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I aWjiM- - V" A&atr Cnmttu m - . .,- -- - 0 NUMBER YOLUME XXIV COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, TUESESDAY JUNE. 28, 1921. 36 u w,r This is the last week before the Jaskson every day in the week, full of Report of the Democratic MeeChautauqua open3, and cur people love for the great institution he repting. are urged to buy season tickets. It resents 0 JAMESTOWN is the season tickets that help pay the Adjournment followed this speech, auempt to so do, basing our opinion Gen. Jas. Garnett and Grand Sec The Democratic Convention met in expenses of the entertainment. It and every body repaired for their reupon the statements of reliable men Ky., June 25, 1921. retary Dave JacKson Princiwill be worth seeing, and paying at praising Tampico Columbia, spective homes, Candidates for Circuit Judge and of Ilussell county. More than a dozen A motion was put before the house the door does not help those who have Lodge and the good people of Cane pal Speakers. different men informed us that the and carried that the chairman select a guaranteed 81150. Buy season tickets. for Commonwealth's AttorValley. vote would be overwhelmingly for a committee of five, whose duty it ney" Present their Themusic for the occasion was deMy Short Horn bull is making the Judge Carter. One man who lives id OPENING ADDRESS, MR. H. LAWRENCE. shall be to select candidates for office lightfully rendered by the local brass season at my farm, Miami, Ky. Fee fthe Lula precinct stated that Mr. Claims. and the number of candidates shall be Lawrence would get some votes in Early last Friday morning Masons brand. limited to three besides the represen- 81 00 at the gate. W. M. Ingram. precinct, and that he also had from all over Adair county and hunA LARGE HEARD BY AUDIENCE. that tative. The following compose the Paid List. man dreds of men, women and children some strength at Rowena. One committe, Mont Cravens, T. E JeffMr. James McFariand, nineteen county said commenced arriving at Cane Valley Monday week, July 20th, was who had been over the Last The following are new paid subscrib- ries, Joe Rosenbaum, Albert Johnson, years old, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mort. would carry it Ave to for a day's outing and celebrate St. the opening of the June term of the Judge Carter McFariand, Rowena, died a few days ers and renewals since our issue of last and J. E. Murrell. one, and that Huddleston's majority Johns Day, a day that is generally This committee shall meet and re- ago, a victim of typhoid fever. A .Russell circuit court, an unusually Tuesday. five hundred. observed by the Masonic Fraternity large crowd being in attendance. would not be less than The Architectural Record, Central port July 2nd., 1921. brother of the deceased, who resides Mr. Silas Sullivan, who is a candidate thtoughout the whole country. By Estelle Willis, The great mass of people were drawn in Indiana, was notified of the serious Press, Geo. A. Atkins," Iva Lee Hill, speak, but ten o'clock the Main street, the side Sec. of Dem Com. to Jamestown more to hear the can- for the same office did not AlRalph Garnett, Ernest Workman, illness of his kinsman, but his brother had quite a streets and groves were crowded with didates speak perhaps, than business we were told that he had been buried when he reached the bert Bryant, Rev. M. M. Murrell, Have You a Car? number of iollowersin the county. humanity, and it was very evident they had in court. old home, ne was here last Tuesday Bramlette Butler, S. W. Beck, R. H. Monday in' July the peo- tnat the greatest event ever pulled We do expert starter, generator, night, returning to Indiana. The writer has been attending the On the first Helm, G. A Bault, Miss S. R Mar- ple of Adair county will be given an off in Cane Valley was at hand Russell circuit courts for a number of cum, J R. Stone, D. C. Hopper, W J. Motor, Battery repairing and rechargopportunity to hear them. Come in 25 bushels July seed Potatoes far The fraternity met in the hall and Blankenship, W G Shepherd, B. years, but upon this opening there welding F. ing, Reboring, and judge for yourselves as to who at 10 o'clock an organization was persale by Nell & Cheatham. were more people in Jamestown than Leach, J. R Luttrell, W V. Cravens, and Brazing, anything you car needs will be the winners. fected and a march to the cemetery he had ever before witnessed on simn. C. Lucas, Eddie Loy, Dr. W. G. DI done. Agents for the Famous GenerThe Bracelet Watch Contest which was made where flowers were placed ilar occasions. The court auditorium Flanagan, W. S. Knight, Vernon al Electric ''Titan" Storage battery was presented by the Paramount COUNTY. upon the graves of masons who had f of TO THE PEOPLE OF KUSSELL was inadequate to hold Holt, M. M. Blankenship, L. O. Mc- guaranteed 18 months f Theater closed last Saturday night. Approgone to that lodge on high All work guaranteed prices right Miss Vera Tav'o- - seems to be the crowd, and the speaking was in the Fariand, T. F. Lapsley, J. L. Miller, thesgrove on the court-hous- e plot of It had been more than a year since priate and touching remarks were Loren Phelps, E. A. Dunbar,, ,J. F. Bring your car to the Page garage to most popular young lady in Columbia. the Editor of the News visited James- made by several of the brethron while your work done. fctnd Dunbar, Finis Blakey, W. T. Selby, have She won the Contest receiving town and mingled on a public day the flowers were being placed. Respt It is not our intention to undertake with the good people of Russell coun- The fraternity then marched to the Lilburn Phelp3, J. P. Gaskin, 0. D. votes. Myers & Flowers. t to quote the speakers, as their adSmith, O. C. Fink, Mrs E. K Sparks, ty, but the warm greetings, the grove where about one thousand peoHughe3 & McCarty offers some valdresses were made along the same S. Helm, John Sneed. Public Sale. friendly band shake and the kindly ple had assembled, and where the ad- J uable land for sale in today's paper. lines brought out at their meeting at expressions of welcome, making him dresses were to be delivered. Read their ad For Sale. Liberty. It is our intention to give a July 2nd, 1921, at 1 o'clock p. m. ac feel at home among no better Gen. Jas. Garnett was the first fair and correct statement of the sit For the benefit of an inquirring Russell Springs, Ky , on account of no better nor a more gener- speaker upon the program, but he uation in Russell county, gathered I want to sell one-hainterest in declining health, I will offer for sale mind we will state that the reason an ous set of people. The yeomanry and was a little late in arriving, and Mr. my stock of goods also half interest in from representative Republitans who business men of Russell county have Hebron Lawrence, of Tompkinsville, my store building. I haye a very good my Roller Mill, in good operation by account of the Jamestown speaking live in various sections of the county, 25 H. P. steam boiler and engine with was not published in our issue of last supported this publication ever since took the stand and spoke fraternally men that we have known for years, stock of goods, all new stock no old or a first class saw rig. Terms cash in week, The News was made up and twenty-thre- e years ago and touchingly for about thirty-fivand who would not knowingly make it started, stale goods on hands. I have a No. 1, hand in 12 months i in 18 mo. ready to be put to pre33 when we reand we would be ungrateful were we minutes. His speech was well receiv- good building. Good location and a a misstatement. turned. The article ia our paper Farmers Milling Co., neglect expressing our gratitude ed by the large audience. When ha good trade considering everything. Mr Hebron Lawrence, of Monroe to F. F. Rexroat, Prop. headed ''Prognosticating," was writsupport. concluded it was announced that Gen. county,-candidatfor Circuit Judge for their long and continuous 34 3t. I will sell the whole thing stock of ten and put in type three days before was necessarily Garnett had arrived, and would speak "'Judge led off, speaking about thirty-fiv- e Upoa this visit which goods and building, or I will sell stock the Jamestown speaking. we failed to see many of immediately after dinner which was There was only one disturbance the minutes. He is anxious to be- cut short, of goods and rent the building, I now our substantial friends, as the whole ready to be served. be sure and attend the shows this come the Judge of the 29th Judicial have a most satisfactory trade con- first day of the Russell circuit court. town was a mass of humanity, and it It was the most elaborate feast of sidering the dull season. I have other Down on Monticello street John Olden week, as they will be worth seeing. district, and most of his time was tawas impossible for us to see them all good edibles ever spread before so and Gordon Hadley had trouble, and reasons forelllng. ken up in telling bis hearers of his air. W. H. Sandusky, this place, in a visit lasting only a few hours. large an audience in that part of the we failed to learn the cause. Hadley qualification for the position, and how Geo. W. McLean. was the recipient, last Thursday, from The many we did meet, however, re- county. All the substantial were on struck Olden in the head with his re36 3t he had struggled from hts young manhis friend, Mr. J F. Yost, New newed their subscriptions, and quite the tables, cakes, pies, catsups, in volver and the gun fired, the jar of hood to the present, eating sorghum Ind., a large Shrine emblem,' a number of new names were added fact everything to' tempt the appetite Bank or Columbia Elect Officers. the lick discharging it. Olden re molasses and corn bread, in order to made for an automobile. It is very to our list. We are also indebted to were before the visiting audience. ceived a very ugly gash, which was save money sufficiently to qualify bright, looks like gold, and was highk which Here we will state that it was the those who gave us Annual meeting held on June 25, dressed by Dr. W. G. D. Flanagan. ly appreciated by Mr. Sandusky. himself for bis chosen profession.' It will be executed promptly and deliv- most elaborate and the best prepared 1921, the following Directors were Hadley was arrested and put undera From his statements he is exceedingly will be the cause, however, of Billia picnic dinner we ever attended. The elected: W. W. Jones, James Gar- bond of five hundred dollars. The popular in Monroe county where he ered. making an investment, as he sold his We were glad to note some very at- donors and Tampico Lodge were pertrial was set for last Thursday. was born and reared, and where great nett, Rollin Hurt, Jno. O. Russell, F. car a short time ago. improvements since our last fectly happy, knowing that the occapressure was brought to bear in order tractive P Hill, W. S. Hiodmaa, Jdo. W. We do not know which one of the a number of new and handsome sion was going to prove a perfect parties brought on the trouble The Eastern Star Flowers. to induce him to become a candidate visit, residences having been erected. Love people could have shown their was with reOfficers elected: for Circuit Judge, and it Will give a home talent entertainGass Given a cottage makes sunshine, and as hospitality more freely. More than W. W. Jones, Pres. luctance tbat he entered the contest, in ment at Paramount Theatre, Friday we looked upon the neat and hand- one thousand people were present, and I am now prepared James Garnett, V. Pres. to give evening, July l3t. Readings, solos, but as he was now in the fight, and if resome homes, we were moved to there was an abundance for all. Men, "Morning Glory," the name of his Jno. W. Flowers, Cashier. gass for the painless extraction etc. Admission, 15c and 25c. mark, there is where happiness dwells. women and children vied with each saddle horse, lived, he believed that Bert Epperson, Asst. Cashier. of teeth. are two nice church buildings other, knowing that a happy day was Jno. Rose, Bookkeeper. Jae would win the contest. A portion There Officers of this county have become H. W. Depp, Dentist. town, Methodist and Christian, being enjoyed. Miss Sue Bake, Bookkeeper. ofhis speech was directed personally in the more watchful, and recently several and as far as Christian lives are conDinner over, Gen. Jas. Garnett, of io j uage uarier, ana in our judgMy wife is thinking about becoming parties have been arrested for bootTo Play at Lebanon. cerned, there is no perceptible differ- Louisville, Past Grand Master, a nament some expressions were made a candidate for Mayor of the town of legging. As a result of these arrests doing tive of Columbia, a favorite ia Adair, that could not possibly redown to his ence in the two denominations, Columbia. I have lived with her for