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Married, A Good Man Gone to His Reward. Flu. Ban Virtually Lilted. i i The number of banks that have The Rev. J. R. Rice and Mrs. Ma- The name of Guy C. Mercer appear- been robbed In "Kentucky in the last lissa Denton, both of this county, ed in the list published In Wednes- four months; isaufficlent warning to were united in matrimony on Thurs day's daily papers, as having been all bank officials in the smaller towns. day, March 11th, at 4:30 p. m. The ceremony was performed at the awarded the Croix de Guerre for he- The bank at Wobdburn, Warren counroic and valuable service to the French ty, was robbed last Monday night home of Mrs. Denton, in the presence government and for brave conduct in week of nearly four thousand dollars of only a few friends and relatives, jtime of stress. Guy is the son of J. in Liberty bonds', thrift stamps and the Rev. I. M. Grimsley officiating. Immediately after the ceremony all H. Mercer, for many years railroad cash. It is believed that four mendid where a agent here. He was employed at El the job, and it is also believed that they repaired to the dining-rooare the same men who have robbed sumptuous supper awaited them. Paso al the time of his enlistment, The groom is a .prosperous farmer but as he was born and reared here, four or five other banks in Kentucky in the last four months A night of the Green River section and is he is regarded here as a Mesquite n all over the county, havboy, and his friends are proud of the watchman in the smaller towns would gen- ing been a minister for a number of not be a bad idea. Bobberies are honor he has won. erally committed after the turn of years. He and others were decorated with Mrs. Denton is a very deserving and the medals on March 20, with Im- the night, and ic would not be neces sary for a watchman to go on duty highly respected Jady of the same pressive ceremonies. Texas Paper. The above gallant soldier is a until after midnight. Tne services neighborhood. Their many friends unite in wishgrandson of Mr. Andrew Mercer, who of a good man would cost a little removed from Milltown to Texas money, but by employing him a great ing them a long, happy and prosper-ou- e life together. May the roses that many years ago. He is also a first deal of money and securities might ' strew.their pathway be many and the cousin of Mr. N. M. Tutt, this place, be saved. thorns few. XX and Mr. J. R. Tutt, Milltown. well-know- Bravery. Notice. You must pay your last year account, so I can pay mine. You must Notice is hereby given that A. O. not ask for another credit unless you Young and others will, on Monday have paid your 1919 account. the 5th day of April 1920, it being 22-W. I. Ingram. the first day of the regular term of the Adair County Court, file in said At Rest. court, a petition asking the opening and establishment of a public road in On the 11th day of March the death Adair County, Kentucky, which road .angel visited the home of Mr. and is more particularly described as folMrs. Lonza Perkins, near Knlfley, lows: Beginning at a point in the CoAdair Co , and claimed their beloved lumbia and Jamestown road, near boy, named Claud, and carried him Zion Church, running thence in an away, to be one of the little angels in Easternly direction across the lands Heaven He' was 6 years, 2 month of Mrs. Mollie Willis, H. G. and Dora days old. Was born Dec. 20, 1913 Young, R. O. Cabbell, Lewis Young, Leaves father, mother, six brothers Robert Bailey, A O. Young, Ben and 3 sisters. Weep not dear father, Hutchinson, J. W. Gabbert, R. A. mother, brothers and sisters for our Montgomery, J. B. Montgomery, R. dear darling is at rest He has one B. Reeves, Josh Montgomery, Howard brother dead. Died year ago last Leach and Green Reynolds to a ppint September. in the Columbia and Russell Springs A precious one from us is gone, road, near New Clear Spring School A voice we loved is still. house, a distance of about three miles, A vacant place is in our home, and will on said day ask said court to Which never can be filled. appoiDt viewers and to enter and We will meet him some day. make such orders and judgment as is His dear cousin, necessary for the opening and estabMrs. R. J. Pike. lishing said road as a public road. It is claimed that the most direct Givenunder our hands this the 10th route for the proposed pike (rom day of March, 1920 A. p. Young. Cheatham's bridge to the residence 22-of Ben Thomas is up Butler's Branch Eclipses During the Year. about one quarter of a mile, then turn due east to Oliver Pelley's, then north Here is a little ' meteorological into the end of A. B. Corbin's farm, known as the Williams' farm, then formation of the year 1920 that may on via S. C Hood's farm and that of be of interest. It indicates four Sailie Butler Then make a north- eclipes will be seen daring the year. east turn to Ben Thomas' place. Two will be of the sun and two of This is the shortest and cheapest the moon. The first will be a total route. From the starting point to eclipse of the moon on May second; the Thomas farm is only three miles the next will be a partial eclipse of All the parties living on this route the sun, May 17; the next a total iiaveiven the Tight of way but two, eclipse of the moon, October 27, and and it is likely that they will come the last) a partial eclipse of the sun ticross. As soon as the right of way on November 10. The information is has been fully secured, all parties and from the government weather bureau. the public generally who will be benIn Our New Location. efitted by this piece of road should give liberally for its construction. There may be others who think difFormerly occupied by Young & ferently, and if so, there will be a Jones and joining Goff Bros. Store. We are prepared to gum your saws, fight for the route. grind your plow points, axes, etc. Mrs. Porter Barger, who lives near T. G.' Rasner & Son. Joppa, met with a very painful accident a few days ago. She was climbMr. Albert Rowe, whose death we ing over a fence, near her residence, reported in our last issue, was a when a rail broke throwing her to the nephew of Eld. Z. T Williams, this ground Her left arm was badly plane. In the notice of his death, we sprained, causing much suffering. made a mistake in stating that his A heavy rain fell here last Thursday wife was living. She died about two night, and Friday morning Russell's years ago. He was also a brother-in-laof W. T. McFarland. creek was on a high, the water lack-In- g only a few feet of reaching the T. F. Corbln, representing D. E. bridge. Pettisfork was also higher Phelps, bought sixty red hogs, last than it had been'for several months Tuesday, from different parties, 2t 2t -w For Sale. 22-2- time previous to April 3rd 1920 be S. F. Eubank required through their minister or Attention, Farmers. One 1918 Model Ford Touring car. other, authorized person to get tha Dangerously III. t Robert'C. Neat. consent therefore of the county Come and see my newchangeable . Mrs S. D. Barbee, of this place health officer. We are very grateful to the people That all restrictions under the ban recieved a message Saturday night, speed Thomas mower of Adair and adjoining counties for stating that her brother, Mr. H Clay and not otherwise mentioned herein S. F. Eubank. the substantial support they are givWolford, who lives in Louisville, was be released on and after the 29 inst. W. S.Sinclair. dangerously ill, not expected to live, ing this paper. For the last five Died at Craycraft. S. P. Milller H. O. and that if she wanted to see him months its business has been greater S. A. Taylor M. D. alive to come at once. She left to be than at any "time since The News N. M. Hancock M. D. Mrs. Ellen Blair, who was about at his bedside Sunday morning was established, in the same number eighty years old, a highly respected Bear in mind that the Harvesters LOST, A gold filled watch, ln the of months, and the paper was started lady, died at her home in the Cray-cra- ft will be here Monday night, ths 5th of town of Columbia. The finder will nearly 23 years ago. For twenty receive a reward. section last Tuesday night. She April. years it was owned and managed by T. F. Reece. Wm. E. Barnes, who is a member of hwas the mother of Irvine, William Mr. C. S. Harris, and under his diBefore Buying A Bicycle. and George Blair. The internment the famous Fi'st Division, is now rection it was put upon a firm fountaking advantage of the opportunity was in the family burying ground offered by the army to all soldiers to dation, and under its present manageCome and look over our line. We Wednesday afternoon, a large circle learn a profession without cost, and have a good line second hand and new ment there have been but little deviaof sympathizing relatives and friends at the same time he will recieve his wheels. All second hand wheels have tion from the conduct laid down by being present. She was known Our object is not to ofthroughout the neighborhood for fend; but to please the public by givkindness, and she will be greatly ing them a newsy paper weekly. missed The deceased was a zealous Again we thank you. member of the Christian Church, and the funeral discourse was preached by For Sale. Eld. F. J. Barger. Mr. Harris. William C. Hayes, son of Sailie and John D. Hayes, wa3 born in Russell county, Kentucky, Dec. 25, 1877, and married Lillie Speer, daughter of Mrs. William Speer, Dec. 26, 1900, and died March 11, 1920, aged 42 years, two months and fifteen days, leaving his widow, Lillie Hayes, and five sons, cne daughter died in infancy. He joined the Cumberland IPresby-teria- n church at an early date, making a good member, contributing to the needs of the church according to his ability. He was a generous and noble man, wholehearted, jovial, won many acquaintances, and as many friends. He proved a devoted husband to a true and devoted wife, a loving father, and a kind relative. We sympathize with his loved ones and enjoin upon all to emulate his virtues which were many, and avoid errors, to which man is prone, as the sparks fly upward." A Friend. a promi- nent business man of Carthage, Tenn., a of Judge and Mrs. G. T. Herriford, this place died at his home last Thunday night, a victim of paralysis. He was forty-eigyears old, a fine business man, one who will be greatly missed by the industustry of Corthage. Twelve or fourteen years ago he was married in this place to Miss Clyde Herriford, who survives him, and in a short time will return to thehome of her parents, this place. The deceased left a verv good estate, made by industry and perseverance. He was a leading spirit in the Presbyterian church, and gave liberally to all religious causes, Judge Herriford and wife and Dr. R. Y. Hindman, who is pi brother-in-laof Mrs. Read, were with her in the trying hours. The interment was at Carthage. Prices drop; call and see my up to date pumps and well casing. ht w At a meeting of the Board of Health of Adair County Ky., held in of Dr. S. P Miller, in the town of Columbia, Ky. On Monday the 22nd day of March 1920. Present: Judge ,W. S. Sinclair, Drs. S. P. Miller, S. A. Taylor and N. M. Hancock. After considering the general condition affecting Public health, it was ordered