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The Adair County news: July 12, 1921 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1921 ada1921071201_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: July 12, 1921 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X .$ , KJ'i- r ,.- 'r &$$&$' "4r s. li 1 v COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, TUESESDAY JULY. 12, 192!. NUMBER . ', - .j.- - Aftair Cmmttt Sfeuts 38 VOLUME XXIV The Chautauqua. J Special Term Called. Raymond Driscoll, who" is charged with being one of the men who attempted to rob the Bank of Columbia the 9th of January last, and who is now in the clutches of the law, will be tried at a spscial term of the Adair circuit court, beginning Monday, August the 29th. Judge Carter Is too sick to hold the present term of court, and on account of his illness, this action was taken. All witnesses in the Driscoll case were recognized to be here the 29th of August. All cases requiring a jury were continued until the next regular term, but during this term some equity cases will be tried before a special Judge, and the grand jury will continue in session for some days. dis-charg- Married at Jamestown. Last Wednesday, in Jamestown, MissOlieE. Leach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leach, was happily The people of Columbia and many visitors were treated to a week of closing last Sunday White & Myers' Chautauqua was with us with some of the best talent the country affords, and the pleasure that was gotten out of it from day to day, more than paid the expense of bringing it to our midst. Each day brought a fresh company of entertainers, hence the great show did not grow monotonous The music was high-clas- s the lecturers were very valuable information gained from each deliverance, and the order was all that an enlightened people could ask. The patriotic play on Thursday night was very much enjoyed. Not only patriotism was brought out, but the pathetic expressions thrilled the audience with the most tender emotions From Friday to close of Sunday the musical entertainments and lectures added to the program. Sunday was decidedly the best attended day during the week. It was strictly a musical entertainment, rendered by a splendid band) and airs played were in keeping with the day. The selections were patriotic and the old time songs, such as my "Old Kentucky Home," "Way Down Upon the Swanny Elver," thrilled the audience with happy emotions About ninety persons signed the contract for the return of the Chautauqua nest year. t, well-selected INFIRMARY. Did you know we have a new and special shoe & harness repair man in our shop? Did you know we carry a large stock of shoe and harness mater- Miss Octavia M. Reed, a Beloved married to Mr. Sam P. Lloyd, who is ial atall times? Did you know our Lady, of this Place Gone to a brother of County Attorney Robt had nothing whatever against the prices have fallen and are hard to ceremony was performE. Lloyd. The Her Reward. He is our personal beat? Half soles either sewed on or publication ed by Squire W. A. Carnes It is a friend, and will again renew when he tacked on. All work guaranteed. popalar young couple, and quite a wauts more reading matter. While Bring or ship your work in to us FUNERAL IN COLUMBIA WEDNESDAY. number of friends were present to looking for lost names, the searchers Phone No 94. congratulate the contracting p? rties would be astonished to see the new T. G. Rasner & Son. The wires brought sad news to the subscribers we have added to our list. Lady Agents Wanted. Columbia, Ky. friends of this place this Tuesday morning, when the intelligence came We Repair All These Things and From the information that comes to To sell our line of Lady Love Toilet that Miss Octavia M. Reed's suffering Laige Make Then Work Like New ones. this office, the majority of the women had ended and that her spirit went to work preparations. Easy of Adair county, who are identified commissions. be with her God at 3 o'clock. Machinery of nearly all kinds, bicy- with the Republican party, will vote Lady Love Perfume Co., She was born about sixty-fiv-e yeara cles, sewing machines, talking ma- in the primary. Why not all. They ago, 2 Linden St., either in Indiana or Shelby ville, chines, electrical devices and etc If are entitled to the ballot, and they Ky., removed, with Norwood, Ohio. her parents, Rev. we don't fix it, it doesn't cost you any- should assist in picking their best Geo. 37-J. Reed and wife to Columbia men for office. thing. Phone No. 94. who have left All when quite a child, and before she T. G. Rasner & Son. Observant Youth. and other important papers in The game of baseball played here was grown she united with the PresColumbia, Ky. my hands, will please call and get last Thursday, Hustonville against byterian Church, of which her father grandJohn Rose. them. Robert was walking with nia was a hotly contested fight was pastor, living a most consecrated Judge J. C. Carter, who was quite Columbia mother. An elderly woman was comterminated in favor of Colum- Christian until the final dissolution. sick at the Jeffries' Hotel, was re- but it Now at Russell Springs. ing toward them. bia, 9 to 8. A large crowd was presHer affliction was of a malignant moved, last Friday morning, to the 'See, Grrndma! There is amother ent. Will Young pitched for the type, and though the best treatment residence of Dr H W. Depp, where A crew of health restores reached grandmother,' ' said Robert team and Alvin Lewis was be- of skilled physicians was constantly he could rest more quietly. He has home Columbia last week, bound for a stop 'How do you know she is a grandhind the bat. administered, no relief came. been a great sufferer, caused from exat Russell Springs. They had a well mother?" he was asked. As soon as the body could be pretracting a tooth. He is now some Mr. D. E.- - Hatcher, of Glasgow, a filled wagon, drawn by four splendid "Because I cannot see her stockpared the remains with relatives and better, and it is confidently believed traveling man, has just mules. There were several doctors ings," he answered. that he will be all right in a few days. been bereft of a beloved sister, Miss friends left Louisville for Columbia, and several nurses In the company. We are sellinglthis week a special Judge Carter's many friends in Adair Susan H. Hatcher, a maiden lady 80 arriving at Miss Reed's former home They propose to treat trachoma and Tuesday night where a large circle of do general health work. As above blend of Teas blended specially for county were very anxious concerning years old, who died at her home Hlse-vili- e. She was long a member of the relatives and friends were in waiting. stated, they are now at Russell Cold Drinks, at 25c per lb . was priced his condition, and calls were constant ly made to his room while he was at Baptist Church. The going away of this beloved, Springs and before returning to Louis- at 50c Its fine. woman is a serious loss to her Church, Russell & Co. the hotel. Many did not call, believville the company will visit remote loThe many schools of the county and she will be greatly missed by ing that he was having too much calities in Cumberland, Clinton and who have' teachers, started nicely last The people who are running the those who have known and associated.. Wayne counties. The crew is sent Monday. The truant officer will see put up a nice buildpicture show, will with her during her life. A mora out by the State Board of Health. Circuit Court. ing at the Fair Grounds in which to Needed at Vaughn Hotel. that all children start at once. Par- modest woman never lived in this ents should not keep their children community, and no death has created give their entertainments, and the Bicycles for Sale. building will be erected at once. As stated elsewhere but little at home when the law says they must more profound sorrow. First-clas- s cooks, chamber maids mawas transacted last week on ac Payne Garvin, who operates the She was a lady highly educated, and and table waiters. Apply or write to attend. Three bicycles and one new one at count of the illness of Judge Carter. chine, says that there is not any danVaughan, Lebanon, Ky. some years of her life were spent in Hotel bargains. T. G. Rasner & Son. There has been quite a change in ger whatever of a fire where it has GRAND JUBY. Columbia, Ky. celebrating Independence Day in this teaching. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Reed C. C. Kindman, foreman; Ed Hanbeen showing for several years. The One of the largest attended picnics section of the country. Years ago It and Mr. Reed Shelton, nephews and owners, however, can not pay a tax of ever held in Adair county was pulled cock, G. W. Garner, J. W. Parnell.W. Died Near GlenvIIIe. was made noisy by firing guns, alvins, niece, were with her in the last hours. A. Garcett, Porter, Sexton, H. O. $200 per year, the amount the present off at Casey creek, near Roley.-la- st We desire to extend our sympathy and firecrackers. Now the day is put Corbin, V. H. Blair, J. C. Greer, board of trustees has fixed. A picture Saturday. There was an abundance Mrs. Dudley, who was quite an old to the bereaved relatives, trusting; in playing baseball games Matthew Leach, J. H. Furquin, W. lady, the mother of Mr J. V. Dudley, show brings business1 to the soft drink of every thing-gooto eat, splendid that they will have fortitude to bear ' S. Baker. The teachers Institute was held in up unaer the strain of parting from stands, and they will feel the removal singing, good speeches and a general who lives at Montpelier, died one day Lindsej-Wilsoand conducted by one who wa3 so pure in life. PETTr JURY. last week. She was a highly respect- more than any one else. The board good time for every body. Many of the J. L. Darnell, Lewis Compton, W. ed old lady, a friend to every body in may tnlnk that their action is well the county candidates were present, the Normal teachers. It was an inEvidently the funeral will be largeT. Dohoney, Frank Firquin, Alvln the neighborhood, and every body was taken, and we do not say that it was and their right arms ached when the teresting gathering of teachers, near- ly attended, and that her last earthly ly all of whom comnienced teaching Burton, F. A. Lewis, Elbert Monday, her friend. The funeral was largely not; but it is generally known that a time for breaking up came. resting place will be covered with E. M. Staples, Geo. H. Willis, W.P. attended, all her children, who a e at large majority of the town people last Monday. flowers. For Sale A boy's saddle, call at Flowers, P. H. Keltner, D. H. Beard, home and a large circle of friends want a picture show. The statutes need the money due me for mtlli-nerI Notice Telephone Subscribers. H. C Moore, Melvin Blair, W. E. being present. She was a good, Christ- say that a picture show must be oper- this office. goods and I want all who owe Gentry, S T. Hughes, G. E. Burton, ian woman, and her going away was a ated on the first floor. Admiting that Mr. G. W. Rubarts, of the Eunice me to call and pay at once. A. Dudley, J. R. Roe, Larney serious blow to the community. May is true, the owners of the show should precinct, who is a Republican candiA. All Telephones with rent not paid in Julia Eubank Dudley, T. B. Finn, E. F. Winfrey, B. God comfort the living, is the wish of have been given reasonable time to date for County Court Clerk, of The county races for the nomina- fall to July !, 1921, will be discontinued T. Burres, B. E. Wilson. make arrangements for removal. In Adair county, was examined by M. C. the writing. this town or any other town of its Winfrey, Circuit court clerk, before tion grow hotter as the primary ap- July 20. RESERVK3. All accounts at Barger Bros., due is no telling who Colombia Telephone Co. size, 8200 license fee is believed to be Judge J C Carter, last Thursday, proaches There C. R. Hutchison, ..Gib Downey, ' Julj 1st. Call and settle. the Republicans will nominate, as all prohibitory. jWe'hope the whole mat- touching his qualifications for County Luther Hard wick, Kenneth Pickett, Attend the picture show until furBarger Bros. JV W. Burres, W B. Moore. ter will be settled'satisfactorily to all Court clerk. He passed the examina- candidates claim to be winner. ther notice. The owners of the show-arparties. tion, and Judge Carter gave him a going to do the right thing as long Badly Hurt. Mrs Robbie Wolford, of Highland Work of the Grand Jury. signed certificate. was married last Thursday as they exhibit. Park, For Sale. M. C. Ci Stephens, of this place.and All goods sold at my store, the afternoon to Capt. Fink, a former I have done my best to please you, An Adair County grand jury was in 50 camp windows and frames com- amount of 50 cents and up, will be baseball pitcher The bride was the a prominent Adair county farmer, session three days of last week, rebut I am out my money. If you was seriously hurt last Friday. He plete. 