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The Adair County news: February 4, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920020401_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: February 4, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $- -; fm&& Ahmt (&mtntn $znt VOLUME XXIII COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Well 2:'V t v 3, 1920. Machine Gin-Draw- NUMBER 15. Another Sid Death. Last week we recorded the sudden and distressing death at Campbells- vllle of Eev. S. G. Shelley, and this " week we are called upon to write the ,. demise of his sister-in-lawhich in the same home as did the occurred w, . a-fe- Pleased With Texas. SOCIETY NOTES. Accept Our Thaiks. ing Card. Future Oil Supply. Excerpts from an editorial appear Ing in a late issue of the Oil City Dec-ri- ck, Oil City, Pa., show that Gaorg Otis Smith, Director of the TJnitef States Geological Survey, in a papee which la to be read at the February meeting of the American Institute of. Mining and Metallurgical Engineers,, calls attention to the fact that the consumption of crude oil Is rapidly increasing, and that additional heavy demands will be made upon the sup ply with the advent of an American merchant marine. Drastic action, h says, must be taken to assure the United States oil supply, either by conserving the supply in this country againist foreign encroachment cr by encouraging American capital to enter foreign fields to assist in their development. He further says that using mors d than of a billion barrels of oil a year we are drawing not only from the underground pools, bub also? from storage, and both of these sap-plies are limited. In quoting the estimate of Mark: one-thir- - 4 , , pawing of Rev. Shelley, later. 'Mrs hours sister of Mell Bennett, who was a Mrs. Shelley, had come from Breckenridge county, to make her home with tier sister. While Rev. Shelly was very sick with pneumonia .Mrs. Bennett was taken with the same malady, and died in a few hours after friends had started to Breckenridge county with the remains of Rev. Shelley. A message of the death of Mrs. Bennett was sent to the funeral party, and a stop was made until the body of Mrg. Bennett could reach them, in order that the remains of the two could reach Bew-le- y ville at the same time. Mrs Bennett was about seventy years old and a fine Christian woman and a devout member of the Methodist Church. A lady in this town who was well acquainted with the deceased, says she was one of the best women she ever knew. Mrs. Shelly is bravely standing the double shock. Full of love for the God she worships, she takes her sorrow to Kim. Mr. J, W. Moran, of this county, recently returned from Whitewright, Texas, where he has three sons living.' Two j. Jef t here with only enough money to pay their railroad fare, but they have succeded remark- ably well hnthe Lone Star State Two of his sons have bought and paid for farma'nd have them well stocked. The other son is renting, but he has made and has on hand enough money to buy a good farm which he willydo later. Mr. Moran'saya that Texas is a wonderful State, that he met quite a number of former Kentuckians while there and that they were all in good shape and in a prosperous condition. Afternoon Tea. On Saturday afternoon last, Miss Victoria Hughes delightfully entertained at tea, in honor of feiss Mae Cornell, who was the week end guest' of her sister. Miss Elizabeth Cornell.. Tea,' Sandwiches and Cake were serv ed, after which the guests played cards and danced. The invited guests were: Mesdames W. J. Flowers, Edwin Cravens, Fred Hill; Misses Mae and Elizabeth Cornell, Maude Grif fith, Leonora Lowe, Edna Lewis. All present expressed themselves as hav ing spent a most delightful evening, and regretted only that the hours passed too rapidly. A Guest. The following persons have called or sent in their subscriptions since our last issue: . Judge Junius Hancock, Mrs. Media' Walker, Roy Walker, J. F. Reynolds, J. L. Walker, Z. T. Williams, Lawrence Williams, A. . O. Pulliam, Ira -- Grist Mill for Sate. i Public Sale. Four farms and Personal property, Tuesday, Feb. 10th, 10 a. m., 1920. At my farm i mile West of Russell Springs, on the Sano road, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following property: 12 stacks of hay; 30 bu. oats; 10 head of calves and yearlings; farming tools consisting of one wheat drill; one corn drill; 1 disc harrow; one mowing machine; one farm wagon, 2; 1 bupk-boar-d and harness; 1 telephone and stock; 1 organ, good as new; household and kitchen goods. 1 will also sell my farm where I live in three sepa rate tracts FIRST TRACT. -- Contains 13 acres with good 6 room house and good 40 x 44 ft. barn, also good outbuildings. SECOND TRACT. Contains about 50 acres, all good land, 30 acres in -- meadow, 10 acres in woodland, balance in corn last year, mostly level. THIRD TRACT.-Conta- ins about 45 acres, mostly cleared, some in grass, about 6 acres woodland. FOURTH TRACT. A farm about 2i miles east of Russell Springs, near Fairview Church, known as the Mat Popplewell farm, Tcontaining 110 acres; 75 acres in cultivation, balance In timber. This iarmiias a good house, good barn and other outbuildings; splendid orchard, well watered. Any one interested in buying a farm should look this land over before the day of sale Terms made known on day of sale. LUTHER BROCKMAN, Russell Springs, Ky- - For several weeks It has been noticed that a number of small, boys have been playing about the square and streets of this town during school hours. If they have not entered school their parents, .should at once enter them, If they.have entered and are playing "hookey" their parents should take them .home, give them a good spanking, ,and then see that they remain in school. There is a compulsory schoorjaw and it should be obeyed. horse oil engine, Fairbanks Morse make, good as On Tuesday evening last. Miss Vicnew. toria Hughes informally entertained H. T. Sherrill, a very select crowd of friends, at her Neatsburg, Ky. home on Burkesville Street. Delightful refreshments were served, con Better Than Expected. sisting of Brick Cream and Angel Cake. Those present were: Mr. W. R. Lyon, representing the Misses Leonora Lowe, Elizabeth Buchanan Lyon Compan, Campbells-ville- , Cornell, Mae Cornell, Maude Griffith, was in Columbia last Thursday. Victoria Hughes; Messrs Rollin CunHe informed The News that their diff, John D. Lowe, Jr., Horace Cun-dif- f, branch store at this place did a very Billy Cundiff, Dick Royse. satisfactory business during the year AH wish to express themselves over 1919, and the Company expected to and over again as having enjoyed the do a much larger business this year. affair immensely. He stated that the firm was A Guest. with the management here.-Halso informed us that his firm Sewing Party. would open a branch wholesale ihouse at Greensburg the first of March, and Mrs. C. M. Russell entertained a it would occupy the John A. Hobson number of friends at her home on business house, which is a large com Greensburg St , Wednesday Jan. 28. modious brick, on the public square. A delicious Buffet luccheon was servMr. Lyon evidently believes that 1920 ed at twelve o'clock. The following is going to be a good year for business. were present: Mesdames Nannie Louisville Herald, a few days Flowers, Gordon Montgomery, Geo. The. ago, contained this item: Dr. For- Stults, Joe Patteson, W. A. Coffey, rest Gabbert yesterday telegraphed A. D. Patteson, Barksdale Hamlett Louisville friends that he had closed a and Miss Minnie Triplets. deal for 165 acres of land in Wayne county. Ninety acres of the tract are situated nexc to the Cumberland Mrs. S. RayConover Entertained. River and Dr. Gabbert will build a On Friday evening, Jan. 30th, Mrs. summer home there. The acreage is S. R. Conover was hostess at a delocated in the famous limestone region and Dr. Gabbert plans an exten- lightful entertainment at her atsive development of his holdings. tractive home on Bomar Heights. A He will raise livestock and tobacco. delicious lunch was served, The folDr. Gabbert is a son of Dr Z. T. Gab- lowing ladies were present: MesMyers, A. . dames W. R. Myers, Fred bert, of Casey Creek, this county. D Patteson, W. B. Patteson, J. F. L M. Smith of T. A, Patteson, Eris Barger, Geo. Stults, Firkin, Cane Valley, the latter's Gordon Montgomery, S. P. Miller, O. store house, stock of goods, and dwell- P. Miller, J. P. Miller, Bruce Monting and he is now in possession. He gomery, B. E Rowe, Barksdale Hamalso bought the store-rooopposite lett, W. A. Coffey; Misses Bettie this property which Jwas owned by Cundiff, Mary D. Patteson, Willard Jake Bault, and will handle a gener Neat, Susan and Mary Miller. al line of merchandise and farming Lin D. Cartwright, Secretary of implements Mark Wilson purchased the blacksmith shop from Jake Bault. State Bible School work, will be at the Christian Church the second SunMiss Annie L.Branham, daughter day in February, 'morning and evenof J. H. Branham, Breeding, is some ing. He is a very entertaining speakwhat of a tobacco grower. She sold, er and will have a great message for on the Campbells ville market, last Sunday school teachers and pupils. Wednesday, 235 pounds of white Every body is invited ' to be present uurley. The higest basket brought at each meeting i her 296 per csvt, and the lowest $10.00. Wanted, Hams, old and new at The crop brought her $105.77. This Bennett & Bridge waters. was all grown by the girl. G 15-2well-pleased It has JTruck Burrs, Informal Entertainment. Branham, C. Tv Browning, U. .M. Grider, H. B. Garnett, Rollin Scott, J. W. Sublett, S G. Banks, R. H. Kinnaird, J. C. Browning, Bert Sexton, Alfred Murrell, Tyler Murrell, C. M. Hindman, Miss Ann Dohoney, I. K. Miller & Son, G. W. Hays, J. H. Breeding, Jacob 'C. Reece, W. C. Grider, Albert Bryant, R. E. Leach, G, B. Cheatham, B. B. Cravens, E. A. McKinley, Mrs. C. A. Thorpe, J. V. Willis, L E. Hayes, L. Y. Gabbert, Everett Murrell, Margaret Hatcher, W. I. Feese, R. 1. Arnold, R. H. Chewning, Mattie Powell, J. E. Coe, R. H. Harmon, L. M. Goode, S. J. Cabell, R. W. Shirley, Mrs. J. W. Townsend, T. S. Scott, J. C. Holladay, G R. Williams, Dr . G. T. Simpson, Garland Wetherford, H. J. Henson, K. W. Bell, Hamilton Owens. have six Jersey heifers for' sale. Will be fresh in a few weeks. 