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It may not be possible to save much. If not, save a little. Do not thing that a dollar or a dime is too small a sum to lay by Everybody knows how little expenditures get away with large sums. A few seem to know that the rule is one that works both ways. A dime spent here and a dollar spent there soon makes a large hole in a My Impressions of Columbia. Pollard's Chapel Dedicated. Death of Cassius flood. well-know- Burned to Death. J- - r n Mr. Ed Poore a young man who was The passing of this A tremendous crowd of people as Dear Sir, sembled at Pollard's Chapel last Sun- young man was not a surprise to his rearedin Columbia, a son of Wm. and As per your request to write a letter, day, the occasion being the dedication many friends, as he was afflicted with Anna Poore, lostjs life while on duty to your valuable paper, on some sub of the new church 'completed a short pulmonary trouble, and had been an at Memphis, Tenn , last Satnrday ject, and thinking the matter over, time ago. invalid for more than a year. He was week.. years oldr The deceased was a boiler making I thought I would draft up a few Many years ago when Pat Davis was only, about twenty-seve- n lines, about your splendid little tdwn quite a xyoung man in the Miltown He realized his condition and last by profession and was enroute to work of Columbia. I have traveled very neighborhood, concluded to preach, year he went to North Carolina, hop- at the factory, when the oil in the extenilrjjty throughout the principal! and his first sermon was delivered in ing to prolong his years, but there tank which was conveyed to the encities of the United States, including the old church, on the same grounds was no improvement, and a few gine, became ignited by the carelesssmall towns and hamlets, but I want which the new building now occupies. months ago he returned to his home, ness of a negro helper and the oil to say, you have one of the best little The boys and girls that he was reared remaining in his room until the end back If rtfd and spread over Mr. Poore's towns here, that I ever visited. In with, and many of the older people which occurred last Wednesday morn- face and body. He sucked the blaze, Jbhe first place you have the best side- were out to hear him. From that day ing at 7 o'clock. , and wassoon"unconslcious,conveyed to walks that you will find anywhere . in he took up local work, and for a num The funeral was conducted Thurs- the hospital, dying on Tuesday, mornthe country. A residentor can leave ber of years he has been a prominent day morning at 9 o'clock and the in- ing at 6:15 his threshold, and walk to any part of minister in the Methodist Church, terment was in the Cox cemetery, a After funeral services, held in Memthe little town, without getting his serving congregations in different large circle of sympathizing relatives phis, the body was shipped to this shoes soiled. There is plenty of shade- - parts of the State. For the past and friends being present. place, arriving last Saturday afteron all the streets, some beautiful lit- fifteen years he has been in evange The deceased was the second son of noon, accompanied by his wife, tle homes, which all the Columbia peo- listic work, and hundreds have been Mr. and Mrs. ' Creed Hood, and was mother, his brother Will, his sister-in-laple are interested in, pretty lawns, converted under his preaching. born and reared where he died,, three and a friend, Thos. J. Connolly. The people in the neighborhood con- miles out of Columbia, on the beautiful flowers, surrounding each The deceased aunt, Mrs. Sale, had pike. little home. lam a close observer, cluded that Bev. Divis was the probeen here esveral days. The remains and one thing in particular I notice, per minister to dedicate the new The deceased served in the World were placed in the parlor of Grissom you don't see any debris, such as bar- church He was invited to come, ac- war, and the hardships he encounter- &Patteson's undertaking establishrels, boxes, and old papers lying around cepted, and on last Sunday he faced ed In the army probably shortened ment, remaining until Sunday afterany place. The sanitary condition of something like a thousand people who his life. noon when the burial took place in He was patriotic, loved his country the city cemetery. A short service the town from my observation I be- - gathered in a grove near the building. lieve is first-clasThe people of the After a debt of over three hundred and was willing to die for it. It was was held at the grave, conducted by of- the nicest kind'. town are They dollars was assumed, Bev. Davis, in a while he was in the army the surgeon Bev. Leslie J B. Smith. greet you with a friendly good morn- most interesting1 discourse dedicated of his regiment told him that on acThe deceased was a member of the ing, and they all show the" good old the new church at the service of God. count of his failing health, he could Presbyterian Church, having made a After the sermon, dinner was an secure for him his discharge. Cassius profession, joining the congregation1 southern hospitality. I have had several invitations to visit some of the nounced, and such an abundahce of flatly refused, saying that he entered here when quite a lad He is rebest farmers, and influential men in food, consisting orham, chicken, mut- the army to serve, and. that he had no membered in Columbia as a bov where the county. In concluion I will say, ton, fresh pork, 'and many different patients with a stacker. When death he grew to manhood in the home of that I am enjoying my visit in your kinds of delicacies were never before came it left all who knew him in sorr- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs James midst, and hope to remain for the spread before an Adair couutv audi- ow", . Curd. He was a young man of sterling rest of the summer. I also had the ence. It was a great day of rejoicing, Our information is that as a man he Pollard character, and was a favorite of the was a skilled workman,whose services pleasure of driving, with horse and long0 to be remembered. buggy to Milltown, which I consider Chapel, neighborhood has long been young people in his neighborhood were always in demand. a very pretty little place. I enjoyed known for her generous hospitality, He was preceded to the grave by a We extend our sympathy co the the trip very much. I am contem- and while the preparations for this sister and his father, their deaths oc- widow, mother, brother and all other plating making a good many of these occasion were done on a much larger curring enly afew months ago. relatives. May the blessing of God comfort drives, if the weather and road con- scale than usual, it was done cheerHe left quite a large sum ditions will permit. I find that com- fully, all the donors' feeling happy the surviving members of the house- in life insurance. hold is the wish of every body in the modity, such as provisions, produce, over the day Rev. Davis lives in Louisville, the neighborhood. Cassius could not get Public Sale. clothing, and other necessary articles, are as cheap here in Columbia, as you metropolis of the state, but with all well, and as he was ready for his Mawill find in Louisville. I could quote her advantages, he is never happier ster's call, they should rejoice that he Having decided to return to Harlan you some articles that are cheaper,, than when ha is preaching to the peo- is now free from suffering, and that county, 1 will on Saturday, June 11th, and throughout, fine lot of business ple of his home county. after awhile there will again be a sell at my premises, to the highest men, who are satisfied with a small united family. bidder, the following property: All Prof. P. D. Neilson. my household and "kitchen furniture, profit, and don't want great big marr An Old Relic Pound. 'gins, like you find in other towns. consisting of Bedsteads, Bureaus, taProf P. D. Neilson, who was at the banks, You also have two first-clas-s bles, stoves, etc. The sale will start head of the McMlnnville, Tenn., Mr. G. W. Harris, who lived here at 9 a. m- - The location is on and the officials will at all times exthe tend courtesy to all its patrons. I schoola,made an enviable reputation in several years, assisting Mr. G. B. farm formerly owned by E. K. Young, could write of a great deal more of that city. A dispatch from that place. Smith in the milling business, losing one mile easb of Columbia. his wife here, now lives at Danville, G. T. Herriford, Auctioneer. the nice treatment, we have received speaking of the schools says: "Prof. P. D. Neilson was with his son, Dr. Elam Harris, was "by all the people out here among S. H. Kassem. God's nature and the kindness and superintendent, but declined since he with friends here a day or two of last courtesy myself and wife have re- has accepted the position of superin- week. He exhibited to The News a Have You a Car? ceived. We are enjoying our visit tendent of the city schools of Harri-ma- spring backed knife, when opened was We do expert starter, generator, Mr. Neilson has not only made eight inches long, the handle being very much, and will always hold a a most splendid instructor, made out of bright metal. He stated Motor, Battery repairing and rechargthe school watm spot in.our hearts for welding but In the Methodist church has that he was cultivating a garden on ing, Beborlng, and Brazing, anything you car needs been a most valuable worker, having the site where a college building was Eespectfully yours, i successfully taught the large men's burned forty years ago, and in turn- done. Agents for the Famous GenerCapt. J. P. Carney. Bible class. He has been a splendid ing over the ground he found the al Electrio ''Titan" Storage battery Dr. A. J. Wawahoo. . citizen and his departure is a scource knife. It was evidently carried as a guaranteed 18 months All work guaranteed prices right of deep regret to the entire town. dirk by some one many years ago. Bring your car to the Pag&igarage to ' Tbe subject of this sketch is an Mrs. Neilson has added much to the Uriah Bradshaw Dead. have your work done. Indian herbalist who has been located spiritual and social life of the town. Respt. for the past 3 or 4 months some 4 Their only child, Miss Mary Fleming Myers & Flowers. Last Tuesday afternoon the subject miles south east of Jamestown, "Rus- Neilson, is very popular among the younger set " of this notice died at his home in sell county, near the mouih of Lily AM Kind of Sifoes and Harness He was Some years ago Prof. Neilson was at the Bliss neighborhood. creek, a short distance above Greasy - Repaired. this about sixty years old and was a native Creek Ldg. Dr Wawahoo Is reported the head of the Lindsey-Wilsoas being a graduate from 5 of the lead place, and he and his family are very of Eussell county, but he had lived in We have secured a shoe and harness ing medical colleges of this country.to pleasantly remembered in Columbia. Adair for a number of years He was have done special study at the Univer- He Is a very superior teacher, and as known as a barn builder, and his ser- repair man, which can do all kinds of sity of Berlin, Berlin, Germany, and disciplinarian, he is not outclassed. vices were at all times in demand. this repairing, including sewing on Come and try him. Prices to hold a patent from the government Pupils under him soon learn that his He,was,a very industrious mati, doing soles word is authority, and on account of his work well. He was sick but one will be right, leather is cheaper. to.manufacture his own remedies. T. G. Rasner & Son. He is 82 years old, a veteran of 5 the strict manner in which he con week. He Is survived by a wife and I family of children, who have the sym-- I wars, including 2 Indian wars; has 2 ducts a school, they have the utmost pathy of the people who live in the f 3 sons in Germany, 3 daughters respect for him Paid List. neighborood. The funeral and burial "IwTth the Bed Cross in lapan, and his Over The Top. occurred Wednesday. parents are both living and enjoying The following are new paid subscrib- T life at the ripe old ages of 105 and ers and renewals since our issue of last The drive for 83,300 by the MethoFrightful Accident 107. The doctor at this time has Tuesday dist people of Columbia Church, for aboat 700 patients from all over the Jas. N Conover, W. L. Brookman, county and different parts of the Educational purposes, was concluded Last Wednesday morning In descend- E, R. Baker, W. S. Baker, Lizzie Carlast Sunday night after one week's state. ing the back steps at her mother's ter, C. T.StultSj L. Akin, S. S. Goode, work. When the subscriptions were home, MissTirginla Smith's shoe heel W L Fletcher. Wilrhore Wins Suit. added it was found that $3,500,50 had caught and she' fell to the bottom, been raised, $250 over the amount there being quite a number of steps. Kentucky Oil Leases For bale. asked, and there are yet cards of sub- la th,flit of James A. Wilmore vs The accident was alarming, and