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The Baptist Campaign has Its Ef- Deeth of Mrs. Maiinda Harris. Open Streets. Notwithstanding it rained almost . constantly during the afternoon of Indirectly, yet because of the need last Saturday, a large crowd attended of trained leadership that is now bethe Farmers' Union Picnic at Zion ing shown, the Baptist 75 Million CamChurch. A large number of those in paign has lound one of its resujts alattendance gathered in the forenoon, ready in the number of preachers who "and the church and school building matriculated at the Southern Baptist were used in the afternoon. Theological Seminary at Louisvjlle at There were several splendid address- its opening on October 1. Altogether Lansdon, there were 400 enrolled classes with es, former Governor of Kansas, delivering the princi- 123 of these ladies for the Woman's pal discourse. He is a practical far- Training School and about 50 wives of mer and he furnished the Adair coun-t- the preachers, but making a total of growers with much "valuable infor- about 230 preachers, which is the riir-gemation, and all that he said was highnumber for three years. Educa ly appreciated. The President of the tion is one of the aims for this Cam Association was also present and he paign and in Kentucky 27 per cent delivered some valuable information. will be given to education, which is Local farmers also talked. next to the highest percent, as 29 per There was an" abundance of dinner, cent is given for missions. consisting of the very best the counThis nember taking a theological try.produces. The music was delight- course is a very encouraging sign as ful, rendered by the Cane Valley the Campaign will call for more Brass Band. trained leaders than has ever been The Inclement weather considered, needed before. the picnic was a success. The members of the Union considered the inPublic Sale. formation imparted by the principal "speakers as very valuable, and they On Saturday Oct, 25th1 will offer feel that the local organizations of for sale athe residence known as the Adair county have been greatly property on Bomar Henry y st Columbia can not grow faster an Messrs. G. W. Bledsoe, F. M. Flatt Some weeks ago Russell Karnes, of this county, who was 1c Louisville, and D. G. Allen, Creelsboro, were here less territory is bought and street, went to the garage of Mr. W. S. Ham- last Wednesday, in the interest of a opened.and che corporate limits exilton, in the city, and asked for a car, pike from Columbia to their town. tended. Many beautiful streets couldbe, stating that he wanted to go to Leb- This is a project that is worth the in- opened if the territory could be securwas anon to see his relatives. He paid Mr. terest of the people of Adair county. ed. For instance, if a street opened from the Greensburg road, beHamilton fifty dollars, for the hire of If we can get this road to Cumberthe car and left, to return at a given land river, all our heavy goods could low Mrs. Lena Paull's. residence to the come to Creelsboro by boat, giving us Glasgow road, more than a hundred time. C. A. Baranger, who is a Jefferson a much cheaper freight rate, and be- building lots could be laid off. sides it would help Adair county in move would depend altogether upon connty patrolman, was given, the and was told to be on the many other ways'. Creelsboro pro- the action of the property holders-- If they are willing to sell the improvehunt of the car, after Karnes failed to poses to build it to Miller's store, and return to Louisville. He learned that they are in dead earnest. Something ment could be started, as there are Karnes did not stop in Lebanon, but like $20,000 has already been! raised by many who would be glad to buy lots,-an, build. The ones who ownth She is survived by her husband, Mr. came to Adair county where he sold a the citizens of the Creelsboro section, ground could perhaps get more for it. Geo. W. Harris, a son Dr. Elam Harris car to Jo Ed Karnes, and then took and they are anxious for Adair county to get busy. If we want to grow, and by selling in lots than any other way. who resides in Campbellsville, and his departure from the county. Mr. Hamilton, who is thB loser, and the opportunity is presented, we ought two married daughters whose names Mr. Baranger reached here last Wed to accept it, We, hope some of ,our About 90 acres, mostly in graasv ona are not known to us. Thursday morning enterprising citlzens"wllli.,take this half mile from town limits, and la the The funeral services were held in nesday nightj-anGraded School district. $60. per acre. n matter up and push it. the Baptist church Friday morning, Hamilton: identified a car in J. F. Patteson, oZ Jo Ed Karnes as the one conducted by Rev. L. C. Kelly, Public Sale. t. Columbia, Ky., Campbellsville, and at the conclusion that Russell Karnes drove from his Sam Burdette sold a car load ol the remains were conveyed to the city garage. Wnen the number of the car was examined it proved to be different .On Thursday, the 16th of October, good mules in Liberty last Monday cemetery there to remain until I will sell to the highest bidder, at week. They were sold at public outthe resurrection morn. May God from the one that was on Hamilton's my residence, one mile South of Cane cry enly feel this car when it left Louisville. While he and they brought from 8200 to 340G comfort those who was satisfied that the car belonged to Yalley, the following: One team ? the psople of a pair. They were all young mulesj loss, is the wish mares, a wagon, one milch cow him, he could not swear until he got Millinery. further information from the factory, and a general line of farming tools, A Card. and left for that purpose, and will re- sixty bushels of oats, Household and Hort kitchen furniture. Everything in Every body cordially Invited to heights Columbia, Ky., The followturn in a few days. way of household goods, and farm my new line of Millinery. Cowherd and Altsheler will be ing: All my household and kitchen Mr. Geo. W. Harris, his "son, Dr. Baker & Coffey represent Hamilton. the new. Terms ing tools, practically t Mrs. R. W. Hurt, furniture, including one good piano, Elam Harris and his two married in Columbia, Ky., Wednesday made known on day of sale which will Married in Greensburg. one home daughters take this method of exone old fashioned sideboard, Oct., 22, to buy mules 12 to 16 Be here on Wednesday afternoon start at 9 a. m. comfort range, also, two buggies, har- pressing their grateful thanks to all October 22, and hear Gov. Black. IT hands high, 3 to 7 years old, ness, farm wagon and other farming those who so kindly waited upon wife Las Wednesday forenoon Mrs. Nell 50 2c E. P. Vlers. the day should be fair, two thousand sound and in good flesh. implements, two work mules, one four and mother during her long illness. Patterson and Mr. Robert Lee CaldRev. Jesse L. Murrell and wife people will be in Columbia, and the year old horse, two much cows, one well, both of Milltown, this county, from Lebanon last Friday. They Gov. Jas. D. BiacK. Great Bargain. Sale to begin at were married in Greensburg by Rev. will immediately go to housekeeping overflow jwill be addressed by another sow and four shoats W. C. Christie, of the Methodist in their residence on Bomar Heights speaker. 10'oclock. This distinguishad candidate will be Luclan Hurt auctioneer. While others are buying our ricrr. One Ford touring car for sale, Church. Both the bride and groom which Rev. Murrell purchased from in Columbia Wednesday, October 22, Jas. Kick Conover. are highly respected, and very popular Mr. W. P. Summers. They are wel prairie alfalfa land and selling it at good as new. Six tires, four of and will speak in the court-rooat 1 they were come, as such people make a town splendid profits how can the man of them new.. Fine Mohair top in the community where o'clolk. p. m. An immense crowd will A Double Header. born and reared. Thejbride is a sister better. Rev. Murrell .has a great nerve and enterprise be content when speedometer, tire rack, shock ab evidently be here to hear him. He of Mr. J. Trand Albert Mewer, mer many relatives throughout the coun- he has the same opportunity. Use sorbers, tool chest, etc. For chants at Milltown, andMr. N.. T. ty, is entertaining and speaks fluently. and Mrs. Murrell is a sister "of Eld. your opportunity on your judgment, He has a message that every voter in The home team met the Russell further information see Mercer, postmaster of Columbia. and the sooner the better. Write us F. J. Barger. Springs team in a game of basket ball this part of the State should hear. It We are informed that the couple Count Stults for booklet giving information of thls Friday, and was badly defeated, Why any man should cultivate is expected that a laage delegation last wijl reside at the Mercer homestead, part.of the country. scene standing to 13. The from Russell and Green counties will the "Card of Thanks." and that they are now steep, rough land or why he should Milltown, Strong & Harris, home team was badly handicapped, as put in their appearance. continue to farm where he is comready to meet their many friends. t West Point, Miss. the game was played on the ground. pelled to use commercial fertilizers to We desire from the bottom of our Next Friday night the same two clubs Public