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G. and Nannie Suddarth, and 'was born in Columbia about 6S years ago Here he lived wittfliisjiarents until he was about fourteen years old, going to his father and mother ,soon ,afterThos E. Bramlette was elected Governor, his father having been appointed Adjutant .General of the State Later his mother died, and some' years after the war the remainder of the family removed to Illinois, and later located at Evansville, Ind., where the father died, leading three sons, Clay, Tyler and James The bovs drifted, Tyler dying in Carthage, Ho. ' Clay was with Tyler when he iied, but James had returned to this county and was living with his aunt, Mrs. James Squires, on a farm, which he inherited and where Clay died last Thursday night, June 16. The deceased was a victim of inflammatory rheumatism, and was afflicted ten or twelve years, He lived with his brother, James, where he received the kindest treatment, his evFrank-"fort-with Sheriffs Sale. virtue of execution No. 2109, issued from the office of the Clerk of the.Adiar Circuit Court in favor -- By l ery wish being gratified. He was a great reader and kept himself well posted in National affairs, and was an ardent Democrat. He was a man for whom every body had the utmost respect, and although he was helpless his passing brought tender emotions to many hearts .The writer knew him in boyhood and in manhood and knew that he entertained principles of the highest ideals. We pl?yed marbles, ball, and went swimming together In our earlier days, and we at all times found him to be a most desirable associate. He was ready for the. call, and those who were the closest to him should not grieve, but rejoice that he is now free from a malady that human skill could not relieve Besides his brother, James, he leaves three uncles, Judge H. C Baker, this place, Charles Baker, Burkes-vill- e, and J. B. Baker, of North Dakota, who recently visited the deceased, and one nephew, Sam Suddarth, and several cousins. The interment was Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the Murray graveyard, a large circle of friends being present. Rev. L. J. B. Smith was the officiating minister. -- of G. A Spires agaiqsb Mary B. Allen, I will, on Monday the 4th, day of July, 1921,it being the first day of the regular terra of Adair Circuit Court, at the Court House door in the town of Columbia.Ky., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder.a tract of land lying in Adair County. Kentucky, on the waters of Green river, and levied on as the property of the said Mary B. Allen Said tract of land contains fifteen acres more or less.and is bounded as follows: Beginning at a white oak and black walnut stump in a line of a 90 acre survey, and cornor to Otto Adams, thence new made line S 78J W 32 poles to a stone a new made'cor-rie- r, thence another new made line IT. 21$ W 70 poles to a stone in G. W. Baileys line, thence with the same East (course being copied from deed) 32 poles to two small black oaks (both down now a stone, and corner to said Bailey and Adama, thence with Adams' line S 21 J E 44 1.5 poles to a stone where a dogwood once stood, thence with another of said Adams' lines S 19! E 33 poles to the beginning I will proceed to sell said land, or so much thereof as will be necessary to satisfy 'said execution which is for the sum of one hundred and sixty-eigh- t dollars and thirty cents, with six per cent per annum interest thereon from the 1st, day of January. 1920, until paid, also the cost ,of said action amounting to the sum of fourteen dollars and forty-fivcents Said land will be sold on a credit of three months from the day of sale, and the. purchaser will be required to give bond with approved securety for the sale price thereof, to have the force and effect of a judgment on which execution may issue if not paid at maturity This the 11th day e We will place a Fordsoa Tractor A Splendid Offer. that we have used as demonstrator on We do expert, starter, generator, your Here is a proposition we make to farm on approval and guarantee Mr. Simon Goodman, who was. a Motor, Battery repairing and rechargit to be in first class conditon, good as readers who want a city paper, but da prominent business man of Glasgow, a ing, Reboring,' welding new and if it does the work to your not want a daily: Hebrew who located in that town and Brazing, anything you car needs entire satisfaction we will sell it to We will furnish the Adair County many years ago, died last Tuesday done. Agents for the Famous Gener- you ot a bargain if taken at once. K"ews and the St. Louis- - Twlce-a-wee- k He was about al Electric ''Titan" Storage battery The Buchanan Lyon Co. Inc , Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in five years old and was a brother-inlaguaranteed 18 months JT Columbia, Ky. Kentucky. To subscribers living in t of Mrs. Sam Lewis, this Rjace All work guaranteeirlces right Heart inaction was the cause of his Bringyour car to the 'Page garage to Miss Kathreen Willis, of the Zion other States S2.40. Globe Democrat The Twice-a-weeneighborhood, this county, who was demise He 'was a man who stood have your work done. Respt examined by trie Taylor County is one cf the best and newest papers well in his adopted town and he will Myers & Flowers. Board of Examiners, has received her published in this country. We do not be greatly missed in the business af papers with the statement that her know how long this proposition will fairs of Glasgow. He had some ac Attention of parties, who are in grade 'ocwas the highest in Taylor coun- hold good, therefore, if you want the quaintances in Columbia, having control-- , to the condition of the Campty. Out of 43 teachers examined in papers, call or send in your subscripcasionally visited here.bellsville pike from Columbia to the Lewis-antion at once. said county, 33 passed. son, Alvin, Mr and Mrs. Taylor county line It is in a fearful left Wednesday morning to attend the condition at many places along the Died Near Greensburg. It is expected that Raymond Dris-col- l, funeral, which was held in'Louisville. route, and metal ''should be on and charged with being one of the Died at Glasgow. Have You a Car? Oxf-Acetyle- ne w 't k d For Sale. interest in my stock of goods also half interest in my store building. I have a very good one-hal- I want to sell f stock of goods, all new stock no old or stale goods on hands. I have a Ko. 1, good building. Good location and a A Fordson Tractor that has teen good trade considering everything. used as a demonstrator, in .A So. 1 I will sell the whole thing stock of condition, fully guaranteed, at a goods and building, or I will sell stock J bargain. Will demonstrate it in your of goods and rent the .building, I now field and guarantee it to give No. I have a most satisfactory trade con- service. If it does not do the work sidering the dull season. I have other perfectly satisfactory to you, no sale. reasons for selling A rare opportunity for some good far Geo. W. McLean. mer to secure a. No. 1 Fordson Tractor 36 3t at a bargain, The BUchanan Lyon Co. Inc., Prognosicating. Coluinbia, Ky. This paper will have no vote in the coming primary unless a Democrat should submit his candidacy for position. However, we think we can tell who will be the winners for district offices. Here is dur guess. Judge Carter will carry every county in his race for renomination for Circuit Judge, and that Huddleston will car ry four out of the five for Commonwealth's Attorney. Mr. Smith, one of his opponents, will carry Monroe, the county in which he lives, but Mr. Huddleston will receive a respectable vote in that county. crushed. Adair county agreed to keep up this end of the pike, and she should do it. The toll monev couid be used, and it would help wonderfully in putting on metal. Mr. Gowdy keeps his end in good condition,- - winter and summer. men who attempted to rob the Bank of Columbia, will be tried at the com-n- g term of Adair circuit court. He is now in jail at Louisville, but he will be brought here in due time- r ' Notice. The Russell circuit court opened at Dr. Sidney Dunbar, son of Dr O Jamestown last Monday, Judge CarS. Dunbar, is now practicing dentistry ter and Commonwealth's Attorney in Campbellsville. He is occupying Huddleston being on time. There the apartments, on Main street, where was aa unusually large crowd in at Dr. C. C. Patteson was located during tendance, and the business of the his lifetime. Dr. Dunbar is very comtown was fairly good during the day. petent. After the jurors had qualified the' re mainder of tne day was taken up by An opportunity to secure at a barthe district candidates. gain one of the wonderful Fordson tractors that has been used as a Fordson Tractor. demonstrator. The Buchanan Lyon Co. Inc., We have one Fordson Tractor that Columbia, Ky. we have used as a domonstrator, guaranteed to be in No. 1 condition We learn from the Chairman of the and as good as new, at a bargain if Board of Trustees that our informant taken at once. We sell for cash or on who said that the town built two-thir- All parties owing me for Fertilizer, are requested to come in and pay Officers will go out and destroy a same by June 25th. still and pour out a lot of beer, bub A. W. Tarter, their action doe3 notjcut any ice with Reece Bros, have sold their business the fellows who are located in other to Mr. Stanley Epperson, and it is hollows necessary for them to collect the We are selling this week a special amounts due them. Call and settle at once. The above "firm return their blend of Teas blended specially for sincere thanks to all friends who pat- Cold Drinks, at 25c per lb . was pjjced ronized them while in business. at 50c. Its fine. 34-2- tv Mrs. Gupton, who was the mother of Mrs J. P. Beard, this place, died near Greensburg last Monday afternoon She was highly respected, a lady who will be greatly missed. Mr. and Mrs Beard andtheir son, John, left this morning to attend th9 funeral. Perhaps a more extended notice will appear later. Ross el I & Co. Quite an interest is being manifested in the Bible Institute now in progress at the Baptist church. People living out of town are in attendance. Old Kentucky," show will be pulled off ' "In a thrilling at the Para- mount Theater. The result of the contest will be announced. of June 1921. Cortez Sanders, Sheriff of Adair County Has Won Out. the District candidates will be here the first Monday in July and the major portion of the day will be given v over to the speakers. All Licensed to Preach. Patton, who is a Republican candidate for Tax CommisMr. Rollin B. easy At the District Conference of the E. Church, South, held in the following persons were licensed to preach: J. H. Stone, Jamestown; W. E. Long, Jamestown; W. H. Russell Campbellsville; C. S. Biggs, T. N Garvin, Columbia. The following were recommended to the annual Conference: R. L Lockard, Bear Creek; J. W. Rayburne, Gradyville; O. T. Thomas, Sparksville; D M. Collins. Jamestown. M. Camp-bellsvill: 10,-000,0- terms. sioner, has won out in a race he started more than a year ago Camp-bellsvill- e, The Buchanan Lyon Co , Inc. Columbia, Ky. Mr. Harry G. Knipp, who has been the editor and publisher of the Co- Twelve days from the date of this paper until the Adatr circuit court? ready when of the walk leading to the opens The sheriff will be bell taps Lindsey-Wilsowas mistaken. The the town only built about one-haof the Splendid entertainments at the ds n, lf stretch. For iale. Masons and All. Last notice before the Big Picnic, June 24, at Cane Yalley, Ky. Good speaking, lots of Band Music. Every body Invited. This is Tiob meant for Masons only, but the whole public is expected and welcomed. Come all and bring good eats, and have a good time. Your friends will be there look- ing for you, disappoint them by not coming. Opening gun is fired at 9 o'clock a. m. Bring the women and babies Lots of shade, good seats, fresh water and free lemonade. Don't forget the day and date, Friday, June 24th, 1921. Roger Page ) Ollle Corbin Committee J T. Watson ) Shocked by Lightning. Mrs. Frank Cooley, who is a daughMrs. R. A. Hutchison, was terribly shocked by lightning last Friday. She was at the home of her parents, nursing her child when the bolt came. She was knocked to the floor, losing the use of one arm and one leg, but she had greatly improved Saturday morning. Her baby was not hurt, nor her mother, her mother being in the same room. ter of Mrs and Lost. Between Ella and Eunice, a gold open, face, watch Seth Thomas works. Two fobs, one sea shell, the other a celleloid with six glass sets. I will pay a reward to the finder. J. Ml McQueary. About that time he commenced paying his respects to Mis3 Latitia Paull, a popular young lady, a daughter of Mrs. Lena Paul, 'this place, and for months the couple have been very devoted, and it was generally predicted that they would eventually get married. Last Wednesday, armed with the proper document, they, in company with Mr. Edwin Hutchison and Miss Comet May "Near" Earth By Eva Walker motored to the residence Miles. of Eid. Z T. Williams, who in a very impressive manner, pronounced the Cambridge, Mass , June 8 ceremony that made them man and comet, the expected near apwife. proach of which to the earth this Immediately after the ceremony the month has caused much comment, couple left to spend a few days in probably will not