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BY e. t. kesipek Absence from home and uncertainty of the .nails is my apology for the failure of my regular items to appear in last week's issue. During the past week an oil well with a daily capacity of 60,000 barrels has been reported by the Mexican Embassy at Washington as having been drilled in at Yera Crux, Mexico. Some idea of the value of an oil well may be obtained by the staten operator, a few ment of a days ago, who reports that he saw a well near St. Mary's, W. Ya., 1,700 feet in depth and with a daily capacity of only one-ha- lf barrel, being equipped for pumping. The quality of oil produced by the well referred to is now soiling at $6.20 per barrel, so figure it for yourself. Adair county will produce oil practically of trie same grade. The Kentucky Oil Age, a weekly journal to be devoted exclusively to oil, interests, will make its initial bow to the public at Bowling Green this week. Experienced journalistic and oil men be at the helm and they will have as their motto, "absolutely reliable oil news, right up and pains to be spared neither in securing it." Such a publication .is badly needed in this State, where soTmuch capital is being invested' and "where so much development work is under way, and it will be hailed with .delight and ably supported by the oil people generally. Mr. A. C. Phillips, of Philadelphia, a large oil operator and who has some prominent men of Pittsburg connected with him, was here during the past week for the purpose of getting a line on certain acreage in this section, and while here he talked very freely of the drilling, operations he and his associates are to begin, just as soon as the machinery now in transit arrives, in Green county just over thb Adair line, and in the vicinity of Pickett's Mill. Before leaving' town Mr. Phil; lips secured from local people a short option on over one thousand acres of leases located a few miles west of Columbia. After reaching a depth of some 850 feet where the Pencil cave structure was encountered, the'J.'El Carnanan Oil Company, drilling on the Flowers farm, were compelled, to abandon the well for the time being on account; of their having exhausted, the capacity of the rig. Had they, been able to have gone as much as:200 feet deeper it la confidently believed they would have struck a fine pool of oil, as the structure referred to above is generally from 150 to 200 feet above a paying saad. The well is producing gas in such quantities that it is being utiliz- i. ed-bMr. John Holladay in the heating and lighting his residence, located just across the road, and he has the distinction of being the first one in this section to enjoy such a privilege. The Carnafian Company has moved their rig to the Henry Ingram farm, near Columbia, on the Eussell Springs road, where they are now drilling well No 2 well-knowto-da- te nor-expens- e y dry parties have been trying to secure a price on the property, but the Company is loth to name one owing, to the fact that they are convinced they have a great and promising proposition, and they expect to reap some of the profits by holding on to it and operating it themselves. They have just passed the rigid inspection of the State "Blue Sky" law, and they are now "offering to sell a limited amount of the capital stock ror the purpose of raising additional funds for extra equipment and operating expenses. Mr. Geo. H. Palmer, president of the Plmer Oil Company, '.with general offices in this city, has just returned from a trip to Cleveland and West Virginia. He reports, their big drilling rig on the way and it is expwted any day. It has capacity to make the deepest tests, and it will be manned by a crew of competent and who know the business thoroughly, so we look for some good results to follow their efforts here. The exact location of the first drilling has not been made public, but suffice to say that it will be very close to Columbia, and on a location recommended by Mr. Lucien Beckner, Winchester, one of rhe best posted and most reliable geologists to be found anywhere. In this connection I am pleased to state-tha- t Mr. Palmer says while on his recent trip he saw nothing in Ohio, West Virginia, or any other section of Kentucky, in the way of structure, to begin to compare wo have right hqre in with what Adair county. Mr. Palmer .also re ports that several capitalists; from the, north arq-fc- r ranging to com$ hqre at an early date, and when they do there will be something doing in such a way that it will cause the pessimist to sit Up arid tike notice. expert-encedme- n mode-chronic friends well these people More About the Diamond Found. a surprise to her many Will be Here Saturday. throughout the county. have drilled is a good one, and while no correct estimate of the amount of The groom is ajoimg business man, Our Big Elm correspondent has this Rev. J. R. Crawford of Paducah, production is ventured, still it is to say: of Earbourville, and is popular and Rev. F. J. Cheek rt Danville and known there is an abundance of high- highly esteemed throughout Knox Rev. Weber of The diamond spoken of in the News Lebanon will conduct grade oil on the property, and it is last week, was found by Oliver Helm, county. . a New Era Iusltute at the Presbyattracting the attention of some of on the farm of Henry Burriss, in terian church on Saturday and SunThe Fordson Tractor. of the country. Sun- Eussell county, the big A miles from ingcrew. Every I oil-me- U the Adair line, and about three hundred yards from Cabbin Fork, on very high land where the soil had worn away. leaving the clay and small pebbles. Amygdaloid trap, there seems to be an upheaval of this specie of trap rock, running southwest for 1J miles from where this diamond was picked up. About J- mile on this route Mr. Job Carnes found a diamond about i the size of the first one, and lost it in a few days. The ones who saw it said it was just like the Helm diamond. Helm sent his diamond to Mr Schultz for inspection, who. pronounced it something valuable. Not being satisfied, he sent it to Tiffany, of New York, who pronounced it a genuine diamond, and wrote Mr. Helm he would give him J15.00 for it. Mr. Helm wrote back to Mr. Tiffany that he could have it for 920.00, and in a few days Mr. Helm received a letter from Mr. Tiffany with the $20.00. This locality may be regarded as a typical representation of trap rock. This specie of trap abounds in some places so thick the farmers have to remove thenr.before they can plow the ground. Some as large as a bushel basket This upheavel crosses five farms in Eussell county, a distance of about one mile and a half. This dike can be f ollpved on this line by the quartz rocks or trapin, thrown out on top the ground. The writer of this has a piece of Talc that was found on this, dike, and some oxide of iron, some.pure lead ore, and various other minerals. A man by the, name qt frowning came to this section from Arkansas diamond mines' to look for, a dike, where this diamond was found, and traced this dike for a mile Or more, and left in my possession soma pebbles which he said came from th Arkansas Diamond mine. He said he Twins. s had no doubt butj what other could be washed out of the Born, to the wife of Ewing Stults, Louisville on the inornlng of the 6th, sdnd along this dike!, but nd one has twins both girls. Favorable reports ever washed any sand -dia-mond- Every farmer who wants to save labor and turn his ground to perfection should own one of these machines. It is sold by the the Buchanan Lyon Company and farmers who have purchased are perfectly delighted. Labor is quite an item in this day and time, in fact it is almost impossible for farmers to secure help sufficient to put out their crops. The Fordson Tractor naving been introduced, the farmer who owns one of these machines la independent, as it will turn over more ground in one day than three men-witdouble shovel plows could break in a week or ten days. It is a labor saving machine, doing its work quickly and accurately. Last Wednesday one was in opera tion on E. L.-- Faulkner's farm, near Coburg, quite a number of persons being present, and they were astonished to. see the amount of ground it turned in a short time. It carries a .McKay Disc Plow. When this machine " was placed on MrFaulkner'sfarm he had not purchased it, Buchanan Lyon Company telling him. that if,, after trial, he did not want it they, would remove it. It was hot removed. Adair county farmers who want to do work, at less expense than oid way, should get in' communithe cation with the Buchanan Lyon Company. This machins la like the Ford Can It has come to stay, and tha farmer who does not buy one will everlastingly be behind with his work. up-to-d- For Sfle. frame residence,, one acre.'lot'. Hast be sold right away. . Other desirable homes in Colombia. Life Insurance, contracts that will " satisfy. Good two-sto-ry -- The Kemper Co. and thetobacco. The origin of tie tire is unknown, This was a popular Enterprise with the tobacco growers of the State, and the loss is a serious blow to the business interests of Greensburg We hope tha plant will be rebuilt in time for the growing crop, day ugust U and 15. The services and that sales will open promptly which pertain to the campaign for when the season for selling opens. "A Better World," "A Better Community" and "A Better Church" Victory for Columbia. will cousist of stereoptlcan views, and lectures by the above named minisLast Friday afternoon the Columbia ters all of whom are known and ad- Baseball Club met the crack News mired by Columbia people. Services Journal team of Campbellsville. en Saturday evening at 7:30 and Sunday the latter's grounds, where there was morning at 11. The church members a very intereating game, after Mr. are urged and the puqlic Is cordially Gozder got the umpires strung out. invited to attend. Services of like We have heard of games where there nature will also be held at Union on were player put out of the contest, Friday and Saturday Aug. 13 and 'l4. but never before were the umpires changed as many as four times. Trip to Mississippi. The first inning Campbellsville run in 7 scores, but after "Old Burley" Mr. B. O. Hurt and Mr. E. A. got at home the tide changed and out eturned from West Point, of 10 Innings, he only allowed them 3 Miss., last Friday. They went to hits and 2 scores. After the first innMississippi, prospecting and they were ing this was a very interesting game. perfectly delighted with the country both sides playing hard for victory, about West Point. Mr. Hurt was in bufithe Columbia boys just simply the office Saturday and reported that out played their opponents, who had he contracted for 260 acres of splen- won 8 games out of 10 played thisyear, did land, and he contemplates to take but they had not played Columbia up his residence in that settlement as before. The final score stood 10 to 9, soon as he can sell his property in 10 inning3. Adair county. Mr. McKInley took an The line up: . ,. option on a boundary of fine land and Columbia Campbellsville ' it is very likely that he will close a N. Pickett L F Roberts deal in a short time Davis .,RF Hord In speaking of his visft, Mr. Hurt Durham 2B Crouch stated that Mr. C. S. Harris and Mr. L. Lewis 3- B Petterson R K. Young, former citizens of A.Lewis Sanders this place, were delightfully situated, Woodard 1 B O. Sanders b"ut that they resided in West Point. Young P & C F O. Crouch He and Mr. McKinley, he ssys, were Bernard SSL. Crouch " v royally treated by these gentleman Calhoun P & C F. Kerr and their fapojllss, eve,ry courtesy The same clubs will meetrat L. W. shown them, anij that they were made T. S. campus, Columbia, . 13. to feel perfectly, atf home. Don't fail to come out. Mr. Harris and Mr. Young are dealers in real estate, and full attention Males For Sales. is paid Adair county prospective buyers. ' Mr. Hurt says that the1 country I have two good work indies' for site is much better than represented to Th'e? art Igdod Id g. him before leaving- home. He has- no at a bargain. hesitancy in advising his friends to go ' G. A. Atkins, Mil.ltdwri, 4j, : and see it: . Mc-Klnl- ey - . a - OB. 4-ug- - - lbfr-Rin- Birthday Party. Mrs'E. W. Reed Sparks Big 3 Ring Show Coming Pdid List. The following ire re?r padd subscribers add "rtnewls since 'our Issui of lasi ' ' -'- : Tuesday. Rollin Branham, Ira dl&nkgnship, B. B. Redman, M. 'Detiart, E. E. arrived from ttie bedside df the moth, er, and the babies were doing fine. i: My firth foi Sale.' -- farm of 118 acre is now for sale. It is situated on the Columbia and Jamestown road in one of the best communities in the country and only six miles from Columbia. 