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Carnahan Oil Co.'s well Church Is now down some, thing over 700 feet, a favorable formation has been encountered, and drill ing will be continued to a sufficient depth to thoroughly test the location. starts every few weeks. Messrs. As soon as this well is completed the Myers & Barger will be ready to start rig will be moved to ttfe Hemy In- a saw in a short time. Some of this gram farm about one mile from town lumber should be put Into dwelligs on the Russell Springs road, where here in Columbia. rie next well will be drilled without delay. Public Speaking. Representatives of the Associated Private Geo. T. Davis, of Casey Co., have been Producers Association spending considerable time here late- candidate for Democratic nomination ly for the purpose of getting in close for Congress in the 8th Congressional touch with local development and se- District, will address the voters of curing all the possible information ob- Adair county at the following times tainable at first hand. They hav and places: given out very little information as to Grarfyville July 26, 10:30, how they are pleased and what their Milltown, July 26th. 1:30, intentions are, but I have every reaCane Valley, July 26, 7:30, son to believe they are taking more is gothan passing interest in what Breeding, July 27, 10:30, oil circles, and I preing on here in Fairplay, July 27, dict that they will spend a goodly sum Glensfork. July 27, 7:30, of money in this territory. Casey Creek, July 28, 10:30, n Mr. Elmo Pearce, the Pellyton, July 28, 1:30 ..operator of Blackweil, Ok'a., who was Absher, July 28, 7:30. here sometime since temporarily, adhere at once vises that ha is returning Ladies especially invited. to begin operations in this section, and he also expects to bring his family There will be some preaching in Colocate In Columbia while he is lumbia during the month of Septemand developing this territory. ber. A series of meetings, will start office equipment of the Palmer at the Methodist church the 5th of The Oil & Gas Company has arrived from the month and will continue until the Cleveland, and they are now nicely 10th. Immediately following this domiciled in the Page Building, on meeting the heretofore announced Campbellsville street, where they have meeting at the Baptist church will taken a lease, paying rentals a half begin and continue through the year in advance Mr. Geo. A Palm- month We predict that these er, the president of the Company, has gatherings will draw man been called to Cleveland on important hearers There are many subjects business matters for a few days, and who need reformation, who live In the while away he will endeavor to hurry boundaries of these churches, and forward the shipment of their drilling good results ought to follow the rig from West Virginia The Palmer meetings. people are the kind we are glad to see Fob Sale. a good box cook locating in our midst, for they are stove A bargain. hey ready and willing to do things, Dr: J. N. Murrell. thoroughly, and know the oil business and in addition ro this they are reliProf. Leo Wright, of Louisville, who able, and they express faith in this is a teacher of baud music, and who section proving to be a great field. is at the head of a Band School in Mr Frank Sweet, in charge of the Louisville, reached here Mth ten or Beacon Oil Syndicates drilling opera- more men who make up a band, Montions at Creelsboro, was in town the day afternoon They will give a numlatter part of the week for the pur- ber of concerts while in Columbia, and pose of getting certain supplies they will play upon the pub'ic square Thurshave been very much in need of, that day night and Saturday night Peohave been "sidetracked" here for sev ple living out of town and want to eral days past, and he talked very en- hear up music should be in couragingly of general prospects and Columbia on these nights. conditions in that section. The BeaSuits, Odd Pants, Shirts and Shoes con people have the drilling (Contracts for Big men. for, the McMead Oil Company, and Goff Bro3. Store they are doing all in their power to rush the development'work as mujh Arm Broken. Sweet while here possible. Mr. as Sam Taylor, sixteen years old son gave a very favoroble report of the McMead Company wells on the Camp- of Dr. S. A. Taylor, Joppa, met with a serious accident last Saturday bell Bros farm. While lu Lebanon the latter part of morning week. He was plowing with the week, during a conversation with a double shovel when the plo n struck a ledge of rock. The plow jumped Mr. C. S. Harris, a former Afcitizen of Columbia, now located at and the jar broke his right arm West Point, Miss., he informed me ter the accident young Taylor continthat they are on the verge of au oil ued to plow- and did cot know his boomin his local(ty,and that deep test arm was brokeu until he reached the drilling is about to be started within end of the row. four or five mites of West Point. Town Taxes. Goggin, Dr J. W . Pay your town taxes to A. D. and general manager of the Beacon He is at Hutchison & Pdtte-son'Oil Syndicate, Chicago, accompanied ChiStore. and by parties from Louisville Sunday night and left cago, was here Fire alarm was sent out from Parearly Monday for the Creelsboro field. son's blacksmith shop last Thursday The Beacon people own a good block morning. In two minutes after the of the stock of the McMead Oil Com- alarm was sounded fift or sixty men pany and they are vitally interested reached the scene, ready for action. la the development or the Company's The fire was soon extinguished and tickings Dr Goggin i a "live wiie" no damage done in the oil business and he believes in LOST. doings things. at Zioa three teams for the past two months hauling logs to the mills. N. M. Tutt has done a lot of sawing at his mill, in the Flat Woods, and other mills are busy in the county. Trees that were not merchantable twenty years ago lumber. are now sawed into first-clas-s people may think that timber Some Is getting scarce in Adair, but mill men do not think so, as a new mill I.-3- well-know- us about it First co'i will tw first served, of course, and ws fel confident that there wnl bf ;er little deA noted character of this town and De county gave up the realities of this lay in your receiving .our car not delay, come in aril calk the matlife last Saturday morning and passed beyond the veil ''Aunt Sally" Walk ter over with us i Buchanan L on Co. er, as she was familiarly called. 40 2t She was born and reared near this county, and for the past Dr. J. N. Page sold his residence ou forty-fiv- e years, with the exception of Grebnsburg street, last Wednesday, a few months, she resided in Columto Mr. Sam Wusou, of Greensburg, bia. for $3,300. This sale was made through Her first husband. Geo.M. Caldwell, Cravens & Neat, real estate agents died many years ago, and some years Mr. Wilson will remove to Columbia, after his death she was married to Mr. and will engage in the mining busiW. L Walker, who was a ness with Mers& Barger. He is an citizen of the county. He died about experienced miller, and is said to be sixteen years or more ago. a good one. Mr Wilson is a oou inWe have not the date of the deceaslaw of Mr. U O. Stephens, and is a ed birth, but the county records show fine citizen, the kind Columbia is althat she was married to her firsC hus- ways ready to welcome. band in 1846. Placing her at 18 when Thirty Days Sale. she married she was 92 years old when death came. She was a devout member of the Begiuniug Aug 1st 20. Sums of Christian Church and was a very lib- five dollars ana over, cash, 10 per cent eral giving on all the ordinances of discount. the organization She also helped Cundiif & Butler. young men who were preparing for the ministry, and was a constant President R. D. McCollum of the to the needs of the local church Regal Oil & Development Co. of Lexbuilding, and she will be greatly miss- ington, has been at Russell Sprtngs, ed hy the entire congregation, and for a fe v days lo xhe Interest, of his the people of Columbia generally. company who have lare holdings in The end came at the Jeffries' Hotel Russeli, Uasey, Oliutou and Cumberwhere she had boarded for a number land counties White here he visited of years, and where her friends ten- the wells recently drilled by The Mc. derly administered to her every want. Meade Oil Company on the Campbell She was perfectly resigned to the in- Fafm atT Creelsboro. evitable, and told her friends that she for tale. did not want to live longer, The funeral was preached at the By The Kemper .Company: Christian Church Sunday afternoon by her pastor, Eld Z T. Williams, Columbia homes and business propwho paid high tribute to her life and erly. character The interment was in the Adair county farms priced right, city cemetery. The floral offerings Choice Oil leases near production. were many and beautiful. Your patronage is solicited. There is no doubt but she was ready Office; Jeffries Hotel Building, for her Master's call and that she is now reaping the joys that has ,gpme Mr. Alvln Loy, who visited at to her for her well spent earthly life. Georgetown, Iud., last week, reports She leaves one nephew, A. J. "BottB, who lives at Rogers, Ark , and a few that he found th Adair county colony, in that locality, doing well and other relatives here and elsewhere. perfectly satisfied. He said R. E. Tandy and Asa Loy had fine wheat Wanted. crops and that corn looked prosperous. A white girl to work in a family He met D. M. Moore and found him Will pay good wages Write or call in the real estate ousiness and was Mrs. H. W. Depp, Columbia, Ky. keeping-hiend up all right. "I Would Nol Llve'Alway.' Mill-tow- n, well-know- n do-nat- or Now Is Tile Time. Summer is a good time to look around town and see what we need in can be the way of improvements-wh- at done to better the condition of the town and Its people We don't need a committee of three or four for this purpose. It should be a committee of the whole, with everybody on it. and each member should start with his own property. Are you ready? organ for sale. Good second-han- d Mrs. Geo E. Wilson. See There is an abundance of all kinds of vegetables in Columbia. The gar. decs throughout the town are more productive than many, years in the past Irish potatoes good, and there are beans to spare by the bushel. The plum crop has been very satisfactory and thet blackberry crop is large and apples and peaches a. are plentiful. are-unusua- lly to-pa- te well-know- n -- vice-preside- nt Pat-tesoQ- s I 40-2- Olho B. Estes,- of Metcalfe county, has bought Mr C. H Yates' farm, at Gradyville, containing about 80 acres, for 81,500 Posse'ssion will 'be gien this fall. This is a valuable farm and sold worth the money. We are in formed that Mr. Yates and his daughter, Mrs. Ella Robertson, will likely go to Boone county to live. - Ford Cars. Bible inMiiute at Baptist Church. tend in order that they may batter understand the New School Law. people of Columbia are invited The following program will be The to come and get the benefit of the 1. Devotional exercises Mr. J. W. feast of fat things than the program of the Bible Institute offers The Jones. 