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Waggener, was married' to Mr Ezekiel Maeden, a business man of Mobile, Ala. The latter part of November Miss Nellie Waggener, sister of the bride above mentioned, to Mr. Walter Humphress, of Marseilles, Ind. Both brides were born and reared a few miles from Columbia and they are very kindly remembered here Their Adair county friends send congratulations, trusting that their married lives may be crowned with happiness. St. t- A i r -- -- measure i which is There is one thing that might be months ago. itated in earnest in ourmldst. Many .three noted,-- and that is, that the gossiper Mr. Vlgus came to Salt Lake in 1891, Oil men have been attracted to this opening thejfiratofficejof the Associated Shiloh being one of the number.. He is gonorallyshallow.pated person and section in days gone by, but nothing here. Although he was employ- was an honest, industrious citizen, a hasn'X mind enough to take any indefinite has been done until now, frees by the Associated Press in opening good money maker until he lost, his terest in the pursuit of truth. Her when the local people are being taken ed parts of the country, eye sight about one year ago. Many joy is putting some body else in a bad into the business on the "Ground offices in various light and turning someone's slight was asked to become Salt Lake attended the last sad rites. Floor" Basis. We refer you to the he fault into a. dark villainy. It is hard correspondent. This position he held Trico pit & Ksfining Company, a Arm BroXei Public Sale. to understand how a just woman will r for eight years. He was the iirst Kentucky Corporation, with its Home I have at my barn in Columbia pervert herself but there are many of the Salt Lake Telegram. Office . and General Headquarters Earl, a four year old son of Mr. anal As I have decided to leave Adair who do The lesson of the day is to a lot of good farm utiles, rangwas phief clerk of. the State herein Colutobia, and which: is conr Later he afterwards becoming county, I will on Monday, January 12, turn a way and take stock in the reali- ing in age from two to seven Mrs. Fred Myers, had the misfortune trolled by our own people. Messrs. legislature, 1920, the highest bidder; at my ties of life and in the' meantime don't years old. Among them are to get his leftarm broken last Monday p. P. Weeks and E. T. Kemper, of deputy county auditor. This office he home,sell to Garlin, He was 'playing wltlu other children, n believehalf you hear. near the following: some good heavy teams. If you Danville, Ky., experienced Oil men, held for four ears. "" when he fell with the result as above good mare mules. One pair-oSince coming to Salt Lake Mr. Vlgus want a good team or a single stated. Dr O. P. Milterjredueed tbe fire the active outsiders in the propoMarried at Falrplay. A span of matched horses. part in Republican sition, and they have associated with had taken an active mule call and see them. fracture. This is tbe second Jtime hla Three milch cows. party activities. and prominent them such M. Burdette. lef t arm has been broken. He was born in Columbia, Ky. When Three heifers, will be fresh this Last Friday afternoon Miss Alta men as Judge W. W. Jones, who is ' Pullium, daughter of Mr. Tom Pullium spring; Two Big Games. Vice President of the Company, John a young man he was emploped as a was married, at her home, to Mr. Will kemain Here. Five male calves. W. Flowers, Treasurer, and these gen- telegraph operator He was promoted Six coming 2 year olds, steers and Munford Lewis, son of Mr Cap Lewis. detlemen toghther with J. O. Russell, to superintendent of the telograph Somerset Fast Basket Ball Club Rev. Jo Scott was the officiating clergyWe take pleasure in reporting that rail- heifers. t Jeffries and H. A. Walker con- partment of one of the Missouri T. E. plays the Athletes here, both Frida? man. A lot of hogs and pigs. Mr. M. O. Stevenson will not leave stitute the Board of seven Directors. roads, and soon advanced to superin and Saturday night. Best games ot The groom has a position in Jeffer- - Adair county. He has purchased Mr. One hundred barrels of corn, and The local men will be in absolute con tendent of the Western Union office sonvilleand Saturday he and his bride Jo Blair's farm containing one hundred the Beason. four stacks of hay. trol of the Company. The preliminary of the Chicago board of trade Later A lot of shooked fodder, and some were in Columbia, enroute to his olace and 35 acres which joins sixty acres Over the Top. work has already been completed and he became a member of the Chicago of business. The groom is an indus- acres already owned by Mr. Stevenson. board. Hisnext position was with shelled oats. the raising of funds for the initial or One mowing machine, wheat drill, trious young man, who has many The consideration for the 135 acres test well is being pushed as fast as the Associated Press at Chicago, where wagon, Tampico Lodge was addressed last and other farming implements. friends, and the bride was a popular was $7,000. This farm is only a short possible. No Commissions are to "be he was employed for several years beMontgomery, A six shoveled ridding Brown culti- young lady of the neighborhood distance from the farm Mr. Stevenson Saturday by Mr. Gordon any local stock sales, and no fore co'ming to Utah. His experience paid on Their Adair county friend extend sold Elsey Young, and is in about one-ha- lf rn the million dollar drive for the vator. salaries will be paid to anyone until on the Chicago bpard of trade fitted Masonic Widows and Orphan's Hime Household Goods and Kitchen fur- their best wishes. mile from tbe Stanford pike. It the Company is producing Oil in pay- him to become secretary of the Salt Tne quota for that, lodge is about sevniture. is the farm owned at one time by Sening Quantities, so that every dollar Lake stock exchange, a position which Dinner Party. en hundred dollars, and the full Terms made known on day of sale. ator W. F. Neat. put into the proposition will be spent he held for some time. He was the amount was virtually raised. Tha J. C. Blair, Garlin, Ky. for development purposes only There first secretary of the exchange Hamilton --Willis. good wives and daughters of tha Mr. and Mrs Joe Patterson were Mr. Ylgus is survived by His widow, is no question An the minds of the Masons spread a delightful and hosts at a dinner on Christmas Eve. Masonic Election. best posted OH men but that this sec- Mrs Mjra J Vigus and a sod, C. Ros Mr. Claud Willis, of this place, who sumptuous dinner for all present, and The following were present: Mr. and tion is underlaid with rich pools of coe Yigus Both live in the Stewart Ma,SWP.Miller, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. has been employed at Cincinnati for all in attendance had a very enjoyable Oil and Gas, and all that is needed to apartments. Salt Lake Daily. Columbia Lodge, No. 96, F. & J?attesou, Miss Mary Miller and Mr. some time, arrived with his bride last time. The above article is from a Salt Lake bring it to light is a few thousands of elected the following officers for Will Welsh, ot Hazard. Ky. Friday. Mrs. Willis was Miss Buth Remember that the Campbellsville dollars judiciously expended in drilling daily. Mr Vlgus was born and rear- the ensuing year on the evening of Hamilton, who lived with her parents, Loose Leaf House will open next FriSix O'ClocK Dinner. operations, and the sooner this money ed in the' Glensfork country, Adair December 26th: Rev. F. A. Hamilton and wife, in this day. There will be plenty of buyer- splace, for more than year. While is available the sooner the "Boom" county He was a fine business man Gordon Montgomery, Master E. W. Reed, S W. will be on, and the sooner our people when he left with his father and famiOn Friday, Dtc 26, Miss Mary D. here the bride was a pupil In the High Married in Florida. Albia Eubank, J. W. our prop- ly many years ago During his long in all lines of business, and Patteson entertained the following at School, from which institution she Geo. E. Wilson, Sec'y. erty owners will begin to reap results. career he filled many important posia "lovely six o'clock dinner: Misses graduated. She is a very modest and A clipping, sent by Mr. Alexander tions He was an uncle of Mrs. J. Dr, J. N Murrell, Treas. For just as Boon as the first drilling Susan Miller, Julia Oilier, Sarah Cof- charming in manners, and was quite Murrell, Champaign, 111., gives this place. rig is in operation in our midst then J. C Strangers. D. fey, Chelcie Barger. Richard Royse, popular here. elaborate account of tbe marriage J. T Goodman, Jv D. The groomiias splendid business atthe tide will begin to turn this way, and Edward Hamlett. RooK Pariy. of his brother, Rev. Jesse L. Murrell, M. L. Grlssom, Tiler and everyone in the locality will be tainments, and his services has been The Self Culture Club met with which occurred at Miami, Fla., ea greatly benefitted in one way or anB. F demand since he was old enough to Mrs. E. B Barger last Monday after- in Christmas day, the bride being Miss Miss Frances Strange very delightJA other. Then, too, as soon as our Home accept positions. noon. An interesting program was Gladys Callahan, of that city, The. fully entertained with a progressive Company makes a "Strike," as they The couple will probably return to being opened -- 2 or 3 Impressive ring service wssused. Carpenters. Ap-- rendered, the meeting Wanted. have every reason to believe they will, Rook party Friday evening. with prayer and a Christmas talk by Cincinnati this week At present they Following the marriage the couple R Feese, The house was charmingly decorat- p)y to in the manufacture, outside Capital groom's mother, at the fol- are with the Mrs. Z T. Williams. This was will go to Cuba for their honeymoon. Lebanon, Ky. will begin to flow freely into our ed with evergreen and Christmas grandfather, Mr. H B :. lowed by a solo, "In Old Judea," by home of his The groom is a sou of Howard A midst, and untold benefits will follow tells. of the groom is Mrs Hamlett. She was accompanied Garnett. The father Murrell, and is protnlneat in tbe Gretna Green. games the hostess' mother Between rapidly. Never before in the history Mr. O. P. Willis. a by Mrs. C. M. Russell, piano, and Mrs. Methodist Church. of the world has there been such a served punch to the pla)ers: C. J Mitchell, violin. Misses Katie CampbellsviileLoose Leaf House will At the close of the games delicious Sunday night of last week Mr. Dave demand for crude Oil and Gas, the deThe Mirror is the name of a new refreshments consisting of fruit gela-tin- e Smith and Miss Nancy Judd, Mr Murrell and Allene Montgomery gave open Friday, Jao, 2. Bring your tobac- monthly commercial paper just started mand is increasing daily, and prices delightful Christmas readings. . Mrs. co in good condition.. Plenty of floor and cake were served. Zach Cundiff and Miss Helen Smith, are advancing rapidly. The fact is, at Middlesboro. The object of the . The prizes for the highest scores all of Cane Valley, left, for Jefferson-vill- e, Mitchell and Mrs. Russell rendered a .rpom demand is far In excess of the supthe publication is to point out the re beautiful selection on piano and violin. made were won by Miss Alice Walker ply. We urge upon our citizens to Ind., in an automobile. Reachsources of South Eastern Xentuckj" Badly Hurt. very carefully the Trico Company and Mr Doc Walker. ing Louisvijie they crossed the river read and to also build up the Queen City o Some one has put in circulation that Miss Strange's teacher, Miss Katie and in a Advertisement, appearing en another of Com. short time were hippily mar- the price of The Adair County 'News Logan Murphey and Bud Yarberry, the Mountains' A Chamber Lindsay-Wilsowas ried. When page of tins paper, ana we trust you Murrell, of the paper goes to press is $2 00 per year in Adair county. The We note-tha- t this organized live near Sparksville, and their farms merce has been they will have arrived ' will then make up your minds' to take the honor guest. A. W. Rhorer has been made a News Is $1 50, and while join. Last Monday they quarreled The following friends enjoyed this received forgiveness, and are - now price of the advantage of this great opportunity we make nothing at that price, we over the division line. Murphey be- Vice President and J. R. Callison and not only to assist in making a success delightful gathering: Misses Jennye being congratulated by their friends are publishing it just at that came desperately mad, picked up an W. E.. Frazler are two of the BoaKi of this uuLsual local enterprise, but McFarland, Agnes Hynes, Allene price, and will continue to so do. ax and struck Yarberry a fearful of Directors. The Mirror isavery generally known that Prof. Blank paper that we print The News also to have a safe and profitable in- Montgomery, Eva Walker and Alice It blow on the side of the head, crush- creditable sheet. vestment right at home, with your Walker; Messrs. Doc Walker, Ray W. G. Aaron, of this county, Js prin- upon is now $12.00 per huVdred. Four ing his skull,, is said. Two doctors it Ham-let- t, Kentucky petroleum operators re cipal of the Graded and High School t years ago we bougnt it at $3 56 - Pahome'bankers handling' your money. Fiowers, Billy Cundiff, Edward Tuesday and it celved a Christmas gift la the shajfe were attending him Strother Hynes, Stewart Hutchi- Eddyville, Ky. He. Is a dlllgentfand Can you afford to turn down the proppers are suspending weekly on account was reported that he was in a dangerof 25 cent boost in erode oil prices, son and Guy Stevenson n 7,. well qualified teacher and stands high of the high cost of material, but we osition? only about making the price per barrel $310. ous eondition. Yarberry is in bis home county. He has success- have enough in this office to run us 19 