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There are advantages and disadvantages Jn making a journey in an automobile, but as a general thing the little Ford goes right along. morning Mrs. Last Wednesday Death of H. Clay Wolford. . Will Go to Providence Highly Entertained. Committee Appointments. The death of Mr. John B. Helm, The Columbia lovers of high class The appointment of an AdminisAbout ten years ago Mr. H. C. Eev. B. T. Watson has conditionally accepted a call to become the pas entertainments were very much elat- which occurred at Glenville one day trative Committee for the democratWolford, who was the youngest son of Presbyterian ed last Monday evening by the ap- last week, removed one of the best ic campaign in Kentucky is a good, General Frank Wolford, removed, tor of Providence county. He reaa pearance of Prof. V. S. Watkins, at known men in the community. He idea and the members composing It with his family, from Columbia to Church, Webster years old. He are not only good democrats but Louisville, where he was busily en- his resignation as pastor of the the Presbyterian Church, who is a re- was about fifty-tw- o Sunday, and made a nowned elocutionist,lmpersonater and leaves a wife and one child. He was high-clas- s gentlemen, as well. They're Daisy Hamlett, Mr. J. O. Eussell, Mr. gaged, doing well, until a short time Church here last ago when he became afflicted. His statement giving his reason for the lecturer it was the first number a victim of pneumonia. His funeral men who will give tone to any cause 0. T. Stults and J. E Murrell started on a business trip to Greensburg. It affliction became serious, and though change. The Church will comply of the iyceum course for this year, was largely attended, every body they may espouse. This was one of was smooth sailing until we reached he received the best medical atten- with his wishes, but Presbytery will and a large eudience greeted the being in sympathy with the widow the good results of the democratic meeting in Louisville, when Judge the Wriite Toll Gate where we took tion, death came last Wednesday also have to sanction the move. Eev. speaker. He has a, pleasing personali- and little one. Watson has been here for nearly ty, and his renditions were perfect Charles A. Hardin presided, morning. He was about forty-siand the dirt road leading across the counyears and he and his wife have He gave both humerous and pathetic when Chairman Homer ..Cummings, Fertilizer. Greensburg pike, yeare old, and the major portion of three try, intersecting the of the Democratic National Cam a distance of five milej. The first his life was spent in this place, he endeared themselves not only to Mr. numbers, and the entertainment as a Watson's flock, but to the entire com- whole was pronounced These I have the Swift bran fertlizer paign Committee made a wonderful three miles were covered tjy the hard- having come here with his parents, Liberty, Ky., when he was a munity. He is a zealous Christian delightful evenings are put on by the now on sle in Columbia. Farmers address. The committee Is as followsg est, but when the hill, this side of from man, and has a very social, pleasant ladies of Columbia. calling for 16 acid will be given 10 State at large Charles A. Hardin where, Crit Yates lives, was reached very small boy. When he grew to was one of the indus- disposition. We have no hesitancy in cents off for their sack or barrel. If Harrodsburg; James B. Brown, P. H the little Ford got tired and stopped manhood he' Paid List. commending Eev. Watson and Mrs. in twelve inches of mud. The engi- trious men of this place, not afraid of I furnish the sack it is 31 65 per Callahan, Marion E. Taylor, Louiswas profitably Watson to the good people of Proviville; Johnson N. Camden, A. J. hundred. Salesman, neer, who was Mr. Stults, coaxed and work, hence his time purpose to leave about The following are hew paid subscribdence. They Versailles; Desha Brecken-ridg- e, C. E. Young. perhaps said a few adjatives to him- employed. ers and renewals since our issue of last Lexington; J. W. M. Stewart When quite a young man he was the first of May. self, and finally announced that we Tuesday. He has not only been active in and John P. Buckingham, Palntsvlllei would have to secure a team to pull married to Miss Bobbie Fulks, in this J. K." Henson, A. E. Feese, O. L. Important. who survives him, and also sev- Church work, but he has been a leadFirst District James Utterbach the machine up the hill. There was place, McKlnley, Eurel Boss, Mrs. L. C. ing spirit in all movements looking to Paducah; Ed Garner, Mayfield, and. one coming in sight, and Count ap- eral children. Humble, J. H. Todd, Dr. S. Simmons, the betterment of the community. G. A. Persons who are in possession of Henry Payne, Arlington. The remains reached here last proached the driver, who very politely Blake, Matthew Taylor, J. H. especially Cooper,. informed him that his horses were Thursday afternoon and after a short As a pastor he has been Young, Mrs. EPie G. Scott, G. E. war saving stamps should have them Second District Emmett kind to administer, to the sick, not Post-offcregistered at the Deposit- Hopkinsvllle; Sam Camball, Dixonj out of wind, and that he could not funeral service in the Christian Eeed, OllnJosenbaum, G. W. Todd, church, the body was buried in the only members of his own Church, but ing them in the bank without being and Lavegna Cementi, Owensbor- orender assistance. About a mile Millard Young, registered is not altogether safe. If Tnird District Max Nahm, Bowlacross the country we noticed some city cemetery by the side of loved all others who became afflicted. He ones. Many of the deceased old will be greatly missed here. they should get misplaced and could ing Green; George Eussell, Eussell- Work of the Supervisors. teams plowing, and a lady, Mrs. Harnot be found, the owner would lose ville, and Morgan O. Hughes, Bowlvey, informed us that they belonged friends were present to pay their respects to one they knew so well in gold knife. My LOST. A small to her father, Mr Crit Yates. This The supervisors of Adair County that amount of money. Eegister'them ing Green. Fourth District Colonel Harry name is on one side and Shriner em- finished their work last Friday at as above stated, and keep them at announcement brought smiles to our life. e He was a member of the Methodist blem on the other. I "Jwill pay a re- noon. Landed property and personal your home. Tne Summers, Elizabethtown; Henry register faces, for we knew that Lebanon, and W. A. Clements, our rescue. Church, BeV. R. Y. Bennett officiat ward of $3.00. Eeturn to this office. property as given in by County Tax will protect against loss. Mr. Yates would come to ing here. Eld. Z. T. Williams? of the Sandusky. Springfield. W. H. Commissioner, was raised but very A boy was dispatched who told of our A Big Sale. Christian Church, read the biography. Fifth District Wallace Embryw little. However, the Board found trouble and in a short tims a mule Mr. Ed Staples ' The passing of H C. Wolford leaves The residence of Attilla Cox, Louisville. team and stretchers arrived, and our caught on fire last Thursday morning about $165,600 worth of land and Swinebroad, The real estate Man of 's only two members of General Sixth District B. C. Simmons,. personal property which the owners machine was hauled up the hill. One family Mrs. S. D. Barbee and and for a time it looked like it would failed to give in to the County Com- Lancaster, Ky., has again proven his Shelby Rouse, Covington, and Claude mile across J. A. Dulworth's farm burn down. Neighbors, howeveffj: ability to handle the "Big" proposi- B.Terrell, Bedford. missioner. The said property is now landed us on the pike and in about Mrs. John Stone. d arrived and the flames were tions when he sold atpuclic auction on Our sympathy goes out to them, Seventh District Louis des Cog- -' listed and the owners thereof will one hour we were seated around the before any great damage was the 18th. the 402 acre farm of Wm. C. nets, Lexington; T. O. Middleton festival board at the Green River Ho- and also the bereaved wife and chil- done. started by bedclothing catch- have to pay taxes on same. It Anderson, in Boyle County, one mile Eminence; JoeLindsey, Winchester,, tel, Greensburg, where we enjoyed a dren in this sad disposition of Provi ing fire. Mr. Staples' home is near from Danville, Ky, on the Perry ville and S. T. Crow, Lagrange. dence. Notice. most delicious dinner. Bliss. Pike.to Bradshaw Biothers and SanAlcorn, Eighth DIstricfc-Kindr- ick After dinner we strolled over the Millinery at Gadberry. ders Brothers of Garrard County, at Stanford; Henry Hanger, Bichmondsj city, meeting a number of friends, For Sale". The prayer meeting at the Christian $320.00 per acre, total 5128,628.16. A and John E Brown, Shelbyville. boys, Wood and Jim, Lap-sle- y the Lewis Church, Wednesday evening, will be good was present and keen cordially invited to see my crowd You are Ninth District M. F. Conley, LouWilson, Clarence Vaughan and We have farms in Adair Co., and led by Mrs. Williams. This is the be- competition for new line of hats for Ladies, Misses and the farm. isa; Matt J. Hennessey, Augusta, and others. It had been thirty years desirable homes in Columbia for sale. ginning of meetings for the rest of the Bradshaw Brothers children, at bargain prices. afterwards and Eobert Gillespie, Carlisle. since Mr. Eussell had seen Greens & Neat, week in the Each One Win One CamMrs E. W. Hurt. " Call on or write to Cravens burg and it looked like a riew town to , bought out Sanders Brothers, and Tenth District J. E. Childretnn real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jef- paign. the purschasers composed of A D. Pikevllie; George B. Archare, W. Mi him. The study for praj er meeting will Mr. W. C. Grider, of Moutpeller, fries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. and Walker Bradshaw, propose to Wicker and Claud Stevens, From Greensburg we went tfl be Conversion. Each one is desired to returned from Bowling Green last f stock thearm with registered Aberdeestopping at the celebrated Friday afernoon. He left his son, give his experience in becoming a n-Angus cattle and establish one of Eleventh District W. J. Sparks, Lorain well on the way, where we Eev. E. B, Grider, in a fairly good G. B. Swinebroad, the real estate Christian. Our District Evangelist, foremost breeding and stock farms Mt. Vernon; J. Ed Sampson, Harlan partook of the health giving bevarage. condition, but he is very nervous. man, has two large tracts of land W. T. May, will preach Thursday, the in the State. Swineboard "ALWAYS and Joseph Gibson, Somerset. A few minutes later we were in The official Board of the Church ad- which he will offer for sale, the ads Friday and Saturdays evenings at 7:30. SELLS." and at 5:10 we landed at vised Eev. Grider to take a rest, and giving the date. Bead what he has to Public SpeaRing. Mr. C. E. Jones, who has been emhome somewhat shaken. Notwith- he and his mother left Bowling Green say. He is the most successful real WANTED. 