that the following regulations be applied to the flu. situation: First, the Graded School be permitted to open at any time after this mandate. That the Lindsey-Wilso- n agement require pupils to furnish a statement satisfactory tothecountas health officer that said pupils are not infected nor a source of infection of the flu. That churches In Columbia be permitted to hold service from and after this date. That play houses, shows, social gatherings or meeting the-offic- e ln places for amusement remain under the ban until after the 26 inst. That all other schools in the county remain under the ban until after the 2S inst., that churches outside of Columbia desiring to hold service at any ' I have In stock both new and used cars. Before buying call and get prices. . For iale. ' regular pay, clothing, etc. He is a son of Mrs. Ellen Dixon, Kearns, this county. , Mrs. Jas F. Montgomery, this place, has just been notified of the death of a brother, Dr. Jonathan Moore, who resided at Dover, Tenn. He was about seventy five years old and was a native of Russell county Before he was stricken he was arranging to remove to Russell Springs, Ky. -- been completely over hauled and rebuilt. First to buy gets the choice. T. G. Rasner & Son. Paid List. - I have 50 acres of land on upper Greensburg road, one and a half miles from Cane Valley. Eighty-fiv- e acres Work Started. on same road and adjoining. AJiouse and six acres, the house 5 rooms, comYoung & Sandusky are making ac- paratively new, for sale Apply to tive preparation for getting out the t.T. F Corbin.vCane Valley, Ky. three million feet of lumber for the f Mosaic Lumber Co. They will put The Adair County Institute will be four mills Mn operation, will have held in the Lindsey-Wilsobegining twenty teams, and will employ seven Monday, July 5. Prof. J. W. Ireland, men. The mills will be locat-e- d City on the lands of Hughes, Coffey and principal of the Frankfort schools, will conduct it. Redmon,-anon the farm Jsnown as the Nathan Murrell farm. When the Treman Rogers, about 18 j ears old whistles blow there will be busy times who was a son of Winston Rogers, on Sulphur and in the Craycraft sec- died, a few days ago, at the home of tion. his parents, near Milltown. He was" a victim of pneumonia. You Can Save Money. WANTED 30 single experinced farm hands immediately, wages 360 Bv buying your bicycle from us. $75 month. "Good board, room, washWe keep a full line of repair parts ing County Agent, Rockwell City, T. G. Rasner & Son. Iowa. J. P. Coffey, of Lebanon, writes us This office is well supplied with all that Misses Ida Coffey and Margaret kinds of cuts 'used in printing tock Whitlock recently made a very narrow escape They were returning bills If you want bills,, call ahd"select from school when a car, In which were the cut that suits your stock. two men, driving in full speed, struck A gentleman in from Cane Valley them. The men stopped their car, and one also from Breeding Informed took the girls home and sent for a us last Friday that the flu epidemic jn physician. They are. now getting the two villages had run its course. along all right, and there will be no serious results. Mr. ,Jo F. Patterson advertises a mighty good light plant in the News. For Sale. Persons who are contemplating buying a plant should consult him G. M. Stevenson. 22-tn, ty-fiv- v the Wm. Garrett Conover Farm For Sale. e d On County Court day, Apr. 5, 1920. the Courthouse door. At the above place and date we have author ity to sell and will sell at the highest bid the above named farm. This farm lies on the Springfield road about f mile "above Cheatham Bridge, on the Campbellsville pike, and about 3 miles from town. Consists of about 100 acres, with house and barn and plenty of the best water. Terms will be made known on day of sale W. H. Cundlff, P. V. Cundlff, Geo B. Cheatham. At s The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. J. B. Riggins, Peter H. Cheatham, S. H. Newbold, E. W. Reed, L. B. Cain, J. W. Simpson, Mary Jones, O. H. Dohoney, G B Kimbler R. B Logan, Owen Taylor, R. A. Hubbard, F P. Bryant, M. E. Blair, Allie Harmon, C. C Lewis, P. R. Gibbons, T. J. Epperson, C. A Reece, L L. Eubank, N B. Butler, Hattie Tiller, A. W. Cheek, C. H. Sandusky' P. S. Rosen-bauW. M. Garner, Mrs. W. P. Morrison, H. C. Parrish, Dick Par-risJ. W. Cole, B. C. White, Mrs. J. B Lasenby, Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, Fannie K. Pence, Solomon McKinley, J W Blair, G R. Turpen, Clyde Crenshaw, Mrs. Ed Hancock, W. H. Hamon, E. J. Page, Dr. S. A. Taylor,' C. P. Bell, Mrs. R. R. Conover, R. D. Williams, Sonville Jackman. m, h. Notice. my-offic- 21-- 3t e All discharged soldiers come to Next Monday night the first number afconce, if you want to apply of the Lyceum Course for the year for a pension. will be given in this place. Mr W. C. T. Stults. S. Watkins, reader and personator The Adair County Republican-Committewill appear. He is a gentleman of met a few days ago 'to superior talent, and you will sure be arrange for the coming campaign,. pleased. Mr. Sam Lewis was ChairBuff Orpington eggs for sale. 31.00 man and Fred McLean was elected sittljfg Call Mrs. Finis Phelps, Secretary. There were a few changes No. 75 J. 26. made in some prencicts Columbia. outside of at E Keltner sold nine hogshead of 31.50 of the Louisville market. He tobacco in Louisville last week at also bought seven head of cattle at 8 from 310 00 to $58 00 per hundred. cents. During the season Mr. Keltner sold Mr. Champ Butler had on exhibi-tio- n bout 100,000 pounds. here last Thursday afternoorJfta W. that Phelps Bros, had a carload of hogs farm the day before by J. CV Hood. on the Louisville market last week It measured 7 feet and 4 inches from and will ship another carload this tip to to tip. Itwefghed 14 pounds. week. They paid from 12 to 13 cents. Easter comes the first Sunday in If subscribers will look on the label April. We take it that an anni-nnrf rintebTon their paper they will see ate programwUl be rendered at somei the time for which they have paid. of the churches. -i. bald Eagle was killedor&rfls Dr. S. A. Taylor called Monday and renewed bis subscription for ths 23rd year, he having started at tha begining of the publication of the On Monday night, April 5th, the News. He also paid and ordered tha C. P. Harvesters will be at the Paramount paper'sent to his brotder-in-laTheater This is a play in which: some Bell, Glasgow. of the best talent in the country will Be at the entertainment next Monappear Buy your tiokets early. day nigbt. A high class reader will You can not afford to Lost March. 2nd or 3rd in or near entertain. miss it. OneGrist Mill, Engine, Crusher, Rubber Roofing beat grade for sale Columbia one gray black side curtain. Mr N C. Butler is going to keen Emery stand, one emery wheel, line Finder please return to News Office S. F. Eubank. cool this summer. The wings of tha and receive a reward. shaft, 4 pullies, 5 belts, and one wood large eagle killed on his place, A big corn crop is the cry of the good, as new. All for 3225. saw. Mr. Henry Cooley and family, who will be made into fans farmers this season. W, H. Cundlff, Heraline, Ky. lived in the Absher country, have and he expects to catch the wind, go t Wheat is looking fine. Nearly every become residents of Columbia. They ing and t are welcome. Wajited Five white girls to work The season has arrived when young farmer who sowed got a good stand, it B. Watson has sold his bakery to in Hotel good wages and room and J men who are fond of piscatorial sport is said. L. W. Bennett and J. R. Wilson. The board. Write Hardesty Hotel. hike to old Russell with the expecta Lebanon, Ky. in charge. The crF for tobacco plants will not latter are-notion of having fish for breakfast. be as unanimous this coming season The picture show will open next It is said that the first .two weeks of this month was the coldest know as last year. Saturday night. Th beautiful, warm ,weather puts in the month of March for twtafcj The Adair Fiscal.Courb will convene Prayer meetings at all tha churches years. At this time it beebM talMk vlm ln the farmera.' and the turning '. Monday, the 5th day of April. like spring h'as opened.- now going. Po-s- re tills week. B ,T. Harding, who was Commonwealths Attorney, in the Lebanon district, died in Norton Inflrmany Monday morning, following an operation for appendicitis. He was a good lawyer, possessing much general Information. Burial at Campbellsville, his home. G ct your horse feed' at E. ET Cheatham's Barn. 20-- 6t j ' lasti-Wednesd- 22-2- - v- - , SSfc. Ji". jv y &. -- r & a ADAIR COUNTY NEWS W TO FARMERS, TO FARMERS! WHAT Y U NEED IS T NN - 9 9 9 9 9 ? 9 9 IQftufolL or 0kifUCJ ypgyf A SAMPSON TRACTOR heavj draft horsepower, both for the drawbar and belt. I have them at the right price in first cost and upkeep cost as well. It will take the place of a barn full of horses, and can be operated much cheaper and do better work than horses Every working par,t is enclosed, protected against dust, mud and rain. Ah farmer can notgwell do without this machine. A up-to-date time itxmt- so-call- vZf&Vrm ,,' In a moment's time you can figure out how much cheaper it will he to use Hanna's Green Seal Paint on your property than inferior "cheap" paint. Green Seal spreads farther, it excels in covering power, and surpasses in length ed of service. 9 It protects the WQpd. surface through the hottest summers, and the coldest, wettest winters. Both beautifies and preserves. Shuts out decay and ugliness. The exact formula appears on every package. SOLD BY ? JEFFKltS HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. t i t .''