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T. Waters, aged 80 years, saved The following clippingj concerning near Picnic, Adah county, der, of the Columbia District, and his folding his homei - Col. Monday week by knowing in its beautV, Jems whisperWm. F. the army service ofBy all odd, the meeting of Russell his life last on Wednesday night the loth, of wife, are now located on Garnett ed to this precious childto come unto the Creek Association, held with Pleasant how to swim. He, in company with Stewart, Jr., was taken from would have been 71 Avenue. Rev. Wade is a native of him. boy 16 year old, at- October. He She had $ suffered enough. Louisville Times: Ridge Church, Green county, last Verne PhilliDS, a years pie had lie lived until Nov. 12. Russell county, and la a minister who Eunice May was born tempted to cross Green river, at entered into eternal rest .. 'Col. Wm. F. Stewart, Jr., week was a;'record breaker. At the He leaves a wife and eight children, stands high in the Louisville Conat the hour of 11 o'clock pji 'Monday Presidio, San Francisco, Col. very outset the body dispensed with Page's Ford. They were in a buggy' in the Roy, and Azro, teachers, ference. He was partly educated in night October, 6th, 1919,' at the aga Stewart was graduated from the high the reading of the letters, which has and did not know that the river had being two of Columbia, and was licensed to preach of 10 years 11 the number. months,6 days. The deschool in Atlanta, Ga , and the Uni- always been a' tiresome, and .tedious swollen and could not be forded '.' while here.. He is a very entertain- ceased .'Obituary will appear later. fn child was a daughter of Mr. They were washed down stream a versity .qf Virginia before enlisting task, by appointing a committee to diing speaker, zealous in his work, and and Mrs. Herbert McLean, and their army in 1898. His advancement gest them and report back at some fu- considerable distance, and finally the Basket Bali. hs pleasant manner in conversation only child. She had been;todeclin ' 1917, jumped into the stream was rapid until December 6, ture hour. The rules were then sus Waters will evidently soon win him many Ing healch for several months, and swam to shore and Phillips was made Colonel of the pended and one ballot was cast re- and when he Friday and friends. His wife is an elegant lady Two double headers next Up to physician had exhausted their sklH Coast Artillery, National Army, and electing the old officers to preside at and the horse were drowned. Saturday night's at the High School and a true helpmate to her husband. and knowledge to restore her, but took the 61st Regiment to France. this session. Reports were all read, Tuesday afternoon Phillips body had Gym. The game will be called as We are glad to have them in our He commanded this regiment until and discussed under one general head. not been recovered. Friday night, Brodhead vs midst, trusting that Rev. Wade will their efforts were unavailing and the disease failed to yield, although tendwas signed and The Introductory sarmon was preach after the armistice spirit of the meeting surpassed any- C. H. S. Mt. Vernon High School vs receive many into the Church during er in year3. Eunice May was a was detached when the organization ed by L. C. Kelly, pastor of the dutiful Elder of Colum and thing he had seen in the entire State. Columbia Athletic Club. Saturday his reign industrious child. in was returned to the United States, church. The doctrinal SerColumbia bia District, Brodhead vs was a fine start in the race for the niglj&, flowers aad fancy work, and all December, 1918. After that be serv- mon by Rev W. W. Horner, of Greens-bur- It the" Mt. Vernon Athletic Club. victory to end Dec seventh The Aslittle arrangements, decorations fa in ed temporarily at several stations More About Pikes. Rev. J. W. Beagle, one of the surely beginning to girt 6 H. S. Both visiting clubs have and about the home showed touches, Frace, until summoned in February State evangelists spoke in behalf of sociation isvictory. fait players. herself for last to command the trains of the 1st the Baptist, 875,000,000 campaign. Would it not be a good , idea for the of her handiwork, and these small reV. Dudley, County organizer for J. Division." people of Adair county to get to- membrances will ever be vivid there, The whole afternoon of the first day Mens, Ladies and chiidrens rain to behold by hersorrowing father and the Farmers' Union, and A. O. Young gether, and see Wm. was taken up with the campaign. Col. Stewart Is a son of Col. what can be done toIt coats at a bargain prices at. will speak in the interest of the orE. Stewart, Sr , who at present re- was one of the great hours in the hisward building a pike from here to mother. Sinclairs. ganization at Montgomery's school-housThe funeral service which was held sides in Washington, D. C, and he tory of the Association when the repCreelsboro? and it would not be a mad Saturday night. near Bliss, next Our Frankfort contributor, of local himself has been in the service of his resentatives of the churches agreed to idea to figure on one from Columbia at the Methodist church Tuesday Let the farmers and their wives turn to country since he reached his majority. try to raise the amounts asked them history is hereby notified that we will Russell Springs. If we get these afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, was beautiof Col. Wm Stew- by the Executive Board. Campbells-vili- finish his manuscript cow in the office out. The grandfather roads it will take something more ful and touching. Ten or twelve girls, art, Gen Joseph Stewart, was a agreed to raise , $50 000; Greens-burg- , next week. His writings are proviDg Big Auction Sale, Jersey Heifers. than talk. Furthermore, if the little friends of the deceased child, Stewart, of Co- of great interest to Adair county citihrother of Miss Sallie ?20.000; Columbia, $10,000; Mt. money can be raised and these roads followed her remains down the aisle, ' lumbia. He graduated from West Gilead, 83,000; Friendship, $5,000; zens, and many who at one time lived built, it will make this town one of arid carried the flowers that covered young man, and Zion, $5,000, Milltown, $3,000; East here, now located in the Western I will sell at Russell Springs, the liveliest business places in all this the snow white casket. The Rev. R.V. Point when quite a was a distlnjguished soldier from the Fork, $5,000; Society Hill, $1,500; States Ky., on Saturday, Oct '25 , twenty part of Kentucky, and every acre of Bennet said the funeral service, his comforting words will long be remem he Greasy Creek and Pierce, $5,000 each; time he left West Point, until five extra nice Jersey heife rs, all ground in Adair county will be great For Sale. bered and cherished by the bereft; died, some fifteen or eighteen years Pleasant VUlev, $7,500. (The entire bred to a nice high class register- ly enhanced. Let some man take ones. The thought of meeting was he that he amounts of all the churches in the Asago. So proficient their the lead. ed bull. loved one with the angels Is an In was rapidly promoted until he was sociation will be given in next issue I have two good Jersey milch Judge G. T .Herriford auctioneer Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Picket, who spiration. The services were conclu- d'commissioned a General. During the of this paper.) cows for sale. Two and three have been living in Campbellsville, ed at the grave, and thb'imound wasr.. latter years of his life he occasionally A committe was appointed to go to J. B. Barbee. years old. for three or four months, have return- carpeted over with thosejtokens which visited his sisters in this place, and is Georgetown in November and request Columbia, Ky., Joe Barbee. May loved so ;Jwell in ed to Columbia, and are occupying Eunice byisome of the older resremembered the State Association to give Russell rooms in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth life beautiful flowers. idents of this town. It seemed nat- Creeeic Academy not less than $200,-00- 0 H, Gordon Bennett, who is an active New line of Coats and Suits at Collins, on Greensburg street. male members of this Father and mother let your lives ural for the Sinclairs as its part of the amount allotted evaogelistin the Christian Church be here be, so that when you pass Stewart family to enter. the army, to the Bbptist schools of the State Messrs. R. D. and T. A. Judd, and gan a revival meetinp last Fillers. and, possessing over, your precious child will be waitand, being ambitious, the former's wife and baby,, of Jellico, The constitution was so changed as Sunday at this place and. will ing and watching on the other shore' superior educations, tfejNvyere rapidly Tenn., arrived last Saturday, on a to create an Executive Board to be continue two weeks. Every body is promoted untu ineyrascneu iue top. composed In the Baptist schools of the South short visit. Sunday forenoon the to welcome you to that home over of one member from each invited to attend jand enjoy the seryear more than 6,000. students Messrs. Judd spoke at the Baptist there. ohurch in the Association, instead of vices. We give a.special invitation to last PublifJe; Feed- voluntary courses in the study of church in the interest of the 875,000,- five men from the entire Association all the singers of the town to assist In took nearly 4,000 000 drive. the Bible and missions; These gentlemen as following mem- the singing. are Valuable Home for Sale. I will sell on Saturday.Nov 8,1919,t 3 berheretofore. The Gilead, R. G. attended students prayer meetings sons. of Mr. J. H. Judd, of this place. were elected: Mt. A cottage for rent, near Graded regularly; while ministerial the highest and best bidder, the whole students They stand high as moral, upright Elmore; Zion, MelvinConover; Friend- school. "pf my property, consisting of my pastoring churches raised 580 090 for citizens, and We offer the brick residence conhave been zealous in ship, W. N. McCubbin: Campbells-ville- , 52.2t. J. H. Judd. household and.k'itcfrenfurniture, and church benevolences and led 10.000 Church work from L. C; Kelly; Greensburg, W. W. their youth up. taining 8 rooms, and known as the Columbia, Ky., wagon, 1 farming tools, soula to ChristThe local church here is to raise ten property of Mrs. Kate Smith. It; f Horner; Columbia, B. F. Chewning; binder, 1 disc harrow, ilA harrow, 1 Very interesting game of basketball thousands dollars, and the members located onJBurkcsville street, just ha East Fork, Curt Bell, Macedonia, S. Big Marion County Sale. cultivator, 1 corn drill, turning plows, present were told by the speakers how low the Bank of Columbia. Splendid H Chaudoin: Palistine, B. F. Caffey; was played at the High School Gym double slipveis. 