Sale. Why snould you slumber when one get moderate production when thouhearts, to thank our friends and neigh It is now believed that Lucie will meet in the High School Gym, bors, who so kindly came and assisted of L. E. Young's Alarm clocks will sands of acres of fine, level, rich lands Brockman, who was shot by John' Fi On Saturday Oct. 18, we will sell to and the second game will be between us during the illness resulting in death wake you. are idle can only be explained as fol- Neat will recover. the highest bidder: 7 head mules, 5 the School team and Russell Springs, of our precious daughter, Eunice May. lows: He does not know of the rich Kinnaird-FIowe- rs. playing. There will be some ball cows. 3 good steers, 5 yearling calves, level land or he is afraid to leave his It was the most trying experience of Valuable Home Tor Sale, 15 head sheep, a lot of hogs, wagon, Every body come. old home surroundings. Life is too our lives. The kindness of the friends ,,; A few dayB ago Miss Annie buggy and other things to numerous short to stick to an ol'd poor farm if We offer and neighbors in helping watch at the the brick residence conS. M. Burdette will hold his of Red Lick, Metcalfe county, you can get a rich one. Your chilto mention." Sale on the farm of J. E. bedside and administer to our loved next mule sale at Albany, Ky., one, will ever be remembered by us. a'hd Mr. G. T. Flowers, Sr., werejmar- - dren deserve the best opportunity you taining 8 rooms, and known as the Stotts, Bliss, Ky. rled at t"he home of the bride, and can "give them. We can tell you property of Mrs. Kate Smith. It i Mrs. Emma Stotts, Admr. on Oct., 25th at which time he Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McLean are now at the residence of the groom, about this country, but the only way located on Burkes ville street, just be. will sell for the high dollar 25 low the Bank of Columbia. Splendid' Do you. want the best there is? If Gradyville, this county. EkLZ. T. Williams being absent to determine is to come and see it. head of extra good, yearlings so see our line of stationery. water on the. place. For further par-from home, Rev. R. V. Bennett, pas;. The bride Is a mosttfexce'lent lady, Write us for Booklet or come and we Novelty Shop on the corner. tor of the Methodist Church, filled and two year olds. a member of one of.i Metcalfe's best will show you the good and the bad. . ticulars see W. H. Gill or 50-his pulpit last Sunday forenoon, a families. She is a sister of Mrs. Jas. Strong & Harris, Evidently there has been some unN. M. Tutt. good congregation being out At the Menzies, this place, and has often t West Point, Miss. Public Speaking. 50tf evening services, Presiding Elder T. lawful fishing in the streams of Adair visited here. We stated last week that the county county. We advise those who have J. Wade occupied the pulpit, deliverTheerbom had been a widower for Work on the Gowdy Hon. Mat S. Cohen, Democrat nom- a number of years. He is one of Gra- Judge sold the fish which were taken ing an interesting discourse. It was been getting fish with a seine to not progresses slowly. Workman' Rev. Wade's first appearance here again attempt it. The Wardens are inee for Secretary of State, will speak dy ville's enterprising citizens, and is from the saining party. That was a can not be kept in material mistake. The fish were sold by the Kentucky, in the a gentleman who has many friends. and the church was He is watching closely, more so than ever at Jamestown, Game Warden. before. Therefore, if fishermen do Court-housan able minister. on October the 20th at Public Sale. People who are disposing ofjstock in not want to pay a fine, they had bet- 1: p. m. Russell Springs, 7.30 p. m. Speakers. Baptist certainly Chrles Brasel, a nephew of Mr. C. ter not use a seine, or catch fish in any Mr. Cohen is an able speaker. Let various enterprises Hhave Saturday, Oct 18, 1919 I will" offeree? concluded that there is a large amount S. Harris, was accidentally .killed in other unlawful manner. There is a every body come out and hear him. of surplus moneyjin Columbia and out All over our State on Sunday, Octo- for sale at public outcry oh my faints El Paso, Texas, last Saturday. Mr. hen on sure. in the county, as men representing oil ber 5, there were bands of Baptist two miles west of Knifley on Casey For all kinds of Clocks, See- Harris left West Point, Miss.', immed-iatel- y property. following speakers going out in be- Creek the and coal lands are here, daily, using At the Farmer's Union picnic, last , L. E." Young. for El Paso upon receiving the 2 head of yearling cattle; 2 weaning Saturday, a county organization was half of the Baptist 75 Million Cam their utmost endeavors to sel. news. Double Wedding. paign. These laymen will present calves; 1 8 year old work horse; 1 aged perfected. W. A- - Garnett was elected Read L. E Young's ad in this paper. some feature of the Campaign at ev- brood mare; 1 yearling bolt; 2 mars The school drive for 6300.OC0 In the President and J. V. Dudley Vice Presiery service from now until December mules; 2 hogs; 1 farm wagon; 1 six State for the children of France and dent. A move is now on foot to open Last Thursday forenoon Virdle EdCounty Clerk Neat issued marriage 7, and at every service In every Bap-- . gang cultivator: ldlsc harrow; 1 mowBelgium will start in Adair county a general store in Columbia. wards and Lula Moore; Luther Moore licenses, a few days ago, to Dave Burtist church it is their intention that ing machine; l turning plow; 1 small' and Misslnis Wilson, all of the Gradyand throughout the State the last week ton and Miss Ona Burton. The clerk something will be said about the Cam- narrow; double shovel; lOQfobls cornr l in this month. Transylvania Presbytery will meet ville. country, arrived in Columbia. wants those who expect to. wed soon 3 tons ha ; some tops and' blade fod-atEberneezer Saturday at 2 o'clock. They werenotlong insecuring Ucenses to know that his supply- - of blanks is paign. M. Grlmsley and Rev. A. G. Rev. L der; on the same day and at the same The Synod will meet at Harrodsburg to wed, and in the afternoon Miss running low and that first come, Farmers of Adair county are about place, I will offer my entire farm foe Hill will sing at Price's Chapel next oh the 21st. The representatives from Moore became Mrs Edwards, and Miss first served. through sowing wheat, and a large sale, terms will be on twelve months: Saturday night Sunday afternoon this church will be Rev. B; T. Wat- Wilson Mrs. Moore, the ceremony acreage, has been put in. Rev. Hill will preach. k Every body time with approved security. son, Mr J. P. Dononey,and Mr- T. E. being performed by County, Jodge .. For-;thnext few weeks farmers Sale begins at 9 o'clockt Sinclair, in his office. Our Oranges, Bananas, Apples and Waggener. will be "busy gathering corn. The J. R Beard. Knifley, Ky., crop in "Adair county, especially in the candy is, received Fresh' every day in Gongregatlonal meeting at the A 1914 model pocket with LOST, Brown leather Ford, new body and bottoms, is very good. On some up- -. the week. Presbyterian church next Wednesday top, will be sold to the pair of spectacles inside. '"Finder to the highest bidder :Novelty.Shpp. f S, C- - Neat has removed laad' .farms- corn is also good, and on 50 21 night, to ordain Blders. arid receive property he recently parr next Saturday at 2 o'clock.- Sale in' please return to this office others 'it Is thin. Tailing the crop al The Fiscal Court was in session five ' , , reward. , t, front of the court house! . together:, there is not much room lor days of last week. :Tho usual amount chased. Every body is invited to be in Jack lYpnng. . - Mr.'W.I. Ingram and wife, Mr. T.. grumbling. Columbia on October 22, the day Gov. LOST, Brown leather pecket with, of claims wejre presented and allewed. ,. i i P. Ddnbar and wife and Mrs. Omera '.. pair of spectacles inside. Fledec Black is to speak. Mr. M. Cravens sold the Bradshaw Clrcuip' court- will opaaiat James- Jeffries went to. Lebanon last Friday! White Wyandotte roosters for sale BteaeeTetarn to this office aad receive property Jto Fred Myers,.. Monday, .for . Several speakers, are T ' - Mrs. Ingram's to take "dinner withSee Couat Stults. reward. 4 it you contemplate ouymg a ' billed to;make political addresses on tt"i. v mother, Mrs. Mary Dunbar, 'whorwas caraad want a good one at a the :firsday. .Pwfectlnf ;u orfinfc ' ,If-yds;:Bet:waHt frost to sip year i vTfcere are set xieeay .begg la Ujr Sam Steveneoa S9lhliis'.ifarm,ra SSyearsHbirwmagnificent'spread jCarter .wU sweet- - peeaeeee, yeu- lied; better cdJg eeuety. at thte etae fer tbe aarket zatloa.te beut. all Judge price, call on or write Stanford pilier .near .,Colujbla,-ewasabthe.home,otMre.Dunbarss6n, ! -. do'dn : thW' .:3f'T. v? - V , M4 Mrttiir MkimmiA' Vbe .w :'.' r. O. S. Daabar. Greensburfc.Ky. reHx4McKiiMJriio7lQ(; Lewis, fect on the Seminary., The subject of this writing died at her home, near the Russall Creek Flouring Mill last Wednesday night. She was a native of Russell county, but had been a resident of Adair for more than a year. Her maiden name was Webb, and she was a sister of Mrs. Green Bell Smith, this place. Early in life she made a profession of her faith in Christ and united with the Baptist Church, living a consistent member until the final disolu-tloHer affliction was of long standthe best of physicians giving her ing, close attention. n. , Th, d posses-sessio- 50-2- Per-che- on 50-2- ar-riv- ed m -- 5-- 2 50-2- Kin-pair- d, '- - 2t 50-2- ; whole-sale:-buildin- g well-fille- d. e, - " - four-minu- te . - e ... Scott-Montgomer- y - h . ... - -- i - m towh-Monda- y. rea-iSoojaf- o -- - tWeoo that-diy.