- -- ? have accomplished something of times when so many were willTJj' "Z MI'illii : great worth and staying by its ing to accept and keep what was promoters The country already inherited and why it wa3 that I shows the marks of improve- had been so misunderstood in ments and indications of enter- my efforts and purposes as well prise are positive. We came as a few others. When I left I back via Montpelier and that did not think I would ever see section showed that it had joined so many miles of good roads in in the great awakening and had Adair county. It was a revela placed the road where it should tion to me and swept away every Is something you should I can also furnish you Auto Trucks at money-savin- g be, regardless of pecuniary loss vestige of regret of the lack of have on the farm. prices. Write me about them or call and see them to some of its land owners. I public enterprise in my old home It is a labor and time and get my prices. saver. Come and see felt as I have rarely ever felt county. It was evidence of en over this evidence of regener- terprise I did not think existed. ationpublic spirit working won- I rejoiced with you all and comj ders and the mantle of prosper- mended you for doing whac ity covering every industrious snouia nave Deen aone long ago I have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. Ridcitizen. Mr. J. P. Beard took and what other people have beens ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. me in charge after arriving in doing under less favored condi-- J Columbia. I am not certain, but tions. That was the greatest It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. the time to Gradyville was either trip of my life and I got more 18 or 20 minutes actual running. pleasure out of it than any trip T We met my old friend, V. M. ever made. I awoke. It wa( Wilmore, near Union Church. only a dream. I am sorry. Only', He stopped his big car, gave me a dream. Will it ever come a hearty hand shake and asked true? What are dreams? WhoJ me about the highways of my escapes their sometimes unpleas-antries- ? .. win. .k. .k. part of the Sunny South. I reDreams the wander plied that we had many miles of ing angels of midnight thought! the silent messengers who in- -' ure to me to have them with us others who were elated over the fine hard roads radiating in evand to present them within my many miles of fine road built ery direction from our county vade slumber's apartments the K'f circle here. I awoke. It was since my departure nearly one seat and that we were still build- echoes of things that were, that only a dream, and I wondered year ago. I was invited to re- ing more as fast as we could get may be or that may never enter Chesterfield why I should be deceived and de- turn and enjoy thpm, but I de- the stones shipped in. He touch- wakeful mind. Inexplanable, inREAL pal that's prived of such a visit, or why clined on the account of the high ed a button, pressed a little ped- definable, their mission beyond Chesterfield. that pleasant, happy moment cost of transportation and my al and landed in Columbia in comprehension, their mysteries Look at its record. should have ever entered my pleasant surroundings in the nine minutes. I hook hands sometimes find lodgment in our Three million smokers mind even in the mysterious vis land of Real Dixie. G. M. and I with several of my friends at minds and sometimes fade as less than five years on ion we call dream, for knowing made a trip to the Casey county Gradyville, and they all ha dthat the evening twilight, but they the market! Two words explain it them I am bound to know that line over one of the best con smile that is foreign to bad come and go and we know not They Satisfy!" thev have never had a desire to structed roads in the state, and roads, of discontent or uncer- from whence they are. Their1 leave their native heath and are from start to finish clipped it off tainty. A few minutes later we historical powess recite the inci hanDV and content with their at 35 miles per hour. As we were in Milltown, a town and dences of the past while the; visions bring the fu good homes and surroundings. passed over Dug Hill I could notj community that has always It is strange indeed, but dreams help thinking what such a road showed more desire for better ture to the present. By thei are shrouded in mystery and live was worth and what a wonderful things than they ever got, but seductive charms, by their swifi within the realm ofsleep. I change had come over the people now the people there are enjoy- ness of transport we are carrie have dreamed of many friends in that part of the county. It ing to the fullest degree of pride from the moments that be to th and acquaintances, who remain was a revelation too great to be their good road outlets to Kelt-ne- distant past and from the mis Gradyville, Greensburg and of present environments to th in the old home land from the fully realized in so short a time, day laborer up to Bank Presi but I looked, I wandered and Columbia. I rejoiced with them great beyond. Sometimes an through life I have had dreams. dents. I have lived over the patted my friend on the back. for a short time, when we hit noying, but in the main, ange West Point, Miss. for Columbia, arriving of mercy reviewing the pleasan Sometimes more than sometimes past from sticking Burley plants The building of this road was a the trail there in 23 minutes from the tries of the long ago and leadin and sometimes not so often as to publishing The News. I have cherished ambition of mine and March 9, 1920. time we left Milltown. It was tnrougn mystic aisies tnat mor sometimes, but you can't imag- appeared before the Fiscal Court I had spent many, many days Editor The News: of your county, on pressing invi- and hours in trying to get it an elegant piece of road. After tal man may never enter. Wi Some nights ago 'I enjoyed the ine the pleasure of my many tations, and been received with built and then on to a connection these trips I could not keep from dream- - we think; we live; w; great pleasure of being at my dreams that have placed me with enthusiastic support in my ef- with the Glasgow pike and other thinking what great things may are moving on, but "Life is mo boyhood home in old Virginia, so many of my old friends, who to stir up public spirit and points, but 1 left your county be- oe accompusnea wnen tne peo- than a dream." mixing and mingling with many still reside in the Old Kentucky forts C. S. Harris. to obtain public improvements. lieving that I would never see it ple really get in earnest. In of my schoolmates and being Home. A few nights ago I had thought of the initial efshort time ago I was! hack in realized. On our return to Co- fact, I with and being with my brother, the pleasure of introducing to a A years ago to get roads in It is particularly notices! number of my friends here two Adair, and to see such great im- lumbia, Squire H. A. Walker forts teose men and newspapc who lives in that vicinity. I your county. I thought of the that of my friends from Burton provements in every line of in- took me to Russell Springs in 27 upon whom party line3 set migj awoke. It was only a dream, a criticisms a few of us reRidge, M. 0. Stevenson and Sim- dustry and especially the roads minutes without a jar. It was severe ty loosely are for Hoover for disappointment, but a joy, a no one more than myme feel as I had never fel fast and easy going a great ceived and presidential nomination by tl pleasure that still lingers in my eon Murrell. Howl introduced made self, when every proposition was Democrats, satisfied mind, even though it came in them and what I said is not now before. I wai driven over the piece of road and I don't blame unpopular that went in the di- straight out Republican.thatc paidnight sleep. All along stated, but it was a great pleas- - county by G. M. Stevenson and the people from feeling like they rection of good roads; of the beat the boots off of him. . , '.. far? fJ lL , IXgSa SmmKSmR The Iron Horse illKMB SAMPSON TRUCKS a a it BUGGIES AND WAGONS. i i) i a a a WOODSON LEWIS m. GB,EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. .db. ffHe says Fm a good Skate" yfiSM' A i r, A ' iV u 4 ' .$ .'j r a" V A.- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3"J5 3 ., 8 S3 IS YOUR LIFE r 8 .i.,fwg nr "T-'- "" "- - u i,f itii i t '.. ! uiiiKumii nrwi wittbt.ti W INSURED? If Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. i K X Get Goodyear Tire Economy for That Smaller Car Just as owners of the vc - - -- ? highest-price- d auto- & ! We sell the best'for the least money. See G. T. 24--C. STUliTS, Agent, COLUMBIA; PHONE KY. :T .. 30808080 AUTOMOBILE LINE JOBGSiSOOe 8 8 GoiiiiiiiJiti and Gampbellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. fi 8 8 0 8 9 S TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. 8 8 8 8 1 8 Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. 8 8 PHONES. I Columbia, 123 fcpfeelkvaie. W. E. NOE. 8 8 8 mobiles gel greater mileage arid economy out of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear advantages. sizes of The 30x3-- , 30x3V2-- , and 31x4-inc- h Goodyear Tires are built to afford a money's worth in performance and satisfaction which only the utmost in experience, resources and care can produce. This extraordinary money's worth begins not only with the merit of these tires, but also with the first cost, which in most cases is no greater, and sometimes actually is less, than that of other makes of the same types of tires. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford, Chevrolet,Dort,Maxwell, or other cars taking these sizes. He is ready to supply you Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the same time . v ; I 5s sr tTj en Lj & -- UNDERTAKER. 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. Office Phone, 168. Cotumbia, Ky Fabric, Fabric, 30x3 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread er Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, 30x3V Anti-Ski- Goodyear Single-CurTread d e L1 t cc Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tabes i'.at reinforce casings properly. Why s. ;ood cluing .virh a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourlit Tubes cot little znjre than tubes of less merit. 30x3'2 sie in tsater- 50 ' proof bag J' rk it; iCMMMMfK "We ought to make a hit: Chesterfield AND why not? Never - were fine tobaccos mH so skillfully blended! Chesterfields bring you the best of Turkish and Domestic leaf, blended to bring out new delights of flavor. Lick Not at All. some other way than with the well-know- n tongue. Louisville LVER ACT Some folks don't iick postage Herald. stamps because they tasts like After the battles of peace are nB&S buE O If B ftw V B m mBLXZr M n Xor a u Hades and others because they leading general of maybe a hsve heard that there's germs on over, 'em. But most people in their the profiteers will tell how defeat Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved haste give them a lick and let it came about. t. After a Few Doses of Black-Draugh- go at that. Cynthia doses of Seventy years of successful use SaS Higglnbotham, of this town, says: "At 3 my age, which is 65, the liver does made Thedford's standard, household remedy. Ever not act so well as when young. A few member, of every family, at times years ago, my stomach, was all out of need the help that ea& fix. I was constipated, my liver give in cleansing the system and r& didn't act. My digestion was bad, and lieving the troubles that come from it took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation. Indigestion, lazy liverv petite was gone. I was very weak. . . etc. You cannot keep well unless your" stomach, liver and bowels are in good? I decided I would give a thorough trial as I knew it working order. Keep them that way was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly-gentland in a natural way. If yocr. trouble. I began takuig it. I felt My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. better after, a few doses. improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price-25c- . apackage Orje cent a dese-Abowels acted naturally and the least druggists. J. 69 trouble was soon righted with a few Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Black-Draught- ." Black-Draught The Best Insurance Against Influenza. Prominent Educator Believes That is a Sure Preventive Dr. R. M. Brame, discoverer of Brame's Vapomentha Salve, has a letter from C. C. Wright, Superintendent of the Wilkes County, If. C. Public Schools, in which he says: "We have used Brame's Vapomentha Salve for nearly all the ills for which it is prescribed and have always secured satisfactory results If used in time it has never failed to breatc up colds, usually the forerunner of Grippe, In-- . fluenza ahd Pneumonia. . . I speak from pergonal observation. I believe if this preparation is used in time it will prevent the development of pneumonia in every instance, if used according to directions." The Medical Times put tw investigators at work on th subject some months ago and their report is just out. They ob tained stamps from fifty different places, mostly business offices. Some were kept exposed un desks, some in boxes in desk drawers, and some were carefully locked in cash registers. No matter; the degree of Yapo-menth- a exposure didn't count. In every case the gum on the backs contained deadly disease germs. 