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On account of pressing business a Frankfort, Gov Black could not fill a speakers appointment he had with the Louisville Optomist Club, last Tues day. Former Attorney General James Garnett, a personal friend of the Governor, was present and represented him. Chairman O. M. Phillips Intro-duce- d Mr. Garnett, saying that he is a man in all human probability who will later be a Governor of Kentucky. "He nas b fche Umber in him and knows how to use it ," said Mr. Phillips. Mr. Garnett then spoke with refer ence t tne illiteracy campaign, in dorsed that project for the reason that since 1914. when 20 per cent of all adult Persons in Kentucky could neither read nor write, there has been an appreciable improvement in the illiteracy condition in this State. It is up to the fortunate people who have had the advantages of education to help those people who are incapable of enjoying the full privileges of life, he said. Mr. Garnett told of the campaign as embodied in the "moonlight school" movement telling of the work of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, foander of the system. Contributions to this cause should be made gladly and liberally, he said. The same was said of the campaign to begin next week, to erect a memorial on the TJnlversit of Kentucky campus, at Lexington. "The memorial," Gen. Garnett said, is to do honor to the 2,600 Kentuckians who gave their lives in heroic fashen, in their endeavor to sustain for us the liberty we enjoy." The campaign is for $300,000 in Kentucky. Louisville and Jefferson county are asked to raise $60,000 anti-illlteracy COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEBffESDAY, SEPT.. 17, 1919. UVCTEmmic chaatiwp miJiLiuuuj Jiiuuimu. JshB F. Neit, Near Fair . .... Lucien FACTS An Attractive Ceuntry. -- Died at Middlesboro. FRtD AUSTIN. In Hsnor Reve- if Chester. In-hon- Sells GodS, 1 , firen.rfc i(W9k uVMnMd, Wh9 Irtckmai. EXAMINING Mr. W. 12. Morgan, of AmandavlUed Mrs Wattle Curd, the beloved wife He was in Columbia last Thursday. He of Dc.tr. H. Curd," died at her late returned from West Point, Hiss., sev-er- Home, Middlesboro, Ky., on Thursday, daysbefore he came to Columbia. Seetesober 11th, at 4:30 p. m. Her al is Mortally Woundedlby nue Officers, in Russell County. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Price gave a. social last Wednesday night, of their nephew, Mr. Chester Scalf, " T8 CAME OuTAT TRIAL. The people of Columbia were greatly surprised, last Tuesday afternoon, &hotlt 4 nV.1np.fr. whpn t.hn no too cnraaH over town that John F. Neat had shot Lucien Brockman. Mr. Neat conducts a general store near the Fair Grounds, and about 4 o clock in the afternoon on day men v.q tinned. Mr. Ttrnnimmn rone nacct store, driving a team hooked to a wag- on. Two or three small girls, who were returning homefrom school, were in the wagon with Brockman. About the time they were passing the store Mr. Neat stepped out in the xoad with a double barreled shot gun In hand. He fired, the contents entering Brockman'a left thigh, passing through it, making agashly wound. Several doctors were called, Dr. being the first to reach the scene. The wounded man was car; ried to the home cf Mr. Mullinix where the doctor attended him. Mr. Brockman states that he knows no reason for the shooting , that he did not know Mr. Neat had any grudge against, him. Mr. Neat has not given out any statement for publication, and why he perpetrated the deed will not come out until the day of the examining trial. As a matter of course, there is a reason for the shooting, and the public should not spend opinion unti the facts are given before the Court. If Brockman improves rapidly the trial will likely be called in a few days He has been "carried to the home of his brother-in-laMr. E. A. McKin-ley- . Cart-wright He says the land down there has not been .misrepresented , that it is level and very productive, and a desirable place to live. He had a letter from Mr. C S. Harris since he reached home stating that Mr. J. A. English, of this place, had bought 240 acres, but he had forgotten the consideration. We take it that this deal means that Columbia will lose Mr. English. Mr. Morgan states that R. K. Young is in the swim, making money. We asked Mr. Morgan if he would return and. he said: "I can not tell at this time, but I " have the fever." An refrains were conveyed to Louisville and deposited in Cave Hill cemetery. Her maiden name was Moses and reared in Louisville. Immediately after her marriage to Dr. Curd she became a resident of Columbia, re maining here until her husband decided to locate in Middlesboro. She was a zealous member of the Baptist Church, taking a great interest in the affairs of the organization. Her many Columbia friends feel for the sorrowing husband. She left no children Revenue officers, headed by C. L. Winfrey and Sheriff H. C. Sullivan, made a rade on a moonshine still last Sunday night which was being operated by Fred Austin near Decatur, in said County. There were two unknown men at the still with Austin and they resisted the officers, a number of shots being fired which were the cheapest and best underwear poured out. returned by the rading party. A ustin was mortal'y woiinded and can live but a short time. The officers escaped unhurt. It was an eighty gallon still which was destroyed, and the singling of Louisville. About thirty young people put In their appearance, spend ? ing three or fours hoars very delightfully. Chester was in France and did service in several battles, and he says while the Germans entertained steam-l- y, it is much pleasanter, and a great deal safer, to be in company with x bunch of Americans girls whose smiles are familiar, and whose graces take first rank over their foreign cousins, It matters not the country they owe their allegiance. Coming Birthday. elegant line of Ladies' dress can be found at Goff Bros. goods, just received at Goff Bros. Will Meet Next Wednesday. Columbia Chapter Elects Officers. Information Wanted. The following note from Akron, Ohio, was received by N. T. Mercer, Post Master at Columbia, Ky. If relatives are found they can first communicate with Mr. Mercer: Dear Sir: Will you please give .me the address o( any people in your district, who might be related to Dallas Pike? He was employed by this Company and died March 31, 1919. Very truly yours D. B Lone, M. D. Director, Dept. of Health, The B. F. Goodrich Company. M M. P. Notice. there will be a worker's conference for the Baptist 875,000,000 Campaign at the Baptist Church in Columbia. The meeting will bsgin at 3 p. m , .with a conference. At 6:30 o'clock the ladies of the church will serve a banquet to ail the visitors present, after which a program will be given. The night service will be open to the public and all are cordially invited to attead. The following churches are asked to send representatives to CoMt. Gilead, Zion, Columbia, East Fork, Milltown, Red Lick, Society Hill, Big Creek, Charity, Pierce's Chapel, Price's Creek, Cane Valley, Gradyyille, Harrods' Fork, Good Hope, Pink Ridge and Leather- wood The members of the Rantisf-- . church here will entertain the visitors in their homes. ' Died lumbia: On Thursday, Sept. 25th, county. There will be many changes officers were elected and installed for and who will preach for the Church ensuing year. here the coming year, can not be told Horace Jeffries, High Priest. at though many believe and James Trlplett, King, hope that Rev. R. Y. Bennett will be B. F. Chewning, Scribe. returned. Rev S. G. Shelley, who has Edgar W. Reed, Secretary. been an untiring Presiding Elder of J. R. Garnett, Treasurer. the Columbia District for four years, Geo. R. Mcaiahan, C of H. will be changed. He may be given J. E. Murrell. P. Sojourner. another district or he may be located Sam Lewis, R. A. Captain. as a pastor can not tell. Heisamosfc J. T. Goodmun, M. of 3rd V. excellent Christian gentleman and has W. R. Myers, M. of 2nd V. done a'splendid work in the district F. H. Durham, M. of 1st V. and his influence will be greatly missG. A. Smith, Sentinel. ed. Mrs. Shelley is also a Church and mission .worker, a fine lady and she Farm for Sale. will leave many warm fjiends in Columbia. My farm, containing about 100 acres, lying near Glensfork. It is in a good The manvho bought some window sash.at Barger Bros., on August 28bh, state of cultivatlon,and some of it very and gave anunsigned check, thinking fine tobacco land. 25 acres in timber he had signed it, will please call and and the farm is well watered. A five room dwelling, and a large new barn. make it good. Lawrence Wilkerson, An Elderly Picnic. Glensfork, Ky. this-fcime,. Next Wednesday, one week from At the regular convocation of Cothe date of this paper, the Louisville lumbia Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, Conference will meet in Elkton, Todd held last Friday night, the following Next Sunday will be the birthday of Mr. A. G. Todd, this place. He has Farms for Sale. been teaching a Sunday-Schoclass at the Christian church for a number 120 acres; 82,000 worth timber, 90 of years, and on next Sunday he wants acres in cultivation. Just rolling to see all the pupils he is teaching in enough to drain well. Lime soil, his present class and those that he frame house, barn 48x48; all formerly taught at the Sunday-schoo- l necessary outbuildings and cellar. hour. We hope they will all atten- dEntire farm fenced in fields, mostly with woven wire. "Listen." Fine grain, stock and dairy farm. 18,500. Palmollve soap 10 cents, 3 cakes for 100 acres, 55 acres in cultivation, 45 29c. Palmolive Toilet waters, Tal acres timber; on mail route. Level to cums, Face Powders, Lip Ronge, etc. ol 10-ac- re 48-inc- h rolling. Limestone soil. barn 36x44, with sheds, fence; 18 acres corn, that 50 bushels per acre will go farm if bought before it is house, 47-2- t Russell & Co. Pie Supper. all under will make with this harvested. At Pleasant Grove school house next Friday night. An old time cake 87,500 We have numerous other farms for for the sorriest soldier who went across the sea. sale. Write us for information. Harvey, Fisher, Pate Co. Last week Rey. J. S. Chandler unitGeorgetown or Crandall, Ind. ed inmarriage Miss Mary Moody, an at 47 3t tractive daughter of Mr. G. A. Moody, Teachers Want Higher Salaries. Hatcher, Taylor County, and Mr. James Hays, a worthy young man of Craycraf t, Adair County. The groom served In the Navy. They will reside at Craycraf t. Good Farm for Sale. Fifty or sixty ladies, the greater it White t Oak. I Perhaps more farm have changed matory rheumatism. A large number hands in Adair County m the last six of friends and relatives attended the or eight weeks than ever before funeral. known in the same length of time. Rev. B. T. Watson rwlll not reach They are bringing good prices. One home in time for servicesj at TTninn small farm of only 33 acres sold a next Sunday, but will have an all day week of ted days ago for 33,000. ' service 1st Sunday in October. Fall Tailoring Opening. Rev. J. S. Ray, of the Russell Creek BJ let Of Work Skirts pfkes . right Baptist Association, "delivered two September I9th and '20th'. 