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The Adair County news: October 8, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919100801_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: October 8, 1919 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ) v " AjA - . A&atr (itamttj Sfetus COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCT.. :j? rttet. NUMBER VOLUME XXII 8, 1919. 50 Gstd-By- c, Bre. Shelly! Red Letter Day or Rally Day. New Era Bible Class For Men. Judge H. C. Baker has consented to enlarge his Sundayschool lecture course to embrace a popular outline for a class of men to be assembled from the men of the town both in and out of the Church. We need you and you need the school of Bible thought. You will not be questioned or catechised. The moral fores of numbers and your presence is very much needed. The appeal is for your hearty cooperation Come and welcome. Such a class of men is needed now in every church. B. T. Watson, Pastor. Hall of Tamplco Lodge No. 419 Well'Krfotfn Farm Changes Hands. P. & A. M. Cane Valley, Ky. Death of a Child. Eunice, the eleven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McLean t after a long illness, died Monday night at 11 o'clock. She was her parents only child and they loved her dearly, watching and praying daily and nightly for her recovery. Her affliction could not be relieved by the skill of a physician, and after many weeks she peacefully fell into the arms of her Savior. May God comfort the heartbroken parents Is the wish of this publication. The funeral services will be attended by many friends. For the last four years Eev. S. G. Shelly has been the Presiding Elder of the Columbia district, his home being in this city. He is a minister of superior ability, and a most entertaining speaker, a man who puts his whole soul in his work, and during the four years he was the Presiding Elder of this district, he accomplished a great work. He and his excellent companion were very much liked here and over his territory. At the Conference, held at Elkton, last week, Bro. Shelly was assigned to Campbellsville Station and he has left for that place. The Methodist people of that city are to be congratulated in securing such an able, godly man. He succeeds Rev. J. S. Chandler, and Conference evidently knew that it would require an able minister to follow him, as the latter is regarded one of the strongest preachers in Conference. We take pleasure in commending Eev. Shelly and wife to the people of Campbellsville. Big Lot Sale. At Presbyterian Church next day. All one-tim- Sun- e members of Sabnew comers and friends bath School, generally ,of the school are expected and cordially solicited to be present. Some special music and progsam morning and evening will be rendered. Returned soldiers, especially those whose names are on our "Honor Roll," will please sit together at the ser- vices. "'Harvest Home" time for all departments of the church "Loyalty" is the watchword. Every body welcome. B. T. Watson, Pastor. Why any man should cultivate steep, rough land or why he should continue to farm where he is compelled to use commercial fertilizers to get moderate production when thousands of acres of fine, level, rich lands are idle can only be explained as follows: He does not know of the rich level land or be is afraid to leave his old home" surroundings. Life is too short to stick to an old poor farm if you can get a rich one. Your children deserve the best opportunity you can give them. We can tell you about this country, but the only way to determine is to come and see it. Write us for Booklet or come and we will show you the good and the bad. Strong & Harris, t West Point, Miss. 50-2- It is the Public Sale: On Thursday, the 16th of October, I will sell to the highest bidder, at my residence, one mile South of Cane . The Henry Reality Company have purchased of Mr. N. M. Tutt eleven acres of land, in the Tutt addition, which they will lay off into building lots and put them on sale at an early day. It is believed at this time that the date of sale will be from the 20th to the 30th of this month. Watch the News for an "ad" of this big sale Rev. Bennett to Remain as Pastor. Valley, the following: One team mares, a wagon, one milch cow and a general line of farming tools, sixty bushels of oats, Household and kitchen furniture. Everything in the way of household goods and farmnew. Terms ing tools, practically made known on day of sale which will start at 9 a. m. 50 2t E P. Viers. Per-cheon Whereas, having completed the designs written for him on life's trestle board, the Supreme Architect of the Universe having appointed unto every man to die, He called from labor to refreshments in the Grand Lode above our beloved Brother John A. Jphnston, who departed this life July the 25th, 1919. Brother Johnston was 93 years of age and he was the oldest member of the above lodge both in age and years in masonry. Resolved, That in the death of Brother Johnston Tampice Lodge No. 419 F. & A. M. has lost a very faithful member, his children an affectionate father and the community a worthy citizen. Resolved, That as a mark of our es teem and in fraternal remembrance, this resolution be spread upon the minutes of our lodge, a copy sent to each member of the bereaved family, that a copy be sent to the Masonic Home Journal and the Adair County News for publication. About six months ago Mr. C. S. Harris transferred his farm, of nearly three hundred acres, to Mr. John B. Turner, of Harlan county, for and a few weeks thereafter Mr. Turner took possession. It is a very valuable piece of property, andjbeing only one mile from the court-hous325,-00- 0, e, makes it very desirable. For the last week or ten days Mr. P. V. Cundiff and his sons have been looking over the farm, and so well pleased were they, a proposition was made Mr. Turner and the offer lead the owner to fix a price which was 328,500. It was acceptedlby Mr. Cundiff and sods and papers signed. The latter wii1 be given possession in a short time. Mr. Cundiff is a first-clas-s gentle man and he has aninteresting family, valuable acquisitions to the community. We are glad that they are to locate within a stone's throw of Columbia. For the best Stationery read LU E. young's add in this paper. Dr. W. J. Flowers has removed to Mrs. Zora Rowe's property, near the the Graded School building. About 90 acres, mostly In grass, one" half mile from town limits, and in the Graded School district. $60. per acre. 50-2- t. Millinery. Every body cordially invited to see my new line of Millinery. t Mrs. R. W. Hurt. 50-2- J. F. Patteson, Columbia, Ky., Bohemian Leader. E W.Rice, D. O Eubank, J. M. Hancock, Committee. Went Over the Cliff. Notlonly the Methodist, but the people of Columbia generally, were glad when the word came that Rev. R. V. Bennett had been continued as pautor of the Methodist Church, this place. He is a wonderfully entertain ing minister, and is very much liked by all denominations, and had he been removed it would have brought regret to many homes. He is not only a preacher of ability, but a teacher, all his discourses abounding in informa tion worth imparting. We trust that he will gain many souls for his hirer this year. Tht Chevrolet is a car of beauty and the smoothest runner on the road, The price is in reach of the poor man. Write Woodson Lewis, Greensburg, Ky. The big lot sale, at Russell Springs, last Tuesday, was a success. More than look. lots were sold and they ranged in prices from 825 to $150 per lot. The farm residence and about seventy-five acres of land was purchased by Charley Hammonds for something over 84,000. He sold this property to the Henry Realty Company, who put on the sale. The Cane Valley Brass Band made the music during ,he day. It is likely that a great many dwellings will be erected at the Springs 100 Last Thursday whi'e Sam Bunch was en route to Campbellsville with a bunch of cattle owned by Mr. D. E. Fishermen Caught. Phelps, two cows, valued at about forty dollars, broke ranks at the Green Mr. S. J. Embry, District Deputy river hill and jumped over and rolled Game Warden, came upon a party of to the bottom. One was dead when men seining in Green river, in Adair it reached its destination. county, three miles this side of Dunn-villlast Thursday morning. He White Wyandotte roosters for sale. See Count Stults. made an effort to arrest the entire party, but four men made their esElbert Gosser, who was tried and cape. He caught one man, Jas. Powfined in the Adair circuit court, on a ell, and he was brought before Judge misdemeanor charge, some time ago, Sinclair. The arresting officer also who left the connty, was brought got the seine and a lot of fine bass and to the jailer of Adair county last Friwhich they had caught. The fish day by H C. Sullivan, sheriff of Ruswere also brought to Columbia and county. sold by the County Judge. The sell charge against Mr. Powell was comOur Oranges, Bananas, Apples and promised, so we were informed by candy is received Fresh every day in the Deputy Warden, Mr. Embry. the week. Friday morning, by order of the 50'2t Novelty Shop. County Judge, the seine was destroyed. Rememb?" that President E. L. Have you seen Woodson Lew. Harrison, ol he Farmer's Union, and Kansas, is' stock of Fall and Winter ExGov. C. W. Lansdon, of and other noted speakers will address goods? It would pay you to the picnic crowd at Zion next Saturcome to Greensburg and take a day. The Cane Valley Brass Band e, cello, Wayne county, Ky., on Oct., 45th. This will be a big day in Monti- On the 28th of September Miss Elizcello. Some fine building lots and abeth Garner, who for some years splendid farming land to be sold. Remade her home at the residence of member the terms will be very easy, Mr and Mrs. S. E Allen, four miles only a small cash payment on the day South of. Columbia, and Mr. Milton of sale, and one-hacash on the lots Hughes, of Russell county, were marcash on the farms when and ried at Denmark. The bride is a very possessession is given and deed deliverdeserving young woman, and on the f ed. The remaining to a great many people in Coremaining on lots and the lumbia. The groom is just in from the farms will be divided up into long the army. He is industrious ana will time payments. Remember easy terms follow farming. to the purchasers. Don't fail to attend this sale. lf one-thir- d well-knoone-haltwo-thirds Married at Denmark. This beautiful and stylish horse. own by W. L. Grady, was very much Remember theJBig Lot and Farm admired here last Monday. He had Sale of the Keudrlck Farm, at Monti- - with him a family of ten colts, as fine as ever shown in Columbia. Mr. J. M. Howell, of Greensburgs was here and was the Judge of the Mr. Grady having offered colts, premiums Yarberry was awarded the Curt premium on the mare colt, and Robt. Elmo on the horse colt, Jas. Roy won second on horse colt, and R. W. Shirley second on mare colt. Great Bargain. One Ford touring car for sale, good as new. Six tires, four of Public Sale. 18, 1919 will make the music. Warning. $10,000 Annually. It was made known in the report made by Dr. Frank M. Thomas before the Louisville Conference, which closed at Elkton last week, that the Lindsey-Wilso- n School, of this place, will receive from the Centenary fund, 10,000 annually, for five consecutive years. Mrs. Campbell Sid well, who lived farm of Mr. You will be doing yourself harm if you don't see"The Rainbow Trail" next Tuesday at Paramount. The sale of Mr. S. E. Allen, last Friday, was well attended and every thing sold well. The stock brought good prices, also provender, household soon. and kitchen furniture. There is a stray dog at the home of with her husband, on the Mrs. Kinnie Murrell. White, dark Silas Cain, died last Wednesday. The face and bead. funeral was Thursday afternoon. She was about forty years old, and came While others are buying our rich to Adair from Russell county. Reprairie alfalfa land and selling it at ligious services were conducted at the splendid profits how can the man of grave by Eld F. J. Barger. nerve and enterprise be content when We learn from Mr. Garnett Graves, he has the same opportunity. Use your opportunity on your judgment of Campbellsville, who is a member of and the sooner the better. Write xus the reality company, who put on the for booklet giving information of this lot sale at Russell Springs, that the part of the country. entire sale of lots, including the home' 50-2t The teachers of Gradyville district will give a Box Supper Saturday night Oct. 11, 1919. The boxes will not be started under $1.00. If you contemplate buying a car and want a good one at a reasonable 'price, call on or write Woodson Lewis, Greensburg, Ky. Rev. A. G. Hill filled the pulpit at the Baptist church last Sunday night. The weather was inclement and a large congregation was not out. LOST, Brown leather pocket with inside. Finder