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FARMERS BANK at Casey's Creek, County of Adair, State of Kentucky, At the Close of Business on the 7th Day of May. 1921 Doing Business RESOURCES Loan3 and Discounts 00 344 53 50 18 Mid-Wee- k Prayer Service. A.very large audience appeared at Friday evening at Lindsey-Wilso- n the Presbyterian church, last Thurs- there was a. large .crowd gathered to day night, to witness the Commence-mea- t hear the declammatory contest.. The exercises in the Columbia High young ladies who contested were MIssesElma Parke, Sadie Mulliniz, School. The stage was beautifully decorated Zora Edna Bell, .Ethel Garnett, Delia and the graduating class, dressed in Riggins and Leona Meadows. The jvhlte, looSed exceedingly charming. "'v'At 8 o'clock promptly Kev. Leslie J. B. Smith, of the Baptist Church, pronounced the invocation, which was followed by a beautiful Chorus, ' "Silver Eyes," by the class. Prof A. P.Prather then introduced in a very pleasing mariner, Prof. John J. Hill, Dean of Georgetown College, who delivered the address. Prof. Hill makes no claim to oratory, but he is a man of thought, delivering a most entertaining address, one full of Ideas, plainly and impressively spoken. He told what is necessary to make men and women of worth, and bis parting-wordto the olass abounded in wisdom, and if accepted and follow--ed there will be room at the top for each, member of the graduating class. Miss Eva Walker then sang en- chantingly "Beautiful .Land of Hod." s young gentlemen were Messrs. Virgil Long, Garlln Nelson and Frank Dillon. While only two medals were offered," yet there were nine young people who deserved one as each selection was spendidly rendered, each contestant acquitting himself or herself with honor. After very much deliberating on the part of the judges they finally decided in favor of Miss Eima Parke who gave "Betty Zane," aud Mr. Virgil Long whose selection was "Eulogy on LaFayette." During the evening a piano solo was rendered by Miss Margaret Hynes and a piano duet by Misses Lockard and Meadows, each number adding much to the pro-gra- News reached relatives here last week, that Charley Judd, who was born and reared near Columbia, a brother of Mr. Frank Judd, was acci-- . dentally killdd at Terre Haute, Ind.,. Wednesday of last week. Belatives here did not receive the news of his death until too late to attend the fu neral, which, occurred on Saturday following his death. Mr. Judd was a car inspector for the Pennsylvania Bailroad Company. and was, under a car, making an inspection, when a crash came and he, was mashed to death. The deceased was a son of Mr. Melton Judd, and his home when a youth was where Mr. N. a Kelsey now lives, on the Jamestown road in the suburbs of Columbia. He owned a nice home in Terre Haute and left to his wife, besides the residence, insurance amounting to ten thousand dollars. ADAIR CIRGUJT COUBT . OF KENTUCKY. Bryant &c Plaintiff, Mary VS Marvin Bryant'&c Defendant By vlrture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term,thereof,192l, in thp above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door In Columbia, .Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 6th, day of June 1921, at .one o'clock P. M., or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six & nine months equal installments, the following described property, Three tracts of land lying in Adair County Ky.,'1 on the waters of Petits to-wi- Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, bonds and other securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Checksand other cash items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided profits les3 expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check Time Deposits . 5000 CO Bible School of the Colombia Christian Church will conduct the service at their church, Wednesday evening-May 18,' at 7:30. Subject: Christianity in the home. The public Is invited. .Every body made welcome. Mrs. R. F. Rove, teacher. Mrs Junius Hancock, President. Mrs. Mont Cravens, Secretary. Home-Make- rs The Class . 9533 65 4523 77 For Sale. Miss Trabue has an extra good work, 1 000 00 mule for sale.- - $89 462 03 t. Eloped. $15 000 00 3000 00 .. - v FIEUfDAY;''' Saturday was the day set for the annual Field Day.. The weather was Prof. A. P. Prather, "who is the perfect and aJarge crowd gathered to principal of the school, then present see the work of these promising ed the diplomas, his well worded young , athletes speech preceding. After the diplomas The feats were unusually interest- were delivered those of the school ing;,the running splendid, the jumpwho bad passed the 8th grade, were ing exciting and when the last notch' awarded certificates. was reached in the pole vaulting, The following young people make Chas Webb was clearing it easily by ' up the 1921 graduating class: quite a space, a height pf ten feet or Flossie Shively, Mary more. The relay races were quite Katie Taylor, Mary Frances thrilling and enthusiasm ran high. Stephens, Helen Cabell, Eva Walker, The "business men and women of the Frank Hughes. town were quite generous and offered The muBic for the occasion was fur- a number of attractive and useful nished by Mrs. C. M. Bussell. Miss prizes.. It was by far the best Frances Bussell and Miss Louise Day for a number of years. Robt. Allison won the medal for highest Howe. number of points. Decrease of Land Value. Graves-.Mc-Maha- BACCALATJBEATE SEBMON The average price of plowland per acre in the, United States has decreas-e- d about 7 per cent, during the past year, according to a report just issued by the TJnited States Department of Agriculture. The average value of plowland per acre on March 1 of this year was 383.78, as compared to 290.01 in 1920, and $74.31 in 1919. The of the department attribute the decline to the reduction in the sta-tisicla- prices of crops. The report shows that the heaviest drop in the price of land is in the 'Southern States, where cotton is the 'principal crop: In some sections of these States there has been a decline of30i)ercent. in the price of plow-lan- d during the year. The average price of plowland in Georgia this year is 836 per acre, wmie last year it was $46 a drop of about 22 per cent. The average in South Carolina last year was $61, while this year it is $50 a drop of 15 per cent. Sunday evening the baccalaureate sermon was delivered by Rev. B. V. Bennett at the Methodist church." It was a discourse most appropriately suited to the occasion and was splen didly delivered. The choir rendered a beautiful musical program, the ' special numbers being a vocal solo by Mrs Hamlett, a violin solo by Miss Frances Bussell and a quartette by Misses Buby, Strange and Messrs. Nelson and . Adair County Court Clerks office in The Campbellsville and Columbia deed Book No 3, page 282, to which re base ball teams met on the Lindsey-Wilso- n ference is made for complete descripcampus last Tuesday aftertion. The second tract contains 64 The game was played in the acres more or less and is the same noon. rain, and was not as interesting as tract of land conveyed to the said J. the spectators expected to see. The J G. Bryant deced, by. George Keith & visiting team went to the bat first and Wife by deed d?ted the 22nd, day of in the first inning gained four scores. January, 1886, and of record in deed The home club was organized a week' Book No 4, Page 128 of the Adair before this game was called, and was County Court Clerks Office, to which greatly in need of practice. Young, reference is made for complete descripwho is a good pitcher ordinarially, had tion. a- weak arn, having not pitched a The Third txact contains 195 acres game 'for months. Alvin Lewis did more of less and iB the same tract of some fine catching, and Leon Lewis land conveyed to the said J. G. Bryant 'was in evidence in the field and he also deed, F. H. Bryant and O. J. Bryant, made a home run. The other boys did by H. H. Sandusky & others by deed the best they could under the circumof date May the 9th, 1913, and of restances. Campbellsville was in better cord" In deed book No 13, page 580 of shape, but not perfect. During the the Adair County Court Clerks Office, contest the visitors made 11 scores to which reference is made for comand the home boys had to their credit plete description. I will offer the 6. The best of feelings prevailed as first two described tracts separately the game progressed. andthen offer thasaid two tracts together, and will accept the bid or Small Robbery at Milltown. bids realizing the greatest amount. - 1239 54 Fork. 53 164 15 The First Tract contains 100 acres 17 058 34 leas 1J acres cut off the N. E. corner $891462 03 Total j and included in the Widows dower, STATE OF KENTUCKY j Set Count op Adair Wo S. S Goode and T. O. Morton, PresiThis is the same tract of land conveydo ed to J. G. Bryant, deed, by George E dent and Cashier of the above named Bank,true solemnly swear that the above statement is Bennett, by deed' dated the 2nd, day to the best of our knowledge and belief. Columbia Loses to Campbellsville S. S. Goode. President. of March, 1884, and of record in the T. O. Morton, cashier. Miss Lillian Willis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Willis, this place, and Mr. Walter Hopkins, of near Cana Valley eloped to Jeffersonville last Saturday where they were married. The bride is an attractive young girl, and the groom is a farmer. They will reside for the present with the parents of the groom. Subscribed and sworn to before me this ICth day of May. 1921. My commission expires Jan. 21, 1922. G. L. Gowdy. Notary Public Correct Attest: Bible Institute. The Baptist Church is planning to have a Bible Institute in June, running from the 19th to 24th, A splenHave You a Car? did program is being arranged, all the speakers being entirely new to ColumWe do "expert starter, generator, bia, The printed, orosrram will ba out Motor, Battery repairing and rechargoeforemany davs. Mark the above ing, Reboring, welding date and plan to come.- and Brazing, anything you car needs done. Agents for the Famous' GenerMeet tne First Monday in June. al Electric ''Titan" Storage battery guaranteed 18 months. Ail the Democratic Committeemen,, All work guaranteed prices right men and women, who were elected on. Bring ypur car to the Page garage to Saturday the 7th of May, are requesthave your work done ed to be in Columbia County Court Respt. day in June, the first Monday. On Myers & Flowers. this day a completeftorganization will Paid List. be perfected. Oxy-Acetyle- ne Last Wednesday nieht a thief entered Mercer & Hindman's store at Milltown nd stole a few dollars from the cash drawer. The theif went department through the not molest anything, and the but did proprietors of the store have not miss post-offic- e ed any goods. y Webb. Later. Johnny Bell, whose mother lives in this town was arrested Thurs-daSoon to Leave This Community. morning charged with the robbery. He at first denied being in Mr. Green Bell Smith and family, Milltown, but later confessed his who have been living in Columbia and guilt and gave up $15.85 that he said in the vicinity of town for more than he got out of the store. He also had W. A. Coffey. Master Commissioner. twenty-fiv- e years, are to leave for the some tobacco that was also taken. He Dry Goods and Groceries. West in a very short time. was sent to jail to await the action of Mr. Smith has been in the milling the grand jury. He is a soldier and is I haye a full line of Ginghams, cal of the time he at home on a furlough. His Captain business for icos, voils, silks and other dress goods. has resided community and two-thirds The interest of the infant defendant, Marvin Bryant, will hot collect but will remain a lien upon the lands until he arrives at majority or until Bond is executed by a guardian authorized to receive same for said Infant. The 195 acre tract is in good timber. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will beppepared to comply promptly with these terms The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. J. M. Wolford, Mrs. J. F. Cabell, C Gowen, Martha Grady, L. A. Gilpin, L. C. Winfrey, W. R. Myers, S. L Ranks, H. J. C6nover, J. M. Ricketts, R. A Corbln, Bonnie Wolford, V, J. Shive, S E: Antle, Leonard Murrell, Sonville Jackman, P F. Squires, S. E. Blakeman, J. D. Floyd, E. O White, Mrs Annie L. Tutii, Millard' Young, W. B. Walker, Dr. J.. N Murrell, Miss Jesse Morrison, J. N. Petty, Mrs. G W. Waggoner; A. J. Combest, Gov. J. R. Hindam, by Dr. R. Y. H. S. E: Bridgwater, H. R. Moore, W. H. : Gill. v Foundpead. Mrs. Taylor Sullivan, who was seventy-odd yearslold, whose home was in county, not farfif rom the Adair Green line, was found dead in her bed last Tuesday morning. The interment was id the Griffin graveyear, near tha WhiteToll Gate Wednesday. ; New Firm. Walker & Marshall have formed av partnership in the undertakers business. Their place of business is Glen- "vilie, and they are how ready to ans wer all calls. Large stock of caskets on hand. They have a hearse. : Gas Given. Chautauqua Notice. All persons who signed the Chaujust returned from Louistauqua contract for 192l'are requested ville where I have taken a course in oral surgery and anccsthetic under one to meet at the Moving Picture Theaof the most eminent specialist in the tre Friday May 20th , at 2 p. m.. G. R. Reed, city. Also bought one of the safest I have Probably the greatest drop in any one State was in Kentucky, and is attributed to the decline in the price of tobacco In 1920 the average price of plowland in this ' State was ' $70 per acre, while this year It Is $53. This is cent a decline of approximately 24-p- er Iowa is the State haying the highest price of plowland per acre. The report shows that, it is valued at $200 this year, as compared' with $219 last year a decline of about' 9 per Cent. 'Illinois ranks second In the value of plowland. according to the report the price per acre being $157. In Alabama and Mississippi the average price of plowland per acre is 25 Picture Show Chang's Hands. Mr. Gordon Cheatham has so'd his picture show to Mr. Elsie Young and frJjo Jones, the new firm to be given possession the first of July. The new owners inform the News that some improvements will be made and that Notice. there will be only two shows a week, Tuesday and Saturday nights. It will All parties havingsteel barrels bealso make a deal' with a reliable firm to return longing torfarnish films, and only high class j If you want to see a good show be them at once. ' in Columbia next Monday, the 23d. J. P. HutchisoB, fktmrm will be wed. tome,-arereqnested in 'this for the six or eight years he has been manager and principal owner of the Columbia lighting plant, hence he is well kncwn to a majority of the citizens of Adair County. He came here with his family from Bussell county and has prospered since he took up his residence in our midst. He and hjs family afe prominent members of the Methodist Church and have been liberal giyers. Socially, a family that stands high in the community and their departure from this town will be generally regretted This paper trusts that when they take up their abode in another State, that prosperity will attend them in all their undertakings; and when they pile, up a sufficient amount of money to do them, they will return to this community to enjoy it. The young people will regret exceedingly to see' Carl Smith.-whis a grandson, take his departure, as he is a very popular young man, polite and i pleasing to all his friends.. Mr Smith sold his residence to Mr. Bruce Montgomery, who is now, in possession. This and the disposition of his other property have already been mentioned in this paper. . its has been notified, and it is generally "&. nice line of Dress Shoes and Slipbelieved that the Government will al- pers. Brown Domestic 8c to 15c low the civil authorities to handle Salmon 10c, corn 10c, sugar 0c, Pilhim. grim coffee, 12ic. I can save you money on Dry Goods jand Groceries St. Mary's Game. , Call and see me near Garlin. Phone, Farm 70- -c Store 70-- 1. A very interesting baseball game 29 2t Alvin Burton ' was played at St. Mary's last Sunday ra afternoon, the contestants being the Big Poultry Sales. local team here against St. Marj's. A large crowd witnessed the game, and The amount of poultry and eggs it was a royal battle from start, to shipped from this place is enormous. Chairman. and most expensive gas machines on the market I now feel that I can The sober, quiet, innocent lookingr give the public the very best service camels, are always objects of no little in extraction of teeth with or ' with- interest. With the herd in the out gas. Dr. H. W. Depp Death of a Child. A o There are two poultry houses here At the close of the sixth inning the but only one has sent in a report for Columbia boys had the advantage and April, S. H. Grinstead Co. it looked like they would win out. At This house for said month shipped this junctune St. Ma'ry's changed 19,385 head of poultry, weighing 87,587 pitchers and it commenced to gain, pounds, and 81,240" dozens of eggs. If and when the contest closed the score you will do a little figuring you will stood 8 to 5 in favor of St. Marys All see tnat this product brought an the Columbia nggrigation did fine, sum of money, the larger Woodward and Young pitching fault-lessl- amount of It being realized by the farand Alvin Lewis was at home mers of Adair and Russell counties. behind the bat. When the contest closed St. Marys Army Goods, was satisfied she had been in a gjftne. im-min- se finish. y Hob nailed and Russett Shoes $1.00 per pair, Jumpers, 25c each, Khaki Suits 75c. , Phone, Farm, 70-- O Phone, Store, 701 r ,Alvii.Battopi.4lM. ,;, 2?-, ,' Vter, :Ky. -, ,.. - 2t . little son of Mr. and Mrs Felix baby wild black cameljknown to man, McKinley, who live near town, died its mother having died upon its birth. of croup last Wednesday. He would While a party of hunters were in the have been' five years old had he lived high and cold regions near the lake of until Jufy. Hexwas a bright little Lobnar last December, in search- of boy, the idol of fond parents, who are rare animals for the mighty almost heartbroken over the loss of the men sighted a small number their little one Religioua services of wild camel and singling one from were conducted by Revs. Bennett and the number succeeded in capturing it. Murrell, many sympthizing friends Never having seen the like before the being present. The interment was in collectors became fired with the desire the city cemetery Thursday. to show, them to the, mighty Haag show patrons, but were not successful Miss Laura Smythe, of this place, a in showing the original of the capture, teacher of experience and ability, has but a baby camel that bids fair to be been appointed by State Superintend- as vicious as Its mother. The beasb ent Colvin as one of the three teach Is now giving its keepers no end of ers who will have .charge of the trouble and all kinds of difficulties Branch State Normal of Green coun- are daily encountered. Scientists and ty. Miss Smythe will go to the above all students of natural history win named county soon to arrange about find this untamable quadrupled an inthe Work, as the Normal will start teresting study " early in Jane The State Superin tendent made no mistake in selecting ' Ted Morrison, who escaped froa Misa Smythe, as she is thorough and , a11 aom& WMka B0i ws caught aad retursed to tha oastlle last Sunday. take great interest in school work. Haag-showTWi-r-.J mighty Haag shows, which are billed to appear at Columbia, Monday, May 23rd, are to be found some of the finest specimens ever exhibited in this or any other country, including the only s ' j$FM'' ' " 3 l ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS CHAINS FOR TARDY MOTORISTS " I : ,- CONGRESS HEARS DRAMATIC PLEA FROM 1 FILIPINO Washington- "Must the heart of America beat only for the free-- 1 dom of Ireland, of Poland and of the Czecho -- .Slovaks, of and not for the Independence The Soutn Park ponce ot CMcago nave Just oeen equipped with cnalns and when they find an automobile has been parked over thirty minutes, In violation of the city ordinance, they take one of the chains they are carrying and lock the car to one of the pretty electroliers that adorn the boulevard. The officers leave their card which informs the owner that he is on the "beat" and will be glad to release the car after arranging for the owner to appear in court next morning. The photograph shows' a policeman chaining up one of the machines that has overstayed Its limit. AIM FOR HEALTH IN DRIVING CAR Many Drivers Add to Numerous. Ills by Failure to Consider Safety Points. MOID STRAINED ATTITUDES ates this tendency. Tender feet often result. It is well to remove rubber footwear when driving a closed car. For similar reasons rubber-sol- e shoes are not recommended for one who drives much. Another dangerous practice is that of opening a divided windshield in such a way as to allow a small but penetrating draft to blow on the face. In many cars the shield is so divided that when partly opened the cold blast strikes one directly across the eyes or forehead. This induces neuralgia and brings on head colds. Better ar to have the shield opened DRWE OOrVT Most Natural Position Is Correct One to Assume in Driving an Automobile Slouching in Seat Will Cause Fatigue. Motoring, taken in right doses, is healthful. There is such a thing, however, as an overdose. There is a correct and an incorrect way to drive and ride, from the standpoint of health, as well as from the standpoint of ordinary safety. No learned physician need be consulted to determine if you drive correctly. Anyone can diagnose his own case. The symptoms are not hidden, says Cleveland Plain Dealer. If, after a drive of fifty to a hundred miles, one gets out of his machine physically or mentally exhausted, "completeley all in," his way of dnv-i- s "all wrong." In driving any horse not particularly high spirited, the reins are usually left hanging rather loosely, seldom taut. In steering an automobile, hold the g wheel as you would a quiet, mare easily. easy-goin- IN MUSCLE SOUND THIS POSITIOM TRY too MCW TO SEC OON'T the Philippine Islands?" This was the question Besldent Commissi oner Isauro Gabaldon of the Philippines Philippine Resident adressed directly to the memberCommissioner ship of the House Isauro Gab'aldon of Bepresentaivea in a speech which was given very close attention and was frequently applauded. "At one time," said Commissioner Gabaldon, "Congress had before It no less than thirty resolutions expressing sympathy with the aspirations of the Irish people, if not actualy urging England to grant independence to Ireland. At that time, also the Filipinos were knocking at your door. Out of the womb of war, many European republics were born, and America has rejoiced to uphold the same. And yet the claim of the Filipinos is still unheeded. Must there be exceptions, then, in International justice? "My plea, gentlemen of the American Congress, is that you Ignore no longer the repeated requests of a deserving people for an independence that rightfully belongs to them. The granting of independence now affords the United States a golden opportunity to give, to the world unanswerable proof of its sincerity, its consistency and its altruism. It will be the greatest example of square dealing in the history of the ages. "Do not think we are not appreciative of all you have done tor us. We are. America has truly treated the Filipino people as no other nation has ever treated an alien race in all history. The high points of the American policy In the Philippines have been consistently Inspired by altruism. We know that you were actuated in your labors by the desire to contribute to our own welfare. "And w;e love you perhaps most ot all for your solemn promise to grant us that which we hold dearer than life itself our freedom. Independence Is our national Ideal. It is our all absorbing aim. It grows stronger every hour. For the spirit of nationalism never dies. Much less can It be subdued. We believe that we can never hope to bo n sturdy nation if we are to rely forever on the magnanimity of the United States. "America's task in the Philippine Islands is finished. What you have assumed as your sacred obligation in that part of the world has been fulfilled. A people with a medieval system nf institutions l.:is been transform (I into a ouiseious nation, '' ith all that is modern in the activity of nations. And i you give us Independence our grntltiule to you will increase a thousand fold; it will last forever if you keep faith with us. "There is but one issue in the Philippine question, ami that is: Is there today a atltble government on the If lands? In the Jones law you promised Independence upon the establishment Your of such a stable government. has nflicially own Governor-Genera- l reported that Uierels a stable government hi existence today, and we also have submitted plenty of evidence There to substantiate its, existence. fore, we hope and expect. 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' strained attitudes. frequently JJadJHabjt . ., " . Anot " Another bad habit aufdfrg operators of motor vehicles Is the tendency to slouch in the seat at the wheel. No one seems to cherish the old erect attitude, preferring to get as near a reclining position as possicoach--man's MHWi M!TMBLE And, besides Prince thing you do next some makin's Albert's delightful flavor, papers and some Prince there's its freedom from bite Albert tobacco and puff away and parch which is cut out by on a home made cigarette our exclusive patented procthat will hit on all your ess! Certainly you smoke P. A. from sun up till you smoke cylinders! and saying maybe you'll cash this hunch tomorrow. Do it while the going's good, for No use sitting-b- y man-o-ma- n, Always go over a grade crossing in second speed. The muscles Used in driving should be relaxed, but alert jAg FINE HAT MAKING A PHILIPPINE ART . dor with sponge moistener top. ble. Yet there are few coachrifen suffering from curvature of tbe spine or round shouhjem The most natural sitting position is the correct one to assume when driving an automtJbue. & resting Leaning over the wheel one arm on the side of the car as on an arm rest are riot healthful portions. While not necessarily 'liarinful in themselves, they are & the end tiring. t A common affliction is eye strain. This is brought on by much night driving where the operator Is peering for a long time Into poorly lighted roads, or standing the glare of blinding Search- Try driving at 15 miles an "hour and see if you can't keep within the law. A speed indicator for Ynotor vehicles has been invented that Registers speefd by the flash of colored lights. , slip between the sheets without a comeback. Prince Albert is the tobacco that revolutionized pipe you can't figure out smoking. If you never could forget it! whatyou'repassingby! Such smoke a pipe can AND YOU WILL flavor, such coolness, such You if you use Prince Albert well, the only way to get the words em- for packing! It's a smoke phatic enough is to go to it revelation in a jimmy pipe or a cigarette! and know yourself! more-ish-ne- ss 'so,Id in of 'all the atffomobiles this coSfhtry last year, went to 'the users' in 'agricultural 'districts. Tw'tf-thlr- Good driving demands the attentior of threft senses: "sight, hearing and touch. That is he reason concentration Ks so necessary. W ' "VP3 rA Copyright 1921 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Sale- N.C M 17 HO I 111) e Lr 111 d ream- Albert about his discovery until a few days ago. The farm recently was sold to Dameron's father by C. B. Strickler, of this city, who had been told by old citizens that there was treasure hidden on the place. 'the national joy smoke in that it was impossible to discern their date of issue. The latest date on the coins is 1823, the fortune having been buried foi almost a century. The money, carefully wrapped in jlDuckskin.iWas in a metal pot be neath a rock upon vyhick young lights. To .prevent this, look as much fcs possible into the stream of your own headlights and never, if possible, Into approaching glares. If you are driving far enough on your own side of the road this is generally unnecessary. Don't try to see too much at tilice. Thatis dangerous .to more than the -- There &re 103,000 physicians and surgecfts and 40,000 'dentists in this C&utitry listed with having one or more passenger automobiles each. Motor car production is to be under taken In Australia, to supply a light, medium-pricecar which can withstand hard usage economically. d Dug Up Pot of Old Money. Roanoke, Va. , This Flllplna Is making a Philippine hat, which is becoming quite popular with both men and '.women in th United States, and is usually a sourc of great pride to the wearer. FILIPINO INDEPENDENCE, BUT NO GUARANTY , After x?yes. -- ? " -- Remove Rubber Footwear. Inclement wearing weather necessitates and, overshoes. " 'They have always been known to make "" the feet perspire when worn where the temperature Is normal. When " Tvorn while operating an automobile, especially a closed car, the radiated of rubbers Inclosed motor taxis are effectively operated in London and Paris at a low cost, reasonable rates, and easily handled in crowded traffic. side-ca- r ' ' "Jieat from the motor passing up through the floor boards and transmitted by the cgetal controls, accentu As a rival of the automobile among the finished products in the United-Statesthe finished articles In men's and women's clothing are second 'la line. 5 (Chicago Tribune.) We do not blame the Filipino people, for wanting their complete freedom, It Is the natural aspiration of mankind. ing several nights of buried " treasure, Albert Dameron, a young Roanoke county farmer, while plowing on his father's farm, near here, has Unearthed a pot containing $13,400 in $20 gold pieces, $601 in silver, and several pieces of paper money, consumed by the teeth of time The Stillman divorce trial now Dameron stepped when plowing, again in New York: and which gave way beneath his in progress weight. So fearful was he that is being held secretly. the money would be taken away Subscribe for The News..-from him that he said nothing V A.' -- rj'v C'M.1' f.y.Ml .. (, -- , I ivIUCD;ii UA : 'atfj! 9Hw--rA'DAifle0lJNTy'EN- 'EWS di " , , . V ' ' Army on the Rhine, was' "the most up-t- o date, the best equippThe whole country is suffering ed and best looking military outfor lack of efficiency. It has fit of all the armies of the permeated every branch and de- world." partment of government and the A commission from the Neth cost of it falls upon the people. erlands made a similar visit and The farmer does not hire a man was equally favorably impressed, to work who does not know how and now 'the Finnish Governto plow nor does he hire a man ment has asked permission to KV" .T to drive his team who does not send a commission to Coblen?. notfknow how to handle horses; Many County School. the merchant does not want a am now ready to supply boys men, clerk who does not know how to Frankfort, Ky.,May 5. Sixty-on- e sell goods, the newspaper man with clothing, have an immense stock and new out of the 120 County School does not hire a printer who can't Superintendents to be elected by set type and the banker does not can supplies daily. you in prices. County Boards of Education you need any hire an accountant who knows the before January. 1 next already nothing pf bookkeeping. have been chosen, it was an- in this line, call once. In every branch of business nounced today at the office of we exercise judgment in select- George Colvin, State Superining our aids. We donot want a tendent of Public Insfruction. physician who is not a graduate The salaries range from $1,200 of a medical school and we do to $3,600 a year and the terms v not want him even then unless from one to four years. we have confidence in him. The average of salaries is conWhen we want a lawyer we siderably higher than ever bewant the best we can get. iriy stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. I bought them fore, according to Mr Colvin. When we come to select our Under the old school law the right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. officials we should exercise the County Superintendent was elecsame kind of judgment that we ted by popular, vote. The last ,1 can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. do in employing some one to Legislature abolished the elecwork for us. For instance, it is tive feature and made the posijust as important for the county tion appointive by the county to have efficient officials as it is board, and also gave the board for the farmer or the merchant power to fix the salary. The to have efficient help. new Superintendents take office Of course a man has to be January 1, 1922, when the terms honest first. If he is dishonest of the elective officers run out. nobody wants him for anything. Probably the highest salaried The next question we have to Superintendent thus far elected decide upon is his efficiency. i8 Prof. George Baker, now of Rid- 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. No matter how little you may the University of Kentucky, who know yourself about the duties has been chosen Superintendent ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. of any office, your beat interest of the Fayette County schools. demands' that you support the He will receive $3,600 a year and It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. best qualified man for the posi- the use of an automobile. Fonso tion. Whight of the Pike County It should not be a question of schools will receive $3,600 a year likes or dislikes, but the question and M. C. Napier of the Perry of ability to discharge the duties County schools $3,500. of the position in the best possiLosing Grip on His Party. ble manner. If every voter would properly Washington, May 5. Boies consider the question of efficiency the country would not be Penrose has lost his hold on the G. O. P, and his influence is rapcursed with so many men in who do little more than idly waning here. It is freely predicted that although he draw their salaries. his health, his political caNews. reer is virtually over. 3American Army of Occupation. The overthrow of the Speaker Penrose was his failure to put of the House of the Pennsyl one of his loyal supporters at the Coblenz, May 2 A complete vania Legislature is said to be a head of the .Bureau of Internal outfit, a miniature army equipp- decisive victory by Gov. Sproul Revenue. ed with all necessary services, and his party associates over the May Raise Interest Rate. capable of taking the field at Penrose forces. It is understood & MORAN d LOWE twenty-fou- r hours notice without to mean that State Senator A Sanitary Shop, whert, both Satisfactionland Buy it by years and square the assistant of any outside ele- Crow, who is working with Gov. A move is on foot by the Gratification are Guaranteed. yards and not by gallons ments and one of the best mil- Sproul will take Mr. Penrose's here and elsewhere in the It's penny wise and pound Give us a Trial and be Convinced. itary units ever organized in the seat. State to raise the rate of interest foolish to buy paint any other X world's history of armies such on loans from six to seven, and way. You want to get paint Another blow on the way to The for your home by the way it possibly eight per cent. is the description that military Mr. Penrose is the selection of wears and spreads over the men, allied, neutral and former claim is made that such inducesurface not by the gallon Or John T. Adams of Iowa to enemies, apply to the American ments for-- money are being made so much per gallon. You want Will Hays as chairman of real paint pure paint Army of Occupation as it is conby the government and big conRepublican National Committhe Money back without question stituted today. cerns over the country that the U HUNT'S GUARANTEED tee. A combination of the Pen- SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES being stripped of Years Used (Hunt's Salve and Soap),faU In That the efficiency of the train- rose and George W. Perkins banks are the treatment ofItch,Eciema, jBffifm Rlngworm.Tetterorotherltch- is remones. For instance it ing system of the American for!ng ailn diseases. Tqr.thls L&i forces at St. Louis defeated Mr, The paint that's made of just pure treatment at our rider" ported that Swift & Co., secured ces in Germany, the excellence Adams wmte ieaa, pure and enabled Mr. Hays to ?7tl!Lijr Jimrri zinc, pure unPa all Drufl Co. j'ii PJBCi $30,000 from patrons of the two equipment and their of their ; seed oil scientifiwin. It looks easy, for Mr. Adcally ground and Stanford banks during the past faultless military bearing are mixed so as to Postmaster General Hays says ams now, week or so and that the interest give it a body generally recognized throqghout there is practically an inexhausthat makes it Europe ia shown by the fact that An instance of the failure of paid is lh per cent. The banks spread over tible supply of pulp for newspamore surface, missions from various countries Mr. Penrose to have his way in may have to raise to protect their look Better, last in Alaska. That is The Woman's Tonic preserve '"mirrziJ longer,the suns per print yet none of it is being have either visited Coblenz dur- the Senate, as he did. for years institutions, but it strikes us true, and your property, stand ing the last few months or have after Nelson Aldrich passed out, that this is an inopportune time scorching rays and trying weather taken out. And there are vast changes of this climate. Sold Everywhere is his failure to defeat'the Emer-genc- y applied for permission to come to Everything is getting to do so. fields of anthracite coal in AlasFree Color Chart ' Tariff Bill. When that r.a this base and get first hand Comeor send for color chart of back to, or' in the neighborhood ka thac are not being mined. measure was first proposed he Lampton's House Paint and ironknowledge of how it is done. clad guarantee of its makers, the Ten years ago we got such a of, old time prices, and advancmade it known that he would-havold reliable firm of Lampton, Crane A few weeks ago the Chief of scare about the riches of Alaska & Ramey Co., Incorporated, Louisnothing to do with, it, but ing the price, of money would at Staff-o- f ville, Ky; See us also for varnishes, the Swiss Army, accombeing exploited by a few that we brushes or anything else in the later was whipped into line by least look inconsistent. Of course panied by everal officers, spent paint line. have ref d3ed to permit Alaska to lesser lights of the Senate. Veteriaary Surgeon and s of x bankers can do nothing in ' the a week in Coblenz as the guest PAULL DRUG CO, be developed in any way. The Special attention g iven Disease of Goneral Allen, the American ' Mayor J. Hampton Moore, for- the premises without the aid of time has come to change this, Columbia, fty. vDomesti3 Animals commander, attended inspec- merly Senator Penrose's chief the Legislature and it remains to and, if Secretary of the Interior Office at R'esueacfe. l mile o town, o tions, visited the barracks, re- lieutenant in the House, is slated be seen what the Solons will do American soldiers who have Fall can work out a plan for doamitown load; will go far toward ,. viewed the troops and returned to go down with his old' leader. whpn they again meet at Frank-for- t. married German wives have been ing this he 2G. justifying- his appointment. to Berne to tell the officers of the Pennsylvania is to have a new 'Columbia, Ky. Louisville Post ordered home from Rhine.' Stanford Interior-Journa- l. Swiss Army that the American' deal. A recent defeat fo Mr. . "Efficiency First. r BIG I: ?I STOCK . OF CLOTHING old men'and 1 young I receiving I interest at If thing SHOES! SHOES!! ,. 9 i i i BUGGIES AND WACONS. WOODSON LEWIS Buy Your Paint This Way of-fl- ee E-To- 're-sai- ns i GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. - -- Colun 'bia Barber Shop S3 sue-cee- d ECZEMA ! II M M 40 nm nil-- ! CARDUl e C. H. Jones -- - XS--- e. W, VlWS- W- - tt.fr r ' . .i r. 'VVtflM..fcv,. !?' ttf? A HErAmlNtfiES By t. -- 4J5J u.Jr t. 4 r' Wasmngtbn.t.butSthe should not - In a very'few weeks the be given either position. Louis-vill- e lie will know how Democratic Published On Tuesdays women of Adair county will Post. work in the harness. There is t Golan6ia.i Keixtacky-IQUOTAS FIXED,. one woman member and one Louisville and OwensDorb. dig man me'rubefr of .the Democratic $ c. 7? jMS. DAISY! HAMLETT."- - '.Mgr tricts of tine) Louisville Confer- Committee of Adair county, the ence, Methodist Episcoj)al.church membersfcoming from each preJk Pcroocratic Newspaper devoted to the Sputh, willaise, together, thir cinct in the county, two to the the city of Columbia and the People per cent of the confer- precinct. When a woman wills of Adair and adjoining Counties. e ence auota ofl $600,000 in the she wills, and if fahe becomes her work will have much to second Christian Education Movement's if" Entered at the Columba aQ matter. appeal for $33,000,000. for relig do ic arousing the Democracy of iouB education to be promulgat this county." Some people may TGESD. MAY. 37. Ifel. ed from May 29 to 'June 5. The object to women being in poliLouisville district's sum is $114, tics, but under the law they ' SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 000 and that ot the Owensboro have the right to the ballot and ?L50 In' Kentucky district $90,000. Other district also they are entitled to hold of'. $2.00 Outside of Kentucky Bow; fice. In everyycpunty in KenSubscriptions arc due and Payable in Ad- - quotas announced here are line Green. Hopkinsville and tucky there are ambitious worn-ewho read and keep posted in Henderson districts,$84,000 each, 4 "Germany has come across and or 14 per cent; Columbia district, county, State" and National afwill endeavor to meet all drones, and $65,000, 11 per cent;? Elizabeth- - fairs.' iThey made by the Allies, town district, $78,UUU, 13 per we do notbeiieve that a women cent. Financal directors of the loses. cast by raying at the polls . ' "The Adair County News sugwho she is for as between can-- ; gests Hon. James Garnett for districts' and other leaders are fixing the sums to be sub didates. Again, there are of- Governor. Suits us." Stan- now scribed in aeh congregation and fices shecan fill, and if she feels rX i ford Journal. these will be announced at once. like asking for- - position she is doing only what she has a right Rufus H. VanSantj a .wealthy Six Kentucky schools including Logan College, to do under the law. We have jmd prommet Democrat, died at by re- - notTapemocratic lady candidate Ashland last Thursday. He Russellville: are '' forffice in Adair county, but if was 69 years old. suits &ft:heaT)PQah ,v 9&M q w one'should aspire for position, we ,i t s Mr. A a:.'Bedford,.bead of could cheerfully support her, During February and March ' ;tRe. greaStanflard'jOil interests, her qualifications being equal twelve hundred and three illiig distillery plants were destroyed announces that not only is the with the male candidates. by forces of the United States wave of busines,sEdepressjon re The latter part of this week (Southern division) prohibition ceding, butpredicts that an era will close its prosperity is at the Lindsey-Wilso- n enforcement organization. This of world-wid- e two months. hand,- - An dMr. Bedford-- makes seventeenth year. It has been a is some business a good else, to support his very Successful school from the ' The German government, it is claims. The whole world is short start. It is true that flu and learned frpm reliable sources has of the things it needs; a tem- diphtheria got into the school sent an urgent appeal to London porary inability tolpay caused three years ago, and for two praying the British government stocks dfifgoods to"accumulate. terms the attendance throughout to send British troops immediat-J- But these are&iow being taken two years was not up' to the into UpperUSilesia to restore up, and business will be in full standard. This year the school order and force the Poles to re- swing againlby the fall. The was not interrupted by sickness spect the treatyof Versailles. argument is plausible, but the and very successful terms are disturbed condition! of Europe about to come to a close. The Alt the precincts'rin Green operates as the only fly is the greatest in the Lindsey-Wilso- n county elected committeemen ointment. BWill the vexed ques- enterprise that was ever establast Saturday week. On Mon- tion of Germanilreparations be lished in this town, and Columday they met in Greensburg and settled by fall ?jg And when may bia would sadly miss it were it elected C.JH. Nogle, Chairman the world expect to see some to close its doors, which is not and C. E. Graham Sectary. Sev- thing of that "Dew Russia" at all likely. The 33,000,000 eral precincts passed resolutions which is- to rise, Phoenix like, which the . Southern Methodist Calling upon J. Lapsley Wilson from the chaos that now prevails Church expects to raise the first to become a$ Democratic candi in that unhappy country ? jiUntil of next month for Christian eddate, for County Judge, t He some adjustment is made in Rus ucation will be divided among would make a goodfone. sia and, Germany the trade mar- the various Church schools, the Lindsey-Wilso- n receiving- - $70,-00- 0 RepresentativelBen Johnson is kets of the. world are certaib to of that amount. The Edua man who speaks cut in meet- remain in some'disorder Louis cational Board of the Louisville ing. Hecharged, last Tuesday, ville Post. Conference is now figuring on that Col. JohnE. Hunt, comDr. Frank M. Thomas, a wide making the Lindsey-Wilso- n a mandant of the Disciplinary Bar- ly Known anu very popular minJunior College. That would be racks of FortTJay,! Governor's ister of the Southern Methodist the right move and we hope it Island, was whitewashed by a Church, committed suicide last will be accomplished. This is a court-martiresultingfrom his Monday morning at Bowling subscription school, and must be alleged failure to take proper Green by hanging. He was fifsupported by boarding students precautions to prevent the es- ty years old andBhad been in bad for the major part of its existcape of GroveraCleveland Berg-dal- health for sometime which was ence not like a Graded school a draft evader.The charge assigned for his rash act. Dr. as that is kept up .by taxation. "was madebefore theifHouse In Thomas was known to auite a By the way the public and High Mr. number of Columbians, having vestigating committee, School of this place is giving Johnson being a member of said attended two Louisville Confer perfect satisfaction. But as committee. ences at this place, and some long as Columbia and Adair counThe Wall:Street:Journal,which' years ago he preached the Com- ty paid their money for the' esmencement sermon for the Lindsey-- tablishment of the Lindsey-W- il jWas one of the first to get the "He was a very son here, every effort should be news about the selection of Mr. "George Harveyjas American Am- prominent writer and was the made to keep it on the high road bassador to Great Britain, tells editor of the Quarterly Review to prosperity. No hamlet could us that Dr. David Payne Hill has of . the Southern Methodist have a better reputation than to been selected American Ambas- Church. He was also the author be known as a school town. sador to Germany when the time of a number of religious books. Additional Locals comes thatlthisjcountry, through It was believed that he had been hours when his 'body separate peace or other wise, is dead seven Everybody will be in Columbia next entitled to send such an officer to was found. He had evidently Monday. Coming to see Haag's big lost his mind. No one will reBerlin,. It will be a bad appointupon the consecrated life show. ment. Dr. Hill is a man of ed- flect by Dr. Thomas. He had sufA large crowd from this place wit ucation, but his ideas are those led nessed the baseball game at St'. Marys, fered mental and physical agony 'of the old school in diplomacy. until his reason was dethroned. last Sunday. He was believed to have, been His Christian life, the the first choice of Lodge, Pen- did in turning wicked good lie The music that will berednered at men from rose & Co., for Secretary of State the walks ofjain, will not soon Haag's show will be worth the price of admission. bat land fortune spared us that. be forgotten by those who loved He will not do so much harm as him" for the great good he did The big managerle with Haag's Ambassador a Berlin as at the for those who sat . under the show is a great attraction. See lb next Monday. toad of the State Department at sound of his matchless voice. tiboKty ' hevfer S jQnite a lotof tobacco: was received' at this place last week. 'Probably forty wagons loads' the middle of this week, Misa A Julia Enbank will have a new line of hats at popular .prices: Messrs Ores Barger,- John Lee Walker and T. E. Waggener, were elected school trustees' for Columbia Graded School. - SeeTMr Line Voils r Of L. ty-fo- ur - and Organdies in AH Colors! ft Prices 25 to 45 cents per yd. fl. Smith's. Department Store, Cane Valley, Kentucky. ac-iv- -- Post-bffice.- as Johnny Bell, who is a United States soldier, and Mrs. Annie Bell were one day married at the court-hous- e last week. Balloon passed over this place last Friday morninp. It is very high, and kept the stfghtr seers busy for ten or fifteen minutes Haag shows will exhibit in Columbia May the 23 next Monday. Come in the show js larger and '- . better than ever Thc-Mlght- CHURCHILL DOWNS f A.11 n teS m 9 de-man- arer-no- t "Next Monday will be circus' day in Columbia. The Mighty;Haagaggriga, tion' wilfbe' here. Come' to town and i bring your children.. -- (V The subject of the' 'sermon- at. the Baptist church next Sunday morning will be: '.'How much like the Devil a man may be and be a, Christian - Thoroughbred Horses . mAy and-col-leges- , , White's'rtsgm Vermifuge Js cerSokfcbyjPauljPDnig Co. ' to-ben- efit tain destruction to intestinal&vorms. It is harmfess;tPr,children 64-- adults Price, 35c. sey Wilson ,,f 10 StdUes May 30 U I SVI LLE 7 to .'T'HR country' s oldest ai .,- -- jjf f, - " . " Commencement services atHhe Bin- ;A J'V next Fridav xne whole town is invited. The jexercises promises to be very entertaining. 'id 'n I rzrzt' URTUCHT yStunJAy.Miy7lli IE1IT Lost: In the town of Columbia,1 an i Eastern Star ring, between Dr. Mil ler's and the Presbyterian church? -The finder will return to 'r ' Pt course in point of consecutive years of racing, Churchill Downs,! opens for 1921 with the assurance of a. memorable season. lEHTUTESC S&tanUy, Max 7tb ft Miss Susan Miller.; 1' H ;,W.lndT. May llUt Louisville's .historic course; seldom has 'iHi1pitt ItfMCJR i jft interest in thorouehbred racing been so . MAT 14U1 -- umsu'aiMt imKiTHK Never Before .have there been so many'horses of high class quartered at 5turUy. if-- B ' nVir' wideisoread. Vn-S-,'A- - U?rfc-- WltUnm The teachers examination for Adair county will start next Friday morriing at 8:30 a. m , and will continue over Saturday. Teachers are requested to report promptly. Members of Columbia Lodge, Ro. F. and A. M. are requested to be at the meeting, next Friday night. There will be work in the Third Members of sister lodges are invited. 96, SatartUy. KHTKIT UMK3P Mr Sat TIOL Saturday. May 2Mb Utllt f sports. Come and enjoy some of this greatest In the programs ana the flKTHKMTTUIIKtf Monday, May 39t& y for the cornfort of patrons, you will find that the management has done its utmost to make everybody happy. Kentucky Jockey Club Downs Course Churchill Incorporated Military, " An attack of heartburn or indiges tion calls for a dose of Herbine. It relieves the distress instantly and forces the fermented food into the bowels. You feel better at once Price, His, address is National Home, Dayton, Ohio. 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Co. - -- There are quite a number of families' in Columbia who are way behind with their gardening. Most families have in onions, potatoes, peas, beets, but the other necessary seed to make up a garden, are yet to be put in the . For ,e very purpose for. which a a lini ment is usually applied the modern remedy, Liquid Borozenerwill do the work more quickly, more throughly and more pleasantly.' Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Mr. U". al l, Wilson.' F. Montgomery, who many years ago, .was "a citizens of "JamesA bad sprain heals slowly if not pay it a visit last treated with a remedy that has the town, had occasion to week. He "reports that he found the power to penetrate' the flesh Balpeople, as in (days long since gone, lard's Snow Liniment is especially perfectly happy ind contented satisadapted for such ailments. Three fied with their situation envying no sizes, 30c, 60c, and SI, 20 per bottle, people who live in larger towns. He Sold by Paull Drug Co. did not have to dodge automobiles Automobile drivers are becoming while' passing about the square, and too careless about this town. One this fact made him exceedingly happy. came very near colliding with a buggy He met some of the tillers of the soil occupied "by a man and a little boy and they reported that the prospects last Thursday, on Burkesvjlle Street. for a wheat crop were good and that The boy became frightened and fell many farmers were through planting from the buggy and "was considerably corn. The candidates, G od bless them, hurt. said he, were the friendliest set of They had a smile Elliott Graham, ha former Demo- men he ever met. and a handshake for every person they cratic Judge of Green county, died at come in contact and every one of his home on Brush Creek, one day them was perfectly satisfied that he Tie was sixty-eiglast week. years old and a substantial citizen. would win ih the :prirnary.. He was a victim of gangrene which Breeding. . got into one of his feet. He 'was buried with Masonic honors. ht ground. Southern Opilccd Company Incorporated Spectacles and Eye Glasses Kryptok (invisabh bifocal lens) Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky. Odis Reece, of this place, was visiting at the home of D. J. Reece Saturday. Born to the wife of H. L "England a girl. Mother and baby doing well. Gillon Fudge was the guest of ap- Noah Reece Sunday. t Rev. Cay Reece filled his pointment Sunday. at Chesnut Grove, Mrs; J. C. Reece, of this place, Health of this community is was visiting Mrs. Finis Coomer, Saturday of last week Glensfork base good at this writing. of Toria, Monday. n boys bail team and the Kev.JSayburn filled his regular Mr. James Breeding, of this met "on the campus of the latter' It was a stubbornly fought contest, the eppointment Here the first place, was in Columbia one day Lindsey-WilsoSun.-day'-... I game closing 5 to 4 in favor of the t of last week. visitors. Thursday following GlensMr.'L. C. Hindman, a well Miss Mary Reece was visiting! fork met a team made up by Town known tobacco man of Columbia, Filmore Reece, of Columbia, aj ancf Linsey-Wilso- n boys. ,The boys result was 23 to 5 in favor of Glens- was in our. town Thursday of few days of last week. m fork. this 'week. He bought , a few When your breath is bad, appetitay" small crops of tobacco at this Mr. Geo. J. Hurt, who has been poor, and you feel 'blue" and disi confined to his room in the Govern place. couraged, you '"need Herbine. One or rcent Hospital, Dayton, Ohio, imMr. ElbertBreeding, of Wil-- f two doses will set you right. It is a proves very slowly. He is yet unable low-- Shade, was visiting at Richgreat system purifier. Price, 60c. to walk, and it may be months before ard Rowe'sv Saturday. by Paull Durg Co Sold Adv. he can leave, his room. lb will be Rufua Reece imd.owif e5 were in that Mr. Burt got hurt, our town Wednesday of this .Do not fail to see the next ' i Mondays-- . .? -- $ fi wUk. . s near Columbia, almost a year ago. v c-v- -,: - big-sho- aj,r V h fr . .THE .ADAIR COUNT? NEWS Sji - $. .'. IL MND GHS i ? v.. COMING TQ OOLUMBIH . Mar-p-ar- et Adair, Cumberland, Russell Counties, Kentucky. 4 BY E. O:. KEMPER. ' n The J.. B. Doolittle rig which has been located in the vicinity of Gleuville. for,. sometime past, has been moved to the Fred Sparks farm some four miles southeast of Columbia, where drilling operations are being pushed as rapidly as possible. Mr. 0. C. Fink, the well-know- n local drilling contractor, has moved his Armstrong rig to the Creelsboro field where he has contracts to drill several wells' and the work will be rushed to completion as fast as conditions will permit. Notwithstanding the fact that the rig used in drilling the 1,000 foot hole for the Columbia De velopment Company on the Rowe farm, in the edge of town, haB been taken to another location it does not .mean' that the hole will by anymeana beban-donethe as it is giveh'-otit'bjproposition parties back of th that they fully intend; tq 'secure d, r a. more powerful v'rig rantl comproduct! .Thej i" plete a thorougtdeepesf during keting pfptfteir M.cMead eqplej.. shipped lxme , the next few months. barge of oil some'time afc&, but The local Syndicate, mentioned prevailing- prices at trtt time. in these columns last, j?eek, is to. were that they idid''not: good for an unusually fine welLjesss Hospital, Louisville', where he has be managed by Mr. G R. Reed, feel like selling any more of their; Pumping macbiners baa arrived, a daughter who is dangerously ill. of this city, who ynH .'have Enproduct at such figures, prefer- and is being installed, and the Mrs. Mollie Triplett, 'who has been tire charge of the operations of want to ring to await an advance 'in work of- completing YOU certainly and you chIldren- at Somerseb,re money, the wel!U,sjIn.-fceconcern, and- this assures the would like to have better bakings; turned home last Wednesday night. crude prices, which is now here will be rushed as both, stability anosuccessfin the fast as possible. Then use Calumet It's the Mijs O. M. Reed, who.has been con- and witb'a further upward biggest thing you can do to imThe owners are very muchT en flflPfl f"n undertaking. The first drilling loaf- fAliv hor rnnm fnv prove the quality of your bakings The quality of oil pro couraged over the outlook forff, i, ,, ,. ,. , very muun . . and lower baking costs. will be two wells on the Chas.1 lmprov- "eono, is xepuiieu duced there is classed as Somer- production there, Calumet is made in the largand they will and John Campbell farm, near est, most sanitary Baking Powder set light, and commands the top drill several more wells in same kd . Factories in the World. No BakCreelsboro, and adjoining the Misses Willie and Annie Rooney ( A ing Powder is made under better price for that grade. locality. hCole, of Bakerton, are visiting rela Gran. Williams farm where s. conditions none can be better in quality. tives in and around Columbia this great well ,,was brought in a Messrs. S. "S. McGraw, JamesIt contains only such ingrewpek. dients a9 have been officially enshort time since. Mr. 0. C town, N. Y., L. P. Gibson and PERSONAL dorsed by the U. S. Pure Food C. E. Spencer, Warren, Pa., exMiss vDollie Bryant, of Sellersburg, Fink has the contract for drillAuthorities. An absolute Ind., arrived the tirst of last week to it is pure. ing, machinery is now on the tensive operators in different Mrs. Press Miller was in Louisville spend with the Misses ground, and drilling operations fields, arrived here Friday, hav- last week. iifc-Phelps will be in full swine early this ing, driven through in car, Mrs. Chetele fiarger Is visiting relaMrs. E.'B. Barger and little daugha tour of inspection of The Syndicate contem-jo- n week. tives in Paris, Ky. ter, Dorothy, left last Saturday for V , !:.. i,"Stej plate the drilling of other, well thia territory. They are making Mrs. S. P. Miller was quite sjckxhe Petersburg, Fla., to remain several "". . :ttj..j "T &HKtf& 4'.6:'Wgs!JSfea a careful survey of the fields in latter part of last week, ,tu t,a a . months. kUb OIMUV innotr iui.uii;j this section, and they are con- - Mr. E. B. McLean traveling salesMrs Kearnes, who tea daughter of n and extensive Two templating the 'beginning of man, was here a few days ago Mrs. Laura Jackman, and who resides operators, who are at present driliing operations soon on some Miss Julia .Miller? who taught at in Russell county, visited her mother located in the far west, and who of their holdings in Cumberland Hazard, returned home last Saturday. last week. have both the money and the inCounty, near Whetstone. . Dr. H. W. Depp spen several days Dr.kZach Taylor, wife and baby, St m clination to do things in oil deof last week in Jamestown profession' Louis. Mo , arrived a few' days ago Mr. S. L. Ginter, the velopment, have written, differ lt received highest Awards, al. and will spend several weeks with World's Pure Food Exposition, Chiand live wire, operator, past ent parties here within the cago .Paris Exposition, Paris, Mrs. W. J. Flowers, who was very, relatives'. ' who was formerly located here, France positive proof of its superfew days that they expect to sick last Sunday has greatly improvMr. Paul G. Hughes, soa of Mr. E;' ior merit. now sojourning for a time in the ed. Cftlssiet Graii H' Hughes, who resides in isew Y.prkril. arrive in Columbia very soon, It is ..used by more house-- " far west, writes that he expects . Xieslie IJanks, son of Mr. S. 1 Banks, is visiting his father, sister and many wives and domestic scientists than Reel? and when they come they will any other brand. 3 caps pasSry to return here right after June near Cane Valley, was quite sick last Columbia friends floor, 3 lertl teabegin development work in this, It is sold atamoderate price. spoons Calsaet first, and his letter indicates week. BaJangPorrd;34 Mrs. .Leslie Johnson and Mrs u juu uato iu uu is hj conrpare '' territory on an extensive scale. woum ucwnmne now muca you News ofllce a Johnson paid the that he and his associates will Mr. Byron Montgomery spent last oavo uy ouymg uaiumet. Unusual activity is being visit last Saturday. AIt wss the first "get busy" on development Wednesday night with his family Gluten is the muscle building part teaspooa oraase shown at present in developvisit for the latter. of flonrwhich is of greatimportance. work in this territory soon after here. ectiart. Tbcaz3: ment work in Cumberland counTo be sure yon get it in your bak Mr and MrsRobert Catdwell, who Mr. L'eo Baldauf, of Louisville, visit his arrival. ings use plain floor and good baking ty, particularly in the Brush ed the family' of Mr. Sam Lewis last have been in New Mexico for some powder, (not flour). The Wayne county deep' test week. months, returned to thier home, Creek field and at other points. last Saturday.. No less than seven additional .well recently brought in near Hon. Lilburn Phelps was here a Beckham Keene,of Gradvville, who drilling rigs are reported to be Mill Springs, referred to in these few days ago, en route to his home in is a brother of Mr. Elmer Keenethis probably remain here until fall. Both Miss Allye Garnett,. " at on the way to that section, and columns last week, is located, oh Jamestown: place, and who was dangerously ill the old and the young were glad to Williamstowtt, and MIs& Thomssao' Mr. W. S? Feese, wife,, and baby, the next few weeks will witness the Sam Henninger farm on last week, reported better. see him 'He reports that he left his Garnetr, who taught at Boston, 3vj. Meadow Creek owned by Chi- Dayton, Ohio, are spending ten days operations being pushed to the Mr. M. T.' Watts and wife! who father, mother and the remainder of have returned home. with relatives here. limit. Among the rigs reported cago parties, and 'the local af- in sgenb three weeks with relatives in the family "well. Mr. Tom Bailey, Who is engaged:Miss aiaLtieJVilllams, whahas-.eefairs of the concern are being the brick business at Corbip, was Columbia, left for their home, Memare, one for Mr. T. W, Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robertson, of New in Louisville for several weeks, hac3te phis, Tenn , a few days ago. ' Louisville, who will drill several managed by Mr. Chas. T. Dow, here a few days ago Mexico, arrived last Saturday and turnn-- i home. While fchero. who makes his headquarters . at Mr. Morrison Jones and sister, fMrs. wells for Louisville capitalists on Mr: S? E. "Shively and Mr.Albin stopped at the home of Mr and Mrs' went an operation and- hescondhirfc. Law-sonBurnside, Ky." !r. Dow reports Geo. Parrish, of Burkesvlile, were Murray left Monday morning Tor Geo. F Scults They will remain Is now much improved. the C. H.. Williams farm in Manchester, Ky., to, attend a meeting Bottom; two for Johns & that the. Beaver sand was found shopping in Columbia "Monday. long enough to meet all their relatives Messrs W. R Myers Hermarr Mrs. J. O. Bussell and .her daughter, of the Panama Coal Company. who are connected at a depth 351 feet, Devonian Patterson, and friends ,Mr Robertson jsasdn R. A. Myers Catherine, left Friday morning to' visit )zst Mr. and Mrs J. O. Winfrey, who of Mr. H. K, Robertsonfa with the Scnabelitz Oil Com shale at 360, through cap rock relatives in Deckard, Tennessee. week, prospecting They motored have been spending" several months pany, one rig to be located on at 2120, first pay; encountered at Mr. Jo Ivnifiey is taking a few dajs Lebauonf Bardstortmr Cumberfarm, on 2125, second pay at 2150, and Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Republican with relatives here and in the A. A. Morrison before the. first of June, when he and-- number of other place- s- .Fiscalcandidate Kf or State's Attorney, was land, county, left last 'Wednesday, on rest ly, Mr. Myers, said:.- - 'Roys, we- walti Dry Fork of Brush Creek, and bottom or latter at 2169. The here Monday, en route for Liberty. ' their return for Detroit, Mich., where will enter the milling .business He now v take in Louisville, one on the Hiram Kash farm, total depth of the well is 2180 Eld. F. J. Barger, who was taken their daughter, Mrs. Calvin Cox re- will be greatly missed- from, the Bank then return-tColombia, ' of Columbia. This week be and Mrs. of Goose Creek; one for feet, with 1500 feet oC oil. A quite, ill last Thursday, is. reported sides. north They aliagrM, yet .Mr. Jo M. ..Harris, Weet P,oint;1 Xnifley. jire. visiting relatives at reacttto?home- - In--, tore 'Mr. J. V., Brooks, .Louisville, fine quality' of "clemr; hard snd much better, but' ,Quite feeble. . .. i.,. A ! "lii J IMU 17il mlll M WBU, " ""' hKnfly andvotherspdihl8 iathe chanty..' th4k sever iwlla for is reported, and indications .tre-- ilnflM J P. nrtir 1. af tWlMnr ' .. who will drill an Ohio Syndicate on the Hicks farm, Brush Creek; one for Maj. Gartlin to be located on the farm of the heirs of Taylor Allen, Big Renox Creek, of a mile about from the Old American well; two rigs being moved from Warren county by Mr. A. A. Free, Bowling Green, exact location tft 3i ' ih not known but thought to be iB some where on Big Renox Creek. Russell county activities at present seem to "be confined principally to the. Creelsboro fielS where a great deal of work is being' done, and with the promise of much additional as soon as machinery can be gotten; on theground', as inquiries are coming from many sections for contractors to put down) wells. :b bwjuv- Both the McMead Oil Company and the Beacon Oil Synidate, -v imt with several goodvlwells ! located "' on Campbell Brother's farm, are getting "everything' in proper! shape for? the .pumping anil mar-- j . three-quarters If d i239MBfln HflULfHW . ui SASHL Un&Mr1 1 HIA MMPttLLT tttfM t Ml BBrJagfyjLi a JvV w3Lw!jB rC&sSi JB wftA TL C t mm - ih&. :lMiivAt:pp.M. -" kara"-m m .ar IMSSNmsT-iiPSMAi-cyTt'i jnuHuiairiui r. " f e, I jafflBHBjrt v t'z. -s- --- iifi r b& i mttiv i Krjv Tit'ir rjr- - zx. u. .' ' -- ,j - W mi!1 ' wiwwwwiilijf fciiilliiiiBkillJ.lilglJ.ftiii. M&mMSSMLrj: .. hfaif?: A ?R .' I' ' ' ir.. Monday, fflaX , Lar ger and r 23 1921 Better Show - so-lo- - - - ten-denc- y. -- - -- guaran-teeth- at some-day- s ,BBBipS&ii i M j -- ' " N . ; JBf. well-know- . well-kno- BAKING POW ik '! CALUM B JFgf-diKiaKgwe37-je.wnmma j -i- ssiiiyfiPJl wn '- -- . -' Mor-riso- n v-- uu " Wi - Mill-tow- n, . wha-taug- - - f- i - ahe-naJe-T - 's -- Bxtr-netta- nd madd-atou- p a - - o - , X' !. . 1 . C' w- -. $ - ' 44, V-- r" 0 r ' ,""fc$C;S " t AMIR county NE&S - -- Aneuncements. tFOK CIECUIT JUDGE , i" re authorizsd to announce that Carter, of Monroe county, is a to the office csacdtikte for at Orcuit Court Judge in this the 29th district of Kentucky, subject W J2- - C. etc the Republican primary, to be held cl-3rs- t Saturday August, 1921. ero a We commonwealth's attounky are authorized to announce that A ci'-..iut-y, etc viCT'Uiy Cn pti-ican this the 29thJ Judicial dls-c- ti kA, subject to thelactionjof the Re primary to be held the first tirday in August, 1921. Huddleston, of Cumberland is a candidate for office of Commonwealth's At lie A.. AS For Sheriff. ...cai-vyteisse- w ire authorized to announce that 8. Patteson is a candidate for riSC of Adair county, subject to 'sj.i .action of the Republican party, at the August primary. d ' We are authorized to announce that Seo.lCoffey is a candidate for Sheriff subjact to the action stSSlRenublican party.llexpressea at cllf.??i'bst primary. authorized to announce J. Woiford, of Casey Creek, a candi- H 23. fct.i3 for sheriff of Adair county, to the action of the Republican At Jerusalem in a clash between the Jews and Arabs 20 were killed an 150 injured. We are authorized to announce that All of the money taken from the C. Gowen, of Sparksville precinct, is a Auburn bank has been recovered exosittdidate for Sheriff of Adair county, cept $215.00. to the accion of the Republi-st.- u Xing Constantino is about to abdiprimary, to be held Saturday, &ugust. cate from the throne at Athens and flee from Greece. For County Judge Gold has been discovered 40 miles north of Ottawa, Canada, and 3,000 ""We sr authorized to announce Geo. CEHerriford a candidate for Judge of elaims have already been staked. fCti Adair County Court, subject to France has already spent three bilof the Republican primary lion for reconstruction and is facing ifiita action ii be help the first Saturday in Au- - ruin if Germany fails to pay its debt. Secretary of the Treasury Mellon w'e are authorized to announce that urges Congress to make four distinct'Waiter S. Sinclair is a candidate for ly outlined changes in the tax laws preelection to the office of County Walkouts were to be called In all to the -of Adair county,-subjec- t dally newspaper offices where the 44 .r&et ion of the Republican primary to ;Cbe sid Ihe'f.j-s- t Saturday in August. hour a week, was not accepted by the publishers. .fob County coukt clerk A waterspout 2,640 feet high forced an ocean steamer to change its course ""fl are" authorized to announce Mr. for several hours to keep from being 3i:.gham Moore a candidate"for Coun try Court Clerk of Adair County, sub- sunk by it. ject, to the action of the Republican The United States Government is f333xGy,as expressed at the primary, shortly to Bell its left over war goods tSrstSaturday in August. which are estimated in value at one billion dollars. We are authorized to announce Mr. Germany is seeking to use the Unita5. C. Neat a candidate for ed States as a crutch and if it can sec&3 County Court Clerk of Adair Coun-Ttsubject tottie action of the Re- cure an open door at Washington will cpubKcan party, as expressed at the ignore the Allies. pprlmacy, first Saturday in August. Joe Cherry, the notorious moonshiner, was killed on the Tennessee tOTo-arauthorized 'to announce that line not far from Tompkinsville last 'SKsS'JGhrtstine Nell, of Gradyville, Is a drunken brawl. .x candidate for County Court Clerk of night in JLdalr-county- , sublect to 'the action of Only four printing firms in Louis Republican party, expressed at viile have been affected by the printers strike and employers, claim that tfee August primary. the strike is a complete failure. ' We are authorized to announce that rJSea.W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is James Baily, the feudist, is to be Mf. Vernon for the murder ..2. candidate for the office of County tried at White, at the present . Court Cierk of ;Adair county, subject of Beverly of Circuit Court. term .Republican &s the action-of-thto be held the 'first Saturday in The best creamery butter is now &UUSt. selling at 35 cents retail in Louisville and threatens to go lower on account FOB JAILER. of the immense stock in cold storage. sub-jgei-- c. -- pre the Ruhr and the English are makMr. Ulis Garrett .sold' ;to Mr. ing a demonstration in the North Sea Lambert Sanders four calves for We are' authorized to announce W. to force Germany to pay its indemnit- $90. y.- By action pf the 'Supreme CounA. Coffey a candidate for to theoffice of County Attorney of cil ten days in the last limjt granted. Third District Convention. Adair county, subject to tne action of Olive Hill, Miss Mar?Burchetf,-o- f the Republican primary, to be held was awarded a verdict In the Carter the first Saturday in August. The following is the program county Circuit Court for $2,000 against Dr. J. M. Rose, who jilted her after of the Churches of Christ which FOR TAi COMMISSIONER fifteen years' courtship, marrying two will convene May 27-21921, We are authorized to announce Rol-Ii- n other-womein the meantime. , with the Chestnut Grove church B. Patton a candidate for Tax county, sub- . Nellie Hardy, 13, of Irvine, with a near Elroy, Adair county: . Commissioner of Adair ject trfrth.e action of the Republican baby in her arms was shot dead by Friday Evening Session. party, expressed at the August pri- Thomas Hutcherson, who shot at 7:30 Devotional mary Go ebel Hiram Hardy, the victim's brother. The girl stepped out on the porch Clayton. FOR MAGISTRATE "" 7:45 -- Why Have District Conjust as the shot was fired and received We are authorized to announce that the bullet in her breast. ventions? Z. T. Williams. B. O. Hurt is a candidate for Magi8:00 Address State Work. strate in District No. 2, composed of Picnic. 4 Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and Lecture-Situa- tion 8:30 Stereoptican precincts, subject to the Ozark voting and Task W. J. Clarke action of the' Republicaan primary, The farmers of this place are 6 August Appointment of Committees. making preparations for planting: .Saturday Morning Session. corn. News Items. 8:00 Conferences. ' Mrs. Rich .Dillon and little Mrs. Z. T. The following items were compiled daughter, Allie Breeding, and by Elizabethtown News: Mrs. Fred Simpson were visiting Williama.i The United States will not send an at the home of the former's par9:15 Has Woman Come info envoy to the Vatican. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patter- Her Own? Mrs. R. F. Rowe. The strawberry crop near Paducah 9:40 Address State worker son last week. is reported as damaged Mrs. W. R. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Cheatham The Knox peace resolution passed 10:15 Training for Leaderthe Senate Saturday by a vote of 49 to were visitingat Mr. 0. E. CheatFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. in The Louisville ' COURIER-JOURN- AL 9, n The Great Paper of the Southland " is ably edited; it is sane and digl nified in its handling of news;, it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- The the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journsurpasses all its competitors in equipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Pres3 dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. al 9:00-Devot- ional No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special arrangements we are now able to offer Courier-Jouru- al one-thir- d. The Daily ship Kirby Smith. ham's last Sunday, 10:45 Christian Stewardship Mr. M. Petty made a business trip to 'Columbia one day last H. B. Gwinn. 11:15 My Teaching is not Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Strange Mine Homer W. Haislip. were visiting at Glensfork last Noon Lunch. Saturday and Sunday. Afternoon Session. 1:15 Reports from Churches. The singing at Independence last Sunday P. M. was largely at1:45 Orphans' Home Period. tended and all reported a nice 2:30 Address Elbert Webb. How Apply Group Evan, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Petty gelism to the Third District L. spent last Sunday at Mr. Nolan C. Young. 2:50 AND THE Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia week. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later da'te, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. time. If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for" The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. sub- Petty's. Sallie Cheatham, of Amandaville, spent a few days of last week at the home of her brother, J. D. Patterson. A anrnriHP dinner wan nnrnnri ,. J at mrc. J. kj. vjiDoon s last sun-dait being her anniversary. Messrs. J. O. Hadley and Morgan filled their regular appointment at Mr. Stott's last Sunday. Mrs. K. C. B. S. A., -- State Worker N. K. McGowan. 3:15 Jae ., ' .:. -- y, sixty-seven- th Her-sch- el Evening Session. 7:30 Devotional L. C. Reece 7:45 Does the Gospel of the New Testament meet the World's need now? F. J. Barger.' 8:10 What should be the atti tude of the churches . to the United Missionary Societies? W. B. Taylor. should be the at titude of the churches toward Christian Education? J. Q. Montgomery. 8:35v-Wh- at SOUR NEW STORE! & Fairplay. & e tte ' e pii-.acar- We are authorized to announce tSsanfcWolford Miller, of the Eunice igrealnct, a candidate for Jailer of Adalrcounty, subject to the action of tfihe Republican primary, to be held in The International paper mills have olosed down on account of a strike of the pulp workers, who are refusing to accept a cut of thirty "per cent, in .August,. ' . their wages. ?: . -- ' FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. ," Circuit Court the 't. '.&cialr county, subject to the Clerk action "" 'oC. tW are authorized to announce Winfrey M The fifteen per cent, cut by the United States Shipping Board of seamen and warf workers will not be accepted by the unions and a strike may follow. a candidate for ? Alex Campbell Chewning, Zx.x aged Mrs. Mary Gadberry, of Gad-berr- y, days and sajs he is j2BeIlepubllcan primary to be held 25, has fasted-3was visiting relatives at not hungry. He began his fast at Cinba first Saturday in August, 1921. cinnati because he had neither money this place last week. Mr. Thomas Green sold his tS are authorized to announce W. or work. TK. J2rlce a candidate for Circuit M. C. Kerfees, of the Christian Rev. farm on the Crocus road to Mr. of Adair county, subject Couc.-Clerchurch, saidJn his sermon at Louis Republican party, Melvin Earles. Price $1,000. chesaction of the seventy-five-pexpressed t the primary the first ville Sunday, that cent, of the, outcast women dated Master Elwood Rosenbaum, Saturday in August. dancing. their downfall from who has been on the sick list for office of of of The farmers are getting behind with their work on account of so much rain. The boys of this place have organized a baseball team. Mr. Z. L. Bennett and F. O. McClister are on the sick list. Born to the wife of Milton Wheat on April, 30th a boy. Born to the wife of W. L. Bennett on May 1st, a daughter. Mr. Wm. Thompson and family of Glensfork, spent Saturday and Sunday with the families of W. L. and Z. L. Bennett. Mr. Lander Mclntier, who has been laid up with lagrippe for two weeks is able to be out again. Mr. Melvin Earles sold about N 75 acres of his 150 acre farm lying on the waters' of Burnes' Creek to Mr. Robert Burbridge, consideration $1,000. Wheat is looking extra good in this community. Lord's Day. Morning Session. 9:30-B- ible 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, School-- N. K. Mc Gowan, superintending. 10:45 11:15 The Lord's Supper. Sermon W. J. Clarke. we Newberry Goes Free. can serve you better than never in your need for the narrow margin of five to four in the Supreme Court of the United States Truman H. Newberry evades the peniten tiary sentence given him after a jury trial for alleged violation of the corrupt practices act, and at that Mr. Newberry escapes By WALL PAPER, . RUGS, LINOLEUM DRAPERIES CARPETS and & , liubbuch Bros. Weliendorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street t - er JJOR k. COUKTY ATTORNEY. .1 Jun-iiu- s wawautboilzedtoftiiBoaDce County QsACOCk a candidate for .Atteraey of Adair County, subject to dfoe-tttioao- ' .j Wd. Auf ut 6th. tbe Republican p&rft, to f 3ncptM6ed at tbe Augwt primary to The trial of It. L Pruitt, for the a year or two with tuberculosis murder of Judge Baird, was delayed of the bone, is not as well as at Shelbyville by a flaw in the indict- usual Jthis week. ' ment, which made it necessary for the Mr. Amos Loy and Silas Cun-dif- f, grand jury to return another true bill. our lively" horse swappers, The trial is now on. The French have sent two divisions are having a good trade. largely on a technicality. The Supreme Court does not hold that the charges failed of proof, but denies to Congress the power to impose such penalties for vio lation of laws applicable to party primaries. No sane person has ever ques tioned the fact that Mr. Newberry defeated Henry Ford for from United States" Senator Michigan almost entirely by the use of money. Mr. Ford had more money than Mr. Newberry, but he did not spend his, and nearly won without 'spending anything. Mr. Newberry and his friends .raised an enormous sum of money, and through its use managed to secure ?a scanty plurality in the Republican primary. Louisville Post., The Adair County News $1.50. One of the Best Stores of Louisville, :X.W Ky. ttttlXWX?S aaoQOODQODia&ia H Accept oXoyjxvioy4o Hg HENRY g 9 No Substitutes lot g W. DEPP, SI Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Thedford's BLACK-DRAUGH- T ' Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. All Vork D Purely Vegetable D Office: Guaranteed a Liver Medicine 1 f.s DD DS next door to post office. BBDBaBBflBOaBD AdafrCaunt News $1.50; OUR WORK GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. IS UP-TO-DATE I ,mh "S&asss .jLi H" LljU ."- T ADAIR COpNIY NEWS EVERYTHING I ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood SAVING THE SEEDLINGS above the ground it was to be warm and sunny, but under the earth, where lived Mr. Mole, it was still chilly and dark. Old Mre. Earthworm was just beginning to stretch herself, for sh6 was hungry, but thinking that it, must be rather early for the young Seedlings to be In condition for her to enjoy she turned over to take another nap. But the Seedlings were nearer ready than - Mrs. Earthworm thought already their little legs anil arms were reaching out and above to get to the light and old Mr. Root, who had weathered many a summer and winter, vfas warning them to be careful. arms that they tickled Mrs. UartU- worm, and over she flopped. OUTSIDE and American Fence. Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. .Incorporated CO- - Where One Gallon ' Equals Two Quality pacity and Green Seal ' of so-call- fteap'Pdin m V 116 Caat MatKci Streei Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. CYCLONES-WINDSTOR- MS CYCLONES INSURE TO-D- AY, NOW, Measured by covering calength of wear, one gallon of Hanna's Paint proves itself equal to two gallons "cheap" paint. And there's a reason : viz., no paint can be better than the ingredients that go into it. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT contains only highest grade ingredients, universally recognized as necessary in making good paint. If a paint is sold at a ridiculously low price it simply means that it is lacking in these necessary ingredients and contains cheap adulterants. The exact formula is printed on every package does tell! ed f?rw WyprfSA' 'SCtFYS. lllllBMl,IU nan WJS0V7 of Gr.een Seal. trW Sold by I the Storm. Government Reports Show That No Locality Before Is Immune. A ? sZitvL l SjicS&jmL "What was that?' she .aid: and stretching herself. "W'eiaJ. if I haven't overslept; here it is tiine-- I was up and eating; come,, come" she called to her family; "get ap-- . are almost raady to go oux. and there you are all sleeping." In a few minutes all of Mr. IUrrt worm's family were nipping th le3 ri& and arms of the young Seedl.m now were really frightened au-ing for help. Old Mr. Root could, not h- - Ip t! nrs;: there was only one who ti.ulO toil that was Mr. Mole and Mr. i: Vtcvr where he lived; it was not far froxm I his home, and he managed t him a wireless message, telling Hfis tlwi-Seedlinu of flie poor Seedlings trou-?sMr. Mole jumped out of . iT aisJi ran through his tunnel, for rtc JiikJI ' known about the family of Mr u eta ahd intended to get soon as they awoke; but he, oo, ftsrifc overslept that morning. In a few minutes he wa on t&e scene and not many of tl escaped, for Mr. Mole is qnicSE: s. and sure and very fond; o'l "Ban--worms EaiB--worm- DAVIS HARDWARE CO aBBBaBnnDBnBBIOBBDDBBBBDBBn Policy with this Agency Gives You Broad Coverage at a Low Cost. REED BROS. Iusurance In All Its Branches. g 5 D O U Colds a Headache Black-Draug- g D D Q COLUMEIA, KENTUCKY- - Jf n "For yearis we have used ht in our family, fend I have never found any medicine that could take its place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of BradyvilIe,Tenn. Mr.Sta- cy, who is a Rttffrierford County fanner, recommends Black-Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- hold for ese in fie prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- vent the from developing into serious troubles. n 5 5 O B g HAIL 0 . FIRE In Barn Q Q In Field One n , BLACK DRAUGHT,! jjB -""ft THEBFORD'S I n n g 2 "The first thing you know you awake your enemy, Mrs. Earthworm," he told them; "keep quiet and do not kick out with your little fibers or she will be upon you with her Avhole family and you never will see the light." But the Seedlings wjere young; this Avas Iheir first season and they did not know Mrs. Eartfctvorm, nor did tiiey fear anything, for, of course, they did know as 'much as old Mr. so they paid vao attention to his warning. If Airs. Earthworm had, not wade "her bed so close no that of the Seed-'linit might not have happened, but ste ditJ, and by sand by the Seedlrngs sgot so squirmy and reached ont so Tar with tuelr little fiber Segs snd R-oe- le disappeared the Seedlings thanked and told him that they would have had a- chance to set1 ttts? light If he had not' come'to their rescMr-Mo- When the last of their - enemfe.-- fiifrtS bbt" ue. "That Is all rlght,"r replied Mr; Mole-- ; "It was no- trouble at all, and anyr time you see one of those 'fellows JnsT" - nt gs call on me."" fo iC& "How did" you know-wherMr. Roo4,. him?" the Seedlings-askefor they knew he had sent the message thaf brought help to them. Oh! T know all about his IW&tt "axsj. and he makes his fortress ctEaz so air T Had to do was to word fie was wanted," said Mr "you take- my advice and don r Ifft your legs and arms reach out so fiirr you- are sure to tickle one t C rnxtr Earthworm family and you set- wnaK happens when you do." f d n: sf r - - - (Copyright.) CAR LEAPS OVER OBSTRUCTIONS lnii inif m mi .i ip mi mi nan rri h - - B Insurance Policy Protects every Minute w ym H Q Q n 2 touches the liver and 'does the work," Mr. Stacy 8 jg declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a " cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our v mZ family if it wasn't for ht It has saved us many I doif t see how any family can hardly go with- - D dollars out it I toiow it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep Q ht highly and am , in the house. I recommend never without it" ... Black-Draug- Black-Draug- At all druggists. IN. Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE Accept No Imitations 1.81 Ts. - "" Children Born At 1 i1 i $ Nl' 7K Sea. W. X xs t f . PRICE, Agent Insurance MX Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of rc 7R W. B. PATTESOJN GENERAL INSURANCE Inter-nationa- l t MadefoMeasure Clothes. COLUMBIA, In Choosing Candidates. Second Floor Jeffries Building. - - 38TY. We notice where a candidate for jailer in one of the Western '- -' Kentucky counties,' in his announcement cardindorses, the principle of union labor favors good roads, and believes in economy in the administration of government. He also adds that he has a large family. What his position is on the Yap controversy is not stated, neither does he give us any idea of what he conceives to be the proper fijrure for the Genman' repara tions, but aside from these sub-tie evasions, he lias taken a bold, unequivocal stand on all the vital issues that concern the body This makes us wonder how long the voters are to be buncoed by this sort of chaff. If they would remember to apply only the Jeffersonian standards: "Is he honest? Is he capableb?" what an improvement there would be in the public service! No candidate should be elected because he is a good and beams upon the voters now of both sexes with a smile that will constantly expand until the returns begin to come in. Above Counly Pride. all don't elect the man who is just a "clever fellow." .Select County pride asserted itself for each position the candidate whose personal integrity and last week in Woodford county whose qualifications will overbal when A. N. Razor, acting, as he ance those of his opponent That believed, "in the good .name" is the patriotic way to make your of his county, withdrewvfrom choices in Hardin county on ! the race for Jailer and left a August 6. E. Town NewB. -- hand-shake- r, With three more passengers than she had when she put out to sea from Cherobarg, the liner Adriatic arrived yesterday afternoon. The stork flew out over the deep to her last Sunday and hours was very for thirty-sibusy. Mrs. Isaac Deutch became the mother of a boy. Capt. Ham-- 1 bleton decided' the infant should' be named Baltic, after one of, the White Star liners. The next day a daughter was bom to Mrs. IsaaclRabin. Capt. HambleDon named her Adriatic, for his own ship. A few hours Cater Mrs, Isaac Brailenu presented her husband with a girl also. This Miss was such a bouncer Capt. Hambieton called her Olympic. All three mothers, each with a husband named Isaac, are Roumanians, and were steerage passengers. Parents and children will bte taken to Ellis Island. Dr. Douglas Marae, assisant surgeon on the Adriatic, helped out the stork. He said he believed he broke the ocean record. x clear field for Mrs. John H. Ed-- 1 ger, the incumbent. It will be recalled that Mrs. Edger's husband was jailer and was removed by Gov. Morrow, following tne lynching of a negro, taken from the Versailles bastile. The County Judge of promptly appointed Woodford c 11 .mtuiriui i nftt lmejition t. .i i. t At A'ineer, icakes vt posstbk' for anj I'gh' tfii leap nrouh the air " Mrs. Edger'to fill out her hustructions. The (device in the rear of tin; macbine- does tlu irick. The band's unexpired term, and now i showc a test can, equipped with th t (mushier device, nipjitng- a n she is a candidate for the full Earls 'receatly. The device contfoiQed from the chauifeur's sent. v fa term of four years. '" START OF CHi'VMPIONSHIP RACE x In his card of withdrawal, J6 expresses his, "resentment over the abuse sought to be iJ "i.v heaped upon the county-- ' and calls out hiB friends to support, 1 Mrs. Edger. Kentuckians have a strGng local pride, whether it be represented by town, county or v iv s. - - ' JRa-sn- c "A i :r ?frf State; We raaont-- n nlnr Jinon -. .i tne otace Dy cnose living ueyouu its borders, and likewise we are . r- 5 , I 1 ' Ua. ,3SiBfssVL;M?Ss S aniiK ?- ruiLjmMmiwdWJir s55KslidlJsJws5SailS s ss ij&mi Hor . - - .rsA;xtss'-?.;sss,ft.eKs- mtsjBKrK3mammr'wmMsmxsMmi!amK ready to rebuke a criticism of our county or town from those who are not a part of us. Kentuckians believe in to the last letter, and frequently the just and proper interference of exotic authority is regarded as meddling and intrusion. We venture to predict that whether Jailer Edger was blameless or not in the recent lynching affair, his popularity has not suffered to any great degree among his home people,, and that his wife will be elected difficulty. without News. j "self-determinatio- n" tl; grandstund it tiie stair oi t' .National uuto cliati race at the Lor Angeles speedway. The eyent was, won; by Ralph dt PxlSaa at an average speed of 107 miles per hour a new reaQrdJfor-.caro theJJSSi inch class. Scene rron: s '- - - ! ' The United States may name j Parents are held responsible an UDserver"t to sit witn the for the enforcement of.the curfeiw.- Supreme Council. , .ft iaw in Chicago; t . - ... RailroaoS earnings for the E-To- month of April showed an crease of 7.48 per. cent. Uhe Chicago Board of Arbitral pxhrteiir $ in- -, tion- - has reduced th wages &J25 ek pr r-- 5r, T f- i. :'-?- t' 3f$r 8 r j. f ' Whlpplc Creek, Arizona. vLv:- "' r - May "7, 1921. jEditorNews: "Welt, as it has been quite iaak time since I wrote a few Snes'te the Adair County News, rill now try and write a few don't know very much tUmt would be of any interest to you people, but I will do the vitv best I can to interest you. Perhaps you would like to hear ft? ..bpufc this country in which I atn located. "It is a mighty fine country for health. It seems ,!i'- the largest per cent, of the papulation around the little town of Prescott are Tuberculars. ,.Sfmeof them have been here for years and some of them not very long. The elevation of Pres- n ..oottis about 5,350 feet above s?a level and the air is pretty Ifsrht Some people can't stand the elevation around minis part of the State and liave to go farther south, but I like it here very much. I enjoy being in the mountains and .there is plenty of them here. I have been here a aonth and it never has rained a drop since I came here, but there has been plepty of snow for the last two or three days. Jt seems kinder Odd to have snow the 7th of May, but in this country they seem to be used to uat. One nice thing about this part of the country it gets a TOinn in the day time, but you have to put your blankets on at night. A person can sure sleep at night. The trouble of most people is when they come out here for their health, they ster here a few months, and get fco feeling so good they imagine they are well and go back east, jand get back in poor health again- - Of course, it is very hard to tay away from friends and lov ,d ones out here among the Mexicans and Spaniards and Indians, and most ever other kind of people imaginable. I very often get the blues myself and Just can't hardly ensure them, - yet. So, I believe I would have been better off if I had never started to hunt anything better than I once had there in old Adair county at Craycraft, Ky. Of course it takes experience to r teach a man anything, and I firmly believe I have had plenty of teaching,' so if nothing happens in the near future sometime, hope to be back with my friends in Adair county to live. Best wishes to you all, I remain Your friend, Garrett Murrell, Whipple Barracks, Prescott, Arizona. Glensfork. Corn planting is the " order of of Mrs. last Wednesday night. He1 found his lather very, low. Mr. Albert Bryant went to Bowling Green on business'last ' week. Mr, John White, one of our ;adir:idqunty news; a'1 .I?-Sarah Blair,at Gleiiville, . - v. I , "Afv I' ,'!. &$' ufylj.. vr E5 hustling' traders, was in the Sano country buying cattle lasfr week. ' - Mr. Jesse Bryant is doing a 'i good business with his mill. r t f - , . -- ' v, tM J the day. 'For the' doctor, salesman, contractr Wheat" and oats are looking fine in this community. the Ford Coupe means Born to the wife of Altha 'J. s Miller, April 29th, a boy. more calls, per day in less time, A small child of Mr. Crisman protection from weather, A?. Powell's has been .very sick. ample roominess and comfort, A' .; Vaite jt A Taylor and daughter Mrs. Bod -- a car of modest, businesslike,' refinement .and elegance. ' vj vwr Opal and Mrs. Lula Jones visited .j. Mrs. Artie Balinger last Friday.;. Aiii- -. t. is the car of Above all, r Mrs. Annie Brockman was vis-- ! iting at Jamestown last week. lie "engine has the power, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Jj0.v were A. shopping at Gadberry last Ths- We yq'ur'; caiv on. the road. $'We sellQ-eday. MrW. B. Walker has purchas.uine "Ford ed of. .Mr. M. E. Blair his gaso-lin- e mill at this place. c V'fT TiU'.Ji. Mr.., J. W. Jones has accepted :? a position as clerk in Mr. W. H. -Hammond's dry goods store at J INCORPORATED this place. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Cane Valley Mr. Green McKinley is very ..L. low with a cancer on his face. ' Mr. Frank Rice and4 wife, of Mrs. S. V. Wilkinson is very Campbellsville, visited' here Sunsick at this writing. The Hard Luck Mill Company day. doubt in the mind of the people Ray Smith, of but there is coal in this country, Mr. and Mrs. have put in a set of burrs and EAGLE "MIKADO" Pencil No. 174 Campbellsville, were visiting the but they have never been able to will grind every Saturday. latters parent, Mr. Willie Page, sum up courage to develope it. Mr. Ray Strange is erecting a &AKM9 Sunday. While the people are very much new yard fence which will add For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades Mr. Creed Pollard and sons interested now since this disASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND considerably to the looks of his EAGLE MIKADO were here delivering tobacco to covery has beenmade, Mr. Wilhome. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK our local buyers. son has had a jmmber of very Kelsay Bros Tjhave gone into Sublett Bros.shipped a carload flattering propositions made him. the poultry business. of fine hogs to the Louisville We feel sure knowing our citiThere was a young folks zens as we do, that there wjll be foreign born; to develop closer Res. Phoe but I try to look on the brightest market. Busfness Phone of Mrs. Ida national and social unity; to teach side of the picture all that I can, R. L. Judd and T. F. Corbin a stock company organized and Sunday afternoon. the priviliges. duties and responbut people are funny about Marshall last N Or. attended the singing at Bol- develop this new menterprise. All present spent an enjoyable mm sibilities of American citizenship; things like that. I believe the lards Chapel, Sunday. They reA Splendid Offer. afternoon. to stimulate the interests of the best of us at times get in the port, fine singing and. they know DENTISTyoung in this country in the imblues. I suppose I never will Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mar- singing when they hear it. Here is a proposition we make to $ set that old desire out of me to- shall, of Ohio, are visiting the Our farmers are moving along readers, who want a city paper, bub do portance of military training, as to the individual taking formers mother, Mrs. Ida ' a benefit not want a daily: come back to old Kentucky to fine with theirjcorn planting, but Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. this place. at We will furnish the Adair County such training, and as an asset live. I have been in quite a few report poor prospects for tobacco k News and the St. Louis vital in the problem .of national states from Kentucky to the Miss Katherine Bennett is plants. UP STAIRS. .' Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in defense, never, some better at this writing. west coast and I have Many of our wheat fields are Kentucky. To subscribers living in To show .the, public by actual found any place like dear old Mr. and; Mrs. James Letcher COLUMBIA, KY affected with rust to such and other States $2.40. example that camp instruction of Kentucky it seems like where a and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Globe Democrat 'the extent: that the yield will be the kind contemplated will be to person was born and reared is Joe Morgan and little son, Mr. is one of the best and newest papers shortened 50 per .cent.: " depublished in this country.. We do not the lifting of their sons, will hard to beat in his estimation. I and Mrs. Willis Loy and Mrs. S n.hnll-(nof- - this i'l' Sundaysctidol li mill ,! mentally iiUUW HOW JUUg uiiio iuuyuaimuu mi velop them physically, have been back there two or P. Abel and family were visiting 'The place-argrowing in number and j0ia g00d, therefore, if you want the and morally; will teach American and average general intelligence. three' ..times since my father Rollin Webb and wife lasi Sun -- The scope of "instruction is: papers, call or send m your subscrip interest. "t ' ism in its true sinse, thus stimu- Elementary and uniform away about four years day. moved traint p Mrr'Alviri Ross'enp thewell tion at once. lating patriotism and enjoyed ing and instruction for all candiago and it. seemed like I Prof J. V: Dudley will sing at any place this place Sunday afternoon May known Sunday School "man is H'Mr. E G. Bardwick. was elected line, resulting in greater national dates which will include the myself better than He is last Monday, by the Board of Educa-- . strength, both civil and military duties of the private in the school here ; thisc .wjeelr. elsp.,1 have ever been. I tell you 15th. county.', , j doing a great work and any com- tion, Truant officer for Adair To qualify young men for ser of the soldier, squad and comthe people of Adair county arn't Mr. Hardwicthas been the surveyor pany, small army rifle practice; Ozark. munity that is- without a Sun? y ears, vice in the res.erv.es. as wealthy as some places, but I of Adair county for a number, of guard, duty, camping and marchday Bchool should see him and get and lias had experience in school The qualifications for admis-- . ing, bel jeve, they are as happy as any individual cooking; care of We are having dry weather at ' 'work. He knows the necessity for sion are: Physically fit male citi- equipment; persona! hygiene; body. , They have good farms present and farmers are planting his help in organizing. parents sending their children to zens: who have passed their 16th physical development; discipline and they live at home. What corn. On account of the cold wet C. F. Paxton still hands'vout L'school. and he Droposes to carry out better would they want? We spring very little corn has been the mail and smiles all the time. the duties of the office to the Jetter. birthday and who are not over 35 and morale. years of age. Applicants must Your assistance in making the Our local fishing club has can't take anything with lis, planted. first Citizens' Military Training when we die anyway, and if we All of the families in this com- caught a fine lot of fish in the Cherries wanted. Call News Office have average general intelligence Camp held since the war a real and be of good moral character. success days. They report that don't enjoy life while we are liv- - munity, who have had the flu are last-feis most earnestly requestMilitary Training. No educational qualfications are ed. Piease boost the idea to all stock in the company is advancing we have missed it. all. I tell able to be up. prescribed or rpquired. Each young men who might be interyen if I had a good farm in old any There will be held at Camp candidate for admission shall file ested. Mrs. R. S. Bailey, of Craycraft ing. Should any one desire AjoairCo., around.old Columbia. stock in the company it will pay Knox, Ky.. from July 21 to is very low at this writing. a certificate from a qualified There will be no cost to I 'wouldn't have any desire to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bryant him to see president at once. August 20, 1921 a. Citizens' Mil physician stating that his health those in attendance at this Camp, Icave there, but people will pull There is considerable excite-me- itary Training Camp for young Camp and strength are adequate&for even cost cf transportation will leave the best things in visited their children near up and over the discovery of coal men between the ages of 16 and Saturday and Sunday. the course of training; such cer- be reimbursed. )ife for them. They are always Knox last premises of G. M. Wilson 35 years. However, it is es on the Application banks and more official blanks fainting & better place, and from Mrs. Bob Floyd is dangerously; of this place. The vein of coal is pecially desired to secure attend- tificates to be on to be furnished the applicants; detailed information may be sejay experience that better place ill at her home near Craycarf t. about 35 feet under ground. The ance of the boys and younger also a certificate from a schoo- cured by writting Major W. F. little farther on for I There is no hope for her recovery. quality is of the best as to the men. suet-bclergyman, priest or Farrell, Headquarters, 5th Corpq lmaster, McKinley visited quantity we are not able to state The 'purpose of the camp is: rabbi, to the effect that the can- Area, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, kafe been hunting it for five or Mr. Solomon years and aw not quite to it his father, who is at the home yet. There has never been any To bring together young and didate is of good moral character Indiana. lit--t- ie News has been received at this place that little Maxine Brock-man daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Brockman, of Craycraft. has been run over by a horse, and dangerously hurt. Mr. Frank Waggener spent, last Saturday week as guest of: Mr. T. J. Bryant and family. Mr. Ola McKinley and family and Uncle George Bryant visited at the home of Mr. Jeff Brockman recently. Mrs. Kent Bryant desires to express her appreciation- of the kindness of her friends and neighbors. Her husband had Fttv and Mrs." Bryant is not strong aridv she does not see how she could have pulled .through, had it not been for kind frienda who a83i8tea in ev ery way. Bro, Luther Young 'will preach atShilohthe 5th Sunday forenoon in May, and Wolford Bros., will sing in the afternoon. Luther is one of ouj boys and we are sure there will be a large crowd to hear him. 1 -- ' THE .limVE'RSAik Z&R ' '', ' St fi.iif :CV :..ti ,,fJb. & 'ferar' a -- . h COUPE inspector, --- 'f;' ".' tirr,' executive, it 'dependability ffr t 'Ford d keep Parts. - &f,-- ! i . The Buchanan Lyon Co. T J I 'Ste -- gatb-eripgattheho- 13-- B. 13-- A . J. -- Murrell - Mar-jsha- ll, " Twice-a-wee- . Twice-a-wee- k -- e .. - 1 I. ?- - . self-disci- . w nt e I --