-r'.;'.- -- '. rti . t-- : - . s 0-)S-l9ilf ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ffOTES wife of Little Harpe, taking her angle of about forty degrees child with her, withdrew a short from the creek, and was too distance from the camp "to a large for a horse to leap over. COUNTY. place near the bank of a stream, Big Harpe rode into the space where there was a rock, which between the tree and creek, but iSY John.aveoesteele extended out of the'ground, leav was unable to cross the creek, ing a space between it and the because of its perpendicular the national No. 36. this banks, which necessitated his ground beneatti. Under joy smoke rock she placed her child and turning back and passing around THE "HARPES. makes whale tfTnon the same nieht upon stretched her body alongside of the prostrate trunk of the tree. 3rhich Mrs. Stigall, her child it, so as to protect it, and deter- The loss of the otime consumed sand Love were murdered, two mined to resist its being slain in riding arounn the tree enabled come up within mien, whose names "were Gilmore with her own life, if necessary. Tompkins to .mad Hudgens, respectively, spent When it was determined to kill speaking distance, when both he stopped and Tomp&e night in an improvised camp, the children, Little Harpe start- and Harpe said to him that he had as 22 siiort distance from the Stigall ed to go to where his wife was kins sabla- - They had previously gone to inform her of their resolution, well to surrender, because he escape. not possibly $& the Robinson Lick to procure and to dispatch the child. At could istltand returned toward their that moment a man by the name Harpe's answer was, "never." upon iomes, when they were overta- of Smith, who was engaged in Neither attempted to fire ken by the darkness and spent hunting for his horses, which the other. Just at that moment, Leeper vie wand Harpe xke night in the open, as the had strayed, suddenly came upon dashed came into off, but Tompkins await?mea of the wilderness of that the scene and Little Harpe im- ed the coming up of Leeper. ardid not hesitate to do when mediately accused him of being Leeper demanded of Tompkins Copyrlsht by K. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. axecessity or convenience required a horse thief and blew a shrill to know why he had not fired Awaiting your ,' you'll jit. The Harpes had informa- - whistle upon his "charger." upon Farpe and Tompkins said pd red certainly get yours when you lay your smokecards on the table, tins, toppy red bags, tidy and pound handsome that his horse was so impetuous, hair potmd tin humidors on the evening before, of The "charger" was a small ttvidt for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a and that classy, practical crystal used by the old time that he feared to fire lest he makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count poundsponge glass humidor jtnese wayfaring men and the with moistcner top should miss his aim and then of your smokestunts! Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies that keeps Prince Albert kt of their encampment, and rifle men to measure the powder iace such perfect condition I awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when ifs P. A. for the kill him. aa.rty the next morning, about necessary for the charge of a Harpe would shoot and packing I To Be Continued. tfifce break of day, they repaired gun. The sound of the whistle Talk about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your When your food does not digest we vzo vtbe lace of the encampment, brought Big Harpe from his smokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your you feel ''blue," tired and discontentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of Hudgens and Gilmore were camp to the scene, immediately. and couraged, you should use a little Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process that 7efc asleep, and put them under He raised his rifle and informed at bedtime. It opens the bowcuts out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's cigaels, purifies the system and restores a arrest, and at the same time Smith that he must die. Just at fine feeling of health and energy. rette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard ! . Prince Albert is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular pal! fcharged them with being guilty this moment, Leeper and his Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv company came in sight and saw 'f the crimes of murder and Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a Tests for Census Jobs to be held jimmy, pipe can be! It is the tobacco that has made '.three men smoke by the burning of the Stigall the three men engaged in conjMBL cjHv pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the'nation tiA 18. October that oc- - versation, and supposing, i home and the murder of its to the joys of smoking. Whatever the Harpes all were of the parties, they REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY; Winston-Salem- , N. C. jotay have intended to do when were seeking, some of the party Examinations of applicants for at the first, made the ar- fired upon them. Smith was positions with the census bureau mrest of these men, in a very few dangerously wounded, but both at Washington will be held in wheat and taking care. of their tminutea, they determined to of the Harpes escaped injury. Louisville on October 18, and on rops. WE ARE FISHING FOR FAVORS George Page and family are .snucder them and shot and killed Little Harpe fled into a thicket November 15. The appointment .Cilniore. Hudgens broke away upon foot and Leeper and his of several thousand employes for going to move to the Perry Hana ad attempted to save himself party saw him no more. Big the fourteenth decennical ceneus cock place for the coming year. AS BAIT WITH .vJby flight, but the Mrs. Hutchison, who has been Harpes pur- Harpe was mounted upon the for duty at the national capital sued and overtook him, in a short gray mare, which he had appro- will be made from among those in bad health for some time does priated after the killing of Love. who pass these examinations. not improve. end. killed him. iVhenSjgall returned home, He fled to his camp and engaged The salaries will range from in attempting to saddle the $900 to 1,020 per year, with Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, aa the following day. he found We have resolved to make our service so 8 horses for the women to escape promotion at in. ashes and thev charred through various hands, or feet requires a poweiful necessary to every owner of a car that when- of his wife and child in upon. Leeper and his party grades up to $1,380 and in ad- remedy that will penetrate the lfesh. ever you need any kind of the debris. Infuriated with were detained, for a short while dition to the entrance salary ap- BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT &tiet and rage, he sought assis- receiving the explanation of pointees will receive a bonus of possesses that power. Rubbed iu tance and advise of Capt. John Smith, and whom they supposed $20 per month granted by Con where the pain is felt is all that is Deeper, a neighbor, and who to be an accomplice of the Harpes gress. Such appointments will necessary to relievo suffering and reYou will just naturally think of us first. We was .a man of .great physical and would have finished him, be temporary but it is expected store normal conditions. Sold by want you to think of our service'as the A6v. as to the length of service will range Paull Drug Co. I5U23HGSS, as well as of great cou- but for his explanation, rage 2.nd determination. The why he was there. When they from one to two years. Only one Liquid and Dry Measures. scattered neighbors met for con- approached the camp Big Harpe member of a family is eligible sultation and for action. All left the women and children to for these positions, and both J vwere convinced that the Harpes their fate and fled upon Love's men and women will be adDon't forget that by giving ere the perpetrators of the mare, armed with rifle and hol- mitted. eight gallons (liquid measure) for sters. When the shooting occrimes. tLeeper readily proffeThe applicants must have a bushel that you cheat your curred, the wife of Little Harpe red his assistance in hunting To accomplish this we STICK to the JOB reached their eighteenth but not customer out of 14 per cent, or to the camp with her down and taking vengeance up- returned one and one third gallons(liquid until it is done RIGHT. Giva us FIRST TRIAL. their fifteenth birthday. on, .them. James Tompkins, of child and was made a prisoner measure). There are 231 cu. in. ' We'll Get Ths Rest. h a ve before along with the other women. pyliom we Wormy children are unhappy, puny in one gal!on(liquid measure) Silas Magby, who, on account of and sickly. They can't be otherwise while they are 268, 8 cu. in. in : spoken, JRobert