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The Adair County news: May 31, 1921 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1921 ada1921053101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: May 31, 1921 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (A ' . fr ' Jfit I i A&atr (jfouriitt Stems VOLUME XXIV COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, TUESESDAY MAY. 31, 1921 s. NUMBER 32 A CARD. , TO OUR SUPERINTENDENT. The Ball Games. Two very Big Time at Cane Valley. Married in Louisville. The following announcement was received by a number of Columbia friends last Monday morning: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Down3 announce the marriage of the daughter Nancy Damron Starks interesting baseball games Tampico Lodge, Free and Accepted were played on the Lindsey- - Wilson Masons, located at Cane Yaliey, is hill last week, Tuesday and Thursday making preparations to do itself proud on June 24th St. John's Day. afternoons. The first contest was Lebanon The lodgfe is arranging for an old time against Columbia, all the players picnic, and we understand that all the being in trim, but the Lebanon boys lodges in the county will be invited to that I thorough-breds- . He is got Tattled as the game progressed and attend. come a candidate for the nomination production of Speakers from a distance have been proud of the fact that he graduated when it ended the home team had 15 for libty Judge 1 have delayed invited, and Grand Secretary Jackson 'credit and Lebanon 5 ans'ring to secure the consent of from Georgetown College and with all scores of his loyalty spreads the fame of that Will Young pitched this game with and Post Grand Master Jas Garnett my employer, where I have a good the exception of the first two innings having accepted. Doubtless others position. I.am deeply grateful for all grand old institution of learning" Before coming to Jellico he was af- He was in fine trim and ho fanned out will be present. If weather condithe kind aud encouraging things conare, favorable it will certainly be tained in the communications. Al- filiated with some of the best schools the opponents as fast as they came to tions a day of rejoicing. ways willing to do what I can to ad- of this State. He also taught two the bat. The catching of Alv in. Lewis years in Louisiana, where, to the sor- and batting and field playing by the It has! been a long time since St, vance the interest of Adair county, row of Tennessee girls, he met entire home team were all that mana- John's Day was celebrated in Adair, and so many of my friends have indicounty, and there is not a doudt but ger Taylor could ask. cated their wish-thI undertake the After being discharged from the arOn Thursday afternoon the home there will be .more Masons in Cane duties of said office, I have decided to my December, 1918 Professor Judd team went up against the "crack" Valley on that day than ever before become a candidate for County Judge, vicisnine of St Marys. This game drew on any one day. subject to the action of the Republi- came to Jellico. Through many reThe local lodge ha.3 arranged for a changes he alone has an immense crowd, and at 3 o'clock can voters at the coming August pri situdes and mary. If I am elected I promise to mained with us. We regret that he the batting staried. St. Marys took brass band, and there is not a doubt leaving us next year and we realize the lead, and up to the seventh inning but the generous people of Adair coundevote my time to the duties of the is profession is losing one of its she had 5 scores to her credit and Co- ty the wives and daughters of the office, faithfully, and impartially ren- that the lumbia 2. The remainder of the game Masons will do the rest. dering to all irrespective of politics, strongest men. It would be impossible to give any was of special interest, as the home what I conscientiously believe to be Townsman 'Appointed. their dues. I believe that valuable detailed account of his work and team held down the visitors, and volume. The when the .contest closed the score and lasting improvements which will achivements in this Mr. A. D. Patteson, of this place, we can say is that we appre stood, St. Marys 5; Columbia, 4. benefit all the citizens, can be made most that has been appointed a deputy revenue conSimon Finn pitched this game and if the fiscal affairs of the county are ciate to the fullest extent his collector in this the Fifth District.and managed Jike the private affairs of scientious effort, his true interest and Lewis caught. There was no change for the present his headquarters will example We wish him made in the fielders. successful business enterprises are his Christian be Louisville, for which city he leaves The St. Marys team is game, made managed, and these things can be joy in his new home and his new work, may ever be up of .splendid young men; who. made to day. He takes the place of Mr J. done, and the tax rate reduced. The and we pray that there R. Sanders of Campbellsville, who county is entitled to receive 100 per satisfaction in thought that in the inviable reputations here. has filled the position for the last six cent in value for every dollar expend- "Gem City of the Mountains" he has. There were many old ball players years. Mr. Pattesqn's work will covgrow as the grain present, and they say that it was the ed. After the 1st of July, I expect to sown seed that shall, er seven or eight counties, and he most interesting game ever played on visit the voters, and explain my views of mustard of old. will frequently be at home. He is a v Prof and Mrs. Judd leave Jellico the Lindsay-Wilso- n hill. on the management of Fiscal affairs very capable gentleman, one who Until then I ask my friends to look Saturday for Mangham, La , where fail Leases For Sale. does his work well, and his numerous Kentucky they will make their home Prof. after my interest. friends are glad that he has been seJudd has served Jellico well. He is a Yours truly, You can obtain valuable Oil Leases lected for the position. It pays clean, Christian gentleman and the L. B. Hurt. per year and expenses from the undersigned. If interested entire town regrets to see him go. write for description. We are always Jellico, Teun. One good second hand buggy for The Jellico Carry-oGass Given. in the market for desirable Leases. y and get prices on sale Come We, the class.of 1921, in publishing 2lst, 1921 To The Republican Yoters of Adair the Senior edition of the Jelllco School Eagle, dedicate this issue to our beCounty: I take tills opportunity of respond- loved Superintendent, T. A. Judd Born and reared in the Blue Grass ing to several letters, and petitiqns signed by quite a number of Adair State, we can say that in him the Old State upholds its reputation for the county Republicans', asking beivlotiticello, Ky May to-it- s "Isa-belle- ." at . $2,-20n, to-da- to Mr. Count Stults on Saturday the twenty-eigh- t of May e Wilson, who made an inviable reputation here as a teacher, and who has been in charge of the public schools, Potales, N. M., for several years, resigned some weeks ago and will become the principal of the Graded and High School, Cattleets-bur- g, Ky. The Board at the last named place made a hit in securing his sevices. Prof. Wilson and family will be in Columbia before going to Pr f W. M. Cat-tlettsbu- rg. nineteen hundred and twenty-on- Louisville Kentucky. At home after September first Louisville Kentucky. The bride was partly reared at Cane Valley, this county, and was quite popular with the younger set. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Stults, this place, and is well acquainted over the county, and is quite popular. Both Mr and Mrs. Stults have the best wishes of their Adair county friends. Decoration services were held at Mt. Carmel last Sunday and hundreds of people were present. Addresses were made by Mr. W. A.Coffey and Rev. O T. Lee and perhaps others. There was an abundance of dinner. The addresses were pathetic in nature but were duly appreciated by those whose dead sleep in the'cemetery. $3,200 for educapurposes in the Southern tional Methodist Church, is on this week in Columbia. The amount to be rassed Have You a Car? in Southern Methodism is 833,000,000. The quota for the Columbia Church We do expert starter, generator, is 33,200. and it will be subscribed Motor, Battery repairing and rechargLindsey-Wilso- n school will ra welding The ing, Reboring, ceive $70,000 of the $33,000,000. and Brazing, anything you car needs done. Agents for the Famous GenerA branch of the State Normal will al Electric "'Titan" Storage battery commence here the 6th of June. The guaranteed 18 mouths Superintendent ia of the opinion that All work' guaranteed prices right it will open at the Lindsey-WilsoBring your car to the Page garage to The teachers will be announced later. have your work done. Every person in the county who con, Respt. templates teaching should attend this Myers & Flowers. school. The seseion will last five weeks. Uncle Green McKinley. The drive for the Oxy-Acetyle- ne n. lew ones also. S. F Eubank. Russell En- Dr. and Mrs. C. M. WANTED. Salesmen for 6,000 Iroquois Gas, Oil & Raalty Corporation mile guaranteed tires. Salary $100.00 No. 215 McCartley Blk., weekly with extra commissions. Syracuse, N. Y. Cowan Tire & Rubber Co., Box 784, Chicago, Illinois. Birthday Dinner. Adair County Medical Meets, Society tertain. On Thursday evening, May 26th, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell entertained in a very charming manner, at their home on Greensburg street, a number of their friends. Violin, piano and vocal music, and a word guessing contest, were features of the evening, Mrs. Woodruff Flowers and Mrs Joe Patteson tying for the prize in the guessing contest. Delightful refreshments were served. s, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robertson, of New Mexico, now visiting Mrs. Geo. Stults, were the guests of honor. (Other Jnvited guests were: Dr. and Mrs. Woodruff Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strange, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. GeJ. Stults, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patteson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coffey, Mr.' and Mrs Irwin Fraser, Mrs. Daisy Ham-let- fc and Mr. E. T. Kemper. Po-tale- The Adair County Medical Society met at the Court-Hous- e in the County Judges office, May 19th, 1921, for the purpose of electing new officers and paying up their dues for 1921. Present: Drs. McChord. of Lebanon: Cartwrlght, Hindman, Russell, Flowers, O. P. Miller, S. P Miller, Columbia: S. A. Taylor, Montpelier. Officers elected: Dr. Cartwrlght, President; Dr. S. P. Miller, Secretary. Delegate to State Medical Society: Dr. Flowere; Alternate Dr O P. Mi- Ail Kind of Shoes and Harness Repaired. We have secured a shoe and harness repair man, which can do all kinds of this repairing, including sewing on soles. Come and try him. Prices 'will be right, leather is cheaper T G. Rasner & Son. Death or John W. Blair. One of the best citizens of the Southern part of this county died last Monday night John-Wil- l Blair, whose was about two miles above home Glenvllie. He was a progressive far mer, a Christian gentleman, one who will be sadly missed from the neighborhood where he so long resided. He was a man who stood for law and order, and was outspoken in denouc-in- g the unlawful acts of those who engaged In wickedness., HJs funeral was largely attended, and the deepest sym. pathy was manifested for the surviving saeeabers of the family. Several '"tMssaaunfcy were in rattead- - ing the issuing of the licenses. Sandusky, and children, J. P. Kelsey The couple left at 10 a. m , for The many who attended the game County Clerks are entitled to 5 per and daughter, C. M. Kelsey, and fam Louisville wTiere they will reilde. of baseball, St. Mary's against Columliily, Miss Ethel Taylor, Tandy Kelsey, The courtship started while the cent for collecting motor vehicle bia, played on the - Lindsey-WilsoMiss Cora Thomas, Misses Catherine girl was in school censes, besides the 30 cents compen grounds, at Louisville. last Thursday afternoon, and Lucy Kelsey ller. couple have the best wishes of sation for issuing the license, Circuit was the most interesting game The it Judge R L Stout held in an opinion even pulled off on the hill Board of Censois, Drs. Hindman, this community. " Our new man is very good in sharprendered at Frankfort. The tax Russell, O. P. Miller. ening hand and cross out saws and An attack of heartburn or indigescontended that the 30 cents Copy was sent to Dr. A. T. McCor-macMeet tne First Monday in June. farming tools. Tty him. each license is required to pay the tion calls for a dose of Herbine. 