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Last Thursday " Goes to Annapolis. Hon. King Swope has given Mr. W ot this place; authority to appoint an Adair county young maa to Annapolis. Mr. Coffey has selected Mr. Strother Hynes. of this DlacS who will go to Washington in a few- A. Coffey, .. t Mai About ly Years Old, Burned ts Death. WhUe Alone in His Hwne. WF FALLING IN WHEN FIRE WAS 01SCOVERED. residence of Dr. S. A. Taylor. lic highways or uninclosed lands in The funeral services were conducted said precinct. by Eld. F. J. Barger in the presence Witness my hand this September jof a large number of neighbors. 2nd, 1919. this county, met a horrible death last Monday night. He had sold his little farm and nearly all the contents of his dwelling and was soon to remove to Illinois, where he had a son living. One son was with him, and soon after dark he went to Glenville, leaving his father alone. When the son, on his return, got in sight of the dwelling, he noticed that it was on fire. It was about 11 o'clock and all the neighbors were in bed, but he hallooed loudly and in a short time several reached the scene, but the whole house was ablaze, and it was impossible to Before you buy a Coat Suit be sure arouse Mr. Selby, though he could be and see our line. seen lying upon his bed. It was disE. L. Sinclair & Co. tressing to the onlookers, who were powerless to render any assistance. Notice of Election. Dr. C. M. Russell, Coroner, and Mr. W. A. Coffey, County Attorney, went Notice ii iereby given that a poll to the scene Tuesday morning, and will be opened and an election held in an inquest was held White Oas Voting Precinct, ISo. 9, on The jury rendered a verdict which November 4th, 1919. itbejngthe Reguread, the deceased came to his death lar Election Day, to ascertain the will by fire, but it was unable to deter- of the voters on the question as to mine the origin of the fire. whether or not they wish cattle, or This occurred about nine miles from any species thereof, horses, mules, Columbia, near the Jamestown road, hogs, sheep, goats or stock of'any and and not but a short distance from the all kinds, to run at large on the pubAir. Green Selby, of Sunday, the 31st day of August, was Mr. Daniel Mooneyham's birthday. He lives in the Breeding section of Adair County, and has been a respected citizen all his life. It was generally known in the neighborhood when his birthday would be and his many friends concluded to give him a surprise dinner. About ten o'clock they began to arrive, a basket-ful- l of edl bles being brought by each representative of a family. The dinner was spread about the noon hour there be ing one hundred and eight present. It was a very enjoyable occasion, Mr. Mooneyham being the hap Di est per son of the entire crowd. The old gentleman is yet able to walk about his premesis and is always delighted when his friends call. His son, D. M. Mooneyham, of--' White-- . wright, Texas, was present, and he was delighted to see so many friends honoring his aged father. Me&iaj, the first day of this month campus of Lindsey-Wilso- n was' the thePenickSrnith farm, , lying near scene of a very happy meeting as weillCane'Valleywas offered, to the high as strong proof that "auld acquaint est and beet It w;as divided, first-tracance was not forgot" when a numbe hy twpfaTrtjthe offered was of the graduates of former years and so Banyxacres including the, residence several visiting former students met and other buildings. There was only and enjoyed a delightful picnic supper one bid, $10,000. The fuct without and lived together the days of Auld improvements was then t offered and Lang Syne." t it brought $8,000. Both tracts toThe following graduates were pres- gether were then put up. and Mr. C. ent; C. Stephens, of this place, . hid, 818,- Misses Lois Holladay '09; Dexter 100. The bid wask rejected. Mr. English '15; Golda English '14; Margie Stephens jthen offered the heirs '$20,-00- 0 in cash for the farm and that ofBuster '18; Zella Pelley 11; Ella Todd '11; .Alice Waiker, Music, '12; Mary fer was also rejected. This farm conChandler, Music, '14; Allye Garnett tains 280 acres and is said to be one of '18; Ruth Hynes '16; Opal Garnett '18; the most desirable in Adair county. Alma McFarland, Music, 15; May Benches For Sale. Feese, Music, '18; Katie Murrell '08; t Last Tuesday afternoon the morning about 5 o'clock, Mr. 2. T. Taylor, after a loug illness, died at his home, near Glenville. He was a son of George M. Tay lor, deceased, and was about sixty- three years old. He leaves a wife and five or six children. Two married daughters .live in Louisville. Our recollection is that the deceased was at no time a very vigorous man, and for the last six months he was confined most of the time to his bed. He was called "Long Tom" Taylor in order to distinguish between him and another Tom Taylor. The deceased had many friends and his funeral and burial was largely attended. to arraage foe entering the in. stitution. He is a snlendid vouncr man and there 's scarce-- ; ly a doubt but he will pass the exam-!-v inatlon. It is a great compliment to the young man, and by birth and rearing, he knows how to appreciata the honor. days we'1-educate- d I Announcement. We have received our line of under- - For Sale. Mrs. James Garnett, '07. Messrs. Luther C. Gadberry" t- - After Forty five Years. Mr. W. B. Bryan, who lived in this county for six months, forty-fiv- e years ago, was here last Thursday, meeting 'some" of his old friends. During the time he spent in Columbia he was in Judge James Garnett's law office, and was known as "Bick", his second Attest. S. County Court. C. Neat Clerk, Adair 46-4- t New Bank In Adair. A number df.stlbstahtiai .citizens, at Roley, on Casey's Creek, this county, have organized a banking company and will be ready for business in a is short time. A brick banking-hous- e now going up which will be completed in about six weeks. Mr. W. T. Hendrlckson, formerly County Judge of Taylor County, will be the president of the institution. The cashier and directors have not as yet been named. It will be known as "The Peoples' Bank of Casey Creek." This institution will give the town of Roley two banks, "The Farmer's Bank" having been established some years ago. given name being Bickerton. He lives near Fort Worth, Texas, and before reaching Columbia he visited the Mammoth Cave. He says it is most wonderful and exceedingly interesting. His father, George Bryan, was many years ago, the cashier of the Bank of Columbia. Eld. F. J. Barger and Mr. Jo. Barger, of this town and county, are cousins of Mr. Bryan. wanted. Reliable young common school women with good to take training in my two forty bed hospitals, one at Liberal Kansas and the other at education Nstice of Election. Notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened and an election held in Egypt Voting Preolnct, No. 14, on the regular election day, November 4th, 1919, to ascertain the will of the Voters on the question' as to whether or not they wish cattle, or any species thereof, horses, hogs, mules, sheep, goats, or stock of any and all kinds to run at large on the public highways or unin- closed lands in said precinct. Witness my hand" this September 2nd, 1919. County Court. -- hospitals new of modern "brick and tile con straction and the most equipment. Competent corps of teachers maintained. Salary for first year $12 per fflonth with board, room and lamfry. Neae" but competent and conscientious girls eed apply. Write far application Mails to we at Both up-to-d- Hutchinson, Kansas. "Hitchinson Kansas." 4-4t Hospital. T.5A. - HitcMisin, character to enter these institutions Mr. Jo N. Conover left for Monti-cell- o for three years and become trained Wyatt Conover has bought Stanley last Saturday and Mrs. Conover nurses. He offers them $12 per month, Epperson's f interest in the will leave later. For the present board, room, and laundry. Dr. Jones soft drinks and ice cream stand and all Monticello will be their home. Mr. is a son of Dr. J. T. Jones, who lives persons owing the firm are requested Conover stated, in leaving, that he near Columbia. He is a to call and settle. From now on did not know that he would ever gentleman, and he is making a very Mr.Conover will issue drinks and cream again be a resident of Columbia. If liberal offer to girls who want a pro- for the cash, strictly. 46-he should change his mind and re- fession that will eventually bring turn to this place sometime in the them from 825 00 to $35.00 per week. U. G. Collins sold his farmr containfuture, he would buy a smaller resi- Write him for full information. The ing 33J acres, lying near Ozark, last week, to Porter Price for $3,000. He dence than the one he sold. They girls will work on half time. also sold him a lot of stock and some leave Columbia with the best wishes Nttke. farming implements. Possession of of the community. the farm will be given in about two We are now ready to issue dog tags, Mules. months. and license for the year 1920. Mr. W. B. Lowe has sold his daugh S. C. Neat, Clerk. BIG AUCTION SALE, Saturday, Sept 46 2t ter, Mrs Josephine Kowe, sixly acres 20. I will sell at BURKESVILL, KY., Men,s odd coats- and Overcoats for of land which adjoines seventy acres Twenty-fiv- e , head of males, consisting sale at a bargain. already owned by Mrsi Bowe, for 'J. F. Neat, Near Fair Ground. of extra good yearlings and two year ?4,000. Later Mrs. Bowe will erect a olds. Ihave carefully selected these The Final Quarterly Meetings. residence on her farm. mares from the Blue Grass pasture of Eev. J. S. ;Kay, 'Evengalist for Rentacfcyv They are all from good SparksvilleandGlenVille, Sept. 18th the Russell's ""Creek Baptist Associadams and by the best sires in Ken- Columbia and Tabor, 20, 21. Preach tion; twilL preach 'at the Baptist church, this. city, next Sunday. A tucky. The kind that will' grow Into ing, at Columbii,;2Ist, .8,P.-- M, S'. G, Shelley, P. E. cordial invitation is extended to all. money, and make your investmehVbotrV one-halfirst-class 2t Guy Stevenson '15; '11, J. Lewis Jarvis '18; Robert Willis forsaie. They are in fino condition, '17; Tye Faulker '17; W. Strother made out of yellow poplar. There is a bargain for a committee who wants Hynes 17; Lawrence Sullivan '15. benches for a church or a public Farm For Sale. building. all on J. P. Beard, Columbia, Ky. Containing 130 acres near Joppa An Important Meeting. Post Office, new, 7 room dwelling, new barn, 60x52 Farm all under Friday night, the 12th Inst, will be good fence. Land level and prothe regular meeting of Columbia ductive. Will sell with the farm 35 acres of corn, 3 tons hay, team of 5- - Chapter, No. 7, Royal Arch Masons. year-olmare mules, one team aged It will also be the annual election of mules, one family horse, one mare, 7 officers for the ensuing year. The years old, 14 head good sheep, 18 head High Priest is anxious for a full atgood hogs, one rubber tire buggy, tendance, and it is hoped that all good as new, one steel tire buggy, one Companions in reach of the Chapter good farm wagon, mowing machine, will attend. Keep the date in your good as new, one new disc harrow mind, Friday nighc, September 12th. two sets double work harness, single For Sale. work harness, one set double buggy harness, one set single buggy harness, one good milch cow. A Ford touring car body, good as I also have a store house and stock new. of goods for sale. Anyone wanting aJ Dr. O. P. Miller, ' nice home close to Church, Post OfColumbia, Ky. fice and School, can call on the underWe publish an, ad for Dr. T. A. signed for price of farm, stock of Jones Hutchinson, Kansas, who is in and retail business. He also retains goods, stock, etc. poultry company. charge of two hospitals in that State. his stock Isaac Willen, He wants some girls of excellent Soft Drinks, Take Notice. Joppa, Ky. 2t In the basement of this office there '14; James Holladay are a lot of church benches which are d two farms for sale, 350 and Hater. Phone No. 171. acres respectively, one situated 397i Grissom &tPatteson. on road from Milltown to Greensburg, the other three miles S. E. of Sparks-vill- e. Married at Roy. Each farm has two residences and can be devided so as to make two Last Suuday night, at 8 o'clockv good size farms; lime stone land. I Miss Mattle Sinclair, a former resialso have three residences in the dent of Columbia, and Mr. Matthew town of Columbia .with street elec- Leach were married, at the home of tric lights. I will divide farms. the former, Boy, this county. Kev. Terms easy. S G. Shelley officated, pronouncing a 46-N. M.Tutt. beautiful ceremony. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Durham spent the CDuple extend their bast wishes., Sunday with friends at Merrimac, For some time the bride has been and Sunday night thev were 'at the condting a general store at Roy. home of Mr. Tucker, brother-in-laof Special for 10 days, Ladies-Cjepda Mr. Durham. Monday and Monday Chine and Georgette waists, all colors night they were in Lebanon, attend- and sizes, $5.00 and 36.00 values for ing a uispay and banquet given to only 83.98. poultry dealers over the State. It E L. Sinclair & Co. is reported to have been a grand affair Pie Supper. Mr. W. H. Shipp, who is a good experienced pro business man, and-aThere will be a pie supper a& duce dealer, is now in charge of the Grinstead Produce House this city. Pleasant Hill school house near Mr. Durham who has been acting in Montpalier on Sat. night, Sept. 13. that capacity for a number of years, Proceeds benefit Ky. Orphan's Home; resigned, and will run his wholesale and destitute Armenians. w e n I have takersgoedsandare ready to fill In this line. We will anoreciata your support. Our ad will appear or-de- as Farm For Sale. in-th- e It contains 41 acre3 and lies one mile east of Purdy, on Stanford pike. O. D. Streeval, Ella, Ky, It. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. H. Pelley gave a picnic in honor of hem? granddaughters, Bonnie and Kath erine Pelley. There were about twerw ty-fiv- e little girls and boys, who an- swered to invitations and they spent a very enjoyable time. Mis3 Mae Feese andjMrs. Oliver Pelle acted a hostess. Wanted, Old False Teeth. - set for them ia any condition. Broken parts in pro portion. JWe also pay highest cash prices for old crowns, bridgework broken jewelry and old silver of all kinds. Mail it to us your money sent by return mail. BRACKNEY REFINING Co., 226 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, Ky.- We pay $1 to $20 per Quiet WeddiBg: ... Jones, H. D. Attest! S. C. Neat, .Clerk, , Adair pleasant and profitable. -WILL BUY MULES. ,, 464t 1- -4 The Cane Valley Band enlivened Columbia last .Thursday morning. It was en route to a soldier's reunion below Bliss, having an engagement to ?play for the occasion. The music rendered here was very much enjoyed. The management, of the Lindsey-Wilso- n is well pleased with the opening. On the second day there were eighty-thre- e students enrolled. and many .continue to come. This is an auspicious opening" idt a boarding' The schools have started in Colum- school. The sqhool will till rapidly bia and it is the duty of parents to and ina few weeks students on the start their children, at once "They hill will be stirring like, bees ina will advance more rapidly if they are hive The dormltQries, have, beerer furnished and everything is. In .fine classed at the start. shape for the school year. , . , The attention of our readers Is called to the advertisement? of Mr. J: W. Mr. L. L Eubank has accepted a position .with the PaulL Drug vCom-pan- y Burton. He is offering ' bargains.' .for theiremaindajtof JShtsyear. Mr. Cleeby Leach, and Hiss Lula This is not new; Jbustnesa.for. Mr.. Eu Jtefeertson, who live near Sano, in bank as he wals formerly connected RaeeeH bounty, were Married a few with the firm. He Invitee his dSS ,! ! f rtolvlA.. tn nail 'Jtntt ooa'KVbi' T7a fo I... -" Drs. Flowers and Miller res&bvtf Try.twty wiikdw deedfaiof. "a good -M- -- SefrectfKmnta' towJfr- - kwM-tfrieJe- j BMOTmtrM-iTsuxn.ui- - jHut I will be at G. B. Smith's Mill Tues County Clerk S C. Neat has Issued days and Saturdays 'o grade wheat. the following marriage licenses since W. H. Dixon. 1 want to buy some nice our last .report: Henry J. Barnes to mare mules Miss Lula Janes; Thelbert Cox to 4 to 6" years old 15 to 16 hands Dr. W. J. Flowers has rented for Miss Cora Lee Cithers. ' sound and in good flesh. Bring then his office the two rooms In the Russell Mr. andMrs. J,,S. Sreeding recently in on sale day. My guarantee goes building formerly occupied by Mrs. visited the oil field at McKinney, Ky. .With, every mule sold. Sale begins G. W. Staples. He' removed his office Three or four 'wells were producing fixtures Saturday. promptly at 1 o'clock p. m. . These wells are on will be. an ice cream supper Green river. There ,,. , . afcGarfln next, Friday, night. All are ' Columbia; Ky.' Mr. and Mrs! W. E". Harris ftavo invited.' ' The High Cost of Living gone to house keeping and are occupyCommisB. B. Phelps sold a car load of hogs ing the residence of Mr. sion, Louisville, is working diligently J. vV. to get the wholesale men and Manu- and cattle in Louisville last Thurs- Richards, near.the home of Mr. J. B. facturers to sell to the ' retail dealers day. The hogs brought him 19 cents. Coffey cheape. The Commission .says .that O. D. Streeval, Ella, this county, Mr. N. M. Tutfc. will soon- have a food stuff must come down.. .lb lis has made valueable improvments on saw mill to locate on his farm,- near evident to the Commission that too his store building. the Burkesviile road, a- few miles much profit is being made by dealers o u from Columbia. and it will use, its utmost endeivore wAlLWool Skirts .82.60 and up at i ?s. urn E. U Sinclair & Co. Mr., and Keg. J. S.. BreediDer will feo'bring about a reduction. ' ' I'll t.W(t4. "I i -- Mrs. wUome to. UoiumbUL tinaxt .Monday remove tc.the Cpapver propwnPUr., Dr. Flowers k 'tiBmperarri L. ased the iwtliooaay is this month, aiiear.FroL.G Cjrtvlea.-jteaching 'is .46-2- 6 paying-quantities1 Dr. Garnett Miller, of Moody, Texf ' as, and Mrs. Clara Sollemburger war married very quietly in Columbia teat Monday. Tha groom is a son of the late Owen Miller, who died some years . ago in Texas, and the bride is' x re, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Grady vllte. They left this; Wil-mo- place for Texas. ' Will- , Ftr Sale. A'square pianb, in good, conditio sell- it .orieap. Appiy to Mnt. Art Walker 2t. , - - Republican' speaking here next 'Monday. The Republican candidate for State SuBedhtendtent will address the voters of Adair at the court-house. - i; -- f. -- For Sale;; "' ""-- J Vv' $X K.M.pec i ' . -- WT-- A nice: feifr eMarf ehea i K't-- t let ef jseed Eye, clean aai bv v Ml W V - SohtoL Sh U very coaspttttt. xuui UBui! t .: - iTt ' . I in a-fe- weeks OlM'OMIl;ONihua;jrj'.7 .v -- l hivxfmw .' I ! S V .q-i.Q-- .2 im. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HOTES ON ADAIR W to trial for the murder. The jail at the time was being guard ed by armed men and the Harpes COUNTY. not only succeeded in breaking out of the jail, but secured the BYj JHNiAVROE .'STEELE. firearms of the parties, who were engaged in guarding 'the No. 31. jail, and thus supplied with THE HAEPES. means of resistance, they fled in After remaining in their camp, the direction of the Rolling Ebrk jaear Stanford, for several days, of Salt river, the banks and valthe Harpes departed in the di- leys, along which, were then rection of the head waters of heavily clothed with thick and Green river. On the day follow- almost, impenetrable cane brakes. ing their departure, the dead Joseph Ballenger and some oth-r- s pursued them and overtook body of a young man, was in the forest near the them upon the banks of the RollWilderness road, where it ing Fork, but theexact place is through the the When now forgotten. i passes of the Rockcastle. The young Harpes were discovered, they jenan had been killed by 'a rifle sprang up and threatened the shot through his body and then pursuers with presented guns, Acobbed. His name was Lang-.for- d causing them to retreat. Probor Lankford, and he was ably, 'the pursuers wereDnot prepassing, as an emigrant, from pared for a desperate contest Virginia to Kentucky, along the with them. They repaired to Wilderness road, which was then the home of Henry Skaggs, who he usual highway of emigrants was a man of great courage and Hcom Virginia to the Blue Grass determination, and who was one counties in central Kentucky. of the Long Hunters, who came Suspicion, at once, fell upon the into Kentucky with Col. James Harpes, as the probable perpe- Knox in the year 1770. Skaggs trators of the crime. At that was. the owner of several dogs, sime, there resided in Stanford, which they secured, and returna certain Captain Joseph Ballen-ge- r, ing to the place where the Harpes who, from his reputation had been discovered, pursued for reckless determination and them for some distance with the courage, had earned the name dogs, but w,hen night came on the cane was so thick that they of "Devil" Joe Ballenger. associated three or gave up the pursuit and went to .foe kindred spirits with him-.se- lf their homes for the night. The and they went in pursuit of next morning, Skaggs went to a fthe Harpes for the purpose of place, where men were engaged affecting their capture. After in rolling logs, and when he had the departure of the Harpes told of the occurrence, a negro :ram the camp near Stanford, a man, who was present, gave the ieavy snow had fallen and the information that the Harpes had pursuers had great difficulty in broken jail and doubtless were following the trail, but finally the men whom Skaggs and oth2ound them encamped near the ers had pursued the evening pre&anks of the Green river, where vious. Major James Blaine was Liberty, the county seat of Ca- present and proposed that they sey couniy., is now situated. At should quit the log rolling and tfche first, the Harpes made a pursue the murderers with dogs ,show of resistance, but Balle- and capture them, but the cons nger warned them; that if they census of opinion was, that the did not instantly submit, they cane brakes were so thick that woulJ be shot to death, and they their efforts to capture them itheroupon sullenly capitulated. would be futile. The Harpes IAxl examination of their effects proceeded on their way and resulted in the discovery in their passing through Adair county, possession of several fine linen they met John Trabue, the .shirts, one of which had been young son of Col. Daniel Trabue, perforated by a rifle bullet and upon the road, and who had ibore ithe traces of blood. Each with him a small sack filled with rshirt bore the initials ot the meal or flour. The young man rmurdered Langford or Lank-for- had been sent, by his parents, The perforations in the upon an errand, to the house of jahirt corresponded with the a neighbor. He was never afvwound in the body of the mur- terwards seen alive. The Harpes dered man, A number of gold doubtless desired the contents of coins were, also, found in their his sack and to conceal the robpossession, which were Bimilar bery or else for pure fiendish- to ones, which the young man ness, they killed the boy and Ja8--saito have had in his pos- cast his body into a hole in the session previous to his death. ground, which was beside the "The circumstances of the shirts road or trail. Some years after.and coins and other facts were ward the skeleton of the boy considered as proving conclusiv- was discovered in the hole. The ely, the guilt of the Harpes, and hole, commonly called a sink the justices of the peace, before hole, into which the body was whom their preliminary hearing thrown, is situated about three was had, ordered them to be miles west of Columbia, and imcommitted to the jail at Stan- mediately beside the original ford to await the action of the road from Columbia to Glasgow. ooart of oyer and terminer. This It is near the division line, which .sourt, at that time, sat at or separates the farms of J. W. anville and, in a short Flowers and N. T. Mercer, but time, the Harpes were commit-,te- d within the field of Flowers, to jail at that place for the Flowers resides upon the same purpose of causing them to un- - .farm upon which Cyrus Walker, cdergo a trial upon the charge of the noted lawyer, once lived and SiaviDg murdered the young man, N. T. Mercer resides upon the "iiSngford or Lankford. Pefore farm known as the "Old Robbin a trial was had, however, in Fletcher" farm. Prior to the some way, which has now been location of the Columbia and .fecgotten, the Harpes succeeded Glasgow road in the year 1802, a 4n breaking the jail and in mak- trail or path occupied much the and were same location and it was doubt-lee- s ing good their jawer ppreheoded or brought the trail, which the Harpes dis-rcover- nBMfimmBBrmmnmmnm is m 15 BIG LOT OF m m j - CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, ed hills SHOES. M I am now receiving and offering to the public an immense line of and CLOTHING, SHOES Which I DRY GOODS am selling at the shortest profits. If you want a suit, or a fitting pair of shoes, call at my store. Bal-Jeng- er For Nice Dress Goods, the Ladies Should not Miss my Place of Business. KStJWtwrtfr- - - WOODSON GR-EENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. wmw&mwmmWkWkWkwmwkWAwmm m mmmmmwmmmmmmm were traveling upon, when they met and slew the hapless youth. The trail, in question, came from the vallev of Big Creek and intersected a trail which led from Butler's Fork of Russell, in the neighborhood of Bliss, and was made by the buffaloes and cattle of the early settlers in passing