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The Adair County news: March 10, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920031001_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: March 10, 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. f l- JV&atr VOLUME XXIil mmig fetus COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 920. NUMBER 20, Gone With a Fertilizer Company. Sad Burying. COL. FRANK L RIPY CONGRESS Enters Largest Weman in Adair County Dies. Circuit Court. Mr. L. E. Bradly, who has beeu connected with the Russell Creeks Mill! lng (Company for thirteen years, ten dered his resignation last week and has accepted a position with the Price Chemical Company, Louisville. Mr. Bradley, is a very excellent gentleman, a man well Informed and one who has many friends He will doubtless make the company a very efflcent traveling salesman, aud we take pleasure in commending him to the public. He is reliable in every particular and will not misrepresent in order to made a sale. There was recently a very sad burying at Greensburgr one that brought distress to the entire community. Miss Daisy Risen of ANNOUNCES FOR that city, was at tending school at Bowling Green when Well- Known she was attacked with influenza. Her mother left home as soon as the word the reached her for the bedside ofherJ daughter. She had been in Bowling Green but a few hours when she was attacked with the same disease, and on the same day she and her daughter died, one in the forenoon, the other in the afternoon. Their remains were conveyed to Greensburg for inter-- , ment. Anderson County. Democrat Congressional Race in the 8th District. Pablirbaie. rM?' For Sale. , Murrell Bros, will sell at public auction, at the Russell's Creek Roller Mill, on Saturday the 20th of March,. Pure Bred Plymouth Rock One horse, one mule . a wagon 'and a Eggs, Pope and Pope strain. 15 lot of plows. Household goods, com- for $2.00. W. D. Murrah, paratively new piano, and a large Elkhorn, Ky. number of other arricles and kitchen rw furniture. Death of a Native. 20-2- b lived in the Mllltown country, died after a short illness She was about fifty-tw- o years old. On account of her Immense propotions, she was known to everybody in the Western end of this county. She weighed 480 pounds a short time before she was taken sick, and one of her neighbors told The News that when she died she would have weighed fully 500 pounds There is no woman in this part of Kentucky that is a large or any ways nigh as large as she was. Neither one of the Columbia under-.takehada casktt large enough tq receive her body, Mr. Butler Jones made one It was about the size of a spring wagon bed. rs 4. Cut the Crop. Being on the Louisville market several days last week. We heard dozens of farmers ask the question, "What will we do?" With, more than one-haof the tobacco selling from one to sis cents. Plant one acre instead of two, that's the remedy. A census-take-n in Hart Co., reported in one district 388 farmers, who raised tobacco in 1919, and made an average sale of 86.00. In same district 12 farmers raised corn and hay for same they sold for $40 00 per ton and 82 00 per bu. Indications are now, that several States, who have never before raised tobacco will raise it on a big scale this year. The Blue Grass section are already preparing for the largest crop ever grown. Be wise, double your corn crop and cut tobacco in two. ' A Subscriber. lf Mr. R. M. Hurt received a. letter last Wednesday, from Hederick, Okla., stating that his sister Mrs. Sue'.Miller, wife of S. W. Miller, died on the 25th of February. She and her husband were born and. reared in Adair county, but left here for the West man j By ears ago. Mrs. Miller was a daughter of Young E. Hurt, who was a very prominent citizen of Adair county, held an office whenever he desired to fill one. Mrs. Miller was a very excellent lady and her brothers and sisters and other relatives were shocked when the news of her death reached them. She was 69 years old. ing into and stealing articles from Providence church, continued until the next term of court. Jo Sexton, charged with tresspass,' confessed and was fined 3150. Rurel Barton, charged with malicious shooting, confessed and was given one year In the penitentiary. Lewis Cooper, of color, confessed to breaking into Sam Royse's shop, and was given one year in the pen. The case of Elrod & Co., against the Royer Wheel Company, claiming damages for 82,900 and some dollars for breech of contract,' was tried last Thursday and Friday. The evidence showed that the defendants had contracted for a large number of spokes Get your horse feed at E. E. at certain prices and before the con tract was filled by the plaintifis the Cheatham's Barn. defendants canceled the contract. 20-- 6t After quite a number of witnesses had testified, on both sides, the case was No. 6769. argured for defendants by Mr. Robert 1SESERVE DISTRICT SO. 8. Taft, Cincinnati, and Judge W. W. Jones this place, and for the plaintifis, OF THE CONDITION OF Gordon Montgomery, this city, and THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Judge Jas. Denton, Someset. Mr. J.R. Garnett, this place, and Mr. Ben AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE Smith, Smerset, appeared for the deOF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE fendants, but did not speak. The jury OF BUSINESS FEB. 28, 1920. was out but a short time, returning a RESOURCES. verdict in favor of plaintiffs for $2,254,-2- The" following cases were disposed ,' Last Wednesday night, Mrs. Susan of last week: Vervin Bryant, charged with breakWilson, the wife of John Wilson, who " REPORT 7. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those shown mbandc) . 272 645 63 Feed Stable. Mr, Guy Nell has opened a livery and feed stable on the alley back of the FRANK L. RIPY. News office. Good feed for' stock at all times, and the traveler nian can The DemocrarJs'of the Eighth Congjasskmal District will be interested to see the official announcement of Col. Frank L. Ripy, of Anderson county, be accommodated with stock. as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in said district, subject to the action of the State Primary Election Saturday, August 7. 1920. In Memory of Aunt Nellie. ediRipy's candidacy has been recognized as a foregone conclusion for sevefatlweeks. Messages from all parts of the district have been coming in A beautiful life has gone out, as the from leading Democrats pledging their support in the event he should decide writer saw it, a life of service to her to make this race. , He has servedjhis city four terms as City Attorney, having resigned in Master. The night was nevertfoo hot, Attorney which he held until he went 1911 to accept the qG16e of Count too cold nor too rainy for her torefuse overseas. to go to the call of the needy, in doing Col. Ripy has not only served his city and county faithfully and acceptthis she was fulfulling the words of ably, but laying aside all professional ambitions, he voluntarily offered his Matthew, 25:35; James 1:27. The last services to his country and went forth to do battle for righteousness and dempart of verse 27 fits her life so truly. ocracy. He was a member of the Kentucky National Guard from 1905. He had I wish to say I never heard her speak service on the Mexican border with the Second Kentucky Infantry. He harmful of any person. I never saw served with the 149th United Stated Infantry and 351st Infantry overseas as her when she was out of humor. This Lieutenant-Colonebeing true, her life was beautiful. In every position, civil and military, he has steadily moved upward. It would be a fitting tribute for the Democrats of the Eighth Congressional DisShe has left a priceless heritage to her seven children. Proverbs 31: 28 are trict to recognize such faithfulness, ability and patrotism as has maked the career of this sterling j oung Democrat who now places his destiny in their applicable to her life and character hands. and the home. She was a mother to Anderson never had a district office and during all these years has given the undersigned in many ways. a substatial Democratic majority to all nominees. --N. C. B. They need have no anxiety about the final outcome, if they should him as theirstaLdaid beorer. forlie is an aggressive campaigner and a forceful speaker and will be able to measure lances with his Republican opFine stationery, call and see it. ponent in any open field of debate. Nell & Cheatham. Democrats of every county Col. Ripy expects to see and speak to l. se-le- ct Fresh groceries ac all times, the best the market affords. Nell & Cheatham. No Raise. The State tax Commissioner recentthe Adair County Judge that this county would be raised on lands. Judge W. S. Sinclair and Mr. M. C. Winfrey, Circuit clerk, went to Frankfort last week, appeared before the tax Commissioner, showing that the raise would he unjust; that the lands of Adair were listed high enough. After the statements of ly notified 90,-0- 00 Total Loans 3272 645 63 Deposited to secure circulation U.S. Bonds (par value)... 325 000 Owned and unpledged 3 24 030 Total U. S. Government securities... . $19 050 00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including' stocks) owned unpledged 333 190 03 Total bonds, securities etc. other than U. S 33 190 03 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) 1 800 00 Value of Banking: house owned and unincumbered, 31000 00 1 000 00 Furniture and fixtures charged Off Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 23 S67 50 Cash in vault and net amount due from National Banks 64 053 23 Checks on other banks In the same city or town as reporting bank other than item 16 2 896 41 Total ot items 13, 14, 15, 16. and 17 66 919 64 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items 513 13 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 1250 00 Interest earned but not on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due...., 3 720 99 collected-approximate The trial of John F. Neat, charged with maliciously shooting Lucien Brockman, was continued until the July term of the Adair circuit court by the Commonwealth. A great many misdemeanor cases were continued until the next term of circuit court. All kinds harness and plow gear. Nell & Cheatham. Mr. Shreve Davis, who was deputy postmaster under Mr. N. T. Mercer, tendered his resignation last week and will engage in other business. His courteous manners made him many friend during his stay in the He is a young man of fine business attainments, and will make a success in the line he chooses for his occupation. post-offic- e. Just got a fresh lot of s Sherwin-William- s paint, the best on the market. Nell & Cheatham. Hindman, Mr.R. B.White F. A. Lewis were 'the jury Commissioners for the present term of circuit court. They selected over two hundred names for the wheel. C Total . S459 003 97 h I Judge Sinclair and Mr. Winfrey had been made, the Commissioner decided to let the report stand as given in by the local tax Commissioner. Ban Still On. The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. Mrs. M. D. Boone, J. E. Johnson, Joe SanduBky, R. T. Baker, R. S. Turk, G. A. Wilson, Jas. N. Murrell, Mrs E. L. McQueary, F W. Miller, J. F. Ellington, H. D. Cundiff, Dr. C. M. Murrell, Miss Laura Smythe, G. B. Smith, Emmet Goode, Mrs Pearlie ly. Webb.'C. T. Keene, Frank Jeffries, Elizabeth, the oldest child of Mr. Mrs. R M. Cheek, J. L. Adkins, B. and Mrs- - Burce Montgomery, met E. Rowe, C. L. Skaggs, R. J. Bailey, with a firightful accident last Satur- J. W. Sweeney, Charlie Topman, J. day: She was in the cook-rooand T. Mercer, B. M. Callison. attempted to get something out of the For Sale. kitchen cabinet, and it fell