1 lay off. plow, mowing last Friday night, between the Russell easily the money could be secured. water on the place.For, further parMilltown, R. L, Caldwell; Trammels "Machine, and other articles too ;Attend the Sale Crawford Bros. 7 Their speeches were well received, acd ticulars see Creek, H. A. Curry; Greasy Creek, E. Springs Club and Columbia Athletic to mention. 1 double set drivand ;,Woods for High-Clas- s Short Horn W. H. Gillor Club. The gym was' packed with H. Henderson; Red Lick, J. T. Engwil evidently have a good effect. Craw-for- d ing harness, 1 set wagon harness, 1 N. M. Tiitt. ! spectators, and many fans, represent- Cattle. Sale will be held on the land, Society Hill, L. D. Garman; " miles north of Lebanon farm, man's suddle, all sorts of plow harMr. M E. Traylor, of this place, has ing both cluba were in evidence. The EOtf bbl. of Pieasant Valley, T. H. Skaggs; Big on the.. Springfield pike, on Thursday, purchased 81 acres of land lying one ness, log chains About 100 , Creek, John Yates; Pleasant Ridge, game was called at 7:30 by C. T. Stults-Miss Mollie Caldwell sold her faro, d corn, to be sold in lots, also my hay mile from West Point, Miss , and will lying on manager of the Athletic Club, and Oct. 30, 1919, 55 Head of W. H. Graham; Salem, W. W. SanRussell's creek, near Portland utility, Short Horns, 33 cows and remove to It between now and Christyerop. two milch cows giving plenty of ders, Charity, S. L. Fisher; Elk Horn, the playing was swif r, from the start. this county, to Kissler Bros., of Green, heifers, 2 bulls aod 10 calve3.. Scotch mas. He paid 8110 per acre. Mr. mil a, two combined geiding, 1 Mont Burton; Russell Creek, B. T. The score stood at the ending 34 to county, for S12,000.BThe trade was topped young Marys and Rose of Traylor is one of our best citizens and old good working mare in foal. This closed last week, and Miss CaldwelF Judd; Sulphur Spriugs, B. H. Hub- 20 in favor of the home club. Be Sharons. We especially call your atsale will be held at my home 4 miles we regret to have to part with him Henry Wilson; sure and see this week's games. bard; Price's Creek, will give possession the first of tention to the fact that they are south of Columbia, 1 miles west of Cane Valley, S. L. Banks; Gradyville, January. This faim contains 200 Thirteen days from the date of this Siray Mare. mostly young females, all of good Gadberry, on Petits Fork craek. Sale Ed Baker; Harrods Fork, N. R. paper until the November election. acres and is very .fine corn piodacing breeding and good quality. The kind S rwtlibegln at 9 o'clock a. m. Terms well-know- Russell Creek Association Has Record-Breakin- g Session. Drowned in Green River. Mr. Ed. Hadiey Dead. In Memory of Eunice May Mcleaa n fol-fbw- s: Camp-bellsvill- e g. e, e -- . - ' uu-mero- . well-bre- have at my place one Bay that is sure to make money. These Boys, you must hustle. The full land. mare. Owner can have same by catple have all been tested, Oct. 20, Democratic vote of Adair county Read L. E. Young's ad in this paperT 1918, and May, 1918, for tuberculosis calling at my place flRKia. must be gotten out. You only have rimorejwsehGrove, J. T. Underby the Federal Bureau of Animal In- thirteen days in which to do H. R. Karnes the work. Joseqh E. Burton aged 22, andvMie, a, The Adair county Corporation wood; Pink Ridge, ''Walter Hubbard; dustry and have a clean bill of health. Absher. Ky., Charity Burton, aged 19, wefit meeting will convene at Gilead church "New Salem, A. B. Mayes; Lone ValWe will .also' sell 25 Angora Goats and Tobacco Land for Sale. last week aod were next Friday night and continue' over ley, J. W. Davis; Leather wood, Roy Dr. W. J. Flowers and Mr T. E. 1,000 Bales of'fine Timothy Hay. Sale Saoday. W. G. Montgomery will de- Walker. The District Board report- Waggener were ordained Elders in 260 acres of good Burley tobacco begins- at 0. a.- - m. Lunch served. 'tyaddress on Friday night also ed that during the year they had em in the Presbyterian Church last land for Sale. It is 9 miles from liver the For catalogue address Crawford Bros., . PublicSale. Campbellsville, In Taylor county.. It one on Saturday night. H.Gordon Ben- ployed Rev. J. S. Ray, who had teen Wednesday night. At the same meet Lebauon, Ky. .will be sold injlots of 50 acres or more. nett, A. Baugh will speak on Saturday on the field for five mouths and was ing Mr. Horace Watker'and Mr. Doc tCapt. Tom Simms, Auctioneer. Address On Saturday, .Oct, 25th I will offer and Lin Cartwright no Sunday. We surpassing all expectation in his work. Walker were ordained D icons CRAWFORD BBOS. & WOODS. Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, for sale at the residence known as the Fifty dollars was 'added to his salary. hope to have a great convention. " f . Campbellsville, Ky. Henry Hart property on pBomar For Sale. It was unanimously voted to put A missionary to China, who is at We have just been to market and heights Columbia, Ky., The followhome on a furlough, and who is alMugriB another lot of bargains, for ttie Russell Creek Baptist in every Mr. Garnett-Gravespent last Fri- ing: All my household and kitcbes. Btp iso home iu the Association from About 90 acres, mostly in grass, ,one ready giving a'rfourth of her income day in Columbia, our customers. Come and get them". making prepara- furniture, including one good plane, now till January next. This was half mile from town limits, and in the to Christian work, lias announced E. L. Sinclair & Co. her tions for the lot sale which will take one old fashioned sideboard, one horn none for i he purpose of enlightening Graded School district, 860 per acre. intention to add $250. to the 75 Million place next Saturday, beginlog at 10. comfort range, also, two buggies, harJames N. Murroli sold Walker the people on the big drive. J. F. Patteson. Campaign. a- - m.. ness, farm wagon and other faraisg 52 2t. Cravens, a few days ago, 40 acres of Five per cent, of the Seventy-Fiv- e Columbia, Ky., implements, two work mules, one foar Public peaking. . liod,ling near Craycraft, for 3700 million is to be raised by the women The high, waters, last ' week, year old horse, two milch cows, oo. D. E. Phelps shipped a car load of Trite does not include the merchant-abl-e or i!ie South. This means that Rusdamaged corn, in the bottoss, some sow and' four shoats. Sale to begin at Hou. Frank Dauherty, Democratic farmers on the river losing heavily, timber on la Mr; Murrell sold sell Creek Women are asked to raise hogs and cattle to the Louisville mar10'oclock.' another party. five per cent, of what is asked of the ket last Friday. He paid from 10 to nominee for Attorney General will ad- thtt'to rid ' Lucian Hurt auctioneer. 12 cents for the hogs and 5 to 9 for the dress the voters of Casey county iu For all kind3 of Clocks, See Association. , Jas. Nick.Ceaover: ' L. E. Young. Why suould you slumber when one the interest of the Democratic State The Association voted to po tn Rn cattle. of.L. E. Young' 1 Alarm clocks will jciety Hill in Metcalfe County next Ticket at Liberty, Ky., Monday, Oct. We learn that Hutchison & PatteFor Sale. Hands are now at work, laying off wake yu Monday, 27tb, 1919, ClemeHtsvllle, year, and Rev. T. S. Curry is to son will not be able to erect their Oct. 27, 1919, at 8:00. p. m. Every- lots and making streets in that part of Bailey, who lives on Casey preach the Introductory sermon. The business house this fall, as they .have-raad-e W. My farm is for sale. body invited to attend both, of these the Tutt addition recently sold to the messengers were unanimous in saying id portion of his farm, a diligent effects to seeura briek. Crack, 'Henry' Reality Com pany. As soon as ' R..F. Rowe. speakings. . . layers, Hading (them with, asere waric "i o, to J. F. Chelf, for;$l,- - that it was the busiest, biggest and ftwr tay. the plat has b&a.putin proper shape best Aseoci&tionln'tne entire history can eeaateta etweea" aew aMv-.- traaefer has been made, i2?he body oi Verne Phillip, who-wa"fote" will be sold te the . highest they There Is noieb4ip. iknbuylag! v of Xhe body. Speeehea were all to the Chriettoafc. Br!y I Ma saar:We selling faraw.;,:They cbasge hasda downed in Green river, IastTHooiiey; bWr. IText Saturday wjl.b tiie JS.-- ' LtCl t, ne tliMiWM .killed. i;cs, Wyaadetta reenters forsale j point week, hagrbeenfouad.' A. Beagle, said taat the every week. J. W. See Count Stults. tnade known on day of sale. J. S. Breeding Auctioneer. William O Johnson. Roach: Liberty; Sanford Miner; Bethlehem, W. E Hood; Good Hope, Luther Frank Lar-Mitchillf-Summersvill- e, I Per-che- on - - 44-t- s . , . - . . . tk. ' - t " ;& s "i .! - ad i t4 - Evan-Igftj'te- - - i' . . v v ri ... . "N lo-jzTj- wn ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rraoont-- and pncracrpri in the TJlir- I CIOTES ON ADAIR . - A.klEA AAbM Bh-- M fc m AA Aflb 0B Lk La AJ &ttkA fe suit. Upon the arrival of Stigall, at the place, where Harpe COUNT. : was lvinir UDon the ground, he i at once undertook to shoot Harpe SS"70HN avroe1- ee through the head to finish him, 7V w but Harpe, by continuously mov No.1371 ing his head backward and for ward and sidewise, prevented THE HARPES. Tieeper was one of those, who him. Stigall then placed the fired upon Smith and the muzzle of his rifle against the f5& ' 53iees, near the Harpes' camp, heart of the desperado and upon its discharge, he died instantly. aa& the ram rod of his gun The pleadings of Harpe, that his gotten wet, he could not He cairl to Tompkins that life be spared, presents a singu&xusLeeper's) horse was already lar phase of such a nature. Here was a human monster, who j fuMms, and that unless could overtake Harpe, had been utterly indifferent to shxL Harpe would escape, but, the lives of others; whose pracsfea if Tompkins would exchange tise and creed had been to show iitacsss and guns with him that no mercy to a fellow being; who Si.5 Tsrould undertake to out ride was preparing to murder his I fcEirge and to bring him down. own infant children, but an hour before, and