from the cane brakes upon Butler's Fork to those upon the Russell and Pettits Fork, of Russell. Only a few yards from the hole, in which the body of young Trabue was thrown, about the year 1794, Col. Wm. Casey shot and killed the last unfriendly Indian ever known to have been in Adair county. The traces of the old original Columbia and Glasgow road may yet be seen where it passes immediately by "the hole! This roa'd ran a very direct course from Columbia to the county line, in the direction of Glasgow, and why it was abandoned will always remain one of the mysteries of the past. For many years the travel, which would naturally pass over it from Columbia to Big Creek, has been, diverted to the road, which was orignally designated, as the road from Columbia to the headwaters of Price's creek, a tributary of East Fork of the Little Barren i d. river. This road ran from Columbia to Bliss and thence to Gradyville, where one may leave it and regain the original road to Glasgow, by proceeding down Big Creek to where it orignally crossed that stream. To Be Continued. THE POLICY OF A GOOD NEWSPAPER. COUNTRY ical and true. d It has probably never occurred .to some people that the policy of a newspaper is not made on street corners, and that its owners and publishers are ever mindful of the public when they put thought into cold type. A newspaper is fearless. It never hesitates to tell the truth, to criticise, or to trample on toes ttiat" happen' to be "left lying around in mud. A good newspaper makes enemies. It has more traducers to the square foot than ten thousand acres of hell has devils. What one man condemns it for printing another gives it praise. Articles that make one dog howl wags another's tail, and proves beyond a doubt that never in all Times. ward? history have all the people been Argentina is rounding up The fellow who thinks he is pleased with one product foreign anarchists for deportaimportant would be surprised if A good newspaper makes he .knew what others think, of tion. Let the good work go on ud spread. friends. Both kindshypocrit him. knows its Prnrft-anf Tah...' a..,.;.. ui itamcia nssukia friends and appreciates them no nullum tion. less than it is appreciated by them. A good newspaper stands for Division No. 1 will meet at tmngs. it stands for morality. J Cane Valley, on Friday Oct. 3. FORENOON. Even if it has to go into the barn to make the ass bray, it Devotional exercise Bro. Lee. Roll call. will do so if it thinks it best for Demonstrative work in primary , the community. It stands for justice. Even reading Miss Maranda Williams. though it has to drag down the Demonstrative work in lanhighest, or dig out the lowest in guage Miss Agnes Conover. Demonstrative work in fifth its agitation for right for all and sixth grades geography classes. Mrs. R. S. English. It stands for truth. Even Demonstrative work in though it has to put the lie in ev'1 vanced history J. L. Hatfield ery man's mouth in the land, Round table discussion of de that truth be arrived at. It stands for many more things onstrative work. now we can nest arouse pa that are noble. It is a live, virtriotism in the rural school ile, aggressive force, with charProf. A. P. Prather. acter, conviction and a large auNOON. dience to talk to. A good newsMusic by Cane Valley Band. paper has never felt the bridle Lecture by Hon. Ja3 Garnett. nor the spur. Nor will it ever J. L. Hatfield, Pres. lose anything by being thus, or Maranda Williams, V. P. be robbed of respect and supAnnie Farris, Sec. port of the better element by being Just a good newspaper But what does a man gain bw and standing for what it honest- taking an airplane ride if he 'can ly believes right. Glasgow not tell his friends about it atter-- i m It J v ai THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS North Carolina. Shelby, N. C. Aug. 29, 1919. these faithful, dusky citizens, LOTJISVXLLE' KENTUCKY. Editor News: my ap- like all their representatives, reCapital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Mlinor'.Dolfars. Permit me to gard descendants of "OleMarse" Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agenti Commltteerand Trustee, and can qsatfy preciation of your publication and as such in any County in thelState. . my fealty to Kentucky. A week- and "Ole Missus" as qneena of Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. ly visit of its columns is like a the realm. Col. A. J. Elliot, W. A. (J. TITH. SetPromotes Public Health Nursing in M. E.liot, J. C. Lattimore and want?" the editor asked. and none is estabcommunities where personal letter from editor lished. "I want to know about the Organizes I D. D. Lattimore were large each cor i espondent. While rVH9 classes In Home Hygiene, but the spirit of county finances," said the farmand Care of the Sick and in see many familiar names in your personal mention, others adorn the glass and scythe has mown er, "where our road money is beEncourages girls to take training to I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robea, .your columns that are as strange them down; but the old slaves ing spent what our county sufit them to be nurses. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Enrolls nurses. to me as America was to Colum- hold young Missus in reverence, perintendent and board of eduWe keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day.. THE DEPARTMENT OF bus. But this is to be expected among whom is my wife, born cation are doing, what is really MILITARY RELIEF. Residence Phone, 29. Office Phone 168, They look coming into our local markets Trains men and boys, women and when I left there at 24 and have during Civil War. J; F. TRIPLETT, Cotumbra.IKy girls in the prevention of accidents. now corded ud 62 mile Dosts in forward to this occasion, and and what it is actually bringing, Organizes and conducts in Ci their ages range from 70 to 80 what farmers over the county First Aid and Life Saving.classes the journey of life. Arouses public opinion to the values In one respect my articles are years. When "our folks" have are doing in the way of farm imof "safety first" and prevention of they are treated to enough provement and community bethandicapped; for most of your eaten, disease through personal and com- mnininiinfflmfflmmmnimiiiinnifflmfflHfflimmnimTiF pies and terment. These things ought to munity hygiene. readers are unfamiliar with per- beef, chicken, cake, Gives instruction in rules governing m sons or places with which I am other edibles to feed them a be as interesting as the society the conduct of Red Cross classes in First Aid. and personal notes to which you Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and" we associated. My own immediate week. m THE DEPARTMENT OF One rather dismal picture rests give so much space, and they are JUNIOR !!! will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze, m family strange to you as the rest; MEMBERSHIP. Organizes children for community ac- m upon two towns of this State, vastly more important." and are generally away from tivities through school auxiliaries. m copper, and all other kinds of metal. 60 miles diBtant, And as the story was told me, here, anyway. Willie has a 9 vis., Charlotte, Furnishes relief for suffering chilm Point, about 70 miles. the editor impressed by the dren in all parts of the world by( m mos. term of school at Farl N. and High contributing a part of membership m C, Pearl lives at Clinchport, Va., This is a clash between capital "kick" and the reasonableness fees. m m the of it, proceeded to give his THE DEPARTMENT OF Lucien and Rob, when mustered and labor, and in Charlotte m Wearefprepared to do all kinds of machina work, nu CIVILIAN RELIEF. five deaths readers such news. out of military service, went trouble culminated in Provides aid for families of soldiers, wounded; sailors and marines. m matter how large or small. HP Now, to my thinking, there back to their positions at West and more than a dozen Helps returned soldiers, sailors and ffl victims being strikers. Some are a whole lot or Lake and Cochran, Ga., while iarmers wno marines. m six military companies were ought to be talking the same way Organizes and gives family social Adolphus Bradshaw is at King-por- t, service, for a temporary period, In m and the militia to the editors of their county holding a good hurried there Tenn., nv communities which have no other w agencies to perform such service, Welare fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor i who with rifle and bayonet, with po- papers. What is more, they position. He is only one !!! Administers disaster relief. lice armed with pump shotguns ought to be helping those editors f ?v W work and guarantee satisfaction on alll work. was wounded in world war; and Provides an information service and automatic revolvers, are in to make their papers more vital which makes available knowledge of m lias- I think, about recovered, vn agitators facilities offered by the government m and to get them in closer touch I am booked to teach again, at evidence. Extreme and private agencies. Marhinp Shnm W !!! Kparn? A and haughty captains of indus- with the rural sections. A live Encourages community organization $85 a month. to meet the common needs of a lotry, manifesting the spirit that county paper is one of the bigIt might be of interest to tell WV cality. Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile JJ! caused the nobility of France to gest, assets a county can have. you of an annual festival of this j Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. frog A THE RED CROSS region that was pulled off last require peasantry to beat "dead" paper, or one that CI carrying to a conclusion servIs. ! CAMPBELLSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. JJF Saturday within a mile of where ponds so royalty could sleep, is keeping alive just to save fu ice to soldiers, sailors and mahospiof deplorable state rines still In camps and neral expenses, is a liability I live that is known as Elliot Re- caused the tals at home and abroad. mfmnmimfflwwmmmm m mfwiinimminwmnim w nr High Point thousands union. The name is a misnomer; affairs. At rather than an asset. Some (jits relieving the suffering of civilno bloody ians in foreign countries with for people of every name come, are standing idle, but editors would' make a live paper donations of clothing materials, Business Phone ! Residence Phone 13 B A Few Lines to Dear Old Mama. You remember food and medicines and sending community; some all quarters. Visitors clash as yet. and from in the deadest medical vid nursing aid to such and the that oppression and arrogance of would make a dead paper in the make this countries. N. MURREIL Dear Mama I will come back a OR. many effete French royalty caused the livest community; but most will ingathering is from up the pavebetter man. counties of North Carolina; while plebians to tear make just about the sort of pa- RED GROSS ANNOUNCES DENTIST overcome the Uncle Sam is giving me a newper that their people demand. South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, ments of Paris, a ITS ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FOR' er equipment in mind and body, Illinois, Missouri, Virginia and Swiss guards, and institute The papers a county has are Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BT3gF reign of terror. Agitators, ever generally a fair euide to the fitting me for a bigger, finer life. New York are placed under FUNDS AND MEMBERS hasty, up Stairs. When that boy of yours comes We have had 1 of these dangerous leaders, were spirit of the county itself. tribute. carry out its obli marching home a victorious gatherings, and like building-perio- d but capital is of ten arrogant. The It follows, then, that the man gations in countries over- Kentucky Columbia, has sprung into being and who complains about his local of Solomon's temple, the recall seas and to launch its peace crusade he will be a very dif petitions, containing paper and I have heard numprogram at home, the Amer ferent person from the lad you weather has been propitious. twenty-fiv- e ican Red Cross will conduct its The audience numbered 880 or hundreds of names, at Charlotte bers of farmers do it ought to annual campaign for members and bravely sent away with a kiss, November 3 and No- tear and a smile.' new help to make it better. Often a funds between more, and 100 buzzwagons deco- are preparing to ask for vember 11, Armistice Day. Fifteen He will be strong in body, quick rated the surrounding grove and election of mayor, commission good "talking to" the editor, a million dollars is the national quota, in addition to 1,920 members. ers,etc. Profiteering, arrogance presentation of the farm point asked in action, alert and keen church lot. MacKenzie R. Todd has been ap- and sure Veterinary Suigion and Dentist and other excesses cause labor of view and an