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Following are the names of candidates as they will appear on the official primary ballots to be voted for August 6th 1921. Attest S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. Republican Candidates for Represen- Died Last Wednesday. Faculty For the Lindsey-Wilso- nI The following are names of Adair Garnett and Mr. Henry Sublett. who lived at the Mrs. Garnett to the capital of Taylor county teachers and where they are Green River Bridge, and was e , keeper at that stand for many years-kno- wn county last Thursday afternoon, re- teaching: r Mrs Virginia Collins Disappointmaining in Campbellsville about three to a great many people of ment. hours. Adair county, died Monday nignt of I Miss Susie Banks Mt. Pleasant. There were very few people who last week. He( was in his 77th year. Hattie Williams Bear Wallow, Lu-l- a He leaves a wife, two sons and live out of town on the streets, and six ' Pierce assistant. we remarked that business did not sisters. The sisters are all in good Daisy McKinley Egypt. seem to be as thriving as I had forhealth and they were all present at Loreha Watson Jericho. merly noticed. Several gentlemen the funeral; Mr. B. F. Chewning, of Mrs. Fannie Bridgewater Mt. Car-me-l. informed me that the day had been this place, a life long friend, went the dullest in that place for the past over and attended the last sad rites. Iva Lewis Beech Top. Ave years. Henry Sublett for many years kept Flora Wilson Cane Valley. Taylor county is like Adair in one an open house, and it was a great Hallie Chelf Hutchison. respect, in need of 'a soaking rain, as n pleasure to the traveler to Jennie Shearer Pollard's Chapel. vegetation in some places is almost reach his dwelling at night fall, as the Willie Petty Milltown. dead. deceased was a very successful fisherMrs. Earl Stults Rocky Hill. The town is looking forward to an man, and in stopping with him, the Mary Hughes Montgomery. overflow crowd on the 26th. It will traveler was at all times assured of Bettie Cundiff and Maggie Cundiff be "Band Day," and an automobile fresh caught fish. Gradyville. will be drawn. The machine is new The deceased will be greatly missed Harlan Keltner Cool Spring. and is valued at 600. The boys and from the neighborhood. He was Esther Whitlock Keltner. girls are on the streets, selling tickets' buried near his late home. Luther Bell Price's Creek. 10 cents each, and a large number Decoration-Ju- ly 30th. Evan Koberts Marr's Chapel. has been sold. The business men -- Nell. Willie Walker and Mayor of the city will turn the G.R. Jessee Red Lick. On July 30th, 1921, there wilr be town over to the band organization on Sanford Hurt and Annie Lee Bran-ha- Memorial service and a decoration of that day, and doubtless the streets Breeding. the graves at White's Graveyard, will be lined with country people, Mrs. Sam Breeding Roetown. near Tarter postoffice in Adair counwho will come in to see the boys do Mrs. Nannie Roach Big Creek. ty, Ky., when the following program their very best. There will be fifty Lennis Reece Firkin. , will be carried out substantially. in the band. Muncy Coomer Independence. At 10:30 o'clock a. m., appropriate There is quite a bit of interest being Gaither Hadley Harmony. vocal music for the occasion led by manifested by the Democratic race Tina Campbell Bird. Yvolford Bros. for Circuit Judge. Both Thurman J. E. Pulliam Wilson. 2 Invocation by Rev. Rue Grider. and Mays have active supporters and Mrs. H. H. Harvey Keiths Chapel. 3 Address by Senator W. F. Neat, some say that the race will be close in Mrs. Effle Page Antioch. giving the history of the families repTaylor county, while others say that resented in that sacred lot some of Judge Thurmans is i& the lead. We Corinna Rippetoo Nat Hollow. Ruth Stotts Hunter. whom are the Jones, Whites, Win-frehave not been in Marion, Washington Myrtle Patterson Green Briar. and many others. and Green counties, but from the inKathreen Willis Tabor. 4 12:30 o'clock, Dinner spread for formation coming to uj, Thurman Allye Garnett Zlon. the crowd. will win, but his majority will be Lucy Kelsay Yellow Hammer. 1:30 o'clock Addresses by Hon. Gorsmall. We do not know of a more don Montgomery and others. . competent Judge in the State than F. E. Webb Gum Grove. Malcus Johnson Walnut Grove. .thejjresent incumbent, and we take Featured by the concert to be offer it that his opponent is well versed in J. B. Morgan Republican. ed by the local boys and other memCora Kelsay Simpson. the law. In this race Judge Thurbers of the Kentucky Band School, in Azro Hadley Melson's Ridge. man has the advantage, as he is one a musical aggregation numbering fif. Mrs. Nell Petty New Liberty. of the best organizers in the Demo ty pieces, a splendid program has Mrs. Polly Taylor Glensfork. cratic party. been arranged for Band Day, which In the race for the Legislature, Mr. Mrs. M. L. Rowe Pleasant Hill. will be held in Campbellsville, July Bertha Young Stapp's Spring. McOubbins seems to be in the lead in 26, 1921. The local boys have worked Flossie Calhoun Conover. Taylor county for the Bepublican hard and are confident of their ability Lucy Montgomery Sano. nomination. If he should be nomito entertain their home folks at this, nated he will have all he can do to Bayard Antle Oak Grove. their first annual Band Day. Other Mrs. Stella Grider Concord. defeat Noah Loy, of Adair county, .features of the day are a baseball Albert Bryant Rainfall. who is the Democratic nominee. game, races, a free movie for the kidLettie Dunbar Dunbar. Adair is largely Bepublican, but Mr. dies and similar attractions, as an Mary E. PJerce Breeding. Loy, confidently believes that he will added attraction an automobile will carry the county. He did three and a Mabel Hlndman Allen Mattie Bar-g- be given away. A number of tickets for 3 months. half years ago when he was elected have been sold, the admission being Gladys Henson and Nettie Calhoun School Superintendent. It is believfif cy cents for adults, and It is hoped Ella. ed that Taylor county will go Demthe occasion will be a great success. Mary Shreve Purdy. ocratic at the coming election, hence Children under twelve years will be Alice admitted free. it can be readily seen thai) Mr. Loy is Ruby Montgomery White. Jones Tabernacle. "in the fight. Mr. Bruce Montgomery, cashier of J. L. Hatfield Pellytori. l, We found the edited Oscar Sinclair Barnett's Creek. the First National Bank and Mr. S. by Mr. J. P. Gozder, in a good, healthy D. Barbee have been doing some tradBessie Knifley Spout Spring. condition, and the force at the Buching. The former swaps the residence Lillie Mings Little Cake. anan Lyon Co., busy. he formerly occupied out on Greens-bur- p Ivah Cabbell Frazier. street and twenty-fiv- e acres of The funeral of Miss Octavia M. Mrs. W. L. Russell Bloomington. land lying back of it, for Mr. Barbee's Audra Chelf Bottoms. Reed was preached in the Presbyte Mrs. W. B. Hovious and Mrs. Ger- home, near the Fair Grounds, known rian church, last Wednesday morning as the Johnson property. The differv by Dr. Frank Cheek, of Danville, who trude Christie Knifley. ence paid by Mr. Barbee, as we are Flora Hovious Hovious. paid a high tribute to the departed. J. C. Abell and Roy Walker Casey informed, was $1,400. Mr. Barbee The church was filled with friends, will remove to the place he got from who met to pay respect to an assoc- Creek. Mr. Montgomery. Hallie Chelf Mt. Zion. iate and to a true type of womanhood, a Christian in the truest sense. The O. G. Rowe Jay Bird. I have done my best to please you, Charles Harness and Elvira Huber interment was by the side of loved but I am out my money. If you White Oak. ones in the city cemetery, floral offerwant to favor me, call and settle your Lona Bradshaw Coburg. ings being many, her grave being covaccount. Malcohn Leach Smith's Chapel. ered with fragrant blossoms. She is Julia Eubank. Mary Montgomery New Grassy rest, the Church she loved and the at Spring. In the Basement of Russell & Co., people of the community poorer. Mrs Bessie Henson Damron Creek Department store, we have a full line AH parties owing the Farmers Mill groceries. of fresh and L. A. Powers New Cedar Grove. Company are requested to call at the Give us a trial and we will try our Knifley Blair. Wallace mill and settle with Mr. Bradley or Mrs. 0 G. Rowe Browning's Chap- best to please you. Prompt delivery toll-gatway-worm tatives. J. W. Prultt, Campbellsville, Ky. W. N. McCubbins, Bengal. Ky. Ed P. Murrah, Elkhorn, Ky. Circuit Judge; J. C. Carter, Tompkinsville, Ky, Hebron Lawrence, Tompkinsville, Ky. Commonwealth's Attorney. W. S. Smith, Tompbellsville, Ky. Silas A. Sullivan, Denmark, Ky. A. A. Huddleston, Burkesvile, Ky. Circuit Court Clerk. W. T. Price, Winfrey. County Judge. M. C. G. T. Herriford. Sinclair. friends in the neighborhood where she lived for many years She was a devout member of the Baptist Church Her ill health lasted for more than a year, hence she was deprived of attending services the last twelve months of her life, but she was always cheerful when spoken to about her declining health, and was ready for her Master's call. Nearly all her family were present when the end came. She was buried in the Darnell grave yard, after a funeral discourse by the Rev. Scott. This paper extends its sympathy to the husband and children. Mrs. S. P. Sullivan, the mother of The following make up the faculty Mr. V. Sullivan and Mrs. Loren for the Llndsey-Wilsothe school to Bradley, of this place, died at her late open the first of Septemberr home; nine miles east of Columbia, Rev R. V. Bennett, Principal. last Wednesday at 12 n'clock m. She Mr. Barny C. Crockett, B. S. Gra-ua- te was about seventy-fiv- e "years old a of Young Harris College, Georgia, very fine old lady, one that had many High School and Athletics. n, Miss Katherine E. Murrell, High School and Expression. Miss Minnie Kemp, High School. Miss Eva Bhodus, Preparatory De- partment. Miss Lucile Buihong, Piano and Voice. Graduate of Louisville Conservatory of music. Mrs Lucy Hudson, Matron. The Primary teacher to be supplied. it 3 Teachers Association. Teachers Association Div. one will he held at Cane Valley July 22. 10, odock Opening Exerciee3. Devotional exercises Rev. O. T. Lee. W. S. L. B. Hurt. County Attorney. Notice. W. A. Coffey. Junius Hancock. County Court Clerk. Christine Nell, S. C. Neat. , Bingham Moore. G. W. Rubarts, Jr. Sheriff. John M. Wolford. Cornelius Gowen, George Coffey, W. B. Patteson. js The fast driving in this town must be stopped by the Board of Trustees. S. C. Merritt. There is a law against it, and the G. L. Wolford. Town Marshal, should be instructed Justice of the Peace in District No. 2. to arrest every man who Is violating W. G. Shepherd. the law. What is the use in having S. P. Sullivan an ordinance if you do not enforce it? B. O. Hurt. It would be too late to act after some W. T. Burton. person is killed. No set of men was Justice of the Peace in District No. 5. ever known to lose by doing their duW. S. Hindman. ty Enforce the law it matters not Geo. W. Pickett. who the marshal will have to arrest. Tax Commissioner Oscar Bradshaw Rollin B. Patton, J. A. Schuler. 10:30 Roll Call. To the teachers of Adair county: The future prospects of Christian The law requires that a report of Education, Rev. R. V. Bennett. the non attendance of each pupil child Demonstration work in Physic! be made to the attendance officer once Education, Flora Wilson. a week In making said report please Noon. address me at Purdy. 