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Talk of a New School Building. a high of There is some aschool building to take,erectingplace of the balk Robbed at White Oak church. Daniel Skaggs, whollve3 at White-wooGreen cpunty, came into Columbia last Wednesday night, went to Sam Bridgwater's store arid reported that he had been robbed and beaten near the White Oak Church, this county He said that before going to White Oak he met a man in Campbellsville who gave his name as Hagan. S kaggs, was on the hunt of old plug horses wanting them for their hides. Hagan told him he had a lot of old plugs, and that if he would meet him Wednesday at the White Oak Church, in Adair county, he would sell them to him. He went to the designated place, met Hagan, who told him that the. horses were in a field below the church, and they started to them. They had not gone but a short distance when they met two other men,- - both grabbing him, one holding "nishand over flis mouth while the other two commenced beating him. In a short time he was released, after the men had taken all dollars. Mr. money he had, fifty-tw- o Skaggs well, and be Bridgwater knows says that he told the truth. d, Will Locate at Sulphsr Spring's Texas. - Licenses Issued. f . Last Wednesday CountyOourt Cierk. S. O. Neatissuedjnarriage license to Mr. T; P. Oundiff, who lives near Mt; Pleasant Church, and Miss Fannie B.Evans, who resides on. Green riverr It leaked out. that the marriage would wing. take place the n The bride is about Columbia, this place being her princi pal shopping town. She is a young lady; who has many friends, and will be greatly missed h ijhe young society people of the Green river section. 'The groom is a son of Mr., and Mrs H. W Cundiff, who live near Colum bia, and he is known as a very indus day-foli- o m well-knowv Hallow'een. Friday evening was a time of muck, merriment at Llndsey-WJlsowfcao. the students met in the gymnasium to mingle with the spooks, goblins anoV black cats that have acquired th habituf appearing once during the oi the one the school is now occupying. The trustees say that the building now being used is inadequate, and the time aDd necessity for new quarters for come. It is believed tba a building .sufficient to meet all requirements "can be erected for between 35,000 and $40,000, To do this, bonds will have to be issuedor a direct tax levied. We have heard quite a number of expressions for and against the proposition, but a majority of the tax payers express themselves . that we have-hearfavor a new' building. As we under-- stand the board of trustees, governing: the school, will have to take the first step. " d MULES. Big Auction Sale. On Saturday, November 8th, I v ill .sell at RusSell Springs, Ky., twenty fine yearling and two year old mules. A number of them are mares closely mated. Every mule will positively be sold without reserve or limit. Sale begins promptly at 1 o'clock. , S. M. Burdette, Columbia, Ky. J. B. Coffey on the block. True Akers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Akers, near this place, reached rhome a few days ago. He entered the army when the United States declared war on Germany, went to France and did valiant service. He was wounded and at one time was reported dead. He seems tobeJn perfect health and is a ffne looking ybungMnan. He was on nine different fronts in France, and was in five battles. He is at home on a furlough. Public Sale. Saturday, November 15, 1919, we will offer for sale at our home, 3 miles North-eas- t of Columbia, the following property: 2 mare mules four years old; one. one disc har-rosorrel mare, 3 years-old- , I A harrow, 1 turning plow, A lot of corn, to be sold in lots of 5 or 10 barrels. A lot of hay, one crop of tobacco to be sold by the hundred pounds, yet to be stripped, A lot of hogs, also 5 sheep, (ewes) under two years old, two stands of bees, a lot of geese, some cattle, a lot of cane and some cut fodder and a lot of farming implements not mentioned above. One sewing machine, as good as new, and household and kitchenother articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale to begin at 9 o'clock, a. m. . - Mr. L. Wilson, who haa .been a, leading merchant at Russell' Springs since he reached his majority, sold his stock of general merchandise a short time ago and will locate at Sulphur. Springs, Texas. He was here Thursday .morning on his return from the oil field's in the Lone Star State, and as soon as he. can arrange his matters at Russell Springs he will return to Texas and engage in the wholesale grocery business, he place of business to be. Sulphur Spring's. He has gone into a company, and he will be one of the managers of the concern. While on this trip he invested in oil stock, and he says the people are wild in Texas over the oil industry, and that many are becoming immensely wealthy. Thursday afternoon "To give you an idea of the immensity Oil at Creelsboro. of the business," said he, myself and others stood at one place and counted A company that has been drilling one thousand derricks up and drilling? about Creelsboro for some . weeks,, I offer my Jersey cow for sale, an struck oil on the farm of C. H. extra good one. Campbbel), last Tuesday afternoon'. Mrs. L. E Bradley, The drill was only down 150 feet when Columbia, Ky. the strike was made. A number of Mattie, a eleven year old daughter gallons were pumped out, and it is be of 17. S Bradshaw, of color, died last lieved that a paying strike has been Saturday night, a victim of ty- made; phoid fever. The interment was .near Altention Farmers. Montpelier, on Sunday. This child was a favorite with the colored people, and greatly loved by her parents. Wanted.Geese and Ducka. We want 2000 head of Geese and Ducks by Nov For Sale. Five acres of corn in Oj 1919. It will pay you to get in touch the shock. ,us or one of our Buyers, viz: with O. T. Thomas. L W. T. S Alvin Burton, W. R. Taylor, Ray W. Tupman, who some week Strange, J. C. Beece, Frodge and Reece Mr. J. ago, bought a farm containing 90 and Luther England for Columbia acres, in Nelson county, near Wood- delivery, C. C. Taylor for Russell land Station, w ill remove, wlthhls Springs delivery. -family, to it about the 15 th of thfs Yours truly. f month. Mr. Tupman is a good citi. S. H. Grinstead & Co., Inc. , r zen and has an elegent family.consist-- W. H. Shipp Local Mgr. ing of wife, sons and daughters. We commend them to the people of Nelson county. Mr. Fred Hill is having the brick I . I The people living in the Glensfork country were greatly shocked last Wednesday about the noon hour, when the Intelligence spread over the country" that TJriahAntle, a farmer, years old had ended about twenty-fiv- e his life by hanging. He left his home early in the morning to do soinefplow-in- g in a field not far from his' residence, :and at twelve o' clock he did not report for dinner. Members of his family became uneasy and they vent in search of him. He was found hanging to a limb, and perhaps had been dead several hours when friends reached the scene. He leaves a wife trious and highly resected young man. and a child or two. His wife was a The rites were solemnized by Eld. Miss Collins before her marriage, a Z.T. Williams, at his home, this city, daughter ot Mr. George Collins. Dr. C. M. Russell, Coronor of the county, was called and an Inquest was held, year.' V ' -- The gym was Jecorated with bright colored autumn leaves and jacko-ian-tern, which made a very appropriate setting for the many amusing as well; as attractive costumes worn by tha students. Miss Sada Mullinix, dressed as anr tumn, was the young lady who won? the prize, vhlle Mr. Lura Harriiat ' '" the following being"the verdict: "We, theJur.., find the deceased came to' his death by strangulation Inflicted by himself." It was learned at the intjuest that he'had been despondentJ,for several weekr. as a dusky young woman, wjs the lucky young man. Game3 and contests were engaged fisa as"well as glimpses of the future as"' seen through the prophecies of a Turkish fortune teller. Refreshments consisting of ginger bread, punch, ' candy and chestnnta were served. ItJBas Gone o Stay.. Married in Jamestown Mr. Herbert McFarland, an excellent young man of .Russell county, and Miss Irene Morrison, a popular young lady, daughter, of Mr. Robert Morrison, were- - married in the Christian church, Jamestown, a few days since. The couple will reside in Jamestown. l-2- t. The Adair Circuit Court opens today. Judge Carter and Common-whealth- Notice to Taxpayers. 's n Attorney A. A. Huddleston are here and buslnessVill be dispatched as rapidly as possible. There are quite a number of misdemeanor cases before the court and several felony. The civil docket is very light The grand and petit juries will be empaneled this afternoon. Next week t we will give a list of the men making up the two jurie3. The r meeting at the . Christian Church closed last Sunday night. Dp to last Thursday night there had been fifteen additions to the Church fourteen by conversion and baptism and ona from another Church. Eid Bennett, who assisted the pastor, is Thousands are teaching when they known here to be a very effective, ought to be taught, thousands believe strong speaker, and large congregahemselves wise when their Ignorance tions heard him throughout the meetjS lamentable; thousands believe theming. selves clothed in gold when they are Early plowing this fad, it is said only thinly plated and the "copper will lesson next year the damage done shows through in many places. The by cut worms, army worms, grass hop -- wisest are comparatively ignorant and pets and other insects. Most of the thousands of men who have grand insects which did damage in the ideas ot their own abilities will some country this year began their work day wake up to the realization that last fall when they went into the they have been laboring under a large - -- ouhu gf Ll5ss the winter The eggs mistake. were laid in'ln soil which was protectThe word from Miss Mary Miller ed by stubble, weeds or sod. who is in St. Anthony .Hospital, hav ing undergone a serious operation, is The election is over. There are lots of people who are not satls'fied with that she Is improving nicely. the result. Satisfied or not satisfied, Mr.-S. Feather, an uncle of Mr. business must go on, and every body .should try to make4t as lively as possi- F. H Durham, this place, was recently married in Lebanonto Mrs. Susie ble. Holland: S Too much rain for corn in the shock. Remember the Columbia JLodge No. From what wean learn from the 96. F. & A. M., will hold an interestmere a greatdeal of it will be ing meeting next Friday night. All Masons in gdod standing.are .invited.. Mr. Wyatt Oonovejfhas removed. .to Count Stults sold his bird dog, last. the residence, on Bomar Heights, that Wednesday, to H. S. Marshall,-o- f he recently purchased of Mr. Henry bSadievilIe,Ky.f for .850.00. " f -- You are warned to come in and pay your taxes at once, 6 per cent., penalMr. J. J. McBrayer, a young lawyer, ty, and 6 per cent, interest will be of Lexington, I politician on December Che. 1st. Nov. and speaker, delivered a number of added 30th will come on Sunday this time. addresses in Adair county last week, Don't put this off until the last min-ute, in the interest of the Democratic you are liable to get caught ticket. He had large crowds at all his Your Taxes are high enough, without epeakings and all his hearers were .debeing addecLto them. Take lighted with the manner in which he anything warning. handled the issues In the campaign- Cortez'Sanders, Sheriff, From Adair county he went to Adair County,- Lincoln and Boyle counties, to fill up to the election. The Bretherenin Christ, who were evidently a young man of is He at Garlin last summer have returned promIse,one who,-i- he lives, will make and are now holding a meeting at the his mark in this Commonwealth. same place, well-know- n 2-e. J. W. Tupman & Sons. knocking the town which yon live in, you are also talking against yourself, your f imily-- anl yoar bulsness. If other places seem more desirable than your own home town,it Iss only because they are at such a distance that you connot percleve their imperfections. Yoa are living We were mistaken when we statedc. Mrs. RenaPaull's now In the best town on earth. Tell residence, adjoining last week, that one of Mr. EL Eu. home, repainted and repapered and people about It. Sinclair's sons drew a lot at thesale- some other necessary improvements Mr. L. C. Hindman is having a con put on Monday of last week. It was a.. made, preparatory for housekeeping slderable amount of work done on the son of AI. Sinclair, who held the lucky " It will probably be ready for ocoupancy-i- property he purchased from Mrs. Mary number. about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Biggs, on Garnett Ave. A fresh coat Hill will go to Louisville to select their of paintandpnerete walks. Messrs. Public Sale. furniture. Young and Feese are doing the work. " If you liice your town, say so. If you don't, keep still and try to improve whatever doea not suit you. Remember that when you start "' -- There has been some whiskey drink ing about Columbia since the lid slink down, but nothing like the amount that was consumed eight inoathsorar year ago. It is said to be very difficult to gefi now, and what is procured Is boughtillegall y. It brings from six to eight dollars a quart, and there are but; few drinkers who are able to pay tha price. Taking every thing intocop slderation, pertaining to the sale and drinking of ardent spirit, there are but few dryer towns than Columbia- Men who use to consume their shara and a little more, now have money to meet their daily demands, and they look better, and they evidently feel better and they are better citizenshusbands, fathers, and brothers. like the last requierum has beert sung over the grace of their worst enemy, John Barleycorn. Ifc-loo- n - serious-lydamagd- dt - Hurt. T J. of County Clerk Jfaat Issued marriage Leww, a few days, agp,48 and .one liceaMSAfsw days ago to Mr.' Bwa quarter acres ot land, lying near "Mrs. Prtoe.. .C. Holladay bought iy O'dls a il th jxide. Xura "Th ;!v Vai GlMKvHti. for SL3H0 ' !. -- - :' ' - ) !.X Beautify your own property all you I will sell on Saturday.Nov. 8,1919,to per cent.-.acl$145 per hundred at Hutchison Poultry can, then do all you can to beautify the highest and best bidder, the whole, yonr streets. Be friendly with every- of my. property, consisting of my House, Columbia. body and courteous to strangers. household and kitchen furniture and Union Store, Cane Valley, Ky. -tf Your own civility will help make farming tools, viz., 1 farm wagon, II . good impressions and will be carried binder, 1 disc harrow, 1 A harrow, X Mr. J..NIck Conover and family, away and cherished. cultivator, 1 corn drill, turning plowsv who have, been living in Columbia double shovels, 1 lay off plow, mowing There is. an aesthetic side to the machine,and will-leaWads-wortfor some time, for other articles too numer- good roads movement that Is of no Ohio, their future home this 0 s to mention. 1 double set driving: but the sermonB are week. Mr. Conover is an industrious little importance. What is drearier, harness, 1 set wagon harness, Surrey,.. being conducted in the, .school-housfarmer, havlrig spent hisehtire life on what is more depressing than to drive 1 man's sadd all sorts of plow har The publlciff invited. Services begins a farm. Hels a fine citizen and has a along, a country road deep, with mud ness, log chains, About 100 bbl. ot af 7 p. in' each: evening Rev. M. L. most estimable family. We take; and furrowed by ruts, the water standhcorn, to be sold in lots, also my hay Dohner is doing the preaching. pleasure in commending him : and ing in pools in the road and not in crop, two milch cows giving plenty ot his wife, son, and daughter to the good the ditches as it would if the roads milk, two combined gelding, 1 Tiolinc, Iheoil that is clean sold by were properly .built. "people of Wadsworth. old good working mare in foal. ThJa A. L. Eubank, Colombia, Ky., Bale wlll.be held at my home 4J .'miles Valuable Home for Sale. iee Our New Liae. south of Columbia, 14 miles west ot Hon. L. T. Neat and wife, are again Gadberxy, on Petlts Fork creek. Sale residents of Columbia, having removed We offer the brick residence conShoes, Rubber footwearIJnder-wear,.fin- e will begin at 9 o'clock a. m. Terras from Russell Springs last week. taining 8 rooms, and known as"the Shirts, work Shirts, Hats, made known on day of sale. They are occupying their residence, property of Mra. Kate Smith. It i Caps, and all other kinds of merchanJ. S. Breeding Auctioneer near the Lindsey-Wilso- n School". Mr. located onlBurkesville street, just .he. ' dise. William O. Johnson. low the Bank of Columbia. Splendid Neat has a number of fnehds about Uniorf Store. Cane Valley. Columbia and Mrs Neat is known to water on the place. A For further par-tf .Misses Willia Petty and Stella Gac--nebe an excellent lady. ticulars. see who are teaching in Georgians -' W H. GUI or Thefimlly of'Mr. J. A. English -a sore throat wiih BALLARD'S, Rub writes N, M&TuttT Mr Traylofi and. family-,- . 'r i ' Ala, teachingThe News that,thy ar SNOW LINIMENT. One or two ap: both, la the same school wf of this place, will lea va for West plicactions- - will cure it completely r that they like real well. Theschoolfs. iPomt, Miss , next week. Ui English Sold by Paulf Drug Co. . Mr. Fred Myers and family are now large and they state that the weather . A'dv, and JUr, Traylor have purchased. near West Point, and they leave occupying the. Bradshaw residence has been exceedingly hot fnce their D. E. Phelps sold a car load of hogs iand " Mr. Myers recently purchased, on arrival. view- of making thier homes that and cattle in Louisville last Saturday. with the Burkesvllle street. in 'the south. They have tthe bast He got 15 cents for top hogs and his The old Eubank shop, on water-Streewishes of the people of this- comnow haa the appearance of srcattle brought from 6 toD cents Born, to the wife of. W. T. Sutton Missismunity. Mr. English has beea-iLa-- i Oct. 18, 1919, a son., Mrs. Lbusiness house. It is owned by Nellasv Bonita, weeks making preparA gentleman who lives on Green sippi-several Sutton fs a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Son andhas been fitted up for a botttrr ' , river reports that the high tide, last ations for the removals. Ingr Grlssom & Patteaon J. A. Willi3,-thl- s place. . away and damaged week, washed N. using a part of it for a. under . Mr. C. M. Herriford and fjamlly will thousands of barrels of corn. Mr. S. M. Burdette waa.in the Blue taker's establishment. The buna fay remove to Russell Springs, bift it will Grass witfonlagt week, buying mules has been weather boarded, and win btr weeks before they leave The ban dh whiskejr will hot be lift be several for the Russell Springs sale, which painted whits. '' ". V Adair,. ed by President Wilsa-uatir ' afttc will take place next Saturday Nov. '8. A B. Cox sold a pair of thrs y the peace pact.h&s . been, .signed. . "Just 'i, Horac Bohon, who m ysara age, ;when that vWU)dooevn.ii,lM lisn, wrfek t .M frtgueat vtsitsc . .CeiotaMa, Cs1s"'sTOutIrij?y In the'shocVs bkliwiiia. .gsd mul fori;$25Q: 'Em told--- . -a bought fsr J6;M. iafe Ja t oswdty. ''. Bowling Greari)WjHly. dkd at ' Fertilizer 18 1- ve h, r . - tt, and-Mr..- - -- 50-tf- - . - t, - mtk-also . -- P ;-- i - - , - . 3 'Jg v .. ' i '! i.4ftSi- . - ' rf'- " i . ritr.. r JfSr, aLV 'ViS? &? - iijl AA" " - i 't 4G i..,- v -' '& ""-"- --. "-' -- :- -. - Jj. ' - -- j."w ADAIR COUNTY NEW addition to the pastor, who is the director, a W. M. U. organizer arid three boosters, T?ho will do the - publicity work. The organization has also ex-l tended until practically all. of the 1,850 Baptist cnurcnes in itentuclcy nave these officers in charge and every effort Js now "being made to bring infor mation and prepare for the. great drive which will he made In one weeks time, tho date of which is November 30th to December 7th. The state organization Is In charge of Bev 0. E. Bryan, Corresponding Secretary of Missions Louisville, Ky., Prof. John L. Hill, of Georgetown College,, State Organizer and Director, Georgetown, Ky., and Rev. J. R. Black. Publicity Director, Louisville, Ky, At the general office in Louisville the most encouraging news. is "being;; continually received. The people all oyer the state are so enthusiastic about the campaign . that from every quarter responses are now coming and1 some churches cannot wait for the drive to be made b t nrp now pledging and giving more than was asked of them. The last message received "was. rom Poplar Grove church 'in Graves county, which was asked for $5000, and after a sermon by; the pastor pledges were made and the amount was more than raised. This has been done in Tnany other places. The. information that as coming to the Baptists is probably one of ther greatest benefits that is being derived from the campaign. A parlor in a mountainous association who badbeen preaching for over thirty years and had always maintained a position against the support" of the ministry, and who did not believe In missions, stated at the meeting of the district asosciation which he attended, that he had learned more In this meeting of what God Intended he should do to send the gospel to. the other side, as well as to his neighbor, than in all his life before. A layman who had never given to missions or much for any object of the church, said he wanted to give $200 a year for the five years of the campaign. A railroad man upon hearing the call gave at once a fifty dollar Victory bond and sa'fd this was not to be counted as bis part when the drive was made. From these to a great gift of $30,000 ry Mr. George E. Hays of Louisville the Bap.tist people are being reached' and are enthusiastic to have- a part in the great undertak- Helps Sick Women fCardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. Wil-ih- m Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what fce writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in feed for weeks, unable to gdep. I had such s iiofeakcess and dizziness, pains were veryisevere. A frierii told me I had tried everything .else, why not Carful?.... I did, an ooa awitwas helping ne -- . . "After 12 bottles, i sm itrong and well' ' f ..-- '- ft jflj g fi A IS I Hi 73HK f!3ES3iBHHHHHnS9l5s ' J,- - "--. -- M 'TAKE A Car of Beauty, Graceful Streamliness 4' .- 31ie WomanVTonic Do you Teel weak diz- "'' - . 1 7J" TT. , ' - ?" "Vft V" ii-1- " i" - Is your Iack6f gocxLhealfh caused &om any,4jf the complaints so common to women? Then why aot give Cardoi .a trial? 3t '. ahotfld surely do for you wfcat it lias done, for so many thousands of other j&mxn. &shotna TxelpiyouibacMo , -- AT A MQDERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Persons who do not want fco invest a fortune in a car, but who do want omethingjREAL MCE. Smooth.and easy riding that wiH pull any hill : that has a. road up it. We have a few Cars Now in Stock, . f lady friend i Ask some ifim 'has taken Cardui. Stic vT& tell you how: it Iicbpedlier. TryvCarduL SiefHh, AH Dxaggists ha The one" day In October that will be emphasized above all other days is the fourth Sunday, October 26th, which is "the day set aside and known as the Say for "Cailmg; Out the Called;" Ken tucky expects to have at least 300 young people to dedicate their lives tfor special religious work on this day. Ministers, pastors, Sunday school workers, pastors' assistants, and 5. Y. P. U. workers will hear the call for these different lines of service on this day. One of the most hopeful signs that the Baptists have is the fact that the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary had on October 1st the largest opening of any in the past three years. "The "W. M. U. Training School at Lou isville had 123 young ladies enrolled Ifor special training. Everywhere the campaign has gotten first place in the thinking of the Baptists, and at thlr time Kentucky Baptists are going to do a little of what they have "been waiting many years ? do. -for--war- ing. i m m i iBi . m p; - We!fe(p a Full Line of Parts at all Times d mn & &i MM BAPTISTS TUOEHTS GILL - IMPIU REST ldtcafions Point To Certain Victory In 75 Million Drive. NATION STRIKE Form Patriotic Society Close Shops and Banks to Gain Patriotic Demands -- WOODSON GteEENSBORG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. J Situation There Outlined IBebl X IL Black, Publicity iTDDate. EV. J. R. BLACK Sf" Di-,.isacor, GOVERNMENT ALLOWS POINTS Mies Describes Progress '13b.. the Blu&i'Grass State :. Harriet Smith, Y. W. C. A. 8tudent Secretary In China, Relates Amazing Story of How 20,000 Students Organized Themselves. By BERNICE GRlSWOLD. W niw, aeirranaw, triotism. r illss Harriet Smith, for ten years a, student; .secretary of the Young Worn-en's ChristTan Association in Shanghai, China, relates the amazing story of how ,20,000 Chinese students" organized themselves to-ous- t By BEV. J. R. BLACK Kentucky Publicity Director -- Tbs organization, of Southern lor the raising of 75 million Bap-iSist- s dol-Star Sihis people" has now been pushed out janHE3jBf ihe 18 Southern :state3,have the suggested organization. . ilfoHdsred tKestocky is not hehind In the number' aarSBjthe.7G district associations there .iare sow "70 associational organizors, "SK sssociational puhliclty men and. 60 -- ??r. M. SL'organlzers It Js the urj da kikre one ol each of these in each jai63Cixtlon- anil then in the leoal cyksMa'mfk)Mrlem what 'was babnenn . for all phases of work fostered by protected from the aggression of other nations by the Peace Treaty, as she had expected to be, some 20,000 students, all of' them hetween the ages of years and In twelve' and twenty-on- e cluding. 8,000 girls, organized themselves into the Chinese Students' Patriotic Society Immediately after the publication of the first draft of the Peace Treaty to fight for Chinese rights. Their first move was to strike from school or, rather, from lectures,, as they remained in their respective schools and. spent .so many hours dally In private study. They then organized into bands for getting out propaganda literature and for public speaking- in the country and'small towns and fcrthe tea shops in poorer iJIstricts of the cities in order thS they might reach the vast numbers ofpeople "who could not read, Immediately upon organizing, the, students published their demands, four in number: (1) that the militarists, and who aff a party were practically controlled the Government at Peking, be put out of officer "(2) that Shantung he returned to China; (3) demands made by that the twenty-on-e Japan in 1915 be cancelled; (4) that, there be freedom of speech and of .the press. They also Insisted that the Chinese constitution be finished. An Immense amount of literature was put out, much of it in'tho new phonetic script which 4s being launch- pro-Japane- se Government offices In Peking and. how they succeeded In becoming the leaders of China. Fearing that China was .not to be the militarists from Association of Imprisoned Students within and refused to be released, the stockade, themselves, whea Government guards were- taken awayw untll the Government submitted' a proper apology for haymg imprisoned them in the beginning. ) When Itbecame- evident that economic pressure was all. that would, be effective both the-- bankers andmer-chan- s .guilds were called upon to hack Hn less than .two the students. 'hours," Miss Smith said, "the shutters were up at. every shop in that great 'city of Shanghai, "where telephones are ifew and communication difficult lEvery shop, whether large or small, 'twas closedA The laboring people; feeling as. patriotic as the. bankers, merchants and students, also joined the general strike. For a Tveek everything anthe-priso- of Peking they formed snrnng me people to paWhen many of them while parading la the.- streets. were-arresteplck-etlng VOLUNTEER Roll. Call the million worker in the country who inll help, "to enroll Red Cross members in the- Third -- Be' one of WE W1TH ARE FISHING FOR FAVORS AS BA,T - November-2-H- . - -- The Red Cross, needs $1&,000,000 to complete war relief obligations overseas. The Lake Kvision's share is $l,S89iQ00. The Red Cross needs new mem? bers for 192ft to-- carry- en. Red Cross service for Americans; YO.UR CHAPTER NEEDS. YOU. - SERVICE VOLUNTEER. -- We have resolved to make our service so necessary to every owner of a car that whenever you need any kind of GEQRGELEMENCEAU CAR REPAIRS You will jwas closed fUh shops, money exchanges, markets, shipping, everything. The students struggled to keep .public utilities running. The telephone serv-'ic-e was stopped lor a short time," but 'the students soon hacULxunntng again. They held meetings day andnlgb.tr try. just naturally think of of us firsti-We- . want you to think our service as the "SATISFACTORY s SERVICE" THIRD MP v- CROSS TV v . To accomplish this we STICK to the JOB until it is done RIGHT. Givstis FIRST TRIAL. We'll Get Tha Rest. t- ROLL CALL ". '""-' ' ... &?'"" j - 'J. '' ,. . '". Ttim to Rk'Joiril JS , French republic, is the president of the peace congress, having been. t!j ' lui uiai ii.t; nut uiujr Ut sy HWi saent to France nut also in reco nutlrjfc' of Mi great ability. Long knd tiw ."Tiger," Mr. Clecaenceau has lighter for deoo- twljw beea- - a Georges Olemeaceau, premier of the The "SERVICE" Garage HORD & HUTCHISON, . Proprietors, Comer Main and Depot Streets. Formerly Gowdy's Stable. 3 c2arci:)arD - "W -. , xrm-- 'Will b - V .J- -- ?- v. - . - an orwalaw -- . ;i -- ....-- -- $: y. y - - "' '. ."-.- -v dfcvesrst ". r ;"r- - i t--- .rr.'ri5afei' vgS&-p-; 't- -l .. x -- iva.,K?JA j'r-rrv. r" m--. wc 9&? mSr' fE 4Ai 'M V J a"r -- r?r.- - ,f. T (V w ass rrt.r tfr. & . . .. r. .r. ats.ifafrj'.3ff-?jSMiwaew flSttj'Br -- fe 7; -' T-ahC 5' stfr Campbellsville, Kentucky. 33M" ljf: ri ?"' --. , IH rr - i- J ' ! THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'WeSL"Asmedl WILL BUILD FARM -- HOME FOR WAIFS 4lBackTo1ha Soil" For Destitute In Kentucky Children's HCSTHWtE Sfttt. Xnnt'j, Cars to. Ipou&fed for the inMiMt f Itch. Umax. a. Tetter, snd. to old by tfc4ra ate oatke strict nanatM t ww pKrcMse pnc, e, yrm prapgrawiwi im y M Hunt's cmfl Mm feaottfar "0"0"$$44 M$04H9HfrtiHQHQH&a9' WHERE TO BUY v k. Home GOVERNOR atourttokt Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Ky. uaeucacwBV. xr; ll ii I YOUR v7h .r - INDORSES PLAN ALL UP TO THE SCHOOL-MA'AM- I "MBMWTrtO. CHICM- wi -- When company comes there is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputation as a cook must h,e upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet eeytime. She knows it will not disappoint her. Qcder a can and have the 'Company" kind of- bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. - . Too Ton tire vflen jitc when yoa yoa bay it. use it fe, OVERSEAS NURSES TURN TO PUBLIC HEALTH WORK Red Cross nurses, most of recently returned from service, are to meet to Cleveland, Sept in discuss means of preventing disease. They have chosen as their peacetime occupation the teaching of home hygiene and dietetics to women and girls outside the nursing profession, nd hope in this way to Increase the number marching with the American Red Cross in lis advance against dis- liave none. FIFTY 18-2- The Keutucky Children's Home Society, exclusively devoted to the care of homeless children, will make" a-- drive throughout the state the week of October 27 to 31, for the purpose of raising $800,000. Definite plans have been made and Governor Black has Issued a proclamation asking the unqualified support of all Kentucklans. The Kentucky Children's Home is one of the state's unique Institutions. Duryears of existence It ing its twenty-fiv- e has sent 9,000 children Into good homes and has insured them "a square deal" from the world. It cores for children who otherwisa would'be uncared for. It gives protection to those who otherwise would have no protection. It Is operated by a personnel that w.orks because its members love to work among children. Need New Equipment. , At present, the society Is housed In a group of old residences In Louisville. These buildings are not adapted to the needs of the Institution and children are crowded. They, must sleep In crowded rooms and play on crowded play grounds. When the drive Is completed, the society plans to eliminate .this congesacres of land have tion. Eighty-si- x been purchased ten miles from Louisville on the Louisville and Nashville railroad and a complete cottage farm system ha been planned. This will give children all the room they need, will insure their health and take therft from tho murk and confining influences ofthe city. The society nqWnM 200 children under its care. "When tho newhome is completed It wiltbe able to care for many more. The success of the drive is not a question of locality. The society Is a state institution and cares for the state's horaelos"? children. Those iu one section are as Interested as those in another. Given Wide Support. proposed campaign for funds The has thus far received Jinifled support. Clergymen, teachers and prominent ottienR have signified their approval. One hundred and ten count' school superintendents are backing the proportion. Hundreds of teachers say they will do all In their power to insure its success. School children who have homes will be given opportunities to assist In providing a home for those children who S Kentucky Teachers Are Most Important Factor In , $300000 Drive GILBERT URGES ACTION "The country school-ma'athat faithful, endearing bulwark, of progress and enlightenment is the on whom the success- of Kentucky's $300,000 drive to build a new Children's Hoim depends. The country school-ma'ais the one who is fit the direct position to take charge of the campaign in her school and get the children interested' according to George L. Sehon, superintendent of the Kentucky Children's Home Society, V. O. Gilbert, state superintendent of schools, urges all teachers to put their best efforts into the campaign until it closes tfiejast week in October. "County superintendents are often too busy to enter personally Into the campaign, and perhaps the teach- prs think it is not nn tn thorn, tn tnlr.Vi the initiative in the. matter. I want to nrgOjall county superintendents to put forth iheir best efforts into the campaign, but If some should happen lo forget their duty in this matter, I want to .sec the teachers themselves take hold and push it through to the greul success it deserves; Many of th prominent-jjeop- le over the state vhu would be willing to direct a campaign in their locality, are "busy taTdng .part Jn the political campaign. Here is chance for teachers over the state t show their initiative and1 qualities ot leadership and management In tlieir schools and copimunities." A Business investment. The new home which will be built after the campaign, will be a group of. cottages on a farm ten miles, from Louisville. This will provide wholesome surroundings for the children, and the duties connected with the management of the farm will give vocational training to the older children in the care of the Kentucky Children's m jii'V-so'ua- ge m Gloves Shoes etc. LADIES' DRESS .UNDERWEAR ' - iQimns,' Urn .iaaaak. tmrnm Hiae. earn Lah. nats wans aaV aaal aaa iKa .acw mWWmr m. mb.. w. . -- & .&' " & &' & & x -- , AND' f :';. - GOODS. NOTIONS. 3--'i Ail Wool d Cotton Blankets Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports Phone No. 'J4. J 2. Aroin Murray .-- Columbia, . r Kc r t u cky 4 Next Door to The Adair County New Office. $&&&& 3fi'$&$$ QUICK-RCUtF- Home Society. "It is not only a good, chantaDle cause, but a sound business investment," Mr. Sehon said. "Instead oi 4 ease. GAMP WORKERS AID MEN CIVILIAN RETURNING TO LIFE RED quired more and more as time passes by soldiers returning to civilian life who need aid in making the change. During July 24,677 men passed through tho Kentucky demobilization camp and of this number 2,502 now cases are recorded in the camp Home Service records. In addition 2,270 men applied for information, mostly in regard to Insurance. This total puts Camp Taylor at the head of tho list for all camps in the country in volume of work of this kind. Camp Sherman stands third. Cross Home Service in Camp Taylor (Ky.) and Sherman (O.) have found their assistance re- the constant" yearly drain to provide for the Kentucky children that come ifgrm1! 1 T'ach child will be asked to give, All schools will he solicited by a com- Into our care, we will have fifty acres BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington. Ky. mittee. There will be no competition, of ground upon wjiich to .raise provisions, which will more than pay for but pupils will be asked to contribute the 'cost of the food supplies. The what they can. Odd Fellows' Home at Eminence, Ky., Citizens' committees" are being thirty-seve- n acres--, formed and will canvass the town "u which cultivates raises more food than is consumed, Sold by ihe Jefferier Hardware Store which organized. Remember, it's for the children who and there is a surplus lo apply ou other expenses.' haven't the home your child has. The success of the drive will give health to children who otherwise AROUlSi? E SERVICE USED would he emaciated and weak. It will THE give them an opportunity to become FIND WliSSING Pn. RKmmitlcni. Sore Mmetes. Kemalfla. IUct..ti. IfMferh.. ni all naln. Mooev back II It ' b.03 to easa jmy ache of pain la any part ot the bodr In twenty minutes. rnee egc Nt AT DRUGGISTS, or bv matt poitpald. IT MAKES PAIH SAIL1 A If - m. - r- 4 X V lV-V.- BF.-- . .aSv. . . --- T ?'. ;vr-573-B . Ft'iT5w' "..-.S . 0fe I S5?ffieiaS SBEE3!J5i3SS?' kirIK'?r JfttV 1J" ? ahFWcSEB AMEfil -- WITH good citizens. The proposition will shortly be up to the people of Kentucky. Kentucky wp: See that It goes, through with a sroas.i. For Sale. or 300 bbl Of corn. All kinds' of fodder. Call on JohnD. Turner, on C. S. Harris fem, or S. H. Kassem, near Neat's Store 250 1-- ED CROSg. in aerDia. TO !;B e It.. mmmmm rar .ij "1. V CBT-gMYERS-BARGfcSS f ? . " - : JIM la m- m m-' m 1 zOt&3 2?.-- :- ""llE -i We have about &y?SkZ ""eSMR-- - ,Siti rs 15 YOUR LIFE INSURED? Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE If COMPANY, - helulng to IocatesoIdkrs who have disappeared since their discharge from military service. One is Sorgt. Russell Irving 'Vlles, discharged Juno 17 from service with the Motor Transport Corp 813. v Prlvato Harry C Ross. Co. H. 26th Infantry, First Division, A. B. F., .was sounded while serving at Sotssons July Wms Since that time only reports have reached bfs mother, Mrs. Clark D. Ross, 4042 Third St. Des Moines, leu Private Joseph JBurch "Walker of Montoaglo, Tenn., Is believed "to bo mentally disabled as tbe result of gas. He was discharged from Camp Dodge in June." Private George Nelson, C. E. P., has been missing since February 1, 1919. He is suffering a lapso of mem-orfollowing shell shocks Any of these roqn may be 'In tho Lake Division. Ignorant of names "and addresses. Sections of Home tho American Red Cross-- ju Ohio, Indiana and Kentuc-lcv-arSe-ryJc- ' e in.. MtortT ..ifi m QUI AW'vJi . -r-- COMPANY I c.j- :'WUJMmAtKYz -,i 'j6 i&& WHOLESALE. AND -- RETAIL MILLERS FLOUR IS THE STAFF THEREFORE, HAVE' 40 Years in OFLIFF PURE Jr l 3 IT" the mill business enables us to make"lheJveryBEST and PUREST. We don't use anything but making our Flour. 'the,Ibestrof wheat in ?vfe We Will Makejt to Your Interest to Get Our rrites Deiore ouying cisewnere v y We give our special attention to exchange and fy custom vork,fgiving in exchange for60poundr T r wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bo aJP We Solicit You rParonage. IU I Tk & OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. JUNIORS WURf MILLION As far back as the first winter ox the war, the Red Gross sent to Serbia Jf MEMBERS FOR THIS YEAR 7T7D C V 5 A EyJ0-IAIVVjJI- IDTID fJ Cbrumbia T Kentucij- '- We seirthe Bestfor the least money. 5K See C. T. 24-- C. STUliTS, flgeDt, COLUMBIA; KY. asanltary commission that effectively "checked- - the .scourge of typhus, but after the United States entered the conflict, the Red Cross vyxs nble, In August, 1917, to send a full .commission that carried on extensive relief operations among the suffering ref- PHONE A 260 MILLION Juniors In, the Lake Division in 1919 that la the slogan of the Red Cross department of Junior Member-ahlp- . inslv 7f 't x i&&i8mxlxmi& UNDERTAKER. keep on hands a fall took of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallio Caskets, ud Steel Boxes and two hearses. We - keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. 1 V. Residence Phone, 29. . Office Phone,. 168. .Columbia, 'J. F. TRIPLETT, Ky . ugees of the tortured nation. Hospitals were established, tbe refugees fed, clothed and given medical attention, the army supplied with much needed aental treatment, farm machinery, and seeds provided to help the Serbs re deem their land to productivity, and, not least, measures undertaken for the succor of the children. The terrible condition into which these helpless victims of the Tvar had fallen Is weli portrayed by this photograph of a little Serbian girl wearing" the rags and expression of hopeless dismay that were all she possessed wkea the The division Js 200,000 short of that number, but hopes to enroll that many drive and more in the JUnlors will conduct in the schools during September. The Casltal: Louisville c Trust Jit& LOUISVILLE" KENTUCKY." Prafits'Ovei One MIHk)c.i!arss3r" TobacctLMkl to Safe. -- acres of good Barley tobicco Acta as&ecutor. AdinilsUtor, Gaardlan. AitlConimltteefaaa.Crn8te,ndc '" ' y land for Sals IS is a miles from" as such Sn any Coimn, jihelStter Campbellsville. inTsylor county.. lb : Annum on Tlm DeyealU v , 3 p: cat will be sold iu lota of 50 acres or more, Address, M Taylor Bruett Xarvis' a. BTTOUm' ANQ1U A. GEAT. Bfrea ", JOM STOCM. FMtot. " pi lr ,r Red Gross casae. 44-t- f Campbellvlll, Ky. i 4daif Goaivty THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tteids j - v ' '"Ertilsked Ok Wedaesiajs. The Election is OveF. xiX "V fit Golamtab J.E.MURRELL., .KeRtacky.. Editor. ?And Mow. the.Stateof Kentucky will Soon be in the Hands e V ry URS. O-flS- r HAM LETT ofthe Republicans. w4c- - Tlfiiii itlr i TimrrpiTinrflTTrt'il to the Interest of Columbia aad tho paopla of Adair t&eCItr I wjrnfag eoontlM. , :a filtered at the Colum' maD matter. Post-offic- e as second MrS Morrow Defeats Governor llacK by -- , Vk.jJSi "." ajttz WED. NOV. 5, 1919. Subscription PrfceElBt and 2ndTroslal Zone tLSOperyer. All Zones beyond 2n$2.00 peryear A Subscription due and Payable In Advance -- a B DicfsiVe Majority .. 2y. y .V$3U - Because of its utility, the Ford One Toil Truck with worni drive has made itself an absolute business necessity. It's so dependable in service wherever placed, flexible and snre in " all-rou- nd And All the Subordinate Republican Candidates fof i 'J' . . n'ffirA PlATtffd. J X becoming scarce in Louisville and unless the strike is settled before cold weather TAX LAW 'AND people in all large cities will suffer for lack of fuel. Coal Is PROHIBITION DID THE WORK. controi and low cost of operation and maintenance and possessing that vanadium steel strength, it has become the want in every line of business, from to manufacturer, from engineer to contractor, from corporation to farmer. Let us tell Necd- give you a demonstration. you details-an- d v Truck Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit. Ford hant The parties.listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. . Therefore, they have been appoint- - Mr. J. R. Garnett Defeated for State Senator. Both the Democratic and Republican parties will now look ( over, the country for Presidential candidates, and in a few The eleption was very quiet to the cause of Gov. Black's dejsnonths. the aspirants will be in Adair county, though the feat, but most people give as before the country. . heaviest vote ever polled inAdair their opinion that the tax law ne .R- and prohibition were "the princiL. Goins, of Bolivia, Mo., was was cast yesterday. epublicans polled something close pal causes. In the cities the forengaged by a couple of sharpers to two thousand votes and the eign element, especially the Ger- in Louisville in the month of Democrats nearly seventeen hun-- mansfwere bitterly opposed to September and swindled out of dred. We have a table of the prohibition.! $13,000 in Liberty bonds. He by precincts, but it Next week we will publish a kept the matter a secret until a vote as cast is impossible to give the figures table showing the official vote of few days ago, thinking he would correctly until the election board Adair county. run across the men. Finally he meets and counts the vote. The Republicans of Adair laid the matter before United The Republicans carried the county are jubilant over the re States Marshal James. If Goin county by about 469 votes in the sult which is natural. All the ever expects to have $13,000 gubernatorial race, and: Mr. Democrats can do is to watch again he had better pe at work vote is about forty them smile, get busy for the next trying to make.it as he will never Branstetters .again see his new found friends. less than that of Mr. Morrow. campaign, having in mind the The subordinate Republican can- correction of mistakes made in didates for State offices ranwith the contest just closed. Gen. Reservations now represent Jas. Garnett wired Mr. 3. W. .the .second line of defense for the Governor. gave Mr. Morrow Flowers late last night that Mr. the Senatorial opponents of the Louisville League of Natioes and the treaty about eight thousand majority JMorrow's majority in lhe State of peace. They took their stand and Gov. Black's vote in Western would be easily twelve thousand. Kentucky did not come up to exon amendments, but despite The vote on the prohibition pectations, and other heavy Demtheir heavy use of poison gas amendment in the State, is' beocratic counties fell down., and ncendiary weapons-raci- al speculation as lieved (o have been lost. and religious issues among them There is much 1 --- ell as regular service stations: v M W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. ;Af Ft SCpTT, Casey Creek, Ky. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. f t,- - THE BUCHANANLYON CO., Incorporated COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY, years subscription for the Adair Co., News, and perhapas a few tney nave been iorcea to re treat, with ranks broken and ALARMING. i great rhetorical losses. Behind "Kentucky has never failed to respond to the calls for help reservations now the obstructionists' are crouching, half standing, half stooping, to facilitate their racing farther rearward when emergency presses. And back they must go; back to a final acceptance of the treaty and the League of Nations as the people want it. There will be new bombarbments from these enemies of the-4;rea- The followiug has been sent us, through the Red Cross Christmas by the investigating committee, seaIs- - We have no thought it at Louisville: "Up to 1912 tubert wH1 do p this ear b,r rather generously the culosis caused more deaths than thatifc wil1 any other disease but after that willing' gift of a generous and time, because of the work done j Prosperous people to aid the un. bv organizations formed to teach fortunates suffering a living sanitation and prevention and the , death from a disease than can be use of modern methods of fight - tcured if Pr0Der methods re fol , -- &. ty. They is ' inevitable. counter attacks and hurl .oratorical bombs in vast numbers at the President and the other supporters of the treaty. But in the end they must surrender their position on reservations as they have already withdrawn from their stand on amendments. GEN. GARNETT AT LANCASTER, Hat will-delive- r The Lancaster Record, speaking of Garrard's court-da- y crowd, Politics was the talk of the day and many came to hear Govern-iO- T Black who was billed to speak, lut was detained at Frankfort business on account that he couldn't leave. He was well represented however by Hon. James Garnett, of Louisville, who spoke for nearly two hours to an audience that filled: the court house to overflowing. His speech was loudly applauded many times and by many as the best .thy.had heard here in many pro-rsounc- ed jBonthf.' -- v"v. ; ing the plague and its spread, it lowed. dropped to third place in the list Hon. Clem Huggins, of of fatal diseases. But heart1 and pneumonia, the lead-- j viIle' and Congressman King ers in the list, lead tuberculosis SwPe sPke to lare audiences here last Monnay. Mr. Huggins by only eight-tentand of one per cent respective- sopreseated tie Democratic party and Cap. Swope the Repub-Kcaly. Mr. Huggins spoke in "There are about twenty-nin- e thousand nine hundred living" the open to about a quarter of cases of tuberculosis in Kentucky. an acre of enthusiastic DemoUnless these patients are proper- crats who stood in front of him ly cared for or taught to care for on the West sideaf the square. themselves very active tasemay His denunciation of the Repubbecome the focus for five other lican party was severe and he was cheered from the beginning cases. Weare trying to stop the to the ending of h;s address. He needless sacrifice of human lives spoke wilh great force and callby teaching the victims of this ed a spade a spade. "Mr. Swope disease to practice the simple occupied the court-hous-e and his laws of sanitation in their homes, address was along the" line3 he in public places and among their introduced here when he spoke friends. in the interest of his candidacy. "In Louisville alone there are Mr; John B, Coffey introduced about three thousand cases of Mr. Huggins and Capt. Swope tuberculosis and last year there,! was presentedeby Judge H. C. were five hundred deaths from Baker. the disease. We are trying to stop the ravages- - of the white EkMet Mickigin. plague in Kentucky and with the help of the generous citizen of the flitorNewa: -t 'v Columbia, Ky., State this end 'ultimately will be " achieved. ., Am enclosing- $1.50foroc Louis-disease hs lines from the automobile manu, would "be of faefctirinor center interest to our Adair Co., friends. We have been in Detriot about six weeks end find it to be a very busy city, containing many factories and employing many workmen, of about every nationality, the largest percent viz, Bolshevikis, Italians, Germans, Canadians, and Jews, The population of Detriot is about 1,000,000 of which only are Americans and 150,000 Germans. I believe the population of Detriot is growing more rapidly than that of any of any other city of the U. S. duetto the inautomobile industry creasing located here, it is also located on the Detroit river, wliich is the greatest commercial water-wa- y in the world. Through which throbs the commercial life of the Great Lakes. Detriot occupies eleven miles of river frontage mostly railway 6,-500 TIME FLIES Yestesday is Gone. To-morr- ow is Fleeting. Never Comes. To-da- y, 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 time it is when you can owna nice clock. I have just received a what nice line of Kitchen, Alarm, and Mantle Clocks. If you need one call and look my line over. L Columbia, E. ---- YOUNG, -- Jeweler, Kentucky. -- 3 five-tent- hs n. ;. - Inspite of the scarcity of housing U3 to think. Here and there a accomodations we succeeded in man has learned the real aervice finding a suitable location, being of criticism anc usually he u a only four blocks from the Maxman who has attained to more well Motor Co., where we are than average success in life. employed, also on the Oakland We are all more or less like the ave carline 40 minutes ride from proverbial ostrich. We like to the Cadillac square. convince ourselves that our faults Thus far the' steel strike has are really our virtues, in that we not noticeably affected the proare doing good work in the world gress of the manufacture of when in truth we are lagging far motor cars, since they had a behind our actual capacity and sufficient supply of steel and on drifting along rather than really hands when strikers went out. and steamer docks. living. William E. Towne. Old H. C. of L. is also located difficulty There is a prevailing Profiteering In Floar. for providing home for the con- in Detriot, board ranging from tinual inflow of emigrants and $9.00 to $12.00 per week, but all What is profiteering? It is the many new houses are being erect- of the factories pay gosd wages em- Charging of more than a fair ed to accomodate them, especially which therefore enables the ployee to meet the high prices profit for goods, for the nehomes for the employee of the Detriot has also an Independent cessities of life particularly. factories. industry of personal interest de People must eat. Bread is the - Belle Isle located in the Detriot veloped from the cosmopolitans staff of life. S. Thruston Ballard river, is only a few minutes ride by boats from the Detriot lochs, of her nationalities of people, candidate for Lieutenant Govern, be- or on the Republican ticket, is a is said to be unequaled in the which is "do the other fellow world, for its beauty as a park. fore he does you," in fact this is miller, a manufacturer of flour a growing industry about every from which bread is made. By Its special attractions are the his own statement to the Kenwhere. zoological gardens and the hortin Hope some of our friends of tucky High Cost of Living cultural building which contains he sold flour in Louisville., will find something of in. animal and, plant life from the Adair you find at $ . 0 a barrel more than he is four corners of the world, a public terest in this letter, if Waiting selling . goods in New Orlean?, bath house with 800 rooms, 5J space for it in the News. Louisiana. It is notto be supposmiles shore drive and many to receive our first issue of the ed that a business magnificent boulevards for auto-ist- News. man like Mr. Ballard would sell Respectfully. his goods at less than a profit in James and Calvin Cox. Detroit is a great health resort New Orleans. Therefore, the 1084 Oakland ave, and is a center for excursionists conclusion is inevitable that Mr. Detroit, Mich., and touriBts from all parts of Ballard sold flour in Kentucky at -. . America. $1.10 more per barrel than a Helpfulness ef Criticism. Besides being the center of the reasonable profit. No wonder he automobile industry and many is a rich man and no wonder the articles are made here such other It is natural to resent criticism Republican party, locking for cash registration, steel and as anything shakes men with means to help it elect castings and many We dislike a State ticket, aluminum him or compels p one of it? candidate?. our kinds of machinery, different Ofe-missio1 1 L i hard-heade- d s. '- 1 -- ha's-ftelect- ed self-complacen- cy A J :&D!KLR OOUHTY NEWS,, zzsaz&xz s rsw SMUnamasrerTso -- PERSONALS .. of the first named, who are in the Llndsey-Wilson. , - , - . Mrs.fJ. N Pagenas returned from visiting her,parents, Judge and Mrs. Kontl cello Sinclair. Her fa.tber,Jn?acompanv.J TONIC'S MERITS. JT: .aJ...-i'rMrs. Elizabeth Collins, of this place, witteMfifc.Gjrge McMabanttnete . v ao uampqeusvuie. is quite sick. "t was Mr. C. C. King, Louisville, Prof J, W. Jones and 'wife, ahd "Trutona Worked Like Magic in , Miss Anna .Eubank,- all' teachers at here a few days ago. My Case," Mrs, Richey "As-- '; r "T. T.' Mr. A. H. Ballard was at home last Livingston, were here the" first of the serts. week.. Prof.'JoBes is the principal of : Monday ndJTuesday. Mr. Nat Terry, of Cave City, spent the school in that place. Paducah. Kv.. Nov.- 4. Mrs. S. A a --Dr. O. P. Miller and wife returne ..'