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The Adair County news: November 19, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919111901_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: November 19, 1919 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V'M ! 'V - " N i H ' j- - 4'- - . ute Found With the Goods. Mr. Sam Royse, who conducts a store, near Garlln, on the Stanford pike, missed several watches and some other articles, on going to his place of buslnel Wednesday morning. The entrance to the store was by breaking a large glass. Mr. Royse at once com menced an investigation, and In a very short time developments, pointed to Lewis Cooper, a colored boy about 17 years old, whose home is on the Burkesvllle pike, near Columbia, Cooper was found and arrested, and upon his peraons one watch was found and he told that another watch and' some other articles were hid in a cornfield. The articles were found at the place he designated, and he was lodged in, jail. Heat first implicated another colored boy, but later admitted that helled., that he did the job himself. T B 1 ' . L - - , KB r COLUMItA, ..vir-:lw.M:. Jfc fir A Mi m 11S m A'dKtfmr 1. A..K3-- n--- m '' ' " S KENTUCKY, WEIfESDAY, ; An NOV. 19, ' iw " wr 4& ".fr5-ggtw- 11 M .?.. - '?- ' a -.: . - ; 1. - "5 4;i :jk - V?S?$L. ' -, V" m0' NUMKEI VOLUME XXIII 1919, SERIOUS LOSS Has Located in Louisville. Mr. Ray Montgomery, who has been practicing law in Columbia for six or m-Fashion- ed Parly. evening, Nov. 11, A Great Day. Remember the Poor. A true consideration of. those whos ? lines have not fallen in pleasant places, Is the meditation of a Christian. The most of us are living comfortably iaV our homes, with plenty to eat and to wear, but how Is it with qthejs who? live not a great distance frpm our doors. There are families who live In thesuburbs of Columbia, who hard pressed to eak out a scanty living. The heads of families have ho money to buy Christmas tricks for their children. 'TheIlftler-Jolkscan not understand, and when they see other qhfldren who have been, well sopplledrthey wring their hands and cry because Santa Clans has ' overlooked them, and they wonder why the difference Is made. Lets ns not have to witness any thing like that here" Takffwra subscription; ' and make unfortunate children happy. J porddn Montgomery, 'Mrs. Geo. Sttlts eight years, in partnership with his rand Mrs." Geo. . Staples entertained Mr. J. N. Meadows, Cishier of father, Hon. J. F. Montgomery, lias" about thlftjTladles at a tacky party. located in Louisville add has" entered , TElie invitations were writteu on yel- ihe Bank M Jamestown, Dies into partnership with Hubbard &io.tf tablet, paper aud delivered by Thursday Morning at Hubbard, a law firm of three old .fashioned ladles, heavily city. Mr. Montgomery has had' veiled, who rode in a small wagon, 12:30 O'clock. that an excellent tutor in the person of his 'driven by Joe Taylor (colored)," and father, who is known throughout this drawn by;'apoor, white mule. IN PROMINENT RUSSELL COUNTY. section of the State as a very superior "Theguests were invited to go to lawyer, and much of his knowledge, Greenaburg,.St., ar. six o'clock, dressThe death of Mr. J. N. Meadows has been Instilled into the mind of his ed in old time clothes, and find a door, came as asurprise and a shock to the son. Ray's home friends are satisfied with assign on ir Promptly atsix residents of Columbia earlylast that he is well equipped for metropol- Greehs)urg St., was the scene of a Thursday "nSOrningf asttbedeceased itan practice and they predict that he inost unusual display of old fashioned was hereHe was in will forge to the front. He Is studi- clothes No one knew wnere the par this place the second day of the term ous and very attentive to business, us- ty was to ber butafter much searchof circuit court, which closed last Sating his best endeavors to do what is ing the sign was. found on .the baok urday. He was in Hoe spirits, and apentrusted to him promptly and cor- -; door of Mrs Stults' residence and peared to be In perfect health. they were admitted; The guests were rectly. a day before his demise he had an supposed tbie only -- jadles and when attack of acute indigestion, physicians . The people of Jamestown and Russel Kidnapped. It was discovered that one waa a gen failing to bring relief and his death county showed marked Tespect to the tleman heavily veiled. and wearing mightbe termed sudden. memory of James N. Meadows. The My child has been stolen and carried iadiesattire, there was much guess- James N. Meadows was a son of Anaway. Liberal reward offered anyone funeral was conducted in the Methowho it was. o drew Meadows, and he was born and dist church last Friday. A 11 the busl, re find my child Ginger cakes and, 'apple sass" - reared near Denmark, Russell county, who willanything they maywill beAny- ness nouses, offices ana snops were "passed around " The apples were ask. warded were years old when the and was forty-nin- e closed, and besides aUUie people of; one who will- find my child, bring him served from a large bowl with a big end came. Jamestown, a large number from all me sound and well will be liberally spoon. Water was passed to the About the time he reached his ma- to over the county was in attendance.-A- iron Signed, rewarded. guests In sl bucket .with a big gourd jority he commenced school teaching the close of religious services, the in Katie Tupman, it. In fact, the old time customs and followed the profetsion several s Masons and took charge, Columbia, Ky. Advartisemeut were carefully adhered to. One cf vyears. Later he. read law and before V of the remains rihe guests carried her liniments with he reached thirty years of age, he was Married at Covington. Mrs. Myrt Webb.of Webbs X Roads. Js her and declared that she could cur licensed and commenced the practice very much interested in the Kerf' "any ailment" with.lt. of law at Jamestown. He was twice On Thursday, the 6th inBt, Miss of the boys, and girls elected County Attorney of Russell, Mayree Wood Campbell, of Burlington, tucky Orphan's Home. Last week byv and was a diligent officer. When he Ky.. was married in the Madison Av ' orcler of the Russell county CoUTt came out to see the fun aud eveu the five children by the name of Wilson, married men coald- - not resist the went out of office he became prominue Baptist Church, Covington, :y. who had lost their father, were sent to temptation to join the crowd. Mrs nent at the bar. to Mr. H M Holladay, this county. the house. Mrs. Webb was appointed Allen Walker won the prize for being About two years ago he became the The bride is a daughter of Rev. J. W to convey them and she passed through the'tackiest. Mr. W. R. Myers caused cashier of the Bank of Jamestown, Campbell, who has preached here in here last Wednesday with the child much merriment by coming to calf and held that position when the sum time past, and is known to quite a renenroute to'the home. The moth- dressed as:a$6'untry beau of long ago mons came. number of Columbians. ' He also hald the position of Census er of the children is living, but not Old fashioned music and speeches The bride visited at the home of for and many responded. able to support them. Supervisor for the Eleventh District. Mr. W. A. Garnett two years ago and After the fun a delicious salad-No death has occurred in Jamestown Mr. J. B. Adams, Louisville Con course and while on that visit she. became ac hot chocolate' were served in recent years that brought more quainted with Mr. Molladay, who ference Secretary reCentenary move- ?Ttiis;fcntertainmen6 well-know- n well-know- n ing-ast-- ' TO JAMESTOWN. jOn Tuesday Mrs. Tuesday, Nov. 4th, was the birthday of Mr. P. M. Bryant. 'Early in the forenoon he went to the election. When lie returned at the noon hour he was surprised to find near one hundred people at his home,' Tables were spread on the beautiful lawn, loaded with everything good to eat, and when every one had eaten enough' was taken up to feed as many? more. Mr. Bryant in a very pa" thetic and touching manner thanked his many friends for their kindness in remembering him. The afternoon was spent in singing and social converse a beautif al prayer by Mr. Bryant, also, a short talk, exhorting one and all to live while here on earth, that they would meet- - again in Heaven, 'where no parting woidsare ever.spoken and no farewell tears are shed. " "" S. B., Ozark, Ky; N "" ar,v . Public Sale. On Saturday, tfeo 6, 1919, at the Allison farm, three miles north-eas- t of Columbia, we will offer for sale the following: One combined horse, 7 years old. One nice mare, 3 years old. . cow. and calf. One Jersey, giving One nice milk. Jersey. One nice 2 j ear-ol- d Two good young cows, giving milk. Two spring calves. Farming ' implements, including wagon, mowing machine, cultivator, disc harrow, plows, harrows, etc. Buggy and harness.. Three saddles. Four sets work narness. Household and Kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale to begin at 10 a. m. ALLISON BRtfS.f Columbia, Ky. I Mules wanted. will be in Columbia Saturday, the 22nd inst., to puy mules,, from 4 to 6 years old, in good - t Odd-Fellow- also want some extra flesh. heavy teams. Be sure and bring: your mules in. Frank Toliver. 1 ?"X-numb- er Granville Clayton,of color.of Russell county, has sent two good sized, well matured ears of corn to this office, the grain having in &. field after his wheat crop had cut from the same groutfd. Tniscwr tivation is out of theardinary .and we give publicity to it in' order to; show that a wheat crop can ba hat. vested and a corn crop grown on ', land in one season. been-plante- d l.-ea the-sam- e were-calle- d Mules at Auction. will sell at Edmonton, Ky.,. on; Saturday, November 22, twenty-fI ive begins-promptly genuine sorrow. He will be greatly missed socially and from the busy walks of life. The deceased was a Master Mason and we take and also an he was buried with the formalities it of the two institutions. To the widow and children, his aped father, now t2 years old, we tender our profoundest sympathy. Odd-Fello- of proved to be her future husband. "Mark," aswecall him here, is a young man of excellent character and standing, and his many friends will be glad to meet him and his bride upon their arrival in Columbia. A Valuable Farm Purchased. 1 will pay a reward if the saddle Z T. Williams. '. should be left Mr. W. CJ. Rogers, President of is reported here that Mr. W. E. It at the News office. Special Music. Mr. Buck Mikel, of Campbellsville,' Morgan, who lives at Amandaville, has the Marion National Bank, Lebanon, RT A.- - Hutchison. Cars for hire. President's Proclamation, Rev. O died suddenly last Thursday afternoon purchased a large farm lying very is now engaged in building the rock T Thomas Stanley Epperson Married in Wichita Falls He had left the bank and was on his close to Bowling Green, the consider- wall, runnidg from the entrance to. Movement, World lnterchurch way home, stopped to talk' over a ation being $125,000. It is further the cemetery to the drive way. HSis Report of the Grand Jury first-clas- s piece of work, and '' Her many friends inBrady will be Rev. B. T. Watson. 500 doing a matter with a friend, said that Mr. Morgan will have ' Thanksgiving sermon, Rev. R. Y. business acres of this lands cut Into lots and when finished will add greatly to.he. interested in learning of the marriage and died while sitting in a chair. He A grand jury of Adair county, after . Bennett. . ,, . was very prominent, and Marion that they will be sold to the highest appearance of the city of the dead fA Miss margaret xoaa, ioamerjy oi Offering. of being in session seven days, was discounty has sustained a great loss. bidder. They will bring big money, It is being built by public subl fcrjiffcfby, to Mr. Walter Thomas Fiee- Closing Prayer, Rev J. L. Murrell missed last Wednesday. It .returned as the land is in the suburbs of scription, and will cost about lour Bon, of New. York City, the weddingR V. Bennett, Sec. sixteen indictments, classified as Judge J. C. Carter is. to be congratBowling Green. Mr. Morgan is on a hundred dollars. taking place in Wicnita Falls. Texas, Ministerial Association. ulated. Before the closaot the last trade to sell his la'ge farm at AmandaMr. Jas. McQueary says that Mr. Tuesday, November 4. -- Mrs Fleeson Assault and Battery of an order, The Farmers Union will meet in term his court he mdn as he expects to remove to- War- Chapman ville, when is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. was mistaken Child Abandonment directing the Fiscal Courc of Adair ren county. he said that he, McQueary, did Todd, of Columbia, Ky., but spent Columbia next Saturday, the 22ad county to have the plastering knockTrespass years here with, herlster,. inst , at l'p. m. There wlll.be Impor not express accident Concealed Weapons Fastest Basket . Ball occurred to regrets, when the Reynolds, several E. SplUer, while engaged in tant business and all locals and com- ed qfithe- - mainaudltoriam of the Mrs. E. Mr. Jim Frank Wreckless Weapons and a. metal ceiling put '' Game of the Season, Fri-da- y reported last wetk. He 'did say that teaching muslo in the, city. About mittees are requested to be present. court-housGaming !n. ... The?plasteringhas been falling off on. W.'A. Gatnett, President.. night atC. H. S..Qym. he was sorry it occured, and that it two years ago she went to Wichita Breach of the Peaceand lthas been .dangerous.' 'for some' Palls, where.sheT has been employed Malicious Shooting '' ' Mr and Mrs. H. W, Cundiff, Mr. time. TheIwork must be completed! vs Columbia was purely an accident. St. Marys i.n;. in the bfflc&of, a. large business firm, and Mrs. Tenble Cundifi" motored to Adultery before the next term of circuit courti A concrete bridge is now being built Athletic Club. . met Mr.Tteeson,- - who Shelbyvlile, where they visited and where-.shthe 16 Total across the branch, on Jamestown session of tha If you want to sell your mules have street, this side' of the Nell Bottling is In charge"- of the Call aviation: field former's son, Mr. and. Mrs.. Claud Cun-dif- There wjll be there. Mr.- fleeson is at present two literary societies of thu Columbia Mrs Alb ia Eubank, of this place, them In Columbia next Saturday. from Friday until Sunday. They plant It was very much, needed, ana checking out the field and expects to was appointed at, the. term of court, Frank Toliver will be here were highly entertained by the fam- High SchooJhext Friday afternoon at the Town Board is to be congratulated be"lmtheervlce jahtit early-nex- t sumis cordially invited. closed, by Judge Carter, special just Mr. C. S. Harris favors our readers ines of Messrs'. W. S. Thomas, and. 2:30. The public i which he and hls.bride. will John stenographer for the Adair circuit ij with another .letter " this week:. His There is a revival in Masonery'ln mer, after Johnson at an 8 o'clock supper The program will be of Inf erest. The . r - . .. . j ia.- ar order was also made contrioutions are reaa wiui much this place, the Blue Lodge having go toNew York where they will make Saturday evening; whlch was enjoyed; reception and. exercises will be in the court, and -. ; , . From Brady, Texas pa very qualifying examiner, interest, as the. en tire county of Adair, work .ab each meeting, and oh last theln-home- . her as an much by all. Upon their return ,. esteem. . authority to take depositions,, etc. hold him in the highest Friday night a team of three was perhome they were accompanied bjrthelr Frank Toliver will be here next When he concludes that he has made She is an expert typist and a' 'rapid started in the Chap' er. " r Ann Safley, a colored .woman, who son, Clarence, who had' been visiting Satin-day- , to buy mules, from A to 6 enough money for himself and family shorthand writer. "'JJIhk Durham and Evaniby. recelV Has made Columbia- - herhpme- ipr iTlfbrother for the past month? ' years old.- The 'mules musjirbe Ihfdoa to live on Easy Street, we would be a. flesfi Stonewall Dohoney has pui chased glad to see him' again a citizen of old ed one hundred hogs hereUast Thurs- many years, died last.EcJday njgl,t. . .sate Ford car-fW. R WilliamsNthe latter's. .res- Adair, as ho has been- missed in many day. They were bought of Ray Her exact age is not known, hut thae of Stalky tEpper$on.. p Lieut. Albia Eubank 'as notified Louis who have knowu her ibr a Jong time idence, in Russell 'Heights, knovrn as ways. The. efforts he put in herefor "Caldwell within 2 cents been com last Friday that d say xhat she was about 80 years old propeityJ internal Improvements, stand as a ville market. the Charley Herrifdrd Information from Fraakfort is that missioned a.reserve officer and proShe came to this place, frpm .Burkes- - fifty thousand Hunters procured Li "" The consideration was 31,600' Mr. monument to his memory. moted This means thafchemay tin. Quite a number 'of Republicans of vilie, a short time after tne close oi censes Williams will give possession in. a few ud to the 16th This is 62iJ 'called once a year for a short duratioir In case of 'J. A.. Harden, etc., Adair county 'have announced that the civil war. .. . weeks, and will remove to Illinois percent, more than last year, at same aganist W. R. Mings, to recover a they will go-tf or training purposes Frankfort and Witness lime. Caused by the Boys being in The Penick Smith sale was well giving the names of Col. and tract, of 17 acres of land, the jury the. inauguration of Governor elect) In The Basket Ball game a the High vlast Saturday. The, f aTrm Franceand otherwise. Twnty thou Maj. Stewart, who"viSited their aunt, decided in favor of the defendant. ' In I Mr. Morrow. School Gym last Friday nighty Nterie- -. was purchased sand' secured Licenses more for. bWtfght 122,000, and Miss Sallie Stewart, last week, we the case--of TJ. GvStayton against) to enforce the Fisfe Law.' nated In favor of the localsteam.--Tifrom The members of the ' Methodist hy- W. C, Smith. t s gave the given hatha of Maj. Stewart, Le-vlHoTt, the contention- being a and a" Urge riUB-- v Bad thousands of Rab- contest was spirited when 'We should have said boundary line,, the jury decidskdin Church held a. group meeting in this bad .to i!75 per head. Cattle, J9;2o per Hunters will quail "Charles" wltneeeed. it. The wjeuh High.., ' ia' JLdair, Met- ber place last Tuesday. :Th . "busiMW iodrd,.hay, $1.00 if r huadriid,,.otsr bits andjplenty .. School 41, Campbellsvlire ll favor of the plaintiff. "Fred." 9S, to .9 .10 calfe and CutQberlaod'couBtlee. iaken up was in regard to th:Cnta:. 8i.oiatspr bushl, corn, In a short time Columbia will havei Gowdy wholesale building is moremeat will". h The The arj.;paoj. pfcbarrU Thunrtay week wiWThiksgl v i b teMtQect-Tueedagrocery houses. Thtf now being framid. The contractors thrt wholeaalr aitertioon .In thi, dr.. LoeteLeal Thee. will Im uuioa aacvlaes at cew at aMezt'eiHe.fcfeUuMliet chure.. te !dlfcnft5r uV "gWlng building ffacithe'thlrd "is .how otfr the j TranirtToUvec is a quick odyer. See1 Red;the Greene having so ;" " '' -'S ,xtt v; . i. J iiim'next Saturday: .3 rvvfeboee- W'i'lHtajr'i PP.. as "th1iiJcla:Srork''lV. WSyV- tf . A. see iwtereateijw ment, met with a group of members here last Tuesday and made a very satisfactory report of, the collection of the first call in Southern '7 Methodism for the $53,000,000. .He stated that the remainder would', be' met promptly He is a'so perfecting ac organization for a general revfyalj ' S'Hin Southern Methodism for 1920 t 1! will long be Church membered witlipleasure by all who Program for Thanksgiving Ser- - were present. good yearling and two, year old miries. Sale Stolen. Methodlst Church, Nov. 27, 10:30 a. at one o'clock, p. m--S. m. M. Burdette. While my son, John, was attending Song service: Mrs. M. F. Turney the picture show, last Saturday night, aud Mrs. Hamlett Columbia, Ky., his saddle was stolen from his horse. Scripture Reading and Prayer,- Rev. J. B. Coffey. Auctioneer. - vicesr ..... . . - - e, ' -- - e f, - T - -- -t. 7 - -- ', -- -- I -- - - - - ar - -- of-'th- e :1 he-ha- o f"at-tenok- d, nd - - Mjales-brough- . . -- Inter-Churc- . " latr . - . - - --- . e. ju'. . - C - .- - '". if - - aH-wh- o i Jt J I ' t " 0 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COAST TO COAST ILS. i X FOR LEAGUE AS - em mar PROMISED PASTORS BAPTI8T 75 MILLION CAMPAIGN WILL RAISE BIG SUMFOR RETIRED MINISTERS. g ft ft ft ft ft ft KxmnnmiRnHumraiRJ ' " i MOB An UtLfOHS ACCLAIM WILSON HE SPEEDS- ACROSS THE LAND. t : ' t - L " TP W ASK FOR CHANGES CARE FOR THE WIDOWS, TOO On ProInsur- Majority Feel That President's Quid- 2nca Should Be Held He Regards Total of $5,000,000 Included Ppct A Sure to Come Sjaon. gram For This Purpose ance Feature Also Included. Bj ML Clemens News Bureau) Ahaard President Wilson's Special orn the Capital at Washing- B& ar Pacific coast the Presl- s a the United States has jour- an the most unusual expedition er zndertaken by a chief executive die nation. I CPo discuss national questions, many jarraiaolB hare toured the land; hut laying "before America Mr. WHaon-ifc ajaestlon .svhich affects the whole BrcrW the .question of whether or not are see to join in the League of whether we are to forget our former isolation and share with' the other peoples of the earth the responsibilities of maintaining 'civilization ttri preventing, as hesays we can do, ICo'jsre svarfare. between the capital and the coast ."& president made fifteen speeches nd ball a dozen brief talks. All of flO&jKKJ lellow citizens listened to him. UDC era! millions had the chance to see sxtZ apparently everyone wanted laeo Mm, from those who thronged streets of the cities and towns Inhere he stopped, to those who came the zaUside or stood at little flag In Temote plaoes, knowing kheir only reward could be a fleeting glimpse and a wave of the hand. He has met and talked to all types of HHtpwb to men big in the bust jaeca, flimnrffll and professional worldB, to farmers and mechanical workers, to la&Ians and cowboys and foreign-tbarnerders and rangers, to soldiers josd to mothers who lost soldier-son- s in the late war What do heys all tell him? unanimously they say they want peace clefizzitely settled, they want no mora kr&rc they want the League of Nations, and most of the American people, ft may be fairly said, tell the Praaldent they want the League just or But it Is, without the reservations amendments which certain senators fe&re insisted upon. The majority of citizens say to those who interview fr s ft ft ft ft ft ft ft x7 " - THE CHEVROLET A wf Na-Boa- s; -- -- Gar of Beauty. Graceful Stream I in ess 4 r- - L . ''J r aWaaBaraaa - 4j mw "eT AXA MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL REV. J. M. RUSSELL Typical Retlifd Minister. While the salaries paid Jthe mini ters of Baptist, as well as other churches in the South, "have been far too small in the past to enable them to lay aside, a competency for old age, a long step in remedying this situation is promised in the Baptist 75 Million Campaign, which proposes to raise $2,600,000 for the Telief of aged ministers during the next five years, anJ then bring this sum up to $5,000,000 during the two years immediately following the campaign. Looking to the adequate care of hundreds of aged Baptist ministers and ministers' widows In the ranks of the Southern Baptist Convention who arn now in need of financial assl&tanco, Jhem on. this tour: "body, at a recent session, author-- ' J "Wbodrow Wilson guided us rightly this the creation of the Relief and ized before and dwing the war with Annuity Board of Dallas, Texas, with We iicered that war, every-wn-a Dr. William Lunsford as correspond agrees, i ) end all wars. He says ing secretary. taia lessee aa. do that We want to Heretofore the average annual sal&o that, so let us keep on trusting him ary of Baptist ministers in the South jgmS. set the league into operation as that has been less than $500, scou aa possible. Forget politics." a large number of preachers received Most Americans encountered on the considerably less than that sum, .mat tour have forgotten politics. Repub- ing it necessary that they engage in lican Governors and Mayors have in- other occupations during the week in troduced the President to his audi- order to support themselves and their ence; the Major part of the local families, and rendering it practically which have met "him have impossible for them to lay aside any "been Bepuhlicans. They have all sa'id: money as a support for their old age. We are uolliing but Americans, Mr. The establishment of" the Relief and Annuity Board and the decision to President.' Mr. Wiiion's arguments for the raise $5 000,000 during the next seven league, TirleHy summarized, are those: vears for the relief of. the aged minisThere can he no peace, either now ters already In neeji of assistance and future, without It There the more adequate "fcare of the men or m"iy he a Tegrouping of nations who hereafter give their lives to the saa am& "Balance of Power' which Christian ministry without an opporcertain to lead to war. There can tunity tp save up a competency to tide f m '"war In the future, with the them through sickness or care for league in existence, because no single them In their declining days, has met nation would defy the united rest of with a cordial reception at the hands manklmL and If it did. it could be of Southern Baptists," and it is bebnHJht t terms by an economloj lived the provision of better treattheir boycott, and without the use of arms. jnent for the ministers in oause retire young lEhare can be no reduction In the ment will not only tend to t tfie league Is es- men to look with greater favor upon coet of Jiving juntil work, but will .aiSaheaTtor nations will- - not go the ministry as a life local congrega bring the members of 'aliaac ""srlth .peace time production see the that peace Is definitely ttans generally to adequate needof paysalaries beproduction of war ing pastors .more jtamreil and that fore these pastors become old and jses&l is Jio longer necessary. belpless. I Thera .can he wonderful prosperity, By the addition of an annuity feat-ar- e yctib. ihs 'league in existence, for it is possible lor retired ministers of labor and capital all oyer to receive an annuity of ?500 after tiiA nrnrld will be made closer and thsyhave reached the age of 68, and more friendly, and the worker will provided they have been in the minis a lairer 3har of what he pro- for thirty years. If they have duces. served Jessthan 30 ygars the annuity These declaration of the president, Is reduced by a certain proportion. logically and lomently put, have left To participate in this annuity a mln fii hearers thinking - and thinking Ister must make monthly, quarterly deeply. And then Mr. Wilson- has or annual payments sufficient to bring pointed out, the. people themselves, as In an Incqme of $100 per year when in. dUferentlated from senators and polit- vested, on the principle of regular lift icians, seem to want Just what pie insurance, while this is supplemented jprealdent iv'ants, which Is America for by $400 provided by the denomination, A minister's participation. In the a (Jklte as unusual as the purpose "of nuity fund is in addition to his claims fths cross country tour is the manner upon the relief fund. in which It is being carried out and If the minister is disabled at any Ithe completeness of the arrange-m&i- time after joining the annuity fund, no. the nine car train Vhlch Is be will receive a certain annuity throughout the period of disability. 