1 o'clock Music by the Cane Valley Respt. Band. E. G, Hardwick, 1.30 o'clock How can I to the best Attendance Officer. advantage promote interest in my For Sale. school, Aimer Powers. What is the best method of teach If you want to bay a good home in ing Beglnnare to read, Maggie Cun- Columbia see Albin Murray. 1; diff How to teach Eighth Grade Grammar, Mary Hughes. Justice of the Peace in District No. Why should Physical Education ba taught in rural schools, Lula Pierce. Reading, Iva Lewis. In what way can I create interest; with my patrons, Robert Bailey. School advice, Supt. Loy. The difficulties I meet with in the present attendance Law, E. G Hardwick. Susie Banks, Flora Wilson, Robert Bailey, f- - Committee; Justice of the Peace In District No. John J. Biggs. er The pike from here to the Taylor county line is in a most fearful condiGass Given. W. E. Leach. tion. There are miles of it full of Democrat candidates as they will chug holes. The road belongs to the I am now prepared to give appear on the ballot Justice of the county, and If it is not repaired the gass for the painless extraction Peace in District No. 1. toll gates should be lifted. Take the of teeth. J. T. Whitley, money that is collected monthly and H. W. Depp, Dentist. N. T. Jones, fill up the chug holes. 6. News-Journa- Paid List. Mrs. Frank Barnett, who was sixty A little son of Garfield Page, of years old, died near Greensburg one The following are new paid subscribcolor, was knocked over by an auto- day last week. She was a sister of ers and renewals since our issue of raafe mobile last Thursday afternoon, near Mr. R. L. Durham, who is temporarthe Baptist colored church, on Burkes-vili- e ily located at Purdy, Adair county. Tuesday. W. H. Wade, M. E. Cundiff, Claud street. Fortunately no bones She was a very excellent lady. Young, S. A. Hatcher, W. T. L07, were broken and the boy will get well. Notice Telephone Subscribers. Evan Akin. M L Grissom, C. H. Do We have heard that the car was behoney, J. K. Mitchell, J. V. Brooks. ing driven by a man named Keltoer, who stopped the friends of Jasper Doss. Mr. Knifley. i ? t V. L ' iicik Garlin. ' Mrs. Ethel D. Brockman Holmes. 38 2t Delia Sexton Moss' Chapel. O. Eussell entertained, on Schools Without Teachers. Mrs. J. These seventeen days will be closely Mt. Tussell, Plum Point, Oak Grove wo'rked by her lawn, last Friday evening, a numthe candidates. Some of ber of special friends. The occasion Pickett's Chapel, Tabor, Cyclone. the races are going to be close. Colored. was a picnic and the many delightful Phelps Bros, received quite a numU. S. Bradshaw, Principal, Cora L. edibles were highly enjoyable, and the social feature of the meet will long Wade, Assistant Columbia Colored ber of hogs, from different parties, last Thursday. We learn that they were be remembered by all who were pres- School District A. bought at $8.25 per hundred. Ida White Dudley, E & L. ' ent. Moses Grider Montpelier, J. I need the money due me for milliMr. 'John Lee Walker was moving Lula Haggard Cane Valley, K. nery, goods and want all who owe week. He abftflf ea .crutches last iMHd offhte porch, it home, sjJrilh- - Fob Satk A boy's saddle," call "at me to call ud pay at once. '' ' ' this office. Julia , righfraakle. G. B. Smith. - el. R.J Bailey All Telephones with rent not paid in the machine, and told the boy to get a doctor fall to July 1, 1921, will be discontinued would pay the bill. It is July and that he 20. further said that the boy was riding Columbia Telephone Co. on the coupling pole of a wagon; that he jumped off, lighting in front of Mr. E. W. Reed has exhibited at the car and the driver did not see him this office a copy of the New York in time to stop. Herald, dated April 15, 1865. It has a full account of the assassination of Lady Agents Wanted. Abraham Lincoln The paper was in the library of his grandfather, the To sell our line of Lady Love Toilet late Geo. J. Reed. Laige work preparations. Easy The best way to get along In this commissions. Lady Love Perfume Co.,' , world, is to find some business and atLinden St., tend to it. Whenever you undertake Norwood, Ohio. to look after some other persons af37-fairs, telling that person what he Mr. R. L. Roe, who lives at S parks-vill- ought to do, you have lost out. was returning, home one day last and full weight. Phone No. 177. Born, to the wife of Sam Burdette, week, in company with his son. The Epperson Grocery. horse scared, turning over the buggy, on Tuesday night, the 12th inst.,-Seventeen days from the date of damaging it considerably, and his son daughter. The mother and baby are this paper, until the August primary. doing finely. was terribly shaken up, 4910-491- 2 up-to-da3t e, The corner stone of the new Methodist church, Campbellsville, was laid last Sunday afternoon. Rev. R. V. Bennett, of this place, preached tha Sermon. Town Taxes due. Settle before alty is added. H, T. Baker, Collector. Mr. Lawrence has pen- appointments ta speak at a number of places in this county this week. Special examination of teachers will be held at the Graded schood building July 29th and 30th. Attention is called to the speech of Congressman Ralph Cilbert, In tha News to-da- a Miss Eula Vaughan will NelBon county. teach in Born, to the wife of Owen Wilson, Eld. Wood Cundiff will preach at The father of Mr. George Gentry.of July 12th, 1921, aMaughtar. this place, died at Russell Springs' last the Christian Church next Sunday Friday afternoon. He was qultp an old morning at 11 o'clock. The ordination An infant child of Grover McKux--r man, and was respected by every body service will follow Sunday night. ney fell from a mole last Monday in, the community. Upon receiving Miss Nell Follis has entered the afternoon, breaking its left arm the news, Mr. George Gentry left at sori-geonbusiness department of the Kentucky J. P. and O. P. Miller were the once to attend the funeral. Normal, Bowling Green, Sewing J aachiae and Babbits 39-2- for t. Miss Pearl Bradshaw will assist An important meeting of Colombia all ktals f uchiaes Prof. Jonas in tha high school at Chapter, R. A. M., owe Friday nlghw. 1 at Itssell 6 Ct. All numbers should attm3 Jamestown. Needles, Shuttles tft Ms WL h - . -- - jf.atstsB- - ik, .xaiC -- t.ti - - -f . y? gweiBp,-ia!- ? fSaFP ;?P,?'$i"p SSvK' T'?!S,.,,WJI; fwfssirf "5 s. rpT'l ,J"lj '"IJW1 Hi' ADAIR COUNTY JM NEWS Ak 1' M t f ;.. iWSU-JHBf- e UlUJSl "wasf , WksExf&J, a 1991 m odd LA8T MONTH, on r s::-t&- , a bet. OF A familiar. ' smell, a&..a? vr &tf&&&A&& WITH THE boys up borne. I AND DELICIOUS m&mMMWMi7mmL SPENT a night. WHICH TIPPED me off. ALONE IN the old. HAUNTED HOUSE. AND WHEN I heard.-MOANS AND groans I gave the ghost. THE HORSE Iauglu SO I Jf MjtiLJ? 4L t8 . iSSllSt ri &$.r w .rs w3 & JL& of. H ' ul AVJ ibi ;5iw p 4f v &, trt ,r?v AND SAID "Ed. YOU 1 ? FAT guys. ft low " ! rw' u - a:. - . J?? jfi Off u "fc XfeVu.-- '' .iS SAID "The wind." HEARD rappings. MAKE BUM ghosta, BUT BEFORE you fade LEAVE WITH me one., OF YOUR cigarettes; Level in Tire History 32x4 34x4H $24.50 46,30 O A Tt-- at the AND TRIED to sleep. I AND SAID "Rats." AND ROLLED over. THEY SATISFY."-- THEN I heard step OA X AND IN the light. OF A dying moon. A I THAT mud?. WHITE spook rose. WASN'T scared BUT DIDN'T feel like. STARTING ANYTHING. y' BUT THEN I caught. , spicy, delicious aroma" tobaccos, both Turkish" and Domestic, makes you almost hungry for the "satisfy-smoke- ." And there isn't a ghost of a chance you'll ever find- its equal anywhere for the Chesterfield blend is an exclusive blend. It can't be copied. - (4VV WA'M k'? rsi lk;.v-'. V...f . - J fc- .-. ,- , . i . . ., (And Other Sizes in Proportion) Tire repair men, ',v.o CTcdc T.m M 1 i uc - valuA tr. rri 1 r 1, class those tires as Fui-y-seveii hj-,h- - They are the quality chuice cf conl crr rnnufacfurfr- & utK.-s- . v., - aa v S JUST A faint whiff. AIR- - TIGHT tins Have you seen the neui of SO? if It ' '! . ; i . I i. v I Cncsterficld CIGARETTES Liggett & i .rT'Kvw. -- . fis ncv low price is mjids possible by stnecest ecor.orrTIcs and rc'C lfilized production. Plant No. 2 wa? erected for the sole purposed rr.ab'ng Noii-wxi50;.v-inc- h isbric tirss. r. i;I a daily cr en- Jtv of 16.000 tlrer. and 20.000 tubes, tin's pLr.t permits rof.d d r.-: rodur':rn on p. rjuan jity W.n $ t.S? bes? oltfi'i'i'r'-- . Th qur; '.s Ail miteri.) s n:"!fnrri. It it n, ' re ever or.tioi to u., ce.c. ui psjcc. ti...' ay Myers Tobacco Cov SOLD BY LUCIAN BELL COLUMBIA AUTO CO. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. EAGLE "MIKADO"- The problem of providing proper lighting for country roads is to receive careful consideration In the construction of the Ideal Section of the Lincoln Highway. A number of important main highways have been lighted for certain distances through the open country, but no careful and detailed scientific study of the problems involved has as yet been made. The methods employed hitherto have varied with the ideas and finances of many scattered communities and the results have frequently been Arrangements disappointing. have been made by the Lincoln Highway Association with the General Electric Co., at Schtnec tady, N, Y., whereby the illuminating experts of that organization will develop an ideal lighting installation which will be put in along the Ideal Section. W. D'Arcy Ryan, chief illuminating engineer of the General Electric Company, the man who originated and developed the lighting arrangements for the Panama Pacific Exposition, will, with the assistance of his staff, develop in consultation with the Association's consulting highway engineers, the best, safest, most and satisfactory economical lighting installation possible. Like the United States Rubber Company, which contributed the funds for the construrtion of the Ideal Section, the General Electric Company will contribute the service of its experts and the facilities of its laboratories. while filling radiators on the road, while it is a common sight d to see tube bags in the hands of natives. Perhaps the most unique use to which they are put is as caps while working Harper sees the in the shops. time approaching when the native Indian women will be using them as vanity cases despite the words, "heavy tourist" lettered prominently on the sides. Girls will be girls, race, color or geographical location notwithstanding. rice-fille- Department of the Calumet Bakine Powder Co., 4100-2- 8 Fillmore St., Chicago, Illinois, for full particulars regarding the book and how to secure it. News of State and Nation. - - PencaNo.174 aiBggsr 2 SHtHSS? ,,... tvj ft For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND A Home Course Science. Franklin K. Lane's estate amounted to only $10,000. Raymond Hitchcock, actor, has taken the bankrupt law. John D. Rockfeller played golf on his 82nd birthday last Friday. Jack Dempsey 'says he will not in Domastic fight Jack Johnson or any other negro. The body of Joseph W. Whitney, 74, was found in a cistern at Lexington. Theda Bara, movie and stage star, was secretly married to her director. There were 36 lynchings in the United States during the first six months of the year. Ire E. Harris, serving a jail sentence in Hopkinsville, has become a candidate for Jailer of Christian county. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Suffer? S Wonders for Me," r li J; EVERYTHING IN teclares This Lady. "I suffereel for a long OOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood S KVI time withwomanly weakness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce St.,AsheviIle,N.C. "Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science," by Marion Cole Fihser 2 o5 yA j finally got to the place where it was an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n pains in "I my side and back es- - gI nm B m& A J . , Chalk up one for the natives of northern India when it comes to flashes of inventive genius, for they are using weatherproof bags in which automobile tubes are packed, for every purpose from carrying water to nifty "head coverings. D.' H. Harper, representative of J?he Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, .declares chat dusky chauffeurs use the bags for carrying water , Write the has recently been received by us for review. This is a complete advanced course in domestic science and home econemics boiled down to meet the requirements of the housewife and the student. The entire course consists of twenty practical lessons one hundred pages filled with the most valuable information the Things to Think About. housewife can possess heretofore taught only in demostic Damascus is supposed to be science schools. the very oldest city in the world. Do you know the relative value The grand bazar in Stamboul of food, which fruits to use for cooking, what purpose salads is to be lighted by electricity. Policemen of Uniontown, Pa., serve, the correct use of condiments, about proper kitchen are forbidden to wear mustaches equipments, about U. S. Govern or whiskers. ment's bulletin's' how 'to reduce Indiana has held the center of the high cost of living, how to Lpopulation of the United States promote and protect your own for the last 30 years. and your families health, how to It is estimated there are 1,000 make housekeeping simpler and aircrafts now in commercial use more economical and pleasant by in the United States and Canada. utilizing modern science in the More than 40,000 disabled I home.- men are employed in, This book, we note, is priced various offices of the British at $2.00 per copy and from what government. we understand it contains a $100.00 cellege course, conForecast: Cold and Cloudy. densed, and it is practically Free to every interested houseThe host was 'showing his auwife. thor friend the room in whicli , ex-servi- and American Fence. hack, and down in my St?.el 1 Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily up- - CO- - KJ - TAKE 18 Eaat Clothe! street Between First and Brock Louisville, Ky. his visit. Indicating the books in the room, he apologized. "I'm afraid you'll find them a pretty depressing collection," he said. m "I always dump my rubbish here." The author ran his eye over the shelves. One volume seemed strangely familiar. He took it down and handed it to his host. "It took me twoyears to write that one," he said. Ditigo. ga 'SHESSSSOSESla Accept The Woman's Tonic "I heard of Cardui and WFA decided to use it," con- - v tinues Mrs. 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 No Substitutes lor 1 Thedford's ACK-0RAU6- HT Purely Vegetable g g J M 181 5 thousands, like Mrs. DRUGGISTS Tenn., is visiting ""relatives at this place. Mr. Eldridge Stotts lost a fine, milk cow one- day last week. The cow ate some sugar cane and did not live very long, Monday, ed court.the-firs-t of Indiana, are visiting relatives Beatrice, the little daughter Mr. Baker Jessee and family at this place. visiting relatives of Mr. and Mrs. ,W. A. Janes, is of Indiana, are are bu3y The candidates at this place. shaking hands through this sick list this week. on the Home Economics the latter was to sleep durinsr ' Mri C. Williams of Lebanon. Mr. Oliver Claywell and wife ce com-,ple- te The farmers are about through laying by corn iii this part of the ! county. Mr. Ova Campbell who has been on the sick list for some time is improving slowly. Three in the family of L. R. Stotts, have typhoid fever. Several from this place attend- Liver Medkke P. 9 I S Simpson, have found Cardui of benefit tothem. Try Cardui for your trouble. ALL P & "P!S - J i- - 4r7?T iijtemC. T r f . 15 "&& t,ta. 5&g&g, i.afStki -- 1-. Sk 'wi asrl ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Shelby, North Carolina. '. correspondence to your Aa my columns has been for a time neglected, a proper reason shall be assigned. Shortly after my last letter, my health gave way while Iwas principal of a 7 months' school in Wilson county of this state. The indications were favorable to appendicitis; and it was necessary to leave an unfinished term. The beginning of sorrows was an epidemic of of Flu, and both my assistants and I were placed under tribute. Hitherto I had been fortunate enough to escape; but the region in which I taught had many cases of a very malignant type. However, I partially recovered, but what I thought was appendicitis turned out to be intestinal indigestion. I slowly rallied from that, and was elected prinschool in a cipal of a town of 500 inhabitants. Here I had a serious attack of acute indigestion; and later "grip," for a third time in my life; and had a bad wound in the wrist which became infected. But I lost no time; for the ethics of teaching requires that you draw your breath and your salary. While I have seen that four of my children received high school training and two college equipment; and another of my a sons has arranged to attend College, at Berea, Kentucky; my financial success reminds one of a Chicago episode. Two men were talking, when an old man passed along. One remarked to years the other, "Twenty-fiv- e ago that old man came here, and his stock in trade was a basket of fruit, and now what do you suppose he is worth?" "One million," was the response. "No." Two million? was the next guess. "No," was again the reply. "Then how much is he worth?" asked the other. "Not a d d cent, and still owes for the basket, was the answer. But I have worked hard in the educational vineyard, have tried to be a good, industrious citizen; as a fibut am not nancier. But I am in good and numerous company; for Abraham Lincoln said that the Lord loved poor folks, or he would nofhave macfe so many of them. Do you know that at 64, my mind fondIyv reverts to school scenes at Tabor, when Col, Judge Rollin, Sheriff R. M., Mattie, Cora Hurt; and Bascom, Ella, Ada, Kate Garnett; with Belle, Corinna, Loren and Sydney Snow were my companions and school mates? Neither have I forgotten Mrs. M. E. Doboney Hurt; Mrs. Su3an Miller Hurt, Bob Conover, Pbilip Voils, A. R. Ben and Billy Pile. Later, I recall part of the same force at M. and P. High School, and the forensic and oratorical contests waged between Chief Justice Rollin Hurt and me. Now, he ranks high in honors and emoluments, while I mark time in the awkward squad as a teacher. Then I think of the lamented Judge R. T. Garnett, dudge James GarnettMr. Charley Taylor, Mr. George Taylo'r, Mr. Jim Conover, Conover-- , Mr. Steve Mr. Jasper Snow, Mr. Oscar Pile, Mr. Billy Garnett; an realize that they had few pe.ers in sterling citizenship. Little did I dream, when, In March, 1882, five-teach- er Editor News: years; a haughty and purse- finance. proud pirate of "Jeemes" said it was so written in the stars, and he was a in astrological Jore, I imagined the citizenship of my first territory raising a wailing, Macedonian cry for "The Analysis of The Bible" with the .miction of tb.3 sweet singer of captive Isreal when weeping by the waters of imperial Babylon. But in my first territory they needed soap and spelling books; and many could have used successfully. I was booted but not spurred; for I was numbered with the infantry. Later, "a seneschal of the cohorts came to my rescue. He said I needed a "ho3s," and tried to make me see that crow-ba- it d the ancient and he purchased was a fierce and speedy charger. , past-master fine-tooth-com- $ tTFtrcrrrr - m BIG STOCK OF TcrTTm CLOTHING ? bs I. am now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with Qlothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. book-vendi- ng I can interest you in prices. If you need, any thing in' this line, call at once. sad-eye- Be-re- She was a ruin; but not monwas neither umental. She swifter than an eagle nor stronger than a lion. Her hind hoofs toed in, and her front hoofs toed out. She was not giddy, sportive; and could easily have proved an alibi had she been called fast. I wore a pair of military spurs and carried a cowboy quirt to accelerate her speed. Her fastest spurt of speed was a mile in 12 minutes; and she turned a complete summersault at the home stretch, and it was not a graceful one, either. Later, I plead for something that didn't look like a dismantled fortress wearing a bridle; and the same jockey bought me another Bucephalus. He had a neck like a giraffe, one eye had lost its pupil and was spectral and glaring. Thunder never disturbed his day dreams; for he could not hear the peal that awoke the Seven Sleepers. I told my friend that this was not what I called a model hoss; but he told me I was a and no judge. That this animal was sired by a wild zebra, d d by the whole American public; and that his unique proportions would be a lure and a to all prospective customers. It was a case of "Hobson's choice," and I ascended his dorsal fin. Sometimes he fell down hill; and, at others, reverseithe laws of gravity and fell up hill. One time I tried to ride in a funeral procession, and the ribald laughter of the wicked came near waking the late lamented. The sheriff was present, and told me if I didn't remove that travesty oh horseflesh he would s arrest me. I had incipient in the west, and Taller Janders in the East. I waxed profane, turned over the two equine monstrosities, two spurs, my sample book and a "Morgan saddle to the company; and told them to go to where the woodbine twineth. Then I got a school, the last resort of the lame, the lazy and the unfortunate. I had enough of such horses; and felt that I yearned for no further experience as dispenser of literature; sacred or profane. Teaching has been my special vocation; and I have done about everything else but sell and make whisky. M. L. White. book-wor- m spell-binder t ? - . SHOES! SHOES!! I hiy stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them N right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoe's. ' I BUCCIES AND WAGONS 1 a have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Rid-in- g and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBORO, KENTUCKY. pre-emine- nt Another Gouge? whether it be at the point of a gun or the pulling of secret wires by unlawful combinations of plutocrats. Why should we be robbed again next winter? Lancaster Record. A -- Lu-cie- n, Warning has been sounded in the United States Senate that the coal barons are pulling the wires preparatory to another holdup in the price of coal next 'winter. It is not surprising. On the contrary, it is quite to be expected. Officialdom has boasted loudly Sp' -- Colun bia Barber Shop &3&!' 