2. Welcome personnel of teachers and speakers Address Mr. J. E. alone is sufficient to guarantee that Bennett. 3. Response. J. R. Hayes. it will be worth while to attend. 4. Course of Study The subjects tnat will be discussed (a) Why have tie course Of are vital to all of God's people The speakers are men who have bad Study Cora Kelsay, F E. Webb. (b) What is the course of great success as pastors and leaders, and hence their addresses will be study Ella Antle, Azro Hadlev. (c) How can the course of worth a great aeal to ail who attend. Among them will be Kev L C. study be applied Margie Antle, J. B. K.eh, wno wrought such a wonderful Morgan. 5 The New School work at Campuellsvilie aud all over Noah Loy. tnis s ccion He is now located at 6 Compulsory Attendance Law Piueviiie, where he is accomplishing great things. Dr. J. E. Martin, pas- Frank Winfrey, Truant Officer. 7. Domestic Science Mrs. Nell tor at Jeinco, Teun , who has built up such a wonderful Church at that Petty, Bertha Young puce during the past few years is alNOON. 8. Physical Training and Playso scheduled to speak He is one of grounds Malcus Johnson, the greatest organizers and one of Albert the tnist efficient pastors From the Bryant. citj of Louisville cuuae two, Rev. C. 9. Agriculture Lettie Dunbar, E Stevens and Mr. Geo. E. Hays. Lander Bryant, Steha Richards, BayThe former is p?stor of tiie Clifton ard Antle, J. R. Hayes. Baptist (Jtiurcti where he is leading 10. How do you teach Reading his piop.e in a greac way. The latter May Pierce. is a ousiness man aud president of a 11. How do ou teach arithmetic big House tie is the teacher of the Stella Keltner. one of the largest Bible classes for 12. How can the School aid in Re men in the State. Besides his many ducing the High coat of Living Mrs. activities as a worker he is also one Page, Katherine Willis. of the greatest givers that Kentucky J R. Hayes, Chairman. Azro Hadley, Secretary. has ou the 75 .million Campaign. Of quite a different type vet filling Robert Arnold, who lives in the a useful place in the Lord's Vineyard property purchased of H. C. Feece, is Kev. Lewis Lyttle. He is a moun lost his oarn aud a lot of hay Mocda'-mornintaiueer preacher and has a stirring by fire The alarm was message about his work up in the sounded about o'clock. The buildMountains, where the moon shines ing was too far gone when help reach 'day aud night' aud where "Hip pock ed the scene Origin unknown. ets are die thickest, pistol hands the slickest and the cylinder turns the A mechanic said to us the other quickest " The aim of the Institute day, "I can not see any difference in is to give people a Vision of their the cost of living now than before task as Christians, and to get them to the war Before the war labor was give Christ a larger place in their cheap and also goods. Now everylives. thing you "buy is high, and so is There will be three services a day so wages " "All ;a samee like melican 5, and man." mark your calendar, jAug. set that time aside to come and take There will be a special examination it all in. The country readers who see this of teachers in Adair county on the are asked to consider it as a special first Friday and Saturday in August, invitation to themselves. The print 6th and 7th. This examination will ed programs will be out in a few days. take place throughout the State on account of the shortage of teachers. Leslie J. B. Smith, Pastor. The attention of the farmers is called to the "ad" of Barger Bros Icecream supper at Rocky Hil A Parly. school house cext Friday night. It Public Sale. is for the Kentucky Orphans Home Miss Cora Salmon gave a lawn Party All are invited. On Saturday, August 14th, begin- at. tier home Saturday eveuing, in Eld. Z. T. William delivered a very ning at 10 a. m , I will offer for sale, honor of Her cousins viisses Pnoebe at my residence, all my household and Helen Wilmore, of Bogard, Mo. comforting discouise at the Presbygoods About forty guests were present. The terian church last Sunday forenoon All parties owing me drug accounts evening was delightfully spent, and A large audience heard him. will pleaae settle at once, as I am at a late hour the guests departed, Mr. Frank Judd, wmle plowing, a preparing to leave the county. hoping to meet Phoebe and Helen few days ago, got two of his ribs t Dr J. N. Page. again in the near future, aud declarbroken by the plow jumping, the ing Miss Salmon to be an excellent handle striking him in the side He is Mr. Guy Nell has had his lot back of entertainer. recovering. his barn cleaned of all rubbiah and ob The attention of the munlcidal noxious growth, and at this time It Is Attention is called to the advertise cleaner than the public square. If board of this town is called to the school. mentof the Liudiey-VTilsothe spirit of cleanliness would strike filthy condition of the cemetery. The catalogs will for distriother owners of back lots, the sanitary Obnoxious gtowth covers the lot and bution the last of this week."" condition of Columbia would be per- it should be mowed. It is the duty of Mr. Geo. Colvin, State School Sufect. the town board to do this work, and besides the living should see that the perintendent, has announced that the t school per capita for this year will Mr. Otis Rose whojs a brother of graves of departed loved ones be Mr. John Rose, who is employed at clean Let the board, at its next $6 10, the sime as last year. the Bank of Columbia, met with a se- meeting, make an order for this work. The expenses of making the band rious accident one day last week. He music which will be rendered this We have just received a carload wire was riding a young horse that became week, have already bien paid by the scared and threw him. His right el- fence of 3,700 rods, 45c 75c per rod. business men of Columbia. bow was badly crushed. Davis HdW. Co. We learn from Dr. F. H. Winfrey, Nine days frm the date of this Truant officer, that the schools in for Sale. publication the Congressional prithe county have opened with flattermary will be pulled off. Let every Two separators, a Red River'and ing prospects. The children who are Democrat make up his mind to vote. Guy Scott They are all right. not sick re all in school this year. There will not be a Republican priE. A. McKinley, Ozark, Ky. Come in and hear the baod concerts mary, Hon. King Swope being the onthis week. ly aspirant, and he has been declared Association at GlensforK. the nominee. supper Dunbar's school-hous- e law-Su- pt. g, J 1C-1- s 40-2- n be-reaa- y are-kep- Pie at The Ford Motor Co., has given us brownish handle assurance that after 'Aug. 1st, our which is in the shape of the letter L., The logging business in Adair coun- the handle mounted with gold. The monthly allotment of Ford Cars will ty is not dead by any means. Elsie finder will be liberally rewarded if re- be substantially increased, therefore, Young keeps a'number of teams busy, turned to Mrs. W. W. Jones. it should place us in a much better po sition to make delivery on all orders. he has quite a hauling to his mill, and I wisn to sell my stock of goods or We urge all who .are contemplating number o! hands felling trees in the buvineFord Cars to give u their woods Guy Nell, who purchased a one half interest. Columbia, K7. order at0nce, or come in and ,ufk to J. F lot of timber land has been busy with A silk umbrella, The Lumber Business. A few days ago, juso as we were ?, leaving the court-housseveral far mers were sitting about the steps, and as we passed ote of them common school law and theaui tomobiles are going to bankrupt the county." 'The English sparrow that wa3 Blttl?s on;the cornice, just .above the man' flew iwy .. , . e, said-"Th- is The teachers association for the 3rd Friday night, August 6th. The proEducational Division will be held at ceeds are for the benefit of the childGlensfork, Aug. 6. Let each teacher ren's Orphan Home, Louisville. report promptly at 8:00 o'clock a. m., Prof. J. W. Jones with a corps of well prepared on the subject assigned of teachers opened the Jamestown him or her and with a determination school lastxMonday. to make this association the best ever held in the country. We urge the Lightning struck several tree3 en patrons of the entire, Division to at- - Bonier 'HelghU-Satordayaftemooa. 2 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i EVERYTHING IN 9 BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING i 9 9 9 Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. HOOFING Steel Fence Posts .lncortoraled I am now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. DEHLER BROS. CO. 116 I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you need any E..tn.tKcl Street' Between rirsl and Brock' Louisville, Ky. fpKXXi thing in this line, call at once. 9 9 9 m,,,,.jmi)Oeoppog AUTOMOBILE LINE Colombia and GampDellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 8 8 SHOES! SHOES!! 1 98 bought them TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care, right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I 9 can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. 8 8 8 8 8 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and I p. m. 8. PHONES: ) J Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. ! - t i t 6 cu BUCCIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Rid- Colun bia Barber Shop -- a LO"WE A Sanitary Shop, when, both SatisfactioDand Gratification are Guaranteed. fc LOY jj. ! Give us a Trial and be Convinced. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article apd price. UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a lull WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, A . I also keep Metallic took of coffins, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt lervice night or day. Office Phone, Columbia, Ky 1 KENTUCKY. ft 51 Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, 68. a . FARMER-LABO- R PARTY LAUNCHED 12,-T- ,& r m .i m ,t& & y $$2 w v "v v 9 w v. v . & k3? CHICAGO, July he Far- A. F. SCOTT -H-- i rooms with a crying baby, I will get no rest for she is behind mefl her broomstick and her hat pin, Adair County News; they do everything but comfort Columbia Ky., me. As we receive theYNews on prepareth a cold snack for Saturday and are always glad to She e for maketh a get it, it always seems like a let- me, then my an aid supper. She anointh ter from home. head with the rolling pin oc Tho fnnrfch was DaSSed off casionally. My arms runneth very nicely here with a lot of celover with bundles before she is ebrations. half done with her shopping. Mr. Amos Coomer of GainesSurely her dressmaker and ville Tex., landed here the millinery bills shall follow me all fourth inst. and said there was Texas, this time the days of my life and I shall a good crop-iforever in the house of my but it ia late He said that the dwell wife' amen. wheat crop is good. The Adair boys keep coming I sure enjoyod reading Mr. I. out and most of them like Aikn's letter in the News and hope he will give us another one but some will wonder back. one. Illinois is a very good state like that Will close by saying wishing if they would leave out the mosquitoes .believe me they shore the News and its many readers hurt when they get that two success. Yours Truly, inch bill through your clothes. Elbert Wooten. Here is the way a man recite Summit III. Psalm, when the twenty-third- -- called on inMi If ord 111. My wife is my boss, I shall Knifley. not deny. She restoreth my pocketbook after she has spent Born, to the wife of W. E. all its contents on hobble skirts and theatre tickets, and she Bryant the 3rd of July, a daughleadeth me up the main aisle of ter. church for her new hat's sake. grand and glorioua Oh the though I walk more than rain, which has just come in Yea half of the night through d time to save the crops and gar Summit Illinois. bee-linn dens. Green beans and new po tatoes are plentiful since the refreshing showers. Miss Rosa Gombest, of Gray-craf- t, spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Lillie Hardin and Bessie Absher, of this place. Miss Olive Leach visited her aunts, Misses Fannie and Mdttie Hancock a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Beams, of Russell Go., visited the latter's father, Mr. C. M. Bault, of this place a few days of last week. Plastering the new bank at this place is in progress now. Mrs. Bessie Absher spent last week at her brother-in-laMr. Steve Absher, of Craycraft. Born, to the wife of Owen Arnold, the 3rd of July a son. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wright, of Campbellsville, visited their daughter, Mrs. Nora Jackson, of near this place, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ingram and children, of Columbia, visited friends and relatives at this place a few days of last week. Mrs. Bessie Absher and sister, Mrs. Lillie Hardin visited friends and relatives, at Craycraf t, from Saturday till Monday. w, Democratic Stand Liked. The American Federat noiof mer Labor party, born of a fus3f- cm ion of numerous political groups, Labor, by Samuel Gompers and today DEALER IN has a platform and has its others authorized to speak for it new candidates in the field for GARFORD TRUCKS submits to the American people the coming election. Its work its analyses of the Republican was completed h 2, 3i. AND 5 TON at 4 o'clock this and Democratic platforms. Con morning, when its convention, For Low Co st per Ton, Milel cluding, it says in summarizing, after an y and night sessSEE It is but fair to say that the ion, chose Parley Parker A. F. SCOTT, Democratic platform marks a Salt Lake City attorney, measure of progress not found Casey Creek, Ky. and Max S. Hayes, Cleveland lain the platform of the Repub- bor leader, as its Presidential lican party in relation to labor and Vice Presidential nominee, proposals. respectively. life on a farm, Christensen, the "The planks written into the But the strength of the n ew eldest of five children, plugged the Democratic platform more government remains to be seen. away at an education until he nearly approximate the desired The first came today when rest declarations of human rights a group of dissatisfied delegates) graduated in law at Cornell than do the planks found in the, brmerly allied with the Com- University. He since has spent Republican platform. mittee of Forty-eigh- t, met and most of his time in Salt Lake "Labor in America is not parconsidered placing their own City. tisan to any political party. It is icket in the field under the Prior to 1012 Chaistensen was partisan to principles, the prin ight, banner. ranked as a "Dolliver,' Repubciples of justice and freedom. It Not all of the Forty-eigh- t del undertakes neither to dictate nor lican, but allied himself with the egates withdrew from the fusion control the choice of the workers Bull Moose in that year. The or the citizenship gennerally for convention last night, when which party or candidates they some iuu or more returned to death of that party set him should vote, but it would be a their own convention. Those a drift, 'and, he said, he "sidled palpable dereliction of duty did who remained were rewarded by i nto the stall and voted for Wilwe fail to place the facts before Seeing Christensen, the chairson in 1916." the voters of our country upon man of their convention, selectthe records of both parties and ed to lead the fusion party, their respective candidates for while the labor leaders contenpublic office. ted themselves with the selec l -Veterinary Sugn"and DeniistJ tion of their national cha irraan, Special attentiongenDiseases Swelling caused by insect bites can of a uomeauc Animals be reduced by using Ballards Snow Hayes, to second place. The new party's Presidential Office at Residence, l mile offtown, or Liniment. It counteracts the poison Jamestown road. and relieves the irritation. Three nominee is a native of the West Phone 114 G. $1,20 per bottle. sizes, 3oc, 60c and He was born at Weston, Idaho, I SoW by Paul Drug Ad- - forty-nin- e CoIumbla.'.Ky. yesrs ago. From early ' all-daChris-tense- n, . 1 Forty-e- i - L. H. Jones ADAIR COUNT NEWS outstanding right, but we SALIENT POINTS aye, we mean to sus- are unalterably Insistent that Its exormean to defend, saOF SENATOR HARDING'S tain the rights of this nation and our cist- must not destroy the equally necSPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE citizens alike, everywhere under the cred right of the individual, in his Any shining sun. Yet there Is the concord essary pursuit of livelihood. "I pledge fidelity to our counof amity and sympathy and fraternity American has the right to quit his emtry and to God, and accept the every resolution. There Is a genu- ployment, so has every American the In nomination of the Republican ine aspiration In every American right to seek employment The group party for the presidency of the must not endanger the Individual, and breast for a tranquil friendship with we must discourage groups preying United States." world. all the "Tho human element comes One may readily sense sxhe con- upon one another, and none shall be first, and I want the employers in I am sure allowed to forget that the government's science of our America. Industry to understand the aspiI understand the purpose of the dom- obligations are alike to all the people. rations, the convictions, the No Strike Against Government inant group of the senate. We were yearnings of millions of Amerinot seeking to defeat a world aspiraWe are so confident that much of the can wage earners." tion, we were resolved to safeguard present-da- y Insufficiency and Inefficien"The Constitution contemplates even cy of transportation are due to the America. We were resolved then, no no class and recognizes as we are today, and will be tomor- withering hand of government operagroup. It broadly Includes all row, to preserve this free and tion that we emphasize anew our oppothe people, with specific recogrepublic. nition for none." sition to government ownership, we In the call of the conscience of "We approve collective barpeace that closes the want to expedite the1 reparation and America is peace, gaining." gaping wound of world war, and si- make sure the mistake Is not repeated. "Gross expansion of currency, A state of inadequate transportalences the impassioned voices of Inand credits has depreciated the envy and distrust Heedternational tion facilities, mainly chargeable to dollar. We will attempt intelliing this call and knowing as I dp the the failure of governmental experigent and courageous deflation." disposition of the Congress, I promise ment Is losing millions to agriculture, "When competition natural, you formal and effective peatfd so it Is hindering Industry, It Is menacis fair impelling competition quickly as a Republican Congress can ing the American people with a fuel suppressed, whether by law, compass Its declaration for a Republican shortage little less than a peril. It empact or conspiracy, we halt the executive to sign. problem and phasizes the present-da- y march of progress, silence the It Is better to be the free and suggests that spirit of encouragement voice of aspiration and paralyze disinterested agent of International and assistance which commits all the will for achievement" Justice and advancing civilization, America to relieve such an emergency. "I promise you formal and efof conscience, than with the covenant Gross expansion of currency and fective peace so quickly as a Rebe shackled, by a written compact credit have depreciated the dollar Just publican Congress can pass its which surrenders our freedom of ac- as expansion and Inflation have disdeclaration for a Republican tion and gives to a military alliance credited the coins of the wo.rld. We executive to sign." the right to proclaim America's duty Inflated In haste, we must deflate In "I can hear the call of conto the world. No surrender of rights deliberation. We debased the dollar science an insistent voice for to a world .council or its military alIn reckless finance, we must restore In largely reduced armaments liance, no assumed mandatary howhonesty. throughout the world." summon the ever appealing, ever shall In all sincerity we promise the pre"Our vision Includes more than sons of this republic to war. Their vention of unreasonable profits, we a chief executive. We believe in supreme sacrifice shall only be asked challenge profiteering with all the mora cabinet of highest capacity, for America and its call of honor. al force and the legal powers of govequal to the responsibilities There is a sanctity In that right wa ernment and people, but It Is fair, aye. which our system contemplates, It is timely, to give reminder that law will not delegate. in whose councils the is not the sole corrective of our ecoLeaving America Independent. second official of the Republic, shall be asked to particiDisposed as we are, the. way is very nomic ills. Drive Against Extravagance. pate." simple. Let the failure attending assumption, obstinacy, Impracticability Let us call to all the people for and delay be recognized, and let us thrift and economy, for denial and sacfind the big, practical, unselfish way rifice If need be, for a nation-wid- e to do our part, neither covetous bebor and elevating conditions of