was only prevented TTwsagkins consented to the angl Leeper armed with from doing so, by the timely arTosckin's rifle and mounted o rival of the avengers; now, when a fete horse passed at a furious presented with the same fate, 53T4tt across the creek and through which he had meted out to so ztie. thick woods and bottom, many others, becomes possessed A feea he gained an open country with the fear of death and with 7sacame in sight of Harpe. He hope ' enough of humanity to who do who do want to a fortune in a car, yss ?ery soon within thirty think it worth while to beseech ; yasSs of him. Harpe warned mercy of men of a society, which will pull any hill something REAL NICE. Smooth and easy ihiEi, that, if he did not stand off he had cruelly and unmercifully &rt&e would kill him. Leeper wronged. in Stock. has a road up it. We have a few Cars Stigall removed the head of 5reptied. "One of us muBt die sand the hardest fend off." Leep Harpe from his body and as a sr put his mount to full speed memorial of their abhorrence sand ZQt within ten steps of and detestation of the career 4Harpe, when he sprang to the and crimes of the man and proband immediately took ably, also, of their vengeance 7aunand fired. Harpe instantly upon him, Leeper and his asso-wheeled his gray mare around ciates fixed the head upod a pole, saod leveled his rifle upon Leeper, which they erected at the interS&ct it snapped and failed to fire. section of the highways, which tSs. then wheeled the mare, connected Henderson, Hopkins-villand Morganfield. The skull sdrapped his rifle and again went rearward with all speed. Leeper and jaw bone remained for many a?2 mounted and followed, and years upon the pole, presenting when he came near, again, a ghastly sight to the passersby, $ET2rge threatened to use a pistol The place of the erection of the C2PGQ him, but in a moment, he pole was at that time a wild and wceaead to urge the mare forward lonely place and has since borne i.nd grasped the pommel of his the name of Harpe's Head. It ssaddle to save himself from fall-do- g is about twenty miles from Hento the ground. Leeper then derson. Thus ended the career dashed up to him and jerked of the greatest villian who ever Sum. to the ground. The chase figured in the history of Keniitad stretched over a distance of tucky, and well worthy of a tZ&l miles from the Harpes' camp. place in the same gallery with Sfc is (related that Big Harpe the most unscrupulous and uncrossed Pond river in his flight conscionable villians of any age afca place called Free Henry or country. To Be Continued. STord, and was finally killed in 3oMenberg county, near Harpe's When your food does not digest we ty Farmers "Just Before They sistant Attorney General, and .Sift. An oak tree, which stood and you feel ''blue," tired and dis- were Pardoned by President EDWIN P. MORROW, United couraged, you should use a little States Attorney, on the brief,) WE ARE FISHING FOR FAVORS oil the bank of the Boat . Yard at bedtime. It opens the bow- Taft? for the United States. while United creek-on Did Morrow, the road leading from els, purifies the system and restores a "Will Mr. Morrow deny that fine feeling of health and energy. States District Attorney, Prose'Harpe's Hill to Free Henry Ford, Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv WITH this is a correct record of the AS BAIT cute the Tobacco Trust or any tradition says, to have been the of .United States Circuit Court scene of the death of Big Harpe. Morrow's Denial Refuted by khea. Other Trust? Appeals? If this is a true recHarpe begged Leeper' to spare WHAT MR. RHEA SAYS: ord, then Mr. Morrow did prosfiiis life, to protect him and to Federal Reporter, Official Pubtement follows: ecute Mr. Steers and the other Mr. Rhea's sta risks Ihim to the courts for a trial. lication of Court, shows RepubWe have resolved to make our service so "Mr. Morrow, in his speech in farmers under the Sherman jXcsefjer assured him that he had lican Candidate was in lamous Winchester, called in question necessary to every owner of a car that whenlaw. OMtSang further to fear from Grant County Prosecution of Congressthe statement made by "Mr. Morrow, tell the people ever you need any kind of Farmers. t'him. but, that Stigall was man Cantrill and myself, when of Kentucky whether or not, Louisville, Ky. Oct. and that he feared we charged that he prosecuted while you were United States S Rhea, State Chairman of thct "Stigall could not be five farmers and tobacco growers District Attorney, you wrote a Harpe anDarentlv was the Democratic Campaign Com- Sherman anti-truYou will just naturally think of us first. We letter protesting against the parmitttee, has issued a statement under the jrzsoetiy perturbed, at the inforsays that if we don of these Grant county farlaw. Andlhe want you to think of our service as the ms aticn, that Stigall was near at supporting his charge that Edhad investigated we would have mers a short time before they fhand. Tompkins, Stigall and win P. Morrow, Republican can- known the facts. were pardoned by President ithe others came up one by one didate for Governor, prosecuted "I have made an investigation, Taft? gsk accordance with the fleetness the cases against five tobacco "Mr. Morrow, did you, while and find on page 1, Volume 192, fee steeds upon which they growers of Grant county who Federal Reporter, that on De- United States District Attorney, rode. Two rifle bullets had pen were charged with violating the 1911, the case of the prosecute the Tobacco Trust, or law by com- cember 5, etrated the back of Harpe and Sherman anti-truUnited States against John S. any other trust? edeied near. the breast bone. bining to secure better prices for Steers and other farmers, was ''And why didn't you, proseTo accomplish this we STICK to the JOB Tb Leeper fired one of these the tobacco they raised. affirmed in the United States cute the trust which was preuntil it is done RrGHT. Qivsus FIRST TRIAL. .3hota seems to be certain, but Morrow, in a speech at WinCircuit Court of Appeals, and venting the farmers of this We'll Get Ths Rest. arhich of the pursuers fired the chester, Wednesday night, dethis record shows, that the fol- State from obtaining a fair price oatirer has never been known. nied that he was in these cases. participated in for their tobacco?" Mr. Khea quotes the Federal lowing attorneys uGri. Daniel Trabue's chronicle the trial of this case: that Col. William Christian Reporter on him. W. W. Dickerson (Clore, Have you seen Woodson Lew. one of the shots which Mr. Rhea also calls on Morrow Myers is stock of Fall and Winter Clayton, and HORD Harpe, but, as to tkis, to answer two questions. These and Howard, on the brief), for HUTCHISON, goods? It would pay you to &atber account of it has ever are: plaintiff in error; E. P. Grpaven-o- r, come tokewskurg. and take a Comer Main and Depot Streets. Formerly Gowdy's Stable. yMclttded the same of Christian, Attorney Did Morrow PretMt Against special Assistant Campbellsville, Kentucky. took. thote, wa wri the Pardon f Unm Graat Coun GtDtfal (Jamas A. Fowls,.. As- f M JRWIiRifll1 - m K -- hav--'ztLn- g: re-Alo- tti. Tomp-&k55iGr- se A Car of Beauty. Graceful Stream iness -- X, m m m m m m up-"j- jip -- m MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL want but Persons not invest riding that Fow that AT -- We keep a Full Line of Parts at all Si e Times -- WOODSON LEWIS m -- GR-EENSBUR- G, KENTUCKY. siiiiMiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiii SERVICE HER-BIN- E -- -- -- anti-t- rust ing 13.-Tho- m-as CAR REPAIRS st V "SATISFACTORY I SERVICE" st Dick-eraona- nd The "SERVICE" Garage 4 Proprietors, -- LL ' t 4- - -- . 'X . "XP" V" fc ..' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Yates, of Bowling Green, accompanied by his brother, Burton, of Columbia, visited HER their old Uncle Charlie and their cousin Ella, of our city, last Saturday. They certainly were Six Tears Ago, Thinldig She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But N TlITi 5? glad to see them. . Uncle Char She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardni For lie, while he is in his old age Her Recovery. days is his memory of the better. That was six yean Hk good, and he gets around fine Royse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary of this place, Bays; "Alter the and I am still here and am a wH for a man of his age. strong woman, and I owe my life ti birth of my little girl... my side comDr, S. Simmons and family, Cardul. I had only taken half Ck9 menced to hurt me. I had to go hack living in our bottle when I began to feel bettac; who have been to bed. We called the doctor. He The misery In my side got less... I town for the past ten or twetve tv. treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking the CarM years and some of our best peop)t iroree and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I ple, will leave us next Wednesto was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was w0 day for their new home in and never felt better In my life... 1 three months and suffered such agony Greensburg. It is universally have never had any trouble from thai up In a knot. . . that I was just drawn known that Dr. Simmons is one day to this." get I told my husband If he would Do you suffer from headache, baek of the leading physicians of the me a bottle of Cardul I would try It. . . ache, pains In sides, or other discomcounty and enjoyed all the pracyou tmt tice here that he could do. While I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do If , this is the case with him, his evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outgive Cardul, the woman's tonic, a me... for I knew I could not last good family was just as popular many days unless I had a change for trial. J. 71 as he. We regret to give these good people up from our town A Novel Announcement. attended county court at Colum and community, but our loss is bia the first Monday. some other people's' gain. We At one of the Baptist churches on L. B. Cain received several commend them most heartily to Sunday morning the paste was stopnice cattle at this place, this the people of Greensburg. ped just before he announced his text and a man rose to his feet and said, week, at 8c per lb. First Sgt. John T. Winters and W. L. Walker & Son, the mer- sgt. "Brethren and sistsrs, don't forget Kobert JbJ. sweat spent a the Baptist 75 Million Campaign," and