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Vote Be aTthe Polls. for the Amendment. , -- Mrs. Sam Burdette delightfully enNext Tuesday the voters of Adaic We have been attending the open To go to the polls Nov., 4 and vote This is our last adomination to the ing of the Russell circuit courts for, Democrats of Adair county, before tertained a number of her friends Sat- county, Democrats and Republicans for the Prohibition amendment to our will be given an opportunity to vote State Constitution. Call for, the ex- a number of years, but the largest the election which takes place next urday afternoon. The occasion was a kitchen shower for or against a constitutional amend you want crowd we ever saw in Jamestown was Tuesday. The Republicans are moving Gov. Jas. D. Black Visits Colum- tra ballot and vote "Yes' if men to the State Constitution. If our grand old State forever free from last Monday week. Speaking, and the rapidly over the county in an effort for Mrs. Fred Hill. bia and is Given a Rousing A very pleasing contest was intro- you want the sale and manufacture of already lot sale aided in drawing the crowd, to bring out their full strength. They the terrible curse that has cost us too dearly. If you iail to vote and by the noon hour the public square are claiming the county by a larger duced in which the names of kitchen ardent spirits forever barred from the Reception. for this amendment you may liye to and the streets swarmed with people. majority than they got last Nov- articles played a prominent part. The State of Kentucky vote"yes" on tha Judge Cress, of Monticello, 'was the ember, and they will accomplish prize was won by Miss Lillian Bur- proposition. A Federal regret it. Do your bit by casting this amendment LOCAL DEMOCRATS HIGHLY DELIGHTED. has already become a law, but soma vote, and help to save some moth- first speaker. He opened for the their pumose if Democrats refuse to dette, of Lebanon. The gifts were presented from a time in the future that amendment-migh- t Democrats about 10:30 and spoke un" 'vdte.If a Democrat falls to vote for er's boy from a drunkard's grave! large dish pan to Mis. Hill, rhymes bebe repealed, but if Kentucky til the dinner hour, making a strong the ticket, his action gives the Last Wednesday Columbia swarmed ing made by the donors, the recipient votes to amend her being f alleles and full of dead men's bones. argument in support of the State one with Democrats, their arrival constitution, wa a half vote. There is but also replying in rhyme. A delicious will have the question settled so far way to aid your party in this election, Mr. W. T. Loy, who lives in the ticket. the occasion of Gov. Black's speaking t as this State is concerned. Therefore In the afternoon, Hon. Matt Cohen, the most important one for years. If salad course was served. good Democrat, appointment. Early in the morning Fairplay country, a The following were present: let every voter when he enters hisc they commenced to arrive, and by the became so enthused while the Gover- Democratic candidate for Secretary you believe in Democratic principles G. R. Reed, E. B. Barger, Ed- booth call noon, hour humanity was at work like nor was telling what he expected to do of State, made a thrilling speech, .en- aud want to live under a Democratic for a ballot onths "amendgar Reed, Edwin Cravens, Paul Hughes ment and vote"yes" on the propositions bees in a gum. in the event of his election, hallooed thusing his Democratic friends ,He Governor, go to the election aud vote loudly, "You are the man we want," blistered Mr. Morrow, the Republican for Jas. D. Black and the entire Fred Hill, Mrs. Lena Paull; MIsse When whiskey is forever barred from. Campbells-villGov. Black came from Yic Hughes, Leonora Lowe, Lillian Commonwealth the State will becoma, to this place, accompanied by Mr. and he voiced the sentiment of the candidate for Governor for going over ticket running with him. Burdette and Katie Murrell. audience. more progressive, and will blossom, unwarranted the State, making J. R. Garnett, Democratic candidate Attention Farmers. Taking the address altogether, it statements, and defended his record and bloom as the rose. Every Ken for the State Senate, and three reFor Sale. was one of the most captivating as Commissioner of Agriculture. The Courier-Journa- l, tuckian owes to the rising generation porters, representing the many a speech evidently had a good effecc Wanted,Ge&3e and Ducks. We want the vote, "yes." Evening Post and Evening speeches delivered here for We have about 250 or 300 bbl. of day. One Republican, who lives in James- 2000 head of Geese and Ducks by Nov Times. corn. All kinds of fodder. Call on Ladies. could not at- town, told us that he was supporting 5, 1919. It will pay you to get in touch The party was met with the Cane The Lindsey-Wilso- n John D. Turner, on C. S. Harris farm, Valley Band, near the Cheatham tend the speaking, but the student Gov. Black; that he never in his life with us or one of our Buyers, viz: or fa. i Kassem, near Neat's Store. Entire new line of midwinter milll Bridge, and a long train of Columbians body and some of the teachers march- voted for a Morrow and that he never Alvin Burton, W. R. Taylor, Ray nery ready for your inspection Thursand.Adalr county citizans, ladies and ed down to the Christian Church and would. At the conclusion of Mr. Strange, J. C. Reece, Frodge and Reece stood in line with flags waving, while Cohen's address Congressman Robslon and Luther England for Columbia We were sorry to learn that Mr day, Oct. 30th, with a guarantee that; gentlemen in automobiles, fifty-twin number, escorted the Governor the Governor passed with uncovered took the stand and told the peo- delivery, C. C. Taylor for Russell John R. Luttrell, a substantial friend the prices and styles will suit each; ple of Russell what he was doing in Springs delivery. of this paper, and a hustling business and every one. Call and see them. to the Jeffries Hotel. Here he head. Miss Julia Eubank. Yours truly. Congress to secure appropriations for man of Font Hill, Russell county, was met by a reception committee Very Important. S. H. Grinstead & Co., Inc. the improvement of the Upper Cumiost his spoke factory and about a composed of elderly gentlemen, and Successful Operation. W. H. Shipp Local Mgr. berland. He also spoke for his State thousand dollars worth of spokes by for three quarters of an hour the every voter say "Yes" to the ticket. That fire rtcently. His total loss was about Governor was kept busy shaking hands Prohibition amendment to our State Miss Mary Miller, of this place, five ttiousaud dollars. Mr. Luttrell The lot sale, put on by the Henry with his supporters. Married:Sunaa). Constitution next Tuesday. Call for Reality Company, was a success. did just like friends expected he would daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Miller, , The representatives of the daily pathe extra ballot and cast it in If we Eleven acres, lying to the left of die do As soon as the smoke cleared who h?s been bothered .with goiter on pers, who have been going over the Last Sunday afternoon Misi EtBe away he went to Cincinnati and pur; her neck for several years, had it rewe vote against it. If we pike as you enter Jamestown, were State, reporting, informed The Adair fail to vote Conover, sister of John aud Mont. chased new machinery, and in a few moved in St. Anthony Hospital, County Sews that it was the greatest vote against it we set at nought the laid off into small building lots and cry of every mother and daughter, they were all sold. The highest price Conover, and Mr. Jas. Grasham drove days the familiar whistle will be. Louisville, last week. Her mother, political demonstration that had every noble son paid for a single lot was 8175. The to the residence of Eld. Z. T. Williams heared in the same place of business. father, and brother, Dr. O. P. Miller come under their observation since the Singed, and wife, were with her in the city-H- er company paid $2,800 for the land, and where they were United iu marriage. campaign opened The bride is a niece of Eld. Z. T. Notice. Pastors of County, many friends will be glad ta in disposing of it in the manner as The crowd was so large that GovWilliams and is one of Adair county's learn that the operation was successabove stated, it made quite a sum of ernor Black was asked to speak in the Honors Go to Columbia. best young women. The groom is an The sale advertised by Cortez and ful, and in a very short time she will money. This sale may be the cause of open, but his throat was in such con d be able to return many dwelling's going up in James- industrious farmer and stands high L. M. Sanders for Oct. 23, was hom. dlticn that he could not comply. He Last Friday and Saturday night town. among his many friends on account of raia until Sat stated that he was making two speech Large audience? are ''attending tha there "were four lively basket ball urday Nov. 1, 1919, upon that date An electric plant and concrete walks es a day, and to speak out would utservices at the Christian church. games played in the High School will put Take Notice. we will offer to the highest and best this old historic town on the terly ruin his voice. Gordon Bennett is delivering inE.d Gym, this place. Friday night the bidder. The folio wing discribed prohighwey to lasting prosperity The hour for the address was 1 games S. F. & A. L. Eubank selling teresting sermons and the song serclosed as follows: perty. o'clock, and by 12:30 the agents for the Maxwell Motor Car. vice is very inspiring. Qnhe meeting Our New Line. Columbia Athletic Club vs Mt. Veriee 10 head of choice mare mules, well was The bell was will continue through this week; All kinds of Vehicles, auto and buggy non High School, the ssore standing mated. 2 pair coming 3 year old. rung at the appointed hour, and in accessories. and if the interests demands, it may 24 to 10 in favor of the local Athletics. 3 pair coming 2 year old, 2 well bred Shoes, Rubber footwear, Underten minutes all the seats in the court go into another week. Eld., Bennett TIOLENE "The oil that's e'ean Graded School, same night vs Brod-hta- wear, jennets with with white points. work Shirts, Hats, room was taken and the side rooms Med is not a stranger in this community, High School, the score standing Caps, and all other kinds of merchan- Ford special Tiolene 75c a gal. One of these Jennets has a sorrel filled, and every place where a man having been in meetings heretofore in ium Tiolene 90c a gal. You are pay39 to 13, in favor of the Graders. dise. Jack colt three months old. One good could stand was filled. ing 80c to 81.00 for oil you don't know. this place, and he is very much liked. Saturday night the Graded School yearling Jack,black with white points, Union Store. Cane Valley. At the sound of the gavel every body plajed Mt. Vernon, Inner tubes 30x3 S2 50. Best quality 3 the score standmilch cows some one and two year became quiet and the program started. Hats. Hats, Hals. 30x3J S2 75. You are paying $3 00 to 14. Same night tha Athleting 20 to old heifers. About 50 barrels of corn. Mn G. R. Reed, Chairman of the 83.25 for tubes not so good. The Loi Sale. x ics played Brodhead, the score standAbout 6 pounds of hay. some farming Democratic Campaign Committee, iu Ten dozen new shapes in assorted ing 29 to 6 in favor of the Athletics. Columbia Lodge.No. 96, F. & A. M., tools consisting of turning plows, a very appropriate address, thanked colors and styles. Come and see them. The games were the cleanest ever The Henry Realty Company put on will meet on Friday evening Novem- double shovels, wheat drill, cultivator, the audience for turning out in such played All the new novelties in Trimmings. in Columbia, the visiting teams its lot sale, in this place, last Monday ber?. There will be work in the farm wagon etc. large