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The Adair County news: September 1, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920090101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: September 1, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 51 w ?-- :. jt J Aiatr Coimttj Columbia, Kentucky, Wednesday September found among the local oil fraternity. Tools, casing and other supplies are also being received and drilling operations will begin in earnest at the earliest possible date. The first location will be on the J S. Royse farm, some two miles out on the Stanford pike Mr. G. A. Roy, of the Eoy Petroleum Company, has been spending several days in our midst, and he talks very encouragingly of their present and contemplated operations in Adair county. The well on Damron Creek is being reamed out preparatory to resetting the casing and 'when this is completed it is thought they will have overcome the salt water trouble which has delayed them so much. Drilling operations will be resumed at once and the drillers have been instructed by Mr. Eoy to not let up until they have penetrated the lower sands where a fine flow of oil is confidently expected. Mr. Win. Mehlhaf, Sutton, Nebraska, was here the latter part o the week on an inspection trip of this territory in behalf of some western capitalists, and he expressed himself as. being so well pleased with the gen eral outlook that he intends to return here at no distant date prepared to make extensive investments in the local fields. Mr. Bee Whitis, commonly called the "Busy Bee," field manager for the J. E. t Carnahan Oil Company, left Saturdny after having spent several days here looking after the company's operations in this section. He reports satisfactory progress in drilling on the Henry Ingram farm, and good results are looked for there. Another drilling rig has been shipped to Rock House Bottom, near Creelsboro, and drilling will be in full swing there just across the river from where the old Morgan well was drilled in Irish Bottom, some years ago, and they expect to make a good "strike" in the Died in Texas. On the 17th of August, Mrs. Finer Harvey died at her late residence, Krum, Texas, after a long illness of Bright's disease. She was born in Cumberland county, Ky., October 4, 1865, making her 55 years old had she lived until her next' birthday. Most of her married life was spent in this county, she and her husband having removed to Texas about fifteen years ago. She was a sister of Mr J. A. Young, this place. Her parents died many years ago. The deceased was a devout member of the Methodist Church, and a large concourse of friends attended the last sad rites. Besides her husband she leaves one son, Tennie, about 22 years old. As a young woman, the deceased was popular in Adair county, and her many relatives and friends were deeply moved when the intelligence of her demise reached Columbia. Those here who were near to her send their profoundest sympathy to the sorrowing husband and son. 1 S&feuts r NUMBER STATE NEWS. YOLUME XXI11 1920. 45. OIL NEWS. by e. t. kexper Standard Oil was once simply the vision of one man. Big oil organizations are bending every effort towards greater production. It is now being predicted that gasoline will be retailing at eevenfcy-fiv- e cents per gallon within tbe nexWiew months This country needs more production of crude oil. The average daily production of petroleum in the United States averages only a little more than four barrels for each well, a statement that will surprise many persons who read of the wonderful wealth accumulated bv oil men, and of the 1,000 barrel wells and more that frequently are brought into production. Messrs. A C. Van Winkle and F. F. Snead, Louisville, were here last week for tbe purpose of inspecting tbe properties and production of the McMead Oil Company, Creelsboro. These gentlemen are stockholders in the Company and this was their first opportunity to visit the field. They expressed themselves as being highly pleased with conditions there and with the future outlook for the Company Several prominent operators and very well without one, Already a dozen have been sold in Taylor county, the purchasers being delighted. A few have been placed in Adair county and other farmers expect to buy. The Fordsou is not complicated a boy operating it with ease. This is a day of progress and every farmer who is able to buy one of these machines should not hesitate. Mr. Smalley, of Detroit, who knows the workings of the tfordson, .was here, and in a very satisfactory manner explained its advantages over other Tractors. We believe the day is not far in the distance when this machine will have a home on the best farms in Adair county. In the meantime, call upon Buchanan Lyon Company. Wyatt Thomas, who lives at Cane Valley, this county, was shot and fam- killed by Burl Thomas in a pistol duel. ily poker gome in Louisville All the It is reported here that the shorting parties were fined, but the fine sus- came up over the division of some land. Wyatt Thomas left immediatepended. ly for the scene upon receiving the int Fourteen negroes were arrested in Stringer's soft drink stand. Louis-vill- formation of his brother's death. The police swooped down on a ej charged with crap shooting. For Sale Bradley Vaughan was giv,en two years' in the penitentiary for shooting A good:farm and brood mare, one deputy sheriff H. D. Raleigh, on the mule colt, onepojnbined: work-horCumberland river one year ago. Goodman, Columbia,Ky. e! The Fall Term of the Court of Appeals will open next Monday. The docket is quite lengthy. Mrs. Samuel M, Wilson, Democrat, JT. Lindsey-Wilso- n. Next Monday will be county court, and if weather conditions are favor- has arrived in Louisville and has opened headquarters. She will have a number of assistants, and every effort will be made to get out the woman's vote throughout the State. n Entertained at Mrs. L. C. 12 o'clocK Dinner. Hindman entertained at her home on Gatnett avenue, Saturday. The following were invited: Mesdames Gordon Montgomery, Bruce Montgomery, George Stults, Perry Hutchison, Horace Jeffries, Minnie Johnson, Rubye Turney, of Nashville, Term., and Miss Mollid Jeffries. Mrs. Hindman was assisted by her daugh ter, Miss Mabel. The day was de- others vitally interested in tbe oil business from Oklahoma, are expected here within the next few days. They are coming for the purpose of Looking over the territory and investigating local conditions with a view to becoming interested in the development of the field. There has never been in the history of the world a time when so much depended upon crude oil or petroleum products as at present, and it is of vital importance that every progressive citizen shall exert himself in every' possible way to encourage production. This applies not only to the country at large, but locally as well. The oil business, at its best, is one beset with many difficulties and hardships, and there are worries and anxieties connected with it of which the average man has no real conception; and it is reliably reported that some of these who are actively identiiied with the business are giving it up entirely. W ith the Government calling so ur gently for crude oil and gasoline, and with such an ever increasing demand being made by manufacturers, farmers and people in every walk of life for petroleum products, it behooves every public spirited citizen to do everything in his power to encourage pro duction.. One live wire ''booster" in a community is worth more to it than all the "knockers" of the past, pres ent and future combined. According to reports published in the Louisville dailies within the past few days, a great deal of interest is being manifested in the information conveyed in an address before the New Albany, Ind , Chamber of Commerce, last week, delivered by Prof. H. A. Buerk, Supt. of schools there, in which he stated that such immense deposits of Devonian Shale, from which crude oils are being extracted, underlie the Falls Cities that they are destined to become one of the leading industrial centers of the United States. Reference was made in these columns some weeks since to the fact that oil was being extracted from Shale in such quantities that this method of securing the crude would cut an important figure in future production, and the statements made by Prof. Buerk simply verify the prediction then made. It is stated upon reliable authority that by proper distillation as much as fifteen gallons of oil can be obtained from a ton of Shale. Adair county simply teems with such deposits, and the day will come when the production of oil from Shale will be one of the big business enterprises of this section. After being unduly delayed in transit, the big drilling rig of the Palmer Oil & Gas Company has finally arrived, and Mr Geo. H. Palmer, presi dent, Is one of the happiest men to be fint lightfully spent, all regretting when J. E Heilman and O C. tne hour of departure came. Fink, two "live wire" operators, who Mr. B. F. Chewning, of this place is have been located at Glasgow, were on Friday last for the purpose of very artistic in every thing he does here looking up living quarters, as they ex- especially when he is using his pocket pect to locate here and become prom- knife the blades of which he keeps inently identified with the developin perfect order. He is very fond of ment of this territory. They own some valuable acreage at Creelsboro, whittling, and usually keeps on hand where they already have- one drilling a good supply of red cedar, and in rig on the ground, and they will be whittling he invariably makes someoperating there at an early date thing, either ornamental or useful. They will ship in another rig as soon paddles, tops for jars, imitatas it can be secured, and they may al- Butter the so open an office here and make a ion of the Red Eye Fish, charms and Republican campaign Committee, to Pressing Room. specialty in the handling of leases. A many other articles. He believes that work in the Columbia precincts: warm welcome will be extended these, when a man is occupying time, he L. T. Neat, Chairman. I have opened a cleaning and presspeople when they locate among us should make something useful, and Fred McLean, Secretary. and we trust they will not be long in ing room in the Hancock old hotel if he likes the pleasure of whittling W. S. Sinclair, Treasurer. co .aing. building. Work guaranteed and he gets that also. J. N. Coffoy. prices right. Will appreciate your L. C. Hindman, Columbia Loses to Tompkinsville. business. Public Sale. A. W. Tarter, John Goff. well. Messrs d, able a large crowd is likely to be in In the State there is one automotown. The Master Commissioner, W. bile for every twenty-seveinhabA. Coffey, will make several land itants. Those that have not bought sales, and it is likely some stock will are arranging to buy. be on the market. Robt. Wedekind. President of the Hazard Coal Company, has been arNotice. rested, charged with violating the law regulating the price of coal durNotice is hereby given