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The Adair County news: November 3, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920110301_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: November 3, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXIV 5 ivxratr tJ 'I in COLUMBIA', KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY NOV . 3 1920. about 500,000 majority. Ohio also was carried by him by something like 250,000, Illinois and Indiana also fell into the Republican column, as well as New Jersey. Everything indicates that both Houses of Congress will be Republican. In this part of the courtry about all the comfort we get out of the election Is that Beckham and Gilbert have been elected. It is reported that Russell county gave a Republican majority of something close to 1,300; Casey county also gave a big majority to the Republicans. The Republicans of Adair are very jubilant over the general result, but regret exceedingly that King Swope was defeated. Next week we will be able to give a general and fuller report of the result. We talked to the Louisville Times at 8:20 this morning. The answer came that Beckham's majority in the State was 20,000 and Gilbert's in the Eighth district was 4,500. Bob Thomas, Democrat, was elected j tp Congress in the 'Third district, and Ben Johnson was' an easy winner inthe Fourth. The Democratic majority in the Statelis right at 20,000. Mr. NUMBER 2. stiling f rosfc here Saturday morning., rapidly Born, recently to the wife of Arnold, this place, a son. Three months good weather and the road will be completed. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, offers a valuable farm for sale, the propWe have heard of some old corn erty of Eld. J, Q Montgomery, in the selling at four dollars per barrel. News this week. Bead the descripMrs. Wm. Brockman, Absher, gave tion. birth to a still child on the 25 of OcCounty Clerk S. C Neat recently . tober. issued the following marriage licenses. The hunting season is approaching Joseph Abraham to Nora Loy; Rufus and sportsmen are getting their guns Dulworth to Yirgie Grant; W. H. ready. Rose to Alice Royse. Mr. J 6, Eubank is building anothMr. Geo. McKelvey, representing er room to his residence, on Water the Farmers' Union, spoke to a fair THE ELECTION News From the Nation Unfavorable for the Democrats. Heavy Vote Polled. Beckham is Returned to United States Senate. Majority being About 20,000. His FRANK CARNES KILLED A Bullet From A. W. Tarler's Re- volver Lays Him Low-Conflic- ting Statements as to the Shooting. Last Monday afternoon about 5 n o'clock, Frank Carries, a horse trader of this county, was shob and instantly killed by Mr. A. W. Tarter, Jailer of Adair county. There are conflicting statements as to the cause of the shooting-- and what took place before the shooting. well-know, Street, Another car load of wire fencing has last Sat: urday afternoon. He gave the farmaudience court-hous- e at the just beenlreceived rj.the. Davis ware Company. ; Hard- ers many valuable points. Mr. Cay Reece has purchased Mr. N. B. Kelsey's one half interest in . Fires feel very comfortable these grocery store which has been run late fall days, and overcoats and cloaks the over the firm name, Kelsey & Miller. are not burdensome. Mr. Reece is now at the. store. Mrs. Mark Corbln, who lives on Leighton Smythe, son of Mr. and Green river, has been dangerously ill, Mrs. Lem Smythe, had the misfortune but her condition has. improved to get his right arm broken the second While Irish potatoes are said to be time. He now carries it in a sling, plentiful in the county, they are add It will be several weeks before he can use it scarce on the market in this town. u - GILBERT DEFEATS KING SWj)PE IN THE EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT BY 4,500 j?t All MAJORITY. tat Mr. J. C. Strange grew some sword and Mr. Lia Tucker, a popular couple were married butter beans this season. He brought Roley, this county, a few dajs ago. one to the office that measured eleven in length and was two inches high. List your property with us for sale They are fine for the table. Mr or rent. hV Strange will gather ten gallons. Cravens & Neat, I Rv. Hart, of Greensburg, who fill 2 tf Real estate Dealers. ed the pulpic at the Presbyterian Our thanks are doer Mr. Robt. Rey- church last Sunday forenoon and evennolds for a sack' of very excellent ing, is a very entertaining minister pairs.' " They Were very much enjoyed. and'large audiences heard him. He Singing at Kellyvjlle the second speaks with force and clearness. Miss Edna Wethington the Precincts Heard From in Adair County but Three and it is Estimated that the Republican Majority will be about 750. i . HEAVY VOTE POLLED' IN we go tor ;Ernst-T-West THIS COUNTY. Columbia, press, and as the election returns, Bliss, 82; South Columbia, 218: are coming in slowly, we can on- Easts Columbia, 77; Hurt, ' 96; ly give a meager report. Enough North Columbia, 105; Milltown, has been heard, however, for us iOg Tarter 130; Gradyville, 177; It is necessary that 5; Games and some of his neighbors were on horseback and were riding oat Greensburg street, and were close to the scale lot when the fatal shot was received. This paper Is not in a position to give the acts for lack of information. We know that Carnes was killed, and those who were with him have made no statement in our presence and neither has Mr. Tarter. The grand jury of the Adair circuit court is now in session, and we take it that a thorough investigation will be made. The whole town, regrets the killing.. Carnes leaves a wife and baby, the child only a few months old. It is further said that he did not have a weapon upon him when searched, yet there are witnesses who say that ha shot at Tarter. Mr. Tarter surrendered to the thorities soon after the shooting. au- :c afternoon in this .month. It will be conducted by G. W. Pike and others. S.unday . Waiter inard Hurt, .son Hort eoE seriously injured while lift- few'daysagoT He is some better at this time of-Mr- Miss Annie Kblfley and Mr. W. G Chelf, Casey Cieek,' this county, were; is a married one day- - last week. It popular couple. The new school board, : elected last J'Jj (j ... Tuesday, will meet soon after being :sworn Id and wiUname a county school Superintendent, r Some say that quail are plentiful while others give a different opinion. JDetitbe as it may the sportsmen will be out in large numbers. MelsonvJSiag0:61,'TcHrmbnj! 18ft; GHnafork'," ?219; Montpeliergdl'p White Oak, 43; Ozark, 149; ,, Hallowe'en. ! Eunice, 71;Little (Me, 3LMnif- - sMill District, thisplace, died' last .use-fuleh 94; Hovious 24pRdley?sr32? Friday night. She was reared near The students; of Lindsey-Wilson- :' Hon. King "SwopS 'filled four apBreeding and had'been living a quiet Epy pferHB; ' 'EasttiCane; Valieyj: life pointments in ttfe" county last Wedin this place for the past five or had their annual frolic- withTtha 115rcWestf Cane 'Valldy; .101; six years.4' She leaves a husband and ghoBts, witches, gobbljnsjSetc., Friday. nesday, speakingr' Gradyville, Pur- proved tor.be a very ? dy, Knifley and Cane Valley. Total, 2500. ' several .children. She was quite an evening and every body settle and commence busi- turns of j'.i in Swope West' Columbia 55; aged .woman. Her .husband is in a f. We have listed with us .farms ,and ness They .were' all there from Politics in this ton has taken stating that the Republican mavery feeble condition.. town property for sale. Bliss, 82; South Columbia; 218; up the time of business and profesfrom No Mans Land to the jority is close to 750. This is Cravens & Neat, East Columbia; 81; Hurt, 98; Misses Eliza and Hattie Conover, gentleman and lady whohad come all sional men for (the last two months 2-250 less than the managers here Real estate Dealers and North Columbia, 106; Milltown, whojive at Mt. Pieasent, have rented the way from "Nebraska" for the cel .due time that the business claimed. The following is the 110, Tarter, Local Democratic speakers, men affairs of the city and county be look130, Gradyville, 177; Mr. H. N. Miller's cottage, now about ebration. completed, and will remove to it early connty with the Sparksville, 149; vote of Adair The'priz'effor the moit attractive, women filled appointments at a ed af ter.. Breeding, 111; ' in December. They never lived any disguise was won. by Miss Leona, three precincts named out: number of, places in Adair county the Melson Ridge. 59; Harmony, 178; The National election being over, it than the home they will Meadows, while for the most rldicn-lous lasb days and nights Of last week. Harding West Columbia, 54; Glensfork, 126; Montpelier, 12; where other is hoped that we will not hear politics vacate. They, are most excellent costume, the Iprize'went to Mr The largest vote' ev;er pojled in discussed another time this year. Bliss, 83; South Columbia, 218; White Oak, 220; Ozark, 110; young women and Columbia will be Charlie Long. For the best class Adair county was pulled off Tuesday. The people want a little rest The East Columbia, 79; Hurt,, 96; Eunice, H7; Little Cake, 212; glad to have them residents. "stunt" the prize was awarded thaBoth the Democrats and. Republicans race for Circuit Judge, Common- North Columbia, 105; Milltown, Freshman clas3. Knifley, 93; Hovious, 121; Roley, Many of the older people about Co were active during the entire day. wealth's Attorney, and all the county 106; Refreshments consisting of punch: Tarter, 130;; Gradyville 177; 165; Egypt, 125; East Cane Val- lumbi and out in the county offices will start a short time after ginger bread, apples and candy 'were' Sparksville, 149; B eeding, 111; ley, 198; W. Cane Valley, 103. Monday was county court and a Christmas. who spent his young large crowd was in Columbia. Many Melson Ridge, 60; Harmony, 178; Total. 3.136. yxWsC .x I I ekaanhoj)d In Columbia. News came served. i "" were here to"be informed as to their VLJC N5 from from Illinois, last week, where There will be a warm county elec- ,GIen3fork, 127; Montpelier, 112; Hallowe'en Party. Gilbert West Columbia, 102 r he had lived, since the close of the civil work on the following day,.. he elec- tion next yeaj. The fight for RepubWhite Oak. 220: Ozark. 110.: Bliss, 72; bouth Columbia, 154; war, that he was dead. ;He was a lican nominations will.be the princition . Oh Friday evening, Oct. 29th, Mrs-- W. Eunice, 117; Little Cake, 212; I East Columbia; 176; pal fight. We understand that there Hurt, 162; brother of Wrh. Baifey, of Taylor E. Myers, Mrs. Fred Myers and Mr. Robert Wethlngtfcti has reKnifley, 93:. Houious. 121; Roley, many will be as as four North Columbia, 107; Milltown, county, and Frank Bailey, this coun- ErosBarger entertained about fifty, moved from the HancOCk Apartment candidates County for Judge, 163; Egypt, 125; E. Cane Valley, 136; Tarter, 36; Gradyville, 49; ty, friends at the home of Mrs. W. R House to the residence own by several for Sheriff and for county and 197; W. Cane Valley, 102-T- ota), Sparksville, 61; Breeding, 149; Mr, G. E. Squires, a. former citizen Myers. The house was beautifully Murray, hear Mr. Brack Mas circuit clerk. 3,245. Melson Ridge 62; Harmony,189; of Adair county, writes us from his decorated, the- color' scheme being; ale's home. C Columbia, 102; Glensfork, 219; Montpelier, 41; home, Miami, Mo., that the Demo- yellow and black. Cox West The Standord Journal jays that PriMrs. Paul, a little wens Ghosts and vate Geo. T. Davis spent a week,speak-in- Bliss, 74; South Columbia, 154; White Oak 43; Ozark, 149 ; Eu crats of his State are alive, and that . Walter Jeanes, died withW& at Pic- very much In evidence. Two ghosts in Lincoln county in the interest East Columbia, 178; Hurt, 165; its vote will be in the Cox column. nice, 71; Little Cake 131;Kmfle county, a fe days ag. There served cider from a jug. i ;nic, this of the Democratic ticket. It further North Columbia; 109; Milltown, 92; Hovious, 24; RoIey,13; Egypt He hopes, that all the Democratic were quite a number "bY cases in that says that large crowds jnen?nd The old witch told the fortune oC women of Adair county will vote on women 139; Tarter, 36; Gradyville, 49 115; East Cane Valley, 114; West neighborhood. . ' were present at each appointment,and the day of election. He enclosed 85.C0 ekch guest anjl many. Hallowe'en J; i say that he is not only a pleasing Sparksville, 61; Breeding, 149; Cang Valley, 100. Total, 2,581. for The News,' and said keep it a com- games enjoyed. n order to keep theMighfc plant in they .. , i ..wi. The out of town, guests were Mrs. Melson Ridge, 61; Harmony, 189; . speaker, but a convincing one. j The three missing precints will ing. ittnjni ng" oraer, iu manager suouia Cora Berry, of Ashley, 111., Mr. anA Glensfork, 220; Montpelier, 41; make some changes in the counfSGow the plan of former contractors Roy Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. for Sale. White Pak, 43; Ozark, 149; ty vote, but as above stated the If your child eats ravenously at Mrs. -- inave a mamto.go over the lines ev- R. A. Myers pf Mohticello. Eunice, 71; Litile Cake, 41; Republican majority in Adair times and at other times has no appe erliiay before nlgfit.. tite at all, lookout for worms. White's Delicious refreshments were served;, in the Mulligan ad- Knifley, 94; Hovious, 24; JRoley, will be close to 750 votes. Three town-lot- s "'who is an uir9 Crem Yermifuge is the remedy 'to dition to1 Columbia1: Good.;well on lot 132; Egypt, SCATTERING. There's a world of satkfectioiL to Grady ville, in Vatiey. 