numbers; that he believed Miss Julia Eubank. acquitted themselves in a most adAbout ten acres of land had been third degree, and it will be conferred Cortez & L. M. Sanders. he knew the meaning of their purchased of Mr. N. M. Tutt, near by a. team from Glensfork Lodge. mirable manner, as to deportment. W. D Bradshaw, a well kown stock presence, and that himself and the put on by the Gradeu School building, and it Bro. H. K. Walkup will deliver the The pole climbing contest, dealer of Georgeco.vn, a native of other members of the committee apBenry Reality Compauy, last Saturday Jersey Heifers. was laid off in lots, 30 by 120 deep, ecture on the carpet. Members of afternoon, furnished quite alot of Adair county, reached Columbia last preciated their coming. He closed by Next Monday, county coart. I will making a few over 100 lots. They were sister lodges are invited, and a special Friday. A day or two before arriving introducing Mr. J. R. Garnett, Demo amusement. A greased pole was offer 10 Jersey cows for sale to the all sold to different parties, Mr. Tutt invitation is extended to all Master planted upon the public square and a here he bought 84 head of cattle from cratic candidate for the State Senate, highest bidder. This will be the last buying f of them. The lots Masons who have not received the Hobson & Pendleton, Greensburg. In who, in a short but splendid speech, five dollar bill pinned at the top, the chance for a person to buy a superior averaged about $30 each. MariOn connty he bought 74 head lecture. introduced Gov. Black. one who would climb the pole and get milch cow. The Cane Valley band rendered muand in Adair county he purchased 33 When the Governor arose he was it, it would be his. Quite a number sic as the saie progressed. It is likely J. B. Barbee. take Notice. head. He paid for the above $9.50 to greeted by tremendous applause. He made an effort, but whsn they had some nice cottages will be erected in $10.50 per. hundred; vThe cattle spoke about one hour and twenty minreached half way up they would slide Weddings. kthis addition The free lots were to Georgetown. I will not receive cain for sorghum to the ground. Finally Marvin Young utes, reciting the many achievments drawn by a son of Mr. Ed Sinclair and at my mill after November 1st. accomplished by the Democratic parcame forward, went to the top and The buildings at Lindsey-WilsoLast Thursday, the 23 Inst., Miss Mr. Ed Phelps, one each. L. Akin. ty, State and national. His eulogy on of the have been greatly improved inside got the bill, amid the shouts Ethel Moore, a popular teacher of President Wilson was beautiful, and and out. The dormitories have been, Adair county, and Mr. L. E. McWhort-e-r, Fertilizer 18 per cent, acid, 51. 45 J Mr. J .D. Todd was avery familiar crowd. at each mention of the President's repainted and new furniture has of Mansville Taylor county, were per hundred at Hutchison Poultry figure at the speaking. About eight name there was prolonged applause. Don't Worry. taken place of the old, making rooms, married, on the pike, this side of Green House, Columbia. months ago he returned from Taylor He stated, that if elected, he would as comfortable as well kept homes.. Union Store, Cane Valley, Ky. county to Adair, and from now an he river bridge, by Eld. Z. T. Williams. give the people a clean administration, Don't wear your old hat when you The buildings are also well watered, -tf .will be a worker in every election fot and would correct any evil that should price of and the drinking water .is as fine as For Sale. any can buy a new one for half the W. H. Flowers and Ernest Flowers the Democratic party. If there is come to his knowledge He spoke of one made over. Call and I will sur- ever came from under the earth. precinct. Jim will went to Louisville last week and put disaffection in his Judge Bethurum's offer to withdraw prise you with my line and piices. A Clinton Upright Piano. learn ofdt and smooth matters before Hon.Clem Huggins.wlll speak in Cotheir Burley tobacco on the market. Mr. Morrow from the race if it could Miss Julia Eubank. Mrs J. A. English, Columbia, Ky. the election. lumbia next Monday in the interest o ' They had eighteen hogsheads and it be proven that he (Morrow) wrote a Beginning November 2, the Red theDemocratic tlcket.He is one of the sold, the lowest, hogshead bringing letter to the Department, protesting Mrs.. Daisy Hamlect has purchased of Mrs. Ernest Garvin $13.50 per hundred and the highest Cross drive will start in the United best speakeri in the State, and he has' against the pardoning of the Grant The remains the property, on Burksville street, ' Local workers in Adair an interesting story to tell. You caaT county tobacco growers. He Bald that were disinterred here last Monday and $64.50. where she resides from Dr. James States. removed to Brodkside cemetery, week, the not afford to miss hearing this gifted 9).e charge had been proven that such Taylor. The consideration is private. county will be busy for a All who are contemplating buying Mr. M W. Wallace, was speaker. a letter had been written by Morrow, of the base homes in length of the drive. an automobile, should see the Little .Tlis is one but that he did not ask Judge Bethur-un- i the undertaker. . We learn that the new bank Jat Our paper will not be' published next Overland 4, before buying. I have a Columbia. to withdraw him from the race ; Wednesday, as we will Cane Valley will open sometime dur week 'until Last Sunday afternoon , Miss Ruth demonstrator at my Garage. Call but he believed that the people Sam Burdette sold 24 mules in Alwant to give the result of the election ing the coming month. Preparations Epperson and Mr. U. S, Cravens and. see this car. Ethel would withdraw him the 4th day ofj bany, last Saturday. They brought are being rapidly made, loeking to" G.. M. Stevenson. were married at the home of Eld. Z. iu the next issue. November. from $75.00 to $175 per head. that end. Mr. Demis Xabaak, aa T. Williams, this city. The above Born, to the wife of Ben Jeffries, J. B. Barbee sold fifteen Jersey cows excellent business aas, wilt be tha All the statements thab Mr. Morrow named couples have the best wishes of Huntington, W. Va., a daughter1 Communion services at Uaioa.-nex- t &as been making about the waste of at Russell Springs, last Saturday at cahkrL aa4 Mr. LaHa TaaaaaBa . ,. their many friends. Sunday. Other- - important Church aa average of seO.LO per head. . . Marguerite Omelra. money at Fraakfort, the .tax question, influential faraear, will be tba JPwai-de' matters.wlll ooawxip. , Adair has axandi-dat- e books, Bingham 'utfherltaDCe Remember that school ATMtered aaa saoka at tha court, ...Asegio speaker, is Ailing several for the State Senate in tha per: tax, etc., eta, were taken up and ia tha- iatareat "IXJjajpaoM&i shaaM rata I heWSatarday apoohitmenljs. in AdairMuntitbt iVota aarlyaad rata'the Deaw&Stia shown tiuA the deelaratloas.of ,tbe e- - son. of IfXnJ. R. Garnets- - Hte' fiimi1 ipe'raicaf ' S,v' :r. tl 'JbigabUpi irty. .MytA tlokrt. t.t. CH 1MC aatanwr uwmwimn n GejBr4JMta aiargr vote. jafcUM eajwUiata-ia- r ns Mes-dam- es e lX-- 2t o c. pos-pone- 'court-auditoriu-m well-fille- d. d fine-Shirt- 1-- tf one-hal- wera-shippe- d n, 1- 6. Camp-beli'svill- e. -- aaaradiThi ... flaf h'i "-- ', nt. - r"r ft? rv-J t-- r-j "V, j - . j io-zi-- ni? ADAIR OUNTYNEWS MOTES ON ADAIRi'lrirriZ,! cubu !.- jWMBSSI 1 mmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m m w.w.w.w them in the state of Illinois. I fgS COUNTY. They were in a cabin at night, I Rg - ft young lady was sitting JjJ) and the bs John ayrob Steele upon Fleehart's knees, with her ffijft arms encircling his neck, xoung No. 38. Maddox and Fletcher crept silently up to the cabin, and taking THE HARPES. deliberate aim through crevices Governor Garrard had, by a the wall, fired upon and killed proclamation, offered a reward in Stigall and Fleehart. o tiiree hundred dollars for the Little Harpe, after escaping jracrest and delivery of Big Harpe LeeDer and his party, made his to the authorities. Under the sperms of the proclamation. way into western Tennessee, where he attached himaelf to the Leener and his associates were celebrated free booter, robber i.Tiat able to secure the reward, and murderer. Mason, who --becasiBe in their attempt to arMississippi upon rest him, they had been obliged operated in the the adjoining counriver, and to kill him. On December 16th, try of Tennessee and Mississippi. 1759, the legislature of Kedepredations of Mason and ntucky came to the rescue of The so extenLeeper and his associates, by his followers became sive and alarming, that the Govl&WB'mg an act, directing that the ernor of Mississippi offered a re.'three hundred dollars reward be ward of five hundred dollaas to ,3aid to Leeper, notwithstanding any one, who would capture or tha death of Harpe, in place of kill Mason. Little Harpe deter5iis capture and delivery to the mined to betray his leader and .authorities. to secure the rewarp, Shortly, The murder of Mrs. Stigall W thereafter, while Mason was sitsaad her child and Love occurred ting in a cane brake and count-- on the night of the 20th of A ing the money he had secured 1799, and thereafter, on from a robbery, Little Harpe he 4th day of September, 1799, who do want shot and killed him, cut off his who do want to a fortune in a car, ftShe three wives of the Harpes head and carried it to Washingwere taken before an examining any hil1 I) will NICE. Smooth and easy ton, the then capital of Missisip-p- i gomething ..court and by an order of that Territory, and demanded the eourfc, they were held for trial in has a road up it. We have a few Cars Now in Stock. reward. He was therejrecogniz-b- y .he district court for Logan coun-- i one, who had suffered a robly, and were thereafter removed bery at the hands of Mason and Teey were tried i to Russellville. his followers. He was, further, cak Eussellville. before Judge identified by a scar upon his body, ."Stephen Ormsby, upon the ancbwas taken, condemned and charge of being the accomplices executed for one or the other of .