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Bev. J. H. Biffe, a noted Baptist preacher, who has been preaching in the South for a number of years, died at Mobile. Alabama, a few days ago. He was a brother-in-laof Circuit Court Clerk, C. F. Paxton, of this place. His remains were shipped to Kentucky and he was burled at Cane Valley, Adair county, last Wednesday. He had been the pastor ol a number of Churches in the South, and was loved for his godliness. He was in this county, and all adjoining counties Truly, the Church has lost a faithful servant. w Last Tuesday forenoon the subject oftftis notice died at his late home, Eld. W. G. Montgomery Tells on Jamestown road near the Long "Columbia Audience What He View. He hid been In bad health for Saw in the Orient. about a year, a victim of creeping payears old ralysis He was sixty-onreared In Adair and was born and county. Some years ago he made a profession of his faith in Christ and united with the Methodist Church. He had two sets of children Thomas, who lives at Corbin, Ky., got here a few hours before his death, and he was recognized by bis father. He is a son by his first wife, and his last wife and five children are living in the home. The funeral and burial took place at White Oak Church, in the neighborhood where the deceased spent a number of years of his life, and Bev. Jesse L Murrell, of Columbia, preached the discourse. There were many friends present to pay their respects to a neighbor and friend. May God comfort all who are grieved on account of this dispensation of Providence. e THE LECTURE HIGHLY APPRECIATED. well-know- n Big Vaudeville show at Tutt Hall next Friday night, Aug. 11th The same troupe, who pleased a large audience here Saturday night will again appear with entire change of program. Mr. Owen, who is a fine performer on the Guitar will render several selections with songs of the southland in negro and other dialects. Miss De-Verno- the dainty dancer, will be seen in new dances in costume. Other interesting features wiil be added. Lost. Last Tuesday night the Christian church, this place, was filled with friends to hear Eld. W. G. Montgomery tell the story of his recent travels in the Orient. With a party of friends he visited all the noted places in the Holy Land, naming them, and how they look today. He was at Jerusalem, saw where Christ was crucified and the place where he was laid, Jacob's Well, and many other places we read about in the Bible. His travels in Egypt were of special Interest. Tills visit of E d. Montgomery will be a great help to him in his ministry, and his trip to the Holy Land was worth the price. Tom "Bailey wants to thank the people, and. especially his late father's A gold Knights Templar watch neighbors, for the many kindnesses charm. Finder will be rewarded by shown in his recent bereavement. returning to All the family join him in this O. Russell. J. 42-2- C For Sale. Anslher Oil "Gusher." 200 bushels of winter Oats, 65 cents H. C. Willis, Columbia, Ky. Special, Burkesville, Ky. August 5. per bushel. The McClintock Oil Company and W. S. Baydure, operating jointly on the A. D Hood farm, Sulphur Creek, ' I Partnership, Incorporated. ten miles south of town, have just brought in a wonderful well at a depth of 466 feet, with 30 feet of sand. Mr. F. H. Durham, who has been A forty minute bailing test produced in the wholesale and retail business twenty barrels without any percepti- in this place for tome years, has sold ble lowering of the oil in the well, and one-ha- lf interest to Mr. Irwin Fraser it is conservatively estimated as being and they have incorporated, capital, good for from 300 to 400 barrels daily. 120,000 The firm will build a new This well is known as Hood No. 3, lo- business house on the lot between the cated a short distance from the great little brick, on the corner, and where Coop well drilled in May, 1921, and is their present house now stands. The in the midst of a section where some firm will handle all kinds of produce fine strikes are now being made. and poultry, and will do a general Hood No 4, to be drilled by same par- wholesale and retail grocery business. ties on a nearby location, will be start- Articles of Incorporation were signed ed without delay. last week, and the firm is now doing business at the Durham stand. Mr. enjoy the thoroughbred Ladies, Listen. Durham has been very successful and and pacing. Lisletown. He had also lived in in a few days and receive forgiveness himself. A healthy body will be Adair county, and the intelligence of from their parents. The groom is a worth more to him than anything his death brought sorrow to many son of Mrs Lula Sinclair and the else T. W. Buchanan and his brothwho prized htm as a dear friend. bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. er, R J Lyon, will see that the business of the firm will be conducted His death occurred last Sunday night B. Phelps. satisfactorily. 'his Furthermore, w'eeksand the funeral and burial took When they return their young place on Tuesday following He was friends will be ready to meet them, physicians say, as we are informed, that rest is needed that there is no a Mason, a member of Pitman Lodge, extending the glad hand. constitutional trouble, and that there Columbia Chapter, Boyal Arch and Wanted, Walnut Logs. is no good reason why he should not Masons. He was buried with Masonagain be active. We hope that the ic honors after religious services. He He leaves a wife and five children I will pay for 12 and 13 inch physician's instructions will be obey ed, as Mr. Lyon is needed in the busiwas a member of the Baptist He $3.00 per hundred. For 14 and ness Half Price. At affairs of life. Church. The interment was in 15 inch $4.00. 16 and 17 inch Broykside Cemetery Notice. The Hews extends its sympathy to $5.00, 18 and 19, $6.00 per hunI have two Lawrence Phonographs, dred, 20 and 21, $7.00 per hunone 48 Inches high, one 46 inches high the surviving membrs of his family. Bids will be received on Thursday, dred, 22 and 23 $8.00 per hunwill play any disc record, that I will Aug. 10 1922, for the erection of Poole A Large Gathering. sell at half price. dred, 24 and up, $15.00 per hun- Warehouses on the Page lot in and J. A. Gooden, Garlin, Ky. dred. Delivered in Columbia, near Columbia, Ky. The plans and Last Thursday not less than sixty specifications are in the possession of Receiving House Located. persons, relatives and friends, took Ky. the undersigned agents, which may be W. H. Sandusky. dinner at the elegant home of Mr. and seen at any time. The plans for The tobacco people, who have enter- Mrs. George Powell, it being thesix-ty-thir-d foundation will be subject to change Married Two Weeks Ago. anniversary of Mr. Powell, ed the pool, purchased of J. T. Page, to suit condition. Bids close at 12 f who is one among the best citizens in last Thursday, an acre and o'ciock. e Mr. Wm Morgan, son of Levy Mor for tiie Joppa community. It was an of land this side of the J. L. Walker. 1.000. Upon this lot the receiving elaborate affair. Everything of. the gan, and Miss Virgie McLean, of this Oris Barge r, house will be erected, and the work best was spread before the large as- place were married in Lebanon two W. I. Ingram, Agt. of building it will start soon. It will sembly, and he was made happy by or three weeks ago. So quietly was be a very large building and the work receiving a number of nice presents. the affair kept only a few knew of the Fearful Accident. will have to start soon in order to The preparation of the dinner showed union until the couple went to househave everything in readiness for the that the material that goes to make keeping in apartments in C. C. ColNews from Lebanon reached here present growing crop of tobacco. up palatable food had been in the lege. The bride is a sister of the last Friday afternoon, stating that McLean brothers. Marriage is honorThe establishing of this house will be hands of those who are skilled in Mary Katherine, a six year old daughaffairs. After dinner a few able and we trust that the solemnia great thing for the business Interest ter of Mr and Mrs. Sam Antle, had of Columbia. It will bring many buy- hours were spent in music, games, and zation of this union will bring happibeen run over by an automobile; that ers to this place, hence it will increase when the hour came to separate ail ness to the contracting parties. oae of her legs was broken and that all classes of business. Let all the present gave evidence of the pleasure she received several cuts on the bead, Special Notice to Exhibitors. farmers throw up their hats, and they had experienced in coming toand was otherwise injured Mrs. Otis shout, "Hurrah for the Becelvintj gether for the day. Stults. who is an Aunt of the child- XX House." The whole of this plot of No Director, Stockholder or i ieft) at once for Lebanon. Mr. and land' will be taken up by the main officer connected with the Colum- and Mrs Antle formerly resided here, Fair Privileges Sold. house and a few smaller ones. bia Fair association, will be per- and in their sorrow they have the Attend the Columbia Fair and The fair privileges have been sold mitted to enter, or show an ani- sympatny of many friends. one-haltoll-iratcul-linar- y The people of Columbia were greatLast Thursday morning, about 1 The many friends of Mr. W. B. few days ago, when the o'clock, Marvin Sinclair and Miss Ju- Lyon, Campbellsville, a native of thi3 a news came that Mr. Geo. W.' Whit- lia Phelps, both of this place, eloped place, and a splendid gentleman, who n lock, a traveling sales- for Jeffersonville, Ind., and it is un- has been away from home, health man, had died at his home, in derstood that they were married seeking, will be glad to learn that he He was in Columbia about sometime during the day They were has returned and is very much imfpUr weeks ago, looking in fairly good accompanied to Lebanon by her sister, proved. Now, that he is on gaining health. He had many friends in Miss Lula, and Mr. Will Ol McOlister ground, it is hoped that he will not Adair county. He greeted them with and Miss Kara Caldwell. Neither overtax his constitution, and in a a smile and a warm handshake, and the groom nor bride are of age, and short time will regain what he has had a good word for everybody. He as we write, Friday, it Is reported lost. Our advice to him is to work years old and was a na- that they are in Louisville We take less, speud the most of his time away was fifty-odtive of Green county, reared about it that they will return to Columbia from his business until he is again ly surprised well-know- Camp-belisvill- e d to different parties, L E. McKinley, mal or article or compete for a My Colt light plant is for sale B.3a- Campbellsville, and Chelsie Barger, prize either directly or indirectly. son for selling moved to town. this place, buying the largest per cent. 42-an enlargement was very necessary to c Lillain H Conover. All races open to the World. A Surprise. You are cordially invited to come accummadate the fast growing trade. They were sold to the highest bidder Judgs C R. Coleman, of Lexington, ia and see our first shoeing of new Here is hoping that success attends Saturday of last week, and the sum Gone to Visn Home People Ky., has accepted the Judgeship ac fall hats, dresses, suite, gloves, etc. Last Tuesday, Aug. 1, Mr. D. J. total is in the neighborhood of $600. the corporation. the Columbia Fair Mr. Coleman has Russell & Co. Comer celebrated his 74th birthday. Gross, pastor of the been in tne hor?e business practically If you want to witness some He was given a surprise dinner by his There will be over one hundred Bev. Arthur Fair Week. real racing by real race horses at- children and friends. All the chil- thousand dollars invested in Columbia Presbyterian Church, and his wife all his life For several years past he dren were present but one who lives this year in way of improvements.The leffc Thursday morning for Lee coun- has bflen associated, with the well This paper will be published the tend the Columbia Fair, Aug. ty, Ky., where his parents reside. known saddle horse firm of J. F. Cook in Illinois, and a daughter, who lives new Banking building for the Bank week of the Fair on Monday. All in Lebanon The tabid was loaded of Columbia the brick gymnasium at After a sojourn with them, they will and Company, of Lexington Ky. and correspondents and advertisers will with the best of edibles. Mr Comer the Lindsey- Wilson, the tobacco reciv-in- g visit other counties in eastern Ken has had charge of their branch barn in Killed by Lightning. bear this in mind, and get their mat-te- c house, the raising of Jeffries hard- tucky. Bev. Gross needs some rest Ha;aua, Cuba. Those who