the traffic in moonshine is not so they see it, living in delivered his address which had been God's work as At the Lebanon Chautauqua the a number of years and I know she has brisk. All that is necessary to pet advantage. be- well prepared and was most forcefully following base ball teams will meet on an abundance of executive ability, He was followed by Judge Carter, religious unity, the only difference and liquor vendors out of business, is to ing in the mode. We intend, as we presented. He took up the history of the grouods on dates given below: vwho spoke about the same length of she is also determined, just the char- watch, make arrests, and' fix heavy Wednesday, June 29, Campbellsville time, taking care of what Mr Law have in the past, do our best to pub Masonry from the beginning of the oracter of woman to preside over the fines. rence said personally directed to him. lish the local happenings of Russell ganization and followed it closely up against Lebanon. fiscal affairs of this town. If she is Eld. Z. T. Williams, who has been Thursday June 30, Columbia against elected He then spoke of his long tenue upon county, and we would welcome short to the present time, his address provthe bootleggers will have to the faithful pastor of the Christian. the bench and his faithfulness to du- letters at least twice a month from all ing most interesting, and many dates Lebanon. hide out. villages in the county. Chuach, this place, has resigned, an. of .progress made by the fraternity Friday, July 1st, Springfield against ty. He had not missed a court, and J. N. Coffey who account of failing health. He is a insipiency. were valuable in- Lebanon. from its had shown no partiality, but had done is under control. The Bible Institute. consecrated man andno man ia the formation to the Craft, and also of Saturday, July 2nd, Lebanon Junchis duty without fear or favor. It entire county has more friends. For who were not tion against Lebanon. great interest to those For Sale. was his intention in the present cantwenty years hewa3 pastor of the The Bible Institute at the Baptist Masons. Gen. Garnett has been an ofMonday, July 4, Greensburg against vass to hold his courts; that he was com50 camp windows and frames elected for that purpose, and did not Church started last Sunday week and ficer of the Home for several years, Lebanon. plete. 12 lights, 10x15 check rail, in Tuesday, July 5, Bloomfield against care to neglect his duties. He inform- wascootinued until Friday night. and knows all the workings of KenYoung Men good condition. Price, $3.25 per set. dis- tucky Masons, and he most happily Lebanon. ed the people that his opponent was a The following ministers from a Or 1 sash,' 6 lights, without frame 75 member of the last Legislature and tance were present and took part in told his story. See our new line of suits, odd Pants cents His Birthday. Grand Secretary Dave Jackson ev voted for the present school law which the program: Revs. Hunter, Somersilk shirts, hats andlfine caps. . a8 J. C. Sublett, adds an additional tax upon the peo- set, Rev. Freeman, Springfield, Rev. ery Masoa ia Kentuoky knows Dave On Tuesday, the 21st instant, the Goff Bros. Store-B- ig Route A, Box 429, Louisville, Ky. ple, both men and women. He de- Mitchell, Rev. Stevens, Louisville, and thousands of them have often birthday of Dr. B. T. Wood, of Dan 36 3t nounced the law and said it should be and the pastor, Rev. Leslie J. B. heard him say, "God bless you, men, ville, was duly celebrated In Louislot newJGoods at Lower Prices repealed, that the people were al Smith. The program was well select- it means something to be .a member ville, his nieces and nephews preClaud Bell, a white boy, about six at Goff Bros. Store . ready heavily burdened with taxation ed and many fine talks, abounding of the great order." He took up Ken- paring a most sumptuous dinner ia teen pears years old, and Lewis Coop tucky Masonry, the progress of the honor of the event, and notified the er, negro, when that bill became a law. His in ioformation were delivered. about the same age, ;were One reason is given for Ies3 moo'n-shia speech, all the way, was pointed and The attendance was good through-cut- , fraternity, and the noble work it was doctor that they were ready to enter- arrested and locked in the Columbia being on tap here is, that the heartily received. Mr. Lawrence, in dinner being served daily in Mrs doing and would continue to do for tain him on his natal day. The doc with entering Gowdy's whisky consumers have all gone on a his speech was also cheered for some Butler's yard. 'While the institute the widows and orphans of deceased tor arrived in due time and the day, wholesale house and stealing about strike and swear that they will not He presented a product of was most happily spent, the refresh was strictly to impart information, Masons $- - expressions he made. 514 worth of goods. The Bell boy purchase another drop from bootlegHuddleston and Mr. Smith, the social features, especially at the the Home in the person of a fourteen ments being the best the city affords, confessed and delivered the, goods. gers until the price drops to three Mr.' candidates for State's Attorney then noon hour, were highly enjoyable. year old boy whom we were told was and talking of the days of "Auld Lang Both parties live in this place; and dollars a quart, made addresses, and their respective The edibles were of the very best, a son of John Hancock, of Cane Val Syne," most delightfully enjoyed. the robbery was perpetrated last MonMr.Sam F. White, a native of this friends wore well pleased with the showing that the Baptist ladies of Co- ley, who died some years ago. He The doctor received a number .Tof day night week. f they presented lumbia and vicinity were strictly up was a manly looking lad, and having handsome presents. place, and a finished printer, has acmanner in which culinary affairs. finished the eighth grade, will now be All goods sold at my store, the cepted a position with the Standard their claims, and when they conclud. on Altogether it was a very profitable placed in a High school. To appreciIH fut nanri I flat-oat Vaughn Hotel. fnr t.tio SMtfl SPtiarft Needed Printing Comn&ny, Louisville, and & amount of 50 cents and up, will be ladies and gentlemen, who ate Bro. Jackson, you must hear him. meeting of ree in the corporate limits of now at work: in said establlshmaQt-Hi- s ".;spoKe. ur My stock 01 groceries is zealously to promote He is happy in his work, and wife and son, Kenneth, wUJ MS & First-clas- s cooks, chamber maids Columbia. Thn ornnrrl ritanAraod ahnnf. S o'clock., are endeavoring main in North Carolina settrtf wtfksf the cause of Christ, thereby raising judgment will be Giand Secretary as and table waiters. Apply or write to freeh. id steed feeling prevallieg. Stonily Epperson. before going to Loaterill long as he lives. He ia ytaia-Devs atetel Vaughan, Lebanon, Ky. jUweJiUmated in the beginning tke standard of Christianity. SPEAKING AT this article, we would tell you how the vote would be cast In Russell county for the district offices, we now of THE MASONIC PICNIC. Oxy-Acetyle- ne one-hal- -- 61,-0- 90 Ken-tuckian- s, lf e e Al-ban- y, job-wor- ex-ami- suc-cess.N- o ne jall.-charge- , in-o- e MP 3n - )0ij &J '. &&&. ft'- -, . -- 4 Tf- - 3,. i &$t V ' ADAIRTCOUNTY NEWS At Tobicct the way for Mr. Sapiro. More than 670,000 pounds of tobacco x Marketing. Were signed up'for the associa More than. 4;500 pefsoiiB vital-- y tion in less than half an hour. interested in the success of County organization is practicalcounty, the Burley Tobagco industry, ly complete in Mason expected in heard i Aaron Sapiro lasjt week and no difficulty is during his tour of the Bluegrass reaching the minimum of 75 per cent. Mr. Sapiro went from in behalf of the Cooperative Barley marketing plan now being offered to the growers. At places where he spoke, a growingsentiment in favor of cooperation was marked, while the active work of signing contracts was launched with great enthusiasm in each county. Members of the Organization Committee declare that the prospects for speedy success are ex- Obititry. v a Cabinet Meeting. EVERYTHING IN On Sunday morning May 29th, (C. C. 1921, Brainerd in Brooklyn the death angel visited the Eagle.) home of Rev. Claudie Stotts and President- - Harding adjusts claimed him for its victim. He himself to a comfortable pose in had been in poor health for about his leather arm chair. Perhaps which ended in that there is a lighted cigar between 4 years, ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood cellent Shelbyville, where Mr. Sapiro opened the campaign Monday afternoon, June 13, more than 1,500,000 pounds of tobacco were signed up for the association in less than an hour. Under the supervision of B. A. Thomas, C. L. Walters, and other prominent growers of Shelby county, the work of signing up has been carried on vigourously since, and the total number of pounds considerably increased. Mr. Sapiro crowded the court room here, with growers eager to hear his outline of the plan. , Mr. Sapiro spoke aj; Richmond Tuesday afternoon, before a very enthusiastic crowd. It had not been intended to attempt to to sign contracts at this meeting, but the growers were so insistent that more than pounds were pledged in a very few minutes. T. S. Bur-nathe local chairman, will be assisted in the work of promoting the organization in Madison county, by Harvey Chenault, Walter Bennett, Harry Hanger, Harry Hanger, Jr., J. J. Neale, William Arbuckle, T. R. Curtis, Paul Burram and others. A vote on the plan was practically unanimously favorable. Organization is proceeding rapidly in Madison county. Under the leadership of W. E. Simms, a meeting was called in Versailles Tuesday night to hear Mr. Sapiro. No effort was made to obtain signatures to the con-- . tract at this meeting on account of the lateness of the hour when the meeting adjourned. Mr. Sapiro was heard with attention by about 600 leading growers of At 385,-00- 0 m, county. Mr. Simms will perfect a county organization with the assistance of Johnson N. Camden, also member of Woodford the Organization Committee. Mr. Sapiro went Wednesday to Cynthiana where he addressed the most enthusiastic meeting of the series. He was interrupted by repeated and proponged cheers of approval as he made points in favor of movements for farmers and growers. J. R. Jones presided at this meeting. No attempt was made to obtain signers for the contract, as this was the first meeting held jn Harrison county. But many prominent growers of the section were so eager to sign that they insisted on members of the Organization Committee- - ransacking their pockets for copies of the contract. J. Quincy Ward is serving as temporary chrirman for that county. " The fifth meeting of the week was held at Maysville, where J. "JS; Kehoe had largely- prepared - dreaded disease consumption. his fingers. His glance compreMaysville to White Sulphur As he was not confined to his hends eleven other men who Sulphur Spring Va., where he bed, he was ready to start to have also settled back in their spoke before a meeting of the start to church that morning chairs. Half of them, like the Virginia State Bankers Associa- when the end came. As his President, have cigars from plan of father drove up in a buggy to which wisps of blue smoke are tion on the carry him to church, Claudie lazily ascending. At last the marketing. Judge Robert W, Bingham,. started out to the buggy, and Presidential glance comes to a just as he put his foot on the rest upon a man who sits next to Louisville, Chairman of the Committee, substitut- step he coughed, and the blood the head of the table, on the ed for Mr. Saprio at a meeting started gushing out of his mouth right of the Chief Executive. "Well, Mr. Secretary of Statd, held at Danville Friday night. and each side of his nose and he only lasted about five minutes. says the President, "have you More than 250 growers heard He was born Aug. 23rd, 1888, anything for the cabinet this him at a meeting in the courthouse. Contracts were distrib- died May 29th. 1921. He pro morning?" uted, but no effort was made to fessed faith in Christ at the age And thus it begins, usually to signatures, at such a late of 22 years and united with the continue for more than two obtain hour. Col. R. G. Evans, presi- M. E. Church, South, and was hours. Thereis very little forafterward called to the ministry. mality dent at this meeting. about a meeting of the Soon his health began to rapidly Mr, Saprio wound up his eduHarding cabinet. There is a fail and he had to give up the tour of Kentucky with a great deal of business, but few cational Heavenly father had meeting at Lexington Sat- work. His large rules. There is much talk, but greater use for him and called urday afternoon in the