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Lewis Coffey and Shelby Shlvely, of this place, who are about grown, left last week for Memphis, Tenn., where they had accepted positions. Both of the young men are of excellent character, and well qualified to do business. Young Coffey is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coffey, and young Snivel? is a son of Mr. S. E. Shlvely. They start with good moral habits and a determination not to deviate from the high ideals that are necessary in climbing the ladder to the top. Boys, you have the best wishes of all Columbia. When you. return to see your home folks all your former associates will be ready to reach you glad hands. A Han's Prayer. Store Robbed.. Department of Education". 192C-Th- e Mr G. E. Sanders, of Harlan, Ky., Phillips died at London, Ky., on last Sunday morning, is here visiting at the homes of Mr. .February 22, 1920. She was born S. H. Kassem and Mr J. D. Turner MaTch 17, 1898, at Wahallah, Victoria, Mr. Sanders is a Syrian by birth and Australia, where she lived until the rearing. He came to this country in age of 10 years, when she with her L1903, located in Harlan where he mar i. ried an American girl and their unparents, moved to Walhl, New She was a graduate of Trinity ion has been blessed with three chilCollege of London, and also of the dren. In talking to the News he Royal Academy of London, England. stated that he was thoroughly Amer She was christened in the Church of ican; that he had a happy home and England in infancy, and received was making money. He Icame down Christ as her Savior at the age of 16 to Adair county with the view of buyyears while in New Zealand. She ing a farm if he succeeds In finding came to this country a year ago, land- one that suits him. He is a close ing at Vancouver, British Columbia, friend of Mr. Kassem and Mr. TurFebruary 16, 1919, coming on from ner, Mr. Kassem also being a Syrian. there to Somerset, where together Mr. Sanders is well pleased with Cowith her mother she was baptized in lumbia and the people generally, and the fellowship of the First Baptist he thinks that if he wn buy property Church of this city. For the past here, desirable property, he and his four months Miss Phillips had been family would be perfectly contented instructor of music in Sue Bennett He is a Mason as is also Mr. Kassem. Both belong to Harlan Lodge. Memorial College, London, Ky. Zea-ian- Last Thursday night thieves Teach me that sixty minutes make Frankfort, March 9, an hour, sixteen ounces one pound, the general store of Mr. Late following letter was received Philips, at Msnnsville, Taylor county, from the State Superintendent b? and one hundred cents one dollar. Help me to live so that 'I can lie and made a considerable haul. Besides our County Superintendent, Noab down at night with a clear consciene, many articles of merchandise they got Loy: The school laws enacted by the preswithout a gun under my pillow, and five hundred dollars in cash. The robbery was discovered early Friday ent session of the General Assembly undaunted by the faces of those to morning and a pose started at once on for the most part have an emergency whom I have brought pain. Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may the hunt of the thieves They were clause and go into effect immediately-Therare some features of these laws earn my meal ticket on the square; traced to Lebanon where they had given evidence of crookedness, and that it is important for yon to know and in doing so may not stick the gaff ,two of the men, a man namud Cox the at once. I shall send you a complete where it do6S not belong. other Phillips were arrested. Some copy of these laws as soon as they are Deafen me to the jingle of tainted of the goods were found on their per available. In the meantime, I wish, money, and the rustle of unholy skirts son and also most of the money. The you would act upon the following Blind me to the faults af "he other Culprits were carried to Campbells-vill- e points: fellow, but reveal to me my own. and lodged in jail, and in the One of these laws provided for the Guide me so that each night when near future will doubtless take the levying of a compulsory minimum of Board ol Supervisors. I look across the dinner table at my train for Frankfort. 25 cents. The sum of money raised wife, who has been a blessing to me, I We can furnish you most anything by this levy is to be devoted exclusiveThe following gentlemen make up will have nothing to conceal. you want in floor coverings tor to go in ly to the payment of teachers' sala- -. the Board of Supervisors: Keep me young enough to laugh ries in addition, of course, to the sum Nell & Cheatham. Cordie Wilson, W. N. Holt, Dink with my children and to lose myself your house. received from the State until a miniDillingham, 3. S. Workman, Stamper in their play. The Wm. Garrett Conover Farm mum salary of 375 with the salary Pickett, W. H. Sandusky, Leslie And then when comes the smell of schedule shall have been reached. It Atall times, under all circumstances, For Sale. Loses a Good Citizens. Rosenbaum. flowers and the tread of soft steps and well beaten path of Russell there be any of this sum remaining' she walked in the The Board met Monday of last week the crunching of the hearse's wheels righteousness and when fully con after meeting the minimum salary and spent the first six days in looking in the gravel out in front of my place, On County Court day, Apr. 5, 1920. Last Thursday, at Bowena, Russell requirements it may be used for tha scious that she was near the last of over the Tax commissioner's book, make the ceremony short and the ep- At the Courthouse door. At the county, Mr. Albert Rowe, who was a general purposes of education. If tha earth, she appeared to be fully im This week, beginning Monday morn- itaph simple: HERE LIES A MAN. above place and date we have author prominent and farmer sum of money raised by this 25 cents pressed with the idea that at the end ing, the sheriff is busy summoning ity to sell and will sell at the highest compulsory minimum salary schedule, Michigan Tradesman. crossof time eternity began, and that the sucumbed to the inevitable, and property holders to appear before the bid the above named farm. This then your board has the option of inbright faith Tvhlch sustained her dur- ed tof the other side. He was about board, to show cause why their properJust got a fresh lot of Sherwin-William- s farm lies on the Springfield road about creasing the levy to meet this miniing those trying hours of suffering 65 j ears old, and was known through- ty list should not be raised. paint, the best on the market. 3 mile above Cheatham Bridge, on out Russell county. He leaves a wife mum requirement or It may provide would only grow brighter as she jourNell & Cheatham. the Campbellsville pike, and about 3 for a lower minmum salary, always infinite, and the fi- and several grown children. Mr.Rowe neyed toward the Big Contract. miles from town. Consists of about remembering however, that whatever Drop In the Value of Lands. nal gloom of death be dispelled by was a man who stood for right princi 100 acres, with house and barn and sum may be raised by this compulsory the radiance of God's love. Could all ples, and was a consistent member of Mr. Elsey Young, of the firm of plenty of the best water. Terms will minimum levy of 25 cents must be dethe Christian Chu:ch. live the just and upright life that Buying and selling farms in Adair Sandusky & Young, was in Louisville If we are correctly informed he was last week and while there he contract- county has not been active for more be made known on day of sale. voted to the payment of teachers" Miss Phillips lived, and die In His W. H. Cundiff, a first cousin of W. B. and R. F.Eowe, salaries. For practically all counties, trusting faith, death could no longer ed with the Wood Mosaic Lumber than two months and there is a reasP. V. Cundiff, of this place and county. the sum raised in this way will be sufbe called "The King of Terrors" for Company, to furnish it this year, on for it. A great many farmers lost Geo B.J Cheatham. His funeral was largely attended. ficient and ample, but in a few counshe inspired no terrors there The with from three to four million feet on tobacco this year, and evidently 21-ties, a higher rate will be necessary or dying girl and sorrowing friends look New lot range stoves and the best of lumber. This means that many there will not be a very large crop put a lower salary schedule. In the event ed forward with the same eye of faith lot china ware we have ever had. trees in Adair county will be felled in out this year. Tobacco is the comLOST. Gray side cartian to car. your board has already fixed its rate. to the brighter future where this Nell & Cheatham. the next few months. The firm of modity that advanced the price of Finder will Please call Htm Office. of levy, it will be necessary under this temporary separation would end in Sandusky & Young are hustlers, and land In the county. A year ago every Big Trade law for you to reassemble your board, an eternal reunion. in a very short time its saws will be man who had surplus money invest-veste- d Keep It to Yourself. and to reconsider your rate. The The remains were brought here acit in land, because evert farmer going through the logs that are to court I believe has held that it is neccompanied by Mrs W. E Hunter, of The firsc of last week Sam Burdette make the lumber to fill this very large wanted to grow tobacco, believing If a friend has done you harm, essary for your board not only to interest in contract. this city, and Bev. Leslie J. B. Smith, sold Ray Caldwell one-ha- lf that it would bring fabulous ptices on Give it Dot widespread alarm, specify the rate but also the amount of the Baptist church of Co- his farm, lying two miles west of Copastor the market. But the market dropped Show him his wrongful play; Greensburg, Ky. of money that they wish to raise and lumbia, Ky., to whom she was to have lumbia, for S9.000. He also sold Mr. and many growers did not get as Help him to mend his evil way, f to show by an itemized budget the shortly. Funeral ser Caldwell a interest in a lot of been married much for it as was paid out for labor And keep it to yourself. purposes for which this money is ta vices were held on Tuesday afternoon mules, cattle and hogs, all the feed- Adair County News to raise it. From the information If jouhear of one "gone wrong," be used. Whatever rate your board my we gather and were stuff in the way of corn, hay, etc., Enclosed you will find check for at the First Baptist Church, the tobacco growers of Do your best to make him strong. may decide upon up to 50 cents is conducted by Rev. W. E. Hunter, as- and all his farming implements for renewal to your paper. I can't do Adair county will turn their attenThis is one of without It. Have been taking it tion to raising corn and hogs this year. Never kick a man who's down made mandatory upon the Fiscal by Bev. J. Kirby Smith, of 89,003. Total, $18,000 sisted Or aid the gossips of the town-K- eep Court and they have no choice except Georgetown, and the remains were in- the best farms in Adair county. Mr. since it was first published. I am alit to yourself. to collect the rate demanded. family lot of Rev. Burdette bought it from the late R. so sending you the copy of Nov. 12, They Will Drill. Says terred in tne F Paull, and before Mr. Paull became under separate cover. Errors men commit live long, This law provides for the employHunter in the City cemetery. in possession it was owned by the esment of an attendance officer to enHer mother, Mrs. Mary Phillips, Respectfully, Mr. R. Allen, of Allentown, New Men are weak and men are strong, force the new compulsory attendance who is very 111 at London, Ky., was tate of Geo. W. Dehoney. Mr. Cald Mrs. W. H. C. Sandidge. York, who is a member of a large oil Help the weak to see the Light; well will remove to the farm somelaw. You have some months, howunable to make the trip here. Her having a number of leases in Lead them on the path to Right Some weeks ago Mr. L E. , Richard- concern, only relatives were her mother and time in the near