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Buffet Uncheta Given far Mrs. Herman Barnett. 9, 1920. x s f Baltimore, Dec. 12. The immediate At once every lover of Humanity is Mr. D. P. Weeks and Mr. E. T. We have been furnished by the Sunday Evening Jan., 4 Methodist necessity of organization of the scatrespond to the Kemper, of Danville, who are engaged On Friday, Dec. 12, a lovely Buffet Bureau of War Bisk Insurance with urged toalive tered religious forces of the Protestthe starving women in operatingfor oil, were in Columbia Church. Subject: The church, call to keep Luncheon was given at the home of all necessary instructions, bl anks and ant and Protestant Episcopal denomArmenia. I was in last week with the Awakened by Her Ne'v Opportunities inations throughout the United States Mrs. Eros Barger In honor of her sisseveral. days-o- f rates for the reinstatement and con. and, children of week at the "Near view of organizing a local company for Speakers: Eld. Z. T. Williams and so that they may compete successfully ter, Mrs. Herman Barnett, by the folLouisville last version of jour Government Insurance East Belief" Conference. We heard the purpose Adair coun- Judge H. C. Baker. with the workof other denominations, lowing ladies: Mesdames Eros Barand will be glad to render you, free of Monday Evening, Jan., 5 Presby- was urged by Dr. E. Eard Taylor of ger, Gordon Montgomery, Geo Stultst cost, any assistance we can in rein- Mr. C V, Vickery, secretary, of the ty. A number of our citizens met J. F. Patteson, Bruce Montgomery, stating or converting your policy. work inthe U S. whose office is in with them, all being favorably im- terian church. Subject: The church, New York, general manager of the C. M. Russell, Fred Hill, Barksdale presentation of the Awakened by the Rediscovery of the h World Movement, at the The Government Is offering liberal New York, also Gen. Mesrop Nevton pressed with their terms along this line and the policies Azgapetian,formerly of the Imperial project, which may prove of inestima- Reality and Powers of Prayers. Speak- Federal Council of Churches which Hamlett, Geo. Staples, Preston Miller, O. P. Miller, W. R Myers, Fred axe very attractive. We are sure, Russian Army, a native Armenian ble value to this county. Messrs. ers: Horace .Jeff ri es and R. Y continued its session here today. Dr. Taylor declared that if an organ Myers, W. A. Coffey, Ray Conover, A. since getting the informatiun we have, and Mr. J O. Arroll a 4,Y'' man from Weeks and Kemper are satisfied that Bennett. that every former Servfce Man should Armenia, all of whom gave appalling there is oil in Adair county, and, that Tuesday evening Jan , 6, Christian ization were not affected at once, the D. Patteson, John Lee Walker, S. P. Patteson; Misses Mary retain at least a portion of his Govern- accounts of conditions still existing if proper drilling is done, it will be church. Subject: The church, consequences would prove little short Miller, W B. Miller and Minnie Trip--; Miller, Susan Awakened by a "Vision of the World's of disastrous. The speaker told of ment insurance. there. Belief without delay from the found in paying quantities They informed The News that cer Speakers: Rev. B. T. Watson the foreign work done by other de- lett. G. R Reed Insurance Agency. 200,000 of U S is all that can save nominations. He said that vast fields them. A Christmas emergency call tain capitalists in Detroit, Mich., and Rev. Eimer Ashby. Big Game Basket Ball Friday Wednesday evening, Jan , 7, Baptist must yet be covered and it was for the A full line of Antitoxine and Ser- is being made all over the U. S have agreed to put $75,000 in the denight 7:15 at C ft. S. Gym. ums. Hill's Drug Store, friends! velopment, provided local mea will church Subject: The church, Protestant forces to see that they Respond at once please Ky. Columbia Ath., Club vs Russel Through every Sunday school in the take an interest and help push the en- Awakened bv the New Call for Co- were worked and gone over terprise to a successful conclusion Speakers. operation. Rev, J. L l county, every church, every Springs. Public Sale. This is a day in which big money is Murrell and G. R. Reed. Miss Jennie Garnett is the county Thursday evening Jan., 8 Methodist For nice Christmas presents, goto A wonderful supply of toys can be treasurer. Get your offering to her made, but it take.i capital to make Therefore, there will have to church. Subject: The church. the store of Nell & Cheatham. money found at Nell & Cheatham. without fail, this will help to pay for On December 20, 1919, I will offer loads now on the way. Save be an outlay in order to reach a big Awakened by a Revival of Family Re for Sale, at my place, near Ozark, Ky two ship haul. ligion Speakers: Rev. F. J. Barger COMMISSIONER' SALE. B. T. Watson. We are never too busy to give you to the highest and best bidder, the a life. If the judgment of oil speculators is and Mrs. Z T. Williams. Chairman. best optical Service to be had. the following described property: correct, and there have been mauy R. L. Hill. Friday evening Jan , 9, Presby Two mare mules, seven years old. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT from a distance here, all expressing For Sale. One good work horse, eleven years terian church. Subject: ThB church OF KENTUCKY. that the formations in Acair county Married in Lebanon. old. strongly indicated oil, we hope that Awakened by the Call for Workers. Lena M. Paull & others jPltff 1 Two mares, twelve and six years old. vs Y knife also a local company will be organized and Speakers: Rev. T. J. Wade and Rev. Good as new Cheese Two extra good milch cows, coming Lost Wednesday morning Miss Letitia Paull & others Deft ) the county developed. Hidden wealth W. T. May. Tobacco knife. Will sell cheap. 4 years old. By virture of a Judgment and of should be brought to the surface, as AiJeen Meader, of Campbellsville, the R. V. Bennett. Sec, Mattie S Leach. All my farming tools. Sale of Adair Circuit Courts, very much nee led, mo re more wealth is second daughter of W. I. and Laura Roy, Ky. One good mowing machine and hay Meade t, was married in Lebanon to rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, so than ever before known in the hisPublic Sale. rake country. Messrs. Weeks and Mr. Raymond Goodin, Father Hogarty 1919, in the above cause, I shall pro-ce- ed tory of the Runs Under Same Management. Plows, harness, and all other farmto offer for sale at the Courtneighbors, and they Kemper are our officiating ing tools. On Saturday, the 27th of this month, was che cultimation house door in Columbia Kentucky tot. to Columbia highly recommeded. come Tnis marriage Also four stacks hay and fifty or A few days ago Mr. Elsey Young The name of the corporation will be I will sell, to the highest bidder, at of a long courtship. The bride is the highest bidder, at Public Auction,, sixty barrels of corn. and Col. L. T. Neat, who recently the Trlco Oil and Refining Company. farm, at Bliss, four miles from Co- well known in Columbia where she on Monday the 5th day of Jan , 1920,. One extra good wagon. purchased The New Merchant Hotel Place of business, Columbia, Ky. lumbia, on the Gradyville road, the hasa number of friends and many rel- at One o'clock p. m., or thereabout, One good surrey and double harness building at Campbellsville, sold the following: atives. The groom is a contractor, (being County Court) upon a credit of" kitchen same to J. S Breeding and Mr. Ra All my Household and described A big line of fancy candies at the Two good hoises, comparatively and is a popular gentleman He is a six months the follo-vinfurniture. A certain tract or Conover, this place. We learn the store of Nell & Cheatham. They al- young. native of Lebanon, duo the couple property Also one Extra Good Gimball Organ-Man- price paid was $1,500 in advance of the so have a large supply of stick candy. parcel of land lying in the corporate Two good mules, ages right. will reside iu Campbellsville. other things too numerous to amount Young & Net paid, 816,000 limits oi the ton of CoJumbJa, oa Four milch cows, giving milk. mention. road leainh oulof said Town fd There "ill be no change in the manTwo sows and eighteen shoats, all Commissioner's Sale. Attention is called to the advertise- the Terms' made known on da of Sale. agement of the hotel The new own good. ment of Keene & Hoy in The News the Jamestown road and is described L. G. Montgomery. by meets and bounds in Deed Book 9 ers have rented it to Mr Walter Hos Some hay and corn. tbis week. Ozark, Ky., Page 95 of the Adair County Court kins, who has been in charge for a ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Household goods, and kitchen fur OF KENTUCKY niture. Clerk's Office, and contains about oca number of years. The new owners It is hoped that when the town bought as an investment, and its The Mlnistarial Association, after aore more or less. For the purchase Commonwealth of The A good sideboard, davenport, piano, having advised with the business men clock is started that some one will be Kentucky Pltff price, the purchaser, with approved our judgment they made a deal that many other useful and China closet, and putiu charge who understands its other chzeus of the community surety or securities, must execute vs articles, and a good Ford car. mechanism It is a piece of property wilt prove profitable, Montgomery Deft Susie has laid plans for a community Christ- Bond, bearing legal interest from tbe Terms made Known in day of sale. and that cost this county $1,000, and it mas tree to be placed in the public day of sale until paid and having the should have the best of care, it was The Rexall Stores are alwajs the Rollin Hurt on Cress PeU. N. Whitlock. square in the weather permits, and to tition Pltff force and effect of a Judgment. Bidinstalled for the convenience of the Leaders in their line9 Ours is a Auctioneer, J S. Breeding. be placed in the court-housif the vs ders willbe prepared to comply prompttowu and county, as people living six complete Rexall Store. J Susie Montgomery Deft weather is bad. There will be some- ly i R. L Hill these and eight miles from Columbia can f By virture of a judgment and order thing on the tree for every child in the W.withCoffey, terms. A. See brand and make of Fountain Master Commissioner. hear it strike and keep up with the of sale of Adair Circuit Court rendercommunity. The following committees R. L. Hill. Pens for Serious Operation. time. When it is out of commission ed at the November Term, thereof, has been appointed Plenty of Elgin watches at HuTs it is missed more than any thing else 1919, in the above cause, for the sums Committee on Tree. Ray Conover. Jewelry Store, Campbellsville, Ky. county. In the J Mr J. R. Garnett, whose serious of $77.66 with six per cent, interest Doing Well. Lee Grissom Ruel Walker. 00 Our Holiday line is complete, ihd affliction has been frequently mention- thereon from Oct. 31, 1911 and 810 Committee on Funds. Mrs. W. A. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Miss Sallie Baker, who has 'been in 11) nes, Mrs. C. M. Russell, Mrs. Geo. our prices very reasonable. ed in The News, was operated on for with six per cent. Int. theron from Jan R. "Hill. 1 2 with inHospital. Lebanon, for the Stuits. Elizabeth appendicitis, in Elizabeth Infirmary, 4th, 1912, and $3.70 and Lebanon, last Monday afternoon. Dr. terest thereon from the 28th day of past two weeks, was operated on last Committee on music Mrs. Barks-dal- e ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT May Become An Aviation Station. McChord was the operating surgeon Feb. 1913, and $52 95 costs herein, I Saturday afternoon by Dr R. C McHamlette, Mrs. R. Y. Bennett, operation was a success OF KENTUCKY. The pilot and also r,ne manager of Dr W. F. Cartwright, this place, was shall proceed to offer for sale at the Chord is The she will b able to re- Mrs E. B Barger. door in Columbia, Ky., to and it hoped W J. Bottom etc Pltff. ) the airplane that visited Columoia present, and he states that the opera- Court-hous- e Ber R. Y. Bennett, Sej., vs ) last Sunday week, lighting in a field of tion was skillfully performed, but it the highest bidder, at Public Auction, turn home in a few weeks C C Bottom etc Deft Mr. Tilden Wllcrxin, were perfectly was very serious, attended with a on Monday the 5th day of Jan. '1920, brother, W. L. Baker, of Monticello, delighted with t.ieir stop here, and esand her sister, Mrs W. D Jones, are By virture of a Judgment and Or--' For Sale. pecially the ground upon which they great deal of danger. Mr. Garnett at One o'clock p. m or thereabout with her. Mr. H. T. Baker returned der of Sale of Adair Circuit Courfse, Wilcox, stood the operation bravely. A great (being County Court,) upon a credit lit. In leavrjg they told Mr rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof in, to hold the fiela, that they would deal of puss had formed below the of six months the following described from the hospital Sunday afternoon. Cne old style piano, in good condirecommr'jd it to the government for a 1919, in the above cause, I shall proproperty to wit: A certain house and permanent aviation station for this appendix, and that being removed, lot, which is situated in the Town of One hundred nice rugs, and all kinds tion, will sell cheap. Also one good ceed to offer for sale at the Court .section of country, and also for a till the chances for the patients recovery J. P. Beard. violin of stationery at Nell & Cheatham's house door in Columbia, Ky., to tha. .'ing station They also said that they is much brighter, though at this Columbia, Adair County, Ky , and is ' Columbia, Ky., highest bidder, at Public Auction, os were iooKlug out ior a station na writing four days after the operation, bounded and described as follows: Monday, the 5th da of Jan. 1920, at thia was the best place they had Mr. Garnett is a very sick man, but Thirty yards wide upon the front and Married in Louisville. Send us your broken spectacles. Oue o'clock p. m., or thereabout (ba struck. They further said to Mr. twenty-nin- e yards wide upon the back Wilcoxin that he would be sure to hear nothing will be left undone to bring We will repair and return them im- iug County Court) upon a credit o and is Lot No 6 as laid down on plat On Wednesday, Dec. 10, 1919, at from the government about his ultimate recovery. R. L. Hill. No. 20 of high noon, Miss Bess Leftwich, of mediately. b!x months, the following described No. 2 Page 644 of Deed Book Do you want "Kryptok" Glasses? property of Adair Coun- Milltown, was married to Mr. Noel S. A certaiu tract of the Office of the Clerk Died Near Knifley. If so, we can supply them on short same lot con- Thomas, of Cincinnati, Ohio, at the land lying in Adair County Ky. on, ty Court, and is the COMMISSIONER'S SALE. R. L. Hill. notice. veyed to Susie Montgomery by N. M. Willard Hotel, Louisville,. Ky. The the waters of Green River, and bounded and described a3 follows: Begi&r by Deed bearing date August ceremony was pronounced by Rev J. Mr. Richard Humphress, a brother Tutt Good Farm Changes Hands. ning at a stone and White Oak corner 24. 1917 and recorded in Deed Rook I. Thompson, of that .city. They left ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT of Mrs. H. B Ingram, this place, died No. "28 Page 356 of said Clerk's Office. immediately for Cincinnati, where to George Boyd, rhence N 58J E OF KENTUCKY. Last Thursday afternoon M. O. at his home, near Knifley. last Wednespoles to a Poplir, White Oak avZ. Stevenson, who lives, two and a half day. . He was quite an aged man and For the purchase price, the purchaser, the groom is in college. E. R, MoKinney, Pltff. ) Hickory in John Chelf's line, theoec on the Stanford was oue of Adair's best citizens. He with approved surely or securities, miles out of town, vs with his line N 19 W 66 poles to a. pike, sold his farm containing about leaves a wife and a number of sons and must executo Bond, bearing legal inG A. Branham, Deft. ) Notice. one hundred acres, to Elsey Young, daughters. terest from day of sale until paid and By virture of a Judgment and Or- White Oak, Chelf's corner, thence JS w for fifteen thousand dollars, five thoushaving tbe force and effect of a judgder of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, 18 W 84 poles to two White Oak and and down and the remainder the first ment Bidders will be prepared to Farm for Sale in Adair Cov Just op- rendered at the November Term Black Gum, corner to 'same, theaea day of February, at which time Mr. For tale. comply promptly with these terms. Stevenson will give possession This posite Gentry's mill, known as the thereof. 1919, in the above cause, for with same N 56 E 26 poles to a White: leaves Mr. Stevenson sixty acres adW. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. Sam Bryant farm. I will .be on the the sum of oue hundred and forty dol- and Black Oak. corner to said ChetfP An extra good, thorougbred Jersey joining the main farm. It is hoped premises Friday Deo, 19, 1919. 70 acres lars (140 00) with the interest at the thence with another lfd of same TSr chat Mr. Stevenson is not calculating milch cow, 5 years old. Will be fresh high-clasHoliday novelties in rate of 6 per cent, per annum from 34 W 48 poles to a Dogwood and: more less. on removiug from Adair county, as he in March. See me at the News office, R. L. Hill. one of the is a first class citizen and the 13 day of Nov. 1919. until paid, Black Oak, pointers in said Chelf's M. C. DeHart, from Cincinnati E. L. Feese, or write, best farmers in all this section and $50.40 costs Herein, I shall pro- line, thence S 331 w 218 poles to a. Columbia, Ky. P. O. Box 190. Magazine Subscriptions for ceed to offer for sale at the Court- Hickory, corner to George Boyd, Christmas will be here in a few days There was a big fur sale in Louisville house door in Columbia, Ky., to. the thence with his line S 58J E 110 poles and every thing indicates that the day Mr G. T. Flowers and Elmer Keene, Christmas means a .gift every last Monday: Mr Sam Lewis, a high st bidder, at Public Auction, on ro the beginning, containing 110 acres we celebrate as the birth oi our savior, of Gradyville, have removed to Colum- month in the year. dealer of this place, went to the city Mouday, will not be desecrated, as John Barleythe 5th day of Jan 1920, at more or less For the purchase price, Mrs. A. L Eubank. Saturday, and had on this market corn has cone out of business. II the bia. The former has rooms In Mrs. Oue o'clock p. m . or thereabout (be- the purchaser, with approved suretj opossums, 400 muskrat, 200 skunks, lid was off thousands of dollars would Lola Lovett's dwelling, and the latter ing Gounty Court), upon a credit of or securities, must execute Bond, be spent for 'ardent spirits, and the is occupying the residence known as Mr. N. T Mercer, Postmaster at 25 minks, 75 'coon, 29 gray fox and one six months t he following described bearing legal interest from the day ef most of that amount by men who Mrs. Kate Smith's property, just be Columbia, Ky., is in receipt of his civ- red fox for which he paid 84,000. property A certain tract of sale until paid and having the forge need the money for their families. low the Bank of Columbia on Burkes-vill- il service commission for reappointr land lying in Adair County Kentucky, and effect of a Judgment. Biddecz-wll- l ment as postmaster. 'Mr. Mercer was The Basket Ball team from the and bounded and desciibed as follows: street. be prepare 1 to comply prompt'y Fancy, Hand painted and Imported was reappointed without opposition. Baptist College, Campbellsville, came Bounded by the lands of Barrett Pat- with these terms. Hill's Drug Store. China. "If it isn't an Eastman, It isn't a ThIs.appointment is perfectly satis over last Friday night and engaged the terson, Tavey Ross, Dr. Lacy, and W. A Coffey, Master Commissioser. family left Kodak." If it a "Kodak" it is an factory to the patons of the office. Columbia Athletics. It was a one William Curry's heirs and containing Mr. Lucian Blair and Adair last Thursday for Macomb, Eastman. "We have a full line of "Kosided contest, the result being 8 to 40 III , their future home. Mr. Blair dak" and Supplies. I have three houses ind lots for against the visitors. A large audience 34 acres more or less. 4 or more com Libbey'a cut Glass in modern eras-tioR. L. Hill. plete description reference is made to Hilt's Jewe.lrv S'ore. is a good citizen and has an excellent sale in Campbellsville. witnessed the game. family. We take pleasure in com the judgment, pleadings and order of J. A. Sanders. Anderson Smith farm Wing two The mending them to the good people of sale For the purchase price, the purFire alarm was sounded from Mr. S. miles from Columbia, sold at his death Holidays Goods In Fancy Drug Sun- chaser, with approved surety or se- C. their new home. We will print the News next weekNeat's resideoee Friday afteraeoa I for 82,800. Since that sale the entire R. L Hill. dries in great variety. curities, must execute Bond, bearing but fortunately it was only the bar-i- ng Both the Greensburg and Campbells- - tract has been cut. into smaller farms on Monday morning-- in order that the leal interest from the day of sale unville Loose Leaf Houses had fine open-Sag- and sold up to now the original boun- force may be given a little time for out of a flue. Tbe buekefc brigade-starteBuyers were present from Rubber geods can be found at Nell til paid and having tbe force and ef inVhujry. wanting "ads" Christmas .Persons Louisville &Bd Cincinnati and tobacco dary has brought $30,000. & Cheatham's. feet of a Judgment. Bidders will be will govern themselves accordingly. sold high, especially Burlev. Good t -. prepared to comply promptly with Lo6t, a child's cape skin glove, beWe are the.loadew ia HelMsr Ftdark brought satisfactory prices. If you wiAtvto make a friend a nice The readers attention ,1s palled to fchese terms. tween the Baptist; ofeurch and the f aases and bex papea.. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Tebaoee has bee rapidly moving for hnma nf Dr. H. W. Dunn's nfflrv A ral present, you can f nd i&at the supply the eele aetioe ef, Jj. G. Mestgesiery '' The'Bexall Stow, CaetpfciMerttfe, Kju ' from Adair county I ' ,1 k the nM 6m drs ' . store of Neil & .Chatham. ia fchte IstasjBtWiaiws, , ward will be paid.' Am tbe )mm fleaf heases. Inter-ChurcCamp-bellsvill- e, Day-schoo-- Oc-der- to-w-it. y jt ") I e 8-- 2t v X-ma- s. y to-wi- t: ) . -- s -- 2,-1- to-w- e os. , s. d - T ! . - X l 4 - s ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ft&i Cross Seals Campaign Starts. tucky in a&Jforemost .position AFTER WAR ACTIVITIES among the States. Sales of the first six days of The public health";Iproblem of OF THE SUM OF $53,1 Kentucky is onelof the most im the Red Cross Christmas Seals AMERICAN RED CROSS have not been up to the mark portant the new administration get by the promoters of the sale, will face. Kentucky has some SOUTHERN METHODISTS OUTLINE THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING PLANS FOR HANDLING GREAT Promotes Public Health Nursing in which include every public health good health laws, enacted by the CENTENARY FUND. communities where none is estabagency in Kentucky. The State, votes of Democrats and Kepuoii- lished. Organizes classes in Home Hygiene, cans, which have done much Organization Will Collect Largest Koard of Health, the Kentucky and Care of the Sick and in Die- Amount Ever Handled By Any within the past few years to les- tectlcs. Tuberculosis Association, the Religious Denomination Encourages girls to take training to tuberculosis, Anywhere. Red Cross, the Public Health son the ravages of fit them to be nurses. Enrolls nurses. pursing Associations in all parts which medical experience has Centenary Commission of too THE DEPARTMENT OF The only a of the state, and the County Tu- demonstrated to be not Methodist Episcopal Church, South, MILITARY RELIEF. Trains men and boys, women and curable but a preventable dis- - has announced its plan for collecting berculosis Associations. girls in the prevention of accidents. J ease, mt people are aiding at the $53,000,000.00 which was pledged Organizes and conducts classes In ine Many stamps have been sold for the missionary work of the church First Aid and Life Saving. raising a fund of in the recent eight-dadrive. The Arouses public opinion to the values i i the intensive campaign in this time in ""of "safety first" and prevention of plan was prepared and will be directKentucky, where W. $130,000 with which to back up EXPECTTO COLLECT 00.000 w x m m?' wkt:- - ... . - grv jOI (b-- - m vw v 1 9 9 t whTTFTitaI ' MYERS-BARGfc- R COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS 1 y $Irthern -- C Ryerson, a newspaper live wire, is chairman. In Western Kentucky and in Central Kentucky, too, reports show that m?ny seals have bpen sold, but tut enough to make the state's a i )ta unless they are consider-- t y increased. In Lexington the school children have sold their quotas and ). ive sent in requisitions for iture Seals. Major Ernest B. JMs, who is Assisting Chairman J. A. Goodson there, offered nrizes of $100 for the best seals salesmen among' the children, first day the school aad solved. quota was all sold. the-very the Kentucky Tuberculosis Association in an educational campaign to prevent the spread of the disease from the 30,000 now afflicted with it in Kentucky to their families and others. This fund is being raised by the sale of Red CrossSIChristmas Seals, which cost a cent apiece and which are used to stamp packages gifts and letters during the Holidays Season. A.U who are interested in ridding Kentucky of the plague ought to Ibuy these stamps liberally. A few fcents from some and a few dollars from others and .the problem is ed by Colonel Jojin E. Edgerton, of disease through personal and com- Tennessee, the general centenary treasurer and the director of the department of finance for the Centenary , Commission. Colonel Edgerton is a well known business man. He is president and manager of the Lebanon Woolen Mills, president pf the Tennessee State Manufacturers Association, and during the war he was a member of the executive commitee of the war industry board appointed by President Wilson. A town always prospers best paign this wsek, but if necessary when the people are all united it will be continued until the" to help one another. When mer- It is hoped to finish the cam- IBERS With variable rule of getting everya new Governor in charge of obli 0 carry out its thing he needs at homk, even gations In countries overin "Kentucky the coming seas and to launch its peace though he can temporarily do program at home, the Amer week he will find there is one ican Red Cross will conduct its better elsewhere. There is the ence. old problem left over from forIn each of the four hundred districts annual campaign for members and greatest possible strength in un- of the church there is a Similar cab- funds between November 3 and Nomer aiministrationwith which vember 11, Armistice Day. Fifteen union of ac- inet composed of the Presiding Elders, million dollars is the national quota, he will have to wrestle, if Ken-tac- k ion of sentiment and the Lay leaders, Campaign Directors asked in addition to 1.920 members. be MacKenzie R. Todd has been ap-- . and the Chairman of the Methodist v is to take her place in the tion: If there are any circum pointed campaign manager for Ohio, the tribute of making-hetheir! know thereisawat to clean Minute Men. The Conference MissionIndiana and Kentucky, the three forefront of American, Common-- y stances in the world where recy ary Secretary is an member states of the Lake Division, by D. C. living model, in hoDe that theythera- - Moisten a sofWth with ' . weath where she belongs. That iprocity is valued it is at home. of all district cabinets The work of Dougherty, acting manager of the Di- may outstrip, her some day. warm water to whichV - litcle ammonia has been added.-collecting in the districts will be su- vision. Mr. Todd is now in Cleveland problem of The merchant is dependent on ""is the century-ol- d working on plans for the drive at the Oh, well, the man higher up is pervised by this district cabinet. 'the cloth out well and wipe general campaign headquarters. stopping the ravages of tubercuMr. Todd has appointed campaign Twenty Thousand Churches. a scoundrel. What about photographs very lightly, drying the farmer. The farmer upon each of the 20,000 local churches managers for the division R. F. In losis, the white plague, which them immediately with a soft", Manager; Clarence the merchant and mechanic. there will be local cabinets composed Grant, Ohio State State Manager, and the woman? dry cloth. Stanley, Indiana tst year took a toll of 4,000 lives of the pastor, the centenary treassuc- urer, the campaign director, the lay John R. Downing, Kentucky Stato There.is no such thing as Manager. in Kentucky, entailing an econom- leader, the chairman of the minute and men, the Sunday school superintendent nomic loss of millions of dollars, cess without EXEGUTIVE6 DETAIL PUNS and the president of the Woman's Edwin P .Morrow enters upon where this exists there is tbe Society. This cabinet will do Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 6. FUNDS AND affairs quota of $130,660 is raised. Many chants are willing to live and let more seals are, expected to be live; when every business man $old this week. shows his faith in the city or town in which he lives by stickUp to New GovOld Problems ing to and helping all in his powernor. er every legitimate enterprise in the town, and following the in- "Our slogan is no shrinkage, but an increase," said Colonel Edgerton recently. "Just as the Southern Methodist church has surpassed all records In securing pledges for benevolent purposes and has raised the largest sum ever given to any church at one time in the history of the world, so do we expect to set a new record in the collection of these pledges." An Extensive Organization. The organization through which these pledges will be collected has The four centers of responsibility. first is' a general finance commission with headquarters at Nashville, headed by Colonel Edgerton. This commission has prepared the standard plan and will direct the entire movement, handing down to the various bodies throughout the church detailed plans for their guidance. There will also be a conference cabinet in each annual conference of the church, about forty In number. These conference cabinets 'will be composed of the Conference Missionary Secretary, Conference Campaign Director, the Lay leader, and the Conference Centenary Treasurer. Each of these officials have certain specific duties, and will direct the work of collecting all the pledges' in each annual confer- munity hygiene. Gives instruction in rules governing the conduct of Red Cross (tosses Ir First Aid. THE DEPARTMENT OF JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP. Organizes children for community activities through school auxiliaries. Furnishes relief for suffering children in all parts of the world by contributing a part of membership fees. THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVILIAN RELIEF. Provides aid for families of soldiers, sailors and marines. Helps returned soldiers, sailors and FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFF THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE marines. Organizes and gives family social service, for a temporary period, in communities which have no other agencies to perform such service. Administers disaster relief. ' Provides an information service which makes available knowledge of facilities offered by the government and private agencies. Encourages community organization to meet the common needs of a locality. i i i i I 40 Years In the mill business enables us to make the very BEST and i PUREST. We don't use anything but the best making our Flour. of wheat in We Will Makeitto You Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We "give our special attention to exchange and custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. We Solicit Your Patronage. MYERS-BARGE- R CO., (tn.A.W Columbia Kentucky. THE RED CROSS JIs carrying to a conclusion serv-ic- e s to soldiers, sailors and still in camps and hospitals at home and abroad. jjlls relieving the suffering of civilians In foreign countries with donations of clothing materials, food and medicines and sending medical ?yid nursing aid to such countrJst. ma-rine- ThprpmnvhPR rteal nf JJJCCu J UK fll T Udyi ..I RED GROSS ANNOUNCES ITS ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FOB talk about the man higher up, but ho hasn'c half the following of the woman higher up. She arouses wide publicity everytime she makes a drive in a new limousine. When she lectures on the second maid, or Parisian models, everyone votes unanimously without the trouble of amendment. Her philanthropies 7 war-tim- e An electric vaporizer which takes the place of both spark plug and carbureter in automobile gas engines, has just been tried out in Rome. A Buick engine equipped with the device made 63 miles on one gallon of gasoline, while a Ford, similarly equipped, made 90 mi!e3 with one gallon. The inventor, Clyde B White, has sold the patent are so well direcced that ihe pro- rights to a Buffalo concern for ceeds actually exceed the ex $35,000 cash, $20,000 in stock and penses of the campaign, often by a royaitv of $500" a month. This a small margin it is true. Cleaning Photographs. lady does not .have to wait for flip fnmp nf n hplnrprl mnrhlp . ..- - W.W .. , ' uirty pnotoivaans are so un- memorial. Her supporters claim j9jghty-tl) WMW -- W W. W I i r A, io ; the-oft- en X. i I 1 Mis-siona- The Louisville Trust CO all the actual work of collecting the the duties of his office with op- greatest prosperity. it dividual pledges. portunities that havebeen vouchThe persons who made subscriptions will be divided into lists- of safed to but few Governors of twenty-fivand the lists will he KENTUCKY FARMS placed in charge of a certain member old Kentucky. Thej"state debt 630 acres. Well improved llinestisne of tho church cabinet who will collect economy land ; 1 mile from H. It. on pilvC. Prie, and its handling, the - AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE PEACE TIME RED GROSS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. e -- of administration he has! prom ised and which the! State must practice to get to a business basis, the elimination of every office for which there is no a positive need-a- ll these must be met by the able and ambitious young executive the people have chosen as their Governor, aided by a legislature which will be very much inclined to follow his lead in any matter fof the betterment of the state, though the state is not controlled by his party, tt is said, however, that it will not hamper Mr. Morrow in the carrying out of any constructive policy but, on the other hand, ' vf with him in . his ' ..will " trowed purpose of placing Ken- " te 5200.00 per 385 acres acre. ; good proved. per acre. acres in cultivation; 293 acres: tine tobacco land; 4 miles from It. It. on pike. Price, 12,000.00. 341 acres; nearly all In cultivation: lot of tobacco land ; 3 miles to It. It. ; mile to pike. Price, $65.00 per acre. 160 acres knob land. Some suitable for tobacco and fruit; 3 miles from R. It. ; y2 mile ofC pike. Price, $2,500.00. 313 acres ; 1 mile from R. R. on good pike; about 150 acres in cultivation; well fenced and good improvements. Price, $15,000.00. 500 acres limestone land In high state of cultivation; 8 miles frera Louisville. Price, $175.00 per acre. 102 acres River farm ; S miles from Louisville; $165.00 per acre. . 320 acres well Improved upland land ; 9 miles from city. Price, $4t,WU.W. Price, ."?20.00 3 miles from R. It. : lot of tobacco - land ; fairly well im140 INDIANA FARMS acres 'fine tobacco and Blue Grass land; only S miles from Louisville. Price, $18,000.00. 125 acres; all Hue river bottom; 117 $16,500.00. 