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The Adair County news: April 21, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920042101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: April 21, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. A&air Counta 5foutB VOLUME XXIII A- - it - , COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, (920. Suicide Near Greensburg. NUMBEI 26, A Sad Death. r 0jL NEWS. A Lamentable Death. To Our Friend. , Died in Oklahoma. The death of Mrs. Amanda English, in Guthrie, Oklahoma, on the 15th of March, removed from earthly existence, a most highly esteemed Christian Lady to a home of eternal rest. She made her home with her son, John in the city above mentioned and 'passed away from the infirmities of age being seventy-nin- e years and, seven months old at her death. Mrs. English's maiden name was Amanda Royse, and was born in Adais county, Aug. 15th, 1840. Sha was married to Charles H. English, la Feb., 1869, and to this union six chilr drea were born, four of whom stflL n, English, of survive, being-Robt- . Mrs. Lora Bryant, Marrowbone, Mrs. Ida Garrett and John H. English, of Guthrie, Okla. Also step children as follows, Mrs. Lee Johnson and Mr. Charles English, of Warren county Ky., and Mr. J. A. English, of West Point, Miss. Mrs. English's husband preceded her to the eternal land many years ago, since which time she has made her home with her son, as above stated. In early life she united with the Methodist Church, and lived a consistent member until her departure, with a faith that could not be shaken. It was a fitting circumstance that Rev. Crockett Paull, formerly from Cumberland county, preached the funeral discourse of this most excellent old lady, and his friend in former years. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery in the city of her adopted home and the world has one less christian life to illuminate the moral life in which she lived. She had reached a ripe age, reared her children under noble Instruction and lived a life worthy of emulation. May the Giver of All Good ble3s the sorrowing, and may they emulate her christian virtues is the wish and hope of the writer. A Friend. Mill-tow- sad and very sadden death occurred at; the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones, Greensburg street, this city, last Wednesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, their daughter, Elizabeth, aged twenty-thre- e years succumbing to an of appendicitis. attack Only a few people in Columbia knew of her illness, though she had been complaining for several weeks, but it was not thought that her illness was of a serious nacure. Some hours before her death the doctor informed the family of the nature of her affliction, and that she could not recover, and d&ath came at the hour above mentioned. She was a young lady of pleasing disposition and was popular with all her associates. Being the youngest of a family of five children, she was a favorite, and her going" away was heartrending. She was exceedingly modest, never engaged in frivolity, her ladylike demeanor bringing favorable comments. A girl leaving such a character will be greatly missed, not only by her sorrowing parents, 4ud a loving brother and three sisters, but by all who knew her. One of the sad features of this death, she was to have been married in a very short time to Mr. Tillet Wethington, son of Mr. Eugene Weth-ingtowho was employed at Detroit, Mich. He was notified and arrived Thursday night, and at 9 o'clock Friday morning the funeral was held at the residence and the interment was in the city cemetery. The religious services were conduct ed by Eld. Z. T. Williams, and at the conclusion all that was mortal of this good girl was laid to rest, a large number of sympathizing relatives and friends being present. The floral offerings were beautiful. A. n, BT B.'T. KKMPEtt. V The Roy Petroleum Company. Covington, KyM are progressing nicely with their wall on the" John Rector farm, onDamron's Creek, in the east ern part of Adair; County, and it is confidently expected, they will have something goodin the way of produc tion to report in the near future. -- ' These people control considerable acreage inAdalr,.and they will push development herd as fast as possible. Western people are turning their eyes toward Kentucky fields, as ev idenced .by certain parties from OklaMr. W. E. Todd, brother of the dehoma closing a big deal a few days since whereby they acquired several ceased, left at once for Bowling Green leases, and some production, in Allen to perfect arrangements for the reCounty, involving the sum of $150,000. turn of the body. It reached here It is the