'Land in high state of cultivation, splendid dwelling With six rdomsjwith all conveniences1 including light plant installed. Extra' barns, necessary outbuildings two good' orchards It is ahome that will suit'ybu, and a farm that can't "fail to pldase you if yoa want to live in this part of the ro-cen- tly country. Will self" on reasonable terms. Reason for sellVngI !dm going ;J a South. B. O. Hurt, Oiaf k, Ky. , - Reliable information is at hand to the effect that a Syndicate of capitalists from Chicago and other points have contracted for. the immediate drii'ing of not less than twenty wells in the southern portion of Eussell county, on the south, side of Cumberland river and in close proximity to the McMead wells, and this is only one of the many operations shceduled-or that section The Carnanan wells on the Coffey farm on the north side f of the river, about one and miles from the locality mentioned, have not yet been tested under the pump, but they are making a splendid showing by the way, the oil is rising in them, and it is believed they will prove to be equally aj good as the '. McMead wells. one-hal- The Missionary Play. ' ' - J f A iair audldnca was at the .Baptist Church last Friday night, to witness given by. .child-ren- . the missionary-plays a' beautiful story and all the children did remarkably well and were highly complimented. The singing was cheering and the marches Scruggs, Franklin, berfect. Eev. Ky., delivered, a very interesting missionary address, bet ween acts. , It-wa- J.,, County Clerk. Neat has recently, is. sued the following marriage licenses: Fletcher Burton to Dannie B. Bryant;. W. A. Martin to Vinnie Weatherford; Rollin Coom'er to Flora Wilson; Clifton Page to Vervin I Parson; W. W. Sneed to May Montgomery. Sugar 26,per lb.,-- at ' T. G. Rasner & Son. ' -- McMead OH Company's well No. 4, Campbell Bros, farm, jCreelsboro, came in Friday morning --.very promising. Mrs Maggie McGormick, Bpwling The, rig caught fire, 'bub was saved, Green, is ia,the.!oouri6yV visiting .rela-ivi- a. : '' through tha hereto efforts of ttie drill. give her niece, " Mary Nell Bardett, of St Louis, a Sparks World Famous Shows are to f birthday: party 'last Thursday after- ' :vr t On Saturday,-Augus14th, begin exhibj. at Campbellsville, Friday r.t noon, .T tne utuawiiss was nve yeass Augr 13th, and from the newspaper ning at 10 a. m., I will offer for sale, at my residence, all my household old and all the: little girls and boys repor.t Drecedjrig them their exhibitt, v about town, warn invited, and late in tion will be worth going many miles goods. ' 1' All parties Iowing me drug accounts the afternoon the , Jawti and Eeed to geeu V6" Jjf4 Qome ware HKe.a oeenive .cne nappi- ,ii i Of tle many features carried by the wiu piease settle a& once, as x am ' est bunch of children called together show this season some of the animal preparing to leave the county. many a day. There acts are without doubt the most won Dr. J. N. Page. t in this town for vera games, and.music and the nicest derful and thrilling ever presented, to The town of Columbia is without' of refreshments rserved. ...Mary Nell an American audience. There .will lights, and there is no' telling when didnotinow what it was to be happy be the two herds of ponderous elethere will be regular running. Occa- until she commenced to., receive pres- phants, headed by earth's mightiest sionally the water power can be turn- ents from all her litole friends. The monster Big Zula, the skyscraper eleed on. The engine "'at the power home was decorated with fipwers and phant, the Sparks Stable of. shimmay house is out of commission, and just evergreens, a most inviting picture. and tango dancing horses, including The following were present: will be in operation, no one when it Caesar, champion high jumping horse Margaret Hamlett, Elizabeth Mont- of the world; and three groups of knows. gomery, Margaret Depp, Anna May statue horses and dogs in a Amanda Laura Menzies, series of classic poses and. groupings. We learn from Prof: E. V. Bennett Menzies, that the prospects for1 opening the Catherine.. Myers, Nancy Barnett, Then too, there.will be Five Cornallas, Lindsey-Wjlsothe last day of this Dorothy Barger, Lucile Patteson, daring girl acrobats, Flora Bedinl and month, is very flattering. Letters are Nina Phelps, Catherine Eussell; Mary and Bessie Hall is, America's foremost Btynes; Earl equestriennes and constantly arriving, making inquiry Faulkner, Margaret host of other tars about rooms and board.' A great deal Myers, John Eitchoy Walker, Herschel of the arenlc world. vi of improvement has been made on Baker Jones, ,Mqrris Baldauf, James The menagerie; of wild animals carthe buildings and everything wil.l be Montgomery Cravens. ried by the Sparks Circus is complete in readiness when the bell taps in every detail and contains rare and unThe Graded school building has costly specimens of the earth's most dergone, some needed repairs. .Anew curios animals. A parade1 of nearly A Quiet Wedding. roof has been placed on the building, two miles in length and of wondrous and other changes have been made in splendor will leave the ground daily at Last Wednesday afternoon about 1 the interior, making the building 10:30 a. m'., ''and will contain many o'clock, Miss Zella Pelley and Mr J. comfortable and much more cdnven-len- t. beautiful women and handsome horses D. Jarvis, of Barbourville, were hapQa the inside it will have the Interspered with four bands of music' pily married by Eev Er V. Bennett, appearance of a new building. The and two calliopes. Adv ' at the home of the bride's parents, new metal ceiling make the upper Mr. and Mrs. J. H Pelley, this city. rooms very inciting; "", Destructive fire at Greensburg. Soon after the 'ceremony the couple left for thBvhome of the groom. Taken Up. The bride has been teaching in BarOn Tuesday-morninthe 3rd .fnsc, for several years, and gi was bourville the Greensburg Leaf Plant was dein that place she became acquainted There are four yearling"" calves at stroyed by fire and 500000 pounds of with the gentleman who Is now her. my place, two black, one Jersey, one tobacco. The loss is estimated at $100,--, i. companion. light Jersey. The dwner can have 000 The tobacco had been stored In The bride is a very excellent young sametoy paying expenses. ' the building by various dealers. There lady, veryqulet.-i- disposition arid the was ibut little ilnsuranoe on the. plant C. D. Cheatham, Bliss? Xy. of her marriage will be .announcement Public Sale. , rt;iaitotimpbelbvll!e. .':Vr '''' - ..l .. 3 Willis, J. W. GOggln,' C. R. Jones D. M. Moore, N. B. Miller; Mrs. S.M. Wilson, E . H. Helm, B. S. Whitlock. Notice- mar-blesqu- All parsons who subscribed to the building of. the' rtn4 between Ben E. Eowe's and Gradvllle, Kentucky are hereby noticed to at once pay to the treasurer of Adair county, Bert Ep, person, one fourth of the amount sudscribed.. j W, S.. Sinclair, , Judge Adair Co. Court. ,.V . i Last-Wednesda- At the Parsonage. afternoon Mr. Eb-bi- rt n, Page add Miss Vdndra Reeco drove to the Baptist parsonage, this place, where' they were united in marriage by Eev,. L. J. B. Smith. Tha couple remained in Colnmbia until Tin Tday whentri'ey left' for Illinois wheiB the' groom holds a position. The' bride is a sister of the Eeece boys who are in business, in Columbia. . r-- " ,'. learn of the serious condition of MrsJ.S. Breeding, this place.'She wenb td Lonisvilla some days ago for an operation. The surgeon got ready to perform it bat after opening the parts, h,e decided that he could not relieve her. Her condition husband and is serious, and he daughters are with her. We are sorry to . g, t ' . J Jamestown met BurkesvIIle in a, ball contest last Saturday. On account of the rain the game was called off atr thelth' inning. It stood, 5for James-ownf- .4 -- n -- . -- 4 "". , - tf . 4? . , W' "" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN BIG I am STOCK OF CLOTHING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING $tael Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. rirst JncornoraTed and Brook now ready to supply young men, old men and boys CO- a with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving new 1 16 Caatfriaikel Street Between I can interest you in prices. If you need any ; Louisville, Ky. AUTOMOBILE LINE thing in this line, call at once. !! CJ l30808Q3G(3Gt3S38Gf Columbia and GampDelisville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. SHOES! SHOES!! I TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. bought them Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia My stock bf fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. PHONES p. m. tpbMe? W. E. NOE. KKKXKKKKXi i t i i i i BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds Colun 'bia Barber Shop fcS LOY & LOWE Rid- A at living prices. Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed. at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. 7r Give us a Trial and be Convinced. KK7K7t7r7T7l7r7K7T7T7ri Demon It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article andfprice. 7TTTtsfKffi7fZ WOODSON LEWI GliEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. land Co. visited Mr. Piercy last week. Mr. John Will Cundiff was at Gadberry last week on business. Mr, Owen Stone's little child who has scarlet fever, is much better at this writing. We are needing rain very badly in this part of the county. Clarence Todd, son of Joe Todd who haB been suffering with boils on his body, was able to go to school last week. slowly and .carefully. Avoid excitement, at this writing. and do not Mr. Loren McGuthrie, of beat or bruise .the animals. Cumberlaud Co., has moved to Load not to exceed 14,000 recently purchased pounds fat hogs and 16,000 his property of Mr. Will Jones, just below pounds stock hogs in a standard this place. car during the warm 36-foot Russell Creeh. Miss Tina Kelsay is very sick Load Mrs. Ben Hancock and three children are visiting her sister Mrs. Dick Squires at Campbells-vill- e the past week. Long of The two Misses Cumberland Co. who have been visiting Miss Lena McFarland have returned home. Mr. Eugene, Grasham is in Louisville on business. Mr. Bill Hood, one of our farmers, while busy in his crop, Glensfork. had his crib of old corn surrounded and taken possession of by rats. He called Ernest Cun-d- if The crops in this community f and biB two dogs and went are needing rain very- badly at into battle with the rats and present. killed 130 of them. Can any one Mr. Finis Thomas a soldier beat that killing rats? stationed at Baltimore, Md. was im- visiting his brothers and other Mr. Clay Suddarth don't prove very much,still confined to relatives in this community last week. his room. Mr. Dick Dudley of Oklahoma Miss Lena Williams who has been visiting her siBter in Iowa is visiting his mother and brofor the last six months has thers near here. home. The party at Mr. Charlie Mr. John Bault and wife were Thomase's last Friday night in Louisville last week to have given in honor of Mr. Finis Thomas of Baltimore Md. was hiB wife's eyes treated. reported Bern to the wife of Irvin Kelt- - largely attended and all ner, July the 28th a son. Mother a pleasant time. Mr. Otha Miller who has been and baby getting along fine. in IllinoiB for a few weeks has Mr. Long and son of Cumber I returned home. re--turn- ed weather. How to Avoid Losses to Hogs in Have water applied to the bedHot Weather. , ding in the car at available points immediately after the train stops. To prevent losses to livestock, Use ice on floor of car whenparticularly hogs, in transit during hot weather, the livestock ever possible, three blocks to a department of the Southern rail- car. Report inattention or neglect way system has issued the following suggestions to all ship- at once to Superintendent of di- rubber would suffice for the pers with request that they be vision on which shipment origi- manufacture of approximately LACK DRAUGHT 9,000,000 tires. Every working followed as closely as possible: nates. Never throw water directly day six miles of belting, six tons Haul or drive hogs to station Purely D packing and 11 mi'es of hose ample time to allow them to upon ftogs after they become of in Vegetable are turned out by 35,000 embecome rested and cool' before heated. Run it on floor of car ployees in addition to 45,000 auunder hogs instead. loading. tomobile tires. Four million ' When ordering a car for load-- ! P. 9 pairs of rubber soles for shoes When yu feel lazy out of sorts and ing hogs, insist upon a clean one are made every 12 months and bedded with sand, clay or earth.; yawn a good deal in the day time, more than 30,000,000 pairs of you need Herbine to stimulate your Senator Sheppard, who fathrubber heels are turned out in Wet thoroughly the bedding liver, tone up your stomach and purered the dry amendment in the period. Goodyear the same and interior of car before loadify your bowels. Price, 60c. Sold by Senate, will take the stnmp for Tires sold by Buchanan Lyon Co. ing. I i mathematicians who have spent time trying to estiA. F. SCOTT mate the age oi Ann or to determine why a chicken crossed a street, can take off their tortise- DEALER IN rimmed "specs" and rub their gGARFORD TRUCKS beetling brows in astonishment 1, 2, 3i, AND 5 TON over the annual production figures of The Goodyear Tire & For Low Co st per Ton, Mile Rubber Company. Last year SEE 45,000,000 pounds of cotton fabA. F. SCOTT, ric were used for various products, while in the same period Casey Creek, Ky. 108,000,000 pounds of rubber were manufactured into products for use all over the world. Here's where the staticians become dizzy. If the total amount Veterinary Surg con and Dentist s of a of rubber used in 919 was trans- 8 pecial attention given Disease ported at one time, the train of Domestic Animals 689 freight cars needed would Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on stretch for a distance of seven Jamestown road Phone 114 G. miles. It would be the annual Columbia ,'Ky production from 20,000,000 rubber trees, which would cover 208,000 acres of ground. To store this vast amount of rubber Accept equal to 39 days supply for the No Substitutes entire world 6,000,000 cubic for feet of floor space would be re quired. This mountain of crude - ri L. H. Jones 1 DBBBBBBflflflBti a a Thedford's g Liver Medicine 1 i BflflBBBBBflBBflfl Paul Drug Co. Adv. a small feed of grain before shipping. Heavy L. & N, employees express feed means more body heat gen- themselves as- willing to accept erated. the awards of the Labor Board Load not more than one hour in regard to increase of wages before the train is to depart. and no strike is thought likely Give only - Cox. When you feel dull, achey and sleepy and want to stretch frequently, Harding backers in New York you'are ripe for an attack of .malaria Take Herbine at once. Jt cures mal- are shaving the odds in aria and chills and pats the system in bets and there is plenty oi order. Price, 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Co. Ad? C ox money. their ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S9S HELPED OUT REIGNING BULL 1 MARK ADAPTABILITY OF MAN Automobile, Airplane, and Submarin Prove His Right to Rule Over g In the competition for survival. insects must be green, like their prey, or perish; woodpeckers, like the bark; the tiger, striped like leaf-eatin- LUCKY AND UNLUCKY DAYS Al- sip.f..HiiH Httsi?