know received many nice presents. Ail in not later than Friday afternoon. present seemed to enjoy the day to the ware store another story, the whole and he thinks he will feel much bet Jude Coleman best say his ability and Last Wednesday, about the noon of Durham & Frasler, J. B. ter after a visit to the mountains. integrity is unquestioned. The AssoDon't fail to attend the Colum- hour, Garnett Buckner, a young far- utmost We hope .that Mr Comer sale housetwo cottages, the building of On the second Sunday in August Bev ciation should be congratulated on semay enjoj many more happy birth- Barbee's years old, bia Fair and see fine exhibits from mer, about twenty-thre- e a residence by Albin Murray, the im B. V Bennett has consented to curing the services of a gentleman of. XX days. was killed by lightning near Kelc-ne- r, all parts of the country. this type for thi3 responsible position. provements at the residences of Miss preach foi him at Columbia. Adair county. He had been at Get ready now and take the Mollie Caldwell, H. N. Miller and Dr home for dinner. At work Married. In the next few days I will appreciAutomobiles For iale whole family to the Columbia W. J Flowers, N. T. Mercer, etc. etc the time he was struck he was in his ate very much for you to settle your holding his little child in Fair. Mr. J. E. Johnson, one of Adair residence, Fourteen days from the date of this See our line of practically new account. I want it paid at once. his arms. He was killed instantly, county's good citizens, who lives in paper until the Columbia Fair opens. Fords at Myers & Fulks garage, beJ. F. Neat. The Grcensburg Game. baby was not hurt. He was The grounds and buildings are ready fore buying a car, as we have just the Glensfork country, and Mrs .Myr- but his All those who are interested in makto receive the people, audthe stables wnat you want, and the prices are tle Helm, who resides in Glenville, a grandson of the late Amos Work Greensburg team defeated, last The oC were married one day last week. The man, a son of Charles Buckner, and are ready for the stock. The Bards right, and the terms will be made to ing the road passable at the mouth Saturday, the Goldberg team out of town Band will furnish the music suit the purchaser. If you have an Slick Rock Ford, Pettesfork, are urged bride Is a splendid woman, one who was born and reared in Groan county. . was a distressing blow id his joung Louisville. 4 to 0 It was the fastest There will be four days of enjoy to be there on the 15th of August wi-hhas many friends. The groom was It old car talk to us about a trade. See and best amateur game ever played in shovel and picks. Bring your dinner. ment. a widower, 50 years of age, and the wife and all other relatives. our exhibit of Ford Tourings, RoadAlvin Kentucky. Cy Barger and bride, who is 48, lost her first husband sters, Coupes, and Trucks at the Co Every day will be a day of real Mr. L. E. Young will soon remove Four big days of pleasures, Lewis were the batteries for several years ago. The couple will lumbia Fair. Make our big tent your pleasure, if spent on the Colum- -r his jewelry establishment to the brick on the groom's farm, and they are Aug. 22-2Do not miss them. place. buiding now occupied as a bakery. loafing bia Fair Grounds, Aug. .now ready to recleve their friends Seventh St Garage, The pooling of tobacco continues to Mr. Herbert Taylor will occupy the Rev. Carson Talor, the recently 25. Louisville, Ky. grow in Aiair county. Over two hun- store room to be vacated by Mr. LOST. Iugersol radio light watch. employed pastor of the Baptist Church C T Stults, Mgr. growers have signed their crops in Young. Mr Taylor will continue to .Reward if returned to Supt. F. E n ia Prof. Buel Cabell, at this place, will remove his family dred L M Young, Local Agent. the last ten days. and. the work goes handle musical instruments The Webb r Adair county, is dead. He was buried from Louisville to this place this week. Nltfety per ceutof the farmers changes will not take place until the on at Zlon Tuesday. He was a teacher ot They will occupy the church parsonL. W Bennett bought last week a The build- first of the coming year. of tnis county will sign. O. P. Miller arrived Sunday age, Dr. vocal music. and will be given a cordial floe drove of cattle at from 4 to seven ing of the receiving house is now a setfrom Evansville, Ind., and will be. in About 350 attended the Vaudeville cents He aiso bought a large number Boyal Arcfct Columbia Chapter, tled fact. The pool is the only way to Columbia until after the Fair. Before last Saturday night. of shaep at from 3 to 6 cents, All Masons will meet in regular convoc&f show at Tutt Hall teavmg Indiana, he purchased the Wednesday of last weekD.'S. Mc- get satisfactory prices for tobacco. It was the opening show for the sea- shipped to Louisville. tion next Friday night. All Company neted old race horse "Grover Hughee." Gahan, a former deputy sheriff of Icecream supper at Cane Yalley son. The show was generally liked ions are requested to attend. By Oti He is now at the local track receiving Bussell county, shot and killed Malo Ice cream supper at Case Valley der of thi High Priet. and the same troupfl' announced that hte preparation for the fair races. Hill, at Kavito, same county. Hill school, August Uth. i (bey would entertain again this week. school, August 11th. dfid'thttie Mur- lived two hoars afterbelag shot. The inventory Jit Bussell & Taylor's PecMos who have BevCaraonTfyloVwill fill his rejjf Born to theTtflfO of Richard Shirley, ray GniTe yard areTequ&ted to be MqGahan went to Jamestown and drugstore fifr your friends atihe Colum- - j ular appoUtmenfi at Zion, next Sunfk Meet ttfcea hd G. W; l jr., August li 1922, a fine son, James ' &&bj&X Saturday morning:, An f fihrrfindered, his bond being fixedI at ' bia Fair, An 22-2- 5 ajr,Au;i3tn. Eterybody mYiUi; 'DnUonfcSwwntwfeftmi. Edwin. 82,000. 2 and-came trotting ! re--si- 5. 22-23-- 24 well-know- - ba ' - '2 ADAIR COUffTY NEWS UNCLE SAM Stip 5fegfrepTc4ft;fbck wfcfltfid Ifibor;. Qusly-curve- d rtneatHuiId4sES. i y cell- - S&teewfoot ON OFFICE RENTS Government Is Largest Property 'Owner in the United States. ECONOMY IS THE WATCHWORD spent In constructing the state, war Congress Keeps an Eagle Eye on ths and navy building. The new navy and munitions buildings were run up In Government's Housing Bill Comn five and a half months. in mission Saves The state, war and navy building Renjts in Three Years. cost $10,000,000 at a time when labor Washington, D. C. In the vigorous was pheap. The new buildings averhunt for more ways of saving a dol- age about $3,000,000. They have Ionic y lar, congress Is keeping an eagle eye and Doric columns and they are on the government's housing bill. The white, but they are distinctly government clerk may work in a gran- businesslike in appearance. They ite masterpiece of Greek architecture suggest, rather than imitate, Athens that suggests a large and lavish scale and old Europe. of administration, but the classic ediPost Office to Be Plainer. fice is run on a strictly modern, It is probable that the day of the basis. marble post ofbeautiful, The government is the largest prop- fice is past. Since 1913 there has been erty owner In the United States. Be- no public buildings bill to provide at sides the great department buildings one time several hundred post office In Washington, each costing several buildings for the country. These bills million dollars, it owns offices all over had very little to do with economy. It the country. These include 1,250 post was not uncommon for a town of a offices, Tanging in value from smallfew thousand souls which was repre town building worth only a few thou- sented by a live congressman, to win a sand dollars to the Chicago post office, $40,000 post office. Each congressman which cost more than $5,000,000. voted for the appropriation bill bes . Economy Becomes Watchword. cause It contained some Item in which Economy is now the watchword in he was Interested and to disapprove tnT management of all this property. of any clause was to ditch the whole Take the stucco buildings which measure. -Jm- sprang up to house the army of war GongresSiwas criticised for this sort Stenographers and filing clerks in the of pork legislation. The most successCapital. About 40,000 war workers post office getters retorted that a fcave"departed and whole blocks of the ful federal building of beauty and dignity wax bulldlpgs were was an inspiration to the citizens of "tempos," called, nave been struck like circus a town, and that from that point of tents. But some are needed because view It was a worth-whil- e investment. Washington still has twice as many The European war put a stop to such r days. clerks as in post argument and to ftie marble-fron-t The tempos near Potomac park offices eland on leased land and the lease is A few post offices are still being conabduF "to expire. Furthermore, the structed from the provisions of the owners want a higher rate of rent, and 1913 bill, but no construction work for if the government turns the property the government is being done in Washback to the owners it must tear down ington. Nor is there much prospect its stucco buildings and even pay for of any new government buildings for the structures that stood on the land a year or more. The important arwhen It took possession. chives building waits only for the word In this dilemma the government of congress. finds one satisfactory way out. It can Two recent fires in the treasury buy the land for $1,500,000, about what have shown that the old buildings are three years' rent would cost. Congress not Invulnerable, and that documents Is considering this obviously economiof great value stored In them are far cal measure, and approval is said to from safe. But economy is rampant be certain. The temporary buildings and it will doubtless be many months are regarded as good for several years, before congress can be persuaded to and after that the government will still spend money for a building program, have the land as a Bite for permanent even to insure the safety of the nastructures. tional records. Buildings Present Problem. Across the street from some of these FOOD PRICES SHOW INCREASE temporary offices is another governbuildment problem. Here are two Department of Labor Report Shows ings, joined by passageways, which toJump in 15 Cities and Lower gether make the largest office buildPrices in Only Ten. Navy ing In the world. They are the They conand Munitions buildings. Washington. Retail food prices intain 1,700,000 square feet ot space and 1,500 feet creased in 15 cities and decreased, some of the corridors are slightly in ten others from April 15 long. to May 15, according to compilation office buildThese of contention because made public by the Department of ings are a bone they were put up as temporary war Labor involving 25 of the principal structures. They stand firmly enough cities of the country. The following increases were noted: ground, but the on government-owue-d land is a part of Potomac park, and Richmond, Va., 2 per cent; Atlanta, scheme calls for the Baltimore, Birmingham, Butte, Cinthe removal of the prosaic buildings to de- cinnati, Milwaukee, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Savannah, Seattle, St. Louis and velop the park. every Washington, D. 0., 1 per cent, and The buildings are modern in respect and are extremely solid for Chicago and Omaha, less than of 1 per cent. Decreases were temporary construction. If they had Tjeen built across the street on the noted in Newark, 2 per cent; Boston, leased ground which the government Fall River, Kansas City, Rochester, 1 is now buying they would have stood per cent, and In Detroit and New York of 1 per cent. unchallenged and serviceable for at less than Comparisons of average food costs least fifteen years to come. They may stand for years as it is. The two in 1913, with the prevailing prices asked during the month, the departbuildings together cost more than They house several thousand ment stated, indicated housewives workers who would have to be pro- were paying 53 per cent more for food vided for somewhere if the biggest In Richmond, Va.; 49 per cent in government office unit were scrapped. Washington, D. C, and 44 per cent in Baltimore and Birmingham, Ala. Commission Put in Charge. Economy and the idea are contesting oveV this situation, and MONKEY VICTIM OF FASHION economy has the advantage now. Its cause being advanced for the governDemand of Paris Women for Fur ment by a public buildings commission Threatens Extinction of at the capitol. This commission has Animals. for its ultimate aim the removal of every government office in Washington Washington. Fashion's