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COMMISSIONER SALE r Known Here. Mr E I. Alper, who was sixty-fiv- e years old; an optician by profession,' and known to a great many people about Columbia and out in the county, committed suicide at the Willard Hotel, Louisville, last Wednesday night. Vv hen he retired to his room, he was looking in hii usual health. He ended his life by taking cynanide chloride, as an empty bottle of the drug was found near him. He had been living at the Willard Hotel for about two years. Six or eight years ago he quit traveling as an optician, located at Scottsville, Ky., and was quite successful in dealing in oil stocks. He informed the editor of this paper, some months ago, that he had made about twenty thousand dollars in that business, and that it was not necessary for him to longer work. Two notes were found in his room, one directed to the manager of the hotel and the the other to Mr Jo Strull, West Market Street, who is also known in Columbia The note to the manager of the hotel read: "Please excuse this act of mine. Phone Joe Strull, City, 1454, and he will settle my bul and take care of my remains. "Respectfully "E. L. Alper." It is believed that he had been dead several hours when found. Mr. Alper was a Hebrew. . Teacher's Association. night, about 7 The Louisville Times of a-- recent o'clock, Mr. R. M. Hurt, known all date had an article on the game of over the county as c,Tobe," died at the golf and the wide birth Gen. Garnett residence of his sister, Mrs. W. B. had given this pasttime until after he Bo we, three miles out on the Burkes-vill- e visited a picture show and saw the road. He had been on the de- game played on the screen He had cline for several years, and while it looked upon it as a time killer, but was generally believed that the end after witnessing the strokes upon the was approaching, his going away was a surprise to all his relatives and friends. He was one of the best known men in Adair county, a. friend to every body and everybody was his friend, hence the intelligence of his demise brought tender emotions to many hearts. He had served this county as Sheriff and as deputy sheriff, and he was also in the revenue service for several years He was a son of Y. E. Hurt, who was a prominent official of this county for a number of years, brother of Rolllu Hurt, who is now Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals. His other living brothers are Cyrus Hurt, who is in the West, L. B. Hurt, Y. E. Hurt, Jr. His sisscreen he concluded that it was scientific and healthful and his mind was at once made up to join a club There was a move on foot for new members on Cherokee road, and the General signed. Here is what the Times says of Mr. Garnett's first experience: The cinema has caused the downfall of a great many persons and been the cause of many a heartbreak due to ambitions which were never realized. Judge James Garnett is the latest of these victims The Judge, who is es sentially a most intellectural person, has always looked down from his Jovian heights with the utmost scorn on the game of golf; in fact, he has always regarded the royal and ancient pastime patronizingly, indulgently, as the harmless sport of old duffers who have otherwise lost their usefulness in the scheme of life. This was the Judge's attitude up to a few days ago, when he attended a local movie show where an unusual golf picture was exhibited, and he then became thoughtful and decided that there might be something in it after all. The more he thought the more determined he became to play golf himself. To keep secret the dis graceful depths to which he had sunk, he crept forth at dawn to the links, dragging a hitherto scorned and lowly golfing friend to witness how he could play golf after being shown how by feeble-minded ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. H. J. Henson, Plaintiff J. I. Curry, Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren dered at the July Term thereof, 1921, in the above cause, for the sum of six dolhundred and sixty-fou- r and 0 lars with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 2nd day of March 1920, until paid, and $79.25 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-bcusdoor in Columbia, Ky , to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 5th day of Sept , 1921, at One o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County Court), upon a credit of six months, the fol!owingttescribed property, to wit: A certain tract of laud lying in Adair Couuty Kentucky, on the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek, and adjoining the lands formerly owned by Mrs. Onie Poynter, and the lands of Mrs. Octavia Cole, Bxbe Burton de ceased, J. E Burton, and W. A. Coffey and Clem Burton and is about one mile southeast of Purdy P. O., and contained originally about 65 acres, but there has been sold off of same and conveyed to Green McCorkle about 10 acres and about I acre for a School Lot, and is the same land on which J. I. Curry now resides. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so orderered. to be made For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be comply with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 27-10e vs 4 The Teacher's Association for dist Church last Tuesday evening to 2, will be held at Rowetown, Aug-consider the advisability of reorganiz- 19, 1921. The following program will ing the Adair Co., S. S. Association. be rendered: Representatives from the various Devotional Exercise Joe Stotts. churches were present. After disSinging Muncy Coomer and class. cussing the subject, it was agreed Welcome Address Mrs Sam BreedMetho. at the wise to reorganize Rev. Jesse Murrell was chosen temporary Chairman, Miss Sallie Baker, Secretary. It was decided to hold a meeting at some point in the county during October, at which time it is hoped that e'ery school in. the county will be represent ed. There will probably be a State worker present at that time. H. C. Baker, R. V. Bennett and Z. T. Williams were appointed a committee on program and arrangements. The Secretary requests that each school in the county send in at once, the name of Superintendent and average attendance. that it would be ing Annye Branham. Duties of the parents Esther Teaching beginners to read Response Whit-loc- k. the work. Myr-ti- e Patterson. School environments and measures of improvements Mrs. Nannie Roach. "Order is heaven's first law," How shall we secure it? Corrinne Rippetoe Physical exercises demonstrated Sanford Hurt How secure best attention in class Will Walker. Why should the teacher follow the course of study Mrs. Sam Breeding. How can the teacher create a school sentiment Delia Sexton. Cjustitutional amendment Supt. Loy. Compulsory school law Oil Rig Removed. ters are Mrs. W. B. Rowe, Mrs Jennie Mr. T. A. Sheridan, who has been Johnson, Miss Mattie Hurt and one half sister, Mrs. M. E. Dohoney, who lives in New Mexico. years The deceased was sixty-eigh- t old ana was strictly honorable from his youth, a man of courage and de- termination, one who kept his own counsel, but what he did he did well, hence his death removes a man who stood for the right upon all occasions. ilany years ago he united with t-- Methodist Church living a consistent member until the final dissolution His wife, who was Miss Mattie Garnett, died years ago. She left no children. The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon in the home where he died, and his body was laid to rest in the Hurt burying grounds, near Tabor. Peace to his honorable memory Goes to New YorK. i.o is a prominent physician and surgeon of this place, will soon leave Columbia, having the movies. Greatly to his surprise, after several healthy swings, the ball was still on the tee; a few more violent lunges resulted in a gain of about ten yards. Everything was not so simple as it seemed after ail; in fact, Judge Garand then nett's card read he ceased to struggle However, while his ambitions to play like the man in the picture have been tempor arily crushed, he now ' regards golf with a great deal of respect and gives as his reason for not being able to do it just right at first that his muscles have not yet learned to and function in the proper manner." The fact that he has discovered an alibi so early in the game is a most hopeful symptom of the Judge's future. The Adair County News has known Gen, Garnett all his life and in games he haB at all times been extra good, but when he was a small lad, about six six years old, his favorite amusement was sticking pins. At all gatherings he took a front, seat, having the lapel of his coat well supplied with the stickers. When the assembly was dismissed, he started out hurriedly, a pin in each hand, and he never missed a man, but he often heard words other than those used in a Sunday-school. Memorium In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Gaither Bryant who departed this life August 1, 19d0. He suffered much he murmered not We watched him night and day His aching heart grew less aud less, Until he passed away. Some day some time our heats shall see Dr.O P. Miller, v. a position on a residental staff, who in chaige of a large hospital in New York, N. Y. He is a very competent physician and surgeon and he and his estimable wife will be greatly missed from this place They leave for New York early in September. The doctor, at this time has no idea how long he will be away from Columbia. Is That face we loved so well, Some day our hands shall clasp in his To never say farewell. Aud when the evening shades are falling And we are all alone, To our hearts there comes a longing If he only could be home. Sadly missed by wife and children. The Lindsey- - Wilson will open tember 6th and prospects are good for a splendid beginning. The dormitor ies have been put in a good sanitary condition, and the best of water is on the grounds. The faculty is made up of experienced teachers, and the discipline is correcr,. The school is run economically, aud the closest attention is paid students. There is no reason for parents to send their children away from home, pay high board when they have a school right at is a their door. The Lindsey-Wilso- n home institution and it should be liberally patronized. The citizens of Columbia and out in Adair couuty contributed largely to its establishment, therefore, it should be given their hearty support. What size town would Columbia be at this time had not this school been established here? Take in the situation and patronize the home school. I have sale. 43-- 2t sixty barrels of good corn for