future. county, was here a few days of And keep it to yourself. Edward L. ever, in which to find and employ a. son, who lives near Humble, Russell Adair suitable person for this position. Klein one brother, who is in the British county, lost his barn, some stock and last week. In speaking of the interest Marriage Licenses. Teachers will be employed this year Navy, located some where in the secfeed by fire The property was insur- and prospects in this immediate WANTED, a girl who has a fair as heretofore. The first election far South Pacific Somerset The following marriage licenses ed in the Continental, and last week tion he said that his company would education, to become a compositor in the new county board of education: have been issued by the Adair county Mr. G. R. Reed, agent for the com- make a thorough test in Adair this this office. From 17 to 20 years old. will take place at the coming November clerk since our last report: pany, and Mr. Ewing Stults, of Louis year by sinking a number of deep Want one who will come to stay. We election anaVthe Paid List. board will qualify ux Boss Janes and Mary A. McKlnney: ville, adjuster for said company, went wells. will pay a small salary on the start, March, 1921. No one is eligible to Ola Guy Rowe and Valora Campbell; to Humble and settled on the loss. Mr. Friends of Mr. Geo. W. Whitlock as a beginner can earn but little until serve on this board except those wha The following are new paid subscribG. W. Yates and Mattie Nelson; John Richardson will receive a thousad and will be sorry to learn that he is quite after she is a fairly good compositor. reside in the county outside of cities, ers and renewals since our issue of last R. Rice and Malissa Denton. This some odd dollars. sick at his home in Campbellsville. Tuesday. and graded school districts maintainSEWING. Prices reasonable. Mrs. marriage for Mr. He was at first attacked with flu, Sandidge, makes the fourth Lucy Harvey, W. H. C. ing separate and independent schoolMr. E. rf. Harrison sold to A C. Travis Keen, Jamestown pike, oppoRice and the second for his bride. pneumonia developing. At this writsystems. B. Montgomery, Jas. Cooley, MatJ. Froedge, of Breeding, two young Noah Loy's residence. ing he is thought to be some better, site All papers of applicants for certifithew Aaron, G. R. Feese, A. E. GibOdd pants, overalls, work shirts, mules, one two year old the 20th of 21-,. though he is a very sick man. son, Lora Brockman, O. V. Cheat- fine shirts and all kinds underwear. cates will be graded from this Delast August, the other one year old Last Friday was the first real spring partment and all certificates will be ham, Finis Blakey, A. B. Jeter, J. O. Nell & Cheatham. the 5th of last August. The considerA new lot of furniture just arrived. day of the season The sun was out McCiister, L. M. Mears, Susie K. Butissued from here. The papers will be ation was 3400. People say they are Call and get the first choice. bright and warm and the birds sung sent to you just as now is done in the ler, Evan Akin, Elbert Wooten, W. For Sale. the best in the county. Nell & Cheatham. alt day. A few more such days and case of examination for State CertifiStrange, James Bailey, S. R. WilL. We are Showing good assortment gardening time will be here. liams, L. M. Young, J. W. Reynolds, Pure Bred Plymouth Rock cates. You will continue to use two Mr. Sam Burdette, the Walker, W. Mullinix, J. H. Gar- Eggs, Pope and Pope strain. 1 5 Men's, Young Men's and Boy's Spring mule dealer of this place, has bought Nat Only a few indictments were re- assistants in conducting these examsuits, moderately priced. All the new- and sold in the last eighteen months ner, Azro Hadley, W. A. Feese, H. for $2.00. and the papers after having: W. D. Murrah, . turned by the last Adair county grand inations G A. Dunbar, T. L. DunP. "Willis, est models. three thousand mules. These mules jury, and they were for minor offenses. been properly answered, will be sent Elkhorn, Ky. bar, J. V. Dunbar, Judge Ralph Gilwere sold in lots in Columbia, and in On account of the flu and an order here for grading. 1 shall have the Russell & Co. A. M. Foley, C. bert, Bettie Gilmer, Mr. M. D. Boone, who Is selling a all neighboring towns. Mr. Burdette from the Board of Health, the jury opportunity of explaining ia detail protracted meeting, by could tell by running his , checks the was In session only three days each of these laws at the meeting o fl. Campbell. The union light plant in this county,has disposed the Superintendents at the time of sixty-seveto farmers since Decem- the Methodist and Presbyterians of amount of money paid out, but he has These is an impression out in the of placejwhich has been advertised to not the time. W. E Harris has bought an auto the K. E. A., if we do not have a county that there are many cases of ber 1, 1819. So far as we have heard this begin March 21st, has been postponed. truck which he uses in his bottling superintendent's conference sooner. flu in Columbia. There have been at they are giving satisfaction. That is Seventy-thre- e acres off the old surwill be held later, and the A meeting If I can be of service at all in helpbusiness. In a few minutes he can fill no time but very few cases it the cor going some for a salesman. See ad vey of J. M. Montgomery (Eph) farm, exact date will be given out. in this paper. ing to adjust or apply these laws orders at other points. porate limits, and the ones who were eslsewhere lying near Garlin, was sold, last week, please feel free to call upon me at all attacked are now about well. People Lost, a pair of eye glasses J, T. Mr. M. O. Stevenson is again In po- Dy y. H. Ross, to Tennle Cundiff, Get your horse feed at E. E. times The most important thiBgr who want to come to Columbia to Lloyd's name was on the case. The session of the farm, on Stanford pike, for 5,000. There Is a good dwelling " Cheatham's Barn. right now is the tax levy look after business, in our judgment, finder will receive $4 00 if he will leave that he recently sold to Elsey Young on the tract. Mr. Cundiff and wife 20-- 6t ' With best personal and professional . take no risk. the ?ame at the Adair County News for 315,000. He gave Mr. Young the are now in possession. -Sincerely, j wishes I am office. J. T. Lloyd, same amount, but the latter reserved, D. E. Phelps had two car loads of Geo. Colvin, Five white girls to work WA2TTBD Columbia, Ky. the merchantable timber on the farm. call and see it. hogs on the Cincinnati market last Fine stationery, State Superintendent in Hotel good wages and room and This sale was., made by Cravens & Nell & Cheatham. week. He paid from 210 to $13.75 per Write Hardesty Hotel. board. 1 Influenza still on an increase, 119 Neat, real estate agents, this place. hundred. Lebanon, Ky. Ftr Sale. reported by Physicians in Adair cases Last Wednesday night a thief oil company represented by D. The Plows and all kinds of repairs. New County this week. I have on hands Gristmill complete Freech Bera We haje to pay our accounts so Clarence. Yates' smoke-hous- e our store plenty of influenza and Pneumonia Whlttes, operating near Cpeelsboro, and stole aside of meat and a jowl, ('please call and pay yours. Crusffer, and Engine,6 H. P. Cose lot roofing. Just come to brought ia a 15 barrel well last weekv S. P. Miller, Vaccine. ,a,tid we can furnish what you want. F. Eubank. . once. -w Jviw(w i Nell & Cheatham. iU VtUV HtAlUi Ofllcer Adair Co it is reported. Nell & Cheatham. . e well-to-d- o 3t one-hal- - - 2t well-know- n n - entered S t n-n- -tratar. It w- S. f j- - '&'' X AbAlR 'OUNTY NEW 1 AW m ' w ' w rw '' - - TO FARMERS, TO FARMERS v : 9 I i y ? --- S -- &- WHAT YOU NEED IS SAMPSON TRACTOR A f heavy draft horsepower, both for the drawbar and belt. 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 A 1 up-to-date 9 after section is placed in the Sunday papers that contain nothKentucky was the fir3t state ing of a news element, and but to wage a campaign against little if any practical value whatever. Usually it is composed illiteracy. Kentucky was the fist to largely of sickening slush which What Kentucky Has Done. ( do without this machine. 9 5 create an Illiteracy Commission. Kentacky was the first to pro duce text books for teaching adult iiliteratas. Kentucky was the first to at tack illiteracy among men of draft age. Kentucky furnished the instruction, plans and produced the books for teaching illiterates in the training camps and in the army overseas during the war. Kentucky has taught 130.000 adult illiterates to read and write a schoolboy would be ashamed tea father. It is a useless waste of material which is already difficult to obtain. It reminds one of the hog that roots the bucket over in its greedy effort to get all of the slop. Some of the city dailies have Sunday circulations as high as four hundred thousand. One useless eight-pag- e section omitted from such an edition would fur-nis- h The IrQn 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. a v BUGGIES AND WAGONS I have a large supply 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. the newsprint necessary for a week's supply, for at least two hundred country newspapers. since 1912. One such section ommitted from WHAT KENTUCKY NEEDS. the New York and Chicago papKentucky needs to hold her ers alone would supply over two proud record of leadership among thousand country papers. the states in illiteracy work. Gov. Morrow has given his ap3 Kentucky needs to give her remaining 70,000 illiterates a proval of the bill to levy x State tax of fifty cents a gallon on chance. whisky. It will raise $20,000, j Kentucky needs to educate her 000 for roads. 130,000-newl- y taught men and women and several thousand of her adults beyond the first grade. Kentucky needs a system of evening schools which paid teachers such sums as North Carolina, New York and some of the states which have followed her lead have already established. WOODSON LEWI GRJEENSBURG, .' Life Was a KENTUCKY. i 5 WHAT KENTUCLY MUST NOT DO. - . . Mr. Fonthtll. Hollis Smith, who has been confined with flu, is able to be out again. Mr. Elza Brown and family1 are confined,' with flu. Mr. Perkin Bryant and family, who have resided near Craw-fordsville, Ind., for the past 3 years, have returned to their old home. Mr. T. M. Combest, a promiV nent lumber dealer of Dorena, bought a nice boundary of timber, last week, of Harvey Emer' son. Hopper & Withers have opened a nice stock of second line clhing, near the spoke mill. They are doing a good business. Dr. J. B. Tarter, of Russell Springs, was here Friday, to Casey county, to attend Mr. Clei Brown, who is very low with dropsy. en-rou- te .." 4 5(1 1 -- I, of Irvin's ly Tuesday morning, and capStore, bought a nice 7 year old tured Will Turpen, a noted cow of Elza Brown, last week, moonshiner. Turpen has already served 2 years in the State peniprice $70.00. Mrs. Oily Kelly, who has re- - tentiary, 2 years in the Federal Ga. His resided near Hot Springs, Ark., prison, Atlanta, for the past 7 years, is visiting moval will be a blessing to the Casey her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. T. law abiding citizens of county. The passing of John Meece, here. Barleycorn will make better citMr. J. Murrell, of Teddy, was izens of those who have reached here on business Thursday. young manhood. Mr. F. M. Emerson sold a nice 5 year old cow to W. N. EmerOzark. son, price $70.00. Mr. Fealand Thomas, of Bunn-villVery little has been done in spent a few days of last this part in the way of farming. week here. Just a few plant beds have Mr. Oliver Cooper, who has been burned, and ver little been with the Polix Steel Works, plowing has been done. But of Cincinnati, has returned our Ozark folks are hustlers, and Mr. James Holt, e, -- home. Mr. W. N. Emerson sold a nice cow and a pair twin calves to Thomas Luttrell, price $90.00. Mr, John Rexroat and, wife, of Campbellsville, are spending a 5 winter vacation here. Prof. Estus Mitchell, of East Palestine, Ohio, visited relatives here last week. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Mr. John Irvin, a retired merSpecial attention given Diseases of a chant of this town, is very low v, Domestic Animals at this writing. 