- Girc4i I1HHB to figure why -- Kindly Act of New Member of Herd Something the Keepers Had ri'Mnm Usually when a new bull is takpn Into the buffalo herd at Golden Gate park In San Francisco his standing is, promptly decided by a challenge from the head of the herd. The newcomer either wins the fight and in turn is exalted to the rank of sovereign or he Is defeated and shown his place. Rut a new bull, Mogul, recently proved to he an exception. He was two years old, a fine example of what a young huffalo should be, and he seemed thoroughly content to mind his own bu- -i ness and to let the other hulls mind theirs. No one would have known that there was a new buffalo in the herd. One morning the keepers saw that there was something In the air. Mogul was sniffing round the reigning bull. They were apart from the herd, heads down, and were moving round slowly. It was the queerest beginning of a bullfight that the keepers had ever seen. It appeared as if Mogul would knock out the old bull with one toss. As they moved round and round Mogul seemed to be horning the other bull In the eye, and the other bull did not seem to be making the least resistance. Then they pulled apart and Mogul put down his head. The old bull had a bunch of thorny cactus sticking over his right eye, and Mogul was horning it off as best he could with his clumsy short little horns. Finally, after two more attempts, circling round as before, he got the cactus off, and each moved away about his own business. Youth' Companion. ' Study of Statistics Will Enable most Any One to Justify His IWJUHWi w1kw. 1 Mil I aPetBelief. - jHBBL Camels sell! Mm JH iH four-month- You should know why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying, First, quality second Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which, you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight 1 sunshine through the rushes. The fittest survive. "A black, sheep" Is more than a figure of speech. The struggle for existence demands his murder In the flock of white, conspicuous in contrast Adaptation or death. The crafty little chameleon Is the prince of color adapters. Faculties used, are sharpened; If neglected, they waste away Into vestigia the appendix in man. Eyes of moles and burrowers are slowly closed wiith skin and fur. The fluffy little lap dog has weak eyes. But cavern toads, with eyesight almost gone, will recover dim perception in slowly graduated light. And cats improve their sight to penetrate shadow land. Man noticed the pupils of his eyes contract in sunshine, and enlarge in darkness saw the bat, and understood. On all sides he saw tills principle at work: Bears, fur coated, restricted to the cold; the dolphin, In the sea; the eagle, the bird of freedom, alert always to escape In flight. He therefore devised the automobile, the airplane and the submarine, to Jump from mountain top to ocean bottom. . This adaptability of his body of diversified surroundings has made him monarch of the natural kingdom. night-prowlin- Cold, hard statistics prove that the greatest number of premier awards for gallantry were won on Monday. No other day showing anything Ilka the same record, though the much-malign- fc. ed Friday stands out noticeably. Which fact gives some color to the superstitions many people have about certain days of the week being Incky, while others are unlucky. Tuesday seems to be the bad day of the week; calamities are far more common on that day than on any other day. Railway disasters, fires, street accidents the record In each case Is? held easily by Tuesday. And it Is the day most favored, too, by thosa who desire to put an end to their existence. Saturday also has a bad reputation ; its specialty Is murders; and fully half the petty crime that Is dealt with In the police courts occurs on that day. But probably that Is because Saturday also holds the record for g drunkenness. There is nothing very distinctive about Thursday beyond the fact that it Is the day upon which the birthrate Is highest: and Sunday Is noticeable only for Its low death-ratWednesday is, above all the rest, the day of weddings. This applies to all classes, and nearly as many marriages are celebrated on that day alone as upon any three of the others. Montreal Herald. e. Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there ! And, Camels never tire your taste I You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor ! RUSSIA LAND OF HOLIDAYS WANTED TO "GO IT ALONE" Many Years Ago Missouri Declared Her Ambition to Become an Independent Republic. Missouri once had intention of setting up as an independent republic all by herself. The Session acts, state of Missouri. contain a memorial to the congress of the United States relative to the Santa Fe trade. It tells of an expedition of traders to Santa Fe in 1812 from St Louis, though it Is not specifically stated that they went over the Santa Fe trail. The early Session acts of the Missouri legislature, starting In 1S24, contain many Interesting resolutions and memorials to congress on all manner of political and historical subjects. Incidentally the MIsnurl constitution of 1S20 starts with the preamble that the citizens of the state agree to form and establish a free and independent republic by the name of the state of' 1S3S-1S39. FIRST UNITED STATES "Fugios," COINS Au- Almost Innumerable Occasions When All'Work Is Suspended and Time Spent in Pleasure. Made of Copper, Were the Earliest Issued by Direct thority of Congress. For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any cigarette in the world at any price I BLEND mA of20 cia' carton We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office suppl or when you travel. rettes; or ten packages ( 200 cigarettes) R. glaasino-paper-cover- Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically sealed packages in a J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wimton-Sale- N. C. RED CROSS NURSES FOURTH RED CROSS WIN SCHOLARSHIPS ROLL CALL ANNOUNCED Nine Red Cross chapters In the Lake Division have given scholarships poBt graduate tor a course In Public Health Nursing at Western Reserve University, Cleveland, to nurses In their communities. On completion of their study Sept 1, they will return to their homes and carry on the Public Health Nursing program of the Red Cross, which Includes visiting nursing, school nursing, Instruction work, and general community service In caring for health. Chapters which have awarded these scholarships are RIcbwood, Union County, Ohio; Lagrange, Ind.; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Montpeller, Williams 'County, Ohio; Zanesvllle, Ohio; Brazil, Ind.; South Bend, Ind.; West Alexandria, Ohio, and Bluffton, Ind. s' The "fugios" were the earliest coins issued by the authority of the United States, and were of copper. It was in April, 1787, that the congress of the L'nited States authorized the board of treasury to contract for 300 tons of copper coin of the federal standard "agreeably to the proposition of Mr. James Jarvis, provided that the premium to be allowed to the United States on the account of the copper contracted for be not less than 15 per cent," and "uit "it be coined at the expense of the contractor, but under the Inspec- nearly universal membership as possible and the support of peace time activities. These activities are continuation of measures In behalf of America's veterans of the World War, particularly TRAINING COURSES the disabled; service to the peace time Army and Navy, development of OPEN FOR TRAINING a stouter reslstence to disease centers, Increasing of RED CROSS WORKERS through healthnursing resources, conthe country's tinued preparedness for disaster reIn the summer session at Ohio lief. Home Service and community State University, Columbus, the Red work and completion of relief work Cross, In with the uni- among the and disease-ridde- n versity. Is offering a six weeks' course peoples overseas. of training for persons who wish to become Red Cross executive secreQUESTIONNAIRE BRINGS taries or chapter managers. This is designed to meet the deMONEY FOR VACATION mand for trained executives to promote the Red Cross peace time program. Instructors Include prominent In a certain Lake Division town, men on the university faculty. Na- there's a mother of a former soldier tional and Divisional Red Cross lead- who has nearly flOO extra, to spend ers and others of national repute. for herself this summer, The Red Cross Home Service section in that community sent questionCOMMUNITY INSPIRED men, asking naires Co all o affairs had them, if all their TO INCORPORATE TOWN been satisfactorily settled. The particular soldier In question Coke Otto, a small mining com- was discharged .soon after the Armismunity near Hamilton, Ohio, isn't con- tice and had never learned that some tent to be Just a group of people any t.ovfil naw Ttraa UUO Mm AftaT A toA VJ TIJ 4na longer read over the questionnaire he deCoke Otto wants to be an incor- cided to look up the Home Service porated town. secretary an And out about some of And it's all the result of community the things noted among the queries meetings and activities inaugurated As a result he Just received a check by the Rural Extension Secretary ol for $96.48 that he didn't know was Hamilton Chapter of the Red Cross. due him until the Red Cross questionWhen Hamilton engaged its rural naire came. He gave the money to worker, she went among other places his mother for a vacation. This is a to Coke Otto, where perhaps 700 peo- typical example of the service given ple live. Sanitary conditions were by the Red Cross. very lax there, so one of the first movements was the organization of a "tin can brigade." This was divided and prizes into eight "Whole hog or none," was the were offered the group that kept the most rubbish out of the community motto of certain gentlemen in for a specified length of time. Subsequent community meetings tbe early days. Today it has have shown the people of Coke Otto flood been modernized and abbreviatthe need for street clean-upprotection and sanitation. "After the third meeting the community decided ed into "whole hog." that better and quicker results could be obtained through united efforts. Hence the plan to become an Incorporated town. We frankly admit that it is war-exhaust- Announcing the Fourth Red CrosB Roll Call, to be held between November 11 and November 26, 1920, Dr. Livingston Farrand, chairman of the Central Committee, made known the fact that as a result of last year's Roll Call, the American Red Cross haB ten million members. The Red Cross has decided to make each anniversary of the ending of the world war the occasion for renewing allegiance to the "Greatest Mother" by means of the dollar membership. Thus the Fourth Roll Call will have for Its purpose the maintenance of as 3 Was Very Weak "After the birth of my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattie Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very veak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." 5 tion of an officer appointed and paid the United States." It Is presumed that this copper coin contract was made as directed for on Friday, July 6, 1787. the congress adopted this resolution: "That the hoard of treasury direct the contractor for the copper coinage to stamp on one side of each piece the following device, viz.: Thirteen circles linked together and a small circle In the m!d- lle with the words 'United States' around it, and in the center the words. We are one.' On the other side of he same piece the following device, viz. : A dial with the hours expressed m the face of it, a meridian sun above, on one side of which is to be the word nijrlo and on the other side the date 1787'; below the dial the words. 