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The Adair County news: February 11, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920021101_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 11, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'inrir ep - "WSST" ? r"3TW "$&&?, - r - . p ,. f - igfj ft! r ' Cottttttt SfeuiB COLUMBIA, KENTUCKYWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1920. t VOLUME XXIII j Six NUMBER 16. - Well Pleased With Columbia. Mr. A. E. Nacke. the officers and the members of the recruiting party fromCCamp Knox, Ky., which "hate been stationed in Columbia for the past week, take this means' of ex pressing their thanks and appreciation o the citizens and merchants, for their hearty given us during our sojourn here. Our only regret is that we cannot stay longer. However, we hope to be in Columbia again before leaving this section of f) Benefit the County. ' - w The Work of a Busy Man. Dlippcannce of an old Land- - 0'CIock Dlaner. Paid List. Kentucky. Our efforts are not confined to gaining enlistments akShe. One of our main functions is to place before trie public the New Citizen Army of the United States, and to familiarize the public with our effort to give men not only military training but also vocational, educational and physical training, so that when a soldier comitates his enlistment period, he may return to his community and be a benefit not only to himself, but also to his community, by what he has gained physically and mentally. We are glad to be able to say that this has been accomplished Id Columbia by the of its citizens and by their hospitality. Again we beg to thank you for kind treatment and the numerous favors that you have so heartily granted us. Every member of the recruiting party will leave Columbia with regret, but the spirit of its citizens will not be forgotten. Columbia has endeared itself in our hearts and we will endeavor to repay you by always referring to Columbia as the very best town in Kentucky. Notice. Camp Knox at all times welcomes all of you to visit there and see in Ail those holding Warrants against practice that which we have endeavthe County issued April 1919, and of ored to place before in ideas. prior date, are requested to present to REPORT OFTHECONDITION me for payment. Interest to jcease company at this There is a local-oi- l organized or the purpose of deplace veloping - Adair county. The 'icom-pan- y is endeavoring to raise, by sell9 lng stock, six thousand dollars "which is to be expended in putting down a deep wel 'Because oil has not been found in Adair county, does not signify that there Is no oil here Furl thermore, the few wells that have been drilled were shallow. Experts claim that the formations here indi-- . cate oil, but they believe deep wells .will have to be put .down in order to reach it. That is what the local com-- , pany wants to do,and cold water should not be thrown upon the project If oil should be found in this territory it would be the making of Adair county. People from the East:, would flock to Columbia, and in a short time this place and the, surrounding country would be the busiest in South Eastern Kentucky. Therefore, we advise every man who has a surplus to take stock in the company. The moneyed men of the United States have accumulated their immense estate by taking risks. There are quite a number of men in Adair ,county who could strengthen the local company by taking stock, say $100 each, and if oil should ' not be found in paying quantltses, no one would, of this class of men, be serious ly hurt If oil should be found their estates would be greatly enhanced. Take stock and let us build up Adair county. lo-l- al OF THE Feb. 14, 1920. GRADYVILLE STATE BANK, State of Kentucky. At the Close of Business on the 30th day of Jan. 1920. RESOURCES BERT EPPERSON, County Treasurer. Joppa Loses a Fine Woman. Laso Thursday night Mrs. Hattie Willln, who was the devoted companion of Mr. Isaac Willin, died at her late home near Joppa, Adair county She was about fifty years old and besides her husband, she leaves several children. She was an excellent Christian woman, devoted to her husband and children, who have lost the best friend they ever had. Mrs Willing before her marriage, was a Miss Montgomery, a haltsister of the late Scott Montgemery. Her funeral was largely attended, and there were many ' flowers. V Doing Business at Town op Gradyville County op Adair Loans'and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Gash on hand Banking' House Furniture and Fixtures """ 75 140 42 3 102 81 7 000 00 26 505 82 6 185 16 2 947 69 $120SS2 90 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In. in Cash SurplusFunds fc Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid -- Deposits Subject to check S97 873 48 15 000 00 4 300 00 8 709 42 97 873 48 1li Seriously Hurt. total 1 STATE OF KENTUCKY I - County of Adair Set. We, W. M. Wiunore audC. O. Moss,V. PresiMr. C. M. Hagan, of Greensburg, dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is was a victim of an accident in Louistrue to the best of our knowledge and belief. ville, last Thursday which may prove W. M. Wilmore. Vice President fatal. Mr. Hagan and P. H Moll, of C. O. Moss, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th Bowling Green,- - Were in an American day of Feb. 1920. My commission expires Jan. 2L 1924. Express Company's wagjn when a Port Geo. E. NelL Notary Public land car ran into it. Mr. Hagan was N. H. Moss, f 120 882 90 conveyed to the hospital, his head be'l ing badly crushed. LATER Mr. Hagan lived' but a Death at Roy. few hours after being taken to the hospital. His son, W. Herman Hagan, Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. Alta is cashier of theJTirst National Bank, May Bailey, who was the beloved wife Louisville, and Mr. Ellis Workman, of George Bailey, died at her late Deputy United States Marshal, is his home, near Roy, this county. She was only twenty-fou- r years old and I was a daughter of the late Walker I have just put in my barn in Columbia Cravens, of Busseil county. She left fifty fresh mules, in this tot I have no children. The deceased was a thirty big heavy mules 4 to 7 years old, very amiable character, and was loved closely mated. You are invited to call by the neighborhood; The funeral andburial took place .Friday and they and inspect them. S. M. BURDETTE. were largely attended. J.R.Tutt. U. K. Whitlock, Directors. ' son-in-la- v- . a gathering of Methodist ministers at this place last Wednesday, in the interest of the centenary Man's umbrella, silver trimming, small tear in' cover. Finder will movement. The meetings were held in the Methodist church in the afterjplease call News office. was - ) Lost.- - Forrest Gabbert, who' recently bought a large boundary of land in "Ways county, is not a son of Dr. Z. T. Gabbert, this'county, but ' &- - rela. tive. . medium 10l2Best sheep $7.00;- bucks 36.C0 down. Have last received onr first sMpaent Butter Country 3334c lb. ef Ladies Spring Suits an coats. Eggs Fresh, case count candled and see then. 50c noon and evening. RmxII St Ct. A pure-bre- d Boar for .. Circuit court will open at JamesThere were six applicants for High Cecil Doahcr, Columbia, Ky.. town next, Maday.r The docket will chnoi nartificates. Miss Iva Holla- Mr. L. Y. Gabbert iias removed Next Saturday will be 'VataatiM day made ttw highest grade SUO-ll- . .be light, court not. holding longer Bornv t.thwif of Leo C. WrW;; "fif in Gadberry to Khlfley, Ky. .? Day. LvalsviUe, Dec 23, a Allrix -r 1 sales. 314. n -- Thert Over $2,000,000.00 of real estate sold f by Swinebroad, the Ileal Estate Man, The old briok building which has of Lancaster, Kentucky, in 19l9r, stood upon the H. N. Miller lot frontOver 10,000 acres of land, at an aver--, ing Water Street, for a century, is age price or more than' 5200.00 per J being razed, and anew and handsome acre. Swinebroad is farms, cottage will be erected upon the lot, preparing his catalogues and- - fixing but not upon the same site. It will his dates .for 1920. His territory cov come down." thirty or forty feet nearer ers about fifteen counties in Central, the street. Mr. Miller will build it, as Kentucky. we understand, for rent. It is a If you want to buy or sell real' es tate now is the time to get in touclvf beautiful lot, and when the new residence is up, it will be a delightful with his "Real Estate Headquarters." place to live. We are glad Mr. Miller Swinebroad also has offices at Dandecided to remove 'the old building, ville, Ky., in charge of W. E Moss, as it had been unfit for occupancy for who has been with him over two years. nve or six years. ' Swinebroad is one real estate man Horace Walker has the contract t who believes in advertising, having put up the new building. spent over 810,000 in newspaper ad vertising last year.and he is thus enAll Doing Well. abled to'give service, and service is what the public is looking for. , .Mr. Walter Murrell, who lives in The jeal estate business is a profession, and the same' ethics of the Aberdeene, Miss., was here last week, He stated to the News that he profession must prevail in order to succeed as in any other profession or came via West Point, Miss., and met business, and success is not to be the Adair County colony located at measured in dollars and cents alone, that place. He said that Mr. C. S but in the clientage the real estate Harris was the busiest man in all broker holds and the, reputation he that country, buying and selling makes for fair dealings and a judge of land and that he and his family were perfectly delighted with their location. values. Mr J. A. English, he said, had Years of experience and a close sold his farm at a jood profit, and study of past and current financial conditions are necessary for him to that he was looking around with the become an expert judge of present view of purschasing another boundary of land Mr. Englsh has been sick, values and future probabilities. The real estate farm broker should but he is rapidly improving. Mr. Murrell said his people at have an actual and practical expes Aberdeene, were doing well and were ience in farming to be able to judge of the adaptability of certain soils to perfectly satisfied, and that the other certain crops. In other words, he Adair County people in Mississippi ought to know just what he can do were contented with any farm before he can advise A cottage for rent. with a prospective- purcnaser with W. F. Cartwrighte reference thereto. Swinebroad has Arm Broken. this experience and will not offer for sale a farm or other p roper