100; usa. It. clears them oat. Price, 35c, i' jey, il4We8t Cn OVMM . ; fNo.ir y ":-:-s- to announce that the National deDemocratic ticket has-be- en Monday the Republicans with two. feated. The Democrats, both speakers, occupied the courthouse, Cue of the speakers was a woman men and women, fought gallant The Democratic speaker occupied the ly throughout the day, but the steps in West corner.. Both sides had were: outnumbered and and cheering was long lost to the Republicans' and loud. in the National contest. We get First Guaranty State Bank of Qua- - some glory out of the ght by nah, Texas, the institutions that Mr. electing Senator J. C. W. Beck-. ."v" . J. D Hughes, formerly of this place. nam .by apout. twenty tnousana si is connected with, is Sin a vory prosand Judge Ralph Gilbert to Con perous condition. The September' gress fromthG Eighth district statement shows the resources $1,1? ' by something like, four thousand. 093.62 Liabilities, the same!" "In our riSxtidssuexwesrwill be It will not be but a short tlmeWtfl: able to telf hW bfefcrjinches; the show windows of Columbia will be of the next Congress: wiJUatand groaming with Christmas. .Goods '?s:' Many people have already, made up politically. tmin? rvfiv atva.tt? inoT.v their minds as to some articles .they TVAi Wl.,OMaH'VWJJlW: l, will purchase. Select something As we write- rthre precincts of that the recipient can keep,is our this county, havfenbtdrjeportedr-Kelfcne- r, advice. Iellyton and Nell but Nqw, that the election is over, let we are warranted from the reconse-quent- ly good-hearings- ,- .- 1 r ... 9 Spar&mlle, 149; Breeding, HI; Melsdn Ridge, 60; Harmony 178; Glensfork, 126; Montpelier, 112; White Oak, 220; Ozark. ll6; IT; Little Cake, 212, Eunice, Knifley 93fHoviou3,' t21; Roley, Cane Val- leoj 198; West 102; Total 3063: Beckhem We3t Columbia.103; Bliss, 73; South Columbia 154; 1 Cane-Valle- y, East Columbia, 176; Hurt, 164; North Columbia 108; Milltown, 139fsTarter, 36; Gradyville, 49; StfakayilUglOf; Breeding,r.l49; ' . Harr'lson'met with a very serious accident last. Tuesday afternoon. He was . razing and old barn for Mr, N. MjTuttand fell through the loft. His head! struck a jolce, cutting a very ugly;and;deep gash over his left eye. He wasbrought to lives in Lebanon.. town and a physician closed up the wound. V Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton, Mrv .Presby- arid Mrs. Claud WI11I3 and Mr. and.-MrCommunion service at the F. A. Hamilton, have removed, terian church' jthe second Sunday in month; 'Be. Hart, of Greens- from Ohio to New York State. The? tnfa burg, who ihas been employed to purchased a farm and have located on preach' heres one fl$iinday in each it. All the parties are former Columbia,. Mrs. Paul Ham-Utomonth, willrifiil the pulpit on tne very learned being a daughter of Mr. anaf econd Sunday He is a minister and ttaconuiuinity is invit- Mrs. W. I. Ingrim, and Mr. Claud" Willis a son of Mr! and Mrs. O. P: ed to hear him. j;j?9 4 , . Willis. .. u: Mrs. Isham Scottfpwho' lived in the E M. The bedstead upon which R. A. C.. Martin, was laid out on, who was cashier of the Bank of Columbia, and s who was murdered in the bank by Boys and Youhgers on the 29th day of April, 1872, left Adair county last Friday for Lebanon. It was pur chased by Mr. T. P. Jeffries, and his. Widow gave it to her daughter, whef the-Jame- s resi--den- tsof n, - - . -- twenty-fivjprecinc- ts '. m . - ths-spoo- ks tf It-i-s . s . remem-ber'AustinJBall- ey Mr-Albl- n - som-ofsMrjfan- Jack-olanter- ns g " . Allen-wauce- r, K te-Jth- e tomggijtkat IvSfc.'- i; mth&3 . hS at le . sstTIps h -n ' A.-- - ji progrtaslng- - . : Eawiance'Hadlay.xCroCas; :Ky; Totl;T2580; : "r : New YorteState gave Harding Sold byPaull Drug Co. -- . AdT., in being satisfied , ,:.V Y -. WAr J ayS J- "?? 5.;ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - - : KFGR, PALESTINE! SHIPS Zionist Official Appeals for Volunteer Workers. Are Neoeteary for the Basic Reconstruction of the Jewish National 10,-00- GUIDED f0WN DIED CENTURIES? AG(X 0 NOW BY "EARS" Listening Devices in Hulls Tell Channel Route Into New York Harbor. -- Segovia, in Spain, Has Signs of Life Only Pa'rt of One Day of Each Week. j -- Jerusalem. Ten thousand volunteers, chosen from veterans of the world war, the Jewish Legion, and CAN TELL EXACT LOCATION Skilled workmen, to enlist at once for 18 months' service In a Jewish Indus-tria-l army In Palestine, are necessary Sound Waves Emitted by Energized for the basic reconstruction work of Cable Laid in Center of Channel the Jewish national homeland, accordAre Picked Up by ing to Bernard A. Rosenblatt, presion Vessels. dent of the American Zion commonwealth, who Is now In Palestine in the New York. The principle of "folinterests of "Balfourla," the colony of low the green line" used successfully the American Zion commonwealth. by the management of New York's Mr. Rosenblatt recommends a regu- subway system In handling crowds at lar army organization with a general ' staff of three which, as a Jewish In- congested transfer points, has been adopted dustrial commission, will supervise to ships In a measure to Insure safety at sea crowded harthe work of the Jewish labor army In bors. Instead around visible "green of a rebuilding the Holy Land. line," per"Our biggest task, once the call is fected however, a device has been whereby vessels seeking their Issued for volunteers, will be In sift- way into harbor In thick weather can ing out the applicants and determinfollow with safety a submerged and ing upon the 10,000 to go," he said. They could all be occupied in the one energized wire. In the outer reaches of New York task of building houses for future Immigrants. The army should work only harbor, where deep water meets shoals, there begins a marine passage)h land belonging to the Jewish nation, lands secured from the Palestine way known as Ambrose channel. This government, from the Jewish national channel leads up through the Narfund, the American Zion common- rows Into the Inner harbor and to the wealth or other agencies of the Zion- docks, and In this channel the guiding cable has been laid. Ships properly ist organization." In addition to the construction of equipped to take advantage of Its houses, he points out that such an guiding powers can follow it through army would be busied in preparing any kind of weather with the same land for immediate settlement, irriga- dogree of assurance as can the passenger who seeks to make his way tion, afforestration, sanitation and from Grand Central terminal to Times worjcs necessary for the square. ) aa&igpi&vxtr.. of Industry an3 commerce. " .jjfae, nucleus Guides by Sound Waves. for gucfr an Industrial ann Is already In Palestine in the The device consists of a cable 16 operative groups, working on the miles lpng Jold In the center of the ifei JSF'J11 national fund and channel. It is energized with an alternating current from the shore, that Is developing tl&LHl the first colony of the Ameri- jjhlps to take advantage of It must can Zion commonwealth," he con- be equipped with audlphones or listencluded. "I am convinced after two ing devices attached to the hull. Apvisits to Palestine that only through proaching the channel, the sound such a huge disciplined Jewish labor waves emitted by the cable' can be reconquer heard for some distance, and the Inwe Srmy, will our be able to of creasing or decreasing strengthpf the forefathers." sound enables the ship to b Rteered until It is right over the source. "MARY 0' THE MINT" It Is then a simple matter to follow its course through the dredged channel despite storm or fog, which would make the marking buoys Invisible tend to confuse the warning notes of automatic bell and whistle markers. Can .Tell Exact Location. This cable Is but an additional protection for shipping entering American ports. It supplements the radio compass installed and operated by the naval communications service now In successful use all along the Atlantic coast. By the compass ships can ascertain their exact position in any kind of weather. Another protection recently tried out by the navy department is a machine for determining depth of water and proximity of other ships through the readings of sounds from the propellers reflected back from the bottom or near-bAudi-phones -or-w- ould ' Homeland. Segovia Is a dead city of Spain. There are dead towns in this country which both lived and died within half a century, and few that are much more than a century old. But Segovia died centuries ago, and it is as old as civilization In Europe. The Romans built Segovia. It stands on a rocky ridge between two swift rivers a compact little city of narrow streets and old stone houses crowded together. A mighty aqueduct, which was built by the Romans, still brings the city Its water supply from Segovia, the Guadarrama mountains. high and narrow on its ridge, lies like a great ship in the plain, moored by Its aqueduct to the distant mountains. Segovia is a city of deserted Long ago It lay In a sort churches. of contested land between the region held by the Moors and that held by the Christians. Sometimes one held it and sometimes the other. Both built churches there. Now Segovia has lost so much of Its population that most of these churches stand empty, despite the fact that Spain is a pious land. Some of them have been locked for centuries, and only the bats know the secrets of their dark Interiors, where neither sound nor sunlight has been for so long. Others have attendants who W"' open their doors to the curious. Once a week Segovia awakens. Peasants come to the city from all the surrounding country. They are primitive people who look like figures from the middle ages. There Is laughter and color in the streets then. Bells" ring and a few of the churches open their doors to worshipers. But by sunset all of the peasants are gone and Segovia goes to sleep for another DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store ' AH Dealer In kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness and Farming Implements. A carefully selected stock of - Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Oils. A Tinware, Wagon, Paints Full Line of Farm Impliments '' We Also Handle Auto Supplies We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our line wees. i.,., EASY WAY TO CLEAN CLOCK Wool Small Piece of Kerosene-Soake- d Placed in Case Will Gather DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries Old Stand Dust Particles. y bodies. SUNDAY BASEBALL GETS JOLT Women Control Jewett, Tex., and lence Diamond Struggles on Si- When a clock stops it Is a mistake to suppose that it must at once be taken to the workshop for repairs. In most cases clocks cease running be171 cause of the accumulation of dust particles which clogs the bearings. It is not even needful to take the clock to pieces to clean it if a simple plan Is followed which will be found to work very well. Soak a piece of cotton wool In kerosene and place this In a small saucer, a canister lid, or anything similar. Then put this in the case of the clock under the works. Close up, and at the end of 24 hours, examine the cotton wool. It will be found to be covered with black specks; these are Veterinary Surgeon and Deniisl s of a the dust particles brought down by the fumes of the kerosene. Wind the clock Special attention iven Disease Domestic Animals up and It will start away again. Where the works of the clock are in an in- Office at Re . .t,. 