'Mind your own business.'" by Russian people observe rigorously all religious holidays five at Christmas, ten at Easter, three at Carnival, and almost every week one extra day, when an anniversary of some saint Is celebrated. On these days everything Is closed, and nobody works. The six weeks of fasting preceding Easter are strictly observed by everybody, and the more devout do not even eat eggs or drink milk, and do not use sugar, because it Is refined with blood. The last three days of Holy week are still more respected, for no food at all Is consumed. For Easter Sunday, very large cakes, sometimes three or four feet high, are cooked with beautiful ornaments on the top, and eggs skillfully painted. Both cakes and eggs, with other eatables, are brought on Easter eve near the church and placed all about on the ground. After the midnight mass a procession of priests and choirs comes out and walks around the church, blessing all the food, which Is arranged before them as in a market Easter Sunday and the two following days are dedicated to paying vis- Its. Every man calls upon his ac-guaintances. Visitors are obliged to eat and drink wherever they happen to go. otherwise they will offend the d host " Demi-God- s of Old Rome. Castor and Pollux, also called the Dioscuri, were heroes or demi-god- s of early Grecian mythology. They were brothers and said to be the sons of was one. of the pivotal states In the history of this country. It was made such In the ancient fight In congress over the slavery question, which took up the admission of free and slave states and considered the balance thereof In congress. Missouri was also a pivotal state in yet another and larger sense she was the jumping-of- f place for that wild and unknown country called the Wild West the land west of the Missouri river. She made the midway point between the frontiersmen of Kentucky and those of the great plains, occupying a generation of history herself as a frontier commonwealth. Missouri. Missouri TAKE : TheWomans Tomc "I found after one bottle of Cardui I was im- war-tim- "' proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six bottles of Cardui and , . . I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-sen- d to , Autograph Hunter's Coup. sometimes hunting Autograph c rove a most "profitable pursuit. Picard. a French Bohemian of the 7Os. made a steady income out vt it for several years. One of his most successful coups was accomplished with a letter in which he posed as "a member of the unhappy race of the unappreciated who is meditating suicide and seeks for counsel and aid in this hour of ore distress." This drew a number of celebrities, including Beranger and Heine. Lacor-lair- e sent him ten closely written pages, which were promptly converted into cash. Dickens also fell a victim of his wiles and took the trouble to answer him in French. Eventually Picard was shown up In the press by Jules Sot deau and had to seek nother occupation. Lud-ovi- Zeus, who in Grecian mythology corresponds to Jupiter In the mythology of Rome. Castor was famous for his skill in taming and managing horses, and Pollux for his skill In boxing. Although they were buried, says the Grecian poet Homer, yet they cama to life every other day and enjoyed divine honors. The worship of Castor and Pollux was introduced at Rome at an early time. They were held to have aided the Romans in battle with the Latins, or natives of Italy, and a temple was erected to them in the forum. After these two mythical heroes wns the ship named In which St Paul completed his memorable voyage to Italy, in order that he might appeal to Caesar for justice and protection. Eskimo Inherently Honest The Eskimo regards honesty as paramount. He will never misrepresent facts, and although he may want to dispose of an article badly he will rather depreciate it than run the risk of over praising. A man who lies or deceives another Is- severely punished. An Eskimo will not permit a fellow man to need for food or clothing, once he has enough for himself and his family. War, to the men of the North, is unknown. They decide differences by staging dance duels and outslnging each other, and old men act as judges to decide winners. In this way honor Is satisfied. Brutality Is unknown. In combating nature, fighting the walrus, the whale and the bear with primitive weapons, the Eskimo displays unusual coolness and plans his way out of danger with extreme - expedition in Greek legend. The equivalent of his name in Greek la the healer or atoner. Jason was tutored and brought up under Chiron, a Greek myth renowned for his wisdom and skill in medicine, hunting, music and prophecy. Jason's greatest exploit was his expedition with the Argonauts in quest of the Golden Fleece. Jason secured this by the aid of Medea, a sorceress who fell In love with him. She protected him from the bulls breathing fire and hoofed with bras3 which he was obliged. In order to obtain the fleece, to yoke to the plow. She also protected him from the armed men who sprang up from the dragon's teeth which he was required to sow In the fields. Medea fled with Jason and the fleece and married him. Ten years later Jason abandoned her after she had murdered Creusa, whom Jason had determined to marry. Lesson in Dietetics. Jason a Legendary Character. Jason was the leader of the Argo-naut- ic a -- 'i " 1 1st 'f ' C. ' I i me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need of a go6d, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be just what you need. ts AH X. Druggists g Englishman on Papal Throne. Pope Adrian IV was by birth an Englishman, and the only one of that nation who ever occupied the papal chair. He was a native of Langley, near St. Albans, In Hertfordshire. He was born before A. D. 1100, his real name being Nicholas Breakspear. He was said to have left England as a beggar, and to have become a servant or lay brother In a monastery near Avignon, in France. Here he studied with such diligence that he was elected abbot in 1137. He was made cardinal bishop of Alba in 1146, and went Upon his to Denmark and Norway. return to Rome Nicholas was unanimously chosen pope against his own inclination, in November, 1154. holding that post until his death at An-agn- parka-hoode- d n. l, September 1, 1159 Alarm Clock for the Deaf. An alarm clock which will prove useful to the deaf and also to those whom the ordinary alarm clock fails to arouse has recently been patented. At the hour at which the alarm is set not only does the bell ring but a wooden- ruler taps the sleeper gently on the Is s, Armistice Day, November 11, to God-likThanksgiving Day, November 25 the we Fourth Red Cross RoH CalL e v wants to pose as God. head until the "cease action" lever pulled. This should prove efficacious to love our enemies as ple with whom you can argue, except for those who sleep with their heads under the bed clothes. The inlove ourselves. But who but, it's a devil of a job to locate vention has received the patronage of the American Association of the Deaf It's an easy matter to find peo- one you can convince. and Dumb. But the grass snake ought not to be confounded with the rattlers, cobras or pythons. It Is as harmless to humanity as a frog and a good deal No greater enemy to more useful. bugs Is In existence. And slugs are among the most hurtful of garden and field pests. sTney keep down the numbers also of such other pests as mice, shrews and other small rodents. But as slug destroyers they deserve to be cherished rather than massacred at sight, which Is their usual fate. fatal. Value of Snakes. Most people have a decided shrinking from snakes, which Is not to be wondered at In tropical countries, where their bite Is venomous and often What bread needs to make it a perfect food a perfect food is that which contains protein, carbohydrates, and faUIn certain definite proportions 13 something with fat In It Hence bread "and butter," and bread "and dripping," and bread "and cheese." Pork and beans pair quite properly, because the beans supply the absent protein. When you eat beef and potatoes, or roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, the pairing makes a perfect food. The pairing of condiments Is not a matter of taste alone. Cabbage is peppered because It was discovered that pepper discounted the excessive action of greenstuff on the bowels. Mustard goes with beef, but not with mutton, because mutton Is much more easily digested than beef, and mustard is a s digester. Montreal Herald. first-clas- i Must Have Known What Was Coming. "You remember the real estate men who used to advertise that buying: your own home was better than paying rent" "Yes." "Well. they, certainly knew they were talking about didn't , they? what Economy. Without economy none can be ridv. and With It few will be poor. Doctoe Johnson. i I 4- T$1!G bfc?xSgSsff!5's?w , Cdair. &liirjuuiflfcjiwg -- mate have been officially' notified "Published of their nominations for Presie dent President Both t Golam6ik eiYtncky 1 eftverSd r strong t g&tlemen f &J E.MURREL.L, - ' .' ejra speeches' of acceptance, and Mm they are now ready for the fight, MRS. DAISY HAMLEtT, ! T both feeling confident of their riMr nmrrrirtt iltrrttfl te tba !nttit Pi On their first speak, tkcOtty cf CehuoMaed h mU of Adair election. ing tour Gov. Cox will take the East and Mr. Roosevelt the Botercd at the Columbfc.' PbfrtrOffice s second West. .' natter, and-Vici -- ftstfs Gov. Cox "413:S5535SSrtw5 running" was creawnior ine oonamgToT and. his -- Wiiii II lh-d--jw-j- -1 ADAIR COUT5t ember election and BSid6oinmit- tee was appointed and served from said date up until thiB .. . -- UT ir Andwheras during said tfine its members have rendered val liable aid to the party and to theil country in uniting the Democrat's in this Commonwealth for the coming campaign: Therefore, be it resolved that this committee extends to said committee .andjts Chairman, P. H. Callahan, its profound gratitude, and thanks for its work.' Chairman Grayot, in his statement of acceptance, said: "I am greatly pleased to find the party in such a harmonious condition and in such splendid fighting shape. From every hand come cheering reports of the entire ticket. The campaign will be a vigorous and aggressive one." enthu-siasmjfor ..11 44444S44 , ;, EW i. TWttssr-lMMMai1ttMMtaa, i ' . - ; "f, STORE OF QUALITY t 4 4 ie m&n -- t 4 -" ;-- 4 The defeated candidates, for WED. AUG 11. 1920. the nomination for Congress, stated in their speeches over, the Subscription Price lei ktfll&d tottsl Zone district, that whichever one .SO per jer. A.H Zooee beyond Sod $2Ltb petfyear was nominated "the other two A. Subscription due and Payable InTAdTance would work diligently for the nominee untiL. the,; close of the Democratic Ticket V polls at the November election. They are all good Democrats and FOR PRESIDENT there is not a doilbt but the de JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. feated .candidates will carry out J Men antf. Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc.; Ladies Dress Goods and Not VJJ ii'i tions, shoes and Slippers for '. .,, .Everyone. L -:- - ... ... "V rx,jJU.r BECKHAM. t.i fneu.J'lAises. : FEOKLIH D. ROOSEVELT, of NewlYork. i, CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE fat"' o 9 !''- The race for the Democratic nomination for Congress was pulled off throughout the Eighth FOR CONGRESS &ALPH GILBERT district last Saturday. i of Shelby County, The vote was very, light m . 7? each county making up the dip When sman votes his choice trict The full vote has not ad in a primary he knows but one yet been received, but a sufiif candidate can be nominated and cient information is in to wa$ if he does not get.bJs choice, he rant us in making the announce-- : should vote for the candidate in ment that Judge Ralph Gilbert,, the general election who. was seof Shelby county, was nominated lected. That is the only way to by a small plurality, over Col. party success. Frank L. Ripy,. of Anderson; "A Bad Haircut in the Devil's county. Geo, P. Davis, of Ca sey county, was third in the Barber shop" was the subject of a colored ministers discourse, derace. livered at the court-hous- e last A real Democrat is one who The following is the vote of " Sunday. He read the story of takes a pride in the principles Adair county by precintsr Sampson and Delilah, then flew enunciated by his Tarty, and Davis. West Columbia, 15 into his subject. who VOteH at: PVPrv olofKnr East Columbia, 10; Milltown, 42; fVoters of that determination Keltner, 0 ;. Grady ville, 2; Elroy, Gov. Cox in his speech of ac will oe needed more in the com- 3; Harmony, 14; Glensfork, 17; ceptance makes the League of ing November election than in White Oak, 17;.Little Cake, 14; Nations the paramount issue. any contest in the recent past. Pellyton, 20; Roley 8; Cane ValIn fact he endorses the Wilson Every man who is for the Cox ley, 3; Egypt, 5; (South Columadministration upon all points at el e c t o r s and for Senator bia, 12. Total 184. jssue. Fifty thousand people West Columbia, 36; . Ripy. Beckham's S7ere in Dayton to hear him, s h ofu' 1 d ! b e c o m e diligent East Columbia, 44; Milltown, 5; more than two thousand from every vote will be needed. The Keltner, 0; Qradyville, l'O; El'Mr. Harding's town of Marion. Democrats can not win in the roy, 6; Harmony, , 5; Glensfork, . There was a military burying State if many of them remain at 14; White Oak, 17; Little Cake, at Jamestown last Sunday. The home on the day of the election. 