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Great Yktiry far Columbia. NUMBER S DISTRESSING ACCIDENT. if a Fine Old Lady. rT - The Publfc-- JfelijghtfiiT Ealertatomeitf J Mrs. C . Russell Ettertaits. W m The fastest basket ball' game ever Last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. C. H". Louisville, Ky., Nov. 21$919.; On Friday 'afternoor Mrs.' 'W. B. The people of Columbia were very fffi Patteson and Mrs. ErisBarger 'jenter-tataed- played in this city ended with a great Russell entertained very delightfully f instistly sorry.to learn Monday morning of thefMM B- Murrell, Everett Msntgomcry in honor of her guest, Mrs. Presley-Clark- , number of friends at the victory for the Columbia Athletic Mrs. Jane Tnrk, 86 yars old, Columbia,. Ky., death of of Macon, Ga. aiu3lc and a 4t' Killed to Saw Mill at Gradyr home of Mrs. Patteson. The out of Glub (under management of C. T. which occurred at her home, Jn Brad- - Dear Sir sewing contest were enjoyed. Each Will you be kind enough to publish toym guests wereMrs. Presley Clark, Stults) vs St. Mary's College, the ville. He Was a Geod fordsville, Sunday night. She was a guest was given a button hole to work . Macon, Ga., and Mrs. LrF. Page knd score at the end of the battle standnative of Adair county, a daughter of in the News the following for m? Citizen. and after a busy contest Miss Alice I am. informed that at the last, elect- Mrs. R. I. Blakeman, of Indianapolis. ing 33 to 24 in favor of the local club. Walker was awarded the prize. 'JL Robt. Gilmer and a sister of Mr. Alab- TheJbouse was beautifully decorated St. Mary's College has an excellent who was a general mer- ion-, in whleh 1 voted under the: LARGELY- - ATTENDED. fred Gilmer, delicious salad course was served. THE FUNERAL being-fi- r with yellow chrysanthemums. A ball club and has never been defeated chant in Columbia for many years. sent, voter law, I, at the tiniei on her own floor, therefore the game Thanksgiving Basket (Ball Game was also a first cousin of Louisville, that my vote was notrcountr guessing contest was very much enoc- - The deceased A distressing and fatal accident ed. While my vote would In nowise joyed and Mrs. B. E. Ro we was award- - was swift from the start. The lineMrs. Esther Dohoney, of this place, a cured at Dudley & Son's saw mill, at election, but Led the prize. After delicious refresh up for both Vjlubs were as follows: second cousin of"J. P., John C and effect the results of thei Monticello has decided to stay over Gradyville, las Thursday morning. Columbia Athletic Club. county and ments were served, Mrs. L F. JPage W. T. Dohoney, Mrs. Nannie Flowers having lived in Adair and play the Columbia athletic daK Everett Montgomery, about twenty-fiv- e all gave a. charming description of her and Mrs. Kinnie Murrell. "She was a West Columbia voting precinct years old, who was employed in Thursday night at 7:45 after picture never trip to Sohth America, eighteen who stood for the higher ideals my life every one'knows, and by the main belt woman Center the mill, got caught my citizenship, I do months ago, with Pavlova's company? show. The show will start extra early. in all walks of life. Her husband was having changed Pickett was dashed from the saw carriage and "want a precedent set; of some'per?, Mrs. 'TPage went to chaperone her Monticello is bringing along the old re--' Mr. W. C. Turk, who, in his life time,, nob Jeffries fGuara?- .to the engine and was instantly killed. nothing of daughter, Miss RurirlPage, who,, at Dunbar substituted for Hurt la last galars 'for us. Don'i faiffo see th& was prominent in the affairs of Adair son or persons that knew He attempted to throw the belt from my motives or Intentions by denying I that time, was dancing with that half. Epperson substituted for Jef County. The funeral was held in the game as the visiting team held the the drive wheel when the accident oo- '" fries iniast half. Presbyterian Church, of which she ma the rieht to vote. The mere fact company. championship for a number of years cured. The unfortunate man never that I was then and how am in LouisSt. Mary's College." pass- was a member, this place, thi s(Tues spoke and the news of his sudden Successful Sales. not Kowalksl day) forenoon, conducted by Dr. Frank ville and engaged in business does The B'enri in C'irisc will oam I gloom over the entire town ing cast a Before- leavKunpersmith frwaras of Danville. The interment change my citizenship. Cheek, meeting at the court-hou- se next Saturof Gradyville. He leaves a wife and ing Columbia, I told such ptrsons as The Series of Auction Sales of the McNamara Center. cemetery was in the city She day night. Rev. M. L. Dohner.who two children, who are heart broken, my af- 5 Mercer County Farms wee sold by O'Neal parts of the daughter, Mrs. Alice Walker, I thought to be interested in in some but the good people of the community leaves a remained' in Swinebroad, The Beal Estate Man of Betzing fuara3 county as a zealous and earnest min of Bradfordsville. The funeral was fairs, that whether I Heaverine substituted for Betzing are doing every thing in their power Louisville or not that Columbia would Jiancaster, Ky , just as advertised. largely Attended. 2l ister, will do the preaching. All thai . in last half. to console them. On Fridayt Nov. 7th he sold remain my home and voting placd. singers of the town are requested to C. T. Stults, Beferee. f$ . Community Survey. I then thought and now think llke- - two farms, 84 88 acres for J. A. Conn For Saie. A series of three games will be play-re- d attend and assist in the song service wise that under these absent voter LtoJi of Mercer County between the two clubs. The next The following list of names have law I was entitled to vote, certainly for $284.75 per acre and 113.43 acres Program for Thanksgiving ier 8 acres of been selected by the County Council as much so as the many others "who for. A. W. Curd to John Curd of Mer game win be at St. Mary's Dec. 6. My home consisting of vices. 4roand.Brickandframcd house with good of the Interchurch Work Movement voted under same conditions, ' and cer County for $153 00 per acre on On the same evening the'Campbells-villSaturday, the 8th. another double This is the to act as Survey Chairmen in their whose votes 'were counted. cellar and outbuildings. team played the Lindsey-Wilso- n Methodist Church. Nov. 27, 10:3a a. precincts to make out the I want it distinctly understood dw header selling 102 acres for J. W. best valued place in Columbia. Any one several team in the latter's Gym. It was m. "Community Survey." The entire by all who might be interested in Jones to Thomas Gritton of Fayette" wanting a good home see me at once. Song service: irs. M. F. Turney a contest, the result voting precinct is to be included in knowing, that I am a citizen and vot County for $247.00 per acre and 142 11 rather being 38 to 20 in favor of the and Mrs. Hamietc. This is the A. G.Todd place. the survey with its varied information er of Adair County, and so expect to acres for A Gillispie to Wm. Beck for Scripture Readiu? and Pravc, Rev; T. E. Waggener. S276 50 per acre. Name Residence Precinct remain wherever I may be. Z. T. Williams. . f Mrs Josh Todd, of color, who under-weVery Respectively, Milltown Then on the 11th. he sold for Ji W. Milltown Jim Shirley Mr. J. C. Browning, of Milltown Special Music. Baker. 210.91 acres near Bureln to C Bay Montgomery. a very successful operation, on Keltner. J. W. Vire Hospital, Keltner is in the Deaconess President's Proclamation, Bev. O. Gradyville B. White for 8293.00 per acre And on the 4th. of November, at the city operated Gradyvile N. H. Moss Louisville, having been Special Lodge Notice. Saturday, Nov. 15th. he sold for C. P. hospital, Louisville, Ky , is improving T. Thomas. G. W. Dillon Breeding Elroy on for gallstone. Six Stones were re Interchurch World Movement . Harmony Azro Hadley Falrplay Wade 60 acres In Boyle County near rapidly. Her many friends will be ' moved. Dr. C. M. Russell accomBev. B. T. Watson. Glenville J. V. Dudley Montpeller A special meeting of Columbia Perryyille, In two tracts 20 acres to J. glad to know that she will be able to panied the patient, and he reports Lodge No. 96 F. & A. M. will be held T. Baker for $200 00 per acre and 40 return home in a few days. White Oak Geo. Epperson Boy that the operation was a success and Bennett. Saturday night, Nov. 29th at -- which acres AbnerHilton for 8221.00 per acre. Welby Knifley Eunice Little Cake Greensburg 'Loose 'Leaf House will 'Offering. that Mr. Browning is doing well, and Peljyton Also'jooMthe 14th. he sold at private W. I. Jones' Grand Master, Henry S. McElroy wilt Pellyton will be able to return home in two open the 5th of December instead of. Closing Prayer, Bev. J. L.MurrelI.-B- . Boley be present to addess us on a subject- - Sale" for J. W. Jones.a part, of the Eoley Alvln McWhorter "" weeks. Y. Bennett- - Sec . the 4th, as advertised last week. Note Cane Valley Joe Oallisott Cine Valley whichis vital to the Craft). "Every Gwinn farm purchased by .Mr. Jones paper. Ministerial Association. the change in' B. 6. Dillingham Absher Egypt member of the lodge is urged jto be when It was sold by :Swinebroad at Notice. TfH., These selections have been made by present. Members of all lodges' in auction, this sale was 150.31 acres to R. Mrs. Etta Caldwell has removed Sale. come D Lyen and J M. Llllard at.8305.00' from Milltown to Columbia and is ocHsmember the Dog Tax for 1920, is the "committee with full confidence Adair County are requested to V pe'r acre. Making a total for the first you will take it up in earnest. also Please bear this in mind and-bthat cupying the residence on Greensburg; now due. S. C. Neat clerk, A. C. C. My farm - of 87i acres at Portland, street that she recently, purchased The questionalres will be sent you at the lodge room at 7 o'clock Satur half of November of Sales by Swine Adair county, Ky 40 acres overlow, from the heirs of J. D. Flowers. broad of 863.64 acres for a total of I for 310,000 the amount and such literature as will explain the day night , In the drive and an average per acre of and has made 300 barrels of corn per 'By requestof theGRAND MASTER. the Columbia Baptist Church is to work. Notice. 