3 1 mile of own, op closed case a few drops of kerosene road should be poured through the small hole which is present in the metal covering. Turn the clock about a while so Columbia, Ky. that the kerosene Is distributed and after an Interval it is extremely likely that the works will commence their At Louisville, Col. Wm. L. normal operations again. Scientific American. Jacobs 66, superintendent of the Phone Columbia Kentucky. L. H. Jones Sabbath. Jewett, Texas. In Jewett, Texas, where the women rule not only the home but also the city, there will be no more Sunday baseball. Every city officer of Jewett, with thp exception of the chief of police, Is a woman, each having been elected last April when the husbands, paying they were disgusted with office, dared the women to oppose them. The women did, with the result that they won out in the voting. w The congregation of the Methodist church recently passed a resolution against Sunday baseball. All of the municipal commission, Including the mayor also a woman are members of the church. That settled Sunday baseball. Learn the Art of Life. Life is so full of beautiful stories that it is inconceivable that there should be any need of fiction or any other form of art. Life itself Is an art and requires artists to live it. There are few of these and that may account for written art Miss Mar O of assistant director of the United States mint In the absence of the director, she has charge of the manufacture of gold and eflyer coins. Approximately 700,000,-06- 6 y coins pass through her hands year. She receives a salary of only $2,400 annually. office ev-r- an to Keillj Is the first wom- hold) the the-membe- rs MAN, 80, ADOPTS WIDOW, 52 .Wealthy Sea Captain Rewards Woman Who Nursed Him Through " '3 Pneumonia, , 1 New York. As a reward for the 'J care and attention she showed him J Won Race With Playful when he was dangerously ill with Dog Carrying Dynamite J pneumonia, Arthur H. Clark, a forf mer sea captain and hale and hearty ' Peter O'Brien, a turtle hunter despite his eighty years, adopted Mrs. ' of Lancaster, O., won a half-mil- e J J Habelle E. Fowle, fifty-twand whose dash in record time, in a speed t Jiome Is Newburyportr Mass. Mr. burst with Pedro, his dog, In J Clark is manager emeritus of Lloyd's i whose mouth was a stick of t ' and reputed wealthy. . dynamite, with the fuse burning. J Mrs. Fowle Is a widow and quite 4 When Peter applied a match i J comely and through the adoption proto a stick of dynamite and threw ceedings now becomes Mabelle Fowle J it into a creek, Pedro thought Clark. While in Massachusetts last his master was playing with him f gprlng Captain Clark was taken with and jumped into the water and pneumonia. Mrs. Fowle was called caught the sputtering stick in t In to attend him, and mainly through his mouth. , ' her efforts the old man was brought When he began to swim back t back to health, after his life had been toward Peter, the latter began despaired of. It Is believed that In t a marathon home, half a mile t gratitude he decided to adopt her and t away. Pedro ran fast, but Peter tnus make her the chief heir to his .' ran faster, and Just as he en- - t fortune. t tered his house there was a ter-- J rifle explosion. Now a ten-foiJ 'J . Estate Left Young Girl. r liuie 1U llic luau uiatiu) uc ina f Eedding, Cal. A scribbled note on J where Pedro once ran. a scrap of paper has been accepted In court as the will of Gustav Wester-hola jnarlne engineer, leaving all Two Matadors Horned. . his property, valued at several hund Barcelona. Matador Correal who dollars, to Jessie Llmon, dred schoolgirl of Areata. The had previously been wounded while girl works after school hours at an ifightlng a bull, struck a bone with his 'Areata hotel, and her diligence so im- sword and fell on the animal's horns. pressed Westerholm, who stopped JHe was tossed and received a deep there one night, that he left his es- wound. Matador Arequipeno also was horned severely. tate to her. i -o, ot of their antipathies make life an art. There was cobbler friend of ours, poor, honest, witty, a philosopher and withal handsome. He had a wonderfully gifted, beautiful sister and she married a forceful "plute," who was devoted to her and whom she loved as truly as she loved her brother, the shoemaker. The shoemaker was a leader in a radical reform movement; the plute was the leader of the opposition. The shoemaker disdained any sort of financial help from his brother-in-law, but being an old bachelor, lived In the plute's house, sharing a happy family life. There was never a discordant word uttered, because these three tacitly avoided topics on which they did not agree. They knew the People who can live on the plane of their agreements and avoid the plane city workhouse under Mayor Buschmeyer.Jwas assaulted and terribly beaten" Monday by two or three men,0who, five years ago, swore they would "get revenge" if it took a life time. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am" permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. All wh a9 w V ' I r 1 Work Guaranteed art of life. Chicago News. Grateful Carlo. In Kentucky three men were shot to death in a fight about a dog which one of them had killed. Some men never live long enough to learn that when a dog becomes personal property the tie of pride and affection nfakes the animal a serious proposi- Office: next door to post office LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, Piano and ! If your child eats ravenously at times and at other times has no appetite at all, look out for worms. White's Cream Vermifuge is the remedy to use. It clears them out. Price, 35c. tion to be trifled with, and that many Adv. Co. men were born to love dogs. This re- Sold by PauirDrug minds us thai in the happy days of boyhood our most faithful and deNotice. voted friend was an old pointer named Carlo. Never did we eat a lunch The Tax Books are now in my hands, out of doors without sharing it with noble and the taxes are due, come in and the devoted Carlo, and that and loving dog invariably manifested settle same at once, the sooner paid, his gratitude by shaking himself vig- the better for both you and the Sherorously and letting us In a reciprocal iff. way have about 50 per cent of his Cortez Sanders, Sheri, most active fleas. New Orleans iVoice. Athletics under a trained athlets. Wholesome environment, Stud ent body of high moral character. Rates $18G.00a year. Catagogue upon request. R. Y Bennett, B. A. Principal. YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED That-las- t States. 43-- tf Adair County, Ky. year's suit or dress can be made to appear like a Send Via Parcel Post. New One. t! fifteen-year-ol- WraDDed in an old newspaper Not a Fixed Opinion. Lawyer Cexamining prospective Jur the body of a boy baby, just or in criminal case) Mr. Juror, have was found by Will Jackyou any fixed opinion as to the guilt born, or Innocence of the accused? son, negro, employed at the (emphatically) Naw, I ain't Juror water works. get no doubt but the guy's guilty, but they ain't nobody fixed me. -- 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (Incorporated) Louisville, Ky. . - Pa-duc- ah Read the "Ads" in (The News. jfc, fc,''ttllk- - SBt"! ADIR COUNTY NEWS -- 3 5 BARTER IN AUSTRIA Gasoline Subsiite. iHedium0fExchangeias5apeji Crowns Lose Value. Peasant Demands Something More Valuable Than Paper Currency for His Products. v$entgasoiine is tjm possibility of the nextfew years, according to one authority, who says that investigations in all parts of the world have demonstrated that adequate quanities of pure gasoline bpdrocarbons no longer exist. e He believes that that the welfare of the motor industry depends upon the perfection of an engine capable of economic transmission of power direct from crude petroleum or a light efficient storage battery. If the price of gasoline becomes prohibitive it is probable that there are other solutions of the problem besides the two advanced by this expert. Something to take its place which will not necessitate the abandonment of the millions of motors now in nse would seem the most likely development Scientist have long prophesied that a method of producing for this purpose gives promise of ultimate success. The internal combustion motor is too esential a part of our scheme of things to permit its being rendered useless. Seventy-five-cengasoline will hasten the development of a substitute mark the undoing of all the automotive progress that has been made in the last quarter century. Toledo Blade. al-ch- f ff; BIG am ? . . V vspiHSWBr v !&.!? STOCK OF CLOTHING 9 9 9 tt Vienna. Only Americans of a generation ago who traded farm products at the crossroads store for everything from shoes to sugar can realize the fut-turextent of barter In Austria today. With the country flooded with cheap money, the peasants' stockings and bank accounts fat with currency and legislation Impending for a compulsory levy on fortunes, the paper crown virtually Is spurned by those who produce the necessities of life- For eggs or butter, cheese or white flour, fat geese and ducks, pork prodn ucts and all the things that th city dweller must do wiSTo'ut, the peasant wants something more valuable than the paper constantly turned out by the banks. Prodigious offers of crowns fall where a linen shirt, silk stockings (even much darned), rugs, musical Instruments, shoes and such things bring results. The story of how the bourgeoisie and poor nobility of Vienna have parted with their wardrobes and furniture, their pianos and carpets, for food, has been often told. Now everyone Is getting back to first principles In trade. Visiting a retired officer In his little country place the correspondent saw It work. The officer could not pay 500 crowns a pair for gloves for a wife and' three daughters. But he hadtliree roebuck hides from the animals he had shot this season. He exchanged them for two dressed hides. The village glover made them Into gloves, taking In payment cider, mutton and some veal from the little farm. Then came the problem of stockings, almost unpurchasable In Austria. There were 11 sheep grazing on the place. Sheared they yielded enough wool to exchange for yarn sufficient to knit the family hosiery for the coming winter; Chasing Death. The apple crop of this tiny estate has been mortgaged for grain to a neighbor who has no fruit and the miller will take his pay In toll. Would you feel aggrieved if The host who entertained In the little cottage now his home, filled with we were to tell you that you are American and English periodicals, chasing death every day in the once trod the quarter deck of his own cruiser. A uniform stripped of orna- year? ments and recut in civilian style is But you are we all are for his best suit Xns-trlaAustro-Hungarlan now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. supplies daily. I have air immense stock and receiving new. I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this line, call at once. ... - ,J ?e- - & t "- - SHOES! SHOES!! I ol M . I stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. bought them 9 9 9 9 9 can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in' shoes. ts i i a BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them this is a death chasing age in which we live. t Farmer, 17 Children, 0 0 Has Funds in 8 Banks 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 We are rushing through life at too rapid a speed in our efforts to keep pace with a galloping 0 0 world. 0 0 4 The beacon light which we 0 4 0 0 0 f follow is glaring, blinding and 0 4 0 blighting. It is the light of gold 0 t 0 0 0 4 and more gold. 0 4 4 t It fascinates, and charms and 0 0 0 0 0 4 demoralizes its victims until 0 0 0 0 manly resistence to its sinister 0 0 0 0 4 0 influences vanishes in our crav0 4 0 ing for the inordinate pleasures J V 0 0 0 which wealth alone can give. 0 0 0 4 0 0 We stunt our bodies, stultify 4 4 0 4 our minds, and peril our souls in 0 0 4 4 0 4 our insatiate greed for more. 0 0 4 The pace we travel is one- - of 0 0 4 0 4 madness, and the beacon we fol4 4 4 0 low is lighted by the hand of 0 4 0 0 premature death. 0 4 t Life and the power to think ZULUS HONOR LORD BUXTON and act were given to us for a purpose, but that purpose was Give British not one destructive to mind, and Express Affection and Esteem. j body, and soul. Durban, South Africa. The chief of The vitality within our human the Zulu nation, his ringed headmen and many minor chiefs, recently as- frames is limited and when we sembled in the courthouse at Maritz-bur- strain it beyond the point of and delivered speeches of affection and esteem for Lord Sidney wisdom we pass the pinnacle of Charles Buxton, retiring governor existence and enter upon the degeneral of South Africa, and Lady Buxton, who accompanied him on the cline of life farewell visit. There was an enthusiBy defying the laws of nature astic demonstration. The courthouse was packed with we bring death immeasurably Zulus, some of them In frock coats and wearing medals received for nearer by acts wholly our own. bravery in the war, but others, also The beacon light is golden, wearing medals, were clad only In the but it draws us steadily onward primitive Zulu fashion. The governor general thanked the and downward. 0 0 high-price- d Sunbury, Pa. With seventeen children in his family, Delmar F. Campbell, a farmer In Lower Augusta township, Northumberland county, has money In eight banks. He testified to that amazing fact before Judge Cummlngs In defense of a suit his wife brought for an accounting of farm Income during the last twelve years. He declared under oath that he paid all the taxes on the place, clothed and fed the family and paid for property Improvements. Law yers say the bank deposits total more than $16,000. The Campbells have been married more than thirty years. For several years they have lived In the same house and eaten at the same table, but do not speak. Husband and wife have each lawyers, employed and. inasmuch as both sides will have to take their expenses out of the family fund, no matter who wins, both must lose, one of the lawyers said. 0 t i i t i t i at living prices. Rid- ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. "r WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Swelled Head. On Long Hike. tnBBBDaaaBBiia Accept lot ed with the importance of a good male bird. Charges that a number of Kentucky oil men were operating fraudulently have been quashed in a number of courts, it having been found that their operations were legitimate. Recent experiments have developed the fact that glas3 sand is obtainable around Pine Knott, in large quantities and has been proven most suitable for the manufacture of the trans parent materials. 