15t. Joe Barbee Death Near Craycraft. I e The death of Wellington Redman, which occurred near Craycraft, last Monday night week, was a Surprise to the people of tbis town who knew him well. He was sixty years old, and his entire life was spent in the community where he died. He was a son of John Redman, who died many years ago. He belonged to a family of reading people, especially modern and ancient history, and Wellington was well posted in the writiDgs of some of the noted historians. One of his brothers informed The News that he had been afflicted for two years. He was kind to his family, consisting of a wife and two small boys. He leaves a farm, of about ninety acres and some stock. Appreciated. Montpeller, Jan. 30, '20. You will find enclosed check for, The News another year. I have been taking your paper 20 years, and can't do without it, so send it on. Respectfully, G. W. Hayes. . Four or five hundred people came to Columbia last Saturday to see a' machine gun in operation, as was previously dvertlsed.v The recruiting officers, who are here, had the gun sent out from Camp Knox. It has a opacity for shootng six hundred times in a minute, and it was this character of gun that had much to do with defeating the German army. Before the gun was put in operation, Mr. Nacke, of Hardin county, a na tive of Germany, delivered a lecture at the court-houshis subject being "What Constitutes a Man." The speaker, though of foreign birth and rearing, is thorough American, and is in the service of the Govern ment, and is reatly and willing to do all in his power to aid his adopted country. His lecture was full of in terest and highly appreciated by the several hundred men who heard him. He said that the United States Gov ernment was the best in the world, and gave better protection to her sol diers in the way bf feeding and cloth ing than any other country. After the lecture the machine gun was carried to the bluff beyond Mr. Allen Walker's residence and fired about 250 times for the edification of hundreds. Targets were put up about 150 yards away and the gunner tore them to pieces with the rapidly, firing gun. The machine was handled to perfection and the sight was well worth seeing. The recruiting officers, who accompanied Mr. Nacke, deported themselves In a most creditable manner during their stay here, and e, -- -- theettire party left with the best wishes of Columbia and Adair county. Voice From Taylor County. Jan. 29, 1920. , Adair County NewB, Gentlemen: Enclosed you will please find check of $3 00 for 2 years subscription to your paper. The News is too good to do without. Best wishes for a prosperous 1920. Yours very truly, I. K. Miller & Sons, Burdick, Ky. Requa made some two years ago that an increase of 52,000,000 barrels a year in crude oil output would be needed to meet the ordinary increase in con sumption, and to offset the decline In old wells, Mr. Smith raises to barrels annually, or almost four times the estimate of Mr. Requa. These statements and figorses confirm the statement made in an article appearing in a recent issue of the News wherein it was stated that the present demand for crude oil and petroleum products is so much larger than the supply, and theZdemand increasing fast, that it makes the business of crude oil production one of the best and most profitable to be found anywhere. We have the fields, right at our door, and all thatis-need-e- d to reap the harvest awaiting us is te go down into your pockets and your mite towards the expense of reaping. Will you be one of the "doers," or will you sit idly by and see the great opportunity disappear? cos-tribu- 200,-000- ,000 A Joint Communion Service has-purcha- m of Breeding, sold fourteen hundred pounds of dark tobacco on the Campbellsville market last Wednesday. The highest price was $35.00 and the lowest 88.00. The entire crop brought him $169 1- 8- He stated that the floors were crowded Rev. Z. T. Williams has entered up-o- if with tobacco, and enough standing in the twentieth year as pastor of the wagons for Friday's sale. Christian Church, this place. The last call la an evidence of the high Large Walnut Wardrobe for sale. standing of Eld. Williams with his $10 if taken at once. Call at Mrs O. flock! On the 5th Sunday in Febru D Arnold's. ary this long service will be celebratA son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thomas ed at the Christian Church. There to get his collar will be special music, and Eld. Will had bone broken last Sunday. He was at iams, who will no doubt be filled with tender emotions, will tell how kindly the home of his grandfather, Mr. A "R. Feese. he feels toward a people who have so generously expressed their appreciaIf you .want to sell or buy farm tion for him. There will be a pro- lands or town property in Adair l ' gram"' of exercises. County. Call on or M. ne Ira Branham, Of Presbyterian and Methodists churches will be held next Sunday at the Presbyterian church, Rev. service. Ben- nett and Rev. Watson conducting the This will be preparatory to Evangelistic meetings of these two churches to be held about middle of March. All the members of each church others cordially you participate in and sympathizers expected, and all invited, whether all the program or-no- t. -- -- write to Closer relationships on broader gage. principles is the earnest desire of alL Special music will be one (of the, features. Come and welcome. All the mid week services will be preparatory to the coming series of services. Notice. -- Cravens real estate dealer. Office in front room Adair Connty News. have temporarily located in Columbia, and will oocupy apartments In the" residence of Mr. L. M. Young. Monday was county court and a fairly good crowd, was in town. The merchants and grocerymen were busy from ten o'clock until 4 in the afternoon. D. E. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton If there are persons in this county who are opposed to spending, money for good roads, they should jhave traveled over the highways last weeje. The condition the roads were, in ould certainly convinced them that rprk and much of it is badly needed. Kiss Stcra Hutchison, daughter of XrvandMrs R. A. Hutchison,, who left here for the South, two weeks ago, seeking a school, writes her par-abthat she has accepted a school fai Deaw,- - Ga. The salary is satis- U . See Walter Goff for special rates Jo Hugh Kyle, who was an extenA great many people attended the sive stave and lumber dealer and who Campbelbville and Lebanon. Burdette mule sale, this place, Mon operated on Cumberland riverbetChauffeurs day About forty head were sold. In ween the mouth of Greasy Creek John Jeffries, and Archie Holt. the last year Mr. Burdette has sold and BurkBVille, died in Nashville on. here and at other neighboring towns A get together "Indoor Picnic" will the 12th of January. He was about 75 something like thirty thousand dol-- . years old and was well known in be enjoyed in the ohapel at the Chrislars worth of mules. He is a fine 'Russell and Cumberland counties. tian Church next Saturday afternoon, Judge of stock. It takes him but a Feb. 7, from' two till half past four, minute to value a mule. The death of Mr. I. S, Taylor, by the ladies and children- - of the Mr. Sam Lewis, while in Louisville, that recently occurred in the Fairplay 'Christian church, each' person to last week, sold four thousand six county, removes from Adair county a bring a small box 'of sandwiches and hundred dollars worth of fur. Mr. good citizen, a true friend and a pickles Surprises are to be the main Lewis states that there were a go'od splendid neighbor .Mr, Taylor was features of the occasion. We want twice married, his Jast wife being a everj, woman and girl who is a memmany buyers on the market. sister of Mr. Austin Loy. . ber of the church to be present. Born to the wfe of J, M. Combest, Committee. on the 24th ult., a son. To the wife If the weather remains fair, many A nurse from Louisville arrived at of Eaymond McKnabb, on the 19th tobbaco growers will start their plant beds the last of this week. Isaac Willin'a last Friday. Several ult., a daughter; An effort will be made to grow members of the family have of- - J. H. Hoy, more this year than in 1919. Born to the wife pneumonia. January 27,' a son. Kewtoy was groundhog day. Did h days in There will, be tweaty-nl- a . Tobacco seed for sale at this, .office, i see .his shadow month leap year. this Mr, Marvin Sinclair entertained a few of his friends jiast Friday evening-afc-hi- s beautiful home on Bomar Heights. It being his seventeeth birthday. The time passed pleasantly by playing games and the hour for separation only come too quick. Everyone present expressing themselves that they had sure enjoyed the evening: We wish Marvin many happy birthdays and that they vould coma of tea. XX Phelps sold two car loads of We will furnish the Adair County hogs in Louisville a fev days ago. He got $16.25 fof tops. The market News and Cincinnati Weekly 'Enquir was a dollar higher than the week be- er, one year each, for 31.90. The Enfore. quirer is thB best weekly that coses Vervin Bryant, charged with steal- to this part of the State, and it coa- ing a stove and lamps, from Provi'' talns all the Kentucky news. dence chruch, was arrested and lodged in jail last week. Sam Burdett's mule sale here li Dress Making, apply Monday, was a success. He sold Iferty For first-clasto Mrs Shellenbarger, at T. C. Faulk- odd head and they went ,fro : ner's residence. 565 pair. Born, to the wife of J, L. HcLeaa. Mr. J, H, Hoy will (Meupy ar Jan. 30, 1920, a. son Edwin Morrow. iFaulkner's ri An aged horse and mule fee sale. U Mr.T. s f ' ? t 154fc G. A. AtkiMllltawa, Xy. ' Pea'RitJf. a r t. ?,," w V ft A. ' 'iV - I V ADAIR COUNTY NEWS County Beards to Elect. w STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! - 1 1 HENRY W. DEPP, There is much discussion among politicians about taking the schools out of politics. If this could be done, all would give a hearty amen. But the propositions that are being suggested by the solons at Frankfort simply centralize and ctystalize the political opportunities. To elect the State SuperintenOEXNTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Denial Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. All I 1 '7m Have a Full Line of Clothing for 1 M en and Boys. y Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. dent by a My Shelves are Full of the L.VTEST STYLE SHOES for Men,, Ladies and Boys. I Can Please You Both in Quality and Price LATEST PATTERNS and They are Being SOLD at SHORT PROFITS. State, Educational Board to be appointed by the Veterinary Surgeon and Denlis! Governor does not take the head of the State school department Special attention given Diseases of a out of politics, it simply takes Domestic Animals the selection of the superinten- Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on dent out of the hands of the peoJamestown road ple and places it in the hands of Phone 114 G. a few. Columbia, Ky. L,. H. Jones The Ladies' Dress Goods Department is FULL of the I 5 FARMING IMPLEjTIENTS. I Am Ready to Furnish the Farmer With Any ind of Machinery he May Need. I Also Have all inds of Plows and Wagons. In Fact, I Keep in Stock What Tou Need. Call for it. Remember, too, Sell the CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILE, Easiest Running Car Made, and it is Very Durable. I the The few are so much more easily controlled politically than the