at the United States Casualty Company, scriptions to come in. Bev. Bennett, first it was thought by those who Tou can obtain valuable Oil Leases a jury in Circuit court late Tuesday pastor of the Church said Sunday reached her instantly that she was returned a verdict fn plaintiff's favor night that it took less work to raise dangerously hurt. After she was car- from the undersigned. If interested for 49.99, the amount sought, with the above amount than any drive be ried to her room. It was found that no write for description. We are always iftteeeet from July 26, 1920. It .was was ever in. In Southern Methodism bones were brakes, but she was con- in the market for desirable Leases . j.. wis aaierauo w uua ou a $33,900,000 was to be raked and there siderably' bruised about the head,' Iroquois Gee," Oil 3c Bealty Corporation e than that body and arms. Is a day er twe afee' NcSKlloCarMeyBlk.,atficcWet .policy. Froft a is not a doubt 'JIB- ' titaotwillbarafed. SyracujiNi Y. came arosad all right, Paper -w Editor News: The Convention of Christian Church' at Chestnut Grove Church, thelrtter part of May was largely attended Interesting reports were made and several excellent sermons delivered. The people of the neigh-hoo- d showed their hqspitalityr and was an abundance for everybody there in the way of refreshments. es, held ,- Camp-bellsvil- le The branch Normal opened last Monday morning at the Lindsey-Wilso- n buildings'. . The teachers are Prof. R. V. Bennett, "'Mrs. Mary Biggs and man's income, so do dimes and dollars Miss Pepper, of Frankfort. Hon. H. laid away soon become a visible and a B. McChesney was here yesterday and respectable accumulation. In this will be here to give instruccountry any man can make himself tions in physical culture. or keep himself under the harrow for life, according to the way The home place of the late Gaither he saves his small change. Bryant, and 195 acres of timbered land were sold to the highest We are selling this week a special bidder last Monday. It- - was sold in. blend of Teas blended specially for two tracts and brought $4,100. FayCold Drinks, at 25c per lb . was priced ette Bryant became the purchaser. at 50c. Its fine The land was sold by Master Commissioner W A Coffey. Rossell & Co. to-da- y, s. - Ik, W There is a law against the "cutout." Listen and eee if you do not hear one every ten minutes in the day, and up to twelve o'clock at night. There is also a speed limit in the corporate limits of Columbia which is violated every day. It is common for automobiles to go oat and come in on Burkes-vlll- e street at the rate of thirty miles an hour. If this law is not enforced there Is great danger of a child or children being killed. Children, whose homes are fronting the street, are often at play on the highway, and when they are busy in the sand, no thought of danger enter their minds. . James Crenshiw, born and reared in Metcalfe, county, was arrested a few dais asro in Sonora, Hardin county, charged with counterfeiting and moonshiriinfr He is now in the jail, awaiting the action of the Federal authorities. Steps are being taken to build a Methodist church on Harvey's Ridge-Mr- . C. C Lewis wa3 in Columbia last Friday, sollcitingisubscriptions Quite a tittle sum vas subscribed, and tha move will be pushed until there is a sufficient sum raised to erect -the-buildin- We talfe Gass. Given, it that the community his-wi- fe now prepared to give gass for the painless extraction I am of teeth. H. W. Depp, Dentist Last week a robbery was perpetrated in Louisville and the name of David Banks was given as the robber. There is a David Banks born and feared at Cane Valley this county, a son of the generally will attend the chautauqua-W-e advise every person to buy a season ticket. It will be much cheaper and will save a lot of worry. A splendid program has been announced, and every body should hear each number on it ed n. "Colum-biasd'its"residentor- s." Oxy-Acetyle- ne n, Fowls and eggs shipped by the S. H. Grinstead, Co., from their branch house at Columbia, Ky , for the month, of May 1921. No of fowls shipped 19.a71, weighing 80.036; 1,550 cases of late Owen Banks, a young business eggs of .30 dozen each making 46,500 manbf Chicago, 111.,' who is above re- dozen, costing approximately $23,447.-2- 0 proach Fearing that some one might report that he was the Banks named Mrs. J G, Eubank was taken alarmin the daily p'apere, his mother r'wants this statement published in order to ingly ill last Tuesday just after the noon hour. Heart inaction was the protect his good name. cause of tho trouble. Dr. C. M. RusNext Friday and Saturday will be sell was called and administered, and clean up days for Columbia. Gather in a short time relief was brought your refuse, old cans, etc., and" place about. same on the street, convenient for the Vr T A. Firkin, thi3 place, who wagon. This is an order fromthe Board of Health and it should be had a growth in his nose which greatly interferred with his breathing, went strictly obeyed. to Louisville and had it removed. S. P. Miller, Health Officer. been at home several days and says: Mr John Sterrett, graduated from that he has been greatly relieved. Center College this year. He has alWhat are the duties of the Town ready been appointed assistant professor of EoKlish at the University of Marshal of Columbia? If there ara Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Prof. Ster- any laid down they should be posted, rett has the reputation of being a and the Marshal notified. The Chair very bright young man. His mother man of the municipal board should was born and reared in Columbia, and see that the laws are enforced. before her marriage was Miss Mabel Be ,at the Paramount Theater. Bhorer, daughter of Hon M H. "Buck Jones in the "Big Punch' Ehorer and wife.-- He is also a nephew Tuesday night. Thursday nightr of Mr. M. Cravens. Charles Ray, "Greased Lightning.'" Saturday night, Wm. Russell in "A Our new man is very good in sharp- Cheater Reformed " ening hand and cross out saws and Mr W. J. Chumbley, Jamestown farming tools. Try him. who was a Republican candidate for T. G. Easner & Son . County Attorney of Russell, has withs The decoration services at drawn from the race, leaving a clear was largely attended, perhaps field for R 'E. Lloyd, the present injTour or five hundred people. There cumbent. were a number of short and appropriCompanion Dunigan of Danville, ate talks. The principal address was will be here next Friday afternoon delivered by Mr. R. L. Durham, who is a citizen of Greensburg, but is tem- and at night he will inspect Columbia porarily located at Purdy where he is Chapter, No. 7, R. A. M. All local Companies are urged to be present. engaged in getting out lumber. Rev. Pat Davis, of Louisville One good second hand buggy for preached a 'short discourse at the sale. Come and get prices on Methodist church last Sunday night. new ones al30. He sprinkled it with humor, keeping" S. F. Eubank. the audience smiling; He-ha- s Bear-wallow to-da- y . ..-- -. j. bot-kor- -- -- berland river. They will pitch their body Invited to ated. tent a short dietaaee Wow the Mouth The News $1.50 in Xtitiefcy? of Gnu? Creek. Messrs. W. T. McFarland, Sale There will be a slagiag at Wblit. Oak, on Sunday evening Jane ntb, Coffe? and J.F.Tatteson leftThurs-morninori a fishing trip, 'to Cum- conducted by G. C. Btect. "Xritir; g, i 9 V X V f 'N v "". y :' .',??w.! H.J-- 2 .!&.. . -- ''. ft"""-- ; . (C r" ' ?. 2 - ., ' . ,adair:county news The Winning Heart. . T SCHOOL PAYS The only way to win a heart, Is when human nature takes a part. There are many people here and Paint Insurance Destruction of your property by fire is remote destruction by decay and neglect is certain. - You are carrying fire insurance, which protects you against possible loss, but does not prevent fire Paint affords positive protection and ensures yeni against decay and deterioration by the elements, besides it increases the value of your property and add x to its appearance. there, Of whom' we think we could trust a care. Many of the friends we meet, With disposition just so sweet. And costly garments . they display. Some are your friends for only one day. But pure in heart ways are warp that last, Which can alljfalse ideas blast, A winning heart we have been told, Is worth much more than all our gold. Mi if uiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiimiim For a winning heart when given a thought, For all our gold could not be brought. A winning heart, love and good will, gyce'i8 For every surface that needs to be painted, varnishea or stained, you'll find a Pee Gee Paint or Finish that will give you lasting satisfaction at lowest cost. Half st entury of reputation for highest quality is behind the Pee Gee Trademark. Ask us for FREE Paint Book "Homes and How to Paint Them"' for Color Cards, or write direct to Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt 1 Something to Think About By THE GIRL ON THE JOB S How to Succeed How to Get Ahead How to Make Good Co., iaccu LouisviH, Ky: Columbia, Kentucky. 5 Will many a home true pleaures fill. RUSSELL & TAYLOR By JESSIE ROBERTS nmiiiimiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimmin But good willand friendship F. A. WALKER LIBRARY WORK JBLONDES rests, Upon mother nature's hovering AND BRAINS blonde ladles as members of a jury which was about to hear a case under bis jurisdiction. "Blondes are fickle," were the words attributed to the justice, intimating that fickleness Is a bar to what the Jaw is supposed to assure the person on trial. A year or so ago a big Western employer In advertising for office help aanounced that he would not receive rthe applications of blondes, giving as a reason that he had found them Inattentive to work and temperamental In disposition. --- recently LEARNED judge A quoted he would notwas from his as announcing approve of bench that The community must recognize that j positions of this kind, which are an as- A Boston supporter of Presiset to the whole neighborhood, should light receive a fair return. A good library dent Harding quotes with great cannot be good unless the librarians following from the We know that these colors of hair who work in it are well trained and approval the prevailed because in the discovery of Such cannot go on forever recent address'of the President almost every burial place of people of making sacrifices because they wish that time light or reddi.slily tinged to serve the community, and love the incidental to the bringing back hair has been found. 0 co America of the remains of labor they do. It- Is interesting to note that the Is high time to insist on a proper m mv It American soldiers, asking three parts of the body which longest increase in library salaries. resist the disintegration which follows triumphantly S if the words found (Copyright.) death are the teeth, the finger nails O below do not show the proper and the hair, and of these the last two are very nearly of the same charconception by the President of acter. THE ROMANCE OF WORDS America's motives in going to Which is getting some little way distant from the contention that "BUMPER." war: hlonde women are not fit for jury duty was the The Camel idea wasn't born then. because they are fickle. "These heroes were sacrificed t ovu in uie sense of a "bumper" of wine and exclusive exrjert Camel blend that revolutionized in the supreme conflict of all huDido, queen of Carthage, of whom therefore belonging to the malt, Virgil writes In the Aeneld, was not cigarette smoking. vinous and dgad languages man history. Tney saw democfickle, although she was a blonde. She this word harks back to the racy challenged and defended it. stuck to her hero through thick and That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic days 5f the Restoration when ihln and killed herself with a sword the drinking was deep and the They saw civilization threatened gives Camels such tobaccos hits just the right spot. that he furnished. shouting long and when, as Cleopatra, who had red hair, a and rescued it. They saw Amermellow mildness and fragrance! penance for any slip of the shade darker than the real blonde, tongue or forgetfulness of manica affronted and resented it. was not what one might call absoluteners, the culprit was sentenced The first time smoked Camels knew they were They saw our nation's rights imly constant In her devotions, but in to drink a "bumper" without knew they were the smoothest, finest made for me. 'modern society she might not be listed spilling a drop. periled, and stamped those rights as extremely fickle. As this feat did not depend cigarette in the world, at any price. But the analyzing of society, ancient with a new sanctity and renewso much upon the liquid capacor modern, according to the color of ity of the drinker as upon the Nobody can tell me anything different ed security." the hair, would not furnish very substeadiness of his nerves, It was stantial basis for judging either womno light task particularly well This is well said. If we could en or men, blondes or brunettes. along toward morning. A large TURKISH &DOMESITCjS3 be sure that it represented the goblet or a small bowl was ' cioitTTt r is what is just under their hair It filled to the brim with wine and real thoughts of the President, that establishes the real qualifications then a few additional drops for any sort of duty. we could accept it as a summing R. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co. were carefully added, so that Winston-SaleN. C Brains are all one color. the liquid would not overflow JLKJ up satisfactory to the whole na If the color of hair determined but would actually rise a fracability what would become of the untion. But Mr. Harvey, who tion of an Inch over the top of fortunates who haven't any hair at the containing vessel. The surbears Mr. Harding's commission all? face, being convex, was said to mind about your hair, young Never as American Ambassador to be "bumped up" and it was lady readers. Don't bother about Its then accepted as a true "bump-'er.- " ic, Bennett says, the prominent haps an adventure, "now, my Great Britain, has, in strident Just Matter of Deduction. color, and don't spend too much time It is In this sense of "filing" it citizen wanted the horse. So he boy, here's your $5; and I'll give terms, contradicted and denounc"more than full" that we still h If you are to be anxious about anyrefer to a "bumper crop" or a ed the thoughts Mr. Harding utthing, be anxious about the Inside of Speaking of the development advertised, offering S5 reward you another $5if you'll tell me "bumper audience." your head instead of the outside. ters above. Who, then, repre- of the story-tellin- g (Copyright) talent in for its return. The town half- just how you found my horse." That's the side that counts. boy of nineteen, with a i (Copyright) sents the Republican party, youth, all ac- wit, a tirst-clas- s. 5,-00- There has always bfcen a good deal ef discussion regarding the relative attractiveness of blondes and brunettes despite the fact that in the long ago when the caveman was the fclghest type of civilization, we were all blonde, or at least red hair was the darkest tint. The reason why nature covered primeval men and women with blonde or red hair was twofold; that it served the same purposes of low visibility which is sained by the animals whose fur coats blend with the surroundings in which they live and the fact that those colors better protected the skin from the effects of direct sun work has a great appeal women. A girl is sure of a good deal of liberty in such work, can add to its value and interest if she be so minded, and can feel fairly certain of permanent employment. But the salaries are small, very small. Like the teacher, the librarian must struggle to make both ends meet and keep up appearances. She has usually had a thorough edncation and a special trainings that has cost money. Sometimes she begins her work with a debt to pay off. She often injures her health in the attempt to do this. This is wrong. I know one young woman who is librarian in a technical library. Everything about the work is attractive and interesting; the girl loves it. But she could not afford to keep the position were it not that she has a small private Income to help, and no one dependent upon her. She gets only $1,300 a year, with a short vacation. LIBRARY breast, What is better than a sunny smile? Which we can treasure in our heart for many a mile. When .our friends smile and say good-by- e, Its a time which makes us sigh But their smile is with us yet, When they are gone ve won't forget. Remember well that whatever you do, Do it with a heart that is noble and true.. Follow good will's footsteps nev- er to fall, Libraries and library positions are to see a great Increase in the next few Have a winning women years. Clever and for all. will be In demand. But how can such well-bred heart and love women - afford, with living expenses what they are, to take positions so poorly paid? There- must be a change in these things. Mittie"M. Bennett, Montpelier, Ky. Harding orjtlarvey? - Thewrafo er m&de a cigarette is in rajr day ?w mM jzr w& tJ it It I I I Came "Well, boy. o 1" SUPKRFICIAL-T- Y. is Lightweight going to study geology. He Well, ' She Mazie I am glad that she'll at last get beneath the surface of something. Harding or Harvey? Mr. Hard, "New Even to Teacher. James had been out of school sev- ing straddled all through his eral days and his teacher wrote his canvass for the office of Presmother a note asking what was wrong ident; does he propose to continwith him.. Back came this answer: "Miss Teacher James. Is very sick and I had to have the doctor for him. ue to straddle in the handling of He says to keep James home for sev- executive business? Louisville eral weeks, for he has information on the stomach and bowels." Post. -- O- Richard Bennett, the tor, is fond of relating this inci- harelip, came one afternoon leading the horse, with a strap about dent: the size of a shoestring, to the Some years ago a prominent prominent citizen's door. The citizen of a town lost a horse. was pleased, It was not much of a horse. In horse's owner fact, it was blind in one eye and , "Now," said he kindly, scentspavined. But, perhaps as a rel ing a good narrative and per-" right," said the "I jus' thought if I wm that old horse where I would go? and I did and he was." He got the extra five. KanMti -- City Star. mm Cherries wasted. Call News Offlct .,.,.,.. , f. iin Wir 4as8ssVscsr raS"lr'ij5s. r S r Liii "'TT'TI ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 Mllliown. teaching School in Georgia, has returned to spend a few weeks. HH rfHAiw iflVBaw risBii( isHHiiiw. .tfi .Bi Jtr " M. M- - s- - "B The first Sunday, which is the Gradyville day of dedication at.. Pollards Chapel. A large crowd is exWe are still very dry. No topected. bacco much has been set, on acSeveral from this place attendcount of it being so dry. ed Haag's Show in Columbia last Mr. Jeff Parson and wife moMonday. tored over to their daughter, Rev. Kemper filled his regular Mrs. Irene Page, near Sparks-villappointment at this place last one afternoon last week. Sunday. Mr. Tompsnn Bell, from the Mrs. Len Squires is visiting Red Lick community, spent one her mother, Mrs. Alfred Brock night last week with the family man. of W. S. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fee3R and Mr. H. E. Kinnaird, bought a little .daughter, of Dayton Ohio, nice, yearling calf from Basil spenf several days recently at Richard, Saturday, for $11.00. the home of the latters parents, George, a little sdn of Elbert Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatcher. Nell, was quite sick last SaturMr. and Mrs Noel Thomas of day, but at this time is better. Cincinnati, are visiting friends Quite a lot attended the all and relatives of this place. day meetings at Tartar's Chapel Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatcher were last Sunday and Monday. shopping in Columbia last Friday. Mrs. G. H. Nell, from ColumMr. Bramlet Butler, who has bia, spent the week at this been on the sick list, is improvplace, last week, visiting relaing. tives. She also visited the UnMr. Jim Baker, of Montana, ion cemetery. visited his niece, Mrs. R. S. Mr. James Hunter, of Nell, English, recently. was among the visitors to this Mrs. J. R. Tutt Jr. spent the place Saturday. latter part of last week with her Messrs. D. C. Wheeler, Olie aunt, Mrs. Paterom, and grand- Breeding, Albert Brummett, F. mother, Mrs. Miner, of Greens-burE. Kinnaird and others were here Monday, delivering lambs. Chapman Dahoney has had Mr. Mr. Sam Dudley, wife and baa very sore hand caused from a by visited Mrs. Murphy, near felon on his thumb. He had to Sparksville, Sunday. have his thumb lanced. Mr and Mrs. Strong Hill, Mr. Cecil and Sallie Caldwell are and Mrs. Porter Flowers attendvisiting relatives of this place. ed the birthday dinner at J. H. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatcher and Moore's Sunday. daughter, Tavie, Mr. and Mrs. A Monipelier. C. Hatcher, and children, spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Thomas. Our farmers are very busy at Wright, who is present planting and plowing Miss Dollie teaching at Fry spent last Satur- corn. day night and Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ' Grider parents. of this place visited relatives at Mrs. Betty Glensfork Sunday. Died on the 22nd, Lef twich. age 88 years. She had Several from this place attendbeen an invalid for some time. ed the funeral of Uncle Green The funeral services were con- McKinley at Glensfork last Sunducted Monday afternoon by Rev. day. The Rayburn, of Gradyville. Mr. Bee Peece, of Nell section interment was m the Milltown spent the latter part of last week cemetery. at the home of J. C. Reese. Sunday school is progressing R. T. Bennett bought of H. L. nicely at this place. Bennett, Glensfork, 15 shoats Miss Maud Thomas spent sev- consideration 60. eral days in Greensburg, J. W. Blair, who died on the 23rd of this month at his home 3 miles above Glensfork, a victim Pellyton. of kidney and heart trouble was place Mr. W. G. Ellis and wite, of buried at Pleasant Hill thi Garland, were here last Sunday. on the 24th. A large crowd and friedns attended Dr. L. F. Hammond, who acthe last sad rites. companied J. C. Ellis to LouisMary Burton, this place, ville to undergo an operation for Miss Satappendicitis has returned and re- visited friends at Esco last ports Mr. Ellis stood the opera- urday night. e, g. ? .? Mmh Mt MF ? $ ? $ $ c BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING I am now ready to supply young men, old men aad boys with clothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this line, call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I tny stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. 'bought them right, and they are being solfi at the shortest profit. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. i i i i t i i i BUGGIES AND WAGONS. i have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds at living prices. Rid- - at I LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Jit matters not what you need on the farm, can please you in the article and price. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Colun bia Barber Shop :)K)K LOWE as as VHBV Ilea"" vltfHflH A MORAX jj fc !l Sanitary Shop, wherb both Satisfaction and Gratification are Guaranteed. as of-relati- ves Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 5- - tion fine and is getting along nicely. Mr. T. 0. Morton and wife, of Casey Creek were visiting relatives here Sunday. Mr. R. C. Borders was with our merchants last week. Mr. Leonard Burreas, of Liberty was here Sunday. Judge Junius Hancock, candi-dat- e for County Attorney was here last week. Judge G. T. Herriford candidate for County Judge was here last week. What Sunday Did in Cincinnati. Theypo Together home, it's When you see an attractive, more than likely that home has been "Green-Sealed- ." years Hanna's Green Seal For more than thirty-thre- e Paint has been keeping homes clean and fresh lc ing, and thus adding to the civic beauty. well-painted Monejr back without question SKIN if HUNT'S GUARANTEED Billy Sunday's Cincinnati record here: Preached 103 sermons speaking approximately words. Spoke before audiences totalto three quarters of ing one-haa million persons. Induced about 15,000 men and women to "hit the sawdust trail" in 38 days of the trail hitting. Talked to 40,000 persons on his last day in the city, getting Mr. Lee Sanders, Joe Jones, 2,200 of them to come do am the Scott Campbell, who have been trail. lf the treatment of Itch, Eczema. Ringworm,Tetter or other itching skin diseases. Try thia, treatment at our risk. Paull Drufl Co. DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt's Salve and Soap), fail in. I f Used 40 Years Stuffed Egg Salad. Cut 6 eggs in halves lengthwise. Remove the yolks and mix Tiie Woman's Tonic with 1 tablespoon butter, I tablespoon tomato catsup, I cup fineSold Everywhere ly chopped stuffed olives and salt r. a and pepper to taste.' .Repack the eggs. Press the halves together and arrange in nests of crisp lettuce leaves. Pour a little cooked dressing over each egg. In Russia 100 Americans are The Louisville Board of Trade Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist s of & lettuce should be sprinkled attending school at Campbells-vill- e, refused to commit itself on the The being held by the soviet Special attention given Disease The Alps mountains harbor with French dressing. The Tiave returned home. Domestic Animals matter of race horse gambling. more than 1,000 glaciers. may be reserved for Office at RejiJeo.ce, 1 mile of town, or olives Mr. Frank Harrison and family Nine labor unions are 8prinkliag over the eggs. aiieetown road. The German government has are visiting relatives and friends No sense of economy recon.G by the report of the New York' at Elkhorn. ciles a man to a 'squeaking half fined the ex .Kaiser's son for ex- l V - TGohimlifA. Ky The News $li50 inKy, porting money. Legislative Committee as Reds, .Coffey, who has been sole. Mr. S. h. HANNA'S GREEN-SEAPAINT has, however, a still more important job than beautifying. It is to save the property from deterioration, by saving the wood surface from decay. And Green Seal works at this job year in and year out, withstanding the worst kinds of weather. Insist that Green Seal be used on your next painting job. Formula on every package. ' Sold By L CARDUI DAVIS HARDWARE CO. L. H. Jones V4J.