11 ear&gihs party. will At the rear Is the private car May he dies his widow"cent receive an anof what would occupied, by the President and nuity of 60 per flower, "Wilson. Next Is a compartment have gone to her husband as long aa Jfip, Jives, and should the widow die. Tumulty, arforthe secretary Wilspn's Physi-cS- she, .annuity will be: divided among her Grayson, Hr. tour stenographers, the chief minor children until they become marry or reach the age vnifgtlro clerk aSid seven secret ,ser-tcompart-sitm- l of 21, $ men. Byond are three The. board "Easreceived an endow house twenty-onjcars which ftre moVIe mea, as ment of $100,000 from the Baptist inSchool Board at Jyashville-ne- t USccrtipftfa &n & railroad expert. &bj& ditner, car, ft4 cluded In the 75 Million Campaign, cnb thm there this sum. WiU b Jlylded equally carSj. one of them. 00. and oetwMn the relief and annuity departimtiLi.in & natim oc..TV ment!. This enable. th board xJtoflrr. time at vnrf-work Immediately and aeltsce . U. 0a'Vireen MhtectoB is alroacy being givn to 4if .cm feUrs a winisttrs' a. Ger-knaay- .. me-ining Per&ons who do not want to invest a fortune in a car, but who do want S ome thing REAE MCE. Smooth and easy riding that will pull any hill thathas ft .. -- a joadup it Wehave a few Cars Now in Stock. - (M We keep a Full Line of Parts at all rJ r. -- - Times V- - '"s .ii - . j- ,i,w t- r ' "t - WOODSON LEWIS KENTUCKY. coni-sniti- QliEENSBURG, llftMSiMffiiMftftftftftftiiftftliSiftSiftftiSliMiiliK nnmeaiatery Became very popumr. Then they began devoting themselves tothe making of parasols and of talcum powder. Some of them paraded, LOUISVILLE" KENTUCKY. but none was arrested. country In the "China Is the last Capita Surplusand Undivided Proms Over One world to fear class feeling and antipa- Mllllor'DolIars. Gpomc in ho irrlnntnf thf ihv whtoh 1 AetasEcutor. Administrator. Guardian. ACTm Commltue Cand Trustee, and can qua)) rest of the- world," Miss Smith 'says. "In China there is a wonderful social t . acn n any countr in theiState. solidarity. People get together, not so Pays 3 per cent ler Annum on Time Deposit?. much by localities, but by trades and professions. Every one belongs to a JOHN STITES. President. guild, and these guilds are wonderfully ANGEREUA GRAY. Treaa. a. g. ST1TH. organized, as the Chinese have a geniusDespite for organization. poor lines of communication, laek of railroads and telephones, these guilds nold closely together. Tet thefr organization has nothing to do with caste. "With a leadership as highly organized as that of the students a great amount can be done. Leading men of China interpret the strident movement as very significant the forming of a new national party. It Is Ufa duty of all Christian organizations In China'to give these students, who are now the If Not Why Not INSURE SI leaders of the Government, every possible bit of aid and Inspiration, as they, need more than human help to bring INSURANCE China out of her difficulties successfully. The Y. W. C. A. Is doing what It can to help the women students. All of these students have given up their -vacations and are working hard OF throughout the summer." CINCINNATI, OHIO. Miss Smith has seen China change, within ten years, from one of the oldWe sell est and most rigid monarchies of the bestlfor money. H6 world Into a republic. She saw Uie first republican flags go up and feels that China has accomplished a great deal, fighting all the time as she has, PHONE 24-COLUMBIA; KY. against the great odds of Japanese and European aggression in. addition to the old. monarchists party. Given-tim- e, China will become one of the great republics 'of the world, she says. Strayed. Miss Smith lives In Richmond, Ta., Kubasore throat wilh BALLARD'S end Is home ona year's furlough. a One black horse mala about 15 axpects to retarn to - China lit ta SNOW LINIMENT. One or two will curs it completely". bauds- - Ona bay horae mala .aboot 4 brag Co. Adv. months old. Phow Luthar BaU. - tn.-4b- a-ie- te The Louisville Trust CO - - -- -- rel-artfa- ns -- re-rel- Te -- MISS HARRIET SMITH 9 Of Chinese Y. W. C. A. ing to keep the railroad employees at their posts and explaining that It was patriotism for them and for water works- I I IS YOUR LIFE 1 INSURED? COMPANY, ' 1 H With the coritlnueo. work. Atih;e end dt power.-- " t and electric light employees to that-'week- : 'fheajstudents had won the first point and the militarists were out of comes to China Miss Smith feels that it will be granted to both men ana" women because of the way women are helping to build, things up now. Women students took an active part In all of this bloodless revolution. They had their places on all. of .the councils. SCh&r .part of the work was to translate much of the literature Into phonetwas deic script and; when, clared on "Japanese goods to begin production of goods In China. ''All of the students threw away, 1 UNIQNeCENTRAL LIFE -- 1 Bl -- When suffrage in. any-- orm finally I the C. the least Ad-nfc- al -- See G. TVSTULiTS,. flgerpt, 1 m e jBun-da- -- . n'-bagag- 6 vry t n their straw hati purely Japanese products at the. beginning of their movement; ana.V.t1 womea .students duck' hats, et about maftat-walt- e jrUchwVrcallfll atrlQtlc aitssiad 9- - SeW-byPau- ll F' . NU,.Ky u V THE XDAIR COUNTY NEWS ." ( re 5 ' ' 1 BAPTIST WOMEN Tfl , ' - J I USE WOO, C." FIFTH OF SUM SOUGHT IN FtV& 'YEAR- - PROGRAM' WILL COMS FROM THEM.- - T- - AREDOING A LARGE WORK1 ; Hospitals, Mountain Schools," GccJS Will Centers and Church Build-- ing Funds Maintained- - by Them in Addition Gifts. i I S LIFE IS FULL the boys and girls of the OF SUNSHINE FOR $& JMF cgg lHi yjZ!jS', 1 - S2 MISS KATHLEEN Baltimore. MALLORV M, Corresponding Secretary, W. RPT , By FRANK E. BURKHALTER Evidencing the larger sphere uhld women have come to occupy In cfborctr life, as well as other activities, wfaea.. the Baptist 75 Million Campaign toic deeffled upon at the meeting of tt Southern Baptist Convention iff J&G lanta last May, the women, throng!! their regular organization, the Woman's. Missionary Union, at ozx& agreed to be responsible for of the sum sought, or $15,000,000. Tins means that the Baptist women of the: South "will raise for missions, at aEs one-fiftl- s CAMhA J GROUP OF FOREIGN KINDERGARTEN ZViS' LEARN TOPLHYAmWCRN TKOSPniSLFOR GAjWMBATMENT, BKSk equipment of Baptist educational solely for the economic benefit they Baptists to greatly - oversubscribe Czerinde Nathaniel, of Oguomodo, institutions throughout the South- could reap from the labors of these the $75,000,000 sought In order that Africa, was reared and instructed Ever feel the thrill from the land where children as they develop helpless ones and the situation waB ' there may be additional funds to ap- - in the home of Dr. C. E. Smith, Bap-chubby arms of a little child near into young men and women can be neither happy nor helpful for the ply to the European situation. tist missionary, became a Christian and dear to you as they encircled more adequately trained for liyes children involved. Uplifting Children of Many Lands, and so ambitious was he to learn your neck in a fond embrace? of Social and religious usefulness Provide Homes For the Homeless. And the work "for the physical that after he had completed the Or look into the beautiful frank at the same time their minds and In breaking away from this cus- mental and spiritual uplift of the schools in Africa he came to Amer- eyes of that little loved one and bodies are cultivated; and the pro- tom of placing children and in l"l t?1lOOT in . ..Tri juii.uiiii, jncAitu, ia a... 1 ...3 IT...?... xu. uuua, TSnVlnvnn Virginia T1 ilia huu euiereu TTt I university contemplate the possibilities hat vision nt Good Will Centers in the ..., i6vuuuo, VUilC, Willllii, ja-- Ak illtUlUUUU HUBIH IltJ IUUK Oil. HIL u uv.u.j imo 0 lie hidden in that soul, or what you large cities and mining and factory genuine homes as possible, where panr Syria, Persia and Galilee. In honors. atthe same time working would not take in exchange for him districts for reaching not only the auu. uiutusiicas mu i nmtu ncius, uibu. uiissaiuiiary worK lur .an nis exnp.nsfi monfiv. hp. tp-or her who bears your name and is children, but helping the Darents as folks can be develnnad in mini is being carried on by the Southern turned to Africa and is bone of your bone and flesh of your well provide better homes and home body and soul under environments Baptist Convention at this time, boys' academy in his , aentr or the RlirmiinrHnfc for fha li fln vua jusi ao nrt.nU. uuu I.- flesh? ill u.ou w mv. mvuu - aa nst -- - wuuicouuio J u.ain)y as 11 With the exception of Janan home eitv. Then possibly you havs experi- wnom uoa nas entrusted to their is possible to procure, Baptists have the education Of the Tieonlfi has A ilaxr snhnnl fn rhino nnn nt tho. enced something of that divine care ana rearing. been pioneers. Naturally, no insti- - been very backward and children, greatest evangelizing forces known spirit that prompted the Man of Hospitals Helo the Little Ones. tution can have the same environ- - are always tho losers where fg-- to the mission board, and which Is Galilee to exclaim: That the children who come into ment that a real home, presided norance and supersitlon nrevall. In "nroviatr thp nhvRJrnr mnmi montoi "Take heed that ye despise not the world with weak bodies,, who over by a natural father and for instance m spite of the and spiritual salvation of the girls one of these little ones," and contract illness or are maimed by er ad occupied with these parents" rapid progress that has come to that whom it reaches can be maintained "It is not the willof your Father w.w.v.u. muj iiii.c u laigCl CUilUUG j j u.uiui.i.1 ouu OiBtcia Ul lull , wuiruj "lull" 1CLCIIU CdI3, VU11' lUr UUUUL $ who is in heaven that one of these to become sound in body and thus blood affords, yet an approximation area have little or no chance for i if so large a work has been done little ones should perish." be equipped for a larger develop- jof tnat idea'1 Is nad i a number ofnaormal development except in those already, why the need of increas-menAnd it is the belief of Southern happiness and usefulness in the Baptist orphanages of the SouthThomes that have beeji reached with iDg it through the Baptist 75 e Baptists in giving a large place to e world, Southern Baptists have through the establishment of a enlightenment and love of the lion Campaign? some may ask develop- provided hospitals in almost all of tase system where the welfare and number ospeL Girls are still unwelcome1 The answer fs that fhework" that ment of children in the Baptist 75 their states, while under the impe- - of children are plaeed in a cottage because of their small economic bas been done in the homeland and Million Campaign that they are pur- tus of this campaign the states hich they call home, under the su- -j value, and there are still posted on ' on the foreign fields is a 7ery very suing a course that has the sanc- which have not made such nrovis- - pervision of a kindly, tactful matron !the preserves of some of thn wealthv - nh0f -.