Woodland no speeches. There is somehim higher. He was married to Auditorium. It 'is estimated times wide diversity of opinion, Miss Mattie Campbell in Decem that about 1,500 persons heard but no heated debate. There ber 1909. To this union were this address. When a vote was are arguments and decisions, but born 6 children, four of which called for, it was practically no balloting. The family discushave already gone to heaven. unanimous in favor of the proses its affairs with frankness Only his wife and two children Large delegations posed plan. and freedom, but it does not survive him, besides he leaves a quarrel about them. came to this meeting from Clark father, mother, four brothers Nicholas, Bourbon, Jessamine, Finally, at about 1:15 o'clock, and two sisters and a host of relMadison, Scott, Woodford and a pause in the con atives and friends to mourn their there comes counties. other neighboring The President once loss. Oh bereaved ones lets pray versation. Louis Lee Faggin, owner of one glances around the table. and look beyond this vale of more of the largest farms in Fayette "Is there any thing elae gentletears, to caanan's happy clime county was the first man to sign where Claudie and the babies men?" he asks. the contract. Contracts were As a rule there is nothing else. are resting in the promise land distributed but the growers were sublime; for we know if we are The President has sensed the not asked to sign. faithful, we will meet them some point at which the cabinet has The whole impression of the sweet time. talked itself out for the day. tour, which was designed to put He rises. The cabinet rises. A Friend. bethe message of The meeting is at an end. Lincoln's Dry Wit. growers by a master of fore the There are no written rules or was uniformly the subject, bylaws for running a cabinet thought to be distinctly favor's What's. yourt rating in meeting. There are certain cusable. or Dun's? toms, precedents and courtesies Ic will be followed by a .series You have no rating, you say? which are observed, but there is of smaller meetings in each of Well, what are you worth in no formality about the obserthe counties where organization worldly geafr? vance of them. There is no rig has been started, Joseph Passon-nea- u You're poor, you state don't id order of business. There is has announced. At the" own any real estate, not much no gavel for calling the meeting same time organization is being personal property? to order or declaring it adjournextended into new counties and Too bad? ed. There are no motions to be new states by the organization And you complain that you voted 'upon. There is no reading committee. have a wife and children and of minutes of the previous meetRalph M. Barker, Carrollton, that your income is rather mea- ing, for there are no minutes. has arranged meetings at War- ger? There are no stenographers or Well, maybe you're wealthy, secretaries in the room. There saw, Ky., June 25, at Vevay, Ind., July 2, at New Castle, Ky., after all. You have good health. are just a dozen nen sitting And how much do you value there, talking about the affairs of July 9, and at Bedford, Ky., July 16. Other dates have been it? You have the wife and the Uuited States and its people. requested by Kentuck and In- babies. How much would it take GlensforK. diana towns, but no definite an- to buy them? nouncements have been made. A New York firm once applied to Abraham Lincoln, before he The health of this community At The Same Time. . became Dresident, for informa- is very good at present. y tion as to the, financial standing Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Marshall Police Commissioner Enright of one of his neighbors. Honest and children, and Mr. Eddie Lee said at a banquet in New York Abe wrote in reply: Grider and family were visiting the other day : "I am well acquainted with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas "Oh yes, crime is rampant, I Mr. Blank and know his circum- last Sunday. know. At the same time " stances. First of all he has a Mrs. Scythie Tavlor is visiting Mr. Enright shrugged. wife and baby; together they her father and Mother this week. "Well, a holdup man held up a ought to be worth $50,000 to any Loy Kros, Moving picture show citizen the other day, relieved-hi- man. Second- he has an office in was at this place last Friday and of his roll, a matter of $800. which there is a table worth $1.-5- 0 Saturday nights. Several were arid then handed him back $15 and three chairs worth say in attendance each night. $1.0(L Last of all, there is in for sundries." Rain is needed very badly in Mr. Enright shrugged aeain. one corner a large rat hole which x this community. "There in a nut shell, "sh said, will bear looking into. Mrs. Maud Kelsay and little Respectfully, "you have the difference bedaughter, Tinie, were shopping "A Lincoln." tween the holdup man and the at Creelsboro, last Friday. profiteer. " Consumers of bread cannot Mr. Clyde Marsha'll made a Blue laws invariably develop a understand why the farmers business trip' to Louisville, a few larpe amount of color blindness should be alarmed at the low days ago. in a community that attempts to price of wheat. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lewis of enforce them. Most of that $23,000,000 need Fairplay,' and their son, James ' It's an easy matter to obtain for they relief v of children in Lewis, of Jeffersonville, Ind., peace all you have to do ia to let Europe can also be charged up was visiting relatives near here Monday. -' 'v the othe fellow have his way.on the war bill. Brad-street- and American Fence. Stael Fence 1 Posts Louisville, Ky. i DEHLER BROS.' CO .Incorporated 16 Caat Iiakel Streei Between First and Brook !- W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE I International Made - totVleasure Clothes. Seeopd Floor, Jeffries Building. J COLUMBIA., Ralph, De Palma, who proved KY. the sensation of the recent injr-i-v ternational sweepstakes race at Indianapolis by making the pace in his,speedy Goodyearequipped French Ballet car until he broke a connecting rod in the 270 mile, is on the high seas en route for France to drive .in the Grand Prix next month. The popular driver will captain the Ballot team in the famous Le Mans road contest, and his admirers both in America and in Europe believe he will give the stars of two continents the race of their live-De Palma has no peer as a road race pilot in America.and few if any abroad. He will be pitted against such brilliant drivers Guyot, who won the race on the island of Sicily, probably the most dtfficult course in the world; Rene Thomas, veterian of many Grand Prix contests, Andre Baillot, idol of French race fans, and Dario Resta, winner of the 1916 Indianapolis classic. While Americans would like to see the Duesenberg cars carry the Stars and Stripes to victory, there will bs thousands in the United States who will glory in a win for De Palma. even though he will be at the wheel of a foreign machine. . R For Torpid Liver "Black-Draugis, in my opinion, the best liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. Whiteside, of Keota.Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating-ti- ght, uncomfortable feeht ?jfo )! M &a& disagreeable and brought on headache. 1 was constipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive liver. 1 began the use of night and morning, and it sure is splendid and certainly gives relief." Black-Draught, lingand this was very Thedford's DRAUGHT 1 this purely vegetable oreparation has been found beneficial by thousands of persons suffering from effects of a torpid, or slow-actiliver. ng For over seventy years Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, dizziness, constipation, bit- 1 1 ogv Confessed Murderer. Ervy Trumm Newton, arrested in Fort Worth, Texas, the other day on a disorderly conduct charge, was sentenced to thirty r days in prison. On the "way to prison he told the officers that he druggists. was wanted in Louisville for the murder of a man named John Accept Only the Genuine. Kaelin, who was killed three years ago and whose death had remained a mystery. The officers were much surprised and communicated with Louisville authorities to ascertain the truth of the statement. Newton was brought to Louisville and in his Accept confession stated that he had No Substitutes killed'Kaelin in a fight over a gg Tor girl both had been calling on. S ewe. JZ.QJ39, Newton gave his age as 27 years r& s hl&lH.Ul'U. S and said he was born in Marion aa county. Before going to LouisTftSftlKBEAllT 45 mM.M -ville he said he nad been living t& !LSUfii wc m -- 1 in Taylor county. Both Newton Purely at the same m and his victim-liveboarding house in Louisville preVegetable murder. vious Black-Draugh- t," ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in back, puffiness under the eyes any or all of these symptoms often indicate that there Is something the matter with your liver. You can't be too careful about the medicine you lake. Be sure that the name, "Thedford's is on the package. At all m ja BEaas&iLS 9 sis$ i m warn Mian F.9 ) d to-th- e ' yhen it comes to remembering birthdays the woman past forty has the worst memory in the world. V iVl &UGUIUUV '- - r The News.Sl.50 in' Ky, (1 y i rf cV , ?- - "! -- 13' A AbX' jttsew V" V ADAIR COUNTY MEWS SCHOOL DAYS ? $ BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING 9 9 9 I am ''now with clothing. supplies daily. ready- to supply young men, old men and boys - I have an immense stock and receiving new I can interest you in prices; If you need any thing in this line, call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I Something to Think About By F. A. WALKER MEN'S WEDDING RINGS. rings for men will have a good effect on the bad record recited above. Perhaps, on the other hand, the men will wear their badges of matrimony in their vest pockets whenever they think a more conspicuous display will Interfere with an evening a little gayer than they would have at home. But whatever means Is necessary for the correction of present conditions should be determined and put into Marriage should be made less of a farce and divorce less of a Joke than present records show both to be. The marriage relation Is an Important part of our civilization. It merits more attention and more perfection than It Is at present receiving. (Copyright.) my stock 'offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. THE Brooklyn Eagle, which reports things accurately and well, published the news that in its city the use of wedding rings for men is gaining rapidly in popularity. This is interesting and important If it means that men are coming to take the marriage ceremony and its vows more seriously and that the divorce rate is as a consequence to cease in force. u its upward trend. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB i i i i I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. j Rid- - BUCCIES AND WAGONS 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and 1 am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds at living prices. . The wedding ring is a relic of savTke kind rwikt agery. It is probably a descendant of the metal bracelet and chain by which the world to s th earlier tribes of men assured And amootkes &.v.y that their spouses would not sc.tLXs wander away from the house domicile lulltJbios And .sin$5 while the master of the house was away hunting. wren wmo-s-i L . Some more engaging wife, having And hisses convinced her husband of unquestionvntk stwa. able fidelity, was rewarded by having KTOl the bracelet replaced by the ring and VW A the chain done away with altogether. The ring by itself showed that she was married. The absence of the chain said, "Here la an exceptionally fine wife." That flattered and pleased both parties. But if the modern woman Is expected to- - wear a wedding ring and advertise her married position, what A large supi estimated by good reason Is there why the husband should not be marked in an equally the New York World as high & prominent manner and his limitations $500,000,000 is carried on the of freedom equally advertised? books of the United States TreasAn old custom of the marriage ceremony consisted of putting the wedding ury Department at Washington ring first on the thumb, then on the on the excess proffirst finger, then on the second, speak- as sums due ing the names of the Trinity as the its tax and so far uncollectable. them-Selve- bed pit at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. its It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. it it Ov hi i i r. t i Han WOODSON LEWIS GR,EENSBCRG, KENTUCKY. i 3 36 there neen-- anv decrease Oat of Sight. 