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CENSUS INSPECTOR r AND ENUHERAT0B all, The subject of this notice died at Quartely M;e-e,- t in g s, Columbia,' "What heaven is, I know not; but I hls'late home, in this place, flaet' Fri- District, M. E. church, South, second long have dreamed of Its purple hills OrWhether stocks may rise or fall, Vt CwhUv hy fredKts. day afternoon at about 4 o'clock. He Biound: and its fields of light blossoming with phans Home, Louisville, Kentucky Whether j oy .toy strength rewards, ... 'v V and found that it had In its c&re216 whether any one '.applauds was' a victim of pneumonia, and' was Wf enOtriy 11k Ccm$ .5 . Jameefaawn. at Jamestown, Jan., immortal beauty; of Its brooks of years old. laughter, and its rivers, .of song and ? about forty hi Id red. Itasianagers' deserve every Any little feat of skill, rU f Bjuaeell Springs, 'atTiRuseell Springs, its palace of eternal love. I4ong have Recently he was licensed to preaeh,-aAllthatTnatters all that will, .'" weed of .pakfe aad honor in J a Separate Bspt)st,;ahd "had deliv- Jan.r4-- 5. dreamed that every bird which sings to the' approbation ot their Is "that I may gayly tell j . Rekbxi,ShgK4Qioe, Jan., 10A11. Hs life out here, may sing forever TbcrfellowlBfr are the ered a numbtr of discourses , in- - Adair That the one-'a- l love are .welh- seryiees The chlWran's ages-ruable and Metcalfe count'les.f"Htr lived January, there in. the tree Jor life, and every territory aselgned: . Burkeeriller from i weeks to 19 years. I found 17 Fame can vanish oyer Bight," coMecra'ted soul that. suffers here Si6 Mary MUter city of community a number 'of years, 1112. J. '" infants in oee ward the youngest'belng can swiftly follow right. and his walk was that ofMah upright Peytpasburg, Guthries chapel, Jan. may rest among its flowers, and live Ita? Flowers Wegb CotaBab&u:' about 4 weeks old. la another ward Loss can take the place of gain, x Ed Butler EaafcColambia. . K" ?.; citizen, one who nad a large number and love forever. .1 long have dreamwe fouDd Id floe looking children, their. Sunshine turn to chilling rain J. Gv "Eubank South CtokiHabia." of friends. Beac ' Creek. Palestine, January, ed of opal towers and burnished g from 3 to' 5 years. ages . r w ag-13- i Fate may rob me of my wealth, Booker Leftwich Milltewn. domes; but what care; I for gate of Besides his wife he leaves' a number 1718.: enslcrer these two wards an average But if those I love have health. C E. Keen Gnidy ville. " ,r". """ "V of childrea, CliHton; at Five Springs, January, 19 pearfor street of gold, if I can meet for all the rooms. I've no right to frown or sigh . Lenis Beece BradiQg-'Eeiigious'servicesfwerelheld in the Albany, At Maupin.l iahuary, 20 the loved ones who have blessed me bright-eye- d Ttiese cnildren are Fortunate indeed am I. Alvia LoyHarmpnyr Presbyterian Church Saturday after Graensburg, Greensburg, January; bete,, and see the glorified faces of beauties; I don't believe I ever wit Hehat stands beside a cot, H. K: Taylor Glensfbrk. father and mother and the boy "broth noon, and the interment wasr in the i nssssd such a group of welMeatured Cooling fevered nands and hot. B. B. Montgomery White Oak. ;; .rtr'-- '. Ti v- ..." ;f . cltjrcemetery. ' onmmersvuie, fJcopiac uruve,- J4U., er who died among the bursting buds g promising children. It is, Fighting blindly hour by hour, J. O. White Little Cake. of hope, aDd take in my arms again, to see them in need of .so many cl Illness with its hidden power. On account of' workers belngMndfs-posed- , Ernest Workman Pellytoo. the greater opportunities of childhood. Heedless is of worthy fame, chapel Jafiuary, my baby who fell asleep ere her little and absent , Pierce, Houk'si T. t, Smith, Jr., Cane Valley! . tongue had learned to lisp, 'Our FathMay we pray the blessings of God 31 t eb0 1. Or the fortunes mortals "claim from home, theHommuhlty Christmas J. W. Butler Egypt. upon that band of tireless Christian He forsakes life's EimSyiew, February, 78. er who art in heaven ' What care I battle then, Roy Walker Casey Creek. tree will not be pulled off as has been Pieketts, workers who brings happiness and Until his baby is well again. Caae"! Valley, Cane Valley, Febru-ur- for crown of stars and harp of gold, if . W. Yire Keltner.J announced. Th'e'mohy that has been pleasure to their little hearts. lean love and laugh and sing with J. 11 paid in will be refunded unless directed Edgar W. Beed inspector for Adair Fortune then his name might call, My friends, just think of so many Gradyville, Gradyville, February, them forever in tna smile of my SavCasey and Lincoln counties. by the donors to use it for chaiitaWa But he'd answer not atall. N iour and my God " 14- -15 . little children without the guiding Deaf to glory, he would stay purposes The funds are in the hands This selection was carefully mads ; li&sd of a wisejather and the tender 'T. Jf Wade, P.E By the little cot to pray. Eld. Z. T. Williams- dM after the parties bad taken the civil REPORT OFTHECONDITION caresses of a loving mother. Just Watching, waiting not for gold, service examination. ot the worry and patience of think OP THE Nor to hear his praises told, 17 to Nov. 1,1919. Report of Adair Co , Red Cross Chapter from Sept., 19 Pf ogramlFar WeeK Of Prayer. caring lor one little orphan 4 weeks But for one faint sign to tell, GRADYVILLE old, the vougest in the home. Jus That his baby would soon be well.. 4. $ 501.38 Donations . think of how much it will cost to feed, JaD,4 9, 1920. 2092.00 up life and all its care, Memberahipjdues clothe and educates Ft, and we can ap Sum Sunday Evening Jan., 4 Methodise BANK, '804.71 25 per cenfr War Fund preciate the meaning of the Scriptur- Count the burdens mortals bear. Church. Subject: The church. 14.01 Goods sold Doing -- Business Town op Awakened by Her Ne-- Opportunities-- . al Clause, "It is more blessed to give Sift the losses and the gains, . 3412.13F; Gradyville County opAdahi Speakers: Eld. Z. T. Williams anal ,X than to receive." When six or eight And but one real woe remains, Tis to life those days of fear, 1167.78 State of Kentucky. of thee little boys. caught hold of me, Dues sent to headquarters Judge H. C. Baker. When the hands of death seem near, Material for garments - 130113 op Business on Monday Evening, Jan., 5 Presbysome saying, "lift me up1 a thought At the Close 39.70 the 17th day. op Nov. 1919. flashed through my mind, and I said; Then all else a man would sell, Printing, stamps, etc terian church. Subject: Thechurchv 3.17 "Boys I am doing all I can for you." Just to have his loved ones well. RESOURCES Freight Express and Awakened by the Rediscovery of th& ' C4 510 74 G. O., Bennett, Mr Waller said "Boys he is helping 538 Loans asd Discountsand Telephone Overdrafts, secured 2' 767 1 Reality and Powers of Prayers. Speak-er- s: unsecured Joppa, Ky to buy that farm in the country for 45.36 Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 12 0C0 00 Expense Red Cross Boom flo race Jeffries and R. V 8 930 73 you." My good peoplV'we are behind ' 3185 Due from Banks Dependents of soldiers Cash on hand 4 375 21 Bennett. , Died Near Jamestswn. with our quota. On'the last day of 673.65 Banking House Furniture and Paid out for Flu Tuesday evening Jan., 8, Christian Fixtures 2 W7 69 our schools, let every ,tne, young and 3.30 cartons rt church. Subject: The church. A very sad death occurred near old, give our teachers a good contribuTotal $95 53179 Awakened by a Vision of 8 3270.82 LIABILITIES' tion as a Free Wil! Offering to this, Jamestown last Wednesday afternoon Total paid outr Needs. Speakers: Rev. B. T.. Watsoet Capital stock paid In. in tftenrjblest of the causes.of humanity, when Mrs- Sam Beese, who was a No of garments made. by Adair County women, 1,544. Cash,...,-......- . 15 000 CO aud Rev. Elmer Ashby. that we may "lifjt .these. little ones up. highly respected woman, died at her Surplus Funds 4 30000 Wednesday evening, Jan., 7, Baptist Married. Yours for the Home Adair Co., TobaccojTopsthe Louis- Undivided Aofits, Jess expenses home seemingly without warning. v Subject: The and taxes paid 2 334 58 churCh. Noah Loy. She was the mother of Mr. E L Deposits Subject to check ville Market. 73 897 21 Awakened by the New Call for CoBeese, who runs the woolen mills, and Speakers. . Rev. J. L At the Presbyterian Manse by Rev. 93 531 79 operation. total Strayed, One black and white spotSTATE OP KENTUCKY I Murrell and G. R. Reed. she had prepared dinner for the fami- B. T. Watson Deo , 18th 4 o'clock p m. JSct. Mr. R. G, Price sold 5 hhds. in County of Adair ted sow. She has raised pigs and will Thursday evening Jan., 8 Methodist We. W. M. Wilmore audC. O, Moss.V. Presily and In a few minutes after the Mr. M.. B. Johnson and MlssJ Buby Louisville', this week, for $75.60 aver dent and Cashier of the above .named Bank, do church. Subject: The ch.urch; weigh over 200 pounds; meal the summons came She was al- Taylor, both of this county. age. The top hogshead ' brought solemnly swear that the above statement is Awakened by a Revival of Family ReBraxton Massie, true to the best of our Knowledge and belief. so the mother of Mrs Strong Hill, of They were accompanied by four of 895 50. IV I. Smith, of ligion. Speakers: Rev. F. J. Bargee 9 25 Columbia, Ky. JCane Valley, W.M. Wilmore, Vice President. Gradyville BesUes her husband, she their young friends from the sold on the'Campbellsville Loose and Mrs. Z. T. Williams. C. O. Moss, Cashier. Leaf Subscribed and sworn to before me tnis 18th leaves a number of sons and daughters neighborhood. Big Lot oF Corn. y Friday evening Jan., 9, Presbymarket 300541b., for 78.14 per hundred. day of Dec 1919. May the God of love comfort them in The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and The above shows whatgAdair county My commission expires Jan. 29, 1920. terian church. Subject: Tha charciL "v Geo. E. Nell. Notary Public Awakened by the Call for Worke, Mr. Curt Yarberry, who lives near this sad hour, is the wish cf the Adair Mrs Leslie Johnson, and the bride the can do & J.'R.lTutt. Speakers: Rev. T. J. Wade and Raw County News. The deceased was in pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs H town, on one of the best farms in the NyH.Moss. W. T. May. Buy your fruits and candles at the her 78th year. Taylor. II. N. Whitlock. Directoi s. K county, informed the News, Thursday R. V. Bennetts Sac.,.' Novelty Shop. We furnish the basQorning.that he had gathered and " Bryant-Thom- as. Major Hamiett, is a little cauiue, ket free. A Geed Farmer. cribbed 650 barrels of corn and that it Fwrnd. about six months- old- He lias not would take him some days to finish Armenia .appeals to people of ever One day last week Mr. Jo Allen been second in command of a When he gets his crop all in he wil. country. It is There Is no trouble for a man to A black overcoat at Cyclone schoof-hous- e. but he is somewhat particular walk in the life of our have over ope. thousand barrels, and the Thomas and Miss Lillian Bryant were a cry of soul to soul, body to body. make money farming if he knows how The o vner can have saae by married at the home of Eld. Z T. about his edibles. Any kind of food grain is fine. During the recent fresh- Don't let the Christmas tide pass to farm and is industrious For in- paying for this notice. Call at tb does not suit his taste, he turns stance, last year Mr. R. E Tandy sold ,rts.slxty .barrels ol his corn were un- Williams, this place. Mr. Thomas is a that up tils nose, sniffs at, it, and passes it without a response from every oue. his farm containing about one hun- News office. brother of Mrs. C&ssius Breeding der water for awhile, but, he stated up He is very affectionate, and will' A message from Armenia was heard that the wet grain would make good and is a very industrious young man, make up with any person who shows last Sabbath a Presbyterian church, dred acres, lying near Bliss, to Mr. Btn. one who has many friends. The bride ?6,000. The farm was feed for his hogs... and Monday morning one of our "re- Curt Esters' for is a popular and very deserving young him kindly attention. He is a 'Scotch turned over to the new owner and Mr. To the wife of Guy Nell, Sunday aftSpecial sale of Boys' tool chest' 81 25, woman. They will reside at Neatsburg. Terrier, full blo.rded, has sense like cent