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Foster, of Christian county, Democratic candidate tor State School Superintendent, will address the voters of Adair county, afc nest Monday, counthe Court-house- , ty court day, at 1 o'clock, p. m. He is one of the best speakers on the ticket and a large crowd should hear him. Remember the date, next Monday, at 1 o'clock, p. m. New Bank at Cane Vatiey. New Bank will be started at Cane Yalley.this county, about the first of December. The capital stock will be $15,000 and it is all subscribed. Mr. Leslie Tupman has been agreed upon for the President, and Mr. Dennis Eubank is to be the cashier. The starting of this bank and the one to open sopn at Roley, will give Adair county (six banks. The banking house, at Cane Valley is already up, the organization having nothing to buy but a safe, the books and blanks. Where to Invest. Baptist Conference. Rev. J. W. Beagle, of Georgetown and Rev. W. W. Horner, of Greens burg,, were here last Thursday and. Thursday night, meeting with tba Baptist people of this community, and explaining the object of the $75,000,. 000 drive for mission and educational purposes. Trie Conference was several different times by these gentlemen, both being forceful and entertaining speakers. This large sum of $75, 000, 000 is to be raised by the Southern Baptist throughout various States, and the speakers were confident that more than that amount would be paid. Rev. Horner intimat-ed that the local church here would be asked to give 320,000, to b8 paid in. five years, ?4,000 per year. Some members are a little doubtful as to their ability to raise the amount, while others believe that it can be subscribed with proper effort. The drive will start soon, and if the Baptist go af teethe sum in dead earnest they will be as successful as were the Southern Methodist who were called on for 80g. 000,000 and it was raised in ten days.,. ad--dre- ssed Teacher.. Last Sunday weekabout five o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Clarice Stotts, On Sunday, September 21st, 1919, daughter of the late Ed Stotts, and Mr. A. G. Todd, met with the men's Mr. Casslus Cheatham, son of Mr. class of the Christian Sunday school. and Mrs. G. B. Cheatham, Milltown, This was a happy occasion for Bro. were married at the home of the Todd, it bfcing his seventy-firs- t birthbride's mother, who lives at Bliss. day, and to again face his old class as The ceremony was pronounced by their teacher was a source of much Eld. Z T. Williams in his usual im- pleasure to him. pressive manner. Only the family It will be remembered that Bro. and a few close friends were present. Todd was teacher of Class No. 1, the The bride is one of Adair county's Adult Bible Class until nearly three best known teachers, and is a young years ago, and upon his retirement as woman of most excellent character, their teacher he was presented with a one who has many friends. a small token fine hat groom is a young stock dealer of esteem and brotherly love of this The and farmer, who is industrious and class for their teacher. He was also popular with a large circle of friends. the recipient of several nice presents For the present, the couple will last Sunday, and will ever have a make their home with the bride's place in the hearts and minds of those mother. who have met with him so often, and groom being in- was made stronger and better under Both the bride and dustrious and capable, they will have his tutorship of the divine teachings. no trouble in surrounding themselves Bro Todd is an untiring worker in with the comforts of life. the Sunday School, and delights in The News extends its best wishes. meeting his friends and giving them the glad hand of welcome and fellowShooting at Purdy. Public Sale. -- 1 Suburban Home, Farm Land, Lots Ladles come and see my new fall and Business House in and i mile of styles and Millinery. All Campbellsville, Tuesday, October 7th, colors. 10 a. m. Miss Julia Eubank. Lot No. 1. 8 room residence, bank barn, 40x40,all necessary ontbuildings, The Novelty Store. practically new, only built about 4 years. This Lot contains 45 acres Mr. A. R. Bishop has just opened Limestone land. Has well on back novelty store in the an porch. Nice young orchard and is corner room of the Jeffries Hotel. In well fenced. financiers of their locality. stock will be found all the latest Lot No. 2. Contains 26.29 acres. the books, the finest of stationery, all For Sale Cheap Some fruit, post timber and wood. kinds of nove'ties, fine cigars, cigar Well watered, all in grass. A good ettes, and choice candies, fruits, etc. One good Hamilton organ. barn, 36x40, built 4 years ago. In fact, you will find everything us ship. S. C. Neat. Lot No. 3. Contains 17.83 acres. s novelty Public Sale. I was class secretary while Bro. Nice location to build house. Plenty ually kept in a Last Monday afternoon Rurel Bur Todd was teacher, and we had enrollAdministrator's Sale. store. A supply of phonographs and ton and Charley Sinclair met at Bur- ed about forty men ranging in age water and wood. talking machines. To buy from him On Friday, the 10th of October, H Lot No. 4. Contains 27.36 acres. ton's store, Purdy, this county. Some from 25 to 70 years, and this Sunday will not make you any poorer, as he On Monday, the 6th day of October, will sell, to the highest bidder, the plenty of """tiroago they had a difficulty and the School has never had a more interest- Good orchard, fine water, selling at the shortest profits. Call 1919, County Court day, LetitiaE. following: grass. On this is is old trouble was renewed. Burton had ing class, and 1 might add, the town wood and mostly in look; no. trouble to showjgoods. Montgomery will have at Columbia One pair mule3, 6 and 9 years oldn good roofs and a shot gun which he fired at Sinclair, has never, in any of her Sunday a large old log house. Has and on the public square an auction 15 hands high. One Jersey milch cow Come to the Speaking. the shot striking Sinclair on the right Schools, had a class of men that took and is comfortable. sale of personal property, belonging 8 years old. Two 2 year old heifers located' in hand and on the left leg. He was net more interest than did this one, and Also my business house to the estate of Scctt Montgomery, will be fresh in February. One heifin Campbellsville, front of court-hous- e seriously hurt. The facts will come dol- er calf 6 month's old. 30 chickens, 20 is useless for me to say that I never it Don't fail to hear Hon. Lewis deceased. All sales less than five where I am now conducting Feed out when Burton appears for trial. All other amounts on cred ducks, 10 geese. 25 acres of corn., saw a teacher in any Sunday School Store and Flour Exchange. Fine lo walker at the Court House, Mon- lars cash. binds of fodder. One wagon and it of three months. Cash or note There is a stray lamb at my place. that took more interest in his class cation, convenient for this kind of than did Bro. Todd. We can say for business or many other things like day October 6th in the Interest with good surety before property re- bed; one set of good harness; one It is a male and will weigh about 85 moved. Among other things to be wheat drill; one corn drill, five ews. this class, and we know full well that Livery Stable or Garage. pounds. of the Repuclican Ticket. sold is rent corn now in field on the Other farming tools, set of black-the Christian Sunday school in generW. W. Brock man, Joppa, Ky. Also my lot with 5 room residence by smith tools., Four stands of bees Scott Montgomery farm cultivated al can say the same, that Bro. Todd and blacksmith shop on same, located The pie supper at Jay Bird last Farmer's Union Picnic. estimat Household and kitchen furniture-Milla- rd will live long in the hearts of these night was a great success. The J. D. Lowe, being, near Depot in Campbellsville. A fine one-haof 62 barrels. Also Aaron men and this Sunday Schooi, and al for any business on account school at this place is being taught by ed at There will be a big meeting at Zion though he has passed the three score location McGaha, Ky., made an effort to get crop cultivated on same place by J. of convenience in unloadiug freight John Rose. He Church Grounds, Saturday October and ten mile post in life's journey, W. Burton, one-haestimated at 25 being accessable to street) pike a crowd and all the young people were A Respected Colored Woman Dies. will be a great event. Good yet we hope,, to have him with us for and $lth. It pies were sold barrels. Corn to be gathered and out. Twenty-fou- r and railroad. speakers, from a distance will address many years to come. 47 75 One , pie' brought cribbed by tenants. Prospective purWill also sell brood mare, 11 fimules, bringing the crowd, including the President of Last Tuesday afternoon, about 2 Every body had a splendid time chasers can go upon premises and esH C. Feese. 40 hogs, all kinds, 22 cattle, Jincluding $7 25 will organization. Hundreds be en timate for themselves. Each part of o.'clock, Latitia Cheatham, - who was 2 registered Aberdeen Angus cows, After the pie supper a Btring band present. It will be an all day affair. crop to be sold as one lot. LOST. Two church keys. They the mother of Peter H. Cheatham, by side, also 2 regis tertained for quite awhile. Every body invited, and every family were tied together with a string. with Bull calves Letltia E. Montgomery, Admr. succumbed to the inevitable and tered Bulls, same stock, twelve and must send dinner. crossed to the other side. She was Loggers, Take Notice. Finder will return to this office. fifteen months old. Also farming There will be an ail day meeting at Christian woman, respected by Baker & Morrison closed a deal last Union Presbyterian church next SunEld. W. G. Montgomery, who has implements. the whites as well as her own race. We are now ready to make contracts day. week, for the timber of five bounda- been the pastor of the Christian Don't fail to attend this sale and Bro Watson has returned and was born three miles from Colum ries of land, about 450 acres, belong- Church, Campbellsville, has tendered buy some of this valuable property for the logging of, from two and one- - will be glad to see all the members She bia and her whole life of ninety years ing to F. A. Lewis, on Harvey's his resignation and will go to another situated in and near Campbellsville. half million to three million feet of and friends there. The day will be a daysjwere spent Ridge. This timber will be cut into field. He is very much beloved in One of the very best towns in Ken- logs. Responsible and experienced Rally Day for the Sunday school and six months and three in Columbia andnear the town. Sha lumber at once. There will be sever- Campbellsville, and his announce tucky, with its many factories, good loggers and cutters will find it prof- church. The new year begins. Come was known to all the older people o itable to get in touch with us in peral hundred thousand feet. and bring your lunches. But everyment of his intentions to depart schools, fine churches and surrounded this community, and all her acquaintson or by correspondence. body welcome. brought much sorrow to the congre- by a fine body of farming land. ances have only kind expressions to Sale Notice. Bassett Hardwood Mfg. Co., Will give free to the first name gation and to the entire community. ter of "Aunt Latitia," asshe was faMonticello, Ky. Have You Been Assessed? t At my residence in Columbia, Ky., It is said that he will go to Madison-ville- , drawn from hat 100 lbs and second miliarly called. Cottage for rent. though that town is not named name drawn 50 lbs of my fine white on Saturday, October 4th, 1919, at 1 was in the colored Tax Commis3ioner L. H. Jones is The interment W. F. Cartwright. o'clock, 1 will offer for sale to the by the that makes the Loaf Flour. cemetery near the church building, a, still in his office at the court-housFor further particulars write or highest bidder: One good combined public announcement. large number of friends being