20 acres; well SEMOHIN-GQODMANJn- improved; $4,250.00. c. 207 V Paul Jones BIdg., LOUISVILLE. kY. - all pledges as they come due. One feature of the standard plan it that the local church will be respon sible for collecting the full amount of If any subscriber its subscription. dies or meets with misfortune such as to render it impossible for him to pay bis pledge, it will be the duty of the church cabinet t6 secure another person to take the place of the one thus become delinquent. It is also proposed that every new member who comes into ' the church Bhall also be asked to make a contri bution to the Centenary fund. The Centenary fund of $35,000,00" will "be used for the church in an extension of its missionary worh throughout the world. Several million will be spent in the devastated re gions of France, Belgium, Poland and Russia. Other millions will go- to tot seven foreign fields occupied by thl church Meidco, Brazil, Cuba,-- Africa China, Japan and Korea. Other mil Uons will he spent In the Industrie sections of the great cities, in tht mountains, among the immigrants, thi negroes, and the Indians, and in buili log churchwr In tha missionary tarrt , ,tory of the United Staies. . Capital, Surplus and Undivided Pronts Over One Millior Dollars Lake Division Man ager Dl C. Dougherty calls A ct3 as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agenti Committee land Trustee, and can qualij attention to the fact that as such in any County in theXState. ' Congress recently prolonged Pays 3 per cent Iter Annum on Time Deposits. the responsibilities of the Red Cross abroad when it authorized the transANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. JOHN STITES. President. A. G. STITH. Sec fer to the Red Cross of such medical and surgical supplies and supplementary and dietary foodstuff now In Europe as are not needed by the army abroad or at home. These the Red Cross is to administer to relieve and j supply the pressing needs of the countries involved in the war. While many Americans may believe that Red Cross foreign obligations are at an end, Dr. Livingston Farrand, chairman of the central committee of the American Red Cross, calls attent tion to the fact that our Allies suffered 7K AIf Not Why Not INSURE With far.nlore hardships with war than didj IS we and that we have incurred obliga tions which honor demands shall be UNION INSURANCE discharged, and, furthermore, the vasl territory of the far east, cut off from sv 7K . aid during the war, has looked tc America since the cessation of hostil ities. OF The Red Cross is now turning. Its attention to home needs and has CINCINNATI, OHIO. worked out a program covering home IS service, nursing, preparation for disbest'for We sell money. aster relief and a Junior Membership "Service ,tx Americans" will be a Red Cross slogan henceforth. A( CTING $Sg$ i IS YOUR LIFE )K)f1 the INSURED? CENTRAL LIFE COMPANY, 8 a the C the least $ "Service to Americans" will be the. Red Cross slogan henceforth. See , G. T. 24-- STULtJS, Hgeipt, 1 COLUMBIA; PHONE KY. v ". , . $&$$26S &$&&XJitXX & ' I ) 4 -- ,i .X' r J;. 9 a M, t.Jd-"-' ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - WHERE Bav THOROUGHBREDS : (BY. KLBKltT "NVOOTEN. tu bu a. nldir, He is not too 'r"ud rn tigh't." For country, pUc- and honor, In the battJe for tJie right. I've raised im ti STRONGER - - May the God rf ba'tle spare him! While he is in this awful fight! For he is tijjhr.in for his Fjeedoro, And for his own dear country's right. RAGING Ger-man? GREAT WAR TAUGHT IMPORTANCE OF BREEDING OF HORSES. ENCOURAGED ABROAD. Should our land be purged with Must, our days be turned to night? Should our homes be full of sorrows? Would that be our hearts delight? Nations Who Bore Brunt cf Conflict Maintained the Sport as Much as Possible as Matter of Sound Policy In its Relation to National Defense. At no time in the cnuro of the last fire years, not even while the great war was at its height, did the Central Empires stop the racing of tlior oiighbred horses, "'lie great trades al Hamburg, Buda Pest. Vienna and Bv lin were the scenes of brilliant gatherings, even when the ftrand Duke Nicholas- was threatening East Prussi-will- ' 'nvi'sion and liruilof was on tin edge of the plains of Hungary with hi' wild Cusnck riders. At no time during the course of tiie great war wen American and English trainers .and .Jockeys, iio had been caught by th" declaration of war in ttcrmany and Austria-Hungar- y and were- unable to obtain passports, interned. They were permitted by governments their were seeking to destroy t pursue their accustomed callings unmolested and unrestrained. d To a certain extent racing was In Great Britain during the fnw two years of the great war. The ue of the famous Epsom Downs course as a resting place for convalescing sol diers necessitated the running of the famous British. Derby at Newmarket in 1914, 1915, 191G, 1917 and 191S. The preoccupation of the sportsmen of Great Britain In the business of war caused them, to a certain extent, to neglect the thoroughbred :iles of 1915, 391G and 1917, and Americans were enabled to slip in and buy up a lot of s stallions and mares with which to enrich the American thoroughbred industry France Alone Stops Racing. Of the great nations participating in the great war, France alone felt the necessity of stopping horse racing. Threatened with utter destruction in a flood of Teutonic barbarism, France had to send to the lighting lines on The Marne, the Soinme, the Aisne about Verdun, in the Vosses, every male Frenchman capable of bearing arms. Back of the fighting lines she had to mobilize the elderly men with tin women and children for the imperativ Upon work vi making munitions. France alone fell the burden of resisting the German tide for upward of two years. Throughout the course or the war speed tests were held at the great French tracks, but not as public spectacles. But there was no letting down of the bars as regards the exportation from France of thoroughbred blood any time during the war. As a special consideration citizens of the United States, a country from which the French, from the very beginning of tin war, were drawing enormous quanti-ties-o- f military mateiial, who had thoroughbred studs ill France, such men as John Sanford, of Amsterdam, Major August Belmont, Joseph E. Widener and Thomas P. Thnrne, were permitted, when transportation was available, to ship to the United States a limited number of thoroughbred yearlings. i"o matured thoroughbred stallions or males were allowed to leave the country, whether their owners were Frenchmen or outlnnders. Wlh the signing of the armistice France and" England resumed racing with characteristic enthusiasm. The attendance at the race tracks about Paris has been greater this season than in any for the twriod of half a dozen years preceding the outbreak of the great war. The crowds' that witnessed the running of the Derby, the Oaks, the Ascot Gold Cup, the Leger, etc., in Great Britain, were greater by the thousands than the greatest of race track gatherings. Sport Encouraged in Europe. In France and Great Britain the patronage of horse racing, by the public, has the highest government encourage-men- t now as the support of racing had even in Germany and Austria-Hungarthrough the dark months when human beings were finding it difficult to obtain nourishing food. France and England recognize today as Gerinany and Austria-Hungar- y have for many days the indispensibility of thoroughbred blood to national defense and necessity of thoroughbred horse racing for the maintenance at Its highest efficiency of thoroughbred blood. For upward of seventy years previous to the beginning of the great war the military governments of continental Europe had been maintaining thoroughbred studs for the production of military horses, an earlier century of experimentation having demonstrated to the satisfaction of experts that it was the horse that boasted of the greatest proportion of thoroughbred blood that showed the highest efficiency in military service, whether as a trooper's mount, an artillery horse or a part of the transport service. The great war had not progressed two years before British "and French specialists discovered that the life of the pure thoroughbred uriur the greening ts Should he fall beside his comrade, And our eyes dimmed with light. We will know he did his duty, For he was a soldier for the right. Yes, we know he did his duty, For they came out all right. Now, the Germans have been whipped And we have our hf arts delight. Now let little William Hohenzollern, Go down in history as the wrong, For he is the only man in the world, 'That is called die man of iron. car-taile- QUICK-RELIE- F For Rheumatism. Sore Muscles. Keuralcta, Backache. llemcUche and all naiet. Mmw. twV If I. UHs to ease any ache or pala la any put oS the body In twenty minutes. Price 60c AT DRUGGISTS, or bn matt postpaid. IT HAKES PAIN SAIL BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington. Ky. i ' Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store first-clas- Sugar Shamefully high. restrictions are being removed by the Government from various necessary articles, the prices are The latest evidence ot this fact is shown in the price of the sugar now reaching the market. During the war sugar was as scarce as it is today, and yet the Government required it to be retailed foi 11 cents and 12 cents.ixing the merchants margin of profit at 1 cent to 2 cents, which, it was staled, wa3 fair. Sugar from Louisiana is now reaching the market and the merchants who buy it are being compelled to pay around 21 cents per pound for it. Few of those handling it are fixing their margin of profit.at I cent or 2 cents, but are offering it all the way from 25 cents to 30 cents, it is said. Eastern sugar admitted to be of a much superior quality, continues to be so!d at 12 cents retail, but little of it is on the market. The difference in prise is said to be due to the fact that Kentucky has been placed in the New Orleans dist r i b u t i n g district and must secure its supply from Louisiana, and that the Government has removed its restrictions on sugar refined in the South. war-tim- As the e of war, Independently of days, while was twentj-fiv- e casualties, bred was 20 that of the to 22, of the half bred. IT, of the trotter 14 and of the lesser breeds of horses of no particular breed H to 7. English Learn Their Lesson. Previous to the war of the nations the British government had left the production of horses for the army to private enterprise. The British had merely muddled along, as is their habit in most things. The difficulty the war office experienced in equipping with suitable horses the cavalry, transport and artillery services of the tremendous armies that were being assembled in Franco in 191f5 and 1917, under Haig, convinced the rulers of the British Empire that the old haphazard scheme would not answer In future. The British Parliament was therefore constrained to accept the 1917 Major Hall Walker's generous .offer of his entire throughbred stud as the nucleus of a great Imperial Military Horse Breeding establishment and to employ Lord Lonsdale to manage and race the produce of that establishment on the tracks of Great Britain for purposes of elimination ns the Imperial German government had employed various scions of German royalty to race the produce of the national studs of Grad-It- z or and Trekenncn for thirty-fiv- e forty years before the outbreak of the great war. The 'munificence of Major Walker's gift to Tils country will be understood when It is reali7ed that his stud had been taxed on a valuation of upward of 3,000,000. Now that the war Is over Parliament is beginning to appropriate vast sums annually for the maintenance of this Imperial horse breeding establishment after the manner such establishments had been maintained in France, Germany, and Italy for half a century before the German invasion of Belgium. To promote the quick production of quantities of horses of thoroughbred, and half bred types, this establishment is preparing to give direct support to the Canadian National Bureau of Breeding, which was established some seven or eight years prior to 1914, and which supplied the Canadian and British forces with thousands of splendid half breds, and to create subsidiary branches in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and India.- - Advt. conditions three-quarter I ! 4 fi TO BUY ! I & YOUR Clothing, Hats, Caps Gloves, Shoes, etc. 4 LADIES' DRESS GOODS. UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS..' AM Wool Cotton Blankets Austria-- Hungary Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports Phone No. 4 three-quarterbre- d 12. Albin Murray $ 9 tu nie,y '4' $. The Greed For Gold. Columbia, M Kentucky n. In Iko A A'ir- PMtnh Moo. OAIm sky-rocketin- g. Millions of men are seeking to secure a livihood by exploiting other men. Great fortunes on paper are being built up and superimposed on others. Things as empty as holes in the ground, the forth ot the sea and as air pockets in the heavens and the caverns in Swiss cheese are made the bases- of issues ,of capital stock, and the stock is traded in just as long as one man who has bought it is able to sell it to another man with the inducement that he later can sell. Since the war corporations and partnerships capitalized in billions have been formed for the purpose of selling nothing for something. Enterprises that ought to be dead and buried are yielding dividends. These methods r are from the top to the bottom. Millions of men want to work just as little as they can and get more than they formerly did for greater effort. Our industrial relation system has dropped into a scheme of - , ;.!-..;.ace uu uae iu i yum iu cove anything that will later be taxed , n,i for the benefit of their ancient enemies. In France and England the people are tempted to get rid of much of their profiis because they feel that the government will claim what they have on hand when the tax gatherer comes. When Alvin '.York, the war's greatest hero, was being passed around from one "affair" to another and beihg overwhelmed with attention and adulation many people feared that there might be enough of flattery and flummery to turn his head and that he might be spoiled, as so many men have been, by too much notority. It is good to know that he came through .all right. Eor the man who could turn down all sorts of big money offers to appear in vaudeville The American Red Cross join a- H" It does look as if enormous taxes would make for saving, but the opposite is the effect in America. The cheap dollar is one of the causes of our recklessness. If a dollar is only 50 cents some reason that then it is worth nothing. Why attempt to reduce expendi- All you need is & flM-and- $ couragfy-Hi- s strated that he has splendid un the movies and go back selfishness and steadfast common and home to found a school for his sense as well as superb community, his state, and' tures if the surplus accumulated own people is all right. Alvin must go in a tax report to the York is more a hero today than his nation do well to be proud-'o- ' government? ever before.. For he has demon him. Whatsoever brought it about, it is a fact that there is less desire for work and more desire to The Vapor spend than at any other peroid Treatment within the recollection of men FOR who know people from experience Influenza, and tradition. Croup and Iu this extravagance all are Pneumonia guilty. The churches are reachMothers who know the aogmsH of waiting helplessly through ing out for millions and millions i s f wonTm m.?1I who mav nnt 9m 'w J of dollars. We sometimes " uuKnuiiwu. r i x I. 7 ".. ly ion 10 I..ccp uji - J a uoiuc oj uus enecuve croup remedy. der if they need it all. is a certain preventive and specific for colds, croup, influenza grippe, pneumonia and other respiratory ailments. The philanthropic institutions are calling for money, and more Ww money, and we some times wonEvery der what they do with it. charity is insistent for more. WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES Money and more money men think will cure all the ills and all It fs applied externally to the chest, throat and nostrils and is quickly absorbed through the pores of the the diseases that afflict the spirit skin. Its healing vapors rise and are inhaled directly" and the body of men. to the infected membranes. A a remedy,, it is doubly certain to produce satisfactory rcmki.. The nations, states, cdunties It has this characteristic that dgtiBguishes k few and cities, corporations, partnerother salves, it will not stain the clethes. ley a bottk of Vapomeatha TODAY. It is am mwdwfaie ships and individuals are spendprotection for an insigiuAcaat price. ing beyond any hitherto conceiv3c eoe, d $1.20 BoMIm at ed budget.; There are cheap Al Dnr aad GecMra! Stores. If your dealer eamot supply you erfer froa, things in life, but nobody waata . WRAME DRUG CO., N. The Yulf ar rich and the ,N.C them. poor waat nothing cheap Tulgar U ante-bellu- m holdup. y s ; 40 CARDlii Used Years Along with this amazing lack of desire to labor is an astounding extravagance. While money is cheap, people are throwing it away as if it were rotten. A traveler in Germany tells of the extravagance-ithat country that is based 'upon despair. Men and women are indulging in the wildest expenditures and debaucheries, eager to get away with the cheap money they have. Those who made great fortunes out of the war are seeking to get rid of them because they feel that soon these fortunes will be n V I "" u " t.- L-- i- -- i ? Vapo-ment- ha l.i VapMIthAi dbJe-actio- confiscated. Tin Wowa's TmIc M BL g Sold EvefywWe $ H. V iK. .M. an , KK. .K. .SH. - r.'s K. .K..Kte. .S. The Germans are indulging in the most expensive temporary aneffort to beat the luxurious French, English and Belgians out of their war indtmaftjU rW i v. -- - t Bfl5j -y r i M-- - r t f . -- . t J- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS lldair f - GoaiUy NeWf F B. Bijanttrip to ty farm L. Akin, same Coun - VnFaWidHHi Ob WfdnesdajB. jfU - 4 flO 4 00 I, I, T. 6. Davidson furnishing, jffr 60-in- '' rWM " 3 00 voting house 3 00 F. H. Durham,xsame 3 00 E G. Chiison, same G. H. Nell, same . ... .I 3 00 IJ. T. Mercer, samo ' Mor. ij. R, Tutt same HAMLETT. 3 00 DISr 3 00 W. S Pickett, same 3 do' .Ootvntlc Bwpperdtnroted to. the Interest A B. Henderson, same 3 00 Strong Hill, same Cltj of Columbia aad th people of Adair 3 00 Ed Baker, same adjotalns ccrantlei. 9 00 J. M. Shive, same 3 00 John Young, same 3 00 e Zstered at the Columba' as second Tom 'Bennett, same f V' -'6 00 H. K. Taylor, same man matter. IMS D L. Wilson and Mark Wife' r 6 00 son, fame 6 09 WED. DEC. 17, 1919. Junius Holt, same 3 00 John Brockman same 3 00 N. T. Jones, same 3 00 Steve Knlfley,Isame "Snbi.cripUon Price" leUand;2nd Postal Zone 3 00 Jake Bault, same fXLSOperyer. 3 00 M. Smith, same L. -- 'All Zones beyond 2nd$i00 pcr'year 3 00 Subscription due ard Payable in Advance B. A. Cooley, same A 3 00 R. O. Dillingham, same 6 00 Junius Hancock, same rv C. R, Hutchison furnishing COURT OF CLAIM 1 35 locks for ballot boxes Bradley & Gilbert Co., bind84 43 ing tax books etc ' A list of claims allowed at the RegM. C. Winfrey Clerk in Inular October Term, 1919, and Special quest cases 12 00 November Term, 1919. Eussell & Co., Blankets J. H. Janes & Son furnish-- r 42 00 and Comforts lor Jail ing paupers 4 00 $ atE. B. Atkinson Medical G. B. & Logan Murphy 3 50 tention to paupers paupers 996 23 Stamp & Stencil Co Koehler farmer's Store furnishing 38 26 Dog License Tags paupers 18 04 Printing Co. RecStandard Thomas Bros, furnishing 247 22 ord Books etc. and hauling lumber for Jake Helm Coffin for pauCo. farm 45 00 6 00 per 3j. B. Hurt furnishing wood U. S. Stapp making 3am on to pauper 5 00 25.00 B. S. Boad E E. Cheatham & Son Fer-A. B. Cox furnishing sills - tilizer for County 11 87 Farm 5 00 for bridge Sam Lewis furnishing bbl. Bert Epperson 6 Mo. salary ' iime for County 2 65 farm 37 50 as Co. Treas. .S. W. Absher Lumber DisStandard Printing Co. Electrict No. 6 17 70 11 65 ' IKay Montgomery, tion supplies Atty. for " Jeffries Hdwr. Store Goods Wood Diill Works, Tools 2L 99 for County bought by Hockinsmith . 69 49 Young lumber Sandusky & J. W. Sublett Lumber Dis257 05 etc trict No. 6 3 60 waiting on Cortex Sanders J.' W. Sublett & Bro. fur167 25 County Courts etc nishing paupers 13 00 25 60 Stove piping etc E. Cravens v Asa Butherford furnishing Dr. S. P. Miller 6 mo. salary paupers 26 00 235 50 as Health officer etc , Kat Walker Hauling Truck Dr. C. M. Russell holding out of Creek 2 00 6 00 Inquest Green Selby "Whitney & Heskamp Lum- Remaking Tax ' oer District No. 6 18 75 S. C. Neat 397 33 ceipts etc Iron Works & Mfg. making lists of - Co. Road Grader 255 00 S. C. Neat 35 05 transfers etc --J. E. Claywell furnishiHg Coun- for - paupers 26 00 L. C. Blair nails 2 51 ty farm & Cheatham goods fur- Nell Print" aisried Co. 29 60 Adair County News 305 72 ing ballots etc J. A. Biall furnishing pau 10 78 Oil etc pers 26 00 Germo Mfg Co., Floor Oil Co., 19 50 GermoMfg 3. A. Biall same 30 15 for same 12 00 3. E. Humble, Bros, supplies furSidney Burton, same 26 00 Barger 10 70 nished County 35. ft. Hardwick Transcribi Kemp, Rodgers & Co., furing, Indexing, and having 62 60 nishing paupers 116 50 bound Surveyor's records Sinclair cash paid W. S. J. W. Burton Supplies furBurley Young for bringing 37 93 nished Jailer truck from Louisville etc Stewart Hutchison Driving to Coun3 00 G. L. Wolford trip Truck to Co. farm 2 trips ty farm Highway Iron Products Co. Wiilar'd Neat, trip with car 475 48 Culverts Grader, plow, etc 3 00 to County farm Cortez Sanders Election - 5 00 same 6 00 Clell Tarter, Commissioner 3 days S. P Miller Medical Ser-Elsey Young Election Comvice rendered Marvin Al- 2 00 missioner 1 day 16 66 ley W. B. Patteson, !ame 2 00 ,36 66 O. P. Miller, same J. L. Walker Election Comr32 66 2 days missioner 400 W. J. Flowers, same mo sal- SL A. Tavlor 6 ' W. T. Price, "same 4 00 Dr 25 00 e physician ary as Steve Knifley repairing votChiison voting houses ing house 2 00 Harry Colam6ia, Kentncky- - CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS y A .t 0 Eo.-rai- t. TiS. e ',-tb- M track, the olcl Ma'de in the standard, which fits your Southern hay frames, wagon beds and the track of Southern country roads. Wide Track nice line of Ivory Goods, Clocks, Manicure Sets, Puff .t Jars, Perfume Bottles and Picture Frames. Fancy Cut Glass, Lemonade Sets, Flower Baskets and Champaign Glasses. - Post-offic- Mogiiijhgoits " f . K there U ao Kognl dealer near you, write C- o- Uc.rj.ntti. HopkiasrriIl.K Mosul Wasoa "Strong Where the Strain Como" 'Are made to stand the heavy strain of grinding farm and plantation service. Built 20 per cent oversize throughout and heavily ironed. or auto track. Also made 56-in- ch WATCH CHAINS FOR MEN' LADIES NECK WARE. v J. -- fur-,'nisei- " Special Election T. C. Davidson,- same W. S. Pickett, same Strong1 Hill, same John Young, same H. K. Taylor, same Mark Wilson, same Junius Holt, same N. T. Jones, same 'Jake Bault, same R. A. Cooley, same Junius Hancock, same J. B. Watson molasses can Dr. L. C. Nell Medical service to paupers W. E. Leach 4days; Justice Peace W. G Shepherd, same G. L. Wolford, same F. H. Bryant B. Cheatham, same H. A. Walker, same L. Akin, same S C. Neat, Clerk, same J. O. Grissom sheep claim W. J. Conover appraiser Robert Todd appraiser W. S. Sinclair Judge C. E. Claycomb furnishing paupers M. C. Winfrey Clerk of Inquest case Adair County News to - 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 There's Nothing More Beautiful for Young Men than a Waldemar Vest Chain, Chain Sets, Cuff Links or Tie Pin. Fountain Pens For All Purposes LADIES Consisting of Diamonds, Cameo, LaValiers, Picture Lockets in the Most Artistic Designs. 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 Stationery of the Best Quality RINGS . 3.00 300 2.00 26.00 16 00 Vanity and Envelops Hand Bags, Bar Pins, Cameo Brooches, Etc. From 20 to 30 per cent. Saving on Ladies Wrist Watches. For Ladies and Gentlemen. Don't Fail to" Inspect Them Before Buying. A Gift 16 00 1600 16 00 16 00 16 00 16 00 16-0- 0 Worth While for a Man Is a Nice Watch. G-- . 10 00 50 . 50 50 82 50 3 00 60 6 00 6 00 6 oo How About Your Silverware? Look it Over and See if There Isn't Something You Need. A Nice Gift for the Home Folks is a Clock. printing etc W. B. Patteson Election Commissioner 3 days Cortez Sanders, same Elsey Young, same A. W Don't Forget That. -- Tarter dieting pris- -- court-eouseet- c poor-hous- 1 NEW GROCERY FIRM I Hi h HOY KEENE & Epperson. Successors to Bert ' If! il?f ,. '1.A ie T nave purchased the Stock of Groceries recently owned by Mr. 'BertEpperson, and are doing business at We the same stand. -- S- FRESH SUPPLIES We will keep constantly for our customers a FRESH LINE of all kinds ' of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, etc. Fresh Candies for Christmas, and many other articles. AVe invite Mr. Epperson's old' customers to continue with us, and. will be glad to make many new ones. i , i KEENE K & HOY, 'WWW W WC COLUMBIA, &Stffcfc$&S2 oner etc, W. G. Shepherd 1 day Justice Peace W. E. Leach, same L. Akin, same H. A. Walker, same G. B. Cheatham, same F. H Bryant, same S. C. Neat, Clerk, same J. O. Grissom x sheep killed W. J. Conover appraiser James W. Burton appraiser W. S Sinclair Judge Noah Loy 1 mo salary County Supt. W. S. Sinclair 1 mo salary County Judge W. A. Coffey 1 mo salary County Attorney A. W. Tarter 1 mo services as Jailer J. C. Shirley 2 sheep killed L. J. Willis appraiser Geo H Willis appraiser W S. Sinclair Judge A. J Barnes 1 sheep killed H. T. Robinson appraiser J. R. Harper appraiser L. Akin J. P. J. L. McLean Election of- ticers Regular November Election, 1919 F. A Leach, same Ralph Hurt, same T. C Davidson, same L. C. Hindman, same N. C. Butler, same W. B. Patteson, same J. A. Young, same J. H. Burris, same J. B. Leftwich, same C. D. Cheatham, same Lewis Com p ton, same Marshall Moss, same. W. J. Edwards, same W. H. Kemp, same J. W. Yires, same W. P. Flowers, same Bascom Janes, same W. L. Fletcher, same E. E. Nell, same J. M Corbin, same X. W. Scott, same . Alvin Rossen, same Ed Janes, same. J. W. Young, same . (Dan Bryant, same Clarence Strange, same Zeuo Hammon, same G. E Powell, same W. A. Brockman, same John Webb, same Lee Burbridge, same C. L. Murreli, same IT. N. .Holt, same Jim Hays, same Hiram J. Conover, same W. F. Grant, same T W. Wheat, same Mont Tarter, same John 0. White, same J. G. Blackford, same1 Elbert Sanders, same Ernest Workman, same ' W. H. Sinclair, same Charli Bault, same l J Geo. 