12 lights, 10x15 check rail, in in the corporate limits of widow of the late Clay Wolford. following indictments: turning the want to favor me, call and settle your was at home, went into his lot and good condition. Price, S3. 25 per set. Columbia. My stock of groceries is Selling liquor 4 The Court of Appeals has decided account. got upon a horse withont bridle or Or 1 sash. 6 lights, without frame 75 fresh Transporting liquor 4 Julia Eubank. the compulsory school law is valid cents Stanley Epperson Liquor to a minor 3 saddle. He reached to pick up one of It is now up to the truant officer of Eld. W. G. Montgomery Is la tc J. C. Sublett, 1 his grand children when the animal Having liquor for sale Chautauqua haB come and gone. the various counties to see that the meeting at Jamestown and will close The Route A, Box 429, Louisville', Ky. 1 jumped from under him, and he was Pointing deadly weapon , The program for each day wai very children attend school. Thursday night. Tip to Sunday there r 2 dashed violently to the ground Two 36 3t J Weapons good andeach event was well attended. were four additions to the Church. Cold Check 1 or three ribs were broken, and since The S. H. Grinstead & Co.. has purAn airplane was here during the The lectures were educational and the Operating a moonshine 1 the accident he has been a great suff- week of the Chautauqua and quite a muBic was artistic and melodious. chased in the month of June 42,000 The squirrel season opened July 1st, Breaking into a store 2 erer. It is hoped by his many friends number of the residences of Columbia While the weather was extremely lbs of poultry and 32,250 dozen of eggs and will continue until December 15. Deserting an infant 1 that he will recover. took flights. The following persons hot, there was a breeze on the hill that bought to the Adair county wo The season for other protected wild Failing to support an infant. men over $16,500. "l animals opens September 1st. to our knowledge, went up: Mr. and and no one suffered from heat. Gass Given Detaining a woman 1 Mrs. W. H. Sandusky, Mr. C. H. San Rev. Hart will preach at Union the e Mr. Ed Staples, who had the 25 bushels July seed Potatoes fir Incest 1 dusky and son, Henry, Dr. H. W I am now prepared to give to get one of his legs broken, Fifth Sunday in this 'month. It- - is Nell & Cheatham. Depp and daughter, Margaret,' John sale by 23 gass for the painless extraction Total some months ago, who able to be in hoped that a large congregation will ny Morrison, Jack Young, Elsie The home of Mr. S. W. Beck, of town last Wednesday. He Is using greet him. of feeth. Wolford -- Morris. Young, Jo Jones, Misses Catherine Louisville was robbed abd 390 in cash crutches. H. W: Depp, Dentist. Eld. Oma W. Halslip will begin av Nell, Amelia Damron, Lizzie and stolen a few nights ago Mrs. Beck On the third of July a beautiful meeting a Egypt Saturday night beMaryHarris, West Point. Miss , Mrs. had placed the money in hiding and There was an error in the advertUe-men- t Paid List. weeding was solemnized at the home Tossle Willis, Mr. Stanley Pace, of the People Bank of Edmon- fore the 3rd Sunday in this month. another lot 8100 which was close to s. of Rev. Z. T. Williams, of Columbia, Lyne Price, Mr. J. E. where she had placed the $90,' was ton last week. It has been corrected, 12ch Is the day The following are new paid subscrib-- ' when Miss Bonnie Wolford, and Mr. Fred Chapman, Mr. Norman missed by the robber. The thief en- showing that the deposits are over apart by law for the candidates set Joseph Morris, were quitely united in ers and renewals since our issue of last Morrison, Miss Stora Hutchison, Mr. tered a back window. 8250,000 to draw for position on the ballot. marriage. Only a few special friends Tuesday. Caldwell, Mr. Guy Nell. v have Fresh Bread from Camp- L. R. Chelf, O. L. Thomas, Mrs. J. We being in attendance. All parties owing the Farmers Mill Only a few cases were tried in tha C. Yates, T. E. Williams, A. C. every day at Epperson's Company are requested to call at the Ford For Sale. bellsviile The bride Is 'the attractive daughAdair circuit court last week, owing; Store. mill and settle with Mr. Bradley or ter of Mr. Milton Wolford, veteran of Frodge, R. C. Spence, Millard Stape, to the sickness of Judge Carter. the Civil war and admired citizen of Chas. F. Paxton. J. I. Abel, A. W. 1916 Model, fine engine and in good Several members of Mr. Ed Wilson's Mr. Knlfley. G. B. Smith. Adair County. The groom is a vete- Roe, W. N. McCubbins, W. L. Grady, condition. Call Hon. J. F. Montgomery was tha family and some visitors were taken M. M. Hood, Mrs. Ellen Grant, Lora 38 2b Mrs. John Conover, ran of the World War, a prosperous special Judge while Judge Carter wag quite sick last Friday night, "and for a Brockman, J. W. Rogers, Mrs. Ada B. Columbia, Ky. and aggressive young farmer and sick. He is efficient in the law. time some cases were alarming Dr. Snow, W. L Russell, M. F.' Sparks, P. Our boys played Hustonville one el Mr. J. W. Morris a representa- - C. Jones, J. Miller, E. T. Willis. Adair county is needing a general Flowers was called, and in due course Read the advartlsenawb of W&HIi day last week, and it was a splendid 5tizen and farmer of Adair coun- rain. Vegetation Is burning .aad of time they were .all restored. The :c r & Coffey, Huet6hYilI, publish game though the home boys went 4 sickness was attributed to eating' ice iTbelr may friends wish them a July seed Irish potatoes f or sale at twisting, andualess a geod rain down in defeat. The score was 3 to 1. the 4th page otthis pawr.1 "V Btaaley Epperson's tre. at once crops will sufer. ; pceeperew aai hajpy life. 4910-4913t well-known is any one who thinks that the Adair County News has bst subscribers in the last two weeks, thev are most cordially invited to come and examine our 'books. One man dis continued his paper, and he is a Democrat, and we feel sure that he If there Shoes and Harness Repairing. DIED AT NORTON d n y e mis-ortun- -- Tomp-klnsvill- e, .FIow-ers,.Mr- . fVyy ta3&33sj5assL...,- r ' --A sa; J" ,V yfi fecr" - src? -"- ff ft. .is a-- V '. i' l II xrass ,J llini bum ?- - .., . ""K.X.I" I ' ' ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS - mo BWBIWJMWWfMWnaMI i-ii mil iMiawag xammqjm " .untarvastx,n J' n ' i 3aaBi pJ"fTJl ' r,n a . 1 . llrt. ..! makes a model husband HER NICE new husband. OR AN AWdlike&is STEPPED OUT of the house. WHISTLING LIKE ESPECIALLY Better Goodyear Tires TliaiiYjix Have Ever Known KMnumu, uimirt-nr- Mi u uwuiLiw i tnsxitnw til- - nnim. . Tn i i r m.4.4. T"t- everyday thlnff. LIKE A good drag. of those smokes. JSP fi a bird. ON ONE WHICH ALARMED young wife. THAT SATISFY. WHICH CERTAINLY are. WHEN. SHE FOUND she'd picked THE WRONG package: , THE REAL birdseed. FOR MAKING men. AND INSTEAD of HAD GIVEN oatmeal. him birdseed. BUT DON'T think from this. THAT EVERY guy. YOU HEAR whistling. HAS NECESSARILY. BEEN ROBBING the canary. OTHER THINGS inspire. TRILL THEIR pipes for Joy. SO LADIES, if hubby. GOES AWAY whistling. YOU NEEDN'T worry. . ALL'S SWELL. WHEN' THE ALMOST human male. TO BLOW through his lips. AND MAKE A " shrill noises. RAISE, for example. day off when, header is on. OR A "satisfy," you're whistling. You know the instant you light one that 'the tobaccos in it are of prime selection, both Turkish and Domestic. And the blend well, you never tasted such smoothness and bodv! No wonder the "satisfy-blenkept secret. It can't bo copied. full-flavored you say that Goodyear Tires for passenger cars are better today than they hive ever been. You need only .to compare: liiem r.zn others to see their We have given them a thicker tread, a more powerful Ldy. an improved construction throughout making them larger, rtronger, heavier, an even more durable vxtm before. you seek the utmost in economical an satisfactory tire equipment, ask your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires. rfc-iufcd rjp-ir-it- y m m S3 The Goodyear Tire & Offices Throughor.l the IVorLl Rur: a JMPANY d'' My ii A DOUBLE Did you know about the hi jiiiiM imH- Chesterfield package of 10? tffmtrr-mm MmWr i - --- WK-Jk wv yftl CIGARETTES Liggett & Zr Myers Tobacco Co. BY LUCIAN BELL COLUMBIA AUTO CO. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. SOXJD EAGLE "MIKADO"- oh Obituary. On the 25th of February, the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curry and claimed for its victim the latters loving mother, Mrs. Frances age, 90 years old. She was married to Milton Rossl848, and atter his death in 1862, she was married to John R. Polston, in 1863. He departed this life Jan. 24, 1897. She was the mother of nine children, six were around her bedside when the end came. She had H5 grand children and a host of great great grand children. She had been a member of the church for many years, and was a good christian woman. She had been a sufferer for several years and had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Curry, years where several for done every thing was tor her that loving hands could do but to no avail, God saw fit to remove her from this world of pain and sorrow and take her to fa home where all is peace and happiness, where no more good byes, farewell nor tears are shed, But all is joy forever. To all the sorrowing ones I would say, put your trust in Jesus and meet dear mother where all is joy, for she is watching and waiting for you all to come and join her around Gods eternal throne. Then sadly we say: Broken hearted sorrowing children, Hear God's promise pure and blest; Come to me ye heavy laden will surely give thee rest. A place is vacant in your" home, A voice you loved is still, A chair is empty there which never can be filled. But there is no death The stars go down, To rise upon some fairer shore And bright in heavens jewelled crown I: ,.SShey shine iprever more Pol-sto- n, The funeral services were conr ducted by Rev. Frank Stotts, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Lewis graveyard amid' a host of sorrowing relatives and friends who had gathered to pay their Jast respects to one they loved and who was loved by all who knew her. To know her was to love her. Written by Brittie Webb, Glensfork, Ky. Mimmit, Illinois. OzarK. ' Mr. Otis Bryant, of Indianapolis, Ind., is here on a visit to his parents, brothers and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. W. sgs Ali'jl-,M Pencil No. 174 K3KIBZi yj hi T For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades CT wviiy . wa P. Bryant attended singing at Ella. A large delegation from this place attended the Picnic at Cane Valley, and we are bound to say it was the most orderly crowd we were ever in. Not so much as a loud word spoken during the day. Misses Bonnie Wolford, Bea ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE r EAGLE MIKADO PENCIL COMPANY, j NEW YORK Suffer? & Cardui "Did Wonders for Me," Declares This Lady. "I suffered for a long time with womanly weakness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce St., Asheville, N. C. "I finally got to the place where it was an effort for me to go. Fwould have bearing-dow- n pains in my side and back especially severe across my back, and down in my side there was a great deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily upset. EVERYTHING IN $1 I I this part of the country but it has been hot here. All of the Kentucky boys out here had a big time Sunday and Monday. Most of them went to Grant Park. We are sorry to hear of so much sickness around Sparks-villWe hope they all will get along all. right. Mr. Dello and Owen Powe, and Beckham Stotts and Amos Coomer are all aiming to batch together. Hope' they will have good success. Mr. Elbert Page and wife are planning on coming back to Kentucky to visit their parents and friends soon. Will make my letter short this time. Hoping to see more letters in the paper the next time than we did this time. If every one will take an interest in the paper and write a few lines probably it would cause the editor to use more paper I am sure tie would appreciate the letters. Hoping to see more in the next papers tharTthey was this time. I am yours very truly, e. i To all the readers of the News: and Kate White were guests of We are having lots of rain in Miss Lula Bryant last Sunday. Wr OOFING . and son, German, visited at Keltner last week. Hogwallow News. Raz Barlow came down town today wearing such a loud tie Dock Hocks says he must have Mrs. Porter Price Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood 1 Na and American Fence. ? Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. .Incorporated 1 CO- - TAKE 16 Eaat N Alsbp's water melon patch for iBua the past several summers. HB Accept Jefferson Potlork says the first' No Substitutes thing a married man has to J3 lot B learn is that when his. wife pins a flower on the lapel of his coat and he wears it away she is expecting it to make a round trip. BLAGK-DRAU6HT Miss Rosey Moreley has made herself two inches taller by US IE Purely placing some upright chicken Vegetable feather and. some goose grsase feathers in her hat. .t finally gol; the wheels to moving Clab Hancock's watch has just again. Mrs. Tobe Moseley says undergone extensive repairs ancf f.9 BB if the Peddler can make a clock he is now prepared to tell about HB start to doing something after what time it is at all hours of fifty years, he ought to try his the day and night. 0. G. Wooten. Five of the thirty counties in mm hand on Tobe. IsaacsHelwanger has made his Central Kentucky have signed In a speech to the American Several from this place went will and has had the Tickville up the necessary quota for colLegion at New Orleans, Senator ta Rye Straw Tuesday to witPat Harrison said the world- ness the taking down' of the Coroner to place his official seal lective tobacco marketing and on it.' The will, provides that if the others are all expected to wide discontent was the result heating stove. his wife marries after he dies sign within a month. . of the Senate failing to ratify Cricket Hicks was around the home place on Musket Ridge the Versailles treaty. Gen. Pershing has, assumed circulating a petition to goes to h6r second husband. S his duties as Chief of Staff The rail employees accepted raise funds to buy a new suit of Poisonedgas is being used to U. S. Army, subceeding Gen. the cut of 12 per cent in wages clothes for the scare crow that and no strikes are reported. Jias been standing in Columbus rid tbe,city of Berlin of bedbugs. March re-pai- rs purchased it at the Racket Store. Atlas Peck says a lot of other things are like fanning in right hot weather, if you start it you've got to keep it up. The Tin Peddler, who also watches and- - clocks, did quite a good business in our community this week. Wash Hocks tested his ability by giving him an old clock that had not run since his grandfather died, and the Tin Peddler, after touching up the insides with a liatkef Streei' Between PlrsI and Brook Louisville, Ky. The Woman's Tonic "I heard of Cardui and WKn decided to use it," con- - WA tinues Airs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been glad to praise Cardui. It is the best woman's 'tonic made." Weak women need a tonic Thousands and like Mrs. Simpson, have found 9 g I Tliediord's H M M thousands, ble. 1 Liver Medicine fi iiBflHBSBBBBflflB H Cardui of benefit tcrthem. Try Cardui for your trou- ALL DRUGGISTS . -- yes-terd- ay . of-th- e The great prize "fight betwej Jack Dempsey, the champion America, and Carpentier, tj French soldier, took place I Saturday week in New Jersey - jj a&? ;f gssws' ini i i ""Wrf ADAIR COUNTY NEWS REPORT OF STATE COMMISSION -. Governor Heartily Commends Recommendations Made After Months of Study BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING i ? State Educational Commission sitting' in the office of Mr. Alexander G. Barret, Its Secretary. The Preliminary Report of the Commission With Governor's Approval Across the Bottom Is Given Below Son. Xdwin P. CoTernar of Kentucky, rror&fort, Kentucky. Vox-ro- I am now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you need any ' thing in this iine, call at once. , Siri- Ths Co3ission ejpolnted y jrou pursuant ts tba Art epprorsd Uarcb J2, 1920 ts nck c survs of ths public educational eystea of ths Stats end to "report its findings with rseosasnditions for inproreasnt", to ths paring Corernor, has consisted its fisld work end is far nor scgagsd in pre- its report on wSicb will ts in your hsnds prior to ths nesting of enough SHOES! SHOES!! I the nsrt Legislature, etteatioa to tie have already proceeded to'call your which feature of our systea, ths lproTeasnt of a is funds. will toy stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them .cental to ths future development of our schools. Ths upbuilding of sound systea of public schools worthy of which give our children educational opportunities the state and which ' will girt country boys and girls Ths as good educational opportunities a ere enjoyed by city boys and girls depends et botton on efficiency end conThey tinuity or administration. choose cities art care or less independent. their euperictendentef end sdsools on the basis ef eorpetenco. Th, The cere and direction of ths country schools ere a is is ths hinds of ths County chosen by the County Superintendents the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. now County Superintendents for ths first tics Boards of Education, alone, great step in cdvar.ee. Ths Stete Superintendent' The i 1 i i I right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. can also accommodate ladies and young girfr with the latest styles in shoes. BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. 4ng and walking plows, all kinds Rid racxlcs a political officer. interest ef our schools deaandt tdslnlstered that the offlcs of the Stcte Superintendent of Public Instruction shell cease to be a political office end thet our schools cecie to be j en politics! lints. The Stste Superintendent should be in educator the legislature or at whose LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. qualifications end term should be fixed by by a Board of Educctioa creett$ ty ths. iX legislature. constitutional csendssnte, one n taxing the Sit matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. the. ranerel election, next Novssber, there will be eubaitted two to the voters of the State office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction out of the f elected stete offices, ths other freeing proverente. Onless these end edueetione! a. list la .- part et the public school ere tied - funds to equalize educational opportunities and to encourage needed , I 1 two esendsents ere cdopted our hands progress in Kentucky t turtl, etitutloul we have cotes-de- rececsend through you is doonsd to be exceedingly slow. to the people ef the State thet the orgcdtatlon, educational, agrlcal-- '' WaOtTSON LEWIS active help of every person end every ' i l end Industrie!, be given to the passing of these two cos csendcents so decisively thet the whole state will realize that and country boy started upon educational t progrcs thet will give both city end girls opportunities as good es those provided by any State In the Onion. Jp t GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. a Very respectfully, KENTUCKY dUCJ.TIMCXJSC&JaSSiO!! Y .rrr Jp .JU A Splendid Offer. In spite of manufacturing improvements in tire development Here is a proposition we make and in quantity production that readers who want a city paper, but have given a standard product not want a daily: : to dp oiun A I ,r 'Diaj ir MORAN tiarDer hop fcg. & jfis w uri . w y y IT'S UP TO THE NURSE DfRG HOSED HIS CftSE ftNP HIS CONDITION IS SERIOUS. BUT AN I Hftj luAniscNf -- APPLICATION OF THESE WO .PRESCRIPTS VfdlLLVOU. HIM HRoOGH i ff TUB Pu?ut . IL V T m gSkSft (S&&-- isssssBI Bmr V nrn -- I IcoMMtSSlO" A . and reduced cost a hundred per cent, to the consumer, the motorist himself has not been made to realize how much additional saving he can add by giving his tires the same intelligent care that he gives to his motor or other parts. The motorist has failed to appreciate that eighty per cent, of the materials that go into a high grade pneumatic tire are of a vegetable nature, and consequently perishable, and that the rapidity of perishable-nes- s depends to a considerable degree on the extent of unnecessary exposure of the tire to the deteriorating combination of moisture, light and heat as well as avoidable destructive abuses such as cuts, abrasions and ruptures. Steel tires are not and their carelessdestruction becomes a world wide economic loss 7ith an annual tire bill of considerably more than $1,000,000,000, according to a bulletin of the technical service department of the United States ,Tire Company. By proper care ten per cent, additional tire mileage could be which, translate, obtained -- furnish the Adair County News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k We will Globe Democrat for $1,90 per year, in LOWE Kentucky. The To subscribers living in other States S2.40. Twice-a-wee- k Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionland Gratification are Guaranteed. Globe Democrat Give us a Trial and be Convinced. is one oMhe best and newest papers published in this country. We do not know how long this proposition will hold good, 'therefore, if you want the papers, call or send in your subscrip- xxxxxxxxxxxm&xxxxwmxm th e treatment of Itch, Bejema, if HUNTS GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt's Salve and Soap),fall In tion at once. Harding . fCZCtU!m skin diseases. Try this g to Appoint Negro as Collector. New York, June 27. Presi dent Harding has reached an agreement with State and local Republican leaders on the appointment of Charles W. Anderson, negro, Collector of Internal Reyenue A new internal revenue district is to be created, covering substantially the area of the old Rinewonn,Tetterorotherltch-In- unuauii at our nix. SnJ S Used 40 Years Paul Drug Co. HENRY W. DEPP, DE3TTIST CARDUI The Woman's Tonic fi A " fAm permanently located in Columbia. . Sold Everywhere All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a v . ww L,. H.-Jone- s Veteriaary Surgeon and Denlisl Third District. The local Republican leaders say that President Harding in choosing Anderson is acceding to the request of negro Specialty. Alt Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. s means a yearly upkeep saving pf over 1,00,000,000. pehtier-Dempse- Total gate receipts at the y fight were v Car- - New York is to build a Turk ish bathhouse whicfiMs to cost I e $1,500,000. 8pecial attention given Disease . Domestic Animals qfflce at ResUence, 1 mite of town, o -- amestown road. of' ... t G. Columbia Kg? V. Ski THE ADAIR GOUNTY.NEWS dair Goaivty NevJs Published On Tuesdays Q44"fr0MfrO0e forEvety Field tfsj 4625 F.OS.Dctnit j ftt Golam6ia, Keruacky. 4e4e444 HEADER 4 J E. MURRELL.Z MRS. DAISYlHAblLETT. EcTO? -- ' .-- DOUBLE A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the Tinted In- terest of the city of Columbiajand the People cf Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered at the Columba' mail matter. Post-offi- ABSOLUTE A.TJCTIOiSr SATFR as second Two Hanging Fork Farms s TUESD. JULY. 12; 1921. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $L50 Kentucky In $2.00 Outside of Kentucky AH Subscriptions are due and Payable In Advance. Pumps Water Out in Idaho the weather cut some shines last week. The thermometer registered 92 degrees, and the same day a snow storm came. Dempsey is ready to meet any man in the world who wants his belt The Frenchman was not in the fight, as he fell at the beginning of the fourth round. Former Representative Swag-e- r Sherley, Kentucky, has announced that he will form a law .partnership in Washington and Following will remain there. his retirement from Congress, the Kentuckian was appointed by former President Woodrow Wilson as Director of Finance of the Railroad Administraion. The indications point to the ultermately adoption of the Versailles Peace Treaty. The National Council of the Economic League, Chief Justice Wm. H. Taf t being the President, embracing about forty States, ar.e largely in favor of its adoption. The farmer will not see any bet ter times than now exist, un ii a peace treaty is signed. Our ports must be opened to trade. Walter P. Stamp, of Louis" ville, was tried lasb week,, charged with the murder of W. Smith Russell and also shooting Mrs. Russell. The defense did not introduce any testimony and did not make an argument. The ju jy was out about one hour, bringing, in a verdict, fixing his punishment at death. The attorney Clem W. Huggins will move for anew trial and if not granted, will appeal the case. It was a terrible murder, and in our judgment the accused is in a bad row of stumps. Does Every Power Live Stock, Farming Implements, Etc. Job Tills Silos You can plow, disk, Wednesday, July 20 AT 10 A. M. ON. harrow, harvest, "Grind? ffeed vms Machine, i Fordson Tractor. Twenty-fou- r hours each day, every working day in the year it will give maximum service. Light but powerful it gets from job to job quickly. Easy to operate and control efficient, economical and above ng thresh, bale hay, grind feed, fill the silo, saw wood, pump water, pull stumps, do road work or any other power job around the farm quicker, easier and at less cost toy ouwith the A. C. Coffey's 98 Acres-Subdiv- ided This splendid farm is located on the Hustonvlle & McKinney turnpike about one mile from the thriving town of McKinney with her gradedlschool, churches, railroad station on the Southern Railroad, a good shipping point; bank, stores mill, good citizenship, etc, and about three miles from that model progressive town of Hustonville. This is a good strong productive Hanging Fork land. Fine hemp, tobacco and corn land, Practically all lays level, in fine neighborhood; the right size tract. Splendid improvements. Just the place you have been looking for. y residence of eight rooms, hall, three porchNew elegant es, good cellar, large tobacco and stock barn and all other'necessary outbuildings, Fine water. Well at door, everlasting springs, pond, etc Well fenced. 