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Alexander is Dead, ing operations and over considerable END driving nor what tnatce of machine ifr, gray, the animals Mr. Stevenson has of their holdings, and he expressed been using for several years, in delivwas He said a young man of about himself as well pleased with general This popular gentleman died at his ering farm products and wood in Co by e t. kemteb conditions and with the outlook for his own age was at the wheel. Lebfuture developments. Mr. Carnahan home, in Burkesville, last Friday af- lumbia. The loss is about S300. We Mrs. Esther Dohoney 102 Years anon Falcon. The Roy Petroleum Company is left Sunday noon for points in Louis- ternoon after an illness of much suf- have not learned the particulars of Daniel Duncan, such i3 his name, is 4 Months and 11 Days Old, tied up with a fishing" job in their iana and Oklahoma where the Com- fering for several months. a popular little fellow about this the killing of young Burton, but we well on Damron's Creek, but they ex- pany are operating on a large scale. , For some time he had been afflicted Dies Monday Night. desire to extend our sympathy to the. town. He recently visited here with pect to be in shape to resume drilling with throat trouble which proved to bereaved parents., Married in Looisville. was a hearthis mother, brother and little sister? next few days. operation within the It be of a cancerous nature. He went to Mr. Geo. H. Palmer, president of rending going away. May God com- THE OLDEST PERSON IN ADAIR COUNTY Jean. Much sympathy is felt for him the Palmer Oil & Gas Company, made Last Friday evening Miss Corinne Louisville several times and was fort the ones who have been made to and his parents here, and It is truly, treated by a specialist, but the disease feel a short visit to Cleveland last week, Mrs. Esther Dohoney, after a few hoped that he will recover. young lady of the sad loss, is our wish bnt he is now back again on the job, Breeding, a popular was deep rooted and the knife could days illness dies at the home of her of Mr. and Mrs. and drilling operations on the Royse this place, daughter not be used. Tribute or Respect. ; Notice. daughter, this city, Monday night a S. Breeding, was married in Louisfarm will be pushed as rapidly aspos-slbl- e J. When the deceased was told that he few minutes before 8 o'clock. She just as soon as a supply of casing ville to Mr. L. W. Tuney, of Danville. The subject of this sketch, Leon M. and pipe, now on the way, is received. This union is the culmination of a was a victim of a malignant trouble was the mother of Mrs. Nannie Flow-er- a, Notice is hereby given that a poll Dr. H. S. Gehrken, Augusta, who courtship of several years standing. that could not be reached by the skill Lester, was born in the Swanpond Messrs. J. P., J. C. aud W. T. will be opened and an election held in owns leases in Russell and other counof man, he calmly accepted he situ- Bottom, March 10th, 1870, and died at Dohoney, groom is a popular' business and the grandmother of Gradyvilie voting precinct No. 10 on ties in Kentucky, was here last week, The ation and went home to be with his Lebanon, Ky., August 31st, 1920, af- Messrs. J. W. Flowers, cashier of the the Regular election day in November on his way to Creelsboro where he man of his home town, and has been ter an illness of five months duration. expect to spend successful, He and his partner, Mr. wife and daughter until the'flnal disBank of Columbia, Dr. Woodruff J. 1920, to ascartain the will of the votand his associates He suffered as few are called on to large sums of money and devote con Bowman Myers, own the Central solution. Fiowers, W. H., Ernest, and Ray ers on the question as to whether or The deceased was born and reared suffer; but he bore his suffering with Flowers, all prominent. siderable time in the development of Kentucky Carriage factory. not they wish cattle or stock of any that field. This is the first visit of, ThebrideJs known to every body in Burkesville, and perhaps knew Christian grace and fortitude. The deceased was 102 jears old the kind to run at large on the Public Leon was the third son of Mr. and the doctor to this section, and he exmany friends more men in Cumberland county than second day of last May, making the Highways and uninclosed land3 of pressed himself as being mueh pleased in Columbia, and her any other one man. He was in his Mrs. J. M. Lester and was the father time she lived 102 years, 4 months said precinct. with the country and the outlook for staqd ready to extend to her and her 66th year, having just recently passed of seven children, two of whom pre- and 11 days. Witness my hand thi3Sept. 1st 1920. oil production in this territory. companion the hand of congratulaceded him to the Great beyond. His his 65th birthday. Mr Elmo Pearce advises that he is tion. Attest. S. C. Neat Clerk A. C. C. She had been an ardent member of It ie our information that-'thHe was a born gentleman, having a wife, five children, mother, five in receipt of information to the ef- couple will reside at Danville. the Presbyterian Church for about For some days fect that several parties from OklahoE. A. McKinley hx kindly word and a warm friendly hand brothers and two sisters are left to eighty years. She retained her menma, who are prominently connected mourn the loss of a devoted husband, been delivering lumber to Baker & for every body he met. He detested NOTICE. tal faculties until the end. She was Morrison's yard, back of with oil development in that section, father and brother. the Presbytelittleness in any man, and was as true are due here any day, and he is countIn 1896, Leon became a member of one of the most remarkable women rian church. Last Wednesday afterto a friend as is the needle to the pole. ing on them "doing things" when ever died in Kentucky. Notice is hereby given that 'a poll noon while making its way from the they arrive. They are particularly He was not a hypocrit. He believed the Beech Grove Church, and lived an will be opened and an election held in The funeral will be held Wednesday yard, after unloading upset exemplary Christian during the reattracted to Cumberland county, near the it good he could for his in doing morning at 10 o'clock in the Presbywhere so many good strikes are being Glensfork voting precinct No. 17 on fellowman, and he did mainder of hia life. church, but fortunately it was not it. made at present. the regular election day in November .. The remains were brought to the terian church, conducted by Dr. damaged. He is gone, and when his remains The influx of oil men to the Creels 1920, to ascertain the will of the votfamily burying grounds' and laid by Frank J. Cheek, of Danville, a nd the boro field is assuming such proportions ers on the question as to whether or were deposited in the tomb, to await burial will be at Union. Found. that certain parties are seriously con- not they wish cattle or stock of any the resurrection morn, there went out the side of the children that had gone An extended account of her history sidering the erection of a commodious from Burkesville a manly man, one on before him. . The funeral services will be written and published later by and modern hotel at that point. This kind to run at large on the Pub- who will not soon be forgotten in that were conducted by Bxo. H. b. Gwinn. one who is more familiar with her A greenback bill. Tne person who is a move in'the right direction and lic Highways and uninclosed lands of calls, describes the bill, naming tha community and in Cumberland coun- A large crowd of friends and relatives should the plans be carried out it said precinct. present to pay their respects to leng life. denomination of same may have it. were ty. would be of untold benefit towards Witness my hand this Sept. 1st, Wyatt Conover. the deceased. May the God of love comfort the the development of that field. Co 1920. Notice to Tax Payers. By his passing over, this community lumbia is the natural gateway to the wife and daughter in their great sorAttest. S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. Eld. W. T. May, desires us to state oil territory of not only Adair but all neighbor and the row is the wish of the writer who has lost a good For the purpose of giving you an while his family haa removed to Danthe adjoining counties as well, and knew the deceased since his early Church a consistent member. The Meeting. the "fraternity" receives the best of Our sympathy' goes out to the be- opportunity to pay your taxes, I or ville, he will remain here and contin manhood, and who keenly feels the attention here, but they would welreaved family, and we admonish one of my Deputies will be at the fol- ue his evangelistic work. He will viscome good places in the fields where loss qf a true friend-The meeting at the Methodist it his family as often as ha can. This them to keep their eyes on the Star of lowing places on dates given: they could get some of the comforts Eunice postofflce', Tuesday, Sept. 21. field will require his services for some; church will continue througghout this life of Bethlehem, and after a while there Notice. Roy, Wednesday. Sept 22nd. Messrs. J. E. Hellman and O C week and perhaps longer. Large time. s. will be a reunited family Fink, practical oil men who have been crowds are attending the evening serPellyton, Thursday, Sept., 23. " L M. Mc. Notice is hereby given that a poll operating at Glasgow and adjacent vices and Evangelist May is deliverThere will be singing at White Oak Roley, Friday, Sept. 24. territory, have arrived here with will be opened and an election held in 4th Sunday in Sept., conducted by Columbia Wins Both Games. Knifley, Saturday, Sept., 23th. their families and will make Colum ing strong sermons and the song ser Nell voting precinct No. 11 on the Cabbel), Darnell, Epperson, ReeceV Glensfork, Monday, Sept 27. bia their home and headquarters in- vice is very much enjoyed. Evange- Regular election day in November, and others. Every body invited to Last Tuesday Glasgow's crack team definitely. They will open an office at list May certainly knows how to put a Fairplay, Tuesday, Sept. 28. 1920, to ascertain the will of the vot reached Columbia and in the aftercome out and bring their books. once and will engage in the handling congregation to thinking. His disMllltown, Wednesday, Sept. 29. ers on the question as to whether or noon they engaged our home team of oil and gas leases, also the sale of course Keltner, Thursday, Sept. 30. last Sunday forenoon containYoung Jersey cow, second calf, fresh drilling machinery, etc., add at the not they wish oattle or stock of any which proved a very spirited contest, Absher, Friday, October, 1. ed more information, told in most for sale, on my farm N. E. of Columsame time be actively engaged in dekind to run at large on the Public and in the start much doubt was exCane Valley, Saturday, October 2. bia. velopment work in the surrounding forceful manner, than any other ser Highways and uninclosed lands of pressed as to haw it would terminate. opera- mon we have heard for years. A numSparksville?