30 single experienced estate man in Kentucky. He has sold ployed, at Gary, W Va., is at home, standing a part of the journey was ex- for Texas the morning Mr. Grider farm hands immediately. Wages S60 ceedingly rough, the entire party en- started home. Eev. Grider has two several hundred thousand of acres in recovering from an "operation for to 375 per month. Good board, room, Senator W. L. Moss, of Pineville, joyed the trip,. and will make another brothers living in Texas, and he ex the last year or two, and his sales appendicitis. He is able to be about washing. County Agent, Eockwell will be here the first Monday In Mayr one some of these days. pects to be with them about six have all been successful. The farms he by using a cane, but it will be several City, Iowa. t to explain the new road law. He is advertises in the News this week are weeks before he- - fully regales his weeks. the author of the bill creating it, and in Washington county. In the Infirmary. Union Church. strength. He will return to West he wants the people of Adair county An infant, said to be about three Virginia as soon as he is able t0 to become thoroughly acquatnted'.with. 'years old, a grandchild of Judge W. Bennett & Wilson, who are now in again fill his position that of bookMr. W. I. Ingram, a prominent Special reasons for every member Its provisions. The court-rooshould T. Hendrickson, was accidentally run Charge of the bakery, will keep the keeper for the IT. S. Coal and Coke Co. and others interested to be at Union be well filled. On same, ,trip he. will merchant of this place, underwent a over by an automobile, driven by Mr. b2St of edibles, and they invite their serious operation in a Louisville innext Sunday The session will elect speak at Campbellsville and the local Clyde Crenshaw, at Campbellsville, friends to call when the innerman is WE BUY, raise and sell firmary delegate tojthe Presbytery of last week. Information papers of that town should gel his last Saturday. It was purely an acci- - to be refreshed. Charges reasonable. rabbits and other animals. AZ V comes to his family that the operation which meets at Danville on exact, date." dent and the parents of the child do-Place your order with us, and list April was a success and that the patient is 13th and the congregation will '.'i There is some talk of Mr. T. A whatever stock you have with us, not regret it more than Mr. Crenis doing well. It will probably be a For The farmer, called upon to act upon the resigValley to stating lowest flat "prices on large be shaw. It is hoped that the child will Firkin removing from Cane week or ten days before he can renation of their Pastor.Eev.B Watson, Columbia. He is a good citizen and shipments. recover. 7 Address N P. turn home. that he may accept the call to ProvWages for.f arm labor have increased, j going our town will be glad to welcome him Ave., Fargo, N. D, 23 4t idence Ky. Mr. Eugene Grasam is now greatly in the last year, not only in and family in our mi dt. Cravens & Neat, real estate dealers, lame. He stepped on a brick at trtroughb&t tneT United. sold to E. D, Arnold, the H. C. Feese Mr. J. W. Coy met with a very Eeligious services were conducted Kentucky But Oampbellsvllle, a few days ago, creen-inwill painful accident Statesj-'ye- t Next Monday County Court it Is 'stifrffflcitiif to get dwelling and lot, on Greensburg, St., last Tuesday. He in trie Llndsey-Wilso- n every night his left ankle, and he has been un- ppen which will be followed by the was on a ladder, in his gallery, and satlsfacty'of-aaeqUatilabori on thft for $2,400. it last weekr the speaker being Eev. J. able to walk without assistance since. Fiscal Court. Evidently there will be fell, throwing him violently farmsKentucky farmers, this month, to the L. Piercy, pastor of the Methodist Columbia Lodge, No 96, F. and A. His ankle is badly 'swollen,' but he a large crowd' In town. A lot of fine floor. Both of his hips were badly they have "on hand;- "- 36 per- Church, Campbellsville. He is a very report M. will meet next Friday night. thinks he will come around all right stock is generally on exhibition at the hurt and he was shaken up generally, zealous and entertaining man. Ser- cent of last years &3rn crop; br 29,70Or April court. There will be work, Members of in a short time. and was confined several days to his vices, were also held each morning be- 000 bushels; compared to 37 percent- sister's lodges invited. b'f crop, or 33, 67Q,0OjQr bushels'. bed. fore the school hour. Similar services Mr. W E. Noe has again been Geo. H. Nell sold last week his inMarch, J, 19X9f 11, .percent of are to be held in all the Church schools rantharsl' Metal ceiling is now being put on awarded the contract for carrying Clarence Yates is now ready to bore terest in the John W. Townsend lastr jears wheat crop, 01323,000 of the State, by order of Conference1. in the main auditorium of the court the mail between Columbia and Campfarm, located at MUltown, to Roll in your wells and repair "your pumps? ' bushels, cqmpared to .10 percent, or building. Mr. Wood Judd is doing bellsville. The contract is for four Caldwell, for.86,000.' Who will succeed the late B. T. 1,213,000 bushels on hand a year ago the work. years, and it begins the first day of 3? as Commonwealth's iAttor from the 1918 crop; 25 percent oStheir My advertisement will appear in Harding July. Mr. Noe is to receive 84,750 A, good 81 acre farm for sale, on the Mr. Millard Young has accepted a ney in the Lebanon district. Js fchel Jast ears spats' crooj ?.or: 2,475,000 per year. Campbellsville and Spuriington pike. The News in the next week or two, question position with Hutchison & McKlnley, in the four towns ipitbe dfe Jbushelv compared, to ,.27 percent, or i horses and Good improvements and well watered. showing my high-clas- s poultry dealers. He is a hustler and is Greensburg, CtampbePgvljle A No 1 fresh cow for sale. jacks, as good bred as is in Kentucky. trict, W. T. Strong, Campbellsville, Ky. iv- a valuable acquisition to the firm. Lebanon and Springfieldv It is pre-- 1 George Hunn. r Make no arrangement, until you read dieted that the Governor will offer ley "crop," or 20,000 '"bulhelsorrTpared W. H. Jones and family have my write up. Mr. Bryant and Bessie Bohanan, Albert the larger 191icrop,. the place to Mr. 'Abel'1 'Harding, o?' will be special Easter services removed from Glensfork to Columbia, W. C. VanHoy, both of this place, were married in There rie or'hOO.i ChaC" was? on farmsiMarcn. Campbellsville, oWit'is said: "that at the Methodist Church next Suu-da- y and are occupying the residence, frontCane Valley, Ky. Jeffersonville, Ind., last week. is not an applicant::. :jn'J""' forenoon. The doors of the Church ing CampbeHlsville pike, recently It. ; : - 3rx.x . ., aics- -; .. Singing at Zlon next Sunday after will also be opened. Sermon by E. V. purchased from E. L. Sinclair. Mr. N. M. Tutt is noWBhgaged in The citizens of Grcens6ufg andjjufr Stanley. Epperson has purchased of , noon at 2 o'clock. Every body come Bennett. y putting up a frame 'build- in Green county are very much elated E. F, Eowathe brick "garage house We went over a great deal of terri and bring books. regular 'talking neartlfcsseli Cr let MjSr building, Next Sunday will be the on alley, near Turpen's shop, over theeiwroad raw? tory last Wednesday and our observa- ing the nub!eT:or'QiS-esrdehy- , Sast kid will run a gaiigejBagYnafiig-- , tha services atthe Baptist Church. As it on the opposite side. It is to be with Mr. Wm. Whitlock and Miss Lizzie was that wheat was looking rath-e- r but probably ie tion will be Easter there will used for shops, and we understand Wednesday, thera was ufrtome first.of neS&imA&th: TbeTcoofidera May Franklin jwere married in the thin. . Smith-wil- l ,iill the - Tufpen - is to occupy special music-Rev- . Ukis-ariiatgthat Mr. Tate court-hous- e last Friday morning. Eld.,' ' pulpit. . two of the rooms Gardening has commenced. wllsooncnnecte gflr" W. T. ;jMay performed ;the ceremohy , rWMfer-'- r x first-clas- s. 23-3t. e. woe-be-gon- t i e post-offic- Mc-Eir- oy, Wol-ford- extin-gushe- Camp-bellsvili- 23-t- Camp-bellsvil- ie 22-3- fur-beari- Tran-slyvan- ia fur-bsari- ng L' 515-51- g e "ttie-191- toia-percenfctj- f -- two-stor- g' -. ,- .. ...". kiiciaj) ..i't -- 1 2 ilfffNrrffrKfrKff i H 1 i pie2croduct of Experience 't7! -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , 9 . j G ' c u J I . A Hill Climber, a Gasoline Saver, - " .jjj HkfclaQe In Paint -- 0 and an Easy Runner. . ' I 1 j - 9 Price $795. Come and see rit and uiuun a square yara of covering, this would quickly show why a gallon of Hanna's Green Seal is more economical than "cheap" paint. Add to this Green Seal's longer service, and new light is shed on the question xi T mmIm wiuu pauii iiAnln rtn c?nl3 n du c o"u a am t. "Which paint Is cheapest?" Have it Demonstrated to You You need a trustworthy paint on your property. One that gives the maximum of covering protection and beauty. The exact formula appears on every package of Green Seal Paint. SOLD BY JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA, Absentee Statesmanship. KENTUCKY. mid-summe- r, but ?enator Poin-dexte- r's v There is nothing about their duties in the United States Senate that seems sufficiently important to command the presence of its Republican members who are active candidates for the nomination for the Presidency. -Chevrolet I Touring Car, 35a, ilich, Reservations to the Peace Treaty are being voted on daily, and the final vote on the Treaty is approaching; pressing domestic problems are being considered on the floor and in Senate I have'a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. RidCommittees, but mere trifles like these do not affect the ambitious ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. gentlemen who are so eager to be President that they seem to It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. have forgotten they are Senators. Nobody has prated more about his ''Americanism" than Hiram Johnson, of California, but when the United States Senate is passing on reservations which Senator Lodge insists are vital to "Americanize" the Treaty, Hiram Johnson is on the hustWeather doesn't mean anyBachelor girl. away from occasionally; but not government supervision from exReflections of a ings in South Dakota trying to The thing to J. E. Merz, Indianapolis win unless you are sure that you have tortion and profiteering. that State's paltry three! and a return ticket same can be said of organized motorcycle dealer, because when delegates to the a latch-ke- y next Republican After a few months of Prohi- in your pocket. labor, of agriculture, and of ev- his home city is mantled in snow, National Convention. it will bition and MOWEY BRCX he just puts his family in bis In these days of the H. C. L., ery other legitimate interest. without question if Hunt'SI marry Senator Poindexter is another fails id the treatment of Eczema. be so easy for a girl to and travels where the Then, and only then, will ideal side-ca- r Tettet RiE2worm,Itch,etc Don't will a girl's most dazzling castle in become discouraged because other the average bachelor, that it weather suits him. He has just who affects to save this country treatments failed Hunt's Sal into four conditions prevail in this the air resolves itself has relieved hundreds of suck from the perils of the Peace seem almost "a shame to