6c 36 36 36 36 3S MORAN A Splendid Offer. Sanitary Shop, whert, both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us jim-jam- and long of dire punishments to be inflicted upou gougers. In fact, there has been so much of blowing and bunk there has been no room left for action. Coal barons know this. They have profited for it in the past, and they expect to do so in the Here is a proposition we make to readers who want a city paper, bub do nob want a daily: We will furnish the Adair County News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrab for $1.90 per year, in Kentucky. To subscribers living in a Trial and be Convinted. ECZEMA! If HUNTS GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES other States S2.40. k future. Globe Democrat The Twice-a-weeis one of the best and newesb 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 m your subscrip- the treatment of I tch. Eczema, Rinsrworm,TetterorotherUch- Jng k!n diseases. Try. this MA Paalt Drufl Co. ili 3 m Used LOWE 36 36 36 36 40 Years J -- -- Allen B. Gwin, merchandise broker, at the last moment filed as a candidate for the Democratfor Mayor of ic nomination I left there, that, I would not re- .Louisville and he will have to turn to Kentucky, within two run it out with Overton Harris. -- The public has been milked so The hunt for the ''death car often and so successfully the DENTIST The Woman's Tonic cannot conceive of the that killed Waverly Durham in barons possibility of a kick that would Louisville has led to the arrest Am permanently located in Sold Everywhere ,p mt ' of Earl Hartzel, an exsaloon upset the bucket. Columbia. keeper. The buying of parts A United States senator has All Classes of Denial Work Done. for the automobile was the tip given public and timely warning Crowning and Inlay Work a which led to the arrest. of the scheme. Specialty. It is up tosomeone to thwart The shortage in the bank at All Work Guaranteed Cropper, Shelby county, has it. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist 3 of a Office: next door to post office. attorney General been reported by, the banking We have an Special attention given Disease Domestic Animals commissioner at $34,875. The of the United States. Office at Residence, l mile of town, OS shortage was due to the defalcaWe have district attorneys , all -- amaatown road. tion of Kemper, the cashier, Walter Stamp is the first white over the United States. G. .' who is awaiting his trial. murderer in Louigville given the have a law that deals with We Columbia, KyJ death sentence in six years. The News 11.60 In Kentucky. highway and wholesale robbery, tion at once. HENRY W. DEPP, CARDIH L. H. Jones . .- ,"--. - y Ki &'rpTr7F!Wtifitmi1 . '""" w V THE ADAIR COUNTY&tf&WS $iair The Pennsylvania railroad reports 1,007 cars of California Published On Tuesdays fruit shipped in twenty-tw- o days, as againBt 660 cars in the f& Golum6i& Keivtncky- same period last year," and this U E.MURRBULZ is but one of many straws of a EctTO MRS. DAISYIHAMLETT. - - -I- Mor coming revival in railroad transportation. The facts are that A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the In- the shelves are bare all over the terest of the city of Columbialand the People country; the railroads must soon tf Adair and adjoining Counties. begin carrying goods on a large as second scale. Kntered at the Colnznba And the next step will mail matter. be the revival of railroad orders. The chief obstacle to trade is TUESD. JULY. 19. 1921. the continued high cost of building. Let that come down and SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: we will not have to wait until ?L50 In Kentucky business. $2.00 next year for brisk Outside of Kentucky Evening Post. AU Subscriptions are due and Payable in Coaivty Nevis Post-offi- A subscription has been start- we published a short editorial, ed to raise money for York, the giving a man or a woman's right soldier who went to France and to vote in the general election. ilid valiant services for the Some of the candidates are fear"United States, to pay the mort- ful that our meaning was not a gage on his farm. He is credit- clear as it should have been, and ed with killing two or more score requested that'a more emphatic In the last issue of the News jf Germans and capturing al hundred. sever- The Democratic candidates for Sheriff, County Attorney and Circuit court clerk will not be on the primary ballot for the reason they have no opposition in said party for the, nomination. They were nominated by the committee. In some of the magisterial districts there will be some Democratic candidates on the ballot. Efforts are being made for the return of Billy Sunday to Louisville. The police can not do any thing with that city, and if Sunday can, for God's sake send for him. The trouble Sundaywould experience, should he again come to Louisville, the fellows he would want to tell of fheir meaness would not enter - the temple. Here it is: A Republican has no right to vote in a Democratic primary, even should he obligate himself to support the nominee. A Democrat can not vote in a Re publican primary, should he ? gee to vote forthe nominee. In the general November election a man or a woman can vote as they please. We hope this will be satisfactory to all concerned. statement be made. torious Saturday afternoon, the score being 11 to 9 in favor of Garlin Revs. Troy Thomas of Columbia, and O. T. Lee, Cane Valley, began a revival at Concord July 4th. We hope lots of good will be manifested. Z. L. Bennett and family were visiting at Glensfork Sunday. W. L. Bennett and family were visiting at Mr. Gander Mc- Inteer's Sunday. Mr. J. L Darnell, wife and little son, Monford. Mr. F. L. Darnell, wife and baby and Miss Dora L. Bennett, were visiting relatives at Gadberry Sunday Mr. J. C. Spoon and S.T. Ben nett have given up their crops on account of so many Republicans candidates. Mr. S. Earles and family were visiting the family of Mr. S. F. Hervey Sunday. Mr. O. M. Tabor had the mis fortune of getting one of his feet badly hurt while shoeing a horse. He is improving. o 4 4444444444 4 DOUBLE HEADER AJBSOLTJTE A.TJCTIOXsr SAT,Tr, Two Hanging Fork Farms Live Stock, Farming Implements, Etc. Wednesday, Julyf 20 AT 10 A. M. ON. A. C. Coffey's 98 Acres-Subdiv- ided Glensfork We are needing rain in this part very badly. Crops and gar- - The most exciting race that was ever pulled off in Louisville is coming in the contest of Mayor of the city. There will be two candidates, a Democrat, who is likely to be Col. Overton Harris, and the Republican nominee .Judge Quin, now a member of the Court of Appeals. The Po lice department of the present A Western Congressman asks administration has been rotten, and that fact should give Col. why it is thatiwefniust wait for France to pay us the money she Harris the advantage. owes. In the first place we are Since the prohibition enforce- willing to wait to convenience a ment law went into effect, the former ally. In the second place, whisky men in Kentucky have France cannot pay, without seri become immensely wealthy. Their ously embarrassing herself, until bonded houses locked a great she cashes in some of the Gerdeal of the ardent stolen and man indemnity bonds, and hears sold, and it is being sold all the something about the vast sums time, no tax on it. When 0 that are owing to her in Russia. or $75,000 worth of whisky France will pay in the end. The is carried out of the warehouses, debtor with whom we are desa startling story is written about tined to have trouble is Italy! the work of the thieves. Who Italy owes us far. over one bilis mostly interested in the re- lion dollars; with the interest-i- t moval os this whisky? is now not much under two billions. And Italy has not the Geo. Gowdy, President of the chances of cashing in from out Turnpike Company from Columside, sources that has France. bia to Muldroughs Hill, some Louisville Post. years ago gave Adair county this end of the pike, running beyond Fairplay. Coburg, provided the county would keep it up, and it should As it has been some time since be done. In going from this I wrote a letter to the best coun place to Campbells ville you can ty paper in the state, will try to tell when you strike the Taylor give a few items. county end, for it is kept in good Wheat threshing is on and the condition. Instead of keeping up the Adair end, it gets worse yield, is very good. all the; time, and the injustice is We are badly in need of rain in having toll gates on this badly at present. , piece of road. The wagoners, Mr. G. L. Rosenbaum has been the automobile men, the drivers confined to his room, with of buggies are all complaining. mumps. Jtepair the road. Garlin baseball team was vie $50,-D0Ik The land owners and bloated bandholders of England have been fighting the Irish ever since we became a reader. The Irish are occupying a little terri tory called Ireland but it is not a republic, but governed by England. The Irish want to live in a free country and govern it themselves, and we can see no good reason why this right is denied them. Neither can we see that to make Ireland a republic, that England would suffer. It is nonsense to say that the Irish can not govern their country if given a chance. There are plen ty of O'Connors and Parnells living yet. Men of that charac ter have as much or more patronism than the bond holders of England. dens are burning up. Mr. Tom Bardin and family of Cave City, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Wilkinson last week. Mr. Allen Conover, of Ohio, was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs: F. Conover, near here last week. Mr. J. E. Dudley is very sick at tHia writing. The Indian Doctor, Mr. Wahoo was in our town last Thursday morning to see his patients. School opened at this place last Monday morning with Mrs. Polly Taylor teacher. Mrs. N. B. Lewis and Mrs. J. Lewis, were visiting relatives near here last Sunday. Wesley Mrs. Fannie and daughter, Beatrice, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thomas near Columbia, last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry of Columbia, were relatives near here last Sat urday and Sunday. Sparksville ball team played our boys Saturday afternoon. The scores standing in favor of Glensfork. There will be a series of meeting begun at the Methodist church this place Monday the 18th, conducted by Rev. Thomas and Rev. Lachart. n Mr. Titus Price and Mr. Hurt, of Columbia, were shaking hands in our midst last Wednesday. Wool-dridg- e, Lu-cie- 4 4 This splendid farm is located on the Hustonvlle & McKinney turnpike about one mile from the thriving town of McKinney with her graded school, 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 IMPROVEMENTS. New elegant residence of eight rooms, hall, three porches, good cellar, large tobacco and stock barn and all other;neces3ary outbuildings,. Fine water. Well at door, everlasting springs, pond, etc Well fenced. 12 acres in com; 35 acres in wheat stubble sown to timothy and clover, good tand; 5 acres in tobacco; 1 6 acres in clover and timothy meadow; 4 acres in hemp seed;1 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-stor- and about 38 acres unimproved land. A, J. Weddle's 157 Acres-Subdiv- ided This fertile Hanging Fork farm is also a part of the S. M. Owens farm and joins the tract above described. Rich productive soil. A money maker and dividend producer. 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, bams, etc., and 30 acres with tenant house; 33 acres in corn; 45 acres in wheat stubhlcsown to timothy and clover, good stand; 40 acres in oats sown to timothy and clover with good stand; 6J acres in tobacco; 24 acres in timothy meadow; i 0 acres in blue grass sod. 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 vice versa. This is consists of one good eight-year-o- id driving and work horse, perfectly gentle; of good work mules; one nice Shetland pony and colt; one registered Angus Bull, a danone team dy; five good steers, weight about 800 pounds; three yearling heifers; one heifer calf; two registered The personality Durock sows; sLx large brood sows and 40 pigs; 50 good stock ews; 150 barrels of com; lot of hay; one rubber-tir- e buggy; one No. 5 De Laval cream separator; one practically new disc harrow; one good Johnson binder; one Superior wheat drill, good as new; two turning plows; one Ford touring car and other things too numerous to mention. 