The union meeting at1' Che PresbyMust Settle. j ears old, a son of the late Jayson Th oki price was 79 eeafcs. The fully taught a number of schools in until next fall, and by that tims we terian church.'Sundav night, was not Yarberry. Pennsylvania crude oil thesaaw qualAdair, and we feel sat isQed that.he hope for a lower market. But uo or largely attended, On" account of the a ity that it is believed will be found, The outstanding business of Blair & has made and will continue to make Mr 'and Mrs 'Edgar Beed-gavedown, The News is here to stay,. weather. Talk's were made by Rev EH here, went up to $4 75 per barrel. is must be settled at once. There- good at Eddyville. lie is strictly Watson and Eld Williams, and ninety-dinner party to the following persons fore, allparties owing the firm are honorable, and whatever .he underMr. T. A- - Judd has made an'envia-bl- e last Friday evenlnh: Dr. and Mrs W five dollars raised for the suffering Lyne Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. requested to call at the store and takes to do he does it well. reputarion at Jeliico, Tenn , as a J Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Herman T.. Price, got his right band badly Syrians Armenians and make payment, as Mr. Blair will reteacher and manager of schools Batnett, St. "Louis, Missies Enna Lewis hart on Christmas day. He nad a l Alexander Murrell, Champaign, 111 , move from the ccrunty. A few evenings ago Mr.. Ralph Hurt There are three public Bchools.in that was-caps in his peeked mostde-- . and Frances Reed. It and a roll of writes us that his corn crop was fairly few special friends with. city, the High School, City school and Our friends are requested to call at entertained a light ful affair, the edibles being very In reaching his hand in his pocket; .He sold 5,000 bushels at $1 36, good a six o'clock dinner which was a mag- Colored school. They have all been choicu After dinner several hours the caps exploded aad several of hie him $6 5007 Winter once and renew for tbe year 1920. which, netted nificent affair. Those present were put under lie management of prof. were spent in social, converse. fiugers and the back of his hand weea wheat, he says looks 'well. He will Next Monday will be the'n rsf county Miss Vic Hughes, Mrs. Edwin Cra Judd. He employs all the teachers badly burned. spend the remainder of the winter in court for the New Year, , and if you All of the J. M. Montgomery farm are not in Columbia before that date, vens, Mr. Lieon Liewis and sister, Ed and has tbe supervision of their work. .Florida na, Mr. and Mrs Edgar Reed. After Mr. R. D. Judd also lives in Jeliico. was bought by Cot. L. T. Neat a short Jar J. C. Bialr, of Garlin, whe la Weather and healtfupermittlng, call on that day. The News visits refreshments, several hours were hapwill, reHe is engaged in the Gent's. Furnish time after the 'death of Mr. Moot-Sinc- e one of Adair' best citfceas, weekly every representative home in lir. R L. Davis and his sister-in-lapily spent In dancing. ing business. gomery for about $4,000. that move in a very short time to Iowa. .Hies Mollte Caldwell, will leave for Adair county and we are proud of the has been cut in smaller farms We regret to teee this faHy, as ic Warren and Hardin counties this week estimate its home friends place upon Dr. C. M. Murrell, Mathersilie, 111. The Russell springs Basket Ball team time it and sold to different parties. Up to stands high te the oemamnief te look at farm lands with the view it Who recently bought a, large boundary came down last Friday night and enowtbe boundary lias' brought asoob t haa raided far a auaesr of ef baying. is now on hk gaged the CelusaMa .Atheletfes at tlte A great deal of tobacco will be sold of land 18,0W plantation, making arrangements far High Seheel Gym. It? was hard Rsr.lT. Waesee will prwtpt accepted a po-- at C&mpoelteville Leoie Leaf Heuse in Miss BoseHuau-has' crop. Dr. JCarrell is a lootf ssnssst, Tk, aeat aeesjsy aeil a peltteg eet ba4eli. M BetWi tie witt e Lettta S7r fce XMttiaMa -- Te4sjheo the .aaxt tee days. JMajryoartobeMe at eight. YaetfkkC'Dee: , a aL bMtaer ! Dr J. N . Mjwstt, thU pbws, 10 Ik favor tee to this sarkeC "K tcity-editof well-know- n -- E Vius, 73 years, of age, veteran manager, newspaper Never before in the hlstorj of the Associated Press lower man,. and later chief clerk county has an opportunity been prelegislature and. deputy of sented to our citizens for the upbuild- house the county auditor, died yesterday aftering of the community as is offered apartin through the medium of Oil and Gas noon at his home the Stewart suddenly il He was taken - dhvelopment, now being ag- ments W, of-th- e Great Ogptrttnlty fir the Pesple of Cthmbia and Adair Ci. - Death of Ed Vlgus. Mr. A Good Citizen Passes'; V Clise Ysur Ears. There is a great deal of idle, if not wickd, gossip going on in every neighborhood ,It Is, a mean habit. In this, day and generation. we rely upon rellg fon and education to stop- - gosesprbut they don't succeed in any great Iaterestfig fteals. There seems to be ne leup (afarm deals. A few days ago Tllden sold his farm, known as the B-- X. Young farm, one and a quarter miles from Columbia, on RosseE Springs road, to John D. Turner, kit of Harlan county, for $16,000. Immediately after this deal was closed-Mr- . Wilcoxsin bought of B,F. CbewK-ln- g the latter's residence and aboetf forty acres of land, in the edge et town, on Greensburg road, for 48,000". This is desirable property as well as the farm Mr. Wilcoxsin Isold. Wff-coxs- in Bobert H. Cofer, T?howas odb of Adair couhty,'s best citizens, died at his late home, near Cane Valley, Sunday morning of last week. He was close to eighty years old, and had been on the decline for several months. He served in the Union armyduriDg the war of the rebellion, and wasin a number of engagements, the battle of S - A.-M.- , -- W-Co- y, sr!. E -- -- n, at-hom- e, the-sam- e is-n- a cap-pisto- a fe ' -- 1 -- pM.Oefmr Jf- -t ', - - V a X ir 1r ' v - - V'""-- 5 " S ' - .. .?. L .. - A-- - "r - - "-I- x. .. -- S U'?- " - ' SALE. '""I" 2 fc -- i-" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FACTS ABOUT COAL Anrfmclt, SK-Aattiadt- W8MEN EXCEED JEN IN JAPANESE FACTORIES COMMISSIONER'S ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OP KENTUCKY W J. Bottom etc Pltff. 1 r v e, Bitesiaos, PrtxkcedinUKtedStete Sttb-- Bi aai ligwitr h1 KTrr-.-- . rra-ST-'.- ' JL 1" .V;-Cf-fr -- rm fa, r r. ' . ".'''4s ;o ! r KiiiiF iY 850,000 Japanese Women Work vs y The geological survey of the United States government gives to coal jjrix classifications. ' They are: Anthracite, semianthracite, semibituminous, bituminous, i and lignite. All of these classes are produced in the i s, at Average Daily Wage of Ten C. C. By Bottom etc Deft ) virture of a Judgment and Or 9 T ' ,tper.entage,of fixed carbon, which makes it almost smokeless. It is hours ata wage of ten to twenty cents coal for steamships, and is used almost exclusively by a day, that the world may have silk as the best dresses and munitions. 'thf navy. In Tokyo alone, a city of two and Bituminous coal is produced in a number of grades, but generally million people, there are inwomen employed in sixty-tw- o spearing, it describes" a rank of coal having about equal proportions of and businesses varying from vol.Lile matter and fixed carbon. It is only slightly affected chemically dustries telephone operators, clerks, work as by weather, unless it is exposed for several years. stenographers and bookkeepers to to designate a rank of coal more generally work In silk and other sorts of fac-- 3 is used 'orles and domestic work. black lignite. It is a clean, domestic coal and ignites readily. tkno.m as Each year thousands of these woic produced generally in the western states. men go back to their homes In the It country, broken In health and victims Lignite is a product of North Dakota and Texas. of beneath their surfaces more more of tuberculosis becausethey the poor The'lJnited States and Alaska have work and conditions under which of the unmined coal reserve of the world. live. They are housed in dormitories th3ii one-ha- lf The total unmined coal reserve throughout the world is officially in the factory compound. These dormitories are frequently unsanitary. The halted at 8,154,000,000,000 tons. Of this 548,000,000,000 tons is girls work long hours, have no recre''anthracite, 4,302,000,000,000 is bituminous and 3,304,000,000,000 tons is ation and on finishing their long day go immediately to bed, oftentimes a and lignite. bed which a girl who works at night States and Alaska is The unmined reserve of the United has been sleeping in all day. As part of Its world service for wotons, of which 22,000,000,000 is anthracite, tons is lignite and men, the Young Women's Christian tons is hituminous and 2,054,000,000,000 Association plans to build dormitories in manufacturing towns where live cheaply under healthful Louis district is the center of the bituminous area, and most The St. in this country comes from the central physical and social conditions, to send of the bituminous coal produced introduce dfstrict out secretaries who can compound and Louis Into the factory group of states in and adjacent to the St. direct games and social life. Olive Tree Introduced in This is done with the of the factories' managers and pro Golden State by Priests; ""'T prletors. One of the most Influential Mission Variety Popular of these Is Mrs. Suzuki, the most HINTS FOR THE prominent woman manufacturer in The ancient scrap between Minerva, Japan, who is owner and manager of a POULTRY GROWER who gave the olive, and Apollo, whe firm which exported $11,000,000 worth bestowed the horse upon mankind, was of bean oil to America last year. decided, as will be remembered, in Recently Mrs. Suzuki decided to Vhen culling a flock of hens at the favor of the lady the dispute being employ one thousand women in her end of the laying season, there are al- as to which of the two gifts was the offices She could not find enough ways a few Individuals that may be more valuable. well trained ones so she established Classed as doubtful. Very often the To understand the reason for this n permanent school where Japanese owj ? of the birds allows sympathy decision, one ought to live in the girls may be trained to enter the busl to interfere with good business. Mediterranean region, where the olive ness world. The greatest danger to G. W. Hervey of the is a vital factor in the lives of the peo- ahead of Japan, she says, ts in it of Missouri college of agricul- ple. They could much more easily growing materialism.- - and Jnpan'B ture it is better to cull a bird that spare the equine quadruped. greatest ne6d, Uie development of her five or sis more eggs only this ma? Olive culture has already assumed women. fall 'iin to keep her all winter as an great importance In our own country. abst' .ie experiF-1- . In 1916 (the latest year for which figA Un may Itow the characteristic ures are available) there were in CaliNATIONAL FRIENDSHIPS body depth of .uree or more fingers fornia 834,938 olive trees in bearing, DEPEND UPON WOMANKIND and yet may lnve but a and 515,221 not yet old enough to yield . 4. ppr- - .ad between the pelvic bones. This fruit. The state's production In that " stopped lay-I- year was 1,000,000 gallons of olive oil Japanese Diplomat Says Men that" the bird has me"-Alone Cannot Create Interna-- , 4 .' 'if her period of and 1,800,000 gallons of pickled olives. 4 body tlonal Friendliness. haMi" been long enough for the The olive tree was Introduced in 4. up also. She has just California by Spanish priests, the first depth to close friendship be- - 4 International reatlud the point where she will be grove being planted in San Diego In tween nations depends largely kept at a loss. 1769. From those trees is descended upon the friendly feeling between Sometimes a bird may exhibit the what Is today the most popular variety, the women of those nations, ac- characteristics of both good the desired Mission olive. cording to representatives of the ! pelvic d body depth and Japanese embassy In Washington. 4 bones, yet her skin tinder the fluff Their theory Is that there can may feel tough and leathery. Such a "No More New Duds Until be no firm friendship between ! beii will invanol.ly have coarse pelvic Prices Go Down," Popular two nations unless the women of 4- bones and a coarse breast bone. She Slogan With Englishmen - those two countries know and 4 may have had a period of production 4 h like- - one another, as during the summer, but her total for London tailors are said - between nations, as In the state Fashionable the year would not justify retaining L to be somewhat perturbed over the re and In the family, is based on co- er another season. operation between men and wo- - 4 ported popularity of a clothes conserIn culling the American breeds, the vation "movement" hailing from the 4- men Rhode Wyandotte, Plymouth Rock and Japan and Amerl- United States which is being enthusi- f Therefore. If Island Red, one is apt to be confused astically acclaimed by Englishmen ca are to have a real, lasting 4 by the shank color test. The test is $ friendship, Xo really know and long continued high clothwearied not so reliable with these heavier ing costs.of understand one another, the wo- mpn of thp two nntlnnft must breeds as it is with Leghorns, for the Over there, the "movement" has ra-that when they become Broody manifested itself In the organization learn to play together, to study 4 a certain amount of pigment is likely of "old clothes' leagues" societies f together and to think together. 