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Judge Carter and Mr. Huddleston Carry Every County in the Farmers Protest Home Wedding A beautiful wedding was celebrated May 10th 6 p m. at the residence of G. F Shirley of Bogard, Mo. One hundred and fifty guests, friends and relatives of the bride and groom, grac ed the occasion with their presence. Rev. R. R. Watts, of Huntsville, Mo., 'and Miss Stella Shirley, of Bogard, Mo , were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by Rev. G. W. Hat-che- r, of Columbia, Mo., a relative of the bride. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs Morris Carter and little Trilby Moore, bearer of the ring. After a beautiful and impressive ceremony, the occasion turned to hearty congratulations and good fellowship in which mirth and dainty refreshments were enjoyed. The bride is the beautiful and gift ed daughter of one of Bogard 's most highly esteemed citizens, pleasing in manner, charming in personality.sweet of face.(gracious in spirit and consecrated in christian service.all of which eminently qualifies her for the position into which the new relation ushers her Bro. Watts, the husband, is pastor of the Baptist church at Huntsville, Mo , a graduate of William J.ewell college, a man who faces a promise of large usefulness in the ministry. This happy union of such gifts and graces of character it both a promise and a prophecy of a happy and successful future in their accepted vocation. A veritable shower of remembrances of a substantial character from sources of friends, both present and absent, enhanced the joy of the occasion. Bro. and Mrs. joy Mr R-ii A iVilu dry Burying. Teacher's Association. The Teacher's Association for divis Teachers Association. Assessments. Lebanon, Aug. 3 Five hundred farmers gathered at a mass meeting here and after protesting the high tax assessments on farm lands passed the following resolutions: "Whereas, the tax assessor of Marion county is listing farm lands at the same sum as the same lands were listed last year despite the fact that both' lands and farm products have depreciated greatly in value Therefore, it is resolved that farm hands should be assessed at not more than 75 per cant, of the sum named last year, and we recommend that all owners reduce the assessment, on their lands 25 per cent in making returns for the purpose of taxation, believing this to be just and fair." It was also urged that farmers throughout the State unite to demonstrate to the State tax commissioner and those in authority the justice of their position. H P. Cooper acted as chairman of the meeting, and R W Scearce acted secretary. Powell, son of Mr and 'Mrs. James Powell, who was 'killed in France, was burled at Oak Grove Church cemetery last Monday, with honors of war. His remains arrived last Saturday and was taken to his late home and on Monday the members of the American Legion, this place, took charge, and at the grave District. COUNTY WINNERS FOLLOW. The primary election has come and gone, and it left some surprises, but in the main the result was about as was predicted weeks before it came off,and the winners are very much elated. The News had no fight in the con-tes- t, but it had a very decided opinion the impressive ceremony, after religious services were said, in which the minister paid high tribute, to the de parted, the soldier boys performing the last act in honor of the one who gave his life for his country. The interment was largely attended. s H A t 3 V as to the result in the district races, and predicted through the paper that Judge Carter would carry every coun-c- y in the district, and that' prediction proved true. His majority in the district is about 3,000. Monroe that Mr Lawrence and his supporters claimed would give a majority of 1500 against Carter went for Carter by over 500 majority. We have not got the exact figures of his majorities in the other counties, but he carried them all about as follows: Russell, 740; Casey, Adair 500; Cumberland, 100; Monroe, 500, making his majority about as above stated. We also gave as our opinion that Mr. Huddleston would carry four out of the five counties for Commonwealth's Attorney, believing that Mr. Smith would carry Monroe county. We were mistaken as to Monroe, as it gave a small majority for Mr. Huddleston giving him all the counties in the district, making his majority about the same as Judge Carter. Mr. Silas Sullivan, who was also a candidate for State's Attorney, received about 300 votes in Adair county, and his vote in Russell county is estimated at about 700 He also got quite a number of votes in the other three counties 800; .Successful Operation. this place, was accompanied to Louisville last TuesMiss Bess Hunn, of Honor to The Girls Who Works. God bless the girl who works! She is not too proud to earn her own living, not ashamed to be caught at her daily task. She smiles at you from behind the counter or desk or printer's I case She Is like the brave mountaineer, already far up the precipice climbing, struggling, rejoicing The very sight is an inspiration. It is an honor to know this girl and to be worthy of her esteem, She is a queen in the realm of womanhood. She's a Her princess among the toilers. hands may be stained by dishwater, factory grease or printer's ink but it is an honest hand. It stays misfortune from the home; it supports an invalid loved one, maybe; it is a moving, potent shield that protects many a family from the poorhouse. All In the Legislative race, Adair and honor to the brave toiler! God bless Taylor counties, it seems that Mr. Ed the girl who works! Pittsburg News Murrah has defeated his two oppo nents by a small majority. He carSunday School Picnic. ried, according to reports, both counties. Baptist Sunday The Columbia The following are the winners in School will hold its annual picnic, Adair county, and their majorities: Tuesday, August 16thr There will be There were three candidates for the all kinds of games and contests for Legislature, J. W. Pruitt, W. N. which trophes will be given The Ed P. Murrah. Mur following races will be contested for by 227 different classes: rains majority over McCubbins Flat race for each class. J. 0 Carter's majority 495 High jump for large boys. Huddleston majority 713 Three-leggerace. M. C Winfrey's majority 881 Egg and spoon race for G. A, class W. S Sinclair for Judge, over Races for small children. Herrlford 715 Teacher's race (Ladies) W. A. Coffey county AtMarried Ladies race. torney, majority 704 Young ladies race. .. S. C. Neat, County Clerk, over Tug of war. Miss Nell 519 All are welcome Come and bring Geo Coffey, Sheriff, over Gow-ea baskets Meet at the 858 Church at 9 a. m , where transporta Schuler, Tax Commissioner, over Bradshaw 45 tion will be provided Votes polled-I- n the Circuit Miss Mie King Married Judges race, 2,857 For Commonwealth's Attorney 2,721 Information has been received here 3,201 announcing that Miss Sue King, who For Sheriff County JudgeV race 2,966 was a popular teacher in the Graded County Attorney's race 2,766 School, this place, for a number' of County Clerk 3,374 years, well and favorably known, hav2,821 ing many friends, was married in a Circuit Clerk Ala., last Tax Commissioner 2,058 suburb of Birmingham, Tuesday August 2. 1921, to Rev. Ellis For Sale. Boyd Gat)in,va Baptist minister The wedding took place at the An'extra good milk cow. bride's home. ?nd it was a very quiet Mrs. Bettie Conover. atfair. Immediately afLer the cere mony the couple started on a motor Phone 40 F trip and will be absent from home The old Indian doctor, who gave his abour. two weeks. They will in-- very name as Warhoo, and who cut quite a short time after their return go to swell in Russell county, has skipped housekeeping in a new parsonage the country. It 'has been reported which Is now being erected. Miss King has the best wishes of here that there' were a number of unher many Columbia friends. lawful charges against him. d Watts left Tuesday en- nightfor Chattanooga, Tenn., to 12-1- 8. the sessions of the great Southern also to Baptist convention May enjoy the scenic beauties and places of historic interest for which the Southern city is justly famous Many a Godspeed and congratulation follows them to their new hornet which will open its hospitable portals to all friends May 20, 1921 S. B. Moore, day morniug by Dr. O P. Miller, and Wednesday she underwent an operation in St Anthony Hospital. Wednesday afternoon a dispatch notified the family that the operation was a success and tiie patient was doing Loy. fine i) It is thought that she will be Compulsory school law E. G. Hard-wic- k able to retuiu home in a week or ten days. Lesson assignment Harlan Keltner The purpose of the recitation J. , Touring Car for Sale. E Pulliam. Beautifying the school room and Oakland Touring Car, iu No. 1 con- grounds Mrs. H. H. Harvey, dition, run very little, been handled Advantages and disadvantages of carefully, made no long trips, never school entertainments Ruth Stotts been driven over rough roads Com Tardiness as a problem in attend plete with spare tire and all necessary ance Luther Bell equipment. Good reason for selling When should the speller be IntroFor parriculars write or call duced and why j. R. Jesse. Mrs. Norman Hobson, Advantage of cross grading E. D. t Ky CampballsviNe. . Roberts. , Why should the fifth and sixth Oil Strike. grades not be taught every year Gaither Hadlay. The Reed Oil syndicate brought in How secure a school library Mrs.O. the second well, on tiie Campbell G. Rowe farm, near Creelsboro, last Thursday Should pupils be required to recite night. The report says that the oil memory gems Annye Lee Branham. came flowing. The company, so we Corporal punishment O. G. Rowe. are told, will put down three more Why should the teacher' study the wells in the same territory. Mr. Reed pupil Mrs. Effie Page. was at the scene soon after the strike Give your opinion of following the was made. program in the course of study Tina Campbell. Gass Given How secure good, attendance Lenis 4I-2- Teachers' Association Div. 4 will be Aug. held at Knifley August 12. 