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 contract calls for an ABSOLUTE SALE for the HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, d or limit. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. by-bi- Just get two facts firmly fixed in your mind. First the last bid on sale day gets the deed Second the date WEENESDAY, JULY 20th at 0 A. M., rain or 'shine, to this property. there and YOU may be the lucky one to own this dandy farm at a bargain. Terms exand be ceedingly easy and made known on day of sale. 1 will sell with immediate possession all crops. To the person guessing closest to what will sell for we will give away $10.00 in gold absolutely free and to person guessing next this land closest $5.00 in gold. Dinner on the ground. We invite the closest inspection of these valuable We holdings. For further particulars, see, write or phone either the owners, A. C. Coffey Weddle, Hustonville, Kentucky, or and A. J. HUGHES COL. J. B, DINWIDDIE, On The Block. & McCARTY STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Some Bluffers We Have Met. The dog that barks but doesn't bite. The man who boasts, but doesn't fight. The hen that cackles but doesn't lay, The man who promises but doesn't gore. The man who talks but nothing more. The boy who learns to tote a gon. The girl who Arts, but "just for fun. Res. Phoe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A ESTABLISHED 189.3 Incorporated 1906 Dr. J. N Murrell The A. J. Thompson. Peoples Bank of Metcalfe County Pres. Edmonton, Kentucky. J. R. Wilson. Vice-Phe- s. " t c. J. 1. Carver. Cashier -- DENTIST CAPITAL. SURPLUS and PROFITS fJ2.000.CO DEPOSITS OVER $250,000.00 We pay 4 per cent, per annum on time deposits and issue certificates of deposit for same, due 6 and 12 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 AN Y 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 be3t customers, some of the eood citizens of Adair county. We shall be pleased to receive deposits by mail or otherwise. Office,' Front Rooms Jeffries B'l'dg. UP STAIRS. 9 The United States produces COLUMBIA, KY more paper than. any other country in the world, but it needs it in recording the things that conGIVE US THAT NEXT JOB gress doesn't do. Advertise In The News 1 'Tft-7f- i Y t. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' .Oil Prospector's Guide. By V. A. SMITH. Geologist. OIL RND GflS Adair,- r . The Origin of Oil, Where it Originated, How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to Find It, r the;u;n!iVRa:l $415.00 f. o. b. Detroit. y- r - Cumberland, Russell Counties, Kentucky. BY H. T. KEMPER, Locator of Healdton, Oklahoma and Allen and Warren County, Kentucky Oil Fields. PRICE $1.00 GEOLOGICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION Room 403, Louisville National Bank Bide. C3ZE P. O;- - Box 867, Joutsville. Kentucky. until then, will from under him, is improving rapidly Company, is now being rushed then, and not oil pries going and will soon be able to come over in to the location, and the work is you see crude town. proper levels. progressing very satisfactorily. back to the pugiMr. Hugh Ross, a Messrs. C. E. Hawk, chairMr. Chas. J. Pogue, general W. H. Ross, was in list, a son of Mr G. W. Ginther, manan man, and manager for the Old Columbia a few days ago, enroute to ger, of the Daytucky Develop- the home of his parents, in Rock. Oil Company, Birm ingham, was in'town the latter ment Association, Dayton, Ohio, house Bottom. o Miss Leona Bryant returned to part of the week and reported were in town Monday last, hav'Indiana, Saturday after spending a they would soon drill well No 1 ing come over from Russell few weeks with" relatives and friends on the J. S. William3 farm, county, where they are drilling here. Miss Essye Phelps accompanied Creelsboro, where they are con- well No. 1 on the J. C. Burchett her home to spend a few days. fidently expected to make a great farm, located in Smith's Bottom, Mr. John A. Harris, whose visit to south side of Cumberland river. "strike." his Columbia friends and relatives, They reported a fine flow of gas was delightful, left the first of the) Well No. 2 of the Reed Oil very encourag-in- g week for Columbia, Tenn , where he Syndicate, Columbia, now drill- at 150 feet, with indications of a good oil teaches, making a few stops en route ing on the farm of Campbell Mr. and Mrs. E S. Crurne and little Bros, in the north end of Clin- "strike" at rio distant date. Mr. J. V. Brooks, consulting son' Louisville, who spent several ton county, Creelsboro field, is days witn Mr. urumts Bister, mrs u. expected to be completed during engineer, Louisville, and who is Hamlett, have returned home. They the week. Considerable gas has connected with the Reed Oil Syn were perfectly delighted with Colum bepn encountered, and the drill dicate, of this city, arrived the. bia and the people they met. has penetrated some very fine first of the week to visit the Mr. Ed AlleD, wife, and daughter, field operations at Creelsboro, Miss Lula, of Danville, were here last Band. Mr. Brooks is very optomistic Saturday, en route for Burkesville. n Mr. W. R. Abbott, a as In a few weeks Miss Allen will leave civil engineer, with over the future of this section for China where she expects to spend oil field. offices, in Lexington and Monti a real five years in missionary work. well-know- ten days with Mr. Bennett's father it is dependent upon oil, and and other relatives in Ohio county. Material for the big refinery, industry are in course of erection at Creels when the wheels of Mr. C. C. Stephens, who was badly again revolving full capacity hurt, last week, by a horse jumping boro by the J. E. Carnaham yw j.-- n English-America- We represent the most thorough and all-rou- nd up-to-da- te motor car fac tory. in the world, turning out the best car on the market today the most adaptable to every need of every class of people. j The' Ford Service organization, of which we are a branch, is the most extensive as well as the most intensive organization of its .. kind in existence, consisting of over 18,000 Service " Stations in the United States. It is our duty to uphold the high ideals of the Ford organizations in this territory, to deliver cars as promptly as possible, to give quick and thorough repair service and courteous treatment to -- i. all customer. as.-- . well-know- Mrs. C. S Harris daughters and cello.and who is prominently con$ PERSONAL sons, of West Point, Miss., who visit- nected with Wayne county oil i' INCORPORATED led here four weeks, left for their development, was an interested Mrs. T. 0. Davidson was quite sick nome t morning. It has been a COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. visitor to this section during the one day last week. . great pleasure to the people of Co- tast week. This was his maiden Mrs J. C. Strange was quite sick lumbia and many in the vicinity of trip to this territory, but he was several days of last week. town, to entertain them and every bo well pleased with the outlook - body was sorry when the time came Mr. Al Sinclair, of Louisville, visitfor them to take their departure. that he intends to come ed relatives here last week. here platform pledge that tariff ifc i9 trul again soon. Mr. G. W. Gilmore, traveling sales The travel in an aut0 and hPed that the wiU nave a Pleasant should be reasonable in amount Messrs. G. W. Francis, con- man, was in town last Thursday. journey home. and so adjusted as to prevent unMrs. Frank Sundusky has returned. nected with the Petroleum Ex"Take a sea gull from its home on the due exactions by monopolies and ploration Company, and C. M? to her home, Harrodsburg. lea, trusts " EXCHANGE THIS Miss Catherine Walling, of w Purdy, representing the Frick Wherever it goes it will sing of the In the second place he objects is visiting Mrs O P. Miller. and Lindsey Company, manufactson a fond heart from its home on to provisions on the ground that urers of oil field supplies at Mr, John Lee. Walker wife and are spending this week in Burkesville. they are fundamentally the hearth, Pittsburg, were recent LexingMrs Zelpa Wheat and her son, T.C., lit will sing cf the loved ones to the ton visitors to this territory. end of the earth." arrived from the South some days fry Dr. R. M. Armstrong:, of ago. The Broken Pitcher. $1Q, OOO cash prizes. Violates Piedge. Creelsboro, who was in town the Misses Lizzie and Mary Harris visitSign and send to us. We'll loan you a latter part of the past week, ed in Campbellsville a few days of last JIKA J. UlUlUUvll VULWV New Edison for three days, without charge Describing various provisions pitcher may make many trips to stated while here that he and week. or obligation. Experiment with it and send his associates are arranging to Dr. N. M. Hancock, Cane Valley, of the Fordney Tariff bill as for the well, but it finally falls and Mr. Edison a phrase which will distinguish was quite sick a few days ago. Better the New Edison from all other have a numer of test wells drillthe benefit of trusts and mono- smashes to pieces. Gov. Mornow. devices. $10,000 in 23 prizes. Folder of the ed in the very near future on the of complete information free. Mail this cerrow has been running his par." ;f Stanley Smith, of Spurliugton, polies at the exoense Mrs. 'R'"; tificate today. James A. don mill pretty regularly ever north side of 'the river near visited her sister, Mrs, W. P. r, 3KS3JH where the Carnahan refininery Frear, Wisconsin, Republican since he has been in office. The last week '(.9 is now being built. They are conCoffey was taken quite member of the House Ways and pitcher has slipped Mr. W. A. from his COLUMBIA, KY. of encountering pay sands ill last Thursday, and. was very sick Means Committee, made public a hand a time or two, but did not fident for a few hours. minority report which he will fall hard enough to be smashed there at a reasonable depth Mr. J. T. Kennedy, who is in Sun present to the House. Dr. J. W. Goggin, president into pieces. The Governor par day school work, is spending this Mr. Frear asserted that rates doned Frank Blair, a notorious of the Bagdad Oil Corporation, week in Adair county. Chicago, arrived here Saturday, of duty which are excessive criminal with a bad record, and Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, of Somerset, and later left for Creelsboro a traveling man, was in have been imposed upon many has made a mistake that has commodies, including cement, caused him humiliation. He has where the concern has valuable Columbia last Friday. holdings, and some good produc Mr. A. V. Taylor, wife and daught- lime, glass, aluminum and tung- acknowledged the corn, but that tion. Dr. Goggin has very er, of Greenwood, Ind., are visiting sten, all of which commodities, does not pacify an enraged pubprominently cannected ' with the relatives in Adair county. , he said, areunder theiontrorof lic. It is difficult to send a man Mr. Jo Harris accompanied his monopolies and trusts and are devolopment of that field ever to the penitentiary, and when he brother, John A., on a trip to the since its discovery, some two "well able to walk alone under is placed there the keys should Slippers and Pumps Reduced from Mammonth Cave last week. years ago, no 'one having aclower rates." be thrown away Gov. Morrow One-thir- d was quite to One-Ha- lf. ' Discussing complished more results there Mrs. Helena Williams the effect of the has two more years to serve and sick a day or two of last week. She than he, and he is still "'on the is better at this writing. 