womdrive against extravagance and luxcause of ambition nor hesitant through an's employment. ury, to a recommittal to simplicity of fear, but ready to serve ourselves, huI believe the federal government living, to that prudent and normal plan a senate adGod. With manity and should stamp out lynching and revising as the constitution contemplates, of life which Is the health of the remove that stain from the fair name of I vould hopefully approach the nations public. America. New conditions, which attend amazof Europe and of the earth, proposing I believe the federal government that understanding which makes us a ing growth and extraordinary Indus- should give Its effective aid In solving willing participant in the consecratrial development, call for a new and the problem of ample and becoming program. The Ameri- housing of Its citizenship. tion of nations to a new relationship, forward-lookinto commit the moral forces of the can farmer had a hundred and twenty I believe this government should world. America included, to peace and millions to feed in the home market, make its Liberty and Victory bonds international justice, still leaving Am- and heard the cry of the world for worth all that Its patriotic citizens food und answered It, though he faced erica free, independent and paid in purchasing them. an appalling task amid handicaps but offering friendship to all the world Taxes Must Be Reduced. It is folly to close our eyes to out- never encountered before. I believe the tax burdens Imposed Contemplating the defenselessness of standing facts. Humanity Is restive, the Individual farmer to meet the or- for the war emergency must be remuch of the world Is In revolution, agents of discord and destruction ganized buyers of his products and the vised to the needs of peace, and in the the have wrought their tragedy in pathetic distributors of the things the farmer Interest of equity In distribution of the Russia, have lighted their torches buys, I bold that farmers should not burden. among other peoples, and hope to see only be permitted but encouraged to I believe the negro citizens of AmerAmerica as a part of the great Red Join In association to reap ica should be guaranteed the enjoyconflagration. Ours Is the temple of the Just measure of reward merited by ment of all their rights, that they have liberty under the law, and It Is ours to their arduous toll. earned the full measure of citizenship Is an earnest pledge ot Its' deOur platform call the Sons of Opportunity to bestowed, that their sacrifices in blood fense. America must not only save renewed concern for this most essenherself, but ours must be the appeallnc tial and elemental Industry and In on the battlefields of the republic have both appreciation and Interest we entitled them to all of freedom and op- voice to sober the world. It must be understood that toil a!on pledge effective expression In law and ortunity, all of sympathy and aid makes for accomplishment and ad- practice. We will hall that .hat the American spirit of fairness vancement, and righteous possession is which again will make profitable ind justice demands. the reward of toil, and its Incentive. and desirable the ownership and op I believe there is an easy and open There Is no progress except In the eratlon of comparatively small farms path to righteous relationship with Intensively cultivated, and which will stimulus of competition. Texlco. It has seemed to me that our The chief trouble today Is that the facilitate the caring for the products world war wrought the destruction of of farm and orchard without the undeveloped, uncertain and infirm healthful competition, left our store- lamentable waste under present condi policy has made us a culpable party to houses empty, and there is a minimum tions. the governmental misfortunes in that America would look with anxiety on land. Our relations ought to be both production when our need Is. maximum. Maximums, not minimums, is the discouragement of farmlhg ac friendly and sympathetic; we would the call of America. It Isn't a new tlvity either through the government's like to acclaim a stable government story, because war never falls to leave neglect or Its paralysis by socialistic there, and offer a neighborly hand in depleted storehouses and always Im- practices. A Republican administrapairs the efficiency of production. War tion will be committed to renewed re pointing the way to greater progress. I believe in law enforcement If also establishes its higher standards gard for agriculture, and seek the I wish the participation of farmers in curing the elected I mean to be a constitutional for wages, and they abide. higher wage to abide, on one explicit ills Justly complained of, and aim to president, and It is Impossible to will place the American farm where it f ignore the constitution, unthinkable to condition that the wage-earngive full return for tne wage received. ought to be highly ranked in Amerlevade the law, when our every comran activities and fully sharing th Production, More Production. mittal is to orderly government. good fortunes of American I want, somehow, to appeal to the highest The four million defenders on land sons and daughters of the republic, life. .ind sea were worthy of the best tradiBecomingly associated with this to every producer, to join band and in subject ate the policies of irrigation tions of a people never war-lik- e In production, more production, brain peace and never pacifist In war. They and reclamation, so essential to agrihonest production, patriotic produccommanded our pride, they have our tion, because patriotic production is cultural expansion, and the continued development of the great and wondr gratitude, which must have genuine exno less a defense of our best clvilizn ful West. It Is our purpose to eon pression. It is not only a duty, it Is a tion than that of armed force. Profi ilnue and enlarge federal aid, not in privilege to see that the sacrifices a crime of commission, teerlng is sectional partiality, but for the good made shall be requltted, and that those is a crlmeof omission still suffering from casualties and disour most and best, else of all America. We must work I believe the budget system will efabilities shall be abundantly aided and destructive reaction will come. the The menacing tendency of the pres- fect a necessary, helpful reformation restored to the highest capabilities of govcitizenship and Its enjoyment ent day is not chargeable wholly to and reveal business methods to ernment business. Advocates Woman Suffrage. the unsettled and fevered conditions I believe federal departments should caused by the war. The manifest The womanhood of America, always business-lik- e and send weakness In popular government lies be made more glory, its Inspiration and the potent, grouped back to productive effort thousands Its In the temptation to appeal to who are either uplifting force in Its social and spircitizenship for political advantage. of federal employees, not essential at itual development Is about to be enIt would be the blindness of folly o duplicating work or franchised. In so far as congress can all. Ignore the activities In our own counIn the protective tariff go. the fact Is already accomplished. I believe try which are aimed to destroy orr we will be calling for By party edict, by ray recorded vote, economic system, and to 'commit i:s tc policy and know tragedy which has de- its saving Americanism again. by personal conviction I am committed the colossal I believe In a great merchant mameasure of Justice. It Is my stroyed all freedom and made RussiH republic the to this impotent. This movement is not to be rine. I vfould have this of the world. earnest hope, my sincere desire that leading maritime nation halted In throttled liberties. We must the. one needed state vote be quickly I believe in a navy ample to pronot abridge the freedom of speech, the recorded In the affirmation of the right us dependand able to assure freedom of press, or the freedom of tect It of equal suffrage and that the vote of able .defense. assembly, because there Is no I believe In a small army, but the everj- - citizen shall be cast and counted These liberties are us In repression. In the world, with a mindfulness sacred as the freedom of religious re- bestpreparedness which will avoid the in the approaching election. for And to the great number of noble lief, as Inviolable as the rights of Hf cost of our previous neg- women who have opposed In convicand the pursuit of happiness. We do unutterable tion this tremendous change In the hold to the right to crush sedition, to lect I believe In our eminence In trade ancient relation of the sexes as apstifle a menacing contempt for 'aw abroad, which the government should plied to government I venture to plead to stamp out a peril to the safety f In expanding, both In revealing that they will accept the full responthe republic or Its people, when emer- aid sibility of enlarged, citizenship and give security and Mie markets and speeding cargoes. gency calls, because I believe In establishing standards to the best In the republic their sufmajesty of the law are the first esImmigration, which are concerned frage and support sentials of liberty. He who threatens for Ours Is not only a fortunate people government by ' ',e with the future citizenship of the redestruction of the In Inmere people, but a very common-sensicor flaunts his contempt for lawful public, not with with vision high but their feet on the loyal citizen dustry. authority, ceases to be a I believe that every man whojdons earth, with belief In themselves and and forfeits his rights to the freedom the garb of American citizenship and faith In God. Whether enemies threatof the republic-N- o opporen from without or menaces arise party is indifferent to the welfare walks In the light of Amerlcau tunity, must become American In from within, there Is some Indefinable To us his good of 'the fortune Is of deepest concern, and we heart andsoul. holding fast to every voice saying, "Have confidenceI" In th I believe In republic! America will go on seek to make that good fortune perforward step in; unshackling child la- manent We do not oppose but collective bargaining, because f Continned from Page 3. that Is an .,..188.8.131.52.4.4,...4.4... .n No vJ sir-e- e, bob! ex- No premiums with Camels all quality! 