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Candidate for County Judge Dies. well-know- From Buffalo, N. July Y. Last Thursday, afc 12 o'clock m , fn Miss Catherine Nell, second daughparlors of the parents of the bride, ter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Geo. H. Nell, this the Mr. and Mrs Sam Lewis. Miss Edna place, has surpried her many friends. Xewis, one of Columbia's popular On Sunday before last Wednesday she young ladies, was happily wedded to wentto Danville, on a visit. There Mjfr James S. Kahn, a prosperous she met Mr. I. W. Murray, a travelDes Loge, Mo. The cere ing salesman for a Knoxville House, mer--chantof mony which was solemn and. impres sive was said by Rev. Dr. L. L. Mann, of New Haven, Conn., who used the double ring service. All of the immediate family and a few very close friends were present. The parlors x were beautifully decorated with ferns a,nd cut flowers, and the bride was most becomingly attired in a beautiful tailored suit of Blue cloth The groom was tastily adorned in a blue -- suit. Immediately after wedding breakfast soon thereaffter the wedding party took their departure for Louisville and other points, and in a very short time they will be at their home, Des Loge, Mo., and will at once begin housekeeping. Mr. Kahn has certainly plucked from Columbia one of her most entertaining youag ladies. She possesses an excellent education, is an entertaining conversationalist, attractive, and knows how to make friends. In her departure, Columbia loses and Des Loge, Mo., wins. The bride received many costly and beautiful, presents. The donors gave most cheerfully, but the words goodbye were hard to say. After awhile this very poplar couple will return to Columbia, at which time the glad hand will be most happily extended. The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baldauf, of Louisville, Mrs. S Goodman, Miss Mabel Good-ma- n and Mr. Harry Goodman, Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. Jo Rosenfield, Mid-dlesbofo. who frequently made Columbia, and while here his actions showed that he was very devoted to Miss Nell, and they were regarded by those who were on the inside as lovers, though their union was not immediately expected. The supposition is that they very popular ladv having a large circle met in Danville, and an agreement of warm friends whom she made by was soon reached to publicly plight her courteous refined manners and her personal interest in the welfare their vows. They decided to give their matri- of her friends. She has for several monial vows to a minister at Liberty, years owned and managed the Hemthe ceremony the and at once left for that point, and stitching parlor on Elm street and evwas served, and were married in the parlors of the ho- ery customer she has had has left her quiet wedding was celebrated It has be sn circulated over this dis Mr. Wm. Hobson, a lawyer this morning at the Baptist parson- trict, that I wrote Judge Jones, of in Columbia, a candidate for age by the Rev. M. B. Hays, when he Judge of the Russell County Court, Columbia, Ky., that Heb Lawrence's spoke the words that made two well- - father was his residence being Jamestown, died not a soldier. known aud popular people of Hillsboro I, desire to say that when I worte in a Louisville Hospital Saturday man and wife uniting Mr. T. Y. this letter my information was that morning and was buried in Campbella-villela- jt Chandler and Miss Alma Belsher in he was not a soldier and Sunday afternoon Mr. Hobthis belief the holy bonds of matrimony Mr. was strengthened by the fact that t son had been afflicted with gall stone and Mrs Chandler left immediately had often heard Heb say that he had and other diseases for several months, after the ceremony for Waco where to support himself and widowed and he went- to Louisville for an oper after a short visit they will be at mothei, duriug his boyhood days, and ation He did not improve after he home in apartments in the W. E. never mentioned the fact that they went under the knife, and Friday Sanders residence The bride is a drew a his wife aud children were summoned. pension. n - 29, 1921. tel last Wednesday evening about 8 o'clock The couple will reside in Somerset, the location of the groom, but they are expected in Columbia soon. The bride was one of the popular young ladies of this place and was a graduate of the Columbia High School, attractive, and her h us baud is to be con- gratulated. The groom an excellent business man, and enjoys a fine trade through this section of Kentucky. He represents the Deaver Kennedy Company, dry goods merchants, Knoxville, Tenn., being one of the firm. The best wishes of this community go with this very deserving couple. is place a friend T Y. Chandler is considered one of the best dry goods men and clerks the town has ever had. His knowledge of dry goods and his ability as a sales man that pleases customers has been unquestioned and his services are always in demand by the customers of the store. He has been a valued employee of the Hillsboro Dry Goods Store ever since the organization of that firm and he has made a long list of warm personal friends and admirers during his long business career in our city. The Mirror with all the friends of Mr. and Mra. Chandler wishes them happy days together. Hillsboro Texas Mirror. Under thi pension laws a widow and her infant children were supported by the U S goverment (the most generous and gratefull government on the earth) I gave Judge Jones the names of two federal soldiers in Monroe County who know to wit; Captain Roddy and George Fram, that Judge Joues.might write these men and ascertain the facts in the case I, d'd not mean that these were the only two federal soldiers in the coun ty, but that they were men who would know My He continued to grow weaker and Saturday morning'the end came. His death makes four of the Hobson fam ily, all brothers, that have died in the last few months. Mr. Hobson was a Mason and was doubtlessly buried by the fraternity. He was a good citizen and was a prominent in tne affairs of Russell county. He had many person al friends Editor News: The label on my paper indicates that the life of subscription expired on the 26th of July, and I am enclosing my check for two dollars for rej newal of subsfiription for another year, and you may change the label accordingly. Your paper is a welcome visitor to my home and carries me back In, memory across the gulf of years to tha time when I was a resident of your town and mingled with the best and purest people on earth. I speak adand from experience after more than a quarter of a century of: life and travel in different States and associations with different peoples. Columbia is not the largest town, but: is the best town of its size on earth so far as I know and verily believe. While you have not Railroad facilities, let me say it is in one sense a blessing in disguise. You are not troubled with foreigners and undesirables that always go with the Railroads, and let; me say here and now, I believe the greatest danger our Nation and Government is in lies in the undesirable emigrants here and still coming by the ship load When I stand on the street-corne- r and see and hear the of 40 or 50 strange looking human beings from foreign lands and read in the press of the crimes and misdemeanors committed by them, and of their disaegard for our form of Government, it is enough to make the hearr, of a true American sick, and to wonder where this will lead to if more stringent emigration laws are nob made and enforced. 1 hope you are enjoying the blessings of health and happiness as you. go marching down the stream of time. Very truly, N. B. Miller. to-da- y jib-jabb- visedly Curiousity. Sparksville, Ky , July 27, 1921. Adair County News; We had a chicken hatched at our place the 26th, with 4 perfectly form ed legs and feet. The two front legs are located as the legs of an ordinary chicken with the toes pointing forward The two rear legs are located Just behind the front legs with the toes pointing to the rear Its body is longer than that of an ordinary chicken. Yours Respt. L. Akin. A letter was not written for publi cation but was in answer to a letter trom Judge' Jones and it was not copied correctly in fhe Columbia Republican I, would not misrepresent Mr. Law rence in any way, hence this correc tida'and explanation. J. C. Carter. Attention, Voters. To the Republican Voters of Adair Co: New Organization. As was Fair Ground Privilege. theJlCoiambia Fajr Grounds for the four days of the fair, Aug "30, 1st and 2nd, will be sold to the highest bidder, at the Court 31-Se- stated in last week's News the Columbia Fair will be held the 30th and 31st of August and the 1st and 2nd days of September. It is a new organization and the company proposes to conduct it upon a different plan The Company will not accept donations nor will it issue passes and by carry ing out this agreement A CARD, it believes it will save quite a sum of money and will make the Fair self To the Republican Voters of Adair sustaining. Remember, that there will County, both Ladies and Gen- be no passes and no donations accepttlemen: ed. By All privileges on pt. House door, on next Saturday Aug. Sec'y.C. F. 6th, at 2 p. m. J. B. Coffey. Still Captured. the time this letter reaches you, Typhoid Fever Raging. this Primary election will be almost at a close, and I wish to make this statement. I have upon my part, The State Board of Health has sent conducted this campaign upon the out a general warning that, inasmuch very highest plain possible, and the as typhoid fever is raging over' the many, many friends all over this state, the Board "requests every citCounty, whom I have met, and izen of the state to be vaccinated am sure will testify to the against typhoid fever by hi& or her I .above statement, and in conclusion I family physician as soon as possible want to ask each and every Republi- wiih the reliable vaccine material furcan, who believes in a square deal, to nished free from the State Health Dego out next Saturday, August 6th, partment office." Any further inforand.if you think my record for the mation can be had from the State past 4 years is of sufficient proof to Board of Health at Louisville warrant, cast your Vote for me, and I All parties owing us accounts must will pledge you. that I shall strive by August 20th. If you do not harder than ever, to do my duty aa I settle hetd tills notice your account will be see it, for the next term of this office, placed In the hands of an officer for if am elected I have made a thorre-m- ' -- bt collection. ough Canvass in this County, and 1 am J. H. Hoy and confident 1 will be nominated by a Keene & Hoy. safe majority, thanking my many friends for their most loyal supporo I beg to remain, ' Wanted Very truly, Ten thousand people to attend the S. C. Neat. Colombia Fair, Aug. 30 31st Sept. 1st 2nd. A liberal premium list, all kinds Touring Car for Sale. of attractions, good racins? every day. Oakland Touring Car, in No. 1 conMr. 