- Wednesday, Oct., 6. territory. Their first drilling J. F. Montgomery. But as the boys warmed to the occations will be at Creelsboro where they ber have accepted Christ and many said precinct. Breeding. Thursday, Oct. 7. Witness my hand this Sept. 1st 1920. sion our team took the lead and held have one rig already on the ground. Dr.' W.' J. Flowers, is having sonia Gradyvilie, Friday, Oct. 8 others have asked an interest in the The local oil fraternity extends a Attest S. C. Neat Clerk A. C. C. it to the end. The result was 5 to 3 Don't fail to avail yourself of this valuable improvements made on his prayers of Christian people. hearty welcome to these men, and we opportunity. The tax must be col- - residence. Front cdncrete steps-arMr. G. B Smith, owner of the light in favor of Columbia. trust they may find, this territory a Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, lected. Special Notice. profitable field in which to operate being made, and a door will be cut at' plant, informed us last Friday mornboth teams on (the diamond, clamor Weil No 2 of the" Southern Oil & Cortez Sanders, S. A. C. ing that he had no idea when he could the upper window, next to Mrs. Ham-lett-'s Refining Company, on"' Brush Creek. ingfor victory. This also proved' a residence, and in the room it Meet Bob Davis at the Davis Hard- furnish lights; that he went to the Cumberland countyj recently comgame, but Glasgow Lost in Colombia. opens into will be used for tha debpleted, is reported as having been ware Co., Columbia, Ky.. next Tues- branch office in Louisville and asked He about the parts of his engine that he was again outclassed and our boys Wednesday, Sept. flowing for several days past, and it day and tor's office. ' won, the score standing 8 to 3. Noththe:-- . equal of No. 1, will be there with a full line of fall is thought to be An old Rose colored silk Klmona, ordered, and that he got no satisfacMaster Allen Patteson, son of Mr. ing unpleasant occurred during either with blue Polka dots. The finder will which is unusually promising. Two and winter samples for suits and overtion; that he was informed that the 250 barrel steel tanks, power, pumps this place, and Mrs. A. will take your measure, order for the parts was sent to the contest, and when the Glasgow aggre- return to this office and receive a t and other equipment are en the way coats. He was appointed by the State to repre- -' gation left for home the best of feel- reward. there, and will ba installed just as guarantee aNfit and give you the very factory in Wisconsin, and they would sent the f arm boys of Adair county at soon as possible after arrival. Work latest shades and models, and the come when ready to be shipped. There ings prevailed. The visiting team We talked to several members of the Farm Encampment at the State on well No 3, on the same lease is best of all he will save you from $8.00 is not enough water in Russell creek to made many friends in t Columbia by , progressing satisfactory-- and another to $12.00 on your suits and overcoats. their gentlemanly conduct. The local the Farmers' Union a few days ago. Fair He is a manly little fellow and furnish power for lights, hence the good report is expected from there will likely go to Glasgow soon. - They all stated that complete arrange- he left on his mission Monday morn-Davis Merchant Tailoring co. community can see it is in a deplorable team within the next fa1" days. ments for opening a store at this condition, and no remedy. Later, It After a shut down of several days The meeting at the Methodist place had not yet been made, but the Late Wednesday afternoon, Mack rained and we have a little light. caused by breakage in machinery, the Allen'Conover and N R- - Christie church is progressiog under dfflcul-ties- . out' of project was progressing and, that the Carnahan Oil Company is again Willis, who lives a few miles The lights are not sufficient to have purchased from W. T. Price the drilling on the Henry Ingram farm town, met with a rather serious acciRevival Services at the Baptist light the building, and as a matter of store would' certainly be launched, latter's barbershop. For some weeks near town, and they hope now to bs dent. He was coming to Columbia, chuch commences Sept. 27 and will run course the preacher is embarassed, and that a large stock would be open- Mr Gonover has been emp'oyed in tha able to complete well No. 1 without motorcycle, and in coming till Oct. 10th. J. B. DeGarmo whose ed to the public. The store building further interruption. Their drilling on his and the congregations that meet are shop. The new firm wilk, continue operations in Eock House Bottom are down the Russell Hill his machine picture is in this issue and who is al not in a mood for listening. The min- has not yet been determined upon. the business at the same stand. progpessing satisfactorily and they ex- flew the track and he was dashed vio- ready known to Columbians, will do May is a noted evanpect to be able to report something lently to the ground. His head and the preaching twice a day, morning ister, Rev. Notice. Mrs. Sarah Ann Coe, who lived at gelist and we are sorry that condiinteresting from there soon face were badly cut, and several at 10 o'clock, night 7:30. A welcome the mouth of Greasy Creek, In Russell Mr Chas J. Pogue, Birmingham, tions are such as to mar interests. had to be taken on his head. awaits all. Come and bring-yo- ur We have a.number of farms in Adair county, died one day last week. She Ala., one of the prominent operators stitches fiends. of the South, who has been spending Mr. M. L. Mitchell never fails to county, Ky. Alsp several residences was about 68 years old, and had been a The residents of Columbia have been several weeks in the Creelsboro- - field, remember the News fruit seasons.-H- e in Columbia, Ky., for sale. Write to widow thirty years. ' where he has extensive holdings, t was using lamps for several weeks, and Notice. i . has brought us either apples or or call on Cravens & Neat, here over Sunday and he was very-en-- ' For Sale. there is no telling when the light years. dealers, office on 2nd floor of Jeffries pears regularly for a number of thusiastic in his talk regarding not f only that section but the adjacent plant will be ready for service. The The Tax Books are now in my hands, Last Thursday morning he presented BIdg. One black horse, 7 years old. Will as well. Mr, Pogue and his predicament we" are in is a great setap territory and the taxes are due, come in and the force with a basket of choice work anywhere. Call at Mrs. Sallie T. associates expect to begin develop- back to business and the enjoyment Dan Russell Badly Hurt. ples. His kindness is certainly apment work in his territory at an early of home reading. The effort to bring settle same at once, the sooner paid, preciated. Butler's. Phone 83 R. date about better light conditions is not the better for both you and the SherMr. A. R. Bishop and family are Mr. G. A. Roy, president and generDan Russell, the young son of Joe perceptiable, though Mr. Smith may iff. Cravens & Neat sold Dr. Garlin al manager of the Roy Petroleum Russell, Proctor Knott avenue, was making preparations to remove to Cortez Sanders, Sheriu, Grissom's farm, two and a half miles Company, was here on a short trip be doing all he can to bring relief. badly Injured when the bicycle he was Louisville, lor the fall and winter, 43-- tf Adair County, Ky. during the past week. He reports east of Columbia, last Tuesday, to riding near the city limits on the and will probably leave this week. they expect to push development) work Owners of horses and blooded stock Thos. M. Garvin, of Green county, for Bradfordsville pike Sunday afternoon in this section as fast as conditions are large users of Liquid Borozone Miss Martha.Grlssomj of this place, $8,000. Possession will be given the Fatal Stroke. will permit was.struck by a passing automobile. is teacher in the Hillsboro, N. JM., heals wounds, festring sores, bara first of January. It is a splendid farm Mr. J. E Carnahan, Canton. Ohio, It Young Russell was badly bruised bed, wire cuts by a; mild power that containing about 125 acres, and is Graded School. She is a very compe Carnahan' Oil Company; he&a of the about the face and head and Sunday Lightning played sad havoc in Adair very productive. and who has been very prominently leaves no disfiguring scars. Price, 30c, tent young lady. evenine was unconscious for a time. connected for years with oil develop- 60c, and $1.20,. Sold by Paull Drug Co. county last Sundry afternoon. A son Hon. King Swope will speak at th ment, was an interested visitor to The annual camp meeting will be. He did not realize the condition he Adv. of Mr. James Burton, 'who formerly i. " next Monday at 1 o'clock this section during the past week. He lived on Mr. Harris' place, was killed, gin at Acton, Taylor county, Friday was in and managed to get home court-hous- e Whi- only a short distance. d. m. Seehi3 "ad" else where. In tbJ accompanied field manager, Bee Don't fail to ; hear Mr. Looming and two horses belonging to Mr. M. the 17th. This mooting sinyariably which was, :?u on an inspection trip to their drill, j Sept , tis Tha machine .did not stop and the paper. O. Stevenson. It was a very familiar draws large crowds. You will enjoy it. OIL NEWS. REACHES THE c e " all-th- e . H - .; - e vpry-interestin- 14-1- 5. . on, v real-esta- te 47-t- n ,i "W 'v:r: ' v a. A. i? $& lQ " "J-vtm-vy-- - .. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS V . --WnAri- an 'T- -i ' "sr " '- ' " "- - "" r -- I ... Ill Mill " - - -- "-. -- u' " ' ' j - V v. - i. p i. 7!7.f . -- - - -- v-k-- r ?9!4 JttMer-iysC-'-- mn!Pr -- w - , -- TW-- "V cvEK-r.i.tjirau irvifw- -' BIG am STOCK OF CLOTHING 9 9 Asphalt, Gravel, Sfoel ROOFING Also Ellwood and American Fence. Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Pence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. .Incornorated Between first and Brock now ready to supply young men,, old men and boys 9 116 Caat Ma'kei with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving new Street I can interest you in prices. If you need any Louisville, Ky. AUTOMOBILE LINE thing in this line, call at once. . 4s'. SHOES! SHOES!! 1 My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them li-'- i V . I right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. can also accommodate ladies and young, girls. with the latest styles in shoes; J 9 9g 9 98 6 8 ft Columbia and Gampbellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. TAKE THE BIQ RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 ' ,v f' -15 .?? c 8 8 8 p. m. PHONES: ) ) Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. JsTxTrNKKK 8 V Cjgc'SW--,-- - ooboboooiS 7K7K9fC7K7K7K?K7K7fcR7Kf ,j i3t-- - Q BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them to Rid- - Colun bia Barber Shop LOY &: LffWE at living prices. A i Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisiaction.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 andjprice. ft XXKKKKKKXKKi t 6 ! J I HENRY W. DEPP, WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. "" I x JI Am permanenuy locatea in Columbia. All rlnsc f Hariri XrU Flnno Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. a Come In and See Guaranteed Office: net door to post office All Work the $7,000,900 3-inch Tire Glensfork Crops in this part are fine. Miss Vera Taylor of Colnmbia ter's father and mother, Mr. and this place the latter part of last week. Mrs. Ethridge Bennet of A son and daughter of Mrs. Laura Jackman, Columbia were is visiting relatives at this place visiting their grandparents Mr. this week. and Mrs. C. A. Walker of this Mrs. L. K. Wilkinson of this place last week. place has been sick for the past Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Webb were few days. Mien Tjicv Kelsev and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bolin Frozia Darnell were visiting rel- last Sunday. atives at Crocus last Friday Mr. Jas. Helm, Mr. Joe Willis, night. and Mrs. Clara Kelsay and little Mrs. Olga Wilkinson and Miss daughter started for Va. one day Lucy Kelsay who have been in last week . Jacksonville 111. visiting Mrs. H. Born to the wife of Rollin past three Thompson one day last week, a C. Hudson for the months have returned home. daughter. B. Brockman of Mrs. Annie this place has had a new shingle A cross, sickly baby suffering I r om roof put en her house which digestive troubles and looseness of the adds much to the appearance of bowels, needs McGee's Baby Elixir. her home. Mr, and Mrs. Forrest Brad-shaw were visiting the formers ditions. Price, 35c and sisters, Mrs. B. J. Bolin and Mrs. Paull Drug Co. L. C. Blair of this place last week. Mr. Bart Helm and daughter eases checks the bowels, stomach and restores healthy 60c. It the con- Sold by Adv of Greensburg were visiting reVeterinary Surg eon. and Dentist s of a latives here last week. Spaclal attention g iven Disease Domestic Animals Eliza Shirley of MilLtown Mrs. was visiting her sisters and Office atEesidence, 1 milelofftown, od Jamestown ro&d. brother at their place laBt week. PhonellH G. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Darnell of Col um bid, Ky Gadborry were visiting the lat- , L. H. Jones member of the Methodist Church since 1887. She was married to Piner Harvey Nov. 10, 1887 and Sulphur City, Aug., 29. to this union one child was born Editor News: Tinnie B. Harvey, of Krum. Will you please spare one space Funeral services were held at in your valuable paper to inform the Methodist church Wednesour relatives and friends in Co- day evening at 2 o'clock, conlumbia and Adair County that I ducted by Rev. C. N. Smith, pas- have sold my farm and all my tor of the Methodist church here property. My wife will leave for assisted by Rev. Baker, of DenColumbia, September the first. ton, pastor of the Presbyterian I will go to New Mexico for my church here. Interment was health. I hope to be m Colum- in the Jackson Cemetery, followbia in the near future and will ed by a large concourse of relawant to meet and greet you all tives and friends. The floral ofwith a hearty hand shake. We ferings were beautiful. The are more than anxious to get grave was covered with the most back to our old friends one more beautiful flowers, placed there time. You will please find en by loving hands. She leaves a closed $2.00, this pays you up to kind, loving husband, one son, Anril the eiarhth. 