0 Governor-Gener- al g Nell Walker, of Boston, Mass., "Im delighted to see wages going up and up. It's a splendid a walker by name and nature,, thing as long as swollen pocket-swolle- n who has been in declining health for several months, decided that books don't make a long hike would be beneficial heads." The speaker was Lardy Duff and started out on a walking trip from Boston to the Western Gordon. She went on: "I heard a story the other day coast some few weeks ago. After about a man who brougt a couple a long hike of some 1,000 miles, of friends home from the club she arrived in Springfield Monand sent down word to the day afternoon, dressed in a plain cook that he'd like a few eheese walking suit, heavy shoes and khaki hat. From her general sandwitches. "The maid who carried the appearance her long walk has message returned in a few min- been a great benefit. After an inspection of our fast city, Miss utes and said: "The cook wishes me to tell walker proceeded on her long you, sir, that she can't be dis- trip westward. turbed, as she is giving a small She averages abont 20 miles after-theatsupper party and is each day and spends the night in very busy cutting up the lobsters the oxgen,which,she stated, was the most beneficial part of her and opening the wine." health trip. Springfield Sun. If the bowels do not act regularly, -er No Substitutes Thedford's BLACK-DRAUG- HT g m Purely Vegetable fl 1 Liver Medicine 1 F.9 SflflBflBflBBBBBB Poultry Notes. Zulus for their excellent behavior ing the war. Aged 72, Cycles Long Way. dur- Blair, l(eb. John Warner, seventy-tw- o years old, of San Diego, Cal., who visiting friends here, has just comla pleted a bicycle trip from California. "VVhen he found himself near the mark,and in poor -year-old health, he took up bicycling as a recreation and as a restorative of health, and ias ridden more than 30,000 miles on the bicycle on which he. made the Now is the time to get in your enough for him to remember without undergoing the hardship Journey to "Blair. says he feels ten years younger winter supply of coal before bad He i without being reminded. of insufficient gasoline. tftpn ie did ten years before ha be- seventyds . assist them with an occasional dose of Busty nail wounds, festering soies, turkeys, blackhead is the most Heroine It is a good bowel tonic and burns and scalds heal rapidly when laxat.ive. Price 60c. Sold by Paull Liquid fiorozone is applied It is destructive. Rubbed into the skin for rheuma Drug Co. Adv. both antiseptic and. healing. Price, Mites multiply more rapidly in tism, neuralgia, contracted muscles, 30c, 60c, and $120. Sold by Paull warm weather, so that war sprains or lameness, Ballard's Snow The pathway of honor lies in Drug Co. Adv should be made on them now. Liniment goes right through the flesh front of every man, but he can to the bone, easing pain and removing With this year's wheat crop Be sure that the early hatched expect others to be continthe cause. It is a powerful pain re- not only two-thiras large as that pullets on which you are dependlief. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and 81.20 ually pointing it out for him. of last year, it hardly seems pos- ing for winter eggs are making per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug Co. . '. c a 1 Don't teii your nusDana you sible that the plain people will steady growth. Adv. told him so." It's galling be able to buy sufficient bread When we consider the fact The permits of 24 Louisville physicians to 'prescribe whisky Mites help to keep cost of eggs for medicinal purposes, were revoked by State Prohibition Dihigh. rector James Combs. There is no room for poor birds on the farm. Because Phillips had broken Heat is the .great enemy of up his home, J. B- - Murray eggs, both fertile and infertile. Evansville, Ind., shot and killed Of the infectious diseases of Howard Phillips, owner of- - a bakery.. A field hospital for Winchester is now being planned, with a n physinumber of cians at the head of the movement.. well-know- An explosion and fire in the Tongue Chan coal mine in Chi Li province killed upward of 400 Chinese laborers Thursday. -- that the cock is the sire of tfce'pnctiet. weather. so GIVE US THAT NEXT' JOBmany birds we may be impress OUR. WORK is.up-to-date- ;- - ratter THE ADAIR COTOTI, flBWi AJUU1YLV 11 "''fc SRW3WertKfflHHBfeSlwWBBSiwlS3''ftT' vTj . . V 4TUttli;-- , B -- JUpntpeller. iHeJnvgraveymrd rear at.ji'-- . t u svzszxrffjsr wmw zmr,r t X. v tm h iJ a jrh 'i iTht mi g06m m rxuiV m m ; ' ii Jioiisehold-ficne- ; from-ournMi8neLJin rid4d,. A light Js :Mr. K.iWvBeU ecently-sold r, about 60 acres of his farm to A voice we loved is still t Colam6i2n Kentucky-- , A place is vacant in our home; j Messrs. J. O.JReece and Martin TVhlch,never can be t filled. - Editor if E. MURRBLL,' Rowe.' This land joins Mr. We miss ?; the jes we miss thee, VfiS. DAISY HAMLBTT. - - - Mgr Reece's farm and is a valuable We miss thy loving face, addition to hislfarm. No matter who is present Democratic nvwipapvx devoted to the Intereri Theie's none to till jour place. Messdames. G. A. Bradshaw theCltyof Cohunblnl th pcpl of Adair tsd adjoining eonntli. y 5v and W. C. Grider, each of whom We miss thee jes we miss thee: A morning noon and night had the misfortune of falling and ColumbaLPort-oHJcsecond Xntered at the here and everywhere; is fracturing a,: leg bone, we are We miss theeface so bright. mill matter. Thy sunny Aft 'tjt v glad to report slowly recovering. l Wo miss thefi yes we miss thee t r Uncle Charlie Rowe has been But in heaven thou are at rest-NNOV;; 31920. WED. ranted the custodv of. the f angel there is brighter No County poor farm for the Among the pure and blest Subscription Price 1st and.'2nd Postal Zone f Adair .SO per yer. Brittle Webb, ensuing year. We do? not think AH Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perlyear Glensfork, Ey. A Subscription due and Payable In'Advance the Fiscal court could have made a wiser choice, as Mr. Rowe is a Up And Out. conscientious superintendant. Hundreds of thousands of bushels of corn will be burned in All work on the farm is careInsistent demands for , anin- Nebraska tbid winter as fuel. fully done. crease in wages continue to be- "The reason given is the high Mr. Will Murrah who has been made from time to time, but we ,p,rjce.of coal and the abundance in the west for about 20 years, fear the people who make" them of corn. It looks like a sin' to is visiting his sisters, Miss Rhet-ti- e do not stop to count the ultimate " tfse'it for that purpose. and Via Murrah. cost of. their demands. Mr. Jackson, editor of the Wages and salaries in this - The most exciting campaign Lexing- country are high now very ever waged in the United States Kentucky Union Farmer, closed Tuesday. The Democrats ton, addressed Ithe members of high.- This fact, coupled with the exI'M. were handycapped for the lack the Farmer's Union Local at this place on the' 26th. V cessive cost jot raw materials of expense, money for the camWith the exception of the" makep the prodyctiofl.of-- finish paign, but they put up a gallant "K fight, against millions of money. wheat crop never did Dame Na ed,article-.- 5 yjpry? expenBiveprd-?position- r v f,r ture pour out' to the farmer from, ttj i- jRepublicans will be in her lavish home so bountiously " BegWdleSs 'The "'?f. 'of this expense, 13 country after the as she has thiB .year. The fruit " charge of the we" nave "a ijarge foreign trade, ettfi 4th of March. Every body will and garden vegetable crop es- - because ;" countries just 10J other wail patiently to see what they pecially have been immense. 8T.0R goods. now..jmust ave our 'will do with it. We predict that In point of quality and quantiK some day not far hence the League of Nations will be ty fruit and vegetable grown in, m Europe will be fevdveririgjfrom adopted py the National Congress this section are the equal of any her war paralysis, "her internal and they will say "we did it." section east of the Mississippi. Phone 12 affairs will become adjusted, and Next' Door to The Adair County New Office. But the most regretable part is she will be producing these same On March the 4, 1921, the 4 that for want of canning clubs to articles herself. The cost of lareigns of this, government will Out MT teach our wive's and daughters bor will be mnch less than here, be in the hands 0 another Preshow to preserve and for want of and r&w materials will probably ident. It is hoped that he will proper storage systems and co- cost no more. give to this country a sane ad- operative marketing it nearly all When that time comes .Europe .ministration; that he will not goes to waste and within a few will produce these articles at a look and act in the interest of a weeks from now as usual the cost far below ours, and the rest political party, but for the en-back yards of farm houses will of the world will buy where they tire nation. begin to fill up with empty cans can get the goods at the lowest Discussing politics on the from the grocery and we shall be prices. street should not be indulged in. paying 5 cents each for little Then what will become of our Jt never makes a vote, but it knotty apples shipped from the extensive foreign trade? often drives kindly feelings, to Pacific coast. Beforp trying to boost labor "that of dislike, and there is no Obituary. and other costs still higher it good reason for it. If you are might be well to think of the fixed in your political views On Tuesday Oct., the 26. 1920, after effeets "when an election comes, vote When Henry Ford set about building the Fordson tractor he had It is quite possible to go up in - your sentiments and then look the death angel visited the home a, thorough understanding of just what it should be and what it should of F. P. Strange, this place and price and out of a job. after your business. do. His early life on the farm gave him a deep insight into the daily claimed for its victim his loving life of the farmer; his mechanical genius saw the type of tractor needAfter this week when you see companion, Mrs. Mary Ann PUT FIGHTING ed. He began work on a farm tractor thirty-fiv- e years ago, and for a group of men on the square Straage. She had been a sufferQUALITIES IN C--i more than twelve years he experimented over more than 7,000 acres gesticulating, you will know that er for several months with a of land in different kinds of soil, with different crops. Jhey are not discussing politics. complication of diseases, all was YOUR BLOOD So he built the Fordson. It is so simple that a schoolboy can Politics ohave been killed for done that loving hands and phyoperate it. It is low in first cost. It is lowest in operating cost and awhile. Aboutlall there is in sicians could do but to no avail. If You Are Pale and WeaK. Without Fordson parts and Fordson service are always to be had promptly from politics in this day and time is, She was born Dec. 4, 1864, died from the dealer. Ambition, You Need a that the outs are trying to oust- Oct. 26, 1920, making her 56 The Fordson is a profitable investment. Tonic ed the ins. They are some times years, 10 months and 22 days It can be used every working day m the year. It is an inexpensive power plant successful, it matters not how old. She was a faithful memthat will lighten your farm work. It has. TAKING justly, and how economically the ber of the Christian church. Be- TRY proven its worth on more than one hunoutgoing officer has conducted sides the husband she leaves four dred thousand farms not only in" operatRich, Red Blood Fights Off Diseases ing implements in the fields but in belt the affairs of the position he children to mourn their loss, one and pully work. And It dosent eat and Keeps You Weil and Enables when idle. having preceded her to the Yon to Work With Pleasure. Don't delay ordering your. Fordson grave many years ago. She was Tractor. The demand is greater than One of the most logicol, the a loving companion and mother the supply. Serious sickness often comes when most forceful speeches delivered and was loved by all who knew you least suspect. You may feel a in Columbia, during the camYou haven't been her. To know her was to love little on paign, wss the address of Mrs. exposed to contagion, yet all of a sudher. She will not only be missed 8 INCORPORATED. den you are Tat on your back and in Sam Henning, of Louisville, last by her husband and children, but Ketucky. Columbia, for a siege of sickness. Friday afternoon. She was in by the entire community in Your blood did not have fighting accord with all the principles of which she lived. I would say to qualities. It ' was weak and thin. the Democratic party, and the.sorrowing husband and child- Your vitality and powers of resistance was she clear on the OT ren weep not as those who have were low. League of Nations. She is a When you overdo you use up energy no hope, for she is a Bhinning Sold at any drug store. But be, are expert gymnasts and every cash prizes to the foreman and daughter of Gen: Basil Duke, Your blood is driven to do more than angel around Gods eternal throne sure.you get the genuine it can. It becomes clogged with deceased, and a niece of Gen. barrack has a gymnasium. laborers who most distinguish and is waiting and watching for waste. The waste acts like poison. "Gude's." Ask for it by the V John H. Morgan. Her DemoAmong the aborigines of the themselves in its cultivation. her loved ones to come join her Disease germs get in your blood and name and be sure the full name, cracy was bred in the bone, and is on the Andaman islands skulls of rela"Guder where there will be no. more sad dominate. Cull Lumber for Sale. a delight iri enunciatehe'takes tives are worn around the neck. package. Advertisemen6. yourself get partings, but where all is peace Don't let ing the principles of said party. Spain is building the largest 82.00 per hundredt at my mill in CoTake that good tonic, and happiness. Around theWorid. Her address certainly pleased Elsey Young. It makes rich, red blood that will reconcrete ships in the world, one lumbia, y The funeral services were con- sist and rout out disease germs. every body in the audience. Al cold is easier to catch than of 6,000 tons having been launchWarned ducted by Bro. Guinn at the is widely and heartH always skin Christian;hurch after which the ily endorsed "by physicians. It is ef- a husband. But there are thou- ed recently. Benevolence is t A whiteiglrlto wort In small family cold. fective and easy to take. Comes in To encourage cotton raising in Writeiorcall'MraLawrence Pickjrtt, to rest be- either liquid or tablet form. Both sands of cures for a 'deep. Sometimes it reaches as remains were laid Nearly all Japanese soldiers Spain the government- - will give Cofumbia, Ky. ip$" neath a bank of flowers at the have the same effect. far as the pocketbook. ,ai.: r.,v -- T . evJs - herel-IThci- f r.i' - .