5; Pellyton. 3; Roley, 5; Cane remains of Sam Piercy, who The Republicans are going to Valley, 9; Egypt, 6; South Codied on a ship, going over, and use all the power and persuasion lumbia, 20. Total, 185 buried in France, were brought they can command, not only to Gilbert West . Columbia, 47; back. Quite a number of for- get their vote out, but they will East Columbia, 24; Milltown, 17; mer soldiers were present and a use every trick they can turn to Keltner, 2; Gradyville, 12; Elroy, large circle of friends. The re- win support from the Democrat- 40; Harmony, 10; Glensfork, 29; mains were buried with honors ic party. Let no man be de- White Oak,12; Little Cake,5;Pel- of war, firing of gunB, etc. Mr. ceived. There is a fight to a fin- lyton, 4; Roley, 15; Cane Valley, Geo. W. Lowe, this place, went ish on, and every man wh be- 50; Egypt, 17; South Columbia, up and sounded the bugle dirge. lieves in the party of Jefferson 33. Total, 317. Gilbert's plu- should vote, and use his influ- rality 133. Hon. John L. Grayot, of ence to get other voters to go to has been chosen,. Qhair-xna- n the pollsl A Democrat can not HIGH POINTS IK COX'S SPEECH, OF of the DemocraticCampaign do his party any service by reACCEPTANCE. Committee, and, has already maining at home on the day of Champions League of Nations upon his duties. The se- the election. It Is true-tha- t the proposed by President Wilson. lection was unanimously made election is three months off, but Willing to accept interprefca-- " ,by the State DemodratitfCommit-tee- r there is lots of work to do from n tions not disturbing to vital Mr. Crayot is now until that time. A party over 'the State as a successful that stands for universal peace campaigder, having filled impo- should 'League or no league" is be supported, and sup rtant district positions and was ported heartily. The League of clearly defined issue; "the sudefeated. He will thor- Nations, never when signed, makes it preme issue of the century." oughly organize the State, and impossible Says Senatpr Harding in plain for another. World will start at once his lieutenants war, and it is a pity that all jnen words proposes that America rewith the view of getting out ev- can not see alike on this ail im- main out of league. ery Democratic vote in. the Com- portant question. If there is a First duty of Democratic monwealth, both men and wo- man living who knows the needs will be to ratify men.- The women who believe of this nation it is the President treaty. in Democratic principles should of the United States, and he is Prohibition not mentioned, but take pleasure in voting in order the father of the document strict law enforcement promised. that they may be maintained, in agreed upon at Versailles. Declares women are entitled both State and National elections, to vote and urges ratification of RESOLUTIONS. amendment. Judge Frank Gilbert has wired Republican stand scored as reaMr. J. T. Goodman, this place, says Harding was that returns are all in from the "Whereas there was created ctionary-and in December 1919 a State Ad- named by Senatorial oligarchy. . primary but one precinct in Charges millions have been Spencer county, and that his visory Committee to serve9 until majority in the district is 471. the regular campaign committee gathered for Republican cam- - FOR UNITED STATES SENATE s' J. C. W. This week we place in our ticket,- - first column, editorial page, the name of Ralph Gilbert, for Congress, and will make the best fight we can for his election. This is 'Presidential year, and the district is Democratic by about 2,500 votes and we can see no reason why Judge Gilbert should not win in November. )Wheut a primary, is over every Democrat in the district should get behind the nbinJ inee, and we believe that in the November contest Judge Gilbert will be successful . over . Hon. King SwopeVthe present Repre sentative. ? , . t- THE CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY.; - Progress Range Stoves ,- N r4 Sal Vi . :, fi Albm Murray - ,iyni 4 Columbia, Phone 12 Kentucky Next Door to. The Adair .County New Office. 4$444Q4M46'64444ifr4 i FARM FENCING !"" HELENA RANGE STOVES GLOBE TJRES and TUBES J. F, KURFEES PAINT Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs General Line Hardware and Groceries , & re-electi- i- - SFssmj BARGER r Bros. , Columbia, Ky. Madi-sonvill- e, .en-ber- ed mUMMmmmmmmMffmMmm paign. "Deplores on collection action, ve iiiiHiii 13-- well-know- prin-cipl- e. election of a new under corrupt auspices," and. demands plainabout contributions. Takes up the Democratic standard, "a fre ian, unfetter- , ; $n Kes. Phono Business PhoM selling and ing by farmers favored, N Says nation owes a debt to th Dr.pendents of soldiers who died and the wounded who heed eduDENTIST- cation and rehabilitation. Mexican situation improved by eu uy piuimaeo. policy of Democrats. .'Scores Republican platform hands-of- f Offi.f ront Rooms Jeffries B'l'd. absence of "a line that Give the .railroads a fair test for UP breathes emotion of pride" in under private ownership, he sugthe nation's war achievements. gests. Pledges heavy and immediate COLUMBIA, KY Republican proposal for a septaxes, arate peace would be the most reduction of Government could be run on disheartening event in civiliza tion since the Russians made $4,000,000,000 a year with budGIVE. US THAT NEXT JOB . their separate peace with Ger-- get system. Commends federal reserve act. many. OUR WORK B Advocates repeal of war laws Promises profiteers will suffer THE NEWS is $1.50 and restring freedom of speech, penalty of the criminal 1 aw. Fair ..returns for capital and Conservation of children and $2.00 per year. Send in prevention of child labor labor advocated. our subscription at oncer stand should be taten Definite 13-- A de-tru- J. Murrell i - UP-TO-DA- TE t .v , && APAlfcG0UNTNEW8 ff.?SMT&J J - 5 .a I'J' V WW. iK or - - IO . OE ZOE L42 J aw, ta. i 1 ' a WH 3lJ- i O 0 il tm i m iVM Prices on Coffees v1 Reduced i Vj ! DAW ;.; nk MC tt .. b m4 m 2 i a. U "i m m' hf m M. i, 1 h V HARBWARfe COMPANY vV . .. Successors 'to Jeffries, Hardware Stpre r, m3- - stftft'1. ' v.V --. - V" f 1Y7 VT C Ll:..,. ,.,. lCllGTC nc .,T1 CUll j "" rt uiuib vwu Retail ..v.- tkin all tk.w - vv.v liniups in Columbia. There.is a Reason 1 t. .'f Dealer In i . fc'Mwj-.-jif'jat- J All Rinds of Hardware, Stoves Ranges,; Buggies, Harness? .v "' f Read This Ad and you will know why PILGRI'gT COFFEE 20c per pound l XV vt 2M: and Farming Impfemettts.'5 A 'carefully selected stock. of Hardware at Reasonable prices. Tinware 1 i'l1'' o toti o PilPflgrim is thoroughly cleaned, carefully storied and sifted, has sjrong rich Kio flavor. Don't compare grim with the coffee others pffer in trying' to meet our prices. "MONARCH" 32 cts per lb. Monarch is an extra fancy large bean Santos Coffee, thoroughly cleaned witti its flavor.- - The most discriminating customers are delighted 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 - Wagon, Paints D O : Li Xtti u , A J f ,," f: ft - ' I. andJOils''-st ,t . j"" Full Line-o- f 'Farm Implfmentsi 'pn ' J: I ,j i RUSSELL & CO. i i y'ti' 0 )- We Also Handle Auto Supplies i.r j ' iftAWfti ta. We invite you to call arid, seeus when in, th1 ,f market fo'r anything in our -- ;v . . line v .. .'-- ' MX o ' Mm 15 $ . ri '. - I -- THE UNIVERSAL CAR - liSSTJl ' HARDWARE CO & - VV Tvj i- vt 7 1 ' i. 1SW a! a wAtthe Jeffries y Old Stand t ;i v- - i. &Vtt A J, ! A .,iA 4 - - The Ford One Ton Truck may well be classed as an agricultural necessity, i fits into and fills so many wants oh 'farm. It is a reliable bearer of farm burdens, not only doing the work of -- ?? SHI jftej'- Phone 171 i Columbia, Kentucky ;!! ' W 0 ihe several hbrses' quicker and better than ;the horse, Farmer's and does not "eat it head off" when not working. 1 HICK xhe aggressive farmer has only to consider the possibilities of the Ford truck and he is ready to buy one. We judge this to be so from the way farmers are buying them. , US The Truck Cnassis $649.85 f. o. b. Detroit. Average Man?S Property THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N COMPANY. INCORPORATED.. Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville; Ky. Come In and See the $7,000,000 3Vfc-in- di Tire Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. Material and labor costs haveadvanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are still going up. Have you increasgd your insurance to ' cover the increase in values? . protected if the fire should occur today? Are you fully te .special machinery, special .methods, special organiza- This is the famous Firestone, molded 3 inch tire that ia3 its- own plant, its owa - tion. Montpelier. Mr. John pro-4QcUo- ni. Oius Firestone serves car and Browder Calowners with quantity This permits a houn, sons of Lee Calhoun, this value fit tireS1iever before looking well through- place, who have been employed aKSfffplished at the price. Crops are The Service Agency" MONE7 BACK Insurance in all Its Branches. out Jthis section, yet they are out west, visited their father WQKtqmanKHunt'i Salts i your share of these ( ?et nusiat&etrcataeatofBesema. Columbia; savings by having us eqwg recently. Browder still here at Dmt became dUeeorased g n needing rain. Kentucky. jBtbef treatments faSctf. you. Mr. E. R. Willis is suffering present. T ctstii case. Yoacni Mjtf(nj Bk present. been threshed lei Wheat has with rheumatism at crops 1 School is progressing nicely throughout this section and management of Miss are sorry, yet some better' than Sold by Paull Drug Company. under the was expected at first. Margie Antle. Cumberland Grocery Co From Indianna. . A. Taylor, Jr., who had the Parwin Reece and sister, Mr. S. r ingand going back home. We of getting his arm Ophelia, visited relatives and misfortune ' On Dear Editor and Faculty: White might come, too, if Mrs. Moore broken, is fast improving. friends at Sparksville, last week some delay, will attempt After Several of tb.e young folks in and attended the4 reunion at to write a short letter to ' tfie and children would agree to it. Shoes It any of my friends should be this section attended the social, Weed. News. To some who might haye at the home of" LO.. Blair, Glens-forWrite often Melvin L. White done as I have, wandered :to interested in dairying this is th6 M last Saturday night. enjoy your letters very some other state, will give them place, as the market is near and We products are high. This country G. G. Bennett's well machine much. a brief description of this part. something like Adair August 12. which is'being operated by GarIhd. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blanken-shi- We located in southern Goiinty. About all we haVe over rison & Smithy have recently SUGAR 26 cents per pound of Crocus, visited at the about nine miles from New Al 61d Adair is the markets. It drilled a well at Pleasant Hill home of J. P. Clayton last Sun- bany, on the Southern Railroad. costs us but very little to put school house and are now drill- day. This part is adapted to corn, hogs, cattle, in fact anything we ing one for Mr. R. A. Stone. son wheat, oats, hay, vegetables and can. produce, on the Louisville Mr. Charlie Rowe and J. V. Dudley and wife visited Martin, made a business, trip to all kinds of fruits common to the market. Green apples are bring Glens-forcentral states.' Wheat is being' the former's mother at Sparksville, last week. " from $1.25 to 2.00 per bu Sunday. threshed, and the yield is run- ing Mr. W. E. Bradshaw and wife ning low, average about 15 bu. blackberries from 60 to 90c per about six or seven hundred. and farmed last .year, now to Mrs. John Antle and little those who want evidence can,, Louisville, visited the former's per acre. Hay is fair, corn is gallon. We sold our cherries at Have three churches, a high call on my friend L. C. gtuuddaughter. this place, visit-xe- d' of school and the finest lot of musiG. A. Bradshaw and good, considering late planting, home, with stem attatched' for tol again and moved to in Columbia the lat- parents, cians known in this part. Have a relatives days-o- f last week. r have met about fifty families 6,0c per gallon. We are getting young todies brass band, that town, ind am just living es.y, wife,,several but I can't tell hbw long it C ,i ter, part of last week, what, we of Kntuckians since Februrary 55c-pe- r lb for butter, and milk furnishes music for the surrouud last. You know that the H. C. L. SanOur paper is just ing country, and they play for keeps- every body guessing, R. T. Bennett sold W. M. All So let's make it better. who have bought homes in this jarings about 34c per gallon for all the reunjbns, picnics, and enjoying good health. make. With kinddusky a nice lot of lumber which 'faivra'' naov Viavo T2t 1a tiivtrr est regards to Newsand frierds; Adair people all write vicinity. As in every case, some creameries. We are .located in ,,, TnrfroKTVrWi to market at an So let us is preparing I remain yours sincerely. he are well.pleaBed, some, are e ell- - Georgetown, a little town of on Feb. 19, 1919, bought a farm oftener. D. M. Moor REEJ3 BROS. I fftgttotte 5 Special 10 days Sale Slippers and - k, percent Disttwt n, p, SalelBegins Thursday L. M. Smith, k. Cane Valley, Ky. Hi-.1-ma- - uf early Ite. 2&z&z.,, :Siariiiaw. iLLGSand, Artistically D Hi D To Match Color Schemes ncopomn r" tires inWhy did sales of Firestone crease 96$? the first six months of this year? Themotoring public found in the product exactly what it demanded a balanced tire 3&-inch WISS CLEANERS & DYERS -&SpEiSiar Why Use Faded or Old Tiresome Colors? Have Them Renewed By a New Color. libfcfifriite. ks unifdrm service. You, multiplied by thousands, getting your most miles per dollar expended for tires, demonstrated the efficiency of the balanced 3& the Firestone. Oertels WUBlE-MWi DRINK TAe Z)nnc Aa Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it In yout home at all times The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. CiaiBmgiHCBBiiBannHBBaBBiBBBiiiui Incorporated "Makers of Oertel's Light, or Dark or Double Dark," Firestone built a single plant (Plant No. low cost most miles per dollar. 