1921. Send the one grandson, sister, Mrs. J. O. paper to my brother J. L. Pick-at- t, McClister, two brothers,. J. A. Tioga, TexaB, instead of to and J. W. Young, of Kentucky, myself. one niece and two nephews, and Respectfully, a host of friends to mourn their ' H. K. Pickett loss,but our sorrowis to great for words,is our dear ones gain. Her In Memory of Mrs. Piner Harve y friends were numbered by her acquaintance. To know her was to love her, She always had Mrs. Piner B. Harvey (nee that good, gentle, loving way Miss Mary B. Young) was born that always won her love. She in Cumberland Co., Kentucky had always done her, duty to her Oct. 4, 1865. Died at Krum, God, her home and her friends. Texas. Aug., 17th, 1920, from disease. She was a de i We can't express our sorrow, i sympathy for the devoted vout christian, having been a our From ArRansas Pm-trht's husband, who was her truest and constant companion in his hour of bereavement, who never tired of granting her least wish, always loving and kind. We have lost one of the best, noblest christian women we ever knew. Her influence will ever be cherished for her loving in fluence will live on, this world made better, brighter and happier by her having lived here. Her influence will live on and on. I go to prepare a place for you. Earth has lost its look of gladness, Heaven seems to us more bright. Since the spirit of our dear one, Took its happy homeward flight. And we long to cross that river Long to rest upon that shore There to see and know and love heir With the Savior evemnore. A friend. Mad Dogs. .special machinery, special (methods, special organiza- This is the famous Firestone molded 34 inch tire that lias its own plant, its own tion. Thus Firestone serves car owners with quantity production. This permits a value in tires never before accomplished at the price. Get your share of these savings by having us equip you. Ttrefone Cumberland Grocery Co pets or making overtures to strange dogs in hot weather. Since the bite of any animal is liable to cause infection, the care of a physician is advisable as a precautionary measure in all cases, and if there i3 any re ason for grave suspicion, prompt action sheuld be taken. Iu any event, panic should be avoided. It can do no good, and in the majority of caaea is entirely unwarranted. Most dogs suppose mad are only hot or thirsty or frightened, and just like human beings are irritable because they are uncomfortable I The time of year when the mad dog scare flourishes is a good time to remember that the rabies is rare. Dogs do, however suffer from heat and thirst and resulting bad temper. For their comfort, as well as for human safety, water should be placed where they can get it easily, and children should be warned to re-frain from teasing their own d-- jy for 8200 Sale. Five Ford touring cirs. Price f rm to 600. Stanley Eppaiscm AIR COUNTY NEWS SONGS THAT ARE IMMORTAL Greatest Minds of All the Aaes Be. UNABLE TO EXPLAIN GENIUS Scientists of All Ages Have Admitted tncjjnpossiainty orjj.ctermln ing . DESERVES Cecrops, PUCE IN HISTORY -- EAftLY DAYS OF THE CIRCUS PLACING CROWN ON PAGODA . PARADISE F0R THE Stress MMlBlT " Poems of Homer. WT' tfcfWheniitmtCP P'''ffocVritndPe7sec7rfJ3ilrfSWl Illustrious Egyptian, Made In r Country anARVIum..foivthe Methods by Which Rivals Fought Solemn Ceremony at Mandalay That Each Other-iWere Not Always,.. AttracteCbjCr.owdsyOffcthe Devout. t v Fa)jras.MlghtHavciBecn;,W)fl of Modern Life Unknown Among the Inhabitants of the ' ' The nilad and Odyssey were probably sung by Homer about a century and a half after the destruction of the town of Troy following the ten years of war that was waged In the cause of llenelaus, king of Lacede-mowhose consort had been carried away by the son of the Trojan monarch. The two poems are as old as David's psalms. Originally the Ullad would appear not to have been a single connected poem, but to have attained at a later period its present complete state. About one hundred years after Homer, Lycurgus, the lawgiver of brought these poems Into Greece, and two centuries and a half later Pislstratus Is supposed to have glven them their perfect form. His son Hipparcus Introduced the custom of reciting rhapsodies at the or festival of the tutelar goddess. A more complete edition of the Homeric poems, from which the modern ones are taken, was prepared for Alexander the Great by Aristotle, which the former used to keep under his pillow In a golden case. Also Aratus, the astronomer, Arlstarchus of Samos, and Aristophanes, librarian at Alexendria, bestowed their labor on these Immortal songs. Because of the fine moral sentiment, Homer became the pattern of Thucydldes, the favorite author of the greatest and noblest men, and one of the best teachers of the wisdom of human life. Detroit n, Science Itself admits that It cannot explain genius, for genius simply Is Lace-demo- n, Pana-thenal- a. News. MAKE All THE MOST OF TODAY That Has Gone Before Is Past and the Future Is Clouded With Uncertainty. without explanation. Handel was only seven when he Insisted on following his father to the whose court of prince, hearing him play on the organ In church after the service was over, persuaded his father to give the boy a chance. By .the time he was nine he began to compose church services for voices and Instruments and did so every week for three years. But Handel was a tremendous gormandizer. He ordered dinner for three at a hotel, and when asked If he would wait for the others, replied: "I am the others, serve the dinner," and he ate all of it A story Is told of Handel that while seated at dinner with some other musicians he exclaimed, "Oh, I have.de Those about blm begged taught!" that he go into another room and write down "de taught," lest they lose some wonderful composition. Handel did this several tunes, when one of the friends looked through the keyhole and saw him pouring down some Burgundy which an admirer had sent him and he did not wish to share with the others. When a singer complained to Handel that the style of his accompaniments distracted the attention of the hearers from the singer to the musician and that If he did not accompany him better he would Jump up on the harpsichord (the piano of that time) and "Fine! smash It Handel replied: me when you are going to do Tell that and I shall advertise It for more people will come to see you jump than to hear you sing." Saxe-Welsenfe- ls, With the dawn of Attic civilization In 'ancient Greece, Cecrops, an Egyptian, built a town on the site where later the citadel of Athens rose in magnificence. He introduced morals and Judicial regulations, and the country under his rule became an asylum for the innocent and persecuted. From that time on festivals, compacts and laws extended their beneficial Influence. About 130 years after him the Phoenician Cadmus brought the use of letters Into Boeotia ; and at Thebes, In the same country, he erected a citadel. The greatest lyric poet and the greatest general of the Greeks were Boeotians, but nevertheless this people was accused of stupidity. While their value-wanot appreciated, their discoveries were brought to perfection by others and more usefully applied. It is remarkable that Cadmus, the father of learning, who taught us to hand down our thoughts to futurity, came into Greece just at a time when Joshua, the leader of the Jews, drove the Phoeneclan tribes toward the sea and compelled them to seek refuge In distant colonies. This act of a despised people, scarcely known to Greek historians, was the occasional cause of all the intellectual and moral excellence which has arisen through the Influence of literature. s what we refer to as the "opposidays," says Mr. John Rlngling in American Magazine, circus life full of thrills. It was real warfare against powerful enemies, a fight for existence on our part. When we had begun to grow and had established our policy of honesty and clean shows, the big fellows' fought us hard. One of their favorite tricks was to slip into our parade a wagon with large signs announcing that we were a nice little show, but that the big show was coming next week. It was a constant fight to prevent the wagon from getting Into our parade. Once Charles In tion tlie was Rlngling quietly announced that he gold piece for would give a each nut from It; and when it started to Join our parade it fell to pieces like shay." On another octhe "one-hos- s casion some of our men sawed its timbers, so that at the first heavy Jolt It collapsed In a heap. Another time, the opposition hid the objectionable wagon out in the country; but Charles learned which road It would take and fixed a bucket of green paint with a hose and force pump under a bridge. When it started to cross the bridge, our men pumped and squirted paint until all the lettering was oblitfive-doll- ar like that at Babel. On a street corner would be seen a barber pulling a customer's tooth. On another corner a Mohammedan bird dealer sold caged paroquets to Buddhists who piously set them free. At very modern booths one could buy Ice cream, soda or tea. Mandalay was a gorgeous spectacle and the new pagoda was the center of It Every pagoda has at Its summit a thi, or cap, the placing of which Is often a herculean task. The one now to be raised weighed several hundred pounds and consisted of a glided ball and crown and a great spindle above curious festival was held not long ago In Mandalay, the chief town of Burma. A new pagoda dedicated to the Buddhist religion was to be completed by the placing of a huge crown or thi upon its summit, more than 300 feet above the ground. To witness the ceremony came Buddhists from from the Himalayas, from Laos and Chan and Siam. Warriors from Katschin, Sorcerers from Mot and people from other places made a medley of languages A Indo-Chfna, It erated. Such unfair fighting never profited the opposition to any great extent Indeed, it aroused sentiment In our favor. It Is a question In my mind now whether It would not have been better policy to permit the wagon to parade with us and to rely upon the sense of fair play of the American but It was hard to see It In that light when we were fighting for existence. EVER ON THE WINGS OF THE WIND Nothing So Small That the Zephyrs Shall Not Find It and Spread It Beneficially. Acres of perfume come on the wind from the black and white 'of the bean-fielthe firs fill the air by the copse I know nothing to with perfume. which the wind has not some happy use. Is there a grain of dust so small the wind shall not find It out? of the cenGround In the turies, the Iron of the distant mountain floats like gossamer, and is drunk up as dew. A thousand miles of cloud go by from morn till night passing overhead without a sound; the immense packs, a mile square, succeed to each other, side by side, laid parallel, book shape, coming up from the horizon and widening as they approach. From morn till night the silent footfalls of the ponderous vapors travel overhead, no sound, no creaking of the wheels and rattling of the chains; it is calm at the earth, but the wind labors without an effort above, with such ease, with such power. Gray smoke hangs on the hillare piled, side where the couch-heap- s a cumulus of smoke; the wind comes, and It draws Its length along like the genii from the earthen pot; there leaps up a red flame shaking its head ; It shines In the bright sunlight; you can see it across the valley. Richard Tefferles. d; To get It to the top an Inclined plane of bamboo scaffolding like a huge toboggan slide had been built and was decorated with silk flags and umbrellas. Up the Inclined plane the heavy cap was slowly pulled. Six days were required for the ascent and a seventh to fasten it In place. Persons possessing SljOOO wlurlike the Indolent life of the tropics where winter Is unknown can spend the remainder of their lives In the Marquesas islands in the Pacific ocean, where they need only work two hours a day to catch fish and pick bananas and spend the remainder of the day watching the skyblue sea wash lazily over the golden sands. The money would be required to pay passage from one of the a second-clas- s Pacific coast ports, with outfit and the balance to purchase fertile land at $2 an acre. The Marquesas are situated In 8 to 11 south latitude and 140 west longitude and are of volcanic origin and mountainous. They are under the French republic and the commissioner lives at Talohal, the chief town, which Is on the Island of Nukawa. There were 4,300 inhabitants in the Islands when the census was taken in 1900, but the natives, who are Christians, have dwindled away since tfcen. There are 3,800 square miles In the thirteen which compose the Marquesas group. The chief products are tropical fruit copra and mother of pearl. The landing 13 difficult as the shore goes up like a wall from the sea. Passengers arriving from the Pacific say that the climate of the Marquesas Is ideal and that life there is one long day dream, with no disturbing element d notes of the beyond the bulbul at sunset from Its lofty perch on the ancient baobabs by the seadsj r