2 acres in com; good stand; 5 acres in tobacco; 1 6 acres in 35 acres in wheat stubble sown to timothy and clover, clover and timothy meadow; 4 acres in hemp seed; 25 acres in blue grass sod and timothy pasture, good garden, etc. This farm will be offered in two tracts about 60 acras with all improvements two-stor1 IMPROVEMENTS. and about 38 acres unimproved land. A, J. Weddle's 157 Acres-Subdiv- ided all DEPENDABLE. Get in the power-farmioperation. frame of mind now. Call, phone or drop us a card for facts. See the Fordson in practical This fertile Hanging Fork farm is also a part of the S. M. Owens farm and joins the tract Rich productive soil. A money maker and dividend producer. above described. ' Improvements consist of eight room dwelling, porches, etc., two nice tenant houses, 5 acre tobacco barn, extra large stock barn and a world of other outbuildings. Fine orchard of splendid variety of fruit covering several acres. An abundance of everlasting water, well, springs, ponds, creek, etc. 1 This farm will be subdivided into two tracts; 127 acres with main dwelling, barns, etc, and acres with tenant house; 33 acres in corn; 45 acres in wheat stubVlesown to timothy and clover, 30 good stand; 40 acres in oats sown to timothy and clover with good stand; 6i acres in tobacco; 24 acres in timothy meadow; 0 acres in blue grass sod. 1 This is an IDEAL STOCK FARM. A regular tractor farm. You will be able to buy exactly what you want at this sale. It will be offered in a good many different ways. Will sell it in whatever way you want it a part of the Coffey land with a part of the Weddle land and The Buchanan Columbia, - Kentucky. this country has ever seen was during the administrations 'of Woodrow Wilson, the brainiest man that was ever in public life. Wall-Street vice .versa. driving and work horse, perfectly gentle; one team of good work mules; one nice Shetland pony and colt; one registered Angus Bull, a dandy; five good steers, weight about 800 pounds; three yearling heifers; one heifer calf; two registered Durock sows; six large brood sows and 40 pigs; 50 good stock ews; 150 barrels of com; lot of buggy; one No. 5 De Laval cream separator; one practically new disc harrow; hay; one rubber-tir- e consists of one good eight-year-oid The personality INCORPORATED stands higher. If he is elected he would make a representative for all the people. As soon as possible he will visit Taylor county, and we feel sure he will Journal haz- make a good impression, and lots The ards the guess that there will be of friends. no objection from men to women serving on jurors, men summon ALWAYS TWO MDES. will be ed for jury service When you have read of the prompt to say, "Ladies first." crimes and quarrels and irregu Jury service is- indeed, a dislarities of life until you are deagreeable thing, but busy men pressed and douhtful about the There are some 'people who should not shirk it as they do. old world, remember that these foolishly believe that a Demo- Some "method should be worked things are displayed because crat has no right to have a choice out under which a man will only they are news and because they between Republicans when a have to do jury service once in arewunusual. They are the exDemocrat is not a candidate for three years, or in five years, but ceptional things' anr for that position. A Democrat can con- will be required to do that, much. reason they were printed with a sistently have a choice between Women may agree "at first to do big, black head over them. And Republicans, but' it is not neces- jury service because of the nov- for the same reason you read sary for him to vote, but there is 'elty, but when the novelty wears them. And if it is an article no party law to keep him from off the chances are that they will about some man or woman going voting if he so elects. If he try to evade service exactly as wrong, rest assured that the should cast his suffrage for a do the men. vast majority of people who read Republican under the above cirarticle do not approve of it? cumstances', it makes him no less Mr. Noah Loy, who is the that to Democratic candidate to repre- There ar.e always two sides Democrat. and sent Adair and Taylor in the the things you see and heard Yon can't judge Democratic Chairman White next Legislature, is a gentleman read abput. of a says the people are fast losing .who stands well in Adair county, properly the movement , army by. watching a few faith in the Republican party so much so that he was elected whole So you can't tell the from its failure to meet expecta- - School Commissioner three and a stragglers. human race by ru tions at Washington.- - It is some half years ago in this county and trend of the you hear flying about the time off, but if hard times con Adair is largely Republican. Mr. mors ugly things you read tinue andtaxes continue to in- Loy has been a diligent official streets or People generally crease, the next President of the Bince he was inducted into the in the papers. they are looking for, United States will be a Demo-crat- . office, and stands well with the find what only look on the Unfilled promises will Jkill teachers of this county. He is and if they or listen only to rumors any party. Notwithstanding he an honest straight forward man, of a and no man in that part of they 'are. not apt to learnt the was commander-in-Chijjreat world war, the best times tWlalL nucic lie v aa iaigu, iifiuu u.v... ....... ..0 ,, ,.. j . - one good Johnson binder; one Superior wheat drill, good as new; two turning touring car and other things too numerous to mention. plows; one Ford This will be just as Absolute Sale as any Master Commissioner Sale ever held in Lincoln county or any other county. Messrs Weddle and Coffey have already made their arrangements to go in other business. They know they have got to lose on this land and their minds are fully made up to take the loss let it be whatever it may, It is going to sell and sell right. Remember our d contract calls for an ABSOLUTE SALE for the HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, or by. limit. Don't let this opportunity pass you Just get two facts firmly fixed in your mind. First the last bid on sale day gets the deed the date WEENESDAY, JULY 20th at 10 A. M., rain or shine, this property. Second to and be there and YOU may be the lucky one to own this dandy farm at a bargain. Terms exby-bi- 4 ceedingly easy and made known on day of sale. We will sell with immediate possession all crops. To the person guessing closest to what this land will sell for we will give away $ 0.00 in gold absolutely free and to person guessing next closest $5.00 in gold. Dinner on the ground. We invite the closest inspection of these valuable 1 holdings. I For further particulars, see, write or phone either the owners, A. C. Coffey Weddle, Hustonville, Kentucky, or and A. J. 4 Res. hughes COL. J. B. DINWIDD1E, On The Block. & Mccarty e44"Q"Q"9"Q"frQ"Q"fr4 Phoe 13-- B. 4 4 4"QH044fr9"0"fr6"0"9 ESTABLISHED 189S Incorporated 1906 STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Business Phone 13-- A Or. J. N Murreil A. The Peoples BanR of Metcalfe ( County Carver. Cashikr J. Thompson. Prks. ' Edmonton, . Kentucky. J. R. Wilson. Vice-Pres. C. J. P. DENTIST- We pay 12 CAPITAL. SURPLUS ASI PROFITS S02.000.0O DEPOSITS 6VER ($250,000.00 Office,' Front Rooms Jeffries B'l'dg. UP STAIRS. 4 per cent, per annum on time deposits and issue certificates of deposit for same, due 6 and months after date. Where interest is added at end of maturity period, customer receives compound interest on his money. Funds deposited on time can be withdrawn AT ANY TIME before maturity of certificate, upon surrender of certificate and forfeiture of Interest ONLY on amount drawn out. . For over 20 years, we have numbered among our best customers, some of the good citizens of Adair county. Wo shall be pleased to receive deposits by mall or otherwise. COLUMBIA, KY sur-fac- e, ef j "The Uews $1',50 in Kentucky. Advertise In The News ty ? rtijctA 4 , . v5". "&1TT1 fWP", ZT -- -' . m THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Oil Prospector's Guide. OIL KND GHS Adair, Cumberland, Russell Counties, Kentucky. H It is the BY E. T. KEMPER. opinion of some of the best posted oil men in the country that the prices on crude oil have reached bottom, and that there will be a steady and The Origin of OH, Where it Originated. How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to'Find It. i r THE tTNJVERSAl & r By V. A. SMITH. Geologist, locator of Healdton. Oklahoma and Allen and Warren County, Kentucky Oil Fields. PRICE GEOLOGICAL. 403. 11.00 ASSOCIATION'-Roo- ', RESEARCH Louisville National Bank Bldg. P. O. Box 867, Louisville, Kentucky. ' i f trend in prices from now on. This is encouraging to operators generally. Mr. Hugo Burgheim, Cincinnati, was here the latter part of the week negotiationg for the purchase of a drilling rig with which to operate in the Creels-bor- o field. He expects to return here at an early date to complete arrangements. substantial upward Mr. Tom W. Weller, Birmingham, Ala., of the firm of Weller & Company, now operating in the Creelsboro field, visited this section during the past week, and he gave out the information that they expect to continue drilling operations in this territory uninterruptedly for the present. A Florida syndicate is arrang- Brush Creek field, Cumberland county, was 'here during the week for the purpose of inspecting the territory and arranging for drilling operations which they expect to begin in the near future. Mr. Van Sickle is a d man in the business, and he has great faith in this section becoming a productive oil field. He and his associates expect to spend a large sum of money in developing their holdings in the territory. Advices pome from The Hague that the Dutch parliament on July 1, .by a vote of 27 to 8, adopted the Djambi Oil bill providing for the exploitation of the va .liable Djambi oil fields for a period of forty years, by a combination of the Dutch Indian government and the Batavia Oil Company. By adpoption of the bill American interests are excluded from exploitation in the D jamba fields. well-poste- James, of Crocus, were in Columbia last Thursday. Mr Doc Walker is visiting in Metcalfe and Barren counties for a week Barksdale Hamlett has returned. from a months visit to Louisville and CR A '$415.00 f.o. b. Detroit. Elizabethtown. Mr and Mrs. , Ira Powers, of Har-rodsbu- rg, Jr "We visited Mrs. Powell's par- ents last week. Mrs. A. T. Lowe was taken very ill represent the most thorough and all-rou- nd up-to-da- te motor car car on the market last Sunday afternoon, but is better' at this writing. Mr. Elsie Young was quite sick sev,. eral days of last week, but he is some better at this writing. Mrs. Ada B. Snow, sister of Mr. Charles Campbell, spent several days in Columbia last week. Shively is spending1; several weeks with her brother, who lives in North Dakota. Mr. M. F, Sparks, Red Lick,and Mr P. C. Jones, East Fcrk, were in ' ,, last Thursday. Miss Flossie i C6-lumb- ia in the world, turning out the best the most adaptable to every need of every class of people. The Ford Service organization, of which we are a branch, the most extensive as well as the most intensive organization of in existence, consisting of over 18,000 Service is-- ' its-kin- d wife, and Mr. Andrew Howard, daughter, of Greensburg,'were visit--- , " ing in Columbia 'Monday. ' Stations in States. Jt is our duty to uphold the high ideals of the in this territory, to deliver cars as promptly as possible, to give quick and thorough repair service and courteous treatment to the-UniteFord'-organization- d s all customer. ,. Miss Dorothy Baker, of Monticello, r, ing to begin drilling operations BIG REFINERY PROPOSED BAKERTON. at once on the F. M. Flatt farm, located on the north side of the , pj. J J ' illl3. UftlUDUW UbbVUi);uui1U w.iu. river a short distance west of xueasra. rraiiK. luuuarusun auu Mr. Thos Bardin and family, or ' Indications Creelsboro. are E. T. Kemper, of this city, were Barren county, visited at the home of INCORPORATED promising for a good strike to be in Lexington during the past Mr. Stephen Wilker-o- n last week, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. week in conference with parties made in that locality. Mr H J JoneSi of Charleston, The Standard Oil Company looking to the erection of a large ind., visited his brother, J. W Jones, refining plant to of Clensfork, several days last week, have notified the U. S Shipping and Board that it will no longer in- be located at Bakerton, just Judge J. C. Carter had a tooth the river from the Brush ed last Monday morning and he has Stanley Pace clude Mexican oil in contract Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bishop, and suffered greatly since it was extracted, shipments, but will substitute I Creek field. Representatives of Mr. Robt. Lloyd, County Attorney children, of Louisville, arrived last oncrarn nn American oil therefor. The com ...jxv... ut.v rrfWr, i,upmuiiL)W, of Russell and Mr. W. J Chumley, of week, to spend eight or ten days with uvu.iu ofoi;0f0 pany has contracts to supply the who met them there, assured the Jamestown bar, were here a few Mrs. Bishop's parents, M r. and Mrs. H. C. Feese. board with 18,000,000 barrels of them that the necessary funds days ago. & for the prosecution of the enterMrs. Andrew Moore and little son. fuel oil. Mr. Geo Coffey, deputy sheriff, and prise would be forthcoming: just Mr. T. A. Firkin accompanied Ray- - iouisviue, are visiting a& tnenuuie ui A bill is now before Congress, as soon as they vvere provided mond Driscoll from Louisville jail to Mrs. Moore's uncle, Mr R. L. Davis and with every indication that it Mrs. Moore, before her marriage, at- with all details. An experienced tnis Place- will pass by a substantial majortended the Lindsey- - Wilson. EES&tSSV Mr. Edison offers nrivre trtto'rcr and competent engineer will be Mr. Wm D. Wilson and Miss Mary ity, and become a law at no dis$10,000. Hevvantsaphras or five ii5jk. Mr. R T. Baker, wife and two chilL. Wilson visited their brother, Mr. words that will distinguish Edison from Sufe? tant date, provides for an import sent here the first of this week B. E. Wilson, last week, and attended dren, Mr. Heilman Baker and Mr mere talking machines. for the purpose of making a surtax on crude oil of 35 cents per Paull Glidewell, all of Amandaville. the Chautauqua. If you will fill out this coupon we will loan you vey of the territory, and in drawMiss Frances Reed spent a day or were here several days cf last week, barrel, and 25 cents per barrel a New Edison for three days so that you can learn ing plans and figuring estimates two of last week at the bedside of her attending the Chautauqua what its music will do for you. on fuel oil. American operators of cost, etc., and the work will aunt, Miss O. M. Reed, who is in the Mr. Jonn A. Harris left the latter This close acquaintance with the musical powers are very much in favor of the of the New Edison will give you ideas for phrases Infirmary, Louisville. be pushed to the limit. It is Norton part of last week to spend a day at law, and they are leaving no to submit for Mr. Edison's $10,000 Prize Contest- Clyde Crenshaw and wife, Er- - Mammoth Cave, meeting some Tennunderstood that the scheme car- - Mr. stone unturned to secure the ries with it the installation of a !nest Smith' J- - T-- Gowdy' c' Fl Mantz essee friends when he reaches the passage of the bill at the earliest gasoline boat and barges with and Henry Parrott, of Campbellsville, cave. He will return to Columbia. ADDXESS possible date. were here last Wednesday. Prof. W. M. Wilson and Mrs. Wil which to market product along Mr. T. Owen Naylor, a native, a son George and In a private letter received Cumberland river, and tank of Mr. and Mrs. James Naylor, son and the two children, j Sara, have gone to Catlettsburg, here a few days since from Mr trucks to serve the interior dis- Okeene, Okla., is visiting relatives in where Prof. Wilson will teach. We Geo. H. Palmer, President of COLUMBIA, KY. tricts and towns. The plant is Columbia and out in Adair. commend them as numbered among the Palmer Oil & Gas Co., now expected to be in full operation Mr. Claud Buster and sister, Miss our best people. spending a few days at his home Margie, of Creelsboro, were at the within the next sixty or ninety vLi&? aciMiss Minnie Bouland, of Erlington, in Cleveland, states that it is days. home of Mr. W. A. Garnett, last Sun- Ky., who is in educational work, was his desire to return to Columbia day, and attended the Chautauqua. here two or three days of last week. very soon, and also that he exMr. Luther Benard and Mr. N. B. Tuesday evening she and Miss Alye PERSONAL Falkenburg, and Mr W. J. Chumley, Garnett were entertainea by Miss few hours. Her nephew, Mr. G. R. in the Republican pects to bring his family with majority fest of Jamestown, weie down lastThurs- - Katie Murrell. Red, and wife, this place.is with her each House. him. Mr. Palmer has made a' a The staunch Mr. Eva Walker is visiting at Van dey, having some business in Court Mr. Reed Shelton, of Illinois, another during his Lear, Ky. host of friends here o Judge Rollin Hurt attended the Inquirer, spokesman faz?r Mrs Kent Bryant rod Mrs. W. P. meeting of the Bar Association which nephew, is at her bedside stay in our midst, and they all Mrs. Zora Winfrey Pennsylvania reactionary is reported as Bryant pf Ozark and Craycraft,- - visit- convened the first of last week at "wish him unbounded success in some better. commenting on The almost painful notes of ed The News office last Wednesday. Ashland. At this meeting changes of his undertakings. Mr. W, B. Patteson has been quite The former is our Ozark correspond of former Chairiossati some laws now en force, were discuss- - discontent over the inaction and Mr. J. E. Carnahan, the big sick for several days ent ed by prominent and learned attor- apparent inabMity of the admin- cf the House appropriations Goz2 operator and manufacturer Judge J. C. Carter was able to walkoil Mr. E S. Crume and wife, of Louis- neys. istration continue in the Repub mittee, Good, who recently out last Sunday afternoon. from Canton, Ohio, spent a por ville, will visit Mrs. 'Daisy Hamlett, from Gongres, thatna Mrs. L. B. Hurt, who has been in liean press, which is much severMrs. W. A. Coffey was taken quite this week, arrriving Tuesday night. tion of the past week in this secof Lebanon for several months, returned er in its criticism than the Demo- - less the expendituresill last Wednesday afternoon. Mr 'Crume is a brother of Mrs. Ham- to her home in this place, last Wedtion arranging for the installacratic press, because the latter government are materially 2e Mr. Lewis Coffey, this place, is now lett. nesday afternoon. She was accom tion of his big refinery at Creelshas shown a disposition all along duced and the burden of tazaticfz: filling a position in Memphis, Tenu. W. N. McCubbins, Republi- panied by her son, Mr. Jo Hurt, who Hon. boro. Ha reported that the subsequently lightened theK&r .Miss Marshall Paull visited Miss can candidate to represent Adair and spent several hours in Columbia then to give tlie administration affair work is being pushed as fast as chance to make good. The Bos publicans will be swept out sir Iva Dudgeon, of Lebanon, last week. Taylor, in the next Legislature, was Iwent to Somerset. locol conditions will permit, and power, says: "Beyond o.doublJ: ebony-dyeMiss Martha Garratt, of Richmond, over from his county several days of Mrs. Jo Rosentield, who makes her ton Transcript, an they expect to have the that the American people have beess visited Mrs. C. T Stults during last last week-Mhome at Middlesboro, arrived a few Republican paper, commenting plant in operation at no distant we,ek greatly disappointed by the: Tap and Mrs. E. E. Cole of Baker-to- days ago, accompanied by her little on what it calls the ''Republican His small plant on the A. date. sum of accomplishments spent a few days with their granddaughter, Miss Mary Lee Mr J C Stephenson and wife, of Failure" and the explanation of G. Coffey farm, near Creelsboro, Rowena, who lives ,at Smith's Grove attended the Chautauqua daughter, Mrs Tommie Conover and some of the President's friend's in the directions indicated." running full capacity. is last week. Mrs Coles sister, Mrs. D E Phelps They will probably remain in Columthat the Republican majority in warns.- Republican. leadersv!sj bia until the first of September last; week. Mr. C H. Van Sickle, Tampa, Congress is too large.to be hand- Congress that tbey sHould'h'esSl Mrs. J. G. Myers, of Canton,Ohio, is Miss O. M. Reed, who is in Norton Mrs. J. C.xCarter came up Friday, Florfda, representing a large visiting' her parents. .Mr and Mrs. D. led easily.'says: "We think we Mr. Good's warning, but sees Infirmany, Louisville, was reported, from Tompkinsville, to bevith Judge i syndicate there, with valuable E. Phelps can safely promise the President evidence of such a desire. during his illness. She was Saturday, as being Jn a very,critical Carter ' j ' . Mr. J- - O,, Miller and. his brother, accompanied by their Mr. condition, not expected to live bufa . I . a considerable reduction GGE US. lease holdings in the Bakerton ' ia visiting at the home of her grand-fatheJudge H. C. Baker. FOR Gen. Jas. Garnett, Louisviile, is spending a few days at his old home 1 The Buchanan Lyon Co. ( ' up-to-da- te pull-acro- ss . ) The iiw EDI SON m days y"aw of fre.Pf. t Re-Creat- ed HERBERT TAYLOR ,:? - - - fill out and mail this Ad PhBa--delphi- m, th&-predictio- n T-si- gned - tb" I d r. n, Rosen-field- ,. to-da- re "!- -: V 3, , -- son-in-la- THATy-NEXrjtB- L J rtftWWr.-J4af- e -- Jfc jj&uieii$K&m mysr ua. ,tir aiaa.v M. 'T- - 8JJ C T. ;" '??e' 3P' ADAIR COUNTS NEWS Announcements. . ' FOR COUKTY ATTORNEY. PRINCESSES AS 5 YEARS Man IN PRISON, INNOCENT "V- -v toannounce Junius Hancock a candidate for County STENOGRAPHERS We are authorizad to announce tbat Attorney ofJAdair County, subject to . J; C Carter, of Monroe county, is a the action of the Republican party, to to the office be expressed at the August primary .to Sindidate for Russian Countesses Also to Be , of Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th be hefd August 6th. Found Holding Jobs as Judicial district of Kentucky, subject W to the Republican primary, to be held We are authorized to announce Typists in Riga. A. Coffey a candidate for $he first Saturdayjin August, 1921. to the office of County Attorney of Adair county, subject to tne action of NOBiLITY IS DOWN AND OUT EOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY the Republican primary, to be held the first Saturday in August. Well.Educatcd People, Unaccustomed We are authorized to announce that . FOU v CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized and Wife Convicted of Second Degree Murder in Pennsylvania to Be Freed. The Louisville Jl. A.. Huddleston, of Cumberland At- County, is a candidate for FOR TAX COMMISSIONER. We are authorized to announce Rol-li- n B. Fatton a candidate for Tax torney in this the 29th Judicial disCommissioner of Adair county, subtrict, subject to the action of the Be publican primary to be held the first ject to the action of the Republican to the office of Commonwealth's to Work, Now Anxious to Do Any. thing to Save Them From Star-- . vation Property Gone. Saturday in August, 1921. For Sheriff. We are authorized tcfannounce that W. B. Patteson is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to announce that ffeo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subjactto the action of the Republican party, expressed at l fche August primary. We are authorized to announce J. K. Wolford, of Casey Creek, a candidate for sheriff of Adair county, sub-eto the action of the Republican T?icty. ct G. Go wen, of Sparksville precinct, is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republi- We are authorized to announce that can primary, to be held Saturday, August For County Judge Wa are authorized to announce Geo. a candidate for Judge of f. HerrifordCounty Court, subject to thA Adair the action of the Republican primary to be help the first Saturday in Au- gust. We are authorized to announce tbat Walter S. Sinclair ia a candidate for to the office of County Judge of Adair county, subject to the efctoa of the Republican primary to be held the first Saturday in August. on We are authorized to announce B. Hurt a candidate for Judge Rippetoe, Columbia, visit- rates of Latvian or Esthonian exof the Adair County Court, subject to Republican primary, to be held ed friends at this place the third change, and local profiteers tossed fat the bank rolls of almost August 6 Saturday night and Sunday, or marks to waiters worthless rubles who count only also attended the party at Mr. in hundreds or thousands. An American correspondent who adfor County court clerk. K. W. Bell's. vertised In a. Riga newspaper for a to read, write John Ross whose home is at translator