Leonard Reece and wife, of many. It is the old time ReBasil, are visiting relatives in publican doctrine of centralizathis community. tion under the guise of commisLeonard Janes and family, will sion form of government. leaveinafew days.for Hoosier,to Senator Robt. Antle introduced make their future home. We rein the Senate this week a bill to gret very much to give them up have the county boards of educaMr. Faulkner is surveying a tion elect the county superintendents. The people elect the tract of land, for J. M. Janes? county boards and the county known as the L. M. Janes farm? boards elect the superintendent. Mrs. Amanda Mos's, Mrs. Does not every intelligent per- Maude Harper, Mrs. Kansas son know that by such action the Maupin, Mr. and Mrs. Dunk political effort will be concen- Bennett, of Gradyville, passed trated in the election of the coun- through here one day last week ty boards all over the State. enroute for Burkesville. both State and National, is being removed rapidly from the doctrine of our "Fathers," a government of the people, by the people and for the people." Thi3 government, time-honore- d Mr. J. M. Thompson has just returned, from the If Tou Cannot Come to Write for Prices. Lakeland a&ylum, where he had been to visit his wife. We are glad to learn she is improving. WOODSON LEWIS GLiEENSBURG, (t KENTUCKY. C s a Sg A. C. Coomer bought of Willie to any such Yarberry one mule, for $150. radical change and our motto Fred Janes and Jessie Flatt shall continue to be "Let the people rule." Anderson County are still in the fur trade, and are paying liberal prices. News. We are opposed Rev. Toria. ' tfe -- C n& -- sC C 1 g 3l - r Jlr sg g H$ J. E. Scott has been call- Effects of Constitutional Prohibi- tion in United States. defined speciacally, the term ''in- hardly deny that the polls of the toxicating" is construed by law colleges and universities, includ to mean one-ha- lf ECZEMA ml!? l- - vi .VJft per cent ing students . and members of the "MONET BACK without questionifHunt'.SalTe faculties, is a fair index to the ,'tgtratnjentofKcma. K,n8worm, Itch, etc. Constitutional prohibition, or more of alcohol. Don t become discouraged be- .. intelligent Opinion Of the COUntry. cause other treatments failed. Hunt Salve has relieved hun- at mid night tonight, and Permit manufacture of alcoholOut of the total of 29,910 votes SE'o'SS & the enforcement legislation en- ic liquors for sacramental and Guarantee. Try.it at our risk there were only 3,153, a little today. Muscat acted by Congress, making the medicinial uses, under Sold by Paull Drug Company. in favor of the than following provisions: total rejection of the treaty. Declare unlawful the manu- - Permit manufacture of alcohol The Lodge reservations farred Deen sick for some time is nofc industrial and scientific uses. for facture or of any beverage better than the programme of the improving very much. taining of 1 per cent or Permit possession of liquor in Battalion of Death, but they too , Mr Geore Curry has moved to his new home, at this place, home if purchased before pro- were decisively more of alcohol. , , beaten, only 6,5- , , , uuyu rur. T vvuiauu uas muveu hibition be came effective. Declare places where liquor is 63 votes being recorded in their frt a11q paoH.,a nana uu niibu u&uubuu a (Jiuk.& prohibited from Physicians n sold in violation of law to be favor. There were 9,002 votes George and Bram Kemp have nuisances, abatable as such. prescribing alcoholic liquor for in favor of unqualified ratifica- moved to their new just purchaspatient unless in good faith they tion of the treaty with ' Search and seizure powers the coven- ed. believe it will afford relief from ' gl..n prohibition Mr. Ollie Corbin and family ant of the League of Nation, and enforcement Not more than one ailment. v officers, except for the search of pint can be prescribed in any 11,182 in favor of the compromise visited Quin Bennett's last Sun" , that will make immediate ratifi- day. dwellings, unless used private month for one person. Mrs. Bettie Bennett has spent cation possible. for the unlawful sale of intoxthis week with her father, Mr Complete records of sales, inMore than of the Will Smith, who is very sick. or in part as places of cluding names of persons obtainicants, total vote was cast by supporters 'business. ing liquors, required of manuMrs. Ermine Hutchison one of the treaty and the covenant of the oldest ladies, of the neighLiquor seized to be destroyed; facturers and druggist. original form or borhood) died one day Vehicles and other property to Various penalties for violation either in the last week. with such compromise reservaFrank Kearnes lost a good he sold and proceeds paid into fixed, the most severe being 0 s of horse last week. tions as will enable United States Treasury. fine-an- d two years imprison- the Senators to agree on resoluGeorge Curry sold 12 hens to : , Advertising of liquor by any ment. tion of ratification. E. C. Curry, which brought him m i tm method prohibited. ' '" , $16.56c. -- NeariBgtke End. , Smith's Chapel. Permit manufacture at home Mr. Jim Curry bought a mare s for $180. or personal use of Even the most unyielding juices. "ting ciders and fruit We are having aome rain now Mrs. Mattie Bennett is on the of the treaty of peace can Mr. Quia Bennett, who has sick list is not ..While of 1 ef-fe?ti- ve A. one-tent- h, ed as pastor, of the Baptist church, atHarrods Fork, this having quite year. We have been alot of rain in the last few days. Clarence Coomer was here The farmers are getting a yesterday, looking after dark huBtle on themselves fixing, for tobacco and bought a few crops burning plant beds. for 17c. Mr. Horace Alexander our Thomas Jane3, of Missouri, groceryman, passed through here one day last week, sold to Rollin Kinnaird, a farm, for $5,000. he reported business good. W well-know- n one-ha- lf The Vapor mr Treatment FOR com-vmo- IlLci VJt VI. I!( y age-lon- Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia -- Mothers who know the anguish of waiting helplessly through g hours for the physician who may not arrive in time will hard ly fail to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedy. Vapo-ment- ha is a certain preventive and specific for colds, croup, influenza, grippe, pneumonia and other respiratory ailments. two-thir- ds , WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It is applied externally to the chest, .throat and nostrils and is quickly absorbed through the pores of the skin. Its healing vapors rise and are inhaled directly to the infected membranes. A double-actio- n remedy it is doubly certain to produce satisfactory results. has this characteristic that distinguishes it from It other salves, it will not stain the" clothes. Buy a bottle of Vapomentha TODAY. It is an invaluable protection for an insignificant price. 30c, 60c, and $1.20 Bottles at All Drue and General Stores. If your dealer cannot supply you order from BRAME DRUG CO, N. WiBcesboro, N. C. . $2,-00- two-third- - - . ,t : non-intoxic- a- ' uil croup3 P8W?y7 HI III e E op-poo- ent "xH-mtoxkti- HEKE35 i. n 1 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 fir X An old gentleman wrote over IS YOUR LIFE X his fireplace, as a proper warn 181 INSURED? O 5K If Not Why Not INSURE 7K 5K With the 5K ing to his young friends: "I have lived a long time and had a great many troubles. But most of the troubles never happened." Exchange. Wisdom. y 3 A w" f F3 Sir mm A 1 13 D Jf UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. We sell If you kant trust a man for the full amount, let him skip. This trying to git an a v e r a g e on honesty has allways bin a failure. Thare is no treachery in silence; silence is a hard argument to beat. habits for Karacter. The men ov the most karacter hav the fewest habits. Thare is cheats in all things; even pizen is adulterated. The man who is thoroughly polite is ov a Christian, enny how. Kindness iz an instinkt, politeness only an art. Thare is a great deal of learning in this world which iz nothing more than trying to prove what we don't understand. Mi dear boy, there are but few who kan kommence at the mid die ov the ladder and reach the top; and probably you and I don't belong to that number. two-third- & rr r PHONE the best for the least money. rrr 24-C. rvrTTT-fT.rnC- v TT COLUMBIA; i KY. Don't mistake Tii gette3 nominating one of their own sex for United States Senator in Kentucky is not any more ridiculous than we exoct-eA woman's political party is E too absurd for Town News. d. S'i".ii of r.ii siff'i Most Troubles Never Happen. w$ ? lii'irffi lluM ii If you take your work and yourself too seriously, just remember that you can compel failure to come and get you in short order if you indulge in worry. Worry is deadly. A man can "worry his hqad off," until he is quite unable to think clearly. He 4NHHHPW MM PPawBrm iflWnWnWffl s Wb9hu9P' Hi iiD"- '- .,ii""iiiiiiinifHB iiimiiiiiiiiiill f'BRsPJ CopjrlKht 1S13 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. i""111"11111111 by s 3 mngs the smokegame with PLAY if you're hankering foraajimmy hand Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-parolled Into a cigarette? it can worry his legs out beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to from- - under him, so that he figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince can't walk straight, his shoulders Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! B:::::WIHrg W P You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! droop and his jaw drops of its jm3mMM mMrMSurwM own weight, so that he is a Toppy red bar; tidy red tin, handsome pound and tin hami dors and that clauy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with picture of dejection, avoided by sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. "Strong Where the Strain Comc" all who would themselves keep The best medicine I know ov R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale1. Hickory Axles N. C. up their own courage. 