- -- z .i-i v -r- r A A A(ii A A&A AA AMAA c.""rvK'piinBvwBBv irri AA A AA AAAAAAA -r . -- '? - "' -. 5gg E v- - iT "JBs- - -- - - '-;w nil -m ft -- e -- 'Y 1 If I o STORE . OF ; QUALim I Men and Boys clothing Hats, Caps etc.f Ladies Dress Goods and tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. A .- a a , ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft '' r.-- ft ft ft ftftftftftgftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftftftftft "" ft ft ft ft Progress Range :Stoviim ft ft ft ft ft ft Albin Murray: i' ft olumbia, Kentuxky. ft ft ft t.tr ft ft "" CARPELS, RUGS and FURMijllliiP t ft t Fords oiv Farm Tractor -- m PEPTO-MANGA- N. I over-tire- d. The Buchanan-Ly- Co. Pepto-Manga- n Pepto-Mangan- ," run-dow- n Pepto-Manga- n. Pepto-Manga- n " -- & tr ADAIR eOUJJTY NEWS ., -- t, j- - ' 'lif HtVttffriKf VBttHHIlfKtfk 'fflfflSyttliltfCTWlfMfKlKflK jt5bJ v ss - m I x Coffee Down 3iff3 Aim .4 - Kev. 1 B rv o Mont gomery's AND ' to- Fine 120 Acre Hanging Fork Farm m O'Piigjrim Rid 1 G. -- es. - 15'c.r - TlJ m m Monarch (SaMos) ' Live Stock, Farrming Implements, iCorn, Hay, House- hold Goods, Etc. i " OVFRSTREET'S j 11 - " m " 9 ..SI"" 5c. jj Hi RUSSELL 5 CO PERSONAL Mr. I R.-- A. ft Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 10 a. m: Sharp. ' -V j&T PUBLIC AUCTION ,x "w On The Premises ' Located-F- ive MOTlliMiMSM SiMSiSi!!liSii!!ii! J. F. Triplet's condition is Myers, of Monti-cell- o, practically unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. ) Sir. J. S. Snow, Burkesville, was in Columbia a few days ago. Mr. T. F. Durham, Danville, was in olumbla a few days ago. 3ffar T. A.. Sheridan, Cincinnati, had business in this place recently. e '3!r. C. A. Bell, of RedVick, county, was here last Friday. Mrs. L. G. McCllster was reported, last week a victim $f appendicitis. fr. Edward Hamlet, will leave to morrow to spend a week in Danville. .Mr. J. W. GilmoreLexington.made a business trip to Columbia last week. Mr. F. M. Jackson, Versailles, had business in Columbia a few days since. Messrs. Ernest Campbell and R W. Creelsboro, were here last Fri day. ! Met-Cilf- were here a few days ago. Mr. Harlan Shaw, who has been employed in Virginia, is at home for a short time. Mr. R G. Willis, who has been at Akron. Ohio, for some time, it to cast his suffrage. Mr. L B. Hurt, who is employed by the Bassett Lumber Company, Monti-cellcame home to vote. Mr, o, Robert M. Grissom, of Elida, Mr. G. A. Roy, Lexington was in this community a day or two last J week. Mr. G. A. Roy, Lexington, was in this community weak. Mr. a day or two last -- Hugh Sharp was here from Louisville Sunday, en route to James town. Mr. R. J. Lyon, Campbellsville, Mr. D. E Hatcher, Sr., the well made a business trip to Columbia last known shoeman, who' knows nearly Wednesday. every body in Adair county, was in Mr. W. J. Tucker and wife, Camp this vicinity a few days ago, selling bellsville, were at the Jeffries Hotel a shoes and shaking hands with his few days ago. many friends. Mr. A. A. Holladay, who has been Mr. Simon Dunbar, who makes his In Colorado for several months, rehome in the State of Washington, is turned home last Sunday. visiting his relatives in Columbia and Mr. L. O. Taylor never fails to be out in the county. He was here, on a on time. He arrlyed from Frankfort visit, fourteen years ago. He is a son Monday and voted Tuesday. of Mrs. Mary Dunbar. Sullivan, wife and little Mr. V. Mr. Chelcle Barger nas accepted a daughter, Cecil left here Friday, to position at Corbin and left for that spend a few days in Louisville. point this morning. His wife will Mrs. Omeria Jeffries left Friday follow in a short time. It is an exmorning-- , to spend the winter with her cellent young couple and we take daughter, who reside at Rockledge, pleasure in commending them to -- the z' Ga, residents of Corbin. kvMr. Bruce Montgomery, Assistant Mrs. Robt. Caldwell, sister of Mr. Cashier of the First National Bank, N. T. Mercer, who went tc a Louismade a business trip to Louisville last ville sanatorum some weeks ago for week. treatment, has gone tb'Albequerque, Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Oma Goode New Mexico, in company with her and Robt. Bordefs, all of Campbells- husband, where they will spend the ville. .were over a few days ago, taking winter. It is hoped that the change r , will prove beneficial. orders. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Diddle, of i n Miss Anna Mildred Chandler, Adairville, spent a portion of last in Columbia, where she ha a week with relatives and friends in j number of relatives, whose home is in Adair county. Hillsboro, Texas, is slowly recovering Mr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsville, from an operation for appendicitis, , called upon his customers here last though she is not out of danger. Her ek. He represents a Louisville friends and relatives here would be wholesale house. glad to receive a more favorable reMr. G. R. Turpen was called to port. Louisville last Wednesday, having received r6rd that his daughter, Mrs. Died Near Esto. W. H.. Eubank, was very sick. New Mexico, arrived Saturday night, to be at the bedside of his cousin, Dr. write, C. E. Smith, Garlin Grissom. Font Hill, Ky, Mr. Walter Tarter, having been discharged from the service of the Farm Wanted. United States, is now at the home of his parents, this place. He served Wanted to hear from owner of farm seven years. or good land for sale, worth the price Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of asked. L. C Jones, Appeals, arrived from Frankfort the Box 551, Olney. 111. latter part of last week, and on TuesArmy Goods. day following he cast he srffrage for the Democratic ticket. We have most anything you call for Mrs. Alfred Murrell has been afflicted for the past week. It in the army line now and it will pay ' is more than likely that she will have you to supplyyour needs early. We to go to a hospital, for an operation as also have a nice line of mens, women and children shoes. soon as she is able to make the trip, seri-ous- ly from the residence. Easily accessible tcrL & N. and Southern Railrways. Lies rolling .whichte characteristic of Hanging Fork land. But no stronger or more productive land" made b.ylthe'CreaiQr of the Universe About 70 acres in timothy and blue grass, 3 acres vin bottom land been in blue grass for for 40 years, balance in corn, tobacco and ect. Surrounded?' the best of o. o : TT - "' to school and church. Well ..ui,u hir ftTTO ninls....... o ayrjugs, nanglDg iJOrK ecu .. ,. mi UJ liiotciuB, Improvemei )ne and one half story frame sesidence six rooms, two panrry and cellar. Good tobacco and stock barn combined including a tin ft. shedon one side' Gas Given. , ice house and all other necessary outbuildinors. CirnharA An raT &V We, the right size farm and "a money maker. s? ., I am now prepared to give gafor j i v mc oam umc k;i..'ii? we sn it auu pmce i wiu.sen ior tne HitiH DOLLAR without reserve i' painless extraction of teeth. 42h limit therfollowingfpersonarprORefty for G. J. OVERSTREET, who will make Ohio his Dr. H. W. De of his live stock, farming implements, hay, corn, household goods ect Ti milk cows three Jersey to be fresh in December, January an IV.ST0C& Snow Storm. Vi Spring, two niceyearlingheiferMo calve in spring, one good yearling bull black, one pair .ear old hors mules and extra good team, one 4 year old mare mule, 98 head of hogs 5U of which win There was a snow storm at Picnic, weigh 160 lbs., 6 good brOod sows, one thorough bred spotted Poland China boar, 20 or 30 nice m to Adaitcounty,last Thursday night It 100 lbs." shoats and "s6me smalF pigs. ;J ' lasted about 10 minutes, and a gentle.Farming toolsx-O- ne Brbwn riding cultivator,' one Kentucky wheat drill, one tonguele cfsc man who witne'ssed it says-.- he never harrov?, j)4ne new corn planter, one McCormickmower, one Deering hinder, one donble phW" shovel saw it com? ppwn fasterin the winter. one five tooth plow, one new wagon and bed, sprlngf seat, hay frame, gravel bed, good slide, shovelp forks, hoes, diggers, tampers, one good-anew buggy with brand new tires and set of harnesB two Wanted sets waggon harness, one good saddle, briddles, Ford touring car 1916 model in good running, cr.ier To buy a good Jersey milk cow and tires almost new. - HangmsFork, eightmiles from Danville and eight miles from Uustonville. miles from Stanford and McCormack'a Turnpike and. right on the famous four good pikeaviHibte npio-hhnr- a ..-- . jt-- -- -- t;, 4 -- ll " br-bid- future-home-A- ll & Figd , s About 350 bales good hmolhy hay, 130 or 140 barrels of Eood com, 140 shocks of fodder, some straw etc. Household goods consuting of bed room suits, dining room sets, book case, chifforobe. rockers, oil carpets, straw matting, one Sharpless cream separator, one old time bed, two crocheted counterpanes, and other pieces of crochet, one gooa range cook stove, cabinet table, one new heating stove, and lots of other things too numerous lo mention. l ms gooa tarm is a splendid producer and will always pay a big dividend on your dollar invested. No better land miywiioc man i tanging i uiis. imu. meei us mere on sale day, WturNEiSDAY, NOV. 17th at 10 a. m. and buy u HOME you will be proud to own. Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. For full particulars see, write or phone, either Rev. J. Q. Montgomery, Liberty, Ky., or G. J. Overstreet, on the farm FEED Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, KX Dinwiddie J. the Block. Col. B. or on Paid List. The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. Miss Laura Smythe, D. E Hatcher, R L Durham, H. G. Wilson, A. T. Lowe, Rev. Leslie J. B, Smith, "Rev. W C Christie, Mrs S. L. Kinnaird, Mrs. Jas. Menzies, Mrs. G. T. Flowers, Sr., Mrs. Mollie Nell, G. R Squires, J. N Nation, C A. Phelps, JoRosen-baum- , Olie Taylor, S. D. Gadberry, Haggard. Lula T G. Rasner&Son. Died at Gienvilie. 5 Reasons Wh You Should Visit Our Office -- the wife of Frank Strange, died near Gienvilie last Tuesday night. She was a daughter of Chesley Cabbell, and was about fifty-tw- o years old. The remains were interred Wednesday afternoon, a Mrs Strange, who was A And Trade With Us. 1st. number of relatives and friends being present. Notice to all Because you know us. 5nd. 3rd. and Own- ers )f Army Overcoats. We are prepared to have your over- Light Plant Destroyed. the Real Estate Business. 