arrivals," called atrthe Manse Tandy removed to Indiana. This and sent $25 00 to the starving chll-dffolks, and Is a jjreafr favorite among' at the Novelty Sho'pv year Mr. Estes has sfld over $3,000 in ernoon, the 14th Inst:, a daughter of Armenia. The initials of his Dorothy Nell. Mother and babyjuer Little Margaret The happiest timein the world for his' acquaintances .r 'ft , Mr. John D. Turne, who lias been name are Be v. John Thomas Lloyd, tobacco grown ou the farm besides a doing well. children is the Christmas tide and Hamiett 'Wouldrtake a horse foriiim' lot, other product. In another year living on the farm formerly owned by from Cumberland, confcyihoabrably the coming of Santa Claus. Woe be hs willi pay fur the farm lth stuff To tha wife of Byron Montgomery Mr. Robert Cofer who is one of the retired Presbyterian minister Mr. C S Harris, and who recently him who disappoints cne of the unto grown upon it. Mr." Tandy received on the morning of the 17th insr., sold it to P. V Cundiff and sons, will best citizen in the "Can e Valley-sectiolittle fellows If yon have prom'sed Lost, a ladles leather driving gove. r the all he thou'ghb it 'was worth. sn. It only lived but an hour or tw. leave with his family, the first of the has been in rather a critlcarcon-dltio- n The mother is doing well. year for Harlan county) 7his oid home. a certain article for a present, and do jfor several weeks. . He is qulfe frheflnder will please leave at the For all kinds of Candles, fruits, arnot want to bring sorrow to a little an agen office- Mrs Emma'Grlssom.To the wife ,of .Qeorge Smith, at Mr. Turner would have remained in man; was a soldteri a the Fed- News ticles suitable for Christmas, presents, innocent heart, who has been taught Hocky Hill, the nignb of tlie nth, x. Adair county if he could have bought eral army, and participated in the Mrs. Cj, D. Smith, of Jamestown? caU at- the NbVelty Shop. to have faith in you, fulfill that promson. afarm Jierejos,uit him. hard fought battle at Shilon He 'C in Norton's Hospital, has. been ise If you do not that child will We learn that. Mr A J Stotts met lives on a yerygood farm, but nne "of; Mr. Ray Flowers, of trus place, In to days News the Statement of look upon you with misgivings the re- hissons Jives In a few hundred yards .Louisville, where' she underwent an. 'with a serious and very painful acci now with Rhodes, Rapier & C. hoped that it was operation. It is the condition of the State Bank, Gra- mainder of its childless days yf him,.and he receives best of atdent a few days ago He was at work Louisville. He Is a goed saJesmaa aa successful, and that' the patieno' Is on dy ville, appears. The reason it did f about his barn and fell, breaking two is tention. with a r splendid boose.. He wooK the road to recovery. appear when the other banks made County Clerk Neat issued marriage of his ribs. Dr. Flowers was called for tils friends to call for Wet A Troupe 44 will be given Monday their reports, the Banking Depart- licenses, last Wednesday, to Mr. M Bfg vaudeville- show eve'ry' night aud reduced the fractures. B. Johnson and Miss Ruby Taylor It night. Do not fall to see It. when visiting-- ' the sture. ment failed to send them blanks upon t this .week, but Wednesday, at' the which to make the statement, or they is supposed that the marriage took Fori Saljr;.; Rev. J. S.:tRay will ;see .tha.t, ..the paramount Theater If you .'Vant to Uek! were lost in the mail. It was ready place, on Thursday. Mr. Johnson is Baptist Chuich pulpit will be.fille v"." ! C ".. an industrious young man and the seea show that is a show attend each C fj' ' to report earlier.11'" t Saturday nlghc and Sun-- evening. ,Cue did style piano.' infgoodcoodi. ' bride is a daughter of Mr. H. K Tay- here ttie 3rd ii And see' if yen owe for-tbnext six" months. He is Mr. Joe Barbee will remove to the lor, one of Glenville's popular young day tloB,. Will sell, cheap'.' 'AAa oee'ood If yea de, It is a spledki tiae to High class. prformancee every night making an effort for apermanen'tlpas- dwelling, on his father's farm, oneJ women. The clerk also issued' t. .. 'violin .r J.P. Beard. j and settle it and watch x aeeile tor. this week but Wednesday at the Para to Mr. S. P. Hudson and Miss nile out on the jCampbellsvllle pike, .Columbia, Ky., I gratltwie appear o the face ef W( mount theater. It k said to -- be one the first of the year. It is the dwell-Is- f Martha J. Conover. truly, ; Tha Vaudeville troupe that wlll.bel the bett shows bow on feheoroad, feraeriy occupied by S W. The hunting season, so far s-- birds L Dr. J. N. M v6ry An cil well is now being drilled at at .the Paramount Theater are concerned, is about over la thfs During the holidays, The News ofweekbut.Wednesday, comes Creeteboro. Mr. B. Whitis, who is night this U Rev. pestle J. B. Seiitb, he will be kept open every day, for county. The sports art kiliiif a great Mr. F. M. Oarter, the oil driller, has superindenting the work for an Ohio to Columbia highly reeomm ended. It fice salted to the pastorale eC the Cstenc-b-a bwteeae- - Ourfriea4s are invited to BHiny rabbits. 4&it a'wett on Besox, Cumber Company, and who has been about is a clean show for everybody, jwt aad Ziea BapSiet Ohaeehea. to h- Tbetnr will ee a yniea metiac at seta thetteVeffoaaary. laeMitf.- :fl" went dews twelve Columbia quite a JWr, says that be All the latest books In Sotioe, 'aad jpreeoyiinao onuren sat Wttrw S- - j haadred tdii'aad lumi.'ao Mga of thlaks the praefeete fin for a good Iboeksfor childriw, oin be at TtMrt lMi iMMf a.feod tide ia Qaeea r brlke. 'the Nlvell lUjjfT 'rtrer Te The People 01 Adair County; I hive visited the Kentucky ' $?' It matters little after For-Aia- lr - -- - 3.-- ry s '.:,; T v5V. v n in-thi- s i.il "V 14-1- I .".,. , -- : v T .: heart-rendin- - - some-havlngto.b- e y, A-- "M STATE - f . ?-- 4 at v X-ma- s . the-World'- s - church, -- . J . . - - r - ga "- n, - t - - ! oe-gla- d - -- -- . J iy e VJ' -- '. I . Do-beae- y. ' -- ' -- 'W w IT &' ', , .i - . - . 3 , ',.... - ' fwi' JHi - -,- - ft-.f ' .' " " ' " - - . '" .V ''! 'J '. 9 f f -- J - : - "J J; -- "3 f . , r- !f :r 4 ADAIrt COUNTY NEWS . . DEFERRED EDITORIALS , ?r IX. is4 likely that's-numb- er of! ONE-FOURTH ; 'A ' . WANT T! RATlFIEd. large .number of prominent . California Republicans telegraph- -' - d V 11 H. Hays, Chairman pf the Republican National Committee, k3 ir.t appeal to urge the Re- pu Senators to ratify the Treaty immediately with- ou reservations or amendments. r Th followidg is the telegram: undersigned Republicans of California, concerned for th " party and their country reap ctf ally urge upon you and the other members of the Republican W;i onal Comm'tteelhe necessity for. the immediate ratification of tv" Peace Treaty and the duty rests upon you as the pres. en official representatives of our f pa'-tto urge the Republican -- changes will be made at 'FrankWOMEN IN CHINA ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT fort in the next few days. A . -? OF KENTUCKY large number pf Democrats who W. J. Bottom ) VS are holding appointive positions, Seventy Per Cent. Employees in r C C Bottom etc Deft ) Shanghai Cotton Mills Womwill have to give way for Mr. By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, en and Children Working Morrow's friends. rendered at the Nov Term, thereof, .- WORLD'S COMMISSIONER'S SALE. etc-Pltf- f. S jg? ''.... i n STBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk Wk Twelve Hour Shifts. 1919, To My Old Home in Kentucky. of the women In the of Chinese 200,000,000 them.v They are going Into Industry In large numbers to wort "long hours and for little ra6ney. t In Shanghai, for Instance, seventy per cent, of the employees In the cotton mills are women and children. Working hours for spinners are from six In the morning until six at night and from six at night until six In the morning. Weavers work from 5:30 in the morning until seven at night and "the wages are from ten to twenty cents a day. Hundreds of women are employed In silk filature mills, standing hour after hour washing cocoons In basins of boiling water In the excessively hot rooms necessary for apartments where fine silk Is spun. 'Inv Canton alone, there aje 150,000 women In factories at a maximum wage of forty cents a day for women and of fifteen 'cents a day for girls. As part of Its program of world service for women the National Young Women's Christian Association is expecting to put on Its staff of secretaries In China an expert on industrial conditions who will develop social work In 'factorips, and work to Improve conditions for wpraen' employees. This work will include the Introduction of recreation and social life among the workers and of health lectures and educational classes. One-fourth in the above cause, J?-nt- e Dear Friends: As world are I am at leisure for a few .fr - h-:- h y ' Sea t rs to recede from their refill il to pass the Treaty without am ndments or reservations of -- mizn character as substantially to alitor its character and to require to our allies its atvl to Germany. "Che defeat of the Treaty and a separate peace with Germany VU be a betrayal of our allies .an I a victory for Germany. It ' will mean a continuance of the pt.ent chaotic conditions in indescribable with suffering there and certain reaction here. The responsibility for this if the Treaty fails cannot be shifted or concealedr It will rest upon the majority of the Republics Senators, and through them, op n the Treaty, and the issue, w .on should not be a party one twi he made so. "tVe are confident that the wast majority of the Republicans in this State at least, are in favor if the Treaty and that the potion of the Republican Senator will seriously damage the -- " party. j It will be remembered that Gov. Morrow stated in his campaign speeches, that one of his first acta after hi? inauguration, would be to remove the special attorney from the Bingham inheritance tax suit. In eight hours after he was sworn in he wa3 served with injunction papers, stopping him from carry-in- s: out his threat. The validity of the injunction will be tried out pefore the Circuit Judge of the district, but in all probability it will not be disposed of until the incoming Attorney General is sworn in which will be the 5th of hours, I will drop you 'all &" few lines to let you known I ' am fine and dandy, and J hope 'this will find every body well at home. Well, I wouldjike awfully well to have been with you all on Thanksgiving Day, but don't forget .Uncle Sam always feeds his boys turkey on that day. But turkey here is not as good to me as it would be in Kentucky. I have been in several States since I left home, and I have traveled over 23,000 miles, and I have seen no country that I like as well as I do old Kentucky. When I was at home, I could hear the boys say, "well, I "am going to leave here, for there is nothing here for me." Well boys, I want to S3y to you, stay there, for there is nothing here for you. I was in that shape myself, but I have learned batter now. California is a fine state, and lots of fine people here, but listen, they don't give you anything. You pay for all you get, This is a rich state and the people are after the dollar. They are not after you. I "have signed up to go to the East coast but I donJt know whether I will get to go or not, but it I do, I will be closer to home, and probably can come to see you all next year again. There are only 16 men on our ship npw, and it sure is a home for us. They will bring a full crew aboard in August 1920, and sail for China, so they say. The navy is a fine place for a boy, who hasn't any home, but boys, she doesn't suit me. I had rather be at home, plowing corn, than to be here feeding fish and watching Sea Lyons, etc. Boys at home think this would be a great life. Well, it is. Ic is too great for me. My time is up in May, 1923, and my business lays rol ing from here. I have seen all of this world I want to see, but God knows how much I will see that I don't want to see before I get out of here. Listen, boys, if your mind days rolling, join the navy and you will roll. Now do not let me change your mind, as mine could not be changed. Try it and find out for yourself what is best for you to do. , I would be awful glad to hear from any of my old friends that will take . the pleasure in writing to me. You know, I never see anyone that I know, and I would be glad to hear from anyone. Well, I will bring this to a close. Hope to hear from some of y.ou real soon. Bertress Sparks, U. S. S. Palmer, 161, San Diego, Cal. sen-sation- s highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 5th day of Jarr. 1920, at One o'clock p m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six. months, the following described property A certaln tract of land lying in Adair County. Ky on the waters of Oreen River, and bound- VC -to-wi- t: ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in 'Columbia, Ky., to the I .shall pro- MYERS-BARGh- k a-.