silver-tongue- shore. New York Times. WORK OF SPONGE GATHERERS RELIC Divers Go to Great Depths to Collect Them From the Rocks to Which They Are Fxed. OF MEDIEVAL TIMES MAN'S FIRST DWELLING PLACE Scientists Claim That the Desert of Gobi Must for Natural Reasons Be the Spot The desert of Gobi, which Is the summit of the central steppe In Asia, is the most elevated region on the globe, and It Is here, scientists claim, mn first lived, arguing that this point of earth must have been the first to emerge from the universal sea, and SYMBOLS OF RELIGION Today Is what you have. It Is also what you are. And again, Today Is what you do. And If you haven't anything, and aren't anybody, and do nothing why, then, for you there is no Today. For Today Is music Today Is art. Today is literature. Today Is joy. Today Is work. Today Is play. Today Is life. Yesterday Is no problem for It is past Tomorrow is no problem for It Isn't here. Today Is supremacy. Today Is the world. Today Is Oppor- mill-whe- el Before the Days o.f Christianity Leaves of the Clover Plant Were Used as Illustrations. Even In Druldic worship, In times, the trefoil leaves of the clover plant were symbols of religion, setting forth the three grades of Druids. Bards and Neophltes. In Christian mythology Its leaf Is frequently held to symbolize the Trinity, and some Irish authorities Insist that It is the true and original shamrock which St Patrick used to Illustrate how three separate objects, such as leaves, could be one. clover Is a freak The four-lea- f growth, and the causes that produce It are heredity and nutrition. After a moist season clover plants with from four to seven leaves, and some having only two leaves, are found. Some plants are abnormal by heredity, and reproduce themselves with the same characteristics in successive years when their environment remains the same, external Influences merely modifying the size of the leaves. clover Is everywhere The four-lea- f held as an omen of good luck to the finder, partly on account of Its rarity and partly because of its crosslike form. In Germany it Is believed a four-lea- f clover will overcome witchery, win love, guard one from danger when traveling, and secure a safe return, and if plucked on St John's eve will enable the finder to work wonders in magic. pre-Christ- that as the subsiding waters gradually gave up lower regions of earth to man he was able to descend and tunity! Crowd in upon It then. Today take hold upon Its faintest chance. Spread your smiles Today. Be game Today. Be glad and great Today. Today Is the day your day. Today is Time and Change doing Its Job. Are you a vital part of the play? Today you may start out all anew. Today you may put to use what you learned a day ago. The center of your entire life may revolve about Today. But. above all things, do not fear-To- day. And let all worry slide. All tilings that do not count let thein go, OThrlr nnfl hrftl and lOVe To- tnn r o V"" aay. For this Today will never dawn again! George Matthew Adams In Good Housekeeping. ' Snake's Menace Mere Bluff. accomplished reptile reA really cently arrived In London in the shape d snake." of the American approached by man, It acts In When a most disturbing way, flattening part of Its body and Inflating an awesome hood like a cobra. If ever anything said: "I am death," It Is the d snake receiving a caller. you get nearer. Its rage and menAs ace Increase, but, one more step, and The hood there Is an collapses, the snake "flops" to the ground, turns on Its back and appears perfectly lifeless. Stir It with a stick, and It remains as limp as a piece of garden hose, but turn your back and It will crawl away. The two specimens now In the Zoological gardens. Regent's park, have gone through their "act" so often that they are too bored to repeat It for the present. The point of the joke Is that the snake Is perfectly harmless. "hog-nosehog-noseantl-cllmax. spread himself progressively over new acquisitions. It is from this region that the great rivers of Asia also take their rise and flow toward the four cardinal points. On the declivities of these highlands are the plains of Tibet lower than the frozen regions of Gobi. Here are found not only the vine, the olive, rice, the legumlna, and other plants on which man has depended for sustenance, but also those animals which he has tamed and led with him over the earth, as the or, the horse, the ass, the sheep, the goat, the camel, the hog, the dog, and even the reindeer, run wild upon these mountains. On the mountains of Cashmire, In Tibet and In the north of China, grain has been found to be growing wild for years without ever being sown or tilled, and here also wild animals that have lived there while man has tamed others of the same species, are numerous. Exchange. hog-nr..'- d Cleaning Watches With Bread. Perhaps the most novel use to which bread is put may be seen In some of the great watch factories, where more than forty loaves of fresh bread are sometimes used each day. From earliest times in the history of watchmaking it has been the custom to reduce fresh bread to th form of dough. This dough is used for removing oil and chips that naturally adhere in course of manufacture to pieces as small as the parts of a watch. There are many parts of n watch that are so small as to be barely visible to the nuked eye. The oil is absorbed by this and dnush. and the chips stick to there is no other known substance which can be used as a wiper without leaving some of Its particles attached to the tiling wiped. Nature's Unchanging Way. Outstanding ability is the reward of using the power one has. The best athlete In the world will lose power by hanging around. Resistance is the response of nature to testings. Difficulties are never made easy by giving up. Nature demands that men gain strength by using strength. Turn what you have to account and nature will add to your store with Interest The more you love the larger capacity you have to love. The more you think the keener your thinking ability becomes. The harder and more sanely you work the more you are able to. There's no secret about it It's just nature's way of saying "to him that hath shall be given." And more than that if you want anything from nature you must bestir yourself and get it Nature l not a grudging giver, but she makes men earn all they get Only "Load Up" Right The tasks you add to your already full program must be related to your life work. The magnet won't hold soap, and froth and wood. Its affinity is with things of steel. So your efforts must be related to you talents and experience if they are to he a help In your growth. One added task above your specialty would be, enough to swamp a man who doesn'l know yum line. To you it's Just another added opportunity. To be sure it will require some effort but nothing in comparison to what it would require in others. You take the load on unconsciously. It's merely another turn or two of the kind you do right along. But In time those few extra daily turns make you a towpr of strength. TJiere is no limit to your development when you load up right Grit Magnet Has Many Uses. important use of a magnet whch It Is sometimes employed to withdraw small pieces of Iron from such out of the way places as the human eye. Another use of the tractive force of magnetism on a much larger scale was that to which It was put by Edison In his magnetic ore ore, previously separator. In which crushed to a fine powder, Is dropped down a chute past the poles of powIn passing which erful the iron particles of the ore are deflected to one side, while the nonmagnetic stone dust continues down the chute. Still another Instance of the employment of magnetism in a small way is that in which a magnetized tack hammer Is used In A highly Is that In te electro-magnet- s. Wisdom in Loading Up Work. unde-flect- ed the manufacture of strawberry baskets on a large scale in conjunction with a mechanical device which presents the tacks, one at a time and head up, to the operative, thereby greatly facilitating his work. A Psychologist's Morning After. psycho- gl$-iou- s it logical experiment with mescal, an Intoxicant used by some of our southwestern Indians in their religious ceremonies a sort of cactus bud of which the United States government had distributed a suppy to certain medical men, Including Weir Mitchell, who sent me some to try. He had himself been "In fairyland." It gives the most visions of color every object thought of appears In a Jeweled splendor unknown to the natural world. It disturbs the stomach; somewhat, but that according to W. M., was a cheap price'. I took one bud three days ago; was violently sick for twenty-fou- r hours, and had no other symptom whatever except that and the katzen-Jammthe following day. From Letter of William James, Atlantic Monthly. I had two days spoiled by a Because other folks do not organize their work they get tired and quit Or It may be they lose their nerve because they do not see the way out You have come Into your powers so gradually that It seems second nature to you. Accordingly you hustle along with keen satisfaction while the other fellow worries or even gives up. There's nothing like loading up when you do It wisely. Besides adding to your own strength you are doing something that benefits your fellow men. You profit on two scores. The satisfaction of knowing you are doing your full share and the praise men will give when they realize what you are contributing toward the world's welfare. The weakling can gain strength, and the strong man become a benefactor when they use their heads In loading up. Begin today to rise Into your heritage. Load up. Ingersoil Quoted Scripture. There has been no modern controversialist who, in the audacious use of scripture, could surpass the once celebrated Colonel Ingersoil, most influenAmerica tial of agnostic lecturers-ienterIn his day. His prises did not exhaust his energies; Ingersoil was a powerful champion of sound currency during the epoch of inflated paper money after the Civil war. In a speech on this exciting sub-- ' Ject he once delivered himself to the following effect: "I hope to see the day when every greenback In the United States will be able to rise up on Its edge and say 'I know that my n al er Aluminum Brass. Enormous Sharks. Sharks grow to a tremendous size. Roudeletl's shark, for Instance, which Is an inhabitant of tropical seas, attains a length of 40 feet. The great basking shark is even longer. A young fish of this species, brought to Too Tame for Him. England and set up, is 17 feet In "Gabson likes to hear the sound of Full grown, this shark may his own voice." length. measure 50 feet and rival the whales "That explains his penchant for in girth and weight. monologues. But If he loves the sound Saw-fis- h have been killed 30 feet In of his own voice so much why doesn't length, and It Is not for a moment to he talk into a phonograph and have be supposed that we have secured the his remarks 'canned for future use?" largest The fact is that the natural "He wouldn't have the satisfaction history of the seas Is still very largely of seeing the phonograph writhe and a sealed book, "and that surprises are fidget" till la store for future gfnerattoss. Experiments aimed at developing the resistance of brass to the action of sea water, with a view to Its employment for constructing submarines In France, have. It Is reported, shown some remarkable resulfe from the adThe internal dition of aluminum. structure of the alloy Is strikingly changed "by a very small percentage of aluminum and the color changes are surprising. From half of 1 per cent up to 5 per cent of aluminum gives the brass a deep golden color. If the quantity of aluminum Is Increased beyond 5 per cent a superb rose color results, which reaches Its maximum when the aluminum, amounts to 7 per cent With 10 per cent of aluminum the color turns to a silvery white. redeemer Hvethl" Earth's Circumference. Erastothenes, who lived between 275 and 195 B. C, probably was the first to measure the earth's circumference and adopted the same method that is employed at present He found thai the distance between Syene and Alexof a great cirandria was seven degrees 13 minutes cle about and on this basis computed the circumference of the earth to be 250,000 stadia. The exact length of the stadium he used Is not known and It U not possible to compute the decree of .error In his calculations. Measuring one-fiftieth Sponges are of many qualities, but the most highly prized is that of Syria, Urga, sacred city of the Living Budwith a cuplike shape and a yellowish dha, lying far to the north of Monpale color, which is found In a number golia, is a relic of medieval times overof varieties. laid with a veneer of twentieth cenThe large sponge fisheries are sittury civilization, and Is a city of viouated along the seashores of Greece, lent contrasts and glaring anachronSyria and of certain part3 of the Adri- isms. It was used as a base of supatic, as well as along the Tripoli and plies by Roy Chapman Andrews, leadTunisian seashores. The fishing of er of the second Asiatic zoological exsponges Is effected by divers who are pedition of the American Museum of let down from a boat to depths of 10, Natural History. 