'You are ' at Goff Bros. discourses here last Sunday, morning cordially invited to attend'. ? I -- isauey, wno was about fifty- one years old, died at the home of his rather, near White Oak Church last . ... Trrj rreuuesuay. An nau .Deen an invalid ne , j for several years, a victim of inflam- -J -- n. li. The Fiscal Court of Adair County will meet next month. An order should be made to have the roof of the court house painted, and there are some work on the inside that should be done. In fact, all the plastering, which has begun to fall off the ceiling of the court room, should be knocked off and a metal ceiling put on j.u, io nnlD ic uuijr .nl.:A u. quesuuu oi ..i time when persons are going to get hurt in that court room, by falling plaster, if SOmethinp- Is nrif. rinno tn nranonf - ww w o .Ituu 1U. If-- At- - If you want an overall that will do . -- ,., at nnff Rrne "" number being elderly, met by invitation of.Mrs. J. N. Coffey, on her lawn, near 'the big spring, at her residence last Thursday afternoon and enjoyed an old time picnic. Quite a number of the younger matrons of the town also answered to invitations. They did themselves proud by spreading the viands, consisting of everything choice to eat and also by waiting upon their older sisters. All who attended peak of it as being a most enjoyable House and Lot for Sale. affair, one that will not be forgotten. While the picnic was in progress Mrs. Coffey's Victrola was kept busy rendI have a six room cottage, in Russell Heights, Columbia, Ky.. for sale. ing enchanting music. good well of water, all neThere is a For Rent. e cessary out buildings; and a new in' that will hold, two cars. For Some very best wheat land on formation apply or write me. Trabue farm. Barney Rasner. Mr. Anderson.Murrell returned from i Colombia, Ky. f. Aberdeen, Miss., Thursday night where his father and brothel:, "Alexan Adair' County Tobacco takes more der, live- - A few months ago Alexan I premiums, at State Fair, than any der bought 320 acres of land dying other county in the State. J. T. near Aberdeen for which he' paid $80 Johnson, of Cane "Valley, took first on per acre. He now refuses to take $125 Dark: Tobacco T.J.Smith, of Cane per acre. Anderson--say- s it is the Valley, took first on bright trash, finest counfy he ever saw. - Aberdeen first on bright--, leaf, and second on is only a short distance from West cigarette wrappers and on sweepPoint where Mr C. S. Harris is stakes. located. e. well-knoww Miss Burton Phillips, of Lebanon, a young lady known to a number of Columbians, and Mr. John Boiling, a prominent insurance man, were married, a few days ago, in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Lou's-villTho bride and groom are both prominently connected, Mrs. Boiling n being a member of the Phillips family of Marion couuty, and the groom is a cousin of ;Mrs Wood-roWilson. Declaring, present salaries insufficient to meet the high cost of living,. 200 teachers of the Lexington city schools have appealed to the Board of Education for an immediate increase in their pay of at least S20 per month. Present salaries for grade and high school teachers range from S55 to $90, while principals get from 31,200 to $2, 000 per annum. No strike is threatened, but teachers declare a raise is imperative. The board says no funds are available until after January 1. 'Are You Waiting?" a farm containing 1331 acres, miles from Columbia, on the headwaters of Burns Creek. It is limestone land and produces well. Plenty of cold water for man and beasts About 30 acres in timber, poplar, white oak, walnut and chestnut. X have a bargain for a purchaser. E. G. McGinnis, Falrplay, Ky., It. 10 I have 47-2f- cently gave a garden party at Shawnee coats, . coat suits, dresses, Park in honor of Mrs. C. O. Moss, of skirts, Blouses, we've got 'em at Grady ville, and Mrs. R. D. Moss, of correct prices. Quite a number of Greensburg. c Russell & Co. prominent ladies were invittd and the occasion proved delightful. Public Sale. Ladies If you want the correct thing in Mrs. H. A. Moss, of Louisville, re- gar-rag- 47-t- ''"" -- For Sale y ) eow asd calf 'f or. sale. t. Dr. Mr. W, A'. W.'Fl-Cartwiig'h- 2t and evening. Fair congregations were Mr. Gus Dunbar;' 'who 'Hve '"near J "' out to hear'tfim. Knifley, was in town"las'6 Wednesday. He reported that the cropSln his sec Lawrence Antle, who left here sevtion were very good, but at the present eral years ago, with his father, for Tain was needed. He said the corn Illinois, is in a low'state of health," crop on Green river was much better and for some weeks has been In a than It was last year, and also the corn sanitoriumlhSpringfieldJ III." ' en uplands. Mr.- W. T Price has irorchusea" the Mr. Joe S. Knlfly, assistant cashier barber shop owned by Sullivan & of the Bank 'at Colnnibia, sold his Mauplri and He Is ndwltf "charge. He restfMce with stfred'&res of ground is a' first-clasbarber!' ri1,y ' 6ttehed,to Mr. Finis Phelps, the SmC of J&st ;Mk. Consideration, a Lucien EJrbckmaaj.'wno was recently1 we are informed. t4,'00b. possession v . . Mew w aeiu lo&ifpajn. em given la a hhki w proving. ww - s ?u .work is completed. in'formed'""hls,parentstjhafi it couki.be, bft4n Columhia'nexl. Saturday, as the removed by an. operafclqnfrom. ,the SuperiaUodenb will pay them on that Mr Sam Burdette has about comBori to the wife ef Athw Lpy,, ; back and It will likely be done soon. day. pleted his barn. It te the largest one September 11, J9W, asoBr,.-yte' -' I An infant child of .HenryjBryan, thsctlon,affordtae; ample room nnnndfl. f.SaperinrndWfcLey: states thathe - vI6kl dfed Be: sera lUd 1 I Tw . A. ' ftettn'tt-ibMother. v1j. deoTeotflycedil Saturday; rt jr. SX. iJt W Garnett, who perhaps is Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sinclair and the owner of the most valuable farm their son, Stanley, went to" Louis vi He in Adair county, had in forty acres in last week. Stanley has'been afflicted' co'fcn The fortv acres is upland and Friday' that he had a Messrs. W.t C. Murrell and J. A. for some time, and while in trie city he stated last a specialist .examined him, using the splendid crop, and that corn was good Willis are now remodeling Mr. W, G. McKinley's residence. It will look An abces3 was found oh the throughout the'Glensfork country. like a new dwelling when the present back bf hls'right lung;,; .Tjje specialist 'Many teachers of the County will .t,i v ,Albin Hurray.-.- , On Tuesday, the 30th day of September, 1919, we will sell to the highest bidder, the farm known as the Jennie Smith farm, lying near Cane Valley, on the upper Greensburgroad, containing 101J acres,, more or less. On it is a good dwelling and ali necessary outbuildings, very good orchard and splendid water. This farm is 31 miles from Columbia, and produces well. Will: also sell one buggy and harness, seven stacks of hay, 13 head of cattle, all young except one milch cow. In the lot there are 9 steers. 9 head of .sheep, 2 horses, 1 mule, 3 years old. This Bale will take place on the farm, and terms' of sale will be made known on day of sale, which will commence at 10 a. m. C. H,. Squires, J. P Cundiff, B. C Hancockf Representing the Heirs. Three Jersey cows for sale. J , It. ' ' Mrs. A. H. Ballard. Columbia. Ky." Ellis Workman, a native of Green county, who has been a very efficient deputy United States Marshal for six; years, has been promoted. .He is now Chief Dlvlsjcn Deputy, headquarters Louisville, j A You "Hit the Bullseyes." When yoa buy one of our stylish Hats or Cap's for men and young men. ' 47-Russell & Co. 2t The pie supper at Garlin, lastFriday night, was largely attended and pie sold high. TA afforded a very happy time for all who attended. Pie Supper, DlsftppolntmentSeptera ber 19th. Everybody v Invited- - Th proceeds to go for the relief of the suffering Armenians. Mr. Sara . . 4 ex-ra- y. Burdette was in the Blue Grass section last week buying mute for his BurkeSTille sale which will be Saturday, the 20th. inet. "!l- - ToeedajiBightnjBfrbei s Ibereadytoijwnttr V .- . t v hf ii i.;kRC .Mr . A. i q-m- -mi "2 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS wi t y- nm in in xuisseu euuuty, .lucu m Adair), which seemed to oe pretCOUNTY. ty well filled with women and children. He took a position op .estJohncavroeIsteele. posite to the door of the cabin, sang a hymn, read a chapter of No. 32. the Holy Scriptures, prayed, and then delivered a sermon. THE HARPES. Among his auditors was a very CfcL Daniel Trabue, the father remarkable appearing man, who saaaftae victim of the Harpes, was intently gazed upon prominent citizen of stood and sse hie was a very jfibSsureounty. He was a soldier the preacher, very high large man with -fe5&evolution and for many forehead, and with an uncommon 2fcor.si member of the Adair width between the eyes. His .dcx'jizfcycoart and wa, also, a eye balls were large and showed the county. The Tra- w unusual amount of white. taE&fteoniy was a very prominent an F-wore no head gear of any rimtvsL the county for several heavy and kind; his sf.si.efore its formation and unkempt, hair was had neither and he years thereafter uasany nor moccasins upon his "MAssm brothers of ''the family shoes ,2otztx3d three sisters of the Has--- feet. If the preacher had not rough Samily, at Camp Knox, in been accustomed to the H. men of the frontier, he would 4.S sam: county. Chasteen steadTt-ehusa noted divine in the have been alarmed at the and the remarkI of the county and iness of the gaze able physiognomy of the man. ml : grandfather of the present While he was delivering the A r.tgegL'&. H. Trabue, of Louis- t sras a member of "this fam-a- sermon, he observed the tears to trickle down the checks of the 'Ctee mother of the conlawyers, George Alfred man. The preacher was one, Jk&2I, Isaac Caldwell and vinced, that he washimself,who in 3 usci Caldwell, was a daughter had distinguishedmade inquiries I If some way, and j cfee .same Trabue family. Tfce &arpes, after the murder in rpgard to him and learned brother-in-laof of t pacing Trabue, went across that he was a lLj&r50unty to the westward, Big Harpe, and had formerly been one of his associates and ! ?sen in a remote part of j&e scanty, at that time, and had participated in many a desperate enterprise with him. jaifizaog; the hills at the headwat-ec- a o die East Fork of Little The preacher does not relate JEFtcsaz riyer, they killed a cal', whether the man had married aaca.ehe skins of which, they the sister of the Harpes or wives of Big s for themselves whether one of the Harpe was his sister. The Rev. tfl&5C3e their old moccasins Young preached at the same ground. y&sm the Harpes arrived near cabin frequently afterward, and brother-in-laof Big Harpe sfcf Sozth Fork of Little Barren the KVr. - what is now Metcalfe was persuaded to and did become irssvsa .ccwjcSji ei.J some miles above a zealous Christian. The preacher furnished him with a spelling s&5Gs ofoie town of a man, whose book and with the aid of his soon became able to 2iao2fl.5as .Dcoley. This occur-rfc- wife, he glace, which was after-wzx- read and to write and became part of Adair county. the class leader, in the church, was organized at the TJfloe eastern part of Metcalfe which Young. The 4tieKffi&, from a point near to, place by the Rev. Srufieeec of 'Edmonton, was a man had his hair trimmed, proQatz3s:jst Adair county, from cured himself a hat, and wore very respectable thereafter i83Xijailj-iLcreation of clothes, and the last the preach "in 1860. Birds Have Rignt of Way, Jl is tfioaght by some that the er knew of him, he was continu- been committed by the Harpes, counties, Adair, Metcalfe and Program of Teachers' Associa- ing in the ways of a Christian and if the murder of Barren, 'Hacpes at the time they near this time, has been often ever occurred it was tion. aroove named, man. The preacher, doubtless, Fowls have the right of way in retated. It is to the effect, that the infant in his consideration for the man, at a later period. reggtyftrftking a progress from air, warns the director of mill-- 1 thev met a lone woman, who his account of it, does not iniKassaLixounty through Adair to in tary aeronautics. This is justice Division No. 1 will meet at To Be Continued. bearing in her arms her long was Cane Valley, on Friday Oct. 3. ;t&2.sasxtli of Green river, as they give his name and he has indeed, since birds flew first. child. They took forcible Swellings of the flesh caused by in forgotten as a kins fant FORENOON. fw.SefeiosFn at one time to have since been But this is not all. Recently possession of her and mounted flammation, cold, fractures of the man of the Harpes, in Russell Devotional exercise Bro. Lee. fbasaiiriJuasellounty, but they her upon the horse behind the bone, toothache neuralgia or rheu- many towns along the Atlantic county. Roll nail. ..eafieoaS Adair county, at the saddle of one of them. The