&i their husbands in the murder his Another at the Stigall house, but the trial the crimes. the career version of end of of Little .resulted in their acquittal. Moses Harpe fixed New Orleans as the .Stgall, at the time of the arrest piace of his detection, trial and v.of the women, was upon the point execution. )f murdering them, but was There is neither history nor from doing so by the fcf&reats of others, who were pre- tradition regarding the wife of sent, that they would not suffer Little Harpe after her liberation ih murder of the women in their from the Russellville jail and her cprcsence, and at the trial, at Rus- - escape from the vengeance of .sellviUe, Stigall and some of his Stigall, until aftjer the death of .associates were present and again Little Harpe, when she became caught to murder the women, the wife of a planter in Mississip3rh.ea Judge Ormsby, realizing pi and the mother of several chilvhat would be their fate, when dren, who afterward occupied protection of the court should positions of respectability in (he removed, although the trial society. It is not known, whether 'resulted in their acquittal, order-- . she ever joined Little Harpe fid them to be committed to the after his flight from Kentucky. If you contemplate buying a Sapphires and Diamonds. ;jail, wkich was done. However, The fact that the wife of Litcar and want a good one at a reaWE ARE FISHING FOR FAVORS Redirected Major William Stew-.arf- tle Harpe married in the state of The sapphires is probably not sonable price, call on or write who was the sheriff of Lo- - Mississippi was vouched for by as valuable as the diamond, J Woodson Lewis, Greensburg, Ky. county, to remove the women Major William Stewart, the sher jgan roughly speaking, although com-- , AS BAIT WITH nightfall to a place of safe- - iff of Logan county, in the year .after is difficult, owing to taste HENRY W. DEPP, .ty and to protect them from Sti- - 1799, and who knew her well, but parison arid to the differing in color, ;.gall and his associates. The whose singularity of character DENTIST inand disposition was greatly not- values as size increases. For .sheriff removed them, by night stance, the price of a diamond Am permanently located in Co rom the jail and hid them, at ed, and he always positively relumbia. We have resolved to make our service so rises in proportion to the square the. first, in a depression in the fused to tell the name of her stone All t of its weight, a necessary to every owner of a car that whenClasses of Dental work done. Crow aground, but afterwardsjin a cave husband, and, as a reason for it, much as bringing four times as dfte and Inlay work a Specialty.' ever you need any kind of sphere he' supplied them with said that it would only bring add one of one carat. (Let me All Work Guaranteed food and concealed them, until shame upon her children, who 151 carats equal one ounce that .Stigall and his associates had ta- - were persons of respectability. Office: next door to post office. uapc. jonn weeper uvea to a Troy weight.) iken their departure. Nothing You will just naturally think of us first. We further of the wives of Big great age in Hopkins county. Great Bargain. Have No Chance to Forget. where he died. He was reputed want you to think of our service as the .Harpe is remembered. to have been an excellent citizen, 'illhe energy and determination One Ford touring car for sale, honest, brave and truthful. Three separate invitations are vof Stigall in the .pursuit ot the good as new. Six tires, four of usually sent to guests in China. Those who assisted him in the jHarpes after the murder of his them new. Fine Mohair top pursuit of Harpe, with the exdispatched several mfe and child are admirable, speedometer, tire rack, shock ab- The first is 99 ception of Stigall, were reputed chest, etc. For days before the banquet, the :and his vengeance upon Big sorbers, tool to have been good citizens, who further information see second on the day itself, as a re,Harpe excusable, but the tradminder and the third about an Count Stults did their respective parts to re itions of the country have To accomplish this we STICK to the JOB aim as a bad and desper duce the wilderness to the subhour before the sitting down to until it is done RIGHT. Givs us FIRST TRIAL. Put Character Above All. ate character, and his attempt to jection of man, and make it the table. We'll Get Tha Rest. o miurder the wives of the Harpes blossom as the rose. unhappy, puny exhibits a trait, which he had in To Be Continued One of the sayings of the late Wormy children are sickly. They can't be otherwise and .examon with the Harpes. Sev- J. P. Morgan that will be re- while worms eat away their strength seal years afterward, one Joshua Tht Chevrolet is a car of beau- membered after his art col- vitality. A few doses of WHITE'S F(aehart eloped with a young la- glories are forgotten, CREAM VERMIFUGE performs a ty and the smoothest runner on lection's HORD & HUTCHISON, dr whose family name wasMad-MEn- d 'I will loan any amotnt of money transformation. Cheerprice is in reach to a man of character, but noth- marvelous Stigall assisted him in the road, The Formerly Gowdy's Stable. Comer Mam and Depot Streets. fulness, strength and the rosy bloom repute no of health speedily return. Sold by and accompanied of the poor man. Write Wood- ing to a man of bid Campbellsville, Kentucky. MdlDrugCo) Adv son Lewis, Greensbiirf ,' Ky: matter what his security. brother of the young Mm. inu w THE CHEVROLET m A Car of Beauty. Graceful Streamliness L Au--iu- st, MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL but not invest Persons pull riding that REAL AT that We keep a Full Line of Parts at all Times -- de-sterr- ed WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. iMiilMMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiieiiiiiiieii SERVICE c, two-cara- CAR REPAIRS I "SATISFACTORY SERVICE ed The "SERVICE" Garage ( Proprietors, fcoaeat A .) 'v. j1 - TH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 52 ECZEMA Hnsi'a Salve, tonaerly eaOe Bsnt'a Cars U cnaranseed to top aaa peraasntly cute tm terrible Itching. It la for Va. tmxpoee yew moaer '"ill be promptly reinnuea wiimt uuwbm com-vosad- ed fr -- 444444444444 WHERE TO BUY a4 h? JJEgS I eaxro am iicni-Kte.Hcmnnjww,imra,em egaay other ttla aim w HO box. tn hT i Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. THE WAR AGAINST WILSON. YOUR 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Usco' 'Pla . Republicans are insisting not only on fighting the present campaign on State issues, but on making those issues the issues of four years ago, when the people, after due deliberation, decided that whatever the faults of Owsley Stanley they preferred him to Ed Morrow. It is not possible for them, however, to avoid the consequences of Republican war on the President in the United States Senate. The animus of that fight against Clothing, Hats, Caps m0 W LADIES' DRESS GOODS. t IP' oee me 1 C ail 1 dis? mom 9. 5 0mf UNDERWEAR fm The 'Nobby is a big rough jff husky fellow. The tire they are all talking about. .. AND NOTIONS. President Wilson is stated suc- J A great road gripper a sure cinctly but powerful in the adnon-skidd- er and non- dresses of Congressman Alvin W. Barkley as chairman of the slipper0 Democratic State Convention when he said : Makes easier riding and easier "And then when this army had driven the army back at Belleau driving. More safety, more comWood, at IChauteau Thierry, at more mileage. Pismes, at St. Mihiel, in the Forest and all the other immortal spots where American is a United States Tire, blood sanctified the soil of France, and that enemy with whicn means none better. Just broken sword and flag of truce sued for peace on terms laid our roads. down by the Commander-in-Chie- f of that victorious army, we see these same Republican sustainers and upholders seeking to discredit the President of their country in a foreign land, where he had gone amid the grateful acclamations of a burNext dened world to help restore the peace of nations and gather up again the fragments of civilization. We see them by every contemptible device which demagogues display seeking to hinder, to thwart, to intimidate, to 1 belittle and discredit the Presionltry Remedy B Ynu can make 12 f X S dent of this great nation in the a m Feallons of the best OV , hope that his efforts to vindicate poultry tonic known ! with a 60c bottle of GDlS Poultry RcauJj BtmUa the cause for which our nation Cures and prevents Capes, lim- fought might come to naught. Dernect, cnoiera, roup ana other destructive poultry diseases. Atdruistg,orby And when, after months of mail postpaid. weighty counsel and profound Boertta Rtmerj (a. Ledntton. Kr. deliberations among the repreSold by the Jefferies Hardw are Store sentatives of those who had won the war, the greatest peace treaty ever penned since man AfiOUM) TEE WOUhi ascended from the depths of savagery and laid before the world WITM THE AMEKiW-for its approval, we see that CROSS. same group of envious men seekliininr Port P.mQ5. "A '$J JUH1UI tluU uiuuwi ' ing to emasculate it and tear its vitals to shreds while the world waits over a volcano for the return of peace." I The people of Kentucky want that treaty ratified. They want We Know United StatesTires are GOOD Tires That's war made as nearly impossible Why We Sell Them. as may be for the future. For that reason they favor the League of Nations. Mr. Morrow as quoted by William C. Shin-nicone of the most reliable and dependable newspaper men Columbia, tTMQAAT in the State, seems to be against EALNOVyJL, KENTUCKY. it. The people will decide whether it is an issue November 4th when they elect Governor JAMESTOWN, KENTUCKY. Black, who favors the treaty and 1 the League, over Mr. Morrow, Early In the participation of the who "seems to be" against. world war, the enough fa AH Wool Cotton Blankets Ar-gon- ne fort Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports Phone No. 12. 'Nobby' .right for United States Tirs are Good Tires Albin Murray Kentucky Door to "1 Columbia, 4 The Adair County New Office. 4" & OO f9 " &'& Wtb.VfA. f&m vILaF s Bourbon m tewmmw mill "T . -- m8 S'sSsSi -- V "If avl.. ? . j I;.-:-- - .. ..v .v-'tmb- -- iVKi. r - WHilEIII :' JHKSrv m Sold By .S -- FLQUE COLUMBIA; KY:-z- MYERSBARGh COMPANY WHOLESALE AND-RETAI- Vs"T-- MYERS:BARGERltf MILLERS ( FLOUR IS THE STAFF qu OFLIFF -- THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE ,ir ears I in the mill Dusiness .1 PUREST. . i .l ii enaDis us to maxe jne.very 'rireT ana deo i i' We don't use anything but r the .best of wheat in ii t v m making our Flour. k, W. E. NOE and G. M. STEVVERNON HOLT, s We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere.. " la v 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 bn -- (Mr mt r i JHMMsT" UNDERTAKER. THE PEOPLE'S OPPORTUNITY. Kentuckians have never in their lives had a finer opportunity to do the State a real service than they will have November 4. No candidate of any party ever measured up to a higher standard of citizenship than Governor James D. Black. A Christian gentlemen, whose life has been an open book; respected and esteemed by his neighbors without regard to party; a lawyer of ability and a successful bwioeee man, bis candidacy I keep on hands I also keep Metallic a full itocfe of coffins, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. day. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. Cotumbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, G should aDpeal to those Kentuck ians who hold the welfare of the State above any party and espeically to those who have fought the battles of Democracy for so many years. Governor Black has been a Dertocrat in a section of Kentucky where men I were Democrats solely from prin ciple. He is entitled to the vote of every Democrat in Kentucky. He should get the vote of every .i i. IF friA "lnaepenaenu xi. uc rinaa TriSTthe doom of the Republican mil lionaire combine is assured- Noveraber 4th. 1 uo - United States In the .JAt R American Red Cross perceived the value of mobilizing the school children of the country and the Junior Red Cross was organized. Before the war enended nine million children were helped In the war fund rolled and r and membership campaigns, in cnay-terelief supplies and production of manufacturing furniture for the refugees whose homes and household goods were destroyed. Children everywhere in the Unitedto the call to servci.f.c i erirtori hv President Wilson as head of the American Red Cross. This photograph Is that of an of young Japanese member Capital, Surplusjand Undivided Profits Over One the Junior Red Cross of Spokane, Wash., starting out on the ambitious Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Aent CeaioiUe:!UBd Trustee. aa4 eaa, && undertaking of collecting "a mile of as sucb in any Covmfcy 1h tbelStik.". pennies" for war relief. A comprebeing Paya 3feer cent' cet Ahbh ob Time DeseeitsS. hensive peace program is now Cress, ftrkP.1 out for the JwiHKed A, criXIM? 3W. whiefete belRg.held Intact. ,. - JOWSTITBB. pVeflt. ' ANBMOAGRAY.Tm. i We Solici Your Paron age. Z MYERS-BARGECO., The Louisville Trust Cft lotjisviijle" Kentucky: - MHHroMftr J V: t .. I' 4- 4kir Coarvty " THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gov. Black spoke in Campbells-- 1 ville Wednesday night, after leaving Columbia. An immense greeted him. Every crowd available room in the large courtroom was taken, and hundreds could not get in. It looks like ment given to the public, backed PHblisaed On Wednesdays. by the Cabinet, declares the coal strike unlawful and the interest skfil Gokm6iai Keivtacky- of the public will be protected, 4 d.E.MURRELL, Editor. it matters not the cost. MRS. DAISY HAMLBTT, -- hevJs President Wilson in a state- saai.i lAa 3- .