pair of spectacles office and receive please return to this reward. Strong & Harris, ' West Point, Miss. place, amounted to 316,358. The farm one hundred acres, known as the Jennie Smith farm, in to the left of Cane Valley, sold last Tuesday. There were several bidders, but final y knocked off to B. C. Hancock for There seems to be no let up $7,100 in buying and selling farms in Adair We learn that work, on the county, three or four changing hands wholesale building will start next week or two. Later, weekly. started. P. V. Cuadlff sold his farm, lying The political speaking and' near Miami, and containing S6 acres, BmlOMClfST ft, lii,. JfWMfh Court drew a lawe ecawd to tO ! S. The basket ball game, last Wednes. day night, between the town team and the Graded school team, was easily won by the latter, the score standing 34 to 20 The gym was d with spectators.. well-fille- Teachers association will be held at Antloch, next Friday Oct, 10. Let body attend. Govdy every in the The sale at the late residence of W. it has P Dunbar . on Green river will be Saturday, October 18. m fM"" IbialastMoady.J Count Bortftafthe wife of Orvllle CheatColnmv ham, AmandavihVKy., Oct.,.3, 1919, ,,' a son.. .Mother and HH.totaff.nKwlr, You can't go wrong If you only say them new. Fine Mohair top MAVIS Talcum, Face Powder and Saturday, Oct I will offer speedometer, tire rack, shock abfor sale at public outcry on my farm Toilet Water. sorbers, tool chest, etc. For Novelty Shop on tho corner. s west of Knifley on Casey 50-further information see property. following Creek the Count Stults 2 head of yearling cattle; 2 weaning Democratic Speaking. calves; 1 8 year old work horse; 1 aged brood mare; 1 yearling colt; 2 mare .Hon. Mat S. Cohen, Democratic can- SAYS 2 hogs; 1 farm wagon; 1 six mules; gang cultivator; 1 disc harrow; 1 mow- didate for Secretary of State, will OF ing machiae; 1 turning plow; 1 small speak as the following places in Adair county at time and dates given. Mr. harrow; 1 double shovel; 100 bbls corn; 3 tons haj; some tops and blade fod Cohen is an able speaker and large DROWNING MAN. der; on the same day and at the same audiences should greet him at each place, I will offer my entire farm for appointment. Thursday night, Oct. 16, Cane Valsale, terms will be on twelve months Took Medicines as Yictims Grabs ley. time with aoproved security. Faiday afternoon, Oct. 17th, Grady Says Cromwell At Straw, Sale begins at 9 o'clock ville. J. R Beard. Knifiey, Ky., -T- rutona Brings NeedFriday night, Oct. 17th, Breeding. ed Aid. Saturday afternoon, 18th, Amos Mr. R. Mont Feese. who has been running the Pulaski County "News on Loy's Store, Fairplay. Saturday night, Oct. 18th, Clear a lease contract, has purchased the Paducah, Ky., Oct. 7th. "Just as and is now sole owner. He is Spring school house, Ozark. outfit man grabs at a straw, so getting out a good publication, and been trying every new mediDo you want the best there is? If have I we trust that he has made a paying so see our line of stationery. cine I heard of in an effort to get reinvestment. lief from long standing troubles; aad. Novelty Shop on the corner. 50-the search has not been in vain, forE Valuable Home for Sale. have found simply marvelous relief far. Mr. Hulbert, who married Miss Trutona," J. S. Cromwell, a promiof Mr. Ruel nent Paducah business man of 312 Walker, a sister We offer the brick residence conof Judge Walker, who is a taining 8 rooms, and known as the Jackson street, safd recently, C. Baker, this place, lost heavily property of Mrs. Kate Smith. It is H. "I've had liver trouble for a in the Corpus Christie flood, probably located on Burkesville street, just behe continued, "and last March; twenty thousand dollars. low the Bank of Columbia. Splendid I had an infection which left me ia a. cough!" water on the place. For further parThe Chevrolet will pull any hill terrible condition. I had a bad Constipation bothered me almost conticulars see Write that has a road up W. H. Gill or tinually and I usually felt tired and Woodson Lewis, Greensburg. 3ST. M. Tutt- v?orn out. If I leaned over for an? length of time 1 would become dizzr ' For Sale Cheap when I'd raise up. The sale at the late residence of W. "I simply feel like a man made otbp One good Hamilton organ. P. Dunbar , on Green river will be again, since taking Trutona. My bowS. C. Neat. Saturday, October 18. regularity new, els act with clock-likceased to occur Loggers, Take Notice. the dizzy spells have LOST, Brown leather pocket with and the former terrible cough is lift pair of spectacles inside. Finder lmpioved. And Trutona. We are nowready to make contracts per cent, please return to this office and receive reward. for the logging of, from two and one-- has restored my old time 'pep,' tec. half million to three million feet of I can't say too much in favor of TraWilliam Farnum presented in the logs. Responsible and experienced tona and I feel it my duty to tell tk "The Rainbow Trail" next Tuesday loggers and cutters will find it profi- nubile as it may be the means of sobw at Paramount. table to get in touch with us in per- other sufferer gaining refief. Trrseei-icln- es tona has helped me where other See "The Rainbow Trail" at thtf son or by correspondence. failed and I'm glad to reeM-- A Bassett Hardwood Mfg. Co., Paramount next Tuesday. ' : 49-Monttcello, Ky. mend it" About 10Q" Walnut fence" poets, 4 ,Trttte to new betas exelateed aA L E. YiMcs aM cfce l'nlimtni?J i Cetetttf at Faall Ixac feet long, for sale. rCall'at the Newsi ifai i office. Wwe mi cms two-mile2t EFFORTS LIKE THOSE 2t Re-gin- a son-in-la- w loag-time,- " " it e - at - Rei jiwr Of- - . . ,v XV f - I HI tfl o- - ?-- ?? ADAIR COUNTY NEWS owed. WOT ES ON ADAIR The women, at the same time, discovered, that there was quite a little quantity of money COUNTY. in the purse. It contained forty dollars in silver. Upon their re by John avroe Steele. turn, they informed their hus bands of the money. The evenNo. 35. ing following the Harpes went into camp in the neighborhood THE HARPES. On their way to join their of Stigall's home. They knew wives, when the Harpes had ar- that Stigall was absent from his rived near Steuben's Lick, in home. Leaving their wives in the present county of Hopkins, the camp, under the guise of they stopped for the midday Methodist preachers, they rerr paired to the home of Stigall and zneal at the residence of a whose name was James sought a nignt's lodging The Tompkins. Since our first ac- wife of Stigall, with her infant quaintance with them, they had child, was at her home, and, alh come very much improved in so, an acquaintance, by the name appearance. Each of of Love, who was spending the them now wore a black cloth night. One account says that c it, and pretended to be a this was a Major Love who was .Methodist preacher. One of awaiting at the house, the retnem very reverently returned turn of Stigall, who had underthanks before the commence- - taken to secure a certain horse jmencot tne meal, xney were for Love. The necessities as with rifles and each had a well as the hospitalities of the I of holsters at his saddle. wilderness of that day insured pair A this armament did not alto all a welcome at the home of the gether comport with the habits pioneers. The simple and deaz a man of God, they excused voted life of the Methodist and themselves, and assigned as the preacher of that day and of that i eason for it, the extreme wild-xe- country made him doubly welof the region and the fre- come, as he would at least read I If quency of lawless characters. a chapter from his well worn JDuring the conversation between copy of the Holy Writ, sing one them and their host, they learn or more soul inspiring hymns, d that he did not have any pow and upon bended knees raise his der and for that reason was pre- voice in a simple heart touching vented from indulging in the prayer to the Giver of all good ihunting of deer, when they, and worthy gifts. These devoted preachers were not expected with apparent generosity, him with a supply. The to be apparelled very elegantly, Big Harpe must have little con- as their means were limited and templated that within a few scant. They were rich in grace, Hmy 8, he would be 'slain by a bul- but poor in purse. They did not let propelled by the powder, hesitate to perform the functions svmch he was bestowing upon of their ,holy office in the humblest abode of the poor and lowtheir host The Harpes '" pfap- from the dwelling of ly, or in the rudest hovels and Tompkins to the residence of structures, or under the shades of the forests, fcheir wives. When John Ellis, of the trees who- was Col. Daniel Trabue's which were "God's first temmessenger, arrived at the resi- ples." With eyes for no carnal dence of Gen. Hopkins with the thing, they preached the simple information that the Harpes story of Christ and him crucified, were again in the state, and from improvised pulpits or no would in all probability come to pulpits at all, to the brave and the place of their wives, Gen. simple hearted men and women Hopkins set a number of men to of the wilderness. They solwatch the cabin for the pur- emnized the matrimonial rites of pose of capturing or killing the the sons and daughters of the Harpes, if they should come land, and kneeling upon punand friends. to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .here. After about ten days, cheon floors, or if need be, the part. Love was the possessor of where it doe3 not belong. Mr. Crit Dillon, of Liberty, is O. Cheek, of Burkesville. "Guide me so that each night however, the men became weary bare ground, they prayed the a very large, fleet and powerful of their vigil and to the conclu good Lord to always have them gray mare, which the Harpes when I look across the dinner spending a few days with his Mr. D. W. Williams, of Louisville, is visiting his mother, Mr3. sion that it was not worth while in his sacred keeping; they appropriated to their use after I table at my wife, who has been brother, G. M. Dillon. burning of the house. a blessing to me, I will have noth Miss Lena Allen, of Glasgaw, Kate Williams. to longer guard the place, and broucht the consolation of the the Continued. To Be Mr. Roy Turk, of Horse Cave, ing to conceal. is on an extended visit to her dispersed, the result being that Christian's hope to the sick and is visiting relatives and friends "Help me to live so that 1 can aunt, Mrs. Kate Williams. the Harpes were not molested at afflicted and made the hard, dyNeuralgia of the face, shoulder," in Cumberland county this week. e, their cabin. They at once, how- ing pillows, as soft as down. hands, or feet requires a powerful lie down at night a clear Dr. J. G. Bow, of Louisville, ever, packed their effects and They were received joyfully by remedy that will penetrate the flesh. without a gun under my assisted by the pastor, .Rev. Jes-se- e Mrs, R. P. Newby i3 visiting the men and women of the wil- BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT pillow and unhaunted by the left the house with the evident Brown closed a 10 days re- relatives in Louisville for a few derness of that day. Thus it possesses purpose of departing from the that power. Rubbed in faces of those to whom I have vival at Salem church last days. pountry. As they were proceed- was, that the Harpes, falsely where the pain Is felt Is all that is brought pain. Miss Bettie Jane Irvin, who is Wednesday. Dr. Bow is rich in ing to leave and when near Deer pretending to be Methodist necessary to relievo suffering and re "And then when comes the experiences and his messages attending school at Burkesville creek, they met with one Moses preachers, were made welcome store normal conditions. Sold by smell of flowers and the tread of were much appreciated by all. spent the week end with her parAdv. .Stigall, who was on a 'journey to at the humble home of Stigall, Paull Drug Co. soft steps, and the crushing of The church was greatly revived. ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Irvin, and Mrs. Stigall was only too Robinson's Lick, which was on of this place. a hearse's wheels in the gravel Miss Lois Dillon left Saturday glad to share the plain fare and the north side of the Ohio river, One Han's Prayer. out in front of my place, make for Bonham, Tex., and other the shelter of her "home with When the chest feels on fire and for the purpose of securing a the ceremony, short and the epi-ta- h points in the west to visit re the throat burns, you have indigessupply of salt. He owed one of these supposed men of God. simple. Here lies a man.' " latives and friends. Homer McKee once wrote a tion, and you need HERBINE to get During the evening the Harpes the women tne sum of one rid of the disagreeable feeling. It which he said: prayer in Mrs. B. G. Cole is on the sick drives oat badly digested food, SURGEONS agree that in cases of Learning that the Harpes discoursed freely and made in"Blind me to the faults of the Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, list at this writing. strengthens the stomach and puriwere leaving the country, he quiries, if anything had been fies the bowels. Sold by Paull Drug to me fellow, but reveal the FIRST TREATMENT is most told the women to stop at his heard of the Harpes, who, they other Mr. R. H. Williams made a o Adv. said, were reported to be prowl mine own. an EFFICIENT business trip to Columbia SaturImportant.. When swelling and to tell his wife to "Deafen me to the jingle of antiseptic Is applied promptly, there day. ing in the country. After they pay the dollar, which he owed. HENRY W. DEPP, of is no danger of infection and the He said to them, that his wife and the others had retired for tainted money and the rustle Boss and Charlie Smith left last wound begins to heal at once. For did not know where the money the night and all had become unholly skirts. week, the former to accept a DENTIST "Teach me that 60 minutes use on man or beast, BORZONE is was, and gave them directions still, in sleep, they arose, securposition at Akron, 0., and the ANTISEPTIC and ;to be Delivered by them to his ed the small purse of silver, and make one hour, 16 ounces one the IDEAL AGENT. Buy it now latter to enter school at Berea, Am' permanently located in Co. HEALING 100 cents $1. wife to enable her to find the with an axe dispatched Mrs. pound and lumbia. be ready for an emergency. Sold Ky., " Keep me young enough to andPaull Drug Co. Stigall and her child and the Adv. by ioaey. One or more of the Miss Mary E. Williams left man, Major Love. They then laugh with my children and to women.went to the dwelling of Saturday for Louisville to visit All Classes of Deafal work rfoae. Crev Bakerton. Iom myself in their play. her sister, Mrs. H. A. Moss. dfteaad Iolay work a SpeiaIty,I, StirU and convened to StigaiTg set fire to the dwelling house, ''Grant, I thee, that I i Miss Minnie Cheek returned to wife the meiskge of her hus-- which was entirely consumed by may earn niy me1 ticket on the Km. S. T. irvra and son, All Work Gearaateed' bamcU She sot ike money and it, and with it, the bodies of the tquare and in th doing, thereof Jaute- Fayette, went'to Monti her work at Washington', D. C. Offlc: Dit door to'pdst ofiot.. persons, Saturday after an extended viiit defer, which Stijrall tnree'morteffi tjfcftt I may not ttick the gaff OtUo Tti&t&f to viiit rriatiTM iiiKiiiiiiM$iiisMiii(i!Siffiiiii)iiiiiiig BIG LOT OF m m m ILUimiNU, UK I UUU1W, pic-?iee- ffl SHOES. nal m m m a-tne- d am now receiving and offering to the public ah immense line of m ss CLOTHING, SHOES DRY GOODS Which you want a suit, am selling at the shortest profits. or a fitting pair of shoes, call at my store. fur-jiish- ed For Nice Dress Goods, the Ladies Should not Miss my Place of Business- pro-ceei- ed m . - WOODSON LEWIS GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. mmwmmmmmwmmmmmMmmm m wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm con-sicnc- dol-la- r. bech - j'-t- b IB-gre- THE ADAIR COTJNTY NEWS Corsicana, Texas. UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, Office Phone, 168. Columbia, Ky A TRIP ACROSS THE ATLANTIC AND MY VIEWS OP GIBRALTAR WITH APOLOGIES. Q9"9"fr9"6"9frQH6 Q Q"Q"fr4484449"&& 0 WHERE TO BUY We started out of New York and tooted a long lingering farewell to the Godesa of liberty, steamed by the cruiser squachron I 8 YOUR LIVER DIDNT ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD at Staten Island and headed for the open sea. The next 'eighteen day'3 were each a replica of others seaprulls, salt house and sleep being the high lights in an otherwise prosaic existence. The morning of December the third nineteen hundred and eighteen, arou3ed'our interest in things worldly once more, for at that time we were entering the strait of Gibraltar, entering the strait in darkness the only object visible at first were blurred outlines of the hill's of Africa. Dead ahead were the lights of the little town os Gibraltar situated at the base of the rock. Three searchlights played across the entrance to the bay, and we were enveloped in their glare, as we swung to port and into the little bay. The radiance o f the searchlights, anp the low white cloud s aided by tne absence of the moon successfully camouflaged the rock, and for a time we were at a loss as to its location. As we emerged from the glare of the lights we noticed a little S. P. boat chug out from the town and start in our direction, It quickly overhauled us and a Sty.65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relierv After a Few Doses of Black-Draught 4 Clothing. Hats. Cans, Gloves. Shoes etc. LADIES' DRESS GOODS. t Cynthia doses of Seventy years of successful use Hlgginbotham, of this town, Bays: "At made Thedford's f sir age, which Is 65, the liver does standard, household remedy. Evrj mot act so well as when young. A few member, of every family, at time, years ago, my Btomach was all out of need the help that cu fix. I was constipated, my liver give In cleansing the system and ft didn't act. My digestion was had, and Heving the troubles that come fro It took: so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, Indigestion, lazy IIvmv petite was gone. I was very weak. . . etc. You cannot keep well unless yous stomach, liver and bowels are In goo4 I decided I would give a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them that way was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, trouble. I began taking It. I felt gently and In a natural way. If yot better after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Priea bowels acted naturally and the least 25c a package One cent a doM 7. 8ft trouble was soon righted with a few All druggists. MeadorsvIIle, Ky. Mrs. Black-Draught" te Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht 4 4 4 4 UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS. Black-Draug- ht All Wool Cotton Blankets Furniture, Carpets,Rugs,Davenports The only objection to trying In carving up Turkey the counis that the public is cil of four has discovered that it the weary of hearing about him. is a tough old bird. ex-kais- er Shoes are expected to advance For returned soldiers the of arid tracts will be $2. a pair next fall. A short life another attack on no man's land?! and a merry one, men! United States Tires are G ood Tires MWMSm& Msfc distinctive cockney voices was heard as the coxswain shouted "stop" do you want the rock to fire on you? We stopped soon enough and for a Spanish pilot to take us in to our anchorage. We dropped a. m. anchor at two forty-fiv- e A vision of the bay bathed in the early morning sunlight is well worth a trip to Gibraltar. On our port side the hills main ir"' T mmm!s-3SS8ssssmit- m i!sssssssaassB'- - 'Royal Cord' w m? Nobby' 'Chain' Most Economical Wear life service mileage safety comfort. These are the things that count in a tire. These are exactly what you get in United States Tires, general tire satisfaction. This greater total of tire all-rou- nd values means greater economy less cost of maintenance less repairs and depreciation. Car owners who do their own thinking prefer United States Tires. Their merit is recognized everywhere. We have them a type and size for every car. were distinctly outlined stretching back in to a mere haze of azure clouds. At their feet nestled a little fishing village. Dead ahead of us lay the Spanish Penninsula that connects Gibraltar to the mainland, on the shore of the bay along the penninsula were a row of low white stucco buildings with red tiled roofs, an nounced as barracks, but reminding me for all the world of a row of bath houses along the north or south shore, the inevitable hill's stretched backward to the horizon, only here a little settlement with the villa of some Spanish grandee as its center, half submerged in a clump of evergreen dotted the summit of land one. G' Phone No. 12. 4 Albin Murray Next Door to The Adair County New Office. 9 Columbia, Kentucky 4 C V iPHBH gfrygligtCTfea lMYkS:BARGItil MYERS-BARGh- K f! 1 COMPANY AND y fZ SvvCpiuMBIAih WHOLESALE We Know United States Tires are GOOD Tires That's Why We Sell Them. Sold By W. E. NOE and G.. M. STEVENSON, kVA' jamestown. KENfycKY. VERNON HOLT, ' fr The rock itself stern and forbidding with the morning mists still wrapping it in a gauze like haze rose on our starboard quarter, and even as we gazed the great guns broke the silence of the hills in the morning target practice, the little town at the base resembled a clump of verdure in a barren plain, around us lay vessels of nearly every nation in the world, English merchantmen Danish coal colliers, Brazilian tankers, Spanish scout cruisers, Italian barges, and what was best of all a converted german liner, now decorated with the Continued w page 6. i i i i i i B FLOUR IS THE STAFF'OF LIFF THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years In the mill business enables us to make'lhe very BEST and PUREST. We don't use anything but the JbestJ of wheat in making our Flour. We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We give our special attention to exchange and custom work,fgiving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. We Solid YourParonage. MYER-BARGE- R CO., The Louisville Trust CO '- LOUISVILLE" KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MHItor'.letlars;- - Acts as Executor. Administrator, Guardian. Agenti CnH)ltteeIaHl Trosteeraad eui qTavJfjr $ as sack Ip any County ia tfeelfltate. . Pars 3 Per eset1 per Aae (M Ties Dsfweitw. A. JOHK SWOB. Freetf. ANfcBMKJA GRAY. Trww. e. 9TICT,. ."ftmggi it' r v-'-' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .Adair The Republican spellbinders Judge L. L. Walker, of Lan- - are howling about the expense Pablislicd On Wednesdays. caster, representing the Repub of the Insurance Rating Board. lican party, addressed the. court- Here are the facts: The Insur$l Colanv6iai Keivtacky. room full of people last Monday, ance Rating Board does not cost L.MURRELL, Editor. beginning at 1 o'clock, p. m. He the tax payers of Kentucky a Mgr. spoke along MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. the line that Mr. red cent. The expense of mainMorrow is following, and pictur- taining the Board is provided for Democratic nwripaper deroted to the Intereit levied ifeeCltr of Columbia and th ptosis of Adair ed the Republican party as the by a Bpecial assessment aaA adJelnlBS countiei. greatest organization that now against the insurauce companies, is. We take it that a majority and not a red cent has been or as second Zfetered at the Columba' can oe drawn irom tne ocaie of his hearers were lasa man matter. with his presentation of the po Treasury to pay any of the exlitical issues, but many left the pense of this office. The year WED. OCT. 8, 1919. court-roobefore he concluded. 1916 practically ended the first five years of the Rating Board, Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone He was introduced to the audiCLSOperyer. period ence in a very appropriate speech and during that five-yeAH Zones beyond 2ndS$2.00 perjear All Subscription due and Payable in Advance by County Attorney, W. A. Cof- fire insurance in Kentucky cost an average of $12.20 on each $1,- fey. DEMORATIC TICKET. Judge Walker was followed by 000 of insurance. For the five Hon. L. E. Foster, the Demo- years prior to the creation of the FOR GOVERNOR cratic candidate for State Super- Insurance Ratine Board, the JAMES D. BLACK, intendent of Public Schools. ,In cost per thousand dollars of inof Knox County. a few well chosen words he was surance was $13.30, a saving of FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR introduced by Mr. Ray Mont- $1.10 a thousand or two and a V quarter million dollars to the Wm. H. SHANKS, gomery. of Lincoln County. Mr. Foster was late in getting propery owners of Kentucky in FOR STATE AUDITOR here, the train from Lebanon to these five years. Goarvty Neivs - THE SPEAKING. iXEtRnvnufraisiiM... W' I' KU BniBiuBiniBnalMiMaiaHiMiigiMliHiaBMl rFWmWmmmmmmmmmmmm -.. 4. M jmf THE jTj&SmiF J Post-offic- e well-pleas- ed m ar The Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, big sliding windows, generous seating capacity, splendid upholstering, is surely the ideal, as well as the most practical and profitable, motor car for traveling salesmen, physicians, stockmen, etc. It means quick transportation without fatigue. It means comfortable transportation regardless of weather conditions. It means good, long service at the minimum of expense. Wise to give us your order now. Price f. o. b. Detroit, $650. The parties listed below have signed up with ed as regular service stations: us agreeing to use nothing Ur"":rSAL CAR but Genuine Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. Therefore, they have been appoint- A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. being delayed The Republicans, in their platfor more than an hour. By the CO., form, adopted at Lexington, Incorporated time he was ready to take up FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL state that they are in favor of the issues, the Republicans, reducing COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. PRANK E. DAUGHERTY, CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY the high cost of living. of Nelson County. with the exception of very few Here is how they do it. Thrus-to- n had left the court-rooIt is POR SECRETARY OF STATE Ballard, who is their candisaid that sound doctrine is disZ, MAT S. COHEN, date for Lieutenant Governor, is ..