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Minaay morning when Mr. Gaith-n- r Rrvant, aged SI years, crossed to the other side. fuly prepared to meet his God Ttie end came at his home near Gleuville. He had been long a member of the Baptist Church, and when in health, he often exalted. He was respected by every body for'' his correct living. When the war between the States broke out he enlisted in the Confederate army aud was in nearly all the hard fought battles in the. South. After the war he devoted his time to farming. He was a gallant soldier and when the roll call for battle was sounded he was always ready. We heard Gen. Jo Lewis say in this town, while he was Circuit Judge, O e of i NUMBER End or a Beautiful Life. The human family soon becomes reconciled when the death of an old person occurs in a home, as the lines on the face indicate that time is rapidly passing for that one, and that death is fastly approaching, hence they are nerved for the final dissolution. Not so when the young is called lor persons of tender ages are living in the body; they are constantly laying plans for the future, believing that with some other boys, were hauling corn, and getting too warm, they concluded to go to the jriver for a bath. The river had been up and the banks were slick. In walking along the edge of the bank, Herbert fell and slided into the water which was very deep. He could not swim, and in a few minutes he went down the third time. His friends were powerless to save him. The alarm was given and a drag for the bbdy commenced. In about one hour it was found. He was a popular young man and the whole country is in sympathy with To the Ministers of Columbia, tion looked good and a number of our citizens bought. , prrmed The information that was not forthcoming. srd Mr. S. E. Shively, one of the purchasers herv. concluded to go to Chicago, where was Jccaturi, and see into matters He did not tiud things to his liking, and a new organization was brought; about and Mr. Shively was elected temporary President Headquarters were then removed from Chicago to Manchester, Ky. On Thursday morning last Mr. Shively and Mr Bert Epperson, the latter also being a stockholder, left for Manchester for the purpose of looking further into the business. Mr. Shively is of the opinion that he will finally get the company in shape to do business, and that those here who invested their money vill not lose anything. He says that there is no doubt but the company has the coal lands. 1 1 If you are doing your they will get well. Their cheerfulthe parents. ness cheers the loved ones about them, and they, too, look upon the bright ELECTION NOTICE. side as long as there is life. So it was with Mrs. Ruth Stults, the beloved wife of Mr. C. T. Stults, State Primary Election, August 7, whose death occurred last Thursday 1920. afternoon at 2 o'clock. A gentle and lovely young matron less than 21 years old, answered the summons, Adair County Court: I hereby certify that the following and while intently watching her husis a true and correct list of all candiband and other loved ones about her bedside, her life ebbed away and her dates that have qualified for the State spirit went to God whom she loved Primary Election to be held on Saturday, August, August 7, 1920. and obeyed. S. C. Neat. She was a member of the Christian Clerk Adair County Court. Church, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R E Tandy, of Georgetown, Ind., DEMOCRATIC PARTY. her mother being with her go the end, her father arriving after death. The funeral services were conducted FOR CONGRESS. pasin the home, by her George T. Davis, of Liberty, Ky. tor, Eld. Z. T. Williams, Friday afRalph Gilbert, of Shelby ville, Ky. ternoon at three o'clock. The minisFrank L. Ripy, of Lawrenceburg, ter paid loving tribute to her memory, Ky. and admonished the sorrowing husW. H. Edwards, of Danville, Ky. band and all other relatives to be preA Serious .Accident. pared to meet her in the celestial city beyond the skies. The interment was in the city cemLast Monday morning Mr. J. C. etery, and when the family and other Strange, of the Republican office, was loved ones withdrew, her last earthly preparing stove wood when his ax resting place was covered with beauti- glanced, the blade ful and fragrant flowers. his left ankle, cutting a deep gash May the God of love comfort the which will lay him up for a week or husband, father, mother, brothers ten days. Dr. Russell took several and sisters, and all other relatives is stitches in closing the wound. The the wish of this writer. wound was very painful, and being in Whlie the immediate family more the ankle it will not mend as fast as keenly feel this loss, the father and Mr. Strange and his friends would mother-in-lasisters and brother-in-lalike. It is hoped that serious compliwho affectionately loved her, cations will not set up. weep with son and brother. There is nothing that thrills a man Ford Cars. like coming back to the old home. About fifty years ago John McAlary, The Ford Motor Co., has given us who lived in the Union neighborhood, assurance that after Aug. 1st, our bade adieu to his play mates and left monthly allotment of Ford Cars will for Texas. Books had been called when be substantially increased, therefore, he reached the school house. He stopit should place us in a much better po- ped and his former school mates came sition to make delivery on all orders. out to bid him God speed on his jourWe urge all who are contemplating ney to the west. He is back now on buying Ford Cars to give us their a visit and the boys and girls with order at once, or come in and talk to whom he played in the days of "Auld us about it First come will be first Lang Syne,"ire married and 'have served, of course, and we feel conf- families, and as he meets them how ident that there will be very little de- his heart fills with joy the recol- a large of the citizenship of this town, are judging you wrongfully. In about four weeks it is announced that a series of meetings will start at the Methodist church and when they close the Baptist people will open one which will continue through the month of September. Young people must get right before they will take interest in religious exercises. We are not one who believes that vice, any kind of frivolity, can be squenched by abuse. To put a stop to objectionable exercises, kindness must be used and a superabundance of it. Meet the parties you are interested in, tell them in loving words what the best people think of their conduct, then tell them what the course they are pursuing leads to, refer them to their sainted mothers if they have passed through the veil, and the interest they manifested in them while living; and if they expect- to meet them in the world beyond the skies, they must change their course. Some years ago there was a hop in progress in a residence, not in this town, and a pastor of some of the participants entered the ball room. The music ceased, and the minister said: "All will please kneel for prayer." When he closed there was not a dry eye in the room. Suffice it to say that was the last hop held in that home. - majority duty, girl is six years old and the boy four years old The birthday of the father daughter and son all come on the same day, the 10th of June. Mr. Fox lost his wife assort time ago. She was twenty-siyears old and her birthday came on the fourteenth of June, four days later. x A Party. that "Gaither Bryant was the bravest Wanted. A white girl to work in a family. Will paj good wages. Write or call Mrs. H. W. Depp, Columbia, Ky. Miss Louise Moss. The"above named supported by her sisters, all residents of Greensburg, entertained at the Paramount theater last Friday evening. They are man he ever saw." Continuing he said: "He was the only man in my command that I could not persuade to lie dowa in a close and hotly contested fight. When I gave orders to lie down, load and shoot, Gaither stood up and deliberately loaded his gun and fired during the battle." The writer asked Mr. Bryant why he did not obey orders." He said,'! was marksman and when I took sight on an object and fired, I knew that I would striking all children of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Moss, who are also musicians. Miss Louise is the star of the company and when it comes to reading and playing she is a wonder, surpasses actresses Improving. who are ten years her senior. All! pronounced the enterMr. Geo. J. Hurt, who had the mis- who attended one that no one fortune to get one of his hips broken tainment high class, could fail to enjoy. while returning from Russill Springs, is in the city hospital, Louisville. A OIL NEWS. letter from the institution states that' he is improving, but is not as yet able is to walk. As soon as he is able to The oil Interest in this section not on the wane, but the machinery travel he will be returned to the Solat different localities is out of comdier's Home, Dayton, Ohio. mission. As soon as repairs can be made the drilling will proceed. The date for the coming of Dr Themaohinery has been removed Frank Cheek, of Danville, and Dr. J. from the Flowers, wel J, near Zlon, to R. Crawford, of Paducah, and the Henry Ingram's farm, and drilling pastor of the first Presbyterian will start there in a few days. Church, Lebanon, will be Saturday Campbell Bros , of Creelsboro, were night 14th and Sunday the 15th of here a few days ago, accompanied by August. They will hold interesting a driller, Mr. Sweet. They stated services and every body is Invited to that the wells at Creelsboro were attend the meeting. They will come producing well, but they wanted to from Union Church to this place. see it in larger quantities, hence the wells at this place would be sunk Public Sale. deeper. hit the mark." The burial took place in the ceme tery on Mr. Austin Loy's farm, Monday morning, many relatives nnd friends being present. One milk cow, one bay mare and He fought a good fight and died an honorable death. Peace to his mem- one work mule for sale. Call L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky orysympathy for those who weep. On Saturday evening from eight till twelve at the lovely and hospitable country home of Mr and Mrs. B. E. Rowe, Mr. L. G. Williams, who has been installing Carbide lights for the Adair county people, entertained about eighty guests. The lawn was illuminated by beautiful light fixtures placed in the trees, which shed a clear, soft, enchanting glow on the happy company as friends mingled and in pleasant conversation and lively repartee. Frequent pauses were made in the social hum by the merrv crowd to listen to fine piano and victrola music. An esDeciallv pleasing feature of the music, were a number of selections rendered on the violin by Mis3 Louisa Rowe, in accompaniment with the piano. During the evening delightful refreshments of delicious cold drinks, fruits, ice cream and cake were served. This is the second time that Mr. Williams has thus royally entertained his many Adair county friends and all present report the second party a3 the best and hope that Mr. Williams may go on dispensing light and good cheer until a friendly Carbide light gleams out from every country home. in-dul- ga Friday and Saturd?y of this week will be clean up days. Have your remule Sale at Russell Springs on Saturfuse put in boxes or barrels and placday, Aug. 14 at which time he will sell ed where the wagon can get it. This twenty good yearling and two year old applies to residents out of town as males. well as In town, and all stores and shops. By order of the Town Board Missionary Program, Baptist Church and the Health Board. Dr. S. P. Miller, Health Officer. Friday Night. S. M. Burdette will hold his next 7:30. lay in your receiving your car. Do not delay, come in and talk the matter over with us. Buchanan Lyon Co. 40-- 2t Farm for Sale. acres, lying on the Columbia and Greensburg road. This is a splendid farm, all in grass except a few acres in cultivation this year. I will sell the boundary as a whole or I will cut It into several farms. AH the land well watered. It Is near two pikes. My address is W. C. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. My farm of 385 41-- 3t Rev. P. L. Wolf, evangelist, and his wife returned from Coffeyville, Kansas, last week and their post of flee for the present will be Garlin, Ky. For the next several weeks Rev. Wolf will be available for meetings in communities that are thinking of holding revivals. Drowned in the Cumberland. One day last week Herbert Wheat, U years old, a son of Mr, W. D. Wheat, who lives at Rowena, was drowned In Cumberland river. We learn from a Russell county gentleman that the deceased, in company Saturday, the 14th day of August, sell at my home, at Bliss, two good mules, 4 and 7 years old and harness. One good mare 9. years old, and one Jersey milk cow and three heifers. lections of his happy boyhood days Two wagons 22 and 3 inch. A surrey and harness, sow and five shoals. being vividly brought to mind. Farming tools of all character. A lot Mr. Curt Yarberry closed a conof hay. Sale will begin at 10 a. m. Public Sale. tract with Judd Bros., Cane Valley, t Vivian Coomer, Bliss, Ky. frame last week for a large On Saturday, August 14th, beginresidence which will be erected on Special Band Music. 10 a. m., I will offer for sale, ning at his farm, one and a half miles from at my residence, all my household town. The residence will front the Prof. Leo Wright and his boy band pike and will be completed before goods. All parties owing me drug accounts of Louisville, enlivened Columbia sev- cold weather. Rock for the foundawill please settle at once, as I am eral evenings of last week. The band tion is now being gotten out. is made up of fourteen boys ranging preparing to leave the county. In age from twelve to twenty, and It 6 Dr. J. N. Page. FOR SALE. One house consisting made delightful music, the communi- of eight rooms and lot containing Purity and healing power are the ty being well pleased with Its rendl about two acres on Columbia Avenue, Chief characteristics of Liquid Boro tions. Prof. Wright is a band teach Burkesvllle, Ky. zone. It mends torn, cut, burned or er, and as an instructor he has gained Ira T. Shannon. scalded flesh with wonderful prompt- considerable reputation over the ness. Price, 30c, 60c and 81.20. Sold State. He certainly did this commuThe Burley tobacco growers of the by Paul Drug Co. Adv. nity a favor 1n bring his band to CoState are having a" meeting in Lexlumbia. The meeting is for ington . Town Taxes. discussing the tobacco situation, and Wanted. the advisability of curtailing its pro Pay your town taxes to A. D. Pat-tesoduction and planting a larger acreage He Is at Hutchison & Patte-"son'- s A white woman to cook at Lindsey-Wilso- n in corn, wheac and other foodstuffs. Store. Training School. Good Sal- It Is beUeved that many countlesx In Cash Beard, of Mllltown, who was ary and board. the State are represented In the meetR. V. Bennett, Columbia, Ky. ing. . in um war, wenb over ana was in a number of fights, and was badly gas It is said that there Is more old sea, reacnea nome last week. He Is It May Turn Out All Right. at this corn in Adair county telling Interesting stories. time of the year than ever before Sis or eight months ago three or krlown. Also that the growing crop Be sure and attend the Monday sale four young men, representing a min- Is In a very prosperous condition. at Knlfley on the 20th of August. ing company In Eastern Kentucky, organ for sale. blew into Columbia and at once com- Good second-han- d Big bargains at the Monday sale, See Mrs. Geo, E. Wilson. menced selling stock. The proposl Knlfley, Ky.. on the 20th of Augusc 41-2two-story I will on Congregation, All The Power. Prayer. Choir Wake, Wake. Sunbeams. We Are Coming. Recitation Spirit of Mission. Mrs. Rosenfleld Mrs. Hamlett, Dark Are the Shadows, Chorus. Choir and Girls Auxiliary. Recitatian-- By Children of Heathen Lands. Chorus, Pity Them, after each recitation. for Sale. Heathen Children It is Lonely ' a Without a Savior, Chorus, Choir and Two separators, a Red River and Girls' Auxiliary. j Guy Scott. They are all right. Congregation Onward Christian Ky. E. A. McKinley, OzarK, Soldiers. Recitations, Contract Closed. . All Eastern Stars are urgently requested to meet in hall at 7:30 next Saturday evening in special communication. The Grand Matron of Ken tucky will be present to address us. Don't fall to attend. Miss Ella Todd, Matron. For Sale. By The Kemper Company: Columbia homes and business prop- erty. Adair county farms, priced right, Choice Oil leases near production. Your patronage is solicited. Office; Jeffries Hotel Building. Spirit of Missions. War, Wealth, Learning, Power. Mrs. Hamlett Not By Might or by The attention of Coffee drinkers is called to the advertisement of Russell & Co., in paper. They are selling the best quality for less money than other dealers. to-day- 's " Power. For Sale. V Recitation Love,Splrlt of Missions. Lot good corn Mission Band O Conquering Cross. bia, Ky. Call Sunbeams O Chain of Love. Choir and Girls' Auxiliary Lowly is King. A welcome extended to all. Wheat. at my barn in ColumFirst National Bank. G. The 41-- 3t W. Dillon. 40-2- to-day- u. 40-2- t. bushels of seed wheat for McGinnis, a native of Mr. L. E. sale. It Is known as the Sam Banks wheat. White, smooth head. Will Adair county and a splendid citizen, always yield. I made 10 bushel per was buried at Gresham, Green Co, Sunday. Aged 63 years. acre, while the average is 3 bushel. Phone 113 I. Grand Secretary Dave Jackson will A. B. Corbln, Columbia, Ky. be in Columbia Lodge next Thursday 41-night, and will confer the Master Mr. J. T. Collins, son of Mr. George Mason's degree. Members of sister Collins, Glensfork, was married a few lodges ara Invited. days ago to Miss Rey Smiley, of Republicans will not participate in county. The next Saturday's primary. Cumberland It will be News extends its best wishes. strictly Demooratic 50 2t I have Tha district educational meeting which was to have been held at Glen-vll- le next Saturday, has been postponed until the 20th of this month. Bak-e'rto- n, Out of the Ordinary. Thirty Days Sale. M Beginning Aug. 1st 20. Sums of; Mr. Abner Fox, who lives near Es- five dollars and'over, cash, 10 per cen to, Russell county, Is twenty-eigdiscount. years old and he Is the father of two Cundiff&Butler. hildcen, a son and a daugh'ter. The ht t - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN G BIG I am STOCK CLOTHING now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving new 9 9 Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 9 Also Ellwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts 9 DEHLER BROS. CO 9 Incornorated ROOFING Louisville, Ky. 3atf?M'ii-3$t3fc- r I can interest you in prices. If you need any 9 116 CaatfMatkel streci Between First and Brook thing in this line, call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I 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 8 9 8 9 98 8 98 S B AUTOMOBILE LINE Colombia and Gampbeiisviiie TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. fXBogfrYour Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. ro. ' Leaves Campbellsville - can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. 8 8 PHONE- S:- gga3 ! W. E. NOE. ' BUCCIES AND WACONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds Rid- - Colun 'bra Barber Shop LOTVE A Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction'.and Gratification are Guaranteed. 6z at a 7K LOY JJ LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. to Belton, where he continued his residence. A. F. SCOTT Col. J. Z. Miller was one of the most prominent citizens Bell county ever had. He was active DEALER IN Badj in all matt ers that was for the GARFORD TRUCKS good of the county and for many li. 2. 3 J, AND 5 TON. years an active fighter for pro- hebition. He was equally active For Low Co st per Ton, Mile! (I in church matters and was for SEE many years oue of the leaders of A. F. SCOTT, the Christian church of this city During the years from 1895 to Casey Creek, Ky. 1900 Colonel Miller was pres- "" S days ago, and will spend several ther Sparks, we are always glad yard, last week. We have ident of the Texas National Gradyvllle. found this work to be a great Bankers' Association and held weeks in this part of Adair coun- to see you. ty. Mr. and Mrs. Keltner left A good man and his estimable help to this community in a fi other prominent offices in bankneeding ram. We are Adair county quite a number of daughter, Mrs. Robertson, nancial standpoint as it put ing circles. Veteriaary Surgeon'and Dentist s of a He was the uncle of J. Z. Mil Special attentionglvenDiseasd Uncle Robert 0. Keltner has years ago for the Lone Star sold their beautiful home and money into the hands of a num been on the sick list for several State, and they certainly have farm near our town, a few days berof our people, who really ler, Jr., of Kansas City, who is Domestic Animals made good, but they have never ago to Mr. Otha Estes, of East needed it for their labor. governor of the Federal Reserve Office at Residence, l mile of town, on weeks. forgotten the dear people of old Fork section for forty five hun bank at that place. Jamestown road Mies Christine Nell returned Col. J. Z. Miller Dead. Adair. Phone 114 G. ' In addition to this nephew he dred dollars. Uncle Charlie and from Bowling Green last week Columbia ,:Ky is survived by a sister, Mrs. J. where she has been in school for Mr. M. F. Sparks, one of Red his daughter have not decided Belton, July 11 Col. J. Z. Several months. Lick's best farmers and business where they will locate. Owing to Miller, Sr., a prominent citizen J. BurrisaofLyonsburg, Ky.f a Forty years of constant use is the son, Will Miller, of this city, and old age of Uncle Charlie and Mrs. ZoraRowe and herso men, called in to see us on his the proof of the effectiveness of White's of Bell county for many years, several grandchildren. Mr. Mil- Cream of .his daughter, Vermifuge 'for eipelllngr Kinnard.of Georgetown passed return from Columbia, a few the bad health died at his home in this city this ler of Kansas City is expected to worms in children .or abults . Price,35c they decided to sell their home. day last week through here one weeks ago, and he was delighted No better people, as we all know morning at 10 o'clock, following reach here tomorrow in time for Sold by Paul Drug Co. AdT fnroute for Red Lick. to hear the interest