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His every day life marked him aa a suitable gentleman for the . responsible position which was. tendered him. His associates, who speak in the highest terms of him, say that he will be a valuable acquisition to the Bank and also to the town of Columbia. n. -- V 5 NUMIE1 6. Interesting Masonic Meeting. A Trip Through the Bieegrass. REPORT OFTHECONDITION OF THE REPORT 01 THE CONDITION OP THE Basket Ball. It. G. M. Stevenson and wife in com Master Jas. Garnett, of Louisville, pany with A. B. Collins and wife, left whose membership is here, met with for the Bluegrass country on the 21st of November. They left at nine Doing Columbia Lodge No. 96 F. & A. bia, delivered an address upon the o'clock, by the way of Campbellsville, Last Saturday night Fast Grand BANK OF COLUMBIA FARMERS BANK Doing Business at Casey's Ma-sons-a- brick bungalow.' Mrs. Perry-ma- n is an accomplished lady. She Masons, and it will doubtlessly Bro. Garnett is familiar told a great deal of Dr. Perryman's be raised.. with all the details of the present pastorate work, and his campaigning home, from the time it was establish- Tennessee and Virginia in interest of ed, in 1866, to the present. The grow-in- prohibition, which-h- e was a great facincrease of inmates necessitates a tor: in winning prohibition in each more commodious building, and the State. George, as his people in his speaker told of these necessities in a native county called "him, was a .great most Interesting manner. The va- man. Next morning,, in company rious lodges of Kentucky must meet with Mrs. Perryman, drove over the the expense of such a building. beautiful city, and out to the city The address of Bro. Garnett appeal cemetery and visited Dr. Perryman's ed to all the Masons, present, and grave Left at 11 a no., for, Georgewhen the roll was called each one town, by the way oj Lexington, arSubscribed and swdrn to before me this 23th knowledge and belief. day of Nov. 1919. swered with a subscription, running' riving at Georgetown at 12:30. Then true to the best of our W. W. Jones. President. ' r At Thanksgiving services Kid. Z. T. cello, 13 My commission expires Jan." 21. 1922. " Jno. W. Flowers. Cashier in amounts from 820 to $250, the 'sum in company with Guy Stevenson dove G. L. Go WDY. Notary Public, salcf it was a Full set of Self Culture books that. Williams truthfully subscribed on Saturday nfght footing over to Frankfort. After viewing the Subscribed and sworn, to before me this 1st shame that the church was not crowd- have not been used for sale. Sea. day of Dec. 1919. I up 81455. The subscriptions are to be old capltol building and its grounds, ' Mrs. W. T Price. " Commission-Expires-, Men. &J9S0. ed" with people. The fact is, that Six O'clock Dinned Job S. Kniflet. N. P. A. C paid in five installments. The 81455 Mr Ojie Taylor accompanied us to the .there is dirth in church attendance in For Sale. given on Saturday night wiil be large- new capitol building, showing aud exthis town. We could'iiame dozens! For tale. 28th, Mrs. On Friday evening, Nov. ly augmented, as there are about for- plaining the wonderful things and names arejoii the church roll Allen Woodruff Flowers and Mrs. ' ty members of Columbia Lodge yet to structure of the magnificent State Farm 81 acres. Conrad Claycombo Mammoth bronze turkey's of the Walker were hostesse- - "t ab,eautlfully that are "very seldom seen in any house to see. buildings We then went back of worship. They set a bad example farm on Greensburg pike, 21 miles-frofamous gold bank strain. appointed dinner at the home of M s We take Jt that all the lodges in the Georgetown for the night We left Campbellsville, Ky. The farm, to the rising generation.. The sermon Mrs Josh Butler. Phone No. 78 A Walker on Greensburg St. The tables county will want to subscribe, "as we the next morning at 9 o'clock, by the delivered by Rev, R V. Bennetc- - on contains 84 acres, all titUb'e were artisticaalty decorated with yelare bound by our obligations, to care way of Lexington and- - High Bridge this occasion was well worth hearing about 12 acres of woods, pastures; wttfi Death of Dr. GeD. 0. Taylor. low Japanese chrysanthemums and for the widows and orphans As We arrived at High Bridge at eleven and the songerv.ice was delightful. house, barn and other outbuildings; the color scheme, yellow and white, quickly as possible this matter will be o'clock and speut three hours theie convenient to church and school. Tur-neThe subject of this notice was born was carried throughout theC delicious The solo rendered by Mrs M. F. presented to all the lodges of Adair taking In jtbe wonderful sceneries. wasbaautiful and the playing by Persons interested and desiring to sea 4 near Grady ville, Adair county, Febru menu. -- ' county. 2 o'clock. Came through We left at Mrs. C. M. , Russell and Mk. R. V the farm, call at the house. Title ary 21, 1848 He was a son of Dr. Jas. and Eva Misses Mary Winfrey guaranteed and possession January 1, Harrpdsburg and Perry vllle Arrived Bennettwas charming- G. and Sallie Elliot Taylor. He issur- - Walker assisted in the hospitalities The law requires each owner of a 1920. Sale December 12, lo a. nu. 6 o'clock. Spent Campbellsville at vlved by his wife, Augusta who re dog to apply to the County Court at The evening was greatly enjoyed by an hour there and reached Columbia Be sure and be at the Para Terms mede known on date "of sale. sides in Chicago, 111., He also leaves the following guests: Clerk's office on or before Jan. 1st, in Also hay and corn. g(reat trip, through ; at 8 o'clock. This each .year and pay the dog Tax. Up three brothers, Jas. C, Z. T. and Dr. Mesdames Gordon Montgomery, G. mount Theater next Wednesday J F. Clayeombe, Admr. most beautiful country, was made ' C. B. Taylor, of Logan county, 111 F. Stults, C. M Russell, W. B. Patte- - evening ' ta this date there have been listed the at 8 o 'clock. The H. H". Collins, Auctioneer perin the little. Overland Four, with The deceased at the age of 14 years. son, A D. Pattteson, W. A. Coffey, Lyceum Course opens. Assessor 1,800 dogs and only with the fect ease. 160 people have paid the dog tax. entered the Federal army from Adair Geo. Staples, W. R Myers, Eris Bar-ge. At the Grady ville Baptist church, One of the Party. county joining the I3th Kentucky In Please remember the Clerk cannot is-O. P. Miller, Fred Hill, J. L. Nov 23, Rev. L. C. Kelly, of Campbells A Big' Sing." fantry. At the close of the war he en- Walker, L C. Hindman, Bruce Montuealr the License within two or ville, delivered an able discourse-Mr- s For Sale. f,"i free days Respt., College, gomery, David Jones, Daisy Hamlett, Medical tered the Rush Geo. H Nell, Miss Allene NeH On Dec 4th, at 7 p. m , there villt S. C; Neat, Clerk A. C. C. Chicago, and after graduating he an3 Misses Minnie Triplett and Sallie Mr. Guy Nell were present. A. be a BigCommunity "Sing" in Colum- and A box range, an oak bedstead, and practiced in Columbia for awhile Baker bia, under the direction of District bountiful dinner was fjspread to to. New Cashier. an oak vashstand, 6 fat hogs, and a From here he west to Elkhart, III., Secretary, Mr R. W. Raaf, whose large assembly. In the Church drive good4 kitchen table. A Stray Mule. and subsequently located in Chicago. $1,000 was raised. On the same day headquarters are at Lebanon. Katie Tupman. Mr. Walter McKinney succeeded 111., where he became prominent, and The Y. M. C. A., is putting this there was a gathering at Milltown for. deceased, as Mr. J. N. Meadows, which city was his home when the the same purpose, Rev. J. S. Ray being: I have a'stray mule at myVs place, mi all over the State. .Everybody A Splendid Sermon. cashier of the Bank or Jamestown. end came. He died at Hot Springs, Dark bay, about Hi hands high. Mare and equally interested. It will the minister. Nearly $1600 was sufcw Mr. McKinney has been the assistant Ark. The interment was at Oakwood mule, fat and nice and seems to be 9 be at the Methodist church at 7:30 scribed. A bountiful and delightful cashier of said bank for a number of One of the most interesting, scholar- Cemetery, Chicago. He spent thous or 10 years old. Owner may have it Familiar songs, religious and patriotic dinner regaled the crowd. Two car years. He is a very efficient business ly and helpful discourses delivered in ands of dollars, visiting watering by paying advertisement and feed bill. loads of Baptist of Columbia went will be used. man, who is known throughout the this town in many years, was preached places and also made a trip to Europe, ' Thomas Roach, Toria, Ky. B'. T. Watson, County Chairman.'"" down. country as a gentleman bf the highest by Rav. R. V. Bennett, pastor of the hoping to gain his health. v. Notice; character, one who does business ac- Methodist Church, in the Christian Surprise Wedding. Hotel Changes Hands. V A Splendid entertainment at curately, and is exceedingly polite to church, last Snnday forenoon. It was customers. The directory could not the fifth Sunday and a Union service the Paramount Theater Wednes All parties who have not paid their The first of last week Mr. Elsey Mr Lawrence Crandell, ol Florida, found a more suitable man for for all the Churches. There are ser- day evening. have Members 'of the Young and Col. L. T. Neat, of this and Miss Georgia Faulkner of this taxes are requested to come in at onca the responsible position. Mr. F. F. mons and sermons, but a" discourse Lyceum will entertain. They are place, purchased, oT the stockholders, place, were married last Saturday and settle same, if this is not done, Cook and Jo McFarland, two good that counts, is one that all eyes are from a distance and are skilled in The New Merchant Hotel Campbells- night at the L W. T. S. Dormitory either myself or deputy will call or men, are Mr. McKinney's assistants upon preacher while it is being deliverville. The consideration was close to by Rev R V. Bennett. Thff groom is you right away, and if you are not their work. a you "know $18,000. The property is considered a grandson of the late 'Squire John prepared to pay, will nave to levy on A ltag yearling stray heifer is at ed, and at the conclusion Died in Louisville. cheap at that money. Col. Neat and Eubank, the bride a daughter a your property, this will be my house. The owner can have same that you have been listening to. a ' duty, but your taxes are past! Bis" estimable wife will remoye to ofMr. and Mrs T. C. Faulkner. by paying feed bill and for this adver- teacher of the Word Last Thursday night Mrs. Minnie due, and I am compelled to collect; A great communion service"" was en Campbellsville and take charge of the A few hours after the ceremony, the tisement. Reynolds, belovei joyed in which there were over one Kate business between now and the flr3t of couple left for Jacksonville, Fla., them, this Is the third notice, yon have Geo. .Coffey, Columbia, Ky wife of Wilbur Reynolds, succumbed