2. White Oak Tongues for the rheumatism iz to thank 3. White Oak Hubs When you" rest, really relax the Lord that it ain't the gout. Every member of the family i'u't)i vwi sometimes wake up n ne of the others can gu as 4. Heavily Ironed both nerves and muscles. You with the exception of the urn m n... ni Me 'ir th Josh Billings. night, but wide awake as baby. 5. Oversize Throughout 6. Easy to Pull have sometimes ridden with 7. Hard to Break a careless driver in a motor car Ajsturdy, stoutly built wagon made and suddenly realized that your e of hard work. ( to last a If you do not know the Mogul muscles have been set and dealer near 3'ou, write us at once. your nerveskeyed up the whole WIDE TRACK WAGONS. m 7" Moguls are made in the track. the old favorite Southern standard time.SWhen you alight, you are Vfhich fits your vrason beds, hay frames and the track of Southern country not rested, but tired. Many or Ltoads. The new standard duto track can also be furnished. persons hold themselves with o 'you don't know the Mogul v If dealer near you, write us. li 1W .T- - ,"-- rfi? the same tension, whether walk!? M2rf St Mosrul Wagon Co.. Incorooratcd. HoDiinsTfile, Ky. J". II: a tira $S & ing or riding in a train, or even ' I a Ginger grown in Jamaica has if lying in bed. Relax. Replace worry, profitless always commanded more than depressing I double the price of any other. and pitiless, with something use-fil- l. you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell Linger over the hopeful Under favorable conditions an. or any other car using 30x3', 30x3 Vi- -, or 3 1x4-inc- h A acre will produce as much as view rather than the worst possiVi tires, you can well take advantage of ble outcome. four thousand p unds. the high, relative value built into all Good--" 7 Reasons for Buying the Sturdy out for what ails your smokeappetite! For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question' that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfrea from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction! l; gons iHaBimMl half-poun-d m, i life-tim- 60-inc- h 56-in- Equip ionr dma Car 'm Oi : With pAi' -- .rTSs CdUL x li Co -(k. ri ' II If The Louisville Trust CO LOUISVILLE' KENTUCKY. Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MUllor Dollars. Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agenti Commltteejand as such in any County in thetState. Pays 3 per cent Jper Annum on Time Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEKEUA GJJAY. Treas. A. G.fSTITH. Sec Trustee, andlcan qualiy The alarming report from Scotland' that a parrot had developed rabies has proved to be incorrect. The bird, it aopears, was merely endeavoring to imitate the bagpipes. Punch, London. the end of the journey. Magazine. -- Forbes i I In Korea if a man meets his wife in the street he ignores her nroeonoa and naeaaa nn aa if aha year Tires. You can well do so because you can secure in the small Goodyear Tires the results of such skill and care as have made Goodyear Tires the preferred equipment on the highest-priced automobiles of the day. You can well do so because these smallGood-yea- r Tires are easy to obtain, being produced at the rate of 20,000 a day, and because their first cost usually is as low or lower than that of other tires in the same types and sizes Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many other local owners of small cars. il were a stranger. Cork trees grow in Sardinia. Failure is but a mile post along A tree is stripped of its bark the trail of life, unless we call it ly once in nine years. on- 30x31 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread Fabric, All-Weath- er J&OAOO - UNDERTAKER. I LJ 1( 30x3 Goodyear. Single-Cur- e Fabric, And-Ski- d Tread j r765 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more-thatubes of less merit. 30x3 size ra toater- proof bag. n $90 0" ? I also keep Metallic Residence keep on hands a fall itock of cofflDs, caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. i tz,c. j Phone, 29. F. T ' .JH1 , "I M Office Phone, 168. Columbia, Ky ii yirr w t ,' incsaagKWMBSBiBE- - AW r"m " '$150 AND $2(Kh I ILwrmi w ii iiii imiiiii ii in arwrMi iwi i n i in v im 7 nn.njwtiim sv - xw- - m& sJ 2 r. V THE .ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Affair 9 . "- Wages will be good for laboring business trip .to Campbellsville. Pablisheel'Oii Wednesdays. men and lots of good places that last week. need hired girls and good prices An infant son of Mr. and Mrs . . 'fll Colam6ia. Keivtacky- too. I am working at a place of Johnie Combest was buried at only four in family and I get this place last week. 4.E.MURRELL, Editor . i $9.00 per week. ' I work at house poses. Mr. William Tucker .Jias been Mart. 'MRS. OSY" HAMLETT. In the hope of escaping their work,bn a farm. I like the farm confined to his home with brone town of chial trouble. Dfoei"iWewgperdTOtod to the Interest duty the Republican leaders in rbest. When I go 4he Cltr of Colombia and tha people of Adair the Senate are pretending now Bloomington, Tsee lots of BeauA adjoining eonntlat. Heraline. to hesitate lest the majority's tiful things. I have been to the B 3 mode of ratification may fail of Miller Park southwest of the W as second Catered at the Columba' executive approval. This atti- town and there were all kinds 2. Mr.. Josh Butler, one of our B&n matter. tude might win more credence if of animals, but the ones that oldest citiztns being in his eight it were not that these same lead- looked the best were the vostrich ies who has be'en confined to his 3, 1920. ers a few months ago made it a and the bigblack bear. I go to room two weeks, is again up and WED. FEB. matter of boast that they cared church, almost every Sunday and going. Am listening now every ,Srihscriptioa Price 1st an2nd Postal Zon nothing fine. There is some morning to hear him call the pigs for the President's HiOperyer. peKyear .'AH Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 views except to criticize and re- cases of pneumonia, and fever. in, better than a mile away, but A Subscription due and Payable In Advance ject them. I don' tf know when I will get hear him just the same. v &, The demand for the ratifica- back to Kentucky, but will come & Just in front of his home re 1 DOINGS AT FRANKFORT. tion of the treaty has not. only sometime to see my mother, Em- - sides his sister, Mrs. Nellie Con following bills have' been not abated but has grown stead- ma BJair,y)f Casey Creek, and over who has seen more eighties introduced: ily more general and insistent. my niece, Mrs. M. O. Ellis, of than he, is well and up except iA bill to create the office of The acceptance of the treaty by Garlin. I. will close and try to for a fall some years back? special Commonwealth's attor-nethe former associates of the write again some time. If it were not for this she could truly Yours United States in the war and mount a saddle horse 'and go To submit the question of the resumption Gertrude Blair. of diplomatic into your city as of yore. May woman suffrage to a vote of the and .commercial relations bethey both round out a century Glensfork. people. tween those nations and Gerand more. party emblems many has left this country the To eliminate And the day that, this writing mumps are well scattered should go to press a brother of The from the ballot. only power at war with her. these-two- , Col. Ed Butler if living To pay a pension of $400 a mere can be. no return to nor- throughout this community. year to persons who have reach- mal conditions political; econom4 few days ago the friends would have been eighty seven ed 65 years of age and, have no ic or financial in this Country and neighbors of Mrs. Fannie years old having been born on Wesley gathered together in the Feb., 3rd, 1883 of a family of uritil peace has been other income. To abolish the office of Jn form as well as. in sub- afternoon and cut and sawed a twelve. All have crossed the great nice lot of wood which was cer- divide excepting the two first attorneyand place stance. It is the function and the duty tainly appreciated by her. She mentioned, and Jame3 Butler the duties on the County Attorof the Senate to bring' about takes this way of thanking each and Mrs. Sallie Smith. ney. . To increase the Confederate peace. It is the responsibility of and everyone who so kindly The farmers are all up active and especially her and preparing for the coming the majority of the Senate to assisted pension to $25 00 per month. undertake the task. Playing nephew. Olie Wilkinson, who got crop. little politics to politics has been a costly game them together. A kind act is Geo. M. Cundiff has the blue ,. There is but write at this time. Interest in for every interest of the nation. never forgotten and for each ribbon for being the first with a the Presidential contest will not It promises to be equally costly and everyone is more stars added tobacco bed. develop until after the national for the Republican majority to their crown. Those who assistS. C. Hood and Hebert Cun conventions, and there is but lit- which has thus, far used its pre- ed were Olie Wilkinson, Charlie diff are. the first "to bring out the tle going on at Frankfort. It is dominance in the Senate not to Thomas, FL, Thomas' Johnnie old turning plow and make a true, a great many bills have promote but to jeopardize the Grider and son, Earl. ,Qtha start. been introduced, but most of honor and welfare of the Unit- Miller, Virgil Wesley, T. G. Mont Harmon is doing big Rollin Thomas, Joe Morgan, ' them will be dropped in the bas- ed States. Webb, Elmore and Willie Wilk- things. Making a considerable ket .during the latter days of the clearing, going to grow a large Highland Park, Ky. inson. session. It may be that the tobacco crop, and let me tell you Mr. W, H. Hammond has Democratic candidates for Congress in the 8th district will The weather is bad here. The purchased the property recently he knows how and can deliver the goods any year. make their announcements soon, streets were all covered with ice. owned by Mrs. Ada Kelsay at Ed Hood still sits steady in his We were glad to read a letter this place and has set up a stock and when the canvass opens from Sparksville and sure appre- of goods in the Chapman old bQat on the James Butler late there will be something doing. ciate the words that the reporter stand. We welcome Mr. Ham farm, making good too, like Geo. anNo Democrat is likely to past on me. monds and his estimable family Cundiff, 365 days to the year. nounce his candidacy for the Bud Triplett and sons are We are glad to note that po- to our town. Presidency until the peace treaty clearing for more lice Murphy is doing his duty, Mr. Willis Loy delivered a has been settled or finally re- and is too. liked by all the people nice bunch of hogs to Phelps at tobacco. Good growers jected. Many prominent DemoMur-re- ll here. The policemen have much Columbia last Thrsday at 14 cts Considerable sight fo view believe that the party can crats Bros, farms, good buildings, better thne than they use to per pound. Win by making the treaty the when whisky was plentiful. It Johnnie Grider bought of fences, stacks of hay, good stock seems more like a town now, to Virgil Wesley a nice span of of all kinds. A look here shows energy and thrift combined. On iThe drunkards are beginning see the little boys and .girls that mules for $150. the level, they are all around tocatch on. Only a few deaths use to be in rags and dirt, when Ray Strange bought of Everys lot of farmers as Adair Jasiweek from drinking wood their father would take the Dudley last week, a horse for has. Back down the road, stop alcohol. Several hundred had to money and buy, it hi whisky, $125. Dudley also bought a nice at the Josh Butler farm, look diebefore the