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Announcements of the marriage of Miss Carmen Belcher, Greenville, Ky., daughter of a prominent Attorney, to Mr. Fred P. Hill, of Columbia, were received here last Friday night. The ceremony was performed in Cincinnati, Ohio, Wednesday afternoon, September 17th, 1919, at 4 o'clock. They will be at home, this city, after October 1st. The bride will not ba met by strangers, as she was a teacher in the public schools here for two years, and became well acquainted. She is a young woman of many charming graces, and will be greeted by her many friends in a most cordial manner. throughThe grcom is out Adair county, having been a druggist in Columbia for a number of years, his courteous manners winning him many personal friends. ' truly Those who know him best are glad that he has, found the companion of his choice, and trust that they may go hand in hand down the stream of Time, nothing occurring to mar the happiness that they are now enjoying. Mr and Mrs. Hill, upon their arrival of in Columbia, will stop at Mrs. Bettie Butler where rooms have been engaged, taking their meals at the Jeffries Hotel. Later they will go to housekeeping in the brick residence, which will be remodeled, located next to the home of Mrs. Rena Paull. well-know- For the Farmers. Mr. NO. 6769. FrigtitfaHlccident. f Last Sunday morning fifteen minutes bafore 1 o'clock, Mr. Scott Montgomery, who had been a resident of Columbia for many years, answered the death call and passed over the river. Had he lived until the 23rd of this month he would have been seventy J. W. Evans, who is now visit- OF TflE CONDITION OF ing in Adair, left the county and We have gathered the following in took up his residence in the West THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. formation in regard to the shooting of twenty-eigh- t years ago. Since his Fred Austin, the moonshiner, in Rusarrival here he has gone over a large AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE sell County, last week: Charley portion of Adair county, and he says OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE Deputy United StatesMarshal OF BUSINESS SEPT. 12, 1919. he was perfectly astonished at the years old. c and Clay Sullivan, the Sheriff oft he RESOUECES. He was a native of Adair county, improvements that have been made. County, reashed the still unobserved, having been born and reared near CoThe lands have been doctored and Loans and discounts, including reand demanded of Austin to surrender. lumbia. He was a quiet, unassuming discounts, (except those shown on many farms where log cabins and Instead of so doing he grabbed Winman, going about his business affairs S227 332 76 Inbandc) S227 932 7G frey and frame shacks stood when he left, TotalLoans in a systematic way. He was saving and fight ensued. He held an deposited to secure new and attractive residences have U.S. Bonds and (par and accumulated quite an estate. shot gun in his left hand and value)... S25 000 circulation Early in life he made a profession $ 21 050- taken their places. Thrift makes Owned and unpledged with hs right he was pounding the $19 050 of his faith in Christ and united with securities. valuable farms, he says, and if the Total U. S. Government S. Securities other than U, Marshal. Winfrey hallooed to Sheriff bonds, the Zion Baptist Church, living a conagriculturist of Adair will keep their (not including stocks) owned sistent member until his death. Sullivan, "shoot him". The Sheriff unpledged ,...S31 116 23 lands clean, farms that are now reIn all his dealings he was strictly an seeing that he was about Total bonds, securities etc the garded as poor will soon become valu31 116 25 honorable man, meeting his obliga-gation- s otherthan U. S Marshal, fired, shooting Austin, but promptly. We doubt if he able, and if a buyer should come along Stock of Federal Reserve Bank The prairie of Misslsslpl is rich; (50 per cent ot subscription) 1 800 00 he did not fall and the second and owed a dollar when he was called would have no trouble in Value of Banking house owned healthy and attractive. We want the farmer was fired before he was hence. SI 000 00 1000 00 third shot and unincumbered selling for good money. He also says He leaves a wife and one daughter, Furniture and fixtures . . charged o ff brought down. It was then discover- good farmers from your section to that the farmers of Adair County do Lawful reserve with Federal Re Miss Mae, and a little grandson, Mared that he was dangerously wounded share in the great development of 22 000 t0 serve Bank shall Montgomery. He also leaves not realize what a good country they Cash in vault and net amount due infancy:' and that some of his shots passed this country, now in its Cor-ra- ll four sisters. He had a large number are living in. Mr. Evans lives in 56S37 19 Hundreds of KentucklaDS from nearfrom National 13 anks .through Winfrey's clothing. of relatives and many were here to County, Mo., where everything is Checks on other banks in the same ly every part of that state have alcity or town as reporting bank After consultation it was decided attend the funeral. 572 00 on'thego, lands high, and the proother than item 16 to convey Austin to a hospital in Som- ready bought farms in this prairie, The funeral was held in the BapTotal of items 13. 14. 15. 16. duction great, and the same results and not a one dissatisfied. Lands tist church, this city, Sunday after .'.67 439 19 and 17 erset. will follow In Adair county if the Checks on banks located outside of have already advanced to an appreciRev. E. V. Bennoon, conducted by city or town of reporting bank AUSTIN DEAD. keep up the spirit farmers continue to nett, of the Methodist Church. The able degree but thousands of acres of 332 59 and other cash items minister's oration was exceedingly Since writing the above we learn as fine land as you ever saw is yet on of improvement. If there is a com- Redemption fund with U. S. comforting, and it "was plainly seen, Treasurer and due from U. S. plaint about the land here, the soil, that the wounded man died in the the market at less than half their 1250 00 Treasurer while he was delivering it, that many Mr. Evans says, is not the trouble. Interest earned but not hospital at Somerset last Tuesday. value. This country offers you the in the congregation were filled Royse-AIIis- on. It is the men who are not educated to Receivable not on Note3and Bills 2 463 67 His remains were conveyed to Russell opportunity of your life if you really with emotion. past due County for burial. Mr. Sullivan, the want a fine farm. The sooner you properly cultivate it. "I see," says The interment was m the city cemTotal. S94 3S9 46 etery. There were a number of beausheriff of the County, who did the buy the less it will cost and the larger Last Friday afternoon Miss Yista Mr. Evans "the making of as good LIABILITIES. tiful floral designs. Royse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. farms here as there are in Missouri shooting was seen by a Columbian your profits. Write Strong & Har25 000 00 Capital stock paid in May God comfort and care for the L. Eoyse, and Mr. Sandidge Allison He ris for Booklet, West Point, Miss. 33 500 00 in Russeli Springs Tuesday night. Surplus fund widow, the daughter and grandson is drove to the residence of Eld. Z. T. S. M. Burdette will sell at auc- Undivided profits, i 203 05 said that he was very sorry that Aus43 2t the wish of the writer. Williams where they were united in Less current expenses, inyearling and tion twenty-five- , 51 157 95 3 050 10 tin died, but at the time he was shot terest and taxes paid marriage. Immediately after the A Card. It is said that Lucian Brockman is ceremony the couple drove to the two year old mules at James- Interest and discount collected he was endeavoring tn kill Winfrey, or credited, in advanse of maany worse, though he improves home of the groom, a few miles east town, Ky, on Saturday Sept 27, turity and not earned approxthe revenue officer, and that he felt not very slowly. It seems to be S19 51 1 o,clock imate! sale begins promptly at We desire to extend our most grate- of Columbia. that he had only done his duty as an 51 522 05 Amount reserved for taxes accrued The bride and groom are both teach- p. m. of those who have seen him ful thanks to all those who were with Circulating Notes outstanding.. 24 200 00 officer. us in the sickness, ending in death, of ers and are most excellent young peoin the last few days, that he will deposits subject to Individual check 306 237 80 our dear husband and father. In such ple, a couple who have many friends, Enjoyable Social. If you want a choice pairof yearlings eventually recover. Total of demand deposits (other trying hours, comforting words and who wish them lasting happiness and (subject to than bank deposits or two year old males at your own prosperity. kind acts brought consolation. Call on the Tax Commissioner and At the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. - Reserve. Items 34. 33, 36, 37. SO price attend S. M. Burdette's auction give in your list. Mrs. Latitia Montgomey. S306 297 3S.and33 t Conover last Wednesday night, was inWe most cordially solicit your sale at Jamestown next Saturday Sept,27. Miss Mae Montgomery. one of the most enjoyable occasions of Total $394 389 46 spection of our Millinery department, What a chauge in the last few years. the season. Party, given in honor of State of Kentucky, ) of meetings will begin next which we have added .on our MezzaA series ' Mr. S. E. Allen sold his farm, lying Let your mind run back only a short Mr. Chester Scalf, of Louisville, a COUNTY OP ADAIR J Sunday, Sept. 28, at the Christian nine floor. Ladies and children's hats soldier from over sea. There were be I. Braxton Massie, President of the above on Pettisforkr four miles South of time and teachers were applying for Church. Charles E Powell is the at prices thap please. named bank, do solemnly swear that the above Columbia, last Thursday, to Mr. C. position. Now there is none who are tween 50 and 75 young people out, Russell & Co. evangelist. .We invite most cordially every one being glad to see Chester. statement is true to the best of my knowledge C. Stephens. Consideration $8,750. In seeking employmeut and it is a very and belief. those who will help in song service to Braxton Massie, President sale, of the reality, which Every one sorry when the hour came Subscribed and sworn to befjere me this 19th come in the choir. There will be chairs' At the the boundary there are about one difficult matter to secure one. The to say good night. day of Sept.. 1919. for large chorus. A cordial invita- was owned by the late Nathan Mur- hundred acres. It is a good produc- low salary offered and the high C03t Leonora Lowe. tion is given to everybody who can to rell, last Saturday, the home place Notary Public tive farm, but we Consider that it was of living, have forced teachers to Bicycles for Sale. brought 88,100, and was purchased by attend the meetings. My Commission expires Jan. 20th. 1921. employment. sold well. Mr. Stephens already ownJames N. Murrell; the timber was Z. T. "Williams. Correct Attest: purchased by Young & Sandusky for Allen ed a farm adjoining the James P. Beard, Call and see them at. A new log wagon and well rig for Henry N. Miller. Mr. L. P. Long, who lives near $5,600. Two hundred acres of unimT. G. Rasner & son. tract, and that was an inducement sale. J. M. Wolford. J. P. Montgomery.Directors. Rowena, one of Russell couniy.s sub- proved land was bought by Hughes Casey Creek, Ky. for him to buy. The transfer was & Coffey, Jas. Redmon and Sam C. Davidson, United States stantial citizens, who was here last Pierce. It brought $3,300 Total Mr. T. made the day of the sale, and Mr. Commissioner, had the following parAttention is called to a very valua week, is thinking of locating in Co- amount of sale, $16,900. Stephens will be given possession soon. ble land sale, in Marion county, Read The Trico Oil Company. ties before him last week: Parker lumbia. He will be here some time Garnett, of color, charged with sellthe ad. week with the view of buying a I am now this running a closed ing liquor, dismissed. Jo Z. Collins, I am receiving new goods this This is a company organized for the dismissed. Married at Jamestown. home if one can be found to suit him Dodge Car between Columbia white, same charge, express purpose of developing oil in week. See my line. Men's odd coats William C. Hill failing to register, He