- last week Id Golumbia. Bichey 66 years old, of 441 South Miss Edna Lewis returned from from Louisville RSunday night. Tbe Sixth street, has been .a resident of doctor reports that his sister, Miss Louisville. lastSundaynight. Paducah for the past twenty-aaveMary, issitting up, and will soon be Mr. John C. Eubank, of Campbellsyears, twenty one years of which haye , able to leave the hospital.. agd. ville, was here a fewdays been spent as a practical nurse. These Mies Ella Todd, Matron of Columbia years very of experience jis a curse, have EdwardSpears, who has been Chapter, Eastern Star Masons, attend- given toT Mrs. Rlchey a thoroughsick, is reported much better. ed the Grand Chapter, as the represen knowledge of many different medicines Mr. Bay JConover, wife and bod, tative of the local Chapter, which con a. fact which will lend inestimable James, are visiting in Corbin. vened at Lebanon last week. force to her endorsement of Trutona, Mrs Kay Montgomery returned Mr. A. A. Hunddleston, Common the perfect tonic." ' from Bowling Green last week. wealth's Attorney, of this Judicial ''Trutona has worked like magic in Col. T. W. Simms, of Fairfield, Ky., district, was in Columbia last Wednesmy case," is the tribute paid the' tonwas here and cried the lot sale. day enroute to his home, in Burkes-vili- ic by Mrs. Richey. Mr. W. J. Chumley, of .he Jamesfrom the Liberty court. l'd.liad kidney trouble for several, Friday. town bar, was hee last Webb, son of Mr. John A. years," she said. "This caused pains Lawrence Miss Bertha "walls, of Louisville, Webb, of Bussell county, who Jives in my back so severe a t. times that 1 Miss Elizabeth Jones. is out West, was in Columbia one day last could hardly get around. My stomach n about this was in bad condition, too. After eatWillis Page, of Sparksville, who is in week. He was place fifteen cr eighteen years ago ing I'd feel bloated and would be .anthe army andj'who was wounded in noy e3 fbyaTBhortness. of breath. Be France, reacbed;home, en a;furlough, Mr. J, A.fSanders, wife, asd chil last week. dren, of Campbellsville, spent last Sue-da- y cause "of my weakened kiddeys I would' tlrnes; Mr. J. 0. Durham. Campbellsville, with. relatives in Columbia.. His have to get up seven or eight y; spent severaljgdays in Columbia last wife is a sister of Mr. Jo Kniftey and during the night." gained from Tru"The relief I've week. a daughter of Mrs: W. I.. Ingram. tona has been remarkable. I never John Dunbar Jvisjtedihis brother.. Mr. T. O. Patteson left this morn get up in the night now, oh Cecil, at Berea College, last Sunday. ling for Detroit, Mich. where he iiasJ have to account, of my kidneys. The pains, in Mr. Geo.JE, Wilson was in Lebanon accepted a position; . He, is an' exceF my backThave disappeared. And my and he also attendedlth'elG rand Cha- lent poung.man and we trust that his say pter efforts in his new place ,o business stomach well; it's sufficient to that'I enjoy my meals as never before. Mr.lB. C.Borders, Campbellsville, villi be crownedjwith snecrss. The beauty of It is that everything I Mr. F. M. Feland, of Lawrenceburg, was over to see our groceryman few a eat agrees with me. I can recommend visited Columbia the first of the week. tfays'since. Trutona as the medicine thatjjives He was a student in Columbia ChrisMessrs. John.JAttis and Dudley relief and I hope others suffering as I of Jamestown, were here a tian College forty years ago. Mr. did will try it " fc'eland is an attorney," and his old few days ago. Trutona is now being introduced Columbia friends were glad to see E. B. McLean, traveling salesMr. and exp'alned in Columbia at. Paull him. man, reached Columbia Friday and reAdv. J)rug Store. Mr. Luther Antle, who was in mained over Sunday. months, and in France twenty-seveBegulate the bowels when they fail Mrs. Presley Clark, of Bowleg several battles, --wounded once, is here to move properly. HERBINE is an Green, is visiting her sistsr-i- n law, on a furlough. His many friends were admirable bowel regulator. It helps Mrs. C. M. Russell. glad to see him. He will be discharged -- restores a and stomach and Mrs. W. H.Neas, JBroken Arrow, some time next month. His father, the liver fine feeling of strength and buoyancy. Okla., visited at thehome of Mr. T. brothers, and sisters at present.are livSold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. C. Faulkner last week. ing in Illinois. Mr. G. W. Staples.lwho Is employed Graded and High' School lienor arexington.tcame home to be with Roll. his wifeIan3"sotfa few days. v. r - Mrs. Ira Powers, of Harrodsburg, :' " . ' ' NURSE OFFERS HER OPINION OF '"M IVIKy.Si Is 1- - ' -- '.- VALUABLE FARM !t ......, -- ;vi3h . 'v f- -- S it FOR SALE - ' v 'p n . - i i . S -- i - Located Near Cane Valley, Adair County Kentucky. It is Known Farm-contain- s as the Penick Smith Farm " 1 , e, well-know- 286 acres, all in grass but fifty acres, and s This Valuable located as above stated, near Cane Valley, Ky., and is known as one of the DWELLING, in best farms in Adair County. On it is a LARGE, 1 good repair, and three good barns, two tenant houses,gand a splendid orchard. The farm Is fvell watered, five or six good springs,and a never-failibranch for stock. It is considered a good Blue-grafarm. This sale will take place at the farm ng ss QNjSATURDAY, NOVEMBER"15,?19I9v SACEsWILL BEGIN AT 9:30 O'CLOCK, PROIViPTLV. ... : r . -- . V f-- t LIVE STOCK At the same HAY we wiU sell 9 good mujes, Iwo good brood mares, about 20 head of yearlingcaltle 15 sfeera; and five heifers,. 7 milk, cows and calves, one good bull, 2 sows and 14 shoals. . 16 stacks of hay, one hundred barrels of corn, one stack of oats,, a wagon, buggy, farm- - machinery,. dIows- harness. Household and Kitchen Furniture. time, -- Mc-Farlan- d, I T-- B. and W. - C. SMITH, admin IV Frances Eussell, n " Allene Nell. Robert Williamsi Marie Ingram, Alice Jackman, Marvirr Sinclair, DelberkArnold,- 'Anna Dohoney. High School. 1st .Year ' ; Franic Callison, ' Rachel '.Coffey, ':' .-- - IS! -k-I-N-K J& - ' m !!! 111 ? ... , LUCIAN BELL, Columbia, (wMi agent, "Morris Following is the honor roll for the To the BanKers of Kentucky. Columbia Graded and High School for the second school month ending Oct. Stanley Cundlff, The Government Is now prosecutihg 24. In order to. beupon the honor " Mary?Hughes. ' . 90 or a National Thrift Campaign, and I roll a pupil must have a grade of A. P. Prather, Supt. hope that all the banks In this state more in each subject, stubied, togethwill give this movement their un- er with a deportment "of 90 or above: SURGEONS agree that in cases of qualified support. The organizing of 1st Grade. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, Saving societies for the purchase of' Nancy Montgomery, the FIRST TREATMENT is. most Thrift and Savings Stamps and the Phelps, important. When an EFFICIENT Buth new Treasury Savings Certificates Kavanaugh Loy, antiseptic is applied promptly, there will convert many spenders into savers. Winnie Sinclair,. is no danger of infectlon( and the lies. Every new saver created ultimately Gayron Strange. wound begins to heal at xonce. For Cv T Mr. L. O. Taylor, who is employed becomes bapk depositor. Eyery new 2nd Grade.:is use on man or beast, BOROZONE is at Frankfort, came in last Saturday bank depositor, no matter with what Louise Smith, y the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and V?" and voted theJDemocratic ticket Tues bank he starts, is a distinct addition Bernice Murrell. HEALING AGENT... Buy it now t .. day. to tbe entire banking commu3rd Grade., andbe ready for an emergency. Sold Judge Bollin Hurt, of theCourt of nity. A person once having acquired Adv Mbrgan, by PaulPDrug. Fred Appeals, reached home the latter part the habit of saving, will be a bank Ella Jackman, oflast week. He will be here "only a customer all his life. For this reason Two Thieves Caught. Elizabeth Montgomeryf.'M-.-i- ' every Bank in tills state should push tew days. ' -: Nona Waggener, ', Mr. aid M)G. W. H. Wilson aid sob, this movement to the utmost of its BertieJanes, ,5 Laat Monday night two colo- r, Henry, and Mrs. Ella Colvin, ability, not forgetting that every Emma-L- . Menzies." redmen entered the barn of D. Campbellsville; were here the Inst of Thrift and Savings Stamp and Treas4th Grade. ury Savings Certificates sold will D Sandige, a farmer oir the the week. Leonard Noer, build up a sayings account. Columbia pike about two miles . Denver McClister," Dr. F. H. Winfrey, who is an. emThrift practiced means the retain - Samuel Kelsay, , south of our town, and stole his ployee of the State, arrived home last -ing of wealth in the hands of those. Ruby Neat, ,, , Saturday He will return toFrank-for- t automobile. The theft was' dis, who earn ic, instead of allowing it to .. covered Tuesday, morning and Lucile Epperson, . jweek. this Bessie Bennett, Mrs. 0. A. Bay, (nee Miss Nannie become concentrated in the hands of Mr Sandige traced the theives the few. Nothing will stabilize our Cecil Sullivan, Faulkner,) Chalybeate. Ky., visited some distance on the Campbells- ".- Governmenl more than the (bringing 'vEffle Sahdusky, the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .villepike and then telephoned to about of this general condition' of Lillian McMahan, T. C. Faulkner, last week. -- Mr. C. P. Tatum, who representative LouisvilleJPaper Company, called at The News office a few days ago. Miss RubaJ Wagoner, of Horse Cave, is visitingifriends in Columbia, stop-- , ping with Mrs. W. B. Patteson. Mr. H. S. Marshall and Mr. J. B. Holdcraft,S Sadieyille, Ky., were at the JeffrieslHotel a few days since. Alexander made his Mr. H.1 K. regular trip to Columbia the latter part of last week. He handles groce Local Hewa Lula PlieUK Mabel Rosenbaum. School.. '5rd Yeai High Fiossie Shively, Mary Graves McMahau. 4th Year' High School. - Epperson." ," , ' m Kentucky. iminiHmftHnniiuiHnimmniniinnHnmiiiittniiiiinuiijs lS4v4 WE INSURE $ 1 - . IN FARM BARNS Better See lis Before It Happens, -- . -- al-ass- -- . Q. R.rREED, . - . Columbia, -- D- - - - Keiitucky. crv ' '" "- uUM-mate- ly '' . ',''.. . later brought to Greensburg Black's speech. tor trial. Mr sandige re iui. juuu vreau xu.uux.c ajm covered his machine and elected trustee of the Big Greek--. recognized the two culprits in school. We are sorry to give np Mr. Yarberry. He has made an the jail at Campbellsville. Greensburg Reoord. Irregular bowel movements 'lead to chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills jthe system with impurities HERBINE is.a great howel regalator. It purifies the system, vitalizes the blood and .puts the digestive organs in fine, vigorous condition Sold by Paull Drug.Co. .. -- Adv good trustee " - r and has dona his - -- . ' Mr. Horace Jeffries represented SNOW LINIMENT- - because many "1 Columbia "Chapter, No 7 B. A. M0 in people who know by experience its 1 the Jrand Chapter, and Mr. G. A relieving power Lmith' repaesented Columbia Lodge, great and pains, prepare intorheumatic apply it aches WO. HO. twinge. Sold by Paull at the first Mr. Claud Buster, who is in college Drug Co. Adv atBussellvllle, visited his home at Creelsboro, last week, and also Bpent JON WHITE k CO. mmm apart of two days with friends In L8WWU.E,KV. Uhml'MHrtaMt Columbia. 4fNvltfe wM T. TJ T.nncr. and wlfA. 'ftnfj ROtl: ur runp ElvJnjiO? Garr, Russell fcoub.ty, were .- ' morning Carter, of Boyse City, who visited relatives and Texas, friends In this county, left on his liomewari- - journey last . Thursday rMr.-W.r9k- thrift. Very truly yoursj JAMES D. BLACK, Gov. Nettie C. Grissom. , 5th Grade. . . . there is, al' ways a large demand for' BALLARD'S Iu damp, chilly wealKer" r Margaret Coffey. '.Mary Helen Patteson, , Leona Rasher.' 6th Grade. '' Anna May Menzies,'. . LinaLoy, 4 '" Montra Pennycuff.i .. 7th Grade. Frances Browning, Lucile Winfrey, junarneips, Ruth Winfrey; ' v. -- Marjorle Kelsay, ,. Margaret Patteson; - runo Opal'Blakeyr 8th"Griali. seveal cities giving a description of the machine and the men suspected. About noon he re- cieved word that. Jhe machine had been located a short distance south of Campbellsville, men had abandoned the ii- .but the and escaped. The machine Taylor County capt- sheriff of .iifed the two suspects on a they reached ' iruck befor Ijreen River Bridge, enroute to "Columbia. They proved tobt ' discharged Willie GravM; eolbred- - soldieri, and Leglie . :, Weed. Miss Inas- best for the school. ' The wet weather has raised?," the water higher than it.Las&" been for severalyears. Uncle Daniel Mooneyham,ageSdc: got onhispoqy last Tuesday aaiti : rode to Grady yille, he went oveaj some of the steepest roads there is in Adair county, without a.sad-v- " die. Luther Moore. Fen Yarberry fsnow moVfiig tbk Moore his farm on Pettits- Pork -, . t and Mr. Verdie Edwards all were Scott Hill fa 'gathering iufej.--r happily married in Columbia last " hev says, Miss-Lul- a - Wilson and Mr. - ; wtek. Mr dwn v ": ' here last Saturday. se..dadghters w. Stman. in Mrs. Cassie Wboten ' very ill, forth past' two wetk&his sw miU,thit,ptwk- was caut&tc'- - Tnty fwe ioOfffKl m Several oTthe farr&en were in Bro. Thompson .Gov;'feV;thk'yeatB CwptxIUTilk and Golumbia the 22,Jtohs J. W.-Moor- oi has been ipkndid work with e if corni He squirrels will., doa't fr has bcens.. - thes-- '"' Cre: ADAIRCCOUNTY. NEWS BAPTISTS PLAN VIGOROUS W A-- ifffi WILSON INVADES HOUSE OF FOES CAlMIEt HIS BATTLE FOR LEAGUE .. OF NATlONlS INTO HOME OF HIS ENEMIES. rs-- t UPON TUBERCULS SIS IN THE SOUTH The Right Angle Store J. " SiklTATOEIUM AT EL PASO, ESTABLISHED FOR THIS PUR-- ' VPOSE, WILL GET FINANCIAL AH) FROM 75 MILLION CAM: PAIGN EDUCATIONAL PROPAGANDA TO, INFORM PEQPUt GIVES COST OF GREAT WAS ON HOW TO COMBAT PLAGUE WILI. BE CONDUCTED. t i JTEE-PE- E -.- RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 1 2 Ply $2.25 - FLOROID '" . 2 Ply $3,10 Ply $2.50 Informs ThemVrof Lives and Treasure ' A j ; Poured ..Out to Save ' ' Civilization. . - jr ' - " - ",- . ' ? ..y.: . -. "--: Wagdh and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching; . .. -- - (By Mt. "Clemens News Bureau)' . . I.-S- rJpBflBttitfaKttflB: BSsiuuiSssBlHiHBfeMHiHBSJKBHBHK BKuHHMIIflHBHiiHK!2 'TriTwfly ygSBBHWEjE ySmHCiHHB'?l . v.araSv'B ,. ii2g-----?r . : . 4 covenant of the League of Nations in--, to their households, "President .Wilson last Week invaded California. FANCY And there, where the question, on which league opponents have hammered the hardest, that of Shan Tung is .of most interest, the president found vX viy the same enthusiasm among the people for peace and for insurance against future wars. The people want y xiHI(A k the long controversy ended. They .v Vsir "slfc"owant .this country to be able to again x B!bbw!Bmk. turn its undivided attention to social, Administration building of Southern Baptist Sanatorium for treatment oi economic and industrial development. tuberculosis patients, located 4500 feet above sea .levjel. Their leaders may not feel this way, judging- - from the expressions r Do you Jmow that tuberculosis 13 75 Million Campaign this institution but which met the president on every side. more prevalent in the South than in will receive $500,000 for the erection The leaders have overstepped the of additional buildings fend $500,000 any other part of the country? ' ' for an endowment that will enable limits of the peoples patience In their . That the death rate from tubercul- the sanatorium to .minister, to those stubborn determination to, force "a osis Here is 14.2 per tent greater than indigent .'patients who are unable to change in the great document lor the nation as a whole, and greater pay for treatment " " MustrTake This League. civilized nation on the than y That there. is;. an imperative need Oiir Twq;LargeLower Floors are Kept Filled With Best Groceries "We must takff this League of. Na--' lo"be with the exception of China? for an institution of this character , them people a day, or Is snown rn "the fact that all institu tions," said the president, . ";" Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. That more than 150 j 57,782 a year,, die In the South and tions in .the South and Southwest for Lis no. way in which another can b8 Added to We Have Above Line the Southwest from this dreaded, the treatment of tuberculosis have a obtained "without compelling recon' total capacity of only 8,757 beds, or sideration, "by the power. And-- it That there are within the territory one tied for only one person out of would, sit very ilL upon my stomach to of the Southern Baptist Conr entlon every sixty in this section who are af take it back to Germany for considera275,000 persons actively infected with flicted. tion." ALL -A-CCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. the great white plague and an equal Everything connected with the Bap"All oyer the world people, are lookIF number Jhave inactive, infection? tist Sanatorium is modern and of the ing to us with confidence pur rivals That the money loss to the "South very best, but its present eaulmnent along with the weaker nations. I pray each year from tuberculosis Is $176f- js far too small to. .cope with the de-- 1 God. that the gentlemen who are de-000,000? mands that ae made .upon it. Of the laying this, thing may presently see it ? These startling 'facts were Drougnr improvement iund that Is to be nro- - in a. different, light" to the attention of the Southern Bap-li- Yided $100,000 Ts available already is, Germany, the president declared, Convention "at its session in19i6 and architects afe already designing taking new courage, from our delayln 'V-y'i- , WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS and a. resolution was at once adopted new-- buildings worth $450,000.- These ratifying the treaty and Jhej news to try and check the spread of tne wm. e. constructed just as rapidly as papers and public men were again bedisease ana' provide reuei as iar as possible. coming arrogantly . possible Vfor those already infected While the sanatorium Is- being op Deeply Impressive were the figures "with it erated ty the Baptists, It will fee open of cost of the late war, in lives As a result of this movement there to the people of all creeds and no andthe dollars. It. "was the first time that was established in the high, cool, rare Cr,eed. Due to the crowded conditions, atmosphere of El Paso, Texas, the , however, it is .necessary that arrange the official statistics have been made the tremendous totals Southern Baptist Sanatorium which ments be made in advance by cbmmu--aiin- publio and president's shocked, the audiences. to minister to as many patients nicating with Dr. H. F, Termillion, su-a-s possible and to disseminate perintendent, at Ef Paso, Shows Cost of World War. throughout the South and "Southwest The sanatorium is under the. " "The war," said President Wilson, information that will result In, - eral supervision, of the Home Mission cost Great Britain and. and' her Dochecking the further spread of the Board of- the Southern Baptist .Com mains $38,000,000,000; France ?26,000r COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. disease and enable, those who have vention, and in addition to treating 000,000; the United States just contracted it to obtain immedi- - ( patients who have already contracted RuBsia ?18,000,OOO.ObQ; Italy ate cures by proper methods of living. Huberculosis, it, will seek, through a $13,000,000,000 and a total, including With the active assistance of th ' campaign, ,of publicity, to so inform business interests of El Paso a m6dthe people of the South and South- the expenditures, of Japan, Belgium ern sanatorium, located upon a beau-- l vest on the nature and prevention of and other small countries, of $123,000,--000,00Bujlnew Phone 1 Phone 13 B tiful tract of 143 acres on the side this, disease that the alarming death EVERYTHING IN - at a height of 4,500 rate from the white plague "It cost the Central Powers as folof ML Franklin,can be. was opened for "the healing of mediately lowered and .finally reduced lows: Germany ?39,'000,000,000; $21,000,000,000; Turey OR. the people, and through the Baptist to the minimum;. and Bulgaria $3.000,0Q0',000. plying these needs that the $20,000,000 "The United States," the president tappprtipnect to .Christian Bducatipn will 'said, "spent one million ollirs an DENTISTI be expended. hour night and day for two years ia To these institutions the denomina- - its struggle" to save civilization. All tion, is looking ior its trained leaders this, however, fades into insigni- Office1, Front, rooms in Jeffries, B'l'dg i to help carry forward, th. work along when, the deaths by IIFI1N evory line contemplated in the $75 ficance considered, - .declared battle are up Starrs.' 000,000 campaign. In Texas alone gave 1,- president. - Russia there are . 700 pastorless Baptist ttib Also Ellwood and American Fence. 700,000 inen; Germany churches end probably the same pro plan much portion holds in the; other states. It Is France 1,380,000; Great Drltair-900,-00'k Kentucky fsojjthern-baptist- s Columbia, vT Xarger provision for Italy 364,000; the. United States - ..j.--'.. - hoped the campaign will call out 5,000 50,300. In all,- almost 7,500,000 men volunteers for ministerial and missioninstitutions. ary work and these institutions will be perished in the great struggle,, or. than died.in all of asked to equip these young men and ",500,000" more-me. the wars of the previous 100 years. women lor their work, AID RURAL SCHOOLS - Last year, reports show, over 6;000 Should Remember Recent Horrors. Incorporated students in these institutions toolr vol- 1 1 6. Cast Mi'Kct "These are. terrible facts, and we r Streei Del ween First and Brook J untary courses in Bible and mission " Vtterikary Surgepn.and.DfnllsI. tluceess of 75 Million Campaign Will study? nearly 4,00.0 of them attended ought never tof qrget them. We went Louisville, Ky. :Tstudent prayer meetings y ministerial into this war to do a thing that was MeanfStrengthenIng of Educational "' "'--' fundamental for the world, and what I Special attenticn given" Diseases of V students pastoring churches raised Forces AH Along the Line In . more than $80,000 for church "benevo have come out on this Journey for is Next Fve Years. lences and led more than 10,OOD people to determine whether the country has Domestic ,Animals to profess Christ Tha campaign hopes forgotten or not I havo found, out " Of the total sum sought in the to result in enrolling 35,000 .young men The country has not forgotten" and it Office at Residence, J. mile of. town, on i?20.000,000 and women in Baptist schools within will never permit any who stands Million Ccjnpaign, '" to' Christian education.' the- next five years. " - itrfll go in the way of the fulfillment of our ' Jamestown V road,' But the educational program of the great pledges, ever to forget the sorThe South-widinstitutions that will 13ptists will not stop there. It benefit from the campaign include rowful day he made the attempt" Phone 114 G. to lend itself to the creation of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Arbitration and discussion, the presit public sentiment that will result in and Women's Traimng School at Louis- ident pointed out, must replace force Columbi-.- , Ky. more offlcient public schools in the ville, Ky., Southwestern Baptist Theo- of arms in the settlement of yprld. logical Seminary and Women's Train- controversies. Constantly he dwells territory Df the Southern Baptist especially in the rural dis- ing School Worth, Tex., Baptist Upon the fact that all the nations,, in tricts. In this connection it is pointed Bible Institute,- New Orleans, and Ne- tho League agree to do one of two .sr-f- , .tout that 37 per cent of tha total ele- gro Theological Seminary at Nashville, things, tosubmit their differences first mentary scholastic population of the while aid will be given to every Bap--4 n nrhltrs . Inn ,. In 'which fias" thflV .. the tist institution ot learning in all states W vntion is found in the South; that agree u auiuo oy uib .rural scholastic - population of the of the. convention territory, and to new or, if unwilling- to arbitrate,- "to Is 7.7 per cent of the wholej that Baptist colleges that, will be estab--: Aiscui-i-hy'tCounCOLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. . as mueli money per lished in Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, havetheircase pnly cil of" the League, in which c&s - Jfcapita 4s expended fin the education Louisiana and New Mexico, along with Is granted for discussion. Business! Solicited ,of the children of'the South as on the one somewhere In the region of the Ap- months . elapse-- , following of the coun-'tr- palachian mountains yet4o he defi- Three months must le&lldren of other sections the result of this last step in arbitral thationly. 37 out of every 1)000 nitely located. . ADAIRIand ADJOINING tion "before the nation concerned can pupils in the South enter high schooldeclare vrai. - a against 87 from other sections; and BAPTIST CAMPAIGN COMES , BOUNTIES CHEAPLY, "v only 10 from the South enter college Holds Out Hofi For Ireland. .,as against 21 from other sections. . " The. president- - took advaatsife o X MWOLFORD, the territory Expense In raising the' '$76,000,000 Distributed. ran-cisco questions propounded by -Southtrn Sitptist Convantion sought "by the Baptists of the South . the Labor Council Jo give the Imfer-reac-e eA5YCeREEK, KY. :4r 142'- - educatiofial institutions, in- - In their .75 Million Campaign wJHJ that he. believes Ireland cut bring ' -- h41ag tcdemiefe, collefesyuiIyerl .amount to .considerably lees than one oi Nations y" wtt, MHtinanes, ana aisuoMry trm- - ,Pr ceat Dr. !. JL Scarborpujh, )pet. her cue. before . , & x.orvnD i r for 4tU.ment fca the LetbfM i women. The hvea esciools-roairwto r, ann.me, Tkie 1bc1 V "AJSanltaryShop,. where both SatIsfactlonand - istal enrollment of 18,000 annually, - r. actuly b xstecr .',-..tit. xMMfQf WUi the gMim,I declared, Trill tehtM-L;fcof tmB arc crowdM. fruy. i. Ftr . Gratification are Guaranteed. Mi. Stuui Twf, he -- M Chlna i 4 faeillUw .! avwr war,-- H.rirc. TkU k wrskUr yieiwe to titat irfww W'Bele-amwt av Give, Trial and be Convinced. i& ;aaay- -u t tW rt w Mt tl-H-:.-- jythi&. 'AmA iritk U la A CliEte UyrtgM PkMo. . Lgie of fkuri MMyftiat-f- f rt . im. :, hMVMi .. ideut, w'iuT toroe, , piAO. .th .; o Mmm. 1 t . . OtJawWfjiiCy. President Wilson's-'Specitrain Carrying his war against those who oppose the adoption by the United States of the peace treaty and the Aboard. al .V Gent's Furnishing Goocjs, Clocks, Etc. !,-m t I CooMng Ranges and Stoves MEAT, STAPLE FRESH and GROCERIE. . . nWPWWirxjJHIHIiBSxiam v- : . Furniture. 3wee-and Carpets, Rugs - Druggets. . "" -- - .Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass Bedsteads; Chairs, Kockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. -- 'T;.:- J . in-an- the ... dis-er.s- - Just the Sewing Machines, Clocka, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. - st - " out-spoke- - W have 1,000 j'ards of Straw Matting. Come in and see it. ''.'"' THE VlcfOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat. Night s gen-the- -- NELL & CHEATHAM, I - $22,000,-000,00- 0; -- 0. . lm-fee- t, Austria-- Hungary, J. N.IMURRELL SPEND $20,000,000 E ,.. DUH all Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. 0; '- 'f' their " - - Steel Fence Posts n -- !,. H. Jones ' DEHLEP BROS. CO N . - Bap-rtist-7- 5' - o ' '". - W.T. RICE I pro-r-jpos- os Con-.ventio- n, at-;Fp- - ... -- ,, SURETY BONDS . FIRE insurance, life t - - AUCTIONEER INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES- - I $ I he one-sixt- h B-- X J yi -- -- xxwmM.m xxwmxxms&mx.X s Golumbia Barber Shpp J5.. . 3K. Ys - the-Ba- the-Lepg- -- bt w hoy k4-qtftirvi- ae ty lrr u -- eS tl. d: " n. Ja, " ". 'This aiuOLbe dan.- on OCO-un- rnN-,B- w ett Ntu ".. jw m .". - H,-1w- 4 5k -.. Mrs. ? an us a w-.j. -- i";? . , x x -- i4i. - ti '"- - v... . " 4-1 ,xr. X Cl' IV -- ' ' . .' , ,'- - ir if : i' ? f--i jt-- 'it- - H' 'Mv:?.'; r, i c- 3l . , -- t .'---- ' . i V- - . - v.t: as? v ?"! ' - o0O0oeoweooo0ajcwoeKRw AUTOMOBILE LINE BG$S- .x7-- "aetartes agreed tcchelp make. '.thV club Goumbla and GampliBiisvliie Mail Car F"YA Ford Car I LrlJLiV TT $1-5- Round Trip, $2775; $2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 0, Special Attention to Traveling Men -- On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville ' a success. At first the meetings of" the club, were laughed at by outsiders and the whole, affair considered a Joke". However, the members ke.pt "on meeting, first at one house and then at another. Soon, the men got over the feeling of strangeness at starting out with their wives on Tuesday evening for a friend's home. The women began to enjoy the outing and to; take" part in' the discussIons an Intelligent Tpart, too much to the surprise of their husbands. The membership gre.w. The club's fame began to. spread. At first the discussions of the "club were conducted "in" Englfsh. Soqn It became necessary . for-the- m of-th- e msis'ii'izm- - firrmr' r?r:--.- v m ....-vt m.-m- -- ?4 M. W X - F 9:30 p. m. and. A p. m. PHONES: ) ) Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, E. NOE. 8 E3O8O0K DRY CLEANING and DYEING! - to he "carried on In Chinese so that more of the women could understand and take .part. Many scoffers, began to apply for' admission. The members began indulging Jn much friendly chaffing and "occasionally forgot their dignity to play jokes on one another. Finally it became so large, that 'it had to be divided into two sections, which met separately three Tuesday evenings hr the month andon vJ .VTTtAa,.-- y 1L J. "5K-- ' AMRI.R Snflh!w:m(Tarito (vmantman Vutrnnil a?VVi?TfT:' ., . .: ,. you ever experienced I Yon never" tasted. such .. mellow-mildnes- s; such refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. "The more" Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a ciga! y ' 1.".ii2f full-bodi- ed io. -J -.- ryt rette revelation I . CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FORS, ETC Send Via Parcel Post -- SWISS CLEANERSAND 617 FOURTH AVE. DYERS ICY. LOUISVILLE, Known all over America. DULLY FOR THE ROLL THIRD GALL CHINESE BECOM OCIAL PIONEE Men and Women For.m Good Fel- RED GROSS quota of funds for the Division Ohio, and Kentucky for the Third Red Cross Roll Call, November' is $1,880,000, according to the recent announcement of MacKenzle R. Todd, campaign manager for the division. This is the Lake Division's share of the $15,000,000 fund asked from the cation to complete American Red" Cross relief work abroad during the coming year. The goal of the Third Red Cross Roll Call is universal membership. In the last drive for funds, the Lake Division quota was $9,400,000. It was oversubscribed by more than four and a halt million. jtate and county quotas will be an- - THE the fourth Tuesday met together for a joint session, with a special program; Students just returned from Amefl- -' can and. German colleges, "hn old Buddhist scholar "who Is particularly Interested in the discussion on Buddhism, and Christianity, merchants, railroad and government officials compose.the men's side of the room. The women-arstill a bit shy about talking in front of so many people, but manjr of them show signs of great executive ability and power of leadership. They poised, clear thinking Indiare viduals,, who will have a great Influence on' China's future. They discuss among themselv.es group meetings In their various churches, the lack of amusements for Chinese women, social service work, subscription lists for the orphanage, cake making, types at stoves, baby diets, the latest engagement and other topics such as one would hear discussed .by a group of women gathered together any place In e all-well -- r' -- 1..'Vc7Xii .?!? tJt'JT . tFVri Everything about Camels, you find sp fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. iuuii :a.y wcuuua me ma uass Dyinemseives tney seem xnaae to meet your own personal, taste in ways ! Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-tas- te or unpleasant cigaretty odor makes desirable to the most fastidious smokers.. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as, meets your .own wishes, for they never tire your taste ! You are always keen for the 13 cigarette satisfaction that makes IOC. package Camels-sattractive. Smokers realize that. the .value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons -so-man- -- rrJivi':-- rs.-. ;., ... - . c Camels-particularl- y M VA-!3X - m o 1 Compare Cameh with any cigarette in the world at any price I Camels are sold everywhere in aclenti&caUi sealed Dackafoa&t 30 cigarette or inn rimrti. ages 300 ctiarettea) in, a &laaaine-papcovered carton. Ve strongly recommend this carton' tor tha home", or office mappty or. wAen you travel er jlV'VTV lowship Club Together Under Y. 1, W. C. A. Leadership. The Good Fellowship Club has made Its appearance In society in Hangchow, China. It began with the desire of a progressive young Chinese doctor to give ills compatriots, especially the Chris-:'.!.some healthful form of social in- ", astound the sober,Chinese gentlemen, but whjch they take up with great zest after the first Evening. And - their wives enjoy It Just as" greatly. Real American picnics are the latest thing which the club has tried, and they-ar- e a great success. A Christmas . play Is being planned now. America. The social en over to part of the evening, is glv-- . games, which at first, R.J.REYN0LDS TOBACCO COMPAliY -- Wuutoa-Salem, N. C. m ... j,ULUUj o; u John R. Downing, Kentucky; Clarence St'anj'ey, Indiana. This will be the only Red Cross campaign this year. Each year bere-,aftthere will be an annual Roll Call for members, to perpetuate in America the service to Americans that is to be the Red Cross peace time work. H. F. "UPssV-fljer btiiLe mauuKeis; unions Chinese people are very :':!. Unitl recently becoming ii UEJTTIST s'jin often meant cutting oneself i . from one's friends and relatives, Am permanently! locatedffinCot nl.su from feast days and festivals. As for joint meetings of men and womlumbia., en well, such a thing was never heard of in decent society. The young doctor's plan of having All Classes of lental work done. Grow a club where men and their wives djeand Inlay. work. a Specialty.' might come together to enjoy a good time with each other was discouraged All ,Worlc Guaranteed and sniffed at. However, a lew people agreed to be pioneers in the cause of Office: netc door to post otHee . social intercourse., and 1. TV. & A. ec- T '. (ituinels for a good, clean, social ' -. 'oyrse, HENRY W. DEPP, 54.800.000 WHAT DOES NOVEMBER TO BE RAISED FOR HOSPITALS - ' 2 T0 Hxr 11 -- w " tmr tfa8r . W .. .r a. &A 4 i Hit' -- 674 1 M teed & KHnHHH-HMMM- HB Division Officials' Answer Questions About The Peace-Tim- e Red Cross A. SI . "Motor Corps, canteens and baje hospital unfts operating under the Department, of Military Relief are being reorganized for peace" time. modern hospital Illustrative of the type of buildings Southern Baptists employing in the relief of human suffering. an FlrBt Aid is being promoted In an effort to save lives. Soldiers In camps at home and abroad still have the Red. Cross with them." Vy. E. Kellobs, Director, Department of .Military Relief. "Red. Cross courses In Home Hygiene .and Care of the Sick arid Dte. tetlcs, .training and enrollment of nurses foe public health service, and preparation for community emergencies are making the Red Cross nurse - a vital factor In raising ifff'vi rTnfflHWWHgmWMIBf Certain-tee- d Certain-tee- d renders a war service. pro-ducts- ' compact that it takes minimum car space, and. so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required yone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correcdy. . The durability and economy of Ctrtaiti'tud are recognized the world ' saves war supplies, because-i- t is made of materials which have no use in war serves war needs because it provides our armies,-- and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because itis so .'It health standards at'jVome.!! Miss V. Lota Larimer, r. N.f Director, Department of Nursing. "Disaster and Emergency Relief has been organized. Information Service established" and Home Service 'c z- will,- - In many - " "" V"- - ' TP" in ' tended to meet .the needs of civilian families as needs of soldiers, and .Lthefr families were met during the1 war." .. .casi be. ex-- . road to better health and larger efU ciency and usefulness was begun wita jn. the bounds, of the Southern Baptla-- . convention in 1890 when theMissouri Baptist Sanitarium was opened In St Louis, From a very small beginning opened at least two more, with consid- in a residence with less than a dozes, erable progress made toward the erec- beds, this institution, has grown inte tion of others. AH of these lnstitu- - a modern Institution with more thaa tiona are liberally patronized and are 300 beds. Other Baptist hospitals in the Soutk hut all of them need to be. enlarged in order to meet the. include Baptist Hospital, Muskogeo. rapidly-growindemands upon them. Okla.; Baptist Hospital, Miami, Okla.; ly "The demand for charity work is espe- - Baptist Hospital, Cushing, Okla.; urgent and in order to enable tist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, them to thus render a needed service Tenn.; Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atto those "who are least able to help lanta Oklahoma Baptist State Hor themselves as well as tb provide larger pltai, Oklahoma City; Baptist Hoa, facilities for the regular work the hos- pital, Columbia, S. C; Texas Baptis pitals are doing the sum of $4,800,000 Memorial Sanitarium, Dallas; Baptist has been t.pp6rtlbned to (hem from the Hospital, Houston, Tex.; Baptist Ho- proceeds to be raised in the Baptist pital, Alexandria, La.; Baptist Ho pital, Jackson, MSss.; St. Louis Baptist: IS Million Campaign. y This work of relieving the physical Hospital, St Louis, Mo., and the Kaa-s'City Baptist Hospital at. Kaasf-dtintimities of men women: and chil-4r- n ' Mor on the and thus putting; them , In' their work of relieving human physical suffering Southern Baptists, at present own and control fpurteen hospitals and there are tinder course of construction and about ready to be g Bap-cial- - s y, . 1 -- UmSM MANA6ER to numanity manity. Starr Cadwajlader, Director, xt Itis now the standard roof jor factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc s proved by its enormous sale. Certain-tee- d Guaranteed 5. 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. lean schools is giving a new in work and play to teachers and puplts alike. It establishes a -- link: .with thevworl nd train Department of Civilian Relief. V , "The Junior Red Crow In Amer. ANNOUNCES DIVISION ROLL GULL QUOTA HE, Red Cross- Third Roll Call alms, to sign up 2,490,000 Red "Cross members for "Red Crosa service in 1920, ac cording to an announcement made at - ganization's- war service, 61 effects for the betterment a as important. as .the orof.htt Your Home Community Needs Some Kind of RedCroee Service Yevr Membership DIlmr thechlldrjt In Products Corporation C3tie f ti 1 Office &WrbsBtcs ia Principal Maaafacturers of of America Roofing tienai neighboruntscr' Mri Harrfeaif Wi Kwlni, theJdj f Jnterp. rtmAt ..( Certein-tee- d Paints Varnishes n&N8r . A if imhr- - Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good Evry: Dollar M,mb.r.hip Lake Division. Headquarters today "by. MacKenzie R. TodcL campaign man- L.aget' jtor Ohio,- - Indiana and Kentucky. Chapters; In Ohfo, Indiana and Kentucky, which muhber 357, have beem. empplied wi Jh. campaign material from division headquarters in prep&ratioa. "tor the .November drive for 2-- Will Help Secure That Service tf Give YourJOfoUarhy' Armistice Day, Rmd CroM Ch4tplrJfmJtjumrttrt to fMp Workers Ymnw'tr Mb rmr4lMmbtr, pil-Tfrs- al fr If ; Meiership. M SANDERS AMPBELLSTILLE, ,i .J.J Jt - VoUofCfukm:m The American RedCroM .KElJTUJJCf , ;Ti-" . V- ' . j"Ax j'l "" rfSwj?ff:cB. Noombmr2-l- l f ' '.("' f WS Clftcinaiti chapter has seet a ortrttoaa oer tfie .sot? der ber aseiwd th ehster by d;ivik .headquarters. TplwkK Imui. pinle4 MJOO at and DiartM fii .eiwaitoy on enrolling at Jfeast SS,00 iMWn. Arfitaboli has wrlttea Mr"ToAl. fer double laet year's etUL ' To dt U 6f th M Obk oeHrti V Mo the 144 Keataekr ehasters foc.-fTO.Id- J' JOIN THE jOVxm j-- ;i lat RED CROSS a-J- 'jen.j "'' 4 t of the 106 twdte ted Hteefel toft Ceil ai :A"-- f'J?' - it , "t4 '7 a -"- 9K Oc- ;.&&&?'$&: " -- i -' r -- .?U-4- -. -. . Kir Omt j-- .- , c- i.: . ,&."'-- . - ' ;-- .--V '" ,h ?: "fj ' -- lf ;' ;V-Vrv- ".r . - . lar T- Si" "J' against Fort Logan, at the same who dropped down to see us a holes in. thesky from 2,000 W time, Boonesborpugh was be- few hours last. week. He is just 3,000 feet nearer the moon. This sieged. During the time, he the same old boy, just like he- section is in reality a desert land, was on duty at Fort Logan, the. was on Butler Fork, twenty-fiv- e not enough rain to produce a county of years agd first court held for the small tree. The Rio Grande is Kentucky, and the first, held in the boundary line between this From Texis. the present state of Kentucky, country and Mexico and furnishwas held at Fort Logan. Col. es enough water to make this John Bowman, Captain Ruddle, ;.Elpaso, .Oct. 21, 1919. rich valley one of the beauty ISr Joh Richard Calloway, and Gen Editor News: spots of the great South-wes- t. - eral, then Captain Benjamin Logan; were the justices, who an9 1 tLa a-it and continue to give good Service as.long you should investigate i .