0 R Jones, who has been endition, run very little, been handled carefully, made no long trips, never gaged in West Virginia for some time, been driven over rough roads Com- but more recently in a school, in Inplete with spare tire and all necessary dianapolis, to correct an impediment equipment. Good reason for selling. in his speech, reached home last Monday His speech has greatly improv For particulars write Or call ed, and he feels satisfied that it will Mrs Norman Hobson, soon be fully recove'ed. He hopes, in Campbellsvilie, Ky. .a short time, to return to his position A terrific storm visited Cane Valley in West Virginia. Jast Friday afternoon about 5 o'clock. Mr- D wight Sandidge, of Greens The residence of Mr. A. H. Judd was burg, drew the automobile at Campunroofed and several other 'houses bellsvilie on the 26th of July. The were more or less damaged. Trees car is valued at 8500 and cost the winwere uprooted and a great deal of corn ner 30 cents. brown down. The town was panic Mr. Wm.Bloyd. who lived on CroBfcrlcken for a half hour or more. cus, died last Thursday. He was a zAieavy,dashiug rain fell here late son of Washington Bloyd, and was FrWay afternoon. The wind was high, about forty-fiv- e yearsold, and was a good citizen. damage was done here. ao 41-2- C I Last Tuesday afternoon about 2 o'clock, a report came to Mr. Cortez Sanders, sheriff of Adair county, and Mr R. L Smythe, deputy sheriff, that a still was in operation, in a hollow, close to the Joshua Hatcher place, on the Greensburg road. The officers at once charteed an, automobile, the driver being Mr. Lawrence Pickett, and by 4 o'clock they were at the scene The still was in operation, not a man about It. It was a sixty gallon still, and they found one thou sand gallons of beer, tubs, etc , and about four gallons of backing. The beer and everything connected with the still were destroyed and trie still brought to Columbia and will be kept here until a government official arrives, who will destroy it The officers deserve the praise of the entire county for their quick work. Some good citizens have an idea who owned the still, but no proof has come to light. Money Recovered Ladies and Gentlemen, as it is only a few days before the Primary and I have been unable to see each one of you personally, I feel it is my duty to drop you thia card expressing . my heartiest appreciation of your support, at the polls next Saturday You will remember that you will only nominate a man at this primary and the race will be run by the nominee and some man on the Democrat ticket, for'the Sheriff's dfflce, and this race will be decided at the November election So give this your careful consideration On the ballot and in the column of candidates for Sheriff you will find that the first place has been aUoted to me. If you will place your stencil there.I will be your nominee, aud your next sheriff, serving the good people of Adair county, in every way possible for the preservation of law and order. I am yours very truly, Day Long to. 8e Remembered. On Friday, July 22, relatives and friends met at the home of Prof. Thomas H. Coffey, ' of Glehvllle, to celebrate his wife's 63rd birthday. Aunt Mollle was sure surprised as she had gone to visit a sick lady that morning, and came home about 10:30 and found her friends and relatives there, awaiting her return, and a well loaded table. Eleven cakes centered the table. It was sure as nice a dinner as could have been set. There were about 53 present to partake of the good dinner. Every body seemed to enjoy the day, especially Uncle Tom and Aunt Mollle. The afternoon was spent in singing and prayer and a short talk as given by Uncle Tom. We wish you many more happy birthdays, Auntie. One Persons who are visiting the Fair Grounds are gratified over the appearance of the grounds, amphitheater, etc. They now have the look of the first j ear of the Fair. The grounds have been mowed and all rubbish removed. Strangers will again say this, year, "Columbia has the most attractive grounds in the State." The music duriug the exhibition will be up to-dat- e The Columbia Fair Grounds and buildings will be put in first class condition, ready for and 2nd. well-known the Fair, Aug. 30-3- 1 Sept. 1st that wa3 J. M. Wolf rod Serious Loss. while an electric storm was raging at Grady-vi!I- e Dr. L. C Nell's stock was running in one of his fields, and the own er was away from home. A keen bolt of lightning came, killing four mules and two horses owned by the doctor. His loss is estimated here to be be tween one thousand and twelve hundred dollars. Mr. Otho W. Wilson and Miss Rosa P. Tompkins,' who lived near Russell Springs, were married a few d.iys ago at the home of the bride's parents Mr. Reuben Western and Miss Frances Wooten were ' married at James town last Saturday week. They will Last Tuesday afternoon Last Saturday night Mr Elljph Mel sou, who lives on Crocus creek, went to bed, placing his pants containing $640 under the head of his bed. Be was soon sound asleep, and while he was unconcious, some one entered his room, slipped out the pants and es probably reside at Lula, caped. Mr Melsoo did not know his home of the groom money was gone until morning, at which time he discovered his troupers on his porch Blood hounds were ordered and took, the trail, arid in the meantime whoever stole the money pitched the poctel-boo- k into his jard. The book contained all the money. If it had not rained the dogs would have located the thief. Bud Chandler, a business man and farmer, who lives in s Almost Drowned. Campbellsvilie, was badly hurt a ago. He was at his saw-miand. Last Frida afternoon Mr. and Mrs. was edging a plank which flew out of Jo Russell and children who are visit- position, striking him in the face, ing here, from Louisville, Went to breaking both his upper and lower Russell creek to bathe. While the jaws. Mr. Chandler is a first cousin grown persons were in the stream, of Mrs Rollin Hurt, of this place. Jean, a four year old daughter of Mr The body of John Arthur Mitchell, Russ9ll was left on the bank, in her bathing suit. Presently she was miss- who was killed in France August 29, ing. She had gotteu Into deep water 1918, arrived at Ote, Green county last: and was almost drowned when takeu week. He was a son of John A. Mitchell, who is well known here. He out. was buried on the farm of his father, Mr G B Smith, who recently re- Dr. L B. Hart preaching the dismoved to Oklahoma has presented course. the Methodist Chuich. this place, Do not forget to send to the exwith three Globe lights, 300 wateach change at Columbia immediately afThey were installed last Tuesday and Wednesday One of the lights is for ter the counting of the result, next Saturday Send the full vote each the annex, the other two for the caudidate received in all the races. main auditorium. few-dayll , there, Genetti Coffey. Ky., the 41-2- 5 - The Burkesvilie special fairwill be held August 11th and 12th instead of August 4th and 5th. The change in date was made after some bills had been printed for, the 4th and 5th ' Remember that the Fair will be held August 11th and 12 Do Barger Bros, now have in their emweek, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturployer. L. L Eubank, who is an ex perlenced salesman aud very accom day nights. The pictures w'tllbeof fspecial interest Good music. modatlng. i .1 e not fail to attend the shows this The largest number of colored poe-piA team made up of Columbia and ever known to be.on.theipikejnear Campbellsvilie players was defeated CoteBbia Fair, Aag. the colored churches, was here last by a score of 13 to 8 at Caapbellsville and 2d. Sunday last Tuesday by the Greeuebarg team. -- Mr. Jo Cov, ".brother of Mr. J W. boro, reached this place last Tuesday. Coy aud Mrs W. T. McFarland, who wilt not be long until gasoline will was run over in Louisville more than be refined, at this point, in large quana year ago by an automobile, losing tities one of his legs, and who has been here for nearly a ear, is now able to Richard Handy, about thirty ears come down on the square. old, died near Mt. Gilead church, one day last week. He was a victim of Mr. W B. Walkerand wife and Mr. consumption and was sick more than, C. W Marshall and wife left fcr a year. Campton, Ky., last Thursday. The former .will be the principal of the Rev 'O. B. Ulery, of Ohio, and severGraded and High Schools of that al workers, are holding a meening at place and the others mentioned will Garlln. The public is invited. be teachers. It is a splendid set of young people. The candidates have only three; The boiler for the refinery at Creels It 30-3I- st days in which to tell the constitu Sept. 1st ents howdv. and make inauirv ahnnt the health of the children. 1 - W , T 4. -- : Jk N - ' APAIR COUNTY NEWS $66,000 THIEF PSVVVsVVSsVVVNVSsVy59yy5vV! Lots of Elderberry Wine: Pies and Jams Scarce Harrisburg, Pa. Elderberry pie and elderberry jam will be scarce in Pennsylvania next winter, according to reports received by state agriculture officials from farmers, but there will be no dearth of elderberry wine. City wine makersin automobiles are robbing the elder bushes of their blossoms to make wine, the farmers com- mini io rnrr uudh so rnrr. OF I GIVEN 3 YEARS Memphis Teller for 12 Years Missed Vacations to Shield His Shortage. 'EL0TE' -- Island' Republic Rejoices at the Death of its Richest lionaire. GRUEL Doi& slid with $ae prunes MY DAD'S COURT GETS HIS CONFESSION POWER OF WEALTH favorite yarn. Began With $100 Holdout and Lived in Hope of Making All Good er Missed a Day or Was Late Strain Was Terrible. Alex V. Smith, formerly note teller for the First National bank, stood convicted, but elated with a three-yea- r term, given to him after he had confessed to a SGG.001.37 peculation and pleaded guilty. During the Hi years Smith was con- -' nected with the bank he never took a vacation, never was absent or late in reporting for duty. He told reporters in order to cover up the shortage he tad to be continually on the job. John D. Martin, Smith's counsel, read a copy of Smith's confession to the court in his plea for leniency. The confession says: "I,, Alex V. Smith of Kaleigh, Tenn., do hereby make confession. "I was born in Liverpool, England, on June 8, 1SS3. I left, England and came to the United States when I was years old. After a about twenty-tw- o short stay in New York city 1 came to Memphis, Tenn., and became a bank clerk in the employ of the Bank of Commerce of Memphis, where I worked for about nine months. I then entered the employ of the First National bank of Memphis, Tenn., and was continuously employed there until January 13, 1921. I was note teller at Memphis, Tenn. plain. With short strawberry and raspberry crops as a result of the drought, farmers were laying reat store by their elderberry crop, but the other drought caused by national prohibition bids fair to make the elderberry crop short. . YOU HEAR x of a smoke. - WAS THE one about. OR READ about a smoke Peasant Trod Down Millions as He Piled up Riches on Misfortunes of Others Lived and Died a Brute. THE OLD storekeeper. WHO WAS playing checkers. IN THAT REALLY does more.THAN PLEASE tho taste. THE back of the store. THE coal oil. THERE ARE no hooks on you. THERE'S NO law against YOUR STEPPING up. PAJAMAS "NOBBY" ON STREET Russ Officer's Garb Leads to Distribution of Garments to Refugees. Constantinople, Turkey. American Red Cross and army pajamas are being converted Into jaunty street clothes here by ingenious Russian refugee soldiers and civilians. Hugh S. Bird, treasurer of the Red Cross, when here on a visit of inspecn tion, saw a monocled Russian officer flourishing a cane and spick-and-spa- Havana. "El Pote" Is dead and a Cuba rejoices. Khe peasant who became a millionaire many times over and used his wealth to wield a cruel power died as he had lived, haunted and hated, a victim of his own power. In 40 years he established a career lurid with tragedy, dark with sordid scheming, tremendous with both success and failure. A year ago reputed the richest man in Cuba, he came to a miserable end at his own hands, and almost his last words were that the wealth which cost him 40 years of unremitting toll to accumulate did not yield him one hour of happiness. Jose Lopez Rodrigues wasknown to virtually every one In Cuba. He was a strange, sinister figure, and even in AMONG AND THE prunes. WHEN THE sheriff. WHO HAD , VITH THE other live ones. . just jumped his king. AND SAYING right out, IN A loud, clear voice. SAID "SI there's a customer. WAITIN' OUT front." AND SI said "Sh-h-h- "GIMME A pack of. THOSE CIGARETTES. ! ! IF YOU'LL keep quiet. MEBBE HE'LL go NOW HERE'S WHEN A THAT SATISFY." t away."' tho big Idea. scoii thins. YOU'LL full-bodied say you never tasted such mild but tobacco