come in 10,000,000 Louisville. Upon their return they miles of us, according to information went to'the home of the bride's moth-e- r received at the Harvard College Con-- , where they will reside for the servatory from astronomers in various present. parts of the world who are studying The groom, is a young man who was its motion closely. reared in the Breeding settlement, and has been well acauainted in 'CoPublic Sale. lumbia where he was partially educated. He is full of energy, ready to do July 2nd, 1921, at 1 o'clock p. m. ac what his hands find to do. Russell Springs, Ky , on account of The bride is one of Columbia's most declining health, I will offerfor sale popular young ladies, and her friends my Roller Mill, in good operation by are glad she has been wedded to the 25 H. P. steam boiler and engine with gentleman of her choice. a first class saw rig. Terms cash id If the eroom is as successful in his hand i in 12 months i in 18 mo. race for tax commissioner as he was Farmers Milling Co., in his matrimonial contest, he will be F. F. Rexroat, Prop. 34 3b. crowned another winner on the first Saturday in August. e; Paramount Theater three nights this week, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- lumbia Republican for two months, has purchased the plant and has reComplete equipment for 25 barrel moved it to a room on the second Midget Mill, Oil Engine, easy terms floor of the Paull Drug Company's Will move to good location. building. It will certainly be pleas-antP. O. Box 52, Aurora, Indiana. than conducting a paper in conThe Salvisa Bank was robbed last nection with another business. week by three farmers who live in Gass Given Anderson county, near Lawrenceburg. They were captured in two hours I am now prepared to give after the. robbery and the money regass for the painless extraction covered. er day. will be the big day at All the Masonic Lodges in the county wlllbe represented. if ext Friday Cane Yalley. Quite a lot of tobacco was set out in this county last week, bub the crop will not be very large. Five persons were convicted and sent to the penitentiary at the last term of the Casey circuit court. The five .weeks' Normal is progres- Win-necke- 's of teeth. Finis Pike, who lives on the farm sing rapidly. Close3to fifty students H. W. Depp, Dentist. of Mr. H. J. Henson, has been grantare in attendance. ed a pension of $3.00 per month. He Mr. S. H. Kassem, who has been S108-G. M. Stevenson, J, T. Goodman;. living in Adair, near Columbia, for drew back pay to the amount of He was in the last war and went T. R. and Count Sfculfcr, wera at several years, removed with his fam across Jamestown court. ily last week, to Harlan, Ky. He for. merly lived in that county. He made this county a good citizen during his residence here, and his friends disliked to see him leave. He had an offer in Harlan and could nob turn down the proposition. Communion services at the Methodist church last Sunday. The discourse was preached by Presiding Elder Wade, who had a fine message. Sunday night Rev. M. M. Murrell, a native of this county, at present located at Calhoun, Ky., preached very entertainingly, being a forceful and pointed speaker. i 4 The ball game at this place, last Frid day, was a affair. Jamestown came down and engaged the Columbia boys, quite a number witnessing the contest. The game closed, Columbia having 14, scores and the - visitors five. Mr. L. W. Dudgeon received his apThe Jamestown team is of his' companions went down, evident-l-y had cramped. Young Menzies ptfn! HMafc as postmaster at Cane Val-j- g made up of nine fine, young men, and We heard a farmer say a few days jteturoW nifht. itr. Dad- - they took their defeat ialhe best of weab to his rescue and lost his lift ta go that there weald be quite a lot of 1& liis efforts to save hie friend. take efcarge at ,4 fcraee. ?eftches,fejtbi SearkivWe ooaitry. one-side- tP ll.tn nl.AA TT!...n Vf. son ofThos. has accepted a position to teach six' Menzies, and a nephew of Dr. James periods a day for the Danville High Menzies, this piace, was drowned, at School next year, and he will also finMoonstone Beech, California, a few ish at Center College. Strother is a weeks ago. He was 17 years old, and young man who is out to make some and in company with other young dust in the world, and if he keeps his men, he was out swimming, and one health he is ture to do it. Kenneth Menzies, The Institute, Chautauqua, and Next Thursday will be the last day? circuit court for Adair county all for suing for the coming term of Cir-come the same week. Institute and cult court circuit court will open the 4th of Adair county is in need of a good July, the Chautauqua the 5th. soaking rain. Early planted com is Mont Corbin shipped a car load of twisting. hogs and cattle to Cincinnati a few Mr and Mrs. Ray Montgomery,, days ago. He got 8 for his hogs and 7 cents for his cattle, weighing over Louisville arrived Sunday night. twelve hundred pounds. See the big show at the Paramount ! College offered a $75.00 gold Theater next Saturday night. Center watch for the best Latin Scholar, Senare plowing oven Some farmers ior class Mr. Strother Hines, this ', place, won tne prize and was awarded their corn for the third time. the handsome timekeeper. Bornt to the wife of .W, E. 'Willis,, A few days ago Jack Rial, sold his June 18, 1921, a daughter. stock of goods at Coburg to Johnson & Heskamp. Riall purchased a restauFor Sale A boy's saddle, call rant at Lebanon Junction Znd has this office. . gone there to live. " "& Fir Sale. At: w .fk ee. Claud Dulworth, who owned the roller milf at Coburg, sold lb a few days ago to a Mr, Whitney. Tbe eoa- stderatioa'ta private. Trie mill des Seed potatoes. . C, Late variety, E. aftjvMrihJtyMt'XW a food buslaees.- - The News $$& in Kyi. -- . i J .- &: - :l x 2 ADAIRTCOUNTY NEWS BURLEY 'SIGN-U- P' BURLEY BODY IS ENLARGED TO STARTS IN RUSH THE NEW DISEASE. everyone Is REDDY FOX, asfellow. Heknows. his gets clever 29 IS YOUR HEALTH -- living by his wits as well as his courage. One day while Reddy was eating his dinner out of his bright tinplate he happened to notice that as he moved It he made little flashes of bright light, for the sun was shining right on it Reddy Fox always thinks a great deal, and while he was throwing the light about the room he was thinking how he could use It to his advantage, meaning how he could play some trick on some one in a way that would get him something. "I believe I can do It," he suddenly exclaimed, jumping up in such a hurry Then he that he upset his chair. A'ppy "r4r L0OCSZ& JX&S7P. OX'S t Z.S?r&. S' house. A - Wl washed his tin plate and, taking it under his arm, he hurried out of the ilr. Coon had a pantry filled with things that Reddy Fox liked, but Mr. Coon had not invited him to dinner once this long time, and now Reddy Intended to get what he wanted without being invited. Mr. Coon was sitting on his steps and Reddy had the tin plate under Ws coat. "You don't look well, Mr. Coon," he said. "Are you sick?" "Now that you mention it," said Mr, Coon, "I believe I do feel rather poorly, and I don't think I ate as much breakfast as usual.' That night, after Mr. Coon had run THE RIGHT THING AT THE RIGHT TIME By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEE WHEN HE CALLS. Practice in time becomes second nature. A MOTION picture recently produced, the charming young actress Impersonating a New York society girl receiving the call of one of her men friends takes the caller's hat and coat from him as he enters the hall. Now as a matter of fact no girl who knew social usage would do that Of course, If the man were aged or otherwise too feeble to dispose of them himself, she would. Otherwise, if there is no servant at hand to take them from him, the young woman would simply show him A where the hatrack was located. young man caller .need not be asked by his hostess to remove his coat. If a maid comes to the door he should remove his coat in the hall after he has taken off his hat and give them to tlio maid or hang them on the hatrack before going into the reception room or drawing room. If the young woman receives a caller in a sitting room above stairs he should leave his outer things in the downstairs hall before ascending. The American girl should always extend her hand to ilie young man caller when he calls. If he has asked to see e courtesy alher. It was an ways to say "Pray be seated," or something of that sort and the young man ' did not take a seat until he had been so requested. Now, however, we do not stand o.n such formality. The young old-tim- Anon. man takes a seat after his hostess has been seated, but he avoids taking the most comfortable chair in the room. The question is often asked by young women as to whether young men should be given refreshments when they call. If they come In the afternoon about four or five It Is customary Iiularge towns to serve tea, which the hostess dispenses from a tea table in the drawing room or living room. Of course, with the majority of young men, an afternoon call is an impossi-'blllt- y and all their calling is done In the evening. Now hospitality does not g require any refreshments for the call; but especially If the young jnan has expressed his Intentions of coming a certain night, or if there are eve-..nln- How ItjSiisried & a -- JIJL2E CODES OF LAW. attempt at codifying THE earliest the famous code Of was Hammurabb, about 2000 B. C. This antedated even the Commandments given by Moses. .It was very complete, covering nearly every contingency. The Greeks and Romans had codified laws, the most famous being the Julian and Augustan codes. The Napoleonic code, famous In Its time, still survives jB'ttie, present day. t? Big Growers First To Join As Organization Committee if Coaway for a change of climate, he sud1,395,600 Pounds Are denly discovered, while running, that operative' Asseciation To be was feeling very well and not at Pledged First Day Have New Members all 111. "I guess I was not as sick as I thought, after all," he said. "I believe DRIVE NOW IN ILUEGRASS WILL REACH EVERY COUNTY I will go back home, and if I have a can go away second spell of flashes I Carroll ton, Ky., June 4. Growers of for good, for Reddy Fox said the third Louisville, Ky., June 7. Enlargemore than 1,395,600 pounds of burley ment of the Organization Committee attack was the danger point." Burley It was moonlight when .Mr. Coon tobacco signed the contract of the of the proposed came to the path that led to his house proposed Burley Tobacco Marketing Association from five memin the woods, and as he came to the Marketing Association, at the opening bers to twenty-nin- e was announced brush where Reddy Fox had hidden here today. sign-ucampaign his bright tin plate Mr. Coon saw meeting of the active The new members are : here today. something glisten. J. N. Kehoe, Maysville; Desha Acreage represented by the signa- Breckinridge, Lexington. T. S. Bur"That looks like Reddy Fox's plate," said Mr. Coon, "Now I wonder how tures was more than 1,400, with an nam, Richmond: Harry Giovannoli, It happened to be here. Anyway; find- average production of about 1,000 Lexington ; Sainuel Clay, Paris ; Chas. N. Manning, Lexington; William A. ing is keeping in the woods, and I pounds to the acre. Two hundred and McDowell, Lexington ; N. C. Ridgeway, need a new plate." thirty-fiv- e growers, signed the contract Falmouth ; the Rev. John F. Knue, McWhen he reached his house he was surprised to hear (Jeep breathing com- Many more were forced to go homo Quady; Shelby T. Harbison, Lexinging from his bedroom, and not wishing without having an opportunity to sign, ton; Joseph E. Robinson, Lancaster; any trouble, Mr. Coon on account' of lack of clerks to attend Miss Sunshine Sweeney, Lexington ; T. to get J. Curtis, Richmond. Johnson N. Camclimbed In the pantry window. to them. den, Versailles; Dr. Frank L. McVey, He was sitting on the sill listening, Growers from three counties in Lexington; W. A. Clements, Springwhen the moonlight streaming In Indiana and four in Kentucky were field; Edward Bassett, Lexington;, showed him two empty shelves. among those who bound themselves by Louis L. Neale, Richmond; J. Qulncy "Mr. Coon stared, then he scratched contract Ward, Cynthiana; Price Headley, Lexthe provisions of the five-yehis head, and then he listened, and of the association. ington ; Walter Bennett, Richmond ; H. then he looked at the tin plate. Three farm organizations in Carroll B. Hanger, Jr., Richmond ; L. A. Faur-es- t, By that time he bad come to the County made the day a special one for Elizabethtown, and Fred G. Stelz, conclusion that Reddy Fox had played their members, and held special meet- Lexington. a trick on him. ings on preceeding days to urge theni The original five members of the Whether Reddy Fox ever knew who to sign the contract immediately. The Organization Committee, who will rewas to blame for his fright Mr. Coon Farmers' Union was represented by 70 main as an Executive Committee of never knew, but when one day Reddy per cent of its members. Approximate the larger body, are: stopped to speak to Mr. Coon and figures indicated that the percentage Judge Robert W. Bingham, chairfound him eating his dinner from a of the Farm Bureau was about the man ; W. E. SImms, Versailles. John tin plate he did not let on he noticed same. The Eurekas, a secret society T. Collins, Paris; James C. Stone, of