'Walker, same --- 4: 60480 y KODAKS I I AND- - STATIOARY of the Very Best Quality. 4 00 L. E. YOUNG, JEWELER, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Bp-- 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 12 00 50 50 50 100 00 91 66 83 33 ' I I I 1 I I - ; - 75 00 20 00 ' 50 50 50 15 00 50 50 50 - 4Bb - vriw& 0 sit y j- T5a jfs3 y.-- && ' r " AR It's no longer necessary to go into the details describing" the practical merits of the Ford car everybody knojws all about "The Universal Car." How it goes and comes day after day and year after year at an operating expense so small that it's wonderful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay. Buy a Ford car when you can get one. We'll take good care of your order get your Ford to you as soon as possible and when required. give the best in "after-servic- e" The parlies listed below have signed up with us agreeing to use nothing -' " '' ' 2 J CO - 2.00 2 2 2 2 2 2-00 00 00 00 00 00 2 ' 2,00 280 2 00 2 80 3 12 2 00 2 00 3 12 2 00 2 64 2 00 2 64 2 96 . but Genuine appoint-e- d Ford Parts, and to carry a completelline of same. as regular service stations: Therefore, they have been A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. &W E. NOE, Columbia, Kv. RICE & CO., Cane Valley ,Ky. 200 2 00 2 96 r2 00 2 64 2 00 2 64 2 64 THE BUCHANAN .YON CO., Incorporsii COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBEL I sviLLE, KENTUCKY, 200 2 2 00 64.' tiKTawvnfsvixnn-.u- n 2 64 2 00 2 0tf 2 64 II mJ 2 96 ;a.oo '3 40 200 296 140 3 ao 2 00 roo Mllburn Wolford, same P. H. Dunbar, same ' Smith, Jr., same T-D.v H. Beard, same Tvlr Tuoman, same James Woodrum, same G- - D. Bryanc, same: rmva ftarrelt. samei w. m. Toeter, same welby Cooley, same 1-- " 2 00 , 200 A. D. Patteson, same Berry Garner, same 2 00 3 20 2 00 J. P. Miller, same 2 48 J. C Strange, same 2 00 200 State ol Kentucky Qf 2 00 County of Adair 2 48 256 t, S. C. Neat, clerk of the Adair coun200 ty court certify that the above is a 2 00 2g6 true and correct copy of tbeekims al S lowed at the last regular October term of the Adair County Fiscal Court, 1919, and special terms November, 1919, as will be fouad of record in the Adafr County Fiscal Order Cemrt Book.Glvea under ay head ae oferk of therAdairJ County Court this eti, l19. S. v . a Neat, C. A. C. C. L fV )M Ol - ; M H J N A ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, ig!X!Xg)SiSXBlXS)Sg :Y " S ( i Christmas Gifts We are showing a nice collection of Articles Suitable for Gifts to your friends. Nice, line of Neckwear, Gloves, Silk Hosiery, Sweaters, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Comb and Brush Sets, Suspend- $ 7rNN ;k$k$ixk)k j 4$k mkW&W&& ATTENTION, AUTOMOBILE PURCHASERS ! V ers, Traveling Bags, Toilet Articles, Silverware, Out Glass, Hand Painted China, Hancb Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Bedroom Slippers, Silk Umbrellas, Imported Linen, Dresser and Table Scarfs, Drawn Work and Embroideries Boudoir Sets,. Table Linens, etc. A few more Coat V ,-t, 'a To all who think of Buying an Automobile Up-To-D- ate I .rr MARKED DOWN PRICES Complete Stock of Shoes, Hats, Men's and Boys' Clothing. Suits, Silk and Serge Dresses, Skirts,. w ff Furs, and Men s and Boys' Overcoats, at :: RUSSell & CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. M tti would be pleased to Introduce to you a New and Car wbich is Fully Equipped with the Modern Equipments, and is Capable of Rendering the Most -- Efficient Service to it. Owners of any Light Oar . t.- - -i S SXS&SXS)SXSX8SS)(S Do You Want m$ & a High Grade Ceriifi on Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920. at one o'clock p. m., or thereabut (becate? PERSONALS ing County Court) upon a credit of six months the following described Attend the Normal Bepartment of property t: Two cerqain tracts Mr. Shreve Davis was quite sick The Rassell Creek Academy. Term of land lying in Adair County, Ky., on several days of lastjweek. opens Monday, Jan. 5th, 1920. Tui- the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek, about 3 miles East Mr. Asa Blankenship, of near Crocus, tion, $3.50 per month. Board, now fice, and adjoining of Garlin Post Ofthe lands of T. A. was here a few daysfcgo. only, $12.60 per mown. Beyant, Lucien Burton .and others For farther information address R. and is same lands on which .. J. R. and J. C. Murphy, Whetstone, resided at the time of his Normal Instructor, made a business trip to this place, last Garnett Grares, death, and are used as one farm Campbellsville, Ky. week. to-wi- AS TO THE POINTS OF EASY RIDING Easy Handling, Low Oil and Gas Consumption, and Many Other Features this Car STANDS AT THE TOP If you are r Thinking of Buying an Automobile I Would be Pleased to Have You Call at my Garage and See the SeldenJ'fBaker and H, G. Parrish, of Amandaville, visited here recently. Mr. M. D.'Boone.'.Louisville, called upon our business men a few days ago. Mr. L. F. Brown, of Evansville, Ind made a business trip toIColumbia last Wednasday. , Burkesville, was Mr. W.JH Jones, of jn this vicinity ajfew days of last week. Mr. D. Ward Denton, Somerset, was in Columbia, meeting his old friends, Messrs. First tract contains less and 49 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Nancy J. Simpson etc Pitff. ) last week. ago. Mr. S. A.JNoe, of Lebanon, made a business trip to thisf place a few days Mr. O. S. Goode, of Campbellsville, was here a few days since. Messrs. D.T, Weeks and E. T. Kemper, oil men, of Danville, who are oak andrsbeech and maple on a ridge, rnence 44 poles to a oak and interested in developing; Adair county, small hickory, thence white W 27 poles N 56 spent several daysj of last week in to a hickory and small black oak, thence W 45 poles to two small chestColumbia. nut trees, thence S 142 poles to two Mr. Sam Wheat, who visited his sugar trees and a dogwood, thence E J. A. Stayton etc Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale, of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof. ,1919, in the above cause, I shall pro ceed to ouer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia', Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of Jan 1920, at One o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being County Court), upon a credit ot sis month the following described prop erty t: A certain tract of land lying in Adair County. Ky,, on the waters of Casey and Mills Creek, be ginning on a hickory and two poplars. John Stayton's corner, thence with Mrs. Cox's line N 104 poles to a white to-wi- vs J. ment, pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. the first tract and contains 10 acres. Both traces will be sold together as a whole. For more complete description reference is made to the Judg- the other bract lies near to acres more or LITTLE OVERLAND 4 rV And Be Convinced of This Fact. Very truly yours, G. M. STEVENSON, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. fc MlMiM 3Ka M X&X&X&K KK $ U mother and other relatives here, left for his place of business, Savanna, 111., the first of thejweek. Dr. E. L. Thompson and A. O Hoy, of Pierce, Ky., were in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. W. L Baker, cashier of the Bank of Moiiticello, was over last week and spent several days with his father, Judge H. C. Baker, and the other members ofjthefcfamily. Dr. F. H. Winfrey returned from Frankfort last Thursday night. He resigned his position. Mrs. C. J. Mitchell (nee Miss Esther Nell,) who has been living in Chicago, Illl, reaehed Columbia one day last week. Her husband has gone Sour-and as soon as he decides upon a location Mrs. Mitchell will join him. In the meantime gshe will remain 'here with her mother. Mr. W. S. Knight, Jr., and wife, of Lebanon, were in Columbia a few days ago. Mr. T..Harl Williams, Burbesvilte, was here a few days since. Mr. T. C. Taylor and wife, of Campbellsville, dined at the Jeffries Hotel last Friday. Mr. Taylor is a prominent merchant. Rev. S. G. Shelley and wife were over, from Campbellsville, last Saturday. Mrs. J. S. Polk (nee Miss Winnie ) who lives in Carthage, Tenn., is visiting her mother. Miss Mary Shreve returned from Louisville Isst Saturday night. Dur ing her stay in the city she was a salf s lady. Do-hone- y, 105 poles to a poplar, sourwood and small hickory in John Stayton's line, thence with said ,iine N 19 poles to the beginning, containing 100 acres more or less For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and .having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A'. Coffey Master Commissioner. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY ) Angeline Clements etc Pltff. erpartee) By virture of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, 1919, in the above cause. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia. Kv., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at One o'clock d. m. or thereabout (being Caunty Court, upon a c red in of six months the following described property A certain tract of to-wi- t: Adair Circuit Court to (Petition vs - THE rCar of Beauty. CHEVROLET 7. A Graceful Streamliness -- r, --: m m m ... y: m S3 Wi Continued on Pace 8. land lying in Adair County, 'Kv . on the waters of Casey's Creek, and about 1 mile Southeast of the Casev Creek Posh Office, and adjoins the lands of R. O. Clements, Ed Morgan and others, and is the same land owned bv Mrs. Bet tie Clements at the time of her death and contains 90 acres more or less. For more complete description, reference is made to the Judgment, Pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser with aqprovfid surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing leual interest, from the day of sale until paid having fch force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms, w. a. Coffev Master Commissioner. AT A MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Persons who do not want to invest a fortune in a car, but who do want Something REAL NICE. Smooth and easy riding that will pull any hill that has a road up it. We haye. a few Cars Now in Stock. - m RC "MONET BACK without quCTtionlf ECZEMA jjyji L Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Emily L. Roy etc Pltff. ) m i --" -- We keep a Full Line of Parts at Tim v vt A Jr., .' ! V dredi of tech case. Yea can't lose ea ear Money Bach Camrmntee Try H at ear risk Price 75c at Doa't become discouraged because other treatments failed. Hunt's Salra has reHeved htm. Hunt's SsIt fsik in the treatment of Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, etc MMifi Peter vs A. McCorkle V v By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, pro-we- Deft ) v.-- WOODSON LEWIS GR.EENSBOKG, ioy. SU by Paul Drug Company. f rendered at the,!Nov Term, thereof, 1919. in the above cause, I shall to offer for wile at the Court-housdoor 1n Columbia. Ky., to th hipbest bidder, at,PnbHc Auction, d e .. sbsbsI - KENTUCKY. ... , ?a .; '.; HffiAJHMiHUmRlVMMl j ,jF jniifiijiiiaHnHnnff BiLa.BBBBiasasaBBBBBBBBBBBslBasasmBasM bKIHHB: jd H &. l' A vm i-- ,. '.t- - f V. 'W. f i '; " C ADAIR COUNTY NEWS N '4' Fire Insurance -- . - r Life Insurance $i x TEACH LOYALTY TO FOREIGNERS FORD ENGLISH SCHOOLS INCULCATE PRINCIPLES OF PURE AMERICANISM "IN STUDENTS. tm f - The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 Bank Burglary Insurance G.- R. REED, "The Service Agency" Columbia, Ky. 