matism can be relieved by applying coast have been visited with dead The Harpes made their way Demonstrative work in primary dztne mentioned, through Green cried and the Harpes be- BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. of the child annoyed at its crying, It should be well rubbed in over the bird showers. Aviators flying by reading Miss Maranda Williams. (dir Xsykir county, as Henry from the scene coming pare affected Its great healing and a town would see a flock of wild JSHa&zsSj, who ismentioned above, murder of Dooley, through the Demonstrative work in lanBig Harpe took it by the heels penetrating power eases the pain, present counties of Metcalfe and fowl coming their way. They guageMiss Agnes Conover. yrcs.a.c&xz;en of Gpeen county dashed out its brains against reduces swelling and restores natural Barren, to the locality of Big and would set their machine guns Demonstrative work in fifth aaf&Ktid therein when a very a tree which stood beside the conditions Sold by Paull Drug Co. in a northwest diBarren river, and sixth , grades geography and let the bullets fly. Adv road. The truth of this circumTZoswrer, the Harpes were in rection from the present city of stance is based upon tradition, Presently a prominent citizen Mrs. R. S. English. Great Faith in Prayer. Demonstrative work in adTfia5s&caimty, probably in the Bowling Green, and on their and is doubtless mixed with an way, either in the western por Little Edward, like other smal walking below would be hit with vanced history J. L. Hatfield. Sresr J799 upon their second other tradition, which relates boys, wanted a bicycle, and hav a large bloody bird. He comRound table discussion of demShe .state. Upon their tion of Adair county or in the that it was Big Harpe's own ing great faith in the efficacy of plained to eastern portion of Metcalfe coun department of onstrative work. the tsetsctodLcooring into the state, child, which he killed, by dashprayer, he had prayed the Lord agriculture. Then the federal ty, for no assignable reason, How we can best arouse pajfcfees' nUiPed from Tennessee, ing its brains out against a tree, to send him one. His parents, migratory bird'lawj they mercilessly slew a helpless r&Ggt'ttze Stockton Valley, .in between the triotism in the rural school-P- rof. annoyed him wjth its thinking him to young for a bicygirl, whom they met upon because it A. P. Prather. 4Cffi6iavCounty- - The reason for little United States and Great Britian crying. At the time, however, History has not pre cle, bought him a tricycle, and NOON. fikr&eing in Russell county, at the road the Harpes slew young served nor does tradition reveal when Dooley and Stump and then waited with expectancy to was referred to, and it was Music by Cane Valley Band. "CKce mentioned, may be Trabue, found that shooting birds from xSosmEria the fact, that in the the name of this hapless child, the little girl above mentioned, see what he would say when he Lecture by Hon. Jas Garnett. ruthlessly sacrificed discovered that his prayer had airplanes is unlawful. sriaKr 02, a 'brother-in-laof who was so accompanied by they were not J. L. Hatfield, Pres answered. As his eyes iB5& 01 ccpe resided in that coun- to the murderous instincts of their wives, and if Big Harpe been SURGEONS agree that in cises of lighted on it he threw up his Maranda Williams, V. P. monsters, in human form. Cuts, Burns. Bruises and Wounds, ts'- Hess not now known when these destroyed the life of his own in- hands in disgust and cried: Annie Farris, Sec. fcae&iiLscisn of the Harpes took Also on the way, they came in fant child, it was upon some 'Oh, Lord, dont you know the the FIRST TREATMENT is most su&Os residence in Russell, but contact with an unsuspecting other occasion. The Harpes up- difference between a bicycle and important. When an EFFICIENT When the bowels feel uncomfortaantiseptic is applied promptly, there Jfcacaafc improbable, hat he was man, whose name was Stump, on the journey from the Dan a tricycle?" ble and you miss the exhilarating is no danger of infection and the and who had just fired upon and feeling that always follows a copious jXismBme tfeere at the time the turkey. They shot ville jail to the place where they For the stomach and bowels disor- wound begins to heal at once. For morning operation, a dose of HER. jiTTfiiii' ee there in 1799, and killed a wild use on mau or beast, BOROZONE is Stump seem to have ders of babies McGEE'S BABY ELIXBINE will set you right in a couple doubtless seeking and killed Stump and took his murdered r JiktF IR is a remedy of genuine merit. It the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and! of hours If taken at bedtime yoa mtfahim. The Rev. Ja- - gun, which was an excellent one. been upon foot. On this jour- acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and HEALING AGENT. Buy ib now get its beneficial' effect after breakAnother' act, in the drama of ney, they came from the Rolling pleasant to take. Sold bj Paull and be ready for1 an emergency. Sold an- itinerant Metho- fast next "day." Sold by Paull Drag Ad? Ad?. by Paull Drag Co. relates that an the murder and outrage, said to have Fork, through Taylor andu!6ren Drug Co. Co. Ad? TES ON ADAIR ,w 18o2. he ?proa:hed (MlBKISHRHIHm0ffi8BRHK !!MMMMlMiM i BIG LOT OF eg CLOTHING, m .9&:f -- m if; & , -- am now receiving and offering to the public an immense line of and m-&- T. dis.tin-jptv&skt- sd CLOTHING, SHOES Which DRY GOODS -- -- w you want a suit, am selling at the shortest profits. or a fitting pair shoes, call at my store. -- For Nice Dress Goods, the Ladies Should not Miss my Place of Business. .srruad52.-cHGccasin- up-4Qih- & w .- Edmon-jtw&cevurder- ed WOODSON 2t LEWIS a. GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. e & IsiWimiisMffiM! m nmmmmmmmmmA commit-s&sdrSSseonarde- rB, -- fto -- it w -- . -- - V ' 'I l f I 377K- V THE ADAIR COTJNTY NEWS & LEA! 31 rtain ARES The Louisville LOUISVILLE- Trust Up 3i KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MUIior'.DoMarjr PRESIDENT IN OPENING SPEECHES OF TOUR VOICES HIGH HOPES. Acts asEsccutor. Administrator, Guardian. Agtnt; Comnilttec'hcd Trustse. aad as such in any County in tbe. State. Pays 3 per cent per Annum-oTime Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GUAY. Trea. A. G. STIT. s,w WORLD WAITS FOR US Future Free From War If America Carries Out Her Pledges, Says Executive. s OSC3Z3BS2?9( O eqajHnmF8 8 tdM0BgiH- - UNDERTAKER. 1 1 K4fwll&MWi Of all tlie tires that are made, Yhy do you suppose we News Bureau." "By Mr. Clonu-nSt. Louis (ypeelsil) U'splayinna hiuli in confidence that his fellow-citizeResidence Phone, 29. the great lfiajority agree with him In . J. F. TR1PLETT, hta desire to end war forever, and that they will sex to it that the peace treaty with its League of Nations Inclusion CTTKJryj5SlBGBg5gBEgae esn&zsgSGzmse is ratified by the Senate, President, a Wilson is making a successful across the country on the Ion:; journex he lias undertaken for the purpose 01 laying before the plain people a report of hi work in I'aris and explain- ill ing to them jitbt what the. League ill means. l n keep rn hands a full atoct- of coffin, caskets, and robe:. also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearsay. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or dy. - Office Phone, Coiumbi?, Ky 1 6S L a gremu j.ij.i g OxyAcetyiene Welding -- Royal Cord-No- bby' 'Chaix' 'VSco 'JVcta' We Voncli lot Them facilities, prefer to sell United States Tires? Because they are made by the biggest rubber company in the world. And they know how to build good tires. They have choice of materials, they have immense i they employ many exclusive ntfrods. They can, so to grease lengths in testing, improving? arid perfecting the things thzi make good tires.. We find it good business to sell United States Tires. And you will find in gco-- l business to ouy tnem. x.aey re here a tire for every nee& United States Ti are Good Tires We Know United States Tires are GOOD Tires That's Why We Sell Them. Sold By W. E. NOE and G. M. STEVENSON, COLUMBIA, KEFTUCKY. VERNON HOLT, Adlllf jamestown. Kentucky. kept in ignoranceSiinJthe future. Education will no longer be limit ed to the tender years of youth. Everybody will have a chance"to go to school." Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened and an election held in Egypt Voting Precinct, Xo. 14, on the regular election day, November 4th, 1919, to ascertain the will of the voters on the question as to whether or nob 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 lands in said precinct. Witness my hand this Septemher unin-close- d Education. j One of the main propositions in education and a question that is being discussed through-- ! out the civilized world today in : that of adult education, TiHroro PnmmiaQmn accord-- . j ing to Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart Chairman of the Kentucky nnA w. iginator of the moonlight school system of teaching persons to read and write who do not have an opportunity to learn in their childhood. England has made provision for her adult illiterates in the already which Fisher Bill, The has passed Parliament. American Federation of Labor has it in resolutions passed at the last meeting held in Atlantic Bill, City. "The Smith-Townnow pending in Congress, pro vides for the education of adults both native and foreign born, er 'and there is nothing more certain than that every man and woman in this country is going "The' world is moving fast. to have a chance to go to school," said Mrs. Stewart. We used to ride in stage coaches; "Some of the states already later in automobiles; now we are provide for a system of evening on the eve of airship travel. schools, and several states, have j Factories which used to run only state superintendents of evening in daytime now have two shifts schools. These states are simply and run both day and night. The in advance of the others. Every schools of the future will run state in the Union will soon eight hours a day; six hours for I each evening. This adds to the salary and enlarges the nseful- nesB of the teacher", said Mrs. Stewart. "The time is coming when men and women who did not finish common school in their youth will go to school at night and complete the grades. Those who cannot read and write will be compelled by law to go until they learn. Some adults will go for vocational training, some may go to high school as others in the larger cities have gone to night universities. "It used to be an idea that if one did not secure an education before 20 or 22 years of age, one must go through life without it The error of this opinion is being realized everywhere and now the prevailing opinion is that while it is better to secure an education in childhood, if anyone through misfortune fails to go to school in early life it should not prevent one's securing an education in later life. 2nd, 1919. Attest. S. C. Neat, Clerk, Adair 46 County Court. . 