insistence on the pointed campaign manager for Ohio, in mind, firm and resolute in The written and unwritten law Indiana and Kentucky, the three f all is, that if any would-b- e fledgling to make unreasonable demands. paper's getting something of spates of the Lake Division, by D. C. character, calm and even tem- Special attention glvti. Nearly all bloody troubles re- that point of view into its col- Dougherty, acting manager of the Di- pered. tries to plume his Domestic Anim now in Cleveland Todd sult from misunderstanding, and umns, will help a lot. Always, vision. Mr. plans is the drive at the and wings he shall be in working on for general campaign headquarters. the haughty captain of industry ability to think and act in emer- Office at Residence, 1 mile " ' v with danger of hellfire, and no one has Mr. Todd has appointed campaign viewpoint Jamestownroad. the paper will help subscribe to managers for the division R. F. gencies, coolness and courage in the temerity to violate the rules. does not understand Grant, Ohio. State Manager; Clarence time of stress and danger, such do and condition of his help nor the paper, read it, pay for it, tell Stanley, Indiana State Manager, and Like every other commonwealth Phone 114 G. operatives realize the cares, risks it the news when you have any, John R. Downing, Kentucky State will be the product of my trainin Christendom, we have a coterie Manager. capital. Columbia, Kv. ing and experience. advertise in it when you have of bachelors, widows, widowers and responsibilities of my sons are in- something to sell, express your Neatness, precision in detail and old maids whose ages range While none of EXECUTIVES DETAIL PUNS volved in this trouble, they are v'ews through it when you wish without fuss and worry, promptfrom 75 to 90; and on this occas-sioOF THE AND OBLIGATIONS working for corporations. We to reach your neighbors. Dr. Elam ness, reliability, scrupulousinteg-rity- , these try to recussitate love's when autocthoughtfulness and courtesy young dream; and hairdye and were assured that PEACE TIME RED GROSS Few county papers are servDEN.TIST. thes things come from many OFFICE l&i.- drugstore complexions make a racy was swept from the earth ing their'farmer readers as well Residence CTING Lake Division Man comradeship and discipline. Utopia would reign, out I could ludicrous spectacle. Second Floor might, 't seems to me. OFFICE: as they ager D. C. Dougherty calls forecast that trouble would re A broad shouldered, deep-cheV attention to the fact that But the farmers themselves are To see a gay Lothario of 88 Cor. Slain andlDePot St Congress recently prolonged ed, square-forme- d sult from shameless mendacity largely responsible tor this. The young man discarding cane and spectacles to the responsibilities of the Red Cross OAIFBETSLSTTIUJE, ICY. of the shoddy contractor and abroad when it authorized the trans- with flashing eyes and a happy pay his addresses to a powdered, farmer who will grumble about fer to the Red Cross of such medical Localan'l jih.1 m.i..:i Via i! i oprofiteer, and it is coming to smile, thats who will throw himthe poor paper he is getting, it is and surgical supplies and supplemenbedizened "bachelor girl" whom nass. The nine million dead dietary foodstuff safe to say, outnumbers the tary and are not needed bynow in Eu- self into your arms when poxx people or tne bu s were rope as the army maw of the Moloch men in the up to decide whether her farmer who will really try to abroad or at home. These the Red Bertress comes home again, balled of war are not eating, buying help his local editor make a more Cross is to administer to relieve and that who is coming back to live birthdate was 1812, was B. C. or counsupply the pressing needs of clothes nor shoes, and yet shoes, truly representative paper at tries involved in the war. .the his life in happiness with you A. D..-i- s a spectacle to provoke beWhile many Americans may believe and in my hands and your lies provssions and clothing are J2. Miller, that Red Cross foreign obligaUons are Used Years a genuine horse laugh. But the ing enhanced in value. During least ten to one.-at an end, Dr. Livingston Farrand, the future of America. Agriculturist. horse has been discarded for the progress of this bloody struggle, in Southern chairman of the central committee of Help me keep happy now by the American Red Cross, calls attenlizzie; and hence insensate tin the man who bleated the most tion to the fact that our Allies suffered cheerful newsy letters, for your you would expect a guflaw from far niore hardships with war than did sake and for Uncle Sam. slackers, vehemently about we and that we have Incurred obligathe eternal Spink as soon as from cowards ' and traitors never oultry Remedy tions which honor demands shall be To my dear mama, Mrs. Har4 discharged, and, furthermore, the vast the insensate auto. You can make 12 dZ fought, nor did his boys. Now riet Sparks from Bertress Sparks. of m fallons tonicthe belt l J,' territory of the far east, cut off from poultry known j The program, therefore, is to he is running for office. If rant- s ,r with a HU sjb Btsrhi 60c bottle of I.PIlfC aid during thethewar, has looked to Swellings of. the flesh caused by inPoakrj Rtmtij vv"w( America since cessation of hostil eat to satisfy at noon hour, eat ing about war and staying at Cores and prevents Capes, ities. flammation, cold, fractures of the Tke Worm's Derneck, cnolera, roup and icecream and drink ice water. home, profiteering, and oppressother destructive poultry The Red Cross is now turning Its neuralgia or rheudiseases. Atdruists,orby attention to home needs and has bone, toothache mail postpaid. Despite fact that we fed more ing labor is patriotism, let me be worked out a program covering home matism can be relieved by applying m feet imth Co, Ltssfha. kj. Sold Evtrywtor service, nursing, preparation for dis- BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. than 800, including three editors, numbered with the unrighteous. Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Slore aster relief and a Junior Membership r. well rubbed in over the two preachers and four professDeliver me from kaiserism, "Service to Americans" will be a It should be part affected. Its great healing and Red Cross Iognn henceforth. ors of sawmills, enough provi- bolsheviki and anarchy;but penetrating power eases the pain, "Service to Americans!' At prevailing niv a revealed sions were on the 135 foot table is not defending Old be, tha Rd Cross slogan reduces swelling and restores natural & Wants. Two white w in stock sale. th l Kh of a cow will to feed 500 more One feature Glory. conditions. Sold by P&ull Drug Co. heniVir'ti. boee werk. Apply at Nw is alTi"nr a finiciil disaster. of these occasions will soon be Kelvin L. White re-affi- rm a vanished memory. The Elliots and Latti mores were slaveholders, and some two dozen of You and Your County Paper. A Farmer told me a story once about another farmer who went OF THE county paper to the editor of his and objected to the sort of news AMERICAN RED GROSS the paper was giving. "What sort of news do you THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING MHRUIJIR flfTIUITItQ 1 Tile Louisville Trust jjc - slave-holder- s, Die-tectic- s. UNDERTAKER. OxyAcetylene Welding w w m w nr m nr All Urades of Machine Work Auto and Tractor Repairing- w w - Rurkhnlrlor home-comin- g, J. 1 nrv( war-tim- e -- L. H. Jones wind-jammhalf-fledge- er ). d Self-contr- ol self-relianc- e, whole-hearte- d n Harris. 323-K- T A' st E. ! 40 -- inn J d ap Bourbon "" f. " 11m- CARDU Ths - J wind-jammi- ng - f . f . 4 S, mi - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r rr .rtin 1111 hin Adair a ringing presentation of the contents of the greatest docu Fablished Or Wednesdays. ment ever wnttensby man, a $l Golan6ia, Kentuckydocument that will bring peace throughout the world. It means J.E.JUURRELL, Editor. that United'States soldiers will Msr, never again be called into a for- MRS. DAISY HAMllETT. eign country, a document that De9cnt!c&e'VFpaprdeT0ted to the Interert GoQivt--y kevJs Pertinent Points 1n Democratic Platform. Indorsement of Democratic Nation al Administration. Indorsement of the League of Nations without amendments. Maintenance of American institu- tlons free of the parasites that men- ace civilization in Europe. f tie City of Columbia isd tin paopla of Adair the President stated that would Recommendation of laws, both in adjoining counties be endorsed by the Senate, and State and Nation, giving all possible after which the business affairs aid to soldiers and sailors who fought e as second Xatered at the Columba' of thjs country' would be to makelthe "world safefor democralass man matter. cy" and to provide suitable maintei nance for the dependents of those WED. SEPT. 10, 1919. Quilefa number of Columbiana who gave their lives. Declaration that party pledges in severaljout in the county exSubscription Price 1st and 2nd P6stal Zone and US) per yer. pect to shape their affairs so as State have been redeemed. beyond 2nd3$2.00 perTyear All Zones Urges expansion and extension of All Subscription due and Payable in Advance to be in Louisville on the 28th the' common school system in State; and 29th of September. On better salaries for teachers; creation DEMORATIC TICKET. these dates President Wilson 'of a nonpartisan State Textbook Com will be in the city, and will de mission; further efforts to eradicate FOR GOVERNOR liver anladdress on the morning illiteracy; development of vocational JAMES D. BLAGK, of tne :29th;5f just before taking' education and plan to make every schoolhouse a community center. of Knox County. his departure.!!! At the 11 o'clock Establishment of a Department of expected Labor, strengthening of the child lahour on the 28th, F.OR LIEUT. GOVERNOR that he willKattend the Warren bor law; safer working conditions; Wm. H. SHANKS, -Lincoln County. Memorial Presbyterian church. better sanitation; better housing con of People over the State will be ditions; closer supervision of factory FOR STATE AUDITOR anxious to see the President, and and shop .and proper educational faHENRY M. BOSWORTH; for all who toil. it is believed that the city will cilities revision of. present ' taxing .of Fayette County. Careful be crowded on these dates. laws to the end that any defects may FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL be speedily corrected. FRANK E. DAUGHERTY', Xing Albert and Queen Eliza-beth.Strong endorsement of good roads of Nelson County. Belgium, will reach Wash- for all the State. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE ington, D. C, October lat, and Favors laws for improvement of MAT S. COHEN, will be the guest of President farmiDg conditions in order that proof Fayette County, and Mrs, Wilson. They will duction may be increased; provide marketing facilities, and enFOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS remain in the capitatfcity several better courage better and more scientific JOHN A. GOODMAN, days, then start on their contem- farming. of Todd County, plated trip tc the Pacific Coast. Would take all public, charitable, COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE These dignataries will be happily eleemosynarj and penal institutions JOHN W. NEWMAN, greeted in the United States, as out of the realm of politics; favors se of Woodford County. King Albert is in the hearts of lections of members of the Board of Control from men and women in FOR STATE TREASURE all Americans. State of highest personal character HENRY F. TURNER, of Ballard County. A few old topers over the without regard to political affiliation Favors amendment removing from country have tried denatured alFOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION any officer in state having a cohol as a stimulant. They only office L. E. FOSTER, prisoner in custody and surrendering . of Christian. County. Surviving took one drink each. same to a mob, provided for by Post-offic- " itis $ of FOE STATE SENATOK. friends 19th Senatorial District J. E. GARNET!' of Adair County. ordered coffins and a Legislature. slow march followed the reIndorses,National and State prohimains to the cemetery. bition of the manufacture and sale of 4444444444444 S 4444444444444 4 4 4 STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE 4 4 4 4 4 4 Latest in Capes Waists, Plain and Fancy Dress 4 4 4 SilKs. 4 4 4 4 4 4 FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY 4 4 4 4 4 4 Spring Suits and 4 4 Masterbilt and 4 Shoes. 4 4 4 Iron Bedsteads; Heavy Enamel. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray 4 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444 fft 4444444444 44 V- -, U- -' New for Men Boys. JTA Feathcr-Trc- d FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS. PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. Next Door toTheAdair County New Office. Knifley. Rugby. no intoxicating liquors, and pledges par FOR MAGISTRATE The street carstrike in Louis- ity to frame laws for its enforcement. . The health of the community Indorses present State primary law. 7th Magisterial District, ville is still in a muddle, and a is very good at the present time. H. A. WALKER. great deal of walking is being Indorses free suffrage of women on equal terms with men. Mrs. Ora Mae Beane of Rusindulged in. While destinations Fledges State aid to all societies sell Co., spent last week with The Democratic State Conven- are slowly reached, the daily acfighting disease. ' her mother.Mrs. C. M. Bault. tion is over, a platform has been cidents do not occur. Favors laws to encourage investMiss Ethel Dunbar, who is adopted, and the candidates are ment of capital in State to legitimate teaching school at Bloomington, on it, and the canvass has started The Democratic platform is ly develop oil fields. and every nook and corner will be visited before the November election. The Republican candidates are also busy, and will make the fight of their lives to win this contest. The Democrats are aware of their diligence, and not a one will sleep on their oars, but will constantly pull for the landing. There is no other way but to run every day and night until the election is over, run like you are in danger and you will come under the string ahead, ft is the sanguine candidates that usually get defeated. We publish too long for our paper, hence we give the points, in the planks. Pledges to reduce State debt and various run the affairs of the Commonwealch on a economical basis. ; Congressman Barkley and United States Senator J. C. W. Beckham made great speeches in the Democratic State Convention. They had the proper ring, enthusing several thousand Democrats, who made uo the audience, and who will take the field, shop and store for the State ticket. WANTS WILSON TO PREVENT WARS. Glensfork. Rev. R. L. Lochard, of Ky., and Rev. Ashby just closed a two weeks meeting Sum-mersvil- le, at the Methodist church, this place. We had a good revival and certainly heard some fine sermons. Died on the 4th. inst, Mr. Thos. Tavjor of tuberculosis he was buried at tne family burying ground near, this place Friday. He was a good christian gentleman and will, be greatly missed. Miss Katy Taylor, Columbia, was visiting relatives here a few days of last week. Mrs. Annie B. Brockman and Margaret little Blakey, are visiting the formers sister, Mrs. Mary L. Taylor at Columbia this week. Ray Strange is having a new ell put up to his house. A large crowd attended show which was here Monday night. grand-daughtes the resolutions On Board President Wilson's the President that DenMrs. Ethel Conover and Miss nison had voted against Him in Timie Kelsay who have had fever'" Presidential election, but -are the last '" better. would be for him in 1920. John Kelsay has gold bis farm ' President Wilson's opening , to Bill Banks known as the Sam repliedr-thPresi-"Oh, no," spatch on the adoption of the laughing and shrugging- Sandusky farm far twelve bund- Lsafeuetrf Nations, atGttorabus, dents e - adopted by the State Democratic convention last Thursday. It may be that there are clauses not to the liking of some Bemo-crat- s, but they should remember that many party workers read md adopted them, believing that they were properly worded, and we in the trenches should accept them and vote the ticket jit the November election. They were evidently drawn to please all the candidates, and if they are satisfied, we should be. Less have no quibbling, and fight daily from the rising of the sun to the setting thereof. Special Train, Dennison, 0., Sept. 4. An elderly, gray bearded man got in conversation with the Presieent just before the train pulled outjof Dennison. "I wish you success on your trip," he said. It means a great deal to me. I lost two boys m the war and have only one left. I am looking to you to prevent future wars so he won't have to go." Another man in the crowd re-mind- ed Van-zan- ts thousands. It was hie shoulders. M-- r v.;red.snd fifty dollars. Our sick folks are improving some but still we have some cases of fever with us yet. Private Fred Jane3 who lives here and has. been in Germany for the past year is at home now. We are all glad to have Fred again. He can spent last Friday till Sunday at back with us certainly tell us something as home. he has been over the most of Several from this vicinity Europe. attended county court at ColumMr. James Rossen and Miss bia last Monday. Eula Stapp were married a Mr. J. M. Wolford passed few days ago at Columbia. Miss through here one day last week Stapp is a daughter of the late enroute to Cumberland river Dr. James Stapp and one of where ,he is engaged in logging. Cumberland Co.'s best teachers. Roy Humpress, son of J. J. She is now teaching at Repub-liceHumpress, happened to a serious in Adair Co. Mr. Ko3Son is day last week; was at a son of J. E. Rosson, this place, injury one and was up between the and is a cousin of your scribe and cars, breaking every bone in his is one of our best young men. fdot from toes to ankle. Dr. The younger folks will be greatIf the town board wants to do someGowdy dressed his foot and he ly missed by the younger set. thing to protect the health of is doing nicely at present time. This is a termination of a courtit could have the main Mr. Jim Dabney was in this ship of several years standing. streets and public square oiled. It section one day last week buy-n- g Your scribe wished them along would cost a considerabla lay out of cattle He bought of A. Ci happy life together. money, bub good health is more valuaWheeler, one 2 yr. old, consider- , Fodder saving and tobacco ble than cash. ation $60.00, of Charlie Bault 2 cutting is the order of the day 215 Acre Farm for Sale. 2 year old,consideration $ 130.00. here. There is about one half Mrs. Ella Gose.of this place is crop of tobacco and about two visiting relations in Columbia thirds crop of corn. 4i miles north of Greensburg, improved, well watered, good Rowe, your Mr. Simpson at the present writing. Mrs. Zach Holt is visiting her Sparksville reporter, and Miss limestone soil, 20 acres first bottom parents at this "place at this Laura Coomer were secretly land. Hodges, Greensburg, Ky. married in Columbia last Saturwriting. 454b Work is progressing rapidly day and it was kept a secret unon the Green river and Knifley til Monday. They aimed to have For Sale. pike. It is a good . thing and fooled the people but they were wasn't before it was needed. We soon found out. We wish them and three quarter need good roods all over the many happy days together.' I have county and adjoining counties. They will be greatly missed by acres of good Land for sale.. On is a. dwelling and bam, good wa'Wednesday right a serieref the younger set. A boy or girl, here that be- ter. meetiQg.held at Christie's Chap Odfc Lewis, Gleosfork, Ky.r . el closed. - Several additions. tQ comes twenty years of age and -- ,. c -r .. Jiot married thinks they stand & the church.--v n C-ville y, chance of ever getting married when they are becoming of an age they can enjoy themselves. Mr. John Rossen from East Fork, visited relations here last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sparks visited in the Fairplay com munity last week. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to Mr. Jeff Jea3e in losing his wife by lightning a few days ago. Prof. F. A. Strange and family have moved to Marrowbone where he is principal of a high school for the next nine months. We hate to give Finis up but can recommend him to the Cumberland Co., folks as being a fine teacher. .'. Ky-W- ell J-- forty-eigh- t the-laa- d WilL&eH-chMp- . -.- . .2fe - 4" , 'ADAIR COUNTY NE?S rr-nJafeafc- m RECEIVING DA LY ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS IN - m and Mrs. Elbert Carnes, (nee MissCary Jackman) of Rowena, arrived last Saturday, Mrs. Carnes to remain a week or ten days. Mr. g88iEgJg383S 15 YOUR for the Itch. Edema. nfr tS55entr Tetter, and la boWTjt thodrnz-on iae strict guarantee that Sbi purchase prfce, 75c, wm be iamed customer. TrrMosVaaalm 888l8l3g LIFE vn LADIES' DRESS GOODS. A FULL Mrs J. P. Clayton, who lives near Montpelier, and who went to Louisville and was under the treatment of a specialist, has returned home, very much benefited. Miss Rose Heyd, who teaches Hunt', Cure Is SrpelUyco. ponadea 7K n,r.Z 38 INSURED? If ateurrtak. W&tuHtUxSy Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. at Pa-duca- LINEOF MEN'S LATE STYLE uflHOSfn- - SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS. I Ky., Jeft Thursday morning to begin duty for this school year She is an excellent, Christian lady,' and a splendid teacher. Louisville Conference, The seventy fourth session of the Louisville annual conference of the I is 0 e 5K Not Why Not INSURE V ith the k UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. We sell tlie best for money. N. T. Mercer represented Adair on Wednesday, September 24, and vl in the State Democratic Con continue until Monday, September 29. i vention, last Thursday, at Louisville: Bishop Collins Denny will be the pre ' "" lam located in the Sinclair Building, near The News office. My good $ j Miss Allene Montgomery left to en- siding bishop at the coming session. PHONE 24-COLUMBIA; KY. The conference embraces seven diss were purchased for cash, and I am Selling at the Shortest Profits. ter the Kentucky School for Women, Dauville, yesterday morning. Her tricts as follows: Bowling Green, I father, Mr. Gordon Montgomery, ac Columbia, Elizabethtowjn, Henderson, pleasure in showing you p Come in. 1 will Hopkinsvllle, Louisville, and Owens- companied her. I my entire stock. through boro There are about 550 churches Mrs. Nannie Scalf and her son, in the conference, totaling a memberbuns iuJWtt&3 s??' SfiZsB?. L Chester, arrived from Louisville last W. ship of about 65,000 with about 200 Friday. Chester was' in the army, 5S5 0 preachers. served in France and was in a number By a recent change in the general of engagements. He is in fine health laws of the church, a pastor may re.Direct from the TROPICS IVs Fit for the KINGS. Miss Lillie Judd left for Jelico, main longer than four consecutive Mr J. H. Jones, St Loujs, was resented to the American trade, being an extra large, ligt cently registered at the Jeffries Hotel. Tenn., last Thursday morning. After years as pastor ofany one charge, procentered berry of uniform size. This coffee comes to you 1UU per cent jpurei nocmixea or Dienueu Mr. Edward Hamlett entered Cent- spending a few days there with her vided there is a demaud for his return it is so heavw ladened with that rich, deer College, Danville, the firss of this brother, Prof. T. A. Judd, she will coming from- the Official members of tropicai flavor, possessing such leave for northern Louisiana where the church which heserves. licious fragrance and aroma thatitshould. week. r jusuy De termea tne Mrs. C. R. Hutchison and her son, she will teach. , C. A. Hammonds has sold his farm, Edwin, attended the Somerset Fair Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blumenshine, of lying in the suburbs of Russell Springs mm&ammmMFZrtVrJ jzsj r" 3 orSfrKV. One cup of this rich, MMf7VJ IMi n IVa, it rl TtTftlll Tift g?MHEiff'A-alMr- f cottee clear aroma-lade- n a, VaVJJw.Mr.tt last week. Mercer, Pennsylvania, recently visited to the Henry Reality Company, who " , will certainly Clyde Crenshaw, at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Murrell Mr. and Mrs. vg-- delight yen. will cut into town lots and sell them L.l3mfiviMmglimK bv. I H L .. M'tr-afv ;mxiaVKiWEKMt wmjfa i Campbellsville, were here a short near Zion. They, in company with to the highest bidder. This" will be a .r. I 'VA, fl&l TRY IT. MM Ml Miss Eva Murrell visited and explored means of building up Russell Springs. time since. Mr. C. E Graham, Greensburg, an in part, the Mammoth Cave insurance agent, was in Columbia last Gradyvllle, Miss Mary Grissom, Thursday. musicteacher, left Monday morning Dr. W. J. Flowers and Mr. Fred for Hopkinsville where she is engaged We had delightful have Hill were in Louisville several days of for this year. Her mother, Mrs. weather for the past week. last week. Elizabeth Grissom, accompanied her, d G. T. Flowers was at Red n& Va Mrs Zora Howe and her son, and they will likely do light housesGjUtE&ji&rriFnS d :C1.UC'"E'Y BY spent several days with friends keeping during the term. ROASTZO Lick last Saturday night. Lcsisville, Ky- & Sons here last week. Mr. C. T. Stults and wife are in Squire Kemp and his son, J. Represented in Mrs. A D Patteson and Miss Mary Louisville attending the State Fair George, are visiting relatives at TayIor,Green Miller returned from Louisville last and also visiting Mr. Stults brother, Adair Counties by R. C. Borders: Jamestown this week. Thursday night. Mr. Ewing Stults and wife. They FURNITURE AND CARPETS. ... ..t? ?.. . Also handle a Complete Stock of Hardware, Messrs. Gordon Montgomery, L C. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Winfrey, G. R. Reed, J. R. Garnett, will convene atElkton, Todd county, f g I v the least W I See G. T. STUliTS, C. k- -j Hgert, I take J. BURTON. S. s9F HFjP - wmmim . lu-cio- us, conce-cTiDorM- -- V- mmammm&mmkcwm;4'k Ml tfrA A- ,1 ! ) . i .. n well-know- n Kin-nair- ASiLfeJAwMni ?- ffs" and We areFshowing ail the popular Fabrics and Colors in Coat Suits, Coats, Dress Skirts, Waists, etc., for Fall and'Winter. MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING. Miss Pearl Bradshaw has accepted a will also spend several days in Indiana, position at Burnaideand lef trfor that at'thehome of Mrs. Stult.s parents,' point last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tandy Miss Bessie Anderson, of Gentry's Mr. C. M. Barnett, wife and chilMill, who visited at Highland Park, dren, and Mr. Jo Rosenfield left f- r has returned home. St. Louis last Monday morning. From - EdeR. Baker was at Columbia Campbellsville, Ky. lastJFriday on'business. Dr. S. Simmons was at Greensburg last Monday on business. Mr. John Hughes, one of Ed- Community Plate Silverware. Like all Community Plate, the Adam design is finished with the heaviest of silver plate, and each spoon and fork extra protected at the wearing surface by the Community overlay-dispure silver, practically wear-prounder all conditions of ordinary household service. c, of We have our Fall Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing in all the latest cloths and styles a fit guaranteed. RUSSELL & CO. Middlesboro, St. Louis Mr. Rosenfield will return Jo Rosenfield, our midst a few days of last spent a portion of last week with his to Middlesboro Mr. Jo. M. Rosenweek. wife and children here. field left for his Virginia home last Our farmers are putting in Messrs. H. A. Walker and T. O. Saturday. busiPatteson have returned from Mesdames G. F. Stults and Gordon this week cutting tobacco, and ness trip to Indiana. Montgomery, who have been on Mr. the crop down this way is a bit Mr. .Robert Ingram, cashier of the Monteomery's farm for five months, extra. Bank of Russell Springs, spent Thurs- are now at their residences in ColumVan Zant's Big Tent Show was day night in Columbia. bia. They were in the country can- here two nights last week. Mrs Ira Powers, daughter of Judge ning for the winter, raising chickens, There was a large attendance Walter Sinclair, is visiting her parents. turkeys, etc. Mr. monton's beat citizens was in "1847" ROGER BROS The only Silver Plated ware with an unqualified Guarantee that by the actual test of seventy years. is V backed L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, -- She resides in Louisville. WANT DOGWOOD Also Persimmon AT FANCY and Hickory, by " Cords four foot PRICES blocks, car lots. Diameter of Dogwood, over 4i Persimmon over 8 in. inches. Hickory over 12 inches. Say what you have. Prices and Specifications on Request. Mr. Luther Potts, Cumberland county, made a business trip to Columbia a few day a ago Mr. W. H. Crisp, merchant at was here Friday morning Jamestown, on his return from the market. Mr. Isaiah Henson, who lives near KENTUCKY WOOD PRODUCTS CO , GEO. A BUSH, Pres. Franklin St., Louisville, Ky. 539 the Cheatham Bridge, was real sick with typhoid fever last week. Allen Eubank is now at home. His arm is in plaster parish, but the plaster will be removed in a few days Miss Zella Pelley, one of Columbia's competent school at teachers, left for her Thursday Barbourville, PERSONALS Mr. S. A. Noe, of Lebanon, morning. Mr. J. N. Meadows, cashier of the here Friday. Miss Mary D. Bank of Jamestown, and Mr. Hugh was Sharp, were down from the capital of Eussell a few days ago. Mr. Horace Massie, wife and children, Taylor county, visited, last week, at the home of Mr. Massie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brack Massie. Mr. J. jS". Meadows," cashier of the Bank of Jamestown, was here Friday morning, enroute "home, from the State Democrat ic Convention. Mr. and Mrs- Aibia Eubank and - Patteson is visitirjg Ky., at Paris, Mr. Claud Buster, Creelsborc, was here Sunday. Mrs. V. Sullivan has been very sick for several days. Mr. M.C. Wiufrey is spending a few days at the State Fair. has been Mr. Scott Mongomery quite sick for several days. Miss Pearl Bradshaw, Montpelier, visited here last Wednesday. Mr. Sam Bowman, Louisville, was in Columbia a few days since Mip. Montra Beard, of ISeatsburg, is visiting Mrs W, S Chapman -- Miss Julia Eubank left Monday morning for the State Fair and to look after some business iu the city, Mr. --W. C. Lawrence, of Rowena, passed .through here last Wednesday, enroute to Cave City, where he has accepted a position with a drug Co. Mr. Alvin Lewis and his sister,. Mr. Rollin Stapp, of Edmonton, "Miss Edna, attened a 'social 'function in Uoufeville last week.1., It was- givfen was in Columbia a few days ago. who.. Js soon to Mr. '3 "H Pickett; Campbellsville, in honor of & relative was in town a day or two of last week --- each night anpl everybody was --Columbia, Kentucky. Mr Walter Ingram and his sister, well pleased with the show.. Mis. C. G. Jeffries and his father, Mr. "XSJEEiasjFT Mr. Titus Price, the well known H. B. Ingram went to Louisville last man of Columbia, week The former will visit the Cin- insurance cinnati market. Mr, H. B. Ingram's spent several days in this comDRY CLEANING DYEING. mission was td have a cataract remov- munity last week looking after ed from one of his eyes. insurance. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Mrs. Mollie Triplett, who visited W. M. Wilmore and her Mrs. Send Via Parcel Post n, in Missouri, her son, R o j two daughters accompanied by returned last Friday afternoon. Ray Claycomb, of Bliss, spent a Her son, Dr. W. T. Triplett, Celina, and Kan., and her daughter, Mrs. M C. few days in Lexington Reynolds, who live in Joplin, Mo,, Louisville last week with rela617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. visited her at Monroe City, Mo. tives. x f Known all over America. Mr. D. M. Mooneyham, of The young soldier's reunion on Tex , is spending a few weeks Butlers Fork last Friday and colts at $75 00 each. These are last one of the family nonliving,, with his father, Daniel Mooneyham Saturday was well attended. extra colts for this section. is quite proud of them. and other relatives. Mr Mooneyham Good preaching and music, and Mr. Graham, the well km.wn left Adair crunty for Texas a number W. L. Grady and wife visited everybody enjoyed the occasion. insurance man of Greensburg, of years ago. He is a fine citizen and relatives at Edmonton a day or-is having a good time' meeting old Miss Mollie Flowers is spend- spent a few days in this commuso of last week. friends ing a few days with her friends nity last week looking after inMr. and Mrs. A. N. Williams,-oJ. F. Pendleton, the well surance. over in Ohio this week. Stillwater, Okla., who have been visitMrs. Eugene Nell has been known stock man of Greensburg, Mr. Jim Hughes, of Indiana, ing relatives here for several weeks, confined to her room for several received about one hundred head left for their home last Wednesday is spending this week with W. of cattle here one day last week morning. Mr. Williams is In the pro- L. Grady and family. Although days with typhoid fever. duce business and is having a fine he had a stroke of paralysis a Uncle Charlie Yates, who has at prices from 5 to 8 cents per '. run of trade He says Kentucky is a few years ago. his memory is been seeing after covering the pound, leaving in this communi- - ' fine State in which to live, but the perfectly good on things that Baptist Church in our town for ty at one time between five and West is the best country in vhiijh to happened in this community the past week-o- r so, informed us six thousand dollars for cattle-M- r. lay W dollars. Pendleton is a liberal buyer when he was a boy. that he received a very generous Guy Dunbar, of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr and our people are always glai' L. B. Cain bought last week check from his nephew, Burton was here a few days ago, enroute to '" 't Columbia, for the bene- to trade with him. his old home, Rowena, Russell county. on Leather Wood Creek 35 cattle Yates, of In conclusion, we fit of covering the church. Mr. Roy"Helm, an attorney of AshsaC at prices ranging from 6 to 8 Would tnat all the children were that we are glid must "' land, Ky., was here last Tuesday. to ieii fn'ii He was accoHOfMLSiied by his sister, cents per PWnd. Hunter Broe. as loyal to their father's and our neighbor, boya.throfh;-thMiss Effle Helm. They are both for- bought several head at the nur-- j mother's church as Uncle Creel news. CQDMt on ithu mer 'students of the Gager's.. Their old ketf , price.--' C. aH. tYates sold tfate'sand J. timejo..- aadn&M and were here rJo attendthe opening to Albert Brurnme'tt,'- two nwlW ahele, now 81 years o4&e,,the of that Institution for this ?&ar. and 1 1 1 SWISS CLEANERSAND DYERS . White-wright- r, , f -- -- t e Jofrer-ltfra.vne- xt Llndsey-WiIso- n, - - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID l Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Gent's Furnishing Gocds, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE -- and s FANCY GROCERIES. 1 mml WmMBBBHNFy Iff I i ; 111 9 ml milmlimmfn liiilliilfffffffr 1 I 1! I III I" 111 .7vSSCSauwv8 IIBf J;l B.J. CoDTTithtUUbT Reynolds Tsi?atto Co. in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat thari you can make a horse 'drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back! Bay Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is told. Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half poxmd tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. about smokes, Prince Albert X is geared to a joyhandout standard m that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new ! Get it straight that what youVe hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty TALK Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco .Co.., In swine the United States is easily first, and this year has more hogs than her nearest com petitors all combined. The clos est of of these are Brazil. Ger many, and Russia. So the greater abundance of swine is perhaps the most note worthy differences between the meat resources of the United States and most other countries I iWinston-Sale- m, N. C We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in 4and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come (low We Lead In Swine. Of cattle the world contains probably 45 million head, of which the United Stares nasi The report of the Controller cf the Currency shows the Na-t oleI Lank reserves gxpppA ra. quirements by over one billion. President Wilson refuses the demands of railroads employees for higher wages and issues a plain statement on the case. about h. Of sheep the world contains approximatelv 500 million head, of which the United States has one-seven- ! THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat Night NELL HENRY W. DEPP, DEHSTTIST about one-tent- h 6 CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. Notice, To Tax Paers. Of swine the world contains in the neighborhood of ISO million German propaganda didnt fool I have head, of which the United States the books in my possession, anybody but the Germans, and contains considerably more than iour taxes are now due, so please call even they are begining to come to and one-thir- d. mt EVERYTHING IN - settle. The sooner you pay, the In other word, swine are less In motorcar racing death lurks better it is for all concerned It only numerous than either sheep or at every turn. Why, then, is takes one time, so please settle withcattle in the world at large, but motor racing classified as a spo. t? out delay. are more numerous than either It dosent make any difference in the United States. what a robber steals nowaday.--, Or the same classes may be efhe gets value received for his forts. 