3258.96.' year for 6 years. I also have 300 barJ as. B. Garnett, Master, B. T. Watson, raise in the drive for $75,000,000 about ' ""Z. T. Williams, rels of corn for Sale. By Geo. E. Wilson, Sec'y. $7,000 of the $10,000 was subscribed Notice. E. L. Davis, Columbia, Ky. 33,000 E. V. Bennett. I want everybody to know I am. last Sunday night The other Allen Morrison "bought of Julius coming. Milltown Sam Burdetteana J. B. Coffey will back at my. old stand, at Garlin-Bri- ng will be forth is an iron gray mare mule in Gaskins, a few days ago, a farm of 143-There me your broom corn. Terms The Bank of Columbia has received leave here in due time with 25 head of f of its allot Church jcalsed pound. The owner will please call acres lying near- Fairplay, for 600. from the Burley Tobacco Company, of good Ed. D. Crawford. mules for Albany which are to spot cash. ment of $3,000 last Sunday. There is a dwelling and some out Lexington, Ky., and pay expenses. to be delivered to the be sold on Monday, Dec, 1st. buildinqs J. C. Strange , T. M. . 'There are more or less colored men Farmers Speaking. stock-holde-rs in said Company, irr and halrgrown boys on the streets of Cottage for rent.. Adair County, 100 per cent, n Two Gases Basket Ball. W. T. Hendrickson, of Campbells-ville,- . Columbia daily that.you.can not hire W. F. Cartwright. checks.. E. L. Harrison will speak in Hon. has purchased thaJ. B. Beard for cash. They will not wort. Cold theinUrest of the Farmer's Union at farm, two miles from Knifley on Casey Tuesday- - night; 25thj at Lindsey-Wilso- n Checks will be delivered only upon weather: is coming and these-sam- e. presentation of stock: certificates.' Card of Thanks: the following school houses: Breed- Creek. Tim farm, stock and tools Gym. Monticelio va L. W T. parties will be asking the white peowill please present cering De3., 3rd: Montgomery Dec , 4; will be offered for sale, Tuesday, Dec. S. Wednesday night, 26th, at C. H. Stock-holdeple for help, saying that they can not Every body 9 th. Watch next week's paper-fo- r ad. S. Gym. Monticello vs C. H. S. Games tificates promptly, and receive checks. " I want to thank the friends and Milltown Dec , 5th. get work. If they had worked during Jno. W. Flowers, Cashier. invited to attend. Hour of speaking, neighbors for their kindness and help ' will startat 7:30 p. M.' Every body the summer and fall they could hav 7 o'clock. A. O. Young. during the Illness and death of my laid by money to run on during the invited to attend these Games. Ad' Notice. . PublicSale. . Mother, Mrs. Mary Corbln. John N. Conover sold 9 hogshead of mission, 25 cents to all winte'r. To help them now ss to enA daughter. r tobacco in Louisville last week. One courage idleness, and they should b - All parties owing me accounts please On Saturday December 6, 1919, 1 Born. hogshead ..brought him 373 per hun comes, the newill sell to the highest .bidder at the call and settl them at once. Business The meeting at the Baptist church taught when distress Hi dred, the other eight averaged $40 per cessity of working and laying aside a. farm of Mrs; Fannie 'Willis, .near Zion calls me away. closed.last Sunday1 nights During its To the wife of. "Pink Dunbar on the hundred. cold and dis- Horace Walker. Church, the' following: Two.pod progress Bev. Bay" preached some part of their earnings for ' il2t&dnsit., a daughter.-, 'V Bev. B. T. Watson will preach at mares, safe and sound and good worksermon's,-- gUlng wholesome agreeable weather. TothVwife o'f W. HSrlipp,' 'recent i Cash Beard, who. .entered the army, fcpobited; Greensburg and Ebenezer churches ers. A lot of corn; hay,- and fodder. Mr. J, C. Eeece, who lives at went to France and engaged in several? advice to parents'and also the ly, a son. the 5th. Sundays and 3rd. Sundays, household and kitchen, furniture. A ' .pebplidf 'the do'mmQflity. During Sparksvllle, and who recently bought To the wife of Guy Willis, on the 11th "battles, arrived at his old home, Mill-- 1 good line of farming tools mostly new. - were, .several laddi-tlobeginning' next Sunday. of. C. C. Holt a small farm, a part of town, last Wednesday. Mr.':J. B. theseries there ' , too numerous to, a'daughter Many otner articles to trfefChdrcB, audi a: flattering theCy Wheat farm, at Montpeller, Tutt; who was in Columbia Thursday, Dwelling Burned. mention. Terms made known on day ma'de th faislhg ?10,00O. from will removejto c it in a short time. He) says that Cash has seen a sight and start Natlce to Taxpayers. Lucian Blair.. of sale. memrkrahfp.' Thiais the amount also bought the stoolc of. goods from can tell his roundVld. an" l interesting the Last Tuesday night a large dwelling At the same time and place Mrs. called for'lu the 375,000,000 drive. .Mr. Holt, and will continue business manner. house which was formerly owned by Fannie Willis farm will-boffered pay at the same stand. He paid 52,500 for Sidney Holt and occupied by the pres- for sale to, the highest .bidder. FtrSai e. your taxes at once, 6 per cent., penal-- , Ftriicar Tmt sate. & .v , the land, dwelling and store nous. .Zit& wV."-a ent owner and family, Wm. Blalrv -. , .'F PV (tad 6 pe'r cent, interest wllt'Tbe i tyj Mr., Reece is a fine citizen, and wlll'b StMley An. Old CitizenTasses. '.W : three miles South of Buscell Springs, added on December the ' 1st.' Nov. a valuable acquisition to Montpeller, Mami8i' bronze, turkey's, ,of'(ha was consumed by fire and nearly all on Sunday this time. famous" gold bauk.scraUv. . 30th will come ., "The Campbellsvllla Loose Leaf the contents. Help did not reach the Mr. Tim Willis, who was In his 78th. mules Sam Bardettesold twenty-fiv- e Don't put this off until the last mln Mrs. Josh JBuder. Pnpae a House is Inviting the farmers of Adair building in time to give much relief. year, died in 'the Fairplay. country 175 to S220 per ute, you are.JIable to get caught county to bring their tobacco othe in Montlqello ju from The loss is considerable. last Sunday night. He was arbrolKer Your Taxes are high eacwgh, without, The Gr ee nab urg .Loose Leaf House CampbelisvUIe head.' 4. B, Coffey wasthe auctioneer. market. They will Columbia Chapter,' No 7, will confer of the late B. C. Willis, who died here anything oeingided'i them. ' Takfe invariably is well patronised, by Adftir hate large nuoaber of- A great deal of cora waa cribfce ''-- .' f the irlark Master's degree this (Tues- .some years agOj and a half. . brother of warning. x .DOiuiby ijcowwrs. tpuyflu . last week, Th high waters day) night. AH Chapter Masons are Mr. J. A. Willis, this place.- He leaves ; Cortez Sandersj Sberiffi " AtUlrCoaaty. a gra6d4l'ftf com in the creek 'aid ja married daughter. c' urged to attend. ke Oir NcWEM; fdwcci Imt: 2 4t We- i. Werhfar of same bl"c river not " In damp, chilly weather there is For sale at. public auction on tha .00 par Ibarrel. . sold at aeree of good Burjer Some Jaraftfrs are Be47't'' throMfhl . Shoes,. RuWec- - Iotwer, 'TJadec- BALLARD'S square Monday Dec., 1st my house. , . laod;fec,Sal.' It k 9 MiJea."ffai wearfijSihirtaj.wetic Shirt,1 Ot.' so wine wheat. A . soM-h- ta SNOW IiINIMENT ..because many hold and kitchet furniture. "Cape, aad all other kiode of CaltaTUl, l Taylor eotaifcr It were put In.laet week. pop4t.who- know, by experience its r Mrs. H. Stapp. Ai '.--. ot mmtm itrf .! wtM h4mM.J$ --tjmmm X.f power in rheumatlc gmt?frelieving f.I' "'r" The AlvirtlMM iwuagjLyrt Burd.tU-iki'ac- i ACMNM ., wm ubitM--. : .' . nr.. v 'j. '- ' MhMMpalos,. prepare Co apply It Sam " '&.. . .f 4 t r. i tiA Hr. WMkteta: irlU- - ftr. Harrte' lttec . i Mtrawimrntyi . BMBtee taftt Saturday" at from . smeu 'njw Tj. ! vT ! " IT y.Vfj R , H.-at the flreC twinge. V'SW, .lyBWVJl.- - Z& t: ;lJ ' aZEVfeVu-- v ItOpMhMMi. v- Adv y: vDt at .C. vi - :hss2; .zMa .a L i . - v well-know- n J e one-side- d nt to-day- 's for e -- 3223;'-655.8- 3, 1 one-hal- - stock-distributio- rs - . '.-v- : -- ..... . . - -- Ja- os o Tottare-wirfredixcbnT1nan- d ,rr . ': p;-s?sf?.'af- . - Ersn. vt-- - . "" . .8 t . flrs-t-claa- . - ,- . daf - . r- fr . - ". - -- s ' . " - "' " Lawreeeiliei T- '- .- - . by-Pau- Jt y C. Jappk.w'-hlhlr. r-ti- -- - . .- T..SAB7taMir -- -.' ,- - - - .'. Xi&. &r5&tt2 vt- K- - s r i'i : "" - iii . ' -- " " KJ . U- - J'.. I : -- . i ," V - k - & ii&Tiy Fourcg Men and Women Offer, - fllliflllip m AI3AIR COUNTY NEWS &'&. Themselves For Christian Service SSsalhjum Baptists Will Have Ample Working Force for New Pro'-graCampaign Hopes to Strengthen Local Churches and Win 200,000 Lost to Christ During Next Five Years. -- THE CHEVROLET iCmsp of Young Women Volunteers, Preparing Themselves lor Special frtiHfln Service at Baptist Women's Training School, Fort Worth, Texas. year, looks back over an active. fcashablr the most encouraging Bap- - ministry of sixty years, practically all taxrauni that has come to the 'of which has been spent in the vicinity f.Srt.73 Million Campaign, so far, is the Jg SaBiwimber of young men and women hM tfae unuBUal dIgtlnction of having tflraaeilronl iia South and Southwes. baptized 5526 persons and at least 700 n&io Stave volunteered their services additional converts under his ministry ior- special Christian work wherever have been baptized by an assistant A special day pastor since Mr. Allison's health has TiOL imaj naed them. on Eset smart In the Baptist schools . not been good, due to his advanced uxssS. NShurches for "calling out the years. When this aged minister of the gospel presented the call for voluncs5rY' when It was expected to teers for special Christian service in minimum of 5,000 volunteers this campaign, three young men, all oi Christian service, this l whom were converted and reared under necessary, it was held, if the Mr. Allison's ministry, responded for tssfcrsed program of the campaign was the ministry themselves, one of them txtt&e carried out. Returns from these being his nephew. But the campaign hopes to enlist a jE7rfass are still coming in with the the number will reach largo number of Christian workers jvnecpfcct that other than those several thousand who 3CI2fiatt 7,500. will give themselves entirely to special "S&ese volunteers will nter the religious work. The campaign hopes as missionaries, Christian to enlist 2,000,000 additional pupils in nurses ami teachers to foreign the Sunday Schools of the South and fszs&s. Tabor in the homeland for the Southwest; win 2 500,00 additional ;LficaEcement of the kingdom of God or souls of this section to Christ during ;3T an any special capacity where the next five years; bring the Baptist iVfefiyfeel the Lord directs them. Bay-- 1 church membership in the South to ;jbt College, Belton.Texas, an institu- - 5,500,000 and enlist all these in all xioTt for young women, led the list of forms of church work; increase the sichools with 430 volunteers; Bessie ' number of Baptist churches in the ..rift OnHfige, Forsythe, Ga., responded South to 40,000, and enroll 40,000 young Stfc"28s Louisiana College, Pineville, men and