Mrs. Lillian Conover. Died at Crocus. little son of Mr. J. L. McLeata got himself in a very critical condition one day last week He was playing in the yard and came across a little metal Jack that had been lost. He put it in his mouth and it slipped down his throat and lodged. The lit tle fellow soon became in an alarming A afternoon Alice, a young daughter.of Mr. and Mis. Bryan Miller, died at the home of her parents, a victim of pulmonary trouble. She was. a bright child and was tenderly nursed by her loved o ies until Notice. called from her suffering. She will be greatly missed from the , home, as her Pay your Graded School Tax. Five parents, brothers and sister-- : dearly per cent penalty added November 1st. loved her. Her funeral was largely Bruce Montgomery, Treasurer. attended and there were many beauti43-ful flowers. The entire neighborhood is in sympathy with the surviving Mr. W. D. Jones, who tins been a members of the family. railroad appraiser for several years, has finished his work and will shortly Mr.' T. F. Reece, who has managed return, witli nis family, to Knoxville, V. M. Gowdy's wholesale house here where he resided before accepting a for some time, has tendered "lus resig position with the Railroad Company. nation and Mr. "Ralph Waggiper has He will practice law and engage in taken his place. Mr. Wairgener is the real estate business. n over this section, and wil doubtless stimulate the business. Mr. G. T. Flowers, who formerly Mr Reece has accepted a poition as lived jn Columbia, now a citizen of for Goff Bros., and we Mouticeilo, who. was a Republican salesman will make them a go.d man. he Candidate for County Judge Wayne 3t Tast Sunday well-know- be-lie- of Driscoll, charged with being one of the men Judge W. T. Hendrickson was nom- who attempted to rob the Bank of .WANTED. Efficient saleslady for inated in Taylor county for County Columbia, will come up at a special The Louisville Conference of the The Fair Catalogues are being set and dry goods term of court, called for Aug ;st 29th. MVE. Church, South, will meet at up in this office and will be out as Eld. Porter Norris, of Memphisopportunity for live Judge, He served one term which Scottsville September 21 ended four years ago. soou as possible. It will contain fifty Tenn., will begin a series of meeting Free chance on the automobile by I;, t,Jj6&to'wants t0 Iearn- - Address By attending the show you get a attending the shows. at Smith's Chapel the 4th Sunday in. Throe good The contest for the automobile is pages, premium list and, JJtUlUlujr..., j. i t ones this week. this month. Every body invited free chance for an automobile. now on,' at Paramount theater. 'condition, and to save him. it took heroic efforts county, was defeated dusky. by-- J S. San- The trial of ..Raymond operating near the Mouth of Greasy Creek, in Russeii county, and who pulled up and removed his machinery to this place, has removed his rigs to Cumberland county, and will put down three deep wells. The first well will be drilled on the Smith lease, the second, on the Nor-ri- s lease and the third on the Traylor Presented a Saddle Horse. lease. These leases were purchased by Mr. Sheridan from Richardson & Goff, this place. Mr Sheridan has It is known, that very recently, Dr. L. C. Nell, of Gradyville, had about first class machinery and he proposes to one thousand dollars worth of stock, put down three deep wells. The work mules and horses, killed by lightning. v?ill start the latter part of this week. They have already commenced refinIn the number was his saddle horse ing gasoline in the Creelsboro Field. The sympathy of the doctor's friends went out to him from all over the The smallest unit is now going and a county. A few days ago a saddle larger one will soon be in operation. horse was purchased from Mr. L. B. Quite a number of operators were in Hurt for 8140 by ten of Dr. Nell's the Creelsboro Field last week, and it friends, and on Friday it was is said that at least a dozen wells delivered to him The doctor was will be started in a very short time. able to meet his loses, but this act For Sale. upon the part of special friends, was most gratefully appreciated, and the Farm, one mile north of Militown. donors w ever be remembered. 60 acres; 40 in cultivption; good orA Big Sale. chard, boxed house, new barn, school house on farm. Can be bought for On Saturday, Aug. 27, at my home, $1,000. near Montpe'ier, I will sell to the J. A. Garrison, Militown, Ky t highest bidder, the following: One 20 horse Atlas boiler and enAnnouncement gine One No. 2 Geyser saw rig, with side edger and wood saw. We have decided it. is best, to dis30.C00 feet of lumber and logs. continue our Columbia branch of our " Four work horses, 20 head of thor- wholesale grocery business, and from oughbred Duroc hogs. now on we will ship all Columbia and plant! nine Adair county orders, from our One J. B. Colt Light lights and an arm. One Deering house, and by this arrangeBinder. One McCormack Mower and ment, we hope to give as good service, rake, One International Riding Plow. and better prices V. M. Gowdy, Co Wheat and Corn drills. 2 buggies and 1 wagon; 2 vulcaa Rev. L. B. Hart was greeted by a turning plows. Lob of good wook harlarge audience at the Presbyterian ness. church last Sunday forenoon, and as One nice piano, good as new. usual he delivered a very entertainHousehold and kitchen furniture. ing discourses. His sermon at the All over ?10, twelve months time evening hour was also very helpful. Sale starts a 8:30 o'clock. As a minister, he is very much liked J. S Breeding, Auctioneer. here hy the congregation and also C. E Young members of other" Churches He Is not only a preacher but is a teacher. Notice. He resides at Greensburg and peaches for three Churches. My Farm 112 acres, for sale located on pike within twenty minutes drive The Adair County News has been Ky. unusually busy for the past month, of Columbia, G. M. Stevenson, and the office is crowded with work 42-1 Columbia, Ky. at this time. Four hands are constantly at the cases and are turning The holiness meeting closed at Gar-li- n out work as fast as possible. Hand last, Wednesday night. The in your work. It will not be long bepreachers and their helpers went to fore it can be reached. White Oak where they opened a W. N. Hancock of Cane Valley, meeting. this county, sold, a few days ago, a LexThe County Court Clerk issued the Red Bird mare to Bob Moland,of 8500. The sire of this following marriage licenses last week: ington, for C. VanHoy, Noel T, Pickett to Mary Rogers; Spur-geo- n mare is owned by W. county. this Tray lor to Mary E. Reece. " a E. G. Hard-wic- k. Lesson assignment Harlan Keltner The purpose of the recitation J, E Pulliam. Beautifying the school room and grounds Mrs. H. H. Harvey, Advantages and disadvantages oC school entertainments Ruth Stotts Tardiness as a problem in attendanceLuther Bell. When should the speller be introduced and why G. R. Jesse. g Advantage of E. D.' Roberts. Why should the fifth and sixth grades not be taught every year Gaither Hadlay. How secure a school library Mrs.O. cross-gradin- G Rowe 43-2- Should pupils be required to recite Annye Lee Branham. Corporal punishment O. G. Rowe. Why should the teacher study tha pupil Mrs Effle Page. Give your opinion of following the program in the course of study Tina Campbell. How secure good attendance Lenia Reece. All teachers are required to attend or teach an extra day. Sanford Hurt, Pres. Lenis Reece, Sec. memory gems Notice. Bryant Shearer, now an inmate of the Kentucky State Reformatory, Frankfort, convicted of Murder in Adair County, hereby gives notice of application for pardon. Wilbur Smith, who lives a few miles out of Columbia came totown Monday night to see relatives. He hitched his horse near the residence of M r W. C. Murrell and entered the home During his stay some thief stole the saddle from his horse and also the bridle, leaving old wornoufc ones in their stead. Up to Wednesday morning there was no clew. It is a shame that such outrages occur in a civilized community. It is also reported that old General Drunk was in towu until a late hour that night. Mr. Camp-bejlsvil- le v 2 The following named persons were nominated for magistrate on Saturday the 6th: Geo. L. Wolford, Jasper Doss, W. T. Burton, Jo Z. Conover, Alvin Loy, Lafe Akin, W. S. Hind-maJ. J. Biggs, Allen Walker and E. S. Rice. In this list there are six Republicans and four Democrats. Only seven can be elected in November. n, The S. H. Grinstead Co., purchased in the month of July 45,000 lbs., of poultry and 28,500dozen eggs, which 0. brought the farmers more than Good for the farmers they are the people who keep the world" movB. E. Wilson, Mgr. ing. $14,-50- depart-menfcvxGoo- ready-to-we- ar d - j M., 43-2- - V V. i T $0& "7 7 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS T WOMEN KEENLY FEEL RESPONSIBILITY Parent Teachers' Associations of Kentucky United In -- A modern tale cf romance, the characters of which might fit an earlier century. Favoring the Two 'Amendments Associations of Or wards y The Parent-Teache- rs the state will do everything in their SCHOOLS SHOULD lower to carry the two amendments to BECOME STRONGER the Constitution in November by a Jarge majority. president, sent the statement giv-- n below to your staff correspondent: "I am so glad to have the opportunity of saying a few words in favor of the two Constitutional amendments to he voted on at theNovember election. "Thq amendment which proposes to take the office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction out of politics is of vast importance, as our school system can never attain the perfection we hope for it until we, by one united vote in November, shove politics as far away from school administration as possible. There is no more important position in the whole state than that of Mrs. George C. Wel-don, The 4o IT BEATS 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 heavily armed prepared to thai the band. ' effect WE ARE accustomed. BUT If' They Are to Keep Pace With the Progress In Other Lines. Miss Ada May Cromwell, chairman of the Division of Education of Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, believes a strong school system would mean greater opportunities for the boys and girls in the rural schools. THE WAY this thine. KEEPS POPPING up. THE OTHER night. 