16 State Board of Health, LouisT. G Rasner & Son clerk is in lieu of all other remuner- relieves the distress instantly and ville, Ky. All the' Democratic Committeemen, ation, but the Judge took the posi- forces the fermented food into the The society will meet once a month, men and women, who were elected on Married in Iowa. the general statute allowing bowels. You feel better at once. Price; the first Thursday iu each month. Saturday' the 7th of May, are request- tion that the clerks 5 cent on all moneys col- 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Co; Remember that every physician Is ined to be in Columbia County Court Mr- Sam L. Jeffries," son of Mrs lected for the State holds good in this vited to be here the first Thursday in Monday. On Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hansford, who Omeria Jeffries, of this place, who has day in June, the first case. Attorney General Charles I. 1 p. m. June at day a completeJiorganization will live in Ohio, lost a sixteen months old been making his home in Iowa for this Dawson will take the case to the Court perfected. to child last week. The child got badly Bring your shoes to us for repair sometime, gave his .heart to Miss Ma- be of Appeals. burned with boiling water. Mrs. rie Marks, of West Branch, that and 'try our new man. Goodby,Ted Hansford, before her marriage, was " State, and the first of last week Miss T. G. Rasner & Son. Mr. J. A. Mitchell, of Ote, Green Miss Callie Feese, this place. Marks became Mrs. Jeffries. Soon afSometime during last Tuesday night county, writes us that Mrs. C. A Lightning Strikes Barn. ter the ceremony the couple left for Ted Morrison, who has been in jail, Bailey, of Sterling, Kansas, has arrive- We learn from farmers that the prosthis place, arriving Friday night, and off and on,l for several months, on a d" at his home She has been engag- pect for a bountifu crop were never morning about 4 for the next several weeks they will whisky charge, made his. escape. He ed in teaching in High School, and better in Adair county. Of course; Last Thursday relatives in the city and coun- dug a hole in the wall under "the win will spend her vacation in Kentucky. they could yet be damaged, but with, o!clock, while a rain storm was ragty The groom is an industrious dow fronting the back of the.Jeffries When the war came, her Crawford seasouable weather, we apprehend ing, the large stock barn of Mr. Sam Bnrdette, on Greenburg street, was young'man and has many friends here, Hotel. He left no word as to when he history was ready for publication and that an adundance will be raised". struck by lightning, tearing a con- where he was born and reared. The would return. There were several contracts made. The delay was unMiss Nancy Royse, the accomplished siderable hole in the roof, setting the bride is quite an attractive young other prisoners in jail, but they were avoidable. She hopes now to meet Mr. Sam Royse, who Is. building on fire. The people of town woman locked in a cage Something needs to many of thP descendants of this an- daughter of Nashville, Tenn., were generally .asleep, but Mr J. F be done to make the bastile secure, cient and honorable family in Adair attending school at Montgomery, whose residence is about The cases agaln.it, Albert Lamb and and the matter should be called to the and adjoining counties and add to the was awarded first prize In "sewing" three hundred yards from the barn, Venus Royse, charged with selling attention of the Fiscal Court when It completion of the work. To visit over a large number of competitors, observed a light, and discovered that whisky, were called Monday morning. again convenes. This Is the second Kentucky has been the desire of her last week. life the building was on fire. He gave the The defendants weTe present and both time Morrison has escaped. But little can be gathered from, the alarm and in a short time the fire bell waved an examination. The' grand voters out in the county as to the rang, which awakened the town and jury will take up the cases at the July Judd Bros., of Cane Valley, have A statement from Judge Hal. Gra- strength of candidates. Ask, and yon very quickly many were at the scene. term of .circuit court. contracted to build four nice resi ham, Green county, shows that every will get an answer like this: "Well, X dences, at Monticello. They left with dollar of the railroad debt that was do not know. The? will all get sonaa The re was soon extlnguishedand been paid. This votes." but little damage done. There was The civil officers are after the boot- a crew of hands for that point last on that county-'haleggers. Robt. Bohanon was arrested Thursday. They carried a tent, cook debt had been hanging over the coupty no stock in the barn. White's Cream Vermifuge i cer-r- " Monday morning, Venus Rojse Satur-da- ing utnesils; beds and bedding. They for nearly fifty years, and during all while over there, doing that time the ceuaty. was handicapped, tain destruction to intestinal woodsU nteht The trial of a man named A good one horse wagon and har iatltsfe.. Lamb,, who lives in Taylor jcoanty, their cwb cooking They will be ab- The barden beisg Wied, the people of It is harmless to children, new for sale. Pricer3ic. Sold sy PauU DrtC-- . , was set for yesterday. y T'z , sent about tea weeks. KWoodion Baker. said CM&ty should prosper. '' n: say-that com-missio- Mr. N. B Kelsey, of this place, was forty years old last Sunday, and the event was duly celebrated by a bountiful dinner being spread. The follow ing families were represented. Mrs. Margaret Hurt, Mr S. L. Sandusky and family, Mrs. EUa Wilkerson and family, Mrs. J. W. Marshall and family, Dr. and Mrs. S P. Miller and children, Mr. and Mrs Charles San dusky and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.. The sheriff and hi3 deputies are Last Tuesday after our forms were papers for the coming circuit ready for the press, the news of the court which will convene the first death of "Uncle" Green McKinley Monday in July. Driscoll, charged his 97th, year. with being one of the men who atreached us. He was-iThe end came at the home of a daugh- tempted to rob the Bank of Columbia ter, who lives near Glenvllie. Mr. will be brought from Louisville jail McKinley was the father of Mr. Solo- and tried at the coming term. mon McKinley, and- he retained his Mr. Elsie Young, who does not plaj, I am now prepared to give mental faculties up to a day or two good takes a great interest ir the national gass for the painless extraction before his death. He had been a a contest is on here, citizen all during his long life. In game, and when moat enthusiastic of teeth. conversing he was entertaining in he is invariably the spectator on the grounds. In fact, W. Depp, Dentist. H. talking of the past. His funeral was when one of our boys makes a fine largely attended. Young Couple Wed. play it does Elsie more good than any Died Near Cool Spring. man in the game, Monday morning Mr. Herbert Last To appreciate the sermon delivered 'Howell, of Louisville, and Miss Alice Last Wednesday, near Cool Spring, by Rev. Hart at the Presbyterian Jackman, daughter of Mrs. Laura in the Gtadyville country"; Miss Stella church, Sunday night, it will have to Jackman, this place, were married at Keltner, 22 years old, a daughter of heard. Hi3 subject was "What the home of Eld. Z. T. Williams, who Mr. and Mrs. ClaudKeltner, peaceful be follows the Baptism Fire " We will performed the ceremony. The groom ly mother God. She' was a; very effnot undertake to quote him. but will is 18 and the bride 17 Both had 'cer- icient teacher and popular in. the neighstate that it was a very learned distificates from their parents authoriznow-servin- 0 - borhood where she was born and rearcourse. ed. Her funeral was largely attened. n k, - . h be.-wit- s v will-cam- p . -- " ft" sv ADAIRTCOUNTY? NEWS Man. SI- 4 '""V , f , m , HANDLE NEW CAR WITH 00D BRAKES OF BIO IMPORTANCE Man that is born of woman is small potatoes and few in a , mm CARE hill. and flourHe riseth up ishes like a rag weed, and to morrow or the next day after, the undertaker has him in the ice box. . He goeth forth in the morning warbling like a lark, and .is knocked out in one round and two seconds. In the midst of life he is in h debt and the tax collector him wherever he gceth. The banister of life is full of splinters and he slideth down it with considerable rapidity. He walketh forth in the bright sunslight to absorb ozone, and meeteth a bark teller with a sight draft for $387. He cometh home at eventide and meeteth the wheelbarrow in his path, and the wheelbarrow riseth up and smiteth him to the earth, and falleth upon him. In the gentle spring-tim- e he putteth on his rammer clothes, and a blizzard striketb him far away from home, and filleth him with woe and rheumatism. He layeth up riches in the bank, and the president speculated in margin and he goeth to Canada for his health. In autumn he nutteth op his winter trousers and a wasp that abideth in them titled him with intense pxcitement. He sitteth up all night to get the returns from Ohio and in the end learneth that the other fellows have carried it. He buyeth a watch dog, and when he comes home late from the lodge the watch dog treeth him, and sits beneath him until rosy morn. He goeth to the horse trot and betteth on the brown mare, and the bay gelding with the blaze-fac- e winneth. He marrieth a heiress with a wart on her nose, and the next day her paternal ancestor goeth under with few assets to live with his beloved to-da- y v After First Trip Go Over Nuts' They Are One of Most Excellent Forms of Guarding Against and Bolts and iViake Sure All Kinds of Accidents. . They Are All Tight. iv 'MAKE FREQUEWT INSPECTIONS Driver Should Scrutinize Lubrication Chart and Familiarize Himself With Location of Every Grease Cup and Oil Hole. METHOD OF CURBING - ENGINE Emergency or Hand Brake- Primarily Hold Car When Standing and "Secondarily to Uce if Other Brake Gives Way. ls-t-. " pur-suet- the new car carefully. After the first trip take a wrench awl go over every nut and bolt to make certian they are all tight The engine parts should receive especial attention, for the lightest defect will result In misfiring and poor carburetion, writes William H. Stewart in New York Times. Blake vour inspections frequently for the first 1.000 miles until the car has s vorn in somewhat, then you can -re-'a- It Is of prime importance to handle By H. CLIFFORD BROKAW. Technical Director West Sijle Y. M. C. A. Automobile Schools. New Yor; City. Better have good brakes on your car than an engine, if y.ou have to choose between the two, for the brakes are 'the best form of accident Insurance you can have. This Indicates the relative imports hec of' the two car features. You might have the highest type of engine with un- A pipe won' urn your V fc kSJI a m 3 n! foiigue If you smoke R A.! Get that buzzing in your smoke-sectioKnow for a fact what a joyus jimmy pipe can and will do for your peace, and content! Just check up the men in nil walks of life you meet daily who certainly get top sport out of their pipes all aglow with fragrant, delightful, friendly Prince pipe-party-bee your vigilance a bit Make a tlorough study of your Instruction look. Look at the lubrication chart and familiaTize yourself grease cup with the location of and oil hole, then see that thoy are kept filled properly. This will Insure you against worn parts or scored bearing and, incidentally, allow you to learn the lubrication system thoroughev-er- ly. should be rubbed lightly with the cotton, which should be turned as it becomes soiled. There are commercial pastes and powders for cleaning wall papers, but, in general, these should be applied only by an expert. An amateur is likely to have a streaked wall if he attempts to use them. The washable papers used in kitchens and bathrooms may be cleaned with a dampen-e- d cloth, but water must be used sparingly; if it seeps in, the paper will be loosened. Varnishing the paper in these rooms ' Vill make it more nearly imper- . yious'to moisture and steam and will' "prevent it' from peeling 1houseHold specialists of the Department of United States Agriculture say. so-call- ed Equally important is the renewal of the brake lining before it is worn thin enough to expose the rivets to friction. Better have this done at the service station. It is a particular and tedious job. It is possible, however, to get the right size linings nnd proper rivets at almost any supply house. Remove the brake bands, punch out the old rivets, noticing how they were put in. and go to it. Remember tlmt the rivet heads must be countersunk deep into the lining and every rivet set up tight. It requires patience but can be done by the novice. The brake lining Is one place where lubrication is not desirable, but every other place on the brake and linkage used; heavy strokes rub the dirt where there is motion should be lubricated regularly according to the manCotton batting is. good for in. Advertising Pays. ufacturer's lubrication chart, and be cleaning places hat soil more cleaned likewise. There is considerable wear to the clevises and pins; quickly than the rest for exIn picking up certain maga- they may be renewed for a few cents ample, the wall over radiators, to and should zine last week we noted that ad- the danger not be allowed to wear point; besides, worn linkregisters and stoves. The wall vertising pages contained $6,000 age rattles. son-in-law. an hour until the speedometer registers 1.000 miles. By so doing each part will "find itself" and you will be perfectly safe in exceeding thirty miles per hour. If ou force a car before it has obtained the 1,000 miles it will result in a noisy engine rnd premature repairs. Drain oft the oil every 500 miles and replace it with fresh. The quantity of grit and dirt that conies from is usually surprising. the crank'-cac- e The bearing and pistons throw ofl mall particle's of metal which if not removed with the old oil will work Into the bearings and cause trouble. Perhaps the motor will show a tendency to overheat when new. Don't let this worry you for it is merely the friction caused in wearing off the rough surface of the engine. Drive Intelligently and use plenty of oil and water and soon this trouble will disappear. Clean Body Carcful'y. The body cleaning should be done very carefully for the fcrst month oV so. Use a simple flow of water, without spray or force, otherwise the finish will be marred. The longer you drive without unnecessary cleaning, the harder the varnish will become. Do not allow the engine to race or to run when' the car Is standing. d are made to be used and it is good for the battery to be operated intelligently. Keep the tires fully inflated soft tires consume power as well as destroy themselves. Keep the carburetor adjusted at the leanest possible mixture a lean mixture reduces carbon deposits. Don't try to economize by purchasRemoving Dirt From Walls. ing the "just as good" oil. Buy the best grade and change the supply about every 500 miles. This will be Ordinary plastered and paper- most economical in the long run. If you follow the car driven by an ed walls and ceilings should be expert you will notice that he maincleaned with a wall brush or a tains a constant speed; that he does broom covered with soft cloth, not loaf along and then suddenly jump to forty miles an hour. More gasoline Light is used when you accelerate. Select such as cotton flannel. driving speed, overlapping strokes should be a safe speed changes making only gradual when it Is ive New Car Is Stiff. When au automobile is built the engine has en run but little and every part Is fitted tight to make them snug after the roughnoss has worn off. Consequently the car is very stiff and will not show much speed until thos parts wctr in. So don't exceed twenty-f1 limited power under the hood,- but if you haven't also some means of curbing your high stepper and tethering it at will you are in for it. "Whoa" won't stop It either". You might bettor be driving an untamed broncho of the plains. ' The engine will get you there, it is true, but If there be no means of stopping you may go too eternally far. The car has two sets of brakes emphasizing the Importance and occasionally a car has more. The emergency or hand brake consists of a brake band operatinr within a drum on each rear wheel. conp"ftel'by rods and levers to the hand lever, which Ivs a r?tb t and pawl so that It may be locked in position, This brake primarily is to hold the car when - lii' tap. Copyr!