women in the denomination's vV omen's 5S--; Training School, schools where they will prepare JLjz-- r i.y., 115; Southwestern The- - selves for lives of Christian usefulness rtStretosu 'S; llinary. Ft. Worth, Tex.. In their communittas or fnr sprvioo Jn :33 dx th. foreign field alone; Okla- - any part of the world where they may jrasaar'Jtiitf&A. Vniversity, Shawnee, 57 ; be needed. sXQs similar responses came from nu- While it is the hope to raise $75,000 KS.XSCK other institutions in the vari- - 000 to be invested in the larger allies comprising the territory of gram of Christian service which gave Sorathern Baptist Convention. the campaign its name, raising the SflEvailneiit among the many interest-- , money is only one of the objects I23; a rrounts of the special services sought. Baptists are being implored to the churches was a report from give themselves and all of their talents fct&S JtxxxTi. Allison, a Baptist minister of as well as their money to God, Director lilpo-- c i C, who, now in his eigh-- Scarborough announces. de-.tiet- Ii HEmIIISI h ( sr num-jbesioai- ggg A Car of Beauty. Graceful Streamliness - a fcrrs-peda- r A MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE'REACH OF ALL Persons wfrodo not want to invest a fortune in a car, but who do want gomething REAL NICE. Smooth and easy aiding that will pull any hill that has a road up it. We have a few Cars Now in Stock. V min-islrTr- doc-uxn- er We keep a Full Line of Parts at all I I j them-laswrvift- e -- ! pro-tzxv- z i.o WOODSON GliEENSBUKQ, Times rs ii LEWI KENTUCKY. te. j J 1 " the Mexican work the campaign has appropriated $575,000 to it alone for the next five years. 110 1 But the Americanization and evangelization of the foreigners is not confined to Mexicans. BOLSHEVISM ried on also among This work is carthe immigrants at the various Southern ports, among those of foreign birth in the mining districts of Alabama, OklaIS RECOMMENDED FOR homa and Illinois and among other ffSEVENTlON OF RADICALISM groups of people of foreign birth in JN THE SOUTH. Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Maryland and Virginia. Some of the state or ganizations carry on work of their own among &J&ER1CANJZE FOREIGNERS places these people, while in many the program is carried out cooperatively between the state mission boards and the Home Mission Board. "XeaOjing Them English and Ideals of In many instances a large work is ; ZUtJjtsd States and 'Christianity Is don& by the latter agency alone. Believing that both Americanization ,' JPart of Program of 75 and evangelization can be acc6mplished i lion .Campaign. most effectively by first reaching the ' children, Baptist agencies have estab"Sonlhern "Baptists have no sympathy lished schools where the Englfsh lanfjsr rae. L W. W.'s., Bolshevists and guage is taught, along with American Such schools TSasxH Ihxowers, and while radicals of and Christian ideals. are already being conducted with great lfctype are not numerous in this and al the country as yet, it is the success among the Italian for Cuban children at Tampa, Fla., es of the Baptist 75 Million children at Church Point to make the spread of such La., for Mexican children at El Paso propaganda here impossible and other Texas points, while communpervading with the gospel all ity center work is carried on exten .Ssy so rfSMttars where radicalism might expect sively at many of these points and at towns-anmining centers ate ihiaina .foothold as to make it where people of foreign birth make up agitators jgcoaHfle .lor the .professional a large percentage of the population, xSegrecoive a sympathetic hearing. In the social work of this character being it is the hope of the cam- conducted by Baptist women. sOssr Large results are expected to fpllow paign, o extend the work oi the work of the Baptist Bible Institute and Christianizing the is Uiving within the territory of at New Orleans, where InstructionnHji Mron ?n TCnnrflaYl IVnnnli Ttnllrtn auu ""b")ui i.iau.K.u, iiouau g Soalheni Baptist Convention that D..u Spanish. All people rtfccy avJU measure up to the highest are required to take some English work and the Bible Is taught in certain Sscaards at patriotism and religion. ,ZThere are 4,000,000 .persons of for- - practical subjects to them In their own sgn birth and children oi .foreigners - languages, thus facilitating their grasp Es5nSi within the territory of the South- of it. Practical Christian activities are, also required of all the students, some sa;Saj?tist Convention, and jvhile work has heen done already of whom are training for foreign misffjisng the line of teaching Americanism sion work and others for service among jemZL ilhe Christian religion to these the peoples of foreign birth in. this 6 greatly en- - country. Patriotism and high! ideals of --jMOjite, .this work wifl Christian civilization are givea empha "jaisied A3 a result of this campaign. Southwestern states there sis, throughout the institution and it la ,5m the ' tW .1WO.0OO Mexicans, 600,000 living the belief of those familiar with its potent factoi Tmi. 00w000 ia aNer Mexico, 75,000 work that it will prove aand Christian-latloHlarge auiaber ia' !a the Americanization Ijosisiana and tia the.pdoalee of fortiga Wrta 1, Oklahoma aad MiwMuri, bb-c ia taifl cattstry. C ike growMc Hi3 S PLAN TO IlSilMMiiiiMMiiliSiSilililiSiSiiiSilMllliliiiliiiii tSaC XT' 1 W newly-arrive- d OUWD THE WOULD WITH llffl rrtiS II SX-STTE- HE AMERICAN RED CROSS. Repatriating Prisoners. The Louisville Trust CO ?! Ml LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Capital, SurpluslandlUndiv.ded Profits Over One Millior'.Dollars. Acts as Executor. Administrator. HlrF-'Jw- I "' ii'Tf MII-'S- IBP rni ilSia ' mIi Wr" f TTmmMtSm m&mte U HSjBdEflSWawal 'MrHiT TJi r it mW juun aixiEs. : Trustee, and can Qtal as such in any County in thelState. Pays 3 per cent per AnnumronJTime DeposlU. Guardian. Aeent! Committee ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G. STITH. see president jgaaKg8i8iBfS8 IS YOUR LIFE mmtsm&mmx x sec-i&s- s. French-speakin- g Cam-t&aSg- n. INSURED? If Not Why Not INSURE With the Sf d 1 When hostilities cealed there were in the hands of their Teuton captors millions of prisoners of war of all Allied countries, the terrible plight of whom Is well known to all the world. Bed Cross workers, carrying relief supplies of clothing, medicines and supplementary foodstuffs, penetrated the Central Powers as isoon after the armistice as the military authorities would permit, and the work of getting the prisoners started back to their own countries was soon begun. In this, photograph a group of these men are. seen packed up and restored to something like normal health, awaiting the train that will curry theui out of bondage. UNIONGCENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE S g COMPANY, zto-s- Amer-SasBitiE- S for-stszna- si -- foreign-speakin- g ar H V OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. i M & 18 Wesell the bestfor the least money, See G. T. 24--C. PHONE STUliTS, flqent, 1 COLUMBIA; con--Sexftb- UNDERTAKER. 1 KY. keep oa haads a fail etock of coffins, caskets,' and robes. talso kep Metallic) Caskets, and Steal Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt tervlce night or day. Rewfcace Phone "29. J. Rub asore throat wlih BALLARD'S SNOW -- o R TRIPLETT, ; - ofece Phoee, CrtuoUa. Ky 1 68. - mfrte MHHMMH pjfeactioos will cure it completely. Honse, '" Srtdby Pawn Drugr Co. Ad?. Fertilizer 18 per cent, acid, $1.45 LINIMENT. One or two ap. per hundred ab' Hutchison Poultry Columbia-Unio- n Store, Caae Valley, Ky. IK ' ' 1gfnw,r' f ,' v :i ADAIR COUNTY NEWS'" -- t - '&' - The Right Angl . Store 2 Ply $2.25 ! ; TEErPEE RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Pty $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 $ li .- vFLOROID Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. ' w - i . Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH irht Ull MEAT, STAPLE and " FANCY GROCERE tyR.J. Keytiolda louaccouo. was such NEVERsmokejoy as you puff out of a irmmypipe packed with Prince Albert! WSJS'SaaS" , . m ::, Furniture, m Carpets, Rugs and i w 111 Druggets. lllll III I) I I lllll llilll 1 -- That's because JP. A. has the quality! i U UN ,fl 'II Hjlllllnfli IK I lllll ill j II I I I III1 tlllllMlnlllllllllllllllllllllll You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line ! Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class 6f its own, fnit when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and d tin humidors and that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moist ener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. half-poun- saagiigMyaiK ''Jijlfll S,l!::"v-vAii.vvk.L- Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. em SB, III HBIl - Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. C The warm. .'" vHfher of last hard on the late-cu- t veek vav-r We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS o; which corn Come CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED ALSO roMcc. muh npned m"irt-vinjj. Farmers are paying: from $25 to $30 per thousand pounds for stripping: There is same of the finest tobacco ever grown in Bourbon County now in the barns and is being stripped for the early market. It is now thought that-thgreater part of this crop will measure up to the 1918 crop in color and quality. difference between a restaurant and a cafe is about $1.85 per meal and the up. The What shall it proCt ys if we save all the! snail nations and while doing so lose the big ones. 1 ead Irregular bowel movements chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills the system with' impurities. HEEBINE is a great bowel regalator. It purifies the system, vitalizes the blood and puts the digestive organs - THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night DYEINUAND ALTERING DONE I HAVE AN EXPERIENCED MAN. X)LD HOTEL BUII DING. NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. Residence Phone 13 B Business W. E- - HARRIS. xfe Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN WE INSURE r"V 9R. J. N.yMURRELL DENTISTI Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg up Stairs. 4 IXJB AGCO I Better Q IN FARM BARNS. See Us Before It Happens. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized V and Painted. Also EUwood and American Fence. ROOFING St ?el Columbia, - Kentucky Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO Incorporated G. R. REED, Columbia, rj- L. H. Office Jones 1 t -- - - Keutucky. 0 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist 116 Caat rtatket Street Between Pirst and Brock l dren's Hour like a feast. 