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Curry died last Wednesday morning about 6 o'clock, aged about 14 years His name was n Casslus and was about Columbia. He had brain fever, the result of flu, he having been attacked rwith that malady last winter, and he never fully recovered. His death was very sudden, his father being en rout for a doctor when the end came. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon. Peace to the deceased, and may God comfort the father and well-know- Goes as Missionary to China. Columbia Chautauqua doubt, the best program ever sentljut by White and Myers Chautauqua company of Kansas City Missouri. They have spared no pains nor expense to secure for you the best talent in the United States, and- - have even Jockey street was well patronized gone abroad to get a "different" bron Lawrence, of Monroe county, last Monday, and several horses orchestra. This they secured in the presented his reasons why he should changed hand3 Booze was not In evCroatian Tamburica Orcaestra, which be nominated, claiming that he was idence like it wa3 one month ago-t- he plays the second day, Wednesday. The well fitted for the office and that strike on the bootleggers for 83.00 lecturers are the highest class men in Judge Carter had held the position a quart has had a good effect. the country, and they lecture upon brothers and sisters. most desirable place to live, and long enough. The Republicans of this the timliest.subjects. Abel Cantu on Mr. Dick , county are perfectly willing seed grow. For Sale. to try Mr. W. E. Harris and "Mexico and the Mexicans" gives a watch the Boyse have opened a store in the concisely clear in sight into the MexiGet Kiddie Kake Kones at the Carter for another term. We have no small building in Fini3 Rosenbaum's vote in making the nomination, and co situation as related directly to the interest in I want to sell one-haRoyal Cafe. will granting that Mr. Lawrence is quali- yard. They have a machine and my stock of goods also half interest in United States Joseph Devlin, who candy and many There was an interesting game at fied, legally and otherwise, were we a make their own my store building. I have a very good lectures on "Erin, My Country," will other articles. stock of goods, all new stock no old or leave you with a new conception of Lebanon, last Thursday, the contest- Republican we should vote for Judge ants being Lebanon against Columbia. Carter, believing that he is decidedly Ireland, her desire and her aims. All good3 sold at my store, the istale goods on hands. I have a No. 1, Our boys were in fine shape, but they the best qualified lawyer of the two. amount of 50 cents and up, will be de good building. Good location and a Homer B Hulbert, who was chief were defeated, the score being 3 to 1 The candidates for Commonwealth's livered.free in the corporate limits of good trade considering everything. envoy frcm Korea to the United Lebanon only got three hits off Co- Atrorney also spoke, Mr. Smith, Mr. Columbia. My stock of groceries is I will sell the whole thing stock of States and European countries, leclumbia and our team g- -t 7 off Leba- Huddleston and Mr. Sullivan. Mr. fresh goods and building, or I will sell stock tures on "The Oriental Cheesboard." non. The game was. exciting from Smith is a clean, upright gentlemen Stanley Epperson. of goods and rent the building, I now He is thoroly familiar with his subfirst to last. Our boys are delighted but in our Judgment Mr Huddleston a most satisfactory trade con have ject, and tells facts, indisputable facts with the trip to Lebanon, and think has the race won. In fact.it would be It is reported that there are five or sidering the dull season. I have other that hre hardly conceivable to civiliztyphoid fever, some of the they ought to have won the game. very difficult for any man to defeat six cases of reasons for selling. ed Americans. His talk up the 'treatpatients very sick, in the Sparksville Geo. W. McLean. ment of the Koreans by the Japanese, It cost dollars' to make a home him in this district Mr. Sullivan country. The people of Columbia t is one of the features of the lecture. beautiful, but Mr. and Mrs. H. N. followed Mr. Huddleston, and in his should put their premises in a good characteric manner presented his The New York Play. "Friendly Miller have spared neither time nor sanitary condition Feast in The Wilderness. At The Paramount Theater. claims. The crowd was in the best of Enemies," is a sermon in patriotism money in making ..improvements at o humor, and it will not have to wait that cannot fail to touch even the their residence. The extension of the long Needed at Vaughn Hotel. We have been asked to tell the readuntil the tale will be told. The The literary and musical entertain- toughest heart strings, and part them porch, the concrete work around It, ers of the News what is done at the ment ai the Paramount Theater, last the handsome hardwood floors, the primary will be held the sixth of for the entrance of sympathy and First-clas- 3 cooks, chamber maidj4 "Feast in the Wilderness." It is Friday night, was not at well attendmonth and one day from the whole building repainted, make it one pet- nothing more than eating and preach- ed as it should have been, owing and table waiters. Apply or write tas of the most inviting homes in Colum- date of this paper. After that date The Kilties Band, 18 of them, "The ing. The one that has just closed by haps, ro the extreme hot weather. Hotel Vaughan, Lebanon, Ky. bia. Hr. Horace Walker had the con- the people of the district will know Band That Toured The World?" the colored people.near town, was quite However, some of the best talent in whether or not, Tne News has an- - On Saturday of last week there was tract to do this work. Besides having plenty Columbia and the surrounding coun- comes on the last day, Sunday. They successful. nounced the result correctly. born to Mrs. Claud Young, Campbells-vill- e, have revised their program to fit into An ice plant with a capacity to furto eat, there was very good preaching, try was on the program. court-housbeing not Later The a daughter. She has been chrisand the minister In charge informs The following numbers were given the atmosphere of the Sabbath, and nish Columbia, 'Jamestown, Bussell able to seat the large crowd, the tened Murray Young, and her parenfir this paper that he raised one hundred and those who failed to hear them, the old familiar hymns, sacred songs, .Springs and the smaller towns of speaking took place in Wilson's and grandparents are very happy over and fifty dollars, which will be ex missed being handsomely entertained. and southern melodies dear to the Adair county, is badly needed' in Co- orchard. Tier advent. pended in further advancement of the Judge Jones, of this place, who Is The program follows, faultlessly hearts of Kentuckians will be played lumbia. It is reported that one large afternoon and evening. enough to meet said demands could not a candidate, but is evidently for Christian religion, rendered, and Very much enjoyed: For Sale. It is impossible to mention all of be bought for $2,000. If one could be Judge Carter, made the introductory Misses Alice Walker and Alma Colored Woman Dies. the meritorious peases of the program. purchased for that amount of money, address, in which he told the Bepublipiano duet. -One Polan China male hog rerdy for ' The Five Spring Maidens on the first some enterprising man or a firm, cans df Adair county to stand to law, Miss Louise Bennett, Beading, service , Ella, who was the wife of Dumk day, Dr. Charles Jessee in his lecture should open the plant. Miss Eva Walker, solo. the euforcement of it, and not to be 36 2t Bascom Dohoney. Fiowers,dIed last Wednesday morning ' Miss Louise Bowe, Violin solo. on "Democracy, Divine or Devilish," All accounts at Barger Bros,, due intimidated by a fd w men brought to about .1 o'clock. Her demise was not Miss Ethel Garaett, Beading. Dr. C. C. Mitchel in his lecture on from Monroe, wno claim 1st. Call and settle. Several stills have been turned up a , surprise, as she had been sick for Mesdames C. M. Bussell and W. M. "The Millionaire of Uz," they are Jul; ed they were for Mr. Lawrence. in Adair, Bussell and Casey counties Barger Bros. more than a year, and her friends knew Wilson, Vocal all exceptional programs and the 'best During his talk he made many point- recently. The whisky venders will Duet. Mr. Noah Loy is the Democratic ed statements, advising, Jtbt she could not get well. Besides Miss Alleene Montgomery, Reading in .the country. the voters to have to go. The government and iiarliusband, she leaves" 'three represent Adair and Tay- support the best qualified candidate, Mrs. Bussell and Miss Walker, is enjoyment, education, and candidate to There State authorities are after them with burial and funeral" was in the Piano duet. stimulus for everyone, in the White lor counties. He has just served this for Judge. a hot stick. county four years as Superintendent, colored settlement, near town. She and Myers program this year It is Chautauqiia Columbia's annual was a good woman and her death Is After a Long Illness. perfectly balanced, and the tastes of and is a careful, watchful man. He Ford For Sale. Tiiesday afternoon in the big opens deeply deplored by those who knew everyone are catered to with' extreme will poll the full strength of his party her well. Mr. T. C. Goff, commonly call care. You cannot but like it immen in this county, and encouraging, re- tent on the High School grounds.,, It 1916 Model, fine engine and in good ports come from Taylor county. Mr. is up to the public spirited citizens of Goff, the father of the Goff sely. I hope to see you all there. Shees and Harness Repairing. "Crit" Call Loy will go over the district, present- Columbia and neighboring sections, to condition. Bros, this place, died at his home, Yours for the best Chautauqua of Mra. John Conover, give their hearty support to this en ing his claims near Montpelier, last Saturday morn- your History. Columbia, Ky. Did you know we have, a new and terprise Season tickets are selling ing, He was a native of Cumberland We have installed an Electric Cone W. L. Hugglns, Jr. special shoe & harness repair man In county, for $2 50, plus twentytfive cents war Miss Minnie Skaggs, and Mr. J. Matt but a number of years of his Baker which keeps the cones Krisp tax, making.a Chautauqua Representative. opr shop? Did you know 'we carry a life were spent in Adair county. total of 32 75 for twelve Howell, of Greensburg, were married and Kremy. Try one. large stock of shoe and' harness materperformances. The big New York one day last week. The bride fs & When about grown he was a student For Sale. Royal Cafe. ial at all times? Did you know our play, 'Friendly Enemies," costs 81 00 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. in the male and Female High School, Smltbt prices have fallen and are hard to Mr. C. A. Reece had the misfor- for single adult admission, and the 18 and the groom is a prominent busithis place, and while in school he 50 camp windows and frames combeat? Half soles either sewed on or boarded with his uncle, Mr. I C.Win- plete. 12 lights, 10x15 check rail, in tune to get something in 'his left eye piece Kilties Band is 77 cents single ness man. tacked on. All work guaranteed. frey. He spent the last fifty years of good condition. Price, $3.25 per set. two months ago, It has been giving admission performance. With the July seed Irish potatoes for sale at Bring or ship your work in to us. on each of these per 1 sash. 6 lights, without frame 75 his life in farming and trading. He Or him a lot of trouble, and he came to ten per cents Stanley Epperson's store. Phone No. 94. Columbia last Tuesday night, to re- formances, ten cents on the play, and leaves a wife and quite a number of cents. T. G. Basner & Son. J. C. Sublett, sons, who are grieved on account of main with one of his sons, and have seven cents on the band, the total of Mrs Tinie Nelsonr93 yeara old, tha Columbia, Ky. these two single admissions is 31 85, widow of Pyrrhus Nelson, who lives Boute A, Box 429, Louisville, Ky. his eye treated. It 'is hoped that he this dispensation of Providence, and 36 3t will not lose it though he has met more than half of the price for the en- in the Milltown country, was out his old school mates, yet living will be Arm Broken. tire program on a season ticket. To picking blackberries, last Tuesday: sorry to read of his death. with but little encouragement. pay single admission prices for the July 7 Last Day for Filing. Last Tuesday, Mr. Pomp Wilson, The interment was in the Columbia All schools that have teachers will twelve performances costs $7.45. It We are sellinglthis week a specia wno lives at Cane Valley, hcd the cemetery and the religious exercises begin Monday,, July 11th. is therefore, a saving of nearly $5.00 blend of Teas blended specially for The Kentucky Election Law proMur-rel- l, Loy. misfortune to get his left arm broken, were conducted by Eevs. Jesse L. Noah Cold Drinks, at 25c per lb., was priced to purchase a season ticket. vides that all candidates for county or B. V. Bennett and J. T. Lloyd. just above the wrist. He was driving at 50c. Its fine. magisterial district offices who desire Monday was the day for 'circuit a team, and in some way was thrown Gass Given. Russell & Co. We Repair Ail These Things and their names printed on the official bal- court to open, but it was the 4th of from the wagon, with the result as lot for the primary of August 6, must July, and the day was taken up by supernmary of the town wilL I am now prepared above stated. He was attended by Make Then Work Like New ones. to give .The file their application with proper speakers for office. A very large please take charge of the moon. local surgeons. county clerk thirty crowd was in town and business was gass for the painless extraction ' Machinery of nearly all kinds, bicy affldavite with the For Sale A boy's saddle, call at There is no demand for farm lands cles, sewing machines, talking ma- daysbefore the primary, which makes fairly good. The institute was also of teeth. this office. H. W. Depp, Dentist. in session, and the chautauqua opens in the" Bounty of Adair and will not chines, electrical devices and etc. If July 7 the last day for filing. Quite a ndmber of sales were made Let every body buy a season be until better times manifest them- we don't fix it, doesn't cost you anyit Katydids were hallooing last Tues- on the public square last Monday, Bicycles for Sale. tickets selves. Farms that brought ten and thing. Phone No. 94. day night the 28th of June. Accord- some at a sacrifice. twelve thousand dollars two years ago, If you want something good try an ing to the old adage we will have T. G. Basner & Son, can not be sold now for half the Three bicycles and one new one at Ice Cream Cone. Eld, Wood Cundiff will preach next Columbia, Ky. frost the 28th of September. The tojnoney. In Central Kentucky a numRoyal Cafe. bargains. T. G. Basner & Son. -Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Eld. bacco should all be cut before that of farms were sold two years ago, ber Columbia, Ky. Verner W. Hairslip will preach front Paid List. . time. t The first day of the Community fof WjOOO'tiud $50,000, the purchasers the same pulpit at night. Mrs. Finis Wilson, who was a Miss Chautauqua staats d cash, are being given this afternoon. paying Lady Agents Wanted. The following are new paid subscrib- Griffith, before her marriage, died at All 'day singing andjdlnner on thd ;nfAlpjBing the first payment. Everything indicates that the people ers and renewals since our issue of last Greensburg one day last week, leaving ground at Tabernacle church next k& J. who will attend will be well pleased. To sell our line of Lady Love Toilet Sunday July 10. Wolford Brosand besides her husband two small chil- Good music, fine lectures will be the sale, at Camp- - Tuesday. Hrt'Xs,HKearnes' Laige others will sing. Wm. Harvey, W. W. Sinclair, Solo dren. MissMaud Griffith, who once program for the entire week, includ- preparations. Easy , work belteville, was called off. It was adcommissions. vertised to meet some urgent debts, mon McKinley, Sam Damron, Creed taught. here, and has frequently visit ing next Sunday. Let e'very body seThe town is full of people thl wKK Lady Love Perfume Co., but a friend came along and furnished Hood, J. P. Traylor, H. C. Baker, ed in Columbia since, was a sister of cure a season ticket. The1 places of entertalnmlno , 49104912 Linden St, Hr. Kearnee with .money sufficient to Mrs. W. B. Walker, A. S. Chewning, the deceased. The body of Mrs. WilI . cult court, the chautauqua ajift t&l . NorwoodvOhio. Cottage for rent. f meet all demands. "A friend in need, L. T. Williams, Miss Louella Garrison, son was taken to Auburn far ' v - atitut. , 7i3fc W. F. Cartwright. Mrs. Dona Collins, W. B. Conover. in deed.'' ie f: & lf 36-3- The Chautauqua program for CoMiss Julia Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Allen, of Danville, lumbia's approval this year, is without Ky., will leave August 20 for San Francisco, whence she will sail for Nanking China where she goes as a 'living link' from the Danville Chria tian Church. For the next year Miss Allen will be in the language school at Nanking, after which she will teach In China. Miss Allen graduated from Ky. College, South Hadley, Mass , where she was graduated last June. This year she attended the College of Missions, at Indianapolis, graduating June 1, when she was ordained a missionary. Next Sunday, June 26th will be known as 'Julia Allen Day' in the Danville Church. The members will celebrate the day in an appropriate manner and pay a tribute to this worthy young woman who has decided to devote her talents and her life to Christian Work. Louisville Times. Miss Allen is a cloee friend and class mate of Mis3 Leonora Lowe of this city and visited Miss Lowe in the summer of 1914. Those who met Miss Allen remember her very pleasantly and are glad to learn that she has made so noble a selection in her life's work and wish for her a great success. Last- Wednesday afternoon, in company with,,Mr Gtep- - Nell, T A Firkin and Fred Harris we motored to the farm of Nell & son, on Burkesville pike It is the farm that Nell & Son purchased of Mr. J. T. Goodman, and some years ago it was owned by Mr It is a splendid farm. JaSf English acres in corn, We found thirty-fiv- e some of it ready to tassel and ten acres in oats, almost ready to cut A large portion of this farm is in grass and hands were busily engaged, stacking hay. This farm is on the new pike leading to Grady ville, and when the dwelling is put up it will be a - - Circuit Jndges Race. The Eepublicans of Adair county are general for Judee J. C. Carter for reelection to the office of Circuit Judge. But very few votes will be cast against him in this county. He presented his claims for re election last Monday, and the large number of Bepublicans who heard him are enthusiastic in his support. Mr. He- The people of Columbia are urged to buy season tickets for the Chautauqua. To pay at the door will not benefit the guarantors, and besides we will not have a chautauqua next year unless this pays out. A Chautauqua i3 educational, an entertainment that is not only enjoyable, but profitable. Do not fail to buy a season ticket thi3 morning. Au-gust.o- e d, 'this-count- y chlld-ren.T- he , to-da- y. one-thir- ai-ciC- T f Ir .' : -- ' y :, :- - jj. 3J .; n. - - , JUsw!,: . v A- ? d& ,far ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS to lend a whelping hand to her neighbors. She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, three daughters: Mrs. G. C. Smutz, of Parks, Nebr.", Mrs. S. B Brown, of Haigler, Nebr.-- , Mrs. Leer Lambert, of Marysville, Calif.; three sons, Herschel, of Escalon, Calif., Arthur, of Anderson, Calif., and Edwin, of Haigler. Also four sisters; Mrs. Katie Sprogue. of St. Jo, Mo., Mrs. Belle VanCleaf, of Fairbury, Neb., Mrs. Carrie Bergen, of Hebron, Neb., and Mrs. Cora McTheeny, of Williams, Neb., four brothers: John and Frank, of Fairbury, Neb., Ben, of Nebraska City and George of Omaha; seventeen grandchildren and twelve great grand children. Funeral services were conducted at the home Tuesday, June 7th by Rev. Kellogg, of the M E. church, of Haigler and the body laid to rest by the side of a son cemetery. in the Hackberry Relatives present from a distance were Mrs. Lambert from California, -- John and Frank Grissom and Harry VanCleaf, a nephew, from Fairbury, Neb. The Saint Francis, Kansas, V A Time for Action. . The Louisville Evening Post, 'which rendered s conspicuous public service, in unearthing the scandalous, circumstances surrounding the pardon of Frank Blair, is right when it declares that the whole State is interest- Publication by a newspaper in This new low price McClean county of the stateis made possible ment that a Virginia farmer by strictest econ shipped a load of spring lambs omies and special into the Nsw York market to be ized production. sold and a few days later rePlant No. 2 was ceived notice from his broker to erected for the sole purpose of making cents as the anremit seventv 30x324-incimals brought that much less fabric tires: than the charges has stirred the With a daily caLouisville Live Stock Exchange pacity of 6,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pro against him. to comment on the desirability duction on a quantity basis. The temper of the people of of the farmer utilizing discrimAll materials used are the best obtainable. The quality 13 uniform. . the State is to acquit Gov. MorIt is the best fabric tireever offered to the cr owner at any price. ination in shipment. The Exrow of any intentional wrong- change is vitally concerned bedoing in the matter, but if he cause of the discouragement wisties public opinion to continue such reports cause in regard to Tire repairmen, who judge values best, class these tires as having the e n car manufacturers use sturdiest carcass made. in that charitable mood toward the present movement for betthem as standard equipment They are the quality choice of cord users. Mm, he must do something more ter bred and more livestock which than talk. the Exchange, the University cf Mr. Galvin, the shrewd Repub- Kentucky College of Agriculture, 30x3-inc- h lican leader in Covington, whose the Kentucky Purebred Live ii Women's Bathing Suits. stock Associatibn and the United connection with the 1915 campaign gained him States Department of AgriculU State-wid- e notoriety, and who ture ar promoting. Particularly The old, old controversy about Mr. Ernst's personal mana does this report apply to the bet bathing suits for women is again was SOUD ger in the campaign last fall, ter grade sheep campaign and raging in tne uast, and we see CO. should be called on the carpet to as effecting the Farmer's Better the usual crop of absurd orders detail his activities in the cage. Sire Sale of 200 pure bred bucks from Atlantic City, Cape May, He should explain why he felt and ewes and 2,000 high grade Coney Island and almost every ewes to be held at the Bourbon place where men and women go . called upon to extend the hospiStock Yards August 11 under into the sea. tality of his automobile to a EAGLE "MIKADO"PencONo.174 The whole thing is based, upwhose pardon he the sanction and approval of had been instrumental in procur- those mentioned above. Decid- on the absurd idea that there is ing, and whisk that convict ed improvement in prices is in- something immodest in a woman pw dicated, the Exchange says, if dressing for ocean bathing in for bale at your Dealer Made In five gradea away to Paris, Ky., where the ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND will offer quality an the same manner that custom . latter might catch a railroad the farmers EAGLE MIKADO imals on the market, for quality and common sense dictate for train to flee to safety, when he EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK pay, even when trade is dull. men. There is nothing in it. declares that he did not know Cardui "Did the convict, and had no personal Breeding of better grade sheep' There is no more reason why a Wonders for Me," or pecuniary interest in securing will bring a big return experts women should be compelled to EVERYTHING IN Declares This Lady. of the University of Kentucky wear stockings when bathing in ' his release. College of Agriculture declare in the surs than why a man should. "I suffered for a long He should explain further the support time wilhwomanly weakof the statement by the Somehow or other the women, conflict between his statement ness," s3ys Mrs. J. R Exchange. With the selection although they Simpson, of 57 Spruce are the ones inthat he never saw Blair before of the proper market and study St.,AsheviUe,N.C. "I finally got to the place the pardon was granted, and the of its price movement the farm- volved, seem to take less interwhere it was an effort for est in this matter than in other statement of the Warden of the er will be enabled to get satisme to go. I would have questions pertaining to rights. penitentiary that Galvin called factory bearing-dow- n pains in returns all the authori- They should take the matter up my side and back es- on Blair upon as many as wo ties agree. In this the United and settle it, if for no other occasions while Blair was in conAlso Ellwood and American Fence. back, and down in my WA States Department of Agricul- reason than to stop this perpetufinement. ture agrees wfth the Exchange al debate. Evening Post. deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily upMr. Galvin, or some one else adding that distance of haul and r set. who knows, should explain why, time are important factors in B. C. Johnson, who claims CO- TAKE at absolute variance from the livestock shipments. Lexington as his home, was arrules of the institution, no recrested in Harrodsburg by Sheriff Incorporated J. R. McKinney. Clell Coleman on the charge of 16 Caal fiatkei Street' Between Plrst and Brooh ord was kept of his visits to see Obituary-Mr- s. Blair, and that the assistant sutransporting liquor. His auto' Louisville, Ky. R. McKinney, a pioMrs. B til & 1 perintendent at the reformatory mobile and thirty gallons of ji gj m resident of Cleveland Run hailing from Mr. Galvin's neigh- neer whisky were confiscated. A necessity of screening against township, was found Jby her &mmnm&mummm& bor city of Newport, and who man in the car with him. whose the fly is now pretty generally H husband in an unconscious conAccept was charged with the duty of r The Woman's Tonic name Johnson gave as Wilson, understood, but there are many dition in the yard where she Wo Substitutes recording Mr. Galvin's visits, E3 escaped. Johnson had,- - been people in the world who look had been feeding her chickens "I heard c! Cardul and was discharged from 'the service peddling fruits and vegetables in upon flies as a nuisance rather decided to use it," con- - VA about 5 o'clock Thursday eventhe day after the exposure was Harrodsburg for several weekp, than a menace. In disease an tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I ing, June 2nd. Dr. Deal was saw shortly it was benemade. was suspected that he ounce of prevention is worth a fiting me, so I kept it up called but nothing could be done fand it and it did wonders for Some of these facts and cir- and' she passed away in a short was 'transporting liquor. Sher- pound of cure; so in guarding me. And sines then I iff Coleman was advised that against the house fly, prevention cumstances seem to defy expla- time. have been glad to praise Johnson was on his way to nation, but Mr. Galvin is entitled Cardui. It is the best is the best antidote the surest Nancy Grissom, Ermine woman's tonic made." B Purely over the Perryville prescription. Keep the premisto his day in court and to explain s daughter of John and Harriet pike Weak women need a and with two deputies es clean that he ma ",die a Vegetable them if he can To himself, his tonic Thousands and orn in Adair Grissom, was went out to meet him. They en- horning," for like the good Inthousands, like Mrs. Administration and to. the State county, Ky., November 28th, Simpson, have found countered Johnson, who turned dian, the fly is best when he is Gov. Morrow owes it, that this 1849, and died at the family fc his car and made an effort to es- good and dead. Try Cardui for your trou- opportunity be given Mr. Galvin F.9 home in Cheyenne county, Kan- cape. m kw RTfl m mr ar ca mm v ror r fu zii ikh n ta After a chase of half a at once. 921. She was sas, June 2nd, When the people can be made recognizes, or married to James E. McKinney, mile during which several shots The public to understand that it actually We are pleased to see .many thinks it recognizesin Gov. Mor- pctober 22nd, 1867, To this un- were fired at Johnson he stopped money to citizens taking active interest in costs more in time and DRUGGISTS row, a man reckless in utter- ion eight children were born, and surrendered, but his compoor road than it improving their homes and panion escaped. Head $480 in travel over a I. so ance and careless in actjon,who, six of whicli survive her. The does to travel over a- - good one, grounds, A little effort on the his pockets when searched. in the Blair episode, has been family moved to Missouri in they will be less inclined "to be- part of each citizen would give duped by an astute and influen- 1878 going from there Nebraska rJJHLcfca.r-tSfc- 1 ?w Much, can be done in" every grudge the expenses of good th town a prominent position tial leader of his party. in 1879 and coming to Cheyenne household 0 suppress the fly roads, and what i3 more impor- upon the map. Nature has done Race and blood tell the story. jl That is what the jmblic thinks county in 1887. and to cleanse the premises is, tant Nstill, will be willing and much for us in picturesque scenIn Japan there is one divorce to xMw, buc that is not what' the She was converted at the age the best way possible to safe- - anxious to put the business of ery, now let us do much for our- every seven marriages, while in 'public will think if Gov. Morrow of sixteen and lived an active guard the annoying, dangerous road making into hand3 of in- - selves along the improvement England there 13 only one divorce .remains silent for another week, Christian life being t ever ready and of times deadly pest. The i telligent men who understand it. line. to every ten thousand marriages. h ed in the affair. The State is demanding, as it has a right to- - demand, 'that all the facts of the Blair pardon be brought to light. It is well enough for Gov. Morrow to say, "I have made a mistake, I am sorry," but hislrepentance is barren unless he uses the full power of his Administration to expose and punish those who were instrumental in procuring this pardon, whereby a notorious bandit and crook was turned loose with serious Federal charges pending as he has remained silent since he issued his plea of repentance. for him to say "I am It Wrry," but it is not enough. The issue of Morrow" vs. Galvin has been joined, with the State of Kentucky as the jury, and if the Governor .fails to make a swift and earnest effort to bring out all the facts, the charity which is nov felt for him, will soon turn into condemnation and contempt. News. is-we- m VM i N ," fc A' """A ll E-To- wn 30x3 Standard Non-Ski- d Tire Non-Ski- d 1 Firestone Cord Tires Forty-sevehigh-grad- Guber-natori- al 32x4 34x4 " Cord New Price $24.50 a u u 46.30 54.90 BY LUCIAN BELL COLUMBIA AUTO COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, - robber-- convict, RH vv uy 5 Suffer? 2 to ROOFING a Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted.. Stael Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 3 & I H 1 I . fa rfe ?IU I , 1 1edf ord's IPf 1 kg Har-roesbu- rg .fc3 1 liver Medicine I 3 gy HB' I trow: a rB s 1 m -- fera ' 1 X M-- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , Little to Long. A bishop was making agramo-phone record of his most famous sermon for the benefit of prosr perity, In ended: "And then we shall all go to heaven." At its conclusion, oblivious of the still Vanning machine. the prelate turned to the manager with the words: "I don't think that will be too long, do you?" Result, when the record was put on for a test hearing: "And then we shall al go' to heaven, I don't think." Tit-Bit- s. Joyalty and good will of the thousands of employees of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company were pledged to the new management at a recent meeting of the Industrial governAssembly ing body of workers who participate in managing the big facpledges were tories. These made in the form of a resolution presented to President E. G. Wilmer. That the resolution was more than a "scrap of paper" has been shown by remarkable increases in production per employe, reductions in waste and improvements in quality of product. Full And now we are told that the oil "fields of Mexico are waning, and that there is not nearly so much oil under the ground in that country as has been believed. We take there statements with a grain of salt. The great oil companies have been .too anxious about the fate of their properties in that part of the world's area not to have known something definite about what they were contending for. A diplomatic campaign is being waged with Mexico on the sub-jeof these oil deposits, and it may be that the foreign oil companies are seriously considering suspending operations until the Mexican government decides to treat them fairly. ct BIG $ G - STOCK - ff clothing 9 9 I am now !reatiy to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. -- I have an immense stock and receiving new I can interest you in prices. If you need any supplies daily. - Kittie Hallowell. thing in this line, call at once. Did you ever hear of a kitty by a big life insurance company shows that out of every 100 men who would be accegted for life insurance at the age of twenty.flve 36" will be dead at the age of 64, and the remaining 64 will be situated thus: 54 will be dependent upon relatives, friends or charity. 5 will be supporting - themThe Chinese government is selves by work. preparing to send a commission 4 will be wealthy. to the United States to study 1 will be rich. the effect of our national pro hibition laws. It is a little too A Splendid Offer. early to gather any really accurate information about that. It Here is a proposition we make to may be three and it may be five readers who want a city paper, but do not want a daily: years before the full results of We will furnish the Adair County prohibition will be noted, and, News and the St. Louis for that matter,, some of the Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in generation that saw and patro- Kentucky. To subscribers living in nized the open saloon will have other States $2.40. Globe Democrat to pass away before organized The resistance to prohibition stops. is one of the best and newest papers But, striking a rough balance, published in this country. We do not how long this proposition will is succeeding in know prohibition hold good, therefore, if you want' the America. Per capita consump- papers, call or send in your subscription is decreasing, although of tion at once. course, there are some who drink harder - than they did in All sensible people who have the means and opportunfty. rethe old days. cuperate themselves by frequent g pauses for recreation. They do Following the production of May, announce- - not defer this period of pleasure ment was madeJune 7 of anbth until the closing months of worn er cut in the ' various models of out life. They are too wise to the Ford car. This decrease expect impossibilities of nature brings prices close to those of the recuperation of an utterly r dates. The cut was exhausted body They are gratemade by virtue of increased ful to heaven that they, possess manufacturing efficiency and by the means, which is wisely used the unprecedented demand "for to prolong a useful existence. Ford cars, particularly during the past three months when A full Democratic ticket has governmaximum production was main-- been nominated for the tained. Announcement was also ment of the city of Louisville. made with the price cut that Melward Emmart was named wages would not be reduced and, for Mayor. He is a prominent according to a statement by Mr. business man and plans for his Ford, there would be no shut- election and his subordinates down this summer to release have already started. ' men for harvest since there is no Cut in wages on 210 railroads scarcity of farm hands. in the United States became ef The railroads have made a re- - fective July 1. An investigation Twice-a-wee- k Twice-a-wee- k record-breakinpre-wa: who "went downstairs, turned on the gas, opened the oven door, and get his own supper?" It sounds like a but it is strictly true, writes a trustworthy correspondent to Our Dumb Animals. On the gas pilot hang two tiny balls, which offered investigation, and with a little pull the gas was brightly burning. In the disconnected stove that makes a table for the gas plate is an oven, which was opened by this investigating fellow, who knows his second meal is always placed inside. Kitty was just a little stray, brought by his mother up to the doorstep one rainy day, when she went away and was never seen again. Being brought up with dogs, he has many of their habits. He has performed many wonderful tricks, but we think his lighting the gas was the make-believe, , SHOES! SHOES!! I tny stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. v. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. i I BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds Rid- - J at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need' on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. i i i WOODSON LEWIS GR.EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. J jfe What will they do with all that John D. Rockfeller, Jr., has given '$100,000 to the Y. M. C A. Nooei peace money wnen tne 7K ns league abolishes all the wars? Good business men neither doze nor bulldoze. With King Alcohol on-last Much talk is usually an indic-tio- n legs, how long will his dancing partner, Jazz, be able to staftd? of little thought. his f)K MORAK 5c Colun bia Barber Shop liOTVBJ L A. The University of Kentucky is for himself has little use for conferred degrees o'f 177 at the Give us a Trial and be Convinced. commencement exercises Wedbrains. nesday. y )K A mosquito has 21 teeth, all of which may be seen through a The Senate last week, by a vote of 37 to 34, defeated the microscope. House bill regulating the meat Jy g Jj Truthfulness pays in the long Money back without question U HUNT'S GUARANTEED packing industry. SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES run, but it often overlooks the (Hunt'9 Salve and Soap),fall in Used Years of Itch, Eczema, Ten armed men bound the the treatmentetierorotnemcn-In- g grocery bill. njnu'wonn, i i skin guards and robbed the Ripy treatment diseaiea. Try this at our risk. Nothing holds its own quite Paulf Drufl Co. plant at Lawrenceburg of 287 like the bald spot on the dome cases of whiskey. of a man's head. Apparently there is a lot of The allies will have to sharpen HENRY W. DEPP, news coming from that Geneva their knives before tney can succonference that never happened. cessfully carve Turkey. DENTIST Tiie Woman's Tonic Joseph Maxey, who was a Mrs. A. D. Rhelburne, Am permanently located in deputy Warden at- Frankfort Sold Everywhere was killed when she penitentiary, has been forced to rib ' Columbia. was thrown from a mule. resign on account of the scandal All Classes of Dental Work Done. big improvement is reported recently developed in the Gover A Crowning and Inlay Work a in the rubber trade, with tire nor's pardoning of notorious Specialty. sales showing large increases. Blair. All Work Guaranteed ' So many women are smoking Office: next door to post office. Veterinary Surgeon and Deniisl s of & Mr. J. M. Rickardson, who for that men are beginning to forSpecial attention given Disease majiy years was editor of the swear the weed as effeminate. Domestic Animals Glasgow Times, now the postOffice at RealJence, 1 mile of town, om. .Paris dressmakers have de- master in Glasgow, underwent a ameatown road. Everybody seems to be anxious duction in freight rates on severYet when a man does have creed long Marts as the result of very difficult operation in LouisG. al articles which go into build- greatness thrust upon him he the sentiment in the United ville last week. It is hoped that to help the farmer by proposing Columbia; Ky '" '' plans for somebody else to doit ings and all road materials. he will soon recover. really ihinks he has achieved it. Stated The man whose only thought Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactioniand Gratification are Guaranteed. ECZEMA! &f au 40 CARDIII J - f 5 I f L. H. -- Jones .- . , - $" - . " 1X. fesgau-M.8- -, - X jfpeV """" "si" " ( j&r.&pvts ? jx ,, mS AS " V T" 3? J " , - 'I rf teje ad iik cbtYtfws ' fldair i Goaivty Kevtfs Published On Tuesdays ftt Golnn6ia.. Keivtacky. L wm w9t w&zm r- liv llll llll llll 111 IP 4 A " E.MURREL.L.'Z- - Edtor! !Mgr MftS. DAISYIHAMLETT MKS.ittssAjB. l KLjMnV TWrHWu H2M A I Listen Folks! ! 444444444 4 130-Acr- A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the Interest of the city of ColombiaSand the People cf Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered at the Columba' mail matter, Post-offic- m tFHKWWfaSitfSffiiWflk III mTiT . v A " Ramsey & ed Shearer's Valuable Gardens, e Farm, rtJfV'J fywfc5 Vll e as second III AmI lM l Mib IMl miri Sub-divid- Into Baby Farms, Truck ttc, at TUESP. JULY, 6. 1921. With the Fordaon With the Fordson SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: ?L50 Kentucky "ii $2.00 of Kentucky Outside AH Subscriptions are due and Payable in Plow A6W 'jW ' Disk ,' TnicVJrirlc MMt1m9 wwmm llll llll 1 fl llll V TT m Harrow With the foraaon FOR RE.EL'ECTION. With?5L Thresh WhhtheForfn I Bale Hay Saw Wood WHh the Fordson Whether in the field, around mcjcaui, ' . Fordson Tractor is doing won- cost and thousands llll 111 We have not consulted the gen- tleman as to his probable candito the office dacy for of Judge of the Court of Appeals, this district, but we take It that he will be a candidate for re-electiTe-electi- on where SJSSrS of , llll llll I I llll KJi farmers every- - 1 With the Fordwn With the Forfon Pump Water No matter what the farm task, if it can be done by motive power the Fordson can do it, and do it well. I I V g TT Q JT j PUBLIC SHLE Wednesday, July 13 ON THE PREMISES AT 10 A. M. SHARP. 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 homes, fine high class, hospitable citizenship, etc. In fact one of the, best inland (owns in the Srate of Kentucky. 4 p 4 4 llll llll to said position. We refer to Judee Rollin Hurt, of this place, who has made a most acceptable Judge, and is now ' Grade With the Fo'rdon With the Fordson Pull Stumps Fill the Silo ofthecountryandineverykind of field and belt work prove the 170,000 now in use in all parts j V r A TT A JT fyl Ql II IB II j1 I Chief Justice of the bench. He is at home, taking his vacation at this time, and he is kept busy shaking the hand of his numerous friends, all anxious to vote for him, knowing that he is & lawyer of ability, and his social qualities make him exceedingly popular with the voting population throughout the district. He would certainly have no opposition from the Democratic side, and it is just as certain no Republican could defeat him, He has but few equals as a lawyer, and his social quali ties are the best that is possessed by, man. He is popular on the bench and his colleagues speak In the highest terms of his ability as a Judge. He is a man .that says but little of himself, and at no time has he given out his future intentions. He can without opposition be in his own party, and it is very certain that he could not be de- . eated by a Republican. His decisions have been full and care- j fully prepared since he was in- r 1 flucted into office, and when he ! makes a decision, the merest tyro can readily see that he is This paper will be glad , right. i to support Judge Hurt should he and should j stand for lie eo before the people for en dorsement, there is not a doubt He but he would be is a man who stands for the right, upon all propositions touching the interest of the people, .and his Adair county friends would oe giaa to Know tnat ne expects to be before the people to the office of for Appellate Judge in this district. Scrupluously honest, he knows no man in rendering his decisions, the kind of man Kentucky wants to see continued on the bench of the highest Court of, the State. It is Hurt ,for reelection throughout this district re-elect- With the Fordson WUhthe FcriTon Trmr Feed I I I efficiency, stability, and relia- bility of the Fordson Tractor. Call, write or phone for the Ml HI l: j JL I I facts Learn now just what the Fordson means to yoo in the day's work. -- llll. llll I I 1 fetertfct,. jg&s'' $625 - - J'"1--"'5-' tt into baby farms, truck gardens, etc,, in This desirable property is now being mile. tracts from about three acres on up to about 5 acres. It has a pike frontage of over one-haThe tracts facing the pike will be in about 3 to 5 acres. All of this land lays exceedingly well. ' meadow, cow peas. etc. Has tobacco barn 40x60. Beautiful building sites, elegant It k 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. bridle is off. They are game enough to let YOU say what it is worth. YOU name the The price and they will make the deed get busy! Real estate is the root of all riches. It doesn't rust, decay nor get out of style, good y and better tomorrow. The safest place in all the world to invest your dollar is in 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 vaiuejby leaps and bounds. Your population is increasing rapidly all the while and no more earth sub-divided 1 lf by-W- to-da- being made. Every now and then we have depressions in values, but it is of only short duration and the next wave will carry jt higher than ever. All of us have to eat three times a day, have clothes to wear, houses to live in, etel 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 of an OPPORTUNITY it is knocking at your door RIGHT NOW ACT! ABSOLUTELY FREE! To the person guessing closest to what this farm will bring, we will give away $10.00 in gold; to the person guessing next closest $5.00 will be given. 4 The Buchanan Lyon Co. ,INCORPORATEO Columbia, - Kentucky. At a convention, held in the Paramount Theater, this town, a week from last Saturday, a committee of five men was named to select some Democrats for certain offices. The Committee selected Gordon Montgomery for County Attorney; Evan Akin for Sheriff and Charles P. Paxton, for Circuit Court clerk. These men agreed to run and have filed their declaration paper, and will go upon the ballots to be voted for at tfie November election. gentle They are all first-clamen, and should they be elected they will make splendid officials. ss 4 4 Terms exceedingly easy and made known on day or sale. Look this property over carefully and meet us there on sale day, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 th at 10 a. m., and pound your bids at her. For full particulars see, write or phone either the owners, Ramsey and Shearer, Monticello. Kentucky, or ed . i re-electi- d. re-electi- .The Court of Appeals, Judge Rollin Hurt rendering the decision, decided that Mr. Emmart was not eligible to make the race, on the Democratic ticket, for Mayor of the city of Louisville. As we write, the party is look ing for another man, and it is likely that one will be found who will enter the contest. The of Louisville Administration needs a change, and it is believed that a good, clean Democrat can win the Mayoralty race - at the coming election. " I have to cater to any special interests; it had no election debts STANFORD, KENTUCKY, COL. J. B,' DINWIDDIE, On The Block. to pay to privileged classes; it did not have to listen to a horde of lobbyists. It simply had to make a business tariff and pass it, and business at once adjusted itself to the new schedules. ESTABLISHED 180S Still, the Republican party goes The country and the world" have Incerporated 1P06 right on claiming to be the busi- waited long enough to knolv The Peoples Bank of Metcalfe County ness man's party and lots of just what kind of an association Kentucky. Edmonton, good people, who either don't of nations you have in mind. If Thompson. Pre?. C. J. P. Carver. Cashier J. R. Wilson. know the facts or. don't take the you delay much further people A. J. CAPITAL. SURPLUS and PROFITS $32,000.00 time to think about them, go everywhere will inevitably conDEPOSITS OVER $23,000.00 you have no clude that either right on believing it. Wc pay 4 per cent, per annum on time deposits and issue certificates of deposit for same, dtfa i and concrete plan at all or else that 12 months after date. Where interest is added at end of maturity period, customer receives combefore In a most raspectful but ear- you propose to put party har- pound interest on his money. Funds deposited on time can be withdrawn AT ANY TIME amount maturity of certificate, upon surrender of certificate and forfeiture of Interest ONLY on nest letter to President Harding, mony above world welfare." drawn out. Republican leader Mondell Hamilton Holt, editor of The Ingood citizens of Adair among years, we some Mr. Frank McGrath, a leading For over 20 county. have numberedpleased our best customers,by of the We shall be (Wyo ) promises that the tariff dependent (New York) calls upto receive deposits mail or otherwise. Democratic politician of Louisbill will be reported about July on him to disclose his plans for ville, was run over and killed by 1 to the House, and the fact that world peace, declaring that the Wilson's Prayer. Tuesday. Business Phone Res. Phoe in dis- time has come for him to redeem an automobile last Republican members are passed over Lord of Nations, agreement over some of the his promises in this respect. Af- The machine that N Dr. deceased was heing driVen For this sick and wasted body cam- the schedules, especially wool and ter recalling Mr. Harding's by a small boy. The death of I do not pray, lumber, indicates a long and sul- paign promise to seek to estab great loss to Keep sacred my country's honor DENTISTtry debate. The making of a lish an Association of Nations, Mr. McGrath is a city and the Democratic par- Just for today. the tariff bilffurnishes a. good illus Mr. Holt says: "You have not Make her pledges inviolate ty of Kentucky. of the business methods yet given the American people tration All through the fray; and the Re- the slightest inklin g of the terms Office.JFront Rooms Jeffries BTdg. May thy precept guide her statesmen of theDemocratic Mr. Wm Howrd Taf t formerly For these I pray. publican parties in expediting of this Harding Association that the President of the United Lord, for this tired and thought-worUP STAIRS. legislation. In the Democratic you propose shall supplant the States, has been named by Presi mind Congress elected in 1910, the Wilson League. . . . You dent Harding as Chief Justice of Ne'er would I fret; COLUMBIA, KY House passed a tariff bill within cannot hope to get public opin the Supreme court of the United But the blasted hopes of a world thirty days after it was organiz- ion behind your association withStates. The Senate has confer- Would I regret. ined. The Republican parfy has out taking your countrymen not that p'eace dream sink in dust red the appointment. It.is a life Let Or fade away; had control of Congress now for to confidence." Pointing out time job. For the peace and love that is not For it was born on Calvary's Tree. 27 months; the tariff question that Democratic support is necFor these I pray. not has been under consideration for essary to the ratification of ,the Judge Huston Quin, of the And Dow Edgerton in Literary Digest. Lord, for this still and withered hand about 8 months; the present Con- covenant of such an association, Coutt of Appeals, has been namcare; Born, to the wife of Fllmorn Reece, gress has been in session nearly because the Democrats control ed forMayor of Louisville by the I do not Nor forfthe acfd cup of hate ' June 28, a son, to the wife of K.Reece, of the Sen- Republicans. three months, and a tariff bill is more than t That I must bear. July 1, a daughter. just about to be 'reported. The ate, Mr. Holt continues: "Mr. bleeding. hearts of men. Democratic Congress, however. President, the time has come for 25 bushels July seed Potatoes for But for the iGIVE US THAT- - NEXT JOB. Who grope today had these advantage: It did not you to redeem your promises. sale by Nell & Cheatham. i HUGHES & McCARTY 4 fr 4 444 444eMSMfr44Hfr44$,fre$4e0 Vice-Prb- s. 13-- B. 13-- A J. -- Murreil , n to-da- one-thir- d , 'tf& tV wH V fljSv -v : :J,&i ,, s,l , J a . X-. v. gfebMtfjjfca&g. vv v. - . f t . :, j t ; ,,TgE. APJUftOyNTY.flEWS Mr. T. Earl Williams, Burkes-ville, one of the wide awake 1' OIL KND OHS Adair ,Ciimberland, Russell Counties, Kentucky. jf32K BY E. T. KEMPER. Mr. Geo. H.lPalmer, president of the Palmer Oil Company, with headquarters in Columbia, has gone on a trip of some two or three weeks to different pointB in Ohio. During his absence he will visit his home in Cleveland, which will enable him to look after some important business matters in that city. Mr. Palmeristates that they expect to resume drilling operations in this section at the earliest possible date after his return, and that they push the work to the limit. Mr. Palmer has great faith in Adair county developing into a wonderful oil field. for the hauling of the machinery equipment for the big refinery they will erect near Creelsboro. The plant will be, located on the farm of Mr. Cyrus Campbell, just off the Creelsboro-James-tow- n road, and in the midst of the Creelsboro field. It will have a capacity of 200 barrels of crude oil every twenty-fou- r hours. Shipment of the equipment is assured not later than the seventh of July, and the refinery Is fully expected to be in active operation within the next thirty days. Mr. Chas. J. Pogue, vice president and manager of the Old English-America- n Oil Company, men in the oil business, was in town Monday and he was very optomistic in his statement re garding the future of the oil business in Cumberland oil and gas leases are as solid investments as Liberty Bonds. The refinery of Messrs. W. F. Eakin & Company, which was destroyed by. fire a short time since, has been rebuilt and , the former capacity doubled. A reorganization of the concern has been effected, and they are now in shape to take care of a large volume of business. Their boat and barges used in the transportation of crude oil on the Cumberland, are tied up at Celina, Tenn., awaiting a tide so that they can proceed to the Creek field, where a good supply of crude oil is ready for shipment. Baker-ton-Brush i7' .4. y-- , n U) fi I: lW.1ltt!WE'ft&A& "k $415.00 f. o. b. Detroit. CSfcR r ,. . . represent the most thorough and motor car fae tory in the world, turning out the best car on the market todaythe most adaptable to every need of every class of people. ..,.We. up-to-da- te all-rou- nd Mr. 0, C. Fink, this city, drilling for the Reed Oil Syndicate, Columbia, is,, now pretty well along with well No. 2 on the farm of Campbell Bros,, near Creelsboro, and he expects to complete same within the next few days. From his present location he will move on to the farm of Mrs. D. G. Orton, a short distance directly west of the Campbell holdings, where he is under contract to begin a well for a syndicate, in which Messr3. Walter and Roy Armstrone, Creelsboro, are interested, not later than the 15th of July. Mr. J. G. Elmitt, field manager for Weller & Company, Bir- Birmingham, was a visitor here during the past week, and he reported their drilling operations on the J. S. Williams farm, Creelsboro, were progressing very satisfactorily. Well No. 1 is expected to be completed within the next few days, and they are counting on a real "gusher." This location is very near both the old Gabbert well COL. ARMSTRONG'S and the McMead wells. CUMBERLAND COUNTY ITEMS. Pipe Line representatives, who were looking over the terri-- . tory along Cumberland river re-- ; cently, gave out very little in-- ; formation regarding their intentions as to building a line to the territory, but they dropped enough to warrant the belief that it is their intention to con-- , strupt a line to that section juBt as soon as crude oil prices begin to show an upward tendency; TheFord Service organization," of which we are a branch, is- - the most extensive as well as'he.most intensive organization of its kirfd'in existence, consisting of over 18,000 Service Stations in the United; States. It is our duty to uphold the high ideals of the Ford: organizations in this territory, to deliver cars as promptly as possible,, to give quick and 'thorough repair service and courteous treatment to all customer. : B i'i- - j W u COMMENT ON CEN- The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORA TED s Southern Oil & Refining Company's deep test on the Russ Gilbert farm, Brush Creek, drilling at 700 feet. Fine sand en countered at 045 to 675 feet. The E. J. Schabelitz Oil Com- SUS REPORT OF COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY HORSES The War Department Is Interested In the Increase of Pure-Bre- d L: 2? mi mingham, operating in the Creelsboro field, believes in doing things right now. A few days since while a guest at the Creelsboro hotel he met Miss Ercie Brown, a local young lady, lady, and a mutual admiration society was organized without delay. The members of it were bo active that before five days had gone Miss Brown had become Mrs. Elmitt. The groom is 55 and the bride is 19. pany's well on the A. A. son farm, Morri- Horses Howard's Bottom, this "There is the now drilling at 300 feet, with ex- country today of utmost need in numincreasing the horses, particularly tra good indications. Several ber of those of the thoroughbred type, on strong flews of gas encountered. which the War Department must depure-bred Mr. A. A. Free drilling on the national emergency." Sam Cheatham farm, Little Ren-o- x The above is a passage from the pend for its cavalry mounts in case of Creek, drilling at 500 feet. Chief of the U. S. Army Remount ServIndications good, and comple- ice, relative to the 1920 census of Kentucky horses. tion due during the week. The uneasiness of practical, patri- statement by Col. Frank S. Armstrong, "OhBoy! Afc flais tf heli&H ''.vW& ?f I LIKE my job. AND EVERY onco. IN A BUT DAYS do 'come. WHEN SKIES are blue. ABOVE THE city smoke. while. Little Miss Mary Susan Arm the Frank Kraft farm, located strong, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. between Fanny and Sulphur Roy Armstrong, Creelsboro, the Creek. After having been tied doctor being'associated with his brother, Mr. Walter Armstrong, in the development of their extensive oil and gas holdings in that section, celebrated the twelfth anniversary of her birth on the evening of June 18th, by giving a party to s6me fifty of of her young friends. Music, dancing and delicious refreshments were the order of the evening, and a most delightful time was spent by all present. The eed Oil Syndicate, Columbia, drilling on the farm of Campbell Bros., in the Creelsboro field, are down something around 150 feet with well No. 2, and they have , encountered some very fine formations. They have already had a show of oil and quite a flow of gas, and Mr. 0. C. Jink, in charge of drilling operations, who was in town the latter part of the week for the purpose of having some repairs made to machinery, states that he believes fhey will make one of the biggest "strikes" ever seen in the Creelsboro field. McCaskey & Associates, Lex- the situation was amply justified by ington, ready to drill in No. 1 on the lesson of the last great war, which so strikingly demonstrated the value of the horse in connection with mod- otic men like Colonel Armstrong over ROLL OVER. OR MAYBE sit and thinks up with a fishing job, drilling has been resumed by Dr. iFinzell and associates en the Ode Radford farm, Brush Creek. This well should be in this week. Soon as completed rig will be moved on to the John Radford farm where a number of test wells are to be drilled for the n and prominent operator, Mr. W. K. White. well-know- The E. J. Schabelitz Oil Company, drilling on the Bud farm, Bear Creek, five miles East of Burkesville, drilled in a good well on Saturday last at 1,100 feet, with thirty feet of fine sand. Hud-dleston reported that within the next thirty days Pennsylvania parties will be drilling on Upper Little Renox Creek, where they have a block of some .500 acres of choice leas- e3. Exact location of first well not as yet selected. Reliable is at hand that at least six test wells are to be Bryaa. drilled at once on south side of Cumberland river between Nee-ly- 's Ferry and Sulphur Creek. Mr. Jo Davidson, field manaville, passedhere Saturday: e ". ger for the Carnahan Oil 'Com- Parties back of the project vare We very mucn encouraged, route' to Joppa to sse his,brothe tor, are have Fresh' Bread from Camppany, was in town the latter among the big operators., of, the bellsville every day afc 'Epperson's jMrf Jk,0 Cabbellwho 'is veri Mrs. Jonnny lucicer is very. They seem to be much better. -;':llow with typhoid fever?1 " country. part of the' past week to arrange Store., Born, to the wife,: of Will is -( A It reliably JUST SIT. ern warfare and revealed what would have become a pitiful shortage, had AND THEN I think. AND EVERY once. i the Germans held out only a very few I would do. WHAT IN A while I'd light weeks longer than they did. Nor must we forget the importance IF TTrere boss. ONE OF my Chesterfields. of breeding better horses more extenAND OH Boy. I'D OPEN shop. sively in times of peace. Better bred horses mean better work horses; betI GUESS that AT TWELVE o'clock. wouldn't JS ter prices for them, and a readier marAND CLOSE at one. SATISFY! ket. The 1920 census figures indicate that H WITH ONE hour off. r Kentucky, as usual, will lead her sisif ter states as to both number and class FOR LUNCH, and T. Sa ys, of horses, but even we are far from COMPANIONSHIP ? WOULD GET old Sam. such a cigapproaching what should be our quota arette as Chesterfield for In either count. 2 TO RUN me out. Just as mild and. Colonel Armstrong's statement in i smooth as tobaccos can be but IN HIS big six. full Is as follows: with a mellow "body" that satisfies even cigar smokers. On lazp-day- s "Despite the very small amount of AND DROP me off. or busy ones all the time pure-bre- d stock, as compared with the you want this UNDER A greenwood tree. total number of horses in the state, I believe that, when similar figures for BESIDE A Dabbling brook. the other states become available, a . Have you teen the neto . comparison of all will show that KenAND THERE I'd lie. AIR- - TIGHT tins of SO ?, .KA. ' . .' tucky still holds its rank as the foremost state in producing thoroughbreds. "The relatively small percentage ol thoroughbreds and of other classes of pure-bre- d stock included in the total number of horses in Kentucky, is a general, and not a local, .situation, and the other states probably will show even smaller percentages. The same conditions, I am told, prevail with livestock other than horses, though probably not to the same extent as with the latter. The census report upholds and justifies the position taken by the American Remount Association thai Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co- there is the utmost need in this country today of increasing the number ol pure-bre- d horses, particularly those ol thoroughbred type, on which tht the War Department mustidepend for its Ozark. ,Mr. J. N. Murrell, who has White, recently; .&5on.. H'ocirkr cavalry mounts In case of nationa" been very low, is improving and baby getting along nicely.. emergency, and which it met with great difficulty in procuring in suffi Mr. and Mrs. David busy last slowly. cient numbers during the recent war , Our farmers were of McGaha, visited relatryas-her- e The national need of upbuilding and week cutting oats and grass. Mrs. J. H. Barger and , Mrs. thoroughbred American, increasing Saturdays who are taking can not, in my opinion, be over The corn crop looks well, and W. G. Roy, horses Mr. L. C. CabbelI,of:,Dimi emphasized." most every body are done treatment from the Indian doc- - stir. THE PAPERS on my desk. AND BREEZES BUT MOST likely. i ; . w- - 'W.--4&- I, r steady-compan- y! -,- S Jtics terilciu ? BT CIGARE TTES ipr 1 -- - -' . - - , '. : J kv A" - .... v-v- ' - c "l T :'Aw ', J" i(& ' JV 4 fc . I v. ' &a .! 'kip d.sBQsiiT- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS m s Announcements. FOE CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR COUMTY ATTORNEY. -v Weareauthorizad to announce that J: C. Carter, of Monroe) county, is a to the office validate for of. Circuit Court Judge in thithe 29th Judicial district of Kentucky, subject to the Republican primary, to be held We are authorized to announce W. A. Coffey a candidate for reflection the first Saturdayjin' August, 1921. to the office of County Attorney of Adair county, subject to tne agtion of ATTORNEY FOR COMMONTVEALTH'S the Republican primary, to be held the first Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce that " We are authorized to announce Jun ius Hancock a candidate for Countyl Attorney ofJAdair County, subject to the action of the Republican party, to be expressed at the August primary to be held August 6th. Jv. A. Huddleston, of Cumberland County, Is a candidate for Rol-Ii- n to trie omce 01 uommonweaitn's At- We are authorized to announce Tax B. Patton a candidate for torney in this the 29th Judicial disCommissioner of Adatr county, subtrict, subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held the first ject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August priSaturday in August, 1921. " mary - FOR TAX COMMISSIONER. For Sheriff. We arerauthorized toannounce that W. B. Patteson is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to oe action of the Republican party, 4spressed at the August primary. FOR MAGISTRATE. Ozark voting precincts, subject to the action of the Republicaan primary, We are authorized to announce that B. O. Hurt Is a candidate for Magistrate In District No. 2, composed of Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and be true, and yet thereislhuch to say for the short skirt. It is certainly hygienic, and, if the fashion is not pushed to extremes, graceful. We fear that our Brooklyn contemporary is preparing to get itself in bad in the argument it offers for this change in style. It believes, or pretends to believe, tnat the skitrs are to come down because those who wear them were not pleased with the exhibit. That journal, flippantly perhaps, observes; "To the philosopher the skirt has the democracy of man's evening dress. It decorously hides the inequalities of fate. It ministers to the understanding. It gives the charm of mystery to what, if disclosed, might be a disillusionment." Louisville Post. ankle-concealin- his Some in Washington county. Although in ailing health for several weeks, death came unexpectedly and Ms thought to have been due to paralysis. He is survived by two daughters. All the residents of a town are partners, not opponents. In all likelihood the more business done by your rival the more you will do. Every merchant who treats The Louisville COURIER JOURNAL The Great Paper of the Southland - g his.customers honestly and fairly will get his share and the more business that can be secured by united effort.the better it will be for all. When a town ceases to grow it commences to die, and the mor,e people try to kill each other off in business and good name the more rapidly will utter ruin come to all. Stand together for the advancement of every citizen. m . is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- The l the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journsurpasses all its competitors in equipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Time3. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. al No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special We are authorized to announce that August 6. Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subjact to the action Give it to Him. of the Republican party, expressed at (he August primary. We are authorized to announce J. asked of Congress, as some of . Wolford, of Casey Creek, a candidate ior sheriff of Adair county, sub- our contemporaries seem to beset to the action of the Republican lieve, that Secretary of the Trea- News Happenings. Concerning Courtesy. President Harding has not party. We are authorized to announce that candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary, to be held Saturday, August. For County Judge We are authorized to announce Geo. . Herriford a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to ihe action of the Republican primary to be help the first Saturday in Au- C. Go wen, of Sparksville precinct, is a gust. We are authorized to announce that Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for to the office of County Judge of Adair county, subject to the jbcttoa Republican primary to fee held the first Saturday in August. of-t- he Lu-ela- n We axe authorized to announce S. Hurt a candidate for Judge nf the Adair County Court, subject to the Republican primary, to be held jLagust 6. for County court clerk. We are authorized to announce Mr. gingham Moore a candldate"for County Court Clerk of Adair County, sub-ec- t to the action of the Republican j&rfcy, as expressed at the primary, :arst Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce Mr S. C. Neat a candidate for reelection to County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the primary, fir3t Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce that is of of Miss Christine Nell, of Grady ville, $ candidate for County Court Clerk Axiairoounty, sublect to the action the Republican party, expressed sury Mellon be permitted to do anything he wishes to do with the foreign debt, even to the point of canceling some of it. The request made is much more moderate, aDd is confined simply to the granting of authority to make such extensions in the matter of interest payments, redemption of the capital, etc., that may seem in the best inter ests of the country, after consultation with those who owe us this 9 billion dollars. The authority asked for should be promptly granted. This is executive business and should be handled by the Secretary of, the Treasury. Nor should that officer be placed in position whereby he would be forced to aslf the consent of Congress before accepting any and every proposal that our debtors may make. After all, this is a situation wherein we must take what we can get and in the way most v feasible. As to the cancellation of debts the Evening Post, for one, "has always believed that this country might, with propriety, cancel the 350 millions owed to this Other country by Belgium. But cancellations are unwise. in no event can there be any cancellation without specific authority from Congress. Louisville Post. DOOM OF SHORT SKIRTS. Dr. R. H. Moss has been elected County Health Offcer of Larue county. The summer normal school at Liberty opened the other day with an enrollment of 51. Rev. Joseph Ballou, for fifty-fiv- e years a minister of gospel, died at his home at Stanford. Prof. Fred Smith, of Danville, has'been engaged as instructor by the Campbellsville brass band. Prof. Smith formerly lived in Lebanon. Five of the, eleven teachers who took the recent examination in Larue county for certificates were successful in passing. All five were awarded second-clas- s certificates. License has been granted in Taylor county for the marriage of Mis3 Elsie Noel and Monroe Vernon Graham, both of the Merrimac section. The wedding is to take place July 6. E. L. Cundiff was chosen County Superintendent of Schools of Casey county for a term of four years by the County Board of Education. He has filled the office for the past four years. The Somerset Journal says that during the past year nearly two hundred new hom63 have been built at that place, and that are something like twenty-fiv- e now under construction. James Franklin Brown, veteran of the Union Army and a well known Hodgenville citizen, died at his home at that place of infirmities due to age. His widow and eight children survive. Treating a customer like a rich uncle, so that you may extract his coin, is not courtesy arrangements we are now able to offer The Daily Courier- - Jourual AND THE that's foresight. Offering a seat to the man who enters your office is no courtesythat's duty. Listening to the grumbling, growlings and groanings of a oore without remonstrating is not courtesy that's forbearance. Courtesy is doing that which nothing under the sun makes you do but human hindness. Courtesy springs from the heart; if the mind prompts the action, there is a reason; if there be a reason,, it i3 not courtesy, for courtesy has no reason. Courtesy is good will. Only the generous man is truly courteous he gives freely, without a thought of receiving anything in return. Exchange. Hotels for Horses. Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you perfer an evening newspaper, stitute The Louisville Time3 for The - you may subCourier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. X at News from Paris is all to the Hope by the Rev. A. L. O'Shea. We are authorized to announce that effect that the short skirt for The groom was formerly a school Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is women has ha"d its day at that teacher but recently was appointa, candidate for the office of 'County capital, and that, beginning in Court Clerk of Adair county, subject the fall, Paris styles will decree ed a rural mail carrier. Every Thursday B. J. Thorpe to the action of the Republican priMissAddie Ballinger, daugh travels one hundred miles in his much longer dresses. In fact, mary, to be held the first Saturday in George" Ballinger of New Ford to visit a club in San Diego, the reaction has already set in, ter of August. Haven, and Lonnie Harris, son California. So often has he and we are told that at the open Lloyd Harris of Elizabeth-town- , made the lengthy trip that he ing of the greataace,. meeting at of " JAILER. FOR were married at New Ha- has been nicknamed "One 'HundreChantilly a few days ago a mawill make their home d-Mile to announce jority of the wo- ven. They We re authorized Ben." At one of the J?rank Wolford Miller, of the Eunice at Elizabethtown. biggest meetings of the club rewalked about the enclosure precinct, a candidate for Jailer of men L. E. Rue has been appointed cently, Thorpe not only drove gracefully trailing Adair county, subject to the action of "wearing Republican primary, to.be held in skirtB that covered the ankles" acting' postmafeter of Danville one hundred miles to the convothe August. successor cation but he drove right up to and the verdict upon that style and will serve until a Wood, who recentthe banquet table in his Ford. of dress was, we are informed, to W. Logan FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. ly resigned has been chosen. Mr. The banquetfwas held on the top "decidedly favorable." is a candidate for Sheriff floor of a building but this did ' Weare authorized to announce M Th Brooklyn Eagle, which ap- Wood of Boyle county. CfWinfrey a candidate for not impede him. The Ford .was pears to have made a study-o-f Circuit Court Clerk of office of i;the county, subject to the action of this more or less important ques Miss Myrtle Mae Brown, taken apart .and reassembled. Adair H. Brown, and Before the banquet it was hidden the Republican primary to be held tion, believes that an .appeal daughter of J. 1921. of by a screen, but at a signal the fine first Saturday in August, from the Paris styles is "un- James Pickett Tribble, son thinkable." According to this W. A. Tribble, were married at Ford driven by Thorpe sped We are authorized to announce W. authority the verdict of the.Paris: ttie home of the bride's parents, around the banquet hall. He T. Price a candidate for Circuit en- drove up to the table The groom is stepped Courb,CIerk of Adair county,, subject dressmakers will be" accepted at Parksville. out of the car and grasped the to the action of the Republican party, with cavil by their sisters of gaged in business in Danville. a6 the primary the .first expressed ,. England and America. It may . - EUia Steele, farmer, died af gavel. August. well-dress- ed the August "primary. Earl Johnson and Miss Monica Smith were married at New In that section of Berlin known as Charlottenberg there is a veritable hotel for horses. This hotel if we may be to call even a de luxe provides luxurstable a hotel ious quarters for the horses of a Berlin bus company, as well as rents rooms by the day, week, or year for horses visiting or staying permanently in the city. The structure, which is of brick, is three stories high. On each floor there is a roomy balcony running the full lenghth of the building and available for exer cising the horses. An inclined runway leads to all balconies. A'corps of uniformed attendants look after the horses and give them every care and attention that efficient hotel service can devise. Scientific American. per-mitt- ed HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE X X W. T. PRICE, Agent ''Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance "It is Better to Have it and Not Neeii It than to Need It and Not Have It" The Only Sure Way is to se Us Before It Happens. REED ISrSTJR-AJSTC- E BROS- - 1ST ATTi ITS BRAyCHKS : COLUMBIA, KT. Advertise In The News i Saturday in V i wwm &.- - A P j.- , ,' 4.- - gAfefegL . - -- tf f 't J qranary jyiijre wtrs pVBSrv"" " X AD&R.COUNTY NEWS, Ridge Farm, III. Talking Schools Out f Politics. ? What Would You GivtT By Far the Best Tires We Have Ever Made Good as Goodyear Tires have always been, they are even better now More improvements have been made in them in the last few months than in any equal period in our history. Larger, stronger, heavier, and more durable than ever, Goodyear Tires in every size and type are today by a wide margin the most economical and satisfactory you can buy. You can get them now of your nearest Editor Adair Co., NewB: As 'this is' my first letter to the paper will give a few items from this place. The health of this country is fairly good at present. We have had a nice rain which waB"badly needed. The farmers 'are getting along fine with there work. They are cutting their fall wheat and rye. Mr. George Dickson, John Dickson and Henry Parson's folks visited at Henry Garrisons Sunday. Well, Illinois has been counted a wicked state. It may be in some places but there is one place that I don't think is wicked, and that is Olivet, about three miles north of Ridge Farm. There was a ten day meeting held there a few weeks ago and they sure had a good meeting. There were people from thirty-fiv- e Goodyear Service Station Dealer. on The Goodyear Tire &. Offices Throughout the Rubber Company World Complete Stock of Goodyear products carried in stock at all times. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated Here's why CAMELS ate the quality cigarette we put the utmost quality into ffiis 'Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge ofj fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. BECAUSE S tetBi s S T?nBwxj.m.i l Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done simply for show. Take the Camel ickage for instance. It's the most perfect packing science can devise to proTURKISH CtDOMZSTICiv JTV BLEND CI CARETTg zyj tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal t. But the fold and make the package there-- ' i? nothing f.ashy about it. You'll find no extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. air-tigh- fcuch things do not improve the smoke any more thai, premiums or coupons. And remember you must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality. want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest cigarette you can imagine and one entirely free from cigaretty aftertaste, If yen It's Camels for you. Hi v&'.y-' s ! I IB iii vgsx different States at the meeting, some from south America and some from Canada. One old man came over eight hundred miles in an automobile to be at the meeeting. On the last day the people made up over sixty-on- e thousand dollars in about on hour besides making up ahout twenty five hundred the day before. That shows what kind of religion those people have. They sure believe in giving to the Lord. One woman gave ten thousand dollars. I attended the meeting. We can go from Ridge Farm to Olivet for 10 cents and Lknow that any one that wants to go to a good meeting would give that much money to go. I heard Bro. Hughes from Wilmore, Ky., and Bro. Bud Robinson from California, and others. - Bro. Matthews preached on Sunday until 11:30 and then said he wanted fifty thousand dollars by 12 o'clock, and they averaged .a thousand dollars a minute. On Saturday before the meeting closed they had a healing meeting. Bro. Robinson had a healing oil. He said for every one to come and bring the sick and the afficted. I was there and saw him putting the oil on. they came from every State to be healed. He gave his Hospital experence, .and sure suffered enough to kill a half dozen men. He told of his home life too. I never heard so much preaching, shouting and singing in all m& life at one place. The Tabernacle would seat over three thousand people, and they are going to put an addition to it so it will seat about six thousand before next year. Well if this escapes the waist basked I will write again. Wishing the news and its readers much happiness. Your friend, Cordie Garrison. x The Louisville Post takes issue with a recent editorial in The News in which we opposed the amendent to the State Constitu-tio- n which is to make the office of Superintendent of Public Schools appointive rather than elective. We cannot see where The Post answers the suggestions made in The News in the former editorial. TJie basis for this proposed change of the law, according to Superintendent Colvin, is to take the schools out of politics. The real purpose of the amendent, howeverN is to take away from the people the right to elect the School Superintendent on the ground that they are qualified to select the right kind of man, and to put the naming of this important official in the hands of a Commission, appointed by the Governor, who will play just about as much politics in the selection as the people do. The Governor will have promised the office if he is selected to some political friend who he things can deliver him a good many votes, either in the primary or the general election, and then name a Commison which will carry out his promise. What would you give ffyefi could cut loose from everything? and eo back about thirty yasri and start all over again? WbcSi! you be willing to abandon all ol your experience and take tbe same chances of picking out 3 primrose way do you think yv& could improve on the situation Have you ever had the opportunity of testing out this "cccre back" in just a little w?y? you haven't don" attempt it, - - far li I I 'U'KI.'V. Js& -- serf ,'Vj:. it. m' ? .C SK? ssa ftaS&HSW $$B3&sBfr tiss SSasKSKIS Winston-Sale- .. - ; ri ytfft ill BtrP" N. C. M R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, tahtiA.vjii:pyrBTs:sssssss3S3BsaKimrmissssa J "Hon. Ralph Gilbert. Congress- 'GENERAL INSURANCE Second FloorJeffries Building. ' International MadetoMeasure Clothe. COiTJMBX,-- . - - KY: I man from the 8th district, delivered his maiden speech, his subject being the "Porter Peace Resolution," dn the lSnh inst. It was a good orfe, and evsry Democrat in the district should read it. From the start Mr. Gilbert has made, he is going to oe a working member. I The office of the State Superintendent will become a political pawn to be used by various candidates for Governor in both the old parties and the men selected for it will not be chosen because of fitness, but on account of their abitily to deliver votes to the Gubernatorial candidate. We would rather trust the people than any commisgioi appointed by the Governor. The people have no ax to grind and will. vote according to their intelligence and information for the best qualified candidate, while the Commission will either name the choice of the Governor or eles will select the candidate accord- ing to the politics of the majority follow them. of the Commis ion. Don't forget them; donl fox-g-et any of those joys which- have-giveIn 1876 the famous Electoral you this indelible picture Commission of fifteen members, including five judges of the Su- of your yesterdays. preme Court, determined the Staggering Taxes.. President, and in casting his vote every member of the ComA dispatch from Frankfort mission adhered to his political say3; ine total value of propel-affiliation. We cannot expect Uy listed for assessment imiSn- any better resultsof a Commis- tucky has been increased? 132.3' sion of Education appointed by per cent since the creatibcof'tiie' the Governor. State Tax Commission in TS17. The people, are more to be State Inspector and' Examiner trusted than politicians. They Henry E. James declared in a rehave several times lefc their port on an examination covering party affiliation to change party the work of the commissioi? control . In Kentucky affairs, since its creation. The totalis--sessmewhile ' vre have never known a in 1917. he said', wa Commission of any kind named $922,456,481, and in 1921 was by some who held a political $2,148,615,627Railroad assess?' office .that was not subservient ments and miscellaneous; acrpor-atio- n to the appointing power. ' x assessmenti are" not ihcruoT The people will not adopt this ed in his. , amendment because it carries If a woman would be healthy Conscience Stricken. with it a lack of confidence in she must have some healthy obtheir integrity and ability to ject to live for; and what mere A man who was afraid of thun- name a Superintendent and they worthy object for a wife tiJao tov der crawled into a hollow log as would at least have to have an look well to the ways ofber a place of safety during a thun- object lesson of taking schools household, and find bsalthianii' der storm. The thunder rolled out of politics before they would cheerfuless in helping her hns- and the rain pourea down in consider surrendering their right fcand in ,a mutal intarest to lay torrents and the old log began by voting for the change. Un- by something for the years- to to swelPup until the'poor fellow fortunately Prof. George Colvin, follow when feebife hands' anal was wedged in so tight that "he our present State Superintend- tottering limb3 forbid profitable4 could not get out. All his past ent, has given them no such employment. Such a course prav .lesson. E. Town News. sins began passing before him. sued by meir and womeirwtfa75 Suddenly he remembered he President Harding- has declin- prevent the great demand fer hadn't paid his newspaper sub- ed tb statej his position on the almshouses, homes, and chariscription, and he feltso small soldier