2) to specialize in tires for small cars and got Tesults which have been passed on to you at Buchanan Lvon BkK rBKmr ( non skid ) &L soffit Co. Distributor, Campbellsville, Kentucky. tery of rubber compounding, the mysIt is more than thickness of tread, theof the size breaker strip, the number of plies of fabric, the heavy cushion or the greater air displacement that has put greater tire mileage more economy more comfort at your call of all parts It is the balanced of the Firestone ZVi by specialists who have given eighteen years' study and practice to tire needs. Ask your dealer. co-ordinat- m Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 I ion mrri n mil .' wVm&v ' TWTTWT' V ""Earasga 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping si district of Louisville, and we would be io$ S T0!sSZ,?, glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. mz JV T...Wrh SiPKpSSSWI TLrAwt nw it rJDu-mmws-. :oSf- - ..SHiaJ sa:i wimTMari cre if ' Tanii vs iHriw?i l. . fix&'--- . ' 0W''-7- v" &&&$&&& ; r rt-- : .:?v . r r. -. W:iialV,' :B ?WkW v'.'.vfi1 "vv.v i AWWWV ywviMiw The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never in your need for 'i.iw is &'--- ., if uMlmci p l t:r SSDKMiSSSsaAaft ? -- tij3v Z ', it, i:s IIIIIHhSr irjr &5?Nw -iKsiiMiatg', s. m w WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, IX Sfc -s- fm.m'y-Mmemm Knv-.v- . .rjPw7c fcfiifia, "" Army and War Facts. m yoxginti if eTvM h 2J f jsa sr 3EHBSLm$ '.rrflnyssn&a-Tra- a DRAPERIES CARPETS jfJml 0$ and & J&j?fjgt Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff . Mil INCORPORATED i Tfc For More Than 40 Years on Market Street The Farm Plank. Leis Go Crazy. Association at GlensforK One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. 'The farmers of onr country "It doesn't; take brains to make France maintains a standing The teachers associa tion for the 3r should seriously consider the money." army of 200,000 men. differ nee between the planks in That is a common enough say- Educational Division will be held at Germany has 1,130,000 war Glensfork, Aug. 20 Ler each teacher ing. the R- .upiican Platform and the report promptly at 8:00 o'clock a. m., orphans and 520,000 war widDetain ratic Platform respecting Recently a sheriff's jury de- well prepared on the subject assigned ows. their particular welfare, and clared John W. 0' Bannon in- him or her and with a determination More than 10,000 American y the following from the to make this association the best evPeni;. Indians saw service in the World Democratic platform: Not only has 0 'Bannon accumu- - er held in the country. We urge the yf&v patrons of the Division to at'For nearly half a century of Two million head of cattle lated a fortune of from $15,000, tend order entire in that they may better Republican rule not a sentence 000 through his own efforts, but understand the "New School Law were carried away by the Ger naal written into the Federal te3tlmony in court brought out The following program will be rendermans from France. as affording one dollar of Statu facfc tha during the past 52 ed: The total war debt of Ger- - the 1. Devotional exercises Mr. J. W. inmk. credits to the farming inmon1I ia 9Rvnnnnnn arlrs nnr--1 days when he was confined in uiauj ia ijj ij wv terests of America. In the first mally $65, 987,500,000. the Riverside Sanitarium, he has Jones. 2. Welcome Address Mr. J. E. aerm of this Democratic Admin different made $2,000,000. There are thirty-on- e istration the National Bank Law bugle calls and ten bugle signals "Who's looney now?" O'Ban- - Bennett. vas 30 altered as to authorize hon might inquire with some 3. Response. J. It. Hayes in the United States army. 4. Course of Study isans of five years' maturity on In France there are 3,720 pertinancy. While he was in (a) Why have the course of rlmproved farm lands. Later was the sanitoriam he worked out a Study Cora Kelsay, F E. Webb. towns and villages entirely or rrstablished a system of farm scheme by which the institution (b) What is the course of partially destroyed by the loan.banks from which the bor- could incorporate and quadruple study Ella Antie, Azro Hadiey. already exceed $300,000, (c) How can the course of iroivica In the war with Spain twenty-seve- n its profits. Antle, J. B. CJ00 and under which the interest "There is nothing really sur- study be American officers and 318 Morgan. j 'i to farmers has been so men were killed. The deaths in prising in this case," said an 5 The New School Noah to drive out reduced as eminent specialist, "There are Loy. camp numbered 2,565. .of business the farm loan sharks 6 Compulsory Attendance Law American tourists returning many wealthy men who develop exwho .formerly. subsisted by from Europe laden with war monomania or paranoia and who Frank Winfrey, Truant Officer. 7. Domestic tortion upon the great Science Mra. Nell g souvenirs must pay duty on all do not loose their Young Petty,. Bertha of the .country." faculty. trophies. NOON. JE Town NewB. "Money-makinin itself does 8. Physical Training and Playnot imply or repuire the possess-sio- n grounds Malcua Johnson, Albert wind colic, t the baby suffers of a gigantic intellect. Bryant. TMrselElbina D. Binkley, .of diarshoea or summer complaint, give More than one rich man, I save 9. Agriculture Lettie Dunbar, IReiDhcbis .Station, Pa., is eighty it McGee's Baby elixir. It ia a pure, .uiae.years old and hceBcpotatoes harmless and effective r& .aedy. Price, no hesitation in saying, is much Lander Bryant, Stella Richards, Bay.Can anyone in 35c and 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Co. inferior intellectually to his ard Antle, J. E. Hayes. iin 10. How do you teach Reading-M- ay Adv. chauffeur." 2 .ihis .community beat that Pierce. ;peak up .let us publish 11. How do you teach arithmetic-Ste- lla An exchange remarks that No matter how henpecked a uch.peojlfi deserve Keltner. man may be, there always comes this year the nation's birthday 12. How can the School aid in Re.ail of honor 'and publicity we a time when he. can break even was not only safe and sane, but ducing: the High coat of Living Mrs. saajjive them dry and 'dusty. It was. Page, Katharine Willis. with'hia wife. In his will. es-ipec- ial R. Hayes, Chairmau. Azro Hadiey, Secretary. J - .Motorized higeway transportation is growing with astonish- the right to inquire into the private affairs of others. The devil knovs them, but the Lord don't. Presence of Mind. Shoeless he climbed the stairs, opened the door of the room, entered, and without being detected, closed it after him. Just as he was aoout co get into bed, his d wife, from slumber, turned and sleepily said: "Is that you, Fido?" The husband, telling the re3t of the story, said: . "For once in my life I had real presence of mind. I lie ked her hand." Swiped. half-arouse- !, j N applied-'-Marg- ie ma-.tonal- ly law-Su- pt. .agricul-vUical.intere- sts money-makin- - g her-garde- n. rec-wrd- ing rapidity. New York state alone has over four hundred motor express lines in operation. It is estimated that, for the whole country, there are no less than 5,000 such lines in operation. These lines are of greatly varying size and widely scattered. The American Motor Freight Co., with headquarters at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is incorporated at $500,000. A map of its route includes eighty towns in Minnesota, Iowa and boutn uaKota. ine new Dug- land Transportation Company which operates out of Boston, Mass., is reported as having 150 motor trucks in service which operate over twelve routes totaling over 1000 miles in length. The Patriot Motor Express Co. of Wichita and Kansas City, Kansas, is capitalized at $1,000,000. It is reported that the company is operating throught Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri and will use 250 trucks. Most of these trucks are now operating on Goodyear pneumatic ; i HENRY W. DEPP, DEIN'TIST Am, permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. A" Work Guaranteed door to post office. Office: net tires. Buchanan Lyon Co. Some people imagine itfee-nacae- s. After having reached the top of the ladder, some people become so disappointed Lord has with life invested them with they 3tart right down again. that the y ADAIR COUTf VWS PECULIAR KIND OF UMBRELCA1 African "Bishop" Made Use of Prince Albert Coat When Rain Threatened Precious Loincloth. FEW I m in in j-mnDua A Get Goodyear Value In Tires for Small Cars a. & WAD Don't be misled by very cheaply priced tires, for tire economy is not a matter of what tires cost originally but of what tire service costs in the end True Goodyear mileage and economy are built into Goodyear Tires, of the 30 x 3- 30 x 3Vz and 31 x 4inch sizes, in the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking one or these sizes, you can equip it with Goodyear Tires at your nearest Service Station Go there for the exceptional value in thesetiresmadepossiblebyGoodyear's resources, experience and demonstrated expertnes sin tire manufacture. -, I 1 mm 3S "The Bishop" Is like no other African. He has acquired the grVices of the court of St. James and a surpris- Streets Are Clean, Houses Freshing gift of repartee, using smiles and ly Painted and People Weil gcunts chiefly. He is taller and older than any native in the neighborhood, Dressed-anFetL which Is the locality suburban to Portuguese East. For years he has trekked with. missionaries. He has carried their packs, bundled their beds BUT THERE IS MUCH GHSS9 and mosquito netting over miles of trail. His name was chosen by himself, in memory of Bishop Hartzell, About 150,000 Are Out of Work, Prices Are High, Homes Scarce and with whom he traveled. Discontent General Peobishop is still a heathen Yet the and proud of it. Among the other Afple on Rations. ricans in any given traveling party he Hamburg. Travelers is as conscious of his heathen distincfrv.n tlh? tion as Tom Sawyer's friend Jim was United States landing in llamhoTsr of his reputation for having seen evil find It difficult to realize that t'Srwujcry has been at war for six years, rfec spirits. a recent expedition a missionary streets are clean, the houses rreshiv On saw the bishop for the first time and painted, and the people om vejj ! the streets look better dressed accS was particularly struck with the bishquite as well fed as the nvrmge-persoop's pride in his loincloth, a on the streets ttf New York. trifle fashioned from monkey skin and built around a large brass The Hotel Atlantic is filled, v.irtt ring. It began to rain. The bishop Americans who pa, about 20 per ntX looked solicitously at the garment less for their rooms than tlley .nlc3 much as a lady caught umbrellaless In New York, although these .rttes itr& will look at her new spring suit when more than doublf Mint pnidl'y d'en-inrain comes. The bishop had no um- travelers. The restaurants-.nbrella, but from somewhere he pro- which are now i.pen until . er. duced a Prince Albert coat and but- o'clock at night, sa crowded tli toned it tightly about him. It served who appear t have pli'iity off its purpose. The new loincloth escaped money. The women, are plainly" dressed, and the rili gowns of unscathed. World Outlook. days have voni.slie!. The .'st'er. et charming lake' in the cento.- - of the ANCIENT AND MODERN NAMES city, d hah "if-H- ! 3P 1 Va-va- ti, well-tailore- d l jm'O-pl- e pre-tra- tr Writer Contends That Appellations Lack the Euphony of the Olden Times. Present-Da- y Is covered with 3inali canoes and row boats. Clothing is Twy expensive, yachts?, busli-nes- pair of shoes suit costing o s 3,000 500 to marks, T.OOO ".! & htS IAUKS Bicffnl SuHl ft?. 1 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Eabric, AUWcather Tread -- w 5 K 30x3 o LJ CO Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread 30x3 : e $2122 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than, the price you are asked to pay pr tabes pf less merit why risk costly casing when fucn'suxe protection is available? $f.50 30x3 sire ht waterproof bag L CTS3CjygagJXJ-ynTa);- j You Ca n Expect More from Goodyear Tires and Tubes. Many a motorist pays twice as much for tires every year, as he ought to simply because of a trifling lack of information or 'attention which we might supply in a moment, willingly and without cost. Let's Get Together We want you to get the most out of every- thing we sell you Our Advice is Valuable! Our teal Helpfulnes is certain! Our Facilities are right! 