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The Adair County news: July 7, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920070701_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: July 7, 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. f v !VR. 1 y $: VOLUME XXIII AJiafe . tomtiti COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY - ,1- - " 'l ' ' '' v July 7 1920. NUMBER 36 ; their efforts will prove profitable. EVERYBODY, Mr. Lllburn Phelps, president of .' ' the McMead Oil Company, was in by e. t, Kemper town the latter jsart of last week looking after business connected vith Should Attend Chautauqua, Company The Palmer Oil & Gas friday.. fthe Company, and while' here he talk have leased quarters in he Page ed very optomlstically "regarding the ..i Building where they will establish present condition of the Company's Come along next Friday, July 9th, their geneerat offices just as soon as affairs, and pt its prospects. Well to '' the White &, .Myers Chautauqua furniture, which ia now on the way No. 3 on Campbell Bros, farm has tent at the Graded School grounds. herefrom Clevelandj, .Ohio, arrives. been flowing for several days jaat, and Plentyvbf comfortable seats, and if The president Mr. Geo. H Palmer, on No. 4 is progressing nicely. thereJs, a breeze to be found anywhere work wJjo.has been in town for several days Active preparations are going; forward it will be felt on, the school heights past, advises that they have drilling in the way of installing additional Ityo'olive in Columbia or its vicinity machinery on the way fromJWest Ya , equipment sufficient to take care of dotvt'fail to come to the Chautauqua, pointy and it is expected to arrive at the production, ahd if Is' confidently and enjoy the entire program which an early dat. .... expected theywlll be marketing oil is extended from July 9th to the 14th,' Mr Bee Whitis, Beld manager of at an early date.. This is a move in Inclusive, six; days beginning at $ "the J. E Caroahan Oif Cbmpariy, and the right direction, andjt is very en- o'clock: in the afternoon- and 8 o'clock " ' ' Xwho is one of the busiest men. tope couraging to. the stockholders. at night, daily. It will be of great found anywhere, was here' last week benefit to. you personally as vou will ortra short trip and left for Lincoln be privileged to hear some of the ab county. While-herMr. Whitis ex- REPORT OF THE CONDITION lest peakers, men with nation wide pressed himself as being pleased with F THE experience and renown, and not only the progress of the drilling at-- 21on',s will you hear lectures, but you will Church, and he is confident they will BANK OF COLUMBIA also be greatf entertained with high-clas- s make a good strike when they reach music, ,elocutiont impersonations the second sand. They are now down Doing'Business at Town of Colum- aad other, features that will have a something like 400 feet, and are going bia, .County of Adair, State of part lh.makipg this Chautauqua sea. .v Kentucky, thru a very fine and regular formason peasant and.uplif ting to the tion. At the Close of Business on the Fathera and mothDay of Junk , 1920. 300 19th At a depth of something near ers send your children to the ChautaufiESOURCES. feet the " Roy. Petroleum y Company qua, they wi'il.. see and hear things 373 413 19 Loans and Discounts drilling on Damron's Creek have a affgreatrAld1 ' to them in 2456 20 xhat will be Prerdratts Secured and Unsecured 38 771.33 their future life problem. good showing: of oifc'Thdy have Stock. Bonds and other Securities Don't fall 45 432 ST Due from Banks countered a strong flow of salt water Cash on hand to cflme yourselves, for by sodoing ' 21 07 u. which it giving them a lot of trouble, Checks and other cash you wjll cpmein touch with the big (32 19 : ; items ia but the? hope to have it world around, yon', perhaps yoa will Banking house. Furniture and ' 3 830 00- learnt something 'a'bout 'others, soon. Expert Oil men who have fixtures which 433 715,57 been in that locality lately predict Totax. before. In "fact, k?ieW LIABILITIES. thare is oil to be found tjiere fn pay.what wpuld.yfebe worth if it wasn't ing quantitiesj'aud it is to be hoped Capital stock paid in, in rfp&the privilegewe have in Warning 130 000 00 cash pepplerjai, the Boy Surplus Fund such enterprising , abont .ordQirlg sbmechirig for others? Companvjnay be. succeajftl in-t- ha Undivided Profits, less ex- TS Jocajppeople who are giving peases and taxes 12 very near future ininakihg a good Deposits subject paid 404 274 13 404 037 83 their time and money to. make, "the 274:13 to check Due Banks and Trust Companies s "strike." .. Chautauqua possible for the communi.& 372 47 Beserre for taxes ty hpuld be ably supported in their Reliable Information' isat:hand that Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads 33104 effqrbs for the, guarantors have pledg-- e a goodly number ottJea39s" are; chang Total 433 715 57 ing hands in the Cpeqlaboro "field, And themsalvW'o pay the sum of 2950 while no figures aroglvqa outor put .8TA&fjKJ,KY,)9ct fpraefUiqatickftfs, and ttie yiqf fcq . Flower Pre6i show jourjppreoiationfor what tliey lication Jtill iC is nond'ufiW blafia tO' w W,. W. Jones ndJno.-W''arid Cashier of the above' named Bank, do -' state tnac satisfactory-paceare be- solemnly swear that .the abers statement is are doing Is for everyone tocoaae- - forward aed do their part by buying ing realized, and the indications are true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. W: Jones. President that some of the big operators will Jno. W- - Flowers. Cashier tickets At ONCE. Just think of welve select entertainments for the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st begin development work there at n4 day of Julr. 1926. small sum of 92 20, war taxjncluded; a distant date. Rentals are bdidg' ,i Commission Expires. Feb. id; 1934. ' fraction over eighteeu cents each. promptly and an anusual interest la ' Job S. KmrLfir. N. P A. C JV ' Where else can you secure ahy su6h the territory is being shown b the. , fratiiinif.nrTanapllii ,t rtfl iiavwiuiuj ftouotaiiji"" entertainment-fo- r the money? -- Will , w& ! Recall of a Diarnond. ' yon siipport the proposition There are al ajs to be7o'u!nd'inc evV Now, don'.t.say it is too hot or you ery locality a number-- of- 'doubting There are a number Of persons, now can't afford to spend the money. Thomases" who are ready 'and eager living: in Columbia, who rememberI These are not valid excuses, and you to give vent to their valuahle (?) opin-May, 1889, a diamond was owe it to yourselves, your f?mllies ions regarding any and all develop- that in found, in the sand, on Cabbin Fork, and to the' community generally to ment work being prosecuted in the vicinity where they reside, . and the near Montpelier, this county. For support the proposition in every posdays and weeks the find created a bit sible way, so come; on and meet and oil business, which is one oX the -andmost important in the world, of excitement, andinany.believed that hear the people who are bringing, us is now getting morethan its share of a diamond field was here irLour midst. messages ironr other parts of the unjust criticism on all' sides. If 'yon In order to prove that the stone was world, and let:1 us all plan .together have no faith, in the proposition, and genuine, it was sent to Mr. Schultz. of how.we can better tha conditions .of progrow commer-ciart- y our town that there are other people in your rriidst Louisville, who inspected it and nounced, it a valuable stone. Not reand that;it may become a bet wno have ahd are spending their lying altogether upon his judgment, ter place in which to live. money in "boosting" th6 business, Don'grfref .the date. thereby benefitting the community in he sent it to, Tiffany, of New York, n over the United States as general, why not lay aside your little a dealer, apd he soon reported that hammer for a season' and uit.' "KnockA Chautauqua is elevating, and no yaa no.ta doubt bat it was a ing" (?) One "boosted is more, ben- therB one should fail to attend, it opens genuine dumoud eficial to a community than all tlie Upon hearing from Mr. Tiffany,. Friday. July 9 and will continue six "knockers" past, presenYa'iid future. Mr Schultz left his business in Louis- days. Save money and bay a season Mr. G. A. Roy, president 'of the Roy t I.' ' ville, came to Columbia, aud from, ticket., OIL NEWS. " Be-Gi- - -"' in short addresses of their wanderings REPORT OK THECONDITION THE CHAUTAUQUA since they "left their old homestead. OFTHE We cannot' think of anything that would brlngrso much happiness to the GRADYVILLE STATE Buy Season TicKets and Save people who' long to see the boys and Money. girls of longago. BANK, "Take a sea'gull from its home on " To The Public: . ..the lea, Doing 'Bjjsjness at Town op " W herever it goes it will sing gradyvtlle'-gpxjn-t of adair We have made it possible for . oLthe sea: you to enjoy a great Intellectual State op.Kentjjcky. Take a fohd bear t- from its .home by At the Close of Business on and Musical Feast right at home the hearth, v THE f9TH;DAY OP JUNE. . 1920. by our Guaranteeing to buy and r ltwiU'slng ofthe loved ones to the RESOURCES " end of the. earth. Loans and Discounts 54 835 73 pay for Chautauqua Season Tic' ,. 1 533 54" " ahd unsecured 'Wenierely.oer jbhis as a suggest- Overdrafts, securedqther.Securities Stocks, Bondsand 284 'l 642 "70 ket at a net prjceirf $2,00eacb ' 16 ion! and if It meets with approval the Due fronvBanks 00. a total of $950.00, and; unless 7 032 65 open for Cash on hand columns of the News are Banking House Furniture and'' the people of Columbia and vici ' suggestions, The cost to any one in-- 1 2 947 69 Fixtures j nity support the proposition we dividual would be light, and the en- Total t :. J100 232 36 will be compelled to go down into LiABn.rriBs joyment would more than compen" sate. - e REPORT Of THE CONDTHON ' ' i-O- OF THE Capital stock. paid In, in :..., Cash Surplus Funds::,.. Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits Subject to check $79 231 15 000 00 5 300 00 700 61 75 79 23175 FARMERS BANK Doing Business at Town of Cane County of Adair, State of Ken tucky, at tlie. Close of Business on the 19th Day of June, 1920 , . Valley,-- total , 1100 282 33 'RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and $ 42 161 uq- - it secureu w ao 900 00 "" 17 660-8- 5 en-""' Stocks. Bonds and other ' securities DuefromBanks Cash on STATE OF KENTUCKY I County of Adair ISct. We. W. M, Wilmore audC. O. Moss. V. President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our Knowledge and belief. W. M. Wilmore. Vice President C. O. Moss. Cashier. Subscribed 'and sworn to before me this 23th day of June 1320. My commission expires Jan. 21, 1924. Go. E. NelL Notary Public N. H. Moss. ' J. R. Tutt. W 3 Pickett. Directors. - hand.....'. -- over-.coa- - you,-never -- 'i 40.000-00:- - 1 '- .'S-- ' s, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mr. 20 71 Hugh Hutchison and Miss Nellie But ri ' ?. 70 013 01 ;Totti, tier drove to, the home of Eld. Z. T. . LrABILmES Capital Stock paid in, in cash .$15 000 00 Williams, thisplace'where they were SurplusFund joined in wedlock. Undivfdeil '.ftro5t3, leas expenses The groom is an industrious young naid. Deygaits'subject to cheeky S4 215 15 $54 215 15 farmer, a son of ;JMr.ant Mrs. R. A. Time .Deposit Hutchison. The" brida is a daughter Other Liabilities not included under anyof above heads, interest 78785 of Mr. Carn"Bqti'ftr.who lives, near I Mt. Pleaa&at Sho is, Wghly respected AWARD $I25,0QQ . $70 013 01 Total. ' and was tuitrponuIqr in the neighSTATE OR KENTUCKY COUOTYOFADAIRi elCt. IN BINGHAM CASE borhood. Supper .and reception at " Wx,the undersiffnwfPresident and Cashie&o thejdwvaasinedr.Banksia solemnly swear that the homeoXtftgfoom, a large num- "the above statement-1true to the- best of our bejr of friends being presenti knowledge and belief. Special Attorneys Get Fee Sued , Checks and other cash itema Banking Honse. Furniture andFixtures -- .....- ... . Other Assets not included under ;any ot above heads Current Expenses-..i-.- ' - .......- - ... 4 094 04 25 00 Married' at tUme of Eld. Z. T. Williams. 359370 SI and-bu- c oue pockets and make good the amont We appeal to you to come fdfw&rd and show your, appreciation of our efforts by buying season tickets at once. We do not make one cent on them, for they are sold to the public at $2.00 each, plus 10 per cent for your "Uncle Sam' making the total cost to you $2.20, and admitting you or any member of your family to twelve entertainments, at a cost of a traction over 18c each. The 25 percent we receive from gate proceeds will not cover the expenses of grounds, advertising, and other incidental expenses, so if you have not already purchased a season ticket we trust you will do s at-- once. First entertainment Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Guarantors. . high-cla- ss 9 I ! 