1 mile of town, on Office at Residence, Charlie Winfrey,' U. S. MarJamestown road. shal, also 2 other revenue men, PhonellHG. from Louisville, raided a moonColumbia, Ky. shine distillery in Casey Co., ear L. H. r-- Jones , weather. Ground had been covered with ice for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Curry, of Green Co., came up last Sunday, returning Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. Curry's children, Pearl, Ruby, Henry and "Dewey Roy. They are good children. We hope they will be satisfied with their new home. This community has escaped the flu epidemic so far. Only one family, that of Mr. Josh Montgomery have had it. They are all better. We hope it will not spread any farther. Mr. Nat White is visiting friends here this week. He will probably remain and work, for Mr. W. T. Reynolds. Mr. Jack Bailey and mother will get a move when the weathvisited Mr. and Mrs. Granville er gets better. Bailey, near Roy, recently. Mrs. M. G. Wolford has been confined to her room for several weeks with complication of disA. F. SCOTT eases. Mr. J. H. Barger has been insi disposed for several days. He DEALER IN hurt his side while building a GARFORD TRUCKS fence. M, 2, 3i, AND 5 TON A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bryant, Indianapolis, For Low Cost per Ton, Mile flu has been Ind., states that the SEE real bad in that city. Their A. F. SCOTT, whole family had been afflicted Casey Creek, Ky. but were all" better Ihey aho said they were 'having bad v Kentucky must not abandon a thing which she originated and in which she enlisted the other states, Kentucky must not lag hind, be- Misery Mrs. F. At. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my ... back and bearing-dow- n Federal aid to the states in illiteracy work is now coming. Kentucky must not lose her share. Wake upl We are losing out. The illiteracy work in Kentucky is dead unless this Legislature extends it by passing the Evening School Bill, House Bill No. 395 Senate Bill No. 247. m pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help, me until, one day, I decided to ... TAKE - News Print Hogs. When you read the mammoth Sunday edition of some large city daily paper, do you ever pause to think that the size of that edition is one of the leading factors in The Woman's Tonic "I took four bottles," Airs. Jones goes on to say, "and was Hot only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . theShortage of news print pa- f - per? It is quite so. The publishers of many of these big city dailies are greedy hogs. They know that it is extremely difficult for the country press to secure sufficient print paper with which to put out their limited weekly editions. They know that if the country publisher cannot secure the necessary paper stock he must go to the wall. Yet Sunday after Sunday they continue to issue editions so large that it becomes a physical impossibility to rad them. ecMo " It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good, health. ." . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a A.6 good strengthening tonic build up your system, take the advice of Airs. Jones. TryCar-du- i. run-down believe It helped her. We it will help you. All Druggists J. 68 HI C ( -. 1 "v- - .JX ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & IS YOUR LIFE IS INSURED? if isinf Whv isint INSIIPR With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE The World's Largest Pro,duction of Tires on the Smaller Cars Alone ml COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. We sell the best'for the least money 7 We call attention not; so much to the size of this average daily production as to the extent of the effort we put into the making of these sizes. 30x3-- , 30x3-- , and 31x4-inc- h The separate factory we have devoted to their manufacture is not only the largest of its kind in the world, but it makes fully effective that experience and resourcefulness which have produced the tires most popular cars. on the higher-price- d No tires bearing the Goodyear name contain a higher relative value than these tires for Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell and other cars requiring the sizes mentioned. See SK G. T. STULiTS, 24-- C. HgDt, 1 KY. PHONE COLUMBIA: immmmsmm x mmmwrnxmsi 8 8 8 8 8 8 a TTrniunFtTrR T.1NR . S GolumDia and Gampbellsviile TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 3 8 8 8 TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. -- o If you own one of these cars, go to the neartires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes He has them. k. Your Support Solicited. 8 8 8 8 Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. id. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and f 1 8 8 est Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these r. p. m. , 8 PHONE- S:- g-- S W. E. NOE. 8 ,6 AvrjrovAii UN D ERTAKER. Office Phone, Columbia, Ky iQmBmmmamm. I keep on hands a full stock 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, 1 Fabric, 30x3 All-Weath- er Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread fc 0 Lj 50 30x3 Goodyear Single- - Cure Fabric, Aat Skid Tread L 1 50 - Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of less merit. 30 x 3 size in water- - $ f 50 proof fegg "f 68. SYjt-- - FARMER'S ! NCOME OBJECT TO TAX Gains for 1919 Must Be Figured 'Jnder U. S. Law Returns Due March ,15. LAND SALE PROFITS TAXABLE. otner expanses "which' were paid for In cash. As to .hired help, all the productive labor Is a deductible expense; but the Necessary Farm Expenses May Be Deducted Special Form for Farm Income Cash or Accrual Basis for Computing. A farmer, shopkeeper, or tradesman must figure up his net Income for 11)19 ; and If the farm or business income plus his other income was sufficient to require an income tax return a complete return must bo filed with the collector of Internal revenue by March 15. A farmer should asoertain the gross income of his farm by computing all .gains derived from, the sale or ex change of his products, whether produced on the farm or purchased and resold. wages of household servants, or help hired to Improve the farm, as in tree planting, ditching, etc., cannot be claimed against earnings. A farmer is not allowed to claim a salary for himself or members of his family who work on the farm. as to TroVCr,properi7ngure his ne Wear and Tear. Income for 1919. Purchase of farm machinery, wagThere are two methods of figuring i ons, work animals, eta, also the cost farmer's Income tax return this year of construction or extension of build- He may make his return on the bash ings, silos, fencing, etc, should be conof the difference between the monej sidered additional Investments In the and goods received for his product farm and are not proper deductions and the cash paid out for actual allow against income. able farm expenses within the year A reasonable allowance may be Or he may make his return on the ac claimed for wear and tear on farm crual basis, which means computlnf buildings (except the farmhouse), the receipts and expenses that pertaii fences, machinery, work animals, wagto the 'taxable year, excluding Income ons, tanks, windmills and other farm earned and expenses Incurred In pre equipment which Is used in the con- vlous or succeeding years. s duct of the farm. As to autos and tractors, the cost of these Is not an expense, although the cost of their upkeep is an allowable deduction, If the machines are used exclusively for farm purposes and not for pleasure. Also, in such cases, a deduction for wear and tear is allowed. R. R, RAT ES MUST Farm Losses. Farm Expenses. From his gross Income a farmer Is allowed to charge off all of his necessary expenses in the conduct of the farm during the year. These Include costs of planting, cultivating, harvesting and marketing. In addition to these costs he may deduct money spent for ordinary farm tdbls of short life bought during the year, such as shovels, rakes, etc Also, the cost of feed purchased for his live stock may be treated as an expense In so far as this cot represents actual outlay, but the value of his own products fed to animals Is not a deductible Item. Other farm expenses allowable are the cost of minor repairs on buildings ( bur not the dwelling house), on fences, wagons and farm machinery; also bills paid for horseslioe'ng, stock powders, rock .salt, services of veterinary, insurance (except on dwelling house), gasoline for operating power and snmlrv without question if Hunt's Salva faiti in the treatment of Eczemt, Tette ,Rlngworm,Itch,etc Don't become discouraged because other treatments failed. Hunt's SsIts baa relieved hundreds of such cases. You can't lose on ear Money Buck Caarante: Try HONEY BACK ItatourrUkTODAY. For tale locally by Pries) 75. Sold by Paull Drug Company. The loss of a growing crop Is not a proper deduction from Income, Inasmuch as the value of the crop had not been taken Into gross income. The loss of a building or of machinery through storm, lightning, flood, etc., Is an allowable deduction, but care should be used to ascertain the correct loss sustained, as restricted by tncome tax regulations. No deduction is allowed in the case of loss of anknals raised on the farm, but a loss Is deductible from gross Income If the animals had been purchased for draft or breeding purposes. Shrinkage In weight or value of farm products held for favorable market prices cannot be deducted as a loss, for the reason that when such products are sold the shrinkagewlll be reflected In the selling price. Sale of Farms and Land. The value of agricultural lands has been jumping during the past few years, and during 1919 many owners sold out part or all of their lands at big profits. All such gains constitute Income and must be taken into the nel Income for the year. Any person who sold part of a farm or ranch, or part of a parcel of land, must also show any gains realized by the sale. The method of figuring gains and losses on such transactions is prescribed In the Income Tax regulations, copies of which may be. secured from" Internal Revenue Collectors. Forms for Returns. The Internal Revenue Bureau has Issued an Improved Form 1040F foi the use of farmers. This form, toj gether with Form 1040A or 1040, will "isa. thef&P3ex solicit Information J road operation, both line and terminal. It has done much that the carriers were prohibited from doing. The public now realize that of the carriers in the joint use of equipment and terminals should be encouraged, Instead of prevented. "The railroad legislation now pending In Congress must solve many difficult questions, but the most critical one is that of providing for the future regDean of the Wharton School of ulation of railroads in accordance with a policy that will cause the carriers to Finance on the Need of Good secure revenue sufficient to enable them to perform their services adeRailroad Credit. ' quately and wlh progressive efficiency. The railroad business must be made at tractive to private Investments or the TO MAKE INVESTMENT-SAF- E. country will have to adopt government ownership and operation of the railNational Authority on Railroad Trans- roads. There Is no other alternative." portation Says Roads Must Bo INCREASED WAGES TOOK or Become 97 OF INCREASED RATES. Bankrupt. uuiiarng up a surplus or reserve fund, the public will not Invest In the railroads, their credit cannot be and Maintained and corporate ownership and operation of the railways will fall. "The income of the carriers Is determined by public regulation, and properly so; but from this It follows that the country must decide between a policy of adequate revenues to the railroad corporations of the future and a policy of government ownership. "The government Is entitled to credit for having given greater unity to rail- MKL'JONS IN I). S. OWN RAILROADS Wage Earners Directly and Indirectly Affected by Roads' Solvency. DIVISION In addition to this widespread own-- 1 ership of equities of American rail-- , roads by the people of the United States every wage earner who money into the savings bank has n di- -j rect interest In the soundness of rail-- , road investment on account of tho large part of the savings of men and women wage earners secured by the railroad bonds which are bought by the rnteresrot YTage Earners. pts. OF SECURITIES. BEJDJU5TEI Mutual Savings Banks Owned Entirely by Depositors Hold Large Amount of Railway Bonds. Millions of thrifty Americans who have laid aside something for a "rain day" are directly or Indirectly owners of railroad securities Thisownership represents not only Individual Investment in the railroads, hut holdings of railroad securities by life insurance companies, savings banks, fire and marine insurance companies, benevolent j - , v m. an address on "The Railroad Puzzle." delivered In Philadelphia, January 3, Dr. Emory It. Johnson, dean of the Wharton School of Finance, and one of the nation's leading authorities on. railroad transportation, declared that "after the first of March the comor bepanies must be come bankrupt' Continuing, he said: "Can the railroads be successfully financed and operated when they are returned to their owners? For two years the government has drawn upon the public treasury to sustain the credit of carriers. "If the carriers avoid- failure their aW A.O oultry Remedy Income must cover operating expenses"; maintenance and capital charges ; if " You can make 12 m gallons of the best 2 the companies succeed to the extent a poultry tonio known ft . with a 60c bottle of t,60ES that Is demanded In 'public Interest, Beerfcoa Pcdtrj Rati they must not only be able to meet unCures end prevents Capes, lirn-LcrnrcU, cholera, roup sad avoidable expenses, they must have other destructive J snultry ' tcHKBBHRv A t druMi tl. or bv some surplus revenue. In tM&!r8V'&3i . ',ias.l pcrtptid. 