goodness. fanning himself with a straw hat at the local Red Cross offices. He noticed that the man had taken a suit of pajamas, sewed shoulder strap braid oil them, strapped his officer's belt about them and rolled up the bottoms to give a Irouser effect. Mr. Bird, thought so well of the Ingenuity of the man, who had defeated the hot weather, that he gave orders for several thousand more pajamas to the First National bank vfor about 12 be distributed, so no Russian need consecutive years. During this thne wear his heavy, shabby winter clothes. diligent attention to the duI gave the position. TESTING DEPTH BOMB. ties of Began With $100. "About 11 years ago, one day after the vaults were closed, to accommodate a customer I took a deposit of about $100. That night I used this money to pay a debt, hoping to replace it immediately. It was never replaced, and the shortage grew, until death he furnishes a remarkable example of what can be accomplished by the constant, ruthless application of power to a single task. Ferve el Pote (the pot bolls) was his watchword, his motto, the rule of his sordid lifeand it was from this that he came to be called "El Pote," the name with which millions became familiar. For years he thrived, at the expense of others. Then the fortunes of war turned against him, and, fearing the loss of all his gains, he committed suicide by hanging himself with a twisted sheet. Filthy of Body. Not more than five feet In height, "El Pote" had the powerful, thickset fraine typical of the Gallego peasant, He wore the oldest clothes he could find and was foul of mind and speech HAPPENS ALONG. . DON'T LEAVE It to George. TO GRAB the gravy. F'RINSTANCE IF. You're right, too, because they don't make other cigarettes like Chesterfields. The Chesterfield blend can't be copied. AIR-TIGH- Have you seen the new T tin of SO? 707 41 EPHggi CIG ARE TTBS Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. January 12, 1921, it amounted to $66,-501.3- 7. i 1 1! MP's " f B - "My method of concealment was throughout the entire period of shortage to hold for a day r two, then remit, being in the manner always short in my remittances. "I married about eight years ago, and at the time f my marriage my shortage was comparatively small. M family consists of my wifie, aged thirty-one years, and three children, Alex V. Jr., aged seven ; Jim Mangrum, aged six, and Jay Slraw, aged two years, nine months. "The moneys which I embezzled from the bank were absorbed in inj personal expense and extravagances. I have not dissipated money in gambling or speculation. I have, of course, entertained the vague hope that I could make restitution of these peculations, but have been crushed with the realization that this was Impossible. Strain Has Been Terrible. "The strain of my situation has, of course, been terrible, and I have suffered immense 'mental torture for years. "I have been unable to obtain sufficient sleep or rest except through the use of Intoxicants, and have been compelled to resort to the same means as a stimulant to enable me to discharge the regular duties of my office. "It is my intention and desire that In the event there should be an indictment returned against me on account, of my wrongdoing to immediately enter a plea of guilty to the same and throw myself without reservation upon the mercy of the court. "It is my desire to receive such penalty as may be inflicted on me as speedily as possible, it being my deep desire, after I have met my punishment, to rise again and be a man. It will be my earnest effort to make good, in the fullest measure possible, the loss which has been occasioned as the result of my wrongdoing." After the shortage was discovered Smith says regarding his conversation with bank officials: "I gave them the exact figures, to wit, $6G,001.37, together with all data and, documents pertaining thereto, thereby enabling the officials of the bank to make a speedy adjustment of their records. I gave the exact amount of my shortage as stated above, sq that the bank would not be put to the necessity of a long, laborious and expensive audit of my accounts. Chained Hound Fed by Airedale. nnd filthy of body. Jose Lopez Rodriguez was born In Spain and' emigrated to Cuba In his fifteenth year, fleeing from the hard conditions of the Gallego peasant life. In Havana for a while he worked with pick and shovel, but as soon as he could he abandoned such hard manual labor to work for an nld second-hanhook dealer, peddling the books from house to house. One morning his nged employer was found dead in his bed and young Lopez Rodrigues, who slept on the premises, was arrested on suspicion of murder, but after ponding some time in prison he was released for lack of sufficient evidence to d in-lic- EAGLE"MIKAD0"- - For Sale at your Dealer ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND im B PencONo.174 Kf Made in five grades ZVhtiZZ iri-PJ mrJ Wonders for Me it EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCiL COMPANY, NEW YORK S Suffer? z W FLKl Declares This Lady. "I Ctlfforarl fni- - 1 lnnrt time withwomaniy weakness," says Mrs. J. R bimpson, or 57 bprucc St., Asheville, N. C. "I finally got to the place T where it was an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n pains in es- my side and back peciauy severe across my oH back, and downin my side there was a great deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily tip-s- t. Oui tack .anlue t.ii ol the Pacific fleet have found a new method of experimenting with depth bombs. In a forest near Tacoma, a contrivance, pictured her$; has been constructed. It Is built after the fashion of a pile driver. A test bo'ifb Is placed directly beneath the weight at the top of the grooved slnl and the weight is permitted to drop naturally. It has been found that the velocity attained by dropping from different heights gives to the weight a pressure equal to that of the water at corresponding depths. The result is that data Is secured so that at sea explosions can be timed accurately, Jhus preventing premature explosions which might injure the ship carrying the bombs and fall to destroy x enemy craft. BOY Heard BURNS UP M0T0RB0AT -- Mother Objecting to Father Taking Ride in Craft, So He Destroyed It. Philadelphia. The mystery of the burning of the powerboat Susan G. at Camden has been cleared up by the confession of Ernest Gries, Jr., seven,, teen years old. The youth told the police he burned the? boat to please his mother. He told of lying oft the lounge in the sitting room of his home while his mother and father were arguing over a trip the father wanted to take on the craft with a boat club over the holiday. Mrs. Gries did not want her husband to go. The boy said he told his mother he would burn the boat, and so, early In the morning he went aboard in his canoe, soaked everything with gasoline from the tank, set it on fire and was blown overboard. He swam ashore, 'he said, and went to bed. The widow of the murdered book-ellcontinued the business and Lopez Rodriguez, after his release from prison returned to his old employment. One morning the widow was found hanging in her room, but, no evidence, being found to confirm a suspicion that there had been foul play, a verdict of suicide was returned. By the time the young employeehad saved up some money and he bought the business. Piles Dollar on Dollar. Living upon almost nothing and working tirelessly, he steadily in creased his trade and piled one dollar on another until with the passage of the years his fortune grew to respectable dimensions. When, after the wealth of Cubans had been drained by three years of revolution and embargo, the American fleet blockaded Havana in 1898, "El Pote" for by that time he had come universally to be known by his sobriquet was able to acquire for cash large properties for a tithe of their value, the Cuban republic was set up he was a rich man among men who had been ruined. The latter were compelled to go to him for cash which he alone was able to' lend. And soit came to pass that many of those to whom the government of the young republic was entrusted were his debtors which he never allowed them to forget ne secured a monopoly on all Cuban printing, for which scandal scores went to jail. Then he got control of one of the biggest banks and wrecked that "borrowing" no less than without security of any kind. He loaned millions, but always demanded from IK) to 100 per cent iner -- EVERYTHING IN 12 s OOFING DEHLEP BROS. CO. Incorporated Asphalt, Gravfel, Rubber, Galvanized fl and Painted. n Also Ellwood and American Fence. Stel Fence Posts I a a fc2 Pi & mji 3 h et. TAKE and-wh- en IB Caat rtathel Streei Between First and Brook r Louisville, Ky. Relief in Sight. ailBaODBBDDia S Accept a settlement of the Irish gg question is made that will be If "S B The Woman's Tonic No Substitutes lor Point Pleasant, Y. Vh. "Pat," an Airedale puppy, owned by E. E. Thomas of this town, for some time has been bringing choice bones to "Jack," a hound, which Bert Shiflet, its master, kepps chained to its kennel, it was learned. Extra bones and choice bits of meat have been noticed near the kennel. Mrs. Shiflet watched and saw "Pat" approach with a large soup bone. He placed :t in front of his friend, wagged his tall while it was devoured, and then romiwed away. Vet Regai ns Voicer Concordia, Kan.-ve- st Work In the liarfields worked .a miraculous cure for Henry Fallows of Pittsburgh, who Jiad been unable to talk since he was shell shocked. He was prostrated hy When " be recovered con- the ,hent. scIousiK'ss he said: ?Well, I an talk -- FLIES 300 MILES AN HOUR Engi- Monoplane Invented by Italian neer Said to Need Landing Space.. .j-it- tle -- -- Rome, Italy. An airplane capable of landing without the need of a large aviation field, able to travel more than 300 miles an hour and, if necessary, to meander along at only a few miles an hour is announced as the invention of an Italiai engineer, Epaminonda of Rome. ', The inventor reports that he has already tried out the machine on a small scale and regards his first ex" periments as indicative of the success of the invention. The new machine Is primarily intended for aerial war chasing and Is to be arraecKwlth a maBer-rucci nov.". , chine gun. It Is a monoplane. reasonably satisfactory to both sides it will be one great relief not only to them, but to the people of the United States as well. terest. Our country today is practical- It is believed that after the payment of all debts the estate of Jose ly didided into two camps on the Lopez Rodriguez will be worth some- subject a minority of ardent where around $10,000,000, proving that it was not the fear of penury that champions of the Irish cause, drove him to end his life in the a majority who believe in fashion by which his employer 40 and years ago had died and which had letting countries, on the other marked the beginning of his own prosside of the water manage their perity. own affairs without interference Doctors Operated. St. Louis. Carl Williams, a negro, from us. beld by the police on a minor charge, It is a source of uneasiness to the other day complained of stomach professional politicians pains. An examination revealed he many had swallowed a key and a nail. who want to keep in the good "Mighty funny; things like that donltj .usually bother me," .he, remarked. graces of their Irish constituents, He was operated on for their removal. yet y6ar to alienate thesupport Seeks "Rocket to Moon" Fund. of those in the other camp. It Worcester, Mass. To send' a rocket keeps thejn wiggling and squirmto the moon, as Prof. Robert H. ofi Clark college plans to do, will ing in an attempt to say somecost money, and the funds for com - j thing and y,et at the same time pletion of his experiments may be .. say nothing. talned by public subscription. $11,-000,0- 00 3 ACK-DRAU6HT g 1 Tftedford's 1 Purely Vegetable 3 ' E "I beard o! Cardul and decided to use it," continues Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And siqce then I have been glad to praise CarduL It is the best woman's tonic made!?' Weak women need a tonic Thousands and 3 53 thousands, like Mrs. Simpson, have found Liver Medicine 1 f.9 Mm Cardui of benefit toihern. Try Cardui for your trouble. Ail We have had one great division of principle in this country. We do not want another. W "". jrso ' The Irish, question cannot be amfcably adjusted any too soon to suit our Uncle Samuel. . Henry Ford may buy the Monday, July 19th, 1913 the railroad to effect an entemperature, registered 103 by the government thermometer in trance into Toledo, and' in order Louisville'. to reach St. Louis. , m . Wg-ba- sh God-dar- d o- ? T ADAIR COUNTY NEWS l . k $" 1 , i VmiMMHll 'Jam BIG STOCK now OF CLOTH NG 9 9 9 iHfiii Hapsburg Liebeiv I am- - ready to ,supply young men, old men aad boys I Tiav& an immense stock and receiving new - with clothing. supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. It'-yo- u need .any 'thing in this line, cal) at once. h SHOES! yiy SHOES!! I 9 bought them stock.offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. 