4t Fear of Mistakes. Do not let the fear of making mistakes tie your hands. Of course we will make mistakes. No' matter how excellent our purposes, it is inevitable that we should blunder. But every misstep should help to show us where the right path lies. Every mistake should teach its lessom And as long as our mistakes are growing less frequent and are not repeated, we should feei Girls' Companion. Benches For S?Ie. In the basement of this office there are a lot of church benches which are for sale. They are in Gno condition, made out of yellow poplar. There is a bargain for a committee who wants benches for a church or a public building. Call on J. P. Beard, Columbia, Ky. have the school building lighted at evening instead of being closed eighteen hours of the day. The public school teachers who no w teach six hours will hare employment two hours children, with the necessary recesses, and two' hours additional adults. at evening-fohere. "Adult education-Jt'- s No farmer or miner, no farmer's wife or household servant will be r travels he has everyThus far Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and jc" VMflT. where met with warm greetings, both W in the great halls wnere he has spoken III will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, broa formally and in the little cross-roa-hamlets where his train has halted at 111 times and he lias exchanged wordj m copper, and all other kinds of metal. with the villagers who pressed forward to trreet him. lie feels, and does Ill not hesitate to sny so when chatting 111 with his tra cling companions, that the American people want no more of war and want to become part of the 111 League o that there may be no more We'arefprepared to do all kinds of machine worlfc war. tw struct; ins Keynote wnen ne 111 said in his lir.st address, in Columbus, 111 matter how large or small. Ohio: "This treaty was not intended mere- 111 ly to end this single war. It is meant 111 as a notice to every government who in the future will attempt this thing W (what Germany attempted) that mankind will unite to inflict the same pun- 111 Welare fully equipped to do all.automobile and tracts ishment. There is no national triumph tij to be recorded in this treaty. There work and guarantee satisfaction on alll work. is no glory sought for any particular thought of the statesmen m nation. The collected around that table was of w their people, of the sufferings they had in gone through, of the losses they had & incurred, of that great throbbing heart S! .which was so depressed, so forlorn, so sad in every memory it had of the five Jj 8. Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile tragical years that have gone by. Let tjs never forget those years, my Ill Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery- .g ; let us never forget hfgli and disinterested, the purpose, with wliich America lent its strength, IIJ CAIYIPBELLSVILLE, - KENTUCKY not for its own glory but for the de- 111 )W fense of mankind. "As I said, this treaty was not In- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinininra tended merely to end this war. It was intended to prevent any similar war. I wonder if some of the opponents of Plans Air Tf&a. T R ildence Phone 13 B the League of Nations have forgotten the promises we made our people be Flight In Plane At Pair. fore we' went to that peace table. We by process of law the flower had taken of our youth from every countryside, from every household, and we told John Shell, 131 years old, of those mothers and fathers and sisters and wives and sweethearts that we Leslie county, the oldest man 'n DENTIST were taking those men to light a war which would end business of that sort, America, hasjjreceived an invitaOffice. Front rooms in JasfsJ 7B3&&P and if we do not end it, If we do not do the best that human concert of ac- tion to take a flight in an airtion can do to end it, we are of all to be flown by the Matting up' Stair- smen the most unfaithful the most un- plane faithful to the loving hearts who sufCompany. He is fered In this war, the most unfaithful - KesftsocliTs to those households bowed in grief and anxious to "go up" but "not too Columbla, yet lifted with the feeling that the lad laid down his life for a great thing, high". It is probable that it and, among other things, in order that will be arranged for him to "take other lads might never have to do the same thing. a small jump Deiore cne ween , "That i what the League of NaA-JJj.i-S2$v J ? tions is for to end this war justly is over, just so he can say that and then not merely to serve notice on .governments which could contemplate he had been in one. i the same thing Germany contemplated Veterinary Surgeon and Daiiiii- "Uncle" John is at the fair enthat they will do so at their peril, but also concerning the combination of deavoring to raise sufficient power which will prove to them that Special attention given Diaaaja'5G&i they will do It at their peril. It is money to pay off the mortgage ideal to say that the world 'will' comDomestic Animals bine against you; but Is It persuave on his small mountain farm. He to say the' world 'is' combined against you. The League of Nations Is the has received an invitation to at- Office at Residence, only thing that can prevent the recur- tend the Georgia State Fair at rence of this dreadful catastrophe and Jamestown. road redeem our promises." Atlanta, next wpek and meet A League of Nations would have children Phone 114 G.- prevented the late conflict, the Presi- the father of fifty-fodent asserted, explaining: "I did not meet a single public man who will be there. He probably Coliimbf.1,, who did not admit these things; that will accept. After the trip he Germany would not have gone Into this war if she thought Great Britain will return to his mountain home was going into it, and that she. most certainly would never have gone into and not leave there again, he it had sl'.e dreamed America was goins Into It. And they all admit that a na- announced. t tion before hand that the greatest powers of the world would combine to The aged citizen is looking forthis sort of thing would prevent KesatuarrcE-X- S ward to a visit from his fellow OFFICE 164. . it absolutely." Applause and cheers greeted each Second FlooiOFFICEh: countain, Sert. Willie Sandlin, t declaration of the President tha't be avoided In future by the op- Kentucky's greatest war hero, Corr Main and I.pot.,Si.t erations of the League. He pointed out other important fea who was with him last week at tures of the peace treaty how it was !.the ..redemption of weak nations, giv- the Fayette County Fair at Lex Localanrf laXsjr Am-v.aing them freedom which otherwise they never "ould have won ; how it i.igton. says "these people have a right to .live Congressman Charles F. Og-detheir own lives under governments which they themselves choose," and i who promised to take the how "that is the American principle was glad to light for it" that and I was the very hear! of the treaty, he first flight in the company's ma said. chine, probably will go up about He drew attention to the section of Used Yeiim the treaty which is a "magna charta of 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. A labor," which shall dispose of the hours, conditions and remunerations Curtiss plane arrived at the fair of labor. "It forecasts the day," ho said, "which outrht to have come long this morning. Aviator Mervin ago, when statesmen will realize that Headlev made the first flight no nation Is fortunate which Is not happy, whose people are not content- Louisville Times. ed, contented In their lives and? fortunate in the circumstances of thejr lives." Soft Drinks, Take- - Notice. ' In conclusion, the President said he felt certain tha treaty will be accepted, and was only Impatient of the deThe Woman' lay. He added: "Do you realize, my Wyatt Conover has bought Stanley that the whole world interest in the is waiting on America? The only Epperson's one-haSold Evry.wfrare country In the world 'that is trusted N&' soft drinks and ice cream stand and aJ , today is thd United States, and the world is waiting to see if Its trust U persons owing the firm are requested i justified." Mr. .Wilson's Indianapolis sneecfc to call and settle. Prom now on J Was, like ,the one at Columbus, an ex .planntjon of- the League, an appeal fo; Mr. Conover will Issue drinks and cream! Its ratification, and a prediction ths for the cash, strictly. It was sure to come into huiiia. The News $1.50 Sfitf in-li- is V W 1 58' AH Urades of Machine Work Auto and Tractor Repairing r Kearns Burkholder Machine ShB & ountrymen - W dr. j. n.. mmim, j yj Xj. T,,.. kJ -- rm5lB-oT3rDTt3B,aE- ur 37i- Dr. Elam. flaro:Si - pr-ve- nt war-migh- r. V--t - n, 4Q uA rlii lit Ik g fellow-citizen- s, lf - 4G-- 2t 4 ' , ..; r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Adair V- open at'Hopkinsville next Satur--' '' ; Pablished On Wednesdays. day. A big barbecue Is planned, and besides Governor Black and $1 Colam6ia, Kentucky- the other candidates for State J.E.'MURRELL, Editor. offices, several Democrats of Mob. national reputation will be presYU7S. DAISY HAMLBTT. ent. It is expected that many Dotocrttic pewgapei deroted to the Intereit willSbe fin attendance, ttheCItrof ColnrobUind th peopl of Adair thousand adjoining countlef. and everything points to a big day for , Kentucky Democrats. as second Entered at the Columba' It is now conceded by the oppo iss aal matter. site party that Gov. Black is the strongest man the Democratic WEB. SEPT. 17, 1919. party could have nominated, and that the subordinates named Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone fLSOperyer. with-himake up a splendid AH Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 perTycar All 8abscriptlpn due and Payable in Advance ticket. Post-offl-- ') The Lexington Leader, the leading Republican newspaper in II that section, thus admonishes the Republicans not to be too confident about the result of the fwUJ rv 1IIB SHr .v UeJ GPH Jm .rr election in November. 1 III I "If the Republicans of Kentucky haye an idea it will be comparative easy to defeat GovThe Ford Sedan is a car with refined appointments, ernor Black this fall, they may many conveniences, and with all the economy and satiswake up in the morning after faction characterized by Ford cars. It is a popular car the election to find that they junong women who drive. It meets every social demand, were sadly mistaken. every family want, every day of the year regardless of "But Judge Black was notthe weakest candidate in the Demo-crati- c weather. Equally useful in city or country, price $775; primary. He was never Coupe, $650; Runabout, 500; Touring Car, $525; Truck in the slightest danger of defeat Chassis, $590;. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. at the hands of Judge Carroll. Men who are Democrats He will poll in the general elecDEMORATIC TICKET. The parties listed below have signed i;p with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine afford to fail to vote the tion ten thousand more votes ticket because they dislike the FOR GOVERNOR Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. Therefore, they have been appoint- - , than Judge Carroll would have acts of some man who has been polled. JAMES D. BLACK; in office. The principles of the ed as regular service stations: Knox County. $.of "The Republican party manaDemocratic party do not change. gers can not afford to rest any F.OR LIEUT. GOVERNOR They have been the same for A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. hopes whateyer on presumptive" Wm. H. SHANKS, cens of a more than of Lincoln County. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. weaknesses of Judge Black. tury, and one hundred years There is fight enough in this FOR STATE AUDITOR 'from now men will say that they campaign to satisfy the most agHENRY M. BOSWORTH, CO., belong to the party of Jefferson gressive leader." Jessamine .of Fayette County. Incorporated and Jackson. Journal. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL CAMPBELLSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Prof. George Colvin, RepubliFRANK E. DAUGHERTY, Cane Valley. can candidate for State School of Nelson County. w Superintendent, spoke to an FOR SECRETARY OF STATE The band at this place has audience of one hundred and MAT S. COHEN, tvtii--. inimi jiiJ wiwymiimi Court-houstwenty-fiv- e on new life, and several taken in the of Fayette County. Monday. It was a manly, evenings in each week it makes FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS last gentlemanly, presentation, of his the welkin ring. JOHN A. GOODMAN, candidacy. While he is an arof Todd County, The health of this community COMMISSIONER' OF AGRICULTURE dent Republican, and stands for is fairly good. Squire W. E. the principles laid down in the Hancock, who has been on the JOHN W. NEWMAN, State Republican platform, he decline for several months, is of Woodford County. had not an abusive word to utter holding his own, and is able to FOR STATE TREASURE against the opposite party. He walk about his premises. He is ' HENRY F. TURNER,' is evidently making his fight a fine old gentleman, how eighty of Ballard County. being a years of age, and during all the FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION along educational lines, Waists, in Fancy school man of State reputation. many years he has resided in " L. E.FOSTER, Mr. Colvin was introduced by this community he has enjoyed of Christian County. SilKs. yi Mr. W. A. Coffey. FOE STATE SENATOR. the respect of everybody. 