hundred and fifty participated. January. They are both experienced their future home. We hopd that had ample warning. If you are not to the inevitable and peacefully closed The' vision of the great victory of hotel people, and no ladyin Kentucky happiness will come out of this union. prepared' to pay when we c3.ll on yon Av Inviting Place. her eyes in death. The deceased had we 'will have to levy. the church and the fioal triumph of can discount Mrs. Neat in looking afbeen in declining health for several Cortez Sanders, S. A. C The store of Nell & Cheatham is the Lord Jesus, was caught by the ter culinary affairs. The best the For Sale.. months. Besides her- - husband, she country affords will be purchased, and now full of goods suitable for Christ audience, as was manifested in theii Rev. B. T Watson has. received'leaves two children The deceased . singing of the final song, Jesus mas presents. It is perhaps the lar-it will be seen that it is prepared in a Oq the 16th of December, will sell call from the Providence Presbyterian: was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. W. palatable manner gest stock of this character of goods Saves." at my place, Sparksvllle, the fol- Church, Webster county. The salary Tupman The interment was in ever opened in Columbia. Much of ft but Rev. ; lowing: Two mare mules, 16 hands tendered Is invjting,proposition Watsoa " Lost. x This week only 5 per cent off Nelsomsounty display, and if you do not for the is now on hss declined the. 6 year old. Nine 1 :bi .'Wt T; high, coming good brood, mares1 head present and is most likely to remain in see what you aralooking for, call for on an purchases or $i uu or See Stanley Epperson when, vou want Ar'gold, medal. The" letters W and a of sheep, two ' goods suitable foi pres- more at Farmer's' Union Store, a car for Campbellsville. it. There are' "Declamation", is:on ally, all my farming tools, plows, Columbia, a statement: his friends will S. and the word .x, ents for both-th- e old and young, hence Cane Valley. It. Return to this office and' .receive rakes, cultivators, etc, all my house- be glad to learn. We understand that Mr. A'sayLoy For the children, .all can be satisfied a reward. hold goods, including a piano, and all Turkevs. tbere are hundreds cf psunJa ot stick There will be a meeting at Zion will not long, for his old home mueh ' kitchen furniture. I will also sell 75 v Holiand fancy candies, and all kinds of nextSunday at II o'clock. All "the longer. He expects to be here soon Underwent art Operation. Wa wane) Turkeys for barre'svbf corn, a lot of hat and fodder. ' x toys Remember the place, Nell & Cbjirch members areSnequested to be from Georgetown, Ind.,"to secure a Terms made known on day of Sale days. Are receiving now. Would ad- ' mat- dwelling. They go elsewhere occasionCheatham? the firm that handles in present, .and the public also. A Mrs. Lena Paul I, of this place, subJ. C Wooten. vise you to sell and not wait until the they never find "attractions ter of importance is to come before ally, but large quantities. rush gets on, as we can nottell what mitted to .an operation in the Dea'' that beat, old Columbia. body. Christmas will soon be "here, the the market will dp. Get in touch coness . Hospital," Louisville, last In making .trie drives for, funds the the Church pre- with, U3 by Phone, or mall. We . alee . e people ofColpwbla Wednesday. The news from her Ford cars for Sale. .various churches are called upon to . Mr. Gordon Montgomery will ad v is, thtt she is tfoi.og: nicely, and paring for Santa Ckusj' who will. ar- want' your Hens, chickens, ducks, raise, you hear some members sey, "we dress the members of T&mpico Masonwill pr Qbab-l- be able to return home rive a the nfght of the 2tth, asaklfif geese aad eggs - They are all high. cm bo. Py that amount. It is too ic Lodge, at Cane Valley, next Satur' "STHGrloetead &Ce Ivor the little feilcsiAfpy. " Rev. B..T. Watson wa called to in tecrjtiays er .to weeks, V , amount is '$10,000 day evening at7 o'clock. Every memmuch;0' Say'-tW- - H ShlpeT Lpeal Mgrr far .local church. They start to ber Is .requested to be present. It is Marrowbone last" Thursday, to preach ji?. fof Sik. All Royal Arch JCaaoas are request .Mr. John AlexaaderT nWfbi Qd in twenty minutes more Important. ' the funeral of Lee Farrla has bought the old Davie '. ) WHO WM SMrMMMftIi BUM-OUUSMt ed te' be in the hall thte(Tu iCefe&rgf.fer.. fcXm haH-f- t he amount is -Writotii. Yotrittver know, what a Sera, to the wife of Crieman Powell.' rlnd oWty. y that wlU.be greatly j!iTit t:4S o elockc 3Dg reeer I '' 'dafghtw. r.. V Wiil'iM wwboiiek&- km r.-- an effort; Noveeibei chreh a Ken-tuck- y -. .- subject of building a new Masonic Home for the widows and orphans of Kentucky Masons, in the city of Louisville. The Board of Directors, of "which Bro. Garnett is a member; has figured the expense of a building that the constantly increase of inmates demands. One million dollars is the room amount that Is to be put up by Business at Town op ColumCreek, County of TWair, County op Adair, State of State of Kentucky, Kentucky,: At the Close of Business, on Lebanon, Danville, Lexington to Win. Close" of Business , on the the 7th Day of Nov. 1919 Chester, arriving In Winchester at At the v- HTir Day of Nor;, 1919. RESOURCES 5 p. m. We spent the night with r. 70 171 23 . BBSOUliCES. Loans and Discounts Mrs.'G. W. Perrymaa and daughter. 164 24 318 474 Overdraf tssecured and unsecured Loans and Discounts . .3 000 00 She is the widow of the late Dr. G. Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured 053" 07 Stocks, bonds and other securities ' 6 167,83' 62 243 TB. Due from Banks W. Perryman, who was a brother of Stoci, 'Bonds and other Securities ; Dash on hand 3 127 61 Dae from Banks. Mrs. Collins. They are quite 19 673 & Checks and other cash items., . . Cash on hand Bankitur House, Furniture and situated in their new eight Checks and other cash 37-.58-884 com-fortably Mr. John Rose, a young man who The Monticello Basket Ball team was reared in the Western portion of and several of its admirers arrived Adair county, and who went to France here Tuesday of last week. had. and distinguished himself by partici- engagements for three games, and th pating battles, has accepted first meet was at the Lindsey-Wilso- n a position with the Bank of Columbia, Gym. Here the visitors were defeathis services to begin, the first ol Jan- ed in a very interesting game, the It g score standing 23 to 13 in favor of th Lindsey-WilsoQuite a number witnessed the contest. The fall down did not discourage the Monticello boys, who by the war were the best set of young players ev1 000 00 Items. list 59 Fixtures er visited Columbia,, all exceeding poBanking house. Furniture and ,' $33 630 91 Total.... lite, showing that they were gentl -sood'oo fixtures LIABILITIES manly reared, and on Wednesday nighC 491 166 S2 Capital Stock paid In.' in Total cash1.' .. $15 000 00 they repaired to the High School Gym. LIABILITIES. 3000 00 Surplus Fund Capital stock paid .in, in where they defeated the school team r Undivided profits less expenses and $30 000 00 cash The CoIIens Company will give the score standing 20 to 19 in their ............ .839 21 taxes paid....... 40 000 Surplus Fund '43 204:70 Deposits subject to check the first number of thfe Lyceum fav6r. exUndlvided'Proflts. less ,....-- . 6 53300 Time Deposits penses and taxe3 ptld 7 673 67 Reserve for tixes. Course 'Wednesday evening at w Thursday, night the Visitors went-u53 Deposits subject to check 10,000 00 Bills Payable 10 01 Duo Banks and Trust Companies" against Columbia's strong Athletic 8 o' clock at the Paramount Thef33 630,31 .. Total. 2.684,53 Reserve for taxes team, and vhlle they lost the gamW'-i- t Other Liabilities not included under ater. People are urged1 to' buy state OFKEKTUCKY- - 1i Set County op TAYuoa 151 OS ., any of above heads was exciting The excellent' deport? WeMc.C. Goods and T. Cljorton., President season tickers trom the sellers Total 491 166 82 mentof the visitors, on the floor 'atand Cashier of thiabova named Bank: do solemn. STATE OF KENTUCKY, ly swear thatrlbe abovestatementistrue to the who Will pass around. tracted the attention of the many" who besfcbf our knowledge and belief. We. W. JV Jones and Jno. "tV. Flowers,, Presiwitnessed the contest. At the close Mc. C. Goode; President. Thanksgiving Services. dent and Cashier of the, above namedBink.do T. O. Morton, cashier. the score stood, Athletics, 33; Monti solemnly swear that the above statement is . SliO-64- 7 I ,'. p -- x 1 -- . X. ifiu4 y, N r, . -- . x in-vit- ek -- -- ' -- who-wast- he 6-- 2t - I -- r T -- X-m- as 6-- bed-aid- are-alread- y. -- y h .k -- f ii utif -,- - - f , "r f.w8M"i tresf laelytiMar & "V s --a iT" . V. - ' ,1 - , . ' -X " r V .C 5 wf--- irt s- W - X " ht in-list- ed ,'fF. - V ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' . - ; . -- Croup Threatens Qnlck.ielief of baby's croup often Sastttallaa serious situation when this dmded diseaso comes in the late of night. i EVMWffiN 7B''SALV wl ii in tte sgre cccmrinrt. cogwaoc, Mecbert tbocU MKVrRAME When Croup tlui in m. ttJs toBtttffd tre robbed veil too baby's throw. aaa Baser tsexnni. wm rcuere tbc csoHar Tafcet iu promoteofroam Hecp. draft. tbc puce oxcKsdnc siua. mc cunncs keep )tf of Brrae'e Voaaa ncututa conbitlne rcroHP, colds, paeu uieaaxexuirajrbypar- - iMiUfW pj all drcr 'JbBEaZbV M Well monl. c In children StffmFIt J0c60candil.2tM store prepaid by or eenx Brame Drug Company. N.fffkesbare,N.G. 2-- -- 3- BSOTES ON ADAIR COUNTY. iSY m? John ayroe Steele No. 43. COL. DANIELTRABUE. his party resisted and brike ir&y, and, wit'i the of the men in the fort, wh j opened fire upon the succeeded in making1 their w ty feick intj che forr. The then carried on a siege wicy vigorously for some days, s gainst, the fort, but, finally, ai JTdd jae ic, ni a p irt it them In.-crfia- as, Saeni In-ttr'i- aa, -- 1 cijivab-trnu- h - to attack Fort without any tHurts to capture the It seenitd, that thdir pur-gj.iwas more to secure the St itas and cattle of the settlers, vtfiaa anything else. t f Boone was viewed with jgreit suspicion, and resulted in diw be' iar n'u upon trial, for bigh b'iI'-ct.- Sigaa. - .e The-cond- uct treason, before the-- court martial t Port Logan, near the pre-esite of Stanford. Boone that his purposes were loyal and true, and that his rea- S5 son for advising the men at Blue Licks to surrender, was tb only way to save their lives. He confessed, that he promised tot aid the Indians in a foray against Boonesborough, and to use his influence to have the garrison to surrender, but, that he made the promises only to deceive them, and to make favor for himself and other prisoners, and had no intention of complying with his promises. He claimed,, that his purpose in advising the' party to go with him - to attaqk the enemy while on their road and which to Boonesboroug, movement barely escaped being a disaster, was, in his best judg ment, to get an advantage over tne enemy.