Robertson, while worms eat away their strength Silas Magby and his flesh, was unfitted, for the vitality. A few doses of WHITE'S one gallon (dry measure). Your CTevil'Lindsey, likewise, offered chase and one other were left to CREAM VERMIFUGE performs a measure is 14 per cent short ..their assistance. They were all guard the women. The others marvelous transformation. Cheer- when only 8 liquid gallons are fulness strength and the rosy bloom HORD & HUTCHISON, hvc&Y men of the wilderness. went in pursuit of Big Harpe, for a bushel. If you of health speedily return. Sold by measured Formerly Gowdy's Stable. Comer Main and Depot Streets. SCrcJted and armed, the little with whom they exchanged some Paull Drug Co. Adv have only the liquid gallon to shots before he was beyond the Jbsnd went in pursuit of the Campbellsville, Kentucky. measure a bushel, and you wish lHaipes along the silent ways of carrying distance for a rifle. Smith's Chapel. to measure a whole bushel you arranged be- - His mount was superior to any be forest. It was should measure 9J gallons(liquid reen them, that in the event, of the horses of the pursuers, Mr. Henry Moore and family, measure). You should know they should come upon the except the one ridden by Tomp- have moved from this com that the water bucket, the milk DRY CLEANING DYEING. Harpes, that Capt. Leeper should kins. '.The big gray mare carried munity to their property upon bucket, the common, gallon and a CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. .attack Big Harpe and Stigall Big Harpe with ease and he the pike above Cane Valley, and half bucket, the vinegar jug, the urged her forward to the top of should attack Little Harpe, and Send Via jParcel Post are greatly missed by the neigh coal oil can all give liquid gallon He soon h& others would render assist- her speed and mettle. measure of 231 cu. in. Also you bors, of this place. ance as might be necessary. outran all, except Tompkins, Mr. Ollie Corbin and family, should know that the bushel, or When near the Pond river, about who was a small man and rode a have moved to their place recent- half bushel measure are the most 617 FOURTH AVE. Jthirty miles froaa Henderson, tnorougnnrea ammai, ana was ly bought.by T. P. Corbin. LOUISVILLE, KY. common dry measure of 2150.4 able to keep Harpe in sight. r&e Harpes were overtaken. Be Known all over America. Bro. Walker, Green county, cu. in. for the bushel and 1075 2 lfocethe arrival of Leeper and The others had no difficulty in closed a ten days meeting Friday cu. in. for the half bushel ,Jub, party Big Harpe, apprehe- following the trail made by t j HENRY W. DEPP, Sm wlcn YW Kooa success, measure. TTarne and Tomnkins thrnno-nsive of pursuit, suggested that Bro. Walker is a good christian the children of the women en- - the soft earth of the forest AfDENTIST When the cheat feels on fire and man influencing everyone in the them and impeded their ter the chase had continued for the throat burns, you have indiges- Am permanently located in Co way of good. 1oiiaiinnmtyiwtta and that in order to several miles, Big Harpe rode AJB tion, and you need HER BINE to get . taweaienta lumbia. Mrs. Etta Montgomery and rid of the disagreeable feelia g. heavily wooded creek bot into a . towel more rapidly to insure It tom. A large poplar, which daughter, Mary, of Ozark, visit--, drives out badly digested food,, All Classes of Dental work done. Crow the children should be d&e and Inlay work a Specialty. T. F. Corbin and family one straogtheog the stomacn and puri- ,kJMi.. The jpivea of Big Harpe had stood upon .the margin of ed All Work Guaranteed 48tD bo weld. Sold oy PaulL Drag. 4c4ctftntly cefflted'to tke kill- - the crek, hud f&llta away from night last weefc. Xo, 'Pad Drug Cwpy, CeWm, Ky. .Adv. ' Ofioa: next dr. to yosto&ee. and its trunk lay at an Farmra are busy childrw, but th tfce ON ADAIR RT a of a cigarette! 1919 say-so- re-cepta- FOU cs-nil- e HER-BIN- E ar-j3o- n, JS.: thUV I afWT" h .sfiis-tanc- e -- re-jnai- ns CAR REPAIRS "SATISFACTORY SERV1C V Matt-i&eRtfChrist- ie, The "SERVICE" Garage Proprietors, and SWISS CLEANERSAND DYERS h HZEHAft ee-.e- me t thir crk 1 v ' i L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "6"9"6"9"9Q"9"9"Q"6"9' 4"to4444Hfr&0' TO BUY I miping the Public Schools of III 111 WHERE . I illfii 1.r-- i Kentuck Taxes Going Up; 3015-191- IIIIIIIIIIIII.IIH IH 4 YOUR Teachers Underpaid Under Stanley Democratic rule, In the three years the equalized value of all property assessed for taxation in Kentucky has increased tho enormous sum of $527,278,483.00. During the same period, tho amount distributed by the stnte to the counties to pay the salaries of school teachers has only increased the pitiful V sum of $45,734.37. Taxpayers, This Is Your Business The new tax law mailing this huge increase In taxes was passed to raise more money for general state expenses, to pay off old debts and to give more money to the public schools. If this law has raised enough money to pay general expenses and to help pay off some old debts, why has the school fund not received a proportionate Increase for tho edncation of yonr children? Stanley O. K's Pay Cut on Mil 9 "J-V- Clothing, Hats, Caps Gloves. Shoes etc. .I In 1918 a Democratic legislature passed a law and It was approved by Governor Stanley, March IS, 1918, cutting down the amount of money for schoolteachers salaries from 26 cents to 18 cents, and many teachers wero forced to quit their jobs altogether or to seek positions in other states. Merry-Go-Roun- The records show that In 4S counties in Kentucky, the salaries of school teachers were more In 1916 than In 1917, 1918 and 1939. They also show that In 71 counties the salaries wero more In 1910 than in 1917 and 1918. This has forced hundreds of teachers to travel from one county to another seeking better pay to meet the high cost of living. In one county In Kentucky, out of 104 teachers last year, only 22 returned this year. In another county only seven out of 48 returned. In another county only 5 out of 95 returned. In one of the largest and best counties of tho state only one rural teacher has not changed location within the past five years. The School Teachers' d LADIES' i DRESS UNDERWEAR - AND NOTIONS. QOODS. In the same month that Governor Stanley approved the law cutting down the teachers' salaries, the state owed the teachers for back pay, $048,372.00. Three months later this amount had Jumped to $1,452,837.94. On June 80, this year, the state still owed the teachers for back pay $093,434.87. In 1917, the first month's salary was paid In October after three and a half months of teaching. The final payment was not made until August, 1919, eight months after the close of the session. Last year a law was passed to remedy this, but at that salaries are still running late. In addition to having their cut, the teachers also have their pay held up. ssU-arl- Holding Up the Teachers' Pay A All Wool es Three months after Governor Stanley signed the bill cutting down the teachers' pay, the school year was cut from 7'months to 6 months. The children were deprived of a whole month's schooling. This year, the school year ending June 80, 1920, was kept at 0 months Instead of .being put back to 7 months, thus depriving the children of another month's schooling. Twelvo months' schooling In two years in place of 14 months. costing the taxpayers three times what they paid under Governor Willson (Republlcau). Among tho books paid for by the taxpayers at a cost of $15,000, was the famous "Sore Toe'' book, compiled by the equally famous Dr. W. L. Helzer, whose "Physiology" was ridiculed by the leading Democratic newspapers of the state. This "Bore Toe" book tells little Johnnie how to wrap up a "puncture" "In his foot, warns little Jennie not eat meat more than once a day, calls on dad to shave oft his whiskers, advises mother to wash an egg before boiling It, and demands the killing of all dogs and cats. Is Cutting Down the School Year Gilbert's Extravagance The minute Supt Gilbert got into office ho began filling up his own office, at Frankfort, with clerks and stenographers. The salaries In his department have gone up to three times what they were under Governor Willson (Republican). The Democratic legislative probe committee of 1918 condemned the Bureau of School Inspection for giving salaries to people who did no work, but there has been practically no change. Morrow will change It t A Cotton Blankets & (ft Phone No. 12. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports t &1 Supt Gilbert's printing bill Gilbert's "Sore Toe" Book Text Book Commission Farce The Stanley Text Book Commission changed most of the books In the grades and would have soaked the parents of the children $650,000 more for their books, but the whole adoption was thrown out by the Court of Appeals. Urged by leading Democrats all over the state to also throw out the Text Book Commission, Governor Black turned a deaf ear and by the time a new adoption was made the publishers were so delayed that many schools have been forced to get along with old books, and some of them won't get the new books at all for proper work this year. I T Albin Murray Columbia, Next Doot to The Adair County New Office. Kentucky I AAAAAAAAAAA&A AAAAAAAAAAAA A Clean House at Frankfort Elect Morrow Governor SZ!tSte&&A Advertisement Farm Hashes and Home Beams. Kick less. Smile more. Keep Wage war on rats. Save all Have you named the farm yet? Cultivate patience; it wins. To have friends, one must be friendly. Feed never was so valuable save it now! Plan to kill and cure your own meat this fall. Let the child sleep till it awakens naturally. One day may be worth a thousand tomorrows. Courtesy is a rare gem, but may be had without price. Good paint is cheap, efficient insurance for farm machinery. Too many fence corners serve as"sheds" for our valuable farm ts. tools. Teach the boys to trap a few fur bearing animals; big money in furs caught this season. Give willingly, gladly, freely, with else the virtue of the civine wi have been lost. Late weeds are the oner, to make sure of destroying, either by cutting and tossing in the ditch, or burning. Have you laid a firm foundation for next season's corn crop, by selecting some seed corn this fall? It pays big to keep an accurate record of every farm animal bred both from a standpoint of convenience and of saving every offspring in good shape. Teach the children that good apples are far better than the doctors pills and a great deal more economical, from a financial standpoint. In fact, ripe fruit is most desirable for the youngsters, as well as the elder folks. Success depends not so much on the thorough systemnizing of one's farm work, as it does on one's ability to meet and overcome the emergencies which are constantly arising in connection first-clas- s which break in our regular plans With the same care, systematic Health About Gone Many thousands of women suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell ofHayne,N.C. "I could: not stand on my feet, and: Just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suffering was so great, and" he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. I began get Cardui. . improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." ? WHIIEII1Y m&xn&. iMYERS-BARGSRB attention scientific feeding given the poultry flocks as are given your hogs, the feathered tribe prove to be as much of" mortgage-lifters- " as the beasts. Poultry will not stand for neglect, any more than your live stock. would four-footed MYERS-BARUfc- R j. COMPANY . t;';.: Columbia; 'nsrri WHOLESALE; AND Standing a sweaty horse in the sun while he dries, not only is most uncomfortable and unhealthy for the animal, but the a2tion of the sun on his coat of hair will fade out the color of it, also leave the hair harsh and stiff. Standing the animal in the shade while he is drying and cooling off, greatly mitigates all these detrimental effects. Black has named James K. Roberts, Beattyville, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the Gov. gga FLOUR IS THE STAFF'OFj'LIFF ' THEREFORE, HAVEIT PURE In the mill business enables us to 40 Years makejlhejvery BEST aad d" PUREST. We don't use anything but the Jbestlf wheat making our Flour- - i CARDUI TAKE The Woman's Tonic She writes further: "1 am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, fry Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have Used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. i p We Will Makejt to Your Interest to Get Out Prices Before Buying Elsewhere- We give our special attention to exchange and custom work,?giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. h WeSolici YourParonage. A MYER-BARGECO ., CoIldi j. Kentitl Fj R 3 ? farm operations things death of Judge Adams, in the 23rd judicial district. He won the race for commonwealth's attorney several years ago, in that very strong Republican dis- trict. The Kentucky State University will permit disabled soldiers over 9 to take a course in agriculture and farm mechanics. Additional schools under the Smith-Hughact, making about 50, at various points in the state, has been designated, one of them at 1 es The Louisville Trust Ci I -- UNDERTAKER. 1 HMMMII LOUISVILLE" KENTUCKY.. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Pre fits Over One MIIHerlolUfa. Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agenti CeaamUteeCaHil Trustee, and can nviHzr as shch in any Amnty in theJState. Fays 3 I V I keep on hands a. full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. I We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. Columbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, AD Druggists J t9'l fc1 72 jr . cent' per Annum on Tlnae DeioaUs. ANGERBUA GRAY. , J 1.l C( C 4 J.h Preeyeatt. Trea. A. ' ' -G;3TITH;i8i4- - & .1 -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iUair Democrats, bear in mind that Coarvty Nev3s it is necessary to vote in the Fablisfced Oh Wednesdays. coming election. Let nothing but sickness keep you from the $1 Colanv6ia, Keivtacky. polls. Tell your neighbors to J.E.MURRELL, Editor. shape their affairs to attend Mob. with you. MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. Seaocnticne-vripape- -- devoted to the lnterert tie City of Colniabla and tha paopla of Adair ad dJoSslBS conntlei. Entered Gov. Black was born and rear- w ?i at the Colombo" Post-offic- e as second sass mail matter. t 7? St WED. 0CT.15. 1919. ed in Eastern Kentucky, and the mountain people will not forget him in this contest. He has been their friend in limes of need, and at the coming election they will show their gratitude by voting for hfm. Hun. Matt Cohen, Democratic nun . $rJ 4 tl0 Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal "Zone per yer. All Zones beyond 2nL$2.00 per iyear A JlSnbscrlptlon due and Payable in Advance DEIYIORATIC TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR JAMES D. BLACK, of Knox County. JFOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR 'Pi 'Jf 9if tr.x - Wm. of Lincoln County. FOR STATE AUDITOR HENRY M. BOSWORTH, h. shanks, candidate for Secretary of State, will commence speaking in Adair County Thursday. His first ap pointment is Cane Valley. Friday afternoon he will be at Gradyville; Friday night at Breeding; Saturday afternoon at Amos Loy's Store, Fairplay;. Saturday night, Clear Spring Schoolhouse. Mr. Cohen is an entertaining speaker. He has a message you can not afford to miss. We hear good reports from the senatorial contest between Mr. J. R. Garnett, Democrat, and Mr. Branstetter, Republican. It is confidently believed that the former will be elected. Adair is Mr. Garnett's home county, and he should receive an unusually large vote. Keep his candi- r-- ': LI3L Jof Fayette County. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL FRANK E. DAUGHERTY, of Nelson County. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE j.1 MAT S. COHEN, of Fayette County, FOR CLERK COURT OP APPEALS JOHN A. GOODMAN, of Todd County, COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE JOHN W. NEWMAN, of Woodford County. FOR STATE TREASURE dacy in mind, asking every friend jou meet to vote for him. Again we appeal to the Democrats of Adair and adjoining counties to Vote itl ths November election. There should not be a man to remain away from the polls. It is no excuse to refuse to vote because you dislike a man who has been in office. Jeffersonian principles are the yesterday and same forever, and if you are a Democrat do not let the action of some man deter you from voting. The Democratic ticket is made up of splendid men, men of the highest character, support it. to-da- y, GOVERNOR BLACK and HON H. V. McCHESNEY HENRY F. TURNER, of Ballard County. FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION L. E. FOSTER, of Christian County. FOR STATE SENATOR. 19th Senatorial District J. E. GARNETT of Adair County. 1 WILL SPEAK KENTUCKY COLUMBIA, Wcdnc sday Afternoon, October 22nd, AT THE COURT HOUSE FOR MAGISTRATE 7th MagisteriallDistrict, H. A. WALKER. Louisville is now having mal street car service. nor- ...... 1 J -: I 1 Eljzabethtown News. Wednesday, October The defeat of thirty-fiv- e amendments to the peace pact i!K in one day by a substantial marejoices the The country jority against all of them, gives President of the United States great encouragement to the "will recover. country. It was thought that some of these amendments would From now until the November only be defeated by a majority election Democratic speakers of four or five votes, but the will shell the words. registered smallest majority President WilBon is now co- against any of them was fifteen nsidered out of danger, and it is and the largest was twenty eight. These votes indicate very coni believed he will be able to take clusively all of the other anwad-men- iop again the reigns of govern ' will be defeated and the Vment in a few days. chances are very favorable for i '' The Elizabethtown News says the treaty being ratified by the 'when Senator Stanley got Senate, just as it was agreed upithrough with Ed Morrow's syn- - on by the great Powers. rtax he made Heyser's physiology Of course it will take . look like faultless English." vote to ratify, but as several of the amendments were de Morally and socially, no man feated by a vote it is Mih Kentucky stands higher that reasonable to suppose that the $&o?2 Black, the Democratic J whole treaty will secure the re Candidate for governor. He has quired vote. As a result of the defeat of .stood for temperance all his life. the amendments there has arisen JHe stands for better schools and very acute differences among a progressive State, its affairs the Republicans and this is decidedly to the advantage of the economically administered. court-roo- m ts -- Come and hear Gov. Jan. D. Black. He will speak in the VICTORY IN SIGHT. at Cane Valley Items. Claud Edrington sold his house and lot in this place, a few days ago, to Rollin Todd, for $900. He bought W. H. Wilson's dwelling with eight acre3 attached for $2,000. He also bought W. H. Gill's farm containing. 