tyjjunjessjk in his judgement the price asked will Mr. ' J. wi Last Thursday-morninjustify a purchase. familiarly called BurYoung, who is Select the man with whom you de- ly, by all his friends, met with a very sire to transact real estate business serious accident, no left town in a with the same care you select your machine, going out the Burkesville physician, your lawyer or your banker, pike until he was beyond Mr. W. B. . whether you want to sell or want to itowe s residence. Mere ne stopped. buy. Your savings of a life time, or to transact some business. While your future financial condition may cranking the machine to make the be at stake. If you cannot trust your return trip, there was a kick and Mr, real estate broker don't do business Young's right arm broken above the with him. When you select your wrist. Dr. C. M. Russell reduced the real estate broker Jist your property fracture, and at this time the patient with him exclusively (talk this prop- is suffering but little. osition over with Swinebroad) and asMarriage Licenses. sist him when you can. He is then justified in spending time nnd money County Clerk Neat has issued the in advertising and pushing the sale of your property. following marriage licenses since our Remember, Swinebroad "always sells," so if you want last report: to buy or want to sell real estate give Johnny Perkins and Susie Enyart. Swinebroad or Moss an opportunity Henry C. Curry and Marie Smith. to talk it over with you. Just a. little Olie Sexton and Altha Brummett. talk with them may make or save J. L. Grant and .Cordia Stotts. you money without cost to you Arvin Franklin and Zora Hare. Swindbroad deals in real estate not Henry Powell and lna Albertson. only as a broker but as a purchaser. Died Near Dent. If you want to sell be sure to see him. If you want to buy he has farms and On the second day of this month other real estate of his own for sale. Mrs. Ruth Blair, who was the wife Left for Gretna Green. of Wm, Blair, died at her home near Dent. She was about twenty-eigyears old and a splendid good Mr. Howard Spears and Miss Eula Garrett, a young couple of this place woman. eloped for Jeffersonville last ThursMr. R. B. Wilson and his son, W. & day night. They will likely return be- Wilson, have purchased the cigar fac fore this announcement is published. tory at Campbellsville. . On Depot The bride is a daughter of Mr. A. L. street, same city, there has been a Garrett, and has been a saleslady in transfer. J. M. Kearnes sold to V.' her father's store for soma time. M. Gowjly his machine shop and resiThe intended husband is a son of Mr. dence. Roy W. Walker and Miss Nell James C. 'Spears, who is now the Scott, of the Casey Creek section,' Town ' Marshall. of polumbia. We were married in Campbellsville a few take it that they will be forgiven, and days ago. in the meantime the best wishes of We understand that the present The News go with them; board of town trustees calculate to do The recruting officers who were a great deal of needed improvement here secured fourteen- - men for 'the on the streets this year. A new conservice They were' from different crete walk to the Lindsey-Wilsoparts of the county They have all should at once engage its attention. left for the Camp. When that job is completed the say. Amen. D. E. Phelps shlpped.a car load ,of whole town will hogs and cattle to Louisville Monday. Born, to the wife of Elmer Redman, He paid $13.60 for the hogs. February 3, a son. -now-listing mark. -- One of the prettiest social events of The following persons have called 02 the winter was a dinner given by sent in their subrcriptions since our Mesdames Gordon Montgomery, Geo last issue: Staples and Geo, Stults, at the home C. W. Bryant, M. F. Judd, H. B of Mrs. Stults, on Greeasbarg St, Ingram, Bert Smith, Mrs. Lena PauUi, Friday evening, Feb. 6. Three tables W. P. Agee, M. L. Mitchell, Mrs, Ei were beautifully decorated in red and E Epperson, W. F. Neat,, Geo. A. green, the center of each table con- Young, John Rose, O. D. Parson, W. taining a basket of red roses and C. Smith, Harlan Keltner, Dr. T. T. v ferns. The hand painted place cards Baker, Charley Cole, Mrs. Venle Cole were in red and green and the color Mrs. Sallie Traylor, Geo. Coffey, E. S. scheme was carried throughout the Rice, Floyd Watson, E. E. Cole S. F.. delicious six course menu. Covers McKinley. Mrs. Puss Williams, R. W. were laid for the following: Mesdames Dillingham, Rev W. A. Grant, E. IT, Lee Grissom, Bruce Montgomery, Hor- Salmon, C. H. Yates, J. W. Grasam, ace Jeffries, Jo Patteson, C. M. Rus Z. A. Taylor, Ida G. Waikuc W. A. Tobacco Canvass at uoney, w. n. Myers,- - J.JsananKs, Murray's Store. B. E. Rowe, Eris'Barger, W. B. Patteson, J. L. Walker, A. D. Patteson, Adair County Farm for Rent. Daisy J. P. Hutchison, Og.'-'SlillerHamlett, W. B. Jones, Woodruff It is located five miles East of Co Flowers, Arthur Prather; Misses Sal-li- e lumbia, Ky., known as the Larkln De- Baker and Minnie Trlplett. Hart farm. The farm lies on SulDelightfully Entertained. phur Fork. It joins S. H. Absher Allen McGaha and Fred Grlder. It Miss Verly Phelps entertained about contains 87 acres. School and church mile. There are about 25 30 of her young friends, on Feb. 5th, one-hafrom 7 to 10 o'clock, it being her 17th acres in good shape for corn and oats, anniversary. She received many pres- and it is good tobacco land. Also a ents. Games were played and music good orchard. We will rent it the Delightful refreshments coming year for 3100 cash, and cash rendered. were served. All expressed themselves must be paid whsn the trade is closed. R. W. Dillingham, as having spent a very pleasant evenR. R. 2, ;Champaign, III. enjoy ing. May she live long and many more birthdays as this one. sell, Allen Walker, Fred BUI. - t. , lf XX Mrs. V Interesting Figures. - J. G. Eubank entertained at a The following figures show some of dinner party, last Saturday, from 12 the valuations of Adair county propuntil 4 o'clock. A delightful menu erty for the year 1919: was served, displaying Mrs. Eubank's Poultry 8 42,715.00 culinary art. 60.9S5.00 Automobiles Musical Instruments 227,003.00 ForSale. Libraries 32,042.00 .. f H. & K. Furniture 148,320.00 One Typewriter, good as new4-Livestock 824,785.00 5,546,606.00 Land Value Birthday Anniversary Dinner. I will sell at Edmonton, Ky., Saturday, Feb. 14th, Thirty good S H. Mitchell and wife Mules, ranging in age from 2 to were hosts on Monday, last, at their 7 years old, 14 3-- 4 to 16 hands home, near town, on the Edmonton high. I will have in this sale a road, to a small party of invited lot of good, weighty, well brokguests at a dinner given in honor of h birth en teams. If you are in need of Mr. Mitchell's Ex-sheri- ff sixty-sevent- anniversary. The sumptuous dinner, prepared and served under the personal super- vionof Mrs. Mitchell, consisted of the many good things that go towards satisfying the wants of the inner man. and in a way which could not be excelled. Mr. Mitchell was warmly congratu lated upon having reached the ripe age he has, and everyone present ex Dressed the hope that he would live to see many returns of the day. a good team or a single mule you cannot afford to miss this sale. Every mule will positively be sold without reserve or limit. S. M. BURDETTE. At the last meeting of the town Board of Town Trustees Mr. J. C. Spears was elected Town Marshall. He accepted the position and as soon as the weather fairs he will commence cleaning off the rubbish on the square and streets. He held the position some pears ago, making a good officer. Markets. Jo Poultry Raisers. ht Eggs, baby ohioks and a few birds. S. C. R. I. Reds. Anconas. and Bour Louisville, Feb. 9. Cattle Prima bon Red Turkeys. JohnG. Poorman export steers $12.0013.00;heavy 11110-in- g and H. Cecil Seppard's 200 egg strain. 10 50.12.0O; light 39(5)9 50: heifers Phone No. 181 M. 38.0011.50; fat cows, $7.0010.50; meMiss Dora Young, Ky. Joppa, dium $6. to 7.00;cuttersS5.50(aj6.00 36.509.50;feeder5 The Stars and Stripes, the largest flag owned in Columbia, the property $810.50;stockers37.00to$9.50 choice of Rev. B. T. Watson, was taken trom milch cows S100125;medium $7510O his home some weeks ago. The one common 35575. who has it will please return to his Calves Receipts 197 head. Price residence. steady. Choice veals $16.5017.00; Wanted. medium 9.0012.00; common 5.007f A large cherry wardrobe and chest was good. of drawers. Apply at the News office. , Attention of our readers is called to down $11. 00 throwouts $12;25 down. the ad of G. B. Swinebroad, in today's Sheep and head. blue-grapaper. If'you want to buy a steady all through, nest lambs farm, write him and attend his market Lambs-Receipts- ,50 ss Hogs Receipts 2,532 head. Demands Best - hogs 120 lbs and up 15.25; 90 to 120 lbs 312.75; 90 lbs Ce ' sk. than-oettwee- s -- 4 .3., v - a A ty ; - 0f XY- - "N J k tp: 4CTf- - r? " f -- "' JUT" C, ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Professional oj Man's Income Tax. HENRY W. DEPP, STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! . .9 I Have a Full Line of Clothing for M en and Boys. , 5 My Shelves are Full of the LATEST STYLE SHOES for Men, Ladies and Boys. I Can Please You Both in Quality and Price TERNS and They are Being SOLD at SHORT PROFITS. 9 9 1 9 DBJNTI8T Income Tax is an easy job for he professional Am permanently located in man. By education and trainColumbia. ing he is accustomed to drawing All Classes of Dental Work Done. up statements. He has records Crownadge and Inlay Work a of transactions involving income, Specialty. and keeps well in, touch with his All Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. expenditures. Just what he is allowed to deduct as professional expense, in figuring his net income, is what he wants to know each year as JU. the tax season arrives. ThereVeterinary Surgeon and drills! fore, a review of the items in Special attention given Diseases of a general is given in this article. Domestic Animals Figuring H. Jones 1 Returns for 1919. The present Income-ta-x law requires that returns for 1919 be filed on Office at Residence, 114 mile of town, od Jamestown road Phone G. i i t, i t The Ladies' Dress Goods Department is FULL of the LATEST PAT- FARMING IMPLEflENTS. 