'For the tiny toddlers the. is a varied menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit nd milk, sometimes Graham Crack ers, Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis- nnt. This is changed on special ccasions tq.uia xiine sugar Cook- ewtons and, rarest of 111, Uiweare days when we had pe cream and Nabisco, and those .' yere our party days. r r Is just a U3 hannilv. s all, and made us sure" they p coming evry day rfor ootn Know we must feed uuren, as we must is. if ur wnnljl vigorous condition Paull Drug'Co In fine Sold by Special attention given Dlsessesof a Domestic Animals Louisville, Ky. l Adv fp was there to make a sketch of her. Luncheon was just over, and she was talking to a little knot of women. The urst words I heard, a I slid quietly into a nearby seat, weri -- National Biscuit," recalling pleas nnOy my own tasty Uneeda Xunch ou. I liked her, and luriamy as snespoice again, my pen ' "How many make a million?" asked the scbeol, teacher, and the pupil replied," "Not many." The lad was right. Chinese and Japanese exclusion law is working on all cylinders because every time we walk a block we meet three or four of each kind. Euclid discovered that any two sides of .a triangle, together, are greater than the third. He must have beehhinklng of France, England and America at the peace conference. , at Residence, mile of town, od Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. SexMx$ $ W. T. PRICE !$$n$'$x Columbia, Ky. We know the anu eas?325Sfc; ' 'Zdaylicht q. AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAlRjand ADJOINING COUNTIES Q SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA,. KENTUCKY. Ik. neaj MB U it after their gays like ady to ip in ent. end jmL WOLFORD, ' -MalBaaWWaaWaiWBiaBiaWaMaiMaaaaaBaaalaaiamaBaaiWBMWalala I. i t Wr &'.'& i " y - i dining room as close as your own kitchen the matchless facilities of the best and most wholesome bakeries in the world. Uneeda Biscuit If come to you as fresh and immaculate as 3, Selr. when they were taken from the oven. r hour Of pi NATIONAL BISCUIT it seem -- Bringing to the door of your CASEY CREEK, KY. X tmf I . i4s ,. t r. .s.r f' r . " 3 ", i -- vai s 4HH it see, evea umH mock Jttfc7i w.ut,iw "are inr s. COMPANY ..tomtit tractable after ttoey're luM jreura when to. eat National Btoeait ap we i'uietW .kr-f.-Kk- 'Tfey are most lovable' always begia ode ua juiscsit Products can be. Duriag be y babies were grwins ine as onlv NstfonaT ways dainty, al r, but always ,vy enough QJJ PM UfHtn the trfa'.njent of Eczema, Trtifi Ringw"ono,Itch.etc Don't brxboic rlijcouragcd brcaose other trcufments failed Hun't'iU.. ha lelievd hundred of' Mich case. You can'r low mm mat wlihoui uuL'stiomf ttvrtei? Hunt'. a.cn clfCtaJB & it t-BVi - ;.!.. i k 'M krtj. Kny Sack Cnmrmtm. rWcTODAY. -- I avaam 'aaaaTBK laMVLiTl kyafaaV aaaiaaBBBaBBaBBV s Bourbon oultry Remedy 3f f .a Or A.T3 mW )KJ LOY te i.--,- . ., - ., $K)K Columbia Barber Shop fcgS LOWE AlSinitary Shop, where both Satisfactiqnand( Gratification are Guaranteed. .poultry tonic known with a, ws boKic ct prcvi-.- ts Gallons You can make of the best 12 ABaaT wirea ac J BBBaa. a Lents' ' e P 5K 5K t X rm7ii. xy.. Try other dlteat-- ucnjc-.cir-ier- a. o. Capes, fin- ron? or.a ccrUccilve poclt-- y Give us t "JJ a Trial and be Convinced. i AtdruC!t't,orby CWI- - &rjt aiiMd Hwir with He iy ftc Uk Cbil-et- n, . t anfmmy,tKjGimtM, ' SW by the Jefne Hardware Zrr - fr .'' - -- - ., Qu TniKi-- r. 3c3( Stece " ' ; - h V " ( - J. - X cs: S!;a. practice then, starred. I Hon,MR Yarberry, with a' of Louisville friends, arrived Sunday have been here eighteen years and Mrs. Catcie Willis, Campbellsvllie, night with a view of hunting several from that day I have had all the visited at the home of Mrs. Caroline practice I could possibly do.' days. Jeffries and also relatives living our Deritbu of town last week. 5ECRET . to Edmonton, . . TELLi Mr. W. P. Nunnally was here a tew Mr G. --RSReed and wife went to dajs since. HIS PRESENT rtl Sunday. . "Mrs' ;Reed left. Mr. Charles Mann, Creelsboro, was Louisville with the intention of having her SOUND' HEALTH. , in Columbia recently. tonsils removed. MrJ. A. Diddle, Adairville, was in MnJ.O. Russell wasjn Louisville! c this place last Tuesday night, last week. .Cheaney. 84, Thanks Trutona for Mr. J. A. Van Winkle, was nere last Dr. F. H. Winfrey returned home Splendid Physical Condition week, hunting birds. Sunday night. Mr. L. D. Sharp, . Liberty, was in Despite Age. Otho Miller has accepted a position Columbia a few days ago. in the office of- the Columbus Mining A ifsis. W. K. Hedges and A C. Company, Hazard. Ky., the salary Henderson, Ky., Nov. 25. A strikLexington, were here a few being inviting. He left last week to ing picture of health though nearly Thomas, days since. mark, L. enter upon the discharge of his duties five years past the M. Cheaney, 84 years old, residing on Mr. W. C. Cleland, Lebanon, called Dr. L. F. Page and wife, Indianato see our paint men last week. rural route No. 1, Rcba'rd, near here, polis, have returned to their home. is among the thousands of Kentuckians Mr. Ben Cole, Bakerton, was in this Mrs. Presley Clark, of Macon, Ga., who are gratefully praising Trutona, city recently, , Mrs C. who visited her the perfect tonic Mr. Alvin Lewis was in Louisville M. Russell, left last Saturday for "For the past forty yars 1 have Bowling Green where she will spend a last week. suffered from a catarrhal affection of Campbellsville, week before going to her home. Mr. T. W. Taylor, the stomach," Mr. Cheaney said. "I representing an industrial insurance Mrs. N. B. Miller, of Buffalo, New was continually bothered with concompany, was here last Wednesday, York, who spent six weeks here with stipation. Pains in my neck and back collecting from his policy holders. her aunt, Mrs. Zora Winfrey, left for would often become so severe at night Mr. Uriah Collins and wife, of Texas, her home few days ago, via Kansas that I'd have to get up and apply hot are spending a week or ten days with City, where her son, Nat, resides. cloths to relieve them. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Stevenson, Mr. Mr. J. R. Garnett has .been confined "I cannot say too much for Trutona Collins being a brother of Mrs Steven- to his bed for several days, a victim of because of the relief I've gained from son. appendicitis. The doctors think that those pains. Myjiow-el- s an operation will not be necessary. Mr. D. G. Dunbar, and wife, oj have never been in better condiWinchester, registered at the Jeffries Mr. E. L Reese, of Jamestown, was tion than at present, either. I sleep Hotel la6t Wednesday. Mr. Dunbar here Monday. better at night, too, than I have for some time. Trutona has helped me a in the oil business. Mr. J. F. Shaw, who travels out of Mr. B. U. Moss, of Greensburg, who Nashville, spent Sunday in Columbia. In more ways than one and I believe is an oil speculator, was here a few No traveling man, who comes to this it will relieve anyone suffering as I did." days ago. He is a native of Pennsyl- place, commands more friends. Trutona is now being introduced vania. Mr. W S. Feese and wife, who have "Miss Hattie Williams has accepted been living in Somerset, are now in and explained in Columbia at the Paull Drug Co., and in Cane Valley principalship of a school in Columbia. the at Chas. F. Paxton'sdrug store " Georgia and left for that State Adv. Thursday morning. The salary is 890 How Two Local Men Succeeded. per month. Night Auto Riding, Dr. J. Bolin, wife and child, Glen-villThere is but one way .for a ypung were here shopping a few days man who has chosen a profession to We have been asked to write an ago. succeed, and that is .sticktOitiveness. article on the above subject, but we Mr. George Parrish and wife have It is not expected that a young man are not in a position to give the theme returned from a visit to Cumberland will go to the front at the start, but justice, as we are somewhat like tfcje if he will show his ability to" handle farmer, we go to bed with the sun. county. g We have heard the af ter Mrs. Fetna Eubank is spending a business, and do it correctly, he will making a reputation If a late hour in the night condemned long in fgw weeks with relatives in Russell not be he is a doctor and is not attending from the pulpitr-t- he danger that arisea county. a call, let him be in his office, reading from it, and parents severely scored Maj. J. S. Brummette, of Harrods-burg- , his books, medical reports, etc., and for allowing their daughters to be oilp spent a day or two of last week if he is a lawyer and is not talking to upon upon the highways in company, in Columbia. a cliant.S he should be studiously en with young men at a very late hour Mr. Ralph Gifford and J as. Demes-ni- t, gaged in reading the reports of the We have confidence in the ypung peoof Louisville, were here a few days higher Courts. In other words keep ple of Columbia, and are satisfied they ago informed, and give hotel lobbies a Intend no wrong, but actions bring Mr. G. A. Roy, Nicholasville, was at wide berth. Industry brings success about talk, and often a youn" girl's the Jeffries Hotel last Thursday. it matters not the profession. We character is forever ruined because Messrs. John L. Coleman, Gordon have in mind as we write, two proper discretion was not used. The success. Some jears ago a slimy tongue is ever ready to make a Young, John P. Yonng, ffre insurance 9i agents, Louisville, were here last young man, born and reared in an ad- mountain out of a mole hill, therefore, joining town, went to Louisville to it is imperative for every girl to guard week. Mr. J. W. Saitsman, New Haven, practice law. When he reached the her movements. Columbia is gradualwas here, selling fertilizers Thursday. city hef was advised to form a partner- ly growing, and in a sense is taking ship witli a gentleman much older on city ways, but girls who are being Mrs. Tola Walker and her daughter, himself, and who wanted a brought up in Christian homes, should Miss Alice,; Mrs. Kinnie Murreil and than partner. "No," said he, "I am going stear clear of such ways. The best of her daughter, Miss Katherine, spent to open an office and practice alone. " girl's, the ones that command the Friday and Saturday in Louisville. He did so, and in less than a year he greatest respect, are the ones who Mr. and; Mrs. H. M. Holladay left. was doing a good practice, and is keep no secrets from their mother. Saturday for theirgheme, Burlington, prouinent at the bar in the city of Therefore, we suggest that