demand for from rented building space. The De- monkey fur threatens the exterminapartment of Agriculture, which is tion of Abyssinian monkeys, according housed In 26 different buildings, about to a report to the Commerce departhalf of which are rented, Is an example ment from Aden, Arabia. of the problem which confronts the The dictates of la mode, particularly commission. in Paris, the report said, have exerted The public buildings commission is a strong demand for black and white out to save the government money, and Abyssinian monkey skins to be used it points proudly to the fact that Its for trimmings. As a result the moreconomy begins at home. It has no tality is high among that variety and crew of stenographers, clerks and mes- shows no tendency of abatement. sengers. Three years ago when it The supply of skins is very limited, started it was given an initial appro- it was added, and not more than 0 priation of $10,000 by congress, and it or 20,000 can be obtained in a still has $1,000 to its credit in the year exterminating the without bank. monkey. In three years it has saved the government more than half a million" dol- irsrsssrssrssNrssrsssNsvssvtfsi lars in rents by moving bureaus out Tree That Grew Apples of rented buildings Into government-owne- d offices. Thus the commission Now Produces Cherries notes that the Veterans' bureau personnel is shrinking daily and it finds A tree that produced apples that there is room in the war risk last year and Is filled with cherbuilding for the entire force of the ries this year, is the unusual -- alien property custodian. This official sight on the William Bagley and his staff have been occupying a farm, near Onancock, Del. The apartment house at a cost to tree was one of several purthe government of $30,000 a year rent. chased from a nursery, and was The commission arranged with the bubought for an apple tree. In reau to move and credits itself with every appearance it is an apple saving the country $30,000. tree. Last year it bore for the Lavish Buildingat an End. nrst time tnree line apples. This i Unless there is a sharp reaction from year the tree Is filled with cher- - I ""the present tendency toward efficiency ries and not a sign of an apple. ? and economy there vill be no more tj elaborate monumental effects in de-- $ Half-Millioshin-inglsave-the-penn- les room' llecora'tfous such u are seen uuuui me siaie, war sou iiuvy building, and other early government edifices, are conspicuously absent from recent government construction. ponder-ousneAn example of the which characterized the first federal buildings is found in the granite pillars on the treasury facades. These huge pillars were quarried in Maine and shipped to Washington o.i sailing vessels. It took 18 oxen and eight horses to carry each of them 'to the building. Time was no obstacle in those days. Seventeen years were old-sty- le ss m& ? - Why Wt Handle ", .'. and Recommend Crown Gasoline And titer Standard Oil Product gg-t- he pre-wa- -- . ki the first place, there's none better made hgr anybody, anywhere. if there were better, we know that the Standard would, have it. With the universally acknowledged responsibility, the unsurpassed equipment and cooperation of s great a public service institution as the Standard (M Company (Ky.) to back us up in any statement we make, and in fiie service we give, we know that we can, and wiM, give you the most for your money in every purchase of gasoline, motor ofl or any other Standard Oil product. We don't try to "spoof" you into trading with us by mere assertions and technical terms. We "deliver the goods" because weVe got the goods to deliver. Crown Gasoline is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard Oil Company, incorporated in Kentucky, from whose great modern refinery at Louisville, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, unadulterated product that's acknowledged the best by every test for your motor nd pocketbook. Deal with us and play safe. record-breakin- g I city-plannin- g r Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Columbia and Vicinity five-tent- Columbia, Ky: five-tent- Co. Columbia Auto Co, Mvers & Fulks W. E. Noe. Cane Vallev Ky: J. ML Callison. Buchanan-Lyon i city-beautif- ul i r Ml VI imwl k m k wm w - life W 1 HI k i M I None Found Dissatisfied. 15,-00- six-stor- y - The West Virginians will re port their findings to their fellow growers on their return home. The unanimity of view of the Kentucky growers in regard to cooperative marketing made a profound impression on the visitors, all of whom are farmers and growers of tobacco, whose purpose in coming to Kentucky was to learn at first hand and directly from the growers themselves how, the new system of handling tobacco has worked Things may not be the best; and whether the growers are they may not even be good, and satisfied with it. All said that they did not find yet we may like them because we are used to them, which isn't a single dissatisfied member of a very good excuse for their exthe Burley Association, and that, istence. And so, if it takes an though they had come to Lexoutsider to wake us up with a ington to remain several days criticism, we can not they thought that any further afford to be finicky about his restay was a waste of time, so far marks. Kindly or otherwise, as obtaining any additional inhis hints may be useful. Let's formation was concerned, their experience in this respect being ask our neighbors what they think of our town and why they like that of the delegation recently sent by the dark tobacco think it. We ought to get some growers of Tennessee to Ken- valuable suggestions and an open tucky for the samepurpose. mind is never at fault. " well-aime- d A Chicago girl has been winning fame by breaking all records at swimming. As a fitting climax to her career she may eventually learn to bake bread. Michael Collins-- , the Veteran leader, 'has been appointed by the Irish Free State as head of the army to put down rebellion. Keep moving. You can't expect the world to lag behind with you. There is no fool quite so foolish as the fool who thinks he is a. wjse one. laCTn&uSflgrBws m vttft Wtafotofr rri-- WteV t. DEHLER BROTHERS I! CO., 6 Egst Market Street Telephone Main 2167 louismille; ky. Woodson Lewis & Son GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Means of Transportation are a Necessity To him who gets his work done with the Roofina, Pencina, Hard- ware, Contractors Supplies, AsDhalt, hihgles. g B B , Strictest Economy, both as to Time and ey, is the Yictory PROFIT. Wc Now Mon- BBBBBEIBflBBBBBNflBBBflflflflflBflflB Colds Sc Headache Black-Draug- ht offer CHEVROLET 490 $525 f. o. b. Flint High Grade Standard Automobile Tires. Kelly Springfield and Miller, Geared to the Road, at Popular Prices and other Standard Makes. Also Tubes at Low Prices. "For years we have used in our family, B I have never found any medicine that could take its B and place," Mr. H. A. Bradyville,Tenn, Q B cy, whowrites Rutherford Stacy, offarmer, recommends Mr. Sta-- m BlackCounty is a H Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- - JJ JJ vent them from developing into serious troubles. g g For Economical Transportation T. Truck, $1,125, f. o. b. Flint Samson Truck, $595, f. o. b. Jones- ville, Wis. g g gg THEDFORD'S S B BLACK -- DRAUGHT ... Black-DraugBlack-Draug- ht g B g g Special Bargain-N- ew Acme Binder, $125. Machines and Reapers. Mowing g JJ B fl g S Q "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared: "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our S ht family if it wasn't for It has saved us many gj dollars I don't see how any family can hardly go with- - B out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep B highly and am Q in the house. I recommend never without it" At all druggists. We have Just Received a Large Assortment in a wide range of Colors and Shades 28 to 35c per yard. L-75D- STRHM MKTTING g Ef IS Accept No Imitations 1.81 and Misses Pumps and Oxfords are now arriving Our late shipment and we have the Very Newest Styles to offer at all times at the Lowest Prices. of Ladies SHOES KND OXFORDS BflBflBflBflflBBflBlflBflBflflfiflBBBBB another omce, The governor is most persistence, however, in tracking office. And that is, no Congressman Langley, of the doubt, the chief reason for the Tenth Kentucky district informs failure of his administration. his friends in Louisville "over From the day he assumed office the telephones" from Washingat Frankfort the Governor has ton that he has prepared a bill been casting his eyes about for creating a Third Federal judicial another office, district in Kentucky, and at We hope this bill will not pass. once the announcement is made cannot possibly pass without at Frankfort that the plum, if It the support of the Kentucky created, will ao to Gov. Edwin will Senators, and the people P. Morrow. hold them responsible if they This is simply outrageous. assist in turning the Federal There is not a lawyer in Ken- judiciary into a pie counter. tucky who does not know that For the people of Kentucky the there is not enough Federal flash of light in a dark night. court business in Kentucky to Surely we could have no strong keep the two judges we now er proof than this affords of the have busy. One Federal judge, advisability of succeeding Mr. working as busy lawyers or Morrow by a Governor who doe3 merchants or farmers or news- not want and will not take anpaper men have to,could handle other office. Louisville Post. business, and the Kentucky handle it well. But we have The Chain Lelte: two Federal districts in the State and two judges. That One of the most childish bits of may not be changed; it superstition to which the adult situation is working,on the whole, satis mind is prey Is the factorily. The people will be "chain-letter.Al1 who receive content to support the two these letters are enjoined to send courts, but to create a third similar ones to nine friends within court simply co provide a few twenty-fou- r hours. At the end jobs for a handful of incurable of nine days if you have been an place hunters would degrade the obedient link in the chain, you Federal judiciary in the estima- are told you may expect some tion of the people of Kentucky. good fortune, If you refuse to As a matter of fact the repute be annoyed bad luck is promised of American courts, including you. So widespread is this silly cusour Federal courts, is sinking fast. Why? For the simple tom that Dr. Herbert Work, Posthave master General, in behalf of the reason that judgeships been usd and are being used as mail service, has issued an appeal political spoil. Two men offer for to the common sense of the peoone court. That court may not ple not to clutter up the mail be needed, but only one of the with such matter, Thousands of two men can get it. He gets it, dollars in postage stamps, white and then the spoilesman proceed paper and time are wasted in reto create another useless court ceiving, pondering and broadto say in order to provide a salary for casting the nothing of the puerility of the another job hunter. So far as Governor Morrow is whole proceeding. Those who insist upon casting concerned, we do not see why he cannot wait until some vacancy I charms upon their lives, inviting is created before he goes after the smile of Destiny and the Simply An Outrage. so-calle- d We have a New and Large Stock of Mens' Oxfords in a Wide Range of Prices. MENS' OXFORDS Voile, Organdies, Ratine, Georgette and Canton Crepe, Crepe and Tissue Ging- hams, Crepe De Chine, Taffeta and Messaline Silks. Ladies Corticelli Silk Hose. Gossard Corsets and Brassieres WOODSON LEWIS & SON GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. !Res. Pboae 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A L. H. Office Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST Veterinary Surgton and Dentist s Jones 1 of t Special attention p iven Disease Domestic Animals W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International Made-to-Measu- at Kch-jeoct. mile of iown, or re Clothes. - lies town road. Phone Office Front Rooms Jeffries' BTdg. 114 Second Floor, Jeffries Building. t I G. Columbia. Kv COLUMBIA., - KY. UP STAIRS. W. A. Coffey ATTORNKY-AT-LA- W COLUMBIA, KY " Office Second Floor, Court House, West Side .AdjoIninglCourt Room. Wink of Fate, have enough devices handed down from the days of savagery to satisfy them with COH.TJJMBIA. KY. & XKKKKXXiXKKKKKaKK Colun bia Barber Shop IVIORA.J A c M & troubling their friends. Let them carry rabbits' feet, buckeyes and horseshoes. Let them avoid black cats and horseshoes. Let them never break mirrors. Xet them perform with due solemnity the salt ritual. Let them do anything that will forestall the avalanche of chain-letteupon prosy persons who do not care to court their luck. Courier Journal. r3 ;BBllDaQBEfBHi.i B Accept I LOWE No Substitutes tot mX Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. BX Give us la Trial and be Convinced. i1 as m am Purely Vegetable F.9 HI is EAGLE"MIKADO MIS JrUW.