over on her The back of her head was conGrist mill complete French Burrs, siderable hurt and she was otherwise Crusher, and Engine,6 H. P. Come at bruised about the body. Monday once. S. F. Eubank. morning she was better, and her father stated that he thought she would The mysterious clock on the show window of Lewis Young's Jewelry be all right in a few days. shop, drew a great many sight seers 'Mr. J. C. Miller, a former Columlast Wednesday, the day it was put bian, has been awarded the contract up. It keeps accurate time. There of putting up a 330,000 garage buildis no machinery about it, the hands ing, in Lebanon, for Lewis & Drye. and the figures on the dial make up Mr. Sam Bryant died at Campbells-Tlllek- the outfit. It is indeed a curiosity Friday. He was a native of and a mystery, and is a splendid adcounty. He was 25 years old. . vertisement for Mr. Young. . . , Ackir m The Board of Health mat last Wednesday to consider the advisabilty of lifting the ban. A number of new cases of flu were reported out in the county, and the Board decided to let the ban remain on until further notice. Circuit court was in session and it was ordered that Judge Carter could proceed with his court allowing no one in but those Interested. the court-rooHe was also directed to dismiss the grand jury and it was done according- Paid List. the in the district as the campaign advances, and in the meantime will appridate a careful consideration of his candidacy. The Anderson Mews. Died at Glenville. Cabinet LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 25 000 00 Surplus fund 35 000 00 Undivided profits 3 5 416 79 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 3 903 92 4507 S7 Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance of not earned approximate 3 200 70 Amount reserved for taxes accrued 2 764 19 Circulating Notes outstanding.. 25 000 00 Individual deposits subject to check 364 53121 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve. Items 34. 35. 36. 37. 33. and 39 $364 531 21 Total Mr. L and Mr. Wanted Five white girls to work in Hotel good wages and room and board. Write Hardesty Hotel. Lebanon, Ky. M. C. Dehart, Norword, Ohio, who advertised his farm, at Gentry's Mill, this county, for sale, in The News,sold it last week to T, B. Burton. State op Kentucky, 1459 003 97 l County op Adair J The farm known as the Willis I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above farm about four miles named bank, do solemnly swear that the above Hutchison Mrs. Mary Lucy Wheat, who was statement is true to the best of my knowledge north of Columbia, was purchased last Mrs. Daisy Hamlett received E. H. Hugher, Cashier. the widow of Dr Wheat, died atGlen-vill- e last week, from Sanders & Hendrick-so- and belief. week by Tilden Wilcoxsin, considerSubscribed and sworn to before me this 6th last Thursday night. She was a Catnpbellsville, a cabinet size. ation,. $4,350. 1920. day ot Mar.. daughter of Mr. Sidney Helm, and Improved Edison Phonograph. She , Leonora Lowe. Mrs. Curry, who was the widow of Notary Public year old. Dr. W. is perfectly delighted with it. The was about sixty-fivarticulation of the records is perfect My Commission expires Jan. 20th. 1921. George Curry, died in the Bear WalB. Helm, of Greensburg, was her and the tone is soft and sweet. No Oobbect Attesti low country, last Wednesday night. brother. She was a very estimable instrument will add more to well regJ. F. Montgomery. She was a very old lady. lady, been in declining health P. Beard. Phonograph. n, e st . ' .an and had ulated homes than the Improved Ed ison Phonograph. for some time. and A large number of relatives Attention, Farmers. friends attended the funeral and "V burial. Come and see my new changeable speed Thomas mower. We can furnish you most anything x S. F. Eubank. you want in floor coverings or to go in Nell & Cheatham. your house. Steve Gibson and three of his sons, who murdered deputy sheriff Marvin We commend Messrs: John, Frank Cummings in the courthouse at Al- and Joe Sandusky, who recently re- .bany, Ky., were surrounded by a posse moved to Harrodsburg, to the people and they surrendered. Excitement is of Mercer county. They are Adair high. county boys, honest in their transact "Word has reached relatives here that ions, all round good citizens. They Mr. W. C. Evans and son, Smithshire, purchased a large milling concern in 111., are quite sick. Mr. S. T. Evans, Harrodsburg. They know how to con- a brother, and uncle, left Saturday to duct the business, and we feel sure be at their bedside. they will give entire satisfcatlon. Mr. E S. Shlvely, sold" his farm, on i range stoves and the best Burkeavilla road, eighty-thre- e New lot acres, lot china ware we have ever Had. " to E. M. Harrison, of Breeding, for ' Nell & Chatham 18,900. - J. John D. Lowe Directors. Straight Salary $35 00 per week and finder will receive 34 00 if he will leave the same at the Adair County News expenses to man or woman with rig to introduce Poultry Mixture. Eureka J- - T. Lloyd, office. Mfg. Co , East St. Louis, 111. Columbia, Ky. There was no disagreement between Mr. G. B. Smith ?nd his former miller, Mr. L. E Bradley, Mr. Smith speaks of Mr. Bradley in the most complimentary terms, knowing him to be a most competent and reliable gentleman. The Chemical Company that has engaged his services, nay him a considerable more money than the Jo Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. R, Hutchison, met with a serious accident last Sunday week. He was cranking a car when the crank back fired, breaking his right arm. It, will be a month or two before he fully recovers the use of his arm. Lost, a pair of eye glasses J, T. Lloyd's name was on the case. The Call and A new lot of .furniture just arrived. get the first choice. Nell & Cheatham. Fire alarm, was sounded from th residence of Hr. X. Cravens last SatMill could pay. Mr; Bradley, .how- urday afternoon, and In a few minutes ever, will be at the mill one day in the whole town wag, at th each week, and the beat of feeling Eortonately, it wh only th prmil. 30lt out of a flat. , k t h'K "W- 7 'f. 4 V - " ar j- - -- : M 5 A t ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tr The Best Insurance 9 ! TO FARMERS, TO FARMERS 0'?3K WHAT YOU NEED IS A ;.- Against Influenza. Yapo-menth- a 1 Prominent 'Educator Believes That is a Sure Preventive 9 9 SAMPSON TRACTOR A ,A A . r' ? ? 9 9 heavy draft horsepower, both for the drawbar and belt. I have them at the right price in first cost and upkeep cost as well. It will take the place of a barn full of horses, and can be operated much cheaper and do better work than horses Every working part is enclosed, protected against dust, mud and rain. farmer can not well An do without this machine. up-to-date Dr. R. M. Brame, discoverer of Brame's Vapomentha Salve, has a letter from C. C. Wright, Superintend ent of the Wilkes County N. C Public Schools, in which he says: "We have used Brame's Vapomentha Salve for nearly all the ills for which it is prescribed and have always secured satisfactory results. If used in time up colds, it has never failed to br-usually the forerunner of Grippe, Influenza ahd Pneumonia. I speak from personal observation. I believe if this preparation h used in time it will prevent the development of pneumonia in every instance.if used according to directions." The strong statements are fully justified by the remarkable recoveries that follow. Brame's Vapomeutha Salve is applied freely over the chest and throat and inserted in eacti nos a tril. Brame's Vapomentha Salve penetrates the pores of the skin, relieving congestion, at the same time healing vapors arise and are breathed through the mouth and nose, loosen ing the phlegm and causing the patient to breathe freely. Its absolute "v reliability is evidenced by dozens of unsolicited Brame's testimonials. Vapomentha Salve will relieve pneumonia, Influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, catarrh, asthma, tonsilitis, hay fever and of the skin. Vapomentha is applied externally, and ir will not stain the clothes, as other salve do. No home should ever be without it. Buy it from your dealer or direct from the Brame Drug Co. North Wilkesboro. N. C. A small bottle costs 30c; a much larger one, containing six times as much $1.20. Adv. ... "An all-arou- nd good shot. That's us. 9 Chesterfield W7HAT we're fc at, is that it takes both skill W aiming and precision to blend tobaccos the .- ft -.- ft ft ft I The Iron Horse Is something you should have on the farm. It is a labor and time saver. Come and see it I SAMPSON TRUCKS can also'furnish you Auto Trucks at money-savin- g prices. Write me about them or call and see them and get my prices. SHIPwr Chesterfield way. Maybe this is why you find "Satisfy" in. Chesterfields and. nowhere else. BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large sup ply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Riding and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. WOODSON LEWIS GRJEENSBURG, Produce if You Would Get Profits market as well as how to pro-- . duce, but the man who has nothing to sell is not very vitally in Every now and then a letter terested in marketing. Certain comes from some farmer who is ly the farmer is under no obliga discouraged with the outlook, tion to produce and then sell at a and who is thinking of sharply loss; but he is under obligation to cutting down his production of himself and the world to prothis or that. One man thinks duce. He must produce as econfarmers should cut down the omically as he can, and then whfat crop; another can see only market as advantageously as he loss in cattle feeding; another is can. It is the farmer who does afraid to take any chances on this who will get ahead. The hogs. man who grows wheat on suic-abland, well prepared, well Now, the Southern Agriculturist is about the last paper in the fertilized, will find wheat a pro world to advise any man to pro- fitable crop. The man who feeds duce "all he can of everything good hogs or good cattle on cheap n feeds will find profit he can" without taking thought as to what he ingoing to do with in feeding. So all along the line. it at.d what he is going to get This is no time for plunging out of it when he has produced of any kind; but it is a time for it; but it does feel very confident sound, careful, thoughtful far that this is no time willfully to mingfor the building up of restrict production. The world the soil, the growing of good needs food still, and is likely to crops, the breeding and feeding ' need about all it can get for some of good live stock. The farmer years to come. It is the farmer's who sticks to the paths of good job to produce this food, and he farming need not be afraid to go must not fall down on his job. as far forward as he can, or The motion that restricted pro- have any hesitancy about producduction can be made permanent- ing all he can. Southern ly profitable to himself is all . .that is beBt in our civilization if is THE NEWS is $1.50 an once the hunger-madnes- s "'iilowed to seize upon an already $2.00 per year. Send in .distraught world. The farmer muit itudy ho w to your subscription.at once. le home-grow-- a a CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE KENTUCKY. a Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat Now She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardai For Her Recovery. Got Money to Discover America. didn't have the money to go in Royse CItv, Tex. Mrs. Mary Kfl-ma- n, with him. of this place, says; "After the It only cost about seven thou- '- sand bucks for Columbus to discover America but Chris had an awful time raising the coin. Documents recently published esti mate "that his ships cost