19, 1921. The following program will Music, on rendered: Opening Exercises. Devotional Exercise Joe Stotts. Devotional Rev. A. Yancy. Singing Muncy Coomer and class. Program by School children. Welcome Address Mrs Sam BreedPrimary Plans and Method Mabel ing Hindman. Response Annye Branham. Order and Discipline Joe Abell. Duties of the parents Esther Whit-loc, Let the Pupils drink from a running brook and not from a stagnantTeaching beginners to read Myr-ti- e pool Oscar Sinclair. Patterson. Reading Ina Hovious. School environments and measures The highest function of the school of improvements Mrs. Nannie Roach. is character building Mrs. W. L "Order is heaven' first law." How Russell. shall we secure it? Corrinne Rippetoe A prophecy on the 1950 school JuPhysical exercises demonstrated lius Hatfield. Sanford Hurt. Importance of good reading Bess How secure best attentiou in class Cabbell Henson. Will Walker. Picture Study -- Hallie Chelf. Why should the teacher follow the Starting Right Mrs, Hovious. course of study Mrs. 3dm Breeding. Reading Grace Wolford. How can the teacher create a school The Home, the Teacher and the sentiment Dalla Sexton. the School Mrs. W. B. Hovious, ell. C ustitutional amendment Supt. ion 2, will be held at Rowetown, - k. - Mrs-Russ- Unity and Union in the School Ethel Brockman. Dream Vision of Schools Mr. Hatfield and others. The Sohool a3 a Social Center Supt. Loy. Hallie Chelf, Mrs. Gertrude Christie, Mrs. W. B. Hovious, Committee. Mrs. This office is now enjoying some very fine handmade cigars, presented by Mr R. J Lyon, of the Buchanan, Lyon Company. The News has dona a great deal in the last few years, advertising the business of this firm and it has been well paid for services rendered. Bob, however, has a great big heart, and he does not allow the News nor any man to out clever him He is like old man Wilson, the Scotch stone cutter, who lived at Edmonton. Mr. Wilson lived just across Little Barren river One day a rain swelled the stream to the foot-loIn starting; home, he was accompanied by a friend, and when they reached the river, the man said: "You get on the. fooMog and I will hold you." Mr. Wilson did as directed and his friend was wading iu water, up to his waist and holding to the old gentleman: Mr. Wilson took in the situation and man can not do for ma said: what I will not do mv say," and stepping from the foot log into the stream, he waded to the shore with his friend g The, am now prepared to give All teachers are required to attend gass for the painless extraction or teach an extra day. Paid List. of teeth. , Sanford Hurt, Pres. following are new paidsubscrib H. W. Depp, Dentist. Lenis Reece, Sec I Baptist Church. Reece. n well-tille- ers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. W. J. Chumley, O. C Willis, Mrs.L. F. Arnett, Edgar Powell, J. S Naylon Mrs Hellen Crandall, Haller Bault, Ida White, J. M. Aaron, R. T. Edring ton, W. S. Sallee, C W. Marshall, Arthur Royse, Leslie Graves, Jo Russell, Willie Whltlock, J. T. Pattersod, G.C. Baker, Sellie Young, G, M Dillon, Dr. T T Baker, Mary Grider, O. D. Holland, Claud Young, Arst Firkin, J N. Garrett, Sam Garmon, Mrs, Calvin Cox, N. B Miller, S. C Hammerly Eld. W T. May, S F. Grant, J. W. Reece, A J. Winfrey, G. B. Kimbler, Baker Jesse, J F Chelf, A. B. Cox. Claud Phelps, T. B. Phelps,' J I Hendrickson, Miss Lizzie Mears a V Some months ago we spoke of the Farmers' Union establishing a general stare at this place Plans at that time did not materialize, but a mem bee of the organization informed us a few days ago that the store would yet "be & reality, bub those who were going into the company .were nob yet ready, Cottage for rent. W. F. i Cartwrlght. t v I Mr. Jacob Price,, son of Mr. Porter Price, and who has a large circle of relatives in Adafr county,, was mar- ried, a few days ago, to Miss Edna Myers, San Jo, 111. Mr. Price was a widower. Russell Cawford aud Mrs. Crawford of J. H. Hoy and Keene & Hoy. this city, and Charles C. Hertel of Ashland were married here in the manse of the Kentucky Avenue Pres Miss Prudence Lyon, daughter of byterian Church Mr. and Mrs. Her Mr and Mrs W. R. Lyon, Campbells-ville- . tel will make their home in Ashland. has accepted the position as for the Buchanan Lyon For Sale. Companv. rius place, and has entered upon tin" "discharge of her duties. If you want to buy a good home in She is a vnry capable young lady, atColumbia see tractive hi her manners and wilj be x exceedingly polite to those who may Albin Murray. can at. ht-- r desk Her. grandfather Post Master N T. Mercer has re- was an A!ai" county man and her father a native of Columbia, htnee arranged the inside of his office, Announcement. force much more room. New she does nor. feel nor is she regarded boxes have been added, and the stand as a stranger in thisnomm unity. The Adair County Bible school and upon whicli the boxes res'., moved Missionary convention of- the Chris three feet forward The change not Gen! Jas.' Garnett, of Louisville tian Church will convene with the only benefits the working force, but will please iiccept the thanks' of the Milltown church, on Friday night be makes the office more convenient for editor of Tne News for a widely discussed bool- which the Catholic Church fore the third Sunday in Sept., and the patrons continue Saturday and Saturday night. claim is ir pi red, as much so as the A short time ago. near Bethel New Test- - uent, and in preaching the Bro. Kirby Smith will begin a rePries-- s ct n quote from it. To say vival meeting at the same church od Church, three miles this side of it, it is interesting reading rascally fellows removed the the Sunday following. , s many helpful declara-Bro Smith will begin a meeting at spark p'ups from motors and also inner and v.otii not do the reader harm. Chestnut Grove near Breeding about tubes from cars. This thievery has tionsU. contains were voted out become so common that it is necessary TIik boo the first of October. of i(-- S. 'at the Council of Nice to place a guard over machies, even Z. T. Williams. ing was held by the wise when a during the church hour. will sell at public auction, where le what was the Bible. to i.. I I live, on college street, next Satur- - MjvW G. Marshall, Field Represenday, Aug. 13, all my household goods, ' tative for the Federal Board for Vo- - June 1 rns, who lives on the oad, about three miles flll-innciotlntr ui lion luiuiuujc, 'kailfffflqlci catlonal Education, Louisville, was Greeusl-uuuuaubiu rt nam f lirnf wuaucausj ia, sold his farm, last Colu dining room chairs, nice extension ta- here several days of last week, talking from Perry Cundiff, Jn, for Tuesday, ble, new range stove, new kitchen to disabled ex soldiers. re. There are about 85 $50.00 per cabinet, canned fruit, etc. The Bale Don't fail to be at the Farmer's Un- acres in tl tract, and ib is 'regarded will start at 10 a. m. ion pie supper at Concord, Friday as a good, nail farm. Mr,- Kearnes Joha&ofie.' to uy a smaller place some- -' night, Aug. 12. Have a big time and The News 81.50 in Kentucky. where in tl county. hear good music. 41-2- All parties owing lis accounts must settle by August 20th. If you do not heed this notice your account will be Paducah, Ky , Aug. 4. Miss. Martha placed in the hands of au officer for Crawford, daughter of the Rev. J. collection Married. Mr. H W. Edmonds, edttor of the Russell Springs Advance, was nomi- 6 book-keep- nated by the Republicans for Judge of rht Russell County Court. Mr. R,-- E. L'oyd same county had no opposiW. S. tion for County Attorney. Hughes was nominated for Sheriff L. E Bernard was nominated for Circuit clerk. E. Wilson for County Clerk; F. R. Cook, Tax Commissioner. Vernon, a little son of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Yarbery, while running uptha street last Saturday, fell and struck his head on the concrete steps at the Baptist church, cutting a very deep gahh. giv-ing-th- e profusely, Dr. Russell having to take several stitches. It bled - - J Ef Watson and Miss Linnie Bottoms, of the Absher country, were issued licenses by the County Clerk, a few das since, for their marriage. ! Carap-bellsvill- e, n Evan Loy shipped a car load of hogs, a car load of cattle, and sheep to Louisville last week. He paid 10 cents for cattle and sheep. Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at the Christian church, this place, next Sunday forenoon and evening. All invited. Attractive shows three nights at the Paramount this week. Read the d and attend. the big shows at the Paramount, ' Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights, this week. See - a r bill-boar- ) - Bycicie pumps was taken fra&T this office. Please return. . -- , 'STTFP'! ''HW w- T8' TTjp1 'tst-- v nctsir- - TIT ' ADAIR COUNTY .," ! NEWS Big Sale of Stock. Give Us Light. sheep to be sold at the Second Farmer's Better Sire Sale at the Bourbon Stock Yards, August 11, are being received daily. From the present indications the number of farmers attending the meeting will run into the thousands, the sming lamb market this year having had a decided effect on the development of sheep raising. At the sale August II, at least 200 purebred bucks rnd ewes and 2,000 high grade sheep will be sold at auction as at the purebred bull sale in June. The quality of animals to be offered at the sale is insured by1 the Keatncky Pure Bred livestock Association which is cooperating in the campaign and will supply the animals. Some of the most famous breeds in the world will be represented. Notification has been received from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture that agents of that institution have found the greatest interest everywhere in the sheep sale and they are being asked for The people of this country are the drought throughout the state has stimu in a maze of doubt and mystery lated the better bred livestock over the 'millions of interest campaign ibeing conducted by money that is due and to become the Louisville Live Stock Ex-- 4 clue us on the tan billions owned change in every county, accord- to us by the allied governments ing to reports being received by of Eurape. the Exchange. Inquiries as to It is the people's money, and the numder of certain breeds of yet the people are the last ones Breaking of ( I Will they accepi this Challenged (J ita being ' afforded any light upon the subject. The London Times is considered the world over to be a truthful paper, and the Times in its financial news makes the positive statement that arrangements are under way whereby the payment of interest is to be delayed for a period of fifteen years. Our secretary of the treasury states otherwise, but at the same time he pays out nearly thirty-fiv- e millions of dollars to the British government in order who are to cancel a claim for transporting Read this! fetter an, J 1 . ) M, It is a reproduction of Edison's Letter to L " Sor .ani city ., . qT 1 " bsc10 cfect. I d&f6 Rachmaninoff, the famous A modern tale of romance, the characters of which might fit an earlier century. American troops and freight to France in British ships, when by every rule of right and justice he should have caused that claim to be creditedfagainst the billions the British government owes us. Thirty.five millions would do wonders for the shamefully neglected sick and disabled men in this country, or it would furnish employment and relief to many of our idle millions of men who are facing destitution and want, bat it was not used for either of these purposes, or for any other legitimate American, purpose, so far as we can see. Frankly, we do not understand it, and neither to the peoex-ser-vi- ce Russiancomposer.pianist. WiU talking-machin- A .Edi30B . .jjSMg1, ?JV .