bill. ties of all sorts: "The rigBtacnzs that he was able to back" right are not forsaken nor hfa,. setgh out. La Center Advocate. The News $1.50 in Ky, found, begging bread , yom-tomorro- the things that were, are 230 more you can't find them; tbs trail is lost. There is always some Treasure Island where in fancy we have buried the joys of our past. Wie always feel that we can return to the very spot of leave taking and dig them up for just a moment' of joyous retrospectiao, but such dreams are empty raccS ing ones. There's the old swimming hole proclaimed in all literature- as the one spot on earth nearest the boy's heart. There's the bfe rock you used to dive from. 1h& long shaded lane up which yc3 drove the cows at sunset. ThB friendly dog which was jus as much a part of your joyosssisss-athe boy companions wficse carefree meanderings led jd& into the mysteries and fullnes? of nature. You can't find them Bads: there, for they picked up and left the old place when you abandoned them for this great today which was only yesterday. They you the old gang is yet rallying to your call when ever your turn the stile of memory and get nut on the open road of sweet dreams and summons them to you. They are somewhere on the great higirwayr they have carved their initials oiz the smoothest bark of the oldtrees which reach aloft tnrougb the clouds of fancy that you maj' s w hav-follow- ed - - nt - .. ob-je- ct V1 - J L J" " ifex?ti& Zjr ', 1 tfaU&i5 . SS K-- s' ij&'Z ,.' imt-- 'j j &sjjmu s Hb Jwifc. A.LlT ,.Ar? fWP5Bifc '" T . . J- - i - t . V1 'TB "? - J t V ;i Amberol Records for July Just Arrived! EVERY f ADAIR COUNTY Mr. L. NEWS. J. Yan De Wall, and wife, of Toronto, Canada, are visiting the latter sister, Mrs. H. W. Depp, this place. j; hnd Mrs. Tom Goff, of Oklahoma were here in time at attend the funeral of Mr. T. C. Goff, father of the former. ' Mr, y ' -- candidate for Circuit clerk of Taylor county, was in Columbia Monday. Be is a popular gentleman. Mr Leslie Graves rnd Mr. R. C. Borders were here from Campbells-ville- , last Thursday. They 'were given several orders. Capt. J. T. Carney was taken quite ill one day last week. He is better at this writing and his friends hope to see him out this week. Master Nathaniel Tutt has been quite sick since returning from Sparksville. Mr. Tutt- is holding up, and looks some stronger. - Mr. N. W. Miller, 4J No matter where they live there's a nearby U. S. Dealer with his nearby U. S. Factory Branch" lm;WmlBKAs&&mM&MWr. II la I one is sure to selections on the July Edison Amberol let Record list. Come in and us play them for you. Who says that wiia MOST gets a blow-ou- t. L HJfQir iHrTrvrvtafiiaMSmiSali MmMm wWif Regular Noble Stale Fox Trot Harry Radennaa'i Jaxz Orch. 4266 All For Yoa Fox Tret Harry Raderman's Jazz Orch. 4267 I Like it Medley Fox Trot Lenxberc's RiTerade Orch. 4268 Scandinavia (Sine Doae Sons and Make Dose Music) 4264 Crazy Bines 4265 Make BelieTe Aiken Stanley Medley One-Ste-p Max Fells' Delia Robbia Orcfa. 4270 I'm Missin' Mammy1 KUsin' Vernon Dalbart 4271 A Scene On the Leree Billy Golden and Empire Vaudenlle Co. 4272 Siren of a Southern Sea Pox Trot, Green Bro. Novelty Band 4269 Mr. J. E. Garnett was in the Russell circuit court all last week. Mr. Gordon Montgomery was there the two last days, and also at the opening. Mr. G. R. Reed ' and wife and Mr. Edgar Reed leftFridafy morning for Louisville, and will be with their oargain tires at 1 &JL.Eihf i IsSESSSbI n ri iJwIJpie waa i cmm THE U. S. CHAIN TREAD One of the few tires of which it may be said that they deliver economy year in and ysar out and tire after tira. The U. S. Chain Tread gives sufficient traction on all ordinary road surfaces. It is probably tha handsomest, and by all odd3 the most popular, of the whole U. S. Fabric Tiro line. aunt, Miss O. M. Reed, for several days. Prof. W. M. Wilson and his little son, George, left last Wednesday morning, to spend several days in Williamsburg, the Professor's old home. Mr. Collins, who represents the children's Home, Louisville, spent several days of last week in Columbia. Many contributed to the noble ..cause he represents. Mr. Argus Frances, of Glasgow, State Bank Examiner, was here last week, lnoking over the books of the Bank of Columbia. He found every thing all right. sort of man who never takes a tire seriously until he everybody knows the 4223 Playmates 4274 4275 4276 4277 4278 4279 4280 4281 4282 4283 4284 428S 4286 4287 Helen Clark and Joseph Phillips Joseph Mello Cello Waltz Samuels' Itecic I4asers Country Days AL H. Weston and Irene Tonne My Gee Gee From the Put late Rmerson Westerrelt Oncle Josh Takes the Census C&l Stewart Golden Sunset Wsdtses . National rromesade Band Come and Nestle In Your Daddy's 'Arms Fox Trot Lenzberes RiTerside Orch. To the Strains of that WeddintT Marguerite E. Farrell March In the Heart of Dear Old Italy Metropolitan Q'.irtet Love"t Old Sweet Sonc Saxophooe Chester Gay lord Harrey Hmdermyer Marcie and Mixed Chonzs Bright Byes Ceorse Wilton Ballard Spread Yo- - Staff Fox Trot Joseph Samuels' Musk: Masters Ring and the Rose (Swiss Love Song Kitty Berser A Rose, a Kiss and Yoa Lewis James Harp-Ztthe- How long he will resist universal tire education is a question. But this is sure More people are finding out every day that between leaving things to luck and getting real economy there is a big difference. Many a has come to U. S. Tires because he couldn't afford to keep on paying that difference. Probably seven out of ten users of U. S. Tires came to them only after they'd had enough of "bargain offers", "clearance sales of surplus stocks" and other car-own- er "dis--counts"- , -- Judge Rolltn Hurt, Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals, is now at home until September. His work keeps him busy and the rest he will take will be very beneficial. Miss They pay a jner price not "something off list" that may not mean anything in the first place. They get fresh, live tires, being made and shipped while this message is being written. No matter where they live there's a nearby U. S. Dealer, with his nearby U. S. Factory Branch. U. S. Tires keep moving. No opportunity to get old and dried out. No shifting here and there ' trying tofind a market. Every U. S. .Tire a good tire, wherever you find it anywhere in the country. policy United States Tires are Good Tires U.S.USCO TREAD U.S. CHAIN TREAD U. S. NOBBY TREAD Because the U. S. policy is a good French Selections Hector Pellerin 27215 Histoires de Poupee (Broken Doll) Hector Pellerin 27216 Nid d'Amoar Marie i Lore Nest) Hector Pellerin 27217 Cest le Marcband d'Rtoiles (The Japanese S&ndnan) , Hector Pellerin 27218 Mormures d'Amour (WhtsperiDC) Hector TeUenn 27219 Coeur Blessc ( Pear Old Pal Hector Pellerin of Mine) Send check or money order with numbers of any records you want and we shall be glad to bend them by mail. If yoa own an Edison Home, Standard or Triumph I'honoeraph. ask us abont equipping it with a reproducer to ptay Amberol Records. 27214 Frances Russell, daughter of H. TAYLOR ' Columbia. Kentucky. I PERSONAL Mr. Bruce Taylor aexeral weeks. is Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell, is spending a few' weeks in Bowling Green, and will probably take a special course in music before returning home. Miss Ellen Burton, who spent the winter in Troy, South Carolina, with her brother, Rev. Gto. H. Burton; returned to her home last week. She has been quite sick since her arrival. Miss Bonnie Judd left Sunday morning for Shepherdsvllle, Kentucky, where she will attend a Summer school and Bullitt county Institute, after which she will teach in that county. wife and two children, Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Goff, who are doing light housekeeping in Cumberland county, were here to attend the funeral of Mr. W. Goff, similar appeals. They have found economy they stick to it. the time. that serves the car-own- er all U.S. ROYAL CORD and Doing the very best for him that U.S.RED & GREYTUBES human good faith can do. in United States Tires United States Rubber Company t - H W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. JOHSON & HESKAMP, Coburg, Kentucky. N s. at home for Mr. T. C. Goff. He came out and spent the Fourth with relatives and friends here. Every Kiss Lillie Judd was Quite sick body was glad to see him. His wife several days of last week. ...111 ..Aftml XTal-si tnv. . nuui xiuiliu iviu icouu .uituiavuie, Mr. Ray Flowers has greatly im- Carolina, this week, and they will at proved, now able to walk out in tbe once commence housekeeping on open. second street. .Mr. Charley Pyle, wife and son, Mr. G. B. Smith and wife will leave visited here, from Lincoln county, this week for the west- - They ro with last week. the intention of returning if they "do Eld. Tobias Huffaker, who has been not like. We have already spoken of teaching in Arkansas, reached home the excellent qualities of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and how greatly the town dislast Tuesday. likes to see them go. They will stop Mrs Lizzie Grissom has returned for a week in Elizabethtown, where from Hopkinsville, and will be here their daughter, Mrs. Conover, resides. Their grandson, Carl Smith, who is flaring- the summer. ?n excellent young man, will accomMn;: John Young of Faifplay, js pany them. spending this week with her sister-in-laMisses Jennye McFarland, Irene Mrs. J. A. Young Smith, Anna Coy, Grace Ihrig, Mr. Mr. Logan Hagan and wife of Chester Ihrig, all of Indianapolis, arTompkinsville, are visiting at tbe rived last Saturday afternoon to spend the Fourth. They were accompanied home of Mr. J. T. Goodman. f to Griffin Springs Sunday afternoon" by Prof. A. H. Ballard, who is employ- Mr. Dick Royee and sister, Miss ed at Camp Taylor or Stitchton, was Annie, Mr. W. T. McFarland, wife, and daughter, Miss Alma, Mr. G. B. home several days'of last week. ' Smith and wife, and grandson, Carl Mj?. Graham Davidson, of Burnside, Smith, Jo Harris, Raymond Goodand Miss Pearl Bradshaw, of Mont-pelle- r, man, Miss Katie Murrell, Mr. Guy were in Columbia Saturday. Stevenson, the latter having recently Winfrey was reported no graduated from Georgetown College. Miss Zora was a very enjoyable outing. becer last Thursday. In fact, she was It weaker than an any time in the past. Mr. W. A. Hindman, of Mllltown, the Mrs. Frances Montgomery, who is 78 years old, stacked seven widow of Mr. Garnetfc Montgomery, hay a few days ago without hw gone to Bowling Green, to attend stocks of assistance. the normal. Mr. Sam F. White, a native of this Mrs. Ann Lizzie Walker was among place, who has been in the South for some years is now the O. K. man in fche sick last week, Mrs. S. F. Eubank was quite sick the Standard Printing Co., Louisville. Closing Out. See remainder of my, Slippers .J menandBoyls several days of last week. Suits at a .Big Reduction. Now is your chance to get a Bargain. n 1 111 Reduction on OVchard Harrows, Rastus and Double Shovel Plows. Ja, L. M. iSMTTH Valley, Kentucky. it V v Canef; , Xi Stock cars will have their innings on September 5, when the annual Pike's Peak hill climb will be held. Interest is greater than ever before, with 12 speedy and sturdy makes ready to face the stiff gradient of twelve and a half mile course. All entrants are out to better .the wonderful record made last year by the Goodyear equipped Lexington driven by Ralph Mulford. At the same time the Lexington company is out to keep the hill climbing title and will have its entries on the ground in August. The Pike's Peak event is probably the most interesting of the season, because of the wonder- -' ful setting also because of the severe teet of steep grade, rarefied air and dangarous turns. Oil Prospector's Guide. By V. A. SMITH, Geologist. The; Origin of Oil, Where it Originated. How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to Find It. Locatorof Healdton, Oklahoma and Allen and Warren County, Kentucky Oil Fields. PRICE $1.00 GEOLOGICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION Room 403, Louisville National Bank Bid. P. O. Box 867, Louisville, Kentucky. Match you step. In the United States last year 65,000 girls disppeared without leaving a trace. Pitfalls are numerous and yawning, and always obscured from the view of the un-wa- ry SlEiHWIENWSSOe We have all the different Lasts of "Edmond's Foot-Fitters- ". x Farmers and bankers are about ready to complete the cattle pool, which involves live stock to the value of $50,000,000. RUSSELL &d CO. Advertise In The News 3 ftr ii