20 and sometimes 25 meters, and pull Motor cars pass camel caravans the sponges from the rocks to which fresh from the Gobi desert; holy lathey are fixed. Some sponge fishermen mas In bright robes walk side by side use a long trident but this system Is with d priests and swarthy fortunately falling Into disuse, since it Mongol women In the fantastic headd spoils the sponges. In dress of their race stare wonderlngly fishing grounds the gathering ' of at the latest fashions of their Russponges is effected by divers provided sian sisters, relates a correspondent of with diving bells or dressed in cork the Detroit News. Three great races jackets. have met In Urga, and each carries Upon being gathered the sponges are on Its own customs and way of life. squeezed, beaten and washed In order The Mongol's home has to rid them of their black coating and remained unchanged ; the Chinese shop soft substance which gives them a with Its wooden counter and very characteristic chlorine odor. Inmates Is still pure Chinese, When they begin to whiten they are and the ornate cottages proclaim subjected to a frequently renewed themselves to be Russian. solution of sulphuric acid. Men from all races and comers of the earth gamble together. All Mongolia lives on horseback, and a Mongol Why Go to Colleger will never walk even a .hundred yard I know a young Yale graduate In if he can help It Summer In MonPhiladelphia who is now convinced golia Is short at best and In the winthat a college education is a bar to ter the temperature drops to 50 and wealth. "GIrard" writes In the Phil60 degrees below zero, and the great adelphia Press. platean Is swept by biting winds Crocs He is a clever electrician and got a job after leaving Yale which paid the Siberian steppes. him $30 a week. In his new place he came In contact with an uneducated Leaders Must Pay Price. foreman who tried to persuade the There's satisfaction in being able to college lad to "turn a day laborer and do hard things. Weaklings have to be Join the union." exceptionally Insignificant If they can't He was assured that in a fortnight do something. Then there Is a large he could get $60 a week. class that can do many things IndifferThe young son of Eli stuck to bis ently. Those who can carry big loads electrical job and when wiring a buildand carry them well are few. To be ing in Philadelphia a boss painter told in this select class appeals to most him he could get double the $30 a folks, but only the few really deserve week he was then getting If he took place la It And they do not land there up the paint brush. without effort Such honors are matDo you wonder that this youth who ters of growth. Time 'and toll are the holds his Yale sheepskin is puzzled In price paid for the advance. Beginning figuring out Just how a college eduwith what comes easy the worthy ones cation pays him? become experts and then add to their sphere of achieving such things as naturally fall In line with their endeavof the Thought of War. Weary grow without being The Imperial war museum at the ors. Then they really conscious of added strength. Crystal palace In London has been alglad surprise when most entirely deserted. There Is a That comes as a to It lot to be seen under the great glass some one calls attention roof, but few persons are sufficiently Asparagus Has a Pedigree. interested to make a visit The long avenues of armaments are seldom visAsparagus was cultivated In Rome ited. Among 200 or 300 visitors on 200 years B. C, and Pliny, In his "Hisone day there were only two private tory Naturalfe," mentions that near soldiers. Their opinion was: "It" Is Ravenna there grew a kind of wjilch mournful, gloomy and uninspiring." three heads weighed a pound. Asparwho agus flourished also In Greece. It Is A Daily Mail representative made a tour of the exhibition found a native of several places near the sea that the majority of the people re- In Britain. At Kynance cove. In garded the display In the same light Cornwall, a rocky Island Is called "Asas the soldiers. A war widow and her paragus Island," because at one "time d daughter, with the the plant was cultivated there. In anknowledge of how "father died," shed cient days all sprouts of young vegetears in front of the Warsplte exhibits table? were called asparagus; and In and then walked slowly out of the comparatively modern times the artibuilding. It was a pathetic incident choke, cardoon, seakale and allsander that moved other visitors. But It was were Included. Nowadays only the only one of Its kind. Most probably all one Is so called. plants, and cultiare wild vated asparagun of an unpalatable orBig Saving In Heating Power. may still be found on British With a first cost for heating plant der shores. facof about 56,000, the Husquarna tories in Sweden have been making an Korean Women Nameless. annual saving of 400 tons of coke for several years by utilizing surplus powThe Korean woman has not even a er. A hydraulic station supplied elecname. In childhood she receives . a e fatric power, and, as nickname, by which she Is known In th cilities are lacking, the electric generfamily and by her friends', but when ators continue to run at night the shearrives at maturity. It la employed current produced being turned Into aconly by "the sister of or "the daughcount for heating the 44.000 gallons of ter of" such a person. water in a large subterranean tank. After her marriage her name Is. burDuring the daytime hot water Is led; she Is absolutely nameless. If circulated In the heating system of the it happens that a woman has to appear establishment The shops thus get sufIn a law court the judge gives her a day exficient heat for their special name for use while tne case cept during the very coldest weather. lasts, in order to save time, snd-Jmg Asn1 plant simplify matters., and. then the original Is called upoa for auxiliary serrloa. black-gownebetter-equippefelt-cover- Sacred City of Mongolia Has But Thin Veneer of the Civilization of Today. a blue-gown- ed sixteen-year-ol- sea-coa- st water-storag- tfc-- e 12-ho- ur coal-flrin- i 'h, I- TJffifc A&AIR CODWM. N15W1 v asaKte yqmia$gp& "- 1"V)WJi.vf.tJ "V.! H6ftMtate-'Jt- ' 1 - J4" . tfc f PabliBhed Pn WedBtdyB. ie.iiMCTiiiiMinfliini!.axfmir'-"MTTiw- i . U.1W., WTUWAMM across the State "" -- lineinto .w.fw. . , Tire1, .j waa in rnw Tirnrw Bw... inn vnn r . fc fit Golan6ia., KeRtacky- -' - andeaid: "Pennsylvania-i-s E. murrIPLl,- -. 'ffa !?S. 0Af& HAMLrr.- DeaMoct!e&avtxapzTrtA to ths l&tcxaet tfceCltjcf Coteab!aas$ tbi paopla cf Adair tad W",Bg connUtt, ia; Ohia is America, " The ,gov- - ter the iattle, by one of the JrnSr o; Omo,)th$n as now,y,; wae nuniler. He enjoyed telling if, m James M. Cox; who settled' all and 8sic that it actually occurred! mm aji s; Ohio strikes without calling out wum w a soldieV or firing a shotf. iac vnn 1 lift IT " A third "motter," has been added to the. Republican list. Along with "Boyjget the mon ey,' and "Send the right man to see the right people," may now be recorded the ancient and Hpnorablefclogan, "We strive to please." As a rider, the new slogan carries cne engaging in citation, "j you don't see what you want, ask for Just as waa expected the rocker is at a new angle in reference to the Treaty and the Covenant. "This is not a campaign of one mind, nor is there insistence that all Republicans shall think as the nominee thinks," says Harding. ManifestaSenator tions of keen, delight are now expected from Senator JohnsOn, who'BayB that the League of Nations Ib dead and will be fur- ther deadened by a Republican victbryjfrom Senator fcodge, whpggays the Covenant must; be amended out of all recognition; from Mr. Knox, who declares. for'aeparate peacet'anoVtfor the jjcaxuc.w oct wave uicucb,' nuw mr. wicKersnam, wno says sen ator Harding is against separate peace and in favor of the League, of Nations; from Mr. Hoover, who says both of the large par--, ties are for the League; from George Sylvester Viereck, who is for himself, Germany and the Senator. In reference to Mr. Wicker-sham- 's version of Senator Hard-ing- 's views, Senator Harding says: it is tony to talk about specific programme. The spea cific thing must be evolved out of a conference of the beet thought and the best capacity which can be brought together, not the dictum of one spokes- Ohio, was told what the soldier said in Siber- answer to the Colonel's plea,' a$ jna u t- KM.m s it ijrr' milm7 Ba7 . aK--. r'WJmrtr1 av m aaav -. r- . m .ar aimi aimir bi i . 4 ft ri jlb-m f b mu IB w r-m..- 1 .'' im .-- m - Senator Harding has at last XBtered at the Colnmba' FoBtoffice as second said something that is bold, fear-lesmail matter. clear as a bell add which cannot be successfully disputed. WED. SEJPT,. 15. 1920. Evidently without consultation with Chairman Hayes, or Senator Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone campaign com Penrose, ' .50 per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perfyear mittee, he has come right out A Subscription due and Payable InJAdTance and in tones that caj?y conviction rr to the mind and a 'thrill; to the "DemocraticTicKe) 1 heart declares: "The history fof civilisation is a very interesting FOE PRESIDENT story. i s, or-th- Men and Boy's clothing Wats, Caps etc., Ladies. Dress Goods and No- - e I it' tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. Jr it? 5 . Tmrz- JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. w FOR D. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN of NewYork. VICE-PRESIDENT, jsif. :ra? B71 ,& .. -- '..,. "jr- !!' u V FOR UNITED STATES SENATE J. C. W. BECKHAM. .o -- H-t FOR CONGRESS RALPH GILBERT of Shelby County, Qoy. , Cox , continues to throw v not Btuff at the money diggers. r,i , , Hundreds have been killed in ,!italy and thousands wounded by - r eh earthquake ' I KHomer Cummins says Harding can no$win if matters not how much money is poured into the campaign treasury. H. T. Jones, Democratic Elec iion Commissioner for Hardin county, announces that he will election officer appoint in each precinct in the county. The women are willing to serve. time the Democratic women of Adair county were organizing. The party will need every vote to which it is entitled. The women should remember that in voting they express themselves in favor of perpetuating good government. This country has paid its expenses in the ending of the greatest war the world has ever known and is now' a money lender. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, who tjle Republican leaders pretend to be shocked by Gov. Cox's charge, that they are raising an enormous campaign to buy the Presidency? They were not shocked when Senator Newberry was convicted and sentenced to" ten years in the penitentiary on the charge, of spending a fortune in his campaign; they never asked him to resign from nor threw him out of the Senate. They were not shocked at the millions spent in the primary campaigns of General Wood aud Governor Lowden but this latter was a moral and not a legal offense. Only when the offense charged might come within the province of the criminal courts do they seem to display a pretense of resentment What has become of the claim that the G. 0. P. is "the party of great moral ideas?" Why,&oul CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE uonA' s4 &o v n?J - 'f,V' 5 &i--1--'' r WWM Progress Range Stoves r v A, -- u v j ' $' Mbm Murray Columbia, Phone 12 mK B li h Kentucky Next Dow to The Adair Couaty New Office. s It is is campaigniog for the Republi- can national ticket, had a narrow escape from death at Joplin, Mo., while preparing for an airplane flight to Vinira, Okla., where he had an appointment to Bpeak. The plane ran away with file Colonel before the pilot boarded it. The Colonel managed to Kentucky Republicans will visjump from the fusilage and land it Mr. Harding's front porch on free. The scene was exciting. the 20th of this month, We do not know who will make the If you are a Democrat, married speech' for the visitors, but it is and have daughters of age, see said that Gov, Morrow like that the whole family vote. It Barkus, is willing, In fact he is necessary for every person, never declines to expatiate. He who believes in Democratic prin- is as good speeker as was a Fedciples to cast his or her vote at eral Colonel during the civil the November election. It is war, A battle was on, the artime now for a little push to be mies being only a short distance put in the canvass. Get busy. apart. Minnie balls were coming thick and fast, and four or The trial of the Kash-Hurgot under a contest case