'If theretls no IncometBthe used nnvji' u j 7 IpartTfortermtsWljtpart for Sold by Ihe Jeffries Hardware Slorr ; In self-supporti( - associations, educational Institutions, trust companies and State and National banks. A large part of the assets of these Institutions depend on the solvency of the railroads. The ownership of railroad securities among these people Is divided approxIncreases In frelgh't and passenger imately as follows: Individuals, numbering over rates made during federal control 1,000,000, own outright about apamounted to $1,835,000,000 when In railroad securities. plied to the traffic moved up to July Over 600,000 are stockholders with 81, 1919, while the Increases In wages) an average holding of $13,956. applied to the number of employees Life Insurance companies, with ,and the hours or days worked in July, 53,000,000 policies in force, own 97 1919, amounted to $1,774,800,000, or nearly $2,000,000,000 of railway per cent of the revenue from the insecurities. creased rates, according to a stateSavings banks, with 10,000,000 ment complied by the Interstate Comdepositors, own $847,000,000. merce Commission at the request of Fire and marine Insurance Senator B. D. Smith of South Carocasualty and surety comlina and presented by him in the senpanies own a total of $649,000,000. ate on December 29. Benevolent associations, col' X leges, schools, charitable institucom-panles- savings banks. A great many of these Institutions are mutual savings banks which have no capital stock, pay no dividends, earn no profits for stockholders. .nd their entire property belongs to the depositors. Every dollar that the ank earns beyond the actual cost of n."ng business also belongs to them. The report of the United Srates Comptroller of the Currency for 1918 shows that 625 of these savings banks operated on the mutual plan had at the end of 191S total deposits of $4. credited to 9,011,464 depositors, an average deposit of $4tu72. These figures covered mutual sav.ngs banks In 18 states of the Union. The Comptroller's report gives the amount of railroad bonds held by mutual savings banks In the six New ring land states Maine, New Hamps Ire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut as $406,272,166. The report of the State Superintendent of Banks of New York shows that tho railroad bonds held by the mutual savings banks at the end of 1918 In New York amounted to $361,711,334. Public iale. Murrell Bros, will sell at public . notion, at the Russell's Creek Hwher Mill, on Saturday the 20th of VHub, One horse, one mule a wagon ?nA a lot of plows. Household Roods, rm- -' paratively new piano, and a :rge number of other arricjes and kitrhen furniture. 20-2- t. F s Jt m Bourbon JJ (""-i.-n- ?, tions, etc., own $350,000,000. Trust companies, State and National banks own $865,000,000. According to statistics compiled for the Association of Life Insurance Presidents in 1918, 27.65 per cent of life insurance companies' assets were Invested In railroad bonds, and during the first half of 1919 the percentage of railroad bond held by the life insurance companies was 2&25 of the total assets of these companies. "Wo was the fast card Oi dealt ye, Moike?" "A spade." "Oi knew it! Oi saw ye spit on yer hands beforeye picked it up ,Z THE NBVS isl.50-11$2.00 per year. Send in 1 . your subscription at once. v. j n f Sh" we v. " -- . -- r " THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tf jfy. r r rai r i. a.uan uuuiiLy krrA - " r .iioxvo a. u a i A m " , - I visit he will go to a number of' l points out of town. Col. Ripy - ... Milford, HI. 1 T 3 ' I 2. ' informed The Newa that he had Editor: been given a cordial reception in fli Golam6ia Keivtacky- I guess some of my friends all the countieB he had visited in will be surprised to heart of me the district. From here he went being in Illinois. We landed Editor J.E.MURRELL, county. - Man. to Casey here the 4th and believe- - me it MRS. DAISY HAMLBTT. Mr. Herbert Hoover is like was some cold, but it looks like Democratic nawipaperdeYOted to the Interert Barkiss in one sense. He is now we may nave some nice the Cltj of Colombia and tha paosla of Adair willing. There is no telling at weather. Illinois seems to be Mning conntiea. aad this time who will be nominated but tittle different from KenIt as second at San Francisco as the Demo-- tucky, especially the people. Entered attbe Colnmba' lftss mail matter. cratic candidate for the Presi seems to be a hard job to meet dency. A great many Democrat- - anyone and not speak to them. WED. MAE. 17, 1920. ic dailies favor Mr. Hoover, who Milford is a very small town beis neither a Democrat nor a Re- tween Danville and Chicago. Coming from himself It is a fine business town. The Bnbscription Price 1st and'2nd Postal Zone publican. per yer. ISti he says that he will stand for all hard road that some of the Adair AH Zones beyond 2ndZ$2.00 perTyear inJAdyance A. Subscription due andlPayable measures introduced, it matters county boys worked at last sum-meopens the 15th, and will not by whom, for the betterment of the country; that he is thor- pay six dollars per day. At that ANNOUNCEMENTS oughly American. It might price anyone ought to save monFOB, CONGRESS. prove to be best to nominate a ey. Mr. Roy Garmon, who came man who has no fixed political out last spring, has had a bad to announce views, but in our judgment the case of flu. Will close by saying "We are authorized EALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, man who receives the nomina- if you come to Milford, :come to a candidate for the Democratic nomiat San Fran- North Hotel. It won't cost you nation for Congress in this, the Eighth tion for President Congressional District of Kentucky. cisco, will be a true and tried nothing. J State Primary Election Saturday, Democrat. Wooten. Elbert -Post-office Pabllshed On Wednesdays. TH E 50 ACRE FARM -- O F- - J. E ALLEN THURSDAY, MARCH 25th. TEN O'CLOCK LOCATION- Boyle County, five miles west of Danville, right on the Perryville pike, location, good neighborhood, schools, and churches. AUCTION Two-story, m, AT ' A splendid r, IMPROVEMENTS -- metal roof dwelling with porches. trete-trough- Large stock barn, with well, windmill, and con s, garage, cow sheds, poultry house, and all necessary Well at house and large pond. and convenient outbuildings. Farm is ALL in grass and well fenced into convenient fields PERFECT SQUARE. Almost a 20 ACRES OF V1RUIN BLUE GRASS SOIL. saw Beaulifdl lawn to pike with large forest shade trees. This is just the "handiest" little farm you ever Just what you have been looking for. Land is exceedinly FERTILE and ready right now for tobacco or any other crop. August We 7, 1920. are authorized to announce FRAINK: L BIPY, of;Anderson County, a Democratic candidate for Congress, in the Eighth district, subject to the action ofRthe State primary, Auguit 7, 1920. DR. RICHARDS' WORDS SHOW WHY TRUTONA OVERCOMES Deed and possession April 1st. Don't mis3 this opportunity. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" and no prizing always a square deal. All we want is for you to look this farm over it will bear close inspection. BAD AFTER EFFECT OF "FLU" At the same time Mr. Allen will sell the following personal property: 3 Large farm mares, one in foal to jack. 10 Fine brood sows, ready to farrow. 5 Extra dairy cows, fesh. 1 Registered spotted Poland China Boar. 1 1917 Dodge Car, in good condition. 1 Rubber tire buggy and harness, wagon, mowing machine, and a lot of other ing implements, gear, Kitchen furniture. farm- The Louisville Post is the only Democratic daily pulished in that "An Appetizer, System Builder, Sirengthener and Real Nerve Tonic, city. It has not been Hert, and Prominent Physicain Declares of Perfect Preparatio- nrank and file of the Democrats in What All "Flu Victims Need. the country like it. The Kentucky Legislature will "Aa an appetizer, strengthener, Ind., man who lives at 418 South adjourn on St. Patrick's Day. system builder and real nerve tonic, I Pearl Street, enthusiastically praising can heartily recommend and commend the reconstructive powers of Trutona says: etc, and Household and A lot of baled hay and straw. For further particulars see the owner or W. E. Moss, or R. H. Dever at my offices in Danville, or From all accounts the members Trutona." have not seen any snakes at Dr. J. Eichards, the prominent Frankfo.Tt during .the session. Tennessee physician, in making the foregoing statement, has really proThe ban was on. If the political sentiments of and Louisville Times are to be judged from the editorials that appear in said papers, there is but one conclusion they are both Republican in expression. Courier-Journ- al the Will Lockett, the negro mur- i derer, was electrocuted at Eddy-vill- e last Thursday morning. Besides the last little girl he murdered he had killed four other women. He made a confession ' before the hour of his departure, professed religion and started on his journey to try the realities of an unknown world, shouting the praises of his redeemer. Everybody who believes he got any higher than the ground, stand up. On the 18th of this month all i nounced Trutona a remarkable treatment for overcoming serious of influenza, pneumonia and the like. Victims of these dreaded winther from an maladies, attack, almost invariably find themselves possessed of little or no appetite and their systemi in a dreadfully weakened, run down and nervous state. Considering Dr. Bichords' words it is easy to understand why Trutona has proven such a remarkable remedy for overcoming these bad after effects. "An appetizer, strengthener, system builder and real nerve tonic" these are the qualifications that have won for Trutona the unstinted praised of thousands of unfortunate influenza and pneumonia vie tims who have regained their health through the Perfect Tonic. "WHAT OTHERS SAY" Mike Hamilton, a traction company employe and Terre Haute, after-effects after-"recovering- " well-know- n can hardly realize how much good Trutona's done for me in ridding my system of the after effects of influenza. I certainly feel dlSerent nowadays and I can highly recomu mend Trutona, especially as an medicine." Harry Lee, 1661 Gallagher, street, Louisviile, Ky., a sufferer from the s of pneumonia, says: "I've gained twenty-eigh- t pounds and feel fine now just like a new man, taking Trutona," all of which is surely conclusive proof of Trutona's merit. "I've found Trutona to be very efficient in overcoming s of influenza," declares Mrs. Iva Gates, a