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 You Need. Call for it. Remember, too, Sell the CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILE, Easiest Running Car Made, and it is Very Durable. I the or before March 15, Columbia, Ky. office of the Collect1920, at the or of Internal Revenue for the ents, patients, etc., these should district in which the taxpayer be included in the gross income lives. At least of for the taxable year in which rethe tax due must accompany the ceived, unless they are included return. when they accrue to him in acAn unmarried person must file cordance with an approved metha return if his or her income was od of accounting followed by $1,000 or over; and a married him. person living with wife (or husband) must file if their joint net Fifteen were killed outright income was $2,000 or over. A and many injured in North Onwidow or widower, or a married tario when a second section person living apart from wife crushed into a sleeper. (or husband,) is classed as a single person. The attacks from the pulpit of The requirement to file a Feda French Cardinal on modern eral Income-ta- x return is not dances has caused a great furore contingent upon there being a in Paris. tax due. is used for net Form 1040-one-quart- er A income of not more than $5,000; If You Cannot Come to Greensburg, Write for Prices. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, It was given this name cause be- i KENTUCKY. Channel. During the late years the oil fields of Wayne Couuty have been thoroughly developed, the oil being transported by pipe lines to Somerset, where it is refined. The old "Devil's Tar" of Cumberland River, that spoiled the ofd woman,8 goose feathers, has become probably the most powerful industrial factor in the world. Oil Press. Old i d old- - darkened the feathers of geese which was one This is the one hunbredth anni- of the principal revenues of the versary of the discovery of oil mountaineer woman. in America, according to F. H. As late as 1896 this well was Banby, of Fort Worth, in the being taken Petroleum Journal (of Wichita still in use, the oil Kans.,) who has an interesting from the well by means of a cup story to tell in connection with attached to a fishing pole. The oil was then used for rough the discovery. "Kentucky, not Pennsylvania, lubricating purposes, and as an was of Ohio or West Virginia, is the external application mother state of petroleum," great value in preventing ticks Bagby says and he cites the offi- among the cattle. The story relates interestingcial report of the Kentucky State Inspector of Mines ss his ly how the first barrel of oil authority. ever shipped in this country "Ic was 100 years ago, goes came from this first well. the story, that certain residents An enterprising citizen of of Curaberlad Gap, Tenn., began a quest for salt by drilling a Wayne County, dreaming of the well, using horse power, on the oil as a commercial possibiliey, banks of the Cumberland River, collected a barrel of the fluid. Hefioated the first shipment in Wayne County, Kentucky. At less than 100 feet a dark down the Cumberland, Ohio brown liquid came out of the and Mississippi Rivers to New hole. The quest for salt was a Orleans, from where it was disappointment and was aban- consigned to a chemist in Londoned, the well being allowed to don for analysis. When it reachdestination, customs stand open. The new discovery ed its officials were unable to either , was not even named, but the name or describe the product, flu d continued to rise from the which they were required to do well and cover the waters of the before allowing it to enter. The Cumberland River. problem was solved by knocking . The liquid ivas later named the head out of the barrel and IZDavil'iTar" by native women: pouring the oil into theEnglish Givss Kentucky Credit For First Oil. it had their children act on the streets, yet they cannot expect them to act with the proper soberity unless they are taught. Give us back once more the fashioned, sweet mannered children happy and wholesome in their play but gentle and quiet in public. It may sound cute the first time a child says, "Betcher life," or "Nuttin doing," but these phrases soon lose their attraction and sound only ill-bre- Fashioned Children. d. In passing groups of children on the street we sometimes wonder what has become of the quiet, well mannered of yore. Perhaps we saw "so many of them we failed to appreciate them but now the species seems to be nearly extinct. By quiet, well mannered children we do not mean sissy boys and little old maids. No one can find a happier sight than good, wholesome children at play but they should know there is a place for their shouting and their play and that place is not on the public streets, where they care- On a Long Talker. Form 1040 for net income over $5,000. Instructions and a working sheet accompany each return form. Every firm of professional men operating as a corporation must make an annual return of net income on Form 1120; if operating as a partnership, a return on Form 1065 must be filed. Gross Income. An individual's gross income from a profession includes all compensation forjhis services. Where services are paid for with something other than money, the fair market value of the thing taken in payment is the amount to be included as income. If the services were rendered at a stipulated price,"in the absence of evidence to the contrary such price will be presumed to be fair value of the compensation received. Health About Gone thousands o! suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardul, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, ofHayne,N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were Many women about gone." TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic She writes further J am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc, every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have Used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. "I am not going to talk long this evening. I have been cured of that. The other night I was making a speech when a man who had been imbibing in Bevo and raisins entered the hall and took a seat right in the front row. I had not been talking an hour when I noticed he was becoming fidgety. Finally he arose and asked: "Shay, how long you been In the case of a salary receiv- ed, this should be shown separately, in Block B, of the return. lessly run into everyone as if they had the right of way 'and without as much as a backward glance go tearing on. Mothers probaly do not realize the way lecturin'?" I smiled good, naturedly at the interruption and replied: "About four years, my friend." "Well," he remarked, as he sat down, "I'll stick around you must'be damn near through. -- Arizona Magazine. professional men and women lawyers, medical examiners, teachers, accountants, etc. are officers or employes of a state, or a political subdivison of a state, such as city, 'town or county. Their salaries" or wages as such officers of employes are exempt from the Federal Income tax. The exemption also applies to fees received by notaries public commissioned by states, also the comimssiona of receivers appointed by state courts. As to fees for services to cli- Many All Druggists J12 v ' r- - i ... ? "smv?" :J: itS P"" -- '" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 - K i IS YOUR LIFE x m IS II I INSURED? S Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE If Big Value in lires for Small Cars & COMPANY, 81 OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. & 5K We sell the best for the least money. See G. T. 24--C. STUltTS, flgei?t, COLUMBIA; KY. & PHONE as Fonthill. Amanda Luttrell is numbered with the sick at this Mrs. writing. Dr.L. D. Hammond and Hollis Smith left Sunday for Frankfort. Mr. W. W. Emerson bought three bead of sheep of Walker Wilson price $20. G. W. Emerson bought a nice cow of Silas Roy price $75. Pierce Roy, of Kansas city, after an absence of six years visited relatives here last week. Mr. Roy served with the A. E. F. He is holding a position in the city above mentioned at a salary of $160 month. Mr. L. A. Hatfield and family have moved to their new home in Pulaski county. Miss Ruth Irvin left last week for Rantoul Illinois. Mr. Carl Rexroat who has been employed at Knifley for the past three months, is visiting home folks at this writing. Mr. E. C. Bradshaw seld 12 acres of land to Ed Withers price $100. Mr. James Holt who is Justice of the Peace, is in Frankfort on business this week. Mr. W. W. Owens a prominent live stock dealer of Longstreet, bought 4 head of hogs of L. A. Hatfield. Average weight 134 pounds, price 11 cents. y The sale of Mr. L. V. drew a large crowd. His property sold for good price. He Gad-berr- and his wife wiil leave in a short time for Detroit, Michigan. They were highly respected here. We regret their moving. W. D. Thornton delivered a nice bunch of baskets to H. L. Wade & son of Irvin, s store, iast week. He has followed the trade for more than 40 years. His make of baskets have made their way to various states. Mr. E. J. Walters spent a few days of last week with relatives in Casey county. J. B. Walters and wife, Frankfort, Clarence Walters, of Star City, Indiana, C. M. Walters of Pidcoke, Texas, who left here 28 years ago, reports many changes have been made. Death has claimed for its victim many of his former associates a number reside in various states. May this be a prosperous New Year for the News and its many readers. Two feet is the usual stride of an ostrich, but when the bird is Back of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires for small cars is the same purpose to supply high value in the product that is behind the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that equip the most expensive automobiles built. This purpose is expressed by the enormous resources, extraordinary skill and scrupulous care applied to the manufacture of Goodyear Tires in the largest tire factory in the world devoted solely to the 30x3, 30x3 Vi- and -, 31x4-inc- h sizes. The effect of this endeavor is noted in the fact that last year more cars using these sizes were factoryequipped with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. It is also noted in the fact that, if you own a Ford Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car requiring the sizes mentionedyou can secure Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearest Goodyear ServiceStation. ftWW - Fabric, 30x3 All-Weath- er Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread fc VJ t-- rQQ rnze 30x3JA Goodyear Single-Cur- e Fabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread f 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 than tubes ot less merit. 30x3 size - in water $322 proof bag,, alarmed and begins to run it changes its mincing stride for 14 foot steps, which carry it over the ground at a rate of 25 miles an hour. Young Mrs. Torkins says that if experience were as good a teacher as advertised, Charley would by this time'have learned something about which horse to The Long Arm of Crime. Wise Men Say Many people imagine that the QUICK-RELIE- F present reign of crime in our great cities has no effect upon our rural population, But they are in error. For Rheumatism, Sore Muscles Neuralgia. Backache. Headache and all natnc Mnw KarV II ft tails to ease any ache or pain ia any part oi too body In twenty minutes. Price 60c w AT DRUGGISTS, or bu nan vostpcUd IT HAKES PAIN SAIL BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Leitoston. Ky. bet on. p The Louisville Trust i CO LOUISVILLE" KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Mlllior Dollars. Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Asenti Commltteeland Trustee, andjcan qualty as such in any County in the State. Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G.'STITH, Sec Mercury is produced in the provinces of Ciudad Real, Granada and Oviedo, but the most important mines in Spain are those of Ciudad Real, which are located at Almaden and cover a surface of 485,187 acres, They are owned and operated by the state. To prevent newly-painte- d win- Crime extends its paralyzing Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store blight even to the remotest crossroads of the backwoods of righteousness and a desire to country. see justice prevail. The press of the cities is filled Many of the courts in the large exploits of criminals. cities are anything but what with the These papers are read broadcast. they should be. To the young fellow just apJudges frequently owe their cerproaching manhood there is elections to politicians. The tain glamour attached to these politicians owe their power to lurid newspaper stories which the gang. The gang demands give the criminal much the asthat lenience be shown certain pect of a hero. criminals with a pull. The polThe atmosphere cannot be other than degenerating to the young mind just approaching maturity, especially if the youth be weak minded and inclined to iticians o. k. That working farther than whining. Gordon Jerbaugh, - o Mr. That misery is rust on a mind Portland, Indiana, is visiting; that has stopped working. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,-AThat the smaller the mind, the J H. Harden, at the present-timelonger it takes to make ic up. That he who lives Mr. Gobel Wheel?r, who has been in Wads worth, Ohio, tor will get yru the past four months, is at homer now. . . Miss Myrtie Lawson, who has without folly is not as wise as he imagines. been on the sick list, is belter writing. ' That the man who never does at this anything he doesn't like rarely Married, on the 28th of J 'f.y Johnny Perkins to Miss Susie likes anything he does. Enyart. In Phone 13-- A. Business Phone 13-- B. Dr. J. N Murrell DENTIST -- The farmers are taking advantage of the pretty weather to bum their plant beds and from the number of plant beds bjng burned there wijl be crop of tobacco next year- a-la- rge? - dows from sticking, open and run them up and down two or three times a day for Ihree or four days, Unless this is done the windows are almost bound to stick. Always paint them as be would. An endless chain, with pow It is so right in our own com- erful links pulling' for the crim- early in the day so as to give GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB them a chance to dry before you munity. inal at the expense of law and t IS OUR WORK fasten them at night. There is yet another side to order. the story a pitable side to any These sardid facts are played UP-TO-DA- their demands, aDd we have a strong suspicion that judicial necks are bowed to the yoke in fear of disaster at coming elections. Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. On the 18th of Jan., MiC David Harden's birthday, a fevp UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY Knifley. of his relatives spent the day with liim. it being his 79th year Those present were: Mr. anrJ Mrs. A. H. Harden, Mr. Wler Arnold and family, Mrs. Delia Ferguson, Mrs. Lillie Harden.. Miss EvaJHancock, Mr. Gordon Zerbaugh, of Portland,, Ind- We will ' IISHMBMII U N DERTAKE R. - I keep on hands a fall atook of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. TT, galHr, . Columbia, Ky- - aJt-j- T ii-ait JEfe mXaXZXXD C GBSGBsSsWB B i tm-.ll't- m $150 AND $2.00. Several from this section county court at man who is blessed with a sense up by the city press, are read attended Columbia last Monday. with avidity by the young men Miss Lettie Feese spent last of the country, and either inSunday witlr Lillian Harden w flame the juvenile imagination jf-- n VMAUIV and Bessie Absher. wi Lbout question If Hunt's Salv or destroy respects for the fails in the tea troentof Eczema, Miss Lillie Harden is on the letter, Kincworm, J ten, etc. Don't become discouraged becourts. cause other treatments frilcd. sick list at this writing. Hunt'sSalTahas relieved hundreds of racb cam. You ca't The long arm of crime extends lose oa oar Money JSmeh Mr. Willis Hadley has purach-aae- d Guarantee. Try it t Mf risk TODAY. Price 75et even to greater lengths than the farm of Mr. G. H. Paull Prug Company. law. Sold by that of the Slaughter. furnish the Adair County News and Cincinnati Weekly Enquir er, one year each, for 81.90. The KZ quirer is the best weekly that comes to this part of the State, and ?. coa tains ail the Kentucky news. j j . &$, X Pew of the many bargains. ?- - .. a , r ' -- v " S" ; ib keg, .: ln- T?lce, 11" t i ponci': oei '$,. i 12k . , " -- 'm'i- - - - . f THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS H 44 - l. i. me lass weett uu 1.- , luuae iea track. tobacco market at uampeiisvuie s.nfleitlcnwfiierioTOtea to the Interert ber trained for the ; Cnlnrablm ud.tb ptosl of Adair .lnifvf They both were verv well - tad afl5f"t"g countle. Since our recollection, and that pleased with the sale .of tobacco. lt I goes someway DacK, 1 Liouisvuie ' If th& weather is suitable we $ Entered at the Columba' as second never had as inefficient force, as " t take it that the larger part of . ' jl iss man matter, AT 10 A M., (RAIN OR SHINE.) i is now patrolling that city. Ac '" tobacco crop" - in this section the cording to the dailies published Farmers are H- WED. EER 11, 1920. in that city it is made up o willbe marketed. hauling their daily prizing and drunkards, gamblers and thugs. Five miles North of Springfield on Willisburg Pike (a state aid pike) in the Pleasant" LOCATION croDS to the market while the Subscription Price 1st andl2nd Postal Zon3 neighborhood known at the John Brown farm. The BEST farm in the BEST belt of land in the Grove 150peryer. A bill has passed the lower grade of tobacco that we make 2n&$2.00 peiTyear ' All Zones beyond due and Payable in Advance House of the Kentucky Legisla-tur- e in this section is not selling on county. t? A Subscription frame dwelling two halls; two porches, cell ar IMPROVEMENTS: New, to pay election officers $5.00 the market as high as it was cistern. Located on elevation with beautiful yard, good garden and fruit. per day nd to keep the polls earlier inr the season, but at the Four tenant houses; two tobacco barns; stock barn, 64x80 feetl Barn room for 25 acres tobacco; othert A mob of 500 men attempted nnpn nnt;i q o'clock. It will Dresent prices we can make outbuildings. Wateied by pools, springs, andponds, negro probably be killed in the 'Senate. money by growing the- weed. The best watered farm in the county. to secure Will Lockett, the 34 ACRES in wheat; 50 ACRES rye, 40 ACRES new meadow; 50 ACRES clover land to plow" man who, murdered Our fathers when we were 80 ACRES Blue Grass sod. Land level and partly rolling. No waste land. 200 ACRES of this farm is The House has killed the bill boys raised it for 4 and 5 cents Geneva Hardeman, and lynch ready RIGHT NOW to grow the very best tobacco. him, at Lexington, Monday. allowing one dog to the family per pound, they thought they Mr. Shewmaker has bought anotherjaam andh'e has instructed us to SELL this one, and of course you The State troops fired into the free of tax. The House also were getting good money for will remember that Swinebroad "ALWAYS SLLS." bill giving to every mob, killing four men and wound- killed the their tobacco. If our farmers and sold in tracts to suit the.purchaser. You caa buy the size farm you The farm will be others. Excitement Kentucky soldier and sailor a would adopt the plan of our old ing a dozen want be it 25 .acres, 40 acres, 75 acres, 00 acres, or more. iB high and United States troops bounty of $100. friend, Ed Whitlock,who beyond In splendid neighborhood close ttf school and church. Taylor were ordered to at Camp a doubt was one of the best Gradyvllle, Lexington. If you are looking for the VERY BEST grade of land FERTILE ready to "PUNCH" and grow farmers that ever lived in this the crops, DON'T MISS THIS' OPPORTUNITY. " section of the county, who was GOV. MORROW POKES. Remember at Swjnebroad's sale you get a square deal no Our farmers are burning plant the first to get his cxod trans ' - Claiming " Immediate Possession. planted and the first to get that he referred to beds this week. offices created in the state since Terms Easy. 10 Per cent, cash; 23J per cent, cash or negotiable note; remaining, Ben Yarberry, of Gadberry, through cutting and by the way in five Wilson, was in our midst the first of the the first one to get his crop on payments. yearly the election of President fill out his week. Look at this farm before sale day it will appeal to you. Gov. Morrow, to the market, and he always realcount, goes back to the Trustees cattle; 10 head cows and calves; three yearling mare Mr. Shewmaker will also sell 50 head 800-lStrong Hill is erecting a new ized good money for his tobacco. probmules; six brood mares; 80 head black faoed ewes; a Tkan Tractor; a 0 of the Jury Fund, created Case Thresher; a lot of mill in our town at this time. And his bpother, U. N. was farming implements. ably fifty or one hundred years of a just about the same-kiW, L. Grady has finished For further particulars and to show you the farm see Mr. Shewmaker at the farm, or ago, and one of the first acts of along this line. Give, us prizing his crop of tobacco which farmer more farmers like the Whitlock the Commonwealth of Kentucky was twelve hhds. boys is what old Adair needs. in her infant days. This is the L. Willis and G. E. Nell were way he pads his list with one We wifl ring off for this time in Louisfrom each on the tobacco market