present. Mr. George Rosenfield, while here He has taken about 3,100 lists and has call L. Abell Collins, Lebanon, Ky., saddle and work horse not .afraid of The writer remembers her and herr If you fail to attend the sale or see Ernest Graves or Debo in the sixteen years he overl,&00to take yet The law rel, stated that autos, safe for women and children to deceased husband, Peter Cheatham, had been absent from home, he had quires every male citizen, both white, Campbellsville, Ky. slide and drive, one good Jersey milch Oct. 2, 3 and 4 at Sinclair's it longer than any other colored persons been in every State almost in the Un- and colored that was 21 years old on cow, 5 years old, in full flow of milk, will be your loss. Ice cream supper at Tabor .next ion, and that he had been to Cuba, July 1st, 1919, and every woman own- who made their homes about Colum' 'Webber wagon bed, farming tools and bia Her son, Peter, is to be commendMr. Gaither Bryant, a surviving Friday night. but in all his travels 'he had not seen ing property to go the Tax Commisharness, household and kttchen furni- ed for his faithfulness and untiring- soldier of the Lost Cause, has been another Columbia; the best town to sioner's office and be assessed. So ture. Mr. J. P. Beard, received word last having1 tenderly administer quite sick for some weeks. It is hop. world. "If I could make come and give your list at once.. Do devotion, J. A. English. ' Tuesday that his brother, Charley, him in the old mother for a nans e4 that he will get better at once, as much in Columbia that I not wait until the rush and possibly ed to his dear f who lives in Green county, had met years. berof am making in New York City, I have to pay a penalty. jtfr. H. N. Phillips, who is a local and when the election comes he will with a stroke of paralysis, and was Baptist minister, recently bought the be able to get to the polls and cast would settle and never again leave." One hundred acres of good land for his suffrage for the principles he has dangerously ill. Mr. Beard and his '.residence, known as the old Baptist Mrs. A'len Walker happened to a rent. There is a dwelling on it. niece, Mrs. Bud Parson, left' to be ' at parsonage, on Greensburg street, and advocated during his long and useful J A. English Bold his residence, on very painful accident last Saturday Mrs. W. P. Dohoney. life. No man in Adair county is more his bedside. will remove to it soon. He has a Frazler Avenue, to Jo S. Knifley. morning. While washing some glass Columbia, Ky., Consideration, 31,700. Possession to fruit jars, one broke, the glass cutting wife and one child, and it is an exce- universally respected. Public Sale. be given between now and the first of her right hand. Dr. Russell was callA New Era Bible Class. llent family. Mr. Philips paid for the For the best Stationery read L wound. two thousand dollars. property the yjear. ed and dressed the Eriday, October 3, 1919, at public up-to-da- te up-to-da- te Kentucky Chief Oil and Gas Com. pany, home office, Wichita Falls, Tex as, is offering inducements in this week's News. The President of the Company is W. C. Cundiff, of Liberty, Ky., a self made man, and who has been a success in oil investments, is the President of the company and he wants his Kentucky friends to share in the profits now being made by this organization. Augustus E. Wilson, a former Governor of Kentucky, is the Yice President. Less Combest, another Kentuckian, is the second Vice President. The capital stock of the Company is $165,000, and the par value of shares is $1.00 per share. Read the advertisement published elsewhere in this issue of the News, then get in communication with the Company. A small investment often brings good money, and many who have recently purchased oil stock, have become the first-clas- 1,-2- 00 one-hal- f, lf lf utt 49-2- News-Journ- al e. Bos-wel- one-hal- C. young's add in this paper. Go to L. E. Young's for your Stationery and Correspondence Cards. B. E. Rowe sold six hogsheads of tobacco on the Louisville market, a few days ago, at an average of $27 per hundred, S. M. Bardette will sell,-- at aactien, head of at Liberty, Ky., tweaty-fiv- e fMd yearling aid tw year old nates, Friday night, October 10rh, there Mr. O. R. Smiley and Miss Laura win be a pie supper at Rocky Hill'AUye procured licenses to wed one MMday, October 6th. Schooi house. There will be an inter- day last week. 'The County Clerk Ray Caldwell bought four calves esting contest atthe close of the sup- has quite a number of unfilled blanks, from Rare! Stone, 4 months old, for per. Come, every body. and those who are contemplating marwhich he paid $166.25. He sold them riage can be furnished as loag1 as they ' '" : fee 1189.00. i"M Wanted Two yousg ladies to wait fete. .:, Training Tew ttw against the Graded on tables at Llndse '- auetion I will offer for sale to the highDo'nt fail to attend E. L SinMr. J. P. Dohoney, of this place, est bidder the following: 3 stacks clair &GvT 3 day's special sale conveyed, last week, to A. A, Turner flay, 10 barrel old corn, more or less, Oct, 2, 3 and 4th. v 28 acres of land, lying just beyond leumbined horse, 2 j?ood brood mares, Pettisfork, for $890. Mr. Walter Sullivan and wife have 2 colts, 2 milch cows, 2 calves, sow removed to Louisville, Mr. W. H. Millinery from three of the best and 6 pigs, 4, stock hogsfanpfag tools, Shipp has removed to the place they markets. You will be surprised at household and kitchen supplies. Terns occupied, on Greensburg street, and the prices and quality. Dr. J. W. Flowers has removed to made known on day of sale, Miss Julia Eubank. the Baptist parsonage. Sam Allen, Petlts Fork. . i -- fT Mrfe Jersey Heifers. I - lehnl !' ttMEL WedMftfay'.BightattrM SehoeKor their aboard. JfctV. . .J. w - Bsanett, Priaeipti. .Rea$ LE. Youns's where hi thir paper: " for sate twenty extra nice Jersey heifers, all bred to a registered bull; They were bought out of the ' goad dairy herds of 8helby county, Kyand are the beat I have ever atfd else handled. '. Come and gfee tbim, . I have Judge H. C. Baker has consented to Be sure and see the Basket Ball give a' popular lecture on the Sunday-scho- ol game Wednesday night. lesson, every Sunday morning' Presbyterian church, to a BiMr. Ralph Waggener has- - removed at the ble class of men. Every man young1 to Columbia and is occupying the resold in the church is expected,' idence he nurchased from' Edwin and and all others who will come. Hurt. Mrs. W. J. Flowers, Mrs. W. D. Jones, Everybody is glad that Mrs. Laura ' T. E. Waggener. Jackmau will receive the insurance money, $8,000, which was carried by 'Hon. L. E. Foster,.Deaiocratk5 canher son, Clarence, killed ' id France. for School Superifiteadeat,. The first allotment of 8600 has reached didate will speak in the town of Casey Creek tor. Monday nighc the 6th of October. ..la coming down the Russell hill,, Every body in the neighborhood fe last Sunday, a bind wheel of Luclea Bell's car flew.off andvsaUed over the eefaea erdeieel Saett Moatgoaeryiprerwrv, and finally , All sew styles week.. Ca2 a4,see m a bided ik the 3rd of Mr. W. T. fer this ' ad -- "' It ') ' It, B UB1MI) UVIHBIM, A.4 ,"l ?f, '.. Mi J: . 'X 'ff U&- i - "Xi jo- - -- nil -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 6 r, fall, was still a familiar sound, The scattered woodmen, often times lived very far from each COUNTY. others habitations. The disap pearance of an individual would sy John avroe steele. be frequently unknown, and 1 could not, after a time be acNo. 34. counted for. The population of THE HARPES. the entire district could not have tt is apparent that the above been more than a few hundred. action had been taken, by the The primeval forests, in that Governor, at some time, pre- region, badbeen almost untouched was a vious to the time, about which except here and there ' now write, as Big Harpe hardy pioneer, whose activities sems to have been killed in the created the merest ripple upon month of August, 1799, which the vast ocean of nature, which bewill appear from facts, we will lay silently and untroubled tween the Cumberland and thp $reafter i elate. Col. Trabue, having already Green. The sparseness of the I '.'trned that the Harpes had population prevented both the a cabin in Henderson apprehension and punishment of type of the c . anty during the previous year, murderers of the id that their wives were then Harpes. Neither were there i.ving in the cabin, suspected any historians to keep alive the .at the Harpes would endeavor memories of the times. OTES'ON ADAIR WMMMMMMMWAmmmWAmmmMMFMWxWMWiFMWAWMFMmMM BIG LOT OF J t -- go in that direction. At the ie time, he dispatched the To Be Continued. j: 'to the Governor, with s...rmation. that the Harpes hvl entered the state again, he at one John Ellis to bear the 1 'me tidings to Gen. Samuel Hopkins, who resided in the western portion of the state and I iot a great distance from the cabin, in which the wives of the Toria. Harpes were living. Ellis rode magnificent horse and travThe farmers are very busy eled sixty to seventy miles per cutting .corn and tobacco. Most c day, and spread the information all of them say their corn is fine in regard to the Harpes, as he but tobacco is not very good. went. It was well for him that We are needing rain now iie traveled with such speed, Pastures are very dry. .since the Harpes, as they jour' Henry Koach, wife and daughneyed on in the same direction, ter, of McGregor, Texas, have i.eard of Ellis and pursued and been visiting relatives and ried to overtake him, before he friends, at this place, for some h& completed his journey, but time. Mr. Roach says that Texw-- re unable to do so. Within as is blessed with the best crops st i ee or four days after the they have had for several years. Herpes ha entered the Stock-4o- a It's a fourteen pound boy at Vallej , diey traveled down the Cumberland river to the vi- - Dr. Flatts. Mother and son doing well. xm ity of the present village of Buford Janes spent Saturday Marrowbone, in Cumberland county, where they sought and night, at Columbia, with his sisi' received the hospitality, of a ter, Mrs. Gary Reece. Ji night's lodging, of an old man, Rev. Jagger3, of Sparksville, whose name was Graves. Graves' delivered an interesting sermon and hi.-- son were the only per- at Mt. Pleasant Tuesday night. sons a: the place, as it was a N. R. Roach will accompany 2i3w place, which Graves was his brother, wife and daughter, preparing for a home, to which of Texas, on a trip through the A FAITHFUL SERVANT. hejintended to remove his fam-4)- Mammoth Cave this week. when it was ready for Mrs. Fred Simpson and a Miss Who Drove a Horse 13,000 Miies Before leaving Graves' Breeding, of Little Rock. ArkanIn the Masters Work. place, the Harpes murdered him sas was at this place one day .and his son and hid their bodies last week. Presiding Elder William F. Hogard, week in the oo is. The exact place of Mrs. J. F. Breeding was visit when he goes to Conference nest splendid record. a imurder of Graves and his son, ing her daughter, Mrs. L. A, will carry ith him Presiding Elder on as He started in .tradition says, was at the loca- Reece, one night last week. althe Columbia District, which had tion of the old Marrowbone ways been a missionary district, not jChurc.i. From this place, Heuralgia of the face, shoulder, meeting its own expenses He drove they proceeded toward the hands, or feet requires a. powerful one horse 13,000 miles in his work mouth of the Green river, where remedy that will penetrate the flesh. from Columbia and dedicated fourteen BALLARD'-SNOW LINIMENT their wives were located and in possesses new churches, and made the district that power. Rubbed in more than self sustaining. As Predoing so traversed the present Tvhere the pain is felt is all that is siding Elder of this District he has counties of Metcalfe, Barren, necessary to relievo suffering and re When he 12 new churches Warren, Hopkins, Webster and store normal conditions. Sold bv dedicated was only concame on the district it - Henderson. There is no record Paull Drug Co Adv tributing 65 per cent of its quota to nor tradition, which attributes He raised this the mUsinn work. The American Legion. 