4th. 5th. Because we have had 9 years' experience in - is - of the Monticelio Light dyed, pressed and new buttons Plant, owned by W. R Myers & Son, coats put on at prices that will interest you. run by water power, was destroyed by fire last Saturday night The part Do it now before cold weather. t T. G. xtasner & Son. that is being run by an engine was not damaged, and the town is not Big Rally. without lights. Mr. L. B Hurt, who is employed at Monticelio, says the Singers of Lebanon and Campbells- fire occurred while he was en route to ville will be at the Methodist church, this place. It is hoped that the comthis place, next Sunday afternoon at 3 pany has not sustained a very heavy o'clock. Besides the singing a Bible loss. Later. Loss, 34,000, no" insurInstitute will be organized. The com- ance. 2-i- That part Because we know Marion County Values. Because we take care of the farmer and. the farmer's interest. Because we loan you money to help finance any farm that you buy from us. THE C, W. HAGAN AGENCY;. LEBANON, KY. Phorie25. ' Cooper Building. well-know- pany has an excellent program and all who will attend will be entertained. People living out of town are cordially invited. An Sent to LaKeland. Mr. Jas. W. Marshall, one of the best men in the Glenvillecouutry, was adjudged of unsound mind last Thursday afternoon and was sent to Lakeland. His mind has been gradually growing worse for three years. His many Adair county friends would be glad if his mind could be restored, as he js a very useful man. He is 56 years old. C. W. Hagan. There is plenty of water in Russell creek and has been for several days, ajid the plant is making very acceptable lights, the bulbs shinning all over town nightly. This we are glad to report. Furthermore, the engine is again in commission, so we are informed, which is also good news. We hope Mr. Smith will na,t again be annoyed by mishaps, and that his pat- R. M. Spalding:- Mr. Jim Frank Reynolds, one of good farmers and a splendid Announcement. our Mr.'T. H. Beecham, wife and -- little Last Saturday night week Mrs. son, Ben, and little daughter, Mary, Lebanon, visited relatives here last Newton Bryant, who lived near Esto, week. Beecnam is a daughter of Mrs. Bussell county, died after a long She was 72 years old, and was a ", , Omeria Jeffries. woman who had many friends in the Mrs. Uina Denver, who li employed in thejDeaconess Hospital Louisville, neighborhood, where she spent many that years of her life 'The funeral and in havingweceived her diploma-Xroinstitution, spent last geek with her termentwaa at'Mt: Pleasant Church, ster, Mr Lena Pull. a goodly number of friends attending. ill-ne- Z. Wheat announces marriage of her daughter, Virginthe ia Sampson, to Mr. Harold Daniel Finley, Vice Consul United States, on Wednesday, October 20, 1920, San Antonio, Texas. Their mailing address is care Director of Consula Service, Washington, D. G. The bride is Mrs. Wheat's youngest daughter and was born after her parents removed from Columbia to Texas. Her mother will be remembered here, before her mar-- , riage, as Miss Vlrgie Sampson. t The father of the bride, Mr. Jo Z. WJieat, died many years ago. Mrs. Joseph On the same day Ruf us M. Hayes, rons and the town board are satisfied. of Sparksville, was also adjudged and v was sent to Lakeland. He is fifty-fou- r gift, also, was appreciated. Foxes Wanted. years old. are also indebted to Mr. E. jr Mr. Marshall leaves a wife and a Greys ' $N5.00'each for a remembrance. lot of "children, but fortunately, they Reds $7.00 each N are all grown. See Miss Julia Eubank's new W. S. HODGEN, supply '- Mr- - Hays also leaves a family. Campbellsville, Ky. of hats and trimmings. citrzen, knowing that The News pot but Httle of the delightful things to eat, sent us, last Saturday, a collection oJas fine apples as ever grew In old Adair. We enjoyed them and we want to assure Mr. Reynolds that we are truly thankful At the same time Mr. jy H. Young, knowing that we wer found of good chew, brought us ia a. couple of hands of splendid tobaccot-This l&- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WEST IS MAGNET FOR IMMIGRANTS Majority of Ellis Island Arrivals Drawn to Industrial Centers fay Higher Wages. 3B1SH- PLACING CROWN ON PAGODA Solemn Ceremony at Mandalay, That Attracted Crowds of the Devout A curious festival was held not long ago in Mandalay, the chief town of I Burma. A new pagoda dedicated to the Buddhist religion was to be completed by the placing of a huge crown or thl 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 Slam. Warriors from ETatschin, Sorcerers from Mot and people from other places made a medley of languages 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 thl, 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 Indo-China, (PMWPWaMkiMI SCHOOL DAYS w yOU don't useasmuch jL It has more than ordinary Calumet most other Baking Powders. of Calumet as you do of ifc - GO TO NORTHWEST Women and Children Predominate Work Increased by New LawsGov-- , eming Aliens Europe Loath to Let Them Go. New York. The stream of iinmlgra-- p n flowing through Ellis Island has Ik-- n noticeably deflected from New tSork city to inland centers during the la t twelve months, and oflicials give tl n as one explanation for the fact tl r the city's 1920 census was only It's sold at a that repsaving. resents another You don't feel uncertain as to results. Bakings never moderate price leavening strength. You save about half. You don'tpay a big price for fail because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of "Best by Test." .S.r:i,i2i instead of the 6,100,000 tL -- liiclal statistics regarding the desti-eion of arriving aliens are sent to TV' hIngton to be tabulated and digest-For this reason destination figures the last twelve months were not a i!:ihle. One who most closely pvntrhos alien arrivals Is J. F. Iiowe, off".-! money changer. He Is quick notice any unusual movement In the n: e' :r h i flow f immigration. the Manufacturing Centers. Rowe asserted that money for Immigrants whose destination Xew York city does not amount to per cent of the amount exchanged for those giving other parts as their ". 1 o r-l 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. It ity ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only such ingredients as have been offi- lual- - Calumet GoldCako Recipe Yolks of 8 eggs; lkjcupa of granulated sugar, cup of water, V2 cup of butter; ZVz cups pastry Hour, 3 level teaspoons Calumet Baking; Powder. 1 tablespoon of vanilla. Then mix in the regu cially endorsed by United States Food Authorities. WORK OF SPONGE GATHERERS Divers Go to Great Depths to Collect Them From the Rocks to Which They Are Fxed. m Is History Repeating? I Something Good For You, Spending this Christmas will be done on a farily liberal scale; and there is no particular reason why it should not be so. Times are prosperous, money is plentiful, happiness is every where, and nobody feels disposed to be either a miser or a grouch. We have some good stores in this town. Their owners have grown up in our midst and have grown up in our midst and have helped to make the community what it is a good place to live. They have a reputation for fair dealing, and they live up to the reputation they have earned. The columns of this paper will be advertising goods extensively during the holiday trade, and many a choice bargain will be found among those ads. We ask you to read Chem each week. The wise personnever goes abroad for what can be had just as well at home. The sure way js always the safe way, and you are sure of what you get from the home dealer. For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full of Baking Powder plants. . is important that you use only straight wheat flour (not flour) and pure baking powder if you wish to obtain the gluten de manded by sound health. Jd- viiia tion. "In former years," said Mr. Rowe, ' migrants poured into New York :i'v by the hundreds of thousands. JTl v are now going to manufacturing centers such as Pittsburgh, Detroit au.l Akron, Ohio, or to the coal and Iron mining regions. I "For the most part those arriving &ere now were in America before the wsir, and are acquainted with the country and attracted to sections where the ibest wages are paid. Before the war :& majority of the arrivals had only jhnzy Ideas as to where they were or what wages they were to receive. j "Another Interesting fact Is the change of location of some of the races. Not so many years ago most ,of ttie Irish arrivals flowed Into Massachusetts or scattered along the North jAtlantlc seaboard. Now they are going "into Oregon. It Is noticeable, too, that more aliens are going to California tli-m ever before." In January 24,000 aliens arrived fteiv; February, 22,000; March, 29,000; April, 36,000; May, 40,000, and in June xip to and Including the 19th, 31,000. Superintendent Baker of Ellis Island all this innii'zration was made up .tnostly of woimui. children and returning reservist-- . These latter are mostly Italians, tind the figures for this anouth will show that most of those who left America to fight for Italy !iao returned. Passports Hard to Get. , The fact that no great number of snale aliens Is .arriving here does not imean a lack of desire to come to America, the immigration officials say. Bather It- means that European governments are not willing to further deplete the male adult population by allowing it to er.iigrate. The Intending emigrant is finding It difficult to get passporK under the new Immigration laws. Also ship accommodations are harder to obtain. TJeforc the war from four to five thousand aliens arrived at this port each day, or about 150,000 a month. Notwithstanding the falling off in arrivals, however. Superintendent Baker .said the work probably Increased. This is because of the changes In the law. 2?or only do arriving aliens have to pass examinations as to moral and .physical fitness, but they must pass a. literacy test and be armed with passports vised by the American consular agent nearest their home and Indorsed by the American authority at the port of embarkation. Under amendments to the law certain persons are now exempt from the literacy test and all of these must be detained to prove that they are en. -go-anz Sponges are of many qualities, but the most highly prized Is that of Syria, with a cupllke shape and a yellowish pale color, which Is found In a number of varieties. The large sponge fisheries are situated along the seashores of Greece, Syria and of certain parts of the Adriatic, as well as along the Tripoli and Tunisian seashores. The fishing of sponges Is effected by divers who are let down from a boat to depths of 10, 20 and sometimes 25 meters, and pull the sponges from the rocks to which they are fired. Some sponge fishermen use a long trident, but this system Is fortunately falling Into disuse, since it d spoils the sponges. In fishing grounds the gathering of sponges Is effected by divers provided with diving bells or dressed in cork better-equippe- jackets. Upon being gathered the sponges are squeezed, beaten and washed in order to rid them of their black coating and soft substance which gives them a very characteristic chlorine odor. When they begin to whiten they ar subjected to a frequently renewed solution of sulphuric acid. Why Go to College? know a young Yale graduate In I Philadelphia who Is now convinced Hint a college education is a bar to wealth. "Girard" writes In the Phil- -- - adelphia Press. He is a clever electrician and got a Job after leaving Yale which paid him $30 a week. In his new place he came In contact with an uneducated' foreman who tried to persuade the college lad to "turn a day laborer and Join the union." He was assured that In a fortnight he could get $60 a week. The young son of Eli stuck to his electrical Job and when wiring a building In Philadelphia a boss painter told him he could get. double the $30 a week he was then getting If he took up the paint brush. Do you wonder that this youth who holds his Yale sheepskin Is puzzled In figuring out Just how a college education pays him? Weary of the Thought of War. The Imperial war museum at the Crystal, palace In London has been almost entirely deserted. There Is a lot to be seen under the great glass roof, but few persons are sufficiently interested to make a visit The long avenues of armaments are seldom visited. Among 200 or 300 visitors on one day there were only two private soldiers. Their opinion was: "It Is mournful, gloomy and uninspiring." Mali representative who A Daily made a tour of the exhibition found that the majority of the people ra garded the display In the same light as the soldiers. A war widow and her d daughter, with the knowledge of how "father died," shed tears In front of the Warsplte exhibits and then walked slowly out of the building. It was a pathetic incident that moved other visitors. But It was sixteen-year-ol- titled to exemption. Again, many wom- en and children are coming to relatives .here, and these must be detained until :such relationship Is proved. I Mother Found. Two Children Playing With Blacksnake J Missing her two children, Mrs. George Mend of Susquehanna, 4 f Pa.f located them in a field near- - t by. Her son was 4 astride a blacksnake more than t J three feet in length, and his sis- - J t ier, Viiauys, uiree years oia, was t striking .the snake on the head ' four-year-o-ld only one of Its kind. , .