-V- . THE ADAHc6uNTY,NEWS 'l3ir :f :- -. Coaivly Nevtfs highflying and Published On Tuesdays ,At Cokm6iai Kentucky. E.MURRELL,Z - was out of money., People. who' a few years ago and was several hundred dollars would hardly look at an advershort. He enlisted a couple of tisement now digest every word pals, had them to tie fthfrto a of it, andthey do itrwith a purchatr, gag im. Then his vpal pose. The human mind is broad-- . EciTOR MRS. DAISYIHAMLETT. - A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the In terest of the city of Columbiajand the People of Adair and adjoining Counties. : Entered at the Colnmba man matter. . Post-offic- e as second f t 7 MJESI). JUNE. In Kentucky 7. 1921. took $882 from the cash drawer, carried it off and hid it and later the three divided the funds. Jones had forgotten the old adage, "Be sure your sins will find you out," and as a result of his loss of memory he and his pals, Luther Roberts and Dudly Roberts are now in the. lockup. The first installment of the amount Germany is to pay United States was made June 1st, $35,733,000. the payments were not made in actual cash or gold, but in the transfer of the banking credits of the four financial houses. The bankers for several days have been sending a series of their own checks, against the balances of the Germany government in their institutions, to the The Federal Reserve Bank. credit thus transferred was. placed in the Federal Reserve Bank to, the credit of the Bank of England and the Bank of France. A race war broke put at Tulsa, Oklahoma, Wednesday, June 1st, men,' fifty in which seventy-fiv- e white negroes and twenty-fiv- e men -- were killecLand wounded. the arrest The trouble arose-.oveof Dick Rowland, 4a negro.man for an alleged assulf on amor pan white girl. State troops and ma chine guns ' were ordered to the scene. Part of the city was also burned while the fighting was in When a crime like progress. the above is perpetrated, death should be the punishment for the guilty party, but it is terrible for innocent people to have to give up their lives for the crime of the. quilty. r well-know- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: ?L50 $2.00 e. Outside of Kptucky All Subscriptions are due and Payable in COMMITTEEMEN MEETS. The Democratic Committeemen of Adair county met in the Paramount Theater last Monday afternoon, and organized by electing J. R. Garnett, Chairman, and. Mrs. A. H. Ballard Vice Chairman, and Miss Estelle Willis Secretary. A resolution was unanimously adopted that the Democrats of Adair county meet in mass Convention in Columbia, at the Picture Show Hall on Saturday, June 25, 1921, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of discussing and determining whether or not the Democratic party of said county- - will have a ticket or a partial ticket 4 or s partial ticket tor county at-- , fices, to be voted-- f or at the com'ing November election; 7 It is hoped that Democrats throughout the county will attend the convention. ?i-'- ening and expanding, and becoming more liberal. It demands food, and particularly that class of food that conserves the financial interests of the reader. The demand is satisfied in perusal of newspaper advertisements provided for quick action is taken opto grasp the money-savin- g portunities offered. The well Gradyville worded advertisement appeals directly to every well balanced We are extremely dry. mind. It points the way to ecom-ony- . And the wise business We are having some of the man advertises accordingly. warmest weather of the season. Will Walker, of Nell, passed One of the most accurate newspaper writers in the United through here Friday, en route State is Eugene W. Newman, for Greensburg. Self-intere- feetly a shortsighted' policy that would retard the State-wid- e road improvement movement, it appears that it will have to be met when the lawmakers "assemble at Frankfort next winter. - has retarded many a movement for the general welfare, and the proposal to divert the motor car taxes to the use and benefit of the counties that pay them is another proof of a selfish tendency as old as the world. Louisville Times. st Mr. and Mrs. Will Diddle, of papers from Washington. D. C, Franklin, called in to see us over the.nom de plume, "Say voy-ard- ." while en route for Jamestown, a He was born and reared week or so ago. who writes for a syndicate of at Lafayette, Metcalfe county, of honorable and highly respected parents,WTand was given every advantage in reach of a young man, and soon after reaching his majority he became a lawyer, but he was not in love with the profession, and after practicing a few years he took to newspaper writing. His pecular style and force soon brought him into the linelight, and he is the most accurate historian in the United States. He commenced his newspaper caree, if we remember correctly, by contributing to the Bowling Green Pantagraph and the Glasgow Times; and early in his life he was the most popular writer in the Green river and Peneryle sections of Kentucky'.;- - Later be became a political writer on the making his Courier Journal, home in Louisville. At that time Emmit Logan was the editor of the Times, and Newman and him were great cronies. For the last twenty years or more he has been located at the seat of National Government, writing for quite a number of leading dailies. When he is removed to that country where all the good men go, he will be greatly missed here below. to-da- y Judge Carter, of Tompkins-villspent a few hours in our e, iJ mid8t,While en route for Liberty, a few .days ago. Gedrgc Coffey was caflirig-5ohis many friends in this section, ' a day or so ago. Mr. James Keen and his son. Beckham, who have been sick for some time, we are glad to report are improving at this time. h '' T Dr. Garnett Miller spent one , - '" A cloud burst near Pueblo, CaU, on the 4th drowned, it is estimated 500 people and dam- aged and destroyed valued at $10,000,000. property Is it possible that there will be no candidate to represent Adah Jake Corbett, a and Taylor in the next Legisla- Kentucky Democratic politician ture? It is high time that an an- died at Wickcliff, Ky., last Wednouncement was made. nesday. He was active in poln Mr. Lucas the newlv appointed victim of locomotor ataxia, collector in the Fifth district, is changing his force as fast as possible. Fifty or sixty new appointments have been made in ihe last two weeks. Co operating in sale of tobacco Is now the all absorbing question among growers of Kentucky. Speakers are going over the State iniaking addresses showing the advantages derived in marketing. -- He was a and was making the race to represent Ballard and Carlisle counties, canvassing in a wheeled chair, when he took his bed,. He was Gov. Luke P.: Blackburn's private. Secretary. The most touching plea that ever came from his lips was in a State Con vention when he appealed to the delegates to renominate his father, Tom Corbett, for Regis- ter of the Land office. itics for many years. John McLaughlin and Abe Renick, officers in the McCombs Oil Company, who were indicted and tried before Judge Evans at Louisville, the charge being using the mail to defraud, were fined ten thousand dollars each which they paid. Honesty win3 out. If you do not want to get into trouble do not take that that is not thy own. bly Last Wednesday afternoon it was announced by Senator Ernst that the following Kentucky pat- ronage program had been agreed on by the Kentucky leaders: Marshal Eastern Kentucky, Roy Blaine Williams, of Jackson ;Dis- , trict Attorney, Eastern District, Sawyer Smith, of Barbourville ; District Attorney, Western District, McKenzie Moss, of Bowling Green; State, prohibition director, Samuel Collins, of Whites ' burg. Walter P. Stamps who murder ed W. Smith Russell and also shot the latter's wife, in Louisville, one night last week; has surrendered. He denies ' that he fired the shots, but all that has been published in regard to the murder points to him as the guilty party. Russell and his wife were in an automobile when the shots were fired into their bodies. The whole story reads like jealousy without a cause. Stamp and his wife were, living apart and Russell and his wife were friends of the deserted woman. For no other cause Russell was killed and his wife wounded. The Lebanon Enterprise speaking from age and experience, says: "Never was there a time in the history of this country when the people were as constant and inveterate readers of V. William Jones was cashier and newspapers as tney ' are today ticket .seller at the Interurban and .this isespecially so in the "Station, Louisville. He had been matter of newspaper advertising," day in Edmonton the first of the , week. Mr, and Mrs; Clay Kinnaird, of Red Lick, were in our midst last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Baker, accompanied by Mrs. Allen Dudley and Miss Myra Bell, spent one day in Columbia the first of the week. L. B. Cain received a nice bunch of hogs here the first of the week at the market price. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Flowers, of Columbia, passed here the first of the week en route for Red Lick, where they expect to spent several days with their relatives. Dr. J. A- Yates, of Edmonton, called in to see his uncle, Charlie Yates, one day last week, and spent a few hours Decoration Day was observed A FALSE DOCTRINE. here. Quite a number of our Judged by the expressions of people spent the day where there many candidates for seats in the dear ones are resting. next General Assembly, there apMaster James Moss spent a pears to be a strong tendency to- few days at Greensburg, last ward the localizing of the auto week, visiting relatives and license taxes for the use and friends, and while there, with benefit of the counties in which parties from Greensburg, visited they are collected. This tend- Mammouth Cave. ency ha3 taken the form of Messrs. Nunnally, Whitlock, part of some of j pledges md aeveral other commercial the would-b- e solons to their con men of Louisville, were calling stituents. They promise to vote on our merchants last week. and work, for an amendment to Rome, the colored boy living the present tax law that will aswith Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill, sure to each county in the State in our town, who had the misthe tax money derived from fortune of losing his arm by a motor vehicles to be applied to saw mill, last week, is getting the upkeep of the public roads along fine, and his physicians ana bridges in that county. In that amputated his limb say, he some districts this apparently will be up and going in a short has become a leading campaign time. v issue. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKin-neUnder the present law motor of Jamestown, Ky., spent a vehicle license taxes .are collectdays here, last week, with ed under the supervision of. the few State Tax Commission and go their relatives and friends. Mr. into the State Highway Fund. McKinney reports everything Under this system counties with moving along smoothly in his community. few or no motor vehicles share city and On last Sunday morning at the in the auto tax money on the same basis as those in which home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. motor vehicles abound. While Moore, a large number of their any diversion of the motor vehi- friends and relatives gathered in annivercle tax money as suggested by honor of the sixty-fift- h the proposed amendment is mani-- . sary of Mrs, Moore. One of the , - fittest dinners that was ever prepared in this section of the county, was spread- - before this multitude of people on this occasion, consisting of everything that is good to, eat. The day was a very enjoyable occasion to everyone present, and it was all a surprise to Mrs. Moore. Mr. J. F. Pendleton, the stock man, of Greensburg, sent word over that he would be in our section to buy and receive lambs on last Monday, and when he arrived, the farmers were driving and hauling them and before he left our place he had bought over one hundred sheep-anlambs and 6 or 8 vaals. Mr. Pendleton is a very liberal buyer and our farmers are always glad when he comes into the community after stock. He left word he would be back in July for the remainder of the lambs and all the cattle. We understand that he bought overfour hundred lambs in this part of Adair county on this trip, paying 1Q cents per lb. for all the best lambs. Mr. and Mrs. William Testers, of East Fork, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Estes, of our city, last Friday Messrs. Dudley &; Sons, our efficient mill men, have had the machinery of their mill all looked over by anxpert-i- the milling business," preparatory for doing good work in the future as they, have done in the future as they have donein. the past. Good flour is what speaks for a good milk Our old neighbor, and friend, T. W. Dowell, of Campbellsville, was in our midst last Saturday, looking as natural as he did when he lived in our town. Mr; Dowell reports everything getting along nicely in his commu nity, and that the people that have gone from this section are all well and getting along nicely. well-known very, o'ftentell people that d meet of my first August election thatlwa at. Back in those-day- s there was not so much .'to-ge are now, and we all looked forward to the coming-o- f the first Monday in August, and saved up our money from August until the next one, and I remember sometimes I would have as much as 25 cents to spend, and when this great event came around, I, on that morning dressed up in my new Sapsucker suit and was about ready to step into Columbia, whe"n my father saw Bram coming by," riding one of the Jafgest mules I have ever seen, belonging to Lucian Hurt I think. Any how, I got on the mule with him and we were off, and along the road we overtook Uncle Isaac Epperson and wife, and that seen will forever be fresh in my mind, especially the way Uncle Isaac Was dressed. He wore a white shirt' and linen Trousers and a silk hat and barefooted and was? driving a Jenny hitched to a sled and on that sled was ginger cakes and cider, which-wil- l explain the savings that I spoke of. For in those days when you went to town, you did not go. to .. the hotel for your lunch.. You. did without, only on such occasions like the election, whence could buy all he could eat of ginger cake and cider for 10c. Anyhow those were the happiest days of my life,, for it is a certainty that you can't buy happiness with money. I remember my first working out for money. I met my cousin, A. I. Hurt, and made a trade with him to work for him at 24c per day, and started for my new job and never in my life did the future ever look any o I like-ther- brighter than it did that morning. There was frost on the ground, but I did not stop to put on my shoes, but took them in Riverview, Florida. 5, .28 21. my hands and started over that stony road and only stopped at Alf Hurts and woke him up and there I put my shoes on, after I ,' on-th- e y, Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Editor News: No doubt the people of Ken tucky have often wondered and asked each other, "what has become of E. O. White," and I suppose some of them have said that he was killed over in France or had left the U- S. , or had landed in some place that he was not known and 'gotten married. But I assure you that neither is the case, for I am still a happy bachelor, not even threatened with matrimony. Now, I will not try to give an account of my self, all of the time since I left, for I fear it would go into the refuse basket, neither will I try to give my life, but I will only speak of some happenings. The first thing that happened when 1 left was, I lost about $30,000, which is more than a great many people could loose. But I am far from being broke at this time, for I have about $25,000 in the West, and I have one track of land in Mississippi that I refused $24,000 for a year ago, and I have 65 acres of land where I am that I have two groves on, and within 5 years, I will have 40 acres' of grove and grove land is worth $1,000 per acre and up. - -- had warmed my feet And while 1 was at Obbey's, I remember Kay Robertson and his new wife who was Mattie Johnston before they were married visited him, and they had just run away and been happily united in the holy bonds of matrimony. Now, I don't know what the objections were to the marriage that they had to run away. Anyhow. I for one, could not blame Kay. For you. would have to hunt a long time before you would find a more handsome girl than Mat-ti- e was. I don't know where they are, but God knows I wish A them well. And I would steal one like she was th'en myself, though I havs always been too busy trying to make a living to steal one. I would be glad to here from any of the people that would like to hear from me. I have gotten lost from most all of my people and would be glad to hear- from any of them who wants to came to. where I am, just as soon as I get my new house built, I would be glad to have any of them come and spend the winter with me. A.nd if any one Wants to come down and garden. I have plenty of garden land. So I will close this and am sor ry that I havent gotten space to I am always proud to announce say something nice about every reader of the paper though, with that I am from Colombia, . and every good wish, I remain, wish it was so that I ' could get E. O. White, -, Riverview, Fla. back to see my friends there. I1 -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Wi tA ' , . I 1 Q& XafeSr,- .. " : -- :' MHD QMS Cumberland;; Russell . 9 Tt-v, If you want to spend an hour pleasantly the Paramount Theater. Payne, were here Monday, en roalte Good shows three nights in the week", to Liberty. Mt. A. A. Huddleaton and Bev. C. BIBLE INSTITUfE COLUMBIA BAPTIST CHURCH . 19th Sunday 1 . Tr. W. J Flowers and wife .and night. their two children, Woodruff, Jt., and Tuesday, Thursday and Sattrr8ay Mary Walker. left this morning, to ten days with relatives in Hop- :, ' X' f, kinsville. or , , .' ' i. voc-fi-. ZVBTof Judge Mr J.:B.. Baker, brother H C Baker, who has been visiting, ELT2 KEMPER. here 'and in Cumberland county lor J I1 '"1 the past six weeks, .left Friday morn-lo- g . for Montana, stopping awhile with Burkes- his daughter, who lives, in Missouri They also have a rig at GUMBEEU&ND COUNTY. Burkesville, the county seat of ville, whkh they will place on 'Mr. Tom Dowell, who Is employed Campbellsville, on the 'Cumberland county, has feeen F. F. Smith farm, on Bear Credk was among' the visitors at the t home filled the past week with operaRichardson & Goff, Veil No. '2 of Mr. B. F. Chewning last week tors from Texas, Oklahoma, on the 'J. M. Radford farm, is His name should have appeared in. our 160 feet and should last issue, bub it Was unintentionally Kansas, 0faio, New York and drilling-a' Eastern and Western Kentucky. be in this week. overlooked. Salic-burLeases changing hands daily, Southern Oil & Refining Co., Mr. Lee Don Bruramall, at "'Missouri, a" first oousin of new drilling'rigs being shipped have set the five inch casing in Phelps Bros., whom they had never in and it looks like Cumberland their vNo. 5, on the Rus 'Gilbert seen came in and spent a most enjoycounty is going to get traeef the farm, and are now drilling at able week with them. He also visited biggest development, campaigns 560 feet. This weil will be drill- an aunt, Mrs. M. A. C. Newby, in this year that it has had -- since ed to the 8Q0 feet level. Cumberland Co. 1902-5- , Big Boons o? Mrs M. G. Sale nee Miss Kate Mr.: J. B. Pierce, the operator Curd), of Paducah, arrived in ColumDr Penzell, of Ohio, hasmov- that drilled in the Coop Gusher bia last Wednesday, afternoon, and ed a rig 'on the. Ode Radford on Sulphur Creek, is opening up stopped with her cousin, Mrs. W. B. farm, Bakerton Field, Drilling offices Patteson. She was ' reared in this will be started, as soon as ma- place, living here until her marriage. Mr'G.-H- . Reed has gust chine can he rigged cp. She wHl spend some days, visiting rel- C6Uitie, Ketitctclcy. - An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Shaw,, Campbellsville. was brought to Columbia last Sunday and buried in the. city cemetery. It died Saturday, Mrs. T. A. vv . -- - JTHSTK 10-- 24 : 1 ' . News-Journa- l, , Judd, who is visiting 7:30'p: m. 'The Atonement" Its meaning here, sang very beautifully a solo, 20jih" Monday rand place in Religion: Rev. Jno. D. Freema "The Ninety and Nine" at the Baptist church Sunday night. 2fst Tues 10:30 a. m. "Things that Can Not, Be Shaken" ' Rev. E. L. Mrtcnef . . The July term of circuit court" is going to be a busy one. There are 2:30 p. m. "The Symbolic in Religion"' Rev.Jno.D. Freemai? several interesting Co'mmonwealth-case' J7 . 7:30 p. m. "Why I am a Baptist" Rev. E. L. Milch that will require time to try. . s p. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Sermon by Dr. O. E. Biyatff ! 22nd..Wed t -- g, Drs.s Miller and Flowers removed the tonsils from five persons last week', 'four at Russell Springs and one at the home of Cap Lewis. 10:30 a. m. "Four Views of the Lord'sSupper" - Rev. Jno. D. Freemart 2:30 p. m. "Our Rock not as their Rock" Rev. E. L. Mitche 7:30 p. m. "Eternal Security of the Believer" Rev. C. D. Steven is fearfully hot weather for canvassing, hut the candidates for count? offices do not mind' it They -are going all the timet. you-wan- It 23rd Thurs 10:30 a. m. "The Coming and Crowning of the King" Rev. E. L. MilcLc Rev. C. D. Steveni 2:30 p. m. "Building a Life" 7:30 p. m. "Bringing the Tithes' Storehouse Fri into- - the Rev. V. E. Hanlef '. to sit under the fans If the warm evenings, visit the Para- 24th t 10:30 a. m. "Our Stewardship" ' mount Theater, see a good show and get cool for sleeping. Singing at Zion the third Sunday afternoon in this month, conducted by Wolford Bros., Cabbell and Darnell. Everybody cornel All crops and gardens in Adair county are looking .unusually well. The indications point to an immense Irish potato.crop. - Rev. V. E. Hanlei Rev. C. D. Stereo Rev. W. E. Hunhrf 2:30 p. m. "What God does with Saved Soul who Sins the- - 7:30 p. m. "Was the Church at Jerusalem a Baptist Church re-turs- ed E.J.SdhsbelitzOii 1 Co., now from The branch five weeks normal startMr. and Mrs. 3T. M. TCutt and their ed here last Monday. Those1"' who exWeirNff.2 on: tfce Graville son, Nathaniel, will leave 'today for pect to teach should enter at once. Sparksville, where they will go into WiiJwwhs 'farm was brought in. Two-wel".t summer quarters, Mr. Tutt has a Yesterday was county court and the Satapday. A good flow. ;of oil Tiouse suitable for occupancy. The crowd in town was not as large as but the 'mana- flatter is not in very good health, and ssual, the farmers being busy. ger being absent, work wassus-pende- d 'he thinks the country air, cool spring Many cars are run in chis town after until they could receive water, fried chicken and corn cakes night without lights. Is that not will prove benefieial. instructions. something to look after? Mr. W. E SarvemVof New York, who has lease holdings in Cumberland Mr. J. H. Judd has turned the Eld. Z. T. Williams left for Cincin vacd Russell counties, arrived with his second story of his porch into a sum PERSONAL nati this morning, to have his eyes and little daughter last Tuesday mer sleeping apartment. treated; Eld. Hazley will fill night. They have taken rooms at the; Hancock spent aest week; pit here next Sunday. Some valuable improvements are hocie of Mrs. Daisy 'Hamlett, and Co .in'Louisville. . R. J. Mr. J. W. Buchanan and now going on at the residence of Mr. lumbia will be Mr. Sarverit's Mrs. J. P.Beardand hersc, John.,, Lyon, representing the Buchanan He thinks the outlook for H. N. Miller. fBre visltlag relatives4n Greeneounty.! Lyon Company, were here last Monday., oil, in paying quantities Is very-flat It is less than one month until the Mr. Edard Haoalett visiter friends1 coking after their interest. the above named. counties. Chautauqua. Ticket sellers had betin Danviile the latter part of last Mr Oscat'Fair, a traveling sales- Prof. W. M. Wilson, who was for- ter get busy. week, man, out of LouiEille, and whose merly the head of the public schools s Wheat is heading and some crops Prof. W.SI. Wilson 'left, on a home is Liberty, was here last veek, jatthls. place, but for several years has harvested within the next two trip '&: Catlettaburg, Monday meeting hia many customers. acted tn that capacity at'Eotales, N. will be weeks. imorrrfng. . Mr. Hancockiand wife, Mrs. M., arrived last Friday night withhis Dr. R. Y. 