4 to return to the shank. One must make single-pledg-e slogan "no i- The Y. W. C. A. Is one of the 4 due allowance for this, and if the bird with the clothes until prices go h best mediums for bringing about 4 more new ? is favorable In appearance otherwise, down." this friendship between the two 4 4 nations, according to diplomatic It may be profitable to keep her over Those who assume this pledge are representatives of Japan, as that 4 as a breeder for the spring season. regard patches on trous 4 organization Is teaching Japanese In general, then, the poultry keeper expected to ers, shiny coatsleeves and sewn-u- p recreation, showing them when culling must not be influenced splits in .boots and shoes as badges of life and how to enjoy bv any single factor, but must consports. It Is particularly neces- - 4 sider all of them. The more rigid the honor. The turning of old suits, sewneces4 sary that Japanese women learn 4 culling the more capable is the flock ing in of new linings and other sary alterations which make an old 4 to enjoy and appreciate recrea- - 4 management It is usually safe to j trousers, coat and vest serve the pur- - 4-tlofi, they say, since the great market at least half of the total num- pose the - Influx of .women Into Industry 4 of a new suit at ber of hens at the end of the laying cost is another part of the practical 4 and business, as Japanese wo- season, replacing them with pullets. application of the "league" precepts. men, formerly so conservative, 4 4 are going Into business and doing 4 4 many things which they had Leave Record of Existence never thought of doing before the DO YOU KNOW THAT re-gar-- cd der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, Twelve Hour Day. 1919, in the above cause, I shall d to offer for sale at the CourtThere are more women In Industry house door jn Columbia, Ky., to the United States. In Japan than there are men, accord-t- o highest bidder, at Public Auction, on t Most of the anthracite coal is mined in eastern Pennsylvania. Small a statement recently made by the Monday, the oth day of Jan. 1920, at i&rcns in the "West are placed in the anthracite classification, hut are not War Work Council ofthe Young Wo- One o'clock p m.", or thereabout (bemen's Christian Association. ing County Court) upon a credit of j&eaiical with the Pennsylvania anthracite. The world war has brought 850,000 six months, the following described There is very little semianthracite in this country, hence it is hut a women and girls into the dally grind property A certain tract of gm H factor in the trade. of Industry according to this stateland lying in Adair County. Ky on Semibituminous is of higher rank than bituminous. It has a high ment ; 30,000 of them little girls under the waters of Green River, and bound fifteen years of age who work twelve to Twenty Cents for a pro-ceeI to-wi- t: J l fljk' j'i:-- ' ''''Ipy-'-'''-- ' Hl ,ificr MYERS-BARUbk r IP -- x ftiiWi-iit-'jiii'i- 5- , mtimwm ,; ..; v7!? COMPANY I one-hn- lf 100,-00- 0 Sub-bitumino- us -- us 4,321,-000,000,0- 00 2,155,-00(00oio- 00 girls-ma- y ed and described a3 follows: Beginning at a stone and White Oak corner to George Bod, thence N 585 E 6 poles to a Poplar, White Oak and Hick or j ni John Chelf's line, thence with his line N 19 W 66 poles to a White Oak, Chelf'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. comer to said Cheif, thence with another line of same N 34 W 48 poles to a Dogwood and Black Oak, pointers in said Chelf's line, thence S 33 W 218 poles to a Hickory, corner to George Bojd, 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 oFsecurities, 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, t( WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFF THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years In 9 the mill business enabtei us to make the very BEST and PUREST. v We don't use anything but the best making our Flour. of wheat in We Will Makejt.to You Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. We give our special attention to exchange and custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. coal-produci- ng -r- ecreation Master Commissioner. We Solicit Your Patronage. MYERS-BARGECO., R h X BKk' Mummies Found in Steam-Heate- d Cave; Vault Kept Warm by Volcanic Fires d Ac-con.i- Uni-vei7,'- fv -.y one-fing- er - nr so-call- ed well-sprea- $ 4- :- 4-'- The mummified remains of 13 Aleutians were found In a steam-heatecave on Baganil island recently, and 11 of them have been taken to the NaLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. tional museum at Washington. The cavern that served as a burial vault Capital, Surplus and Undivided Pro Tits Over One (iillior Dollars. was kept warm by volcanic fires. The mummies were wrapped In skins and Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agenti Committee Zand Trustee, and can qualiy nets, and were completely dried up. It as such in any County in thelState. Is supposed that the ancestors of the present island natives mummified Pays 3 per cent Jler Annum on Time Deposits. their dead because they did not wjsh to part from them, and not for any JOHN ST1TES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Trea3. A. G. STITH. Sec religious reason.- Their method was to wrap the bodies In the skins and intestinal membranes of .sea mammals, place them In a squatting attitude on wooden trays, and hang them up in dry caves. Many of them found are undoubtedly very ancient, but of the origin and history of the race little Is known. The Aleutians spoke the Rus sian language when the islands passed . into the possession of the United States, along with Alaska, in 1867. Then until 1884 they were left to gov-erIf Not Why Not INSURE With themselves. They have now forgotten the Russian tongue, and are becoming Americanized. Most of them UNION INSURANCE live In clean wooden houses and wear American clothes. The women weave wonderful fabrics of grass, so finely plaited that they resemble silk. - The Louisville Trust CO $&&&g$ IS YOUR LIFE )K)K)K)K the INSURED? CENTRAL LIFE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. n 4--- :- 4--- $ Word "Nothing" Defined as Meaning Something - Words, says an authority, have an. In which We sell the bestfor the least money. 4--f4-- n 4-- 4 4--4 4-- out-of-do- or I one-thir- d 4- 4--4 I 4--4 f 4--4 On Ever-Enduri- ng Spirit war. 4- 4 i J The Y. W. C. A. has been as4-4 sured the fullest possible 4 atlon of the Japanese embassy 4 4 and the Japanese people In mak- Ing Its "World Service program" for three million dollars to be used for women and girls In the 4 spirit. The impression then 4 United States, India, China, Ja- - 4 can never be effaced. Time, which obliterates nations and the record ol 4- pan, South America, Egypt, SI- - 4 thelrexistence, only renders the linea- 4-- berla, the Near East and Mexico 4 miles wide. 4 ments which we trace on mind! deepei 4- a success. At the time of the Persian more legible. From the very prin- 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124. 4.4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.- and wars all Greek men wore long ciples of our social nature, moral and tied on the top of the head , hair Y. W. C. A TRAINS WOMEN. intellectual character multiplies- - Int- - with a knot and fastened with definitely Its own likeness. Francis a hairpin. Young women students "from forty-iou- r Wayland. states and nine countries China, the Philippine Islands, France, BulgaHardy Small Fruit ria, Holland, Russia, Armenia, Canada Burial Piace of William Penn. are registered in the and Mexico Currants and gooseberries are very National Training School of the Young -- The burial place of Whilam Peon hardy and withstand extremely low Women's Christian Association In New at Joardan's Meeting House, sear temperatures; In fact, If windbreaks York. Gh&lfoat St Giles, la Bscklnfluua, are provided, most varieties are able They are studying methods of Y. W. with the remains of bis two wives. to withstand the severe, conditions In O. A work, with ajriew to .taking up (a (There was wiee an effort made to .have most .parts of the upper Miflolartppl po8ltiB8 la Y. W. We roaalnB brought to tils country, valley aad the aorthera GkeaiflateE thls'couatry erlBrother of tbe coa tries whwe tb Y. WTO. A. te oarfytaf jht it was foua Impossible te. locate area. Agricultural LrepanaMBt, oa. eveoiM &d cMurftaclta work.. rav, wklch.kftd JMtrbeea Marked be W t& pUa 'wy abandoned, . . - it " The aeolian harp Is a stringed instrument which produces musical sound in a current of wind. In Syria camel's hair Is pulled out in the spring and made into waterproof tents, bags and rugs. On the north of Australia is the greatest coral reef in the world. It Is over one thousand 4-- It is then obvious that if we desire to live worthily, If we wish to fulfill the great purposes for which we were created, we must leave the record ol our existence Inscribed on the ever-enduri- co-ope- r- 4--- 4 4--4 4--4 -- elastic meaning, according to the sense they are employed ; much also depending on how "nothing" is de- $K PHONE 24-fined. As sometimes used, "nothing" means something very insignificant, but still something that really exists. For instance, you pick up an empty bottle and say: "There is nothing In it" but there Is air in it. When a person Is taken ill he may say: "It is nothing;" but It may turn out to be something that will result in his death. Then again the expression, "He began life with nothing," means that he began with very little. "I have done nothing all day" means that I have accomplished little, not that I have Noted PhyHdan and Writer Says We actually done nothing, for that wonld Should Live From 90 to 105 be impossible. Such uses of words Yesn of Age are proper, according to common sense as well as authority. Dryden wrote: " 'Tis nothing, says the fool ; but, says Dr. Joslah Oldfield of London, known the friend, this nothing, sir, will bring internationally as a physician and a you to your end." writer, has published a prescription for keeping old age at bay. According to him, It is not a quesf THOUGHTS OF WISE MEN I tion of an operation, but a dally diet, which includes dandelion leaves, fowls' eggs, grapes, lettuce, cow's milk, waterDiscontents arise from our cress, honey and salads (uncooked). desires oftener than from our I wants. "Old age," 'he says, "Is largely caused by deposit in the blood vesGetting on Is largely a matter sels and cells of the body of waste of getting up each time you are matter. So by adopting a part fruitarknocked' down. ian diet a man, however old, may beSorrow does not really change come young again, because every cell people; it only develops what Is In the body will be replaced by new already in them. h young cells.? I they bring to it they will reap Doctor Oldfield argues that normal from it. persons, rightly fed, should live from mood in which we begin The ninetyjo one hundred and five years f a day makes hs a discordant of ageT note or helps the nannony of every circle In which we find ourselves. . I have three houses and lots for See G. T. C. STULTS, COLUMBIA; flget, KY. Of 8 $ae&sg& &$s$ss&$$ Program for Week Jan, 4 Prayer. 9, 1920. HOW TO KEEP YOUNG Sunday Evening Jan., 4 Methodist Church. Subject: The church, Awakened by Her Nev Opportunities Speakers: Eld. Z. T. Williams and Judge IT. C. Baker. Monday Evening, Jan., 5 Presbyterian church. Subject: The church, Awakened by the Rediscovery of the Reality and Powers of Prayers. Speakers: Horace Jeffries and R. Y Bennett Tuesday evening Jan , 6, Christian church Subject: The charch, Awakened by a Vision of the World's Needs. Speakers: Rev. B. T. Watsoa and Rev. Eimer Ashby. Wednesday evening. Jan , 7, Bajsfc church Subject: The church, Awakened by the New Call for CoSpeakers. operation. Rev. J. L. Murrell and G. R. Reed. 8 Methodist Thursday evening-Jan.church. Subject: The c h u re h. Awakened by a Revival of Family Religion. Speakers: Rev. F. J. Barg&r and Mrs. Z T. Williams. Friday evening Jan., 9, Presbyterian church. Subject: Thachareh Awakened by the Call for Werkars. Speakers-Rev. T. J. Wade aad JUt. , That-whic- 0X work-eithe- r London's Coal. HsWcmI Loedoo coasHHaes about 15,000,000 yearly- - sale inCampbellsville. -- e , , , J..Ai Sanders. W. T. May. - X "' , B- - V. Bianrtt So , hJ u 'r s - ADAIR GOUNOD I ARMY REMOUNT BOARD AT WORK NEW ACTIVITY OF GOVERNMENT HAS ALREADY DISTRIBUTED FIFTY STALLIONS. . ES 4frQ"Q"0"9"0"Q"fr4 MEMBERS AGREE ON POLICY Runners and Trotters Are Best Types and Racing Should bcEncourajjed to 4 r the End that Production Shall be Continuous. Army Remount. Tlie new Army Remount Board, which has undertaken the task of the forces of national defense pro-Tidi- ng with horses of the proper sort, has established headquarters In Washington and begun functioning. Already this board, which Is made up of a mixed military and civilian personnel, has distributed through the country, In districts suited to the quick production horses of robust types, tho of half-bre- d fifty-od- d thoroughbred stallions, most of them the gifts to the government of horsemen and persons Interested In racing and thoroughbred production, that had previously been acquired by the war department through the re-mount board that was called Into being during the progress, of the great war. The military members of the permanent remou- - board are Major Generals William G. Snow and Jesse McL. Carter, Colonels F. S. Armstrong, John S. Fair, Bruce Palmer and George H. Cameron, Lieutenant Colonel John F. Taulbee and Major Hayden Channlng. 