-- -. . . . .. i 'tm , a COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS ' Bk Y, W. C. A. STUDENTS TEACHING IN CHINA Begin ning at a stone and White Oak corner to George Boyd, thence N 58J E 86 poles to a Poplar, White Oak and Hickory in John Chelf's line, thence with his line- - N 10 poles to a White Oak, Ghelf 's corner, thence N 18 W 84 poles to two White Oak and Black Gum, corner to same, thence witH same N 56 E 26 poles to a White and Black Oak. corner to said Chelf, thence with another line of same N" 34i W 48 poles to a Dogwood and Black Oak, pointers in said Chelf's line, thence S 33J W 218 poles to a Hickory, corner to George Boyd, thence with his line S 58& E 110 poles to the beginning, containing 110 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 prompt'y with these terms. W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. W-.- 66 ed and described as follows: r, BBBBB i yjffti . . . .UsyMtSil "WAlBh ii i"i ..: i "l "liMBfcsW" - ;i " ill f .jigMBiY t FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF UFF a THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE . . 40 Years In the mill business enables us to make ihe very BEST and PUREST. We don't use anything but the best of wheat in making our Flour. i t IS We Will Makejt J:o YourInteresit to Get Our Prices Before Buying-Elsewher- e. a 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. MYERb-SARGER i CO., Famous Dog Eulogy. Following is one of the prettiest thoughts in the English lanmen The vast majority of Chinese remember their mothers as cripples guage. It made Senator Vest Many a girl wanders Into a mission famocs, and it wil- appeal to ev school who has not had her own feet bound, ,but has never seen a woman ery who loves a dog. Gut it out of her own class who could walk, and, therefore, she walks In a most ungain- "and paste it in your scrapbook: - Physical Training School Maintained in Shanghai. The Louisville Trust CO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over- - One Mllllor Dollars. Acta as Executor. Administrator, Guardian, Agenti Committee Sand Trustee, and can ly fashion scarcely-- conscious of her n. natural feet. Tho Chinese Medical Association-aAssociation composed only of Chinese pliyslclattBmostly graduates from American and English Institutions nave asked the entire educated commuIn nity of the country to better health for the children of Chi AH the Mission Boards operating na in China felt that one of the greatest contributions the Young Women'H Christian Association could offer tr the health of China would be to es mhlisli a normal school for the train ing of physical directors. Accordingly, In Shanghai, which Is the greatest port In China, the nation al committee established such a school In 1014. The school has won favot with ail educationists, both missionary and government There have alreadj been nine graduates from this school Miss Ylng Mel Chun, a graduate ol the Wellesley School of Physical Edu cation, has been dean of the school (Jraduates of the school are scatteret from Canton to Peking, teaching witl conspicuous success In twelve mlsslor and government schools. JAPANESE DOCTOR IS Y. W. C. OFFICIAL. A of Tokyo, Japan" treasurer of the National Cpmmlttee ol the Young Women's Christian Asso elation in Japan. Dr. Inouye has been Dr. Tomo Inouye "Gentleman of the jury: The best friend a man has in thif world may turn against him and become his enemy. His son or daughter that he has reared with loving care, may prove ungrateful. Those who are nearest and dearest to us, those whom we trust with our happi ness and our good name may become traitors to their faith. The money that a man has he may lose. It flies away from him, perhaps, when he needs it most. A man's reputation may be sacrificed in a moment of action. The people who are prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when success is with us may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure settles its cloud upon our heads. The one absolutely unselfish friend that a man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him, the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous, is his dog. qtaliy i as such in any County in tbelState. Pays 3 per cent .per Annum on Tlmp Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G. STITH. Sec IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? IS 7K i 1 7VZ si J Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE If . 'i ii COMPANY, SI OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. We sell the best,for the least money. See ney through G. T. 24-- STULiTS, Hgerpt, COLUMBIA; KY. t PHONE X in his love as the sun in its jour- Program For Week ., Of Prayer. the heavens. If Jan, 4 9, 1920. fortune drives the master forth, an outcast in the world, less arfd homeless, dog asks no higher friend- the faithful privilege Januarv. A j v 'a ?., i v, ' uJ&sraBLuSf HiB a meeting of the Republi- -- , cs:: National Committee, held in .Washington, D. C, last Wednea-vd8.vChicago was selected as the convention city, and June 8 was named for. nominating &u a candidate for President and .Vice President The name "of " vthe present Governor of Ken-- r tucky was discussed by the com- ' it tee for second place. ," Mlners Wi!s's-pU' a accepted to President Fri- - nd the strike -- and (far wtat to work last J it -- 'V i . "Gentleman of the jury: A man's dog stands by in prosperSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsfWSHPPSBBHHi'''"' flRP? ity and poverty, in health and in BBbBBbVTBBB" ' sickness. He will sleep on the cold ground, where the wintry winds Wowb and the snow drives fiercely, if only he can be near his master's side. He will kiss 'Or. Tomd Inouye of Tokyo, Japan, a the hand that has no food to ofDon't let the .inhibition of delegate to the International fer, he will lick the wounds and get- - the beat of you. Conference of Women Physician! called by the Y. W. C. A. the sores that come through enBreak it up with Tegular exer- particularly Interested In the public counter with the roughness of of cise, and a complete change of health an'd .recreational plans medical some time .and. Is .for the world. He guards the sleep occupation and interests atv reg- Inspector for girls In the public schools of Tokyo, as also In several private of his pauper master as if he ular periods. Make m clearing schools la 'the city. There are approximately 500 women physicians Id were a prince. When all other house of yourself you business Japan bow, she says, aad 400 women friendsjleeert he remains. When men and you "will find $u your medical students. Dr. Inouye was the only delegate from Japan to tie X. W. riches take wing and reputation Jnternatlofial Oeafereace of refers to work teet yoar rnek. C. A, PhyslekuMJ sossCsn elariajf . te Sf- falls to piecee he is as constant iag.a ceontiaff tatse of yourself . jjgSJSJSJpBy-fr, - than accompanying him to guard against danger, to fight against his enemies, and when the last X? '' Sunday Evening Jan., i Methodist Church. Subjecc: The church, Awakened by Her Nev Opportunities. Speakers: Eld. Z. T. Williams and Judge H. C. Baker. Monday Evening, Jan., 5 Presbyterian-church. Subject: The church, Awakened by the Rediscovery of the Reality aud Powers of Prayer j. Speakers: Horace Jeffries and R. V Tuesdayvevening d scene of all comes, and death Bennett. taKesthe masterin its embrace and his body is laid away in the cold ground, no matter if all oth-p"- "1 er friends pursue their way, six-wee- k there by his grave side will the noble dog he found, his heard be-twe- en net-cit- his paws, his eyes sad, but in alert ful and true even in death.". watchfulness, faith- Wo-b- - thr.se houses ind lots for sale In Campbellsyille. W. T. May., I have church Subject: The church, Awakened by a Vision of the World's Needs. Speakers: Rev. B. T. Watsoa Rev- - ElnQer Ashby. Wednesday evening, Jan , 7, Baptist church Subject: church, Awakened by the New Call for (j operar.iou. Speakers. Rev. J. L. PMurrell and f?. R. Reed. Thursday evening Jan., 8 Methodist church Subject: The chnreh. Awakened by a Revival of Family Speakers: Rev. F. J. Barger, and Mrs. Z. T. Williams. Friday evening Jan., 9, Presbyterian church. Subject: Thaohateh Awakened by the Call for WWkeis. Speakers: Rev. T. J. Wa3e aad its Jan., 6, Christian 'The 1U-liglo- J.;;A.,Sldara. ' ' .' R T -s- -S 'J?-:-- ;-- t J, r ,.- - . t T" -, V-v-- ' 7 - . .'v i -- ' .V .- i J -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - $ led States army.Js a breeder of thoroughbreds In Glarke County, Virginia. The military, personnel of this board permanent Is not BOARD AT WORK picking to bemen best fitted Instead of by knowlthe edge and experience for the work of directing, in jconjunction with the civilnew activ:tVof government ian membership, the production of horses for the three great combat has already distributed branches of 'ie military service cavstallions. alry, artillery and transport and giving them permanent billets, the war department has intimated that It must trafor fear of violating a century-ol- d gEMBERS AGREE ON POLICY dition, shift" the military members of the board from time to time so as to Five other officers their opportunities. Runners and Trotters Are Best Types This sort of rotation is calculated to and Racing Should be Encouraged to prove wasteful and Ineffective, but war the End that Production Shall bo departments the world over are stickContinuous. lers for traditional routine and there Is not help for It. Two Types of Horses. Army Remount. TI:i situation, as regards the work Tlie new Army Remount Board, of the United States Array Remount which has undertaken the task of saved by permanent the forces of national defense Hoard may wlh horses of the proper sort, has es- civilian membership. There can be no tablished headquarters In Washington question of the sound sense and pracand begun functioning. Already this, tical knowledge of breeds of horsps board, which Is made up .of a mixed and of their general and specific usemilitary and civilian personnel, has fulness of the civilian members of the distributed, through the country, In dis- board. To- the success of Major Beltricts suited to the quick production mont, whose Nursery stud has been of half-bre- d horses of robust types, thfi represented on American tracks this fifty-odthoroughbred stallions, most season by Lucullite, the country's of of them the gifts to the government of greatest thoroughbred mature horsemen and persons interested In years ; by Man O'War, tfie outstanding racing and thorougkbred production, champion among til' that had previously been acquired by and. by Mad Hatter; and of Mr. Hanthe war department through the re- cock, reference has already been made. mount board that was called Into being Major Hitchcock has "won distinction years as a developer during the progress of. the great war. these twenty-fiv- e y performers. Mr. Clark, The military members of the perma- of nent rernou. board are Jlajor Gener- like Mr. Hitchcock, has been associatals William G. Snow and Jesse McL. ed with steeplechasing In the east, and Carter, Colonels F. S. Armstrong, John he has In the course of the last two S. Fair, Bruce Palmer and George H. years rendered signal service and withCameron, Lieutenant Colonel John F. out compensation to the army as a e reTaulbee and Major Hayden Channing. civilian member of the Major Channing will not be classed as mount board. Major Strawbridge and a military representative on the board Major Channing have spent the betlong. When he leaves the service, ter part of a quarter of a century dewhich he entered for the term of the veloping horses of the hunter war, he will become one of New Eng- type, which are the sort that have rendered the most efficient service to the land's civilian representatives. armies of France and England in the n Men on Board. world straggle for liberty. Since the The civilian members of the remount civilian mmbershlp is to be permaboard are Major August Belmont, nent It Is Inevitable that the Influence chairman of the Jockey Club of New of the civilian members will be powerYork, and one of the foremost thor- ful, If It Is not controlling, In the oughbred producers of the United shaping of the policy of the remount States; Dr. John H. Mohler, of Wash- board. ington; Arthur B. Hancock, proprieToday the remount board, as regards tor of the Ellerslle stud, of Virginia, both the military and civilian eleand the Claiborne stud, of Kentucky, ments, Is a unit on the proposition that and another great thoroughbred prothe association between effective naducer, his Ellerslle and Claiborne yeartional defense and the two types of lings having fetched a total of more Horses that have not succumbed to than .