able English, Russian and We are authorized to announce Mr. speak fluently and gingham Moore a candidatefor Coun- Creelsboro, visited his sisters, German, and with some knowledge of ty Court Clerk of Adair County, sub-ec- t Lettish, received 51 replies by mail. to the action of the Republican Mrs. C. P. Duvall and Mrs. J. The corridor facing his room In the party, as expressed at the primary, C. Goff, this place the latter hotel was filled with men and women seeking to apply personally for the pofirst Saturday in August. Lu-fllan Riga, Latvia. It is nothing unusual in Riga to have a Russian princess party, expressed at the August pri- as your stenographer. At least a business man can acquire the service of mary a countess in that capacity. Almost every diplomatic or consular mission FOR MAGISTRATE. In Riga has at least one princess or countess working as typist. . We "are authorized to announce that If the supply of princesses and B. O. Hurt is a candidate for Magi- countesses fail there remains a large people, strate in District No. 2, composed of number of other -Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and most of them unaccustomed to work but Ozark voting precincts, subject to the save now anxious to do anything to them action of the Republicaan primary, have been from starvation. Men who general managers of big August 6 Russian factories are now glad to take any kind. of decent honorable employment to earn thelr living here. Montpelier. Downfall Complete. The condition of these Russian refugees who have found shelter in the Health of this community is infant Baltic states shows how complete rhas been the financial downfall very good at present. )f the Russian nobility. In Riga, Re-vand other Baltic towns princes, Crops are looking fine since 'tarons and counts and their families, the showers. accustomed for decades In Russia to lives of luxury, are living a Rev. Guinn delivered an existence. The possessions sermon at Pleasant which they once had and that escaped confiscation by the Bolshevikl clutter Hill Sunday. up the shelves of second-handealers in these place attend- Jewels, fine cities. Diamonds, other Several from this tapestries and the counts ed the all day singing at Hayes less costly of a luxurf-ou- s civilization have been sold by Chapel last Sunday. these refugees to get bread. g The correspondent was present a The two socials given at the few nights ago at an entertainment homes of Messrs. K. W. Bell's for the benefit of these refugees all the old and C. P. Duvall's, last Saturday members ofthe more Russian nobility. Some of fortunate had night, were very much enjoyed saved their evening clothes. They were in sharp contrast to those that by the young folks. had not. Here and there vere men In coats Rev. Jesse Murrell, Columbia, of one color, trousers of another and visited his sister, Mrs. Addie 'an shoes or high boots. They danced Taylor, this place, the first of with women as variously clad some chic, In latest jnodois, some in shirtthe week. waists and skirts; still others In frocks so obviously"1 homemade or reMrs. E. R. Willis and Mrs. R. made that the poorest shopgirl in T. Bennett this place, attended 'New York would sniff at them. Fat Bank Rolls. the sale of J.W. Blair, deceased, The casual stranger dropping Into Riga or Reval for a day or two would last Saturday. never find this poverty. Instead, he would find cafes, open all night, where Misses Maili Clayton and foreigners. lucky because of the low well-educate- d Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Jack-in- o Miracho, sentenced to the Eastern penitentiary from Marcus Hook five years ago for second degree murder, are soon to be freed, the state pardon board being convinced that they never conunitted the crime. They were convicted of murdering Peter Garage, who, with his son, came to board with them. One day Garage was found stabred and at first said he had been stabbed by a man from Philadelphia. Before Garage died an Interpreter talked to him in Italian and at the trial testified that Garage told him that the Mirachos had inflicted the wounds. Thus they were convicted. Since then It has been learned, that Garage had killed a man at Utica, N. Y., had cut and slashed another man and had attacked his wife with a hatchet, leaving her for dead. The wife appeared and claimed the child. Prior to the conviction of the Mirachos, a man appeared and said he would reveal the murderer, but on the eve of the trial this man was mureight-year-old COURIER JOURNAL The Great Paper of the Southland - 1 is ably edited; ic is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- The l the champion of clean government. surpasses all its competitors in The Courier-Journequipment for getting the news of the day, because it haa not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. al dered. Learning all of the above, the pardon board decided that any number of persons other than the Mirachos would" have had a motive, in killing Garage, whereas the Mirachos had none. Thus the board has recommended a pardon for them. No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It By special arrangements we are now able to offer Courier-Jouru- al "CHIMP" THAT WRITES The. Daily al AND THE Adair County News hand-to-mout- h ng jflB Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 jlPp"" V Outside the city limits of Columbia d knick-knack- This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. sub- Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. iw3333BMSBk. u f-iL- v Js-- v Here is "John Willie," four year olrf chimpanzee, household pet of a London resident. He eats his meals with the grace pf a human and has many other intelligent traits. He is shown In the above picture writing his life history. EX-OFFI- Co-rin- ne BOY HEADS BANK Milton E. Ailes, Who Worked In Treasury, President of Riggs National. began x x x HAIL In Field? One FIRE In Barn to County Court Clerk part of last week. Wheat crops thruout this secWe are authorized to announce Mr. C. Neat a candidate for reelection tion are now ready for threshing. S. Counof Adair action of the Rety, subject to the publican party, as expressed at the primary, first Saturday in August. We are authorized to announ.ce that Miss Christine Nell, of Grady viile, Is candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair county, sub!ect to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August primary. are authorized to announce that Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is E candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican primary, to be held the first Saturday in We August. FOR JAILER. A large yield is expected. Dewey Turner, Crocus Creek, recently spent Saturday night and Sunday with Parrish Reece this place. Misses Margie and Lula Antle are attending the Summer school at Russell Springs. Mr. Ira Blankenship this place went to Jamestown, last Saturday and purchased himself a new buggy. . Miss Minnie1 Duvall, of Clin ton county is visiting her broth er, C. P. Duvall, this place. Mr. R. A. Stone who is taking a treatment under Dr. Wahoo, is authorized to announce improving. Frank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice Mrs. Holland Harvey and Miss precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Harvey,- - Fairplay, visited Adair county, subject to the action of Lina the Republican primary, to be held in the formers parents Mr. J. C. August. Reece, this place last week. ' Ye are FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. twenty-fou- r Washington. Milton E. Ailes, who hlr career as a boy in the Treasury department clearing ashes from the fireplaces and filling the was lately elected president of the Rlggs National bank, one of the largest financial institutions of the sition. Most of them were so well East. educated that they could qualify not For many years he has been a vice only in the four languages mentioned president. Charles C. Clover, the presbut in others as well. They were ident, was elected chairman of the either out of work or receiving such board. small pay in their present employAiles came to the capital many years ment that they were anxious to ago a penniless boy from Shelby counchange. ty, Ohio. While he polished door Among the applicants were a for- knobs and studleU a broom In the mer colonel in one of the most aristo- treasury, he studied finance. cratic Pfetrograd guard regiments, a When John G. Carlisle took the dozen other former officer's, two men treasury portfolio, Ailes became priwho had been managers of big Rus- vate secretary to one of his assistants. sian factories, and many other Lyman J. Gage found his knowledge people. of treasury affairs so compete that he asked President McKinley to make Killed a Deer Illegally. Ailes assistant secretary of the treasStroudsburg, Pa. A hunting party ury. McKinley appointed him Secrecomposed of Moses, Ernest, Levy, Alva tary's Gage's chief assistant. After Ladlee and Perry Pine was fined $500 enjoying the Intimate friendship of and costs for killing a deer out of sea- McKinley and Roosevelt, Ailes left the son. The men were accused by J. W. treasury and became a banker. Hornbeck and Emmet Steele, game wardens. Moses and Ernest Ladlee pleaded guilty to the charge at once DISEASE SPINS MAN LIKE TOP and paid their fines of $100 each and costs. The other three appealed from Peculiar Ailment Also Causes New York Patient's Eyes to the summary conviction until their Roll Wildly. cases were heard before Judge Samuel appeal was disE. Shull, when the New York. Although the doctors of missed and they were also fined $100 the Kings county hospital are accuseach and costs. tomed to all sorts of medical and surgical cases, one that has created Interest in the Institution is that of dward water-coolers, well-educat- Insurance Policy Protects every Minute . Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE. x W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. AH Kinds of Insurance x r. &ii2e) aetae eesaeK "It is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need It and Not Have It." r The Only Sure Way is to se Us Before It Happens. -- 1 1 Apple Seed, 12 Years in Girl's Ear, Is Perfect - Wood-haveKeller, aged forty-ninbelieved to be sufL. I., who Is fering from Meniere's disease. At Ine, n, 1 ? We are authorized to announce M X Winfrey a candidate for te the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Aaiair county, subject to the action of In Toledo thirteen persons inthe Republican primary to be held 1921. cluding four women were conthe first Saturday in August, Jqhn A. Moon, for ? years a Congressman from i Tennessee, died in Chattanooga. He was 'beaten last fall. T T T I T victed, for the mail robberies ag- We are authorized to announce W. gregating $1,000,000 Price a candidate for Circuit The number of native GerCourt Clerk of Adair, .county, subject Republican party, to the action of the mans living in Milwaukee total .xpreased at the primary the. first 30,000, Saturday la August. ! f . f t X Mathias, W. Va. An apple seed was removed, from the ear of Miss Neva Sherman, this place, where it had lodged 12 years ago while playing when a child.' She said at that" time the seed caused her much pain and that her mQther, with some Instruments as. a household probe, thought she had removed the seed, as the pain stopped. About two weeks ago the ear began to pain her much and Dr. E. R. Miller of Harrisonburg, Va., found the seed and removed firm it The seed was asear 12 as the years day it lodged la tbe ago. tervals the patient has attacks of vertigo and everything about him seems to evolve, with the result th,at the patient spins like a: top until he falls. During these attacks his eyes roll wildly and the pain Is excruciating. Although little is known of the disdue to a ease, it Is supposed to-condition of the semicircular canal in the Inner ear. be v REED ESTSUR-AJSrC- E BROS- - IN" ATiT,, I ITS BRANCHES COHTJMBIA., KY. l.i,.......,,, rr... .....1 t Maybe He Tripped on It. Augusta, Ky. B. W. McCracken, councllmanr thinks the thief who entered his home, stole a carpet, tied it up In the bedticb- and then hacked it to pieces must be a crank. The tick and mutilated carpet were found in an abandoned cistern in another - part of town. Advertise In The News ADAIR COUNTY NEVS Ufi-t mcto. ' r jryiv-- ' H-- i. garaaagfeggg AUSTRIA SPECIALIZES IN ART '"SLtizi-msfgr- asm. s - Kt&wmmmmmfm v OF BEGGING - AND INSULTING L , and theaters to be closed earlier in t& evening. 