- - M. .T VI- - 'I IB IT lilWIIMII IM II Mill I M.MMI MM aaasnrxs JT -. - C .1- King Albert and his wife will the Democrats in this part of the Democratic nevrpaper devoted to the Interert not be entertained at the White State are alive to duty. tie City of Columbia sad the people of Adair House on account of the PresiadJetelBK counties. dents illness. They will be enINDEPENDENTS FOR BUCK by Vice President and as second tertained Entered at the Coluxnba William C. Shinnick, one of the matter. Mrs. Marshall at their residence. IiBbuD ablest of the younger news writIf Senator Lodge had bade this ers of Kentucky, who has been WED. OCT, 29. 1919. vain world of tears farewell two following Edwin P. Morrow on Subscription Price let and 2nd! Postal Zone years ago, his name would have his speaking itinerary, says that St50peryer. been written in history 2 a one of after talking with the voters in All Zones beyond 2ndJ$2.00 pcrfyear A J Subscription due and Payable in Advance this country's great men. His po- the different towns he has visit sition against a world wide peace ed, that he is convinced that the DEMORATlCTICKET. has knocked him as flat as a independent voters are for Gov ernor Black and he will get every flounder. FOR GOVERNOR Democratic vote, as he has found There .is but one way that JAMES D. BLACK, no disaffection anywhere. With Governor Black and the other of Knox County. the large and respectable body of members of the ticket can be de- independents who hold the inFOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR ' feated, and that is for DemoWm. h. shanks, terests of the state above any crats to remain at home on the party - rA. of Lincoln County. for him,it would seem that day of the election. Governor Black has his election FOR STATE AUDITOR cinched. 'HENRY m. bosworth, Kentucky" is Democratic by i fof Fayette County. Democrats, however, should thirty thousand votes when the take nothing for granted. There ;FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL party votes out. An effort will is no earthly reason why any FRANK E. DAUGHERTY, be made to get out every man on Kentucky Democrat should vote of Ne"lson County. the day of the election. for a man like Ed Morrow against FOR SECRETARY OF STATE such a man as Governor Black. MAr S. COHEN, President Wilson has greatly There is, on the other hand, every of Fayette County. improved since our last statement reason why Governor Black FOR CLERKjCOURT OF APPEALS of his condition. He is now should get every Democratic vote '.'JOHN A. GOODMAN, writing documents, and in a in the State. In the event of a of Todd County, measure looking after the affairs vacancy in the United States .COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE of his office. Those who are in Senate from Kentucky the Gov JOHN W. NEWMAN, close touch with him say he will ernor elected Nov, 4th will have of Woodford,County. be out in a very short time. the appointing power. If that FOR STATE TREASURE HENRY F. TURNER, The department of justice has Governor is Black the Senator of Ballard County. notified the beet sugar refiners appointed will be a Democrat FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION that a charge for sugar in excess who will uphold the President in ".' ' L. E. FOSTER, of 10 cents a pound wholesale will his great welfare work for all calamity it . of Christian County. be considered a violation of the the world. If by any ; FOR STATB SENATOR. . food control act of the United should be Morrow who appoints .'19thjSenatorial District States. The equalization board a Senator, to fill a vacancy, 'that J. E. GARNETT has held that 11 cents is a fair re- Senator can be depended on to f. of Adair County. vote and work with the tail price. Post-offiPenrose-Lodge-Borah-Johnson Mgr. -- THE US 5 VERS AL CAR r 111 The Ford One Ton Truck is one of the sure business utilities, and likewise just as big a necessity on the farm. Farming is surely a business proposition wherein success depends upon economical mathods with chinery. 'The Ford Truck will prove a great economy on the farm. The marvel is "how the farmer has got along without it all these years 7 It is a servant that serves, always ready and alwals economical. Price $550, without up-to-date body, f. o. b. Detroit. ? us agreeing to use nothing The parties listed below have signed up with ed as regular service stations: but Genuine III Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. Therefore, they have' been appoint- A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. 111 THE BUCHANANLYON CO., Incorporated COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY, Bsssr W md i 3 II II i a amj smaller acreage than usual will be sown here. Mr. J. W. Emerson, of Liberty, was here Thursday on business. Mrs. Sarah Cooper vistied friends at Russell Springs a few days, of last week. Mr. Berc Butcher a prominent farmer of Liberty, was here last week. Mr, John Bullock TIME FLIES Yestesday is Gone. To-morr- ow is Fleeting. Never Comes. To-da- y ! ' FOR MAGISTRATE 7th MagisteriaUDistrict,' H. A. WALKER. No man has done more for the V Democratic ticket in this canvass than John B. Coffey. He is a Vote early and vote the Dem- clear headed and he has been ocratic ticket. diligent from the day the Rally, Democrats and vote campaign opened 'until this hour, and he will fight until the polls ;your precinct clean. closes. With him has been the A Democrat who does not vote local campaign committee, headin this election gives the Republi- ed by G. R, Reed, who have left nothing undone, and a large vote cans a half vote. is confidently expected. Mr. Morrow has repeatedly refused to meet Governor Black in This is our last issue before the a joint discussion on the issues. election. In our next, which will "Yet he claims to be a debator. be printed on Wednesday, the result will be announced. Tom cora reliable This is our last issue before Crumwell, the election. We again urge respondent of the Cincinnati Enevery Democrat in Adair county quirer, has taken several straw votes, covering over a hundred to vote next Tuesday. counties in the State, and that Senator Beckham and Con- votex shows that Black wili he majority. gressman Barkley are drawing elected by a good Jarge crowds at their appoint- Democrats, however, should not rely on the statement of any man, ments over the state. and say," oh, well, there is Papers claiming to be Demo- no particular need of voting; cratic and have not a word to say Black will be elected." The in commendation of the State thing to do is to vote, every man ticket, should be given the grand of you, and make his majority as large as possible. ;Ood bye. -- Gen. Jas. Garnett was elected Grand Scribe of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky last week. In two more years he will be elected Grand High Priest. Again, we appeal to the Democrats of this county to vote " for Mr. J. R. Garnett for the State Senate. He is. worthy, Trail qualified, and would make a diligent Senator, one who would doeely watch the intemt of the An old time Democratic rally and barbecue will be held at GreenBburg next Saturday. The speakers will be Congressman Scott Farris, of Oklahoma, and Senator John S. Williams, of Mississippi, and Hon. H. V. of this State. A rec ord breaking crowd is expected.. A brass band will furnish the music One of the favorite to be rendered is entitled, "Republican Office Seekers; Mc-Chean- ey, ,ge-lectio- ns JSftrict m - , Tk.Btck Seats," . - --. traveling salesmen, of Somerset, was here Wednesday. Mr. Riley Withers has opened L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, a second line clothing store here, -Columbia, Kentucky. he is doing a lively business. obstructFont Hill spoke mill owned by ionists, to do all they can to em- was destroyharass and harass the President Mr. John R. Luttrell ed by fire Friday night, it is resolely for political effect. ported 4,000 spokes were burned Let every Democrat in Kenwith no insurance. tucky get to the polls Nov, 4th Vote "Yes" on This Ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4. Your Party Hasp-prove- d A number from here attended This Amendment in Its Platform Adopted at Louisville. Be and cast his vote for a man of the sale of James Cravens, of Sure You Get This Ballot and VOTE IT. clean character, high integrity Webbs X Roads Thursday. and noble purpose, whose sole W. N. Emerson bought a fine CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 2 ambition is to serve his people horse of J. M. Richardson Thurs"Are you in favor of the proposed amendment, well as Governor. to tMe constitution of the Commonwealth of Kenday, price private. : 'After June 30, 1920, the manufactucky, ture, sale or transportation of spirituous, vinous, Sylyester Roy left Saturday, malt or other intoxicating liquors, except for sacTHE PEOPLE'S OPPORTUNITY. for Rantoul, 111., where he will ramental, medicinal, scientific or mechanical purposes, in the Commonwealth of Kentuckj, Is husking. corn hereby prohibited. All Sections or pasts thereof The Mayfield Messenger says remain until after of the Constitution, insofar as they may be inconMr. Henry Smith and "wife, sistent with this Section are hereby repealed Kentuckians have never in their and nullified. The General Assembly shall enforce relatives at Russell visited lives had a finer opportunity to this Section by appropriate legislation?' " Springs Friday. do the State a real service than they will have November 4. A Mr. James Barnett a live stock never dealer, - of this town, was at candidate of any party ROUND THE WOULD WITH- - KL measured up to a higher standard Russell Springs on business Friit a ji ntf v i iivtt- - t, .t Governor day. of pitizenBhip than IKU OLUM. James D. Black. A Christian (i(fi Dr. J. B. Tartar and wife, of Home Service. gentleman, whose life has been Russell Springs were here Saturan open book, respected and day. esteemed by his neighbors without regard to party; a lawyer of Mr. J. S. Stephens a prominent ability and a successful business farmer of Ono, was here on man, his candidacy should appeal business last week. to those Kentuckians who hold Mr. J. R. Lutt rell spent a few the welfare of the State above days of last week in Louisville any party and especially to those and Cincinnati. who have fought the battles of Miss Sarah Luttrell visited democracy for so many years. Governor Black has been a Demo- friends in Pulaski .county, Suncrats solely from principle. He day. is entitled to the vote of every Mr. Beecher Harris, who has Kentucky. He Democrat in resided at Mansfield, III., for the should get the vote of every in past five months, returned home dependent. If he does that the Wednesday. doom of the Republican millionRichardson Bros, have grown aire combine is assured One of the finest constructive activities of the American Red Cross In crop tobacco the largest the war was Home Service in the United States, the friendly connecting link we have seen "for years. The between the soldier far from home and his loved ones. This branch of the PiRt Hill. work which under the peace program of the Red Cross will be expanded to Quality is very good. benefit air who need the assistance itcan provide, Is directed, by scientifically A number from here attended trained social workers. Since iastituted Home Service has assisted 800,000 "The heavy rain which fell here soldiers' and sailors' families. This photograph shows one of the innumerlast Sunday -- will aid the far the opening of circuit court at able Home Service information bureaus where service men.aad their fasaillM could bring their probleaas for solutiea. Monday. ' mers im preparing whft&knd, a Jameetown , .. fc And to keep up with