'Big, Stock of Shoes at Bargain Prices. bill or agriculture Mr. Frear says if he sustains his pardon record job." it gives reasonable protec through these next twenty-fou- r Mrs. S. A. Vest (nee Miss Emma that . An erroneous opinion is pre- Bailey,) of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., is tion to man farm produefs, No months he can convert the peniCane Valley, Kentucky, valent in the minds of many visiting her relatives and friends justification exists, however, he tentiary into a sleeping porch. otherwise well informed people, about Columbia. says, for cutting 1919 tariff rates On Woman's Dress. regarding the low prices now Dr. B. T. Wood, of Dan'ilie, ac- on hempstraw grown by the the of the girls show about every al minds. New York Ameriprevailing for crude oil, in that companied Dr. Cheek from Danville farmer from 5 to 2 cents nor for " Overalls have been suggested thing but their ears and their cans. they attribute it to over produc- to Columbia, and attended the funeral increasing hemp yarn rates from of Miss O. M Reed. judgment. Ohio State Journal. It is time to board up the back h as substitutes for women's bath6V cents a pound as in the tion. Such is not the case at Mr. Alvin W iihs, wifeand daughter, Magician: "Now, ladies and of a woman's gown when it allaw to 8 cents a pound, ing suits; but why substitute present by any means, for pro- of Texas, arrived last week, to spend something for nothing? Mer- gentlemen, I can see right lows .one to count down to the h showing only a some days with Mr Willis' parents, or a 33 per cent increase to the yMemduction has been through this heavy'' blanket." phis Commercial vertebra. cury (Los Angeles.) Appeal. of hemp yarn. manufacturer fairly normal increase for months Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Willis. A western minister advises, Voice from balcony: "Lawdy! Mr. Frear, in his nimority re-- , Two words cover the Mr. Reed Shelton, who came here past. "Let the women wear what they dis ain't no place for a decent A gas or dust cloud fras been to attend the funeral of his aunt, Miss situation -- UNDER XONSUMP-TIO- O M. Reed, left for his home, in port, dissents from portions of like." "Sure. As they show lady in a calico dress." Ameri discovered in the heavens by; a Dutch scientist vhich h'e estimathe bill for two reasons. In the so shall we peep." Columbia can Legion Weekly. Not a wheel turns, from Illinois, the first-o- the week. tes to be twenty billion times e bathing: suit. can greater than the sun. A smallest wrist watch to the Rev. JL V. Bennett wife and child- - first place, he says they are in (S. C. ) Record. the RV hnno peace of sever- - it don't dropw way they dress now.some of ten destroy-thren left Monday morning, to spend violation of the Republican party The largest battleship afloat, but that I The Buchanan Lyon Co. j j V. J wgs&bl Camp-bellsvill- e, sea-Tak- for 3 days ofMusic 1F& and forMr.Qkons A. 1A sound-reproduci- ng -- Due-ba- ns V HERBERT TiYTLOK well-know- n Big Reduction !M vile, L. SJVUTH Fayne-Aldric- thirty-sevent- - N. f one-piec- e -- V T- - WIP'"'?' W" ST-7 . I 0 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 50 PIECE 50 PIECE 'sssssl v BAND sissa issssssssssssa isssl isssssssl issssl ssss BAND Bring the kiddies they'll have a free movie show. Bring the ladies they'll have a rest room provided. Other attractions, including a baseball game and races, will afford a big day's pleasure for all. Come and enjoy yourself and help the boys provide funds for their band. Come early you'll want to stay late and don't forget the date. YoUr home town boys have arranged for your entertainment a day's program that. you can't afford to miss. The boys have given their time and effort to their music and now they want to show you what they can do. Come and hear good music well played by your boys and other members of the Kentucky Band School 50 members in all you'll be surprised. t: Admission: Adults, 50c; No Charge for Children Under 12 Years A $2.00 Program For 50c ! r CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ball Game-Colu- mbia TUESDAY, JULY 26 x 1921 Big Time F,or Everybody vs Greensburg Make Your Arrangements Now To Come ff We are authorized to announce W. Walter S. Sinclair is a candidate for to the office of County T. Price a candidate for Circuit Judge of Adair county, subject to the Court Clerk of Adair county, subject FOK CIRCUIT JUDGE action of the" Republican primary to to the action of the Republican party, xpressed at the primary the first Ws are authorizsd to announce that be held the first Saturday in August. Saturday in August. J. C. Carter, of MonroeJ county, is a n FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. to the office We are authorized to announce candidate for B. Hurt a candidate for Judge of Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th Judicial iistrict of Kentucky, subject of the Adair County Court, subject to We are authorized to announce Junto the Republican primary, to be held the Republican primary to be held ius Hancock a candidate for County Attorney of 'Adair County, subject to August 6. iihe firet Saturdayjin August, 1921. the action of the Republican party, to be expressed at the August primary to be' held August 6th. for County court clerk. attorney I Announcements. ed to play a piece for company last Sunday but she said she m couldn't. Miss Peachie Sims is not going tothfi picnic this coming summer unless she has a large stout handsome young man as her escort, as an ant like to of got on her at the last picnic. The Deputy Constable says whenever a lawbreaker has been Mr. doing something he oughn't to We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce W. W are authorized to announce that Bingham Moore a candidate for Counhe will shy around an officer like A. Coffey a candidate for Jl. A Huddleston, of Cumberland ty Court Clerk of Adair County, t to the office of County Attorney of a mule does a paper sack in the is a candidate for County, to the action of the Republican Adair county, subject to tne action of AtLu-cia- HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute sub-ec- Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE to the office of Commonwealth's party, as expressed at the primary, the Republican primary, to be held torney in this the 29th Judicial dis- first Saturday in August. the first Saturday in August. subject to the action of the Retrict, publican primary to be held the first We are authorized to announce Mr Saturday in Augustr, 1921. X FOR TAX COMMISSIONER. S. C. Neat a candidate for reelection to Connty Court Clerk of Adair CounWe are authorized to announce Rol-li- n ty, subiect to the action of the Re- For Sheriff. B. Patton a candidate for Tax publican party, as expressed at the Commissioner of Adair county, subWe are authorized tonnounce that primary, first Saturday in August. ject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August B. Patteson is a candidate for W. of Adair county, subject to Sheriff We are authorized to announce that the action of the Republican party,, Miss Christine Nell, of Gradyville, is FOR MAGISTRATE. pressed at the August primary. a candidate for County Court Clerk of We are authorized to announce that We are authorized to announce that Adair county, subiect to the action of Geo. Coffey is a candidate for Sheriff the Republican party, expressed at B. O. Hurt is a candidate for Magistrate in District No. 2, composed of of Adair county, subject to the action the August primary Eunice, Little Cake, White Oakland of the Republican party, expressed at We are authorized to announce that Ozark voting precincts, subject to the the August primary. Geo. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is action of the Republicaan primary, August 6. We are authorized to announce J. a candidate for the office of County M. Wolford, of Casey Creek, a candi- Court Clerk of Adair county, subject date for sheriff of Adair county, sub-ec- b to the action of the Republican priHogwallow News. to the action of the Republican mary, to be held the first Saturday in August. party. We are authorized to announce that G. Gowen, of Sparksville precinct, is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, roadV Miss Hostetter Hicks began Monday morning on writing a popular novel. But she has been so bothered with company she W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance X for jailer; ' We are authorized to announce subject to the action of the Republican primary, to be held Saturday, Frank Woiford Miller, of the Eunice precinct, a candidate for Jailer of August. Adair county, subject to the action'of the Republican primary, to be held In JTor County Judge August. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce Geo, T. Herrif ord a candidate for Judge of the Aaair vjouiny wium, "'j"'"v are authorized to announce M the action of thtPRepublican primary C. Winfrey a candidate for to be help tne areo oauuruaj u xxu to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of , goat. Adair countyj subject to the action of the Republican primary to be held to announce that the first Saturday in August, 1921. We are authorized We J 4 Poke Eazley says after he married he changed his mind about who was the greatest man Jn the country, as soon as. his wife began telling him about her big brother. Sile Kilde got up with a headacmorning, but he made he-this out like it was his corns hurting him, as a prohibition officer was in the vicinity. Miss Gondola Henstep, who has been taking 'music lessons for the past five years, was ask didn't. cannot get it done this week. A fire occurred at Tickville Wednesday The afternoon. blaze had gained considerable headway when the department arrived as they were in the middle of a big checker game when the alarm was turned in. Slim Pickens is placing great anticipation in t attending the foot washing services at Hog Ford next Third Sunday. He wen? last year and came home with a finepair of sox. Jefferson Potlocks, who has been following the shade around the postoffice during the hot spell, got thrown off the track today bycloudy weather. The season is now at hand or will be right soon when every body will Begin receiving squint-eye- d kodak pictures of friends standing on large rocks. Cricket Hicks attended the ice cream supper on Musket Ridge Saturday night. He deserves great praise for his wonas he could derful have eaten another saucer and self-control, a aaeK oaeeK "It is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need It and Not Have It'.' . i r The Only Sure Way is to se Vs Before It Happens. INSTTB-A.N'C- E REED BROS. ITS COLUMBIA, K". KS" AT.T. BRA3STOH. KS -- . y X - K ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , I 7 awMgawMMW MHwawanntiiw mch rinliiwi -- WW uMpul.J1ni JljMl rt Tii J I IIIWI il. 1Trwjiiw I I IIW imiWii Flays Administration. n 'i Washingtjoii,! July 1. Chargvio-l'ati- on We Are . Building TlieiD. Betti Ji 5 Thari iiver IUMhUttUUAtlA.lt s 1 T" r "i i. tlrttMitoMlllfctU:(.MffMlMrtlt Today, more than, ever, Goodyear Tires for passenger cars offer the . utmost in economy and satisfaction Improvement after improvement has been effected in them in the past few months. Our clincher type Cords, for example, are now made larger, with thicker tread and stronger carcass and bead. Our larger size Cords, our fabric tires, and our inner tubes, too, are bigger, stronger, more durable than before. You can get Goodyears now, from your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer. The Goodyear Tire &. Rubber Offices Throughout the World n m t H ing the Administration with of- its campaign pledges by its failure to take any steps for rendering assistance to the "Armenians, Representative Ralph Gilbert, Eighth Kentucky district, the only Democrat to defeat a Republican incumbent in the Congressional elections last November, in a speech on the floor of the House today declared that "the present foreign policy of the United States finds its parallel in the exclamation of the first murdeVer. 