'Austria" dIdnothrng"ol'tb kind. Everything was HluminatK? a la giorno till midnight. It dl? nor matter If her subjects paid 8 kronen a kilogram for coal and her factories ..were obliged to stop work for lack of-coa- l. People Have Lost Every Sense of Dignity ami Their Whole Character, French Journalist SaysCountry Has Come to Look Upon Help From Abroad as Matter of Course New York. An interesting picture of conditions In Austria is given in the following article written for the New York Herald by W. Tohn Lenglet, a French journalist attached to the Japanese military mission in Vienna: After having been a year in Austria I have come to the conclusion tlat the country specializes in the art of begging and insulting. These two faults combined have been brought to such a height that the people have lost every sense of dignity and their whole 7 2: w &. TT $ Xm LSasF for twice the amount you ought to pay. If you protest, lie says "But, sir, what does it matter with the value of your money?" So far he Is very polite; but if you maintain your refusal, and you only pay the amount registered on the taximeter, with a certain tip let us say 10 per cent showerp of abuse follow you into The Buchanan Lyon Co Incorporated Hi i W. B. PATTESOIST t GENERAL ' ." InTerhational Advertise in'The your house. At a restaurant the head waiter Is ij-- c; a. -. very cringing when you give your orders. At the end of the meal, however, when you ask for your bill, he character. to the for- starts by making mistakes to his This is specially clear own advantage, Ti " eigner who stays a good deal in Vienna. chance, you mayof course, which by find out and have game goes on. passes rfe The foreigner who merely M? but a the bill changed. Then you give him through- brings nothing back 10 per cent as a tip. The head waiter remembrance of more-o- r less gay goes away and sends you the service worthWould Not Pay the Price, and of fantastic figures of to live waiter. Another tip required. Thinkless currency; but he who has (Ar.d Other Sizes in Proportion) ing yourself very generous, you withthere and take part in the everyday you sudlife of Vienna, especially If he take draw from the table when Hon. Denny H. Smith, of Ca Tire repair men, who ;u Jrc values deeply into the denly hear the "buttons" exclaim: class these tires as the trouble to look any other na- diz, in withdrawing from the Fcrty-ceve- n high-grahaving the sturdiest coicass heart of things, Is certainly convinced "Damned Frenchie (or head tionality, . which this car manufacturers use them a.-- standard equipment. that sfde by side with a certain misery waiter considers you), future single race for Circuit Judge in his disnot a privaIn the lower middle classes and Tlf.v pro the quniitv choice of cord users. a tip!" trict said in his card, "I am not tions among the upper classes, theren heller forexcept . I N r" a, the large restaurants, I must among the new rich "schieb-ersaexists withdrawing, from the race be "AS? ' ,r indifference to all the Inter- the staffs of which have been coun- cause I am defeated but because before the war in other ests of Austria which is hardly believ'tries. These are satisfied with 10 per able. - if y n? J I cannot afford to pay the price canon The "schieber" may be the middle cent go the bill. However,bigone restaucontinually to the ne- - low price is made possible by strictest econon.ies i to win and maintain my sell man of busiuess transactions, or even not prodiiction. an s man quite simply. The rants with the present high prices. the business You are treated in the same way respect." "schieber" is also the "bucket shop Plant .''o. 2 was for the sole purpose of making .illegally in by the shopkeeper and other people keeper," who speculates y... Non-Ski- a This is a sad commentary upos T "30x3y2-"nc- h r rabric tires. With a daily capocity public 1 exchange, who leads the freihandel who have put themselves Into of I6.CC J tires and20,0U0 tubes, this plant permits refined varied the conditions in that judicial (free commerce), and it is he who service. The method Is only production o- - ".juanlily basis ( notes, a according to the education they pos district, but it is probable tliat' piles up bundles of bank sess, m short, tlie foreigner m AusAll materia!.; k ait-- Uie best oblaina.bl?. The auaiitv is single one of which he will not spend If i" h" be.st fabric tire ever oi!.red to the car In tria must allow himself to be bled the same conditions would preuniform. unless it bring him the equivalent pleasures or goods. The interest of his from every vein If he wishes to live vail in any other district where country? He laughs at it as at a In peace. Since the nota of the French gov- there was a heated. contest. splendid joke the starving children of foreigners. He ernment, in the name of all the allied can be looked after by The use of money in pol5tie& governments, threatening to withdraw can eat white bread and he does so all help from Austria in the event is bad enough in any kind? of s. without scruple. He can drink champagne at 3,000 crowns a bottle. He of her uniting with Germany, the the rescued for their race for any kind of an office bu provides his wife with magnificent furs hatred felt by to rescuers rises the surface. Every for a judgeship it is most de-and precious jewels. He knows no money, conversation between an Austrian and duty but that of spending the underlying bit- plorable. How can we expect which he has gained by exploiting his a foreigner is full of The conversations which terness. wbeu-thoscountrymen in pleasures and luxuries. among themselves purity fromN the Bench He is the unmoral being wno nas the Austrians hold regardless of the who are chosen for it win. sprung from the Austrian soil since in public places, strangers within their midst, are full , spread over the land. misery by breaking the laws agaiuaS of unimaginable insults. Their hatred The Valute All Important only to the allies, but bribery? The republican form, AVhen the little bourgeois or shop- does not extend 'against smells the foreigner, he imm- there even exists resentment keeper of government is the best but it. ediately sizes up his "Valute." You are their beneficiaries, the neutrals. The Scandinavians have earned treated in accordance with the value Dutch and money. The South Ameri-'can- s is far from perfection in your national currency and the shop- a lot of of are rich. And all this shows that operation vvhen judeships ars-solman tries to convince you that if he of Austo the highest bidder and charges you three times as much as tliev should come to the help think that only are charged he is still tria. The Austrians Austrians a candidate retires from llllllllllllllllllllllllll mill rendering you a great service: "Was fair. They do not expect otherwise. when German Austrian Aims. Valute?" race because his conscience wil$ macht das denn in Hire Wish the allies, especially those of matter compared to (What does it quite another mat- not allow him to"pay the price. the value of your money?) This be- the entente, it is had dared to refuse greeting you ter. The entente comes as familiar as the Mr. Smith is to be congratulated get when you go into a shop. If you the credits requested? What a pity to upon his withdrawal under are good natured you will simply Its prisoners were not allowed starve during the war! The entente business. accept this as part of the but we cannot us to join Germany? circumstances "Worse tilings exist, for the Austrian does not want do so its perhas brought the art of begging to such Well, we shall time willwithoutwhen we congratulate the district where come whole mission. The a pitch that lie has made the selecting a Judge-arGermany to fight the the methods of , world believe in him, and the whole , will ally with such as the Cadiz candidater world England and the United States entente. ,That is the reasoning of the lie fooled! at the head allows itself to charges them to be. E Towii Gerr who the Committees have been formed Auswas just good enough News. man declared tria has been helpetl on every side to black the boots of the German her children have been sent to every army. and cared for: country to be nourished We you here know the .Miss Margarette Lindsey ! I have experienced moments dn ing and when they come back from these and the jimmy pipe of a countries, dressed in new clothes and winch the Austrian absence of char- the first woman to be named1 GO GET ONE! And get some Albert and improved morally and physically, their acter has been made clearly obvious. Forest Ranger. She- - has I returned in the company of my parents say : After all. it is not much bang a howdy-d- o on the big smoke-gonone of her friends one eveto the Yellojws&ane: . . . you see, the clothes are not wife and quality, ning from Baden, a little mountainchic; the stuff is not of the best Prince Albert ia goes for week Park. quality flavor coolness and the food, well, they do not trouble ous place, where one told in toppy red ends. As my companions were Engbags, tidy red tins, is in a class of own ! You never much about food over there." handsome pound carpentersBave Chicago However, w'lien one of their chil- lish we talked English. The tramcar, end half pound tin such tobacco! Why figure out what alone means pashumidors and in the comes back, they do their best to capable of carrying about forty age-scaldren posnd crystal glass up. Once on agreed to accept the- naw to your tongue and temper when we tell you send another over to the same condi-ti6n- s sengers, 'presently filled humidor with rather than remain idle as? tpznse moistener means another the way 'a man standing up, a typical . . . that Albert parch! Or. exclusive top. bite, German, started a propaganda against about! , less to bother desig- many of them have been doing. patented process fixes The man who lives In Vienna and foreigners, and pointing to 'us rx.g??u--. C: reads advertisements in the English nated us as English or Americans. .'ii 7.. Many Bolsheviki leaders see--inAlbert is a revelation a cigarette! papers about starving Vienna cannot He mixed himself up in our conver"V "t He insulted us offensively in help pitying the naivete of the peo- sation. the end of the Red rule My, how delightful flavor makes a dent! ple in England and other countries Gennan. does answer And, how hankering! 'die whole compartment,, consisting Russia are preparing la take who send mouey for the children who are supposed to be dying In the of all sorts and conditions of "trav- flight to South America, because Albert rolls easy and stays is crimped strpets. These advertisements are elers, supported this man. Vulgar cut. And, say oh, go on and get the or a pipe ! only a speculation on the good faith coarseness succeeded to the' insults A Chicago detective was marDo now! of the public; and the public who and jokes. Everything and all were r subscribe are robbed twice over; first passed in review, the allied govern- ried to the same- woman tnree secondly, of their ments and their chiefs, even Presiof their confidence; hijbS'i'iw 'tVt&2&V5 Mi . Tv AW r. dent Wilson was not forgotten. In times in nine years. There havs ' TS? IST Xilk ii&X monev. ? M W 'Will II Ml !!! fact, he was spoken of most of all been two divorcer. ' I do not suggest that the commitbecause these people took me for an tees who insert these advertisements Then they went on to are not acting in good faith, but that American. The government expects t& Cor.vr..SJn more personal matters ourselves, our 4, & h, tliev are themselves victims- - to the y K. J. Kc NMk uu exploitations of the Austrians "and clothes, everything was analyzed and collect this month from the- & Tobacco t o Vinslon-ia5lonrnalists In Austrian pay, who are ridiculed. The most revolting things on the capital stock of corpora N.C, men, d determined to get-a- s much sympathy were said by the money as and women joined in with degraded tions $90,000,000, for Austria and as much delight. The tram conductor laughed. possible out of the foreigner. Admiral Sims was' publicly, At one time- the Austrian was in I pretended not to understand. The Junction City had a $45,000 need of material help. This help was 'only "thing to do with these brutes. fire and the entire town was on- given himN so generously that he ex I even heard somebody make a sug-- i reprimanded in a written stategestion to throw us out of the tram ment by Secretary Denby ly saved from destruction by pects, it to go on forever. by Drivers. at the next stopping place. Mulcted the heroism of a telephone girl. The starving children of Austria ex- his London- speech;. some guilders, francs, .doWhat do ist mostly in the imagination of those llars or pounds matter to the foreign V is, not er? "Na, ja, aher mit tlirert Valu who earn an easy living by begging. The winter wheat crop Samuel Gorapers was tMade-IoMeasu- re ten!" (Well, with the value of their As a matterg of fact, one does not see ed by a large majority as Prescoming up to government esti- money) . . children in Vienna and as the value ot more Second Floor, Jeffries Building. money Is better than Austrian than in any other large town. If ident of the American Federaprice is outside and mates the -should not- - the for- help were given to the children of the currency, expected to, range from $1.25 to eigner help why 'Austria? At least that Is poor, ofl the unemployed, of the de tion of Labor. how the Austrian reasons. He never mobilized soldiers without means of $1.50 for some fime. e 4 04 asks "himself who created this- situ subsistence in England, America and The American troops on Duringr the month of June 29 ation in his land. I Rhine are to. be ordered home- In all classes you meet the same a far hetbsr use. American steamers entered the phenovenfm- - For instance; If yon taxi, when you at your port of Hamburg, Germany. Nejvs if , tako athe. driver asks arrive smilingly! England ordered the dancing saloons peace resolution,. ,J you door "TJ" 2- ?" 