- When you buy a range, you;wautonesthatiwilllasta longtime lastst; ;Fhat is. whyT "--: -- 9 tfj - ,4 ALL EN fcCR 1 one-pie- ce V9XJ RANCBS copper-bearinrust-pror jx&tr .? I Bfet T tfVf.K-tTT,i? BEARINQ VXwP f of J- - . ; -- r v i.:-- He was a bright boy, a favorite with those of his age and l" To Be Continued, was highly regarded by the old' er people, who knew him. In " GradyylUe, this tragical death, in these days of sorrowand distress, my sisG. T.; Ffowers and James Hoy ter's many friends did everyspent a day or. so in Campbellsville thing possible to comfort and aid. The floral offering was the first of the week. n Owing to the continued wet beautiful and a strong tribute of weather there has been but little esteem and sympathy that can 2 not fade from the memory of wheat sown in this section. Geo. W. Dudley the popular those so grief stricken. The 3 X. f4 "ft?nlffl mill man. of our town, v was body was laid to rest by his asmarried in Columbia on the 24th sociates The Boy Scouts; with P S 0 M A D Ai (J; England, His estate was con- - erriment, against which Y)rginia their .. impressive rites. Mrs. nscatea arcer nis escape irom and the otber colonies 'had .gone by Rev. Pillow, Pastor, of the Nona Jeffries, of Vaughan, N. -- COUNTV. France, and he never received into rebellion. In 1777, the, Vir- Methodist church, at this place, M some two hundred miles disanything from it.. He rftarried u ginia General Assembly fcutbor-ze.-d to Mrs. Docia Butler, of Cloyd's tant came "fo this house of the newly married Gen.' Geo. Rogers. ClarE, to Landing, French Huguenot girl, who jiad '.3PBJ0HN-AVR0E STEELE mourning' just as soon as she reescaped the persecution and raise an army and proceed' to couple, are meeting their many ceived the sad news. No words f ',reached Holland, The mother the defense of that portion of friends at theirhome in our city. o Rev. Kelly, of Campbellsville, of mine are adequate to express Virginia, which now constitutes of Col, Daniel Trabue, wa8 a my appreciation or that ci my "OOL DANIEL TRABUE. French extraction, whose the states of Kentucky, Ohio, spent one day of last week here sister for such sacrificial evidence 3iif; Trabuer who-,- it parents had likewise fled irom Illinois., and Indiana. Among looking after the interest of of love and esteem to give comcs?ll be observed from the fore- - France to avoid the persecution. others, who took service with Baptist brethern at this place, fort in time of deepest distress. 'ng notes, was a ractor in the In the year, J.700, the King of Gen. Clark, were James Trabue, we understand they will be an Mrs. Jeffries' father, W. F. all day service at the Baptist away of the England proposed, that if the rwho acted as Coramissary-Ge- n upture Meffries, who died some years ;Harpes, and whose young son, French Huguenots, in England, eral for the various forts and church at this place on the.4th Sunday in November Rev. Kelly ago, andl were,partners in busiTohn, was among those slain by would emigrate to Virginia and military forces in Kentucky, and ness a couple of years and bevthe fiarpes, was a prominent assist in populating and building also Col. DanieL Trabue who or some other able, divine will came as good and true friends 35gnre in the early history of up that country, that he would was then about seventeen years preside. Dinner will be served ;on the ground. , Every body in as ever lived. My attachment iLdair coan y." He was born in give them lands, and assist them j of age, and who was- made a . to the entire family and theirs to Chester."ield countyyirgfnia, on until they should become self lieutenant, and served? under his vited to attend.-L. B. CahvbougKfc several- cat- me was as strong as possible to ctheSlst day of March, 1760. supporting. Antoine Straboo, brother, Jajne8. In be and remains so to this good iHe was a son of John James and a goodly number of others of 177711778, Gen. James Tra- tle and mules in this section last hour. A multitude hold them in who was a son of accepted theproposltion of the bue, accompanied by the subject week, for 6 antftS cents for cattle the highest esteem, but no one Straboo, or Anthony Tra King and emigrated to Virginia. of this sketch and six other 'per and $12500 to $150.00 for mules. Mr. T. T. Smith, of Cane Valley more so than myself. It was ifaae. The grandfather, Antoiue They were given lands on. the sons, made tneir way through years ago that my sister, while 38tca)3, was a Huguenot, and James riyer, at a pointyhich the wilderness, and over the passed through here thefirst of visiting me, became acquainted i3ea from France to England, to was called Mannikin Town. Col. Cumberland mountains to Boones- the week enroute for Edmonton with Miss Nona and they became escape- :the persecution, tsrhichlWm. Byrd, who was a neighbor, borpugh,, atwhich place,- - they Mr. Smithinformed was oh the market, for a few ex- friends. It was years after that Vswas.then being carried on by assisted them in securing grants arrived-ithe latter part of acquaintance, my sister became a ihe established church and gov- - for the lands, which they receive filarch, 1778. During, the last tra fine crop of Barley tobacco. widow with two children and Mr. Elmer Keen' one of our necessary to four days of the journeyj they rnment of that country against ed, and as Miss Nona became Mrs. Nona it&eiHuguenots, who were fol- - do the business in the English had nothing to eat, and found merchantsthe Junior member of Jeffries, having married Mr, 7, w4rs oi the teachings of Johni language, he did, the necessary thegarrison'and inhabitants, of the the firm' of Flowers & Keen, Ernest Jeffries, the leading busiCfclvjn. This was in the ;year, writing. Either by accident or Boonesborough, subsisting en- sold' his house and lot in our city ness man in the country in which n 3.689;! when Antoine Straboo was ;design, he wrote the name An- tirely upon meat. "Coir ' Daniel last week, to Mr. L E. Thomas". he lives, a gentleman of the a.veijy young than, and owned a thony Trabue' for "Antoine Stra Trabue was made a deputy fdr Consideration Eleven hundred highest type a man of honor received by hisJbrothe'r, .the Commissary- - dollars, Mr. Keen at the present and wealth. Charles Considerable estate in his native bop, and was fortucountry. Under the law, then Straboo, were granted tohim in General, and put- - in charge of! is undecided where he will locate nate to have spent a good portion pu4injforce,.in France, one, was the name, of AnthonyTrabuej- the stores for thlftarmy at Fort Mr. Tol Coomer, who moved to of last summer, with Mr. and a heretic, as the dissenters from After wards, he ;seems to have Logan, which - wac situated' at our community something like, Mrs. Jeffries, in their home, and , one year ago, has recently bought uwthe established church were taken the, name, in which the bhV point where the.'City of during that time strong attachcalled, was liable to be put to lands were granted, and, his denow is, Itr was,, also, his a farm,-- ' at Sparksyille. and will ments 'came into existence and dkath. and. 'his property confi- scendants have since borne ike duty to collecfprovisioBS for the ir?the 'near future fnove to his he calkd them Uncle and Aunt, scated. This cruel law fell with name of Trabue, instead of Stra-- , farmed iorqee, waiek he didr .by hew'hdeie.' Mr. and Mrs. Coom- while-thegave him is much boo.' Hence, it will be obieryed huntingiin'the weodi andvx er1 are rood people, and we ' are consideration as if he had been $hegreatest force upon the : .. The borders. "'of'. the. ihatf family was a French ploy ing otkers to hunt and to sorry that tkey are not satisfied their own. Hia sudden ending " " eomBTuaity. eountry were guarded r and, 'the Col. Daniel Trabue was kili'beara, deers and turkeys. in this is a forceful warning to the many be ad Sag4enots were :nofc alio Wed.1 to purely, of French extraction. William Cooraer sold last week boys, in this city who are ac'While at Fort- Logan, 'lie,- - how- ' "ecAperif t- choie to dumo.. ''""-- ; Una farm, kiwwn m th 7 section quainted with the tragedy, but i' Antoine Straboo .tfftcted 1iU j&s;--. la 1776, when he was?sixteen ever, engaged m mmr forays as. the v Wilnaoi-- t farm, to .Mr; still, t seema that not only small " t yenrrof age, he was required to against tfce Iadians, wbo' were. ParoWl, by pretending to bf a of Keltn- - eoflfimimity, boys, but large.eee and people do. duty as a m4liatiama;' and at that time, very K.UOMCOU4 and eonsideration.five thcHiiaad-del- of mature age meet with similar J) wines, and wltei: he . eogaged in a UHaryt.exBditioo Ki-tiKkdeath throughout the cOBtry, t)e borders' of Franac, troublkm in central foroea-.e- f EHin-Be we an tamat of Weere allibfcd to shake the Thi is a bwtif ul city of hk cart aod'wiaee agaijMNthe who was, tbfl th royal Fort Loan, at Uw time, -- the In- - hand ooee mMfe of oaf ki&emaa pcpk and ' joys aa altitude eecaping th guardi, sue- , "VS i theV- - 4kjir,wosadd Gen. Bo 'wokmtwa ef Vkgiak, and friead in :J&if per mi e R. M. o'f 3,000 feet, walk aaj r .aL li it to pack Gtmm?itm4 W l 10-gall- on I g iron, and durable; andthe They are made of the famous construction of top rim anpl body means that as the years go by, there 'patented are no joints to widen out and let in cold air to cooTthe o.ven and weaken the draf tr saving time and labor make jTheyare famous'bakers, too, and theinany devices-focopper reservoir ad-ghenia Joy to the housewife. For instance, there is the x joining the and insuring a constant.supply of hotwater. Tiea thereare the handy .warming cabinets, and the clean, roomy warming, closet with pipe behind it, which" ""' keeps food jsyarm without drying it out. fire-bo-- then prevailing in Kentucky, as a party of twenty men were proceeding f rom-- Harrodaburg to Stanford to attend this court, they were fired upon by Indians, anda man, whose name was , Page, was killed with, a party of men, went to the assistance of Page, and:were fired upon by Indians and one Luper was severely wounded. The Indians fled into the cane brake, butrLogan and his men pursued them, and killed all of the Indians, in the party, ex-cept one. Capt.-L.ogan- My mission to this city was The land i3 highly productive, not of my choosing, but ,to aid when sufficient water is applied composed the court.- - As inand comfort my widowedsister and alfalfa grows luxuriantly, as stances of the dangers of life,' in well as vegetables, wheat, oats, her great distress due to the accidental killing of her only son, oh the 11th of October, It was a case so often told, the pistol was thought to be unloaded. Chas. Brasel, my nephew, a boy in his 14th yearwas killed, by the discharge of an automatic revolver, while in the hands of a boy friend, of near his age and at the. boy's home, a few yards distance from my sister's residence. He was shot near the heart andonly lived a few minutes. . . I - ThC Buchanan-Lyo- Co 'f Inc. Campbellsvliie, Kentucky. - wa -- - . -- la-dy- of -- and-drlvin- g t corn, cotton and fruit Elpaso's prestige and present rapid growth is not founded on agricultural surroundings specially, but on climate and location in regard to increasing commerce drawn from the large, area of which it is the business center. I have been many miles up and down this broad valley, viewed its barren mountains, grand, sublime. I have enjoyed seeing its rank vegetation, where irrigation unlocks its rich powers. I am enjoying this dry atmosphere, but it does not appeal to me as does the rich prairie lands of Missisip-p- i, where we have the richest of soils and heavy vegetation and water distributed as needed. Improved land here is selling at $250 to $1,000 per acre, and not as deep and lasting as old Missi-siphas at $50 to $150. The middle South is the only country after all that offers the best of land and climate for less than half the price of any other part of the entire country. I have enjoyed meeting Rev. Emory Stevenson in a Mission School in this city, teaching the Mexican youth the ways of right living, as well as dispelling their ranee. He is.doinaTi55re work. Likewise, Mr. J. B. Grider, who enjoys a fine produce business, which is growing into big proportions. I located Mr. J. Hise Myers, a brother to Mr. W. R. Myers a chip of the old block, who is one of the leading business men of this city. He is a splendid man and enjoys a fine business in the implement line. , pi -- I close - by stating that I en joj-e- d the only direct fift Uncle Sam - the-wint- er An-,toin- e -- - ust-thafc- n ever gave me, and that was a permit to get out of this- - country and the privilege of return. My sister, Mrs. Brasel, Mrs. Jeffries,, Rev. Stevenson.and myself drove over to Jaury one day last week. It is an old Spanish town, given over to all kinds of gambling and dissipation. President Carranza did not meet ugdu,et to pressure it-w- as -- the-land- s, - -- of business farther South, but it made no difference with me, as I havealways considered a true citizen ot the U. S , the peer of any Mexican President or European nobility.rI close andjeave for the real sunny South tomor- row. Yours. Gir I . Stan--ford- S. Harris. .TOBACCO FARMS acres sHjhUj rotllnjf. seven miles Irom Jef. lersobvilte. wpll Improved. iO acres tn nheaL lw acres practically level, located rouriaile Charleston. Improvements conaUt of azood. uouse o: eight rooms and bath. largs barn with milfc noiiso attached, new silo, large- - doable cribs and mini berotoyier out buildings. 50 acres of thit farm am In blue grass. 4Q acres in orchard tens and cloter. 15 acres in timothr and clover and 3C acres, in clover. Price ?lt per acre. M! acros extraordinarily well improved, TO ami in wheat Six au-- d 3 mile from, Charleston, PrJ ?10QpU-acr- . 243 acres weH improved. acres la vrheM. 4 miles from Charleston. Prices 1W per acre. 173 acres well improveL3V4 mites from CbM& ton. Price $16,000 lttJ acres, fair Improvements, f mites fret Charjeston. Price IBSrjer.'ftCTe. 174 acres adjoining ritj limits or Sellers&urg, two completerset of ImproveaseBts. 59 K7M.fi jvheat, PricOBJfeO. Ail of the above farms am lime stone, on goo4 .puces in a high Uto of eeltivatien and are fa Clark County, ladianav These are but a fa w of a baraafns nave- - to oer and we snwitr. tfe t yoo com tktvt to Jei yoaluRwbatwe fer$ortvllte.sotttwecsew tram l7fl. Obi lrmlij9m.Ut aim Mittxtt aa4 w& a tewM on m pita wtUMa.31 'T iterftfteiHr .TC 2C3 -- y -- jiu-sgueno- ts. te -- --- it.' JP 4 " ! " f"m ly . - pe ped-4Sii- r; Vil imcbi "t - . y. i'bd6d rd &, 80,-0- 00 aar -- - - - '- s . ' , -- -- f km Nr X f. 4. ' je?f tit; .'S- W -