if there are Ky, He stuck to his girls in Columbia who have been in Louisville Mr. E. J. Downey and Mr. L. E business. tdulging in audq-ride- s after night, for Gordon,. Louisville, had lousiness in case: A physician who get it, and not again do so As slimy Another Columbia last Thursday. lived ha Columbia, and who was doing tongues are in waiting. Mr. Andrew Crawford, of eiasgow, a large practice, but he received but was here a few days since. little money for his skill, and bis JORH WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. was here last family was growing, He had saved Mr. Wm. Hobson, Liberal 'aseertmMt Thursday, enroute to Jamestown. He enough money out of eight or ten ad full value pM and his family recently beeame resi- years practice hereto to live in JLouis- vflle a year without practice, andSher- Hides and dents of Louisville. Miss Martha Grisson left Friday went to that city, rented an office and Coat Skin morning forElida, New Mexico, where a residence and settled for business. SURGKON3 agre? chat in. cases o. she w,ll enter school. Enroute she He told the writer that he went to his Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, will spend several days in LittleRocc, office and remained from 9 am. to 3 the FIRST TREATMENT fs most p. m. every day 'for ,a. year, occupying Ark., important. When ah EFFICIENT Finally, one day a each Mr. Howard Spears, who has been antiseptic is applied promptly,: there gentleman called. who was a prominent employed in Illinois since last March and the is no danger of infection wholesale merchant, and who had a returned home last week. wound begins to heal at once. For very sick daughter. In entering my on maq or beast, BOROZpNE is Dr. A. M. Bowe and wife, of Bow-liD- g office he said: "I pass here twice use ANTISEPTIC and Green, visited relatives here last each day in a week and 1 always ob- the IDEAL HEALING AGENT. Bi?y it now week. The doctor returned IastFri. serve you, reading your books- - I have andbe ready 'for an emergency.- Sold day, but Mrs. Rowe. will remain until a daughter who has been very sick by Pa'uli I)rug; . Adv for three weeks, the farni'y doctors fchs latter part of this week. bringing no relief. Thoy are now a& Cars far hire Miss Julia Eubank is in Louisville, my home and I want you to meet Siajfcy Epftrstii. ' having her eyes treated. "I did so, them in consultation," Mrs. S. F. Eubank is afflicted with and after examining the patient, I did Mr. Bee Whitis, representing J. E. family physicians, Canah'an, Canton, Ohio, an oil magr defective eyes. Her doctor has order- not agree with-thed her to stay in a dark room. and so told;, the girl's father." He Lnsite, will .start a wli at urlsboro doctors: "Gentlemen, I this week ..The machinery Hrs. W. H. Wilson, of Campbells- said to the you'to withdraw from the hut wek and in a fw days tb drill ville, spent several days of last week politely ask patiedb was turned over vtj .will be ijioiog down;. Oil was' found W owe." The with relatives in Columbia. Her changed the treatment, and Mr. W.' fi. WilsoK came over thfe territory abottf Jkhr wfetai afti My . Mr.;-Ward- PERSONALS Sunday.and accompanied her home party-- , the jafdy in two weeks.she was , walking .,...-. - about Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobac-'-4 - waa.here-Sundayf:-enrout- e . . " -- ...... 0? co Warehouse Co., s .&", yW"'' ANNOUNCE OPENING SALE i. . w .! - . ON FRIDAY DEC 5th ..Vfc SS. four-scor- e j ' : : 4 Will Begin Receiving Tobacco sister-in-law- WEDNESDVY NOV 26th WILL SELL DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.. i nerve-wrekin- g By haying! five sales each ".Week we can give the- - farmers . much better .facilities than ever before.. We will have a splendid buying force. "... Any information ii call or write 1 e, F. E. WILSONS , General Manager, QREENSBURQ, KY. r-- J J. N. MEADOWS. TRIBUTE BY A FRIEND. auto-ridin- r BUY NOW 9x12 Brussell Rugs, Regular to-da- rFURS day-readin- . - - - e la43 bus-ban- I M Russell county we're greatly . shocked, on the morning of Thursday, November 13, to learn of the death of J. N. Meadows, of Jamestown, Ky., who passed away at fifteen minutes after midnight on Wednesday night, after an illness of only two days. On Tuesday morning Mr. Meadows was to have made a horseback trip to Clinton county, but a few minutes before he was to have started, while talking to some friends at the courthouse", be was suddenly seized with severe pains in his chest. Dr. Flanagan was hastily summoned from the upper .'part of the county, where he ,was making professional calls, and diagnosed tne case as congestion of the lungs. Mr.' county. He was a member of had gathered to pay the last Meadotvs was better Wednesday the Democratic State Committee measure of respect to their de morning, but took a turn for the until resigning, last summer, to parted friend. Aiter the serworse late Wednesday afternoon, accept appointment as Supervise vices the remains were to Bethlehem Church, of wbich when he fell into a stupor from or of the Census. Mr. Meadow 's disposition was Mr. Meadows was a member which he never roused.- sunny and genial and his person, another large crowd Mr. Meadows at. the time of ality peculiarly- attractive. It and, after services-there- , hi& death, was Cashier of the was seldom that a gloomy friend to the burial ground! Bank at Jamestown, Supervisor came to him and did not go away Mr.Meadbws is survived by of the Census for the Eleventh Kentucky, District, President of with a lighter heart and' a Itss his wife and four young childrer,. magnified view of his particular his aged father; and three sit,the McMead Oil Company, and a prominent member of the local worry after listening to Mr. ters. He was born January 2& cheerful, philosphy 1870. He was a member of ine bar, and was probably the,, most Meadows' important cog. in ih& business and joining with him in a hearty llocal Odd JFellows and Masonic; machinery of Russell county and laugh. He had probably more lodges, and the funerarand bar-personal friends than any services were under their dimore completely bound up in the warm business life of its people) than other man who ever lived in this rection. any other citizen,. His death county, and his passing will bring .a sense of personal loss to There axe said to be aacrer Serleaves, a gap in th raakg.of ouil bians in Pittsburg and ita iza men of affairs which will.be bard evry resident of Russell county, mediate vicinity tbae, thrtr re; to fill. Mr, Meadows wm prom- "The funeral was held in the in Belgrade, tEe eapiksj. mi inent in politics and a Democrat Mctfeo4nt Church at JaawsUwa tropoli of Serbia.- of the old scbjodJ. His populari- Friday, at ten o'eteek a. m., iFor etry cubic foet efeet-t- d with Broe. UpcftrtfafGua mt ty is attested a? Jus ei ats d tke buid-m- g bet? office oi' County Beek offidetinir, aboTeU twice to the w psekH wJnjeopto who tfcen art etffct eibfc ! Attoryin a ttrdng Republican The people-o- f Price $2750. Special This Week Only $23.75 See our Bedsteads, Springs,, etc, GOFF BROS. STORE, Columbia, Kentucky. eon-ygye- sras-waiting- - r . mi - s kag , tat 't3p K L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .(l 5 BAPTISTS PLAN ESOfiSTRUOTSOH PROGRAM BODY CHAEGED WITH DUTY OF OUTLINING- - HOW 75 MILLION CAMPAIGN CAN PROMOTE THAT TASK REACHES FIELD DR. LOVE OUTLINES THE NEED AND ISSUES CALX, m "p unmaw c Ha Kaf i Ixbbbb mniBBBBBBBB ON'UHHHHHHb - HsBBBBBBBlflP 9PVBbs t ft 4 OF FARMERS TOBACCO To make a genera' survey of the economic, social and religious conditions i Europe with a iew to to the Baptists of the South v.hert nd how thej can aid most ef-- f ctheiy in the reconstruction of that -- i I recom-mend.n- g continent through the Baptist 75 Mil- lion i ampaign, a commission, composed of Dr. J. F. Love, secretary of the Foreign Mission Board at Richmond Va.; Dr. Z. T Cody, editor Baptist Courier, Greenville, S C, and Rev. Everett Gill, missionary at Rome, Italy, who is returning after a leave of absence in this country, and who will serve as guide and interpreter to the other members, is now in England for a conference with the Baptists of Great Britain and will go from there for an inspection of France and Belgium. Another brief conference will be held with the Baptists of Switzerland, after which a trip will be made through Italy an? a survey of the new repuba conducted. From lic of Prague, capitafof Bohemia, the commission will go into shch parts of Russia as are open, and the foreign trip will be concluded with an inspection of Palestine, where the missionary work formerly done in Syria, Persia and Galilee by the Illinois Baptist Association has been turned over to the Foreign Mission Board. There "are approximately 4,250 Baptist churches in Europe today, with Czecho-Slovaki- 3,000 0 pastors and missionaries and church members, it is announced by the headquarters of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign, and a considerable Bum from this campaign will go toward Euccoring needy families of Baptists regions as lad otheri in the war-tor- n well as in the propagation of the gos-pand the establishment of Christian institutions there, it is announced. -- v Before sailing on the Adriatic on his 566,-80- 6l European mission, Dr. Loe made the following statement outlining the pur pose of the commission: "When the call came to help save, promote and secure democracy in Eu rope there came a louder call to help save, promote and secure evangelical Christianity in Eurcp-- . That which alone will now preserve and perfect the democracy for which brave men have died on the battlefield of Europe is the Christianity of the New Testament Southern Baptists can not longer profess New Testament Christianity and decline a challenge like that which is now presented to them to bear witness to their faith among the peoples of Europe. Our people never before faced such a challenge and such a responsibility. "Of 'course we can not go to the men and women of Europe who have been stripped of earthly fortune and reduced to direst necessity with a message of Christian love and brotherhood if we decline in our abundance to carry some substantial pledge of our love and compassion. Mothers will not be able to stay the crying of their little ones to hear us preach if we decline to practice the gospel of compassion and feed these little ones and build fires at which they can during the coming winter warm their frosted toes. Southern Baptists are under the most solemn obligation to help relieve the want and suffering of Europe. But if there were no reconstruction work in Europe, Southern Baptists have nifr-- ' tives numerous enough and strong enough to compel them to make a complete success of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign. I would therefore, as mj parting word to my brothers and sisters of the South, implore them to give themselves to this campaign and carry it to a' triumphant conclusion during Victory Week, Noysraber 1" WAREHOUSE CO. AT & CAflPBELLSVlLLE, KY. Don't Lose Money by Selling Too Soon Don't Try to Make Your Own Market Let Several Buyers See Your Tobacco. & K & in &5 r Don't Guess Your Tobacco Away To Anyone Bring your Tobacco to us on the Stick, well graded, in Good Order and disylayed on our well lighted floor where several experi 3nced buyers may it thereby guaranteeing you the highest market price. ex-ami- ne '"V &S$k r is-4ra- -,- esa - .- - fr The Vapor I reatment FOR J& 'I; f6f Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia .' "1,1 mi.. HUiaillvcinWie Will UtO- may nA ...; ly fail to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedj . Vapo-tnentis a certain preventive and specific for colds, croup, influenza ' rrippf , pneumonia and other respiratory ailments. r f. ". yv - Mothers who know the anguish of waiting helplessly through Urllr. We will "have" Oagt.iJf R Hutchirigs, one" of the best Auctioneers in the coura--- - "" ?' '3 ' Ji mt na try, to manage the floors. "'At " . i mt'" .";. t .. ' "OMEN UlAlSft SALV WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It is applied externally to the chest, throat and nostrils and is quickly absorbed through the pores of the skin. Its healing vapors rise and are. inhaled directly to the infected membranes. A n remedy, it' is doubly certain to produce satisfactory results. It has this characteristic that distinguishes it from other salves, it will not stain the clothes. Buy a bottle of Vapomentha TODAY. It is an invaluable protection for an insignificant price. , 30c, 60c, and $1.20 Bottles at All Drug and General Stores. If your dealer cannot supply you order from -. BRAME DRUG CO., N. Wilketboro, N. C. double-actio- BRAKE'S WE-.OEFER Y.0,13:-.!rHB.ejBST ' ,ft T , ; . ' t . ,'.. . ri matr' u- ? ' wi v " ,.-- 5T . " T '' . fib ' . f--" VLARG-- FLOOR SPl'OE PLENTY OF LIG-HFIVE- OF THE BIG- BUYERS FAIR TREATMENT. E - - WE WILL RECEIVE T03ACC0 F0R3IQ OPENING SALES I lr LJ5HtolctCS!JEKl Jg m SVJLl. rJJW- HIiBBBl On And After December 4th, 1919 I ft . Trim the culls out of yeur pig Regulate the bowels when they fail crop and thus improve your herd to move properly. HERBINE is an and the breed, aB sending out admirable bowel regulator. It helps tops to your customers is a good theliver and' stomach and restores a1 advertisement for the growth of j fine feeling of strength and'buoyancy'l your business. FARMERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO r . lr m m 4 mr " &ld by Paull DrugfCo ' Adv. t&? , i tetsis eu? nm ; 3mi79 , , ifi, V1 ;'.' V fjn. jr sj a?. & t&' & w . are scarce.- The Louisville dailies "asioumjili! Nevis their country readers in every There are quite a number of issue, telling of the iniquity that farmer?, who sold their .burley on tne city, muraer, tobacco In this neighborhood, ftt Colam6ia, Keivtacky- - . is going rape, thievery and all other kinds which brought satisf actoay price, of lawlessness are reported daily. to Mr. Irvin Keltner. Editor. J.E.MURRELL, Mns? Ermine Hutchison isiio What Louisville needs is a police - Mgr. yi FtS. OAISY HAMLETT, force that will do its duty. bettert this writing. Mr." Clay Suddarth, who has DenocxaUc nnrivaper devoted to the Interest John B. Etley, who murdered rheumatism, is still confined to the City of Columbia and the pod1 of Adair his wife in Louisville, thirteen his room. countiei. ' ad years ago, and who wastried Miss Verna Todd, who is teach- dead. At ing as second twice for the crime, is Entered at the Columba' our school, is progressing the first trial he was given a nicely. "The children love her iass mail matter. life sentence, but the Court of and are learning fast. It is mo Appeals reversed the decision.on trouble for'children to advance WED. NOV. 26, 1919. t a t e c h n i c a 1 ty and &t in their books when they have a the second trial he was acquitted. kind and pleasant teacher, which Subscription Priced 1st fandnd Postal Zone While in a Louisville Hospital, Miss Verna is, one that has winLSOperyer. All Zones beyond 2ndL$2.00 peryear Ke confessed to the A Subscription due and Payable in Advance' last week, ning ways and a word and a murdering of, his wife, and in a pleasant smile for all, Hope she few hours after the confession will like our district and teach ,, All returns from the late elec-tio- n he died. He was buriedyin Cave our school ior many years. are in and Mr. Morrow's Hill, but there were no mournMr. Piercy and family have majority is 40,176. ers, his own son refusing to at- moved into this neighborhood, It is now Col. G. E Reed, of tend. While the case was being on Mr. John McFarland's farm. this place, and Col. E. L. Faulk- tried we watched it closely, and We welcome this family in our ner, of Campbellsville, Gov. at no time had a doubt as to his neighborhood and hope they will Black having commissioned them guilt. ike their new home. last week. As the war is over Mr. John W. Cundiff was in The laws of the United States and another one not likely to be require persons whose income Campbellsville last Friday and declared, these gentlemen will one thousand dollars to Saturday. not be called to command regi- exceeds make report ta the Collector of Miss Anna Cundiff was shopments. But at the next vote year ping in Cane Valley last Tuesday. getting time they will be active. Customs. The list for the Mrs. Loyd Watson was visit1918, posted in the Columbia Ab a matter of course they apPostoffice, shows that there were ing her daughter, Mrs. Luther preciate the honor conferred by twenty persons, who get their Chapman, at Garlin, last Saturthe Governor. mail at that office, who were in day and Sunday. v' Eather than to accept reservathat class. Evidently there are Mr. Nick , Hoods little boy. tions to the peace treaty offered many other names of men who Eaymond, who has had typhoid by Mr. Lodge and his gang, the get their mail at the Columbia fever for the past five or six President directed the supporters postoffice that ought to be on the weeks, is getting along well. of the League to kill it for tHe list along with, the twenty. Dr. Flowers, was his attending id resent. The Senate, after com- These names that are now post- physician. j ) l plying td the President's request, ed are up on the authority of the adjourned until the first of De- government. They were posted NOTES ON ADAIR w cember. It may be and it looks for apurposef arid we wmd-ifdt'- : very much like it at this time, be surprised to see a man here, and when he thar;Pre5dent Wilstra will even investigating, by John avroe Steele tually pigeon hole the document. makes his report, another offi In that event the Democratic cial may.come along, collecting No. 42. candidate for the Presidency will back taxes. It is best to toe the ' go before the people of the Uni- mark at the start COL. DANIEL TRABUE. ' ted States, making the adoption In a chronicle, "which Col. Tra- of the League of Nations the Russell Creek. bue wrote, and which is now in -- fc 48air toanty THE ATJAiK COUNTS" .NEWS . Cif "7 - Vt'lf 'k t jra"s'wjaai csr 1 ocaeescscM ? . B5Gitomzieiu. i Ti. Mr m , -- . -- isr sfU .- Ws& QKMBBMaaaod i - -- . MT ill I 111 i Post-offi- ce rhf 1 -- The Ford Factory has not yet reached normal production It will take some time, after being entirely given over to war work. We are getting a few cars right along, and suggest tha you leave your order with us as soon as possible and we will deliver as soon as possible. Runabout $500; Touring Car $525; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775; One Ton Truck Chassis, $590. These prices f. o. b., Detroit. Don't forget the service we give in our shops, genuine Ford Parts, Ford skill and Ford prices. The parties listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing 111 ' III but., Genuine Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. as regular service stations: Therefore,'they have beenappoint-e- d A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E. NOE, ColumbiaKy. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. THE BUCHANANLYON CO., Incorporated CO LUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY, W, '"smatM. c !J3m9r BQ&KtHHHBIHBMEBSHiHilBHB I.Hllf II III HI llll III II Mil Mil IIP TWO COATS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. -- -- -- - 0 county: LADIES SAVE ENOUGH ON YOUR COAT TO A BUY ONE FOR YOUR LITTLE GIRL. You can save 4 to 3 on Ladies and Children ,0oats, Skirts,. Sweaters, Hosiery, Underwear, '7 Wool, Silk, and Velvet Dress Goods, by Coming-Herto Buy. 1-1-- . e tne custody ot tne Wisconsin m Corn gathering is the order of Historical Society, he gave an The coal situation in Louisville and account of a transaction in the the day in this locality has become distressing. We ai;e Offering a Nice of Dry history of Kentucky, of which A V ffKN few Kentuckians have heard, Goods, Notions, Shoes, and Clothing. and whrch has nev?r found its Line Ladies Overshoes. Also Have a way into tne Jiisiories 01 tne times, probably, out of patriotic Low Line" of Floor Covering, A regard for one of our state and national heroes. The circumPrices. stance to' which reference is Yery made, was the arraignment and trial of Daniel Boone, by a court ' martial, upon a charge of high treason. The charges were preferred by Col. Richard Calloway ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1919, and probably General Benjamin '''- Logan, and grew out of the folAT 9:80. s unarmed to negotiate lowing facts. Boone, and a the people. While these nego- riously opposed by Col, Calloway, v Calloway his December 2, 1919, my resi7 number of other men, had gone tiations were being carried on, who was then in command of the the peace. the walls of placedfort, the from Boonesborougb, in the win- certain of the men, whom Boone fort, but, Boone succeeded in men upon of dence 5 miles "Ky., on ter of to the Blue had persuaded to surrender at getting a party of men to go with directions, that, if they ob escaped from with him to meet and attack the served any treachery upon the on Licking river, to offer lacks, salt, the while so engaged, the Blue Licks, and Jjondon pike, make and Detroit, and, making their way Indians. In place of the foray part of the Indians, to fire upon Boone waa captured by Indians, to Boonesborough, gave