1 i! '"""T" Ill s4 ? lire ? "' a'.fr.r'f ?'" r- - C--Ti -- y. 46.30 While in most lands one does one": best to produce, the slightest Incident here creates a strike. People take the most futile pretext to have an extra day of rest and all the sany? they have the courage to complain! Nobody deprives himself of pleasure. One Is prepared to do without anything except enjoyment. It is not true that the people who go out to the evenings are all foreigners. Listen to the fanguages spoken in the dancing saloons and cafes. Viennese German and pure German predom nate. Look" aT the lines outside the theaters where German plays are being produced. Austrians certainly form the majority of the frequenters. Look also at the rows of taxis around the football field on Sundays, when two local clubs meet. I have seen more than 500 of them. It is not the foreigner who pays 2,000 kronen or more to drive to the place where tfcfl - 4e& eve-n.n- gs bst, ? .de. de " era-ploy- i.; ifl i PHI fT-i- 3pe-'.ia!:7.2- ! 4- ereJd Complete Stock Goodyear products carried in stock at all times. e i lSim I Jlfrffl its d fy 'r tie P. A. rl that'ssome you! doc Gettlie joy fa uy. a pip- e- e German- -Austrian, pre-wa- "feel" print it right that if don't friendship joy'us Prince g! beeo-assigne- d For, Prince Albert's fragrance Prince can't that its tasted that - it - e can't that! I , -- & -- v,Si- Prince but in makin's g iu it that put Prince papers it -- &$vmm it right mafem mWumwAm - ?3 m u a xd .f fM ?as national joy smoke ill KUI JrmiHrlfJW 1 1, 1 III best-dresse- , - for - INSURANCE Clothes. re-elec- sickly-lookin- coltjjncbia., bt: t thV ( you wish to sell or buy. i X ' .vst-.-- 9 1 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Additional Locals .SaaKWaaaV"-wheat in the Gradyville counS rcrjlwss threshed last weefe, and It is . lvLfr x'BfCiK-- y Tt3 fdSTsptended Quality. "Ctie'hot dry weather Jias done great :smage to vegetation throughoilt the fCouaty of Adair. Born, to the wife of Arthur H. fCodd, Ashland, Ky June 28th a s6n 32aul Edward. ! aaar aaT tk I Good Music FREE costing you a cent, without obligating way, you can have "three days of good music free" right in your own home. Good musk, we say, because it is played by Uatll the matter is legally settled, tJire picture show will continue as here-tS- a ' tore. 0 Kid. C. C. Crawford will begin a Tues taocelinfi: at Creeisboro t, WITHOUT Edison's New Diamond day. Picture show Thursday and nights this week. Resolutions. We, the students of estern State Normal Extension School sat; Columbia, Kentucky do hereby soesalve: Ken-5ock- y AMBEROLA "t he world's greatest phonograph value' Come to our store. Amberol Records. Select an Amberola arid a dozen We will deliver them to your home. If you decide to keep it, you can own the Amberola on practically your own terms. If you don't we will call for it and thank you for having given the Amberola a fair trial. Call, write or phone but do VOXVC lUm if A ,IVB t&S"5XZ?4r&rAr i)M Coolin&off -- withMush - 3irst, That we wish to express our it now. enms is work Msmfflw - deepest gratitude to our able faculty, namely Miss Susan Peffer, Frankfort, "2p- - Mrs Mary Biggs, and Professor 'SL.'yf. Bennett, Columbia, Kentucky, jjfcc services rendered. Second, that we appreciate the in ttiscest the County Board qf Education itfn'tz in securing this faculty and ?acuoal. "ttiird, That if fortunate enough to jL5&ts,n Extension school next year, we, ftya unanimous vote, welcome this faculty back Fourth, that a copy of these resolu ttHons be aent to our county papers for publication and a copy presented to .raach of our teachers. Mary Hughes Grace Wolford Committee. 1 fcf?ifi Ejjjf - ', ' :rJi . ,W .ak, I HERBERT TAYLOR COLUMBIA, ICY. Edison First with Broadway Hits EW YORK knows how to keep cool. Good music atop the roof gardens is the secret. Edison's special Broadway hit service, brings Broadway roof gardens to our store. Come and get the songs and dances that arc now refreshing New York. If you do not own a New Edison N "we gladly lpan you an instrument - to war- - mankind flings ant Officer must have an Educational and Moral qualification. reason to the breeze; Hope for a season is resigned, Blood Tobias Huffaker, Chmr. all the seas! reddens Azro Hadley, Sec. Then comes exhaustion, flags are F E. 'Webb furled, R. J. Bailey, 4, t is resumed once more the robins ' '& J A. Jonas, warble Committee. And the world is where it was before Cane Valley. O G. Wooten. The nations o "on three, days free trial, with a program of the latest Broadway hits. We arc making this offer so that you may learn what Edison music will do for you. Only a limited number of instruments available, so we advise you to fill out the coupon right away. Mr. Edison's $10,000 Prize Offer Having a New Edison in your home will give you a better chance to win part of Mr. Edison's He-hoffered 23 prizes for the besPphrases that will distinguish the New Edison from other $10-00- 0. as -- & 4? ij' ' Slbert Pulliam J open to all. Ask for information! folder and mail phonographs. This contest in Resolutions of the Adair County ' Teachers Association. Miss Alma Yatea Page is visit-itih- g coupon immedi ately. Teachers' institute. at Bradfordsville. , a 3 viii laiAb uwivn ai Mrs. Carsie Hammonds and Teachers Association Div. one will Be it resolved, We the Adair county children, of Wingo, Ky., are roe held at Cane Valley July 22. Institute assembled adopt the follow, i spending a few weeks with ' her E3, o'clock Opening Exerciees ing resolutions Devotional exercises Rev. O. T. 1. That we express to our able sisters, Mrs. Ray W. Page and COLUMBIA, our sincere (thanks Mrs. J. C. Browning. Superintendent .E ;IO:30 Roll Call. for his faithful and untiring services 3L-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Glasscock the schools of Adair county The future prospects of Christian rendered and children, Mr. and Mrs. G. during his term of office XSiosaKoD, Rev. R. V. Bennett. H. England were viBiting Mrs. 2 That we feel deeply indebted to Demonstration work in Physica Ray W. Page and Mrs. J. C. they quarrel abut twenty-fiv- e Rev. Bennett for his courtesy and serjEducation, Flora WilBon. vice during the Extension School and Browning last week. cents' road tax. Tax us one dolNoon. Mrs. Ray W. Page and chil- lar and give us good roads or I o'clock Music by the Cane Valley Institute 3. That we feel grateful to Mfss dren spent Sunday in two dollars if it takes it. Baad. Peffer and Mrs. Biggs for the interest oclock How can I to the best l30 L. Akin and son is having a ddtr&ntage promote interest in my manifested in the Adair teachers and nice trade at present in their the service rendered them. bparksville. rcbosl, Aimer Powers. mechanical and wood work. 4 That we extend to Miss Bohn What is the best method of teachappreciations for the Mr. Thomas Roach passed f ous greatest ing' 'Beginners to read, Maggie The weather is real dry and most excellent service rendered in every thing is suffering for rain. thru this place a few days professional primary demonstration ago with a new Ford car. How to teach Eighth Grade Gram-aiiMessrs. Tilden Wheeler and work Mary Hughes. Thomas says he has quit walk5. That we endorse and commend children and Evan Roberts, who Why should Physical Education be ing. the Summer Extension School. have been confined to their rooms staughc in rural schools, Lula Pierce. We have been informed that 6 That we stand by the truant of- with typhoid fever, are all better lEteading, Iva Lewis. Mr. Selly Bryant has put in his ficer in the enforcing of the compul and not any more cases developIa what way can I create interest sory attendance law and further order for a new Ford. Hurrah ed yet. rwith my patrons, Robert Bailey, County Judge and Attorney for Sparksville, it is coming on rachool advice, Supt. Loy. Mr. Garlan Wilson has been top. to do their whole duty in enforcing Several of the folks here The difficulties I meet with in the the same confined to his room for severel have cars and their will be jc repent attendance Law, E. G 7, That we approve of good road days and is no better. several morebuy Cun-rSilt, -- Herbert Taylor KY. ff HL L . 3 ThU coupon whan (Tiled out by ADDRESS m v WW ibU ponen. antitUs him (or her) to Iho M loan of a Naw EdUoo aod a selactioo of W. ReXREATION3for3dajrfc N cfcarsaorobUzatiM. 1 mpoo. S I I I I r Robert Bailey, Susie Banks, Flora Wilson, J- - Committee. movement in order to make it possi We notice very often articles Mr. Baker Jesse and family of ble for partial consolidation of schools written on good roads. We liave Fowler, Ind., are 'visiting there in communities where so desired by some people who are for goods many friends the patrons. at this- - place. Mr. another season. "It Dowrfc Seem to Matter. ' Two robins came at early dawn; them, with a smile; hopped about upon the lawn They .And warbled for a while; The madrigal they sang was gay, The worms they got were fat; .They Baw me, and the flew away &xa& that was all of that uS. dog was trotting down a road, Another hastened out; and looked with eyes "artsy-stopped I watched j i tiMh Educational Bill, and urge a about a piece of road near W. L. A straw ballot taken in Japan copy of the resolutions be presented Gadberry's in the Flat Woods, shows 94 per cent, of the people to our Representativeland U. S. Senon the'Burkesville and Colum- are in favor of cutting down arator. , 10. That the finance accumulated bia road. It got in such a con- maments'. from automobile license be equally di dition it was not safe to go thru There are now 8,000 vacant vided between the roads and schools. there walking. Esq. L. Akin that glowed, 11. That we commend and will took And snarled and scratched about, it in charge and hired A. flats in Chicago and landlords difficulty in keeping urge the passage of the Distribution W. Rowe to overee The hair upon their necks uprose, the 'work, are having of School .Fund amendment in the Then suddenly, they turned Mr. Rowe got several hands and tenants. ways and I suppose &xt& went their regular November election. worked about three weeks, gradA Bavarian physician reports Forgot to be concerned. 12. That we further urge the next A. Taxi-drivelegislature to make the following ing and graveling the road and 33 per cent cures in cancer treatmlsseda man amendments to the present School there is yet about three or ment as the result of his new By something like a wiak; four days work to do. He made method. The one who had escaped began to Law. , .curse the other pink. 1st. That the teachers will not be it a real piece of road. They all Jewels valued at more than $1,-00- 0 IHaltl Stop! you asterisk you dash required to sign a contract until they compb'ment the' work and say were stolen from thehome are definitely assigned. 11 fill you iulltrf pain! there is but one fault and that is ofC. U. McElroy, in Bowling his brake, 2nd. That the members of the again. Couaty Board of Education .and Tru- - ttbere is not enough-- , of it. Then GrMB. xjjidlie Breve on N roads, in fact all would like to Jesse reports every thing moving That the experienced teachers who have given satisfaction as such have good roads to travel over along nicely in Ind. but some have their pocket 1 'm m be preferred in the election. The crime wave of 1920 cost 9. That the teachers of Adair Co., books so deep in there pockets Ky., do hereby endorse and heartily the road question never reaches America $100,000,000 according to an estimatemade by a surety commend the educational bill now be them. Towner-Sterlinfore Congress known as the Every body was complaing company. 8 g Mt?IrttiHlWOM(lS0e We have all the different Lasts of "Edmond's Foot-Fitters- ". RUSSELL & CO. Closing Out. See remainder of my Slippers. Suits at a Big Reduction. Now is your chance to get a Bargain. Reduction on Orchard Harrows, Rastus and bouble . Men's and Rnv's r Shovel Plows. M. SMITH L. Cane Valley, Kentucky. AtfvertiserinThe News if you wish to sell or buy. 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