about $3,000. Being admiral and boss only netted Chris $300 a year in wages. The two foreman captains who went with him were on the pay roll for $200 a year apiece and the crew got $2.50 a month and cakes. Columbus had an idea that added billions to the wealth of the world and poured a flood of gold into the treasury of Spain for hundreds of years. But he dragged that idea around Europe by the tail for years begging somebody to put up the money to put in into effect. When he did find seme one who recognized the value of his plan, Queen Isabella had to take the tiara and the pearl necklace and the royal wrist watch and the silver backed hair brushes around the corner to the store with the Three Balls over the door and soak them to raise the coin. When Chris got back, you can be sure there were plenty of people who said: "Sure, I knew Columbus had the right idea. He came to me with it but I Increase of Suicides. From statistic secured by the "Save a Life League, "it appears that there were 5,121 suicides in this country last year, 3,212 men and 1,909 women. More than 100 returned soldiers took their own lives and suicide pacts between soldiers and their sweethearts have been very common. A few years ago the proportion of women suicides was one to every four men. last year's summary shows one to every three. A singular and pitiful feature of the investigation is that 477 children killed themselves 225 boys and 252 girls neglect or mistreatment causing the act in most of the cases. birth of my little girl... my side commenced to hurt me. I had to go back to bed. We called the doctor. He treated me. ..but I got no better. I got worse and worse until the misery was unbearable... I was in bed for three months and suffered such agony that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . I told my husband If he would get me a bottle of Cardui I would try it. . . I commenced taking it, however, that evening I called my family about me... for I knew I could not last .many days unless I had a change for the better. That was six years ago and I am still here and am a weH strong woman, and I owe my life to Cardui. I had only taken half the bottle when I began to feel better. The misery In my side got less... I continued right on taking the Cardci until I had taken three bottles and I did not need any more for I was well and never felt better In my life... I have never had any trouble from that day to this." Do you suffer from headache, backache, pains In sides, or other discomforts, each month? Or do you feel weak, nervous and fagged-outIf so, give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a trial. J. 71 ? Take the Ra off The Bush. $13,678,17 from five acres of land. Lancaster Record. Mr. Webb Kelley, of Garrard A. F. SCOTT DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS I, 2, 31. AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, Mile SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. county, and universally known by his famons "Kelley Tobacco Seed," has made a record this Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist year with five acres of tobacco, that competitors may take a shot Special attention Riven Diseases of a Domestic Animals at for several years to come. a From five acres of measured www ..Wv..v.wUww, . -- . wiiu, uu ground Mr. Kelley sold 8$5,78 17 Jamestown road. worth of tobacco over the breaks Phone 114 G. of the Garrard Tobacco WareColumbia, Ky. house at an average close to the dollar mark. iBut from this same piece of ground and same The hou se has passed the good tobacco he gathered his celebrat- roads bill with 52 amendment! ed seed, amounting to 4,000 which so obscures the. nature of ounces, which. he has sold and bill that few known what i delivered .and for which: he re. the ceived $8,000 making' a total of1 provides. ' L. H. Tones w 3'i .rsf Vir. . i.'. i' ADAIR COUNTY NEWS At Rest. 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You'll fer quality to coupons or premiums I strongly recommend this mel-law-mild-b- fit your cigarette home. GoMla and GamoDellsviHe a 8 8 8 8 TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILYi a. TAKE THE BIO RED CAR. 4k)o3CftlEPeg3-- - 8 8 8 Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 8 p. m. 8 8 8 PHONE- S:- fggJaS? W. E. NOE. 8 8 8 9 UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a fall ttock 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. Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT. Office Phone, 168. Cotumbia, Ky tcmmmmmmtn Gracie was born May 24, 1899, died Feb. 20, 1920, making her 20 years, 8 months and 20 days old. She had that dreaded disease, Tuberculosis. All was dune that loving hands could do to relieve her suffering. She would often say that she was only waiting for the Master's call A short time before the end came, she called her family and friends to her bedside asking them all to meet her in Heaven. She told how her mother, brother, sisters that had gone on before, how they welcomed her in at Heaven's door. She clapped her hands and rejoiced to the very last saying, "she saw a fountain of water and soon she would take a drink from it." How we wish that every one could have seen the smiles on her face? She left as bright ev idence of just sweeping through the gates as we ever heard. Her mission in life, though short, was one of devotion. It calls to mind how uncertain life is, though bright and accomplished the future may be, yet death is ever at our door. The old must die, but the young, too, are often subjected to the sting of death. To the heart-broke- n friends and loved ones, we would say, weep not for Gracie, but commend your sorrow to Him, who doeth all things well, and say thy will be done. The body was laid "to rest Sunday afternoon at the family graveyard to await the resurrection morn. "Sleep on dear Gracie and take ody puff-for-pu- pre-lilclrJj'- we carton for the home or office fpp'y or when you travel. R- - J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N.C the British Government an mated annual esti- on them, is doing a great work oinonnt to require an "Income T:. profit of more for the state of Tennessee. than $15,000,000. There are some thousands of ' Apparatus that massages wom- poor land Owners in the State en's throats with sprays of wa- who should call on him for help ter to improve their contour has in starting locust groves this winter, or go ahead and do it been invented. Camels are fit for work at five themselves, for it is not a hard years old; although they usually thing to do at all Southern live forty years, their strength Agriculturist. begins to decline at twenty-fiv- e. I Napoleon's handwriting was bo illegible that his letters from Germany to Josephine were at first taken for rough maps of the seat of war. QUICK-REUE- P Orange blossoms were adopted for bridal wreaths because the orange branch bears fruit and Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store. flowers at the same time-si- gn of plenty. 21 of every 2,000 Kentuckians Of the forty Sultans who have who served in the war were ruled the Ottoman Empire since either killed in battle or died the conquest of Constantinople by the Turks, thirty-fou- r have from their wounds. The total casualties of this character for died violent deaths. thy rest, Lay down thy head upon the In many parts of England it the state was 855. is a belief among the women Savior's breast, that rosemary worn about the ME TAX We loved thee well, body strengthens the memory But Jesus loved the best." and adds to the success of the EUi A Friend, wearer in anything she may unMinnie Bailey. dertake. Every Person Who Had Income In Canada women are eligible in 1919 Must Determine both for the Federal Parliament Own Liability. and the Provincial Legislatures. HOMEY B&K No woman has yet been elected MARCH 15 LAST FILING DATE. without question if Hunt'sSal.e fail j in the trratment of Eczema, Teller RinKwonn.Itch.elc. Don't to the Dominion Parliament, but beconv discouraged because other several have been chosen to Surest Way Is to Follow Form 1040A. treatments failed Hunt'Sl has teliced hundreds of such Free Advice in Doubtful Cases. air You can't lose on our seats in the bodies n ra ' Severe Penalties in Try VT.h( ' " " iOT uunniam, - luuiii f rjc lie I !, of the different Provinces. U Hi A "tit; lorsl'v bw Law. For Rheumatism, Sore Modes, Nenraljli, Back, ache. Headache and all Dams. Monev back II It tails to ease any ache or pain In any part ol the body ui iwcniy minutes, rnce cue AT DRUGGISTS, or by mail postpaid IT MAKES PAIN SAIL BOURBON REMEDY CO.. liIniton. Ky. turn. The best "way to find out is tij get a Form 1040A and follow the Iim structions printed on it. That fonri will sorvo na n remlnflpr of pvprv itfiri of income; and If a return is due. It tells how to prepare and file It. One of the Important points to Ueepj In mind Is that a person's net is found by a computation prescribed In the law, and that each Item or Income from every source must be considered, unless specifically exempted. Another thing to remember Is that the personal exemption allowed tax payers bylaw has no relation whalevetj to the requirement to file return. Tbi exemption is not to be considered untO a person has figured out his mi Income and determined whether it was sufficient to require him to file a re--j turn. Then, if a return must be tilecL he should read carefully the lnsiruo tlons for claiming exemption, and nn plete his return. If In doubt on any point as to or deductions, a person may swnra free advice and aid from the nearest Internal Revenue office. Many hunks and trust companies are also furnishing similar service during banking hours. Heavy Penalties In Law. For falling to make a return on timet the penalty is a fine of not more than $1,000 and an addition of 25 per cent to the tax, If any. For making a .'also or fraudulent return the penaltj is a fine of not more than $10,000 rr Imor prisonment not exceeding one both ; and, in addition, 50 per nit of the tax. There are other penalties for falling to pay tax when dne an-- fox understatement of the tax thmugb Inc-omlni-nm- e yi-nJ iS o. s. m -5 -- law-maki- ng . .iir. Sold by Paull Drug Company. Plant locusts in Your Gullies. Z H B Mn AlwaysWelcome ill 1(1 If "You little rascal played along the way, didn't you? Kept grandma waiting! Oh well, it's nil right. Because j 1 m HI Mb B lS H f- is always right. It's worth waiting for. Always wel , come. Never shirks its work. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I know it's pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such ingredients as havebeec approved officially by the U.S. Food You save when you buy CALUMET BAKING POWDER it you I I I fl 19 I I K' H I II l , IHlll I III II 1 1 I !g save tvhen you use it. llI 1 lllll IK K HE Hs HI m YnTlTllliIII Hi I don't know how many acres of locust treses there are in TenMexico has had fifty-nin- e rev- nessee, but there ought to be years. ten times as many. Fence posts, olutions within sixty-on- e In China the doctor is paid telephone posts, cross-ti- e timber monthly so long as one keeps are all getting scarce. The man well and the pay is stopped who plants locust trees on his when one is ill. thin, or washed, or rough lands When water boils in a kettle t is getting an unshakable grip on invented in Japan the bubbles the future. My friend Maddox, hit metallic bars and produce who goes about showing Temnea-se- e musical sounds. farmers how to reclaim their Import dutiM on butttr yild gullied landi by growing locutti ; Interesting Pacts. property during 1919 he must Usura out the gain realized. If he rvntejl buildings, land, apartments or momg. such rents must be considered laxa-abl- e, and he may claim deductions fqj necessary expenses incidental to rcntsfl Bank interest Is a common sourcb of income anil Is taxable whether wlth-- J t drawn or not Any amount of depositor Is Income to credited to a the depositor. Interest on mortgages and notes la taxable; also bond Interest receive from corporations. A taxpayer who cashed his insuw Inance during 1919 must report come any excess received over the ton tal of premiums paid. Members of partnerships or personn service corporations or beneficiaries 0$, Nobody Is exempt from Income Tax. an estate or trust must report tbellj An obligation Is) laid directly on the shares of Income distributable to thora shoulders of each citizen and resident whether or not actuaUy withdrawn. to consider his own case and to get his Dividends of domestic corporation, must be reported. JTny other forinjj return inn time if one Is due. With 'ehch return showing a tax due of Income are taxable, unless specific a payment must accompany the return ally exempted. In the full amount of the tax or at least of the tax. All returns for 1919 must be filed on For Sale. or before March 15. ' , Must, Show True Figures. In figuring up his earnings for InStock of general mercnandise ' tor purposes a person ,must take building, and. come tax residence, and Into consideration all Items of taxable acres of land. Doing fine busiIncome, and each item Itself must be three accurate In amount. Guesses and es- ness, located on good pike, close to timates must be avoided, for the church and school, and best section of is made under o&th. Everybody who had aa Income dar- the county. If iatert&inqui7e oj ing 1919 must now determine whether IS-nffiriont is the Editor. his or her stlnccua intt-res' . one-quart- er is negligence. Many Sources of "ncome. Aside from what one may earn b his services, there are many othei; sources of income. If he sold anyj re-to- rn . 3 t -- Lj " V ,i THfc ADAIR COUNTY NEWS just received a nice assortment of corn and cotton or more if we ELGIN and BRACELET WATCHES, can, while some outsiders will which will be sold at SPECIAL PRICES put in 50 to 75 acres more. In during march. Don't fail to see them. addition to corn and cotton we will sow oats and some Alfalfa, You know how boys tear up watches. I but the temptation to raise cothave the thing for them. Father knows ton got the best of me. If it is a from own experience the real value of good season it will be a paying an INGERSOLL crop as it looks like 40 cent cot- ton next fall. Mr. Yates has YOTJiSTG-- , over 100 acres turned and six to "JEWELER" Columbia, seven teams will soon fix the enKentucky. s l0peryer. tire acreage and do other things 2nd3$2.00 perfyear AH Zones beyond Aside from the rain we have had beside. We are all sorry that Subscription due aud'Payable SnTAdvance Senator Robt. Antlers bill for a very mild winter, our coldest the Hood Brothers are not in po- burg, visited his sister, Mrs. V. Rowetown. board of educa- spell dropping the mercury to a sition to be in charge of their R. Curry, last week. tion with authority to appoint 18 above, nothing for two or farm- ANNOUNCEMENTS here. It is a good one and There is quite a lot of sickness Superintendent and teachers has three nights. Corn is selling Mr. Allen Parson, our produce in this community, such as pneuas pretty as in this country. It FOE, CONGRESS. man, made a trip to Greensburg monia and flu. been passed by the Senate The from $1.75 to $2 per bushel and is an alfalfa proposition nearly last Wednesday. question is how can it be a non- hay from $20 to $35 per ton. Walter Compton bought a every acre of it. Most of the farm, near Nell, known as the are authorized to announce partisan board. There will be We Mr. Lewis Compton is very Most all the cotton has been put people have planted gardens and BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, three to two every time an apbusy making feed baskets these Logan Reece farm. Price unon the market and brought from I am one of the people. This a candidate for the Democratic nomiknown. winter days. is up. There will 35 to 40 cents per pound. Mules nation for Congress in this, the Eighth pointment part of the country is about six Mr. R. H. Kinnaird has moved Congressional District of Kentucky. will surely be three Republicans Mr. Dick Rodgers has been to his new home, are in good demand and bringing to eight weeks earlier than in near here, State Primary Election Saturday, confined to his room several known as the Moss Gibson and vice vesa. 1920. August 7, good prices but not higher than central Kentucky and this is one farm, days with nervous trouble. and we must say he ha3 brought in your section according to mar- of the reasons it appeals to me. We are authorized to announce Only a few plant beds have with him the nicest lot of goats In the District Republican ket reports. The foregoing in- I am tired of long, cold winters Counthat has been seen in this counFRANK L BIPY, ofJAnderson been burned here. try for a long time. ty, a Democratic candidate for Con- Convention, held at Danville, on dicates thac I am writing a letter and should I ever leave this counMaster Guy Dohoney is plansubject the lnd inst., Hon. G. L. Perry-ma- and not an article of any merit try I feel like going nearer the gress, in the Eighth district, Several from this place attendning for a big crop of tobacco ed the sale of Mr. W. R. Janes, to the action ofj.the State primary, of this county, was named so this is my real intention. In equator. In fact I am not a lovthis year. Auguifc7, 1920. at Sparksville, and reported evas the Elector for the Eighth most of my communications I er of cold weather. The sun The farmers fare behind with erything sold well. Mr. Janes have not made mention of the shine suits me and I feel like Congressional District. REPUBLICAN JTATE CONVENTION. several families who live here that I have found the country their work on the account of aims to make Texas his home. Mrs. J. M. Thompson, who and formerly from Adair Co., that gives me shine. Farms are bad weather. Every county in the Stae was ELKS BECOMING THRIFTY. was sent to Lakeland asylum but in this I feel that in justice still selling, but no big rush on Mr. Howard Curry, of Greens- some time ago, improves slowly. represented at the Republican The pledge of the Elks of New to them.and for the pleasure of and not likely for some time, as burg, is visiting his brother, at Mr. Ira Flatt is attending State Convention, held in LouisYork State to secure among their their kin and friends who read school at Bowling Green. ville, last week. So far as our most people do not want to pros- this place. membership the absorption of The News, I will report their reading goes, it was a very harpect while the ground is bare. $500,000 worth of War Savings whereaboutsgas best I can. At monious gathering. The middle of April and May is - Stamps not only will be fulfilled this, writing they are all in fine a splendid time to see what this Mr. E. T.JFranks, of OwensLOOK, READ AND COME! goal will be reached him- - but the health and in love with this land will do and buyers will be , boro,. took occasion to air months before the time limit set, countrylanddoing well. All of & 3 Belf, but the speech of the con- here at that time. There are reports to the Sav us are makingjpreparations according to Cane Valley if you want BARGAINS in DRY GOODS To . mention was madelby Mr. Hays, fora many great bargains here in as ings Division of the Treasury De- big crop and if the season is and SHOES. SALE BEGINS MARCH 5TH, AND fine land as in any country and the National Committeeman. ENDS MARCH 15TH. partment. good will deliver the goods next I would like to see some of my The resolutions adopted The flu is over here, we have all had it, and are all up again. Sixteen of the sixty seven fall.' R. K. Young and W. H. old friends own them. I have thing done by Recently I purchased the stock of goods of Union Store Co., and the Re- lodges in the state already have Gill will operate extensively on no inclination to double shovel on Democrats and lauded on Feb. st I purchased the building and stock of goods of T. A. verythigh degree. exceeded their quotas, twenty their 1200 acre plantation near poor land and on hill sides. With Furkin. I have moved all these goods to the Furkin building, and publicans to a I have an enormous stock of goods, and must get rid of them The morning after the conven eight are rapidly approaching Macon. They will put in several best of wishes. to make room for the rest of my spring line. Now I am going to C- S. Harris. tion the sunrose in the East, the top and the remaining twenty hundred acres'of cotton and corn give 5 and 0 per cent, off on merchandise. Don't wait. Come to adorntheir fields and the low and just before twilight it set in on beginning of this sale. Telephone your order for fertilizer at three are making such efforts Portland. ing herds of fine beef cattle wil West. the once if you want to haul it, and get it at cost R. R. crossing V. replenish their purses after the object of the convention that their goals are assured. The C. Carolina Fertilizer. There have been several cases FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. delegates to the Louis lmarket does itsJo next St. was to name THE BANKER KNOWS. I have all kinds, Vulcan and Oliver Chill Plows. here National Convention, and fall. Mr. Young and Clellan of flu in our town, but all have The National Banker, in dis- Moore, formerly from Green recovered. they are: L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, Mr. V. R. Curry made a busiTHE cussing the encouragement by county, are united in a 500 acre Czr,e Valley, frer.lt.ck DELEGATES PROM bankers and bond dealers of par- plantation and Mr. Moore is in ness trip to Greensburg SaturMrs. Christine Bradley South, tial payment plan of purchasing charge. Heand family are high- day. government securities and other ly pleased and the future is Mrs. Jennie Squires visited Frankfort. to bright for them. This planta her mother, Mrs. J. A. Parson, SCORES OF PEOPLE HAVE Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, Som-- - high grade bonds as an aid thrift among people of moderate tion, 3 miles out of Macon, will several days of last week. erset. FOUND TRUTONA UNFAILING means, says: attest its worth with two to A. T. Hert, Louisville. Kessler Bros, are erecting a "Tho public at large should three hundred acres in cotton feed barn on their place. Dr. S. H. George, Paducah, a AS PREVENTIVE OF hold five times as many high and corn while its fine pastures negro. Mr. Tom Dudley has begun grade bonds as it owns now and will graze a splendid herd of ex- moving to his place he purchased ALTERNATES. correspondingly fewer wildcat tra grade of cattle. They have from R. L. Davis. H. GreenJGarrett, Winchester. "This Medicine Saved Me From Having Influenza," Mrs. Sears De a good number of fine Black securities. Pike-villMr. Edwin Burrell, of Donans- Mrs. JohnfW.J Langley, Similar Statements Furnish Unquestionable clarea-Ma- ny "The people owe it to them- cows and are adding daily to the Proof. list such as promise good res StocK. For Sale-Li- ve Drf Ben L.JBruner, Louisville. selves to keep clear of stock and turns. Mr. Young and Mr. Per: George F. David, Lexington. bonds of uncertain pharacter. ONE OF THE MANY CASES. They should also avoid dealers of kins, formerly from Garrard Since reaching the definite conclu 8 years old; PRESIDENTIALjELECTORS. 