and his family would be valuable and Campbellsville. Safe and recounty. Mr. D. P. Weeks, and overcoats also ladies and men's selling Adair dismissed. Joseph Aaron, acquisitions. Last Wednesday Mis3 Veleria Turliable Chaffeur, and close atten- liquor, held to await the action of a President of the company, has been underwear. an unusually successful operator ' in J. F. Neat. ner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther tion paid to the traveling public. Federal grand jury. Charles F. Rich- Lincoln and other counties. Near Fai- - Ground. Turner, who live near Montipelierr Dont miss the big auction sale 1 want your business and I guar- ards', failing to register, held over, but Two Financiers from Okla., men, the Commissioner thinks that the who have promoted several million and Mr. J. Campbell, a discharged of mules at Jamestown next Sat- antee satisfaction. See me for charge will later be dismissed high Sam Burdette bought fifty-od- d dollar companies in Texas, etc., who urday. There will be a lot of prices. soldier, who had been in the regular are strongly recommen Jed by the Gov class mules in the Blue Grass section army for twenty years, were married. Stanley Epperson. extra good pairs of yearlings 44-3- t. The Scctt Montgomery sale has been ernor of Texas, have decided to leave last week. They were brought to Cocalled off. and two year old closely mated; in Jamestown, where the groom's Texas, on account of the short life of lumbia, and about one-haof them mother resides. Mr. Campbell reachsold for the high dollar. Sale Jlev. B. T. Watson will reach home wells, and operate in Kentucky. The were sold in Burkes vi lie last Saturday ed here from Fort Terry, New York,. in time to All his pulpit at the PresbyNotice. opens at 1 o,clock p. m. Trico Company is exceedingly fortuS. M. Burdette. terian church the second Sunday in nate in having joined forces with and the other half will be put on the Tuesday night and Wednesday his market at Jamestown next Saturday. bride met him at the hotel, October. He and Mrs. Watson are Pay your Graded School Tax. Five these two gtntlemen, who' are now Mr. W. L Ingram has purchased placing1 our stock among Northern and with a friend or two journeyed to having aJ delightful trip. They have per cent, penalty after Oct. 1st. and Eastern investors. If you want to know, about the Jamestqwn where as above stated thothe house and lot now occupied by Mr. visited many points of interest, and Bruce Montgomery, Treas. If you live in Adair county you owe rich and attractive lands in the L. E. BradIevfrom Walter Sullivan. have also been with cheir son, rites were solemnised. It is our mi' Leiut. yourself and to your county to A son of Mr. J. W. Barnes, who lives it to Consideration, $600. Mr. Bradley will Prairie of Mississippi, don't wait for derstanding that- the couple willrei-sid- e by buying Watson and family, New York, and back this organization at Toria, and a Miss Janes were mar- stock liberally. As an investment, it' a.convenient time, but write'for book-lcontinue to reside in the property. It in New York. their son, Thomas Tarlton and familya ried week before giving information atonce, Strong last. The father of has something better than any other is in the Mulligan addition. d Here is hoping that happiness Akron, Ohio. who are in' the young man tells us that the way organization. The par value of stock. & Harris, West Point, Miss. them all through life. 81.00 per share. A representative wijl 48-Earl, a little son of Mr. and Mrs. One hundred acres of good land for the couple proceeded was somsewhat be here soon. Myers, fell and broke one of. his Fred .Fertilizer for Sale. out of the ordinary. He said he and rent. There is a dwelling on it. C. H. VanSickle, arms last Sunday. Dr. O. P. Miller, Mart Harmon, charged with a Mrs. PW. Dohoney. his son were helping with a thresher. assisted by Dr. Flowers, reduced the Sale Manager, Stanford, Ky. breach of the peace, in Russell CirColumbia, Ky. 16 per cent acid, $1.55. Alas 3 ps. The morning of the day of the marfracture. cuit Court, was arrested by the Sheriff-Corte- cent potash. riage the son said to hiB father,, (,I N Mr. John N. Conover and Mr. B. E Will Not Riuirn. .Sanders, near Tarter, this will not go rfith the thresher Read the page "ad" in this issue of U. L. Antle. county, and, last Wednesday he valuable Taylor county farms for sale. Rowe went to Louisville last week I am going to Columbia." "I thought They are located in good communities; and put their tobacco on the market. nothing of the statement," said his Rev. S. G. Shelley, Presiding Elder, him to Jamestown and deliverThe Carter Drilling Company startThey had five or six hogsheads each. father, "and I went to the thresher." preached at the Methodist church last ed him to the authorities. ed a will on the Strange farm, CumMr. J. R. White,, brother ,of Mr., "My son did not get back until the Sunday night. It was a sacramental berland County, last Thursday. Ex-pe-rts D. E. Phelps shipped a car load of service, the last oue to be held in the , We have a special sale this weak on Jesse White, ,this glace, sold his farm night of the second day. He came in think that the Cumpany wil lying near Miama, Green County, to hogs and; cattle to Louisville las and retired, .and I thought nothing Co'umbia district this Conference Ladles' Yoiie Waists, handsomely bring In a paying well. year Rev. Shelley has done a great Jas. A. McMahan, of Greensburg, for Thursdry.. He paid from 12 to 15 cents about his action. This was early in tgork during the four years he ''has trimmed in embroidery and lace. Sizes 38 to 46. Special at $1.39. for the hogs and 4 to 8 cents for the $2500; The. farm contains fifty two We Can Save you Money on the week, and he continued to work, presided over the district and he will Russell & Co. acres. Mr.. White will give possession cattle. deliver "a most griiying reportrto Clothing, Shoes. Hats.Dry Goods-and remained at home. Thursday Conference. Columbia, Adair county and will remove to. Campbellsville. Mr Alex .WcFarlaud by authority in- Overalls, and Work Shirts, Rugs,. The special show, "Riders of the night after we, returned home he an and the district are sorry to lose' him vested in him by. the Grand Master of Carpets, etc .Purple Sage," is a good one. At nounced he was married. My wife and his most excellent companion, as Seethe work, of the avenger who ap- Paramount Sept. 30th. Goff Bros. Store: in Kentucy, was here my other children under the rulings' he can not remain and neither of pears In the "Riders of the Purple in one district louder cnoafour years. last Tuesday and packed the paraphaknew a thing about the affair." Sage." Here the 30th. Born, to the wife of Clarence Mar For iale. We feel sure tha. on account of his nalia belonging to Columbia Lodge, shall, on the night of the 16th, a ability, his untiring energy or the No. 230 which bebardB defunct about You "Hit the Bullseye." ;. Hrs. Jo Knifiey is now teaching in daughter. Master's "cause, lie Will be given a de- two years ago, and shipped same to It did not live and was A nice tot,, of .seed. vRj cteanawb the Graded School;' She Is very com- buried on the 17th. sirable location. the Grand Lodge. Burkesville Lodge ' SS 00 per ba. " '" .;. petent. M-- When you buy one of our stylish r. was in the same condition and, its clear of , cheat at Ctaa. R. Cabflll, Greeb,-KHfc&B or Caps for men and young men; Seethe "'Ridtfibof the Purple 'Sage" Lodge effects were also shipped tqihe i ".iiS- -You have only one oafrhto give ia Fire will be started at the brick Grand,Ldf . 30th.- t .V;. . 48-'kiln next Thursday morning. T jourlwt. Do It now. , Win-frey.the REPORT KKSEEVK DISTEICT NO. 8. Moonshine Shooting. n h Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. J. P Hutchinson got in her car and drove to the Chewning home, on Greens-bur- g street, where she formerly lived. Upon leaving the premises she lost control of the car and it ran onto a bank close to the dwelling. It upset; catching Mrs. Hutchinson underneath. Several women hfced the car sufficient to get Mrs Hutchinson out. Dr. Russell, who was called, found that she was not badly hurt, only a. few bruises. The top of the machine was torn off and it was otherwise damaged. It was very fortunate that Mra. Hutchinson escaped with slight injuries.. . the-hom- e collected-approxima- te the-opinio- 4S-2- seek-othe- r 48-2- t. lf ' ' is-"-te- - et wilL-atten- 2t . 48-2- z to-da- con-vey- ed ' '-' Odd-Fellowsh- ip . 4 ''- - '47-2- 2 1- - RuseeU&O))?!! vr y -( , h ' lV-- ' ?Jt. iw-- ;l V iL W I . 9- -2 4- - H? m ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SGTES a great hurry, when they overtook the Brassels, said to them: "Gentlemen, what is the news?" COUNTY. one or the other of the Brassels replied: I suppose you have sy:John2avroe!steele. heard of the murder of Ballard and Coffey," and proceeded to No. 33. relate the particulars. The Harps replied, "Yes, we are. in THE HARPES. pursuit of the murderers, and When the Harpea arrived, we suspect that you are the soar the Big Barren river, they men, who committed these mur murdered two men. whose names ders. We have more men be.ace not now remembered, and hind, and you must stop until asorng a canoe, they went they come up." Big Harpe Vr dam that river to a point, took James Brassel's gun from fcao?ra. in ancient times as the him and set it by a tree, took TeUaw Banks. In this neighoat a large string and ordered borhood, they hid themselves him to hold his hands, together, for a, ?hile, and in the neighbor- that he might tie him. Robert hood of the present city of HenBrassel said to his brother: derson, they erected a cabin. "Don't be tied. "Little Harpe After hiding their money and then threatened Robert Brassel suck, things as they had, which with instant death, if he resistwere aot convenient to be car ed. Robert, suspecting the ried, under a cliff, they went truth and that the Harpes were over into Tennessee, into the the murderers of Ballard and I couatry then inhabited by the Coffey, sprang from his horse Chickasaw Indians. The wives And attempted to secure his of the Harpes were left behind, brother's gun, but the Harpes when, they broke jail, at interferred and prevented him. but after the lapse of some He ran off and left Big Harpe im& and after the Harpes had tieing his brother, James. Litaken their departure for the tle Harpe pursued Robert BrasI If Chickasaw Indian country, the sel and attempted to shoot him, women made their way through but he escaped, leaving his tthe country to the cabin, which brother and his horse behind. the Harpes had built near Hen- After some distance, he met a derson. In what way the wom-e- party of six men and a woman. learned the whereabouts of the One of the men bore the name cabin, or in what direction their of Dale, and had a gun with husbands had gone from Dan- him. Robert Brassel tried to ville, is not now remembered or persuade the company to return known. It seems probable that with him to the place, where he s. man, whose name was Tully, had left his brother. When land who during the next year they returned to that place, a svas himself slain by the Harpes, short distance from the road, in was in some way connected the woods, the found the lifeless wich the women finding their body of James Brassel, mutilatr, Vf;ay to the cabin. Tully, ed, and his gun broken in pieces. i lived in the Stockton Val- The Harpes had gone from the ley, in Clinton county, or at place, but their tracks indicated, ieast lived chere at the time he that, they had gone in the diwas killed, but, in a chronicle of rection of Knoxville, from which i3Q me portion of the history of direction, they were coming, (the Harpes, which was written when they overtook the Brassels. by Col. Daniel Trabue, he The men went on from the place $5 that Tully was acquainted of the murder of James Brassel sith the wives of the Harpes, toward Knoxville, but after a and he attributes the knowledge few miles, they met the Harpes w at the Harpes, as to the where- upon the road, the Big Harpe abouts 'Cf the women, during riding a large gray horse. The the nest year, to the fact that men were convinced, that the body un- Stockton Valley, and bore with f Governor Garrard: HZtillyhad given them informa between the Department of JusHarpes were the murderers, but heretofore, and hid his "Wiley and Micajah Harpe, tice and the Food Administra.tionupon that subject. Proba-- h were afraid to molest them, as der a log. The reason or motive