- - yourself lt is a 2boifl&a I J y t ! tfre r0?1 - rerdL eT010" else. , e company dare to let Rachmaninoff record his j V .ecordiCB3 gr&PniC , ft iavo coX 4 "Prelude in C Sharp Minor" and other famous compositions, which he has recorded for Edison? We fear that no permit this deadly parallel. However, you do not have to ivait. Rachmaninoff has recorded other selections for talking-machine- s. You can draw your own parallels. 1L imm iw seWi0?le Sor81 Ud Vr. Tic rrtSdW JffiS rB ffiaa v ovi,v-.- t. very S t0 gi otners iitW tb eoent. H 1B & imfu DM a"00 lo-it- ,or7 Hear Rachmaninoff on e. e. ple. The ' Clan Call By Hapsburg Liebe Located in one of those feud sections of the South, 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 We disclaim any intention or desire to attack the administration, for this is a time' when we need cooperation in readjust- Come to our store and hear Rachmaninoff exactly as he plays ; then listen to him as he sounds on a talking-machinThe New Edison is not a talking-machinIt is so much different from all talking-machintnat ivir. JLdison nas orrerea $iu,uuu in prizes lor phrases, which will best emphasize this difference. Ask for folder es 'ewtdison 3 Day heavily armed prepared to kill on sight; where the sufferings of mother-lovsister-lov- e e, 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. the women, Read ttfv a serial in columns these Human Interchange. "Hiram," said Mrs. Corntos-se- l, "what is the new hired man complaining about?" "He isn't really complainin. Talkin' about his troubles is just a hired man's way of bein' sociable and friendly." Whether it be fiction or fact, it is rather interesting to read one day that the interest on ten of dollars owed lis by the allies is not to be collected 'for fifteen years, and the next day to learn that Washington plans to use it as"a bonus to- ex-servi- ce bil-lio- ns X, .. jnen. ment rather than criticism and Trial Coupon W If you do not own a New Edison, ask us to lend vou one discord, but unless the secretary for three days free trial. Act quickly, as the contest closes September 2nd. Fill,out the coupon and mail or" bring it to us. of the treasury can furnish a lerea gitimate and AOORI3S son for his surprising amazing Thw coupon when filled out fcy a person, entitle him (or her) action he is laying the adminislecbon of torSdmjZ tration open to serious attack "u uuric or ODUf (Eton. (X CGLUMBIH, KY. from republicans as well as democrats. We are Americans first, and partisans afterwards. in such convenient places for bills that contain items of exGive us light! mo money to roll into, he is begin- penditure that are very obonxi-ou- s PencaNo.174 EAGLE "MIKADO" nogwallow News. ning to believe they were put to a great class of the peothere on purpose. ple, items which they consider It is reported that Yam Sims, As "soon as his microscope ar- prejudicial to the walfare of the Made in five grades For Sale at your Dealer while talking to his girl Sunday rives Cricket Hicks is going to country as a whole, that serve ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO afternoon, forgot all about what begin an exhaustive search for but little purpose, and that are EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK he was doing and chewed up the chicken mite that has been forced into the bill at the last nearly a whole fan. bothering him for the past few minute upon demand of some powerful politician who has an Sidney Hocks has again been days. Frisby Hancock says he would axe tn grind. caught deceiving the public. In church last Sunday when the hate awful bad to be a horse if If the president disapproves congregation rose to sing he he had to look like the one the the bill because of the one item he jeopardizes stood up with the rest of Tin Peddler drives, and the .Tin "For years we have used in our family, them, and instead of singing he Peddler, hearing this remark, the affairs of government, for B B and I have never found any medicine that could fake its chewed his" gum and nobody replied that if his horse did look without funds the .government place," Mr. H. A. BradyvilIe,Tenn. fl cy,vhowrites Rutherford Stacy, offarmer, recommends Mr. Sta- like Frisby Hancock he would cannot function. County Blackis a knew the difference. Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- On the other hand, if he apThe Rye Straw store certainly Stfap him off for a calf. hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little iHs to pre- vent them from developing into serious troubles. proves any portion of the bill he has taken on a neat and nobby The Presidential Votes. must approve all of it, including appearance since the storekeepthe objectionable feature. ers wife got disgusted and swept Congress appropriates the While we are changing our it out and dusted off things. money necessary for conducting budget system we should adBLACK-DRAUG- HT A cloud passed over this vicin- the affairs of the government of vance even further and expand ity today, and Poke Eazely movo. the United States That money the veto prerogative. It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy ed his chair out under it but it Q comes from the pockets of the declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a The president should not be wouldn't stop. cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our people. held personally responsible for family if it wasn't for ht It has saved us many J Slim Pickens says while the The president has. the right to conditions that are above and be- B dollars I don't see how any family can hardly go with- fleas at the Hog Ford church veto an appropriation bill as a B out it. I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep yond hi3 controls highly and am in the house. I recommend look so small and thin, it must whole, but he cannot veto an obnever without it." be borne in mind that there is jectionable item of expenditure . At all druggists. Cholera is fast taking Russia. preaching there except one in that bill and yet approve the It is epidemic in several provinno . time a month. t remainder. ces and people are fleeing from SI I. Elfick Helwanger says the rat Presidents rre often called it. Filth is augmenting the ravholes-abhRye Straw Store are upon to approve appropriation ages of the disease. ng giving lull particulars. ww. j r HERBERT THYLOR ""- ; Qa'BHQBQSiSSESaiQQBOSSiBQgnDfl g g g Colds & Headache Black-Draug- ht g B m Q B n JJ S ' g g g g g j THEDFORD'S g n g g IT B ... Black-Draug- Jj B Black-Draug- ht g g SJ Accept No Imitations e L BBBBBBBBBBBBBSi , V!V 4 J.T " "W; -- r :"i. ADAIR COUMTV NEWS f frit)? vL,.Aj pj "r A ". T oflf S ? Hnn'nUvM jtVQ G - ' . . -- 3 BIG STOCK OF CLOTHING i ir G iilpM Hapshuf g Liebel ikKir I am now ready to supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving' new , Illustrations btj I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this line, 'call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I iny stock offfine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. BUCCIES AND WAGONS. pull of a strange fascination took Bill to the d but mountain-mindeTennessee hills. Joining the JVEorelands, he took up their friendshipa and enmities. Love healed one feud, but there was coal under David Moreland's mountain, and a new feud was born. THE city-bre- d, A tale of rare charm in which the beauty and strength of a woman's love is shown rising superior to the ties of blood and tradition. Selected as a serial for the delight of readers of this publication. Do not miss it! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIII1IIIIIIIIIIIII1IISIIIII1II1IIIIIIIIII1IIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIII i i i t i I have, a large supply of the very best makes and ing and walking plows, all kinds I am selling them at living prices. Rid- at I LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Jit matters not what you need. on the-far- m, can please you in the article and price. WOODSON LEWIS BJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. a ' 36 Obiiirary, The death angel visited the home of Mrs. Mary Dudley, widow of the late Joseph Dudley, July the 6th, and claimed her for its victim. She was afflcted with diseases incident to old age. She was 81 years of age and had resided on the old Dudley homestead, miles north of Glenville, for over 40 years She was the mother of 12 children, only 6 of whom are alive. These are J. J. Dudley, J.' E. Dudley and W. E. Dudley of this community, J. V. good woman is gone, one who was loved by all who knew her. Not only will she be missed by the loved ones of her family but by the entire community. She was a devoted mother, kind and loviner to all. God saw fit to remove her from this world of sin and pain and take her to a home Colun "It is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need It and Not Have It' The Only Sure Way is to se Us Before It Happens. A bia! Barber Shop MORAX & LOWE Sanitary Shop, where both Sati3factlonIand Gratification are Guaranteed. - Give- us a Trial and be Convinced. 