2&vj other acts of violence to second year to 100 per cent and has kept it above that ever since. The 4iiem, until they had gone to the TO THE VETERANS OF quota for the District for the centheir wives were, , .cabin, where tenary drive was, 310,000 and the tand had been joined by them. In accordance with instruccions of energetic Presiding Elder did not stop They were, however, intent up- - tha National Executive has Committee, I, until $153,000 was- raised. He on murdering ?all the persons Henry DeHaven Moorman, Tempor- many warm friends in Elizabethtown . ALr.u .u .u who will regret to see him leave here ' vtwiui wiium uiey came in con- ary State Commander, do hereby call News. tact, and spared none, except the fiist annual convention of the from fear of their own lives. At American Legion, Kentucky Branch, The proposed steel workers early,.time of these-- occcur- - to beheld at Louisville, Kentucky, at the Watterson Hotel, beginning at ten strike has been deferred until territory, .through o'clock a. pa., on Friday. October 3, .rences, the October 6th when Presi ... which they traveled, was a very 1919, and continuing Saturday, Octo- after dent Wilson will hold a labof ,sparsely inhabited wilderness, ber 4th, until business is completed. .where very lately the red men Convention Entertainment features and capital conference. ihad freely roamed and warred have been arranged by Louisville Convention 'and Publicity League. The strikers of the Avery And hunted, and where the V Tfee American Legion of Kentucky, pio Works hare gone back to scream of the panther and the By Henry DeHnyen), Moorman, ?& work accepting,, thewage scale ' jbowl of the wolf, after night State Commander. struck. before c: 'drier -IV Wormy children are unhappy, puny and sickly. They can't be otherwise while worms eat away their strength vitality. A few doses of WHITE'S CREAM YERMIFUGE performs a marvelous transformation Cheerfulness, strength and the rosy bloom of health speedily return. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv ram now receiving and offering to the of elilO public an immense line LzJ ninid9 drlUEiO UrCY uyuUd Which am selling at the shortest profits. If you want a suit, or a fitting pair of shoes, call at my store. For Nice Dress Goods, the Ladies Should not Miss my Place of Business. j WOOD SON LEW KENTUCKY. GREENSBOKG, -- Mim11 m MMmwmmmmmmmmmmmm y, occu-ipanc- v. a report having gained circulaThe Mayor of Boston has re tion that a case or two of flu had fused to take back the deserting developed. That proved to be a policemen It is a little difficult for me to and the Governor of give you a bunch of items for the mistake, as the community is state has endorsed his position. News this week as I have been in a good, healthy condition. Cane Valley. -- -- KEN-TUCK- y: - " ofted;them. .iey absent from our Valley for four . 1.1. ...T or five days. I found everything uiuutn at rope oanitonum, .Louisrunning smoothly upon my re- ville, has returned home, considerably improved. He was afturn. Judge W. T. Hendrickson, of flicted trouble. Campbellsville, was here about a Walter Smith sold a house and week ago, endeavoring to perfect lot here, known as the Groves an organization for a bank at property, to 'Tom Corbin for this place. The project, how$1000. Corbin will remove to ever, fell through. It may be the property. that some of our substantial citizens will take the matter up A bank at this place would be a great cOnvience, and I belive some time in the future. Tom Corbin sold his farm, near it would be a paying proposition. The bank that failed here, some Cane Valley, to Ollie Corbin, for years ago, should not deter per$2,000. sons from taking stock in a new Mark Wilson is having his concern. With the building alremoddled. When ready up, only bank residence fixtures completed it will be one of the would have to be purchased. attractiye residences in Cane This would be an enterprise that Valley. should require the attention of Mr. T. A. Firquin, one of our 6ur enterprising citizens. enterprising merchants, went to Mont Corbin shipped a car load Lebanon Junction last week and of hogs to the Louisville market purchased a restaurant for his last week. He reported the marsons. They are now located in ket dull, 16 for tops. that place, doing business. From The drouth has almost destroyLebanon Junction Mr. Firquin went to Louisville and other ed the crops in this section. There will not be more than a points in the State. crop of corn. But little was some excitment half . There created here about ten days ago. grass for cattle here. ' ' i with-stomac- h .. I SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When ,an EFFICIENT, antiseptic is applied promptly, fnere is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BORZONE la the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Kentucky's property assessment shows a gain of more than a million of intangible property over the report of last year. When the chest, feels on fire and the throat,, burns, you have Indigestion, and you need HERBINE to get, rid of the disagreeable feeling. It drives out badlv digested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies Co. ' the bowels Sold by Paull Drug Adv. The $10,000 saddle stake at the State Fair was won by Liberty Bell, a Pennsvlvanian owned the animal. Gen Denikine has defeated the "';r:imi9ji " ' -- ? r i; Bolsheviki in a decisive battle capturing 9.000 prisoners and destroying two regisMats. I 1 u 1v-V- i ll . Mn -- - A j. T fifc. H Sfctf d)N ' S s 5 THE PEOPLE THE ADAIR COTJNTY NEWS -- j WANT TO UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a lull stock of coffins, caskets, and rcbes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, &,9"9"9"6"9"9"9"S"6"6"8"6 $88B$$4$8'$$$ TO BUY CfScePhne, 168. Cotumbia, Ky cemaMMBS I. I.I III I III in iiHi ill' TUBH 111 II nil. ' itwiYf fjrp.-n-'j- i.i HS H .1 To I FARM AT 4 settle the estate of the late W. W. lfT On j we McElroy. ml sell on t.ie premises to th$ highest bidder, on lUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th, AT 10 A. M. I WOOD HILL STOCK FARM Containing About 375 Acres of Rich Land H . Thic fnrm ?c, f,v.Uv.. J rnnrfrlprt tn hft nnfi of thft finest and bfSt ill Um crnnnrsllv i Marion county and the equal of the very best in tus part ot ivenhundred I tucky. It has been in the McElroy family for perhaps a years and is now offered for sale for the first time. It has been used ' j for a generation as a stock" farm and is noted as the home of G veruor r Wood jacks. Except for some 10 or 12 acresm tobacco, 30 acres in corn and a ew acres in other crops, the whole place is, and has been for . i' -- n i 50 Years in Blue .Grass frame, metal roof dwelling and On the farm is a splendid 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 abundance 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 Hill turnpike about 5 The neighborhood miles from Lebanon and 3 miles from SpriugHeid is unexcelled and its closeness to both Lebanon and Ssringfield makes it convenient to both markets. two-story h M y 5 ' 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. exceptional opportunity to buy one of the most This sale offers an farms in this Dart of the State, whether for stock raisinsr, crops or rentinir. If Durchased as a whole it can be nicely divided into several smaller farms shouid. the purchaser so desire. Possession will be given January 1, 1920, butseeding privileges will be allowed this fail Anyone wishing to see the place or desiring any further information concerning it is invited to call on II. J Parrott, on the farm, or either of the undersigned. t Personal Property. At the same time and p ace we will r.lso eell between 30 and 40 head of Shropshire ewes, several good milk cows and calves, 5 good fat steers, 1 registered Aberdeen Angus cow, 1 reg3 about 15 head of nice heifers, mare, 1 yearling horse istered Aberdeen Angus heifer, 1 1 jennet, and a large quantity of fanning immule, 1 jennet andcolt, plements of all kinds, including 1 wheat drill, seed sower and mowing machine, all cs good as new, and a 4 horse power gasoline engine and f.iir.r.ini box with feed carrier, j TERMS: On real estate, one third down, balance to suit the purchas- er. On persona, property, sums $25 00 ana under, casn: over that amount six months note with interest from date, with approved security d Stanley McElroy, Allen McElroy, Oliver Keliey CAPT. T. W. SIMMS, Auctioneer, Lunch Served Executors. i mm ntilience Phone 13 Business Phone 1 . to linrlpra.ranH Uw Iparn r.rm cessary out, buil'liuy.-.- and a new gar-ra- e i . "' wb v in im uMiTMramiTnn iirTwnm w imi s:rf that, wilhoid x.u cars Fur inCiiaC i.iie pe.ople will ac- laceformation appi or vnte me cept the President's view and Hani" iasner Gallon he Tax Commissioner and give him their support. 47-- 1 f Ky nmtii.-give in your list. ! The people's wish to understand the reasons which impel the United States to ratify the treaty as a means of terminatT ing the war with Germany, and to enter the League of Nations as a guarantee against further ft international conflicts, is the most conspicuous feature of the President's tour. The Senatorial opponents of the League and the treaty have continued their 5 obstruction not because they have failed to understand, but because they refuse to subordinate personal and political bias in the interest of the country. In ail'great issues in the history of the United States, the people have shown a willingness to make their decisions upon the facts and according to their conscientious judgment. In. the last) analysis, there is little partisanship among tne masses. iney may at time? oe moved Dy i N 11 D sentiment in their choice of candidates for personality may attract or repel them but in every matter of policy tne huve uniformly judged and acted solely upon what they considered its u? s merits. The question of ratifying the Phone No. 12. treaty and of approving the cov H enant of the League is not in any sense partisan. The President is making that abundantly & r No Republican need d set his party to favor the hLeague. He mv act as a.j American irr this crisis without Next Door to The Adair County New Office. ceasing" to be a Republican. When that truth is impressed on $13? (SOOT KSiSSSjSCT Sh y wi si ' his hearers and readers by the President, the opponents of the; House and Lot for Sale Ltjaue will appeal in vain to the! fe I have a six room cottage, in Eussell partisanship oi rneir reiiow tve & pUDjcans among the people. Heights, Columbia, IC.. for sale. And.itia evident from their de- - There, . sjood eil of water, all ne- && y??j. m-- WHERE I mflll iothmg Hats, Cap etc, UNDERWEAR . '9 a $. fe i - LADIES' DRESS AND NOTIONS. GOODS. OIIO ft - 5 clt-a- & Ci $ Columbia 'mtr Kentucky & & i i t- - i.--. " -- - ii mm " - -- - t 4lfllfff;fifV; ij .niir. -. U -- tSJK-JA 't fta Vk 48-2- r. i UK. J. W. t mUKKCLL rv ' DENTIST Office, Front rooms in JefTriesI BTdg mmm 'ith c aa h nif r fe-.-PEQI- J eov :.- - USHr MYERSBARGhR COMPANY WHOLESALE AND up Stairs. (MYERS-BARGERS- I -.-- .. Coliimbia, - Kentucky . ). R: - CCiUI MRia'WV :M:, ' RETAIL MILLERS L. H. Jones 1 FLOUR IS THE STAFF'OF LIFF THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years In the mill business enables us to make the very BEST and Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist PUREST. Special attention given Diseases of a Domestic Animals Offce We don't use anything but the best making our Flour. of wheat in at Residence, mile of town, oa Jamestown road. Phone 114G. We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. Columbia, Ky. mt jiliM ! i :1am Harris ;de".tist. OFFICE , 1G1. i K RoeldeceUiS-Second S JF rnSmm iiP y '- - "l! '" .. Coprriehtisn by R J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. wmmfflmP wmm .ninii lp""" We give our special attention to exchange and (i custom work, 'giving in exchange for 60 pound U wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. J A Wj& We Solici YourParonage. .. .. . . V the smokegame. vith PLAY if you're hankering foraajimmy hand OFFICE: Floor Su-- t i Cor. Main and Depot A1IPBELI-SV1LI.