1 ITS a mouthful. AS YOU'LL agree if yon. BROKE all rules.. high-hro- AND READ AND a .. hook. JUST PUT it into good. UNITED STATES, like this. "SON, YOU'LL be running. ON FOUR In an interview with your reporter she had the following to say: young"The whole troop of care-fre- e sters pass my gate when school lets out. One lassie often lifts the latch and comes in. Sometimes to ask for a drink, occasionally to bring me a note from the teacher. "What she really conies in for is to get a moment inside my library, to touch my pens in the rack, to feast her HERE'S a hot one. THAT IT handed me. "MANY OF us find. THAT TASTE affords. ONE OF fiat tires. IF YOU don't hurr7. the fairly. SATISFACTIONS. yourself around. THE ONLY cigarette. THAT SATISFIES." AND WRAP kill on sight; where the sufferings of mother-lovsister-lov- e e, the women, wife-lov- DEPENDABLE AND IT e and OF EVERYDAY living: are working a 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. change-i- seems. well describes Chesterfields' mildness, their mellowness, their delicacy of sjoma and smooth, even "body." It tcok the finest varieties of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos to do .t and the highest order of skill in blending them. Yes, the Chesterfield blend is a secret. It UPON LONG reflection. THEY Satisfy" nothing: THAT SATISFACTION. COMES CLOSE to being. THE LONG sought HIGHEST GOOD."' OF COURSE WRITTEN AND POLISH that isn't. which, can't be copied. AIR-TIGH- WITH the ease. MMI I . . . to Have you seen the new T tins of SO? Read ttm a serial in these columns KIND TO Mrs. George C. Weldon. gMiss Ada May Cromwell. 'TRAMP'; GETS $1,500 Jiw "W JT' CIGARE TTES Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. Superintendent of Schools, and by the present school laws he must be changed every four years no matter how efficient he is nor howuibly he has administered school affairs during his term of office. With each change of administration comes a shaking up in the Department of Education which is very bad for our schools, for of course each incumbent has ideas of his own which just begin to work out before the next upheaval. Our schools need the continued, concentrated thought of one able man who may succeed himself. "When Democrats and Republicans alike agree that the proposed amendment is the only solution of our school problem here in Kentucky what need to make it a political issue, anyway? There is no party in 'education as received by our children. "The amendment to funds is also vastly important, as, it seems to be the solution of the rtfral school problem, by giving the rural child in the most isolated district an even chance with the child in the more prosperous community. "The women of Kentucky on whom rests largely the great responsibility of educating" the children must avail themselves of the privilege of suffrage and must use that privilege conscientiously. Women of Parent-TeachAssociations must keenly feel the responsibility to such an extent that they will not only cast their vote for these amendments, but will explain them to others and persuade them to the same course. For the sake of our children and our friends' children let us strive to make it an overwhelming majority er Generous Act of Eleven Years Ago Pays Handsome Dividend to brown eyes on the rows of books in the Chicago Woman. cases and to fondle the pile of manuscripts on my desk. Her hunger is for Chicago. Mrs. Joseph Peddicord, good books, for there is talent in that 1837 South Park avenue, North Chismall being palpitating for developcago, is figuring how she "will spend ment. "I trod daily the same hot road to her unexpected legacy of $1,500 from the same district school, conducted un- the estate of George Foster Paddock, der the same school system. I sat on former millionaire banker of Water-towN. Y. the same straight-backe- d bench, ciphEleven years ago Paddock, having ered at the same old rough blackboard and got my stockings full of the same lost a second fortune, appeared at the cockle burrs at play time. door of Mrs. Peddicord's home and T have been asked for my honest asked for food, drink and car fare. A opinion as to the school system of Kendrink of real Scotch whisky, a breaktucky, and I write it down plainly that I fast and 50 cents were forthcoming, do not believe that the little lassie, who whereupon the then tramp remarked: liftsjuy latch, has one iota of a better "I shall not forget your kindness." When Paddock died last Septemchance than I had. r "Our standard is low. Our "system is ber, after inheriting a fortune from inadequate. We are not now, any more his brother, it was found that he had years ago, giv- left $1,500 to Mrs. Peddicord, who has than we were thirty-fiv- e ing the Kentucky child its due, and just been notified of her good fortune. wx Pains Were Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, Bluford, 111., got rid of I her ills. "During My pains were terrific. I thought I would die. The beanng-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower .. Fart of my stomach .was felt as if life for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try. EVERYTH1NGVIN n, ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood was awfully weak . . . ... and American, Fence. 9T just as I have been hampered and de- in November." THE PLAYTHING OF POLITICS layed in my life's work because of this MULE CARRIES HIM 70 MILES lack, so will the lassie be hampered. So will be all the thousands of lads and Doctor Makes Tedious Trip Over lassies who are depending upon the Road in Order to public school for their chance. Save Patient "Take the office of State Superintendent of Public instruction out of Yreka, Cal. The automobile means politics, thus we will arrive at the ru- much to the doctor these days, but it diments of a new school system which means nothing to the Yreka surgeon by reason of its newness and vigor will on some of his calls. make rapid growth into a great system. Br. Robert H. Heaney of this city "The royal road to this system lies In has just returned from a seventy-mil- e the adoption of the two proposed country trip over amendments to the State Constitution, to Forks of Salmon, where he was which will be submitted to the people called by the illness of Miss Georgia at Jhe November, 1921, election. Smith. "My plea to every woman in the The snow was eight to ten feef state is: deep on part of the trip. The physi"Make the voting for these two cian arrived in time to perform a sucamendments a matter of consecrated cessful operation for appendicitis, and duty to childhood. Vote for the same reported the young woman on the road measure you pray for." to recovery. Because of the .barriers In the path to the place, the doctor tried to r6nt the airplane of Clydt Bangborn, but it was in the shop fol repairs, and the trip had to be madf on a mule. Snow-choke- d snow-covere- d V tl Cf VVdJ PTinio V1JVV ft Orkcfrc JiJkJ DEHLEP BROS. CO ." Incorporated 116 Caat Matkel Streci' Between first and brook Louisville, Ky. TAKE AROUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself thank Gou am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. UMGLE SAM GOES "SEALING" Expects to Get 30,000 Pribilof Pelts in Summer Drive This Year. Fill out this ad and learn what It means to have a phonograph in your home, which has sustained the test of direct comparison with liyiny artists oyer 4,000 times, before orer four million people. free trial ofthe NEWEDISON 3 davs ySs til . s- - Seattle, Wash. Sealskin coats as 0 many as can be made from about skins will be the objective this summeK In the government's drive on its seal preserves on the Pribilof Islands, which lie In the Bering sea, 30,-00- $10,000 in cash prizes Mr. Edison offers S3 cash prizes, totalling $10,000, for the best phrases to distinguish his instrument from other phonographs and Hating a New Edison In your home will gire yon ideas for good phrases. Ask for information folder. Contest doses September 9. Act quickly. talking-machine- s. Alaska. Slaughter of the Pribilof seals began this year in June and will continue through the summer months, it .was announced here recently. Last year 28,000 seals, were taken and this year it is hoped to get 30,000. Recently the U. S. S. Saturn of the Navy department's transport service arrived "here to load supplies for the on tha annwal summer campaign islands. The Saturn Is taking to the Pribllofs eight expert furriers from a St. Louis firm which acts as fiie selling agent for the government. off Nam. Addrist-- HERBERT TAYLOR Columbia, Ky. Take Cardui ' ih r-- o,j ";ZTf , Steals Baby's Bathtub. The "meanest thief" sought by the Marquettepolice. He Invaded the rear porch of the home of Henry Itumph, 2049 Fluornoy The Russian bolsheviki, having street, and"stole a small metal bathtub used by Mrs. Itumph in bathing failed to annihilate the world, is her daughter Florence, two years "old. Chicago. pre- :::::: 1.82 EAGLE "MIKADO"- - Bfcs PemnlNo.174 For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades . w iinw "! V " . hi rnrn inirvMi r r 'T The News S1.50 in Ky, now begging the world to sent starvation from- - annihilat- in2 them- - ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND , ' "EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEV7 YORK y , t , hKffriu. - & ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . t 3 fULAN f 5 BIG STOCK '- OF CLOTHING 2 9 9 9 ) fco Hta Hgpsburjf Liebe J P,aSNBUl Illustration by I" X am now ready supply young men, old men and boys with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving new I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this line, call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I iuy stock offline shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them 9 9 9 9 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. BUGGIES AND WAGONS. 1 have a large supply of the very best makes and ing and walking plows, all kinds I am selling them at ivin prices. Rid- at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. - to the but mountain-mindeTennessee hills. Joining the Morelands, he 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. 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! 9 city-fire- THE pull of a strange fascination took Bill d d, WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, AC Vs? KENTUCKY. m Sm. Illlllllllllllliillilllllililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniilliiti Tm kSoSWNSSSNSS Ing the hunt, She was ta'.:en to her "Dips" Robbed of Haven When Art Center Moves Burlington House, 'the present home of the Royal London. Academy exhibition, does not seem to afford such a fine harvest for pickpockets as the great room at Somerset House, where exhibitions were held until 1S37. remarks the London Morning Post. A wooden dado ran round the room. and when after the possession, resigned academy this was removed In the courw of renovations, the narrow space between it and the brickwork was found to be stuffed with innumerable pure, ancient and modern an eloquent testimony and to sucvvful p cleverness in disposing of recognizable property. r home. CHASES BLACK CHICK AWAY One of That Color Was Enough in This Hen's Family, So She Drives In- truder Off Nest AI'e"town. Pa. Does a Vtting hen as v.ate ideas with colors or has she n knowledge of arithmetic. 