-.i- Pencil No. 174 ITnV n Some people never hand in I Liver Medicine an For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Mads ia fire trade ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND chain-letter- s, item of news for publicationi BBBBBBBBBBBBB EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK happen to miss an item but if we A in which they are interested Among those who appreciate d They are now hunting for It may be that they are sore to hand us a north the importance of better homes women marry first. But light- - oldest college graduate. What pole stare' that would freeze the are the burglars. haired ones marry bfteneit. 'fothey want to prove anyhow. liver of a polar bear.' dark-haire- the '4 I ?? 4' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i - independent in a few years. One of my neighbors sold $2,000 worth of hay Published On Tuesdays West Point, Miss., Aug. 4, '22 from his first cutting of alfalfa fil Cokm6ia, Kentucky. Editor News: which was taken from near a It has been several months hundred acres and the entire exE.MURRELL, Editor since I contributed to your colpense from standing grass to " HAMLETT. - - - - Mc umns, save a personal letter you RS. loaded cars was less than $500. published a short time ago, but A Democratic Newspaper devoted to" the la with so many things to attend to Anotner am as wen on same terest of the city of ColombiaTand the People acreage and another has put inin the busy season the average C Adair and adjoininglCounties. to bale over 30 tons of red clovman will fail to use some of the hay from 12 acres and anothas second privileges he should enjoy and I er filtered at the Columba" er crop is now on the way. This mall matter. make no claims of being differis the hayenest country I ever ent to the general average in this TUESDAY AUG, 8 1922. respect. It has only been a hayed in. Again vegetables of all kinds have been abundant short time since your Russell and fruits are fine. My peach SUBSCRIPTION2PRICE: Creek correspondent called for a Kentucky its and plum trees planted two $2.00 letter from me and since it is a Out Sde of Kentucky years ago, were loaded with as All Subscriptions are due and Payable In Ad- - pleasure to meet any of his rea fine specimens of their kind I Sanc sonable requests, I am now try ever saw. Melons have been in ing to deliver the goods. We THE PRIMARY ELECTION. for some time and they are as are having seasonable weather good as grow anywhere. I am The primary passed off very and crops of all kinds are good. not a melon grower, but if I had Quietly in Adair county and a I have been over considerable some of my old neighbors here, very light vote was polled. In territory in this state within the the 29 preciDcts in Adair, the last month and every where I who claim to know how to produce them I would show them Democrats whofvoted cast their have been abundant crops of evthat it does not take expert suffrage almost solidly for Hob-soery thing grown in this state are knowledge to produce them in L. James for Judge of the in evidence. This week I made this country. Our lands have .Court of Appeals. But few county a trip to Chickasaw the right kind of push and we publicans voted between Kincaid which joins this county on the only have to bring the seed in and Hubbard, candidates for northwest, and I never saw finer contact with the soil to get the Congress. The total vote each corn and cotton in any country most desirable results. I have candidate received is as follows: and especially corn. I attended as fine as I ever saw and plenty 742 James, a meeting in that county its obof them and not a thing put un23 McCandless, ject being to develop oil. Over der them. I have never had as 54 Kincaid a year ago a company was form fine garden as we have this year. 161 Hubbard, ed and a hole was made over T.o make a long story short will We have not heard from all feet, when some trouble in say that our productive latitude the 23 counties in the district, the well forced an abandonment is as broad as any country I evbut the reports that have come of it, and the company being er saw and that means that we In shows that the Appelate race without funds, dropped out encan produce every thing we dewill be very close. tirely. The driller employed resire and in less time than any moved his rig a few feet and Loyd George, in an address at place I have ever been. To my proceeded on his own money to London, a few days ago, stated friend. Russell Creek Correput down a well believing in it spondent, by reference to the that the League of&nations is being a good bet for his money. map of Mississippi you will obvital to prevent another war. He is an ezperienced oil man and serve that West Point is on the Charles W. Bryan, of Lincoln, confidently expects to drill in a eastern slope of the state and Nebraska, has just been nomi- good well in the near future. He drained by the Tombigbee that nated by the'JIDemocrats of his is now down 1,835 feet. Suffi discharges its waters in Mobile State for Governor. It is an cient money was raised by the bay. By measurement you will honor that Mr. Bryan has here- sale of leases and subscriptions readily see that it is over 100 tofore sought. He is a brother to carry on the work for a few miles due east of some place on of W.J. Bryan. more weeks and it need not be a The Father of Waters and while surprise to hear from this well no mountains intervene yet a Jas. A. Reed hasibeen renom- being a good one. The driller chain of hills stand as a barrier inated in Missouri for United says that he has never had a against any wild caperings of States Senator. He has been a more flattering prospect in any that great river and should it evdisturbing element injthe Demofield, judging from what he has er cross over to the Prairie, Ruscratic party for several years, gone through. When the drill sell Creek would inundate the but his home peoplejwill vote for hung in the first hole considerPubiic square of Columbia. The him. A man who is never in able gas was encountered, and it one is as probable as the other line with his party, should be is his opinion that had he been is possible. I give you these given a able to have gone a little deeper facts to relieve you from any Little hope is entertained for a good well would have resulted. fears that you may have conan early settlement of the rail I know nothing about the indi- cerning the welfare of your The head officials cations except what others tell friends from Adair, who have .i road strike. refused to accede to the terms me, but with an unwavering re- staked their claims in this state. laid down by President Harding, port from Geologists of reputa- If you could only see the delta and the general opinion is that tion and from the driller who has of this state that part protectthey acted wisely. The proposi- - been successful in many of the ed by the Levee, see itB wondertion was all for the goose and great producing fields, I fully ful crops, its inexhaustible fernothing for the gander. The offi- - believe the completion of this tility and its millions of acres, cials want to do the right thing, well will put this state on the oil then cross the low hilly country but do not want to surrender map of the country. and into the Prairie section, I The hay proposition in this sectheir business to the strikers. feel certain that you would say. tion keeps us busy. Two crops The Ku.Klux Klan is taking an of alfalfa has been saved and that The Maker of the universe active part in politics. They fig- the third is now ready. John- gave the Sunny South her full good earth. In justice ured largely in the last Demo- son grass was fine and most of it share of cratic primary in Texas, and at was saved in No. one condition to my old State, and, it is a good this time they are very much in- and the second crop is about one, one I am always ready to terested in the Democratic pri- ready for the mower. The third defend as best I can when any mary for Governor in Oklahoma. crop of alfalfa is just about a insinuation of inferiority may be cast at it, I tell you that it does half crop due to hot and dry The Governor of Tennessee not outclass in productive powers weather. Alfalfa started at $22 was asked by the Governor of this commonwealth. We have but dropped to $16. Johnson Kentucky to send troops to the the desirable lands, but we need Tennessee line in Bell county, dropped from $14 to $12. The more people. I notice of late Ky., and Olaiborne county, Ten- first crop of alfalfa averaged that chicken thieves have been nessee, to assist in maintaining about $20 per acre and in some doing some work in your section. instances better. It is a safe order. such conduct I regret that count to expect from $40 to $60 anywhere but so it President Poincare, of France, nee per acre from good alfalfa should occur Lloyd George, of England, have and Johnson will almost pay as is. West Point has a population of 5,000 and judging it by conbeen notified that they are in well. I have never seen any duct it is in a class by its self. danger of being assassinated by a country the equal of this for No chicken raids are made and lot of Germans touges. Whenever grass anfl it is my judgment that the legger and shiner have no that is done something else will the young man who will settle place of business here. We have follow. Germany will be on cattle and hay farming here been here over three yeard "and "comrade," fc aar Coaivty NevJs keadible Letter. will become H&yjUglU&y&y m HUWH!2HUU!!illl tt 0Sy i m A Line Of THE i Winners I m m m m m m Post-offlc- e Billikin Shoe Of The 20th Century .if? I I '! J m The, J l'n & onoe m m m n Ladies Comfort 8 k THE 1 Billiken SHOE m 3"OC Kiddie's Delight Misses Pleasure Foot-Eas- e m m m m & m Pathfinders of Dohoney & Dohoney mm set-bac- k. J not a serious difficulty in the town and but one or two in the county and they were negroes who could not agree with themA selves. You are cordially invited to visit me and I will show you the best country you ever sew above high water and a WHEN WORKING IN THE PROPER stranger to bone meal and Bowk-er- s CHANNELS fertilizers. We do not have to use it for the land's sake. If you have $100.00 or more, and would like to Now, Mr. Editor, I notice that your registration law has make it WORK TO ITS UTMOST SLAVE DAY AND return its Full Earning Value, write for been declared unconstitutional NIGHT-t- o and therefore no law. I believe Free confidential information regarding a high class that every voter should be reg- proposition with large profit possibilities. istered and when registered In order to properly present the proposition to that one time be sufficient so you, it will be necessary for you to advise us how long as he remains in the premuch you might be willing to Put To Work, provide cinct in which be registered. proven to your entire satisfaction An annual registration is annoy-- J ing it can be ing and a permanent one is the a small amount might return exceptionally large one that will give the best re- profits. sults and most of the states have Please write in English, This may not appear such a law. Registration guards again. Cut It out: Our guarantee is absolutely Free. against certain fraudulent pracAddress, tices employed in many parts of the country where no record of legal voters are kept,. I am not Box 16, No. 523 W. 146 St. acquainted with the provisions NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. of the act passed by your lawmakers, but an attempt for a permanent registration is a move those close contests in the show about Fair times. I need no inin the right direction as I see it. ring so common and exciting vite for if within my power I'll I believe that every voter should every year. It would be of far be there. C. S. Harris. be registered and pay a poll tax more pleasure to me to meet so m as well, and if that measure pro- many of my old friends I have You can't make an efficiency vided such it would be in keep- met on those grounds, but under reputation by watching the other ing with other states whose rec- present circumstances I am not fellow do it. ords for clean elections and fair- likely to be there so I hope that ness are not questioned. Again the Fair will be a success and A young man never goes crazy if it carried an educational qual- that all who attend will have a when he is in love. He only ification why should it be oppos- pleasant time. I am likely to be gets dippy. ed when the moonlight school in Virginia at that time and it Cheer up! You may be presihas full swing. ; might happen that on my return dent some day. Every dinky It would be a pleasure to be at organization has one. your Fair and witness some of; I could drop off for a few days YOUR MONEY HAS TREMENDUOUS EARNING POWER that BUSINESS ENGINEER, N HE ADAl&rCOUNTY NEWS . Mr. C. P. Scott, Ghent,. Ky., had. business in this place a few days ago. Mr. V. B Morgan, Cincinattl, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. Messrs. O O and L. G. Anderson, Monticello, were in Columbia recently. Mr J L Dillon, traveling salesman, was here a fb'w days since. Mr. E. Campbell, Jr., Creelrboro, was in this vicinity recently. tie 4444e"Q"Q"6"fr0 J r we are Sh owing 4 - Wethmgton, Casey Creek, was on our streets a few days since. Mr. J. W. Mr. R. L Durham, of Greensburg bar, was here a few days ago Mr W. L Baker, cashier of the Bank of Moneicello his wife and daughters were here last week. Mr. H. T. Baker Is recovering from the effects of a large carbuncle under this week, new lines of Breakfast' Suits and Porch Aprons, made up in the Latest Styles of Ginghams and Percales. 