3 - t. O. L. Fiahqr, T. T. Tupniin, President Eubahk.-Cashier.-- For Sale. ' Qne'Ford Truck,' Bran New. Alvin Lewis, Columbia, Ky. for In Yictory dyer Gov. Morrow. in the County Court returna verdict fdr,il25.0do for Hite H. Huffaker, Rdbrt G, Gordon and James Garnett. who asked that sum, subject to a credit of $10,000 paid as retainer, for their services as special counsel to the State, under contract with former Gov. Stanley in the Bingham inheritance tax case, before they were dised A jurjf 4 Directors, W. C. Smith ' SubiCribed and sworn to Before me. this 26th 'day of June.. 1920: J. W. Sutilett, Notary. Public My Commission Expires Mar. 5. 1922. Paid List. -- " - t largest- -- - well-know- '. Jretroieum Company, who has been spending several days in. this locality looking after the. affairs of the Com-panleft Thursday lor Lexington and other points, butVlth' the promise Lo return at an early date. While here Mr. Roy devoted a great deal of time in looking over and checking up their large acreage located in Adair and Russell counties, and. he not only expressed satisfaction over. present conditions but he also made strong predictions as to the oil future of this . section. In a private, letter from Mr,, W. F, Coast, the operator with he d quarters at Cincinnati, he states that he expects td begin drilling at Creelsboro as soon as machinery and ,.equipment can be gotten on the ground. Mr.. Coast has associated with him Olean: N.Y., capitalists who are ready and ' anxious to assist in developing this., territory, and as they control some valuable acreage well located 'm&xJ production, the have every reason to believe ?, . 'just-receivewell-known here he went .to Cabbin iFork where the diamond was foun- d- The writer met Mr SihUlti while, here.and talked with .him about the discovery. At that time he said, that he did not know what would be done,, but he adof a. company, vised lease the land and continue the- hunt on a large scale. For some reason no steps were ' taken for development", and the interest soon died out. The diamond fbund was sold to Tiffany, who had Jt dressed and it was on exhibition at the World's Fair in Chicagor in Tiffany's display, and it was marked "found in? Adair ' county j - Kentucky." ' l -- f .,,.-..,- . While the1 611 Industry is now on in Adair county, would it not be a capital idea to lease the l&hd 'where this diamond was found, organize a company and start a crew to sieving sand. n Mr J. O. Russell, the merchant of this place, whd was at the Chicago World's Fair, says there is no doubt but Mr. Tiffany had tha Adair county diamond oa exhibition. well-know- - The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last umbia to various points now have Tuesday. Miss Lois Dillon, W E. Bradshaw, mew contractors. The new contracts , W. A. Rigglns, M. M. aturrell, J. L. went into effect the Hrst day of July Mr. N. M. Tutt and Mr. John Lee McGownd, Miss Sarah Mullinix, Miss Walker, who had contracts, are now Ellen Murrell, Hatfield Gibson, C. H. out and tfyey feel greatly relieved. Cravens, F. I. Ingram, N. B Winfrey charged by Gov. Morrow. Sinclair, J. Mr. Joe Barnes who formerly had the Scott Stapieton, W. W The finding was a victory for the atA Young, J. 1. Smith, C. N. toikei, i Jamestown route, surrendered to torneys in another way, too, in that and Mr Karnes took charge Newton Norris; A. G, Froedge, . An Judge. William Krieger bad Instructof the Tarter route.. A Cumberland thus Loy, G. A. Petty. ed the jury to find for the Commoncounty man was given the route from wealth if they believed from the eviFor Sale. here to Burkslllle.but he subletted.the dence that counsel were "discharged 1 touring car, especially. distance from Columbia to Breeding suiced f.r this country, in fine run-- ; by the Governor for cause." to a Mr. Wheeler ho contracted The defense was conducted by niug order. Price reasonable. See with one ol; tha Strange boys to carry Charles I. Dawson, Attorney General S F Eubaak, Columbia, Ky. Adair end.1 at the direction Of Gov. Morrow, who testified that he believed $30,000 to Eurka. A gentleman from ope of the West$35,000 Mr. Dawson ern States attended the home coming we received, said thatf the State would appeal. Last Thursday-morninnere in june, iyuu. tie was 72 years a call from Mr. E. H. Hughes, cashier William JBaird was foreman of old and' he stated that he learned of the First National Bank, telling us the'jury. The other members were from h's parents that he was born in to report at his place of business at A V. Thomson, J. C, Hero, Thomas the little brick, in the east corner of once . We went immediately finding S. Dugan, Charles Truehear't and the square. Seeing that there was to Mr. Hughes in a high state of excite- George I Danforth. Evening Post. ,A Home Coming. be an Adair County Home Coming, ment. He was holding in his hand 'hU he had arrived for no other, purpose two pieces of mineral which he said Lost, a gray cbad be twee 'Columbia will be no fair in Columbia but to see the house in whiph he was that, lie had just received frdm Judge and There Pettitsforki- on, Glasgow road. will be no born, having left here with his par Jo N Conover, of Monticello through Leave at Nell this year,' hence-therCheatham's store and gathering of friends for a few day? ents when he was six months old We the courtesy of Mr. John D. Lowe. receive a reward. enjoyment, unless'' an arrangement have forgotten his name, but he was Oue of the samples was a- piece of oil O.-- B. Estes. should be made for. tnfr coming to- a lawyer by profession and made a fine bearing sand which Judge Conover had found near Mill Springs. It was gether of the people. If. you will re speech at the Fair Grounds. In the Buchauan"Lypn,CoV'ad," highly flavorediwlth petroleum. The Goodyear Tire ;the prices are given June, 1906,-w- e had a member that in It is about time some "pep" was other sample was a dark colored stone, through a mistake; Where 82O.j09.ap-peahome coming, and former 'residents Congressional spangles of something very- much like county were here 'from many being iujected-into.tlie- . of the it should be $23.50. Goodyear states and there was a joyous' time for race in .this district. There are four silver all through, it. This also was Single Cure. Fabric-i-s given at 817 65 everybody. Would It not be a good announced Democratic candidates for. found in a secluded place by. Judge when it should liave been 82 X 00 the nomination, but interest is on theCouover, in Wayne, county,. ;and, he idea to fix a date for another-cominmany people who wane. Here in Columbia the Demo- has not divulged the 'place where he together? There are Nex't Thursday 'night Columbia have not been' in the county of their crats have expressed their choice and found it.. It is probably a rich, find, Lodge F. and- A M.,, will meet in nativity for many years, &nd a- home ' will vote decordiug), stljl there is no and Mr. Hughes and Judge Conoyer's called communication, tor ttfe purpose coming would' land 'hundreds in 'the enthusiasm. In order to. get the vote many other Adair county friends are of, conferring tbe.. 3rd degree. Memcounty who have not been' here for a out, friends will have to get busy. It saying EurekaUfor their former bers of sisters, lodges-arcordially ingreat many years. The last of August is oniy about one month until the Adair county friend. vited. or the first of Septemder would be a election. Gordon Montgomery, W. k. , Twelve ?gbod men .make,, up . the fine date. It could be had at the 4, The .Chautauqua win. open next grand jujy, and .if they .are iudus- Clroulc court is nioviug along nice-Fair grouuda' every boby bringing vaypeinted; FridayiIfyouwant; to be entertained trious thayj,, will tnd. plenty to keep' ly. and the buaia 'speakers will go into nczt baskets, volunteei-t- b . . tell purchaid a season-ticketand manyould H.A, hX&lm The star routes leading from Col- . , Mr-Aaro- ns it-ma- g -- - e - ... . nt - g - - ; e , -- : ! SLmP- - - ' 'j-.'-'--,- . ' "r4: .ifc? 'A ; -- - Z. '. jy 2 ' ADAI& COUNTY NEWS I EVERYTHING IN 5 9 BIG STOCK am OF CLOTHING 9 Asphalt, Gravel, St vel ROOFING Also Ellwood and American Fence. Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. c I now ready to supply young men, old men and Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. 'Incorporated with clothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you need any - 116 Eaa!Matke! SI reel' Between rirst and Brook . .. Louisville, Ky. thing in this line, call at once. 9 ra8C3( ? ? SHOES! SHOES!! 1 AUTOMOBILE LINE Gokimfiia and Gampbeiisvllie TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them ' right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I 9 9 TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. "EK Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. p. ra. phoned fggsig ! W. E. NOE. .10 UILJLI LJLHuJBC30808 BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them and walking plows,. all kinds Colun bia Barber Shop - I fcB at living prices. LOY & LOWE Rid-ing A at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. UNDERTAKER. WOODSON LEWI GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. I keep on hands I also keep Metallic a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt tervlce night or day. Office Phone, 168. Columbia, Ky Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, !! - ( badly needed for all growing crops, excepting wheat, visited this settlement on the twenty first, and quite a number of the ordinary practice. ' for president fits the platforms are going to have some trouble in farmers finished setting tobacco. following the INDICTS OWN PARTY'S RECORD. Mr. Mann was denouncing the adopted at Chicago. The platform satisfying the voters with that They may be a little late in cutrule prohibiting amendments to is the weakest that was ever an candidate and that platform. ting the weed but it is better late than miss a crop. limiting debate on the bonus nouncedbya great party. War What One Man Found. It would be difficult to imagine and On the twentyfirst inst. a bill, a bill intended to raise a ren G. Harding as the nominee i a more scathing indictment of thoroughly disappointing to the The On the flyleaf of D.L. Moody's lovely baby girl came to bless billion and half dollars. the present Republican-control- l rank and file of the party Bible were found these words: the lives of Mr. and Mrs. Lester "steering committee" had order ed Congress than that uttered ed the bill 0. K.'d, for it to be throughout the nation. There is "This Book cqntains the mind Squires, christened, Willie Max-inby one of its own leaders, Rep grumbling among republicans of God, the - bill passed, or noMother and baby getting at all, and state of man, the resentative James R. Mann of everywhere. Senator Harding is way of life, the Democrats and Republicans doom of sinners, along fine. Illinois, former Republican floor both the most extreme stand patter in the happiness of believers. Read denounced the rule because it The little one, five generations leader in the House. Speaking forbade them the opportunity of the nation. He is the boldest op- it to be wise. Believe it to be on one side namely, Mrs. Alfred onjhe floor of the House recenteven offering amendments to re- position to what the Bull Moose safe. Practice it to be holy. Parson, who is great great ly, Mr. Mann said: objectionable taxation party fought for that the Repubmove "It gives light to direct you, grand - mother, Mrs Henry "Congress has been in almost Minority members de- lican party could have selected. food to supply you, and comfort Squires of Fry, Ky., who is continuous session for almost a features. to amend the bill to raise In fact, he as the nominee, is the to cheer you. great year.. The Republican side has a sired granmdother, Allen the bonus money by taxing war product of the 'Old Gaurd', a "It is the traveler's map, the reasonably large majority. If Squires, who is the grandpa, machine selected candidate. With soldier's sword, the christian's country, as we will profits, but the "steering comwe say to the Lester Squires imp a, and babe. such a leader upon such a plat-th- e heart. say if this rule passes, that the mittee" had ordered the tax Democrats take courage. The A protracted meeting began at "Here praise is restored, heavRepublican majority in a year's passed to the consumer. democratic party has not had be- en is opened and the gates "The rule having been adoptof Burdick last Monday night, time has been unable to bring in such an opportunity. We hell described. Christ is fore the conducted by the Presbyterian legislation and perfect it where ed, we have Mri Mann's word approached a National Theme. Our good is party have not its design, minister. it is subject to amendment, it ac- for it that the Republican impotency convention to select a candidate and the glory of God its end. "acknowledges its The farmers around Burdick knowledges itsimpotency and its for the Presidency with more "It should fill the memory, are energetic business men who incapacity. It will be called to and incapacity." odds in our favor than now. The rule the heart, and guide the carry on their work to a fiqish. the attention of your constituents i platform on the greatest issue of feet. Read it slowly, frequently, Crops are looking fine. Swelling caused by insect ones can on every stump that the Republihour, the League of Nations, the prayerfully. can party has not enacted much be reduced by using Bollards Snow republicans were lacking in courWinf rey Beard was calling on Liniment. It counteracts the poison is a mine of wealth,a para-dic- e "It reconstructive legislation, and his best girl at Knifley last Sun and relieves the irritation. Three age to oppose it, and were too of glory, a river of pleasure. day. it will be told in addition that sizesr3oc, GOc and $1 20 per bottle. partisan to indorse it, because a "It is given us in life,wijl be ' the Republican majority of the Sold by Paul Drug Co. Adv. Mrs. Susie Rogers of Pry, is democratic president had a prom-ine- open in judgment, and be reHouse was afraid to enact Iegis- yvisiting friends at Burdick. part .in working out the membered forever." A Poor Selection. lation under the ordinary rules ' Winfrey Beard is expected to wonderful document. The voters and was incapacitated from, fol Burdick the navy sometime be call of this nation, republicans as wel ordinary practice." lowing the There is one thing upon which in July. Mara was denouncing the we think the country will all ag-- as democrats are for the League Cutting wheat is the order of Mr. Delious and Denis Beard tnat &e republican candidate of Nations and the Republicans the day. A good rain, which was will start to school the first of ules and was incapacitated iromTee e. nt f--t- o a A. F. SCOTT s,'rr1?" DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS i. 2, 35, AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, Mile! SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. HENRY W. DEPP, Am permanentlySIocated in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Qrownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All July. Rev. Read will conduct a tent meeting at thi3 place in the near future. A teaspoonfall of Herbine will produce a copeous and purifying bowel movement, improve appetite, restore mental activity and a fine feeling, of vigor and cheerfulness. Price, 60c. Sold by Paul drug Co. Adv. J. , ADAIR COUNTY NEWS G uT 1 iV PREACHER-HUMORIS- T uQUi Inclusiv SAXOPHONE QUINTET COMING. COMING. m HAWAIIAN PLAYERS AND SINGERS. SggSpcp '" 'i'Wf f&ffyfxxZ ? f tBhBBBBBRc t 6 yf fc t &?i3& ? ' vtJbIbbvbm! r JjBfejEBfBgalBJ a$ We are sure everyone "will be delighted to know that Dr. James Whit comb Brougher, one of the foremost pulpit orators of today, will lecture on the fifth night of our Chautauqua, giv ing his famous lecture, "What's Un der Your Hat?" Every Sunday Dr. Brougher preaches to the largest regular congregation in the world. It ia the usual thing to see the great audihundred peotorium seating thirty-fiv- e The Rondoliars are unusually versa-ple filled to overflowing at tile. They have a saxophone quin- Sunday evening, with two or more a brass ensemble, do numerous policemen to handle the crowd. novelties and imitations, and all sing, They are chiefly instrumental enter-- , KJWtLdBI3A SHKSHbIbVBBBBBBBbu six-thirt- y Wednesday July 14th. Vletra's Royal Hawaiians will be i George Vlerra, himself, will be hare it big time" vaudeville. To man r peo crowds at ourjwlth. his beat native Hawaiian stagera pie, they will be toe greatest attrao. piconxea 07 iari 15!T'rrTEfct5iJiraK22j hautahaaaT on ?noie uuauuranuJitfssBHH Ytwin .JxJ- "- -- Friday July 9th. tainers. They give a short program the opening afternoon of the Chautau-te- t, qua followed by Mr. Frank Armitage, entertainer, and a big joyou3 program. that night. GIFTED SINGER COMING. H. V. ADAMS. I - WTiTftTf Tuesday July 13th SCENE FROM "PEG 0' MY HEART" Dr. Adams lectures at our Chautau qua on "Grapes of Gold," or the power of A twentieth century lecture, made I simple and clear and well seasoned with wit and humor. This piquant play, designated by Its masterful performance by our cap audiences that "Peg O' My Heart" is lotable critics as "The irresistible able company of Broadway Players, the greatest comedy success of the, jomedy of youth, love and laughter," leaves no doubt in, Jhe minds ot Wiresent decade. jarrles a tear or a laugh In eTery . line. aJ I '- Sunday July 11th ( Monday July 12th AN INTERESTING SITUATION Scene from "Peg O' My Heart". MORRIS GERSHON HINDUS. GIFTED SINGER COMING. Jane MacConnell, contralto, comes to our Chautauqua as a member of the Metropolitan Opera Quintet. Glen Gunn in the Chicago Tribune says of her: "Possesses a contralto voice which in warmth, richness and sym Dil-lar- d pathy, as well as in ease of production and certainty ot method, is unusual." Racine. Wisconsin, "Completely captivated her audience. Proved herself an artist ot wonderful ability." She holds one of the highest salaried church positions in Chicago. Wednesday July 14. PI:fii 11B6 iItalK I mbmk' vpffHBMHBrTBn,'iy s THE CRITERION GLEE CLUB. Although 10,000 critics have seen and eulogized this produtcioh ,and ten millions of people hae .laughed and cried with "Peg," never before has this international laughing success Mr. Hindus, a Russian, who has been in this country for several years, lectures 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 any Chautauqua production with stage, scenery and one on Russia. He Is eloquent, force-ful-, been presented on circuit. Do you see the wonderful op- properties giving the same performdramatic, using excellent English portunity given our people to enjoy ance and effect as if you saw the play 6fr4 plainly understood. r the attraction that scored a at some large 'city theater and paid success at the Cort Theater in New f 2.50 and in soma .theaters 3.00 for 10th. York City? This will be a New York the single seat. two-yea- Hlr -- rBI tt-- BVBBlviSSBiBVBHBKsiBVBHBji'i BhHBBBBBBBBBBBBBB1 Saturday July BBbTBBBBmhBBBBBBBiBBhBBBBBiBiBBiIIIBh graafc This famous cbmedy quartet cornea and the papers' called them of our Chautauqua. with excellent sinning Tolces and i&m on the third day TheyQlayed New York in Tauamne ty of comedy. Monday July 12th ' , The, census figures Angelea,a. population ccive of- - Los 574,480 '1' ..... ' y-- v and SanFrMc3co 508:410., .. fHi- - Sunday Julytl r ftdair. Conchy, THE ADAIB CODTI NEWS keyls "SALIENT ,EATURtS IN PLATFORM. The Democratic platform, as submitted to the National ConColam6ia Kentucky- fx vention today r Hails with patriotic pride the great achievements for country and the world wrought, by a Democratic Administration under E.MURRBUL, Editor URS. DAISY HAMLBTT. - - - MttR Woodrow Wilson's leadershfp. Favors League of Nations as surest, if not only practicable-maintaining the peace of the world and ''advocates imDemocratic nrwrjupeidercrUd to tha Interest means of tie City of Colombia and tin popl of Adair mediate ratification of the treaty without reservations wnieh would impair its essential integrity, but do not oppose acceptance utd adjoining conatlt. of and reservations making clearer or more specific the obligations as second of the United States to the League of Nations." Entered at the Coluxnba ass mail cutter. Praises Administration's conduct of the war invitation of President to Rupublicans to aid and counsel and pays tribute to WED. JULY. 7. 1920. Pershing's genius. Reviews great record of eight years under President Wilson, and points out achievements of Federal Reserve Act and'', thjs ' Babscription Price 1st &r.d2nd Postal Zone " financing of the war. .50 peryer. ' All Zones beyond 2nd $i00peryear Condemns failure of Congress to respond to demands of Presi A Snbeeriptlon due and Payable InTAdvance dent and country to revise existing tax laws. Points out false economies of Republican Congress. Says Republicans' failure to restore peace conditions is princi ANNOUNCEMENTS inflation, and says high cost of living pal cause of can ...be; .only remedien by increased production, governmental FOR CONGRESS. economy and legislation against profiteers. We are authorized to announce Reaffirms traditional policy of Henry Watterson of "Tariff tor, ' BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, Revenue Only." ; a candidate for the Democratic nomiFavors creation of effective budget system, and condemns Renation for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. publican Senate for failure to pass amended bill which would have ' State Primary Election SgtJurday, provided Bystem. .. ; August 7, 1920. permit prompt transacDemands alteration of Senate rules to tion of nation's legislative business. We are authorized to announce Agricultural Points outiFederal Farm Loan Act, Smith-Lever j FRANK L. RIPY, oflAnderson Coun- .ty,-.Democratic candidate for Con- - Extension Act, Bureau of Markets, Bureau of Farm Management, Farm Admingress, in the Eighth district, subject Cotton Futures Act, Grain Grades Bill' to the action of the State primary istration Act and Federal Warehouse Act among things doner' by ' r party for rural population. Auguit 7,J920. Recalls to labor that the party established the Department of FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. Labor. We are authorized to announce Hon. Upholds right of organization and collective bargaining, but Richard P. Ernst, ofKenton county, says no .class should at any time take steps which would put in a Republican candidatelfqr U. S. Sen-- , jeopardy the public welfare, and opposes compulsory arbitration. ator. Primary first Saturday in An Indorses proposed woman suffrage amendment and urges gust. Democratic Governors of Tennessee, North Carolina and Florida to unite in an effort to complete the process of ratification. Afternoon papers were not Urges with the State3 for the protection of child printed in Louisville Monday, life through infancy and maternity care, in prohibition of child hence a report of the doings at labor and by adequate appropriations for children's and women's San Francisco can not be given bureaus in the Department of Labor. Advocates various reforms affecting women in industry. Jn The News. We learn over Points to establishment by Democratic Administration of War the wire that a nomination was not made Monday night, but Risk Insurance Bureau, goes on record for richest bounty for disabled service men and dependents of those who died in the serMcAdoo was in the lead. vice. Later, Cox nominated on the Pledges party to enactirent of soldier settlements and home 44th ballot. aid legislation. . -- Published Pn Wednesdays. Those dear old front benches where Sano. we did recite. It seems I can see them tonight as 1 People of this place are very write. 