9 right, and they are being sold at the.shortest profit. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. UQCIES AND WAGON 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds at living prices. Rid- - at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. jlt matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price pull of a strange fascination took Bill to the d but mountain-mindeJoining the Morelands, he Tennessee hills. took up their friendships and enmities. , Love healed one feud,' but there was coal under David Moreland's mountain, and a new feud was born. THE . city-bre- w d, A tale of rare charm in which-th- strength of a woman's superior to the ties of blood and tradition. Selected as a serial for the delight of readers of this publication. Do not miss it! e beauty and love is shown rising t i WOODSON LEWIS GR.EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. ready to be weighed up, for when heisspoken to and'asks which he paid the market price. only enough questions to insure David Kinnaird, of Nell, was Mr. L. B. Cain was also present the accurate carrying out of in- Qradyville r midst last Friday, and re and received a number of calves .structions. in A man who moves quickly and We have had fine rains during ported good rains in his commu-- " and cattle. Both of the above nity last week, and everything men are worth a great deal to makes as little noise as possible V! 5 the past week. Our growing crops of corn and in the way of vegetation were this community, for they are about it. tobacco are looking fine since the looking fine. both always ready to buy all A man who looks you straight Quite a lot of sickness inthis kinds of stock at the market in the eye and tells the truth rain. every time. W. B. Hill spent Isst Saturday and adjoining communities at price. tytbis time. Several cases of and Sunday at Bakerton. Rev. Lee Pendleton, of GreensA man who does not pity himphoid fever and flux. conducting a revival self for having to work. burg, is James Buchanan, the popular Judge Smith and Hon. Hebron service at the Baptist church in groceryman of Campbellsville, A man who is cheerful, courron Lawrence, of Tompkinsville, our city at this time. The meet- teous to everyone and determin was here the first of the week. company with Judge J. Han- ing is daily growing in interest. ed tp "make good " Uncle Robert 0 Keltner, who in Columbia, spent last Up to this time there has been a has been on the sick list for sev cock, of A man who, when he does not Monday in our town, looking af-- number of profession. All deweeks, does not improve eral know, says, V,I don't know, "and ter their interest in the primary. nominations are very much infast when he is asked to do anything Mr. Lawrence called in his ap- - terested. The indications are says, "I'll try." Mr. Curt Bell, v.he efficient pointment here on account of that this will be one of the greatmerchant of Red Lick, passed religious A man who does not make the services in our town. est revivals that has been in through here last Friday en route same mistake twice, who is not The work von the Tiew pike this community for years. for Columbia. y a a pig or a cad from this place to Columbia is ManWanted. Judge James Kinnaird. of Edbut who does the very best he being pushed. Our people have ca'led in to see us for a monton, knows h'w with every task enthe spirit of good roads' on again work trusted to him. on his return from few minutes Wanted A man for hard and we take it, before the cold days. ago. fe a Columbia, rapidpromotion; a man who season is put on our pike to Co and Lnis man is wanted everyJudge Kinnaird reports business can find things to be done with- where. Age or lack of experilumbia will be completed. Nothvery good in his town. help of a manager and ing speaks better for a commu-- . out the ence do not count. There isn't three assistants. Mr. E. E. Nell and children, nity than good roads. any limit, except his own ambiafter spending several days at J. F. Pendleton, of Greensburg, A man who gets to work on tion, to the number ' or the size 'morning and does Edmonton vjsiting relatives and sent of the- - jobs he can get: He is overlord that he would be time in the friends, returned hjme the first in our mjdst last Monday, to buy not imperii the lives of others in wanted in 'every big business firaj: out' of the of the week. from Rfcaine to CaV'ornia--be- rt Her all kinds of stock that were on an attempt to be nignt. Mr. Ra Flowers, of Columbia the market. Hoover. About the 10 office at whose health is not as' good as o'clock hour, he in company A man who .is neat in appearusing the, water he desires, is with Mr. Bridgewaters arrived, ance and does not sulk for an Two parsons wVre killed in G. E. Nell's "sulphur ' well. from and found a lot of our farmers. hour's overtime in emergencies. Louisville Sunday in automobile Mr. Flowers thinks the, water is A man who listens carefully accidents and four more injured. ',with Atheir calves and lambs doing him good. r r-u"' -- fllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIII i5K5K$K!5K5K$K$K5K$K5K$K5K J Colun bia' Barber Shop MORAN A &: LOWE Santtary Shop, wherb bofti Satisfaction'.and Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 35 i)K HENRY W. DEPP, s JDErN'TIST Am permanently 'located in g 9 Usee: 4(J Years g j Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work bone. Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed CARDU 9 ft flie Woman's Tonic SoW Everywhere goody-good- m ' Office: next door to post office. $i&dmttmmmikm Now that the Repubiic'an gress has passed a peace resolution which doesn't mean anyCon- -- thing," President Harding and Veterinary Surgeon and Deniisi s of a Attorney General Daugherty are Special attention given Disease undicidedl whether or not it is Domestic; Animals prcclama-tid- Office a'. necessary to issue. a Rs.iecct. 1. mile of town, on ask'Woodrow They might .vcestown roadV Wilson Cynthiana Democrat. n; L, H. Jones The News 81.50 In Kentucky. Columbia, Ky v. fk iO THE ADAIR COUNTYSNEWS nr 3&ir Goafvty New Published On Tuesdays flt Golam6ia Kbiv tacky. E.MURRELUZ SIRS. DAISYIHAMUETT. Editor IMcr Fords orl TRACTOR Tin- A4rwi - eQCQeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeec 4 Garden Spot of Casey County 1 A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the Interest of the city of ColumbiaS&nd the People of Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered xV I w lifli&'jtfl nfVMKf BsfSS at the Columba' Post-offi- as second mail matter. I il in a Day Do It J. W. Riggins' Twe Choice Farms, Live Stock, Implements, Etc At Absolute Auction On The Premises, At 10 TUESD. AUG. 2. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: n Kentucky utside of Kentucky 1921. Better If fl.50 $2.00 . 4 4 4 All Subscriptions are due and Payable in v j i V xnXj; Tariff on shoes was beaten in the House by the Western Republican Congressmen voting with the Democrats. Soldier boys, you put up your lives to save this country from Germay, but your uncle. Warren G. Harding kilied your bonus bill. Gov. Small, of Illinois, has F i I jjl y - '&" H H L- - I II TRACTOR can do more work easier and with less expense than two men can do with horses. This means that y011 with a FORDSON TRACTOR can actually raise more crops, with' less work and less expense. And this means that yonr profits will be greater with fewer Besides the FORDSON will take cro of every power job on the farm. It is light, alert, flexible la control and operation, yet it has Yon should see the FORDSON at work to appreciate its wonder- - OnemanwithaFORDSON a. m. Sharp. IMJBr BbwHllifr IIGflNllinMll EBjByp. SPRfiMb flHKYralr Wed nesday, Augio These valuable farms are .'ccaled en the Hustcnville and Middllebuig turnpike right at' the edge of that thriving town of Middleburg.'noted for its high class citizenship, educational facilities, f good business'point,retc. ISJrSa tPI YWjlh $Btllj$IPsi A ffljNjMI.'Vf 11 fl II ill iWrmC M No. 1 "HEARTS DESIRE" Fine tobacco and hemp feet deep, soil. IvK Ccntains49i acres gccd.'shcng limestone land. EverlasL III y if gZ I g ingjsprings, cistern at door, one off the best wells in the county, 75 Seven'acres infdover, 8 in corn and 34 in blue grass sod. branch, etc spa- IMPROVEMENTS Handscme lwo-slci- y residence of seven large airy rocms, two been indicted for embazzling the State's funds. He at first refused to submit to arrest, but he concluded that he could not fight the courts, and has surrender for trial. All members of the Irish Parliament, who are now in Jail, are to be released. This action is taken in order to give the Irish officials an opportunity to discuss Extra large Steele bam, 50x80, garage and all other necessary outbuildings. Beautiful shade. An ideal place to live. This faim will be subdivided into two tracts. About 32 acres with all improvements, and an This farm is a jewel. tract. Fertile, rich in high state of cultivation. A producer and money maker. 