$150,000 at the recent Saratoga the overwhelming competition of the sales ; F. Ambrose Clark, of New York ; automobile and the motor truck, which Algernon Dalngerfield, the assistant Araerlcnns call thoroughbreds the secretary of the Jockey Club; Major runner and the trotter Is of sovereign Robert E. StrawbrjOge, of Pennsylva- - Importance. The board Is agreed to ila; Thomas Hitchcock, of New York, a man that not only must there be no land Captain Philip M. Walker, of through the farther Interferons Captain Walker, a retired off- ARMY REMOUNT agency of legislation hostile to horpe racing, state or national, with the continuous production of runners and trotters, but that the government must find a means, as was suggested by the bureau of animal Industry as far bnck aa 1911, of stimulating the production of running and trotting types. Racing to be Encouraged. 12 0 'A V fr fifty . pro-Tidi- a - d two-year-ol- d, cross-countr- war-tim- so-call- Well-Know- If the running and trotting types were not the only light types available for the work of creating a special army horse, It would be necessary to give them the biggest roles In the scheme of military horse supply because they are tougher and more enduring than other tynes. The life of the thor oughbred runner, Independently of casualties. In France between 1914 and days. The life of ; 1918, was twenty-on- e half-bre- d was about seventeen ; the days. The life of the trottur was about j fifteen days. The ordinary horse lasted no more than four or five days. Thet.rotter more nearly aprunning thorproaches the oughbred in quality than any other light horse known In this or In any other country because the basic stock of the trotting and pacing families was thoroughbred. The trotting and pacing families were founded about - century ago by the thoroughbred stallions Mambrino, and their bottom has been sustained from time to time by fresh Infusions of thoroughbred blood, mainly on the distaff side. There are more thoroughbred runners and trotters available for this work of national defense than there are horses of other breeds because the maintenance of running and harness racing by individual enterprise, in spite d of the difficulties and legislation In various parts of the country impose, has served to make the continued production of thoroughbred runners and trotters' profitable to farmers and stockmen. The' farm tractor and the automobile and the motor truck have practically put out of commission the other light types which formerly were considered serviceable In a military sense. The only horses farmers are breeding nowadays In considerable numbers are the heavy draught types, because It Is for these types only that a profitable market can ! cold-bloode- Jfc J F d Clothing, Hats, Caps Gloves. Shoes, etc. LADIES-DRES- S r WHERE TO BUY V Jt- YOUR so-call- UNDERWEAR Mes-senger-a-nd AND GOODS. NOTIONS. 4K half-bake- AM Wool : Cotton Blankets o 4 Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports Phone No. 12. be found. Advt. 6 For nice Christmas presen ts, go to the store of Nell & Cheatham. Albin Murray Columbia, Ke Next Doot to The Adair County New Office. Vlr-Iglnl- a. icer of. the. regular, servlccnf th nai The citizens of Nelson county will make an effort soon to raise funds to complete the asphalt road to Louisville. If action is taken at oncp. and thev are suc- cessful, they will be able to get the benefit of the Federal aid. ntucky I e$0$4444.S44a4Mfr44$44Hfr444 .Ci e htndrtd nice rugs, and all kinds. 0f stationery at Nell & Cheatham's , ' iSliiSllllillSiiiiiiililiMiiiililililiiilliiiiiiliiSi m m The American Red Cross join' -- i S Used 40 Years CARDU S ft . All you need is a and a-- - did The Women's Tonic Sold Everywhere Mi m w m m m THE CHEVROLET V Very True, Christmas has always seemed a good time for vacation, but from the standrHnt of business we might much more easly have given the striking: miner double time for an outii.gr ' next August. A Car of Beauty. Graceful Stream I i v ss & M 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 EEAL NICE. 'Smooth and easy riding that willpull any hill that has a road up it. Wehave a few Cars 'Now in" Stock. m m m Don't be a knocker, unless joof are trying to follow the example-o- f the timerworthy doorlatchv and let in some valuable suggest' tion. m M m til Quick jelkf of baby's croup often fonfitallt a aeiMHU wtaatioa vrbea this dreaded disease comes in the late hours of nijfiK When Croup Threatens Public Sale. On Saturday, the 27th of this moM? I will sell, to the highest bidder, a farm, at Bliss, 'four miles fromnCt lumbia, on the Gradjville road, "Diir!" followfog: L ( We keep a Full Line of Parts at All ,' u- m m GR,EENSBURG, Times m - VuSRAMES VAF0MEN mil H&r-stu-n WOODSON LEWIS ---- mi m..aaaaa. war - tie Stlre coarenlent Wtea Croup thrrritmi. tfeit deHf Mini n!re robbed well tatp Ubrs thraat. cbett sod nnder the innt, will rcBere tlie cbaUv bieak conrattea. tod promote lettal tieet. TkkM ue puce of BMMcaHae draft. UttdeaeMreirbypfef. ucuMta coMttatiEC MwaBMSfowa-if- nil amss r Motbm ihouH kets a u f Brme't Vieooea. mwj good Koises, comparatiTeljf-- . young. Two good mules, ages right. Four milch cows, glYlBfrailk. vTwo sows and eighteen shouts, : -al-goo- , ; d. Some haj and corn. HoHseheW.gooda' ra .iHiHiaBav KBiB7eim(pt cvh r imrti, UcUldMB W , mSW- A 3te.60eaklSI.3e at H dne (repaid fMH . -- ; - niture. aad kiteheo far -- --- KENTUCKY. ," br K Nat 8 ' - 1 BruBftDnic & B0 ut ill mm r SBtjjj"! A good sideboard, davespett, fUit&r China oioset, a4 mnuj Umt' wiivkrartMw, awl a.goed,Feri ecrT iir.Bowninaaf,KWaaJi" L TJ.tt. WWWfk. Ancteloneir, J. S; BwnHeg;. ". - Tirs 'V' "- - - M J r "r-4 i--- l 1 -- V l. &', ' - V" J? : - X ' i'vr-- '; Wft are glad to note that Mrs. ville men, wilLnot make a vigorX Jas. D. Black, in, his race for sndfpossibly will with Joseph Vires, who fell from her ous race Governor, had more to contend -' doorsteps a few weeks ago and draw., with than any ofchec man who Joseph Lazarus of the Ffty-fift- broke her hip is improving at JU Golam6ia, Kentucky. ever offered for the position of district, comprising the this time and it is hoped by. her chief executive of the State. Sixthr and Seventh Wards, will manyfriends that she soon will Eoiic r His administration was coupled E.MURRELL, tt be floor leader of the House by recover and be able to see after 38 f THBVABAiR COUNTY NEWS '' . 'iniS 'V -- h" NEW GROCERY FIRM was .charged with! being impli- delegation. Frank Taylor and Mr. Hadley Dcw'gwr.Bpeidei(ttitetercrtcated with every act of 'disap- - the Louisville . We have purchased the Stock of O.OKyrfComiUaBd U. ppl. ol Adair of Glensfork, were delivering nf fhfi fOP. Gradyvllle, .XTGroceries recently owned by Mr. Bert to Durham & Co., mer Governor. When in reality the first of the week, at 30c per Epperson, and are doing business at. nothinglwhatever 'to do V. atfio Columbe' as second he had Elmer Keene moved to Colum pound. v with Stanley's affairs. Many the same stand. tassM&H aatter. biaiast week. Supt; Noah Loy, of Columbia, charges were brought to light on B. B. Janes a son spent a day visited the school here the first the eve of the election, giving WED. DEC. 24, 1919. or so on the Greensbarg tobacco of the week, and spent the night him no time to refute them. He market theWst of the week. with E. R. Baker and family. was def eatedHanHhe gracefully We will keep constantly for our cusZone and family A. C. Bruramett Subscription Price 'lstfandl&d Postal Mrs. Millie Hill and her son, accepted the result. He is now tUOperyer. tomers a FRESH LINE of all kinds home, near AH Zoecs beyond 2nC$2.00 perfyear Edward, attended the funeral of at his home in Barbourville, the moved to theirlnew A Subscription due acd Payable in Advance of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, etc. Sparksville.this week. pride of Knox county, whose their mother, Mrs. Reecej who Fresh Candies fpr Christmas; and Edward Hill and sister, Ruth, died very suddenly, at her home, people honor him.for his sterling GREETING. CHRISTMAS many other articles. character, his mannerlof living, returned from Adairville the near Jamestown, last Wednesday. Hie year 1919 will soon be and his lovejfor hisjgfellow men. first of the week. We invite Mr. Epperson's old cusOur school closed last Friday numbered with past events, and His political enemies may revile J. W. Sparks and wife, John owing to so much sickness in the tomers to continue with us, and will as this is next to the last issue him, but JimgBlack will always Franklin and family, moved to ccmmanity the attendance was be glad to make many new ones. for the old year, we desire' to re- be regarded IbyS'the people of Garlin the first.'of the week to not as large as it would have turn our sincere thanks to all the Eastern Kentucky as an exem make theirlfuture home. COLUMBIA. been. The pupils that attended patroBS of The News for the plary. Christian gentleman. Judge N. H. Moss spent a day regularly, advanced with their KY. rery liberal support they have Greensburg loose studies. The teachers, Misses or so oh the given the publication during the Henry Watterson, who has leaf market, this week. He reButler and Montgomery in the past year; in fact, for all the been wringiDglwetJsinceJhe was ports the market very much afternoon. Commissioner's Sale. SALE. OMMIWONER'S years since the paper made its old enough to suck a Jbottle, be- crowded with tobacco. Sales go Young Mjj. Mitchell, a son of bow for public favor and patron- came infuriated!! when the Su- ing off a little on the decline. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT preme Court rendered its deciMitchell, of Sul- the age. OF KENTUCKY. and famMr. R. E. Kinnaird .OF KENTUCKY. pur Well, Metcalfe county, was' Angelina Clements etc Pltff. sion on the liquorgquestion, gave Emily L. Roy etc Pltff. s ) No publication in our family z r ily and Thomas Moss and :j-t- it vs J. out an interviewlto a Jacksonxuurauay, ana Adair Circuit Court to (Petition ( in uur uiiuau mm mL..J- ) a list of more loyal supPeter A. McCorkle Deft are now citizens of our town. while here bought a span of 3 ) expartee) ville, Fla,, paper, which was By virture of a Judgment and Orporters, at home Wd abroad, By of a Judgment and Or We welcomelthem. year old black mare mules from der ofvirture of Adair Circuit Court, der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, in theJCourier-Journa- l, Sale and we would be ungrateful Rev. R. L. Pillow and family Tilden Wheeler for $600. which he takesSIa"crack at rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, rendered at the Xov. Term, thereofr were we to fail to let our appre- in 1919, in the above cause, I shall pro- 1919, in the above cause, I shall prohave beenfspending a week or so Wilson andjthe Democratic parAs we get it there will be a ceed to offer for sale at the Court- ceed to offer- - for Bale at the ciation be known. ty. In fact he stated that there with their relatives in Western change in one door in Columbia, Ky., of the general house door in Columbia, Ky., to the It is known that The News was no Democratic't'party, only Kentucky. highest bidder, at Public Auction, on highest bidder, at Public Auction, Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at on Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920, Ms a large circulation, and we a Wilson party, andgthat McAdoo Dr. L. C. Nell informs us that stores the first of the year. One o'clock p. m. or thereabout (be- at one o'clock p. m , or thereabut can state truthfully that the list Mr. Amos Keltner, who has the cases of typhoid fever in this would lead it to defeat in 1920 ing Caunty Court;, upon a credit of Court) upon a credit of gradually growing. We enter is been the junior member of the six months the following described sis months the following described: the Republicans would community are all getting better that property to wit: A certain tract of property many more new names than we Two cerqain tracts-o-f sweep the country.gWhen the and wearefglad to note that no firm of Nell & Keltner, sold his land lying in Adair County, Ky., on land lying in Adair County, Ky., on d lose, and we have several to Mr. Nell. We have the waters of Casey's Creek, and about old man is dry hejbas wheels in new cases have developed in the interest the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek on our subscription books not learned the consideration, or 1 mile Southeast of the Casey Creek about 3 miles East, of Garlin Post Ofhis head, and.we would not be last few days. x Office, and adjoins the lands of Mr. Keltner's intentions, but we Post Clements, Ed Morgan and oth- fice, and adjoining the Jaads of T.JL--. ' started with the publication surprised when he is again 'heard who R. O. Beyant, Lucien Burton and others We aire gladlto note that Mr. years, 'take it for granted that he will ers, and is the same land owned by and is same lands on which A. ' G. more than twenty-twfrom, helwillibe in Canada where GilliamBreeding, who was dando like all other wise men, go to Mrs. Bettie Clements at the time of McCorkle resided at the time of his ago, subscribers by the hundreds, he can wetlhis whistlemorning, gerously sick with measles the her death and contains 90 acres more are used as one farm. a section, where they have bet- or less. For more complete descrip death, and "whose names have at no time noon and' night. First tract contains49 acres more or first ofjthe week, is better at ter roads and schools facilities or tion, reference is made to the Judg- less and the other tract lies near t& been off our list. The present ment, Pleadings and order of sal. the first tract and contains 10 acres. this time and we trust will be on better than ours. editor of the paper has been a Mrr JohnfL. Wheat.i'who had For the purchase price, the purchaser Both tracts will be sold together as a. the stage of action again m a and a solicitor on the been a prominent! Mason and with aqproved surety or securities, whole. For more complete descrip writer few days. Mr. John Cundiff, who was9L years must execute Bond, bearing legal in- tion reference is made to the Judglication since it started. He has Churchman offcthefrity of yLouis-vill- e terest from the day of sale until paid W. L. Fletcher, while in our old, died recently, near Denmark, having the force and effect of a Judg- ment, pleadings and order of sale. for more thana half cenendeavored to give the news For thepurcfease price, the purchaser weekly as it happened, his main tury, died athisa residence last midst last Friday, informed us Russell county. He was a man who ment. Bidders will be prepared to with approved surety or securities, cases had the respect of his neighbors, and comply promptly with these terms. must execute Bond, bearing legal inobject being to please and to not Wednesday night.Jhis age being that there were fifty-on-e many attended his burial. He had W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. terest from the day of sale until paid offend. Just how accurately 86 years. He was a leading spir- of measles in his community at been a fox hunter all his life and en and having the force and effect of a. this time, but all the cases have joyed good health until a short time Messrs. E. P. Bunnton and L. P. Judgment. Bidders will be prepared that purpose has been put into it in the Louisville Methodist to comply promptly wlththese terms. before his death. He never failed to Polk, State cattle inspectorsfwere in W. A. Coffey practice, the public knows. Conference, and was "a liberal been of afmild form. faster Commissioner." Adair county last week. giver upon alljthelordinancesof to- vote the Democratic ticket. During the year 1920 it is our Quite a number of crops of the Church. Hejwas personally bacco have sold in this communiintention to make some improvements in the running machinery known toanumber of Colum- ty during the pastten days, at AC sS of the office, and, we also intend bians, and was here as a dele- prices from 10 to 40 cents per lb. H'iTfniii,i IBIS to use our best efforts to give to gate at the two conferences held It is bringing a lot of money inMil to the community. the people of Adair county, and here. our friends in adjoining counties Messrs. P. H. Keltner, E. R. . When Gov Black reached who live in other and those home,Jhe went to Baker and Jo Hunter appraised that" will relate States a paper his bank and found that a check the property of thelate Everett the information that they are for $436 had been paid signed by Montgomery ,i.one day this week. looking for the news. his wife. The check Btated that Mr. Baker will vbe the adminis.. v . j. ya n A county paper brings both it was expense for the last par- trator of the estate. 111 I m sunshine and sorrow. A happy ty. Gov. Black" investigated and Ford cars are more useful today than ever before; a ne Quitefa number of hogs were II demarriage is related, and the cessity in village, town, city and country; the utility of ll I found that an employe at ' the slaughtered in this community lull scription of the bride's trousseau mansion had forged the check. during the few days of extreme farmer, merchant, manufacturer, architect,engineer, conis eagerly read and commented He was arrested. cold weather, the first of the i tractor, salesman, doctor, clergyman, a profitable factor upon. Death comes to a home week. Mr. Strong Hill says he in the life of the nation. Runabout, $500; Touring Car, For the benefit of Jour readers, and the profoundest sorrow has the cromo for slaughtering $525; One Ton Truck Chassis, $590; Coupe, $650; Sedan, the household and the who live out in the country, we Ithe most in one day, his number $775; these prices f. o, b. Detroit. We can get but a inmates cannot be consoled. But take pleasure in stating that the being 27. III must world did not come to" an end the happiness 'and sorrow limited quantity. Please give us your order at once as III Our people are all about ready Wednesday at 1 p. m., as be told by the home paper. So last in first come will get first delivery. If we could only get for it is wjth all other events, they was predicted byjastronbmers. The, parties listed below have signed up with us qf 'eeing to use nothing but Genuine a little sugar. That is all we must be written and given to a ' need ofllhaving things rounded SPEAKER. Ford Parts, Bnd to carry a completeline of samej Therefore, they have beenappomt- waiting public, and that will be B0SW0RTH WILLJ-Boar business during the year Election of Representative Jo- up. We have only one consolaed as regular service stations: tion so far as sweetness is con1920. '. " seph S. Bosworth, Middlesboro, cerned, and that7 is this county Again thanking the public for as Speaker of the House is W. E. NOE, Columbia, Kv, A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. is well supplied with the finest by the announcement that its liberal support, from this date quality of sorghum, and1f we RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. we are otit for news and an in- the Louisville Republican organ- can-noget sugar we wiil take t creased patronage for the year ization will support him and that the sorghum. So. we will be all --YON CO., 1920. In the meantime we wish the local machine's candidate Incorpor? cake,. right any wiy for the each and every friend of The Homer S. McLellan, has withMr. Gideon Sneed, one of our CAMPBELI WllXE, KENTUCKY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Adair County News a merry and drawn.. In the face of the alCkrktmas and a htfpy.New most certain election of the oldest mt,died very, suddenly mountain man it is believedthat last Friday morning at home of r." Vary truly, Reprentativa Lewis's, iltyaai his soc, near this plaoe. He waft M. ; upesr.. in hi 77th year of .age. and J. L. .Rkihtrdtotj, J. E. KuiktLL. Post-office Uf9S. 'DAISY.HAMLETT. - 'Max. with that ofStanley's and he tirture oj his chairmanship of her. affairs again. KEENE & HOY Successors to Epperson. Bert I FRESH SUPPLIES KEENE & HOY,. rxxo late-Robe- rt knowl-dgeha- .1 ") Court-hous- e to-th- e -- to-wi- t: hun--dre- o -- p ll 'l w hov-ersov- er -- X-ma- s. i E -- ssured THE BUCHANAN , X-m- as I -- "-- v alto-Lou- i. " -- r? ..& r4 J ,' - "- - ?&& y? -; -- t WWW - ' r V 1 M-- A -- c,t:;.;: -- s- -j ADAIR COUNTY NEWS nsrevyraY8ffxiYSYrex?xa (aaiasxasxasxaxtxag WW W '- - ,Vjt. 3K?ftKX2K?K$ $X$$)K I rv I ) ) - Christmas Gifts f i . - KK2f&V sn. a ... ! i AHENTION, izr We are showing:' a nice collection of Article Suitable for Gifts to y,our friends Nice'Iine. of k. mm ; - : - - $ C 7K XIX 7K AUTOMOBILE PURCHASERS 1 ! ' if, 'a j , - h Neckwear, Gloves, Silk Hosieryf Sweaters, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Comb and Brush Sets, Suspenders, Traveling Bags, Toilet Articles, Silverware, Out Glass, Hand Painted China, Hand Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Bedroom Slippers, Silk Umbrellas, Imported Linen, Dresser and Table - Scarfs, Drawn Work and Embroideries Boudoir Sets, - y Table Linens, etc. ,.. . iA-.' P.WU' V- - ' , I $ ' --- ' " - & r--- - - few more Coat Suits, Silk and Serge Dresses? Skirts, Furs, and Men's and Boys' Overcoats, at MARKED DOWN PRICES. Complete Stock of Shoes, Hats, Men's and Boys' Clothing, A : -- -. ii' I I ; tI :'i' its $, K ffi s ww IWJtWIWf all who thfnk,of Buying ..an AutomobileL. wuld ba pleased to Introduce to you a New and' Gar which is Fully Equipped with the .; Modern Equipments, and is Capable of Eendering the Mtfst Efficient Service to its Owners of anyUp-ToDia- tV - RllSSell & CO., gQQgX2X2XsXsXXSK2ASX!XS COLUMBIA, 32VS.iVCvrsyCVSV-rvCVavyx--ivi?-T-.3Z- KENTUCKY. -- v TVVTTT""(awvvvvuwasaMCVMVMVSwM --- -- wzwwsfzt2Atv&swiiMawvswGssVSr3J Mumfo-dsvilIe, L 11 wmm9m m 1 ww 4a&AAAAA. W f Light Car. rs- " ' C PERSONALS Hamlette, who is in Center College; arrived last Friday." From here the made a business trip to Columbia last Mr. C. B. Hicks, AS TO THE POINTS OF.EASY RIDING Easy Handling, Low Oil and' Gas Consumption, and Features this Car STANDS AT THE'TCtt Many-Oth- er J week. Misses Mae Feese, Opal Garnett and Mr. Ray Flawers has been in LouisCollege at ville for the past ten days. Margie Buster, who are in Berea, reached their homes the latter Mr. Wm. Conover, a native of this part of last week, for the holidays. county, brother of Mr. John N. Mr. Geo. W. Hancock- - and wife who has been living in Chilli-cothcame down from Lincoln county last Tex., (or a number of years, is Mr. here to spend the winter. week, spent a few days with Hancock's home people, and from here Mr3. Frances Montgomery and her they left for Potales, New Mexico, two daughhters, Elizabeth and Frances where they expect to locate. of Canyon City, Texas, arrived at the Mr. Claud Buster, who is in school home of Mrs. Montgomery's, father-iat Russellville, passed through here law, Mr. J. F Montgomery, the first one- - day. last week, enroute to his of last week. They will probably home, Creelaboro, where he will spend make their future home in Columbia. " ' the hgtf days. Mr. Cecil Dunbar is at home from Mr. J. D. Howell, Syracuse, STew Berea, until after the Christmas "ork, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. Mr. J. R. Garnett is expected to Mr. Daniel Miller, traveling man leave Elizabeth Infirmary, Le'.anon, out of Louisville, was here last Wednes I for home, this week. day. Miss Sallie Baker is doing well at was Elizabeth Infirmary: Her sister Mrs. Mr. R P Grider, Jamestown, W. D. Jones, remains with her and in Columbia a few days ago. Amandaville, the two will probably reach home in Mr. L. S. Gutherie, had business in this