'CAMELS nualitv olus Camels A Ince-pende- nt Kirtti s 3H srsf SW..J5 &&&&& pert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you ever drew into your mouth! And, the way to prove that statement is to compare Camels T with any cigarette in the worldl Camels have a mild mellowness that is as new to you as it is delightful pwT-by-pw- Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! They are always refreshing never tire your taste. thej J ITURKISH & DOMESTIC BLEND CIOARITTI Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odorl Your say-s- o about Camels will be: SM$, S but that's a great cigarette. tlaaaine-naper-ooren- Camels are aofcf ererjrtrhero in adentiScaOy abated packages of 30 cigarettes ; or tea package (200 d carton. Wa cigarettes) in a strongly recommend thia carton fortbe home or oBco eopply or when you travel. ( R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Sale- vice-preside- N. C 1 nwwswwr ! g self-relian- t. P liyioi. Sinclair and little daughter were nere last Sunday. Mr. J. 'G. Blackford who has been sick is able to be out again. N. T. Jones has bought the home place from his mother, Nancy E. Jonea. Mrs. Minerva G. Burton is visiting her son, Ed. in SpringJudge VV. S. morning. Mr?. Moxley was sick J"" U13 but is improving, we are glad to 1Rjs' Phoaa B. aBusInoss Phone say N The general health of this community is good. DENTIST Having some nhe showers, crops looking fine, but the rain has checked haying. Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. Mr. John Wolford made a business trip to Campbellsville last UP -- iUr. J. Murrell ii field III. boost the roads and Mr. J. R. Jones and Henry schools, for we long to see both Workman will leave n a few improved. days on a vine to Illinois. Protracted meeting started at The prospects are good for a Christie's Chapel, Sunday night. l COLUMBIA, KY I A Republican newspaper tells corn crop and tne nay crop is ex tra good. Mrs. Mary Pelly is visiting re latives in Iowa. N. T. Jones was in Columbia last week, on business Portland. Advertising at $15,000 a Page er - Fine rains and crops looking good. under-- production Health of community good at this time. Wheat all in stack ready for threshing. Would like to see a letter irom C. S. Harris in the News. Fred Davis made a busiuess trip here yesterday. Several from here were in Columbia during court week. Farmers are aoout up with work, now is a good time to begin working our roaas ready for winter travel. lasuy CreeK. Paper famine is forcing newspapers and periodicals all over ihe country to comome, reduce size, raise advertising subscription rates, or in many cases go out of business altogether. Nu merous Sunday papers now sell at 10 cents or more. The Ladies Home Journal aends us its new and jou advertising rate-cat- d may be interested to know what monthly charges d that for its advertising space. The rate is $12 a line or $168 an inch. A full page in colors cost $11;000 and if it is the back cover pages it runs up to $15,000 These rates for one insertion The Saturday Evening Post is $10,000 for Ust cover page. How many pagrs would you like at tKe3e The Pathfinder. rate.--? high-tone- ' us that "on the stump for Harding and Coolidge, Hiram Johnson will be worth hundreds of thousands of votes for the Republican ticket " Convince Hiram of that and he will not take the stump. In 1916 he took to the stump for the Republican ticket, but, while he made votes for himself, he made vote3 against Hughes. There 13 only one way for Harding to get the enthusiastic support of Mr. Johnson, and that is by construing the Chicago platform to mean a repudatiqn oall plans for any League of Nations. The Louisville Post. of man-pow- er al The school at Mt. Zion opened wounds, sores burns and scalds. It Is nese capital, The Chinese man-ag- e to keep at work in the midst last Monday Monday morning, a. 60c marvelous discovery. Price,-30cof revolutions rather better than w.th Miss Grace Wolford as and .31.20. Sold by Paul Drug Co Adv. do the Russians, and yet China's teacher, and a good attendance Mr. J. C. MacMillon who GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB development 13 sorely impeded by the revolts of these military makes his home in N. C. but at IS OUR WORK dictators. Louisville Post. present is tenanting in northern Georgia for Dr, C. D. Gregor, THE NEWS is $1.50 and See A. Harm for merical Motor Gas. , UP-TO-DATE representatives of the remedies that can ap- out the allied governments are apprehenproach Liquid Borozone in the rap. Chiit heals cuts, sive about the fate of the idity with which flesh-healin- g Some sort of revolution is always in progress in China, and so long as these disturbances do nit penetrate to the seaboard the outside world take3 little interest. But a rebellious chieftain has raised an army and penetrated to within fifty miles of Pekin. At last accounts he was being held, There is nothing Id the whole list, wage-earne- r. e' paid hia,sister, Mrs. .Nannie B, Moxley a visit last Friday eve, staying with her until Monday $2.00 per year. Send in It cleans the our subscription at once., iline. engine ot carbon and saves from 15 to 40 per cent, gaso 36-tl, Advertisement 'i '. 4?ma. 4- Adair Goaivty I'HE ADAIR COdrtrf NEWS Nevis - Published On Wedcesdajf. ftt Colunv6i&i Kentucky- rrwn 3 la Yrok i w j -- t 2 - "85 4Mt'3"fr STORE OF QUALITY Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No 4 J BiMURRBLL, MRS. DAISY HAMLETT Editor Mgr """ y W Democratic newniaptrderoted to the Intcreit tfce City of Colombia and tiia ptosis cf Adair md adjolnl&z cosstlca. Entered s iflBl ... St 4 . at the Columba' Post-offlc- e as second v M JaV as snail matter. mm.'1'? raw caaam ' M HbHbbbbbbKIY - w&A 'Tf -J- VA WED. JULY. 28. 1920. Subscription Price 1st andl2nd Postal Zone .SO per yer. All ZOnes beyond 2nd $2.00 perlyear , A Subscription due and Payable InTAdvance HW . . V , .daWVMm W fta Bat.-- IB wSsf J&& - "SIP'WmI. sHa? y tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. T ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS. Hk. f &Hki ' VHP &&OVJ V CsiKP are authorized to announce EAIJH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primaryl Election Saturday, August 7, 1920. We. ?vvf ..7&HHk. lit' -- j. ';aia& jflaWii ' CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE are authorized to announce FRANK L. RIPY, ofJAnderson County, a Democratic candidate for Congress, in the Eighth district, subject to the .action of the State primary Auguit 7, 1920. We MSlilllt&illUf. 1t "law. - ?Mk I Progress Range Stoves i-- 4 ,. J --p FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. We are authorized to announce Hon. Richard P. Ernst, of RKenton county, a Republican candldatelfor U. S. Senator. Primary first Saturday in Col. Frank L FOR CONGRESS Albm Murray Ripy. be ; in - 4 Columbia, Phone 12 .?i - - Ke nt ucKy Democratic Ticket FOR PRESIDENT JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDE- Next Dooi to The Adair County New Office. Saturday August 7th, will the primary, He can and his friends are urged to be at the polls. win in November. 4 FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, of New York. To The Democrats FOR UNJTED STATES SENATE J. C. W. BECKHAM. of Madison County And Voters of 8th Congressional District. ;40464Q066QM944 SisiSPigPiSM FARM Just before going to press the news comes, announcing the death of Gen. P. Wat Hardin, which occurred at .Richmond, Va., Monday. He will be buried at Frankfort. He was 79 years old and was a native of Columbia and his death brought; sorrow to his many admirers of Adair county. We, the undersigned soldiers and men who served in the United States Army7 with Col. Frank L, Ripy on the Mexican FENCING borders and in France, desire to stat&ihat Mrfkipy was our ' Col- onel. We consider him to.be an American of the highest type, a loyal citizen, a great soldier., a sober honorable gentleman, a kind officer Mother's boy in a kind and fatherly-lik- e one who treated-ever- y manner. He is our friend, and your frjend, a man of the common people, the kind that has and will always make America safe for Gov. Cox will be officially noti- Democracy. e:$ r, ., J tv fied of his nomination for the We, therefore, believe it to be ourl duty tib recommend Col. Presidency August 7. Mr. Bpose-ve- lt Ripy to the Democratic voters of Madison county and the Eighth will be notified on the 9th of Congresssonal District, and ask them $o vote for him for RepreAngus!;. The proceedings will sentative to Congress. We know him to be capable and - worthy of S " HELENA RANGE STOVES GLOBE TIRES and TUBES ., J. FKURFES PAINT f ,.V"f.?Oliver .Chilled Plows and Repairs General Line Hardware and Groceries - BARGER wm Bros. home. take place at their respective the offiice he seeks. Straw vvotes in the industrial centers of Ohio show an overwhelming majority. or Gov. Cox for the Presidency. The employees of an Akron rubber com? pany"Bhbw 350 votes for Cox.two for Harding. The canvass olthe Glass works of Marion, Ind., show 95 for Cox, 5 for Harding. In a Kenton, Ohio plant 198 votes were cast, 194 for Cox. In a Columbus printing plant there were 82 votes polled, all for Cox. Mr. Harding has made his speech of acceptance and Gov. Cox will make his next Saturday. By the middle of this month the campaignn will be on in earnest Gov. Cox will start in the East and Mr. Roosevelt in the West. Col. W. J. Bryan was nomina- , JW Columbia, Ky. B aWi ted by the National Prohibition Convention for President. He declined toacceptand states that he He resigns his position County Attorney of Anderson county when war was declared and at atirjQfe'when6ur?Kation waVitaiBr tress ana went to its rmmi wueu ue urn nut uave tu gu. ne ionow-e- d the Flag with us on. the Mexican boider, and- - from the United States to France, and stayed with us until the waris over, and and we are? with himunti) JhisleoEwn is over, and . .V -i victory is his. We believe if he is nominated as Q$rgandi&kWfir' Congress in the Eighth Congressional District that we. will gain an Democratic majority in November,anI Democracy will return y to her own. We, therefore, appeal to all the Demcrats who want victory in November to go to the polls and voter for Col. Frank L. Ripy, in Rfespj., Submitted. the Primary August 71920. JAMES H LEEDS JOHN SHAW PLT&S B. PARCS REYNOLDS DENNY . CHARLES R GEORGE EUGENE O'NEIL FRANK DEVORE , ED COBB ROBERT PIGG , EUGENE MOYNAHAN H. S. PAYNTER. LOWREN ABRAMS EMIN ELAM. D. W. KENNEDY J. W. ELDER R. J. MANSFIELD NELSON ELDER LUTHER POWELL - C. M. CANFIELD' ' CURTIS POWELL EARL C. McDOUGLE FLEM ALCORN THOMAS BAXTER STONE W, NORMAN , . old-fashioned EMJR5R5S5KiiaSKiBiRliKS5 MiijR A roocTraln fell in the eastern of Adair county last Thursdaj afternoon. It was Tery much needed. por-Uo- nt Cox will be Ohio's sixth, Judge Ralph Gilbert, .Shelby fl. citizen to oecome. President of county, Democratic candidate for, United States. Congress in the Eighth district, , the Virginia has furnished five came to Columbia last Tuesday afternoon and remained with- Preidents. - u '- friends two days. We asked him what he thought of hia prospects of the nomination andv he said that "he had not a doubt but he would win out. Col. Ripy is just as confident that he will be