that the un- ing the war. His home in Louisville. dersigned will, on the 6th day of September, 1920, it being the first day of Farm for Sale. the regular tsrm of the Adair County Court present to the said cou rt a pe tition asking said court to make all Farm, consisting of 160 acres U necessary orders to change and alter the Casey Creek and Clementsville miles from town. 9 acres of bottom road in Adair county in the following land, rest is gently rolling. The im manner: So change and alter said provements are extra good, consistroad at the farm of George Wolford, ing of a dwelling of 7 rooms, 3 tenant leaving the old road at said point and run then in a southeasterly direction houses, extra large tobacco barn, feed over the land of J A. Williams, barn, and all necessary outbuildings, thence over the lands of Irvin Abel, well fenced and watered. The imthence an easterly direction over the provements are worth J the price of lands of Ed Morgan, thence over the the farm. For price and terms see lands of A. J. Ward, thence over the W. E. Harris. land now occupied by Delphena Ward thence over the land of Claud South-erlanMiss Frances Strange entertained thence over the lands of J. I. at Supper, Monday evening, Misses Hendrickson, to a point in the same Margaret and Elizabeth Carson, of Casey Creek and Clementsville road. Louisville, Miss Katie and Mr. J. E. 43 t J. I. Hendrickson &c. Murrell. Miss Strange was assisted by her mother and a magnificent reRepublican Campaign Committee. past was served. After supper several hours were spent In social converse and in listening to delightful music. The following persons make up The Lind3ey-Wilso- n Training School will open next Tuesday the 7th. Every thing Is in readiness for the students. All the xbuildings have been renervated and the grounds are condition. All the teachers have notified the principal that they will be on time. R. V. Bennett, Principal. Rev. H. L. Thompson exhibited a sweet potato vine at this office last Friday that had' several blooms upon It. Mr Thompson said tha't he had been hearing all his life that the sweet potato vine did not bloom, and that he was greatly surprised when he cut this one and foundlthe blossom. The Adair Post of the American Legion, at a meeting held last voted for the Optional bill with the cash borna eliminated. Mr. E. W. Reed wa3 eleated delegate to the State convention, the 3rd and Thura-dayevening, 4th, of September, in Louisville. A young boy named Burton, a half brother of Mr. Alvin Burton, got badly hurt while scuffling with a boy friend. Dr. C. M. Russell was called, finding the lad In a dangerous condi tion, tie administered to him, but the boy rapidly grew worse and died last Saturday. The burial was at Bear Wallow Sunday. He was a son of Mr. Ambrose Burton. Pastor Leslie J. B. Smith has returned after conducting a revival in Marion county. He begun a meeting at Zion, Monday, Aug. 30th, assisted by Dr. W. W. Horner. The regular mid-wee- service will be continued here by the pastor and also there be services next Sunday fchich is the regular preaching day. k The first of last week the Columbia baseball learn motored to Tompkinsville, and on Tuesday they met the Monroe boys. Both teams entered the game in high hopes, and at the ending of the fourth inning it looked like Columbia would come out victorious, the score standing 2 to nothing. At this juncture the Monroe bojs got on their lighting clothes, and gained points to the end, the game closing 4 to 2 in favor of Tompkinsville. Our boys say that they were rayally treated and that the Monroe aggregation make up a splendid team. There was not a jar, and when our boys left for home the warm, friendly hand was extended. A return game will probably be played here some time in September. for sale, on Friday, Sept., 3, beginning at 10 a. m., my farm, 62 acres, 1 young mare, 2 cow?, 10 acres corn, some old corn, household goods good organ, 1 good plow and com drill, saddles, some hay, 200 lbs., tobacco, a few other things. 44-George Aaron. 2t I will offer Winfrey, Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, M. O. Paid List. Tumor Removed. Gen. Jas. Garnett was in an infirmary at Louisville several days of last week, having had a fatty tumor removed from his back. It was not a dangerous operation and the General was only confined a few days. We underwent the same operation three weeks ago. Dr. Flowers froze our back, removed the tumor without pain, and it has been done so long we The work on the Grady ville pike is would have forgotten we ever had one progressing. The overseers are makhad we not been reminded of Gen. ing an effort to get the metal on beGarnett's operation. fore extreme cold weather. This pike wjll bring about a closer relation The Fordson Tractor. between The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Birthday Dinner. Tuesday. Hugh Sharp, Mrs T. S. Ellis, R. G Willis, A. V. Taylor, Exura Humph-resOne day last week Miss Nona Bramlett Butler, Ulus Garrett, birthday- was celebrated. It L. S. Guthrie, Dr. W. B. Helm, Wm. was a very delighted social event, and all who were honored with an invita- Mehlhaf, Mrs. J. D. McLeod, H. C. tion enjoyed a most magnificent din- Moxley, Mrs. Ed Boss, Mrs. J. E. ner. Among the guests were Miss Price. Mattie Hurt, Mrs. Morrison Johnson At Logan Bomar's emporium, on and Mrs. R. H. Price. the Burkesville pike, Saturday night We desire to extend our condolence Will Lester and Will Duncan, both to the surviving members of the fam- colored, got into trouble over a waterDunily of Mrs. Nannie Mills, who recent- melon. Lester knocked ly died at Pellyton, Adair county. can in the head with a coca cola bot She was an excellent lady and a lov- tle, and for awhile it was thought ing mother. Her husband, Capt. E. that the lick would prove fatal. At C. Mills, who died many years ago, this time he is not out of danger, but was a stately old gentleman, and was it is generally believed that he will Con-over- 's s, well-know- n Mrs. J. Ft Patteson, Mrs. Mary Biggs. Columbia was defeated at Labanoa last Friday ma fast game. The result was 8 to 6. Quite a nnmber of lovers of the sport witnessed the con- test. On September 17, a gentleman will be here with reels in the interest of the local Chapter of Eastern Star Masons. The show will be at the Paramount theater. If you want to see an interesting game, be in Columbia next Saturday afternoon. Tompkinsville's fast team will be.here. of Eistern Star Masons of 'Columbia, Greensburg and Campbellsville will be held at Griffin Springs today. Tri-gatheri- Wanted, a housakeeper for two. Apply to J. E. Murrell. in Columbia. , get well. k Colombia and Gradyville section, and a great deal of trade Last Friday was set apart by the that Greensburg is now getting will Buchanan Lyon Company as demoncome to this place. A few more pikes day for the Fordson Tractor, leading to this place and Columbia stration and a large number of farmers came would be the busiest town in South to see the machine in action. The Eastern Kentucky field in which it was operated is on Mr. P. V. Cundiff's farm, the frm Serious Accident. formerly owned by Mr. C. S. Harris. It was amazing to the many who Last Sunday week Dr Ed Sallee visited the field to see ho rapidly met with a very serious accident. He the ground was turned, and especially was at home and was swinging on a the depth. The machine is certainly gate, fell off, breaking his left thigh a great invention, and when you take between the knee and hip joint. DrsJ into consideration the rapidity the Flowers and Miller were called and ground is turned, and the amount of reduced the fracture. The doctor is labor saved, the cost of tbe machine quite an did man, but' it 'is belived should not be considered. It fact an farmer can not get along that he wiU rebater;" " up-to-da- te An airplane was the latest attraction The farm known as the William Campbells-vill- e Garnett Conover farm, was sold pri- here It came over from Monday morning and soared last vately a lew weeks ago for 84,050. above town for quite a while. Bradley It contains 88 acres and lies near Mt. Tarter came over in it. Pleasant church. There are 19 acres on the farm that were not sold, beFor Sale. longing to Miss Eliza Conover individually. High-graTypewriter, A 1 Condition. Bargain. Call or see Important Notice. Edward Hamlett, News Office. de Charlotte B. Eub'ank's stenography class is being organized for fall Mrs. work. Enroll early. Come to Columbia next Saturday afternoon and see a fast ball game Tompkinsville against the home team. Born, to the wife of Rev. R. V, Bennett, Thursday morning August 26, a fine son. Mother and baby doing nicely, son, Aug. 23rd, Born, to the wife of Norman Morri- a fine son. We want a boy or girl who is in Born, to I request that all position to stay permanently, and who Dohoney, the wife of Christopher the 23rd of Aug., a daughparties owing the estate will call up- wants to be taught the business, to ter. on me and make settlement by Octo- apply at this office at once. ber 1, 1920. Persons having accounts Born, to the wife of M. L. HDghes, Killing at Dunnville. against said decedent will present Aug. 20, a son, Milton L. Jr. them properly verified by October 1. Born, to the wife of Jas. Bonaoan: W. T. Hendrickson, , Last Saturday morning, at Dunnrecently, a daughter. 44-Campbellaville, Ky, ' ville,' !Jwh .Thomas, a brother, of As administrator of TJ. G. Hendrickson,, deceased', 2t S J K- - V.' f' Vfr --?Jf ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 . ? ' ft: ypizr . &? EVERYTHING IN BIG y STOCK am OF CLOTH ING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 1 ROOFING Also Ellwood and American Fence. now ready to supply young men, old men ancbboys Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock, and receiving' new I can interest you in prices. If you need an7 16 Eaat liaihet "Mreei Between flrsl and Brook Louisville, Ky. AUTOMOBILE LINE $ thing in this line, call at once. Columbia and GamoDeiisvllie TWO ROUiND TRIPS DAILY. SHOES! -- SHOES!! I TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. bought them My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. I Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I i can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. I p. m. PHONES. SoluniI,i;,l?3 ) Qampbellsville, W. E. NOE. JG&03Q&G330338GG3g ; fi i BUCCIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I . $0338Q8G$23;;Q8Sm I Colun bia Barber Shop LOY & I.O'WK J! am selling them at living prices. Rid- - A i Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction'and Gratification are Guaranteed. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article andfprice. A. t WOODSON LEWI GRJEENSBURG, HwJ HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST F. SCOTT Hri TRUCKS 3Q3G( Am permanentlyyjocated in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. DEALER IN (GARFORD KENTUCKY. Ql 11.2. 