3Iajor Channlng will not be classed as a military representative on the board long. When he leaves the service, which he entered for the term of the war, he will become one of New England's civilian representatives. Well-Know- j ' ted States army, Is a breeder of thoroughbreds in Clarke County, Virginia. The military personnel of this board is not to be permanent. Instead of picking the men best fitted by knowledge and experience for the work of directing, in conjunction with the civilian membership, the production of horses for the three grea,t combat branches of "le military service cavalry, nrtlllery and transport and giving them permanent billets, the war department has Intimated that It must tra for fear of violating a century-ol- d members of ditlon, shift the board from time to time so as o give other officers their opportunities. This sort of rotation Is calculated to prove wasteful and Ineffective, but war dennrtments the world over are sticklers for "nidltlonal routine and there Is not help for it. Two Types of Horses. situation, as regards the work The of the United States Army Remount Board may bo saved by permanent civilian membership. There can be no question of the sound sense ami practical knowledge of breeds of horses and of their general and specific usefulness of the civilian members of the board. To the success of Major Belmont, whose Nursery stud has been representel on American tracks this season by Luculllte, the country's greatest thoroughbred of mature years ; by Man O'War, Uie outsfandln-- ; the-iiillita- ry two-year-ol- agency of legislation hostile to horpe racing, state or national, with thejeon-tlnuou- s production of runners and trotters, but that the government must find a means, as wns suggested by the bureau of animal Industry as far back as 1011, of stimulating the production of running and trotting types. Racing to be Encouraged. IO TO BUY 1 & 9 WHERE ' 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 types. The Jlfe of the thoroughbred runner, Independently of casualties, In France between 1914 and dayB. The life of 1018, was twenty-on- e was about seventeen the hali-hredays. The life of the trotter was about flfteen,days. The ordinary horse lasted no more than four or five days. The trotter more nearly ap- d cold-bloode- If the running and trotting' types YOUR d Clothing Hats, Caps Gloves, Shoes, etc. j 4 proaches the champion among tin and by Mad Hatter; and of Mr. Han cock, reference has already been made Major Hitchcock has won distinction years as a developer these twenty-fiv- e y performers. Mr. Clark, of like Mr. Hitchcock, has been associated with steeplechaslng In the east, and he has In the course of the last two years rendered signal service and without compensation to the army (is a e recivilian member of the mount board! Major Strawbridge and Major Channlng have spent the better part ol! a quarter of a century developing horses of the hunter type, which are the sort that have rendered the most efficient service to the armies of France and England In the n Men on Board. world struggle for liberty. Since the The civilian members of the remount civilian membership 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 Stntes; Dr. John H. Mohler, of Wash- board. ington; Arthur B. Hancock, proprieToday the remount board, as regards tor of the Ellerslie stud, of Virginia, both the military and civilian eleand the Claiborne stud, of Kentucky, ments, Is a unit on the proposition that nnd another great thoroughbred pro- the association between effective naducer, his Ellerslie 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 Americans call thoroughbreds the secretary of the Jockey Club; Major runner and the trotter1 Is of sovereign Robert E. Strawbridge, of Pennsylva- Importance. The board Is agreed to nia; Thomas Hitchcock, of New York, a man that not only must there be no cross-countrwar-timso-call- running thor- - I 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 a century ago by the thoroughbred stallions Messenger and Marabrino, and their bottom has been sustained from time to time of thoroughbred by- fresh Infusions 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 and of the difficulties 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 so-call- LADIES' DRESS GOODS. 8 UNDERWEAR AND. s - NOTIONS. :' half-bake- S AM 4 4 8 Wool N Cotton Blankets Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Davenports Phone No. 12. be found. Advt Father's Shooting. They had hare for dinner and very proudly mother told little Ada that it had been shot by father. "Really 1" said the little angel. "And who held it while daddy shot It, mum-my?" Albin Murray Columbia, 9 J Kentucky Next Doot to The Adair County New Office. w Dentistry an Ancient Art and Captain Philip M. Walker, of ginia. Captain Walker, a retired Viroff- .farther Interferenoe through icer of. the.Tejcular. ser.vice.of tho rini. Dentistry was an art among the Az tecs 3,ouu years ago, even to crown ana the bridge work. Cocoa was used as an- esthetic. ! fc O Fire Insurance ,,5,,5,'& Life Insurance iisiiiSisiiiiMSiiiiiiSiiiiSiiiiiiiiiisiiiisiiisi ' A. y Aw) Bank Burglary Insurance Q. R. REED, "The Service Agency" Columbia, Ky. ,. Wind Storm; Insurance Surely Bonds Automobile Insurance ? THE CHEVROLET s 3 Used QUICK-BELIE- F A Oar of Beauty. Graceful Stream I iness 40 Years For Rhetimaltsm. Sore lfnrW WrmM tche. Heulaf h mnrl all tuln tc a If n . fills tO ease aSV ache nr nfn fn an mrf nl thy UU It ...1 mf uuiwu3 race vc f AT DRVCGISTS; or ly vuxil postpaid. IT MAXES PA!H SAIL BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lotatfc Ky. v. "uj AT A MODERATE PRICE, WITHIN THE REACH OF ALfc Persons who. do not. want to invest a fortune in a car, but who do want Something REALNICE. Smooth and easy riding that will pull-- any hill that has road'oip it.- - We have a few Cars Now in-Sto- ck. CARDUJ J J The Woman's Tonic iMlKllyiaik-flF- j Sold by the Jeffries Hardvv are 5le J JOHN WRITE LOWSVH.LC, KY. &m Sold Evwywtare - Liberal assortment m4 full value psM rawFUnO Hides and fcSeatSkiit. fw rune We keep a Full Line of Parts at All Times WOODSON QR-EENSBURQ, EWIS Mils UN DERTAKER. '' I kep wi hasds a foil iteck ef coffloe, msfcet, d robiv 1 ako kwp Metallic CwOcets, aad Steel Boxes and twe bearsesu-We keep extra large caskets. Proaipt serviee Bight r tlay. . ---- KENTUCKY. ReeicWcc PKoae. 29. -- , K V '..,. sJ. F. TTUPLfTT, ' PHe, 46& Cotabi,Ky Ofice jRjRlRiWWUHMWW WWWflW KU . MMNHHNII v THE ADAIR GOtfNTY NEWS iWair a favorite our street. Even those who use history can recoant. it is "Monte-CasinoThe surpluses are -- exhausted in spot for the excursionists, who to be fond of the obejoyful are every corner of the earth. There find her beautiful prospects of glad that John Barley Corn has fa Golan6ia Kervtacky- was never such a demand for the Rhine valley. The stay at been put ,to sleep to awaken never Manufactured this nlfice was very short, for again. raw materials. Educr E. MURRELL, The hunting season iB over hee i articles are sold months before after four days of rest they were .Successors to Bert Epperson. . Man. MRS. OAISY HAMLETT. they are made, and the entire ordered to again ''Roll pack" and and very few birds were killed. world is crying outfor increased "6ling equipment" and march Dcmaer Mc a m intpcr drrotod tothe Interest Jamestown. up the East bank of the river to We- have purchased the Stock of tiC!tyof CoterabJaaBiS tfaa paopl of Adair production. 4 adfeiaJas eoaatie. thfc ancient fortress of Ehren- Salaries are higher than- they Groceries recently owned by Mr. Bert There'is some talk of installever were, and wages are now breistein, thus having the honor Epperson, and are doing business at as second Satercd at tie ColtaabB." higher than salaries were before of being the first American troops ing an electricJight plant at this aw e9 Batter, . the same stand. place. this new era set in. But if the to occupy this' noted fortress. It is said that a number of toiler spends his income as fast It occupies the summit of a WED. DEC. 31, 1919. as he receives it,' all this wonderrock nearly four huu-dre- d dwellings will be erected in this 1 city place early in the spring. A feet, highopposite the ful opportunity means nothing to We will keep constantly for our cusSubscription Erice"1sttandr2nd Postal Zone his futur- e- When the reaction of Coblentz, and is called the majority of the building lots that purchased in this place, at tomers a FRESH LINE of all kinds comes'he will be in no better po- "Gibralter of the 'Rhine" on were All Zones beyond SndS&OO per year Payable in Advance A Subscription doe and sition to battle with the. world summer evenings when the set- the public sale, last October are of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, etc. J ting sun is shinning low upon the to be adorned with nice buildings. than he was in the olden times Fresh Candies for Christmas, and NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS. when dollars were scarce and the rocks you may fancy a glow- When the plant is installed, conmany other articles. ing hill beaming with red fire- crete walks made all over town, the Ghristmas of jobs were not so abundant. Now that and the new buildings erected. We invite Mr. Epperson's old cusworks. 1919 has come and passed into seventeen Elizabeth Griffith, These menjtbat were to garri- Jamestown will be an inviting tomers to continue with us, and will history with all the rest of the years old, who was to have been son this fort.gWerelmen that had place. Pride and love for the be glad to make many new ones. sineteen hundred odd years that married to Capt. George K. Joralong the aisne months be- old home town should stimulate hiked have elapsed since the event that dan, who is located at Camp fore; had waded streams, slept the people. COLUMBIA, gave rise to the, year's happiest ' Taylor, on New Year's Day, was in shell holes and smiled on to The young people of this comKY. celebration, the minds of men evidently murdered in Dr. Chris- victory in the e drive, munity are planning for a big and women turn to the new year, topher G. Schott's office, in again in the Marne-Aisnand time during the holidays. There and the "resolution making" r Louisville, last Wednesday after- later in the Meuseargonme, they will be a number of social gathperiod arrives. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Commissioner's Sale. Developments so far had done their bit noon. erings and a Cnristmag - tree. The fact that the greater part shows that Dr. Schott was also the Hun. It was a strange thing The tree is usually planted in ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT of these resolutions are broken OF KENTUCKY. in love with the girl and Had of- indeed fqr 3000 American soldiers the court auditorium, and people before, the new year is many OF KENTUCKY. Angeline Clements etc Pltff. vs fered to marry her. There were to spend Christmas on top of for miles around come in. Emiiy L. Roy etc PItff. ) old should not weeks or months Adair Circuit Court to (Petition ( vs no "arrests up to Friday morning, this great rock hundreds of feet J expartee) Peter A. McCorkle Deft ) deter us from continuing the The bank at this place is havand the detectives "seem to be at above the swifty flowing Rhine. By virture of a Judgment and OrBy virture of a Judgment and Orpractice of forming new resolves ing an unusually large run of der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, a loss as to who killed the girl. A magnificant Christmas tree and we should determine that business. The deposits are in- rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, Dr. Schott says he is satisfied had been erected on the battleshall pro- rendered at the Nov Term, thereof, we at least will be among those creasing, and there is a good de- 1919, In the above cause,atI the Court- 1919, ceed to offer for sale in the above cause, I shall prothat she killed' herself. Well. ments overlooking the city of who at the end of 1920 will have house door in Columbia, Ky., to the ceed to offer for sale for" money. Mr. Walter at the Liter, Since writing the abov Coblentz. The Regimental Band mand highest bidder, at Public Auction, on door in Colombia, Ky., to the satisfaction of knowing that Dr. Schott has been arrested, played Carols underjthe tree on McKinney, who has been the Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at the highest bidder, at Public Auction, we have faithfully kept the com charged with murdering the girl, Christmas Eve. The parade cashier since the death of Mr. J. ' One o'clock p. m. or thereabout (be- - on Monday trie 5th day of Jan. 1920, pact with ourselves. ta Caunty Court), upon a credit of at one o'clock p. m , or thereabut (be: and to us it looks like the authori ground was white with snow . Meadows, is a fine business u.J? months the following dftrihi ing County Court) upon a credit of six has ever been the ties have a plain case against him. and as the soldiers gathered man and has the confidence of property to wit: A certain tract of six months the following described main theme of the major part of land lying in Adair County, Ky., on property Two Jcerqaln tracts around all seemed very unreal. the patrons. the waters of Casey's Creek, and about of land lying In Adair County, Ky., on year resolutions. In these new We learn that Mr. Elmer 1 mile SoutheaBt of the Casey Creek the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek day after Christmas Most of the menfwere indeed oc those almost forgotten times, On the lands of people pick up the wrap- cupied with thoughts of home Wheat, of this place, who has Post Office, and adjoins the and oth- about 3 miles East of Garlin Post OfR. O. Clements, Ed Morgan before memorable July 1, 1919, most fice, and adjoining the lands of T. A. ping paper and string scattered and loved onesJnd believing in been elected cashier of the First ers and is the same land owned by Beyant, Lucien Burton and others the closing night of the year was wheth-e- r their hearts that the next ChristNational Bank of Russell SpringB, Mrs. Bettie Clements at the time of and is same lands on which A. G. a favorite time for bidding fare- about and ask themselves her death and contains 90- - acres more his they really had as much joy mas wouldjbe celebrated inthe who succeeded Mr. Robt. In or less. For more complete descrip McCorkle resided at the