nominated, and George Davis, the thud candidate, is satisfied that he isirunning a winning race. It iB only nine days until the primary and when the polls close the voters will know which of the three gave out the best judgment. The States and The Presidency. . ' cv-- .. (PoliticalAdvertiiement) . Vr Warren . vill support Cox and Roosevelt. "G. Harding or James lums. New York has contributed'five Two Presidents- have sprungT Blackberries are very plentiful and they are beine delivered in from Massachussetts. at 15 aud 20 centa per gallon. Pennsylvania has furnished one President Somebody kicked the stilts-freunder Hi Costa Livin' in Three Presidents are credited Akron and the old boy fell with to Tennessee. a dull thud. Nobody seems willOne President, Grant, is ing to pick him uq either. Clothclaimed by the District of Col- es cost so much that the Service Pin Association of the Goodyear umbia, although a native of 111. tire and Rubber Company establnois. lished its own tailor shop. An No State west of Illinois has average of twenty four orders for suits are placed daily for ever enjoyed Presidential suits costing from $30 up, The experiment has been so successful in furnishing good clothes at Mr J. W. Moran will please accept ouj thanks fr a nice lot of delicious a reasonable price that it will - Avery handsome monument has been erected to the memory of the late R. F. Paull. " ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . . ; o r DAVIS HARDWARE Prices on Coffees ' Reduced 0 All COMPANY. m Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store Dealer In We believe we sell more Coffee than all the Retail houses in Columbia. There is a Reason Read This Ad and you will know why PILGRIM COFFEE 20c per pound Pilgrim is thoroughly cleaned, carefully stoned and sifted, has strong rich Rio, flavor. Don't compare Pil- grim with the coffee others offer in trying to meet our prices. "MONARCH" 32 cts per lb. Monarch is an extra fancy large bean Santos Coffee, thoroughly cleaned The most discriminating customers are delighted with its flavor. SYCAMORE PEABERRY, 32cts. Sycamore is a fancy santos Peaberry Coffee, very satisfactory Coffees to be FRESHLY ROASTED, as the to users of Peaberry Coffee. You can always depend on our from Roasters prevents any accumulations of stock. frequency of our shipments' kinds Hardware," Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness A and Farming Implements: carefully selected stock of Tinware, Wagon, Paints - Hardware at Reasonable prices. t 5 X . and Oils- Osfc A.3& Wamfr. gp? A-Fttm u tm II. - line, of Farm Fmnliments . W o v "?v RUSSELL & CO. io rv We Also Handle Auto Supplies is ! .. We invite you to'call and see us when in ,; the market for anything in our i ,V--linWf ... THE UNIVERSAL CAR ft r At the Jeffries t?Sfr Old-Stan- d The Ford One Ton Truck is one of the sure business utilities, and likewise just as big a necessity on the farm. Farming is surely a business proposition wherein success depends upon economical methods with up-to-date Phone 171 Columbia, Kentucky. m machinery. The 0 Ford I7ruck will prove a great economy on the farm. vel is "how The mar- - the farmer has got along without it all these year It is a servant that serves, always ready and always" economical. Price $649785, without body, f. o. Detroit. Man'S Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. Material and Ia bor costs have:advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are still going up. Have you increasgd your insurance to coyer the, increase in THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N COMPANY. INCORPORATED. Columbia, Ky. . Come In and See tne $7,000,000 3Vfe-inc- h Tire Campbellsville, Ky. ; is the fambus Firestone nch tIre fnolded 3 own plant, its own has its special machinery,.,speaal methods, special organizarThis values? tion. Alva Grider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JfAMESTOWN, KY. -, .- Mr. E,. A. Corbin. Mr. M. W. Jones is in Texas, arrived Jast Sunday night, a native of Adair, but this is his, 'first on a visit Mr. Harper was born and visit for thirty- - six years. reared below Gradyville, this county, Master J. Frank Walker, of Qkepne, He left herein 1900. Oklahoma, is visiting rera,tfveVfrereMesdamesBen O'Bear and Louie and out in the country. Alien, .Chattanooga Tenn., are visit- - . owners Auction. Thus Firestone serves car with quantity pro- in- protected if the ffre should occur today? Are you fully accomplished value tirt at the price. This .Jjennite a never before REED BROS. 'The Service Agency" Insurance in all lis Branches. Co,umbia; (Kentucky. y - your sfcare of these tiaving us equip .; 'vings t OrCEtRoom " 19, Pattersbn Building MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY. AND PUBUC DAYS., ro. -- V PERSONALS. Mr. W.J. Cundiff and Miss Allye Gar ing their mother, Mrs. Walter Elrod nett, Miss Katie Murrell, Mr. Herbert They have their children with them. Dohoney and Miss Frances Strange i Mrs. W. J. Flowers and children, motored to and from the High Bridge who visited at Hopkinsville, returned home Monday tilght. Dr.7F165vers"nW the first of the week . A " LoUisville. Mr. W. E. Bradshaw and wife. them in Miss Laura Frazer arrived Monday Louisville, were here the first of the night from Danville, and will remain week, enroute to Montpelier. 'i v'fslting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pickett several Weeks, Mrs. Zora Bowe and Tier son, Kin spent Sunday with relatives at Kemp Mr. Frank Hill and wife, of Lex- nard, Georgetown, arrived Tuesday of the night, and from ington are visiting Mr. Fred Hill and last here went to Bed Lick. wife. v week-spent,- Cumberland Grocery Co T?nfotic T. F. hh Special Sale ' "i I have Just received a good supply of barb Wjre, wire fencing, Double shov mother of B6d Mr. and Mrs. Oortez Collins, of Daland Sam Boyse, is reported danger- las, Texas, arrived last Wednesday afMr. and Mrs. E. E. Spiller, of Bra- ously ill. ternoon and stopped at the home of dy, Texas, arrived last Thursday Mr. G. M. Stevenson. From here they Dr. James Menzies mad e a prpfess night, to spend a fewdays with Mrs went to Bussell County for a visit, SpIUer'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ional visit to Greensburg the first of being natives of that county. this week. Todd. L Mrs. Nancy Boyce, CANE VALLEY, X,!, g KY. el plows, Orchard Auctioneer and Dealer! In Real harrows, Rastus plows. A new supply of stationery, Queensware and Men's shirts. F. Hancock, Louisville, is visiting relatives in Columbia. Miss Ola Wilson is visiting in LouisMrs. W. ville. Mr. W. B. Walkeand wife left for Saturday morning Campton.Ky., where they teach. They are residents of Glenville, this county. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor were in Louisville last week, purchasing goods of E ussell and Taylor. Mr. M. O. Jones, of Decatur, Texas, and Mr. J.T.Jones,Spurllngton,Taylor county, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Solon L. Bobinson,of Fikeville, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baldauf, of LouisTenn., who is a daughter of Dr. and ville, are visiting in Columbia. Mrs. W. F. Cartwrlghc, arrived last Mr Edward Hamlett leaves this week, to be with her mother, who morning for Camp Idlewild, Wood-for- d is recovering from a spell of sickness. county, where he will join a Mr. Alvin Loy left Thursday for camping party, made up of young Georgetown Ind., where he will spend people who live at Frankfort and at several days with his brother, Asa. other points in Central Kentucky. Mrs. W. F. Cartwright, who was Fred Chapman arrived from Louisquite sick for ten days, is reported ville Saturday night, considerably better. Mr. E.' W. Beed is on a business Mrs A. H. Ballard spent several " taip to Bussell county. days of last week at her old home, ' ', ' B. Harper and family, who liveCroCus:. Estate. Your Business, Mrs. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. Bobt. J. Lyon and Mr. W. .E. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. C Lyon Hutchinson. Glasgow, from Campbellsville to this place last Wednesday. Mrs. Hutchinson was Miss Ida Lyon before her marrirge, and was born and reared in Columbia, and in her young girlhood every body in this dace were counted as her friend. Her husband has been a succesful lawyer, 2' but a few yeai3 ago he gave up the practice and turned his attention to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Epperson- - reI turned from their bridal tour list Monday night. . - Mr. W. T. cFarland -- was Bowenaieveral days", of 'last week fishing in'the Cumberland. at S his farming'Industry. C J, White and wife, Louisville, were registered at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. M r. and Mrs. E. W. jBennett,y, called Wednesday and "ienewea Gad-berr- lr. 11 their subscrjption'.forayearr Ccntinntd to Paso 8,. - 'w It'as, -- tf rS rj. t ADAIR COUNTY NSW 3 i 1 1 i '3 I'M I ----l 6 5 If "" ill li "Hi 11' III iff jp ST rv SJ!h'J jr l 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 regulavsick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after rcourse 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 mag Mil L ; "BSi THEDFOKD'S BL X If AUGHT "'tfatifisaP1""""' Msaaaaa . 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. AH druggists. ' When the train came in back in l9iO years ago you might TEN seen one or two automobiles waiting outside the station, when the weather was pleasant. Today the square is crowded with them. And most of the cars you generally see cars. there are moderate-pric- e There is one tire, at least, Your soiled or ONE CENT A DOSE urn "MAKE IT DO" last saves you $50.00. PTC CARPETS AND RUGS t year's suit, SWISS Cleaned or Dyed, that makes no distinction between small cars and large cars so far as quality is concerned the U. S. Tire. Tire is just tike every other in quality the best its builders know how to build. Every U. S. SmoA Via SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated Parcel Post LOUISVILLE. KY. I "Select your tirea ao cording to the roada they have to travel: In sandy or hilly coun-trwherever the going vis apt to be heavy Tho ?U. S. Nobby. y, For ordinary country rxoaos The U. S. Chain vor Usco. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. For best results ererywhero'XJ.S. Royal Cords. Anybody who tells you that owners of moderate-pric- e cars are not interested in the quality of their tires has never met very many them. KmXDZD-KEM'Qm-UKD-PlH- of Whatever the size of your car, ths service you get out of U. S. Tires is the same. It isn't 'the car, but ths man who owns the cary that sets the standard to which U. S. tires are made. IV Oertels DOUBLE-DAR-R Have it in your home DRINK 9 The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory at all time The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. Incorporated "Makers of OertePs Light, or Dark or Double Dark," Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, g Co. Distributor, Kentucky. n We come m contact with the small car owner every day and we have found that he is just as much interested as the big car owner. We feel the same way about it That's why we represent U. S. Tires in this community. I o w 0UR NEW STORE 1 t g! United States Tires W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. VESTON HOLT, Jamestown Ky. i V v w V 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom' S3 prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never in your need for is der prevent Hert and his associRUGS, DRAPERIES WALL PAPER, ates from further using the pro? Mrs. M. H. Lewis, of . LINOLEUM and CARPETS out of tthich Hert has l )ENTIST Ind., who has been visO iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. made a fortune, Mr, Hert is the v Bros. & Wellendorff Am vrmanentiyj located in Thos. Pulliam, this place, for ooss of the Republican party in INCORPORATED (..olumbta. several weeks, returned home Kentucky. S3 last week, to join her husband, W (3ueef Dental Work Done. For More Than 40 Years on Market Street who is employed at the GovernHot weather is hard on teething o Cxawmir: and Inlay Work a Depot. ment babies. They suffer the combined mis- v One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Kyi 0 .Specialty. Messrs. Ernest and Forest ery of heat, pain and stomach disor- All Wock Guaranteed Mr. A. G. Baily who is one of Bennett and sister, Miss Gladys, er. McGee's Baby Elixir helps the OaJce: QQ'itdoor to post ofice. our oldest citizens is able to be entertained quite a Dumber of little sufferer through the trying period by correcting th s.omauti and lent in Akron as "Dummy Dill on the stage of action again. their young friends, recently. Although both deaf and dumb , bowels. Price, 35c aLd buc bo d l of Akron, en", l&a mert.ler of tha Gocd-yeMr. Will Darnell of Carters-bur- g Adv C. V. Dillenschneider Suic has been filed in federal Paul D UK Co Silent AthKtic Club and Roy. Ind. is visiting in this court at Indianapolis by the heirs Ohio is making a strong bid for builds tires or The Goodyear of Cuthert B. Lowry, of Lexinga place on the American Olympic Tire & Rubber Company. In preton, who was in a railroad acciteam to compete abroad with liminary Olympic ?orn to the wife of "Lys aquatic tryouta all coun A child can't get strong and robust dent about twelve years ago and HONIY BACK- - leading athletes from Sth Inst, ths at Buckeye Lake receutly, without aneitioa if Hunt's SIt "crosoting pattries. Dillenschneider is an aquawhile worms eat away its strength and whose interest in faili in the treatment of Bcsesaa. qualified for the r&Iette doing aicejy .and tbaby Tetter,Rloe5rorm,Itch,etc Doa't become dUcouraged because ot$ar tic expert and holds the Missouri eliminatiou tryouts vitalit A dose or two of White's ents was sold to A. T. Hert and treatments failed. Hunt's Safe an Chicago. radt so well. his associates for $70,000, for hat relieved hundred of Mk Valley fancy diving championVermifuge puts 'the little on Cream case. You can't lose oa mm He js regarded as one of the Monty Bmeh Gamrantt; Tff best 15,000 in havihg successfully defend-r- f since the Bcg. O. 'V. fOceatham, of on it at our rUk TODAY. MnW, ship, its feet again. Price, 35c. Sold by For sale locally by h'ia title for five consecutive fancy divers in America. Buch-- , sale through the use of the patAmcadaville, hes been visiting; Adv ented processes discoved by. Mr. Sold by Paull Drug Company. in this iScearJs voA ffiektives years: He is known to 0 ther Si anan Lyons Co. HENRY W. DEPP, section for the past few days. Mrs. Mary E. Reese has been on the sick list for the past few weeks also Mrs. Mattie Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Leach attended the camp meeting near Tarter, last Sunday conducted by Revs. Dohner and Hojver. Mr. William Tucker who has bronchial trouble remains abuut the same. Fairplay. Jeffer-ponvill- e, Lowry and for a restraining or- es A I Hubbuch . ar T3rc-ei.s.- on e. Dill-enschnei- der cash-earne- d -- -- - UrA r -- sr 1 DAIR COUMTY NEWS So on July 15th at about 4:50 P. M. we boarded the "train at HARDIKO SPEEGI Ride on Goodyear Tires in That Sturdy Small Car of Yours & t West Point for Campbellsyille U arriving there on the noon train OF ACCEPTAKC next day, reaching home that A NEWKEYNOTE night, but was not met by tooting horns or chicken suppers either, but was welcomed. Republican Nominee at NotSica- A Reader. tion Ceremonies Discusses. Quarterly Meetings, Columbia trict, Fourth Round. Dis- Problems Confronting, Nation. "HOLD HERfTAGE AMERICAN NATIONALITY UNIMPAIRED-" It surprises certain users of small cars to find that they can obtain Goodyear Tires at a first cost ordinarily not greater, and sometimes less, than that of other tires. This initial value, as well as the very low final cost, results from the application of Goodyear experience and care to their manufacture in the world's largest tire factory devoted to 30x3-- , 30 x 3- - and Si x sizes. 4-in- ch Jamestown, Kowena,;July.3-4- . Renox, Terry's July 4, 3Jp. m.,-- 5 July Bear Creek, Goose Creek, July 6. Advocates Party Responsibility a DisPeytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, July tinguished From Dictatorial and Personal Rule In Rtjyrvy 8. to League of Nations, Sayt We 3o Albany, Albany, July Not Mean to Shun a Single of This Republic tc Wer-k- i Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13. Civilization Favors Protects TarRussell Springs, Cofley's Chapel, iff, Merchant Marine, a Small Army. 10-117-1- 8. Woman Suffrage and fC Such facts explain why more cars, using these sizes, were factory equipped last year with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. -- Cane Valley, Milltown, July 22, Picketts, Maple Hill, July 23. Marlon, O. (Special.) Warrta ft, Harding was officially notified fcese o Pierce, Sulphur Well, July Greonsburg, Earley's, 31 his nomination as the Republireo July for the presidency. BW ecrh Aug. 1. of acceptance is, in part, as f&iuvdre: Summersville, Hodges, Aug. 1, 3 p. Chairman Lodge, members oJ Notifi24-2- 6 eor-did- get. Nations Bud- ate If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, or Dort take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy real Goodyear value and economy; equip your car with Goodyear Tires and Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearest Service Station. BSSm cation Committee, members of TSalWiiurt Casey Creek, Old Providence, Aug. 5 Committee, ludles and gentlemen: '5nr message which you hare fermniij on Gradyville, Prices, Aug. 8 veyed brings to me a realization uC Burkesville, Marrow Bone, Aug. 14- - responsibility which is not us,43TreM-mat- ed. 15. It Is a supreme task 1 l3rtr 7-6. m.,-- 2 28-2- 'IS SAsmiasEiazsKSBBSKBBBiaeMaaBBBHaaaaESBKSBaBBSiiiHukii fr 30x3 Fabric, All-Weath- er Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread . . Goodyear Single-CurTread e TJcn Lj j. 30x34 Fabric, Anti-Ski- d Jx. H 5Q Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings when such sure protection is available? 4. en 30x3Visirem waterproof bag 'JjJIi:i3 Tompkinsville, Wesleys, Aug. 15, 3 pret the covenant of a great party, the activities of which zat .c p. m.,-1woven Into the history of thla xspub-li- e, and a very sacred an& solemn Fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. 18 undertaking to utter the faltH- an9 asTemple Hill, New Salem, Aug. 2 pirations of the many million. tvo Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. adhere to that party. The port; m has charted the way, yjt, 9 we hove come to expeo-- ihni- intMonticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p. erpretation which voices at to., Central Union, Aug. 30. nominees who must assumeWest Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 tasks. Let me he understood clenrfa frnto ct , Millers, Sept. the very beginning. I believe in mwjy Eponsorshlp in government 3 UMub Elkhorn, Wesley's Sept. 5 8 p. m.-Sept. 3 Mannsville, Merrimac, 12 3 p. m. 13 Sparksville, Hogards, Sept. 8. Columbia, Tabor, Sept. 9 T. J Wade, P. E. 21-2i.i-forte-ho- w, J - ths-Aalv- h - ?7uc le 4-- 5. 6 le, le, 12-1- 18-1- V"-c- o;t Program. ) 4 MliHilMMr The Teachers Association of Division No. 2, will be held at Breeding, July 30. Devotional Exercise R. T. Hadley. Welcome Address B e r t h a Lloyd. Response Myrtle Huddleston. Singing O. G. Rowe. School Discipline Ira Flatt. Busy work and stories Delia Sexton. The needed Education R. T. Hadley. The need for Physical Education Harlan Keltner. Corporal Punishment Mrs. O. SKMRRENjS dkHAI NGjlpS RDI in part' government as distinguished from personal government, lndivi ihud. dictator.:tl, autocratic or what noti No man is big enough to run. tilfo i . r Brother Harris and one of his a living down there pretty easy. sons soon took us for a trip out But he don't have to depend on in the country and believe me grass and hay alone, one can there sure was some fine land raise most any thing that he may to look at, and still better the want to. While I was down there price was reasonable, in fact more I saw a lot of very fine land, and Do you uess at the quality or blindly than reasonable, when we con- better yet, taking the people as believe in the worth of the tires you buy for sider the productiveness and lay a whole I think them the best of the land, the mild, short people I ever met. Also went to your car? winters and long summers, and church- - twice and will say yet strange to say, it did not that there is plenty of nice seem warmer than it is here for churches, schools and good Or do you knowthat;you hae the best and they have a fine breeze most all roads. Taking them all into conthe time which makes a fellow sideration it is useless to say why it is the best? feel real fresh and then as fine that the people all seemed conwater as one coulg ask for, also tented and happy, some seemed meeting Mr. R.' K. Young who to be inthused insomuch that I took us out in his car, Mr. Har- heard language like this: "When Let us tell you just why Goodris with us too, making a run np General Pershing returned to sizes 30x year Clincher tires in to Aberdeen, and paying Mr. America after being victorious Murrell and family a short visit, over the German army that the 3, 30x3 1-- 2 or 31x4 are best going back to West Point, we people met him tooting horn3, went down as far as Macon, ac hallooing, throwing up hats and for you. ' companied by Mr. Young,. went waving handkerchiefs, but when AA H out to the farm owned by him he returned to Columbia that the and Mr. Gill. Mr. Gills son met people commemorated by going THE BUCHANAFRYON us at Macon with his car, so we right to killing chickens. Say exformed the acpuaintance of Mr. cuse me I was about to forget to COMPANY. Gill's kind and friendly family, tell you that we stopped some who lodged and cared for us with Mr. Young too, and parfook very entertainingly. This farm of his kind hospitalities, also in has 1128 acres in it, 212 head of vited a Mr. Traylor and Mr. cattle on it, and meadow enough Workman both from this county to almost make a fellow rich, and they all seemed to be doing but Mr.' Gill and boys with some-hel- well. I could go on and on writwas showing their grit by ing about the good features of in West Point July eighth, at going right after it. We learned the country and the kind people A Visit To The Southland. 