1 ''is is the problem that is puzzling n ar:ateur chicken fanclw who is try-'r.to practice eco . iiny while follow-'12- : his favorite hobl, A Kho'le Island Red lurched seven vellow and one black clucks; three .! iys later another hen !: ought forth a iro d of four yellow aivl one black ""S of fluff. Vor eo.noiny's sake tlu cond flock i doubled up with the llrst. The and , i fhvr hen opened lwv "ings g is Better to Have it and Not Need It than to Need k and Not Have It." 'it "i,n Vm VK. m. Vt rr j)K:)K X MOR-AJS- Colun biaj Barber Shop 5e E LOWE A Sanitary Shop, wherb both Satisfaction'and Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 'The Only Sure Way is to se Us Before It Happens. rsrsTXR-AJsrc- E i)K Used as HENRY W. DEPFr JJE32CTIST 40 Years LOST 3S HC'JFS IN WOODS Youncj'Girl Turns Up at New Jersey Farm After Night in Woods. N. lucked a welcome to" th newcomers md all weit well until she spotted the two black ch'cks together. Then she Njr.v red. One black chic'' was enough !! promptly family, and sv necked andxehased the : 'tiding: black out of her nest. fr its branches COLUMBIA., KY. in- 'axjl. - REED BROS. Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Worjc Done. Crowning and Inlay Work a Specialty. . CARDUl The Woman's SETS ARMY HIKING RECORD All Work ... J. Eh'e Wolke, eighteen years old. daughter of Karl Wolke, occupant of a small bungalow on the edge of the dense woods here, was returned to her parents after she had stayed for 3G hours in the woods. poSearching parties of farmers-an- d lice, aided by ten dogs, scoured the woods for the girl, but were unable to find her. Some time later she entered the home of Morris Kapaloff, a fanner, two miles from here on the road to Tom's River. Her clothes were torn and her face and arms scratched from "brambles. She was unable to tell her name, but said .the family .letter box 7 on .the rural was . route. Kapaloff learned from the girl that she had slept during the night in a cemetery In the woods, where two parties of searchers had converged dur-Lakewood. free-delivery Private John McGregor Makes 500 Miles in Fourteen Days With Full Pack. Guaranteed Office: net door to post office. Tonic Washington. An been completed by Private John McGregor of tie Second' division, believed by veteran Infantrymen here to establish a new record for long- The practical joker is' not alendurance test has ways as practical is his jokes. The good do not always dieJ young. You are still with us. , Truth is mighty, but it is ofpeupie sue au atiugjr lucjt ten circumvented by a sneaky are unwilling to part with their little lie. distance hiking with full pack for the army. argue own meanness. When fools begin to Major General HirboId. executive Veteriaary Surgfon and Dentist s of & assistant to General Pershing,chlef of wise men keep their mouths shut And still, we are, not entirely Good news, fellows! Report Issued the official reports of staff, hope. Some day itLis Special attention given Disease McGregor's feat showing that The person who is wedded to has it that there will be no im- without Domestic Animals last 500 miles of the march OOuie wise man keeps his thoughts to himself. The fool lets him keep his, too. The Sold Everywhere r.e A L. H. G. Jones , ed In 14 days, an average of more than 35 miles a day. The entire distance covered wa"s 1,100 miles, from San Antonio, Tex., to Denver", Colo., and was' made !n 40 marching days. the trouble should get a divorce. mediate reduction in taxation. -- sure to rain." Office at BesUence, Who authorized the erection of the bill board at the cemetery The News 11.60 in Kentucky. gate? If wood alcohol produces blind-nes- a There are people, of course,, it would seem that a lot of who live to learn, only to die and people prefer not to see the light. be forgotten. ' 1 mile of town, o .ameetown road. Columbia, Kyr " THE ADAilSCOUNTYrNEWS fLd&ir Coaivty Nes - Published On Tuesdays flt Colam6i&i Keivtacky- Ford c. fiSVe3- - J B. MURRBLL, VIRS. DAISYIHAMLETT Hcito '.Mgr MS r A Democratic Newspaper devoted to the Interest of the city of Columbia'and the People of Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered attheColumba' mail matter. Post-offi- Sl ::-- li3S5ii3S'- r. 3$ dfesS ssfessaa HfcsSm kz&i - sJW"" Vr-?'- - as second .'f:&.; ... --v- -J i$S"' -- mmi OF1 sale st 'th por- ; -- - - o and and Personal Property i. -- -- &-- rzuusszrii :WSS22 i ON . TUESI). AUG. 16. 1921, SUBSCRIPTION :iRICE: .'n Kentucky $1.50 F.O.B. Detroit -- 7 T The improvements consist of a two-stor- y s ' 52.00 Outside of Kentucky Payable in Ad- All Subscriptions are due and Martin, who wss the last surviving member of the Conferderate Congress, died at Ocala, Fla , on August 11th. Col. John Marshall r3 r? KQS, At 9 O'clocock a. m. As assignee of Frank P. Brown, I will sell to the highest and best bidder 140 Acres of Wefl Improved, Fertile Land in Boyle County, Kentucky, 4 miles out the Lexington Pike from Danville. frame dwelling of six rooms with two halk and two large ches, cellar and cistern; one large tobacco barn 61x100 feet, 20 foot boxing; another crib, shed on each side; a screened poultry house and other out buildings. stock barn with tile silo, 16x48; one side of this barn equipped for dairy cows; 300 barrell screened corn Stock water from large W IS pond and concrete pool. 30 acres in corn, 5 acres in tobacco, 25 acres oats and wheat stubble balance in grass. This is a splendid farm and very desirable. two-yeold bay At the same time and place will sell the following personal property; 1 ar given out, from Washington, President that Harding has selected Major General Leonard Wood to become Govenor of the Philippines, and that the General has accepted. been Miss Susan MacGriffith, 19, of Livingston, Rock Castle county, has been missing for a week and her uncle, who lives in California, It has is searching for her. The ing girl was last seen in miss- The nude body of Mrs. Kate Mahoney was found in a. trunk at Seattle, Washington, last week. She was wealthy and had recently married. Jas. E. Mahony, her husband, is suspected of her murder. The Louisville Post thinks it very strange thatfSecretary Mellon did not suggest a tax on chimneys and windows. Mellon don't care a cuss howmuch taxes the people pay, just so he receives his salary. Hejcan deposit that and let the banks pay the taxes on it. Buiitwith over strength in every part; built to withstand uie constant strain of heavy duty: tested out uncsr every condi' tion of far cd aiio t.s VAik, and ut to actual test by 170.000 owners during the past three years ,ha Fordscn Tractor has lived up to every claim made for it. No matter what tbe farm tssls whether plowing, disking, harrowing threshing, baling hay, grinding feed, pumping water, sawing wood, pulling stumps, filling silos, or any of the many other jobs around the farm, the Fordson will not only do and do well, but quicker, easier and at less expense. There are so many different time and money saving ways in which the Ford-so- n can be used that you owe it to' yourself to get the facts. Come in and see the Fordson, or write or phone for the information. ffiSPFSr--i gelding, I 1 yearling bay gelding, 1 stallion, 1 aged bay mare, 1 pair of mules, 6 Jersey milch cows, I two year old Jersey heiffer, 2 yearling Jersey heifers, black steer, 1 grade Jersey bull, 1 regis- tered Jersey bull, 15 sho'ats, 3 brood sows, 1 registered boar; 2 horse farm wagon, tobacco setter, 1 tractor and equippment, 1 cutting harrow, 2 turning plows, 1 cultivator, 2 double shovel plows, cutting box, hay frame, one horse cultivator, mowing machine, corn planter, 1 one horse planter gasoline engine, grind stone, corn crusher, slide, one half interest in wheat drill, automobile 10,000 tobacco sticks, 64 bales of stratf, SI bales oats, a lot of wagon gear, harness and small tools. As every one knows, this must be an ABSOLUTE SALE. Somebody is sure to secure a bargain. M be sold on a credit of six and twelve months, the pnrchaser to execute bonds for the purchase price bearing six per cent interest. However, there is a Ten Thousond Dollar ($10,000.00) loan on the farm from an rnsurance company for twenty years, will The land and arrangements can perhaps be made to continue this for the purchaser if so desired. to be given January 1, 1 Posses-sio- n 922. will be sold seperately or with the land. The personal property will be sold on a credit of three'months, For any further information apply to the undersigned at Lancaster, Kentucky. The crops on the land G. 8. SWiie6road, jjlssiiee of Fr&rvk P. groJiv. REMODEUHQ-REP- AI NG IJKWETANan.itf.AKEUP TT"fcCV-FU- R STORAGE The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORATED GREEN & GREEN, SKINS OF YOUR OWN CATCH Help Us In FURRIERS KY. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, 1138 S. Third Columbia, - Kentucky. seen the stock yards, and yet they are the greatest in the world. You can watch a steer unloaded from a stock car and watch it step by step until its meat is in a refrigerator ready for shipment. You can trace the path of the hide, and the tallow, the horns and the hoofs and even down to the blood and the hair, step by step until they are all turned out a finish ready for the market. And yet but few Americans ever think of visiting this marvel of the age. The" stock yards are only one of the many sights to be seen in this country. It would require years of i ravel to see and comprehend them all. It seems to be the custom for many people who amasa a competence to rush right over to some foreign country to "see the sights," all of which could be seen at home on the screen for a few cents. They see a few things over there, and miss a lot of things over here. Often they are embarassed to find that some foreigner who has never been here has a better knowledge of this country than they have themselves. by-produ- Sparksville. Mr. C. C. Rowe Jr., and family have arrived from Illinois. They will be here for some time. A little son of Mr. C. W. Roberts was sent to Louisville st few days ago for an operation. He was afflicted with appendicitis. Since the operation he has been doing nicely. Squire L. Akin, George Akin, Jr., and Elbert Page accompanied him to Mr. Elbert Page and family, of Illinois and will leave for their home the 20th. Mr. J. C. Wooten is here from Illinois and will likely buy a farm Time of Need. The Committee has let the contract to build a new Christian Church at Knifley, but seats are to be purchased, and the mon ey for the expense of them has not been believed from the amount of vilThe killing of men by women ifying that was being sent out has become quite common. Sev- against him, would be nominated eral were shot and killed last and so told the Commonwealth. week by the gentler sf x. Us- Now that paper has to swallow ually the woman kills her hus- all that it said and support band, or the man who had broken his promise to become a At Home and Abroad. The primary being over there will not be much activity in politics in Adair county until the latter part of September. There are four contests in Adair county and they will be fought to a finish before the November election. Overton Harria was nominated by the Democrats for Mayor of Louisville, by a very large majority. Every effort will be made to elect Mr. Harris in November. Every Democrat in the city of Louisville, men and women, should give him their hearty support. There should be a change in the administration of that city. The editor of the Common-wealtof Somerset, can now recall what we said to him a short ago. A party paper has no business to take sides in a primary. It does not know who will win in the nominating voting. For the Commonwealth instance, claimed the v earth for Judge Bethurum, and there were many published hard expressions , against his opponent, Judge Kennedy arid the latter, as we h, subscribed. Mi. L. R. Chelf, who is one of the Committee, has fell upon this plan to raise the1 money : Every lady who will give a chicken or chickens, will please leave the same during the week commencing Aug. 22d, at-th- Lord Northcliffe, London newspaper publisher, who is "seeing America," advises Americans to travel abroad. Good advice, provided a person has the financial means and has seen the interesting and instructive points of his own country first. men who have been in England, France, Belgium, Germany and other countries will tell you that foreign lands offer nothing better to see than what can be found right here in the United States. Nature was at her best when she created this country and endowed it with its richness, and from the day of its creation it has been blosoming under the hand of God and man. Ex-servi- ce ct in this part of the country. e The average person has no S. H. Qrinstead & Co., Columbia and Campbells-vill- e idea of how great this total is. ; T. L. Walker, Casey Creek ; M. J. Williams, Admitting that each tire was run 3,000 miles before wearing Dunnville ; L. R. Chelf and A. Hovious, Knifley. out a very low average it You can also deliver to the following hucksters: would take an automobile 1,360,-46- 4 O- - Hancock. years to' travel a distance W. O. Burton, Edgar Beard, G. The chickens will save ready cash and will not be missed. The equal to the 117,000,000,000 miles delivered by these 39,000,000 donors will give their names. Leave at any of Grinstead's places. Signed L. R. Chelf, E. V. Humphress, A. Hovious Dr, J. C. tires, provided that the car ran continuously 250 miles a day. Gose, J. H. Tucker, Committee. Recently The Goodyear Tire & Rubber company manufactured its 39,000,000th tire. This record was established in 22 years of business, but 19,000,000 of these tires were made in the last five years, during which the greatest increase in car registration has occurred and which has seen the greatest period of expansion for the-compan- y. following places: There are millions of Americans who apparently do not rea lize that many of the marvels of. The fellow who rushes abroad the earth are within a day or without first knowjng his own two's ride of their home mar- country reminds us of the poor by a dull nugget vels that they have never Been, fool who passed of gold in order to pick up a As an example, ofthe two and scintillating piece of glass. a quarter million people in ChiWe have many of them. cago there are probably not over twenty per cent who have ever caster Record. . Lindsey (flJilson Training Gr-d- s, School v Prepares for College of Life Courses in High School, , I Music and Expression, Athletics - - ; ' Rates , $162.00 a Year. ,' Fall Term Opens Sept. : V" 6, 1921."' V . . " , R. & gearvetPrirv.,-- vr . Golairv6ia, Ky. 3?Hfl ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Origin of Oil. Where it Originated. How it Travels to Where it is Found and How to Find It. Texas, are visiting in Cane Valley. Mrs. N. E. Young, mother of C. E Young, will leave for Ohio soon, acBy V. A. SMITH. Geologist, companied by her daughter, Miss Ber-thLocator of Healdton, Oklahoma and Allen and where they will reside. Her son, Warren County, Kentucky Oil Fields. C. E Young, will remain in Adair PRICE $1.00 ' county. He has lived with his mothGEOLOGICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION er for 20 years, educated aud cared for Concerning Woudiow Wilson and Room 103, Louisville National Bank Bldg. the younger children, and paid, in Democracy.- - ' O. Box 67, P. cash, bis mother the anftunt the farm Louisville, Kentucky. was valued at 20 years ago W!- J A 'short lime ago a small t'.'oup of THE VE R S&JL Mrs J F. Patteson and her children Democrats in Washington decided to returned from Cave City last issue a volume which would contain a record statement, of the AccomplishMrs Jimmle Grissom, who visited ments of our part during $415.00 f. o. b. Detroit. Mrs! W. W. Edsall is visiting her ihe eight in iliddlesboro and Louisville, return years of mother, Mre P W. Dahoney They its successful regime at the will be joined Friday by Mr and Mrs. ed home last week. At Middlesboro National Capital, and some other docshe met all the former Columbia peo uments affecting that administration, J S Pope for a visit very Mr. Sara Bridjjewater, who is en- pie, and they made her visit which should be made permanent and pleasant. While in Louisville she was of Kentucky, gaged iu the mountains ho r a 1 and tasilv accessib t? i Mies Tip . We represent the most" thorough and install Inn lfpbt plants, was at home with Miss Ann Hancock and motor car think Sanders. The former is quite feeble Li j his family here several days ol v.i A Book aetting forth the Incompar.i tory in the world, turning out the best all-rouand the latter though eighty-odcar on the mar&et to-d- ay ias.r week. able Record of Eight Years of Demo years old is full of tile Mr Price Starlrs, brother of Mrs C cratic Rule during the m st important the most adaptable to every need of every class of people. Mrs R B. Conover and children, perioil ) Stults, spent last week in Columof the World's Histon: Bojce aud Virginia, are visiting at bia It contains the Comprehensive Re the home of Mrs. Bettie Conover. The view published in the New York Dr N M. Hancock, of Cane Valley, husband of Mrs! Conover, Mr. R B 'Times' : weut to St. Joseph's infirmary. Louis Conover, will arrive later. The Ford Service organization, of which we are a branch, is The Brilliant New York "World" vi'le, some days ago, fs doitj very Mt aud Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw and Editorial; nicely. Jfe thought he was affected the most extensive as well as the most intensive organization of its The Apprecajton b Gen. Christian with appendicitis, but the doctors in sou, Edward, Louisville, arrived at the the institution did not agree vith home of Mrs Bettie Butler, last Fri- Smujts; kind in existence, consisting of over 18,000 Service Stations in the day, and will visited their relatives in The Covenant ( the League of Nahim Columbia is our duty to uphold the high ideals of the Ford United States. tions: Dr Kenneth Hutchison, of Glasgow Mrs. W. A. Garnett and daughters And other writings wh eh ,ou wnl sou of Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hutchison, organizations in this territory, to deliver cars as promptly as possible, Misses Thomasine and Lena, were in want to preserve: Glasgow, visited Columbia last WedAnd its Reading (lives You .u Annesday, iu company witb his Uncle, Louisville a few days ago to give quick and thorough repair service and courteous treatment to swer to every question Affecting the Mrs Jo Carpenter, Mrs. Clyde CarMr Robert Lyon. Evelyn Northcutt, Wilson Administration Raised Against all customer. . Rev Leslie J- - B." Smith was in penter and Miss who visited at the homes of Mr. J. O thy Democratic Part an i;its Leaders. Jamestown last week, attending a BiRussell and Rev. R. V. Benntt, have Bound m Cloth, Stamped in Gold, ble institute. returned to to their homes, in Tenn- Handsomely Illustrated Order EarJudge William Francis, of essee. ly. This Coupon must accompanj was in Columbia last WedIt entitles you to as Mrs. Lena Paul, has returned from your order. nesday. many volumes as you desire at $1.00 a trip to Atlantic City and other inMiss Eva Walker, who visited her teresting points in the East. Her each. (Postpaid.) Aunt, Mrs. Clay Smith, Van Lean sister, Mrs. BCOUPON Nina Denver, who lives in Ky., returned home last Tuesday Louisville, accompanied her, and re- To The INCORPORATED night. Her Aunt came with her. turned to Columbia with her, to spend for Herewith find 3 COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Mrs. I W. Murray (nee Mies Cath- a week. . copies which please send me erine jell), Somerset, is visiting her W Mrs. J. O. Myers and sister, Miss of "Woodrow Wilson's Administra- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Nell. Jewell Phelps, are visiting in Cumber- tion & Achievements " Mrs Lon Atkins left for Florida land county this week. last Thursday morning. Master Guy Mr. Sam Irvin andls'dh.'Jim Fayette, accompanMontpelier. Atkins Nell, her grandson, of Bakrerton, were in Columbia Wedto Louisville ied her nesday on business. Mr. Dick Royse and Henry Hancock community is t Health of this Mr. K. B. Bledsoe, of Louisville, is ENDURANCE TEST left Thursday morning for Ohio. spending a few days sn Columbia. not so good at present. FOR SADDLE HORSES Mr. Ray Hobscn and Miss Alta The Republican election at this Spurling, Campbellsville, visited in Additional Locals place passed off quietly. Columbia laBt Thursday. To Be Held Under Supervision of The Methodist Eplecopal Church Mr. Erank Miller, who was nominatMr. Joe F, Sparks and family, Government Agencies Five-Da- y was North will hold its annual conference ed for Jailer