this 20th Century you need a clock that will keep . the Correct Time. Why should 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 nics line of Kitchen, Alarm, and Mantle Clocks. If you need one call and look my line over. - Democrats of Kentucky! to-w- it YESD NOD HKAMbilLAN A -- -- imon u -- a " " ". tn ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PERSONALS ir Zora Wmtrvv continue to prove, gnul unity Mr S T Ha'e Russells Springs, was here a few days since. in . You can be comfortable as well as stylish in a . Red CrossPeace Program Bkjtailed National Leader to Address Chapter Delegates at the State Meeting OCTOR LIVINGSTON Chairman of the Central Committee of the American Red Cross, will visit Lex ington, Ky., Indianapolis, Ind., 'and Cleveland, Ohio, the three states of the Lake Division, on October 20, 21 i opirelfa tpmsFimMmsm (NOT SOLO IN STORE8) VALUABLE FARM Louisville, was at. the Jeffries Hotel Thursday. Mr. evy Hoff, Mrs. Effie Purdy, of Bradfordsvilie V was here the first of the week. G M. Stevenson made a business trip to Toledo, Ohio., last week ,ORSET Dr. J N Page made a business trip to Louisville last week. JohnQ Alexander, was here thb middle of last week, taklnp orders Rev, G. P Dillon, of Madisonviile. visited here and out in Adair last week P. funnaly, of Louisville, to see our druggist last Wedcalled nesday. Miss Lizzie ilears, of Greensburg, had business in Columbia a few days ago Mr. W Mr. Herbert Taylor, Campbellsville, Epent a few das in Columbia last week. was Mr. Ed Helm, Jamestown, registered at the Jeffries Hotel last week. Mr. Buchanan, Campbellsville was here, and heard Gov. Black last Wednesday. Mr. L. L. Penick and Mr. F. T. J-'- which is fitted to your individual needs in your own home by a trained corsetiere. Let me call and explain the possibilities of tasteful, correct dress in a Spirella. You incur no obligation. Telephone or send postcard to D PAR-RAN- FOR SALE Located Near Cane Valley, Adair County Kentucky. It is Known and 22. Chapter chairmen and delegates have been invited by division headquarters to attend these meetings and hear, at first hand, the plan for Red. Cross peace-tim- e far-reachi- service. MRS. GEO. E. WILSON Columbia, Kyj j I - Tina Mo. Cantrill, of Greensburg, .few days ago. Mr. , were here a and Mrs. Leslie Graves, of Campbellsville, were here to attend the. speaking. Creel&horo, Mr. Charles Mann, made a trip to this place the latter part of last week. Messrs J. F. and C. R. Cabell, of Green county, heard Governor Black in this place Jast Wednesday. Miss Nona Powell, of Texas is visit ing relatives and friends in Columbia and out in the oounty. Mr. W. G. Bradshaw, of Georgetown, Ky , was visiting his home people here last week. Miss Lillian Burdette, of Lebanon, spent last week with her brother, Mr. Sam Burdette. Mr. Editor News I want to say after a two months visic at my old home in Adair and adjoining counties, and that I have now arrived back home and I want to thank my friends for their courteous treatment while visiting them. I say my friends from fact they treated me that way. A.ndl want to say I. had a nice time' while at the Casey county fair and that the . people up there treated me fine. After leaving Columbia I stoped off at Athertonville and With Its task not fully performed, the Red Cross is concentrating overseas on relieving after-wa- r conditions, and in caring for men still in service. The traditional responsibility of preparedness to offer relief in times of famine, fire and floods, will be part of the new peace-timservice. In addition, the Red Cross chapters are continuing their organization to include the Public Health, Nursing, Educational Classes in Dietetics, Home Care of the Sick, and First Aid. Home Service to civilian families and community work through the Junior Red Cross organization. The development of Community Health Centers, completely organized, where the official and volunteer agencies can be and brought Into harmonious relations for protecting and promoting community health efficiency, is the big offering of the Red Cross to the people in American communities in carrying out its plan for peace-timservice. Chapters are to supplement and not supplant the efforts of established and effective agencies. In Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, the details of the health center plan will be given to chapter delegates and the public by Doctor Farrand and other National Headquarters officials, at the war-tim- e e e as the Penick Smith Farm I IY1 This Valuable Farm contains 286 acres, all in grass but fifty acres, and fa located as above stated, near Cane Valley, Ky., and is known as one of the best farms in Adair County. On it is a LARGE, DWELLING, in good repair, and three good barns, two tenant houses, and a splendid orchard. The farm is jvell watered, five or six good springs, and a never-faili- ng branch for stock. It is considered a good Blue-gra- ss farm. This sale will take place at the farm ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919, SALE WILL BEGIN AT 9:30 O'CLOCK, PROMPTLY. i m t LIVE STOCK At the same time we HAY will sell 9 good mules, two good brood mares, about and five heifers, 7 milk cows and calves, one good bull, 20 head of yearling cattle, 15 sieeny 2 sows and 14 shoats. 16 stacks of hay, one hundred barrels of corn, one stack of oats, a wagon, buggy, farm machinery, dIcws- harness, Household and Kitchen Furniture. state meeting just 'announced. It. L. Faulkner was with the Taylor county delegation, who heard Gov. Black last Wednesday. Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. G. R. Reed went to Jauestown last Thursday, the former to remain several days. Mr. D. S. Henry and wife, Paris, Mr. Ky., and Garnett Graves, Campbellsville, were here several dajs of last week. Mr. W. H. Eubank, ef Louisville, was here last week, to see his relatives! and mix a day or to with his trip enough for me and I felt friends. Mr. Bartie Hadley, of Ruseeil willing to take their word for county, who was a soldier and went to the rest. and did service in France, was in Columbia last Friday. I visited a man by the name Helps visited Wallace Beard, wife and Red Returned Soldiers little son and sure had a nice In Compensation time while there. And also met Mr. J. N. White ANY returned soldiers do not yet understand that the govHodgens-vill- e while there. I visited ernment furnishes compenthe birth place of-- Abraham sation for mental disabili ties as well as for physical. The Lake Lincoln where I visited the Division headquarters of the Red Lincoln memorial a wonderful CroBS, Cleveland, reports that 3,999 in Ohio, Indiana and building built of granite that it men being treated for mentalKentucky disabiliare may last through ages and keep ties shell shock and other ailments either incurred during the period of for all time the log house in service or resulting from military which the president was born. service. In any part of the country a propThe next place I visited was erly established claim for help of this sort will be met promptly. The simthe Mammoth cave in which I plest way of getting such a claim esspent three hours in its dark tablished is through the Home Service department of the Red Cross. Applidephts. There are four different cation may be made at any Red Cross or routes which the guides show. J- - office, chapter the branch, and it will proper bureau. be referred to But one was enough for me, climbing up and down floating Disaster Relief Work on the under ground river, going Traditional Red Cross Service down to a level of 360 feet below to Be Continued the entrance and then climbing .RBPAREDNESS for disaster re lief on a scale never before posto a point a hundred feet, was sible is being undertaken by Cross T. B. and W. C. SMITH, TINY FARMERETTE BOOSTS FARM HOME iff administrators M d-r-i-- n-k in m jjj W LUCIAN BELL, Columbia, KlIM Kentucky. agent, jgf SI w ' M&& WE INSURE Mesdames W. F. Cartwright, R F. of Jasser Grimes an old relative Rowe and Z. T. Williams attended of mine. the General Convention of the Christ-ia- n The next stop I made was at Church which was held at Cin- cinnati. Presiding Elder S. G. Shelley, Mr. Eugene Rice, John RusseH, Campbellsville, and Rev. W. C. Christie, Greensburg, were here Wednesday, to attend a meeting of District stewards. Mr. W. D. Mullinix, of Jamestown, Tenn., spent last week with his brother, Mr. E. F. Mullinix. He waa accompained to this place by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mullinix, of Cumberland county. Clarksville Tenn. , there I visited E. L. Henson. wife and little son Etmer where I enjoyed myself and had a nice time. The next stop I made was at Tina Mo., where I found folks all well and everything good. With best wishes to all. J. W. Evans Tina Mo. the American Red Cross as one r of the important features of its peace program. Support of this program Tins is Virginia, in her overalls and will be asked in the Third Red Cross blue denim shirt, dressed up like a Call, November Roll Statistics show that since 1900, dis- real farmerette. Virginia has a happy asters of peace-tim- e have brought per- home now, out in the country. But injury to 1,500,000 persons, at there was a time when she knew what sonal the same time destroying property it was to be without a home. She was taken, a homeless waif, to valued at over $1,000,000. During 1917 alone, eighty disasters were aided by the Kentucky Children's Home Society There she was given in Louisville. the Red Cross. prepared- medical care and brought to health, This situation demands a ness for emergency relief and that Is and given the best of care that the. what the Red Cross is to supply. Red attendants at the home could give her Cross chapters everywhere will cre- until a real home with a family was P rrOBACCOVR&AA - IN FARM BARNS' 1. I Better $ See Us Before It Happens; , Keutucky. G. R. RD Columbia, -- p- Mr. Walter Tarter, son of Mr. Great Bargain. and Mrs. A. W. Tarter, who left; here about eJpht years ago, and who One Ford touring car for sale, later entered the army and went to France, reached home last Friday good as new. Six tires, four of night. He appears to be in fineliealth. them new. Fine Mohair.? top, Mr. Robt. M. Grissom, a native of Adair county, and at one time a citizen of Columbia, now located at Elida N. M , arrived last Tuesday, and will spend several weeks with relatives- and friends. Every body was delighted to see him, and he will be given a good time .while here. speedometer, tire rack, shock ab- sorbers, tool chest, etcl For further information see Coont Stulte Have you seen Woodson Lewi is stock of Fall and Winter goods? It would pay you to The Chevrolet will pull any hill come to Greensburg and take a that has a road up it Write took. ' .. M -- Woodson Lewis, Green sbirg. ate disaster preparedness committees found for her. Now Virginia is one of the many tbat will make surveys locating food, hospital supplies, clothing, buildings ? little school girls of the state who is for housing refugees, and will also coins: to help build a home for the canvass for physicians, nurses and homeless. When Virginia was in the social workers prepared to respond In- Children's Home she had to spend most of her time in a Uittle room stantly to emergency calls. the case of great disasters where crowded with other waifs. There was In the resources of the division in which no big, sunny playground, and the the entire re- schoolroom was crowded and poorly It occurs is lief strength of the Red Cross in the lighted and ventilated. There was not country may be mobilized through na- thf- proper amount of hospital equipment to care for the younger babies tional headquarters. Red Cross chapters, division offlce3 who came in. And the furniture and and the national office are planning to surroundings were cheerless, while Virput disaster relief on such a sound ginia waited for foster parents to take her away. basis that it will become nation-widUnder the plan of the school chilin scope, and will assure for all emergencies a swift mobilization and ap- dren of the state, all the children who plication of whatever funds, supplies have homes will he given an opporand experienced workers may be tunity to help build a home for the Kentucky children who have none. It needed. will be a fine, modern institution on a farm near St Matthews, thoroughly equipped with hospital wards, kinderRED CROSS MEMBERSHIP gartens and schoolrooms, and with MEANS clean, airy bedrooms and baths. And, best of all, there will be a blgH The .spirit of service expressed In playground on the farm, with lots of action. fresh air and sunshine; and there will Homes made wretched be cows and chickens, and fresh milk by war, need help. and eggs and vegetables for the kidCommunities at home dles In the new home. That is what need Red Cross Service. the $300,000 will be used for, the fund that the school children of the state 1920 alms to The Red Cross in will raise in the last week of October. complete its war work and to It Is ap "Children's Crusade," and the serve American communities grown-uchlldrea wUT'be allowed .t8 " JOIN THE-REon It and help, too. get in CflOSS We have aft ' helped1 the breach 'h1 Thkct IUH CaM7 Nov. 2-the Belgian children. Now fer tin Keatucky children. over-taxed, iWBi t 1 OIMD THE WORLD WITH SHE AMERICAN EH) CROSS. 