-f- ci Prime Albert ia bass, tidy red tins, handsome pound and hall pound tin humidors andinCSs pound crystal glass humidor wit ft sponge moJsis.'sjr scld in teppy red Albert! And, you cm: Albert's qaali'v niHcs to use in running if the other brake gives way or for alternating on long hills. Operation of Foot Brake. The foot brake, called running or service brake, is operated by a pedal, with a spring to release it when pressure on the pedal is removed, and is connected by other rods and levers to ptnndirtg and secondarily freedom from bite rnd parch, cut out by our exclusive patented vrc.cr-.--) will ring up records in. your smo j. ; little old ? likes of which you never jyible! before could b:li ; You don' ,.t r. pipe when it's packed witK Prince All-- 1 in your hat! And, juf hf ... r:125! Ever dip into the spor of rciii n t some Prince Albert and :: ?k the rikin: s ; . and cash in on a ciga- ' -t:'-a- ypnr Prince "r Ijvof week's wad that and its and :v coolness t rette that I , r p.VfV--:'-by R. J. 3.rnoMs Tobacco Co. Winton-S-ie:a, " 1921 W.C. . red-heade- Self-starte- rs brake bands operating on the outride of the rear wheel drum"!, or occasionally upon a separate drum on the propeller shaft. The latter gives greater breaking power, because of the rear axle gearing leverage back of the brake, and the second drum help1? prelong hills. But vent overheating-othis type brake does put a severe strain on the rear axle gears. Botli brakes should he kept in such condition that either will stop the car quickly. Do not let one set remain out of order just because you know The other the other is all right. might go bad just when needed. Brake bands are lined with non-- 1 burning friction material, usually an asbestos fabric, fastened to the steel bands by copper rivets, the heads of deep into the which are counter-sunlining, to keep the heads from contact with the drflm. If the lining is allowed to wear thin the copper rivet heads score the drum into shallow grooves, lessening the braking power Such must be turned true on a lathe if they are to be worth much for braking purposes. k o:.a ov imoke. i, When the Democratic Be Dead. Parly Will J Gradyville, Ky. Editor News :- - This is a little poem that has been published broadly since our defeat last fall and for the benefit of those who think the Democrat party is dead, we want to say that the party has been defeated before, many times and often yet, ic has survived a half dozen other parties. . Don't neglect that barn of yours gSSSSS&sSI and the wood starts to crack and rot. It is far cheaper to protect it with a coat don't wait until the paint wears off li&islfl99ffiaH 'M fjjgggfl I h It resists all weather conditions and keeps its color. Pee Gee Bam Paint spreads freely and has greatest covering capacity. It is backed by more than fifty years reputation and will give you longest There's A Pee Gee Pain! Project For Eyer? Pnrpose Renew Brake Lining. From the day of the great Jefferson through thick and thin in defeat and victory, the Democrat party has never thrown out the flag of truce to any political organization. Then for a fact, friends, the following things will have to happen before Democracy will be dead: When the terrapin knit woolen socks IB GAU?1?.EI CO H ftntlVSirK.y. HHHSSp9 ad for the lowly shoe string, anDo not clutch the wheel with a other of the same size for a 15 vise-lik- e grip. It is not strength which smoking tobacco, an- guides the car, but sureness of hand. cent can of other of higher price for the stuff that makes raisin pies and mash, too; another even higher in price fora bar of soap and others for almost everything from invisible dress fasteners up through the hosiery line to face lotions and still there are very few who say it does not pay to advertise. If a manufacturer can carry a series of advertisements costing hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to advertise a certain brand of shoe string or other nickel articles, what does advertising mean . to the retailer? The word "advertising" is the distinguishing " mark between the and the merchant Standard Waukon, Iowa. "store-keeper- with a registration of motor vehicles, averaged a consumption of 399 gallons of gasoline per car last year. Colorado, 128,951 Saskatchewan, with a total of 60,352 automobiles and .424 motorcycles, now stands second in Canada, In regard to When fish creep over dry land, the number of registered motor ve. And the hare is outrun by the snail; When elephants walk upright like men And doodle bugs travel like When Senator Overman claim- And Limburger smells like co frogs; logne. .ed that Nurh Carolina raised When the grasshopper feeds on When ploughshare is made out! more tobacco thin any State in the hen, the Uaion, Senator Stanley veryi glass. And feathers are found on the And the heart of tree suckers of promptly showed him he did noti hog. knour what he was talf mu about, stones, When thomas cat swim in the When ideas grow in Republican as Kv.. raised 500.000 000 lbs out air, 1.2"0,000.000. or nearly half J heads, And elephants roost upon trees, When insects in summer are 'And wool on the hydraulic ram; what i? raised in h United Then the Democratic party will States. Ynu can always trust a rare, Kentnckian to stand up for Ken- be dead, And snuff never make people And this country won't be worth tucky. sneeze; ad , m. ., hicles. While the Automobile Club of Rochester, N. Y., Is one of the largest motor clubs in the country, plans of a membership campaign are under way to boost the roll to 10,000 members. cond Because of. perfect ditions, motor vehicles In Florida consumed on an average of 942.7 gallons year-roun- of gasoline last year. The average' consumption In the United States Is 450 gallons. I Knowledge is power. The morn a man knows, the more he can enjoy life. And mules on velocipedes ride; When the foxes- ky in the land, And women in dress take no ' pride. When dutchman no longer beer drink, And girls get to preaching on time: When billy goats butt from the rear, And treason is no longer a crime When the humming birds brays like a mule; - Clarence Wheeler. After all, whac is this life but a parable of talents and opporM They tarred and feathered a doctor in a Texas town and turned him loose upon the streets for malpractice. They have a way of their own down in Texas which does?, not stand for any monkey business. have,' tunities. Anyone can whatever he wishes or be what-ever he desires, if he will pay' ., . (1 uzj uw priue isi tne price lor u. ,ni the sole condition. Nature is nnh trinkor? Z W Diplomatic relations between The first carload shipment oi France and the Vatican, have been "resumed after an interim of strawberries from Bowling Green ' was made Saturday. seventeen years. 1 price for what we And receive what we pay for. ' get. nav " th'ia full, we ""II -n ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A 3 . ' Difference in Senators. "f shall be done away. When I - a .. The difference between a dis(c honest partisan and an honest patriot was shown in the Senate last Friday during the course of the debate on the Naval Appropriation bill, which carries a n dollars. Senator Borah, leader of the disarmament advocates in the Senate, was attacking the extravagance of the measure, when am now ready fco supply' young men, old men and boys Senator Curtis, of Kansas, Re- Repudiate Beer. publican whip, interjected the with clothing, I have an immense stock and new remark that all the appropria Beer was repudiated as a medtion bills now being passed were icine by two members of the based upon estimates of former can you in prices. U you need any supplies daily. medical profession testifying in Democratic cabinet officers, and the hearing before House Judicthat next year's budget, based iary Committee on Chairman in this line, call once. upon estimates from Republican Volstead's bill to stop leaks in officials, would show a decrease the law. Not only did the docof a billion dollars. tors assert that they never had Senator Borah replied that prescribed beer, out both said current appropriation bills, al- that in long practices neither though estimated by Democratic ever had seen it used in that officials, were passed by a Repubway. lican Congress, and that the ReThe physicians, Dr. Howard iriy stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. I bought them publican party could not escape Kelly, a surgeon of John H. responsibility for them. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. Hopkins Hospital, and Dr. James It only requires a modicum of M. H. Rowland, professor at the I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. common sense and common honUniversity of Maryland, declaresty to reach the conclusion ed they knew of no diseases for which Senator Borah gave, but which beer was a curative. Both how, must the mind of a man exppre3.ed "humiliation" that like Curt's work? Here is a Rethe question had been "put up" publican President, and a Conto the medical profession, as was gress, Republican in bob branch done by several previous wit- Cya Zosa' es, all dehnuelv pledged to re-- 1 nes3es. auce expenditures in govern-- 1 Representative Chandler, Re- ment;allaehast at the"profligate A pub idan. of New York, asked have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Rid- waste" etc.. etc., of the Wilson, whether beer was not responsi-- ! administration, and yet forsooth ble for the "magnificent stature" ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. because the same wicked Demopeo- p.ratie officials made some tenta and long life of the German It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. pie, who drink beer all of their tive estimates upon the co3t or Jives Government for another year, a "I do not know anything the Republican Congress must su-- 1 pinely follow them, olunge theflonKevitv of the ra.ce-deeper in debt, and then Rowlandsaid. "I am an obstetric-- ; blame the Democrats, Baker, ian and l work at the frnt end'i !& I do know that beer or! Darnels and all the rest of the spendthrift crew. That is lo2ic aDV fluid containing alcohol is fr,.m Kansae, and from one of bad for babies." the oracles on the Republican Dr. Kelly wai, asked whether beer created an appetite for side of the Senate! food. Nf ws. "It wou'd ruin any appetite." To Motlur Toist ;he said. "Of course persons ' stomachs C3n with capacious The folio ing toast to 'Moth- - take vast quantities of beer er" was read by Hugh J. Child-- 1 with their food and they seem to well make up his mind that fail- - farmers how thoroughly and XXXXV sS T i wn ai me mcuiuuiai nhnvnn rtTl eujuy ji, It jl lievci ln1.-vtas ucueveu lulureis to be graven upon the practically the United States Deiiuiuw uu aa4ai. uui ics partment of Agriculture is standMothers Day at the Sunday caused a healthy appetite for headstone that marks his " ing behind them and how willing Ll (anybody. School hour: is. it is to help solve their prolems. "If I sppak with the spirit of a When a young couple start out Cabinet Head Coming. Arrangements for the entertain- v true son and of my mother and JIORAX & LOWP Sl. in life together and they do" do not speak of her in love, I am ment of visiting farmers on the . A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfaction and really love each other sincerely Presence of Henry C. Wallace, night of the cattle show, follow- IN become as sounding brass or Gratification are Guaranteed. is one other thing next to United States Secretary of Agri ing the events at the stock yards clanging cymbal, and if I have there good health that is needed to Give us a Trial and be Convinced. culture, at the Bourbon Stock are Demg perfected by the Ex all ability and ?ll knowledge and make a continuous happy life, T- J rccuwj; if I have money enough to buy xarubrai auu l?oHin r nnfflfll change. It is intended to take and that is good financiering. Show and Sale, September 15th mansions and have not love for Without this quality love will and 16th is expected by members the farmers to the State Fair my mother, I am nothing. And that evening and entertain them soon fade away and disagreeof the Louisville Livestock Exif I bestow all my goods to feed ment follow. What causes so change, W. S. Bell, president of in a body. Sections of the livethe poor and if I give my body to Money back without question JfJ many divorce suits? Bad finanif HUNT'S GUARANTEED the Exchange, announced yester- stock pavilion will be reserved SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES be burned and do not love my ciering. Some of our be3t and day. (Hunt's Salve and Soap),fal) in Used Years A letter received by Mr. for the occasion if possible. mother, it profiteth me nothing. the treatment of Itch, Ecaema, brightest citizens are among our Bell indicated Mr. Wallace's inluucwono, i cueror ocnemen-In' o siin diseases. Try tbla Mother suffered long and is kind. treatment ax our ritk. poorest managers and consereligion It isn't the amount of tention of coming. The presence Mother envieth not. Mother Pau1 Drttfl Co. quently have difficulties to battle of Mr. Wallace at the fat and a man has that makes him- - good vaunteth not herself. Mother with during life. Therefore, feeding cattle show and sale in and fits him for heaven ; it is the Hon. Cecil T. Williams, of is not puffed up. Mother does good management and saving September wifi give him double amount he uses. Long prayers Somerset, Democratic State Exnot behave herself unseemly; qualities, together with good opportunity of meeting the farm- and loud professions do not ecutive Committeeman, has apseeketh not her own; she is not essential points to ers of Kentucky of whom thou- count; but the man who loves pointed Mrs. C. W. McGee, of easily provoked , taketh no ac- character.are The Woman's Tonic be observed by young men and sands will be present to attend his fellowmen and