him the account of the murders, by who were charged with the mur- tion that licenses forgot- which had been committed ly at the time of his murder. will be revoked they were wholly unarmed, ex- for his murder is now according to Col. the Harpes, at Knoxville, and der of Langford, having, with by the latter when it is shown The Harpes made their way cept for the rifle which Dale had. ten, as Tully, while on their way from there their three wives, broke out of dealers have been profiteering. from the country of the Chicka- - The Harpes were heavily loaded Daniel Trabue's chronicle, seems to the Stockton Valley. Nathan the jail at Danville, the Govern Sugar should reach the consum.saw Indians to Stone river, in with clothing ana provisions to have had a prior acquaintance Stockton and William Woods, or authorized Josh Ballenger to er at approximately eleven cents 'Tennessee,- and thence to Knox-grill- and passed the party, in silence, with the Harpes and their wives. who were two hardy young men pursue them into the state of a pound, it was announced based Tennessee. At Knoxville but, scowling at them. They and the motive ior nis muruer residing in the Stockton Valley, Tennessee and other states, and on the ownership of the entire ithey murdered a man, whose had hid their luggage, some- probably was the knowledge, he had of them. Tully re- started immediately upon foot to apply to the executive author- domestic and Cuban crop by the ,iame was Ballard, and sank his where near the road, before that Valley, and and walked about fifty miles, to ities of such states to deliver United States Sugar Equalization iwdy.in the Clinch river, by g meeting the Brassels, but after sided in Stockton the residence of Col. Daniel them up. He also issued a proc- Board, which is selling to refinit open snd filling it with they had killed James Brassel thereafter, on the 18th day of As- Trabue, in Adair county, to give lamation offering a reward to ers at 7.28 cents a pound. Refin- atones, which would cause it to and Robert Brassel had escaped, December, 1800, the General re- him information of the fact, those who would apprehend eries are under contract with the .sink. Thereafter, leaving Knox-viU- they went back for their effects. sembly passed an act for the Tully. that the Harpes were again in these inveterate enemies of hu- board to sell at 9 cents, 2 per they started to return to Robert Brassel complained bit lief pf his wife, Christiana hus- the state. Col. Trabue immedi- man happiness, and on the 7th cent discount for cash, wholeKentucky across the Cumberland terly of the conduct of the men The act recited that her by ately called together his neigh- day of June following he ap- salers and jobbers are permitted with him, because of their re- band had been assassinated mountains, and in a short directed, that bors for consultation and assist pointed Alexander McFarland a maximum of 68c for each 100 fusal to attack the Harpss, but the Harpes and it from Knoxville, they allowed ance. One man was dispatched and brother to take charge of pounds for handling, and retaila young man, who the men were frightened and the time, which, she was for the navment to the state of early in the night to the city of them if they should be found in ers are permitted a profit of one tKES the son of one Chesley Cof glad to escape them. This mur to carry information any adjacent state." and one-ha-lf cents a pound, fey. 'Young Coffey was horse der was committed, somewhere the price for two hundred acres Frankfort To Be Continued. which her husband had to the Governor of the state of making a fair price eleven cents, ikack and was on a mission to upon the Cumberland Mountains, of land, previous to his the whereabouts of the Harpes, Swellings of the flesh caused by in except in cases where dealers a fiddle. The Harpes between Knoxville and the contracted for that he might make proclama- flammation, .cold, fractures of the have purchased at an unreason-bl- e :&iew him and smeared his brains Stockton Valley, in Clinton coun death, be extended, without the tion of the fact of their being bone, toothache neuralgia or rheuprice due to misunderstand.upon a tree, with the pretense, ty, Kentucky. The Harpes payment of any interest, until prob- again in the state. This man matism can be relieved by applying ing in the trade. When this is a that young Coffey's horse had were evidently intending to December 1st., 1810. It is carried with him the affivadits BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. fact, a reasonable advance above was at this time, ram. against the tree and dashed avoid the Wilderness road, and able, that it Rus- of the two young mto, Stockton It should be well cubbed in over the the actual cost will be permitted. out his brains as the cause of his the counties of central Ken- that the Harpes came into affcsoi ed. Irs great healing and and Woods, with regard to the part tucky, on account of the trou- sell county, as it adjoins Clinton tde&th. penetrating p iwer eases the pain, county, and doubtless, to visit murder of Tully, and the state- re.luces swelling and restores natural When the bowels feel uncomfortatheir way from Knoxville ble, in which they had been en- the brother-in-laof Big Harpe, ment of Robert Brassel, which coudi clous. Sola by Paull Drug Co. ble and you miss the exhilarating Ntotke Kentucky line, they over- gaged during the year before who was still residing, in Rus- they laid before the Governor. feeling that always follows a copious Adv took upon the read two brothers, and their purpose was to enter morning operation, a dose of county, three or four years On the executive journal, in the CONTROL iUGAR SALES. jRobert Brassel and James Bras-dre- L Kentucky, at a great distance sell will set you right in a couple from Danville. When the Harpes afterwards. The body of Tully office of the Secretary of State, of hours. If taken at bedtime you Robert was on horseback discovered, within a day or is to be found the following Active control of sugar prices get its beneficial effect after breakAwl vnamed, but James was arrived in the Stockton Valley, was fast next .day. Sold by Paull Drug apMt f ot and armed with a gun. in Clinton county, they murder- two, and about the same time, memorandum, which was made was resumed by the Government, Co. ' Ad? Th Harpse pretending to be in ed Tolly, who wta mentioned Robert Braseel arrived in the during 'the administration of through an agreement relchad ON ADAIR WHMmmmmmmmmmm m mr mil i nr at ur in m m m m CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES. m m m m m m m m m am now receiving and offering to the public an immense line of and Dan-vif(- e, CLOTHING, SHOES DRY GOODS Which you want a suit, am selling at the shortest profits. or a fitting pair of shoes, call at my store. n. For Nice Dress Goods, the Ladies Should not Miss my Place of Business. m m how-.eve- WOODSON LEWIS m re-dat- es GR.EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. mmMMMMMMmmwMmmmmmmm m WMmmmmmmwiwmmmmmm i - e, cut-itin- e, dis-tan- ce ed -- Jn w HER-BIN- E -- "CSS s.. ar' I THE ADAIR COTJNTY NEWS JUNIORS PLAN TO 8E BROTHERS UNO SISTERS TO WORLD CHILDREN The RELIEF MEASURES FOR COMING YEAR ouisville Trust Cffi LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Miinor'.Dollara. Acta as Executor, Administrator, Guardian. Agenti Ccmmitteerand Trustee, and cia 7Jj:t as such in any County in thelState. Pays 3 per cent' per Annum on Time Deposits. JOHN ST1TES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G. STIT3, Si t' brothers and slaters to children of the world what the school boys and girls of America are going to be called from now on. The Junior Membership department of the Red Cross has a plan which will gather them all Into this relationship. Even the smaller kiddies will be included. In central Europe' 200,000 children are starving 75,000 are hungry and homeless in Petrograd alone. Sixty per cent of the membership fees are to be sent to National Headquarters jfor a National Children's Fund to relieve suffering throughout the world. In America, In smaller numbers, there are children in need of help. These unfortunates are not to be forgotten while the orphans of France and Belgium ars receiving aid. The remaining forty per cent of the Junior fees, as well as any additional money raised by the school children, is to be expended for community activities. Under this head there are many classes. Crippled children are to be found In almost any town, and the Juniors will help them to buy crutches or artificial hands and legs. Little folks in need of hospital or medical care will have American Red Cross Juniors ready to foot the bills if the fathers aren't able to pay the expenses. Junior auxiliaries vrlll try to furnish diversion for the children who live in orphanages and for the shut-inThe Ideal of the organization is to establish international understanding and good will among all children; to provide motives for purposeful school activities, and to carry out ideals and habits of service. LITTLE TOLD BY RED GROSS exhaustive reports countries, the American Red Cross can define fairly well the foreign relief program for the ensuing year. It is now clear that in the rehabilitation of nations and countries devastated by the war, the problem of vitalr ity and the building up of takes the first place in Red Cross act ivities. Further, it is evident that the feeding of foreign peoples, as well as general material relief is not a field which can be assumed by the Red Cross. There remains, however, the problem of sickness and disease, and particularly a diminished and weakman-powe- FOLLOWING Commissions UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Phone, 29. Office Phone, Columbia, Ky ICOHMBHBBac Residence 168. J. F. TRIPLETT, ened child population, which none of the countries of Eastern Europe is in a position to meet with its own resources, but where the American Red Cross is in a position to offer indis- f If pensable aid and service. Recognizing these facts, the Red ! Cross effort in Europe during recent 11 months has been concentrated more and more on establishing and extending through the countries of Eastern Europe, as well as Siberia, a constructive health service, looking not only mmnmimfflmmfflmfflm in iimimifflfflmmiimmn; m . m OxyAcetylene Welding . ...... mm Wv nr "' w Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and we f j: will save vou monev. We weld cast iron, brass,, bronze., Vt , , . nr cupper, dim m oiuer kiuw ui meuu. TIF m AH Urades of Machine Work w m nr s. NEW EDUCATIONAL X B K IHe, B H AlwaysWelcome wALU iwl c I BAKING POWDER it "You little rascal played along the way, didn't you? Kept grandma waiting! Oh well, it's sll right. Because Ifjl 1 II llllll mil I Wk H H H is always right. It's worth waiting for. Always wel- come. Never shirks its work. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I know it's pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such ingredients as have bea: approved officially by the U. S. Food You save when you buy you save wlien you use it. I II j ) 1 H m H B H IDEAS ANNOUNCED II H H I I II 11 I I I III 1 1 1 III II II III III II iill Q llll BH H "j444ltllll lm Red Cross will be concerned with two new phases of education. The first is the internationalization The other is of general education. the providing of scholarships for children of disabled soldiers, sailors and marines who wish to attend schools of Inter-relationsh- WITH the opening of the term this fall the fby the people. And their au thority is small. The result, is that the State gets little from All of the candidates for imthe Superintendent of State Inportant office in Kentucky this struction, and the counties get year are manifesting a commend- very little from the county superintendents. able interest in the improveLet every citizen of Louisville, ment o public education in the where we are familiar with a State, but there is a lack of a good school system, think of definite program. And yet the what this means. Suppose we had a law providing that our suthings that should be done first perintendent of city school are so plain that there shoulk be could only secure office by joinno difficulty in naming them. ing a political party and getting In attempting to discuss the himself nominated and elected educational needs of Kentucky for a term of four years, with the Evening Post finds it an additional proviso that a good necessary to- say the same things man culd not be no over and over again. We fear matter how excellent his work that we have little that is new to may have been. Is there any present. What we will now say, one who doubts that such reguwe have often said before. But lations would very largely destroy as yet there has been no crystali-zatio- n our school system? And yet we of public sentiment in the are tamely submitting in KenState. We must needs point out tucky to a system that makes again and again the obvious de- real improvement in the country fects of our existing system, schools almost impossible. even if we expose ourselves to The things that should be done the charge of repeating some- first do not, therefore, admit of thing that has been "one hund- argument. The first thing to be red times made plain. " done is to submit an amendment At present in the State of to the State Constitution permitKentucky we have a State Su- ting the Governor to name some perintendent of Instruction, who real expert in education State Sumust be nominated at a direct perintendent at a good salary, primary and elected at a regular with permanency of employment election for a term of four years, assured. The next thinp- - is to and he is made ineligible for re- give that officer some real au- election, although it is obvious tnonty. Tne tnird thing is to that no man can learn the duties so arrange matters that the of the offiice in much less than county superintendents shall be that time. The salary attached appointive officers, and shall have is, we believe, $2,500 a year. some authority in selecting the teachers for the country schools. The powers of the officer are very Until these things are done we small, and his duties are largely need not expect lasting improvestatistical. ment in our county schools. And Again, when we come to in order that we may know how great are our educational needs county school superintendents, the Legislature must appropriate the law most unwisely provides $25,000 for a survey of our that such officers must be elected -- chools. Louisville Post. Education In Kentucky. re-elect- ed the Federal Board for Vocational Education. of naThe closer tions, resulting from the war, is making necessary, among children everywhere an understanding of the social, industrial and commercial situations as they exist now and as they will bo apt to develop. The teacher who keeps in touch with Junior Red Cross activities will have, this fall, a monthly bulletin that will contain true stories of conditions and incidents over the world and will make her geography and history lessons as live and interesting as a motion picture. These bulletin stories and articles are specially prepared to give a basic understanding of the world as it is in the process of change today. In order that fatherless boys and girls may have an education that will fit them for taking care of the family dependent upon them, the Juniors will try to provide a scholarship for the use of the orphans of men. who have died in service An Innovation in school courses this year Is First Aid, which will be taught, by physical directors and other teachers who have taken the course and have Qualified as an instructor. toward relief in the immediate situaWejarefprepared to do all kinds of machine workr no HP tion but also toward the establishment If! of permanent health service built on t matter how large or small. national foundations in each country concerned. w The medical and surgical supplies of all kinds made available for use by m the Red Cross by a recent Act of H Congress at once enable the Red Cross m to plan this effort in medical relief on i WeTare fullv eauinned to do all automobile and tractor iU a broad, comprehensive and construc7 tive scale. The ?15,000,000 asked by ff work and guarantee satisfaction on alii work. the Red Cross in the Third Roll Call, . 1??' ." will be devoted, thereNovember I! m- fore, largely to the administration of this program and making effective jj! & the distribution of materials derived from surplus Army supplies. The maMachinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile terials for general relief to be admin- m istered in addition to and in connection m Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. with the above will be obtained large- m ly from supplies now in the possession of the Red Cross, or will be covered Jfl CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. W by small expenditure where purchase may prove necessary. This program permits not only a mfflfflfflmmmHnnmmmffliifflifflnnifflifflfflfflfflinm definition in scope of the work to be carried on, but a limitation in time, Residence Phone 13 B Buslnsu Since presumably a period of one year. At the expiration of that time the work of the Red Cross abroad will have been DR. N. largely rounded out, and activities conon a program of service to centrated Americans. Auto and Tractor Repairing 1, Kearns Burkholder Machine Shop j" w AUCTIONEER Business Solicited J. MURRELL DENTIST Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BTs?y up Stairs. BABIES NEVER TASTED MILK and economic not the only face the new repubIn lic of attempting to build up a democracy, fashioned after that in the United States, one of its most serious prob lems .is an alarming mortality rate, especially among women and children. Statistics of the American Red Cross ADAIRland ADJOINING COUNTIES POLITICAL Czecho-Slovakl- a. J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. Columbia, - Kentucky The Young Old Boys. show Silesia deaths in 1917 exceeded births by over 20,000. Figures for 1918, not yet completed, will show a larger mor- that in Bohemia, Moravia and L. H. Tone Veterinary Surgeon and tality. "This whole condition," the Red Cross commission reports, "is due to of mothers and children. In its investigation the American Red Cross found that many children have never tasted milk not even mother's milk, as the women were too weak to nurse their babies. Seven year old children have the physical proportion of five, and ten year olds have the growth of a normal ER OF THE BE A seven year old." Cross has organized a sysThe JUNIOR RED CROSS tem ofRed kitchens throughout the soup country, through which it hopes to American school, whether save the lives of thousands of mothers and children. The rumor of a sign be public, private or may have a Junior Red with the American flag and the Rejl Cross over an old shack or a hastily CrosB auxiliary. Membership in the Junior Red Cross constructed hut Is enough to make may be obtained by applying to th-- women of these foreign countries walk soup. nearest Red Cross chapter. As soon miles for a ration of as the school enrolls as an auxiliary, every .boy and girl in that school be- POLISH WOMEN GARRY OUT comes a member of the Junior Red under-nourishme- ANT A. R. C. HEALTH PLANS Membership fees depend upon the size of the school. The yearly fee for as many dol each school 1b American Red Cross Is pupils in the school. lars as there are conducting operations The Junior membership attxjliary fee seventeen European councol'is a school fund, not a sum to be tries. In Poland the govlected from Individual pupils. Somo ernment is taking over certain parts auxiliaries raise their money by sales of the American Red Cross activities Others or school entertainments. bo that the Red Cross can move into have "sacrifice boxes" where cand new fields of relief work. The policy money is contributed to the Red Cross of the American Red Cross is to estabfund. lish relief activities wherever great The chapter school committee re- need exists, then to encourage local ceives the money from the school. agncies to take over the established Sixty per cent is forwarded to Nation- work and carry it on. al Headquarters for the National Chila personnel of a hundred, the one-fourt- Cross. h THE dren's Fund, and forty per cent retained for neighborhood relief work. THE THREE PURPOSES OF THE JUNIOR RED CROSS. To Join American children In service for needy children at home and overseas. To give American children a chance to learn the satisfaction of unselfish service. Ts bring about understanding among children of all countries, With Red Cross has been making great inroads on the typhus epidemic and has enlisted the aid of 300 Polish personi nel, mostly young women who have taught the rudiments of Ameri- the parade on schedule. One been can ideas of hygiene. After a few months, the Americans in many places saw in the delegation from each were able to leave the work of sanitashowing by stooption to Polish units. The American state veterans Red Cross has supplied modern stoam ed shoulders, furrowed brows sterilizers, 30 mobile laundries, 50,000 fiat irons, portable baths and many car- and whitened hair the story of loads of clothing, bedding, and hospiof their long lives, There have been repeated statements made that the men of the Grand Army, grown old and weary, would step aside and let the younger veterans take over the patriotic work of their organization. That idea has been accepted by many as reasonable and quite probable. But no one who saw these hardy old veterans march through the streets of the city Wednesday got any impression from their appearance that they intended to step asideand let anyone else take charge. We make the prediction that the Grand Army of the Republic will hold numerous encampments in the future, continuing, the work themselves for many years. More and more .must needs ride each year, the weight of years making the long" walks impossible, but to consent to have that famous organization surrend er to the burden of age is not in the hearts of the merry thousands who braved the rain and the heat Wednesday to complete Ceaibi Special attention given Diseases vl& Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 114 1 mile of town, cas roacL-Phon- Jamestown G. e Columbia, Ktc- - Dr. Elam Harris OFFICE 1W. ResfdenoetfSK Second Floor OFFICE: Cor. Main andlDepet 3t d OAMPBKT ,T STVTt ,T K. Gaaaw Anjjth?tiu A.lacurU j 3CST-Localap- tal supplies. f- - the burden and yet in each delegation were Jouraal. tboee so filled with the fiery ardoiState of the old days, so enthused witb the joy of reunion, of f ellowslip" once more with old comrades, that they capered, daneed and' pirouetted with the ardor if noti the grace of youth. Years may have brought but age has not takes their courage nor diminished the cheer-thmakes the heart throb "with' renewed life, when the old days are being lived over once mure. Talk of permitting the Grand Army of the Republic to stop to give up the fight, to cease its patriotic worker Never, while a hundred of tW-olboys remain to foregather frieodebip. Oiu and renew bwr--de- ns, at d . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iflair urged in an individual minority made and held a large circle of " Pablisbed On Wednesdays. report filed with the Senate" by friends wherever he was known. On my return home it was my Senator McCumber, republican, pleasure to spend a couple of fil Golanv6ia Kentucky- of North Dakota, next in rank days in your city. I met many J.E.MURRELL, Editor. on the Foreign Relations Com friends while there, but many I - - Mcr. mittee to Chairman Lodge. did not get to see. My time M7S. DAISY HAMLETT. McCumber denounced most of was too short, my visit incomDemocratic netrfpaperderoted to the l&tereit majority amendments as plete. No one enjoys a friend tbeCltr of Colombia tad tbt peopla of Adair the more than I do, no one hates to "selfish, dishonorable, and imaad rdjoinlng coBBUea, part from them worse than, mymoral," and 'Charged they are self, but it seems that the best as second Entered at the Columba' seeking to "isolate the United of friends must part or at leasts !ss mail matter. States from the rest of the world it happens. On my arrival home Lwas at once at my post of duty WED. SEPT. 24, 1919. and abandon our allies." .and have had no idle time since. ,The season has sufficiently adFarm for Sale. Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone vanced to report what is in sight tLSOperycr. for our farmers in this part of All, Zones beyond 2nd$2.00 perfyear On Tuesday, the 30th day of SepSubscription due and Payable In Advance All the country. Cotton about one-hatember, 1919, we will sell to the highof a crop, corn, late plantest bidder, the farm known as the ing, from the middle of June to The death list in the storm at Jennie Smith farm, lying near Cane the 10th of July, is splendid Corpus Christi, Texas, is esti- Valley, on the upper Greensburg road, where got sufficient work, but it mated to be between 300 and containing 101J acres, more or less. much of it was neglected by the On it is a good dwelling and all neces500. The property loss, needs of the hay fields. All in sary outbuildings, very good orchard all it is much below the average and splendid water. This farm is year. Our first .hay crop was Ui miles from Columbia, and produces showers, between This office is now at work on well. Will also sell one buggy and harvested damaged and some the ballots for the November harness, seven stacks of hay, 13 head much of it entirely lost, bufrthe second and election. Every Democrat in the of cattle, all young except one milch third cuttings have been hanimity should get busy, and not cow. In the lot there are 9 dled under ideal conditions and stop until he has cast one of the steers. 9 head of sheep, 2 horses, 1 the fourth now ready is as prom 3 years old. This sale will take ising. The yields have been ballots with the X under the mule, place on the farm, and terms of sale splendid and prices are good rooster. will be made known on day of sale, with no signs of a weak winter which will commence at 10 a. ra.. market. It may sound fishy to If a Democrat is hesitating beC. H. Squires,. many of your readeas, but its cause he is opposed to the acts J. P. Cundlff, hay harvest here from first of of some men while they were in B. C. Hancock, May till November. I have nevoffice, he should consider that Representing the Heirs. er Eeen any country half the the man who displeased him is equal to this when it comes to Notice of Election. filling barns with fine hay or not the Democratic party. The where it produces so much in so principles of the Democratic Notice is hereby given that a poll short a time. Why any man party have not changed. will be opened and an election held in will pas3 judgment on a country Ten thousand people attended White Oa Voting Precinct, No. 9, on he has never seen or measure a by the worst he has heard the opening of the Democratic November 4th, 1919. it being the Regu- state will is founded in p ejudice or ignocampaign at Hopkinsville last lar Election Day.to ascertain the of the voters on the question as to rance or both is my opinion. So Saturday. The immense crowd whether or not they wish cattle, or the horrors of this section as was enthusiastic, and the cam- any species thereof, horses, mules, painted by the home knocker paign is now on in earnest. Gov. hogs, sheep, goats or stock of any and fails to appear to me. I find it Black's speech was published in all kinds, to run at large on the pub- a most pleasant place to live. lic highways or uninclosed lands in We like the summer so far and the Louisville Courier-Journhave not suffered from heat, as said precinct. and Times. much as in our old Kentucky Witness my hand this September home. The real estate market The police force of the city of 2nd, 1919. has been active at various times Boston struck. Immediately af- ' Attest S. C. Neat Clerk, Adair this summer and many farms 46 4t ter they took action the Mayor County Court. have been sold. I can not see a of the city struck, and out went single reason why this rich, lev the entire force for good and al Farms Tor Sale. el land, in an ideal part of the ways. A new set of men with country, will stay at anything more sense than the first lot are 120 acres; $2,000 worth timber, 90 like present prices and I have now doing the patrolling in that acres in cultivation. Just roiling not discovered a disadvantage city, while the old set is power- enough to drain well. Lime soil, deframe house, barn 48x48; all that WQuld render it almost less and can do nothing but cuss necessary outbuildings and cellar. lightful place for a home, or their luck. The Mayor is deterfields, condition that would be annoy Entire farm fenced in mined that a set of law breakers mostly with woven wire. ing to anyone who would like to shall not longer disturb the Fine grain, stock and dairy farm make a home here. In fact it 88,500. peace of Boston. looks better to me all the while 100 acre3, 55 acres in cultivation, 45 and I have never regretted my Active work is now going on acres timber; on mail route. Level to house, removal as well as I like to be in Kentucky in an effort to cut rolling. Limestone soil. with my old friends of so many down the high cost of living. It barn 36x44, with sheds, all under fence; 18 acres corn, that will make years gone by. It gives me is high time, as many traffickers 50 bushels per acre will go with this pleasure to state that another are engaged in robbing the con farm if bought before it is harvested. good citizen and one of the very sumers. Thousands of men have $7,500. county, gotten rich by hoarding when We have numerous'other farms for best farmers in Adair Mr. J A. English, bought a everything was much cheaper sale. Write us for information. splendid farm here a few days Harvey, Fisher, Pate Co. than it is now, and at this time ago. He is a close observer, a Georgetown or Crandall, Ind. are charging four or five times man who knows land and appremore than their hoarded stuff ciates location and markets, and West Point. Miss. cost them. They should be run I believe will prove the worth of down. good judgment and foresight to Sept. I6th, 1919 many of his If there was ever a time when Editor The News, ' year passes. friends before the He is welcomed to the Democrats of .Adair county Columbia, Ky. our section by the many enterand also the entire State of KenIt has been quite a while since prising men who are here from tucky should be diligent it is now. I contributed to your news colThe election is approaching and umns and while this may appear Old Kentucky. I do not feel like closing this every voter who favors the elec- a matter of indifference on my tion of Gov. Black over E. P. Mor- part, I assure you that many letter without expression of ,approval to my old associates who row should be at the polls. Do not things have contributed to my are still pushing the work on the conclude that Black will be elect- delay. I was called to Eastern road I love and left, namely, ed and remain at home on the Virginia the latter part of July Burton Rridge. My friend, G. day of election, every vote will to be with my Dear old Father M. Stevenson, took me over it in his last illness. I thank you while I was there. To see as be needed. It is the Eanguine for your short tribute of respect many teams and men on the job voter that often does more harm which appeared in your paper, as was out at work that day and than good. Therefore, if you are and while not so well known in the splendid road they were a Democrat make up your mind that community, yet; no eulogy building made me feel more than to support the State ticket in you could give would overpaint good.' I stated to those on the his real merits. A man of con ,work "I began it you must finthe coming election. victions, discreet, courage, he ish it', I left it you are to enjoy lived an upright and honorable it." It was my ambition to get Rejection of all proposed life and died a peaceful and that road through. to the. Casey to the German glorious death. I loved him as county line and then on to Glasamendments peace treaty and modification of a true father and for his many gow. Its worth doing and cheap Post-offlc- Goarvty Nevtfs the "strong" reservations, are noble traits of character that RXsuoaeattEamaD. ju i .cfH.ormry r THE .ffipjJL ISZir't-r&-L high-classinjippearance- and CAR e lf The Ford Sedan is ap- gggi pointments. The seats are restful, andjeeplypholster-e- d with cloth of high quality. Large doors giveconvenjent entrance on either side; plate glass windows make it a "g closed car for inclement weather, and give fresh air when Sopen. With high quality in appearanceand equipment ? there is the simple' and safe control in driving. A wo- man's car a family car for every day in the year. Ford Sedan, $775 f. o. b. Detroit. " " The parties listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. ed as regular service stations: Therefore, they have been appoint- A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. THE BUCHANANLYON CO., Incorporated COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY ? ). - al 10-ac- 48-inc- h 47-- 3t 444444444444 4444444444444 4 m 4 WHERE II K Y 4 4 4 4 4 4 YOUR 4 4 4 4 4 Clothing, Caps 4 Hats, 4 4 4 Gloves, Shoes etc. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 LADIES' 4 UNDERWEAR 4 4 4 DRESS 4 AND 4 GOODS. NOTIONS. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 All Wool Cotton Blankets 4 4 4 4 Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray 4 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444 4444444444444 -- ., ' Phone No. 12. Next Door to The Adair County New Office. -- at what it may cost. I suggest- - j ghorfc make the district the unifc ed to some-o- f my friends, while of action instead of the county. there, that your representative, This ean be done and not interMr. T. R. Stults, and your sena- fere with the spirit and operator, Mr. James Garnett, unite tion of the present road law. If when they "get there" and' do a district wants good roads it some legislation in the interest should have the power to build of road building. I suggested them, if willing to pay for same they secure the passage of a and the ones that do not want law permitting the magisterial them need not worry. I hold to districts of the counties to build the belief that no section should their" roads without or with the deprive or prevent another from approval of, other .districts. (ln advancement. Tha legislation I K suggested is in operation in many or cne states ana giving good results. This is a suggestion worth considering and a de- parture that will put the pro- gressive districts where they are entitled and not at the expe nse of others. that do not want improvement. With best of wishes to The News and to my many friends, Lcloee. - v G. S. Harris. ADAIR wm county news SAYS NEIGHBORS Point, Miss., with the view of buying land. . FINE FARM AT AUCTION. To teS08S$$$ Tf: S&&gDK&53 ' Mrs. Jo Wilkersoo, of West'. Virginia , is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. GIVEN SURPRISE BY THE CHANGE. Couldn't Understand Remarkable Improvement Trutona Wrought Woman IS YOUR LIFE & T Stults. settle the estate of the late McElroy. wa wil sell on premises to the Highest bidder, on W. W. the Mrs R. E. Tandy, of Georgetown, Ind is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. INSURED? If IUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th, AT 10 A. M. T. Stulte. Mr. S. E. Blakeman, who is a good friend to the paper, was here from Milltown Saturday. WOOD HILL STOCK FARM Containing About 375 Acres of Rich Land This farm is generally conceded to be one of tha finest and best in part of KenMarion county and the equal of the very best in McElroy family for perhaps a hundred tucky. It lias been in the years and is now offered for sale for the first time. It has been used for a generation as a stock farm and is noted as the home of G vernor Wood jacks Except for some 10 or 12 acres in tobacco, 30 acres in corn and a ew acres in other crops, the. whole place is, and has been for Avers. tis 5V0 Years in Blue Grass two-story frame, metal roof dwelling and On the farm is a spleudid many outbuildings, including a large tobacco and several stock barns. All of the buildings are in good condition, and the whole farm is under good fence. There is an abuudance of water; in fact, it is one, of the best watered farms in the county, there being several large ponds in addition to other never failing sources of supply. Wood Hill Stock Farm is situated on Barbour's Mill turnpike about 5 miles from Lebanon and 3 miles from Springfield The neighborhood is unexcelled and its closeness to both Lebanon and Ssrlngfield makes it convenient to both markets. Murray left morning for the Louisville and CinOwensboro, Ky., Sept. 23. "My S cinnati market. neighbors who know the condition I Miss Christine Nell, Gradyville, vis- was in, before I began taking Truited. Miss Catherine Nell the latter tona, are surprised to see me working part of last week. again,'' Mrs. Fannie Grundy, O Mrs. Zelpahi Wheat left for Savannah Owensboro woman of G16 Trip Ga , last Wednesday morning where let street, said recently. "I'm cer she teaches in the High School. tainly grateful for this new tonic, for - A. Mr. and MrsR. Feese, Cane it has given me more relief than any Valley, visited their daughter, Mrs. other medicine I've ever taken and I've tried most all of them," she addRay Conover, last Wednesday. Mr. Albin Monday well-know- n i JX 5K Not Why Not INSURE With th& . UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE 36 TZ COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. We sell the best for the least money. 