'Priced from 75c to 1.50 each.. IT1 his arm. Miss Susan Miller is visiting friends in Monticello. Mr. S. E Shively left Thursday morning for Pleasant Lake, North Dakota, where he owns a large farm. He will be there during harvesting time. He has In about 500 acres in wheat and barley. Mr. A. W. Glasgow, of Catlettsburg, Russell & Co. .a 111 m f5W 44MQMfr4444Mt44i m has been in the county for the past two weeks His wife and children came in the advance of him. Mrs. Chelsie Barger and her little daughter, Mary D. left for Paris, Ky. to spend a few weeks, Jast Wednesday morning. Lillie Judd lelt for Louisville last Friday morning. She will be ab sant several days. Miss Mesdames 4444$44444K TRAINING COLUMBIA, KY.. 9t LINDSEY-WILS- ON SCHOOL cigarettes it 7 i iy v lir L D. Allen and Ben An A Grade High School. Gives work in Grades beyond the Fourth,, Good Equipment. New Thirty Thousand Dollar Gymnasium under construction. Close Supervision. Competent Faculty. Student Body of Two Hundred and Twenty-fivSpecial Courses in Piano Voice andJExpression. Rates, Eighteen Dollars a month. Fall Tents Opens Sept. 5, 1922. For Information Address,. e. C COPYRIGHT BY CHARLES SCRIBNE.R'3 SON: cr O'Rear, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are visiting at the home of Mr. Walter being Eirod Elrod, Mrs. their mother. Miss Mary Hendrickson, Louisville, and Miss Bess Rice, Cane Valley, spent a day or two of last week, at the home of their uncle. Mr. Geo. E. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grider, Mont pelier, were here a few days ago. Mrs. They ore GOOD! R. V. Bennett Prin. w MorelLight and better lipht. Use Radium Kerosene. Porch Swings at Dohoney & Dohoiey. Bay this Cigarette miSavetfoney Joe Hurt Golf Refining Co. Own Home Product OiL- We respectfully solicit your patrtas-ag- e. By patronizing us you are patr- visited Grider, Montpelier, left for their home, El Paso, Texas, the latter part DENTIST of this week, stopping a few days with Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Stevenson, this Jamestown, - Kentucky. Wanted. place, this week, before starting. days immediately preceding and and the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith and little during the Revolutionary war. in our own home. We have high-grad- e A good work horse. baby, of Van Lear, Ky., arrived Jast Foxes Wanted! gas-oi- l is a thrilling story of love and battles, setting for fuel, oilengines anci It Thursday afternoon, Mr. Doc Walker, Farmers Milling Co., Buying With Affidavit. tractors. Road-oi- l for your stresta to forth much of the history of the period, particularly Columbia, Ky. brother of Mrs. Smith, met them with keep the dust down this snmmer.. the campaigns of George Rogers Clark against W. S. Hodgen, an auto at Campbellsville. Fuel oil for your steam boiler, that is Indians and British in the West and the defense of More Power, More Miles Campbellsville, Kentucky. Mr. Chelsie Barger and Mr. Edward Virginia against Tarleton and Cornwallis. cheaper to burn than wood. Wo Use Hamlett made a business trip to would be pleased to quote you prices That GoodJGulf Gasoline. Greensburg last Thursday. For Sale. on any of the above products, anui Joe Hart, Mr. Robert Scalf, wife and baby; with our fair policy of satisfaction or1 Mr. Swain Scalf and wife, and Mr. Gulf Refining Co. One hundred fifty acres of timber your money back guarantee we. are? Miss Jennie Garnett. They will be Loul Ernesto Porchennie, Mrs. Nannie and land, mote or less. 9 miles East of making friend rapidly. THE HOME with their friends several days Scalf, all of Louisville, are spend- Edmonton, will be sold in Edmonton, Death of Garnett Morris CONCERN. Gen. Jas. Garnett, wife and son and ing this week at the home of Mr. Ky., August 21st. Hickory, oak, pop. Tha Carnahan Oil & Refining Ca. Miss Jennie Garnett are spending this R. H. Price. lar and ash Any one wishing to buy About two weeks ago Garnett MorMessrs. W. R. Garrison, E. L Sin. week at the Griffin Springs Creelsboro, Ky. Mrs. Bramlette Beard and Mrs R same. See ris, very well known in this city, came C. J. Davidson, Clair, A. L. Garrett and Clemens Sin- J. R. Froedge, Breeding, Mr. R. E. Tandy, of Georgetown, B. Watson and children, of McKinney, f :om Kansas City to visit at the W. I. General Manager;. clair were in Louisville last week. Mrs. J. P. W. T. Froedge, Glasgow. Ind , is shaking the hand of many of Texas, visited Mr. and 38-tMcNew home, and last Friday was taMr. T. A. Baker and son.Mrs. W. R t Beard last week county friends. his Adair ken seriously sick the end came at Walker and son, Cleburne, Texas, son I have a car load of Utica Lime far Mr. Creel Beck, Louisville, Messrs. will leave for Mr W. T McFarland The primary being over, the canvass 3 o'clock Monday morning. He had sale and also a carload of salt. daughter of Judge H. C Baker, and Louisville tomorrow, having been John Moss and Forest Hobson, of for the November election will start been in poor health because of paralySam Lewis. this place, arrived last Thursday night summoned on the Federal Jury. Campbellsville, spent laBt Thursday sis for some months. in a few days. spend a week or two with and will Walker and her sen, afternoon and night in Columbia. The funeral services took place at parent, brother and sisters at the old Mrs. John Lee Peltyton. Good Farm for Sale. John Ritchey, left for Burkesville Mr. Beck is a son of Mr. and Mrs 11 a. m., Tuesday, July 4th, at the homestead. Sam Beck, and is a nephew of Mrs. Monday morning. Christian Church, conducted by Mrs. Mr. John Q. Alexander, of LouisH. W. Depp and Mr. J. C. Strange. decided to sell my farm. It C. E. Fritts. the pastor, and the burW. Jones Is improving Mr. D. E. Sanders and Ecf I have Mrs. W. ville, was here, meeting his trade, last When a boy he lived with his parents contains 105 acres. It is in a good ial took place at McBee Chapel cem- Mils were at Columbia last Monrecent accident. from her Thursday. in Columbia. His friends were glad state of cultivation and a well produc- etery, where a sin and other members day. Mr. H. N. Miller has been confined was Mr. W. W. Mitchell. Lebanon, to see him. ing farm. On it is a good dwelling, of the family were buried. to his room for several days, suffering Mr. Luther Ford and J. L here last Friday. Miss Julia Eubank was in the all necessary outbuildtngs, and a good James Garnett Morris was born at with rheumatism. Mr. Lucian Gaskin, revenue enforceLouisville market last week. barn. It is in a splendid neighbor- Columbia, Kentucky, November" 27, Jones are building a nice resi Dr. O. P. Miller arrived from Evans ment officer, was here last Friday en to churches and 1862, died at Braymer, Mo , July 3rd, dence for N. T. Jones. Mrs. Geo. H. Nell, her daughter, hood, convenient Saturday and will be here Russell Springs. Another ville, Ind., route to Mrs. W. E Harris and three sons, W. school. Mrs. W. H. Lemmon and sonv 1922, age 59 years, 7 months and 6 several days. officer was with him. Johnson, Albert E., George Nell and Charles Russell, days. Hiram, of Green county, Iwere-her- e Barkesville Hamlett was in BurkesGlensfork, Ky. Mrs Bruce Montgomery, her daughreturned from Indianapolis last He was married to Helena Emma last week for the purpose off Friday. 39-Thursday night. They came via ter, Elizabeth, and son, James, were ville last Ora White, Nov. 28, 1888. To this purchasing a farm. Mrs Lillian Conover and daughter, Petersburg,Ky where they stopped in Campbellsville last Thursday. five children, three The Auto travelling from Columbia union were born Miss Fannie Holladay are spend to see relatives. Mr. W. E. Harris Protracted meetings are yery Mr. J. E Rice of Romine, mingled and two girls. His wife and two to Lebanon will soon be clear through boys and days in Louisville. will arrive later. with his f riends in Columbia last Fri ing a few sons, James Curtis and Virgil White numerous in this community. with no switch off, as a new iron Mrs. Marion Capshaw, of West Virday. Mr. Leo C. Wright arrived from bridge will soon span the. Kollingfork have preceded him in death. One son, Mrs. Ermine Jeffries hasre- Russell, of Louisville, arrived ginia, arrived in Columbia Sunday. Louisville last Thursday night. Walter Ray Morris, 1312 Stewart Ave. turned from a two weeks visit Mr. JO at New Market. The old wooden Kansaj, and two daughat ttie home of his brother. Dr. C. M She was met at Lebanon by her broth bridge, as you remember, was burned Kansas City, County. er, Mr. Paul Marshall. Friday night. ters, Mrs, Maude Mae TedroT, of Russell, ago. Just received a lot of High Grade some months Mrs. Sallie Sublett was very 1964 N 27th street, and Mrs. Theresa Kenneth White, of Louisville, son Mr. Horace Cundiff left Sunday Buggies at a low prices, See IdaPepperdine, of 2719 North 22nd sick several days of last week. Ginseng. nf Mr and. Mrs. S. F. White, is visi morning to resume wo'k in Cincinnati. S. F. Eubank. Btreet, Kansas City, Kansas, and five Mr. J. S. Breeding, who has been Mr. Ira Powers, of Harrods-bur- g, ting relatives in Columbia. 41-grandchildren, survive. points visited Mr. W. S. Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. L. O Taylor arrived visiting his children at various I have a lot of Golden Seal seed for One brother Milan R. Morris, of month, returned to Colnmbia Mr. J. G. Eubank will soon have sale. . laat Saturday wees. for a from Frankfort and family last Sunday. Midvale, Idaho, and one sister, Mrs. completed, at his residence, a nice Sel Bennett, They spent several days with Mr last week. Mrs. Millie Smith and daughMollie E.- Rosenbaum, of Braymer, Columbia, Ky. t Miss May Montgomery, who is in room which he will use for his repair Taylor's mother, at Montpelier, then will be kept wall Mo., are also living. ter Lillie, left last Saturday foe came to Columbia where Mrs. Taylor the millinery business, Chattanooga, shop, and in which Mr. Mat. Brockman, who removed . Tenn., was here on business lasU week. paper. He was converted at the age of 27 a visit in West Virginia,. has been with her relatives since-Mrfrom Adair county to Russell, thirty years, and joined the Baptist Church. Taylor returned to Frankfort the Miss Florence Ruberts, a Mr. J. F. Mills, who has bewa For Sale. Sow and eight pigs. years ago, died near Jamestown one He lived an upright honorable life, week. and adjoining coun- first of this teacher in Adair C. W. Young, Joppa, Ky. sick for several months, died last day last week. He is survived by five and in death he is most deeply mourn4l-was IJOIC obgii v4a.jo ui jcwu "con. Gen. Jas. Garnett and Mrs, Garnet ties, and four daughters. Sunday July 26, with heart sons ed by those who knew him best. laVjMr. G. W. Ruberts Jr., Dunnville, arrived from Louisville last trouble Braymer, Missouri paper. . The News 81.50 in Kentucky. The News, $1.50 in Kentucky: afternoon and stopped at the home Ol ' was in Columbia a few days since. HIS closes triumphantly the author's remark-able series of novels of American life. It is particularly appropriate that it goes back to the romantic origins of the people so happily celebrated in Fox's mountain stories. It had long been in his mind to show the sturdy pioneers. Erskine Dale, raised among the Indians, though of Virginia blue blood, is a splendid type of the people J B. Grider and chidren, who at the home of Mr. W. C. K. S. LESTER Women of the Columbia Baptist church have voted to let men attend church without coats. The men ought now ballot on whether or not they will