9 busy on farms. Back, back, Ohl years you are crowd- -' Alva Qrider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. -- , ingfast, Corn crops are looking very You mock with speed as you hurry good, but a nice rain would be past; welcomed. Our lessons all came hard some days; Delia. Brockman, daughter of But we got over them in different ways. Lora Brockman, and Roe Brock- Some time the teacher's face wore an man son of Barom Brockman, OFFICErRoom 19. Patterson Building Post-offic- e angry frown, went to Jeffersonville Ind., on But I guess we were as1 tough' ones as the twentieth of June, and were could be found. Tho threads of silver may fleck my married1. Several of this place are atEach dear face to me will still be fair; tending meeting at Purdy. Fairer to me as the years go by, Mrs. Leslie Loy is reported And rose tints fade'from the eastern some better at this wrtting. sk hair; . i The voices that whispered so soft and . MONDAY. THURSDAY1 SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. A Visit To The Mountains.. . low, In the little town ago, school-hous- e of long post-armisti- ce most of the night we reached our destination, and were joined by Mr. G. E. Cofer in his seven passenger Studebaker. After a swell breakfast at the Pineville Hotel, we Btarted on our journey ' glow- ;to see the surrounding country. But can never bring those days back We traveled most of the day seefrom the long ago. ing many beautiful sights in Well do I remember the last day I ' bothKentucky and Tennessee. went, r' We returned to Pineville Sunday Abdl'will never forget the happy hours there spent. night aud heard a wonderful No more for us that tuneful bell, sermon preached by Rev. Kfelley. Shall call us to that door; Early Monday morning we startWe will all never be there as we were ed for Virginia, over Boones trail in the long ago. via. Middlesboro, Cumberland Our recitations'all are passed andgood Gap, Jonesville, Pennington Gap ones too, you know, But we will sing the praises long and and arrived at Big Stone Gap, loud, Va., a distance of over a hunOf the dear old long ago, dred miles, late in the afternoon I love them all, I love them wherever where we put up for the night. they may be. We stopped at each of the On land or sea. at home or abroad, places aoove named, besides I hope they sometimes think of me. many others and made pictures. Written by Brittle Webb, Early. Tuesday morning we Glensfork, Ky started for Black Mountain. About 8:30 o' clock we reached Quarterly Meetings, Columbia DisPardee Va., a li tie town at the Knifley. trict, Fourth Round. foot of the mountain. At tnis ralace we started walking. .About The health of the community Urges fair and complete test of law until maJamestown, Rowena.JJuly. ten o'clock we reached the sumThere will be no primary for ture action of Congress can cure, its defects and insure athroughly is very good at the present time. Renos, Terry's July 4, 3Jp. m.,-mit of the mountain and after the United States Senate. Mr. effective private ownership system of transportation. Several from this section at- considering Bear, Greek, July 6. the matter, a part ot Z. T. Proctor, of Litchfield, who Favors increased use of motor vehicle in transportation of Poytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, July tended the singing at " Egypt us decided to undertake the trio announced as a' Republican can. mails and points out benefits of Federal Road Act of 1916. last Sunday afternoon.. 8. , to the other, side and back. ?o didate in opposition to R. P. Points to growth of Merchant Marine established by Demo Albany, Albany, July 10 11. Mr. Winfrey Beard of Hatcher did $o. and abont one o'clock v ? Ernest, has withdrawn from the cratic Administration. Clinton', Pine Grove, July 13. y visited his uncle Mr. Willis Calls attention of failure of Republican platform to recognize again on the mountain tor race, leaving Judge. Ernest as Russell Springs, Cofley's Chapel, 'Knifley of near this place last i rapid development of barge transportation on inland waterways here a nice dinner was vv.' the. only Republican candidate, and favors liberal policy for its development. July Saturday night and Sunday. ing us prepared on Mrs. Kof r and he will ho declared" the Cane Valletf Hilltown, July 22. Points out benfits Cf Flood Control "Act-;Mr. Frank Jones, of Yuma vis- kitchenette. In a short white v gminee. Senator Beckham has Favors appropriations for continuations of reclamation of arid Pfoketts, Maple Hill, July 23. ited Mr. Walter Bowen of this were ready to coiititue onr fl opposition from the Democrats lands. ; Pierce, Sulphur Well. July 24 25 place from last 'Saturday till! ey. We looked through a vrros Greensbnrg, Barley's, July. . 31 Indorses Federal Trade Commission. FEDERAL EESCRYE SYSFLM, IRE Monday. coal mine, watched the ., Deplores lavish use of money by aspirants for the Republican Aug.l. (From Homer 6. Cummings' ' Misses Halke Chelf and Ina cars come and go over th: Snmmersv.iHe, Hodges, Aug. 1, 3 p. nomination for President. speech.) BIVCV!-m.,-Hovious, Messrs Leonard. Bar--. motmtaao.gathered some vild Casey Creek, Old Providence, Aug. 5 "If the Democratic Party had By reference to a report pubThe Litlle Tawn Sche&l fefase.. ress and Wayne goode, Mr. and flowers, made some more, oh Gradyville, Prices, Ang. accomplished nothing more than lished on-ofirst page it will be Mvs. T.O. Morton Misses Edna tores and wero soon ready to be 14- -- of the passage the Federal Re- seen that the spcial attorneys I can even see it by- memo'rles glow J Burkesjille, Marrow Bone, Aug. Wethington, Grace Woifbrd, gin our trip back to Pardee. We 15' serve Act, it would be entitled for the State, Gen. Jas. Garnett The little 'town schoolhouW of lonsr Tompkmsville, Wesleys, Aug. 15, 3 Messrs Guy Weatherford, Leon- went from Pardee to Norton Va. ago, to the enduring grattitude of the being one of the number, in the p. m.,-l?. ard Hardin, Misses Grace and After' supper we returned to Big nation. This act supplied the Bingham Inheritance Tax Suit, A little off from Glensfork 'creek 18 Fountain Run; F. Run, Aug. Mary Gabbert and Miss Josie Stone Gap, where we spent ancountrywith an elastic currency won a complete victory, over On whose banks for pleasure 'we did Temple Hill, New Salem, Aug. to other 'night. Wednesday mornMcWhorter all mortored seek; Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. controlled by the American peo- Gov. Morrow. The trial Judge Griffin Springs last Sunday. ing we started back to Pineville.' It was not fashioned of stone or brick, ple. Panics the recurring was a Republican, and the jury. Its wooden timbers were" strong and Mrs. Elmer Knifley is very low This trip was about the same as . llonticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p. phenomena of disaster which the was summoned by a Republican thick. m., Central Union, Aug. 30. with brights disease and heart going over. We saw many, beauRepublican party could neither sheriff, and in less than twenty Its stove which stood in the center of West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 trouble at this writing. tiful mountains. I don't believe the floor, control nor explain are now but minutes after the case was givct , Millers, Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barbee of the scenery could have been a memory. Under-thElkhorn, Wesley's Sept. 5 8 r. m.-Republi- en to the jury, it brought, in a Around which clustered a score or Columbia visited the latters sis- more beautiful. more, , 3 Sept. can system there was an aver-arg- e verdict for $125,000, the full Of lads and lasses with hands out- Mannsville, Merrimac, 12 3 p. m. 13 ter Mrs. Elmer Knifley last SatWe reached Pineville late in of one bank failure every amount sued for, a complete vin' snrAad; Sparksville, Hogards, Sept. 8. urday and Sunday. twenty-on- e days for a period of dication of the justness of the When skies of winter were dull over- the afternoon and enjoyed a Columbia, Tabor, Sept. The singing given Jy . Miss nearly forty years. After the claim of a set of attoneys, who , iieau. good nights rest at this place. T. JWade, P. E. Hazel Knifley last Sunday night passage of the Federal Reserve fought for many months to get It was huge ungainly and lacking gr,ace; was largely attended and all re- Thursday morning we started System there were, in 1915, four tax money, a large amount, just for Harlan County, where we But oh! What cheer in Its .shining It is reported that there is one case ported a nice time. bank failures; in 1916 and 1917, ly due the State. of small-po- x face; at Russell Springs, but Miss Lottie Knifley will teach spent a day and night. We left three bank failures; in 1918, one Those dear old s the patient is getting well. around bank failure; and in 1919, no Col. Frank L. Ripy, Democrat the school at this place. The Pineville Friday afternoon for the wall; The contractors, Murrell & Feese trustee is to be complimented on- home, arrived at Campbellsville bank failures at all. The Fed- ic candidate for Congress, was J With maps well covered familiar all, are making preparations to begin the eral Reserve System, passed over here Monday and he met many To one whoto-nigwould fain once repairs pn the Graded School building securing Miss Lottie for the Friday night, where we had an more; school, as she has taught for sevthe oppo'sition of the leaders of. friends, as a large crowd was in other vgood nights rest When Live those bright days of her girlhood The Little Ford that the, Buchanan eral years and is a competent the Republican party enabled town. Saturday morning came, .we Lyon Company sells, goes right along o'er. teacher. America to withstand the strain How many years can I count since where other machines throw up the found lots to talk about until The ice cream supper given at of war without shock or panic sponge. For Sale .,: ., then? to say goodby. We started Mr. John Bottoms of Casey-- time It seems only a few while this I pen. and ultimately made; our country :See A. Hunn for merlcal Moto'r Gas. Creek last Saturday night was for home with glad hearts and es, a few when! think, of the dear the greatest creditor nation of 1917, mo del touring car7Flrst class It cleans the1 engine of carbon, and largely attended and all reported pleasant memories of our trip to condition, nevr tfre&rPriceasoriable. AH e gleaming withpleasiire as they saves fronvl5 to 40 per cent, I the world." " ' . f , See, Richardson and Goffr a nice time. the mountains.. ' fetf .. s, took'their.places. l . . Were always ready with wbrds of cheer, Whenever clouds in the sky did appear; The little town schoolhouse can still ' , be seen; Back from the creek on the hillside so green, And I will always seeTfctoy memories - , -- a ve ' - I ' Several boys from this place are fixing to go to III. to work through harvest and threshing. Boom to the wife of Silas Miller a boy Olen Ray T. D. Flanigan of Humble was through this part Thursday buying stock. Mrs. Porter Shaw is veay sick at this wrighting. Miss Mary sisterEffie visited J. W. Had-ley- 's one night of this week, Mrs.Mollie Hudson hasreturn-e- d home from 111. where she was visiting her. sons. Camp" meeting will begin at r MlOlive July 3, by Rev's Doh-ne- r, and Bowyer from Ohio. Had-ley- 's The social called at J.-Friday night by the young folks was enjoyed very much by those who were present. Sunday School is progressing nicely at Free Union. B. F. Vails will preach at Free Union the fourth Saturday and Sunday following. All you writers from Knif ley and Garlin come on with lots of newsy letters. On Saturday afternoon of June i 5th, 1920, Mr. and MrB, Ci B.1 Whitney, Mrs. C. E. Cofer and son and I left for Pineville, Bell County Ky. After traveling Harris'little Esch-Cummin- s' 3-- 4. 5 Goose-Creek- , I 17-1- 8. r :i-ii- r i JULUL9H '- 2 7-- ur 8 - 21-2- 2 . "28-2- 9 t le 4-- 5. . e 6 le, 12-1- - 18-1- 9 black-board- - ht young-faces,.- , gaso-iiB- ,.; a ? ( - " '"'-S- V i . ;,.;. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS OK ,. J zox I 10 4) OS aoE BUY OUR FRESH ROASTED COFFEE . TO THE FARMER - Pilgrim has that rich Rio flavor so much desjred by those that desire a strong coffee. PILGRIM 23c - . -- w MONARCH, 35c i-- . -- i ;! ''"-- N6w is the time you need work tools. ' If Monarch is an extra fancy aritosMf large bean, throughly milled and cleaned, stoned and sifted. And we are ready to supply you with r i' ;.tv-- - ' Plows, r9 I Cultivators, " " " " I . 'Disc Harrows, 1 8 s UK - RUSSELL & CO. ' 'i . Corn Planters; Corr! Drills, .. yv ;i I ''" x EaoEao o . r " v 2ii3 ; . " ?