chants of Nell, passed through few days with Richard Franklin, took his seat. our place Monday en route for of our place, the first of the The next Sunday another rose with Columbia. week. a similar announcement and so on 1H Mr. and Mrs. George T. Floweach Sunday until people went to hear Phone No. 12. the announcement and strangers ask- ers came in from Red Lick the ed, "What is that campaign anyway?" last of the week, aDd will reWhat will we expect next? The 75 main in our city a few days with Million Dollar Campaign has caused their relatives and friends. the Baptist people to start things to i Mr. and Mrs. James Hoy and moving. v son returned from the Lone Star State the first of the week. B5 t IHH A.O bultry Remedy We are glad to note that B. B. tx ft k Next Door to The Adair County New Office. W Yoa can the 12 " v Janes and family have decided make y m gallons of k best J f poultry tonic known , to our farm I with a 60c bottle nf f OTITC Btcrfcoa Pwbrj Remefr ''",,- to move We their pleased near have "vsM inures ana prevent Capes, lim- town. ' to are 'sBMBB DcrnecK, cnoiera, roup and other destructive poultry this good family of people in our diseases. AtdruCUtSOrby mail postpaid. industrious and if he is blessed midst. EesrUa Roielr Co, Ininslon. Ej. with health will make good Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store Mr. J. A. Wheeler, of Sparks-vill- e any where. a section, President of the News has just reached us that Statement of The Adair County v. K"ews, published weekly at Columbia, uraayvine state nana, was in G. L. Blair, who lives near Cray Ky., for Oct., 1, 1919. craft, had sold his property to our midst last Thursday. State of Kentucky, ) Shoulders Mr. Dudley Hayes. Mr. Blair is County of Adaii: Mr. Pod Wheeler and family, thinking of locating in Indiana All Baking Before me, a Notary Public, in and who have been living in our comThey are splendid people. Mr. for the State and county aforesaid, Cares and Mrs. Blair are ever ready to personally appeared Mrs. Daisy Ham-let- munity for the past two years, When CALUMET wait upon the sick and to ministwho, havingbeenduly sold all of their possessions in comes in, an DaKing sworn according to law, deer to any one in need, They will troubles take quick this section and started at once poses and says that she is the publishsurely be missed. -leave. You eo right U er of the Adair County Xews and for the Lone Star State. Mr. tfji? sjiri' y Mr. and Mrs. Omra Webb will VT ahead and mix up bak that the following is, to the best of her Wheeler and family are good, biscuits-ca- kes November, to ing materials, for move the first of knowledge and belief, a true stateanything without fear $8 their home m Taylor, county. MYERS-BARGfc3of uncertainty. Calumet makes ment of the ownership, management, honest people. We are indeed sorry to give them you forget failure. etc., of the aforesaid publication for Mr. J. C. Dohoney, of ColumCOMPANY up we will mis9 them in our the date shown in the above caption, work, and church required by the act of August 24, 1912, bia, was in our midst one day BAKING POWDER WHOLESALE AND embodied in section 443, Postal Laws last week and while here bought ' but as they are anxious to go and VT is the most popular because it does give and Begulations, to them jB WfcSthink it best. We extend TWPWtw most perfect results. It has the big RETAIL MILLERS 1. That the names and addresses of a nice lot of cattle at 7c per lb. gest demand because t is tne most deHMAddM rfWW" best wishes for success and V our pendable. The fact that it is the higthe publisher, editor, and business Mr. Dohoney is strictly a good hest seller tiroves that it is the best. happiness. A trial will convince you that there is c manager are: judge of cattle. none "just as good." Buy a can if you FLOOR IS THE STAFF OFjjLIFF tl4 Mr. Edgar Ellis, wife and baby knAI sausuou lal.n are nut a.iS.it.J wuic u. uam ouu XA3IE OF P. 0. ADDRESS set your money bade. Campbells- tVe are glad to know that there visited recently near THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE Publisher, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have Deen approvea ville. Columbia, Ky. is a great improvement on the officially by the U. S. Food Editor, J. E. Murrell, Lucien Brockman was quite Auwonues. 40 Years In the mill business enable us to makeJlheJveryjBEST andj road known in this 'section of Too tare when yoa boy it. sick aeveral days of last week, Columbia, Ky. Yon sare den 70a tue iU PUREST. We don't use anything but the Jbesf of wheat h country as the Walker hill. It Managing Editor, Daisy Hamlett, but he has rallied to some extent to think HIGHEST Business Manager, Daisy Hamlett, and the physicians seem making our Flour. has been a terror to the people QUALITY his condition better. Ky. Columbia, in this part of country in going Charlie Parson has moved HIGHEST Daisy Hamlett, Owner. We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our. to Columbia. We hope the good AWARDS back to Columbia. He was a Known bondholders, mortgagees, good blackamith, and they were work will continue until we have Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. and other security holders, owning 1 splendid folks and would be glad a good road to the county seat. per cent or more of total amount of they had a remained with us. We give our special attention to exchange and bonds, mortgages, or other securities: Let the people elsewhere take Last Sunday was a renunion (If there are none, so state.) None. the same interest on the roads custom work,rgiving in exchange for 60 pound -at the home of Mr. A. J. Combest Columbia, Ky. as these people are doing and grandall of his children and Ozark. wheat. 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bnv Subscribed to and sworn before me children being present, and one we certainly will have better this 1st day of Oct., 1919 son, whom they had not seen for roads at an early date. seal: Jo S. Knifley. We are having ideal weather, several years. Notary Public Adair County, Ky My commission expires March 8th., Our farmers are all through cut- nd eve ry body is busy. Corn Mr. and Mrs. Omra Webb and baby, and Miss Irene Murrell vis1920. ting and housing tobacco, and cutting is over. Preparing Kentucky Sunground and making ited Emma McKinley last we are glad to note that we have wheat Grady vllle, day week. an average crop for this section, molasses is the chief occupation Messrs. Ola McKinley and WL in quantity as well as quality. at present. family, Felix McKinley and W. L. Grady was at Greens- Mr. Price and family have family, Miss Addie McKinley In the western part of the counburg the first of the week. ty as we get it, there has been moved to this place, to the proper- and Etta Bryant spent last Sun Quite a number of our citizens several crops sold at prices rang ty purchased of U. G. Collins. Mr. day at the pleasant home of Mr. W. G. McKinley, near town. Collins and family are temporarly located on the Jamestown road, in LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY: Mr. E. A. McKinley's house. He HlriaJJui' i ini taut expects to purchase a farm as Bvu-- Car f.gitwmgwLg 1 keep on hinds a t till atock of coffins, caskets, Capital, Surplusjana Undivided Profits Over hc rlMWrMaTS and robes. knudHM I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. soon as he can find one that suits Will Pill. jLtOBH. . M10TMM1 AgBti Mr. CALLED HER FAMILY ing from 15 to 25 cents per lb. Ed 4"9"94fr4 TO BEDSIDE WHERE M? TO BUY UNDERWARE YOUR by-go- ne Kil-ma- n, 4 Clothing, Hats, Caps Gloves. Shoes etc. LADIES' DRESS O ? AND GOODS. NOTIONS. r 1 'Mm ? Bourbon -- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 AH Wool Cotton Blankets Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenport Albin Murray Ke Columbia, ntucKf SBM 44444444444444444444444444 r J" 1 . I fc t, 0 WMIIffi "J rrr&' CALUMET A. Sun-scho- ol to-wi- t: tg" 1, at- C -- We Solici Your Paron age. J w s b UNDERTAKER. Hzinwr i The Louisville Trusfi Id . extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone, 29. Office Phone, 68. J. F. TRIPLETT, Columbia, Ky 1 We keep him. mwmiMi agjBoyT.smjigMg srEsT- uirszrr'MFm ' - sM- - Acta asBxecntor. Administrator, GuardaB. CeKiIUeB4 TrosteeMMi x i m nillfcg? - as Bach in aay Cowaty te sold Felix his1 farm recently. He is also; sa loekimg for a location. He IB PaalTDrug Cowpaay,lCelbia, Ky. Mr. McKinley fays" 3ie , tbelHte. e6otr per Amwm aa ? Tine BayMtte j.-.r- ' ' , r. JOimifratW PraeMMt. -w AHeBlOBA GRAY. Tmmu. A. S xHEEAUAlK COUNTY NEWS 'tflair FtiMiske Gdaaty NevJs - CLOSE OF VOLUME Ob Wedaesdays. 3 successful publication from the start. At the beginning the as second Btetered at the Columba subscription list had to be secur- tass mall matter. ed, but in a few years it had a list of eighteen hundred, and at WED. OCT, 22. 1919. one time we mailed thirty-tw- o Subscription Price 1st and 2nd! Postal Zone hundred to regular: subscribers. fLSQperyer. This list remained with us until All Zones beyond 2ndl&2.00 rerfyear Payable in Advance the Government forced ua to cut A Subscription due and the names from our subscription DEMORATIC TICKET. book who were more than one year in arrears. Many of those Detroit. FOR GOVERNOR rt who. were cut off have siae paid FRIDAY'S LEAKING. JAMES D. BLACK, and now receive the paper weekThe parties listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine RHan. E. P. Morrow, the Re- of Knox County. ly. At this time we have nineFord Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. Therefore, they have been appointpublican candidate for Governor, FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR teen hundred subscribers, and ed as regular service stations: had an appointment to speak Wm. H. SHANKS, department is running our Job here last Friday afternoon at 2 t of Lincoln County. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. over with work. o'clock, but he spoke at Greens-bur- g We. have endeavored to give FOR STATE AUDITOR RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. at 10 a. m., and did not M. BOSWORTH, HENRY the people of Adair and adjoin reach here until almost three, lof Fayette County. ing counties the local happenCO.,- beginning his speech a few minIncorporated ings weekly of this part of the FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL utes later, after being introducState, and also the State and FRANK E. DAUGHERTY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSViLLE, KENTUCKY, ed by Judge W. W. Jones. of Nelson County. general news of interest, and Mr. Morrow spoke for more' developments have proven that FOR SECRETARY OF STATE than an hour to a court-roothe reading public has been sat crowded mostly by Republicans. MATS. COHEN, of Fayette County. isfied with our efforts. A few Democrats beard him, will The News has been DemocratFOR CLERK COURT OF.APPEALS and there were some ladies in which proposed amendment prohibit, after June 30, 1919, the ic in politics from the start, but JOHN A. GOODMAN, the audience. manufacture, sale or transportaof Todd County, it has not at any time been ofHe spoke along the lines of tion of spirituous, vinous, malt COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE fensive to our Republican brethother addresses he has made or other intoxicating liquors, exren, as hundreds of them, as JOHN W. NEWMAN, over the State, the informed cept for sacramental, medicine, of Woodford County. subscribers, read the paper people having read his speech scientific or mechanical purp03e3 weekly. We are not unmindful FOR STATE TREASURE in the Commonwealth of Kenbefore he delivered it. HENRY F. TURNER, that their action is a compliment He did not think the League tucky and directing and empow-in- g of Ballard County. the General Assembly by and we want them to know that of Nations had anything to do ' appropriate legislation to enforce FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION their patronage is appreciated. with Kentucky politics, and L. E. FOSTER, In October, 1917, Mrs. Barks-dal- e therefore he would not discuss said prohibition?" If you want to vote on the of Christian County. Hamlett, through her hus- it, He spent a great deal of above question, call for the Bal FOR STATE SENATOR. band, purchased the building time, denouncing the Stanley ad lot. 19th Senatorial District and outfit from Mr. Harris, and ministration, and was exceeding J. R. GAKNETT will sell Auction the since the death of her husband, ly bitter against what he termed Hon. Matt Cohen, Democratic County. of Adair candidate for Secretary of State, she has been the manager of the the old gang at Frankfort. of the late "Wm. D. FOR MAGISTRATE filled a number of appointments publication, and it has met with While he did not say it, he evi7th MagisterialfDistrict, remarkable success, and the dently, from hiB assertions, in Adair county last week. Containing H. A. WALKER. Larcfi crowds ereeted bim at business continues to grow. thinks something very dishonor ?rj&: 100 Acres of Blue Grass Land eah aneakiner: and the Dem Since November, 1897, the un able has been going on at FrankMr. L. E. Foster, of Christian dersigned has been connected greatly enthused. ocrats were county, who recently spoke here with this paper. For twenty fort. His Republican friends Mr. Cohen spoke Monday in are in the interest of the State Dem- years he assisted Mr. Harris who heard him, those who Located on the county line between Casey and Jamestown, a large crowd hearnot familiar with the affairs of ocratic ticket, is the party nom in the editorial and local depart Lincoln counties, one mile North of Kidds ing him. the State, think he made a very inee for the office of Superin1-iendent- ments, and was also Mr. Ham-lett- 's Store, and four miles South of Hustonville on fine speech; at least many of ASSERTS HUSBAND of Public Instruction. the Hustonville and Liberty turnpike. This assistant while he was ed- them so stated. It is easy, you is not a more elegant iting There farm has nice residence well located, good the paper, and he writes know, to make assertions, but IS AMAZED AT HER gentleman in Kentucky. He is advisedly when he says but few barn and outbuildings and will grow anyproving the when it comes to a thorough school man has thing. There is a fine crop of tobacco on the PRESENTDES1RE S. County Superintendent county publications has had same, it is somewhat difficult. been the place this year. of the schools of! Christian coun. greater success than The Adair Mr. Morrow is a gifted speakCounty News. ty, and his earnestness and er, and he held his audience unis known throughout m tne iuture it will he our til he concluded. During the Mrs. Louminhauser Craves Pood Western Kentucky. He has a purpose to give all the news 240 bales of Will also sell As Never Before Since Using course of his address he stated number of personal friends in worth writing:, and to give it Trutona. good Timothy. hay, a lot of corn and Adair county, and is especially clearly and fairly, with no in- that the Republican ticket would be elected, and when he and his esteemed for his high Christian personal tention to offend a single reader. running mates go to Frankfort Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 21. My hus character. If the male teachers Thanking the public we are there will be a house cleaning. band says he's afraid I'll eat him out of this part of the state want to ' Gratefully, Gov. of house and home, since taking Tru(Wednesday) Today see a public system of education j. e. murrell for Lucy Loumin hauser, 109 that will meet the approval of Black will speak from the same tona," Mrs. West Main street, said recently. Mrs. Hamlett. the entire State, they should stand. Come and hear him. He Tote for Foster. "I had the 'flu' last October and has a different story to tell. In regard to Morrow's blanket slnoe then I have been in a generally be-cauPost-offlc- year of its existence man's conduct, the grand juries It was started in November, and petit juries are ready to do Editor. 1897, with Mr. C. S. Harris as V.i Z.MURRELL, long as I am Man. editor and publisher, and during theirjduty.rand as THRS. DAISY HAMLETT. governor and no state official all these years it has not missed nnirrpipfirilfiTntril to the Interest fairly convicted will be pardoned fteCHtyof CelsaMaand tna paopla of Adair but one issue, and it has been a Black ty-seco- nd t Golam6ia, Kentucky- who makes such charges ought to know who the guilty men are. With this issue The Adair T oovltnlMr Mnrrnw that if hp County News finishes the twen- . ( will start an investigation of anv TWENTY-TW- -- fht T)aiir-iriT1- r adjoining cobbUm. by me. e '. "Again Governor challenged Morrow to tellwheth er he opposed the ratification of the peace treaty and the League of Nations." Morrow ought in nonesty ana justice common name these men who are grafters and who hold unnecessary jobsor he ought to stop talking about them, if they do not exist anywhere save in his fertile, THE UNXVERSAiCAR ss Every farmer should have one or more Ford Trucks of the profitable results that will follow their use. There is not any guess work about this statement. It has been proven on thousands of farms. If you farm, come in and let us tell you more about the Ford Truck's value to you in sure dollars and cents saving. It is a personal matter to every farmer. The Ford Truck is a business necessity. Orders should be left with us at once in order to get early delivery. Price $550, without body, f. o. b. mx Sg THE BUCHANANLYON m k PUBLIC SALE. ON FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1919, AT lO O'clock at Public I Farm Stagg, Fine - thor-oughne- ss about other property. Terms Made Known on Day of hale. NAME YOUR MEN, ED. Governor Black has very properly asked Ed Morrow to name the men in the state payroll who ought not to be there. Morrow says there are 314 of them in places created by the "Stanley administration' for them. Governor- Black, in his speech at Hazard, suggests that Morrow name as many as a dozen of the 314 he says are on the payroll. "Mr. Morrow say a there are 314 names oh the state payroll that ought not to be there, said the governor. "If that is true, those employees should be dune away with. I am' entitled to know, and you taxpayers are entitled to knew who these 314 are. Mr, Morrow, if you can't name tkeai all, give us the names of a A)cr of them," charges of graft at Frankfort AMENDMENT. Governor Black made this fair CONSTITUTIONAL proposition: "I ask him to tell Are you in favor of the proposthe people of Kentucky who is a ed Constitutional Amendment to grafter at Frankfort, The man the Constitution of Kentucky, TIME FLIES Yestesday is Gone. To-morr- ow is Fleeting. Never Comes. To-day And to keep up with tnis 20th Century you need a, clock that wtll keep the Correct Time. "Why ahould you bother your neighbor every few minutes- to ask what time it is when you can own a nice clock. I have just received a nice line of Kitchen, Alarm, and Mantle Clocks. If you need one call and look my line over. - L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky. Columbia, ----- rundown condition," she continued. It seemed that a chronic cold had settled in my side, and at times, X ached all over. I didn't sleep well and felt so badly in the mornings that I could hardly drag myself out of bed. I nev er cared for anything to eat and had become so weak I couldn't raise my arm above my head. "It's hard to be lieve, but one bottle of Trutona has actua'ly straightened me up. The terrible pains in my body have disappeared now and my nerves are perfectly steady. I can extend my arms full length and my hands will remain steady as a child's. This Is remarkable, too, for I couldn't drink my. coffee without spilling it, before I began using trutona. I eat as I never ate before and am gaining my strength rapidly, I'm trujy grate, ful for the relief Trutona gave"me." Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Columbia at .P&ull Drug JBo. Charles F. Montgomery, Executor Wm. D. STAQQ LIBERTY, kENTUCKY. Col. JohnB. Dinwiddie, on the block Won the Prize. sohool, wherever she teaches, invari- ably takes front rank Adv.' There was a school Fair in Green county last week, in which all the High Grade Ttbacco Farms schools participated. The Fair was & tht " Uo highest Jf&P held in Greensburg and it drew a big at sricaa nnrhr (m k m .Tf5 par acre. This laud rrtnra froa lffli fJTriam crowd. Miss Laura Smythe, of this cregslHTariaMy brfn tie ldhet rteSoB t place, who is teaching in Green county, to KaBtackiuM and so aSewS ar entered her school in all the con- vnprtT tests. It won first prizes. Miss Smythe is keeping up the same record buwuce k Realty C. la Green thaf crowned her socceeef ul JafTerse&vflle, Ind. . teachlBg in her home ' county. Her 18 Velofct M4 FOR SALE qoal-Icnim- lle i Vlk I JJ - -- , - - A J v f V J.X " ;. V ,.i- - v ADAIR COUN ( CY NEWS the Henry Keality Company, spent several days, in Columbia last week. Mrs Kinnie Murreil visited relatives in.T:m'Stown Monday. Mrs. Daisy Haralett was also there, on a business Mi -- Ja , J. Hughes, of New York, arrived last Wednesday, to spend ssveral weeks with her sister in law Miss Vic Hughes. Mr X B. Faulkenburg. Jamestown.