fellowwomen, Burkesville, a member of said count of evil, rejoiceth not in women, equally well by husband the show and the Kentucky State who ministers to the afflicted committee. Mrs. McGee took an but rejoiceth with Sold Everywhere and wife, in order to maintain Fair which will be held the same and wears a smile for all, includ- active interest in the campaigm gi dk the truth. Mother beareth all prosperity and contentment. r.e week. Mr. Wallace stands high ing his wife and children, who last fall, making several speeches. things, endureth all things, hopeth all all things, The best thing that can hap- in the regard of every farmer never kicks the dog when he As the result of the coal strike things. Mother never faileth; pen to a young man is for him to familiar with his record. His ought to kick himself, who in England 15,000 people in othwhere there be misunderstand- realize, at the very outset of his coming should be a great event, speaks well of people when er employments are laid off daiings, they shall be done, away; career, tbat whatever real suc- as he will bring with him the their backs are turned, and un- ly, and more than 1,000 ships where there shall be unjust cess he is to achieve must come authority of his position and the der all circumstances keeps an are tied up. Vtterlaary Surgeon and Denlisl s of a where from his own exertions. When message of support to the agri even mind that man doesn't criticism that shall cease; Special attention g iven Disease Domestic Animals wrong done that ever a young man begins life by cultural industry of the state have to die to go" to heaven. He Dr. E. Y. Mullins was elected there even be shall be forgiven. For we know depending on the favor or indul- from from his highly efficient de- gets to feeling happy all time as President of the Southern Bap- Office at ReilJeace, 1 mile of town, o Axastown road. only in part and judge in part, gence of friends or upon an in- partment, wHich is so badly a matter of habit, and he takes tist Convention at Chattanooga, bat with perfect love which is heritance of money that some needed at this time. Mr. Wal- - all the dispensations of .life with receiving 500 more votes than all ' Columbia, Ky. , v other candidate. all differences one else has earned, he might aa lace will be able to explain to the philosophical satisfaction. to come, then i half-billio- aa a child, I was a child as a child, I thought as a child. Now that I am an older boy, I will put away childish things, for when I look face to face at my mother's love, I know that it is the love of My Mother. And choosing now between my friends, my business and my mother's love, I am sure that the greatest of these is my Mother Love." Ex. 9 BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING I receiving I interest at thing SHOES! SHOES!! 9 i ! 1 , - 4 i I j ' i I Dr-coan- " tr i . E-To- i GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY - V - AJrtt-V-ikHi- 1 - - - j &7K&$Kl3KfcKaOK Columbia Barber Shop j i ) T- "Cl 'ac I $K5K)K)Ka)K)K$K tCZEMA! g A' mi S 40 CARDUi be-lieve- th L. H. Jone -- " THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i $6aar Coarvty Nevis MORE TAXES. la victor. Pass this joint resolu Published On Tuesdays :fU Golam6ia, Kervtacky. E.MURRELLrZ MRS. DAISY'.HAMLETT. EctTOR tion and you tie your hands, you At a meeting held in Lexingyou throw ton a few days ago, and in the gag . your mouths, presence of Gov. Morrow, Raney T. Wells, one of the new "members of the State Tax Commission, said: "Your State has got to have more money. Your taxes are not going to be lowered. They must be raised. And let me tell you here and now that the people of the State, in my opinion don't care how much taxes they've got to pay, "if you produce. Start out today and fight." Since Mr. Wells is an appointee of Gov. Morrow and is a member of the board in charge of the valuation of all the property in Kentucky, it begins to look like the people of Kentucky will be required in the future to go down into their jeans deeper than they have ever gone. Will th6 already heavy burdened taxpayers submit to an additional burden is a question to be answered by each taxpayer independent of politics. IMcr A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the Interest of the city of ColumbiaSand the People of Adair and adjoining Counties. "Entered atthe Columba' P6Et-offi- as second mall matter. TUESD.MAY. 31. 1921. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Jn Kentucky ?50 $2.00 Outside of Kentucky AD Subscriptions are due and Payable in Ad vance. The act disfranchising a person for carrying a pistol has been decided by the Court of Appeals, Chief Justice Rollin Hurt, rendering the opinion and concurred in by the entire Court, to be unconstitutional. i( The largest burden the Republican party now has is one George Harvey, who a few weeks ago was named as the Ambassador The Knights Templar, of this England by President Hard place, and a number of Royal to ing. His speech at Court of St. Arch' Masons would be pleased JameB, classes him as an enemy if a commandry was organized in to the best interest, of the Unit- Campbellsville. Those here who ed States. It also calls to mind have taken the degrees belong, at that Woodrow Wilson turned Lebanon Jiujjjthat Congnaandryjis down Mr. Harvey after his first fnn far funm Columbia for the " .. . . nomination when Harvey offered ri' memoers to. ?Pat$emi fl yuite a his support. Wilson did not number of RoyaKArcn Masons; want his friendship nor that of who reside in this place, would his publication. When Harvey be glad to become Knights Temundertakes to show his venom plar if a Commandry was nearer. against the former Democratic Campbellsville has a Masonic President, he is talking about a hall built with the view of orman whose shoes he is unworthy ganizing a Commandry, and the to unlatch. Masons of Columbia, who are eligible to take the higher degrees, George Harvey, Mr. Harding's would be glad if our neighboring Ambassador to England, has town would secure a dispensadone what a great majority of tion and start the work. A charthe thinking men of the United ter could be secured at the next States believed he would do meeting of the Grand Commanput his foot in it. His first dry. Of course it would cost a speech is being severely criticiz .considerable sum for the outfit, ed by both Republicans and but the field from which the Democrats, and already there is Commandry would draw, would a move on foot to have him re- soon pile up a good large bank called. Harvey hates Mr. Wil account. A Commandry at son because the latter, while Campbellsville would certainly making his first canvass for the be well patronized by petitions Presidency, snubbed him. His from Adair and Green counties, appointment was a great mis- and doubtless many Masons in take, and we believe that the Taylor county would knock for present administration would be admission. We would be glad to the gainer if Mr. Harvey .was see an article in The News Journotified to return to the United nal on this subject. States; that. a back seat awaited him. SENATOR STANLEY SPEAKS . away ruthlessly, blindly, madly, all that a hundred thousand dead have gained, that 200,000 maimed have won, that 2,000,000 across the seas have fought to gain. You have no rights that a neu tral would not have. You have no rights that you would not have had had you never spent a dollar and never sacrificed the life of a hero. This scene, this act, is tragic. It is pathetic. You are drunk with power, gentlemen, upon the other side. Whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad; and this act of separate peace with Germany is political madness. You recant all that your leaders, with a few exceptions, have said. You turn your backs upon the solemn pledges of vour own candidate. You de stroy the proud position earned by the blood and sacrifice of heroes and you place yourselves upon the level of conquered Germany. Wnenyouare ready to ask avpeace?. it will not be as a conqueror but as an equal with the conquered. As a Democrat, I can rejoice at Jhjs act of consummate folly. As a patriot, I could weep for thejtained honor of my country. -- R HIM J 1W JI ft 4M 30x3 Standard Non -Skid Tire vt This new low price is made possible by strictest econ omies and specialized production. Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making Non Skid fabric tires With a daily ca20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pro. pacity of 16,000 tires and duction on a quantity basis. All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is uniform. It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price. 30x3M-inc- h Tire repairmen, who judge values best, class these tires as having thd e n car manufacturers use sturdiest carcass made. They are the quality choice of cord users. them asstandard equipment. Forty-sevehigh-grad- Firestone Cord Tires - 30x3-inc- ti Cord ii &'' New Price $24.50 tJ&KjpT $ " " 46.30 54.90 i f v COMMISSION SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Mary Bryant &c Plaintiff, Marvin Bryant &o Defendant, 'By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term,thereof,1921, in the above cause,I shall proceed to offer door in Cofor sale at the Court-hous- e lumbia, 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., on the wacers of Petits Fork. The First Tract contains 100 acres less 1J acres cut off the N. E. corner and included in the Widows dower, This is the same tract of land conveyed to J. G. Bryant, deed, by George R. Bennett, by deed dated the"2nd, day of March, 1884, and of record in the Adair County Court Clerks office in deed Book No 3, page 282, to which reference is made for complete description. The second traqb contains 64 acres more or less and is the same tract of land conveyed to the said J. G. Bryant deced, by George Keith & Wife by deed d?ted the 22nd, day of January, 1886, and of record in deed Book No 4, Page 128 of the Adair County Court Clerks Office, to which reference is made for complete description. ' . The Third tract contains 195 acres more of less and' 1b the same tract of land conveyed to the said J G. Bryant deed, F. H. Bryant and 'O. J. Bryant, by H. H. Sandusky & others by deed of date May the 9th, 1913, and of record in deed book No 13, page 580 of the Adair County Court Clerks Office, to which reference is made for complete description. I will offer the first two described tracts separately andthen offer the said two tracts to gether, and will, accept the bid or bids realizing the greatest amount. to-wi- t. SOIJDBY LUCIAN BELLC COLUMBIA AUTO CO. COiLUMBiA, KENTUCKY, . VS A Prominent Lawyer Dies. Mr. J. O. Ewing, who was, for many e, years a prominent'Iawyer of Burkes-villdied last Saturday afternoon, a victim of paralysis. He had suffered three strokes, the last one a few days before the end. He was a man of high character and Cumberland- county has sustained an irreparable loss. He leaves a wife and one daughter to our knowledge. His wife was a daughter of the late n Judge M. O. Alien, who was over the State. The deceased was about fifty years old, and no young man in this part of well-know- the State started with brighter pros pect. The funeral services were held day. May God comfort Sun- the widow and greatest hour of daughter in this the their affliction, is the wish of the writer, who knew the deceased, and who admired him for his many excel- lent qualities. Paid List. The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. Y. H. Blair, R. A. Hutchison, C. M. Pollard, Mrs J. B. Burton, J. B. Biggins, C. V. Bedford, Dr. W.. B. Helm, I. F. Andrew, A. O. Young, W. H Flowers, G. J. Bradshaw, Jeff Parson, V. F. Parrish, Mrs. O. C. Kimbler, Mrs L. C. Humble, Geo. McLean, J. M. Radford, Luther Williams, W. T. Flowers, Mrs. Annie Thomas, R. H. Williams, Tom Allen, Sam. Allen, Mrs. Bertha Garrett, W. A. Dishman, Miss Ruth Stapp, John S. McFarland, Mrs. John S. Butler, G. M. Maddox, John Welz, Mrs. Monetae A Loomer, J. H Wahl, Walter McKinney. In our announcement columns ia'n be found the s nameof Lu cian B; Hurt, who is a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Mr. Hurt is .one of the best known men in the county, and he will begin .'his canvass the first of July. He has served this county, many tyears ago, as County Clerk, making a splendid officer. He has also been the Master Commissioner of the Adair Circuit court. His fidelity to the Republican party can not be called in question, as he has been active in all the canvasses since he was a . voter. He wants his Adair county friends to become active, promising that should he be nominated and elected to make a faithful officer. H publishes a card elsewhere in this issue of the News, and later he will personally present his, claims. He is a good mixer, and doubtless his friendB will be glad to see him moving over the at this hour, we can county. make a peace with Germany as To-da- y, The Senate had under 'consideration the Knox Joint resolution providing a separate peace with Germany. Senator Stanley spoke in part, as follows: Mr. President, were I seeking a simple partisan advantage, rather than the good of my country I should rejoice at this hour. There is no doubt, no question of doubt, that the great majority of the American people, that the heart of the world, hungrily longs for some concert among the powerful nations of the establishment of peace and the abolition of war. There is no doubt and no question of doubt, the great majority of the American people agreed with the Senator from Massachusetts Mr. Lodge when he declared that a slacker peace, that a separate peace, that an understanding by this Nation with Germany independent of and disregardful of the rights of our allies, would be thing, of infamy. The interest of the infant defendant, Marvin Bryant, will not collect but will remain alien upon the lands until he arrives at majority or until Bond is executed by. a guardian authorized to receive same for said Infant. , 'Rome', Dudley, a colored man who was employed in Strong Hill's mill,. Grady ville, while adjusting a belt.last Monday, got his left arm caught, and it was cut off. Dr. O. P. Miller attended him, assisted by Dr. L. C. Nell The 195 aero tract is in good timber. and Dr. Garnett Miller. For-thpurchase price, the purchas er, with approved surety or securities, Miss. Smytha Ballou, of Rowena, in inwas