18-ac- re cious halls; three porches, cellar, etc. 4 No. 2 Contains "THE PRIDE OF CASEY COUNTY." All lays exceedingly well. Ten acres in fine timothy meadows, 16 acres in blue grass sod and 46 acres' in corn. This one is a "PEACH." You don't find many like this one. Two good orchards just beginning to bear. Concrete trough 10x4x3 feet deep at everlasting spring, water in barn with force pump, splendid well, springs and river. Elegant two story, seven-rcoresidence, two large halls, three concreterporches, concrete cellar 12x12x8 feet deep, with smoke house over it, barn5 0x60, wagon m 72J acres. IMPROVEMENTS the settlement of the Irish tion with England. ques- shed, new crib, tool house, scales, garage and a world of other outbuildings. this farm in bottoms as rich as cream and as fertile as the Valley of the Nile. Twenty-fiv- e acres of You may find a3 Warren C. Spurgin is on the wing and officers are scouring the country. He has just lobbed a Trust Company of Chicago out of $700,000. It is believed now that he is headed for Mexico. His wife and daughter went to Detroit, but they can not be Charles H. Searcy has been selected by the Republican State Committee, to succeed the late A. T. Hert as Kentucky's National Committeeman. Robt. W. Hunter was named as State Chairman, Mrs. John W. Lang-leof Pikeville, was elected Vic Chairman of the State Central Committee. y, good land a? this in other counties in Kentucky, but we don't care where you go you will not find any BETTER dirt than this. Saying a "Heap" but as true as Holy Writ. Choice nifty stuff, ract will be subdivided into Baby Farms from three acres on up. Pretty shade, beautiful lawn nice approach, just the right distance from town and no belter neighbohriood anywhere. like HOME, feels like HOME, and is HOME. It looks The Buchanan Lyon Columbia, - Kentucky. INCORPORATED PERSONALTY C extra good milk cows; shoats, 1 1 50 lbs; one two-hor- se old mare, work anywhere; pair good mare mules; four yearling heifers; 7 extra good stock ewes; 4 brood sows; 22 small wagon; mowing machine; runabout, and harness; riding cultivator; 10-year One walking cultivator, and all kinds of farm tools, set blacksmith tcbls; Ford touring car, good running order; corn sheller; about 8,000 good split white oak tobacco sticks; lot of hay and corn; one hog kettle; wagon harness and plow gear; grind stone; antique furniture scalding box; one 65-gailon MAKE MORE MONEY Buy a Pure Bred Buck AT THE SECOND cherry and walnut; two excellent range stcves; household and kitchen furniture, etc. 4 4 4 FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE Bou. b 3n Stock Yards August Louisville, Ky. 11 200 Pure Bred Ducks and Ewes. ' 2000 High Grade Ewes. th ESSES FARMERS plated visit to Louisville, to make speeches for the fall election, says: "'It is said upon apparently good authority that Gov. E. P. Morrow' will make a number of speeches in Louisville this fall for the Searcy ticket. Fine1. Let the Governor come by all means, and let him bring Maurice Galvin with him. We can be certain that both would be given careful attention if they could be prevailed upon to discuss the Frank Blair pardon. And let Governor Morrow be sure of one thing. If he comes to Louisville, this year or any other year, to make a political speech, he will be expected to tell us something about Blair and his pardon. The people of Louis ville have not forgotten that inci dent, and are not likely to forget it. And, perhaps, the Franklin county grand jury, when it next convenes, will be able to adduce sdme information that may add to the interest in that little 4 4 SOUTH. He cannot hold both places and has decided to let these go. They have GOT TO SELL. He knows he will lose money and he is game enough to take his loss let it be what it may. OUR CONTRACT CALLS FOR AN ABSOLUTE SALE WITHOUT RESERVE, BY-BIOR LIMIT. THE LAST BID GETS A DEED TO THIS PLACE. THE DEED WILL BE READY ON SALE DAY. His loss will be your gain. The wise man always takes advantage of an OPPORTUNITY. IT IS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR RIGHT NOW ACT. This property will always be valuable for it is GOOD STUFF and is located RIGHT. Mr. Riggins is going to his farm in the t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ) D Irwin C. Lynch, who stole farms $15,000 from the Standard Oil ABSOLUTELY FREE To the person guessing closest to the amount each of these will bring we will give $10.00 in gold and to person guessing next closest $5.00 in gold, I important Message. Tompkinsville, Ky., Aug. 1, 1921 J. E. Murrell: , The Attorney General of Kentucky has ordered the Sheriff of Christian county to collect the poll tax for school purposes off women voters. J. C. Carter. Please publish. This applies to the whole State. We have just looked over a copy of the Ashland Daily Inde- Company and given two years in the penitentiary, at Frankfort, has been paroled after serving one year. Another firm has offered him a good position. That is one way to treat 30 days, of Tract No. 2 AT ONCE. Terms exceedinely easy and made known on day of sale. DINNER ON THE ROUND. Possession of Tract No. 1 in For full particulars, blue prints, etc., see, write or phone either the owner, J. W. Riggins, Middleburg, Kentucky, or HUGHES & McCARTY STANFORD, KENTUCKY, The noted silver-tongu- 4 41 Judge Quin, who is a member of the Court of Appearand who was recently nominated by the Republicans v for the office of Mayor of the city of Louisville, refuses to resign his present until after the November election. His friends over the State are condemning his action. If he wants the office of Mayor, po-siti- be a Casey county man and is auctioneer, Col. J. B. Dmwiddie, will ay this sale. He used to always at his best amongst her people. Come out and hear him. 4 4 he should resign his present post. The 'bootleggers and moonshiners over the State continue to defy the officers. Two or more men are killed daily, and the making and selling of liquor goes right along. The fact is, the moonshiners have the backing of to many men who call themselves good citizens. When it 'Comes to selling bottle in bond whisky, who is in the sale of it?. mostly-intereste- pendent, a paper that was established in 1895, and is now edited by Mr. Paul J. Hughes, who is a Bon-oMr. E. H. Hughes, of the First National Bank, this place. The paper is independent in politics, and from its appearance it is doing a splendid business, as its columns are filled with live advertising matter. The present editor is a splendid young man, well educated, and has heretofore engaged m the newspaper business. In his new venture he affair." has the best wishes f of-this 4"4"fr04444"O4"&'4 4"&444"to4"Q4444 Res. Phoxe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- ESTABLISHED 1803 Incerporated 1006 Dr. J. N Murrell The A. J. Thomtson. Peoples Bank of Metcalfe County Prks. Edmonton, Kentucky. J. R. Wilson. Vjce-Pres. DENTIST- TVe CAPITAL. SURPLUS A.xd PROFITS f32.000.0O DEPOSITS OVER $230,000.00 c. J. P. Carver. Cashiiji Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. UP STAIRS. pay 4 per cent, per annum on time deposits and issue certificates of depo6it for same, due 6 and months after date- - Where interest is added at end of maturity period, customer receives compound interest on his money. Funds deposited on time can be withdrawn AT ANY TIME before maturity of certificate, upon surrendet&f certificate and forfeiture of Interest ONLY on amount drawn out. 12 I. For qver 20 years, we have numbered among our best customers, some of the good citizens of Adair county. Ve shall be pleased to receive deposits by mall or otherwise. COLUMBIA, KY The Lonisville Post in of Gov. Morrow's contem men are also happy. parts of the State the, first of last week. The .farmers are smiling and the business Good rain's fell in many -- I GIVE US THAT NEXT .'JOB Advertise In The News .THE1ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 . Oil Prospectors Guide. By V. A. SMITH. Geologist, The Oricin of Oil. Where it Orisrioated, How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to Find It. locator of and Allen and Warren County, Kentucky Oil Fields. He&ldton. Oklahoma PRICE $L0O GEOLOGICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION Boom 403. Louisville National Bank Blder. P. O. Box E67, iJouisvllle, Kentucky. free triaiof the NEW EDISON Act now ! Your chance at Mr. Edison's $10,000 Cash prizes ends'September 2nd. Simply fill ont and send this ad. We will deliver a New Edison and No obligation or cost to yon. l oavs JhmO t: PERSONAL Talmage Smith and three children arrived last week and will spend some time 'at the home of Mrs. .Smith's father, Mr. W. T. McFarland. Talmage a three and one half year old son is a very remarkable boy intellect tally, astounding- grown persons who converse with him. Mrs. W. Jeffries and daughter, Miss Mamie, of Vaughn, New Mexica, who visited here several weeks, left for home last Tuesoay morning, but will make a stop or two en route. Their visit to this place was exceedingly pleasant. Mrs. TE tmiLVEft&AiL C2&R ' $415.00 f. 0. b. Detroit. $10,000 in cash prizes ihisi ad Having a New Edison In your home makes you "feel" the great difference between the New Edison and other phonographs and will give you ideas for phrases which may win one of Mr. Edison's 23 cash prizes. Folder of information free. Nam. Addrut. i. HERBERT TAYLOR Columbia, Kentucky. & We represent the most thorough and tory in the world, turning out the best all-rou- nd up-to-da- te motor car fae car on the market to---d- ay the most adaptable to every need of every class of people. Mr. Mansford Carcwright and wife, of Ft Wayne, Ind., arrived here last week for a few day's visit, he being a nephew of Dr. W. F. Cartwright From here they went to South Caro lina, to visit other relatives. Mr. L 6. Benard and wile, and Mr. Arlus Benard, were here from James Mr. Arlus Betown last Tuesday. nard resides in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. W. H. Eubank arrived from Louisville some days ago and will be here several weeks Mr. John A. Caldwell and wife, who live in Covington, visited Miss Mollie Caldwell and other relatives last week. Mrs. Frances Montgomery and Miss Louise Rowe have returned to Bowling Green. Miss Jeannette Pryor of Wheeling, W. Va., is at the home of Mr. Robt. Conover. Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Pelley, who have been visiting their daughreis in Barbourville and Berea f or the pastthree months, returned home last Thursday. Mr W. M. Diddle and wife, of Adairville, Logan county, who visited Diddle's parents, Mr. W. S. Mrs Knight and wife, Jamestown, stopped over night Thursday, at the home of Mr. E. H. Hughes, en route home. - Miss Frances Strange, who attended the Louisville Conservatory of Music for six weeks, returned home Saturday night. Her. father, Mr. J. C. Strange, and brother, Sanford.went to the city and accompanied her home. Miss Strange is perfectly delignted with the instructions she received at the Conservatory. Mrs. her bed To the Republican Voters of Adair The Ford Service organization, of which we are a branch, the most extensive as well as the most intensive organization of in existence, consisting of over 18,000 Service is-'- - its-kin- d lounty Both Men and Women. John Morrison 1b confined to with malarial fever. Mr. Leslie Gowdy, assistant cashier of the Taylor County National Bank, Campbellsville, was here Sunday. Mrs. Zora Winfrey was not so well several days of last week. Mr. J. W. Buchanan and R. J. Lyon were here Monday. Mr. D. T. Curd, traveling salesman, was here a few days of last week. Mrs. Lana Staples and her son, George Jr., are visiting in Frankfort. Miss Mollie Caldwell accompanied Mr. John A. Caldwell and wife on a visit to Milltown and Greensburg. Miss Mary Taylor, of Greensburg, is Mrs. Hervisiting her sister-in-law, I am, a Candidate for the nomination of phe Republican party for the office of Sheriff of Adair county, I held this office several years ago, and ; confidently rely upon the record I 'I made, as a proof of what ill then all customer. do in the event of my election again. I will in good faith perform all the duties of the officei and will execute t every duty which belongs to it to the the best of my ability. I think that I know its duties. I snail greatl appreciate your support and assist-ancin the primary election, where you have the sameright to make your INCORPORA TED assistance and influence felt in pro COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. curing good government as any one 1 promise else has, and if successful to so perform the duties of the office that you will not regret the help you gave me, Respectfully, o w. B. Patteson. Concerning Woodrow Wilson and 4C-2- Stations in 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 the-Unit- ed . The Buchanan Lyon Co Gass Given Democracy: I am now prepared to give A: short time ago a small group of bert Taylor. Mrs. D. E Phelps and son, Melvin, gass for the painless extraction Democrats in Washington decided to Prof. A P. Pratherand wife, who have been spending their vacation in the upper counties, returned to Columbia last Thursday night. uments affecting that administration, which should be made permanent and easily accessible to those who read and The Teachers Association for Div. 3, will be held at Conover's school think. Air .and Mrs. Jo Russell, two sons A Book setting forth the Incompar house Aug. 5, and the following pro and a daughter, Louisville, visited able Record of Eight Years of Demo gram will be rendered: relatives in Columbia from Thursday cratic Rule during the most important 1. Devotional exercise. until Sunday. 