( ' as here last Thursday morning, home, from a business trip to en-rou- te trip- Mrs. Paul TAXPAYERS OF KENTUCKY It's Your Pocket Books That Pay the Bills m j j ' ill and the kitchen is thUT heart of the home. The health and happiness of the whole family depend on what, they eat. Don't blame if the food is mads indigestible by poor cooking.. Get her anthe-coo- KMb '"is; tRe Hear.t oF the Kifcftacn Tke .&LLBN3 COPPER n i I k - MaN1 3? firc-lfo- BCARtttS - sen-ice- and gie her abilities a chance. It's even baling oven takes the chance out of cooking, and its many features for saving time and 'labor eliminate kitchen drudgery Notice the copper reservoir adjoining Jhc handy warming cabinets, and the dean, roomy warming olosct with pipe behind it; also the asbestos lined otcn with, triple bottom and walls whioh retain hoat and insure even baking. The Princess is easily the leading range on the market tested by 25 years of constant . There are Allen Princess dealers everywhere. X'Consult one of them, or write direct for ourillustrated catalogue RANGE Bowliug Green. Mr Charley Judd and wife, arrived in Columbia one night last week. Mr. Judd is a brother of Mr. Frank , Judd He was in the army, and he married in the West. Miss Agnes Bojesa trained nurse, of Louisville, who has been waiting on a daughter of Mr. Sidney Holt, was here ThursRussell connty, day morning, enroute to her home, Miss Holt being much better. From the Democratic State Platform, 1915 "We favor RIGID ECONOMY in the of the State's affairs to the end that the people may receive a maxlmnm of service at a of cost, and to that end we favor the IMMEDIATE ABOLITION OF ALL USELESS and the render'ng of full and adequate service In every department of the State PROMISE ! PERFORMANCE "RIGID ECONOMY" NET RECEIPTS. Gov. Willson (Rep.)- - 44 months. .24,277,3S5.19 Gov. Stanley 42 months .- 35,471,803.88 NET EXPENDITURES. Gov. Willson (Rep.) 44 months.. $24,046,310.56 Gov. Stanley 42 months 3660,429.01 Latitia Montgomery and her daughter, Miss Mae, will leave for Carthage, Mo , their future home. Mrs. to-da- . Stanley's Excess $11,194,418.69 Gov. Willson Stanley's Excess $12,214,118.45 $546,507.00 863,343.00 $316,836.60' y Average Monthly Expenditures Average Monthly Expenditures Stanley's Excess INTEREST-BEARING The Buchanan Lyon Company, Inc., Campbellsville, Kentrcv They will stop for two weeks enroute with Mrs. W. K. Martin, Monetti Mo. They have the best wishes of the people of Columbia. v (Rep.) 44 months Gov Stanley 42 months , STATE OUTSTANDING. WARRANTS $ 560,416.57 3,556,534.87 INTEREST PAID ON STATE WARRANTS. Fiscal year ending June 80, 1911 (Willson) Dunbar, Jamestown, were here last MissouriALad Set Pace in Baptist Thursday Drive. Mr John A Hobson and vr, j. p. Miss Edna Lewis Is spending a few Pendleion, of Greensburg. were here a Since Gov. Stanley came into office, 314 new office holders have weeks in Louisville. few days ago. It remained to six little boys bebeen added to the State pay roll. Mr. Nathan Bridgewater.of Haskins-vlllMr. C. R. Pollard, of Clarksville, tween the ages of four and nine from was here last Wednesday. Tenn , made a business trip to this the congregation of the Baptist church at Oak Ridge, Mo., a village of 300 Mr. Hugh Sharp, Jamestown, was in place several dajs ago. pace in the collectago. Colmnbiaa few days Messrs. W. S. Knight, Wm. Hobson people, to set the MrJ Coy E. Dudgeon, Lebanon "was and C W Faulkenburd, all of James- ion there for the Baptist 75 Million Campaign. Four of them gave 825 here the latter pare of last week. town, were here recently. each and two gave $50 each. InspirMr. Lucien Becklier, WiWiester, Mrs. W. S. Chapman has returned ed by the spirit of these boys, 41 mem was here a day or two of last week. from a two weeks visit to relatives In bers of the church exceeded the quota Mr. Richard Hagau, of Greensburg, Mill town section. of $4,500 by subscribing $5,480 at the paid Columbia a visit a few days since Mr. E. L Feese, of this office, visit- time, and the pastor has hopes of the Mr. Clarance Coffey, of Cleveland. Advertisement. scho'ol at quota being doubled. O., visited here a few days f last ed his daughter, who is in Berea, last Sunday When the light plant uses water week. UniverRev. Geo. W. Hampton, State Mis Japan Leads the World in power to light the town, the service Mr. C W. Cundiff and wife, of Mr. Geo H. Palmer, an oil man of Lasley, closed a meetsal Education. is miserably poor. If the water powvisiting Mr. Cundiff's stonary, and R. Cleveland, Ohio, reached Columbia Shelbyville, are ing at Mt. Vernon, Adair county and er is used, more voltage should be put parents, Mr. and virs. Harden Cundiff last Thursday. converts. had twenty-siJapan has surpassed all other gov on. The operator, of course, wants to Mr. Leslie Graves, who is with Judge H. H. Dunbar and son. W. P. ernments of the modern world in its give satisfaction, and the only way to rapid'strike toward Juniversal educa do it is to increase the power. tion. Within the past fifty .years it The election will soon be here, and has extended educational facilities to flfqd when its over another canvass all the people, with the result that will start. We are always in an all its children between the ages of election. six and twelve are in school, and 98 There is but little doing in oil cirper cent of all the people can read cles in Adair county at this time', and write. As Japan holds the key to the education of the Orient, the Speculators say that oil is here, but if Baptist 75 Million Campaign hopes to fhey do not start drills, how do they so infuse the people there with Chris expect, to get it? tianity that the influence of the Jap Hobson & Pendleton, of Greens-burg- , ADAM anese in the Orient will count lor the were here last week to receive feSS 4Mb. Christian religion 200 head of cattle which they bought PERSONALS End of Gov. Willson's term June 30, 1919, Stanley Admin Fiscal year ending June 30, 1919 (Stanley) 271,790.91:. ...S 51,36951 "Abolition Of All Useless Offices" e, Black Could and Wouldn't Morrow Can and Will CLEAN HOUSE AT FRANKFORT I -- JS x 203 ACRES OF BONNIE CASTLE, THE FORMER HOME OF CARPENTER, -- W AT AUCTION Hughes & 165 acres now owned by Burdette Ramsey, 37A acres by grass, a lot of virgin soil, except 20 acres in wheat stubble. 60 acres in Orchard grass, 8 acres Alfalfa. McCarty. All in Location: In the famous Hanging Fork Valley in Lincoln County. Kentucky. No better land in Moreland, On the McCarmack Church pike, 6 miles Stanford, 10 miles Danville, 3 miles ready to on Q. & C. Railroad. This farm has been grazed for years by big cattle and is now produce. Everlasting stock water, concrete troughs. Big Springs. Brick Dwelling, 2 Halls, 2 Porches, Double cellar, Aceteline, Improvements: Beautiful Lawn with magnificent shade trees. Four stock barns, crib Lights, Bath-rooand crushing room, 2 story Brick servant's room, Brick ice and dairy house, 2 stock sheds,, N carriage house and garage. 10-room m, SURGEONS agree that from 6 to 9 cents. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most At the last session of the Adair important. When an EFFICIENT Fiscal Court an order was made showantiseptic is applied promptly, there ing that the count would pay one-haof the ccst of sinking a well on is no danger ef infection and the the public square, provided the municwound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, uuKZ-UiNJi- i is ipal board of the town of Columbia the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and would pay the other half. The well or AGENT. Buy it now even two wells are badly needed and HEALING ready for an emergency. Sold we hope the town board will act and be Adv. by Paull Drug Co. favorably. There is no protection here in case fire should break out on There was much rejoicing to the the square In fact, tre town certainhome of Mr. and Mrs. C. Linden Hurt, Stithton, Ky., on Saturday October 4, ly needs two wells 1919, when iittle Helen Eewe Hurt Mr. W. B. Paynter, of Lawrence-burcame to bless the parents. Road man, was here lf in cases of in the county, several weaks ago, at Sold by Russell &Cb&. tcf Mr. Sam Bridgwater will ramo78 the farm owned by L. W. Bennett,.5 lately known as the Judd farmrljrp: one mile south east of Columbia. Gler.sforft. State On Rural Route, mornings papers delivered at 12:30; telephones, churches. An ideal country home. We want you to look it over. ' close to schools and The water courses of this county Thursday inspecting the work county. were "on high" last week. Will be subdivided and about 100 acres cut off with improvements, a tract of about 40 acres and 37i.acres with tenant house. Or we will "bunch" two or mpre tracts just to suit the purchaser. Remember the success and good will of the men with whom we do business is the best body. advertisement that js why we continue to have good sales with a fair deal to every The buyers know every bid is a bona fide bid, and Swinebroad "ALWAYS SE11S." Don't good and is fail to look this proposition over. You will want it when you see it. It looks good. A money maker and a home you will be proud to own. Lick, For further particulars and to show, you the farm, see Burdette Ramsey at Paint Ky., Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, or. 170 acres in Mercer county, near Burgin, on the 28th. Attend both sales. The health of thfs community: is very good at present. Miss Cora Kelsay left, list: week, for Greenville, Ala.', whereshe has accepted a position asv teacher. Miss Beatrice Wesley auds-littl- e son of Mr. and Mr$. Eddie-LeGrider, have had diptheria,-bu- t last of this are better at this writings Mrs. Mary L. Wheat is in a-- , very low state of health, at the-home of. her daughter,, - Jr-- A e g. , Mtb-Lawre- nce Wilkinson. WE INSURE TOBACCO IN FARM BARNS Better See Us Before It Happens. y Columbia, 7 U. P. Morgan and family left;.. last week, for Missouri. Mrs. Flora Sparks lefU this week, for Indiana, where sfie will join