take cases You can't lose on oat returned from a delightful trip Money Back Guaranttm. Try rooms and kitchenette, three Treaty and the League of Nacertificate." It at our risk TODAY. PricaTJ. the to Jacksonville during wnich he For sale locally by flights up with the right man had many interesting experinces tions but there is no business in you have the "fight More and morethe desirability Of course Sold by Paull Drug Company. in it, and the rent paid man in leap of having employees become with mud, sand and southern Washington so important to Sento propose" to a When a man starts out with stockholders is being impressed hotels. One strip of deep sand ator Poindexter just now as makyear Geraldine; but you have althe determination to be a cynic upon industrial concerns in this for 70 miles, from Waycross to ing speeches abusing the PresiThe bill to repeal the dog tax so the "right of way" in front sabject of women, he is on the termed ' "The dent whenever hecan secure an law failed in the Senate. of a speeding automobile at busy country. Tb.e United States Cor- Jacksonville, suddenly bitterly embarrassed to whether" it be in Oasis" was reported to be the invitation, street crossing if you care to A tw o days air mail from New many lovables ones poration has the largest number discover how terror of the south. Mr. Merz Maine or California. Congress York to San Francisco is planned. take the consequences. s, but the there are. was warned not to attempt to is certain to be in session until wonderful! Isn't optimism Goodyear Tire & Rubber ComA man's love for a woman is negotitate it. While he admits it Where is that man of sublime pany is pressing hard for preall that which slops over from was1 tough going and that he faith, who used to buy the hair mier honors. Although in the the exuberant self love, with does not care to attempt it again, v "When good fellows get restorers and the which she manages to inspire last sale of preferred stock, 17, his Goodyear tires gave such together, I'm right there1 ing death tablets? Why dearie, 400 or 60 percent of the Goodhim. traction that he came through Chesterfield he's buying raisins and yeast year ties subscribed, the company with flying colors. He met three cakes and things to drop them Some political agitators can will start a drive to have every ' I 'HE most companionable bunch of automobiles that were in diffi- tobaccos ever rolled into a cigarette , in, now! without worker own stock by the end of never open their mouths culty and says the driver looked silky, aromatic Turkish, and fine, There are only two times in a railing against "big business." 1920. Three more sales will be at him in amazement for his , Domestic, expertly chosen man's life when be sheds tears, They do not stop to consider held in March, June and Decem- apparent hardihood. and expertly blended. That's Chester or contemplates suicide, over a that the greatness of this coun- ber on the plan of paying for the fielcL And they sure do "satisfy!" try is the result of this same big stock by pay deductions, so that The Lodge substitute to the woman; when he can't get' her and when he can't get away business. What we need in re complete payment will be made Lodge reservation of Article X from her. "Standardized rai- ality is a strong curb for the within a period of two years. was adopted by the Senate by a ment" for women is being en- corporations not extermination Officials are sanguine that nearly vote of 50 to 26. Twelve Demothusiastically advocated by the and protection from demoral- all the company's employees, will crats voted for it. lecturers. Good heavens! Just izing onslaughts of radicalism. own stock within the next 12 as if we were all fagged out, al- Corporate interests should be months.--. New Jersey hasjbeen granted up to the adequately protected and everready, trying to live permission by the Supreme Former United States Senator lastingly curbed. They, should show girl's standard! Court to institute proceedings to Henry Blair, of NewJEampshire, test the constitutionally of the Most husbands and wives are be permitted the right to. a fair Washington. prohibition amendment. like "Home- -" delightful to get profit and prevented by 'rigid died in "Four-Ninet- y" 1 1 i i i i i i BUGGIES AND WAGONS. WOODSON LEWIS GR.EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. a manager announced a few days ago that the Senator would spend three weeks in May in Oregon trying to keep the Republican voters of his neighbor State from voting for Lebnard Wood in the Presidential primaries. Senator Harding is another Republican Presidential candidate who has not been bashful in answering speaking calls from far and near, and now he is en- -. gaged in a ten days junket inV the West and Southwest, in quest of votes at Chicago. We are not inclined to object to these eminent Republicans running for President like it was Constable if that 13 their idea of the manner in which the highest honor in the land should be bestowed, but as long as they are Senators, they should recall at odd moments at least, that the United States Senate meets in the Capitol at Washington, and that it is now in session. I ' self-boredo- m, employee-stockholder- -- Wife-decei- I full-flavor- ed C3BS&. f A- - - -- l -.- - k -'i ; Ut . j 1 1 IS $&&$&$&' IS &$ INSURED? YOfeJR ADAIR COUNTY NEW? ', -,- - 3. LIFE If Not Why Not INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE You Can Get Goodyear Tires for That Sturdy Smaller Car ei J .- 1 H Hf COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. We sell the best"for the least money. - 1 See G. T. -- STUltTS, Hgei?t, TOT none exceeds in high relative value of product the Goodyear Tires made in the 30x3-- , 30x3, and 31x4-inc- h sizes tire-making in Of all Goodyears notable accomplishments $$$8saeg$ &?gs&&$ AUTOMOBILE LINE PHOWP. 94.P . J. .W -- WVUWllllU T TMRTA. K"Y . $ s v 8 B Chevrolet, Dorr, Maxwell, and other cars taking these sizes, the important benefits of Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world's largest tire production. These tires afford to owners of Ford, Columbia and Gampbellsville 8 B S B ) TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. Your nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of performance and satisfactiononly possible as a result of such extraordinary manufacturing advantages. 0 B B B B TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia fi B Go to this Service Station Dealer for these S 1 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. B B B fi tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them! rti PHONES- :- SS wmmmmmn W. E. NOE. e3S3C3SJ08C3SJa$5S3jaGeX S fi w 30x3 Goodyear All-Weath- er UNDERTAKER. I I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Residence Phone, 29. J. F. keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Columbia, Ky Double-Cur- e Fabric, Tread' e fc 23 J jLL en -- 30x3 Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are built to protect casings. Why endanger a good casL.p with a cheap tube? Goodyear A SO Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of less merit. 30x3 size in waterproof bag T TRIPLET!. iCaanMiai V BCTiDe BAPTISTS LAUNCH BIGGER PROGRAM $100,000,000 IN SUBSCRIPTIONS AND $20,000,000 IN CASH BY MAY 1 IS NEW AIM SET. WILL SEEK SOULS, ALSO Evangelistic Campaign Calculated To Reach Thousands of Unsaved Persons is Announced For March and April of This Year. Now that the subscriptions to the Baptist 75 Million Campaign have passed the $90,000,000 mark, leaders in all the states composing the territory of the Southern Baptist Convention have resolved to place this sum at $100,000,000 by the meeting of the Convention at Washington early in May. It is also planned to bring the total ol cash offerings by that time to 520,000,-000- . The convention at Washington will be the seventy-fiftsession of that body and it Is deemed appropriate to celebrate the diamond jubilee of the organization with an enlarged subscription and cash sum with which to carry forward the missionary, educational and benevolent work fostered by the convention in all parts of the world. h DR. GEORGE W. TRUETT Chairman of the Baptist Campaisa Commission.. then anTTfrom other persons whc made subscriptions in the fall but whc feel disposed to increase their sub scriptions now. This effort for in creased funds will be made during the last week in April so that everything can be completed before the conventior meets in Washington May 12. Returns By the States. The reports on the original drive foi funds in the 75 Million Campaign tt 1 date, as made by the several states follow. Alabama, $4,100,000; Arkan sas, $2,265,000; District of Columbia $250,000; Florida, $1,370,392; Georgia , $10,100,000; Southern Illinois, tvow, but vye'LL $7,167,713; Louisiana, $2, 875,000; Maryland, $907,760; Missis kjUKE sippi, $4,144,902; Missouri, $2,062,506; New Mexico, $732,260. North Carolina $7,250,000; Oklahoma, $3,200,000; Soutt Carolina, $7,554,772; Tennessee, $5, 010,000; Texas, $16,560,000; Virginia $8,298,488. Returns from the foreigr mission fields and other sources not included in the above bring the tota subscriptions beyond $90,000,000. This vast sum of money was raisec o at a total expense of one per cent, making this probably thi most economically conducted campaigr in the history of the country. Plan Evangelistic Campaign. Prior to this effort for additiona subscriptions and cash, however, s South-widcampaign of evangelism stewardship and emphasis upon thf fundamental doctrines of religion is planned for the month of March and the first three weeks in April, wher the churches will employ, their organ Ized forces in seeking to win to Chrisl many thousands of the 20,000000 people within the territory of the Southerr Baptist Convention who are not aff.il iated with any church. A day of pray er in behalf of the success of everj item on the Baptist program for the spring and summer of 1920 has Beer set apart. Many of the states have, al ready got their evangelistic campaignd well unaer way. In the hope of arousing as large in county terest as possible, wide and associational campaigns c have been planned i many places. In other places, espt cially the rural districts, where months are considered mon y- . desirable for evangelistic work, th special program will be deferred unti July and August. This will make ii possible for city pastors to aid the rural pastors and thus double the evan gelistic force of the denomination. V The program of evangelism', steward ship and emphasis upon the fundamen tal doctrines of religion is calculated oultry Remedy to conserve the victory achieved in the You can make 12 campaign' for funds. Dr. George W 4fi gallons ofthe best C X Truett, pastor of the First Baptist poultry tonic known r with a 63c bcHc of t,ClS 'hurch at Dallas, Tex., is chairman ol Bourbon Poultry Rtn(J7 the campaign commission, while Dr. Cures' fd prevents Crcs. L. R. Scarborough continues In the ca bcraccX Ciclcra, roup sr.d KieMT other t!cr:ructivc poul"v uacity of ppnpral director. S AtituiSlsu.orby MARCH BACK ON THE JOB imwSHta ! -- , RURAL GHURGH WORK I $S30,704-Kentucky- II lJJjii WMut three-quarte- rs e city-wid- e, soul-winnin- g him JMS sLj&m Bourbon 9aP Pm V- .- larger funds available from the 75 Million Campaign and will be carried on by the forces of the eighteen states ol TO?l ,T,SATOU6H ik ( the Southern Baptist Convention in with the Sunday School BAPTISTS PLAN TO REACH 15,000 Board. Additional workers will be put COUNTRY SUNDAY SCHOOLS on in every state and a large number THIS SUMMER. of Sunday School Institutes will bs held in the hope of reaching a great majority of the rural Sunday Schools PROVIDE BETTER TEACHERS in every state. Normal Sunday School institutes will be held in fifty counties of Tennessee, for instance, and 75 Million Campaign, With Assistance over 500 ruarl centers will be reached with the better system of Susiay of Sunday School Board-- Makes School teaching and methods of adminProgram Extension istration. Similar methods will be folPossible. lowed in all the states. Every State Enlarges Work. Over $300,000 a year will be expended on Sunday School field work in the territory of the Southern Baptist Convention, it is announced, and e ery state organization will greatly enltra its Sunday School force, giving especial attention to the development of tha rural schools. In order that an adequate number of instructors may be available for carrying on this larger program, a thirty day normal school will be held in Nashr ville, beginning May 31, in the instruction in which a large regular faculty of Sunday School experts and many special lecturers will be employed. The Sunday School Board at Nashville has just established a department of Sunday School administration which, will deal with all questions of Sunday School organization and equipment. This department will be in charge of Arthur Flake, who has been a member of the field force of the Sunday School Board for quite a while and who was formerly superintendent of the Sunday DR. I. J. VAN NESS School of the First Baptist Church of Corresponding Secretary Baptist Fort Worth, Tex., said to be tb.8 Sunday School Board. largest Sunday School in the South. A Case ol Everybody. Build Better Church Houses. In what is believed to be the most Another department of the Sunday campaign for the develop extensive School Board Everybody walks the streets ment of rural Sunday Schools that has encouragementis giving attention to the of better church yet been undertaken by any single deof this town. nomination, the forces of Southern houses and pastors' homes in the rural Baptists especially interested in Sun faistricts, furnishing architects' plans Everybody sees bits of paper day Schoof work will undertake to for this purpose and detailed instruo-- ' r tions without cost to and refuse on the streets pos- reach 15,000 or more rural Sunday contemplate buildingschurches whioh along the Schools of the South and Southwest sibly everybody helps to put this summer, announces Dr. I. J. Van lines. Goo luck old Mess, corresponding secretary of the Baptist Sunday School Board at Nasi' ville. The work is made possible by the WILL BE DEVELOPED , j This additional sum will be soughl from churches which did not have i part In the original campaign, from members of churches who did not snb In Kentucky 10,000 people are tardy with theirincome tax tfM ;y ..., - &?wigf . j,nc.4 C. ti..c. T' Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store them there. Everybody thinks they are unNow if everybody would make pride in living in a place w hich sightly and should be removed, a point of picking: up this refuse everybody help3 to keep clean. but everybody waits for Let's everybody get busy for we would have a more sightly body else to do it. town, and everybody would take the benefit of everybody els. v v - '- -- c- -- S nr- r- - i L Adair They' t00' are afc work, but there are no disaffec- Published On Wednesdays. tion among Democrats, and as Kentucky is safely Democratic fit Golan6ia Kentucky- when the party is united the J.E.MURRELL, Editor leaders believe that the vote MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. - - mgr. cast last November will be re versed. The way to win is for Democratic newipaper devoted to the Interest every Democrat to become busy the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and remain active until the elecuid adjoining countlei. tion is over. Over confidence often brings defeat. Work like as second Entered at the Colnmba' you are scared and the fight will ass mail matter. be won. THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS -- 5?" Coarvty Nevis Publicans- - I I WATCH'SALE have just received a nice assortment of ELGIN and BRACELET WATCHES, during march. .which will be sold -- HERE'S Post-offi- WJSD. MAE. 31, 1920. Subscription Price 1st and;2nd Postal Zone .50 per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 perfyear A. Subscription due andPayable injAdvance Three tornadoes Statas last Sunday. Over hit eight 100 quality throughout and comes all set up on one base. The low speed engine with ball bearing dynamo assures, long life less attention lower maintenance cost.. Engine is the famous throttling governor "Z." Construction is extremely simple workmanship and materials, the best possible. Push a button to start and another to stop. e "F" outfit is Fairbanks-Mors- what you have been looking for light plant. This 40 light at SPECIAL PRICES Don't fail to see them. tear up watches. I have the thing for them. Father "knows from own experience the real value of You know how boys an INGERSOLL. "JEWELER" L. E. Columbia, YOTJJSTG-- , Kentucky. people killed. The damage to property is up in the millions. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS. are authorized to announce RALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, a candidate for the Democratic nomi' nation for Congress in this, the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky. State Primary Election Saturday, August 7, 1920. "We We are authorized to announce FRAJSK L BIP Y, ofJAnderson Counp Home at The Confederate ty, a Democratic candidate for Con gress, in the Eighth district, subject Pewee Valley was destroyed by to the action ofjjthe State primary fire last Thursday night. Loss, --Augult 7, 1920. The list of points suffering the greatest damage follow: Chicago suburbs 15 known killed and property loss $500,000. Elgin, 111., eight killed and $4,000,000 damage. Lagrange, Ga., the death list is above thirty, and property damage heavy. West Point, Ga five reported killed. Three killed near Ft, Wayne, Ind. Agricola, Ala., five killed. Green ville and Union City, Ohio, six teen reported killed. combined light and power service as engine will also run a washing machine, churn, cream separator, and other machines independent of the dynamo, either direct or through a line shaft. Let us prove why it is the one practical plant you have been waiting for. When you buy this "F" plant you get a $ssasi H ar SPRING GOODS COME all kinds. Before buying see my line I will save you money. Have Ladies Ready-to-WeHats, Slippers, Shoes, different shades Silk and Lisle Hose. I pay Top Price for Eggs and Poultry. -- 400OS tiMHMi PMi-lfj- v.y .Tt-- U9 FMNT IC IPi f? mnuianajjoiiw A distinctive de-in larger My Spring Goods have arrived miWJaJS&iL,,l"l3.ugL mm FatJUIn mt ng inmiSKa Jig,I 11 mm, K rj: F.O.B. -- . ltnf,ir frfcJTJ j mMj?AAxriii rTWirMM-i- r W oejow: ue ea as 4 plants is .40 $80,000. sold By LightT'Plairg F. PATTESON, ft w -- w"f tt rii 65 Lights lOOLfehU ZOO LishU imii i JOE Columbia Ky. FERTILIZER HAS ARRIVED Have 14, 16, 18 and 20 per cent acid. Have several grades of Mixed Fertilizer. Call me for prices. L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, AT CANE VALLEY. The women will likely vote in Kentucky in the coming PresiThe Democrats of Adair Counpublican leaders throughout the like this sort of boss rule, but ty are hereby notified to meet in dential contest. State are seeking arrangements They may in mass Co- KENTUCKY WOMEN CERTAIN TO whereby only one candidate for we do not believe it. the want an organization, more arntention, Saturday, May 1, 1920, Y0TE FOR PRES1EENT. Congress will be brought out in rogant and proscriptive than at 2 o'clock p. m. The object of No matter whether the Nat- each District." any organization ever known in the meeting will be to name delThe Herald goes on to give the Kentucky, to make their nomisuffrage amendment is rat. egates to attend a State Conven- ional "arrangements" ified by the requisite number of details of these nations months in advance, and tion, to be held in Louisville or not, Kentucky women which the Republican bosses in without consulting them, but we Tuesday', May 4, to select dele- States privilege of voting Kentucky are making. In the believe they prefer to do it gates to attend the National will have the the "harmony proiu the coming November election Convention, to be held in San gram has already been agreed for Presidenttial electors under upon" and "The entire party orFrancisco, June 28, to nominate act of the last Legislature. Presidency. an ganization is to get behind one a candidate for-thWomen can not however vote T. E. Jeffries, . A. C. C. candidate." In the Fourth Disfor United States Senator or trict, all possible entries are to WANTED- Congressman unless the Nation be l, d for Judge $1.50 to $5.00 Each. Mr. Colby's nomination was al amendment is ratified. W. T. HODGEN, who is the bosses' selection sent to the Senate February 25 th Judge A. P. Humphrey, of Campbellsville, Ky leadThe Senate Foreign Relations Louisville, one of the State's In the Sixth District, "the Glensfork. committee delayed action, appar- leading constitutional experts, ers are endeavoring to unite on some strong candidate to oppose ently to "get something on" says after making a careful inCongressman Rouse." In the him. It even called for the secret vestigation into the matter: There has been quite a lot of Ninth the way is not so easy, the War Department, records of sickness in this community for a "The law passed by the last chiefly those of the Military Legislature provides for female but, according to the Herald, k while. "may be cleared up" and only Intelligence Bureau, because of suffrage in the choice of presiLast Friday obout ten o'clock one candidate aspire to the Rehis former connection with the dential electors. As, however,, the death angel visited the home publican nomination. Shipping Board. But failing Mr. John Helm who lived at the same time that presidentFinally, the United States of absolutly to find anything in ial near this place and claimed him electors are to be chosen Mr. Colby's record to justify there is to be a choice for a Sen- Senatorship must be disposed of. for its victim. He leaves a wife refusal to approve his election, ator and members' of Congress, There are at least a halt dozen an d one child he was sick only Republicans who the committee has finally acted there is a provision that there prominent a few days with pneumonia. He would like to become candidates favorbly, but this is no guarntee a good ;nan and will be shall be a separate ballot to be for that nomination-me- n like was be further delay in there won't used by women, who can vote Gov. Willson and Judge Kerr greatly missed by all who knew the Senate before confirmation for presidential electors alone. him. and Judge Bethurum but as the is given. "Considering the broad Ian- - crowning achievement of this Mrs. Mary L. Wheat of this guage of the Constitution of the place departed this life March 5, It looks very much Jike the UnitedJStates, which I will quote: "harmony" scheme "some lead ers predict," according to the she was at the home of her Peace Treaty will be the issue in "Each State shall appoint in Herald "that there will be only daughterMrs. Lawson Wilkinson .the Presidential campaign. In Such manner as the Legislature when the end came. She was a that event the people will be giv thereof may direct, a number of one starter in the United States victim of flu. Our sympathy is benatorial Derby this fall." en an opportunity to say by- sorrowing friends. She electors, equal to the whole numIn days gone by the great mass with the their votes whether they want ber of Senators and Representawas a good woman loved by all of the voters, even in the Reit or not. tives to which the State may be publican party, were supposed who knew her. entitled in the Congress " it to have some little voice in namDr, B. J. Bolin and family If" the treaty of peace is made seems clear that there is there- ing their party nominees for were visiting at Mr. G. A.. Brad-shaan issue in the Presidental by confided a power in the Leg- high offices, but not so in Kenlast Sunday. Campaign, the 15.000,000 women different States tucky under the reign pt A. T. Mr. Oscar Willis is very sick at voters, whose sons and brothers islatures of the how presidential Hert. The idea of the average fought to end the war, will have to prescribe be chosen, and the voters having intelligence and this writing; shalf a say. Nine tenths of them wil electors Mr. Boone who is s tationed at provisions of our Constitution, patriotism enough to take part vote for peace. in nominating candidates for Columbia has sold several light defining who shall be a voter, r Congress and for the United plants in this community. cannot, with any sort of reason, Since the big meeting held in States Senate is repugnant to Charlie Jones who has been Louisville, the Democrats of be construed as limiting the his finer sensibilities. Id is the away for some titrie is at home .Kentucky have been aroused authority of the Legislature in "leaders" who are to be entrust with his parents Mr. and Mrs. power, and will work harmoniously un- the exercise of this broad ed with this work, and, when James Jones for a few days.x Constiis til after the November election. derived as it from the matters reach the stage where tution of the United States." F. K. Taylor bought one horse A great many State papers come the people can pass upon their I. F. Wesley for a fancy to this office and the editors are the "leaders" will from nominees-price. MACHINE MADE NOMINEES. writing confidently of the suchave only one candidate for L. C. Blair purchased of" Lawcess of the party in the coming, The Louisville Herald, speak- them to consider. All others rence Wilkinson his farm lying contest There is no lack of con- ing, we presume, with authority, are to be warned off the grass. fidence upon the pirt of the Re- - laid a few days tago that ''Re The people of Kentucky may rear here for $4000". DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Court-House, first-Distric- WHY SUFFER ? D o not suffer an operation when you can get relief by using t DR. WADDELL'S 1 PILE REMEDY. Used Successfully for 30 Years. If not e PEAFOWLS Found at Your Local Druggist Write Direct to ' K. W. MEDICINE CO., side-tracke- Has-wel- Manufacturers, Smith's Grove, - - Kentucky. Ratisfaction Guaranteed or Zour Money Refunded. Pric $1.50 Per Bottle. FARJVIE&S, ATTENTION See My Line. ! Don't Buy Your Farm Machinery Until You Reliable Fertilizer in any Quantity. For Farm or Garden. COME BEFORE IT IS ALL GONE t See My Pumps and Well Casing. S. F. EUBANK JlUHMEJ - v. i a J Mr. Mont Garr of Denmark turned from Lebanon where he was visiting his sister Mrs. I. F. underwent an "operation. 1 ws i , -- Andrew near here several days Mr. Gordon Reece' and family of last week. have had flu. Taylor bought of John Bob Mr.9W. T. Collins had the misBrockman one pair of nice horses. fortune to lose a mare one day last week. Roy. Mr. B. O. Hurt had a valuable calt to die recently. We-rhaving plenty of rain Mr. B. O. Hurt and little at cms writing and there has daughter, Bessie, have returned been but little farming done in Campbellsvills where they this section owing to the bad from have been confined with the flu weather. for several days'. Mr. J. W Roy and family Mr. Virgil Hurt who has been have been confined to their in declining health all winter mumps. room-witremains about the same. Mr. W. E. Burton and family have about recovered from flu. .Mr. A. G. Bailey is no better writing. Mr. W. P. Epperton has re-- at this e h s- - -- V V Sr V- - V ADAIR c'QUNTy NEJWS P O OE XOE I0E30I OE Ruby. Mr. Gillum Akin in o declining health forhas beentime some VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. NEW 5PR1NU GOODS'! IN ALL DEPARTMENTS I with lung affection. Miss Kate Akin has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs. Henry Esters at Joppa. Your scribe transacted business at Columbia last Monday. Shorthorn Cattle v - - - - Thoroughbred and Grades. Chester White HogS Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep . . . . Thoroughbred and Grades. Inquiry and Inspection Solicited, S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manage, .. .-- a ' Cane Valley, Kentucky. jjr AT tt o RUSSELL & CO. c c o 0 o Forest, from Idaho, are viisiting relatives here this week. Mr. Simpson Rowe and wife your Sparks ville correspondent left for Milford, III. Hops he will keep us informed of the newp. $150 00. Mrs. Mary Pointeivand son, Elbert Page, Jake Wooten and Gardening is the order of the day here. The early frost will about get it too. The flu here is about over there is only two cases here now. A, D. Sparks bought a good mare mule from Jesse Flatt for family also at sametime. Mr. Olie Rowe and Miss Valeria Campbell were married a few days ago. They aimed to keep it a secret but it soon leaked out on them as such things will. Both are young teachers and are liked by all. H5L222SS9 Ik, o A GREAT SUBDIVISION it. ' IDE PERSONALS I 1 ZOE For iale. xoeU AUCTION SALE -- ! ing up business in the branch store, this place Mr. A. H. Ballard returned from John Dunbar is at home, on a visit, Camp Knox with Mrs. Ballard. Mr. from Berea College. Ballard is now the general inspector Mr. M. J). Boone returned from of the Camp. He will return the last Louisville Sunday night. of this- week. Mrs. M. Cravens is visiting her sister and brother in Louisville. Ar. B. T. Marshall, the n coffee salesman, was here last Friday. well-know- 0F . a Local News You can be comfortable as well as stylish in a acres of land on upper Greenaburg road, one and a half miles from Cane Valley. Eighty-fiv- e acres on same road and adjoining. A house and sis acres, the house 5 rooms, comparatively new, for sale. Applyto T. F. Corbin, Cane Valley, K.y. 50 22-t- I have 208 Acres Of Land 1920- . WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, AT TEN O'CLOCK f Dr. O. P. Miller and wife visited in Campbellsville the middle of last week Mr. R. B. DeLend, Chattanooga, was in Columbia a few days since I In Our New Location. Young & Jones and joining Goff Bros, Store. We are prepared to gum your saws, grind your plow points, axes, etc. T. G. Kasner & Son. You Can Save Money. By buying your bicycle from us. We keep a full line of repair parts. T. G. Rasner & Son. Formerly occupied by ,' I Mrs. Caroline Jeffries was quite sick last week. Better at this writing. Mrs. Bettie Hutchison remains in a critical condition, at her home, Co-bur- Opirell BSffTiHilSa I V .nPSRT (not solo in LebLOCATION WashinKton County, Five Miles of Springfield, Seven Miles of anon BarbourB Mill Pike Right at Simstown. Dwelling, two porches, two hall. Store room IMPROVEMENTS Nine-rootobacco barns. cribs-t-wo New stock barn, 50x64-c- orn 30x50, blacksmith shop-Ga- rage foot boxing, three good tnnant houses. Most all buildings new. 52x72 and 36x60-- 20 19 This farm is right on pike, lays well and splendid land. Lots of tobacco land. acres for tobacco this year. Never failing water, good fence. clover and 60 Acres Blue Grass sod' 55 acres clover, 40 acres wheat sown to m ?! '3 H ;s I A JJ i g. stores) - Mr. Hugh Kichardson, of Oklahoma is visiting his mother and brother here. Milwauka, Mr. . F. Carnaham, Wis., was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. Mr. J. W. Saltsman, who handles fertilizers, was here the latter part last week. Mr. Jas W. Buchanan, Campbellsville, was here one day the latter part of last week. of Mr. Coy E. which is fitted to your individual needs in your own home by a trained corsetiere. Let me call and explain the possibilities of tasteful, correct dress in a Spirella. You incur no obligation. Telephone or send postcard to HAS WINTER WORN YOU Dudegon, Lebanon, called upon theJColumbia merchants a few days since Mr. Walter Crady, of the Price You must pay jour last year acChemical Company,' Louisville, was count, so I can pay mine. You must' here last Thursday. not ask for another credit unless you is with the Colum- have paid your 1919 account. Mr. Eros Barger bus, Ohio, team this season He is 22-W. I. Ingram. now in Memphis practicing. Notice. Mr. Geo. Miller, of Jeffersonville, Ind , is visiting at the home of D. E Notice is hereby given that A. O. Phelps. Young and others will, on Monday Mrs. Lawrence Crandell (nee Miss the 5th day of April. 192Q, it being Georgia Faulkner) of Jacksonville, the first day of the regular term of Fia , is visiting her parents. the Adair County Court, file in said Mrs. A. H. Ballard, who has1?een court, a petition asking the opening at Camp Knox with her husband for and establishment of a public road in some time, has returned home. Adair County, Kentucky, which road T. S. Dowell, with the News-Jou- r is more particularly described, as folwas in Columbia lows: Beginning at a point in the Conal, Campbellsville, Sunday, enroute to Russell Springs. lumbia and Jamestown road, near Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of Zion Church, running thence in an Appeals, is at home for a two weeks Easternly direction across the lands stay. The Court is taking, a recess. of Mrs ftlollie Willis, H. G. and Dora Young, R. O. Cabbeil, Lswis Young, Mr. E. T. Kemper, who has been Robert Bailey, A O. Young, Ben here for several months, left last Hutchinson, J. W. Gabbert, R A week for Lexington and other points Montgomery, J. B. Montgomery, R. in Kentucky. B. Reeves, Josh Montgomery, Howard Master Wm. Tcdd, a little son of Leacrxand Green Reynolds to a point Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jeffries, who in the Columbia and Russell Springs was quite sick last week, has very road, near New Clear Spring School much improved. house, a distance of about three miles, Rev. W. E. Burdette and wife, of and will on said day ask said court to Ohio county, visited at the home of appoint viewers and to enter and Mrs. Bnrdette's father, Mr. Tildeu make such orders and judgment as is Wilcoxsou, last. week. necessary for the opening and establishing said road as a public road. 'Miss Lula Todd, who is at Bowling Giveu under our hands this the 10th tfireen, is perceptively better, and day of March, 1920 there has been a change for the better t A. O. Young. condition. 2t Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, Agent, Ky. Columbia, That Sickness Lingers, or Strain of Caring for Others Makes Spring Das Dangerous GET BACK YOUR STRENGTH timothy, 10 acres formats, 55 acres for corn. into several tracts and sold to suit Now Listen: This farm will be the bidders, You Can Get Just' the Number of Acres You Want. sell it Look Carefully, before sale day and decide just what you want, we will that way. k This will be ABSOLUTE SALE. We will make a deed to the man who bidsjast. Every bid a valid bona fide bid ' IMMEDIATE POSSESSION of faam and of dwelling and store May 1st. TERMS: One third cash, balance 5 yearly payments. 12 months time on personal paoprty. 3 milch At the same time Mr. Brown will s" 11 12 mites, one lady broke mare, 100 bushels oats. 20,000 cows, 2 steers, 50 hogs, 3 sows and pigs, 800 bushels of corn, engine and cutting box, binder, wheat tobacco sticks, portable corn crib, a lot of lumber, drill, mower, wagons, plows', sear. This is one of the "BIG SALEL," Don't fall to come. W. For moreinformation and to show you the farm see Mr. Brown on the farm, Phone us our cars are ready for you. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at Danville. sub-divide- d v m S u H 4 Red Blood Means Old-tim- e and Pepto-Manga- n Vigor Builds sw BROAD TJioTOincr with tractors and double Marriage jli:enses Issued since our shovelsia now in full blast through- last report. Basil Richards and Ada out the county, and in the adjoining F. Parson; Geo. H. Redford and Rosa counties. "We noticed a number of tractors in action last Wednesday, L Brockman; Herbert Muncie and Mollis. Baldwin. and they sure turn the ground. For Sale. Fiscal Court will meet next week. Pure Bred Plymouth Rock For Sale. Rich, Red Blood Perhaps you've been ill this winter or others in the family have, and you've worn yourself out with extra burdens. And now your strength is slow to return. Week after week you've felt too tired for anything, and have looked it, too color bad, eyes dull, and no enthusiasm. - t When you don't feel well you are not well.' Probably what you need right now is the good blood tonic, Physicians every n where recommend for anemic people. Ask your n doctor about it. sup Pepto-Mangan. The Real Estate Man. of LANCATER, KY., "Who Always Sells." ph, THm MrTtnrTraii- ''' T. F, CORBIN CANE VALLEY, KY., & 22-2- One 1918 Model Ford Touring car Robert C. Neat. Eggs, Pope and Pope strain. W. D. Murrah, for $2.00. 20-13- 1 5 1 Elkhorn, Ky Pepto-Manga- Auctioneer and Dealer In Real Estate. Your- - run-dow- Pepto-Manga- the things that people Jack. It puts iron and vigor in the blood. It paints the cheeks in Nature's way, and restores the rfearty appetite. f The blood is naturally sluggish in the Spring and the whole family would profit by taking plies blood-starve- d Pepto-Manga- Business LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE 'Are twin conservators of the HOME MAN-POWE- which tones up and builds up. It is pleasant-tastinand soon makes you feel better. Your own druggist has it ready for your call, and in .both liquid and tablet form, just'as you preg Alva Grider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. OFFICEr Room 19, Patterson Building 1 Ti Life Insurance protects from R LOSS of the That earns the daily bread. Fire Insurance protects from LOSS of POSSESSIONS in Miss Verna's 22-2- ask for it by "Gude's One Grist Mill, Engine, Crusher, Look for the name "Gude's' Pruett & Jarvis, Campbellsville, last Emery stand, one emery wheel, line on the package. Advertisement. Saturday. shaft, 4 pullies, 5 belts, and one wood Pendleton,, manager of saw. good as new. , All for 8225. Hi. T..W. Attention is called to the remedy W. H. Cundiff, Heraline, Ky. paper of the. K; W. Medi the Cumberland Grocery Company, in " was here last wek, check Lebanon, clot Co.. genuinePepto-Mangan- Mrs. H. W. Depp, Misses Edna Lewis and Corrlne Breeding and Mr. Leon Lewis, attended the sale of Taylor For Sale. fer. But to be certain that yon get the , the full name, Pepto-Mangan- ." That shelter and comfort. : to-da- MONDAY. THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBUC DAYS. I Gh "The Service Agency" Insurance in all lis Branches. R REED, Kentucky. Columbia; 22-2- 1; IV i fe c 9 W S I. w 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. 1920, will deal with a 4400400 0 . "v "N CLOTHING The whole world is now in a frenzy of discontent. In the old world new partieB with new policies, each striving for controle, are walking hand in hand with the spectre of distrust, where they are not already dying in the flame of fratricidal war. 00 000000000000s 0 0 0 $ 0 SHOES 0 0 A In the United States profiteering has become a science, all sense of vulues is gone' Bolshevism is raising its vicious head, and labor and capital, by passing the buck, each to the other, are leaving the middle class bearing the brunt of the burden. s It is a. critical period through which this world is passing, and the whole-soule- d one that demands interest of every thinking man and woman in this world. You can not perform your duties as a citizen of this country unless you think right; you can not think right 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 self-- e cedent proof that it is considered the best paper by the most people. The Louisville Herald gives you the news from the AssociatedPress, 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. Albin Murray Columbia, fi - - - .- - Ke ntfucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. GENERAL MERCHANDISE B 000000000000000000000000 Laying Blame On 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Labor. THE DAILY-- BY MAIL. Kentucky, any postoffice in diana and Tennessee. 1 LOUISVILLE Kentucky's HERALD EVERYTHING IN One of the commonest ways Greatest Newspaper. for manufacturers to escape the odium of the high cost of their 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. jrffc ?' - $1.40 50c Ma3 the following coupon with remittance at once. Don't be without The Herald for a simgle day: Enclosed Find Check For Postoffice Order Express Order $. $ $ State Terms Here 1 Year 3 Mos-- . . 6 Mos IMo... THE LOUISVILLE HERALD PER YEAR $5.00. " " 1.50. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS N TOTAL $6.50. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ,v: $6.00. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST "A new note products is to lay the blame to the high cost of labor. Mr. Ethel-be- rt Stewart, an acknowledged authority on statistics has recentAlso Ellwood and American Fence. ly gotten the price of skilled labor in six of the largest shoe manufacturing plants. He says prior to 1914 it cost for labor 37 CO- cents to make a pair of shoes. This kind of labor has been adIncorporated vanced 65 per cent so that now 116 Caal rjatket Street- Between First and Brook the labor on a pair of shoes costs Louisville, Ky. 68 cents. The leather of a pair of men's shoes now costs $2.61 cents. This will make each pair of shoes sfcmd the manufacturer $3.29, yet when they reach the man who buys them he has to iSOSOJOBGS- absolutely pay $12.00. There is no excuse for this enormous pro fit to be added by the manufacturer and the retailer. The people can't be much longer deceived by laying the blame for the high cost of what we buy on the laboring man. Elizabethtown News. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. ROOFING Stael Fence Posts - DEHLEP BROS. MS$$$$$ W. T. PRICE $$$$$$$$$ SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES we've struck it" Chesterfield 5Q&3t Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. xmk ammm y W- W' -, .sharps' "flats", but my I how Chesterfields do "Satisfy!" n Six ships have been held up in the Panama Canal by a landslide. $X$S v COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. e $S &&X$Q&$& $ of fine Turkish and Domestic cos, harmoniously blended that's Chesterfield! tobacAH A delightful selection ! Used 40 Columbia Barber Shop Years X.O"5T -- Work Guaranteed Office: next door to pose office. Si 5c X.O"WE Gen. Henry T. Allen, of Keny GARDUI S V The Woman's Toalc Sold A Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction'and Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. tucky commands the American troops on the Rhine. GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB S . Evwywhf OUR WORK IS UP-TO-DA- TE Job Work turned out promptly. Give V us a trial and be convinced. Work guaranteed First-cla- ss V ,. r IB COUNTY N'EWS For CROUP, COLDS, aiir- "I help take the tire out of tire trouble" Chesterfield Even T IGHT up! Attaboy! seems Ll the toughest job easier if vou can "draw5' on Chesterfield. Those fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos- - and that can't -- be -- copied Chesterfield which reference is made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with 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. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mothers should keep a lar of Bramc'3 Vapoaentfca Salrc coorenient. When Croup. Influenza or Pneumonia threatens this delightful ealrc rubbed well Into the throat, chest and under tlw arms, will reliere the chokinz. brzak congestion and promote rctful atep. INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA - 3V. Or, SS'" SALVE waits; mi x JT.J TwueiXrusCo. prar Twaa $1.20 U U arm t K 'Vilkesbo t Y N. Cm j I seal prtjaH by you could buy a friend f or $5.00 a year and locol problems, one whose vies would command as much respect, for instance, as that received by the editorial page of the Louisville Courier-Journa- l: blend "satisfy" as no other blend o tobaccos ever did. before The Senate probe committee on ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT the Kentucky Feeble Minded InOF KENTUCKY. stitute exonerated the manageW. J. Bottoms etc Pltff ) vs ment from all blame, while deC. C. Bottoms etc Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Or ploring conditions in which existder of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ed on account of money shortage. rendered at the March Term, thereof, !- a friend with stimulating ideas on national 1920, ) -i gg ing County Court), upon a credit of COMMISSIONER'S SALE. six months, the following described COUNTIES property, to wit: A certain tract of ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT lying in Adair County Ky., near J. M. WOLFORD, OF KENTUCKY. land containing Office, Absher Post ) Eva Dixon & Others Pltff CASEY CREEK, KY. 82 0 acres and bounded on the vs f & Others Deft ) Trabue Shearer North by the lands of Nick Thoma?, By virture of a Judgment and Order Ben Thomas, Demp Rice on the East of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- by the County Road, on the South by Mr. Bryan in a letter to a Nedered at the March Term, thereof, A. B. Corbin and on the West by the braska friend says he is not a 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro- lands of Sallie T. Butler, fully deceed to offer for sale at the Court- scribed by meets and bounds in the candidate for President and has in Columbia, Ky., to the pleadings and judgment in the above house door no purpose to become a candithe highest bidder, at Public Auction, styled action to which reference is date, but would only accept if it on Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, made. For the purchase price, the was demanded of him. at One o'clock p. m. or thereabout purchaser, with approved surety or County Court), upon a credit securities, must execute Bond, bear (being of six months the following described ing legal interest from the day of sale A certain tract of until paid, and having the force and property, land lying in Adair County, Ky., on effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be the waters of Pelham Branch of Rus- prepared to comply promptly with COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Veterinary Surgeon and Deniist sell's Creek containing 48 acres more these terms. or less. Said land is fully described Spaslal attention given Diseases of a W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT! in the judgment and pleadings in the OF KENTUCKY. Domestic Animals above styled action, and is same land COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Jo Green Burton & others Plff ) Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on deeded by James W. Squires and wife vs Will Hector Burton others Deft ) by deed to Mary Shearer and others Jamestownjjroad. CIRCUIT COURT By virture of a Judgment and Order of date Jan. 16th, 1893 and of record ADAIR OF KENTUCKY. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- Phone:il4 G. in Deed Book No. 8, Page 298 of the ) W. Cofer & others Pltff. dered at the March Term, thereof, Columbia, Ky. Adair County Court Clerk's Office, to E. vs 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro) whicn reference is made. For the Alzora Stanley Yanhoy Deft ceed to offer fo resale at the CourtBy virture of a Judgment and Orpurchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, house door in Columbia Ky., to the execute Bond, bearing legal interest rendered at the March Term, thereof, highest bidder, at Public Auction, on from the day of sale until paid, and 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro Monday, the 5th day of April, 1920, having the force and effect of a Judg- ceed to offer for sale at. the Court- at One o'clock p. m , or thereabout ment. Bidders will be prepared to house door in Columbia, Kentucky to being County Court), upon r credit of comply promptly with these terms. the highest bidder, at Public Auction, six months, the following described A certain tract Jof on Monday, the 5th day of April, property W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. land lying in Adair County, Ky and 1920, at One o'clock, p. m. or there COMMISSIONER'S SALE. about (being County Court), upon a is described as follows: Lot No. 2 of credit of six months, the following 22 acres," 1 rod and 24 poles as describADAIR CIRCUIT COURT . A certain ed in a division of the Lands of Louisa described property, it OF KENTUCKY. tract or parcel of land containing 413 Burton deceased, between her chilMany thousands of women suffering from dren. Beginning on the Stanford M. Janes & Wife Pltff ) J. acres lying in Adair County, Kenvs womanly trouble, have tucky on the waters of Bear House road where Isaiah Burton's line crossT. C. Janes & others Deft been benefited by the use By virture of a Judgment and Order Branch of Caney Fork of Russell's es said road, a small white oak mark of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters fully described in the plead- ed as a pointer corner to Montgomery, of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- Creek, we receive, similar to this thence with said Montgomery's line dered at the March Term, thereof, ings and Judgment in the above styled one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell, and said road S 50 W 50 poles to a ofHayne.N.C. "I could 1920, in the above cause, 1 sha'l pro- action, and being the same land deednot stand on my feet, and Court- ed by Hiram M. Coffer and others to stone in said roadjeorner to Lot No. 1, ceed to offer for sale at the just suffered terribly," house door in Columbia, Ky., to the Lydia A. Cofer by Deed bearing date thence with a linejof said Lot S 15 she says. "As my suffering was so great, and on 22nd day of November 1878 and of rec- E 76 poles to a stone, thence N 55 E highest bidder, at Public Auction, he had tried other remeMonday the 5th day of April, 1920, at ord in Deed Book No. 1, page 28, of 43 poles to a branch and ash and two had us dies, Dr. beech trees marked as pointers, thence One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (be- the Adair County Court Clerk's Office, get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured ing County Court),upon a credit of six to which reference is made. For the up said branch N 13 W 9 poles NJ24 E me. I know, and my purchase price, the purchaser, with 25 poles to mouth of small branch, months, the following described doctor knows, what CarA certain tract or parcel of approved surety or securities, must thence up said small branch N 19 W dui did for me, for my nerves and health were by Lawson M. Janes at bis execute Bond, bearing legal interest 20 poles to a White Oak stump, C. land owned about gone." Burton's corner, thence W 21 poles to death, lyidgin Adair County, Ky., on from the day of sale until paid, and the dividing waters of Leatherwood having the force and effect of a Judg- a black gum, thence N 32 poles to the TAKE and Harrods Fork of Crocus Creek, ment. Bidders will be prepared to beginning. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety containing 158.231 acres fully described comply promptly with these terms. or securites, must execute Bond, bearby meets and bounds in the judgment W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. ing legal interest from day of sale unin the above styled action and in a surCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. til paid, and having the force and efvey on file in same, to which reference fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be is made. For the purchase price, the prepared to comply with these terms. purchaser with approved surety or se- ADAIR CIRCUIT COUET W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. OF KENTUCKY. curities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale un- Nancy J. Simpson etc Pltff ) She writes furthers 1 vs am in splendid health . . . til paid, and having the fore and ) J. Ai Stayton etc Deft can do my work. I feel I of a Judgment. Bidders will be A. By virture of a Judgment and Orowe it to Cardui, for I was prepared to comply promptly with der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, runthese terms. rendered at the March Term, thereof, down and weak, or suffer JW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 1920, in the above cause, I shall profrom headache, backache, DEALER IN ceed to offer for sale at the Courtetc., every month, try COMMISSIONER'S SALE. house door in Columbia, Kentucky, to GARFORD TRUCKS Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medithe highest bidder, at Public Auction, cine for the good it has h 2, 3h, AND 5 TON ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT on Monday the 5th day of April, 1920, done thern, and many OF KENTUCKY. at One o'clock p. m., or thereabout For Low Cost per Ton, Mile physicians who have Used (being County Court), upon a credit Ethel Weatherford etc Pltff. Cardui successfully with vs SEE their women patients, for of six months the following described Josephine Brockman etc years, endorse this mediA certain tract of By v)rture of a Judgment and Order property, cine. Think what it means of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- land lying in Adair County, Kenfo be in splendid health, Casey Creek, Ky. dered at the March Term, thereof, tucky, on the waters of Casey and like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro Mill Creeks and containing 72.4 acres more or less, and adjoining the lands ceed to offer for sale at the CourtAll house door in Columbia, Ky., to the of Milburn Wolford, and W. C. and THE NEWS is $1.50 J72 highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Cassie Ford and is fully described by $2.00 per year. Send in Monday, the 6th day of April, 1920, at meets and bounds by survey on file subscription once. One o'clock p. m ,,or thereabout- - (be- - herein and judgment and pleadtogs, to to-wi- 13-16- to-wi- t: in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court house 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 property A certain tract of land lying in Adair County Ky., on the waters of Green River and containing 114 acres more or less, said tract adjoins the lands of H. EL Bottom, P. K. Jones, Pink Dunbar's heirs and Harvey Sanders, and is fully described by meets and bounds in pleading and judgment herein to which reference is made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and t. having the force and effect of a J Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Cofiey, Master Commissioner. t: udg-men- AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIR and ADJOINING i a friend who would meet you early in the day and tell you in a concise, authoritative way aobut every important world event during the preceding twenty-fou- r hours, quoting what the New York Times was printing the 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; a friend who would sit down while you were eatiDg 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 , 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 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. If you only COULD buy a friend like that, and for $5.00 a year. You Couldn't Spend the Money Too Quickly, Yet , this person might. Its opinions always are worth The daily Courier-Journ- al is ready to do all that care- L. H. Jones ful 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. Hut Best of All We Are Now Able To Offer THE DAILY COURIERJOURNAL And The ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH 1 YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00 to-wi- t: Health About Gone This offerjappiies 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 substitue The Louisville Times for The Courier-JournaSend or bring your orders to the office of the l. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, Columbia, Ky. to-w- Res. Phone 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- Dr. J. N. Murrell -- 1 DENTIST RY Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY prop-erty.tow- it: Lincoln's Advice. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ef-fe- ot F. SCOTT - :i to-wi- t: A. F. SCOTT, Abraham Lincoln gave some pretty good advice when he said; "Teach economy. That is one of the first and highest virtues. It begins with the savine of money.'' It would be interesting to know just now many parents in this country have waked up to the fact that the teachers in our schools have organized their pupils into Thrift Clubs and are giving systematic instruction in Thrift and Saving. If you are a parent, let your child's teacher know you appreciate this training being given for success and prosperity. And do not forget it is a duty of every parent to set his child a wise example. When did you buy your last War Savings Stamp? Transporting perishable commodities like poultry, butter and eggs over 100 mile3 over all kinds of rutty roads, brick pavement and through Illinois mud from 15 to 20 inches deep is not the easiest problem in the world, and to the Frank Produce Company of Lincoln, it offered a source of worry that corrugated the brow of H. L. Atlas, proprietor of the company. His accountant finally told him that the solid tired trucks in use were ousting more in depreciation and upkeep than they earned. On the verge of deciding to return to vehicles, Mr. Atlas bought a new truck equipped with Goodyear cord pneumatids. Now he writes enthusiastically that in 12 months he has spent nothing on repairs, carries heavy overloads on the same poor roads, his gas and oil consumption has decreased 30 percent and he 13 able to retain drivers because they are not tired out each night from the jolting they got from vehicle. the solid-tire- d horse-draw- n Senator Stanley is one of thirteen Democratic Senators who may vote against the Peace' Treaty if the Lodge reservations are adopted. . Williams Martin Williams of . and Druggists your at Alabama lias been appointed by But for the Sheriff of New Wilson as Commission- -' Albany a mob would have lynch- President, ed a negro in that city for an as- er of Internal .Revenue to sac--. ced D. C. Roper, resigned. sault upon a white woman. , 5rw 8 - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. DR. RICHARDS' WORDS SHOW WHY TRUTONA OVERCOMES A DELCOLIGHTi ELECTRICITY FOR EVERY FARM BAD AFTER EFFECT Of "FLU" Tonic," at "An Appetizer, System Builder, Sirengthener and Real Nerve Prominent Physicain Declares of Perfect Preparation-WhAll "Flu Victims Need. . "As an appetizer, strengthened ' system builder and real nerve tonic, I can heartily recommend and commend Trutona." Dr. J. Richards, the prominent Tennessee physician, in making the foregoing statement, has really pronounced Trutona a remarkable treatment for overcoming serious after ef fects of influenza, pneumonia and the. - Ind., man who lives at ,418 South Pearl Street, enthusiastically praising the reconstructive powers of Trutona says: (DELCO-LIG- Hl I pf A YEAR'S ABUSE IN 7 DAYS ALL LIGHT CAR ROAD RECORDS SMASHED like." Victims of these dreaded winther maladies, after recovering" from an attack, almost invariably find themselves possessed of little or no appetite and their systemi in a dreadfully weakened, rundown and nervous state. Considering Dr. Eichords' words it Is easy to understand why Trutona has proven such a remarkable remedy lor overcoming these bad after effects. "An appetizer, strength ener, system builder and ireal nerve tonic" these are the qualifications that have won for Trutona the unstinted praised of thousands of unfortunate influenza and pneumonia victims who have regained their health through the Perfect Tonic. "WHAT OTHERS SAY" Mike Hamilton, a traction company employe and well known Terre Haute, can hardly realize how much over in summer, no slipping belts, no magneta good Trutona's done for me in ridding to contend with, no grease cups. Only one place my system of the after effects of influenza. I certainly feel diCerent to oih will five hours on one gallon of coal can highly nowadays and I a four cycle engine oil. overhead especially as an after-th- o valves. flu medicine.J' Harry Lee, 1661 Gallagher street, Automatic and stop. 40 lights, 32 volts, Ky., "a sufferer from the Louisville, 20 candle power. If you need more power and s of pneumonia, says: "I've more we have from $350.00 pounds and feel gained twenty-eigh- t on up. fine now just like a new man, taking If interested write for catalogue, or call on Trutona," all of which is surely conclusive proof of Trutona's merit. "I've found Trutona to be very efof ficient in overcoming after-effecinfluenza," declares Mrs. Iva Gates, a Peru, Ind., woman of 155 Canal Street. There are scores of other similar and interested in raising the Owensby. statements and they prove conclusivenecessary amount. If we let ly that there is no better preparation Health of this section is very this opportunity pass, it will be s of sor the treatment of pneumonia, influenza, eeep colds and good all those having the 'flu" a long time before we have anthe like than Trutona, the Perfect having recovered. other such. Give us river transTonic. After a few pretty days the portation, good pikes through Trutoua is sold in Columbia, at farmers will be busily engaged the county, and old Russell will Adv Paull Drug Co. "I light used for light and power, air cooled, no water to freeze in winter, no water to boil Delco 1 run recom-mendTruton- a, It's with At Indianapolis last week one of the new Overland 4 stock cars was driven 5,452 miles continuously in seven days and nights, over frozen country roads-an- d finished ready to do it again. This is an average of 772 miles per day; more lhan 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 start after-effect- want lights them 4. COMPANY ts HENRY MILLER, Columbia, Ky., or Wi T. STRONG, OampbellBville. Ky. Q. M. STEVENSON, Agent, Columbia, Kentucky. well-know- n after-effect- Before Buying Come A Bicycle. The Wm. Garrett Conover For Sale. Farm and look over our line. We have a good line second hand and new wheels. All second hand wheels have been completely over hauled and re built. First to ' buy gets the choice. T. G. Rasner & Son. On County Court day, Apr. 5, 1920. At the Courthouse door. At the above place and date we have authority to sell and will sell at the highest bid the above named farm This farm lies on the Springfield road about Notice. f mile above Cheatham Bridge, on the Campbellsville pike, and about 3 All discharged soldiers come to my miles from town. Consists of about office at once, if you want to apply 100 acres, with house and barn and for a pension plenty of the best water. Terms will , C. T. Stults be made known on day of sale. W. H. Cundiff, Get your horse feed at E. E. P. V. Cundiff, Cheatham's Barn. Geo B. Cheatham. f 20-- 6t 21-- 3t Wanted Five white girls to in board. work wages and room and Hotel good Write Hardesty Hotel. Lebanon, Ky. I sitting 2STo Buff Orpington eggs for sale. SI 00 Call Mrs. Finis Phelps, 75 J. I 22-2- t 4 r - s i Spend $10.00 I know you don't need How to any- 7 .9 ' body to tell you how to spend your money, you say. But wait a minute do you get ten dollars' worth of food values when you spend ten dollars for food? Sort of subtle, yes? Well, you get the answer in in turning the soil. We were indeedsorry to .learn of the death of Miss Phillips, who was to have soon become Mrs. Leslie J. B. Smith, but are glad to know Columbians so fortunate as to secure Bro. Smith as pastor of the Baptist church. Uncle Ben Allen.merchant and miller of the north end of town, so as to be better prepared td take care of tne traveling public, is having his upper store house moved and built to nis dwelling which will hereafter be known as "Uncle Ben's Hotel." Robert Leach, Finis Leach and others, are doing the work with a stump puller. Mr. W. J. Lawless, who is a veteran of the Civil War and one of the oldest men of the community, is in feeble health. On March 13th. friends and neighbors to the number of 26, met at the home of Mr. James Dunbar, to honor Mrs. Mary Ann Williams 65 th birthday also Mrs. Oda Kearns 34th birthday. A nice dinner was served and the day very much enjoyed by all ' present. Mr. E. L. blossom as the rose in spring time. . . In a clash between miners and guards in Harlan county four were killed including a Deputy Sheriff. 184 ACRES , Washington County Land. The Farm of W. D. Purdom AT AUCT ION HERE IS A GOOD ONE This Tuesday. April 6, f920. AT TEN O'CLOCK, A .M. Will be sold in Two Tracts 60 Acres and 124 Acres. LOCATION On Springfield and Perryville pike, 5 miles from Springfield. is a splendid pike and the land is in a fine section of fertile land. This farm has been taken care of and is ready for crops. Eight-roocottage, with yard to pike, Cistern, Tobacco IMPROVEMENTS m barn, 40x96, Brand new Stock Barn, 60x60, concrete foundation, cost $3;000.00. Stock tenant house. Good orchard. Everscales, garage, cribs, and all outbuildings. Three-rooV lasting stock water. m i Forty acses in Grass sod. Reece, owner and 20 acres to go in corn, 14 acres for tobacco, Balance in grass. Under good fence. Re, 20 acres Blue GENTLEMAN x 3-- ISe COUNTRY What I'm leading up to subtly is that you should start next week to read a series of articles about I guess I won't tell you, after all, what it's about. Read this issue and see ! I will tell you this much: Look for an article by R. M. Cleveland, with a cartoon by Edwin Marcus and see what the woman in the picture has bought with her ten ten-spot proprietor of Farmers Woolen Mill, will soon have a modern home, having just recently an furnace --player-piano. and a new $800 en-stall- ed This farm is up to sell for the "High Dollar" wi tout reserve, by bid or limit. Remember I "ALWAYS SELL" and JUST AS ADVERTISED. xNo ma,trr what you pay for uhis land on April 6th, you will sell at a profit if you up-to-da- te, want to. -- , . ' Mr. Reed Antle, a prosperous r, farmer and stock trader, was in this section a few Mont-pelie- days, ago. As Congress has appropriated money to buy the sites and build two locks in Russell County, on This is a "Corking" good farm look it over. At the same time Mr. Purdom will sell a lot of personal property, consisting in part of three good mules. 1 horse, 5 milch cows, 3 calves, 35 shoats, 2 brood sows, 15 sheep, 100 bales hay, 40 barrelf corn, 2 wheat drills, 1 Deering mower, 1 Eeering binder, 2 Cultivators, 1 Pulverizer, Corn Drill, Plows, Harrows, Gears, etc. Now this farm is rented in part to FIRST-CAAS-S possession subject to tenants contracts. TENANTS on shares. Im-med- ite i At A are to let me advise your spending ten, as aforesaid, for food, and one to pay for a year's !-- !. sr I. dollars. Then go and spencTyour the same way. It will pay you. . . . And really you need eleven dollars if you week for I'll have the postman deliver it to you every Thursday for a wholcycai for only $1.00. subscription for THE Country Gentleman. You need not be. without it from week to That's Less Than Two Cents a Week! CHARLOTTE B. EUBANK, Phone No. 143 B. Columbia, Kentucky. ( 31 i 9 As nuaorijed tabseriptfea repeeeatatie of 52m-$L- M msrtK&irSMgM US -- $L75 S2 brats $2.60 Cumberland river, provided this this county will guarantee to pay for land covered by water, a meeting was held in the court house at Jamestown, Saturday night the 20 th. inst., whereby Rev. H. B. Gwinn, was elected chairman protem in the absence of Hon. Lilburn Phelps, who is permanent chairman. Mr. Walter McKinney, was elected secretary. The purpose of the meeting was to call the future meetings iand. getr'our citizens 'together Easy Terms. Get busy Look at this farm and be at the sale. For further particulars see tenant at farm, Mr. Purdom, at Springfield; W. E. w Mosb or R. A. Dever at my office in Danville. PHONE US our cars as ready to meet you ay where. SWI NEB ROAD Lancaster, The Real Estate Man Kentucky. u