-.y of Fayette County. s tasteful to some men, but wheth- also a large manufacturer of IMg they left on that account or FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS er flour. His plant is in Louisville. reality company could purchase izenship builders of the school State". I still remember a very not, they departed. During Mr. JOHN A. GOODMAN, He ships it to New Orleans, La., ground, cut it into lots, and put curriculum. Jule Hatfield, Mr. few, therefore the News proves of Todd County, Foster's speech, which was and sells flour for $1.10 cheaper many beau Loy. on a sale. There are a welcome guest to we children, COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE thoughtful and thoroughly Dem- on the barrel than to the trade tiful sites for building lots, and Lead pupils to love history. as well as papa and mama, and ocratic, a good audience, includ JOHN W. NEWMAN, in Louisville. He also pays the the only thine needed at this Scott Campbell. when we read it, the married of Woodford County. ing a number of ladies remained freight to New Orleans. How time is enterprise. If the lots Value of opening exercises. boys have to share it to. throughout. He praised PresiFOR STATE TREASURE do the Kentucky consumers like are withheld from parties who Pearl Wolford. dent Wilson and his efforts to seHENRY F. TURNER, . We will soon have been in this that kind of reduction? want to buy, build and become Primary reading demonstraof Ballard County. cure the adoption of the League state 17 years, and there has Kentucky citizens, then the town will not tion. Mrs. W. B. Hovious. spoke in the The Democrats of FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION of Nations, and been quite a few changes since Consolidations of schools. Black, are being stirred as never be- grow, and neither will it be highest terms of Governor L. E. FOSTER, our residence here, some of known as a business point. Roy Walker. of Christian County. predicting that he would win fore in a campaign. Victory is course for the better. But since i How to arouse an educational FOR STATE SENATOE. his election by a large majority. certain to crown the State tick- Therefore, I conclude that the death comes to us all, it has come 19th Senatorial District His speech throughout was high- et, but the speakers want to owners of lots should invite new spirit. Mattie Barger. to us twice and claimed our J. R. GARNETT The Independence of the first eldest ly pleasing to the many who make the majority so large that comers by selling sites. Nearly sister. Marv Lou. (Mrs. of Adair County. heard him, and evidently did the Republican opponents will be every town in Kentucky is grow- day of school. Mrs. W. B. Ho- Wallace) in the year of 1916, and FOR MAGISTRATE . vious. much good. As a school man he smothered, so to speak. Let ev ing, and those that are not in December, 1918 Frank died of Magisterial District, " money7th Relation of good roads to the Influenza is because the is known throughout the State. ery Democrat continue his good pneumonia. But our H. A. WALKER. ed men of the communities will schools. Supt. Loy. stands lor better schools and work for the ticket. He family now enjoys very good How to teach, "It is more not let them. pay to the teach an increase in health. President Wilson is better. ers. He is a true and tried DemThe managers of the DemoThere is no one seriously ill in blessed to give than to receive." I wonder if any of our boys He has a good appetite and sleeps ocrat, and his speech here had a cratic campafgn for Adair coun- this Jplace, Mabel Hindman. ty are doing their duty. If you well. All indications point to fine effect. Reading the foundation of all there, who went to service made Corn on Cumberland river is the supreme sacrifice. Truly I his early recovery. know anything that the commitlearning. Lottie Knifley. fairly good. not, it was indeed In his speech at Danville Gov. tee should be advised of, call at "T wonlrl rar.her mv nnnils hope Two months ago it was in the Black outlined educational re- headquarters. The school at this place is would drmk from a running terrible to play the part of a minds of Republicans that they form that is taking like wild progressing very nicely. brook than from a stagnant soldier "over there", and have to eleccould win in the November Democrats, of Adair, rememfire over the State. He states I Jearn that the enterprising pool." Mr. Hatfield.Lula Pierce. die away from home and loved tion on account of disaffection in that in the event he is elected ber that we have a home candi- men of Russell Springs are conones, in the lonely battle fields, How to teach agriculture? the Democratic ranks. We do Governor in November that he date for the State Senate in the sidering erecting a hospital at of France. None of my brothers Oscar Sinclair, Edgar Collins. not hear that kind of talk now will immediately after his inau- person of Mr. J. R Garnett. the Springs, many having exHistory teaching Demonstrat- had to go. for the reason that the Demo- guration call to Frankfort for pressed themselves as willing to ed. Vista Royse, Mr. Perryman. We are experiencing some real crats of Kentucky are all to- consultation upon an educational Boys, if you want to take a take stock. Why I teach school? Mrs. fall weather now, and are enjoygether "and are ready for the program the following persons: ride, get in the chariot that is Our people were real sorry Hovious. ing our first fire tonight everyvoting. Mr. Morrow is conced- Mr. John B. McFerran and Dr. now being drawn by Democratic monotony? that Bro. Shelley could not reHow to avoid thing is extremely late, there ed the Eleventh and Tenth dis- I. N. Bloom, Louisville; Dr. speakers all over' Kentucky. main longer as the Presiding Scora Hutchison. tricts. The other nine will roll McVey, the President of the having been but very little Elder of the Columbia district. Discuss rainy day amusements up large majorities for the Dem- University of Kentucky; the Read Hon. Thos. S. Rhea's cotton gathered yet, cotton crop Docia Calhoun. especially the President of the Wesleyan Col- speech published in the News ocratic ticket, ' Teacher's Association. Me and my down trodden sex. will be very short this time on First, the Second, Sixth, Seventh, lege, Winchester; Dr. A. J. A. this week. It has got a little the account of ball and leaf Ina Hovious. Ninth. The Eighth will give us Alexander, of Woodford county; Hert in it. Teacher's Association in The League of Nations. The warm. However the grain crop a good majority, likewise the Dr. M. B. Adams, President of Division No. 4, will meet at Perryman. was unusually good. affirmative, Luther Fourth and Third. Six weeks Georgetown College; Prof. Crabb,, The State campaigners are al- Neatsburg, on the 3rd Friday, Negative, Jule Hatfield. most in sight of home with Gov. ago it was believvd that the Re- of Well as my letter is growing the State Normal School, October 17. Pres. Mr. Sanders, Black away in the lead. publicans would carry the Fifth, Bowling Green; Mr. Roy L. rather lengthy I must soon close. Devotional Rev. Vice Pres. Mrs. Hovious but recent troubles in Louisville of Owensboro, and Miss Young. If any of my school mate3 or Jamestown. have caused a great political Ora Adams, of" Harrodsburg. Sec. Pearl Wolford. The benefits to be derived friends should read this I should change, and it is now said that Gov. Black and the Superintendfrom- Teachers' Association. appreciate a letter from all who We want to give a few words Governor Black will carry the ent that may be elected with Go to L. E. Young's for your Round Table Discussion. city, if not it will be almost an him will meet with these author- of warning to the citizen of this Correspondence care to write. .The school a community ce- Stationery and even break. All the Democrats ities on education and will for- place, many of whom are wed-e- d I remain sincerely yours. Cards. to Jamestown, have lived nterOscar Sinclair. have got to do is to come out and mulate a definite program for Susie Boyd. "As is the Teacher so is the Tote. The First district alone educational reform, and in par- here all their lives, and who Garland Texas. think they are residents of a School." Flora Hovious, Scott will offset the Eleventh district. ticular help the country schools SURGEONS agree that in cases of mighty good town; and so they Campbell. Oct 1, 1919 Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, Adair county should give Mr. of the State. The Evening Post are, How to secure order and disbut the day has come when Adair County News: the FIRST TREATMENT Is 'most Garnett a large vote. He is a says that this statement of Gov. they will have to march with cipline in the school. Edgar Will you please give me space important. When an EFFICIENT worthy young man and capable, Black has sent a thrill over the the procession if they expect Collins. in your paper for a few lines antiseptic is applied promptly, there would make an industrious State from Mill's Point to--, the He their townto grow and thrive. The teacher a character build- from a Kentucky lass? is no. danger of infection and the Senator, one who would com- mouth of the Big Sandy. It is Russell Springs is walking away er. Minnie Knifley. We are now receiving our wound begins to heal at once. mand the respect of the entire glorious news to the teachers of from us, and as Jamestown is For How to secure Parent Teach- News and are all enjoying it im- use ob man or beast, BORZON fct the Commonwealth. Jbody. ? the county seat, it should be' the er meetings. Mrs. W. T. Janes. mensely. We see quite a few the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and School and home sanitation. "The world do move aA;tae There is a separate ballot for first town in point of size and notes of our neighbors and child HEALING AGENT. Buy it bow . m me county. Aior Dr. Sanders. voters are flocking t Gov. tk Constitutional , Amendment. business hood friends although quite small asd be ready fer an emergency. SeW .. by Pasll PrtiOt. would prove beneficial if a I History and civics are the cit- Adr. sals JMack by the thousands.. e t0 the"Lo V aor, lan it can ior ic wjwn we . - HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette County. Campbellsville, THE BUCHANANLYON m. rgp-m ' - my 4 ad-vanci- Mc-Farla- n, Luther - A. Sr J ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I g BIG LOT AND FARM j I anrl r!iiifrVinr 'Rnr.Ha Tine of Bakerton, Ky., and Misses Lucy and Willie Coe, Ben Jones, of Burkes- ville, were visitingjat; J. C. Winfrey's Saturday. TTavof-.t-.