7K ceremony It rested t supposed , duties to "duties to her husband. Of course, it ought not to require a ring or any other form of emblem to make a man or a woman hold sacred the vows of the altar. If a thin band of gold or platinum Is all that restrains either one of them from wan dering, then the divorce court Is pot very far away. To most women the wedding ring is a very sacred thing. It is the last thing that goes to the pawnshop when adversity demands its toll. Just how much it means to the men, who in accordance with the new custom will wear it, is a question that only a test will settle. proceeded, and, finally, when on the third finger, It was to signify that next to her God the wife recognized her :7!s7f;7r;7F:7K7ls7R7K7R: The question of divorce in this country is fast getting to be of such dimensions as to demand serious corrective attention. In twenty years the number of divorces granted annually Kas increased from about 60,000 to 133.000 with a total in the twenty years of nearly two millions. In Nevada there are almost as many divorces as there are marriages, but, since Nevada has been the resort of many citizens from other states seeking freedom from marital ties, it may be fairer to point to Oregon which has only two and a half times as many marriages as divorces. This money represents money earned in 1918 and 1919. The World scores the firms that can not pay, alleging that they have paid out the money in dividends. But in many cases this is not true. Many firms ussd the money for plant extensions, expecting collections in 1920 to be sufficient to enable them to pay up: This may have been, doubtless was, imprudent business management, but we doubt if, in a majority of cases, it was anything more than this. The truth is that the excess profits tax is very severe tax. Many business men did not realize what they were up against until the tax bills came in. Use For Old Clothes. An enterprising woman, whose last year's coat had grown top adIn six counties in four states the small, inserted a "For Sale" record shows 00 per cent more di- vertisement in a local paper. vorces than marriages. The Innocent parties to these dis- She sold ,the coat for half of its agreements are the children and in original price. Many of her the past 20 years more than 1,300,000 sons and daughters of disagreeing friends also adopted this idea parents have been involved in the and thus are able to getnew court proceedings which followed the clothes more frequently. The desire for separation. In many states It has come to be people who buy are' glad to get easier to get divorced than It Is to get clothes at a' low d married. Scarcely two states have di- I vorce laws alike, and what is. Illegal price. There is quite a demand In one state becomes perfectly all right so far as the statutes go the for such clothes, and a clever minute the imaginary line between it and another commonwealth Is crossed. woman can make her oldchothes Perfcapg the custom oi wedding earn quick profits for her. much-needev in the number of automobiles operating in the United States in the first three months of 1921? Not if figures secured by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company from the Bureau of Mines and from other sources are considered, for they show that ffasoline consumption has been running a million gallons daily more than a year ago, or an average increase of 17 per cent in January, February and, March over the same months in 1920. In January consumption was 11,317,690 gallons daily compared with 8,696,588 gallons in the same month" last year; February showed 10,079,609 gallons consumed against 9,725,985 gallons in February 1920, while 'totaled 12,716,698 gallons used in comparison with 7,798,213 gallons in March a year ago. -- Two farmers were having an argument and a little bet as to which of them possessed the best wife or rather, which wife made the money go the farthest. "I am surprised," said the first farmer, "how little my wife spends on household necessities. You come and stay with us for a few weeks, and see for yourself. You will soon see how true my oiaicuicuw aid Colon 'biaj Barber Shop MORAX A Sc LOWE Sanitary Shop, when both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. X "But what would be the good? said the other man. "She would not be so good as my wife. Whys my wife makes, money go so far that I never see it again." Designed The White House. I (Hunt's Salve and Soap), fail in the treatment of Itch, Eczema, Ringworm, Tetter or other itch-ieldn diseases. Try .this treatment at our risk. Paul! Drufl Co. ns if HUNT'S GUARANTEED REMEDIES SKIN Money back without question DISEASE Used 40 Years J Woman's Club in China. In Shanghai, China.the d Ameri- -' cele- can Woman's club recently birthbrated its twenty-seconday at the Carlton, cafe in that city. The club includes five de- UartUlCUCa UlCiaiJ. uiuon,airj social, mothers' and social ser-pice- . The designer of the White House was James Hodan, born in Ireland about 1755. He came to the United States, settling in Charleston, S. C, and later to Washington when the city was first being laid out. He worked for the government for the greater part of his life. He is chiefly known" for his work in connection with the White House, the rebuilding of which he directed "after it was Burned in 1814. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a CARDUI The Woman's Tonic J Jp Sold Everywhere ft AU Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. Knowledge ia not wisdom lew properly used. - un- - Warren stone, the head of the Louis Rue has been named actBrotherhood of Locomotive En- ing postmaster of Danville. He of 6. W. Welsh.' gineer!, gets a salary of $25,000. ia a son-inJa- w -- of a Special attention g iven Disease Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, c aaiest&wn road. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist S 0 L. H. Jones Columbia, KsC N -- "V . THE ADAIR COUKTYiNEWS fLd&ir Goaivty r Nes , J THE CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM. 11 Published On Tuesdays fit Golnm6ia. Kentucky. J E.MURRELLt ,- i editor July 5th to the 10th Inclusive. Night 'Afternoon Five Spring Maidens Five Spring Maidens CHARLES 0. JESSEE, Lecture A "Violin Orchestra - "to 0 MRS. DAISYZHAMLETT. A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the In- terest of the city of Columbialand the People rf Adair and adjoining Counties. Post-offic- Entered at the Columba' mail matter. e as second The Croatian Tamburica Orchestra ABEL CANU, Lecture "Mexico and the Mexicans JOSEPH DEVLIN, Lecture "Erin, My Country" MME. LILLIAN RINGSDORF AND COMPANY Princess Te Ata Company DR C. C. MITCHELL, Lecture The Millionaire of Uz" "Democracy, Divine or Devilish" THE CROATIAN TAMBURICA ORCHESTRA ' Listen Folks! & eee44066 130-Acre "FRIENDLY ENEMIES" New York Play and Cast Mme. Ringsdorf and Company HON. HOMER B. HULBERT Ramsey Shearer's Valuable Gardens, Farm, Sub-divid- ed Into Baby Farms, Truck TUESD. JUNE. 28. 1921. SUBSCRIPTION. PRICE: "The Oriental Chessboard" ' PRINCESS TE ATA AND HER INDIAN FRIENDS ttc, at THE KILTIES BAND The Band That Toured the World fl.60 In Kentucky $2.00 Outside of Kentucky Subscriptions are due and Payable in An they had been for many years. n Chas. L. Baker, an old and of Cumberland comity, citizen Last Monday shares on Wall A fool preacher jn Texas was departed this1 life at his home in Btreet market were lower than telling his congregation that Burkesville, Ky., Friday evening of well-know- them hired substitutes xand one uncle went to jail rather than to that. Died at Burkesville. PUBLIC SHLE Wednesday, July 13 ON THE PREMISES AT 10 A. M. SHARP. there was not anything that A little over one month until would hurt ? person who had the Republican primary will be full faith in the Lord and Savior pulled off, and activity is now Jesus Christ; that he bad that faith, and in order to prove his warmer than ever before. assertion he picked up a rattle Congress wants women to quit snake and wound it around his smoking. A bill has been intro duced making it finable for a woman to smoke in public. It Bhould become a law. The Louisville TimeB of last Tuesday has a very amusing editorial on Sam Cary, who is a Republican candidate to represent Cumberland and Clinton. The LouisvilleJPimes says there is no doubt but Walter P. Stamp, who murdered W. Smith Russell in Louisville, a few days ago, will be tried July 1st. It is also just as certain that he will be convicted if he is tried. John R. policemen wounded eurrended Louisville He is a neck. The snake did not bite him. He then announced that he could drink deadly poison and it would prove harmless. A boy left the church and returned with some fluid in a bottle, handed it to the minister, telling him that it was poisounous. The preacher drank it and was dead in fifteen minutes. He was buried and some of his hung around the grave for three days, expecting him to come up. Up to the latest his wings have not flapped. The boy was exhonorated because the world would be better off without the preacher who had that kind of faith. fol-lowe- last week. year He was in his eighty-seconand has resided all his life at Burkes ville. In his boyhood, he attended school in Columbia. He leaves surviving him, his widow, two sons, one in California, and one in the service of the government, cated at Eddy ville, Ky., four daugh ters, three of them residing in Cumberland county, and one, Mrs Robt English, in this county. Children by a deceased daughter, reside In Texas, one of whom served through the late war in the United States service Judge H.' C. 'Baker, of this pldce, ana James a. waiter, oi Montana, wno recently visited here, are brothers of the deceased. Judge H.j C. Baker and MrJ H T. ii Baker attended the funeral d 1 4 Located on the Monticello and Burnside turnpike, just outside the city limits of the good town of Monticello, noted for its fine schools, magnificent churches, splendid business houses and choice ' of homes, fine high class, hospitable citizenship, Kentucky. etc In fact one of the best inland towns in the Srate i! it 1 i' rs Local Manager Waded This desirable property is now being sub divided into baby farms, truck gardens, etc,, in tracts from about three acres on up to about 5 acres. It ha? a pike frontage of over one-ha- lf mile. The tracts facing the pike will be in about 3 to 5 acres. AH of this land lays exceedingly well. It is in corn, meadow, cow peas. etc. Has tobacco barn 40x60. Beautiful building sites, elegant location for choice surburban homes, splendid neighborhood, Faces the East quite an item relative to dust, shade, etc. Just outside the city limits, no city tax to pay and close enough to walk in, being only one mile from the court house. It is seldom in a life time that you have the opportunity to buy land located like this and in the size tract you want. The small man will have the same chance at this sale as the man of larger means. Messrs. Ramsey and Shearer have fully made up their minds to let this valuable property go for the HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, d or limit. It will be an ABSOLUTE SALE. The bridle is off. 