2. Welcome Address Albert period of the World's History; Mr. W. H. Goll, of Monticello, was Mrs. A. W. Glasgow and children of It contains the Comprehensive ReBryant. here last Thursday. Catlettsburg, are visiting at the home view published in the New York 3. Response Thetis Williams. Mr. C. C. Stephens, who met with of Mrs. Glasgow's parents, Mr. and 4. The Teachers' Association F. "Times"; ' an accident isome weeks ago, was able Mrs. R. W. Shirley. The Brilliant New York "World" E Webb. to be over in town last Thursday. He Mrs. Nannie Johnson, who visited 5. The District Teacher Mrs. Nell Editorial; thinks he will soon be himself again. her sons, in Indiana, has returned The Appreciation bj Gen. Christian Petty. Lyon. Campbellsville,was home. Miss Ruth 6. The Patrons of the District Smuts; visiting in Columbia and in the viciniThe Covenant of the League of NaRev. M. L. Mell, of Bradstown and Schools J. B. Morgan. ty of town last week. also Mrs. Mell were here the first of 7. How to Improve the rural tions: And other writings which you will Mrs Malinda Montgomery, Cane the week. Schools in Mathematics Bertha want to preserve; Valley, spent last week with Mrs. T. Mr. Geo. Diddle, of Adairville, has Young. And its Reading Gives You an AnA. Firkin. 8. The Present School Law Supt. been here for several days. swer to every question Affecting the Mr. John Q. Alexadder, Louisville, Noah Loy. Creels-borMr. Bob. Higgenbottom, 9. The called upon the Columbia merchants Attendance Law E. G. Wilson Administration Raised Against was here Monday. ' the Democratic Party andjlts Leaders. Hardwick. last week. Bound in Cloth, Stamped in Gold, 10. Demonstation of Physical EduMr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsville, Handsomely Illustrated. Order Earcation Azro Hadley. was here taking orders, last Thursday. Additional Locals ly. This Coupon must accompany 11. The Proper Method of Raising Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery, wife Necessary Fund for District Expenses your order. It entitles you to as Obituary. of Mr. J. F. Montgomery, is improvima'ny volumes as you desire at $1.00 Allye Garnett. ng1, but the progress is very slowly. 12. Parent Teacher Association-Lu- cy each. (Postpaid.) Z. T. Wade, of color, who lived near Ky , COUPON Mr. Wra. Welch, of Hazard, Montgomery, Cora Kelsey. To The week, visiting at the home Montpelier, died at his home, Tuesday 13. Reading by Lucy Kelsay. spent last July 19. He was about 46 years old. 14. Monthly Examinations Mrs. of Dr. S.P. Miller. for Herewith find 3- He joined the church about ten years Stella Grider. Lettie Dunbar. copies Mr. W. E. Sarvent, wife, and little which please send me ago, and lived a consistnent christian 15. Reading in Advanced Grados, daughter. Lois, who have been here of "Woodrow Wilson's Administragained many friends around How Taught Mary Montgomery Mai-cu- s or eight week, Mr.. life. He tion & Achievements." for the past six and colored, who Johnson. being interested in the oil him, both white Sarvent gave him all the attention and assistF. E. Webb, Chairman. business, left for New York via. Chiance, during his illness that were Azro Hadley, Secretary. cago, last Friday morning. Those who possibly needed. The deceased was became acquainted with them speak For Sale. sexton of the Pleasant Grove Baptist The Columbia Fair has been incorpo In very complimentary terms of their church and was always found on duty rated. H. A. Walker Pres. S. M. stay in Columbia. and willing to do whatever his hands Yice Pres. J. B.Coffey, Sec'y. If you want to buy a good home in Miss Sarah Barger and Miss Cath- found to do. He was also a great J. L. Walker. Treasurer. Coiumbia see erine Dunbar graced the News office singer, belonging to the Pleasant Albin Murray. last Friday morning. Grove choir. His melodious voice See the big show at Paramount In the Republican race for circuit Mr. J. Q. Mitchell and wife, who will be missed by the hearers whom Theater Thursday night August 4th; Coffey before her mar-r- he had comforted and cheered. He Judge our mind has not undergone was Miss Maud Monday was county court. A fairly any change as to the result in the disAnd two children, visited at leaves a wire, sister, aunt, three ungood crowd was in town, the candi trict. Webelieve that Judge Carter Mrs. Sallie McLean's todays of last cles and a host of friends to mourn C C: Willis. . dates being busy throughout "the day. will carry every county in the district. their loss' week. They reside at Stearns, Ky. i House. o, -. Bur-det- tc, 0i '. and daughters, Misses Jewell, Doris and Mrs. J. 0. Myers, Mrs. F. B. Pnelps and son, Leon, attended Band day at Campbellsville last Tuesday. Mr. D, E. Phelps is on the Louisville stock market this week. Misses Margaret Patteson, Kara Caldwell and Mary Frances Stephens visited in Green county and Greensburg last week. The n ost of the time they were absent, they were attractive equestrians. of teeth. H. W. Depp, Dentist. issue a volume which would contain a record statement of the Accomplishments of our party during1 the eight Association years of its successful regime at the at Conover's Schoo National Capital, and some other doc- &st AMBEROL COME Records for August. 42S8 2S9 RECORDS in today and hear these new Amberol Records! if you do not yet own an Amberola Phonograph, wer will eladlyeive you a little private concert of the Edison Amberol SPECIALS I Call Yw ianihliw F.x Trot (Intro. "Der Mo") (Hatty Raderm.n'. Jazz Orcbe.tr. .' 4292 ToddlcToJ(,i. Medley (Intto. "No Wonder I'm Blae") (Harry Raderain". Jazz Orciertray 291 CnE 4290 Blue Jeani (Premier Qaartet) Fox Trot (Max Pelli' Dell Robbla Orchestra) Aiablan Yoel Man Fox Trot (Mix Felli' Delia Hoobii Orchestra) REGULAR 4293 4294 4295 4296 4297 4298 4299 4300 Jail (Alleeo Stanley) My Buddint Rose (Vernon Dalbart) Lieht Caralty OTertore (Ednon Concert Baad) At the CIreoi (Al. H. Weitoa Irene Yoane) Whlitllnr Sird and tb Saxophone (Sibyl Saaderson Fagza) (Ernest Hate) LoTeletiLore Pass Me Not. O Gentle Sarlosr (Metropolitan Quartet) Deenah Fox Trot (Harry Rtderaao'iJazz Orcheitra) a Week From To-Di- y 4301 4302 4303 4304 (At Bernard h Pao Conga Niibti Fox Trot (Green Broi. Novelty Baad Rote For Trot (Max fells' Delia Robbla Orchestra Scene Oa the Old Plantation (Silly Golden Empire Yiadeyille Co.' Urip-Pa- 4305 4306 4307 OhYeetae Ay (That Yodelin Tana (Al Bernard & Fraak M. Kaaplaln, ' i IWaattoBetbeLeaderoltheBana' Misnr'i (Premier Quartet Little Sunny Honey Boy (Crescent Tri M If you own an Edison Home, Standard orTriumph Phonograph, let us tell you how to equip it so that you can play the new Amberol Records. I I HERBERT TYTLOK. COLUMBIA, KY. jfc j Big Reduction One-thir- d Sale. i Slippers and Pumps Reduced from to One-Ha- lf. Big Stock of Shoes 1. at Bargain Prices,.. Cane Valley, Kentucky. M.. SMITH &S The Glensfork baseball team has been very successful this season. It has played twelve games and won eleven, The last winning, was at fcrar- lin, the score standing 12 to 11. Mr. J. M. Aaron is the manager of the Glensfork team. TTTstn fur sroaw I KWETAfonaagga 1 W( GREEN & GREEN, 1138 S. Third SKINS OF YOUR OWN INCORPORATED Fusruxac CATC3 LOUia.VlU.'g 3ZE The News S1.50 in Ky, The Uews $1.50 in Kentucky. v ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .'Announcements , "FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce 'Junius Hancock a candidate lor County 757X.authoriz3d to announce that Attorney of 'Adair County, subject to Lnit'Csrter, of Monroe! county, is a the action of the Republican party, to to the office be expressed at the August primary to iHusiiate for afU'MUifc Court Judge in this the 29th be held August 6th. . ' Xafiafcitl iistrict of Kentucky, subject We are authorized to announce W t&s.c&iq Republican primary, to be held A. Coffey a candidate for S&E.aSLost Saturdayin August, 1921. to the office of County Attorney of Adair county, subject to'tne action of the Republican primary, to be held OOMilONWEALTIl'S ATTORNEYSVSE. the first Saturday in August. -- A-I THE U. S. NOBBY TREAD Where the going is specially Ijeavy with snow, mud or sand, in hilly ..country where maximum traction on the road is a factor,no other tire tread yet devisad iz quits so effective, or so wholly approved by motoring opinion, as the U. S. I.'obby Tread. Its very rimpl'-'tthree rows of diagonal knobs, gripping the read- -is the result of all the years cf U. S. Rubber experience with every .type of road ths world ovix. y - We-ar- e authorized to announce that Huddieston, FOR TAX. COMMISSIONER. 'tat-tt&- of Cumberland 2Sa3sfcy, is a candidate for reelection office of Commonwealth's this the 29th Judicial subject to the action of the Re S?Fikh'cau primvry to be held the first ;Sxsirday in August, 1921. I4L tJL. o We are autiiorized to announce B. Rol-li- n dis-TGcaa- Patton a candidate for Tax Commissioner of Adair county, sub the Republican ject to the action-o-f party, expressed at the August primary FOR MAGISTRATE For Sheriff. M We are authorized to announce that Wis are authorized to announce that Patteson is a candidate for B O. Hurt is a candidate for MagiH3TC S&2i of Adair county, subject to strate in District Xo. 2, composed of tfiksxetion of the Republican party, Eunice, Little Cake, White Oak and Ozark voting precincts, subject to the fcxpcKsed at the August primary. Usa-ar- Ifevety howm ucn mF 'TOP and talk to the next man you see with U. S. Tires on his car. Ask him why. Most likely you'll hear an interesting story about his tire experiments before the answer was found. Money wasted. Promises unkept. Trouble on the road humorous to every one except the man who went through it. Finally U. S. Tires. And U. S. Tires ever since. Perhaps it's the experience of U. S. Tjre buyers that makes them more emphatic in their preference than ever this year. ? Pi '1 for Sheriff county, subjact to the action of , cd tie Republican part-- expressed at !&! August primary. authonzsd to announce that action of ttie Repubiicaan August 6 primary, 5ec. Jjt-dai- Ooffey is a candidate r & " & i . A modern tale of romance, authorized to announce J. SC 3Tolford, of Casey Creek, a candi && lot sheriff of Adair county, th3 action of the Republican Ws are the characters of 'which might fit an earlier century. scwe. o -stag-;-3rin- sub-3S&- o The W-ar-e for Sheriff of Adair county, to the action of the Republi-iaw- i isa.J,ecfc primary, to be held Saturday, -- CLScwcn, of Sparksville precinct, is a authorized to announce that Clan Call By Hapsburg Liebe Located in one of those feud sections of-tSouth, where one meets that oddly blended blood of Puritan and Cavalier; where Godfearing men recognize few laws excepting those of their own making; where they read the Bible, pray for their enemies and then go forth heavily armed prepared to kill on sight; where the sufhe zc.idcte everything ty the vay of bargaips", 'hurrah discounts", "discontinued lines at Lss"' and so forth they know what not to get : hvc tire. With a They want a i Tl-igood reputation. a everything it says it is. With the people behind it who back it up. t "". Ti-m-L i O 4 ! i m WmiMJ d j i li 3 A nr n Stop and tilk to the next man you see witn U. O. lire 3 on us cat." jm li There are $2 U. S. Factory Branches. For County Judge t. "Vfrr2te authorized to announce Geo. ffiterriford a candidate for Judge of ?b .iA.datr County Court, subject to 6b;istioaof the Republican primary its. Qss iialp the first Saturday in Au- vcfare autiiorized to announce that fit&Ser S. Sinclair is a candidate for reec&lon to the office of County Eeriiso cf &dair county, subject to the ;Stiaa of the Republican primary to )5e?jsid.Lhe first Saturday in August Cvssxa authorized to announce 'Hurt a candidate for Judge &dair County Court, subject to xGfoej Republican primary, to be held s E. ferings of mother-lovsister-lov- e e, the women, wife-lov- e