- E, ICY. ' Localanil i i 'f ' ' out for what ails your smokeappetite! For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat .worries! Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from' bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction! Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; rolled into a .cigarette it beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! You'll talk kind words every time you get pa the firing line! , i MYER-BARGE- R CO.. The ! Louisville Trust CO Jfc. QUICK-RELIE- F LOUISVILLE1 KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MUllor.'.Bollars- -, Acts as Esecutor. Administrator. Guardian, Agenti Committeerond Trustee. andicai3Bil' sas such in an? County in thelState. ff yt' Pays 3 Knralzta. Back ami sll niins. Money back if It .k i tiOl to ease any ache or pain, la any tart cl the body . .. In twenty minutes, raceme, t: TVMtTnf1cm. Sorfi Mnsdes. '"f"jg Ky. mCA , IT MAKES PAIH SAIL EOURBON REMEDY CO., Toppy red bass, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half-poun-d tin humidors and that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistcner top that keeps the tobacco in each perfect condition, per cent' rer Annum on Time Deposits. . Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. Oi JOHNSTITBS. ErwidMt.. ANGEKEUA'GRAY. Treae A. G. STITHi 8m v .'1 . - THIS ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Adair .,.. anwt nwx7Bciijnaxsnsaaeii ....yfor granted, but go to the polls Making money and saving it as apand stamp under the rooster. If applied to Governor Black is On Wednesdays. Published you should have farm work that plicable to every man of that should be done on that day, set name in Eastern Kentucky. They 1 Goknv6ia, Keivtacky- are all prudent, safe business it aside until the next day. To carry Kentucky for the men. If you,Mr.Voter,hadimpor- Editor. J.E.MURRELL, tant business to be looked after, - AfGR. Democtats in this coming elec 1VIRS. DAISY HAMLBTT. would you employ a man who tion, there is but one one way nevipaper deroted to the Interert every party man must vote. Deaocrstle had been successful in his own theCItyofColumbUand tha paopla of Adair THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Democrats should also affairs, or would you secure the aad nflj"t"g countlei. .W" bear in mind that Mr. J. R. services of a man who had nevThe Ford Sedan is a splendid car for the farmer bscause as second Entered at the Columba' Garnett, of Columbia, is the er made a dollar for himself nor it is good and comfortable every day in the year. It has !ss mail matter. Democrat candidate for the for anyone else, to look after all the utility of the touring car with the niceties of the State Senate in the counties of your interest? It does not stand high-cla- ss WED. OCT. 1, 1919. car. The wife and children enjoy the refine-men- ts Adair, Metcalfe and Barren, to reason that you would seek and comforts. It is easy for women to operate, is and he would appreciate a large the services an unsuccessful man. Subscription Price 1st aad 2nd Postal Zone always reliable, as well as economical. Your early order support, not only from his home Therefore, if you want a clean, tLSOperyer. All Zones beyond 2ndi2.00 perTyear saving administration of the afis solicited because the big Ford Factory is a good ways All Subscription due and Payable in Advance county, but throughout the disof the State, vote for Jas. trict. The majority is small, fairs normal production, and with us, it is first come, first hence it is very important that D. Black for Governor. DEMORATIC TICKET. supplied. Sedan, $775 ; Coupe, $650 ; Runabout, $500 ; Democrats become active, the Touring Car, $525 ; Truck Chassis $590. These prices fighting unceasingly until the. FOR GOVERNOR Democratic Adair County f. o. b. Detroit. polls closes. JAMES D. BLACK, Headquarters has been opened of Knox County. The parties listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine in the Jeffries Building. LiterSome of our exchanges have ature is being sent out and evFord Parts, and to carry a complete'line of same. Therefore, they have beenappoint-e- d FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR at the head of their editorial ery Democrat in the county will as regular service stations: Wm. H. SHANKS, columns, "A Democratic news- be reached. When in Columof Lincoln County. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. paper." Well, if they are bia, Democrats are requested to FOR STATE AUDITOR RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. Democratic they should come call at headquarters. The comM. BOSWORTH, HENRY out of their holes and advocate mittee wants to exchange views CO., Jof Fayette County. the election of the State ticket. with the voting strength of the Incorporated FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL county, and do everything in CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. President Wilsonwas forced FRANK E. DAUGHERTY, its power to get out the vote. of Nelson County. to abandon his speaking tour on no man sleep on his oars. account of a breakdown, and re- Let FOR SECRETARY OF STATE pull MAT S. COHEN, turn to Washington. Heis not There must be a constant going to of Fayette County. dangerously ill, and to call in his for the shore. It is get out the full appointments was a great disap- take work to FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS GlensforK. strength, hence evpointment. Hi& physician, who Democratic JOHN A. GOODMAN, ery man must get busy and conof Todd County, traveled in a special car with the tinue busy until after the NoTobacco cutting and sorghum COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE President told him he could not vember election. The Demo- making is the order of the day in JOHN W. NEWMAN, in safety to health longer concrats workers are fighting in this community. of Woodford County. tinue the tour. "America's Best" A heavy, durable, economical, dependthe open. They are in dead Miss Lucy Kelsay was visiting FOR STATE TREASURE able boys garment; guaranteed to render the service demanded. knowing that their her brother, N. B. Kelsay and Made of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with Gen. Jas. Garnett had trouble earnest, HENRY F. TURNER, in getting to Edmonton where cause is just, the principles they family, near Columbia last week. seams, featuring solid brass buttons and heavy of Ballard County. Quartely Conelastic suspenders. They resist the strains, twists and pulls of to speak are advocating being the best The Methodist he had an appointment FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION hard use-t- he extra full cut size insures long ma- safe guards to human liberty. ference convened at this place Monday, of last week. His L. E. FOSTER, service they're a pride and a pleasure. -chine broke down and he did Again the invitation is extended last Thursday. Bro. Shelly was of Christian County. "America's Best." not reach his appointment until to all interested parties to meet present, and delivered a fine serTOR STATE SENATOR. mon. 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Not- the committee ac headquarters. 19th Senatorial District withstanding the lateness of the J. R. GARNETT U. P. Morgan left last Sunday of Adair County. hour, more than two hundred Germany is responsible for for Indiana, to purchase him a A gentleman who the world war, the United States farm. remained. FOR MAGISTRATE heard the speech says that it is responsible for ending it. 7th Magisterial District, Virgil Wesley sold his farm ring, and that When this country was called to near here to Kelly Janes, for had the proper H. A. WALKER. the Democrats were delighted. arms it was known that many $1250. He then purchased from TO THE DEMOCRATS OF ADAIR American soldiers U. P. Morgan his farm, known and Ev thousand The Courier-JournCOUNTY. would have to cross the briny as the Cartwright farm, for ening Times are very fearful In the election for Congress that some Democratic speaker deep and fight on a foreign shore, Clyde Marshall who has been between Hon. King Swope and will say something that will and it was also known that some Judge C. A. Hardin this county "Hert" Mr. Morrow's feelings. of our boys would never return. in Oklahoma, for some time regave the Republican candidate They need not worry about that But how gloriously did they die, turned home a few days ago" Mrs. Ada Kelsay sold her stock an unusually large majority, and small matter. They had better and how willingly did they face the adherents of that par- do something to keep the Demo- death. They were fighting for of goods to Mr. L. J. Wilkinson, ty are still crowing over that crats throughout the State from the freedom of the worldto put merchant at this place. down autocracy, forever silence election." Miss Ruby Taylor has accepthurting their pocket-bookthe tyrannical monarchs, who ed the position to clerk for Mr ' "The reason Every seam is for Mr. .Swope's Ev- believed in conquest and murder. Courier-JournaThe The ) unusually large majority, was, L. J. Wilkinson, this place. A Manufactured by young men who fine young lady, who will win because many Democrats failed ening Times and Evening Po3t, All honor to the to go to the election, believing all claiming to be Democratic fought for a lasting peace which many customers for him. that Judge Hardin would be suc- papers, may be pleasing the own- will soon be declared. The parINCORPORATED Mrs. Ida Marshall and son, respective publica- ents who lost sons in the con- Clyde, were shopping in Colum KENTUCKY .LOUISVILLE, cessful in the contest. While ers of the in the flict and who are buried on forthe Democrats remained at home tions, but the Democrats bia last Saturday. Represented in the Republicans were up and do- trenches knock on them daily eign soil, should remember that Joe Morgan, wife and little ing, not only in Adair county from the rising of the sun to the sons of some parents had to son, were visiting relatives on Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders but in every county in the Eighth the setting thereof. The sup- be sacrificed, if not their sons Prices Creek last Friday, SaturCamobellsville, Ky. port they are giving the Demo- the sons of some other father district, hence Mr. Swope was day and Sunday. easily elected, the same condi- cratic State ticket is so small and mother, and to die fighting Tobacco Land for Sale. Martin Sharp is just recover-- 1 Mrs. Dellie Thomas and Mrs. requiers a reader some- for such a cause is a greater hontions existing in every county in that it ing from a very severe attack 260 acres of uood Burlav totnsco time to find favorable mentions. or than to be a conqueror. Fur- Lettie Morgan were visiting on the district as in Adair. ' land for Sle. It is 9 miles from of appendiciu'?. Crocus one day last week. Campbellsville, In Taylor county Ifi The Eighth district has a Dem It depends largely upon what thermore, after Germany forced The Ice cream snpper at this We are glad to note that Mrr . will b sold In lots of 50 acres or more. ocratic majority of about 2,500, Address a man has done in the past as to the war, the United States went place last Friday night was a Tavlor Pruetr & Jarvis, Gadberry, after a long and the only reason for Judge Samantha what is future record will be, in into it to save her honor. It is success, a large crowd being Campbellsville, Ky. Hardin's defeat was the failure spell of sickness, is able, once way, or socially. If business known that the President did present. of his party friends to vote. a I am now running a closed more to go aoour, and do her he has been watchful of his own Those who did not vote regret Dodge Car between Columbia work. affairs, saving, he will do to everything in his power to keep Gadberry. and Campbellsville. Safe and retheir action now, but it is too pubmanagement of out of the conflict, and did not feur, and close attenlate to cry after the milk has trust in the Eld. Porter Norris, of Memphis liable Chaf tion paid to the traveling public. lic affairs. Jas. D, Black, the ask Congress to declare war been spilled. We have had a fine rain, which Tenn., closed a very successful I want your business and I guarcandidate for GovIn order to avoid another such Democratic againsj: Germany until after di- was much needed. Chapel antee satisfaction. See me for meeting at Smith's ernor, in the practice of law and a calamity, every Democrat in George Coffey was calliug on church two weeks ago. Those pnees. business that he has plomacy had uttterly failed. Stanley Epperson. 