3K )K not made with hands, but where a crown of righteousness is laid up for all who are faithful as she was. So dear ones weep not as those who have no hope but go and meet mother at the pearly gates where she is watching and Dudley, of Montpelier, M. F. beckoning for loved ones to come INSURANCE IN" ALL ITS BRANCHES Dudiey of Oklahoma City, and and join her, where there will be Mrs. J. L. Hurt, of Brazil, Ind. no more sad parting nor farewell Her maiden name was theJast tears, but all is peace and hap surviving member of a family of piness. Ttien sadly we say. 8 brothers and sisters, two of whom were civil war soldiers Darling mother thou hast left V. died while inservice, the reand us; Man laughs at woman because Miort Truths. n mainder moved to states Here thy loss we deeply feel she follows the fashions, and where they died. Her parents But 'tis God that has bereft'us, woman laughs at man because Jacob and Rebecca nee Watt) He can aU our sorrows heal. If angels fear to tread where Smith were respectively the There is no death the stars go fools rush in, they should use he follows her. members of two old Irish and A telegram from Chicago says, down, their wings. English families that came here To rise upon some fairer shore; thirty thousand persons are inIt is one of fate's decrees that jured or killed in the United via of North Carolina and Va. And bright in heavens jeweled lovers must fall in love before States every day.- She confessed her Christ at an . crown. they can fall out. Every minute five persons early age and united with the U. They shine forever more. your wife accidentally meet death. Don't forget to tell B. church, later became a memBrittie Webb, occasionally that you love her. Twenty-on- e persons are hurt Glen8fork, Ky. ber of the Methodist church at T find it every minute. ' Otherwise she might not Glensf ork of which she remained The annual number of acci- i out. a faithful member till death. A The News $1.50 in Ky, HENRV W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Usee! 40 Years REED BROS. J Columbia. All Ciasse's of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. All Work 'Office: COLUMBIA, KY CARDU J i The Woman's . r J Guaranteed next door to post office. Tonic we-ter- f Sold Everywhere r.s dents and deaths total 11,000,000. Major J. J. Crowley, who was in the War Risk insurance De- r partment gave the foregoing Surgeon and Dentist sofa statements out at a recent meetSpecial attention g iven Disease ing in Chicago. Domestic Animals The mystery ships which have Office at RejlJence, l mile of town, o aiiestown road. recently caused bo much specula, L. H. JoneB - tion, are believed to be run by G. smugglers. Columbia, Ky X THE ADAIRICOUNTYikEWS fkdair Coarvty Nevtfs Published On Tuesdays fti Cokm6iai Kentucky- 1 E.MURREUU, Bctor '.Mali WIRS. DAISYl HAM LETT Fordsoiv TRACTOR F.O.B. Detroit A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the Interest of the city of ColumbiaSand the People dZ 6252jr3& Inwbicli we double-cros- s a master mind TALK ABOUT dime novels. Adair and adjoining Counties. Columba' e Entered at the mall matter. Post-offlc- as second TUESD. AUG. 8. 1921. 7 $1-5- l&w & ". THEY SENT Jim down. TO TEXAS Jo investigate. SOME OIL wells there. WHICH THEY might buy. IF JIM said O.K. AND HE was to report. BY AND THREW away bis coda. AND WHEN he sent. THE FINAL dope. HE FOILED . the villain., THE MESSAGE just said. "CHESTERFIELD. AND HIS directors knew. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 0 Kentucky In $2.00 Kentucky Outside of A.II Subscriptions are due and Parable in Advance WIRE in secret code. ENTER the villain. z NOW A THAT ALL was well. WITH THOSE oil wells. FOR OIL men know. SLIPPERY crook. COT WIND of iL AND TRAILED Jim down. COPIED OFF his code. AND BRIBED There is but little let up in the stealing and Felling whisky. THAT "CHESTERFIELD" meana. "THEY SATISFY." a hoob. It is reported here that Ken- nedy defeated Judge Beththrum in the PulaBki district. ( wy THE telegraph, "branch. SO THE crook could get. IN YOU'LL THE EARLIEST word. AND CORNER Judge Thurman won his race to the Circuit for re-electi- Judgeship in the Marion county district. ,The night of the first of August was the hottest of the season in Louisville. hottest here. It was also the Caruso, the greatest tenor this country has ever known and heard, died in Italy Sunday week after undergoing an operation. The primary brought some dissappointments, but the defeated candidates accepted the result gracefully, as they knew that only one man for a position could be nominated. the most profitable business on earth'." This tractor has done much very much in bringing true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for in it is a machine which has harnessed one of the most dependable, efficient, adaptable," economical sources of power in the world a machine that saves from thirty to fifty a machine per cent of the farmer's time which many farmers claim plows, harrows or drills as much ground in the same time as four, six or even eight horses. And more a machine that takes care of every power job on the farm. Call and let's talk it over, or telephone or drop us a card and we will bring the facts to you 'The Tractor will enable the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life. I believe the tractor will make farming what it ought to be the most pleasant, the most healthful, stock. hold-up- AND WORK a . copied you've "struck when you discover Chesterfields. You'll say "they satisfy." A wonderful blend the pick of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos put together in the Chesterfield way that's why "they satisfy." And the Chesterfield blend can not be kno-- IT LOOKED like easy coin. ' , - I BUT JIM got wise. Did you know about the Chesterfield package of 10? JIW CKcsterficW " CIGARE TTBS - -- Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. It is astounding at the number of people that are killed and wounded in the cities by automobiles. Two Louisville women were killed and several persons were wounded last week. You can not look over a daily paper without reading gf deaths caused by machines. The primary does not put the candidates out of business, as the flght will continue until the November election. There are three Democrats running- for the respective offices, as follows: Gordon Montgomery, County Attorney; Evan Aikn, Sheriff; Charles Paxton. Circuit Court - The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORATED Columbia, of the largest importance to the country" brought about by the Republican administration. These achievements were four the reduction in discount rates by the Federal Reserve Banks, the refunding of the government's floating debt, the advance of funds to aid agricultural exports, and the payment of to the railroads. It is strange that the White House should look up these four items as a basis for claiming a share in improving the conditions of the country. The reduction in discount rates does not mean prosperity, but always comes upon a stagnant business condition when the demand for money is lessened. It is true that the government refunded its floating debt, but this is not what the Republicans intended to do at any rate their platform demanded that it be promptly liquidated. Whatever benefit may have arisen from the funds for aiding agricultural exports has certainly been cancelled by the effect of a tariff bill" which, by excluding foreign products, has greatly reduced the capacity of foreign government to pay for American goods. The payment to the railroads has not yet been brought about and is nothing but a suggestion which has been made by the President. If this is , the best record the Republican administration can claim, it had much better remain .quiet. Evening Post. $500,-000,0- 00 Kentucky. iparKsville. We have had had several refreshing showers in the past few days, which have .been a great benefit to the crop3. Dewey, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Roberts, has E0iHHSSll mm STANDARD -- SKID & Clerk. xDr. W. A. Ganfield has tender- ed his resignation as President of Centre College and will act in the same capacity for Carroll College, Wonkesha, Wisconsin. He will probably not leave Danville until the first of January, and will assist in the opening of Centre this fall. His departure will be a great loss not only to the Danville school, but to the been very sick with appendicitis, and was conveyed to Louisville by his father and Esq. L. Akin, last Sunday, where he underwent an operation and is getting along nicely. Revs. A. W. Rowe and F. W. The Fastest Selling Tire In America The increasing popular demand for the Firestone Standard 30x36 inch tire over a period of years has given us big volume. Our Plant No. 2 devoted wholly to this size tire with a capacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes per day cuts costs on every operation. On May 2, we dropped our price to $13.95 passing on to the car owner the full plant. This tire has been our benefits of this big sales volume and this labor-savin- g standard for years four plies long staple fabric extra gum between plies heavy non-ski- d tread. The greatest value ever offered car owners. Insist on Firestone. entire State. A tax of 2 cents on bank checks, a flat liscence tax of 10 on automobiles, an increase of first class postage rates to 3 cents and an added levy on cigars, tobacco and cigarettes is the latest raise that has been suggested to the' Ways and Means Committee. The people are taxed to death now, yet some of the leaders of the Republican party want to lay on more, and if they keep on raising after awhile the water we drink will he taxed. A STRANGE STATEMENT. Firkin have just returned from Melson's Ridge, where they have been engaged in a revival. There were about thirty-fiv- e and the christians were greatly edified. Working the road is the order of the day. C. C. Rowe and family are in from Argo, 111. Elbert Page and wife, but Elbert will only be with us but a short time. We are informed that J. C. Wooten and family will soon arrive. Thanking the Editor for permitting our items to be published in the Adair County News, as we have been a silent reader for eighteen months, but by the request of many friends in Adair and adjoining counties, will again take up our delightful work corresponding to the Adair County News from Sparksville. con-vertio- ns Our Cord Tire Values Firestone Cord tires are made exclusively in Plant No. 1. Our process of double tread, each ply of cord gives thicker insulation. The massive non-ski- d with extra thickness where wear is most severe, gives real effectiveness in holding the car against slipping and adds manv extra miles of service. gum-dipping Firestone Cord tires are sold at the lowest prices in cord tire history: 30x3- - $24.50; 32x4. 