and are working a change in code and gradually subduing primitive instincts. One of the most fascinating settings for romance and adventure, it has been too much neglected. Hapsburg Liebe helps to supply the deficiency with this charming story. When these men have tried most Your local U. S. Dealer is drawing upon them continually to his stocks sized Tip, complete :c Iv j service. Whenever he gees ono ci' a hundred tires from a U. S. Factory Branch, they are newly made this season's tires. Sold to you at a net price. Full values. Square-dealinA reputable maker. A reputable dealer. The whole transaction as befits the leadership of the oldest and largest rubber organization in the world. hp UnHsd States Tires are Good Tires U. S. USCO TREAD U.S. CHAIN TREAD U. S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD g. U. S. RED & GREY TUBES United States (m Rubber Company n ite d s Tires OB COUNTV COURT CLERK. MKiars-authorizeto announce Mr. 3$is&frani Moore a candidate for Clerk of Adair County, action of the Republican 79ww, as expressed at the primary, 7& - - ' "day in August. Coun-55Tn- Read it Us a serial in these Sr columns Hogwallow, Ky. "V - for re election A nice shower of rain visited of Adair Coun- to the action of the Re- this vicinity Tuesday, and settled party, as expressed at the the dust on the mail carrier's &. viisan jSrvaary, first Saturday in August. - '' ta candidate ..y Court Clerk iuthorizad to announce Mr x One IN. W,kE. Noe, Columbia, K. Jahnson & HeKvnmp, Co burg, Ky, Voils Garage, Jamestown, Ky. 5K back. " 3btare authorized to announce that The fellow who ran the livery HAIL Irj FIRE In Barn watch chain. He now wears a cap as he runs a garage Washington Hock's home has been brightened by the arrival of a new phonograph, which came yesterday. Wash says one ofig&KSti. beauty about phonograph is that it don't have to practice a lot beFOR JAILER. fore it begins to sing and play. Atlas Peck was in Bounding We are - authorized ' to announce iStaaSc Woiford Miller, of the Eunice Billows with his wife yesterday aaoasinct, a candidate for Jailer of but every time he turned to look jaic county, subject to the action of girl his wife would tell him fee Republican primary, to be held in at a to come on and not let the childilcffusfc. ren get run over. SOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Sidney Hocks is having a hard ' ' W are authorized to announce M. time trying to stay in society. He dressed up from head to foot C3. Q7infrey a candidate for office of Circuit Court Clerk of and was aiming to look nicer K$ofee of i- iiitzic county, subject to the action cjfce Sepublican primary to be held than anybody at the party Saturday night, and then his mule had tfiasret Saturday in August, 1921. to go and th'row him. STe are authorized to announce W. Frisby Hancock Has swapped, "T1 JBticQ a candidate for Olrcult county, subject calf for a watch and chain, rfcsrf,Clerk of Adair the Republlcanlparty, which he will wear to referee the at, the primary the first sermon. vCesed Auguso, Tifis!aristine Nell, of Gradyville, is stable at Tickville for several Hfescslidats for County Court Clerk of years has cutoff his long must$&2J county, sublect to the action of ache and done away with his tSfen.' Sospublican party, expressed at light broad-brimmhat and big tfise.&:g'Jst primary. ed Field. Insurance Portcy Protects every Minute 9 'vCese authorized to announce that Ct&s. W. Rubarts, Eunice precinct, is ijc.ca.adi date for the office of County fiaocti Clerk of Adair county, subject StKj action of the Republican held the first Saturday in pii-oxcaz- Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents . "It is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need It and Not Have It." 7K "in. l SEE is to-b- e W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia' Kentucky; All Ktnds of Insurance IN. The sOniy Sure Way is to se Us Before It Happens. nsrSTXRAJSTCE INT six ?IN IX 1 t While Slim Flinders wa3 ab- - in the audience clapped their sorbed in witnessing a patent hands and stamped their feet medicine show at Rye Straw and Slim did too. branchks COLTJjNLBIA. jstyk ALL .its REED BROS. - Saturday some unknown pickpocket ransacked- - his' pockets, but in their haste they overlooked his watch charm that hung on the 3EsjtZLday in Based on the low, average of 3,000 miles to each tire, the total outside in plain view. mileage delivered by the total " Slim Pickens attended an en output in 22 years Goodyear half he takes in. made up of fine -tertainment Fletcher Henstep saya you, can would equal a distance equivalady singing at Bounding Billows tell the age of a cow by the lent to, 150,030 round trips beThursday night The other five wrinkles on her horn, Jaut that- - tween the ear.th and the moon. - "'The, Blind Man, who piays the hand organ, on the bank cornor at Tickville, is sick this week, and has engaged Silem' Barlow, our enterprising banjo picker, to play in hi3 place. Salem gets you can't tell the age of a wom an by the tucks in her skirt. woman held as a bigamist was tarred and feathered near Dallas, Texas. Citizen troops to the number of 1.500 will be in training at A Catrp Knox. r Following two murders in 48 hours the 1. W. W.'s are to be driven from South Dakota. ? I , ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 Hapsburg Hebe i Bigger, Stronger, More Durable &2m' ' The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL Than Ever Before For months, we have worked to make Goodyear Tiregfor passenger cars even better We have increased the size of our clincher type Goodyear Cords, made the tread thicker, the carcass heavier, the bead stronger Today our larger size Cords are. likewise bigger, stronger, more durable. And fabric tires, and inner tubes, too, show added value Whatever car you drive,4 there are improved Goodyear Tires and Tubes now ready for it, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. The Goodyear Tire &. Offices Throughout the The Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sane and dig- nified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- l The -- -- the champion of clean government. The Courier-Journsurpasses all its competitors in equipment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. al . It Ik ffiuSURIiSf i p f I I IAuiwuubv1 M WH Rubber Company World fcW sSQSwf yvZS-- 1 iK'"1 irr: " ' y v!L-etteithn.,a- At seventeen he commenced writing and turned out eighteen stories, all rejected oy the editors. He was almost discouraged; but his nineteenth effort stuck with a respectable magazine. Lack of education made the way doubly hard; but now. when he sells all he writes, he will teli ou that the experience waB worth all It cost. ?rt!.ty! ,ndeel ha Is! At eighteen he Joined a regiment for service In the Philippines. Time to entrain found him 111 with pneumonia. Against the wishes of his captain and the orders doctor, he accompanied the outfit, of his carried to the cars by his buddies. being of his Most about the Tennessee and Kentucky mountaineers. They are his people other rltar. he them. his most delightful tale,"The Clan Call." will soon start Paper- - Tour mJsf0n8 Uyou'SSL it. njr Hapsburg Liebe (Charles Haven Liebe) , a native of . the Tennessee mountains has been soldier, timber-jac- k and sawmill man. In his education he was denied even the little red school house, his alma mater being a log structure in the hills 'which he left by way of a window at twelve years of age. But he had a taste for reading and has acquired a fine command of English and a writing style through study of the best authors. No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without By special It arrangements we are now able to offer The Daily Courier- - Jourual AND THE 1 Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia f t -- fc as Complete Stock of Goodyear products carried in stock at all times. June 27, 1921. The Buchanan Lvon Co., Incorporated Mr. K. K. Bell, Gen'l Mgr. Calumet Baking Powder Co., 4100 Fillmore St., Chicago, II. Dear Mr. Bellw. As an expression of apprecia- This offer applies to renewals as well as new sub- scriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. Ten-ness- ee If you perfer an evening newspaper, stitute The Louisville Times for The you may sub- Courier-Journa- l, -- - Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. I : v " o , -- """n JLl1 61or quAuiy St 1 h ' grr?n 8 vTv3 33 jvrt M j( sSfy a B us 'ntf for show PHAT'S OUR IDEA in making . CAMELS the. Quality Cigarette, V just buy Camels and look at the package! , Itrs c'-grx.rs fresh and full flavored for your taste. tv --y paper outside secure foil wrapping inside 'ie revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack-- s. . " ' e best packing science has" devised to keep md keep it air-.'h- t. And note this I There's nothing flashy ab'out the jCamel package. No extra wrappings that do not improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense that must come out of the quality of the tobacco. Camels wonderful and exclusive .Quality; wins ofl merit alone. i rs W!T.. !""Si 7 - J Because, men smoke Camels who want the taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly; blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth, refreshing miMHess and their freedom from ciga- -- retty aftertaste. Camels 'are made for men who think for them selves. , V tion of the valuable service rendered by your Company to the Retail Grocers of the United States through coupling reading matter with your advertising as news items defending the Re tailerthe 24th Annual Con tion of the National Associ of Retail Grocers in Kansas City, Missouri on June 6, 7, 8, 1921. unanimously adopted the following resolution presented by John C. Coode of Tenn., and seconded by A. A LaRose, of Louisiana: "We, your Committee on Resolutions, desire to take notice of the splendid of the Calumet Baking Powder Co. We note in its daily newspaper advertising it is giving the buying public the true facts regarding the retailers position in the distribution of food products; therefore: BE IT RESOLVED, That we, the National Association of Retail Grocers in Convention assembled, endorse and commend the action of-tCalumet tsaKing rowaer uo., in giving the facts regarding- the Retail Grocers of the United States." Very truly yours, National Association Retail Gro- cers C. Balsigler, Secretary. H. he Farm Lire Looking Up. goes on and the beauties and 31?-vantag- of nature are beitjer A noted writer declares that known and understood by tfcSBJ in time the lonesomeness of farm who now live by a clock and.t& life will be done away with, and factory whistle. Lan caster Sis&T- that tilling the soil will become ord. U a popular vocation. KentucRv Fair Dates. He might have said that much of the lonesomeness has already Jefferson County Fair, Beac&-e- l, bepn banisheel, and that the reAugust mainder is rapidly disappearing. Union County Fair, Uucy The automobile has done it. town, August 9 13. There is no need for the farNew Perryville Fair Assbcs mer or his family or his help to tion, Perryville. Aug. v feel lonesome these days. Mt. Vernon Fair Associa&sx, Distance no longer exists for Mt. Vernon, August 9-1- 2. ' i0-2j- 10-1- 2. - ao m B R, J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wmston-Sale- - 9 JL VV I GENERAL INSURANCE Second Floor, Icffrles Building. liX K JL I 'JK3V11 N ! ' During the five months of active participation in the fighting in France nearly fifty thousand Americans were killed in battle, but in the same year some four thousand persons were killed N. C while crossing the street or walk ing on some peaceful country road: and that fornuof slaughter and increases year, An ie'eburg a mile and a third continues long and towering seventy five after year. In the number of feet above the water is threaten-in- g casualties that it causes carelessness is as tejrible aswar. Ex. the lanes of ocean travel. jm international MadetbiMeasure Clothes. I , t i . .DAT TTT"RT WV-i-. a' - - Tr7". . J-- 3 J ' but what's the use it's J. T. Anderson .was mysteriJ enough tires to more than equip ously assaulted on a house Jboat every 'motor vehicle in theHJnit-e- d at Paducah and 'died from inju- -' States with a complete set. ries in a 'hospital v And l s' l, ' t Lawrenceburg Fair Assccsb--tion- , With his car he can be in town Lawrenceburg, Aug. 1&25& at any time within a few minBrodhead Fair Associ&tiosv , utes. He can visit his neighBrodhead, August bors for miles around any evenEwing Fair Company, Kvrmg. ing after supper, while attendance at church" on Sunday and August Laural County Fair Company. social gatherings at other times London, August require but little more effort than is consumed in walking Germantown Fair, Gerraaao-tow- n, August around a city block. Adair County Fair, CoFurnHsb, His life in many ways is pref- August 2, erable to that of the city dweller. Pulaski County Fair,, Sonxsr His health is enhanced by the set, August 30- - Sepfc." 