48-3- t. Adair county and throughout in outside collectDollie McClister, in, has accumulated a While the war has cost the lives our people last Tuesday baptized were the Eighth district should vote invested estate. His par- of many Americans, when the ing taxes. considerable Elva and Essie Loy, Mary and Wormy children are unhappy, puny in the coming November elecand sickly. They can't be otherwise William Johnson has sold his no money to give him; Burbridge, ' W. T, Loy, while "worms eat away their strength Nora tion; If you believe in the prin- ents had peace treaty passes the Senate is now . his was made farm, near this place, and will Aquila Darnell and Onan McClis vitality. A few doses of WHITE'S ciples of the Democratic party and what go forth that peace Boon leave for Indiana. edict will CREAM VERMIFUGE performs a bv his own tfrain and efforts. A I 'S joa should exercise the right of Bro. Norris is a fine preach-- , marvelous transformation. Cheerter. who can make for himself, reigns in the world and that lira. Martha Loy, wh&: has aoffrage. The party will need man fulness, strength and the rosy bloesa canwivefor the State, and in everybody ii hippy in free and been an iny3id-.- f or a number of er, and we hope lo have him pf health speedily return. Sold by . .' I jour vote; do not take things yeare remains about the same. with us again some day. our jadaant he is an ideal man. unmoleeted, countme. Adv PateU Drug Co. GoarUy Nes - -- -- s. Post-offic- e f THE BUCHANANLYON WORTHMORE BRAND BOYS' OVERALLS triple-lock-stitch- ed al $3,-25- 0. to-da- y s. triple-lock-stitche- d. l, IIP J. ZINSMEISTER & SONS -. 44-- tf - to -- - . - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iting at the home of Mrs Caroline Jeffries. IS GET THE HABIT SAVE MONEY BUY YOUR GOODS FROM Finis Rosenbaum and family motored to Broadhead the latter part of last week, to see Prof. E. A. Strange Mr. Papeferies To make your sweetheart fond of your letters you must write to her an the BEST STATIONERY. If you want to give your Sister. Brother, Mother, or Friend a Box of Stationery give them the best. I have just received a nice line of the best Linen Stationery consisting of Correspondence Cards, Regret and Invitation Cards. Also nice GOFF PIECE GOODS. BROS'. STORE LADIES COME AND SEE. and family. Mr. W. T. Carter, Royse City, Tex., is visiting relatives in the county. Mr. J. H. Waggener, of Eikhorn, is here with relatives. Mrs. N. B. Miller, of Buffalo, New York, arrived a few days airo to be at the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Zora Winfrej, who has been quite ill for some days. Mr. E. E. Biggs, of Mumfordsville, who is in the service of the government, was here a day or two of last week. Mr. Biggs's grand-mothe- r was a sister of the late Sinclair Wheat, of this place, and she was a native of a line of School Supplies. We have a nice line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. Also some Ladies Long Coats and Cloaks at Money Saving Prices. NOTIONS: Piece Goods Such as Ging- hams.fSheeting, Outings, Flannels, Wool Serges, Mer- cerized and Silk Poplins, Heavy Goods for Cloaks or Childrens Suits, etc Also a Fine Assortment of Silk, ... . --i Gross, Grain, and balm Kibbon. borne nice Velvets at about half price. of L. E. YOUNG, Columbia, - --- - - Jeweler, Kenti.rl - wva r A good assortment of Notions, Silk and We have a good line - ... ..... Cotton Hosiery, Mens Sweaters at Money Saving Prices Also a lot of Mens and Boys Belts and a splendid as- sortment of Ties at 35c, 60c, 75c..,and $1.00. ... m We a save you one lourth on noor covering. assortment to select from, A nice OVERALLS JUMPERS. The Best Overalls or Unionalls now being offered in Columbia to $1.50. will be found at our Stose. Prices: Boys 85c Mens $2.00 to $2.50. Work Shirts, Blues, Browns, Tans, and Khaki from 85c. up $1.35. The See Unionalls at $3.25 to $4.00. best Blue shirts made.. Fine shirts at Bargain Prices. SHOES: We have some Real Bargains in Shoes. It will pay you to look them over before buying elsewhere. Our Gall Line tust opened upr We can save you money on such . OVER SHOES, RUBBES and BOOTS. Straight Sive, U. S. asd GoodJYear.JGIove Brands. Also Ball Brand Rubbers high grade rubbers as Hypress, cheaper than elsewhere. Better take a look here. HATS and CAPS: We sell more Mens Hats than any other store inColumbia. A nice lot of Mens Caps at special price. Save about one half these. 'Jig ; a"".' MENS and BOYS SUITS. Some Real Bargains in suits and Odd Pants. ;3EZ2G HARNESS Breeching.tWork Bridles. Collar'Pads&tc atlold'pricesfwhilelthey'Jast. iOaXZKO FE&aw- - UNIONALLS. GOFF BROS'. STORE and her son, Chester Scalf, who spent two weeks very delightfully here, returned to their home, in Louisville, last Wednesday. Mr. C. H. Cravans and: son, Wei by. Mr. and Mis. W. H. Robinson, of Webbs X Roads, were here last Sat urday, Mrs. Robinson to consult a physician. Mrs. Adair county. Rev. B. T. Watson and Mrs. Wat son, who had a delightful visit to New York and other states, returned home Thursday night. From Akron, Ohio, they were accompanied to their home here, by Mrs. Thomas Tarlton Watson and little son, William Tarlton. Mr George Rosenfleld, who has been absent from home for quite a number of years, arrived a few days ago, to spend several days with his mother and sister and friends. He is in business in New York City. His old friends were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Carson and two daughter's Jennette and Martha, of Louisville, spent last Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, an aunt of Mr Carson. Mr. Carson was born and reared in Colum-bia- . He left here with his parents about thirty years ago. He holds an important position in the office of the Big Four Railroad Company, having been employed by that corporation for about twenty years. Fit fcr hu ??SG$w iDirect from tLe TROPICS- -Isthe most desirable coffee pre-WAXATAN is classed as American trade, being an extra laige, 'Jfr. centered berry of uniform size. This coffee comes tc yoe i r.'jj'x'1 ttTT rl 100 per cent pure nit n::..d c b)or' it is so heavily ladened with tnar - k cious, tropical flavor, possersmg' s:: t licious fragrance and aroma tJat it "s!!'.! justly be tern. she cSJJSMSHWHFiSJ, fHSftifcV-V Uzi'-UlI smmik i.v .i -' -- x ,f2i iKQjMVpt 8fflmffimflx?& r JylJP P?K:.EfefA'rWj& tKlSfc,"7 7. MitiM&WMAm:i?z:Ji . u"V- Vi&fflimmffl8fckiX3&F& i.f.cvi-s,A-r::. "qitfph r one t rwSa HffiaSSfJSel1Uv.issap ;r 'l, ai' liic W?? ffi 'iw&TVwSEiSwHSirr sXli . clear arorna-iaii -- n. ".".. .vii i.iuiijr &ku deugntj CU. di ..-- cup .v -x oi r a- uira - - . rri- - n--rir in K,'4Tr'vfi57'gASiv ;. wi;w.io5rfnE?SS!eftS!B mm7, ,S', $ ss & "rS - - - C ... ' -- 'mjm&jmtmrBbajt BCil AS h& B mj&w. aw w. m a i r- -. .AVrvK3aaxili.'-wwiijj:- ROAOTEO rXCLUSlVELY BY " ''iismcister 3: Son Renresented in Louisville, C. Jt,v--- Nannie Scalf TayIor,Grccn and Adair Counties by R. Campbellsville, Ky. Borders Election Officers. State of Kentucky iiCX" County of Adair f I, S. C. Neat, Clerk of the Adair County Court, certify that the foregoing is a true and correct list of the names of the election officers appointed by the Election Commissioners on Tuesday, September 16, 1919, to serve in the various precincts herein mentioned, at the regular November election to be held on November 4, 1919. DRY CLEANING and DYEING. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post isJ : a f rz - ' OIIiaPFMil m. r.3 i j) :v ms - . - . " it ?k j: - - j . z - I"'. c vWt V "" H.IL.HL1I tscn'i ii. Jil ".' - .-- ' i"w J ,. "&Ji&i a ftism. y4x V'1 "5? : ? . & ' V c m u. .r& Popularity won't Iat 25 years unless there is quality and service behind it. Therefore the " steaauy increasing popularity oi rnncess ranges aur- ing the past 25 years, is the best guarantee you could Sc want of their value. . .Vi $ '((J &I,LEfttf JStiA. CCPPCR 0 HI .. .. . Aare durable, handsome, ana unusu y convenient, mncrc arc numerous i r ana luti sucn as . icaturcs lor saving tirna, laDor --rV tj..-- . HAfni kta M No. 2.. Copper reservoir adjoining and insuring a plentiful """i supply of bot water. Na 3. Asbestos lined oven with triple bottom and walls, which re- " tains.lwat and gives even baking. ft- Ko. 4. Body and top rims made in one piece-- No cracks to idmU . couj air. o4via lui'i auu mdKt uoung unuuiiu., . C rT hshifrf tvarminrr rinn .nnri rnrmr x will not warp nor burn out. No. 6. Hot blast h ilood the Ut of 2S yeari cerrice. There anTAlIen Prtna It pT to buy a ranee jdleri everywhere. Consult one of thera, or write direct for our til ultra ted cataJpEUCj. 1 hs BEARiKB CESS 3ZJ. itV HANGES :: ..:. Crc-bo- x, -- 9 "M fire-bo- lht The Buchanan Lyon Company, Campbellsville, Kentucky, Inc. PERSONALS was W. E. Lyon, Campbellsville over last Thursday. Mrs. Mont Cravens is spending a few days in Louisville. Mr. .Wm. Lowery, Nicholasville, was here a few days since. Mr. J. C. Pearce, St. Lonis. made a basiness trip to Columbia a few days ago. Mr. B. T. Tuell, Louisville, made a business trip to Columbia last Thurs- Dunnville, were in Columbia a few days since. Miss Cora Smith returned last week visit to Dunnville from a pleasant day. Mr. R. O Thomas, of Indianapolis made a business trip to. Columbia last Friday, Mr. Earl Williams, of Burkesville, spent several days of last week in Columbia. Mr. Loren Hickman, an oil man from Blackwell, Okla., is here pros-prospecti- Mr. C. H. Vansickle, of Stanford, has been in the county several days, taking leases. Mr. J. O. Russell, buyer for Russell & Go. is in Cincinnati this week, pur- chasing supplies. Met'sre. George Cundlff and Jobs is two large Orphan's Home's. One is a state institution, and the a She was other belongs to the I. O. 0. F. , taken with a chill. We have three railroad's, and Mr. R. T. Caskey and wife, of are putting up derrick's for drillCampbellsville, were at the Jeffries ing several 4500 feet wells, there Hotel last Thursday. are countless welle here that W. E. Morgan, Miss Myrtie Morgan, and Mr. Selden Baker, Amandaville. average eight or nine hundred here Wednesday. feet. As I said in a letter some Mr. Charles Maun, Chicage, Hi., has weeks ago that I wrote the been in the county for a few days News, that I would write again He ia connected with an oil company. and for a subject, I would use Mr. C. H. Campbell and wife, Mr. the sea's and Foreign country's, C W. Perryman and Mr. Noel Buster, although why I cant be called a all of Creelsboro, were hero Saturday. sailor, for I served for ten year's Eld. Z. T. Williams attended a in the Navy. And as far as meeting of the Christian Churches of Foreign lands are concerned the Kentucky and Hopkinsvllle last week. more I see of them the more I Mrs. J. O. Holladay is now consider- ed outj of danger. Miss Frieda Collin?, appreciate the old U.S. A. As of Louisville, who was her trained ypur Gradyville correspondent m nurse, has returned home. called on me for a longer letter I Mr. George Montgomery, who has- will take a trip across the Atlan been with his home people here for tic and a description of Gibraltar. about a.month, left for Quaoah, Tei, .tneirtourSouth Columbia, .A, D. Pateson, If this should happen to keep .out Mr and Mrs. il. W.' Miller and Mrs.' Berry Garner, Jadgesrir. where he resides, test Wednesday P. Miller Jr., ,: Cattie Willis, Campbeilsviilelare vis Clerk; J. C. J3taai4ft'&Mrin?' morning. ""1i' of the" paper basket, and get to Mrs. Zora Winfrey was day or two last week. s quite sick I ? 