- o tion of Christ Jesus, the proclama- Ions heretofore have agreed to set and Patron, who study the whose estates adjoin the done. The cry for heln is comin tion of whose Gospel everywhere is aside certain sumjs raised during lensxics ana quaimcatlons of each Jlvers such signs as, "&o children J up- - from always accompanied by larger at- tnis campaign for the erection of individual, assign him or Tier to snail De drowned on these prem-- helpless" hundreds of millions of children in all parts of the tention to the physical, mental, so- modern hospitals wKhm their bor- tasks as nearly in line with the act- ises." And the treatment for dis 'world who need and craye the priv- cial and spiritual development of ders. Indicative of the special in- ual bent oMhe child as practicable, i pnCPQ TrparrlVlOfJ Yrrr fha hootlin. JT ; .! , tli ucaiuou iiugcs iuiu . uiessmgs 01 a great ..v-.ac ... .. children. ?v4nMAn nlinnlAlnnn t nnM.M t. . ,t -.j terest taken in tke welfare of chil- ?)Tin Tnlro 3D lnpfra nav.nnol iuimeakjWMwo'w " auuie ui 41... w yojou tueao coun- - jjnnsiian civilization suqh as you First Right To Be Well Born. dren, special children's depart- in his or her problems and develon i tries Is wnrnft than death itself. for the children of your own. Baptists believe the first right of ments, with roof gardens and other ment as possible. Backed! these Shrouded in ignorance superstiIt is to help answer thi call that every cMld is to be well born; that, modern equipment specially design- cottages has its own garden, flewer tion and sin as the lives of- - the the campaign waviaunched. Other In the second place, every child has ed to meet the needs of sickly, plat, wood yard and other Institu- children of these lands are in most Interests than those of children a right to normal and healthful and undeveloped little tions, affording special individual cases, the mlflHinnarips rp.Ttraoani. will be fostered a the same time. nourishment and physical surround- folks may come and under the care chores for the children, ,and exce'pt jing the Southern Baptist Conven Of the ?20,OQJ),000 apportioned to ings during its tender years; and in of the best children's experts which, at school, religious services, picnics tion are .convincea tnat schools for foreign missions a considerable the third place, eVery. child has a the cities afford, have a larger and the like the cKHdren- are reck- the efillgh'tenment of the minds of ' sum will go to sending more mia-right to an education that is adapt- chance to attain the normal healthy oned with in terms of the individual the children, and modern hospitals sionaries to fnrflten ffpliln tn nm. ed to Its needs, physical, mental lives which it Is believed God wills and the family rather than In those where inedical and surelcal akill claim, the gospel to adults as well and spiritual. that, hey should have, have been of the mass Ran Tlpal thnfr riiapnanrT anil Tnalmorli as to children; $12,000,000. will go But what has all this to do with provided in some al these hospitals. JBut the Baptist 75 Million Cam-- , bodies and put them on the, oad to home missions for its work the Baptist 75 Million Campaign? But probably the latest contribu- paign does not confine its Interest in to happier and more efficient lives, of evangelism, enlistment , church you.ask. tion Baptists. have made & the wel- children to those of the homeland. ' are fundamental to the success of building, mountain, schools and the In fke first place, while the wel- fare of children iftieSouth la in There " Is " now In Europe a cem- - missionary endeavor and the moral like fn its vaat field, along with fare of the, human race is sought the establishment of the string of m4s?ion representing the campaign andplritual uplift of the People special work among the foreigners. in the campaign, beginning- with orphanages, there being one of studying to see how this movemeni l sn ,1r tv, i. Indians and Negroes: $ll,60O.0'00 the cooing tot In the crib and in- these', in nracticaair arorV ot can aid most effectively in the re- - Baptist 75 Million Camaign will go will go tt state. missions In an ef cluding all nesdy ones down to within the bemuds of ffcV Southern construction of that country espe-'t- fort t0 wmte Cftrlst the 13,000,000-thole far advanced in the evening of -- .apuoi. ouareuttun. .ana tne lar- ClallV thaSfi nnrfftnc tt If HrMtfc t the estaWIshraent of kindergar- unsaved white pesple. within the l J -- it. IKeT special consideration has been gest possible provision is being were devastated most largely by , of the" Southern'j3aptist tienal - intsitiitions. hospitals and j terrlfc-rgiven the welfare of the little folks nade at -- tkese institutions .for the contending armies. homes where orphans can be cared yonvenuon, ?zo,o&o,ooo will be aa- in saeh opecial programs as doub . homeless tota who have liean rnhhH TWflntv million dtiUura cmiM h'-fMTnnfYcr plied to Christian education In en ,,r. ,f In .wHWu ling the enrollment in the Sundaj by the Grin Reaper at their natural expended with economy and high j sionaries have for a long .kne been larging ana endowing the Baptist Schools thromchout the hnrrmlnnrt- - nrof!tnr. Timo wo tn !,. nhrofiTi t. , , handicapped "by lack of money and educational institutions of tke strengthening the weak churches try when many people felt that or-- widow's and orphans of our spiritual other facilities. Frequently iheyl South; will go to the hos lu. uulu uic juiai ui&Lncis ana me puans were entiuoa to little consid- - wnsmen m Europe who have suf-- have Tesqued children 'whu have pitals; $4,700-,W)to the orphan crowded centers of population in eration further than a sheltpr. and fered through these vac.r.r of war- been thrown out to starve and after ages; and $2,600,000 for the relief order that they may be able to dis- for a long time they felt that if chil- and in the erection of housea of wor resuscitating them, given these out- of the aged nilnlsters of the Bapcharge their full duties to the com- dren without fathers and mothers and the 'like," Dr J. P. casts a permanent place in their tist church whe-- have worn themmunities in which they are located, were placed in homes where thtv Love, chairman of the tommlsqfrm own homes, where many of ihem selves out In the service of Godson thus providing better atmospheres got food and shelter in exchange for declared on the'Sve of hi3 departure, have grown into useful Christian salaries "that have permitted thsra for the rearing qf children; enlarglabor they had beenfacd while it fs not contemplated workers. to save nntblag for old age, ? ing the work of the Woman's reaUy served. Of course, many that this sum will be available for But investment in the salvation Little Money Does Bia Work. TJniwi and its auxiliary or- AnflrtlpcR mmlpa TiHtli nT Mn.t. tlifo nnmnsa nndor flan nraeonf ti.. For the sum of $25 a boy or &irt of the- children wHI bear lrgtr and ganizations in the training of chil- were glad to get children .upon ' gram, it Is the settled purpose at teaii be maintained in one of thetlarger rethrns" throughout the yaara dren and young people in Christian whom they could bestow their-af- 'the campaign to aid. reconstruction' mission hoarding .aekoola for a year, because miUEoms" of thasa wHI Hr , wiafotiw ouu awYite, provision oi4 fectton anfi whom they.were KladrJn Itih Czechowhlle mumerous native children are lane enouch t "hkim thra im uib iuiu uimnci8,o pruviue wim a real nome, put; iuw4i tue uttraiue ana otHer uoiicr suiuuu eapeclallyjr the mouataisousc more instances have'beeh Ufrwrt .liMrt-Jk- ta of Rus'a justa fully aa potF" Vs3M,f &h will pass 4Uansifct--e, cularsrement and. fnitar-securinc- orDbfliu; 3ible and Dr. Xoye'jias urged the. xix a yew. 'HTStrl -liiu-uiiu.i,u L .-w., uu-wic- m vice-presl- moth-Chin- a, -- . ) l. t, Mil-th- cdt-jth- all-roun- d J c-- ,aii I- charac-presiden- ts T . t- -t ,- X- fw under-- nourished - - - r..w o y - fVtk-fnrofi- rn. nui-nn.- a i.-r W.SOO-.OO- - ship.-'school- s hard-man- ual Mis-fiona- ry "i. J - Frquce,-Belgium- sec-(ma- wit-.Paf- t$ t nmned-offPerse- 3Qtritm& - i. - ns - t4r - kinds, Christian education and! Itenerc-olencethe sum of $3,000,00(f a jeaz: for the next five years in. addiffon. to their contributions to local enterprise and special work. Through the channels of the Wurman's Mlsslono'ry Union, witlfc Bead?- quarters at Baltimore, Md., the Baptist women of the South havo sunce their' organization contnbuted rcore than $5,000,000 in cash to various denominational porposes. Wi;h the addition of boxes of food and dothlcc sent to orphanages and other benk?vo-len- t institutions, the total of theaj: contributions through this channel, tas reached ?5.710,423 H. Miss Kathleen Mallory is thVcbre sponding secetary of the "Wam.tn's: Missionary Union, and in apprecilrtfcir. of the service she has rendered it:' that connection the Baptist wometfcS! Alabama have established IheiJatit--lee- n Mallory Hospital for Women ai Lalrhow-Fu- . Shantung, China, Misfc Mallory being a native of Alabama Women of many of the other states- ' have also undertaken special"- enter" prises of their own. Those of Georgia. r tor instance, established the Ayerf" . Hospital for Women at HwangMea "China, a girls' school at Tumaiaqto' t Japan, the Catherine Bryan Kind7 garten School at Canton, China, anat the Mary I. Willlngham School fOf, Girls at Blue Ridge, Ga., a school signed especially for the education oS girls in the- - mountainous sectionthat state. Many of the other state unions Sray special projects such, as Good "WiJ"ifc " Genlers In the tenement, factory anc mining districts, where effort isr reader to bring more suns'hine and enUgJbxfirs, ment and love into sai: lives of needy families, especially those of foreign birth; church buirdinfi funds, scholarships for spung wanyr who want to obtain training for sp& cial Christian service, and similar na. der takings. The general W. M. V., representSatT all the women of the Southern Baptbs .' Convention, ewns" and operatss fli Women's Training School at Lends Ky., which has already sent b . 700 trained women for special gerffipa in all parts of the world; and has e , tablished the Margaret Fund for the ' eaucauon in xne .oapusi sceoois-oxj-2 South the sens and daughters-o- f sionaries on the foreign flfd the Panple E. S. Heck Bfemoriat ckurcfi. building fund sstablished fxij? honor of one of the greatest-- leaders Baptist women fiavrlnoBrav,C But mon,eyNfor the support of iBes?-Institutions as well as; that for Xhtrasr r ment ofthe women's pledger oj? 000.000 in the 75 Million Campsig wlirbftraied by the actual vatta, hz . th woiaenr and through: economy Church fairs, bazsarsy sJe 4 ' por3. Ice cream socials and the Ek are frowmed. upon by the- orgaafaocf r;Bjti6t women of the- South as 'worthy means tor rajjiog fond an), cfcrryisjjorwsri the. work of thrSfe: s, " - &' - the-ho- mi? -- x asj'' " "CI ?ls 4 -- iugz-sacriflc- e. - - w f- - -- . ' f? .tomrit M aMl "their cofLtsihmBmt M J 1 , V hrilH.M-it v. - : 4jV THUT ADAlK COUNTY- - NEWS - MBair peacepsfct? Injunctions author Coaivty " ;ft;ey)s Acting President Lewis 'ottlie izing Tlfetlking out of bond 'has said: "Gen baen issued, and the cases are miners 7 Golam6ia, Kentucky- - .. tlemen, we will comply; with lh&) oing.frdntlourt to uourt. , , ftl mandate of the Court. We do protest. ' We are AmerEditor! it under .ii.E.MURRELL icans. We can not fight our govMan. MRS. DAISY HAMLETT, ernment: That is all." aoroinah fho rJnivornmfl.nl Y . IpssTre'.rvtearr'ivtr'ct. i- , , i -- . i t f ": ;Bd (5 Toted to the Interact Democratic City of ColnmbU and th ptoplt of Adair the , afllaJnlnjcccuntlei. Entered at the Coluxnba' Post-offi- ce as second itss m&H matter. WED. NQY. '.: j.iL50pryer. 19, 1919. Subscription Pricellstranfl2nd Postal Zone v" All Zones beyond 2ndI42.00 peryear A Subscription due andTayable In Advance! The Republican National Committee which met in Chicago, created a woman's division to assist in furthering the interest of the Republican party in the coming Presidential contest. Mrs. John G. South, of Frankfort, Ky., was elected She is a daughter of the late Senator W. 0. Bradley and a first cousin of Governor elect , E. P. Morrow. , -- ft" o r SF-- T . hair-man!, )kmm PREVENT PNEUMONIAE Neglect of a simple cold is the direct cause of pneumonia. Chil dren do not like to take nauseating medicine but do like the soothing-effecof the external remedy, -- rs?-.' t The metropolitan papers are coal strikers looked a litThe v now saying that by the first of The parlies listed below have signed vp with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine tle out" when Uncle Sam took a January the candidates for the Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. Therefore, they have been'appoint-e- d Presidency will be known. Lo- hand. No use to fool with a as regular service stations: wm. nor sum mc cutties buzz saw. cation and brains seems to be Brames Vapomentha Salve is ap--! j the diphthrong. plied by rubbing.this delightful Kilye i The coldest weather ever reW. E. NOE, Columbia. Ky. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. uio tucii ami iuiu ui6 ami. remit li almoat tnnant relict from croup by the The Democrats of Kentucky corded in Louisville EM colds. It cot smnai ror RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. (tubborncaset of pneumonia Weather Bureau, was on the K to roccomo alter a lew re sawing wood, but will be Rceoa- asslicattani. ' mended bjoctora lor iready to let the chips fly in due morning of the 13th inst., a BUCHANAN-LYO- N the ronmest bibe as well CO., for drop to 23 degrees. The next Local conditions occasion time. Incorporated 30c 60c and 11.20 zx all Urn and reneral Free umilo tore ally turns down a dorminant par- lowest was 25 degrees on the CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY, upon reaocn to COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. morning of the 13th of Novem ty, but it will come again. BRAME DRUG ' ber, 1873. COMPANY . y Mr. Morrow promieBes 2 JKi 'Bal Center College is receiving c clean administration. from almost every State THE UNWORTHY SENATE. If the State gets it, it will be -- satisfied, and he will go out of in the Union. Her football team The Philadelphia Inquirer ershipand we make the charge because of any fear of the loss aside its partisanship. Altooffice with the blessings of the is now the champion of the col and has been for many years, deliberately has fought off fi- of American sovereignty. This gether aside from the political lege teams of the United States. the chosen organ of people. the Repub- nal consideration for the purpose opposition grew out of the slight Center won from the University lican party in the great Repub- of allowing radical opponents of put upon the Senate by thePres-- . effect of its actions the Senate , There is some talk of Con- of West Virginia, 14 to 7, put lican State of Pennsylvania. It the treaty to stalk ardund the ident when he stupidly and ego- has added enormously during tistically insisted upon going it gressman J. Campbell Cantrill ting her at the top of the column. has worshiped, at the shrine of country in an effort to deceive alone at the Paris conference. the last few months to the bitter opposing Senator Beckham in All Kentucky is proud of this protection and has fought for the public. contempt in which Congress has The leadership of the Foreign Hatreds were bred, The treaty team and also of the college they all Republican candidates. the latter's race for from long been held by the people of Relations Committee early as- - was marked for mutilation This part of the State is for Mr. belong. With this ifi the way of identi-S- , 8Umed an attitude of intense the very start because of this this country. It is a great pity. Beckham against all comers. fication we quote aa follows from hostility to the treaty. We hatred. We have said it before, It begins to look like it is go the editorial columns of that stal- mince no words whatever and and we repeat, that Senators We should have a Congress we The coal strike went off last ing to require as much time to wart ReDublican newsDaDer.