'They are game enough to let YOU say what it is worth. YOU name the price and they will make the deed get busy! Real estate b the root of all riches. It doesn't rust, decay nor get out of style, good and better tomorrow. The safest place in all the world to invest your dollar is m the bosom of old Mother Earth. It won't burn up, blow away nor can thieves steal it and it don't take a blind man to see that property located like this, close to the good town of Monticello, is bound to increase in vaiue by leaps and bounds. Your population is, increasing rapidly all the while and no more earth 1 by-Hto-d- ay li being made. At once by the largest concern of it's kind in the world, to develop and handle local business. No investment 810,-00- Fallis, who shot four in Frankfort- - and also two bystanders, has and is now in the jail for safekeeping. dangerous man to be President Harding, Secretaries Hughes and Hoover, Senator allowed to run Lodge and Ambassador Harvey Judcre Robert Bingham, owner and calling attention to the con of the Courier-Journa- l, has gone flict cf opinion among tbem won to Europe with the view of cenerous atmause when he coun- said: Who speaks for this ad studying conditions m that try, and if found favorable, ministration? Is it President arrange for the opening of a Harding? Is it Hughes? Is it market for Kentucky tobacco. Hoover? Is it Lodge? Is it Knox? Is it Porter? Is it Har The pardoning of Frank Blair, vey? The American people are a notorious criminal and Republi- disponed to be patient and long can politician, by Gov. Morrow, suffering but they would like to has aroused the whole State. hear some responsible voice on ' Blair was wanted in another this great subject. It has been i State for crime, when the par- - six months since the election and don was granted. Gov. Morrow more than three since the 4th of claims that he was "taken in," March. If it is proposed to rati' by Blair's friends. fy the Versailles treaty, why has it not been resubmitted to schools, so Colvin stated, the Senate? If it is proposed te The are to be taken out of politics. negotiate a new and separate How" is that to be done? In treaty with Germany, why has it every county where the Republi- not begun? The American peocans are in control, the Superin-tende- ple want peace. We all want will be a man or a wo- - friendly relations with Germany. ! man who is identified with that But the American people want i party. Where the Democrats an honorable and upright peace, ' are in the lead Jhe superintend-- . peace which our fighting men a will be a Democrat. The won on land and sea, a peace ent law could not be made more par-that will restore our beloved Natisan. tion to its proper place in the In advocating Ambassador vanguard of nations, a peace fiarvey.s recall Senator Harrison which will leave no stain or cowduoted from a speech made by ardice or betrayal upon our fair Mr. Harvey in 1904, previously escutcheon." quoted in the House by Representative Stevenson" (Dem.) of Additional Locals South Carolina, in waichxMr. Harvey, with the alleged purA young man named Anderson vras pose of currying favor with his given three years in the Russell cireuit southern audience said thatMris court for breaking into a store. two grandfathers, his own fathFor Sale; er, and nine uncles all northern men, have refused to fight One Polan Gh'ina male hog. , Bascom Dohoney. against the south, that -- leven of '36 2b at-la:g- or experience required. $2500 to 0 profits first year, according to population, and wonderful future possibilities, as ours is a staple commodity with constant unlimited In his speech opposing the aud we undersell all competiPeace Resolution Mr. Bark tion. Guarantee Coal Mining Comley (Dem. Ky.) after quoting pany, 1231 Como Bldg., Chicago. de-min- d Every now and then we have depressions in values, but it is of only short duration and the next wave will carry it higher than ever. All of us have to eat three times a day, have clothes to wear, houses to live in, etcl and there is just ONE place to get it LAND the foundation and fundamental of everything in God's Universe. The wise man always takes advantage door of an OPPORTUNITY it is knocking at your RIGHT NOW ACT! ABSOLUTELY FREE! To the person guessing closest to what this farm will bring, we away $10.00 in gold; to the person guessing next closest $5.00 will be given. will give I e. drre arxnc tlirna nlrtrifr' Vl mnnlr Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. e On Tuesday July 5th, a big revival will begin near Birds School House about 13 4 miles from Sparksvllle with Rev. C C. Burton and F. V. Taylor in charge. Everybody invited to attend. Naza-ren- 4 4 4 1 Terms exceedingly easy and made known on day or sale. Look this property over carefully and meet us there on sale day, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3th at 0 a. m., and pound your bids at her 1 For full particulars see, write or phone either the owners, Ramsey and Shearer, Monticello. , .Kentucky, or HUGHES COL. J. B, DINWIDDIE, On The Block. & McCARTY yP 3 - y O j STANFORD, KENTUCKY, James, a little sod of Mr. Charles Pyle, Lincoln county, got his right arm broken last Saturday afternoon July seed Irish potatoes for sale at while cranking a car. Dr. Flowers Stanley Epperson's store. set the broken limb Columbia baseball team went to Ford For Sale. Lebanon last Sunday afternoon and r was defeated 9 to 1. 1916 Model, fine 9"fr6 409QS6"8"9"8fr644M9$$SM8'4e ESTABLISHED 180 Tncerporated 1006 The Peoples Bank of Metcalfe A. County J. Thompson. Phes. Kentucky. Edmonton, J. R. Wilson. Vick-Pue- s. C J. P. Cakvek. Cshier engine and in good condition. Call Mrs. John Conover, Columbia, Ky. Next week the Adair circuit court, the Chautauqua and the institute all start. The town will be full of CA I'lTAL. SURPLUS AM PROFITS 112.000.00 DEPOSITS OVER $3,000.00 on time deposits and iS3ue certificates of deposit for same, due J and Where interest is added at end of maturity period, customer receives compound interest on his money. Funds deposited on time can be withdrawn AT AKY TIME before maturity of certificate, upon surrender of certificate and forfeiture of Interest ONLY on amount , drawn out. 4 1- We pay per cent, per annum - - months after date- nt Next Monday will be the 4th of About one hundred indictments July. The day will probably be taken were returned at the Russell circuit up by the candidates, who want to court, 50 jper cent of them for selling ror over 20 years, we have numbered among our best customers, some of the good citizens of Adair county. We shall be pleased to receive deposits by mail or otherwise. speak. It is also the first day of cir- liquor. y cuit court, Mr. Edward Hamlett, of this place, is now employed on the State Journa', For Sale. Frankfort, In the capacity or a If you want a good, new Ford with starter) call the News office, Columbia, Kv. Do You Know About Lightning struck John B Grant's barn last Friday night, killing one of his horses and also damaging the barn. No insurance the Big Reductions in I Chalmers Cars War Tax to be added Hurt, candidate for coun)n the Kepublican ticket, Monday will speak at the court-hous- e 1 o'clock. Every body invited. at Mr. L. B. ty Judge, F. O. B. Detroit New Price Old Price $1,795 1,795 1,945 1,995 Reduced Res. Phoe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A In the colored settlement the "Feast in the Wilderness," closed last Sunday night. It was on for a week and was well attended. Born, to the wife of Charle3 Paxtont Cane y alley, a few days ago, a daughter. The parents think she is the finest girl in the place Very few people in Columbia last week. Farmers were cutting oats and grass and plowing corn for the Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST t Roadster 5 Pass. Touring 7 Pass. Touring Sport Model 4 Pass. Coupe 5 Pass. Sedan .... . $1,495 1,545 1,795 1,695 .. 2,295 2.445 2,595 2,745 $300 250 150' 300 300 300 The above Prices include Cord Tires and toe New Aleraite Greasing System. !$ r TW1 Urhce.ir ront Kooms jenries d iag. The Wonderful New Chalmers car now is a better buy than ever at Its new low price level. Attractive Proposition Open to a Live Dealer in Your Locality. ,UP STAINS. Hate KY 1148 .COLUMBIA, 0 Bowman Company Fourth' Ave., and Oak Streets LOUISVILLE, KY. last time. Mr. G. M. Stevenson delivered Mr. J. T. Goodman, last Tuesday, to a new Overland car for 8795 GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB. Advertise in The News if you wish td sell or; buy. 1 4. S " 'r t - TE Oil -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . Prospector's Guide. By V. A. SMITH. Geologist, r , j- - GIL AND GHS Adair; Cumberland, Rmssell Counties, .Kentucky. BY E. T. KEMPER. The Origin of Oil, Where ft Originated,' How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to Find It. Locator of Healdton, Oklahoma and Allen and Warren County, Kentucky Oil Fields. PRICE J1.00 i Address Publishers. . v GeoloSical Reasarch Association, Louisville National Bank Bids. r ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor. Company, statement: ir r. vs. sox coi, Louisville.-kentuck- ) A ; gives out the following: a former citizen of Columbia, is visitinghis many friends Dr. B. J. Bolin and family are here The refinery of the Carnahan operators of this city, drilling on from Boyle county. OH Company, located on the A. the J. M. or Jake Radford farm h Creek Mrs. Lee Tuney, of Danville, is C. Coffey farm, near Creelsboro, in the Baker visiting ig this community. is now being run to its full ca- field, Cumberland County, made Ind , ton-Brus- "Another reduction has been made in the list price of all types of Ford Cars and the Ford truck to take effect immediately. The list prices f. o. b. Detroit, are now as follows: Touring Car Runabout Coupe I pacity and very fine grades of gasoline and kerosene are being supplied form the plant. The stockholders of the Oil Company will no doubt be gUd to learn that their wells at Creelsboro, now being pnmp-ed- , are showing up in very satisfactory shape and with promise of increased production. n Mr. J. B. Doolittle, the operator from Worcester, New York, has recently moved a rig on tothe Joe Garner farm near Olga, Pussell County, where he will make a thorough test. This farm adjoins the property of Mr. A. C. Coffey where the Carnahan Oil Company put down some good, wells in 1920. The Creelsboro field now extends a distance of some four miles north and sou h, lying on both sides of Cumberland River, and recent developments there with such good results proves conclusively that it is a real oil Drilling is continuing field. there uninterruptedly, and new concerns are entering the field from time to time. Some 2000 barrels tankage is now available there and pumping is in full swing. Some idea of the demand for crude oil and gasoline may be obtained by noting that the Goverment requirements for the second half of 1921, for which bids are asked, are as follows: Atlantic and Gulf Coasts 1,705,-30barrels of fuel oil; Pacific Coast 3,460,000 barrels making a total of 5,165,300. Diesel oil requirements, such as is used in torpedo boats and submarines, for both the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts, is 147,390 barrels Gasoline for the East Coast stations, to be delivered in quantities of 100, OC0 gallons or more, aggregates 5,060,000 gallons Mc-Me- ad well-know- a great "strike" during the past week when they brougnt in well No. 2 on this lease at a depth of 194 feet- - A test of the wejl last resulted in thir-- . barrels being secured within a few hours. The actual capacity of the well is as yet problematical, but that it is a great well there is no room for doubt, and it promises to be one of the best wells yet drilled in that field. The new well is located only a short distance from the fine wells of the Southern Oil and Refining Company, Den ver, on the Russ Gilbert farm, the two farms adjoining. Richardson & Goff have done, and are still doing, more for the development of this territory than than other concern in the business, and they deserve to be favored with good "strikes." ty-fi- ve Mr. N. M. Tuttand family have re- turned from the Sparksville country. Mrs. Herbert Taylor and Miss Margaret Patteson went to Lebanon Sunday. Miss Leona Bryant, Ind., is visiting relatives Sedan Chassis r i Sellersburg, and friends Truck Chassis Tractor $415.00 370.00 695.00 760.00 345.00 495.00 625.00 at this place. Mr. Paul Hughes, of New York, iB visiting at the home of his father. Mr. "E , "The big reductions last fall were made in anticipation of low material costs which we are now getting the benefit of, and this fact together with increased manufacturing efficiency and th e unprecedented demand for Ford cars particularly during the past three months permitting maximum production, have made another price reduction possible immediately. H. Hughes. Mr. Wood Cundiff, who has been course in Vir- taking a theological ginia, has returned home. "Ford business for April and May 1921 was greater by 56,633 cars and trucb 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 trucb for sale in the UnitecT Stater, the biggest month in the history of our company and our factories and assembly plants are '" now working on a 4,000 car daily schedule for June. ' . alone Mr. Hebron Lawrence, who is a candidate for Cirpuit Judge, spent last Wednesday in Columbia Dr. J. T. Jones was in Columbia last Friday, the first time for many months. He was in fine spirits. Mr. George Montgomery, of Quanah, Texas, 1b spending a few weeks with relatives and friends of Columbia. Miss Mollie Celdwell and Mr." Shreve Davis went to Louisville day, the latter to consult a specialist. J last-.Wednes- i "The Fordson tractor big price reduction, and it is produce account of the recent impossible, therefore, to make any further cut in the price of the tractor.. is still being sold at less than cost to ,, "Can you afford to go without a car any longer when Ford cars are selling at these new low prices? There is no reason how why you should delay purchasing a Ford car, ,.Ford truck Fordson tractor. ' - Mr. F. R. Allen, well-know- n operator of Vanlue, Ohio, accom-- 1 panied by Mrs. Allen, was here the latter part of the week get-- ! ting in touch with the local situa- tion. Mr. Allen is associated with his father, Mr. Riley Allen, Allentown. New York, in hold- -' ing leases on considerable acreage in this section, and they expect to begin development work in this territory at no distant date. Mr A. W. Summers, Winchester, Ky., representing the PyrZ amid Oil Company, is spending several days in this