Peru, Ind., woman of 155 Canal Street. There are scores of other similar statements and they prove conclusively that there is no better preparation sor the treatment of s of pneumonia, influenza, eeep colds and the like than Trutona, the Perfect Tonic. Trutona is sold in Columbia, at Paull Drug Co. Adv. after-tho-flafter-effectafter-effectwell-know- n after-effect. "I SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man ! Public bale. Murrell Bros, will Bell at public auction, at the Eussell's Creek Roller Mill, on Saturday the 20th of March, One horse, one mule a wagon and a lot of plows. Household goods, comparatively new piano, and a large number of other arricles and kitchen Lancaster, Kentucky. $$ i I Columbia, WATCH SALE furniture. Sale will start at 10 a. m. 20-- 2t have just received a nice assortment of ELGIN and BRACELET WATCHES, which will be sold at SPECIAL PRICES during march. Don't fail to see them. You know how boys Fresh groceries at all times, the best the market affords. Nell & Cheatham. tear up watches. I have the thing for them. Father knows from own experience the real value of L. Alva Grider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, JCY. S an INGERSOLL. IE. YOTTJSTG-- , "JEWELER" $3$$S$ AT CANE VALLEY. Kentucky. jm representative Democrats in Kentucky will be in Louisville. A banquet for the Dhmocratic editors of the State will be held Farm Implement Sale BEGINS WEDNESDAY, MAR. 17th ENDS MAR. 24th. I Will Give 5 per cent. Discount on Farming Implements. I have Vulcan Plows, Brinly Disc Harrows and Cultivators, Two Row Com Planters, One Horse Corn Drill, Rastus, Double Shovels, Orchid Harrows, Heavy Section Harrows, Pulverizer, Thomas Mowers and Rakes, and other Implements too numerous to mention. Z LT BUYING A MISSIONARY'S $W 'til OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building. TIME MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. atthe s. t Seelbach. The principal speech on this occasion will be delivered by Homer S. Chairman of the National Committee. It will be a love feast and the Democrats will separate with the determination to work day and night.to reverse the vote-o- f the State in the last election at the coming November Cum-ming- s, test. of Democratic candidate Congress in the Eighth disior trict, visited ' Columbia last week. He met quite a number of Democrats while here, and from what we have learned he aaade a very favorable impression. He expects to again visit county court this county, on day, perhapc , and on bis next Law-Tencebu- rg, Col. Frank L. Ripy, "Now 1 have paid up my pledge to the Presbyterian Church. When I think of how much I have made thi3 yearf what I gave wasn't much. I will do more next year. "This plan of giving to the church a certain proportion, possibly a tenth, appeals to me.' I am going to talk it over with my wife. The amount I gave last year figures out to a mighty small sum every week. But at that, the money I did pay bought a foreign missionary's time for a little while for a few days at least he belonged to me. "Friend, can't you give 50 cents a week?" The Presbyterian Church year ends March 31. The board treasurers are endeavoring to have all accounts for every cause paid before the last week of March. When you are In churcK'next Sunday think of this mcjsage T. F. CORBIN -- Am Closing Out Some Oliver Chill Plows at a Bargain. , Come at once before they are all sold. Got to have the room for Fertilizer. 9K- Telephone your order at once for Fertilezes if you want to haul it from railroad crossing, Carhybellsville and get it at cost. Will be shipped immediately after this sale. FERTILIZER CANE VALLEY, KY., 3-- -' L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, Cire eI1ij, I uluk New Era Movement v- - t Auctioneer and Dealer In Real Estates Your Business PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in tha U. S. A. 156 Fifth Ave.. New York "COLORS OF A colors deptred. RAINBOW" We canrestaro arrwjjo aothlnx that has SWISS DYEING SAVES BUYING become soiled wear from Cty MEN'S GARMENTS REPAIRED FREE I Send Tla ParceJPort Swic Cleaning Has No Equal aad 'cage most t tent to a cleaner. v REV. B. Ti WATSON, Columbia, SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS, Inc. Kyv. r O D ADAIR COUNTY NEWS IOE IOE30I THURSDAY,MARCH, 11th, 3TC1 SO O h M3t "Adair County Farmers Show Progress As Well As Pride In Their Homes." We are pleased to note that a large number of the progressive Farm and Home owner are taking pride in adding conveniences, comfori 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 We will have an expert to show you samples and take your measure for your spring suit to be made by Tailoring Co., Come in on March 11th and see the line. Schaefer-Weedo- n o Our stock of Ladies Spring Hats Is ready for your inspection. Come and see them. D RUSSELL CO., Columbia, Ky I k Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Rowe Mr. and M.s. W. T. Dohoney Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Flowers " Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Price Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Conover Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dohoney Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McKinley Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Jno. N. Conover .- - ILo, better. Mr. L. W. Short, o SOI OEI0E one XO PERSONALS bar were down from Knifley Monday, Wednesday. While here he subscribed and paid for The News for one looking after some business. year. j Mrs. R. R. Conover Numerour other good homes will be brightened and made happy just as fast as their outfits arrive from the . J. B. COLT CO'S. Factory at Chicago, 111. , ,-- "A TEN YEAR TEST." " r Horse Cave, Ky., V.' . Jnlyl, J. B. Colt Company, 1919. Mr. C. B. Bine, a prominent lumber dealer of Bussell Springs, was here Mrs. B. T. Watson is considerably Junction Oity, was here a few days ago. Miss Kattie Murrell was quite sick two days of last week. Mr. Chelcie Barger returned from Louisville last Friday. Mrs. Caroline Jeffries was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. W. B. Patteson was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. Jo. Barnes and Mr. W. V. Helm were in Louisville last week. Mr. T. E. Waggener has been conMr. E. O. Jones, of Somerset, had fined to his room for ten days He business in Columbia recently. was afflicted with bilious fever. Mr. B. B. Newman, of Louisville, Miss Sallie Field, who has been with was in this place last Friday. her niece, in Philadelphia, for the Mr. J. H. Poteel. of Clevelacd.Ohio past ten months, returned home last was here a few days of last week. Friday afternoon. Mr. W. "W. Ezell, Owensboro, was at Eld Z T Williams' many friends the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. were glad to see him out last Friday. Mr. Wm. Hobson, an attorney of He"will be able to fill his pulpit by the Jamestown, was in Columbia recently. time the ban is raised. Mr. E. H. Dietsman, Louisville, was Mr Jas Hoy, who was confined to regietered at the Jeffries Hotel Thurs- his bed for two weeks, came down in day. town last Wednesday and is now regMr. B. F. Chewing returned from a ularly at his place of business special trip to Campbellsville last Mr Thos Tarlton Watson, of Illinois arrived last week, to be at the Mrs. S. L Hogan, of Louisville, put bedside of bis mother, Mr. B. T Watin a day or two at Columbia the latter son, who has been ver sick for about part of last week. ten days T. W. Buchanan, W. R.Lyon and T Mr and Mrs Dudley, Mullinix, of TV. Taylor made Columbia a business Burkesville, visited at the home of his days since. call a few father, Mr E F. taullinix, last week. a Mr Mullinix called and subscribed for Mrs. Sam Lewis has returned from ten weeks visit to her daughter, Mrs. The News for one year. Leo Baldauf, Louisville. Mr. Finis Blakey, of Jame3town, Messrs. J. V.Dunbar and G. A. Dun I LUaUC UUOlUCOa uv mhj i ww .uuw ti-i- night last week. Prof. C. E. Payne and Mr. Earl Williams, Burkesville, passed through here last Wednesday. Mr. R. J. Lyon, Campbellsville, was here, representing the Buchanan Loyn Company, last Wednesday. Eev. B.T. Watson left Monday for Clarksville, Tenn., to be present at the marriage of two of his cousins. Mr. M. O. Stevenson was in town Mr. and Mrs F. H. Durham spent last Wednesday. He stated that he several days of last week with relahad just recovered from the flu and tives and friends In Campbellsville. Eev. Leslie J. B. Smith, the pastor of the Baptist Church, this place, who was called to London, E.y., three weeks ago on a very sad misston, returned last Friday afternoon. Mr. Irwin Frazier and wife were here the first of the week, visiting their uncle, Mr. Jas. T. Page and aunt Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman. From here they went to Louisville where they will reside. Factory at Chicago, 111. Gents: 1 nstalled one of your automatic feed Colt Lighting outfits about ten years ago, this was used for lighting the store rooms and hotel. It has given perfect satisfaction, and I have never been to any expense for repairs on this plant. Very Truly. CLARENCE OWFNS. JVL D. BOONE, Representative, that every member of his family had been down with it. They were all better but his son, Eobert, who at that time was quite sick. Mr. and Mrs Lora Brockman, of Sano, called at The News office last Tuesday Before leaving Mr Brock- man dropped $1.50 in the slot, and ordered the News for another year. He has been on our subscription list for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. S E. Allen, who have been on an extended visit to the home of their son, Mr. Leslie Allen, Besse-neAla , returned to Columbia last Wednesday night, and for the present they are at the home of Mrs. Allen's r, 1112 COLUMBIA, KY. REPUBLIC BUILDING, LOUISVILLE, KY. sister, Mrs. Mary Caldwell. who is selling lighting plants over Adair county, spent Sunday with his family in Louis ville. His family consists of a wife and twin boys, five weeks old. If the two sons live to be grown and make as good salesmen as their father, some of these days they will make the dust D. ous health, because it contains the very elements) much needed by the blood to enable it to perform its functions and supply the body with nourishment, energy, and strength. n For your convenience, is prepared in tablet as well as liquid form. Both possess exactly the same medicinal value. There is but one genuine Pepto Mangan, and that is "Gude's." If the name "Gude's" is not on the pack Adv age it is not Pepto-Man-gaPepto-Mangan. r II WANTED GOOD RJVE DEALER FOR ATTRACTIVE SALES PROPOSITION MAXWELL CARS AND TRUCKS M IF INTERESTED, WRITE EMBRY-WEIR Mr, M. Boone, furnish the Adair County Cincinnati Weekly Enquiis News and er, one year each, for $1.90. The quirer is the best weekly that comes to this part of the State, and it contains all the Kentucky news. We' will MOTORS CO. KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, fly. I8 0 r areiLigsit anil Power B C U 1 Mr. Cortez Sanders, sheriff of Ad air county, went to Frankfort last week, All kinds harness and plow I gear. .... $r - Local News, PEPTO-MANGA- 1? Xell & Cheatham. N MAKES RICH RED BLOOD Helps &S Here n Restore Full-Bloo- Thin, Run-dow- Men and Women to Vigorous, d . Health. BY RECOMMENDED PHYSICIANS. is a 40 light plant will like for its econoim and utility. Touch a button U start it and another to stop. The low speed engine wit' ball bearingdynamoassureslo:i life less attention lowest pc sible maintenance cost. The 4. light "F" farm outfit comes completely mounted on one base with the famous throttling governor "Z" engine which also gives mechanical power to operate a washing machine cream septha-yo- u -- having in charge Kurel Burton and Attention, Farmers, Lewis Cooper, who were adjudged at the term of circuit court, which c'os-e- d the latter part of week before last, Come and see my new change vJJ.e to serve one year each in the peni- - speed Thomas mower. tentiary Cooper is a colored boy. S. F Eubank. LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Are twin conservators of arator chines independent of the churn or other mady- Sold in Liquid or Tablet Form