- -' 5 o ioi io 1 w ,- And all other kinds of Implements, ;r .. :.a - --"-; Wagons, j Buggies, . Harness Fertilizers. .1 ' - ":4 Field ' ,r Seed, and L ." TSS UNIVERSAL CAR T II jlllj I ;j ; The Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, big sliding windows, generous seating capacity, splendid upholstering is sure-l- y DAVIS HARDWARE 11 i COMPANY. Kentucky, the Ideal, as well as the most practical and profitable, motor car for traveling salesmen, physicians stockmen, etc. It means quick transportation without fatigue. It means comfortable ra nsportation regardless of weather c0nditions. It means good, long service k 'iiim " Wh kir s Columbia, I UJ i SSS5!S3HJH3?i22BJSrSS5c??SSasaB3SS55 htuMkWWIHIJIMtWHra ! at the minimum of expense. Wise to give us ' B rr. '; your order now. Price f. o. b. Detroit $894.42. e I Av erase lyidll . o i 1:1 T COMPANY I ' J'' ;i ill Property Mas al .' i 1'''.. -1 ' NJCiO RPtORA - i T-Ef- ,,' i Come In and See t L Columbia, Ky. Campbellsyllie, Kx, ; ik i- the $7P0OO,OOO practically doubled in value in the past few years. iYIat-riand labor costs have advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are PAinch Tare stiI going up. ' f" PERSONALS. VI i This is the famous Firestone ifiolded 3J4 inch tire that has its own plant, its own Special machinery, special methods, special organiza- Have you increasgd your insuraace to cowr the increase in values? ' you fully protected ir th& ifrt should occur today? j tion. Mr. S. E. Shively rotunied last Chicago, week from abosloMG trip to 111. son and his sister, of Sew Albany, a iDd. paid their Columbia friends Sunday of last visit, remaining over ivepk, Mr. Dean is known here. as a Mr. C. B. Dsan.lus dauglffier amfl jrentlemanbf moeb excellent character. Miss'Rubye Durham, of Campbells-villvisited at the home of her un cle, Mr. F. H.Durham, last week. and Mr. John Lee Walker, his wife Burkesville son, John Kichey, went to last Thursday, the two latter to a week or ten dajs. Mr. W- - B. Lyon and his son James v were here recently. -- e, re-mai- n Mr. E. J. Lyon andwife, Campbells-villwere in Columbia a few days e, ago. visit to her mother who resides in Boston, Mass., Mrs. Albia Eubank, will leave on, a to-da- y. m.., 1 Tuesday. Miss Loris Dllloni of Greenville, c oiQiHnuher sister, Mrs. - Travis Keen this place. Mrs. Lula Antle, of near Montpeuer is now an operator at the Columbia Exchange. She has been taught the keyboard and Is .making', rapid prog- Ws Mr. W. D. Jones returned- to ' '' " w(jrkiiasbweelr, out1 Mr.. J, Crewman." tftio travels " Thus Firestone serves car of Owensboro, was at the Jeffries burn,' of Humble, were hero last Fri-- 1 owners with quantity day. Hdtel a few dajs ago. This permits a Mr. Tobe Hughes, of Quanah.Texas, ' Mr. Sam Robinson, Tompkinsville, value in tires' never beforeaccomplislied at the price. upon o&r hardware men last arrived Jaat Wednesday night. H nailed .i went from Tesafrto New York, to see veok Cet your share of; these: : savings by Having us equip ; ' Mr. J. W.Wilmore, Richmond, Ky., his brother, Paul, and from tliere tie came here where 'his wife- - and child you. "" ":'." "1--; was In Columbia a fewdays ago. ren have been visiting his fathers Mr. T. W. Taylor, CampbeHsville, home for some weeks; Mr. Hughes made his regular talp. to this place a appears to be In line health. few days since. ' Mr. MontWaggener, of Springfieia, Dr. J. E.Grant, of Louisville,. is viswas here Monday. Cumberland Grocery Co. iting his uncles Mr. J. F, and Dr. Jas. Mr. C. F. Frazier, Miss Jennette and his aunt, Miss Minnie "Triplett and other relatives. He has spent thei?ryor' Miss Stella Conover, Miss Maud Swelling caused by insect bites can Conover motored from be reduced by using Bollards Snow last twelve or fifteen years t in the and Jim Wheeling, West Va , arriving, here Liniment. Canal Zone. . It counteracts the poison last Sunday week. Mr. Frazier is a .and relieves the irritation. Three Miss Lucile Odewalt of Louisville, of Mr. Edbt. Conover, his sizes, 3oc, GOc and SI 20 per bottte. visited Mrs. O. P. Miller last week. baby having been rfere for several Sold by Paul Drug Co. Adv. Mr. E. F. Mullinix and daughter, months. The entire party are at the Miss Sarah .will leave the latter part home of their parents, and ' will reof this week for their new home, main some ' weeks: d Burkesville. Two weeks ago we ; Mr. ATE?Bishop and lit- the contemplated departure of tie daughter, Martha, left Monday, these good people, expressing our remorning to visit friends and relatives grets. We again bid them adieu, in Cincinnati, Dayton and West Miltrusting that they will find time to ton, Ohio. visit their Columbia friends often. CANE VALLEY, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Wright and baHon. Lilburn Phelps and Mr. Hugh by, and Miss Anna Eubank are here Sharp, Jamestown, were here the latfrom Louisville. ter partof. Jast'week. Mr. Elzy Feese is visiting relatives Auctioneer and Dealer Misses Iva and Frances Dudgeon, of ' here. In Lebanon, are visiting their aunts, Myra and Katie Butler. Misses Ateaspoonfull of Herbine will pro Real Prof. A. H. .Ballard and wife reachduce a copeous atad purifying bowel' ed home Saturday night from Camp Your Business, So- movement, improve appetite, restore; Knox. Prof. Ballard "will return mental activity and a .fine?,ieellng .off Wednesday and Mrs. Ballard will re-- , licited. "vigor and cheerfulness. Price 60c. for the present. main Spld by .Paul drug Go. ' . Ad v. ' V Mr. C. H. Cravens and his, son Wil prc-ducti- on ,r REED BROS "The Service Agency" insurance in all Its Branches, Columbia; ' Kestucfcy. . ,, ,.' COBS HHHHIHBHnHHiHHmRHi'-HMHIHiMaBHHM- . I son-in-la- w have Just received a good supply of barb Wire, wire fencing,Double shoy-e- l m meri-tione- and-Mrs- T. F. CORBIN I plows, Orchard harrows, Rastus plows.,,, A new supply of stationery, Queensware and Men's shirts. L. M. Smithy Cane Valley, Ky. Hot weather is hard on teething GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB babies. They suffer the combined misery of heat, pa'in and stomach disor-er- . OUR WORK IS McGee's Baby Elixir helps the THE NEWS is $Uo,a'mT little sufferer, through the trying pfricbycprjeciingthe.stomach and $2.00 per year. UP-TaDAT- Estate. -.- E: ' -- -- S PriceV35candt60c;-Sol- Din, co. '- - d by-- ' ur : Ad,--o- s&t& ift "scription one it ' -- - G MOTHER SAW TRUTH AT ONCE Res. Phone 13-- B. V ADAIR COUNTY NEWS H i Business Rhone 13-- No Dr. 1 -- N Murrell DENTIST- teens. Remarkable Rag Made by Young.i He was a pianist, scarcely out of his American Giri, He had been sent abroad by Use Telling Her That Her Boy Had Made a Success in the World of Art. niAnini"9i Ru niir IN&NKtU Dl LUVt 844444444464 444444444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 STORE OF QUALITY wealthy course in his chosen art; had thereafter spent a year on the concert stage, and behind 200 or 300 newspaper reports of his success abroad he was Rooms Jeffries BTd. GS:e. Front now coming home. When his train drew into the staUP STAIRS.! tion and came to a stop the- pianist, evincing the artistic temperament in Ills hair as weH as in his manner, descended to the platform. At the COLUMBIA, KY same time the crowd of enthusiastic 1 townspeople drew aside to allow his proud mother to be the first to welcome her son. When she reached him, however, she gave a gasp and stood stock-stistar. v ing at him. The next moment ?he burst Into' sobs and fell on his neck. Veterinary Srgccn and.Deniisi ' "Henry!" the S '::&l artention'sfip' Diseases of a "They told me yougood woman socried. were doing well Domestic Animals over, there and makin' money plenti'iO oo at Residency l mile of town, od ful, 3Iy poor boy !" "What's the "matter, mother?" exJamesrown road claimed the bewildered son. "What 8 ie U4G. makes you doubt what they told you?" Columbia, Ky. , "Oh, Henry!" she cried, unappeased. "I can see how you've suffered. Ynn haven't even been able to scrape enough money together to get your zark. - friends for- - a four-year- s' Courrtry'6 History, From the Birth of Independence, Woven Into Emblem in Honor of Heroes of Span- - 4 4 4 4 War. Peaco unfurled a .million flags throughout the world, but not one of them was as remarkable and romantic as that which Josephine Mulford wrought with her own hands a score of years ago in honor' of the kerpes of the Spanish-America- IT n war, observes Lon- Jones ll don Answers. The flag on which Josephine toiled night and day for more than a y with a great love to inspire her is so large that three battalions of soldiers could be massed on it, and so heavy that half a dozen strong men could barely raise its folds from the ground. But it is the romance of its fashioning that places it so far above all its h.i-ger- s, Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. rivals. hair cut!" DO I July, 1S0S, in the parlor of an old homestead in New Jersey, and from the first stitcii to the last it was never for a moment out of the hands or thoughts of the young girl who had set liersell counted as it was made; for It rep- resented an American soldier who was It was begun on the first day of . CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE &' Ei I .eat is t ng cut this w,eek, iight, oa;-- are extra good j BRUTES' SPIRITS RETURN? ! wardens ire looking well. PJai of potk oe3,cabbage, etc., no von our of fare. Corn 'Books fairly well. ai Born to tha wife of James ltya recently, a son. And to the v.reof Mr. R. B. Reeves, a p mghter. , Huff is visiting relatives near Crocus. .Miss Catti vifissoa Luu and Mary Pierce. tto f one best girls will visit ftr.oir uncle, Mr. B. W. Pierce, St if8, Casey Co. next Saturday :md Sunday. Air. Frank Montgomery, wife pad daughters were guests of fi':r'and Mri. W-- G. Roy last i mday. .Irs. L. C. Cab bell of Dunville s,wt several he -- days recently with ui sister Mrs. M. G. Wol-tJ. ana i. others, J. D. and . J .nn Whii Omra YVob, wife and baby, i. e over irom Campbellsville, v.of Mr. B. aiif atJfche.-hom- j - duir. Lasi .'Sunday after Sunday vcttoot it Shiloh, several of the jj- mng olki went to the home of Sir. J ctac Montgomery, and pent u'ifi aey with him. .Mr. .Montgomery is almost a shut it , jus: occasionally that he is strong .enough to go out, so he appreciates the visits of his Iciendb mare than he can ex- press. The three typhoid iever patients a; the home of Mr. Xdither Montgomery are better. Mr. Garrett Murrell of Aberdeen Miss , who has been visit 'ing hib brother, and other rel natives here for several weeks, .left fo; ihome last Monday morn- ing. Mrs. Tennie Miller of Casey (Qyt wiaive.! Jier home folks here t ? usually healthy so far this sumGazette. Gold and Religion. mer. Gold was used for most part as a Gold Abundant in Siberia. fc'0ite" Gresn McKinley, useful metal ; for decoration and orna- Literally speaking, rivers in the Ok- Mrs. Robert Roe, who fell and iv. ii nf uulng the century mark ment; but it was often associated with hotsk district have golden bottoms, sustained injuries to one. of her :a. rived la3t Saturday., to spend religious thought According to the says a bulletin of the British bureau hips, is rapidly improving. Inca belief, an egg of copper fell from of foreign and domestic commerce. .severe i weeks with his son and heaven from which sprang the nobi- Three men working in a primitive wash-olity; and after a longer period an easily in siJierjcv-tiveHe was accom of gold fell from which issued egg fashionfive the winter ounces troy) of A child can't get strong and robust the up to funts (6G flp'.uefi1by hie Among the Chocos of Colombia; gold a day. The Okhotsk deposits con- while worms eat away its strength and Mr? Inca. an Important idol of gold was wor- tain many nuggets. Nuggets weighing vitality A dose or two of White's ixeve.AntIe,.RuBsel Springs. shiped and slaves were sacrificed to funt are not rare. Last wincertain seasons of the Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Stevenson it at represented a woman, year. The ter one zolotnik (0.137147 ounce troy) Cream Vermifuge puts the little one who was of gold cost 20 rubles ; .at the present' on its feet again. Price, 35o. Sold by idol a"d M . Jesse.L. Murrell ver-- once human and gave birth to a child time it costs 100 rubles. In spite of Paul! Drug Co. Adv. the rich deposits in this district, 'many .lesUiatcthe home of Mc and who became the creator. Exchange. concessions are not being exploited. "ra.'j. 5. JSarger Jhe fourth . A United States Arm has explored the State Has Had Nine Capitals. is The Italian Cabinet has been JSjndajt. In mine purchased from Stepanov, and The first complete report made energetically preparing to work It connection with the Raleigh and Wake forced to resign on account of XBr an'd:Mr-s-. June county community study tshows that of ."King of Hawaii." Big Ranch had the unpopular decree in regar d wife and baby the state of North Carolina hasEden-toA $6,000,000 sugar ranch in the Hacapitals ,as follows: Bath, nine to come Into to bread. wAted&t ths.homsoof Me. N. X Brunswick, Filmington, Newbern. waiian islands is about Smlthfield, Fayetteville and the possession of a few American .resiHUIsboro, Sam. i&lv ntgomery , recently.. Raleigh. The reason for so many lay dents through the death of Col. Four armed bandits held up a uel Parker, an American who has been in the custom, prior to 1791, ot transso Intimately mixed up In Hawaiian motor trocin.New, Jerseyjmd Senator .Fletcher, b Morida, ferring the seat of government to the affairs as to win the name of 'juW floated' Go v.1 Catterfwr renomi? placet' of 'resldencb' of the' government king of Hawaii." He belonged tojthe and captured, hi whiskey., tqthe ;JanoojVL Parkerjtamiljr of Boston&ad value of $35,000;. jftxtzoKin tha: Ddoij j.atic primar " ut Abundance of Testimony Seeming to fighting in Cuba. Prove That Ghosts of Animals . The Pennsylvania star was' partly Have Been Seen. ' made in the room in which, a century and a quarter earlier, Betsy Ross workWith such quantities of spirits run- ed, under Washington's