- )ZmimmmmmmmmmBH'mmmmBmmmMm' P&peferies Mr. SALE ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15th, at 10 O'clock We will sell for Mrs. Evelyn K. Backer and others J. W. Evans, who has been'vis-itin- g in the county for two month, a left Saturday for his home in Carroll county, Mo.,1 He will stop two days at New Haven and will also spend a few days at Clarksville, Tenn. Prof. H. E. Dal ton, who was born reared in Creelsboro, was here last Saturday,eoroute to his old home. He served in France, and at this time he is the principle of the Accounant Department of Elliot College, Wheeling West Va , New Fall Goods. We are showing this week another choice line of Ladies and Misses Coats, Suits, Skirts and Dresses, also sweat- To make your sweetheart fond of your letters you must write to her on 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 1 a nice line of the best Linen Stationery consisting of Correspondence Cards, Regret and Invitation Cards. Also a nice line School Supplies. o L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, ----Columbia, Kentii,-- t m www m Am T It 900 Acres of Wayne County Land (Known as the Kendrick Farm.) Adjoining thai growing town of Monticello. Monticello wants to "Stretch Out" over this farm, so we have opened up the new addition and will sell in this with streets so laid off as to make it attractive, a number of Building Lots high and dry with fine building sites, well drained. Will also sell a number of "Cow Pastures" and "Baby Farms" in tracts the size to suit purchasers. ,i sub-division, ers, Tarns and Scarfs. Mens and Boys Clothing. I Before me, a Notary Public, in and for the State and county aforesaid, Represented in personally appeared Mrs. Daisy Ham- R. C. TayIor,Green Adair Counties jeiiu, wn o, sworn to law, deCampbellsville, Ky. poses and says that she is the publisher of the Adair County News a.n d that the following is, to the best of her knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, DRY DYEING. etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. required by the act of August 24, 1912, Or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. Ky. embodied in section 443, Postal Laws Send Via Parcel Post and Regulations, 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, and business Mr. Veston Holt and lititle son, who cried the sale at Russell Springs, manager are: P. O. ADDRESS NAitE OF were here frrm Jamestown a few days was here Wednesday, enroute for 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE,KY. Publisher, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, High Grade Tobacco Farms ago. Campbellsville. Columbia, Ky. limestone Farms that grow the highest qualKnown all over America. Mr. Wm. Hobson and his son, Paul, ity of tobacco on Stone Pikes, 'within lOmjles of Editor, J E. Murrell, Mrs. Mollie Hell, who has been in IOuisTille at prices ranging from ffStOO to $150.00 Columbia, Ky. per acre. This land crows from 1500 to 2500 were here, from Jamestown, a few the West, with her daughter, for Managing pounds of Light Burley tebacoo to the acre. Our Editor, Daisy Hamlett, crops invariably brine the highest prices on the daj sago the past eighteen months, has return- Business Manager, Daisy Hamlett, Louisville market. During the past year we have practically a million dollars worth of farm sold Mr. T. O. Morton, cashier of the ed to Columbia. property to Kentnckians and no sale was ever Columbia, Ky. made by us where the purchaser sold at a loss or Bank Casey Creek, was in Hants 81t0. tarmsOr caned the city even for the price paid. Hnat'i Cum la razisEtetato Mrs. E. S. Crume, of ElizabethtowD, Daisy Hamlett, Owner. top and permanently ems ttat Come to JeCersonville and let us show you what last Wednesday. terrible Itching. It Is com- - sa we have. You will be under no obligations. who has been visiting her daughter, Known bondholders, mortgagees, UaX ?otmded for wUl purpose ana 00 pxasetly Mr. A, H. Plant, Louisville' made a Mrs. Daisy Tettraaea vrltliast qaeattssi Voight Insurance & Realty Co. Hamlett, left for her home and other security holders, owning 1 Hunt's BsItb Ulit tojgoa it business trip to this place last Wed- Saturday morning. jJBh.BgTBffi.Tott8T.BlBgtjft per cent or more of total amount of Jeffersonville, Ind. or 8bt otter tklaalMM Ke Voight Bids. nesday. tte box; Phone 18 bonds, mortgages, or other securities; year to los 7 y Misses Cora Kelsay and Stella Gar-ne- tt Mr. R. H. CarsoD, of Toronto, left this morning for Greenviller (If there are none, so state.) None. Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. Canada, had business in Columbia last Columbia, Ky. Ala., where they have accepted ' Wednesday. Subscribed to and sworn before me positions as teachers. Con tinned from page 3. this 1st day of Oct., 1919 Mr. J. W. Keer and Dr. Leslie Mr. E. H. Hughes, cashier of the seal: Jo S. Knifley. Orsicana, Texas. Mrs. Zora Winfrey is thought to be Graves, Campbellsville were here one First National Bank, and Notary Public Adair County, Ky his daughtMy commission expires March 8th., day last week. some better. er, Miss Vic, returned last week from fteg of the american quarter1920. Mrs. D. M. Moore and children, of a month's stay in Texas and OklaL. McDaniels, Burnside. was here a master corps. By thi3 time the Indiana, are visiting relatives in homa. few days ago. Tobacco Land for Sale. 250,0:0 farmers waters around us were infested Mr. D. E. Hatcher, Jr , Glasgow Adair county. Miss Mary D. Patteson, who recentthe "Z" engine. by a multitude of Bumboats, fi'l-e- d 260 acres of good Buriey tobacco was here Monday. Mr W. T. McFarland is no-- able ly spent several weeks in Paris and land for Sale. It is 9 miles from They know it is powerwith,Oranges and Grapes and Mr. Clay Smith and wife, of Van to be about town, having recovered otrffr points in Bourbon county, re- Campbellsville, in Taylor county. It ful, dependable and practically piloted by Spanish of all ages-Mos- tfrom hay fever. Lear, arrived Monday. ports that she had a most delightful will be sold injlots of 50 acres or more. fool-protruly agreat enAddress with of them the Mr. I. P. Harmon was here from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill arrived visit. Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, But now tfe announce gine. 5 som-be- ro picturesque neck scarf and Somerset a few days ago. Wednesday night, and are now being Mrs. W. T. Baker, Miss Myrtle Mor-gaf Campbellsville, Ky. the one addition which could so common to their mexic&n Eld. H. B. Gwinn, of Jamestown, congratulated. Messrs. W.- - E. Morgan, A. O. possibly improve the "Z" perwas in Columbia last Friday brethern, they proved uncomMarkets. Messrs. Emmet and S. S. Goode, sub- and Robt. Baker, all of Amandavllle. Bosch high tension, formance were in Columbia the middle of last monly sharp understanding all Mr. W. B. Paynter, Lawrenceburg, stantial citizens of Cassys Creek, oscillating magneto ignition. weak. were here a few day since. was in Columbia a few days ago. systems of coinage. And drivi Louisville, Oct. 6. Cattle Prime ' 5 So let us show youin detail Grover Hayes, who is in the army, Mr. Basil D. Jones, of Eist Fork export steers $12.0013.00;heavy ship-inMr. T. C. Taylor, is in Columbia, ing home bsrgains at every turn, this greater engine value. 5 Our stationed at Camp Dodge, Iowa, was called to see us last Friday. His fath from Campbellsville, on business. 11.00.12.00; light 8910; heifers they were suscsptible to barter t at home last week, visiting relatives. er, Mr. Clem Jones, and the News $8.O0U.O0; fat cows, $7.6010.50; me service to you is remarkably Mr. E. E. Ballenger, Sewellton, had and will give their produce in ex complete and we are assisted Mrs. M. F. Martin, of Tullahoma, man were boys together in the days of dium $6. to 750;cutters?5.006.00 can change for clothes, knivep, or business in Columbia a few days ago ners $4.755.00;bulls $5.607.50;feeder Tenn , is visiting her Bisters, Mrs. J. "AuldLang Sine." by a nearby Bosch Service anything that is of the slighiesfc Mr. Jas. C. Feese and Mr. J. D. G. Eubank and Mrs. G. W. Staples Mrs. A, O, Taylor, who has been $810 00; stockers $7.00 to $9.00 choice Station. 5 Prices value. The one thing that mbe Jones, PellytoD, were here last week. milch cows 95116; medium $6595; Mr. Lawson Wilson, 3 H. P. $125.00 $75.00 wife and confined to her room with lnflamma- them of their customary caption Mrs. Lawrence Pickett', Campbells- daughters, Russell Springs, spent rneumatism for some weeks, does common ?5065. last 6 H. P. $200.00. A11F.O.B. and brings forth their e2i7e Calves Receipts 654 head. Price ville, visited in Columbia last Wed- Saturday afternoon in Columbia. nob imProve. We understand that Factory Choice veals $17.5018 00 steady. nesday. she will be removed to a watering stock of wares is the suecu'enfc Miss Minnie Triplets who spent ' " J. F. PATTESON, Agent, medium 8.5012 00; common 5 508. place. Mr. J. B. Coffey and Alvin Lewis "pork chops" for five pork chopa-yoseven weeks in Petoskey, Mich , re Columbia; Kentucky. Hogs Receipts 4.259 head. Demand made a business trip to Liberty last can buy half of the spaiiisb Mn Ea Yate3 and family, of Bow turned home last Wedaesday after-- ' was good. Best hogs 165 lbs and I week. Itas Green, are visiting relatives in noon. penninsula with the crown of Columbla oub in the counly- - up 16.25; 120 to 165 lbs $15.50; 120 lbs Grissom reached here last' 'Mr. Bruce Mrs. Daisy Hamlett made a busi- Alfonso thrown in. I have al$13.-7throwouts $13 15 down. running a dosed ways understood that a negro I am now Friday. He motored from Detroit ness trip to Campbellsville and Mr. Yatess a brother of Mrs. Geo. H down 925 head Dodge Car between Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, Columbia Mich., Greensburglast week, spenniog two Nell and Mr. Burton Yates, likes chicken, watermelon and market steady all through, beet lambs and Campbellsville Safe and reMrs. E. P. Newby, of Cumberland Mr. E. B. McClean, traveling sales- days. pork chops, but ag far as tb visited Mrs. D. E. Phelps last $14.00 seconds 8(5)10 Best sheep $7.00 liable Chaffeur, andjclose attenMr. J. M. Howell and Mr. Ed Moss, man, was here a day or two of last tion paid to the traveling pubKc. pork chops is concerned th of Greeneburg, were here Monday, week on her return from Louisville, bucks $5.00 down. ' ' I want your business and I guarSpaniards are a rival to.th the former as the Judge of Grady's wheKsrm.hai acsompanied Miss Mln- - Butter Country 3840c lb. Mr. D. T. Curd, a commercial sales satisfaction. See me for egro. - nle Cheek, of Washington, D. C. n Bggs Fresh, case count candled antee in Adair, is now in colt show. man, prices. 1C N. Spark. ' . ", soa' Jam88 43c to 44c Mr. Geo D Speak, of Paris, Ky., ' Mrs S' T Irvin the county. Stanley Epjp 48-3i farm fronts o n three pikes T h e with fine timber. Farm watered by springs, pike; The Columbia pike 8 large ponds and 8 wells. This farm has Ferry pike. We will sell never been on the market before and is now and The Norman about 20 acres with main residence, but it is "up and selling to the highest bidder." This so divided that additional tracts may be at- is an opportunity seldom offered. The young tached so as to make a fartn of 50 acres or may lay the foundation for a fortune in the 100 acres or 150 acres or 200 acres or more. purchase of this Real Estate. The old may Remember we always sell to suit the buyers. leave no better estate. Better than Bonds or Two sets of improvements: A new, modern insurance is investment in Mother Earth. Look brick residence, 3 large halls, at the Building Lots and the farm before day basement, pantry, closets and porches, beautiof Sale. A look means a lot or a farm. And fully located with sloping lawn to pike with a purchase means a profitable investment as shade trees. A desirable and attractive home the values of these lots and farms are bound To see it is to want it. Natural cave equipped to increase. The Fair Grounds with J mile for dairy house, barn and oteer outbuilding. track are on this farm. Monticello, one of the Poultry yard and large garden. Another best business towns in the State. Banks, brick dwelling with hall and porches, Churches, Splendid Schools, enterprising merbeautiful yard and large shade trees. Large chants and business men, hospitality and culstoak barn, 450 bbl. cribs, about 100 to 150 tured people. Remember Swineboard "ALacres with these improvements. Will also WAYS SELLS" and everybody gets a sell a numder of unimproved tracts, each "Square Deal." with frontage on pike. This is very productBrass Band A good time Everybody come. ive land and will be sold for the "High Dollar." Level and gently rolling. Some land Dinner For further particulars see Mrs. Backer at the farm. This Monticello-Burnside m m A splendid selection of Mens, Young Men, and Boys Suits and Overcoats. They are latest styles, and we save you money on them. New Millinery. Fit for the KNGS. m.Direct from the TROPICS-- It'sthe most desirable coffee ever WAXATAN is classed as mMMkim,. cre-sen- ted mmmmm MimMmlmmr'fii SBrllSlZSipHNBHmi'9 to the American trade, beinff an extra large, ftjrht centered berry of uniform size. This coffee coTies to yoo 100 per cent pure not mixed or bleTr,e it is so heavily ladened with that - t:h. tropica"! flavor, possessing sc de-'licious fragrance and aroma thatit?nul2 I HFlTl Bfc justly be termed the .a"-- lu-cio- us, i Just received the newest creations in Ladies Ready-to-weand see this line. ar Hats. Come Everything. . X wmsg&miiNkrk. ft ifit & rsrzr-- il trjtf?"vJ clear,, &JL i .'i, S wjs VN4. smmnmm mmSSm&riX0 Ir jt s r 5JSKiitf,7iW. Kff? gn wzr r. rx m t m tl C. m 'G vit yftti&r. '"jbi ii - "SUPREME." cup Une aroma-lade- &"'? ii ur7 . Hiip ii TiwrfriTBrr im fi ., v ? .f. TRY iiii.i. j- oi tnis i n cotfte will certainly . rtelicrht: vr.ti IT- - . In Mens and Ladies Furnishings. Everything in Mens, Womens and Children's Shoes. We are not "profiteering." Russell & Co. Statement of The Adair County News, published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct., 1, 1919. State of Kentucky, County of Adair. I f BS ROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY 'insmeister & Sons Louisville, Ky uavingoeenauiy according and by Borders CLEANING and SWINEBOARD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, to-wi- t: SWISS CLEANERS ANO DYERS FOR SALE KZE JEfw PERSONAL Greater Engine Value OVER of v n, 44-t- g ' lH.P. - u , 5 ck$ well-know- - t. ersn. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS lieutenant of the late genntor Fairbanks, Indiana, whosn estate, a will uontcst by his daughter disclose, runs into the millions. Upon ceakintr to be tti Jetforon-vlll- e warden, Mr- - Hert moved to this state. He brought his polltlual method with him. "Intend To Smoke Him Out." "Foe a while after coming Into power Mr. Hert groomed himself for the united State Henate, but fear of what Olile James would suy about him on the stump drove him to cover. Now he fights behind mm out. the lines. We intend to smoke Vila T.ril1u- I'fM 1tfT Mm Vrw tKivtuwh vlllo Republican committee, nominated a ucxet ror me cuy ana coun- Its Dlatform was to reform the city gov ernment, ebpeclally the police force, fire department and city hospital. The people of Louisville and luckless visitors from out In the state can bear testimony to the kind of 'reform' those city departments have been treated with. Do the people of the state want that sort of 'reform' In Frankfort? "Mayor Smith appointed Mr. Herfs former secretary. Louis Johnson, as chairman of the Board of Safety, and his former cashier at his headquarters In Chicago as a city comptroller. Mr. Durham, his brother-ln-luand business partner, was appointed to the sinking fund and later on the water board. "The city and county tax boards owe their appointments to Mr. Hert. If I had time 1 would show how his strangle hold extends from top to bottom in the motrop- oils of this state, you have seen enough to know how Mr. Hert drives when he gets into power. "What would happen in this state if Morrow. Ballard and the millionaire Republican slate should be elected?" continued Mr. Rhea. "Ed. Morrow and even candidate on the Republican ticket owe Mr. Hert personal debt of gratitude for their nominations. nana-picKea w insert - W&rfT' m- - xttv. xtr. o -- -- rrrv. -- rrrv. RHEA SCORES G. tmt 0. P. BOSSES jfUK IMwrn m Ji fsi rwif h I ' - The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E Democratic Campaign Chairman Asks If Hert Is to Rule the State As He Does Louisville BALLARD FLOUR CHEAPER IN NEW ORLEANS THAN IN CITY WHERE IT IS MADE Kentucklans Pay $1.10 a Barrel More For It Than Residents of the Louisiana Metropolis. Ji .U 'O JrVV if IX SSBV'SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVBsH lJMssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss XJ sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVV IF. ' yViVH Sri? llsssssTTll'T " Tt- - FS&St 7? ill UssssssssssssssssssTTS sssssssssssssEfSS&r- JsslsV lj V lr'tt i K 3 Ljlfe? TZMS3 VUiV tfTOx RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 ! 2 Ply $2.25 tt. ! 3 IIS A m 3 FLOROID Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. IT SI ifl 91 " Sh! What would happen to me if I were your kid? lIS WpII. if vnu're not ncmiainted Pirate- I The 11 If 10 g w rflS "egg? il e sia n3y nT Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Jbltc. bbk (Special Correspondence.) Louisville, Ky., Sept. 30. The courageous speech of Chairman Thomas S. Bhea, of the Democratic State Campaign Committee at Hopkinsville, in which he boldly attached the attempt of A. T. Hert, the Indiana Republican millionaire who has become the undisputed boss of the City of Louisville, over the state to extend his boss-shi- p as well, also handled without gloves the action of S. Thruston Ballard, Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, who Is head of a -mll-Jlanal- re IE IS II III I m '.33 with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good ex- cuse I have. Can't Help Helping Myself they're so good! Good for me too, be- cause Calumet Bakings are Millions of mothers use w gi fEi SH tgil? K gj g) Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE 6 RMig and &y--' FANCY GROCERIES. d j vZ Organized Convention. "Hert organized the Lexington conven tion. It was his practical Indian eye and brain that conceived the Idea of nullifying the state primary' law. His hand put it CALUMET because of its purity it always Rives best results and 13 economical in cost and use." Calumet contains only tach ingredient aw have been ap- Food Authoritiet. You sava when you buy It. You save when you use It. I ra & ifSSi xfrC (SisS Yivy t77K7 great flour mill In Louisville, In putting on sale In New Orleans, La., his flour at $1.10 a barrel less than he was Tvilling to sell it in Louisville and Kentucky. " the domination of the Republican party by Hert In the few years since he came to Kentucky after having served as warden of an Indiana penitentiary and how Important to Hert and his rich Republican associates It was to control the taxing machinery of the state as they control the taxing machinery of Its greatest city. Rhea Attacks G. O. P. Leaders. Probably the most biting speech of the opening was that of Mr. Rhea. He charged A. T. Hert with being the "boss" of the Republican party in Kentucky and Chesley Searcy, of Louisville, the Attacking S. Thruston Ballard, Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor, Mr. Rhea termed him a. profiteer, citing the admission y of Mr. Ballard recently before High Cost of Living Commission that he charged $1.10 less per barrel for flour In Louisiana than he charged Jn Kentucky. Mr. Rhea then referred to Mr. Morrow's plan for eliminating politics .from the management of the penal and charitable- institutions of the state. Persons whom Mr. Morrow announced he would name to have charge of these Institutions were all high class, Mr. Rhea admitted, but he charged that the Republican nominee for Governor Bbowed his hand when he said that Mr. Ballard, as Lieutenant Governor, would serve as member of the board, and advise the buyer of state supplies. He said he wondered If Mr. Ballard would advise the buyer to purchase flour for the state institutions at $1.10 more per barrel than Is being charged for the same flour In Louisiana. Hert Is Flayed. Regarding Mr. Hert, Mr. Rhea said: Mr. Hert "Creosote King." "Mr. Hert has made a large fortune in "sub-boss." self-confess- Mr. Rhea showed how absolute was Ken-tuck- into execution, or he was the chief figure on the floor of the convention hall by day and in the lobby of the hotels by night. "He named only candidates who hereafter would do his bidding. For his chair man of the Republican State Campaign Committee he named Chesley Searcy, attorney for Joe Doe, now in the state penitentiary, whose bond was reduced and who fled the state and later was captured. Mr. Searcy is also attorney for many other crooks and hold-u- p men, and through the police department he and his brother Roscoe get ail cases where there is a fit fee. "That the Heit State Republican nominees would follow the course of their Louisville brethren, If elected, and kiss the hand that fee them is as certain as day. That Mr. Herfs that night lollows tcfirt act would be name the State Tax Commission from among his personal friends, with Chesley Searcy probably as chairman, is a foregone conclusion. "Mr. Morrow and products of the Republican convention at Lexington are as completely under domination of Mr. Hert as are Mayor Smith, Louisville, and the license board chairman. "It helns business to be a political boss. boss It helps still more to be a financial influ and a political boss combined. His ence reaches out in all directions. It appears where you least expect it, and when you least expect it He is the silent partner in many big enterprises, comrade in arms of Democratic and Republican financiers alike. Millions know no party lines. The Indiana politician of yesterday is the ruler of Louisville today, and he has more widespread power in Kentucky that any other man or group of men in the stat's. - h5 fH m because R K V, furniture, ' Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. i3B gjB Uis JJA MM I IluTCuncrr-- e csiia i -- r QAimr s 91 Ij $? xJTOx Wt Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. "I have nothing unkind to say of Thrus ton Ballard, the Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor, a and naturally a close personal and business friend of Mr. Hert. "Mr. Ballard is an able business man. He has accumulated a large fortune buying wheat from the farmers at a low price and it is a strange thing, but when Mr. Ballard gets through grading the farmer's wheat, It is of the lowest grade, and they receive the smallest price for It, but the same' wheat which Mr. Ballard calls low grade' through tome marvelous 'hocus-pocuat the Ballard mills is turned into the finest Obelisk flour. "Mr. Ballard tells how he loves the State of Kentucky and its people, but it is very strange how he sells his flour in Jew Orleans for $1.10 a barrel less than he sells it to the people of Kentucky whom he professes to love so well. "By his own statement he admits he is a profiteer of the worst Kind. His defense that he sells this flour for cash at New Orleans Is a slap at the people of Kentucky, and his insinuation that the people of Kentucky can't pay cash is In line with his profiteering. Between $2.10 for wheat and $14 for flour there is a goodly margin of profit that will savo him front want the rest of his life. Morrow for Governor and "A vote creosotine ties and selling them to the Ballard for for Lieutenant Governor is a vote railroad companies. He is the boon comto make A. T. Hert faupreme in Kentucky. panion of Dan Iield, former president of It i3 a vote to enthrone millions. It is a the Rock Island Railroads in its palmy vote to make the state capitol an annpx days. He is known as the 'Creosote to city hall. Behind Morrow's voice Kin?.' He is the chief stockholder in a as the lot of creosotimj companies. His fortune cy a barra.se, behindinBallard's aristocraand profiteering necessities of life Is still piling up. if the Government camouflage, A. owns the railroads and Jlr. Hert owns as a the whole line. T. Hert commands the government, he is not going to lose along plans to do for the politics of Ken"He much sleep. tucky what his old "Mr. Herfs first act upon taking up Penrose, have done friends. Quay and Pennsylvania, TJs residence in this state, was to get what Piatt and Barnesfor have done for control of the Louisville Republican ComYork, what Thompson and Lorlni'jr mittee. It sent him as a delegate to the New done for Illinois. Will the good citihave Republican National Convention in Chizens of Kentucky stand for it? It is not cago. In 1916. His next step was to the oath that make us believe the man. reach out and get control of the RepubIt's the man who makes us believe the lican State Committee. He promptly disoath. placed John McCulloch. of Owensboro, Points To State Progress. bb the State's National Committeeman, Admitting that Democrats have spent and had himself elected to that place. In his election for National Committeeman more money than Republicans did under cailea attention to at Chicago, he brought Into play some c:ov. Wiuson, Mr. Khea the the smart Indiana politics. Phil Brown, a, 1,750 fact that during have last bix years miles of road been built in negro politician of Hopkinsville, went to Chicago as a delegate with a half vote Kentucky. Under Gov. Willron, he said, were S.0U0 schoolhouses in the state. Eledged to Mr. McOuilough. The contest there there are 13,000. Democrats, he said, Hert and McCulloch was very Now close, but ThJl Brown switched over have spent $1,000,000 more a year for schools than did the Republicans. night to Hert and elected him. As a reIn the last eight years, Mr. Rhea Bald. ward Phil Brown, the negro from Hopkinsville, has iccently been appointed to Democrats have paid out in Confederal y and during a $3,600 place with the Republican Senate pensions $2,303,000, $35S,000 was the Stun-leexpended administration at Washington. "On his entrance to Kentucky Mr. Hert on the agricultural experimental station. Mr. Rhea charged that Republicans, If started a campaign to smear Indiana politics over Kentucky. He and his they could, would not dare undo these things. .friend Will Hays, chairman of the ReFour years ago, Mr. Rhea said, Mr. publican National Committee, have been Morrow and A. O. Stanley, as opposing working hand in glove to that end. candidates for Governor, declared in faFactcr In Business, Too. vor of new tax laws. After Mr. Morrow's Mr. Hert is also the dominating factor defeat however, he went to Frankfort, la the Brown Taxi Cab Company and the Mr. Kheat charged, and, caning Jack OliSouthern Motors Company. By ordinance ver, Allen county, into conference, told the Taxi Cab Company pays the City him that the Republicans In the legislature must hold off on the tax laws until of Louisville a license of $50 'on one machine and only $10 on each of the others. they had been promised a certain share of the patronage. As a result, Mr. Rhea The independent operators, with only one charged, Mr. Oliver's friend, Mr. Cook, of machine, pay a tax of $50 apiece. Can you imagine Mr. Hert's City Council Allen, is drawing $2,400 a year from the passing an ordinance or Mayor Smith state and Tom Spurrier, another Republican, is drawing $2,400 a year. A relasigning t to make the Taxi Cab Company pay $50 on each machine it owns tive of Mr. Morrow Is also on the state l, Mr. Rhea charged. and compete on equal terms with the Independent" Compares Pardon Records. -Then the Southern Motors Company Regarding the criticisms aimed sells lots of machines to the city. Ask because of his pardoning record, Mr. tire other automobile companies what the records would show that chance they have to compete with Mr. Rhea said Incumbency of W. O. Bradley, during the Hert's company for the favoring eye of Mr. Morrow's uncle, 520 persons were parthe City Buyer. Nothing legally wrong In doned and 162 restorations were made. this, either. Under Wlllson he said, there, were 40S "But do you want the state legislature pardons and 166 restorations. Under Stanand state officials to bew the knee to Mr. ley and there Hert Uke the city council and city officials ations. were 313 pardons those1S2 restorpardoned of of Louisville do? were Republicans, Mr. "Shall A. T. Hert, lately of Indiana, by Gov. StanleyOne, he said. In particunow of Kentucky, be allowed to name the Rhea charged. lar, for whose pardon, the Governor was .members of the State Tax Commission? severely citlcised, was that of Tom Shall he and his millions dominate the Republican, Estill County, .brother politics of this state for the next four years? This is the most vital Issue fac- of one of the "millionaire candidates on the present Republican ticket" ing the people of the state today. Mr. Rhea termed Mayor Smith, Louis"Shall Mr. Hert. with the aid of Thrus ville, a mere tool of Mr. Hert and "Sub-boBallard, the profiteer, and other milton Seaxcjfi. lionaire candidates on the Republican aays oeiora me mate primary," "A-eticket, be allowed to take over the State Mr, w Rhea said, "Charles" "W. Milllken, Government outright? Behind Mr Mor- Louisville; headed a delegation of Gov. row's booming voice Is the cunning hand friends that called on Major Morrow for tf Hert.The voice Is mere mouthpiece but Black's The moment they entered his ofSmith. Is that of Jacob, Hert were the hand is that of ksau. Shall Hert fice the Mayor told them that if theywould there build a bridge from the LiouisvUle City not to criticise bis police force he listen to them. He was told that was Capitol? Shall the Hall to the State Xioukrvllle Republican machine extend Its not their purpose, that they were there merely to ask him to promise that the poaway at Frankfort? "Mr. Hert balls from Indiana. He Is lice would see to It that Gov. Black was square deal at the saw the Repufclloan National Oommlttee-jn&- n given a Mayor told them hepolls. make could frera Kentucky. He Is said to be no"The promise, few such the rlafel naa In the stai. He is Milllken receivedbut anote days later Mr. from Chesley h m&re Mt practical, a Hannolal aad which etua. St oawstoas prtHlos with Bearer. Inwith thethe latter said he had Mayer aad could asUntil conferred twrtiuns to a amrreaWsi ? sure .him that Gov. Black would be given an eaual ohasee at tho peiia. ta tfa was asfcdeU K3uMr. B 9t Mbt nits. X wm "That shews." Mr. Rfeaa said, "that Mr. hmOmJ kNm tue jtcerwsi Searcy and net the Mayer is In charge Um polls" KWtWrvWWMmf f JsW multl-mllllonalr- Ballard and Business. e, That tax on chocolate sundaes is, of course, classed aB internal revenue. The bump in bumper wheat crop seems tojbe for the consumer of bread. Go to L. E. Young's, for your We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night s' ex-oflic-io Stationery and Correspondence Cards. Stopping war in DEurope is worse than trying topatch a rotten inner tube. LOST. Two church keys. They were tied together with a string. Finder will return to this office. NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. imi Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN OR. J. N. MIRRELL DENTISTI Moreover, the boysjhave proved their bravery by wearing wrjst watches. am now runningKaclosed Dodge Car between Columbia and Campbellsville. Safe and reliable Chaffeur, and close attention paid to the traveling public. I want your business and guarsatisfaction. See me for antee prices. 48-3- t. Stanley Epperson. 1 1 Office, Front rooms in Jeffries B'l'dg up Stairs. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING Stel Fence Posts incorporated riatkei Streei- - between first and Brook Columbia, - Kentucky L. H. Jones 1 1 DEHLEP BROS. CO 6 Eaat bad the new law Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist regulatng the use of mufflers apSpecial attention, given Diseases of a v plies solely to automobiles. It's too Louisville, Ky. Tobacco Land for Sale. 260 Domestic Animals 1 town, on acres of good Burle? tobacco Office at Residence, mile of land for Sale. It is 9 miles from Jamestown road. Campbellsville, in Taylor county. It will be sold in lots of 50 acres or more. Phone 114 G. Address Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, Columbia, Ky. f Campbellsville, Ky. f 44-t- M$e$x$ 3$xM$ PRICE W. T. &G(Q2080- - pay-rol- An iceberg would have to be a big one if a hydroplane couldn't get over the top. Dr. Elam Harris OFFICE 1W, Residencell23.K Second Floor f I I s SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA. $ Three-fourt- hs OFFICE: Wal-lanc- e. Used 40 Years Cor. Main andlDepotlSts $ mm KENTUCKY. I && $ ixgxSx )reK oa:m3:bkt .t .sviujk, Localand Gener? ky. 1 Ainthitici A. flint i o ss CARDUi faM i AD bultry Remedy m You gallons poultry with a BErUa can make 12 S Tie, WMnifs TnIo r. &l Sold Evftrywtore J i g A & , t Bourbon of the belt 60c I 5K Columbia Barber Shop ssg LOY Sz r9reKi Jm. tonic known I bottle of l.0flfc Poskrj Rescr Lures ana prevent fiapet, Jim--. oernecx, cnoiera, roup and other destructive "poultry-diieaiet- . 0J ,v"' A rfv . I.OWE3 AlSanitary Shop, where both SatisfactioDand Gratification are Guaranteed. as iM9MHSre mailJ postpaid.C., Leatta. ft. fcWSf Sold by the Jefferies Hardware State Atdruicu,orby x sj aeKaei Give us a Trial and be Convinced. r7 ADAIRICOUNT For 5ale Jersey Heifers, NEWS G. R. REED, for sale twenty extra nice Jersey heifers, all bred to a registered bull. They were bought out of the good dairy herds of Shelby county, Ky., and are the best I have ever handled. Come and see them, J. B. Barbee, Columbia, Ky. I have FIRE and LIFE Don't forget to feed the birds during the winter. Don't fail to notify your local warden or this department of those who violate the law. A. fellow who hunts without a license is a Cheater See that he obeys the law. INSURA.NCE -&- Cigarettes They Win You On Quality! Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You never tasted such a cigarette I Bite is eliminated and there is a cheerful absence of any or any ununpleasant cigaretty after-tast-e pleasant cigaretty odor! Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable full-boand certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! -K- Columbia, --- --- Keutucky. J. QUINCY WAKD Executive Agent and Fish commission, 8 8 9 9 8 8 GoHla Mail Car Ford Car Il tQQQGC3GXXa&atG&aZ 8 AUTOMOBILE LINE 8 and Gamplrciisvliie 8 Trip, $2.75 Round rATT V $2.00 Round Trip, $30 8 I $1-50, Frankfort, Election Officers. State of Kentucky County of Adair f&cc' 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. Given under my hand as Clerk of the Adair County Court, tnis Sep- 18 cents a package Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically sealed packages of30 cigarettes; or ten packages (.300 cigarettes') in a glassine aper-covered carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when youtraveL Special Attention to Traveling Men On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and PHONES:- ) J 8 8 8 8 8 dy 9 8 8 8 1 p. m. 8 Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. 3G8Qft08G&Q8Q808Gtf Don't shoot squirrel before July 1. nor after December i5, Don't kill Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price for quality, flavor, satisfaction. No matter )0C3&G&Q33S3GOO&3 Don't Shoot. tember 17, 1919. S. C Neat, Clerk. how liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste! m, Glensfork, G. E. Powell, W. A. 141 H.Kemp, Clerk; Brockman, Judges; John Webb, Clerk; Lee Burbridge, Sheriff. Don't shoot quail before No to buy your hunter's license- - J. W. Vire, Sheriff. ,oi White Oak, W. N. Holt, Ben Gradyville, W. P. Flowers, Baacom 15, nor-afte- r NOW. January 1. DOIT vember Janes, Judges; L. B. Cain, Clerk; E. Thomas Leach, Judges; Jim Hayes, kill more than twelve Don't Clerk; H. J. Conover, Sheriff. Don't kill all the quail in a E. Nell, Sheriff. Little Cake, W. F. Grant, T. W. quails in one day. covey leave some for seed. EIroy,- L. A. Akin, X W. Scott, Wheat Judges; Monte Tarter, Clerk; Jo. Henson Jr., Sheriff. Pellyton, W. H. Sinclair, D. O. Pelley, Judges; 'Ernest Woikman, Clerk: Elbert Sanders, Sheriff. 1S Eoley, Charlie Bault, W. J. Tucker, 7K Judges; Melborn Wolford, Clerk: P. H. Dunbar, Sheriff. Cane Valley, D. H. Beard, Dempsey Rice, Judges; Tyler Tupman, Clerk; J. M. Woodrum, Sheriff. - pheasants, wild turkey or woodwithout license. East Columbia, L. C. Hindman, N. cock. C. Butler, Judges; C. C. Pickett, Clerk, Don't shoot without this year's Don't buy or sell quail at any J. A. Young, Sheriff. hunting license. Milltown, J. H. Burress, W. O. Don't shoot doves before Sep- time. Don't shoot, buy or sell rabbits Thompson, Judges. 'C D. Cheatham, tember 1, nor after October 15. Clerk, Lewis Compton, Sheriff. Don't kill more than 15 doves before November 15. Keltner, Marshall Moss, W. J. Edin one day. Don't wait until November 15 wards, Judges; W. Don't hunt off your own land West Columbia, J. L. McLean, F, A. Leach, Judges; Ralph Hurt, Clerk English or native T. C. Davidson, Sheriff. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-SaleN. C Judges; Sanford Hurt, Clerk; Ed Janes, Sheriff. Harmony, J. W. Young, Dan Bryant, Judges; Clarence Strange, Clerk; Zeno Hammon, Sheriff. x &&&& !8g&s YOUR IS LIFE 38 INSURED? If NotjWhyrNotilNSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. Cerhain-renders a war service. d We sell the best'for the least money. ft See G. T. 24-- C. STUliTS, flgeipt, COLUMBIA; PHONE KY. &gS$S826g$ 888$S88KS Egypt, G. D. Bryant, Dave MurrellJ Judges; Ebb Foster, Clerk: Welby Cooley, Sheriff. South Columbia, A. D. Patteson, Berry Garner, Judges; J. P. Miller Jr., Clerk; J. C. Strange, Sheriff. PUBLIC On Thursday, SALE Certain-feeCertain-tee- d saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so 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 The manufacturers of safes don't seem to have kept pace with the devices for opening them. 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 VERMIFUGE performs a marvelous transformation. Cheerfulness, strength and the rosy bloom of health speedily return. Sold by Adv Paull Drug Co. October 23, 1919, I wil 4 sell to the highest and best bidder, on my farm, on Grreen River, 2 miles north of Purdy, and 2 miles east of Absher, the fol lowing and . : , " Cf, as proved by its enormous sale. saves 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 come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. The durability aid economy of Certain-ti- e J are recognized the world It is now the standard roof for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, ntbuwuv, gcuajjet, iuui uunumga, cw. -- 10 head of good mare mules, coming 2 r Why do they say that an airplane started on the first leg of its journey? "Why not'.th'e, .first 3year olds, well mated. Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d wing? Their friends are delighted to discover that the returning soldiers hring back their appetites Products Corporation Muafactarera of Office & WerehouMi in Principal Cities of America Certain-tee- d Paints Varnuhe Roofing intact. black withff white points. One of these jennets h&s an extra good sorrel jack colt, with white points, two months old. . 2 good well bred Jennets' irm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods The is that a lot of gardeners don't know whether they are thining their plantsor pulling weeds. When vour food "does not dieeSt we' and you feel: 'blue',' tfredand els, purifies One oxtra good yearling jack, black with white points. 3 good milch cows, S. M. SANDERS & CO. GAMPBELLSTILLE, KETtJ0Kj '' -. BINE at bedtime. It opens the. bow? the system-and- , mteresji. tlse feeling of health arid eaergy.' Adr Sold by Paull Drug Ce. ; heukiuseallttlVfl'IRi feome good, 1 ,and 2 '7 years old; and, year old Mfers. eORTEZ AND L. M SENDERS. -- L C i $: M .4- - -- - s .. i 8 THE ADAIR COJJNTY NEW8 THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56" AUTO TRACK WAGON generates. As they claimed to hail from North Carolina, possibly they were of the cracker class f urnis-e- d b v the spawn of Europe. The AS BAIT WITH i Fits Rides the Ridge Road or - One Hie One Cavalier of the South is the peer H i X of any portion of the Union; but w- PI every seaport state of the South Pi of convict was dumping-grounM H ships; and this i3 always a vicious Pi 4 We have resolved to make our service so 58 class. 