for the Circuit Judge five union soldiers nomination commenced at Beaty-vill- e ledge of rock for safety. The very the first of last week. The Colonel came up and in a speech appealed to them candidates are both Republicans patriotic fight. The boys and charges of gross frauds to come out and safety were'Iying very quieteach other are in Colonel proceeded, made. There are a great many ly, but as the up and said: witnesses and both sides have one of them raised good speak"Boys, he is their friends. er." This incident was told us 'j XOne of the finest tributes ever by the late F. R. Winfrey, ,of tiid to the labor record of Gov. this place, who ws a commis- st The Democratic Chairman of the woman vote of Adair county has cot something to do. The vote must be gotten out, and it will not do to wait longer in perfecting an organization. A Democrat farmer said to us, Thursday, "I am afraid of the suffrage vote. In my neighborhood every white Republican woman and every negro woman Bay they are sure to vote. The Democratic women say they will not go to the polls." Can you not see that much work is to be accomplished before the election ? If we hold our own in Adair county some effective work must be done and done quickly. Time flies. A personal canvass of the men and women vote must be made. No use to send circulars. Go out and talk, and talk with emphasis, and good results will follow. C'''!fr''fi''frfre He thinks wood pulp makes good paper. He believes that lumber is a good thing for lumbermen. He is convinced that "JaJaJO FALL GOODS. Before Buying Your Fall Shoes and Underwear ( land is essential for farming. Louisville Times. Pellyton. man." This utterance adds much to F. B. Adkins sold to J. J. Cofclarity of the public's views fey his house and lot. Considthe as to Senator Harding's posi- eration $1,000.00. tion. The Senator has tried Mrs. Gola Brockman, who has very hard to make this position been sick for several days, is no clear. better. He has told the public very Mr. Estill Sanders and Miss plainly, time and again that he Mary Campbell eloped to is for and against the Covenant; Ind., last week, and that he is for and against the were married. tribunal of The Hague; that he Mr. D. O. Pelley and wife is for and against separate r, peace. In short the public were visiting relatives at this week. should understand that the SenMrs. Lucy Jasper, of Minton- ator is forlorn and up against it. But if anyone supposes that rville, is visiting her father, J. J. there is disagreement among the Coffey this week. Miss Ruby Winfrey, of Akrdn, Republicans in reference? to the League, let .him consider' this Ohio, was visiting Miss Gladys concise statement by the Repub- Blackford, Saturday and Sunday. lican nominee: "We are all Mrs. Mary Pelley, who has agreed now that amendment, or been yisiting relatives in Iowa, revision or reconstruction is pos- has returned home. sible and vastly better than resMrs. W. O. Pelley and Mr. El- ervations." vmer Pelley, of Iowa, are visiting Actually the statement does relatives here. not exactly commit the Senator. Mr. Henry Workman and J. He merely says that certain R. Jones, who have been visitchanges are possible and that ing relatives in Illinois, have re- they would be better than reser- turned home. vations. Presumably he is for We want Gov. Cox, for Presand against reservations. ident, the League of Nations "Step on it," said the G. O. P. and Adair County News. money-getter"Step out of it," says Senator Harning. From Missouri. Mont-pelies. and Sweater Coats, SEE my Lint6 Jeffer-sonvill- e, L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. ARE YOU READY FOR FALL PLANTING DISC HARROWS Best on ihe Market 9 RIGHT PRICES 8's 10-s S. F. EUBANK, Columbia, iy.,-- ' - - ' s 12-- against In justice to the estimable gentleman of Marion, it should be added, however, that he has specifically committed himself to three things in his campaign. protracted meeting at Milltown several times, conducted by Bros. Kemper and Ray, thus meeting and mingling with lots of friends and acquaintances. By the way, Bro. Moore, our Baptist preacher, is corresponding new with Bro. Ray, the Evangelist, wanting his assist-anc- e in a meeting here this fall. Do hope Bro. Ray will decide to night. We spent one month come to our town, We also visvery pleasantly, visiting relatives ited at Sam Bogard, Sept. 6, '20. Brownings and Dr. and' friends In Columbia and in Sam Taylors, near Editor News:, Montpelier. ' It was quite a "treat to li.you will allow me a little the neighborhood of Bligs, n meet Continued on 8th Page give the readers of J space, I will and Gradyville. .White w, wife, two daughters, Pheoba and Helen and mysel I arrived in Columbia July 7th. Was met by my brother-in-laEbb Salmon, who conveyed us to his home, near Milltown, in his Ford car. There we were met by Ohdriev Browning and family. Well there was too. much rejoicing there to do much sleeping that the News a little history of our there, we attended church servisit to good old Adair. My vices at Gradyville once, Union twice and Mill-tow- us. A -- ' a " AbAlR-GOUNt- Y jKH wjfyv ip ? W'- NEW8 - iM'ii ? "- &- v rr , V-- '" "-- - ,4.." TT .flCfisi"". "tSfc--- T aaai w-r; '- - wrTC ifiri5pO '''it' f I i.iiurk' I J misr1 IFF!. 59 Mff mm 17 1- -2 P cts. -2 1- 1. lit W H I L J Pilgrim n Valuable " 200 Acre River Farm AT PUBLIC AUCTION . Monarch C 27 els. t 4 UgK TUESDAY, SEPT. 28 i $'S 2'T if1 RUSSELL & CO. IO4 101 B r - AT i O A. :!M 0.. S fl j" if K - This lapdwillbe subdividcTand then offered as a whole, way it brings the most money. This farm is "well improved fromevery tandpoin good dwellings,, good barn and good outbuildings, good fence. On this tract df land there re 40 aeres of Sfeek bottom, theTemain- - TH E U NXVE RSA1T CK 4 limestone upland; It 16 WlF wftterefl by fiLl", ,.. v , ! j a-- i uvt?i? laiiug springs, ponus ana wens, n nas on-igoodlorchard ar(3' recently a lot of new trees have been set out. -- efeing goodtrong ... n goodand .'.St: ''.'- an J JL iiJfetiSiona It'sho longer necessary to go into the details describing the practical raeritsofthe Ford 'car everybody knows ajl'a&out "The Universal Car." How it goes and conies day after day and year after year at an operating expense so small that it's wonr derful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay. Buy a Ford car when you can get e" of a mile from Whitew-oodJChlarm is cdlisidered one of the best farms'fn thecoun; of GreejQ,, inlet &ird. outlet for both travelng and shipping facilities. It is a known fact that 30 acres of good creek bpttomjarid is considered ,s valuable and as good as the average 20 three-fonrt- hs . . 0-a- cre upland farm. Mr. White has two reasons for disposing of this land. One is on account of his age and the other that he owns more land than he wants. going to sell a 115 acre farm. 75 acres of this land is valuable Green River bottom, the remainder being strong limestone land. This farm has a jrood house on on it, all necessary outbuildings, under good fence, arid good water at the door. It is 3J miles from the historical city of Greensburg. There are no two better improved nor two better bodies of land in the entire county of Green. This land is especially adapted to Burley tobacco, wheat, oats cero and rye: ib Mr. White at the same time one.J.4eMJLtak& good care of your order get your Ford .to you when as soon as possibleand give the bestin "after-servic- required. , . THE NOW MEN, LISTEN ! :;lj BUCHANAN-LYO- V". N COMPANY. INCORPORATED. Columbia, Ky. CampbelIsvilIe,Ky. This farm is absolutely going to sell. My firm is in the selling business and when we advertise over our signature that we are going to sell we always sell. There i3 only one way for you to get this bargain. Be on the ground the day of the sale and make the last bid. We are going to offer a !t0.00 Gold Piece to the one that guesses nearest per acre what these two farms will bring. Every man, woman and child on the ground will be entitled to a free guess. Terms of this sale will be easy and made known on day of sale. Anyone interested in this land will see Mr. White at Whitewood, or C. W. C. W Haga1 -- Agency, HaanKy., R. M. Spalding Lebanon, Fighl Insects Now With the Plow. Farm For tale. 50 acres. 7 miles from Campbellsville. Good land and good house, 2 barns. Price and terms right. Call On or write ; R. M. Rice, Campbellsville, Ky. 1 PERSONALS. Mrs. J. S. Murphy and daughter, Miss SaMle, visited at the Home of Mr. It. F. Eowe last week. 'Stevenson, of Mr and Mrs. WT Chicago, 111., who are at the home of Mrs. Stevenson's grandmother," Mrs Sallie T. Butler, visited the Mamouth Cave and Lincoln Park last week. Mrs. Ed Butler, mother of Mrs. StevWalker, of Okeerie, Master enson, accompenied them. left Mrs. Lola Ldvett, who is making Okla.f who visited relatives here, county her home in Louisville, visitetf here for home last week via Boone where he will Btop a few days with last week. ? Mr. Sara Wheat, who spent ten days relatives. Mr: Mario)i McElroy, who was rearhere with relatives, left for his location Wednesday morn-ta- ed near Columbia, a son of Mr. FranSavanah, 111., last His visit here was much enjoyed cis, McElroy and wholeft Adair county thirty-fiv- e or forty years ago, is back by his home people and friends. Mr. E. B. McLean, Louisville, was on a visit, 'fre lives in Blair, Oklahoma. FatheftTinve has been good to here last Wednesday. him, and ha is now in a very prosper-op- s Mr. Curt Bell, of Bed Lick, entered Cdnditiohf He owns several good several of Wb children in Lindsay Wilfarms in thejwest.and other property. son last Tuesday-Mr- . Therij have been many changes since John A. Goodman, of Louisville he left but' the old familiar scenes was in Columbia a day or two last abop. Columbia bring to his mind very week. pleasant memories of long ago. Mr. and Mrs Claud Young, who re Mr. J. O. squires left for . Berea oently married in Indiana, arrived in College Monday. He livis near Colnmbia last Tuesday nignt'and stopped at the home of Mr.. Young's aunt Mf.H. P. Show of Cushing, Okla., Mrs. Ezra Cheatham. representingthe Masonic Froteetion Dr. J. J- - Booker, of Greensburg, Association; was here last week to came up last Wednesday to see old spend a day or two with his Aunts friends, and to accompany Mrs. Booker Mrs. W. Oartwright and Mrs. "L. f who had visited here for severa e.jyinfxey. home, days. Mr. WsHpbson, Jamestown, was BBrger.wiii J?e;.vwith her rjere last Thursday. - B. J.-ran- husband all this week, in Louisville. Mrs. Cordis Barbee, the widow of the late J. T. Barbee, who makes her home in Canada, vlsitedjMr. and Mrs J. B. Barbee and other relatives here " r' last week. MrstiStewart Kinnaird, of. Red Lick, is visiting, Mrs. Jas. Menzies.and Mrs. G. T. flowers. Mr. Geo. A. Smith is on a business and pleasure trip te West Virginia. W. Gilmore, Richmond, com-- . mercial traveler, was here Thursday. Mr. H. C. Ehorer, a son of the late Dr. Melvin Rhorer, was here a few days ago, from Lexington. Mr. .T. JlgO. 1 Mr. and. Mrs. R. J. Lyon, Camp, Mr. Marion Antle, of Peking, 111., arrived in Columbia last Thursday afternoon, ffe left his son, Lawrejnce in Lebanon, and stated that he was quite sick, not able to make the trip to this place. a Mr. C. W. Long, Glasgow,; was here ', few days ago. . Jamestown, a business trip to this p'lace,?Fri-- J made day. -- vMr. C. W. Falkenburg, .;; , g. Mr. J. E. Heilman and wife, Glas gow, have taken rocms in the Christian College building and will rerflain here some weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Stults and'their sob, Mr. C. T. Stults, left for Louis West BaFall plowing is the most universally from Mr. effective way of controlling the insect tine plaee pests that annually cause great losses moat to the grain farmer. It is much easier time. and cheaper, says the bureau of ento- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Patteraoa and molygy, United States Department of Mr. and Mrs. Jo F. Patterson recently Agriculture, to prevent an insect outspent & verj pleasant day in Lebanon break than it is to stamp out the infeswith Mr. and Mrs. Jo Russell. tation once it is fully developed. The Miss Mabel Hindman left for her Hessian fly, so destructive to wheat, school at , Marrowbone, Sunday, ac- is one of the insects that can hardly be companied by Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hind-ma- n eradicated once it is established in the snd.l&r. Stuart Hutchinson. crop. Fall plowing is recommended MrrandMrs. C. C. Hindman and because it. breaks up the soil and dedaugterof MUltown, visited L. C. Hind stroys the grubs and pupae of many inman last; Saturday. sun and sects by exposing them air. Mr. and Mrs.Bruce Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Jo F. Jfatteson left for the For Sale. State Fair Monday morning., to-the . bellsville, afe sojourning at den Sbrings, Ind. A card Lyon to us says