operated on must execute Bond, bearing legal terest from the day of sale until paid, Elizabeth Hospital, Lebanon,, a few and having the force' and effect of a days ago. She is doing reasonably Judgment. Bidders wlU be ppepared well. Her mother, who was with, her, to comply promptly with these terms. was here Tuesday morning, en rbute W. A. Coffey. Waster Commissioner. home. The fishing club of this place have sold out all the stock offered priced reasenable. for sale. If you did not get in W. E. Harris. that will mean quite a loss to Paul E wing, a colored man about 21 you. This is a paying business. years old, died near town last Monday. Best wishes to the News and Cane Valley. all her readers. We hope to see you at Pollard's Chapel the first Corn planting is over and the Sunday in June. showers are helping everything. A Distinguished Soldier. Many of our best tobacco growers have planted their crowd in The importance of the intercorn, but very few plants in this view with Col. H. C. Whitehead section. which appears on another page Dr. N. B. Hancock and son. of this issue, prompts some noBanks, have added to their fine tations about the Colonel, himtieid of short horn cattle several self. new one3, to their flock of SouthAn officer of wide and varied down sheep, some very fine experience, Colonel Whitehead lambs. has specialized on the subjects of- Sublett Bros, our local stock cavalry remounts, and the care dealers shipped a fine lot of hogs of the marching soldier's feet; to the. Louisville market.' and he was for two vears before The circus caught the eye of the last war the accredited rep-- 1 some of our people. All came resentatives of th United Sta:es home and reported a great show. Government, attached to the Mr. D. O. Eubank has not only German Staff, in order that our proved himself- a wonder as a army might profit by the invesbanker but also as an inventor. tigations or so eminent an auHe has maae a rat trapln which thority on these two lines of rehe caught 30 rats in less than ten search. minutes after the trap was set. It is perhaps not generally "soon have this wonderful He will known even to Kentuckians that trap on the market. office in Colonel Whitehead's Mr. Wood Judd, was in Monti-cell- o Lexington is the headquarters, last week "on business. or main office, of the United Mr. A. F. Hutchinson, one of States Army Remount Associa. our merchants bought of Mr. tion is apparent-- Kentucky, the home of the thoroughbred, is Will Vanhoy a fine Jersey cow. the logical headqurters of a natMr. Barney Karnes, who is opional organization devoted to the erating the Givens farm, has a improvement of the country's wonderful dog. A few davs ago supply of horses by means of the he heard the dog barking and introduction of the potent thorknowing his faithful dog to nev oughbred strain. er lie went to the dog and found he had seven large catfish in a The six negro convicts who esMr. caped the road cage in Harlan small puddle of water. Karns said this was not uncom- county have been captured. mon for a good dog. Two children aged two and Judd Bros., the. well known four years, were burned to death contractors and builders have at their home in Pineville contracted the building of two President Harding has called new. houses An Monticellb. They lumber interests to help 'will De ihi that city until late in solve the housing problem. the fall. you I have a want few nice refrigerators, if one please see me at once, i , - " on-th- e THE ADAIR COUNTY NEffS will again be called upon to - luPERSONAL bricate and drive the . machinery of industry, America furnishes Mr. Hugh Sharp, of Louisville,, was 75 per cent of the world's lubri- here Sunday. cating oil. This country ha? alMr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsville, ways righted itself, and it will was here Thursda. again. The petroleum industry Mr. W. G. Clelland, Lebanon, was i S OIL MNP GHS Adair, Cumberland, Rtissell Counties, Kentucky. BIBLE INSTITUTE AT COLUMBIA BAPTIST CHURCH - JTJSTE 1824 is greater than anything . that here a few days ago. Mrs Chelcie Barger has- - returned 19th Sunday 1,1 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sermon by can happen to it. Dr. O. E. Bryafl BY ETT. KEMPER. from Bourbon county.' According to the Wall Street 20th Monday 7:30 p. m. "The Atonement;" Its meaning Mr. J. Press Miller made a business Rev. Jno-- . D. Freeman and place in Religion Journal consumption of crude trip to Louisville recently 21st Tues 10:30 a. m. "Things that Can Not Be Shaken" shave proven the wisdom of se oil in this country increased Dr J. I. McClendon, of Russell OIL STRUCK INfCOLUMBIA. . Rev. E. L. MilcheJ lection, the knowledge of oper- about twelve per cent over the county, was here last Thursday . ' 2:30 p. m. "The Symbolic in Religion" Rev. Jno. D". Freeman1 ative procees, and the fact of oil consumption for the same period Mr. Oma Goode, Campbellsville, was ' A geod flowlof high-graoil has in rich production as the out- of 1920. Crude consumption for here, taking orders a few days ago Rev. E. L Mitche 730 p. m. "Why I am a Baptist" been found In alfifty foot water well at come. It is a shipping Company the first three months of this Mr G. B. Taylor, Greensburg, 'was 22nd Wed 10:30 a. m. "Four Views of the Lord's the plant of the Myers'jMilling Comwith ample resources to proceed, year amounted to 135.973,226 here last Thursday, to witness the Supper" Rev. Jno. D. Freeman pany, located within the corporate hesitation, to great- barrels, or an increase in domes- game. and without 2:30 p. m. "Our Rock not as their Rock" Rev. E. L. Mitche de development work he and his associates expect to begin in this territory at once. Mr White has already contracted for the drilling of two wells in the Brush ""Greek field, and machinery is now being placed on the ground. limits of Columbia. The "strike" has er achievement. Its president, tic consumption over the first Mr. Sam Antle, wife and children, created so much excitement that near Dr. Frank D. Hines, of Denver, three months of 1920 of 14,961,-37- 0 Lebanon, visited here Saturday and leased, and by properties arebeirij?; 23rd barrels. In addition to this Sunday. has made three trips to Kenlocal parties Mr. Ed Diddle, who is connected money will be puf op by!., tucky for the purpose of getting we had to import during the with Center College was here a few to begin drilling operations without in close touch with the situation, same period 30,892,202 barrels, days ago. delay. and he says, after the fullest in- or 26 per cent over the correMr Campbell Hutchison, CampMr. W. K. White, Bowling vestigation of the fields, there is sponding period in 920. Mr. bellsville, was with his home people 24th Green, Ohio, one of the large nothing to expect but riches as "Calamity Howler" will you here last Sunday. and prominent operators of the the result of the use of money please step tor the rear and find Mr. B. T. Marshall, of Campbellscountry, was here'ftie latter part and brains, coupled with the ex- a seat.? . ,:j ' ville, the wholesale coffee salesman was here last Thursday. of the past week arranging for perience Company's Cothere'- 1 7:30 p. m. "Eternal Security of the Believer" Rev. C. D. Steven Thurs 10:30 a. m. "The Coming and Crowning of the King" Rev. E. L. Mitche Rev. C. D. Stevens . 2:30 p. m. "Building a Life" 7:30 p. m. "Bringing the Titles into the Storehouse Fri Rev. W. E. Hunlex" Rev. W. E. Hunter Rev. C. D. Steven 10:30 a. m. "Our Stewardship" 2:30 p. m. "What God does with the Saved Soul who Sins 7:30 p. m. "Was the Church at JerusaYes, of the are times when Mr. J. Q. Alexander was here the lem a Baptist Church Rev. W. E. Hunlef lumbia representatives and the 'some people .make money out of latter part of last week, soliciting for sound policy of the officials at the oil business. Read the folThe'JBaptist Church is putting on this good program for the benefit of ALT-the house' he represents, Denver. There does not seem lowing from Desdemona, Texas Mies not hesitate to come and stay all day, because LUNCH WILL BE PROVID' Minnie Triplett is spending a to be anything in the way of appearing in the Western Oil few weeks at the home of her nephew, ED FOR YOU. visitors especially, are invited to come and stay ' through the day. If you live out in the country, make up a load and come and The Southern Oil & Refining Derrick .recently: "Tom Dees, Dr. J. T. Grant, Loulavijle, be with us. From the start to the fiinish we have strong Speakers and you will Company cutting an intensive a banker in Texas, organized a Mr. Coy E Dudgeon, who represents repaid- for coming. Mark these dates on your calendar and plza Id figure in the oil development of little syndicate and bought leas- o St. Louis house, was here, selling Lbe with us.. Mr. Elmo Pearce has been Adair and Cumberland counties es in Comanche county miles our merchants, last Wednesday. r LESLIE J. B. SMITH, Pastor. . spending several days in Cum- and of placing these counties from drilling operations. Then Mrs. Zora Winfrey, who has been an invalid for several years has not been berland county lately, where he well up in the list of oil fields of hcame the big; strike a; Desde-- . tloing very well Tf or the last week. ' mona. They sold their leases. ' has some choice oil and gas hold- the State. MissLillie Judd, who has beeaeri? ings. Another cut in the prices, of foMnillions, paid more than $13,-00- 0 gaged in teaching in Louisiana refor every $100 originally in- turned home last Thursday night. A party of Oklahoma operators the different grades of crude oil are expected to arrive here any on Wednesday last came as a vested, and never drilled a well Mr. J. H. Felley and wife left a few All great surprise to operators and or produced a barrel of oil." days ago to visit their daughters, one day to begin extensive drilling ago Baker-to- in Barhourville, the other in Berea. interested. Somerset Less than a year operations in the Cumberland others Mr. Felix Royse, who has been in Cumberland county, Ky., territory, and the work will be Light, the grade produced in Dayton and Cleveland, Ohio, for in full swing as soon as possible this territory, is now quoted at could be located only by referseve'ral months, returned home last $1 80 per barrel, which is quite ence to the U. S. after their arrival. week. a reduction from the price $4 50 guide or some enlarged map of Cane Valley, Kentucky. Messrs. C. T. Williajia and H. Todd Jeffries, son of Mr. and Mrs prevailing five months ago. the State. But no such condi- - Horace Jeffries, who was auite sick J. Porter, Winchester, Ky., rep exist today. Cumberland the first of last week, has about reresentatives of the Associated Additional reports rrceivedtions River steamers never make a covered. Producers Company, were here from the big gusher on Sulphur trip nowadays, either up or down Sam Taylor, son of Dr. S A. Taylor, the latter part of the past week Creek, Cumberland county, reported in these columns last the river, without carrying pas- has just returned from a visit to Danon their way to the southern sengers and freight for Baker-ton- , ville, Lexington and other points, in part of Cumberland where the week, indicate that first reports and strangers from all sec- the Blue Grass. . company is actively engaged in concerning tne well were not Mifs Martha Grissom, who has been overdrawn. It is simply a won tions of the country are constant'"pHE smart new styles for Spring are drilling operations. absent for one and a half years, teach here ready for your selection. der, and the oil produced is of a ly arriving by all manner of con ing in New Mexico, arrived at home . A field representative of some superior quality, being of a light veyances. An Medium and light weight Hats in the last Friday night. season's newest colors. of the companies operating in or amber color and testing 44 Kentucky welcome awaits all Mrs. Byron Montgomery and little Sold by 3 Green county, was here on gravity. Excitement over it is comers, and they are fed and daughter, Louise, left Saturday morn & CO., Thursday last for the purpose of still at a high pitch, and visitors lodged in a way to satisfy the Jng, to spend a week with Mrs. Montcoxcjivx:bi.a-- . ICY. securing certain information remost exacting. What is back of gomery's husband. are numerous. 