4, In Belgium. (" i e D . Hunger, disease and' exposure were sot all that Belgian chil4rft. subjected to, .for 'energy shells' constantly droppd Into what' Uiti country the lavader did nothold, In this f picture Red Cross nurses: are-takiag see-- f the fifty bWB frbra .'the' Americas Red Cross atjwj 'LtcFabae late a'boeah-pree-f stractare as the Germaag opeaed'trc re.tk ' a 11 adairccounty; news iwL..Ta rfiTirn WTrxrs I How Is Mat Cohen Spends Your Moineyl I rjr vfeouqrd- - r o 3 f &&' ?m Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of 'Agriculture and Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, employs more people in his department and spends more money than any other three combined departments of the State government. It Is very Important to the taxpayers, especially the farmers, how this money In three years, Cohen's personal traveling expenses, which you taxpayers pay, have piled up to a total of $4,153.93, an average of $1,3S4.G4 per year. In 1917 he charged you taxpayers $5.00yper day for ten days for attending the State Fair in addition to railroad fare and a hotel and taxicab bill of more than $100.00. Does anybody pay you to visit the State Fair? Touchers on file in the Auditor's office at Frankfort show what Cohen has been doing with your money. Below are a few samples of the extravagance of this man Cohen who, four years ago, solemnly promised you taxpayers to spend your money carefully and economically: reMat S. Cohen .' turn and berth..., $30.95 Hotel Washington (at New Willard) 29.10 Meals en route (2) $2.00; return (3) $3.00; In Washington (6) $6.00.. 11.00 Cab 75c; Taxi 90c; Car 20c; Taxi 60c; Taxi 50c; Car 20c; Taxi 70c; ' 6.55 Car 40c; Taxi 90c; Car 20c; Taxi $1.00 Facts for the Taxpayers of Kentucky K The Right Angle Store RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 TEE-PE- E 2 Ply $2.25 1 spent FLOROID Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. VOUCHER NO. 12512 PAID MAY 11, 1916. Transportation from Frankfort to Washington and , I Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, JStc. ' M. S. Cohen VOUCHER NO. 4341 PAID JANUARY 16, 1919. Mileage Book $30.00; Berth to Washington $3.50 Hotel at Baltimore Hotel at Washington and Berth home Eight Meals at Baltimore $8; 15 Meals at Washington and in $15.00 ' $77.60 $33.50 17.95 22.68 ,- - Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and Rugs FANCY GROCERIE. transit Taxi to and from Depot at Baltimore $2.00; Telegram 45c Street Car fare $2.00; Tais in Washington 90c, 80c, 90c, 70c, 70c, 20c. Telegram . 23.00 2.45 6.80 55 m Furniture, Carpets, $106.93 and Druggets. VOUCHER NO. 13036 PAID JUNE 29, 1917. Mat S. Cohen Fare Frankfort to Chicago.. $19.20 Pullman 2.00 Congress Hotel (Chicago) 10.10 28 Meals 28.00 4.45 Taxi Chicago M ber 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, (State Fair) Fare to Louisville and return.... $ 3.00 Hotel (Seelbach) Rooms, Meals, Wire, Telephone VOUCHER NO. 1941- - -- PAID SEPT. 22, 1917. S. Cohen Expense account for Septem Street Cars Taxi to Train 1.78 60 $66.13 Transfer of trunk 70c and 5Cc Four Taxi trips-a- t 50 cents each Per diem, 10 days at $5.00 per day 105.00 1.20 2.00 50.00 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 $161.20 COHEN CHARGES YOU EXTRA FOR DOING HIS JOB The minute Cohen was elected to office he got the state legislature to raise his salary, but the legal department of the state ruled he could not have It. As Commissioner of Agriculture, Cohen Is a member of all the boards In his department and his duty Is to attend their meetings regularly as a part of the work for which you taxpayers pay him a salary. But Cohen charged you from $5.00 to $10.00 a day for attending meetings of various boards. The total you paid him for this was $620.00 for 83 days, an average of $7.44 per day. Easy money for answering "Here" at roll call. Cohen was paid $100.00 upon the order of the Veterinary Examiners' Board and It was charged to the Veterinary License Fund. The Attorney General ruled the claim was Illegal. Certain clerks In Cohen's department draw money in addition to their salaries. One was paid $36.00 a meeting for attending four meetings of the Live Stock Sanitary Board. She draws a regular salary of $2,100.00 a year which you taxpayers pay. Can you heat It? Another clerk gets a salary of $1,200.00 a year and in addition she Is paid aa extra $400.00 as clerk of the State Board of Veterinary Examiners. Pretty soft. Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. WHAT'S IN THE STATE FAIR BOOKS? On Oct. 6, the Republican State Campaign Committed asked the privilege of having the State Fair Books examined by certified public accountants. Cohen at first consented, but later denied the privilege. When threatened with a law suit, he said he would submit the request to a meeting of the State Board of Agriculture, Oct. 23, a few days before the election. The books of the State Fair belong to the taxpayers who contribute huge sums of money each year to help keep it going. Among other Items in those books are vouchers showing Mat Cohen's personal expense account. Why does Cohen object to an Immeliate examination of those books? We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come YOUR VOTE UNDER THE LOG CABIN WILL HELP RID THE TAXPAYERS OF THIS MAN COHEN AND HIS EXTRAVAGANT SYSTEM THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat. Night " and the Straight Republican Ticket MMMi V TE FOR MOR milium w NELL & CHEATHAM, m m Rtildence Phone 13 B Business COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. gjj SmHHH Advertisement Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN i r T1 'Hin . " OR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST1 Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg up Stairs. Office, Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. R.OOFING Stel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO Incorporated Columbia, - Kentucky L. H. Jpne 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist 16 Caat tlatkct Mreei Between Plrsl and Brock Louisville, Ky. Special attention given Diseases of a Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 114 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Teppyrodbag', tidy red tint. Jtandsome pound and half- oend tin humidort-a- nd ftmmpm the tobacco in jjfttrfect condition. W. T. PRICE iXQXXXDS.- - S33$M ghat classy, pracUcal pound crystal gtatt hamidor with mpanse moittener top that Bach (IKHftM azBIHMIiHHH of?SiM?iSi?H H0P f&iii aHHf!sN K&itl Mill III III! in W QMPSrap&iJB&ll IIIP lull SwHMkraMHHiiiJHllBiHb lllllllllliliJllllHDlllllllUiMJlllHHt. MllllUIHIlUIIUulHinllLUHiHHHHi il HU MmMMmmmMMWmH MHWiI WSmlm ,ll' llfll H I Phone R. JReytiol br Tobacco Co. G. Hll II HnMlfll buffillMUHIE luiUBtjIKi CopirlBhtlJU Columbia, Ky. SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, A sy AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIRand ADJOINING COUNTIES KENTUCKY. flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke than you ever before collected I P. A.'s built to fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands! It has the jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran PUT it afc& Nfc&afc OHb v JQl- - Ml npH Iks against! Just what a Whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want to find out the thing you do next. And, put it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and porch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to beat the cards "Without a comebcic Why, P. A. is so good you feel like you'd, juat'feave to t that fragrant smoke! R. J. RtyiUi Tofebao Cm TOattoa-SakN. C double-quicke- st 1 w, J. M. WOLFORD, CASEYICREEK, KY. Columbia Barber Shop 1 -- tg&i' x The Chevrolet will pull any hill .AlSanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionand Gratilcablon are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ! that has a road ap it. Write K as Wooiteon Lewis, Greenkrg. ni ?. :ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS The SummViQs Past. ft AUTOMOBILE LINE 4 Yes, the summer is paSfahcT and Gampbellsville 8 8 mother failed to get her vacation. And now comes the fall sewing, Round Trip' $h.7S 8 A TT Mail Car 8 the winter garments to be chosen Ford Car JtW-- I $2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 8 8 perhaps made; the housecleaning -" Special Attention to Traveling Men 15 8 with all of its attendant horrors, License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of On account of the picking of autumn dainties, 8 Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Sthe will crive zest to many a Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: 8 8 winter feast, and the general Support Solicited. Your of the whole 8 management and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. machinery, so that no 8 8 domestic Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. little part will become clogged or 8 Columbia, 123 F MOh it yy i. iv-its squeaking disturb the harPHONES: ) Campbellsville, 8 8 mony of the home. ., As summer has brought mother no vacation, no change of scenes, what wonder then if her face is pale, her DRY CLEANING DYEING. step a little slower, her smile no frequent less sweet, but less CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Everyone is sorry j than of old? Send Via Parcel Post for mother's disappointments, but all take it as a matter of course she never complains. So the domestic mill goes grinding 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. on until one day there is all conKnown all over America. the fusion in the household; machinery is all awry, for the form to the arch if her in High ;tieels Lessen Vitality. hand that guided it has lost its step. " Exchange. cunning and dropped nerveless High heels prevail in spite of the promise of something wiser in by her side. Mother has borne Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, build coming into popular favor. burden too long, it becomes bands, or feet requires a powerful the Yet, to quote a doctor; too heavy and she is crushed beremedy that will penetrate the flesh. "No woman pretends that she it. Isn't this a true BALLAKD'S SNOW LINIMENT neath when she is is comfortable possesses that power. Rubbed in picture we have sketched for wearing high heels nor can she where the pain is felt is a)l that is mother too often left hope to be graceful when wear- necessary to relievo suffering and re- you? Isn't ing them, for the body is thrown store normal conditions. Sold by out? Girls, you know Jit is so, Adv out of poise and the action of the Paull Drug Co. and the conscious blush rises to is restricted. More serious feet Have you seen Woodson Lew. your cheeks and you hang your than her awkwardness is the your eventual injury to her health. is stock of Fall and Winter heads and are ashamed of For in the effort to preserve her goods? It would pay you to own selfishness. We write this equilibrium the shoulders are come to Greensburg and take a that you may be more thoughtful of mother. You will never rethrown forward, depressing: the look. chest; breathing is interfered gret any sacrifice you have made with, and that means poorer your foil doas not digest we to lighten her burdens and bring blood and a final decrease in vi- and you feel "blue," tired and disinto her life all the sweetness tality. This comes gradually, couraged, you should use a little possible. Lebanon Enterprise. at bedtime. It but it is inevitable when a wom- els, purifies the system opens the bowand restores a an persists in wearing very high fine feeling of health and energy. For all kinds of Clocks, See Adv heels. Her heels should con- - Sold by Paull Drug Co. L. E. Young. 