$' ; IF t with a switch. t . The youngsters were laughing, and the woman said the snake seemed to be contented. The t reptile glided away at sight of t t the mother. ' We-syoung" -- have just celebrated their sixty-nint- h wedding anniversary. Jones don't give tobacco credit for hlslong life, but admits that he has osed It all his life. ".Work and regular habits have 'Sept he says. Long Wedded Life. sEaton, O., George Jones, and his wife, Hannah, ninety-thre- e, e, eighty-fiv- ot about $6,000. the Husquarna factories In Sweden, have been making an annual saving of 400 tons of coke for several years by utilizing surplus power. A hydraulic station supplied elece fatric power, and, as cilities are lacking, the electric generators continue to run at night, the current proSuced being turned Into account for heating the 44,000 gallons of water In a large subterranean tank. During the daytime tfce hot water Is circulated In the heating system of the establishment The shops thus get sufficient heat for their day except, during the very coldest .weather, and then the original uncalled upon for auxiliary service. water-storag12-ho- ur nt Big Saving in Heating Power. With a first cost for heating plant Are the days of Sodom and Gomarrah returning? Are our great American cities becoming so wicked they must be overthrown before they can be cleansed? Newspaper men in our metropolitan centers of population are defatigable news gathers. Their ''nose for news" has been sharpened and developed to the point where they have become the keenest detectives in the world. They are exposing rottenness and corruption to an extent that is appalling to all decent and self respecting people. of all the stories If they print are true the more populous sections of all this country are a hotbed of financial filth and a mire of moral debauchery. When sworn officers of the law are "unable" to detect crime the newspaper men go out, dig it up, and exposes it in the columns of their papers. But unfortunately the reporter is not a policeman, and neither is he a court or jury. He cannot arrest, prosecute, or sentence. And others do not in the most flagrant cases. It is the old, old story of protected vice and corruption running rampant and defying all law, order and decency. If you have a son or a daughter whose welfare you value, keep him or her away from the big city. The smite of the deadly rattlesnake is no more dangerous than the streets where the bright lights burn and the hellhounds lu k for their unwary prey. The country town may be small and dull, but it is clean and wholesome. It is a better place in which to live than the modern Sodom or Gomorrah. Lancaster Record. one-ten- th strength aa the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, most Sanitary and Modern a self-risin- It g larway. STORE! 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 needjfor WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & Hubbiich Bros. Wellendorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street A. F. SCOTT DEALER IN One of the BestStores of Louisville, Ky. GARFORD TRUCKS 3h AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, Mite loeieKaeK; h 2, Colun bia Barber Shop 5K SEE SSJ LOY 6 A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. LOWE X & m W A Sanitary Shop, when, both Satlsfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. IHHHMHHHWII Do Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ! You. 9 If your bowels do not act regularly, the bagger this condition exists the worse you feel. To put an end to the misery, take Herbine. lb purifies the bowels, restores energy and cheerful spirits. Price. 60c. Sold by Eaull Adv Drug Co. you feel uncomfortable, and i Bourke Cochran the great New York orator spoke for the Demo-prafiticket in- Louisville last week. V. .- Wash your teeth, feet, and ears regularly? Keep your windows always open? - . Play each day? t Carry a clean handkerchief? deeply through your . Breath nose when outside? Eat. food slowly? Rest after eating? - Drink plenty of water between meals?. Get out of bed at once when awaken? Sleep ori your right side? If not, perhaps that is the cause of you -ill-heal- th. "Let the Women Do It." can adjust themselves to their new station in political life. In this country there ar,e large Will they lead in the voting orvi numbers of men wher are too la- the future? zy, or indifferent, or too greedy Will they put the to man to shame? in the accumulation of "wealth go to the polls and vote to pay We have faith in the willingthe debt they owe to their coun- ness of all good women to do try. that which is for the best. they are good citThey think Voting is a secured duty. izens, but many other people Women are not shirkers. think they are not. Men sometimes are. Women have always forged to the front in all good work, and The Protestant ministers at unquestionably they will take up Fadncah by unanimous vote their newly acquired burdens of have declared against Sunday, citizenship as rapidly &3 they base ball in the city and county. stay-at-no-- jr -- 3ft- v-- " Vf -, 'R-KV- Tfc. --. f-':- ADAffi COUNTY NEWS' zsr&&. ,T j : everything! v ift Lite News Notes? -- Henry Ford's Wisdeni. O OF KS G Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized c and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. . - Pains Woke A. Pasquale, the "crank" in A short tim& ago Henry Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, BTiifbrd, III., got rid oi her ills. ''During...! was awfully weak . . . My pains were terrific. I thought I would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower .. fart of my stomach .was felt as if life for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. Louisville, Ky. 1 16 .Incorporated Cait Hatkci Street' Between First and Brook ing the Birthday One evening, while readAlma- nac, "he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try. mature announcements of some of them. Dr. Wellington Koo, Chinese minister to the United States, was secretly married to the Countess Wittingham of England. One boy was killed and two seriously injured at Louisville when a C. & 0. train crashed into a; truck they were driving. of the American Federation of Labor, i9 backing Gov. Cox in the latter's statements regarding union labor. Students at GreenBboro, N. G, cheered Gov. Cox when'he appeared there so vociferously they interrupted his speaking. Rev, Albert S. Menaugh, self-confessed the Coughlin baby kidnaping announced the establishment of in the streets of Norway aftert case, is soon to be given a trial. a Ford Technical Institute for dark. His testimony is doubted. the purpose of giving superior Teak, during the reign of the Witnesses in the alleged whis- educational advantages to 75,-0- Burmese kings, was the royal' ky ring in -- Chicago are said to employees of the Ford plant. wood, and the kind had a right have been "lost." owintr to Dre- The Institute will have univer- to all teak. 00 i' W Chlldren Ford Items of Interest. ' -- i are not allowed onir sity rank, and in addition to some of the rudiments of education, there will be technical instruction in mechanical, electri cal and chemical engineering. Th Institute is to be open without charge to Mr. Ford's employees. Once more, this peer of all If a horse ate as much as caterpiller, & TAKE - President Gompers, INSURANCE In All Its Branches A CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Burglary Coverage-Aut- Fire--Lif- e Casualty Windstorm ( Parcel Post Hail Acreage and Surety omobile Bonds. "The Service Columbia Agency' ' Kentucky "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate,' adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself thank God am once more hale and nearly, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. Gos- "TALKING MaCHlNES 9 With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attach- Take Cardui BH 1.82 ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workmanship and construction. Speaking of Names. Guy Ham is short but appetiz- ing. And how does Hickory Clubb strike you? I Columbia, B. YOTTJSra, "JEWELER" . Kentucky. I &fc&l$&&& - - s aeeeaese as HAIL as In Field - aePHOKaefeKaoK FIRE In Barn Policy Protects . Eleven Blairs in Whitesburg Lodge No, 652, Whitesburg. G. Washington Goforth makes one think of patriotism. James H. Jeffries belongs to Bell Lodge No. 691, at Pineville. Leslfe Fishball, a true Kenas tucky brother sounds good enough to eat. i Thomas Large and ' Samuel as as Little both belong to the same Masonic lodge. fi v as as as as as as as One4 Insurance Fourteen Ratliffs hold mem- every Minute - as ae as 2 Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE as as as as S .'.?. as .as as as Styx." IN bership in Thos. C. Cecil Lodge No. 375, at Pikeville. Elijah P. Schwartzenholder, nationality unknown at present, quite exhausts the alphapet. Luke Drye and Wm. J. Rye, are members of the same lodge, and they live away down in "The embezhen, Ind., zler, was freed on a technicality upon being given a hearing there in the courts. A St. Louis doctor says al resiWK5 dents of big cities acquire tuberculosis germs before they reach StJisT. XSn.a - - m.r middle age and he warns against CSCS kissing. Charles McCallon Alexander, cm. r 14 ":. v inMHt.ro b an evangelist, known throughout the world, is dead at his home at ji nk TODAY Pe W Jg zv totally b Birmingham, Ala. Sold by Paull Drug Company. The United States department mmm of agriculture warms housewives Think in Time, against the use of a preservative of canning compound in A word of caution even to the home canning. wisest is not amiss at times. One woman was killed and The season is approaching four men badly hurt when a when all people will be making motorcycle collided with an au their Christmas purchases. tomobile at Youngstown, Ohio. The fact that money ha3 been Mor.e than 64,000 women regplentiful for the past few years istered in Cincinnati, a greater has not removed the element of number than was anticipated by caution from our home people, leaders of either party. and neither has it blunted their Kentucky coal and lumber desire for economy. business said to have increased Caution dictates that we buy more than 70 per cent during from a house that is known for the past two years. its honesty and its willingness to A plot was discovered to blow guarantee the quality of its up the home of the mayor of De- goods. troit. Economy requires that qualSix women have been removed ity be proportionate to price. from the Chicago Board of City The home dealer is known to Directors. you. He can not afford to sell A man caused a sensation at you a shoddy or inferior article Lexington by drinking the black because it would come backlo contents uf a bottle on the him. He cannot afford to gouge stre ets ' 'licorice. ' ' you becaose it would put him out of business. Both his honor and his business safety compell him KBHHHHHnHHBMHHH I Business Phone Res. hono to give you a square deal. E-To- wn American business men has demonstrated his wisdom. He does big things in a big way. Not long ago, when the rail and coal situations were both acute, Henry Ford just bought for himself a coal mine or two, in Eastern Kentucky and then bought a railroad to get the coal to his plant. Now, working in an entirely different direction, he proposes to give his men the benefits of university training, and without cost. A man who can grasp big problems like these deserves to, and will succeed. News ?, &i&MWknkim sf v- - fi J fy; r j-- KO'T r a m in proportion to its' size, it would consume a ton of? hay every 24 hours. Operated by an eloctric battery-anmagnets, a clock hs neeru invented that runs for two year& without attention. In the British Isles women are? not allowed to vote at parliamentary elections until they the age of 30. Former bearers of Austrian titles are prohibited from using: their rank of nobility. They become just plain Mr. and Mrs. The housing situation is so acute in England the discarded busses are. being utilized for housekeeping by small families At Hungarian weddingp, silver coins are thrown into a plate until it is cracked the money? going to the newlyweds. The seeds of the tobacco are so minute that a thimbl- tnE will furnish enough plant for nearly an acre of ground. The wet flat lands of Ecuador produce a vine yielding n rait which when dried, formB st sponge superior to animal sponges. have-reache- int: - Holland is covered with willow trees, and the great dikes of the country are made stronger by the network formed by the roots. In Petrograd the fare for half an hour's ride in a taxicab is 2,- -. 000 roubles, which is aquivalenfc of nearly $1,000 in American money. The wives of Siamese noblemen cut their hair so th3t it: stands straight on their heads. The average length is about ons inch and a half. Up to January 1, 1919. Germany had 27,637 airplanes h war. Records shows that 1.072,-95- 7 bombs were dropped by -- these machines. A new wheeled table for zer-vimaals in hotel rooms keeps the food warm as long a3 desired in an oven beneath the top, that is heated by hot brick. Although Liberia was foundecT and colonized by Americans, the use of British money, weights' and measures has always prevailed in the negro republic. ng 13-- B. 13-- A Dr. J. N Murrell -- Think this over before the rush is on. People who think twice bea fore they buy once seldom make a mistake. A DENTISTejtt W. T. PRICE, as as All Kinds of Agent , Columbia, Kentucky. fs In a membership of thirty-seve- n Craycraft Lodge No 652, N; 7 v at Barefoot post office, there are N.V 7K ten Wagoners. many as twelve Brother Nunus Tiave membership in James F. Keel Lodge No. 320, at Center, Metcalfe County. As Twenty-fiv- e -- Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BU'd. Time for Everything. UP STAIRS. There's a time to part and a Insurance COLUMBIA, KY as asasasasasasasasas asasasasasas asasasasasasasasas; Earl Roop, a farmer near Lansper cent of the ing-, Mich., confessed the mur- ARE YOU READY FOR FALL PLANTING I AS DISC HARROWS Best on the Market f. v .