1 See PT-in- G. T. oA.r STUliTS, flgerpt, rm iimria. vv f 31: MissOla brother The Farm Will be Offered in Two Tracts and then as a Whole Tract No. 1, on which are the Improvements, Contains about 225 acres. Tract No. 2, on which are a tenant house and barn, Contains about 150 acres. This sale offers an exceptional opportunity to buy one of the most de sirable farms in this part of the State, whether for stock raising, crops or renting. If purchased as a whole it can be nicely divided into several smaller farms shouid the purchaser so desire. Possession will be given January 1, 1920, but seeding privileges will be allowed this fall. Anyone wishing to see the place or desiring any further information concerning it is invited to call on H. J Parrott, on the farm, or either of the undersigned, o years. My bowels were in very bad Mr. Ray Hobson, Campbellsville, would be severely con was here a few days ago. He was born condition. I stipated for three or four days at a years ago. here about twenty-nin- e time and then, when I'd take some Mr. Leslie Allen, of Bessamer, Ala , harsh laxative I'd have a hard time arrived one day last week, to see his to check the bowel action. Naturally parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Allen! - latter's Wilson is visiting W. H. Wilson, and Mr. wife, Campbellsville her ed. "1 had been troubled with ulcera the tion of the stomach for the past 20 Bfejtirect from the TTtsCZfy. -- Mrs. E. S. Crume, of Elizabethtown, mother of Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, is visiting her daughter and grand-children. Miss Louise Tucker, a mission of Louisville, was here last She went from here to Russell Springs. Mr, L. P. Long, of Gair, Russell county, who has daughter's in the Lindsey- - Wilson, came over last. Wednesday Mr. J. H English, of Guthrie, Okla., is visiting his brother, Mr. R. S Eng lish and other relatives in Adair county. Mrs. Personal Property. At the same time and piace we will also sell between about ld Shropshire ewes, several good milk cows and calves, 15 head of nice heifers, 1 registered Aberdeen Angus cow, l reg mare, 1 y curling horse istered Aberdeen Angus heifer, 1 1 jennet audjcolt, 1 jennet, and a large quantity of farming immule, plements of all kinds including 1 wheat drill, seed sower and mowing machine, all as good as new, and a 4 horse power gasoline engine and cutting box with feed carrier. On real estate, one third down, balance to suit the purchas TERMS: er. On Dersonal property, sums $25 00 and under, cash: over that amount six months note wit h interest from date, with approved security 30 and 40 head of 5 good fat steers, Stanley McElroy, Allen McElroy, Oliver Kelley CAPT T W SIMMS, Auctioneer, Lunch Served Executors. WORTHMORE BRAND ONE PIECE OVERALLS The Worthmore Suit NO 'BINDING is the only logical garii ment for comfort, neat SUSPENDERS appearance, and hard .SEAMS ry use. The cloth is of sup1TRIPLE erior quality, all seams STITCHED are lm.9 every detail has been 'if 7BRASS considered and perfect BUTTONS S?gTXsatisfaction is assured. RIVETED f f It allows freedom of reinforced Us STRAi u tja i. movement and protects triple-lock-stitche- FREE CIRCULATION : m OFAUJ FROM NECK Laura Ritchey and Miss Allene Ritchey, of Burkesville, arrived at the home of Mrs. John Lee Walker last Thursday. Mr. John McFarland and wife, tion of the State, and he therefore, Jamestown, visited at the home of handed in his subscripton for a year. Mr. W. T McFarland a day or two of Mr. John S. Grissom, wife and boys, of Braman, Okla , arrived last last week. j Saturday to visit relatives Mr. Dr. P. H. Conover and wife,of Eliza- Grissom, is a brother of Mr. M. L. bethtown, are spending a week with Grissom, and he has been l'ving in the Mrs. Conover's parents, Mr. and Mrs. West nineteen years. His last visit here was five years ago. Every body G. B. Smith. was glad to again give him a cordial Mr. Fred McLean has been in Camp- shake. t-v- o became very weak. "I had been bedfast for sis weeks before I began taking Trutona. You n4fciWAftTsawrwf nar&tzz? can Imagine my surprise, when, at the end of the first weeks' treatment aiMlltBamXA't'i5?rr-- V J p-I was able to get out of bed and be&flF. WL. VK gan to do my housework again. I'm wBfiMSM'vTKW eating food now that I haven't dared 4 rrff TriirnMiirTMT to touch in the past two years. Why, I can even eat corn bread now and that is one food that used to make me very sick. I have never before given a testimonial for any medicine, but 1 feel that the public should know of the wonderful relief I've gained r from a bottle of Trutona." k M Trutona is now .being introduced 'a&6d': pS23f3iaEj353i3Jiiiia-'JJi'"--'---ROASTED and explained in Columbia at Paull & Sons, '!iieTneistcr Drug Co. Adv. 1 WAXATAN is classed as the most desirable coffee ever preWlegMmlicif,. sented to the American trade, being an. extra large, hgft uniform size. This coffee mmWwm centered herry of 10U per cent pure notmixea comes tc yoi ,iyuiiffiirowTO or di"' u it is so heavily ladened with that en. i! TROPICS-- It's Fit for the KINGS, . WmumBr'fYt 1 lu-p?m- ironical flavor. Tjossessine sucb !e- licious fragrance and aroma thatit.J urate --, justly be termea tne ' 1 tk TSkacV. U Z A CTIDDCMP VUC WUS VJ. c'j? jk.. . I wmWmmMZt ujzjm' VA rJrJr$ JTFi.i mm . TRY IT. one-dolla- A wir , ifiiLMi EXCLUSIVELY. BY Louisv;'re.. C. Kz' TayIor,Green and Adair Counties by R. Campbellsville, Ky. Represented in Borders Community Plate Silverware. Like all Community Plate, the Adam design is finished with the heaviest of silver "plate, and each spoon and fork extra protected at the wearing surface by the Community overlay-dispure silver, practically wear-prounder all conditions of ordinary household service. c, ot jdfur i FEET If A ft . d, MpftJ-- a ft i altim - w :jmYr iS 1 uTtL wit tSlJw m XU 3 fho rtToaror pmrmlpfAlv POINTS ECONOMY They are better They are cheaper The one piece suit is here to stay, the same as in underwear all progressive dealers have them. Our guarantee goes with every garment. ii r Hi!' fw:) bellsville for two weeks past, assisting Mr. R. K. Young, who met many of the circuit court clerk the present his friends during the two days he term of the Taylor circuit court. spent in Columbia, left for his home, Mr. A. B. Collins and wife, of Aber- West Point, Miss., last Wednesday deen, Tex., are visiting at the home morning. He was accompanied by his of Mr. G. M. Stevenson. Mr. Collins mother, Mrs. Jo Young, of Cumberis a native of Russell county. land county, and his sister-in-laMrs. Ermine Hutchison, mother, Mrst Marvin Young, this place, who of J. P. and C. R. Hutchison, was will spend several weeks in the South. alarmingly ill several days of last week. She is quit an old lady. wanted. Mrs. W. S. Feese and daughter, Lucile, and Mrs. Willie Lee Snider, of Somerset, spent the latter part of Reliable young women with good last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. common school education to take Feese, training in my two forty bed hospitals, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wells of Irish one at Liberal Kansas and the other at Bottom, Cumberland county, visited Hutchinson, Kansas. Both hospitals at the home of Dr. W. F. Cartwright last week. Mrs. Wells is a sister of new of modern brick and tile construction and the most the doctor te The only Silver Plated ware with an unqualified Guarantee that is by the actual test of seventy years. Roger Bros YOUNG, '"1847" li hacfcseJ L. E. Jeweler, - Columbia, - - . Kentucky, DRY CLEANING and DYEING.. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post ri Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- d. . GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. - Distributed by J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Incorporated Kentucky. Louisville Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders Campbellsville, Ky. Mr. Stanley Epperson Judge H. C. Baker, Miss Sallie Baker, Mrs. W. D. Jones, and Herschel ers maintained. Salary for first year Baker Jones have just returned from $12 per month with board, room and a pleasant visit to relatives in Danlaundry. None but competent and ville and Monticello. Mrs. Vara Butler, the widow of the conscientious girls need apply. Write late D. H. Butler, of Louisville, is vis- for application blanks to me at equipment. Competent corps of teach- SWISS CLEANERS ANO DYERS - LOUISVILLE.KY., 617 FOURTH AVE. Known all over America. Tobacco Land 260 for Sale. iting in Columbia and out in the "Hutchinson county. She stopped at the home of Kansas." Mr. Josh Butler. 46-4t n, Hospital, Hutchinson, 1 spent several PERSONALS Mr. days of last week in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Wilcoxiu attended the State Fair several days. Curt Bel', of Red Lick, was here Mrs. I. J. Christmas, Glasgow, is Friday. visiting the family of O. C. Hamilton. Mr. R. C. Borders, Campbellsville, Mr. W. R. Walker and wife, Nell, was here Thursday. were shopping here last Fxlday. Carl Ballou, Rowena,. visited this Mr. N. B. Miller will leave this week place last Thursday. on his return ,to Buffalo, New York., Mr. Ewing Stults and arrived Jast Friday,. wife,.Louls-vill. e, 1. . Mr Hugh M. Noe, Stanford, made his regular trip :to Columbia last ,, Mr. Wafter Sullivan spent dayfcjajjjpisf itle last waek.x aewv Thursday Mr.-W- : f , , ..-,-- . HTJGin!h8 jpne to''Wegfe with the Hani's SaIts. la acres of good Burley tobacco aunts, vets 1 pounded xor toe land for Sale. It is 9 miles from I itch, Bcieas, Etnjf TmKm.am& T. A. Jones, M. D. ' Tetter, and ' is Campbellsville, in Taylor county. Iti gist on the eiztet znaa&eftH& Mr. Wiley Long, the grandfather psrc&aM price, c irSJ ta the will be sold in lots of 50 acres or more, of Misses Long who are in Lindsey-WilsoHouse and Lot for Sale. TttTTh riiiiiiM Address was over from Russell county atrcrTik rscMfetmBjrftF' Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, a few days ago. Also his grandPaull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. I have a six room cottage, in Eussell Campbellsville, Ky. f daughter, Miss Ima Long. Heights, Columbia, Ky.. for sale. Gen. Jas. Garnett, Louisville, was There is a good well of water, all neMarriage Licenses. "Are You Waiting?" here "Sunday. He left Monday for cessary out buildings, and a new e Edmonton where he had an appointthat will hold two cars. For 'inCounty Clerk Neat has issued the ment to speak in the interest of the apply or write me. If you want the correct rtiing in? following marriage licenses since our Democratic ticket in the afternoon. formation Ladies coats, coat suits dresses,, Barney Rasner. last report. Mr. J. H. Young and Mr. Gordon skirts, Blouses, we've got 'em ax Ky Columbia, James Brown to Gertrude Scott f! heath am wnra on t.hfi TifinlRvilln I Garnett Keltner to Bessie Compton. correct prices. tobacco market last week. Mr. 47-215 Acre Farm for Sale. Russell & Co.. B. L. Harmon to Yonie Allye. Young had twelve hogshead and Mr. .f Jesse Kogers to Kosie B. Wilson. Cheatham three. It brought good lu every ,honoe where there are 4i miles north of Greensburg, Ky. prices. children there should be a botil of," Listen.!' Mr. J. Campbell, whose address Js t7ell improved,, well watered, good WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE- Fort Terry, Hew York., was In Cclum-biala- limestone soil, 20 aeree first bottom soap 10 cents, 3 cakes for Icde8tres worms asd acts as a Palmolive Wednesday, enroute to James-tow- land. - ' ..-'- " Tal29c, Palmolive Toilet-waters- , fa'the debilitate. sjkew.v. Seki yx. to see his sister, a Mrs. Flana' J. O.'HodgwQreenaburgj'Ky' Powders, Lip Bo(neetc cums, Tace . gan. Mr. Campbell wants to keep tip i Paull Drug Ce. - Tv iT .w ' 45-seUbr-tfee-ArY44-tgar-rag47-t- f. 2t st n, tekr ,nt: kcl Wptfii&gs-o- 4t f this sec- - Ji v -W '! - S 7 r il f x ,ButUCt. ' xmt & ADAIR COUNTY NEWS eration to all succeeding generaM tions of the State. At the time of the preparation Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite of this pamphlet only rough a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would draughts of the plans of the prohave pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most posed building were available, disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have but it is the intention of its proregular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. . 