8 GoMla 8 8 i V S1-5- 0 ..&: ' film) .0 ni rV-H-- mmk m&mmwm ! 6sll5wvwwiAriSmfe2xi 1 I W ii j 1 11 1 and chW Cam els are soldevery-vrherei- n scientifically sealed packages of 20 cigarettes ortenpack-age- s (200 cigarettes) in a glassine-paper-covered are the most refreshing, satisfying cigarette you Put all your cigarette desires in a bunch, and know then buy some Camels, give them every taste-te- st for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth-bod- y and in many other delightful ways Camels are in a CAMELS class by themselves! flf ml SWISS CLEAN RSAND DYERS home or office supply or when you travel! R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Sale- strongly recommend this carton for the carton. We N. C. lsdi 18c a package Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the and smooth, refreshing remarkable flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation! Camels win you in so many new ways ! They not only permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or un pleasant cigaretty odor! Compare Camels with any cigarette You'll in the world at any price! prefer Camel quality to premiums, coupons or gifts! f -- i 1 mxm -..- wow well-know- n MSs i YUUK Lrirc Life m 'SI AJ.V'r t i w i If Yfn-i-- i Was a NSURED? COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. 3 X HER-BIN- E Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, o! Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. 1 would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . 1 decided to Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE Bisttgsa -- Certainteed Roofing xS,yctm Ba ... We sell the best'for the least money. See I i G. T. 24-- STULiTS, flgerpt, COLUMBIA; jf T PHONE tk KY. m &$-- $ 8BegB& mimwmxw&& l",;' Certain-tee- d TAKE , renders a war service. JKwBsfflBwWH' hRHH llHIl Ssffrfrrriw 55 DU 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 Certain-tee- d 'HhVV The Woman's Tonic took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female "I 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 j and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions thatcomt packed in the center of roll can lay it correcdy. n"XI M proved by its enormous sale. The durability and economy of Ccrtaln-tu- d & It fjov factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Is Certain-tee- d are recognized the world now the standard roof trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Offices & Warehouei in Principal Ctie of America Manufacturer of Certain-tee- d All Druggists Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good i. to exist on earth at all. citizen a conscience that will And yet each day is proving all quiver every time he throws a tvse assertions, grotesque and piece of paper or any kind of otherwise, but mere misnomers, waste in the streets or alleys. Not long ago a friend told us while woman continues to much the same mission about being in a small well-kethat has fallen to her lot since village. He said he was walking the world began; doing it better down the street directly behind a ;n some cases than in others, j small boy who was eating a more appreciated some-timbanana with a great deal of gusto. than others, but doing her When he had finished, he glanced mission and developing with the shyly about and not seeing anyrace and with the world into new one looking at him, dropped the opportunities, higher duties and banana peeling just beside the greater privileges. Itlia an old walk. He then ran on for about teaching but one we need con-- 1 ten steps, stopped abruptly, stantly, to call to mind that the turned about, walked back and peeling. My one who'does that duty which is picked up the th? nearest at hand is the one friends, curious to know the actions who accomplishes the most for cause of such peculiar the world. It is as true of class- said to the boy. "Why did you.v es' as it is of individuals. Leba- go back and pick up that banana peeling after you had thrown it non Enterprise. down?" When the chest feels on fire and "Well, you see," he said "my the throat burns, you have indiges father told me that in order to be, tion, and you Heed HER BINE to get President of the United Statea. rid of the disagreeable feeling. It I must be a good citizen and drives out badly digested food, after I dropped that peeling on. strengthens the stomach and puriwalk something told me that fies the boweFs. Sold by Paull Drug the per-fot- m pt riht es Co. Adv. S. M. SANDERS & CO AMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY, . .:- fS" up..' That boy certainly bad t mission and woman's sphere, WouML Clean streets are one of tbebeet right ilea of a ettwe. until between two contending indications of a clee tow. Amd that every boy aad kl im Ceku had the sae aka asd tiw force we have begua to woader the oely way te- bare etaa street bta eoaaeienoe. whether wocoaq " rtHy 1mm aay itoietiU kieck aod every the past year about woman's - We have heard a great deal in Clean Streets. a good citizen, Wouldn't do that so I went back and picked it r y t -- , y ' r2T Hfc-.- ! ."'I uiixi V f THE ADAIR COUNTY Markets. NEWS. H 4 Icf ', . 3T fev .jCTl . oeal v SffwaTs Wte theKy. A' .THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON Sleatitatc JL.f Children of Kentucky. week, LEASE ON LIFE Children's Ts.aext CSEaod sSocIety will have a drive, thru zlfcK public sdhools of the whole state, 4try4uid'g6cure funds to build a new tlwmcloi the destitute children of the' drive "has the strong endorse- Supt. V. O. Gilbert,' H. JH. Qfcaary of the Western Normal school. intact every one of the leadind ' fccors of the state are for this txamcanent. Sfcof. R. P. Green, cf tho Kentucky t Tlacational Association endorses this 3aSf. .and in all thev counties the , and citizens are going ecsfelp the.poor children. W3 2iave4een called on to help the ?H?Geach, Belgian, Armeian.Eed Cross &.&. all other drives that have beer && ,. but this drive is a STRICTLY , (aeicciucky--affatrand with this in view, fserSovernorhus issued a proclamation icacsg all the people to help in this tfxcisfcle enterprise. takes any children that iitrtj in need, regardless of any religion, ace ct&er considerations. . Tse school childrenall thru the .sjsGtfce axe taking a good deal of in this drive, as they in many 'as&n2es know of the wovk the Society ' inKUUlin lKIAL. Tni67 But I Louisville, Oct. i7. Cattle Prime export steers $l2.5013.50:heavy shtp-- l ingll.00.12.50; light $910; heifersj $8.0011.50; fat cows, dium$5.75to 7.50;cutters ?5.5.75 00; bulls $6.008 00; feeders $911 00; stockers 87.00 to $10.25 choice milch cows S95115; medium $6595; common 85065. Calves Receipts 392 head. Price Steady. Choice veals $13.5014.00 medium 7.0010 00; common 5 O06 Hogs Receipts 2,948 head. Demand was good. Best hogs 165 lbs and up 12.75; 120 to 165 lbs $12.00; 120 lbs down $11.50 throwouts $10 25 down. Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, 290 head market steady all through, best lambs $13 00( $7.50ll.Qq-,tne- . Strong, Since Feeljjjoung and Using Trutoua" Neither tod Wi4e nor 00 Narrow Auto track but StandarcT h 56-Iric- -- H X Pi en (A &; IMs Stephens Says. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 28. "I'm six years old but regardless of my age I feel young and strong to day, since taking Trutona(" Joseph Stephens, a Louisville carpenter who lives at 3411 West Kentucky street, said recently. "I had a bad cough,J' Mr. Stephens said in describing his case. "During the severe winter of I moved from the country into town and con traded a bad cold' at that time I didn't dare to exert myself as I would invariably suffer a severe, coughing spell if I did. I think I used every. cough syrup I could (had and I tried several other means but I didn't get relief from the cough until I began using Trutona. 'My friends told me I looked certainly felt- that wretched and I way before I began taking Trutona. I came home from the south, where I had been working, presumably to die, but now I feel like a different man. The severe cough has practically disappeared now. As I said, I'm feeling young and strong at the age of sixty- seven." Here is another of thousands of cases where Trutona has brought long needed relief after other medicines had failed. The perfect tonic is al most unfailing in its successful treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and the like. As ai reconstructive"tonic, system purifier and body invijorant, Trutona is equally as efficient. Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Columbia at Paull ' Drug Co. Adv ty-sev- en W E BE R 60-in- ch time-cavin- Bought by Farmers Because of Its Known Qualities the E GARDLESSofoll other considerations does not fit the road. Any advantages it might wagon I . pZlj possess are offset by the fact that it is a stranger on its own roads. It rides the ridges, which causes broken axles, wheels and other parts, and 'the tongue whips about which is hard ' on the team. because The justly famous Weber wagon is built only in So1 auto-trac- k and the automobile 'is the standard approved tread of automobiles this makes the ruts m mud or soft roads. If the farm wagon is not made to follow the same path.it is out of date for road service. Automobiles are increasing g necessity, and every farmer among farmers. because they are a who hasn t an automobile intends to procure one at the earliest opportunity. wagon"" will do everything that the old 60'' The Weber 56 auto-trac- k would do. It .vill haul cotton bales as easily as the wide track wagon wagon and the team can drnv the load without having to pull every inch of the way. It lends itself just as readily to all kinds of farm work and in addition it fits the prevailing road tracks. Besides the auto-trac- k feature the new Weber has the patented Fifth two advantages that Wheel and the "Safety First" Swivel Reach Coupling the user during the life of the wagon. are worth $20 apiece to By all means see our Weber wagons before you buy. We can offer you something that will save you money and give you service. -- " H Pi 73 Z 7:3 PI cn I Pi -- Kfesfc-children, a 117-191- 8 - seconds Best sheep $6 00 CO down bucks $4. Butter Country 4041c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candled 55c to 56c 89 o H Pi O H X , Pi cn cn M ' For Sale: My farm is for sale. " c H -- o H ; Tfeis-Soclet- y R. F. Rowe. '"Rainy weather has retarded wheat sowing, and corn in the shock has been damaged. New line of Coats and Suit3 at ' Sinclairs. j. i 73 - z o a Ccanty Supt. Noah Loy is anxious jc rAeschools in Adair County