in being attended with success, the them. The peace was readily follow- - near the Blue Licks, and strange back ifor isale to bidder very negotiated, and then, the In- formation of the contemplated party soon found itself in a to say, he came with the Indians foray into the country, and of l dangerous predicament, and, dians proposed to seal the agree'' ot to where the other men were at Bobnes' promises to the public with great difficulty, succeeded ment, by an Indian shaking work, and persuaded them to enemies. Shortly, a force of in escaping the Indians, and hands with each of the whites ;3l0()PAcres. more or "well impfoved surrender to the Indians. THe several hundred Ipdians,.acoom? reaching the fort. They were in tha party. This was agreed eJ' f Indians, then carried Boone and panied by Boone,- came through only a hand full compared with to and when the handshaking dri;d, vknown;:asnilie R. farm. the others to Detroit, where they Ohio, and was on its "way to at tjie force of the Indians. When had transpired, the Indians then were detained for some time. tack Boonesborough. About the Indians came before the said, to make it of more binding is Boone, as he afterward claimed, this time, Boone appeared at fort, they sought to get a party force, that two Indians would to deceive and make fair weath Boonesborough, and .represented toTcome out a considerable dis- clasp hands with each white - srlocated. er,- with the British and Indians, that he had escaped from the tance from the fort, to negotiate man, at the same time, one InJ""? promised them, that if- - they enemy, whom he said was then a treaty of peace. Boone advis- dian to each of the white man's Horses. Cattle, flogs, Feed arid Farm products; would sen i a force to attack only a iew days- travel away, ed, that they should do so, hut hands. Calloway, discovering, Farming Impterrwutt, .Household v, and Kitchen Boeaeeboroogh, and the other and insisted, that a considerable Col. Calloway would not consent that the Indians intended to forta ra Ktotucky, tbathe would prtof the fitarrison. would, go to it,. Finally it was arranged, seize and carry them away, or known on day. of sale. urniture. w n4T that a perty of the Indian else to treacherously' murder : ptrttutde the garrwotM to with him aad fall upa the ?.y 4? and' defeat them before ehiefa would come seer the, fort them, when they were each help-aad aaaitt them ia the W aad wkhimrifU abet, where they lets ia the handi of two Iodiaai, eatrprk with hw kaowfedigt f. theyceaW arrive, atf. To Be Ceatfatowl. tltfi Box 363. .K. project waa wtoid heart by Cei. CaHewiy the eotmtry mad influence auttag broyh. Thii H 1 3TPAIgHT-tl- m 2, pwill Assortment LORETTA LAST Mce Mce etc., at Extremely Respectfully, GOFF BROS. STORE. and-other- A.M. Tuesday, -- Bast at Somerset; 1778-177- 9, the Somerset thehiffhest 'the -- " ing property: less, Jesse - Woods , wrr64he:gnjack 'Gmpegjissgtyi - S - - Term3nde -i . In-dia- aB w, I. :i W -- a-- tur-read-ee vAM5 Somrt:. -- . r V -- THE. - AT3A1R COUNTYnh " SjVf-f- - NEWS. mfc&Tr ". "S ". vJPfc. " -- - .. .1 'Ma h. : i T'- - i, r.'' ' m ?.. 'If 4midpmi.; a-r- J country is just appearing to -- 4 many. We have had much rain! Some hay and force cotton dam- aged, but only slightly. $e4if e1 not yet ion haying; This will To-dife'stesday Jfc Gone. Uitupto Dectmbtr, unless a is Fleeting. killing f? oat. intervenes. I have '". $6vei Comes. v r never seen such a growing country. Pastures fine as you ever L;S.EStoJfP'Up with this 20th Century .you nfeed a clock that will1 kep saw, and will:raze till January th Correct Time. ;. ;" TfliyAouId you bother your neighbor every few minutes to ask- w.hat when tip of kitchen, you can own a nice clock. I have just- received a nice or longer, if snow fails to come. Sibe Our alfalfa meadows are beauti Alarm, and Mantle- Clocks. If you need one call and look m j line pyer.. , H ful apsLmany of tbem. knee, bigh now. . Thousands of acres yet to L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, . . cut and 30' per ton makes it Columbia, Kentucky. worth saving. ,Many land buyers are here and still they come. wag interestedi- I .put the. Many, fof our most Vest Point, Miss. desirable .oup, iCommis-sione- r. farms are. now in the possession proposition up-,t' He proposed && urnifih of Kentuckians and Tennessee-an- s, Nov. 8, 1919. z r the gravel andvcara r sta iSdi&cr The News. who are her;e to stay and ' Tteenty-tw- o 5ve. t,opay v fox spreads will not sell. years liave passed tion tza&x Tfie News made its initial ing. - He estimated 'the - spread- . Jp. cpclusion i : want to .ay &tw 6o the public and pledged a ing at $2,800 to $3,000, sand that you, are giving us a splendid 1 sttfe.f k, earnest effort, not a nly agreed to Jbuild if we put upjthe paper with theold time ring I to meetine iand every .person gone, from community, the cost of spreadinc? tagftfe to its r3E.sw3.of.it3 section, but to aid in was called in my village next yur .section ought 0 enjoy it. tcsdyancerrent of Columbia, day and we raised $3,600 to meet There are few suchnpublicatfons it. Thefact is, an assessment throughout Jskcbunty, and Southern the country. I no, as well. For twen y p property owners benefitted tice a better advertising patronsrears, you and I pulled to was made. We took our medi- age than in days gone T)y, and setrier, when events- separated cine without a grumble and the this speaks volumes. for your &l sndyou were left to use the road is to be built. I am with a business men and- means much ecci, aided in part by another. progressive bunch of fellows and to a deserving publication. No jFar twenty years, we kept the I'm happy as a lark. Why should paper can sun.eed without home ifaltSi, endured hardships and any man want others to foot ex support, and every paper like privations, and put it on the pense rightly his own? Why The News, justly merits the fullarap of local newspapers, to have not every man come up with his est measure of endorsement idba jtsiull share in the j part and do things worth doing? that part of Kentucky. It is not only our rich land, our Yours truly, 3Taose were years that tried men's healthy and delightful climate C?.S. Harris.' " that is putting this part of the 'fieacts, tested the nerves and (measured faith and endurance. country to the front, but it is tWithoat money, without experi-,eaa- e the progressive men from many and. without guaranteed States, who. are locating here ;pafeonage, it came forth to fight that will make this section bloom ,or .existence within the" line of as a rose. The truth - is, the is&enest convictions and 'up- kind of men coming here will right living. We had to oppose make any country develop into fsome public polices, suggest de its greatest possibilities. jsartoresand fight for methods I tender my sympathy, to my ''Strong Where the Strain Come" tfiob nsw .and fjoo progressive to Democratic friends, but, I am .Hxee&'inBorsement at that time not disappointed in the verdict 1. Hickory Axles " ' of the people of Kentucky. This $a .'accomplish results 2. White Oak Tongues 3. White Oak Hubs the effort made, but was a settled conviction in my 4. Heavily Ironed- June flies. Those years are for mind many months ago. I did 5. Oversize Throughout ever "gone. Sly labors, my ef- - not see any chance for Demo6. Easy to Pull Jiarfcsr.and ambitions ended along cratic victory in Kentuckyifcthis 7. Hard to Break life-li- ne., in your community as year, although ,1 believe you had made aaSiucipEnt in its weal and a splendid set of men and in my . A sturdy, stoutly built "wagon work, e of hard to last" a ' If you do not "know the Mogol ,J saroe Uret'my hopes still live and judgment one of the best men dealer near you, write us at once ny aith in The News has never for Governor cur party ever of WIDE TRACK WAGONS, tract.1 Moesh aro made in the 's .wavered. It has done its full fered I do not know Mr.fl etandard , the old favorite Southernhay frames which fiU your wason bed, successful opponent. I jpOfeand .since you are Btill keepafld the track of Soothers conatry j The new tandard 5&jnch or roads. ; auto track can also be- furnished. man, ing rAiii.!ine of its avowed pur- hope he is a broad-mindMogul don't know pose, itisja caasolation to- me. but it seems to me that it was a q If youDear you, writethe us. dealer jS'cm&ot'affordfto take too much cold blooded political knife that IrCognl Waeoa Ctfi bcarewiffc Etttfon. S-afyorir space in reviewing the stabbed a worthy young man. in Statistics for the present cen. .oiasf; but your love for The his home county, for a position Itury show that one thousand and JSews, your devotion .to friends of honor and usefulness? of which he is most excellently fitted. fifty miners' scrikes have occurzas&yonr trueness to vyour Britain, as compa.r- land, better expressed, I'm glad I am out of such mix-u- red in Great for politically .the:days of a led. with about five hundred of all jiKtfisf, Home and Heaven man's life in Kentucky,., are- all other trades combined. Next to Twor'otyou one of the few y priners as strikers rank the eamzjulmty, to be most highly vexation and vanity of spirit. workers the woolen mill .Jiigiteeakfcsd. I often think 'of Here in Mississippi it 13 ready and" cotton spinners.. d&jxiaya gone andiny efforts 4o settled in the August primary, .operators Tienrt)urj)eoj)ie and see Adair ?fe have splendid Tfficls anckas The Ll'Uc Tree: . little dirtyj. partisan politics as degree of cDKufty reach that her resources entitled j any State in. the- - Unien.; The The lilac is perhaps, all things -&Tthe people could afford, and man ?bo- hoidstwo parties nec- considered, the moat splendid of yet it was all vanity and vexa- - essary for political punty does i flowering trees. Everybody is iifefs of sjjiriL You are now ad- - not see as I see. No carruptaetl f anjiijtfr witji itsr fragrance. The TOca'.fing-aTieschool building. of politicians can cleanse aarty". itree,, Jelongi; to- the oliye family fjlfseeno reason why not Dnreleaning is done by the and is closely alliM to the comJt takes a major- tmojBrivet but it bears, no fieahy;,feeJAtlt J.adv.ocated thafryears i isgio.-anf- l my preaching fell on ity of all voters to nominate. fruit and is valueless except foe Keep this proposi- - motethan two aspire for "office j4tuf.-ea.Tcne apienaor 01 its. Diossoms. . the people, and nev-- thettwo having the jnost. votes, ' each other the sec- - " 'ppr.guat'OBtii it is accomplished. t tlUeiistUseful Wsrds; f .Jjfapdtk .Distnct and build. JMo ondtie: It's Iguife1 afot of '"r?. :''$? .. . -v oppose 46 worthy ruwiing, but it guaramtees mar 1 xfti; netxr ,wprds.. declares a pmlola pority rule, .'which ia purely Demi Hine, Mrf in Mcntiai movement. ' ' oiit, do oattfoutth of the worK! MJLaiayMtmfntat 5 per cent oontic.