3 Ply $2.75 2 PJy $2.25 moters that the building shall after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were ' provide an auditorium large FLOROID 1 Ply $2.50 3 Ply $3.75 2 Ply $3.10 no good at all for my trouble. I heard enough to seat large gatherings THEDFORD'S of students and the public who Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. shall desire to attend lectures, chapel services, commencement ht exercises and enterprises intended to enhance the welfare of the Goods, Clocks, Etc. young students of the State's recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured chief institution of learning. It me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or will contain, also, rooms for acts on stomach trouble any more." debating clubs, the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. orthrdwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysFANCY GROCERIES. FRESH MEAT, STAPLE tem. This medicine should be in every household for ganizations, reading rooms, package todayc If you feel use in time of need. Get a rooms for games and amusements sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to!- -as morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. during the leisure hours of the ONE CENT A DOSE student budy, and place at their (173) disposal a building in which these manifold activities may proceed Wedded On A Stump. cheap when slavery is the price in comfortable and wholesome surroundings. of cowardice and dishonor. Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass ESTIMATED COST OF It was in Mariposa county, Cal LEAVE HERITAGE OF 'Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Eoom locality noted for trees ifornia, a BUILDING $300,000. IMMORTAL GLORY. Suits. of enormous growth. The top of It is estimated that the buildOn Flanders fields, in the a redwocd stump, smooth and Forest of the Argonne, at Cha. ing will cost three hundred thou- level as the woodmen's saw had Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries teau Thierry, in Belleau Wood, sandJKdollars for construction left it, and over twenty feet in Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. some of these are sleeping in and equipment. The site tentadiameter, was the place chosen ground that shall be forever holy tively chosen is a plot of ground We Have Just Added to theAbove Line for this wedding ceremony Decto Kentucky. Nothing can rob on the University campus in the orated with the wonderful wild Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. her of the heritage of their deeds. south eastern angle made by the flowers of the region and surNeither time nor change can dim intersection of Limestone and ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. by giant trees, no place rounded lowliest of Winslow streets; and the structhe records of the chosen could be more beautiful these who freely offered and as ture is to be modern in every 1,000 or impressive. To carry forward humanity, particular. freely gave up life for The bride and bridegroom, the for freedom, for peace, for pros the work of procuring funds for minister and fifty guests, ascend- perity, for the happiness and the memorial a general commitWILLIAM FOX PRESENTS ed a few flights of steps about lasting g of their fel- tee of fifty men and women has been chosen from all sections of six feet to the top of the stump lows. W. Hines, and found seats provided and Our government has lost no the State with Edward ample room for all. opportunity to give them Chris- former head of the State CounAfter the ceremony seats were tian burial when such was possi- cil of Defense, as chairman; an removed and dancing took place, ble; to keep records of their executive committee of eleven the musicians occupying a place deeds; to mark the spots where men, with C. N. Manning, presion the stump as well as the they fell and where they rest. But dent of the Security Trust Comdancers. Kentucky now proposes to be pany of Lexington, as chairman COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. and Professor W. E. Freeman of one of several states of the toitfB?),, SURGEONS agree that in cases of Union to give enduring vitality the University faculty as general Cuts, Burns. Bruises and Wounds, to her testimonial of pride in the manager of the campaign, has the FIRST TREATMENT is most been formed. Bulletin of the important. When an EFFICIENT courage of her fallen by estabEVERYTHING IN University of Kentucky. HENRY W. DEPP, antiseptic is applied promptly, there lishing a new covenant of faith is no danger ot miection ana the with her dead sons and daughwound begins to heal at once. For ters that shall memorialize DENTIST use on man or beast, BOROZONE is and to them in enduring form bultry Remedy 4 the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and useful purpose. k You can make 12 O "V Am permanently located in Co, gallons Buy now beet STOMACH TROUBLE The Right Angle Store Black-draug- Gent's Furnishing Black-Draug- ht Cooking Ranges and Stoves and 31 furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. Kitchen We have 1 yards of Straw Matting. Come in and see it. well-bein- THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat Night NELL & CHEATHAM, ; W?" 'WAP 'isKKssSl HKHLri. Bourbon of the AGENT. it and be ready for an emergency. Sold NAMES OF DEAD TO BE Adv by Paull Drug Co. INRCRIBED ON TABLETS. HEALING i j m poultry lHh Kentucky State Memorial. Building, of dimen-sion- s both men and Memorial Kentuckians, Ed Morrow's Chestnuts. sufficiently ample to house women, gave their lives in the all the student activivarious pursuits of that tragic in comfort In opening his campaign for and to esenterprise that humanity might ties of the institution the rotunda, tablets Governor Col. Ed Morrow devotbe free; that autocracy might tablish in bearing the names ot the entire ed a good deal of his time in disnot again menace the race and soldiers who made the cussing old Republican chestnuts the world might bea better place 'list of her supreme sacrifice, in the abiding He declared that if elected he in which to live. shall be a source of would abolish a lot of useless The record of Kentucky's part hope that it inspiration and helpfulness to offices. We have heard a good in that momentous struggle adds generations of young Ken- many candidates for Governor a new and luminous page to the the year to promise this, but we have never history not only of the Common- tuckians who shall, from year, seek education and leader- seen any of the offices abolished. wealth but of the nation a page University, and to Bradley promised it, yet when in which the story of her price- ship at the once a shrine at which he was elected he found a Reless sacrifice, the courage of her become at women of the State publican to fill every office at the immortal sons, the patriotism of men and shall bow in rever- disposal of the Administration. her daughters, will be a source henceforth Gus Wilson was very positive homage, of inspiration and pride through- ence and that the people of the State out all the years to come. Of FUNDS TO BE RAISED BY should elect him in order to get POPULAR SUBSCRIPTION. that magnificent army of men rid of a lot of them. Not a single who turned their faces, when It is proposed to supply the office was abolished, and the duty called, toward the battle funds for the erection of the people can expect nothing better fronts of Europe, that twenty-seve- n building by popular subscription of Morrow than Bradley or Wil hundred did not return, is giving to every citizen of Kenson. inspiring testimonial to their tucky opportunity to contribute candidate from Somerset historic valor in defense of the and to every section of the State The . alBO about the wasteful ex-flag and tp.e principles of free 30int ownership in its establish- - r" talks government for which their fore- ment. In the broadest sense, travagance ui iue uemocranc party. So did Bradley and Wilfathers fought; in additional therefore, it is proposed to make instead of decreasing proof, indeed, than in the Anglo-Saxo- n this building a memorial of those son, but expenses of the State they vein of Kentucky's sons Kentuckians living now, to thoie the both increased them. and daughters still courses the Kentuckians who are to come the-git of this gen-- Ed Morrow can talk until he is fctaxf of a stock that holds life after them, -- In the European war, 2,7261 To this end it is proposed Boorfna Beatify Co Lcxisgtoa. Ky. to erect upon the grounds of the University of Kentucky, a Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store tonic known n . with a 60c bottle of I.ATlfc Bonrloa Poultry Rtmtij oures ana prevents Capes, lim- DernecK, cnolera, roup and other destructive poultry diseases. At druggists, orby mail postpaid. OJ lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING Stael Fence Posts . dte and Inlay wprk a Specialty." AH Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. DEHLER BROS. Incorporated CO- - WELL DRILLER Sjee 1 1 6 Eaal Matket Street? Between first and Brooh Louisville, Ky. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Giv W. T. PRICE &Q(Q3Q6C3(-- J. C. YATES SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE black in the face about giving the State an economical administration, and nobody would believe him. He is no better nor no smarter than other Republican Governors who fell down on the same sort of promises. ty" -- vt ! We do need economy in the jfc State, but we would rather risk ? it with a successful man in busi- Is f ness like Gov. Black than with an unsuccessful business man like News. Morrow. E-To- :i COLUMBIA, INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES KENTUCKY. $ $$K$f$ $ Columbia Barber Shop ' LOY & LOWE! JJ AJSanitary Shop, where both Satlsfactiorijand Gratification aie Guaranteed. a1 Give us Trial and be Convinced. . yfc ADAiRlCCrNTY NEWS $ s&sAAAAAt4bmMM G. R. ASSERTS LIQUOR IS BEING SOLD NOW. &: iniPpiftr h)r "'n'1 . REED, J. Sherman Porter, Publicity Prohibition Federation, says such reports have been made to Collector and District Attorney. "I would like to impress the State-Wid- mu mw Ksff K..S M Man for e IK -- RW.1 tfSV: All VM eoUrJv!MSillW InblCCOS; kl;: lh"5 diiretteSpro- - FIRE and LIFE fact that the anti-tobacc- State-Wid- e Prohi- thereof them INSURANCE -- 4-- Columbia, Keutucky. AUTOMOBILE LINE B 8 8 GoMla Mail Car Ford Car and 6ampbellsville r A TT 8 V I $1.50, Round Trip, $2.75 $2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 8 8 8 8 Special Attention to Traveling Men "We have information that Solicited. Your Support saloons of Louisville, Lexington Newport and Covington still are Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. 8 Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. selling booze and drunken men 8 ) Columbia, 123 have been seen the past two E. PHONES: ) Campbellsville, weeks in all these cities. 8 "Both Collector EI wood Hamilton, of the revenue office at Twenty high school teachers number every aummer. Louis- - Louisville, and District Attorney Thomas D. Slattery, of Mays from Charlotte, N. CM attended vill Post. ville, have had these reports, I the summer school at Columbia It appears that the New York do not know how true they are, University' and, when they reFederation of Labor will not sup- ibut the police of all these cities turned for the fall term, the first port now booze is the committee from its own sold or whether can stop being not and it inact of the Charlotte Board of membership that advised a six stantly if they want to. They Education was to present them be- can not escape responsibility on with checks to cover their ex- month's truce in contests the ground that no law enforce penses. And this is a good thing tween capital and labor. This is ment legislation has been passed. for other boards of education to to be regretted. That committee The selling of liquor without a spoke the words of sober, comconsider. It is admitted, we be mon sense. And we need not license violates the ordinances lieve, that the ambitious teacher of all these towns and cities and by taking a only a truce but a peace. This the public, liberal as well as dry, gains a great deal summer course every now and country will neither be prosper- will uphold the heads of the pothen in a big university, and the ous nor happy so long as indus- lice departments in enforcing local school authorities could not trial strife flourishes. Louisville law, and it ought to be done do better than agree to pay for a Post. 1 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 bition Federation is engaged in o no movement," said J. Sherman Porter, publicity man for the fedeiation this morning. Our entire energies are being devoted to the adoption of- - the State Prohibition Amendment, regardless of the National Amendment. The State Amendment is submitted this fall and on a separate ballot, we ask the voters to remember that and to request the officers of the election to give them that ballot. "After the State Amendment is adopted, the Federation is very likely to assist in the matter of obtaining legislation at Frankfort. law-enforceme- nt uh ii r- -m meet your taste! the world at any price! 