farmers, had held special meetings Lexington, and Ralph M. Barker, Carit It was a long time after this that to bring the benefits of the plan before rollton. Mr. Coon discovered about the flashes. its members. The enlargement of the committee Signing began with the arrival of the marks the first step of the movement He was eating his dinner, and having first printed contracts from Louisville, to spread the organization to the indimade his tin plate very clean by eating all that was on it he picked It up, and continued all morning without in- vidual eoueties. This will be continued and the sun striking it made little terruption. By noon more than 150 as quickly as possible by the appointgrowers had signed, and others were ment of local chairmen and commitflashes round the room. "Oh," said Mr.. Coon, "that was the crowding to the tables faster than tees, to organize each county. At this way he did it. Well, I don't see but clerks could prepare the papers for date, Lexington and Richmond are the only centers which have been comwhat I got the best of it, for I have signature, Curtis Montgomery, Ghent, Ky., wa3 pletely organized, but others are exa nice bright plate and he has nothing the first grower to sign the contract. pected to do so during the next two to show for his trouble." He is one of the largest producers of weeks. (Copyright.) " Carroll County, and owns about 600 The function of the Organization acres of land suitable for raising to- Committee as it exists at present is to be several callers, plan some light bacco. He stayed in Carrollton all to perfect machinery in each district refreshments. In some families it Is night in order o have the opportunity to carry the contract of the associacustomary to have some sort of light to sign first. tion to the individual grower. This refreshment toward the close of the Despite the fact that a rain the night contract was offered to the growers evening anyway, and then it Is hosbefore the meeting had made a perfect for the first time at Carrollton June 4. pitable to ask any callers who happen tobacco setting season, hundreds of At this time more than 1,395,000 to be present to partake. farmers dismissed the chance in order pounds were signed up for the associaNow, here Is something that every to attend the "sign-up.- " By 10 o'clock tion. young man ought to bear in mind, and in the morning; the square around tlio The contract will be offered to the g should be courthouse, where the signing was in growers at meetings the week of June that is that his brief. Having risen to depart, he progress, was crowded with fanners 13, which will be addressed by Aaron should show decision of character and and their families. A constant stream Sapiro and Judge Bingham. I. re probpoise enough after bidding his hostess continued to pour into the town during able that from the points where Mr. and others who may be present goodthe entire morning and early after- Sapiro is to speak organization will night, tot go away at once, ' ut often noon, as the districts more remote spread. extremely young men, though they may from the town sent in their continBankers, growers and other leaders be willing enough to leave, seem to be gents. In each community interested In the quite unable to do this. Of course this At noon, after the ai rival of Judge welfare of the growers hold meetings dallying is often the fault of those on Robert V. Bingham, Louisville, "chief this week with Mr. Stone and Joseph whom they are calling, who open new speaker of the day, and chairman of Passonneau, organization manager, to topics of conversation just as they are the organization committee of the pro, explain the details of the departing, and make it difficult for posed association, a procession of plan and to arrange reception for Mr. them to leave at once. This also shows growers, headed by a band and a group Sapiro's meeting. a certain lack of social poise. of growers who had signed the conIt is expected that in the next two (Copyright.) tract, marched from the courthouse to weeks county organizations will be O Camthe scene of the barbecue and burgoo perfected and the active Sign-U- p feast and the afternoon speaking. It paign brought home to every grpfirer. is estimated that ",000 fanners took H0 DO YOU SAT? IT? part. In addition to these nu had By C. N. LURIE Demands Harvey Be Recalled. gIie ahead on foot and in cars. Following the burgoo feast at 1:30 Common Errors in English and How to Avoid Them o'clock, Judge Bingham addressed the Harvey, from crowd in one of the town's warehouses. Ambassador Ralph M. Barker, member of the or"HEALTHY" AND "HEALTHFUL." ganization committee, in introducing whose name the title of colonel Judge Bingham, read a telegram from appears to have been dropped THERE is a distinct difference in M. O. Wilson, campaign secretary of since Congressman Stevenson asof these two words, being formed by Virthe and the distinction should be made by giniaassociation and Carolina growers, expressing serted in the House that it was all who desire to speak and write "Healthy" means possessing or congratulations and good wishes. Prolonged applause was gh en Judge given to him at a banquet, has enjoying health or its effects; as, "a Bingham's prediction that an adequate received another severe castiga-tio- n healthy person" or "a "healthy condiassociation law would be tion." But "healthful" means promotin the Senate, this time by readily passed bj the next session of ing health, or adding to it or preservthe Kentucky legislature. Senator McKellar (Dem., Tenn,) ing it. Thus, we sa-- that a healthy At the conclusion of Judge Bingham's person is the product of healthful suraddress, Jamei C. Stone, Lexington, who said, smong other things, roundings. "The finances of the counmember of the organization committee, coucerning try are In a healthy condition." speaking as a representative of the the statements in "Healthful living Is conducive to growers of the Bluegrass, thanked the Ambassabor Harvey's speech at length of life." growers of this section for the impetus A correspondent of a newspaper they nad given the campaign, and as- the Pilgrims. Society dinner: wrote, "Are plants in a sleeping room sured them that the growers of his "They constitute a libel against healthy?" It was evident that she section would not be slow to follow the meant, "Does the presence of plants example. He said that without excep- the Government of the United in a sleeping room affect the health tion every man he had consulted in reof the occupant of the room?" Of gard to the formation of the proposed States. They constitute a desecourse, a plant in a sleeping room or association, had been in favor of tlie cration of nearly one hundred elsewhere, may or may not be healthy ; movement without reserve. and Its presence in a room may or Other meetings at which the con- thousand young men who gave may not be healthful for the human tract of the association will be offered up their-liveon the battlefields occupant. to the growers for signatures will be (Copyright.) held the week of June 13, at Shelby, of France. They are an insult -- 0.ville, Lexington, Maysville, Danville, to every one of the nearly 5,000,-00- 0 s- "y Richmond, Cynthiana and possibly A LINE 0' CHEER soldiers who enlisted in that other points. Aaron Sapiro, attorney for twenty-tw- o California great conflict. They constitute associations and considered to be one By John Kendrfck Bangs. ' on .... - i of the greatest authorities world, will a wanton libel upon the patrotic agriculture In the men and women of this country. address these meetings. LINCOLN. The following names were an- They are the words of a craven nounced as members of the organizaSPITE of all his load of He and a sycophant. IN care, tion committee: War's worry and demurrage. Judge Bingham, Louisville; Mr. (Harvey) is not a fit representaHe never yielded to despair. Barker, Carrollton; Edward Bassett, Nor weakened in his courage. DeshaBreckinridge, Harry Giovanoli, tive of either our government or He faced the deadliest of fact .Shelby T. Harbison, Charles N. Man- its people. I protest against his As well as wildest rumor,' ning, William A. McDowell, Dr. Frank patience and surpassing: With L.' McVey, 'James C. Stone .and M.ss being retained, and I again extact g Sunshine Sweeney, Lexington; T. S. press the earnest and patriotic And humor. Burnam, Richmond ; Johnson N. Cain-de- n American both tried and ,true, and W. E. SImms, Versailles; hope that our President will reThe..8tormy blast defying, . Samuel Clay and John T. Collins, His fame will live the ages Paris; J. N. Kehpe, Maysville; the call him immediately. Protests through ' i An influence undying. Rev. John F. Khue, McQuady; N. C. against Mr. Harvey are coming (Copyright) f Ridgeway, Falmouth, and W, A. Cleia i p in-tar leave-takinQpr-rectl- y. V GRADUALLY SLIPPING? 1 Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares Teat if More Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness and Worry. Navasota, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, of this place, relates the following interesting account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when you feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did some time ago when I found myself in a condition of very nervous, health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set it down before I felt like I could Hit it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "1 was . . . nervous and easily upset. run-down I just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and alter reading I decided 1 had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it . . "In a very short while after I began the Cardui Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't long until I was all right good appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later 1 took a bottle of Cardui as a, fnnie. lean recommend Cardui and elad- - M ly do so, for if more women knew, it would save a great deal of worry and. couldn't rest well at night and was . . . sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands qJ other women who have found Cards helpful should convince you that it "V worth trying. AH druggists sell it. t -- o va EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood j and American Fence. i St,el Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO .Incornorated 116 Caat tlatKel Street' Between First and Brook i1 Louisville, Ky. j I W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE 4 International MadetoiVleasure Clothes. ! COLUMBIA, Second FloorJeffries Building. -JTY. men throughout the nation, I was largely attended and all resincerely hope that the President ported a nice time. will heed these protests." Miss Reedie Tucker spent last Saturday night with Misses Lois Knifley. and Ollie Parmell. Mr. Lucian Beard spent last community Saturday night and Sunday with The health of the is very good at the present time. Messrs. Ben and Goebel Wheeler, j A series of meeting conducted at this place by Rev. Luther Young, closed last Wednesday Accept night, with several conversions No Substitutes m and additions to the church. m SBaHSSHaBBBBia a Mrs. Mont Williams and little daughters, Lorena, of Dunville, si lot 1 Bedford's I s -- ff t- ... visted her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C: Gose, a few days of last ILM-DRAU6H- T week. Purely On the 4th, of June being A. m C. Wheeler's birthday, his neighVegetable bor's and friends gathered at his .home and gave him a surp. 9 prise birthday dinner. The table j was loaded with everything good P3BBBBBBBBBBBB m to'eat, and there was lots left. Cy Barger is some Shrinerl Everybody seemed' to enjoy when he can treat his fellow No-- ,j themselves. blemen to such an exhibition as. Born, to the wife of. Lee Rob- hustling Saints put up. Mem-- ( inson on the 8th of June a son. phis Shriuera don't see any bet Miss Lorena Bault spent a few ter ball in the Southern league days last week with" her aunt, than the game at Jackson viej Petersburg, St Mrs. Loretta Garner of this Saturday. Florida Times. place. i Liver Medicine 53 i -- never-failin- -- V- v4 '"i. Jif V. '&,. 4" jJt r lm ' ' S&,U&-r- : -: V -- enU, Springfield, ' , in from patriotic men( and wo- Mrs. Thelbert Walker, and Cy Barger's pitchers heavedi Casey Creek visited 29 innings of scoreless baseball children, of her father Mr. W. A. Fumph-res- in Jacksonville that is as far a3j of Absher, a few days of earned runs were concerned. last week. Must be learning to pitch under of Cy. StJ The. social given at Mr. A. C. the instructions Wheelers, last Saturday" night Petersburg Florida Times. -- s, 11 .:r.?J - ,j j Jk r- a31 rr. r.'-- j .- ivi.a J.sr. ' t 'A . . ... . w iv. iC""' .r jt - ?... . JT jj?,"l r 1ti M ADAIP COUNTY NEWS MMHaHHBBBMHMMMMMMMHHaHMHMMimaBHmMHBBMiMiHBMHMM KllpifFH f . school days wAi. I grONONr BIG -- ? STOCK i OF ? CLOTHING 9 Wm&3S0I iiSiftliir ''ftrl L ini &&8&k "id wis Vr ri. . SggjflSi H5HE$y wmv? Ah -- 'i? ' i, iC y4; am now ready to supply young men, old men and;boys If Inl H THE WOODS Br DOUGLAS MALLOCH. INSPIRATION. j ! with clothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new c supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. "If you need any thing in this line, call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I npthPgpDOOK A life spent in brushing clothes and washing crockery and sweeping floors, a life which the proud of earth would have Any stock offfinp shoes for men and boys was selected with care. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. bought them ' ? treated as the dust under their feet; a life spent at a clerk's desk, a life spent in a narrow shop, a life spent In the laborer's hut, may yet be a life so ennobled by God's loving mercy that for the sake of it a king might gladly yield bis crown. Canon Farrar. ' I I WH . I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. ECONOMICAL DISHES. who can get to the fields ANYONE the delicious field mushroom, has a luxury for which the wealthy pay a high price. If one learns a few varieties of the common mushroom and adheres- - strictly to that knowledge, never risking a doubtful And thus he learned to know the pain one, there will be many delightful Of him who sings but sings in vain To ears averted. dishes which the family may enjoy, Like one who wakes free of expense. Pounds of this whole- To unresponsive wallshis sweetest tone of stone some food goes to waste ,ach year In halls deserted. because people either lack tlfe knowledge of preparing and cooking it or When all the merry melodies men to pass It by without a look. The sim- He sang his fellow hear him,please Brought none to plest method of preparation is to peel He turned from splendor and from pelf the caps, cut up both stems and caps 'To sing a measure for himself, A song to cheer him. and saute in a little butter; when thoroughly cooked, add cream and serve He wrote a song of long ago on toast or as any creamed vegetable. A vale where yellow lilies grow Beside a river, A path that leads the weary feet Smothered Calf's Liver. Where meadowland and waters meet And rushes quiver. Make 12 Incisions In the upper surface of the liver with a sharp knife, He wrote a song of childhood days, having the cuts parallel. Insert bits Of pleasant shade and wooded ways And summer qulet-1-of bacon In the cuts, sprinkle with spanned a bridge salt, celery salt and dredge with flour ; A humble that upon a hill,gushing riU, cot put three thin slices of bacon in a hot With roses by It frying pan, put in the liver and brown not the creature of his art. the surface, turning frequently. Re- 'Twassong upwelling from his heart move to a casserole, add five slices This moments lonely; In of carrot, half an onion, twp sprigs With memory his eyes grew dlnv of parsley, 12 peppercorns, two cloves For then his own soul sang to him, The poet only. and two cupfuls of boiling water. Covoven But other mortals heard his tale er closely and cook in a moderate an hour and a quarter, basting every Of woodland path and verdant vale To heaven winging. 15 minutes. Remove the liver to a And men who scorned his song before one-hahot platter, reduce the liquid to Sought out the poet's open door To hear him singing. and strain over the meat Surround with canned or freshly cooked Thus came to him his mistress Fame, string beans well seasoned with but- Clad In her aureole of flame ter, pepper and a dash of vinegar and And smile supernal; No more a fleeting vision now. salt She placed upon the singer's brow The kiss eternal. And then the poet, fool and sage. Turned gently from his written page. 1911, Western Newspaper Union.) While bravos thundered. o And, when he saw the listening throng VI Of those who once had spurned his song. He greatly wondered. ON THE JOB lf And gems that glisten; He praised the brassy front of show, The ruby's fire and diamond's glow. Yet none would listen. He wove him many labored rimes t Of ended days and coming times, Of deeds that stirred him; He wrote of pomp and circumstance, The flap of flag, the light of lance, But no one heard him. POET human and A Of gorgeousof queens things, mighty kings, sa"ngr BUGGIES AND WAGONS. 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds Rid- at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Sit matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. (, on the open market. But there is nothing in this. The country loaned The discussion in the financial people of this journals of projects for restoring their money to their government patri-ti- c the value of Liberty bonds to in time of war, partly for Liberty Bonds at Par. that price Colun biaj A i)K)K Barber Shop fcg? 6c as x 111111 1 1111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '- 1 THE GIRL (Coyprlght.) O How to Succeed How to Get Ahead How to Make Good E E 1 par continues, and various suggestions are made to that end. The latest is that the Federal government take steps to call in all the issues of Liberty and Victory bonds, and issue bonds in lieu thereof, these bonds to bear no fixed rate of interest, but with the Secretary of the Treasury to possess power to pay such interest as may keep the bonds at par. semi-annual By JESSIE ROBERTS 1 f1111111111111111111111111 1111 E THE ROMANCE OF WORDS "POLTROON." '-AT 1 1 11 1 1111111 1111 liT TRADE SCHOOLS. be better and more LET your slogan for girls. "There are schools far more trade schools for young men than for young women, yet it is becoming almost as usual for the girls of the family to earn their living .as for the boys. Very few girls nowadays are satisfied with staying at home and going into society. They want to work at something; they want their independence. And they deserve training and proper opportunity. Many women in the smaller towns are eager for training that will fit them to earn a living, and they can not get it. This is all wrong, and It isjip to us to get our schools. One girl I know wanted a course In photog raphy, for which she had a strong leaning. She had to travel hundreds of miles and spend much money to get It She could afford to do so and , she has now a good business back In the town from which she started. What Is more, she Is conducting a class In her specialty. But she believes that it would pay her town to run a vocational school for girls that would teach photography as well as many other vocations. And she Is working for such a school. It Is a pity to force so many girls info the weary road of stenography simply because it Is so often Impossible to get the needed training In the hundreds of other vocations open to them. Xiet every town Insist on Its trade school. It will pay for Itself thousand times over. CppyrlgbU5 THE time of the drafts during the Civil war and the World war there were a few men who attempted to avoid compulsory military service by cutting off their trigger or first finger, arguing that this would prevent their being mustered Into the army. On no less an authority than Archbishop Trench, a deep student of English, we find that a similar practif was responsible for the Introduction into the language of the word "poltroon'- 'as a synonym for ar- motives and partly because they were told the investment was a safe one. And it has been proven safe. Of course the values of such securities risei and fall, but the outstanding fact is that prices of Liberty bonds have fallen, in this era of falling prices, less than have other securities. Louisville Post. No cry of MORAN LOWE Sanitary Shop, where, both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. il)K Used 'hard luck" can be rant coward. "In olden times," self-mutllatl- states the of archbishop; "a this description .was not infrequent on the part of "some cowardly shirking fellow who wished to jescape his share In the defense of his country. He would cut off his right thumb, become Incapable of drawing a ,bow and thus useless for the wars. It was not to be wondered at thatv Englishmen should have looked with, extreme disdain upon one who had so basely exempted himself from service nor that the Latin phrase 'polllce truncate' "one deprived of his thumb,' later shortened to the two-syllabl- The suggestion is without merit, and the whole agitation should be abandoned. It is true that Liberty" bonds are selling below par, but the decline in other securities. If a man had put his money into railroad or industrial stock, or into bonds at the time he bought Liberty bonds he would face a larger paperyloss than he does with the government issues. The whole security market is depressed; some day it will go up, and, when it goes up, Liberty bonds ,will go - to par and above. f 'poltroon," should afterward have become a name of scorn affixed to every base and cowardly evader of the duties and dangers xt life." (Copyright) We are told that the govern ment "owes" it to the men and women who bought Liberty bonds at Dr to see to it that went .out on the 280th mile of a broken thow bondi alwayi command cauM raised over the failure of Ralph De Palma to finish the ninth international sweepstakes run over the Indianapolis speedway on The popular Memorial Day. driver had a choice of making a pace at the average for the track so as to save his car and try for the $20,000 first prize, or, secure in the knowledge that he had the fastest car on the track, go after the $15,000 lap prizes. He decided upon the latter course, and sent his Goodyear equipped Ballot around the "brick oval at an unheard-o- f average speed of 93.66 miles per hour at the end of 225 miles. He earned $10,650 in lap prizes equivalent to second prize before his car be- . Money back without question if HUNT'S GUARANTEED DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt's Salve and Soap), fail in the treatment of Itch, Eczema, Rineworm,Tetter or other itch- ins skin disease, iry taio treatment at our risk. Paull Drufl Co. SKIN ; 40 CARDUJ Years The Woman's HENRY W. DEPP, :dkttist Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. Tonic I dk gt Sold Everywhere r. e Guaranteed Qfflce: next door to post office. All Work L. H. Office Veterinary Surgeeri and Dentist Jones s of a Special attention given Disease Domestic Animals at ReiiJence, 1 mile of town, ameetown road. pjr The easiest thing in this world to make is a promise, and it ia I often the barfcat to fulfill. - . -' t,' v Jr5"'- .v -- J .W. . . j?s , H, THE Ai)AIR COtttttY NEWS fldair Gbaivty Nevis ., - THE CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM. July. 5th to the lOih Inclusive. ' ' 'Afternoon Nipht Five 'Spring Maidens Spring Maidens Five 6 CHARLES 0. JESSEE, Lecture A Violin Orchestra "Democracy, Divine or Devilish" THE CROATIAN TAMBURICA The Croatian Tamburica Orchestra ORCHESTRA ABEL CANU, Lecture Mexicans "Mexico and the "FRIENDLY ENEMIES" JOSEPH DEVLIN, Lecture New York. Play and Cast "Erin, My Country" Mme. Ringsdorf and Company MME. LILLIAN RINGSDORF HON. HOMER B. HULBERT AND COMPANY "The Oriental Chessboard" PRINCESS TE ATA Princess Te Ata Company AND HER INDIAN FRIENDS DR C. C. MITCHELL, Lecture The Millionaire of Uz" THE KILTIES BAND The Band That Toured the Woria Published On Tuesdays Ir, At. Golaft6ia, Keivtncky. E.MURRELL," y MRS. DAISYIHAMLETT. Ecitok -- IMor A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the In terest of Jfrc city of ColmnbiaSand the People sf Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered at the Columba' man matter. . Post-offi- ce ,' as second t TDESD.-JTJSE.2L- 1021. SL50 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: In Kentucky '$2.00 Outside of Kentucky Subscriptions are due and Payable in AdAH vance. 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 for county offices, to be voted for at the coming November election! It ib hoped that Democrats throughout the county will attend the convention. . AS EDITOR THOMAS SEES IT will get 100 votes in Casey county idea by talking to candidates as and yet we do not know a single to how the canvass will end;that man or woman for him in the is who will be the winners. We county. We are not asking our have talked with most of" the asreaders to take our word for this; pirants, and each one claimed cratic, and also by the war mothers and doughboy organizations, Ambassabor Harvey has not been rebuked nor recalled for his Pilgram's Society Dinner speech. About as severe a criticism of that speech Mr. Harvey made himself the day following President Wilson's War message in 1917. Mr. Harvey sent President Wilson a telegram which read as follows: "A great message of patriotism, evidencing masterful leadership based upon mutual faith of the President in his country and of the country in its President. I was confident as one could be, but even so I was not prepared for so splendid a realization. For the nation it is glorious, for patriots-inspirinfor the President noble." g ask any reliable man or woman that he was certain to be nominated. Some have said "I have in the county." ' got the race won, but I will conThere is but little going on in tinue to fight until the polls close Congress, and what is in pro- the first Saturday in August." gress, broods no good to the While the candidates are enthucountry. siastic, jkhe voters are nor; giving All voters who are identified their jnouths, hence it is hard to with the Democratic party are tell who will pull under the string ' urged to be in ColumBia next first. Saturday. All the Democrats of Adair county, men and women, are urged to be in Columbia next Saturday. A conference will be Gilbert Decries Harding Tactics. Washington, June 13. In his first speech on the .floor of the House today, Representative Ralph Gilbert, Eighth Kentucky District, Democrat, attacked the Porter peace resolution' as a "legislative abortion to relieve the Republican Administration of