jury commissioner by asking what are we going to KY. county, making 120. He then ville last week. do for the betterment of the roads Robert Caldwell, of Milltown, counts the policeman at the Ky. in Adair County we can speak was in our midst one day last State Fair, who only serve one for this part of the' cfunty we E DINNER ON THE iROUND. week, looking after hogs. o out of week 104 incumber, have just come to the point his 391 useless offices there in Garnett Dowell, of Milltown where we must do something or We will furnish the Adair County An aged horse and mule for sale. fairness should be deducted 224, section, was in our midst last stay down on this creek all winNolicer 15 4t G. A Atkina, Milltown, Ky farming News and Cincinnati Weekly Enquir leaving only 107 offices created Friday looking after ter without getting anywhere. er, one year each, for 81.90. The since Wilson went into office in- implements. iee WaKer Goff for special rates to THE We take it that any proposition NEWS is $1.50 an quirer is the best weekly that comes stead of 381. Some of the rest Uncle R. O. Keltner'says corn that is put before our people for Campbellsville and Lebanon. $2.00 per year. Send in to this part of the State, and it con- Chauffeurs of these offices are important is not worth over six dollars a better roads will be accepted at your subscription at once. tains all the Kentucky news. ones and 60 are not even paid by barrel no time. John Jeffries, and. Archie Holt. the very first opportunity if it the state, and on the whole it L. B. Cain is putting in this takes bonds to have good roads looks like Gov. Morrow has week prizing tobacco, that was let the"m come. f'poked" and "poked" badly. grown on his farm, preparatory Elizabethtown News. for the Louisville market. J. J. Parson, efficent blackThere is much being said now smith, put up and sold four farm -Chesterfield about Col. W. J. Bryan and the O. wagons besides keeping up with part he will play in the June A REAL pal that's Chesterfield. Look his other work. OPTOMETRIST Democratic National Convention at its record. Three million smokers J. J. certainly knows how to which wiirbe held in San FranJAMESTOWN, KY. less than five years on the market! put up a good wagon. , cisco. ' Some writers are claim words explain it "They Satisfy.' Columbia, G. T. Flowers, of ing that he is a candidate for Our expert buyers in the Orient select for OFFICE: Room 19, nomination for the Presiden- visited his relatives here the the Chesterfieys only the finest grade of the Patterson Building. four choicest varieties of Turkish tobacco. cy. The News believes that first of the week. To these are added the best of mild but Mr Bryan is heart and soul for MONDAY, THURSDAY Mr. Lazarus Bragg who has Domestic leaf. the Democratic party, and it been engaged in business at SATURDAY, But, in the end, it's the blend that makes does not believe that he is a can- Milford, 111., since he was mustAND PUBLIC DARS. Chesterfields "satisfy." And the blend our didate. His chief interest is, in ered out of service, returned private formula cannot be covied. selecting an available man at last Saturday to visitnis relatives Extra wrapper of moisture-proo- f San Francisco. Mr. Bryan, not- and friends, for a short time. Taken Up as Mray. paper seals in the flavor. withstanding he has enemies, Messrs. Dudley & Son, the has more influence than aoy oth- well known mill men of this The affiiant, George Coffey, states that en the 23rd of Nov. 1919, a black er one man now looking to the m. section, have received notice heifer, about 2 years old, weight about interest of the party. We furV that their oil engine has been 700 lbs. No marks qf any kind. Said ther believe that he will name shipped. This attachment to Coffey says he has not defaced any the Democratic candidate for theirjmill will be"a great saving marks on this heifer. He states that Fjrancisco. the Presidency-afcSahe has taken up said heifer as a stray. to their business. 1 Vi- Jack Chinn, who was one Mr. Hindman up the one of the Adair of Kentucky's most noted men, best farms in this section of the Wednesdays. PHblishediOn p. native of Harrodsburg,' died at country. Quite a lot of valuable Lexington a few days ago. He timber on his farm 'as well as t Cokm6ia, Keivtacky served in the Confederate army a good stock farm. also in the Kentucky Legis Messrs. Harnett TCelfcner and' Editor and J.E.MURRELL. - - - He was also a lover of fi. T Tovln orient several Havs ., ww Mgr. lature. HAM LETT. ' fcj.w ,&,.VRS. Coaivty heids Col. i 257 ACRES r 1 I D-flS- -- - r fine horses, and had quite a num- - 1 Washington County Land' I a Post-offic- e pubUc auction TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2A Q. at The Farm of two-stor- y, Shewmaker " eight-roo- I - ld -- sub-divid- ed 1 by-bid- s. ' two-thir- ds b. 10-2- 20-3- 6 nd SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man, LANCASTER, Or W. E. Moss, AdvMMgr., Danville, Ky. ' Alva Qrider -- He says I'm a good skate" B. full-bodi- ed h- . - n . Louisville is onejoffSthe handsomest cities in the Union, and a police force that would protect, would swell its population faster ,than anything else that could be done, There has always been a disposition upon the part of honest men and women to feel safe when walking the street of a 4t metropolis.. The two women j xnuruereu ami iiuc umici uuuobcd that have been perpetrated in - Louisville in the last few weeks, linakelaw abiding people bang their heads ia sorrow, being par tial to the first city of the State. t - our best- - farmers, was in , our E? A. Waggener. one day last week looking Subscribed and sworn to before me, midst ' after grass seed and reported this Deo. 24, 1919. W. S. Sinclair, J..A: C. C. that he had just closed a deal If or anoiher farm.. This rounds ? 13-- 4t Said affiant states that his place of ' We are glad to note that W. P. residence is uoiumoia. iiy. George Coffey. Flowers, whohas'been confined to his room for several weeks is Subscribed and sworn to before nj&J able to be on the stage of action this Dec. 24, 1919. again. . W. S. Sinclair, J. A. C. C. The affiant, R. A. Waggener. states B. B. Janes, D. C. Wheeler, that he has'seen a heifer taken np as N. H. Moss and Allen Kemp, a stray by Geo. Coffey. He says this are feeding hogs for the spring heifer is a black, , about 2 years old, ' ' weight about 700 lbs. Worth about market. $60.00, and there are no'distingufshing Mr. C. C. Hindman, one of marks about her. . ? ) - y 7 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS F o OE XOE gr IOI 1 XO o i . g f O special Prices on PILGRIM COFEEE This Week 23k Cents. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, o RUSSELL & CO., ' ,.- $t o D o "US' TUESDAY , FEB. 17, m m f ON .' : k: &: 920. (L OX . o - OS !$ NE E PERSONALS Mr. W. L. Alexander and Mr. L. E were in Marrowbone, Garmon, flays since. Columbia a few Mr. .Earl Williams, of Burksville, made a business trip to this placs last week. f ) I ) r ) ) Every automobile own- gr in your ceunty is a Murrell, of Aberdeen, prospect, sales snoulfl Miss, is visitiDg relatives in Adair be speedy, for the price for this new auto acCounty. cessory Is low, and you Mr. Wm. Hobson, who removed his can guarantee (1) to eliminate carburetor family from Jamestown to Louisville trouble, (2) save 5 per cent gas, (3) reduce fire four months ago, was recently in insurance, and (4) that Jamestown, looking after some unno fire can explode the gasoline tank. Write at finished business Mr. Hobson is an once for literature and attorney and will practice in the let us explain this new device thoroughly. Louisville Courts. Mr. S. M. Sanders, of Oampbells-ville- , PORTLAND AUTO AND G. W. Whitlock called Thurs GENERAL REPAIR CO. made a business trip to Colum- , Mr. day to see his tiade. 377 N. 26th St. Louisville, Ky. bia last Thursday. Several members of Mr. Isaac Wil Mr. J. W. Miller, Elizabethtown, len's family are hi a critical condition. was here a few days ago. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mr. Josh Butler is seriously ill and Mr. J, W. Chattel, of New York, other members of his family are sick-- . was registered at the Jeffries Hotel ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Eld. Z. T. Williams has been .quite last Thursday. OF KENTUCKY. sick for a few days. Leslie Graves, of Campbells-ville- , & Burton Pltff. Mr. Bryant Mrs. J. P. Beard is on thesicfe list, V3 who is now a traveling salesman" Pierce Cravens etc Deft is improving. called to see the Columbia mer- but By virture of a Judgment and OrMrs. R. Y. Hindman, who has been chants last Thursday. der of sale of Adair Circuit Court, quite sick for several weeks, has about rendered at the March Term, thereof, recovered. 1919, in the above cause, for the sum Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sandidge, of of 8153.46 with the interest ac the Danville, are the guests of Mrs. rate of 6 per cent, per annum from parents, Eld. and Mrs. W. T. the 17th day of March 1917, unlil May, of this city. paid, and $71.95 costs herein, I shall Mr. Gordon Enlish, Louisville, is proceed to offer for sale at the Court?- here, for a few days. house door in. Columbia, Ky , to the Miss Hallie Clarkston is spending a highest bidder, at Public Auction, on CANE' few eays with her parents at Merri-ma- Monday, the 1st day of Mch. 1920 ,at 34-one o'clock p. m:, or thereabout (being County Court), upon a credit of A son of Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Wiland Dealer lis, of nearMontpelier, has been quite six months the following described Auctioneer property A certain tract of sick forseverol' days. In land lying In Adair County, Ken Misses Maudya and Marie Bradley tucky on. the waters of Cedar Creek, Real are quite sick at tnis time; csntaining about 73 acres more tr less and bounded as follows: On the ,Mr. W. E. Noe is in Louisville. Your Business North by the lands of W. F. Sanders, Mrs. Nina Denver, of Deaconess on the East by the lands of L. P. Hospital, Louisville, arsdved Monday Hurt, on the South by the lands of night, jo fce.wiih Mis. Kinnie Mur Sam Harvey, on the West by the lands of J. J. Dudley. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with surety or securities, must exVA ecute 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 We adjust FIRE LOSSES on the bajis of replacement value AT comply promptly with these terms. THE TIME OF THE EIRE.. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. Mr. Walter Rev. and Mrs. Harry Upchurch and their little son, Jamestown, were here several days last week Eev. Piercy, of Monticello, was here a few days ago, attending a centenary meeting of his church. Mrs. Fetna Eubank has returned from. Louisville. v Mrs. Sallie Smith, who spent six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ulysses Harmon, Hamilton, Ohio, returned home last week. Miss Eliza Todd, who has been quite sicfc, is reported better. Mr. T. W. .Buchanan and wife, Mrs. T. E. Hoskins and Mr. Claud Burk- holder, of Campbellsville, were here last Friday. Mrs. R. V. Bennett is visiting her mother, who lives in Tennessee. rell, whose condition remains serious. This morning Mrs. Murrell's pulse was some stronger, and she is conscious, though very weak. J o Ve will sell at AT' 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. SHARP Roley, Ky.,to the highest and best bidder, thejFollowing . ,. Perso nal Property: One - S.J' good ewes." ' ...; .Two good bucks. . One good thoroughbred yearling black bull. Twenty-fiv- e Three yearling heifers. One good 3 year old couch mare. . Agents Wanted! EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO YOUR TERRITORY Ten head of nice shoats, av. weight 60 pounds. Oe coming 4 year old Shorthorn cow, fresh the 12th of March. Four thoroughbred Duroc Jersey boars. Two good buggies and harness. ?. gasoline engine and wood cutting outfit, gccd as new. One wheat drill. Two 1917 Ford Touring Cars, in gcod running condition. One Deering Binder. After the stock sale, we will offer to th highest bidder a nice lot of good household and kitchen furniture, ai so a lot of dry goods and merchan dise of all descriptions. 6-h- p. Fairbanks-Mors- e PS TERMS: All sums of SI 0.00 and under, net cash. AH sums over 10.00, credit of 6 months with ap. prgyed security drawing interest at 6 percent. k Wolford Bros., H. H. COLLINS, '.i Auctioneer. ;44"90'Q"9"Q"6"& 4 ,3 6"QM"&9"Q"fr44$4$; 9 V San-didge- Jfc, 0- 's T. F. CORBIN -- Clothing .. . SHOES valley, -- ky., c. to-wif- 4 r Estate. A 4 . Albin Murray ifcr -- A 3 d. INCREASED PROPERTY LUES I Columbia, Kentucky H S- -J J Next Doota'o. The; Adair County New Office. '' x , - 'f- - It now costs from 70 to 20 per cent, more to erect a building than it didthree years ego. The samejs true of furniture and other 1 -- 1 have sis Jersey heifers for sale. Will be fresh in a few weeks, .V --;1.- H.).. --.- . w n.-- l yt- .fr . m mi - . w. . w- ..'. - l ,'r . 1.V so5 " '"j-JSff.r., personal property. "" " . lot. in- Joe Barbae for sale at this office. --- A fire is badtoiough at the best, but if one should occur with your surunce based upon values pt two or three years ago, . -, Tobacco-see- d ; con-sid- er Grist Mill for Sale. Truck Burrs, gine, Fairbanks Morse new. 15-2- t. what your loss would be Do. all you can" toprevent fife, but carry enough insurance;- - It has . 6 horse oil en- 4 4 H:- - makef, good as GENERAL ;', -- m.,&& MERCH ANPISE WILL YOU f ACT N)W, OR WAIT UNTIL ' v: AFTER ;rHE FIRE? y V , - . H; T. Sherrill, ' Neatsburg, Ky. Qv.R REED,' t - '. $1.00 , For Sale. '' "The Service Agency" - rJt. ' Columbia! Insurance Jn all Its Branches. ' -'" - Kentucky. White Burley Tobacco Seed. The1 brightest of any known variety Price per pz., by mail. , T. H Smith, Cane Valley, Ky., 444-44443'0''fr4H0MfiMM- fr -- ?' v- - '7i - ufc- - evr .; , Jl t" V ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t !. t The Year 1920 Will Be One Fraught With Momentous Making of History. In the libraries of the future, the historical volumes, marked 1920, will deal with a critical period of the world's history. The whole world is now in a frenzy of discontent. In the old world new parties with new policies, each striving for controle, are walking hand in hand with the spectre of distrust, where they are not already dying in the flame of fratricidal war. 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. In the United States profiteering has become a science, all sense of vulues is gone, Bolshevism is raising its vicious head, and labor and capital, by passing the buck, each to the other, are leaving the middle class bearing the brunt of the burdea. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Etc. It ' is a critical period through which this world the whole-soule- d is passing, and one that demands interest of every thinking man and woman in this world. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE You can not perform your duties as a citizen of this country unless you think right; you can not think right unless you are fully informed; you can nrt be fully informed unless you rerd a daily newnpaper. y and Rugs - FANCY GR0CER1E. As a citizen, and as a voter, you wish to vote intelligently. You wish to know what the leaders of the big political parties are offering as the panacea for this present condition. In order to perform this duty intelligently, you must have access to the news as it is published day by day. Granted that it is your duty to read a daily newspaper, it is also your duty to read the paper that will give you the most news, particularly when its cost is the same as the others. The Louisville Herald has the largest circulation of any morning newspaper in Ken tucky, and all Louisville newspapers are sold atfthe same price, this is proof that it is considered the best paper by the most people. self-evede- nt 'tgplV''e Furniture, Carpets, !" and - Druggets. -- " Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and rass .Bedsteads, Uhairs, Kockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. i The Louisville Herald gives you the news from the Associated Press, that wonderful news gathering organization, which covers the entire world with its list of cor- - ft respondents; in addition it gives you all the news from Europe that is gathered by the Universal News Service; this in addition to The Herald's own list of special correspondents and its editorial staff. Nonewspaper can give you more than this few can give you as much. The Louisville Herald, apart from its general news value, thoroughly covers the financial world, and keeps you fully informed as to the daily fluctuations on all marketable commodities. News of the world of sports is more than a tabulation of sporting events, as compiled for The Herald's sport page. The Louisville Herald contains more features of general family interest thin we have space to specify in the short space of thia advertisement; but we will say this much, that there is something of interest to every member of your family in every issue. We will, if you are unfamiliar with The Herald, gladly send you a sample copy on request. We would suggest that in order to protect yourself against a raise in subscription price for the coming year, that you give your order to your local agent now; if there is none in your town, send in the coupon below. OurJTwo LargejLower, 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 S toves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTLED AT END OF EACH MONTH. We have 1,000 yards of Straw Matting. in and see it. s WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Come THE VICTOR and EXCEL PHOTO PLAYS Shows Regularly Thurs. & Sat Night THE s I nATT.Y . diana and 1 LOUISVILLE HERALD NELL & CHEATHAM, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. H Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. RY MATT.. In 1 'B?'' To any postofSce in Kentucky, ennessee. Year. 6 Months. MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. NAME Address That wit should be used as a shield for defense rather than as a sword to wound others. EVERYTHING IN $5.00 3 Mos. $2.60 1 Mo. R. F. D. No....--- ' 'Armed"! svtrr- Jt $1.40 50c I Mail the following coupon with re mittance at once. Don't be without The Herald for a simgle day: Enclosed Find Check For Postoflice Order Express Order $ . Stat' T 1 Year 6JVJ.OS H 3 Mos- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood $ $ 1 Mo.. nctwmk and American Fence. Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 $ Resolution. 16 Cast CO- - FOR CHEAP GOODS GO TO rlatkct Mreei Between first and BrocK GARLIN, ADAIR COUNTY, t t BLAIR & ELLIS That the name of Brandy wine, N. Y., be changed to Coldwater, N. Y. Louisville, Ky. That "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes," be made the national anthem. there is no time to Bour- When company comes W. T. PRICE 3Q8CXC3QOCH ' I Q We Have a Five Thousand Dollar Stock of Choice Goods that We are Selling at Very That all mention of the Short Profit. bon Kings be expunged from school books. waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of STOCK OF SHOES. We Have an EXTRA NICE LINE of Men's and Women's Shoes. Also Shoes for Children. I, The Very Best Shoes for men and Women at From $4.00 to $9.00. Our; $9.00; Shoes are Selling at Other Places at $16.00. ' We Have a General Line of Every Thing Kept Store, and our Prices are Z: in a First-claRight. ss That on account of being sug-- i geative rye bread be withdrawn from sale by all bakeries. - CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks i y tsorsu FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES : suin $ Sf That no part of a ship be ferred to as a saloon. re- i j A. That all bars be removed from harbor entrances or be designated by some other name. of alcohol lamps be forbidden by law. Exchange. UBe i That the Then, too, her reputation as a cook must and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet every time. Shzknowsit will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains bnly such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. Yoh tare mhc ysi buy it. Yea tare vrkta yea use it. . $t$M mxxxxxxxxx; xxxxxxxxxxxxm $ x COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. $ Columbia Barber Shop fcgS- A 15 v ii 'Crw. ConHdge, of Mas3., '&$ X' Sanitary Shop, whert both SatsfactIonand Gratification are Guaranteed. BLAIR & ELLIS. o S3 he is not a candidate for the Presidency and nev- '.rco-Lli-Ft Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ! a ! $e..o oavoJ . . .1 WkWWkWmkWkWk V tf i- ' t r ".? Tf W v V ADAIR COUNTY S'iJyS 7 Luke McLuke Says. Army Overcoats Dyed LACK, DARK BLUE OR BROWN OUR SERVICE WILL SAVE YOU $99jSO AUCTIONEER Business .Solicited ADAIRJand ADJOINING COUNTIES The Greatest Mother Still Has Work To Do A. Some how or other, you never - F. SCOTT 3 SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS, Inc. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Switf via hear of a man applying for a divorce on the ground that his wife is a good cook. - And you never hear of a woman applying for a divorce on the ground that her husband gives her too much money. Eleven Million Accidents Every Year 300,000 Babies Dying of Neglect Twelve Disasters Annually Calling for Relief. 