1 Given under my hand as Clerk of Mr Sawney Browning, a former the Adair County Court, tnis Sepeitizen of Adair county, now of Kan- tember 17, 1919. sas, is visiting relatives in the S.C Neat, Clerk. of Milltown. At home he engages in the oil business. West Columbia, J. L. McLean, F, Miss Jennye McFarland. who gpent A. Leach, Judges; Ralph Hurt, Clerk four weeks at home, left Saturday T. C. Davidson, Sheriff. morning on her return tripto IndianEast Columbia, L. P. Hindman, N. apolis, where she is employed, by a C. Butler, Judges; C. C. Pickett, Clerk, business concern. J. A. Young, Sheriff. Mr. D. E. Hatcher, who has been Milltown, J. H. Burress, W. O. selling shoes through this section and Thompson, Judges. C D Cheatham, . advocating Democratic principles for Clerk, Lewis Compton, Sheriff. , manyj ears, was here last week. He Keltner, Marshall Moss, W. J. Edsay's the Democratic ticket goes wards, Judges; W. H Kemp, Clerk; ' through, slick and easy. J. W. Vire, Sheriff. Mrs. L. W. Young and her mother- Gradyville, W. P. Flowers, Bascom in- - law, Mrs. Jo Young, of Cumber-Baue- r, Janes, Judges; L. B. Cain, Clerk; E land county, returned from West E. Nell, Sheriff. point Miss f Jast Frlday ThQy Elroy, L. A. Akin, X. W. Scott, highly pleased with their visit, and were also delighted with the country. Judges; Sanford Hurt, Clerk; Ed Janes, Sheriff. Raymond Goodman, son of Mr J T Harmony, J. W. Young, Dan Goodman, this place, who was in the Navy, reached home last Saturday Bryant, Judges; Clarence Strange, Clerk; Zeno Hammon, Sheriff. nfght He croSse(J Glensfork, G. E. Powell, W. A. teen times. He made several narrow escapes, but reached home in safety. Brockman, Judges; John Webb, Clerk; and in good health. He has an in- - Lee Burbridge, Sheriff. White Oak, W. N. Holt, Ben terestinff story to tell, Thomas Leach, Judges; Jim Hayes, Ernest Waggener, and wife, Spring-wer- e field, and Mont Waggener and wife Clerk; H. J. Conover, Sheriff. Lebanon, spent last Sunday with Mr. Little Cake, W. F. Grant, T. W. w- - s Chapman. Wheat Judges; Monte Tarter, Clerk; and Mrs' Jo. Henson Jr., Sheriff. Mrs. G. W. Staples is in Cincinnati, Pellyton, W. H. Sinclair, D. O. buying fall millinery and dress goods. Pelley, Judges; Ernest Workman, Mr. J. w. Short and wife, Mr. J. W. Clerk: Elbert Sanders, Sheriff. E Short and Miss Mary Dickens, Roley, Charlie Bault, Wi J. Tucker, Cumberland, county, are visiting at Judges; Melborn Wolford, Clerk: P. the home of Mr". F. E. Mullinix. H. Dunbar, Sheriff. Mr. H. K Alexacder, of Burkesville, Cane Valley, D. H. Beard, Dempsey was here, taking orders, the first of Rice, Judges; Tyler Tupman, Clerk; the week J. M. Woodrum, Sheriff. Mr and Mrs- - Fred ae expected, Egypt, G. D. Bryant, Dave Mnrrell, r They fudges;' Ebb Foster, Clerk; Welby may ,Dteretlne POts on Cooley, Sheriff. If-ne'gh-borhood - left Saturday for Middlesboro where she will remain' until after the Christmas holidays. Her husband is in business in that city. Mrs. Jo Rosenfleld SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE,KY. Known all over America. From Corsicana Texas. To the Editor: ECZE EalTO.fonsefly caned .Host'sCnro gBanutecd Htut'i la to stop and penninonUr cars tbas terrible ItenlBff. It Is com rounded tot t&xt tmrposo ind ytmr money will a promstly Tetooaed without oaestion ix Hunt's BalTO zafls toearo Btift.BciaTna .Tetter. BluTrfona, Cotton picking is the order of the day. Cotton is very poor "n this part of the country. Wheat and oats are fair, hay is excellent, although hard to save on Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. account of such a heavy rainfall. the press I will then write you. This is a fine country to live in another letter with a trip across-ththe soil is mixed some black and Pacific, and a descrption of some sandy land, the land is ju3t China for a subject. as good as the blackland. Cor Yours Truly. sicina is a city in the neighborK. N. Sparks.- hood of 16,000. population. m m We have a cotton factory and three wholesale houses. Their Markets. Louisville, Sept. 29. Cattle PrJni export steers 813.0013.50;hea7y GFl e shlp-ingll.50.12.- light 910: heifeis ?8.0011.50; fat, cows, $7.5010.50; medium $6.to 7 50;cutters $5.00(36.00 cod ners S4.755.00;bulls $5.507.50;f eetler $810 00; stockers $7.00 to $9.00 choice milch cows S95Sll0; medium ?65&5? common 25065. head. Price steady. Choice veals - $17.00017 50 medium 8.5011.50; common 5.508 Hogs Receipts 3,547 head. Dssanflji was good. Best hogs 165 lbs sued up 16.75; 120 to 165 lbs 315.75? 220 VsSf down $13.75 throwouts $13 40 down. Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, 679 925-hea-d Calves Recipts market steady all through, beet lamtw $14.00 seconds 810 Best sheep $7:Cr bucks 85.00 down. '; Butter Country 3840c lb. Eggs Freeh, case count candle 43c to 44c a High cost of living? You betH' . W . 1 ,- - ! Life is joet one expensive efcu ' r- after another. ADAIR COUNTY, NEWS Weed. j - For tale. mmtmsmm 46 4b i$&d Life A nice lot of seed Eye, clean and Mrs. HariettjSexton, of Scots-vill- e, "Ky., is visiting her daugh- clear of cheat at $2.00 per bu. Chas. E. CabU, Gresham, Ky. ter, Mrs. W. R. Compton. Was a Miss Mable Curry, of Bliss, is attending school at this place. WHAT UNFAIRNESS BROUGHT. l w " The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next; I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I . gradually got worse. Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . I decided to ri ... TAKE tSij 1 R tfcjpf A FJt r "T rf j HM Hie Woman's Tonis "I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly, relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . "It has now been two B years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female The dry weather has dried most all of the springs in this part. Water is very scarce. Prof. Harniss is doing splendid work in his school at Prices Creek. BenfcYarberry, our cattle deeler, is doing a nice business. The church at'this place is being repaired. .Quite a lot of work is beingdone this week. Albert Brummett sold two nice mules forJ.$275fi; one day last week. The pieL supper 2 at Morris Chapel went off nicety. Quite a lot of pies were there. We think that the Sparksville reporter mus.t be sick as we have not heard fromhirn for some up-to-da- te RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 ! 2 Ply $2.25 timp. Prof. Reece andLLoy gives us an all day singing the first Sunday in October. If you want to know about the rich and attractive lands in the Prairie of Mississippi, don't wait for a convenient time, but write for book- let giviDg information at once, Strong & Harris, West Point, IMiss. ' 48-- 2t trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your system, take the advice of Airs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. run-down To Keep Well. An apple tree bearing 32 kinds of apples and 6 pears has been produced by Henry Flater, after years of experimenting. The tree, declared by experts to be one of the most exceptional horticultural wonders ever produced, was the last of the famous Vance orchard. Whan Flater went to work on it the trunk was decayed in a number of places. Limbs were dead and farmers declared it would never yield again. Filling the hoies with cement and bracing the broken limbs with chains, Flater grafted on a number of kinds of apples. Year after year he added new grafts until this summer the tree is giving more than three dozen kinds of fruit. The tree is more than 75 years old and is bearing apples "from early summer until late fall. Ex. -- lM niggisis J. 68 Some Apple Tree. They selves in a quandary. have let appropriations outrun income by some two billions of dollars, and if the luxury taxes are repealed and no equally productive sources of revenue are provided, this excess of expenditures over receipts will grow larger. They sought credit for repealing these excises in the Witness my hand this September extra session, and this design 2nd, 1919. prompted them to prevent- their Attest S. G. Neat Clerk, Adair ' Farms for Sale. t abolition by the Democrats in the County Court. regular session. They hoped to 215 Acre Farm for Sale, 120 acres; $2,000 worth timber, 90 acquire a chance for glory. acres in cultivation. Just rolling They have inherited only a enough to drain well. Lime soil, "41 miles north of Greensburg, Ky. frame house, barn 48x48; all cause of embarrassment. 46-4- A newspaper gives these rule?, mainly asjflu preventatives, but excellent general suggestions fcr preserving health: Sleep with the windows open. Drink a glass of water for every waking hour. Eat less of concentrated foods and more of fruit and vegetables, and keepjjust a little on the hungry side of the appetite. Keep clean inside and out. Relief for constipation is in the drug store, but its prevention is in orchard and garden. Walk at least a part of the way to and from work, and keep in the open on Sundays. Practice deep breathing, Do not become frightened ' at first symptons of flu (or any ill ness-- ) The fear or disease weakens resistance. Do not get angry or entertain resentiment toward any one. Anger and hate create poisonous toxins and lead to a lowering of the general health. A sense of fairness would have served almost as well as a genius for statesmanship in saving the Republican majority in Congress from the difficulties with which they are confronted in finding a means of reducing taxation withps-out at the same time impairing revenues. Had they with the last Democratic Congress in anticipating some of the problems that were foreseen as a consequence of the war, they would have escaped at once the duty of formulating and passing this legislation and the responsibility for its failure, if it proved inadequate or unwise. They would have begun the work of the extra session with at least $& temporary relief from fiscal burdens and would have had time and opportunity to devise and enact suitable measure. But Republican leaders in the Senate and they controlled also the leadership of the House of Representatives d e i be rately planned and executed the defeat of the Democratic bills which contemplated abolition of the luxury taxes, through this involved a breach of faith with their Democratic associates. This defeat was accomplished by a fillibuster in the closine1 days of the last Congress. A spirit of fairness would have restrained these Republican partisans from seeking political advantage in any question so important as that of the country's A regard for their finances. word plighted in behalf of the prompt passage of the repeal of the luxury taxes would have profited them and the Government. But, having refused to be fair they were unable to be clever. 1 so-call- ed LFOROID Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breechinsr. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking R&Dges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and tags FANCY GROCERIES. urnlture, Carpets, and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Ii Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. m We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. Come in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs &.Sat Nik NELL m Notice of Election. i COLUMBIA, o KENTUCKY. EVERYTHING IN These leaders now find them- Notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened and an election held in White Oaic Voting Precinct, No. 9, on November 4th, 1919. it being the Regular Election Day,to ascertain the will of the voters on the question as to whether or not they wish cattle, or any species thereof, horses, mules, hogs, sheep, goats or stock of any and all kinds, to run at large on the public highways or uninclosed lands in said precinct. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. StjSel 1 1 Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated CO- - O Eaat ria'kei Street4 Between Firs! and Brook Louisville, Ky. necessary The prairie of Mississipi is rich, healthy and attractive. We want your section to share in the great development of this country, now in it3 infancy. Hundreds of Kentuckiaos from nearly every part of that state have already bought farms in this prairie and not a one dissatisfied. Lands liave already advanced to an appreciable degree but thousands of acres of as fine land as you ever saw is yet on the market at less than half their 'value. This country otfers you the opportunity of your life if you really want a fine farm. The sooner you buy the less it will coat and the larger your profits. Write Strong & Harris for Booklet, "West Point, Miss. 48 2t . good farmers outbuildings and cellar. Entire farm fenced in fields, mostly with woven wire. Fine grain, stock and dairy farm. 10-acr- e warned. Reliable young women with good 48-inc- h watered, good limestone soil, 20 acres first bottom land. J. C. Hodges, Greensburg, Ky. well 45-- 4t Well improved, w Sg -- H om T. PRIC 35R33Se$S3S53- $ ISURAKCE, LIFE' INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES 88,500. 100 acre3, 55 from school .education acres in cultivation, 45 common Tobacco Land for Sale. acres timber; on mail route. Level to training in my two forty bed hospitals, rollingLimestone soil. house, one at Liberal Kansas and the other at barn 36x44, with sheds, all under Hutchinson, Kansas. Both hospitals 260 acre3 of good Burley tobacco fence; 18 acres corn, that will make 9 miles from new of modern brick and tile con- land for Sale. It is 50 bushels per acre-wil- l go with this Campbellsviile, in Taylor county. It 'and the. most farm if bought before it is harvested. struction will be sold in lots of 50'acres or more. Competent corps of teachequipment. S7.500 Address y' We have numerous other farms for ers maintained. Salary for first year Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, 12 per month with board, sale. Write us for information. room and Campbellsviile, Ky. f . Harvey, Fisher, Pate Co. laundry. None but competent and Fertilizer for Sale. Georgetown or Crandall, Ind. conscientious girls need apply. Write te t to take f 44-t- 47-3- t In- for application blanks to me at sir Hospital, Hutchinson, "Hutchinson spection of our Millinery department, Kansas." ' which wo have added on our MezzaT. A. Jones, M. D. 1 I am receiving new goods this nine floor. Ladies and children's hats week. See my line. Men's odd coats please. at prices that One hundred acres of good land for and overcoats also ladies and men's Russell & Co. underwear. rent. There is a dwelling on it. A new log wagoa and well rig for J. P. Neat. Mrs. P. W. Dohoney. You have only one month to give in J. M. Wolford. M&e. A 48-48-your list. Do it now. Near Fair Ground. Columbia, Ky. Cmy Creek, Ky. We most cordially solicit your per cent acid, $1.55. cent potash. U. L. Antle. 16 Also 3 per sei 9S COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. xxS S$ GmS eeree Shop & Columbia Barber -i- s&mSc LOY lowe; 36 46-4- AlSanitary 2t 48-2- t. 2. &! Give us both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. Shop,-wher- e a Trial and be Convinced. ADAIRCCUSTY NEWS XSS G. R. a REED, and trained worker, and business man, and that he deserves a fair reward for his services. Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened and an election held in Egypt Voting Precinct, No. 14, on the regular election day, November 4th, 1919, to ascertain the will of the voters on the question as to whether or not they wish cattle, or any species thereof, horses, hogs, mules, sheep, g.oats, or stock of any and all kinds to run at d large on the public highways or lands in said precinct. . Witness my hand this September unin-close- FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE r- - Columbia, --- --- Keutucky. 2nd, 1919. Attest. S. C. County Court. Neat, Clerk, Adair 46 4t 5C3&OSJ383J3823$23805G3SES$S3SQ$SS8QSJ08OS3C333S U Solving the Labor Problem. TD&1Crc;.C$aSB?7 rXS . AUTOMOBILE LINE " part of the In whatever GampbellsvillG country we go we hear farmers Columbia and talking about the difficulties of jX B Round Trip, $2.75 ATT Mail Car fJril-- u I $1.50, Round Trip, $3.50 xJ securing labor. A shortage of $2.00 Ford Car farm labor is nothing new by any Special Attention to Traveling Men B means, and probably it is little On account of the License Fee of $50.00, ihe High Cost of greater now than it has been at Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our any time during the past twenty Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: 8 years. Doubtless the actual Your Support Solicited. number of laborers is smaller, Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. but it must be considered that a Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. properly directed hired man can & E. accomplish much more work now phones- :- 2-fi than in the past, due to more 3G8S3BO8G$53JJQ8Q8Ss2SS$Q$3e55G80SJO8O$$083S'" effiicient machinery. There is not going to be any decided imwithout number is a man's size The BacK Yard Garden. provement in the: farm labor job and calls for constant atten- problem, and we might as well The war and the high cost of tion and care. The man who has accept this as a fact. The one living have made thousands of had a garden for a few years and way to get the farm work done city and town people garden en- has encountered all the troubles with the minimum amount of thusiasts. In fact, back yard and disappointments that are hired help is to organize the farm gardening has almost attained sure to come to the gardener, business so well that what labor the rank of a popular sport, and can not help but have more sym- is available can be used very it is quite as common now to hear pathy with the farmer, be cause effectively. Modern machinery, men boasting about their gar he comes to realize that the pro- well laid out farms, rotations,, dens as about their dogs, babie3 duction of crops of any kind is a convenient buildings and, most and phonographs. A. really good task that calls for hard work, important of all, careful plangarden, be it large or small, is skill and perseverance. He ning of the work, are some of something to be proud of, for to J must realize that the successful the things that make labor effecproduce one in these days of farmer is not by any means an tive. 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Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. Winston-Salem- m R. J. RLY.NOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, --v v'JS. :'. , N. C. : sy AfeJti-i.- -: the man who will be most successful in getting the best class of help because he can give the men steady work the year around and can afford to pay good wage3. Notice, To Tax Payers. gs: , i 7TC s iBimMrMa JS)KSI5i8SBS5K 36 m, YUUK ,w-- xL-ir- t: INSURED? o books in my possession your taxes are now due, so please call and settle. Thesooner you pay, the HC IN better it is for all concerned lb only s takes one time, so please settle wich- out delay. Gortez Sanders. f Sheriff Adair County 42-t- I have the If Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. O We sell the best for the least money. iS Don'l Print It. " !&2a86StfXSrc3X433Sa3tt&5ttrcK?VX2 S5SKKKCC5aSrSSWEOw 7K 7fZ See G. T. 24-- C. STUliTS, Kgerpt, jasgjaaassggasgaiggg-iissgat- oofisisj " " ife'' Certain-tee- d Z J -- ., yi, "SMM vftrarairasiSArffa&igss.' v i renders a war service fcllL'- - ! r?fi$M$&S&i& $m v&mmmxr iA I V saves war supplies because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides pur armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves v)ar transportation, because it is so Cerlaxn-tee- d Wmm : t (jjjjllk. compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d scves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that comi packed in the center of roll can lay it correcdy. The durability and economy of Ceriaiii'teed are recognized the world ,cr, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof lib'-- Vlr ' - for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Products Corporation "Keep it out of the paper," is the cry which all newspaper publishers daily hear. To oblige of ten costs considerable, though the party who makes the request thinks the granting hardly worth saying "thank you". A newspaper is a pecular thing in the eye3 ot the public. The newsgatherer is stormed at because he gets hold of one item and is abused because he does not get another. Young men, and often young women as well as older persons, perform acts which become legitimate items for publication and then rush to the newspaper office and beg the editor not to notice their escapades. The next day they condemn the same paper for n t having published an item about another party doing the same thing they were guilty of, forgetting apparently their la a visit to the printing office. Leo anon Enterprise. e-- igS&$ig& a century ago, "Uncle John" Shell, 131 -- year-old mountaineer, has agreed to meet all comerSf j PHONE S9K8S38 HENRY W. DEPP, COLUMBIA: KY. regardless of age, in a shooting contest. Am permanently located in Co, The test of skill was arranged lumbia. at a birthday party the other day for "Uncle "John" during All Classes of Dental work done. Crow which he told of a shooting die and Inlay work a Specialty. S match between himself and two All Work Guaranteed Indians in his youth. Office: next door to post office. "The last match I shot in" he declared, "was a couple of years ajro, but they were all young felWELL DRILLER lows in it." "How many of them did you beat?" asked a guest. I will drill wells in Adair and "Only four." he replied, and adjoining counties. See me be added, "that's all there was in Latest imfore contracting. it." I Office & Varehontee in Principal Ciliei of America Manufacturer of Ccrtabi'teed Paints VamishstRazfing Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods S. M. SANDERS CAMPBELLSVILLE, & CO iiiUl1: ! KENTUCKY. proved machinery of all kinds. am now running a closed Pump Repairing Done. Give Dodge Car between Columbia and Campbellsville. Safe and reme a Call. liable Chaffeur, and close attention paid to the traveling public. C. YATES When your food does not digesr. J wane your business and I guariis and you fel "'blue," tired and antee satisfaction. See me for couragtd, you should usi a little II Ml nnces. began in Paternoster Rtw with, BINE at bedtime. It opeus the bow- - ao ntStanley Epperson. "tw Jli els, purities the system and restork.a the Lord's Prayer in Litin, conenergyone reeling ot neaitn ana tinuing it to the end of the.street, Origin of "Amen Corner' a-- v Sold by Piull Drug Co. and then said "amen" at the county The phrase "amen corner" fs corner. As used in this He's Some Shot" iid to have originated in Lon- - the phrase describe the corner of a church where the elderly To prove that his nerves:.- Jn' when the monks recited sit and pronounce the just ks steady and his 3iov;'.,!e"Pater No3tef asthey went members word "amen" at intervals. Cojuat as true, as it was whenhei,!iiJ)ro?.essbn P CorPM Christi lumbus Dispatch. shot deer in the Kentucky woods cay to St. raui uatnearai, tney i. - t - - I -- j t- - v: a. a; & -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t-- ji "A " vGradyville, HicrK FOR SALE-- grows from 1 , i: ' J Dc Z A. Yates, of Edmonton, &ere the first of the week. Grade Tobacco Farms grow the hirfaest Hkes within,10n tobacco to the acre. Our briar the highest prices on the Jeracre. This land N. Coffey, of Columbia, a minimi hmio n.. pissed through here Thursday on plopStrto ntocldans and nosold attwno ale a Ices or SadebT us where the purchaser paid. fn& return from Nell community. eyen lor the price 6how you what ' X SndsofLltBurleT tavwSbly to ZCO Did You! Buy Texas Chief, Hartford and ; United Chief at Par? . rv .. L. B. Cain is progressing nice Hy with his lsrge tobacco barn Come to Jeflersonvflle andlet us wehaTB. You will be under no obligations. K so you made wonderful profits. We are now offering you sto'ckih . ," - . Vtigkt Iisuruce & Realty Co. G. T. Flowers spent a few days afc Campbellsvijle last week. Mr. E. R. Baker has been con , rnedl to his room with rheuma-aifsfor the past week or so. Mr. T. R. Stults, of Columbia, orss in our midst the first of the m Jeffcrsonville, Ind. Phone 18 VokOit Bid and Messrs. 0. W. Breeding Noah Jessie, taking the fencing from around their hay and straw stack's, letting their stock to same, destroying a considerable amount of each, besides going to Deputy sheriff Roe, of Sparks- - their melon patches destroying mtte, collected taxes here la9t everything they came in contact , '.Friday. Quite a number of our with. Mr, Beeding says that dollars would not recitizens were on hands with their twenty-fiv- e place his hay" that the stock de Jiznds. made a trip stroyed, to say nothing about Mr. - S2LSt week' to Covington and Louis- - their melons and property for nlle calling on his old friends Mr. Jesse and Mr. Breeding says mad relatives. He reports a very he is sorry to say that it is some of his near neighbor's boys that pleasant visit. did the work on the Sabbath day Rev. D. Vance preached his One of the' most enthusiastic V'ast sermon for this conference gatherings in this section of the jyear in our city last Sunday his county was at Jay Bird school. sermon was very interesting. house last Friday night when the 43 ur people would be glad if he pie supper was pulled off. Prof. be sent back to this place. John Rose, wbo is the efficient Mr. W. S. Baker and wife, teacher at this place, made the spent last Sunday with relatives announcement ten days ago. In nsar Campbellsville. regard to the gathering, conse Mr. and Mrs. John Cave, of quently there was a large attend Washington, Ind., are visiting ance the biding on each piejwas In this community at this writ- spirited, the highest selling for ing. $7.00. The amount of sales was Miss Mollie Flowers left us a 50 00 as we get it. The money 'few day 8 ago, for the Lone Star will be donated to some charitaState, where she will spend the ble institution. The music was .winter with her brothers. furnished by Akin Page and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hill will Henderson, it was simply fine. Ieave for Edmonton, where Mr. Cane Valley. Hill has accepted a position in the Gowen Hotel. Mrs. L. C. Nell and her son and Mr. and Mrs. Kinch Hendrick-so- n daughter, are visiting relatives and their son, George, and Mrs. Mag Jones, who was reared at Owen ton this week. Grady. J. J. Parson, here and now living in Union W. L. Strong Hill, and his son,SEd, county, were visiting relatives 3pent a few days in Louisville here last week. ' Miss Bedelia Judd, who raised iast week. patch, Dr. L. C. Nell is nearing a back yard tobacco of a new tobacco barn. certainly had some of the finest n Mr. Yates the well plants I ever saw. She is the driller, of Columbia, is doing a only daughter of R. L. Judd goad business, has recently put Band master, of this place, and down 15 good wells with plenty she, too, is quite a musician. of water in each, one in thi3 sec- Mr. and Mrs. Buel Hendrick- tion. He is now at the Wilmore son, of Louisville, were visiting ,fimneat work. the former's sister, Mrs. Chat The Grady spring, that has Dohoney, laBt week. fjeen inconstant use for last cenMr. Wm. Bailey, who lived tury and always afforded plenty here many year's ago and moved .of good cold limestone water has to Texas, Colorado, and Ohio, .failed to such an extent that the has returned to this good old county to spend the remainder of .water is not fit to use. We are glad tc note that Mr. his days. J. M. Sanders who has been con- Alvin Bridgewater, son of Ruel fined to his room for a number of Bridgewater, is the only soldier weeks with a complication of boy that is still in France from .troubles, is able to be out again. this place. Messrs. Blades and Rodgers I received a letter from Mr. J who moved in our community C. Sublett, atBardstown, stating last fall from the Keltner that Geo. Hancock, formerly of buying tha farm of T. Columbia, had Bold his farm and W Dowell, known in this part that Mr. Bill Tupman, of Colum.of the community as the Diddle bia, had bought a fine farm and jfarm, have made the best crop would soon move to same. of tobacco and corn that has been Judge Hendrickson, of .fcrawn in this part of the country. Campbellsville, came to our town Their corn and tobacco dan not the first of September and orifae beat in the country any where, ganized a banks The stockholders we will venture to say. Thev turned the matter over to J. G. .simply know how to grow it. If Judge Hendrickson any one doubts this just drop Sublett and to complete matters. Judge .down here and be convinced. Hendrickson recommended Mr. Remember the time and place Charles Campbell for the cashier .of Mr. Grady's fine colt show, at $100 per month, and Mr. Subrifc will be a great show, we ct lett wanted Dennis Eubank at that this will be the finest $75.00 per month. Judge with,kt of colts ever gathered drew his stock and Mr. Eubank com-jpleti- on well-knowcom-.munit- y, -- Kentucky Chief Oil & Gas Co. CAPITAL STOCK $165,000.00 Well-Know- i Hi SEARES $1.00 PAR VELUE 1 SSSSMPIMlifffflMlWlffl Kentuckians Backing "Kentiick Chief" n The people of Kentucky have invested their money in every company we have promoted, and in eveiy instance they have made enormous profits. In the organization of the Kentucky Chief Oil & Gas Company, we have a stronger line-u- p of Kentuckians than we have ever had. list of officers, Read our is directors and trustees carefully and then decide whether your money safe when invested with such men os Augustus E. Wilson, V. C. Cundiff, E. C. and well-know- I BlilIungPBBS i jaiiiaiaiBlBKgiwifflgw'iMB'-!Ht Moore, Eli G. Wesley, and S. C. Walker, all J men of highest repute your State. investments. n through A. C. Dulaney and Theo. Combest have already proven their ability to protect your OUR ACREAGE As in all our past ventures'we have purchased the best acreage obtainable, where we were sure to get production and give our stockholders a renl run for their money. Get in on the ground floor of this organization. Those who invested their money in Texas Chief, Hartford and United Chief made big money. Those who buy stocd at par in Kentucky Chief will also make big money. Here is the acreage we have bought; We will drill our lf Two and lf acres in Block 97, two and acres in Block 820 and twenty acres in Section 23, Tillman county. first well on our tract in Block 97, the same block in which are located the famous Texas Chief and Hartford wells, and we are sure to get production here. one-haone-ha- OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. PRESIDENT: W. C. Cundiff, of Liberty, Kentucky. Mr. Cnndiff in County Clerk of Casey County, and has served in that capacity for the past business man of the highest type. fifteen years. He has made a success of everything he has undertaken. A of Louisville, and Augustus E. Wilson, of Kentucky. He served as Governor for the people of KenFIRST tucky from 1907 to 191 1, and needs no introduction to the people of that State. He is now practicing law and, as an attorney, is excelled by none. SECOND VICE PRESIDENT: Less Combest, of Wichita Falls, Texas. Mr. Combest is General Field Manager of the new Company and a man self-ma- de VICE-PRESIDENT: who has made good in the oil business. n man and needs no introduction to the people of Indiana. THIRD VICE PRESIDENT: C, H. Wills, City Judge of Kokomo, Indiana. A SECRETARY-TREASUREJ. M. Douglas, Wichita Falls, Texas. Mr. Douglas spent several years in the mining business in Arizona and has made good in the oil business since coming to Wichita Falls. well-knowR: -T- RUSTEES Theo. Combest, Wichita Falls, Texas, Promoter of Texas Chief, Hartford and United Chief Companies. A. C. Dulaney, Wichita Falls, Texas, Promoter of Texas Chief, Hartford and United Chief. W. S. Stradley, Wichita Falls, Texas, Promoter of Hartford and United Chief- E. GMoore, Liberty, Kentucky, An attorney whose record bafore the public is all the recommendation that is needed. all over the State. n Eli C. Wesley, Liberty, Kentucy, Is County Attorney of Casey County and Geo. Cundiff, Dunnville, Kentucky, A successful business man and farmer. all over the State. n S. C. Walker, Louisville, Kentucky, Districts Manager, Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company. Fifteen years in the insnrance business in Indiana. B. M. Hancock, Kokomo, Indiana, District Manager Aetna Life Insurance Company. man whose business record is sure to inspire your confidence. well-know- Well-know- A Live Agents Wanted in Every Commnnity to Sell This Stock. SUBSCRIPTION: Kentucky Chief Oil & Gas Co., 720 Ohio Avenue, Wichita Falls, Texas. Enclosed find for Kentucky Chief Oil & Gas Company. 721 Ohio Avenue. dollars shares, fully paid and non assessible. Name Address Wichita Falls, Texas. AGED RESIDENT proved to be the medicine for my ail. ments," Mrs. Benner continued." "I used to suffer severe bilious attacks. SAYS BENEFITS No one knows the terrible feeling I'd experience during those spells Some TOTALLED times they would attack me while I was down town and I'd have a hard time getting home. My appetite was That so poor there was hardly and kind of Relief Trutona Gave Worth food that would tempt me. My liver Much To Her, Mrs. Benner has been out of shape tor the past Declares. two years. $1,000 nervousness, complaints, appetite and the sleeplessness, loss of like and is equally as efficient as a reconstructive agency for overcoming after eCects of pneumonia, Influenza, deep colds and the like. Trutona, the perfect tonic, is now being introduced and explained in Adv. Columbia at Eaull Drug Co. tarrhal pre-,dj- , .iagether. made it up and the A faw Sundays ago alot of rude ago. jfed'f aatortd the premises of' feel that I've Received $1,000 wortn 1123 of benefits," Mrs. O. Benner, Mrs. Bardstown Road, said recently. long Benner, who Is 52 years old, has haying been a resident of Louisville, n been born here, and she Is bank will be in ttiis city and vicinity. well-know- I six dollars I've paid out for Trutona TrfHiiaville. Ky., Sept. 30th -"- For "After I had taken three bottles of Trutona I realized it was helping me and now, with the fourth bottle finished, the bilious attacks have ceased to occur. I haven't had a spell for the past week. My kidneys are in better shape, too. I can truthfully recommend Trutona to those who are suffering as I did." faith inTruton at first, but It Trutona Is especially benefioial for didn bave much "111 admit that I and bowel troubles, ca aeon stomach, liver H. Gill returned from Mis sissippi last Saturday night. He in formed the News that Mr. I. C. Brown, R. K. Young and himself hart nur- chased a little over eleven hundred acres in about thirty miles of West Point, where Mr. C. S. Harris resldee. Mr. Gill gives glowing descriptions of the country and will remove to his Louisville Conference is over. T. late possessions the first of January.'' J. Wade will be the presldtag' Eider Mr. Brown is a Boyle county, Kenof Columbia district, R. V. Bennett tucky man. is returned to Columbia, and Bro. The meeting at the Christian Shelly goes to Campbellsville, Rev. J Church did not start last Sunday, the S. Chandler is sent to Bells an minister who was to assist tha pastor being sick. Notice will be given when it when it will commence. r When the chest feels on fire and the throat burns, you have indigesWhen your food does not digest wel tion, and you need HERBINB to per. and you fael "blue," tired'and disrid of tha disaereeable feellne. It couraged, joe should use a lltfe HER. food, BINB at bedtime. drives- - oat badly digests It opens the bow-et- ef and puristrengthens th.e stomach perigee the system mmI real mm a fies the bowels. SoW by Eaull Drug ise fetltaff of health aad energy. Adv. Co. SoW by Faall Drag Co. Ad? Mr. W.