'Eindman, who was indis- W. 23. Bradiisaw and eoa, Edward, arr- wife and two children, a son and A profitable lesson is often found on posed for ten days, iS'Uew able to be ived from Louisville tee- - Sunday nd daughter. They are here to spend the screen at a picture show. athis-oflicewjll .visit relatives severe days. several weeks with Mrs. Wilson's par Adair county has 336 passenger cars Mr. J. R. Garcett spentceveral days Miss Allene Montgomery, who is a ents, Judge Junius Hancock and wife. land 83 trucks. last week in Jamestown, taking student in the .Kentucky College ik Eref. WHson was a very popular teachdepositions. Women, Danville, reached home laa er here acd his wife was one.of CoJoppa. lumbia's most excellent youngmomen. Miss 'Ruth Stapp, who taught at Wednesday for the vacation months evorybody Falmouth, Ky., is now atiierhome; Miss Louise Smith took her usual j It goes without saying that The farmers injhis section are vwas glad to nana tnem Dne.nana or near Montpelier. outing last Wednesday and? summer welcome. The coming year Prof very well up wPn their work, Mr. A. T. Lowe wts taken quite ill weno to fcsto to rusoicate witn a little head of iheschools and crops are looking good. Wilson willbe-thlast Sunday, but his condition was girl friend and to see a baby named ' at Catlettsburg. Miss Katfareen Willi3, who has some better Monday. for her. been attending school at CampMr. E T. Kemper is spending sevMrs. W. S. Baker, Mies MyraBell Additional Locals bellsville, eral days in Lexington, Ky., and and Mrs. Allen Dudley, and Masters returned home last Huntington, West Va. GK,dy-villTyler and Lyman Baker, all of week. J. F. Eendieton, the Greensburg;! Mrs W. L. Brockman, Glenvilte, visited fche News office a tfew Misses Allie and Mattie Gar stock man, received three ttnndred Tfelted her sister, Mrs. Brace Taylor, days ago. lambs at MiUtown last Tuesday. He nett, who have been off teaching here, last Wednesday. Mr. C T. Stults and wife,Louisville, also received a buneh of cattle from have returned home for a vacaMessrs. J. F. Montgomery and L. C. arrived last Saturday afternoon and W H. Flowera, at cents. tion. Winfrey were in Jamestown Friday will spent several days at the home of Mrs. John Young and R. O and Saturday, on legal business. Mr. Stults' parente, Mr. and Mrs. T. Adair county coming first on the Hit, has the smailest numbers of the Cabbell are up again over a very Dr. Elam Harris and wife, of Dan R. Stults. have been " turned bad cases of flu. ville, were here a few days ago, en and Mrs. Ed Robertson, of Ros- - automobiles that Mrt out, running. irom No. 1 toover three route home from Russell Springs. wellj N M , who spent three weeks Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Mr. H. B. Garnett and daughter, with relatives in Columbia and out in hundred. Cane Valley, were visiting at Stella, are attending District Confer- ! the county, left on their homeward Xlasence Marshall, of Glenville, Mr. John Young's last Saturday ence at Campbellsville this week. journey last week while sawing shingles, last Friday night and Sunday, Judge J. C Carter was here Friday Mr. Elbert J Page, of the Cane morning, got his left thumb .cut off. en route fcr the Liberty Circuit court Mr. L. E. Young, Mrs. Mattie Yalley community, is in a very criti- He came to Columbia and had 'the which convened Monday morning. Holladay and Mrs. Henry Moore cal condition. He is a fine citizen and wound dressed. Mr. E. W. Reed spent several days in his friends are many, all of whom were at the Sand Lick Spring Russell county last week, looking would be glad if he could recover. Mr. Guy Stevenson, of this place last week. after Reed Bros insurance-business- . graduated from Georgetown College Mr. W. L. Baker, cashier of the Quite a few from this .part atMiss Ada Neat who left for Okla test Friday. Class Day he read the Monticellb Banking Company, his homa last week, on a health seeking Will. He is 'expected home in a few tended preaching at Shiloh 'last and' little daughter, Louise, are trip to Louisville very wife visit, stood the days. Sunday. spending a few days at the home of nicely. .There will be singing at Zion Mr. Baker's father, Judge H. C. Bakr ' Jas. Allie.who lives in the White Margaret, little daughter of Mrs er. Oak country, was adjudged of unsound 3rd Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock Daisy Hamlett, who was quite sick J Wed p. m. There will be a number Mr. and. Mrs. H. Connecke, of New mind before Judge Sinclair last Saturday andr Sunday, has about reand sent to Lakenesday afternoon of good leaders from different covered, j , Orleans, are spending a few weeks -. -- have their rag on the A. A.Mcr-riso- n farnvBakerton field, where they wiUdriil a 650 foot well. A. A. Free, of Bowling 'Green, Ky., purchased tfee Dr. Sam Cheatham lesse from G. S. Leuwrille. This lease is located on Little Renox Creek. i8 now at ."Mar-Mr. FreeV-rirowbone, on the wsy to 'this are tto be lease. delay. Johns & Pattterson, of Louisville, Ky., are placing a large rig on the Hiram Cash farm, 'below the mouth of Goose Creek. SPat-'ierso-n, ls 'drill-ed.witho- ut field. fie states that drilKngtby , the Oreelsboro atives andVfriends. ; the'ReedtOH Syndicate of Columbia on the Campbell farm, "has started-anhe believes that a paymgwell will be brought "fin., T&ere are six other rigs at work an this immediate territory, and fchatvactivities are growing 4.3. more intense. , j d --- Mr. Clarence Traitor, who left for iis.home in Mississippi two weeks ago, was stopped by a message in Louisville, telling him to come to 'Chicago, 111., and the supposition is that a position was open for him. The message was from his uncle, Mr. weighed from eight to twelve pounds Melvin Traylor, who is a :banker in each putting on this good program for the benefit oi ALL Do not hesitate to come and stay all day, because LUNCH WILL BE PROVED' visitors especially, are invited to come and stay" ED FOR YOU. through the day. If you live out in the country, jnake up. a load and come anil be with us. From the start to the fiinish we have strong Speakers and youWi&g abundantly repaid for coming. Mark these dates on your calendar and pTsco b? Sportsman have been catching some be with us. . fine cat fish out of old Russ&l. They " ," LESLIE J. B. SMITH, Faster. The Baptist Church Out-of-to- is that city. 'it . My- - Line Of Kentucky. more such enjoyable days is wish of the writer. Mr. -- was-encountere- d; ypils and Organdies in Alt Colors. Prices 25 to 45 cents per yd. L. yi. Smith's 'Department Stofei Cane Valley, Bring your books and the new book for 921. Miss Eva Murrell visited her sister, Mrs. Will Holladay, of Ozark, last week. Wheat and oats are looking fine through this part, but raising is a thing of the Crown. 1 his-pul-1 Mr.-Henr- 4id M-r- headquarters. -- ter-ing- ia busi-;nes- to-bac- co W.-F- pa3t, ' -- Mr. Horace and Miss Dora . e e, Young were visiting their aunt, Mrs. Addie Taylor, of Montpe- lier, last Sunday. Mr R. M. Cabbell and his daughter, Miss Irene, made a business trip to Columbia one day last week." Hatfield, wife Mr. Richard and four children," of Danville, visited John Young's last Tuesday. John Holladay made a business trip to Cumberland Co pne day last week. Glensfork. Leslie Bennett passe3 through here recently with. & nice 'faunch of stock. Mrs. S. V. Wilkinson, who ha been very sick, is some better bS this writing. Your scribe has been on tjh& sick list for several days. Mr. E. A. Strange and' family of Brodhead, Ky.r are visiting? Mrs. Sarah Blair, near this placF Several from this; place at tended Haag's show in Colinz--biaaall reported a good shsr , - Miss Eliza Calhoun, of is. visiting her 3fsei Mrs. C. Ai. Walker,- - of thi3 place-MrAnnie B.y BisKfanwW; spending a few days in Cofum-bi- a, at the home' at her sister Mrs. Bruce Taylor;. Mr. and Mrs. Cari? MarsiaJ. and Jittle daughter vi3ite&' .fiSr-a-nd Joe Morgan last Sm- nd h R&js&Hf-county,- s. day-- . fet The crops in this community are looking well. A SpIfnfiW-Offc- iv 'On Tuesday, May the 24th, the friends and relatives of Mr, gathered at his home about the Here is a proposition we make b readers who want a city pager,, ban dc Matthew Taylor, of this place, not want a daiiji. We will furnfsfl- - the- - Adair CobdJ and, SSI ft noon hour and spread him a most ttews the St. Eouis Twice-a-wsi- s: V. 1 ."' Wadsworch, with Mrs Lou Atkins, Mrs. Guy ell land. last weektLeslieiFarrtejsold Ohio, who spent.two weeks with rela. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Todd. Mrs.-- ' ;" One-da' tives here, left, on his return trip last Connecke is a" sister of Mrs. Atkins to Sam Bufdetteafinirsaddle'.borse : iThurs'day-mornin'.. 'Y' 5f!.'. and'Mrs. rTodd. .lt& for a fancy price. - Mr. Henry S. Gonover, g. delightful and bountiful birthday dinner, it being' his 83rd birthday. Seventy-fou- r people were present and a most enjoy able time was spent. The dinner consisted of the very choicest of edibles; There were 12 cakes, besides chickens, hams,, and sweet meats and other varieties. The dinner was first proposed-by Mr. C. A. Walker, an parts of the county. Everybody old friend of Mr. Taylor, who is come out and enjoy some .good in his 87th year. Both-arevery Will sing in' Carroll old and may they Thave;many singing; - Democrat for $$;9'0 per year?, to Kentucky. To subscribeca- livfars ft other States S2.40. - "Globe The Is one Twice-a-wee- k Globe- - lkmosni s cf the best and newest; papers published in this country. Wedo-aknow how long this proposition wJlU hold good, therefore, if yon want tht papers, call or send in yonr subscrJj-tio- n at once. T,he Island of Yap-- has-arar-- of eight square miles. Is 4 of war the Navy, would: steam shovel to .tak'it Mir N... polis Journal. 8- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Announcements FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR COUKTY ATTORNEY. Col. House's Book Lauds Wilson. Roman Catholic, strong for Iri3h We are authorized to announce Jun- ius Hancock a .candidate for County We are authorizsd to announce that Attorney of Adair County, subject to fssrSji'J: C. Carter, 0f Monroe county, is a the action of the Republican party, to to the office be expressed at the "August primary td candidate for of Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th be held August 6th. Judicial district of Kentucky, subject We are authorized to announce W. to the Republican primary, to be held A. Coffey a candidate for the first Saturdayjin August, 192 h to the office of County Attorney of t Adair county, subject to tne action of ATTORNEY FOR OOMJIONWKALTH'S the Republican primary, to be held the first Saturday in August. V7e are authorized to announce that A. A. Huddleston, of Cumberland FOR TAX COMMISSIONER 'County, is a candidate for We are authorized to announce Rol-li- n to the office of Commonwealth's At- B. Fatton a candidate for Tax ' fcornev in this the 29th Judicial dis Re-- ' Commissioner of Adair county, sub trict, subject to the action of the publican primary to be held the first ject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August priSaturday in August, 1921. mary For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce that W. B. Fatteson is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August primary. We B. O. FOR MAGISTRATE are authorized to announce that Hurt is a candidate for Magistrate in District No. 2, composed of Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and Ozark voting precincts, subject to the action of the Republicaan primary, 6 We are authorized to announce that August of the Republican party, expressed at Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, sub j act to the action the August primary. Bailey Removed to Louisville. party. Louisville, Ky., May 30. John We are authorized to announce J. V.. Wolford, of Casey Creek, a candi- Bailey, charged with the murdate for sheriff of Adair county, sub- der of Beverly White, of Verject to the action of the Republican sailles, Barbourville in April near was brought here Saturday from Mt. Vernon, where he had been We are authorized to announce that C. Gowen, of Sparksville precinct, is a confined since his arrist, and was candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, put in the Louisville jail for safesubject to the action of the RepubliBailey was moved at can primary, to be held Saturday, keeping. August. the suggestion of Attorney eral Charles I Dawson. Gen- For County Judge D We are authorized to announce Geo. y. Herriford a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be help the first Saturday in Au- gust. We are authorized to announce that Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for to the office of County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held the first Saturday in August. n We are authorized to announce B. Hurt a candidate for Judge 3f the Adair County Court, subject to the Republican primary, to be held August 6 Lu-3ia- r for County court clerk We are authorized to announce 3isgham Moore a candidatelfor County Court Clerk of Adair County, sub-ec- t to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the primary, Mr. first Saturday in August. S-- We are authorized to announce Mr C. Neat a candidate for to County Court Clerk of Adair Coun. n ty, subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the primary, first Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce that Miss Christine Nell, of Grady vjlle, is a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair county, sublect to the action of -- v. the Republican party, expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to announce that Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary, to be held the first Saturday in August. - -- - The removal followed a