to help iS aItbey can. v Adair County has sent a good many .cftttdren to the Kentukcy Children's Kf&oaie, and has saved the county. jEtoaray, but above all, it has saved the shiSdren, and there is no way to esti- azae this service in dollars and cents. T&ere will be a Tag Day in Colum-v&Ithe last of the week, Nov 1st, and &tHis3tiool children will ask every body fcc &SQ something to help build ahome a, There will be a pie supper atJStapps Springs School house. Thursday night Oct, 30th. Every body come. The Jeffries Hdw. Store, . COLUMBIA, KY. i THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE'ADOPTED THE 56 AUTO TRACK WAGON -- White Wyandotte roosters for sale See CountStults. Of course were my birth-placNext Tuesday will be the' election. ha was disillusioned; while the e. Eead L. E "Young's ad in this paper. North Carolina. Shelby, N. C. so. I have heard speakers from many sections and you can't lose m on a Kenuckian." Such independence is regard ed a unsafe and heretical in this county. All wisdom reposes in minds of lawyera preachers and merchants. Shel by, the county seat, is running over with statesmen who don't know Joan of Arc from Jezebel, I i k other said: "I told you "m 1"!m fi-r- nnnv mV.C.,4 yUUL CilUUItJU. ft t -- v make some improvements valuable to lhe Public Sale. Bradshaw property he recently purchased All the back rooms will be will se!: an Satwday.Nov 8,1919,t3 removed and new ones will take their fl&bafeiglux and best bidder, the whole places. .Other improvements will s3ct: nay property, consisting of my be made, requiring several weeks lo and kitchen furniture and do the work. froji&g tools, viz., 1 farm wagon, 1 6ttidec 1 disc harrow, 1 A harrow, 1 For Sale. cz ilitvAtoz, l corn drill, turning plows, dctrfefc shovels, 1 lay off plow, mowing ,About 90 acres, rriostly in grass, one-hamachfie,and other articles too numer- - , mile from town limits, and inhe S to .mention. 1 double set driving Graded School district. 560rper acre, inC'Sievs, lset wagon harness, Surrey, J. F. Patteson. . .H. snaths siddle, all sorts of plow har-52 2t. Columbia, Ky., 'Sss, tog citains. About- - 100 bbl. of to be sold in lots, also my hay J. R GarnettDemocratic candidate crca-CAvo milch cows giving plenty of for the State Senate, has appointments t&zHik:swo combined gelding, 1 to speak in Metcalfe and Barren -- 4zfeoa3 working mare in foal. This counties this week. His friends feel axa wfil be held at my home 4 J miles confident that fie will be elected. csfliaSicf Columbia, 1 miles west of Tobacco Land for Sale. - "s afcerry, on Petits Fork craek. Sale rfU6iinat;9 o'clock a. m. Terms 260 acres of good Burley tobacco (ffl.fe,l(iKjffii on day of sale. land for Sale. It is 9 "miles from Campbellsvilfe, in Taylor county. It HSBreeding Auctioneer. will be sold in lots of 50 acres or 'more. William O. Johnson. Address Taylor Pruett & Jarvis, Wr. W E. Eoe has purchased of Campbellsvllle, Ky. f jBreeding 3". the residence on HKS!a; Height's known as the Jas. A. Judge fell), of Somerset, and Mr. jJEsglkU palace Mr- - Breeding will W. A Coffey, of this place, spoke, eatress put and Mr. Noe wi'l take last week, at a number of. appointimmediaely:a,f ter the election ments in Adair county, in the interiSdaxit .property est of the Bepulican ticket. Mr. Myers- - will . c Prather, Miss Jennie Garnett, Mb. Sohn Flowers, County Judge iErelalr and others are going to help Sasxist the children in their drive.- - Tred I lf - , -- 44-t- pos-.-aassv- not-give- jSTJEQEOS'S agree that in cases of For Sale. Gtt3E, Burns, .Bruises and Wounds, :.tw miJBLST TREATMENT is most I have two gobd Jersey milch fioiiiorfcant. When an EFFICIENT cows for sale. Two and three ;rMTtii6aptic is applied promptly, there years old.' SXxws danger of infection and the Joe Barbee. r r.fl begins to heal at once. For nr amAmtL or beast, BOBZONE Is Mr. Jesse Stephenson, of Bowena, 'iWaL ANTISEPTIC and was here a few days ago, frem CinMBiMG "AGENT. Buy it now cinnati. He sold a car load of cattle .tsLBfi.be. ready for an emergency. Sold while lb that city from 6 to 9 cents. &&&LjPriig Co. Ady. Yaluable-Ham- e ftr Sale. t:f XT " 2.y.;Oadiff" aad sons sold their "?.3Br STdfart Hatjfcejrjarm, four miles out,- - , we ouertne-vjario'reajpnee con 'm i&m jfliiiwiiSBtflPfetd, Oft$t wwkj'to taiajng 8 rooms, and knoiPF as the 1 ?g itintT parties, fer $6,000. They property of Mrs. Kate Smith, tb it about four located onlBurkesvllle street, just he ,t low the Bank of IColumbia. Splendid jmm n. , water on the plase.JFer further par- JLoccttQge forrMt, tmx Graded " tiejikrg'see i -v-- r c Editor Adair County News: People charge the natives of Kentucky with an abnormal state pridew Some go far enough to say, "orice a Kentuckian always a Kentuckian", and to some extent this applied to your humble servant. But human nature is not hemmed in by state ftnes nor the divisions of empires ' In all commouwealths is found the hero and thfe Coward, the sel'fish wretch and xthe " philanthropist; the venal and the nolple. K$n tucky never appreciated Aba-haLincoln until he was developed by Illinois, and "Uncle Joe Cannon'' would never have risen td dignity of justice of the peace in this State; albeiba native of Guilford county. He was of Quaker extraction, and, therefore, didn't own niggers. In all -- the slave owning secti6n this was the badge of gentility, no matter how crude, ignorant, coarse and vulgar. But it was so pronounced in Kentucky as in the states farther South; albeit an incubus wherever the system prevailed. But Kentucky haa ever been, the home of hospitality the nursery of the muse and the orator; and there is a rugged, m o hES vB fvt - f r5S2 .?KBEwrir, - rs-:'- - enws Hi fcys-6A.- rt A "' 5 CS2rninf m Ffi. - y4.iMT&tISSE&& sf m -- " ..--'.ii--- rrr.5-!?.iu.)- : IJ.'-- j . C.c.fi-'-!l5- jprtfi tf KBC. 3,i.Ir it " "f!8fc W.jaGlHor iiauu. t.Ky., ff ti- - '"' . i- - - ; nor Andrew Jackson from Benedict Arnold. These try to wind up all "the "rubes" in political season;but "No.x 8", the region where I live, is a minature Adair County Kentucky. Hence, in State conventions, tha politicians No. 8 blaspheme"That d gang " LeaviHg things of political nature, permit me to pay a tardy triubte to the late lamented Tom Taylor; one of my friends, comrades and school mates. The word friend is used advisely; for no man has many of the genuine article. I claim a few here and about that many in Kentucky; but were it to be norated that I have $1,000,000, I, would be buzz ed around as an orator, statesmen poet, patriot and' philosopher, $100,000,000 would enroll me among the immortals, no matter richly I merited a life how sentence in the penitentiary, or the electric chair-Tofealessfedependence character,? Taylor, while he had a istid of l&e' sons or hjKpmmori-wealth- . heart of gold, never Amassed a Permit me, with due princely fortune. Some men are apologies, to refer to a personal to generous, others to honest to experience in Missouri. I had realize great worldly possessions. been .called upon to discuss am The really useful citizens, are educational topic and was sound-in-g the farmers, artisans, teachers, the loud timbreL One of oreacEers, lawyers, when they the auditors asked his desk mate are honest,- - and editors. I don't where I,, was from. "From mean puppet of some subsidized North Carolina", was the reply." metropolitan journal; but .some I don't care where he is from". fearless editor whose soul is his was the paradoxical rejoinder,'? own; and who never trembles that fellow in a Kentuckian. Ha nor temporizes at mandates v1 . A. r.i.. ,irom greed and corrupt; capital. tnat reciuees, aon d style that nobody usee but JU1 capital is not corrupt, and all those. Kentuckima; and whtn poverty is not pure and patriotic you call him to boks.yoa'll find We need the merchant and am right. "So, at fint ' inter-- f niaaufacturer; if they can be mitfion oo; of tkm came to niJ oMczled ad kept from profitter-inqairtd if North Curwlina ing. Some men are induStrious, -- r popularity won t last 2o ears unless there is ? LJ'.yquality and service behind it. Therefore the steadily increasing popularity of Princess Ranges dur- - :, . . . I' - vbs "':::': ' 4LS its wsia-ir. j'f'-J- S H?. v v , ZJ zyaz f VM ., ' er ""III Ul U U1U1 VU1UC mm j. V -,- - Abvsm ,'ft, Rust-reslstin- ff 11ANGES , .- vjbau owuinar rcESs; r- are durable, handsome, and unusually convenient. "jTicre are numerous features for finvinr timn . Inhnr nn fllpl lTrh o VII Bit metal construction. Na 2.. Copper reservoir adjoining and insuring a plentiful supply of hot water. , No. 3.. Asbestos lined oven with triple bottom and walls, which retains heat and eives even bakincr.. No. 4. Body and top rims made in one piece. - No"cracks to admit . cum aii. jjvo iuvi aim maj.es Dating uniionn.. No-- , s: Pipe behind warming closet clean and roomy. T" x will not warp cor burn outl No. 6. Hot blast stood tha UsX. of 23 years It pys to buy a range ra Allan PrintatSi csalars crarrwhere. Consult onoof them, pr write direct far our ISmtratad ca taiojuo. " 1. fire-bxs- x. fire-bo- tio. e. tht hs 3 " kiSf The Buchanan Lyon Companj, Inc., Campbellsville, Kentucky bright, honest and UDrint;! d yet monevnvcir stav- svitii iVm Others ar stupid. Izy, iofn.d-rascals,- ENGLISH IS COMMON TONGUE. Chinese Girls Learn It to Talk to One Another. Chinese women students In the Tung Fu College, Peking, China, are obliged to learn English In order to talk with one another because of the different dialects used by the student body. Girls from the extreme western provinces of China, who attend the school, must remain In Peking during all of the eight years required for their high school and college train-- ! tng, because to return each summer would require six weeks for the trip one way and would cos. more than a trip to America and return. Girls from each of the "western provinces speak a different languaga and they cannot understand one any more than they can the girl-- i from northern, southern, eastern or tvntral provinces. Hence, they have adopted EngUsh as a common tongue an-iiia- cr would teil a i'e on 60 ; m l ns -- I & days rather than the truth for! roll in princely' cash; and y wealth. Know peopl-- i whoj own stately mansions, ride in ouzz- wagons, and who have munifare not woricent deposits-h- o thy to unite the whang-leathe- r in shoes of those wh walk. I know mountain maids, in North Carolina, who have faces of the Mother Mary, voices of u Jenuy Lind, forms of the jreek goddess; aqd the chastity of Diana, who are spurned to pay NEW SCHOOL FOR CHINA. adulation to some purse-prouhalf Y. W. C. A. Secures New Site for Giriy Physical Training School. idiot with a drug store com A new home'has, been found for piexion; bscaase he has 'herited' Training School which tl:t :Um broad acres ad a ptetnonc ohhk Voang Women's Christ'.'ui As:: I'll"' opened- for native girls in Shiiu.-- . account. Doubtles thes, when . China. rich mandflo! as portrayed in The seVl, while In the country,-Iparable of Dives and Lazarus, not far distant from the National some snuffling, time serving par- Headquarters of the Y. W. C. A. in Shanghai nor far from the local Y. V. son glorified the wretcri wriu v .A. The grounds cover eiglnuM awoke in Gehenna, while all said 'mow," which means npproxn:inic:y and are about the beggar was, 'Veil, Isis acres, foreign divided by a private .residence mad. A poor old Laz, he got off at last, this erouniLs; will le used by already cnthe Amordfdn'c he"? Tom Taylor was as vjin teachers, whSiJ. nntlvr liulltHngh on !cneerful, industrious and sincere! rl'e m,,cr srde wHI fun,Jsh livi,- H." i:ar , T lors. an.V clnssmnuuc for. tlu sru- , ., a lnenu aa i y ver ion, ana way he live again on shores, eternal. iT! n?mnil lnst a garden, (ensis i I j i i i thick-lippe- d, iow-bro-ve- d . . - -- 5 s , -- Melvim L. White. .cfHirts gHd a atbtetk AeML f V .- . tV