guidance, on ning around loose, why not a few rep- the very first American flag which proresenting departed animals? claimed the independence of the states There is plenty of testimony indors- and the star was finished in the room ing animal ghosts. In India there are where the first continental congress ghost elephants and ghost tigers that met. haunt the jungle. And natives of that To make Virginia's star .she traveled country are restrained from abusing to Mount Venion and stitched it In one enimals by a belief that the phantom of the rooms of Washington's home. of any mistreated creature will sure- The Maryland star was made at Fort ly come back to bring misfortune to McHenry, historically associated with the offender. Banner" of Fran"The Andrew Lang quotes a cis Scott Key, and New York's star naval officer as speaking of an occa- was made partly In the very room in sion when the latter was visiting at which Washington said goody-b- y to hl3 the country house of a friend and a officers, and partly on board the flagn bark was heard outside the ship New York. door of the room where the two men And thus, making nS far as possible sat. each stitch historic, the colossal task "Why, there's old Peter," said the proceeeded, until the last of the 0 officer. stitches was made, with loving. If "Peter died since you were here trembling, fingers, and she rose from last," replied his friend. her year's work triumphant, but shatA fox terrier that was in the room tered in health. whined and trembled violently. The Josephine lived to see her flag prouddoor was pushed open and the pad-paly floating over Madison Square garof a big dog's feet on the floor was den, to thunders of cheers from a heard. No dog was seen, but the In- hundred thousand throats. Then came visible ghost of one walked to tlip a terrible reaction from the long strain, hearthrug, shook itself and then flung and within a few weeks the hands itself heavily down, the jingle of its that had toiled so long and lovingly collar being distinctly audible. were still in death. But the spirit of courageous love A Whole League in Himself. which Josephine Mulford breathed into This puzzle in nationality has the her work lives on for courage cannot die. marines guessing: Louis C. Minette, accepted for enHealth in Business. listment in the United States marine A business man walked Into a doccorps at Tulsa, Okla., said that his mother was an American who'married tor's office the other day. a Frenchman in Italy. He was born He looked in the pink of condition. on a ehip flying the Spanish colors "I want a thorough physical examwhile lying in the English channel. At ination," he said. him. The doctor accommodated the age of five his parents died in Sweden and he was adopted by a Heart was sound, lungs were healthy, Oerman who brought him to the kidneys and all other organs functionUnited States. His adopted father Is ing properly. not a naturalized citizen. "You're the. most splendid specimen "Would yqu class him as 'The Man I've seen in a long time," said the Without a Country'?" the recruiting doctor. sergeant was asked. "Thanks; I intend to remain so," "Man without a country nothing!" said the client. 'You shall go over me said the sergeant. "I'd class him as a like this every six months. And I propose to have every man in a resLeague of Nations." ponsible position In my organization undergo a similar examination twice Feeding for Good Teeth. a year. The soon, defective teeth of the "A competing firm recently put a adult are due iq a great measure, ac- man into an Important job who looked cording to an authority on dentistry, as well as I. He broke down, and In to the faulty kind of food given to the demoralization of the firm's busichildren. Food which requires mas- ness hat came with the breaking, our tication tends to develop the gums and firm has taken over one of their bigsalivary glands, while the practice of gest and best accounts. A condition giving too much liquid food causes of twenty years' standing, which he narrow jaws, weakens the gums and thought completely overcome, caused mars physical beauty. The same au- that man's breakdown. thority continues: "Thin, small jaws "I don't propose that my firm shall consequent on liquid diet, do not fur- suffer through any such experience." nish room enough to accommodate the Good, hard business applied" to teeth even were the blood, supply suf- health. Doesn't good sense recomficient the teeth thus crowded falling mend to every man such prudence? to ' receive adequate nourishment a How many men can you recall who most potent cause of defect in the en- have discovered a serious state of amel, and carles follows." health too late to mend? Haverhill Star-Spanglwell-know- Prog ress Range Stoves 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 n Albin Murray Columbia, Phone 12 well-know- (i Rt ucky 323,-00- Next Door to The Adair County New Office. 4 Sparksville Items. ' d 4 444444444444444444444444 Mr. R. E Strange, a merchrnt at Sparksville, was in Columbia last Friday and from him we 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 gathered the following items: The wheat crop in my section is fairly good and corn is in a prosperous condition. The hay crop is about ready to cut and it is better than it was last year. Mr. L. Akin and son are erecting a new shop which will soon be completed. They are good mecanics. THEDFORD'S B 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. The Masonic Lodge, of this place has taken on new life, and is rapidly growing. Have work at every meeting, and the spirit among the of Masonry ia brethren. The farmers throughout this locality are busy, more so than usual. Altogether they have but little right to complain. This community has been un- ONE CENT A DOSE U73, Your soiled or last year's suit, SWISS Cleaned or Dyed saves you $50.00. "MAKE IT DO" WE DYE CARPETS AND RUGS Etl KY. Snd Via, SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated LOUISVILLE, Parcel Post s. son-in-la- w, one-ha- lf -- e Montgom-.fler.BdgariElli- a, n, A wholesale crrocery company, modify existing regulations is by W. Va. has act of Congress at Huntington, been fined $35000 for profiteer' A, woman in New York society ing in sugar. with an income of $20,000 a year has confessed to stealing jewels The Volstead Act limits the valued at $18,000. alcholic contents of drinks to percent, and Dr S. T.Pope the California prescribed penalties, .for violaT archery expert, has killed two tions. grizzlji bears in the Yellowstone Park with a bow andu arrow. The only hopd of "Wets,, to ,? .v one half of one "KE - nrvnicu u UHnaM-wnuiijmiMt- vi jZ ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I . MANY ROADS TO KNOWLEDGE GAIT VARIES WITH SPECIES For Instance, Impudent Fake Resulted In Opening Up the Field of -Electro-Therapy. It May Truthfully Be Said That No Two Animals or Birds Walk Exactly Alike. iLLH.aHlfc kr .bLLm ibbbh .iLH bLbH L b. .iLLLLL bbbbY ' The horse strikes his gait with a cheerful, steady and strong step; the' cow is uncertain in Its moving, lolling and lagging In its gaif "The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea." The ass trudges, and kmps a dull eye on lity. the earth as it journeys along. The But by curious paradox, the foolishness factories every now and then sheep trots, and bleats as it passes, produce something that proves of sub- while the goat springs aloft almost heedless of Its footing. The gait of stantial usefulness to science. For example, In New England many birds on the level Varies a great deal. years ago a man named Perkins in- There Is a sort of majestic carriage vented what he called a "magnetic in the rook, stepping over a crumbling pigeon trips tractor," for drawing diseases out of furrow. The folk. It was shaped like a pair of it daintily; the heron stands, as if to compasses, with one leg of silver and think, and moves with stateliness withthe other pf copper. When the two in its narrow bounds. The dog casts vpolnts were passed over the afflicted a careless foot scattering dust or mud part of the body the instrument was without thought; while the cat adsupposed by some electrical means to vances a dainty paw, as if distrustful of the ground. The hen scratches, and alleviate or cure the trouble. undoubtedly did pauses to look round, as if bewildered; The "tractors" benefit many people; also Perkins, while the peacock lifts Its foot with They seeming pride, and as If the earth who, sold them for $5 apiece. such a sensation that scientists were honored by its moving upon It made took the matter up, investigating It at all. The pig takes ground anyhow, and without heeding, turning about thoroughly and proving that imagination did the work. Blindfolded per- careless whether right or wrong. The little mouse scurries across the comsons were relieved of pain by the contact of a couple of pointed sticks of mon path with something of the passivity of a blown leaf; while the rat wood, which" they mistook for the inassumes the ground to be its own posstrument in question. session, and prowls about with confifoolThe whole business was plain ishness. Nevertheless, the Interest dence and unconcern. Of all animals It awakened led to the first opening up the hare bounds upon the earth as upon its heritage, and breasts it the discovof the field of electro-theraperies of which have proved of such whole day long. As Wordsworth noted, the hare "runs races in its mirth." Immense importance to medical Along the road that leads to knowledge are scattered many which as a rule do a flourishing and profitable business. For the chief weakness of the human mind is credufake-shops, red-foote- Bbbbbh'bbF bbbbbb ABbbbbbbb'bbb .hw LLBaV ffvlBBBn .HLLLLaik LaBBBr .aiLm Hkk ILLHkv. bbbbf IbbbbBbbb BBBBBBBBBBBten4f3 bbbbbbb bbbbbV IbbbbbbbbvbbbbbY HA1 LbLbH jbbH L H bbbbb Htfr 4Hbbbbbbbb .bWbbBb bbbH bbbbbbbL LaflaBt. bbbbbH bbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt ibbbbbH hbbbbbH d y, the air. Men are buying where the value is. The Firestone thrifty 3 is field today. leading the small-tir- e Because it is built, on real thrift methods from start to finish. Firestone experts on the spot in the raw material markets of the world are able to get first choice of quality at quantity purchase is in has EXTRAVAGANCE Thrift gone prices. LAMB THAT GREW ON TREE WAS AHEAD OF HIS TIME According to the Talmud, Remarkable Plant Furnished Food for Our Very Remote Ancestors. How often is the wish expressed that money grew on trees? Why not wish for lamb to grow that way, for according to the Latin translation of Peter Heulein, Who Made the First Watch, Accused of Witchcraft and Thrown Into Prison. There is in existence today a letter dated April 22, 1527, from Martin Luther to Father Frederick PIstorius, the last abbot of St Aegiduis in Nuremberg, in which he thanks the abbot for the gift of a watch, and adds: "I feel compelled to become a pupil of our mathematicians in order to understand this unique timekeeper." Never before had he seen such an ob- ject As he what he the time different was familiar with clocks, meant, evidently, was that indicators on the clock were from those on the watch which had boon given to him. It Is quite probable he had in his possession the first watch made by Peter Ileulein, or at least one of his first ones. This Peter Heulein was a blacksmith, and locksmith and devoted his time, to mathematics and watchmaking, for which he was thrown Into prison charged with witchcraft, which wasvthen one of the easy ways of disposing of a rival or of a person who did things out of the ordinary. But Peter persevered, and the name of Heulein and Nuremburg is preserved by a monument in his native town. New Bells Made Like Old. We have often heard of the beautiful silver tone of very old church bells In Europe and some have even been bought at a great price and brought to America. It was supposed that after a bell had rung regularly for one or two centuries some mysterious quality was developed, and the beautiful tone could be acquired In no other way. An ingenious American studied the problem, however, and decided that the silver tone was simply due to the fact that the clapper of the bell had worn itself and the bell by continued striking, until the two fit closely together and that the shape of the metal and nothing else determined the tone. He began to make bells by casting them so that the clapper and the bell fit each other properly, and the mellow silver tone was obtained at once. Today we are manufacturing such bells and selling them abroad. Boys' Life. the Talmud of Jerusalem, that ancient book of law and customs, wonderfully tender and eatable lambs did grow on trees. This work, remarks a writer in the New York Evening Sun, tells of a plant called the jeduah, which was formed like a lamb. From a bunch of rather, coarse, thick leaves there Issued steam on which the zoophyte grew, so the story goes. In every respect it was formed like an animal suspended on a stalk within the radius of which it grazed. It devoured all the herbage which it was able to reach within the circle of its tether, and then unless some overventurous animal came near enough for it to snatch the lamb would die of starvation. Our remote ancestors hunted the lamb at great risk, for historians tell us that the lamb had not earned its reputation for gentleness then. It was extremely ferocious, especially if it had exhausted its provender. The only way to overcome It was to cut the stem by darts or arrows sent from a safe distance. Once the stem was severed the animal fell to ABUSE the earth soon to die, and the successful hunter could safely come forth to carry his game back to his cave well-aime- d Firestone men have worked out the way to produce this tire by concentrated methods no waste material, no waste motion, no waste space. And Firestone volume output, through thousands of dealers, permits selling at a close jwyk'wfk isi2S8 o (non skid) Jti.V ( "JXESXf GrayTtifoeSCLTS. GO. Rcdr. van--- ai 1 ml 1. . Ji V :. 