1 QUICK-RELIE- F . I For Rheumatism. Sore Mnsdes. Neural?!. Back ache. Headache and all Dalns. Monev back it It ails to ease any ache or pala la any part ol the body a twenty minutes, nice toe m m-- r AT DRUGGISTS, or by mail postpaid IT MAKES PAIN SAIL BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexinzton. Ky. Black-Draug- ht Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store Black-Draug- ht Silve tril. Brame's Vapomentha penetrates the pores of the skin, relieving congestion, at the same time healing vapors arise and are breathed through the mouth and nose, loosening the phlegm and. causing the patient to breathe freely. Its absolute reliability is evidenced by dozens of Brame's testimonials. unsolicited will relieve pneu Vapomentha Salve grippe, pleurisy, monia, influenza, bronchitis, whooping cough, catarrh, asthma, tonsil Itis, hay fever and of the skin. Vapomentha is applied externally, and it will not stain the clothes, as other salve do. No home should ever be without it. Buy it from your dealer or direct from the Brame Drug Co. North Wilkesboro, N. C. A small bottle costs 30c; a much larger one, containing six times as much $1.20. Adv. The effort fa reduce the consumption of paper resulted in the saving last month .of 8,565 tons over November. This does not The investigators found the amount to much in a country uses as much paper as this, bacilli of typhoid, diphtheria' that but every little helps as an old skin diseases and blood diseases. woman is said to have said on Not a few, but many on the back one occasion. of every stamp. In twenty cases the colonies of germs were too numerous to count. course, as the Medical Times points out, if these germs were virulent to everybody, great epidemics would result, so wide spread is the practice of licking stamps. Nevertheless, it is probable that many people have been stricken in this way who were peysicially in a condition to be receptive to the disease bacilli. Few know whether they are in guch condition, hence it is just m well to moisten the stamps Of Black-Draug- ht - n I INCOME TAX IN NUTSHELL WHO 1 m s m Used 40 Years CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Sold Evtrywfctra r, The strong statements are fully justified by the remarkable recoveries that follow. Brame's Vapomentha Salve is applied freely over the chwt md throat ana inserted in each nog for the year 1919. Married couples who bad net Income of $2,000 or more. WHEN March 15, 1920, is final date for filing returns and making first payments. WHERE Collector' of internal Revenue for District In which the person resides. HOW Full directions on Form 1040A and Form 1040; also the law and regulations. WHAT Four per cent normal tax on taxable income up to $4,000 In excess of exemption. Eight per cent normal tax on balance of taxable income. Surtax, from one per cent to sixty-fiv- e per cent on met Incomes over t5,000. net Single persons who had Income of $1,000 or more Urge Adequate Rates. In a resolution adopted by the Association of Life Insurance Presidents the heads of the country's large insurance companies express their attJmdff toward the railroad situation as follows: "Rehabilitation of the railroads bb establishment by law of rates adequate' to provide for the present and futoxr demands of our growing commerce arr$ to stabilize the credit and securities o? the roads." s Protection for Public The executive council of the rcstics" al Association of Credit Men in a public statement on the credit situation the country says : "The council In its consideration mf r the transfer of the railways to control felt that It is of the highest lm-portance that the railways be protw-e- d from the dangers of receivers-anthe public assured against vnlmr terrupted service." prir; &;. ti MtMf -r T - - 4 L ilHE ADAIR '- -' V '2- - CUU.NTJL.NIUWS 1,1111 I 'li.i .5 Mr. E. C. Walton, editor of probability there will, be In midair Goaivty Nevis but all Democrats who will the Stanford Journal has been two .Published On Wednesdays. seek the nomination for Congress doubly grieved in the last three in tne juigntn uistrict juuge weeks. His two older brothers, $1 Colum6ia, Kentucky- Ralph Gilbert, ofJShelby County, Col. W. P. Walton, of LexingCol. Frank L. Ripy, of An ton, and Mr.cThos. R. Walton, Editor and J.B.MURRBLL, MRS. DAISY HAM LETT .1 HbA I 1 tl NECESSARY FOR SUCCESS. I WATUl-SALhave 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 t m 9 i ! Requires both of whom of Atlanta, Georgia, have paid lonspicuous Success Tireless Energy, "Bulldog" have announced in the Demo the debt due from all living. It papers of the district, was a heartrending trial for the Tenacity, Vigorousness. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest cratic theCltjof Columbia and th people of Adair They are now going over the ter- brother who is left, who was the fpT adjoining conn tie i. MEN IN DEMAND ritory, getting: acquainted with youngest of the three, the delittle later will parted brothers having been his the voters, and a as second Entered at the Colnmba' Ren fill some speaking appointments. counsellors, and whom he dearly Each Year ass man matter. stores Thousands to2 the They are both gentlemen of joyed. May God comfort him in Class. high character, and the cam- his sad and distressing hours, is WED. MAE. 24, 1920. paign will be pitched in an hon- the wish of his newspaper Modern business can't wait for the orable and gentlemanly manner. friends. nervous, Subscription Price 1st and!2nd Postal Zone They are personal friends, and man or woman. Every executive LSO per yer. More than 6,000 students from All Zones beyond 2ndJ$2.00 perfyear the one who is defeated will is on the constant lookout for enthuAdvance A Subscription due andlPayable twenty-tw- o colleges throughout cheerfully support the winner. individuals, siastic, vigorous, HGZ .'lawyers, doing a the United states nave Deen or- for he knows that with a strong body They are both report at Camp Knox and a keen mind, such employees can fine practice each in their re- dered to .ANNOUNCEMENTS They easily stand the strain of heavy respective judicial "districts. The for summer maneuvers. 17th of June sponsibilities, quickly master their FOR CONGRESS. Congressional district is Demo- - are to be there the until the 28th of work and develop into important cratic, and either one of the two and will remain students are memAVe are authorized to announce gentlemen named can defeat July. These After all, being "live," energetic, RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, bers of the senior units of the and genis just a matter of a candidate for the Democratic nomi- Mr. Swope seems to be the Officers' Training Corps. Camp whether or not a man or woman benation for Congress in this, the Eighth eral opinion, among Democrats. Knox has received orders to lieves a healthy physical condition Congressional District of Kentucky. Primary Election Saturday, State When thejwarjof the rebellion have everything in readiness for worth while, for unless you are afAngust 7, 1920. ailment, flicted with some broke out MattieMaupin was 7 their reception. the intelligent use of Gude's Pepto- We are authorized to announce I years old, andlshe lived in Mad- Mr, Bryan is laying his plana Mangan is ail that is usually necessary. FRANK L BIPY, offAnderson Coun- ison county. Her cousin, E. F. Gude's Fepto Mangan soon produces ty, a Democratic candidate for Con- Haley, lived inj Garrard county, to either be nominated for the Presidency at San Francisco or marked beniflcial results. The tired, gress, in the Eighth district, subject and he went "over to Mattie's feeling disappears. to the action ofjlthe State primary, to name the man who will be And in its stead a vigorous good-by- e and home, kissedHher Auguib7, 1920. When it comes to and happiness proves that left for the Confederate army. nominated. work, all participants the blood has been supplied with the years ago. convention That waslfifty-elgh- t DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. to Mr. Bryan. sorely needed richness to supply the When Mattie grew to woman have to hand it entire system with renewed strength. The Democrats of Adair Coun- hood, she married Joseph Bales, The News wants to see some n When you buy at ty are hereby notified to meet in a former sheriff of Madison coun- one other than the Nebraskan your druggist's, be sure the name in mass Con- ty. After hisldeath Mrs. Bales nominated, but if it fails to get "fitiila'e" la rm fr.Via nnrtlrnora Vftll the Court-Housvention, Saturday, May 1, 1920, went to Lexington to live. A its choice it will take the Con- can get it in either liquid or tablet form. If the name "Gude's is not on at 2 o'clock p. m. The object of few days ago therelwas a knock vention's choice. the package it; is not the meeting will be to name del at her door, and an old man enUnder the new school law the Advertisement egates to attend a State Conven tered, having; come from the superintendent is forced to levy Portland. tion, to be held in Louisville ConfederateHlHome. A little a 25 cent tax for salaries alone. Tuesday, May 4, to select dele talk, Erecollections of-- the past Following this he will haye to gates tc attend the National brought up, and in a" very short Mr. Kessler and wife visited levy a tax that will bring A sufConvention, to be held in San time the couple.will be married. Greensburg last week. ficient fund for extras due Francisco, June 28, to nominate Mr. Haley is 74 and his Intended The birthday ' dinner at the teachers and for other general a candidate for the Presidency. is 65.SLShe says shelis perfectly expenses, in the way of build- home of Mrs. J. A. Parson, last T. E. Jeffries, C. A. C. C. willing to take care of her old ing, painting, and repairing, etc, Tuesday, given in honor of Mrs. Cousin. which will require an additional Parson by her children, was a ConvenThe Democratic State day to be long remembered. Senator Newberry, S Republi 25 cents which reaches the limit. attion, to selectil delegates to Those present were: Mrs. Jencan Senator fromMichigan, has underThere seems to be Tan tend the National Convention, nie Squires, Mr. Lucien Squires, been convicted J of having Johnstanding that Hon. Ben will be held in Louisville on Mr. J. E. Dohoney, Mr.and in 1918 to vioTuesday, May 4. The county son will be renominated for Mrs. Norman Wilcoxsin. late the election laws. He goes Congress in the Fourth district conventions to select delegates Mr. Fred Davis, of Columbia, penitentiary for two years to the State convention will be to the He is a winner if he starts. was at this place one night last and is fined $10,000. Quite a held in the county seats, Saturnumber of others who engaged The German outlaws are fight- week. day, May 1st. Mr. Prank Caldwell was in in the same business, were also ing among themselves, but they convicted. A blind man can see are not killing one another fast Columbia one day last week. Now that the Legislature has Mr. Toll Dohoney and family, enough. how he reached the Senate. .adjourned, will some man please of Milltown, were at the home tell us the number of offices that Every Democrat, every LaKe City, lowe. of J. A. Parson one night last were abolished? The duties of and every Republican week. the fire Marshal were turned should readHomer S. Cummings Editor News: Mr. Dick Rozers. of, Kemp, is Will drop a few lines to the over to another officer, and there speech, delivered in Louisville reported better at this writing. will be no let up on "Fire Put- last Thursday and published in News, as it is the home paper. " We sure enjoy the paper from Dr. L. C. Nell passed through ters Out." the daily papers. the home county. It is begin- this place last Saturday. yc i ftp ning to warm up here and the Glad to hear from our friend, snow is not to be seen any more. Mr. C. S. HarriB through the It ttont be long until we will be News. Glad to hear our old in the fields again, and the first friends making good. thing is sowing oats. Grain is Tom Dudley is now a resident THAT GIFT TO YOUR CHURCH ! very good'here. Corn of our town. We welcome him. notvselling of Presbyterians and others is $1.35 and oats 75 cents a bu. Hundreds when they made out their income tax too Hard men are scarce here. When a community is short of return "were surprised. The amount they had per food because of severe weather Wages are from $75 to $80 given to church and benevolences during the past year was smaller than they had expected. month for a single man, and in and lack,of transportation, there Some of them had determined that they ought some few places married men is but one thought to get it to approach as nearly as possible to giving work, and are making to the Lord's get some more than a single quickly. Urbana, Ohio, recently extra gifts now. man and some extras furnished. suffered a scarcity of meat and The "books of the jnission boarda of the Presbyterian pledged through Church close Match 31. All money A girl can get from $9 to $12 a when motor trucks equipped your Presbyterian Church to the general work of the The weather has been cold until with solid tires and chains were denomination ought to be paid at once. should be able to send before Your church treasurer March and Bince then the wind sent to the Westville station to the last week of March all the cash promised from your church. has been blowing every day. unload many carloads of hogs Take an extra offering to churchSunday and invite very much flu here they were stalled by heavy snow There isn't your neighbor to go along ifhedoesn'tworship anywhere. generous pledge for next year Be ready to make a but some few have smallpox. and icy roads. No progress could when the time comes. There are quite a few Kentucky be made. At this juncture, E. T. doe consecrated dollan I Gfce proportionately I men farming here. It takes Taylor, a proprietor of the Mad Any Presbyterian pastor will furnish details. 1 about six thousand dollars to River Stock Earm, was called in New Era Movement start to farm, three and twenty with his pneumatically equipped PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH acres at the best, and three men truck. Even without chains, his ia the U. S. A. New Yoik Grjr 156 Fifth Ave.. to run it. If this letter is not aoodyear. tread eave thrown in the waste basket, I ample traction so that he unwill write aain. loaded the bogs for Urbnian eoIumbiaKy. REV B T; WATSON, SUJy 'Blair. consumption without any trouble County, Mgr. derson t 5 RED-BLOOD- ED Post-offi- ce Pepto-Mango- tear up watches. I have the thing for them. Father knows from, own experience the real value of an INGERSOLL. "JEWELER" Red-bloode- d L. E. YOTJiSTGr, Columbia, easily-exhauste- d, weak-bodie- d m red-bloo- d Farm Implement Sale AT CANE VALLEY. -- -- mw' - Kentucky. posi-'tion- s. I "5 Jtfm full-blood- ed 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 Corn 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. Closing Out Some Oliver Chill Plows at a Bargain. Am Come Got to have the room for at once before they are all sold. Fertilizer. FERTILIZER Telephone your order at once for Feitilezes if you want to haul it from railroad crossing, Camybellsville and get it at cost. Will be shipped immediately after this sale. deep-seate- d worn-ou- t, run-do- wn whole-somene- ss L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, Care Valley, Ftritck Pepto-Manga- e, "COfcORSOT" xedyo RAINBOW" A ecSordesired. Wo carf icstarrfcr ClothlnjT Pepto-Manga- that has become SWISS- - soiled from wear DYEING SAVES BUYING n. taOfoaeo mast be sent to a cleaner. MEN'S GARMENTS 'REPAIRED FREE! SenffTia PaxcsfPost Swiss Cleaning Bu.No Equal SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS. Inc. PlantrSOS 6th St. General Office 4Ui LOUISVTTJ.r. KY. 617 At. Every Step With Poultry s-m- A v tor, then the baby chick, then the growing bird, the broiler, the pullet, the layer and then eggs when eggs jtgStv5 fi are worth a dollar a dozen . . k, ssg That's the way the story of poultry success runs in a series of articles just starting in First the egg in the incuba- Inde-dende- nt GEMT.LEMAN They are articles written so the beginner will understand every detail, yet they give a hundred suggestions that will also interest the man or woman who already has a farm or home flock. - -. j 3 dozen fine, big eggs from your own flock some day next fall may bring you the price of a whole year's subscription for Just think: A single The Country tleman Gen52 big weekly money-making, issues full of money-savin- g id;a"j; friendly, entertain- ing fiction stories; help ful notions for the garden, the bee yard, the orchard. You canrt buy more for $1 .00 or invest it better for a big return. Let me send in your name and your dollar today, so you can read all these new poultry articles, and all the rest of the splendid coming outdoor suggestions. ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR one-tent- h JOHN By HJGG1NBOTTOM, Creelsboro, Ky. " An authorized subscription representative of Tits Country Gentleman The Ladies' Hose Journal The Saturday ETtninj Pott 12 uine- i- J1.7S 52 unts-S2.- 00 52 itrac-S1- .00 JK -- - d all-weath- er converting many scoffers to the Gen. Noskev has formed an advantages of pneumatics. It army at Dresden to march on Berlin to overturn the new Kapp is said that the easiest way to a government. person's affections is through his A report was sent out from stomach if that is so, then Paris last night that the German pneumatics are forever enshrin- revolt had .ended by an ifrte-Ebctwtea Ebert sad Kapp. ed in the httrts of Urbtnians. Mt vi - .c ADJROqNTY NfiffS - ' . v r O D OX IOE i 0E301 VI T5f f NEW SPR1NU GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS ;3S vtUm o from one mare $1,250 in casb, and his mare was still living and doing well. It may be that the proceeds from this mare may be several hundred dollars more before she w reaches htr journey's jend. Such stock as this is'worth keeping. the proceeds o VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. 1 Shorthom Cattle . Thoroughbred and Grades. Chester White HogS . Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep Thoroughbred and Grades. Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. .... -- S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manager, . AT t 'i ' D o -- RUSSELL & CO. oor o Cane Valley, Kentucky. Edward Hill, who has been salesman for Wilmore & Moss for the past three months, Knoxville has outgrown its, resigned, on account of looking ' The Cumberland and Home neighboring citjr of Chattanooga aftersome matters for his fath- Telephone Companies having er. Mr. E. R. Baker has ac- consolidated in New Albany the population of the former according to the recent census is cepted the position and is now there will also be the same 77,517 while tne latter cnly has on duty. merger in Louisville. . Mr. v I57,-818- o OK 3S word I son, Kev. OX Gri-d6- r, o d o "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, comfort and improvements to their homes and farms by installing modern, Lighting, ooking, Ironing and Heating Systems. Those who have plants already installed in their homes and well Up-to-date PERSONALS BeckhamJ Murrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H.JLMurrell, left for Illinois last Wednesday where he will be engaged for several months. Mr. J. W.f Simpson, of Breeding, made a business tripto Columbia last Wednesday. Mr. that their E. B. was quite sick. is hoped is not dangerously ill. he It that it. P. Browning, of Ledanon, made a social visit to Columbia last week. Mr. Omer .Goode, Campbellsville, made his regular trip to Columbia last week. Mr. E. M.JCarter, Akron, Ohio, was registeredjat the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. Mr. Samuel H. JNewbold, of Louis- Hon. T. E. Stults returned from Frankfort last Thursday. Mrs. Stults came in a few days in advance of him. Mr. E. F. Spilzer, of Memphis, was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. , Mrs. H. B. Ingram was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. Horace Jeffries, who has been at Bowling Green for the past live weejjS returned home last Sunday night. He left the Misses Todd in a very critical condition. There has been but little change for the better in the last two weeks. They are receiving the best of attention. Their brother, Mr. W. E. Todd, is expected home, from Campbellsville, in the next few days. As usual they supplied the demands of our merchants. Mrs. W. L. Grady, who had a severe spell of the flu several weeks ago, has not entirely recovered from it. While she is not confined to her room, she has not regained her strength that she had before the attack. pleased, are, viz: 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 Mrs. ville, who ownes a large boundary of land in the Breeding section, arrived last Tuesday night, to look after his interest in this county. Mr. RobertJIngram, cashier, of the First National Bank, Russell Springs, was herel Tuesday! night, en route home, from Louisville. Mr. N. ClDavis and wife, Campbellsville, were here a few days ago. Owing to so much rain and bad wather during the month of February and March there are only a few plant beds burned and sown down this way com pared with what we had last season. Quite a number will be burned in the next few days, if the weather will admit' and the Mr. J. H. Waggener, Spirngfield, prospect for a wheat and oat IilYvisited relatives and friends here crop is just about as gloomy as the first of the week. it is for a tobacco crop another Miss Julia Eubank is sitting up season. I Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. ODdhoney Mrs. W. G. McKinley Mrs. W. B. Rowe Mrs. V. H. Flowers Mrs. Jno. N. Conover . 