section look-- ! ing over their holding- - with a view to beginning operations somewhere in the territory. J Gen. Jas. Garnett came to Columbia and sppnt Friday night.aturday. and a part of Sunday with friends here. f!nl. T. R. TTnrr. arrived last' "Friday aQd ,g Q0W iQ the amm for the j publican nomination for County Judge. Master Morris Baldauf, of Louis- ville, ie spending a few weeks with his Mr. and Mrs. Sam grandparents, Lewis. Rev. R. V. Bennett and Mr. J. T Goodman were in Rowena last Sun- day. They made a good collection for the educational movement. Mrs W. O. Belcher, Greenville, and Miss Lois Belcher, same city, and Mr. Sigsbee Belcher, Pikeville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill Mr. L. J. Squires and family, who lived ou Greensburg street, have re moved to Louisville; Mr. Squires having accepted a position in the city. type will gladly advjse you concerning the delivery of a Fordson tractor of car in which you are interested. Just phone us or drop us a card. "We or the particular The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORA TED V COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. but he changed his mind, as he could not remove his family and it did not suit him to be away from his wife and children. Eld R W Wallace, a native of this county, now pastor of the Christian Church, Valdosta, Ga , visited his mother, Mrs. Amanda Wallace, ana other relatives who .live near Colum bia last week. He was accompanied from Lexington to this place, by Mrs. F. C Bell and her son, Viley Bell. Mrs W H. Jones came into town with them. j .1 M i i 3$MrfS ' j ; 0 ! PERSONAL Mr R. F. Rowe was in Louisville last week. Miss Hattie Conover was auite sick a day or two of last week Mr. T, A. Furkin was on the sick list a day or two last week. Dra. S. P. Miller and O. P. Miller were in Louisville last week Horton, of Eastern Kentucky, is visiting in Columbia. Mr. Elmer Keene was amoDg the number who were sick last week. Mrs. Robt. Young, of Franklin, Indiana, is here visiting relatives. Mrs. Zora Winfrey is about in the same condition as we last reported. Mr. J. C. Strange made a trip to Louisville and back last Wednesday. Mr. B. The most interesting authentic information given out here recently in connection with the oil business was the statement made public on Thursday last that Mr. J. E. Carnahan, Canton, Ohio, owner of the Carnahan Oil Company, and president of the Carnahan Tin Plate and Sheet Company, will erect at Creelsboro without delay a refinery of ample capacity co consume all . the oil produced in that field. A ble location for the plant has been secured, equipment has been purchased, and machinery will be installed just as soon as it can be gotten on the ground. Mr. Jo Davidson, an experienced oil man from St. Mary's, West Va , is in charge of local affairs for the concern, and this i of itself assures the completion of the plant at the very earliest possible date practicable. Operators in the field will hail this in formation with much enthuiasm, for it solves the problem of marketing their product without any uncertainty or delay. Messrs. - J. Mr. Bryce Walker has returned to Master Jas. Garnett, of Louisville, came home with his aunt Jennie Garnett, who visited Louisville, and will spend several days, Gshing and swimming. Mrs C. F. Frazier, (nee Miss Cecil Conover,) of Wheeling West Virginia and her little son, Tom, and Miss Stella Conover, same city, are visiting at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conover. Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, of Vaughn, New Mexico, and her daughter, Miss Mamie Ineze, arrived the first of last week, to spend sometime with her mother, Mrs Caroline Jeffries and other relatives. Mr. John Sneed and his granddaughter, Mary Nancyv of Franklin, Ky. was in the News office last Wednesday. Mr. Sneed is a native of Adair county and has been living in Franklin rhrae years He called to subscribe for The News. Mrs. Wm. Coleman, of Nastuille, who vjsited relatives here started Have good music in your home good music to cheer, to elevate. Thomas A. Edison created the Amberola to fill this need. Sheriffs Sale virtue of execution No. 2109, issued from the office of the Clerk of the Adiar Circuit Court in favor of G. A.Spires against Mary B. Allen, I will, on Monday the 4th, day of July, 1921,it beingvthe first day of the regular term 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 By EVERY Get an AMBEROLA home needs That is why Then he went a step further. He made the Amberola remarkably low in price so that every home could .afford one. Amberola Come Edison's New Diamond OF7! l ' 'rgB, K th e " Wo rid ' creates t phonograph calae" his home, Glenville, from Western Kentucky. Mr J. M, Callison, of Cane Valley, made a business call to this office last Wednesday. Mr. Brack Massle made a business trip to Campbellsville and other points last week. Eld. F. J. Barger is still confined to his room. ' It is reporred that his condition is improving. Miss O. M. Reed is in the Norton Infirmary, Louisville, where she is receiving treatment. Mrs Collins Bridgewater, of Louisville, and her little daughter.Corinne, visited here last week. Mr. L. Smith, home via Indiana, last Wednesday, her mother, Mrs. Nannie Johnson, accompanied her to Indiana. She was' accompanied from Nashville by Miss Nancy Royse, who has been in school in that city. Mr. John A. Harris, of Columbia, Tenn., is visiting his relatives and many friends in his old home town. Mr. Harris is a teacher, and has gain- ed a wide reputation as an instructor. He possesses many noble traits of character, and his friends of this place are proud of the record he is making. Mr. W.'H. Sandusky and Mr. H. T. Richardson prominent merchant of Cane Valley, was here, on special business, last Wednesday. Mr. (R. E. .Tandy, of .Georgetown, &' Goff; Baker made a business trig to Monti- cello last week.' The former went with a view of accepting a position with the- - Bassett Lumber Company, lying in Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters of Green river, and levied on as the property of the said Mary IJ. in your own home, without ost or obligaAllen. Said tract of land contains tif tion. Call, write or pkon; today! teen acres more or less,and is bounded as follows: Beginning at a white oak H. TAYLOR M ZW Columbia, - - - Kentucky. and black walnut stump in a line of a 90 acre survey, and cornor to Otto Adams, thence a new made line S 78J W 32 poles to a stone a new made corner, thence another new made line N 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 See remainder of rriy Slippers. Men's and Boy?s down) now a stone, and corner to said ' a Big Reduction. Now is your chance..-- . Bailey and Adams, thence with to get a Bargain., ; Adams' line S 21 E4415 poles' to a ' a dogwood once stood, Reduction on Orchard Harrows, stone where Radius' and thence with another of said Adams' Shovel Plows. lines S. 19 E 33 poles to the bej ginning. I will proceed to sell said land, or so much thereof as will be Cane Valley, Kentucky. necessary to satisfy said execution which is for the sum of one hundred dollars and thirty of sale, and the purchaser will be reand sixty-eigh- t We are selling this week a speck 'per cent per annum quired to give bond with approved blend of Teas cents, with six fir-Colblended . special interest thereon from .the 1st, day of securety for the sale price thereof, to Drinks, ai25c perlfr. war $mt& January, 1920, until paid, also the have the force andeffect of a judgment) at 50c. Its'finV cost of said action amounting to the on which execution may issue if not Russell & Co... n paid at maturity. This the 11th day siim of fourteen dollars and forty-fivof June 1921. Fop. Sale- -a boy.'s saddle, i&tfT cents. Said land will be sold on a fc. Cortez Sanders, . ., ? l Sheriff-qAdair County J credit of three months from the day (. hear it. You can own the Amberola on easy terms. If you take advantage of our Trial Offer you can enjoy 'Three Days of Good Music FREE" Mm! I esSS II Closing Out. Suits at Double l. -- m;. smith: thjs-oflice- .V -- d e . f r - 1 'Z-r.Z- y.j ., 7 .- -. Ji i Kit' i t $ Announcements. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS poor ambitious men begin public Now You Understand Earthquake. life in that way in England. We are authorized to announce Jun- And he remained a radical untilJ In connection with the recent ius Hancock a candidate for County well past middle life. He fram- earthquakes in Mexico and CalAttorney of Adair County, subjec to the action of the Republican party, to ed the memorable budget bill, ifornia, a darkey prpacner in be expressed at the August primary to which wasdesigned to break up Houston, Texas, is said to have l be held August 6th. the great landed estates by tax- evolved an ingenious theory We are authorized to, announce W. ation. And then the war came, which, we must admit, fits -- very A. Coffey a candidate for rand, after serving for half of it well into existing circumstances to the office of Countv Attorney ofl Adair "county, subject to tne action of as Mr. Aaquith's righthand man, He is reported to have addressed the Republican primary, to be held he joined hands with the. extreme hib flock as follows: the first Saturday in August. h Conservatives, pushed Mr. "We has received anudder . As-auit- We are authorizsd to announce that i CL Carter, of Monroe county, is a, to the office candidate for oC Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th Judicial iistrict of Kentucky, subject to the Republican primary, to be held the ffrst Saturdayjin August, 1921. FOE COMSIOKWEALTH'S ATTORNEY The Louisville COUR ER--JOURN- AL The Great Paper of the Southland We are authorized to announce that A- - A.. Huddleston, of Cumberland FOR TAX COMMISSIONER. Ctatmty, is a candidate for to announce Rpl-ll- n ta the office of Commonwealth's At- We are authorizedcandidate for Tax B. Patton a torney in this the 29th Judicial dis- Commissioner of Adair county, sub trict, subject to the action of the Re- ject to the action of the Republican publican primary to be held the first party, expressed at the August priSaturday in August, 1921. mary out of power, took the warnin' not to go pesticatin' in Premiership himself, and form- to de ways ob Providence. De s of earf, my breddren, revolutes on ed a cabinet, the members or wnicn were, its axles,. and it takes a rteht and still are, Conservatives. sma't ob grease to lubbricated. When the war ended the reac- So de good Lord done put petion that always' come3 pushed troleum inside de earf to keep FOR MAGISTRATE. For Sheriff. out of office the leaders of the de axles greased. We are authorized to announce that political parties that had conWe are authorized tolannounce that "Den, bye and bye, 'long come W. B. Patteson is a candidate for B. O. Hurt is a candidate for Magi- ducted the war in every country all dese hyab ile companies, Sheriff of Adair county, subject to strate in District No. 2, composed of action of the Republican party, Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak an exceptEngland. The Democrat- punchin' Jjole3 in de ground the azpressed at the August primary. Ozark voting precincts, subject to the ic party in the United States reclear down into the bearin's, action of the Republicaan primary, ceived a blow at the Congression- and quensecontly all de ile come We are authorized to announce that August 6. al elections of 1918, and was squirtin' out. Fust thing we Geo- - Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff smashed at the Presidential know dere's a hot box, and de of Adair county, subjact to the action Mr. Lloyd George. oC the Republican party, expressed at George Cle- - earf squeaks and rumbles and election in 1920. the August primary. menceau went down to political dat's de earfquake. If dey don't The news comes from London defeat in France. Orlando has quit it purty soon dere won't be Wo are authorized to announce J. )&.. Wolford, of Casey Creek, a candithat the physicians of Prime been banished from power in no moah grease left and de earf county, date for sheriff of Adair Minister Lloyd George have per Italy. Venizelos has been ex- will stick tight on its axles and ,A action of the Republican emptorily directed him to sepa to the iled from Greece. But Mr. won't go 'round no moah!" party. tranaction George is still Prime Minister of Exchange. . rate himself from the of executive business for the Great Britain. He has been exWe are authorized to announce that Prehistoric Bird. C. Gowen, of Sparksville precinct, is a purpose of taking a complete tremely lucky in one way. The for Sheriff of Adair county, rest, and some of the London Conservatives, who do not love candidate subject to the action of the Republinewspapers read into the bulletin him, dare not