19th Senatorial District The crops in this Valley are J. R. GARNET1' A year ago this November the very good. There will be more of Adair County. Republicans somewhat surprised corn gathered this fall than in FOR MAGISTRATE themselves by carrying both the past year. Tobacco is not Magisterial District, 7th branches of Congress, and many so good and not as much cut as WALKER. H. A. of them quickly assumed that last year. New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. that meant that they could not A series of meetings will start soldier or civilian, in lose the coming Presidential No man, here soon. Feather-Tre- d Shoes. the past, received greater honor race. But tne ngnc Demg maae Mr. S. G. Banks, one of our than did Gen. John L. Pershing upon the peace treaty by Senator oldest citizens, the most familiar when he and his staff docked at Lodge and others is injuring the figure in all this country, comes Republican party very seriously. FURNITURE,' CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS.' Hoboken early on the morning over in town every few days. It It may be that the tide is on the is interesting to hear him tell of HUT of the 8th. As the ship came up turn. The Republicans had the Heavy the bay, guns roared a salute, cards after their success of last incidents that occured here many years ago in the days of Jack and thousands of persons lining November, but their representaBridgewater and Charley Massie. the shore of Long Island, Brook- tives in Congress are playing These two gentlemen were slave lyn and Manhattan shouted a them very badly. All that this holders, and in the summer, after PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. greeting thajt lasted for seme Congress has done is summed up working hours, the older darkies in the repeal of the tax on soda Phone No. 12. minutes. Secretary Baker made would meet, pick banjos, and water and of daylight saving. sing, while the younger set the speech of welcome. Gen Louisville Post. i.1 . - p- - '"" would jollify and dance to the party then Pershing and his Prices of food are coming music. 3' 1C boarded a patrol boat, crossing down in Louisville, by the work The watermelon crop was "a? the river to New York, where of the good women of the city. locality. In fact short in this he was again vociferously re If they are coming down in there has not been any real ceived. The name of Pershing Louisville, the country retailers good melons grown in this vicinwill have to mark down. wiirever be in the hearts of his ity since the days of John Banks, countrymen. Mr. Morrow opened his cam who was known to grow the paign at Pikeville last Monday largest in the county. His The State Fish Hatchery, near week and he has been speaking melons had white seed and red the Forks of Elkhorn, was es- every day since. In all probaNextjDooi toJThe" Adair County New Office. meat and they were exceedingly tablished in 1817. It has been bility he will speak at Columbia delicious. People grow melons profitable for propagating. Quite before the canvass closes. now by theory, but John Banks a number" of buildings have been grew them by planting seed at erected on the site, and quite a Judge A. R. Burman, formerly a Chief Justice of the Kentucky the proper time and constantly sum of money is required to Court of Appeals, and one of working the same. . keep them ud. Not a cent has the most noted Republicans in with her new home at this place. Weed. and unfair treatment. Befor The fiu scare is about over been derived from taxation. this State, died at Richmond There is a spelling at Big you condemn a boy, try to get here and business is moving The expense is kept up by the last Tuesday, aged 7& along in the same old way. Mr. Garnett Keltner and Miss Creek school house Friday night. his viewpoint, and then decide money received from hunters' Alvin Kosaon, your Rugby re- what you would do if you were Mr. W. H. Gill, who some Bessie Compton were ' happily The strike in Boston has been licenses. 0. alarming for the past week, time ago, bought land here, has most porter, was with us onp day last in his place with his surround Thursday. The young, active men of more so than in Louisville. The greatly improved his farm. In married last week. He had a nice line of ings and temptations. What is Sunday school at this place is fruit trees. county who are identified Police force started the stampede Adaft fact, he is a good farmer and he of men have been condemned as wicked in a boy's m m progressing fine. with the Democratic party and a number keeps everlastingly at work. shot down. There is no such thing as a conduct is often merely his misshould organize clubs, have a e There will be an all day singThere are a number ofresi-dence- s bad boy. The worst boy is prob- chievous spirit, which has taken regular time to meet and disIt i& said that the State Fair, and several .store build- ing and dinner on the ground, at cing tb party's interest The on account, of the street car ings in this place that could .'be Big Creek, the first Sunday in ably better than the beat man, tne wrong patn tnrougn and if Tightly treated will show meetings would g o a long way strike, lost $25,000. The lexhib-it- s greatly improved by theowners October. and laek of mature judgnoble traits of character that ' are said to have been! better toicartf learning the strength of " r liavinp; them repainted. .. . thaaafiVWtyeal'. Mrs. Caisie Wooten is pleased bare been shunted through' wrong ment , . irt ttta AAltnfv 4.1.,. Coarvtv hevtfs" kVrWa ThiriXfVafir namnniSaTftcrlll ENCOURAGING TO DEMOCRATS. mm nan gyinmrvirri iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiwTiiimjnmMamm i ti . ... m : ss UL. Vggrr 111 - , two-third- THE BUCHANANLYON i i mi 111 e, 4444444444444 4444444444444 4 4 STYLE QUALITY AND VALUE Capes Plain 4 4 4 Latest and Dress ' 5 A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY 4 4 4 Masterbilt and Iron Bedsteads, Enamel. 4 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444 $ 4444444444 44 nce . WW " w T -- ""v AT V , V ? I ') t tti ADAIR COUNTY'.NEWS" from New YorK. i -- .... ,, - - -- 5 RECEIVING DAILY ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS IN M '"f 5 Hunt's 81t0, jC3N1I Hunt's, Cnro formerly called I?i Is especially com llpoundea for of 'nSiS rVJItch, Eczema. the treatmentand Bin ytaf Tetter, and la Bold brnorm,drag J! I rt the J cist on the strict guarantee i LADIES' DRESS GOODS. FULL LINE OF MEN'S LATE STYLE SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS. Tmrchase mice. 9V. vni iv promptly refunded to any dissatisfied customer. TrrHunt'aSalTO at our rule Jfcr sale locally ty WW that Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. Hon. Frank Neat was down from. Neatsburg, Monday. Judge H. C Baker and daughter, Miss Sallie.are visiting in Monticello Mr. Bernard Bowling, of Lebanon, was here Sunday, to visit Mr. Henry Kemp. Miss Julia Miller left for Hazard, Ky., Monday morning, where she will teach. Miss Margaret Lovett returned to school at Russellville last Tuesday', morning.' Mr. I SEfQH Also handle a Complete Stock of Hardware, s FURNITURE AND CARPETS. I am located in the Sinclair Building, near The News office. My good were purchased for cash, and I am Selling at the Shortest Profits. Come in. will take pleasure in showing you through my entire stock. I J. zs&m W. BURTON PERSONALS Mr. Sam Robinson, of Hopkinsville, was here last Friday. Mr. O. E. Hubbard, Louisville, was here a few days ago. Mr. J. H. Hagan, LebanoD, Columbia recently. was in attended the State Fair the two first days. Col. L. T. Neat, Russell Springs, was here a few days ago. Mr. T. W. Taylorlmade his regular trip to Columbia a few days since. Sidney, son of Dr. O. S. Dunbar, Lebanon, visited here last week. Mrs. J. G. Holladay, near Zion, who has been very sick, is some better. Mr T. H. Beacham,iwife and children, Lebanon, visitedj here last week. Mrs E. W. Schade and Miss Marie FrazerllareJLvisiting in Greensburg. Mr.W. R. Lyon, was looking after Mr. E. H. Hughes, cashier of the his business in Columbia - last Thurs- - First National Bank, is taking his vaday. cation and will spend a month in Mr. and Mrs.;W. RMvers attended Quanah, Tex., having left for that the State Fair a couple of days last point last Wednesday morning. He week. will also spend several days in OklaMessrs. G. R. and E. W. Reed spent homa. He was accompanied by his several, da s of last week in Russell daughter, Miss Vic Hughes. county. Mr. Milan Polley, who left this Mr.! H.J K. Alexander Breeding and Miss Corinne Breeding accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Breeding to Lebanon. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of ? Hppeals, left the first of the week to WM&WiMMMMWMMMMl resume his duties at Frankfort. Mr. Fred Hill left for Louisville and home last Saturday night. His wife other points Monday morning. His and the Iatter's mother met him at mission will be announced next week. Lsbanon. Mr. Herbert Taylor, who begins to Mr. J. A. English has returned look like a Columbian, was here from from Mississippi. Campbellsvslle, the first of the week. Mr. R. K. Young, of West Point, Mrs Maurice Grubbs returned to Miss , is here meeting his many her home at Russellville last week, friends. He says he lives in the finest after a very pleasant visit with her country in the world. sister, Mrs. Lola Lovett. Miss Ruth Stapp, who went to FalMr. T. O. Abell, wife and children, mouth to teach, returned Sunday night. The school books had not ar- of Pleasant Plains, III , were visiting Judge W. S. Sinclair and wife, of this rived. She will rtturn later. place, last week. Misses Opal Garnett, May Feese and Mrs. Ira G. Powers, Who visited at Margie Buster, and Mr. Cecil Dunbar her father's several days, returned to left for Berea College, Madison County her home in Louisville last WednesMonday morning They will be there day accompanied by her mother, Mrs W. S. Sinclair. during this school year. Mr. Albert Stapp was here Monday, Eunice, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. en route to Campbellsville, to meet Herbert McLean, who is about ten years his aunt, Mrs. Emma Clark, of Misold, has been a great sufferer for sev- souri, who will be here several weeks, eral weeks, and there is but little hope visiting his mother. of her recovery. She is afflicted with Bright's disease. J. S. Rockaway Beach, L. I. Naval Hospital. o Sept. 5, 1919 Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Dear Friends of Adair: Wife and I and niece, Miss Lillian Webb, of Clarksdale, Tenn. 5K reached here alright after 26 hours run from Louisville. Found our son, Lieut. R. B. Watson, at Penn. station to meet us, He escorted us out 2f to "Far Rockaway", his summer s w o home, on Long Island. Here we are V greeted by the rushing White Caps of the sea and all night could sleep under the mystic sounds of rolling shore bound waves. My little grand- - V, boy, R. B. Jr, took me down to the 7Ts waters edge and showed me how to make toe prints in the sands. He is a jolly frolicking boy that thinks, "Woopee Pa" (my nick name with him) is about his age. New Yorkers by the thousands and thousands have j summer homes out here. It is de , , Sf5KSJKSS!S5KS 8!8& IS YOUR LIFE m v , . - ,- -- w - nr - nr-'- V4'ivsi INSURED? Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE If . as as 8 I 96 ?rv COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, 36 We sell the best for the least money. See &XX&X&X -- G. T. PUOMP OAr tvi. ... - STUliTS, Saent, POIlTMniA. wvLiwiiiLun, v- - 3i &&X8X$X&3 S i-- irr. x I I wf -- ' - ta V"t -- irTz,:--4ariJwrt?OT jm it ,iAw.SXA.ffi4arf lies--a j mr . f IM p-I ZL t- r n a-.' .. ,. (.55i.SK5E -- - ta ' it.fr '' .v WSMWfSS -- UTS'" ; y 4 I .J759 - . --vil rwlil A3 r. J &c t. 3 . h-- m wi.I V Stvi j. jn WSi 1 .Jt ? ivt-- j fift 63 ,ii SN. --.- -5r -" i;M .. jj CH trmn &MI r if eat . txnJ & sa JT A vw , & r-aj hu fcJf U .(. j. U TK&htJaevSEa r 'li.i .r "!-3v "R, i -- m'uti. WUr . m TTP tfrjC lightful. 10,000 1 , c You can be comfortable as well as stylish in a S pireI (not solo in mmmmmgm ,ORSET stores) called last county more than twenty years ago, is Thursday! upon the groceryraen of back, on a visit. He has lived at sevColumbia. eral different places since taking his W. B. Paynter, of Lawrenceburg, a departure from Adair It will be reState road man, was here a few das membered that he is blind. He served in Capt. O. B. Patteson's Company, of last week. Mr. B. H. Reid and Mr. J. M. Craw- and the government gives him a very ford, lof North Carolina, were at the good pension. Jefiries Hotel last Friday. Mr. N. B Miller, of Buffalo, New Miss Ruth Hynes left this morning York, arrived a few days ago, and h College, Virginia will be here several days meeting for relatives and friends and looking after She will finish this year. Daisy, the little daughter of Mr. and his interest in Adair County. This Mrs. RobertiWethingtcn, was quite town is Mr. Miller's permanent home and voting place, thougb he has been sick several das s of last week. for a great many years. After Mr. T. W. Lowe, of Cookvslle, absent will return with his family Tenn., is visiting at the home of his awhile he and spend the remainder of hs years b"other,SlMr. John D. Lowe. with those he knows best. MlssMollie Flowers. Grady ville, who Ores Barger and family, J. T. Goodvisited in.Dayton and Cincinnati, reman and wife, J. P. Miller and family, turned home last Wednesday. Dr. O. P. Miller and wife, Dr. S P. Mr. W. T. McFarland is now going Miller wife, and daughter, Miss Mary, . through a seige of hay fever. He is and son, Otha, Mrs. D. E Phelps, and not likely to be out until after frost. several children, Mr. S F. Eubank Mr. Geo H. Nell, Mrs. Gordon Cheats and wife, Mr. Albia Eubank and ham and Mrs. EmmaGrissom leftftf K wife, Miss Bettie Smith, J P. Beard, the State Fair last Tuesday morning. wife and son, Miss Jennie McFarland, Miss Lucy Boldrick ar.d Mr. John G. M. Stevenson and wife, and C. H. Dehrlnger, of Lebanon, spent a 'day Sandusky and children motored to last week with MissCorrlnne Breeding mouth of Greasy Creek Sunday, and Mr. J. F. Cabell and daughter, Miss on their return took dinner at RusHelen, came up from Miami, last Fri- sell Springs. day. The latter entered school MonMr. C. C. Breeding, wife and childday. ren, of Little Rock, Ark , took dinMr. and Mrs. J. S. Darnell, of Frank- ner with Mr. J. S. Breeding and fort, while in Columbia, recently, family last Friday, enroute to their spent a day or two with Mrs. Darnell's home. Corbett, as he is known here. sister, Mrs. J. G. Eubank. was met by a number of friends and Mrs. Allen Walker, Miss Eva Walker everybody was glad to see him. He and Amelia Damron, accompanied M. and his family resided in Columbia beAllen Walker and Mr. T. O Patteson, fore taking their departure for Arkansas, and when he left Mr. Breeding on their recent trip to Indiana. Judge and Mrs. Junius Hancock vis- knew every body In this place. He inNews he had a good ited taeir sonrMr. W. F. Hancock and formed the wife in .Louisville last week, and also position in Little Rock and was well spent day or two at the State Fair. pleased. He also reported that the former Adair. .county citizens, who re B. Barger finished his enMr. ' side in hteoityi ware idoing well. gagement for this wason and returned Macon-Randold- ht a difficult matter to find enough news to fill up this paper because so many people who have information do not repeat it, thinking that it would not be news because they already know it. Recently we met a Telephone or send postcard to man who lives several miles in the MRS. GEO. E. WILSON country, and, as is our custom, asked Columbia, Ky. him for the happenings in his neighborhood. "No, have nothing to tell you that nMi1r1 Via rt tnfaract " A little son of Olie Conover fell "No deaths occurred in your loSaturday, breaking Us cality?" from a swiog left arm. On the same day a son of f "Well, old Mrs. James Smith died Sam Anderson sustained a broken col- a few days ago. But I guess that is lar bone by a mule throwing him. not news." Dr. O P. Miller was called and re"Any accidents?" . duced the fractures yes, my, son, about 10 years "Well, old, fell out of a tree a few days ago It has been said that two of the breaking his right arm, but that don't strongest human emotions are love amount to much." of life and fear of death. Our actions "Also a son of one of my neighbors however, belie this statement, for fell in the creek last week and barely little do we think of what might oc- escdned drowning. Had to fish him cur as we stuff ourselves with un out with hooks. But that is not news healthy food, ride recklessly in our , "There was a party in the neighbormotor oars, or waste our energies in hood last Friday night, and some bad useless frivolity. Yet it seems to be a boys came along, who were not infact that those of us who take least vited, and shot through the windows, thought of our lives usually live the but who caies to read about it?" loneest. "Jo Simpson lost a very fine horse last night, and his friends are now For Sale. taking up a subscription for him " "If anything of Interest happens in ' clean and my part of A nice lot of seed Eye, the country, I will make $2.00 'per bu. clear of cheat at a note of it and tell you the next time Chas. R. Cabell, Gresham,(Ky. I come to town." t Two of my neighbor women fell out at a quilting the other day and one of ?. them cot her face badiy scratched. For Sale. wish I could find you something to be square piano, in good condition. printed iny our paper. Our neighborA Will sell it cheap. Apply to Mrs. hood shquW be represented' Art Walker. "In these hard times it, is quite a. loss to lose a three hundred pound which is fitted to your individual needs in your own home by a trained corsetiere. Let me call and explain the possibilities of tasteful, correct dress in a Spirella. You incur no obligation. morning Gen Pershing with of the First Division, will dock on board the Leviathan. Wednesday they will parade streets of N. Y. City in full battle equipment. We are to take in New York Bay and adjacent waters in my son's Naval Yacht in a day or two. He acts as captain and steersman at the wheel, general information Bureau, etc. as we visit Scotland' Light Ship and Sunday, Hook Lighthouse, Liberty Statue etc. A Convoy of Naval Airplanes and Battleships, some twenty or more, will go out to meet the Leviathan Monday morning, 50 to 100 miles from this station, and escort the returning victors to the shores of a grateful America. Too many big things taking place about here to speak of them all. But we are enjoying them and learning at first hand many things we have read about so long. We will be back this month, maybe to hold an all day meeting at Old Union, 3rd Sunday in September or 1st Sunday in October. Keep a look out for notices in the "News". For this is the first regular vacation your humble servant has taken in 30 years ago, this summer. You shall have the benefit of it though in renewed vigor and enlarged views on the world's great affairs. Sincerely Yours, B. T. Watson. No News. ' Monday m, Direct WAXATAN is classed as the most desirable coffee everpxe-t&smmti M,. fiontpd to the American trade, beine an extra large,toi&&. yea "fa centered berry of uniform size. This coffee comes luu per cent pure notmixea or uiev?u with that it is so heavj ladenedTiossessins nct, de-scch frrvmfril flavor. 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Like all Community Plale, 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 under all conditions of ordinary household service. c, wear-proo- "1847" ROGER BROS The only Silver Plated ware with an unqualified Guarantee that by the actual test of seventy years. is backed It is often L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky. Columbia, - -- - DRY CLEANING and DYEING. I CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC,.. Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERSAND DYER 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America. but J. Z Jones happened to that At this time there are eight oil wells luck last night ' It fell over a cliff." being drilled in Cumberland, county-M- r. H. K. Alexander, who lives at "Rest assured, that if anything Thursday, and hog, 1 Burkesville, was here occurs in my section, 1 will tell you he stated that excitement was zin-nlwhen I return to Columbia, but I high, and that many predicted have nolhing at this time." a paying oil field would be d that veloped. ng Notice of Eleciion. For Sale. Notice Is hereby given that a" poll will be opened and an election held in White Oa Voting Precinct, !No. 9, on November 4th, 1919. it being the Regu lar Election Dy,to ascertain the will of the voters on the question as to whether or not they wish cattle, or any species thereof, horses, mules, hogs, sheep, goats or stock of any and all kinds, to run at large on the public highways or uninclosed lands In cj said precinct. ' Witness, my hand this September 2nd, , !l919;'" ' ' i - ' 46-4- . I two farms for sale, 350 and acres respectively, one situated 3971 on road from Milltown to Greensbnrg:, the other three miles S. E. of Sparks ville. Each farm has two residences and can be devided so as to make twoi good size farms; lime stone land. X also have three residences m the town, of Columbia with street electric lights. I will divide farms r" ' l Terms easy. ' I have Nk Ml Tutfc. i -- 2 : ""' Attest. S. C. Negterk,; Adajr days arid'Satankys o grade wbeot. r.',v- I will, be at 6. B. garth's 42t County Court. 4'6 '4t 3K' "tf.ifc'ik0 MM ii; T .& - r ADAIR COUNTY NEWS wu.mb.iSJbm rjt- - r ?W3a 'WWW bS 10 I wwWwPw?w,i Thi 3& TEE-PE- E 1 ht Angl RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Pl 3 Ply $2.75 2 Store 2 Ply I $2.25 W Tdr FLOROID 53.75 Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. $e V t IffwtflMalLS1 vr : 'V t' i AlifMmmm c?l?L $&&MW&Umlt lillsdH fe H.-- wb t I , i ll iikiil I 1 i 1 Hi lm III11 1 11 111 I Gent's Furnishing G C( els. Clocks. Etc. && ? tfx d $r si1 'JTmvPHKinvnzirbb. 0Jt:7SV mitiltitt jEMbwmss jmmmm mm&msptwww te; mmmmm about -? fill&S& fe S ill. mm, vm&K .mmmmiwiiw Ar mmimimmMlim mmtmmvii imimfc.B8f&i5Mwmms ,ii Xe3P2EiVttl I IVU Mir-i'- v mv v I Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE '1 ' Hi ! III HUM 1)1 HI II I' III Ml and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. 3& geared to a joyhandcut standard just lavishes smokehappiness on that every man game enough to make a bee line for & EMiimmiWMim tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new s'flfS&ffiillSCfffiililllBilfiicii Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. Thai's because P. A. has the quality! You can't any mere make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than 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 ! if!ii 14FSI?LX. trf mtlBIIlkmn mil i... MStiftS5?PC?Sfi2 lh7W HH'ALK X is smokes, Prince Albert 32a Vti" Furniture, Carpets, and Druggets. ! w S Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedpteads, 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 $, m E Sewing Machines. Clock,, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. . Euy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is sold. Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistencr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. CopyrieM 1919 by a. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. R. J Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- m, N C. We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting-in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come causeu oy nve years 01 decided , to unite in a joint school picnic war. Any solution of the world s In order to promote a better to be held at Pleasant View needs means capital in an enor- interest morally.socially and edu- Church. Adair Co., Ky., Septem- mous flow. Such a flow can be cationally among the patrons and ber 25th, 1919. Singers bring furnished only by the people. a,one cannot do Praise Divine Song books. Any The banks is invited to take Partin,Thev are simply the repositories The the exercises. The parents will of the People's money. bring lunch and eat in school people themselves must be tested style. A good social day is ex- - to their ful1 capacity in order to pected. Don't fail to come, we Provide the funds needed. The savings of millions of Americans will have a lot of good singing, , can supply trie capital ior tne 9:30.j P. D.. Nos.. 45.j 5. 63. .j . Devotional Exercises, Rev. work ahead. It is readily conceded that James Burton. Grassy Springs-Bea V , ol r al ov pupils, the two districts s"age THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat Night m w W m && NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Helps ?WW HENRY W. DEPP, i w Women EVERYTHING IN Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend to'd me I had tried everything else, why not Cardui?... I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." TAKE CARDU The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizIs your zy, worn-ou- t? lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. AD Druggists 1.67 rational Thrift in Citizens makes for stability in business and govSpelling beginning P. ernment, but that it can be made Song 72. Recitations interspersed by to supply a stream of business capital is not universally under singing. 1:30, Address to parents, Hon stood. To make this clear, one may consider all America as one Noah Loy. Duty of the teacher to the great factory and all citizens community, Revs. Joe Turner, workmen in this factory. Picture all of these workmen put C. F. Breeding. Address by Hon. Gorden Mont- ting part of their earnings back into the business either through gomery. Should music be taught in the the purchase of government se curities or through deposits in public schools, open discussion. banks. This would create a cirC. D. Gilpin, Chairman. cular flow of capital and literally I. M. Grimsley, Secretary. Committee on program, Misses grind the corn with the water Mattie Barger and Lillie Turner. that is past. If one concedes that every dolCommittee arrangements, C D. Gilpin, I. M. Grimsley, L. B. lar saved eventually . finds its Burton, Dan Bryant, and James way back into industry, the re-- i lation of the small investor to Powell. the present problem is easily unBillions Are Needed. derstood. The small investor can do, his share to relieve the Financially the war is not over; strain on the banks and release billions in capital are needed to capital industry if he will convert restore the working world to his savings into government seThe War Savings peace. It is easy to unnerstand curities. Europe cries Stamp, Treasury Savings Certhat out for money, but that America, tificates, Treasury Certificates of although free from this havoc, Indebtedness, Liberty Bonds and needs unbelievable sums to Victory Notes fit the needs of finance her own prosperity is not the average American unaccus sufficiently understood. An tomed to financial dealings. enormous crop is to be moved There is enough money in export trade, if it is to j America to take care of every and our go on, must be financed. allowed to lie idle. need if Capital is needed to recover The fact that every dollar investfrom the shortage of materials. ed releases one more dollar to lEven with full speed ahead it finance our own prosperity, will take years" to overtake the must be driven home. The " Song 15. DENTIST lumbia. Am permanently located in C All t Classes of Dental work done. Crow d&eand Inlay work a Specialty. All Work S Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood HOOFING and American Fence Guaranteed - Office: next door to postoffice. Stel Hence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO f Incorporated WELL DRILLER I 1 1 6 Eaat Matket street Between First and Brock Louisville, Ky. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties See me e Latest im fore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds Pump Repairing Done. Grv me a Call. $SS $ $x$ W. T. PRICE BG?0?G8O- J. C every-da- y YATES muse learn the SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, citizn war-wreck- ed value of his idle dollar and that he counts in financing American S business. A popular understand$ ing of the financial situaticn should provide the capital needed Buy W. S. S. &&$xsxs3e w KENTUCKY. NN$ei $ !0f9i0K )K)K)f(I LOY Columbia Barber Shop &; X J M V f QUICK-REU- itis-nof- c rla Tot Rheumatism, Sore Muscles. Neuralzfc. Back- TfMtirh anrl all nalns. Money back 1! It tills to ease any ache or pain In any part ol the body twenty minutes, race cue t AT DRUGGISTS, or bu matt postpaid "V IT HAKES PAIH SAIL BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. X.OTVIK AjSanltary Shop, where both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. as Sold by ihe Jefferies Hardware Store Give us a Trial and be Convinced. aerer9Ki r s-- (A 3 SSlit' G. R. Columbia, --- ADAIR, COUNT N"WS $ f From North Carolina. p3 Shelby, R. No. 5. fpra REED, FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE KJCS8C3B38GSJS3$$C3SJ3ae3S w 8 9 8 8 $tist AUTOMOBILE LINE LsrAlLa I Keutucky. && i JG3830C3Be3i3SJ35G3eOS Columbia and GampDellsvllle Mail Car Ford Car 8 8 8 8 8 8 r A TT W 1.50, Round Trip, $2.75 $2.00 Round Trip. $3.50 8 Special Attention to Traveling Men the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: On account of 8 8 8 8 Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. 8 8 PHONES: I Columbia, 123 ) Campbellsville, W w hand. Kii MHR x i yiji 300G6Q8Q(30(?Q;C38G$ Golden Moment is Now. $C38GXi38GiO?33(Q&0$' Charles Grant Miller, in the Christian Herald. Notice, To Tax Payers. have the books in my possession, your taxes are now due, so please call and settle. The sooner you pay, the I, I Shake a barrel of apples snd the sound ones will come to the top. And in this great industrial shake-uthe man of right heart and keen mind will find his chance. He who has not succeeded as well as he would have liked has now less cause or time than ever for cavil of discontent or resistance to the advance of industrial peace and progress. Now is his golden moment to apply heart and brain and muscle to the best opportunity at p better it is for all concerned Ic only takes one time, so please Jsetcle without delay. Cortez Sanders. Sheriff Adair County 42tf Men.s odd coats and overcoats for sale at a bargain. J. F. Neat, Near Fair Ground. September 2, 1919. Editor Adair County News: As I heartily enjoyed the historical and biographical sketches of Judge H. C. Baker and am equally interested in those of Mr. Avero Steele, my memory reverts to people with whom I associated in my youth. Among the characters that stand out in vivid memory, is that of Leslie Combes Hurt. He was a son of Young E. Hurt, who died holding offhe of sheriff in Adair County, and was, perhaps, the most popular young man ever reared in. that region. He was a half brother of R. M. Hurt, L. B. Hurt, Judge Rollin Hurt, Mrs. Cora Hurt Rowe, Mrs. Jennie. Hurt Johnson, and Y. E.- Hurt, Jr. He was a brother of the late W. J. Hurt, Mrs. Joan and Mrs. Sue r. At about sixteen years of age, he enlisted in the Union army as a drummer boy, and later became a distinguished for gallantry. His father, Young E. Hurt, was a man of gigantic stature, immense strength and unflinching courage. Leslie was a small roan but noted as an He athlete and an acrobat. could out-ruand jhrow down any man in the country. He was reared in luxury, but was noted for energy and industry. He taught a few schools at Tabor, and I was among his pupils. From some cause, I was always regarded as a scape goat; and perhaps, received 500 whippings during my public school experience. Leslie whipped me a few times, and somehow I knew the punishment was deserved, and hence no spirit of revenge ever rankled in my bteast therefor. Some Hurt-Patterso- MM ifegi Mrn. I a package 18 cents j0$ fef Jm If you want to know what rare and unusual er.joyment Camels provide sinoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price ! ! ? .V' i'SfCdv life ssfci -mn ::2p ss--- i x B :yij::j:jjJKLK; & Smo&era realize Q that the value is in ff the cigarettes and do ff not expect premiums Jf & or coupons! 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OAMPBBLLSTILLE, KENTUCKY. gifted, lovable and useful young that some day I could own such man had been first victim in a a priceless treasure. Also, I tated reprisals when arriving at foreign land. I remember that would have sworn the wisdom of full manhood. But upon ar- about every girl and young lady Solomon and the wealth of Croesriving at manhood, I found my were melted to rears; and the us to be able to play the famous intended victim was about as number of namesakes he still ragtime masterpiece of Phillip. able to whip me as when I was has there proves how he was en hunted with Phillip until I killof juvenile age and stature. shrined in popular memory. ed squirrels well with a rifle, beLike many other people who Another character I remember came a fair pistol shot, have imagine themselves of great was the celebrated Dr. William mastered "Arkansw Traveller." ferocity, I find my fangs are not Voils who was garnered by the Five years ago at Charlotte, N. venomous. When Leslie was grim reaper at the untimely age C , 45 of us played this piece to about 25 years of age, he, the of 106. He made his hegira 2,000 auditors at a "Fiddler's late Felix Grundy Hurt, and one from Fentress County, Tenn., contest" and the audience howlor two of Vigas boys went to about 48 years ago, and had ed with ungodly glee. But yet Kansas. This was then frontier family and effects in a" fame and contentment are elusive territory, and they traveled in a wago", which was drawn by a The present lieutenant-governpicturesque prairie schooner. yoke of oxen. His personal ef- of told They camped out and burned what fects consisted of a table, some ma ten ago pick up, and at primitive cooking utensils, some when a small boy he thought me wood they could one time burned some discarded shoemaking tools, a 45 Colt's a orator, an enpieces of rails belonging to sor dragoon, Phil's long rifle and fid- chanting singer; and, withal, a did Curmudgeon. He overtook dle. Phil, by the way could beat prodigy with the violin. But he them, accomDanied by a consta any man playing, killed himself admits he has entirely recovered Leslie and Frank and ezecuting the Arkansaw Traveler from his youghtful infatuation. ble. Luther Vigas were of unques- and never missed with his rifle. So, you can see. have I become tioned courage, but tried to pla- Dr. Voils rented some land from disillusioned. I can realize that cate the surly citizen with an Mrs. Matilda GJarnett, and the Henry Clay had me faded as an Nothing song,4 Everybody works but offering of money. orator, and that Pagan ini surwould satisfy him, and he seed- Father" did not apply. The ed as implacable as Shylock for doctor, Jim, Phil, Mrs. Voils, passed me as master of the violin. In fact, many inferiors of Clay Grundy Tennesse, his pound of flesh. Henry was not strong on diplomacy, Otxerson, who came later; show and Paganini have suspassed me; and took no part in negotiations. ed that neighborhood a pattern and the late Oscar Pile had me When he heard every reasonable of diligence and frugality. Re- skinned as a farmer. Being veroffer refused, he stepped to the sult, a remarkable yield of corn. satile is a serious misfortnne. wagon and brought a loaded gun. The doctor, then from 65 to 70, Had I been nothing but a teachBringing it to ready use and would plow or hoe day, and er, a writer, or, even a musician, raising the hammer, he said: make or mend shoes until lo, P. perhaps I would have escaped n you, git and git M. I was a frequent "Now, d noctura in a hurry". The belfigerent visitor, and was a slender boy of being a human derlict on the complairiantHand 'tbe'i militant 14, and wore a no.9 shoe in wint- shores of time. constable stood not on the order er and went barefooted in sum Melvin L. White of their going, but sought sixty mer, m winter, was aiwaya i acres of fresh air. Later Leslie either out of shoes, or what I had Notice io Tax Pavers. died, and no wider spread of sor were in need of rep'airs. While row was ever manifested on next Dr. Voils made or repaired shoes For the purpose of giving you an opSunday at Tabor church. The for me. regaled me with his bat portunity to pay your taxes, I or one late Judge R. T. Garnett was ties in Tennessee. Otteraon of my Deputies will be at the follow-Iplaces od dates given: superintendent of a very large would let the wind blow through and flourishing Sunday School, hid. whiskers while Phil played Breeding, Thursday, Sept. 18th.' ' Gradyvilie, Friday, Sept. 19th. . of which Leslie had been secre famous "Arkansas Traveller" the Glensfork Monday, Sept. 22nd. tary until his departure for Kan- with dialogue. The whole dia-- i Fairplay, Tuesday, Sept. 23rd; sas. Judge Garnett remarked logue wis interlarde with oats, Milltown, Wednesday.'Sept.