-- : accuse this leadership of a down- - have not been able to rise above cauld re3p3at and admire. But Tuesday. The leaders of the settle the liquor qeustion as has ,,J right lack of honesty. Its oppo partisanship." uoo Ti,n we have not. E vening Post. But the Senate could not put miners concluded they could not been taken up in settling the! in a useful discussion. Its Iead- - sition is not and never has- been The Ford. Motor Company have instructed us to sell the genuine Ford Parts to any and every reliable Oarage who will pledge their use in the repair of Ford cars. The genuine Ford Parts are absolutely necessary to the owner of Ford cars that he may get full service from his car. We carry them and so, hope, in a short time will every reliable Garage. We solicit your service business because we have the Ford Methods, the Ford Parts, the Ford Mechanics, and the Ford prices. Incidentally would be glad to get ydur order for one or more Ford cars. mm 11 I -- i . : ccuwii-up- s. THE Ken-;tuck- is ' bo-que- ts v -- . re-electi- aV mnj 4. 9IHHflHER3HBBHBiBHIFSBaHHH9HEVHHHfB39ii9323BHBHS!7SHBr?ec-fn- s W r t v- YOU LOSE MONEY LAST Wmm mzm ! I EAR? By Selling Your -. Tobacco, Before The Market Opened SB Don't Guess Your Tobacco Away . L'L THR frlfGH 'THE ' INCORPORATED FARMERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO., .tT 1 INCORPORATED i t. 4mSSZ v t S iiS$fc$!L c T" 4 awi& . -- &&zr itnyj, . & 'i " - -r - , 4" " y m KM.L rKa 1 arlt & iaiiiijuiiiii ntw i f-i- -i 1 1 Kentucky ...... . . ?- ' .; i- - , .:- 1 o- -j . .' .j M2- - JJ-t jr,-"sj--- y, g , :f.- -i xt"Wv f - r I" , . -- it.t . - 4 -- v ." r ,' -: z t - :'--' j '- ; ' - - 'i'.--.i-.'-- i,(: -s jt ' ' - ',V . I .. . ' ' . - .v JI .. - i - .. . rr. r. - :- -iv -- - - - . r.; ' i ,r i . tNl. " ,- -. ,H iV w i - I w - tk x r r At the Highest Market Prices i .::rifeiiii-t- Gin a For Ri;mii vino TobCGGO D66. 411 & '" - -- .,7r j 4 ... - - FIRM SALES DE6. 9, 1919. . ?fiy S N V .' s '4. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 .tiJ PERSONALS Mr. O. C. Pace, of Lebanon, was here a few daj s since. Mr. Earl Williams and wife, Burkes ville, were here last JTriday. Dr. W. N. Crag, Stanford, washere to sea our doctors, last Friday. Mr. L.C.Lawrence, Rowena, was here Sunday,enroute to Louisville. Mr- - J. B. Adams, Louisville, made a trip to Columbia a few days ago. Mr. John Shelley, of Burkesville, was at the Jeffries Hotel last Eriday. Lay, of Louisville, made a business trip to this place a few days ago. Mr. A. S. Chewnlng.ofa Hopkinsville, as visiting his relatives and friends Mr. T. M. Holladay arrived and Mrs' Ernest at the horxteof Flowers last Saturday, in company with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates. On Sunday Mrs. Flo.vers and Mrs. Burton Yates spread a delightful "dinner, and a number of relatives' and i friends .'- wera invited. Mr. H. Oohnecke and 'wife, of New Orleans, arrived last Monday to spend a few days at the home of hfs brother inlaw, Mr. W. E. Todd. Mr. wife was Miss Annie Walford He is engaged in the banking business in New Orleans and Mr. Geo. Walford is hjs cashier. another brother-in-la-- JUrand Mrs-- H. M "Mr. m HItfes white- - m Liberal 'seeertoiMt asd full value paM -- Coat SUr i:fors antf M&mSi XI Greensburg Loose Nf- - r.; leaf Tobac- - " Con-neck- e's Sam Burdette had a very successful mule sale at Russell Springs He sold twenty at from $85 to 8165 per head. Last Saturday he was on the market at Monticello. He sold the same num ber of head at much better price?, Next Saturday he will sell a drove at . Edmonton co Warehouse Co., V;3 ' ANNOUNCE, OPENING SALE Uocal Mr. Garnett here. Mr. C. E. Tucker,. Bowling Green, was at the J effries Hotel a few days Reminiscent On pipes. Regulate the bowels when they fail to move properly. HERBINE is ao admirable bowel regulator. It' helps thaliverand'stomach and restores a Grows Classic and fine feeling pt strength and buoyancy. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Newa ON THURSDAY, DEC 4th. . :-- Jas Hoy y. of Gradyville, has rented the residence on Fra'zer AveLouisville Times lnce nue, owned by Ihe heirs of Mrs Mary Mrs. John!. Sandusky, of Bradfords-Tille- , In presenting a friend from the T. Harvey, and will remove to Columvisited here last Saturday and bia. It is also said that Mr. Hoy wil "yaller pryor patch" with" an .Sunday. cob pipe. James Garnett, embark in business here. Mr. Mr. Harlan ': ;:;?Will Begin Receiving Tobacco - WEDNESDVY NOV 26th. WILL SELL DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY', ) Richards, of Memphis, former Attorney General and promiIn damp, chilly weather there is Tenn., is visiting relatives in this nent Louisville lawyer, wrote the fol large demand for BALLARD'S county. lowing classical invocation over the SNOW LINIMENT because many Mr. O. H. Cravens, of near Webbs X joys about to arise from the rugged people who know by experience its Roads, IRussell county, was here last bowl: Thursday. ' In the good old days when wood was great relieving power in rheumatic aches and pains, prepare to apply it Mr. JohnQ.JAlexander, of Louis- fuel and cobs were pipes, Eugene at the first twinge. Sold by Paull ville, made his regular trip to Colum- Newman was the recognized Emperor Adv of Chicken Bristle, which village is Drug JCo. bia last week. Young & Hindman sold six hogshead ' Mr. B. F.lChewning spent the latter located equl distant between Glasgow, mai.ch . Munfordsville and Greensburg, and is of tobacco in ' Louisville last .week, part of last week with relatives in sometimes called Frederick or La three dark and three .Burley. Both Taylor county. e fayette, but is known o the kinds averaged $19 per hundred. Mr. M. S.lSparks, of near Edmonton, Department as "Center." Jo made a business trip to Columbia a Notice to Taxpayers. seph Philpott was the proprietor of few days ago. the Good Samaritan Tavern, which Mr. J. S.JBreeding has removed to was the political center for that sec You are warned to come in and pay ' the Jo N. Conover residence he recent- tion of the State. In those days it your taxes at once, 6 per cent., penally purchased. was a mark of distinction to be called ty, and 6 per cent, EE interest will be Judged Jas. Denton and attorney a Democrat who never scratcheda added on December the 1st. Nov. Ben V. Smith, oflSomerset bar, were ticket, and our ancestors were very 30th will come on Sunday this time. here last Thursday. proud of their continued allegiance to Don't put this off until the last minJPaull and Miss Alice the prihclples of the party of Jeffer- ute, you are liable to get caught Walker spent several days of last week son. Your Taxes are high enough, without in Louisville.shopping. When one of the old and, most prom- anything being added to them. Take Mr. Chester Reynolds, who has been inent citizens of that section died, warning. in Onarga, 111., for several months, re- Shelt Farris, a neighbor and lifelong Markets. Cortez Sanders, Sheriff, .? home last Friday. was called upon to say a few 2 4t friend, turned Adair County. Mrs. J. H. Kinnaird, Red Lick, was words at the funeral. Shelt was someLouisville, Nov. 10. Cattle Prime A series of meetiDg are now on at registeredl at the Jeffries Hotel the what embarassed, but realizing that export steers 812 001300;heavy "ship- - 1! part of last week. it was hisjduty to speak in the most tho Baptist Church. Rev. Ray, the lnglLOO.12 0Q; light 8910; heifers n latter evangelist for the Russell Creek $8.0011.50; fat cows, $7.5011 00; meMiss Mary Miller, who underwent an complimentary terms of his departed Association, is doing the preaching. m dium $5.75 to 7 50;cutters ?5.5.75 operation forfgoiter, in Louisville, has friend, and afterlooking upon the face of the dead neighbor, the tears trickled Every boby cordiall invited. returned home, apparently well. down his face, he turned to the Tobacco Land for Sale. $9il 00; stockers87.00 to $10.25 choice m Messrs.JID. T. Watts, G. Karrner, crowd, and said: ''My Assembled milch cows 89511B; medkim $6595; Columbia, Kentucky. fiebertj Rhodes. W. J. Watts, all of 260 acres of good Burlev tobacco friends, thar lays as gooda Dimocrat common $5065. Lexington, are here, hunting birds. as the rain ever wet or the sun ever land for Sale. It is 9 miles from inmifflninfflmwninimfflmnHiifflffiimnfflminmfflmjjf Calves Receiots 469 head. Price Mr. J. W. Richards, who has been county. It dried." Since then we Democrats Campbellsville, in Taylor ?14' 5015 00 Choice veals in Illinois&for six or eight weeks, re- have traveled in paths unknown to will be sold in lots of 50 acres or more. steady. medium 7.5010 50; "common .5 007. turned to Columbia a few days ago. Jefferson, and I believe we have about . Address Hogs Receipts 3,359 head. Demands Taylor Pruett & .Tarvls1 Mr. Geo, St Card well, Louisville, re reached the point where we should 44 tf y Best hogs 165 lbs and Campbellsville, Ky,. was good. presenting a Shoe House, was in accept the advice of "Marse Henry' up 15.00; 120 to 165 lbs $14.75; 120 lbs Columbia the latter part of last week. and turn' back to the Constitution. Here is the way they serve them in down $14.25 throwouts $13 00 down. joys of yesterday are still budding Elizabethtown: Lonnie Smith, of Mr. K. T. McMahan and wife and The 91 head Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, down memory's lane, and God has color, was tried for operating a motor and wife, Greens-burMr. Charles Hatcher steady all through, best lambs you the power to make them machine while intoxicated. He was market visited in Columbia last Wednes- given blossom and bloom. I entertain the fined 49 and forever barred from 812 00 seconds Best sheep $6.00 day. hope that the inclosed cob pipe, when operating a machine in that town. bucks $4.00 down. .Mrs.J. James C. Feese, of Pellyton, pryor, filled with Barren county-yello- w Butter Country 4p41clb. BpentRthe latter part' of last week will furnish you some inspiration I "Eggs Fresh, case count candled Tvith his son, Mr. E. L. Feese, of this SURG EONSagre3 that in caaes o you co lead us back which will enable place. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, 55c to 56o co the Government of the neople for 'Mr.UHerbert Taylor, who divides the people and by the people, a the FIRST TREATMENT is most Irregular bowel movements. lead r. important. When an EFFICIENT and Columbia time between Government which exists for the sole chronic4constipation and a constipated $ " Campbellsville, was here a few days purpose of protecting llf liberty andntiseptic is applied promptly, there no uauger oi lmeukiou auu wie habit fills the system with impurities of last week. take us away from the modern patern is wound begins to heal at once. Foe HERBINE la a great bowel regulator. s Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cheatham and al ideas. Very truly yours. use on man or beast, BOROZdNE is Itpurifies the system, vitalizes the Keutucky, Columbia, -- rj' JAMES GARNETT little son, Thomas, of Amandaville, ANTISEPTIC and blood and puts, the IDEAL mother, the digestive organs L are visiting Mrs. Cheatham's HEALING AGENT. Buy it now Public Sale. Mrs. E. E. Epperson,. Roy, Ky., vigorous condition. Sold by and be ready for an emergency. 'Sold invflne " On Saturday, November 22, 1919. vby Ady PauIl:Drug Co, made a trip to "Mr. S. D. Barbee Adv . Paull Drug. I will sell to the highest bidder, on Dayton, Ohio, last week where his J my farm, known as the C.S. Harris The print paper famine is now on Autohter. Mrs. T. P. Martia resides. On another page of this paper can property, the following: be found an article setting forth the and it is getting higher daily. We He says Dayton is a great city. Two good mules. Baptist's driye for $75,o00.000 Read have takentime by the forelock, and Mr. Thomas Tarlton Watsen, who PI One good five 5 year old cow now have three tons in the office, it and become informed. Akron, Ohio, AND has been engaged at Twenty head of sheep. hence aside.