&. - RIGHT PRICES 8's 10's 12fs S. F. EUBANK, Columbia, Ky., membership of Atilla Lodge No. der of his two children, two and 695, Badger, Larue County, bear three years old. the name of Skaggs. There are The farmers of Newton, who seven Warens in the same lodge. have formed a union of their fitrnrpn nhnur tThnfr own) report a membership com RoorinhrnHrwi 0 0 the Democratic party has 16,000 prising every resident in some precincts and the canvass, is beplurality of white voters in ing continued. time to meet, There's a time to sleep and a time to eat, There's a time to work and a time to play, There's a time to sing and a time to pray, There's a time that's glad and a time that's blue, There's a time to plan and a time to do, There's a time to grin and to The Federal grand jury show your gritat Covington without inBu&there never was.yet a time dieting any Eastern Kentucky coal operators. to quit. acP-journe- Among the latest war terrors; is a submarine tank, perfected, by the French. It is abte to crawl along river and lake bed3 and suddenly appear in the midst of an enemy to open fire witfe powerful guns. A large portion of the fisbi consumed in the Pacific Coast States comes from Mexican waa, ters, off the coast of which abound with mackerel, halibut, rock cod anc& many other edible varieties. Among the Chinese a particular species of dog is reared for the table. The flesh of black: dogs is preferred to that of animals of another color on account of the greater amount of nutriment ft is supposed to posses.. Lwer-Californi- - -' d - ? 3 OIL NEWS. Adair county news. up with a "fishing" job at depth of 650 feet on the Wisdom farm. . A number of the oil men who make Columbia their general headquarters have gone to their respectives homes for the election, but they will return as soon as the 'agony" is over, and everything connected with the Business will be simply "humming" within the next few days. Mr. ,T. B. Doolittle, Worcester, New York, an operator of much prominence, has two rigs on the way here from Lincoln county, and as soon as they arrive he will inaugurate a very active drilling campaign in the local territory, making his headquarters in Columbia. McMead Oil Company's well No. 4 on the Campbell Bros, farm, Creels, boro, was drilled in on Friday last at a depth of 245 feet, with 160 feet of oil in the hole, and Saturday morning the oil was flowing over the top of the casing. An authentic report from the field Monday JHBTE. ,T. KKMPKB. m Mr. G. A. Eoy, Lexington, president ani general manager of the Eoy Petri Jena Company, and Mr. J. E Car nahau, president of the Carnahan Oil Coupany, Canton, Ohio, prominent n operators, were vis and itors 'mre during the past week. ' Thoa. A. Sheridan, Cincinnati, formerly a large government Oli corn rector in the building of dams on the. O Up river, but who is now devotion h time to oil development, has sec i ed some valuable acreage in Ad ir and Russell counties on which be ill operate extensively, just as soon as machinery arrives. Two new dn nigTfgs, and also a modern eater-pi- ! .r tractor are on the way here, aii't hey are expected to arrive at an ear date. The type of tractor Jdr. Sh'i idan is bringing in Is the most t. e and powerful machine built for fchr i ransportation of heavy loads over ro'Nii and muddy roads M F R "Hillls, one of the largest nd iv id ial operators in the country, formerly located at Lexington,- but from Texas, was an interdo v ests visitor to this territory within few days. Mr. Hill is was the vet y much in the iimelight with oil pjp some two "tears ago when he drii':Jd in the "wonder" well in the Mo'Mer pool, "Warren county, Ky. This well' when first drilled was cred-ite- d with a daily production of 2,000 well-know- 41 - I will Sell my Farm of about to the Highest Bidder on 350 Acres SATU RMY t NOV. 3 f ' t 1920. one-fourt- h? ie-lia- stated that the well was still flowing and that it gave promise of being the equal of well- - No. 2, the "wonder" well drilled in some time ago on the same lease An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eubank was buried here last Saturday. It died in Louisville last Thursday, it only lived a few hours. The remains reached here Friday after- noon. This community extends sym- -' ' pathy to the sorrowing parents. The' funeral took place' from the residence; : of Mrs. Tolie Walker, sister of Mrv Eubank. jr , - '. 4it This farm was formerly two farms, known as the Beard Farm and the Damron Farm, about one-ha- lf is bottom land. This will be sold as two farms and then. as, a whole, to one- and the way it Brings the most money will be accepted. From sixth cash, the rest on time to suit the purchaser, at 5 per cent, interest. '- This famous- located in - road. of Eunice, on Green rbfer and Ion the fetanford In naIfliitlofrSebeol,liuKcn aijd Post Office, and two or troer" Stores. one-ha- lf 'Jmile barrels. With-gasoline v selling at 36 cents $1 00 Mafrfed. i pergallon'In Columbia, $1.02 In in Eng-lan- d. South America, 32 28 in Iaiy, arid With our Government calling loudly for more crude oil, and the production not nearly keeping pace with our domestic, to say nothing of the foreign, demand, it is not a hard proposition to figure whither we are dri 't'ing The best grade of Somerset crude, such as is found in this territory, is nowselllng at 84 50 per barrel, and it is freely predicted the price will have advanced to $9 00 to 810 00 per barrel within the next twelve mbuhs The "joy riders" might as well begin to save up their coin with whic i to buy gas, Tor the time is not farVfistant when it will be retailing at fifty cents per gallon, and It will iconimue to advance in price. Mr. Frank Snead, Louisville, qne of the rge owners of stock in the Mc-jfiea-- i uu uompany, was naje during c , cne wees ior tne purpose oi inspect-ta- g the company's properties at Creelsboro Mr Elmo Pearce, one of the livest men in tl.e local oil fraternity, ex- "pects to leave at once for his home In Blackwell, Oklahoma, where he will iu spend a few days looking after some , important business, and he will then r "return to Columbia, bringing his fam- ily with him. ' Mr. Tearce has unbounded faith in this section developing into a great oil field, and he proposes to be right on the job ready to do Ins "Mr." Fink & Heilman, drilling for the ' Columbia development Company, ha?ef"Mspudded" in on the Rowe- iarm ustbeyorJd the town limits on .the K north v"sfd., and drilling operations will be pus'ied as fast as possible. It is confldebty expected a good flow of gas will be encountered here at a reasonable depth: i- Last Wedriesda'&'ifternoon at the home of the bride's ;auot,- Mrs A. H.. Ballard,, this r.tfcv..hv ..Eld. "F J "Rar. ,,,., ger, Miss Winnie p. Miller, daughter -- -si Also apike leads from this place to Campbellsville, and to Casey county. and the Blue Grass section. It is well watejed, plent" of orchard, splendid dwelling, and other buildings ,About 100,000 feet of mercantable timber. This is'--J S.t Breed- v i.;1 fy top svlag's old home, and it is he whd na's given description of same. . - of Mr. and Mrs Bryan Miller, Crocus, and Mr Charles J. Herriford, of Ashland, Ky. The bride and groom are mutes and became acquainted while in school at Danville. The bride is an accomplished young lady, and was a groat favorite among her friend Tbe bride is an accomplished young lady, and was a great favorite among her friends. The groom is an excellent gentleman and is in business at Ashland where the couple will reside The best wishes of Adair coiinty go with this very happy and deserving couple. - Anyone interested, who wishes to look overhis farm, can find me there any day, ' and I will take pleasure in,going over same with them.r . . ?-- -' ..-- I 2 goo will also sell at the same time the following property: " - heavy work Horses,.6 and 9 years old, sound and in. good flesh. J2 good work Mufes 6 and 7 years old, well matched. I extra good mare Mule, 3 years old 16 hands and good worker. I good Perch- eron mare 4 years old. 1 good 4 year old horse. 2 good milk Cows 4 and 6 years old. 2 fat Heifers 2 years old. 1 good brood sow, farrow in November. 1 nice young sow and 3 pigs. 1 3 in. Weber Wagon. I mowing machine. 1 Brown Manley Riding Cultivator. 2 good Turning Plows. 2 Double ShovCane Valley. els. 4 sets of good Wagon Harness. 1 set of good buggy Harness. 1 riding Saddle. 3 stacks of Hay. Some readers, of the News 100 barrels of Corn. doubtless think it strange that a A iL, Mc-Cormack letter does not appear in its weekly from this place, as Cane Valley is the second town in the county as to population. The reason is that it is a very col-ur- ns ; Terms made known on day of sale. t1 1 1. u- . H J. S. BREEDING, Auctioneer. i , J. M. REED, Eunice, Ky. v C - - quiet place, every body looking after his own affairs. It is true that we are located on' the pike between Columbia and Campbells ville, and there is a great deal of passing, yet but few stop to tell us what they know. Our merchants and other business men are kept busy during the week days and .on Sunday we all attend church. After services we repair to our respective homes eat a good dinner, then the most of us take a nap in order to oe fresh; ready for business when A party of six business men of De Monday morning comes. catur, III all connected with the DeMr. T. I. Smith, game warden catur Dril.irfg Syndicate, now operatfor Adair county, left Thursday ing on Brush Creek in Cumberland county, were here a few days since for for Edmonton, having been sumthe rp. se of looking over the field. moned to appear in as a witness They expressed themselves as being in court against a man who had highly pleased with the outlook, and dumped a large lot of sawdust in they were very much impressed with a running stream, killing fish; the 'erritory In general. It is said that it killed them by The Palmer Oil & Gas Company are the hundreds. progressing nicely w'ith, their drilling Squire W. E. Hancock remains operations on the oyse farm north-- , east of town. Another expert driller in a very low state of health, tiai'been Eecured from' Oklahoma and'' though he is able to walk about "they will atonceputonanight crew his home. He is now beyond thereby keeping the drilling rig: eighty years of age, and all his pounding. away day .and night- - Mr. Geo H. Palmer, president of the com-- , life he has, been a Iawabiding pany, and wno is a capame ana ex- citizen. While it is not expected perienced operator, Is'glvlng "the that; he will ever again'be strong, supervision, and" ii it is hoped that his' life will be Is any oil or gas to be had here there spared manydays to his family ; .I GeorgetIs goUag4:o get'ifci) J aiid his mends. -- rj iq'c vens - News Pritjj Columbia, Ky. i about here are Mr. S. L. Banks and Mr. A. H. Judd. They have both passed their four score years and at their advanced ages they do a great deal of work about their homes. Both of these old men were merchants here for many years. Their stands are now being occupied by younger men, and to this day customers are often heard to remark how Mr. Judd and Mn Banks did when they were in the mercantile business. , The musicians of this place are holding their band together and several times a week they make the welikin ring. A good band is the life of a town. McGaha. NOTICE. 3 " . cgnearrBreedingareporjtfdj.tjed ,The odes$vdnhmovjmg land, has rreturned home. Hfs health has. been restored and his friends were glad to see him The banking business at this cpme in. place is moving along nicely. Odes McGaha and Lillie BurThe bank was opened less than ton went to Indiana recently and one year ago, and its statements were married. They have returnhave showed progress from ,the ed home. t day it opened. Mr. Dennis r, who was a A Mr. Brock, Eubank is the, cashier, and Mr. and Mrs. Lizzie Bailey, Lesle Tupman is the president. widow, were married There are both popular business who was a ago. men, and watch the affairs of a short time Jas; Powell sold "his stock of the institution closely. orroceries a few days ago, to Wheat in this locality is Willie Sincliar. up. Nearly all the farmers Earmers are about up with got a good stand. All are - about their w.ork. The school at this place is through sowing wheat;' The 'school at Grassy Spring, largely attended and the pupils which is being taught by Miss are progressing rapidly, Mattie Barger, is progressing We have been visited often .in finely. She is giving entire satthe last two weeks by political isfaction and the pupils all like her. speakers. and TUBES While my present stock last, I am going to give absolutely "FREE, one Gray Tube with each, tire that is sold. Mr. J. W. Harmon, who was -$15.00.. 30 x 3 Plajn Tread --v adjudged of unsound mind in r- -' - $20700. x 3h N. S. u the Adair county court three months ago, and sent to Lake- Think of the Tube that is Free. of AUTO TIRES ".-3- L. B. BELL. Ssf ' FERTILIZER V wid,-owe- I will need more room for my business and.in order to make it, I will sell my Fertilizer at $2 per ton less than it cost. If you want it come quick. Moving Picture Show at my hall ev ery Saturday night. .- J L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, y. r a' -. m ' M.; t PZ ii .ir- - vjitfiHk