- - The - reason, he gave, for advising Calloway . and the others.to go out from the fort to a Considerable distance' unarmed' to treat with the Indians, was because the enemy was so strong, that he thought, to make terms with them, was more preferable than to try to make, wnat he believed to- be a hopeless resistance, which would infuriate the Indians, and cause the death ofvall.. The court mar-:iaccepted Boone's reasons for his conduct, and acquitted him, but, the.result.of the trial was very unsatisfactory to Callowajr and Logan, who were the strong and Reading citizens in that part of the state, at that time. Col. Tiabue was then a very young man, only s'eventeen or eighteen yeirs of age; but, was present and heard 'the trial of Boone and in his account of it, very quaintly adds, that he supposed, 3S$ that Boone was always loyal and true, thereafter. This comment rather, suggests that tCol, Tra-bu- e entertained-doubtsx)- f the innocence of the old pioneer and woodman of the charges prefr-re- d against him. The circumstance shows the character of Boone, in a role, with which, we 5 ' - i - - ' - ' A '.--? IS ' H -:- -- 'ft I iff IKSHIHHHIilHIIHIIilP . vr1-?! -- - - 7ZK 'V. - c - 7T 'J THE CHEVROLET V6. s-- r -- A Gar of Beauty. Graceful Stream I iness V fc M m -- AT A MODERATEJPRICE, WITHIN THEJREACH OF ALL s' t - m m M M al Persons wjio donotjwaattoJiavest a fortune in a car, but who do want gome thing REAL NICE". Smooth and easy riding that will pull any hill that has a road up it. We have a few Cars Now in Stock. " -- ' $ We keep a Full Line of Parts at all Av - Times WOODSON GEENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. P- - 9f W Mjsg iSilMMERlRiiMiSiilillliSHiSlMSii every of ing hinv,.for, ifhe was innocent American citizen to keep himof tha charge,of disloyalty made self well posted on current events against him, his conduct shows, j and the actions and words of the that while 'he was exceedingly jlaw makers of our country. For courageous, that he could be as upon the actions taken within subtle as an Indian, and held to the next few months depends that all things are the welfare of our country, and perhaps of the world for many fair-lwar. generations to come. r ToBe Continued. are not in the nabit of associat- It is the duty The Louisville Trust CO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and "Undivided Profits Over One rlHIIor'.DoHars. Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Asrent. Committee ."and Trustee, and can Qualiy as such in any County in theiState. Deposits. the-opinior- i, r WHI1E LILYi ilfe;.-g?awqpi n Pays 3 per cent Tter AnnumlonlTlme JOHN STITES. President. 'MYERS-BAKUh- R C 'iiViroc Ju a nnrb iH yikU,?'uniyftSs j J ' JCOI.UM3I A, KYr m r . COMPANY' WHOLESALE AND 9 . . -- ..? ANGEREUA GRAY. Trear. . G. STITH. Sec Wait Id Patience. m.& i ;J In Japanese towns nearly all the cooking is done in public RETAIL MILLERS FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFF THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE - ' . 40 Years In ihenull business enables us to malce ihervery'BEST and wheat in PUREST. We don tuse anything but the best-otmakmg xmit Flour. f Don't get discouraged. There ovens, maintained at convenient is hope for everyone and success places, at a moderate costs J.o ahead for th6ae,who are wilbng patrons. to patiently await triumph. It In China it is the custom to is safer and surer for you if ym!U follow the precedent of ojder drink wines hot The thrifty and wiser peasons than yourself. Chinese believe thatheated wine , Thy probably Know tnrougn intoxicates more keen "and humiliating' experi- than cold wine. . -- IS YOUR LIFE A. W INSURED? ILNot Why Not INSURE With the .-- V vv We Will fllafcejit to Your Interest to Get Otir PricesBefore Buying Elsewhere. We give our special attention to exchange and custom'work,giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36Jto 38 pounds of hoiceJ?l6ur per bu. . V ence Ex-chang- e. ! JNIQMENTRAL LIFE INSURANCES UUMFANY, --x 7K In early playing cards swords To express kilometres in mil, took the place of "spades," and multiply by six and divide by representations of coins were the equivalent of "diamoads." ten. - OF ' -- CINCINNATI, OHIO. 7K rr We sell the best'for the least money. . r tt7 24--C. rvmr-T- T T- -rr -- - 5 i E X We Solicit Your Paronage, . A - UNDERTAKER. , wmmtmmmmmmmmmmammKk om. PHONE COLUMBlArKY, 4 S( h. I-J- htmdm MYERBARGER i& - &&y i&" A . - Jm . -' n -ft Vi - C0.1S. X M TiSy Tt9 QkaU, and SU1 BaM suwi tw Hmumb. ! "W Jwp txtn U& o kt8. Prompt algrit srky. rWieoce Piwa, 29 J. FTtHPLETT, a? loll tok 6i tcte, wwkttt, nd robw. mmwmmsti x mm&xmm& EuTsasoM throatrwlih BALLAED'S "B r.- - -c - 5s -- -" ocia ii- i Fwtlllztr 13 per ca& acid, 45 SKOW LlHlMXKT.COoe or tw as- - per hundrtd t HaUfeitW Poultrj. J. . . b- pltoMtitM wfll eur HouiCo1ubiW. 9. - -- V SoHrftl Draff " ocpiW. - 'M"-- C V- Air. t r &&? aCjjtSl4' . ,1, 64. r. Tl - s z '" '"v- - -'- -.' THE ADMR COUNTY NEWS W -- rfc. -- -- ' V. jf. " '. -- 'Vi B.i- jllt 5 Ai.Vr -! iiifc..- - .; L- VVc -. i &"' K- - . Etc-- " ajMrffJ .-- - 5 fc- mm OH tK - k2" Makes Such light, Tasty Biscuits HB Just let mother call, "Biscuits for "RrPfilrfiistl" We're sure there s a frnf that can't be beat in store for us m light, tender biscuits toasty brown ana an punea up with . frnndnessl For mother is sure "I ! of her baking powaer v,iuuuicl. T J- 9 4 - She never disappoints us because (ScilrPOOA CALUMET BAKING POWDER never disappoints her. OF jpMEj It's dependable, always the same Try it. itesuits the best. r.nlnmet contains only such ingre dients as haveeen approved officially by the U.S.Food Aiilhonties. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use It. FARMERS TOBACCO HlGHESTffl WMHOB:SE CAflPBELLSVILLE, KY. v BOTH PARTIES CHILDREN'S according to George L. Schon, superin-tenden- t of the Kentucky Children's IN Home Society. In the turmoil of the campaign many prominent men of the slate who otherwise would be devoting their whole time to the Chilren's Home Drive are busy In party work. The drive, which will take place from October 27 to 31, Is right on the eve ol Plan to Build Farm Home For the election, when the citizens of the state arejceyed up to other interests. Kentucky Waifs Supported ' "It wiU be for the children and foi the individual citizens to go forward By Candidates and see it through," Mr. Schon said. "It has the indorsement of the Governor and other prominent officials oi A BUSINESS PROPOSITION the state. Ministers of all denominations are devoting a sermon to the interest of the cause that affects us all There are a number of things on It will go through successfully, but 11 which the Republican and the Demo- will need our cratic parties of Kentucky disagree, but there is one thing for which both are working during the turmoil just before election time. It is for the campaign to raise $300,-00- 0 to build the new "village of cottages" on a track of land ten miles from Louisville, in which to care for the destitute children of Kentucky. School children all over the state are contributing their savings for the new DRIVE p E Don't Lose Money by Selling Too Soon Don't Try to Make Your Own Market Let Several Buyers See Your , Tobacco. . - I 9 Methodist Church Enters Ypres Don't Guess Your obacco Away To Anyone .- and Brussels home. "Anything that our own kiddles are for, is not to be overlooked by either party," declared one prominent candidate of the state as he closed a stump speech. "That is one reason why I am pushing for a drive, and that ia why our opponents are doing the same. But that is not all the reason. "The new Children's Home is a thing that is needed for our own public wel fare. The present location is congested, and the surroundings are a detriment to the moral and physical welfare of homeless and. helpless childreu of our state. They deserve good care under good surroundings, out on a wholesome farm where they can work and play under favorable condition cad become-goocitizens. Business With Charity. "Jt is a business proposition to put them "where the older children can work and learn scientific farming and dairying, and make the institution and, at the sametime, develop themsehes so that they can b? adopted into lioiues where they can "useful to the family and to the GREAT MEMORIAL CHURCH WILt FE ERECTED IN DEVASTATED BELGIAN CITY. . ' - -- 5 Is to Be Center of Large Enter prise On the Part of Southerners. in"- Gfcood Qi der-a-nd the SticK, Bring your Tobacco displayed on our wqII lighted floor where several experi 3nced buyers "may , thereby guaranteeing you the highest market price. to-uso- JV ' --- r n w6ll-graded- ', -' ex-amin- eat - d -- g, Nashville, Tenn. A great Methodic Church, erected and maintained by the Methodist Fpiscopal Church, South will be erected amid the ruins ol Ypres, in Belgium. This was- stated by Dr. W. B. Beauchamp, director general of the Centenary Commission who, with Bishop James Atkins, the bishop in charge of European mission fields, just returned from Belgium. The city of Ypres, terribly' devasr tated, will not' be rebuilt in its entirety The once magnificent Cloth Hall, the finest in the world, the Cathedral, the - We wilt-hav- e OapV JvB.. HutpMngs, : --- onef the floors. -- tryto manage the r r irff- v- it.: We Offer Tou The Be$t . ' ' .- . - 4-- ' j2SraFSHttfi5-L-- toWlUhall the churches, and othei large ruins will be left as a perpetual memorial. On these the city mayor has caused community. signs to be erected reading: "This "Anil it is a business proposition to is holy ground. No stone of this fab ' every citizen. In ev,ery county. The may T)e away. It i a herkj r Kniucky Children's Home Society ric tor au taken cage . cmnzea peoples. takes ihe destitute children from this very county and cares for tliem, A City of Memorials. where otherwise they would be "kept Ypres is a city of. memorials. The at the county poorhouse, where they British government has selected a site would be' au expense to the county, in and will erect a great museum as a the first place, and a menace to usr monument to her fallen heroes. after they grow up as paupers under Similar, buildings will be built by such sordid conditions. That was the Canada, New Zealand, Australia and years Belgium. way conditions were twenty-fiv-e ago before the Kentucky Children's In the midst of these memorials the Society was founded. There may be Southern Melhodisf Church will be charity in a tning like this and it is erected. It will contain a, library charity la the case of the school reading room and social equipment, who are giving their savings for In addition to Its auditorium and the cause, but for you citizens, for class roomB. myself, and for my political opponents, "Ypreajfiir always be a mecca for It is a pure case of duty andsound travelere; , said Dr. Beauchamp. ' . "Thousftada anC millions .will flock to .. business." -In some ways, tiowfiverrthCpolltIca1 ultuatlon uj'.detriinental Ibktbe'rdfjV lie-co- ' iliarge Floor-Spac- e Plen f Light :rjr ;1Five of the Big Buyer Fair Treatment :.. ty-'o- "w avJfe?."i?fr f hSfatkl. :;--- - :;- tr. - 3E ,mirmT ir Z.