without opposition, and friend, Mr. Wm. Kirby, all Test Over 300-Mil- e in Columbia last Thursday. He is a in Somerset, beginning September Course. of Greensburg. Ind., visited the good citizen and we believe that he 7th. former's sister, Mrs. R. T. Benwill make a diligent officer. Army men and others who are alive For Sale. nett, two days of last week. to the country's acute undr-supplMr D. T. Curd called to see Colum of first class cavalry and general Miss Gay Ross, a popular bia merchants last Thursday. He alIf you want to buy a good home in utility horses, as the shortage of JUjem Albany, who has lr so visited the merchants who live out was brought painfully to light during young lady, pf Columbia see in the county. the recent "World War, are looking for- been visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. Albin Murray. ward to the Endurance Test for saddle P. Duvall, returned home SunMr. J. W. Hancock and Mr. R. B. horses set for next October. Kerr, Campbellsville, were in ColumJohn D. Sharp, Amandavllle, sold This test, designed to promote the day. t breeding of more and better work bia last Friday. Phelps Bros , this place, a few days types, Mr. Paruin Reece and sister, and to improve the material Mr. W. H. Wilson, proprietor of the ago, a bunch of heavy tiogs at 10 cents suitable for army mounts, is to be a very severe one, conducted by repre- also Miss Lizzie J. Turner, atWilson Hotel, Campbellsville, was in Quite a number of men were here sentatives of the War Department, tended an ice cream supper last Columbia last Friday. Army Remount and the when you compare it with higher-price- d last Friday, to answer to the charge Bureau of Animal Service Industry, Depart- - Saturday night given at the Mr. J. V. White was quite sick sev"talking-machineand ordinary phonographs. of unlawfully fishing in Green river. l ment of Agriculture, along (with those of our great institutions maintained home of our mail carrier, Mr. C. eral days of last week. When you buy the Amberola, buy it because it is a bttur After the case was called and a few in the interest of pure bred horses, phonograph not because it is low in price. Mrs. W. C. Yates, of Petersburg, is statements made by the attorneys, including the American Remount As- V. Aaron. sociation, Thoroughbred Enduranca Buy it because the music is clear and pure. Buy it because visiting at the home of her sisters, the case was dismissed withot Pleasant Bill Singing at : r .r: : n .n -i Test Club, National Saddle Horse the genuine Uiamona rtinx ineproauctr eliminates uuyiug ujiu Mrs R L. Davis and Miss Mollie CaldClub, Arabian Horse Club of America, church first Sunday afternoon in changing needles. Buy it because Ambtnl Records are almost National Steeplechase and Hunt Assowell. She returned with Mr. and unbreakable and last a lifetime. Hackney Horse September, conducted by Elmer Mr Oliver Popplewell, a former ciation and American Mrs Ernest Flowers and their little Society. Also, its conditions make the Come hear the Amberola at our store. If you can't call, and Endurance Test of special Interest to Loy. Public invited. daughter, Elizabeth, who had visited student in the Lindsey-Wilsowrite or phone today. In any case, ask about our offer o? who is known to most people of this Kentuckians. the Yates Mr. Owen Wooten, of Summitt Three Days of Good Music, Free! The distance (300 miles cross place, won the Republican nomination country) will be traversed sixty miles Mr. Charles Flowers and wife and 111., visited at the home pf Mr. Casey county for circuit clerk by a a day for five consecutive days, regardvisited in Mrs. Lou Flowers, of Paducah, less of weather, over a course to be J. C. Reece, this place, the latmajority of 1,418. selected by the committee in charge. Columbia, Ky in Columbia and out in the county, Each horse shall carry no less than ter part of last week. -Mr. E. P. Harris' residence, at last week. 245 pounds, made up, according to the gapMi "g T. C. Goff and son, Mrs. was robbed early one night rules governing, of the rider's live Mrs. Lucy Follis, Campbellsville, weight, plus so much dead weight in George, have moved back to Colast week. Mr. and Mrs. Harris had equipment. was with relatives here last week. First prize will be 600, the Mounted lumbia. Judge W. T. Hendrickson, of Camp gone to the home of Prof. W. M. Wil .ervice Cup, Blue Ribbon and the bellsville, was in Columbia last Fri- son and wife for tea. While they Arabian Horse Club Medal; second Mr. Hunn and son, Lucian, were abeent a thief or thieves entered prize, 400 and Red Ribbon; third day. prize 300 and Yellow Ribbon; fourth, were in our midst the first of the j Romine, came over the Harris home and stole a number pnlze, 200 and "White Ribbon; fifth Mr. T.'Bl Rice, of articles, a gold watch being one of prize, 150 and Grey Ribbon; sixth week trading. prize 100 and Black and White Rib last Friday. the number. bon. Prizes will be awarded on the i Mr. Graham Davison, of Burn-sid- e, Col. C. C. Gewin, of Mobile, Ala , is basis of 60 for condition of the horse Slippers and Pumps Reduced from Ky., visited in the home of and 40 for speed a standard that visiting Mr. Allen Walker. Col. GewGass Given. One-thir- d tf to One-Hal- f.. points to the bottom and swiftness of Mr, G. A. Bradshaw, the latter the thoroughbred strain as the iQne in is United States Marshall of one I am now prepared Bargain Pricesr- Big Stock of Shoes district in his State, having been apto give likely to produce the winner. evincing part of last week. The War Department Is pointed by President Wilson. Mrs. J. C. Goff. who has been gass for the painless extraction the keenest interest, because the result will further the splendid work of the Miss Mary Hickman. f Earlington, of teeth. Army1 Remount Association , and the suffering with phthisic, is better other patriotic organizations that have who is taking orders for a special Cane Valley, Kentucky. ti. W. Depp, DentisU undertaken .the work of breeding at present. work, gotten up for schools, spent the cavalry horses to answer the requireMr. A. J. Loy and eompany army in 'times of peace greater portion of last week in CoWe regret that Mr. W. S. Knight, ments of the and its imperative demands in war. will begin sawing on the farm drowned while bathing " in the into deep water- lumbia.- She is a daughter of Senator of Jamestown, lost his race to repreIt Is the opinion of experts, based on actual experience during the World of R. T, Bennett soon. Hickman, who died some years ago. sent Russell and Casey in the next War, Gulf near Palacios late yesterAll are said to have that thoroughbred blood is necesLegislature. He mar have been de- sary to the production of the cavalry day. Mrs. Pean Hopewell and children to the Baptist Young Pfir-pl- e's Twenty Baptist Drowned mount of requisite speed, courage and friends at feated by a good man, but knowing endurance. Kentucky, therefore, has are visiting relatives and excursionists were in . The Union Convention afrFkis . Valley. Mrs. Hopewell's hus- - Mr. Knight as we do we feel that the a paramount . interest, because thoCace of. the purest thoroughtwo counties made a mistake in not fountain-heaHuston, Texas, Twenty per bathing and were caught in a cios. k.n,i Mr "Rd Horjewell. died two underflow and swdpt out ia bred strain flows perpetual In selecting him mostly cbilnren, wer strong sons, favored land of ours. ,r years ago. He once lived in Columbia, a, Oil Prospector's Guide. Mrs. Guy .Breeding and children, of The annual camp meeting will open Friday, August 26thl, at Acton, Tay lor county, and it will continue ten days and nights. Able divines will conduct the meetings. Acton is six miles from Camptelisville. Immense' crowds are expected to attend the meeting. i --It rr "" UNI CAR PERSONAL tle up-to-da- te faej d nd -- It -- Camp-bellsvill- The Buchanan Lyon Co - -- i- if run I y & iiiiiiiKMIlKIHP I itslbwpricewhenyouconipat Forget the low price df the AMBEROLA s" i-- .. I I H n, -- M. T3YLOR i M Cat-lettsbur- g, - Big Reduction at tJUiCr L. M. SMITH beeir-ihle-gate- s d , I ADAIR COUNTS' NEWS . Premium List Columbia Fair FIRST DAY. TUESDAY AUGUST. 30, 1921. CLASS A. I Display of apples ., 54 'Jersey heifer, two years old and 55 . under three Jersey heifer, one year old and der two CLASS P. 4 00 2 00 102. 2 00 Lady Rider Astride. Lady Rider Astride, 3 to ride. . CLASS Q. Saddle Stallion 3 years old and over un. 10 00 4J)0 4"oO ( 56 "57 Jersey heifer under one year old Jersey cow any age ....... CLASS H.' ... 2 00' ' 00 - Saddle Horses. 1 03. Beef Cattle. 58 59 $ 1 1 10 00 old and- 104. 7 Sdle Stallion 2 years under 3 Bull Bull, three year old and over two years .V one-ye- ar 00 7 00 3 K 00 old and under two 105. 7 00 6 00 6 00 7 00 00 6 00 6 00 10 00 10 00 7 10 I 2 3 Display of pears Display of peaches Display of three watermelons of three cantelopes 1 00 00 00 00 three 4 5 5 1 1 Display of grapes .. 1 7 8 9 I( II Peck of Red Wheat- Peck of oats 1 2 Ears of white corn 12 Ears of yellow corn 1 1 00 00 00 00 60 61 62 63 63-C- Bull, Bull, old and under 106. 107. under one year old Cow, three years old and over. . . Cow, two years old and under 1 year old and under two Cow, under one year old Bull, any age Saddle Mare or Gelding 3 years old and over Saddle Mare or Gelding 2 years old and under 3 Mare or gelding, I year old and under 2 10 00 7 00 3 00 3 00 three ow N x 7 00 Adjourned for Dinner. CLASS R. 64 65 66 Saddle Horse Stake $50 108 Stallion, mare or gelding, any age to be judged by their conformation, soundness, action, manner, for 5 1 00 1 00 Cow, any age Bull and tKree 6 Onions 6 Sweet Potatoes 6 Irish potatoes Display of three heads of cabbage Best dozen tomatoes . '. . . 12 13 14 1 1 5 6 Best display of vegetables Best 6 Beets 17 18 Best three stalks dark tobacco Best three stalks Burley tobacco 00 00 'l 00 00 1 00 50 00 2 00 1 1 1 1 1 67 femlaes owned by one man or bona fiderm CLASS 00 00' and general saddle purposes. five distinct adaptability Must have as Poultry Show. AH poultry exhibitors gaits, follows: run- are requested walk, Rack, trot, canter, ning Walk, fox pace, to be trot, divided or as to put their poultry in nice coops, slow fol- 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 2 00 CLASS B. Family Produce. 19 20 21 Caramel Cake 22 Cocoanut cake 23 Chocolate cake 24 Ribbon cake 25 One loaf light Bread 26 One Dozen soda biscuit 27 Sample of Honey "28 Display of Jelly Display of preserves One pound of Butter Angel food cake 1 00 - 1 00 00 00 1 00 00 00 00 I I 1 1 1 76 77 78 79 8 1 they may be plainly seen. Trio Barred Plymouth Rock Trio White Plymouth Rock. . . Trio Rhode Island Red Trio Rhode Island White Trio White Wyandotte Trio Silver Lace Wyandotte Trio Brown Leghorn Trio White Leghorn Trio Rose Comb Leghorn Trio Buff Orpingtons Trio Indian Game Trio Black Langshang so ... . . 