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 1 2 Ply $2.25 Wind Storm Insurance . TRIAL DRAWING TO A CLOSE FLOROID Ply $2.50 ' Attorneys Begin Final Arguments After Ford Counsel Presents Testimony On Educational Work. Dra-matic Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle. and Breeching. Mich. Henry Ford's counsel kept until the final day on Automobile Insurance Surety Bonds which testimony was presented, the S strongest arguments in their posses sion. Not until the trial was within XSSXX5i a u few hours of its close did they bring to the witness stand Clinton C. superintendents the Ford English school. "Mr. Ford," said the witness, "was BA?USTS PLAN RECONSTRUCTION , PROGRAM of the opinion that you could not successfully put over one idea while there were 52 languages spoken in the facODY CHARGED WITH DUTY OF OUTLINING HOW 75 MIL-LIO- tory, so to promote that one idea, CAMPAIGN CAN PROMOTE THAT TASK REACHES which was and is Americanism, he inZEBLD DR. LOVE OUTLINES THE NEED AND ISSUES CALL sisted that every workman must learn to speak the 'American' not the English language. "There .7ere 3,000 students in the school before the United States entered the war and the factory was practically turned over to government , ML Clemens, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE De-Wi- tt, and FANCY GROCERIE. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets, work." Sample will serve as guide and interpreter to' the cll;er members, is now in England for a conference with the Baptists of Great Britain and will go from there for an inspection of France and Belgium. brief conference will be held with the Baptists of Switzerland, Utter which a trip will be made through Italy and a survey of the new repuba conducted. From lic of Prague, capital of Bohemia, the commission will go into such parts of Rus sia as are open, and the foreign trip refill be concluded with an""inspection of Palestine, where the missionary work formerly done in Syria, Persia aad Galilee by the Illinois Baptist Association has been turned over to the Porelgn Mission Board. There are approximately 4,250 Baptist churches in Europe today, with 9 2,000 pastors and missionaries and ( church members, it is announced toy the headquarters of the. Baptist- 75 Million Campaign, and a considerable Bum from this campaign will go toward Euccoring needy, families of Baptists regions as and others in the war-tor' well as in the propagation or the gospel and the establishment of Christian Institutions there, it is announced. Before sailing om the Adriatic on his er To make a general survey of the economic, social and religious conditions In Europe with a view to to the Baptists of the South where and how they can aid most effectively in the reconstruction ol that n continent .through the Baptist 75 d Campaign, a commission, of Dr. J. F. Love, secretary of the Foreign Mission Board at Richmond, Va.; Dr. Z. T. Cody, editor Baptist Courier, Greenville, S. C, and Rev. Everett Cill, 'missionary at Rome, Italy, who is returning after a leave of absence in this, country, and who recorn-mepdJn- ;: Uil-liooctn-pose- European mission, Dr. Love made the following statement outlining the pur pose of the commission: "When the call Nme to help sava promote and secufo lemocracy in Europe there came a louder call to help Czecho-Slovakj- 566,-80- - . I ' n " , save, promote and secure evangelical Christianity in Europe. That which alone will now preserve and perfect Jie democracy for "which brave men have died on the battlefield of Europe is the Christianity of the New Testament. Southern Baptists can not longer profess New Testament Christianity and decline a challenge like that which is now presented to them to bear witness to their faith among the peoples of Europe. Our people never before faced such a challenge and such a responsibility. "Of course we can not go to the men and women of Europe who have been stripped of earthly fortune and reduced to direst necessity with a message of Christian love and brotherhood if we decline in our abundance to carr. some substantial pledge of our love and compassion. Mothers will not be able to slay the crying of their little ones to hear us preach if we decline to practice the gospel of compassion and feed these little ones and build fires at which they can during the coming winter warm their frosted toes. Southern Baptists are "under the most solemn obligation to help relieve the want and suffering of Europe. But if there were no reconstruction work in Europe, Southern Baptists have mo- tives numerous enough and strong enough to compel them to make a complete 8ucces3 of the Baptist 75 Mil- Hob. Campaign. I would therefore, as my parting word to my brothers and sisters of the South, implore them to give themselves to this campaign and carry it to a' triumphant conclusion during Victory Week, November SO, December t " For Sale. For Sile. Three throughbred Jersey A good first class cyprus incubator. Norman Morrison. 1!chcows For Sale. Joe Barbee. U.NDERTA KjE R. lessons were read by the witness. Parts are given as follows: "Every good American loves and respects the United States Flag. "Our flag stand3 for liberty, justice and peace. "Its colors are red, white and blue. "The red stands for love, the w.hite stands for purity, the blue stands for truth." "American flags," said the witness, 'were used profusely in the school room and a silk flag always flutters before an electric fan. Teach Americanism. The men are taught that there is no greater title than "American citizen" and are urged to accept the advantages of education offered by this country so that they may fit themselves, through knowledge, to defend their liberties. Pictures of great Americans adorn the class rooms, special exercises are held on the birthday of great Jeaders of the nation and finally, when the class graduates, it is presented with souvenir American flags and Is given membership in what is known as the "American Club." The Federal and state courts recognize a diploma from the Ford English school as an evipreparation for dence- of adequate citizenship, It was shown. Throueh this testimony counselsought to bring out that the man who taught 3,000 foreigners to loVa their adopted country and to respect its flag could scarcely be called an anarchist and that a man who sought every possible method to instill love for the Stars and Stripes in the hearts of those who come to it from foreign shores, could never have made the slanderpus rtr laments attributed to him by Tribune counsel. Mr. Ford, it was shown loaned air gov:o his ed;. rational worl: at the time var bike ouL ernment The war department found the methods used in the Ford English school so valuable that' they introduced them Henry Ford in all training camps. paid the salaries of the men he loaned to the government for the work. Closing Arguments Open. case Closing arguments in the opened the last of the week. Attorney Wm. Lucking led off for Ford counsel. He called attention first to the testimony which showed that The Tribune, hot for intervention in Mexico because it thought such action would lead to conquest or at least to great riches for the United States, had found Henry Ford blocking its path Just when its long campaign gave promise of bearing fruit. Thereupon. said the attorney, The Tribune set out to destroy Mr. Ford's influence, to sweep him out of its path and to still his voice which pleaded for a course which would help the bleeding republic to the south to regain her feet and to strike forth on a new highroad of education and freedom. Attorney Weymouth Kirkland opened for The Tribune. He declared that what Mr. Ford had done since 1916 when The Tribune called him an anarchist had nothing whatever to do with the situation as it was when the newspaper stigmatized the manufacturer as an enemy of his country. He did not deny that Mr. Ford had done an immense and valuable work for the government during the war but he claimed that this- did not alter the facts as they were before war broke ouL Mr. Ford, the attorney insisted, was an anarchist at the Urns The Tribune described him as such, and the truth he said was sufficient Justifi cation fbr the attack. - 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 Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, , KENTUCKY. Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN OR. J. NMURRELL DENTISTI BTdg Office. Front rooms in Jeffrie up stairs. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING 5f Columbia, - Kentucky el Fence Posts DEHL P BROS. CO Louisville, Ky. L. H. Office Jones 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Special attention given Diseases of a Domestic Animals 16 Caat Incorporated Makcl Street Between first and Brook at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIRland ADJOINING COUNTIES KENTUCKY. J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, aad Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Retideece PHooe, 29. ,. J. F. TRIPLETT, 1 OficeFW, Cottmbk, Ky v 168. V Water andthe Human Body. The specific gravity of water and the human body is virtuallythe same. Census enumerators are to get A body 4m the water is supported by equal pressure at all points. It is four cents for each person and more likely to be at ease than under thirty cents for each farm. other circumstances. It is, therefore, more likely that it may, move withTobacco sold at $1.03 at the er pain. So cripples are oftoa give in the water. rtkeir exercise first sale ever held atLancaster. Rural Route mail cost the Government less in Kentucky than in any other State. Columbia Barber Shop i LOY &: LOWE AlSanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. X ! I ,L. I, - f f y ADAIR rOUXTY.vN' 2 73. (f AUTOMOBILE LINE GokimDia and GarapHellsvllle Mail Car Ford Car . ' pv i-'V- A IT li- V A $1-5- Round Trip, $2.75. 2.00 Wound 7Yp, $3.50 Special Attention to Traveling Men Onfaccount of the license Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of ToH, and other increased expenses we ace compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: I 8 Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and'l p. m. PHONE- S:- 2-- jf W.E-NOE- . HENRY W. DEPP, I tobacco at from 90c to $1.35; you can see the granger is on easy DENTIST Am permanently located in Co, Iumbia. All Classes ofiDental work done. Crow djte and Inlay work a All street. Nearly everybody rides j Specialty, Work Guaranteed oosb office. Ofl: aatdoor bo Wilson North Carolina. Editor News: Since making a contribution to your columns, I have changed my fare 280 miles East I am now a sojourner in ihree-teacher Wil- son County N. C, and am principal of a school; position carries a salary which of $90 a month for 7 months'. This will not develop me into a bloated-bon- d holder; but may keep the wolf from the door the duration of the term. This region is level; fertile, and generally, free from rocks. It produces 8. bbls. of corn, or, more than a bale of cotton; or 00 to 1,000 lbs. of tobacco to the acre. A9 cotton sells at from 35c to 40c a pound and this buzzwagbns, and one old negro, a renter, bought a "Ford" so that his boys would not use his "Hudson' Hoo much. Plenty of good white farmers have realiz ed, ia this county, $5,000 clear of expenses and negro tenants from. $1,500 to $2,500, this year. The man, Mr. J. R. Mercer, witn whom I am boarding, grew r 60 acres of tobacco. This was at Wilson county seat the other day, and'placed $5,000 in a bank, and a negro came up and asked; "Boss, you reckon dey is got room dar for $2,000 of my money?" "Oh, yes," was the answer; and Mr. Mercer called the cashier. "Boss, if I put dis $2,000 in dar will it be dar when I wants it?" "Oh yes," said Mr. Winstead, "You can arrange till no body gets it but you; but in that case we honThe Best Way To Kill Your Home or no checks." "All right, Boss, Town. now see dat no nigger gits dat but me;" and he left elated with Do you want to know how to joy that he had money in "white kill the town you live in kill it folks' bank," and no man could dead? Here is the recipe: get it but him. Buy everthing you need out of On Thanksgiving, my host town. Don't let a dollar stay killed abig gobbler worth, at here more than thirty minutes; prevailing prices, $10.40, and chase it over to some other town: He-zea-- barbecued a shoat. He has many relatives, as every man has who is worth $60,000, and all were present at feast. I was reared on dollar turkeys and 7c tobacco, and such prices bewilder me. I can remember when $90 would have been a stupendous price' for a rural teacher, and he had no nice office desk nor piano in his room; and no big church bell to ring. Wilson county has the best school man in N. C, for Supt. of rural and city schools. He is of German extraction, but patriotic to the land of the Stars and Stripes. He has the thorough methodical German characteristics; and has things done right. No evasion of duty on part of teacher, pupils or patron. The daily register keeps behind pupil, teacher and patron; and any foolishness means truant offices and the court. Defacement or destruction of school property is promptly punished. Of course he makes enemies; but never multiplies words when people fume and threaten. He is named Charles L. Coon, and he is as pugnacious as his patronymic implies. At least 100 of the d and untutored have threatened his life; but he still lives and looks as belligerent as picture of his great prototype, Martin Luther. Wishing News a Merry Christmas, I shall ring off. s Melvin L. White. wooly-necke- v r tmm Ife " ?. 