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. F&: .. w "A TEN YEAR TEST" x . Horse Cave, 4y., Jnly 1,1919. and will be at her place of business While in conversation with J. in a few days. Hon. L. T. Neat and wife have A, Keen, one of our best citizens returned from a visit to relatives at and farmers, he stated that he Neatsburg. had just sold L. B. Cain a yearMrs. J. A. Young was quite sick ling mule colt for 150. Mr. Mr. W. Lllngram was in Louisville, several days of last week. Keen stated that this sale made last week purchasing spring goods Mr. W. E. Todd reached home made him in dollars and cents Mr. S. E. Shivelymade a business fromj Campbellsville, Monday. He trip tc Campbellsville and some other was accompanied by his brother-in- law, Mr.- Clyde Crenshaw. points in Kentucky last week. COUNTS HEALTH Mrs. Geo. H. Nell will leave this Miss JuliaJEubanbiwas a flu victim AS PRICELESS week, to spend a month or six weeks last week. She has about recovered. with a sister, who is in Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Eeed and Miss poor health. AFTER RELIEF Frances Eeed motored to Louiisvlle who is in - J. B. Colt Company Factory at Chicago, 111. Gents: I Installed one of yoimautomtic feed Colt Lighting outfitsQ 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: M. D. BOONE, Representative, 1112 last Friday and were in the city al days. sever- Gradyvllle, COLUMBIA, KY. REPUBLIC BUILDING, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. Geo W. Games, Louisville, was here a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Breeding and I'm Feeling as Good Today as We had plenty of rain and Ever Did," Says Mrs. hail Friday. Spalding Gratefully. , their daughter, specialist. Miss Corinne, have been in Lebanon several weeks. Mrs. Breeding is under the treatment of a We bad no mail from Columbia or Edmonton Friday, on ac- Loufcville, Ky made a business trip to Columbia the count of high water. the last bottle Our road from this place to world 81,000 wouldn't buy it." is the Mr. LindseyW. Cleaver, Lebanon, remarkable statement made by Mr, Columbia is impsBsable at sever of Mch. 23. If I had of Trutona in the T. F. C0RBIN -- W are Showing good assortment LOST. Gray side curtian to 'car Men's, Yonng Men's and Boy's Spring Finder will Please call News Office. suits, moderately priced. All the newest models. For Sale. N - Russell Co. latter part Mr. B. last week. ' F. Biggs, of Bowling Green, seenupon our streets a few days was since. Mrs. DalIasGoff was ' quite sick last week. Shejwas not afflicted with the flu. Miss Williard Neat, Peter Spalding of 3004 Web Walnut al places. Street, not long ago. Mr. Spalding is W. L. Fletcher, G. E. Nell, one of the many people who believe and Luther Willis appraised the there are lots of things in this world property of the late Thos. M. that money can't buy and that good health is one of them. Moss, last week. "For some time I had been suffer- Ulysses Rodgers made a trip ing from chills and kidney trouble," CANE VALLEY, KY., r SEWING. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Travis Keen, Jamestown pike, oppo- Eggs, Pope and Pope strain. 1 site Noah Loy's residence for $2.00. W. D. Murrahy 21 2t Eikhorn, Ky M Pure Bred Plymouth Rock; Auctioneer and Dealer In Real Estate. Your Business the very compe- tent daughter of County Clerk S C. Neat, hasjbeen confined to her home for several .weeks. Her many friends will be gladfwhen they see her out. Mr. andJMrs. Sam Burdett visited friends in Cambellsville last week. Mr. L. W.jBennett made a business trip to Louisville last week. , Cambells ville, is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grider,. Mont-pelie- r, lcftJColumbia Friday morning for Bowling JGreen, having received Mr. Geo.' W. Whitlock, peafowls! WANTED $1.50 to $5.00 Each. W. T. HODGEN, Cmpbellvttte, Ky. to Greensburg, this wees, hauling back flour for Dudley & Son. We understand they purchased from Moss Milling Co., of Greensburg, ten or twelve thou sands pounds of flour for this ' market. We are glad to note that Mr. Jo Huncer, who got a limb oroKen some time ago, is im proving, and will be able to sit up in a few days. ' Uncle Charlie Yates, one of our oldest citizens,who has been confined to his room for several days, is improving and it hoped he will be out again in a few days. Messrs. Robert Wilson and n two James Buchanan, commercial men of Campbellsville, were calling on their trade in our town, ' LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Are twin conservators of Mr. Spalding's story runs. "My kidneys simply would not act regularly '. t well-know- last-Thursda- y and I suffered considerably from back- ache. I think., that I had a slight rheumatic trouble too, because my knees would get stiff and hurt me in damp weather. "The other night I came home with the hardest chill I ever had in my life, and the worst one that I ever saw anybody suffer. I thought sure I was a 'gonner.' Well, my wife had been taking Trutona and as first aid she gavesmo a dose of it, then put me .to bed and covered me up. You may not believe it but in two hours I was up and walking around. Since then I have been taking Trutona regularly and my kidneys are acting properly now. I'm feeling ay good today as I ever did." Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Columbia at the Adv. Paull Drug Company. HOME Alva Grider I B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICE: Room 19, Patterson Building MAN-POWE- the Life Insurance protects from LOSS of the R That earns the daily bread.- - Fire Insurance protects fronr LOSS of POSSESSIONS v , That shelter and comfort. GL X Columrjia; MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. R REED, "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. ---- Kentucky. "m --- r a " iClB- -' - 2 v ,;- - - vfv r -- - ;, ft. - - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Year 1920 Will Be One Fraught With Momentous Making of History. In the libraries of the future, the historical volumes, marked critical period of the world's history. The whole world is now in a frenzy of discontent. In the old world new parties with new policies, each striving for controle, are walking hand in hand wit'h 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. 1920, will deal with a I 0"9"Q"Q"6"8"8"6"fr9 O ' A a aa a a a a a a a a a Q A '-- CLOTHING "!"" SHOES S A f A S Q A It is a critical period through which this world is passing, and one that demands the wholesouled interest of every thinking man and woman in this world. A A 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. 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 Alhin Mi lira v XVT Columbia, .. t A Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. 1 -- J The Louisville Herald gives you the news from the Associated Press, that wonderful news gatheripg 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 pwn list of special correspondents and its editorial staff. 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What would happen, to me if I were your kul? ' Well, if you're not acquainted with Calumet Eakins you d6n't know what a coo4 e I have. I Can't Help Helping Myself they're so ex-c- Pis?a.ie- - ThenS II Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO. Incorporated 116 Caal Matkel Street' Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. good! Good for me too, because Calumet Ba!::ng3 are wholesome and easily digested. !$Mk$k$$ &&&&x&x W. T. PRICE SURETY BONDS FIRE INSUBAflCE, LIFE il yr '. Millions of mothers use TOTAL $6.50. ALUEH1ET BMSHG POWDER because it always gives best results and is econoj.i.calincostand use." Calumet contain only tach ingredient as have been officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. You snvB when you buy It. You save when you uso It. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR - - - because of its purity $6.00. m I 4, . ' k ? '.Nothing wrong with out balance! 9 HENRY W. DEPP, DEaTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. h4A I INSURANCE. 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Work guaranteed, "t' pa;r county ty I ' ' r jVv Z ss you could buy a friend f or $5.00 a year As sure as you are a foot high - ject in order to clean our bands and clear our skirts at the judgment, where we will stand before the blazing bar of justice and render an impartial account to God for our stewardship here. Every preacher, regardless of his church affiliation; every decent father and mother, every Christian man and woman, ought to privately and publicly protest against this awful menace to society until every young and old woman ,who has enough intelligence left to flush her cheeks with a blush of modesty is awakened to their shame and exceeding sin and folly and cry to the Lord.vWho will have mercy, and to our God, Who will abundantly pardon. 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C AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIRand ADJOINING COUNTIES a friend who is not obtrusive, but who stands ready, any moment during the day to answer your questions about racing, boxing or any other sport and the next minute "tip you off," if you want him to, on the way stocks are selling on the metropolitan markets. prefer this Camel blendto either mellow-mildne- ss goodness possible and make you kindo ftobacco smokedstraight! is a Camels revelation! Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste ! They leave no unpleasant ciga-retty If you only COULD buy a friend like that, and for $5.00 a year. J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. 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 com plete, its features for the home and for every member of the family are entertaining and instructive, and it costs only 85.00 for an entire year. Courier-Journal The daily aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor ! Give Camels every test then compare them any cigarette in the world ! puff-for-puff with M L. H. BLEND aW Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Special attention given Diseases of a P.ut Best of All We Are Now Able To Offer TRAFFIC INCREASE TREBLED SINCE What Think Ye. . 