time offarm-- . death, 'and are used as one well forever to John Barleycorn giving true spirit of "Peace on earth, gram, is giving entire satisfac- tion, reference is made to the Judg- First tract contains.49 acres more or and his allies the bubbling wine and pleasure from the of sale. and receiving of gifts as they andigood will toward men"- - but tion. He too is well qualified ment, Pleadings and order purchaser less aad the other tract lies near to For the purchase price, the and the foaming stean. the first tract and 10 acres. They know alas! their hopes have in a and has many friends over the with aqproved surety or securities, Both tracts will becontains sold together as a My Lady Nicotine also receiv- ought to have had. must execute Bond, bearing legal in- whole. For more complete descripthey gave, measurejbeen shattered by parti- county. ed many a sad jolt, from which that those to whom terest from the day of sale until paid tion reference is made to the Judgappreciated the spirit san politicians, but let us hope having the force and effect of a Judg- ment, pleadings and order of sale. recovered in due time, and liked and she Mrs A. G. Hill, who lost her husment. Bidders will be prepared to For the purchase price, the purchaser which led to the giving, but did that the rent will soon be mended band recently, takes this method of comply promptly with these terms. the man who was loudest in his with approved surety or securities, protestations that he was done they like the gifts? If they did and ere long the! Peace treaty returnineher grateful and heartfelt W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. must execute Bond, bearing legal inyou will never know, and it ratified and the League of Nations thanks to all those who attended him terest from the day of sale until paid forever, and for aye with the se- not is right that you should not established thereby assuring to during his illness, No friends 'are This paper is being issued on the andtiaving the force and effect of a ductive charms that come from Judgment. Bidders will be prepared the fathers and mothers of this held in so grateful esteem as those last day of the of the old year. To- to comply promptly with these terms. the weed was in a few, mdnths, know. great Republic of ours that the who stood by you in hours of distress morrow good resolutions come for the W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. drawing or a short time and deepest troubl. Looking Backward year 1920. sacrifices they so nobly made solace from the pipe of briar or will not have"made in vain. ... j. - s meerchaum, or from a iragrantl By Albert Bryant, Havana, stogie or cigarette. rrri i rjni w it" " t mtt ttj m r rmiTB Almost one year has passed Cane Valley. Of jcourse there were countless since three thousand doughboys other resolves that were given of the first- - pioneer Infantry, While our town, is on the pike more or less publicity around the an sSS Veterans of three battle fronts and the passing is almost confestal .boards that groaned and ' rt in France, after the remarkable stant, nothing has occurred here, some time roared because of the . mi ev "military feat" of marching since my last letter, of a startling A M rZTfi .4V choice viands and the tempting through rain and mud oe'r nature. The young society folks decaotura and iced pails that mountains and through the are getting ready for the holidays CAR adorned the tables, but in the valleys for a distance of two hun- and the band boys are practicing main tnose mentioned werej Remember when 'you bring your Ford car to us for dred miles, come to the edge of some new selections, land expect prime favorites. mechanical attention that you get the genuine Ford serthe hills and there before them to make-th- e welkin ring on the was the prinAnd vice materials, experienced workmen and Ford factory lay the night of the 25th. in the winter's snow-ligcipal:5 'Mankind of hankers after great valley of the Rhine filled prices -- Your Ford is too useful, too valuable to take In the afternoon of the 27th punishing himself, he feels with cities, factories and farms. chances with poor mechanics, with equally poor quality rather like a hero when he feels The men gave way to great out the Masonic Lodge at this place materials. Bring it to us and save both time and money. that he is bearing up under de- bursts of joy when they realized will meet for the purpose of elect-- , ing officers for the ensuing year. We are authorized For4 dealers, trusted by the Ford privations of which he himself is the goal for which they had so Every member is requested to be Motor 'Company to look after the wants of Ford owners the instigator. long striven was close at hand. present. Another important But,this New Year's Eve there Passing through Coblentz, that's the. assurance we offer. We 'are getting a few Ford matter will come before the body will be jao need of wasting time Germany, a city of 60,000 populacars and first come first to receive delivery. and the fraternity will be address over "swearings off" of the cup tion and the town which was to The parties listed below have signed up with us i(' j 'eeing to use nothing but Genuine ed by Mr. Gordon Montgomery, that cheers and sometimes in- be headquarters of the Third Ford Parts, and to carry ajcompletegline of same Therefore, they have been appointebriates A will stronger than American Army, marching passed of Columbia. He has a message ed as .regular service stations: our own' has spoken, and the day the statue of Wilhem I at the that no member should fail to hear. of the' 'distinction between the junction of the Mosselle and A- - F. SCOTT, Casey Creek,. Ky. W.JNOE, Columbia,. Ky. The new bank recently started various grades of drinkers or Rhine rivers, they commenced at RICE & CO., Cane ValleyKy. tippler is supposed to have van- 3:20. p. m. Dec., 14, 1918, cross- at this place is gradually growing in favor. Mr. Dennis Eubank, ished from the earth. ing the historic Rhine on the CO;, who is the cashier, has a smile Butthere is ample room for pontoon bridge) scEiff brucke) ; on ' Incorpor? v.? customer, therreeolves. One. that should reaching the right bank of the and a ihake'for ever CAMPBEU SVJLLE, KENTUCKY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. appeal. to jdl is that the reeolu-ii- river tkey turned to the north and ere long he believes that the stock holders will be proud, of .maker intends to "get marching to the town or Vailend-o- r ; " tlie institution. 1920. There are aJMstfMa Germany, about 10 kilometers - 1!ht motakrof Gane 'VaU that nay. never come froaik the point of crossing & xne worKUf jutt rtcov- - rivtw. This ii a i n4 as t r ia wert ntvrbettir; It. is a rarfe ing wac-that Coarvty NevJs ering from the most deva?tat- - smalltown, and on the hills above thing ko see a man in his cups on " NEW GROCERY FIRM KEENE & HOY - - Post-offi- ce '" pre-cipitio- us FRESH SUPPLIES KEENE & HOY, Oise-Aisn- e, , -- Court-hous- e Self-deni- al , to-wi- t: at-be- st, -- -- w TTmms,. r gpmr that -- self-deni- al ht -- THE BUCHANAN .YON n, op-9rtaki- M V - v "- - NB X "S S ADAIR COUNTrNEWS ' Gwww 2 Mrs. Pinkie Davis, who has been an ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT efficient saleslady inW. I. Ingram's bia several dajsof 'ast week. OF KENTUCKY. Miss Sallfe E. Murphy, of Liberty, store for several years, left Monday E R McKlnney, Pltff, Ivs came down to spend Christmas with morning for Rockledge, Ga., where she will spend several month's with re- G A. Branham, Deft, her aunt, R. F. Rowe. By vlrtufe or a Judgment and v Mr. Ray Fowers returned from latives. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, Mrs. Luke Parks, of Alabama, is . polifouisville Thursday night. rendered at the November Term' visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, thereof. 1919, in the above cause, for cy Mrs Frank Sandusky, Bradfordsville, J. W. Morrison. the sum of one hundred and forty dol visited here last week. Mr. J. R. Gannett returned fjflm. lars (140 00) with.the Jnterest,at tlie Mr. W. E. Harris has returned from Lebanon Hospital Monday afternoon. rate of 6 per 'cent, per annum from West Point, Miss. He left the Coium He stood the trip Hne and is getting the 13 day of Nov 1919. until paid, and 850 40 costs J.sliai) pro bia colony well and doing fine. along all right ceed to offer for siie at the CourtMr. J. C. Shirley and wife, Milltown, Mr. J. K P Conover was quite ill house door in Columbia, Ky , to the last Tuesday morning to visft rel- last week, at the home of his so'ri, Mr. highest blddpr. atj'ublic auction, on loft Monday, the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at atives in Louisville, Cattlesburg and Flavious Conover. Oue o'clock p. m , or thereabout (beLivingston, .Ky., Mrs. Gordon Cheatham was taken ing County Court), upon a credit of ON HOTEL CORNER. Mr Henry Cooley and family. wfto quite ill last Saturday night, and for six months the following described A certain tract of have been in Oregon for eight years, a while her condition was alarming. property land Jylng-l- n Adair County Kentucky, are back on a visit. She is better at this writing c ftH$xfc and bounded and desctibedas follows: Mr W. E Bradshaw and wife, LouisMr. John T. Harvey, and his sister, Bounded by the lands of Barrett Patville, are visiting at Montpelier. Miss Mae, of Boston, Mass , arrived terson, Tavey Ross, Dr. Lacy, and William Curry's heirs and containing Mr. J A. Wilmore, who is a promt last Friday and will spend ten days Mr. Bruce Taylor, who is in business 34 acres more or less. For more complete description reference is made to at Yiper, Ky., soent Christmas with nent attorney of Lexington, is spend- with relatives and friends ing a week with his parents at Gcad Mr. Walter Sullivan, of Louisville, the judgment, pleadings and order of his family here. Mrs, R. 'A. Myers and son, Robert ville. is spending a few days with relatives sale. For the purchase price, the purMr. T. O. Pattesoo, who has been chaser, with approved, surety or sePage, are here from Monttcello. Messrs' Garfield add Lee Flowers, of and Columbia friends, I employed at Detriot, Mich, leached curities, must execute Bond, bearing Wichita, Tejcasg are here withthelr Miss Irene Smith, of Indianapolis, legal interest from the day of sale unMiss Julia Eubank spent the holi- home last Friday. relatives and friends. Lee arrived in Ind., is visiting at the home of grand- til paid and having the force and efdays with her nephews, Messrs R Mr. Paul Foster, Greensburg, spent fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be time for Christmas dinner. The boys father, Mr. W. T. McFarland.. and T. A Judd, Jelico, Tena. Mr. N 3Nfcyafe , , $$ S$$a Mr. Luther Ant'e. Pekin, II!., is Feese, Cane Vallev, and tives In Adair county. with his Columbia friends. other rela- COMMISSIONER'S JALE. Commissioner's Sale- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OFKENTUjJKV? The Commonwealth of 1 Kentucky Pltff vs Herbert Taylor was in Colum- -- to thank our many friends and patrons for their business during the past year. We promise you that our of Fair Prices, Courteous Treatment, and a Square Deal for all will be continued the coming year. Wishing all a Happy, Prosperous New Year, W4fsire Susie Montgomery Deft and Rollin Hurt on Cress Pe- r tition Pltff vs The Novelty Shop, XX )fe XXX&& S3 d ' xS?K;fc$ PERSONALS Mr. W. L. Welch, of Jackson, Ky vlsited-her- e several days of last week. Mr. A. W. Reece and Miss Orlia Bowers, who are students at Beea, a day or two in Columbia last weeN. are in theoTl business and are doing Mr. Strother Hynes was-a- t home, well from Center College. V were here last Tuesday, en route to Mr. Hermau Barnett arrived from Mr. Reece's home, Jamestown, where St. Louis last Tuesday, and will be they will pend the holidays here until about the Brst of the year. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton and their Mrs. Barnjtt and little daughter will little son, James Buford, of Ronita, him. La , are visiting Mrs. Sutton,s parents, returrwith Miss Nell FoIHb, who is a telephone Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Willis. operator at Lebanon, spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Browning and with relatives in Columbia. . their little son, Charles, Lebanon, Mr. Earl Ramsey, of . Leitchfleld, spent the holidays with relatives here was at the Jeffries Hotel Christmas and at Milltown. day. Mr. B. G. Murphy, who is Chief of Miss Emma Luttrell, Font Hill, Police, Highland Park. Louisville, visited his old home, Sparksville, Adair was here last Thursday. Miss Ruth Stapp came home for the county, last week. J holidays. Mr. D. P. Weeks and E. T. Kemper, Danville, who are in the oil business, Miss Allye'Garnett, who teaches headquarters, Columbia, arrived last from home, came in to spend Thursday night, and will be here for some weeks. ' Mr. W E Morgan, and daughter, Miss Myrtie, were here Christmas Ere. J. W. Coy .was laid up several days of Jast week, with a severe cold. Prof-R. Moss, of Little Bock, James Robert, the l),ttle sorf of Mr. Ark., spent a portion of last week with and Mrs. Ray Conover, is quite sick his manyColumbia friends. with pneumonia, at the home of his s Larry, theHttle son of Mr. and grandfather, Mr." A" R Feese, Cane Barge r, was quite sick several "Valley. His parents are with him. days of last week. Miss Bertha Watson and Mr. Mr. Ray Conover spent a few days in Campbellsvllle, Hubert Woolridge, Loiisville last week, spent Sunday with Miss Bonnie Judd Miss Jennye ,McFarland came in Mr. Hubert WooMdge, CampbellsChristmas Eve, and will be at home vllle, spent Tuesday and Friday in about ten dayfc, mingling with her ' Mr. R. Mrs.