42 tf Cortez Sanders. Sheriff Adair County Am permanently located in Co lumbia. I Joseph C. Dodd, prominent Louisville attorney, committed All Classes of Den fa work done. Crow considered in this way : suicide as a result of grief over In cattle the United S ates is d&e'and Inlay work a Specialty. In Detriot 40,000 drug adGicts the death of his boy in France. second to India, with three other All Work Guaranteed use two and a half tons of opium countries, Russia, Brazil, and The Kev William Lyttle, of Office: next door to post office. a year, most of which is smugfollowing. Whitesburg, is the father of 28 In sheep the United States is gled into the cicj. children including three set9 of second to Australia, with ArgenRailway.mail clerks are ask- twins. He has had four wives. tina, Russia, and New Zealand, ing an advance of 35 per cent in WELL DRILLER g salaries and ihey expect to get The Foreign Relations Comthe principal mittee by a vote of 9 to 8 voted lit without any strike. I will drill wells in Adair and to amend the peace treaty so as to give Shantung to China in adjoining counties. See me be CALLED stead of Japan. Latest imfore contracting. When the famous First DiviHER BEDSIDE sion parades in Louisville as it proved machinery of all kinds. goes to Camp ITaylor for perPump Repairing Done. Giv manent quarters, Gen. Pershing Tears Ago, Tninldsg She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But N will be asked to lead the march. me a Call. Woman and Praises Cardoi For Ske Is a Well, Stroajj Ar-gentia, Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. HOOFING Stoel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated CO- - I 1 6 Eaal Matket SI reer Between first and Brock sheep-raisin- Louisville, Ky. HER FAMILY W. T. PRI E SURETY BONDS FIR.E INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES TO . Jk Her Recovery. h, Notice to Tax Payers. J. C. YATES For the purpose of giving jou an opXeysa City, Tex Mrs. Mary Kll-hi- the better. That was six years a portunity to pay your taxes, I or one of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a wl of my Deputies will be at the followstrong woman, and I owe my life tlrth of my little girl. . .my side ing places on dates given: Cardul. I had only taken half tfc to hurt me. I had to go hack Absher, Thursday, Sept. 11th. bottle when I began to feel betu. Cane Valley, Friday. Sept. 12th. to bed. We called the doctor. He The misery in my side got less... Goodln's X Roads, Monday Sept. 15. treated me... hut I got no better. I continued right on taking the Canto Roy, Tuesday, Sept. 16th. Set "worse and worse until the misery until I had taken .three bottles ana Sparpksville, Wednesday, Sept. 17. wxa unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any more for I was wall Breeding, Thursday, Sept. 18th. tire months and Buffered such agony and never felt better in my life... ) Gradyville, Friday, Sept. 10th. have never had any trouble from taat that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . Glecisfork, Monday, Sept. 22nd. day to this." Fairplay, Tuesday, Sept. 23rd. my husband if he would get I told Do you suffer from headache, back Milltown, Wednesday, Sept. 24th. m a bottle "of Cardul I would try it. . . ache, pains in sides, or other dlscoa Keltner, Thursday, Sept. 25th. I cemmeoced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or da you - Don't fail to avail yourself j of this ctml1bs I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-ost- l If s. opportuulty. The tax must be col for I knew I could not last give Cartel, the wemam'a tssOc, days bhImb I had a cbasg-- for trial. 191 Cortez Sanders, S. A C. 3SS com-j&esc- AUCTIONEER I &&$&$ $$ $t34$ ... Columbia Barber Shop j -- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Business Solicited ADAlRjand ADJOINING COUNTIES ' ( J. M. WOLFORD,' CASEY CREEK KY. LOY &: LOWE; AiSanitary Shop, Where both SatJsfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. ? m... The News $1.50 and $2.00 aeKj Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ADAiBlCOUNTY NEWS Senator Phelan, Democrat, California, called at the White House today to urge that the President make speeches from his train at other towns in California. It was understood he was informed that the President was opposed toplatfornVspeeches. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns. Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For fuse on man or beast, BOROZONE is Ithe IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and Buy it now HEALING AGENT. and be ready for an emergency. Sold Adv by Paull Drug Co. Dent. i It G. R. REED, mm m0smmm ViT.-X.- FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE --- Columbia, --- --- Keutucky. r si p W5.tV3. 1 BEV- - c I a aLxnPf5w k Ma a gr sisVv rette revelation AMELS supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced ! You never tasted such mellow-mildne; such refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a cigass full-bodi- ed :- -. -- j 1 8! 8 8 8 Mail Car Ford Car AUTOMOBILE LINE Columbia and Gampbelisville i-'Al- r A TT 8 8 Li I $1.50, Round Trip, $2.75 $2.00 Round Trip. $30 Special Attention to Traveling Men 8 8 8 8 8 On account of the license Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. 8 PHONES:- - Columbia, 123 j Campbellsville, ) W. E. NOE. multy and a corps of secretaries and stenographers. Among other places at which the President will speak will be Denver, Col., and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. In California, the home State of Senator Johnson, one of the leading Republican opponents of the peace treaty, the President will make three speeches, at Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego. His only address in Oregon will be at Portland, while he also will speak at Spokane, Wash., and possibly t 300Q3G80&CX3G8C38G( BfcHALF Of PEACE TREATY. Washington, Aug. 28. President Wilson will leave Washington next Wednesday on his speech-makin- g tour in the interest of the peace treaty, and will deliver his first address in Columbus, 0., next Thursday, probably in the evening. Cincinnati is not included in the itinerary, but Secretary Tumulty announced the President would speak at Indianapolis. Accompanying the President will be Mrs. Wilson, Admiral Cary T. GraysoD, Secretary Tu Large crowds attend the meeting at Mount Pleasant, and are having a good meeting. Miss Ethyl Williams, of this place, is on the sick list. John A. Williams who has been ta France has landed. We are expecting him home right away. Rufus Holt has purchased him a nice young cow and calf price $70.00. School at this place is going on nicely under the management of Miss Bertha Young. Laura Humble Who has been sick is thought to be some better. The farmers have been cutting their tobacco and have some real nice tobacco in this section. Mr. Robert Leach sold a six year old cow at $30.00 the other day. t There is to be an all days singing at Blair's School House the third Sunday in September. Conducted by Brown Coffey and others. Every body invited. , John White .was in this part last week buying cattle. The farmers union will meet at this place beptember the 6th, PsotasiM 1 .Vo-"It K- --V 'w Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways ! Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-tas- te or unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes 18c. a package Camels so attractive. Smokers realize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price ! 1 '"- ZJl Camels aro sold everywhere in scientifically sealed packages of 20 cigarettes or ten packages (300 cigarettes) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel. glassine-paper-corer- R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Sale- N. C. sftsac lir?srv.. - i ) witzr Certain-teed-rende- rs " Kertain-tee- a Koor nig jyj tjm . a war service. ' i ) saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Certain-tee- d IPJTx CT compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less any other type of roof: and no skill is required time than anyone who will follow the simple directions that come-pack- ed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world durability and economy of Certaln-tce- d The JSBLPv m k M. -- NT55! -JV V i ' -- "2f sjs. fj xt, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof & fgr factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, "S- - Tliutuu.w, ecuu6we, u Guaranteed S, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d ., vm Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Office & Woreboute in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods S.M. SANDERS & CO. .; OAMPBELLSYILLE, KENTUCKY, Large crowds are attending morning operation, a dose of Drug Co. Adv. will set you right in a couple the meeting at White Oak. A Permanent Feature. Marvin Conover, of Garlin, of hours. If taken at bedtime you get its beneficial effect after breakspent Saturday night and Sunfast next ;day. Sold by Paull Drug Monday, Joe Kearnes purchased ot day with his cousin, Lone Willis, Co. Adv Mrs. J. T. Vaughan, of Lebanon, her at this place and attended church property on Depot . street. Mr. Montpelier. at White Oak. Ivearnes removed to this city from Adair county about two years ago and L. G. Montgomery sold his farm to Jeff Brockman, of Cray-- 1 Quite different from some has established a large machine shop, and during the past two weeks grave Craft for $3600. Mr. Montgom- secuuns oi cne state, tms comfears have been exercised lest we lose ery and family will go to Mis- munity has had plenty of rain Mr. Kearnes and his excellent family. souri. They are an excellent and as a result we have a good The property he has purchased has family and will be greatly missed corn and tobacco crop. an excellent lot on it and In the near by all. Several real estate deals have future he will erect on this lot one of Mr. Albert Bryant is kept taken place near Montpelier re- the best equipped machine shops to be found in this section of the State. busy relating his experiences cently, Caldwell Bros, sold Roy We are glad to know that this needed overseas. He was on the front Bennett their farm for $9000. enterprise will remain In Campbellsfrom August until the Armis- Bennett sold John Goff his farm ville and we congratulate Mr. Kearnes tice was signed. He fought in for $4000. Everett Petty sold his in his purchase, thus lessening his exthe battle of Argonne, Marne, place known as the Nick Williams pense and giving Campbellsville anoth Aisne and 03is Aisne. He en farm to Charley Duvall of Rock- - er worthy commercial industry. l. joyed good health all the time. house Bottom for $6000. One farmer received an offer Born to the wife of Howard Weed. of nearly $120. per acre for his Leach August 5th, a girl, Messrs. S. I. and G. L. Blair farm but did not sell. Big Creek school is W. L. Calhoun our champion and L. G. Montgomery were on fine with a large attendance. a prospecting tour in Indiana melon raiser had a good patch The wheat thresher is in thisand other.t points last week; his time andj enjoyed a lucrative tsr part of the couutry now. Blair brothers returned Satur-da- trade. This community r e g r e ts They" were well pleased' Roy Grider, who-haa brokew ' to lose Ray Caldwell and Everett with Indiana and while there leg, is improving. visited at the home of Mr,, Wal- Petty as they are both fine Corn is needing rain now. ker Bryant. They report that citizens and have excellent Mr. Bryant and family are well families. But we understand we Most of the early corn has up. and satisfied. are getting excellent citizens in burned There will be a contest witk Bro. Bennett is engaged in a the persons of Messrs Goff and five schools next Friday at Cool series of meetings at Clear Duvall. Sprine. He is an able preacher Oma Selby who has been in Springs, this county. Big Creek and a pleasant gentleman. We Indiana for a year or two'isatiwiU g8t faer parL trust his labors here will be home for a short stay. The show at Gradyville was crowned with success. largely attended from here. All Mr. R. T. Bennett is preparing reported a good show. . Montgomery tO'inarket Messrs. B. on the farm Ben Yarberry sold his farm, to and Albert Bryant were at Eato bought of Caldwell Bros. This on businsM a few days ago. is the largest and best lot of tim- - Porter England for $15,0Q&. HER-BINE News-Journa- Mr. G. G. Reynolds is improv- ber in this section and will bring ing slowly, being able to attend a handsome sum. p Mr. C. C. Holt has improved On Wednesday, July 9th, the church this week. spirit of Mr. Johnny Hayse took Mrs. Ellen Blair is quite sick. in health sojnewhat in the last its flight to God. He had been Mrs. Lora Bryant does not few weeks, in declining health for several improve. Mr. Wm. McCaffree and family years but was able to be about of Missouri, and Albert Williams L. G. Montgomery returned until two days previous to his and wife, of Oklahoma, visited home first of the week from his death. He was a quiet christian Mrs. Addie Taylor last week. prospecting tour. He purchased man, loved by all who knew For the stomach and bowels disora farm in Indiana, paying $8000. him, ders of babies McGEE'S BABYELIX? When the bowels feel uncomforta- IR is a remedy of genuine McKin-ley- 's Mr. and Mrs. E. A. merit. It ble and you miss the exhilarating acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and baby is real sick of fever. feeling that always follows a copious pleasant to take. Sold by Paull OzarK. y. s the-timbe- r 'V.