its own folly." , 1 Referrringto President Harding's attitude said: 1 The Great Leap Scene ,rIN OLD KENTO'CKy" Two Shows, Saturday,, June 25th, Admission 25 and 50c, jj? I held, looking to the interest of the party. We have no vote in the con test for Circuit Judge in this- district, but hundreds of our: read-er- s are interested, and for their benefit we copy the following editorial from the last issue of The Casey County News: ''The office of Circuit Judge is 'one of the highest in importance to the people and the state and ihere is but few lawyers in this district who are legally qualified to fill the office. We believe and have heard many citizens of this county and other counties express themselves about fitness of Judge J. C. Carter, of for this office. We have tried him and he has made good and in this day and time ' when the wave of crime is sweeping over the world we need more than ever a capable and i competent man for the office of I Circuit Judge, therefore we wish to endorse the candidacy of Judge Carter. We do not take vthis stand merely from a politi cal standpoint, although Mr. Car ter is of the same party, but because we believe he is competent to fill the office and will give each and every one a fair and square deal. "The people should not con clude that any man can fill the office because he has a license to practice law, but he needs' more. While Judge Carter's candidacy comes from the people, that of his opponent from behind closed doors. While Mr. Lawrence has license to practice law and may v i be honest, but he is far from being qualified for Judge of the Circuit Court, as all who heard him when he made his announcement here a few days ago. Many, were disgusted with his speech and if he had any supporters before his speech he lost them during his attempted m Tomp-kinsvill- e. i The Reed oil Syndicate, of this place, was very much gratified last Friday morning when a message came announcing that the well they started two weeks ago, in Clinton county, just over the Russell line, what is known as the Creelsboro Field, had come in, and that there was evidence of an abundance of oil. It is hoped by Farmers complain of hard all Columbia that it will prove a times and ask "when will there be lasting and paying producer. a change for the better. In our Maj. J. M. Womack, an ex- - judgment until peace has been Confederate, who for years was declared, the ports opened, there prominent in the affairs of Louis- will be no better times. The ville, Secretary to Chas. D. present administration has been Jacob when the latter was May in power for about four months, or of the city, died at the age of and not a thing done to better 76 at the Deaconess Hospital last conditions. So the honest farTuesday. He was a native of mer will have to keep digging, New Orleans, and was in college get but little for his labor, and when the war between the continue to pay high taxes. It States broke out, and he left the is distressing that the country institution to enter the Confeder- will have to worry along for ate army. three and a half years before there is a change in the adminisThe Casey County News says tration, that the special reporter to the Columbia Republican did not tell Judge J. C. Carter, on his rethe people that the entire crowd turn from the Liberty Court, who heard the speaking at the dropped in the News office, opening of the Casey Circuit spending a few minutes. He court, was .for Judge Carter. stated that the canvass for CirThe same paper also says that cuit Judge in this district wasjon; Mrw Lawrence will not receive that he could not do his duty as 100 votes in Casey county, and a Judge, leave his courts and that he, the editor, does not, of make a canvass of. the five counhis personal knowledge, know a ties comprising the district; that vote m Casey county against business w&b on the dockets in Judge Carter. all the counties, and that it was ble Outside of a few men in this Judical district who have been prosecuted by Mr. Huddleston for their misdeeds, the five counties comprising the district will vote almost solidly for him. Mr. Huddleston is making no effort to carry Monroe county, where Mr. Smith resides, but he will get a respectable vote in that county. Adair, Casey, Cumberland and Russell will show their appreciation of Mr. Huddleston as State's Attorney, and will overwhelmingly nominate him. This statement is made on information gathered from voters in all the counties. onthe peace situation he 9 'I have known men able to escape taking any side, but he Is" the only man I have ever known with, such tianscendent ability as to be considered the champion of every aide. "It would be refreshing: to the entire country to be able to agree as to where he stands on some oneqnes. tion " The Congressional election la the Eighth Kentucky District last fall was fought out on a straight question on the peace resolution or the League of Nations, Mr. Gilbert asserted. "It is true thatPres!dent Harding received a large majority in the country at large," he said, "but he did so by using the same kind of tactics being played now and because he received the votes of those like Charles Evans Hughes, who believed ins election would be the surest way of entering the league, as well as of those like Senator Hiram Johnson of California, who believed his election would be the r surest way of staying out." Cane Valley. PiLRA.MOTJlSrT THEATER I 11 A. W W n all-around Made by the ManWho Invented the Phonograph v farmers are very busy harvesting wheat, plowing corn and setting tobacco. Our Mr. S. G. Banks is some bet- ter at this writing." Mrs. Fannie Pierce has been The New Diamond Amberola is made under the personal supervision of Mr. Thomas A. Edison, tiie man who invented the phonograph. Its music, quality, and perfection are what you would expect to find in an instrument bearing the signature of this great inventive genius. Before deciding on your phonograph come in and hear Mr. Edison's Amberola. Compare it by actual "talking machines," and test with any of the with ordinary phonographs selling at much higher prices. Ask about our offer Three Days of Good Music Free! Make us prove to you that the Amberola, made by the man who invented the phonograph, is the world's greatest phonograph value. Come in today write or phone if more convenient. so-call- ed i. quite sick the past week. Born, to the wife of C. F. Pax-to- n a fine girl. Charley contin-ue- s to smile. Miss Mary Atkinson has returned home from a visit to friends in Campbellsville. H. TAYLOR Columbia, Kentucky. ntilnuillil lllltln ' , All pawimq A horse belonging to Mr. T.F. Corbin was grasing in Mr. Harry Hutchison's yard a few days ago Se,e remainder of my Slippers. Men's and Boy's and become frightened and in Suits a Big Reduction. Nog is your chance to get a Bargain, some way killed little Tongo, a dog belonging to Miss Mary Reduction on Orchard Harrows, Rastus and Double Atkinson. Tongo was quite a Shovel Plows. pet among all who knew her. Closing Out. at -- b. 1 .'.-'W- e Notwithstanding he has been Mr. Oakland a very near and As the primary approaches the denounced by a large majority dear friend of Mr. D. O. Eubank -. ', canvass grows more warmer, It of the newspapers of the. United is also taking a continued treat- de not believe' Lawrence is impossible to form a correct State, Republican "and Demo-Aniefrom Dr. Callison, r,- -' tsum-mer-saultin- bandits are fixed for taking some warm drinks. Last Tuesday night within three miles of Covington, they seized a truck load of whis ky totalling 500 cases and valued at $45,000. At boot legging prices it will bring $100,000. The liquor was en route from Labot & Graham's distillery Frankfort to New York, the stealing of whisky has become too common. Tkee is a neggo in the wookpile. Sixteen armed his duty to conduct his courts, and that he intended to so do. He further stated that in going from county to county, conduct ing his courts, he would speak on the first day of each term. He was of the opinion that the voters of the district knew him and his record well enough to support him for and that he had no fears but he would carry eyery county in the Mr. Mark Wilson of this place has accepted a position with a firm in Monticello, and has en-- m: Kentucky. L. Cane Valley,SMITH -f- -l tered upon his duties with the firm. Mr. Wilson is a fine man rZEBUAUl,Zr,'lI and we are sure he will render his enployes vahiable service. Mrs. T. I. Smith Jr., is visit-in- g III MtWfc. Res. Phoe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST friends here this week. and Master Russell Stansberry; of Corbin, are visiting relatives and friends of this community. Miss Mr. B. H. Gilpin was here this week calling on our merchants.' Marger&t Southern Optical Company Incorporated OfficcjFront Rooms "Jewries BTdg. district. Spectacles and Eye Glasses Kryptok (btvisabh bifocal ltns) UP STAIRS. Artificial Eyes FOURTH end CHESTNUT, ' Ky. COLUMBIA, KY ' c g. v Louisville, ',--- -- nt f US THAT NEXT JOB! w '8hv'-- "M - 5 L, , THE .ADAIfi jPPPCTE NEWS Oil Prospector's Guide. oit: Ulf -- HMD GHS -- The Origin of Oil. Where it Originated, How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to Find It. By V. A. SMITH, Geologist, Locator of Healdtori, Oklahoma and Allen and Warren County, Kentucky Oil Flel(s. PRICE 1.00 Address Publishers. Geological Heasarch Association, ' Louisville National Bank Bide. P. O, Box 867, Louisville, Kentucky. ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. Edsel B. statement': Ford,-Preside- nt ' V. Jr 4ri-' . -- " y v . . " V -- of the Ford Motor Company, '"' ' ment now in progress all over the country is completed,' and Wood Oil Company, farm of the wheels of industry begin to Mr. E. J, Schabelitz, with headquarters at Burkesville, who Cummings Brothers; Day Oil turn in a normal way, the presfa?nv of Granville ent stocks of oij will diminish ds one of the Hvest operators in Company, the Cumberland river section, Williams'; Dr. E. E. Edwards very rapidly, and production was here a few days '.since, re and associates, 'Irvine, Ky., farm will not be adequate to supply turning from , Lexington, and of Walter Armstrong; Riddle & the demand. This cannot help Pittsburg, where he "'had been Company, Ohio, farm of Hadley but result in one thing, and that ' on a short business trip. Mr. heirs; Reed Oil Company, farm is there will surely be a rapid upward tendency in the prices Schabelitz is always'bn the "go," of Campbell 'Brothers; Old Oil Company Bir- of crude. Under normal condi-- . and he is very optomistic regarding the outlook for Cumberland mingham, Ala., farm of J. S. tions the United States has not county proving to Je a. great oil Williams; Wood Oil Company, been producing "enough oil to farm of John Oliver; Kentuckv supply domestic needs, to say ri ' section. Tf the Irvine,-who Coal & Minint? Company, Beaver, nothing of an ever increasing Al foreign demand, and we have g Pa., farm of Hiram Irvine. are drilling on tneValter former Bagdad been forced to look elsewhere, farm, Creelsbpro, fail to so, a rig of make a "strike it will not be Oil Corporation, now on the Hi particularly to Mexico, for rein keeping with.ihe.general.rule. ram Campbell farm, to be taken lief, but recent reports from, the applying to such Ideations. They over by other parties and moved latter country regarding the oil situation there state that the are about as close 'to a school-- , to .another location soon. house as it is safe to, drill, and it, Another fine well was drilled supply is rapidly being depleted nearly always follows that such in Friday morning on the farm by the great wells of that seclocations are productive of good of Charlie and John Campbell, tion either going dry or else are Creelsboro, by Mrr. 0. C. Fink,; being ruined by salt water. The Wells. r Operators andothers interest-- , drilling for a Columbia Syndi- statement comes from reliable oil business from dif- cate managed by Mr. Robert authority that in the forty square ed ferent sections, of- - Ohio, partic- - Reed, and composed of' a num- mile producing area of Mexico, or of the citi sixty-threularly Cincinriatrand Cleveland, ber a?" - and vicinity. one hundred and four wells have are showing a great deal of? in- zens trfither townterest at presentin the securing Pay" was struck at a depth of ceased to produce, and salt wat- of acreage in this territory. 355 feefc,4and an, unusually fine er is rapidly filling those now in Some are already drilling and grade of oil is" flowing from the operation. It is also stated that , others are ' makingpreparations well. No estimate can be plac-- not a new oil structure has been to beein onerations;" at an earlv ed upon its capacity, but that it discovered in Mexico since 1916. ' Vwill prove .a great producer. and the proven territory is in date. The new well is located three- - fact going into salt water. An- The last two wells completed quarters to a mile south of the other important factor in the in the Creelsboro field, Day Oil famous old Gabbert well, drilled Mexican situation is that British Company No. 2 on the Granville in the sixties, and mile owned companies, the largest Williams farm, and Riddle & Company No. 1 on the tarm of J from the three fine wells recent- producers and sellers, control ly brought it. on the Williams some of the best developed terriHadley heirs, have been flowing and Hadley farms. Location tory, and they are responding to for several days past, and they has been made on the same the Mexican political demands both give promise of being fine No. 2, which will to the detriment of Americans. producers. These wells are lo- farm for well be drilled without delay. Such conditions can not fail to cated on adjoining farms and helpful to, the oil business' in within a short distance of eachj Mr. VV. S. Raydue, Bowling be Green, Ohio, one of the large the United States, and better other. country, who prices will surely prevail' in this Among the prominent, oil men operators of the during the past week country, and at no distant date. registered here within the past was here on a tour of inspection of this few days are: territory, had the misfortune to Mr. Chas. J. Pogue, Birming- PERSONAL his left shouldec dislocated Ala., Vice President and et ham, -- t. . BV'E. T. KE&IPERT. 4 I. .. V fflFr WOTK " gives out the, followbg: ' . "Another reduction has been, made in the list price of. all types of Ford Cars and the Ford4 truck to talce effect immediately. The list prices f. o. b. Detroit, are now as follows: Touring Car Runabout x Coupe Sedan Chassis $415.00 370.00 695.00 760.00 345.00 495.00. Truck Chassis Tractor " English-A- 625.00 merican were made in anticipation of low material costs (which we are now getting the benefit of, and this tact together with increased manufacturing efficiency and the unprecedented demand for Ford cars particularly, during the past three months permitting maximum production, have made another price reduction possible immediately. fall "The big reductions last y U i Ky.,-'partie- s Arm-stron- "Ford business for April and May 1921 was greater by 56,633 cars and trucks than for the same two months in 1920; in. fact the, demand has been even greater than the supply, so that our output has been limited, not by unfilled orders but by manufacturing facilities. "During May we produceed 101,424 Ford cars and trucks for sale in the United States the biggest month in the history of our company now working on a 4t000 car dafy schedule for June. alone and our factories and assembly plants are v "'4 is still being sold at less than cost to produce account of the recent reduction, and it is impossible, therefore, to make any further cut in theprice of the tractorv big price "The Fordson tractor m nrires? r- - "Can you afford to go without a. car any longer when Ford cars abseiling at these new low There is no reason now wKv'voli'shobld delav nnrrKamo a Fr4 vui, JT-viiu . i. or . ...a Jr i v iviu liuu Fordson tractor. w. -J . , in-th- e - "We will gladly advise you concerning the delivery of of3ras e, two-third- s, type of car in which you are interested. a Fordson tractor or the particular Just jhone us or drop us a card. The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORA TED in COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. - k EAGLE"MIKADO" one-hal- f returned to his home in Ashland going to Cincinnati to spend a few days with his sister, Mrs. Earl Custer. Hia sister, Miss Georgia, accompanied him there to attend the Camp meetpa.i,--.Ti ing. ror oaie at your Uealer Made n fIve Rev. M. M Murrell, wife, and little ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND are visiting" daughter, Calhoun, Ky , EAGLE MIKADO in the county. Mrs Murrell was with EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK her parents, on Casey Creek, last week, and Rev. Murrell was here a few dajs They will probably be in the county Mr. Ralph Garnett, one of Adair Mr Harlan Shaw, who is emplojesii two weeks. county's best younK men. who is in at Evansvillg, Ind., is spending a lev' Mrs. Jo RosenHeld is spending a business at Sprigs West Virginia, is days with his family here week or two with her son, Jo Morris spending a week with his home people Mr R. H. Helm, of Marian county Rosenfield and wife and little grandand many friends was visiting relatives in tfhis count' daughter, Petersburg, Va From Miss Ruth Miller, who has been in the first of the week. there she will come to Columbia for oy a iaii at tJurKesvine. school at Versailles for several months rne ac- Mr. W.'R. Myers and wife; Mr. Her- the remainder of the summer. : ,j a ,. u a Miss Jennie Garnett left, on a visit' returned home last week-- . She is a for cident caused him to return man Barnett, wife and little daughLouisville and other points, JasS Judge J. C. Carter and Mr. A A Oil Company now operating in home much sooner than he had" ter, Nancy, returned Saturday night Huddleston were in Colombia last. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bryan Thursday morning the Creelsboro field. expected, but before leaving he1 from a 'visit to Glasgow. Glasgow Tuesday, en route to their respective Mrs. S. P. Miller was critically 511ft Mr. C. L. Bell, Lexington, Ky., was the town where Mr. Myers was Miss p. M. Reed left for Louisville regarding born and' reared and where he met homes from Liberty court Neither for several hours one d3y last.'fiSkf president and manager of the expressed himself gentlemen had any fears of the last Saturday at the noon hour, to She has recovered. of the consult a specialist. Her nephew.Mr. Day Oil Company, drilling at this territory to the effect that many of his old friends. On their re- result of the coming primary. Miss Thomasine Garnett 3pnt tiis? he noted some of the finest turn they stopped a few days at G. R Reed and wife.accompanied her. Creelsboro. and wife and Mr. latter part of last week with Mis structure in the country around Sonora where they visited Mr. Myers' Mr. Ben Swigget have been in Mr Lisle Baker, of Monticello, who Katie Murrell- Pierce Bryant, who Mr. L. W. Dale, Blackwell, Columbia, and that it ought to sister, Mrs. J. W. Pritchard. Mr. KomokoInd., for sixteen months, re- is traveling for Center College, spent Mj. Carson Faulkenburg, JamesJ Oklahoma, drilling in Bakerton-Brus- h Myers reports the crops all along the two days of last week at the home of be productive oil territory. Green river section.thia town, was here Friday and witnessed Creek field. roads fully up to the average and the turned to the county, last week. Mrs. Swigget is in his grandfather, Judge, H. C Baker. the game Mr. Henry L. Doherty, pres wheat about all cut. Mr. Jo Davidson, St. Mary's M rs. Owsley Ritch ey and little son . very Mr. Joe Sandusky and wife, ot Haip ident of the Cities Service ComDr. J. N. Page and Mrs. Page arrivBurkesville, visited at the home of Ohio, field manager for the J. E. rodsbur, visited relatives here-- 7as pany, New York, one of the lar- ed from Monticello last Wednesday Mr. Cortez Sanders, wife and little Mr. John Lee Walker, last week. Carnahan Oil Company, CreelsBreeding, Mr. A. W. week. gest oil producing companies in evening. They are- - here to remain son,' William Mr. Bruce Taylor, 'who visited his ' ' boro Tarter, wife and little daughter, Mrs. the world, in an open letter dur- until fall, and will do light housekeep- C. G. Jetfries, Charles and Bradley family here, returned last week to his Mr. Byron Montgomery was Messrs. W. S. andEdRaxdure, ing his family here a few days of. lasS the past w,eek makes the ing in the home of Miss Ellen Bur- Tarter went to Frankfort last Tuesday place of business,-- Bluefield, Ky. ton, on Pea Ridge. There is not a week. Bowling Green, Ohio, prominentMiss Alma McFarland, who grad statement that despite the pres- more familiar figure in all Columbia via High Bridge. Mr- - A. D. Paue3on spent the" oF ly identified with some of the ent depressed and demoralized than Dr. Page, nor a man who has jaiss Frances Strange left Friday uated from the Conservatory of Mu- the week with his family here. last big operations of the State. condition of the oil industry, more friend's, and it goes without say morning for Louisville where she will sic, Louisville, returned home, with Miss Leona Bryant, of Sellersbcjjrv Mr. D. T. Reasonover, Cov- which he believes is but a pass ing that he and his wife were given a enter the Conservatory of Music, to her mother, Monday night. Iud , is visiting in Columbia. Mr John Sanders, wife and chilremain six weeks. Her father, Mr. J ington, Ky., manager of the Al- ing phase in the history of this cordial greeting. Mr Albia Eubauk spent the first o accompanied-he- r to the dren, of Campbellsville, visited Mrs. the week in Lebanon. pha Drilling Company, drilling great industry, that'it will be Mr. Wm. Conover,"of Chillicothe, C Strange, Sander's mother, Mrs". W I Ingram, city. Miss Katie Murrell visited elatfclI&, foi athe Day Oil jQompany at 'succeeded by an era in which Texas, is spending the summer with Mrs. W. T. McFarlaDd left for a few days of last week. at Jamestown Monday, relatives in Columbia arid out in the ? Creelsboro. the great oil producing corpora- county Mr. Conover has been pros Louisville the latter part of last week, Mr J. S. Breeding and his niece, Mr, S. E. Bridgewater return? Mr. John C. Miller, Lexington, tions of the United States will pering in Texas for quite a number of her daughter, Miss Alma McFarland, Miss Lucy Pointer, returned from an home Saturday night-Mi- ss Ky., representing the Pure Oil see the greatest prosperity in years. He. is a brother of the late who has been in the Conservatory of extended visit to the Blue Grass secMary Miller was quite sicK'a few days last week. Music for nine months,is to finish this tion a few dais ago Company. John 23". Conover He is also a broththeir history. 0 Mr. E. W. Reed .spent last weefc ii Mr. Ray Flowers was very sick lait . Mr. Robert eonover, Mrs J. P: week, A visit to the Creelsboro .field The present unusually low er of C. Friday and it was eared that he wss Russell county. Mr J. F. Montgomery, Mr.L Dohoney and Miss Sallie Conover at present will convince anyone prices prevailing on the different Dr. W. J. Flowers, wife and cKlS5 Winfrey, Mr. W. A. Coffey, Mr. Gor- threatened with typhoid fever. Two Prof. E. A Strange, John- Kelsey, dren returned Monday from a visit to that it is aBt becoming a 'real grades of crude oil are attribut Melvin Blair, Charles Kelsey and Ed don Montgomery, and J. R. Garnett, doctors were called oil field. With a number of rigs ed by some to be caused "entirely Lee Grider left here last Thursday of the Columbia bar, are attending '.Mr Edward Hamlett, on his return H'opkinsville. Mrs. C SL Harris and dauglite2& pounding away, pumps running by what is termed overproduc- The former went to Crab Orchard, to the Russell circuit court from Frankfort, was accompanied by Misses Lizzie, Mary, Margaret?,. and a refinery in operation, it tion, or, to be m'ore explicit, the sign an agreement to teach at that Prof. A. P. Pxather and wife left Mr. H. R. Vanzanr, who spent Sunson's, Fred and Hugh, eff West Point, Miss.r arrived Monday aftgives the visitor the impression 1 demand is not in keeping with place, the other four" wefat to Camp Thursday morning to spend the sum- day with him. seeking. work. :. weeks, wiffc Misses Allene Montgomery and Car ernoon, to spend mer at Millersburg. The, former, will that "something is going on" Droduclion. On the face of it Knox, relatives and'- - friends, t Every 'beefy a t has been pro'pably-take a course, of "five weeks rie Grissom left a few days ago, .on a abobt Mr. . Arthur, 1.,,M Tha fnllntrririfr nnoratfnna rVns is a TjlailsibleeXCUSe. butColumbia.will.meet'fcfi8mtva whenever the business ?VeadjUstv- visiting.his" moibsr forajveek, has Ibefdfe returning home. in'fulVswing in the neld: t visit ta Mrs. A. Lt. Mell, Bardstowm a.gted ttanc , - 'P PencaNo.l74j 4 ii r" poor.-health- wi -- f - "93y-ginia,an- d . av-fe- - - - -- are - Jv . .4 L . i2 ' Ui 6 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Announcements. FOR COUKTY ATTORNEY. It will be found profitable, from : f i . We are authorized to announce Junius Hancock a candidate for Gounty We are authorizsd to announce that Attorney of Adair County, subject to XC. Carter, of Monroel county, is a the action of the Republican party, to to the office be expressed at the August primary to amdidate for FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE of Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th be held August 6th. the standpoint of weed preven tion alone to keep some sheep. These animalsare useful in the, advantage of being profitable in other ways. Floods and Disasters. Corinne Griffith The Louisville Judicial iistriot of Kentucky, subject fio the Republican primary, to be held tihe first Saturdaylin August, 1921. COURIER JOURNAL 7he Great Paper of the Southland The Courier Journal is ably edited; ic is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journa- l surpasses 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. The loss" of five hundred lives ATTORNEY FOR COMMONTTEALTnJS the Republican primary, to be held and the destruction of ten milthe first Saturday in August. lion dollars worth of property in We are authorized to announce that Colorado by floods the past week Ji.7 A Huddleston, of Cumberland FOR TAX COMMISSIONER recall former disasters which County, is a candidate for We are authorized to announce Rol-li- n to the office of Commonwealth's Atshocked the world in the numB. Patton a candidate for Tax torney in this the 29th Judicial disber of lives lost. The Johnstrict, subject to the action of the Re Commissioner of Adair county, sub Republican publican primury to be held the first ject to the action of the August pri- town flood in Pennsylvania cost party, expressed at thd 1921. Saturday in August, about 2,500 lives in 1889. Galmary veston lost 3.000 citizens and FOR MAGISTRATE For Sheriff. suffered damage of $20,000,000 I by a hurricane and tidal flood in We are authorized to .announce that We are authorized to announce that for B. O. Hurt is a candidate for Magis 1900. The Iroquois Theatre fire W. B. Patteson is a candidate Sheriff of Adair county, subject to trate in District No. 2, composed of at Chicago in 1903 cost 575 lives. As an actress Corinne Griffith has tiie action of the Republican party, Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and Fourteen hundred persons lost reached the pinnacle. She is known August primary. sxprossed at the Ozark voting precincts, subject to the for her unusual facial expressions and action of the Republicaan primary, their lives in the burning of the dramatic skill and as a "movie" star We are authorized to announce that August 6 East River, New York, in 1904 she is a strong favorite. Miss Griffith is often referred to as "the best Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff Three hundred and fifty million dressed woman on the screen." Adair county, subjact to the action of O of the Republican party, expressed at Work Required to Rid Farm of dollars damage was done and the August primary. 452 lives lost in the San FrancisWeeds, "What's in a Name?" The co earthquake of 1906. By MILDRED MARSHALL We are authorized to announce J. cut to weed sinking of the Titanic on her candiThere is no short M. Wolford, of Casey Creek, a Facts about your name; Itshlitory; meaning; whence It was derived; ilgnificance; n in 1912 for sheriff of Adajr county, sub- prevention or extermination,both maiden trip in date your lucky day and lucky jewel. ject to the action of the Republican hard work and system being re- cost 1.51T lives. In 1914 the ' sarty. Jfll? SOPHIA. according to E. C. Empress of Ireland sank in the quired, "iVJ Vaughn, a member of the Bot St. Lawrence river and carried wisest of feminine names is We are authorized to announce that Sophy, or Sophia, as she should any Department of the Kentucky with- her to watery grave 1,024 G. Go wen, of Sparksville precinct, is a be called properly. It is perhaps the aandidate for Sheriff of Adair county, Argricultural Experiment Sta men, women and children. In only name which is closely associated 3Ubject to the action of the Republithe torpedoing of the Lusitania with Divine attributes, since its origin can primary, to be held Saturday, tion. who has estimated that dates back to the dedication of that August. there are more than 125 varie- by the Germans in 1915, among most gorgeous of Christian temples by which Justinian declared ties of weeds in Kentucky which the 1,198 who drowned were surpassed Solomon. It that he had was called For County Judge American women and St. Sophia (the holy wisdom of God). should be destroyed. An oc- many According to the "Preacher" the casional crusade Will give only children and when, in the same Book of Eccleslasticus, Wisdom in the is We are authorized to announce Geo. systema- year, the steamer Eastland over- mother of fair Love, Hope and holy Herriford a candidate for Judge of temporary relief but a Fear, and this idea is said to have thb Adair County Court, subject to tic campaign lasting through turned at her pier in Chicago suggested the allegory of the hofy the action of the Republican primary every month and every year will 812 were drowned woman with three daughters so called, to be help the first Saturday in Auand In compliment to the newly built succeed with less expense in the These disasters, serious as church, the niece of Justinian's emgust. long run. they were, were comparatively press, afterward wife of his nephew and successor, was called Sophia. The We are authorized to announce that Bearing in mind the fact that trifling beside the eruption of name straightway became' fashionable Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for to the office of County prevention is better than cure, Mt. Pelee in 1902, in which 30, among the daughters of the nobility of Greece and was carried, through Xndge of Adair county, subject to the Republican primary to the farmer should be very care-t- 000 persons were killed; the Slavonians, to Germany. action of the History records a Hungarian printie held the first Saturday in August. in the purchase of seeds and earthquake in Sicily and Cala- cess of that name In 919, and an3 other, daughter of King Geysa, marshould make an earnest attempt bria, Italy, in 1908,' when ried Magnus of Saxony and spread the announce We are authorized to persons lost their lives, and use of the name throughout Saxony. to get tho3e that are free from B. Hurt a candidate for Judge noxious weed seeds, even though the earthquakes in Central Italy Denmark is said to have received it "Df the Adair County Court, subject to through this latter princess and has 1915, when 29,978 men, wo- since made it almost a national name. the Republican primary, to be held the cost may be much greater. in Its with the royalty In case of doubt as to purity men and children, were unac- markvogue unmistakable and of DenAugust 6 is its use samples should be sent to the Ex. counted for when the searchers spread through all classes. England barely escaped having a for County court clerk. periment Station for analysis, and rescuers had finished their Queen Sophia and even though Sophia Dorothea of Yette "never actually asand judgment should be based, work. We are authorized to announce Mr. cended the throne of England, her Bingham Moore a candidate"for Coun- not on the per cent of pure seeds granddaughters gave it vogue in the Good Tires. ty: Court Clerk of Adair County, t but on the per cent and charact British isles in the reign of the House of Hanover. to the action of the Republican England claimed both Sophia and party, as expressed at the primary, er of weed seeds contained in the Jean Chassagne, driver of one Sophy. France makes her Sophie; first Saturday in August. sample. Italy Sofia, Germany Sophia and of the two Peugeot entries Fieka, and Russia Sofija. Care should be taken to preWe are authorized to announce Mr Sophia has an old talismanic stone France in the Indiavent the introduction of objecNeat a candidate for malachite. It protects its wearer from napolis race on Memorial Day, danger, if it Is engraved with an imto Connty Court Clerk of Adair Coun- tionable seeds by threshing mawas the unlucky man who was age of the sun. It is particularly ty, subject to the action of the Rechines, clover hullers, used grain ward publican party, as expressed at the by a jinx, being elimi- potent for children and is said to slumoff disease- and promote peaceful screenings. All im- followed bags and primary, firat Saturday in August. nated from the running 'by one ber if attached to a child's cradle. plements and machinery that Saturday Is Sophia's lucky day and 5 most peculiar accidents her lucky number. announce that could possibly carry seeds should of the We are authorized to (Copyright.) Miss Christine Nell, of Grady ville, is be carefully cleansed before ever recorded. 0 On the I50th mile, terrific & candidate for County Court Clerk of moved from one farm to another. The New Standard. The Customer You sell by. the Adair county; sublect to the action,of Screenings containing weed seeds wind pressure tore the cars hood square inch, do you not? furs party, expressed at the Republican To run The Furrier Not any more. You're should be boiled if used for feed from its fastenings. the August primary. thinking of the that way is a violation of the them now by the hair. scale. We sell or burned if useless. We are auttiorized to announce that rules, so Chassagne was notified O Weeds should not be allowed Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, Is he would have to replace that a.candidate for the office of County to ripen on the farm. Some, the hood or get out. The nervy Court Clerk of Adair county, subject such as 'amaranth, have inconFrenchman set out at touring to the action of the Republican spicuous flowers and produce speed to find the missing part. be held the first Saturday in seeds before their presence is August. He and his mechadic scanned suspected. For this season weeds the grassy infield for a complete should be cut as soon as possible FOR JAILER. circuit but no hood was to be after their appearance. found. A second circuit was We are authorized to announce weeds may be crowded made with freuuent stops so that Some 3"rank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice thickly the grass might be searched precinct, a candidate for Jailer of out by Adair county, subject to the action of seeded crops especially if the soil but the hood had vanished into the Republican primary, to be held in is kept in good condition. Most thin air. August. of them may be held in check by With a smile of resignation, the a good rotation including one man who had traveled all the FOE CIRCUIT COURT, CLERK. closely cultivated crop every way from Franceto race, shrugWe are authorized to announce M three or four years. ged his shoulders in true Gallic G? Winfrey a candidate for Land should not be permitted nonchalance and drove a hood-letojtha office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of to be idle, but some useful crop but sweetly" running car to 4be Republican primary to be held when-eve- n should be kept growing the pits; utterly out of the runthe first Saturday in August, 1921. possible. The task is not ning. ended with harvest, for some We are authorized to announce W. People often make light of T Price a candidate for Circuit weeds mature later in the fall CourtjClerk of Adair county, subject and the seeds scattered about in "star gazers," but ifit wefe nob to the action of the Republican party, ways, produce weeds the for some of them we wouldn't expressed at the primary the first various know about astronomy. Saturday la August. next spring. mid-ocea- We are authorized to announce A. Coffey a candidate for to the office of County Attorney of Adair county, subject to tne action of W - No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without By special arrangements we are now able to offer It The Daily Courier-Jouru- al t AND TBE Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only 6.00 Outside the city limit3 of Columbia - T 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. If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. sub- r4 ul 76,-48- Lu-cia- n HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute sub-ec- Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE Si-'- C.' W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. 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SPSS! nroas: BIEND c DOMEsnca1' SU it is said at the rate of War Mothers Denounce 'Harvey. about $10,000,000 interest. Senator McKellar read into The world's debt to ibe U S. Prompt payment of interest is estimated by Secretary of would give theU. S. Government the Record the following protest daily and citizen approximately $1, Treasury Mellon a follows: Approximately $10,000,000 ad 000,000,000 a year or an amount vanced as war loans; this is due equal to one quarte'r of the total thelJ. S., chiefly advanced as' estimated expenditures of the Government for three years. war loans. Gold within the boundaries of Three billion dollars due to the the United States is said to total American investors in Bonds of $3,001,000,000. foreign Governments and in stock of foreign corporations- Nobody likes to listen to a tale ess it is his- own. This amount .is increasing of --- Our Nation's Weglih. Cam woe-unl. R. J. REYNOLDS Tcbacco Co. Winston-SaleN. C. from American War Mothers: "Whereas the Senate of the United States of America, on April 2, 1917, declared that we were in a state war; "Whereas we belived that it was through no fear of loss, no greed for gain, but for" a great idea, for the Saving of the nations and the freedom of the world, that we submitted to the cause she knows every require- The Prtfraier. sacrifice of our sons and coun- ment for a perfect type. trymen: Some months ago upon her reHow often mistakes appeari's "Therefore we, the Pennsyl- turn from school she startled the print it is hard to say. It is convania State Chapter of the Nat- community by announcing that ceded, however, that mistakes ional American War Mothers, as- she was going into the Poland are easily made and are frequent sembled in convention in Phila China business. Hardly had the ly overlooked. The editor of--a delphia, declare we have read shock of this announcement sub certain religious paper, after exwith the .utmost abhorrence the dued when she began to buy plaining a typographical error words reported to have been good stock at public and private which appeared in a preceding spoken by George Harvey, am- sales. Her father's- - farm is a issue, remarks: "However; model and her work has develop- there is some consolation in bassador to England. Those the words are an insult to every- ed it into one of the big show thought that it might have been thing the women of America places of the Southwest. worse. 'No cross, no crown hold dear. "I will build up a herd second was once converted by an in""They defame every man and to none" said Miss Braughton. telligent compositor to 'No caws, woman who made sacrifices dur-in- "I will have nothing but the no cream." the war in the hope of has- best, I selected Poland China A poet's fine fancy, "He kissed Hogs because of the big rewards her under the stellar tening the poming of peace and skies." apoffered. I will have the best of peared in a certain paper: "He all it implies. "Our beloved .sons soldiers, my stock on exhibit at all the kicked her under the cellar sailors and marines fought, suf- nearby fairs this fall." stair' Miss Braughton is not alone Yes indeed a 'slight mistake fered, and died believing they were crusaders in a great cause. among women who have entered might have been worse. OverThe words of Mr. Harvey lead the Poland China field. Mrs. look ours, please. us to believe that they fought in Majorie Johnson, of Muncie, has First Girl Ever Photographed, added Poland China to her bier vain. ""Our dead soldiers can not re- stock farm and will be a conWhile France claims to have pudiate this insult; it remains tender in the Tndiana Fair this for the mothers whose sons made fall. Nettie E. Andrews Modes- invented photography through to, California, has entered her the genius of Dagueree, the the sacrifice to do so. painter, America is proud of the "Therefore we, the mothers herd in the big California Futurfact that it was one of her sons of sons who were in the army ity show against fifty other enwho photoghaphed the first f and'navy, ask the President of tries. Mrs. W. F. Selby, years of patient labor Illinois, is a contender the United States to repudiate with nearly 100 breeders for Dagueree succeeded in taking tnis insult to the country and to sunlight pictures of scenery on a remove the stain which fhe first honors in that state and plate. words of Mr. Harvey have plac- Elizabeth J. Crase, of Brooking, sensitive inis was in iszir, ana a year ed upon the honored dead of the aoutn uasoia, wno nas won many prizes, will be one of the later Prof. John W. Draper of World War, who died for the ideals of the United States of most formidable contenders at New York took a photoghaph tit the state fair this year. of his sister the first perAmerica." son to have her likeness reproAnother protest from the According to the records of d the Poland China Breed Promo duced on a prepared women is as follows: tion Committee.nearly 1,000 girls with the help of the sun's rays. e The Women's in the countcy are contesting It took an hour to take the Council, 'composed of Republican in pig clubs this year and reports photograph, and the picture may women, at a meeting on May 25, from county agricultural socie- still be seen, directed that ties sho that more that 5,000 Old Word Dismissed. "A solemn protest against girls are members of pig and calf such statements and such policies clubs of all breeds. "In the future we will have no contained in Ambassador HarIf you are septic about wheth vey's speech be sent immediatesuch thing as war. er a woman can raise stock, conly to the President and the Sec"No," agreed the grim scientsult the prize awards made this retary of State, as a gross misist. "If my present experiments fall and be convinced. representation of America's war in lethal devices meet my hopes, t aims and ideals, and a betrayal we'll have something very much BanKers Indorse Sapiro. of millions of American voters worse. for whom the League of NaGroup four of the Kentucky A lengthy cablegram to the tions . . . was the great issue of Bankers' Association, in session the campaign, and who voted last week at Elizabeth town, in Chicago Tribune describes be subfor Mr. Harding in the belief dorsed "by a unanimous vote the use that is made of oil as a stitute for coal during the coal that his election would assure marketing system strike in England, the writer such. a league." for burley tobacco, and pledged venturing the prediction that oil "its hearty support and assist- will break the coal strike. Many The Poland China Queen of The ance'," in carrying the plan to of the trains are now using oii. Ozarhs. growers. and oil is being introduced va This action was taken after an the factories in such a faslaon Can a woman raise prize pigs? address by Aaron Sapiro before as to make some believe? that A visit to the stock farm of the meeting of more than 300 there will be considerably less Miss Frances Braughton near bankers and growers from the demand' for coal after the minCuba, Mo., will answer this Fourth Congressional District. ers go back to work. The min" question to the satisfaction of The men and women in the audi ers' strike was most unwise- the most expert live stockman in ence heard the California expert from what point it is exthe country. Down there in with interest, evidenced by fre amined. The miners are almost that Ozark country where pis quent applause. The resolutions certain to lose and the whole coal and mules have been produced adopted are as follows: industry stands to loss. Of by the thousands, the mere men "Be it resolved by the Fourth course the use of oil will send o3 engaged in the business know Group of the Kentucky Bankers' prices up, and, in the long nra, that a woman can raise stock Association, that, as it is the British coal will come into its and just now there is many a opinion of this group that the coown again, but probably at sab worry lest, this strip of a girl operative plan of marketing Bur-le- y stantially lower prices. carry away all the blue ribbons tobacco, as outlined by Mr. "Janitor Made Rich" says a and prize money at the county, Sapiro, is feasible and well most of, us and state fairs in that section. adapte4 to the needs of Kentuc- headline, a fact that Miss Braughton possesses un- ky and adjacent States, this thonght was. generally under c usual accomplishments. She is group hereby indorses the plan stood. highly educated and rather of and 'pledges its hearty support A British observer says olnr the drawing-rootype. But and assistance in presenting it to telephone service is the best-Ar-e she knows and loves a good tobacco growers of Kentucky." you not sorry for the hog. Her judgment is unfailing, The resolutions declare that courage without limit and the association will be of great her The man who keeps his- opinwhen she bids on an animal at a benefit to the growers, whose inions to himself never has them sale, the men know that she will terest are our bwn." disputed by less intelligent peo go the limit, Many sales in that A number of representatives section of the country have had from the banks of this county pie. . 'added interest this spring by her were present at the meeting; When a fellow telfcr a- - lie he strong , bidding. She is not a generally has to tell another, bargain hunter, but yovfcah't .That which is forbidden is of- to tone down the effect sell her- apig ander grade,,be- - ten the first ,'done. .' one..; , cr Ma-quo- n, ace-Aft- er S back-groun- Pro-Leagu- no-matte- r m - .. - ; ..., .-: o. U. ,.. r. ,Jw9Jfc.v. -- 'Y ""' i'MHIEilHtttofidflHH TtfiiiiffriBiilBBBBMiiM'""- 5?jFas-cj- 2 r " ' ' -- Cy, '8 pWC ...-a- .. ADAIR " "COftNTY t ?; 4 & ' J ' t 't NEWS. t t - -l - . l" ,. ,,. 't IJ ST r - i , l - - THE CELEBRATED KILTIES BAND. AN ANXIOUS MOMENT IN THE PLAY, "FRIENDLY ENEMIES."- r The famous Kilties Band which is constantly, playing many notable to our Chautauqua, is the lOeganlzed in Belleville, Canada, in jlMO, this Band has toured almost ereatest Scottish Band in the world. receipts for one day were over gagemenls and breaking records for $4,000.00. Besides being in the front rank as At the Crystal Palace, , admissions. London, the attendance was 170,000.1 a concert band, the Kilties have spec- At Madison Square, New York, the ' features in their concerts, Their programs include Scotch dances, with bag pipes, and the old time Scotch songs. They appear in full kilted regimentals and make a striikng largest cities. Patrons of our Chau-tauqua will now have an opportunity to see this great play presented by a company of New York players. 1 . THE GREAT CLIMAX SCENE FROM THE FAMOUS PLAY, "FRIENDLY ENEMIES.' 7". HOMER B. HULBURT. "Friendly Enemies" has been the big dramatic success of the last few years. It played for two years on Broadway. It has toured only the INDIAN SONGS, LEGENDS AND DANCES. commands the attention of the world years he was today. For twenty-twadviser to the Emperor of Korea on etate and diplomatic matters, being recommended to that place by our own State Department. His lecture at our Chautauqua will be a clear, forceful discussion of the tremendously important and interesting situation In the Far East. The subject of his lecture is "The JQriental Chessboard." fe- o Far East Question, that so thoroughly Dr. Hulburt is an authority on the Princess Te Ata and her company, oremqst artists of the Indian Race, Ives a program at our Chautauqua if Indian songs, dances, legends and " isional dramas. These talented artists were select-- j & 11 . ; by Thunow Lfturance, one of the foremost authorities on Indian music, to present this unique and artistic program All are, college graduates. Their costum63 are gorgeous and very costly. jafadfcaj . s j There has been no "patriotic play quite so successful as "Friendly Enemies." Its message is true Americanism, convincing and persuasive. It is a play that everybody 3hould hear. In the above scene through the love t for his son, aided by the sympathetic understanding of his wife, and the constant pleadings of his friend, Henry Block, Karl Pfeiffer, himself, sees the great patriotic truth of Americanism. life-long. seeing the play. President Wilson arose in his box and said: "I hope that the spirit of this delightful play will soon grip the nation." It is gratifying to know that the play has been secured for our Chautauqua. After AN EXCITING COMEDY SCENE FROM THE PLAY, "FRD3NDLY ENEMIES." THE BAND THAT TOURED THE WORLD. PRINCESS TE ATA. da, May 24, 1908, they traveled two and three months, visiting the most remarkable world tour ever twenty countries and covering 86,000. accomplished by any musical organ! miles. The Royalty of the world has heard zatlon. Starting at Belleville, Cana :erts at our Chautauqua, has made years The Kilties Band, giving two con " and honored the Kilties. They have played at the Crystal Palace, London; at the World's Fair at St. Louis; the Panama Exposition; Madison Square, N. Y. and Coliseum, Chicago. ajwnwi potj irresistible comedy, as years on Broadway. It came to Kan-- , funny as a play can be, and the finest sas City last year for the second time sentiments of patriotism combine to and played two we'ek3 to packed! make "Friendly Enemies" a play one houses. It i3 coming to our Chautau i: cannot atford to miss. . It played two , qua. Quaint, COMES FROM MEXICO. i DOWANWIN, SIOUX CON-TRALTO. AN ELOQUENT SPEAKER. A VIOLIN QUINTET. ttir.rrL .rrHeszteii&irxL-,-,!,- . .' 3 gends at our Chautauqua. Princess Te Ata is an exceptional dramRtio rp.a.fcr and intp.rnreter of khe dances of the Red Man. Dowan win is the greatest Indian contralto. These talented artists were select ed by Thurlow Lieurance, one of the foremost authorities on Indian music to present this unique and artistic program of Indian songs, lullabies, legends and dances. A part of their program will be of standard art songs. All are college graduates and Their costumes are gorgeous Very expensive. Princess Te Ata and her Companj will give Indian songs, dances and le- BPPP PpKJPPPPPPjPPJPyalsJKvcP AN IRISH ORATOR. -- Abel Cantu lectures at our Chau tauqua on "Mexico and the Mexi cans," ' A NOTED SOPRANO. The Five Spring Maidens are a. Sisters, all musicians since early Dr. Charles C. Jessee, who lec- splendid string orchestra, with num-- ' childhood. The program abounds in "Hanging tures at our Chautauqua on "Demo- erous special features of singing, beautiful music They, are theat. our meaning Dowanwhv and costuming. Three of ling, day's musical attraction Flower," who sings with the Prin- cracy, Divine and Devilish," comes company are the versatile Luce Chautauqua. cess Te Ata Company at our Chau- heralded as one of the most eloquent the tauqua, is the greatest contralto of speakers of the platform. EUROPEAN NOVELTY MUSICIANS. i her race. sjT. ., 1 A PD?E MAJOR. open-readinJ -.- 2 C. C. MITCHELL. ft r Josenh Devlin is a native, of Ire land, and haa written many fascinat ing tales of Irish life, many of wnicn feave a prominent place In the litera ture of this country,. He is a world traveler. His lectures cover a vast Mi aseful field of information, and m & I M tyrr tfc uct mLI.V ltt at our ClwNatM, tI ? -,- k tifnvetes who Madame Lillian BJagsdorf, time at our Chautauqua, haa a bMVr aad- - okaming xmiumt. From the romatic little country of Croatia comes to us on the second day of our Chautauqua a most un usual and attractive musical organisation. The Croatian Tamburka OrBag pipes, Scotch Bongs and dances chestra. They appear la the axe special features of the famous of their aative laa4, slogius "The Milltanaire of Uz" lathe 'Kilties' coftcerts at bur ChauUutu. aai yfeytes thair atarle e1ra-of Br. Mitchell's lcturr at ow ChauU Muft. ooe-twa-es -- mk, ordinary in its sweetness and lng power. They use various slze3 of the Tamhurlca, the native instrument of their people for generations. They 93dt play and sin? many atandara suahars of our country as wU M ov yayular uwiors. ' thrill-- l ; - V $f WBHH & f'S ii V "1 Vi M