34, AND 5 TON. For Low Co st per Ton, Mild EE r Judgment. Bidders will be prepared this country the league covenant and would justify and require Too nany movie stars, too few to comply promptly with these terms. as reported to the Paris confer- one who believes so to ignore W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. ence, I urged, on the same plat- party ties and secure this great cooks. ' ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Veterinary Surg con and DenlisI s of a form with him, that we join the boon for the world and this Too many wildcat stock certifSALE. COMMISSIONER' OF KENTUCKY. league. I thereafter recommend- country. icates and too few Liberty bonds. Special attention g ivenDisease Mary Cordie Grant & others, Plft. ) Domestic Animals ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT vs . ed amendments, some of which ) Too many striking and too few Office at Kesidence, Delia Murphy & others, Deft OF KENTUCKY. A lazy feeling with l mile of town, od were adopted into its final form. By virtue of a Judgment and Order Winston Coomer&c Plft ) yawning and sleepiness in the day working. Jamestown road vs Had I been in the Senate I time is caused by a torpid liver and of Sale of Adair Cireuit Court, ren- Finis Coomer &c Deft ) Phone 114 G. Too many cussing and too few dered at the July Term, thereof, 1920, By virtue of a Judgment and Order would have voted for the league disordered bowels. Herbine is a splen- praying. Columbia ,' Ky in the above cause, I shall proceed to of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- and treaty as submitted; and I did remedy for such ailments. It door offer for sale at the Court-housToo many consuming and too ed at the July Term, thereof, 1920, in advocated its ratification accord- cleanses the system and restores vim in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- the above cause, I shall proceed to ofingly. I did not think and do and activity. Price, 60c Sold by few producing. der, at Public Auction, on Monday, fer for sale at the Courthouse door in Paul Drug Co, Adv. Accept Too many wrist watches and 6th day of Sept., 1920, at one Columbia, Ky. to the highest bidder, not now think that anything in the the league covenant as sent to too few time cards. Too 'Many o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (being Too Few. No Substitutes at Public Auction, on Monday the 6th, County Court) upon a credit of six day of Sept. 1920, at one o'clock, p. m., fche Senate would violate the' Too many Georgette waists Q for months, the following described prop- or thereabout (being County Court,) Constitution of the United The cause of the high cost di and too few bungalow aprons. erty t: upon a credit of six months, the fol- States or would involve us in living and the unrest of today is Too much envy and too little A certain tract of land lying in lowing described property wars which it would not be to because we have too many of .brotherly love. Adair county, Ky. Beginning at a A certain tract of gland lying in the highest interest of the world IGK-DRAU6some things and too few of oth Too many bridge parties and white walnut now down, corner to E. Adair county, Kentucky, and bound- and this country to suppress ers. We have: C. Stotts, thence with his line N 10 E ed and described as follows: Begintoo few sewing circles. by universal boycott and, if need H 10 poles to a white walnut, thence ning at a Chestnut stump near the Too many sleeping porches and B Too many laws and too little by military force. With his line S" 68 E 66 poles to a blue Tompkinsville road, thence to John be, too few alarm clocks. Vegetable enforcement. ash on a branch, thence IJ 44 E 20 A. Coffey's line where my fenca joins I consider that the moral efToo many billard cues and too poles to a beech corner to said Stotts, said Caffey's fence, thence with Cof- fect of Article X on predatory Too much movie going and too few hoe handles. 66 W 63 fey's line to James JRoberts line, thence with Wooten's line U little church going. nations would restrain them P. 9 poles to a beech corner to B. H. Mo thence with Roberts line to the Too many apartment houses Too many politicians and too SBBBBBBQHSCIHH from war as the declaration of S 37 W Tompkinsville road, thence with said Kinney, thence with his line and too few homes. few statesmen. 34J.polestoabeech, thence with his road to the beginning, containing 15 the Mohroe Ddctrine has done, Too many silk socks and too and that the requirement of the Too many preaching and too For skin eruptions, rash, chafed line S 76 W 22 poles to a Sugar tree acres more or less. few gray mixed ones.! skin, prickly heat, chiggar bites and and Saesarafras, thence with his line For the purchase price, the purchas unanimous consent by the reprelittle practicing. er, with approved surety or securities, sentatives of the great powers stings of poisonous insects, Balla'rd's Too many silk shirts and too S 29 W 22 poles to a hickory, thence must execute Bond, bearing legal inSnow Liniment is an affective appliwith his line S 63J E 5 poles to a in council before league, action few blue work ones. A cross, sickly baby suffering from cation. It heals quickly. Three sizes, day of sale until paid tnence S 60 E 30 poles to the terest from the safeguard the U. S., Too many baseball rooters and digestive troubles and looseness of the 30c, 90c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold would by beginning, and containing 23 acres and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared from any perversion of the high too few farm hands. Drug Co, " bowels, needs McGee's BabyElixlr. Paull Adv more or less. the league. MoreToo many Fords and too few It checks the bowels, eases the purchase price, the purchas- to comply promptly with these terms. purpose-- of For the W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. over, I believe that the issue of hogs (except the road kind.)t er, with approved surety or securities, stomach and restores healthy conIf consistency be "a virtue of Bond, bearing legal inmust execute Taft Still for League. the league transcends in its im- - Too many high heel shoes and ditions. Price, 3Ec and 60c. Sold by small minds," then small minds-arterest from the day of sale until paid, Paull Drug Co. Adv aDy domestlc lssues too few common sense ones.- most uncommon. nd baving the force and effect of a Wfeen Mr. Wilson brought to Prtance COMMISSIONER'S SALE. fr " B fc ulv H B 1 Q V B' Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. L. H. Jones nt e BBflflBBBBBflB&i& to-wi- Thedford's HT to-wi- t: Purely g i liver Medicine Mul-berr- y, e bilAs k f AIR COHMTY NEWS GLAD POLITICS ARE ELIMINATE! By High Official In National Organization to make tho world a better place because of our having lived In It, then we must look to the public schools for preparation for life; for the Intellectual life of a people will never rise higher than its public schools. BETTER DAYS FOR RURAL SCHOOLS Take Advan AMERICAN LEOiON FOR EDUCATION i dorntroWoSchophBoardByJFannertIsyoicedi4 ,gjUtujrs i Tho American Farm Bureau Federation Is emphatic In Its attitude toward education In the rural districts. Mr. 7. H. Crenshaw, the treasurer of this great organization of farmers, in a re- tage of Opportunity Presented By New Law StateCommander .Comes Out Squarely for County Board of Education Chosen Without Regard to Politics cent Interview granted your correspondent, declared: The Kentucky Farm Bureau stands for the elimination of politics from the control of educational affairs. The farmer boy and girl of Kentucky are entitled to the best me. if training it Is possible to secure. The question for fr J. S. CRENSHAW, Cadiz, Ky.f Treasurer of the American Farm Bureau. vcars past has been bow can this be accomplished, now the solution is presented In the new school laws. A law Is no stronger than public sentiment, no law will work automatically. Are the formers really and truly Interested In the education of theirchll-dren- ? Are they really and truly 100 per cent Americans? Are they op Do they think posed to Bolshevism? this government worthy of, and are they willing to do their best that it be perpetuated? Everything depends upon the interest manifested in the election of tlu County Board of Education, of the election of men who will without fear cr favor stand first for a square dea1 for the boys and girls of the State, who will have their Interest as of first consideration ; their future as of prime importance. That there are a number of men and women in every county In Kentuckj folly competent to compose these boards is unquestioned. The Count Farm Bureaus should take an active part In Impressing on them their responsibility; on calling the attention of the people to them, on seeing that the names of such men and women are placed on the ballot and on an aggressive campaign that their election be assured. The Kentucky Farm Bureau endorses unqualifiedly the law creating the new County Boards of Education and will wholeheartedly giye its aid to any county asking for assistance In advising the people of the great opportunity It offers, for happier homes, for more prosperity, for the greater service ang tor Digger living. The Ives or people can not oe greater than their ability to live and their ability to live is measured by their knowledge of life. If we are saved to serve and born Into the world to render service, The American Legion believes in ed- gion sees the best immediate opporod of raising the standard of the rural ucating young America. Mr. Ulrich tunity for placing the school thlldren schools. The attendance officer provided ior in the' law will solve the at- Bell, Commander of Kentucky, lately under qualified supervisors and teachtendance problem which has always gave this paper the following view- ers. Those who would bring partisan been a grave one and the appointment point which should be read by every peiitics to bear in educational matparent and thinking ters must come sharply Into conflict of the right person to that position is with the outstanding principles of the said: of vital Importance. " Mere clannishness for the sake of Legion. As President of the National ConWith the prospect before me of Kenon left over memories Under an Americanization plan, ;o gress of Mothers' and Parent-Teach'- -' GREAT PIECE OF WORK tucky's brilliant educational future, it e simple contact with be launched in, September by tha Leer Associations, and knowing full wSll of the Is Impossible to resist the pleasing own ilk would never have gion, with a State Commission, It Is the mighty strength of parents and one's The Hon. J. N. Camden was visited temptation of urging that every man teachers banded together for the wel- served as a sufficient basis for the ex- hoped to bring to bear all Influences istence of the American Legion. Only on the problem in this State ; but, most in his country home near Versailles by and woman, whether they be parent, fare of children our future citizens deep-lai- d principles, those set out particularly, by means of education. your staff correspondent this summer teacher or citizen, add their interest, I urge upon all women of the Commonbelow by the