- - firom, the high pricoswe he left here, returned last" since ": Farming tools.. machinery paid for J.,- we are feeling comfortable. ALSO iee Our New Line. Wednesday night. He will likely reHousehold and Kitchen Furniture. side here. Do no't spend, your money foolishly. A lot of fodder. footwear, UnderShoes, Rubber who spent If your going to buy a' present let it be Mr. Herschel Taylor, Many other articles too numerous I HAVE lr wear, fine Shirts, work Shirts, Hats, months in Akron, Ohio, re to mention. something that the recipient will . several Gaps, and all other kinds of merchanE- OLD HOTEL BUILDING. keep;ln remembrance of you. turned home last week. He is now. on Sale will beglnjit.9: A. M.. '"-..'dise. ; ' Columbia- ' . . and - between John D. Turner. : the car line Union Store. CaneValley. pendable ones. Each new trial simply Campbellsville. Ezra Cheatham sold two hogshead B. G. Redmon, Auctioneer. y tf Trouble, in a way, js a blessing in adds to their strength to fight . week of. Burley in Louisville last Dr. JJ. T. Hindman, Messrs. L. M. disguise, for it develops us morally, their determination. to wine point to a sane One broughfc.$19,"the other $24,50. - All indications - v For Sale. Young, Elmer Murrell and Jerome mentally an physrcally. There are a . And they usually are r&ueb more: The " birthdaj of the Christmas. people" in the world who have Hurt attended the meeting of the Mrs. Trabue. Shearer lost a liner few haripy and cheerful than- - ethersiFox Hunter's Association at JM have tro Aberdeen Angus male Savior of mankind should not be deseNational never had any trouble. They are all They milch cow last weeki Valued one iare learning how to live- mE Is a.liol5 day. week. good people, but mighty uninteresting, calves, (Land 7 months old, eligible to crated. It hundred-dollartheir metal Is being tested in the fiery Unsympathetic and without ral Blakeman and wife,' Dr register. Di. Fat hogs arevery scarce. In th r-- furnace of life's, storms. Whn tn 1 W. E. Todd, Columbia, Ky. For jErowa; persons select, something frteiidc, And you never can tell where test Js over, they will fiD6rteh r L. F. Page and wile of Indianapolis, 3 2t county, many farmers, not feedlngtpe - - "" they art goiag to stand who trouble ward in ttore, for thna. ; titItuifuL- - , arrived last Saturday, and required number for Lie caft, ' Let tie Churches of Columbia see iettJeeM... Ifc'a .tm..peie .wlfaTt Eterprkt. ping at the home of Mr. J. T. Pae. ,. j- forSome of ithtMfriM1tomHtfcj HWeet your ChrletMkeTreeet oombt BM6 trouble in hand to laxemfuxandafSkWllphunt , are said tebeina fee.rfuj eocdiUoo. twly. '' wuaeetev remembered, vtetoM h are thtJe-- rBwk Wne a&d MMof eral days. By having:ftye sales each week we can give the farmers better facilities than ever before. Post-offic- We wilFhavje a splendid buying force. call or write . Any information 1 F. E. WILSON, Mrs-UReca- J General Manager, GREENSBURG, KY. -- mmmmmmmmmmnimmmmmmnmimmmmmmw? irr D-R-I-- N-K i ccattfiK, WE INSURE LUCIAN BELL, agent. w m m m m m m m m g, 78 TOBACCO IN FARM BARNS Better See Us Before It Happens. s Q. R. .REED, . CLOTHES I CLEANEO PRESSED - - DYEINU AND ALTERING DONE m an experienced man. W. HARRIS. the-naxCan- -- 1-- d " - -- - -- Crab-Orchard-la- s. B--1- . are-sto- p thirftt.- : --. i :f rSI-- bd' - '- - ai .1. - " ADAIRC &QIJWC NEWS '; press cfcarggs fo TJiedford.jJ6.00, from the pricethjr carcass was ibid to him, $60.11). ' o Cheaper to luy Than Kill. "After thorough investigation," the Senator says, "I am convinced that it does not pay for ns to slaughter our own meat at the ranch; that we would better ship our cattle to Omaha, and buy our beef from the packer. I have been engaged in the cattle producing business all my life; there is no particular feasonwny I should be friendly to the packers, but I am thoroughly convinced I am receiving, and always have received more for my cattle on foot, than if J had been able to sell direct to the con- sumer, and consequently: the consumer has been able to buy my product for less money through the packer than under any other system which is known to business up to.the present time." SENATOR KENYON'S CONTRAST. ING VIEWS. i for, the commodity" Is a perislfableona ' and must Je sold. . Manufacturer's Profit on However, there is another hitch to the packing "business, quite as. Jittle understood apparently, that goes to show how, a loss on fresh meats may be accompanied by a profit on the total amount of business done. Take, for example, the banjo strings aforementioned, which are made from the Intestines nt sheep. The department that makes banjo strings (and like- wise surgical ligatures, tennis strings, J etc.,) "buys" the Intestines from the sheep-killin- g department, paying exactly the same price that these bring when sold to the outside market On this basis the string department manufactures its strings and sells them, bringing a profit into the business. In like manner the fertilizer department buys blood and tankage ; the soap department buys fats; the glue department buys hoofs, horns, bones and sinews ; and so on through the list of The fertilizer, the soap and the glue, Just as the music strings, bring in a manufacturer's" "by-product- The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 PJy $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 1 2 PJy $2.25 . FLOROID Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. - Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE profit H fTf I H Calumet BAKING POWDER H j lsv K 15 jB HIGHEST lis S TELLS SFMTQBS ABOUT BEEF COSTS jThis May Throw Some Light 1 the Price You Pay for 1 on Beefsteak. Testifying recently before a body ol senators in Washington, a of one of tilelarge packing con cerns (F. Edson White of Armour and Company) made the astounding state-meet that so far in their fiscal year which would cover the past eight or nine months, his company had "made jqo money whatever on beef." This statement is doubtless well nigh incredible to the average man. Yet It was made in full knowledge that the senators had access to the vlce-presi-fie- nt -- " j. . "sata. . - com-"ipany- 's -- books. ;" .Recovering from the first shock, this " same average man will say, "Yes, but up on the hides." But even this illusion was destined to be shattered.- - Mr. White explained - Chat his statement included everything date the packers are shrewd; what they do not make on the beef they more than " that "was -- derived from the steer as .pnrchased the hide;, fat, even the in-testines 'which are used largely for sausage casings. Make Money, Nevertheless. Well the packers make money how do they do it? Mr. White admitted 'that they did, quoting figures secured rs - M i & of the Pood Administra tion, to the effect that packers'-prof- it vn iooa commodities or au mna last rear were 1 610 cents on each dol .1st taken In. These would include jsuch things as sausage, shortening, fanned meats, etc., in addition to fresh pieats, hams and bacon. On all the products of his company, Mr. White arplflfned, comprising both foods and iaeaible commodities, the profits dur- v Jng the same period were 1 810 cents )fin each dollar saleT" An of which would lead many to way thvif the packing business is not tarell understood. It isn't Yet as one, Jp the' leading industries of the coun- 3ky, its workings and, above all, its profits, should be familiar matters to ?BB. It is quite useless to orate against Sfiie high cost of living without dfgglngi " ,7jMto 3soine of these fundamentals. '' . Market Valued" One of the most enlightening bits of "SMr. White's testimony--wa- s his explanation of the way 1n which cost :rfce of beef Is arrived at. If a steer lwught at 5125.00 and hides are bringing $16.00 Tn the open market, Then $16.00 is credited to the cost of the steer. If hides are selling at $23.00 2bat amount is credited. The visceral "iat,r offal and everything else that comes from the steer are likewise credited at their prevailing marlset-:ralue- s "Whaiemains is taken as the v wcoef price of the meat. The beef car: jc&ss is then shipped to one of the distributing branch houses, and olfce 'aunager there is given the cost prlce wih instructions to sell lhebeet : a profit If he can. Satin any event, By-Produ- t ris the bill itself the purpose is set fortt as follows: "To stimulate the production, sale, and distribution of llvt stock and live stock products, and foi other purposes.'1 This stimulation ol live stock production may be) well taken as a bid to the consumer to hope for lower meat prices. But he has a different thought tc present to producers. In a letter addressed recently to the Wallace Farmer he says: "I do not believe mysell that the situation as to restricted consumption is going to be changed very much, and there wilLbe the neces slty of less production." Of WOULD LOCALIZING less productlonwould supposedly course meat higher prices for live stock, but alsc higher prices for meat T BADE Are either the general public or th farmer going to be fooled by thl method of playing up the one againsl Senator Currie, Stock Raiser ol the other? It is not likely. Farmers and consumers are both coming to the Nebraska, Makes Ex-- ! realization- - that hampering the packers is not going to bring higher prices periment. , nor lower prices foi for live-st- ock meat, but quite the opposite. Meat Is high ; the packers admit It, though theyN say that other foods are higher in proportion. The farmer says ht is not getting too much for his cattle, in fact not enough, he says. How about numerous local slaughtering plants scattered throughout the communities of our country, or a more relation- Widest'.Evangelistfc Effort Ever Made ship? Will Be Launched Soon. There is almost a sentimental attracr tiveness about the thought, like dreams of one's boyhood home. It looks so Nashv-ille- , Tenn. Plans for an simple. Indeed, .it is simple after a evangelistic , movement which will fashion, and is the way most meat cover the entire 'South and operate was handled befora-th- e Industry gre In 20,000 churches at the same time to national and international proport- are being formulated by the Gentenary ions."- But would it pay? Commission and the evangelistic committee of the M. E. church, South, Tried to Build Up Local Market Bishop U. V. W. Darlington the Experimentation and testing is chairman of the joint directing Iscomdoubtless the best teacher. And'in-quirin- mittee and Dr. O. K. Goddard is the minds have not hesitated to executive secretary. dig Into the matter. Senator P. M. Standard Plan Made. Currie of Broken Bow, Neb., himself a stock raiser, relates a bit of expeThe movement will operate accord-to- g rience of nis own along this line. to astandard plan. This plan pro He tried' for years, he tells us, to vides for a preliminary survey of the establish a market for fat cattle with entire South to discover what persons local butchers, invariably finding that are not affiliated with any" religious he could not meet the price made to denomination. Dr. A. C. Zumbrunnen Ts in charge themjjy the packers. of the and he zz made pre'Tn other words," he says, "the packers could pay us more for our cattle liminary investigations in a large on foot, and sell the product to our number of typical sections as samples local butchers for less "money than to guide pastors in surveying their they (the butchers) could pay us for own fields. When these surveys are completed our cattle and slaughter the beef themthe evangelistic movement wul be selves." During the fore part of the present launched in an effort to interest all members whose names year he carried his inquiry further. He haTe been secured. shipped two carloads" of cows to It has been estimated that half a Omaha, and they were sold to Armour and Company for $7.90 per hundred- million workers will' be enlisted to weight Among these was one cow personally interview the persons who which he wished to have himself for have no church.merabership. beef. This cow weighed 840' pounds and therefore brought him $66.36. The animal "was tagged and the identical carcass was shipped to him by exWLC''fjm .Ww .Wm'm&M B HB press to Thedford, .Neb., and charged to him at the prevailing whole MOMEy BACK sale price' of such meat on that day In! jrfthtwt question if 'Hunt'a Slv ItaL la tb treatmtat of Eczema, Kansas City, Omaha and Minneapolis.. Tetter,Rinfwonnatc!j.e'tc. Don't The carcass included carrying charges become dlKocfrajft bee ait other treatment, failed. Hunt's S1V of about $6.00, cost him $60.11, or nmt relieved bondred of.iuch $655 less than he sold the animal for . Yoa can't lose on Meny Maett Guarantm. 'our in Omaha. Tr itatwrrWcTODAY. Fric7S For oUe locally by What Cow Would Cost Consumer. "Now," continues the Senator, "suppose a consumer in Omaha ha'd or? Pauff Drug Company.lCoIumbia, Ky. dered this meat direct from me, and I had slaughtered the heef at the ranch Valuableyieme for Safe. and sent' the meat direct to the . Taking as a basis the price received for this cow in Omaha,66.88, 'We offer the brick residence; conless the freight of 17 cents per hundred, it would make the cow vorth on taining 8 rooms, and known as fine the xanch $05.00." property of Map. Kate Smith, It fs ' this '$65.00 he ad $3.00 tOf located on Butbesille street, just be-,- , To slaughteringfat nome and $6.00" forces-pres-s low the Bank "of XJolumbia.' Splendid' from Thedford to Omaha, arfd he deducts $7.00 credit for the hide. water on the place. Tor further par According to these figures the ticulara see W. H. GUI or dressed carcass of his cow would be M. Tutt. worth $67,00 In Omaha, as against the packers' price of approximately $54.00 , 50 tf rscmen is derived nv deducting the ex In all cases these whether they be sold to outside manufacturers or "to one of the manufacturing departments in the business (at the same prevailing market price), are credited to the cost of the meat portion of the animals, just as in the instance of the hides mentioned above. Thus the "utilization of system of which Tve have heard much, and the method by which it is conducted, show the packers' manufacture ing profit on a great variety of commodities ranging all the way from pharmaceuticals to glue, do, In reality, bear the burden of fresh meat prices. ts, JKenyon bill .now in hearing at Wash ington would be hard to deduce from Senator Kenyon's own statements. Ie Just what is, the purpose of the and Rugs FANCY GROCERY Furniture, Carpets, 3ZH and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass Bedsteads," Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh. Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line MEAT -- PAY? Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. Revival Planned For Entire South We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. Corne in and see it. WILLIAM fox; presents THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS "" Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Btridence Phone 13 B Business g Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN OR. J. N. MURRELL ' DENTISTi Jeffries!! B'l'dp ' Office Front rooms in up 5taus. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Columjbia, - Kentucky non-churo- h. -- Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO Iieeaat Incorporated riatket Street Between First and BroGk -- IS. H Jones Veterinary Silrgean antfoentlst Special attention giveeDisesses of a Domestic Animals Office Louisville, Ky. at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. t FIR-- E X' W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES tOLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. AUCTIONEER Business Solicited -,, aon-sume- r. ADAIRland ADJOINING Bounties j. m. wolford, CASEY CREEK, KY. I I T 4 $ X 6XXXWXXXXX&lm )fK)K X WICK-MUC- Columbia Barber Shop - fcSSi i UNDERTAKER. Tabo kStplUUllio Gwkets, I kwp lo-h- mi o ad SUd BttBd-tw-night harsMv grday. jwrvia We large owfctte. Pre CcePhee,!l6a.'- Residence Phone-2- 9. on hands at f nil toe o mSm, citi, -- and robes. faUx . Far Rhcnmairtn. Son Hasrim. ttiml.lL ache. llMtafh mitd mM nalnc &fAi. tw-i- . fl U cata ay acfee or tola H ay pirt ol tba body ' ae ' ,lf!anttary ' P t . kpta j. XTliVCCtSISrCrbvnaatMttaaU. IT MAMS PAIH SAIL BOUJUKW KESIEDV CO.. Laubctos. Shop, wtiere both SatisfacUon.'asd .Gratificatisn are Guaranteed. Kj. Oife-.u- s i hppjTt,v a Trial and be Convinced. ? i. r- - "- '" Ky -- turn: tun: nrcai iiul&ci we mib; ox. ' " itt. a m by me Jeffries' Hardware Store? e- - vt - i. .- eXi - A -- v .- -r 'v.Vi-;.- A bAlBPXTf K23; - Methodists Save Belgian and , Serbian Orphans Southern Church Buys Homes In Brussels and Belgrade and Sup- - . ports Serbian Refugees in England. The Centenary Nashville, Tennl Commission of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, will specialize in caring for the children of Belgium. Serbia and other stricken countries f Europe, according to an announcement made by Dr. W. B. Beauchamp, Dr. Beauchamp the director-generaand a Church. Commission have just returned from Europe. For this purpose a large home, for merly a famous boys' school, nas been purchased at Uccle, a suburb of Brussels. Several hundred children can. be accommodated in this building, and the Methodists will assume entire re snpnsibility for them and their future. Another home has been bought at Belgrade, Servia, and here the underfed orphans of the Southern Slavs will be given medical attention and cared for. A staff of women physicians. l. . I .- Bficurefl from Scotland, "will he in charge of this home. Still another .orphanage has been taken over at Faversham, England, This home already contains more than a hundred Serbian children, orphaned refugees who were taken from their homes during the Austrian invasion. Plight of Children Deplorable. "One can scarcely Imagine the plight of the Belgian and Serbian, children," declared Dr. Beauchamp. "The mines of- - Northern France have Leen flooded or filled with concrete by the Germans, and thousands of- children will literally freeze to death this winter. "I have seen them living In the old s left by the entrenches and emy, with little to eat save what is gathered from the passers-by.- " Relief stations will be established as quickly as workers can be obtained and supplies sent. These will he at Brussels, Ypres, St Quentin, Montdi-dieBelgrade and other centers. The Centenary Commission is seeking for two young physicians, eight nurses, a cozen women social worK-erand a number of superintendents and directors to reinforce the rejief staff. These will be sent abroad at - Christians Invade the Holy Land Southern Methodists Send First Workers To Palestine for Bible and Literature Distribution. (Special Correspondence) Nashville, Tenn. The Methodist Episcopal Church, South, has the distinction of being tJie first Christian denomination to sendjworkers to Palestine since the free regime inaugurated under the occupancy of General Al-lenb- y. dug-out- r, s, once. I The Church has a fund of $5,000,000 for this purpose. It is a part of the $53,000,000 fund which was' raised in the recent Centenary Drive. - - mmr K -- -J. The Centenary European Commission of the Church, headed by Bishop James Atkins and Dr. W. B. Beauchamp, have already dispatched five colporteurs to the Holy Land. These will be followed, by five more in the. next few weeks. These workers will establish no .stations, hut will follow the early Methodist custom of itinerating over the country distributing Bibles, tracts and Christian literature. This literature will- - be. printed in the native dialects, and will be secured through an arrangement with the Nile Press in Egypt. Under the rule of the Turk such a movement would have been prohibited, but under Allenby there is perfect freedom of religions. The action of the Southern Methodists is the beginning of a vast scheme. of missionary active ity which will be carried on in the Holy Land. -- W7ik i Cigarettes made to meet your taste! Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness never before attained. To best realize their quality compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price! Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will Silliill ! 11111 111 ill II i S win you at once it is so new and unusual. That's what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic 'tobacco gives youl You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I vAs you smolre Camels, you'll note absence of . 1111 lillil II 5! AUTOMOBILE LINE " s ...jB any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally 8 B Columbia and GampbellsvillG MailCar Ford Car Special Attention to Traveling Men Cost of On'account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Toll, and other increased expecses we aie compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: 8 S H A II I UiL.V $1.50, Round Trip, $2.75., $2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 8 8 8 Senator Kellogg, of Minnesota, Int dlacusalna maladministration of railroads by the 'Government,! said: "There never was a Government-operation that was not- - wasteful and Inefficient It is Inevitable un- ider onr organization that it should! be so. It Is not the province or Xthe prerogative of a Democracy like ours, instituted for the best Government on the face of the i without tiring your taste! Take Camels at any angle they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camels quality! 8 8 8 Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. in. PHONES.- Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, I the country." Congressional 1 Record, Aug. 5. i j Blfl IP WUanm 8i 11 I mm Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. ra. and p. m. IWIIlilillllllfiilWIIIIHB J W. E. NOE. -- SliBiiHSsSBSffi' saui iiirtiai'i I Z Camels are sold eterywhera tn eetorrtatcauy mealed pack, ages of 20 cigarettes or tea packages 200 cigarettes) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when jrou travel. glassine-paper-cover- ed R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Sale- N. C wrym ywjcirlywi.y, tt.vv HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST-- 00 NOT WANT DRY CLEANING and DYEING. Am permanently located in Co LICENSING BILLS Farmers, Stockmen and Merchants Oppose Packer Legislation at Washington. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post Iumbia. All Classes of Dental work? done. Crovr SWISSICLEANERSAND 617 FOURTH AVE. DYERS OB die and Inlay work a Specialty All Work G'uaranfeed :: For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or drugs' in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with nobad habit-formi- ng after-effec- ts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America. J ertG B- sJ i ixr, J 'r bo - , Certain-tee- d "" renders a war service. saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Ceriain-tee- d SmIma m?iMrTrSUSBammmrJa. iwktt!sjv&xarwmrriri 'WBkTQte' - Representing a diversity ot Interests and Including farmers, feeders, ll ;posb office butchers arid produce dealers, fully a thousand Individuals have made their way to Washington to enter their protests against the packer licensing "Iplan now In hearing before the senate agriculture committee. Far from solving In any measure the legishigh, cost of living, lation If passed would be a dangerous experiment for everyone, is the consensus of opinlorheld- by these witnesses. "We've had government control of railroads and telephones and telegraphs until we're plumb worn puf, and we don't want any more," W. P. Carpenter,"stock feeder of Tarldo, Mo., told the committee. jJTm in favor of the man w.ho can produce "the .'cheapest going ahead as far as he can. That's the way to cut down the cost of living." That the packers dominated markets, was an Idea scouted "' bv. testifvine stock; feeders, who said K " 'T re-ta.the-propose- TAKE cars- grve tlie packers who now own them an unfair advantage over competitors. This Is stoutly denied by the packers, who offer as proof the fact that they pay the same freight rates as any shipper; and they assert that the only advantage they enjoy is in being able to get enough cars for theit needs by furnishing them themselves" instead of depending upon the "rait roads to do so, In this they arebacked" up by a report of the Interstate Commerce Commission, made after an investigation of all privately owned cars, to the effect that there were ncr unfair practices and that a radical change would adversely affect botb shippers and the public While not opposing, in principlev railroad ownership of refrigerator cars, the packers maintain that there are not enough of these cars to go around and that the legislation in question makes no provislpn for insuring that the railroads shall furnish them in sufficient number. On the other hand, to pool their cars and take chances of getting what happened ta be available, would seriously handicap the distribution of their perishable meat products. The stream of shipments from the packing plants would, be blocked, which in turn would block, the buying of live- stock, and the.Irt-dustrwhich is founded on a'basls at rapid distribution, would be badlj - - y, muddled. the-stoc- k "'' tZ Zlt the packers' Taking mway r JH -- . I llP B yf The Woman's .Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousandsof other women! It should help. "I was" taken sick, seemed, to be . . . ," writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Ya. refrigera- tor cars was as. reasonable as taking away their butcher knives, was the conviction expressed by J. P. Lynch, another feeder from Tarklo. 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 voar labor It can be laid in less than any other type of roof; and no skill is required-any- one tone who will follow the simple directions that comt packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. $- The durability and ecdnomy of Certain-te- e J are recognized the world cr, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof - - fojr factories, office buildings, hotels, stores,. xi ts.?& & warehouses, garages, farm buildings, Certain-tee- d etc , he- - Guaranteed 5. 