546.30; 34x4. 554.90. There are Firestone Dealers Everywhere to Serve You . SOLD" LUCIAN BELL COLUMBIA, KEjSTTUCKir, From what province-owas Joan of Arc? f BY COLUMBIA AUTO CO. " White House recently issued a statement in which it preferred to the "achievements The A Mental Test for General Use. When was the war of 1912? Mil France i Who is the author of history of England? Macau-lay'- s What two countries were par- Washington spend his winter at ticipants xin the Spanish Ameri- Valley Forge? can War? Tell about the Swiss navy ' In what season of the year did The Scalper. x Hg, ADAIR Oil Prospector's Guide. The Origin of Oil, Where it Originated. How it Travels' to Where it is Found and How to Find It. By V. A. SMITH. Geologist. Locator of Healdton, Oklahoma and Allen and Warren County. Kentucky Oil Fields. COUNTY NEWS Messrs. Walker Bryant and L. G. Montgomery, of Sellersburg, Ind,, are' GREAT WORK OF. U. S. REMOUNT STATION Accomplishing Much to Build Unexcelled Line of Cavalry Horses Invaluable to Army. The World War was the great caldron in which birth was given to many organizations looking to the leadership of Aiep'-Icin every path of economic activity; and no such activity bearing on the future of one of THE 3fcR our most vital essentials compares with that of the American Remount Association, an organization composed of some of the country's leading men. It came Into being as a result of the $415.00 f. o. b. Detroit. dire necessity of more and better blooded horses for the United States Army. Thus, wlthr kindred organizations, it is promoting one of the most Important undertakings looking toward our future security. The object of the Remount Asocla-tlo- n is the improvement of general-purpos- e horse conditions in every State in the Union; and because of We represent the most-thorougand te motor car facf; the importance of the work entailed, Col. F. S. Armstrong, of the United tory in the world, turning out the best car on the market toStates Army, has been placed in charge, with headquarters In Washington, D. C, where his department Is in day the. most adaptable to every need of every class of people. close touch with every other governmental agency. The Remount Associaof others tion, with the similarly engaged, has, during the eighteen months of its existence, succeeded in getting one (hundred and sixty-fou- r of stallions eighty-fiv- e The Ford Service organization, of which we are a branch, is: which were donated by patriotic organizations and Individuals for disthe'most extensive as well as the most intensive organization of its tribution throughout the country, to be utilized by farmers desirous of raising the standard of their horses. kind in existence, consisting of over 18,000 Service Stations in the-UniteIn laying out the work, it was decided to profit 'by the experience of foreign governments and locate thoroughis our duty to uphold the high ideals of the Ford States. bred sires in every grazing community of tne country. The whole was divorganizations in this territory, to deliver cars as promptly as possible,, ided into zones, and a plan of breeding, to the Interest of the farmers of to give quick and thorough repair service and courteous treatment to-a- ll America, inaugurated. Recent reports from the Association's headquarters in,' Washington "show that there has customer. mares for, been an average of fifty-fiveach stallion, although the breeding Eeason is not yet concluded. Also, at a meeting of the Association, It was shown that there was a demand for eome seven hundred horses last Spring, and that, for the coming Spring, this demand will be doubled or even trebled. Both the race courses and the thoroughbred nurseries constantly are being drawn upon for horses of proven courage in the acid test of racing. It remains for them to produce the INCORPORA TED only type that measures up to the supply the United standard destined to COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. State cavalry remounts worthy of the men in the service. It may be added that, owing to the broad plan of fostering the industry of horse breeding as practiced for generations by the British, French and Italian Governments, these countries were in the enviable position of ability vv to put up a to supply their armies with good but he knows ho mounts, whereas, America, which had fine race with an airplane. never introduced such a system was obliged to draw upon the resources Arrived at Cave City at 11:30 J. the allied nations to horse her men, c "price $1.00 GFOLOGICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION Room 403. Louisville National Bank BIdg. P. O. Box 867, iJouisville, Kentucky, personal" Master W. E. Harris has been quite eick for several, days. .Mr. Oma Goode, of Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. Miss Willie Moran has returned to her position in Loiusville. Milltown, who has been quite sick, is improving. Mrs. Lula Helm, of Russell Sprinps, was visiting in Columbia last week. MiBS Dexter English, of West Point, Miss., is visiting friends in Columbia. Dr. J. S. Rowe, of Jamestown, was here, professionally, last Wednesday Mrs. G. A. Atkins, Mrs J. P. Montgomery's condition is about the same as was reporced last week. Mrs. Ed Hood left Thursday morning for Joplin, Mo., and will be absent several weeks. Mr. Short Moore and family, of Hamilton, Ohio, arrived in the coun ty a few days ago i .& . G Long, of Louisville, is Mrs A. v visiting at tge home of her father, Dr. Cart'wright. W. Miss Virginia Smith spent a few days of last week with Miss Norene Cofer, at Cane Valley. Mr. Ben Jeffries, wife, and little Mr J H. Ritchey, Messrs. .Take and MeGee, Burkesville, were in Co- daughter, Marguerite, of Huntington, Curt West Virginia, arrived last Friday to lumbia last Wednesday. Mr. J. B. Coffey and Miss Rose spend a week or two with relatives in Hunn accompanied Miss ,Bess Hunn Columbia and in Adair county. Mr Jeffries left here seven years ago and to a Louisville Hospital. friends Mr. Jo Hurt, of Louisville, arrived married since he left. His last Thursday afternoon and remained were glad to see him. Mrs. Lena Paull left Friday mornuntil after the primary. if: J. She will Mr. A. D. Patteson, who is a Dep- ing for Atlantic City, uty Collector, Fifth district, came also visit other interesting places in the East before returning home. home to participate in the primary. Mrs. Nina Denver, her sister, wijl acD. McFarJand and wife Mr.- B company her from Louisville. Her came down fromJamestown Monday, in good shape. Found friends' other sister, Miss S. R. Marcum, will Talmage Smith and to see Mrs. well and looking for us. meet her in Atlantic City. easily accessible to those who read and Lucile Epperson, our little Mrs. Jane MurrelI,.who is now 80 think Mr. O. B Bloyd, of Esto. made a years old and who lives in Russell A Book setting forth the Incompar- - granddaughter, of Columbia and business trip to Colnmbia last Friday. couty, the widow of Willis Murrell, able Record of Eight Years of Demo j'Mary Helen Patteson, who While here he subscribed for The and her niece, Mrs. Wra Blair, called Rule during the most important ceded us a day met us atthp' Hews. News 'office last Thursday period of the World's Ilistorj; at the train with a hearty welcome and Mr. W. F. Hancock and wife, of Mrs Murrell's maiden name was WinIt contains the Comprehensive Re made us feel very much at home . TVV&CHr" Louisville, arrived last Tuesday after- frey) J "H" t.i BIMfJi'J"TWilFPrTTaWTrrTT.Tn IhHE ' her father's name was John D. view published in the New York mF noon and remained until after the Winfrey. She is an interesting old We attended a County Bible "Times": , CBKKPTtt I, riJff JWffflBUMHMIUnT primary. lady The Brilliant New York "World" school convention here on Thurs1 t Mr John McFarland and wife, of day. It was good to be here, Mr. Robert J. Murrtn who left Editorial; Jamestown, visited at the home of here 22 vears aeo. a sou of Mr. J. B The Appreciation b Gen. Christian met old friends from Glafgow, Mr. W. T. McFarland irom Saturday Murrell, deceased, is spending a few Smuts; Hiseville and other place. you like to enjoy three days of eood music until Monday. The Covenant of the League of Nadays with relatives in Columbia. His own home, without cost, without obligation? I had thought our people in Mr. N. C. Butler left last Thursday nickname was "Takes" and he is tions: Would you like to listen to your favorite selections morning for Rockwell City, Iowa. known to this day by young men here And other writings which you will Adair could excel any people in played better than you have ever heard them before? He goes to visit a daughter, and will by that name. To him he sees quite want to preserve; feeding the multitude but none Come to our store today. Choose a be absent sometime. ( And its Reading Gives You an An- could excel the Cave City Chrisl-ir- n a difference in this place. Time has swer to every question Affecting 'the Miss Agnes Ramsey, an experienced made them. church people that day. Mr. of Campbellsville, Is with Mrs. Jo Carpenter Decherd, Tenn., Wilson Administration Raised Against and Mrs. Sam Caldwell handed the Buchanan Lyon Co., here, assist- Mrs. Clyde Carpenter, same city, and the Democratic Party aidits Leaders. over their fine home snd shaded ing Miss Prudence Lyon. Bound in Cloth, Stamped in Gold, Miss Evelyn Northcutt, Tracy, arrived and a dozen Amberol Records and we will deliver them to Mrs. Sarah Blair, left, a few days the latter part of last week, and stop Handsomely Illustrated. Order Ear- spacious grounds for the noon Play the Amberola for three days. you free of charge. A more bountiful ago, for Louisville, to consult a spec ped at the home of Mr. J. 0. Russell. ly. This Coupon must