4 , Mrs. Josephine Sears, 2S03 Portland county, own 320 acre farm 4 Two mare mules, and cure for influenza as yet no doubtful reliability. The losses one mare; one good buggy horse: 18 sion that r W. J. Deboe, Marion. found, health authorities are avenue, Louisville, after gratefully on ha3 been every year through dishonest miles out of this place and head of old sheep and six lambs. practically unanimous in their opin- describing the many remarkable benSamuel Willis, Ashland. bond and stock dealers and their this a big crop of cotton is to be Phone L. M. Smith, ion that Prevention is the one best efits she gained from Trutona, says: STATE CENTRAL Cane Valley, Ky. fraudulent shares are simply be planted. Mr. J. A. English remeans for stamping out the dreaded "I really believe this medicine saved cently sold his farm for a good yond belief. me from having influenza." disease. The American League. net profit and has removed to of insuring efThere are scores of other similar W. Langley, Mrs. John As to the best means "Furthermore, these lossesMn fective prevent ion the answer Is to be statements, too numerous to mention, a majority of cases fall on work- this city. At present he is not e and they prove conclusively chati young men who were el Cher found in Surgeon General Blue's Fifteen Maurice Galvin, Covington. ing people who have invested un- actively engaged but is likely to is truly a remarkable agency for soldiers or sailors in the late World statement in which he says, "it Robert Hunter,Providence.. wisely. Every house be in agriculture before a great war, have made application for a chardy be kept the prevention of influenza as well as Is important r.hafc tha Ed Chenault, Lexington. should do its share of educational while. Mr. Marvin Traylor and ter, and a League will be established stronglai d ut to fight off disease an unequalled reconstructive tonic for overcoming bad of work in training people to avoid family are pleasantly located on at this place sometime in the near germs." Louisville is now making an bogus their splendid farm just outside future. It is a non political organizastatements from scores of the disease. Public securities. Jn doing this effort for a $l,000,000audltorium. the corporate limits of West tion, its objects being for the better- people have proven that there Is no Trutona's healthful action reaches the reliable dealers are building ment of man. It is in no sense conagency for providing body every portion of the body. Perfprm-in- g The plan is for the city to vote for the future, for they have it Point. Mr. Traylor will put out nected with the army, purely a civilian better its work faithfully and efficiently. strenghthland vitality to withstand $500,000 in bonds and the, other in their power to place sound about 60 to 75 acres mostly in organization, to build up high ideals, attacksJLof disease than Trutona. Trutona rebuilds diseased nerves and $500,000 is to be raised by and profitable bonds and stocks cotton. He will also have an thereby making better citizens. ' Many will remember the remarkable tissues, creates ajhealthy appetite and proves If the effort within the reach of all, and the acre or two in melons. He has Those who served in the army, Navy work done bylTrutona last year when, assists in digestion and assimilation successful, Louisville will have more thoroughly they developJ fche beafc of f arm machinery and or Marine corps are eligible to join. in innumerable! cases, serious after- of food, the results of which are InSee E. W. Eeed for further informa- effects the finest auditorium in the their selling methods the more influenza were quickly over- variably to he seen In the ruddy X cheeks and sparkling eyes of these can do his work on riding plows, tion. ' United States. This building quickly will they drive out of come by the perfect tonic In only a who have taken the'.perfect tonic. j will also stand as a memorial for harrows and cultivators. He We have to pay our accounts so slightly lesser measure has Trutona Don't take a chance take Trutosuu. business a class of unreliable con atTrutona is sold in Columbia at deen declared to have prevented Louisville soldiers who were kill- cerns that live by imposing on has refused $55 per acre profit I please call and pay yours. malady. Adr Paull Drug Company. tacks')! the ' ed in Prance. Null & Cheatham. on his farm, but he will not sell. public credulity." I TTnor rVo Vianrl nf flrmiMirir1- West Point, Miss. will be Been that Col. ments it ' Published Os Wednesdays. Frank L. Ripy, of Anderson Mch. 3rd, 1920. can- Editor The News: county, is a Democratic x Colam6iai Kentucky- Sr didate for .Congress in the Eighth The only snow in this part of district, subject to the action of the country, this winter, was a Editor J. E. MURRELL, the State primary, to be held little seen in the air for a few MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. - - - Mgr. August 7. He is a gentleman of minutes last Sunday, the last ability, a fine speaker and will day of February. March came Democratic nrwunper deTOted to the Interert tie City of Colombia nd tha paosla of Adair make a thorough canvass of the in with sunshine and pleasant BdiUjolnIne conntlci. district. He is strongly endorsed temperature and work on the by his home people. He is a farm is under headway. The as second Entered at the Columba' prominent lawyer, was a Lieu- last two weeks has been ideal ass mill matter. tenant Colonel in the world war, farm weather and it was used to went' over seas and did valiant good advantage. We have had 10, 1920. service for his country, He will WED. MAE. too much rain this winter, but see the Democrats of Adair at that seems to have been true of Subscription Price 1st and!2nd Postal Zone an early day. many parts oi the country. 3alrv Goaivty hevis ! Mr. Ernest Yates.is in charge of my farm. He has seven good sized negro families and will put out a good crop. It is our purpose to cultivate 200 acres in && I $fS$ have WATCH SALE &&&QQ&i -- Post-offic- e - L. E. non-parfis- an $eti n, 1 - 1 -- STATE-AT-LARG- E. "FLU" e. COMMIT-TEE-AT-LARG- E. Pike-TVlll- e. re-ce- nt Tro-ton- rst-cla- ss after-effec- ts sub-scriptio- n. -- . a ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i- - P01 o ) xox IOE30$E THURSDAY,MARCH, 11th fAf o We will have an expert to show you samples and take your measure for your spring suit-t- be made by o 400 ; ACRES SUBDIVIDED The Farm of Wm. C. Anderson in Best Section f o AT AUCTION T H U.R S DAY, LOCATION lle 400 ri ...'. , - r. Tailoring Co., Come in on March 11th and see the line. Schaefer-Weedo- n MARCHI8, . 1920. - v.'I - : r. .afc.P TENO'CLOCKSHARP, (RAIN OR SHINE.)- - J o D o Our stock of Ladies Spring Hats is ready for your inspection. Come and see them. D RUSSELL W CO-- , Columbia, Ky One mile west of DanviHe-Perryvlpike, (The New, Federal Highway,, also fn.nt.si ,'. i'W Blue Grass Pike. IMPROVEMENTS 10 Eoom Dwelling in large yard with fine shade, at end of beautiful" evenn-frol wiui xuw ui suaue trees on eacn siae 01 arive. Two tobacco barn- 48 x 120 me u .ier construction. Two tenant houses. New six room tenant ho'use (cost, 3i.50( yj Large stock barn 60x80, Stock Scales, Brick Meat House, Garage, and other out-b.- ,. ,j ings Wind Mill and Water Tower. Water in Dwelling and hydrants in jard. ...i auuiuio. nucimuTOawi. a.om iu lugii auitte ui cultivation .uas Deen well taken care of. Has ' B REPUTATION of being one of the MOST PRODUCTIVE FARMS in Boyle county . --r I - om I TOBACCO, CORN, WHEAT, BLUE GRASS AND CLOVER LAND 1L PERSONALS $ 1 ce OX .LI residence is in Green county, his post-offiis Milltown, Adair county. He called, dropped $1 50 in the till and ordered The News sent to his address Mr. J. O. Eussell buyer for Russell Mrs. B. T Watson was seriously ill & Co , and Mrs. IG.JW. Staples, saleslast Thursday, but she has very much lady, returned from the Cincinnati improved. and other markets this week. Mr. W. R. Todd is at home from his Mr. J.M. Dougherty, of Grove City, place of business in Ohio. Pa., was here last Jweek, looking over Mr. Cassius Hood's condition does the county, for oil prospects. not improve. He has pulmonary trouMrs J. W.HKirk.JBurkesville, was ble. at the Jeffries' Hotel'last week. Miss Corinne Breeding visited Miss Mr. G. W. Foster, Nashville, made Golda English at Greensburg last a business trip'toIColumbia a few days week, spending several days very de ago. lightfully. Mr. Jas. W. McCarty, Cincinnati, Mr. Jas. Edwards has returned from traveling salesman called upon the Louisville. Columbia merchants a few days since. Mr. Leslie McClister reports that Mr. W. C. Dobson, Sulphur Well, four of his children are victims of the made a businessltrip to Columbia last flu. Wednesday. Jo, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Loy, Mrs. Ella Bogle, New Albany, Ind., is quite sick. was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days Mr Edwin Hamlett, of Center Colsince. lege, is spending a few days with "his Mr. J. E. flobson.JCampbellsville, .mother. was in Columbiajonelday last.week. Mr. Mark Lewis, of New York City, Mr. H. K. Alexander,! Burksville, is visiting at the home of his uncle, was here a fewftdays ago, enroute to Mr SamLewis. Louisville. He had;aIthroat trouble Misses Yerna Todd and Lula Todd, and his missionjto the city was to go who-arat Bowling Green, and their under the treatmentjof a specialist. brother, Mr. W. E. Todd, who is sick Mr. O. C. Pace, Lebanon was in Co Campbellsville, the two former are re ported as being in a dangerous condiInmbia recently. Mr. O. L. Goode, a popular travel- tion and the latter as doing very well. e Prominent Lawyer Dies. Mr. W. N. J Why Does Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELL?" Because I offer what the buyers want, This Land peal to You. Will Ap. Foster, who was a prom- inent lawyer of Greensburg, and also a leading Republican politician, died at his home last Tuesday at about 2 o'clock in the afternoon. tenants. He was the father of PaulFoster, Subdivided, and to be sold in sevwho frequently visits Columbia. eral tracts. The deceased was also known to 150 to 200 acres with main improvemany Columbians, and surviving ments. friends iere were sorry to learn of his 60 to 70 acres with tenant house'', 50 acres with 6 room house and todemise. N bacco barn. His death was sudden. He met 3 Tracts of 40 to 50 acres drain well. with a stroke of appoplexy on Friday night, and a day later he suffered a second attack. He was about 62 years Blue For old, The interment was in Greens Wm. C. Anderson v Danville, W. E. burg cemetery Monday afternoon. About 110 acres In fine wheat, 80 acres clover, 110 acres for corn; (part already plowed) 20 acres blue grass sod plowed for tobacco, 10 acres sod plowed for potatoes. Balance 60 to, 70 acres blue .grass sod Lots Yard. Farm will be sold for Immediate possession with owner's portion of the crops. Good contracts with good Each tract with good frontage and fine building sights on pike But remember We Sell to Suit the Will sell two or more tracts together so you may buy just the size farm you want My contract with Mr. Anderson calls for a sale at the ''High Dollar" or limit. without reserve, d t Here is your opportunity. No other farms in this section for sale Its equal will not be offered for sale either publicly or privately this year Regardless of conditions this farm will continue to increase in value. This farm attracts the attention of every passer by Land nearly level, just grade enough to Buyer. by-bi- Located right in Mip Gnrden Spot of Kenruclc, whre I ai..l. Stock, Crops, Health. Culture a. .1 Knowledge are the magnetic i o!Urs of the Universe Where Bin grass grows the tallest, Soil the detest. People live the longer, Stoct- the finest, Schoo's the Grandest, a Keservea .beat in the Theatre or Life. - tion as an Educational Center. J: . Eoad Facilities and Markets. J county a reputation for Frr Soil. Good Pikes. Progressive zens Space fobids further de Only look and you will sure at