'jarvi' u. -- .'. jrt margin. The user gets the benefit. Try this Firestone thrifty 3V2. Miles OF WILSON THE KEYNOTE. borne. Slaves in In 1756. (Elizabethtown News.) Slavery existed nearly all of the English colonies from an early period until shortly before or soon after the Hot weather Is ha?d on teething Revolutionary war, and the African There is nothing in the- whole fist, babies. They suffer the combined mistrade was openly tolerated by the g remedies that can apery of heat, pain and stomach disor- of British government In 1756 there proach Liquid Borozone in the rapwere 292,000 slaves In the colonies, der. McGee's Baby Elixir helps the idity with which it heals cuts, scattered from New England to Georlittle sufferer through the trying gia. Slavery was not prohibited in sores burns and scalds. It is period by correcting the stomach and wounds, Massachusetts until 1780, nor in Vera marvelous discovery. Price, 30c 60c mont until 1777. The United States bowels. Price, 35c and 60c. Sold by 31.20 Sold by Paul Drug Co Adv. census of 1810 showed 310 slaves in Adv. and Paul Drug Co. 10,851 in New Jersey, Connecticut 15,017 in New York, 795 in PennsylNewspap ers all over the counvania and 108 In Rhode Island. Cane Valley. try are editoralizing and paraSlavery was gradually abolished In the northern states, but in 1820 there were graphing at a mprry rate upon still 97 slaves in Connecticut 7,557 In New Jersey, 10,808 in New York, Carl Wilson who accidentally the supposed information that 211 in Pennsylvania and 48 In Rhode ReWorry Really Wicked. shot himself is getting along the G. in the name of the Island. The census of 1850 showed W6rry Is really an evidence of lack the disappearance of slavery In all publican nominee for President fine. and of faith in the the northern states except in New Jerof When the President rose to "Gamaliel," of Bibpower that runs the universe. It is sey, which still had 236. Indianapolis W, E. Hancock, Esq., who has stands for the great emergency which conpower that pro- News. a lack of faith in the It is the right of every political been confined to his home for lical fame, but it happens to devided you do yoUr part will always fronted .the Nation and the civibring things out better than you possiparty to criticise the acts of the the past year, was over in town note "Guard" instead. Immense Rubles. lization of the world, the Re bly could by yourself alone. Why News. An Immense ruby, weighing 400 publican party dammed him be- -. other party and to point out the one day last week looking very should you worry, why should you fear why should you be anxious, when carats, is reported to have been found mistakes it has made. good. God's vision and omnipotence are al- In Burmah, but it was broken, into cause he was so proficient in the But malignant abuse of the Jo Callison, Bingham Moore ways ready to guide and serve you? three pieces, and the report is 'that hour of trial. There never has been an instant in one of them was sold uncut In CalcutPresident never won an election and Banks Hancock made a your life, my friend, which you could ta for 5233,333. A fine ruby, known MONET BACK When he brought back from and it will not win this one. without questionUHunt'sSilr have safeguarded or provided for with as "Groga Bok," or the Dragon Lord, trip to Frankfort last week. rail in the treatment 01 ccxrn a thousandth part of the wisdom with weighed 45 carats In the rough, 22 Europe the Peace Treaty, wrung TettrT.RiaEwoim.Itch.etc r - Bridgewater, a colorprocess, and The achievements or Woodrow become discouraged because otfc Robert which God has guarded and provided carats after the cutting by his mascerful mind from the treatments failed. tlunrtBai is really a reflection upon was said to be the finest of its size for it It has relieved hundreds pf n Wilson both in peace and in war ed boy, who .has been working eases. You can't lose on In 1887 a stone of 49 greatest statesmen of Europe him to be anxious about the future, to ever seen. Mann Back CuOTSIlfCI. dread poverty and sickness, to worry carats was found and in 1890 one of to secure a permanent peace and stand out too gloriously upon the with .Claude EdnngtonJ got his it at our.rble TODAY. rle 71 For tal locally 137 about your business, to fear failure 304 carats, according to Bauer, who pages of history to be either be right arm broken, between the In your undertaking. Orison Swett treats the discovery of the to destroy forever the German smirched or be dimmed by mis wrist and elbow Saturday even? Sold by Paull Drug Company, Btone previously mentioned as simply Harden in Chicago News. report Philadelphia Kultur, which threatened civili an unverified cranking the car. Ledger. zation, the Republican party representation, invective, abuse ing while Thirteen 'persons were killed in Fierce Apparitions. who has been a railroad wreck at Shenectady, In the West Indies a sight of the damned him because he had not and calumny, such as is now T. A. Furkin, "The Father of Jests." "rolling calf presages death or terbeing heaped upon him, in business here for the past ten N. Ywholesale St. Louis The negroes are "The Father of Jests" is Joseph asked the counsel of its memrible misfortunes. dreadfully afraid of possible encoun- Miller, an English comedian, who was bers. He is too great a man to stoop years, will move to Columbia this houses have cut the prices on ter with It at night It is white, of born in 1684 and died at London In to notice the - mudslingers, but week." We hate to hand Mr shoes from 25 cents to $2,00 for enormous size and with eyes that 1738. The collection of jests known When he lay sick in Washingas "Joe Miller's Jests" appeared orlgblaze like hot coals. sits quietly in his roller chair at Furkin over to Columbia. We fall. William Thorp, a learned student of . inally in 1739 as "Joe Miller's Jest ton, broken in health and nearly will take good care of such, manifestations, writes 01 a ' Book, Or the Wit's Vade Mecum, etc.' exhausted from his tremendous the White House trusing to the hope they This ends the legal fight of phantom shark that haunts the waters It was made by John Mottley and refairness and justice of the him. about Nassau, In the Bahamas, where ceived its name unwarrantably from efforts for humanity, the Repub aside- nationCol. James Todd found a tarra-pin.o- n the "wets" to set it Is known as the "harbor master." Joseph Miller. It was popularly said lican jackals damned him be- American people, the great cenIt shines with a weird phosphorescent that Joe Miller never made up a Joke tral figure in American life toJ. W. Sublett's farm last wide prohibition, or to make it glow even in the daytime, and though in-- his life and could neither read nor cause he did not die, and circu'by having the en-okea on many occasions ana puuea write. Most stale jests are now known late their deadly poisonous mis- day, as he has been for nearly week with'J., u. Sublett's- - and effective as a "Joe Miller" from the fact that it eight years." initials, 1896, jforcement declared voitL A. F. Hutchison is supposed to have at some time representations that he had lose -. emanated from this source. flesh-healinE-To- wn i Those who will take the trou ble to read the speeches made in the Chicago Convention and the platforjn adopted, will find the keynote of the Republican party is abuse of Wilson. "Down with the President," is the slogan of the party. It is being shouted from coast to coast, and those who are most vehement in the denunciation, including Senator Lodge, have not one single good reason to base their hatred on except that Wilson is a Democrat. his mind. The bitter words hurled at the emaciated and enfeebled President struggling back to health in the White House would have been treason if uttered two years ago, but are now rolled under their tongues 'as sweet morsels of political pre judice. They have poisoned the very atmosphere with their foul aspersions of a patriotic President, whose achievements entitle him to rank with Washington and Lincoln, when they dared not have uttered them while our boys were charging through the Argonne forest and making the German power crumble to an abject surrender. per Doll His calumniators are both! cut on the under side. He bowardly and comtemptible, and brought it into town and Ms, the more they abuse Wilson the Hutchison remembered the time deeper will they sink themselves and says it was found in the same field they found it twenty in their own filthy mirei four years ago. f 400-car- at - - )j0WW ,.- f 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. IWtfat f )K)K)KMf- - vC - Additional r - Locals, . "8T HAIL 5k - FIRE .In Barn 7 . In Field One ! sg. iV Insurance Policy Protects " every Minute 4r- Injured ONLY by Henry Ctay Agents ' ; 4 - 3 -- V ', i - W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. ,v ..- ' :: " 3fcr." - . 30 . 33 . All Kinds of Insurance ' , ., i; s . fcl)R 8& 5$, NEW STORES ky 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the chopping district of Louisville, and we y9uld be vgiad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same Integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom " price ; prevail here with greatly improved facilities,' we in, can jerve you better than never, your need for . . WAIL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & liubbnch Bros. . Wellendorff ... INCORPORATED '' ForMore Thn 40-Xea- rs on Market Stteet 0 - of.the EstStores of Louisville, Ky. k : ! ".TALKING ? ! MACHINES" With a Tone as rich as Gold .: 'v.-::-, r" The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays au ,uist ictyiuo. imj cauci ctLLciui- i.j ';'mnts are rjepessary. i Examine any '.'PRIMA DONNA" cabi- net and compare it with other ma- .ciiines-sllingathe same price ,and , you will readily by convinced relative " wtheirperfority of our workman- t -- ipariconsuption. JL. .