founders of In the appeal now being made for to secure his viewpoint of the new their energy nndvtheir support to the wealth of Kentucky, active interest and participation in all helpful ways, the Legion, could have sufficed for an thoughtful selection of County School school laws. That he Is heartily In Cause of Education. May our glori- in affairs pertaining to our schools. organization which aspired to the place Boards, the Legion sees a work in favor of them is shown by his state- ous State not hold back, but by its Find the particular need of your com- the Legion now occupies. which it can ask the 85,000 Kentucky every act add Impetus through increas- munity and meet it through a Parent-Teach"To foster and perpetuate a one men and the public as a which follows; ment ing Interest In our school system. hundred per cent Americanism" and whole to join heartily. Association. I know the rural school because I "to inculcate a sense of individual oblive In the country and see It at work ligation to the community, state and SCHOOL SITUATION IN STATE HELP WIPE OUT ILLITERACY nation." during the whole school year, and I know it needs Improvement. The following news story which Genernl E. H. Woods, who heads the came from Washington about August I feel that the two political parties Farm Bureau movement In Kentucky, 1st is given to set the reader to thinkIn Kentucky did a great and fine piece urges the farmers to Interest theming about the school situation In Kenof work when they combined forces selves in the selection of strong Boards tucky. The story is followed by an Inand passed a group of new and thorof Education In ihe following: terview which our correspondent had oughly school laws. Among All honor and much credit is due to with Honorable George. Colvin, State the Kentucky School Administration Superintendent of Public Instruction, those laws passed none will.be more Law. This wise and timely law leaves so our readePs might have the whole far reaching in its results than the it with the rural population of this truth in the matter. one creating n Board of Education for Forty-on- e state to carry out its intention. One h per cent of and eacn county, composed of live memof the great objects of the Kentucky the average school term In Kentucky bers, who will have the power of seFarm Bureau Federation is to work to is wasted because of irregular attendlecting a county superintendent nnd the end that tho country boy and girl ance, according to figures compiled office out of county thus; take the in Kentucky can have just as good and announced. b the Bureau of Edupolitics. schools as have the city and town boy cation today. The percentage of waste Next No ember the public will natand g'll. This I regard as one of the through irregular attendance Is greater urally be very much interested In tho most important steps in order to stop in Kentucky than in any other State, national candidates and the national the flow of population from farm to officials of the Federal Bureau say. issues, but the matter of good schools the Town. Another is to help wipe out Indiana, on the other hand, wastes and strong teachers should not be forilliti'nuj in this state. only 7 per centof Its average school gotten for a single moment. Good Ar. .otle was once asked how much term through Irregular attendance, and school In the Twentieth Century are cduiateil men were superior to the unstands first in the list of '.States oa vitally important toeach and eery MRS. .GEORGE C. WZLDON, school attendance records, wl$e Kencountj in the Commonwealth. The President of National Congress of educated men. His reply was, "As much as the living are to the dead." tucky stands at the bottom. voter should not forget that the finest Mothers' and Parent-TeachAss'n. We want our state to have a living Tho amount of ichool term waited . ULRICH BELL, and best National Government in the population. The Farm Bureau FederState Commander of American Legion. by irregular attendance on an average world will not educate the boys and Kentucky lias sunk discouragingly for all the States Is 25.4 per cent, or girls out in the country. So it is up to low in the educational scale, but the ation inttrds to keep clear of political alliances, but we are 100 per cent two groat ambitions, the just about half way between the figUnder 'hese the voters in Kentucky to see to it that present thoroughly aroused interest of American and stand for the support America 'i Legion interprets education ures' given on Indiana and on Kenprogressive County Boards of Educa- the State at large in schools of our government in the protection of as its sreat rie'.d of endeavor for the tucky. Educational officials here pinc tion are elected next November. aging and will do much tow aid push- . " "r-- ennst'tutfonai ard future. Working with all other agen- out that the school term in Kentucky, ing us upward. We belong i ir the cies in meIng thw minifying needs of nn the average, represent only V op. We must make a place for our jr this field, the Department of Kentucky days if the allowance werijf ! elves there and hold It against a! latpes for even a modest part in thrust- cent, but the actual school term i time. because of poor attendant ing forward every project that looks to The provision in the new school law days. It U the Mifesnantini; of the high and true about eighty-eigh- t for the election of a County Board of n.ndard by which the schools of the mated that this irregular attet Education In each county seems the yite -- hould be guided in preparing wastage of school term resal'- best solution of the problem o: rura ' upcoming generation for good citizen- financial lo of approximately Therefore, my appeal education. ooa ship: to women, whether the Kentucky's rew school atte . Under the new state lav. Ahleh al. e children in school or not. Edur low the citizens to elect from the coun- law, passed bj the las? Legi cation through school being the chiet ty at iarce the be: possible County Is designated by official of tl preparation for futvie citizenship, our ' Board of Education, chosen without eral Bureau of Education as one duty lies in making : hem a- - efficient as and important . i reterence to politics, the American Le-- most l'es in our power. J?q women Is left of legisl.uior ever passed for the bt the direction of children's educat'on. fir of Kentucky's educational system .1 a large degree, o you must exert The Honorable Geo. Colvin had the the recent privih ,e of suffrage it. OBJECTS OF LEGION following to ay toncerning the above electing to your County Board of Edu news item: atlon good, clean, capable and eou&i . "I might suggest that statistics with "For God and Country we asbo-cut- e entious men who will ue every hull u are so. unreliable as to make any ourselves together for the folience to create and maintain a nor conclusion of this sort wholly a mattei lowing purposes: partisan Board. of conjecture. We are not attempting '"To uphold and defend the ConSince the rural school is the great stitution of the United States of rto extenuate our condition, nor to hope for Kentucky's educational rise, make excuses for it. We know that America . to maintain law and oryou women and mothers must wield a ' der; to foster and perpetuate a it is deplorably bad. We are trying to HON. J. N. CAMDEN, GENERAL E H. WOODS, nighty influence both inside and outface the situation honestly and fearone hundred per cent Americanism ; Versailles, Ky. side the hon e, through the helpful and President Kentucky Farm Bureau lessly. We are exerting every effort to preserve the memories and inciParent-TeachDemocratic National Committeeman. Asorganized work of Federation. to improve the efficiency of out dents of our association in the sociations. Every school district finds Great War; to inculcate a sense of schools, to increase the attendance, One point should not be forgotten its Parent-TeachThe safety of thig nation lies in the or Mothers' Club and to develop a public sentiment that individual obligation to the when candidates for places on this a solution to most of Its problems, education of all of Its people. Therewill demand and support measures are being voted for and that is whatever they may be, for it is a com- fore when the farmers of Kentucky go state and nation ; to comboard bat the autocracy of both the looking to these ends. that they must not be pledged to any bining of the forces of the home and to the polls to vote in November for "We are greatly encouraged by tha special person for the office of County the school for the good of the school the Board of Education of the County, classes and the masses; to make determination and desire everywhere right the master of might ; to proSuperintendent. The voter should help and to meet its every need. let them see only the welfare of their expressed to improve our educational mote peace and good will on earth ; elect strong men on the board and Womn, familiarize yourselves with children, the Interest of their state, conditions. We seem to have the needto safeguard and transmit to posleave them absolutely free to select a the new school law, then form a of their nation, and the perpetuity ed legislation, thanks to the courage principles of justice, freecounty superintendent who will make eacher terity the Association in your com- put the rural schools of Kentucky forand wisdom of our last General Assemgood. In other words, the voter should munity, or strengthen the one already ever out of politics, casting their votes dom and democracy; to consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by bly. Our present obligation Is to put think of the boys and girls In his coun- formed, for the full enforcement and for the most honest, capable and best these new laws into effect. The situaty who are not getting a fair square right Interpretation, of that law as It qualified persons available for the poour devotion to mutual helpfultion dpes not call for despondency of deal In the matter of schooling and is unquestionably the only right meth- - sition. ness." despair, but confidence." forget who haDDens to wish the office. When Mrs. Geo. C. Weldon was asked for a statement concerning the new school laws, which will become operative next November in the election of a County Board of Education, she citl-ben: yarn-swappin- g war-tim- far-sighte- d er one-tent- er cod i 1 l far-rc-achi- , ( er er com-"munit- y, Parent-T- HELP CLOSE THE DANGEROUS ROAD THE CHILD WITH THE HOE HE SHALL NOT PASS I - , i 1 . ' " I ' .. " f t . "J. . s I "5 :" ' . u4ll ' - ,H.itst,iJt-4titfrja ,,w " ' . ' - . .' . , y i ''-- - ' 4- 3&Jffl&Sri&J8SSD !rin THE ADA3B COOHTI tfBWi 1 He named the cities. ,jud. the anjouat the-- moneswUkingB 'm ' oeuptyr fyuuatm,- - j$tiirK-the State in the interest of Mr. in each city would pay. Senator Ernst and against the League of Harding Bays that he will not fil Golum6ia Keivtncky. Nations. The more speeches he have any thing to say in regard , Editor makes the more votes Senator to the charges. Gov. Cox says he J E.MURREU-. . .. Mcr MRS. DAISY HAMUETT. has evidence of a greater amount Beckham will get. to be contributed by the RepubDemocratic nrwpapexderoted to tha IntciMt' Col. Frank L. Ripy writesl licans which he will give to the tbeOUrof Colcinblsaad tha, pacpla of Adair friends here, stating that there public later in the campaign. He tad adjoining eountltt. are no sore ppots on him. That further says that there is not a as second he is heart and soul for Ralph doubt Entered at the Columba' but the Republican millionmall matter. Congress, and that aires will make an effort to buy Gilbert for he wants his friends to feel as the Presidency, but they can not WED. SEPT,. 