the sale. Bid last and you i : Danville has a National Rep--s- . I s ! never regret it li further particulars, print and to show you the farm see Moss, or R. H. Dever, at my office at Odd pants, overalls, work shirts, fine shirts and all kinds underwear. Nell & Cheatham. Danville, or SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man, Winberry Oregon. Editor News: LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Will also sell 700 barrels of corn in lots to suit the purchaser. I notice that my subscription to your paper has expired Am sending 84.00 for which please keep it coming as long as that pays for. GOOD Yours Respt C S. Mooney. HEALTH LIFE'S GREATEST BLESSING Happiness and iuccess Within Easy Reach of Red-Blood- ) Kfr ing salesman, called to see our hardware dealers a few days ago. If is not often that a son of a formeT Judge W. S. Sinclair, Mr M. C President gets this far away from Winfrey and Mr. Sam Lewis attended home, but last week Mr. Robt. Taft For the Farmer the Eepublican State Convention. son of former President Wm. Howard Mr. F. W. Milller, of Eunice, a forKentucky farmers this year have on Taft, of Cincinnati, was here repremer sheriff of Adair connty, was in hand livestock worth approximately senting, as an attorney, the Royer Columbia last Wednesday. compared to 78,439,000 Wheel Company in a suit brought by $165,017,000 Mr. Oscar Fair, Liberty, was here worth of stock on farms in the State .Eld rod & Co., against said corpora iast year. There is only a very slight tion. last Thursday. . decrease in the total number of all Mr. J. A. Mill Springs, was All accounts due the first of each classes of farm animals as a whole, but here the latter part of last week. Keen & Hoy. the lower prices, compared to a year month. Messrs. O. L Hughes and C. L. ago, make the total value apjproximat-lKyle, Jamestown, were registered at fiisevjllf, Ky. seven and a half per cent less than the Jeffries Hotel a few dayssince. in 1919. Editor News: Mr. E. O. Stone was here last ThursHorses number approximately I am sending you a check for $1 50 day, with his calendar stmples for 1921. mules 231,000, milk cows 457,000, My grandmother and I can't do withMrs. Wyatt Conover suffered with other cattle, 580,000, sheep 1,236,000, out the paper. Many thanks. tonsilitus several days of last week Compared to and swine 2,691,000. Yours truly, Mrs C. M. Russell and her little 1919 this is approximately a decrease R. S. Turk. daughter Crtherine, were quite sick of 2 per cent in horses, no change in Special sale at Young's Jewelry several days of last week. number of mules, 1 per cent increase Mr. C C. Bates, of Jamestown in number of milk cows, 5 per cent de Store this month. traveling salesman, spent Thursday crease in other cattle, 3 per cent deFor Sale. night in Columbia. He has bgena crease in number of sheep and 5 per steadfast friend of The Adair County cent decrease in numberof swine. A 15 horse Case Thresher engine, one 28 Case Separator, one 6 roll corn News for a number of years. Hartwell, Ga. threader, one Eussell saw rig. All Mrs Alice Smith, of Creelsboro, was the above is comparatively new and here Thursday night, on her return Mcb. 1, 1920. in good running shape. home from a visit to her daughter, at Adair County News, Eay Page, Cane Valley, Ky. Louisville Columbia, Ky. 18-Mr. F. L. Wilson, President of the Kind Editor: People' Bank, Russell Springs, and Mr Enclosed find check for 50 cents for Notice, Telephone Subscribers. McKinney, cashier of the which please send me your paper to Walter On March 15, we will discontinue Bank of Jamestown, were here last the above address till I notify you I service on all telephones, that rental Thursday. have changed my office. has not been paid in full for year 1919. I am sorry to hear old Adair is havMrs. Mary Biggs was quite sick Columbia Telephone Co. ing '.'Flu" again. The plague is several days of last week. WANTED, A tenant on my farm Eld. Z T. Williams is now able to doubled on us here. We are having Apply to T. J. Goodman, walk about his premises, and will "Flu," smallpox, .and meales. Best x Columbia, Ky. doubtless be able to be about town wishes to your paper. Eespt. Yours, soon. Family Eeceipts. We fill them Laura Smyche. Mr. Brack Massie and his daughter, right. Eeasonable prices. waste time and money on a are rapidly Improving. Don't cMissHattle, Keen & Hoy. i Mr P. "E Snnfres. one of Grp.fln winn. worn out watch when you can own a ty's best citizens, was in Columbia good one. Prices light' at L. E. Do you need a good watch? See Young's line. last Saturday. While Mr. Squires "OUBg'. em Plows and all kinds of repairs. New lot roofing. Just come to our store and we can furnish what you want. Nell & Cheatham. Men and ANEMIC Women. UNNECESSARY. CONDITION Pepto-Manga- Makes Rich, Red Blood-BuilUp Pale, Thin Anemic Men and Woman. n ds health is the most important asset of life. Without a vigorous, strong body and a keen, clear mind, true happiness and enjoyment are imGood possible 429,-G0- 0, 3t And yet so many women, and men too, whose misfortune it is to be pale, thin and anemic, hopelessly accept this condition in the belief that ro bust health and real happiness are not for them. Thousands of men and women have been restored to vigorous health and lasting happiness by Gude's This beneficial blcod tonic contains the very properties so vitally needed to improve the blood. Pepto Mangan, if taken for. a few weeks, will enrich the blood and create thousands of the tiny red blood cells that are so necessary to carry nourishment and strength to every part of the body . n is safe, beneficial, and pleasant to the taste. For convenience it is" prepared in liquid and tablet form, both possessing exactly the Bame medicinal prepared in liquid and tablet form, both possessing ex actly the same medicinal properties. Be sure to ask your druggist for "Gude's" when you order "Gude's" is the genuine Pepto- Mangan. Look for the name "Gude's" Pepto-Mangan. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan. and entered business there. In this new field of labor he had made many Owen Spalding Smith, son of Mr new friends. and Mrs. T. I. Smith, was born in Among his last words to his devoid Adair County Ky , Aug, 8, 1894, de- mother he said, I dou't dread to die parted this lire Ma ch, 1, 1920 but do not want to leave wife nnd Spalding was a sober and industrious young man, he was no great talker but baby. The wife and little one wrc word for those he both dangerous sick at that hour. The always had met along the way of life He pro- funeral was conducted by the writer fessed his faith in Christ in early life at his old home in Cane Valley, in the presence of many sorrowing friends and joined the Disciples Church, Was married to Miss Sallie Davis and loved ones.after which we lai f his about four years ago To this union one body to rest in the beautiful ceme ary child wasborn.Little Mary Catherine, at Cane Valley to await tne resurreca sweet, little babe, I never knew a tion morn. more devoted couple, and O how this To the broken hearted wife, faster, father loved the little one. It cast a mother, and two brothers, and aU the : shadow over the entire community many relatives and frsends we extend whenithe news came of his his death, our sympatey. while the cloud of death was hovering By"aFriend. around the broken hearted family. He called father, mother and brothers Don't let cigars get the best of you; to the bed and said farewell, tell all Get the best of cigars. . the people good bye back at home. He "Keen & Hoy. had recently moved to Campbellsville Obitnary. -- '- -r LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Are twin conservators of the .,, V-'H- . HOME l MAN-POWE- Life Insurance protects from R LOSS of the That earns the daily bread. Fire Insurance protects from. LOSS of POSSESSIONS That shelter and comfort. 3r. Columbia; Adi Born, to the wife'of O. W. Willis, March 4. 1920, a dauenter. It was life . ' 'leas. R JREIEI), "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. (A - I (Kentucky, v -- tx-- Pf S k- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 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. ' I 5 A A M4"M444f44444444M .;-- 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. J A '. CLOTHING . . - . SHOES :- A A 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 burdeo. ,,-...:- -"-. It is a critical period through which this world is passing, and the whole-souled one that demands - 5 5 interest of every thinking man and woman in this world. You can not perform your duties as a citizen of this country unless you think right; you can not think right-unles-s you are fully informed; you can nrt be fully informed unless you rerd a daily newnpaper. 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. Albin Murray J wQjt Columbia, Kentucky Next Dooi to The Adair County New Office. J (Ql .. The Louisville Heraldhas the largest circulation of any morning newspaper in tucky, and all Louisville newspapers are sold at the same price, this is proof that it is considered the best paper by the most people. self-evede- nt Ken- 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 correspondents; in addition it gives you all the news from Europe that is gathered by the Universal NewB 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. 0 A A A A A C S A I A GENERAL MERCHANDISE 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. 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" " 1.50. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & to TOTAL $6.50. Funny how a wif a can't realize her husband's Worth the way she can realize his Worthlessneas Hanging a horseshoe over the door may bring you luck if you do not forget to lock the door before you go to bed. You may have noticed W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. SBOTH ONE YEAR FOR IT $6.00. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. that a man isn't very careful in his language when he is talking to some man" he knows he can lick. This would be a nice world if we were as regular in leaving unsaid the things we should not have said as we are in leaving undone the things we should have done. 1 I t rrjr n.ere we arc, in. 2- ! - uiu oAiajjc U3 Chesterfield . I $ I $ YES, and that's the way always arrive crisp, fresh and in prime shape for smoking. It's the extra wrap- paper that per of moisture-proo- f does it. Your Chesterfields never become too moist or too dry m TvutTkm 1 1 vi ft m The reason why a Corn Fed All Classes of Dental Work Done. girl doesn't mind haviag to wear Crownadge and Inlay Work a puch big stockings is because Specialty. she doesn't have to wear an Out All Work Guaranteed Size in shoes. Office: next door to post office. ' A thin woman can get just so thin and no thinner. But there is no limit to how fat a woman We will furnish the Adair County , can get. News and Cincinnati Weekly Enquir And the reason why a woman er, one year each, for 81.90. The is a woman is because she can qulrer is the best weekly that comes look at another woman's hat for to this part of the State, and it con- four seconds and describe it, for tains all the Kentucky news. four hours. Columbia Barber Shop LOY A ij. Sz LOWE . Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactlonand Gratification are Guaranteed. v Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Job Work turned out promptly. Give us a trial and be convinced. ;AVork guaranteed. First-cla- ss 1 "" '.'M - F- tW.Ai' . . - ji fijftL ADAIR COUNTY N'SWS In this connection, mention Obituary. I. and should be made of the boar "COLORS OF A RAINBOW ' his importance as a sire. The On February 5th, the death SWISS DYKING SAVES BUYING fno.lr.f tVthJTwnrnrfrnn'MT-TrlTlflg;theHPntto,etetngpresent day slogan is "Use a angel visited the home of Mr. J. Swiss Clwmiwg Was Wo Equal MEN'S GARMENTS REPAIRED FREE! pure-bre- d boar." This should I. Willin, and took his beloved ".. Bead Tftfc rfcrcsTS'Offt wife, Mrs. Hattie Willin, after a be changed slightly. v,. CLEANERS & DYERS, SWISS 00) St. severe illness of pneumonia of 909 The Slogan should be, "Use a about two weeks' suffering. LOUisvnj.r.KY'. Ode 17 4th At. boar." There The deceased was 44 years old Good pure-bre- d a friend with stimulating ideas on national scrubs (this last June, which made her full and locol problems, one whose vies would command as FnnKforK. ed with police power under the are pure-bre- d From much respect, for'instance, as that received by the edi t to all classes of animals,) as age at time of death, 44 years act. torial page of the Louisville employer of well as other kinds of scrubs. and almost 8 months. She had Officers, agents or (By J. Sherman Porter.) a friend who would meet you early in the day been a member of the Zion Bapand tell you in a concise, authoritative way aobut every beginning of the week in common carriers violating the The fact that a boar is pure-breThe important world event during the preceding twenty- tist church for about 27 years the Legislature Tuesday was act are subject to fine of $50 to even though he may be registerfour hours, quoting what the New York Times was and had been a consistent memprinting the same morning, what the reliable Associat-- 1 by the transfer to the $500. marked ed, does not mean that he is ber all that time. Those who V ed Press was say log about politics, strikes, or the High prohibiten enforceFed Senate of the On affidavit of State or necessarily a good animal or a had known her all the time judg Cost of Living; giving you news which he had received ment bill, which passed the eral officer and one other citizen, by wire the night before from correspondents all over good, pure-bre- d ed her as a true christian lady. Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee; by a majority describing the premises wherein good sire. A Honse last week to seek and the She and her husband had been a friend who would sit down while you were of 62 to 23, with amendments intoxicating liquors are suspect- boar is the kind eating your cereal and draw a cartoon which would married about 19 years, and this which are declared by some of ed of being sold, and magistrate kind that sows should be mated make you think, and then some pictures that would union was blessed with 3 chilmake you laugh; its friends to weaken it but gen may issue warrant and entrance with. A common boar should be dren, Mark, aged 18, Lambert, a friend versatile enough to give your wife erally accepted by the drys as be enforced. given no consideration as a aged 15, and Olive, aged 10. just what she wants to know about cooking, shopping not of vital importance, since The act does not apply to breeder. The quicker he is sent and fashions, then entertain the children every day Sister Willin was a quiet lady the stringent jail sentence and manufacturers having permits with a forest animal story. to the shambles, the better. with not many words. She was penitentiary penalties in the for transportation under the a friend who is not obtrusive, but who stands The above discussion relative industrious and kind about her ready, any moment during the day to answer your quesbill are left intact and national prohibition act. original tions about racing, boxing or any other sport and the to better hogs is very true and nome. ine bereavement was the injunction and abatement next, minute "tip you off," if you want him to, on the Any person may have liquor worse because the huBband and way stocks are selling on the metropolitan markets. clauses are all that the drys in his possession for personal highly important, and yet it will oldest son were confined at the confiscation could wish, tho the If you only COULD buy a friend like that, benefit a man but little to get use. time of the death and were preand for $5.00 a year. feature is eliminated. better hogs if he will not feed vented from attending the fuThe'bill as passed conforms to them properly. The two, better neral and burial. They were prohibition Res. Phone the Volstead Federal Business Phone hogs and better feeding, must were both confined with pneuis not law and it is said that it go hand in hand for best results, monia. The deceased was taken is ready to do all that The daily Courier-JournN. likely to be opposed in the SenDr. this person might. Its opinions always are worth careon the whole, hogs are not fed to the home of Mrs. Fannie ate. Those who voted against ful consideration, its news service is reliable and comas well 8S they could be with but Montgomery. Feb. 6, and Rev. plete, its features for the home and for every member Repreit in the House were: DENTIST L. J. B. Smith conducted funeral of the family are entertaining and instructive, and it little extra effort and actually sentatives Ballard, Boling, Bry-eocosts only 85.00 for an entire year. sefvices in the presence of a less expense. This i3 quite true Ciarlc, Day, Duffy, Foster, goodly number of relatives and AH We Are Now Able Best Gamblin, Gossett, Holladay, Hudin some sections of Kentucky.es-Deciall- y neighbors. He Office, Front Roomsf Jeffries' BTd. com delivered a son, Huff, Huntsman, Johnson, To Offer in the Eastern part. It forting sermon from John 10: 27- Kimbrough, Neel, Kaufman, UPSTAIRS.! is safe to say that much pork 29, which shows the great proDAILY Williamson and Travis, Webb, produced on Eastern Kentucky tection of Christ for his children Winn. COLUMBIA, KY farms is produced at an actual which he called sheep. After The bill prohibits the sale, And The loss, costing farmers more than funeral services the remains gift of all inmanufacture and were deposited in the Montgomit would to buy in. toxicating liquors except for ery family cemetery to rest unsacramental, medical, scientific Belter Hogs and Better Feeding. BOTH I YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00 Corn, mast, kitchen waste and til the resurrection morning. or mechanical puaposes, containgrass are the foods commonly We are informed that she leaves This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, There are two factors in conof one ing more than' one-habut only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New depended upon in Eastern Ken- 3 half sisters and an aged mothper cent of alcohol. nection with the hog business subscriptions may, if desired, stare at a later date, and renewals tucky for the production of pork. er, besides the husband and will date from expiration of pre snt ones. Medical preparations manu- which are always of extreme imchi ldren to mourn the loss. The If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitue The profactured in accordance with for- portance, (1) quality of hogs None of these contain much Louisville Times for The mother was sick and could not Send or bring your orders to the office of the mulas of authorized schools of fed, and (2) quality of feeding tein and mineral matter, those be present at the time. The medicine, proprietary medicines materials in feeds, which produce husband and children are not ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, Columbia, Ky. done. However, under the un unfit for beverage use, toilet, bone and muscle, or in other christians. Mr. Willin in a per high and antiseptic prepara- fortunate conditions of medicinal words, make the animal grow. sonal conversation with the writsolutions, flavoring ex- priced feed and low priced hogs tions and Certain proportions of protein er expressed an earnest desire syrups unfit for bever- which have existed during the tracts and absolute- to be a christian and be prepared preserved past six months, the two factors and mineral matter are age made, vinegar and "Smooth as silk, eh? Same here" to meet the companion again. ly neceasary in rations for hogs sweet cider and alcohol medicat- memtioned have become even My earnest prayers are that he Chesterfield. satisfactory growth may be ed according to such formulas more important than before. In to produce amd I hope the husband as will render it unfit for beverand development. The younger and children may all turn their S jk39 other words, the man who has age purposes are expected. the animal, the greater are the hearts sincerely to the Lord who good hogs and has done good CHESTERFIELDS Punishment for first offense fed proportions of these two mater- alone can save and comfort, and four" smoothness, $50 to $300 find and thirty to feeding has been able to pull ials necessary in the ration. Fat- prepare them to meet the wife taste, quality and value. sixty days in jail; second offense, through the hog market slump, and mother beyond this veil of What's the good word, need but small year in prison; third and subse so far, in fairly good shape; but tening hogs tears, where parting shall be no everywhere you go ? years. quent offenee, fivs to ten amounts. more. the farmer who has been feeding They satisfy! corporations which may an inferior grade of hogs in a For H. T. Huber. to $5,000 violate the law, $1,000 common, inefficient way has lost fine for first offense, and not less Dry Enforcement Bill is Advanced money, and the more he has fed than $5,000 for subsequent offen In State Senate. the more money he has lost. ses. stronger Business Solicited Manufactures of liquor must There never has been a (By J. Sherman Porter) file bond of $5,000, and shall file argument for better hogs and ADAlRJand ADJOINING Frankfort, Ky., March I. The with clerk state- better feeding than the experCOUNTIES Senate Committee on Alcoholic ment showing make and quality ience of the past six months. Liquors has favorably reported of sales, amount sold and to It is impossible to say too much J. M. WOLFORD, the liquor enforcement law, whom. ties to compel the lawless liquor forcement act The vote in the in favor of better hogs. In fact, CASEY CREEK, KY. which passed the House by more reDruggist must keep a daily men to respect it For that House showed that party lines quality in all classes of livestock than 2 to 1, and it has been adreason the penalties were made had been broken to smash on this cord of sales. is of extreme importance, good vanced to the point where it will severe, experiences having dem question, and that Republicans Physicians must keep duplirequire only a few days to send quality often being responsible onstrated that fines without im- and Democrats had joined to put cates in alphabetical order of it to the Governor unless it is prisonment would not stop the an end to whisky outlawry & profit in prescriptions for liquor and each for the difference between amended, in which case it would, 'Vith a jail sen Kentucky, with evils- equal to and loss in the feed lot. Good law breakers. prescription must contain name of course, go back to the House tence and perhap3 a penitenriary these of the old lawless saloon anaaddress of patient, name of hogs are more efficient users of Years Used for concurrence in the Senate sentence facing him, it is prob threatening not only the cities' pharmacist and statement that feed than poor ones; that is, any amendments and might get lost able that the temptation to illicit but the dry counties as well. physician iB in personal attend- certain amount of feed put into in the legislative shuffle, as the V distilling and selling will be very ance on patient-OnlThe bill to tax whisky fifty-- , good hogs will make more pork Rules Committee of both sides much reduced. one pint in ten days may will be in charge of all legislacents a gallon passed the House than if feed to poor hogs. In prescribed. With both parties in the last be tion this week. It will yield $17,500,000, three some way, which is difficult to election pledged to enforcement physicians Druggists and It is said to be imorobable that explain, the good hog is able to endorsing the fourth of which will go to.the may be deprivviolating the law any attempt will be made to of the law and fund and the other fourth digest, assimilate and store in statewide, as well as national road The Woman's Tonic amend the bill in the Senate. ed of their licenses for one year. treasury,. amendment, backers of the (bill into the State, the form of lesh in itB own body, There is a genuine sentiment in drunkenness is punishPublic be no justification Sold EvMywiMra Nearly 15.000,000 liberty bofa. greater proportion of the mafavor of giving prohibition a say there can able by fine of $10 and and $100 a tWGoTanuMt terials from the feed than the JhJLK .myml HKTHLBLJiLUH chance to show its benefits, and for any member of the Striate jfiyCito thirty days. S during thejaantbiat'JaWMKy; to furnish a law with real pfcl- - failing to" support the law en Railroad conductors,areanve8t inferior animal. . I fnc you could buy a friend f or $5.00 a year ap-pli- es Courier-Journa- l: d, " t 13-- B. 13-- You Couldn't Spend the Money Too Quickly, Yet al J. Murrell n, ut of THE COURIERJOURNAL" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS lf Courier-Journa- l. AUCTIONEER ffBPfrviy ifvl ft B semi-month- ly 1 5 40 s J - y CARDUI -- I wer-rtirJi- T 1 "h k,. "'f . J- - "I V V J3 V - T- - ' - y 8 ADAIR COUNTY 1 NEWS. AUUlllUIlAL LUUAL " 1 riniTIA&f Birthday Dinner. 