old topers believ- now buys it in clothes and some mare from Johnnie Grider price around, and see - if you wont thing to eat, and your scribe' Ull5. ed that it would kill. .agree with me that this is an up- hopes it stays this way. ;. ZM - ... well kept, something do Ifreomes from Washington, D. Roy. Work is plentiful here and ing here too, fpr the manager. CL'ikhatat this time there are high prices too, but anyone . VK LjSJolan Butler, knows how. Next seven.avowed Republican candi- -' ought to save money, for they We are having plenty of rains comes Champ Butler's farm, but datesior the Presidency. get good prices for their work. at this writing. won't say anything about his We hope to see another" letter Born to the wife of G. L. farming, done said too much al WHERE RESPONSIBILITY RESTS. Sparksville and also from Fitch Jan, 26th a 9 lb. boy, Whatever differences of opin- - from ready. Now, this is not all of Weed. mother and infant doing nicely. "our farmers. Going to leave the ion, there may be as to the form I will close by saying that Mr. A. G. Bailey who has been others for next time. iri'Which the treaty of peace with-GerThe church has. employed Eld. a Dy should be ratified, Highland Park is a fine place to in a low state of health for some live. Elbert Wooten. remains about the same. fMay for the year. time there is no question at all ' that Mr. Shelby Calhoun and family the responsibility for affirmative, Cundiff. & Butler still doing a Hudsonville, 111. moved to their home near Con satisfactory goods business. belongs to the decisive action v-cord the first of the year. United States Senate. The Re- Editor News: W. H. Cundiff & Sons building Mr. W. L. Floyd who went to wagons, shoeing horses, grindpublicans in that branch of ConThis is my first letter to The Ind., some time ing corn at the same old stand. gress are bound to the extent of News. The weather is cold. It Jeffersonville initia-tarago with his family f have rethw control to take the is zero now. The ground hasn't Jtppa. and restore the treaty to moved back home again. been clear of snow since Thankstie category of subjects upon giving day. This is my first Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wilson of wtteh the Senate is expected to winter in the West; I like it Ohio, visited their parents al Mr:' Bradley Powell and D. act They have subjects upon fine, The children 'are going to this place during the HolidaySi Willin Have accepted positions in wkich the Senate is expected to school now. Theit school will A little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ohio4t fancy salaries. d was quite sick act They have at tkeir Pascal Willis, of Mo., is viiit-be out the 15 of May, Sales are Olie Conover who machinery of the all the better inghjs mother, Mr. Molly Willia the order of the day now and several days ago is much fc, 5tate, including the Foreign everything i high. Cowi, $110 at thia writing. itwk Willin, has beta very County Nes ' Committee," wKich Relations they "packed .. last spring to make sure that its report and determination with regard to the treaty should be in accord with the majority's plans and pur . to $125, and horses not so high. Mr. B. . O. Hurt made a 9"fr4"to444 00$4 4 TIME TO SETTLE. One month of 1920 has come 4 to-th- t Post-offi- ce and gone. Have you PAID your to THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE .A:0-COUf- fT 5 - 8 STORE? 4 4 y. Q"Q4"0"0"64 -- - 4 Oh THRIFT sal Thrift is simply the application of intelligence to expenditure. Thrift does not mean only saving. Thrift means intelligent spending To spend a dollar now may save two dollars next month. It means we can see tomorrow as well as today. The savage eats when he finds meat. He gorges and seeps and between times starves. The civilized, man lays up. In abundance he prepares against famine, Thrift implies self respect We do not wish to become a burden upon others. Thrift means using your strength to protect your weakness, Cb- votir health to take care of vour sickness, vnnr fnrhin r provide against your misfortune." Thrift, implies foresight -- Com-xhonweat- h's .,S Insurance is thrift It is intelligent spending. An insurance premium today may save you many dollars next month. It is provision against misfortune. Are you insured? i G. R. REED, "The Service, Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches! Columbia; "'' Kentucky. sick with double pneumonia but is improving. Pvt. Charles Tupman has returned to Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis Mo. THE NEWS is $1.50 S1 $2.00 per year. Send in your subscription at once. Markets. Louisville, Feb. 2 Cattle Prime mak-an'addition- al " - first-clas- to-dat- e, Yates and family will leave soon for Boone Co., their future home. They will be greatly missed. Walker Powell is recovering from a severe attack o. appendicitis. Rollin Powell bought a cow and calf from W F. Reynolds of Ozark and Edgas Powell a cow from James Young. K'Taylor of Glensfork is in our midst taking census. Mrs. W. A. Garnett is at the bedside of her doughter, R'ena, who is sick at L. W. T. S. H. M. Holladay sold William Browning of near Columbia, a team of horses and Hubort Virgil Wesley, Cabbell sold Glensfork, a mule team Samuel Taylor and Ralph spent the Willis, .L. W. T. S G. B. for-$225- . export steers 312.0013.2o;heavy ship-in- g 11.00.12.00; light S910: heifers $8.00(12.00; fat cows, $7.5010.50; dium $6. to 7.50;cutters?5.506.00 me- S6.50G.50;feeders $810.50; stockers $7.00 to $9 50 choice milch cows 8160125;medium $75100 common 85575. Calves 1 Receipts 249 lower. medium 9.0012.00; common Hogs Price Choice veals $17. 0017.50; head. 5.007 Receipts 3,069 head. Demands was good. Best hogs 120 lbs and up 15.50; 90 to lbs 312.75; 90 lbs down $10.75 throwbuts $12.25 down. Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, small, market.steady all through, beat lambs S13. I4;medium..; 10 Best sheep 37.00 bucks $6.00 down. Butter Country. 34S5c lb. Eggs Fresh,, case count candled 50c to 53c week end at home. Rev. L. J. B. Smith filled his appointment at Zion Saturday and Sunday and gave two very int-- 1 m toting discourses. T. F. C0RB1N Jack Holladay. whr was kick--- .i a heaoV by a Inrse has re- - :ered. Taxable Property u! Adair County. The following figures wlHsh'ow the amount of the' taxab'e property of Adair county for the year 1920, as returned by the Assessor: $5,546,606. The entire county On that amount the town of Columbia will $1,133,072. pay on changed slightTlwe figures maF;b ly by th State Board ol Equalization . i CANE VALLEY, KY.t - e: Auctioneer and Dealer In t Real Estase. Your Business com-wmm- -;- -. , - - V V r o D ABAIR COUNTY' NEWS & OI xo V $! '- aoi , ' KWiiSl WONDERFUL PETROLEUM J' i -- ., THE WORLDS GREATEST COMMODITY ? , Heavy Tobacco Canvass for next 10' Days 7i cents. Less than mill prices today for .,' same puality. 3 -- . THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY 6 Leases Located iii Cumberland, Metcalfe and Adair Counties,. Kentucky's vV Greatest Shallow Oil Pool. . r ? I m.rf - ' av. o u -- RUSSELL & CO i COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, : n m. a !.. 31 i 3'- - i ibiot XOE i$ marriage,jbeing place. Miss rf Ida Lyon, this - Adair County Leases That We Intend to SOX Develop in a Short Time. xoeU ri" "- - .I. PERSONALS Mr. R. M. Spalding, Lebanon, was TaRen Up as Stray. Miss Elizabeth Jones and Willie Moran spent a day or so in Campbells-vill- e here a few daya ago. Mr. W. P. UunnallyScalled to sea our druggist last week. Mr. H. A. Moss, Louisville, was the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago, at en-rou- te to BurKesrille. T. W. Taylor made his regular trip to Columbia a few days since. Mr. L. O. Stiles was registered at B. P. Cbewning and JBrack Masste this Dec. 24,1919. the JeffriesKHotel ;iast Wednesday last week. .W. S. Sinclair, J. A. C. C. ni He wss from Louisville. e affiant, R- - A. Waggener states Mr R. E Leach, of Dent, anil Mr. J. T. MercerHand; Curt Hind-man- , two sons, Oscar Ray and James that he has seen a heifer taken up as businessjmen of Millfown, were Garnett. werelinl Columbia i last Sat- a stray by Geo. Coffey. He says L this Wednesday heifer is a black, about 2 years old, herelast urday ;weignt about 700 lbs. Worth about Mr. L, M. Smith, Cane Valley merMrs J. w. Coy was quite sick last $60.ft), and there are no distinguishing chant, was in Columbia a few days ago. week. marks about her. Miss Rena Garnett,!who is a pupil Miss Christine Sell, Gradyville, R. A. Waggener hss been visited Miss CatheripelNell last Satin the - Subscribed and sworn to before me,": quite sick, is rapidly recovering, urday and Sunday. this Dec 24, 1919. Mr. Roy WalKer, of Nell, spent Asa Loy, offtGeorgetown, Ind., is W. S. Sinclair, J. A 'C. C. several days with his son last week, here, meeting his many friends. , t Lindsey-Wilsoand who is in the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, their y who is recoveringfrom pneumonia. sons, Henry and Cameren. were here, Wanted. Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon, representing from Campbellsville, Sunday. a St, Lewis House, carrying a geo- - Mrs r.nn W. hn rAf.nrnail Wanted Experienced saleslady to eral line, calledJIupon the Columbia from take charge of Ready, and i mercnants laB&s; w eauesuay. Millinery Department One with Campbell Hutchison was here Miss VernalTodd is now in school trimming experience preferred. Sunday, from Campbellsville. at Bowlihg Green. Mr. and Mrs Collins. Bridgewaters, Write or apply in person to Lewis Ores and E. B. Barger Messrs &Drye Department Store. Lebanon, are visiting here. attendedjthe convention of hardware Ky. Mr. D. M. Moore, Georgetown, Ind., "Very truly you're. men in Louisville,SIast week. Is here, mingling with his friends Lewis & Drye. Mr. W. E. Morgan and Mr. John t Mrs. Kinnie Murreirs condition mingled D. Sharp.UiJAmandaville, " rf improves very slowly. I have at my barn in Columbia Columbia friends last with their Mrs. H. L. Thompson lias been Thursday. a lot of good farm utiles, rangquite sick for "the past week. Mr Isac Willin, Joppa, is a victim Mrs. K. B. Hurt was quite sick ing in age. from two to seven of pneumonia, but is some better. several days of last week. years old. Among them are His son, who was also attacked is very low. Misses Lillie Turner, Lettie Dunbar some good heavy with the same disease, teams. If you Myrtie and Mrs. Garnett Montgomery .j"Jeft; Misses JMyrtie Sharp and want a good team or a single Morgan, Amandavilie, were here for Bowling Green last week where last Tursdaj, euroute to the State they will enter the Western Normal. mule call and see them. formal, Bowling Green. Mrs. Mollie Troutman was painfully S. M. Burdette. G. BW. Dillon and Mr. A G. hurt about the shculder one day last Mr. Froedge- - Breeding, weie here Friday week, when she accidently fell down for Sale. Miss Jennie Garnett is on an ex- the stairway. She is improving. Mr. and Mrs. T ,S. Scott, Coburg, tended visitlitb'.Jher sister, Mrs. J. P. One thoroughbred Big Type Poland were shopping in Columbia vionday. Skruggs.jFranklin Ky. tChina sow, will farrow in Feb., also Mr. LutherlKean, Cheyenne, Wyo , Also Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Chewning have some nice youngs boars. I and Mr. Jo Kean, Jamestown, were T. B. Dohoney. Miss Christine Allen aud her ' here a few days age. William of npar Burksville Ehone No .40 D ..brother Breckman, Russell spent Sunday afternoon at the home Mr. Luther to this J. C. Winfrey's. Miss Allen was on For Sale. Springs, made a, business-tri" Thursday. place last i her way to Berea where she will Mrs- - IK Ward Jenton, -- Somerset, enter thefsecond term of Bcrea college White Burley Tobacco Seed; The few- - teysiriColumhia last spent "Mr. and Mrs-- L. G. McClister are brightest of any known variety'Price ' "' spending a few das in Louisville. week ?K00 pe"roz.t by mail. T. L Smith, Cane Valley-Ky.