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Offices &Worehouein Principal Cities' of America '' Manufacturer of Czytaizi-tee- d Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good r The concern of stockmen and butchers who fear that hampering th& packers will only result in disrupting the meat Industry without benefit to anyone, was not theoieinterest displayed at the hearing. Business men throughout the country are strongly against the licensing feature which would establish a precedent for bringing government control and politics Into the conduct of all manner-o- f business. Many business organizations havo expressed themselves forrnallyi through, "resolutions; as againsFtngprincipie or bringing business unaer. government interference or tne Kina proposed in the Kenyon. and Kendfick bills. In speaking for the. chamber of commerce of Moultrie, Ga., C. T. Caldwell said: "We've gat Swift & Co down there, and they've helped more than anything else to get our farmers to diversify The live stock buslne needs their national distribution." -" "I got down so weak, could, hardly walk . . .. Just staggered around, I read of Cardui, In these contentions pro and con, there are three parties whose Interests are at stake the packers, their competitors and the public. Only one at these parties could gain a possible advantage if the packers', cars were taken away from them, viz, the packers' competitors. The cars are handled on an economic and efficient basis, and no change fat justified unless unfairness is definitely-anabsolutely proved which would be In. absolute contradiction to the report that the Interstate Commerce; Commission has already rendered on. ' l the subject. The public would pay the bill for inefficiency in the packing Industry, and it has no de"slre to pay this bill in order .to.help a few of the pacfc era' competitors. noir-admlttedl- y d ...after taking one and 'A bot- tle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able'to do my work. I take it in the spring; when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. '1 Used 40 Years Ail Druggists I. TO CARDU The Jfc S.NI SANDERS " km -- ifei'B' ELIiSilfEp j Ji fe. ' person. Btr inasmuch as these "ice as one of the pack boxes ers- terms them, are the conveyaace V- Whether5refrig?atr we eari s&oafci b which bring our beefsteak; lowned 1) the r by tb pefcH way assume- that we Save a certain- Fertiliser 1& par eoti. a!eld ers a point to-utctmlaed by leg coocerB' afeout thenK Jf tfeey havfr any- fv hundred at HutaKiiam-J"- ; islation now penddflg'ia Waskloirtoar J thlnl: to to with tfce price f th be!" Heus, Celuaabla. may eem to be a ymtttwTathwr rtr cowm a P Uak SttMt O'mt) Jtiitr, moteifroni tfi iatrw6!wCBMr. awwi Jthr - THE PACKERS AND 1 flEFRiGERATOR CARS - EKVWVVWVVAM Wmir's Tiafc Sold Everywhere A; 5C - to-taw- n, rllrii r - r '" illir- - j "'" 6 IiC , &V' K- - a- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. . Jlambia, where he. .resided - for many years.' While living in Columbia, he was made a mem. n mH a aarby I ' fW mr ber ofYthe county court, in the system then in vogue, which s or cvvwa-iwv- f I liBLher,JiPTOea are- davs whenTweihaflJ tahhas,hadPwin, my pen ZX Ti lVi ' was, when a vacancy occurred JrM am and rvapisco; ana those Ml an" jypre on? party .days.' in the office of justice of the tBftweenrwe dark "Don't think my hour is Just &e'was ouotintr. "uioraipprays a vvl&e peace, the county court made a world lunch Tiour. It started us happily,; Mt oft nause ade us sure they .seems iilllimBTriiiiiliiMfrii th recommendation to the Governor ry day for xftUdrauiHKnce they w ust feed Te given that of the. state, of two certain citmust aahlfes. First I hacyAlwavs readv ould izens as fit and buitable persons .. . Cii. viw;u uievj f. toddle, i always iresn always wei- to fill the office and the Govern5 un my m come. An aDoetizer at the be- or would appoint and. commission ldrenjjr ginning of the meal, making the best trvojp soup better, and the final touch of satis- one of the two. This Method of vs4 wuure oiA " jT msxaa cuw l aa 4.1 Adrift cuju 1UUUUX1 WIlcll LUC wiccoc selection seemed to secure for Nothing can take the served. the office of justice .of the peace,, place of U needs Biscuit in nearly every instance, a promy table. on inent and leading citizen, who NATIONAL S held the office d urine: life or BISCUIT 'list good behavior, or until he should Kzrrjm COMPANY seo-r- i aliC 'ten' resign., wnen it oecame neces- Sd&d o sary to have a sheriff, the counwere "w; lways Hour. ty, court would recommend to Iainty, al- Tou mly National vent on, "are much the Governor for appointment, to' anbe. During the anals. ;Tfiey are most loi ay babies were growing inmost tractable after they fill that office, two members of ' never missea tne cnii-"fiomethine to eat. "National Bis V alwaya betfn our Chil-the county court, jone of whom t's Hour with its tasty feast. klilnries held the oldest commission, and the Governor would appoint him sheriff. As thesHeriff only held his office for two years, a justice of the peace usually finished 3- his official career, by serving as ' Yestesday is Gone. Bheriff of the county for a term, To-dis Fleeting. and when the justice, who held Never Comes. the oldest commission, becamei sheriff, it made a vacancy in the A itl to keep up with this 20th Century you need a clock that will keep office of justice of the peace, the Correct Time. Why should you bother your neighbor every few minutes to ask what which was filled by the ' GovernPhone No. 12. c cq it is' when you can own a nice clock. I have just received a nice or, as above stated. About the f ix.e of Kitchen,. Alarm, and Mantle Clocks. If you need one call and look mj line over. year, 1832, Col. Trabue became sheriff of the county for a tterm. L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, The county courts in those days, --Columbia, Kentucky. was not presided over by a county judge, as there was then no "-n- -n office or officer of that kind. DAUGHTER HAD NOTES ON ADALR The regular terms of the county Next Door to" The Adair County New Office. court, were, in those daysr held COUNTY. TO QUIT WORK l5y the justice at the peace, one of whom, presided over the MOTHER SAYS by John atroe Steele court as its chairman. Gcjl. Trason, bue was, for several years, the family. We understand their busigoing into gflictivity Would Have Lasted Lort- No. 41. chairman or presiding justice of Ed, is thinking of the near ec Had Not Trutona the county court.HThe county ness at that place in COL. DANIEL TIABUE. Brought Aid. Four of the brothers of Col court, in those times, performed future. The last few days of cold ( ifj' "'V " Daniel Trabue served as so diers substantially the same duties, as weather has put the ground in T l mi Louisville, Ky., --Nov. 19. Because in me revolution, rney were are now performed by both the . ft' shape so that our farmers can ut has relieved her daughter of trou- General James Trabue, Col. John county and fiscal courts. Bowing wheat and they bles which kept her from her work Trabue, William Trabue, and The military title by which he finish up are certainly taking advantage of for fitffe long months, Mrs. Josephine Edward Trabue. The first nam was universally known and' adn Srawii, a Louisville Up to this week dressed, arose, from having filled the opportunity. ed, was the Commissary-GenerTil Wf.sintjton street recently there was no a half a crop sown for the ar.my of Gen. George that official rank, in the militia ana.da.tiie fllo wing interesting in this community. regarding Trutona, the perfect Rogers Clalk, the second named, forces of the state. All in all, and Messrs. A. T. Coomer MYERS-BARUh- R ijjanic: became deputy surveyer of Ken he was a very noted and prom family and Albert Brummett and "i-ldaughter had been suffering tucky is lands, and died at FoH inent citizen, of the county, COMPANY with stomach trouble and nervous family, some of our best citizens Logan, in' 1779 or 1780. entire life, which was will move to revs Cor several rtonths. In fact, the their new homes, WHOLESALE AND great activity and Tn the year, 1785, Col. Daniel filled with iLzaablo became so severe that she near Sparksville, in a very short RETAIL MILLERS .coaldii'b Work for five .months. It Trabue, after making another many stirring events.. , time. They have both recently To Be Continued. .seemed that everything she visit to Kentucky, in company bought farms, in that section. forma-tioo- s soar in her stomach,causiDg gas with a large party, removed his FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFF Mr. W. Fletcher while haul GradyvlHe, and a bioated feeling. The gas family o Kentucky from VirTHEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE .seemed to form around her heart ing corn, off of his farm one day '.-- causing her much pain. '"'. ginia, by tne way of Pittsburg, last week, received a considera- 40. Years In the mill business enables us to make the very BEST and Pa., then known as Fort Pitt. , We are having the coldest 1)le fall that laid him up for . PUREST. We don't.use anything but the best of wheat in . s3raf2rthash"e6ohIdTiardly iHep-He descended the Ohio river spell of the season this week. i several days, but at this time Titus Price. Columbia, waajif flight; get? up in Uie from Fort. Pitt, and disembarkmaking our Flpur. is convalescing. znarcjc.a'lmcsb as tired as when she ed pur midst last Friday, atMaysville, and took up his Mr. Luther Willis, one of our ceatio beot. But Tr'utonaTfiasfstead residence, We Will Makejit to YourTnterest to Get Our on Greer's creek, in Mrs. George W. Dudley .spent! ea;'kleTlDeves"and she'salriJast able Landing progressive farmers, - is preparWoodford county, w,here he liv--. several days at.ClOyds, ,toXtsrc well at- night. Thigl medicine Prices Before'Buying Elsewhere. last week with her relatives. ing to build a large feed and bz& rerieved her rf the mdgestonV ed. in a sparsely inhabited com. Mrs.Veston Holt, of Janiea-town- , tobacco barn on one of his farms, bowels are regular, now munity, which was the object of We. give our special attention to exchange and where his son. yiBi ted .here severaldays. at his place WpjJiluk Jcutoua is a great- medi a number of forays by the custom workvgiving in exchange for 60 pound George, will reside in the near vcioef He actively participated of last we6k. wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. riiliona isj- - now being introduced Mrs. C. 0. Moss and Mrs. G. T. future. in the defense of his community olumbla at the rtiffo' exp'aiued in against these , hostile attacks. Flowers spent a day of last week L. B. Cain and B. B. Janes, two Co , and in Cane Valley; pf our live wires, when it come3 He was present, when the treaty in Columbia. .siccus IE. Pastou's drug store. to a deal, exchange da fine young MYERb-BARGE- R GadBerry aLd Mr of peace was concluded between . Mears. Walker and, Hind man, mule, lMfes Josephih for one of the beat five Columbia, were through this "Waoas Sharp were, married at the the Indians, in Ohio, and Gen. of year old horse in this part of the es'lence of Eld. Z. T. Williams last Anthony Wayne, after the de- section the .first of the w,eek book mtcay afternoon. The couplejre feat of the formerly the army ing after tpbacco. We understand county. The former gave in fifty a WiS vvSWV ii' f tsHaiii the Gadberry community. " vr of the latter, at Fallen Timbers, they bought several ;rops. at dollars forhe difference. Our new preacher, Rev. Pillow, Tfee season for hunting- quail and in 1794. In what' capacity, lie prices from 25 to 30 cents per lb. future. As we get it they have time. We "must say this of Mr. preached his first sermon to our o&tt&ts opened Saturday, and a num was acting at the making .of the n Mr. James Durham, the bought a business at that place. Yarberry that is one.ofour best people last Sunday-t- o a good .Steel sports were out with gun and treaty, is not, now, remembered. tobacco man, of Mr. Ben Yarberry and family, citizens,straight fdftf, ;.QuaJl is said to btfscarce in In 1795, lie and hone3t in all removed to Adair Campbellsville, was calling on audience." So far as we have j&iir'boxinty, but rabbits are our people are well pleased who have been giving in this e heard of his dealings with his fellow-me- n. "33he' season lasts until the first county, where he resided until iiis trade in this part of; community for the past ten or his death in the year, 1840. county several days of Iat week. with their preacher. tifi'JMtear. Wecertainly can comWe understand that Mr. James fifteen ears, who, sold his farm, His firit residence in the county, Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill Cattle Corbln,' wife of Htnry mile south of the by their .war Eij will Hoy and John Roe havefonoed several' moths ago,, bright a mend him and his good family died on Green. river recently. wai onp half i& and LabeutalztyjrMri old,, and . iscosd corner of tke county)' m leave in a few inrtwt AdWerille, to the people of the community kwM.edgi&allyettabjfched. but wmc uiey wui flpM ingagein to; the; "grocery buii- - farm.onPettits Eork, and. will HaslKud she Imvm a BUmber or afc, 0wib;--- i A. the Mwr ke afterwardi, to C.I jewitk tbeir let fam b'altert where he wilIrremove. -- .1 vru "er. ficre to malle asketctf of dren's Hour like a feast. 3ftor tfe Luncheon was Just over, And tiny- toddlers there is. a yoniruf io was talking to a little knot of menu, sometimes XJneeda Biscuit: Burned. The first sards I heard, .as and, milk, sometimes JSrabam Cra.cE seat jTvere V. alid quietly Into rzrxr-vu., .jjtau. vunuftjuyyj rNational Biscuit? mailing ue pugHfi: baitlv my own tasty occasions is vjy - com-Jie- cvt -- whiVv - i t 4 wncKt TO BUY YOUR tajF . ,- - 4 4 " Vk the-famil- W Glothing, Hats. Caps Gloves. Shoes, etc. ladies: UNDERWEAR .sec-eve- ? w:jz iaV 4 ..DRESS " AND -- GOODS. NOTIONS. TIME FLIES ay 4 ;i-j- c 4 All Wool Cotton Blankets To-morr- ow Furniture, arpets, Rugs, Daveip oris - Albin Murray n ' 4 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky MfrMQHfr40e04444i464444444,9Mfr & " -- a T well-know- wom-aut- ol al state-mea- t; C WHI1EIILY. y dur-ingh- " ate-woul- d 1H ? -- s at ....... - 06,,-at'difi- - In-dia- ns. r- - . . . X We Solicit Your Raronage. CO., Z:Z t- - -- ii 1 v--. V- - - well-know- plentl-sjfaf- c j b-- partnership will r rord -- w V