2T- sunshine and' the pure country Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsvaie. air that he breathes. His life is August 30- - Sept. 2. not menaced by the constant Knox County Fair, Barbon stream of cars driven by reck ville, August 2. less motorists, as is the case in North Kentucky Fair, Efcs?-encmo3t cities. August 3. His children grow to maturity Campbell County AgrictilftaaS) in'the purity of contact with na Socity, Alexandria, Aug-Sture, instead of being surround- - Sept. 3. ed by the questionable environ- LaRue County Hodgenville, Sept. ment of more congested centers, where there is little, opportunity Blue Grass Fair, LexiDgfcED,,, Sept- to sif tine good from the bad. He is free to go and come as he Kentucky State Fair Loeosh. desires and is not hedged around ville. Sept. with the myriads of restrictions At Cleveland Mrs. Eva. Ga&-eri- ne and laws of the city man." Kaker wa3 given a liftsg&- Tilling the soil is popular now. tence for the murdsrzofJfierSsas It ill become more so as time ' "an"a- 17-19- .-- him. 18-2- 0. 23-2- 6. 24-2- 7. 30-Sep- t. 30-Se- pt. ' e, E Fair-AjssscS-tio- n, 1--3; 0 . 4-1- 0. 11-1- 7. I XB? -- -!!- ? rww?Pa'PrKt " -- pW9ei?8W SPSWipSiF ' J J r ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. mwmwMMWMmmmmmmmwmmmmmwmm wmmwmwmwwwwmmmwwwmwmmmwmwm Columbia Fair Aui 30.3 Sept. I and 2 ens a2 Every Day A Big Day. Three Thoroughbred Races, One Hundred Dollars Each. Three Free For All, Trot Or Pacing Races, One Hundred Dollars Each. Plug Horse and Mule Races Every Day. Five Gaited Sadddle Horse Stake, One Hundred Dollars. Road Horse Stake, One Hundred Dollars, sss i No r Liberal Premiums For Show Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Farm Products and Family Produce. 1 :M Exciting Base Ball Contest, A Good Game Every Day. PLENTY OF HIGKH CLASS MHCTSIC. 53S NofBntrance Fee Charged On Any Race, Or Show. Per Cent. Deducted From The Winners All H. A. Walker, President. m Premiums Paid In Full. J. B. Coffey, Secretary. mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmMmmmmm sSet your stock ready for the mmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmMwm es at the school house last Wed- M J Reduction of the United States army to 150,000 men will do dffr. Chelcie Barger has accepted a away with all cantonments but position at Corbin, Ky., aud has en- - four, Camp Knox, of Kentucky, voarsd upon the discharge of his du-- : being one of the four that will ygZaz. Sir. Goebel Clayton succeded remain. ifrfai in Barger Bros.' store. A bullet having spent its force ' lira county Republican candidates in all probability saved the life swri...sft3E3 to be confident. However -- rrf'v rften a slip between the cup of Miss Josephine Cherry, of p. If there were only white Bowling Green, who is educa- ing we could name the can tional director? of her father's ' 'Vx ho will win, bub the colored school. W. C. Poston, an officer, -- a uncertain quantity. fired at a man who was endeavoring to steal an automobile beleathers Association. longing to B. C. White. The hnllat- mon fhrnnoli frhp TOinrinw Teachers' Association Dlv. 4 will be of the home of Dr. H. H. Cher- E ied at Knifley August 12 ' ry, three blocks away and fell '"iVJslc. Opening Exercises. on the bed of the aforesaid TVaTOtional Rev. A. Yancy. daughter. She was not hurt. 'r- I - England States (56.2), and the Middle Atlantic States. The list is closed by the South Atlantic States (65 8 per cent Cenh not voting) and tral States (67.9 per cent.) Evidently the greater part of our citizenship has no vital interest in our national Government. No republic is in a safe condition that is run by half of the East-Sout- thing they practice, nesday night. Mrs. Tom Pulliam and Mrs. Elbert Pulliam, of Breeding visited the family of J. Reece a day or two last week. Zach Taylor, wife and little daughter, whose home is in Kansas, are visiting Mr. Taylor's mother. Mrs. Addie Taylor. M. F. Dudley, of Oklahoma, City, visited relatives in this sec tion a short time ago. Ozark. 1 people. Montpelier. "Program by School children. I Primary Plans and Method Mabel "Slindman. Order and Discipline Joe Abell. ILetfche Pupils drink from a run-- a Ing brook and nob from a stagnant acol-rOs- , ,!s Sinclair. Ina Hovious. 'iThe 'highest function of the school character building Mrs. W. L. car Reading J?.usseJI. - "ji'propnecy on the 1950 school Ju- nius -- Hatfield. - importance of good readiug Bess Sabbell Henson. J?icture Study -- Bailie Chelf. rstartlng Right Mrs Hovioua. s. Heading Grace Wolford. "The Home, the Teacher and the Mrs. W. B. Hovious, Mrs. csiia School 3isell. 'Unrty and Union In the School HSCcsEthel Brockman. Dream Vision of Schools Mr. Hat-5et- d and others. ."The Sahool as a Social Center apt. Loy. Hallle Chelf, . JVIrs. Gertrude Christie, : Mrs. W. B. Hovious, Committee. We had a good rain last week Farmers in this section are feeling blue. The corn, oats, for which we should be truly and hay crop was cut nearly in thankful. There are many ways half by the draught. The quali to express .our appreciation of ty of the wheat threshed was God's blessings, besides utteraverage but the average of the ing the words, by being kind to THEY DO NOT VOTE. crop sown last fall was those less fortunate, administerThere are 105,273,049 persons wheat only about one fourth of the ing to the afflicted, really trying in the United States. to make somebody happier each usual crop. Of these 2,653,422 are insane Henry Burton at the poor farm day. For the Savior said "as ye or illiterate. was jerked down a few days ago did unto the least of these ye Deduct also those not old by a cow he was driving and did it unto me. 01d Kenucky- - A "wonder horse Is enough to vote. weeKwicnnis parents ac PpIIv- - Man..War. a smasher of all records broke his wrist. Dr. S. A. Tay-lQuarterly meeting was held at and victor over all opponents that ton. That leaves 57.527,629 possi reduced the fracture. made some of the most brilliant of Clear Spring Saturday and Sunble voters in this country. Mrs. W. T. Reynolds and little turf history, he has been returned to Messrs. Lawrence and Smith, day. Your correspondent was his native hearth, there to perpetuate Now observe: only 26,674,574 of Tompkinsville, and Judge sick and could'ent attend, but son RalDD, and MlSS Anna Helm, his great qualities. Last month, Man- full brother, Playfellow, by votes were cast the last Presi- Sinclair and Junius Hancock, of understand large crowds attend visited Mrs. J. B. .Montgomery, namer was for sns.OOO; and not l011S aS Jonn Jb;. Madden refused rpppnMv dential election. $125,000 for a half Interest In the Ken- Columbia, addressed a large audi- ed each meeting. Bro Wade de xecutiy. tucky-hreRock, now More person did not vote than ence here on the 22nd in interest Uvered able sermons. Rev, and Mrs. Wade, Bro. Lee In tte stud stallion'. Friar Place, near at Hamburg voted, 30,853,055 and Mrs. Lee, Mr. McKinley, Lston. other thoroughbred of their respective campaigns. Numerous The Holiness people, Holy Rolslackers! 53 per cent Addie McKinley, Mr. Felix lions and mares of nearly, if not quite, Mrs. Martin Rowe is teaching lers, as they call themselves, ,priceless value are owned in the State. . The best showing is in the the school at this place.. Miss have pitched their tents at Gar- - Mclvinley and tamily, took dm- - Wheat, corn and tobacco are often crop c"16 and nss are Central States, with Pearl Bradshaw will teach at Jin, Concord, and are expected at riPr'Wh airs, TCmmn Mcaaniey, falures fre(nientiy xed at a loss.. But the thorougbibred has a great permanent 36.3 per cent of non voters. Jamestown, and W. G. Aaron at Oak Grove this week. Truly the last Sunday. Value, for nowhere else in this country Vina re-- t Is he bought to such perfection as la h Crab Orchard. Misses Lula and people of this world are being mr. b. o. Montgomery Then come the Kenton and flis fame a the deMargie Helm and Johnnie Wilson preached to "death. One should coyed from injuries sustained by taani for Mm are Central States with 429 per cent,1 and the Mountain States .are teaching in Russell county. repent, confess the Savior, and a wagon running over him. j Mr. and Mrs. Eollin ,Pattou are with 46.9 percent. Messrs. McKelva and Heiser, walk uprightly, live a christian Hazel, little daughter of Mr. housekeepinjr In a cottage, on Frazer Holy rolling,, and Mrs. Josh Montgomery i3 in Avenue, opposite Mrs Tola Close together are the Pacific organizers for the Farmers Union every day. But Walker's two very able address- - Holy dancing and many other How state of health. residence. States (56.1 per cent), the New delivered I i we fear.in- - KENTUCKY FARMERS stead of being holy, is an abomi REAP RICH HARVEST. nation. Dr. Hindman was called to this Reveaae front Breeding-- Thoroughplace yesterday to see Tim Bry bred. Horses Only Profit to Be ant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Depended Upon- Bryant. Wheat is being tbreshed;in this Sale of Blooded Colts Produces community. It is extra good. Money When Other Products Bring Loss. If the date is not changed later, and there is no providential hindance, Rev. Bedford Turner, The- Kentucky fanner has lost money on, his wheat and corn; he i3 will begin a meeting at Clear forced to ship his cattle and hogs to Spring on Monday night after a losing and constantly tailing marlosses on ket: the fourth Sunday in August 1i.ivp and his driven him his tobaccointo banknearlv He wa3 here last year and was ruptcy. The calamities of a troubled upon are very mnoh TTp qairl rohpn ' 'vorld benfc Placed by. its his back, burdens. double ready he came this year he would be Under these untoward conditions, thp same onlv Vip pynp?tpd to tne one fortunate y. exception among j. wh0 0wn3 farmers is the have more religion, and said he one or more thoroughbred mares. He demand for expected fro get more and more always finds a nation-widweanling foaIs. his SO long as he lived. at Its mother's side frequently brings him $500 to $1,000. while the yearling A child about one year old of win sell for from $1,500 to iio.ooo; county farm a colt Bertha Floyd s died last Sunday havIng. from a Jefferson of the recent brought, at one Saratoga sales $25,000. morninff "SYear in and year out, the Kentucky Mr. June Montgomery and thoroughbred finds a ready market: buyers from all over the wrold coming: wife, guests of Mr. T. J. Bryant to this State to secure material to. improve the horses of their respective . and family, last Sunday. countries or localities. Owner Riddle . refused! $500,000 for a Mr. JLQgar LUl3 spent las, horse bred by Mr. August Belmont in , al-mc- ea , fl,,, e t ' ( I Man-O'AVa- r. or O'-Wa-r's ' d stay-at-home- 3, stal-MiS- S West-Nort- h East-Nort- world-wid- e. ! a'.atun- - VS rO - awo NJJWIMIHWB, i.' "4 i ' NrftonH) .. 3 jUaiu . ,. - KJw