accompany luncheon. Compare its clear, beautiful music with that of any "talking machine" or phonograph you have ever heard. ialist. Her daughter, Mrs. Finis The first named is the mother of Mrs your order. It entitles you to as palatable, daintly served repast accompanied her. They J. O. Russell, the second, a sister-iThen come to our store and tell us what terms of payment suit yon many volumes as you desire at $1.00 need ever be enjoyed. best. Or ask Us to call for the Amberola- and we mil do so gladly. were accompanied by Dr. S. P. Miller. law and the third a cousin. Mrs. R each. (Postpaid.) Noah Webster Proffit is preachCome yourself if you can. Phone or write us if more convenient. K Miss Martha Grissom, who has been V. Bennett is also a daughter of Mrs. COUPON ing near Cave City. Was glad quite sick at Richmond, Ky., where Jo Carpenter, and the visit means to To The to hear him again. His preachshe is attending school, is reported two homes. COLUMBIA, KY. Herewith find $- for and able to resume her classes. ing has the the old time rineg. better Master Allen Patteson spent severcopies ; please send me N Mrs Tomie Bradshaw, who was a al days in Louisville last week visiting which V of "Woodrow Wilson's Administra- He used to hold meetings in daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. Pierce his cousins, Joe and Dan Russell. " Adair county. He lives in Paris, tion & Achievements." Dohoney, now a resident of Marion Mrs. W. A. Coffey was in Louisville Texas. county, visited relatives in Adair last last week visiting friends. 1 also met J. W. Edwards and week. Mri Jo Smith, who left this county wife at the meeting on Sunday, Mr. J. F. Chelf, a prominent far33 years ago, arrived last Saturday to Cave Cily, Ky. Knifley section, was in Comer of the Was glad to meet them again. spend a few days with his relatives. lumbia last Thursday. He was ac Ha was a crandson of the late Mr. It has been very dry here this Slippers and Pumps Reduced from companied by his nephew, Mr. Elbert Wyatt Smith, who lived on the Camp- Adair County News: season, but there has been two ' Chelf One-thir- d We left home Wednesday to One-Ha- lf. bellsville pike. or three showers since we came, May, a popular Chris"Eld W. T. morning at 5 o'clock. We were Bargain Big Stock of Shoes but not enough to wet the ground tian preacher, last year a resident of "his Columbia Concerning Woodrow Wilson and ready at 4:15 but the chauffer thoroughly, but will refresh the this place, visited slept too late for that. friends last week. He now resides in Democracy? garden crops. Danville. But when we saw Lawrence Cane Valley, Kentucky. A letter from Dr. Vail of CinMr. A V. Taylor, wife and daughtime ago a small group of Pickett was to take us over we A short cinnati tells me he thinks he can ter, Miss Mabel, who visited In the Democrats in Washington decided to were sure we would be on time . now remove the cataract from come-backcounty several weeks, left for their issue a volume which would contain a with as much ease as L havener at Campbellsville if no accident my eye with safety. The Lord will remain" here until I homp, Greenwood, Ind., the first of record statement of the AccomplishHope to come home see- - a long time. occurred, and sure enough we this week. willing I shall start for Cincin- ing this time. ments of our party during the eight Z. T. William?. Mr. T A. Firkin, wife and children years of its successful regime a't the came into the. depot 25 minutes tonight, Luther will go with Expect to be home by the 4th The colored institute Is in sessisi? left for Louisville Monday morning. NationarCapital, and some other doc- - till train ,time.- - We have never nati operation for Mr. Firkin goes for an and ts bein: conducted by Prof. EL. 12. oE Lawrence having an me. I will have to be there at Sunday in Aug. gall stone and appendicitis. Dr. Rus- uments affecting that administration, heard I preached here Sunday night Read; of Bowling Green. ' , which should be made permanent-anaccident when he was driving least two weeks Mrs. Williams i sell went with him. " in Columbia, on a visit They are both former residents and they were given a cordial welcome. Mr. W. D Jones, who travels, making settlements for a Railway Company, is nw with his wife and son, this place. He stops with his father Judge H. C. Baker Mrs. Curtis Absher, who has been confined to her bed for five weeks, a victim of typhoid fever, has commenced to improve, and the indications now point to her recovery. Miss Mary Murrell, who holds a responsible position in WashingtoPj D. C , reached home, for a visit, last Sunday night. She is a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. L Murrell. Mr. Ernest Yates, brother of Mrs Geo. H. Nell, who has been in West Point, Miss . for two and one half years, returned a few days ago. For the present, he will remain in Columbia. Mr Omery Webb, who ownes a farm in the suburbs of Campbellsville, a former citizen of this county, was in Columbia last Saturday. He is a very industrious young agriculturist, and' is prospering on his farm. Mr T. O. Patteson, wife and baby, who have been living in Louisville for some months, reached Columbia last Wednesday evening, and will spend a few days at the home of Mr. Patte-son'father, Mr. W. B. Patteson. Mr. W. T. McFarland, who is subject to hayfever, will accompany his daughter, Mrs. Talmage Smith and children to Indianapolis Wednesday. After a few days in that city Mr McFarland will go to a health resort; in Michigan, for a six week's stay. in-las UNIVERSAL. .,$' h up-to-da- all-rou- nd d It e ThelBuchanan Lyon Co. - J pre-crat- ic " Our trial xmmmMBMkw Offer bringfew aB'i WF" Three Days of Good Musicrree 1 , lPmmmjr mjl ltmmWI I -- K WOULD NEW DIAMOND book-keep- er AMBEROLA - Ros-enbau- n .iERBERT TAYLOH -- - 4r ! Big duction at Sac. , l. m: SMITH Prices. d NW.IUB" Q 'ADAIR COUNTY? NEWS Premium List , 55 Jersey heifer, one year old and un- CLASS P. der two 4 00 " 56 57 Columbia Fair THIRST TUESDAY AUGUST. 30, 1921. CLASS A. w Jersey heifer under one year old Jersey cow any age 4 00 5 00 2v00 2 00 Lady Rider Astride. 1 02. . " Lady Rider Astride, 3 to ride . CLASS Q. Saddle Stallion 3 years old and over 10 00 CLASS H. r Beef Cattle. Bull Bull, Saddle Horses. 1 03. DAY 00 .1 00 I 00 1 1 58 three year old and over two years ... two 7 00 10 00 , 7 00 3 00 59 60 old and under 104. three Bull, one year old and Bull, 700 under I Display of apples 7JL Display of pears Display of peaches Display of three watermelons of three cantelopes 61 62 63 63J-Co- T3 A - under one year old Cow, three years old and over . . . Cow, two years old and under 6 00 6 00 7 00 Saddle Stallion 2 years old and under 3 105. Saddle Mare or Gelding 3 years old and over 10 00 7 00 106. 107. 00 w three , lyear old and under two- .. - , 7 6 6 10 10 '3 Display of grapes of "" . c3 Peck Red Wheat . . .' T o- - PecLof oats 12 Ears of white corn 12 Ears of yellow corn Onions 00 00 ..1 00 00 1 1 1 64 65 66 Cow, under one year old Bull, any age Cow, any age Bull and three r femlaes owned .. 00 00 00 00 00 5 Saddle Mare or Gelding 2 years old and under 3 Mare or gelding, I year old and under 2 , S300 . 7 00 3 00 CLASS R. mile Thoroughbred Race, $100. 1 08. Thoroughbred Races half dashes, 2 best in 3. 3 to 1 00 1 00 7. . 1 1 67 by 10 00 I start Q iO-- 6 one man or bona fide firm 40 109. and race Free-for-a- ll ' trot, mile 60 00 heat, 2 60 00 40 00 125 ' 6 Sweet Potatoes 6Irish potatoes Display of three heads of cabbage. ?. p Best dozen tomatoes display of vegetables ... . 00 00 00 CLASS AH poultry exhibit6rs Free for All Trot or Pace, $100. best in 3, 3 to start and 3 to race Poultry Show. are requested to put their poultry in nice coops, so they may be plainly seen. 12 XS 1 40 00 '$4 ' , v 00 1 00 1 1 To be governed by rules 2 2 2 2 2 of the National Trotting Horse Associ- Best ' 16- -.Best "2LT Best tB Best h25 ( 50 6 Beets three stalks dark tobacco three stalks Burley tobacco 00 2 00 1 2 00 CLASS B. Family Produce. 19 .20 :2-Caramel :.22-Coco- One pound of Butter 1 00 Trio Barred Plymouth Rock 69 Trio White Plymouth Rock. . 70-T- rio Rhode Island Red 71 Trio Rhode Island White 72 Trio White Wyandotte 73 Trio Silver Lace Wyandotte 74 Trio Brown Leghorn 75 68 .. ... Angel food cake Cake cake ' " . ." anut 1 00 . . Z3 I.ES -- 25 US .2? . 1 H&-4Dis- pIay Chocolate cake Ribbon cake One loaf light Bread One Dozen soda biscuit Sample of Honey of Jelly 00 00 1 00 I 1 76 77 78 79 80 8 1 100 1 Trio White Leghorn Trio Rose Comb Leghorn Trio Buff Orpingtons Trio Indian Game Trio Black Langshang Trio Buff Cochin Trio White Cochin Trio Pit Game CLASS J. 2 2 2 2 2 00 00 ' I , .. 100 00 1 00 00 I 00 00 1 00 00 00 1 1 82 2 2 2 00 2 00 2 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 ation CLASS S. BALL GAME. 1 00 1 00 , fourth: day. arr. f&idats:, Sept., CLASS T. over 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 00 1 1 Combined Horses. 0. 111. I 1 Stallion 3 years old and x 10 00 10 00 Mare or gelding 3 years old and over 1 00 1 00 1 CLASS U. Riding Ring, World War Veterans. 112. Gentleman Rider, Veterans ly eligible on- 00 1 00 1 00 113. 10 00 CLASS V. 5 00 Baby Show. Prettiest Prettiest girl f3 3D Display of preserves Harness Horses. 83 84 85 Stallion, 3 years old and over. over ... baby under 14 Jar of canned tomatoes 10 00 114. months old boy .... baby under 14 CLASS W. 5 00 5 -- 3tS ": 22 43 ' 54 Jar 15 Jar Jar of canned beans Jar of Canned corn Jar of canned apples of canned peaches of Mare or gelding 4 years old and ; ' :. 1 7 00 7 00 3 00 3 00 115. months old 00 1 canned cherries 1 86 87 88 89 :J'6 Jar of Raspberries Jar of canned peas Jar of cucumber pickles chow chow 3J ' 100 100 00 1 00 1 33 159 Jar Mare or gelding three years old and under 4 Mare or gelding years old and under 3 Mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 4 Colt under 1 year old Brood mare RoadStake, $100. Stallion, mare or gelding, any 7 00 5 00 5 00 7 00 3 00 age, soundness, manners, speed, durability and pleasant handling considered. 