-- . ttfmmXL .yield the totfn a .000 .Tfcia section is enjoying spien- - of our Writt and spokee English ' dii businewi. . Stock it MJilnar J lasuas, aad thirty--f odr orda" .food Tka mneott uaefuj A tew wttlcs ago, jl Iaichd vail. Hay is bringing & Pkiiprkt and cottea 40 ctati. pcnpoitioti her to build 2i wir4a AMiuM t..b:. Ad, MwjMpdb ,Tfc .wm a fyrtm&)m&& toViUyoB. 4, iMTt if MZt -- ;y - tf Mm ii'j. wkkk Uak in ifiT TIME FLIES V ay HBHQ4i4i44i "' iJ''.W TZT r' , J. ,r-'- WHERE . TO . BUY .. , To-rnoff- . ow - YOUR i - - it-i- s - - , ... -- . --- --- I Clothing, Hats, Caps Gloves, Shoes, etc. LADIES' DRESS t - o at-to- ur ,.-- UNDERWEAR ;V -- V v f U ' ' ' AND NOTIONS. A QOODS. Ken-sssek- y; AM - Woo T Cotton Blankets -- - Furniture, arpcts, Rugs, Davenports & Phone No. 12. better-rfflerxc-- of ,.- . 7 Reasons for Buying the Sturdy Albin Murray Columbia, Nxt Door to Kentucky The Adair County New Office. C-"5''0'-'&0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 . Moaullltigons t O G&S&5gSZ23Si 3SSS2EKK53S3Ei appar-atfrwur- th BIG SAVING RED LINE 4 vO i J JPW, j. "STRAIfiHT LIM life-tim- ZERBY LAST Gar-nett- 60-in- j ed - - J11 Mens and Boys Shoes, Overshoes, Storm Rubbers, and s. SlV.- - ' na--sti- re ps . s in-an- - COMPARE TiHS -- cex-jci- le -- Our .U0 Fine Shoes With Those Tou Have Been Paying 10 ; ,- irti T) tl2 for. ' I M'EN'S KEY) BOYS' - -- Suits and Overcoats Afe aSBti: .- - - it-shoul- d SlYlSf A Comparison will Convince Sou,: -- s. tii-.efor- Weye(a , a;derear as -- Hosiery I e : must-oppos- e , '. v-- Overcoats, andWQEk Stirts. at a taghtto -- . y . - - 1 -- it . -- . . , : : I -- one-bal- f. k fthi . ,t . GOFF ," -- GUARANTEE SAVING To You. hi r' ! I - fcSMIil mL. : 'S- -- .M m K - t . A M Vr' ft STORE JV ." ".v Atf'-i- r IS -- V ',.;? x$T r ;j - r 7?. If V . .j$c ADAIR'COUWTir NEWS." ... A-aSs- "MUUMVt bHINA OUND ?i-'- m m R'Ai avP . w lit - " ft t' i HE AMERICAN RED CROSS. Public Health Nursing. IHEWOEIDWrra pQklt . FROM FRIENDS" Senator McCumber Protests In Senate Against Shantung Amendment to Treaty AGAINST INTEREST OF CHINA Senators Asserts That Republican Opponents of the Peace Treaty in the Senate Are Trying To Kill It. ..; ilffi J rm - M mm Wasington, Aug. 2G. Senator McCumber, for twenty years Republican senator from' North Dakota, In a speech in the senate today, charged that the majority of the foreign relations committee Is trying to kill the TVbbhbbbbk r 9k dcts peace treaty and the League of NaMBhVwAbSsSbbb?9B?bVbbbbbT rr.i'v aiBBPPT3 S?t. bbM 'TiMS BBBBBBBBjBaBBBMBM .SaBBBBBBBBF tfrntjWIPgrfftgJillBBBBkK IShBBBBBI f TT, 'V"' BBBBBBBbI I K57KfBBBBBBaBBBBBBBKaBBBBBBB frOBBBBBBT &K9SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVIr EX tions. Senator McCumber spoke .after aBJTXA BBBBBBBll MBWyMBBBBWBBBBBBBBBrBBBBBBBB. his second breach with the opponents In the midst of Its multifarious war duties the American Red Cross did. of the treaty on the senate committee not neclect Its obligations to the civilian population at home. Throughout on foreign relations. In the present the conflict It maintained its Bureau of Public Health Nursing, Instruction In i breach Senator McCumber voted alonfl first aid, home nursing and sanitation, and disaster reiiei. rarucuiany m . with thp siinnnrtprs of thi trinf-- nmt thoir wnri- - fnv tiio hnhioc wnsv fTort hv nubile health nurses- Important. The against the majority of the committee " W. .V ,! vuva-waccompanying photograph shows a Red Cross public health nurse Instructing which voted to strike out "Japan" and a mother In the proper preparation of the baby's diet. Insert "Ghlna" In, the three sections awarding the Shantung peninsula. "Why did the majority of this committee pause in the midst of their -w hearings to make this particular . yyjt5fctx-x-x?j'cwww-gr,i amendment?" asked Senator Mcy AUTOMOBILE LINE Cumber. "The purpose Is apparent. It Is to signify to the country that the 8 senate Is hostile to this treaty. It Is Goktmbla and GampDeilsviile to put Japan in a position where she S can not without an appearance of beT ing coerced do what she has promised $1'50' Rmnd Trip' $27S A TT 8 Mail Car to do. It is to create trouble between Ford Car LJfU-- I $2.00 Round Trip. $30 this country and Japan and thereby 8 Special Attention to Traveling Men send the first dagger thrust Into the body of this treaty. 8 of Onjaccount of the License Fee of $50.00, ihe High Cost "I am satisfied that no greater blow could ever be struck against the real 8 Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Interests of China than by such an Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: 8 amendment. 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Sold by best dealers- everywhere- - Certain teedi Products Corpor&tidb -- ATSk'jr--,-",- OfCces ocVaretoute in Pnnct'pJ Cities of America teuiuM cturen. o f Pidn !3' VjjrrLJtf Roofing ifZGfi--ss- Hillz&: .ii .. , "IfrfS. SANDERS s k i. " ., &J :r - ? .i - this trcsity then theUnlt'eiPStateswIlI d proceed and nlone to drive Japan out of China will renew this world war and send our soldiers In,to the Orient to fight for her, ther by this act they are betraying China jvi2v-5vrxK- . with a false kiss. OUND "If, on the other hand, they declare , LM' I "mm A RrnTfcTrj A ht they will make war to drive Japan out M xlelw j&xjvjd, vr- n ap Li of China, to prevent Japan receiving l(fl only those rights which the other Recreation in Hospitals. groat nntions of the world have received,' then they are proclaiming a policy which thoy have assailed as be.' ' ' m nr TJ' rW25LS'3';SW. "' Irr "ISi ing the most wicked part of il League of Nations a policy of interference with tljf quarrels of the old world. "Worsen than thnt, while they violently condemn a joint agreement Ith the other groat while nations of rhe world to shield the creator wr.- 6 races from annihilation they wo 1 send our sons to death to defend !' Inferior yellow races whom we ela?:.i to be sb Inferior as to be unfit to associate with us. "Either we will bring both Japan and China into this league of nations, which by the verv Vrms of its provisions will compel Japan to return Ni China all the German rights aou'rl by Japan, not only by conquest but by the solemn agreement made by her witb. Cldna herself, or you will drive Japan out of this treaty wherein she will not be hound by the obligations wli'rti she would assume by Coining the league, and where she will be holdm-- ' the German territory and all the German interests by the right of conquest and .with the broken word. oC China, she can work her way to thp very limit of subjugntFoYi of all the Chinese Tlie American Red Cross conducts its recreational work In hospitals territory not now within the sphere of Influence of other powers. With this through trained men and women. Introducing a multitude of recreations suited League of Nations China obtains an to the handicaps of the men. The accompanying view of a hospital ward assurance: which is tantamount to a I shows in operation a moving picture projecting machine, developed by a Bed. guarantee by Jill the world that Cross recreational director, which throws the pictures on the wall so tnac only will Japan return to China what the men do not have to stir from their cots. Germany wrested from her In 1S98.. but henceforth and so long as this league shall last no other nation shall rob. China of One inch of her territory or exercise and control over her people Inconsistent with the claims of complete- Independence and sovereignty.'' Senator McCumber then, recited the history of the several treaties under which Japan took over the German rights in Shantung, pYomlsing to restore them to China. He then said- "By this amendment you declare that Japan can not be trusted to keep .acred her word. Given not only to China alone but also given to the United, States and every other portant. nation by reiterated declara tions. Lady, Who Tells How She Wis There is but one honorable, upright S.JS65 year Old Keitacky and proper course- to be pursued by all L After a Few Dotes of the great nations- - of the world, includ ing. China and .Japan, ItuChlna.tcep; " ... - - , : her treafyglve.- JapahVanoprjjrtrtun ,ner Ity to do what she has pieugm t, Mdor8vlll8, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia. doses .of national- honor to do ; ?ease this atSeventy yeara of successful tempt to Juggle this country ihtp war KigguiBotham', otthla town,. says:, "At with Japan; defeat this proposed Thedford's f. amendment which arrogates to our- my age, which Is 65, the liver does made standard, household remedy. Erwy right to annul a treaty beselves the and setsat ont act so well as when young. A t ew member,, of. every family, at tween China tima. naught a treats made during the stress -- ara ago, my stomach was all out of ( aatx need the help that our of battle between nnd Japan before we entered into this fix. I was. constipated, my liver give in cleansing the system world league and ns sure as the juin, shall rise 'tomorrow Japan will leep didn't act My digestion was bad, and Having the troubles that coae her plighted faith, China will receive It took o little to upset me. My constipation, indigestion, lazy- Mrm complete present Justice and assured wm gone, I wa? very weak... etc. Yon cannot keep wall unlaatf-yfuture protection. ' "On tfie other hand force this breach stomach, liver and, bowels are I&jmm I decided I would give trial as I know it working order. Keep tbem that relleyi her from her treaty by- flrs. wm kickly innimmnnlrd It acta, pi lor this Try brealclng; It yourselves and thereby troMt-;- r l Mt cently asd U. a natural way. Ii Um her In her impregnable position of-- right? OC conquest and China Is ctec ttor aftw My,tpilt feel althaea, taica a ooa naUoiw ' (loomed. The other Europ tmpMtii md Xlcmi Kairwg?, My Tou will teal freah taaaarrair? leanrifttheln JwrJtCRHf thwurrtfe . .. ill j by their own twtlea, andylou will nat' ' ': 2,- - ? Oaaaatf-art-.a2Sc,.;a' ?:-'raatenilr' war &i Jrhb t&.elp CWw.,. iaw rikeCtlXT&.Stf.l --mZ' m -- iK4' ! l' after she has broken Kr treaty. aTChfaM, Umm be trim "It single-handef-fX w jua jti mJAn mm fiASC -- THE WOKID WITH thl V.-- n Ml t li '( 'i "T -.- -- -- f J nt LIVER DIDN'T AGT V DIGESTION WAS BAD Black-Drangh- - -- 1fcf&.: " Black-Draugh- - 'r - .- Black-Draas- kt and-Japa- Black-Draug- ht ap-jti- t8 Slack-Draac- &t - thrh Black-Draugh- t. -- - kc da. '.. u '' i " . " ' a . a f - 1 it. v .i