-Ore- many friends. W. D. Jones, who is Columbia. ; Mrs. A. H. Ballard is spending a few a senior land weeks with her husband, Camp Knox, appraiser for the government, spent Ky. last week with his wife and son, this place.' Mrs. Lizzie Grissom, who is tempo- Mrs. W. L. Miller and daughter, rarily located at Hopkinsville, came Miss Edna Miller, of Grand Junction, home for Christmas. Miss Frances E Conover will leave Colo., and Mr. W. O. Feese and son, Jack, of Woodward, Okla , are visiting Friday morning for Stone, Ky. where their parpnls, Mr. and Mrs A. R. she is teaching in the High School Susie Montgomery Deft t By virture of a judgment audfuMer of sale of Adair Circuit Court rpmiVl edatthe November Term, 1919. in the above cause, for tin- - .yns of $77.66 with six per cent inert s&, ' thereon from Oct. 31, 1911 and &.QW, , with six per cent. Int.tberon from J m" 4tli, 1912, and 83.70 and 1 20 wiii, m- teresr thereon from the 28th d.u tut Feb 1913, and $52 95 costs herein. iM shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia Ky., ttf the highest bidder, at Public A uetibn on Monday the 5th day of Jan lfit), , at One o'clock p. m or theia-iu'ii(being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following aVscribetf property to wit: A certain house audk lot, which Is situated in the Town of Columbia, Adair County, Ky r and Is5 , bounded and desoribed aa lollo , Thirty yards wide upon the front an ' twenty-nin- e yards wide upon the baefc K and Is Lot No. 6 as laid down on pit No. 2 Page 644 of Deed Book No. 2 of s, the Office of the Clerk of Adair Ctnw ty Court, and is the same lot tit prepared to comply promptly with veyed to Susie Montgomery by ,S, Mj' " Tutt by Deed bearing date .August these terms auu xecurucu iu xieeu jbvoic W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. No. 28 Page 356 of said Clerk's Offie For the purchase price, the purchaser, Christmas. with approved surety or seeuriti- -, must execute Bond, bearing legal terest from day of sale until paid- a2? Chrl8trhs is drawing nigh, having tbe force and effect of a 5 'UJ And we need not sigh, ment Bidders will be prepare r to Stop a moment to pause comply promptly with these tern Where is old Santa Claus. Coffey Master Commissio.. Christmas is drawing nigh, A. And we need not cry, For chickens are to large to fry, For Sale. f And to high to buy. Turkey most delicious meaty , Eggs are to high to eat, One old style piano, in good, condi ly; The merchants will cheat, tion, will sell cheap. . ,, t On their candy nice and sweet. P.' Beard.' J. Baby says' "me sinks me hears f Santa comin wis hims deers " . Columbia, Ky.,Santa knows jnst where to go. , . i Because the watchman tells him so. Strayed, One black and white spot. Tne old year is passing swiftly by, While God guards with an allwise ted sow. She has raised pigs and wilJ ... eye, weigh over 200 pounds. The deeds we do in the by and by Braxton Massfer, Two little brothers, 9 2t Colombia, Kjr. Hestand andlJohn Bell. Ui-iyu- i f; -- hiii,, to-wi- t: t ', T z-- t, jii '.. 'fst s-- W. - t ' . ti -- n AM An Opportunity For The People of Adair to-Texas County. h " M . I m ffl Why send your money and Oklahoma oil fields, when Geologists and oil men assure us that there is oil , . under Adair County in Abundant Quantities "LETS MAKE THE. FORTUNE HERENOT IN" FOREIGN STATES." ; Put your money in our company at home, "THE TRICO OIL & REFINING COMPANY.1' :, "Organized and managed Jry Golumbiapeople, fothe sole purpose of developing Adair county . . --- v - . ; i i r'M ! ' ! m m m Your money will be spent for drilling and actual operating for oil, and not paid out in salaries and stock sales commissions. oil or leases sold by.the company you will be paid your entire money back, making your stock "FREE." Can you realize such a wonderful proposition, right at your own door? If we get oil as we hope, and have gooS reasons to believe we will, a small investment now will make you a fortune. Out of the.first m m m SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS soon as we have, raised not less than $6,000.- i TO-DA- Y, as we want to start drilling, at once and this will be done as t . r , - - : ft m well is not raised, then all subscriptions will be returned. Remember7we obligate ourselves to drill you a or an oil well or return your money, as no salaries will " " he paid any one until we have OIL m PAYING QUANTITIES. : r If the amount necessary. to complete a test dry-hole- y ' r X SUBSCRIPTION ,f1 . . ' ; ; ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 'jv TRICO OIL & REFINING COMPANY . v -- TRICO OIL & REFINING -- CO., ' Incorporated . r COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY , j'.j ."i I Capital' Stock, $100,000.00 r Shares, Par Value, $1.00 shares of the Capital Stock of J INCORPORATED. $19. TRICO OIL & REFINING CO., hereby subscribe for :i4 ' v . COLUMBIA, fill in.for the KENTUCKY; and agree to pay therefor the sum of $1.00 per share, and tender herewith $ . . . . .? .'.'.. A said stock to be delivered to me when ' for. d . . power to alter this subscription in any particulaVor to. make any 'representation orther than contained JtSSk & S1 n1 uicjciuic tn. tli rrmtgA frvrm a4,u KA..... f.. ZA ...w .....v-- .v.u , ij luiuisueu ncrewiui. fully-pai- I Cut-ou- t, s numberof shares' you , v 1 . wanf and mail to" JOHN W: FLQWERS, Treasurer,- t Columbia, Kentucky. Subscription taken by " rjf r . v . Subscriber. v llM " v t Address - COLUMBIA, - - - - KENTUCKY. u V MRlRRMffRRMlRlKlMRKMnRlMMMflnmM -v y- -i Pi - 4 'I; Q ,.- - 5 v- - - 'r v - . JV' II , " - '" 'fc-- 4 CHINESE WOMEN XDAIR COUNTY NEWS "Home, Sweet Home" Has Never Been Translated - Into FweignLanguag ,- SETTER PROVISION - $Si n $3.7-- 5 e $ fi$ &;SK STUDYJlEAt "Home, Sweet heart-touchin-g Heae," one of moet and popular songs ever PROMISED PASTORS written; orfe which, it would seem, would make aa appeal to all mankind, 3feree Doctors Return From has never been satisfactorily transBAPTIST 75 M.ILLIQN CVMPAIGN America to Begin Active Health lated Into any foreign language, for WILL RAISE BIG SUM FOR the simple reason that In no other lari Campaign Among Women. RETIRED MINISTERS. guage is there a word expressing the ideas and associations which are aroused by the simple English word COMBINE "homej AGENCIES ALL CARE FOR THE WIDOWS, TOO The'ltallan and Spanish "casa," the American Y. W. C. A. Will Support German "haus" toand the Russian "doma" all refer a building of some Total of $5,000,000 Included On ProWMnen's Part of Chinese Health ' kind, and have none of the associations gram For This Purpose Insurwhich cluster round the precious Campaign as Part of World English word. The German "helm" is ance Feature Also Included. Service Program. too general to have any particular value. Aa a result of the Y. W. O. A. A .Frenchman once translated the hymn "Lead, Kindly Light," and in Conference of Women hjs hands the beautiful line "The night held during" September and Chinese women are to have n is dark, and I am far from home" "La nuit est sombre, et health program. loin de mon foyer," he having been and Dr. Dr. Ida Kahn, Dr. LI u the French Das, three of China's half hundred obliged to use for "home"greenroom of word which describes the women physicians, who attended tills a theater. Just where "home" is has often been "the subject for legal dispute, and it ,' ' has been generally held that it de pends entirely upon the circumstances! under which the word was used it may be a country, a region, a city or a house. ''v' B' Inter-raaUoo-al Phy-jieian- The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. - 3 Ply $2.75 . 1 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID 3 Pfy 2 Ply $3.I0 Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. s. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc s, r, ecame je-su- iar-reachl- ng ls Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE Bi-C- and Rugs FANCY GROCERIE. Ett-K.'i&i- r -' ys$;'"i-Ki'ntStfii- :- HC& iHbz x y JH mHc JKt . TBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBam furniture, Carpets, and Druggets. Acr i "bbbbbbbbbVc v V v' oIbbbbbbbbbbbW 'laaaBBBBBK K ?- i ' x w' 'vt Mother's Cook Book. Durins the years In which we live, lite will never be again as leisurely and carefree as it has been. The magnitude and Importance of the problems of reconstruc- aaaaaaaaaMlKaWf H&3aaBnlr v. pMtf iiMr BuLk i H : , e$s?& Kitchen Tabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass Bedpteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. REV. J. M. RUSSELL Typical Retired Minister. tion of tho world's torn mental and ma terial fabric are too great for genial tol eration in tho future, aa in the past, of the mental shirk or tho spendthrift of time, and there will be no such tolera tion. President Hopkins, Dartmouth Food for Young Children. A little child who is carefully fed, receives each day at least one food IR IDA KAHN URGES CHINESE WOMEN TO WORK. conference, are to take an active part la. promoting this health program for women which will be the share of the 2. W. C. A, In the big health move--- ment in China. The funds for establishing these iieslth centers, for demonstrations of low to care for babies, for health lectures for the women, for babies' and for a general educational campaign, will be raised by the American' 1. W. C. A. as part of its program of world service 'for women 5 girls In 1920. T Dr. Ida Kahn, In a recent' appeal to sodern Chinese women said, "Let our women of education in Peking and elsewhere gather themselves together to work for the schools, Bed Cross and X W. C A., and everything else which bespeaks the betterment of the country. Instead of staying at home to play poker and 'sparrow,' and going out to attend endless dinners, tea parties and fiances. "Let us rally our forces and help the dip of state to move safely. One per-secannot accomplish much, but one or two hundred millions of women can work wonders. Let us go back to a simplicity of living !xnore Spartan-lik- e and let us build up social service until every city In China Is sanitary, every section of the town has Its proper schools, and every child, whether boy or girl, Is seht to such schools. True Focial service brings democracy In Its citjzens of a train, and we who-ar- e sew republic can help to make it truly great by preaching and living democ-xacall the time. Why not learn to do our household duties, deeming it effeminate to be waited upon by maids and slave girls all the time? "The status of women In China, while leaving much to be desired, still 1m quite hopeful when we consider giat she Is just emerging into the sisterhood of the nations. Our men can .depend upon us to bear the burdens of the day, for nowhere Is there a more fedustrious, diligent and persevering veeanbood than in China." ifr. Kahn Is lecturing In this country on the needs of her fellow country women, in the Interests of the Y. W. Q. A. Educational Campaign which plans to acquaint people with all phases of Y. W. C. A. work in the United States, South America; China, Gulf Japan, India and Europe. This educa-tieaa y two-thirds from each of the following groups: Milk, or dishes made of milk; fish, poultry, and .eggs. Bread and other cereal "foods. Butter and other wholesome fats. Vegetables and fruits. Simple sweets. Milk, the natural food for the child, Is the most Important A quart of milk a day Is the usual required allowance. The greater part of this Is given as a drink or oh cereals, or with bread, as bread and milk. Milk is served on fruits that are mildly acid, such as pears, baked apMilk is used in ples and berries. soups, custards, Junkets and in the place of water for gruels and cereals. Compared with otherN foods milk contains much lime but little iron. For this reason egg yolk is always a much needed food to supply the iron. Spinach Is also rich In Iron. Milk, besides Its other good properties, contains a substance which promotes growth. There is apparently no food which can serve 50 well as a basis for the diet of the healthy child. Bread and milk may well be the chief, if not the only dish, in the supper for little children. If the milk Is not rich, spread the bread with butter. Bread should be at least twenty-fou- r hours old. Toast or crackers may be served occasionally. Cereals well coofied to soften the fiber, make especially good breakfast dishes as well as desserts. Cereals may be cooked in skim milk, thus giving the child the additional nourishment of the milk which Is as good as whole milk if a bit of butter Is added. Rice baked in a slow .oven will absorb six times its volume of skim milk. With a few raisins and a bit of sugar this makes an ideal dessert. Other than fresh milk, such as .condensed, evaporated or powdered milk should never be used for children when it is possible to get the fresh milk. Another way to serve milk to chil dren Is in milk soups. The following is a good recipe which may be varied with any thoroughly cooked and riced vegetable: Take two cupfuls of milk, one tablespoonful each of flour and butter well mixed, a little salt and of a cupful of mashed vegetable. Cook until smooth and not too thick. It may be thinned K a starchy vegetable is. used. Stream Increases - al passes outside the Caribbean islands They Carried Y, W. C. A. Campaign and the Bahamas. The surface temperature of this outside current Is "Over the fc"op." Mach has been said about the hon- about the same in its passage along esty and skill of the Chinese business the West Indian islands as the gulf: but the Straits ma. Theworld has neglected to aaen-ik- stream inviolent in Its of Florida, and movements, the financial ability of Chinese it Is less -weraen. They proved this ability In there is less Intermingling of its upthe last financial campaign of the Y. per and lower waters, so that it arrives off Cape Hatteras with a much TTVC A. In Tientsin. Ordinarily three weeks are allowed higher temperature than that of the more tursalent gulf streaa. which to raise the budget by