeping her house homelike, rather than keeping it so thai she can enjy the distinction of being known as the best housekeeper in town. You may have heard it before, but it will bear repeating. "The mark of the little muddy feet upon the floor can be more easily removed than the stains where the little feet go into the highway of sin. The prints of the little fingers upon the window pane cannot shut out the sunshine half so much as the shadow that darkens the moth" er's heart over the one who is but a name in the coming years. And if my Joe finds home a refuge from care and his greatest happiness within its four walls, he can pat his boots in the rock-n- g chair and hang his coat on the floor any day in the week. And if I stand it and he enjoys St it, I cannot see that it' is anybody's affair." Her philosophy is exactly right, too. A home is not a home unless it serves the highest interests and happiness of those who belong within its four walls. 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 THEDFORD'S Black-Draug-ht recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE UTO WL PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, or A One Drop CUREO f $ tBcufMnrailtrylUsiMfr VB HH .n A few drop in the 1 drinking water curea and prevent white L m. diarrhoea, cholera. Indigestion aadt other chick disease. Use daily to f prevent disease and tare roar chides. SI.00.ptnc Small slxe CO cents, half-pi51.50. At druffists, or aent by mall upon receipt of price. JSSEs Bourbon Ramvdy Co. 8t--D uxKutaa. ?. B B nil Ltgji& $X$$ ; KENTUCKY. I ' KX$xeK$X LAST YEAR'S Can be so changed by having it new Sprue Shade. It wi last Sold bylhe Jeffries Hardware Store SUIT Swiss Dyed another year, Trial a pretty, WtWV ;, afH Gillepsie, of New Alb any, tt the age of 73 yesterday married SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS ' nfoosrOKJLnp " i m 0r Ow Dry Oaaaiar than 27,500,000,000 board feet a year. his fifth wife. Loutsyjuj; ky. . L -. '8 tiMfcuA ...a , reag isa.-- , : "v 7 i& ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NOTED SOPRANO COMING. HAVE Men of MADE GLORIOUS NAME the Merchant Marine of Great Britain and. of America Always tly Heroic. The merchant marine has always fed the navy, in Great Britain and in the United States, because the sail-or- 's trade differs from that of the soldier in this respect: As soon as you drop the harbor lights you are always In danger and this is what gives seafaring men their fine, liberal views. The soldier regards the freebooter, the comitadji and the bandit as distinctly disreputable members of society a race to be stamped out and The sailor reutterly disapproved. gards the pirate, the smuggler, and Goodyear Advantages in Tires for the Smaller Cars a i Miss Ingrid Arn'esbn, soprano, is with the quartet of big artist singers appearing on the closing night of our Chautauqua. She has a dramatic soprano voice of lyric quality, admirably suited to the big operatic arias and also to the lighter songs from the late musical shows. GYPSY SERENADERS. the gunrunner, not with approval, but he appreciates the perils of the calling. Merchant ships went armed as n matter of course long after a parallel state of affairs had ceased on land, and- to this day the master of a merchant ship has arms in his stateroom with the right to use them in his sound discretion. He is monarch of all he surveys, and has much more than the modern monarch's responsibilities. When a crisis comes to you at sea, you cannot go and talk to a friend In the next street about it; you must meet it there and then, for there Is no room on board a shin for Squalls, tempests, the indecisions. public enemy, are just the same for the steamship as for the square-rigge- r schooner; they are or the sharp-nose- d to be conquered, and immediately. The merchant marine of the English-speakin- g peoples has never been false to Its training and tradition; and whether it be Fryatt that plays the hero and makes no fuss about It, or Kinnier that takes his ship through Nelson strait and put past the Isle of Desolation, while the pursuing German prudently stays behind and sends wireless dispatches of his success, the breed is always the same. The breed Is always the same and always will be, if it be given ships and water; the danger it will attend to Itself, and the heroisms it will Just keep quiet about, but If Britain can give It ships, America can do the same. "Treat 'em They thrive upon it, but rough." beat them "square." Christian Science - i 1 f w ... l ill I U! t . Just as Goodyear is successful in building extreme value into the Goodyear Tires that go on the highestpriced motor cars, so is Goodyear successful in supplying unusual worth in Goodyear Tires for smaller cars. Into the making of Goodyear Tires in the sizes have gone 30x3', 30x3V2, and 31x4-inc-h the full advantages of Goodyear experience, skill and modern facilities. The results of this unusual endeavor are easily available to every owner of a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or any other car requiring the sizes mentioned. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer's place of business for these tires, and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He carries them in stock. cf ?i u ' - . JAM Ol tlJ I i -- j . . '. 4 lV "VVvS S55 c f--J v St V-- ' C - i i a 'i '...NL.V ' . .V - S gg Weefiafiv Goocyear Keavy TourUt Tubes are tniok, tubes that Tciviorrn casings propeily. Why risk a poti with a chts subef Goodyear litavy Touritt Tibes cot licit u ire sue tn water th.. irbcs OJ Iet.s ii.erit. st-o- ng Kk ' VSfe Monitor. Chinese Adept at Stalling. The reformer in China does not meet resistance, writes sharp, clear-cu- t If John Dewey in Asia Magazine. did, he might be stimulated to furhe ther effort He simply is smothered. The Gypsy Serenaders, consisting Stalling has become a fine art of two splendid singers, soprano and At a recent national educational contralto, a violinist and accompanist conference a returned student holding reader, give the music of the Far an official position moved that the pubAVay Countries in their program at lic middle schools (corresponding to our Chautauqua. They present the our high schools) be made life of the Gypsy bands in the varied He was inspired by sound conmusic of the Spanish, Italian, Rouman- sideration. China suffers from lack ian and Hungarian Gypsies. In the of educated women. Funds are short eTening they also give a touch of the The effective thing is to admit girls Oriental music, some of their songs to the schools already existing. In this scene being from that deBut the proposition was a radical lightful Opera, "In a Persian Garden." Innovation. Yet it was not opposed. A resolution in favor was duly passed. ALFRED ANDERSON, TENOR. But at the same time it was made subtly understood that this was done out of courtesy to the mover, and that no steps to carry the resolution into effect need be expected. This is the fate of many proposed social reforms. They are not fought they are only swallowed. China does not stagnate, It absorbs. It takes up all the slack till there is no rope left with which to pull. 30 J a i, ". f !fV5v .ir loublc-CurJWt-V-- n c jfe her 'J vr.ad jo-Gu- n 232 50 cjis-ln- i:-- jratmi., Anri-i.b- i iYiou $2 pTOxtT .. .. 42 as "T7: srs:s A WS ?"ine&c2EUGC(Eacczjc2 k Wasted Session. A Challenge to Tires Buyers. Tell us, if you can, of a tire that sells at these low prices and gives you as much mileage, Mr. Anderson is the tenor with the big artist quintet apearing on the closing night of the Chautauqua in a grand concert. ALLAN A. TANNER. ttVJTiV) flfrJM" "E"dJ!3?!3 Surgery Popular in Congo. Surgical operations are becoming popular among the natives of the Belgian Congo, who are flocking to the mission hospital in such numbers that all the beds are occupied and many sleep outside waiting their turn. Dr. Judson C. King, the Baptist medical missionary, has started a school for the training of hospital assistants and considerable progress is being made in the medical education of the natives. "A few years ago," said Doctor King, "the natives of the Congo could not understand me when I tried to Isolate the different contagious diseases. They thought such an act cruel, and they paid the price. 2&v, teaching, and consequent observation, has so Impressed them that they at once isolate certain diseases and so prevent epidemics. They are also bringing the cases to us before they have gone so far that they are hopeless." Caged Grizzlies. Experience in many zoos has shown that subjecting caged grizzlies to close contact with people is usually cruelty to the animals. Often they become crowd-worrie- as much satisfaction. 30 x 3 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric 30 x 3 Goodyear Single-Cur- e Fabric, Anti-Ski- d i All-Weath- er Tread $20, Tread $1 7.65 Sizes 30x3 and 31x4 also. If you can give us this tip, you'll be doing us and the other tire users in this community a mighty big favor because we'll begin to sell those tires. 