- - X $ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS : ii 8 i. m &. . ... . oJWrii i 5 I ki nrii lie AMI iPMPPF flUl ! ' i a h.bI'I I 111 r &. : to ." r' j i,iurt" ;. ;L..(T(TflEYAARECGMING HOME. v. Qnr. boys aje. coming from over the . LADJES ana GENTLEMEN'S Suits, and. Clothing Dry Cleaned, and Presed.' PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. 'i sea- - .. ' W iB H Mf ,1 ' m mS ! - P 4 V.'- - i Wheat drills. FOR DRILLS. ' , lBY ' r ).; H Where they have been to help whip the Kaiser Cen-- " And the rest of those hell-be' ' tral Powers." And ' make them both better and wiser. boys are coming from over the Our sea, Back from the worlds worst slaughter, Where blood poured out on No Man's nt R. R. STOTTS, COLUMBIA, Hancock Hotel, KENTUCKY. B j v ' ' Land'1' r 1 1 Look over your old drills and see what repairs are. needed. ' Don't Avait un- til you ,get ready to" sow; a ' i Better get your fertilizer now. before-SHIPPING- gets "any worse. Now is the time to order it. -- , T' Like the pouring of Niagara's water. They have met the mines and submarines, Have seen the aircraf ts go over, Dropping their bombs, on rich and poor, Ere they can take to cover. They have heard the roar of bursting shells, Have heard the machine gun's rattle, Have seen men killed by deadly gas", Like butchers killing cattle. Our boys are coming from over the sea. . WORTHMORE BRAND ONE PIECE OVERALLS The'Worthmore Suit is the only logical garment for comfort, neat appearance, and hard use. The cloth is of superior quality, all seams BINDING SUSPENDERS ALL 1SEAMS 5tt. tBEtS FRE6 CIRCULATE OF AW FROM NECK i5siKro M At FEET iTRIPLE STITCHED are triple-lock-stitche- d, Mp&IW 3t J . CALL ON US FOR YOUR WAGONS BUGGIES, HARNESS, FIELD SEEDS, Where they have been to help whip the Kaiser. ' central And all of those "hell-bepowers," And make them ' both better and wiser. . , How are they coming from over the nt every detail has been considered and perfect iBRASS i'V BUTTONS tf-satisfaction is assured. RIVETED I It allows freedom of reinforc crv7 t'.i ITj ,STR ai n movement and protects I ' r t 3 S lM 'mU ft ill ymwvr V A IM V-- 71 ft 4K & k H 9 ! Jr If fVio TooroT fWirmlofTv .01 NTS ECONOMY They are better They are cheaper The one piece suit is here to stay, the same as in underwear all progressive dealers have them. Our guarantee goes with every garment. Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- PUMPS, AND GENERAL HARDWARE THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. mm slaughter and, crime,' From the trenches and cares in No Man's Land" From the banks of the Marne and the Rhine? Some are coming back with their bodies shell-torSome worse, eardrums have been bursted, Another with a foot that is worsted. Some are coming home as sound and t as well as they wish it or ask n, sea, From the field of II f u d. Ml- - ! ( - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. - ) Distributed by sp it. And others are coming how sad, oh, how sad! Are being brought home in a casket. Some of our boys will never come home, But will sleep with theJSdead "over J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Incorporated Kentucky. Louisville Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R, C. Borders Campbellsville, Ky. educational standard prevails, and in addition, the boys are taught several lines of iudustrial work, and the girls, domestic science and the needlework, in which amazing progress has been made by the pupils. Every blind child in Kentucky, or any child whose sight is so weak as to prevent it from attending an ordinary school, can get a free education at the Kentucky School for the Blind. The is from the second Wednesday of September to the second Wednesday of June and the children all go to their homes for the summer vacation. There are separate schools for the white children and for the colored children, some distance apart, each with its own set of teachers. The State has endeavored to make these schools everything they should be for the education, health and comfort of the blind children of Kentucky. The buildings are large and beautifully situated and filled with every possible device for the training of the blind, and the teachers are the best that can be school-session Ijoeal Newa Valuable Land and Timber tale. 4 An important Meeting. Tescher's Association. The Teachers Association for the 3rd Educational Division, Adair county will be held at Zion school house, Friday, Sept. 12. The will be demonstration lessons main-features there" In graves that are tended! and cover- Association of Kentucky, in with other State organizations of a similar nature. According to Dedication at Jamestown. Eugene J. Straus, of Herman Straus & Sons Co . Louisville, the President The Methodist Church at Jamesof the association, no pains have been Oak Prom this timber there is an spared in the preparations for the town was dedicated last Sunday by erfcra good county road to Columbia. event and he is anticipating a most f S. G. Shelley Great crowd, fine din-neFollowing the sale of timber we will beneficial gathering. and splendid day. $300 00 was raised, the amount asked for to free sell about 400 acres of level land. It invitations to the conference have $Ul be sold in four or five tracts, the church from debt. The future is been sent out broadcast ' by the bright for that church. :then in two tracts. This is a grand members association, its individual K)ki home, new dwelling, large barn, and through the wholesalers and Dedication of Tartars Chapel. granary, iarge manufacturers doing business with cow barn, cribs, brick .spring-housof the State. Mr. Straus the all comparatively new. Besides all says retailershas been planned ti reach The Tartar Chapel, on the Grady- that.it jvllle Charge, will be dedicated by S. .JoncU of old buildinga. There are every dealer in Kentucky, but that G Shelley on the 3rd Sunday in this dixire iiuf Idings on this place than any may be a few who have not resther farm in the county. There is theie personal invitations tobe month. Services at 11 o'clock A. M. k immense orchard, different kinds ceived Revival meeting at Milltown conpresent, and he is anxious to have it of fruit. The farm is well watered. understood that all will be welcome. ducted by Eld. Z. T. Williams, as 'Terms of sale are as follows; The sistea oy mia. jjucner xoung, ciosea The purpose of the meeting 1s for heme tract;, will be sold for Wednesday night. There were 9 urgent last 4sh, and the remainder on two years the discussion of the vital and additions to the congregation. Eld. problems of reconstruction as they are time, interest from date. The Williams commenced a meeting at of the land will be sold for appearing larger and more important Cane Yalley Sunday. He is assisted cash, the remainder on day by day, and it is announced that by Eld. A. H. Baugh. The meeting wo years time, to be carried one year speakers will be on hand to discuss the will continue two weeks. various questions at issue and offer ijwthout interest. Mr. Sam-R- . Duvall is now employed. valuable suggestions. Talks on im1$. J. S. Breeding, Auctioneer. proving methods of merchandising, t?y the Government and up to SeptemCall on the Auctioneer for further credit systems, etc., are also on the ber 8th, he worked In an Indian Land information, Office at Mission, South Dakota. On program. 6 jftigusb 23, 1919. JU Arrangements for reaching the Pair that date he commenced teaching. week two hnnd- - Grounds havb been completed so that His residence is furnished and no :2Jy the last of this brick1 && thousand will be ia" should the street car service be crip- eharge is made by the government. , s Pakeson!s Kliii, and pled because of the strike, mdtur vefiutchinson & who was the i Mrs. Ljrfa Bryant, She lire will start the first of next hicles will be available. fvife of Henry Bryant, died on the eek. As soon as the brick are burned farm of Mr. R R. Moss, a few miles the Kiln cools, the old. building Tobacco Land for Sale. from Columbia, last Monday night. thej are doing business, will be razed. ! Sherman Harvy, forty-fir- e years 2G0 acres of cood Burley tobacco old, killed himself at Russell Springs &In every heme where, there are land for Sale. It is 9 miles from Monday morning' by taking car SMldren there should be a bottle of namnbellsville. in Taylor county. It last WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. will be sold in lots of 50 acres or more. bolio acid. Address destroys worms aad acts as a tonic Lorea Womack and a Miss Folley Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, the dsblliteUit syatm, Sold by. were married near Webbs x roads ooe '"Adv '44-tCtbellsvillel'J.day last wee.. 'fuMfitag Co. , r, tool-hous- e, two-room e, miles from located at Columbia, Adair County. It is to Stores. Churches and Schools, Store and Postoffice on the JTarm. The Heirs of the late Nathan Murrwll will sell to the highest and fcest bidder on Saturday, Sept., 20, 1919, on the premises, the following described property: First, the merchantable timber of about 300 acres, estimated to be more than 1,000,000 ieeb of .Poplar, White Oak and Red Cray Craft, 5 con-jveaient An important conference of the merchants of Kentucky, repre. senting every line of business, will be, held at the State Fair on Thursday September 11th., and from the information at present available, it will be a largely attended gathering. ed with flowers, By hands that are beautifully fair. The good women of England, Belgium The conference has been arranged under tbe direction of the Retailers and France Will deem it the richestof joys To sod and to flower the graves of by Zion School and observation and these lads, discussion by teachers. Question for Our splendid Americanboys. debate Resolved that the Adair Elbert Wooten .County Schools should be consoli Weed, Ky. dated. We sell a well gotten up oilJGas, and Cathreen Willis, Secy mineral lease for 32.50 per hundred A special to the Louisville Herald from Campbellsville says: This little city may spring the next world's champion heavyweight fighter Jonto the public. The promising heavy is Nick Shaw, a gint. Nick is 6 feet, 7 Inches high andweighs? 210 pounds. Experienced trainers have taken him in charge and expect to make a whirlwind out of him. Leslie Epperson, who left Columbia September, 1917, in the service of Uncle Sam, and who sailed for Franco in June following, and has been in the Army of Occupation in Germany since the Armistice was signed, returned to his home at Chenoa, III., last week. An infant child of Mr. andQMrs. George Curry, Cane Valley, died last Sunday. For further information, write to Miss Susan B. Merwin, Superintendent, Kentucky School for the Blind, Louisville, Kentucky. Montpelier. I There are several tobacco crops in this section that are extra good and as the tobacco crop is something like 50 per cent short, the growers are expecting a good rake-of- f when time comes to market. who has been in poor health for some time, went to Louisville for treatment a few weeks ago. We are glad to report that she ha3 returned very much improved. Mrs. J. P. Clayton, one-thir- d .oae-fourt- h Free Education for Sightless. The pie supper and watermelon sale at Kainfall school house on the night of the 4th was a success. The affair netted a sum of $21. Mr. Everett Petty bought one day last week the farm in the Gadberry vicinity known a3 the Auby Hurt farm for $4500. Messrs. Andy and Herschel Coffey bought last week of Mrs. 44-4- fd ft it f. In line with other progressive States, Kentucky is doinglits part for the education and industrial improvement of its sightless children, and maintains at public expense the Kentucky School for the Blind, at Louisville, which ranks among the best of such institutions in this country and is recognized the world over for the high standard it has attained for over of a century of its existence, it being a pioneer in the work of educating the blind. , From the kindergarten to the graduating claw, the same high three-quarte- rs had To get a child into the School lh it is only necessary to write to north of Montpelier. This is one the Superintendent of the School, the name of .the child and its age, the name of its parents and their e address, and to state Whether the child has a sound mind and is free from disease. post-offic- Otha Pelley, her farm miles of the best farms in this section. The price is private but we understand that a handsome price was paid. Mr. W. G. Aaron has gone to infor- Eddyville, Ky., where he has a mation, am application blank will position in the public schools of XJpon receipt of such be gladly furnished. that city. There is no charge'for 'board Mr. L. E. Hayes and fa mily, or tuition; and if the child is destitute, railroad fare and clothing of Carlsbad,. N. M., .are visiting will be furnished if a certificate relatives here. County. is received from th -- Judge stating this fact. ' -- i I The News. $.50 nd$2.00 ," ! .'J K