legal controversy in which power of W. M. Carmichael. Mt. Vernon, police judge, to grant Bailey hearing for bail was questioned. The county and circuit judges are disqualified to act in the case, and Carmichael was prepared to hold the hearing Friday, when a writ of prohibition was filed in the supreme court. June 10 was set for the hearing in the case. "If there was ever a need for Baily was indicted in Knox county and granted a change of a 'Good Samaritan,' surely the venue to Harlan. Later he was time was then. He voiced the transferred to the Rockcastle unselfish and courageous spirit jail at Mt Vernon for safekeep- of America, and our hearts ing, when Judge W. T. Davis on quickened as the pent up emohis examining trial refused to tions of many people broke forth grant bail. A wholesale jail de- to do him and our country homlivery was recently staged at age. "But that day was gone in Mt. Vernon, when every prisoner that hour when we left our task but Bailey escaped. On this occasion Bailey went unfinished. It was a volte face to the home of the jailer and re- for which we have dearly paid ported the escape. He requested in the world's esteem. If our the jailer to go back with him gallant dead who lie beside their and spend the night, declaring comrades in the fields of France Bailey had done jrkewise at Chateau he was "lonesome." was broaght to Louisville by W. Thierry ancr the Argonne, we could not have reached our high G. Nicely, of Mt. Vernon. estate. Never before has a naThe shooting occurred April 15 tion tossed aside so great a herias White stepped from the train tage sg lightly. at Heidrick Station, Knox coun ty. The trouble is said to have - "But even now there springs been the result of the feud of to life the faith that we yet may long standing between the two recover something of what we families. White was on a busi- have lost and if this book can ness trip to the mountains, his add to this purpose it will meet the hopes and expectations of its first visit in many years.' Bailey escaped into the hills af- Despite the oft told tale of a brake between Woodrow Wilson and Col..E. M. House, the latter pays a high tribute to the former president in a foreword-t- o a book just off the press of Charles Scribners Sone, entitled"What Really happened at Paris." Colonel House, who was President Wilson's chief lieutenant in the peace negotiations or at least in the earlier stages of them pictures the former president as the moral and spiritual leader of the world, expresses keen regret that the nation "threw away a priceless heritage," by rejecting the outcome of the negotiations, and ends with the hope that America may yet recover some of the ground he thinks have been lost in world esteem. Colonel House writes: "Wilson had aroused the conscience and aspirations of mankind, and when he stood at the peak of his influence and power there was never a more commanding figure for he was then the spokesman of the moral and spiritual forces of the world. s "His work at Paris was and unselfish. It was not until his return to America to render an account of his stewardship that disaster overtook him and wrecked the structure built with our Allies in with such painstaking care. "Until Wilson went to Europe he did not know how deep and terrible were her wounds, or how close they came to us. Until he could see for himself, he could not realize how a torn and distracted continent was seeking help from the only source from which help could come. tire-les- Independence. This theory is correct only as to Southern Ireland. In that district, making up perhaps of Ireland, the Sinn Fein candidates had no opposition. But everywhere they won. Not a single district went the other way. And thia is the more remarkable because of the fact that not a single man elected from Southern Ireland to the Irish Parliament the British government wishes to set up will take his seat, All became candidates with the understanding that, if elected, they would not recognize or serve in the Parliament, and all were chosen. In Northern Ireland a different story is to be told. There the e Unionists, or rulers, won, but only after a desperate struggle. Of the fifty-tw- o seats in the proposed Parliament for Northern Ireland, the Unionists seem to have captured thirty-ninBut in almost every 'district there was a hard fight. In Northern Ireland those opposed to Irish independence outnumber the other side about as 3 is to 2. In Southern Ireland the party that stands for complete independence seems to be to those opposed about as 10 is to 1. Evening Post. two-thirds The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL The Great Paper of the Southland the champion of clean government. al is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- The l The Courier-Journsurpasses all its competitors in equipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. anti-hom- No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special arrangements we are now able to offer e. The Daily Courier- - Journal AND THE Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia We are to have a bumper su- This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. gar cop this year but what we would have liked to have seen to go with it was a bumper fruit If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journal. sub- crop. The merchant who tries to do business without advertising is like the fellow who tries to saw wood with a hammer. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. 5 Was Very Weak "After the birth of my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattie Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." m 5 M oi OUR & NEW STORE 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. 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Mc-Com- We are authorized to announce M. 0 Winfrey a candidate for to 'the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of tb Republican primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1921. CW Abram Renick, of the Oil Co., was convicted on thirteen counts in the Louisville federal Court for using the mails for the purposes of committing fraud. McLaughlin, of We are authorized to announce W. T. Price a candidate for Oircuit New York, was convicted with Court Clerk of Adair county, subject him. Renick served in the Kento the action of the Republican party, tucky Legislature and was a can expressed at the primary the first ' didate for Lieut. Governor. Saturday In August. bs The recent elections in Ireland may not have an important effect on what is yet to come, but the results are worthy of examination because of the light they throw on what has happened in the past. The popular conception of those not fully informed concerning the vexed Irish problem is that the country may be roughly divided into parts, with Northern Ireland, containing Ulster, solidly for close relations with the British Government, and the South of Ireland, solidly Crosswhite. "Six bottles of Cardui and I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-seto me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need of a godd, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be Just what you need. ... nd Accept g No Substitutes g HENRY W. DEPP, rDETNTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a I m Thedford's T g D BLAGK-DRAU6H- m ml Druggists I m Purely , Vegetable f.9 g Specialty. 1 Liver Medicine york Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. AH mamim gg 3000000000000 The News $1.60 in Kentucky. BO GIVE US THAT NEXT JOE r t WJ V v OUR WORK IS UP-TO-DA- TE w'--,- v ,1 v rt ', ". " ' " iv-V'Y&- !' -c -,. A&AIR COUNTY NEWS - rr EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. 1 Why some men mm Rr Stael Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 4!ncoi-)orated CO: 116 Caal riaket Mreei' Between first and Brook B seem to have all the tire luck probably know a man whose car is a with him. He knows just why it's the best little old car there is of its class. And hell stand up for that car against the world in any kind of an argument. Louisville, Ky. YOU "It is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need It and Not Have It." The Only Sure Way is to se Us Before It Happens. Year by year an increasing number of men feel the same way about U. S. Tires. U. S. TUBES The same standard of quality built into U. S. Tires is pat into U. S. Tubes, For a while they may try "job lot" stuff,, "bargains," "big discounts" and "rebates." But usually it doesn't take long for a man to sense the economy of the standard quality fire. For years U. S.Tire makers have been building quality tires for sane tire users for the car of medium or light weight no less than for the heavy car. The tire buyers of the land have responded with a mighty U. S. Tire following. The U. S. Tire makers meet the responsibility for supplying this nationwide following with characteristic-energy- . U.S.Factory Brandies' are established, covering the entire Ninety-tw- o 't REED BROS: INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES COLUMBIA, KY. country. xkxxkx HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn IbP mi'n the fall, completely sized line of fresh, liva V. S. Tires." "Find the U. S.Tire dealer Find the U. S. Tire dealer who has the intention of serving you. You will know him by his full, completely-sizeline of fresh, live U. S.Tire! quality first, and the same choice of size, tread and type as in the biggest cities of the land. d i Insurance Policy Protects every Minute Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE I1I UlTPil 20lTl lfi d States Tires Rubber I'llrvf-- i Company K. W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Nl IN SIS W. E. NOE, Insurance sr.i. . i.i Columbia, Kentucky. JOHNSON & HESKAMR Coburg 3 f . Union Cemetery Donation. G. T. Flowers, Jr, Monti- - W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International Made-to-Measu- re CIoHies. - Second Floor, Jeffries Building. COLUMBIA, Salvation Army Lassie. KT2. : God to send them word from "Daddy's people in Scotland." No matter in what part of the This is but one of thousands of world you may go, there you will cases. One-thir- d of the caseB find the Salvation Army lassie. The Salvationists have representatives permanently stationed in 66 counties. It is because of this that the Army has gained a findreputation as a world-wid- e er of missing people. A mother in Scotland asked the Army to locate her son, who had worked for an electrical firm in Newark, N. J. The firm had gone out of business. Then the Army wrote a letter addressed "General Delivery," and 'it was answered by the man's wife, who said he had died of influenza and that the night before she received the letter, she and her two kiddies prayed to handled during the past year have been solved by the Salvationists, The Army has been working eighteen months to find the brother ef a stewardess on a big ocean liner He hasn't been found yet, but the Salvation Army is still trying. Under the proposed Home Service Program of the Salvationists the Missing friend Bureau will have a vastly increased The Union cemetery commit- tee reports the following amounts subscribed and paid in part, for the purpose of buying the fence: E. H. Hughes, Columbia $10 00 J. G. Flowers; Wichita 8.00 Falls, Tex., Mollie Flowers Hoffmas- ter, Dallas. Texas 5.00 G. E. Nell, Gradyville 5.00 C. 0. Moss, Gradyville 5.00 Irene Gist and mother, Gradyville 5.00 ' Josie and EUen Walker Columbia W.M. Wilmore and boys . cello Mrs. L. J. Willis Grady- vjjje w B Dulin Edmonton Leslie Staples Columbia Lany Staple8 Columbia Wm Francis Campbelis. viIle There are a number yet 10.00 we expect to hear from. C. O. Moss, Treaq. g qq ing. iMarry Young. Mrs. Irene Gist, Sec. Briefly, Find Your Niche. 2.00 2.00 10.00 w s Baker Gradyville E B; Ne Gradyville Luther WiJmore Bogard, M ' When you can't do what you 25Q want to do, do the next best 10o thing. It may be the failure is 2 50 for your good. Sometimes we let our enthusiasm run off with We would do q no our judgment. 2 00 2.00 girls; i?ick 'em when you're young sz&leaS them to the altar, and the course of true love will then run smooibv That's the advice of Mitchel R' Burch, of Argentine, near here, father of fifteen children, Hcen3S which paved the way for the: marriage recently performeel uniting his 13 year old daughter, Goldie, to Don't hesitate, J R Rowe Grady Vllle Wilmore Sr., in, Ohio Lo- - J- - A- - 5.00 ' Mrs. Allen Walker, lOiOO Co- - Gradyville E. R. Baker, Gradyville Mrs. Julia Baker, Lile- town John W. Flowers, Co- '. lumbia John Rose, .Columbia, James B. Hunter, Nell John Preston, Sparks- scope. ville Mrs. Charles Mengel has been C. H. Yates, Gradyville Mrs. Ella Robertson', elected head of the Louisville Gradyville League. Taylor bov, Elkhart,-III- . ; Bring your shoes to ,us for" repair James MoilSdTville, W. P. Flowers. Grady' and try our new man. Re-publican lumbia i 3.00 2.5Q 50 2.00 S. H. Mitchell Columbia otis Rose Gradyville 2-0- 0 , - 2.50 Silas Cain CoIumbia 1.00 stone LilJian 50 Mrs- - U. N. Whitlock Lebanon L. B. Cain Gradyville . 