1. 1920. he does, and work for the party doit. as he intends doing. He will be Bnbscriptlon Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone in Adair county in the interest .50 per yer. PERSONALS. of the Democratic candidates AM Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perfyear A Enbscriptlon due and Payable InTAdvance during the campaign. Port-offic-e MWA&i STORE OF QUALITY Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No- 4 The New York World, leading paper of America, The New York Times, a Republican paper FOR PRESIDENT claiming the biggest circulation JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. of any paper in America, and FOR Tme the New York Evening Post, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, most powerful independent pa of NewlYork. per in the United States are all UNITED STATES SENATE supporting Governor Cox for TOR J. C. W. BECKHAM. Presidsnt. And all for the same reason because he is a progres FOR CONGRESS sive democrat and for the League RALPH GILBERT of Shelby County, of Nations. Democratic Ticket Van Winkle and F. F. Snead, Louisville, were here last Wednesday, enroute to the Creels-bor- o Oil Field, they being financially interested. a State Mr. Elam Huddleston, Messrs. A. C. tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. VICE-PRESIDEN- T Bank Official, was here a day or two CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE last week. Mr. Frank L. Walker, Lexington, was at the Jeffries Hotel, last Mr. E. B. McLean, tha weil-know- n commercial traveler, was here a few days ago. Mr. N. B. Falkenburp, Jamestown, was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. L. R. Chelf, prominent merchant of Knlflev was here, looking after some business, a few days ago. Progress Range Stoves Gov. Cox is progressive; Sena- tor Harding reactionary. your choice. Twenty-tw- o Take million American women are now on equality with men at the ballot box. The reactionaries in the Unit ed States Senate, the ones who are darning Wilson, will lose out & the end. A man who does not know the principles for which his party stands, and is quite active in politics, is a "hoss." The negro girls are coming, A dispatch from Washington says: "The Republican National Committee is doing one thing that has never been attempted heretofore. It is organizing a group of colored women who are to travel through the States of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and possibly a few other hotly contested regions, and preach Republicanism. So far fifteen colored women have signed for the campaign." Columbia is likely to get an T. W. Tay lor, Campbellsville' made his regular trlb to Columb ia last Wednesday, Mr. Mr. T. W. Hays, Birmingham, Ala. was seen upon our streets a few daj-- Albin Murray Columbia, Phone 12 4 4 ago, Mr. A. V. Taylor, wife and children Ke ntucKy Next Dooi to The Adair County New Office. returned to their Indiana Tnursday. home last MissEstil Sandusky, of JBarrods burg, visited relatives here last week. Mr. L. C. Sullivan, 'What manner of man is he who holds to the principles of a to the view expressed by a high Mr. and Mrs. Barnett, their two political party and has not the official of the government will children, Mary Nell and Charles Barcourage to let his convictions be not insist upon specific state- nett, Jr., and Miss Cary Rosenfield 73 acres, 60 acres tilable, ments regarding Poland's inten- left on their return trip to St. Louis bulance timber. kujwn? , Good Sunday morning. tions in its struggle with BolsheThe Democratic party stands vik Russia. This government is Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill returned house, good well, two good for progressive ideas. It wants satisfied it was said, with See barns, 's last week from a visit to Greenville, Ky., Mrs. Hill's former home. a lasting peace, and the1 way to general denial of imperialJ. H. Goff, Dr. Garlin Grissom was in town last get s the adoption of the istic aims and the general state' of Russell Springs, Athletic Director Newberry College, South Carolina, was in- town a tew days since. Mr. Sullivan is a graduate of Lindsay-Wilso- n and The United States, accordinng Georgetown college. - &$0MfrO4640Q'QM6e4'4i89664 Farm For Sale. Special 10 days Sale On Slippers and White Shoes Po-and- it--i- ment that Poland did not seek The Masonic Home Journal territorial aggression. was established for the benefit The Democratic State camof the craft, not for political pur paign will be opened early in poses. The wording under a September.. first appointpicture it published in its lsst isment to address the voters will sue was disgnsting. be seventy speeches in that The better element of the Re- many counties in the State. publican party wants a lasting Men of national reputation will peace. It is the haters of Wil- speak, and during the campaign son, who are in the Senate, that both Gov. Cox and his running have kicked up all the trouble. mate, Mr. Roosevelt, will speak But mark this prediction, Wil- in Kentucky. It may be expected that from the beginning of son will win out. the speaking until the NovemThe Democratic ladies of Adair ber election the hottest political county should organize. Their campaign ever known in Kenvotes will be needed. They tucky will be on tap. Bhould consider that they have to go up against the white ReAgain, we want to impress uppublican ladies and the colored on the Democratic women voters women. The State will be close of Adair county the importance and every Democratic vote will of them exercising the right of be needed. suffrage at the coming November election. In the first place A crowd estimated at 200,000 it will be impossible for the was addressed by Gov. Cox at Democrats to win without the Grovesend race track, New York, assistance of females who are last Saturday. During the day identified with the party. A he spoke at several places in large majority of the white laNew York City. dies of Kentucky are Democrats 5 and they should not It is given out that the Presi- They winby voting. hesitate. The coundential campaign and for United try might lose if they fail to States Senator and Congressmen vote. will be opened by the Republicans in Kentucky Friday SeptemFrom the amount of noise the ber 17. They plan to have a Republicans are making, Gov. "speech in each county m the Cox certainly sustained his -- League of Nations. Wednesday, the first time for several weeks. He is very thin, but stated that he was feeling some better. Mr. M. F. Dudley, of Bartletsville, Okla., is visiting relatives in the county. Mr. Dudley left Adair county for the West a number of years ago Mr. R. ' ' Columbia, Ky. 10 per Cent Discount 12. J. Lyon and Will Davis 'were over from Campbellsville last - of Butte City, Cal., are visiting in Columbia, stopping wiih their uncle, Mr. A. D. Patteson. They aTe natives of Adair but have been residents of California for a number of years. They are sisters of Mr. Oliver Willis . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sale Begins Thursday August SUGAR 26 cents per pound Wright reported Wednesday. that a very large crowd attended the Dr. H. W- Depp, wife, and daugh- - Brodhead Fair, and that the exibits ters, Misses Pauline fand Margaret, were very interesting. who spent ten days, in,Glasgow, vis- Mr. and Mrs L. O. McFarland, iting relatives and friends, returned Rowena. visited at the home of Mr. J. home last week. T. Goodman last week. Eld. F. J. Barger has about recovMr. C. G. Jefferies and wife, Mr. ered from a severe attack of flux. r Stanley Epperson and wife attended Prof. Tobias Huffaker, who has the Liberty Fair lasc Thursday. been teaching in Georgia, returned Mr. E, T Dudgeon and wife, Louishome last Tuesday afternoon. He ville, visited Mr. Geo. E. Wilson and appears to be in fine health, but will wife the latter part of last week. not return to Georgia, having accepMisses Margaret and Elizabeth Carted a more lucrativejposition in Southson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin ern Arkansas. Carson, Louisville, are visiting their Miss Th omasine Garnett, who spent cousin, Miss Katie Murroll. a week very delightfully with Miss Misses Mary and Julia Miller, who Myrtle Colson, Dayton, Ohio, , returnwill teach at Hazard, left for that ed home last Wednesday night. morning. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davidson, who point last Sunday Mr. John Q. Alexander was here attended the Liberty Fair, will return Friday. home this week. Mr. Eobt. Hancock and Mr. Walter Golf attended the last two days of the L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. ARE YOU READY FOR FALL PLANTING DISC HARROWS Best on the Market RIGHT PRICES 8's 10's S. F. feUBANK, Columbia, Ky., 12s Liberty Bond Circular A Table Showing Yields of Your Liberty Liberty Fair. Mr. Noel Pickett and Miss&aTFrahces i Reed, Ada Neat and Anna Eubank were at the Liberty Eair last Thursday. Mrs. A. O. Taylor spent a day or two with relatives at Mbntpeliar, last week. Mr. Sam Burdette attended ,the Liberty Fair and bought a lot of with friends a couple of days of last week' From here she went to Georgetown. Middlesboro, Mr. Jo Rosenfield, spent several days of last week with his family here. Mrs. E. B. Barger and Miss Amelia Damron vi sited friends in Greensburg the latter part of last treeki Mr. Solomon McKinley and his son, E A. McKinley, returned from a business trip to Texas last Thursday night. Mrs. Zora Rowe was here Misses Mabel Bonds At Various Prices MAILED ON REQUEST PriTate Wire to Principal Market. Our Statistical File Are at Your Serriea. USE LONG DISTANCE, PHONES: MAIN 1032. CITY 2198 George T. Wood & Son INVESTMENT 417 W. Main Street SECURITIES - Louitville, Ky. State. jT" mules. Mrs. Ed Boss and Mrs. Jack Pierce' charges of $15,000,000 slush fund. Hlndman and Oathe- - Ccntknifd to Page 5 A 1 ADAIR COUNTY-NEW- S 5 IWH9 -- o J f OK OESS3ICEa OE xer 10: O r'V. " If ja &5S.'' 253 Acres of Wheeler, ' v. .U - , -- A, S 1 toffee Down Again Pilgrim Monarch I7 I- -2 4. The Farm Mrs. S. A. Wheeler and Miss Mayme i in Nelson County cts. ' 27 .1-2-- : - ds. n U G - At Public Auction Friday September 17th, .t" :? V r'; 10 o'clock. Pike-Th- ":- ..... . o ' Here is a splendid productive farm, nearly level, located on the New Haven e Jackson Highway. jus3!& RUSSELL & CO. xo .