allow women to attend church without hats. Glasgow Times. timethe onizing a home concern and witnacfc your help, we cannot hope to tziXL. Our gasoline has the punch you neetS for your car, with more milage pes gallon. Our lamp oil does not hae the objectionable odor so often complained about in Kerosene. We have to burn oil ourselves for lights, consequently we have your interest s right: Watch for the First Serial Installment in PERSONAL f 41-3- 41-2- t- tf in-Case- y 2t - 39-4- 9 well-know- n 3t X! I I ADAIR -i v- COUNTY-NE- WS l- - WAKGE PLOT. , IN HARDING TO TAKE VIOLENCE FOLLOWS RAILROAD ' - MIL defers CAR FIRE DRASTIC STEPS Immediate Resumption of Coal Mining Operations Being Considered by the President. INDUSTRIES FACE STRIKE Don't be aor Sympathizers Firing Freight Cars u'n Chicago Yards. -- ILLINOIS TROOPS PREPARED TO QUELL DISORDERS CALLS IN OTHER STATES The Unions, Railroads And Labor Boards Stand Firm In Their Attitude x W5HUMEDHUB0B tShff BOARD SHORTAGE Toward The Walkout "Employes Not To Be Driven Back," Declares Labor Chief. and Pound Foolish . - Penny Wise i -- vtf the Strikers Declares Men Sws Signified Willingness to Confer But Peace Overtures Were Ignored. Cabinet Member Says President Will Have New Offer to Make to the Bituminous Miners Has Hopes. Fall Qalcago, July 8. A plot to burn EssMSreds of freight cars in the yards aC:tfie Baltimore & Ohio railroad In efcfe Chicago manufacturing district orwb rjfcarged by J. C. Molter, chief wxHaJL agent for the road, after 3aas2s "had partly wrecked one of a BSj3f cars standing "on a siding. Xtoeuipt arrival of the firemen a spread of the fire. "J tlie work of strikers or JMolter said. "If the fire had ttwsi been promptly checked it would Hwora spread to hundreds of cars and ttb Joss would have been appalling." v Ktire 'Gaptain Hubert Classen told ttftaj jpdL'ce he found evidence of oil Unoitaig been poured over rubbish in -pre-"vcsf- ci sympa-RSfcEens- ," Iascr. Cirxpcasibility for the further of the strike of the 400,000 scalircad men and the resultant was placed directly up to the ;G3tatea States Railway Labor Board aa& txaHway executives by B. M. Hencai,!l:eai of the strikers. "E&e 'Strikers, through their leaders. Rwdll pointed out, have signified their riSHnsness to meet in conference with uSwrized representatives with the C37 .of settling the strike. These :att3OTertures, the strike leader been Ignored, both by tht ?3wJlay executives and the labor con-tosfaaconse-uyusaac- Blames Labor Board. Washington, July 8. With big industries in many parts of the country running headlong Into a coal shortage resulting from the mine strike, cabinet officials predicted that President Harding would lose no time upon his return to Washington to take drastic steps leading to an Immediate resumption of mining operations. Reports to the Department of Commerce describe severe fuel shortages in New England and the Northwest, while from other sections come information which convinces those in touch with the industrial situation that It will be necessary for the federal government to step into the breach between the operators and miners with more force than has characterized previous efforts to end the strike. To Make New Offer. One member of the cabinet said President Harding would have a ne'w offer to make to the bituminous section of the national coal conference when it resumed its deliberations on Monday. It was pointed out, however, In administration and congressional circles that there are only two ways to end the strike now open to the government. These are: Arbitration or the taking over of the mines. While the miners continued informal s, i ttafli has '"been and can be said," 'S.-sr3- stjy'ofoT a speedy settlement of the aijjpsjca's controversies and their re-Jnarn'to'-work- Jewell, "regarding the neces- - . A ""Sat tt be "remembered now and for sail! fme that notwithstanding the fact w&nswtf-.fcavbeen and are now willing Cttjvaeec anyone authorized to advance uxtiRapoeal or settlement, that no such ifitrrjosal has been forthcoming. crafts have for more 'isiVtvTO years done everything that Qfcmsarable men with reasonable human nU2Rigence could think of to avoid the s$taElonwlth which they are now and into which they were .3 "ess3l as a last resource. We have 'iTUKassl .a consistent desire and fta meet with responsible arftles, and our expressed desires HSoew! met "with iro response. ""E&raee 'toe responsibility for the iTttrJ&wn: continuance of this strike, ""wrkTrfi shall continue to a successful I 3KSsdtnsion Is theirs and not ours." Ask rMilitia in Nebraska. TRcrcbln, Is'ebr., July 8. Mobilization oCstSate "troops for strike duty was S. It. McKelvie by ntswaixy "and1 city officers from several towns whre railroad shops to be preparing to at-- ?a"2 9:aegtMap3satIon with strikebreakers. Ufaaon headquarters reported they sE Teceive'd word that several strikebreakers are enroute to :2vS;caska "shop towns and will be rtBSri-t- o different plant If guard "X5t--sfcop con-txwss- el ss car-:ttose- conversations with respect to the govefforts, the anernment strike-endin- g thracite operators and miners again went into secret session to resume their still unfruitful wage negotiations. Secretary of the Interior Fall, who Is representing the President in the hard coal negotiations, believes the two groups in this controversy are not as far apart as they Imagine. 53 Days' Supply on Hand. Chicago. The first week of the strike of railway shopmen ended with sporadic violence reported in widely scattered sections of the country, troops held in readiness to quell trouble in Illinois and soldiers requested in other states and union officials, railroad executives and the United States Railroad Labor Board standing firm In the position each assumed when the walkout was started July 1. The attitude of the federated shop crafts was Indicated when B. M. Jewell, head of the railroad employees department of the American Federation of Iflbor, issued a statement disclaiming any further responsibility for continuation of the strike and holding the railroads and the Ixibor Board to blame for the length of time the walkout lasts. "Those who oomplain because the rallwaj shop strike has not been settled should understand that the men have been forced out much against their will," his statement said. The strike has been in progress one week, notwithstanding the fact that we, by every means available to us, have made It known that conference was desired with any responsible' person authorized to negotiate a settlement or that any proposal by any person properly authorized would be considered carefully, no movement has been made by other parties to bring about a settlement. The striking employees are not to be driven back. They are asking only for justice and will not submit willingly to less." Ben W. Hooper, Chairman of the labor board, issued an individual statement in which he asserted thatv "the only feasible way" for the shop crafts ogranization to end the strike was to follow in the footsteps of the maintenance of way organization, whose officers appeared before the board and agreed to postpone their strike pending further negotiations. Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. There's Only One Way to Save on Bake Day USE The Economy I CALUMET BAKING POWDER V eoiiTOnaua-- It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking. You use less because it contains more than the ordinary leavening strength. BEST BY TEST The World's Greatest Baking Powder CRIME CLUE FOUND Receipt For $18,000 Is New Angle In Murder Case Distillery And Warehouse Seized Louisville, Ky. Simultaneously with the seizure at Lawrenceburg by Government representatives of the Bond Bros. Distillery and the Paxton Company warehouse, Chief of Detectives De Forester, of Ijouisvllle, announced a new clue in the murder of John Thomas, 32 years old, LouisvHle the finding of a receipt for $18,000 near the scene of the murder. Another angle to the investigation was Hie inquiry being conducted at Covington by M. C. Bane. Chief Field Deputy in the office of Robert H. Lucas, Collector of Internal Revenue, Into the theft of 189 barrels of whisky from the Paxton warehouse within the last two weeks. The receipt was found by Anderson County officers investigating the slaying of Thomas and the removal of whisky from the warehouse. The nature of the receipt was not disclosed. Radio Aids Detectives. Secretary of Commerce Hoover announced that a survey of coal stocks In the hands of public utilities, Including electric light and gas companies, showed 53 days' supply on hand on June 15. Hoover said public utilities are obtaining regular supplies of coal from mines. The survey, he said, embraced the entire country and Included nil Important public utilities. coal from Shipments of West Virginia have been practically stopped by the strike of shopmen on the Norfolk and Western railroad In that state, Wm. H. Johnston, president of the International Association of Machinists, declared. non-unio- n non-unio- n there's no other drink thats just like Mill mil Squeeze Ladies first, of course but, my! it is to be polite, sometimes. how-har- d jfrange ORANGE SQUEEZE! not a flat substitute, but the natural flavor of the fresh ripe fruit with the most refreshing tang and delightful zest. If you weren't so dignified, you'd rub your "tummy", too ! Drink Orange Squeeze any tirre and all the time. It's good and good for you. Sold only in bottles, at fountains and all soft drink dispensers. A case at homo will make all the family happier. NATIONAL FRUIT FLAVOR CO, NEW ORLEANS, DARING DAYLIGHT HOLDUP Two Armed Men Rob Messenger in Montreal of $29,000 Payroll and Make Escape. 4 It '&. .iJjarseral's Montreal, Can., July 8. The most daring daylight holdup in years was pulled off on St. James street In the heart of Montreal's financial section at 11 o'clock, when two armed men "tuabaERzatson is- ordereU. backed the messenger of the Domin""Guard Mobilized. ., ion Textile company Into a little cul Sater.'-MoJuly 8. Although the the comde sac and took from naitaaaa strike situation remained pany's payroll of $29,000him the point at Xuiiere, ft was reported that tguard troops at Loonvllle and of guns. The messenger had jut come from "'"WlsETcnsburg, near here, had been and were in readiness to be the bank and was on his way back to the office when two unmasked men saerct to ibis city on short notice. stuck their guns into his ribs and or"Militia Being Held. Springfield, HI.. July 8. The strike dered him into the lane. Thousands of Jitantion at Decatur apparently has Thepeople were passing at athe time. few secwhole thing only took fcfcnfifeteQown and unless there are onds. The thugs escaped. "renewed violence In connec-Tan'with" the Strike of Wabash railroad finij?nien "there "the state troops now RIOTOUS MARINES' TERMS CUT KcS&iUzt&I will "not be dispatched to ritetet 'place. This advice came from Sentences of Some Tried for Nicaragua Trouble Sft Aside by Navy Frank L. Taylor of the adjutant na-tJiKmo-"&l2sa. Radio aided detectives in the capture of Isidor Nathan, who was brought to New York from Albany, where he was arrested. Nathan, who is accused of having taken $60,000, was located in an Albany department store, where, it is said, he was attempting to dispose of $10,000 in jewelry. New York authorities had heard that he was attempting to escape to Europe. Radio messages were broadcast, and in a few minutes word was received that he had been arrested. New York. Will Use Mail 'fMlrlHi llBJfflHliilHii!r II II U. S. A. iSl ' -- Planes office. OTicials. r Washington. July 8. Court-martisentences in the cases of the United rneace. States marines who last December Damage Airbrakes. "shot up" Managua. Nicaragua, have "Sew T7orfc, July 8'. Airbrake and put out of in some cases been set aside and In on '40 passenger coaches other cases reduced, according to an iS5Bawnlssion announcement by Acting Secretary tne" West Shore 'Railroad at although guards were on Roosevelt of the Navy department in l, his review of the general c4otyinv.hen7ards. Theract was xo hsre been done Hy striking records. anployees. IN JUMPS DOLLAR PARIS SENTENCED TO DIE l?Ir.HBSS. Exchange Market Feverish and Francs Weakest of Lot Are Heavily Interfered AVith Seizure of Church Sold. Treasures and Get Death Penalty. 8. The dollar Paris, France. TIocow, TAily "8. Eleven persons made a tremendous jump in value Vmbtc been sentenced to death by the overnight on the Paris exchange 4 'Stttrcgrad .revolutionary 'tribunal for market, opening at 12.75 francs as with yesterday's closing 1 i&3cfcrln with "ihe seizure df church compared Fifty-threothers Tiave price of 12.26, while the pound sterling sentenced to various terms of sold at 5G.50 francs, against 54.85. were c The exchange market was feverish ament Twenty-twand there was heavy selling of francs, which were the weakest of the lot. al JXh.e .three hundred militiamen will J2TheTd at their armories until further -- Du-'txarai- t, 1Z.