- .' Mrs. R. Y. Hindman, who has Armenian Relief Day. days,- - is improving, beer&ick for ten rr. A To Timber Men. .and indications point to her early reSunday, Feb. 8th or as soon therecovery. after as possible has been appointed Ernest and" Fred Harris left for to take offerings for the Near East We are wanting all the spokes that West Point, Miss,, last Thursday. Relief by all the churches in every we can get.KCaU and get eur bill for Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hinamari, county in U. S February is he sizes and prices. AdairSpoke Co. ' Miltown, were shopping in Columbia month we must meet our quota $845 " Friday. Pastors take notice. Few of the many bargains at th Signed by Mr. R. J. Lyon, was here last Durham Produce House: Fish, 100 Friday, looking after the business Pastors'bf Columbia lb. keg, t9.60; house paint, $2 per gal-Ioof the Buchanan Lyon Company. He Rice, lie per pound;-RolleOats, was accompanied by his nephew, Mr. 'i4-12c J. K. Hlifchinson, of Glasgow, who is W-A- N -T-E-D attending the, Medical University of ; Beech, Sycamore, Maple, Fr. Sale. Mr Andrew Hodapp, of Oak and Walnut Logs. Louisville. If jru have any to sell write to Louisville, was also in the party. Mr Rhode Island Red Roosters. Hutchison Is a son of Mr and Mrs. J. Lqutevjlle Keatucky Mrs JoetfsButler. Hutchisonf his mother before her -- The affiiant, George Coffey, states of Nov. 1919; a black last week. s heifer, about 2 years old, weight about - 700 lbs. No marks cf any kind Mr. A, S.J'.Chewning, of HopkinsSaid tille. visited his father.fother relativesiCoffey .says he has not defaced any marks on this heifer. He states that and friends last week. "Messrs. 'James and George Diddle, ine has taken ud said heifer as a strav Adairville.iare visiting in Columbia. a!d afflant states that his place of 'Dr. Alex Shively, of Campbellsville, fesidence is Columbia. Ky. George Coffey. visited at the home of his nephew, p Subscribed and sworn to before me S. E. Shiviey, and also the homes of that on. the 23rd i tSSj I lv T "y a r , , f ' HpSB HHPT 5iii,BlK?Bf!'jii yoiE 'CdHHPKwMi'ClfaX sit1 Veyouggaing'to rejgj the beaQffi&B6f'rhe?greatest Kentucky Oil Fields, or are you going to ihers obtain the money? idly By and w ONL.Y A IXfewt'fceihort-sighted- ! FEW MORE SHARES LEFT. No-o!h- Lokmround ' People who are wealthy are those who took a chance! feusmesslfcas'ever made money so rapidly as 08. tr " ' iilARES $LOO EACH. MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO ft THE PAJLJKER OIL & " . ; 3AS COMPANY. Lindsey-Wilsonjw- ho I --- " Chartered from Columbia. General Offices 533 grmanent B1dg., Cleveland, Ohio, n, 13-4- - ;M0Mfr$444it$$jfr44444QfrQ4fr$ ig - c to-We- " OT s S Brad-fordsvill- e, - 7r CLOTHING V" SHOES ,'TtSh 'if "t X , n ,p KS. v.. 3J;kr ?J "PJCf Z&. - ,.t p i. .d c - i vfiW -- "4Ti. yv t $- -. f 'r- - Abin Murray -- Columbia, J! x i i v. Next DooeVmAXJQkry'Ninv-OfficeT ,1 afc -4 A'- ."Sr l Ken to ck y T t 4mb iJt - j- . iii.. -- - ,tU 3- '. a '. LidiBfiidiMHr t$ J&sW T f- c- .',ii'W, s3r v ' f'JWtjtf : -- -- vawv jut-s- r "t i 'V 'v'", i ' "" iV I- ' 7yVr Vv A ' pis- - ,.y. . .' - .. ?- -r ., ? -- : :--- ? - u- - vr ' v . 'jiL Jfc 12-4- t. .- nPNPDAI vv ? MERCHANDISE 'V. n: d- 3t "M -- a H0rHOgMfr XXrt J s i '40 (r - . & ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 13-- B. I 1 Residence Phone Business Phone 1. the cash for hislproduct, then it Cruelty of Horse Dealers. is Dr. J. N. Murrell DENTIST - to E Town News. time worry again. , The Mean Man knows the story Office, FrontlRocms Jeffries BTd. about poor Tom Sharkey who ' UP STAIRS. electrified the loungers in his saloon one day by saying heartCOLUMBIA, KY ily. "Well, boys, what are we "going to have?" And then, as have had their business ruined the loungers gathered round the through the advent of the motor "Rain or bar' he added, Tobacco the Uncertain. they may be trying their Shine?" tricks upon the public with Representative Gordon Lee of -cars, No crop produced keeps the but even if they are, ' grower in such unsettled frame Chickamauga told of a story they will not be torturing dumb The of a similar kind about a mean animals which have no defense. of mind as does tobacco. necessity of an early planting of man at Atlantic City. Some Some horse dealers will do althe seeds always places the tend friends visited him on a hot most anything to a horse to pre ' er plants at the mercy of a late evening and after they had vent him' from showing signs of The next period of un weltered a while in the sitting lameness, or from showing bad frost. rest is the waiting for a good room he said: tricks, or to make him appear season for transplanting:, when Drugs are used could you "Well.S friends, to' ease pain and to make a horse the soil has to be just right. stand somellrefreshments?" Then comes the task of caring on soft "We certainly could! the feel fresh; for each individual plant, to the visitors replied, and they moist- feed and want of exercise are grower it is not so many plants, ened their dry lips in pleasant resorted to to keep the horse fat every plant coming in for person anticipation. and' to make him feel fresh. al attention. "Then, said the mean man, Nerves are cut to hide lameness, As the weeds ripens there must rising, we'll open this window. and worst of all, a sound foot be ideal weather conditions to There's promisejof a breeze." may be injured in order to make the horse go apparently sound finish the crop; too much sun or to much rain working to the dis The faithful plodders usually on the unsound foot, i. e., by advantage of the product. get there in the end, it is ad- having both legs injured he canWeather conditions must also be mitted. But, although you ad- not favor one leg. I think the greatest enemy right for cutting, and the late- mire grit, you consider Everybody I Until our laws, are very much improved, so long will horse dealers continue to torture and arid drug horses in order to de ceive the public and to benefit their own pockets, says Major R. S. Timmis in ."Modern Horse Management," I most am thankful to say that many of these wretched human parasites The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 1 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID Ply $2.50 Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. Gent's Furnishing Goods. Clocks, Etc. motor- Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and Rugs FANCY GROCERIE. -- N- . Furniture, Carpets, and Druggets, high-spirite- d. over-feedin- g Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. OurJTwo LargejLower Floors are Kept Filled With Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, 'Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line the Best Groceries Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. 4 We have 1,000 jards of Straw Matting. in and see it. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come their 1 w ness of the crop makes the f arm- er think of the early frosts of ' the fall of the year. When the tobacco is cut the troubles of the tobacco raiser are not over, the curing and the iouse burning" propositions confront him and the waiting for suitable weather to strip makes him restless, if he wants to get the weed on market early. The most uncertain period however, in the production and sale of the tobbacco, is when it goes over the brakes. It appears from the capers of tobacco market last year, and' the unaccountable drop in prices since the first of the year, that the man with a tobacco crop can .never rest easy until he gets them dumb because they are so slow. As a matter of fact thiy are not dumb, but "they have a dumb way of going at their work. They must go all around an idea several times before they can approach it, to say nothing of asshrilatingit. The only thing such a person needs to practice is concentration. If you are a plodder, Ptop covering the same ground over and over, probably becoming so confused that you miss the point entirely in the end. Learn to think clearly and directly. Don't ion, however unimportant it is because constant practice is the toy, with an idea or decis' biggest factor in learning 3 FOR CHEAP GOODS GO TO QARLIN, ADAIR COUNTY, :; i BLAIR & ELLIS ! t - t We Have a Five' Thousand Dollar Stock of Choice Goods that We are Selling at 'Very hort Profit. STOCK OF SHOES. We Have an EXTRA NICE LINE of Men's and Women's Shoes. Also Shoes for Children. , The Very Best Shoes for men and Women at From $4.00 to $9.00. Our $9.00J Shoes are Selling at Other Places at $16.00.' -- I I thac the horse has is the horE'e dealer. What horse dealer will not mulilate the horse to any degree merely to suit a prevailing fashion or the foolish fancies of an ignoramus who wishes to buy a horse? All horse dealers' v stables should be open to public COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. inspection by the police and humane societies at all times; so should most large stables. For EVERYTHING IN the horse's sake, the quicker the "What's the matter with famotor takes his place for com; ther? He's all right." You may mefcial and showy purposes the have sung it; you probably think better. it. But have you ever told him so? Fathers are taken too much Don't carry your business for granted these 'days. They grouch into your home. It's like receive a great deal of apprecia taking muddy feet into a ChipAlso Ellwood and American Fence. tion which leaves them feeling adpendale drawing room. The quite like a. necessary evil. preclude a sane disvice doesnt if there are all women cussion of troubles, for 'no man in your family, try to include CO- is above gleaning an unlooked father in that general spirit of Incorporated for suggestion pf value from the comradeship, not just when you 16 Eaat Mahci Mreei Delween First and Brock woman who keeps his household want something, but at all times. Louisville, Ky. expenses properly within the Try doing' the things he likes limits of. his income. For the 4? XX4X4XXXX happen to suit same reason he has no right to when it doesn't l$ come home disgruntled, throw-in- g your convenience particularly. everything into a state of Don't discourage his little sur-f fcSOSOJQSJQS- confusion, which his wife has to prises or attentions, because in put in order, after her day's the blundering masculine fashion work. He would not expect his they are not any thing you would business partner to bring him ' really want. You will probably unfinished work at the close of , discover after a short time, that the day. Besides, the amount is a lot more to father, of energy expended in blowing there l"V!BIA. KENTUCKY. C off steam, would fix the cause of aside from the visible means of the grouch so that it would nev- support, than you thought there ' er stick head above board again; was. THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat. Night NELL & CHEATHAM, Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Es-pecial- ly Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. 