- miles from Bardstown; long frontage on pike, a splendid dwelling as you drive with beautiful level yard to the pike; an attractive places by. Look it oyer for we are going to sell it to the last bidder on the above date. Anyj - 'iiiim minifn iinnimr-""in- Jn oi - m im wa J1 .oy This farm will be subdivided and sold in about two equal tracts, or we may make three tracts of it. way, we will sell it to suit the purchaser, so you may get the number of acres you want. It is a two-stor- 7 room dwelling with 2 halls and 3 porches, and a well at the house; has garage, ice house, coal house, It has two tenant houses. 2 fciM I It splendid stock barns, one a new barn right on the pike. The land is level anA gently rolling and can all be cultivated and has everlasting stock water. com, 15 acres in oat stubble sown to clover, 7 acres in tobacco, 50 acres tw and blue grass. 1921. 4acres in alfalfa, balance in meadow Be sure to look this farm over before sale day. Swinebroad everybody. Easy Terms. of Possession January 1, Remember' tc "ALWAYS SELLS" and to the satisfaction the owner and purchaser. A square deal THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford cars have become such a world utility that it would almost seem as if every family ought to have its Ford car. II l H 111 B III I For further particulars see the owners at the farm, R. H. Dever" and W. E. Moss at my Danville office; W. A. Dickerson and Georges 's Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or 7f ' , Runabout, Rouring Car, Coupe, Sedan, (the two latter have enclosed bodies,) and the Truck Chassis, have really become a ill III III l : part and parcel of human life. You want one because its vice will be profitable for you. ... We solicit your order ser, h III 111 SWINEBROAD Real Estate Man 1 at once M w The III LANCASTER, &T&- .- because, while production is limited, supplied. it will be first come, first Ill III III ' II! ' THE r BUCHANAN-LYON hi m in li HI I 55 ACRES The Farm of W. C. Cowherd i COMPANY. INCORPORATED. Columbia, Ky. : r ', Taylor Cou.op.ty Land At a lot . Campbellsville, Ky. -i- II J --- 'I HI Public Auction 10 - Wednesday Sept. 15th, Mrs. J. D. McLeod, of Georgia, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wyatt Continued from Page 2 d Smith, this place. Her son J. D. rine Page attended the Liderty Fair. J r. aecompanied her. Mrs. McMt. C S Cardwell, Louisville, was Leod left Columbia ten year. in Columbia a few days since. Dr. and Mrs. O. P Miller, Misses Mr. Henry Powel, Auburn, 111 , was Rose and Bess Hunn, Corinne Breeding at Jefferies Hotel last Friday. were at the Liberty Fair. Mr. Wm. Hobson, Jamestown, was Mrs. F. H. Durham and children are np.re imt; inurssuay. i visiting in Bradfordsville Miss Bonnie Judd, who has been nWri aeomnositer in this office .i Judge Rollin Hurt leaves to resume -Appeals for some weeks, will leave for Falmouth his duties on the Court of Sunday. where she1 wiU teach in a few days. bench, Frankfort, next She is an' excellent young ladyt and j . Mi. G. R. Turpin has returned from she will be greatly missed from this a monthB stay at Louisville. o'clock A. M.. Personals. Mc-Leo- Columbia Chapter No. 7, It. A. M., will meet Friday evening September 3rd., for the purpose of electing offi cers for the eusuing year. All the members are requested to be present. Horace Jeffri es, H. P.. Also of ,-. Live-Stoc- k, Farming Implements and Other Person a r. Proper -- I ''- . office. . son, Willfrom Pope's Sanitarium, Louisville. iam, Mason City, 111., jarid Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Clarence Armett, of Louisville, Beard, McKinney, Texas, visited at Mr. Alvin-Beaid;and;h- Mrs. Maggie Huberts has returned the home of Mr. J. P. Beard last week who spent the week end with her brother returned home Monday morn Mr. R. J. Lyon, T. W. Calllabn. aud Claude ing. Campbellsville Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cundiff of Indwere here assisting in the Fordson ianapolis, are visiting the former's demonstration. W. Cundiff. Sanders & Hendrickson, piano men parent, Mr. and Mrs. H. of Campbellsville were here a few days Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Montgomery ago. and children, of Bloomington, HI., Liber- are visiting at the home of Mr. Byron Mr. L. M. Young took in the Montgomery. They will be at Mrs. ty Fait. Mr.il.-vNaylor and wife, Mr. Lew Rose East the latter part of the week, isLiDdsey nnd wife, Okeene. Okla., to remain over Sundap. arrived, Mrs. Loie A. Goodman, Glasgow is . visit, last Saturday. Mrs. Llndsey aud Mr. Naylor. and wife are visiting, at the home of Mr. Sam natives of Adair county. The entire Lewis. She accompanied Miss Edna ' .party stopped with Mr. T. E. Wag Lewis home. Mrs. Naylor, and oner, brother of Mr. J. F. Triplet has been confined are busy meeting ralativas and to his room for the past ten days. is. - Owners of horses and blooded stock are large users of Liquid Borozone. LOCATION: 3 miles from Campbellsville, on the Friendship Pike, in the "Beechwood" section, of TzyWi It heals wounds, festring sores, bar-be- d wire cuts by a mild power that county. The very best land in the Countyand in the most progressive neighborhood, f mile of good school, also diEjcrAJ- 7 room bungalow, bath room basement, Splendid well right at door. Abun- - Brand new , IMPROVEMENTS: leaves no disfiguring scars. Price,-30c- , clant stock' water on the farm. A good combination stock and tobacco barn, will hold 6 acres of tobacco. 60c, and $1.20. Sold by Paull Drug Co. 3 room tenaa . . Adv. house. 80 ton silo, with cattle barn in connection. All necessary outbuildings. v This farm is known as a pari of the Webster Farm The land, is productive, the crops show what it wiH do. 30' 7 Wanted. acres in corn, "4 acres In tobacco, 20 acres in clover, 15 acres in timothy, 6 acres in cane, 20 acres in cane,20 acres ia lim-- -' " '' ber. It has 200,000 feet' of good beech, oak and walnut timber. , '' A white woman to cook at Lindsay. This farm will be up and Veiling to the "High Dollar." Look it over carefully before sale day. When you Ioc' Wilson Training School: Good Salt to bid, Mr. Cowherd Has business interests in the West which need his attention and somebody will buy jva you ary andiboard. bargain. R. V. Bennett, Columbia, Ky. on this farm. The bidders fix the prices. , Absolutely ft square deal to everybody. No Will be sold on easy term and for possession January 1, 1921. The, opening of the Graded school, 1 team of mare mules; 1 driving mare, 1 fiHy, 3 Jersey cows, hogs; new ml-PERSONAL PROPERTY: -' last Monday morning, was very gratiof harness; 4 sets of work harness, wagon, wagon box and hay frame, mowing machine, hay fying. Something like two hundred entire buggy and 3 sets riding cultivator, 1 three horse turning plow, smoothing harrow, tobacco plow, double shovel, cutKing box,-- , pupils were enrolled during the day. rake, awnnbwer separator, snatch box, hay fork, 200fi tobacco sticks, lot of lumber and fence posts. 350 bales of clover ba? ; All the teachers reported. i40 bales of timothy hay, 25 acres of com, 3 acres of cane, half interest in 4 acres of tobacco; household and kiicier: m All Day Sale i "".'' will-wan- by-bi- ds disc-plo- w, Notice. The Tax Books are now in my hands, and the taxes are due, come in and settle same at once, the sooner paid, the better for both you and the Sheriff. 43-- tf furniture, etc., etc. For further particulars see the owner at the Farm, W. Diekerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or I E. Moss Or R. H. ever at my Danville-offi'ces;'W-JDa- . ' " a, SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN .2-- '7 Cortez Sanders, SheriS,. Adair County, Ky. Big ball game here Saturday. Tompkinsville against Columbia. LANCASTER; KENiUCfe 6 RUGS and CARPETS --- -' - - r- - .. - &S MVIS HARDWARE --COMPANY-: :t j- . W t t tn Artistically Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store j - iWlSS CLEANERS & DYERS ihcqrpqkaxid jLfyinsrcniie. rvv. becix tu tw DiUU?. Come In and See Why Use Faded or Old Tiresome Colors? Have Them Renewed By a New Color. DYED DRINK To Match Color ScKemes Dealer In All kinds qf Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness -- the $7,000,000 3V-inch Tire and Farming Implements. A carefully selected stock of Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Oils A Tinware, Wagon, Paints .special machinery, special methods, special organiza--ition. This is the famous Firestone inch tire that Molded plant, its own has its own 3i I IERTELN DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink fhnt Tonnes n Pleasant MemOTU i TIi Have it in your home Full Line of Farm I mpli merits Thus Firestone serves car wners with quantity production. This permits a value in tires never before accomplished at the price. Get your share of these equip, savings by having-us at all times tCv. flFRTFI. f!o Louisville fi f3 We Also Handle Auto Supplies you. Incorporated "Makers of Oertel's Light, or Dark or Double Dark We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our Tinstone Cumber. and Grocery M ssevKV I Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, rtOBKareagagagggBsni Co. Distributor, Kentucky. Co line r AV I S -- WA CO HI J mi vjZr. ' Tormd WMmZ 1--. V-,- " y- 1 Y07 Z 1 a. 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, S.1V' W TS V T h .y,. !.! -. o At the Jeffries Old Stand 4 "Black-Draugis. in 5m my opinion, ;nt ucbi nver a? medicine on the market," yQLlft states .Mrs. P. H. . White- - Vmt. . . ht rght in the shopping f Phone 171 Columbia, Kentucky. ri siae.ot r.eota.uKia. ane ew. . -. continues: ,n : '.- -. "I had rmp-ps?iivt ,:'r4 district a nam AvS S:: IS J; itnTimrnrfr.13 foal. ine and this was very ffp$rt disagreeable and brought jpv-I on headache. I was AU a. and knew it was rVt 5 tJ be glad to see our many friends and patrons ,of Adair county at our new quarters. of Louisville, and we would The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom pikes prevail here with greatly improved faa&tea. we can serve you belter than never in your need for con-btip- a'l IZJ P3-- iii ; " "M k . U"ytf!U?M?1Ai?fW9fT?4ifUtiMiiMtiiiiiiii..... m ra.tT rmmh?;ww m? iuu ffutt rrim ros .bh ua UBM ue? uhjj uhij tiHti upij umj iihh up?) hmi ?St ykX' humu tm-:- &. . 1111 ini!M;'".iin i .".t-"""-- liirif nvr "'?"-'- .: uver. i lv Tin c use ui Black-Dr- ST-ii -- a n.ornr. ''-''Cid rhi niqhr nnd Shim c.u it ou;c is ?&j&3. ana certainty v? ,-- 2?r: ' W - s- - wwmmmwwmJ i vtTV gives reiie:." : fj &&: m WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS b and & Hubbfich Bros, 2-- Wellendorff o f HELENA RNQE STOVES GLOBE TIRES and TUBES J. F, KURFEES PAINT Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs General Line Hardware and Groceries ?;- -: uane Ssae K Sb? mm INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street t?5Z i m IRSX For over seventy years jii$K inj5 purely vegeiaoie X One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. lyiw $r XS". has been found hpnefirial hv thnii- - rePafation !iil v T 1 sands of persons sufief-W- wj rKNl LViySS BARGER Bros. ing from etiects of a tor- ntA rti- - elrttir nclmit !tm Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, dizziness, constipation, bit- IMMilTs Ts " --""- -i- M- Nfe' SL1 M. NJ T IN IN. m. 2T: Md Mi TN(NiNiNrr Md Mi itl i Hi i rrvyriNrNiNVNTrTs'v,- M . 