city a few days ten days or two weeks. s ago Miss Alma McFarland, who has a Con-ove- r, e, n -fes-teviti- two former went to Red Lick. Mr. Guy Stevenson," Georgetown College, arrived last Friday afternoon and will be here until the first of the year. Miss Sallie McGee, Burkesville, and Miss Nina Simpson, Breeding, who have been off at school, were here vi 7TC Saturday, enroute home. Miss McGee while here, was a guest of Miss Allene If you are Thinking of JBuying an Autqmobile I Would be v Pleased to Have You Call at my Garage and See the LITTLE OVERLAND 4 f - Montgomery. Senator Robt. Alien, of Russell Co , was here Saturday, enroute to Louisville. Mr. J. W. Walker, of Okeene, Okla, arrived last Saturday, and will spend ten days with relatives and friends Every body was glad to see him. Mr. Byron Montgomery duty Monday morning. v And Be Convinced of This Fact. ?i'- - ..... Very truly yours, ' r G. M. STEVENSON, ik:As&w $ COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. left for his $)K$ Fred Jackman is at home, from Berea. Judge Rollin Hurt is at home ULtil the 5th of January. He was at Lasaifmas where Mr. Henry Hurt and wife are located. ..He stated that 'Mr. Hurt was getting along reasonably well, but was confined to his room when. he left. Virgil Collins visited his sister, Mrs. John Sandusky, at Bradfordsville, last week. Mrs. Sandusky returned home, with him, on the account of the illness of her mother. Miss Julia Miller, who teaches at Hazard, has arrived for the holidyys. Miss Bonnie Judd, who is teaching Dr P. H. Conover, wife and little son arrived last Saturday and will be here du ring Chrlstmasr Mr. N. W. Willin, son of Dave Will-i- class In music at Rowena, is at home Mr. Tim Cravens and wife, Tomp- who has been in Colorado, for some until the first of the year. klnsville, are spending a week with time, reached home on day last week. Bryan and Ralph Garnett are at Mr. Cravens' parents n, 7 i. j --- 3Kaes Commissioner's Sale- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. OF KENTUCKTu-- i 1 The Commonwealth of a Kentucky Pltff Susie Montgomery Defo aud Rollin Hurt on Cress Pe- Reasons for Buying the Sturdy sjryts Mfm&M;im gons r r i tition Pltff vs home, from Bowling Green College". Business COMMISSIONER'S at Humboldt, Tenn., arrived Saturday night, and will beat'home until the fiwt of January. Mr. Otha Miller, who is employed at Hazard,, .is. at home until the first of the year. l; Allen, of Burkesville was here last Wednesday, enroute home, from Berea College. Miss Nellie Misss Allene Bitchey is visiting her sister, John Lee Walker. Miss Latitia Paull returned from Harlan Saturday night, where she is teaching. Prof. A. P. Prather and wife left 4?riday morning for Millersburg,-Bourbocounty, where they will spend the holidays. n Pelley, who teaches at is spending the holidays Barbourville, with her parents. Missella Miss Allene Montgomery, who is in the College for Women, Danville, ar. Campbellsvllle, made a business trip to this place a rADAIR' CIRCUIT CODRT few days since OF KENTUCKY! Mr. H M. Hollander, Burlington, Ky , was at the Jeffries Hotel a few E. R. McKinney, Pltff. ) vs days ago. ; G. A. Branham, Deft. ) - By virture of a Judgment and Orf Mr. L. L. Anderson, Generalagent derof Sale of Adair Circuit C'ourt, of the Union Central, was here one rendered at the November Term dav last week. thereof, 1919, in the above cause, for' W. Moran left for- - White the sum of jjne hundred and forty dol Mr. J. lars (140 00) with the interest at the wright, Texas, where several of his rate of 6 per cent, per annum- from sons live. He will be absent severa1 the 13 day of Nov. 1919, until pald,t weeks. and $30.40 costs herein, I shall pro-- . Prof. C. R.Payne, of Burkesville ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the who has been In the Big Sandy Section, highest bidder, at Public Auction, on assisting Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart in Monday, the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at conducting Moonllghy schools, reached One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (beColumbia Wednesday night, enroute ing County Court), upona credit of six months the following described to his home. property A certain tract of Mr. Ward Denton, Somerset, was land lying in Adair County Kentucky, and bounded and desctibed as follows': here last Thursday. Bounded by the lands of Barrett PatMr. h M. Carter, Oil City, pa., has terson, Tavey Boss, Dr. Lacy, and been in Columbia for the past week. William Curry's heirs andcontaining 34 acres more or less. For more comMiss Cary Feese is laid up with plete description reference is made to rheumatism. the judgment, pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purMr. Sam B reman, of Louisville, was chaser, with approved surety or sehere Friday. curities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale unMrs. J. W. Sublett, of Cane Valley, efwas reported last Fridav, to be very til paid and having the force and fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be sick with pneumonia. prepared to comply promptly with Miss Mary Luoy Lowe is at home, these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. from Auburn, for the holidays. Mr. T. W. Taylor, to-wi- t:, iALE last Nell. Fridajv rived a few days ago, and will be at not sre,slgn that On account'of aicknMe, Mrs. home several weeks. J. A. Sanders and W. O. Hendrlck- B.JHixed.wrth nog. had D. JL Tielf sW a ear lead e Luther Gannon, who has had Wilt Walker had to stop her Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moatgomery, of son, Campbellsvllle, delivered a piano aad cattk on the LaetetlMe Markrt.att-feLouisville, Reached home last Tues- herelast Friday. typhoid fever, is improving kt ichool'in October:: vHcater, . A large ntuafew neg wtra slasgh-t- f . days ate. Hlitol bois braqk will MiDdpfe red' in' jMatrJaniita: timi .wk, day night,"ad will xea&ia.berenntil sori.-KfJBoweand: hr thik writinr. W ?7,W ja" . ? 13.7fccattir:!rwi !. ftot Georgetown, and ater tb CtmtUM fMte?i$et. btN MUwaM tew up pfetUn aalrdof cMtordoMotwy-'0s, Mfs-JZoraa- Mrs, V. Sullivon was, quite, sick Susie Montgomery Deft "Strong Where the Strain Come" Vr By virture of a judijmenS. ucKcmes, of sale of Adair Circuit Court render- -. ... :'- C : 'f'M 1. Hickory Axles ed at the November Term,. thero f,r 2.' White Oak Tongues 1919, in the above cause, forthesmuV of $77.66 with six per cent. Interisf 3. White Oak Hubs thereon from Oct. 31, 1911 aud $10 OCT; 4i Heavily Ironed with six per cent. IntUheron from . m 5. Oversize Throughout 4th, 1912, and 83.70 and SI 2i with in. 6. Easy to Pull terest thereon from the 28th da o 2? 7. Hard to Break Feb. 1913, and $52 95 costs herein I"' ; shall proceed to offer for sale at Vier A sturdy, stoutly built wagon made CouBC-houdoor in Columbia, K l e to last a of hard "work. bidder, at Public Audi m, -the highest . .If you do not know the Mogul on Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1!20. dealer near you, write us at once. r thereab C at One o'clock p. m :? WIDE TRACK WAGQNS. (being County Court,) upon a tract, Moguls are' made in the the: old favorite Southern standard I, of six months the following descn which fits your wagon beds, bay frames property to wit: A certain house andJ aad the track of Southern country or roads. The new- standard in theTow of r ' lot, which auto track can aho.be. furnished. Columbia, Adair County, Ky., aBB.teolfyoa don't know the Mogul dealer near you, write us. bounded and described as jfbllows-Thir- ty Mosul Wazon Co.. Incorporated. Hoot insrBe.Kr. yards wide upon the front an yards wide upon the Dacs;iV twenty-nin- e and is Lot No. 6 as laid down on keys 30 cents a pound here. Book No. 2trriT ' Harbert Walker is in school at No. 2 Page 644 of Deed of Adair Cowa- of the Clerk Rufus" Pullram has moved to the Office Columbia. ty Court, and is the same lot. cro East Fork. We hated to give by N. Bff.. Will Walker sold one work veyed to Susie Montgomery ' him up as he will be missed. by Deed bearing date Aoist' Tutt Wish him success in mercantile mule- - to Will Ed. and Johnson 24, 1917 and recorded In Deed Bcsfc , . No. 28 Page 356 of said Clerk's Offi Hunter, for $135. business. For the purchase price, the purcbiaiw Rufus Pulliam sold, one pair of with approved surety or secuiiti Mr. Ji W. Sexton, has moved bearing Jegai work mules to Mr. Oliver, for must execute Bond, uafc paid? .zm& J ,: teresb from day of sale to the place he bought of Rufus $425.' having tbe force and effect of a UXr '' Pulliam. We welcome them here. will be prepared for JCay Reqce's baby died, and ment Bidders with these ternis.. promptly comply Mrs. Jane Rpae keeps right! was buried at Chestnut Grove, W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. poorly. She-i- s living with her one day last week, we sympadaughter, Mrs. Charlie Janes. Tom and Jerry write that it wlllV thize with them in this sad hou Impossible for them to reach Chmr--' Bonr, to the. wife' of Luther of life. bla during the holidays. They Gannon, a boy, mother and baby received "an urgent call to He ar If. you.se persons with the yellow Canada; aad as the indacemeKi Jw doing will. ..of eggs. on their lips during the holi-dyJ they yery inviting, they hata aceiiJ. a lb is ."" se life-tim- tc ' 60-in- crttf 50-inc- h - . r jal -- . - h? . Kfad, Mr.-Bdws- rd Wgie70 ? "' .j3"m.. V r d i rr 3v iir v;V?. , ,r '3.- -- S- .. r r t- - - '"--' ' . '? ' 3 -- W? :.- - ' ." --. 'i " :. ' -- 1- - -- n rj - "' v-- : .-- ADAIR GOTINTY, NEWS.ill. llCWillVti., 1f - -,. -- - illMlllll ?"( j5$-- . fS The Right Angle Store FEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 2 Ply $2.25 . 1 it j HNklliHftBVi H ' i EH HP a ii wM 1 FLOROID 1 Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. ". Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT STAPLE and am FANCY GROCERIE. ' 1 :: '. V;. . . .; liik 1!iiiiii . . ic Copyrlsbt lilt by R.J. Reynold Tobacco Co. NO in use arguing about it, or making chin-musjimmy-pip- e or cigaminor keyl If you've got the rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetite, slip it a few liberal loads of Prince Albert! fflMh, a furniture. Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. joy'us class! Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of sports! P. A. is so fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing! Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your throat! You go as far as you like according to your smoke gpiritl Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch! Puts PAlice Albert kicks the "pip" right pipe pleasure into the Boiled down to regular old between-us-man-tal- k, out of a pipe! Kitchen Tabinets, 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, Clock, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. . d tin Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and humidors and that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moislener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. half-poun- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Give The Winston-Sale- m, N. C. We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come Farm A Name. become known far and wide by it history as another Mount Vern- Do not take the risk of losing on, but a name adds prestige and Name your farm for a farm name means farm; it means greater attachment to the place for the farmer and his family for jeach will leave it very reluctantly for an city. unnamed- place in in the A farm name gives a great- er sense of ownership to the farmer or breeder; it gives dignity and a sense of prosperity. He is going to take more pride in his surroundings, more pride in the appearance of the farm and its products. Choose a name signifi-n- t of some outstanding feature of your farm, as a knoll,, the trees, or of some product of it. If no significant feature presents itself, select a name that has a musical sound, or some catchy same that implies up methods. Select a name that is of the product. distinctive and the farm will soon Your farm may not go down in 9 to-da- te your identity and your . farm's shows to the world that the farmidentity by having it known by er has recognized himself as a such a name as "the old Jones participant in t h e greatest of farm." productive industries and is After you have carefully selecttaking upon himself business ed your name, announce it by principels. saying it in every possible way, on letter heads, envelopes, in Every busiuess man, whether your advertising; have the name he is a financier or a small tradeson a sign, either at the entrance man, wants financial success. In or in a conspicuous place near it, every business there comes a where it may be seen by all pass- a time when the old set of tricks ers by. The farmers and breed- no longer hold, when changing ers need a sign for his business times demand a new stock in just the same as the city men. trade. The business man, himThe advertising value of a farm self, needs just a rejuvenation name can scarcely be estimated. occasionally. Long continued The products will move quicker mental or emotional strain results since the name will help to ad- in the damming up of the natural vertise their qualities and when outlets of excessive feeling. better known become a guarantee THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Iteridence Phone 13 B Business Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN OR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST! Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg up Stairs. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Columbia, - - Kentucky Stael Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO Incornorated 1 for Sale. L,. H. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist fcfc$fo 4 A good first class Cyprus incubator. Norman Morrison: Special attention given Diseisesofa Domestic Animals Office 16 Caat Matket Street Between First and Brock " Louisville, Ky. Fire Insurance Life Insurance '..- -- "4f":-- -' Bank Burglary Insurance Q. R. REED, "The Service Agency" Columbia, Ky. Wind Storm Insurance " -- t ?& &mkt Automobile Insurance Surety Bonds mmmmmmmwmmmmmmm UND.E; R T AKER, I keep on buds a f till rtock of doffing, caskets, and robes. IsJse keep KetiUks Gaskets, aad Steel Boxes and twp hearses. We keep extra large oatksts. Prompt service .night Rerideace PSoae, 29. Df-dar. A tight wad is aworse curse Jamestown road. to a community than a spend Phone 114 G. thrift, because others profit by Columbia, Ky. the latter's profligate ways. At least 50 per cent of the dollar you earn is representative of the You labor of your this amount with must interest; first, that your creditors Business Solicited may be paidj second, that you reADAlRjand ADJOINING toward a larger profit. borrow COUNTIES This being a free and equal country, eaeh man has the right J. M. WOLFORD, to.be a tight wad. Outlet each, CASEY CREEK, KY. one pursue this occupation for a single week, and see how soon will" jf all heir, to" poverty by divine rjghV ; PW AD oultry Remedy rs. at Eesldence, 1 mile of town, on W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES T CO?.WIBIA, KENTUCKY. 4 AUCTIONEER re-inv-est I X -- the-communi- ty Bourbon of the belt 12 Columbia Barber Shop For-Safe- . iv -- 1 m Gallons You can cuke CtfcePW, Cotasabit, Ky I6S. J. F. TRIPLETT, thrfttizhbred nikhcws For Safe. Je.Bariiee, 'V - Three . !& Bwrka Rbh vurea r.na prevents poultry tonic known with a 60c bottle of WJ'SJtFt'S' Sold, by die other det tractive poultry 'dbrases. At dniflfltlf , or by inc'tl postpakL . hoba EaMfr &, lniiUci. Ex. Dcrr.ecx, cnoiera, roup sad Pj (; I.Pnff; GO w"w ii' 7 A'Sanitary Shop, where both SatfeTaction.'and Gr&tlScatioo are Guaranteed. Hflpeg, wn- - Give us a Trial and be Convinced. )K)K A X Jelne Hardware 'So Xm6XXmXi V w i- - ' " -r .5-- ' jt. S4:t. i" ADAIR COUNT? . . - .. - ,. -- I '""" ' ', ' J -- -- - s permit poker games or faro banks OUR SERVICE WILL SAVE YOU 930.OO J Gambling is gambling whether it is on ,cards or race horses; The SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS, statue on gambling defines it as LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Send via Parcel Paat a game of chance in which money or any other thing of value is won or lost. We think the-- general, 08C 8 definition of gambling applieYas AUTOMOBILE LINE ' 8 much . to betting on races as it does in betting on a hand in a GoRimDia and GamoDellsville 8 game of poker. There-- is a little Round.Trip, $2.75 Wa7 Car Pi A TI A 2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 8 judgment in both, but at best, Ford Car B 8 each is a game of chance. Special Attention to Traveling Men 0 8 The News is opposed to all On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of kinds of games of chance in 8 ToH, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our 8 which money is won or lost, and jfenger Rates according to the above schedule: a for that reason we are just as Support Solicited. Your much opposed to race course and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. gambling as we are to card gam- Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. ra. and p. m. a ling or dice throwing. A person VI i Columbia, 123 a who will play the races will soon E. PHONE- S:- Campbellsville. X play cards or throw dice,4 or in DG&OOGBQC dulge in other forms of gambling and we do not think the Legislalong. These causes entered into ture should legalize one and HENRY W. DEPP, the. result, but the indications are penalize the other. that failure was chiefly due to Race course gambling under DENTIST! the withdrawal of public sympa- the sanction "of the law is the Am permanently located in Co thy. Ex. most demoralizing and corrupting lumbia. influence in Kentucky Legalized Gambling. Only in Kentucky and Maryland All Classes of jDental rork?donr.. Crow We are opposed to gambling, is it permitted and protected by die and Inlay work a Specialty",". but we are more opposed to law. The sentiments in Kenlegalizing gambling than we are tucky as well a Maryland is All Work Guaranteed to the mere matter of gambling, against it and we look to see the itself, For when a law is passed Legislatures of both States proOBm:-.i- u" "nr r,t oosri office. to permit auy form of gambling hibit it this winter. There will be at Frankfort a by that act the stamp of public Lesson For'MriRers. powerful lobby to prevent the approval is placed upon it. Such legislation gives s anding repeal of the law, and a large It is stated that the steel strike and semi respectibiiity to an evil corruption fund will be on Tiand, was settled by men going back and encourages ..people to engage being a part of the enormous profits made by the race track to work and that the printers in it. , strike in New York will be settled When the Kentucky Legisla- owners. But we do not think the by the removal of 60 publications ture meets next "month, one of majority of the members of the to other cities. It was predicted the first acts passed should be Legislature, can be either bought irom the outset that the pteH the repeal of trie statue permit or cajoed info voting against the strike would fail because of thp ting gambling on the race courses. public sentiment of Kentucky, difficulty of includine men alrvadv If gambling is against the law in which is dead against- - gambling receiving very high wages to one form it should be against the being protected by law. give up fat pay enveloos for law in all forms We can see no If the race course can't exist Army Overcoats Dyed BLACK, DARK BLUE OR BROWN reason why if. the..law permits the sale of pari muiuals upon the race courses, why it should not i$&i&i ; - r -i m fc- - zZz0 gTtf BBBkifR rsJ&XBfi 44&:S7Ci"9. Inc. r L-'I- L' V S1-5- 0' c?lif Camels are soldo very' wherein scientifically sealed packages of 30 cigarettes or ten pack' ages QOO cigarettes) are the most refreshing, satisfying cigarette you Put all your cigarette desires in a bunch, then buy some Camels, give them every taste-te- st and know for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth-bod- y and in many other delightful ways Camels are in a CAMELS in a glaaaihe-paper-cover- ed 1 J- W. NOE. home or or when you travel!, office strongly recommend this carton for the carton We class by themselves! Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice supply N. C. Veb R. J. ReyBeldt Tobacco Co. WiuUa-Salea, jJV vPK::v-'"'iiSB,iBMi'!--- Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the and smooth, refreshing remarkable flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation! Camels win you in so many new ways! They not only permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your iaste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price! You'll prefer Camel quality to premiums, . coupons or gifts! V'.' I- - to-day- ? jTptx. m?&-itik. iTImrilt ?5!W PI BPBB iflfel ,- "- WW Montpelier. without gambling nvhy then let For Sale. the race course go. We had better raise grain on Mrs. W. C. Grider is on the Cne old style piano, in good condithe tracks than demoralization sick list. tion, will sell cheap. Also one goo and ultimate ruin, of thousands violin J. P. Beard. Mr. C. C. Holt and son, Arnold, of people of both sexes. E Town Columbia, Ky., have bought property at Russell News. Springs, and have moved to that .KENTUCKY FARMS 6S0 place. i yenain"l&U ammmmi km mr bW amv , acres. Well Improved limestone land ; mile from R. H. on pike. Price, Mr. J. C. Reece, who recently S200.00 per acre. 385 acres ; 3 miles from It! R. ; lot of bought C. C. Holt's residence and ood tobacco land; fairly well imstock of goods, at this place, is proved. Price, !?20.00 per acre.' 293 acres; 140 acres' In cultivation; tine tobacco land; 4 miles from It. It. now in full possession of the on pike. Price, $12,000.00. above named property. Mr. 341 acres; nearly all in cultivation: lot of tobacco land ; 31. miles to K. It.: Reece is a good citizen and has mile to pike. Price, ?S5.00 per acre. We greet 100 acres knob land. Some suitable an excellent family. for tobacco and fruit; 3 miles from R. him as a neighbor and wish him It.; y2 mile off piKe. Price, $2,500.00. ' 313 acres : 1 mile from R. R. on good much success in his jiew enterpike; about lf0 acres in cultivation: prise.' Mr. and Mrs. Eli Dunbar, well fenced and yood Improvements. Price, $15,000.00. Jamestown, visited Mr and Mrs ' 500 acres limestone land in high W. C. Grider a few Sundays ago state of cultivation; 8 miles- from Louisville. Price, $175.00 per acre. Mrs. Addie Taylor and daugh 102 acres River farm ; Sty miles from Louisville; $165.00 per acre. "Br, Miss Jessie, will leave in a '320 acres well improved upland land'; 9 miles from city.' Price, $48,000.00. few days, for Frankfort, where i . Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "1 had a general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. 1 had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend to 1 me I had tried every-t- h lg else, why not Cardui?.. . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." - INDIANA FARMS 1 Certain-tee- d renders a war service. 117 acres fine tobacco and Blue land; only S miles from Louisville. Price, $1S:000.00. 125 acres; all line river botto'.ii; $10,500.00. 20 acres ; they will spend the winter, with Grass the family, of Mr. Ollie Taylor. Messrs. G. B. and Logan. Murphy have given entire satisfaction as smerintendents, of the county saves war supplies, because it is" made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Certain-tee- d well improved y $4,250.00. SEMONIN - GOODMAN, 207 lisc . Paul Jones Bldg.,-- LOUISVILLE, KY. Glensfork. Rev. Tnomas filled his regular compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to loadand unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof j 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. IwrXQT factories, office buildings, hotels, stores 4feA tirucuvmtc) a B ri Fiscal court ts well as the citizens would have been pleased if they had remained in this positions, but we understand that they have bought a farm. Tb.3 Poor Farm. TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, diz- Mr. Everett Pettey and family are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d " Xt as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof &mmi BBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBSBSrA BBhBbBSBBjAa Kbk m akBMK 1i.U.hm. cuagcs, imiu uumuugs, aL etc WBSrWBkmKIMaawr m3 amJa " 1- Guaranteed 5. 