that it is a and that they are having a The greatest enemy of child life 5 the tape worm. It destroys health and vitality. The greatest enemy or the tape worm is White's Cream Vezmi-- f uge One or two doses does the work. Price, 35o; Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Miss Anna Mildred Cnandler, boro, Texas, who is well-know- n IliHs lumbia, underwent an operation fox appendicitis last week. l Co- Mill-tow- n i. MrsE- , ville last Sunday where they wil'i Mrs. Mary Caldwell has been quite For Sale. Nice seed Rye and ten or twelve j sick since Sunday. spend, the fall and winter. good ewes. Miss Julia Eubank is in Louisville Mr. W. H. Wilson and wife were High-graTypewriter, A I Chas. R. Cabell, here from Campbellsville last Wednes-ba- this week o attend the Living Model Call or see Bargain. Ky. Gresham, ' ::Show which will take place on WedEdward Hamlett, News Office. Mr. Strother Hines.will return to nesday. The latest creations in ladies The corn crop throughout the Unittiatsand suits will be on display. Centre College today. Mr. Press Miller has removed to the ed States up to September 1, 1920, is Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson made a special Hammori, of Glensfork', and said at the department of Agriculture Kproperty, on Bomar Heights, .he re Zeno trip to Louisville the latter part of last TJlis Garrett traded farms a few days at Washington to be 3,131,000,000 bush- cently purchased from Titthe Coffey week. ago. Mr. Garrett owned the Pascal els It is 6,000,000 bushels above the heirs. Mrs. I. C. Pence, of Spt ir?gfi,eldrIll.;. Willis farm, and in the exchange largest crop of record. Wanted; 0 three daughters, and father, Mf&fr., Hammdn paid him a difference of H. Waggoner, who spent two weeks The following marriage licenses In. the valuations- Nvere issued last week arid not reportA white woman to cook at Lindsey vlsiting relatives in the county, were Wilson Training School. Good, S air here SaturdayTen route to their horned Wehave the Owensboro Wagons ed: Winfrey Janes to Lelthea Bur- :', lary andboard. V ' botri wuouuuo aiuicasiuli- - lot sale.iWide gage. HdwrCo'. bridge,Lucy ITairplayarcusAri mi. ii R. V. Bennett Columbia, Kjl Davis Grant, both or Crocus; tie to al trip to Campbellsville a few days 46-de y. 46-4- F 84,-00- . 1 vt 2t v.r ' 3r r tfcfcr Sf) iUC & HRH'H k DAVIS HARDWARE CO PANY. falls ia the treatment of Edema, Tettcr.Riaeworm.Itch.etc. Doa't become discouraged because otbcr treatments failed. Hunt's S1t has relieved hundreds of luck cases. You can't lose on oat Money Bach Guarantmm Tff7 It at our risk TODAY. For sal locally by without quel tion If Hunt's Salra MONET BACKPriam Jl H H RUGS araLC ARRETS, Artistically p& Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store. Dealer In -- SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS DYE CLOTHE (3 AND D8AFSRU Why Use Faded or Old Tiresome Colors? Have Them Renewed By a New Color. INCORPORATED DlED DRINK To Match Color Schemes A Sold by Paull Drug Company. Where U. S. Stands. Louisville, Ky. .IA11 ' kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies,, Harness Just where the United States A and Farming Implements. 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At the Jeffries Old Stand roads; 40 per cent of the world's steel and iron; 52 percent of the world's coal; 60 per cent of all cotton grown; 66 per cent of the world's oil; 70 per cent of the world's copper; 75 per cent of all corn grown; S3 80 per cent of the world's au- tomobile3. Kentucky. Sour new store 1 & 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never in your need for Phone 171 Columbia, Kentucky. giMlli! FARM v J FENCING HELENA RANGE STOVES GLOBE TIRES and TUBES J. F, KURFEES PAINT Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs General Line Hardware and Groceries Previous to 1914, we owed England so much money that the annual interest was three hun dred million dollars. Now Eng-lan- e 38 is paying us 150 million dol lars a year interest. Before the m war we owed about 4 billion dol lars abroad. Today the net indebtedness of Europe to America is 10 billion dollars. America is now the richest nation and the financial center of the world. Before the war, England was nation. the greatest After 1920, America will have twice as many ships as England. ship-owni- ng WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street ForskiQ eruptions, rash, chafed skin, prickly heat, chiggar bites and stings of poisonous insects, Ballard's. Snow Liniment is an affective application. 30c, 90c One of the BestJStores of Louisville, S8$88 Ky. IjBBBBISIBsi quickly. Three sizes, and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Adv Paull Drug Co. It heals Falrplay )K)K)K HAIL FIRE One SSBSBSBsiBsiBsiSS BARGER Bros. Mr. W. T. Loy is slowly in P In Field In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute as Columbia, Ky. proving from the shingles. Little Miss Lvdia Harvey is very sick with erysipelas. Misses Beatrice Bennett and Maye Gadberry have typhoid lever. - HBBaUBBBBOEKja 'g -- Mr. R. T. Gadberry and family Accept BBflBflflBBflBBBflRBBBflflflBBBBflflB n 53 No Substitutes for Colds d fl 8c Headache Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- Thedford's fLM-DRAUBH- T ;1 Purely Vegetable "For years we have used in our family, and I have never found any medicine that could take its place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville,Tenn. Mr. Stacy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends ht as a medicine that should be kept in every household for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to prevent them from developing into serious troubles. Liver Medicine BB MBBBBBBBBBBBB BB Ak. jy.-avraln- THEDFORD'S as BLACK -- DRAUGHT "It touches the liver and does the work" Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for Black-Draug- ht It has saved tis many dollars I don't see how any family can hardly go without it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht never without it" At all druggists. lazy and sleepiness feeling with g in tha day is caused by a torpid liver and .& bordered .bowels. Herbine is a sple.fct: me ... ndid remedy for such ailments. It by Adv. f c Jetnses the system and restores vim And ' activity. Price, 60c Sold r - Accept No Imitations 1. 81 .Saul .Drug Cof BflflflflflBBBEIflflBMflflBflflflflBflflflflfl of Gadberry, spent Sunday at the home of W. L. Bennet. Mr. Henry Sparks and wife, of Gadberry, were visiting the former's uncle, Z. L. Bennet, Sunday. Born to the wife of J. W. Bennett on August 29th, a daughter. Mr. Andrew Loy and .his thresher made this place last week. The yield of wheat was better than expected. Mr. Wm. McCIister and family of Waco Texas, are visiting relatives at this place. Mr. McCIister has not been here for thirteen years." Mr. Joe Earles of Knoxville, Tenn. is spending a few weeks here visiting friends and relatives. Rev. Thomas, of Columbia, has just closed a ten days revival at Concord. There were four con .versions. Bro. Lee of Cane Val- - x X Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE as W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance able sermons. Messrs. Forest Harvey of In- THE NEWS is $1.50 and dianapolis and Brother James" of $2.00 per year. Send in Bellhaven N. C, were visiting relatives at this place recently. our subscription at once. Mrs. Matilda Petty, died on Sept. 1, of heart and lung trouble. The Columbia Eastern Star ChapShe was a good christian woman ter will have Mr. Frank C. 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To do so is like burning down the house to keep warm. pains-taking, Hands off in Russia L amKB you will have good luck. President Wilson and Secretary of State Colby have made it known that "America would regard with satisfaction a declaration by our allies that the territorial integrity and true bounda- f w , -- 2 I the furnitnre for that purpose. In a short time he had disposed was a thus of the chairs and tables Once upon a time there too cold to and, then, being cold once more, 'man who said it was chop be took out the window frames out into the woods to So and burned them, and after the ino-- for the fire. So he con up Window frames, the dotn. ceived the idea of chopping A Feolish Han. io a ries of Russia shall be respected," the object being to deprive If you meet three people wearthe Soviet usurpers of the opporing spectacles on your walk, tunity to make capital for themmake a wish and it will come selves by claiming that they are true. fighting for Russian rights Don't cut your nails just be against foreign enemies. fore going on a journey, or yon In the whole matter those who will get into some kind of speak for the United States government are right. Nothing A negro superstition is om could be more unfortunate at starting on a journey to run this juncture than the overthrow around three times to insure; of the Soviet through the instrugood luck. mentality of foreign bayonets. If going out on a particularly If such should take place, no important trip and you want: inconsiderable part of the world's good luck to come out of it, have? population would believe for some one throw a slipper at you-many years that the greatest at tempt at communistic living that It is supposed to be particularthe world has ever seen failed ly bad luck if one returns to only because the soldiers from of the household when "capitalistic" g o v e r nments to be she forgot to say good-bstruck the new State down by' fore. A. F. SCOTT force. Let the Soviet fall, when If on starting on any ihd o it does fall, from the consea trip, you see a fight, whether nfzZMH-SSJH- . quences of its own errors, and it be with young boys or older-ones- , its fallacious economic theories. DEALER IN that indicates a prosperous Then the whole world will underGARFORD TRUCKS errand. stand the story, and those who II, 2. 3A, AND 5 TON To see the, full moon. imokd irattempt such insane enterprises For Low Co st per Ton, Mild in other countries will be discredately on leaving your 'house afc ited before they begin. night is a forerunner of quaeSEE Traveling Beliefs. And it is almost as important, s' rels, unless you say: "Foil nxxpp SCOTT, or certainly nearly as important Casey Creek, Ky. that the nations should keep If;you. drop your purse andj turn away, givme luck anothr their hands off of RusBia as that trip over it when starting out, er day." mis-cbief. foreign armies should not invade Russia. With the failure of the Polish invasion only a small part of Russia old Russia is now in the hands of foreigners. The Rumanians have, without any legal claim to the same, seized the border province of Bessarabia. The Japanese are, we believe, still in Vladivostok. Well, it is time for them to vacate. As for Bessarabia it may be just as well to allow the Rumanians to police that province for a time; in the end they will certainly have to give it up. And the strictest vigilance should be maintained to prevent Russian adventurers who may set up the standard of revolt against the Soviet identifying their cause with the interests of other nations. In the meantime the Bolshevik adventure in Poland is still in full swing. It may be necessary, before that incident is closed, to use troops to check the Bolshevists that are fighting beyond their borders. But no matter whether this comes true or not the policy of President Wilson that force shall not be brought to bear by foreign .nations to overthrow or set up any government in Russia is the only sound-policto follow in the future. Louisville Post. y If a housewife sets out before; the table is cleared, she 0; have a toiling journey. If dust blows in your- eye' when starting out, your'e going; to have a disappointment - y a. f: 8 4DAIR COUNTY NEWS. -- v- " " 13-- A ! Business Phone 9r. J. -- N MurrcII but whp ever does, will find that 49 years. It was certainly a the. Judge. has not let5?hishands: greatpleasurfiito,me4ojtakevhim ' eat any idle bread when they to see his school teachers mu& see the road and the amount of Sallie Stewart, and schoolmates " IS WHAT4S DOING; POLITICS eakiPig--; , HON. KING- DENTIST- Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. Ht - UP n :- -. COLUMBIA, KY Gradyvilie rock , that they have quarried and friends of his boyhood days, With the appointment of an execuand to go to his fathers and tive committee of men and women to ready for the road. grandfathers old homes, and guide the policies of the campaign, the Democrats have about completed We are glad to report that gather hickory nuts from the organization. Chairman John their 1. ,. , ... some of our good people have de men: same trees ,nn ma 5b years ago. Grayot appointed Judge Alex P. Humphrey, Louisville; cided to remain with us. Uncle : After 'leaving Adair Co., in Senator George B. Martin, CatlettSr. Charlie Yates and his estimable company with Ebb. Salmons and