The Name "Gude's" the Guide to the Genuine. namo, either direct or through a line shaft. Unquestionably the biggest value in the farm lighting field and you get the added the This superior '$ combined product not only makes floors lustrous and beautf,--fict- fj but it also wears. It dries with a tough, elastic film that makes the best possible surface for, floors subject to severe wear and usage. stain-and-varnis- KnisE your, floors with Hanna's h. Eustro-Finis- H, It is a true saying that your health advantage of mechanical .power. Come in and see this plant and let us prove its reliability point by point. HOME .Life is only as good as your blood. Good, rich blood manifests itself in a healthy, natural complexion; clear,- - keen eyes; tireless energy and enthusiasm; and an abundant supply of reserve . strength. And just as positively does poor, thin blood directly influence the en- FOR SALE BY Insurance protects of MAN-POWE- from-LOS- S JO F. PATTESON, ' Columbia, Kentucky. f Hanna's . can be supplied in eight Hatniral wood colors. Its excellent not only for floors, but also for furniture, woodwork and tfte tjipusand and one small finishing purposes about the home. Lustro-Finis- h "F 40 LIGHT $Q9C PLANT 100 Lights 65 Lights 200 Lights R the That earns the daily bread; OL3 I I Fire Insurance protects from LOSS of POSSESSIONS tire system. Pale, ions; dull eyes; BOLD BY JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE ' sallow complex listless step; languid-nes- s. a feeling; gen-ertiredness; worn-ounhappiness dejectedness and all are positive signs that the body is not receiving its proper nourishment ut al .Complete F.O.B. Indianapolis) A distinctive desizn in larcer "F" plants is offered as below: That shelter and comfort. I i COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. through the blood. -- fltepfcO'lfMB11 htfps restore vigor' 'sSSIW&mwmmwmzJ am& HSBBfe. GK Columbia; R REED, "The Service Agency" pCentucky. 1 Insurance in all Its Branches. - J Jv t y "b r 1 V -- ,v -- , S- -, F C ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I The Year 1920 Will Be One Fraught With Momentous Making of History. ' critical period of 1920, will deal with a I v 2 O"frO444044 4"Q446664M0H4ft 6( a In the libraries of the future, the historical volumes, marked the world's hiBtory. CLOTHING h -- SHOES - 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 m hand with the spectre of distrust, where they are not already dying in the flame of fratricidal war. 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 burden. A X A VV'- ' '" '"v A v A It is the whole-soule- a critical period through which this world is passing, and one that demands interest of every thinking man and woman in this-worl- d. d You can not perform your duties as a citizen of this country unless you think right; you can not think right unless you are fully informed; you can nrt be fully informed unless you rerd a daily newnpaper. 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. s I Granted that it is your duty to read a daily newspaper, it is also your duty to read the paper that will give you the most news, particularly when its cost is the same as the others. The Louisville Herald has the largest circulation of any morning newspaper in Kentucky, 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 j O ' Albin Murray Columbia, J Kentucky The-Ada- v. Next Door to lr County New Office. 8 A 5 A A A A A ' 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 News Service; this in addition to The Herald's own list of special correspondents and its editorial staff. Nonewspaper can give you more than this few can give you as much. The Louisville Herald, apart from its general news value, thoroughly covers the financial world, and keeps you fully informed as to the daily fluctuations on all marketable commodities. News of the world of sports is more than a tabulation of sporting events, as compiled for The Herald's sport page. The Louisville Herald contains more features of general family interest than we have space to specify in the short space of this advertisement; but we will say this much, that there' is something of interest to every member of your family in every issue. We will, if you are unfamiliar with The Herald, gladly send you a sample copy on request. We would suggest that in order to protect yourself against a raise in subscription price for the coming year, that you give your order to your local agent now; if there is none in your town, send in the coupon below. A A A , MERCHANDISE . J A A A GENERAL THE MAIL. DAILY-- BY postoffice in Kentucky, any diana and Tennessee. 1 LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. To In- Year. 6 Months. MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. : NAME Address $5.00 3 Mos. $2.60 1 Mo. R. F. D. No. Enclosed Find . Check For Postoffice Order Express Order $ $1.40 50c State Terms Here 1 Year Mail the following coupon with remittance at once. Don't be without The Herald for a amgle day: $ $ 3 Mos- 1 Mo.. 6 Mos THE LOUISVILLE HERALD PER YEAR $5.00. (i 1.50. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & TOTAL - $6.50. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $6.00. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in HI I AS ZTLnrrc, no cnamnan or a commis- !. have distributed cash with such a lav ish hand in many places on the conti nent that the people have become con vinced that every American has mone. SIGHTSEERS SHOULD KEEP OUT to throw away and as soon as they ; OF EUROPE UNTIL PEOPLE svpot a citizen from this country the GET ON FEET AGAIN. proceed to overcharge him for every thing he buys and every service ren Unless Americans foregc dered. in Europe for a few years WORK BAPTISTS ENLARGE a lot of the natives there will become professional beggars, in Dr. Love'i V sight-seeing 10 SIM AT sion named by the .Baptist 75 Million Campaign to visit EuroRe and make a survey of the mission fields there, has just returned from a five months' tout of the continent He says Americana Dapusxs'win cany on"lrnfi5'"Europ"eai! countries which they have not occu EVERYTHING IN pied before will not be determined until after the commission has reported to the Foreign Mission Board, members of the commission found crying need for money with which to meet cases demanding immediate relief and cabled home for funds to be employed in thii connection in northern France and Belgium. This money was promptly forwarded and has been distributee through an agency set up in Paris ir conjunction with the Foreign Mission ary Society of the Northern Baptist Also Eiiwood and American Fence. Convention. Prior to the visit of this commission, missionary work by South em Baptists in Europe has been con fined to Italy and Bohemia. However the commission visited England, Scot land, France, Belgium, Holland and Italy, but found it impossible to gel the Balkans and Into Incorporated Russia at this time. 116 Caat Matket street- Between First and Brock Palestine and Egypt Visited. After the tour of Europe had beei Louisville, Ky, completed, the commission, which in eluded Dr. Z. T. Cody, editor of tht T Baptist Courier, of Greenville, S. C. and Dr. Everett Gill, formerly mission ary to Italy, but now a pastor In Kan sas City, went to Palestine to look intt the missionary work there formerlj done by the Baptists of Southern 111! 3 nois, but recently taken over by the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. A trip into Egyp for the purpose of studying the Moti medan situation was made by the party while awaiting a ship on which to re turn to Italy. So far, Christianity ha? made very little inroad on Mohammedanism anywhere Dr. Love found though some of the missionary agen cies in Palestine have been established for more than a half century. He an ticipates a better chance for the ChrisCOLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. tian religion there, following Brltisl country. occupation of that S -- ?99e99e?e&eee?ee94'G"e& A A Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Steel Fence Posts - DEHLER BROS. CO. Czecho-Slovaki- a, $$$$x$e$ '$x$ WT. PRICE SURETY BONDS ' FIKJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES AMissIon Secretary Will Recommen& ' How Evangelistic, Educational and Benevolent Program Can Be Carried Out. Americans should keep out of Europe, unless they have important there, until Europeans have had appportunity to get on their feel aSaln declares. Dr. J. F. love, secretary of the Foreign Mission Board oi tie Southern Bantjgt Cflayentioiu TtusI-ies- s r . of the liberal responsi from the native Christians in the vari Columbia. ous mission fields to the 75 Million Campaign, many improvements ok All Classes of Dental Work Done. those fields have been made possible Crownadge and Inlay Work a Among the enlargements already pro vided for are an orphanage in Rome, Specialty. the addition of a girls' department al Rio College in Brazil, and land far All Work Guaranteed Sao Paulo, Brazil. girls' school opinion. Office: next door to post office. The Interior China Mission was Baptists Suffered Heavily. asked for $7,500 for the campaign, and the missionaries there subscribed this Along with the other religious, de alone, while the native converts added nominations Bap'ists suffered heavj $4,500. The North China Mission has losses of property in Europe during the ope by Qfese representatives of the subscribed $50,000, while Brazil will war, Dr. Love reports, but he found nearly $l,000,000r In that such Baptists as survived the wai Southern Baptist Convention Dr. Love respond with the campaign as it was 5K South Brazil remained loyal to their convictions and believes there will ultimately be tarried on in the South, was duplicated alignment of th they are now ready to welcome th formed a ffith all the special days and other ex of American Bap' Baptists of the world that will make raordinary efforts and the responsi aid and tists in the.rebabilltation of their coun-trie- them larger factors in world evangell-zatio- s far beyond the anticipations of the than 'they have ever been be foreign Misdion Board. In Argentina, and the propagation of the gospel First-cla- ss fore. ' From the contact formed with the Jie quota asked was $75,000, while the Carry on Relief Work. BapJjs.ti.9C the chief countries of Eur returns from, that country have alreadj While 'the program wjilch Soutrrr reached $125,000. Establish Orphanage m Rome. ay reason $xeei A X X3&K2ieKK Columbia Barber Shop LOY )Ki $$x$M$IkS T it jj Ac LOWE Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactlonlacd Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. XKKKKK$ieKi s Job Work turned out promptly-- . Give us a trial and be convinced. Work guaranteed. N " ir t . ii T3 s' ADAIR COUNTY V3WS ' m,.jm..ji V-- 7" 9 AUCTIONEER Nothing wrong with our balance" Chesterfietcl Business Solicited THE right balance of costly Turkish Domestic tobaccos, propo- ADAlRJand ADJOINING COUNTIES rtioned by experts i Chesterfields "satisfy." Every puff brings you the full, rich flavor of genuine Turkish tobacco and the lively relish of choice Domestic leaf. ir that's why you could buy a friend f or $5.00 a year a friend with stimulating ideas on national and locol problems, one whose vies would command as edimuch respect, for instance, as that received e torial page of the Louisville Courier-Journaby-thl: J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. a friend who would meet you early in the day was read to the people. Solomon was seven years in y and tell you in a concise, authoritative way aobuc every important world event during the preceding twenty- four hours, quoting what the New York Times, was printingthe same morning, what the reliable Associated Press was saying about politics, strikes, or the High Cost of Living; giving you news which he had received by wire the night before from correspondents all over Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee: 1 not be copied. Every package enclosed urivate formula in glassine, the flavor. And theblend the manufacturer's can' f moisture-proo- paper that seals in tfja&JyAfe'( 8Kvvv 29H building the temple. In the tabernacle there were seven lamps. Naaman