1 county territory. garding Adair all this? The great Brush Creek Mr. Clarence Traylor. who graduatBmrwP Information is just at hand The information he obtained left for ed from the that certain capitalists in Jack- oil field located just across the his home, West Point, Miss , last nawas of such an encouraging sonville, Florida, who have large Cumoerland. Drilling rigs ga- Thursday morning. ture that he expects to return lease holdings in the Knifley lore are pounding away day and Dr. W E. Hunter, wife, and two here soon for the purpose of consection of Adair, will begin an night, tapping mother earth for children, son and daughter, of Somertinuing his investigations. active drilling campaign there the "liquid gold," great steel set, visited at the home of Rev. Leslie n Mr. O. C. Fink, the within the next few weeks, and tanks dot the hills on every side, J. B. Smith last week. local contractor, was on a short that several wells will be put and pumps are running overtime.. Mr. C. C. Hindman, wife and little business trip to Ft Wayne, Ind , down in that locality. This The quality of oil found here is daughter, Dorothy, of Milltown, spent last Saturday with L. J3. Hindman during the past week. should prove a satisfactory and of a superior .grade, being nearand family of this place. The Southern Oil & Refining profitable venture, owing to the ly the equal of that produced in Eld Kirby Smith and wife, of Cave Company, Denver, Colorado, has fact that oil was found there the Pennsylvania fields, and it City, arrived last week, on a visit to commands a price next to the Mrs. Smith's father, Eld. Z. T. Wil had 2s aid3 from the very incepproduct of the Keystone state. liams, and other relatives. tion of its undertakings Messrs. Mr. A. Geary, a prominent Mr. Luther Williams, of Cave City, Richardson & Goff, of Columbia, operator from Lexington, Ky., Many operators and field men already at was at the home of his father, Eld well posted, capable and reliable accompanied by Mr. H. R. from a distance are eiZ. T. Williams, last week. He also business men who are well up on Levick, Jr., was here Thursday Brush Creek, and others are met many Columbia friends. all matters pertaining to loca- night en route to the Cumberland ther on the way there or else exMr. and Mrs. J. S. McParland; Mr. tion and development of terri county fields, making the trip in pect to come in the near future. Dud McFarland and wife, JamesThe pf esent outlook is very entory and in the marketing of a big private car. town, spent a part- of Saturday and couraging for some great strikes Sunday in this community. product. These men'are the lo- " " Certain eastern operators who to be made there who cal representatives of the Com Miss Vic Hughes, who !is spending visited this section for the first develop the territory will surely pany, and they are doing everyfour weeks in Louisville, writes her the' Powell have gone to BakerSsn: fc3o , time recently, were so favorably be well paid for their work. Oil father, Mr. E H. Hughes, that bhe is Mr. G. I. "Neff, representing thing in their power to make the Goodyear people, called to see us last light hoi sekeepiop, Mrs. 6oiT& impressed with what they saw was found in paying quantities having a very enjoyable visit. business a success. The Comand arranged for advertising" band being engagedt putting dbsra and learned of the territory that in that locality more than fifty Miss Lucy Poynter, who had a de pany is destined to be a success the Goodyear tire, no better manufac wells at that point. they are making diligent in- years years ago, the greatest lightful visit to Hustonville and Dac tured Mr aud Ms. Walter A0"Kinnej an as its present status as a producLouisville-i- s Jamestown,- - who" attendee Miss Eearl Bradshaw, who has been children, ing and progressive Company quiry as to the securing of ac- strike being the "Old English ville, and is now visiting in expected home in a few days. reage, and they are contemplat- Well'' which is reliably reported tpaRhiner at Biwnside, has returned the" convention. of Christian: GlfcrcbMr reveals. Its holdings comprise Tuesdfoof ing the beginning of develop-7- r 'to have produced as much as 1,-- , Dr. S, P. Miller, his daughters, home- She spent a portion of last at Chestnut Grovey vreie here well selected leases in Adair .. and grand week with her cousin, Miss Mabel morning en route home. menrworK nere soon. 200 .barrels daily, This well was Misses Susan and Julia jeiofT. A- Jodd, tbkj Flasr&siS county, Ky., of something over children, Russell and Marcaret Miller Hindman. principal of ths-- JellicoTenn., schools past ten or twelve locaterron lh.nnrth side of the are visiting in Louisville this week. For the 1,300 acres, and a very valuable --i. -Mrs. J N. Murrell and her oldest for two years, resigned at the close c rrimmmi us t& aDffaajBttewon and of the world's river lease of. some 50 acres located in years, daughter, Bermce, left for Louisville the last term, and will go- to- - icoxy. r the ri VeTOSm the Brush Mc'and Mrs. Henry Moore, Mrs,- last Wednesday morning. The latter iana, to engage In farming, oa wtJ &&? the famous Brush Creek field, petrol eumxnas OQftEfatXKffl . tne across Matfele Holladay, Messrs. WjatC ConoProfessor and Mrs' Jh3 m.u 'i u is to have her. eyes examined and derstand. Cumberland Unit! fsnrees. rnxna wtmuktae Creek' field near, JBakerton, in ver, Shreve Davis and Lewis Young arrived here lastr Saturday arg&; itL2Kjr j .'classesfitted.' spend a few weeks-a- t the home al'tha. left fjsr Sand Liokpring last Friday county, Ky. The eight wells so vrl taPUl&UlV'UMDJUCli' sQU m? back Towork, "feTToleum Adair.Caunty News $4.50 MiW'Maud foimr.'s-fatheMr. Jl H. JudoV , Mrs. Dallas' Goflind goes i,,,. Company undertaken'by Do Out-of-tow - See r My Line Of ' Voils and, Organdies in, Colors. Prices 25 to 45 cents per yd. LvfL Smith's Department Store, n, post-offi- ce Star Hats RUSSELL old-isshio- ned Lindsey-Wilso- n, fitt- '- - well-know- -- -- mam i - 'wB i hi 1 ' i and-thos- e bus-Frid- ay - - two-thir- ds - mr n .sr -- m -- rr far the J r, v . ADAIR COUNTY NEWS thia country- is brighter todaySuchTan indiscriminate system than ever before in the history i of selecting breeding rams will We are authorized to announce JunFOR CTBCTJIT JUDGE of the nation. I will admit that certainly not help in building up ius Hancock, a candidate for County authorizsd to announce that Attorney of Adair County, subject to the woolen markets are less con- the sheep industry We are The Louisville of the State. Jf. Charter, of Monroe county, is a the action of the Republican party, to gested but when we consider Every breeder should use his to the.office ,be expressed at the August primary :to cuidliate for the good price for lambs and the to guard against the use COURIER-JOURN- AL oC Circuit? Gourb Judge in this the 29th be held August 6th. that last year in competi- of scrub rams. fact Kentucky, subject JTuiIieial listrictof announce W. tion with frozen mutton a Cbe Republican primary, to be held A.We are authorized to for The survey also shows that Coffey a candidate equal in sheep are most Australia, from eiie first Saturdayjin August, 1921. The Great Paper of the Southland numerous in the to the office of County Attorney of e . to we Blue what Adair county, subject to tne action of amount Grass section of the state. R COMMON WEALTH'S attokney the Republican primary, to be held normally produce, the lamb marSO It is customary for the ordinary the first Saturday in August. kets held up better than any oth- farmer to think that sheep would The Courier-Journa- l is ably edited; it is sane and digW ate authorized to announce that er livestock market. I can read- not be profitable on high class jZL. A. Huddleston, nified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in of Cumberland FOB TAX COMMISSIONER ily see that the demand for land, yet cOotznty, isa candidate for reelection n its editorial utterances ;and it always will" be found Bourbon, Harrison, We are authorized to announce K& Che office of Commonwealth's Tax lambs in this country is greater Owen, Fayette and Clark counB. Patton a candidate for the champion of clean government. in this the 29th Judicial Commissioner of Adair county, sub; than home produciion. subject to the action of the ties in the heart of the Blue Republican primury to be held the first ject to the action of the surpasses all its competitors in The Courier-Journ,The flocks of the country, es- Grass are the leading sheep party, expressed, at the August pri1921. Saturday in August, equipment for getting the news of the day, because it mary pecially in the Western States counties in the State. Blue has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the have been greatly decimated Grass Farmers find that sheep FOlt MAGISTRATE For Sheriff. full wire service of the New York Times. In addition during the past year. This cou- are almost a necessity in any it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at We are authorized to announce that pled with the fact that frozen system We are authorized to announce that of general farming in for B. O. Hurt is a candidate for MagitW. B. Patteson is a candidate Washington. Sheriff of Adair county, subject to strate in District No. 2, composed of mutton from Australia is cut off that section. One man told me ithe action of the Republican party, Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and thru a protective tariff makes "1 consider my farm flock of No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It expressed at the August primary. Ozark voting precincts, subject to the greater demand for lambs from ewes absolutely indispensible to of the Republicaan primary, action the corn belt states. As to the successful farming; they help in to announce that 'August 6 We are authorized woo'en market, it may be some getting a new stand of grass Sec Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff By special arrangements we are now able to offer Adair county, subjact to the action si time before we can expect a re- and keeping down the weeds in Sheep Growers, Wake Up. ef the Republican party, expressed at turn to normal conditions, how- the blue grass. I consider this t&he August primary. The Daily Courier-Journ- al with the American mills in worth far more than the feed I Kentucky farmers are asleep ever, We are authorized to announce J. AND THE of raising normal times consuming twice give them when the ground is to the advantages Casey Creek, a candl-iiatJM. Wolford, of sheep both in a financial way as much wool as we produce in covered with snow. I consider Adair County News for sheriff of Adair county, this country, there is no reason the prices received for lambs of the Republican and as a help to the farming to the action Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 land itself according to Prof. why the woolen market should and wool as clear profit. foarty. Outside the city limits of Columbia While thi3 would not be, called Richard C. Miller. Sheep Ex- not get back to normal. We are authorized to announce that tension Specialist of the UniverThis offer applies to renewals as well as. new subSheep, not as a speculative, a typical case, it is an indication Q. Gowen, of Sparksville precinct, is a scriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, TenKentucky .College of Ag- but as a producing factor in farm as to what results can be obtaintraadtdate for Sheriff of Adair county, sity of nessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, subject to the action of the Republ- riculture in an address for the operation, have a splendid reeord ed from keeping sheep on Ken held Saturday, ican primary, to be start at a later date, and renewals will date from exLouisville Live Stock Exchange where they have been permitted tucky farms. A very small per-- , .August. piration of present ones. in connection with the purebred to remain on one farm over a centage of the farmers in Kenlivestock campaign being con- long enough period to make a tucky have sheep, and the parts For County Judge If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may subducted by the Exchange and the record. A flock of" ewes main- of the state that need them most stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-JournaPersonally I We are authorized to announce Geo. Kentucky Purebred ' Livestock tained year after year, "can be have the least. Send or bring your orders to the tffice of ff. Uerriford a candidate for Judge of Association. carried at a low cost and. will cannot see how any Kentucky he Adair County Court, subject to Emphasis on the possibilities bring in a profit on the money farmer can expect to realize the Ahe action of the Republican primary THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Au- ito be help the first Saturday in greater than that from greatest income from his farm invested of sheep raising developed Columbia, Ky. with Prof Miller's any other phase of farming. operations without maintaining We are authorized to announce that talk when- the price of lamb Co3t Account Records in the a farm flock. These can be 'Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for jumped 50c per hundred at the Corn Belt S.tates show this to be kept at little cost, they will keep to the cilice of County down the weeds and utilize .fudge of Adair county, subject to the Bourbon Stock yards with a so. Republican primary to rough feeds that would otheraction of the growing demand from the eastI have recently completed- a S&e held the first Saturday in August. ern consumers and a slow move- - sheep survey of the State. This wise go to waste. I would advise the farmer starting with a We are authorized to announce Lu- - ment of lamb3 to the market. survey brought to light some incSiac'B. Hurt a candidate for Judge; Prof. Miller in his talk declar- teresting as well as amazing flock, to buy anywhere fjom 15 ai fche Aaair County Court, subject to ed that the use of grade and facts, a few of which may be to 25 good ewes and breed these to a pure bred mutton ram of atbe Republican primary,' to be he:d scrub rams at the head of 85 per summarized as follows: So .August 6 quality. Either a good Famp So? cent of the flocks of the State - Farmers in Kentucky as a shire or Southdown grade or County court clerk meant a loss annually of $2,000,-00- 0 whole, have never seriously con3 for 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St Western or Mountain ewes if & to the industry. A complete sidered sheep raising as a part they can be had, would be suitWe are authorized to announce M r. survey is easily accessible,' right in the chopping of the State by Prof. of their farm operations, conseEJiagham Moore a candidate! for Coun-ttf- f able for starting a flock. These m Court Clerk of Adair County, sub-i- Miller shows that out of more quently most flocks have been should be district of Louisville, and we would be bred to a good pure to the action of the Republican than 1,000,000 sheep in the State neglected. Yet farmers through-- ' bred mutton ram 3uch as Hampshire gRrtr, as expressed at the primary, glad to see our many friends and patrons fewer than 7,000 are registered out the state have assured me jfirst Saturday in August. or Southdown. purebred. of Adair county at our new quarters. 0 that they have made more clear I find that many Western Ken We aTe authorized to announce Mr Reluctance of the farmer to profit, from sheep than anything tucky farmers have long wool S. C. lieat a candidate for re election The same integrity, painstakbg service and rock bottom t Cannty Court Clerk of Adair Cou- invest $40 to $50 for a registered else on the farm. grades. Asa rule these sheep prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we nty, subject to the action of the ram is blamed for this situation, s A little more than are not as profitable as they party, as expressed at the can serve you better than never in your need for. the price of his lack of vision of the flocks of the State are should be. I suggest that the primary, first Saturday in August. zZf. being inferior animals with an headed by grade or scrub rams. farmer who has long wool grades RUGS, WALL PAPER, DRAPERIES loss. Tendency of This is not only the case in Eas- and' wishes to breed up the flock, We are authorized to announce that invariable 5' ttllss Christine Neil, of Grady ville, is the farmer to rush into the sheep and CARPETS LINOLEUM tern and Western Kentucky but buy a Rambouillet Ram. This County Court Clerk of industry a candidate for when prices are high in the Blue Grass section as would give him a' cross for his .Adair county, subject to the action of and then to pull out rush into well. I recently saw a South- foundation flock, then - he could tit Bros. & Wellendorff tthe Republican party, expressed at ' the sheep industry when prices down Mountain Cross Ram at in turn breed these Rambouillet tthe August primary. '.INCORPORATED are high and then to pull out the head of a Blue Grass flock of grades to a good pure bred mutWe are authorized to announce that when there is a slump also for 80 high grade Hampshires. ton ram which i would produce For. More Than 40 Years on Market Street Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice" precinct, is the variable size and quality of xi candidate for the office of County Out of a little more than one good market lambs. flocks. JCourfi Clerk of Adair county, subject One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. million sheep in the State, less . After having been in touch of the, Republican priCo the action Prof; Miller's address follows: than seven thousand are regis with the sheep industry through mary, to be held the first Saturday, in Two years ago Kentucky tered pure breds. At the very out the United States and CanAugust. farmers were buying sheep at lowest estimate, the use of grade ada, where I had an opportunity fancy prices, paying fifteen to and scrub rams at the head of to get first hand information, I ,FOR JAILER. twenty and even twenty-fiv- e 85 per cent, of the flocks of the do not hesitate to say and I be- aBBBBBBBBBBftjB We are authorized to announce dollars in some cases for ordi- State, means an annual loss to lieve that Kentucky offers greatAccept HENRY W. DEPP, Woiford Miller, of the Eunice nary breeding Frank ewes. Today the industry of two million dol er opportunities for profitable No Substitutes precinct, a candidate for Jailer of ietnttist action of these same farmers are sacrific lars. The speaker knows of a farm flocks than any other state Adair county, subject to the for U to be held in ing their flocks at less than one-ha- lf bunch of 70 yearling rams from in this country. Instead of a ' the Republican primary, r August. Am permanently located in what they paid for them. I a scrub flock in a progressive million sheep we should havej Columbia. am not surprised at this attitude agricultural section of Kentucky three million and instead of the jtor cracurr coubt clerk. All Classes of Dental Work Done. on the part of Kentucky farmer, that will be sold for breeding industry being confined to the BLACK-DRAUGH- T These rams blue grass section it should be Crowning and Inlay Work a M. because experience has shown purposes this fall. We are authorized to announce livestock were left over after the. buyers state wide. Specialty. G Winfrey a candidate for Clerk of that he goes into the Purely 'n the office of Circuit Court business when prices Bre high had picked the best Iambs for The Breeder sale at the Bourof All Work Guaranteed Vegetable Adair county, subject to the action held then gets discouraged and goes the market last year. A prom bon Stock Yards Aug., 11th will Uepublican primary to be Office: next door to post office. &e 1921. inent sheep man told me in this give the sheep men an opportunout when prices slump. She first Saturday in August, be- ity to get some good rams. In my opinion there was never section of the state that he F.9 w. farmers will buy these We are authorized to announce a better time than now for a lieves the for Circuit B. Price a candidate scrub rams to head their flocks The invalid realizes that he is o Adair county, subject farmer to start with a flock of Court Clerk party, Republican GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. fact, I believe the f u rather than pay $40 or $50 t for a on the high road- - to recovery tm the action of he first sheep, in Adair Caurity News $1.50, OUR WORK IS at the primary the cfCMMd when he sees the doctor's bill. tare for the. sheep industry inregiitereLpurebred. Saturday in August. Announcements. FOB COUNTY ATTOKNKY.. in-flue- - one-thir- d i Rol-li- y d.is-tfici- al -- e sub-ec- C . l. . coin-cidentall- y - tfe-electi- - ' four-fifth- Hubbuch . . g a q a a a Ttiedford's a -- a g S fl g liver Medicine S -- BflflflBBBBBBBBB UP-TO-DA- TE ' ( ADAIR COUNTY NEWS V England and Japan. Woman Grow Taller, EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Eliwood - 'vbxb apiAv e J8A0 $no speaids uois3 Ai9Aa pup JSujawius sypum Hsnaq imoiftuv XiuSnojoift ooujans sqg. sjbaod Bift uipj aiquanp'ra suuoj 31 Iuoav sxeaA yi iqsiuy A'ssoiS 'sjinsaa )q3ti. oq soonpojd mjpmi&q b siBduii tyi9doad inoA uo ssn o reonnou v -ooasoni ptrgjq au si inag uoai) una: 3uo au$ uj iMivd Sutured osnoq sXuAvfe S.I29AV ivas-Naan- o svnnvh WW puij A-a- -- qoC AVioas uo uj cl and American Fence. Stsel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS: CO (lncornoratel Eaat Matket V pus pooS soof uo :md Aaq; uied aq eqj, 'bas. aq sb pa;saaa:nn qonui Bq Suiaas ui sb a.iB iaqj, "5joav pooS op o. 03jq s.Tauied poo) .lauAvo-AjscIo.i- sao;uit?d iftreui. urej sag uaaif) ssuutjji esn 'oaojojaq. 'qonui suesui obj '.A 1 1 treci Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Better to HaVe it I and Not Need It than to. Need It and Not Have It" "ft Is DAVIS HARDWARE CO Tl The Only Sure Way is to se Us Before !t Happens. "IM !9f L M REED IXSTJHJOCCTS BROS- - &tk IN A.JJ1. ITS 33RA.XCHEJS KTST. White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Came and Stayed. Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed- COLUMBIA, Ccme feeling after meals. Black-Draug- Sour, stomach and 38K IN to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs T. F 'Parks, a Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver in throwing off impuri- - ford's Black-Draug- ht well-kno- wn ht. getting up in years; my head is pretty ties. j I am glad to recommend Black- and do, to ray friends white. Thave seen medicines and remeI Draught, and it In Field. One In Barn dies corns and go but the old reliable neighbors." T Insurance Policy Protects every Minute Thedford's is a standa liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record oi for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something on and one that will do the work. came and stayed. am talking of Black-Draught, Black-Draug- ht Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE "Black-Draug- ht will relievndigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. Black-Draught. and constipation if taken right, and I know Try for I tried it. It is the best thing i Insist upon Thedq. I have ford's. the genuine. AX ever found for the full, omforU61e H druggists. ej W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of ikf The London Spectator, which has traditionally been a friend of America, warns the British gov ernment against any alliance with Japan that could possibly be used to put Great Britian on Japan's side in the event of a disagreement between Japan and the United States. Such a step, the Spectator says, would inevita bly split the British empire, for Canada and Australia will surely be with the( United States if i trouble arises between this coun try and Japan. treaty exThe pired several months ago, and evidently there ha3 been a hitch in framing a new treaty. The new treaty must, under the obligations of both Great Britain and Japan to the League of Nations, be submitted to that body before it becomes effective. Thus, through the League of Nations, the United States has a sure way of ascertaining exactly what the agreement is. There is hardly a possibility that Great Britain will make an agreement with ' Japan of the kind condemned by the Spectator. Great Britain wishes to be on friendly terms with Japan in the Far East, but it is much more important to her interests to have America a9 a friend. And the great mass of the British know very little, and care very little, about Japan. When e treaty the first was made, the United States was dwelling apart in national isolation, but much water has since passed under the bridge. The United States now everywhere admitted to be the strongest nation in the world. Even if her colonies did not object. Great Britain would not consider a Japanese treaty that might antagonize America. The danger of trouble between American and Japan is, it may, he said, rapidly diminishing. Louisville Post. Anglo-Japanese American young women ayesr age more than an inch ta Nathan women of the same age? 3fl years ago. This is discovered b Dr. Celia Duel Mosher, medical adviser at Leland Stanford Uni& versity, who has checked up libs measurements of girl stodent-f- or three decades back. Women also are getting: heavier says Dr. Mosher. She attributes the charge in feminine? physique to more sensible clothing and exercise, particularly participation in sport3. London scientists says that o glish women in the last half eer tury increased their heiarht averape of 2 inches, andfr their shoulders have begr f broaden. On the other hand, sv scientists, English men c : next few generations will dj :! in stature as a result of h.w. war losses among th$ best pbycal types. -- Hiding's Post Office. Order. President Wilson's order fr the selection of first, second and1 third clas3 postmasters under Civil Service requirements wa' modified by President Hardies to give a wider field from waiefc postmaster may be chosen. Anglo-Japanes- Instead of its being required' to select a candidate staiklxagr highest in the civil service examination for any specific the administrsskgsr may give the place to any one of" three at the had of the qualified1 list. post-mastersh- ip, Fifty thousand saw Behar Yourself win the Derby atr Churchill Downs with his stafcfe? mate, Black Seivant, a elese second. Whitney's Prude7y sarst third. of Poland Las gone to Silesia to end the xevo" lution by seeing the Polish leader and remonstrating jyilfeB The Premier him. Insurance t ! W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International MadetoMeasure Clothes. Second Floor, Jeffries Building. COLUMBIA, x Detective Lawmaking. - - KTT. The time devoten to the consideration of any measure adopted by the Legislature costs a good deal of money; also it causes delay in the presentation and discussion of other measurers. Wherefore, it is impotant always that when a law.is put through it should be accurately phrased enough to avoid nullification on such grounds as make the amendment void. A little more care in the prepara tion of the measure would have developed the need for quoting the measure to be amended; a mere reference is plainly barred by the organic law; Yet the Legislature bungled the act in that way and it is dead by court . anti-pistol-toting decree. Probably the provision . that persons convicted of carrying concealed weapons shall be dis franchised fqr two years is salutary. Certainly it would have the effect of deterring the better class of citizens from indulging in a practice which has cost the State so much in blood and reputation and has caused the lawmakers to go so iar in their attempt to discourage secret armament. Frequently the assertion has been made that the law against carrying concealed weapons has and dissarmed the has giVen to the thug a greater advantage in deadly encounter. But however true this may be in theory, the fact remains that the agitation for deterrent laws has aroused public sentiment against; wearing weapons concealed. Time was, and not so far back"; law-abiding when good citizens made weopon toting fashionable. Mere boys thought it manly to wear a revol-ve- r on the hip; striplings bought pistols, and business men slipped forty-five- s into holsters under their armpits. Now it is hardly respectable to s be armed. The risk the charge of cowardice; the concealed weapon is considered the sign of the sneak. The day may come when "pistols and brass knucks will rank equelly as the accrountreroents of the fit sub ject for the rogues' gallery. Meanwhile the slow progress of the law will have to be gone through with again. If the law is properly written, the chances are that it will stand the test. Otherwise, more time and money will be wasted and taxpayers will have to foot the bill as well as lose the benefit of the legislation. Louisville Times. pearl-handle- test. While doughnuts are no longer necesssary to keep up the morale of our fighters, everything that the doughnuts stood for during the war represents the general work of the Salvation Army here during peace time. Through contributing to the Salvation Army cause you are assisting the lassies and those the lassies represent to keep up the good work of helping "down and out "mankind. A dollar may not mean much to you but it mens a great deal to a brokendown man or woman, a hungry or child or a poor invalid in time of dire need. It took "dough" to make doughnuts during the war; it will take "dough" to keep up the morale of the needy during You have the peace time. "dough," the Salvation Army needs it badly. Are you going to fail the lassies in time of need after what they have done for Have you Forgotten. you and yours? Not as long as doughnuis are made of dough' "Help the Salvation Army Kentucky Post. lassies put the 'dough' in doughA hot fight will develop at Dan-vilnuts." where the Federation of Altho the armistice was signed Women's Clubs is holding its anlong ago, no service man, nor the nual convention. The contest parents or relatives of service will be over the election pf offmen have forgotten what the icers and politics is likely to get lassies did "over there" when mixed in the fight. the Yanks most needed care. The Salvation Army made a The Senate Naval appropria-- l name for itself; it stood the acid tion bill of $500,000,000 is held test. Now it is asking for funds up by Senator Borah and others that it may continue standing this in their fight for disarmament. d gun-totered The French resent Lfcyc George's speech in favor, of.tbe Attention was called by the Germans having Silesia and tb state board of health in an an- split is feared as the result.. nouncement issued here today to Former Senator Chamberi&5-Democr- at, the fact that the period of the of Oregon is. tipper J year when eggs must be candled begins on May 15 and does hot as one of the Hardmgappornteess Miss on the Shipping Board, end until January 15. Sarah Vance, director of the board's bureau of pure foods and drugs, issued the announcement. In it she stated her bureau intends to take a more active part than ever before in seeing that all violations of the statue will be prosecuted. The regulation provides, according to Miss Vance, that before any country storekeeper can buy eggs from a farmer they Similarly, must be candled. where poultry and egg dealers buy eggs likewise must be canBritish colonies are opposed i&? a treaty between England azwS? Japan without the saneucnr 53 the United States. Mrs. Emma Bergdoll was fmeeH $7,000 for conspiracy in the of her son, GeorgeC. Berg: doll, draft evader. ee--ca- pe Candle All Eggs The Frence governments 2xas declared that it will not allow German troops, to attack Poles in Northern Silesia:- - le John T. Adam3, of Iowa, wiDtC succeed Will H. Hayes as Chairdled. man of theNational Republlcrjc Selling of eggs by hucksters Committee. before they have been candled is Mrs. Helen Cox Maftmey, prohibited. 'When eggs are packed in cases, on the top of daughter of former Governor 3L M. Cox, of Ohio, died suddenrjr each case must be placed, a certiDayton. ficate of the form prescribed by at the state board of health, that Warrants were issnsd for ther eggs have been candled.-Ethe President and Cashier of a Baz&c at Tuscola, 111., said to. be shco& The Italians have elected a $400,000. , new Parliment in which ConstiThe Red rule inRus3Ss? 3e? tutionalists claim a majority. threatened by the sgrce- - i of Trotsky. Newberry has asked Harding for a good position for one of his, i The News $130 m KenMjsr Newberry's supporters. and $200 but of Kentucky x. &jT' . V" ' r 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. A Additional Locals For every purpose for which a a lioi jncnt is usually applied the modern remedy, Liquid Borozene, wilLdo the work more quickly, more throughly imd more pleasantly. Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Paull Drug Co. i Aa Interview With Col. H. C. White-U- . S. A. head, Remount Service, motor"Despite our present-da- y driven vehicles and trench warfare, the ratio of horses to men for the Allies was as one to four against one horse to each 3$i men during our own Civil War. And had the former conflict lasted a few weeks longer, the shortage of horses would have been woefully acute. The broad plans of the American Remount Association for Selective breeding are, therefore, an Important link in our chain of national defense." ' The above is a statement by Col. M. C. Whitehead, of the TJ. S. Remount Purchasing and Breeding - EE. C la our report of the names of the Lindsey-Wilson, graduating class, Ave printed the name of Robert Allison when it should have been "Nathan Allison Dr. C. M. Russell, W. E. Harris and Chelcic Barger were exhaulted to the Royal Arch degree in Columbia Chap tar. No. 7, last Friday night. THE .tlK!ME'll&A!L J to - w - C&-- Frank Mings, 33 years old, who lives in. the Eastern part of this county, was adjudged of unsound mind last Friday and sent to Lakeland. 'The Bloomer Girls will be here the second week in June to play Columbia, but the exact date is not yet known. Kotice will be given later. .$795 -- f. o. b. Detroit ."' Can you think of any other passenger ear that offers you so many advantages as the .For.d Sedan? The Russell circuit court opens the third Monday in this month. If it is possible this office will have a representative in attendance. r It is a car for everybody, everywhere. The busi- Lula Sinclair fell down a pair f steps in her residence, a few nights Ego and was considerably hurt, but no Mrs. ness man finds it an asset in his business; the farmer has no end of uses for it, and when it is done with gSSEKS&X businessit does duty for the whole family. bones were broken. Fishing party will spend next Sat- urday at Murrell's mill on Russell's oreek. The waters at this place are fine for angling. ; Order your Ford car now. ' -- "NICW" 95Kr QUAOTEC STAU.ION Messrs A. T. and F. C. Lowe, father and son, were made Master Masons Jn Columbia Lodge, No 96, last Thursday night. Campbellsville baseball team cover-a- d 'itself with glory when it defeated St. Mary. The score was 5 to 3 Seen at his headquarters in, Lexinjg-- 1 ton, Colonel Whitehead vouchsafed other highly enlightening information, not only about thebreeding work In progress, but also ,of, the, utility of Creating a sensation among intelligent people is not as easy as picking blackberaies, in season. Rev. R. V. Benneet was out all last week, speaking in the interest of the "Educational Movement. A tine rain, very much needed, fell lierelast Thursday morning truck is now booming. Garden Already canvassers are out, selling season tickets for the Chautauqua It apens here July 5. Next Monday will be county court. Usually a large crowd attends the June court. Again we call attention to opening Streets and building more dwellings in ' Columbia The concrete walk to the Lindsey-Wilso- n will soon be completed. Mr. Ad Richards, who got his right leg broken two months ago, is now able to come to town He uses churches,- and it will be some time before he will have good use of bis limb. a ' Additional Personals. ftMar-jjon,,K- . . Miss Edna Chewning, Romine, and y Jier.visitor, Miss Ida Hogard, of , spent last Sunday afternoon Sunday, uight at the home of Miss 2nd Chewning's grandfather, Mr. B, F. Chewing. ' Mr W. M. Diddle and wife passed through' here one day last week, en jou'te' for Jamestown, where Mrs. DJddle resided before her marriage. Mr. Diddle stopped here on his return to Western Kentucky. Mrs. J. A. Young, Mrs. J.W.Young, and two Children, Mrs V. Sullivan nd daughter, Cecil, Miss Ola Wilson nd Jo Perryman, went to Campbells-7Ul- e last Monday. Mrs. W. H. Wilson's birthday was to be celebrated . Mrs T. C. Faulkner and her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Lowe and little son, George, Jr., left Saturday morning to v&it a daughter of Mrs. Faulkner, spend-ing;tw.- largely upon the mares selected for breeding and the care selected jn rearing colts. They will belong to thj ' breeder the Government will have no strings on, them. The owner will HllCSt the thoroughbred horse ; the intimate be privileged ,to selL them to whomsorelation between racingind the main- -' ever he pleases at any time. They tenance and improvement of the stand will be horses' admirably adapted to 5 ' i4 ard of bipod lines and the importance work in bpth peace and war times. uBut the Government will depend of the .thoroughbred to th,e State of upon them for its supply; and the im; Kentucky in particular. portance of, the horse to the modeca American Remount Association," he army ia to be fqlly realized by the said, "is to save riding and driving comparison of figures already cited s horses, .and the race horse pertaining to the use of the horse hi from extinction. We want to produce the last great war with those of his in a truly American type of cavalry use during the Civil War. "As regards thoroughbred horses horse a horse with breeding and every practical horseman quality, as well as bone and substance racing, a weight-carrie- r and the best gen-- 1 knows that it is, first and forenpst, eml, purpose horse known a horse vitally necessary in order to testhe that will weigh from 1,000 to 1,250 quality of individual horses It Is the pounds, standing from, 15 hands, 1 final acid test that goes to measure inch, to 16 hands, tight made, with their value for breeding purposes, p good gait and action a walk, trot, and is thus decisively instrumental in hone ihat ran carry weight and the work of preserving and improving follow the hounds across country the thoroughbred horse as the race upthat the family can drive to cirurch, on which depends the preservation and also one that can hold his own and improvement of all our other kinds at hard work on the farm a horse of horsps and mule mares. that can be used to advantage and "Meanwhile,, the ovolntion of thoreconomically any, and everywhere, ex- oughbred Jiorse racing has given the sports-on-e cept in heavy draft. world a great "This -- type of horse, has splendid! that the. world, truly enjoys, if .the ,. Incorporated loolcs, quality, action, apd vigor a attendance at our metropolitan race Spectacles and Eye Glasses wonderful, horse for tha courses may he takeji as evidence of farmer and one that can ,be kept, at popularity, ,and which, wherever propKryptok erly conducted, is assuredly healthful a minimum cost. , (invisable bifocal lens) "Almost every commercial and mili-- 1 and Innocuous,, insofar, at least, as tary use will be met by the progenj concerns its effects on the great maArtificial Eyes citizens. of this breeding plan, dependent pri jority of normal-mindemarily upon the size, quality and 'The Slate of Kentucky is immenseFOURTH and CHESTNUT, blood lines of the mares used in breed- ly the richer for her industry of breedthoroughbred horses and its ing. Louisville, Ky. ing "Among the stallions to be placed seasons of racing. Millions throughout the United- Stftes thi3 and millions of dollars are invested la spring will be over one hundred head property throughout the state' as a res registered thoroughbreds sult nor is this taxable wealth con of big horses, with plenty of body, bone j fined to the holdings o'f millionaire en Business Phone and substance. These stallions, placed thusiasts whose establishments are Res. PhOA.e In the stud through Government agen- located in the Blue'grass District, by cies, will be available to farmers and any means. N "Many a Kentucky fanner is also a breeders at a minimum fee. The Government does not expect to make breeder of the thoroughhre I "jmd money, but to make It possible and often the male of a colt or filly nets feasible for the farmer and breeder him more than the prou':t3 of a seaDENTIST ap- - son's work on the farm. to get the service of a proved stallion for their good mares';" "Undoubtedly fhe. sport bfracinr; the object being to produce animals of thoroughbred huraes Is a trenfent(oii3 real value and use that will earn their business asaet to the state. Fu's such keep bring, a handsome profit when as, i daresay, the Kentucky .Tockey Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. mature. We expect the progeny at Club readily can adduce in tins o make general-purpos- e very weir might astound maturity who have never considered horses cavalry horses, riding and UP STAIRS. driving horses, show horses, hunters, the subject in Its substantial and ina race horses, , polo ponies, depending terial asDects." i ,the rush season.lcomes. us a card. ? Don't wait until Just' phone us or drop r ' , s- The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORATED I high-clas- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. J EAGLE"MIKAD0 I gul-lo- ! "$& EAGLE MIKADO Pencil No. 174 out-of-do- Southern Optical Company For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND j EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK se d CONTEST nt - -- Paramount Theatre A high-clas- 13-- B. 13-- A Beautiful Dr. J. Murrell Green Gold Watch Bracelet To be given to high-clas- s, g the I Most Popular Young Lady Remember, Each Ticket Purchased Counts 50 Votes. Any Girl Over 12 Years can Enter the Contest Below we give the name of each contestant and the number of votes received by each, up to the present: Carrie Grissom Vera Taylor Jewell PhelD3 ...'. 8 330 " Kon-tuckia- COLUMBIA, KY When your breath is bad, appetite poor, and you feel "blue" you need Herbine. One or The two doses will set you right. It is a great system purifier. Price, 60c. is' p,ut, Adv. plants: Sold by Paull Durg Co A Ozark. Or Frances Reed. Creel Sublett. 100 50f- - 6 360 Splendid Offer. . It has been selling so zes, and jalso a few May cherlow 'that farmers have almost ries. Other varieties of fruit killed. It is fortunate that there given it the go bye. The Republican candidates have been busy, going over this precinct. The vote will be very much divided. The women voters in this locality will all go to the polls. A large crowd attended d Bros, singing at Shiloh last Sunday. It was an all day affair, dinner on the ground. The teachers in this section and those who contemplate teaching, are glad that a branch State Normal will open at Columbia on the 6th of this month. Wol-for- There are a few apples here largest corn eorp in years and but few tobacco that were not killed by the free- LulaParson Catherine Page 1400 1000 650 350 300 300 Ur W ButhStots Maude Bradley will be an abundant crop of ' . other States $2.40. treated with a remedy that has the Globe Democrat The Twice-a-wee- k powe-r- to penetrate the flesh. Bal- be3t and newest ' papers is one of the 'lard's Snow Liniment is especially published in this, country. We do not adapted for such ailments'. Three know how long this proposition will . sizes, 80c, 60c, and $1,20 per oottie, hold good, therefore, If you want the Sold by Paull Prog Co. papers, call or send m your subscrip" Cberrlwi wanted. Call News Office tion at once. 1 Here is a proposition we make to readers who want a city paper, but do not want jrdaily: Warren county, who resides in We will furnish the Adair County days en route at Louisville. News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrat for $lf90 per year, in A. bad sprain heals slowly if not Kentucky. To subscribers living in blackberries. Lucille Winfrey MabelHlndman Helen Patteson Dora Eeece ,250 200 100 m Our community will be given an opportunity to see Loy Bros., picture show (Tuesday) By the way a good picture show is very much enjoyed. If it teaches a good, moral lesson the ones who operate the machine should be patronized. On the other hand- if the pictures are ugly and indecent, they should ' not be tolerated. to-nig- ht Paramount Theater. tive, does not leave his home any more. He is now about eighty seveD years old. "When a young man he was the best rifle shot in Adair county. He used a Settles rifle, and it was not uncommon for him to kill two dozen squirrels in a few houra any day he weal out. He shot them in the head and would not take aim unless he could get a bead at the head. He is almost totally blind at this time. He served in the Federal army during the civil war. He has voted the Democratic ticket ever since he has reached his - -majority. . - Mr. John Bryant, who is a n v