1898 (By Rev. C. L. Wireman, Evan- . gelist.) Much as I might have said in Greater Efficiency Enabled Raithe past on the subject which I lroads to Meet Country's am about to write, I can not reGrowing Demands. frain from saying more about The American railroads are more this greatest of all menaces to of the railways of the social purity, namely, the awful than world. The traffic hauled on the railways of the United States is now three wave of immorality that is entimes as great as it was twenty years gulfing our country in the white ago. In four months now the railroads for our carry as much freight and as many slave entanglements passengers as they did then In a 'year. boys, due in no small degree to In the three months alone of the har- the degraded and disgraceful vest movement in 1919 the traffic equalmode of dress so prevalent ed that of the whole year of 1898. In 1898 freight ton miles carried by among our women she whom the railroads of the country were more than 100,000,000,000 a year. In 1910 men dare the arctics and to they were more than 250,000,000,000, whom America makes obeisance, in 1913 more than 300,000,000,000 and as the "Queen of Creation" has In 191S more than 400,000,000,000. Although the railway mileage Increased already lowered the standard of only about 65 per cent since 1890, im- morals and continues to drag provements in tracks, terminals, equip- ment, etc., have been so marked that her bright symbol of truth and the volume of goods carried (measured J Deauty into the cesspools of im- in the number of freight tons carried one mile) increased more than five purity and shame! times from 1890 to 1917. Her "shimmering lustre and Increased Efficiency. sadly Taking account of both freight and snowy whiteness," how passenger service, the railroads in 1900 stained and how woefully behauled 180,000 traffic units (freight smirched! She to whom all tons Carried one mile, plus passengers carried one mile) for each railway em- - earth has looked for- a standard ployee. By 1917, the last year of pri- to redeem and upbuild a lost one-thir- women to pattern after. What Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, od does this mean? It means that Jamestown road. such American women are simply PARISites, poor, little para- Phone 114 G. Domestic Animals THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L And The sites. When the "hobble Columbia, Ky. skirt" first it was a Obituary. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH 1 YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00 made its appearance puzzle, but it wasn't long until we could see through it and now This offer'appiies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, we can almost understand it. When I first began to preach I asked the women "to dress up," but today I plead with them to "dress up and down," and the "peek-a-boo- " waists they used to wear have all been left off, except the "boo." Wherever our young men and boys go, whether on streets or 1890. in business places, in our homes To this union was born one or to church, they find this dardaughter, Annie, now Mrs. ing immodesty. Lawrence Wilkinson. When a girl or woman professMary Lucy was the oldest of es the religion of Jesus Christ five children. Her two sisters and at the same time wears a preceeded her sleeveless, collarless or bottom- Nannie and Jennie great beyond. She leaves less dress, she is either ' a hypo- to the Helm, crite, that ought to be turned two brothers, Dr. W. B. S out of the church, or a poor ig- of Greensburg, Ky., and J. noramus, who is more to be pit- Helm, of Glenville, with whom she made her home. She had ied than censured. to vate operation of the railroads prior been unwell for several years but A good remedy for our moththe entry of the United States Into the world! with beautiful courage Bhe kept war, that 186,000 had been increased Oh, how is she realizing and ers to apply is to play "home to 296,000. her self the same cheerful, lovThe following table shows the in- fulfilling our expectations and sweet home" on the "southing friend, sister and mother she crease in efficiency of American railwestern extremity" until they our hopes! roads since 1900, which enabled the had always' been and when her railroads to keep pace with the growth There is nothing in this coun- wish they had on more clothes! deaughters' family took the flu of the country: This modern fad of immodesty try today that gives more con190 Ton miles increased she went to help care for them. Passenger miles Increased. . 170 vincing proof of the depravity is working wonders in sowing Very soon she was stricken with 56 Tratkage Increased Cars and engine increased.. 75 of the human heart, or tnat is seed from which will be reaped the same disease and lived only Workers increased ......... 85 doing more to arouse the Mowest a harvest of human woe! and is a few days. Output per worker increased 60 Average train load Increased 130 lasts and impulses in man than digging the foundation from beAfter a short service at the figures show that the traffic These startling, horrifying, im- neath both church and State hauled by the railroads of the country the home of her daughter, the .relias Increased more than three times modest manner in which these and is fast turning the world inmains were laid away in the sis fast as the trackage, more than would-b- e socie- to human animals twice as fast as the equipment and "butterflies" of family cemetery to await the more than twice as fast as the number ty array themselves. living in grossest sin! of workers. This has been made posResurrection morn. Besides her investment of new sible by They have never known for There is little hope of daughter and brothers she leaves capital to Increase the efficiency of the them; thev are joined to most part how to wash dishtransportation facilities and thereby the a host of relatives and friends enable the railroads to Increase the es or sweep "they toil not, their idols and will get mad if who mourn her loss. Among amount of traffic handled and reduce amount of labor required to handle neither do the 7 spin," yet I am the preacher touches their little them am who was privileged to the I it persuaded that Mother- Eve, god, and claim to be innocent, know her in life. with her "palm leaf," was bet but absolutely refuse to put on Rev. T. W. Wells, At the experiment station of ter arrayed than they. clothes. Scottsburg, Ind. Kentucky University, four hens some of the lead They are traveling a broad It is said that Profiteers must at least suffer 'laid 870 eggs in a year. The ing merchants of the EaBt have road at a rapid rate, which will they embarrassment of knowing actual cost of theic keep was $12 been known to pay women in end in hell. But we as preachers, must cry 3he have gotten themselvss very with eggs at 75 cents a dozen Paris $25,000 a year to exploit rht fashions for our American abuJ ahd. spare. not on this sub- - much talked about. 'this is a prUy g.oi profi:. d God-forgetting far-sight- ed Mary Lucy Wheat, daughter of Sidney and Dicy Helm, (deceased) was born in Adair county Ky., Feb., 10, 1853, departed this life March 4, 1920, aged 67 years, 24 days. She was a member of the Methodist church and lived a faithful consistent christian life. In the year 1877 she was united in marriage to Dr.W D. Wheat, who died Feb. 17, 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 aubstitue The Louisville Times for The Courier-JournaSend or bring your orders to the office of the l. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, Columbia, Ky. Res. Phone 13-- B. Business Phone Ships 13-- To Remain American. Or. J. N. Murrell -- DENTIST. Office,Front. Rooms3JeffriesjBTd. UP. STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY A. F. SCOTT -- The German merchants ships captured by the U. S. during the war will be sold to Americans, only, is the advice received from Judge John Barton Payne, Chairman of the United States Shipping Board. Why the ships s of their were sold for present day value was explained by Judge Payne, who said that it would require an expenditure '(of $57,000,000 to make only 20 of them over into passenger ships, and that the Shipping Board could not profitably operate passenger ships. two-third- J si H ; 55- MONET BACK DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS h 2, 31, AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, Mile SEE without question If Hunt' Sal fails in the treatment of Kciema. Tetter ,Ringwonn,Itch.etc Dost treatments failed. Hnnt'aSalr has relieved hundreds of cadi cases. You can't lose on osm Money Back Caarantmm. TfT It at our risk TODAY. Pric7iv For tale locally by become discouraged because otfes A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. Sold by Paull Drug Company. - There was talk of Cincinnati selling the Southern railroad, having geen offered about sixty millions for it. The rentals amount to $r,800,000 yearly, but that is poor return for an invest ment that can be sold for such a large sum. The Cincinnati Southern has the unique distinction of being the only municipally owned road in the Urn d States. -- The distribution of the offices is beginning to give the g. o. p much trouDle at Frankfort. As Gov. Bradley was wont to say he had a great many more pegs than holes and that among the-faithf- wa3 th& hardest and most thankless job he ever Spats attached to rubber solas may appeal to those who do not hanker for the' liigh prices of shoes. I '' . - .. V ,- - ' t' tWjBWl' $w u '..' y A ADAIR COUNTY ! 1 NEWS. 9 Commissioners sale. - ' 'it ..?f- DAIR CIRCUIT COTJRTJ OF KENTUCKY. & others PIS ) Jo Green. Burton from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judg ment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. ' til paid, and having the lore and et- - J ciled to God's will and was ready feot of a Judgment. Bidders will be to go at any time God' called him. prepared to comply promptly with , Mr. Tiller's oldest brother, Ezthese terms. JW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. s -- zJ' K - WU Hector Burton others Deft) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. , By virture of a 'Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 920, in the above cause. I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky., to the holiest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 5th day of April, 1920, At One o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County Court), upon r credit of gir months, the following described ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. vs ) Alzora Stanley, Vanhoy Deft - By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1920, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Columbia, Kentucky to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 5th day of April, 1920, at One o'clock, p. m. or there about (being uounty Court), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, A certain tract or parcel of land containing 41$ acres lying in Adair County, Kentucky on the waters of Bear House Branch of Caney Fork of Russell's Creek, fully described in the pleadings and Judgment in the above styled action, and being the same land deeded by Hiram M. Coffer and others to Lydia A. Cofer by Deed bearing date 22nd day of November 1878 and of record in Deed Book No. 1, page 28, of the Adair County Court Clerk's Office, to which reference is made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from tha day of sale until paid, ' and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Cofiey, Master Commissioner to-w- it; E. W. Gofer & others Pltff. 1 property to-wi- t: A certain tract lot s -- . erman, of Bethany, Neb., Waller At bis home in Douglas, Neb., posed to be houses and just as young to learn and understand P. Lair, a cousin, of Horton, in the early morning of March ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT wierd creatures who are presum- the essentials of a goqd. citizen. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Kan., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. OF KENTUCKY. 