1 W:li 12 a remarkable line of Goodyear Clincher T ires for the owners of smallee cars. The requirement and is designed to fit every line every pockelbook. Let us show you The 3Vonderful New Good Tire. Tire Cost Less ihe Many AA fMYl AA I Ml lSfSl Year This Anti-Ski- d Strictly quality Ordinary Tires. m I I 1 I THE BU CHANAN-LYO- N COMPANY. LVgLjCq in ma -- 3 v wired Senator proof of the effectiveness of White's Gov, Cox BecKham to discuss with him the Cream Vermifuge for expelling DvIaa OC arnrmQ in nhllHffln rvr oVinlf-TltAW? " Wvu UUUUO XXJUUftJlIU Kentucky. situation in Sold by Paul Drug Co Adv Forty years of constant use is aware River. The name ship the Germans torpedoed still Hound. urih ir.c remaned distinct. Toe life jacket was found by two railroad detectives. They hung th relic on a hook on the lu y 4, 3 p. el. Kenox, pier among piles of freight and ivk, fioose Creek, July (5. mementoes picked from the Pevtoi fcburj!. ( estnut Grove, July tides The big liner was struck May Albany, Albarn, Jul loll 7, 1915, without warning, by a Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 torpedo off the coast of Ireland ' RusseJ Springs, Cofley's Chapel, and 3,000 miles from PhiladelJuly phia. riuui 1,200 lives were Cane Va'.lev, Milltovva, July 22, lose. The life jacket probably Picketts, Maple Hill, July 23. drifted about the seas bordering Well, July Pierce, Sulphur South and North 31 on Eurone. July Greeusburg, Earley's, America.covering 15,000 miles in Autf. 1. Summersville, Hodges, Aug 1, 3 p. the five years of its wandering, m.,-according to the United States Casey Creek, Old Providence, Aug. 5 Naval Hydrographic Office here. (?radyville, Prices, Aug 7 8 Experts consider it possible Eurkesville, Marrow Bone. Aug. 14 that the life jacket drifted down !15 Europe, past Spain Tompkiusville, Weslejs, Aug. 15, 3 tbe coast of and Gibraltar, down the coast of pm Africa, then west and north past Fountain Run, F. Run. Aug. 18 XI ill, New Salem, Aug Temple the Bahamas and Florida and Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. northwest in the Gulf Stream along tne coast of this country. Mouticelio, Monricelio, Aug. 29, 8 p. It was caught in an ebb tide m., Central Union, Aug. 30. West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 off the Delaware Breakwater and carried up the river. , Millers, Sept. Elkhorn, Wesley's Sepr. 5 8 p. m. 6 A member of the firm of A. M. Sept. Bush and Co , wig makers, says Maunsville, Merrincac, 12 3 p m 13 it is possible that strands of hair Sparksvflle, Hogards, Sept. 8. should have clung in the jacket the sColumbia, Tabor, Sept. so long without disintegration, T. ,T Wade, P. E. Quantr Meetings, 1 1 oumbia Dis- - Speaking of New England names, the genealogical columns of the Transcript are Indeed a standing proof that the seventeenth and eighteenth century names possessed much more of snap, flavor and euphony than our twentieth century names possess. Pick up the genealogical department at random any day and you will find such fine and resonant names as Betsey Keyes, Patty Holbrook, Susanna Gates, Polly Arnold, Darius Dewey, Prudence Rand, Thankful Sawyer, Thankful Newcomb, Hannah Pike, Deborah Clark, and Jonathan Rich all o which are from one recent column. It Is true that the same column contains names which are not exactly euphonious, and are indeed rather hard nuts to crack; these, for example: Leafy Bullard a woman; whence the name of Leafy Hatsel Higgins, Sparrow Higgins, Abigail Nash, Zeruiah Jewel, and Alcy In the previous number of the same department are found the names Content Brown. Tabitha Holdredge. and Keturah Bassett. The Nomad once encountered In an old book the name of Camilla Scud-deWas there ever a swifter name than 'that? And what about the name of Hepzibah Hathaway of New Bedford, found in Emery's book on the Howland Heirs? The Nomad In Bosof the ton Transcript. Lock-wood. Wooden shoes for the poorer t.isee cost from 24 to 35 marks, atnlworn, especially by boys.The government issues new pajnar money every day in 5, 20 anil t ' i:irb notes. Business men have t --a ry pocketbooks tA size of- nuvi-ituevalises to hold the bills. The working men earn- fron .10" re 60 marks a dnj, which barely to keep them and their families. K-citizen In Germany lias to have cauls :re-muc- h - omrka. - f - sut;e for bread, meat, sugar, butter, roorjja?-rin- e and soap. Pork Sells at 20 Marks a Pound. Meat is 6 marks a pound, and pnrtj 20 marks, butter 3G marks, ogre 31 mark 70 pfennigs each, and a kind of bread !i marks 4 pfennus? d for a loaf. For Americans who get 40 marks for a dollar these articles are cheap, but for the Gemma they are very dear. Plenty of food of all kinds, InclbtF-intea and coffee, can bo bought by what is called in Germany the tmiler-ha- nd system. Tlio restaurants alB have supplie n:i hand for customers? five-poun- g r. who can pa the police has too mm 'i and confiscate high prices, and wfi3 any hotel or r&stnu.rtt frod they make a ruiS it. y The working people, and more the salaried educated classea professors, school teachers, clerks, etc, cannot affon? to pay for extra fGOd h'- - espe-clall- ios-thei- r 's 5 B-- nr Sand $6,000 a Ton. Wilmington, Del., has a dozen of the most expensive sand piles in the world. It costs 6,000 a ton, says the Portland Oregonlan. The reason for this, and incidentally gloves, was a reason for revealed the other day by a prominent leather merchant. Wilmington is the chief glazed-kicenter in the United States. About 20 per cent of the raw skins entering the United States come from China and are imported at the rate of about SI high-price- d d families-- and this is one of the chief causes of the present discontent which is prevalent throughout Ger" many. The only contented people artr the profiteer, called "Scheibers," who rank from the millionaire contractors; who have licenses- from the government to purchase entire cargoes iw they arrive on ships or in freight cars on the railroad, down to the small "Schelber" "ho makes a living by eludlng the police. Nearly everybody Is trying to do a little prtrfiteering to augment his. to-com- e. , a pound. 17-18- . 24-2- 5 "What, then," asked the merchant, "would be more natural to the cunning celestials than to Increase the weight of the skins by sprinkling sand on them?" That is just what happens and the result is huge piles of sand at receiving plants here, where the hides are dried and prepared for manufacture. Origin "of Surnames. No one can say with any certainty when the practice of taking a surname became general. The Greeks, Assyrians, Egyptians and other ancient peoples had no surnames; the later Romans had each one real personal name, to which they sometimes a,dded a clan name or nomen, a family name or cognomen and a nickname or agnomen. The personal or Christian name was the only name recognized by early English law, surnames being words of description used to Identify persons of the same name frtim each other. The Normans had Introduced into England the habit of using surnames, but this was confined tothe upper classes. By degrees even the common people began to be distinguished by names referring to personal characteristics, as Armstrong, rank or profession as Smith, father's name as Jackson, etc. Fish and the Ancients. The ancient Romans thought very highly of fish, and at big banquets brilliant fish were shown to the guests, alive, as a relish, then were served cooked after the soup. Apicus offered a prize to any culinary artist who would Invent a new marinade compounded of livers of the red mullet Lucullus had a canal cut through a mountain so that fish might be transported more easily to the ponds in his gardens near Naples. Hortenslus wept ever the death of a pet turbot while the daughter of Drusus adorned a favorite flBh with a collar of gold. Strikes occur almost daily In nam-buras the workmen are continually-demandinincreases in wages. 150.0CO g, Unemployed in City. 2 21-2- 2 28-2- 9 4-- e, 12-1- 3 18-1- 9 v The secret of, many a woman's reputation for beauty lies in her smile. Cultivate the art. It The War Department is to put Harding in his speech of acA life jacket from the ceptance came out against the bearing a strand of blond costs nothing but an effort and $1,000,000 worth of canned League of 'Nations but is in fav- goods on the market at prices) or of some other method to pre- - lbair, has been picked up off the its value has never yet been J fTTl T. Kace street w nan in ine juei computed. quotatios. vent war. below pre-wI waaueu u uy ruvci The rathaus, or town hall, which was spattered with bullets during lbs recent Kapp revolution, Is now probarricades to tected by barbed-wir- e prevent it being seized by anothr revolutionary group. It Is estimated there are 150,000 unemployed in Hamburg at the present time, of whom about 40,000 are seafaring men thrown out of work by th German merchant marina They an? paid 9 marks a day, which makes a heavy burden for the taxpayers, who will have to give up "40 per cent cS their Incomes under the new law ci-ln- g into force soon. Several eircwnD-ter- s have occurred In the streets ber-tween the unemployed and the Reiehs-weh- r, as the new soldiers are called!, who wear gray uniforms and capsv carry ri'ies and short swords, have orders, if attacked, to shoot ami throw hand grenades and If necessary to use machine guns, which are always kept in readiness- for an outbreak. Some of the more desperate characters among the unemployed have formed thoTselves into bonds and" around the city at night holding- crp people In their houses, in stores an3 on the streets. The Relchswe&r bav? orders to line these bandits np against a wall and shoot, Uiem when they are caught redhanded. The housing probtem h? vary difas-- thousands ficult onejn Haiab-crg-; as - - of workmen have come Into- the city from the smaller towns wft& tlvlr families the unemployed allownnco being larger here than in their own - m . ar districts. The American Express company and the International Mercantile are the only American flmss Wa have so for opned Aces to W -i- u if t w. - si :; 8 3K ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Columbia, in a residence that stood back of the home of Mr. H. N. Miller. They are sisters of Mr. Claud Calllspp and their father, and, mother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Callison, died many years 3 )K)K)K PERSONALS. Liocal New& Splendid Work: HAIL In Field 3K. FIRE In Barn as One Insurance Policy Protects every Minute Mrs Effle Purdy, Mrs. J". C. Glascock, and Mrs. Carsie Hammonds and Mrs J. W. Bradshaw, all of Bradfords ville, visited Mrs Ray W. Page and Mrs. J 0. Browning last week. .u ago. Judge Wm Frances, of Campbells-ville- , made a business trip to Colum bia last Wednesday Mrs. Sixty Master Masons were in Columbia Lodge, No. 96, last Thursday evenMr. J. H. Hoiladay, who live3 In ing to witness the conferring of the " Louisville, Is in the county on a third degree, by Grand Secretary His youngest daughter is with Dave Jackson, on Henry Hancock and him. W L Knight vis-It.