after the finance committee kM decided apes the ssm necessary What Sfncwity 1$., 4!carry oa'the werk of the coeing juar. "She Tientsin campaign was car--Sincerity is to speak-awe tMak, te M eetlrsly by Cfcineoe wmmd asd do as we 'pretend asd prof see, to per au records by gUgT ?". forJii'&BdlMie gooA Jajeaffcqra wid a k aa Mally-t-b wat. wettMseeaa, asd appear te be. TUlotsea. m sob-erSpti- campaign will be followed by .'active effort to raise the $3,000,000 aa The gulf stream would be little felt Beeted for service for women through-ve- t on the coast of Europe did It not rethe world. ceive a great addition to its volume of heat when en route. This Is by . CHINESE WOMEN HAVE means of a gentle flow from the FINANCIAL ABILITY. northeast trade wind current that in Volume of Heat En Route ' While the salaries paid tha mini ters of Baptist, aa wsll a other churches in the South, have been far too small in the past t enable them to lay aside a competency for old age. a long step in remedying this situation Is promised in tiie Baptist 75 Millio.i Campaign, which proposes to raise $2,500,000 for the relief of aged ministers during tha next five years, anJ then bring this sum up to $5,000,000 during the two years immediately following the campaign. Looking to tho adequate care of hundreds of aged Baptist ministers and ministers' widows in the ranks of the Southerh Baptist Convention who arn now in need of financial assisianco, this body, at a recent session, authorized the creation of the Relief and Annuity Board of Dallas, Texas, with Dr. William Lunsford as correspond ing secretary. Heretofore the average annual salary of Baptist ministers in the South has been less than $500, meaning the a large number of preachers received considerably less than that sum, mak-knit necessary that they engage ir other occupations during the week In order to support themselves and their families, and .rendering it practical!) Impossible for them to lay aside ant njeney as a support for their old age The establishment of the Relief anc Aunuity Board and the decision to taise $5 000,000 during the next seve: rears for the relief of the aged miair ters already In need of assistance anc the more adequate care of the met who hereafter give their lives to thi Christian ministry without an oppor tnnity to save up a competency to t'dt them through sickness or care for them in their declining daysT has me. with a cordial reception at the hands of Southern Baptists, and it Is be lived the provision of better ' treat-mea- t for the ministers In their retire ment will not only tend to oause young men to look with greater favor upoii the ministry as a life work, but wil) bring the members of local congrega frons generally to see the need of pac ing pastors more adequate salaries he tore these pastors hecorae old and helpless. B? the addition of an annuity feat-seit is possible for retired ministers to recejve an annuity of $500 after they have reached the age of 68, and provided they have been in the minis thirty years. Tor If they have served less than 30 years, the annuity Is reduced by a certain proportion To participate in this annuity a min 'ster must make monthly, .quarterly sr annual payments sufficient to bring In an income of $100 per year when oa the principle of regular life Insurance, while this is supplemented b7 $400 provided by the denomination A minister's participation in the fl aulty fund is in addition to his claims ' cpen the relief fund. it the minister is disabled at anj nne after Joining the annuity fund he will receive a certain annuity throughout the period of disability. x If he dies his widow will receive an an unity of 60" per cent of what would tave gone te her husband as long, as be lives, and. should, the widow die her annuity will be divided among minor chil'drenuntil they become ielf tlapportlHg- marry or reach' tha age g e - Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept "Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. f ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. Come in and see it. . WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Residence Pbone 13 B . Business Phone 1 EVERYTHING IN OR; J. N. MURRELL DENTISTf Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BTdp up Stairs. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Columbia, - Kentucky St el Fence Posts DEMLEP BROS. CO Incornorated L. Office H. Jones I Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist , Special attention given ElserseBofa Domestic Animals 116 Caat Maiket Streer Between first and Brock Louisville, Ky. at Residence, l mile of town, on Jamestown road. J'honelHQ. Columbia, Ky. AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAlRland ADJOINING COUNTIES I I I - wjr. PRICE SURETY BONDS Fro R INSURANCE. , LIFE . INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES " I f CQ1 LMBIA, KENTUCKY. - J. MrWOLFORD, CASEY CREEK.5KY. 4Nfefc3& ' S 4SxiSx$ ;; e& X I 3sA.ospa "AvaojU, Columbia Barber Shop A i 4l s Jr whate?prsf The", board has received an endow jrtenl of $100,00 from tke Baptiet Sun vJay School Beard, at Nashville' net ia Jaded ia the 7 Million Campaign, "tadthls sum will he'airlded eqaallj )twen the relief aad aaaurry depart' iBS favojq J80 BO OSO) l.tm nojt 'own tpnt jo spaip umj psAjipj hi 'P'S t1unH 'FTl8 t)tnatjB3j) jstpo awn W 'qaji'tojoMlajH : AINOH Sanitary Shop, whero both Satisfaction'and Gratification are Guaranteed. - -- Give us - a Trial and i be; Convinced: ,tiG work ikmedKtely WeUWici te air4y eehsgr.tiyen to. we acedjoeijt Vrters aad- Ministers' widow. - MMtaTTliis aWWth - XL :: v baud' to "to- Sold" by.PauRvDrug Compaay. J - a& '? . r .1 v? ' i.- - . ' - ' " i&fiJ!--- ' . i. P , r T . m- - y. y r-:i-- -- ,riJ . . ", - ii- - 'jOt-- j Hv fjjj. T :& c,- - v 4. t.. .DAJRifrOUN-T-- M 3 tA.-sm-;ErV:Wvj SBfe Army Overcoats Dyed LACK, DARK BLUE OR BROWN OUR SERVICE Primitive Race of Head Hunters Displayed Art 7 in Preserving Trophies A very primitive race are the Jivaros Tndians of Ecuador.- They and the Mundrucus tribe of northern central Brazil have long been known as modern head hunters. Although the practice Is now forbidden by their governments, it is said that it still persists. The Ecuador Indians counted human heads among their war trophies, and to win the heart of a maiden of the tribe it was necessary for the suitor. to prove his skill for war bringing to the father of his favorite maiden one or more enemy heads. The Jivaros lave a process of taking such a head and shrinking it until It Is no larger than an average doll's head. It is then mounted on a short stick and carried In triumph by the warrior. The head with part of the heck is severed from the body. A cut is made from the base of the skull down, through the skin of the neck. The'benes are carefully removed and the shrinking process begins. A number of hot stones are put into the skin, which is 'constantly turned to bring them in contact with all parts of it. It is said that the process sometimes continues two weeks before the head is reduced to the desired size. In some places a single stone, nearly the size of the head. Is first used, then a smaller one and so on until the - 'HMk PW ' III Vj yMSffS r?W A'BSSSaPjsjM7BsBsy Sv tk ammuT f!"-- . - t . - WILL SAVE YOU 530X10 & DYERS, Inc. SWISS CLEANERSKENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, iHHHHMlHHMBMiiBllMllBBBH . SwMf Wa Parcel Peat ISraaSSl iVPi ""Sr BaejiisS gggg -- s 9 8 AUTOMOBILE LINE GoHimDia and Gampbellsviile Maf Car Fortf Car 9 zm vTv-M 8 B r. A TIt V JtW-- I &-5- 0 Round T"P' $2-7$2.00 Round Trip. $3.50 5 . - Special Attention to Traveling Men 8 S 8 8 8 8 8 On account of the License Fee of $50.00. the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to "raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: -- yi uvll3Ji ct rette revelation supply cigarette contentment beyond anything experienced I You never tasted such mellow-mildne; such refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a ciga- CAMELS full-bodi- ed ?fr:j r' :.'.-?-- ss I ' Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. phones- :- & W. E. NOE. - oeoeoooooBooooo' work is completed. Cords are gen- h' HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes nfJOe.ntal I wnrk'done. Crow dfte and Inlay work a Specialty b O fl AH Work Guaranteed : ir d ) )i" bo 0')". offioe. 8- AS THE DAY BREAKS t T t pray you what Is asleep? The lily pads, and riffles and the reede; No longer Inward do the waters creep. No longer outwardly their force recedes. The windowed Night, In blackness wide and deep, Resumes her weeds. 1 what's awake? A host of stars, the long, long milky way That stretches out, a glistening silver r nrav vou. I ray. And myriad reflections on the lake lay. Where star-glea- flake. All glorious beneath the moon's cold I pray you, what's astir? erally attached to the lips, and one Is run through the top of the head to" suspend it"by. The cut in the back of The East's broad gates are yet a dusky the jieck is sewed up and the trophy is complete. blur. s twinkle In fair I.una'8 And crown, And minor chords of walUng winds that Brazil's Richest Mineral were Zone in Heart of Republic Die slowly down. in State of Minas Geraes t pray you what's o'clock? d Nay, who shall answer that but dawn? The richest mineral zone of Brazil' See how from out the shadows looms yon lies in the heart of the republic, in the rock, throughUke some great figure on a canvas state of Minas Geraes. But out the central and northwestern provdrawn; And heard you not the crowing of the inces there abounds a wealth of gold, cock? silver, iron, manganese, diamonds and The night Is gone. other precious stones, says the ScienErnest McGaffey. tific American. At the present time, however, only a small portion of the Ducks and Birds Can Fly valuable beds of mineral is being From Surface of the Water worked. Doubtless existing unsatisfactory mining laws, as well as lack of Canvas-bacducks, fuel and transportation facilities, are and which are very quick of movement, responsible for this condition. Pracafter deep diving are capable of taking tically the only deposits being exploitflight immediately- upon coming to the ed at the present time are those of surface of the water. They do not manganese situated near the railroads. spring directly upward Into the air, The largest of these is the Mina do but fly at first at an angle until they Morro, which played a prominent part reach the desired elevation. Surface-feedin- g in American life during the war, large wild fowl, like" the black duck, quantities of this mineral being repintail and teal, fly directly upward quired in the manufacture of steel. from the surface of the water If the Over a road ballasted with the valuemergency demands it able manganese ore, the train bearing the visitor climbs to the top of a mountain of manganese, where the actual Welsh Coal. process of mining is carried out in the open air. This appears to consist vt Welsh coal wasn't used outside of literally nothing else than the digging ".Vales a century ago. The first shipor dynamiting off of a hillside and the load bought for London cost $1 a ton carting away of the fragments. and was sold for $4.50. star-gemgray-stolek red-hea- d - Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so mony ways I Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e or unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste ! You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes Camels so attractive. Smokers real ize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price ! W aw SSbbmIIbbKHP wyfU-res- v ni Camels are sold everywhere in adentiRcally sealed packages of 20 cigarettes or ten packages 200 cigarettes') in a glassine-papecovered carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel. r. R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-SaleN. C a BBBBBBBc9jtBBlBBBBBflQiC3BR9rBBBKA tft'JT For Sale. Campaign Against Dust Blasts Prepared by One old style piano, in good condi- U.S. Department of Agncultare tion, will sell cheap. Also one goedCS violin. J. P. Bear- dColumbia, Ky.c . st One of the worst enemies of all grain interests the grain-duexplosion has reappeared so menacingly in recent months that the bureau of chemistry of the United States department of agriculture, backed by the United States Grain corporation has stripped for action, determined to fight to a finish this monster whose middle name is Carelessness. In a number of cities where grain, is handled special meetings are being held under the auspices of the msvw For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or drugs in is composed Cardui. It only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad habit-formi- ng Why, naught but rustling leaves, dry, ertainteed I -- x i l' Certain-tee- d Certain-tee- d renders a war service. wWZaaaaWlBBXBwBmX I Destruction of a Mill Caused by a Du&t Explosion. United States dep'artment of agriculture and United States Grain corporation, .small-scal- e demonstration explosions, and addresses on the grain-dus- t menace-ar- e being given. An effort is made to get every man interested in grain handling to attend this' meeting as well as representatives of fire insurance companies and the authorities of state and city fire departments. The meetings are open to the at which motion pictures of explosions, actual i ' after-effec- ts. n M 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 PyUBfft BSBBaBBS' t TAKE compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certcin-tee- d saves war labor It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correcdy. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d " Xtf as proved by its enormous tale. Jt is now the standard roof x pnblic. One of the startling facts brought out at the meetings, showing the need of greater vjsilance in the matter of explosion prevention, Is that five terrific grain blasts have occurred since last May, causing a loss of 70 lives and property valued at .