her husband who has. been there for several, months., The party at John KeJeay'i last Monday night, was wellat--jtendand all reported3-piets- ant time. ed SWINEBOARD, The Real Estate Man, Or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. t Q. R. REED, Keutucky. Lancaster, Ky. daughter, Ruby, wbe haye fceem in Michigan, forborne, time are at, the home of her parest,.Mr. aaji. t Mrs.. 3araee Manfcall;; of: ' '",x place. d wife, .wtwrife- Jim iting their daughter? Mrs. Ka Straw, fctt Wednesday.. Mrs. Maud Capehew aarJ fittle &' Jot )r -- ". t" c - adairccounty: news IE3 fwi!' TAXES ARE HIGH IN KENTUCKY In the past eight years In Kentucky, C14 new officeholdprs have been iriven Jobs at an Increased cost to you taxpayers of 5526.98U.00 a year. That Is $43,915.00 a month or over $1,440.00 even- - dav Including Sundays. The fire marshal's office costs you taxpayers twice as much under Stanley as under Willson (Republican), In the Agricultural Department Mat Cohen's personal traveling expenses for railroad fares, dollar meals, taxis, etc, were $4,153.00 for three vraw Salaries e limes what In Superintendent Gilbert's department of schools are , they were ander Willson 'Republican). Pull-man- s, th-e- Increase in Job Holders and Extravagance of Those Already in Office the Cause of Increased Taxes Leading Democrats say there Is no hope of better things under Governor Black. Justice Carroll sald. "The people want a house cleaning at Frankthe want to see fort Theydepartments. some new men and some new facts inhave They want to get rid of the names that offices and become familiar only because of lonj? tenure of office. I again repeat and the Democrats of the State know It that the officeholders have taken possession of him ind he has taken possession of them. There Is scarcely a county in the State in which they are not bending every T effort to secure his nomination. IF HE S GOVERNOR THERE BE AND WILL NOT BE, ANY BUSINESS REFORMS OR ANY OR CUTTING CUTTING DOWN OF UNNECESSARY EXPENSES OFF OF USELESS OFFICERS OK EMPLOYEES." Mills M. Logan, former AtUrney General, said- - "Before he became Governor the officeholders under the present administration" put a ring in his nose and have been leading htm around ever since CAN-NO- Democratic Papers Denounce Stanley Administration The Louisville Post (Dem.) said: "The whole state is clamoring house for a man who will 'clean house.' butMr. Black leaves thesignally as it and Is. He has had a great opportunity and he has failed Ke before the whole state to take advantage of it.largely is we speak for the sake plainly a cautious, timid man, who wants office of the office. Under him things would be largely as they are." The Louisville Courier Journal (Dem.) said: "If he is a strong, able and effective man he will ,set about at once to cure defects whicn have blemished the administration of his predecessor. He will make especial effort to destroy suspicions and rumors which are at large1 to the effect that he has entered into an alliance or understanding with Senator Stanley and the tetter's personal adherents by which he is committed to an amiable attitude toward the Stanley record.' KENTUCKY IN THE HOLEa. - The United States Census Bureau at Washington has just issued report. "Financial Statistics of States" for ISIS which says that 30 of the 48 States paid all expenses. Including Interest and money for permanent improvements. Kentucky was not one of the SO. This report also says that Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and West "Virginia not onlv paid expenses but were a milllsn dollars to the good. Kentucky, within a-- stone's throw of all of them aid not even pay expenses. Got. Black Is Tied Hand and Foot to Stanley Office Holders If You Want a Change Straight Republican Ticket! Advertisement Vote For Morrow and the V He was married while yet a young man to Miss Elizabeth Mr. Buel Collins and wife, who have Patterson, of Adair county. Her Ten in Texas 37 years, meet about 40 family were Presbyterians. She tof their old friends and have a great united with the Methodist day. On Oct. 5, 1919, Mr. Buel Collins Church and their house was the and wife, of Abeline, Texas, met at home of the traveling Methodist the late Tom Collins place in Russell preacher for more than half a county, where Mr. Julian Long, now century, They reared a large lives, about 40 of the former's old family of honorable sons and neighbors and friends, including one daughters. Rev. Samuel K. brother, three sisters and other kinBreeding, who for more than, dred. Mr. Collins was born at this years was a member place 67 years ago and lived here un- thirty-si- x til his departure for the West, 37 of the Louisville Conference, years ago. He is a brother of Mrs. and one of the best Geo. Stevenson, Columbia; Mrs. W. S. men we ever had, and one of the Antle, Montpeliei; Mrs. J. B. Wheat, most lovable men I ever knew, Denmark; Mr. S. B Collins, of the Owensby community, and Prof. Uriah was his son. Their children Collins, of Texas Mrs. Collins is a were trained to habits of indussister or the late Dr. G. W. Perry-ma- try from early childhood, and Winchester, Ky. Among those have become prominent in the present including some of the neigh- different spheres of life in which bors, were Buel Collins and wife: they move'd. He was provident, Geo Stevenson and wife; J. B. Wheat and wife; Sam Browning, wife and and instilled the principles of into their hearts. little daughter; W. S. Antle and fam- - right-livin- g ily; Omre Wolford, wife and little son; He preached regularly at some G. T. Antle and family; S. B. Collins point from five to fifteen miles and wife: Ruth, John and Hermon away almost every Sabbath. He Wilson. D. G. Grider and family; Bill preached more funerals, and marCook and B B. Sims. At the noon hour a nice dinner was spread at the ried more couples than any local "old spring" in which all partook preacher I ever knew. with delight and pleasure, and doubtBrother Breeding had a sawless calling fresh to memory the many mill, and in a bill of 100,000 feet happy incidents of childhood that are of lumber there would not be forever past and gone. knot-hol- e or blemish as In the afternoon all repaired to the found a family graveyard, where after putting large as a silver dollar. He lowers on the graves of "dear ones," built more churches, put more Jhaving pictures made, and a parting lumber and money into them good-byall took their departure de- than any one else, not only in lighted with the events of the day. his home charge, but in his A. G. neighboring charges, and among Pr eminent Methodist Families in other denominations. I remem ber that nearly fifty years ago Kentucky. when the Columbia Church, which was then being built was REV. JAMES BREEDING. Rev. James Breeding, local about to be sold for debt, he lder of Breeding, Adair County, took,hold of it and completed it Jtands in the forefront of a large at a cost to himself of $1,200. and honorable body of local . Once when visiting a neighpreachers within the bounds of boring charge and dispensing the Columbia District, Louisville his charity t I asked: "How can Conference, who have left their you afford to pay so much to impress on the generation in these several claims?" He answered: "Soon after Betsey which they lived. In person, Wesley, though and I were married we agreed talltr; a born leadar among men. to lay by at least one dollar per & Mathodi t was organized in week for such purposes, and we always have money in the Lord's ilk father's house near the treasury." Thirty if the 19tk CMtury. lars were dispensedthousand dolby him in tecsJM rsiSgiottf m airly life. omsraej' ovreves. jLavvgn doc At the Old Home. all-rou- nd n, a wealthy man, there was scarcely a time when some young preacher, struggling to iise in the world, was not being helped by h'"m. Rev. Young Ewing, for many years prominent in the Indian Mission Conference as pastor and presiding elder, or as president of some of their schools, was a member of the Generalj Conference which met at Nashville, Tenn., was helped largely by Rev. James Breeding to obtain an education. He made a visitJto Brother Breeding justJIbefore the session. It was like the meeting of father and son. Ewing told him: "Whatever snecess I have attained I owe it to you because your help made it possible for me to enter the ministry." And placing his handupon the head of Ewing, Brother Breeding said: God bless you, Young: it won't be long until our work is done; beftfaithful and we will meet bye and ibye." This is but onejof many that he helped, either by furnishing him money or giving him a home. Many such will rise up in a coming day and call J himj blessed. I asked him once, while his Presiding Elder, to write the sketch of his life, and also of the prominent Methodistsjhe had known in early life. But he excused himself and never did it. In 1884 or 5, 1 sent an appoint- 0 ment that Bishop McTyeire would preach in his home and stay all night with him while on his way to hold my District Con ference at Burkesville. When I drove up with, the Bishop, he came out to meet him. The Bishop had a beard about an inch long. After speaking, he stroked with his hand the Bishop's beard, and. said: "I am surprised to find you with whiskers. Well, well. I suppose I will have to put up with it!" The Bishop enjoyed the visit and spoke of it often. I never knew a home where a larger hospitality was dispensed nor wnere an itinerant was more gladly welcomed. Upon several occasions, being belated by travel, I have come in late at night. And sometimes I have gone to his home late at night, put away my faithful horse, and The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75. I 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID 2 Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE -- and Rugs FANCY GROCERY 0"gpjX"S and Druggets, Furniture, Carpets, Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass 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, Clockb, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. 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 NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Rttldence Pbcne 13 B Business Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN 9R. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST! Office, Front rooms in Jeffries, BTdg up Stairs. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. then go to the preacher's room, without any one knowing it until the next morning. Rev. Timothy C. Frogee, who Columbia, - Kentucky Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 e, became his pastor in 1842. and had known him intimaley for fifty years, suggested when he Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist preached his funeral, in 1892, given Diseases of a that they build a memorial Special attention Domestic Animals Church, in the village where his lifeliad been spent. In Octo- Office at Kesidence, 1 mile of town, on ber, 1897, the honor was conJamestown road. ferred upon me to dedicate that Phone 114 G. memorial Church, built to his Columbia, Ky. memory and that of his faithful wife, by his children, kindred and friends. We shall never see his like again, But in the resurrection morn, I expect to hail him, happy in the city' of L. H. Jones CO- - 16 Eaat Matkc! Street Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. $$t$$x3fc x$$k$ W. T. PRICE t3GC3C3&Q(- - SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, AUCTIONEER Business Solicited God.- - D. S. Campbell. ADAIRand ADJOINING COUNTIES $x$$ LOY KENTUCKY. $ HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located vin Co, lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. Columbia Barber Shop SK Sc LOVVJW. . br-Siftni- ng de and Inlay work a Specialty.' All Woeic'baaraVitMd . The Chevrolet will pull' any hill Jit l" that has a road up it Write OCeti Mxt.ter topost'esfee. aef Give us AlSanitary Shop, where both Satiafactlonjand GratiSoatloB are Guaranteed. a Trial and be Convinced. 'AIRQUJNTXEJPi AUTOMOBILE LINE 8 8 chine have been provn true by a o 5b was being sold under the noses of the Louisville Kepublican ma . -- I - ifc investigators, 8 handful federal though 400 Police of the city, . Round Trip, $2.7 A TT Mail Car 8 under the control of the Hert-2.00 i?ound Trip, $3.50 Ford Car MJrlLj n machine, 8 Special Attention to Traveling Men 81 could not find any law violated. On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of The Post, in its editorial, says: 8 Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our 8 "Although national prohibiPassenger Rates according to the above schedule: 8 a tion became effective July 1st, Your Support Solicited. 5! 8 last, there are 400 "saloons" Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. ro. Leaves operation in Louisville, S 8 still in p. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and and the doors of these "saloons" 8 ) Columbia, 123 E. are now open day and night, PHONES: ) Campbellsville, 8 Sundays as well as week days. ?08G&G8Q30eG8Q& "We have been told that these saloons have been kept open for the purpose of selling! "soft DRY CLEANING DYEING. drinks" and cigars. We make in this connection no ..blanket CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. charge. It is distinctly possible Send Via ,ParceI Post that some of these are obeying the law and are refusing to sell whiskey and beer. But it has been common 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. talk in Louisville for weeks that Known all over America. a large amount of alcohol is being sold, and that the police are thrown discretion to the winds. doing nothing to prevent it. The Interior Journal, speaking of Senator Stanley's speech He will not soon get over the "Saturday of last week; subcastigation, nor outlive the ex- stance was given to these at Pikeville, says: "The speech was thoroughly Stanleyesque, position of the manner of man charges by the action of; the d cutting like a sword he is. Of one thing the public Federal government in procurand often breaking the blade in may be sure Edwin P. Morrow, ing the arrest of a number of the Morrow bowels. While not of the county of Pulaski, will saloonkeepers and.barcenders. using the shorter and uglier never be governor of Kentucky." It is said that other arrests are word, he called Morrow a liar in to follow. The Federal governWormy children are unhappy, puny seven different languages, most and sickly. They can't be otherwise ment is overseeing the enforcediplomatically, and ended by while worms eat away their strength ment of the prohibition over a vitality. A few doses of WHITE'S calling him a coward if he failed CREAM VERMIFUGE performs a dozen agents in the city of longer to state his position on marvelous transformation. Louisville, And yet this violaCheerthe league of nations. The Som- fulness, strength and the rosy bloom tions of the law ihat the 400 poerset man must have counted o.f health speedily return. Sold by licemen of the city of Louisville Adv without his host when he decid- Paull Drug Co. seem unable to discover. ed to attack Stanley and failed "Nor is this all. The word ALL SALOONS ARE BACKING MOR to realize that he was calling has gone out over Louisville that ROW. upon his head and down wrath the "saloons are for Morrow." for Stanley's offering himself Louisville Evening Post. And there is solid evidence to Mor ready and incisive ridicule. In an editorial under the cap- suppoitthis. Those who enter row comes out of the ordeal tion, "The Saloons for Morrow," the saloons will find in many of looking mighty small and wish- The Louisville Evening Post them a large photogragh of the ing no doubt that he had not shows how charges that liquor Republican nominee placed in GohimDia and GampDellsville im jw V $1-50- V m ktw kkkkwr JV J0BLmrm r ?-- kJ&w. V B- n m Bfark bv Kff Br " m ft kk bbk h Bt L kmm m B K r B HKA bbbW -- mn m H m I -- ' r- . t, Hl--S - bbbbW 3l H d , Morrow-Searcy-Chilto- Bk BL. BBBLifc. Off BM Vtt f 1 " w1 W. NOE. 1. 3 afaOl BflflflflflBflflflHyiLH Ihbbbbbbbb-bEbbI wk. ! " I and saloon-keepe- rs SWISS CLEANERSAND DYERS & Camela are sold every- wherein scientifically sealed packages of 20 cigarettes or tenpackages(J3 00 cigarettes) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel. R. J. 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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 anyone who will follow the simple directions that comt packed in the center of roll can lay it correcdy. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee"" jUt as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof d wmm IbBBBBBK When the chest feels on fire and the throat burns, you have indigestion, and you need HERBINE to get rid of the disagreeable feeling. It drives out badly digested food, strengthens the stomacn and purifies the bowels. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. v $$8afeg PUBLIC On Thursday, o. zee r i. PHONE rr TT- -r 24-C. We sell the bestjfor the least money. oiuiiio, rrrrrTiT.rnrr igerpi, KY. COLUMBIA; mmkmmrWms SALE I wil The Campaign and Bible Institute. October 23, 1919, Fs or factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d fy "r BBBBT Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Office! & Woretouse in Principal Cttiei of America Manufacturer of Certain-tee- d farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good In order to inform the Baptists of Kentucky in a better way, the State Board has planned a series of Bible Institutes to be held at different cities and towns in the State. The first was held at Owensboro, the week of October 5th to 12th. The second is in progress at Ashland. As a demonstration of the blessings coming from the Campaign, the peeple of Owens boro and vicinity were engaged in an conference the first Monday, and at the evening service Dr. W. M. Nevins of Louisville spoke and led in a consecration Service, and it was not only largely attended but was considered by those present as one of the greatest hours in Baptist history in this section of the State. Following his sermon, Rev. J. R. Black spoke on "Helping Lift the World into the Light," and the people are ready not only in Owensboro but all over Ken tucky to have a great part in this Campaign. all-da- y sell to the highest and best bidder, on my r farm, on Green River, 2 miles north of I Purdy, and 2 miles east of Absher, the lowing : and 3 fol- 10 head of good mare mules, coming 2 year olds, well mated. Jennets, black witk white points. One of these jennets has an extra good sorrel jack colt, .with white points, two months old. 2 goad well bred One extra good yearling: jack, bladk Neuralgia S. M. SANDERS & CAMPBELLSVILLE, Cft Vk. KENTUCKY. hands, remedy that will penetrate the flesh. BALLAED'S SNOW LINIMENT possesses that power. Subbed in, here the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suffering land re- ' . wBCT;'"T-Trj- of the face, shoulder, or feet requires a powerful with white, points. 3 good, milch cows, 7 -- ygars old, and sojne goo.dfl anxk2 year ojsheifers;, " I stpre jwrmaUcoadJrJpm& "" ? " .ww Paull Drug Ct. Adv. OORTEZ" AND"!' AfcrSANDERSr "' S ' -- V ty 8, N . ST'WSaW'tyi-lBBMH- 4 RT 'lR H B H H . i .V I' w r I. HH m M . r ?.-- w J WM-- MK.a v JH B B mmWL MHb Dt U By .':' aj 9 4 4 S A yfc A VlTk..-- . . -- fci .is! BIG ':' v- AUCTION SALE OF I Beaut if u v & '""ii 1 Bu iI d in Lot s IO A M ry i COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER '. " 25th At We have secured a tract of land from N. M. Tutt, in the TLJTT ADDITION of the City of Columbia, Ky., yand.will subdivide same into lots and sell them on the above date without reserve or bvbid. flfvi?) These lots are HIGH, well drained and overlook the town. ' nAi ' Bb LOCATED NEAR THE GRADED -- ItY, CHOOL . & .' ; V.' M3t3 'i' XW) v . xcu "T-wl- l n r A fPn f auu xuuu ouiccto uni Ci fAftfo ixril I Virv u nvfonAl on3 nnm cfirvrvfo vrrill K. u ucucu iu lU;; ouicuuo win uc ArvnnAfl .diavivi o;ui u i i jl UUlJU'. "D .,1 l ' y r : KifiZtiSaiCEiesaaESaS CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS. Columbia Is known far and wide for its Schools and Churches. The L. W. T. S. and the Graded School are among the best schools to be found anywhere. Five churches, representing the five lead- ,i ine denominations are located within easyreach of these lots. f ,- REAL ESTATE Is advancing. Now is the time for a poor man to own his own home, for the business man to make money on his investment, '. and for the country man to move to, town to educatehis children. A". ' . ''- - - i. 1: W. Vr Si " "Wi it!3tl - ;JT . fsP j', - '" ai 4 p.?r s $25.00 A II V 11 ONE GOOD LOT AND A IN CASH m vt s! Brass Band will furnish the music for. the occasion Remember the date and come. m rTm&mmm Aifl'M. mm -- MY. ml. ML mm vP . I fel 4tl t ,. w - "- - M