66 acres amd geed dwellings for $4,000. Squire W. E. Hancock is walk- OXIock. - iMBBaaaEagtwgTirTr7imTTiniifB j two-thir- ds ing about his premises, but he remains in rather a feeble condition. The officers of the bank which will open business here soon, have purchased the same safe that the defunct bank used, from I two-thir- ds -- the First National Bank Columbia h They have also purchased a Posting Machine for which they paid $650. Farmers are busy shipping ' tobacco. The crops are good in this'locality. Bur-roug- THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T. One Ton Truck is really the necessity of farmer, manufactarer, contractor and'merchant. It has all the strong features of the Ford Car made bigger and stronger. It has the powerful worm drive, extra lage emergency brakes acting on both rear wheels andjj conwheelbase, yet turns in a trolled by hand leverf124-inc- h 46 foot circle, and has been most thoroughly tested. We your know it is absolutely dependable. We advise-givinorder without delay that you may be supplied as soon as possible. The demand is large and first to order first to receive delivery. Leaye your order today. Truck? Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit. g X The parties listed below have signed up withus agreeing to use nothing but Genuine Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. ed as regular service stations: Therefore, they have been appoint- A few men made light xf "'President Wilson's illness. It does not matter. Those who - would thus talk about the ruler of their country are so ( small Lthat they could go through the '- r, eye SyT cf an ordjdary needle wt touching either side. ' with- - Our farmers will commence treaty. gathering corn soon. The crop After having failed to amend through this section is fairly the treaty, showing conclusively good. that the great majority of the Senate is opposed to any change Tht Chevrolet is a car of beaufew Senators will have the hardihood to vote to reject it. ty and the smoothest runner on looks now like the treaty is the road, The price is in reach It sure of ratification and that the day is not far distant when the of the poor man. Write Wopd1 son Lewis, Greensburg, Ky. final vote will be taken on it. nv A. F.SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. THE BUCHANAN-LYOincorporated N vCO., ,- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILJLE, KENTUCKY PW W. U- UJJiMMB 3ioi ia;i rr &DAIR COUNTY NEWS JBLsrsm mBFMMMMFMWMmWMWMFMWm. KM i M jjjj HON. 'EDWIN P. MORROW REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR WILL ADDRESSEE CITIZENS OF ADAIR COUNTY AT THE COURT HOUSE IN PUBLIC SPEAKI NG LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED LHJ1N1 FAIL I(J MtlAR HIM 190 ACRES f?' Mr. J. W. Jones, Glensfork, left New Fail Goods. Saturday for Anderson, Ind In his. company was his daughter, Mrs We are showing this week another Elmer Sparks, who resides in Anderson, and his daughter, Pauline, who choice line of Ladies and Misses Coats, Suits, Skirts and Dresses, also sweatwill return with her father ers, Tarns and Scarfs. Mrs. G B Cheatham, Millfeown, was Hens and Boys Clothing. shopping in Columbia last Friday Mrs fc). wMmWAmmmmmmmmwmmmmm m m nn COLUMBI A KY. ON FRIDAY, THE 17th, AT i O'CLOCK p. m WILL TELL YOU WHY YOUR TAXES ARE HIGH AND WHERE THE MONEY WFNT m m a I f A. m is mmmmmmMmmmmmmMmkBQmmmm McKinley, TWO FARMS, 100 ACRES AND 90 ACRES Mo, airivedatew with his daughter, who is in a feeble condition Rev. Ih- - C. of Kansas City, days ago, to te Mrs Joe Todd, A splendid selection of Mens, Young Me"n, and Boys Suits and Overcoats Thej are latest styles, and we save you money on them. New Millinery. 4 OF J. L. BUTLER AT AUCTION FRIDAY, OCTOBER lO QCLOCK, A. M. 24, . Mr. S E Shively and sen, Shelby ,. returrfed from TTorth Dakota, Satui -navy, has received his discharge and day night. Mr. T. I Smith. District Game reached here last Monday nignt. Warden, returned a few days ago After spending a week here he will go Mrs. W. D. Jones left last Friday his morning for Portsmouth Ohio, to vis. from Western Kentucky. ro West Point, Miss, where G R Reed and wire, and Mr. parents reside. He is in fine health it her husband. Mr E B. Barger and wife were in Louis- and his Columbia friends were g'ad to H. T. Baker-- and U. H. Sandusky welcome him. ville Sunday and Monday. Louisville las? spent several and Mrs week. Z T. Williams Mrs J N Page is visiting in Mon'i Ed cello Williams are visiting in Cave City Kelly, who officiated at Just received the newest creations funeral of Mrs. Harris, tast Friday the in Ladies Eeady-tq-weHats. Come was accompanied to Columbia, from CampbeUsville, by his wife. Mrs vs. and see this line Everything. W Miller and Mrs J. A McFarand. In Mens and Ladies Furnishings. Mr Robart Ingram, Misses L B. and May M. HatSe'd and Mrs S T Everihing in Mens, Womens and Hale, Russeil Springs, attended the Children's Shoes. We are not "profiteering." funeral of Mn. Harris, last Friday, Eussell & Co. Mr.'E E. Cole and wife, Bakrrton ar Sold by Russell &. Co. spent several veek. das in Columbia last Mr. Jo. M. Harris, who was in tbj i da-is-i- u An absolute sale without reserve, by bid or limit. It sells to the highest bidder, LOCATION - Lincoln County, just off the Givens Pike, four miles from Danville, six miles from Stanford. It adjoins the Logan farm. The 100 acres known as the Givens tract--. The 90 acres the Shelby .tract just over the line from Boyle county. :- This is very productive, land level and partly rolling. Well watered and well f enoed. On the 100 acres is a 5 room dwelling, porches and cellar, cistern, 7 acre tobacco barn and other outbuildings, 20 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. On the 90 acres, a new 3 room house, brand new 10 acre tobacco barn. part of it never been plowed. All in erass, This entire 190 acres is ready to "punch" and make money on. Remember the bidder fix the price on this land. Don't miss it, you may lose tne bargain of the year. Good land is the kind to buy. LIBERAL TERMS. ' Land values are on the increase. "Farms you can buy worth the money are getting scarce. Mr. Butler, at Danville, will show you the farm at any time, or or W. E. Moss Adv., Mgr. Call by phone. Or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. SWINEBOARD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. W. A. Cook, of Horse Cave, was j here last Thursday. Prof. H. E. Dalton was here last Wednesdaj', enroute to his school, in West Virginia, wflmm if( Endured- tI SRan They ro tkat Nunnally, representing Louisvil.e firms, were here a few days ago. Mrs.tLola Lovett left last Wednesday Mr. G. M. Whitlock and Mr. E. B. morning for Eussellville to visit her daughter, Margarec, at Logan College. Wilson, CampbeUsville, called to see our grocerymen a few days ago. Miss Christine Nell, Gradyville, was Mr. T. W. Taylor maie his regular with her Columbia friends" and retrip to Columbia a few days ago. He week, latives a few dajs of last resides in CampbeUsville. Mrs, H. B Ingram, who has been MP. John Q. Alexander, of Louis quite sick, is improving, and the inville, called to see Columbia merdications point to her early recovery. ' Mr. Edwaid Hamlett came down from Center College and spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. F. H. Durham attended the Eussell Creek Baptist Association which conveyed in Green county. Beckham Jeffries, who was in the navy, reached home last Thursday morning. He was discharged at Pittsburg, ,Pa. He is a perfect! picture of health, and says he has eDjoyed the ' service. PERSONALS Mr. W. P. Nunnally and Mr. A. L. long time When you buya range, you want one that wiUlasta is;why lasts. That and continue to give good service as long as it you should investigate ft 3LllM cocrerMfe. - Zraou . Prcncess BEAR,Na Miss Euth Evans, of Cumbelrand county, arrived ajfewjdays go. having been employed by the Board to teach in the GradedSchool. She has the 5th and 6tji grades. "Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Allen left for chants last Wednesday. Aiabama lastjFriday morning, where Mrs. Ada Gibson and (laughter, they will remain during the winter, Miss Allye, of Breeding, have re- with their son, Leslie. Mr. B. F. Chewning, Mesdames Geo. moved to Ghent, Ky., near Cincinnati H. :Neli and Burton Yates, and Mr. Mr. Eich Dillon accompanied them toColumbia, on their way. Stewart tiutcninson attended the Baptist Association inJGreen county, Mr. 2tf. B.'Miller, who spent several - Sng and durable andV &e iron, rust-proof the famous copper-bearin- g there one?PSce construction of top rim and body means that as the years go by, arfno 5obts to widen out and let iii cold air to cool the oven and weaken the draft. saving- time and labor maker famous bakers, too, and the many devices for copper reservoir ad- therrTafoy to the housewife. For instance, there is the of 10-gall- on lAfNSJ " 1 ) ri roomyarrning SSg cabinets, and the clean,it outJ drying kleps food warm without closet vath ppeWund xthicfi! last week.weeks in Columbia and out at his old Miss Mary Miller, wtio visited at home very pleasantly, left for his ocation, Bu'fialo, fNew TTork, last Hazard, Ky&returned-hoirilast Tuesday.1 iThursday morning. ' 'v e The " Buchanan-Lyo- n " C04 . , 'tfatapbeUwriJle, Kentucky.