263,000 Men H?. DEALER IN Panat Paat GARFORD TRUCKS Vh 2, 31, AND 5 TON For Low Cost perjTon, Mile ,SEE J. M. WOLFORD, AUTOMOBILE LINE CASEY CREEK, KY. Columbia and Gampbellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. ji ' The Life A. P. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. well-buil- fc of Man. TAKE THE Bid RED CAR. -- 3aSsBoG$- Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p, m. PHONE- S:- gLUptui2e! W. E. NOE. teed." But now the quality is no better and the prices outrageous- ft Miss Rugby. Annie Sparks who has ly high. been quite sick for several days The man who wants the dozen with pneumonia fever is improv silk shires would do better were ing. he to invest $82. 40 in a Savings Certificate Bill Hunter of color lost a fine Treasury mule last week by getting its and five years hence draw leg broke. down one hundred dollars in Gilfred Yarberry while burning gold. By that time he would not sedge a few days ago let the spend very much of his salary on fire get out of his control and so fimsy and perishable a garburned up four fine hay stacks ment as a silk shirt. valued at one hundred dollars. Dinner Anger. Measles is still at Breeding If ten women were asked to and it is handling some of them tell the most exasperating ex- pretty rough. A small boy of Oliie Pages was quite sick a few days of last week. r Isaiah Hurt, Breeding, last Friday, was out hunting and crossing over a fence some way his gun went off accidentally and injured his foot very badly. Dr. Holland Simpson and father dressed the wound. Mrs. Jim Stotts who has been confined to her room for the last three weeks with typhoid fever is improving, Squire William Harvey's first wife and daughter from the I believe the little wife's anger West is visiting relatives here over a spoiled dinner would be now. like the happy smile of childhood in comparison with the wrath of Those Silk Shirts. of the man. Let's all of us make up a little The height of ambition of some people in these United States extra effort to keep not only rour is to be the proud possessor of dinner, but all our engagements West, where there are still exa dozen silk shirts. And this am- promptly. Exchange. tensive stands of suitable forests bition is held by some men who Three moonshine stills were would prove to be temporary until the war paved the way for destroyed in Floyd county and solutions of the paper problem a sort of dangerous pros perity seldom if ever adorned their nine moonshiners captured by according to the Forests Service of the United States DepartU. S. Marshals. persons with a "biled shirt." ment of Agriculture. Silk shirts even when they were Cyrus Townsejid Brady, the In the long run the country selling at normal prices were n author and Episcopal must solve the problem on the never ecomonical. The haberdashers have always displayed clergyman died at his home at basis of a permanent wood supply. There are two ways, reche sign, "silk goods not guaran- - Yonkers of pneumonia. quiring a constructive national policy, of permanently solving the question. There are, first, regeneration of our 'forest on a more productive basis, and, second, the greater utilization of Watches, Clocks, Silverware, mill waste for paper making. well-know- perience of their married life, we believe nine of them would say, "the preparation of a nice dinner and then have hubby or friends or relatives fail to show up on time." The dinner gets cold, or is overdone and everything goes to smash including the good wife's disposition. And you can't blame her. What would Mr. Business Man say if his merchandise were continually coming in late; or Mr. Professional Man if his clients or patients always came after the crisis had passed. A man comes into this world without his consent and goes out of it against his will and the trip between the two is full of contraries. When he is little the big girls kiss him and when he is grown the little girls kiss him. If he is p o o r he is a bad manager, if 'he is rich he is dishonest. If he needs credit he can't get it, if he is rich everyone wants to do him a favor. If he is in politics he is a grafter. If he is out of politics he's no good to his country. If he gives to charity he wants to "show off, "if he dce3n't give he is a stingy cuss. If he is actively religious he is classed as a hypocrite, if he takes no interest in religion he is a hardened sinner. If he gives affection he is a soft one, if he seems to care for nobody he is If he dies young there was a great future before him, if he lives to an old age he missed his calling. The road is full of bumps, but man loves to travel it, and he usually gets his moneys worth. cold-bloode- d. Still in Service-Twenty-thre- e Wars Overseas. ! Used 40 Years f formerly chairman of the War Council of the American Red Cross, chairman of the Board of Governors of the League of Red Cross Societies, will accompany the J delegates when they sail on the Mauretania next Wednesday. Mr. DaThe Woman's Tonic vison was named chairman of the board when the League of Red Cross Societies was formed at a meeting of Sold Everywhere djb delegates from America and four gl principal Allied nations last spring. The meeting, which will open in Geneva March 2 and will continue one week, is expected to prove of importance in international Solving the Paper Problem. health promotion. World problem sconcerning improvement of health and prevention of disGreater importations of paper ease; means of increasing the membership, resources and effectiveness of and pulpwood. from Canada and national Red Cross Societies and increased production m the methods of organizing and using these for peace-tim- e service will be disfar-reachi- CARDUi He looked the whole world in The man who can't make 20 RED GROSS GETS CALL the eye with suspicion. bucks a week at what he is doNORSES He smiled at everyone coning always knows that he would temptuously. calls for nurses have to the Lake Diviaioja be a world beater if he had the He was always open to of Nursing In' past week. Other Fellow's job. . the suggestions if they agreed The opportunities offered are overseas, In the navy, and in the What fine children there would with him. United States Public Health Service? Applications of enrolled Red Cross be in this world it the Neighbors He looked into the future-n- ear nurses are being received at the Desightedly. partment of Nursing, 52nd and" Pros-pe- raised your children the way ave., Cleveland, O., Plymouth Bid. He believed in advertising Patriotic service is still open to they think your children should women who are training to be nurses be raised, and you raised the his personal achievements. in schools in this country, director of nursing at Lake Division Neighbors' children the way you He rewarded ambition with headquarters, says: "From the moment a student enters the training think the Neighbor's children deprecation. BchooL little or no financial outlay is He built up an organization-dev- oid necessary. When she graduates the should be raised. nurse enters a field where the demand of spine. has always been greater than the supAnd what has become of the ply." o. f. man who wanted to kiss He was well liked when LAKE DIVISION FINANCIER the Bartender before he went away. home? ATTENDS GENEVA COUNCIL He wanted propaganda. Hi3 employes worked diligentWe do not know much. But OF THE REDCROSS LEAGUE we do know that there is always ly for their pay. of five APPOINTMENT to the first one cartridge left in the gun that He had faith in Man he was General Council, League of the Red that man. is supposed to be empty. at Geneva, was announced And he thought that paper by the American Red Cross today. Why is it that a man can't sit The delegates are: Willoughby G. Walling, of Chicago, beside a good looking girl with- was just paper. of the Central CommitHis name shall be engraved tee of the American Red Cross; Otis out resting his arms on the back H. Cutler, of New York, former manin granite he has ordered a ager of the Insular and Foreign Divi- of the chair she is occupying? sion; Mrs. Wm. K. Draper, tombstone. of New York County Chapter and The o. f . woman who had a It is the best thing he ever formerly chairman of the Women's pet baking powder now has a did the receiver told him so. Advisory Committee; Samuel Mather, of Cleveland, former member of the daughter who has a pet bakery Central Committee; and Eliot that charges her 10 cents for a of Boston, member of the CenHoodum now means a young, tral Committee. loaf of bread. rough rowdy The term is deriv-- " Henry P. Davison, Even when she is announcing girl looks Imthat a modest, a flat chested girl will keep right on spending two bucks per week for Developer. Hostile FOJUP THREE -- s'ev-.er- al c Cross-Societie-s, vice-chairm- vice-chairma- n Wads-wort- h, A henpecked husband crows ed from a gang of toughs in San as loudly as anybody when he is Francisco, under the leadership away from home. They were of one Muldoon. The reason why a thin giri called for the name of their lead er, the syllables of whose name, does not mind having her collar out of contempt, were reserved bone stick out three inches is and slightly modified. Instead because she knows that her an- of Muldoons they were called kles are not fat. Ask any married woman and you will learn Hoodums. The Kenyon bill appropriat- that the ideal ing $6,500,000 for the education cussed. Delegates from the following national Red Crosses, members of the League, have been invited, along with those of the United. States: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, Denmark, England, France, Greece, Holland, India, Japan, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Roumanla, Serbia, Spain, South Africa, Switzerland, Uruguay and Sweden, Venezuela, Czecho-Slovakla. ' , Husband lives further up the of illiterates in this country was passed by the Senate. street. The Best Insurance Against Influenza, Prominent Educator Believes That is a Sure Preventive Yapo-ment- ha Graphophone, Needles, Stationery, Flashlights, Pencils, Kodaks and Supplies, Razors and Safety Razor Blades. -- After due notice was given by the Mayor of Louisville that gambling in the city would be suppressed the gamblers closed up shops in time to get out of the way of the raid. Capture of American army officer! and Red Crags workerg by theBoIiheviki is reported but the information is very meager; . .A. K L. E. YOUNQ, "JEWELER," Columbia, Kentucky.; Dr. . R. M. Brame, discoverer of Brame's