- 3 Vlf ,1' Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE Frank Sandusky, of Harrods-burg- , has been visiting relatives here for the past week. Mrs. Helena Williams' condition was not so favorable last week, but she is doing very well at this time Mr. R J. Rogers, Lexington, , was W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. Ail Kinds of at tne Jeffries' Hotel a few days ago. Mr. George W. Whitlock and'Mr. Insurance TCTlsKNTrcKKTrc Leslie Graves, Campbellsville,, Commercial men, were here last week, taking orders. Mr. J. W. Saltsman, the fertilizer man, was here from New Hope a few day of S At s. 7000&fc7&7K 7000fc7R7fc last week. C. Gose TALKING MHINES I and wife. Knifley, visited here a lew days of last week. Prof. A. P. Prather and wife who have been spending their vacation at Miliersburg, returned home last Tuesday night. Mrs. Alice Walker and her daughter, Mrs. Breeding, Bradfordsville, visited Mrs. Mary Caldwell and Mrs. Emily Burton, Mrs. S. E. Allen and other relatives in Columbia last week. Mr. J. C. Winfrey,., of Detroit, Dr J. Graham, of Tampa, Florida, reached here last Thursday; stopping at the home of Mrs. Fetna Eubank, Ihei aunt. They are daughters of Mr. Frank Jackman, former residents of Columbia. They will be m 'this and adjoining counties for several weeks. Mr. JT. B. Miller, of Buffalo, N. Y. arrived last Thursday night to spend several days with relatives and friends and to look after his business interest in the county Mr. Miller is a former resident of Columbia, and his many friends are always glad when he come3 in to see them. Miss Lucile Winfrey, Florence Beard, Purdy, and Mable Sinclair attended a house party at Mr. Curb Bell's Red Lick, recently Bro Jackson is thoroughly up on Masonry and the work was done faultlessly and in a most impressive manner. At intervals Bro Jackson delivered talks which were enjoyed by all present. After the conferring of the degree a number of short addresses were made by. members of the lodge. Bro. J P. Scruggs of Franklin, Ky., was present, and he favored the idge with a splendid short address. The visit of Grand Secretary Jackson to the local lodge was highly appreciated, as he certainly enthused all the Masons pre'sent. A visit of a Grand officer to a local organization puts new life in the' membership of a subordinate lodge, and trie members of the local organization here will be ready to give Bro. Jackson a' most cordial Miss Zora Edna Bell is spending a greeting at any time in" the future week with Miss Luclle Winfrey. ' Mesdames T. G Sanford and U C. Mr. B F. Rakestraw, Creelsboro, and Mr. D. C. Hoper, Font Hill, were here last Friday enroute to Campbellsville. We leaan from Mr. Hopper that Robert Whittle, a man fully etghty years old, a veteran of the civil war, died at Eli, Russell county, one day last week. He also reported that J. E. Wilson, who lives at Font Hill, was accidentally knocked from his wagon by a telephone wire, a fw days since and was considerably hurt Dehart, of Eist Norwood Ohio a former citizen of the upper end of Adair county, was here, on a visit, last week. He motored from his home to this county; sold his ma chine after his arrival, and before taking his departure bought another one. Mr. Dehart is prospering in his Ohio town. Mr. M. C. Eld W. T. May returned from Irish Bottom a few days ago. While there his friend, Al Winfrey concluded that it would be nice to feed him on fish He went to the river, caught a cat 3 feet, 8 Inches long, weighing 52 pounds. Mr. E. L. Feese has 3old hi3 residence, loccated on the street leading to the Fair Grounds, to Mr Sam Bar-befor 81,800. Possession will be given first of September. Mr. Feece will become a citizen of Madison e, With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records'. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other ma- chines selling at the same price and "'ryoti will readily by convinced feldtive to the superiority of our 4'! Mich., arrived last week on days visit to his mother, a .ten , j. , '' ship andconstruction, . "JEWELER" i ' Columbia, Kentucky. Mr. W. L. Welch, of 'Jackson, who is visiting here., Misses Mary MMler and Julia Miller, Mr. A. D. Patteson and wife, Dr.O.P.Mljernd wife,Mr. Press Miller and. family and J. Pat: te3on and wife and Dr S P. Miller and wife, left la3t Wednesday for the Mammoth Cave. They went in autos I and via Hodgensvifle. Misses Delia and Eliza Grasham, who have been in Lexington, for some weeks, returned home a few days ago. June Bond Circular A Table Showing Yields of Your Liberty , m M Bonds At Various Prices MAILED Mr. Geo. H,. Palmer, w.ho ia here in the oil business, went to Cleveland, Ohio, his home, last week. He also made a 'trip to Wheeling, Parkers-bur- g a and other points in West vir-gini- ON REQUEST j Pcrrpf'fnjestorriBcIgJfayketa. Oar SUtbtical File Ara at Your USE LONG DISTANCE PHONESi MAM 1032. CITY 2198 Sirica. Misses Alice Walker and Mary.,Gris-som- , whp have been attending the Conservatory of Musict Cincinnati, returned home last. Wednesday after-i -- h George T. Wood & Son noon. it INVESTMENT SECURITIES Louisville, Ky. 417 W. Main Strerf Miss Zora Edna Be'll, of Redlick, Is visiting Miss Mable Sinclair, daugh& 'i er of Judge Sinclair. Mxs. W. S, Sinpaiz has returned from Harrodsburg , A where, she visited her daughter. Miss Mary Dunbar, of Lebanon, visited relatives here last- week. , - LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, Voice; Athletics under athlets. - Mr. Steward Hjutchiion and Miss Frances Reed; Edwin Hutchison and Miss Amelia Damron motored Greens-bnr- g Piano and ! and Campbellsville, one day last j Reynolds, Jenkins, Ky. and J. B. Coleman, Esq , ,Lpu is ville, were here a few days ago. r Mr. J. C. Strange Is yet confined to his room, the accidental wound he received in the ankle, not mending as rapfdly as he would like. Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Scruggs, of Franklin, Ky., arrived last week fora visit with Mrs. Scruggs, sister, Miss Jennie Garnett, and friends of Columbia. Mr. Scruggs was at one time a popular pastor of the Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Smith visited week. Mr Wholesome environment. Shirl. nt body of high moral character. J.H Farm for Sale. ered from ten days illness, and ber daughter, Miss Sue Baker, has resumMy farm of 385 acres, lying on the ed work at the Bank.of Columbia. u Columbia and Greensburg road. This Mr. Jack Sparks.of' Metcalfe couuty. is a splendid farm, all in grass except week in Cospent' a few days a few acres in cultivation thiayear. ' lumbia.4 I will sell the boundary as a whole or 7 Miss Susie--' Mourning, who visited I will cut it into several farms! All hef b&thar, Mr. Sam Mournipg in the land well watered. It is near two' Illinois,, returned home last week. pikes. My address is Mrs. C. M. Barnett, and little Son, W. C. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. Charles Farnett, Jr., arrived last 41-Sunday Afternoon, from St. Louis. From all accounts the reunion of MrV'Edgar Reed met them at? Lebanon with a michine: a ' '. r - the old Soldiers at Weed, this county. last Wednesday and Thursday, was Mr. add Mrs. Ben SRead, and Mrs not a very enjoyable occasion. e T. 'B. Read, Denver, Oolorodo, Mrs. parties put in an appearance, R R. Nixton, Carthage, Tenn., are and there was a great'deal of distuc-nan- ce visiting Mrs. J. . by those who loaded up on Miss Viola Houston, Lockhart, liquor and fought toa finish. Weare Texaa, is visiting, her aunt, Mrs. G sorry to report that the pleasure of ,, T. Herriford. r, the old veterans was marred by rude ' Mr. Horace Mas3le and wife,. Camp- conduct. bellsville, were here the- first of the Mr.r Albia Eubank, of this place, has week. patented a liquid dispensfng tank, esMr. Mel vln Phelps spent last week pecially for gasoline It is free from visiting Mr. Geo Miller of Jefferson pumps and float valves. He was in vl He, lnd., and Mr. Walker Bryant of Washington, D. C., last week and , Seliersburg, Ind. rf made application for a pattern, and Mr. R. H. Helm and Mr. if. C. he says there is no doubt but it will Mullins, of Marion county, were here go through, as the force in the office the first of the week.-- , , wera highly pleased with it. Mr. W. Mr. Clay Wolfoid, ql 'Louisville, H. Sandusky is a partner Jof Mr. Euis visiting in Columbia, bank. They will either manufacture Mr. Sam Irvin and daughter, Miss the machine or will turn it over to a Bottle1 Jane, of Bakerton, took- din- company, they receiving a royalty. ner with Mr. D. E. Phelps' family Mr. O. C. Hamilton, who is with " Tuesday last. the Buchanan Lyon Company, returnMisses Jewell and Verly Phelps, ed from Detroit last Tuesday night, Mes'srs Paul Stotts and EdwinPrice. where he spent five weeks in the Ford too fa trip to Burkesvllle and Baker-to- n machine shop, receiving instructions Thursday and Friday. n about every feature of the Weare glad to note that Mrs. Cary car. Mr Hamilton is a good mechanReecef. who has been sick for the past ic, and he cdnsiders the information three months, Is improving nicely and he received and the practical work he is able to be up again. did, as very valuable. of-te3t Mrs. M. D. Baker has about recov- county, having purchased a home Berea. at For Sale. Lot.good corn at my barn jn Columbia, Ky. Call First National Bank. r 41-G. W: Dillon. 3t '' Uhde-sirabl- There was a ministerial mating of the preachers In the Russell Creek's Association at the Baptist church this place last Tuesday. Dinner 16t thevisrtors was served' cWurclif Itj was a very Ipteresting gathering. at-tht- f .' Wanted. A white woman to cook at Lindsej-Wilso- n Training School. Good " '" and board.' R. V. Bennett, Colombia, y. One milk cow, one bay mare and one work mule for sale. Call L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Mr.. J. A. Willis will please - Ky accept our thanks for large and delicious peach grown on his place.' It measured 10 inches in circumference. Adair county will produce the largest corn crop for many years. Thara are mora and better Irish potatoes for ten years ia the past. Watermelons will soon be on the market. It is said they are not as plentiful as usual. u -- Adair county are canning large quantities of fruit, and "r the peaches are yet to come. All families in - well-know- Campbellsville vs Columbia next Thusday at Lindsay-Wilso- n campus. Let every body attend.' Albln Murray purchased of Clyde Crenshaw last Thursday- th& latter's residence, on Burksville street, for - Hates $180.00 a year. Catagogue upon request. R. V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. 146 ACRES 'Mr. E.'B. Long and Mr. F. W. Cqurtner joint administrators of the Issac'Koons Estate have instructed us to sell the Issac Koons farm located in Utica township, Clark County, Indiana, being 8 miles East iif JeSersonville, and 4 miles West of Charlestown and within 1 mile of a 3lEoii 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 best farm in Southern Indiana. It lays well is watered by failing spring, is fenced and cross fenced with hog fencing and is never improved with a 9 room two story brick house in good condition, three .large barns and all other necessary out buildings. The: price on this farm is $200 per acre and considering the excep- tianal quality of the land and the condition that it is now in we consider 5&!heiest byythat we have to offer. their daughter and Elizabethtown last week. son-in-la- w at at Mr. Herschel Grissom, who lives Voigt Iusurance & Realty Co., 0oigt ' Tulia, Texas, arrived last Thursday, to spend ten days with relatives and friends. Miss Luclle Herriford, ' Russell Springs, is visiting relatives In Columbia. Mr. Wallrce Benard, of Louisville, ' Building, Jeffersonville, Indiana. t spent last week with friends ' in Col- umbia. Big ball game next Thuasday on the Mrs. Ruby Turney Is on an exLindsay-Wilso- n campus. Campbells tended visit to Chattanooga Tenness- tail machinery in villa vs A good Columbia. seqi ispiendld condition.. The work on the pike from B. E. . Mrs. R. Y. Edgar, and Mrs. W. H. tHomet Tucker, KniBey, Ky. Howe's to Gradyville is progressing :36-t- f nicely. One of the overseers inform Tatum and four children, of Joplin, Mo who are visiting In tha county, -E'd. W, T. May. reoently closed a ed us a few days ago that he thought were in Columbia last Friday. Mrs. meeting afc ' AmandafUle, wlth 04 the road would be completed in ninety LEdgar and Mrs. Tatum. were boxaia--. days. '.adcESoBsJfl I .For Sale, aw-m1ll, Cha-churc- h. Dr. R. X Biakeman, wife, son and Public Sale. daughter, accompanied by Dr. Blake-man- 's mother, who has been visiting Indianapolis, him. motored from I will on Saturday, the 14th day of arriving here last Thursday. They August, sell at my home, at Bliss, two will be at the hom,eof Mr. Jas. T. good mules, 4 and 7 years old and harPage. ness. One good mare 9 years old, and one Jersey milk cow and three heifers. Two wagons 2 and 3 inch. A surrey Wheat. and harness, sow and five shoats. have 53 bushels of seed wheat for Farming tools of all character. A lot I $4.00. It is known as the Sam Banks of hay. Sale will begin at 10 a. m. wheat. White, smooth head. Will 41 2t " Vivian Coomer, Bliss, Ky always yield. I made 10 bushel per It is reported here that at the reacre, while the average is 3 bushel. union held at Weed, last Wednesday, Phone 113 I. the conduct was very disgraceful. A. B. Corbin, Columbia, Ky. Whisky was sold upon the grounds, 41-one man was shot in the arm and Purity and healing power are the there was a great deal of drunkenness. chief characteristics of Liquid Bor o It is said that one fivender" of liquor zone. It mends torn, cut, burned or was dressed as a woman and had his scalded flesh with wonderful prompt- face painted in various colors. ness. Price, 30c, 60c and 31.20. Sold for Sale. Adv. by Paul Drug Co. Two separators, a Red River and a S. M. Burdette will hold his next Guy Scott They are aU.right. E. A. McKlnley, Ozanc, Ky. mule sale at Rassell Springs on Saturday, Aug. 14 at which time he will sell twenty good yearling and two year old FOR SALE. One house consisting of eight rooms and. lot containing males. about two acres on Columbia Avenue, organ for sals. Burkesvllle, Ky. Good second-han- d Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. See I T; Shannon. . 2t $2,000 . . Pellyton.. Mr. D. O. Pelly is having an addition made to his house, which will add very much to its appearance. Mrs. Bessie Kremer and' Gay . Morton and three children, of Iowa, are visiting relatives here. The good rain, which we have been needing came last week. N. T. Jones and Dr. Rafferty were in Campbellsville two days last week on business. Mr. Cleo Pelly, of Iowa, is visiting relatives at this place. Mr. G. W. Huberts, of Eunice, has sold his dwelling and store to George Williams. Mr. Gedrge Chelf, of Casey Creek was visiting here last week. The reason we like the Adair County News better is because it contains, something more interesting than political gossip ad4wnsenseS