&,. .. , Our, .Mr. O. C Hamilton, in as well as stylish in a The yalue pf any, article can be Detriot for 4 or 5 weeks,, taking a judged only by a direct comparison of special course with the Ford Motor appeared in the same .kind. The Advertisements Co , preparing himself to render betyou may think some 'i this paper. ter Ford Service, than ever before. Estate Man, special brand of Baking. Powder is During his absence, we ;will have an Swinebroad, the Real )RSET 7 6t Lancaster, KyM- g'fVes us a report of best. That doesn't, prove anything. expert .mechanic at Columbia, at all (not aoio in stores) only way you can be sur of Bakhis auct'ion sales of land during the The times, and we will request everyone, which is fitted to your month of June.. These were the sales ing Powder superiority is by an actual who has been having some special brands. individual needs in your that he advertised in his June cata test against, all other trouble, to call and get advice from It isn't necessary however that the our expert. Please remember that logue; every farm was offered just as own home by a trained advertised and was sold to the entire housewife go to the trouble and ex- this advise will cost you nothing. He. corsetiere. Let me call satisfaction of the owners and the pense .pf such an investigation herself. will tell you what the trouble is, and and explain the possibilSuch tests have already been made what is necessary to remedy same. purchasers. The report is as follows: and made by experts in the value of All New Fords Cars June 8th, for W. A. Rawlings, 150 ities of tasteful, correct that have recent Baking Powder. ,i in Marion county, for $7,000 acres ly been purchased, we hope that each dress in a Spirella. You Calumet Baking Powder received and every one will bring 12th, for E. M. Shelley, 65 .June their car in incur no obligation. acres in Boyle county, to J. H. Bran-- highest awards at the World's Pure especially the ones that have starters, V Food Exposition, Chicago Paris ExTelephone or send postcard to aman, at 8300 00 per acre. and, let our expert make any necessaJune 15th, for J. W. Rlggins, 158 2 position, Paris, France. There can ry adjustment Remember this will Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, Agent, Ky. Columbia, acres iu Casey county; sold in three be but one answer to this Calumet be Free. It is our intention of seeing 49.55 acres at Is best by test and be3t by the most that our SERVICE is Second to none. tracts to Luther Elliott . $297.00 per acre; to Ray Elliott 36 3. exacting test it is possible to make.. Do not feel that you are not Welcome: 7!v Any housewife familiar with this acres at 3187.00 per acre; to M. L. El Our force has positive- instructions ilo.tt.72 27.acres at 3263.24 per acre fact can rest absolutely assured chat .that Courteous Treatment must be It may not be known to many In when buying Calumet she is obtainper acre $256 30. ... y Average this day and time that many years their Motto. ago there was a paper mill in Russell June 16th, 102 acres for B. D. Holtz-claw- , ing the best Baking Powder it is posBUCHANAN LYON CO., INC., sible to manufacture. county located on Greasy Creek. It in Lincoln county, .to Oscar Columbia, Ky. - , Hokzclaw at 3125 00 per acre. was fed by the rags that were gather Forty-fiv- e Masons were in attendCalumet Baking Powder Company" ed in the county and the paper was June 16th, for Mr anh Mrs J, W. Crutcher, 140 acres in Lincoln county, ance at Columbia Lodge, JSo 96, last writing to this paper says: '"In'clos shipped by river to publications over to Will Montgomery at $125 00 per Tuesday night. Two received the ing our advertising year for the season the State. About that time there Master's degree Ernest. iHarris and of 1919 and 1920 it is gratifying to was a paper published at Creelsboro acre. Finis Rosenbaum. On Thursday night note that almost without exception by Granville Wheat, whose home wa3 June 17th, 210 6 ac:ea in Lincoln county for B. D Holtzclaw to R. L following the same degree was confer- our sales have increased in your terri in Columbia, a son of Mr. Milton P. red oh Horace T.Walker. The member tory ana we attribute this to a very Wheat. Hubble at $115 00 per acre June 19th, the Rogers farm at Leb- ship is rapidly growing. The Master, great extent to the influence that your In the early settlement of thU & anon, Marion county, owned by G B Bro.Gordon Montgomery, being-abou- t paper has upon the consumer. county the merchants of Columbia Swinebroad and R H Dover, to Sa from the lodge Tuesday night, Bro Circuit court brought a large crowd sold men andboy's hats manufactured lem George and G. W. Hughes, 232 2 W. A. Garnett,' Master of Glensfork to Columbia Monday. Judge Carter here. There were two shops in the acres at 225: 00 per acres, and 33.11 Lodge; favored Columbia lodge by delivered lengthy instructions to the county, one operated by John Murrell conferring the third degree. It is acres, sold for 3250 00 per acre grand jury, including the new auto- at what is now known as Craycraft, June 22nd, 267$- acres In Marion good for brethren of different lodges mobile law, and perhaps the unneces- and the other in Columbia. The mercounty, for J. T. Lankford, to Raw-- . to work together in lintt, manifestsary noisethey are now making will chants, as we learn from tradition, . ing spirit of1 brotherly, 'love", vhich Brothers, at $140.00 per acre. be cut out. Mr. A. A. Huddles ton is did not pay cash for the hats, but exJune 26th, the land of G, B. Swine- shows that sister lodged ard glad to here, looking after law violators changed store gocda for them. broad at Danville, in which unimprov- sea Columbia lodge prospering. r't ;i I ed land sold as high as $695.00 per acre Bay your ticket for the Chautauqua Mrs. Leslfe Gowby, who was a very At this sale D W. Mahan purchased estimable" lady, died recently at the Sellers arc now passing over town. 15 6 acres at $685.00 an acre; G J Eb" f n'ar mother, Perryville, Ind. You ave money by securing a season home-o. ' len 3.79 acres at 9420.00 per acre: L GawldjC Hip , tyeea long afflacted A folding bed, davenport, dresser; Mrs. (J. King purchased 3 51 acres at $695 range stove and a full' lino of army ticket- and every; effdtt ha$ been made tor reper acre and 3 62 acres at 3500.00 per goods, including 75 pair russet shoes . When a person has important busi- store her bhiraaband,.-whis the acre; C. R. Martin purchased 52 45 and 225 khaki suitsi We a'lab have a ness that .need quick attention, he assistant cUh&t?df tha. Taylor. Co. acres at $238.00 per acre, and the button for the use on the coats or will invariably call for a Ford National. Bank. .j- - .. Board of Commissioners of thd It 'never fails to get there. blouses that is just as good and handy Encourage trie teachers by attendSold by Buchanan Lyon Co the Deaf bought 63 84 acres as the. regular U. S. button. ' ' ' ' ing the Institute, now in session at at $300.00 per acre. Wagon covers andsheltar tents (pup- ' of land Rev. Z. T. Williams will preach at the Lindsey Wilson. Prof, lrland ia a This makes 1,503 . acres tents) and 200 wheels of sole leather " Pleasant-Hil- l church- the third Sun- teacher of long experience and his in'for Swinebroad sold in June at 25c per wheel. day in July, it being the 30th anni- structions will be xary -- valuable. more than a quarter' of a mil' We have 72 folding chairs that we lion of sales ia one month. Ho has are going to close out at 31 00 each if versary of his ministry. He will be There will probably be a night, enterglad to meet as many of his old tainment during the week, . sold from the' ifrdt' of January to trie taken in the next 15 days. We also friends there as may be, inclined to first of July 298acres'for a totofof have some bargains in' benches. Attention is called to the change in come $689,1184.67, besides considerable prop, T. G Rasner & Son. Mr. W. T. Price's Insurance advertise' erty at private sales. Swinebroad1 and ' v, ,. ment. He represents reliable compat for Saler M'r.'T. A. 'Furklri removed from his assistants, W.:"Mo33, E H. -- ' nies and be appreciates the business i Dever, and his son, George Cane Valley1 to this -- place .last Saturgood all- machinery in he receives. Any Information desired broad, are now for their day. ' He is occupying the residence, upon the insurance business, he will July'sales. Write to chem ,for a cat- near the Graded school , building, he Splendid condition. take pleasure, in giving same. Homer Tucker, Knifley, Ky. alogue. Swiuebroad is the only man recently purchased from'-'lMJ. W, 36 tf s iu the business who does enough Leightbn Smy'the,' son of Mr and Flders and,vMrsA Lola.Eovett. Mr. to justify the issue of these cata Furkin is a good .citizen and he has an Mrs. S D. Barbee, who is with her Mrs. R. L. Smythe, fell from a male logues and he "is thus enabled tb ren eicelletft famiily. They, are welcomed daughter, Mrs T. P. Martin, Dayton last Saturday, breaking his right arm "tiie public is tb'this 6ommonifcy. ' der 'the service which .Furki .ha3 Ohio, writes her-- husband that Mrs, between the wriat and elbow. Dr. w ,. 't'.r looking for. Watch this paper for his been in the mercantile busiuessrrfor a Martinis gaining strength and the artwright reduced the fracture and years; and a little ilatec he ihdicatlous pointed liexc Series of advertisements. humber'of to her ' recovery therlittle fellow u getting along very imay launch'astore'here.- nicely. '. Death of G. W. Sinclair, Prof. Sterrett, whose wifd'was Miss Mrs. Sam Dixon fell from a barn Theo Eowelh A O. . Yoqng,. J. W. Mabel Rhorer, will not Jeatf& Lebanon laft last Saturday afternoon,, and was Simpson, w. E. Holladay, J. V. Dud- for Franklin, as we reported hr a for- considerably n Who was and had many ley hurt. Dr. Flowers was are the Board of Directors of The mer Issue. The citizens of Tiebanon f riuds died at his home near McGaha. Adair County Farmers' .Union Supply were not willing to give hid?' op" 'as called and he found no bones broken, He left a wjfe and seven children Co. principal of the public schools and a and if she was not injured .internally He was born in 1879, died in ,1920, satisfactory agreement was reached. she will be .qut,in a few days June 30, making' him 41 years old. He .; Big Sales! ' ?' .' ., Means to SPECIAL NOTICE " The "Housewife. 'by TSt' TO FORD OWNERS, You can be comfortable r will-be-- For-instanc- Opirella - - . - i j : ' , o ma-Chin- e. Instil-tute"f- or ' . . - 3268,-885.2- . 36-2- C 1 i Swine-preparin- g 'A saw-mil- l, - s. r b'usi-nes- , . . -- . well-know- E. YOUNG, VJELER,".. ., Columbia, if- IS :& - .. Kentucky. i. C i jm T M ITiFt :ffaflUSH M . r DRINK to his bed for about nine weeks.. His remains cburch,tin Russell county and the funeral services were ouducted by Otis Wolford, many friends .were at the funeral. Durijdg. his sickness he talked about h)s future home. He. professed hope In Christ and liaa gone to live, with. Je'-- ! eus, where we hope his wife, .children and friends will Tmeet jtiim there to ltve with Jesus; here ,t;here will be ppsorrow. , : n .,., Written ,by his brother, . ' were.ipar-ried'toBethleham . In looking over the Book of R. C. .Mr- G..A Kimble.of Russell Springs. combined Ware gentle Eubank's blacksmlthaccounta for the has,spldIhisTvhotel property, and his for women or children to rid 2 or year 1870, every Customer has passed son, Jule, sold, his residence, Mr A. D. Dunbar, of Jabez, becoming the H.; G. Baker-andrive. Will sell at-.-- a Bargain if away except-Ju'dg2S.000, It Joshua Butler. Said boo contains '1 a. taken at once. Mr. Dunbar wilt, remove (great number of fatrriiiiar names Wone is said that I. Mrs. Daisy Harhlett. whos& memory readies that far back to. the Springs and open a hotel. - for Sale.- - A. good e d a"4iMirchas8r-'5-Gonslderat,o- n' & .. J if' c: V" L S f , i fcj fTt The tifink that LeaUesaPleasaht Memory". . H iH'i mu If J wmm'mB A i wrvHa Mr mm U M ( BIB ism m. Ihe Hare it in your home at all times , OERTEL Co Louisville, Kv.: L Bxiehanan Lyon Co. Distributor, Every body will attend the,rthautau' Hon. E.Ji3Hobdr state organizer "of they' Wlir bertheBntucky Farmers' s Union,, wili qua. Why.?,. Because ' Tne finesf of speak: at the courthouse handsomjjjx-entertainedat. Columbia on Saturday, July 10tht at-o'clock, music and the best, of lecturers: . p. m., with' a view to. organizing' a place. :.i , i(Miss Eleanor Hall, Kansas.City, Mo., Farmers Union Local ,' r. .,v & A. O., Young, Sec'.y.Trea Adair Councampaign manager for theWhite ty FarmarsUnlon. , . Myers Chautauqua,, arrived, last. for Sale. perfected an organ Brazjng,, ization and the work was. started.- By The Kemper Company: Eyery thing indicates, that the people' V ': We braze cast iron, malleable iron, Columbia homes and business of Columbia .and all visitors will be" ' t ' wrought iron and.. ysteel in any size, - handsomely, entertainedfor six af tet evenings, beginning next shape or form Adair county farms, priced right. noon and 38 2t T. G. Rasner & Son Friday. Choice Oil leases near production. . Prof anii 'Mrs. W. 'M.'Wilson's little girl, reported last, rweek, is named Sarah,, not Martha, as . we .sjated in last issue. She 'is named for Judge Hancock's wife. 1 ' 1 .at-thi- s, - ; . :. a The. Columbia, Cane, Valley and State Bank of Gradvville all have statements in The News trday. The prosperous institutions are "all. In-condition, as the figures show. . a" - ''.- . Lost, a Shrine pin. in Columbia, The finder1 w'ill'Triturrfttt Mrs. Miller, and receive a reward. -- O- - P. . -- .i Ti Campbells vi He, Kentucky. Your patrftae is solicited. Officer Jeffries Hotel Building. We navp for sale, at this office type writing, paper in boxes, also ribbo-as The institute ii now on and Co- Chautauqua. Buy your ticket for tfie lor the typewriter.- in iacc, ws khp in stock every articla ia' the'station-er'-y - lumbia is well rilled with, likely- - look. Ingyoung mtn-an- d attractive young - who are to teaohtha youth, of ladles- We have several buyers foe town property . If you want to sell sea us at once. 2 - Una. - thtoaunty. '. -- ' H Cravens & Neat,. RttfUfiiUCft DaaJers VX' ,