the people ever lived in our town. The ex- an illness of several weeks. the funeral. The other relatives J. F. Pendleton and sons, of were taking in the proposed pike ample of their lives will be a The deceased would have been with the exception of the sister The County board of Commis Greensburg, were in our midst from GradyvilJe to Columbia. living monument for the people 86 years old on Aug. 23. He were present when death came. jsioners, which met in Frankfort last Friday. Mr. Pendleton is one Mr. Sparks is one of the public in this community. As they de- was born at Columbia, Ky., on The funeral services will be Tuesday, adjourned to oppoint of the best traders in this sec- spirited men, and he at once cided te sell their home, we are Aug. 23, 1834, and came from held Monday afternoon at 5 County , Commissioners after the tion of the state, and he inform- donated $25.00 to the pike fund, all glad that they turned it over that state to Bastrop county in o'clock at the family residence. August primary. ed us he would be in this section and said when we run out of to Mr. Estes and his good fam- the early days, and came to Bell Rev. E. C. Boynton, of Marshall, to buy all the cattle as soon as money, just let him know and ily. We certainly are glad to county when still a young man. will have charge of the services he would come again with a have these good people in our As long as he was a resident at the residence. The body will the people were ready to sell. OB Accept Mr. J. N. Coffey, one of the larger sum. He also stated that community. We are sure they here he was prominent in the be buried with Masonic honors No Substitutes best surveyors in the state, Bpent he would donate $100 on every will come near filling the places affairs of the country. On mov- in north Belton cemetery by the B fl for a day or so in our midst, locating mile of pike that was built of Uncle Charlie and his daugh- ing to Belton he became connect- side of his wife and daughter. O ed with the bank of Miller Bros., survey was from Grabyville to Edmonton. our new pike. His The above .article states that ter as could be. bankers, and in 1884 he organ- Col. Miller was born We want to say to Mr. Sparks, very satisfactory to us all. at ColumBradshaw Bros, of ized the Belton National bank Messrs. bia. That is a mistake. He Mrs. L. M. Wilmore when our road is completed Mr. and BLACK-DRAUGColumbia, who have had charge and remained as its president un was born in Adair county near and daughters, of Bogard, Mo from this place to Columbia, if Montpelier. spent a few days in our midst he and other good citizens living of quite a lot of hands in this til his death. When the war between the delight- on the road from EdmontoD will section manufacturing staves Purely When quite a young man he D last week. We were all out Colonel Miller was a merchant in take the road subject up he will for their company, Elrod & Co., states broke this place, ed to have them with us again. Vegetable at once enlisted in the service and is very kindljr remembered find the people at Gradyville They are looking well and enjoyof Columbia, for the past two with the Confederate states, will come up with their part of by some of our older citizens. ing the best of health. the dough and will be more than months, finished up a lot of sev- - attaining the rank of Colonel. He waB a first cousin of Eld. Z. Mr. and Mrs. C. Keltner, of Bfl f.9 thousand staves in one Following the war he returned (glad to do this. Come again T. Williams, of Columbia. McGregor, Texas, arrived a few BBBBDDDBBBBBB i t It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article andfprice. fZZf7K7KTZT:7KZZT;i ttKtttt7TZKTZK7Ksfcfc.7KK i WOODSON LEWIS GfiEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. a a a - " L. H. Jones -- B" annsanDDDSQii g a Thedford's g HT g a Liver Medicine g Bfi . y ADAIR COUNTY NEWS jiTi ' WITH A SMILE. The The -- & AS WE GROW OLD. As we grow The the BE A SPORT. spair. Or drop all your pep, and say you don't care; But I'll tell you. my friend, that's a. habit to break. In planning this world not a single mistake Was made in the building. So when yott complain Take stock of yourself. You're the chap Tou may call yourself dull in Meet whatever the world may bring with a smlla and jog along; There's always a song for the song you sing If your heart is In the song. And when you meet the world with a smile it's sure to smile on you, While over your head the sun burns bright and the velvet skies are blue. Meet whatever the world may bring with a cheery hope and trust; Kick up your heels and dance along, and sing and smile and be just. Whatever you give the world It gives a measure of that and more To add In the end as en you wend to the wealth of your little store. S No Wonder Maiden Book Scrap Book KITCHEN LIKE URGE TRUNK Recent Invention Said to Include erything Needed Within a Remarkably Small Space. Ev- How gently sets the sun across the fields we know; With what a wistful glory cornea the Of the dear spring, and with how soft ' a glow The fields grow green, and oji! how ten- earth; birth old how lovely seems Scrap Book MAKES a fltof de- DOUBLE AIR CUSHION ALMOST TOO MUCH TO BEAR Fainted, but. Many Would Like to Know Just What Fireman Said. derly the rain Waters the happy fields and brings the buttercup agan! New F.orm of Building Brick Resists the Heat of Summer and the Cold of Winter. , are; A building brick made of cement, The kitchenola is a complete and The flames shot upwards ; the smoke perfect kitchen occupying a space How sweet the sunshine on the golden molded cold, and that contains holcurled in cruel clouds around the about 4x4 feet. It was recently pat- The wheat. evening winds that through the lows of such form that they give a double layer of air chambers to a wall, doomed building; ented and It includes cook stove, tamaples stir. Meet whatever the world may bring with pjmm. The autumn's growing like an opal has just been put on the market in and the brave fire- ble, sink and ample shelf capacity for a faith that naught can shatter; sheet r Z&JJ 7y w men fought. France. taking care of all the necessary utenThere's always something that's not just the still snow that laps white hands Every Inhabitant, sils and some of the most needed vi- And above Each brick is 30 centimeters long by right, there's always something the however, had been ands and other commodities which are The sacred place where rests the dust 15 wide and 15 thick (about 12x6x6 matter. we love. But the heart that goes along with a inches) and has two vertical, parallel safely brought out called for In the course of a day's song, and the lips that go with a In the But suddenly a cooking. smile the fires cavities. The cavities situated As we grow old. how gently young woman A great deal of ingenuity has been Of all our once ambitions, of die our once outer part of the bricks communicate win a song for their own ere long all Shall and a smile from the afterwhlle. with each other, but are entirely Isodesires! rushed up to one exercised in the arrangement of all the Baltimore Sun. S. ii. S., in Toronto Globe. lated from the cavities In the Inner of the firemen. kitchenola so various features of the part. Thus, when a wall is built with "Oh," she cried, that there is not a square inch of lost DAM MAKES NEW SWISS jAKE "save It for me! space, and when the article is not In CONSTRUCTED HARP IN CELL them there will be throughout Its exSave It If you can !" tent two entirely separate chambers of active and immediate service It folds She pointed to a second-floo- r winProject Also Forms a Link in Rhone- up Into a piece of furniture which Filipino, in Honolulu Jail, Has Fash- - air, forming two insulating mattresses dow, and without a word the fireman might be mistaken for a chiffonier or Canal System That ioned Musical Instrument That Is Is Contemplated. Really Remarkable. rushed to do her bidding. something of that sort. One of the "How old was It?" asked one of the front panels drops on a hinge and reNo music in all Honolulu can excel The dam which is being built across bystanders. veals an oil stove and at the same "Only a month!" sobbed the disthe river Aar below Berne, at Muhle-ber- g the dulcet sounds which emanate from will form a lake reaching almost tressed one. "And look!" as the figa harp played down amid the cells of Filito the city. Already It has become a ure of the fireman could be seen comthe city prison by a denim-cla- d pino prisoner, states the Pacific Comfavorite spot for tourists, and within ing down the ladder again. "He has 4L l3r two months pleasure boats will probamercial Adviser, Honolulu. failed! He's coming back without it! bly be scurrying to and fro xicross Its Oh, what shall I do what shall I do?" manufacturing The Filipino's skill in surface, which is well over eighty The fireman approached. the harp is a surprise, for the harp square miles In area. was fashioned entirely In the prison "I'm sorry," he said, "but I could The water passing over the dam find no child there." yard and gives forth as mellow tones goes straight into the power station,' "CJiUd?" cried the fair maiden. as any harp from the factories of "I which will be able to supply the whole said nothing about a child !" nationally known makers. .I t4 'oj'i of the district with electricity, but a "Then what was it?" they asked Kukui wood was used In the contunnel through the gorge of Aumatten her. struction of the Instrument. The goose- Method of Building With New Brick. will permit of the whole lake being !" she sobbed. neck is graceful and appropriately "It was my emptied quickly, should this ever be "I'd only had It a month on the Incarved, as all harps are. The hollow which will prevent the heat of summer necessary. Besides supplying electric stallment system, too !" tube is skillfully fashioned. and cold of winter from penetrating. light and electric power all over the And then she fainted. Every afternoon and every night the They will also keep out in great measneighborhood the eight turbines of Filipino, who is a trusty, brings out his ure the noises of the street. horsepower each will work a lift HAS GOOD ADVERTISING IDEA In official tests the new brick has wonderful little harp and plays and to raise or lower boats passing beHe plays grand resisted a crushing force of about 425 plays and plays. tween Berne and the Lake of Bienne. How Librarian in Los Angeles Stimuoperas and musical comedies and the pounds to the square inch. Hitherto, of course, the Aar has not latest popular airs and the melodies lates Public Curiosity in Choice been navigable, but the engineers rethat have made Hawaii famous. His DID NOT FALL FROM CLOUDS of New Reading. Complete Kitchen in Small Space. sponsible for all this work are keepaudience is a mixture of prisoners, poing an eye on the future. Their eleceverything should be time forms a very serviceable table licemen, detectives, patients at the University of Michigan Professor OthThe idea tric lift will be such that it can be put to somethat Immediately in front of the stove. Off emergency hospital and military police. good use, erwise Explains Presence of Worms easily enlarged to take heavy barges Is possible, has been wherever this to one side there is a lid, and when After