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If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-JournalU sub- Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. pose, is th,e pride of this Rockwell City, lovra- to be unconcerned in the affairs of other nations. Our July 2nd, 192C foreign policy finds its parallel in Dear Editor: the exclamation of the first murAs I have wandered a' long? derer, 'Am I my brother's keep- ways from my birth place, I feel Ad-ministi- It er?" W3B& TURKISH & DOMESTIC Nothing is too good for Camels. And b'ear this in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done simply for show. gui CICA.RETTES BI.END ZKd Take the Camel package for instance. It's the most perfect packing science can devise to protect cigarettes and keep them fresh.. Heavy paper secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal t. But the fold and make the package there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. air-tigh- Such things do not improve the smoke any more than premiums or coupons. And remember you must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.: If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest cigarette you can imagine and one entirely free from cigaretty aftertaste, ' It's Camels for you E lt y v t1' ti ''IssjEwi v?tJ MB' b H R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Sale- N. C. - W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE 2 International MadetoMeasure Clothes. j Second Floor, Icffries Building. -- o v Raymond Mercer was killed and two men injured in an ex- ' plosion at a mill in Grayson coun ty. . N - ; rorest nres m.many parts or a COLUMBIA, V 4 v - ICY. e the province of Quebec are re- Si ported, entailing-loss up into 'the millions. The fires were due ? .i 0 to the great drought., r different States and Iowa is iie In reciting Turkish cruelties prettiest state I ever saw in uaj? To prevent losses to hogs in life, toward the Armenians, Mr. Gibut I wouldn't give QlB during the hot weather, Kentucky for my part lbert said: transit for all the Live Stock Department of been in. If God spares my HE PICTURES TURKISH CRUELTIES the Southern Railway System life until the 11th of July, L rvaK "Sixteen hundred Armpnians has issued the following sugges start back to my Old Keniudky had their throats cut in the tions to shippers: Home at Frankfort, Ky., where prison at Divarbelsir; the bishop hogs to station I live with my nephew and clati Haul or drive there was burned alive while the scene was accompanied with in ample time to allow them tn Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries. I eaSie become rested and cool before out here the 22nd of May tcuTis music. Seven nundred children it my niece and nephav,. MtJ in the orphanage at Genage were loading. When ordering a car for load- and Mrs. H. L. Hutchison,, ox drowned in a lake. After the massacre at Benia there was not ing hogs, insist upon a clean one FRockwell City,, Iowa- - Also.visi- ta male over 13 years of age left bedded with sand, clay or earth. ed Mr. Ed Vanhoy and wife, anJ Wet thoroughly the bedding Mr. Owen Cundiff and wife; at; alive. Fire was set to large wooden sheds in Alidjan in which and interior of car before load- Somers, Iowa. I met Everett." Cundiff, Elmer Cundiff aa vast numbers of women and ing. children had been collected and Give only a small feed of Frank Triplett who are here ircny they were burned to death. grain before shipping. Heavy Kentucky. The crops look. n& Thenty-fou- r thousand Armenian feed means more body heat gen- out here. The soil is so rich looks black when it rains, azi? were slaughtered in three days erated. the mud sticks so tigifr 700 can, in Ardjish and three neighboring Load not more than one hour . hardly pull out RaiD .villages. Great armies of them before the train is to depart. needed badly in this commtmil were driven into the desert and Load slowly and "carefully. now. Well, I will bring starved. Avoid excitement and do not to a close by saying: n?y "The result in figures tells beat or bruise the animals. nephew and niece and their litttei only too well how effective this not to exceed 14,000 daughter, Mary Load Elizabeth saS extermination has been, for pounds fat hogs and' 16,000 myself are well. As I taie Sbe Armenia with its previous pounds stock hogs in a standard of people now has only 36-f-t. car during warm weather. Adair County News, I" hope, to 4,000,000 left;" Have water applied to the bed- see my letter in the News. Turning to the Republican ding in the car at available Your Friend, leaders in the House, Mr. Gi- points immediately after the Mrs. Mary H. FloydL--" lbert continued: train stops. "Armenia is the challenge that Use ice on .floor of car whenThe Uenibcrats in the Hcusfe Christianty places before the na- ever possible three blocks to a denounced the Republican- - iari" tions of the world and yet we car, v bill as a "plunder" pjan' have not answered the call. claimed that the orSn,Jart iL" WGae. What is this Administration and Robert H. Flora, a Warren ficiarfpo nnA :. , A the majority in this House going gounty farmer, was killed by had contributed . .' & -to.do. about it? Nothing, I sup. heat. He weighed theHarding campaign f 6 e help." Hot Weather Pointers. like I want to tell you something? about Iowa. I have been in nine it of-,it- i: this-lette- r 40,-000,0- 00 a. r J- 364-pobnds- , J s WSZm .2 ".tiif.a.'a:r'sw r TJPf-WJMS- u't - i . ; r A) 8 Gradyville ADAIR COUNTY Montpelier, called in to see us for a few minutes one morning last week, on their return from Nell, where they had' spent'a day or so visiting. We were all glad to see them as they resided in our town several years ago. Mrs. A. R. Keltner and her son, Graham, of Campbellsville, accompanied by the Misses Collins, of Greensburg, spent'a few days visiting their relatives and friends in this community la3t week, and while here Miss Artie Collins and Mr. Graham Keltner motored over to Columbia and at the residence of Eld. Z. T. Williams they had the conjugal knot tied. The contracting parties both were formerly of this city, but for the last year or so have been residing at Greensburg and Campbellsville. This union is the culmination of a long courtship. Their many friends in this town and community wish them a long and happy life and may their pathway be Strewn with flowers. KniFley. NEWS. CONGRESS APPROPRIATES A QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS FOR HORSE BREEDING. JMoney To Be Spent Under Supervision of Army Officers To Raise ; 0 wingthe,afflictipns of your jeporter from this section, he has been unable to contribute any news to your valuable paper for the past months. We are very dry in this section at this time. There is less water in Big creek at the present than there has been for ten years. Our growing crops of tobacco and corn are almost perished, if it does not rain in a few days the yield of both will be very short. The wheat has all been threshed in our community and as we get it, the quantity and quality were very good. Mrs. Moore and her little daughter, of Louisville, spent a few days of last week visiting ler uncle, C. 0. Moss and family. Mr. James A. Keen, who has been confined to his room for 3everal weeks with a complication of troubles, is improving at - More Thoroughbred Horses for Cavalry Purposes. OTHER GOVERNMENTS SPEND MUCH MORE. ,l this time. The health of the community Remember that Dr. Hart, of Sreensburg, will preach at Un- is very good at the present time. The picnic held at Casey ion on the 5 th Sunday. Come out every body and hear a good Creek July the 9th, by the Maccabees was largely attended and 3ermon. G. T. FJowers and wife, of all reported a rlice time. The Liberty and Fairplay ball Columbia, after spending a few days at Red Lick, returned home teams crossed bats the 9th of July at Casey Creek. The score the first of the week, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Keen and stood 18 to 19 in favor of Liberdaughter, of Columbia, visited ty. their father and family here, the Prof. B. F. Brown, of Chicago, has just closed a 20 nights singfirst of the week. We have had several tobacco ing school at this place. Mr. Robert Arnold and family, auyers in this section during the past two weeks, looking at the of Columbia, visited at his fatobacco that is unsold, offering ther's, Mr. John Arnold, one dav from 10 to 20 cents per lb. The last week. jrade of the weed in this section Mrs. C. M Bault and son, Is some of the best and our far- Dempsey, visited Mrs. Ora Mae mers are not willing to turn it Beam's, of Russell Co., from Saturday till Monday. loose at the present prices s School began July 11th at this Messrs. W. L. Grady and C. H. Yates treated their dwellings place under the management of with a new coat of paint, which Mrs. Anna Hovious and Mrs. adds greatly to the appearance Elby Christie. o their beautiful homes. Miss Grace Dunbar is very Mr. Samuel Walker, better low at this writing. Ijtaown as Doc, one of Columbia's Mrs. Mattie Feese and daughpassed ter, Mrs. Homer Roberts, of merchants, efficient through our place a few days Campbellsville, visited the Missago. en route for Nell to 3pend es Hancock last Tuesday night. a. few days with his relatives Mr. and Mrs. Owen Arnold and friends. and family visited the latter's One of our neighbor boys and mother, Mrs. Rebecca Cox, last old friend, Robert Davis, of Saturday and Sunday. Lebanon, called in to see us for Messrs. Goebel Wheeler, Virfor a few minutes one day last gil Parnell and Misses Lois and d week, while en route for his Ollie Parnell spent last Saturday community, Pickett Chapel, night and Sunday with' Mr. where he will spend a few days Vanes Baxter and sister, Miss with his relatives. Hallie. We are glad to report that Mr. Aunt Lizzie Humphress, who J. A. Wheeler, who recently re- had a stroke of paralysis, is betturned from Louisville, where ter at this writing. he underwent a very serious opRussell Creek. eration, is improving and it ' is hoped by his many friends that it will only be a very short Born, to the wife of Owen time when he will be able to be Wilson, a girl, July 11th. Mothout again, seeing after his busi- er and baby getting along fine ness affairs. and Owen is all smiles. Our free school commenced Born, to the wife of Willie Monday, with the same Wilcox, a son, July 11th. here last teachers that we had last season Mr. James Todd, of Cane Val: with a very good attendance. ley, was visiting at George Todd's This community could not have last Saturday night. been better pleased with their John Will 'Cundiff and wife teachers, the Misses Cundiff, of and Jack Cundiff were visiting Columbia. They taught for us at Casey Creek last Saturday last season and our children one and attended the picnic at Roley. and' all advanced fast with their The Cane Valley Brass Band Btudies, and there was not a single discord in our community, as furnished mus c for the K. 0. we ever heard of in regard to T. M., picnic at Roley July the 9th.. our school. Dr. Sam Taylor and family, of We are certainly proud of our boy-Soo- Realizing the necessity of government 'Interest, supervision and participation In breeding of thoroughbred horses, if the United States