- - adairocounty: news iiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiriiiiiiifriiiliiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiifiifiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, r - I Do Kentuckisxri5 5, wnt &?h&nd jfV 9 " w w - K4jr Hjy HXr maat 14JL7' 4J "U H1A7 Cfcl i picked, h&ncl controlled JK""k iS overiw? &zu r ; The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 1 2 Ply $2.25 yw xiim FLOROID Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. 'WW Hi g krf SEE " ?Pil fB- - .r-- Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE 3m- and am FANCY GROCERIE . b - tucky is a "one man" party solely in the control of A. T. Hert. It was shown at Lexington where the rank and file of the party were disfranchised of their primary rights and forced to accept a slate already prepared for them. Witness the high handed methods of Searcy, Hert's man "Friday", in his treatment of George W. Jolly of Owensboro who was clearly within his rights in seeking preference at the primary. Witness also the disgraceful primary election in the negro ward in Louisville where the Republicans did not dare let the negroes vote as they wished. governed from Louisville. It will be dominated by this one man whose in- terest is selfish and whose purpose is clearly to use Kentucky merely as a stepping stone to influence and authority in National politics. Hert will push the button! Searcy will pull the string! And Morrow will do the jumping! It is common knowledge that the Republican Party in Ken- Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Put Morrow in the Governor's chair at Frankfort and Kentucky will be 3 Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. The World Has Just Witnessed the Overthrow of "One-Man- " Rule A Vote For Governor Black I Will Make Kentucky Safe For Popular Government is Vote the Democratic Ticket and Vote U Straight We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come j THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night iiHNilllllllllllllllHIIIilillllllllllM Advertisement. NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. flWTI OUND THE WGKLO fnPr--r?-j . rn-n ii!i rl AiifnrrrvsviA'fe.Y !rvrTV j&lUilJL-P- I In 3iiJ Siberia. " frfGC? UWDD. Wn I ItA i WITH n i I AROUND THE WOfiLD WITH THE AMERICAN CROSS. At Saloniki. I Ml J m Ruldence Phone 13 B Business Phone 1 nmmmmxnIjIImInmIrTnT-- -- "' '- - ! iiiium iiiiiiw EVERYTHING IN OR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST) BTdg Office, Front rooms in Jeffries up stairs. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Columbia, - Kentucky Possibly the most Important Red Cross work In Siberia, and onu which most demands the continuance of operations there, is the campaign against typhus. Over a stretch of 4,000 miles the American Red Cross has fought Inthe scourge. Here Is seen "The Great White Train," an nurses and cargoes of drugs, stitution which, with its crew of doctors and food and cleansing apparatus, has saved the lives of thousands. anti-typh- The veritable mountains of reliel supplies turned out by the millions ol chapter workers during the wai made the American Red Cross one oi the biggest "manufacturing concerns' in the world, with great warehouse space at scores of strategic points all Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist around the globe. One of the biggest distribution centers was at Saloniki, Greece, and in Special attentlcrj given Diseases of a tliis picture Bulgarian prisoners ol war are seen there unloading a Red Domestic Animals Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO Incornoraled 1 L. H. Jones 1 6 aat Maihci Street Between first and Brock Louisville, Ky. Cross cargo of 2,300 boxes from a French transport. At the right is Office seen one of the American Red Cross camions, fleets of which were used in rushing relief to points where the suf- $$$$$$$fe$ $ $$x$$x$$ W. T. PRICE XXXXQZOQQl- - at Residence, 114 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. G. fering was greatest C m W f" HE AMERICAN RED CROSS. t2?P in ll OUND THE WORLD WITH fiS " Phone In the Arctic Circle. '' WilT&uBeOne OfAMillkmKttfeffs Columbia, Ky. pur v lb SecureMembers for TbeAmerkanRedGrow SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES K Dr. Elam Harris jDrErrsr.TisT. OFFICE 164, Rcsidencell22-- I f j COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. OFFICE: Second Floor Cor. MainKandlDepot oMiBErLa-sviiirE- Sts KXxSg icy. , 'VfolttirteerNowAtTfour Localand Generp Auithetica Almliii Chapter Headquarters TKirdRedCmssRollCe!! 3 Columbia Barber Shop 3 " Navemfr2-l- l Ki liOY & i xx969gx Wherever American soldiers went during the war and after, tnere also went the American Red Cross. This policy carried Red Cross workers to ar corners of the globe and here they are seen near the rim of everlasting Ice and snow in North Russia. Automobiles were used whenever possible but a many journeys the reindeer pictured here proved most effective. mi m &tr. .h QUICK-REU- tr tails to ease any ache or pain la soy RfcmTTutfan-- Sore Mtsdes. Netmlzta. Back-- " .nrl all tvtlac Monev back II If ' lf.rf.i-- The Chevrolet will pull any hill that has a road up it. Write Vis twenty minutes, race eoc X AT DRUGGISTS, or bg wwxfl pottpatd. IT MAXES PAIH SAIL'C BOURBQK REMEDY CO.. Lwlnrtod. Ky. nmmvim j partol th body AlSanitary Shop, where both Satisfactlonand Gratification are Guaranteed. lowe: Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ! THE NEW $ 1 .50 & $2.00 Woodson Lewis, Greensbirg. Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store L K TAiFAm",COUKTY"NSWS Why 'i ( Vote For Black? G. R. REED, FIRE and LIFE Because he is a Democrat and no Republican Gpvernorhas ever done anything for Kentucky. Because the Legislature wil be and we want a Democratic Governor in accord politically with the Legislature. Because Black is a sincere prohibitionist, practing what he has preached, and not like Ed Morrow wjjo deserted the liquor side when he thought he could get the most votes by going over to the "dry side. f am MfK w wm MsW ML SaHH m INSURANCE --H- of choice CAMELS' expert blendDomestic and choice tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever had I Camels give such universal delight,such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation If you'd like a cigarette that does not leave any unpleasant cigaretty 1 1 E- jpoeoeo 5 8 $$$4l$ Mail Car Ford Car Columbia, - Because the Democratic party has this year provided sufficient revenue to pay the bills of the 3Q8Q806Q()Q8C38GQO State, and has promised to re8 duce the tax rate on real estate. AUTOMOBILE LINE - - Keutucky. twSmWR.M ... m GoUimbia and GfliiipUGllsvillt; 8 8 8 On f LSJTLLj A TT I f 8 Because the Republican party 8 in Kentucky has always been 8 fulfillment. 8 long on promises and short on 18 cents a package Camels are sold everywhere in scicntific-all- y sealed packages of 20 cigarettes; or ten packages 200 cigarettes) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply, or when you travel. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Sala- aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor, smoke Camels If you hunger for a rich, mellow-mil- d cigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly as you can I Camels' expert blend makes all this delightful quality possible. Your personal test will prove that Camel Cigarettes are the only cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meet your taste You will prefer them to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in the world at any price I 1 $1.50, Round Trip, $2.7 $2.00 Round Trip. $30 Special Attention to Traveling Men account of the license Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of 8 8 Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 8 Governor promised on the stump 8 that he would not pardon the 8 Goebel assassins, and when elected, did so. 8 Because Black is a successful 8 man and Morrow is not. 8 Because the last Republican N. C 8 8 IC IB 1 p. m. l Because the Democratic party fi represents the bulk of the proper 30&Q638G(33&C33G8G$ $G83S3G8S&3$3C38Q&3? ty interests of the btate weed. will address the schools at the and the party can be better Field day. trusted which owns the bulk of Mr. J. C. Wooten, of Sparkville, The spelling at Wilson school the property than the party sold his farm's to Mr. G. B. Mur- went off nicely. which owns a small part of it. phy for $2,000. Willie Elbert Gowen, son of election of a Because the The Field day at Big Creek, Mr. Corneli3 Gowen, was buried Democratic Governor this year will be October, 25th. at this place last Friday. A makes Kentucky safe for DemocBen Yarberry bought of Willie large crowd attended, racy next year. Yarberry a nice mule. Because James D. Black is a Prof. Harness dismissed his British girls work their way to gentleschool this week to save his fuel. the United States by shoveling high type of a Christian man. Elizabethtown News. A series of meeting will begin coal on steamships. at the church here Sunday, conVisiting Congressman declared The colors of the 84th Division ducted by Rev. Willie Rowe, of will be presented to the State of that Camp Knox should be comMetcalfe, Co., pleted and $2,000,000 is necesRev. Jaggers, of Sparksville Kentucky through Gov. Black. sary for that purpose. 