-3.- , conrt-martla- Chicago. Interest estimated at ?100,-00- 0 a month, will be saved the bankers of New York and Chicago through the use of mall airplanes, it was stated. Colonel Paul Henderson, Second Assistant Postmaster General, told Chicago bankers that the postoffice department has completed plans for the rapid transmission of money by mail. "The $100,000 in interest lost every month while large sums of money are in transit between Chicago and New York will be saved." German Cruiser Reported. lei COCA COLA QUI ( sj BOTTLING WORKS itage of all men, in all lands ev-eor Lincoln. A Warning Washington. The fall of the German Government is threatened and where. Destroy this spirit stringent measures have been enacted by the protection of the republican What constitutes the bulwark and you have planted the seeds regime, the Commerce Department was advised in a cablegram from Com- of our own liberty and independ- despotism at your own doors. mercial Attache Herring at Berlin. is not our frowning ence? ry HENRY W. DEPP DENTIST It e o fered to lease that part of the Louis) ville & Nashville Railroad extending between Banner Fork and Corbin, Ky., and from Corbin to Cincinnati, and, operate it with the present force of; railway employes, "that coal maybe, moved to Detroit." It became known that Mr. Ford made the offer tovne Would Lease Road Detroit, Mich. Henry Ford has of- -- Seflto,n-a., sacHcn Hang Two Murderers. Salem, Oregon, July 8. John Rathie TTAMAPi1n TTintitnc . and Elvie D. Klrby were, hanged at the . iUBinCe neuuraua, .7 v.nnfintwo necrro worn- - state penitentiary hereJfor complicity mgP1..-- , ti lall by a mob In the murder of Sheriff Taylor. Ttit -, taKeu u.w lynched. Pendleton in July, 1920, i ,,1 n, ' ta whites . . ..J-- j mh a Lvnch Nearo. hun ? 8-- Je Pemberton, in the Bossier T' -- "" President of the Louisville and iNash-vill- e after the, railroad companyAha'd, informed him it was unMebtmcsej $000 cars of coal coosnSt5eS5t tadustries because of labj)rtrou'bleg.j battlement , our bristling sea coasts, our army and navy. They are not our reliance against tyranny. All of these may be turned against us without making us weaker for the struggle. Our reliance is in the love of liberty which God has planted in us. Oar defense let in the spirit which prizes liberty as the her Familiarize yourself with the chains of bondage, and you prepare your own limbs to wear them. Accustomed to trample on the rights of others, you have lost the genius of your own independence and become the fit subjects of the first cunning tyrant who rises among you. Abraham Lincoln. Gas Given Fop Painless Extraction Teeth. of COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. A college education is a valuable thing and greatly to be de-sire-d, but if it fails to broaden the heart as well aa the mind, it is a failure. ADAIR C0UNTYIKEH8 MEN TRAP DE VALERA Surrounded in Hills in EDWARD L DOHENY Horiwirms RaM Tikcct Xobacco growers are the annual task of ridding- - tfeacr--, Southern Dublin County at Head of Band of Rebels. CATHAL BRUGHA DEAD, REPORT Dublin Is Quickly Resuming Normal Life 700 Irregulars Held Prisoner by Free Staters Inch Fort Under Siege. London, July 8. It Is reported that Eamonn de Valera and Erskine Child-erwith the Irish rebel followers, have been surrounded in the hills In the southern part of Dublin county, said a Dublin dispatch to the Evening News. A Central News dispatch from Dublin said that Cathal Brugha, chief aid to De Valera, had died of his wounds s, The Price of Beautiful Rooms The only price you need to pay for beautiful rooms is the extremely low price of Richardson Wall Board. And when we talk Richardson Wall Board to you, we talk only three things: Utility! There is an almost unlimited variety of uses for it as a permanent finish for any room in the home; for converting attics or other wasted space into useful rooms; for finishing garages or barns; for summer cottages or camps. In Mater hospital. Brugha was wound- ed in the fighting RICHARDSON - day night. Free State troops were victorious In a three-hou- r battle with irregulars at Boyle, according to a Dublin dispatch to the Star. Blessington, near the border of County "Wicklow and County Dublin, has been captured from the irregulars by Free Staters. Early reports put De Valera in that district. Five British warships have dropped anchor in Cork harbor. Cork has now succeeded Dublin as the hotbed of rebellion against the Irish provisional government. Dublin Back to Normal. Dublin, July 8. Although there was desultory sniping throughout Dublin the city is quickly resuming normal life. Hundreds of youths are responding to Michael Collins call for volunteers, and are enlisting In the regular at Dublin Wednes- ;s Quality! Richardson Wall Board is made by The Richardson Company, with the reputation of over 50 years' manufacturing experience behind it. This assures the best of materials as well as skilled workmanship. The government has recognized the quality of this product by using ' millions of feet of it. Price! Richardson Wall Board is as low in price as any good wall board on the market. h li.irdson methods, T-'s- plants of hornworms, reconuae& as the worst insect pest of life-croin Kentucky, according fev H. H. Jewett, entomologist 3b the Kentucky Agricultural ExiEEEEEv iEEEv f V ' m. ' sdBHHF Pv EEEEK periment Station. The adolta mL "(SiEEEEf or moths, appear from the- first, saad-d- ie ; 1 week in June to about the WW EEWJBl meeeeeeK EEEEEEEEEEEk August " EEEEEEEtffik Hl of number while the m3-mu- m " EEEEEEmEEEEEk, 3flEEE EEEEEEk of worms are apparent in the field about Augxasfc 15, he said. The worms are- 3Cj destructive that tobacco cosJiH HmUIH 4E V'iARlEEEEEEEEEEEEl not be grown successfully without the use of control meassnsa for them, he added. Hand worming cannot e-- allEdward L. Doheny Is reported to $8,500,000 In Mexican Pe- ied upon to keep tobacco have made fitss troleum recently, with Jesse the "boy" plunger, at the los- from the worms even with ining end. most careful examination off each plant while Paris Greasy, .. . ...,,.,,,.,,.,,.......--.- . which formerly was used qp&s? Workers Idle From U. S. extensively to kill the pestsv s? striKes lotai i,zou,uuu giving way to arsenate of hatL Washington, July 8. More The latter material adheres t& than 1,250,000 workers are idle in the United States, officials of the plants longer than does Boss the Department of Labor estiGreen and therefore is more; inmate. Four strikes of major Imporfective while it rarely injuries tance are In progress. They the plnnts even when an 32c-si- ve are: Coal miners 400,000 bitumiamount is used. This nous and 200,000 anthracite. has an added advantaged Railroad shopmen 400,000. Textile workers, New Engthat it can be used during' pej5 land 80,000. ods of unsettled or rain; waab-e- r. Garment workers, New York p EEEEEEt-- - ".' - Liver-mor- e, 2d-te- rial army for six months' active service against the rebels in the provinces. An unconfirmed report is. In circulation that Eamonn de Valera, commander-in-chief of the republican irDe regulars, has been wounded. Valera is understood to be near Blessington, In the northern part of County Wicklow, at the head of a band of rebels.. More than 700 irregulars are held prisoner here by the Free Staters. The campaign against the irregulars outside of Dublin Is now in full swing. Regulars are rounding up guerrilla bands in the hills of Dublin county. The Free Staters now claim control of County Roscommon, County Long ford, East Mayo, County Westmeath and County Sllgo. Irregulars who were defeated in a sharp engagement at Delvin, fled to Boyle In County Roscommon, where i 5 v.jjujtity ". iV.aice Lof THE BUCHANAN-LYON that CO. produc-- i pos- L- -J avoid you prices. 'i n ' i i i T ( "(ml Incorporated r-- v Jgaagsj YxTlimBr" Columbia, Ky. they made a stubborn stand, but were fair IT'S onlyparty to leave this tire questionorup to who has nothing to gain lose. Walk up to the driver of any car you see equipped with Hartford Cord Tires. Ask him whether he will recommend them to you whether he is going to buy them again. We believe you'll come to us for Hartford Cords on the strength of his answer. gland was taken from another person for a consideration, and heralded the operation broadcast. The rich man brings suit for libel Foolish editors. Blind millionaire. Instead of leading their readers to a higher plane of citizenship through the publication of news and comment of material value, many editors seem to have an eye single to the sensational side of life, thereby hoping to increase the circulations of their papers. Instead of ignoring the articles in a dignified manner and allowing the subject to die out amidst newer and fresher sensations, some men ot great weaitn imag ine that they can muzzle the press of an entire city through the filing of libel suits. They simply add fuel to the fire, and furnish food for jucier comment. dispersed. Officers of the Irish provisional gov- ernment are well satisfied with the situation, but admit that it may take some time to restore national tranquility through the suppression of guerrilla bands in all parts of the country. As the volunteers enlist they are being sent to training camps for a period of Intensive preparation for field duty. Fort Under Siege. Belfast, July 8. Irish Free State regulars have begun an encircling movement against Inch fort, in County Donegal, which had been seized by rebels, according to information from the "front." The fort is under siege and Free State officers believe that they will soon be in control. LILLIPUT Liner Sights SHIP SAILS OCEAN Four-Foot Model, All Sails Set, in Atlantic, Says Captain. model Boston, July 8. A four-foo- t ship, with all sails set, of a is heading across the Atlantic in the general direction of Ireland, according d to Capt. Thomas B. Jago of the liner Caledonfan, which has arrived here from Manchester and Liverpool. Captain Jago reported that he full-rigge- The arsenate of lead is apjsSec! to the tobacco by means o5 jti S dust gun. The old style spaas are being replaced by those- 50a CLOTURE TURNED DOWN fans ten inches or more iodfioo? eter and having special de?Xi Senate Votes Against Restricting for preventing clogging at llafc outlet. Where it is necessaDgrfco Debate on Tariff. use an old style gun, the aTaexs-at- e Vote Was Strictly Along Party Lines should be mixed with aia With Five Republicans Voting equal bulk of sifted wood asLea Against Motion. The dusting should be izm& Washington, July 8. The demand of the administration leaders that the when there is no breeze, either McCumber tariff bill be speeded up by in the morning when the dew is-- , limiting debate on the measure was on the plants or in the evenl&s turned down flatly by the senate. A morion by Senator McCumber, Re- An active operator can dust, sevpublican, North Dakota, chairman of the senate finance committee, and Sen- eral acres in a day. ator Curtis of Kansas, Republican Under average conditions fjomi whip, to adopt a cloture rule, was dethree to five pounds of the arsenfeated. The vote was 45 to 35. A majority voted jn favor of cloture, ate an acre is sufficient for one: vote Is required under but a the rules before debate can be re- dusting. At least two dustiagsi stricted on any legislation. should be made while a third ist The vote was strictly along party lines with five Republicans swinging sometimes necessary- - Where ifc their support against the motion. The is necessary to apply th poisoait only surprise in the voting was when Senator Johnson, Republican, Califor- as a spray, because of the lack: nia, voted in favor of cloture. Johndusting apparatus, from- t2ae& son had refused to sign the cloture pe- of tition but he announced that because to five pounds of the arsenatfc-shoulof his support of the tariff bill, he pe used to 100 gallons f would be compelled to support the administration move. water. Brands of arsenate of The five Republicans voting against containing at least 30 percloture were Borah of Idaho, Brande-gee- , lead Connecticut; La Follette, Wiscon- cent, arsenate oxid, of "ssMch' sin; Moses, New Hampshire, and Nebraska. There were 30 Demo- not more than.one per cent. 5s crats voting and everyone opposed free or water soluble, abould he? -two-third- city From 10,000 to 20,000. Officials said It was Impossible to calculate the amount of money lost to workers and to Industry because of the strikes. s - d Nor-ri- s, used. FOOD