&Tl&r . y : " -- 5 -- csp A - Wife's &&J-1C- 'Y- - T- - - X Z ........ ... I TOBACgQgpQR: BIG OPENtNO SAhB- Kw.WE WILL-- RECEIVE On And After ' December ' ' 4th, 1910. . ,)( . chil-4re- n FARMERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE "?-- ? ', t i? -- i v.,.-- - im V r -- , j i?- - :&'' 'n rjggaggggi V X - p-mo- r t " ,1 ' . T i?S - y " : . TffiBADA3KY COUNTY NEWS - - v Tent Hill James Hoy and family and G? T. Flowers and wife will move FaMisfced On Wednesdays. ,to Columbianifew days; v Mra.W. D. Thornton, an old p wlrWilson & Durham are buying respeetablejady who resides near l Columoia. Kentucky- and receiving tobacco at this here, is very low at this writing. The six year old son of G. W. jI.E.MURRELL. Editor. time, at nrices from 20 to 30 Emerson, who was confined with - Man. cents per lb. TB?S. &AISY HAML.ETT. improving. Antitox-in- e There has been only a few diptheria.is has proven a cure in this n1r TinTrpirrrfl'T' to the Interest hogs slaughtered in this commuthe City of Colombia asd tha ptopl of "Adair nity up to the present. Our far disease in a number- of cases. djeteltis eocstlM. ON Rev. M, T. Grimes and wife - af'V 7 ' Z mers report their hogs fat and have moved near Humble. They as second only waiting for colder weather. Eatercd at the Columba" were excellent neighbors srd Our- - farmers are all about as mill matter. will be greatly missed here. through gathering their corn Mr. Welby Meece and wife, of WED. DEC. 8, 1919. crop, and we are glad to report North Dakota, are visiting here. that every one reports, a greater Fred" Bradshaw and family yield than they anticipated, and have moved to their new home, Subscription PrfcelTHt landed Postal Zone no serious damage done by the SiSO per'rer. y near Catherine. AH Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 per'yeir recent continued rains. A Subscription due ard Parable in Advance Mr. Jiiburn Thomas and wifeT Our town was full of commert of Irvins Store, have purchased cial men, last week, represent-in- g It begins to look like the United a farmjhere. They are excellent all kinds of goods that are people and we gladly "welcome States will have business with on the market for sale, and we Mexico. their 'coming. take it that each one had his Mr. Clarence Bradshaw, who Monday. share of the business. Congress , has been visiting friends near The President's message will be W. L. Grady, the Penfield, 111., has returned. read to the body this (Tuesday) stock man in .this part of the Enoch Emerson n and Mr. morning. county, was on the sick list for a family, of Nebraska, "have redays of last week. Mr. turned to their native land. A gentleman named Elliott, of few Grady suffers a great deal from They say the mountain life is London, Ky., has been appoint- ed Supervisor of the Census in catarrh, and he informed us that dearer than the rolling prairie of did not get permanent re- the far west. the Eleventh district, to super- if he lief soon, he intended to close Mr. D. C. Hopper is at Somercede J. N. Meadows, deceased. out the larger part of his stock set this week looking after his If it was- not for the dark ele- business and go to some health lumber interests. ment of the Republican party, resort. Mr. Rexroat. of Charlie what a Democratic State KenMessrs. Dudley"&Spn8, the Campbellsville, was here on tucky would be. Yet the winmill men, of JfcfeiaJ business Saturday. ning card of the Republican party place, have bought a big lot of Mr. Bert Butcher, a promirTent saws wood and draws a blank. fine corn, storing it away to farmer, of Liberty, was here bread the people next summer.. Saturday. Robt, C. Gilbert, of Louisville, - Mr. R'. E. Loyd and wife, of We think they are taking a propthought he had a good thing. er view of the matter, when we Jamestown, visited here Sunday. He drew his check for $450 and recall how difficult it was to buy Carl Rexroat, a prominent carhanded it to a sharper for what bread corn during the past sum- penter, who has been employed he thought was whisky, as he mer. They paid $8.50 per bar- near Knifley, is at home for a had sampled the goods. The rel for select bread corn. few days. sharper went to the bank, cashed 9 wake up and go to meeting, we The government estimates the Miss Ruby Burton, daughter n Mr. John Tarter, a If you want to hear a fine serpeople is of Mr. W. E. Burton is ill at this shor'age in the tobacco crop at think it is time the the check and flew away. Gimon and good singing, come to tobacco grader, of Casey county, doing something for the lord. lbert knocked the head out of the 950,000 pounds. writing. Union the 1st Sunday in Decem- js employed here by Richardson &m barrel and found that its conMr, and Mrs. Sam tjonover They grew the best Bros. Italy is the first great nations v Roy. tents were all water, but a small ber. were in Russell Springs Tuesday. tobacco crops that was ever There is a meeting going on at Mr.-- Hiram Conoven, of this to ratify the peace pact and it amount of whiskey fastened in a Mr. C. O. Moss and family acgrown here, on 4 acres. companied by Miss BettieL. Suthas been signed by the King. Freedom church. bucket inside the barrel. place, was in Ruesell Springs Bryant, wholas Private Leslie ler, visited the family of Mr. Some people are still sowing-whea- t Tuesday. The Mississippi Valley AssoFrankfort will be alive on Tues- xJosh Montgomery, near Ozark, stationed at Fort Thomas, spent in this section. ' Mr. J. E. Bailey and wife and ciation pledges32,000,000 farmers'" last week here. day the 9 th of this month; Mr. last Sunday. The corn and fodder is daughter, were in Russell Springs in this country to crush out Ed. Withers, a prominent damaged considerably. Morrow is to be inaugurated We have heard it said by some Tuesday. Governor on that day. The of our best farmers in this sec- farmer, of Dunnville, has located The tobacco crop is .very good Eleventh district will send the tion, that a majority of the early here. this year. The common house-flbecSmes-ful- l Mr. Dallas Bryant, of Craw- Norway has voted prohibition largest delegation. It will not sowing pf wheat was badly damMrs. Bessie Cheatham is grown in about four weeks by a large majority. be but a few days now until the aged by the fly. As we get it fordsvi'le, lad, iV visiting her'home country. in after birth. incoming Governor will have the the wheat looks perfectly dead. relatives here. , F. W. Luttrell has already haropportunity to fulfill the many We are having a number of vested 100 bushels of sweet potari . i r.trr-rTTpromises he made the people dur- cases-otyphoid fever and rae'as-le- s TTIf '"- J toes. He is a successful potato ing his canvass. The public can in this section of the county grower. do nothing but wait and see. at this time. As we have only Chester Thomas, who served On account of the high price one doctor, he has not had time with the A. E. F. in France is of print paper, a number of pub to eat or sleep for the past month. visiting home folks here. ,v lications have suspended. Those Up to this time we have had on Mrs. Sallie J. Turner, who left that have not quit have raised ly one death. A son of Mr. and here for Texas 8 weeks ago, has 5 Mrs. George Burris, on the 28th their subscription price to $2.00. returned, she was accompanied r ro 5P r.r:3AL The News has paper enough to of November. Several 'other by her father, Mr. Sheridan Eads members of their family are con run a year which it bought at whp is known to many RusBell There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily operafined tcr their rooms, but it is 6 per hundred, and may be at county citizens. He removed to tion in the United States. This is a little better than one-ha- lf the end of one year material will hoped the worst is over. Texas 28 years ago and made of all the motor cars used in America. The Ford car be cheaper. It is now $7.20 per The untimely death of Everett good during his stay. is every man's necessity. No matter what his business hundred. Itnatters not what Montgomery brought much sorMartin Wilkerson, who recentmayjbe, it solves the problem of cheapest transportation. conditions may be in the price of row to the people of Gradyville, ly returned from Nebraska, was We solicit your order now, because production is limited, stock, The News will continue to an account of which was pub- mingling with friends here Monlished in last week's News. arid we must make it $he rule to supply first orders first. be published every Tuesday. day. ,y Hev. Kelly and Judge Francis, Touring Car, $525; Runabout, $500; Coupe, $650; Sedan, Congressman Cantrill has writCampbellsville, were in our of Wee. $775; Truck Chassis, ?590. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. ten a friend at Lexington, stat- midst on last Sunday. In the S ing that he will not oppose J. C. forenoon, Rev. Kelly delivered The parties listed below have signed up with'us agreeing; to use nothing but Genuine a Tfa meeting is nrocTessincr W. Beckham for United States wonderful sermon on the grea nneT Bro. Thomas'is doing some Ford Parts, 'and to' carry a complete line of same. 'ThereforetheyShave been appoint-e- d Senator, but will stand for re-- drive that is now on before our good preaching. as regular servicejtations: election to Congress from the Baptist brethren. At the" noon The measles is raging in this Seventh district. Senator Beck- hour a bountiful repast was serv- community, A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. . NOE,.CoIumhia, Ky. ham has neyer been defeated be- ed on the ground, and in the afMost of the farmers are fore the people, and is more pop. ternoon Judge Francis delivered RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. K ukr today than at any time in a most interesting lecture along through' gathering their corn. tie put He will succeed him-el- the same thought, We must say The corn is fine this time. BUCHANAN-LYO- N The measles has almost broke CO., notwithstanding the Demo- here our brethren responded lib" Incorporated up the school,, the attendance crats of the State are a little erally; We take it that they over the last election. very short. " COLUMBIA, XENTUCKY. st .CAMPBELLSVILLE, FNTUCKY, will, go to their allotted quota. i Mies Stella Keltner quit her Mfyvitle, "Mrs. W. M. WilKorf be been account-o- f bad for the paet tea days a treat wf- - school on the Tobacco, stripping kdn-fu- ll pkeJ feWfreaieisreei her rijftt weather, aeM'beariwg ay oown in uus sectiea. We are glad tojwe the people head. Godivty ItevJs i -- - YOU CANT BEAT 'EM T i ii 'J'fr- - OUR PRICES Post-offi- Breeching, Bridles, Collar Pads, Hames Chains. Door Hinges. Bedsteads, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets and Comforts. A Cood White Laundry ed well-know- n r - Soap 5 Cents Per Bar. well-know- n GOFF BROS. STORE. well-know- -- y 3 f -- car -- f. THE ' -- , s V $'$ I 3K PRICED TO CLOSE OUT Wejbave marked down our entire Stock of Ladies Coats, Coat Suits, Skirts, Furs, etc, to dose out by December I5th. Suits,-Assorted &$ AAIR COUNTYNEWS Married in Lebanon. : s L f Mr. Henry Read Caldwell, who was born in Columbia, was married in Lebanon on Friday, the 21st ult , to Miss Louise E. Phillips. The con- BIG SAVING IN AND SUITS One Lot CoatY Colors a n d Cloths, formerly priced $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00, Now Priced at $22.75., tracting parties reside in Campbellsville, but at present the groom is en gaged at Pineville. He is the firsu born of Annie Read and Jojin John 'L Caldwell. His mother, before her marriage, was Miss Annie Read, and she was born and reared where Mr. E, i H. Hughes now lives. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs,- R. L. - BOYS OVERCOATS Phillips, and is one of Campbellsville's most charming young women. The groom is a thrifty and popular gen Shoes, Overshoes, Rubbers, Leggings, Sweaters, Underwear, Hosiery, Belts, and Ties, tleman. - One Lot Coat Suits, Former Prices $40.00, $45.00 and $50.00 Now Priced at $34.75. My home at m For Saie. consisting of 8 acres of house with good ground.Brickandframed Coats, Furs and Skirts at less than Manufacturers, present prices. s $ : Come Early, They Wont Last Long. RUSSELL & CO., ' cellar and outbuildings. This Is the best valued place in Colombia. Any one wanting a good home see me attmce. This is the A. G.Todd place. GOFF BROS. STORE. Mr. I J. J. Hunter writes from Dallas. Accidents. . Columbia, Ky. 30K$ $$ksks$ PERSONALS Miss en- $;; Mr. Leon Lewis, who has been Bonnie Judd, who teaches in Humboldt, Tenn , spent Thanksgiving with Misses Elizabeth and Mary Harris, in West Point, Miss. $.ili QFFEKi OPINION AuA.M'M' 3 v Texas, saying that no damaging frosts have appeared in his locality, and that Mrs. J. F. Gilpin, ofSparksvilfe, rn GOB TO DURHAM SUN. the grass and leaves on the trees are with a very serious accident Tuesday green. of last week. She fell, breaking tdfia-bone- s of her right arm ajtove ai S. F. White Quits .the Burlington Monday was county court, the last wrist Dr. H. B Simpson wao-SBeone for 1919. A fairly good crowd was Falcon After Two Years. and reduced the fracture. In town and the merchants did a very E. Waggener. S T. (SPECIAL TO DAII.YS NKWS.) ' TOGETHER. WITH gaged at Toledo, Ohio, is spending a Rev. A. G. Hill is a victim of typhoid FACTS OF TRIAL few days at home fever and is quite sick at his home in Monticello, this place. Mrs. Jo K. Conover; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Reed have re- Mrs. Wilms, Freed of Troubles spent the latter paTt of last week in Columbia. turned from Louisville. Mrs. Reed's Endured Since Childhood. MisslSara Coffey went to Louisville tonsils were removed without diffLauds Trutona. iculty, and she is now feeling in per-' last week andheard John McCormick. Mr. SmithGjnfeHTiBSOhool at reeB-fceait- h.' , I and M1ss Kate Gill, who teaches at Smith's Grove, came home . Xor Thanksgivirjg Mr. Frank Toliver, who was here, buying mules, has recurned to Lebanon, Tenn. Mr. L. C. Shreve, Oil City, Pa , was here, looking over territory laBt week. Mr. T. E. Jeffries was quite sick several daysjof lastweek. Miss Sallie Stewart was reported very sick, several days of last week. Mr. Henry Moss, of Louisville, was here a few hours last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Charles Bagby, Louis ville, were registered at the Jeffries Hotel recently. Mr. John Q. Alexander was here, from Louisville, a few days ago. THr. R. C. Borders was here a few days since, taking orders. Burkes-vllle- f Mr. J. P. and R. L. Snow, were here last Wednesday. T. E. Rexroat, Susan Rexroat, Lucy andTilitha Rexroat, all of Humble, Russell county, were here last Wednesday. They were on their re. turn from Indianapolis. Mr. Matt! Lancasfeer.Iof Louisville, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few dajs ago. Mr. J. R. Gaftrgtcis some better, and be operated on as soon as he is able to go to a hospital. Judge W. T. Hendrlcksor, Campbellsville, was here Monday. He is the President of the new bank at Knlfley and will remove" .from Campbellstille to that point will Louisviile, Ky., Dec. 2 "If every preparation advertised as a remedy were as honest in purpose and practice as Trutona, I feel confident there would either be fewer medicides or 'a lesser number of sick people," Mrs. W. Wilms, a Louisville wom-an325 rNorth Adams street, said recently well-know- n of I. C. Ramsey and wife and to Master Robert Page Myers came over with the Monticello Basket Ball Team, Miss Mary Williams, of Cave City, is visitin" relatives in Columbia. Mr. T. W, Buchanan and Mr. W. R. Lyon, of the Buchanan Lyon Company were here last Friday. A Mr moved. the Ford Company, was White,-representing Owen Davis, fourteen year old son "I have suffered from stomach trou of Mr. and Mr. R. L. Davis, is rapidly ble, since childhood," she continued. recovering from an attack of typhoid "Since last-JulI've been able to rest" fever. only three or four nightsout of a week. Prof. W. L. Tate and wife were hereiThe others, I passed sitting in a chair. with the Monticello Basket Ball Team. Contracted muscles caused me terrible Mr. D. M Moore, of Georgetown, pain I had no appetite and at times Ind , arrived last week just aa we couldn't eat anything for two or three were going to press. He Was looking days I was nervous and so weak I in fine health and said he was very could hardly get around. My terrible well pleased with his Indiana home suffering finally caused a brief spell of His Adair county friends were glad to insanity. see him have finished my fourth bottle of this excellent preparation, Trutona, Mrs W T. Fleeson (nee Miss Margaret Todd,) arrived from Wichita and I no longer experience the terrible Falls, Texas, a few days since, and pains and can enjoy a good night's will spend several weeks with her par- rest once again. My nervousness is almost entirely relieved and for the ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Todd. first time in a year I'm able o do my Mr. B. T. Marshall, who sells coffee own housework. 1 have a fine app throughout this part of the Stat tlte now, eat everything without the was here last Friday. He Is doing a least bit of trouble afterward. Knowgood business, and after selling a ing what Trutona has done for me I customer he tells him a good story cannot recommend ittoo highly." which keeps him In pleasing humor Trutona is now being introduced the remainder of the day. and explained in Columbia at the Mrs. W. A. Coffey left for Indiana- Paull Drug Co , and in Cane Valley at polis, lad., Monday morning where Chas. F. Paxton's drug store, i she will go under the treatment of. Adv Dr. L. F. Page for a throat trouble, Left for Mississippi. and will probably have he? tonsils rey , Burlington, Nov. 17. S. F. White who came here about two years ago from Bradentown, Fla., and during this time has edited and published the Burlington Falcon, a local weekly newspaper, has severed his relation and accepted a position on the editorial staff of the Durham 3ud. He left today to take up his new duties in Durham. His family will continue to Mr. White's reside in Burlington political admirers regret to see him Jeave the local work. Greensboro lllily News Mr. White commenced his newspa per career in Columbia under the present editor of The News. He was apt from the-- beginning, and has steadily climbed, and today he is rec ognized as a splendid newspaper man, good In all its drpartmer.ts. On the same day, in the same WjjSu borhood, Mr J. T. Rose fell from 7Jss Christmas presents while here. barn; loft and dislocated his W& Frank Toliver, of Lebanan, Tenn. nsnoulder. bought twelve mules in Columbia last Mr. John D. Turner, who sold liso week. He paid from 8165 to 8312.5 Harris farm, near Columbia-- , nas fne per head. Tb? Slotc" r2o& lost WfcOncar7i TSesasked Mm if he would return to Harn Mr. Richard Swiggert, who was lan county or would he remove sit" in the upper part of Adair county, died in Franklin, Ind , last where. He said, "I have about ceiS ed to buy a farm In Adair county jf week. He was 81 years old. During can find one that is for sala, one that: his last stay In Adair county he residwould suit me " Bob Young, on ed with his. the pike, near Columbia Bert Epperson has sold grtceries to Keene Ss Hoy and the 5z- ventory is now in progress 18jz JOHN WHITE fc CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Epperson will not leave Columni?. Liberal assortment and full value paid A meeting, by the Brethren is for rawruno Christ, is now in progress ab tfce Hides and courthouse There is no day ssrriav. Ccat Skins good business. Many purchased their - well-know- j son-in-la- his-stoc- k of rune MSBmSBB - as Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobac A mz fp 'I co Warehouse Co.; - ANNOUNCE OPENING SALE ON FRIDAY, DEC 5th, Will Begin Receiving TobaccoN - r WEDNESDVY, NOV 26th -- with them. Mrs. Collins Bndgwaters. of Lebanon, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs Sam Breeding returned from a visit to Lincoln county last week. Judge J. J. Simpson and wife, or .this place, areJaBurkesviUo and will spend the winter in tlwo place. Public Sale. Mr. M. E. Traylor and family and the family of"Mr.7. A. EDglish left Co- lumbia last Wednesday morning for West Point, Mis3., their future home. On Saturday December 6, 1919, 1 Mr. English left several weeks ago. will sell to the highest bidder at the In their departure this place, loses farm of I Mrs. Fannie Willis, near Zion and West Point gains. We cheerfully Church, - the following: Two good commena them to residents of theii; mares, safe"and sound and good work new home, and trust that an abuners. A lot of corn, hay, and fodder, dance of prosperity and continuous household and kitchen furniture. A good health may be with with, and old hbm,e, Burkesville Is their good line of farming tools, mostly new. when they tire of the South they will Mr Wade Helm Is out of the army, Many other articles too numerous to return to Columbia. and reached Columbia last Saturday. mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Lucian Blair. Mr. Ornery Webb and wife will reAt) the same time and place Mrs'. move to Taylor county having bought Fannie Willis farm will be" offered a farm of 85 acres near Campbellsyill for sale to the highest bidder. BACK , ,XvBL for?8,60O "MOM Since this purchase they-havwithout quetiontt Hunt' Sat TaUa is the treatment of Eczema, i been offered a profit of W200. .The Members of tha .Milltown WILL. SELL DAILY EXCEPT SATURJMX 2 , V By hayjiigfiye sales each w.eek we can give.thefa?nier "much better facilities than ever before K We-willliaveilspren- did IT buying force call or write . Any iri0rma;trbi 9- f e Hunt's Salr hat relieved ka. Yea cea't & ef each mat iee e emrTry It t mc rMt Gmrmnlm: Tetter. Ringworm, Itch, etc' Oofi't Become dUcoarajed treatmeat faded. et(. mny at TOOAY. Price 75c Sold by P.uJMuf ConpMyr Baptist Church are requested to be at Rev. Lea's services next Sunday. Immediately after the" discourse the I Baptist have an important- - matter to mc i )' ? rain. On account of high waters., a number of Commercial mm could net get out of Columbia lup Wedaeedty; They wifi;i tht .htrbreft General Manager, rE. V WILSON; QREENSBURQKY; jtrf t -- 7 !.. w r T JF" ': - a -- - ,r:-- - - "", iY ' ADAIR COUNTY HEWS, . T-- f7 rtb. ai?dHMD THE W0EED WTTH HE AMERICAN BED CROSS. r $ i - In Italy. aMM) Otis WWj VITHTHEAMEEK roass. j. BV - - lrir .i T Jt I W li iW un uer&ian W7U rI The Right Angle Store FEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $2.25 - A. 1 Ply $2.50 2 Ply $3.10 3 Ply $3.75 j ; FLOROID Wagon and' Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. m&a Kf 3jBBBvESaBHHY9HRBHlBBBBHtt BB&3aBBHBBBlBBBBBBBlBsK2ihK?? JBlBBaHBHBBHSlBBBHBaBlBHBBBBBKa'BBBBBBl ffir"'- Gent's. Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Arriving at one of the most critical stages of the war, wnen the Teutons forcing the Italian army back to the Plave, the American Red Cross 'rushed emergency relief from Paris and revived the drooping spirits of the whole country. In .addition to furnishing rations and comforts and medical attention to the fighting men, the American Red Cross Instituted 42 soup kitchens, 36 children's hospitals, 10 children's dispensaries, JL4 artificial limb factories, five homes for refugee children, 10 rest stations for refugees. This photograph showsa group of Italian refugee children being fed by ,.the American Red Cross at one of the numerous relief stations. -- Rangesand Stoves and lfifl6 is-- FRESH S' ' .i. S BBBBBlBuBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk-'r-r'BIlBW- MEAT, STAPLE g c- FANCY GROCERIL --e cKO - ' Ic" c TfflTHEAMEfiICAN nmss ySTV In Roumania. , united states in the war the successes of the Central Powers in Roumania had reduced that country to a mosttragic condition and in the summer of 1917, the American Red Cross despatched its first Roumanian relief contingent Two hospitals were at once taken over and operated by the Red Cross, a canteen for the starving refugees established and food and clothing distributed over a large area. Transportation was one of the toughest problems with which the Red Cross workers In Roumania had to deal. Here is seen an .oxcart used by the Bed Cross to carry its relief supplies up into thVmouritains, i - In the City- - Square of Treves, Germany, headquarters of the allied military forces, an ancient cross surmounted monument marks the city's center of traffic. For this reason American Red Cross ''officials converted it, a shown by this picture, into a directory of all Red Cross activities in the city. furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. Tobacco Landv for Sale '260 acres ot "and 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 ooi.Burle? tobaceo 'for Sale. It is 9 miles from Campbellsviile, in Taylor county. will be sold iDjlots of 50 acres or It - more-- Sewing Machines, Olockb, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. - -- Address Taylor Pruett&rJat vlsc I"- - tf after- - flfr . fyfttrflYfr:.i;g. 4ttL " Campbellsviile, Ey. We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. tn and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESEPfFg -- Come -- CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED ALSO Methodist Church Enters YPrey. , SSsa?r . -- Continued from sage 3. THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Tkrs. & Sat. Night DYEING AND ALTERING DONE I HAVE AN EXPERIENCED MAN. oldI-ioth- . tfiat battlefield. Our Church will" not only minister to the people of Ypres and the surrounding territory, but it will also serve these visitors." NELL BuitacM CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. j 1 building? W. E. HARRIS. &m WE INSURE Great Plant in Brussels. . The Methodists have also purchased H a great building in Brussels,- which will be their headquarters 'for' Europe. It will contain offices, an auditorium, reading and lecture rooms, a publish ing plant and social equipment The general secretaries of the two ReiMenct Phone 13 B Prote'stant bodies of Belgium, the state Church and-th- e free Church, will have offices in this building, thus OR. making it the Protestant center of - Phone EVERYTHING IN J. NMURRELL Belgium. TOBACCO Southern Methodists have also pur DENTIST) chased a. hlf interest in th) Protest-. ant hoi:al of Erus-T"It will be enlarge 1 and its cayiiy will be Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg doubled. t 4 i IN FARM BARNS Better See Us Before It ; Happens. Q. R. REED; Columbia, -- D,- $ Relief Stations Established. . up Staus. Asphalt. Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. ROOFING Stael Fence Posts DEHL P BROS. I - - - Keutucky. was there to make a sketch of er. Luncheon was just over, and ehe was talking to a little knot of women. The first words I heard, werj I slid quietly into a nearby seat,pie "National Biscuit," recalling antly my own tasty Uneeda Xum xm. I liked ner, and fortably as she spoke a; and ears busy. "Between the dark and daylight,' -- ishe was quctting. "theres always bit of paus tseems. waiting and listening for th Since they were tin; children. things, I've .given that hour to xmmes. n irsc i naa w Then, when the -- r to toddle, I me in rav. no one Childi dren's Hour like a feast. For ttta tiny toddlers there is a varied menu, sometimes Ujieeda Biscuit nd milk, sometimes Graham Crack- rs. Oatmeal Crackers or lunch Bis cuit. This is changed on special occasions to Old Time Sugar 3ook Newtons and, rarest of re days when we had ce cream and Nabisco, and those were our party days. Don't think mv hour is Just a us happily. hat is all, and made us sure they .vould keep coming every day for you and I both know we must feed children, as we must ,es, if we would Also Ellwood and American Fence. Dr. Beauchamp reported that thousands of children will freeze to deat'a Columbia, - Kentucky this winter,, because the Germans flooded the mines and filled them, with concrete, thus making jt impossible for tlu. people to obtain fuel. "Children, with their mothers," said CO- Dr. Beauchamp, "are now living In s the abandoned trenches and; Incorporated Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist left by the enemy." Caat rialkei Street Between First and Brook In order to cope with the situation Special attention given Diset ses of a II 6 the Methodists have arranged to open Louisville, Ky. relief stations at Ypres, St. Quentin, Animals Domestic Monfdidier, Belgrade and. other points. A full contingent of "physicians, Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on nursesr directors and social workers Jamestown road. will be sent abroad as soon as they can be found. ll4G. The Church" has a fund of $5,000,000 Phone for European construction work. This Columbia, Ky. 3C30G(0)C3&0(- will be spent in Servia, Prance, Belgium,- Poland and Bohemia. V. H. Jonfes dug-out- ! W. T. PRICE - SURETY BONDS f ! AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAlRJatid ADJOINING COUNTIES FIR.E INSURANCE, LIFE . Used 40 Y&irs INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. d after their ways like tent. tern Led ' 0SC lilt b. C CARDUI J 1 5 Tbr Tin Wmm's Tonic - J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CBEEK, KY. " aeiefOK! K)K)K Columbia Barber Shop &53 X.O"3T !.--' lis : - too-- ; i 'Tere ten V pad of "w: the unanimous Vote of the family. NATIOKALWSCUnr COKftWf top of today's market list by At the eir oold cvwrywiwe . " " J m quioc-ncui-r t ZL t . ,. t Pred'Acts cm be.' Darter tb tenMet J!3QbBt' tractable after theyrt Jutd' y trs. when ray babies were growing -- Something to eat CBit f v?t sever 'nateed tite Cail- "National tt filaisnw always bfa. 'tm " 4Tou see, even .jrent on. "are nuch . aaala. Thev Ate most Hour. oe "rbut always ays dainty, al a" seem enough hour For XUicunallsm. Sore Kfoscles. KeuralirlA. TizA ftcheUMdache ud mU oaln. Mcnrr hade II It laQS to ease aav ache or Dais, la anv cart ol tbA bodv --, la iwtmr nunutcs. racococ AT DRUCCISTS, or cy nailpctlpaid. c LOWE only Ntional arHroft- - gry EDr mult in IT MAKES MM MIL BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Xxlottaa. KT. AlSanltary Shop, where both Satisfactionand O Gratification are Guaranteed. ' -- pound. The ow&r will ylwue call SfM by the Jewries Hardware ?- - Oive ui a Trial and I3e Convinced. ! i' $ 5K f & X Ske wkmmwkwm tip .r -- - s "V. V u r.A --..- . i . ' - " V ADAIRIC0UNTiT3X2WS y A. - REMOLD NEW WORLD TASK FOR NATIONS MUST BE DONE WITH ALL PEOPLE "ON THEIR NERVES," DECLARE8 DR. J. R. MOTT. TALKS TO STATE Y. H. G. A. Plastic From War's Blasts All th Nations Can Be Shaped to New Ideals. After an absence of twenty years, Dr. John It. Mott, of New York, the General Secretary of the International Committee of the Y. M. C. A., was the guest of Louisville and Kentucky on conferthe occasion of the state-wid- e ence on the second of the month. Dr. Mott was. given a remarkable reception, and In the opening words of his address at the evening dinner, precipitated a volume of cheers and great enthusiasm from the three hundred and 'fifty people in the spacious auditorium of the Seelbach HoteL "We have come out into a new day, e day of citizenship, and we'll follow our President In this great undertaking of reaching out 'to help the nations of the world." he declared Hisex- - presslon brought astonn of applause, which grew Into loud cheers of "enthusiasm.. Continuing, Dr. Mott paid a glowing tribute to the hard work, unselfishness and sacrifices of President Wilson. .He spoke touchingly of the adverse news from Washington concerning the condition of 'the' chief executive, and askedthat he be specially remembered In the prayers of the audience that "God would spare him to the American people In a time when he is bo sorely needed." "I think If he could be here tonight and hear your cheers lie would be heartened," Dr. Mott said. Allies Want Y. M. C. A. in Armies. In his discourse Dr. Mott disclosed that evjsry one of the allies of the United States, to the number,, of twenty, have expressed the desire to have the Y. M. C. A. established in their standing armies as a result of the observation of Its workings in the American army, and it only remains for the k1 Mrd' ill I tf 21 w u 'igarettes John R. Mott. United States Senate,, he said, to de cide that this country will "try the, rxperlraent" of running the army with- out It He predicted that it will bean experiment of short duraHon, and that the "Y" work will be resumed on the old basis before a great while. Dr. Mott addressed six meetings Thursday, completing a strenuous day, and leaving that night for Cincinnati, reaching 'Washington City the following Saturday for an Important confer ence. & They "Win You On Quality! S tH .. h- ?' i . . " (Witt . , - "V,- - rmmm X.a citarettea; or ten pckaes. 