10, 1920, John Burket Tiller passably meant to inhabit the wierd Lebanon Enterprise. Ethel Weatherford etc Pltff of Bennet, Neb., W. houses. Then your eye is greeted ed from the suffering of earth to vs ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Josephine Brockman etc Deft the rest beyond. France has doubled its army J. McGinley and J. A. Harlan, by the- startling announcement OF KENTUCKY. By v)rture of a Judgment and Order He was born Sept. 16, 1852, in of Lincoln, Neb. Mary. on the Rhine. that "Johnnie kissed W.J. Bottoms etcPltff ) of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renvs county, Ky., and at the Russell 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 time of his passing had reached der'of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ceed to offer for sale at the Court the age of 67 years, 5 months rendered at the March Term, thereof, house door in Columbia, Ky., to the and 23 days. 1920, Jn the abo- - cause, I shall pro- highest bidder, at Public Auction, on His childhood and early manceed to offer for sale at the Court- Monday, the 5th day of April, 1920, at hood were spent in the old famihouse door in Columbia, Ky , to the One o'clock p. m , or thereabout (bely home in Kentucky, where he highest bidder, at Public Auction, on ing County Court), upon a credit of Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, at six months, the following described and.liia brothers and his sisters one o'clock p. m , or thereabout, (be- property, to wit: A certain tract of had the training of a faithful ing County Court), upon a credit of land lying fn Adair County Ky., near christian mother, his father. EdOffice, containing ward Tiller, having passed away six months the following described Absher Post acres and bounded on the wnen tne cnuaren were young property A certain tract of 82 land lying in Adair County Ky., on North by the lands of Nick Thomas, in years. the waters of Green River and con- Ben Thomas, Demp Rice on the East On Aug. 25, 1S78, he was martaining 114J acres more or less, said by the County Rcjad, on the South by tract adjoins the lands of,H H. Bot- A. B. Corbin and on the West by the ried to Miss Amy Hadley, who tom, P. K. Jones, Pink Dunbar's lands of Sallie T. Butler, fully' de- was reared in a home near his heirs and Harvey Sanders, and is fully scribed by meets and bounds in the own, and to both Mr. and Mrs. described by meets and bounds in pleadings and judgment in the above Tiller the memories of their old pleading and judgment herein to styled action to which reference is Kentucky home and friends have which reference is made. For the made. For the purchase price, the always been precious. purchase price, the purchaser, with purchaser, with approved surety or Mr. and Mrs. Tiller were the approved surety or securities, must securities, must execute Bond, bear execute Bond, bearing legal interest ing legal interest from the day of sale parents of three children, Hattie, Irom the day or sale until paid, and until paid, and having the force and at home, Mrs. Emily Smith, Having the force and effect of a J effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be Manchester, Kan., and Ellen, Bidders will be prepared to prepared to comply promptly with who died in infancy. Comply promptly with these terms. these terms. The family moved from KenW; A. Cofiey, Master Commissioner W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. tucky to Missouri, in 1886, re maining there two years. The COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. next moye was to Hamburg, la., we now have moved our stock We wish to announce where they lived four years. In ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT and Musical InOrgans, OF KENTUCKY. ... , OF KENTUCKY. March, 1893, they moved to Doug N,ancy J. Simpson etc Pltff ) . las, Neb., which has been their J. M. Janes & Wife Pltff ) ' Merchants Block to room in vs vs home for twenty-seve- n years. J; A. Stay ton etc Deft ) T, C-- Janes & others Deft ) Hatcher-Mitche- ll Company. i'By virture of a Judgment and OrBy virture of a Judgment and Order Mr. Tiller had been a farmer der of Adair Circuit Court, of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, 'ren all his life and one of his greatrendered at thu March Term, thereof, dered at the .March Term, thereof, est pleasures was to be out work J920,:in the above cause, I shall pro- lyssu, in tne aoove cause, I sna'i proour new placjp it; is our desire to carry every musical ceed to offer for 'ale at the Court ceed to offer for sale at the Court- ing among Taia crops. house door in Columbia, Kentucky, to house door in Columbia, Ky., to the No one ever endured suffering Piano and French Harp the highest bidder, at Public Auction, highest bidder, at Public Auction, on more patiently or made a braver 66 Monday the .5th day of April, 1920, Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, at Music and Also fight for life than he did during at une o'clock p. m., or thereabout One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (be- his long illness, but all 7t hat could (toeing- County Court), upon a credit ing County Court), upon a credit of six the EDISON, COLUMBIA, TROYAL Date, and Records be done was of no avail except following described months, the following described Machines For which we .have makes and. property, A certain tract of A certain tract or parcel of to give' temporary relief. Geo. land lying in Adair County, rendered land owned by Lawson M. Janes at his Smith, his tfye agency. ,. the waters of Casey and death, lyidgin Adair County, Ky., on faithful service at his bedside Hill Creeks and containing 72.4 acres the dividing waters of Leatherwood for the last eight weeks, and did QStpsarw inore, or less, and adjoining the lands and Harrods Fork of Crocus Creek, everything he could to relieve T& oX'Milburn Wolford, and W. C. and containing 158.234 acres fully described T3 suffering. A brother, E. G. & vCassie Ford and Is fully described by by meets and bounds in the judgment his awets ana oounas dj survey on file in the above styled action and in a sur Tiller, of Cal., visited him durPIANO DEALERS, 2ierein and judgment and pleadings, to vey on file In same, to which reference ing his illness, as did all the KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, which reference Is made. For the is made. For the purchase price, the brothers and sisters. jmrcha price, the purchaser, with purchaser with approved surety or se- , To family and friends Mr. TilapprowMurety or securities, amst curities, must execute Bond, bearing' "tfcne Bond, bearing ltgal iuterwt Jegal interest from the day of sale uu- - ler often said that he was recon Hig-ginbottom, County, Ky and Is described as follows: Lot No. 2 of 22 acres, 1 rod and 24 poles as describ od fu a division of the Lands of Louisa Burton deceased, between her children. Beginning on the Stanford road where Isaiah Burton's line cross- es .aid road, a small white oak marked as a pointer corner to Montgomery, thence with said Montgomery's line and said road S 50 W 50 poles to a stone in said road corner to Lot No. 1, thence with a line of .said Lot S 15 E 76 poles to a stone, thence. N 65 E 43 poles to a branch and ash and two beech trees marked as pointers, thence np said branch N 13 W 9 poles NJ24 E 25 pules to mouth of smalL branch, theuce up said small branch N 19 W 20 poles to a White Oak stump, C Burton's corner, thence W 21 poles to a black gum, thence N 32 poles to the beginning. Tor the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securites, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. lit i lying in Adair ra, died in 1864, at the age of fourteen, and the second brother, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Eberlee, who waa a Baptist min ister, passed to; the rreat Be ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT yond, on Christmas Day, 1890. OF KENTUCKY. He leaves to mourn his depart Eva Dixon & Others Pltff ) vs ure his wife, two daughters, Trabue Shearer & Others Deft ) grandchildren, Malcolm, By virture of adjudgment and Order three of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- Dallas and Claris' Smith. Also dered at the March Term, thereof, two brothers arid two sisters, W. 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro- L. Tiller, of Pawnee City, Neb., ceed to offer for sale at the Court- E. G. Tiller, of Chowchilla, Cal., house door in Columbia, Ky., to the Mrs. O. H. Coffey, of Hamburg, the highest bidder, at Public Auction, and Mrs. Myra Ackerman, on Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, la., at One o'clock p. m. or thereabout of Bethany, Neb. "Also a num. (being County Court), upon a credit ber of nsphews and nieces and of six months the following described many friends. property, A certain tract of After a short prayer service at land lying in Adair County, Ky., on the home on Friday afternoon, the waters of Felham Branch of Rusfuneral services were held at the sell's Creek containing 48 acres more or less. Said land is' fully described Christian church, conducted by in the judgment and pleadings in the Rev. D. L. Hughes, former pasabove styled action, and lis same land tor of the church and one whom deeded by James W. Squires and wife Mr. Tiller valued as a friend. to Mary Shearer and others by deed The body was laid to rest in of date Jan. 16th, 1893 and of record Rose Hill cemetery at Douglas. in Deed Book No. 8, Page 298 of the Relatives and friends from a Adair County Court Clerk's Office, to which reference is made. For the distance were: Mr. and Mrs. purchase price, the purchaser, wlthJ Geo. S. Smith and family, Manto-wi- A YEAR'S ABUSE IN 7 DAYS ALL LIGHT CAR ROAD RECORDS SMASHED t: At Indianapolis last week one of the new Overland 4 stock cars was driven 5,452 milescon-tinuousl- y 1 in seven days and nights, over frozen country roads -- and finished ready to do it again. This is an average of 772 miles per day; more than the distance between Toledo and New York City covered each day. This is another tribute to the cushioning effect of TRIPLEX SPRINGS and the quality of material in Overland WILLYS-OVERLAND 4. COMPANY Q. M. STEVENSON, Columbia, Agent, Kentucky. approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. John Burket Tiller. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. A piece of chalk in the hands Sometimes, too, you see the writchester, Kan., W. L. Tiller, Mr. of some of our village youngsters ten command to go to a very seems to do more to deface and warm place. At first this trick and Mrs. Fay Tiller, Pawnee mar our little city than a whole oflhe children is amuaing, but it City, Neb., Mrs. O. H. Coffey, herd of cattle. About every so soon grows tiresome, and it is Mr. and' Mrs. Edward Coffey, often they are possessed with certainly destructive to order and Mrs. Victor Catlett and Glenn this fearful craze of marking up beauty. If the children were Coffey, of Hamburg, la., Mrs. the sidewalks and buildings, taught to have civic pride in their I Myra Ackerman and Claud Ack- Everv way you turn you see home town they wouldn't want sketches of wierd structures sup- to mar it up so and no child i3 too - , - (J ANNOUNCEMENT to-wi- t: 13-16- 0 ' pill w- i0 udg-mer- it. ., J- - that Phonographs, of Pianos, the the struments vacated by the other Hotel just of-Sal- e - bfBix-mrinthsth- e prop-erty.tow- it: to-wi- t: In to instrument froma a.jdonipleteJLine of'Sheet for fTjalking other . . Eoll Phonograph. of Latest Ken-fcucky.'- son-in-la- w, .V, . , SANDERS HENDR1CKSON, - t a. HZ