2 treacherous and indolent necessary to every owner of a car that whento They never try to own land, nor H ever you need any kind of D to acquire an education. MisSHiXv - jIt1 Bra (niS wsj? 3& H PJ co guided visitors often judge the a 10 X South by these'.gmongrels and & S crackers. Especially near the PJ You will just naturally think of us first. We Q coasts you find many of this D want you to think of our service as the h class; and they are called"crack-ers- " O cu Recommended by the Government. This Wagon is Out of Date.. This 60" O in Georgia, Florida, VirH The standardized wagon fits the preQ wide track wagon no longer fibs the PJ vailing track made by automobiles and ginia and the Carolinas; and" roads when they are muddy and soft. is the wagon you will want to buy. hi in Arkansus. That x squatters" pi class, here, are the makers, 01 you rather buy the style of wagon recommended by your Government, generally, of contraband whiskey WOULDN'T it is designed to pull easier, ride smoother, and last longer the wagon that fits the roads and does not ride the ridge? c are now a deadly menace in tbi Wagon saves wear on itself, other wagons, The Standardized Weber "Auto-track- " H county. They were draft- - dodTo accomplish this we STICK to the JOB O automobiles, and rubber tires. gers and deserters during war; H The Weber fifth wheel and swivel coupling wagon is either sold at a price much too low until it is done RIGHT. Givaus FIRST TRIAL. 50 most other wagons are sold at prices much too high, quality considered. Compare and draw your own conclusion. at and are still defiantly making To date the leading wagon manufacturers of America have sold at the most conservative estimate 100,000 We'll Get Tha Rest. O wagons. From this introduction it is but a step to universal use of this type of wagon. standardized k and selling whiskey in mountains Wouldn't you rather be identified with progress and recognized as an farmer by doing your hauling with such a wagon than to be classed as an unprogressive "back number" by buying a of Burke and Cleveland, the. wagon, thereby helping some manufacturer and dealer to "unload" an obsolete type? Think it over "and then county in which I live. Sheriff come and see us about a standardized Weber. o Zl W. D. Lackey is a very brave, vigilant othcer; but tne Columbia, HORD & HUTCHISON, of the Carolinas are so Kentucky. well organized he has a hard,, Formerly Gowdy's Stable. Corner Main and Depot Streets. dangerous position. They bushCampbellsville, Kentucky. whack him and his deputies; and THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON s situation is really tense. always imperfect on every count come here after night, of indictment, which was duly full of armed strangers; some IRPfiliiriiiimiiDnm llfiflk tfKAfftl HSIfinffel feU Vs living 200 miles distant. But Ini recorded; whether I so answered Uw 111 Np! illll m 1 or not. Kate Garnett, Wash neople are aroused, and Sheriff ONE PIECE OVERALLS ' DU Irin luMlunfflllllllllllllllllH E5n Taylor, Bell Snow, etc. generally Lackey, who is too old for night I ntun EViT IIJIJIKtl mtllillllllllllflliil?""'-H- iK &3iWv7 ii (71 MilHiEtlilriiPil InH n IfTr J fH Hii if 'FREE tf Li fS answered perfect". All being drives, offers to give way to a The Worthmore Suit NO CIRCULATION 1 3 Hugh binding; good girls I presume they were; younger man. Capt. is the only logical garOF Ur. V FROMAIR SUSPENDERS NECK ment for comfort, neat but they and Sue Hurt all re- Logan, a veteran of Spanish Jteffhjo FEET ALL appearance, and hard cognized me as an unpolished American, Philipine,-an- d captain SEAMS if v fv: use. The cloth is of supm1HIIlllllWHnHM,.f- - - Ii PWIliTlrllflJ ,A ,, ' JS barbarian, and I meditated re of Co. G. 30 Div. Where my son, JTRIPLE erior quality, all seams JTITCHED venge. One dot placed by a A. K. White, served, is likely to are mark drawn at 23J degrees accept position. He is 48, every detail has been BI fU V BRASS changed a perfect score to valiant as Hercules; and may considered and perfect BUTTONS BscsLLimxr satisfaction is assured. RIVETED ft? imperf ecfc score. So. I give his life but is likely to make vkv in ii ' Vti i found the report book and put things happen. Sheriff Lackey It allows freedom of reihforc t n rci r ,STR At N movement and protects their deportment record about has caught many; but they keep and the kitchen is the heart of the home. The health and happiness gOINTS the wearer completely. of the whole family depend on what they eaC Don't blame the like mine. The school was near coming. cook if the food is made indigestible by poor cooking.. Get her an ly out, and they were boasting of Melvin L. White. , i their exemplary record, and JKLLBNS They are better W COPPER V,bTLP BEAHWO- somebody called to books. What The Sinking of a Derelict at Sea. cheaper They are they saw was a revelation; and and give her abilities a chance. It's even baking oven takes the chance out of cooking, ' The Swiss navy and the Boheby a rising vote, I was adjudged u and its many features for saving time and 'labor eliminate kitchen drudger- Notice The one piece suit is here to the copper reservoir adjoining the handy warming cabinets, and the the ,culprit. Possibly I would mian navy have run the origin stay, the same as in underclean, roomy warming closet with pipe behind it; also the asbestos lined oven with triple bottom and walls which retain heat and insure even baking. wear all progressive dealers have fared badly, but I fled to of countless witicisms, but never The Princess is easily the leading range on the market tested by 25 years of constant have them. Our guarantee service. in type or in actual existence, the tall and uncut forest. There are Allen Princess dealers everywhere. . Consult one of them, or write direct goes with every garment. for our illustrated catalogue. There Lucien Hurt and I took had I seen the Barbadoes navy . of a floating Every seam is ffijKtifis. oath of a pirate to until in the form the blood-re- d The Buchanan Lyon Company, Campbellsville, Kentuckv, Inc. steal every pawpaw that those valentinej it drifted into our - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. girls had bedded to ripen; and sight on the eventful afternoon it is not recorded- - tnat we were of February 14, 1919, Distributed by The Barbadoes prior to this ran to their stations. A shot eline" again greeted the rising ever guilty of perjury, both desired as our chief joy to stand in had been assailed in my mind from1 the four inch crossed her of the full moon. Who was it Incorporated with girls, and both were held in with the birth place of Joe Wal- - bow, but still no recognition and that wrote "A little labor now about the estimation the people cott, the famous negro champion thentthe f ullisade started. Af-t- and then will never hurt the the four inch exDenned her best of men." And now we felt for Big and Little Harpe and never in my wildest dreams while these worthies were plac- had 1 ever thought that one day ready ammunition, the three- - reach the sardine and boiled rice Represented in ing their crimson seal upon the I would see their navy sunk. inch opened fire, and the first days, when a square meal looked Adair Counties by R. C. Borders criminal annals of Kentucky. About 2:30 the watch on the shot raked her amidships as she bigger than the Woolworth Taylor, Green and CamDbellsville, Ky. Adverting to Big and Little bridge reported a two masted rose on a gigantic wave. The Building and the butter could onHarpe, my grandmother, Lucinda schooner approaching us. Clos entire stern came into view, and ly be approached with gas masks, modest, and didn't figure as a through and the nearest dairy lunch a North Carolina. White, remembered something er observation detected the code a well placed sbot passed gallant. George Burpo had some about them and their atrocities flags N. C.meaning "in danger, her stern and emerged near the thousand mile's away, even our fairlv ornnrllookinc crirls of "fry-fly- forecastle, a few more shots and dreams were of "ham and" or Shelby, Sept, 1919. On one occasion she was staying need immediate assistance" ing size";and Lucien and I teased ing from the after stay, and a tho. flames started to climb her Frankforts and Beans." BerHditor News: . trying to court them r at liume oi due wnne,wnen tney pennant flying from her fore- rigging. A final salvo from the muda Islands were like the Allen about In mv last communication, came back to tne place with and of course unjustly. Finally toppled over the masts Army at Christmas a vtnention was made of Leslie and fetters clanking. mast, which could mean either four-inc- h wroth and threw chains Allen waxed navy sank place for replenishing an empty - aboard. An and the Barbadoes Combes Hurt and irumediare They had made a get-a- - way from danger or explosivesevery ground biscuit he could and Mrs. M. F. Burt- prison and their arrival was her- inverted British Jack witb its beneath the waves. What the stomach, so thither we wended handle at me. At close of school meeting was our course ana again renewed Dohoney, with Cyrus B. Hurt, by watchdog. Joe White message of meeting was sus- the sordid story of C. alded A. R. Pile. L. B. Hurt, B. flags acquaintances with real butter were unintentionally omitted. was not at home but his wife, pended on the stay beneath the we can only guess. The inand M. L. White were and white bread and a decent Both now live in Elida, New White my grandmother, then a child, - cede flags. As she swung across reveal the Barest outline, the meal On the twentieth we vited to remain and participate Mexico., and Miss Montgomery and another little girl; were the our bow. there was no one visible rest is left to'the imagination. coaled and immediately resumed proceedings. in message of Hurt contributed largely to edforce. Mrs? White, however, aboard, but after the Somewhere on the broad At- our journey to civilization. Like All were whaled except Bram inverted Jack, we hardly exucational history of Adair and had courage and presence of the lantic the man power of the Bar- awakening from a nightmare White, wjio was placed under' to see any one, as the the Fair Goddess appeared again other counties in Kentucky. She called out; "Joe, Jim, Tom pected badoes navy may be floating, or the symbol of God'3 own counkeep peace so far as mind; bond to had rare gifts, and was always get your guns, for "Big stern faced toward us, we read grotesque faces so the Sam: making what is more likely they found a try, the only real nation in the in demand as a teacher. She large girls could not study. Harpe and Little Harpe are her name "Yulando Barbadoes.' h their flags, after a world. Home at' last. Sky administered the last whipping I coming. "She and the littlegirls Our siren screamed a welcome, grave-witscrapers, the bridges, Staten Isepisode of my school never an ecbo from the Der- less agreeable death. The mo- land, the sweetest sight in the received at school, and I Another .ever stamped and shuffled as if Tun- but days might beworthy of mentiom ning 15 years of age. L.-jfor guns, and the Harper elict. For Derelict was one of notony was broken, for once the world, and then their anticipa was about Leslie Hurt was teaching at fled ignoroualy . Grandma was Hurt and I both tried to shine supper had an added zest to it, tion of a regular restaurant, a Tabor, and kept both an attend-anc- e born in 1792; but vividly remem- the greatest menances to ocean regular barber shop, forty.as ladies and men, both needed steamships. The call to quar- - and around the engine room ond street and Broadway. and deportment roll which bered that incident and the taking down. A. B. Pile, qnt of brutal depredations of these de- - ten sounded and the gun crew hatch th strains of "Sweet Ad- K.N. ptfct. toys in neighborhood, was he called daily. Of course I was Which Wagon?. the that the that -- WE ARE FISHING FOR FAVORS k SERVICE 1 d CO 1 CAR REPAIRS "SATISFACTORY C4 m SERVICE" auto-trac- te 60-inc- h wide-trac- k auto-trac- k I The "SERVICE" Garage moon-sihne- rs The Jeffries Hdw. Store, Proprietors, - Buzz-wagon- WORTHMORE BRAND ' ll It lasi p IT"" II - : 1721 H I I 4 i Xf 1 fniTE-- PP'nTtl I SHffiiiiiw- SaWSiwlilPS I I 11 1 LLitfiijTl TTf I ' triple-lock-stitche- d, MpwmI ii i H m i I yhe RaUej" tKe Hcart of the ICrfcfreai I m ECONOMY 1 $ ' fffiCESS fire-bo- Hi HANGE y- n triple-lock-stitche- d. J. Zhismeister & Sons. Kentucky. Louisville er - 1 Sal-vati- yn star-chamb- er B. - jbt M rc:;j '" f-r- - - V-- L. 2" f