0!A But we'll tell you right now that' we don't be- lieve you can do it. P AAA 0$llil f Th ese prices speak for themselves. on the tires, GOGD-YEAR, The name If I tells you their value. d cross, and a number of grizzlies have died prematurely from resultant apoplexy. Modern zoo bear pens are constructed so that the bear is beyond the vriles of visitors so that he can have much privacy one of the needs of any grizzly. Perhaps we too often think of the bulky grizzly as being coarse and rude. But he is an animal of the highest type, sensitive, Independent and retiring. The normal bear Is good tempered and cheerful. m THE BUCHANAN - LYON COMPANY. WW? The lecture at our Chautauqua by Heart of the Toiler." It deals in a practical way with the underlying causes of the pres ent industrial situation. It is a srndy, ; sometimes rollicking, and sometimes i Tery serious of the personality of the man in overalls. This country must prepare to undergo a change of economic conditions. The basis of the new adjustment must be the human factor of the laborer whether on a farm or in factory. Dr. Tanner has labored many days side by Bide with the working man. Dr. Tanner is called "The Flood of Paper Money. The year 1920 faces a world flooded with paper money. The paper currency of thirty principal countries of the world at the beginning of the war aggregated a little over $7,000,000,000; Ht the end of the war, In 1918, it was $40,000,000,000, and In December, 1919, it totaled 51,000,000,000, these figures being In round terms and exclusive of the currency Issue of the bolshevik government, which alone are estimated at $34,000,000,000. Boston Post UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a lull itook of coffins, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. T also keep Metallic large caskets. Prompt service night or day. We keep extra Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, FTJ Congress inas ; acjuumcu a last? Nine months were wasted i .1 t.i:.no m Pnnorrpss oy tne repuuuuauo in in chewing the rag, making campaign material for this fall s campaign, seeking to dodge action that would offend the big interests that are expected to put un the republican campaign fund. It has ended withont result so far as tjheflegislation asked by the President in his message of last August is concerned. Nothing has been done to make profiteering an unhealthy occu pation, nor has anything else the Repubsican party goes before the country on the rec )rd been accomplished by thia to furnish the dem of this Congress? For the Qrst ocrats with campaign material time in eight years that party has had an opportunity 'vas because of this Congress. The people generally, who thrown away. While their inacthave watched the antics of this ion will be better for the demConcrress, will agree with the ocrats politically, it has meant President when he said Satur- and may mean tragedy for coun day night, in a telegram to rail try, with its great unsolved probroad workers who had appealed lems. It the people should be Re-to hihTfor prompt action in the idols enough to retunr-th- e matter of a settlement of the publican party to power next fall wage question before the coun it seeni3 to us tney woum try: deserve almost anything the G. "In the light of the record of 0. P. could do to them. A nraoonf: Concrress. I have . If you have reason to think you nd reason to hope that its contin child is suffering from worms, take uation in session would result m the safe course use White's Cream constructive measures for the Vermifuge Worms can not resist relief of conditions to which you Its expeHing influence. Prise, 35c A n- w,. I his ability to use the kings En-- , glish, when he further declared that "It must be evident to all that the denominating motive which has actuated this Con- gress j poUctcal expedient, is rather than lofty purpose to serve the public welfare." The President, of course-ha- s hit the.nail squarely on the head. Had he written a newspaper page on the matter he could not possibly have br ter branded the Republican conduct than in the single sentence last quoted. What shall be the answer of the people next November w na Un-gress-exc- ept -- . call attention." Sold by Paull Drug Co. CotumbiaKy Desperation. "He married her for her money." "The high cost of living Is certainly staking some men desperate." . In other words, the President Red headed people are said to sees no hope of getting anything be least- liable to become bald, by Congress should lie call done hut they are most liable to jerk He showed 1 an extra session. the other fellow baldheaded. - :y 4 ''tS.i ?.! , 8 - ADAIR COUNTY j NEW9f ...