Vapomentha Salve, has a letRED DROSS JUNIORS WORK ter from C. C. Wright, Superintendent of the Wilkes County, N. C. PubTO HELPJTHER CHILDREN lic Schools, in which he says: "We relief work this year is have used Brame's Vapomentha Salve the activity of the for nearly all the Ills for which It is Junior Red Cross now organized in almost 78 prescribed and have always secured per cent of the schools of America. satisfactory results. If used in time "February 22nd is the last day for enrolling Junior auxiliaries in the cur- it has never failed to breatc up colds, rent school year In 'your county," usually the forerunner of Grippe, Insays Mrs. Harrison W. Ewing, Lake fluenza and Pneumonia. . . . I Division Director of Junior Memberspak from pergonal observation. I ship. The year's work of the children will believe if this preparation is used in bring help to children suffering in this time it will prevent the development country or overseas. Friendliness between children of of pneumonia In every instance, if used America and other nations is being according to directions," promoted by Junior Red Cross interThe strong statements are fully jusnational service for the children. tified by 'the .remarkable recoveries that follow. Brame's Vapomentha. Salve Is applied freely over the cljeet and throat and Inserted in each nog- - The creation of the League of Red Cross Societies was the direct result of the universal desire to preserve for the benefit of all mankind the spirit and effectiveness developed by the Red Cross during the World War. CHILD Salve trll. Brame's Vapomentha penetrates the pores of the skin, relieving congestion, at the same time healing vapors arise and are breathed ' through the mouth and nose, loosen- -' 1ng the phlegm and causing the pa tient to breathe freely. Its absclote reliability is evidenced by dozens of unsolicited testimonials. Brame's Vapomentha Salve will relieve pneumonia-, influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, catarrh, ' asthma, tonsilltis, hay fever and of the skin. ,. Vapomentha is applied externally, and it will nob stain the clothes, as other salve do. No home should ever " be without it. Buy it from your deal-- ' er or direct from the BratM Draff Cev North Wllkesboro. N. C A bottle costs 30c; a mch larger oaev conttiategslx tlaaetf ae'.mucfi'fliai. . , , . , Ai The Red Cross Still Ministers 4"' ?$ j ?. "" .SB11JJ - A ' 8 ADAlfe COttNTY NEWS. J. mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ATTENTION, CITIZENS OF ADAIR COUNTY! We believe we have and we invite you tovj'oin us that you have LIQUID GOLD in our midst? in "DRILLING'' for it', """liquid G&dps ;but another jnam'e for CRUDE Olli. A GOOD OIL WELL isa veritable ' -- i m m Do; you know "- V ...... Geologists and practicahoil men ar;agreed in believing Adair County is.!'RICH in OIL, but th only way to m prove it is to I)RILL TORITy an costs MONEY, but-i- 'you will come inwith us we bfelieve you will not only assist in "DEVELOPING Adair County, but have a profitable investment as well. jte' , V It .? GOLD MIME. d-rth-is - ".'P.1: Ji : a v ? -- - -- "&-- - 3 5." s Hi How Much Stock Will You Buy r at $1.0d;Per Share? && liUr m m a "HOME COMPAIS V" and your money will be used for HOME DEVELOPMENT, and not squandered in Com missions or Salaries or sent to other sections of the country. Drilling operations yvill begin Just as soon as we have $6,000.00 jn the hands of our Treasurer, Mr. John W. Flowers, Cashier of the Bank of Columbia. Will you join us?.,.. 4 'W' are If you want to get in on the "GROUND FLOOR" now is your chance. a" - m m 4, See Reading Notice on Front Page. D. P. WEEKS, i c i President. OFFICERS JUDGE W. W. JONES, Vice President. JOHN W. FLOWERS, Treasurer. E. T. KEMPER, Secretary. m m OFFICES- TRICO OIL & REFINING INCORPORATED. 4 CO. COLUMBIA. "The Home Company." :PAULL BUILDING. KENTUCKY. your blood build up with the pleas- Graded and High School' Honor ant tonic, n ,. nun. you bs just recovering And should from influenza your blood has exhaustARE YOU A Following is the honor roll for the ed its strength. will Columbia Graded and High School for help build you up. TARGET FOR n is widely and heart- the fifth school month ending Jan. 23. In order to be upon the honor INFLUENZA? ily endorsed by physicians. It s 90 and easy to take. Comes: in roll a pupil must have a grade of or either liquid or tablet form. No dif- more in each subject, studied, together with a deportment of 90.or above: n Hits Listless, People ference in medicinal properties 1st Grade. Sold at any drug store. But be sure "X flrsrThf!r Blood is Thin Ethel Tarter, n . you get the genuine B. O. Kimble. "Gude's. A.sk for it by the name and t IN EPIDEMIC GERMS EVERYWHERE Euth Phelps, bs sure the full name is on the pack' v John Ritchey Walker, age. Advertisement. Up'e Prepared Strenghen and Winnie Sinclair, iV Quite a number of growers of this Hortense Murrell. ; 'Build Up Your Blood with county, who prized their tobacco 2nd Grade. Pepto-Manga- n. with the view of shipping it to the Louise Smith, A Louisville market, were notified the Bernice Murrell. V ft is true that yu are not feeling first of last week to stop bringing-fit Mary Elizabeth Sinclair. ,:y!$jpur best if you have that "alwajs- - to Cumpbellsville, railroad the 3rd Grade. tired" feeling and no interest oft en- company refusing to haul it. This em Violetus Ely, thusiasm then you should be careful bargo has been on for about ten days, Nona Waggener, fpf.the influenza. but is believed' that it will be lifted Emma L. Menzies. I ..? Ifcis anemic people in less than a week. - yi K r Catherine Myers. disease strikes first. The fact that Ella Jackman, Judge I. H. Thurman has sold the - 'tiiat you have had a very few serious 4th Grade. JHlness has nothing to do wi,th it. ice plant at Campbellsville to Ellas McClister, '.3?veryone gets run down occasionally, Coppockand J. T. Collins. The new Denver CeciliSuIUjanr ejijlp-ment: ; amd.when they do, the blood is in no owners will put in additional '" Lillian MoMahan, and expect to be able to supply condition to fight off disease germs, Lucile Epperson, '.'i;bcause it has not enough red corpus- - the adjoining counties witn ice' ' Effle Sandusky, clesof the .blood that fight disease Three negroes eecaped from the Bessie Bennett, fcandsave you from "sickness. Lebanon jail last Monday night by; use f?f.J. MaryBarbee, You simply can't afford to" take of nitroglyqerin. One of the darkies Ruby Neat, Ch?nces when .influenza is striking was. captured. He was. Injared in the '$ 5th Grade! Fortify explosion and could not run fast. Jowo thousands everywhere. ,, TempJeMcClister ' Mary Helen Pattesoh, ov- ft Pepto-Mangau. iHHHUmiOKffiHHHI it Local New& Pepto-Maugan Pepto-Manga- I Neii smith, Anna Dohoney. Allan Mercer. Delbert Arnold, Pearl Willis. 1st Year High School. Frank Call'ison, I was annoyed with biliousness nearly all the time. I became very week, too. My next door neighbor advised me to try Trutona. Well, regardless of the fact that I am getting well along in years, Trutona has done me a world of good. the case. In fact I have gained in strength, likewise. After I had taken Trutona a week I began to notice a marked improve as was formerly memV It Run-dow- Pepto-Manga- ' Rachel Coffey, Morris Epperson, Marshall Paulr , ' Louis Feese, Mabel Rosenbaum. 2nd Year High School. . now being introduced and explained in Columbia at the night now, instead of being restless Paull Drug Company. Adv. i3 Trutona I'm sleeping well at .Ruth Miller, Verly Phelps. 7. Virginia Smith.. Bayard Antle, " WhatRCL !?1 "-.- Fred Jackman. 3rd Year High School. - ,. Mary Graves McMahan. v'if Flossie Shively, Katie Taylor, - Really Means ! . f thin-bloode- d, Hs Mary Hughes. . Corinne Breeding, v Stanley Cundiff, A. P. Prather, Supt. y . 4th Year High School. f ' ( SEES .MISTAKES '- t, BUT IS NOT TOO, 3 ' Town, folks think it's High Cost of Xiving. Farmers know it's High Cost of Loafing not on the farm, where the day is sixteen hours long, but in fac- JtQiies and shops, where the workers want to quit after six or seven hours. This H. C. L. plus the H. C. S. the High Cost of Spending are the sky- rockets that keep prices up, says - LATEFORiHEP Spalding Frankly Admits Mrs. TSe COUNTRY ' , v ' She Made Error in First Judg- , p ment of Trutona. : Louisville, Kyi Feb. 10. Frequent- f Iy people are loath' to admit mistakes that time has proved to be in error, but here is one instance inLouisville where the party concerned is only too glad to mistake. , She . is Mrs.,? Julia Spalding of 3004 West Walnut Street, n woman in her jl' very neighborhood. ' i'Yes, that-HEhave Id much faith in Trutona because I had taken so many different kinds of med icine without gaining relief," Mrs. Spalding said a few 'days ago. "I on-ifound oat decided to try it after so much good that' it had done lam ready and glad to praise it. "I didn't have any appetite and my liver was out of order. Consequently well-knowI'll-ladmifc y GENTLEMAN ' ' - - FERTILIZER ?' Iff - Margaret Coffey, 6th Grade. of Loafingnn the Great National Farm Weekly. It would be worth the subscription price of $1.00 a year to youl notions that tne high cost" of living originates on the farm, and they can do it better, city-bre- d I wish you'd read about The High Cost : -- FARMERS NOTICE,,, ,..- 5 ' I - .Louise' " M 8 ;. Abna 1 - Grissom, ' May Menzies, Farmers need to get together to combat these ' .' -,- .See me now m regard to your FERTILIZER. . You may not be able to get it later than March 1st on account of R, R. conditions. I have Government Approved ' 16. per cent, acid available. -,. 7th Grade. Lucile Winfrey, - 1 lit i, s r through fair-mind- iUUljUIQ UOIiWi .sm.r, Floyd Neat, Jblia Phelps, Fred Harrison, Lucy Poynter, Ruth Winfrey, Delia Hill. K towni folks need to reconstruct their silly ideas and find out any other means. The The Country Gentleman than by means, and they can complete theiTjcducation for $1700 fiysubscribjngndw forTHE Country I'fa. selling the ' 'greatest reading bargain on the market today 52 big, interesting, helpful weekly issues of THE Gen-TLEMA- what H. C. L. really Nj Country Gentleman for only $1.00. iftk . s" C- - y i Also 4 per cent and 2 per cent TOBACCO GROWER Wffl also SAVE you MONEY on FARM MACHINERY. ' V & & S. F. EUBANK, .; PHONE Columbia, 143-d- 3. kV. I WHO'LL BE FIRST TO ORDER TODAY? CHARLOTTE B. EUBANK, Phone No. 143 TfttC V 8th Grad. :V AlleniNeir; Willie RoMQbatua. B. Columbia, Kentucky. kyCimtlmn ZZbam-fL- TW UJw' H 12hM-1.7S J H 4, TV Vwf Etimk ttl m I Jrasoee Ruawll , ? : . , A(. :.. JL - . ?, 't- -