8 PHONESr Columbia, 123 j Campbellsville, ) W. E. NOE. On Way to Trap Fox. Old trappers knows that the fox will nearly always show 7fc marked interest in anything that looks like the remains of a camp-fir- e. Usually, too, he will dig 7K 1 15 YOUR LIFE INSURED? If Certainteed liiiTTTTr iiiirnrffnfllMwnfinnrirTiWrf I Certain-tee- d Certain-tee- d renders war service. r a 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 saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required-any- one who will follow the simple directions that comt packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee' Xt) as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof d & factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc CffJ" filsilslilUi Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d PSllll Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Office & Worehotues in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d around in the ashes, doubtless entertaining the belief that some thing in the way of food has been left there by his enemy man. Therefore, when out trapping fox it is a goocj plan to make a bed of ashes. On this bed of ashes place scraps of meat, being careful not to touch, the meat with the bare hands, for that would give it the human scent and scare away the quarry. Bait the ash, bed three or four times, allowing the foxes to vis it it unharmed. Then set your trap, carefully covering it with the loose ashes. Next burn a little grass over the place where the trap is set to make the place look natural. Stake the trap securely or else haev a good clog on the end of your chain. Then put fresh bait near it, using leather gloves in this, as well as in previous operations. The fox, satisfied by reasons of previous visits that the ash bed is a fine source of supply, and a safe one too, will be almost sure to spring the trap. Another good place to make a fox set is on logs or saplings bridge streams, one trap at each end. Then if the first one fails to catch him you still have a chance with the second. In all operations for fox, be careful that you do not let the human scent get either on traps, food baits, or scents. voted a debt of $15,000,000 for a new school ' building. Harrodsburg 3K Mi IN NotWhyNot"INSURE With the COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE We sell the best'for the least money. I See X G. T. STUliTS, Kgerpt, nm timria., vv. WVllUtllUU i. phomp 9i.r W1 Ti 8&S$B8K$S& )KSI SALE I wii PUBLIC On Thursday, October 23, 1919, sell to the highest and best bidder, on my farm, on Green River, 2 miles north of Purdy, and 2 miles east of Absher, the following : 10 head of good mare mules, coming Z and 3 year olds, well mated. Jennets, black with, white points. One of these jennets has an extra good sorrel jack, colt, with white joints, two months old. 2 good well bred , Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good 1 One extra good yearling jack, blacfc S. M. SANDERS & CO. r. OAMRB'ELLSTILLE,. ENTUOKY. Patti, the greatest opera singer the world has ever known, is dead at her castle in Wales. The men in the Bethlehem steel bria struck with 35f,0$6 men leaving their jobB. with white points. 3 good milch cows, . : . some good 1 years old, and and' 2 year old heifers. 7 ,v C?iz AND L. M. SANDERS. t v4 TBE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .,- - v . i Papeferies 1 M FMWAffiMFMMFtFMmMWMM MMMWFa mmmmmmimm&MB K' j- - A H m m M rRii 11 LLLLLLB0SSBBBBaBBBaaBBBBflBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV if To .make your sweetheart If you want tea 31 fond of your letters you must write to her on the BEST STATIONERY. to give your Sister, Brother, Mother, or Friend a Box of stationery give tnem tne Dest. fc f. have just received a nice line of the best Linen Stationery consisting of Also a nice line of m Correspondence Cards, Regret and Invitation Cards. School Supplies. i bb t m TPIfaaaBaaaimifryPHfm i ' Li Lis --- lVfUlvvI --- cJCYYClCI Columbia, S ESPECIALLY Kentucky. joy the food, whereas before, I didn't enjoy any of my meals and consequently didn't get much good out of them. My bowels are acting regularly now, ! too. 1 can recommend Trutona more highly than any other medicine I've ever taken and I'm glad to do so.," Thousands of weakened and rundown men and women have found unhoped for relief through Trutona. Going straight to the seat of the trouble; Trutona quickly rebuilds worn-ou- t tissues, creates a normal action of the stomach, liver, and bowels and gives to the patient the for strength of days gone by. As a body invigorant and system purifier is peerless. Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Columbia at Faull Drug Co Adv. long-sought EFFICIENT 1WL WAY, HE THINKS iffttts Lauds Trutona As Combat X A Car of Beauty. Graceful Stream Hness -- m m m V sat '' 4 of ' Tired, Draggy, down (Pealing. Ron- - sa P.JrfASMLj 6g3 ?SI3c" - Xiouisville, Ky., Sept. 14 "Trutona di-;8- st Siis pub my stomach in shape to the food I eat and I think it is wonderful medicine the kind a as.au needs when he has that tired, draggy run down feelinsj," G. A. Butts, 1413 East Washington street, Louisville, said recently. a. com-jam- ruiya AT A MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Persons who do not want to invest a fortune in a car, but who do want something REAL NICE. Smooth and easy riding that will pull any hill m m m m Mlf w coafAm rrnnaMllTr roc In n wroolr. Tobacco Land Tor Sale. .continued. For the past thirty-fiv- e 260 acres of good Burley tobacco jrears I have worked in the foundry land for Sale. It is 9 miles from e of the American Elevator and Co., and I'd get so hot at my Campbellsville, in Taylor county. It work that my system just naturally will be sold iDjlots of 50 acres or more. Address r became run down. Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, Ma-'hin- 3ned and run down condition," he that has a road up it. We have a few Gars Now in Stock. "Realizing that I needed a good ton 44-Campbellsville, Ky. ic that would build me up again and Tell your neighbor that Gov. Black give me strength, 1 began using Trutona. I'm able to eat anything I want will speak in Columbia Wednesday, gfaoe taking frutooaand 1 really en- - October 22. tf We keep a Full Line of Parts at all m Times t . MULES WANTED ? Our Mr. Henry Alfsheler i WOODSON GREENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. ffl mmMMmMmmmmmMMMMmmmMmmmmmMmmmmmmiMWMmm WILL BE IN Columbia, Ky. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, AND SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most High Grade Tobacco Farms Limestone Farms that grow tho highest tcaal-lt- y of tobacco on Stone Pikes, within 10 miles of LoolsrOIe at prices ranginr from (75.00 to $10X0 per acre. This land grows from 1S0O to 2500 pounds of Light Burley tobacco to the acre. Our IiOuisriUe market. During' the past year FOR SALE important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at tonce. For use on man or beast, BORZONE is the: IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and AGENT. Buy it now HEALING and be ready for an emergency. Sold Adv. by Paull Drug Co. crops invariably bring the highest prices on the sold practically a million dollars worth of farm property to Kcntackians and no sale was erer made by us where the purchaser sold at a loss or even for the price paid. Come to Jeffersonville'andlet us show you what we have. You will be under no obligations. n hare Fertilizer Man! We have a very attractive fertilizer proposition for one or two dealers in your coun- .jty. If you use or sell fertilizer and want to con- fnect with a modern concern, write ATTENTION:--1 THE PRICE CHEMICAL CO,, Louisville, Ky, Voight Insuraice & Realty Co. Campbellsville, Kentucky, Jeff ersoraville. Ind. Voight Phone IS Fairbanks-Mors- e Bids. "Z" Engine with Bosch Magneto Thurs. Oct.23rd 3- -' Haye you seen VVoodson Lew. You can'b go wrong if you only say is stock of Fall and Winter MAVIS Talcum, Face Powder and goods? It would pay you to Toilet Water. come to Greensburg and take a Noveltyhop on tho corner. look. 50-2b 8 JBSB5 IflBflk 1 BSBmKMl ar BrSwjSi o t ; To buy sound mules, 12 to 16 hands, high, 3. to 7 years old. JFat,, WE INSURE : -- We. will jt not buy thin, unsound mules. TOBACCO 5 $ C nrf lf oupreme i 4KmllV. IN FARM BARNS 0 Farm Engine nr1r& famous 1l J "Z" Engine ten- A. I Cowherd & Altsheler Rpttpr w pp ww v ..Mv... G. R. REED, I Kpfnrp It .. Hnnpnc - I and the Bosch high HOPKINSVILLE, KT. Columbia, If -- - - Keutucky.' sion, oscmaang magnero combine to make the one SUPREME farm engine. 5 CaU on us and see the! "result of this newest combinatin FAIRBANKS-MORS- E "Z" WITH BOSCH MAGNETO. 5 We we substan. tially assisted in delivering maximum engine serWce b$ a nearhpBosch H. P., $75.0rr3 H. P w$xxrz Service Station. 5 Prices 1 all R.O. B. Factocy. 6 H. P.t7$wo J. F. PATTESON, Aent. Columbia, Ky.