is to take her rightful position with the other, countries of the world, the United" States Congress has made an appropriation of a quarter of a million dollars to be expended in horse breeding. "While this Is a very small amount when compared with the millions of expenditure made by the governments of England, France, Italy and Spain In this work, It is being effectively used to enlarge the number of thoroughbred horses suitable for cavalry mounts. In explaining the plans of the United States government for the .breeding of more and better horses. Col. C. B. Hawkins, Quartermaster's Corps, United States Remount Service, says: "The world war brought out the fact that the National Defense demands, not only thousands upon thousands of horses and mules, but horses and mules of good (breeding. Quality and breeding in the horse and mule is what gives them the staying power in danger and emergency, as well as for the less spectacular, but not less important, service in connection with our agricultural and commercial pursuits. What is true in the man is true in the beast. Courage in the soldier we call morale. In either case the quality is that of the will to stay when threatened iby the common instinct to falter which means failure and defeat. "The United States is the great horse and mule market of the world. Our allies depended upon us for the major supply of their war horses and mules. Thousands upon thousands were sold to the British, French, Italian, Belgian, Greek and other governments. The supply that could be sold was limited only by the ships available for their transportation abroad, and by the fact that rations were naturally of the first import "The first cry from abroad was for men, then for foodstuffs to feed their millions of soldiers and our own men; next came the demand for ammunitions the stuff that made the hellish fire that raked the enemy; his theatre of operations and his lines of communication. On the heels of the call for theses necessities we had the on$ for the war horse and the war mule, in quantities never before approached. "Automotive vehicles were used in great numbers. Yes, that Is tru,' and it will be true in the future. But war and the horse and the mule continue to be inseparable. The great military migrations of the past those, inded, of civilisation, itself .are so linked with the horse that his production and Improvement may be said to have been with them. Motive power has not killed the horse and' mule industry. Every member of the species has a valuable and Important place to fill, motive power to the contrary notwithstanding. The latter and the horses will go along together, each Oiling an Important and useful sphere. "The breeding of horses and mules, far from being abated, should be practiced in the spirit of the utmost optimism and confidence. True, the horse and mule market is upset. The demand, however, for every class will come again before the colts now bred mature. All our best Informed horsemen, breeders and farmers recognize this fact and advise doubling our attention to the work of breeding. Meanwhile better horses and mules should be the aim of every breeder. We need better blood, more quality; hence, a more valuable animal. A well bred, sound animal, of good conformation and quality of any class, will always bring a high price and a handsome profit to the breeder. It is the scrub or ordinary animal that loses the breeder and farmer money. The scrub eats as much forage and takes as much care as the high class animal; and one has nothing at maturity. The progeny of high class, pure bred stallions, that have proved their courage, endurance and speed in, competition, and selected farm mares, will bring the breeder an increasing profit as the time goes on. "The Government is backing the production of these better horses and mules. This work is being accomplished by the War Department through the Remount Service, under the Quartermaster General of the U. S. Army. manufacturers in short, of almost all the representative organizations interested in the future of the horse and mule. The objects to be accomplished may be summarized as follows: "To promote and improve the production of horses and mules. "To stimulate the breeding of high class animals cf the equine species, with a view to improving their blood lines and conformation, and thereby to enhance their usefulness and mar- wagon, buggy, and harness and saddle FUrvis ffllBiiirife'' Thomas AEdisoi - $ XwyCZ - ' Created it. the Amberola has a clearer, purer tone than ordinary "talking machines" WV v ket value. reasonable legislation. "To gather, and disseminate data on breeding, feeding, stable management and care of animals. & "To ipromote and encourage horse sTinwa , rnra nnrl Tinnt. .vv., nnlo. .. v mpets. V whorse fairs and riding and driving by means or competing ior prizes ana ribbons. "To encourage the use of the horse commercially and for sport In healthy, outdoor exercises. "To save the riding and driving horses from degeneration and extinction. "To imbue our people with a patriotic understanding that the horse and mule is necessary for our National .w ers and dealers against unjust and "To protect owners, users and breedun- ! BECAUSE THOMAS A. EDISON CREATED IT. a genuine Diamond Point Reproducer and unbreakable Amberol Records are exclusive features of the Amlierola BECAUSE THOMAS A. EDISON CREATED IT the Amberola is remarkably low in price BECAUSE THOMAS A. EDISON CREATED IT. easy payments make it possible for every home to have an Amberola BECAUSE THOMAS A. EDISON CREATED IT. Txl:iy come to our store and hear this 'Mastkr. Puomicr ok a Mastmi Mind." -- I Herbert Tavlor COLUMBIA. KY. mnoaaanaB these plans. The project also is being an auxiliary society of the Remount Service, known as the American Remount Association, composed of army officers, civilians, breeders, farmers, ranchmen, horsemen, owners of race horses, drivers and riders, backed by "The Jast Congress appropriated a quarter of a million dollars to further "Our immediate concern is to save the riding and driving horse and high class race horse from extinction. We want to produce a truly American type of rnvnlrv hnrsp a horse with breed' ing and quality, as well as bone andJ substance a weignt carrier ana me best general purpose horse known a horse that will weigh from 1,000 to 1,250 pounds, standing from fifteen hands, one Inch to sixteen hands, tight made, with good gaits and action a walk, trot, gallop horse that can carry weight and follow the hounds across country that the family can drive to church and also one that can hold his own in hard work on the farm a horse that can be used to advantage and economically any and everywhere, except in very heavy draft. This type of horse has splendid looks, quality, action and vigor a wonderful horse for the farmer, and one that can be kept at a. minimum cost. Almost every commercial and military use will be met by the progeny of this breeding scheme, dependent primarily upon the size, quality and blood lines of the mares used in breeding. "Among the stallions to be placed throughout the United States this sprng will be over one hundred head of HIGH CLASS REGISTERED THORO-BREDbig horses with plr.ty of bedy, bone and substance. These stallions placed in the stud through Government agencies, will be available to farmers and breeders at a miniThe Government does mum fee. not expect to make money, but to make it possible and feasible for the farmer and breeder to get the service of a high class approved stallion for their good mares. The object Is to produce animals of real value and use that will not only pay for their rearing, but ibrlng a handsome profit when mature. We expect the progeny at maturity to make general purpose horses, cavalry horses, riding and driving horses, show horses, hunters, race horses, polo ponies, depending largely upon the mares selected for breeding and the care in rearing the colts; a high class horse, both for peace and war, a link in, the chain of our National Defense. The colts will belong to the breeder. The Government will have no strings on them. The owner will be privileged to sell them to whomsoever he pleases at any time. However, the Government expects to depend upon this source for its supply of animals in times both of peace and war. '"The New York Jockey Club, I may add, has established a half-bre- d registry at Avon, New York, with Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth in charge. This makes it possible for the farmers and owners of these colts, which will be to register same at a nominal fee of ?2.00, which registration 13 strongly recommended, because, when the farmer or breeder desires to dispose of these colts, a better price will be paid by civilians for the registered colts than for those that are not registered', In addition to this, registration is necessary if any type or breed of horse is to be established and recognized. All necessary information in regard ito this registration can be had Registration by writing to Half-ibreBureau, New York Jockey Club, Avon, se S, Defense. .rst 3fc.- -2 3rr &". F vssm rtV: SES HKfa iW-V mm. hszsm $625 F.OB. Dttxak. Jhe End of tf a Perfect Day and all ready for another, whether it be to plow, harrow, drill; to run the thresher, the corn sheller, the hay baler or what-nFor Fordson Tractors are not only doing in the most economical and most efficient manner, all general field work for farmers the world over, but they are saving them time, labor and money in taking care of every power job. It combines all of the qualities aU of the advantagesyou have wished for in a tractor. It is light; it is powerful; it is efficient; it is economical in both fuel consumption and upkeep; it is durable; it is dependable; and it is not extravagant in cost. It's hard to teU you all the facts about the Fordson here. We prefer to talk to you and to show you its many advantages. We'll gladly bring aU the facts to you if you wiU phone or drop us a card. ot per-sonaUy it half-bred- s, d New York. "Plans for an organization similar to that In charge of Mrs. Wadsworth are now under way in the Interests of Kentucky breeders and farmers." tT school teacher, Miss Hallie Cundiff, as we know she is one of the good school teachers. Wishing her good luck and success throughout her school. The Cane Valley Brass Band thing to get a good road, and keep out of the mud. Now is the time to strike, while the iron i3 hot. Don't"1" wait unlil the roads get so bad .that a horse back rider can't get to Columbia this winter to get his mail. If we get a good road the grumbling will stop Phelps Bros., were through stock. this country taking-uMr. Alfred Parson, of Portland, was through this neighborhood a few; days past, selling Rawleigh's Remediei . The Buchanan Lyon Columbia, - Kentucky. INCORPORATED Mis 3 AnnaCundiff stepped out school to. furnished music at Russell Springs the fourth of July and reported a fine time and bountiful dinner. t Our Magistrate, Mr. H. A. Walker, is considering to building a pike out Greensburg road. Let everybody donate some hauling or money, or day labor, any at Hutchison school house of the porch last Wednesday every Sunday morning, at half evening her foot creened and pait 9 o'clock. We invite every she fell, spraining her right an- body to come and take a pa rt in kle very badly. The Farmers MillCo.,are doing some repairing on the mill dam this week. Sunday We are haying tbe Sunday school and lets practice up on our singing. We must keep trying to sing and after good practice we can sing hours. after Sunday-schoo- l i., j a - - . - ... , ,"--- :