1 W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE 1 INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES v$$3$r ? ! xx 3- $$4 kv . Madge's twin sister is much more serious minded than she " . 3E- We Have a General Line of Every Things Kept nd our Prices are in a First-class-Stor- e,, and often scolds her for the tomboyish things flhe doe3. One 6 e 1 s! JUr oultry m Vflt Bourbon Remedy 12 Columbia Barber Shop - Right SjxL s && V BLAIR SELMS swt 1 fal ifcr on of these &" ': S4e turned - sisterly on her I- - m& SMi 3eilca nSx gallons of m poultry tomethe best' Known wirh MO mnlr a 6"c till ".S'iVufc!- iMy,.but.-- I wisht -- could ; Vrsi 'J- - " - Cure? and preventi ape, Iiia- bcrncco, cholera, roup and orhcr c'wruetive poultry Peitj Ilaatr ia-c fcotfls of . ft I.PTlfC VW4- - GO 5K 5K LOY A .fc LOWE Sanitary when, both Satisfaction' and4 Gratification are Guaranteed. SI, op, A!i "J?? n .I 5t5flitL FiSc8 Krstij Ca, loatlw. fc. i JVtdrui8t.orby Give us a Trial and be Convinced. u&ffWJ,?'.. "' 4-'" Sold by ihe Jeffries Hardware Store 5KHCHC5K5K?if?K)KHC V 'V U. r&Kj . if- - ' 6T . TAIR COUNTY 3"V3 Army Overcoats Dyed BLACK, DARK BLUE OR BROWN OUR SERVICE WILL SAVE YOU $39XrO v&. 2 isvrtrffmVumS ot CAWthK'rfWem. ... ntsvi"ssxr hc wg?eS?sSM? coro- - R,l ,"i Mil! iM ll! II! W A. LnBr F. SCOTT s 24 & 'S8 & DYERS; Inc. SWISS CLEANERSKENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, Send ylm 1f."''IIIII!iiI1IIIW' Jl Jrcf ! mbBeb hi t t5PBf3bb1 vjBt DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS Hi, 2, 35, AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, Mile SEE r600000 0 8 HI AUTOMOBILE' LINE GoMimDia and Gamobellsvllle wmumBa Cigarettes made to til llll!lllll!,ll TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 9 meet your taste! A. F. SCOTT, i Casey Creek, Ky. TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. 9ci9oGc-Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness never before attained. To best realize their qual- - &m im 1 itycompare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price! 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. PHONE- S:- l Campbellsville, f Columbia, 123 W. E. NOE. our industrial troubles, but it is by no means a new discovery. GIVE US THAT OUR WORK IS We do not Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will win you at once it is so new and unusual. That's what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco gives youl You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of Mother and child doing welL This makes four boys for him. He says he is. going to put out a big crop of tobacco this year, so he can buy overalls, for them. 1 any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any un- seems to be on ev eryone's tongue these days. All our public spirited citizens tell us is the medicine that that will cure our disease of unrest a new remedy just disCo-operati- on pleasant cigaretry odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! Take Camels at any angle ' Sparks -ville correspondent, and wife will leave in,a few days, for AkWe hate to give ron, Ohio. them up as they arp good neighbors. Mr. Riley Jones has pneumonia Mr. J. N. Sparks transacted business at Columbia two days Simpson Rowe, your NEXT UP-TO-DATE JO is covered. But just another name for the Golden Rule and that is as old as the world. "Do unto others as' you would that they should do unto you." The philosophers are correctit is a positive cure for all I know who the Democratic nominee for Presi dent will be, but we are willing to bet our old hat to a pair of darned socks, that W. J. Bryan can come nearer naming him than any other Democrat. E Town News. they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camels qualitv! p ihkH piii 'n 'ii.'w1 last week. The farmers here have about all sold their tobacco. Camels are sotf everywhere in acremtflcauj aealed packages of 20 cigarettes or ten packages (200 cigarette) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office auppljorwhen you travel. ssine-paper-covered R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Sale- N. C. The weather here has been so changeable this winter, that nearly everyone has colds. Not in 'ttu IIVI wirti Heaven. Why He Made Good. ! Rugby. LIVER . The new minister in a Georgia church was delivering his first janitor sermon. The darkey was a critical listener from a Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved back corner of tlje church. The minister's sermon was eloquent t. After a Few Doses of and his prayers seemed to cover the whole category of man's Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of Meadorsvllle, Seventy years of successful use has wants. Higginbotham, of this town, Bays: "At DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD Black-Draugh- Your scribe's school was out last Friday, on Melson's Ridge. We had a successful term, also good attendance. Melson's Ridge has the name of being a tough place, but we found as good people there as can be found in the county. Every one treat- Black-Draug- ht my age, which is 65, the liver does not act so well as when young. A few years ago, my Btomach was all out of fix. I was constipated, my liver didn't act My digestion was bad, and It took so little to upset me. My appetite was gone. I was very weak. . . I decided I would give a thorough trial as I knew it was highly recommended for this trouble. I began taking it I felt better after a few doses. My appetite Improved and I became stronger. My bowels acted naturally and the least trouble was soon, righted with a few Black-Draug- ht made Thedford's. a standard, household remedy. Everyi member, of every family,' at times, cas need the help that give in cleansing the system and re lieving the troubles that come from constipation, indigstlon, lazy liver, etc. Tou cannot keep well unless your stomach, liver and bowels are in good working order. Keep them, that way. Try It acts promptly, gently and in a natural way. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c. a package One cent a dose All druggists. J. 69 Black-Draught Black-Draug- ht ed me with respect. We recomAfter the service one of the mend it as a good school, for any deacons asked the old darkey teacher to teach. what he thought of the new There has been' a lot of land minister. trading here lately. Z. A. Hays "Don't you think he offers up exchanged farms, with TilSeri a good prayer, Joe?" Wheeler, who lived near Grady- 'Ah mos, suhtainly does, boss. ville, Bruce Preston and Millard Why dat man axed de Lord fo' Corbin have bought farms, on things dat de odder preacher Harvey Ridge. Evan Roberts didn't even know the Lord had." bought Strong & Gowen's places here. A woman whose husband hadt; visited died went to a medium, who put here last Sunday night. her into communication with her Rev. Scott a Baptist preacher, late spouse. "John,' said the of Cool Spring, preached an in- woman, "are you happy now?" teresting discourse here last "I am very happy," replied the Sunday. We are glad to know spirit of John. "Are youhappi- that he was called here, for this ler than when you were on earth year. He is now carrying on a with me?" asked the woman. series of meetings at Antioch. "Yes," far happier than I was on earth with you." "Tell me, We are having lots of rain here John, what is it like in Heaven?" Aperson can hardly get now. asked the woman. "Heaven!" any where. exclaimed John, Fm not in. It is a boy, at Lee Sparks. Heaven!" Mr. Belknap Pickett and his sister, Cytha, of Pyrus, I Black-Draug- ht AUCTIONEER-Milltown. 1 Ernest Stotts bought of W. J. Bean 20 acres of land, for Mrs. Flora Rossen and children $300. Mr. Brumlett Butler has a new wood saw and engine, and he is Jack Butler and Bill Beard doing a nice business. Mr. J. H. Slinke r has taken will leave, for Akron, Ohio, in few days to work in The Rubber charge of the Mill at this place. If you want some old time water Factory. mill meal, he knows just how to An infant child, of John Wilson grind it. He has. had 50 years was buried here ene day last experience in the milling busi week. ness. Business Solicited ADAIRJand ADJOINING COUNTIES ' visited week. at W. S. Pickett's last Miss Polly Reece, who has been making her home with -- J., M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. Worlds Highest Dam. your scribe, for the last five months, returned to her home, at Nell, a few days ago. We can recommend her to any one as being a good girl. Mrs. Love Gabbert, the wife M. C. Gabbert, of ft Si fe-S&- H H $&M3J0$!fi ' company; ffi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS jll9IfllK PUREST. . . .R V I W S flg FLOUR IS l'Hfc STAFF OF LIFF THEREFORE. HAVE IT PURE :($ Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Graphophone, Needles, Stationery, Flashlights, Pencils,. Kodaks and Supplies, Razors and Safety RazorBlades. ' highest dam in the of world is the Arrowrock dam at The Idaho, a massive arch wedge of solid concrete, weigh-in- g more than 1,000,000 tons, which rises to a height of 351 feet between mountains a mile high. It was built in four years at a cost of $5,000,000. The artificial mountain lake backing it floods a canyon to a depth of 200 feet for a distance of 18 miles when filled to its capacity. The dam was built by the United ' States reclamation ser-vias a great irrigation project. Boise, this place,, ;tx L E. YOUNQ, "JEWELER," , Columbia, Kentucky. 4tHf4 ce V died Jan., 1st. with a complica tion of diseases. She had been in bad health for a long time. She w,as38 years of age, and had been a faithful member of the Baptist Church, at this place, since childhood. She leaves a husband and six children to mourn their loss. Love was a woman, who was liked by all who knew her. She will be greatly missed in the neighborhood. Your scribe extendi to the bereaved husband and children ,. his sympathy. 