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NOE. 18 cents a package Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically sealed packages of 30 cigarettes or ten packages (200 cigarette a) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the homeoroBica supply orwhen you traveL glassme-paper-cover- I, 1 i 11 H lliiftlilSiBiiiiiiiiM ill SL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Sale- N. C. Reckless Speech. Notice of Election. The Unfortunate Class. Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, With all the misfortunes of The New York World makes Notice Is hereby given that a poll in a period 'when will be opened and an election held in this accurate summary of the deEgypt Voting Precinct, No. 14, on the prices outstrip wager, it is quite bates upon the peace treaty in regular election day, November 4th, possible that they are better off the United States Senate: whom 1919, to ascertain the will of the voters than the Day after day in the Senate on the question as to whether or not they used to envy. The woes of are the Allies with whom the United they wish cattle, or any species there the American "middle-clas3- " of, horses, hogs, mules, sheep, goats, feelingly set forth in the ManuStates was associated in a vicfacturers'? Record. torious war are attacked as or stock of any and all kinds to run at ' 'There are millions of teachers i unin- scheming scoundrels and conspir- large on the public highways or and preachers and clerks, and closed lands in said precinct. ing enemies, who are plotting to others of moderate fixed income Witness my hand this September whose salaries or whose income destroy the independence and 2nd, 1919. from investments have not insoverignty of this nation Attest. S. C. Neat, Clerk, Adair creased in proportion to the cost Amendments are proposed to the County Court. of living. They are the ones , treaty which, if adopted, could AWlAVkmTMwAW AW mmmW who are suffering most, but they . MV mmWmmW mmo AW .JPWWM tm AW Am Am Am AW RaPUPkwl Am only sow the seeds of war beMany girls fail to get very far are the ones who are doing the m MP AW Lmmm4lmmmj AW Mk AW 4W M tween the United States and gov- in this world because they lack a least kicking and complaining. BB t aEBBHBBUHMHSMi ..... IMBBH Os- ernments which a year ago the good foundation. This is. in a They are not going on strikes; United States was fighting with word, general education. Now they are not threatening to overthey are all its strength to save. a general education doesn't mean turn the government; This is in no way an overstate- a college education, not by any doing the best they can, often ment. For the last thirty days means. A college education is pinching to the extreme in order Senator Borah has been attacking indeed a fine thing but if you to make ends come together. England, Senator Knox has been can't have one the next best These are the people for whom attacking France, Senator John- thing is to educate yourself. there should be the greatest son has been attacking Japan, Keep posted on current events; syiripathy and for whose welfare Certain-tee- d and Senator Lodge has been at- form your own idea of things. the greatest effort should be tacking England, France and Read editorials and good maga- made. They are the uncomplain Japan in a fashion that would zines and good books. Don't sit ing sufferers, they are the men Certain-tee- d saves war supplies, because it is have been thought unwise as di around and wish you were a man and women who are working made of materials which have no use in war prorected against Germany while so you could do great things. faithfully .and honestly in every ducts. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, the war was in full swing. And Through reading and study make avenue of employment from that economical roofing.. the most striking feature in the your service of value to someone of the preacher of the Gospel to -m A VV.,-bSmmWk'X' Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so diatribes of these Republican and great things will come to that of the teacher of the young, " " J compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to .smmmmm&iBa the bookkeepers, and the clerks, Senators is their irresponsibility. you too. handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. and others who are not united in We all know that "the man on Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less the street" in America clings to For the sto mach and bowels disor- labor organizations and are not time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that comt his unalienable right of saying ders of babies McGEE'S BABY ELIX. trying to bulldoze either their packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. what he thinks at all times, even IB is a remedy of genuine merit. It employers or the nation." are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-teeKjjBgHHHjnUCA 9mmmrmmmmWf .f f, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof LS if he does not always stop to acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and A rather typical representajSJJfi.' mEwSBmUamVMmmmmmWtWrL MC ti" factories, office buildings, hotels, store!, J for think, if what he says is really pleasant to take. Sold by Paull tive of this class, a clerk making warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Adv. $30 a week, remarks that such what he thinks. But it is anoth- Drug Co. Guaranteed 5. 10 or 15 years, according to "between folks" as he are being thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. " iHBBEr """ tf" er thing when a Senator of the "crushed between the upper and Notice to Tax Pavers. Certain-tee- d Products Corporation United States gets up on the Office &Wareboaeiia Principal Cities of America nether millstones" of capitalistic Manufacturer of floor of the Senate and deliberateCertain-tee- d Paints Varnishes Roofing For the purpose of giving you an op. profits and wage demands of ly assails as scoundrels and plot- portuuity to pay your taxes, I or one labor, for the benefit of both. of my Deputies will be at the followters those great and proud dates given: Notice, To Tax Pajers. Goods tions with whom we have so re- - ing places onThursday, Sept. 18th. Bicycles, wage-earners, salary-worke- rs -- ' 46-- 4t Jr V W WVVW r renders a war service. J- V d EBBSLffeA&Si&O&QBmmmmmWNr ?T " m.mmmWWWW " Sporting ' cently been allied, and proposes S. M. SANDERS & CO. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ! - AV Breeding, Grady ville, Friday, Sept. 19th. amendments to a peace treaty Glensfork, Monday, Sept. 22nd. Fairplay, Tuesday, Sept. 23rd. that, if they mean anything, Milltown, Wednesday, Sept. 24th. mean that their advocates favor Keltner, Thursday. Sept. 25th. a war with a nation which still Don't fail to avail yourselfi of this BDDeifeuulty. The tax most be colft considers us its ally.- - :Loutsville taetad. Coftas SMfera S. A.O. -- books in my possesaioaj-your taxes are now due, so please call and settle. The sooner you pay, the I have the " ' better It is for all eeoceroed It. only tatces time, so pleeie settle 'wieh- - m eut'ieiay- - S5r Coctec Saeders. Sheriff Adair County - 'Cs- - K THE AD AIR COUNTY NEW8 ) -- w T 2 Days Sale v 1 .s 2 Days Sale BIG AUCTION SALE " as '": of . 4 f IN THE FAMOUS BEECH WOODS SECTION Friday, October 3rd, mKHobIEhmS mBm 10 Oclock, a. m. BliHp&ffl&s h HMflfTBf--- wBftfh K lflRflR I fTHIBKSflBWBfihj T"TrrT' rJTKIti'i a II ! R. B. Cowherd Home 125 acres, 3i miles West of Campbellsville, on splendid pike, the most elegant country home in Taylor county. Ten rooms finished m in hardwood, cabinet mantels, fine cellar, cistern,' and large, never failing spring in yard. Stock scales, M bank barn, feed barn, crib, good tenant house, grainery, servants house, a better and prettier blue grass farm is seldom found around Lexington. WhIJ fenced, and nearly all in grass 84 acrea adjoining the above, level, productive, veil watered, well timbered, well fenced, good roao on rwo sides. A great tenant proposition Everybody knows the "BEECH WOODS," the most fertile section of this part of Kentucky. But few farms in the Beech Woods have ever been on the market. This sale is a great opportunity. Get ready to take advantage of it. All these farms are in the Friendship and Ear-ley- ,s Chapel neighborhood. Known far and wide forits splendid citizenship and hospitality. Excellent schools and churches at your door, in easy reach of Campbellsville, the best school town in Central Kentucky. The soil is limestone, suited for the growth of corn, Burley to- -. bacco and Blue Grass. jhSP R. D. Bnckner 5h miles Home-16- 0 acres on Friendship pike, 8-ro5-r;o- om Terms: One third cash, and the balance in one and two years with 6 per cent interest. We have arranged with Mr. Bert L. Simms, of the Union Central Life Insurance Co., associkt ed with Kerr & Kerr, to be on the )"ground and talk five, ten and twenty year farm loans "with you. West of CampbelisvilleSpleddid house, 2 barns, grainery, crib, tenant house, 2 chicken houses, meat house, garage, coal and dairy, wood house, never failing water, orchard, well fenced. alfK'jnHSv '53w f ..tt "&" ?f$ yKj( BBBB'fFE PVr J E'vi3.ljB I The order of sales will be as follows: Oct. 3rd, first the Cowherd's home, next Massie, and then the Buckners. 1 R. W. Buckner Home Buckner farm', elegant new 77 acres opposite 6-room ished in hardwood, large, new barn, tool house, and outbuildings, extra well fenced, well watered, finest cistern in the country. bungalow, the R. D. fin- Oct. 4th, 'Eastes home, six miles North of Campbellsville, and then the Shreve home. Horace Massie Home160 acres, on Friendship pike, 5 . miles from Campbellsville, comfortable brick residence, 2 extra good feed and tobacco barns, 1 tenant house, garage, crib, grainery, 2 dandy never failing springs, well at door, good fencing, and a very desirable home. 88 acres of fertile limestone land adjoining above tract, good tenant houe, well fenced well watered and an ideal stock farm. 7-room SATURDAY, sub-divid- ed OCTOBER 4fh, AT r other-necessa-y I O, A. n. T. J Easter Farm 131 acres, located 6 miles fron Campbellsville, one mile North of the Lebanon turn pike, near Pitman creek, and within one half mile ot the proposed "Dixie Highway," good 7 room dwelling with cellar, 2 larj?e barns, large grainery, and outbuildings. 20 acres of farm is in fine timber, containing much valuable oak, poplar, chesinto many fields with good fences, all accessible to water. tnut and beech. This is This farm is in a high state of cultivation, and is beyond question, one of the best farms in , Taylor County. The R. S. Shreve Home 75 acres 5 miles North of Campbellsville, on the Lebanon turn pike. Splendid 7 room house in beautiful lawn overlooking the turn pike, good barn and other outbuildings, 8 acres of good creek bottom, 10 acres of fine, level new ground, no better in Kentucky, 25 .acres of woodland all of whicn is first class tobacco land, abundance of water for all purposes, good orchard, good fencing, and an ideal country home. R. S. Shreve 40 acres across the pike from the 75 acre tract, good stiong land, well watered and under good fence. Farm land is increasing in value everywhere. Invest in one -; of these farms. IT WILL MAKE YOU MONEY. Do y$u knpwof a-- man who hasIpst money irrtfarm lands? Do you not know of many who have made big money buying farmlands? ATTEND THESE .SALES. Eor further information ":call on KERR & KERR, Campbellsville, Ky., who will gladly show you these farms. The safest and best investment on earth is IN the EARTH. -- , HENRY REALTY CO.; - PARIS, KY. j i x v "i 1 V.