200 cigarettes) in a glasalne. paper-covercarton., Ye strongly recommend this' carton for the home or office supply or when yoa travel' Camels are aoo J ij. . hen in tcientifically sealed packeges-o30 f ed Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing' flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You Bite is eliminever tasted such a cigarette is a cheerful absence of any nated and there or any ununpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e ! pleasant cigaretty odor 1 - I I a l J" T' Paull Drug Company, T Columbia, Ky. I 9 5 w m - r "" - - - ww . , , r- -- AUTOMOBILE LINE 8 Columbia and GamoDelisville Mail Car Ford Car 1 5 The luncheon meeting for state secretaries and district chairmen was widely representative of Kentucky, according to the word of State Y. M. C. A. officers, and the dinner meeting In the evening was equally representative of Louisville. The quota of this city in' the coming campaign, $41,000, was announced. The luncheon was presided over by lulu Anderson of Louisville, the president of the State Y. M. C. A. and --campaign chairman. General Chas. P. Summerall, Commander of the First Division, the famous "Fighting Firs! In France," and new commander ol Camp Taylor, was the first speaker ol the program and the first appearance -- mSAi i&s Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable full-boand certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! dy LJ r rlLjV I A IT $1-5- 0 $2.00 Round TriP' Round Trip, $2-7- $3.50 Cm. Special Attention to Traveling Men hf t c t -- ...v. accouni oi uic utcusc i.w ui Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: r ua l i: i;nnn vv. ., ii.A-M,n- ", 8 8 8 8 Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price for quality, flavor, satisfaction. No matter 8 8 of the general as a ville. speakers Louis- how liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste! Winston-Salem- 8 B Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:3Q p. m. and 1 8 p. m. 8 8 PHONES:" ) ) Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE.- - . -- JWHXEitNlNGllRhDYEING. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, HFURS, ETC. Send Via ParceI Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS .617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, Known all over America. -- k,enainHoof ing afir--- - T&dkkfw sa lipijtij , l Certain-tee- d " " . 'pertain-tee- .renders a waif' service. saves war supplies, because it is d 'jnads' 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 compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires theminimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves War labor It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof ; and no skill is required-any- one who will follow the simple directions that cotnt packed in the center ofxoll can lay it correctly. The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d countries ; irmi lie nuu visited tuluw uie msj rendered, 'ana saia In spbstance: world, too,Europe six 'The crooning Inspiration of--' the 4e,vnr zones of of the vorld'times today whl war during th&-- course T. M. O. A. was sending the splendid miles on the to deal w: traveled romenr who brought the spirit o the and hadfronts Prai eastern .. mothers and sisters to the soldiers. Continuing, the speaker said : It is. "I They sustained the splendid, morale of an impoverished world, also, for up to m.'i a the army, Am permanently located in Co, winning and were a real factor. In Lslx months ago it, .had cost over 260 ft the war." ; far Mr. P. C Dlx, the State Secretaryt billions of dollars it Is an exhausted am sure you world both economically and vitally, reaching this progrBnmay be. Be Iumbia. made a ringing statement of the actual achievements' of the State T. M. G. A., as demonstrated by the 11,000,000 cause of this, I would like to say that dwelling upon the results secured bj graves that have been filled because of by a pecuftar circumstance, I havt All ClaftHftji of Dental work done. Crow a. sorrow; It Is the 'district scheme of organization. the struggle and world,-fb-still iLall my been able to get a larger view a seting and suffering ting as it were on the effect of Just He said there Is a Y 1L O. A. secre' ,rli and Inlay work.a'Specfall-ysix visits to the wnr zones I" spent .what such an .enterprise may actary competent and experienced In Y. much, of my time fn the homes, and not complish ; by reason of the fact that I M. C. A. work and a committee back one that LVcan recall but had been have traveled In every country In the AII Work Quaran feed of him, for every ten counties In the visited-oncKY. and often many times, world, have been associated with the state. This plan has been in actual, by the. dark shadow of death." peoples and leaders of so many na- - . operation forHhej past. two-yeand . tlons, and have watched the virus oi I The World Is "On Its Nerves." Office. Is not a piece of lmalrlnatlbn. caused Dr. Mott said that the, people every- Bolshevism, which seeks to cleave the by the war and presented as paper plans. The work presented" In th wuere Impressed him as being "on nations Into class hatred, spread over V State Y. M. C. A. publication. "At If their nerves" and In a state of'irrt Europe and the United States. 1 for Seventy-flv-e was a real tablllty, which Ts productive of would say that yon can have no concriticism. He. declared that it Iff a ception of the multiplying possibilities report of statewide activities that wonderful lime to live when 'a. whole of this program ; or of the healing pos-the entire state. "Onrn maWM It po8inis world Inaccessible to new Ideas, Com- - albllltles ot Its application. It Is a. chlnery," ho eah every i paranveiy speaKing, in is an unsemsn pivotal campaign. There will be new nioSBflgO to for us to cany high .chool luuhif utato la a period oK world, too, he A'ald, for although It Is energies released. It looks Into the 9Lw WT cloven days, and If It "Were not for not so unselfish as It was a year ago, successes Und visions of the churches."' or two years ago, it Is far more unArmy "Y" Men Elect. some of jrbu cora bo iia of the plucc-aThe Army Y. M; C. A., attending the counties that liave no railroads selfish Jhaa before the war. rom, t "I had thought that I might sea one conference, about 100 In number, met In thorn, we could roako It In less thno than' this." "Now our most timely of two nations plastic, but I never In- the afternoon and organized the question la,' he continued, "will you thought to see a whole world molten I Army Y. M. C. A, Olub. Harry V. Me- Chpsney of Frankfort was elected, mfiko It frdssllrte for the State "3& M.. 0. and ' plastic a& Is theworl today hard In a new president; GIbney Oscar Letcher oi ; to maintain and extend lta scheme but ItJ will set, and-sa- t wtfrk so as to care for the needsf mold,- "and this Is the golden dppor Henderson, vice president, and L. X ,youhg men nnd hoys In the small coun tunlty of ah. organization like the Y. Carter of Louisville, secretary aatf ties of the unorganized" fields, or will M. C. A which, can render a unique toaasurer. V ua service at this" time beeause or lta nTnr.0iioii tn.rortiirv. lf nrimnlzn. I ednttfet with both capital and labor In eej)ur New Line. Jon to such, un extent that Borne other tfie Industrial unrest; Its forward mo-looking TSJeBSSSSSlkkVk; tlve will be other than 'the rellgtoua young program-I- the development ol- Shoes, Rubber footwear, manhood physically, Intellectn-r1 Shirts, work Shirts, Hats, one Upv.-i- i. fivjinwinfr T. Nooe f oily, an spiritually, can jheA de- - Caps, and all other kinds-omerohan--v ' of Frankfort eloquently advocated the termlnlng factor In the molding of the rlieo-.ir policy of the Y, M.X5. A.', occupying nations, tot I have been: thrown with Union Store. leaders of many ot the nations, the entire field and offered, a 'motion 'the eqiaally and .'none of theajT are .sure that they to that effect; seconded lir-a-n earnest and eloquent toneby 31bnej Oscar Letcher an attorney j)'f)Hen der'soh. 'On the call of the campaign; director. C. A. Tevebaugh.'se'very dis Sv trict from tho "Purchase" to the Big. Sandy reported organization and:a .. -quota of the acceptance I BftVii'QjH' 8 8 "I am no ' speaker," said General Summerall, "but anyone is able to talk on such a subject as the work of the. Y. M. C. A. in the war." General Summerall'spoke eloquently rn he great .service, .the Y. 31.. 3. A. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO , 0. N. C ' r y - mW MEPP, dentist; 70 v eaSHEniow r e, ars - J - reft-rssente- d . jf"'' ill' fS' ! - i-- f -- - tM0 yy organlzation-.wIlLcomeJn'whos-- e- n TJrider-wear.Ti- ne Mr-ni- t' f -- - , "" Cane-Valley- ,' V -- i j- - u- LJ ht-art- of-the- &&. Six USER TMn Ag, TfciftJrk FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE dr. Ufa Ftr l Dr. Mott's AddresaT ... i It is now the standard roof i.JPf" for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc are recognized -- the-wor- ld h s proved .by its enormous sale. WMmm HHHlv John RI.Mfitt's address Avas'onefof tue most' Impressive discourses ever, The dlstln-delivered In Louisville introduced by Americanf-wa-s gulshed Dr. BT. MulUm?, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Sem- ' Ske Mk Ww n, Die, Says Texu Si Is Wtl, . 5hrMff i Prakts Bfe' ; Htc Rtcarerj. That was six ysara .igL and I am still nera and am. a "ws'' strong woman, and I owe my lift &-CarduL I had only, taken half CM) bottle when I began to the" better. lnary,ho,-inpresenting-th- e Guaranteed 5. 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d 'Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing t"ih rhCJ? V Office &Wareliouie in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d honor, called nttentlon to the many Sstm City, Tsx. Mrs.-- Mary Kil-mconspicuous positions at. leadership which Dr4Iott.has occupied. Among of tfils place, says "After- the these were head of- the Student Volun eoni- teer, Movement for years head of the: htrtk ot my little girl, , .my aids - -"f,enct4 organization, b the International I bad to go back ts M. O. A.: heaa or the war vorx ctdla; the doctor. .He Council of the Y. if C, A., and heaQ to 6tL. W "Though Edinburgh, onferenc. of-tiw.-;.bbetters - guest of iurtm, nt he a layman, Dr. Matt is tke outstanding a -- Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, 9 Sporting-Goo- d religious figure 0f th day; because th burns fire of his sDlrltual devs-ttostrong and so bright in the jsidst of H practical life;" concladed Dr, MHlllas. DfjnTn "T SANDERS f w &- deallns Terald viMa ttuit mC with a seV world-- i Blwikwi, qve- .lag worIA a world, to. yttefe .pHlse - Wth Ajf -- Wsjrfclf tst I.'wea . less... 7' The misery in n4y sI4s-g- ot right on taking tfcs Car4, IxsA m I continued tmtsd Eilssry until I had takes, thrss bsttlss aalll. got woTMai wdfSsuwtiVtks iie&d any mors for I was 'ft dl(t-o- t ru AcrsM...I sMvtitdMt aadWrer'fslt better la my'ltf...