washed seven times in the River Jordan. No Extra Session Needed. a friend who would sit down while you were eating your cereal and draw a cartoon which would make you think, and then some pictures that would make you laugh; a friend versatile enough to give your wife just what she wants to know about cooking, shopping The news has been published throughout the State, coming from Frankfort, that there is likely to be an extra session of the Legislature to provide means to carry into effect the road program, as laid out in the Moss road measure, providing for 3,- 450 miles of State Highways. There should be no extra session of the Legislature. It is an Kentucky expensive luxury. can do without. It is not consis tent with Gov. Morrow's promises of economy. If the money necessary to carry out the big road plan can be raised without an ad valorum tax ic can be done at this session of the Legislature, gnd it sbould be done. Because this Legislature has frittered away half of its time in vacations or recesses is no justifica-tia- n to put a burden of taxation upon the people to pay for an extra session. Our solons ought not to be rewarked for the waste of time by giving them more pay and that is what an extra session mens E. Town News. HHHHHKSS) Kes. Phone 13-- B. and fashions, then entertain the children every day with a forest animal story. a friend who is not obtrusive, but who stands ready, any moment during the day to answer your questhe tions about racing, boxing or any other sport-an- d next minute "tip you off," if you want him to, on the way stocks are selling on the metropolitan markets. and for $5.00 a year. If you only COULD buy a friend like that, You Couldn't Spend the Money Too Quickly, Yet is ready to do all that this person might. Its opinions always are worth careful consideration, its news service is reliable and complete, its features for the home and for every member of the family are entertaining and instructive, and it costs only $5.00 for an entire year. The daily Courier-Journ- al Kut Best of All We Are Now Able To Offer I h Compulsory --Military Training '"'Another Prussianized propos al" has found expression at u Washington in the Senate Army Reorganization Bill, declares the Pittsburg Sun. Other newspapers call it "militarism run mad," and declare that the bill, with its compulsory military training provision, will cost the taxpayers of the country more and is promoted by men who made. than a billion dollars annually. As a conqeuence Democrats have always been converts to The bill specifically declares that the Prussian theory of the state. are less hopeful of ratification the citizen army cannot be called The United States ha3 always this evening than heretofore to the colors except in the event Repub-ican- s had the Prussian notion of the At the same time, many of a declaration of war, and that are more optimistic and army, has maintained Prussian the total amount of training in a notions of military authority, believe that with the assistance of five years shall be five total and in Europe was the nearest of the Democrats the treaty may months. Four of the months to the Prussian standard of any be saved. Some even go to the shall be served in one period Allied military force. The mili- - extent of declaring that they during the first year, when the tary punishments in the Ameri are, now short not to exceed five youth is between the ages of can Army were Prussian, and or six Democratic votes to make eighteen and twenty-onand requisite for the sixty-fou- r the military discipline also." the other two maneuvers of two weeks later on, when the youth is classed as a reservist. These For CROUP, COLDS, The Number 7 in The Bible. INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA Mothers should periods would Salre convenient. keep a jar of Brame"3 Vapomentta short maneuver When Croup, Influenza or Pneumonia threatens this delightful ealrc rubbed well into be spent near home, under ofthe throat, chest and under the arms, mil rehen; the Seven is used many times in ,h"Hng. break congestion and promote restful rices- ficers who are resident in the the Bible. The word "seven" 3525' same area, we are assured by VAPOMENTlfra as used in the Bible stands for Senator Wads worth, who exSALVE amass completeness or perfection. You wsjl hot sum mt plains further that "there will 30c 60c. tsi SI .20 a! all tea shrtj or ed pmij ny will see the word "seven" used Brame Prog Co. N. Wilkesboro. N. C be no compulsory service, but all through the Bible, from besimply compulsory training for ginning co end. Defeat of Treaty. s' the period stated, On the seventh day God ended statements to the contrary notHis work. withstanding." The House The rejection of the German In the seventh month Noah's Committee on Military Affaire, peace treaty withvthe Lodge resark touched the ground. of which Congressman Kahn ervations attached, was indicat (Rep., al.,) is chairman, is at ed by a poll completed by Demo- - In seven days a dove was sent work on another bill which also cratjc leaders this afternoon, out. Abraham pleaded seven times provides for compulsory military and which cfearly established training, on which sentiment in that a majority of the Demo-th- e for Sodom. Jacob mourned seven days for Committee is said to be even-;crawi 8tand by "Senator ly divided. If we are to take Hitchcock and vote to reject the Joseph. the opinion of the Des Moines treaty with the Lodge reserva-Registe- r A plenty of seven years and representing theitions. as famine of seven years were foretold in Pharaoh's dream by seven fat and seven lean beasts and seven of full and Eseven ears of "COLORS restore or ledje color desired. OF A RAINBOW We can blasted corn. SWISS DYEING SAVES BUYING Clothin that has become soiled from wear and usage must be sent to a cleaner. On the seventh day of the sevSwiss Cleaning Has No Equal enth month children of Israel MEN'S GARMENTS REPAIRED FREE! Send via Parcel Post fasted seven days and remained SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS, Inc. seven days in their tents. General Office e 17' 4th Av. Plant: 909 6th St. LOUISVILLE. KY. Every seventh day the law j Democrats began taking back Central West, there is no divi?- ion of sentiment there.. Says statements made recently that they would accept the Lodge The Register: "Let nobody deceive himself. program at the last rather than The program of Senator Wads see the treaty fail. This was worth and of Congressman Kahn because it has become evident is precisely the program Bis- that there can be no modificaGermany to tions of the Lodge reservations, marck persuaded adopt, and is enforced by pre- even in the most minor instances. cisely the same argument. Un- The previous attitude was based iversal military training is a on assurances that a number of scheme to Prussianize America, acceptable changes would be V THE DAILY COURIERJOURNAL And The ADAIR COUNTY NEW5 BOTH 1 YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00 This offer appiies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana, New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later 'date, and renewals will date from expiration of presnt ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substltue The Louisville Times ior The Courier-JournaSend or bring your orders to the office of the l. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, Columbia, Ky. a How to Figure Income. Business Phone 13-- a Or. J. -- N. Murrell DENTISTlM Office, FrontllRoomsjJefrriesjBTd. UPgSTAIRS.J e, "COLUMBIA, KY "What would your mother say, little boy," demanded the passerby, "if she could hear you swear like that?" "She would be tickled to death if she could hear it," answered the bad little boy. "She is stone deaf." Deputy Revenue Collecton Robert Goodenough of Covington, has been held over on charge at conspiring with others to steal whisky. word-twister- ts Used 40 Years CARDUI The Woman's Teals Sold EvwyvAn r. . '.uiic- - b &rlj-is- . '' j- - 'c t ' The best way to find out whether one must file a return Is to get a Form 1040A and follow the Instructions printed on It That form will serve as a reminder of every Item of income, and if a return is due it tells bow to prepare and file It in doubt on any point as to Income Business Men, Farmers and Wage orIf deductions, a person may secure free advice and aid from the nearest InterWorkers Must File Schedules nal Revenue office. of Income for 1919. Guesswork, estimates and other methods are barred when a person is making out his Income Tax reMARCH 15 LAST FILING DATE. turn. Accuracy and completeness must be Insisted upon. The return Is a sworn statement As such It must be Net Incomes of $1,000 or Over, If Sin- - thorough and accurate. Salaried persons and wage earners gle; or $2,000 or Over if Married, must ascertain the actual compensation Must Be Reported. received. Overtime, bonuses, shares In the profits of a business, value of quarThe Income Tax imposed by Act ters and board furnished by the emof Congress on earnings of the year ployer and other items which are com pensations for services must be u N 1919 is now being collected. must be made eluded. Returns under oath It must be borne In mind that comon or before March 15 by every citipensation may be paid In other forms zen and resident who had a net inthan In cash. A bonus paid In Liberty come for 1919 amounting to: Bonds is taxable at the market value $1,000 or over, If single; or IX marof the bonds. A note received In payried and living apart from wife (or ment for services is taxable Income al husband) ; or If widowed or divorced. Its face value, and the Interest txpoa $2,000 or over, if married and living it is also taxable. Other Returns Due. with wife (or husband). ' The status of the person on the last Every partnership doing business In day of the year fixes the status for the United States must file a return the year with respect to the above on Form 1065; and every personal service corporation must file a similar requirements. .return. Under any of these circumstances a Corporations must file annual rereturn must be madrii even though turns on Form 1120. no tax is due. Trustees, executors, administrators: Husband and wife must consider and others acting In a fiduciary capacthe income of both, plus that of de- ity are required to file returns. In pendent minor children, In meeting some cases, Form 1041 Is used; la this requirement ; and, if sufficient to others, Form 1040; and still others, require a return, all items must be returns on both forms are required. shown in a joint return or In separate Information returns, on Forms 1099 returns of husband and wife. and 1096, must be filed by every orA single person with minor dependganization, firm or person who paid, ents must Include the income of such during 1919, an amount of $1,000 la, dependents. salary, "wages, Interest, rent, or other A minor who has a net 'Income of fixed or determinable Income to-- an$4,000 or more is not considered a other person, partnership, personal dependent, and must file a separate service corporation or fiduciary. These return. Information returns should be forPersonal returns should be made on warded directly to the Commissioner Form 1040A, unless the net income of Internal Revenue (sorting division), exceeded $5,000, in which case Form Washington, D. O. . 1040 should be used. file Residents of Kentucky should their returns with, and make payments of Income Tax to, Elwood Hamilton, GIVE US THAT NEXT" JOB Collector of Internal Revenue, LouisOUR WORK IS iOME TAX RETURN hit-or-tn- iss -- UP-TaDA- ville. TE . - 'J - U- ' ' J Ar.J "iMi i ,,. H - V.&SS5 g I h - s S fate "iSmmwi! j 8 COMMISSIONER'S SALE.. Ok: fkm w ADAIR COUNTY ef-fe-ot NEWS. -- h ij "tijLJ ' -- from the day of sale until paid, and til paid, and having th9 fore and of a Judgment. Bidders will be having the force and effect of a, Judgwill ba prepared to prepared to comply promptly with ment. Bidders &DA1B. CIRCUIT COURTJ comply promptly with these terms. these terms. OF KENTUCKY. Coffey, Master Commissioner. JW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. W. A. Tp Greea Barton & others PIS ) ' vs COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Will Hector Burton others Deft) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. By virture of a Judgment and Order ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT dered at the March Term, thereof, OF KENTUCKY, OF KENTUCKY. 