-- : .. - - .' HHHHHiMHMnHHMaailaaniHaHMMMaaiM-- . - . ,r - : -- ffvl V . . T -- ii. MaMHOMHMMMNMBMMNHMMMa WH 146 ACRES Mr, E. B. Long and Mr. F. W. Courtner joint administrators of the Issac Koons Estate have instructed us to sell the Issac Koons farm located in Utica township. Clark County, Indiana, being 8 miles East of Jeffersonville, and 4 miles "tyest of Charlestown and within 1 pile of a station' on a radon line having 6 cars daily to Louisville. This farm haben in the Koons family for nearly a century and considered to 'be the vecybest farm in Southern Indiana. It lays well is watered by never failing spring,, is fenced and cross fenced with hog fencing and is improved with a'9 room two story brick house in good condition, three n.nlriincK lifnn KoVrin nnrt all nlwr nrnrv-riir- t pricvon'lhis farm is $200 per acre and considering the exceptional The quality otine iana ana tne conamon mat it is now m we consider k the "besfljuy that we have to offer. . JHIillBiBflHHkHlr I; Voigt Insurance & Realty Co., Yoigt Building, Jeffersonville, Indiana. to in the tire field ALONE 3x2 takes its place beside the half dozen products of universal use which manufacturing gfenius has made standard. specialized factory by experts with, all the ecoiiornv of concentrated new STORE 1 & Buik in a 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the chopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of A Jair 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 Wflm vr'oskii r"Jk.- i its5- - " production. What the bulk of the peo-pi- e accept as the standard of value is right. t - r You owners of small cars CSo i - WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & can forget tire details you need not bother with methods, features, or guarantees. Call for the Firestone GrWIubs $S.7S V HTbs4-- 3 tlobbrich Bros. Wellendorff 3. t INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Sheet One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. M strict, Fourth BmjjL ;? s, vv" - sms152 saKSKaKa? ssritf . "TALKING 0Z& With a Tone as rich as Gold G- f. -. ishshs MACHINES" Miles :; ' ;' The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Lxamine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative o the superiority of our workmanship and construction. j Quarterly Meetings, Columbia DiRound. 3-- as sure as you it'-- Jamestown, Rowena'.'July Renox, Terry'a July 4, 3'p n. Bear Creek, Goose Creek, July 4. 5 are a foot high 6 Pejtonsburg, Chestnut Grove 8 July L. Columbia, ' 35. - YOUISTG, ? "JEWELER" Kentucky. 63HC6x$X SAXOPHONE QUINTET COMING. Albany, Albany, July 10 11 Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 Cofley'a Chapel, Kussell Springs, '" lt-1July 8 Cana Valley, MilUpwn, July 22, Picketts, Maple Hili, July 23 .i .,J00 you will like this Camel Turkish and Domestic biend! mSmMm3IIUm Pierce, Sulphur Well, July Greonsburg, Earley's, 31 July Aug 1 Summersville, Hodges' Atfei 1,Oj. p .24-2- m.,-- 2 Casey Creek, Old Providence, Aug. Gradyville, PriceSj Aug. 7 8 Burkesville, Marrow Bone, Aug. J 51 Tompkinsville, Wesley s, Aug. 15, 3 Fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. 18" Temple Hill, New Salem, Aug. 2 Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. 21-228-2- 9 never got such cigarette-contentmeas Camels hand yoiif Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic Tobaccos make this nt SBB18HKluyfl lEwBBBBw?? SaBHQpy&3te Camals ant sold arerjrwheru carton. j3HBHHlEniKS "BBBBpafBT of 20 ui&ntte, or tea pack-aiea (.300 ciarottes)m a iUttm-carton Jbr th tioma or when you travel. hRBEBBHMSLzS IRjJHRE9yHw9BBeK9 supptr or atronfly rmcomtno'nd fhj office Wo 'aoailgaKaBBM.'? r. j. Reynolds jBBPWKjBBK - tobacco ca Mouticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p. m., Central Union, Aug. 30. West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 ct , Millera, Sept. Elkhprn, Wesley's Sept. 5 8 p. m."-3 Sept. Mannsvllle, Merrimac, 12.3 p. m. 13 SparksvUle, Hogards, Sept. '8. Columbia, Tabor, Sept. 4-- 5. 6 le, prefer this Camel Blendto either kind oftobacco smokedstraight! a revelation! Smoke them with Camels mellow-mildne- ss goodness possible and make you is 12-1- 18-1- 9 freedom without tiring your taste ! They leave no unpleasant ciga-ret- ty . .T. ,T Wade.P. E. m v aftertaste nor unpleasant odor 1 mr-fc-r- cip-'ajrett- Xi. r , ite?: For Sale 'Jnh.'tgRftQjlers are unusually versa--' tile. The hayo. a saxophone 'o.uin- a brasfr onsemhle, do numerous novelties and InAitationa, and all sing, 4. mt.. .. Give Camels everv test ff compare them any cigarette in the world ! puff-for-pu- tainers. They give a short program the opening afternoon of the Chautau-te(- . 1917, model touring car. First' diss qua followed by Jlr. Frank, Armltege, entertainer, and a big joyoutf program condition, new tires- - Price reasonable. T?h?y are chiofrr Instrumental enter-- , that night. See, Richardson and Goff. -- then with s.t .,- . .frJl' , . 1' ' iUt Mft 9l i Columbia, July rt. ) ,i ?,- - There-wil- l i ': 14 it,C Sf m. morning, for olre ult cbWiTht The sheriff of Adair county, Mr. I Monday rnxAv f7Vi; , ..... w r will tu .w be a singing at Can Cortez Sandara, his served all the p scoad Suwiay in July at 2 p. ptrsthfti have ben placed la his Young paopl ar nw tne community, seiua wwauu-;- - mw hands, aad when ch bll ta?s nAb Buy one ana jiimt. ."iTr p Institute, Circuit Court and all the same weak. Chan-tftuq- ua psaiiafr ?53uy ypur ticket fej ' 3t ?& fcautauqua. i for the . . afft