--- ! f- ssse tar xfoatiM &! sTeb4 iir'IsesiMs fseem tfcst 7 1- fI - a4 tand wWs F 7&r:-H- 'jk 0tt,.ftc s Brit f Tto'Irty-p- crimhUi-t'- i ottt4 iit;t;ri,:', sJ. itiias: y& Hi irttt ytiik. st MiMhri CMai ym4 try. I teM mt ImbetaA ;:h:WsM - sfty E, '? daytotUi," - B ye la mtmXkl Or t ie--d. v- Wits j " K. m aamammmSaW lssitms 9 '.. ft CAMPBBLLStII.IiE,. rr v. .RMT&6K - years t&t wotM on Mlwloos IWr fcoSA T( . rZ J ' J' 4 V) Wa i .rc)T ' i ' " " V .T5X r A THE 3SA1R.-' 11 '. .' -- -. 4 v ? 8 COUNTY NEWS. ing a letter from this city, Husband and I and little son, Clyde, left Kentucky, for thiB place, September 11, 1918 I came here for my health, and I y feel that I have been greatly To-dWestesday is'Gone. is Fleeting. benefitted by comipg. We like Never Comes. fine, and I think it is the greatest Kentucky. We on t An3 to keep up with this 20th Century you need a clock that will keep have nice weather here in Sum-me- r. the Correct Time. d .We had our' first snow Why should you bother youmefghbor every few minutes to ask what Cume it is when you can own a nice clock. I have just received a nica Friday night November the Alarm, and Mantle Clocks. If you need one call and seventh, there is still plenty of look my line over. snow on tiie ground and the L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, mountains are covered in snow. -Columbia, Kentucky. I must say something of my trips to the mountains. We would go .sight seeing in the summer. We TfcBnTsglving'was generally observKnifl ev. 1 bare. es ttent to the Cave of the . Wind?. The services at the Metho stcJhurch was largely attended, and sure is a beautiful place, and The health of this community it sii'G:mon, by Re" R. V. Rennett, we visited the Garden of the'Gods cffxsCull of interest. The song ser- is very good at the present time. and the Ballanced Rock, Steam who has Mr. T. E. Wright, fs' .as ras also enchanting. boat Rock, we saw the petrified contracted .with Gowdy and Par-rot- t, EG cained .constantly We. took a trip to the duriDg last to saw the timber on John Indians. irtssSay night and until the middle of South- Cheyenne Canon and day Wednesday. The water Arnsld'a farm, have got their Seven Falls. A Mr. and Mrs. sfcs ciurses were out of banks and Pettits-- mill set and are at work. Jones were with us, and we went fc was higher than for several years Miss Nannie Cox spent last on the stVeetcar aa far as Strat-o- n week with her sister, Mrs. Park and we preferred hiking Emma Arnold. from there, as it was only about Work has begun on thebank, one mile andwa half from the car which is to be at this place. Knifley is a thriving little town. line and when we reached the IthaB three dry goods'stares.a Falls there were 287 steps lead ing to the top, being a height of blacksmith shop, a meal and flour exchange and will soon have a 300 feet. We went to the top of the steps and took our lunch new bank. track, the old IHade in the Mr. Frank Gabbert, pf and spent the day up there. We Southern standard, .which fits your Tiay frames, wagon beds ana tne Campbelisville, the Insurance had a nice time, although we oi J50Ul,aern country roaus. man, was in our midst one day were very tired when we reached home in the evening. I will last week, v , Mr. Alf Chandler has about write again some time if this completed his new residence, happens to escape the waste Strain Comet" basket I will- - close with best heavy strain which ne erected in Knifley. .4 nlantation Mr. James S. Hoviousf jfib'hai 'wishes'" to the News alii slLtny kit oversize ' oned. had a cancet-- on his ankle for Adair county friends. (p track. Respectfully. Lwriteus. aeveial years, had to goto LouisP..K5 ville to have his Rena Bryant. foot taken off. v Killing hogs is the order of the Weed. dayin this neighborhood and there ae plenty of spare ribs, entertainment at the fQa. ac'unt of so much wet back botifes and sausage to eat .. The school house was largely attend Mr. Thad Sanders and wife, reather wheat sowing is late. ea. xney nad about twenty- iri 'HliEpis for the &uite alo: of corn is injured by who past "year are visiting friends stage pieces and '.good music by tthe wet weather. the Wifson strinjpband. 'Roy and relatives in this 8 jrn to the wife v A series of meetings have beOct, 27th a girl. To the wife of Mr, John Leslie Pike's wife is gun at the church, "conducted by John White Nov, 5th Mrs. Sam JPierce and mother, awful low at this writing, with Bro Thompaon. There is plenty" of measles in Mrs. Mary Grider, visited Mrs. typhoid fever. Sent 3ryant last Wednesday Mr.- - Virgil Parnell, of 'this this country now. Those who ;and ckatned off the grave yard neighborhood, left for Louisville dont 'want them had better look ' at that place, where they have and arrived in Wadsworth, Ohio, out. t r Aunt Harriet Yarberry spent one day last week. gaved ones sleeping. The school at this place is a day with your scribe this week. 3S.-and Mrs. Henry Bryant Prof. Harness gives an, enterunder the sarin leave in a few days for; progressing nicely of Mrs. W. B. tainment real soon. Indianapolis, Ind., ' to be with management vd' Mr. Ben Yarberry ' jtheir sons, .who are employed in Hovious. ehateity Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hendrick-so- n to his farm on Pettits Fork. We and Mr. and Mrs. Charles are sorry to give Mr, Yarberfy are good people, we are sorry to He has made us a good Campbell, were hx this neigh- up. give them up. neighbor. Mr. and Mrs. ,H. P. Conover borhood a few days ago, looking and JurJIe son, Allen; spent a day for a Io'ealion?- Mr. Campbell, JThere are Jots of land deals through the country. A farm eceiitly with T. P. Bryant an v?.iS'tobej;he cashier, of the new changes jKands most eve"ry day. pans, at this places v ;amilly. . " tienr arrott, t 'Most of the boys.'who went JKrj. (Lora Bryant, who has :ir. Campbelisville, was in thisneigh- - North" in the a&ing are return een very Jo w all summer, seems inghome. They say that work borhood one day last e.ek.. to he slowly Improving. Dr. J.C, Gose and tamife igjgood. . "Urs. Mary Ellis and sons of visited There have been several hogs Mr. H. B. Ingram an Ttillyton, visited her son, Edgar, wife, otfColumbia, last Sunday. knocked down this last cold spell. i id her brother. W. J.'Gabbert, Most of the Mr George Bault and family, farmers are t week. la visited at Wyatt Garners oneway; through gathering corn. They l "Mrs? W. P. Bryant visited her' last week. " are pleasedjwith the crop.s Herearelthe riames of three relatives at Garlin last "week, The tnrn pike between Green asd attended the meeting. river and this place, is Rearing of the oldest men there are in Adair Co. Daniel Mooneyham He and Mrs. Barger, Mr. and completion. Lewis Moore, "SIra. 'Kent 'Bryant, called onMr. Mn Silas "Christie purchased a age ninety-threage ninety; Joel Moore, age hViisemnd lot from Mr. Lee and Mrs. Pierce last Sunday. .eighty-fivThey are all well J4ias .Maty .Reeves was the Chapel, of this place, aliso a g4est o?TSKss ,"Lula Bryaat last small grist mill, , from Jessee and happy.' There are plenty of masts Sapp. Consideration unknown. Sunday. around hereimd the squirrels are .''Mr. Reeves and family, Mr., fat, but not many killed. toloradt SfKins Cold: . Mrs. R. A. Montgomery .jecttaB,t Sunday at the kome of "What did pepole do before-th- e Editor News: Young. ace of the telephone? Jir. Taylor Iamaradtr of the Adaircounty eastern pr6feeor. Well, asks an for on$ TTedJ NewaCtlud I enjoy reading Ei. G. Montgomery, the thin, they enjoyed a few quiet Itittttman and W. G. itoy left letters freei home a&d other moBMnta now and then ' and mk Sunday, for , S&mtmtmU; pkoetf 'I thought pwbap oeie profanity waa unknown. ;, ? one wwki b inUriiUd ia m4-- Chieage America.- - trJt TIME FLIES ay 4"Q"O"O"O"0"Q4"Q"9"Q' Q"fr44444fe9e TO r B B WHERE BUY J. t t g 41 To-morr- ow earth-excep- I Yffl IR fiina-ofiKltche- s. - Clothing Hats, Caps, Gloves. Shoes, etc. 5 - H t LADIES' DRESS t UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS. GOODS. p,M All Woo T 4 Cotton Blankets S Wide Track 60-in- ch Furniture, arpets, Rugs, Davenports Phone No. 12. t ypagons fc Albin Murray ia, a-iumb- Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. 4$$M9MBMfr$$$$$44$$$4e$$4 Let home stand before all other things! No matter how high your ambition may transcend its duties, no matter how far your influence may reach beyond its doors, before everything else build a true home ! ihen from its walls shall come forth the true woman and trne man, who shall together rule and bless the land". IsHhis an over wraught picture? We think not. What honor can be. greater than to found such a iiome? Whatdignity higher than io, reign its undisputed mistress? What is the ability to speak from a public platform to large, intelligent audiences, or the wisdom 'that may command a seat on the judge's bench, compared to that which an insure and preisde over a true home, that husband and children "rise and'call her r have-Jbee- blessed? To be the guiding star, structive criticism, but by giving plans of the ruling spirit in such a position voice to is higher honor than to rule an improvement. empire. "Qui! Knocking." well-founde- d of-Ome- r Did you ever stop to think that there are two kinds of and criticism-destruc- tive - has-mo- -- " .. constructive? And before we offer criticism of our town or the people in ir, we should stop to consider under which class our words will fall If we decide the criticism is destructive, we should not utter it But if it constructive, if it offers something better, then we should not hesitate, either because of being criticised ourselves, because or because of of any other reason, to give our criticism. We should try to better our, surroundings when possible, not by means of ruthless, de- ss, ''Talk about the advantages of. your town instead of trying to figure out the disadvantages. Speak of the bright side of your business instead of the imaginary dull side. There is nothing that goe3 without being propelled. You injure yourself, your business, and your town by getting into the dump3. When your liver is out of order, go to the woods, or some hiding place, until you are better. The world look3 blue to a man with a bad indi. gestion. Cure yourself first, and then everything else will appear all right." From the OIney Ad vocate. -- -- -- w -- fric& Chemical Go's. EefetiHzers are made to SUIT yotii' LAND. -- rv m , It's made todrill good '- Bags are sewed good. - e; e. OLD TTME TOBACCO. GROWER, HAS LOTS OF POTASH. .& K If there is no agent near yoti yJto sells this goods Write '"-- v-- -- PRICE CHEMICAL W, "26th and Maple Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. v -- pp i - jy J T- 3r fi &