$6,000,000, besides large storesof- - grain. This record is in marked contrast to that of the jrar period, when,fort20 months no explosions occurred, showing that these blasts are preventable when proper precautions CARDUI The Womb's Tonic You can rely on CardaL Surely it will do for yoa what it has done for so many thousaads of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Ya. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered arouad. I read of Cardai, aad after taking oae bottle, or before taking quite an, I fek much better. I took 3 or 4 bottler at that time, aad was able to do my work. I take it la are taken. - . ' $8J f&ciories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc fmfmdjl& wwNSM0k C r 1 fcfijv Guaranteed 5. 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Products Corporation Paints VarnUhes Roofing BBBBsBBb Offices & Warehouses is Principal Cities of Aaeriet M&aafactsrers of Certain-tee- d Farm Implements, .lard ware, Paints, Bicycles,- - Sporting Good S. M. SANDERS GAMPBELLSVILLE, ' '. as if they thought every man was a gay Lothario." ' - - The Esthetic JudgcC - Vi i I'That's' a- serious mistake. ,The lacks "both the price and the ""That doctor can't reset mjr broken, the Incom- nerve to be a ,gay Lothario." nose by himself," declared parable movie actress.' A New Bird. "But he's a competent surgeon." has become of the frigate must have a sculptor "What "No matter. I bird?" present" "Djunno. I think --I saw an automoGMd Point. bile "bird yesterday." His "Papa," said the "What d'ye mean, auteoblle bird?" "Anyhow, it was hoakiBg.' HtUe boy, "has the deyil got a. tAliy Some folks say Plwnt News. ,rAlgy, I hope so," 'answered the yoa are not raar- father. "GFeel sT That .ryisg nw for mj money."would be.Bteel' -- SMILES FOR ALL J "Some of these elderly spinsters act The Plain Facts. i V, ," A ... ok A Z f A z . a. the spring wkea I had no. appetite, aaa-- I commesced eatiaf . It is the beet toafclmr rw-dow- saw.." TryCardta. " wayt'. :-v 'INice? Aaji ' " KB-NWGJfey-.-.vv" .u-wsci- Bl . ms . rs'-1 -r ' i.ssWlMS9BsMrtBBsBBsm9BM ..frM pull aim ti it to' ate. UtQ "Becaws h eak tnoait." WLH. Perisk th AM Drafgkts - BBJjjBBJiBJ VfBBBV c Vc ?: v"WPffl ' W 'B9 BBBl kVVVsSJ n -- ?W $ w&& vm. -- - ,4 I " $.!&&. J ' v -S - v? ; , -- , ; - &- - j .v M '- 8, ijKXjal.-Newsk- l if . rt THE ADAlR COUNTY NEWS. Jl V - -"? .- i Three gi Stvigs ftr Tke Thrifty flwisewhV ry few homes indeed do not feel the need of conomy-- of conservation. The raecegglty or making every penny ee fc touches the purse of practically evarr housewife. U Is doubtful if there is any single jirofeie employed as a food or in prepara fcio f.of food that demands more buying .wisdom than Baking Powder. . llaking Powder is the very basis of. baking. Upon its quality depends the "girsbess and economy of the bakings "!teniselves. v Calumet Baking powder enables the Jhpu'se-vifto make three worthwhile ' vings ti S ia saves when she buys it it is pio arate in price. S$Ue saves when she uses it you use only half as much of Calumet as is of mott other powders r. She saves it is used wjtjh Calumet never permits bake day f ajjure. Any woman can use Calumet for any baking requiring leavening wifcji absolute certainty of best results delicious, tasty bakings that are Absolutely wholesome. Calumet star ds for greatest economy use and in results. Jti costf-lu is One of the most valuable aid-p- i r.lie command of the housewife in eduction of living costs Y e ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY." ) Lou Coomer etc Pltff. VS a r ) J. R. Stinsoo Deft. By virture of a 'Judgment and Or der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, 1919, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sate at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., "to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of Jan. 1920, at One o'clock pt.m.. or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months the foljowiug1 described property t: A certain tract of land' lying in Adair County, Ky , on the waters of West Fork creek, and containing 100 acres more or less, and adjoins the lands of J. R. Froedge, J. to-wi- t4f y SUBSCRIBE FOR -- , .;. Bi ADAIR COUNTY NEWS b , W. Simpson, T. M. Gibson, Elmore Smith, Dick Bakerand A. C. Froedgfr materials For more complete description refer-ecc- e is made to the judgment, plead-ing- B and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, muBt execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will , ba prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner COMMISSIONER'S SALE. FOR 1920. V IW ---. U -- I aft&tirm ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT , OF KENTUCKY. Nancy J. Simpson etc Pitff ) vs v It will be Presidential year and ; n ) J. A Stavton etc Deft. By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale, of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Not. Term, thereof, 1919, in the above cause, I shall proCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. ceed to offer foe sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY Monday the 5th day of Tan 1920, at One o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being ) d W. Dillon etc Pltff J. County Court), upon a credit of six vs Ji'jbert Breeding etc Deft) month the following described prop By virture of a Judgment and Or- erty to wit: A certain tract of land der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, lying in Adair Cotfnty, Ky., on the rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, waters of'Casey and Mills Creek, be1019, in the above cause, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the Court--h ginning on a hickory and two poplars. )use door in Columbia, Ky to the John Stayton's corner, thence with highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Mrs. Cox's line N 104 poles'to a white Wondaj the 5th day of Jan., 1920, at oak and beech and'maple on a ridge, O.-so'clock p. m , or thereabout (be-- ii County Court), upon a credit of thence N 44 poles to a white oak and itt ''nonths t: the following described small hickory, thence N 56 W 27 poles property A certain tract of la nil lying in Adair County, Ky., near to a hickory and small black oak, Brvdlng, ard bounded and described thenca W 45 poles to two small chestes f jllo ws: O t the Nort h by the lands nut trees, thence S 142 poles to two ; on the East by of Robert t elands o' A. C. Frodge; on the sugar fcrees'and a dogwood, thence E South by the lauds of G. B. Breeding; 105 poles to a poplar, sourwood and on the West by the lands of Bob Rov-te- , containing about li acres, and small hickory in John Staytoo's line, being all land included in and now be-i- thence with said line N 19 poles to use i as or in connection with beginning, containing 100 acres i i Kil house lot. For the purchase the 8 price, the purchaser, with approved more or less. For the purchase price, surety or securities, rdust execute the purchaser, with approved surety Bond, be iriug legal interest from day must execute Bond, of sale u.itii paid and having the force or securities, and, effect of a Judgment. Bidders bearing legal interest from the day of ,wUl bo prepircd to comply promptly sale until paid and having the, force with these terms. and effect of a Judgment. . W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Bidders e to-wi- Events will Come Fast, 7r x--t" ' NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT A MJk . ITS COUNTY PAPER ! Bret-ding- s n -- Send us your Job Work. It i - a ( '? QjarielyMeeting. Quartely will be prepared, to comply promptly with these terma. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. Golumbia, will be done Promptly. .v ii Meetings, -- Jjfcrict, M. E. church, South, second ProgramFor Week Of Prayer. ' ?f4 - " Jan, 4 9, 1920. Sunday Evening Jan, 4 Methodist Subject: The c h u r.c h, f Uussell Springs, at Russell Springs, Church, " Awakened by Her NeT Opportunities .3an., 4 5. Kenox, Sugar Grove, Jan., 1011. Speakers: Eldf. T. Williams and , Burkesville, Burkes ville, January, Judge H. d. BaW. Monday Evening, Jan., 5VPresbj-terla- n church. Subject: The church , Feytons jurg, Guthries chapel, Jan. Awakened by the Rediscovery of the . . fiH5- Hear Creek. Palestine, .January, Reality and Powers of Prayers. Speak . ers: Horace J e ff r i s and R. V, 1718. Bennett. ,tl Clinton, at Five Springs, January, 19 Maupin, JJahuary, 20 "Albany, at Tuesday evening Jan., 6, Christian Greensburg, January, church. Subject: The c h u rro ' r" Awakened by a Vision of the World's' .jgjgp ' . " -- : Needs. Speakers: Rev. B. T. Watson .SSwnmersviile, Poplar Crove, Jan. ". : tjt . 7 .j Jamestown, at Jamestown, Jan., a? f, S The dwelling house and its contents 5of Robert Bell, who lived between Gadberry and Fairplay, were consumed by fire last Monday afternoon. Mrs Bell was outside the building, OeaviDg her little Igirl in the family room. The child evidently got to punching the fire, the blaze running o combustlies. and in a few minutes fthe whole house was afire. The child escaped. - 7- -- Methodist thisyear and. welcome mm DacK Grady ville, Grady vijie, February, phurch Subject jrT h e c h ur c h x Awakened by a Revlval-o- f Family Re- - tiextyear. J4-- 15 Jigion, Speakers: Rev. F. J. Barger Mr. Ben Yarberry was with us T. J.-- Wade, P. E and Mrs. ZT, Williams. one day last week. Friday evening. Jan., 9, Presby. Martin. Rowe was in this part Deitruat Egypt. terian church. Subject: The church last week collecting taxes. Awakened by the Call for Workers.-Speakers- : Mabel and Carl Curry returned Rev. T. J. Wade and Rev,, morning Miss Clara "' to their homa last weeX 'bJcher, about thirteen years old, a W. T. May. R. "WBennetk-Se-o ,. Tom "Mow moved toJJradyvUte '" of Mr, nd Mrs Claud Hatch- . .r, 4led near Egypt, this county. She Along letter, u the nature of last week. was a vlotiMof pneumoaia, and was greetiBgi, came in from Mr. C. S HarCharley Harneaa quit his school days. She was a popu- - ris Meeday aorainr, .too late for . slcv twtVlew this on tto account of mwwl&e. ". '. Ur rMPf fW' her fwMral was mmm. It will appear next week, the' J. J. Go.wtM k- putting 8 "Blst-Tuesday .Mr..li v'4,X,le7i CVlay, ' Pierce Hour's chapel. ..January, si red., l. , jJCKects. aimsview, jfeDruary, 78 ebru fv -28 ii '' - ' t , k ; and Rev.-- Elmer Ashby. 7? - j Wednesday evening, Jan , 7, Baptist (n " Measles is trjfck arifind here. - T h.e c h u r cji,, church. Subject: .v.. Call for Co- H JLUB BUUUUJwaca ,vu,-Awakened by the-Neoperation. Speakers. Rev. J. L. Ve are aprro w to give Mr. Wooten ef: I t-- l MnrreJl andGr R. deed: Thursday evening Jan., - -- . p he h&B made us a good teacher '- ahter , Irt tae of tb Uncle - New Ywu:. 1 is Agtirt mliUt jua aaet . Jb. tbe tract of : Someday, bojsaud girls, your moth COMMISSIONER'S SALE. land he recently purchased of Burton er and 1 father will leave you behind to Yates, which is a pare of the boundary go to a better home. That parting is ADAIR QIRCUIT COURT which was o,wned by Mr. Holladay's always heart breaking and sad for you, OF KENTUCKY father, on Jamestownroad, Tour miles butthesharbedcre'will-b- e taken off zr. t if you have no regrets Lena M. Paull & others jPltff ) out, to Austin Ky, for $vgw There altera while vs are ninety-tw- o ajffr tract. about tbe respect and love you have Letltla Pauil & others Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment and Orgiven them. Only when youj are lader of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, Phelps Bros, shipped a car load of thers and mothers yourselves can you rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, hogs to the Louisville market last realize the deep happiness your little 1919, in the above cause, I shall pro-week. They pa'd 12 cents for the kiudly give them, or how great is ceed to offer for sale at the Courtacts tops their sorrow when you forget and neg house door in Columbia Kentucky 'to -'" leot them Don't grow so accustomed the highest bidder, at Public Aoctieo, on'ndkyh(5thdayof Jan., lfJtO, i to them that jou'.xreat them like akOne o'clej m., or thereabout pieces of furniture, made merely lor bineJuSt'Court) upon a credifcjof your comfort and use. Love and cher-is- h sixnwnthSf tMeJ following descrii&i A certain tractSor them, for some day their going property will leave a terrible void in your-hear- t parcel of land lying in the corporate and the wound will be more easily limits of the town of Columbiaia healed if you can lookback and remem- the road leading out of said TowTto ber different times when you have giv- the Jamestown road and is described r track, the old en them jjy and pleasure. In the MaHe in &e60-:ncby meets and bouads in Deed Book 9 Southerrf&tandard, which, fits your no matter what the Page 95 of tbe Adair County Cowrt hay frames, ivagori beds and the track of Southern country roads. for their parents, it doesn't Clerk's Office, and contains aboat mm eveu pay the interest on the debt of asre more or less. For the parehM love and sacrifice which they owe price, the purchaser, with apprefl them Contributor to Lebanon En- - surety or securities, most sjcooaf terprise. Bond, bearing legal interest frMa tlM "Stronz Where tke Strala Cobms1 day of sale until paid and havief the 'Are made to stand the heavy strain Mr. jVJT. Burton, 73 years old force and effect of a Judfet. BM. of grinding farm and plantation died recently at Purdy, this county. service. Built 20 per cent oversize ders will be prepared te oosply " - Chroughouti and heavily ironed. r or auto trade. Also made (Wednesday) write it ly with these terma. After W. A. Cf yJMaeUr 1920. -- . H. M. Holladay sold f- - j to-wi- t. WideTrack h. t ehii-ifren- dd 1 -i 58-inc- h, to-da- y iMWnc,hnmiwa,Ki f. T0" J ) -- . -- Vr- i v .