1 he attention of the business men ular salesman of Buchanan Lyon of Adalr and adjoining counties is called to the statement of the First Co., of Campbellsville, made his National Bank which can be found on regular trip here last week, and our first page. as usual did a good business ANNOUNCEMENT s Smith, who lives near O V. Cheatham, who lives near with our merchants. Mr. Amos Keltner and family Jit.. Pleasant church, the mother of town lost a fine Jack, one of the best Mrs W. C. Murrell, this place, spent in this part of the State, a few nights left us last week for their new a very happy time last Sunday the ago. He was valued at $1,000. home at Spurlington. We regret - 1th On that day she was seventv- to give this good family up. We ine years old, and her relatives in Gradyvllle, had no better citizens than Mr. that community, the various members t Mrs. Sallie ; '. '? Keltner and family. Your re Butler family, spent the day very cold porter and Mr. Keltner were We arfi having some wih her, enjoying a most bountiful Nearly all her immediate weather at present. dinner. closely connected in a business km were present, but her brother, Uncle Charlie Yates has been capacity for two years or more, Mr.Josh Butler, who is confined to on the sick list for the past few and we know whereof we speak, Jiisjrooin. It was a day long to be relays. that he is strictly a good, religi membered. Mr. Thos. Moss is growing ious businessman, and we take of (the PH ,flkTiTV9tMV& f rule, lowest price, Qui -. prompt ser- i:--' vice, complete satisfaction. Keen & Hoy. 4 I - Lancaster, Ky. M: ?!fcrls . , . We are having lots of sickness. There has been a number of We have about twenty case3 of case3 of flu in this section for flu, b'ut not serving them as tough the past month, but we are glad as last winter. ' to report the cases have about Master Nimmy J. Akin who all recovered. has double pneumonia, is slowly Owing to the very cold weath- improving. er the first of the week, there Your scribe transacted busiwere only a few fro ji our town ness Glass Showcase wanted. last week. attended court at Columbia last L. M. Smith, Dept. Store, Several from here attended week. Cane Valley, Ky. Mr. W. R. Janes' sale last Frione of day. Most of the things went Mr. Leonard Walker, Influenza On the Increase. the progressive farmers and high, but stock. Your scribe bought a good year old mule for 5X cases reported to Health Officer business men of Nell community, Oast week. 70 cases this week with passed through here the first of one hundred dollars. , several localities not reporting their the week with a nice bunch of T. J. Thompson, L. W. and A. " eases. hogs, en route for Columbia, D. Sparks, were in your city last S. P. Miller, where he had sold them at the week, and reported the roads in Health Officer market price. a very bad condition. ' , Mr; Charley Tupman, of Joppa, vho Messrs. E. H. Hughes and H. Sam Simpson .whose horse ''went overseas, and was under shell A. Walker, of Columbia, were threw him a few days ago, days, reached home .fire twenty-fiv- e about ten days ago. In one engage by the bedside of Mr. Jo Hunter knocking out some teeth and ment he was wounded in the Jaw by a one day last week. bruising him up generally, is able machine gun, which kept him in a hosMrs. W. P. Flowers, who has to be out again. pital for more than a year. His jaw Mr. Jo Shives our merchant with her Columbia h does not feel natural at this time, but been in daughter, Mrs. James Hoy for transacted business in Columbia i?enriftl health Is c- -- . annd. f the past week, returned home last Saturday. .Mr. Lyman Cape, father of the The farmers here have done young Grover Cape, killed by Bryant the first of the week. Shearer, on Melson's Eidge five years Owing to the high water and very little towards farming, on ajro, reached Columbia last Tuesday bad roads, we failed to get any account of bad weather and sick night, from Oklahoma. He said he mail for a day or so last week. ness, started for this place as soon as he Mr. Arthur Curry has about heard that the man who kill his son, but we console ourselves by lookhad been caught and landed in Colum ing forward to the near future, completed moving here from bia jail. when bads roads and high waters Bliss. Glad to have them with Mr. Austin Loy, one of Adair's best in old Adair will be a thing of us, citizens, now gets his nail at Colum- the past, as it is a certainty now The tobacco market has gone bia. He has removed from Fairolay that we will get the pike and dead when a fellow only gets five to his farm on the Jamestown road, bridges, too. have cents a Dound for his tobacco at-Kel- tner My Dear Mr. Murrell: You will please find enclosed 83, mark my subscription up as far as you can uud get all the news of my county in satnef for I am interested in every tiling that happens in the county of any tiirth. With all good wishes for jou and Adair county folks. " Yours Sincerely, Jesse W Sweeney. weaker each day and can not pleasure in commending them to the people of Spurling, where last but a day or so. Mr; Jo Hunter is getting along they will reside. , as well as could be expected for Rugby. a man of his age with a broken limb. We wish to announce that we now have moved our stock of Pionos, Organs, Phonographs, and other Musical In struments to the room in the Merchants Hotel Block jist ' vacated by the Hatcher-Mitche- ll Company. In our new place it is our desire to cany every musical instrument from a French Harp to Piano and Phonograph. I Also a Complete Line of Sheet and Roll Music of Latest l Date, and Records for the EDISON, COLUMBIA, ROYAL and other makes of Talking Machine? for which we have the agency. 3 SANDERS & HENDRICKSON, PIANO DEALERS, CAMPBELLSVILLE, - KENTUCKY. I "Adair County Farmers Show Progress i As Well As Pride In Their Homes." We are pleased to note that a large number of t he progressive Farm and Home owner are taking pride in adding conveniences, comfort and improvements to their homes and farms by installing modern, Lighting, Cooking, Ironing and Heating Systems. Those who have plants already installed" in their homes and well pleased, are, viz: Up-to-date i "V- - recently purchased of Mr. Mark HolMr. H. C. Keltner, who had and buys his tobacco paying five laday Fairplay has lost a good neighbor and friend and the Zion communi-- t the misfortune of getting his leg cents an ounce for his smoking has gained one. broken by the fall of his horse and five cents a chew for his - T. F. C0RB1N CANE VALLEY, FCY. m i. he was riding a few days ago. we are glad to report is getting along nicely. Dr. L. C. Nell, who was his attending physician informed us on his return from Mr. Keltner's, that he had five cases at that time with broken limbs, and the most of the cases were people over fifty years, of age. Mr. H. A. Walker, of Colum in to see us for a few hours, while out on his farm looking after his farming interest a few days ago. Mr. Walker informed us that the tobacco market was a little quiet for the present, but his firm 'was on the market for all the weed they could buy at prices subject to the quality of tobacco. bia-calle- d chewing, he feels like cussing the tobacco trust. Something will have to be done, a fellow can not raise tobacco at five cents and pay five dollars and up for shoes and other things in propo-tiothe farmers can not live at n, Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Rowe Mr. and M.s. W. T. Dohoney Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Flowers Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dohoney Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McKinley Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rowe Numerour other good homes will be brightened and made happy just as fast as their outfits can from the J. B. COLT CO'S. Factory at Chicago, III. such. Mr. Boss Janes and Miss Ada ' "A NINE YEAR TEST." Campbellsville, Ky., y.' ' ?t ' 'Auctioneer'and Dealer In . Taylor County. Feb. 17, 1920. Real Estate.. Your Business l McKinney drdve to the residence of Rev. H. T. Jessee, last Thurs day afternoon and were married. The bride is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Elroy McKinney. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs., We wish them Leslie Janes. many happy days together. ' we installed one of the Automatic Feed Carbide Generators and Conplete Lighting Outfits, with 18 or 20 lights, including all the. rooms, porches, cellar, etc. This system has always given the best of Service, and Light Superior to Elec1911, To all whom it Concerns: In the year of 't: Ijrttfc tricity and far safer than Oil Lamps and Lanterns. It has never cost us a ceht for repairs ojr new parts as none have been needed, andap-peato be as good in every way as when installed nearly tyine rs , Sf'l Alva Grider 1 B. 0. ' optometrist ' jamstown, ky. .M -- ' OFFICE: Room 19. Patterson Building. MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, '. ANDPUBUC DAYS. 7'i? -: Where our teachers ,will teach Messrs. Dudley & Son, our ef- this year. Valeria Campbell at ficient mill men, have been un- Independence, Tina Campbell at able, for the pastfew days to do Birds, Ola Rowe at Antioch, Ira any grinding on their mill, from Flatt at Rowe Town, Your scribe the fact that they are having in- at Keltner, ' lv" r stalled a new engine to th,eir mill. This will be a great savWe will furnish the Adair County fuel as well as labor. ing in News and Cincinnati Weekly Enquir They have had a machinist here er, one year each, for;$l.G0. The for the past week putting-- the machinery in. They expect to qulrer is the best weekly that comes to this part of the State, and it con be running in a few days. -- Years Ago. ; ... "4& - We canhjghly recommend this System of Carbide Lighting for any Farm or'Town Home. ;f . ,C ' Signed .r - Respectfully Submitted, ! I. K. Miller, J. H. Miller, . ( Sam'l. T. Miller. ; ;::fa. 6. BOONE, Representative, 1112 COLUMBIA; KY. REPUBLIC BUILDING, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. Jam 'Buchanan, the pop- - tains all the Kentucky news. , -K- -.: ""