3:30 P.M., and soon found our while there that the average but I started out to be brief and old friend and editor, Mr. C. S. meadow was cut four times and must hurry to a conclusion but Dear Ed: you a few Harris, who gave us a hearty yielded from three fourths of a Thought I'd drop you can guess what I think of and give a brief description .welcome, and carried us to his ton to two tons of fine hay per lines and where my next home, where we met his most .acre, also having a higher feed of my trip to Mississippi. spent, as those estimable family and was most ing value than timothy hay. I vacation will be Boarded the train at July seventh, arrived hapily entertained by them. can't see why a man can't make people welcome us Corncrackers. Faith or Facts? There never has sn was never Tranquility, stability, depCBfii-abilitall are assured in party sponsorship, and we mean to renew the assurances which were rended in tbtc cataclysmal war. Our first committal Is the restnra-tio- n of representative popular goxera-men- t, t:ixler the constitution, throngfcj the agency of the Republican purtyv. G. Rowe. Oar vision Includes moxe than n 5lefr How can we make Arithmetic executive, we believe in a cahlnet cK highest capacity, equal to the responsipractical Aivin Rosson. or system contembilities which plates, in whose councils the How may the teacher improve second official of the rcpofb-H- c, e the health condition. How to shnll be asked to participate. vision Includes a cordial beautify great republic one. Such domination to-tend- y vice-president- , 'Hie-sam- the school room and playground Myrtie Patterson. A Reading nntler-standi- ng ff Mary Smith. spelling Lucy How teach Montgomery. Demonstration work in seventh grade reading Bertha Lloyd. Physical Exercise demonstrated Sanford Hurt. Teaching Beginners to read-Je- nnie Shearer. How teach History Alta Morgan. Supt. . Compulsory Education. acttehi&s-witand a house of Congress, fresh- fccao-the people, voicing the coiwrtetLfeiBr. which members bring from dlrett the electorate, ant) ord3al along with the restores functions of the senate, fit to be H& greatest deliberative body o$ world. -ta-tact.w- ith lie International Relationship. Chairman LoJgev to make ourselves clear on the question of International relationship. We Republicans of the senate, conscious of our solemn oaths and hIim3-f- ul of our constitutional obllgat least when we saw the structure oi at It Is not difficult. p, the-countr-y Camp-bellsvill- e, ionary form, Joined In a becominj: warning of oar devotion to thi republic. If the torch of constitutionalism had not been dimmed, the dfiayeft peace of the world and the tragetly of disappointment and Europe's misunLoy. derstanding of America easily might have been avoided. The Republicans How teach Geography Nania of the senate halted the barter of independent American eminence and InRoach. fluence, which It was proposed to exHow make the school a socia change for an obscure- and uaetrnal place In the merges! government of ih& world. Our party means to holel ti) center Evin Roberts. heritage of American nationality uttr How make agriculture inter- Impaired and nnsnrrendered The world will not misconstrne-- . do- not mean to- held aloof. We do esting George Jesse. mean to shun a slngh; respoBslDWfJr of this republic to w?ld R. T. Hadley, Pres. There Is no bate- la the- America heart. We have flc eery, bo sospldrta Sanford Hurt, Vice Pres. no aTerslon' for aay people in t&e-Bertha Lloyd, Secy. worlrt. We hoM to our rights,. - world super-governme- nt talcing vis- - - Coatiffied t9 P&e. Tr, r 8 AD MR COUNTY NEWS. VOTE FOR Congress is the Key to Dry Enforcement . A wet Congress can effectively cripple and practically annul theenforcement of the National Prohibition Amendment by cutting down the appropriation to meet the necessary expenses of law enforcement, or it can amend the Volstead Act to permit the sale of light wines and beer. Federel Commissioner of Prohibition Kramer says: are-t- o "We might a3 Soft drink es- well give up the whole thing and let it go by the. board if we permit the sales' of wine3 and beer. tablishments are troublesome enough today, but change them to -- wine and beer saloons and no power on earth could enforce the law or limit the amount of alcohol in the drinks sold. If there ever was a time in the History of Temperance reform in America when your vote and influence count one hundred per cent. That time is now. ;. - X. X- - ' t--- i r A Vote for Gilbert is a Vote for a Dry Congress 15 Gilbert is a lawyer of marked ability and has owned and operated a farm for stand for the Dry Cause and the principles of Democracy. the closest scrutiny. years. He is fearle33 in his His record in public as well a3 private life will bear He does not conceal his views or hide his opinions and you know where HE STANDS on Since Governor Cox- has stated - H Ralph Gilbert FOR 3 every public Question. that the lipuor question is not a Presidential issue, but must be settled in the Congreasioual elections. Gilbert is more than ever the strongest man for the Democrats to Go to the polls on August 7th nominate and put against King Swope, the Republican candidate, In November. ann cast you vote for Gilbert and you will vote for your next Congressman. CONGRESS f In the Democratic Primary Augusl 7, 1920 f!e Wi!! Uedeem : ewe You SESSSUivJ IN i f Remember that t ag. the Primary will be the District in November and t Saturday August 7th. to-da- Honestly and Faithfully. children after a very delightful visit Personals Continued. to home people and friends of Columfor Quanah, Texas, bia, left I Mrs Bennett's first visit to the office, where they reside. Mr. Paul- Hughes . f weeK Mr R C. Borders, Campbe'l3ville and wife, of New York, left lasa samerplace, were for Majsville, Ky., where they will and Mr. Omer Goode, visit a few days before returning to horAMfftw'davsaeo, taking orders. .Carnes, their home, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Carnes' M.r. Oliver Marcum, of Stanberry, of Rowena, visited Mrs. Jacuman, last Mo , visited iu Columbia last' week. mother, Mrs Lsura He is a brother of the late M. H week Mr. J. Press Miller went to Cincin- Marcum. Me3srsu. G. Hamilton and JJ. H, atti and returned wiCh his wife ..who, sister, Mrs. Paul Hamil Haze were here last Friday, repre- viBited her Continued from Page 5 y -- XKXXa9KXKKXXXKXKXXXX ? . -- S HAIL x hi Field 3k V One 4Z r FIRE -- . 1 & Start to Day To . i V : . in parn r Saving Money $2.50 Saved on every $10.00 purchase i Insurance Policy Protects every Minute . 1 at Goff Insured ONCY by Henry Clay Agents ; ! V Up Bros. Store. IN SEE m '. W. T, PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. Uf A .. All Kinds of Insurance fe senting Woodson Lewis who handles 'been tnQ Chevrolet machine, Mrs. M. D. Bake,. who has quite sick, is some better. two 30n3) j0 and Mrs Jq jggi' Murrell, who is spend- - Duncaa and daughter, Jean, of Leb Judge T. A. ing the summer with his family here, an0Q( gpent last week with relatives was called to his office, in Louisville, her6i stoppjng at the home of Dr. C. m. Russel. last week. Faulkner, oCampbeils- Mr.Tye Mr Artnur Todd aad wife) of 0in. was oveclastfThursday night. vllle, cinQati, are vsitlng relatIve3 in the Mr. CM. Bledsoe, Tucson, Arizona, jcounty Mr T(jdd i3 a aon of Mr3. was here a lew days ago. Scott Todd. New Albany, Ind., Mr. C B. Dunn, made a business trip to Columbia last Thursday. tou. for several weeks. !,,,,. . NOTICE TO MERCHANTS, .We are overstocked on Hosiery, and other notions. Get our Wholesale prices. Goff Bros. Store, Columbia, Ky. LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, j Paid List - 4b MflIUIIIIILJ Wilh a Tone'as fiich as Gold -- 'lf AI.,l3r FHEIU I' MA AI'MiaML.W77 CamprJellsville, Mr. W. J. Tucker, was over a few days ago. 1 . Tfee44PRliVl A DONNA7 Z ''PnCo the. superiority of our workman Sfr i plays records. ?No extra attach- merits are necessarv; Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabV irfst .and compare it with other ma- iriines celling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative -- SX J:UP aUU culi&Ll uwliuii- - .; . - 3L. JEL Columbia, IfTOTJJSrai JEWELER" . .& r? . - - ixgi - - - Kentucky. The following are new paid and renewals since our issue of last Williams, Burkesville, Tuesday Mr. T. Earl place P. J. Hughes, H. 0 Shirley, E W made a business trip to this Bennett, T. F. Reece, Byron Montlast week. bar, gomery, Hattie Williams, J. H. Mr. Wm. Hobson, Jamestown ' . Squires, Bill Montgomery, GleiK C. was here last Thursday. Carmon, H. E. Fitzgerald, I. C Messrs, R. J- - and John G." A. At- Frankfort, were here a few days since. Breeding, Ada B. Snow, Mrs, C. Collins. Mrs RubyeTurney, who has been kinSt Edgar Powell. . ... uouaervawijr U1 Mil. f in the Louisville returned last For Sale. sic for several weeks, Saturday night. who' was all "machinery in Dr. Garlin Grlssom, A good home for two weeks with, splendid condition. , town malaria, is now able to be about Homer Tucker, Knlfley, Ky.' will teach 36 tf Miss Latltia Paul!, who School, Jamestown, in the Graded Monday morning. left for that point For Sale. A. R- - Bishop returned from Mrs. Truck, Bran New. OneFord Cincinnati last week. Alvin Lewis, Colunabia,'Ky. Mr. Tobe Hughes, wife, and there , " con-nned'to- Piano and! Voice. . Athletics under a trained athlets. Rates $18G.OO a year. Wholesome environment, Stud ent body of high moral character. " gS'tteSrare A teaspoonfull of Herbine will pro- Catagogue upon request. R- - V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. saw-mil- l, duce a cojeous 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 For Sale. mare gentle for women or children to ride or driv. Will sell at a Bargain Jf taken at once. A good combined -- ' Democratic candidates for Congress Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. are now moving over and speaking in the county of Adair. They are maki- ""We have a new lot of stoves and ng1 an effort to get their friends to ranges. Come in and see them. the polls. Davis HdwrCo.