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 lows .... 25 00 15 00 10 00 09 .... 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 100 80 Trio 82 Buff Cochin 1 00 1 00 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 00 1 00 1 00 00 1 1 1 HP Plug Horse Race, h mile heat3 2 best in 3. Three to start, three 1. to race mile heats. Mule Race. 2 best in three. and race-- - , 10 00 5 00 Three to start 7 ".;., 00 3 : 00 J Thoroughbred Race, $100. 1 1 1 . Thoroughbred Races half mile dashes, 2 best in 3. 3 to start and race 60 00 40 00 Free for All Trot, $100. 112. Free-for-a- 29 30 3 1 ' .'.... 1 00 1 00 1 1 Trio White Cochin Trio Pit Game CLASS J. l 00 ll trot, mile heat, 2 , ' Too best in 3, 3 to start and 3 to race 60 00 40 00 Jar of canned tomatoes Jar of canned beans 32 Jar of Canned corn 33 Jar of canned apples 34 Jar of canned peaches 35 Jar of canned cherries 36 Jar of Raspberries 37 Jar of canned peas 38 Jar of cucumber pickles 39 Jar chow chow CLASS 9 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 I 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 To be governed by ation rules of the Harness Horses. 83 Stallion, 3 years old and over over .. National Trotting Horse Associ- . 10 00 84 85 Mare or gelding 4 years old and Mare or gelding three years old and under 4 Mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 CLASS S. 3 00 3 00-- , 70 7 00 BALL GAME. Columbia vs Campbellsville. - FOURTH DAYSEPT., 2ND. BTEU;dA.Y. CLASS T. 86 87 88 7 00 5 5 7 a 3 00 f 113. 1 4. 1 Combined Horses. St&llion 3 years old C 5 00 5 Sheep. 40 41 Buck, any age Mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 Colt under 1 year old Brood mare and over-i- - 10 00 10 00 , 89 00j 00. 00: 2 50 2 50 3 00 Mare or gelding 3 years old and over 'CLASS U. Ewe, any age Buck and two ewes 00 Adjourned for Dinner. CLASSIC. 115. Riding Ring, World War Veterans. Gentleman Rider, Veterans ly eligible on- 42 5 00 CLASS D. . Five Gaited Saddle Horse Stake $100, 90. 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 10 00 CLASS V. 5 00 HOGS. 43 44 Boar under one year old Saddle Stallion, marc or gelding any age to be judged by their confirmation, soundness, manners, tion, and general adaptability ac- - Baby Show. 116. Prettiest , girl months old 'Prettiest months old boy 4? 46 47 48 Sow under one year old Sow one year old and over 'oar one year old and over 'oar any nge. -- ." baby under 14 5 00 -- for -- -- saddle purposes. distinct gaits' as Must have five follows: 116 J. baby under 14 5 ....... ow any age .- - 00 y ' Adjourns For Dinner. CLASS E. Ladies' Driving Horse. 49 50 Mare or gelding to be driven by lady accompanied by gentleman 5jgaited saddle mare or gelding 4 yrs. old and over t Walk, ' Trot, Rack, Canter, Running Walk, Fox Trot or slow Pace, to be divided as follows $ 50 00 CLASS L. ; 00 Adjourned for Dinner. CLASS X. 30 00 20 00 117. Old-fashion- Old-fashion- ed Walking Horse. nodding, walking for ed 1st 7 2nd " 00 91. " Mule Race. 5 00 - mare or gelding, must be broken to canter readily, 00 '3 10 00 5 00 Combined Horses, V 50-Mare 4 to start, 4 to race, Half Mile Heats, TwoTxfct in three $ 10 00 Plug Horse Race, 4 to race Mile Heat, 2 best in three. . . .". 10 00 a horse 70 250 0 comfort; gaits to count "?"" per . cent; confirmation 30 per cent 7 00 10 00 3 00 5 00 2 50 118 .Walk, Trot and Canter Mare or gelding any age, to be shown in harness and under saddle. Soundness, manners, sty!e,form and gaits. - ,92 Each animal must have 5 Y Thoroughbred Race $100.00. Mile dash, 3 to start, 3 to race 60 00 .40 00 Free For all Trot or Pace, $100. Mile heat, twoNbest in three, 3 to start, 3 to race to be governed , or Gelding, any age Consolation Rmg. 119. Stallion, mare or gelding, any 7 50 93. distinct gaits when under saddle. age that has not taken a premium of any kind at this Fair CLASS W. 60 00 2 50 Must have square trot harness but by the rules of the National Tro- ting Horse Association . 51 52 excessive speed not essential. Fastest mule, half mile dash 53 i 54 Fastest plug horse half mile dash. Fastest mule 14 hands and under mile dashes, 2 best in three l3 to 3-- 10 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 40 00 ' N . .3 00 3 00 RoadStake, $100. 120. Stallion, mare or gelding, any age, soundness, manners, speed, durability and pheasant handling considered. 3'toshow Horses entered in races not ble to compete in this ring mile heats Plug Horse Race eligi- : , K CLASS M. vs BALL GAME. Campbellsville . Greensburg. run.. ' t 00 3 00 THIRD DAY ' THURSDAY SEPT. 2.: . - 4 ' , , 20 00 . 50 00 30'00 . 9- Fastest pony 14 4 handgand under mile dashes, 2 best in three, ' ; 95. 96. CLASS N. 7 ' n i Mulest. 00 7 . 121. 3 to run . ' 5 00 ' i . - 3 00 Mule three years old and over. , Mule CLASS F. BALL GAME. Greensburg t Greensb urg, .Campbellsville and Colum- 2 years old and under 3 d 00 00 vs Columbia. bia, Premium $150. of final contest Winners 75 97. 98. 99. - Mule 1 year-olMule under and under year old 2-- . 7 00 5 1 00 45 00- 0 00 x Best pair of, mules any age All mules must be shown bridle or halter 10 unde? ' 00- SECOJSTD WEDNESDAY, CLASS G. DAY. AUGUST, 3 1ST. 1st ' v t . CLASS O; ','' .i'V,!' " 3 .00 3 00 3 00 2 50 . , ' J . , " 122. " . 2 best in 3. 3 to start and race 2 Mule Race. J mile heats. best in 3. Three to start and race.. . " 10 001.500 , '. s, . y 3 ' 7 00 00 'frt' . jfe - - - SL -- CLASSY. mile dash ' - . '' f r&'-- X s Thoroughbred Race, $100. ' 3 to start and 3 to race Free-for-a- LX - Double Team. t ' i HS" .- J. JL . " ' &ksL , v 3,. T--- A 1 " - . 123. Thoroughbred Race, " 60 00 2 race. 40 00 V h $k v " v , - 100. Dairy Cattle. t 53 Jersey cow two years old and over Double Team regardless of Sex or Ownership. Most beautiful stallion, mare or gelding; any age, shown in hand . ll - Trot or Pace, $100; Trot," mile heats, " 10 00 ,T ' 5 00 124. - F.ee-for-a- ll v 2nd, 3-0- 101. , 500 - 0 10 00 best in 3. 3 to starfand Will-bjudged by rules of Naf- ionalTrotnog Association e 60 db 40 00? -- J ADAIR COUNT? NEWS Hapsburg Liebe These Better Tires Are 9 The Louisville COURIER-JOURN- AL Now Lower Priced Two important factors underlie the remarkable values now offered in Goodyear Tires arid Tubes.- - One is the many improvements made in them during the past few months; the other is the price reductions we have The Great Paper of the Southland V" V V.- - MBBEBWMBJBWBJBm SCTBVBMBHBnaBaB 5 yiBiHnBBBBP s3 ? AAA "; i Goodyear Cord Tire. This type 3 0x3Vfe-incfirst quality product one of the most durable and efficient tires we ever built can be bought today from. Qpodyear Service Station Dealers for only h just put into effect. A conspicuous example of the values now to be had in Goodyear Tires is our clincher 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, e d; is ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found Courier-Journa- l The the champion of clean government. The CourierJournal surpasses 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. mb VWSlN 0UaFTNiS,l I K 4 ffi? I I $24.50 The Goodyear Tire &. Offices Throughout the Rubber Company World d No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without By special It 33jwEn Wftl'CsRvJ B I I 30x314 Rib or Tread Fabric Casing HeavyTourist Tube 30x3 in waterproof bac vl (750 - Z- 30x3 Non-SldFabric Casing 30x3 $1 C7S JLJ J 5 Regular Tube $955 J- J Complete Stock of Goodyear products carried in stock At seventeen he commenced writing and turned out eighteen stories, all rejected by the editors. He wsis almost dlscour-aeebut his a respectable nineteenth effort stuck with magazine. Lack education made the way doubly hard; of now, but a11 he 17rUes- - h8 w,u teli 5?,sexperience was worth all It cost. Gritty! Indeed he la! 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 of hla doctor, he accompanied the outfit, being carried to the cars by hla buddies. Most stories are about the Tennessee andof bis Ken-ofyvm?untineerB- - TbeT are hla peoIe 22wJe.t!eJthn.uany other r,t" he them. his most delightful tale,"The CUn Call." will soon start . PaPen TUr -U yaoueSlBs,nitth,S arrangements we are now able to offer vf? The Daily Courier- - Journal AND THE - Adair County News Both one year, by mail, for only $6.00 Outside the city limits Of Columbia CJ at all times. , KentucKy Fair Dates. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated W50 Jefferson County Fair, August Union County Fair, 9-1- This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. Beuch-e- l, 2. If you perfer an evening newspaper, Union-tow- n, you may subCourier-Journa- l. stitute The Louisville Times for The August 9-1- 3. Send or bring your orders to the office of ' s I fcfc . Iveiythind 0BI "B for qUAUTY 1 pUR IDEA in making the Quality Cigarette.. New Perryville Fair Associa- tion, Perry ville. Aug. 10-1- 2. Mt. Vernon Fair Association, Mt. Vernon, August 10-12. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Columbia, Ky. 'J nothing for show THAT'S Why, just buy Camels and look at the package! It's the best packing science has devised to keep cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the package and keep it 'And note this ! There's nothing flashy about the Camel 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 orB air-tig- ht. - Lawrenceburg Fair Association, Lawrenceburg, Aug. 16-1- 9. 4 ifrodhead Fair Association, Brodhead, August Ewing Fair Company, Ewinfc, August Laural County Fair Company, London, August Germantown Fair, German-towtAugust Adair County Fair, Columbia, 2. August Pulaski County Fair, Somerset, August 30- - Sept. 2. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, ", 2. August Knox County Fair, Barbour-vill2. August North Kentucky Fair, Flor17-1- 9. 18-20. HAIL One -- - FIRE In Barn 23-2- 6. In Field. f, 24-2- 7 Insurance Policy Protects every Minute 30-Sep- t. Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE 30-Sep- t. e, W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance IX . 30-Se- pt. N merit alone. Because, men smoke Camels who want the taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly; blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga-ret- ence, August 3. Campbell County Agricultural Socity, Alexandria, Aug. 3. 31-Se- pt. ty oHBK y fm aftertaste. Camels are made for men who think for them selves. County Fair Hodgenville, Sept. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Sept. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville. Sept. LaRue 1-- 3. 4-1- PREMIUM LIST Columbia Fair CLASS 0. (Continued From Page 6) 11-1- 7. Z ' . BALL GAME. The deciding t 0 t game for 1st and 2nd money to """" Tavl l .Hflh 4 . ,i jH h Farmer Dehorns Bull, t Tossed to Roof of Barn t ti'o'jf'' ivA .i h KB! il Winston-Sale- B viBr H I t Gillette, Wyo. The fact that t broke loose after the t t the t operatiqn of dehorning, not be- f t 4 fore, improbably saved the life of t t John Cates, who was attacked t t by the animal In his 'barn near t t here, just after he had finished t t t t between the two teams making the best average. The winning team on Sept. 2 to be given first money. Team be played loosing last game to receive 2nd money . '?. t j; V R J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, R. C JjKk W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE 60 - I International MadetoMeasure Clothes. s ( The fellow who is looking for a scrap is always the last to lay down his gun. Japan has been hedgingon the matter of disarmament. ly Second Floor, Jeffries Building. COLTJjNCBIl, KY. ! The fortunate man is generalthe laat one to' recognize the fact. He is always yearning for something better, v The "most brilliant fool we The world is loud in its deknow of is the fellow who drives mand for permanent peace and t with his muffler cut out! silent in its feverish preparation t for the next war. t Even the most confirmed i t "wet" can not deny that this ' About the most notable thing-it t has been a remarkably dry sumconnection with the general t t mer, . depression in business is the i "When things don't go right I fact that it is general. 4 know how I feel," said the em. True courtesy demands 'that Fame and fortune beckon to ployer. "So do we," chirped you laugh when your friend reevery man, and keep just out of the. .employe. No more was peats his favorite ;joke but not at him. the reach of most of them. saidy i i --- t taking off its horns. (Cates had 4 t the bull's feet tied, but the rope t loosened just as the operation was finished and the bull went t into action. It cornered Cates, t tossed him to the roof of the t barn, caught him as he descendi ed, and again catapulted him head t against the roof. The bull's sore from dehorning, was so i however, that it then abandoned t t' the attack," leaving Cates dazed t and .badly bruised on the barn t floor. tc 1 t I. -- &. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. mmmwwmmmmwmvmmmmwmmmmw wmwwwmmmmwwwwwwwwmmmmwwmmwm Columbia Fqir Aug. 30, 31, Sept. I and 2. Every Day A Big Day. i ... Three Thoroughbred Races, One Hundred Dollars Each. Three Free For All, Trot Races, One Hundred Dollars Each. ' ! Plug Horse and Mule Races Every Day Five Gaited Sadddle Horse Stake, One Hundred Dollars. sssn Road Horse Stake,' One Hundred Dollars. i 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 HXGHBC CLASS MHTSIC. No Entrance Fee Charged On Any Race, Or Show. Per Cent. Deducted From The Winners as "SS3 Z2ei4. All H. A. Walker, President. Premiums Paid In Full. (INCORPORATED) ' J. B. Coffey, Secretary. to see several cases of fever in stand from Mr. W. L. Grady and Eugene Nell, who is overseeing Green county last week. ?. We have heard several of our the work on this end of the road Weliave had fine rains for the farmers predict that if the rain that the metal is now placed on rpast few days. past all the road half way from this 3 iir growing crop of corn and continues as it has for the month, our corn crop will be place to Columbia, and is now fenoaccc is Icooking fine., much better than it was last ready to be rolled down. The Mr, G. T. Flowers," of Colum-"- v road is just about completed year. as in our midst the first of from town to the top of the hill Messrs Smith & Bottom, the nWilmore hill. If men, of known as the n tobacco ?,'" leen is spending this through we can get the hand3 interested Campbellsville, was n his brother, C. E. in the sand hauling like they here a week or so ago, and '$ .co, m'Golumbia. have been in placing and hauling bought several crops of tobacco r,, B. Cain received a nice rock, inside of the next thirty at prices from 8 to 15 cents per days we will have a pike from 3.- .vCh-o- f ' hogs at tnis place last lb.- 'x.vk.preparatory for the Louis-r&- le this place to Mr. Shirley's farm, W. L. Grady has his last years market. better known as the Dr. Hughes production of tobacco prized and Mr. Strong Hill, wife, daugh in Louisville. He expects to be farm. We all will certainly bt glad for we all remember the tS2srsnd son spent several days on the market in a few days. bad roads we had to contend vaC Jamestown, visiting relatives. We are glad to note that Mr. with last winter. We will be Messrs. Sam Mitchell and Sale James Keen, who has been con- glad for the time to come when SUoffey passed through here Mon-xa- y fined to his room for several w can get out of here in the . Gradyville ernacle last week. George Williams has sold I rangements and country ham and is fried chicken galore are prom I ;Res. Puoe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A store and dwelling house Charlie Herriford. Price u o ised. well-know- -- -- - visited ". s brother, Sims, of Campbellsv' last week, who is leaving t once for Colorado for his hea - . Working the road is the o? r of the day. The rocky hoi; hill is much improved. 1 news will be pleasing to traveling salesmen. Mr James Weatherford a I wife were visiting relatives ' this community last week. R. L. Beard will move to nice, where he is engaged in blacksmith trade. M. B . - Frank Winfrey f; 1 i o i ft l"r en route for Edmonton. months, has regained his strength Cflat Walker, of Columbia, was sufficient to be able to walk his many around his place. shaking hands with friends here the first of. the Rev. Bedford Turner, of Fra-zevsree'k. is assisting the pastor, Rev. Mrs. EL A. Moss, of ..Mr. James Rayburn, in a series of spent a few hours meetings at the Methodist HtWiisville, (aere one day last week calling church, in our place, this week. pjj their .relatives. The attendance is large, and 73ifdge.N. EL Moss is spending there is great interest manifest dbis, week, in the mountains visit-Eh- g ed, and every indication points Tiis'tfaughters. to a wonderful revival. Bro. W. B. Hill spent a few days Turner is a very able preacher fcjae first of the week at Bakerton. and our people of all denominaand Mrs, P. Mitchell and tions are very glad for him to be jr.'Q.&- - Yates, of Edmonton, with us. Under his preaching - visited their uncle, Charlie Yates the community at large is made trad fais daughter, Miss Ella, a better, and after he4s gone from us to other fields of labor we c ay a so of last week. Walkup, of Jame- feel the effects of his preaching. r, winter. I succeeds Mr. J. C. White, t has eane to Campbellsville take up trade. We wish tlf "i both success. Mr. Weatherfi'.. Garland passed through here a few o Health of this .community is ago with a nice bunch of ca y very good at present. which he bought near Pellyt . Beatrice, the little daughter of ranging from $6.00 to $K. .) Carlie Bryant, happened co a apiece. very painful accident la3t Tuesday. She was riding a horse American Legion of Kentucky. which became frightened and The Barren County Post NV. threw her, breaking her arm just above the wrist. Dr. Gose 28, Glasgow, has served nui i was called and set the broken that the town is after the St8 bone. 'The patient is getting Convention for 1922. An attra tive circular from the Post 0'. along nicely. proximif-Mr. Mont Harmon and wife, cers announces the to one of the and Mr. Charlie Williams and Glasgow of the World and t. wife were in Columbia Monday. special arrangements which w "MisdlPatry J..B."NeatsoldL. T. Wheat be made for visitors to the Cor stown, is the guest of Miss Ruth We are glad to report the rap- one heifer last week. Pride $20. vention to take in the Mamou1 id progress on the pike from this Rev. Crow, of Somerset, be- Cave. Old fashioned Kentuci jXtlL of our city. Dr. Garnett Miller was called place to Columbia. We under gan a protracted meeting at Tab hospitality, ample housing as i Purdy. Jr. -- -- s Sev-Wonder- s to . State headquarters annouces the completion of arrangements for a great barbecue at Lexington September 2nd following the parade of Legionaires attending the third State Convention. The barbacue will be furnished free by the Lexington Post and will game be followed by a base-babetween the two best District team3 in the State. The baseball contest will be under the supervision of the State Athletic Officer, George Chescheir, of Louisville and will be for the championship of the State. A silver loving cup and individual medals will be awarded the winners. Chaplain John L. Weber, of the Chief Paduke Post No. 31, Paducah, has accepted the invitation of the Committee on Arrangements to respond on behalf of the State organization to address of welcome on the morning of the first day of the Convention, September 1st. The Southeastern Passenger Association announces that special rates have been granted to Kentucky Legionaires and their the third families attending State Convention at Lexington September 1st and 2nd. Reduced rates will apply from all points in Kentucky and from Cincinnati Ohio and Jellico, Tennessee. Henry J. Stites, of Louisville, announces.call by General Roger D. Williams of Lexington of a preliminary conference on arrangements for the reunion of ll Or. J. N Murrell DENTIST Office Front Rooms Jeffries BTdg. UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY the old Kentucky First Infantry to be held during the State Convention of the American Legion at Lexington. The preliminary conference will be held in this city August 13th and the follow- ing members of the organization have been reguested to attend: Jouett Henry, Hopkinsville, Wm. A. Colston, Washington, D. C, George T. Smith, Beattyville, R. J. McBryde, Louisviiie,"Roger W. Jones, Lexington, Sidney Smith, Louisville, and Ben S. Winfree. Hopkinsville. A Splendid Offer. Here is a proposition we make to readers who want a city paper, but do not want a daily: We will furnish the Adair County News and the St. Louis Twice-a-wee- k Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in Kentucky. To subscribers living in other States 32.40. Globe Democrat, of the best and newest papers published in this country. We do not know how long this proposition will hold good, therefore, if you want the papers, call oi send in your subscription at once. The Twice-a-wee- k is oue kV , -- - v 4 i. - r JHL. jf(.TL: t rtpfc- -