-- . aith. Keltner, Thursday. Sept. 25th. .. that out of about a hundred in no matter whether men or wom-weconversing. I would look Don't fail to avail ycmraelH.ef .thl number; for about four 'years, opportunity. The tax auk&j be est . had occurred among with- longing eyes upon the lected. not' a death . and hope CectM Saafers, S. A. C. tba BMtnbrahip. Now Laaiie, a famous' 1 tar-axle or North Carolina years that ng spell-bindi- son-in-la- w a-- 1 or re - six-shoot- er, s rfl . e 8 ,t. ) ,'-,- . THE ADAIR COUNTY NfiWS ' ' - "- '' nv. U.rV-- "i ' a.- . . ;man; .. r. SUPERIOR fflDElVIP I ! GIVES REASONS i tADJES. rid GENTLEMEN'S .Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and ,,Presed. PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. Gained lufi Johnson Thinks HIS'BELiEF. Benefits ' . - TT - s WHEM DRILLS. c i fc ' Justify Giowing Tribute ' " R. R.'STOTTS, . Hancock Hotel, KENTUCKY. . . 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Cattle Prime export steers $13.0013.50;heavy light Sj&10; heifers cows, $7 6010.50; meThe drouth in Green County is ?8.O011.50; fat r m r t r Tha rtllntwlnnr maccorra t.f dium $6. to 7 50;cutters ?5.006.00 can t ,4h3 Louisville Post, dated Septem-Jbe- r ners 84.755.00;bulls S5.507.50;feeder 9, gives the subjoined discourag-tin- g $810 00; stockers 87.00 to $9.00 choice milch cows 895110; medium $6595; situation: common $5065. "With no indications, for rain, this section of the State is suffering from Calves Receipts 392 head. Price viae of the most severe and lengthy steady. Choice veals $16.5017.00 drouths ever known here. Not since medium 8 50ll.00; common 5.508. '.crops were planted has there ever Hogs Receipts 4,550 head. Demands been enough rain. One of the most was good. Best hogs 165 lbs and . '.serious results right now is the up 17.00; 120 to 165 lbs $16.50; 120 lbs of drinking water for man and down 14.75 throwouts $13.65 down. 0; The municipal Board of this town is again asked to consider the oiling of the streets and square. Suppose it takes an outlay of six or seven hundred dollars to do it, the money would be properly expended Health is worth to Columbia more than money. The board may say it has not the cash That would be no excuse, as there is a way to get it. All other towns in Kentucky, the size of Columbia, oil their streets. Do not wait until sickness comes. Make an effort to prevent its coming. " Represented in Taylor, Greea and Adair Counties by CamDbellsville, 215 Acre Borders Valuable Land and Timber Sale. Located at Cray Craft, 5 miles from Columbia, Adair County. It is convenient to Stores. Churches and Schools, Store and Postoffice on the Farm. The Heirs of the late Nathan Murrell will sell to the highest and best 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 feet of Poplar, White Oak and Red Oak. From this timber there is an extra good county road to Columbia. Following the sale of timber we will sell about 400 acres of level land. It will be sold in four or five tracts, then in two tracts. This is a grand old home, new dwelling, large barn, large granary, spring-housbrick coW barn, cribs, all comparativelynew. Besides all kinds of old buildings. There are more buildings on this place than any other farm in the county. There is an immense orchard, different kinds of fruit. The farm is well watered. Terms of sale are as follows; The d home tract, will be sold for and the remainder on two years cash, time, interest from date. The remainder of the land will be sold for , cash, the remainder on two years time, to be carried one year tool-house, Ky. In the long past Fan Mercer and the Townsend3 were the 41 miles north of Greensburg, Ky. spirits here, but now it is J. T. Hind-maWell improved, well watered, good and Albert Mercer, W. C. J. R. Tutt, Sr., and J. R. limestone soil, 20 acres first bottom Tutt Jr., Frank Cobb, and G. B. land. Cheatham. They are all men of J. C. Hodges, Greensburg, Ky. means and they know how to make a dollar and then double it. Farm for Sale. n, 45-- 4t Miitown. wanted. Reliable young common school women with good prob-Vletn- .Cock. r, '. it .dry Green River and other streams in the Wells, cisterns and springs are .and water is being hauled from country for stock. Gardens have long since dried up, 1 ;and grocers have no fresh vegetables j ,to offer, while fruit is being shipped .Corn in bottoms is about 70 per cent tOta. crop, while that on the uplands is i&iocost n entire failure, 'In some Sections the farmer has allowed and cattle to feed on the cornbe-frtforeii- e breaks it for wheat. As a re- solo; of the short corn crop, stock is ' ; .being sold and shipped in large V -- ;' hor-ijie- es to take 925 head Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, training in my two forty bed hospitals, market steady all through, best lambs 814.00 seconds 810 Best sheep $7.00 one at Liberal Kansas and the other at Hutchinson, Kansas. Both hospitals bucks S5.00.down. new of modern brick and tile conButter Country 3840c lb. . Eggs Fresh, case count candled struction and ' the most 43c to 44 c equipment. Competent corps of teachers maintained. Salary for first year Notice. 12 per month with board, room and laundry. None but competent and We are now ready to issue dog tags5 conscientious girls need apply. Write and license for the year 1920. for application blanks to me at t S. C. Neat, Clerk. education te two-roo- m e, Trading, in stock has not been very lively here for some weeks. Hogs and fat cattle are scarce. Some sheep are changing hands, but they are also scarce. Corn in the creek bottoms is looking good and some upland corn is in very good condition, though rain is badly needed at this time Politics are being discussed about the stores, and the Black men are enthusiastic. The Sunday School at this place is in a flourishing condition. The day school is also well attended.- Russell Creek Items. 46-2- one-thir- "Hutchinson Two young men from. Metcalfe County were here last Friday night on the hunt of a theifowho had stolen a horse, bridle and saddle from the barn of Mr. Buck Sparks. A suspicious character had been In the neighborhood, trying to hire someone to take him to Nancy, in Pulaski County. Kansas." Hospital, Hutchinson, 4Mt ' T. A. Jones, H. D. -- cut early tobac-,'.c- o and , it is dr Jed up. The late crop ' tsvilt'be'mach -' shorter and the quality .very poor. Even good rains ;. , .will be f )QOw could not do late tobacco much f- "Many farmers have i one-fourt- h jj:-oo- t g-"- i ' Some have abandoned ,..,.., farmersauu uuuacivabivea JI1J uoiua iwaetr bouauuo 1 4.1 slalra that the yield will notjaverage The opening exercises of the Mt. u ' 3)0 pounds per acre. Zion High School will occur Monday morning at 8 o'clock, directed bY J'rof. very nome where there are Robert Willis, of Joppa, Ky., as prinIn. children there should be a bottle of cipal, and Miss Bonnie Judd, of Co! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. lumbia, Ky., assistant. The patrons M" t destroys worms and acts as a tonic and friends of the school are.cordially da the debilitated system. Sold by invited.and expected to be present. Fril Adv aall Drug Co. Humboldt Tenn., News. m -- r ' When a youth will do any; sort; of honest work, no matter how menial it may be, rather than be idle, he will some day .make his mark in the world-Th- e young man who is so proud that he would rather starve than do some- , . . ..r',. -J -tniug mat no considers oeneatn nis uignity will never amount to much All honest toil is honorable- There is nothing so degrading as the aversion to manual labor, for that aversion is usually due to laziness and condeit. ,I.- Milltown is one of the oldest without interest. villages in Adair County and J. S. Breeding, Auctioneer. some of the most prominent men Call on the Auctioneer for farther who have been known to the '' information.". August 23, 1919. V 44-- 4t Raymond Smith, fourteen years old, son Of George Smith, who lives on Mr. James Sudderth's farm, three miles OUt of 'town, died last Tuesday afternoon, a victim of typhoid fever. Tobacco Land for Sale. J. C. Wooten sold his farm lying near;Spifkayilie to G. B Murphy for .13,000. v o.clock last Mr. Isaiah Henson, who was a good 260 acres of good Barley tobacco Will Johnson soldhis farm ten days Wednesday, was the warmest known citizen, died last Saturday night. He land for .Sale. It is 9 miles irom ago to Ben Saxberry, for $3,450. It Campbellsvlllei in Taylor county. It ia. Septosiber, in Kentucky, since was buried at Sparksville. about 130 acres and lies on will be sold in lots of 50 acres or more. contains iSfteW6, 1899. On last Wednes-4arth- e Fettisfork, four milee from Columbia. Address The moral atmosphere ie good, S thermometer registered 92 Drs. O. P. Miller and W. J. Flowers Miss Eva Walker's tonsils , Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, Mr. W. O. Murrell was taken quit peace and good will reigniac in vO that date twenty years ago it re-- removed " The temperature at 11 - county were reared here. At this time there is quite a bit of wealth in this locality, and the men who own it have, by indus try and. judgment, made it This town has had thrifty mer chants for- many years, and what is remarkable no man from the long past up to the present, has ever been forced to make an assignment. At this time we are informed that the mercantile men discount their bills. - -- leUredloe. . last Saturday. '44-- tf CmpbllsYill, '.?-..- Ky. v, V slck&aiday 3 nignV-chMl- ng '. ; - . every boB. Farmers are v ry busy in this part of the country cutting ".orn and tobacco and making sorghum. Mrs. Ermine Hutchison still remains very sick at this writing. Mr. Short Moore, of Hamilton, 0hio was visiting his brother, Mr. Bingham Moore and family, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crenshaw, of Campbellsville, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Todd last week. The wife of our mill man, Mr. Harris, is very sick. Hope she will soon be well again. Mr. Nathan H. Watson and Dave Smith are attending the State Fair this week. George Henry Willis and wife, of Gradyville, were visiting the latters mother, Mrs. Bell Squires, last Saturday, and Sunday. Mr. Gus Dunbar and wife,, of Neatsburg, were visiting Mrs. Bell squires last week. Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, who lives on Mr. James Suddarth'a farm, took, quite sick last Thursday night and died Tuesday evening at 2 o'clock. It seems that the death angel is passing around in this neighborhood gathering jewels Who will be the next? . - i. -