2.00 2.50 5-0- 0 Leitchfield 25 Dr. L. C. Nell 1.00 , ville 1.00 Total We hope 8.00 . " v 5.00 5.00 Gra'dy- , ' " , - 141.25. a11 T. G. Eisner & Son. ville '" who have B Still it wag onr dbugfiboya aad acribed and ha?n'fc paid wil1 I have a few nice refrigerators, If 1.50 not the members of Cougr you want qe please see me'afc oncet send .in .checks at once, as we priced who ended the war wflft reasenable. 1.00 will then know what we are do w. E. Harris. many. Indianapolis Starj many things that are for the So a kind Providence best. heads the thing off. Marshall Field could not succeed as a clerk in a little down-Eastore, but he could build up one of the biggest ccmmercial enterprises in the world in Chicago. Green, the historian could not do any work for months before he died, but he could dictate the best history of the English people ever written. Francis Parkman could not see to make watches, but he could become America's historian. Haydn was not a great a barber but he could write "The Creation" and win world fame. Grit, st sue-cuess- as Jerry M. Hines, Burch's son, Johu, was married last January toCai' men L. Elliott, a bride of 13. Another daughter, Mrs. Fleeg Joplin, of Argentine, was- - mar-ri-ed when she was sweet 16. V "Better young than never,? says Burch. "If people wait ma-t- il they get old and cranky they usually end up in, the divorce, court." Might not be a bad idea-tmove me national capital to o r the Middle West, where the Americans live. Toledo Blades v; m 8 Y -T--;ii.'. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. s ft IL 4 tfv f i 14 L ii A 4 -- :, i ? r Ii A- w -- k: -. ' V 1 t v .- - " ;. t.f IB ? 1 .' r ' i - i i,r a 'tf & . Business. which the cooperative association offers for tobacco growers. , II .' t."- religion and reli II V second, of Mr. Business is a Arrangements for the "big sale This is the II "V ' s g,rMfe :'..-- . . jj? , man who j tours of the Bluegrass in gion, is business, The pure bred and high grade his j&eep to be held at the Bourbon the interest of the cooperative does not make a business of s ii Louisville, by the association. . On May 25th and religion has a .religious life cif no Stock Yard,. force, and the man who doe3 not LouisvilIe Lve Stock "Exchange 26th, Mr. Sapiro addressed gatherings of farmers, make a religion of his business and. the Kentucky Purebred has a business life of no charac1 livestock Association on August bankers and growers of iff ft Lexington and the ter. Jl, are rapfdly being perfected. At the sale 200 pure bred bucks home ot; W. E. Simms, member The world is God's workshop; the raw materials are his; the ad ewes and 2,000 highgrade of the organization committee. ewes will be auctioned to the At each of these meetings, ap- ideals and recognition. Blackor- banker, painter or farmers of the state under simi- proval of the plan was unani smith preacher, servant or statesman, lar, conditions to those prevail- mously expressed. ing at the sale of pure bred bulls Definite arrangements and must work as unto the patterns .." i . $545 f 0 b Detroit ' dates for the meeting which Mr. are his; our hauds are the memsame organizations. by .the . .' . 4 'Jr; ' ,'. xFrom the report received by Sapiro will address will be an- bers of Christ, our reward his cs , $ i lu B. Shropshire, secretary of nounced later. The contract of Lord, not merely making a living will pay you to the Kentucky Pure Bred live the proposed association probab- but devoting a. life. This makes, If watstock Association some of the ly will be offered to the growers life sacramental, turning its a Ford Truck for your farm, go to the man who , buy present at these meetings, for er into wine. This is twice blessJ finest animals from the moat ed, blessing both the worker and p.wns one and ask him. Or we will come to you flocks of the' state will be signature. the work. Maltbie Babcock. disposed of at this ale. and will you what dozens of Ford Truck Own-eu- s The Horse Under Fire. Particular interest attaches to A Poison Test. have told us the Ford Truck is positively fchev. movement to increase the Joseph R. Schadel. publishes heep production of the Western "You are safe in accepting the ( A a proposition. showing the faithpart of Kentucky where the land the following; to a 'moonshine' party invitation lg peculiarly adapted to the rais- fulness of the horse: . to your door. at Bibbler's house.'' The noble horse is a very calm ' ins: of sheep. That section of "Why so?" . solves the problem on the farm and bethe state according to the ex- animal under stormy or danger "He keeps a supply of guinea perts possesses an ideal terrain ous circumstances. A remarktween farm and the city. does a dozen difpremises. When a for grazing sheep and themar-Jcetin- g able example of the coolness dis- pigs on the played by horses amid the din of new consignment of (moQS3hine day and stands the wear and facilities are ideal. is received a spoonful is given to war was shown at the front in A survey of the sheep indusof farm work under all conditions, France, and the soldiers who a guinea pig. If the patient try recently made by the Univer-aifchad the opportunity to personal shows signs of merriment and of Kentucky College of A card will you information. ly observe the attitude of the then lies down for a nap the fesAgriculture shows a lamantable faithful'norse, while under shell-fir- tivities are started. If he drops of high grade, let alone pure patty's off. Birmingcan realfze what an indis- dead'-thfered sheep in the state, accordpensable role was played in the ham Age Herald. ing to W. S. Bell, president of World War by our good old ; Building Trades Strike Broken the Louisville Live Stock Exfriends. change who quotes figures from "'aa; v, at Cleveland. While serving on the front in --X v the survey to show that out of COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. France,. I was more than once several hundred thousand head Cleveland, O., June 1. The impressed by the of sheep only sev$n thousand are astonished and deadlock which has existed in or desired breeding. The conse- actions of horses when the shells the building trades industry here began to burst and the deadly quent loss in profits to the since Map 1 when between 10,5 runs into an immense sum gas spread its fatal wings over 000 and 15,000 mechanics went the field of battle. One night, ' Annually. EAGLE'MKADO" PencaNo.174 ChateaurThierry, a heavy bar- on strike, was broken early to . E. L. Garman, .traffic manager day, an agreement to arbitrate rage began to fall in our vicinof the Bourbon Stock Yards.calls ity, and the horses, which were being reached by the joint con 1B hMHimJMI.I.ITl.M WfJt - VlJ.TJJ Attention to the big demand this also open to the danger, did not ciliation board of the Building For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades year for spring lambs which has scatter or run. Instead, three Trades Employers' Association ASK FOR THE YEULO W. PENQU WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO made the Bourbon Stock Yards of them, following the example and the Building Trades Council EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK the greatest spring lamb market of the soldiers, lay down prompt- after fifteen hours of practically Incoiporated fn the world. Spectacles and Eye Classes ly and waited until the shelling continuous negotiations. Bnilding operations amounting Kryptok He quotes prices to show that waa over. Only one of them (bwisabl bifocal Zens) unusually was killed, and that poor fellow to $40,000,000, employers and the market has been Artificial Eyes union officials agreed, will be in favorable to. the grower this had remained standing. year." Another time, while moving full swing within the next few FOURTH and CHESTNUT, Hopes of the livestock inter- along a road, that was under en- days under the continuous union Louisville, Ky. shop agreement of May 1, 1918. ests of the state center in the emy observation, the shells startaccess of the sheep sale as the ed tOiburst on both sides of our The most faithful creature to a planting of this many pure bred column. But the good old horses A master or a mistress is the dog. and high grade animals through-gu- t plodded on; the greatest bravery Business Phone The following is from Little Rock files. Pho the state will make a trem- was shown, and, fortunately, Ark: "Love of a collie for it endous lift in the quality of the none were lost. In time, I hope, N mistress probrbly saved Mrs. M. Or. to be marketed next there will be more space allotted animals Funk, of Little Rock, Ark., from year. From this the farmers are in history to the excellent part To be given to the DENTIST- being attacked, by a robber re.bound to receive substantial which horses played in the late cently. The man knocked at &r war. Only the highest praise ... . the back door while Mrs. Funk's would be their just dues. husband was away from home, Remember, Each Ticket Purchased Counts 50 Votes. OfficeFront Rooms Jeffries B'l'dg. I Tobacco" Growers. To 'iQf Any Girl Over 12 Years can Enter the Contest. Whenever the plans are well and when she opened the door UP STAIRS. arranged for making off with he forced his way inside the number of votes Below we give the name of each contestant and-thLpuisville, Ky.r June. 4th. A bat-ti- e house, After she waged a the liquor, a warehouse is enterreceived by each, up to the present: series of. addresses covering the V. COLUMBIA, KY wih him, the collie heard the ed and from $40,000 to $60,000 Bluegrass Burley"belt, of whisky is motored to a racket and leaped in at the r.ear jwill.be made by Aaron Sapiro, worth 18 M0 Vera Taylor ....; place, to be handed out to the door. He attacked the robber 12 200 Carrie Grissom (jparjceting expert, during the and routed him. Mrs. Funk was 3 100 Jewell Phelps Who is mostly week beginning June 13th, it retail trade. M50 Lula Parson aV in the stealing of whisky almost prostrated from fright lb - 650 Catherine Pago :v.....v... .jras announced here yesterday ' 630 the govern- and swooned upon the bed. The Ruth Stots. ...'.!.".. ...... "'.' Accept m the organization committee of from the control of 410 ..tl.'.r. Helen Patteaoa ment? oh, Lord, don't ask us collie wa3 standing beside the No Substitutes the proposed cooperative marr.5? t Maude Bradley Ti 300 bed, guarding his mistress when we promised not to tell. . ;250. Dora Beece-..keting association for Burleyto--Jjacco- . lot m the police arrived." G. Ptre Bred Sheep. H ' J " Sa-pir- ' o's - "V S '' jtA-?- . - - ''. i A .:.' ij i. $ .." 4 im-pprta- nt Law-rencebur- g, .' iC, '$. .;'-VjY W J&fi&BtRKKB . - I I '4k 4S , I -- -- i V If youard:doubtful whether it tell fa-jno- us -- that paying It brings the best markets hauling the It ferent jobs every, . It tear y post bring further i e, e -- do-mes- tic The Buchanan Lyon Co. Incorporated.. :- far-jae- rs r , J v T 9 IV Southern Optical Company CONTEST Beautiful Paramount Theatre Green Gold Watch Bracelet, Most Popular Young Lady e 13-- B. 13-- J. Murrell re-.turn- s. , i- a q ..... ' - y'T .- - .r'- - f. V " ( f r. The points which Mr. Sapiro will. reach, it has been definitely A. I' V I t' $ ! J decided, are Lexington, Richmond, Shelbyville and Mays-villOther tQwns, eight or ,n$ne in number, will beaded to e. the-Ki- t A- - later. Farrara and growers of. tobacco, bankers, warehousemen, and H but inets men will be invited thee mMfenga to hear Mr. the market problem, and tha aolutionJ ipiro'a-antlytwo- From the activity of the Republicans and Democrats of Louisville there is going to be the hotest race for the control of the city ever pulled off, especial ly for Mayor. The tickets have hot been named, but every .effort is befng made to avoid a mistake in selecting runners. Democrats assert Prominent that they will carry the city at the next municipal election. I Interested parties in the Murray grave yard will meet at the cemetery Saturday the 18th. of June for work. Singing at Jerico next Sunday afternoon. G. W. Pike will lead. On the third Sunday afternoon Mr. Pike will sing at Kelleyville. , All invited. I Thedford's LACK-0RAU6H- 1 B Creel Sublett.T Margaret Hyne3 ;'"4 - '50.' , 9 y y- - T Paramount Theater. Lloyd f The News $1.50 in Ky, George always keeps that the Allies are timing the Philadelphia North England in the middle of the marks. stream so there's be no chance American. New York There is a stray pig at J. T. Page's F.9 DD to swap horses. black; will weigh 25 pounds. lpt It is The U. S'. dry force has been J9IIDBDDBBBSODB World. The owner can have same by calling cut two thirds for jack of . and appropriataoos to soa- Germany is aarkag time, it is GIVE US THAT. NEXT JOB. . JohnJoces, aanounctd; it i alo announctd taia it. ., - ., .:Cplaml)ia, Ky. .r v E OUR WORK j Purely Vegetable I Liver Medicine S Coo-grassio- nal paying-expense- tm I . ISUP-TOIDAT- ,,: . m T-'- &tgr :. r :- ii - .. 'X