1 Nk: ZX. 2 HAIL In Field One - FIRE In Barn feSfi Columbia, Ky. ter taste, sleeplessness. lack of energy, pain in i&Bfi back, puffiness under the SfA: eves anv or al! of these symptoms often indicate that there is something the matter with your liver. You can't be too careful about the medi- cine you lake. Be sure that the name. "Thed- - Mi ttSjf Oafy. 2?fcS 2X Insurance Policy Protects every Minute f "" " ford's r I Black-Draugh- t," is At all The Tire Industry '!No industry in the country &3a.brighter outlook than the it? i e industry notwithstanding the jta:i of reduced automobile production," declared President F. A Sailberling of The Goodyear c 'Hi & Rubber Company in a jc statement to the Akron tC of Commerce. '.Eight million cars are now arming Imthis country. Within number will ap-t- p fi e jears-thi- s oximate 15,000,000 cars all tires the major part of w mch.jnust come from Akron. 'OaeASSibber. industry is on a solid ifndation. unsurpassed by any rinthzstryvin. thia .country. "This debris of the war cata-c6j- y am. thaLrocked civilization and cctitEpuite'd prices ;ic feha iugheat ipiane ever knowiuisateadily sef. tling ihrough .the inflnence foKes.tChe jurocess ia or- re-.c- t -- .ith of-nater- derly and certain. It is not confined to this community or to this nation, but is world-widThe existing plane of values is certain to be lowered until it reaches proper balance and will not be finally accomplished in a month or a year, but will take many years. "The people of every, civilized nation will have their share of distress in this process of readjustment those of United States probably the least of a 11, because our natural resources are gratest of all. "The business situacion is acute at this time while the adjustment to the shock of resisted credits applied by the Federal Reserve banks and the effect of the railroad strike are being made. Within a few months this extreme pressure, will have been removed, Ibutltheiorderlyproceas ofenflation of war values will e. move steadily to an'equilibrium. So far as Akron is concerned we have reached bottom in the on the package. druggists. Accept Only the Genuine. 88 Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE W-- . Mi IN production of tires. Abnormal stocks over the country are being steadily absorbed and the curve of production within a few months will be steadily upward. "The present depression is transitory. It will be overcome with least difficulty if everyone will do more work, waste less and talk less. We need no further enlightment about our "rights' we heed a higher un' derstanding of our duties. "We consume more than we produce. Morejproduction, with more economy in our spending, is the only solution. "This is the time for sensible optimism. They have worried and talked, instead of working. This has helped make the situation more serious. Such an attitude ia de- - g;nnft T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. i i , - i V yAF tt- - 3 IC- - All Kinds of Insurance structive. 2 "Everybody who is conscien3K tiously desirous of doing his duty to himselfand to his country, will in times like this keep faith, we are glad to report them bet-- 1 of Green Co., visited at this do more work and keep cool," place, recently, stopping at the ter. home of Mrs. Thompson's sister, Goodyear Tires are sold by BuchMrs. Porter Price, who has Mrs. J. D. White, anan Lyon Co. been in poor health all Bummer, m Uncle John Bryant, one of our remains about the same. oldest citizens, is quite feeble OzarK. Ola McKinley, wife and baby, and ther greatest trouble with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bryant at- him i3 the loss of his sight. Mrs. Henry Montgomery is tended the Dedication at Carmel Mr. Albert Bryant has been some better, after beine in poor last Sunday. suffering for a week with a rishealth for several weeks. Her Garlin, ing in his jaw, caused from a Mrs? M. 0. Stevenson, sister, who lives with them is her parents at this place defective tooth. He holds up to badly crippled. Mr. Montgom- visited teach, but we know by experi-one day last week. ery also had the misfortune of Duff Thompson.nce, it was hard to do. Mr. and-Mrgetting his hand badly cuk, but s. 1 ' v nr vmwwiiMii y li"" win WIHtaMMMHim NMMiMOTWBiiaHBBMldltaMWI . '' iifin jj A.- - ADAIR COUNT .. 5 NEWS i. j TS'gnrTtfwvl j -- , , irwa7vav--josx- 'gnf- ?w mm ntifTiMrriiinTiiiiniii vyyr-o- ' uvaM;v.iX4C&xjwUirfjftvAW icwj fiffiir r" .iv,u-- . r .'ran---! - -. a- nra..,.- - 7.? - V f rft tf, .b ,- .i. .,vm, nn. iii n in i LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. - J! .Goodyea 1 il cs tbr'Sma u J I. K - 9 2 V JL y-- K; tedr . nf T-- -& c: - SlllCi t ' i Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Nczmal, Piano aad ,,;,,,., c.-- i Voice. Athletics under a trained athlpfs "WUnUcnm , . ..w4wowx. tJIQU- - ..... -- iiruiuijt;ui, - t t? ent body of high moral character. Rates $ 8C.00 a year. Catagogue upon request. 1 R. V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. Mill isA mm VV ' W, ' 0O& IK a '" yv , 1W Jjp If vSWsf whJMF2iB A well built- tire yields much more mileage for each dollar of cpst than a tire purposely made to be offered at a sensationally low price; buy the tire, not the price Built 'to deliver exceptional, mileage-aexceedingly low cost Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-- , SQxSM- - and 31x4 inch sizes, save inconvenience, disappointment and mone Their value results from the application of Goodyear experience, expert-nes-s and care to their manufacture in the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires for the real worth and endurance that Goodyear builds into them - I t "TALKING MACHINES" With a Tone as rich as Gold 5 The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attach merits are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other ma chines selling at the same. price and you will readily by convinced relative? to the superiority of our workman- ship and construction. T-, Columbia, JU. YOUiSfG-- , Kenlucfcy.- xQ "JEWELER" xSSg &&& The Average Man' Property lltlR M VeK Double-Cure ei Fabric, 30x3V Gcodvear 30x3V& Tread e . . t JS 50 Ll -civ Goodyear Sinle-CurFabric, Ami-SI;i- d Tread qn Goodyear Hravy Tourist Tubes cost no mere lhan the price you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings whan tuc sure protection is available? $A50 30x312 size iiun'icrprGofbag. 1 l! Ka 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 yo ur insurance the increase in values? Are you fully to-cover sv irzj LJ "s& J3h ;;' ftr- jeSyc--- ( r- - v M& va WsP m f r --- &ryzi Sf s Vv $J ffe"R .. - protected if the fire should occur today? r TT'fTr:' REED BROS. "The Service Agency" m 'w--'--- fc.raflailMYtf-"i,sA " l,iw.tfwi, No matter .- . xV .., -.. aalr-Mi- t in .tn in i.-- n iK-,, . , ,. .- - tWJIMIWJJfl, , Insurance in all Its Branches. Columbia; Kentucky. I 1 ' frock she has made herself. THE BIG "3" f 1 You demand three L things from a tire deab- - The immediate delivery of the tire you want when you want it. v 2. 3. The most economical tire available quality tire at a fair price. A a section 4405, Kentucky Statutas, 1 Volume 3, authorized the Fiscal & j With a complete stock of Good- Courts of chis Commonwealth to appropriate not exceeding two years and our proved Service we State Superintendent; at Frank- hundrecf dollars in any one year Albany, Albany, July fort, Kentucky, which no doubt for the purpose of paying for Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 you all you could ask. offer you have done, in the enforce- school books for the indigent Eussell Springs, Cofley's Chapel, ment of the law. children of such county. July If you will refer to chapte You desire further to know Cane Valley, MilUown, July 22, THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N 152, page 657, ActS'ot lyzu, you whether or not the Fiscal Court Plcketts, Maple Hill, July 23. will find that before you are auhas the right to appropriate Pierce, Sulphur Well, July thorized to issue a labor permit COMPANY. 31 July money to pay for food and cloth Greensburg, Earley's, a child should be examined by Aug. 1. ing for children while attending Summersville, Hodges, Aug. 1, 3 p. the city or county physician or school, whose parents are not by the physician appointed by m.,-able to purchase same. We find Casey Creek, Old Providence, Aug. 5 your board of education, In no provision of the law which Gradyville, Prices, Aug. either event there will be no Burkesvillei Marrow Bone. Aug. 14- - charge for making such exam- would authorize Fiscal Courts to 'Massy make an appropriation of this jyjjHpwWfc 15. t ination, as the city and county Tompkinsville, Wesleys, Aug. 15, 3 character. health officer draws a salary p. m.,-1Trusting the information here-which will cover this service. 18 contained will meet the purMost of the mischief in this fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. Epigrams. The law does not contemplate Temple Hill, KewlSalem, Aug. poses of your inquiry, I am world is done by the people who Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. that the child or his parents Mill Yours very truly, It is because a woman is a rid- pro about doing good. " shall pay for fche examination. 9 , W. T. Fowler, The good die because they Monticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p. In the event the county board of dle that man is so reluctant to Assistant Attorney General. give her up. realize that there isn't much use m., Central Union, Aug. .30. health nor the city, board of West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 A woman's instinct is that living if they have to be good. health has employed a physician, ct , Millers, Sept. You will observe by reading The astonishing woman is she she is right which tells her the county board of education Wesley's Sept. 5 8 p. m.-Elkhorn, from the Attor- who can conquer the vorldin a ghether Bheisor not. should designate a physician to the above letter Sept. 3 5 convenient Service that will aid you to get all the mileage out of the tire. - I Columbia' Kentucky. Dear Sir: Quarterly Meetings, Columbia Vis-- , We h& iilul. J trict, Fourth Round. letter of August 13th, and note the trouble i ou are having with the enforceaienc of. the CuiujjuI-sor- y itowena, July Attendance Law enacted by Renox, Terry's July 4, 3 p. m.,-the 1920 Session of our LegislaBear Creek, Goose Creek, July 6. ture. You should keep in touch Peytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, July with the Hon. George Colvin, In Regard to the School Law. A man who looks at a woman because he wants to; a woman Mr. Noah Loy, at a man because she wants him Supt, Adair County Schools, to look at her. how loose an engagement ring may be, the diamond never slides round on the inside of the lady's finger. Mannsville, Merrimac, 12 3 p. m. 13 Sparbsville, Hogards, Sept. 8. Columbia, Tabor, Sept. T. J. Wade, P.E. 18-1- 9 ,,.. testing make such examinations, and agree with him on a basis of compensation. You would not be authorized under the law to issue labor permits without an examination being made by a physician, as the law requires. You further desire to know if the Fiscal Court of your county can appropriate more than one hundred dollars to purchase schoo books for indigent children. We beg to advise that ney General, that it will- be impossible to grant permits to children to do farm labor, without the certificate of a physiciaEt-Le- t us obey the law as near as? conditions will permit. Let all? that want permits apply at my office on Mondays and Saturday Si Your humble servant, Noah Loy, Supt- - Concerning Colois 3-- 4. the Legislature in 1916, being 8- 10-1- Ml Wf I 17-1- 8. 24-2- 5 2 7-- 8 6. n 21-2- 2 The combination of, green andfc red is unlucky. In the United State3 flag blue? is love, faith and steadfast. Brown in olden times signified death because it is the color-- of? the earth to which all return. Ked was a lucky color among? the Indians and the chiefs painted their faces that color aftea wipninga hattlle. There is a belief that green osr eyes belong to a yellow look-nijealous disposition, from whiciw jeal has arisen the "green-eye- d ous disposui ;n, from which has jealousy' arisen the grean-eye-d expression. Green is an omnious color tc be married in. The old- doggeral runs "Those dressed in blase have lovers true; in green anfli white forsaken quite." j l - 28-2- . . , , r The greatest enemy of child? life the tape worm. 1c destroys health audi vitality. The greatest enemy of tlie tape worm is Wliffces- - Cream. Y-enn- ii C-vi-lle 4-- 5. f uge. One or two do3e9 doestnS'wwE-Prlce- , 35c,. Sold by Saull Drag Co. 6 le, 12-1- l k- - iiif Twr -- " . 8 ss Kk toAlR COUNTYSNEWS. ' educed Railroad Rates to Louisville and Return State Fair Week COME TO LOUIWILLE W &..y mWl M - SEPTEMBER IZhl8,IQ2 DRINK - M Wt &9kmm ii I Furniture I -- Hands Across the State The Louisville Board of Trade extends to youan invitation and a welcome. Come to Louisville come to the State Fair the ongbig evenrofjfsldnd during the year. mmmm7..Wr ' JSk .FEHR'S . mm HESESEsZSaSHH Made from Chaicmxt Grata sad Flaest Bops Light or Dark ; li .1 THE FREIGHT My Prices Will Save You Tho Ckst Of The Trip To I wasmmimmnrlmmmm dWimki', 7&M Served at the State Fair fS I Jmmmmm tMnsF-r-- A S B SSS 100 Holstein Calves With Great Futures Sired by the world famous bull, King Pontiac Hengerveld Fayne, a son of the Kins of the Pontiacs; who has 268 daughters in the list We also have older soim and daughters of this famous hull tfc World's Record Cow . See Kolo Merceua de .JCol and t ithc world's greatest ""bull, J53ng Pontiac Hengerveld Fayne, at the Coldstream Farms exhibit, Kentucky State Fair. Coldstream Farms Holstein Frie-sia- n cattle will pay you larger returns than any other investment .you could make. Write us today Anil let us show you how easily you can acquire some of these world-famoanimals. We want to place a us r A VISIT to the metropolis of your State during State Fair Week will do you good. will be a profitable vacation for you. Louisville is your metropolis, as well as ours. You should feel proud of its progress as we, of Louisville, feel proud of the development of your County. The State Fair is YOUR Fair. The best of everything pertaining to agricultural development is'assembled here annually for your benefit. Come and look over the displays. See the newest equipment and methods for making your farm more prof- -- It itable, your homejpore comfortable, and see the progress which Louisville" has made since your last visit it will ; pay you. Bring your problems , with you and exchange ideas with your neighbors. If you have udevebpejlresourcfe's in your town or county, tell us about themSd-- we will help you secure capital for their development. The Louisville Board of Trade offers you its heartiest in every project that will add to the greater development of our State. Let us pull together. See It AT THE FAIR er bears scrutiny. or ON displayDixieinFlythe the closest low-hangi- ng Its clean lines, finish satisfy the critical eye. There's an ap- body and fine LOUISVILLE BOARD OF TRADE JOSEPH BURGE, President W. E. MORROW, Secretary peal to pride of ownership In the unquestionable ability of the car to take you there and bring you back. Attendants at the State Fair are requested to visit the Dixie Flyer booth. KENTUCKY WAGON MFG. CO. Incorporated We join the Louisville Board of Trade in extending this invitation The Louisville Trust Co. The Beverly Co. Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. Federal Chemical Co. Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co. Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co. D. H. Ewing's Sons. Louisville Cement Co. Carter Dry Goods Co. Co. North Jellico Coal Co. Goodwin Preserving Co. Robinson-Pett- et CHOICE DUROC SOW OH YOUR FARM -- Louisville Railway Co. Louisville Bedding Co. Southern Optical Co. Myer-Bridg- The National Hame & Chain Co. Swann Abram Hat Co. Rodes-Rapier Co. No money necessary. Don't wait o see us at the Fair. They may ill be trone 1 tiiat time. If you want cos write today for Adjm F. O. BIBLE. Gen'I Mgr. Coldstream Farms Home' of World ' Friesian Cattle and Duroc Record Holstein Todd Dbnigan Iron Co. Louisville Tin Stove Co. John C. Lewis Co. Louisville National Banking Co. Jennie C. Benedict & Co. Oscar Farmer & Sons. Falls City Clothing Co. Bayless Bros. & Co. Co. Otis Hidden Co. es Henry Heick Hdw. Co. Harbison & Gathright. H. A. Brinkhaus & Sons, Trunks. Amos Yeager, Hay and Grain. Peaslee-Gaulbert Louisville, Ky. I 3f Dixit Motor Sale C- o- Incorporated, 544 S. ThlrdSt. Lovds-c&Ka.. Slate DitMbuton. e, Co. Co. Yi Louisville Home Telephone Co. Jno. P. Morton & Co. Peter-Neat-Richards- on Jersey Swine The Ouerbacker Coffee Co. Louisville Paper Co. Robinson Bros. & Co. LEXINGTON, - KY. Stratton & Terstegge Co. Office Equipment Co. E. D. Morton & Co. Jas. H. Button & Co. Stewart Dry Goods Co. Fred. W. Keisker & Son. Handsomest, Best Equipped a K Special 1 Features At the Fair At the Genco Tent C In Louisville 6ee U When You Come Saddle Horse Slake Steer Championship ' $3,000 Kentucky Beef Cattle A "' Futurities 1 $4,000 Jersey Cattle Exhibit 55,000 Swine Show ' 510,000 $10,000 Motion Pictures LET US SHOW YOU THE SEVENTH WONDER OF THE WORLD. MOTION PICTURES FOR YOUR HOME. SCHOOL OR CHURCH, USING THE DEVRY PORTABLE PROJECTOR TOGETHER WITH THE GENERATOR. FORD NEW FREE H&mflHLtJHJJLTalK ABUC NEARE3rD0irciEETflErflLB State Fair Distributors of to the Maxwell and Jordan RACING DAILY . More Miles in a gallon of in Embry - Weir Motors Co., Inc. 845 S. AL WILSON rAERONAUTIC ACROBAT any other motor fuel. than Third St. HIPPODROME BIG ACTS NIGHTLY : TO BRING ALL GOVERNMENT PICTURES INTO YOUR HOME. SEE IT WORK. WITH THIS IT IS POSSIBLE FOR YOUR COUNTY AGENT gives U. S. Government 46 more mileage than high test airplane gasolene. Hudson and Essex Finest of Their Class in the World matgagm tv . 14 3 INALSO A COMPLETE STALLATION SHOWING THE GENCO ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANT WITH ALL ACCESSORIES IN OPERATION. BRINGS THE CITY TO THE COUNTRY. Stations in Louisville. Tank Wagon will be stationed at the Auto gate at the Fair for your Tri-Oxyale- Twenty Pilling TRIANGLE MOTORS CO. lucorporated Distributors for Kentucky and Southern Indiana GOOD THE HOUSE OF FURNITURE Excellent Service, 225-W- . GREAT SOUTHERN DISPLAY ROOMS 630-32-3- 4 Bourbon Stock iarcl Company ND FEEDER MARKET BEST STOCKER where buyers, 'and sellers meet Market all yourlive TaeiHace Write vs today o? yonr neeaa.; Bee our repre- - convenience. v Wnnrtnrfnl Valnoo Market, Louisville, Ky. Everybody Welcomo. Free Prizes to the Ladles, Fourth Ave. Chemical Fuel Co. of America INCORPORATED Louisville - Kentucky mm LOUISYU.LE.KY. ucoimATa .- V- - -- Vk R'- - hono 18-- B. Business Phone 13-- A Dr. J. N.'Murrell -D- JENOaST.o$? For Sale. S, E. .llen has purchased of T. E. Five Ford touring cars. Price from Jeffries a residence and twelve acres 8200 to E00 of land. It is located about one and a half miles from Columbia, near the Stanley Eppeison Jamestown road. We are informed the consideration was $1,800. Mrs. Mary 'I Cfficc!&oaRoomsUeffrI:BTd. tIP "- - COLUMBIA, Mr. Hudson Gonover KY without question If Hunt's Salve fails io the treatment of Ecxeau, Tetter,Rlacworm,Itch,etc Doa'l become dlscouraced bccaais otbar treatments failed. Huat'sSair has relieved hundreds of tuck cases. You can't lose en mm Monty Bach Caarmnlt: ffn It at our rl.k TODAY. Prtooflt. For salt locally by HONE BACK Sold by Eaull Drug Company. was awarded be a member gerous wound. of the faculty of the Graded, and Mr. H. N. Miller has commenced High School. She will teach the 7th the erection of a cottage on his lot, on and 8th grades. She is experienced Water street. Mr. Horace Walker is in (he school room. in charge of the work. It will be a handsome home when completed. Last Wednesday was the 6th birthColumbia needs more resident day of Master Woodruff Flowers. His mother baked him a cake, and he is buildings, people can not come here to reside unless they can rent homes. now ready for the call, "T$ Books." Kussel Gadberry, a thirteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian had the misfortune to step on an iron bolt a few days ago, and a sharp point of it penetrated her foot. She was bronght to Dr. Flowers who dressed it, stating, that it was a dan- Gad-berr- y, Bigs will Remember that a series of meetings Dr. W. J. Flowers and Dr. L. C. There will be thirty voting precincts Liberty Fair, are to start at the methodist church, averit preraiumsat the tonsils from Pauline Nell removed-thIn Adair county, commencing at the place Sunday Sept 6th. this' Breeding, a few days ago. on his .fine saddlitfCt, November election. thsoalvee 114.25. e .- Master Will Lyon, son of Mr. and Wanted. E. Lyon, Campbellsvllle, aci cidentally ran into a Ford car a few Damson Plums. Call nights ago. He received a severe cut Mrs. Hamlett, Columbia, Ky. on one of his legs, requiring a number of stiches toclose the wound. Yvblle the wound was serious, it is believed Hudson Conover and sons, Will and Allen, attended the Liberty Fair last that Will, will be out soon. week, taking their part of premiums. Two very Interesting and scholarly discourses were delivered by Rev. The squirrel law has changed It Hart, of Greensburg, at the Presby- now opens July 1st and continues unterian church, this city, last Sunday. til December. 16 th. Our people were delighted with him, showing that his sermons were highly Mr. B. F. Chewning who recently appreciated. made a trip from here to Muldroughs' D. E. Phelps sold a oar load of hogs Hill in Taylor county, says that the crops along the route are the and calves in Louisville last Saturday. corn The hogs brought 115.75 per hundred best he ever saw in this part of tho Mrs. W. - State. -- . , ce r i sBfr-iajar-"VHW1 f3. . jr-- i fSr "i!! .." "" tj." Tt'visr i ,:- j Mi -- 4- .1