desert him beToday the birds are all quite can, primary, to be held Saturday, an intimation that the Prime cause of the labor troubles. different than they were thouAugust. Minister's span of fiery activity And Mr. Asquith has met with sands of years ago. Many,many Judge For County is near to and end. great difficulty in reforming the years ago the first bird that was Nothing is gained, however, old Liberal party because sever- ever seen on earth wa3 called We are authorized to announce Geo. par- the Archacopteryx, which is a T. Herrlford a candidate for Judge of by accepting at its face value al of the ablest men in that subject to Winston Greek word meaning ancient the Adair County Court, the forecast of the pessimist. ty, including Mr. Sfra action of the Republican primary rt wing." Mr. George has had a series of Churchill and Sir Gordon fa be help the first Saturday in now Attorney General, It was a very odd bird It had hard chills, and hia physicians to remain with Mr. a long, thick tail with bows of ordered him away from hi3 have elected Wo are authorized to announce that have Gseorge, flesh and with feathers growing Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for office. That a break in his George. Of course Mr. im- from it. to the office of County It was not "like a bird's health is imminent is certainly politically speaking, is not Judge of Adair county, subject to the mortal. The end will come some tail is now, but more like a Sisfcfoaof the Republican primary to not established, and a safe rule be held the first Saturday in August. in such matters is to assume time to his political power, and lizard's tail. It had two legs it will be interesting to note if with which it couldwalk and that it will not come. n We are authorized to announce that end i3 precipitated by a perch in the trees. The British Prime Minister is B. Hurt a candidate for Judge waning of his physical strength, It also had two other limbs of the Adair County Court, subject to only 58 years of age, but he has or by a powerful change in pub- like hands, which it probably t,h Ramiblican orimary, to be held J crowded into that period an lic opinion. Louisville Post August 6. nsed to climb about the. trees amount of action thakfew, even instead of flying about from of the most successful men, get Some Points. for County court clerk. bough to bough as birds do now. in during the allotted space of Its eye was fitted with a sort years and ten. For ' We are authorized to announce Mr. three-scor- e Statistics recently made public or armor shield, as the reptile's. Coungingham Moore a candidatefor Mr. George's period of strenut ty Court Clerk of Adair County, show that there are sixty-seveIts beak was armed with strong Republican ous activity began when he was to the action of the men in the United States with teeth. party, as expressed at the primary, a mere boy. Many English an annual income of more than a 2jst Saturday in August. statesmen lead sheltered lives in Long Way to Go. million dollars. pubannounce Mr their youth, and enter upon We are authorized to It is too much. They can not S. C. Neat a candidate for reelection lic life amply endowed with pri The occasional attempts tp to Coanfcy Court Clerk of Adair Coun- vate fortune. Mr. George's ca- possibly use it, shd they are not ty, subject to the action of the Relikely to give away any consider- abolish tipping seem to meet party, as expressed at the reer has been more akin to that publican of it. That the with very little success. Harprimary, first Saturday in August. of the average successful Amer- able amount old Spendler, the English journican. He had a "furious early government does not take in alist, declares that since his We are authorized to announce that struggle for education." He taxation simply adds more milvisit to this country the evil has Miss Christine Nell, of Grady ville, is without friends lions to their pile, thereby reof went to the bar grown enormously. If we may for County Court Clerk money in his ducing the amount in circulation county, sublect to the action of and with little Adair be permitted to sing it, from the among the less fortunate. Republican party, expressed at pocket to keep him until clients the present outlook, 'It's a long came. He had to get clients earOn general principles a man the August primary. way . to Boston follow- has a right to all of the money announce that ly, and he did so, and he We are authorized to Transcrip. by he can honestly earn, but there W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is ed up early success at the bar Geo. a candidate for the office of County the daring step of accepting an should be a limit beyond which The Louisville & Nashville Court Clerk of Adair county, subject election to the House of Com- no man can go. Railroad has taken a wise step to the action of the Republican pri- mons with no accumulated forper If the government would set in announcing a twenty-fiv- e mary, to be held the first Saturday in tune to sustain him. a seasonable sum as the limit to cent, reduction in freight rates August. and a We will not here go over Mr. the size of fortunes and their on shipments of stone,-sanGeorge's picturesque political ca- - incomes, and- take possession of gravel used in public road conFOR JAILER. reer that may, with greater everything beyond that limit, struction. The prosperity of any We are authorized to announce propriety, be reserved for the there would be an end1 to the railroad is dependent upon the Frank Wolford Milfer, of the Eunice day when, either a weakening of accumulation of the' wealth of prosperity of the territory, is precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of his' marvelous physical powers, the country in the hands of a serves, and nothing so conduces the Republican primary, to be held in or a change in public opinion, few to the detriment of the to the prosperity of any August. or county as goods roads carries him out of political 'life. many. It is sufficient to say that no The principal prop of bolshev- - If there were a half dozen splen FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. man who has been prominent in ism would be knocked from un- did pikes leading into Elizabeth-tow- n he believes L. & N. freight America during We are authorized to announce M the public eye in der its feet, and justice, right business here would be doubled. o winfrev a candidate for generation has had such an and harmony iwould be more in Clerk of this tojthe office of Circuit Court The farmer would bring a great In purely county, subject to the action of exciting career. evidence than the growing unAdair deal more of the products of hja be vheld cowers we see no rear the Republican primary to 1921. rest that is now so prevalent. August, farm to market, and the town's the first Saturday in son to believe that Mr. George We are approaching perilously trade wquld increase ,to such an. outranks either Mr. Roosevelt or more incoming We are authorized to announce W. Mr. Wilson, hut in capacity for near to a state of financial feud extent that candidate for Circuit T. Price a political strategy he rivals either alism, and feudalism is the freight would be required to acCourtiClerk of Adair county, subject Republican t. 9fHnn of the primary theparty, He began his political life as an enemy of a republican form of comodate the needs of its first at the extreme radical. Almost all government. Central Record. ' Saturday in August. three-fourthsub-ee- o He-waAu-gos- t. on The Courier Journal is nbly edited; c is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always wil be found the chamDion 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 servic-- of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondent? at Frankfort and at Washington. i No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special arrangements we are nn" able tOOffer The Daily Courier-Journ- al AND THE Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia Thi3 offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. sub- Lu-Cia- HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn , Insurance Policy Protects every Minute sub-ec- n, insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE ' W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. AH Kinds-o- f Insurance 9 Tip-a-rarity- ." d "It is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need It and Not Have It." - The Only Sure Way is to - com-muni- ty se Us Eefore It Happens. -- - REED PROSv COLUMBIA', nsrsmRJsrcEJ ir aix its branches 1ST&. v ual - Advertise In The News ami-aaae- d w ry' i- ADAIR COUNTY NEW8 xsr Cord Tires for Small Cars at Lower Cost Goodyear have endeavored to give own Cord Tire, we fs of small cars all the cord tire's .advantages at a low price. When you see this tire you will say we have succeeded It enables the Tt?otdf Maxwell or Chevrolet owner to get a tgte identical in quality with the Goodyear Cprd Tif 6s that are used on the world's finest cars, for little more than he formerly paid for a fabric tire of the same size. You can Goodyear Cord Tire btty thi$ 30 Witk alj' its comfort, long wear and economy 'frbi& your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer today for only In our clincher type 30x3Vfc-inc- h -- 3-in- ch -- $24.50 The GooDXgAR TJRE Offices Throughout the & RVB?er Company World iIMS tfffeJ n Blft H jb 3w 3l 5hk k rZA K7 w 3. j t" fc Fr t3 ' ' HPSeeSL ' jfV 4tk. gnj Complete Stock of Goodyear products carried in stock at all times. The Buchanan Lyon Co Incorporated . Prince Albert's a new note in the joys of rolling 'em ! your own cigarettes, we'll tell you right here that Prince Albert tobacco has 'em all lashed to the mast! You've got a handful-of-happine- ss Talking about rolling coming your direction when you pal it with papers ! For Prince Albert is not only delightful to your taste and pleasing in itsrefreshingaroma,but our exclusive patented process frees it from bite and parch ! P. A. and the makin's stays put and you whisk it into shape before you can count three ! And, the next instant you're puffing away to beat the band! Prince Albert, is so good that it has led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where on- - 72s smoked before! It's -- And, for a fact, rolling up Prince Albert is mighty; easy ! P. A. is crimp cut and 'The amazing extent to which the public has become educated to the use of rubber heels may be realized by the fact that it is estimated that 115,000,000 pairs were manufactured in 1920 sufficient td equip every man, woman and child in the United States, and the population of Greece besides. Within the last few years production has jumped from zero to enormous figures and is on the increase. Some idea of the vast production may be gleamed when it is figured that the 1920 production, if placed end to end in a straight line, would extent without a break from New York to Cape Town about 10,890 miles. Piled in a single column, these 115,000,000 pairs of heels would tower 0,583,-33- 3 feet into the heavens, or 319 times the height of Mt. the lofty Himalayan peak that has the distinction of being the highest mountain in the worldl The immense surface covered by this vast amount of rubber would make a paved road 50 feet wide and 25 miles long, if the heels were laid side by side. Of this enormous quantity, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, largest manufacturers of heels in the world, produced 13, 295,727 pairs enough for the use of every inhabitant of New York, Chicago, Philadelphia. Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis and Boston. If placed end to end, they would extend 1,117 miles, equal to a distance from New York to St. Louis. If laid one on another, they would be 1,384 times the height of the WooL worth building, New York's highest skyscraper. The manner in which the public has adopted rubber heels may be indicated from the fact that total business in this line in April showed a 22 per cent, increase over the same month last yerr. The company's orders from manufacturers were 62 per cent greater in both April and May than in the same months of 1920 With the public rapily becoming educated to the use of rubber heels, and with a poten tial field of at least 200,000,000 of the 325;000,000 pairs of shoes made annually in- the United States, manufacturers see the timp coming when the use of leather heels will be a rarety. Ev-ere- st, Good-year- 's - Summit, 111. Mr. Harding and Mr. Lodgfc, Mr Amos Coomer and Mr. A Washington corresponcfenE Owen Roe, of Sparks ville, reach- of the New York World writes: ed here one day last week. We Harding entered? $b& . Mr. are glad to have the boys back White House with Mr. Lotfee with us again. Of course work saddled upon him as the leader is dull at present but the new of Senate. With that, of the comers, got on all right as they course, Mr. Harding had nothing' had worked here before. We to do. The absurd rule of sen-- ' would like ta see some more of iority made Mr. Lodge- the the boys come out as they can "leader," as if there is virtue in tell us all the fresh news. Mr. a gray beard, a dodderingform, Beckham Stotts returned a few or an atrophied brain. 5fov days ago after visiting his par- Harding and Mr. Lodge were1 Mr. Stotts says he never pals; Mr. Lodge ents. wanted" coulden't be satisfied; he had to Leonard Wood nominated, ancE come back to Argo. did not take kindly to Mr. HardThere is not so many of the ing's nomination; "he wasn't Kentucky boys out here now as quite big enough and he wasn't-quitthere were last summer, but we one of U3," according let - e wish them back. It was almost like home here last summer when there was so many out here as I guess most of the readers of the Columbia paper saw the list of the corn' crackers that was out here. Mr. J. C. Wooten, hasn't worked any since Xmas We was sorrow to hereof the Death of Claudy Stotts. He was a good christian and we believe he was saved if their was ever a man saved. We extend our sympathy to his wife and little children. Tnere has beea quite a few men taken out of the Cannal at this place. For a while here there were three taken out a day that was killed. Mr.t Dello Roe says two or three more weeks at this place is all he wants, he is going farther north. Mr.-- Otis England, of Iowa, was here a few days ago. He brought three car loads of cattle to Chicago, and came out to Summit to see some of his old friends, but only stayed three days. Hoping each and every one will take an interest in the News and give all us Hillbilleys out here the news. am yours truly, Glen-wood, 1 O. G. Wooten. Always Two Sides. and Mr. Lodge's remarks (prior to thps nomination)' were in the besf-stylof classic cod fishes. Hr Lodge, knowing the side-his bread is buttered, andt also being a candidate for re- -' election next year, bears no- !& sentments, and Mr. Harding harbors no malice, so that President and Senate might work together,-iMr. Lodge had the good-wi- 0 of his associates. That is ibe weakness of the organizatica.-Witthe exception of a fevjper- sonal friends, Mr. Lodge has- up personal influence in the Senate for Senators resent his dictator ial manner, his air of condeseEB sion, his ridiculous exclusfvea-css- . and thg impression he always conveys that nobody in the Seriate or out of it is quite so gooch as he Even with these qualities the Senate would follow Mm-iit respected his ability or hads confidence in his Judgment, bn it has neither. The scholar ro, politics is laughed at by sebcter-l-y Senators John Sharp Williams, a man of great erudi5o:nv once mordantly remarked. 'He grew eloquent; I take that back the Senator from Massachusetts never was eloquent for a minute' in his life, but he grew rabid"- and jeered at by politicians whose dictum may be faulty bui who know the world is- uo bounded by Nahant on the south and the State House in Bostoi code; e an-whic- the Brahmin h - f h - f J 5- - 6 - on the north. When you have read of the crime and quarrels and irregularities of life until you are deNews of State and Nation: sold in toppy red bags, tidy red tins, Prince Albert is Matter of Faith. - and half pound tin humidors and in the pound crystal glass sponge moistener top. handsome pound humidor with the greatest old buddy-smok- e way into a pipe or cigarette that ever found its ! "The next day Brown called on Smith. Smith, who felt pretty sore over the way he had been In War Terms. treated the day before, yelled SttOA M3N 'AMVdfflQD H3N3d 21DV3 out of the window: oavxiw 31DV3 ONVa Q3H 3H1 HilM 1I3N3J AVOTT3A 3HX HOJ SSV "Well, how was your recep-- I " 1 ain't at home!' aap3 3aij ui opiv J3IBDQ sw n aire joj tion when you got" hopie last Brown was aghast. 'night?" "'Not at home?' he said. "The wife laid down a word 'Come, come, you don't expect wrNFTOa' 0aVSIW31DV3 barrage," said the me to believe thati' L, retired to a previ- I man, "and Yes, I do, too,' said Smith right side. " ousiy prepared position. Yesterday your servant' told me The Turks fexplain that the Some people learn by The Seattle Council of Labor you weren't at home, and I be"How was that?", A cargo of 500 machine cnrjKr "progress thev are making againvst that if they desire to lieved him. Surely, then, when has called on the American Fed- for the "I slept on a "settee in the SinnFeiners a mule it is best ' to do it u th"- Armenian mtkys mediation hall." Birmingham I tell you myself I'm nota home, eration to stand for a Age-Hin New York hvTTrT superfluous. . hie face. day, with over time Prohibited. States authorities. ald. you ought to believe me.' " N.C. N joy smoke Copyright 1921 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Saleo. Washington Vanderlip, the promoter, was talking in New York about Germany's disarmament. "Germany declares she is disarming," he aaid. "But France declares she isn't. Who is to be believed? It's ,a question of faith, like the story, you know. "Smith called on Brown one day. He knew Brown wasat home, but Brown's servant told him he wasn't, so Smith went-away- . NS . ex-servi- Mrs. Caleb Powers was denied pressed and doubtful about the old world, remember that these a divorce by a Washington Juclg things are displayed because this week. By a vote of 270 to 70; Mar-let- te, they are news and because they Mich., declared against are unusual. They are the exceptional things and for that Sunday movies in reason they were printed with aJ Seventy-seve- n convicts have" big, black head over them. And escaped from the Frankfort refor the same reason you read formatory since August 5, 192Ct And if it is an article about Cyrus E. Woods, of Pennsylsome man or woman going vania, was named by Presi5s3t-Hardinwrong, rest assured that the as Ambassador vast majority of people who The Court ?f Appealahdtfiar read that article dariot approve of it. There are always two County Clerks were nof entitled sides to the things you see and to five per cent of the money' , hear and read about. You can't handled' in issuing auto licenses-judge properly the movement of John G. Emery, o GramT a whole army by watching a few Rapids, Mich., wa3 elected Cbrjo1 stragglers. So you can't tell mander of the American LegfOTt the trend of the human race by to succeed F. W. GalbraitrJhc rumors you hear flying about the was kill last week. streets or ugly things you read Milton E. Ailes, who stari3' in the papers. People generally his career cleaning ashes so& find what they are looking for, filling water coolers in the Treaand if they only look on the sur- sury Department, was alssteS face, or only listen to rumors President of the Riggs Naifanza? they are "hot apt to learn the Bank, the biggest bank in g to-Spa- ia - was-captured I er six-ho- ur t "'' v i r -. i j. 71. ! xjfcfit -- C '" 2 a' .. V "t ' ' .W"4 ?V 8 ADAIR COUNTY THE CELEBRATED KILTIES BAND. NEWS. AN ANXIOUS MOMENT UTTHE PLAY, "FRD3NDLY ENEMIES." .. .' to our Chautauqua, Is the txrcatest Scottish Band in the world JOcgialzed in Belleville, Canada, in lifik. this Band has toured almost iUft M -.- Tiie famous Kilties Band which is constantly, playing many notable , receipts for one day were over gagements and breaking records for 4,000 00. Besides being in the front rank as' admissions. At the Crystal Palace, London, the attendance was 170,000. a concert uanu, me ivnues nave iji'.ev; At Madison Square, Nev York, the "?' In their concerts. 'ffjer . fp-tur- programs include Scotch dances, with bag pipes, and the old time Scotch songs. They appear in full kilted regimentals and make a striikng P THE GREAT CLIMAX SCENE FROM THE FAMOUS PLAY, "FRIENDLY ENEMIES." &$&& &&B&MS& Vt'j. & sf;ifii.ir anns-i- i "N. HOMER B. HTJLBURT. "Friendly Enemies" has been the dramatic success of the last few years. It played for two years on Broadway. It has toured only the ' largest cities. Patrons of our Chau-bi- g tauqua will now have an opportunity to see this ?reat play presented by a company of New York players. T INDIAN SONGS, LEGENDS AND DANCES. Dr. Hulburt is an authority on the East Question, that so thoroughly 'commands the attention o the world years he was , today. For twenty-twiO&vtser to the Emperor of Korea on rst&to and diplomatic matters, being "recommended to that place by our i.yyn. State Department. His lecture (a oar Chautauqua will be a clear, 2orcoul discussion of the tremendous-lJJFar o y 1 by Tnurlo Lieurance, one of the r'nncess Te Ata and her company Dremost artists of the Indian Race, foremost authorities on Indian music, ives a program at our Chautauqua to present this unique and artistic Indian songs, dances, legends and program All are college graduates. and Their costumes are gorgeous isional dramas. These talented artists were select very costly. . , j j .a. w 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-lon- g Important and interesting situation jta the Far East. v The subject of his lecture is "The Oriental Chessboard." There has been no patriotic play quite so successful as "Friendly Enemies." Its message is true American-Ism- , convincing and persuasive. It is a play that everybody should hear. In the above scene through the love 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. , 11X111X1? mmffiS&l MmMMmmSSFmM IBH Irresistible comedy, as as a play can be, and the finest sentiments of patriotism combine to' make "Friendly Enemies" a play one afford to miss. It played two Quaint, y years on Broadway. It came to sas City last year for the second time, and played two weeks to packed1 houses. It 13 coming to our Chautan-cannKan-funnot da, May 24, 1908, they traveled two and honored the Kilties. They have and three months, visiting played at the Crystal Palace, London; the most remarkable world toiir ever twenty countries and covering 86,000 at the World's Fair at St. Louis; the accomplished by any musical organi- miles. Panama Exposition; Madison Square, zation. Starting at Belleville, Cana The Royalty, of the world has heard N. . and Coliseum, Chicago. :erts at our Chautauqua, has made years The Kilties Band, giving two con qua. COMES FROM MEXICO. DOWANWIN. SIOUX CONTRALTO. AN ELOQUENT SPEAKER. A VIOLIN QUINTET. s Princess Te Ata and her Companj give Indian songs, dances and iwU at our Chautauqua. Te Ata is an exceptional .dramatic reader and interpreter ol Dowan j the dances of the Red Man. is the greatest Indian contralto. These talented artists were select ed by Thurlow Lieurance, one of the foremost authorities on Indian muBic to present this unique and artistic j program of Indian songs, lullabies, i (legends and dances A part of their art will be of standard j program I songs. All are college graduates I Their costumes and are gorgeous ivery expensive. I BJg r'''vl f t AN IRISH ORATOR. Abel Cantu lectures at our Chautauqua, on "Mexico and the Mexicans," -- j Jessee, who lec"Hanging tures at our Chautauqua on "Demomeaning Dowanwin, Flower," who sings with the Prin- cracy, Divine and Devilish' comes heralded S one of the most eloquent cess Te Ata Company at our is the greatest contralto of speakers of the platform. her race. Dr. Charles C. Qhau-tauqua, The Five Spring Maidens are a. Sisters, all musicians since earlyt splendid strin? orchestra, with nuni-- . childhood. The program abounds in erous special features of singing, beautiful music. They are the open--i Three otjing day's musical attraction at our readings and costuming. the company are the versatile Luce j Chautauqua. v EUROPEAN NOVELTY MUSICIANS. A NOTED SOPRANO. 0, 0. MITCHELL. &Kkt$Jx& &' '''''v' v A PIPE MAJOR. r-- 1 a a native of 'and has written many fascinations tales of Irish life, many of which bav.e a prominent place in the lltera-tare of this country. , He is a world Ifrareter. His lectures cover a vast sad useful field of information, and Madame Lillian Ringsdorf, who "The Millionaire of Uz" la the Esia, my Country" which will bft sings at our Chautauqua, has a bsau ject of Dr. Mitchell's lactura at at our ChauUuatia, li kla subject tiful roice and charming manner. Ckautauaua. AapsL Jtoely. . JosepTi Devlin is Ire-ian- I sub- or From the romatic little country of ordinary in Its sweetness and thrill.Croatia comes to us on the second ing power. They use various size3 day of our Chautauqua a most un- of the Tamburlca, the native Instruusual and attractive musical organ- ment of their people for generations. They also play and sing man7 ization. The Croatian Tamburlca OrBag pipes, Scotch songs and dances chestra. They appear in the standard numbera of our country as are special features of the famous of their native land, singing well as our popular numbers. Kilties' concerts at our Chautauqua. ami playing their Slavic music, extra 1 cos-tim- es .- - -- V' fc. &f ,.i t'