3 to show 2 50 2 50 3 00 v eligi- 50 00 30 00 20 00 Horses entered in races not ble to compete in this ring CLASS C. Sheep. '0 1 CLASS K. 1 00 1 00 1 00 Buck, any age Five Gaited Saddle Horse Stake $100, 90. Saddle Stallion, marc or gelding any age to be judged bylheir confirmation, soundness; manners, tion, and general adaptability ac- - CLASS X. Old-fashion- ed Walking Horse. nodding, , Ewe, any age Buck and two ewes 116. Old-fashion- ed walking for J2 ?.S mare or gelding, must be broken to canter readily, a horse comfort; gaits to count CLASS D. HOGS. Boar under one year old Sow under one year old 4 q Sow one year old and over --4& -- for 5 00 ." v saddle purposes. distinct gaits as Must have five follows: 70 per 7 00 10 00 3 00 3sar one year old and over 3oar any nge 3ow any age " . 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 47 Walk, Trot, Rack, Canter, Running Walk, Fox Trot or slow Pace, to be divided as follows '. . . cent; confirmation 30 per cent H6i. ' $ 50 00 30 00 20 00 Walk, Trot and Canter Mare or Gelding, any age ... Consolation Ring. 117. Stallion, mare or gelding, any age thathas not taken a prem- ium of any kind at this Fair 7 jLt 00 Adjourned for Dinner. CLASS L. Adjourns For Dinner. CLASS E. Mule Race. 91. 1st 50 2 50 Ladies' Driving Horse. H9 Mare or gelding to be driven by lady accompanied by gentleman 5 gailed saddle mare or gelding 4 ;yrs. old and 2nd 3 00 $ " 7 00 10 j0 4 to start, 4 to race, Half Mile Heats, Two best in three $ 10 00 v Plug Horse Race, 4 to race J Mile Heat, 2 best in three 10 00 CLASSY. 5 00 00 00 250 110. 2 50 119. Thoroughbred Race, $100. 1 over 00.5 00 92 93. Thoroughbred Mile dash, 3 to start, 3 to race- Race $100.00. - s 5 horoughbred Kace,- - -- mile dash 3 to start and 3 to race Free-for-a- ll' 60 00 40 00 Trot or Pace, $100. 2 National Combined Horses, 30l --Mare -- 60 00 4Q F.ee-for-a- lf Trot, mile heats, or gelding any age, to be Free For ail Trot or Pace, $100. Mile heat, two best in tVee, 3 to start, 3 to race to be governed ;shown in harness and under saddle. best in 3. 3 to start and race. Will be judged by rules of Trotting Association 'Soundness, manners, styleorm and gaits. Each animal must have 5 distinct gaits when under saddle. Must have square tro! harness but ' .... 60 00 40 00 by the rule3 of the National Trot- tirig Horse Association ( CLASS Z. 60 .00 s 40 00 BALL GAME. . CLASS M. 10 00 5 51 excessive speed not essential. Faxtest mule, half mile dash 5 00 ' BALL GAME. 52 53 Fastest plug horse half mile dash- Fastest mule13i hands and under J mile dashes, 2 best in three 3 to , 00H3 00 00 ,' EVERYTHING IN 1. 5 3 00 THIRD DAY THURSDAY SEPT. CLASS N. " run. f54 un- Fastest pony 14 4 der h mile dashes, 2 best in three, 3-- f hand and 5 00 ' 3 00 Mules. 95. Mule three years old and over.. 3 . 7 00 3 00 HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized. and Painted. 4 N torun i CLASS F. BALL GAME. '5 00 96. 3 Mule 2 years old and under Mule under I 7 7 00 00 , , . ";'.' ' 'SBECONTD VTEDSTESDY, -- ' DAY;," 31ST. . . , 97. 98. 99. Mule 1 year old and under 2 year old Best pair of mules any age 00 5 00 10 00 3 00 3 00 2 50 : i All mules must be shown bridle or, halter . under .v S -- Also Ellwood and American Fence. A.UG-TJST, V' CLASS G. CLASS O. Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BR.OS. 1 16-Caa- Dairy Cattle. x Double Team 100. ' 1st .2nd" 3 00 Double Team regardless of Sex or Ownership CO- - 53 Jersey cow two years old and over 54- Jersey heifer, two years old and .. ..., ..t. r --xinder three-- 5 00 .".... , 10 00 t 101. - 4 00 2 00 Most beautiful stallion, mare or gelding; any age, shown in hand V i IncoViorated Between Pirsl and Brook; riatket Street 10 00 5 00 Louisville Ky. ' L r imr''r-"--- - : " ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i Hapsburg Liebe Better Today Than They Have Ever B een We expect Goodyear Tires for passenger cars to excel in future even the wonderful performance they have delivered in the pfcst They are better tires today than they have ever been. We are making both tires and tubes larger, stronger, heavier, more durable, than ever before. If you want the most economical and satisfactory tire equipment this season that it is possible to buy, be sure you get Dealer has them. The Goodyear Tire llBAil1. The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL .The Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sane and dig-- nified in its handling of news; it is feaYless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- l The champion of clean government. surpasses all its competitors in. The Courier-Journequipment 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 Goodyear Tires and Tubes. The nearest Goodyear Service Station S Il r MW If Offices Throughout the Rubber Company World H I immi i hi i am n At seventeen he commenced writing and turned out eighteen stories, all rejected by 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 tell you that the experience was worth all it ?IHty! ,ndeed h is! At eighteen he joined a regiment for service in the Philippines. Time to entrain found him ill with pneumonia, Arainit the wishes of his. captain and the orders of his doctor, he accompanied the outfit, being carried tothe cars by his buddies. Most stories are about the Tennessee andof. his Kentucky mountaineers. They are- his people and better than any other writer, he taiews and loves them. "The Clan Call." his most delightful tale, will soon start as a serial in this paper. Your misfortune if you miss it - 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- - Journal AND THE Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits of Columbia Complete Stock of Goodyear products" carried in stock at all times. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated agent billed to the Kentucky, State Fair Grounds, Louisville, Ky. All animals entered for exhibition, must be placed in the sevprior to 9 eral departments o'clock the morning of September 12th and if not so placed, the owners will forfeit all right to This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Ten- nessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired,start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. - -- . If you perfer an evening newspaper, you may stitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l, Send or bring your orders to the office of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. sub. III t'3i I lie;. Wm 11 Come on along! NC Fill up your makings papers with P. A easily because it's crimp cut and it stays put. It's the best bet you ever laid thafyou'll like Prince Albert better than any cigarette you ever rolled! And listen! If you have a jimmy pipe hankering by all means know what Prince Albert can do for you! JEt's a revelation in a pipe as well as in a cigarette! P. A. can't bite or parch. Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process. Prince Albert is Greatest sport you know to pull out your makin's papers and some Prince Albert and roll up a cigaA'.-i- rette ! That's because P. s so delightfully good and refreshing in a cigarette- just like it is in a jimmy pipe! You never seem to get your fill P. A.'s so handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and in the pound crystal glass hamidor with sponge moistener top. sold in toppy red bags, tidy red tins, exhibit or compete for prizes unless relieved from such forfeiture by the member in charge of the department. On the entry of each animal or article a card will be furnished the exhibitor specifying the department, the number of class and the number of entry, which card must remain attached to the animal or article during the exhibition. Stalls and pens will be assigned by the superintendent of stables upon presentation of certifi cate from the secretary that fees for same have been paid. Awards of prizes will be made by the single judge system but right is reserved by the member in charge of the department to vary from this rule when in his opinion it is deemed advisable and for the best interests of his department. 3 7j . wj'. HAIL In Field. One FIRE In Barn 9 3fc 3- Insurance Policy Protects every Minute - Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE ' 7i 355-- 1 W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance i IN. aeo 16-1- 9. 17-1- 9. 3S joy'usly friendly and appetizing. v Prince Albert will be a revelation to your taste! No othertobacco at any price is in its class! And, it rolls up Prince Albert the national joy smoke c W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE Fefft-ie-s International Made-toMeajsu- re Clothes. Building. - Second Floor, Advertise In The News 440 COLTJjUCBIA., BT5T. V Premiums in the live stock de partment will be paid on the grounds the day after the award is made. Premiums in the departments will be mailed as soon as poslible after the fair. In issuing these regulations, Mr. Hanna is answering the questions of thousands of persons who are potiring letters into his office asking information regardCopyright 1921 by R. J. Reynolds ing the exhibits. From the inTobacco Co. tf.C. quiries it appears that nearly double as many exhibits will be at the Fair this year as last year Regulations for the shipment which broke all records, Mr. of exhibits in the Kentucky Fanna says. State Fair September 12th-17tKentucKy Fair Dales. for the entry of exhibits and rules governing awards were anJefferson County Fair, Beuch-- . nounced by V- - C. Hanna, of Agriculture and by el', August Union County Fair, Union-towvirtue of his, office, Chairman of August913. the Kentucky State Fair. New P,erry ville Fair AssociaThe fair grounds will be open for the reception of stock and ar- tion, Perry ville, Aug. ticles for exhibition, Thursday, Mt. Vernon Fair Association, September 8th, and they should Mt. Vernon, August Lawrenceburg Fair Associa be shipped to the exhibitor his Winston-Sale. ht Com-misgion- er 9-1- 2. tion, Lawrenceburg, Aug. Brodhead Fair Association, Brodhead, August Ewing Fair Company, Ewing, August ' Laural County Fair Company, London, August Germantown Fair, German-towAugust Adair County Fair, Columbia, 2. August Pulaski County Fair, Somerset, August 30- - Sept. 2. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsvjlle, August 30- - Sept. 2. Knox County Fair, Barbour-vill2. August North Kentucky Fair, Florence, August 3. Campbell County Agricultural Socity, Alexandria, Aug. 18-20. Rough pavements and cross- .23-2- 6. n, 24-2- 7. . ings tempt the motorist to drisrej on street car tracks. While it 353 admittedly true that the occasional use of car tracks road conditions are almost fzn passable is justified, it is alscw true that the strain, on. ces&axEA parts of the tire due3 jnraiizm ous runntng on car tracks t&HBI not only quickly wear a. depresw-lrerE & 30-Sep- t. sion in the" tread robber; a5 n, 10-1- 2. 