Heavy Rainstorm. carried out by e should the project of a Asbestos Mining in China. the librarian of the Franklin high this is raised a sink Is found under it canal ever be carried out. In that school library and deposit station of As the lid turns aside it is engaged Asbestos is mined in Szechwan Reports from Lexington, Ky., that case vessels from either sea would be the Los Angeles public library, held in a horizontal province of China, from where it Is hundreds of angle worms- from two with a catch and in utilable to bring provisions almost to the izing the covers that come on new position, where It performs the func- shipped to Chungking at a cost of 75 to five Inches long fell from the clouds gates of Berne. books direct from the publishers. tions of a drain board. In addition cents per 100 pounds. In the ShensI during a rainstorm there, were ded to this there are a number of shelves, province there Is. said to be a good clared to be Inaccurate by Professor About two dozen of these Dead Men Called in Court. covers, having the appearance of small compartments and drawers for special mine, and also one near Paotlngfu, Peter Okkelberg of the faculty of the William Penn's three sons, dead posters, were placed In a row along and general purposes. St. Louis but the transportation Is very poor. University of Michigan. two hundred years, were called in a the lower edge of the big bulletin board Several asbestos mines are located In The worms probably crawled up Philadelphia court the other day. The In the main hall of the library, right the vicinity of Pekin; the fibers are through the ground, drawn by the proceeding was the enactment of a next to pictures taken from illustrated BRINGS JOY TO SMALL BOY said to be very brittle and the prod- lure of fhe rain, according to Professor curious legal fiction necessary to ex- newspaper supplements. The result uct is used locally. Although Tientsin Okkelberg. Cases have been known, tinguish several existing ground was that a good deal of interest was In recent years has developed an exhowever, according to the professor. Reaport trade in asbestos prepared from In which cyclones or tornadoes have rents. It Is the legal presumption that given the little exhibition of the French Youngster Has Peculiar son for Welcoming a Visit If no payments of ground rents have illustrative and advertising art, many the native product by a Chinese con- created such a suction In the air that From the Mail Carrier. twenty-on- e years the of the visitors studying the display for cern, China also Imports considerable worms and fish have been picked up been made for quantities of asbestos articles, such rent has been ended. This was so in the purpose of making selections. In and The little French boy can experience importations In 1918 being valued at from ponds and lakes away. dropped a the estate of Charles P. Beck, Involv- fact the librarian states that the book-covconsiderable distance Joy that Is unknown in this coun- ?148,837. a ing several properties In the vicinity According to the Lexington story, poster row has been responsible try. His father or mother, or kind of Water, Spruce and Pine streets. for Increasing the amount of the worms were incubated by tire warm d aunt, may have a generous impulse, Nature's Vegetable Bomb. When Informed of the case, Judge winds from the moisture In the air reading. and send him a postcard which will appear Nature tries her hand at pretty near- while being wafted in clouds. This said: "Let the Penns carry more fun with It than any com- ly everything. As If to prove that she Is and make formal demand for payment an impossible assumption, according Aunt Bertha's Ouija Board. ic card, such as they ordinarily love. could make a bomb, she produced the to this Is their day in court." So the Professor Okkelberg. Just to show you what she can do On the opposite side to the address "shooting cucumber." This Interesting crier called out three times: "John when she sets her mind to it. Aunt printvegetable can be eaten. Probably some Penn, Thomas Penn, Richard Penn, Bertha was asked to try her luck at is a large space devoted to close Noiseless Coins. ing, which Is signed by the generous people to eat It. But the chances are come forward!" But the sons of the getting connected with the spirit of It is quite probable that the twencarmall famous Quaker who founded Phila- Disraeli we used up Napoleon and relative, and commands thelucky boy, that it is not good for much, tieth century will soon see a new type speaking. One does not see of coin, noiseless and clean, which may delphia did not respond, so a jury for- the other stock characters the very rier to hand over to that sum, mally adjudged them In default and first week that Aunt Bertha began to at his own door, some nice little space it in the markets. When It Is fully replace the metal ones, which become perhaps five or ten francs. The Beck estate. gave a verdict for the work the ouljn board, and we had to devoted to correspondence is about an ripe the "shooting cucumber" explodes. grimy and dingy with use. If experigo in pretty deep to think up new inch strip down the side, the right Tliis, be it understood, in a literal ments now being conducted at the royDepended on Direction. !ise. It bursts with violence, scatal factory at Neissen are successful, ones. The planchette started to move proportion for a small boy. tering Its seeds far and wide. It is Germany may have 2 and 5 mark coins A little girl was standing on the the minute Aunt Bertha put her hands Think of the joy of answering a the method the plant adopts for dis- In constant sidewalk when an old man approached, on it, If you will believe me, and when circulation. The experimail carrier's knock and finding your- tributing its seeds, and is certainly ments, stopped, looked around a little, and she asked: "Is this Disraeli?" it Imcarried on at the request of an extra bit of very self presented with curious. then inquired of the child: "I am mediately spelled out "this is him." I pocket money quite unexpectedly! It the ministry of finance, give promise 3fr. James Ordway's. tell you, I saw it with my own eyps. headed for of feasibility, as the composition te a new thrill to life. light and compact and while as washWould you tell me how much farther Uncanny, it really was. There seems adds I will have to go down this street to to be nobody whom Aunt Bertha canable as cups and saucers, Is perfectly Efficiency. reach his house?" durable. It Is said that these coins not make answer her on the ouija "'Pears like Polk Swaney, that "Well," answered the little miss board. There is even a pretty strong would be difficult to counterfeit becrossroads, hain't store at the thoughtfully, "if you keep headed the chance that she may be able to get runs the with enterprise," commented cause of the technical apparatus reway you are now I think you will Central, after she has had a little more overrid quired for their minting. a citizeti of Fiddle Creek. "Tuther fl have to go some long ways, but If you practice. Dorothy Parker in the Sat- day, frinstance, I went there in the head the other way you will only have urday Evening Post. Family Was Greatly Favored. middle of the afternoon, to buy a little to go to the second house back there." The angel of death visits households something, talk politics, and so forth. as a rule with strict impartiality. Horse Power and Candle Power. When I sa'ntered in nobody wns In There are not many families as highWhile the horse Is rapidly going Into sight on the place. But after I'd ly favored as the one referred to as the discard as a hauler of heavy lpads. tromped around for a spell a sleepy follows in a newspaper. "Captain his successor, the motor truck, Is meas- voice from under the counter sorter AN UNDESIRABLE COMPANION. years ured by his pulling cilpacity and prob- snarled : Turtle Tou say you don't care Benjamin Franklin, eighty-on- e old. long active In the Republican polably will continue to be measured by "If you're a drummer that aims to for Mr. Goat? Rabbit No, he's always butting itics of southern Rhode Island, died that scale for centuries,. And the electric- sell me something, I don't want It ; and -lamp, suddenly yesterday at his home In be It a tiny "night light" or If you're a customer that Is flggerin In where he isn't wanted. anniWesterly, on the glaring affair for street on buying something, why In fury can't a tremendous Wanted Company. versary of his wedding. He Is surillumination, is measured by what the you Just as well come around some Heavy spring rains had overflowed vived by his widow, six children, and ! antedated tallow candle used to be time when I ain't plumb through several grandchildren, no death havthe road and I was half-wa- y Very few citizens use to do. able wore out?" Kansas City Star. the deepest bog when my "fllv" started ing occurred In the family In sixty-focandles nowadays and vet tills flick-- 1 to misfire. Then the engine died, and years. NO NEED TO WORRY. ering wick is the standard for great I had to crawl over the fender to "Papa, the boys laugh at me beall over the world. electric Institutions FOLLOWED DIRECTIONS. cause I am so fat." crank up. Just as I turned the motor over another backfire sent me sprawl"Never mind son, at the present SNOWED. AND THEN years Eva S , twenty-fou- r prices of food, that will soon be ing into the deep mud and water. I TOO MODEST. changed." old, a maid employed In Jersey quarter came up at last, and the first Amateur Performer Now that City, was locked up last night turn sent the motor spinning perfectly. pol"Why don't you go into you've seen my nifty act, what Never Again. In the West Thirtieth Street All that "fllv" wanted was company itics?" do you say to my putting It on police station, charged with The rain was falling in torrents and down In the flooded road, for we went "Tried It once and didn't like becoming a sea at your show shop for a week? grand larceny. She Is alleged the road was rapidly through without a balk after my wetit." Vaudeville Manager (dryly) $160 worth of As It was getting dark, we to have stolen of mud. ting. Chicago Tribune.' "What was the trouble?" Fear we can't come to terms. were driving fast to reach a good articles from a Sixth avenue "I was too modest, I guess. Amateur Performer (eagerly) department store. road when something darted from the Game Herds Increase. Anyhow I never seemed able Forget It! Make an offer! directly In front of the car. The explanation she gave was ditch The Big game animals are Increasing on to convince anybody, even myAll Vaudeville Manager driver swung the wheel around, skidthat she saw a sign In the store the four big game reservations under self, that I could fill the office right. Hand me $5,000 In curded, and landed In the ditch. which read : "Customers, please United States"depart-men- t control of the any better than the other felrency and you're on. Buffalo " The "something" said take small packages home." of agriculture. The report of low." Express. New York Times. After plodding a mile through the the chief of the bureau of biological mud to get aid for a broken wheel, A survey shows a total of 368 bison, 274 fr ssssssrrssvssvsssssvss ? ! we swore never again to turn out sudelk, 54 antelope and 21 deer, an Indenly on a slippery road, especially "Harness" the River Jordan. No Chance. crease In each species over the numMultiplying Talk. The Palestine Weekly, ja. Zionist pafor a black cat! Exchange. "No. I know nothing about music." "What's this duplex system of tele- ber reported last year. The number per printed In Jerusalem, brings news graphing?" "All you have to do Is to Jangle this of visitors to vthe big game reservaMotor Traffic. of a project to develop the water pow"You can send four messages at tions Is also growing, says the report. cowbell." This year will see ln automobile er of the river Jordan. Since Pal- once." "But suppose I come In at the wrong travel more than 9r,000,000 vehicles. estine Is a land without coal or fuel place." These Cars Are All Doors. "Gosh! Wouldn't my wife like to milThis Is added to the twenty-od-d of any kind, industrial progress de- - have a device of that kind attached "You can't do that In Jazz." In order to facilitate the loading lion horses and mules which 'So short ' pends largely upon utilizing the pow to her larynx?" Louisville Courier-Journa- l, and unloading operations, some new Journal. a time ago comprised "the whole mo er resources of the country to generate London subway passenger coaches are It Is suggested that the tive power .of our country highways. electricity, equipped with five sliding doors. When The Unbeatable Golfer. y This enormous modern traffic practl- - Jordan, thus harnessed, would the train stops at a station practically "What sort of. golf does he play?" Welcome to All We Have. concentrates on the mala lines of piy not only power, light and heat, but "Weil, If he can only get you to give Files are the chief" food of the pitch- the whole side of the car opens and travel. Probably au per cent oi it Would also work pumps to irrigate ex-I-s er plant, which catches the Insects by the vehicle Is quickly emptied and bjm' enough strokes at the start ha concentrated on Mess than' 20 per tensive valley lands now barren. Liv-ce- snapping shut its petals. filled a gala. play unbeatable golf." of the total mileage of roads. lng Age . As we grow old, how sweet the summers that's to blame. Just right about face;' it may hurt some, it's true; But that's Just the way any good sport would do. S2 When you wake in the morning don't look for a cloud; Tou know what's behind it. Just swtas in the crowd. Be one of them, cheerfully singing along. Tou may get a bump, but don't stop your song. Perhaps one will hear It who needs Just Of encouragement now. be It. a bit Tour song may What matter It yesterday's failure wer big? Today Is your day, so get in and dig. If you meet any trouble, why Jtfst change its name. And call It a ladder. They oft lead to But whatever you do. be quick and begin it; Tou never can tell Just how much thero is in -- fame. Jane Bates. it In Forbes Magazine. AND THE EDITOR PONDERED UttHi Possibly Unfortunate Man Had Also Done a Little Wondering Along That Line. "Daddy," piped the little darling, "13 It true the sea is a mile deep?" Daddy, who was ILlbMlrrtrtj TCHWH C Tm " XT & - also an ;lanced up irrita bly from a huge manupile of editor. tone-givin- g 8,-1- nP3 t. know!" ho snapped. ing looked disap pointed. A little later he asked: "Is the moon really made of cheese, daddy?" Again came the response: "I don't scripts. "I don't The little darl- know !" Rhone-to-Rhln- - gayly-coloro- Another look of disappointment, another silence, and another question: "Do cannibals use postage stamps?' No less savage than the cannibals themselves was the distracted manuscript reader, for the third time: "I don't know!" "Well. say. daddy," exclaimed the youthful Inquirer, very seriously, "who made you an editor?" d Piano. weighing only 60 pounds may not compare favorably in look3 with a baby grand, but it has other advantages. Soldiers at the front were able to tuck it away in their equipment, and it helped to while away many hours. The piano has a regular Sixty-Poun- Globe-Democra- A piano five-octa- ve er . unas-signe- Fin-lett- er gastro-nomical- ly range, but tuning forks Instead of strings are used to produce sound. This does away with necessity of tuning the instrument. When a key la struck a hammer drops on a tuning fork, setting It in vibration and producing a sound. The fork Is connected by a spring to a sounding board which reinforces the sound. The piano is also equipped with a. loud pedal. A damper that rests on the end of one arm of the fork may be raised, when the fork Is free to vibrate loud and long. Rapid Wireless Transmission. e telegraphy experiRecent ments which have been made between Great Britain and the occupied part of Germany, indicate that in a short time it may be possible to transmit messages at the rate of 150 words per minute. It is stated that experiments In wireless telegraphy by officers employed at the signals experimental establishment at Woolwich have succeeded in transmitting messages over considerable distances at the speed of 100 words a minute and that very much greater speeds have been proved to be attainable. long-rang- of y "S sixty-fourt- h yaw-w-w-- !vsrvrssrvvrssr ssrsf ur 4syvsssrssvssrss if HARD BUT PLEASANT. She: What Is the most difficult task you do? Ho: 'trying to sleep while ths alarm clock Is going off. "me-ow.- fWWW4 N.S .saaiiito- - specting the construction of a tunnel under the English channel, a deputation of the channel tunnel committee of the house of commons recently called upon the prime minister. His attention was called to the fact that no serious engineering difficulties were anticipated; that the time necessary for completion would be five years, and the total cost would be $155,728,000, or double the pre-westimate. There was said to be great enthusiasm for the scheme in France. ar Figures on Channel Tunnel. In order to expedite a decision re- Louls-vllle-Cour- ler sup-call- ! May Wipe Out the Coyote. The demand for the skins may be the means of wiping out the coyote which has been the nuisance of the western lands for years. There are great numbers of these animals frequenting the vicinity of Mount Whitney and hunting and trapping are being pursued there with such vigor that the pesky animals are threatened with, . extermination , i J t THE ADAIR COOrt NEWS Adair Cooivtv Nes - Published (in Wednesdays. fU Colam6ia, Kentucky- J E. MURRELL, -- Editor -- strong Appeal A A $-- AAAAAQ"&AQ A A A ii4i4i4i QUALITY '"t JARS. DAtsi HAMLETT. - Mgr Democratic ntwspapcidtToUd to tbi Inteiert the City of Columbia nd th psopli cf Adair nd adjoining countlci. CTwr ur tr 3iukc v.' Entered at the Colnmba' Post-offi- as second lass mall matter, "WED. AUG,. 4. 1920. ' Subscription Price 1st andl2nd Postal Zone .SOperyer. AH Zones berond 2nd $2.00 perlyear A Subscription due and Payable in? Advance w$ ilHRtIwPwP - - jillMlw JUMP? a X Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOE CONGRESS. are authorized to announce EALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary' Election Saturday, "We V-- ' CARPETS, RUQS and FURNITURE .'r-- i !. r -- aHff--- a Progress Range Stoves August 7, 1920. are authorized to announce FRANK L. RIPY, oflAnderson CounWe ty, a Democratic candidate for Congress, in the EighthF.district, subject to the action of the State primary Auguit 7, 1920. FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. are authorized tc announce Hon. Richard P. Ernst, of J'.Kenton county, a Republican candidate!for,U. S. Senator. Primary first Saturday in TVe Albin Murray Coi. Frank L. Ripy fl A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Columbia, Phone 12 - - FOR CONGRESS Kentucky Democratic Ticket FOR PRESIDENT JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. T FOR ERA.NKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, of NewJYork. VICE-PRESIDEN- Saturday August 7th, will be. the primary, and his friends are urged to be at the polls, He can win in November. Next Door to The Adair County New Office. V A t V To The Democrats l J ir FOR UNITED STATES SENATE J. C. W. BECKHAM. of Madison County And Voters of 8th Congressional District. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA iwwwwwwwwwmwmwmwwmwwmmwwwww FARM FENCING ELETSffili CONGRESSIONAL FIGHT. Private Geo. T. Davis, of Democratic candidate forv Congress," filled nine speaking appointments in this county last week. He was met at seven of them by Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby county, who is also a candidate. The editor of the News was not present at any of the appointments, but he has been informed by representative citizens who were present at the speakings, that Mr. Gilbert got the better of the discussions, and many names were added to his list of supporters. Mr. Gilbert is exceedingly dry and he so states in his arguments. He charges that Private Davis is wet, and would so vote in Con gress should he be nominated and elected. CoK Frank L. Ripy was not present at the speakings, and we take it that he was engaged in other sections of the district. Judge Gilbert is very sanguine of his nomination, Private Davis states that he will be a winner, and doubtless Col. IRipy is perfectly confident of his success. All three of the candidates are satisfied that the Eighth district will be represented by a Democrat, and it is for the yoters to say which of the three, Ripy, Gilbert or Davis; that neither one has any fear of King Swope. soldiers and men who served in the United States Army' with Co). Frank L. Ripy, on the Mexican borders and in France, desire to state that Mr. Kipy was our ColWe, the undersigned onel. We consider him to be an American of the highest type, a loyal citizen, a great soldier , a sober honoraole gentleman, a kind officer one who treated every mother's boy in a kind and fatherly-lik- e manner. He is our friend and your friend, a man of the common people, the kind that has and will always make America safe for Democracy. We, therefore, believe it to be our duty to recommend Col. Ripy to the Democratic voters of Madison county and the Eighth Congresssonal District, and ask them to vote for him for Representative to Congress. We know him to be capable and worthy of HELENA RANGE STOVES GLOBE TIRES and TUBES J. F, KURFEES PAINT Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs General Line' Hardware and Groceries tsraeci BARGER Bros. the offiice he seeks. , Columbia, Ky. Die Res. Phone 13-- B. of Anderson county when war was declared and at a time when our Nation was in disto its relief when he did not have to go. He followtress and-wen- t ed the Flag with us on the Mexican border, and from the United Fe resigns his position County Attorney States to France, and atayed with us until the war is over, and victory declared and we are with him until this election is over, and victory is his. We believe if he is nominated as our candidate for Congress in the Eighth Congressional District that we will gain an Democratic majority in November, and Democracy will- return t . old-fashioned QBusIness Phono 13- -A Or. J. N Murreli DENTIST- - - to her own. osYo We, therefore, appeal to ail the Democrats who want victory in November to go to the polls and vote for Col. Frank L. Ripy, in Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. Respt., Submitted. the Primary August 71920. JAMES H LEEDS JOHN SHAW UP PLEAS B. PARCS REYNOLDS DENNY CHARLES R GEORGE EUGENE O'NEIL COLUMBIA, KY FRANK DEVORE ED COBB ROBERT PIGG EUGENE MO YN AH AN i We have a new lot of stoves and H. S. PAYNTER. LOWREN ABRAMS ranges. Come in and see them. EMIN ELAM D. W. KENNEDY We have just received a carload wire v Davis Hdw. Co. J. W. ELDER R. J. MANSFIELD rod. of 3,700 rods, 45c 75c per fence NELSON ELDER LUTHER POWELL For ,5a!e, Davis HdW. Co. Monday friends are inAll of the C. M. CANFIELD CURTIS POWELL vited to attend their sale, at Knifley on the 20th inst. EARL C. McDOUGLE FLEM ALCORN A good all machinery in 34 mules in Sam Burdette sold THOMAS BAXTER splendid condition. STONE W. NORMAN Jas. Burrfess, a colored man atKnif. Monticello Saturday at from $50 to Homer Tucker, Knifley, Ky. (Political Advertisement. ley, lost three moles and a hpree by L Bead the bills of the Monday sale now being spread over the county. The following are new paid subscrib-er- s Thesalewillbeon the 20th of this and renewals since our issue of last month. Tuesday. G. R. Turpen, Arthur Koyse, H, W. evangelist J. S. Ray, of the Bap. Cundiff, P. L Wolf, Luther Chap tist Church, closed a meeting at Mill. man, G. W Dillon, Mrs. Lizzie Gris- - town last Thursday night with four som, Joshua Murreli, R. H. McKinney I additions to the Church, Claud Willis, W. G. Lewis, J. A. Willis Rev. R. V. Bennett Is conducting a L! E. Bradley. Lawrence Wilkinson series of meetings at Tahor F. R. Johnson, Albert Bryant, Mre. Corn and other vegetation is need E B. Cheatham, E. Moore. ing rain. For Sale. a good box cook Mr. Leo Wright and his band of boys stove A bargain. greatly pleased the people of Dr. J. N. Murreli. Paid List. ECZEMA! rstu la us treatment oIEcxcaa. Tetter. Warworn. Itck. tc ' without qoctttaaUHunt'cSalta MONiy BACK , JPk saw-mil- l, 44 oim$h cm. YoocmI lightning-Sunda- y afternoon. jt.3220 per heatf -- , . . . - -- - , 86-t- f :cld by'PauD Drug Company. i . ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r e Q o ZOE io fcE ZOE a tea o DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY X Prices on Coffees o We believe we sell more Coffee than all Reduced Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store Dealer In All kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness the Retail houses in Columbia. There is a Reason Read This Ad and you will know why PILGRIM COFFEE 20c per pound PilPilgrim is thoroughly cleaned, carefully stoned and sifted, has strong rich Rio flavor. Don't compare grim with the coffee others offer in trying to meet our prices. "MONARQH" 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 always depend on our Coffees to be FRESHLY ROASTED.th as e to users of Peaberry Coffee. You can accumulations of stock. frequency of our shipments from Roasters prevents any and Farming Implements. A carefully selected stock of Tinware, Wagon, Paints Hardware at Reasonable prices. 0 - '' r v &"! and Oils . -- AFuIl Line o&lFarm Impliments , - o RUSSELL & CO. o$ We Also Handle Auto Supplies os 3E r- - We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our line THE .7M!!VRSAL CAR utility, the Ford One Ton Because of its Truck--wi- th worm drivehas made itself an absolute business all-arou- DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries Old Stand nd necessity. It's so dependable in service wherever placed, flexi Fnrrl ble anc sure 'in control and low cost of operation and vanadium" 'steel Truck maintenance and possessing that every line of busistrength, it has become the want in Your ness, from retail merchant to manufacturer, from enNeed gineer to contractor, from corporation to farmer. Let us tell you details and give you a demonstration. Truck Chas sis $649.85 f. o. b- - Phone 171 Columbia, Kentucky. The Man'S Detroit. N THE BUCHANAN-LYO- COMPANY. INCORPORATED. Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. N UH&BeaiXiZMlai Come In and See the $7,000,000 3-inch Tire Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. Material and 5a- - . bor costs have advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are-stilgoing up. l This is the famous Firestone molded 34 inch tire that has its own plant, its own If special machinery, special methods, special organiza- Haye you increasgd your insurance to cover the increase in values? protected if the fire should occur today? Are you fully PERSONALS. sisters from Marion county, came Congrss, met, Mr. Geo. Davis at trie down to attend tne funeral of Mrs. latter's appointments in Adair Coun Sallie Walker. ty. Miss Marshall Paul has returned Miss Frances Garnett, is visiting Mr. Floyed Burkholder, of Merrill from a pleasant visit to Greensburg. her aunt, Miss Jennie Garnett. Mich,, was here a few days ago. Mr. Sam Wilson arrived from Mr. T. P. Martin, wife and children, Mr. H. McBeath and Richard Alex- Greensburg a few days ago. His fam- of Dayton, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. ander, Danville, were here last ily will arrive in Columbia September Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. D. first and will occupy the residence Barbee. W. P. Nunnally and Mr. Thom- Mr. Wilson recently purchased of Dr. Mr. Mr. J. A. Willis, who h.as been enas Dunagan, of Louisville, were here J. N. Page. gaged at his trade at Caples, West Messrs C. H. and .1. J. Campbell Virginia, taking orders the middle of last week. for the past two months, inrl J. .uuu. WI.WWV, W. WWW firoplshnrn Mr. G. A. Roy, Nicholasville, was UUX T?ranlr Rnruol- nf thn W.VWWVWW returned the first of last week. He has at the Jeffries Hotel last Wednesday. Oil field, were here a few days ago, 1 been indisposed for the past ten days looking after some machinery. and came home to recuperate. Mr. Albia Eubank went to WashMr. John McLary, who left here ington, D. C, last week, on special Mr. Arthur Royse one of Breeding's nearly fifty years ago, is back, on a best farmers, was , business. in Columbia a few McLary, days ago. Goodman, mother of visit. He is a son of Isaac Mrs. Nannie who died many years ogo. He lives in Mr. S: T. Goodman, is visiting at Mr. Ben Baily Pennington Gap, Ya. Fannin county, Texas. made a busiuess trip to Columbia Mr R. E, Lloyed, of Jamestown, Miami, and last week. Mr Fred Cabell, of was here a day or two of last week. Miss Sarah Hardin, former resident of Miss Pearl Bradshaw, Montpelier, County Attorney of Russell. Columbia, were here last Wednesday. He is the speut a few days of last week with re Mr. Claud Willis, of Dayton, Ohio, Miss Hardin is spending a week or latives in this place two at the home of Mr. Cabell. Upon is visiting his parents, brothers and Mr. Yelmer Aaron was here a few their arrival liere they stopped at the sisters, this place. days of last week. Miss Lillian Nell, Frankfort, is visresidence of Mr. W. B. Patteson. Mr. V. D. Hansford, of liberty, acMr. G. W. Dillon and Dr. H. B. iting her sisters, Mrs. G. W. Staples companied Mr. George Davis, a canSimpson were here from Breeding, and Mrs. J . G. Eubank. didate for Congress, to Adair county Mr. E. T. Kemper, who has been in last Wednesday. last week. of Russell the oil' business here for the past Mr. G. A. Kimble, Mr. H N. Phillips was taken quite Springs, was in Columbia Wednesday, year, left for Bowling Green last sick at the Baptist church last Wedenrbute home from Hot Springs, Ark. week. nesday night, just before prayer meetHis daughter, Mrs. Sylvanious Wil-so.- .. rieasrs.-- W. F. Hancock and W. E. ing was dismissed. He vas conveyed went with him to the Springs, Bradshaw, of Louisville, arrived to home in an auto, and was much betbut btie remained to take baths for a spend a few days with relatives the ter Thursday morning. month longer. Mr. "Kimble was greatly Messrs. R. H. McKinney, G C. of last week. Their wives had benefited by the treatment he re- first E. R. McKinney and Walter preceded them. Janes, all of Dirigo, made a business ceived. Judge Balph Gilbert, candidate foriP to Columbia last Thursday. Mrs. Effie Purdy and several of he Wed-nesday. - tion. Thus Firestone serves car owners with quantity production. This permits a value in tires never before accomplished at the price. et your' share of these savings by having us equip youT HEED BROS. Columbia; "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. . . Kentucky. W"BW"M"MMMMMWiMMWMMBHWMMMMMMMg fmstone Cumberland Grocery Co Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Boliu and their son and daughter, Glenville, were here last Thursday, making purchase Mr. and Mis I Hardware Groceries, Dry Goods J -- Irvin Frazier returned from Louisville last Wednesday, and will be here for some time. Senator Eobt. Antle passed through here Friday morning, enroute to . Bussel County. He is at present JO cated at Matthews, Ky. Mrs. Lola Lovett and daughter, Miss Margaret left last Friday morn ing for Russelville. Miss Margaret will teach at Grayson, in Carter coun- and Notions. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. she will join a party of friends and in automobiles they will visit Interesting: points in the East. Mrs. Nina Denver will accompany her from Louisvijre. She expects to be absent about w from Georgetown, Infi., In Continued Mc-Kinn- ty, beginning September 1st. Mr. Paul Blair, who is engaged at Akron, Ohio, and who spent ten days at his home Craycraf t, and in ColumMr. W. E. Walker, who is a prombia, has returned to his place of businent attorney of Cleburne, Texas, a iness of Judge H. C. Baker, arMiss Frances Eeed who spent a Wednesday for a short stay. rived last week with Miss Catherine Page, Mr. Walker removed from Columbia Cane Valley, returned a few days ago. to Texas, and he has been very suc-esMiss O. M. Eeed, who paid her ul in prtctioing his profession. nephew, Mr. Eeed Shelton, Urbana, 111. an extended visit, returned home ! Miss Katie Murrell left Thursday last "Wednesday night. afternoon for Washington, D. C. Her son-in-law sf daya. Mrs. Asa Loy and children arrive Mrs. Loy to attend the f uneral sister Mrs C. T. Stults to- - thao.rbr ofier . Faga & 6 . r" r ; - THE "OLD RELIABLE" ;;. if 1 -- I most miles per dollar. J&alanced! That means to you more fcan mere thickness of. tread, greater air capacity, more plies of fabric, greater cushioning, or the gauge of fflie sidewall. It means that all component parts of the Firestone 3& are scientifically balanced by specialists who have put years of study and practice into a single purpose to meet your demand in a small car tire. You can now have all four tires on jyioizr car give uniform service if they rare Firestone. '.cost -- Sales of this tire have increased 96 fthe first six months of this year, proving the balanced tire, the Firestone 12S& has accomplished what Firestone .'sought for it, more mileage, greater economy greater comfort, which has been passed on to the public at low It VIVIIw m war THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUfiH- T White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draugnt Come Came and Stayed. feeling after meals. Sour stomach and to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking neighbors here, Mrs T. F. Parks, a It aids digestion, also Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver in throwing off impurigetting up in years; my head is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend and do, to my friends and white. I have seen medicines and remedies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." Thed-ford- Dutton, Ala. Black-Draug- In recommending 's ht well-kno- wn Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht, mfmt?iit l.ai SUbxSt&z HP Er " ( is a standa liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record of for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. on and one that will do the work. Every one occasionally needs something will relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. , "Black-Draug- ht ht and constipation if taken right, and I know Try Insist upon Thedfor I tned it. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. ever found for the full, uncomfortable At all druggists. a. & I Black-Draug- ht, came and stayed. am talking of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- non skid mMiEx ) -- J e Your soiled or last year's suit, SWISS Cleaned or Dyed, saves you $50.00. "MAKE ii" wxfj& sr&f&jj H Gray Tube $S.7".j Red Tube $4.50 Ik fey-A'-- S '..r' ' .v rt srfl crane- . - MBaBiigcHrsasaBnii i n maidJsariHWiir 'in uiwu .- vi--- SS" iS-. ;,i-- f r i irrrrair- -' itt ti... Sy&ti.v: Tjnrv. .a ;." Tl. "aT.i. k '" a' ife l- ;:.-j i, ". -- . :. """"b OertelS . Via SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS Incorporated Pareal Post LOUISVILLE urv nvr riMtrc mun miAe KY. DRINK DOUBLE-DAR- K Have it in your home I ! "' The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory at all times ij 2fia . The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. a: - a. r hi&3. SLJbti ir 'r-rt' sseaes? rf -- - ? :. x Incorporated i lai mi "Makers of Oertel's Light or Dark or Double Dark," i Buchanan Lyon : Co. Distributor, Campbellsville, Kentucky. iTn - 'ii n i, ,idkit,l inn iWirii . . .. . in the several mines here. Much which as yet is scarcely touched high grade lead and zinc are al- by human hands, which still so found. Tne sou ch west is on shows the handiwork of the AlSuly 0, 1920. the verge of the greatest activ- mighty as upon the morning o lEditor "vs: ity in the mining of precious creation. His spirit still breathes I aai hat iag such a lovely time minerals in its whole history. in the soft grandeur of the moun iW.xiCt). -- Jv ay, New tains in chaotic confusion, bold and bleak, or with stunted half grown forms clinging to their :e tthis summer and have had ever Bayard, situated a few since I left Kentucky. I am now Fort now under in the uuthwestern part of New miles from here, is .Mexico, uily a short distance the direction of the United States tfrsm A ..zona and the Mexican Public Health Service, the War Department having relinquished 'burner. ii'.4ver City is a beauti control. During the war it was nuvr ? uce in the very hearc or cue iuouatain8 and is very a military sanitorium and was sometimes used as a regular ar- un.G t jc cite manv minintr dia cimy post. For two years Gen. r'iuiti. One of the largest of Pe.rshing was stationed here as Sv. itcti .t;old storehouses lies in I iu First Lieutenant. at is Lere that Tiffany, j .eler of New York City, the fa-sma- sis u&igj:!.uig Jiis valuable turquoise. lu chn dariier days, these jewels . JAjiTc.,. , . .ii)ytne Indians as white men .. .. i . ediin Auierica. r ' ." Black Hawk mining .... . ro.u.tc. or' etc is. known-wherev- er mm u.du'ged in, as one u;. xfae earJy . silver producers daye. vThe China who --operate tne secoctd largest, copper mine i hi the world, have, made millions of.doi-ar- s in steam -- ahavfii oper-.artonswi- th iow gratie copper. ..Silver-City-i4 i.ise-lerfist s very proud that refinery in the -- Unic-ceui-Slat- es ;is'hre. occon'allsT?M0cketed-5Kit- .The great h Lbi'dies oL Jow . gradercopper are high $rade copper .cogsar-in- . arfdnsilver. Native sheets, several.nuggets .gold Bd80aiguad.8ilver .val- - away toward the setting sun. Ha art t&ktJ miLiuiitU Awhiln You are looking upon, a land snow-cappp.d . . This is a very, very heautiful country and is truly a big country. Somehow those who have lived here and have grown to love the great open spaces and the beauties of the silences and the true worth and rugged hospitality found here have come to call it God's country. It has also come to mean that to me. A. few weeks ago I really bad the nerve to climb to the top of Continental Divide, some few thousand feet. I felt well repaid, however, by the magnificent view that Jay out before me. Please let me take you for a tour and may I picture for you Southwest. You 4;he beautiful are now on a hijrh mountain with the beautiful valleys down below. Now let your eyes rest, where golden rivers rise among peaks (beautiful sides. The eagle, secure and confident, among the heights, soaring over all, sharply draws tains and the mighty roars ot its his shadow against the desolate streams. Follow me through view. A wonderland awaiting the scenes of wild beauty and savage sublimity.. We now stand hand of man to turn its everin an open plane. As far as the lasting mountains and its rivers eye can range it rests on flowers. and its valleys to the world's Yonder is the scarlet mallow and use. Undreamed of riches are and here the berganot and horse-min- t, biddmg'the day when they will purple in here. There the add their weight to the growing silver leaf Euphorbia grows, importance of the West. There small cousin of its giant African are places in this territory that relative from. which the natives the foot of white man has never make the deadly poison for their trod, places that no man has evarrow tips. Who planted 'these er seen, places that only who flowers? It is the rich mantle of denizens, native to the country nature. It is the Garden of God. know. One might travel a hunAnother scene. All is now dred miles or more across counbrown and yellow earth with try and never see another hubroken outlines. There are man being. In almost every line of indusrocks and clefts and patches of sterile soil. Strange vegetable try the Southwest is only in its forms hang out their branches infancy. It is a sleeping giant over rocks, Others rise to great and yet, despite all this the heights like carved and fluted primitiveness, the newness, the colums. There the soapweed, lack of development and the the Spanish bayonet and the hundreds of square miles pracmosquito jningle with the wild tically unknown there are cerand shaggy cacti. Here also is tain spots, growing ever more the agave, the famed mescal numerous as the years pass, that plant of Mexico. No bright ob- do not take second rank anywhere ject relieves the eye, no bird You view Mother Earth torn paws its melody into the ear. and wrangled and pitched about The lonely owl flaps away in the and full of deep holes where the night, the rattler glides under miner burrows in its recesses. its scanty shade and the coyote The monster, pits and mountainskulkB through its silent glades. ous, dumps prove that here is Above and below and around great labor and things well done. us are mountains piled on moun- - Giant trees stretch their heads 1 OUR NEW STORE 1 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, riht in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same Integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never in your need for WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & I Mbnch One of Bros. Weliendorff v WJ m INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. $ x&mm&m hundreds of feet toward the vaulted blue above. Set in can- yons of emerald, like diamonds the buildings of this little , f DiacK city. lonaer is DiacK. 111 as on the mounnight. You stand tains and look interminable depth straight down. Then the sun breaks through the storm clouds and what was black is now turned to red and gold. This is God's country the great South-wes- t. Sincerely, Martha Grissom. 1 m$m mmmm 1 w- - J- - from Montana to the Prohibition Convention positive-gleal( nisim? 10 accept thenomin W4VH i.IU5IH. Wfc A. Bryan sent a dis patch When you (eel lazv out of sorts and yawn a good deal in the day time jouneed He'bine to stimulate your liver, tone up our stomach and. purify your bowels. Price, 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Co Adv In Louisville in the last two years $2,740,000 has Been invested in new manufacturing plants. -- ar , V, '..f ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Equip Your Small Caf With Goodyear Tires -- .W Goodyear Tires in the 30x3-- , 30x3y2-an- d 31x sizes are manufactured with characteristic Goodyear care to build high relative value into every carcass and tread Last year more cars taking these sizes, d were with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind In order to make these tires widely available to users of such cars, we are operating the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes 4-in- ch factory-equippe- V, If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car requiring one of these sizes, go now to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes i?:' .t A man who thought of his Countrv before h;rr.self in lime: of War will think of his Country first in time f Peace. A man who does not have to make excu-e- s for not Stendngr his Country in war will nut have to make apol gies for his rezordi in Congress in the days of readjustmen . Vote and work for Frank L. Rioy, of A' county,, fo Congress, Democratic Primary, Saturday, Au . 7th. Help Ripy "Go Over the Top," he will the Dk'rict in November. rt-dee- r Fabric, v A s To the Democrats of Anderson County and the Stiii District. Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you are asked to pay for tabes of less merit why risk costly casings when such sure protection is available? $450 30 x 3 ske i waterproof bat 30x3 Fabric, Goodvear Antf-SkidTi .ilcn ltD Tli - Tfiiirn iTt laoinnriifriiiijBr m w& Quarterly Meetings, Columbia Dis- DON'T KICK YOUR TOWN. Pride in Ownership With Goodyear tires on your car you know you have the best your friends know it the whole world knows. Goodyear is the best There is no better evidence of a commendable community spirit Jamestown, Rowena, July 34. than that of loyalty to a town in which a person lives. Renox, Terry's July 4, 3 p. m.,-Bear Creek, Goose Creek, July 6. If a town is worth living in, it is Peytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, July worth defending and supporting in its efforts to advance with the 8 rest of the world, Albany, Albany, July 10 11 Yet in almost every community Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 Eussell Springs, Coffey's Chape), you will find people who can see nothing good in their surround-ings- " July 178. 5 trict, Fourth Round. They can not 'recognize th. fact that though it may be humPierce, Sulphur Well, July 31 July Greensburg, Earley's, These famous quality tires are obtainable in ble, it yet is home that it has Aug. 1. the 30 x 330 x 3 31 x 4 Clincher sizes clothed them, and fed them, and Summersville, Hodges, Aug 1, 3 p." cared for them in sickness and by you ownees of the smaller cars. m.,-Col. Frank L. Ripy Here Casey Creek, Old Providence. Aug. 5 in health, and has furnished them Other sizes in stock. Col. Frank Ripy, candidate for tne democratic nominationi friends who have been steadfast Gradyville, Prices, Aug. They Cost No More and Our Expert Service is for Congress at the primary August 7th is in the city and count?-thi' ." Burkesville, Marrow Bone, Aug. 14- - and true. A IBM ' Free? week mingling with the constituency, in the interest of nisi 15 They magnify its imperfections candidacy. Col. Riyv looks every inch a winner and tells a Tompkmsville, Weslejs, Aug. 15, 3 and spread clouds wherever they r p. m.,-1of the Record, that he has the nomination nailed down go. fVY Fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. 18 and will take King Swope's scalp in November. He has many THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N They'of ten make life miserable Temple Hill, New Salem, Aug. B It vif friends in Garraad that are backing him to the limit and will wesfe Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. for others and invariable make it hard for his nomination at the August primary. The Central Reo COMPANY. reproach to themselves. a 1 ' ord, July 22, 1920. Monticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p. But there is a brighter side to m., Central Union, Aug. 30. West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 this story. with good natured patience, but Mrs.. Lottie Vick of Fulton Sept. ct , Millers, The abuse these short sighted are forgotten about as soon as county tvas instantly killed bs Elkhorn, Wesley's Sept. 5 8 p. m.--people heap upon theirplace of uttered. her. neighbor Mrs. Jennie Jonesi 3 Sept. abode generally fallB upon chronic kickThe views of the The latter was shooting at a Mannsvllle, Merrircac, 12 3 p. m. 13 i ears. and fault finder have less Sept. 8. er Sparksvllle, Hogards, snake when the accideat Their neighbors and friends wind colic, Columbia, Tabor, Sept. While it is intimated that weight than those of any other fcitbe baby suffers from Rus give know them as they are as people T. ,T Wade, P. E. sia will agree to terms with 04H&oea or summer complaint, element of the human race. is a pure, might have been valuable adult who ifiEEGFBaby elixir. It Poland there are indications kicking that Where he thinks he is effective remedy. Price, England The Inter-raciConference int harmless and you feel dull, achey and citizens capable of constructive and France may have When Drug Co. generally finds that 55c and 60c. Sold by Paul whose dispositions his town he LouiBville called by Gov. Morrosleepy and want to stretch frequently, work, but Adv. to send an army to Poland. an attack t)f .malaria have been wharped in younger he is kicking himself instead. you are ripe for w-has for one of its purposes In Detroit two girls iought a Take Herbine at once. It cures mal- days, possibly thru no particular coal 15,000 laborers in Illinois the suppression ofr lynching puts the system in military party in China striking for a raise duel oyer a man andjrae of them aria and chills and fault of their own. fields are The order. Price, 60c Sold by Paul Drug negroes for rape,. is dearJ. Their criticisms are listened to has'offered'peace terms, to $7.5 rom $5.50 Adv Co. 24-2- 5 Cane VallerMilltown, July 22. Picketts," Maple Hill, July 23. : The Primary Election to select a Den - - :r;sraee r Congress in the Eighth District is fast appro Saturday, August 7th, is the day when o vvill be called v : on to select your standard bearer to representhe halls the National Congress. This county for the first time since thf ' v; War has a can didate for this high honor in the person of C . Frank L. Ripy, t r Democrat in ,whom there is no guile. During aii these years has gone to men of other counties and the citizens of Anderson county have always supported loyally the nominee whoever he? was and from whatever county he came. In the name of fairness and common justice, we beg the Democrats of this county and those counties whose nominees we? have always heartily supported to rally .around the standard off Frank L. Ripy on August 7th next, and give him that nominatSoni to which he is so justly entitled. He heartily endorses the nomination of James M. Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt for He stands four square on the Democratic platform adopted elected,, by the San Francisco Convention and, if nominated-anis redeemed. will do all in his power to see that every He can win in November and thus redeem xhe Eighth District from Republican domination. He has proven himself not only a DEMOCRAT but a PATRIOT. As soon as relations with Germany were severed, he offered his services to his country and was one of the last to leave.-thforeign field. Reports coming from different counties in the district indi cate his nomination by a handsome majority. Vote for Frank L. Ripy in the Primary and you will nevezr have cause to regret it. Anderson County News. 1- - this-hono- io3-Preside- nt Vice-Preside- nt pl-d- ge e -- 2 7-- 8 s - repra-sentativ- e I 6. 21-2- 2 loo 1 28-2- 9 Sm le 1. 6 le, le, 12-1- un-sympat- 18-1- 9 al J J; iii. iUfcu j, . a Mfem. fififaifc iii .t ri .- Xa?- - 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. ll.Wg.4i-fH,.'Tnf'liJh !- -. affftBteVtffga KJHtJUSZaH VOTE FOB Crongrcss s the Enforcement A1 wet Congress can effectively cripple and practically annul the enforcement 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. r Federal Commissioner of Prohibition Kramer say-3- : "We might as Soft drink es- t well give up the whole thing and let it go by the board if we are to permit the sale3 of wines 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. . f r If Temperance reform in America when your vote That time is now. and influence count one hundred per cent. there ever was a time in the History of A Vote for Gilbert is a Vote for a Dry Congress 1 Gilbert is a lawyer of marked ability and has owned and operated a farm for 5 years. stand for the Dry Cause and the principles of Democracy. He is f earless in hi3 His record in public as well as private life will bear the closest scrutiny. He does not conceal his views or hide his opinions and you know where HE STANDS on Since Governor Cox has stated that the lipuor question is not a Presidential issue, but Ralph Gilbert FOR every public question. must be settled in the Congressioual elections. Gilbert is more than ever the strongest man for the Democrats to Go to the poll3 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 P. In the Democratic Primary Augusl 7, 1920 Will Remember that the Primary will be I f He v Redeem the District in November an Saturday August 7th. m Serve You Honestly and Faithfully. Sunday night. She is a very capable young lady. Miss Selmer Merginthimer, of Flat Biver, Mo., is visiting Miss Edna Lewis. 9K as z TTITT MA In Field One II. , lOTtl P KB In Barn HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST June Bond Circular A Table Showing Yields of Your Liberty 3G80S Am permanentlyilocated Columbia. in H Insurance Policy Protects every Minute IN All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. who took a special course at Lexington, returned home Saturday night. Mr. W. L. Welch, of Jackson, Ky. is visiting his cousin, Mrs A. D. this place. Miss Julia Miller, Bonds At Various Prices MAILED ON REQUEST Pat-teso- n, Private Wires to Principal Markets. Oar Statistical Files Are at Your Service. USE LONG DISTANCE PHONES: MAIN 1032. CITY 2193 3K Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE1 TW 3K W. T. PRIfE, Agent 9K Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance Rev. M, M. Murrell, wife, and little daughter, of Calhoun, Ky., arrived, on All Work Guaranteed a visit last Thursday. Sunday night Office: next door to post office. Eev. Murrell preached at the Methodist church to a large audience. He is a speaker of force and his discourse abounded in interest. He uses the Personals. purest English which makes his Continued ftom Page 5 speaking all the more entertaining. Mr. Ernest Harris and nte little son, Mr. E. Moore, Jamestown, was W. B , are on a visit to We3t Point here Monday. Miss. Mrs. George T, Wood & Son INVESTMENT 417 W. Main Street SECURITIES Louisville, Ky. LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, i Voice. && fxMx Frances Montgomery, widow Mr.. Jack Stults, an uncle of C. T. of the late Garnett Montgomery, who 7K Stults, came over, from Campbellsville has been taking a special course at to attend the funeral of the wife of Bowling Green, returned last Friday. the latter . of Black well Mr. Elmo Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Todd, who vis- Okla. who is interested in oil, has ited in the county, left for their home been here for several days. Ashland, Ky., a few days ago. Mr. Bay Flowers went to Louisville MissLula Phelps returned last Mr. P. C. Jones, East Fork, is visit-in- g week from a visit to Greensburg. relatiles and friends in Colnmbia Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Jeffries spent tnis week. last Thursday at tha Harrodsburg Fair. Mr. T. O. Patteson and wife, of De Mr. Millard troit, Mich., arrived Monday afterMr. J. E. Wilson and Young went to Louisville last Mon- noon. day. Prof. R. R. Moss Little Rock, Ark. , Barger, their arrived Monday, and many friends Mr. and Mrs. Ores children, Larry and Sarah, and Mr. greeted him. Chelcie Barger and wife went to the Prof. A. H. Ballard arrived from High Bridge last Sunday, Stithton Saturday. Mrs. Albia Eubank will return from Evangelist meetings are now in Boston this week. at Garlin., conducted by Bev. Miss Carry Grissom returned from N. Hoover and his assistants. PubJ. a visit to Litchfield last Saturday. lic invited. Miss Max? Murrell, daughter of to-da- y. Piano and! Athletics under a trained athlets. Wholesome environment 9J, ent body of high moral character. Rates $ 8C.00 a year. Catagogue upon request. V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. 1 R "TALKING MACHINES" With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays ;ali disc records. No extra attachear 146 ACRES Mr. E. B. Long and Mr. F. W. Courtner joint administrators of the Issac Koons Estate have instructed us to sell the Issac Koons farm looated in Utica township, Clark County, Indiana, being 8 miles East of Jeffersonville, and 4 miles West of Charlestown and within 1 mile of a station on a ration line haying 6 Cars daily to Louisville. This farm has been in the Koons family for nearly a century and considered to be . the very best farm in Southern Indiana. It lays well is watered bv never failing spring, is fenced and cross fenced with hog fencing and ii improved with a 9 room two story brick house in good condition, three''" large barns and all other necessary out buildings. fc The price on this farm is $200 per acre and considering the except bonal quality of the land and the condition that it is now m we consider it the best buy that we have to offer. ii4 I YOTTJSTQ, E."JEWELER" Columbia, ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA," cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to jthe superiority of our workmanship md construction. " pro-gres- s Kentucky. Rev. and Mrs. Jesse L. Murrell, who Suits, Odd Pants, Shirts and Shoes Is employed in the Treasury Depart for Big men. arrived last ment, Washington, D.-GofCBro3. Stora7 Voigt Insurance & Realty Co., v Voigt Building, Jeffersonville, Indiana. L"