d PRICES ARE GOING UP In- - Ley-lan- Department of La'bor Notes an crease in 18 Cities in United States. sighted the strange HARTFORD TiRE and TUBE C. G. GOODE Casey Creek Prices on Hartford Passenger Car Tires and Tubes, effective May 8th. the war-ta- x having been included. are not subject to war-tai x, If a man wants to renew his youth and has the money to pay for it, that is his business, and only a meddlesome press will go beyond a legitimate statement of fact. Tuesday morning 85 miles off Sable island. When sighted the model was making about five knots an hour with a spanking westerly wind on its quarter, Captain Jago said. He examined it through his glasses, but could not disThe cover any identifying marks. Caledonian's officers believe that the little vessel was being used In some sort of ocean experiment. craft Some day all humanity will be SWORDFISH BEATS A WHALE prolonging life as a result of Terrific Marine Battle Off California such achievements in the realm Coast Lasts More Than Half an Hour. of medical and surgical science, and we will neither laugh nor San Francisco, Cal., July 8. An un- Scranton the Increase amounted to five-tenth- Washington, July 8. Food prices in fhe United States are going up again, the Department of Labor announced. During the period from May 15 to June 15, there was an increase in 18 cities, ranging from three per cent in New York, Tittsburgh and Newark of one per cent to less than in Washington, D. C, and Portland, Maine. In Manchester, New Hampshire, Norfolk, Virginia and Providence, R. I., retail food prices decreased less s of one per cent. An tlian two per cent was noted in increase of Chicago, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Milwaukee, and Rochester, N. Y., while in Baltimore, Dallas, Fall Rfver, New Haven, Philadelphia, Richmond and five-tent- People who write things which they would like to see printed id a newspaper, should bear mi mind that what they write as their personal opinion should be; gathered by them, and "when they write stuff that is not fit for them to attach their names to it should never be printed Remember the rule of all decent newspapers and you will nevec have occasion to put on the shoei. This is the rule which we give irv all kindness. Never ask newspaper to do anything you ate. ashamed to do yourself. The farmer actually pays a premium for bad - roads. H& pays in the time expended iru getting to town and in the we&xr and tear on his vehicles. Contrary to some peoples, opinion good roads are not for the- bene-f- it of the motor tourist. They are not the farmer's hardship. On the contrary they are his. ' greatest blessing . jeer. Why Not, Anyway. one person gives of his blood to another in order to save the life of a person who is hovering on the borderland of another world, That is considered praise- worthy. Recently a veryv rick' man, -- It frequently happens that : j seeking a renewal of his youth, submitted to the new method of transplantation of glands in an effort to restore his vigor. That was deemed foolish.. The daily press of his city seized upon the opportunity to create a sensation, jumped to the conclusion that the transplanted re3t. usual disturbance in the ocean off one per cent Point Sur, below Monterey, Cal. a sword-fisEven sensation loving editors battle between a whale..and a McDon- h CANADA FACES RAIL STRIKE was reported by Frank may be submitting to the opera- ald, custodian of the custom house Shopmen Protest Wage Scale for Sun- days and Holidays on here. After a battle lasting more than tion as a means of escaping the a Canadian Lines. half hour the swordflsh was victoridevil to the last possible day. ous, McDonald said. Moose Jaw, Sask., July 8. Shopmen Who knows, anyway. German Mark at New Low. on Canadian railways will strike if New York, July 8. German marks the roads attempt to force them to fell to the level of 100 for 18 'cents, accept straight time for Sundays and Be an expert at one thing and or almost three cents a hundred un- holidays, James Somerville, internaThursthe world will forgive you for der the minimum established. decline tional Vice president of the machinists' day: Dealers attributed the union, announced today after a tour what you don't know about the to disturbing economic- conditions in of the ronds'from Vencouver to - - Germany. v i ' V x , H - ' ADAIR COUNTY NEWS! - A COLUMBIA FAIR giaa&gaa Gtadyvillc. August 22, 23, 24, and 25. LS eiiave had week. fine rains this ColumThurs-cfey. R. L. Wethington, of bia, was in our midst last Dc L. Hexre for-Gwe- C. Neil and family will county, the first tt the week, where they will ape-aseveral days with rela- Robert Reed, H. Walker and A. W. Tarter, of passed through here jSjsS of the week, en route EDalfcner, in the interest of vSafe&ceo association. Jffessrs. -- A. Co-Ket?b- the for the Cot. Statts, at Tarter's Chapel, last Wednes- Joars.in our midst last Thursday day. There was a good attend Uncle surveying for tjocgg some Oucriie .Yates. Mr. Strong Hill lost a very j Coffey and Ray of Columbia, spent a few J. N. cations in every direction, leading out from this place, that there will be a great improvement on our public highways. n J. Q. Alexander, the dry goods man, of Louisville, was in our midst a day or so ago, looking after his trade. Mr. Cephus Keltner, McGreg or, TexaB, who has been visiting his relatives here for the past two weeks, returned to his heme the first of the week. , Misses Bettie and Maggie of Columbia, our former school teachers, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Smith, last Thursday. Quite a number of our people attended the Quarterly meeting well-know- prices 2 cents less than the Louisville market. Misses Huddleston and Shearer, our school teachers, are progressing fine with their school, INSURE IaHTH MEN MHO KNOM - ' Cun-diff- and have large attendance. They are giving, so far as we know, universal satisfaction. Mr. Z A. Hayes, one of our progressive farmers, sold, a few days ago, to Dudley Bros., one hundred thousand feet of lumber ia the log delivered on their mill yard. Your reporter did not learn the price paid for the lumber. Our friend John Hughes of Edmonton, spent a few days of last week visiting his brother, Mr. James T. Hughes, who is recovering from a spell of sickness Mr. Hughes reports fine prospects in his section for both corn and tobacco. In fact everything is looking good for the farming We were all class of people. glad to see Mr. Hughes as he was reared in this community and is one or the old time Democrats. Mr. Hughes and your reporter Progressive farmers are buy- '. onn :"' Vft.ft. T W - s. .- rr-7- -- ji .''ss -- ing hail insurance year after year and charging it to production costs, just as they do seed or labor. One rfcrvr .&. W I w - good reason why your crops should be protected by a hail Insurance policy. ance. A good sermon by the presiding elder and plenty of good things to eat on the ground. iiorse, one day last week, The building on the addition e fraea getting too hoc, while to Mr. C. 0. Moss residence, is the saddle. nearing completion and when Messrs. William Compton and completed will add greatly to the CSircett fieltner have the convenience of their residence, to carry the mail from aa well as it will to the appear- cast their suffrage for the first time the same year, and we are Sidis. place to Edmonton. Our ance.! mu .is coming on schedule time. Mr. Tom Dohoney and son of glad that we have not departed We re glad to report that the near Columbia, were in our com- from the faith. OEJoBrpzty of our farmers have munity, one day last week, lookThe Sewing Circle. acc'ed the pool. We have a fine ing after stock ewes. gtM3'sect for a good crop of L. B. Cain sold J. H. Burris There is probably not a memthis season. several head of young cattle, ber of the circle who does not Gar people are putting this last week, at the market price. have occasion to to use gingham. j?eeft:on our roads, and the indi Also bought several lambs at Gingham frocks and aprons conval-aM- e un-de- farmer who has had a severe crop loss caused by hail and who has been fortunate enough to have had his crop insured, never discontinues his policy. Another reason why your crops should be protected by a hail Insurance Policy A con-fSrc- ct by .. $ffilffi$&&&&u&& Ask us about the sort of protection ana no income w ,:''7mss,c: in this Agency. guaranteed by a policy in Agency. this 91 to-6ccc- o? stitute one of the necessities of the American home. American women will read with special interest the following from Senator Simmons (Dem., N. C), which shows up simply one of the many points of attack which the Republican tariff makes upon the American a housewife. In speech recently, Senator Simmons said: "I have taken the duty on ginghams. That is an average, I believe of 48 per cent. The initial duty would be 30 per cent That is 42 per cent. Then add the dye duty, and you have 5 per cent more. That would raise it above the maximum. It could not go higher than 45 per cent; but the compensatory duty on account of the Egyptian cotton is not embraced in that limita-tatio- n and the compensatory duty according to the calculation that I have here, made by the expert, would amoudt to 4 per cent if there was Egyptian cotton used in the cloth, which, added to the 42 per cent, would be 49 per cent, as at ainst 20 per cent under the the present law." As cptton cloth can be made more cheaply in America than in any other country in the world, and there can therefore be no reason for ihe tariff except to enable American manufacturers to tax the American home, the special hardship and iniquity of this tariff on ginghams becomes apparent. The above, however, covers 'only a single item. The tariff on cotton is intended to in crease the price on all kinds and all kinds and grades of this universally used product. In anticipation of the passage of this measure prices have already been advanced. Reed Brothers ENSTTR-AJSTCE OF ALL KINDS Phone 49. ONLY RELIHBLE Columbia, Kentucky. INSURANCE CHN BE OBTAINED HERE. 1HC UMVERSAL CAS t S5&H, SALES AND SERVICE Snip t;;t M MJ-- X Worthy of the Pen of James Fenimore Cooper f. Mr1 tl Ford Owners! Ford parts, like almost everything else worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation parts are manufactured to SELL at the highest possible rate of profit and the grades of steel used are consequently not the same high quality, specially heat-treatalloy steels specified in Ford formulas for the manufacture of GENed Attention Erskme Dale Pioineer By JOHN FOX, JR. Distinctly a Cooper character is this highly interesting soldier-- in The "Red Baby" The Goods v Delivers HSSHsKISt- cheif. 7SBfcS&kj - fSSiSSM HARVESTER JaSHIOUiPMCXrtiV UINE FORD FARTS. whose veins flowed the undiluted blood of Virginia's proudest, butwhose boyhood had been spent entirely among the Indians. Erskine Dale spoke a little French, less English, but was fluent in the Shawnee dialect when fate called him back to the home of his ancestors. We witness a surprising unfoldment of the character and ability that had been submerged by his savage training. He speedily became more than a match for the gallants of the time ColoniaEdays in every sort of contest, even to the winning of hearts. It is a stirring tale of romance and adventure in pioneer times, especially commended by its fine patriotism. That isn't slang in this case; it's a fact. For several weeks the "Red Baby" has been on the move, a May First "moving day" every day. The And we have sure done some business. "Red Babv" has covered the highways and the byways from morning till night. It has lost a little of its red baby bloom, and like a healthy kid goes through the bush and brambles, it is scratched up some, but still go- Don't be misled Insist upon GENUINE FORD PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By .so doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent rmore wear from them, and you will pay the Howest possible cost the same everywhere. OF GENUINE FORD PARTS RETAIL FOR LESS THAN 10c EACH Ask for Parts Price list When your Ford car, or Fordson tractor needs attention, call on us. For remember we are prop-ced-y equipped, employ competent mechanics, and case Genuine Ford and Fordson parts in all repair work: 30, ing strong. The "Red Baby" never gets tired, it's on the job to serve our customers. What do you need? McCormick-Deerin- g is in the Line, we have it If it THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N CO It Will Appear Serially in S in Columbia, - Kentucky. INCORPORATED L. R. CHELF. KY. rNIFL-EV. The News $!,& in KY, Give your neighbor credit for keeninct a secret. He hasn't told whit he knows about you. McCormick-Deerin- g V Line I