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In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality! close up the Grider, recently, a son, William Congress has been asked to instores and the factories and Creel. Mother and baby getting quire into the cost of newsprint. make their employees jobless. along niceb". It will render business buildings M. R. Darnell and wife were Hopkins county voted a $500, vacant and depreciate all real visiting the latter's father and 000 bonded debt to build roads. mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ethridge estate. It will leave all the doctors, Bennett, of this place, last Sun- That will soon .- )- . Ceriain-tee- d renders a war service. saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, Certain-tee- d fcS &i -- T '; 1 economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because Certain-tee- d it is so compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. 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 comt packed in the center of roll can lay it correcdy. saves war labor. It The durability and economy of Certain-tec- d stt as provrd by its enormous sale. It Is now the standard roof for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc. "T"- are recognized the world -- y-v- j n arzZ Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers sverywhere- Certain-tee- d Products Corporation : : s- .... , KW.?W.-i- 4' Lr'-- I :&f Office! &Varchoitee!c Principal Cities of America tlanur&ciururs. of : Roofing jmlii .j.fcci' ?; :'i sasBgfcfflSJir i&-.aegKa& .iftfiSS msa Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good I S. M. SANDERS & CO. ..GAMP.BELLSYILLE, JOTK " J - , $:?:?& . - Of f-- "xdi rugs, furniture and "picture and yet be.any thing but a home. A House may be plain, simple and Giensfork. inexpensive inside and out and 1 yet be something sort and inCorn gathering is the order of tangible which is home. the day in this community. Homeliness cannot be describMarvin Traylor and family, of ed. No rule can be laid down in Columbia, were visiting relatives black and white which it can be at this place last week. accomplished, It comes when Robert Marshall sold his farm, the woman who lives in the house near this place, to Ernest has that peculiar personality Thomas, for $1,050. which makes her know where to Mrs. Annie B: Brpckman was put flowers, how to hang pictures,' visiting her daughter, Mrs. Finis how to place furniture and last, Blakey, near Jamestown, last but by no means least, how to week. make home appear a" setting for ruweii aim wiie were herself. visiting Mrs. Eva- Wilkinson last Of course there are rules for Sunday. the combination of colors, there Lee JBurris and family, of re fixed lawa about draperies Prices Creek, were visiting Joe acd there are reasons for art and Morgan and family and Jim beauty, but a woman's deft Letcher and family last week. fingeers and woman's discrimi Webb and wife and Joe nating eye are wnat count, acuw Rollin Morgan and wife and little son ed to the fingers and the eyesjs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the ability of the' woman to be Ernest Thomas last Sunday. attractive in a house which is a ,Carl Marshall, wife and little real home. daughter, True Akers and two sisters were visiting Mr. and Mrs Glasgow schoolteachers have . threatened to quit unless "given T. Letcher last Sunday. Born, to fchs wif eof Johnnis mortpty. J Yiu lawyers and professional men without anyone to work on. It will cut down the city's revenue no money for improvements. Grass will grow in the street and mo3s will cover the doorways of our stores. Just buy all goods away from home that3 the way to kill a town. If you want to just half way kill it, buy just half your goods away from home. But, if you want to make this the liveliest burg in the State, just buy everything you need here.- Buy at home; make this a live town. day. Joe Willis, who has been in Illinois for some time, has returned home.' U. G. Collins, of Ozark, was visiting old friends and neighbors, near here, Thursday and Friday. Have A Home. Anybody can buy a 'house, but a home has to grow about some woman's personality. A house and a home are as different as daylight and darkness. A house may cost a small fortune, may be filled with rare and Beautiful iflSi . .ilit Life Was a m Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time 1 entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . 1 decided to S ... TAKE mmi CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took four bottles Mrs. ones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If yousufferpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic fo build up yourrun-dow- s system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. TryCar-da- l. It helped ber. We believe it will help you. , - AD Druggists -- 'V ' K r r 5 ' " J pw rv v COUNTY 3, THE ADAIR COMMISSIONER'S SALE. NEWS. . iideai News, COMMISSIONERS SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ' OF KENTUCKY. ) Pltff. Iiou Coomer etc vs ) J. R StinsonDeft. By virture of a Jjudgment and Or OF KENTUCKY. der of Sale or Adair Circuit Court, ) G.W. Dillon etc Pltff rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, v vs . 1919, in the above cause, I shall proBraedingetc Deft ) Bob to ceed to offer for sale at the Court15.- virtureof a Judgment and Sale of Adair Circuit Court, house door in Columbia, Ky., to the bidder, at Public Auction, on renrt red at the Nov. Term, thereof, 1919. in the above cause, I shall prc-c- Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at o offer for bale at the Court- One o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being house door in Columbia. Ky,, to the County Court) upon a credit of six hf:0 st bidder, at Public Auction, on months the following described prop- A certain tract of land Mo i Jay the 5th day of Jan.. 1920. ati erty Adair County, Ky on the lying O.fe o'clock p. m., or thereabout (be-- ( 1d Ciunty Court), upon, a credit of waters of West Fork creek, and conpix months the following described taining 100 acres more or less, and ad property A certain tract of joins the lands of J. R. Froedge, J. lar.'J ljiug in Adair County, Ky., near W. SimpsoD, T. M. Gibson, Elmorel AOA I R CIRGUIT COURT FARMERS T(MC0 m AT" r - Or-de.i- Ji. ei WAREHOUSE CO. :. to-w- lt to-w- lt: r . and bounded and described On the North by the lauds of II berfc Breeding; on the East by th unds of A. C. Frodge; on the Sou '.u by the lands of G. B. Breeding; on tie West by the lands of Bob B e, containing about 1 acres, aud bgtug all land included in and now be-i- n used as or in connection with sciwoi house lot. For the purchase prn;e, the purchaser, with approved sure y or securities, must execute i l, uearing legal interest from day or until paid and having the force etfect of a Judgment. Bidders win ue prepared to comply promptly wi ii these terms. "W a. Coffey, Master Commissioner. , as--: ilows: Smith, Dick Baker and A C. Froedge For more complete description referecce is made to the judgment, plead- -' intfs and order of sale. For the pur chase price, the purchaser, with ap proved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having; the force and effect of a Judgment tsiaaers wm Da preparea to compijr promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioners - W$$$ c Cenmpbelbville, Ky ON LAST TUESDAY a OPENED SALES : B-i- ; .- Wante- dTo A Number of Teachers? ai attend the Normal Department of Campbells-ville, the Russell Creek Academy Ky. Additional Personals. Continued from page 5. Tuition 3.50 per month. month. De- 50,445 v lbs- - of Dark Tobacco S9.337.63 Gen. Average S18.50 Board, only $12.60 per partment opens Jan. 5th, 1920 . Brought .i ' Write R. Garnett Graves, Normal Inwas in Lebanon, Columbia a few days of last week. structor, Campbellsville, Ky. r. and Mrs. Elbert Kearnes, of Ru jell county, visited relatives here Jo Morris sold the farm be purchased la week. of J. W. Tupman, three miles nor-r. J. R. Shively and wife, of east of Columbia, to Grant Collins. N th Dakota, are visiting at the It contains I'M acres and Mr Collins home of Mr. Shively's brother, Mr. S, paid $55 per acre He gets possession E.' Shively. immediately. J. R. Garnett, who is in Eliza eth Hospital, Lebanon, continues to imDown Go High Prices. prove, and will likely be able to return ho ne in a very short time. The Normal Department of the RusMiss Delia Grasham and Mr Clarence Smith, of Sherman, Tex , are vis- sell Creek Academy opens Jan. 5th, iting sisters and aunt's, Misses Eliza 1920. Tuition, only 3.50 per month, L 'ze Grasham, of this City. Mr Ernest Harris left Monday Board now, only $12.60 per month. S3 ning for West Point, Miss write R. Garnett Graves, Normal Invu., G R Reed has been quite sick structor, Campbellsville, Ky. sl"o- - she returned from Louisville where she had her tonsils removed, Mr J. T. Lov recently sold his farm bn' she is miici better now. on Big Renox Creek, in Cumber Mr. Joseph Coy. brother of Mr. J. W Coy, arrived in Columbia last land county, for 84,000, His wife also Tu -- day, from Louisville. He expects sold her farm in the Fairplay country, this county. They are now residents to 'f.uatn here during the winter of Columbia, "having removed to the Mr. Otis Stapp and family, of near the Fair Eewby property, Ill, arrived last Wednesday Grounds, last week. Mr Loy .is a toapend a few weeks with relatives, Mrs Bettie Butler left for Louis good citizen. ville last Wednesday, in company with Mrs W. E Bradshaw, with whom she JOHN WHITE & GO. will spend the winter. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. Lena Paull returned from the Liberal Deaconess Hospital, Louisville, last and full assortment value pal eek. She has about recovered from for CMDO an operar ion she underwent, and ravl UllU to be perfectly well in a very Hides and SCoat Skint short time r. O. C. Pace, " Cji-no- a. ex-pjC- ts V.-- r: ," 34 075 lbs. -- of Burlev Tobacco Brought $9,583.55 Gen. Average $28.10 K . ,,- - . Don't Forget Our Daily Sales i i Don't Lose Money by Selling Too Soon Don't Try to Make Tour Own Market Let Several Buyers See Your Tobacco . imbmsb ' ; Don't Gruess Your Tobacco Away to Anyone. t m COATS, v,- : COATS, V ' Bring your Tobacco to us on the stick, well graded, in Good Order' and fa- - displayed, on our well lighted floor where several experienced buyers may ex- - Lots of Coats. amine it, thereby guaranteeing you ..the highest market price. We will have OaptrJ- - R. Hutcbings, one of the best Auctioneers Y - For Women and Children.. 4, $ig .Assortment, Priced Highly Mackenaws, Overcoats, Suits and Odd Pants, Shoes, Overshoes, Rubbers, Overalls, Overall Jackets, Work Shirts, Fine Shirts, Sweaters, Ties, and a ''- in this country, to manage the noorsr VI v - t ." tSnWKk. - ri - '"VM- i - - Christmas Line of Handkerchiefs. IMMM9MCA fc We Offer Yoif The Best ;. ; Rare Bargains In "r '. '' ;.Large Floor S.gace---Plrent- y of Light ' - r i . - Automobile and Buggy Rugs, 9xl Brussels, and 9x12 Fibre, Floor Rugs ' Bedsteads,' Comforts, Blankets, etc. Five of "the Big Buyers Fair Treatment. 5 save r'. - 1- -3 BY TRADING WITH of ;Your money 5 Farmers Tobacco Waiiehouse Co X GOFF BROS. STORE. CmpbellvUle St. , Near Post Office. 1 9 - - t ,vX. r i- '