1020, in the above cause, I shall proEva Dixon & Others Pltff ) E. W. Gofer & others Pltff. vs v ceed to offer for sale at the Courtvs Trabue Shearer & Others Deft J ) house door in Columbia Ky., to the Alzora Stanley Vanhoy Deft By virture of a Judgment and Order highest bidder, at Public Auction, on By virture of a Judgment and Or- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renMonday, the 5th day of April, 1920, der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, dered at the March Term, thereof, St One o'clock p. m , or thereabout rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1920, in the above cause, I shall propro(being- County Court), upon r credit of 1920, in the above cause, I shall ceed to offer for sale at the Courtoffer for sale at the CourtSix months, the following described ceed to house door in Columbia, Ky., to the property t: A certain tract Jof house door in Columbia, Kentucky to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, land lying in Adair County, Ky and the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, is described as follows: Lot No. 2 of on Monday, the 5th day of April, at One o'clock p. m. or thereabout p. m. or there22 acres, 1 rod and 21 poles as describ- 1920, at One o'clock, (being County Court), upon a credit ed in a division of the Lands of Louisa about (being County Court), upon a of six months the following described Burton deceased, between her chil- credit of six months, the following property, A certain tract of property, t: A certain dren. Beginning on the Stanford described land lying in Adair County, Ky., on 41 road where Isaiah Burton's line cross- tract or parcel of land containing RusKen- the waters of Pelham Branch of es sail road, a small white oak mark- acres lying in Adair County, sell's Creek containing 48 acres more ed as a pointer corner to Montgomery, tucky on the waters of Bear House or less. Said land is fully described thence with said Montgomery's line Branch of Caney Fork of Russell's in the judgment and pleadings in the pleadand said road S 50 W 50 poles to a Creek, fully described in the above styled action, and is same land Stone in said road corner to Lot No. 1, ings and Judgment in the above styled deeded by James W. Squires and wife thence with a line of said Lot S 15 action, and being the same land deed- to Mary Shearer and others by deed by Hiram M. Coffer and others to 32.76 poles to a stone, thence N 65 E ed of date Jan. 16th, 1893 and of record 43 poles to a branch and ash and two Lydia A. Cofer by Deed bearing date in Deed Book No. 8, Page 298 of the beech trees marked as pointers, thence 22nd day of November 1878 and of rec- Adair County Court Clerk's Office, to op said branch K" 13 W 9 poles NJ24 E ord in Deed Book No. 1, page 28, of which reference is made. For the 25 poles to mouth of small branch, the Adair County Court Clerk's Office, purchase price, tbe purchaser, with thence up said small branch N 19 W to which reference is made. For the approved surety or securities, must SO poles to a White Oak stump, C purchase price, the purchaser, with execute Bond, bearing legal interest Burton's corner, thence W 21 poles to approved surety or securities, must from the day of sale until paid, and a black, gum, thence N 32 poles to the execute Bond, bearing legal interest having the force and effect of a Judgbeginning. For the purchase price, from tha day of sale until paid, aud ment. Bidders will be prepared to the purchaser, with approved surety having the force and effect of a Judg- comply promptly with these terms. or securites, must execute Bond, bear ment- Bidders will be prepared, to W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. ing legal interest from day of sale un- comply promptly with these terms Russell Creek. til paid, and having the force and ef- W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be COMMISSIONER'S SALE. prepared to comply with these terms Mr. George Hood left for IlliW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. nois, last Wednesday, to work. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT COMMISSIONER'S SALE. OF KENTUCKY. Mr. Ernest Cundiff, sisters Ethel Weatherford etc Pltff and brothers have been victims vs ADA1R CIRCUIT COURT Josephine Brockman etc Deft V of Inflenza for the past three OF KENTUCKY. By v)rture of a Judgment and Order weeks, but have about recovered. W. J. Bottoms etc Pltff ) of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renvs Will give names of families dered at the March Term, thereof, C. C. Bottoms etc Deft ) ' By virture of a Judgment and Or 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro who have had influenza in this star of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ceed to offer for sale at the Court- neighborhood: J. N. Squires, rendered at tl e March Term, thereof, house door in Columbia, Ky., to the Mr. Frank Shepherd's family, 1520. in the ab - cause, I shall pro- highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Sam Suddarth and father, Mr. ceed to offer fo: sale at the Court- Monday, the 5th day of April, 1920, at Harrison Wilson's family, Mr. house door in Columbia, Ky , to the One o'clock p. m , or thereabout (behighest bidder, at Public Auction, on ing County Court), upon a credit of Bingham Moore's family, Mr. Mouoay the 6th day of April, 1920, at six months, the following described Foree Hood and wife. We had one o'clock p. m , or thereabout, (be- property, to wit: A certain tract of but few families that escaped in ing County Court), upon a credit of land lying in Adair County Ky., near our neighborhood. Office, containing Six months the following described Absher Post Mr. James Garrison's family acres and bounded on the property A certain tract of 82 land lying in Adair County Ky., on North by the lands of Nick Thomas, have the mumps. Mr. Irvin Keltner is on the tbe waters of Green River and con- Ben Thomas, Demp Rice on the East taining 114J aces more or less, said by the County Road, on the South by Louisville market with 25 hogstrct adjoins tue lands of H H. Bot- A. B. Corbin and on the West by the heads of tobacco. tom, P. K. Jones, Pink Dunbar's Ia'ndsof Sallie T. Butler, fully deIt is reported that Mr. Hubert heiraand Harvey Sanders, and is fully scribed by meets and bounds in the appendicitis. We described by meets and bounds in pleadings and judgment in the above Watson has pleading and judgment herein to styled action to which reference is hope he will soon be well again. which) reference is made. For the made. For the purchase price, the Mr. Dolphus Murray, one of purchase price, the purchaser, with purchaser, with approved surety or our farmers, was in approved surety or securities, must securities, must execute Bond, bearLouisville last week. 'execute Bond, bearing legal interest ing legaL interest from the day of sale Mr. W. E. Squires sold a nice 'from the day of sale until paid, and until paid, and having the force and having the force and effect of a J udg. effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be bunch of hogs to Phelps Bros, m'ent. Bidders will be prepared to prepared to comply promptly with for 12 cents. Mr. Joe H. Todd these terms. fiomply promptly with these terms. sold one fat hog for $40. T; W- - A. Cofiey, W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. IJaster Commissioner 1 1 to-wito-wi- 4j AX 'VCfc iE-- jaj 4J "uv Ai t4Jj f tA Kil- - "xm HlU- - X4JJ ViLV XtU BARGAINS Overalls for Men, Boys, and Children. Prices 90 cents, $1 00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 and $2,75. We have lots of the VERY BEST Made. 500 r : PAIRS OVERALLS ! SHOES SHOES your ! SHOES We guarantee to give you from ! We have lots of Shoes for Men, Women and Chidren. J to J on SHOES and SUPPERS. t: to-wi- HARNESS Breeching,1 Bridles, Check Lines, Belly Band, Back Bands, Collar Pads, Hames, and Chains. If you need Harness come to us and save at least One Fourth. We are selling FIRST CLASS Harness for LESS than v-- 4 WHOLESALE PRICES. HOUSE FURNISHINGS. Bedsteads. Matt resses, Springs, and Window Shades at a Bargain. RUGS. 9x12 9xl3i Fibre Rugs " " All later arrivals will be $11.00 ' to - $10.50. $11.50. Buy now and save the Only a few left at these prices. $12.00. Advance. We also carry a good line of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hose, Underwear, Notions of all Kinds, at Money Saving Prices. 7 -2 cents. TOBACCO CANVASS, 1 yard Wide, 1- With Every Purchase of 2.50 or More We are ABSOLUTRLT FREE a Nice Present. Respectfully, G-ivn- g , QOFF BROS. STORE. ANNOUNCEMENT to-wi- t: 13-16- 0 iiiAjj I o B BlllH up-to-da- te iiiiH Mr. H. T. Smith is building COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. -- it w IMPAIR CIRCUIT, COURT " OF KENTUCKY. 7 jJfancy-J- . Simpson etc Pltfl vs y ) J. A. Stay too.etc Deft By virture ofa Judgment and Or- JtierofSale of Adair Circuit Court, yendered at the March Term, thereof, 1920,in the above cause, I shall pro- $$e4Jto .offer foe sale at the Court- f Srause door-i- Colombia, Kentucky, to 'theWghftst bidder, at Public Auction, 'on Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, p. m., or thereabout at (being-County Court) upon a credit 1 " n -One-o'cloc- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. J. T. M. ,V Janes & Wife Pltff vs ) By C.Janes & others Deft J virture of a Judgment and Order . K of six r&onths the following described property, A certain tract of lying in Adair County, Ken- land tuckyj on the waters of Casey and Mill Creeks end containing 72,4 acres more or less, and adjoining the lands ofMilburn Wolford, and W. C. and Cassie Ford and Is fully described by jaeetB and bounds by survey on file herein and judgment and pleadings, to ' which reference is made. For the jmrchMe price, the purchaser, with MPproTtd surety or securities, aousb to-wl- t: -- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1920, in the above cause, 1 sha'l proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, at One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court),upon a credit of six months, the following described A certain tract or parcel of land owned by Lawson M. Janes at his death, lyidgin Adair County, Ky., on the dividing waters of Leather wood and Har rods Fork of Crocus Creek containing 158.231 acres fully described by meets and bounds in the judgment in the above styled action and in a survey on file in same, to which reference is made. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or se- prop-erty,tow- it: his son, Luther, a nice dwelling on his farm. It s Miss Lela Cundiff spent a week very pleasantly visiting Miss Pearl Sharp, near Gadberry, recently. Mr. Leslie Keltner, who has been in school at Campbellsville, has returned home. Ernest Cundiff sold one good milch cow and calf to Mr. Eugene Grasam, for $75. Mr. Aaron Rogers has a sow that found him 17 pigs last week. s Who can beat that? Mr. Will Powell, who lives on Mr. 'Burdette's firm, and son We wish to announce that we now have moved our stock of Pionos, Organs, Phonographs, and other Musical Instruments to the room in the Merchants Hotel Block just vacated by the Hatcher-Mitche- ll Company. In our new place it is our desire to carry every musical instrument from a French Harp to Piano and Phonograph. Complete Line of Sheet and Roll Music of Latest Also Date, arid; Records for the EDISON, COLUMBIA, ROYAL and other makes .of Talking Machines for which we have ' the agency. , VM, . . -- Wcutt Bond, berlBg itftl legal ,;Interest ',.,,interest from the day of sale n.nrlMaH. trmur, ATftP.nr.o TtanT Hurl no. un- - are quite sick at this writing. Our prayers and beat wishes are for Mr. and Mrs. Dolpus Todd's children to get well and come home to their aged father and mother. Mr. Geo. Smith and family were visiting Mrs. Smith's moth er, Mrs. YoumTi near Gadberry, laat week. v -- :. SANDERS & HENDRICKSON, PIANO DEALERS, CAMPBELLSVILLE, - - - - KENTUCKY.