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Office St Warehouses In Principal Citlei of America Products Corporation Varnishe Roofing Manufacturer of Certain' teed Paint Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Good , S. M. SANDERS & . I,. m ' appointment at- the Methodist church here, last Sunday. who is Miss Cora Kelsay, teaching in Alabana, a native, of thii place, writes your scribe she is getting along just fine arid took1 a nice trip about 52 miles Thanksgiving, but on their return had very bad luck with their car, a tire getting wrong. But Cora did not.mind having to'walk and push, for she helped Virgil Collins get a car out of Sand Lick hollow one time. We wpuld all be glad for Cora to come home X-ma- s. have moved to Gadberry and in their stead, we have the family of Mr. Charlie .Duvall, late of -- zy, worn-ou- t? Is your Rockhouse Bottom. . ; Mr4 Charlie Miirrah, recently bought Mr;Allen Walker's farm, near this place. This place adjoins Mr. .Murrdh'd home farm and urives him one of the most desimole farms in this com-rauni- lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so cofiimoa to ty woaea? Then why sot give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for yoa what It has doee for so 'many thousands of ofeer women who suffered it should kelp yo beck to health. Ask some fedy frieed who has taken Cafdej. Shewjl tell yotthewK Mr. Carl Calhoun bought a new Ford tractor and attachments and is preparing to do some up,-t- d date farming. helped her. TryCardei. CAMPBELLS VILLE, KENTFGKY. ' Dollie and Elda Strange were shopping jn Columbia laft .week. AWfHB;qf faaejr eaa4tg&t the Mr. Frank :Strane delivered (scare HeU GheitiMiiL of Ttij il- hie "tocacco, ? laec week, to,. Mr; Bfll BBBi BMvflBBBT m ham a" .iWiwn, , AH Drofgists um it (hb.a. u fkV kyw- -- - & - - . 'K ."-"- "'- - 1 n. "w Ijocal News. t COMMISSIONER'S SALE. v v V -- A THE ADAIR-- COUNTY ? 1 NEWS. CIRCUIT COURT owner and proprietor of the Farmers Woolen Mill, is kept busy day and night Ha has regular customers in most of the adjoining: counties, differ- l An- novt-- nf tKo at to filon nhhpr ilr'-TC- . Xi. Reese, "V - o OP KENTUCKY. etc Pltff ) . JSelnrfc Breedingetc Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Or- der.of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, at the Nov. Term, thereof, Tlt.-i- a the above cause, I shall pre-ee- 1 to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky to the 'tjhasfc bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 5th day of Jan., 1920, at Qi.e o'clock p. m., o: thereabout (be-- f w County Court), upon a credit of ,$crBOUths the following described A, certain tract of jtfppecty Imid I ping in Adair County, Ky., near JBVeedlng, and bounded and described & follows: On the North by the lands of Robert Breeding; on the East by of A. C. ITrodge; on the Suthby the lands of G. B. .Breeding on the West by the lands of Bob containing about H acres, and befog' all land included in and now used, as or in connection with &'.Unol house Jot. For the purchase ptjee, the purchaser, with approved jure y or securities, must execute I5onI, bearing legal Interest from da 6t Mie until paid and having the force' ait effect of a Judgment. Bidders w be preparedto comply promptly rirti these terms. 'W A. Coffey, Master' Commissioner. re-uiare- states. Several from. Russell, who are in school at Berea, are at. home to apencLthe-holidays. r. ,- SUBSCRIBE V IT J-- FOR '" " W. A. Hoblitzell, of Washington, D. C , and ,Mr. Charley , Mr. Cundiff, Somerset,-Ky.- , who have 3 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . to-w- it: rf-eland- s Ji-jys- be-tag- ,, been at Jamestown as special Census Supervisors, have moved the business to London Laurel Co., Ky., where Mr. NaEllior, of that .city, has been appointed to take the place of the late .L JST j Meadows, who was Supervisor of Congressional the. Eleventh . . , District. Mr. L. G. Bernard, County Court Clerk, and his brother,! .Lawrence, who own what is; Kprnda fc. RS'pffftf known an t.H i f" Koller mill, have installed a 20- horse-pow- er iti ivJf If' r: '& ( FOR 1920. XiX " ,te-.?- ' si ti -- ,i n --- . : vZ-$n' Q'Y, vi-'i;'v- s: f, '"? v "3$- - !p3ft9i'. ?- v- 3t .- - " :- i -f i 3 oil engine and an up-t- o .Owensby. Generally speaking the health ot 6his community is not very good. Gathering corn and getting wood is the order of tjie day in this section. The yield is' very good. Mr. L C. Warriner and "uncle Pen Allen", merchants at this place, are enjoying a fine trade. Jr. Julian Long, has installed a go!ine grist mill at L C.'s store in the , south end of town. As ''nncle Ben" is operating one in th north end, the reader can r sdily observe that this ' burg',' dale corn mill which tyilljbe'tter enable them to accomodate their; many customers. During the summer season when water is low, Newell and Boone, salesmen for the sutlin light which is manufactured by the J. B. Colt Firearms Co., sold several in the county. Mr. Paul Grider, who has been attending Berea College, for the past two years, is spending Christmas at home Mr. E. L. Harrison, President jfcjivill be .-' Presidential year and ' Events will Come Fast. "f r n D is on a "boom." M. Abi Dowell, who had a sa a the 29th. of November, left t. nce wii.i his family, forOkla., w are they will make their future home. Also his Mr Tom Aaron and wife. ay and Mary Acree, son . Con and daughter, of Mrs. Fannie Acree, who have had typhoid, eyer, nave about recovered, Mr. Jamps,'0aks and family Jiave moved from this neighbor- son-in-law, v of the Kentucky Farrrers'Union, and editor of the Kentucky Union Farmer, Lexington, Ky., spoke to a large delegation of farmers in the court house at Jamestown, Dec, 4th. The farmers of Russell are getting well organized and phn putting in a Co operative Store in the near future. r Born, to the wife of Joe Clayton, Dec, 17th. a 10 pound boy. The citizens of Jamestown, are contemplating reorganizing their town, putting in a light plant, working their streets and other badly needed improvements. Alva Grider, B. 0 , Optometrist, of thU place, who has an omce in Jamestown,' reports a' fine business. COMMISSIONER'S 5ALE. NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT i: r ITS COUNTY PAPER- - Send us your Job Work. It I i aiuuu i.u xvuaecii oyuuKts. uiiv p,4ksis county ; agent for the Sanger Sewing Machine. Mrs. Lucy Cook, wife of Wm C ok, recently happened to a verv painful accident by getting her right index finger bit off by ahorse. Dr. Sam Taylor, of io.Htpelier, was called to dress th.4 wound, and she is now related to be getting along nicely. ''UizAr. Barger, of Desda, Clinton Counry.'was in this part H;ef. days, ago on business, 'ttfr. G. F- - Eastham, merchant pit eaTft EstoK Kho not long ago Ford-truc'purchased-has been mAking regularjtrips to Columbia p(.4Camp'beilsville, after his F.-ank, will be done Promptly. flr " -, ADAIR X!IECUIO!.COUR . OF KENTOCKY, Lpu Copmer etc Pltff. TJATr.. J R. 5?Wnsnn - -, ay virture or a Judgment and --- - 3. wir i- - vs der of Safe" of dair Circuit Court? rendered at the --NQ.vr Term,- - thereof, 1919, in the above, cause,, I shall pr,o-- r ceed to offer for sale' at life Cour" bouse dbor 1n Columbia, Ey.t to the highest bidder, at PubiicAuctlon, on Monday tBeSth day of "Jan!r i920, at One o'clock. m.or thereabout (Geitig-CougtCourt) upon apreditftf-.slxmonths the following described prop-- " ? i 5s& ft- &: Y- - Or- .io. i Vi V y oidestj AiHjK-bfthta lying in Adair County, Ky , jony'thl. waters of West Fork creek, and cona taining 100 acres-mor- e or less, and adjoins the lands of J. R7 ji"ro4age7r J. W. Simpson, T. M. Gibson, Elmpre. Smith, Dick Baker and A C. Froedge? For mote complete descrTptiofi refer-ecc- e Js made to the judgmeat;:'plead-Ing- s fytteronspt the aorder of sale. ,Forcthe"pur-ehas- e ,and a much, respected price, the purchaser; vfith or Securities, mifsfez community, who. has -- rtr to-wi- t: a certain tractof 'land ;$e,?n.,fSWfc, d .fejdowofthe mL6. from day of sale until paid and having to rScover;3" She is the force and effectPbr- - a Judgment! BKldera.will be 'prepared tcr:ooraply promptly wi?n tnese pterins, 5M. . r . ClarfceJV; who was.-ove- r 101? yeaTs 1Y. Masted Commisslonef ; c -. i&v la,te-:FIem,- forabout 6 weeks is ; Knifleyr (Jrt'eek witri their daughter, Mrs. the 6th day of Jan. 1920,V at COMMISSIONER'S SALE. p. m. or thereabout (being ,Cie o'clock J. C. Gose, of this place. fdounty Court), upon a credit of six- Mrs. Lillian Harden and Mra. f ADAIR CIRCUIT COUBT njonth the following descrinea prop-t- Bessie Rev. Glenn filled his regular OF KENTUCKY; AbsherspenJgstSanday A certain tract of land appointment at White Oak church Lena M. Paull & others Pltff , on the atMr.G.R.FeeseTsv'" ling in Adair County, Ky.-vs V Mills Creek, be- Sunday, Letitia Pauil & others Deft. S ifaters of Casey and Died, on the 10th of December last first By virture of a Judgment and Oremning on a hickory and two poplars, Mr.v John Arnold is erecting a der of Sale of Adair ' corner, tnence wicn Mr. J. C. Humphress. Circuit Cook, Stayton's The intendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, thn Cox's line N 104 poles-t- a white terment ' took place at the Ar- new barn at his place, and it 1919, above cause, I shall proi&k and beech andjmaple on a ridge, nold ceed to offer for sale at the CouiC-houwasent before he needed it. . graveyardf Jc' door in Columbia Kentucky r ence N 4i4oles to a white oak and Mr1D3mpse?cB'ltvisi'ted his Casey creek has Jbeen.jpast the highest bidder, at Public Aoctkm, iaall hickory, thence IT 56 W 27 poles on Monday the 5th dar of Jan., lw, to a hickory and small black oak, sister, Mrs. OraMae Bearie, of fordinglfor'the Uat te days vuo u wum y m.t or uiersaBOMb W 45 poles to two smau cnescr Russell Co., from Saturday until and the Columbia mail failed to (being County Court) upon a ere enca six months the following teeerit poles to two Monday. t trees, thence reach Kuifiey on the account of property A cerUin, tract ugar trees'and a dogwood, thence E parcel oJand lying in the corpod Misses Fannie and Rosa Bryant high water for severaldays. poles to a poplar, sourwopd and limits of the town of Columbia, Jj)hnSytonrs line, wisiepVat MrCBM, .Bault's frem 3L BWHeeler boughf of Field the raaa?lea(ll m euttf said Te amall hickory in tlte 1 p.ole8 to TV """y "ujaxpnaay. fhsnea with sald'Mln'Ji' tn r.erkirts one sow arid 5 pigs3 3-- Jamesfemroad'and is . y to-wi- t: I. IConday T" " - o in-th- e se ; -- 2 to-wi- t. . " ?u Kaocy J. Siaipeon etc Pltff . "tendaht of schobii in fchrounty, ' VS i ana pros- - JSA Stay top etVDeft Is also aa -up-to-date DSmitfee efficient COMMISSIONER'S SALE. postmaster it' Jamestown, and ; ' 'w'W a few yrs ago Superin- ""??,u",yui' OF ui KENTrjOKir: . t& ihe beginning, ?ontainhigi 1O0 acres oi thiajieighborhood jhore or leea. Forthe purchase price, are not done gathering corn yet. e purchaser, with approved surety It keeps raining falgrs y ? x -- -' r ring legal interest from the day of get to it to get it out ilsale until pfcW .and having the foroa of the islands. Judgment and' Or- - "and perousVrar, Jut, recently he' Ky virture elect of a JUdgaaeat. Bidders -der Salet.ofi Adair Circuit Court, Born, to the wifeof Claude closed aNfeftl for 48' ac'rer of land fesdered at thenar. Term, thwaof.' 5illbeprPerte comply promptly "' Graybl, the 14th of Dec., a son 0Tec 900 Klif , In the aoove oaaee, I shall pro- these UraM. MfS eeCte offer the .Gtort- wLmrtfckm ; JbMMioortapohissWa, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram, vscris i r ill. " seourinwi, Mtiof. aroAUf -- 'Rnnrl. , so and keep3 P$(Pnfc Cajyreek,over the corn until -- ft joininrSC' ii a: inftsM -- . . JktmS bt a, 1 ;ith hiffhM WMr, U PuWk AoetiM,1 ': ;& a. 1 aaJ-KMtsCom!sfcw- ar. y?-x&-$t - eMMWwpj. , ,, , .. ipMtM i f?r 2.. " Mfiltit in Deed Page aof the Adair Coosty Born, to the wife of J. L. Clerk's Office, and contains about Feeee, a girl, N a In e Lettie aore more or less. For the put price, the purchaser, with Ann. surety or securities, most Jfcliss Eliza Ann Knifiey made a Bond, bearing legal laterest Iron tea flyjng trip to Campballaville and day of sale until paid aad haviaj tjm force aad effsot of a JadfasesA. DlJ. back Saturday. ders mM1K"rTP"T Tir titmptriimmjt Charlie Walker, our huckster, ly with these teems. T" place every week. W. A. CemayJ t .v ' Coiiderjtiph,;$lB.00i Kby meetsraujw'fcou ids sr? or V Ci' ,;-.- t i-- v -- .vw-