burg; Judge Chas. A. Hardin, Col. P. H. Callahan, Louisdaughter, Mrs. Robertson, have wife, we spent Saturday and ville; Senator Chas. M. Harriss, Verjust closed a deal with Mr. H. Sparks, Mt. Saturday night with Mrs. W. H. sailles; Hon. W. J. BusseUville. Vernon ; S. g Har-rodsbur- g; 4 SW0PE WILL SPEAK ' - The few days of cool weather Is i reminder of frost. W. H. Hamilton-- of Red Lick, passed through here last en route for Columbia. Ve never had a better pros-i- s at for a good corn crop in this section. R v. Squires filled the pulpit at the Methodist church, in our city, last Sunday, with a 'very discourse. Judge and Mrs. N. H. Moss d farrily visited relatives in th community of Montpelier 4ha week end. ' v' L. E! Cain received a nice Sinai of cattle her ethe:firstvof-tfweek,5 at prices from 6 to 7 , Wed-2ida- y, ' " e ' county landed here. The Hart, of Greensburg, Adair place, al of preached at Union on last Sun- most them like the day afternoon. We are always though a few wanders back. Mr, Elbert Page, who a few glad to have him preach for us Dr. cents 'per lb. Summit, Illinois Our farmers just finished lip threshing their wheat In tfiis section, this week. Our crop is Editor News: a little short, but of an 'extra Summit sure is a growing for quality which will make up for in the last thirty days there has been over forty people from the shortage. E. Einnaird that put them in possession of one of the most desirable homes in our city, surrounded by everything that goes to make a lovely home with plenty of good water and with most every kind of fruit, five room dwelling and a large and commodious barn and consisting of about ten acres of first-claland. Just the thing uncle Char-li- e needs in his declining age. Something similar to his old home on the hill. Uncle Charlie says there is no place to live like Gradyvilie, for he has spent his three score and ten years here, with a few more added, and. if the good Lord permits him to live as long as Uncle John Shell, he will be perfectly satis-fiel- d with Gradyvilie. The consideration for this home was $750.00, and is known as the Dr. Nell place. ss C. Sandidge Greensburg. went Campbcellsviiie, spent as his discourses are very inter. , esting. . . f Dr. L. C. Nell and J. J. Par- son spent a few days in Louisville last week, The doctor waB on the tobacco market, and Mr. Parson buying shop repairs. Mrs. Geo. H. Nell, of Colum-- " biar-spen- t one day last week vis- in our city. Mr. J. P. Pendleton and his two sons, in company with Mr. Nelson, came over one day last week and received a bunch of battle at this place at prices from 5 to 7 bents per lb. iting hr relatives Mr. Trenton Gist, who left us a few days ago for 'Louisville, writes his mother that ' he has , joined the navy. Trenton was a good'boy and we know he will make a good soldier'. Miss Christine Nell will leave in a few days for Bowlihg'Grien where she. will complete her 2 ' business course. t n dry Mr. Black, the goods man out of Nashville, and Mr. Williams, the popular" out of Louisville, were calling on their trade in our city last week. well-knowgro-ceryma- v weeks ago was married to Miss Venora Reece, of Nell, Kyi, took their honeymoon in Riverview Park, Mo3t of us Kentucky boys had the pleasure of seeing the big circus show of Ringland Bros., and Barnum & Bailey which was shown intrant Park, Chicago. It sure was a big sight to us. They had special train loads one thousand seven hundred employees. Forty trained elephants. We are glad to hear that Adair Oo , is having' good schools this time. It is getting time for the people to wake up and see the need of education. Already there has been two boarders with me tha.t could, not write their father 'and mother. This sure is a sad thing, to see. My hope is that in a jfew years there .won't be any of them ' in Adair. l am hoping tnat tne reporter or Sparksvilje, will wake up and write a few letters to the News. Wiirclose by sayjng; good luck .to the paper and its many read- f Bouse, ? .i Lyon and family. Stlre had a ton, and Mrs. K. B. Phillips, Paducah. to come body cordially These two groups contain the leadMonday fine time all around. ing citizens of Kentucky, and the qualmorning, after bidding our ity of their attainments and character we boarded will doubtless attract the Independ- and' hear him. friends good-byent as well as the Democratic voter. the train thinking our visit in William espscifflly are invited. Kentucky was all over, but on Stephan Adams, Jr., adjutant of the B. Whalen Post of the Amerarriving in Louisville, we were ican Legion, has accepted the appointmet by Rollin Browning and ment as chairman of the Cox and Roosevelt Club in Harrison county. 'T4?, 50 ACRPS. wife who took us to their home Mr. Adams is a member of the State Executive Board of the American Lewhere we spent a very pleasant gion, and Is one of the many former who recognize in the platStrotogiLime3tonelah'd, 8 "nules from Georgetown This farm lays well, is afternoon. After supper we all service-meform and purposes of the Democratic took a stroll over the city, re- party those Ideals for which they went well watered; has good fences, a dandy orchard and one acre of timber. Im turning to Union Station about to war. provements consists of an elegant seven room frame house, large barn, double 9 o'clock. We were soon headed Is there any connection between six- cribs and all necessary out buildings. These improvements are in excellent teen dollars, a ton coal and the Repuband could not be replaced for $8,000. Price, $5,000. for Bogard, Landed at home lican slush fund? The coal operator the next day. Found everything vtio' confessed at Chicago that he had This farm,is beyond douBlith'e. best bargain we have ever. offered. collected dollars .' J;i VOIGT INSURANCE & REALTY CO, In about a week, in frorn other sixteen thousandhelp elect coal operators to says he was' forced to make Phone, 18, Voigt Bldg, JeiFersonville, Ind. - ... company with Paul White, we Harding these assessments. Are, the people beidrove our car through'fco Eldora- ng? assessed so much ajton of coal to tOi MaiRnn help elect Harding? !l'here seems to do,. Kans., to visit our be distinct relation between the high and family, Alva Burbridge, .pjHce of coal and the'' high price ' J- - " ,. i ifUS . j wue .ana nuie aaugnter, juucue. Also my wife's brother, Sawney' "Tithe League of Nations isn't go"od for Browning. Found them all jwell enough to, Warren G. Harding to subscribe but It'sgoQd eilough for him except Sawney. He had just to steal from. .;"'. ' returned from the hospital where Here are a few of the oratorical he had undergone an operation, heavy artillery who have been enlisted by .chairman of the Speakers' Bureau, but thought he would be able to Harry V. McCheshey, to shell the go to work in a few days. While woods for the Democrats in this canvj paign; Gov.' James M. Cox, Franklin there I visited Mr. Louard M!cln-tie- r, D. Roosevelt, Wiiliam G. McAdoo. a nephew of Mrs. Sandidge. Congressman Heflin, of Alabama ; Senator J. C. W. Beckham ; Senator A. O. Paul visited his cousin, Mr, Stanley, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Miss Alice Lloyd, Mrs. A. M. Harrison, and family, in Augusta. Gov. Charles A. Brough, of Arkari-saThey told me that there were Helm Bruce, W. W. Davies, Mrs. Geo. Bass, of Illinois; Mrs. Borden something 'like 6,000 wells Harriman, of Sew York ; A. W. Bark-leD. H. Kindieloe, R. Y. Thomas. around Eldorado. It is sure a Jr., Ben Johnson,' A. B. Rouse, J. Campsight to drive over the fields and bell Cantrill, W. J. Fields. see wells', refining and electric Mr. H. B. Kinsolving, Jr., of Shelby-villplants all, in operation and see man who is another build- lias,, become actively enlisted in the the residences and school work of making Kentucky safe for ings the oil companies have put Democracy this fall. Mr. Kinsolving up for the benefit of the people was captain of the Field Artillery during the World War and served as Inthat work for them. Hope some structor at Camp Taylor and Fort Sill. APTIST day to hear of Adair county hav- rie,has perfected organizations of Cox REV. J. $, D.eGARMO, WHO WILL COKD0CT SJJRV.jK5 and Roosevelt clubs fn every precinct BEG1N1SIN& SfePlV ing lots of good paying wells. 14 the state. His estimate is that there four thousand' young men Was glad to see the crops look- will hewomen Democratic clubs in and youne the ing so well there. Wei have had state when this work gets under way. plenty of rain lately and crops It is the vital duty of all organizaare looking fine here. After a tions to awaken women to the necessity of registering in October so that week in Kansas, returned home they will not lose their vote in Novemand found our car registered 731 ber. October 5 is registration day in all cities of the first four classes in miles. We are back at home, .Kentucky and also October 6, wher settled down to work again and ever fixed by ordinance. It is imperative that every white voter register on rejoicing over our very pleasant these two days. Most Respt., visits. Mrs. Shelley Coving- John B. Castleman, Louisville; Mrs John day with Bob Wilson and family Fulton,Harrison, Lexington; Mr.Lloyd, Bardstown; Miss Alice and Sunday" night with Will Maysrille; Mrs. Sam B. Watkins, SunA. M. and family, near has appointed From there we Department, to advise with the following women her: Mrs. 5f Thos. Mrs. Ithea, Samuel 31. Wilson, chairman Woman's at the Coiirt.Hbuse, it Columbia, Ky., on Monday - September 20th, 1920, at 1 - o'clock. o; Every m incited '-- e, . . : padies -- ,-- n con-diti- on all-righ- t. . ..'... son-in-la- w i.i ''' i . Rey-nol- ds s; y, e, &T-CHUKC- Luther M. Wilmore. HARDING WORRIES REPUBLICAN PRESS Louisville, '. ' 7 vv JR.?'-- . Ters. sat n Elbert Wbdten. ' From Missouri. " f Contined t romy 2d Page person inline We are glad to report that Mr. with the oldest county, Mrs. Esther Dohoriey, Geo., W. Dudley who has been on" the aids: list for the- - past whohas passed herel02nd birthimproving at this time, day, and listen to her talk awhile Ky.,., Sept. 8. :W.hole-soule-d and 'unrestricted support or! Warren G. Harding, the Republican candidate for president, is proving a trying effort for many Republican newspapers. With Senator Harding's attempt to substitute his own plan of world peace for the League of Nations, already subscribed- - to. by twenty-nin- e of the leading nations- of the world, the, majority of .Republican press finds severe . fault to' his In fact, we were glad to see everybody we had known before and to form newr acquaintances. Judge N. H. Moss, who has Everybody we visited did every:; charge of the hands in building thing possible to make us have a the pike on this end of the road good. time. ""' irom this place to Columbia, rewill always be signed his position a day or so Our trip back spot in our memory. ago for reasonfl gbest known to a bright my Un While there, I met-witJiiffiself. He has certainly done rftMcLary, of Trenton, ;a4ot of work on; the road, not cle John 'Withstendihg he has had no ma- -' Texas, whom I had not seen for ' .chiriery to 'work with. We do thirty-fou- r years, and who had who will succeed hjin, .been ,awy froor Adir county "t h - month is and is able to come down mill every day. On this point the Philadelphia Public Ledger, Republican, predicts that Senator Harding "will not arouse any Hv Franklin D. Roosevelt tremendous enthusiasm in this practical nation by rallying it to take, a noble stand on the rotted platform of the Hague Tribunal, the most pathetic failure in history." On the same question the St. Louis a Republican paper, disagrees with Harding In his attempt to prove that Poland's troubles .can be traced to the League o Nations. The League, It says, Is an experiment that Is entitled to every chance to make Globe-Democra- JirJ w '--'I SAM ELSEY' THE SIXGER. t, good. THE NEWS is $1.50 and $2.00 per year. Send in our subscription at once. "Poor old Marionette" soliloquizes the Philadelphia Record. "He has tried to straddle on the lsue of the League of Nations and Is clearly; doomed to a bad fall." The Ohio State Journal, RepubllctQ. asserts tnat gov, uox mases Htrontr casa In his slush fund harrr that cta't be auweced by ntre ' The following are.new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. Mrs inie WhJIs, Dr. J. J. Booker, ; , J. o Squires, L H JoLes, Kay Mont Senator J. C. W.BecJcHara gomery. Mr )ulia Baker, Margaret Lovett, Mrs. Lola Lovett, Mrt. Mag t: gie McCormack, Miss Martha Grissom.. For skin eruptions, rash, chafad W. P. Epperson. skin, prickly heat, chiggar.JbIte'3,"'and Dispoisonous insects, ajlird's. Quarterly Meetings, Columbia stings of appliSnow Liniment is an affective cation. 30c, 90c trict, Founn Round. SparksVillBj Hogafds, Sept. 8. and $1.20 per boVfleSo ''& PauUDru? Co. It heala quickfyvfeizes, by "d& ColumbtaTabor1, Sept. T. J. Wade, P. E. 18-19 yAj