10-1- 2. ! "3Bri around the tire, but the sharpL bending action and overload, osb the fabric directly underthts depression will produce eveafesaEjr an inside fabric break. Riininas?: on car tracks i3 ai espanafra.' habifc and should be-- indulgiefl izu only in extreme necessity, is the? advice of the technical bsttisb department of the United. States.; Tire Go&ipany. A. barefoot the need of quick attLaRue County Fair Associaention to his 3urf ace cute-- sac tion, Hodgenville, JSept. bruises which given temporaiyr Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, protection are self healing. Tire?x Sept. cuts are also self haalfeg tread Kentucky State Fair, Loufc- - promptly treated with a heal-jhj- .' ville Sept. cut material,. "r e, 30-Sept. x 31-Sept.- -3. Ibby-appreciate- s - 1-- 3. 4-1- 0. -- 11-1- 7, l i &&.. : &jsL-&(t-s inwa 'ctw - 'ir-- " JP- - if s - "- - . J J ' i ! ' & j I v. i - sv 3 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. mmmmmwmmwmmmmmwmwwmmwwM mwwwmmmmmwmwwmmwwmmmwmwmwwM Columbia Fair Aug. Every Day 30.3 Sept. I and 2. 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 Qaited Sadddle Horse Stake, One Hundred Dollars. Road Horse Stake, One Hundred Dollars. i HIGHBE No r Liberal Premiums For Show Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Farm Products and Family Produce Exciting Base Ball Contest, A Good Game Every Day. PLENTY OF All H.'A. Walker President. CLASS MXTSIC. Per Cent. Deducted From The Winners. No Entrance Fee Charged On Any Race, Or Show. Premiums Paid In Full, (INCORPORATED) J. B. Coffey, Secretary. mmmmiwmmmmmMmmwimmiwmmmwmwm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmumwmmmmmmmwm Jamestown. Big Elm. The death of Mr. -- Wm. Hobson, for the Republican nomination for County Judge of "Russell county, brought ssrrow to many homes. Personal he was liked by both Demo-- " nd Republicans, and there . the county who . u.r js 'rfoat ne stood a good to be nominated for ; .vuty Judge. His death leaves - j? two contending candidates, wlge Sill and Mr. Edmunds, joud rDelieved that the race Will be close. y.--- who was r Willie H. Bloyd was born June 10th, 1870. and died July 29th, 1921. He was 51 years old at his last birthday. On March 15th 1895, he was married to Miss Turner. To this union were born four children. FathHe er, two sisters survive became converted very young under the preaching of Rev. Ed-mon- ia The protracted meeting began here Sunday night by Rev. Yan-c- y and Rev. Owen Lee. Mr. E. E. Workman, who is teaching school in Casey county was at home irom Friday until .Sunday. it-I- s The corn crop in Russell coun .ySooks exceedingly well, espe- cially on Cumberland river. - : When this letter goes to press tShe election will be over, leaving JEfcaay disappointed men in the aaunby. As we write we predict that STufige Carter will succeed him-se- lf as Circuit Judge of this district, and A. A. Huddleston will the Commonwealth's re-elect- Hiram Turner, of Wayne county, Presbyterian A Cumberland church was established at Grant's school house and young Bloyd was elected clerk for the church and remained in that capacity until he left that section. He had a nice farm and residence on Crocus creek where he died. The tuneral services were conducted by Rev. Ernest Hadley, who gave a very appropriate talk, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Turner grave yard to await the resurrection morn. And when the bells are sweetly J. J. Gabbert sold one mule colt to N. T. Jones for $40. Mr. George Wethinglon, of Clementsville, was through here laat week, buying calves and paying from $4 00 to $10.00. Mr. Grover Corneal, who has been to Hot Springs, returned home last Friday There are a few hogs selling herefrom $9.00 to $10.00 per 100. Mrs. Tina Jones is on the sick Attornqy, , I spoke of And the angels gladly singing, Jamestown being in darkness, We shall gather home. a.c efforts being made to install All the week and sad and weary, an electric light plant. If some We shall gather home. manin this town would show a In a city never dreary, little interest in the enterprise a We shall gather home. .stock company could, be raised J. A. Turner. fn a few hours and a plant put in. PellyJon. do not know of anything that KtHild be a greater benefit to Mr, J H: Pelley and wife, of .Jamestown. As we have ffore'said we do not know of an- Columbia, were visiting relatives , other county seat in the Stale here last week. without lights. lnBtall them There were quite a number and let your property advance in from this place attended the singing at Knifley last Sunday. shze. In a 'former letter ringing We shall gather home. list this week. Miss Laura Workman was visiting at Knifley last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Silas Chappel had a sunstroke last Friday. Mrs. Ermine Jeffers was visit ', ing her sister, Mrs. Emma at Casey Creek, last week. Holts-claw- Obituary. On Sunday, July 24, 1921, at his old boyhood home, near Ote, in Green Co., Ky., John Arthur Mitchell, who was killed in battle near Juvigna, France, Aug. 29th, 1918, whose remains were I -- previous day, were buried beside his mother in the garden on the farm of Iris 'father, J. A. Mitchell. The services were under the direction of Greensburg Post of American Legion, headed by Lieut. W. F. JMilbyand Dr. J. C. Graham, received-the and was opened by Rev. L. B, Hart, pastor of Ebenezer Pres-- ! byterian church of which he was a faithful member. Walter and Vernon Calhoun, Wilson with cornets, gave a' beautiful rendition of "Taps" which with the march to the grave by his old comrades and with the farewell volley over it, finished the impressive services with military honors. An immense crowd was present to show the last token of reHe spects to the soldier dead. was 30 years old when he made the supreme sacrifice, and is survived by father, 2 sisters and 5 brothers, and a host of friends and relatives. 1st. To the Government I feel constrained to express my deepest gratitude for the lovely manner in which the remains wrapped in a were handled clean blanket and pinned with large safety pins, and then a winding sheet and laid in a metal case lined with silk and packed with pillows, and placed in an oak casket and this again in a heavy box. Beyond a doubt his temains were identified by his teeth though all of the flesh was gone. I sqy this because so many have expressed doubt of the veracity of the Government. 2nd. To the neighbors who refused to be paid by the government for digging the grave, and the many tokens of sympathy that we have received from them, the casket draped ma large flag and covered with flowers' was a thing of beauty and a' token of love. J. A. Mitcheli, Ote, Ky. Vocational Training. Res. Phoe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- of the attention men that the disabled Ky , a local ofthere is in Louisville, fice of the Federal Board of Vocational Education, and from this of ficeare sent field representatives to the different counties to meet personWe wish to bring to Dr. J. N -- Murrell DENTIST- ally these disabled men and advise ? Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. them of their rights, and assist them j 0 of their rights.and assist them in tak- 3 UP STAIRS. a ing advantage of the opportunities offered. Ail men suffering from a vocational handicap, that is, some disability brought on by wounds, injuries or COLUMBIA, KY 1 disease while in the military service are entitled after establishing proof of the correction of the connect ion of the disability to the service to re ceive training in the school, trades or profession best suited to their dlsabil ity at the expense of the government and duriug the period of such training will receive a monthly training pay of 380.00 per month if single, and more if married, or have others dependent upon them for support. In addition to this the expense of books, tuition, tools and supplies will be paid gby the Federal Board. The instruction will be given as close to the home of the man as possible, and in many cases can be given in the town'in which he lives. Regardless of the nature of the disability, some training can be given that will be of benefit to the man accepr ing it. Any disabled man who feels he cannot continue kind of work he did before entering the military service, and has not yet applied for vocational training can make application at the Federal Board for Vocational Education, 7th floor, Denton Building, Cincinnati, O., where their cases will be taken up and if declared eligible will be notified to. that effect. Those men who already have b'eti notified that they are eligible for training can if they write to the Local Supervisor, Federal Board for Vocational Education, 453Francis building, Louisville, ' Ky., have a field representative call on them and explain to them, the advantages offered and ready to place them in training in occupations best suited is called for them. Special to the farmer hois tvho missed the opportunity of an elementary education that they may take a course in in connection with an elementary education. This training is termed "Training Under Section Two of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act " There are men who have been disabled only to a small extent, that does nob interfere with their work These men are .entitled to training under section three of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, and can be given training at the expanse of the government, but without the monthly training pay given nude section two The training rr ist be along the lines of their present occupation or one they had previously worktd at such as a correspondence or extension course. If you receive notice that a field representative is to be in your territory, kindly arrange to meet him, and talk things over with him. The hearty cooperation of the business men will be appreciated bv the Federal Board for Vocational Acri-culture - GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB