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Visit to Campbellsviiie. The Community Singing. Thursday night was the date for the Community singing in the interest of the Y. M. C. A. The people gathered at the Methodist church and spent two hours in singing patriotic and re ligious songs. The meeting was called io order by Eev. B. T. Watson and the singing was conducted by Eev. Baaf, of Lebanon, Miss Alice Walker at the organ. The spirit of the sing ing was lively, everybody in the conparticipating It was a gregation very enjoyable meeting and at the conclusion quite a sum of money was subscribed for the work. Rev. Raaf will return to Columbia in January. Birthday Party. ft I The Bride Known Here. Married in Jeff. Xast Friday Mr. Clef Tarter, who Thanksgiving On last Tuesday evening Miss Katie morning there An airplane from Louisville attract- Is one of the firm of the. Auto Line beMurrell gave her mother Mrs. Cqrihriej was quite a swell wedding in Earling- - ed quite a bit of attention here. last Russell, Mr. Doo Walker, Mrs. Daisy tween this place and Campbellsviiie, Murrell, a surprise party in celebra- :.tOfy Sy when Mr. Baker Eugate led Sunday, afternoon. It sailed over the Hamlett and the writer made a busiand Miss Alta Price, who resided in ness trip to the capltol of 'Taylor. tion of her birthday. Mrs. Murrell) ,MIssElizabeth Kemp to the altar. town about 12:30 and was observed by the last named place, went to Jeffer- - . After seeing the parties they went was invited to go calling early In the. .The bride ;js known to the young peri- - every body who were not at Church jp sonville and were married. Th evening, while the guests vere arri :p.le of Columbia, having visited Miss services, itlltrln.afield.ot Mr Tilden to meet, a look over a portion of the. couple are now at the home of the . ing. When she, came home abOntf Katie Murrell upon two different oc- - Wllcoxsln, one mile out of Columbia .city was taken, meeting quite a nums groom's father, this place, seven thlrtv she was much surorlieA.- ,U31UU3. The' home paper says she and remained until Monday morning. ber of friends in their rounds. ." of their many friends- -. , .. . so una cne nouse unea wun gueew iWas the most popular joung lady in Hundreds of people went out to see it. Main street was not enjoying its usual activity, especially the merana naa to oe ooia tnat id was. n Darlington, and that .her presents Two men were with it and they were Public Sale. were numerons and costly. This un- enroute to Bowling Green. birthday party. chants and grocerymen. The fuel ' tri On Thursday, Dec. 18, 1919, will ofMrs. Mary Caldwell baked a beauti ion fulfills an engagement of long law Is in force In that city, the order WO. 6769. fer for sale at my late home, four miles ' ful birthday cake, which was decorat standing. The groom is a native, but forcing them not to open their places v KESBKVE DISTBICT NO. 8. south of Columbia, on Jamestown ed with sixteen candles. Mrs. Murrell :Ue Is filing a, lucrative position. in St. .v of business until 9 a. m., and the road the following: 1 Combined horse cTccing order, 4 in the afternoont Just declared she was just sixteen .and- S3ls fSoonafter the ceremony the .twuple leftfor the groom's place of 9 years old; 2 good mares 3 and 6 years from the fun whfch everyone hadooe how long this edict will be in force is OF TrlE CONDITION OF old; 2 fine weanling mare mules; 1 good could well believe that no one present ibbsiness, 'all 'Earlington being at the not now known. It is altogether in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. depot to give them the parting hand, milkcowGjearsold, to be fresn the the hands of the government that is We found Mr. Herman V. Shlvely was older. ' making an effort to save coal during the Jeweler, busy. In fact he told us Mrs. Murrell received many ffca .followed, by showers - of rice. last of this month; 3jyear oTcTcow-wii- li, AT COLUMBIA, IS" THE STATE ' ' troublesome strike times. he could not attend to his busi- - ents, which were placed on a tableflor that OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE young calf; 7 year old cow and three 4W For Sale. helfere. 2 purebred Duroc Jersey sows? see when she arrived. Theoutlook: for the tobaccq'vmarket ness-fro9 a. m., to 4 p. m., alL the her to OF BUSINESS NOV. 17, 1919. e iseryatterrng,'o-TbiS1saleserwill farrow last of Feb. 19 s'tock hogs; to time he had under the fuel law. He Mrs. Hamlett dang beautifully "The EESOUBCES. 80 white Leghorn chickens; farming Jersey Loans and discounts, including reFriday and the growers wefe, carries a most inviting stock for the End of a Perfect Day,11 and several Three throughbred jbpen hauling their crops to the loose leaf holidays. tools, wagon, riding cultivator, 2 discounts, (except those shown other favorite selections of the )ong milch cows For Sale. S31S 5 Inbandc) 62 plows, double shovel, a harrow, mowago. She was accompanied by Miss house, which is one of the most corn- We made diligent inquiry for our Joe Barbee. 3318 5&t (2 Total Loans ing machine, baggy, buggy pole, corn Deposited to secure circulation modlousin the State. Buyers from steadfast friend, J. E. Gowdy, and Alice Walker. U. 8. Bonds (par value)... S25 000 Ttje CoJIeens Company. were arriving, and by Fri- were told that he was out, selling drill, set of good double harness, a lot the cities Delicious refreshments were served S 21 050 Owned and unpledged day the 5th the hotels expected to be stock in his Blue Lick Spring, from and it was Tvith reluctance that the Total XT. S. Government securities. .. & 050 (0 of .harness of all kinds,, bridles . coliajg. Securities other than U.S. bonds etc., new set of blacksmith tools, ICO crowded. Every body was predicting which water that cures all ailments following sixteen year old girls.' said The first .number of the Lyceum (not including stocks) owned bu. corn, 50 bu. good oats, 3 stacks S33 317 41 good night: unpledged that jtobacco this season would bring of men flow. course was given a't the Paramount Total bonds, securities etc good hay 9 interest in telephone line. prices than last year. The better Mesdatnes Bettie Atkins, W. T. Theater last Wednesday evening, to v We met the younger member ol the 33 817 41 other than U.S. loose leaf house is a great enterprise firm o I. K. Miller & Son, who are McFarland, Tola Walker, H. N. Mil crowded hall. .The young ladles who Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Household and kitchen furniture, 1 800 CO (50 per cent of. subscription) lib Campbellsviiie, and the convenl--en- ce extensive wheat growers and dealers ler, J. C. Strange, Nannie Flqwers, entertained were Misses Aloina and 3 bedsteads, 1 one suit furValua of Banking House owned to growers io the way of saving in blooded cattle. This firm grows Mollie Nell, Jesse Whlt9, B. T.j Wati-- Gladys Peterson, sisters, Miss Pauline SI 000 00 1000 00 niture, Davenport, and unincumbered. couches, chairs, , money can not be estimated. moro fine variety of wheat and raises son, Daisy Hamlett, Woodruff Fib wers, Armstrong and Miss Edwinna De- - Furniture and fixtures-.- charged oft time and tables, drugget, Iirge mirrow, 2 stoves, Ee- y Lawful reserve with Federal ...... . .. ... ., . Mr. J. R Davis, a sterling business more fine stock than any of their John Coy, G. B. Smith,, Emily Burton, vyicr, an irom unicago. xne program 23 867 23 cook stove, kitchen cabinet, etc. servu DtuiiL.,;.....n. Cash in vault and net amount due man of Campbellsviiie, is President of brother farmers and stock dealers of Mary Caldwell; Misses Minnie Kempj was music and reading. Ail four are Terms made known on day of sale. 64 79165 from National Banks G. B. YATES. the lioose Leaf Company, an exceed laylor county. The fact is, I. K. Moilie Jeffries, Alice Walker, Minnie talented and entertained to the de- Checks on other banks in the sa me city or town as reporting bank ingly accommodating man, who Miller & Son have stimulated other Triplett, Sue Baker, Frances Strange light of the large audience. Credit is 633 10 other than item 16 A Dinner Dance. looks after the financial Total ol items 13. 11. 15. 16. end of the tillers of the soil by their methods, and Margaret Hamlett. Mrs Murrell due the Woman's Club of Columbia 65 424 7i and 17 business, and who sees that every and there is a much tbetter grade of was also made happy by the remem- for putting on this evening of pleas- Checks on banks located outside of Dr. and Mrs. Henry W Depp grower gets his just due. Setie pros stock in Taylor than was there before brances of Mrs. W. W. Jones, Mrs. ure and ihere are city or town of reporting bank others to follow. 493 66 delightfully and other cash items entertained on Tuesday-last-, pects indicate at this time a much they became cielzens of the county. Rollin Hurt and Mrs. Nat Walker. Such entertainments are not only en- Redemption fund with U. S. - "largerbusiness than the year 1918. at their home on BurkesvlUe Treasurer and due from U. S. It While Main street has many attrac joyable, but they are elevating, 1250,00 street, with a dinner and dance, Treasurer...;.,....,.., For iale. for is to the interest of every grower to tive business houses, the resident part in every particular." In Interest earned but not collected- Misses Cornell and Griffith. Misses approximate on Notes and Bills patronage the home markets. of Campbellsviiie is simply beautiful. An extra good, thorougbred Jersey fact, the performances were lovely 3 277 46 Susan Miller and Julia Eubank were Receivable not past due We found Mr. W. H. Wilson at his We do not know of a town of its size and their renditions perfectly demilch cow, 4 years old. Will be fresh Total. 5103 550 15 dinner guests, while about thirty adplace pf entertainment, and he in- that has as many beautiful homes, in March. See me at the office, or lightful." - - UABIIiITlES. ditional guests came in to dance later formed us that he was doing a all the lawns being exceedingly at '. write, E. L-- Feese, 25 00000 fn Capital stock paid in the evening. The dinner was a Basket Bali. I with his hotel. tractive 33 600 00 Surplus fund P. O. Box 190. Columbia, Ky. regular Thanksgiving dinner, and 92 37 Undivided profits Mr. G. W. Redman, who is one of The popular firm of Buchanon Lyon Less current expenses, inpunch and wafers were served to the Campbellsvilie's leading citizens, Company continues to do an immense Friday nightl at C. H. S. Gym. 2 029 03 5 891 89 Conveyed to Lebanbn. terest and taxes paid dancers during the evening. President of the Bank of Campbells- business, wholesale and retail. A 7:00 p.m., R. C. A. College vs Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance of maviiie, has been in a hospital, at Louis" large force of salesmen are employed Mr J.-- R. Garnett, who is a victim turity and not earned approxDo You Want a High Grade CertifiColumbia Ath, Glub. 692 57 imate vine, for the past two months. He and they are constantly busy. This of appendicitisf was conveyed to Eliza 853 33 Amount reserved for taxes accrued cate? underwent a very serious operation firm are agents for the Ford machine beth Hospital, Lebanon, Tuesday. pjfq Died in Texas. 24 500 00 Circulating Notes outstanding. . Individual deposits subject to and has not recovered sufflcienty to and it does not receive them from the last week. He stood the trip Wy1; 313 107 311 check....;..... oe brought home. We were - told factory as fast as It can sell them. well. The surgeon is now getting his Mr. J. Wiley Smith,, who, when a Total of demand deposits (other Attend the Normal Department of than bank deposits (subject to that he had written that he expected In this connection here is a little sto- system in. proper condition for the young man, lived in Columbia and The Russell Creek jf Academy. Term Reserve, Items 84. 35. 36. 37. to leave the infirmary in a feV? dajs ry about the Ford:. A minister was operation, which will be performed, was a salesman in the dry goods store 33. and 39(... ,.... 8313 107 3t opens Monday, Jan. 5th, 1920. Tui for Campbellsviiie. preaching, and"-h-e took occasion to it is believed, the first of this week' of W. H. Walker, died in Honey Grove, Total 1403 550 15 tion, 3.50 per month, Board, now The new school building which is speak of auto riding after night. He His friends are anxious about hlmy Texas, on November the '20th, a vic- - State op Kentucky,") being erected on the old Greensburg said "that the Ford car was sending and will be glad when the news comesv 'tlm of pneumonia. He was sixty-fiv- e only, $1260 per month. County of Adair J I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above road, opposite Brookside Cemetery, is more girls to h 11 than any other that he is on the road to recovery.' years old and a prominent and useFor farther information address R. named bank, do solemnly sear that the above progressing very nicely. It. will ' be a agency in the world." An old sister citizen. He leaves a wife- - and statement is true to the best of my knowledge Garnett Graves, Normal Instructor, ful Taylor Wade, a colored man, aboutr magnificent structure, and the tax- in the congregation hallooed "Amen " e. H. Hugher, Cashier. three children. The deceased was- a and belief. Campbellsviiie, Ky. 64 years old, died on the Glasgow-road- i Subscribed and payers of that school district do them-selv- When the minister concluded he went half brother of'Mrs. W-- - CfMurrell, day of Nov.. 1919. sworn, to before me this. 26th. proud in building itr to the old saint In Isreal and said: in the suburbs of Columbia. last this place. A brother of thedeceased,, Leonora Lowe. ilr. W. fl. GiU and family left Mor"-- r Notary Public Mr. j. w. Kerr,, who has an office "Why sister, 1 do nob understand you. Thursday night. He had been con- W, Haskin Smith, died in the same day for Macon, Miss., their future adjoining the New Merchant Hotel, You cried, amen when I said the fined for several months. The re- town one 'week before. He, too, was My Commission expires Jan. 20th. 1921. home. Our town is sorry to lose this Correct Attest: keeps fat writing life policies. He Ford car was sending more girls to mains were interred near Montpelier. afflicted with pneumonia) A wife excellent family, and we take pleasure Braxton Massie. W: H Wade is a a Z.T. Williams. has been a friendtp The Adair Count and three children surylve'hirri. In commending it to the good people than any other agency, What did He leaves wife. JohnD.ixrwe. Directors.-- . " ty News for many years, and his pat- you mean?" "Well,"sald the old la- surviving brother. of its new home. Mr. Gill ls-- first r Mr. Jas. Cole. Baker- ronage and Influence i$ highly appre- dy, they tell me it matters not where A letter irom class farmer and his sods and'daugh't- By your fruit and candy at the 'Down Go Hip Prices. ciated by the management. -you, it will be sure Novelty Shop, where it is always ton; Cumberland county;, says .thafclthe era are qualified' foi business- fthe Ford car takes Mr. G. H. Gowdy;the cashier-othe to bring you back." fresh and the prices are always back: .water it the Cumberland has Special For Wednesday anlTiw- rTaylor National Bank, and Dr. W. T We found the two printing offices right. We furnish you a basket donerquite alot of damage. Farmers Jhe Norsal Department of the Ro-sChandler, President of said bank,, busy with and the force at co carry itnome in jaosoiuceiy f in this section are hot hrough sowing sdl Creek. AcaJeiay opens Jan. 5th, have been permanent residents of each establishment' In fine spirits; Novelty Shoprj wheat. Tobbacco is sellingliigh some free. Burjer bringing $1.00 per pound. Mr. 1920. ToJliflH. duly $3.50 per ;oatfc, Campbellsviiie since they saw 'the We dined at the 'New Merchant HoMr. and'Mrs. Jo S. Knifleyare'nOw- - 'Francis "Seen and. family left this Bqajdnow,,oRly $121.60 per nitlUi. .Choke of aH$2:Q0 and $2,5$ light of day, and each of them reach tel, shook'-- ' the hand of pur friend, pictures for $1.00.. framed ed their majority sometime ago. We Miss Allene Meader, who happened to at their home on Frazer Avenue, re--i placeTf or Columbia,, their future home; write R. Garnett Graves, Noma! cehtly purchased of Mr. J. A. English; Ttoeyarfegood people, and Cfiofee ofali$i.50 4Mctures 7S could tell just how lopg.that has been, be present, and left for home. eaapbelisville, Ky. Mr. P. B Phelps and family have commend them to the residents of Novelty Shop but we do not want to embarrass the cents. pto the residence, on Greens- your town. Notice. A Wsrd trfihe Public. first named, as he is still living in 'sin: Missionary Sile. burg street, vacated by Mr. and "Mrs. gle blessedness(?) Each of Wanted-- A Number of Teachers. property to have been very successful fiAll subscriptions on Price's Chapel Knifley, who sold the ' Having sold my grocery business.to There will be a missionary sale at nancially. The latter is a skilled sur church are past due, 80 please hand or Mr. Phelps. Keen & Hoy ItaWethis means ofex Providence Baptist Churcbj next DepartMemt-Wgeon ana pnysician, but he does not send to.M. M. Hood, Columbia, Ky., To.'atttil pressing- - my appreciation to those who County Clerk Neat has issued, iri' seek practice,-fpref- ers And oblige, Com., - the last few days, marriage licenses, to the Russell Creek Academy Campbells-vill- e. so loyally patronized me while in busi- - Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Then to fill pre will be many useful articles offered ani scriptions at hlscorner drug store. tlfe following couples: CardelL Smith Ky. Tuition $3.50 per HWith. ness. AUjtnose wno owe uu duuuuub The Cane "Valley Bank started the the pablicjs Invited to attend. The J. M. Kearns, 'who has a machine and Eliza Felson; Walter England and Board, only $12.60 per mjmth. will please call and settle at once first day of this month and the direct proceeds, will be added to the amount shop on Main street, Is busy from the Compton; Jospph Wilson and JRespt. ory thinks the outlook is good for Bula partnnt opens Jan. 5th, (929. the church" is called upon to. pay Jn the. rising of the sun to the setting there- Alice Knight; Geo. Absher and Pearl V Bert Epperson. business. Mr. A. D. Patteson who $75,000,000 drjve. Write R. Garnett Graves, Normal la: of. He informed 'us' that he'was getMay Coffey. spent several year' in banks, Bertha-Youn- g , . Lost, a child's cape skin structor, Campbellsviiie, Ky. ting more work than he could possi- has went down and assisted in opening Commandery will meet in Lebanon jthe Baptist. church and the bly do on time. He said that bis cusMr.CoabyMaBeath, who is in Cold the books. its Asylum thiffCTuesday) morning at Mrs W. A 36ffey had her tonsils, homYof Dr. H. W Depp's office. Are-watomers were patient, knowing his sitradc for- the benefit of his health,' has' 10:30. Degrees will be conferred and removed and .some delicate work perwill be paid. Eggs sold at 70 cents in Columbia uation. Mr. Kearns formerly lived in accepted a position, in the Eckley Bank" a banquet will follow. All the mem- formed on her throat last Wednesday. Columbia. At present contractors last Wednesday. There were plenty-tJ Tnrkevs are to high too eat. It looks and his health Is Improving; He isaa? locality arerequested to be The, operation was skillfully done by are putting him up a residence on a meet all demands. At that price bers of this people will have to be resigned excelleat gentlemaa, reliable in every; Dr. E, P, Page, In Indianapolis. The like our plat of ground not far from his ma-ch- they are very enjoyable if you have present. meb fer Ohriafc-aaa-a particular. to ' r' k expected- to shop. newspaper, the kind we print th money. r The dUanew.' Wanted, watauts. T. G. BaMer. T. D. Eubank and. John. O Eubank, or tjwe.HjK en, continues to spar. tbis now. 98.50 .. ..; . fwsar Adaircouh"t citizen,- - were Henry Tup'man sold at the W. H. oer RevJr, i. Bay will preach at ZIoeQ- pounds. Many peperski'.tiM mmrttrnm wiiL,B.gHba t of Gtorgetewi, vW;Jt Bnrisha-j.31. ".F ; ftTUii.-.:i.j7t.- j5t rrr taey at tbir 5rt5cfclvr''pliif and GrlueteadpoultrhouseVlkstTrTurs I"- - 100 .' 7f. iron IHIUaUWf V KA FT boyfht, quie a lot rf eUkvl . ...- J. can ftioti ifad the ,raise?'iacFj .thatisiif Atir nxt Situ'riayafteraobu aadSaaday zrr Clyde Crenehaw, j?as kceplng-vii,doer' M ft.24-- " ' ifeetheelth. 5i: &?.' ,.tus.iniavdowB. dav. one veerlinif turkey for f f to,? awU'-,- ' Last Wednesday forenoon Mr. J. O. fc receiving-congratulation- m - . -- REPORT - - . m ' 1-- con-sisting- of first-clas- s splen-dld'buslne- ss h '', - es - h-1- 1 . . --- f K job-wor- k, -- : -- - these-en-tlem- en , the-Nof- f &' . glove.-te-twee- n rd - C-- r- r- - - -- in patlht - - mchr.kliot - . ,; r - - s sre t . -- . . . . lhL " - - -- -' "V' : 4fc49p.?V it. ; -- 7 "Joi r'tm"'- - i fL ADAIR COUNTY NEWS published in one small volume consisting of 56 pages The sta- TicFourteenth Decennial Gen- - tist cs of the 1910 census rectair- to be taken during the ed 12 volumes having an aggregate of more than 40,000 pages. January, 1920. 155 TfceSrst census of the United 'There were 6,361,502 farms iStsiss was take in 1790, during reported at the last decennial rtfee ta ministration of George census, valued at more than' 40 Wcdangton. It is related solely. Bullions of dollars. The 1920 cen sus iB expected to show more et&'geeulation T&5 Constitution of the United than 7,000,000 farms. States requires that a census of The Census Bureau" prints a ssSl United States be taken every special supplement for each State ofiea years. 'It is by this means in the Union containing all the census figures relating to the is he apportionment of the House of Eepresenta- - State in question. Congress extended the scope tirez fe saade as to states. T&s Bureau of the Censusis a of the approaching 1920 census p irtof the Department of Com- - by providing that a census of forn&nze. It was established as a estry and forest products should gpiccsanent Bureau in 1902 Prior be taken. These subjects were to&t time the census work was never specifically covered by any -- id las by a temporary organiza-ftt- past census act. known as the Census Office. It required 18 months to comA census of the country's raan-- t plete the enumeration work for i fxstures was made for the first the first decennial census in 1790. In 1920 the Census Bureau plans steml.8i0. Under the a manufactures census to complete the enumeration country in . to be taken in connection with work for the entire He Fourteenth Decennial Census from two to four weeks and an said ecery two years thereafter. nounces the population figures in Ac enumeration of the mines less than three months from the stad quarries of the United States date the enumeration work is -was csade for the first time in completed. A heavy concentration on ages The Sixth Decennial Census, ending in five and zero are reported at a census. The ikes in 1840, was the first one a cover agriculture statistics, Census Bureau has made many sscnsw one of the most important efforts to overcome this inaccurate tendency on the part of the parts of the entire census. The Department of Agricu- people when stating ages. lture assisted the Census Bureau EveryNiensus has disclosed the m preparing the list of questions fact there are more men in the "ta foe a iked of every farmer at United States than women. In 1914, the year the last mancie comincr census. United States marshals acted ufactures census was taken, rfr enumerators at the first nine there were 275,000 manufacturreported. siacennial censuses. Each ma- ing establishments rtial had as many assistants as Tne Census Bureau expectsabout 300,000 establishments to be listaary. to properly ed in 1920. all JTtcd territory. Afccat 639 people were engag-p4-The statistics gathered by the iriaking the first census of "Census Bureau in regard to farms ti United States. The 1920 are used quite extensively by the s isus will .require the services Department of Agriculture in its work of aiding farmers. The ingenious machines-uset Tfry statistics of the first by the Census Bureau to count, zsu&ol the United States CENSUS. IMKimi H H m m m raat-ws&.- n m mem-Siet&- 3f -- m m THE CHEVROLET m ffl A m m Car of Beauty. Graceful Sfreamliness 1rjfeiP AT A MODERATE3PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Persons wh: do a)fc want to invest a fortune in a car, but who do want gomethihg REAL NICE. Smooth and easy riding that will pull any hil1 that has a road.jupit. We have a few Cars Now in Stock. k aj-w- ays We keep a Full Line of Parts at All m .. Times ,3sj.- - cov-jusc'E- ss W WOODSON GRJEENSBURG, :2 LEWIS KEiSTUCKY. f-- ia ". -- -- d . As- r - 4?& r --,i rJx . -- - f "ver iym y hk $mmmmmmmm sort and tabulate the inforraation until the smaller stumps are dead gathered by the census enumerators are the product of the Bu- reau's own laboratory. The sort- ing machines will take care of 300 cards per minute, the count- ing machine can do 500 cards a minute and the tabulating machine is capable of handling 400 cards each minute. Clear Cut-Overla- nd .' :. wmm iS1 L ; MM . : .! H - S?WKr MYERS-BARU- 1 if- FladtTRiM HYERS-BARGER 1 COMPANY AND RETAIL MILLERS 9 Land. cSasasa; .i-r1 r 'COlTJKBIAKYr; WHOLESALE iA. m&m FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFF THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years IT' ' . In the mill business enahles us to make the very'BEST and PUREST. We don't use anything but 'the best of whearin" making our Flout. days of the The autumn afford the farmer an opportunity to undertake the clearing of land for which he lias no time inthe busy summer months, and which can not be done while the land is wet in the spring. On thousands of farms fair-weather "We Will $ toXiet Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. Makeitto YourInterest tracts' which should be converted into revenue there are cut-over We.glvetmr special attention to exchange and custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat .36 to 38 pounds of hoice fclour per bu. t J a ) S9 We Solicit Your Paronage. Columbia MYERS-- B ARGJER CO 1 Kentucky. producers as soon as possible. If the owner decides that the land in question is better suited to crop production than to forest growth, a careful study of the most economical method of stumps and smalLgrowths should be made. Moat "cut-ovland patMe through three stages befort reaching iti greatest agricultural watte rj-movi- ng er ISK jJt mwtA ' tf vlu.Th c orriwJ-f-- la diTirfrt At Irit, ihm itr w allowed to nmmi in &? for a few. seaso&e, and decayed, during" which time it is Used for pasture or" may be Finally, all the cultivated. stump3 are removed. Capital, Surplus ahxUndlvided ProTTfs Over Onc;iilllior,lJftVrS' Generally it is be3t to cut brush as close as possible to the ground Acta asExecutor. Administrator; Suardian. Agentj inod Trustee, and can.' 4alir and avoid leaving sharp points as such is any County in thelStSte. that might injure stock. How Pays 3 pet cent Jper AnnumlonJTlme Deptslt?. ever, if the wood is of no value JOHN STITES. President. ANGEB2UA GRAY. Trea?.A. G.'STITH. Set and the ground is not to' be cuiti vated before the stumps' are removed, it may be best to cut the trees rather high .above the ground. If the stumps are left three feet high there will be less sprouting than if .cut low down, and such stumps are more easily pulled. If Not Why Not INSURE Witfc fife & The most successful method of keeping down sprout growth is E1I0N8CENTRAL LIFE by Heavy pasturing by goats, 7K -sheep or cattle in the order COMPANY, z named. Any sprouts not killed ' l ;- - OF i: by pasturing should' be cut or ' ' CINCINNATI, OHIO." knocked off with the head of an W'er sell the'bestjfor the least money. . . ax. There- - are a great variety of methods used in removing PHON&24-C- . 1& stumps by means of burning, COLUMBIA. KY. pullers and dynamite. Farmer's Bulletin 974, "Clearing Land," prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture, conIt ia bard to tell which is the Don't express a positive opin- designed mnif niafrtrfiinafa fhinlrtniy fLat inn nnlaao vnii a iunfui.t -- .. tains information w" u, SUrC eepeeklly for pecwna interested' mavam mjm ambA am onu ,uuw ,wnH,you are i" cmth.j mmf jy "jm"" gubjeet. A copy can be ilt taikiag ab jut. that Berer avope to thialc. hd on requeet The Louisville Trust CO .Louisville Kentucky. Comffl-ftte- i&$g$& l)K)K IS YOUR LIFE INSUIMCE .- - i I See C. T. STUliTS, Rgent, K immsLgLmma& ! au:u. .i.l i l - J A V- -- X - 7 THE .ADAIR ;QP UNTY, NE.WS wgs there to make a sketch of clreii's Hour like" a feast .For, the I r. Luncheon was just over," and tiny toddlers there is i Varied siie was talking to a little knot of niena, sometimes TJnceda Biscuit, vonea. The first words I noard, ua mine, sorneuuies uraham Crack I slid Quietly into a nearby seat, wcr 's Oatmeal. Crackers or .Lunch Bis "National BiseuiC recalling pleas ect. This. Js changed on special tintly niy ow'n tasty Uneeda Luni? occasions to Old Time Sugar Cook- con. I liked her, and, Tarest of mSSSSSSMSs&aSiS i ays when we had f jrtably as sIio s,OuC a: m rrrMim l "V?i&C2 thn-- n ts:l ears busy. C.VJ Uetween the dark aiid daylight,7vere our pjus?:s5- &Iie nvas qui "flllrhi Ilfirftf mYWrmiVrJiJirB-'sSaSefS bit or paus v3BmmmmmmmmmmmHmm5&&zzr&3P2ji&im, -cecms waiting and listening ennuren. Since things, I've give! -- l s rv9S'J- - ..- - -- - . fe. - p - e$!8e$f3b BUY RELIEF MEASURES YE! OR COMING WHERE TO g m-i- . cT-7 K. C -- iac, tjg?:&&m&&fm f., TOLD BY RED GROSS OLLOWING exhaustive reports, from its various Commissionsr to European countries, the. American Red Cross can de mr YOUR : & wm ni ii babies. Then, when to toddle, I -- First I me in m& tos&smrsmwmF m raRS3Eawr - nT i W4msami.tzY The original, i,lf b nli& is due to the superior" materials and methods employed in the baking. The everlasting table- UULUic&sJi Uneeda B'scuit of the Koodness of inherent llSliI awjMfl!kgB B1S1klH'.V( Fwt "l'q m?v m ; &m&i .gss6&3Fn?JL .Til aH fine fajrly well 'the foreign relief pro-- iW .. "rsitfput. VVUIl IU Eg uuccua ui.wmiwouu al iuu.-ui.- j list Ql too--r In-er-se- trade mark package. s-- : ten t dw. AKi hour BTcTtrP JTtjK-- j pad .... . HkkY .. mvy enough were wa"h. nsst. rnMPANY --.but always fiohf. feTiiTM rays dainty, Ri , "You && even iii went oh, "are much nnaawBMKiiiiBPwnzi ng as onsy jsanonci dais. They are most lovable ana Biscuit Products can be. During the most tractable after they've had years when my babies were growing fcomcthing to o:.t National Biscuit up we never rur?i1 Uie Hour with its tactj feast. daintios alvays l.rgia our Cliil- - 'fm. tatfamat muviinLuwww.i . gram ror the ensuing year. It is now clear that in the rehabilitation of nations and countries devastated by the war, the problem of vitality .and the building up of takes the first place in Red Cross activities. Further, It is evident that the feeding of foreign peoples, as well as general material relief is not a field Which can be assumed by the Red Crosn. There remains, however, the problem' of sickness and disease, and particularly a diminished and weakman-power Gloves. Shoes etc AMIES' JiDRESS GOODS. ej ened child population, which none of -- JO tj&rG. .ddHw' A. Protecting Farm Machinery is a two farms that were equally ferStart to Prosperity. tile to begin with, asked the old man how it came about. Probably you do not believe that "the sins of the fathers are visited upon the sons, even to the third and fourth generation." You wouldn't believe, perhaps, that leaving your plows and harrows in fence corners this win ter without even greasing them may be a sign that spells poverty instead of prosperity for your grandson. It may not, but well, listen to a story. Two young men, brothers-in- law, tGOtf their wives, covis, norses, ana piows into a new land in 1840. As pioneer farmers, they began with equal opSixty-seve- n portunities. years later the writer had occasien to go over the two farms. The grandsons of the pioneers were operating them. One farm was a good one and the men who op-- 1 crated it, while not rich were comfortable and contented. The other was a poor farm and its owners were constantly hard put to make ends meet. The original owner of the rundown farm had been dead a great many years, but the man who pioneered on the prosperous farm was above 93 years old, physically active, mentally, sharp as a briar. The writer, unable to see why there should be so much difference between run-dow- n, "I don't I do, know well, I reckon began. "Jimmie was a good man. but he wasl mighty careless, When he finished laying by his corn, he left his plow in the furrow and hung his gear on the beam or leaned them against a stump. When he started plowing the next spring, he had to dig his collar and hames out of the dirt, all muddy and rotten, and his plow was rusty and wouldn't scour." Now, of course, this old gentleman was wrong in thinking that lack of shelter for his implements was the cause of his brother's failure, but he had pointed out an effect that was indicative of the case, just as his own wellkept implement sheds were indicative of the cause of his own success. The d mold board brother's merely went to show that he was a poor farmer all around. The United States Department of Agriculture corroborates the testimony of the old gentleman in its general application. Good farmers, says the department, take care of their implements. They may not always find it convenient or profitable to build expensive sheds for their tools, but they will manage to protect them from moisture in one way or another. rust-pitte- too' he the countries of Eastern Europe is in a position to meet with its own resources, but where the American Red Cross Is in a position to offer indispensable aid and service. Recognizing these facts, the Red Cross effort ili Europe during recent months has been concentrated more and more on establishing and extending through the countries of Eastern Europe, as well as Siberia, a constructive health service, looking not only toward relief In the immediate situation but also toward the establishment of permanent health service built on national foundations in each country concerned. The medical and surgical supplies of all kinds made available for use by the Red Cross by a recent Act of Congress at once enable the Red Cross to plan this effort In medical relief on a broad, comprehensive and constructive scale. The $15,000,000 asked by the Red Cross in the Third Roll Call, will be devoted, thereNovember fore, largely to the administration of this program and making effective the distribution of materials derived from surplus Army supplies. The materials for general relief to be administered in addition to and in connection with the above will be obtained largely from supplies now In the possession of the Red Cross, or will be covered by small expenditure where purchase may prove necessary. This program permits not only a definition in scope of the work lo be carried on, but a limitation in time, presumably a period of one year. At the expiration of that time the work of the Red Cross abroad will have been largely rounded out, and activities concentrated on a program of service to Americans. 1, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS. All Wool 4 Cotton Blankets Furniture, arpets, Rugs, Davenp oils Phone No. 12. t & ? 4 $ gg Albin Murray Columbia, " " Ken-tu-cR- y Next Door to The Adair County New Office. ee3reeeeeeeeeeeeeeei6ie4ieee. jr T'7i 5 BABIES NEVER TASTED MILK Bourbon AF onltry Remedy m You make 12 SZ? m gallons can the best ,4? VF of poultry tome known n with a 60c bottfe of VeiltS RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP & and economic not the only face the new repubIn lic of attempting to build up a democracy, fashioned after that In the United States, one of Its most serious problems is an alarming mortality rate, especially among women and children. Statistics of the American Red Cross show that in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia deaths in 1917 exceeded "births by over 20,000. Figures for 1918, not f et completed, will show a larger POLITICAL Czecho-Slovaki- a. mortality. BE A MEMBER OF THE JUNIOR RED CROSS e,JS WW ;9IB "?Jk J American school, Aether be public, private or may have a Junior Ked Gross auxiliary. Membership in the Junior Red Cross may be obtained by applying to th nearest Red Cross chapter. A soon as the school enrolls as an auxiliary, every boy and girl in that school becomes a member ot the Junior Re POLISH WOMEN CARRY OUT ANT condition," the Red Cross commission reports, is due to of mothers and children. In its Investigation the American Red Cross found that many children have never tasted milk not even mother's milk, as the women were too weak to nurse their babies. Seven year old children have tbe physical proportion of five, and ten year olds have the growth of a normal seven year old." The Red Cross has organized a 'system of soup kitchens throughout the country, through which It nopes to save the lives of thousands of mothers and children. The rumor of a sign with the American flag and thv Red Cross over an old shack or a hastily constructed hut Is enough to .mJJce women of these foreign countries wtllk miles for a ration of soup. "This whole nt under-nourlshme- the same time destroying property MEANS valued at over $1,000,000. During 1917 k alone, eighty disasters were aided by The spirit of service expressed In action. the Red Cross. Budoa PcoSry Runcdj This situation demands a preparedHomes made wretched Cures nnd prevents Capes, lim- ness for emergency relief and 'that Is by war, need help. bernecJc, cholera, roup ami other destructive poultry what the Red Cross is to supply. Red Communities at home: diseases. Atdruisu,orby Cross chapters everywhere will cremail postpaid. need Red Cross Service. ate disaster preparedness committees Bonrlss Rcndj Co Laatfsa, El- The Red Cross in 1920 aims, to that will make surveys locating food, . complete Its war work anctta- fc Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store hospital supplies, clothing, buildings serve American communftfea for housing refugees, 'and will also canvass Iv physicians, nurses and JOIN THE. RED CROSS; social workers prepared to respond Instantly to emergency calls. Third Roll Calf, Nov. 2-1-1 In the case of great disasters where the resources of the division in which Traditional Red Cross Service It occurs is the entire relief strength of the Red Cross irrthe to Be Continued Turkevs.. codntry may be mobilized through? naheadquarters. tional for disaster HoliWewant Turkeys for Red Cross chapters, divtion offices before. PREPAREDNESS receiving now. Would ad undertaken by and the national office are planning to days. Are tbe American Red Cross as one put disaster relief on such a sound vise you to sell and not; wait until tbe-- i of the important features of its peace basis that It will become nationwide rush gets on, as we can not tell whs program. Support" of this program In scope, and. will assure- for- all "emer--. the market will do. Get in iOBdi. will be asked In the Third Red Cross gencles a swift mobilization- and am- with us by Phone, or mail. W& also plication of whatever "funds, 'supplies Roll Call, November 3ncks- Statistics show that since 1800, dis- and experienced" workers may be, want your Hens, chickens,high. geese and eggs. They are all asters of peace-tlot- e have brought per- needed. S. H. Grinstead &.Co., Inc. sonal Injurs to, lj0&QOD. ner8nruu.arL W. H. Shipp Local ISgi.' PB y - - Disaster Relief Work ii over-taxe- d, X-rru- S - - - .2-1- 1. - Price Chemical Go's. Fertilizers are made to SUIT jour LAND. y? Cross. Membership fees depend upon the size of the school. The yearly fee fox as many dV; eich school is lars ao there are pupils in the sch ' one-fourth' A. RC. HEALTH RLANS ti PREVENT, PNEUMONIA. Neglect of a simple cold is often the direct cause of pneumonia. Chillike to take nauseating dren medicine but do like the soothing effect of the external remedy, do-n- The Junior membership auxiliary fisIs a school fund, not a sum to be col" lected from Individual pupils. Souk auxiliaries raise their money by sale Others or school entertainments.' have "sacrifice boxes" where can? money is contributed to the Red Cro:-fund. 1"" - MRN WULXWT SUin THE OOTHtS. Brames Vapomcntha Salve it applied by rubbing this delightful ealve The remit U almost Instant relief from croup r"" colds. It li not .tmotul lor The chapter school committee rv ceives the money from the school. Sixty per cent is forwarded to Nat!on al Headquarters for the National Chil dren's Fund, and forty per cent re tained for neighborhood relief work. THE THREE PURPOSES OF THE JUNIOR RED CROSS. To Join American children In service for needy children at home - and overseas. To give American children a chance to learn the. satisfaction of unselfish service into the chest and under the arms. dHHI9P9w mmmamcmn ctnbbc m cset or pneumonia to rascomD (iter a Ictr BHV M BPfEV SCHT BBLaVMy 'tp.pl iotioni mended br doctor tor the roanrett babe u well t0Tet "SBV2r J3m 10 Kfe iM Frt uovIs BRAME DRUG 1 cs for crownQfi. H 30c 60c nd. 11.20 zX JT Zr&r anil tenenl K company I I I ernment is taking over certain, parts of the American Red Cross acUYitieg so that the Red Cross can move "into new. fields of relief work. Thepqlicy or the American Red Cross is to, establish relief activities wherever great need exists, then to encourage local agncies to take over the established . work and carrr it on. With a personnel of a hundre'd, the Red Cross has been making great inroads on the typhus epidemic aiidhafti enlisted the aid of 300 Polish personnel, mostly young women, who have been taught the rudiments- of American Ideas, of iyglene. After a lew months, the Americans in many places Were able to leave the work of saltation to Polish units. The America Red Cross has supplied modern Rtam sterilisers, SO mobile laundries, M.tfy fat irons, portable bath an maay ftf--j loads of clotfciBg,. e4diB,; kei4 -- THEtries. conducting operations seventeen European In Poland the coun- American- - Red Cross, is gov-- , It's made to drill good. jTii Bags are sewed god. QROWERHASr-EQJF- s '. - r w ?WBAeeQ 1 OF POTASH. '. " .We . '1 If thejre ismo near you whoelisjtfiis gdodsc fc Write ; : Te bring about understanding, tal gappliee. ,. a4 among" children of all countries.! '' PMGfeCO . " 2Sth?and5,MIpte'Streets, -- .- : v -- -- -- - j - I:?uisvilf, Kentucky i- ' -- . V;sr -:c ?; ' " . . " - 'JBbJfci; 3 ,- -. .&'-- S--' SHE ADAIR GOUNTY NEWS K k A 1 i . ft- - .i i nr 1.4 ahces is to remove the griev- "V . They are growing cautious, tira- ances. 's Establishment of the' principles Pnbllshcd OB,WtdBC6 id, apologetic. Chairman Hays "v 7v JOr''-- of the Republican National Com- laid dewn in the covenant of the fti Cokm6iai Keivtacky- mittee has ordered that sound- League of Nations offer ua the ta- 'way to industrial . peace and conEditor. ings of public sentiment be tt E. MURRBLL, - ?? ,K pr ciliation. Man. ken in every bailiwick of his par !MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. There can be no recession of tisan Congressmen to determine A nice line of Ivory Goods, Clocks, Manicure Sets, Puff -v the tide of unrest until construct PeBoermtienrgnpapexdrrotcd to. Hh Interert the extent of the reaction followup opl of Adair ing 'theCityofColnsabUand tb Jars, Perfume Bottles and Picture Frames. the treaty's rejection. He ive instrumentalities are set J djolnlns countlet. to stem that tide. , is showing fear that the people's Labor not only is entitled to an Fancy Cut Glass, Lemonade Sets, Flower Baskets and verdict may hold him and the as Second 5 Entered at the Columba' wage, but capital adequate Senatorial reactionaries' respon Champaign Glasses. , .isa mail matter. sible for 'prolonging industrial should receive areasonable re unrest, the high cost vbf living, turn upon its investment, and is WED. DEC. 10,1919. burdensome taxation, the dan- entitled . to protection at the ger of, international complica- hand of the Government in every emergency. .Subscription Price"lstandl2nd Postel Zone tions and all the other concomWATCH CHAINS FOR MEN" LADIES NECK WARE. 4L50pcryer. The right of individuals to itant evils of war. There are .Ali Zone beyond 2ndD$2.oo perfyear There's Nothing; More BeautiConsisting of Diamonds, v A. Subscription due ard Payable In' Advance but evidences, then, that the Sena strike is inviolate ful for Young Men than a Cameo, LaValiers, Picture tors who strangled the treaty and there is a predominate right, and Lockets in the Most Artistic Waldemar Vest Chain, Chain The President's message to prevented a formal conclusion of that is the right of the GovernCongress was not lengthy, but peace have least of all found fa- ment to protect all of its people. Sets, Cuff Links or Tie Pin. Designs. In America there is but one ifcwas a fine document, his vor with the politicians of their time- own party. It'is not too much way by which great reforms can being pointed and Fountain Pens For All Purposes Stationery of the Best Quality accomplished and ly. to believe that, when the signs be LADIES RINGS begin to that is true ordely processes of county use of popular disapproval .,? ,Tiie mills of this government. Vanity and Envelops Hand multiply, these Senators may be representative For Ladies and Gentlemen. 7wpod and they have a plenty. Let those beware who take blamed by the very leaders inBags, Bar, Pins, Cameo Don't Fail to Inspect Them The electric light plant, of this cluding Will H. Hays who in- the shorter of disorder and revo Brooches, Etc. Before Buying. place,, is run by water power. spired and encouraged them to lution. -From 20 to 30 per cent. SavuT:he fue situation in large make ratification of the treaty a A Gift Worth While for a Man ftugby. game of politics instead of a. mocities has become alarming. In ing on Ladies Wrist Watches. Is a Nice Watch. duty in behalf of their birder to save coal, business mentous Mrs. Flora Rossen, who has are working country and the entire world. It been on the sick list for several houses and factories is already manifest that Senator on about half time. days, is better. Lodge's proposal to make the; Lou. Gabbert, who has It was reported last week that treaty an issue in the presidential' s' Mrs. How About Your Silverware? Look it Over and See if There been on the sick list for the past Francisco Villa had been captur- campaign has caused trepidation 4 year, is improving very slowly. Isn't Something You Need. ed again, but later it was stated among the "practicals" of the Our school is progressing fine that the report had not been con- r. 0. P. They do not welcome Gertrude Doss as with Miss firmed. Villa is as slick as an the prospect of so plain and speteacher, and we hope we can A Nice Gift for the Home Folks is a Clock. eel. cific a question being referred to secure her again next year. Don't Forget That. the people. They preier to Pickett, of Mr. Belknap In the coming Presidential stake their hopes on generalities Keltner, visited relatives here campaign, what will the Repnb-lica- n and platitudes, They know in last Saturday and Sunday, electors have to say about KODAKS AND STATIC) ARY of the Very B6st Quality. advance that the voters could Herford Hadley the son of the present Congress that has easily decide which of the two ErnestJ3adley,.on Melsons ridge, done nothing for the past ten parties spoke the will and sought where your scribe is bearding, months? welfare of the country dur- teaching, caught the largest the Senator Lodge would make ing the fight to adopt the treaty hawk in a steel trap last week, the Republicans an ideal candi- and end the war. we ever saw. It measured five date for the Presidency. They feet from tip to tip. would make no mistake were Striking Sentences From Message Mrs. Susie Akin and daughter, of the President. tiiey to select Senator Lafollete Ina, who are down with typhoid his running mate. for fever, is improving slowly. ..gTW We must now adjust our Mr. J. E.. Rossen, while at his Mr. Morrow is in Frankfort economic life toa changed conand the inauguration ceremonies dition growing out of the fact barn a few days ago, fell, and a A calf jumped up at the same time (Tuesday) at will start that American' business is ful hitting him in the breast knockabout x of Mr. the noon hour. Thousands grown and that America is the ing th? breath out oM.iii, and he Morrow's admirers are at greatest capitalist in the world. was laid up for several uays, but the seat of government. policy of isolation will No is better now. Mr. Morrow stated in his cam- satisfy the growing needs and Sparks, of this Mrs. Sallie speeches that he would opportunities of America. paign place, is visiting relatives in the have the primary election law Causes of this (political) un- Fair Play community this week. repealed. Watch during the com- rest, while various and compliYour scribe and several others Ford cars have become such a worldutility that it would ing session of the Legislature, cated, are superficial rather than have put up some new cribs. almost seem asjif every family ought to have its Ford car. and if a bill to that effect is ofBroadly, they arise The Columbia Athletics stopped Id Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan, (the two latter have fered, see how quickly it will bo from or are connected with fail- Campbellsville last Friday and defeatkilled. ure on the part of oer Govern ed the H. 0. A. in a basket ball contest enclosed bodies,) and the Truck Chassis have really bement to arrive speedly a just the score standing 18 to 8 From come a part and parcel of human life. You want one beJamestown is to have an elecMaryjs and lasting peace from Campbellsville they visited St. cause its. service will be profitable for you. We solicit tee light plant. The town, so transfusion of. radical theories (Sollege and were snowed wider the your order at once because, while production is jlimited, it we have been informed,' 19. Future pending such" delay, tfee score standing 49 to a fifty horse power engames in Columbia will be announced will be first come, first supplied. ill from heartless profiteering relater. week. v We take it that sulting gine last in The parties listed below have signed vp with us agieeing to use nothing but Genuine the increase rthe town will be wired at once. hi of the cost of living. Ferd cars fort Sale.. Ford Parts, and to carry a completejine of same.. Therefore, they have been appointii It is a move that should have Toward passion Stanley Epperson, T and malevol' ed as regular service stations: been started fifteen years ago. ence tending to incite crime and The Sandusky Bros, have purchased Unless the nine thousand min- insurrection under guise of po- an ?18,000 flour miir in Harrodsburg W. ENOE, Columbia. Ky. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. ers of Missouri accept the 14 per litical revojution there should be and will take possession June 1 next;. ; We regret very much to lose them RICE & CO. Cane Valley, Ky. cent wage raise and go to work leniency. from our midst, but can say that Har the State will seize the mines We should formulate a law rodsburg will gain excellent, upright nd operate them which would designed to. secure and reliable citizens. They" will be J in uYON CO., aft. 'i8 exactly "right. The miners competive selling and preventing succeeded here by Koy A; Bateman, Incorporated want the earth and the fullness unconscionable profits in the who takes possession of the mill Aj-rCAMPBEL I SVILLE, KENTUCKY, Bradrordsvllle Cor. Lebanon 1 COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. and their demands method of marketing ttiereof, ' Enterprise. sHould no longer be tolerated. to lower the cost of living in W wages offered by capital is No one The ill can fail to for Sale. 1 EMC MBBMI do note the absolutely, need of a reasonable, and if the miners not accept' they should be Jgiven definite programme to bring A good first class Cyprus incubator. Uorman Morrison; the opportunity to live on bread about an improvement in the v. Ellen Burton's room, caught fire, 88 years old, died recently a,t Font and water, if they can get the conditions of labor. There can In the See Stanley Ewerstii wten y&a wait Miss war any ; but it was extinguished before Hill. She was the mother-in-lairead. of be no settled conditions CaapkUsvifle. a car for every Ihird German soldier cardamage was done Mr. J. E. Luttrell. Mrs. Thornton, labor and capital are to be ? If defeat of the treaty of peace If .!Firrlarm was sounded from th.e X X Roadg, who was the wife of iWra. Thornton, ried Map of the country thrbiigfe . antagOQitta inatead of partneri; by Republican Senators was a HJay af tojv MrJ. a; Webb, Btiw JraJwidiB 81 years old, also died recently sear Saturday; Which he wu traYlii. , ov, Md for a few aslnutae lt wis, while in Columbia,- kit Tictoryfor their party, leadera JPooly way to prcveat sun i Mrs; MgttLuttrll,, tbcaaaepkee. agitetisff a aiatt griey- I u that tfca G; 0: P.art aMttreiy 'owt from lOAiEi)X.oaPLty Nevtfs ;W.rflifdmaoivoa aa vfotniv. "-fc? '. CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS 1 -- Post-offl- c - """ " sug-gestio- ns L. E. YOUNG, JEWELER, -- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Jj to-da- y " 3-- . .- -- deep-seate- d. it pur-.chas- ed - I ' . - THE BUCHANAN il " 1 I r r Franco-Prussia- n w - -- of-We- bbs - la-ffl- eJ ;f v': t V ADAIR .COUNTY NEWS &-- - 4&KK$K$ a&X4H $$3&K t)H&2kKHt & PRICED TO CLOSE OUT Wejhave marked down our entire Stock of Ladies Coats, Coat Suits,-Skirts, Furs, etc, to close out by December 15th. One Lot Coat Suits, Assorted Colors and Cloths, formerly priced $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00, Now Priced at $22.75. Okeene raised and sold .$65,000 wprth of wheat on his farms last year. Enough broom corn kwas raised m one section of W$$x&$ & FIRE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE . . . One Lot Coat Suits, Former Prices $40.00, $45.00 and $50.00 Now Priced at $34.75. Coats, Furs and Skirts at less than Manufacturers present prices. Come Early, They Wont Last Long. KU3JELL I m. L a . IAI., - - - UJIUIIUKcl. V m itMuft B mm IVV. !$)K PERSONALS r Luther Bolin, of Kansas City, reached Columbia last Friday. From here he will go to Indiana with his Mr. brother-in-la- ?k& )K$$ OKeene OKIa. J Mr. Chapman Browning, who was operated on in Louisville, returned home last Saturday, and the indications point to his early recovery. His wife went to the city and accompanied him home. .flnce. Mr. Chelcie Barger returned from Mr. R. W. Beath, Louisville, was at Dayton, Ohio, a few days ago where the Jeffries Hotel one day last week. he has been employed. Mr. M. D. Boone, Louisville, had Mr. D T. Curd, a popular traveling business in Columbia Thursday. salesman, spent. Sunday in Columbia. Mr. D. P. Weeks. Danville, maSe a Messrs A. W. Tarter, W. A Coffey, business trip te Columbia last Thurs- M. C. Winfrey, Cortez Sanders, T. R. day. Monday for the inaugura Stults, left Mrs. Herman Barnett and her little tion. daughter, Nancy, of St. Louis, are Mrs W. E. Bradshaw and her little Sarah, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ores Barger, has been quite sick for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Loy were in Louisville a few days of last week. Mr. Coy E. Budgeon, Lebanon, and Mr. J. G. Hagan, same city, were here afew days ago. MrJ. W. Gilmore, Richmond, called to see our merchants a few days Mr. L G. Montgomery MissSallie Diddle is visiting her brother and family, of Logan county, and will. remain until after the holidays. visiting at the home of Mrs. Barnett's son, Edward, of Louisville, arrived Mr. and Mrs. W. R Myers last Monday. parents, Mr. L. W. Short, Danville, was here Mr. Jo Sandusky, wife and children, the latter part of last week. of Bradfordsville, visited here last Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, Saturday. made his regular trip to this place last Wednesday. Mr. G. C. Cundiff, Mr. Sam Wheat, who lives in Illinois, is visiting his mother and other Louisville, was relatives here. seen in Columbia a day or two of last Mr. Byron Montgomery, who is a week. revenue man, is at home for 'a short Mr. W. R. Bradshaw and wife, of time. Efficiency keeps him employed. Mr. koul. summers, 01 uieiiuam, is several days oi last wee. liere wlfch nis friends Mr Tillett Wethington, son of Mr. Eugene Wethington, visited in ColumAn Inviting Place. GeorgetowD, were visiting in Adair bia last week. r' gest stock of this character of trade here last Wednesday. ever opened in Columbia. Much of it Mr. Sam tBurdette made a business is now on display, and if you do not triy to Lebanon Friday. see what you are looking for call for Mr. W. M. Lowery, Nicholasville, it. There are gsods suitable fat pres J, H. Pickett, Campbellsville, W. S ents for both the old and young, hence McLaughlin, Louisville, weTe in all can be satisfied For the children, Thursday. Columbia last there are hundreds of pounds of stick The store of Nell & Cheatham is Mr. N. O. Bridges, and H. H. Collins, now full of goods suitable for ChristLebanon were here a few days ago. mas presents. It is perhaps the larMr. W. P. Nunnally called npon his goods Editor The News: Almost one year has slipped away sine my little family left Columbia for the West in search, or a more healthful clime. The Adair Co. , News has been a, most welcome visitor bringing a like, the good news and the sad. It is my fond wish to visit Adair Co., about Christmas time and hand the News more substantial evidence of our appreciation and to chisp the hand of my former :associates, friends and acquaintances. Your staunch friend and form er stockholder, Mr. J. S. Naylor says in the ten years he has resided here, the News ha3 failed, only one time, to reach him. I find he andhis family comfortably located here, surrounded by enough of this worlds goods to live on the easy side of life. The letters of our old friend, Mr. C. S. Harris are always and bring to my mind, as to every true Adair Co., citizen, the real value of a citizen like Mr. Harris, who has held the banner of progress ever high and higher, and has been untiring and ceaseless in his efforts to advance our county in every way, "regardless of all obstacles and pn-joye- Western Okla., to sweep the --' State of Mississippi off of the map. There .are two things un'"The Service Agency" """ known in this section of the : - Keutucky7. eountrythatis rock's and fertilizColumbia; -"er. And these Oklahomans are; not content with the c yield of Wind Storm Bank Burglary .. this fertile soil, Jthey go right under that and bring up copper, insurance Insurance "x zinc, lead; coal,, "gyp" and oil In some of the recent years Okla. has ranked first in the value of oil production and second in natural gas. When a Kansan noticed the account of the death recently of King Sergis Pontiac by the Bantist of the daughter, Miss Bellr have movecN Alcorta, the noted bull that sold launched South. It was an Okla., Indian to the home os Mrs. Pierce to for fifty thousane dollars d spend the winter. Aunt Liasae-i- s that held he belonged to that recently subscribed thousand to the same cause. 89 years .old and quite feeble. an Oklahoman he wouid have It was other Oklahomans, who Mr. A. D. Patteson, of Colnsn-bisold him and drilled an oil well. thousand is assisting D. O. Eubank in We have not found any fifty subscribed dollars each to this same cause, the Bank this week, The Baufc: thousand dollar cattle here, but a gentleman of this county led a but none of the afore named is all home talent and is giviDg; roan Short Horn to the auction gentlemen happened to be your perfect satisfaction. block that brought him seventeen old friend and fellow citizen. Mr. Leward Smith, whe-feaJ. W. Walker. thousand dollars, this year. been the Master of Union- Stole By the calendar Okla., is only for the past twelve months &as JOHN WHITE k CO. bought out Jail the stock. 3&. a dozen years old, (admitted in LOUISVILLE, KY. 1907) but she can measure mill- Libarai'asMrimMt Smith will continue and full value paid T. I. Smith and Miss Nanesr ionaires with" Ky., orMiss., sfx jKvMpmSff fubs Judd, two business women wiJB days in the week and rest the ftitfea and assist him. seventh, and if some of those pceat Skin millionaires don't stop piling up W. E. Hancock, who has Be Cane Valley Ky, wealth there will be bump's on quite feeble all the" summer, ih these prairies that will look like doingk little better, during lie-comountains of Ky. the weather. Miss Ada Sublet is visiting It was an Oklahoman at the her uncle, J. C. Sublett, at Coy E. Dudgeon, of Lebanon., head of the Marelin Refinery Bardstown. who is working with Bcfcleir had his private line, built to that Louis, was here-- , callMr. Chat Dohoney and family Bros., St. Colorado Springs, Colo., last gone to Gainesville, Texas, ing on the merchants,, last week. snmmer, when he wanted to have Mr. T. I. Smith, our game? spend the winter. summer there and attend busi- to Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dudgeon Warden, is looking for the ness in Okla. and Mr. and Mrs- - T. P. Rice doers every day. Mr. Smith tas It was an Oklahoman, who sub- will leave this week, for Florida, made as a good man, but Qb scribed one million dollars to the where they will spend the winter. those brass toedlshoes. of Mr. Edr $75,000,000 campaign, recently Aunt Lizzie Hancock and Morrow. "" v ,G. R. REED, -.'- & - . . Surety Bonds Automobile Insurance. here-marke- five-hundre- d a, one-hundr- ed . s - as ol 5 Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobac-c- o d, Warehouse Co., : 'announce opening sale ON FRIDAY, DEC 5th .... ... oposkion. We look forward to the time when Mr. Harris has acquired wealth and we have trained health for us to all amble back and locate in old Kentucky, the garden spot of the world. Mean , Mr. Elmo Pearce, BlackweU, Okla , and fancy candies, and all kinds of whp is interested in developing Adair toys. Bemember the place, Nell & while I would ask our Southern county, arrived last Thursday. His Cheatham, the firm that handles in friend to raise his eyes froih the Mississippi plains and look out company will put down a deep well. large Quantities. c Will Begin Receiving Tobacco . ' WEDNESDVY NOV 26th WILL SELL DAILY EXCEPT SATUKESX., '. - Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville, was here Friday, taking orders. t Messrs. J. L. Goodman and H Black, of Glasgow, were registered at the .Jeffries Hotel Friday. Mr. Eobeit Davis and wife, of Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting at the home of Mr Daivs' brother, Mr. R L Davis. From here they will go South. without quet ttonlCHunt's Sal ECZEMAS $MOHy BACK be-cat- Ioa fill in the treatment efEczem, Tetter, RingwoVtn, Itch, etc. Doq't become ditcoBrsged other treatments failed. HpBt'aSalrafeM relieved hundred of auch caaea. You can't TODAY. IWca 75c at ear Hny Bath Carcrci fee Tryitartosf jtUk om Solfl by ;F?a!UDrue Company. r across these rich prairie lands of Companion Home The Youth's Oklahoma. As to Natural Calendar For 1920. . resources, this country will compare with any on earth Mos The Publishers of The Youth's any thing that can le raised in Companion will,- as always at this seaAlfalfa can be raised son, present to ever subscriber whose Oklahoma. subscription($2.B0) is paid for 1920 a e re, but the most paying crop Calendar for the "new year. The is wheat, in this section of tablets are printed in redjind dark country. Acres of wheat nothblue, and besides giving the days of ing but wheat presents a pleasthe current month in bold legible type, ing sight and when harvestis give the Calendar of.the preceding and succeeding, month in smaller type over turn the soil and resow in in the margin. It is a rich and wheat this furnishes pasture for practical piece of work. stock, without other feed, all 'winter, and those who care, to go A long year ling black'stray heifer is a my house, The owner can have same to the trouble, graze many cowa by paying feed bill and for this adver- as- cream brines a food price -tisement,:. .;. with butter 70,cti., --. - &v "?;!' .. . ?.'r i,V.'iV, rif-- . ;i "By haMng-frv- e sales each' week we can giye' "tKSEntera V s. " - m'uefr better facilities than .ever 'b,epfel u ::. "We willave! asplendid buying ?& 4- r"' force: .Any information :? can or wi ite -- r?-'j BH t- . sv - z- mm. ' c ueo. coney, yqnwnpi, Jty.x -- I i Qfenral Manager, wilson, QREENSBURQi KY: t : --- Iv 1 . V i (6-2- 6 On enttr&riikif cttiata of ,ggmmtmWmmmmmWm .- i. J. ) ;: j..---- . xp- - - 1M; :- -- ' ADAlR:-COUNTYv,NEW& .: - - " . "" - "- -' tmt H t J , - 1R1I1uIBkM The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E r. r national joy smoke makes a whale s i RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Pty $2.75 2 Ply $2.25 i Ply $2.50 FLOROID 2 Ply $3.I0 cigarette! Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking U nges and Sfov s FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and FANCY GROCERE Furniture, R. J. Reynold! Tobacco Co. ar pets, Rugs and &ggj0&3y Np Sad toppy nd bats, tidy red tins, liandtomo pound tad half poand tinjhoxaidotr-an- d that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with, epongo taoistener top that keeps Prince Albert kt euch perfect condition I Druggets. I j If certainly get yours smokecards the table, KOUfor a tidy red tin or a when you lay yourPrince Albertonand roll a toppy red bag of makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count n I l ' t i I . j of your smokestunts! Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies awaiting your call-ia home rolled cigarette when it's P. A for the packing I Talk about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your smokecareer txntilyou know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of our exclusive patented process that Prince Albert's quality-stan- ds cuts out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's ciga- - lawbaaaaT'''Kmaaaaau rette will outlast any phonograph record you everheard ! Prince Albert is a cinch to rolL It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular pal! Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a jimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke pipes where smoked before. It has won men all over the nation to the joys of smoking. one-was Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Jirass 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 Sewing Machines, Clocka, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED ATTEND OF EACH MONTH. fc. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Sale- m, N. C. We have 1,000 j'ards of Straw Matting. in and see it. . Come CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED ALSO Red Cross Peace Program Detailed National Leader to Address Chapter Delegates at the State meeting LIVINGSTON WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat. Night DYEIN(j AND ALTERING DONE I HAVE AN EXPERIENCED MAN. OLD HOTEL BUILDING " W. E- - HARRIS. Si&! I ,4 WE INSURE : Chairman of the of the American Red Cross, will visit Lexington, Ky., Indianapolis, Ind., and Cleveland, Ohio, the three states of the Lake Division, on October 20, 21 and .22. Chapter chairmen and delegates have been invited by division headquarters to attend these meetings and hear, at first hand, the plan for Red Cross peace-tim- e far-reachi- DOCTOR NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN I TOBACCO N FARM BARNS mz With its task not fully the Red Cross i ".oifcentrat-Iri- g after-wa-r overseas on feHe-.iiSondlt'ons, and in caring for men still "war-tim- e gej-formed, s 9R. J. N.faMURRELL DENT1STI Office Frobt ruotns in Jeffries BTdg up 5taiis. '- Fn seFvl;". & he broparedness to offeF feite! In Umes of famine, fire and floads, will he part service In 2 ffie new geace-time s&xsa&i&siradjtionalreaiSiiliSuUity - Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Better See lis Before it Happens, k R. REED, -- Columbia, 0- - - - KeutUcky UNDERTAKER. i keep ob hands a full slttck of cofBns, Saslrete, ah3 rbbes. I also keep Metallic Casketsffthti Steel Boxes anTtVro hearses.. We keep extra large "caa&etki Pfompt wfflSe night or day. Residence Phone, 29. Office Phone, 168, Columbia, Ky j. F. TRIPLETf , the Public Health, Nursing, Edu- Columbia cational Classes in Dietetics,- - Ifoma myftrrSm 'Car of the Sick, "and. fsTAId. llome Serylce "to civilian lamilte and, community work, through the Junior Red Cross organization. The development of Cdinihunity Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist' bealth Center comble'tely 6rganized, Omcial &iid volunteer agenwhere the Special "attention given Diseases of a J and brought cies can be into harmoaiovte delations for protect Domesti(r'Animals ing and. promoting community health efficiency, s the big offering of the Office at Residence, 1 mite Jo? t?6Vn, on Red Cross 5 'the people In American Jamestown Tro&fl, coraraunitS&fl In carrying, out its plan for peacetime service. Chapters are 114 G. to supplement and not supplant tho Phone efforts of established and effective Columbia, Ky. ag6clesT wiv-Ih Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, the details of the health center blah Will t tvn be given to Chapter delegates afi'd lite public by Doctor Farrand ana tfmer NallOhal Headquarters Officials-- , at th6 Btate meeting just announced. fcVttde hdditlonj tfe Red Cross cjiaptersare fonTiSuifig thejr orgahlzatlo 15 in - Kentucky St vel 1 L. H. Jpnes Fence Posts Incorporated " DEHL P BROS. CO feaa! rlatkei Street Between rirst and Brock Louisville, Ky. W. To PRICE 4 5,v AUCTIONEER Business Solicited " SURETY BONDS FIRE INSUKAHCE, LIFE I IMtllHtit The Predicament. Red Cross Helps Returned Sbldiefs tes-- InompeWation bldiera do not compen-eWogov-fnttfe- nt . i i l-2t llofiil uou" w Al Voire ,wv t l CARDUI The Teddy had the usual. nine jntit undersla'nd that the furnishes o' clock sickness and did not have 'f&r mental dteabUL-litiB as to go to school as & result. But tolvtsloaWeil as f6r physical. The Lake headquarters of the Bed at ten o' clock he found that he Cross,"fn 'Cleveland, reports that 3,999 &Ye Ohio. Indiana, and Kentucky had recovered, "aixl ;af tele dress We Velng treated for mental dlsabilk n M &$"$: Vetur6"e ADAIRjand ADJOINING COUNTIES NJ. JVfc J i INSURANCE- INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. I Z ' WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. 5K5KHCH($Ki ties shell shock and other ailments1 ing dug'ht his'fnother in the either Incurred "during the period of Oil From Fruit Stones. Wwtti's Toftte or resulting? Worn military kitchen. H'in well, lDaother,"j .service service. any part the he jinndunced; "imirl can't go to In Mt&bliahedofclaim country aeiproptkls for help :rly cboortill noon. You seelt'B too rt 'will be jfiit prewptly- - Te way of fetttetsveh a claim" ec late'now juit tobe eouettd trdy tbllhl i liiKWb the Hoe Service of thi Red Ctom. l7 to be jcootd and too 'strb .bm4 ta?.B.& Crow i-lt 'ite$NU-taa- t Appll-'tiUo-a -- abMnt." - " eoe,?ohApUr Mroterred to e proor '&;'wrta. wUl Salad oil is now being made from the kerneli of peach, plum, apricot,, cheery BtonM. 1The kernels 7ls" are first .separated from the 7R shells by a sofatkm chloride of. ma rofi urn chloride, &Z then washed, dried, jrad passed underpressure. The Htter taate or odor is rww'we by atHm or heating. f-cakium f i r-t --. - D-- "X . ;! IXXST )K)K)K)K)K Columbia Barber Shop , '?&'' f,r-4,r.- X'--- & I.O"WES AtSanltary Shopf where both Satisfactionland ' - 'i - Gratiflcation aie'Gnaranteed. ' r-. "- -- ".. v?' - . -- " 'Give u a Trial and be Convinced. T -- V adaib count "Third The haul- - on pulp ts ?y$ . -- ," .&4 - -- ' T --mi. AUTOMOBILE LINE " Gokifflbia and GampDsilsville MallCar Ford Car wood is growing y,ear; likewise f- - cnarges, greater each the freight jps SEa kH? a, a six-t- o I LrU-- i V V A TT $1-5- Round Trip, $2.75.' 2.00 tfouncf Trfp, 3.50 0, Special Attention to Traveling Men Onjiccount of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. PHONE-S.- 2-&- &' W. E. NOE, stantial aid to the starving peoples abroad; to be humbly thankful for the wealth DE2NTIST , that enables us to succor those Am permanently located in Co, who have lost all that is so precious in our own eyes. In Iumbia. gratitude for our manifold nation Alt Classes ofiDeotal work done. Crow al and personal blessings we all have occasion to "bless the Lord, die and Inlay work a Specialty. and forget not all his benefits." HENRY W. DEPP, war-wast- ed nine cent markets :o Europe, South Amer-eric- a are now asking for Canada and United States "papers." "Before the war the. price of paper was given little consideration by publishers in figuring publication costs. Today it is a most important item. The only way to meet the advance is for publishers to secure better advertising and subscription rates, the only source of revenue. Publishers Auxiliary. Labor-Saving "Fourth The giiWiiiiscif i JacSBBSifasrf tfiJ3r&Mvf ""Mliifir fyilillli? a m f 3VJlBBi j rlifl IraBBfl M LA " " i-s- ' r jMI M V tooaccosve 10SZS-iSdesire vc ever had I Camels gn such universal delight, such unusual e njoyment and satisfaction you'll call them axigarette revelation I If you'd like a cigarette that does, not leave any unpleasant cigaretty Q rf ELS' expert blend of choice JLW Irish, and choice uomesuc - Devices. All Work O flea: Guaranteed bo ikc; doir post office. Hammering Gets the Business. An advertising 'manager wise ici his day and generation once said: "Allow me to have a quarter, half or full page talk with the readers of the home papers every week, I said and I do not care who is the President of the United States; I will get the business. It takes constant and careful appeal to the common the newspaper readers -t- hey will do the rest." Many Causes For We have reason to be grateful abundant harvests, which suffice to feed us at home and empowers us to give sub- - for our Water is used to transport fine pipes,, and in coal through r r.',- Oregon a blast of air is used to Camels' expert blend makes all this load hay in freight cars. The delightful quality possible. Your Camels are sold everywhere UJ Jientifio-all- y hay is drawn up to a deck or float personal test .will prove that Camel sealed packages of 30 cigarettes; or ten packages 200 cigarettes) in a beside the car to be loaded, a Cigarettes are the only cigarettes carton. We strongly carton for the home or you ever smoked that just seem recommend this crane then lifts the hay to his office supply, or when you travel. made to meet your taste I You will Newspapers are Now Facimg platform, and a blower, driven R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY prefer them to either kind of toby a gasoline engine, hurlB the N. C Greatest Crisis in History. bacco smoked straight hay forcibly into the car, packing Compare Camels for quality and it better than can be done with satisfaction with any cigarette in S. S. Carvalho, one of the best hand fork. the world at any price I known newspaper men in the w United States, and formerly the Let Action Follow general manager of all the Hearst Thought. publications, stated in a recent interview that newspapers are facing the greatest crises in the A philosopher once said that history of the industry. He said there is no value to any thought, that 20 per cenc 'more paper is no matter how fine or noble, Unbeing used than is manufactured less it is transformed into action. 'Ba- contnuuuuus tmougxi iiiia cuauuci reached $5,710,433.71. and that paper stocks are al- If you feel uplifted by beautiful This week only, 5 per cent off Miss Kathleen Mallory is the corre ready at the danger line. music, do something that will BAPTIST WQMEH TO secretary of the "Woman's spondlng all purchases of $1 00 or Missionary Union, and in appreciate on tally with your mood, and then bases the jtfHBMpjpm of the service she has rendered r more at Farmer's Union Storey of paper on the the music has been worth while. that connection the Baptist women ol Alabama have established the Kath Cane Valley. If you read something that is infour following things: leen Mallory Hospital for "Women al Lairhow-Fu- . Shantung, China, Miss spiring, at once do something, "First The labor cost per ton Mallory being a native of Alabama - Women o many of the other statej on white paper is now $20 no matter how small, that is a FIFTH OF SUM SOUGHT IN PROGRAM WILL COME have also undertaken special enter a little superior little different and against $10 four years ago prises of their own. Those of Georgia, FROM THEM. r to your routine. Thd theory ap for instance, established tbj Ajcri "Second It takes one ton of Hospital for Women at Hwanghien coal to make one ton of paper plies with equal truth to the read China, a girls' school at Tumamoto ARE DOiNS A LARGE WORK Japan, the Catherine Bryan Kinder and coal at the mill has practic ing of books as more than a past jr.rten School at Canton, China, an., tt" ia. ally doubled in price. time. Chicago American. the Mary P. Willingham School foi a. "S 1 Winitoo-Sala1 old-fashioned -lce aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor, sm'oice Camels! If you hunger for a rich, mellow-mil- d cigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly as you can Fit; uooo FIVE-YEA- R jS scmLwfB&Lu y ' eif&in lSiSliiiifep Roofing - m &s &SmWMkfm jmX m zZ y . & Hospitals, Mountain Schoct'gj Good Will Centers and Church Building Funds Maintained by Them in Addition to Q 3Ti i Regular Gifts. Girls at Blue Ridge, Ga a school de signed especially for the education ol Q jr iu rf , j . IMPMJMaiST!. ilBPIil !lBffHa8RBf M IbbSBPSwI! pSbwHBWM ioBBHBSI.-- i "i Ceftainteed renders " a War Service tompact that it takes minimum car spaed, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid til less tfme than any other type of roof; and no skill is required 'anyone who will follow the simple directions that coiflt" ."packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. ' Thc durability and economy of Ceriairt'teeJ are recognized flie world cr, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof 4. " saves War supplies, because it is made of materials which have HO use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides otf armies, and peoples everywhere, With efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Certain-tee- d BlHMMt : '- - ijiris In the mountainous section o; . 1 J" . that state." Mpny of the" other state unions haV?! -pedal projects such as God3 Wil Canters in the tenement, factory anc mining districts, wher'e effort is made more sunshine find 6nTlg!Ti I' the home ahi1'i iiiVi, t" '",c.1 . ves Qt needy families, especial.; .hose of forefcfl blh; church buildinr scholarships' for yduug rSrae "vbO want to obtain training t&F 5&e Ek? Christian service, and similar un t .. aefraRiiigd. Pue general W. M. U., representing alf the women of the Soutlie"nl Baptia Cdnventioii, owns" and operates" tht Women'a Training School at Louis Ue, Ky., which has already sent ou '!) trained women fc5r special servici in ai? parts of the world; and has es tablishecf the Margaret Fund lor th' education ii?the Baptist schools of-- lb? South the sons? and daughters' 5 inis 3lonanes on tne foreign ,, iieias; anc T..-in- Healtb About Gone S j Many thousands fi! women suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell fds, ! terribly," "As my suffering was so great, and" he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. I began get Cardui. . improving, and it cured Just suffered ofHayne,N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and she says. &z3jkMm!KtKEt.J&9w' 'ifcllfK I BBBBBBBBSaSBSI BHBBBaSHBxl BJBMBBMBpfefifllaaiJaMl i i ' ! PPBBjBMBBwmJBr Ml 68 KfcfHiirEEN1 WALLORY Corresponding' Scrota'ry;' W. M. U Ealttrhorei' r for factories, office buildings, hotels? stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according ft? thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Products Corporation Manufacturers of Office &Wtrbooie in Principal Cities of America1 Certaln-tee- d PalnttVcmishe- e- Roofing Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good a S. M. SANDERS OiliPBELLSYILLE, .X' are frdVned upon by the organlzet Evidencing the larger spb3er whicii r Baptist wtSmea of the South as un JUW.US """ .ZZ king wonVi? have come to joccupy in1 church forward activities vrfieii carrying G6d and the work of the fife, a ell as other their contribution dom of the Bapt& 75 Million .Campaigff vraS ,willnotvCom froir-thl- a source. It b Trfjouriced. decided upd at the meeting- - of tnSouthern Baptfei Convention in Alk" ftmta last May, tl&e women, through fhelr regular organization,. Ihe "Wo-Ta MJaaJntinrv TTnlon. at OnC6 agreed to be responsible1 for of the siim sought, or" $15,000,000. This., means that the Baptist women of thti Soutn"- will raise for missions Of alj '.ltindsl Christian educatfon and bene , dlenceB-- the sum of $3,000,000 a yar fbr th next. five years. In addition to BK their' contributions- to local enterprises and spTSclal work. Througfi- the channels of the 'Woman's Mlsslonorr Union, with at Baltimore, Md., the Baptist women of .the Soutk aave siact i "i6 their oreanlsatloH.' eontritaited mort than $5,000,000 In caali to yarioua Church building fund established ir fctfnor of one of the greatest- leaden Southern Baptist women hav'c3 known But money for the support of these, institutions as well as that for the pay mefit J? the women's pledge.. of. $15, " th? 75 Million. Campaign wtff b rafsed by the actual work o the' women and through economy an( rifiqe. Church fair8 bazaars, sup pers, ice cream socials and the like -- me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone."- - TAKE 'i CARDUI Hie Woman's Tonic She writes further: 4T am in splendid health . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc, every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have Used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for yaars, endorse this medi-da- c. Think what it means splendid health, to be See Mrs. Spell. Ghre " 53 i one-fift- h - The American Red Cross join a- - - - head-quarter- k h- - Allycktneedisa Cariitf atrial. iK)tnaIpaUonali6rposec,.-.(WU)ith- e vai-d'itfo- a KENTFC 6f boxas of foda'iftl clofciaf aa4 oiaar Immtosent to orphJusa - I v- $ AH Druggist jn. '3. 'A " J ti J? &' W'-cT- -- "THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , vW-' V. Reasons iforBuying the Sturdy Grt Kd . 3d Is High School He ncr M". Riti "I .WW artmg"Wtf e ike Strata Cowm 3. mite Oak Hubs 4L IHeavily Ironed 'JL 'Hickory Axles 3L, "White Oak Tongues 2x the honor roll for the fallowing and High School for month ending Nov. 21. In vorder to be upon the honor soil a pupil must have a grade of 90 or Inore In each subject, stubled, toget. her vvltih a nf 90'nr abnvA? isu uraue. v Ruth Phelps, "si' AaTauauun rlAnnrf-.mfintur mm mi ' ' tfePar 3T. .jaBSast a . S8JskeTrougHouF , P.,ll inhie Sinclair, ayron. Strange Davis Jones. William Sandusky.. i -? ' .J -. " ' - rvi mmmwi Si JL1 i i. Bard to Break life-tim- Alta Morrison. ' 2nd Grade V : V - e cf liard work. 32 yotisdo. not know the Mogul jdEealer near you, Tyrite us at once. jafcStnrdy, stoutly built ragoa made fc -- r, ' . LoulseSmith, Befnice'Murrell. Mary know the Mogul Sealer idear you, write, us,,.,.-.- .. fXnJ3. "Wagon Co.. Incorporate!. HoosinCTgle. iiyoru don't TVIDE TRACK WAGONS. track, JjMostda'ara" made in the atandard aio old favorite Southern hay frame waconlieds, vdadi fit ronr track of Southern a& theThe new. standard hcountry or .ante trade an also be famished. 60-in- ch 56-inc- Elizabeth Sinclair. 3rd Grade. r c " -- Fred Morgan, ;i J" Vtr' 'Ella Jackman, Ky, aocal News. cOil 2L Activities. Elizabeth Montgomery, Nona Waggener, Eertie Janes, Emma L. Menzies. Hazel Rasner. Eula Workman. Katheryn Shipp. .,.i: Alta McClister. . .:? uri H b b -- v M : H h IMIM ......H M iiV .iB .....H B :' :;; ;. -- OF 1 Uabel-Noe- . -- dispatch from Burkesville, date,j Oaramber 3rd, says: The Leonard Oil tScszge&riy brought in a great gas well &beSam Garmon lease on Big Renox stsek, this county, at 105 feet. The raught fire from the furnace and r&&ed uo the drilling machine. The ,tfif,e has not been extinguished and is lately visible in this city at night, a 'X&su.nce of ten miles 3?iie same company has a good oil sreU on another lease nearby. Some 3reeks ago they had droped the tools iia. the latter well, which is on the sxm of Tal Sparks, a few yards down Sff "Renox creek from the Garmon il ease, and upon getting their tools out Cocind the hole nearly full of a fine of green oil. They estimate ,'&& they can make from a fifteen y$o twenty-barrwell out of it. The Old American Oil Company is tiCounterlng a great flow of gas in tiieir No. 1 on the Burchette lease .susb norm if this city. It is expected s: el -- ig-k- Margaret Depp. Catherine Myers. 4th Grade. Leonard Noe, Denver McClister, Samuel Kelsay, Ruby Neat, Lucile Epperson, Bessie Bennett, Cecil Sullivan, Effle Sandusky, Lillian McVahan, 5th Grade. , -' Margaret Coffey, 6th Grade. Norene Cofer. w 7th Grade. Robert Winfrey. Frances Browning, "" Lucile Winfrey, Margaret Patteson, Opal Blakey. Julia Phelps, ' Marjorie Kelsay, " FARMERS TOBICCO WAREHOUSE CO. AT- t" - S Ceimpbellsvilie, Kv. Don't Lose Money by Selling Too Soon Don't Try to Make Tour Own Market -- saany time. ' 2:. Laet-- and others, of Pittsburg, I'dffe giveu a contract for ten wells In Jve si 8th Grade. Nell Smith, Frances Russell, Robert Williams, Delbert Arnold, Willie Rosenbautn. Allan Mercer 1st Year Frank Callison, Rachel Coffey, L j Let, Several Buyers See Your Tobacco Don't Your Tobacco Away to Anyone. we41 eastern part of this county, the one to be put on the farm of Bud Huddleston, on Bear creek. Machine ry a. new Parkersburg, is due to arrive by the 15th of this month. High School, , -- G-ues- s for Sale )k th2 IGLli of December, I will sell 6 tny placp, Sparksville, the fol-rwin- g: Two mare mules, 16 hands .high, coming5year old. Nine head --dS. shesp, two good brood mares and a i;ily all my farming tools, plows, .axkes, cultivators, etc, all my including a piano, and all ifi&crien furniture. I will also sell 75 Jarre's of corn, a lot of hay and fodder J33exai3 made known on day of Sale J. 0. Wooten house-ffiTpWL'ood- Morris Epperson, Lula Phelp3, Mabel Rosenbaum. Marshall Paul. 2nd Year High School. Robert Gill. Verly Phelps. Virginia Smith. 3rd Year High School: . Bring your Tobacco to us on the stick, . graded, in Good Order and ex- . . ' displayed on our ' wll lighted " amine it, thereby guaranteeing you the highest market price. i ' s, .if J- - floor where several experienced buyers may - "Mr. Frank Judo", who was living on Komar Heights, has removed to a fdfereliing in the Tuttaddition. ; V ' KENTUCKY FARMS S3yitiicres. "Vll improved limestcme HsnQa'mlle from R..Jt. on pike. Price, Flossie Shlvely, Mary Graves McMahan. Nathan Allison. " Frank Hughes. c . 4th Year High SchoolT- - Stanley Cundiff, -Mary Hughes. A. P..Prather, Supt '.. We will have Oapt. " -- RHutchings, one of the best Auctioneers in this r r vv- -- ' iW--. '? '' n I, 4'. '. r Ipountry to manage the floors. - Notice. All 'parties, who have not paid their taxes are requested to come in at once and settle same, if this, is not done, either myself or deputy will call on you right away, and if you are not prepared to pay, will have to levy on your Sproperty, .this will be an un. pleasant duty, but your taxes are past due, and am compelled to collect them, this is the third notice, you have had ample warning. If you are not: prepared to pay when wecallonyou-wwill have to levy. Cortez Sanders, S. A. C. . We OfferrYou The Best &?'i&$8Bl Sks s Eftt-"- " ,200.00 per "acre. ' -- . Larjo-f- t '&S&V-P- C3S5acres ; 3 miles from R. It. ; Jot of vsaofi tobacco land ; fairly well Pricey $20.00 per acre. 29$ acres ; JUQ acres .in cultivation ; s2s??iobaecQ Jand; 4 miles from.R- - R. Price, 12,000.00.aeres nearly all in cultivation: m-pT- - s:wtt..: m jiT SUS. Floor Snace r .?:- - WJ -- 'i ;sv' Five of the Big Buyers Fair ""Treatment. - Rlentv ?:.- - ftf-LiV- ht - ' ? - -J . Itexg-mn- i :fl. .' '- - mile in pike. Price, 65,00 per acre. 1C0 .acres inob ;land. ?ome suitable Torfnacco aud fruit; 3 miles from R. xaXiQ off 3Hfe. &.i-$Price; 12,500.00. r3$Sv3ccres-- ; 1 miie from R.-.on good SS&i about 150 acres in cultivation ; 'vbk&I fenced and good improvements. . ceo land ; S' miles "to R. R.; flp IftA, LJ.1 YV.lll OtJII JLJVC1J r I fJ-'- OJ . JUiLUCpb OttOUlUclJ. Sj',..4- - 4-- , I WE WILL RE0EIYE TOBACCO FOR BIG OPENING SALE (i e acres limestone. land "In high estate ) cultivation; "miles frcm .3"jfflisvaie. Price, $175.00 per acre. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. L. 102icres River farm ; 5 mles from C. Reece, who have rooms' in the jXJmlsvme; ?165J00 per cre. 32ff acres well improved upland land; Christian college building, died SunaSS'imiles from city. Price, 48,000,00. day about dark, it was their firstborn, and;tha dispensation of Provi:' JNDIANA FARMS x SET acres finetohacco and Blue Grass dence isjiard to bear. rZma&i only '8 wilciS from Louisville. 18,O00.0f. ?St5o Oil men continue to visit Adair S2S acres I all JIne rlvr iottoni; county. From twojtq five "men are registered atth Jeffrie Hotel daily. .aS7aiaes; well Improved; $4,250.00. They all say th'afrgf is here and tbtt thyare going after it. If a flowing f51 could b broucht laCoIumbia It wuW betb llTtlliMi. twn- In all thi ;J7PW-Jjone- s Blif., " -- Tje, S0O 15,000.00. 4- - ;r ... Qm And After Decern bar 4,1919 Faprnerg Tobacc -. . ' - . . LLEr KY. partofKtntucky. -'-- ..'WarehoaseCo.!-- ''" ; . ,i $?&?-'- . .w j-- ' - x".-- -. ,"""" i r