6 . 40, Years In the mill business enables us to make the very BEST and -- We don't use anything but the best of wheat in making our Flour; ' ' We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our gat Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. gaf &- - jj We give our special attention to exchange and wm custom work, giving in exchange for60pdund 3$ wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. Wf jl v wMVtfpRARni?!? x-- fi. V.s... rn SSny s. Columbia 1JK Kentucky. 9R If b i. . T J ci', &. '? pi ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. -- ?r -- r "f- - TA s 8 -- U ii WtoMmmkMMMffffl 1 n - v-vrA'- , u fz-- - '"a the rifi7cwe iv iiiL uiilluj , ac nvnm taiimtv aiuid iahjiii. vi -- n 4J '?i;- ypii know jjhat.you have LJQJJID GOLD in your midst? We believe you have and we invite you to join us m "DRILLING'" for it. "Liquid Gold" is but another name for CRUDE OIL which commands such a high price at this. time, and .r higher, that a good oil well is a veritable GOLD-MINE- .. :?:.OivDo still-goin- '. f ' w- ' Geologists andpracticai oil mn are agreed in believing ?Adair County is RICH in OIL and GAS DEPOSITS? but the only way to prove it o GOAiFTER the PRODUCTS with MACHINERY, and this costs MONEY, but if you wilt'come in, with us we beliey-- you will no.fptflv. get back but have a profitable investment as well. is-te yoiif-mone- y ," I' . . ' 4 "' '. ; . . We are capitalized for $100,000.00 and the shares are selling at PAR, or'ShOO each.-Yo- u can buy anywhere from twenty- ..five, shares on up, and with your stock, certificate we give a "Special Refund Contract guaranteeing to pay back to '. you, out of the first earnings of the Company, the full amount of, your CASH Investment. . Vi,V' V v . we are a "HOME COMPANVnyour money will be used for HOM& DEVELOPMENXandnot squandered in ConiVdn missions or Salaries, sent to other sections of the country. If you want tofget rn oft the "GROUND FLOOR" now is your chance. Drilling operations just as soon as we have $6,000.6b in the liahds of our Treasurer, Mr. John W. Flowers,. Cashier of the Bank of Columbia; -- . , jr will-begi- n T Use the .Coupon below for making your Subscription, mailing to the 'Company,1 or Mr. Flowers, or bring it in person. . OFFICERS-Dt - . v P. WeeTcs, Pres. ' TRICO OIL & REFINING COMPANY- SUBSCRIPTION Incorporated v a DIRECTORS' OF THE COMPAHY. --- Judge W. W. Jones, V. Pres. E. T. Kemper, Secy. --- John W. Flowers, Treas. ri 19- COLUMBIA,KENTUeKY ' Capital Stock, $1Q0,000.00 Shares, Par Value, $1.0&: - I hereby subscribe for 1 shares of the Capital Stock of TRICO OIL & REFINING CO., and agree to pay therefor thesum of $ .OO'pef share, and tender herewith $ ,,. . said stock to be delivered to me when fully paid for. No agent has power to alter this subscription in any particular or to make any representation orther than contained "" in the printed forms and litereture. furnished herewith. . All checks, drafts or other form ofechange given in payment hereof must be made payable to JOHN W. . FLOWERS, Treas., Columbiar Kentucky. Subscription taken by Subscriber. Judge W. W. Jones, John W. Flowers, -J. O. Russell, - -T. E. Jeffries, - -H. A. Walker, -- ' 4 D. P. Weeks. E. T. Kemper, ----- Columbia, Ky. . 3 - Formerly of Danville, Ky. TRICO OIL; & REFINING CO., INCORPORATED. "THE COLUMBIA, OME COMPANY." West Corner Public Square. KENTUCKY. OFFICESin Paull Building Xiocal Hew& Z3T iMiaiiiiigi Is On. PEPT0-MANGA- Address. ar East RdieKampaign .!.jbruary i'jinlDed is the time all ovei the States. , ifffow is the time to finish our quot? (dflf845 for this county. VPyery church every Snnday JSchool, s .. ff The streets of Armenia are full of stdrt the young folks on the road to weeping and begging. People crying good health again. , Youth responds n all the time for food and when they quickly. You can buy receive, something they break down in tablet or liquid form of your drugfrom sheer weakness. Of course gist and can always be sure of the cases of genuine by looking for the name there are individual poverty everywhere but never be- "Gud's" on the package. Without fore was a whole nation in such con- the name ' Gude's" t is not dition of destitution. Think, act Oh, It is a fine tonic and blood-makfor the whole family. Physi America, Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan. er TIT e vry id i vidual help save a life. tV!hecas3 of Armenian and Syrian satteting is most desperate, Mr. Hoover sayb, in tne worm. N cians everywhere have used ntafly thirty years. The Latest News. it for Adv FOR PALE SCHOOL All IJeport to Bank of Columbia CHILDREN. Elmer Underwood, one of the best xeafly, fire!" Your humbleGh. known younger, members of the Louis &I: B. T. Watson. ville bar, is dead. Listen to the following: n v Gives trie Help (he J. R. Brother, a prominent mer Conditions here fn Armenia are Body Needs to Make Rich; chants of Owensvilie, aged 63, died terrible. There are houses full of ? man walking last Wednesday morning. nuried. dead. A Red Blood.' I!" $hrpiigh the streets the other day 1Gov. Morrow wiiicall a conference sack, upon in seemed to be carrying a of prominent Democrats and Vestigation it was found .tobe, the! NAME "GUDET ON EVERY" to meet inLouis-vilf- e detStbody of a freshly, killed, man, to consider the road bond issue, Which tne nearer was carrymg uyme Soldi By Druggists in Both Liquid Lof $75,000,000. . tjfMeat. and Tablet Formr-cdicin-al Only a few. cases of flu in Paducah. ; another family a wo man was Virtues arci Ihe Same". J ''Calvin Stapn, a young lounl roasting the body of a baby. In mahofrLixington, prominently: ot'Hgr'places children were seen crack- - "The lessons are hard and the chil bean. held for violating lhSuman bones and devouring the dren are growing, Watch? tKeif d The bank-- fc? was the war time prohibition act." - aodJ10,Q004n looted,jngrrpw. Liberty bonds health and If they become pale and Aln'au&mbbile killed thtee Snuies !r'v" people could listless and don't want to work or American are missing . yaloed at 400 each, near Lexington. .reaftzb that it Is a common thing all play, consult a good physician at once Robert Irwin, son of Judge J. D. through Armenia to see children if you suspect any .serious, aliment OVERWHELMING) lyiui dead in the streets, and that The splendid tonic, Irwin, nSlizabethtownT. K.y., rho is if T t.KiwrDle are forcai to eat each given daily fpr a few weeks, will in working for a circusW: attacked VV' EVIBENGFfAST they would, hate themselves most cases restore the strength and dve lions at Orlando, Fla. He is, now own J1 ' itfa,Hospital, recovering from lape'ra- fbrshkving any siirplris money, ACCUMULATING tions. A'-I 7 a. jy.1 "..i The flu' situation' 'in Chicago' "has UL& . "il ? Pepto-Manga- ' Republi-cansrab-an-earlyda- la' ' well-know- n as constipation," Mrs. Jones said recentdrawing white ly. "My husband suffered greatly from pains in hia back. The pain in The Mayor of Louisville is after the his hips was so bad at times that he gamblers of the city with a hot sticks could hard'y sit down. They will have to leave Louisville if uWe have been taking Trutona for they follow their occupation. several days now and we are both The 14 year old MeGuire girl; who greatly Improved. ' I have a much betwas missing from Louisville, has been ter appetite 'and sleep well at night, located at the home of her uncle, in too, because my .nerves are in such Indianapolis. , S better condition. I'm not bothered, During the recent freshet the high with the headaces so much, either. water did considerable damage along Trutona has relieved Mr. Jones' rheuthe Cumberland. matism and constipation. We both Woman suffrage was' 'rejected by think that Trutona is a wonderful the Mississippi House the vote being medicine." 106 to 25. Trutona is now being introduced y James Cooper Hurt, aged J2, 'died as and explained in Columbia at the Adv a result of an acclden, at'fiis home In Paull Drug Company. C;il Valley, Wayne county. He was 'f" in Monticello when the accident ocSXS5iBexS) curred. He had sold a pair of mules LEE'.GRISSOM. to Frank Tottvir. and. was. carrying them to water. The mule he was riding buciced and threw him ohto the pavemtnt of the MonJJoello Bank. His skull was crushed' and his shoulder broken. screams saved them men to them. jCrab'-jrchari- Two white women were assaulted was troubled by negroes in Louisville, but their with rheumatism and Agents Wanted! EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO YOUR TERRITORY IPs livery automobile owner In your county is a prospect. Sales should be speedy, for the price for this new auto accessory is low, and you can guarantee (1) to eliminate carburetor trouble, (2) save 5 per cent gas, (3) reduce fire insurance, and (4) that no fire can explode the gasoline tank. Write at once for literature and let us explain this new device thoroughly. AND-GENERAL PORTLAND AUTO 377 N. 26th St REPAIR CO. Louisville, Ky. SXS 5X58Xs JOE PATTESON. FUNERAL DIRECTORS We have recentlyopened an ESTABLISHMENT Ithe UNDERTAKER'S 1 Pepto-Manga- . jjI FERTILIZER , "w . mi - in J. 2SV Coffey's building back of Lewis Young's Jeweler Store. We have a Full Line of "Caskets, - EbesyEtc. ' '"' CTp-to-da- , much.improved.-- . ; -- tv t tl? , ; ?c It is estimated that it -- Kentucky sus nusbaniand Wife &ah find .. -- Re- - FARMfiRS' NOTICE hi regard to oee You may not be abletogt it later .than March 1st on actqtmt; I have Government Approved 16 per of R, R. conditions. c -- o fii me nowfui . llf- - ... r S. r add available. Also 4 per cent and 2 per cent TOBACCO GROWER; ACHINER" Wul also SAVE you MONEY on FARM cent, , s- - V f.V- - ..t --V PHONE f 143B, .!- - Owensboro, Ky., Feb. 3. Additional-prFairfield, Nelson county, oof of the ujgnsiial merit to be committed, smciae by snooting himfound in Trutona, the Perfect Tonic, .. 'jnnrf. tv self. ii" v conMfrom Murray AgentsTor the United1 ates claim Jones, n people, who live at that the Loulsvill9 Police is involved 1811 Center Street. The story of th remarkable relief only adds to the 'alin the Wathan whltky frauds. Five theuaacd one hundred' and ready overwhelming evidence, fast accumulating In favor of Trutona. tweaty-oa- a omw. of suicide in th wag suffering from "- tm WTkltadStttMlMtyMr. . and severe headachee and Mr. Joaee "i. "Marshal Qf m . 'li tained a,loss aafaSuifata&Hirti the late sleet. ' VI a. aw -- . as xown i'W K-: iririos. m. ueison, w "-- ssir.iP W??!lM mru iruiina. ; V. .,: We laye alFModern Conveniences, Including an, Lowering te L - r. 'I 'tr Q&y-'b- . '::: Efece. :. bv XI A New Auto Kearse, also a. Rubber Tired MraSRs.'; well-know- i Horse Drawn Hearse. -Call. us bay or flight. Residence Phone No. si Office Pnoj&e No. 17Ir r. " If 'I GRISSOM & PATTESON, - &'' i tt .m ,"" .' : W, :v. i. . JPl '. m f a.-- . B