general opiniodof well posted Monday afternoon and was conveyed oil men all over the country that Ken- to the home. Many friends had gathtucky is destined to be one of the ered to pour words of consolation into most profitable fields to be found any- the'hearts of aged and almost heartwhere, and Adair County comes in broken parents and loving sisters and for its share of the interest being brother- - Miss Lula was a fine gyoung woman, a splendid manager and has manifested. been a great help to her father and The Carnanan Tin Plate and Sheet days. N Company, of Canton, Ohio, who mother, who have passed th age of We are succeeded, by The R. L. On account of ill health we desire to brouglio in a nice well near Creelsboro, activity. Words of sympathy have fbeen Davis Hardware Co., and we have sell our store and stock of goods at recently, are arranging to move a not a doubt but it will use all its ef Joppa, Ky. Consisting of general merdrilling rig to a point near Zion's heard on all corners in Columbia, and forts to conduct the business in a chandise. Good location, on JamesChurch, a few miles east of Columbia, many town people attended the last most satisfactory manner. We take town road 6 miles from Columbia. where development will be pushed sad rites. The funeral was held at pleasure in commending the new firm, Any one wishing to engage in such business will call on or write at once. forward as fast as possible. This the residence Tuesday, all the neighnot only to the people of Adair counI J. Willau & Son. looks like good territory for the liquid, borhood being in attendance. The ty, but to all the adjoining counties. and some good reports are expected interment was in the Murray graveMr. Davis has a large acquaintance, Our readers will be pleased to know yard. from that locality soon. May God in his infinite wisdom com- and he is known to be a courteous that the bright J. B. Colt Lights sold Forty cent gasoline, wholesale, is gentleman His three by the late Daniel Boone have not onand high-tone- d predicted within the next ninety fort the heart- - broken p arents, brothsons, Shreve, Fred and Owen, who ly been proven practical and uptodate days, on account of the great short- er and sisters. While they can not are with him, are industrious, ac- for house and barn lighting purposes, age now confronting this country. again see their dear one in the flesh, commodating, and popular young but a farmer's wife in the Our daily production is 11,000,000 gal- they can by living close to God, see men. Miss Mollie Caldwell, who is Bliss Community has found them a lons, and we are consuming daily her in the celestial city. Her sister, Miss Yerna, yet remains interested, is known as one of Adair great protection against Burglars and something like 14,000,000 gallons. county's best young women. theft. Being aroused by a great Columbia dealers are now selling gas- in a critical condition at Bowling As we see it, prosperity awaits the squall and commotion in the poultry Green. oline at 34c per gallon. house at the dead hour of night, she Miss Lula was a devout member of new firm. The Roy Petroleum Co have struck Mr. Sam Suddarth recently receivYery truly, quietly and thoughtftlly turned on Presbyterian Church, Rev. B. T. the For Sale. ed a letter from his cousin, Maj. Evan a fine flow of gas on the John Smyley Watson officiating Horace Jeffries, the "Bright Light" on the back porch at the funeral, T. E. Jeffries, Suddarth, who is located in California. farm, located on Fry Creek, Casey assisted by Rev.L. J. B. Smith and and they all hurried to the scene of He was In the regular army for a num- County, the supply being ample to run Eld. Z. T. Williams. Caroline Jeffries. Ford touring car. One man top action. By the bright lights in the ber of years and was retired two years the drilling machinery and to furnish poultry house, they easily and safely fine engine. Price $500. The floral offerings were many. Feed and Livery Barn. ago with the rank of a Major. He is heat and light for the Smyley resiSee captured the Theft, while in the act The surviving members of the fammarried and doing well. He states dence. Drilling operations are still ily, besides the parents, are W. E. Mrs. Hamlett, of carrying away the high priced I am now in charge of the barn poultry, He was proven guilty beyond in his letter that his brother, Walter, going forward there, and it is confi- Todd, Mrs. Minnie Johnson, Mrs. ColumbiafKy. e is a inspector and that he dently expected a good oil well will be Horace Jeffries, Mrs. Clyde Crenshaw formerly occupied by Goff Bros. I a shadow of a doubt, and Jis- now in A Lot of Corn Destroyed. have good rigs and plenty of feed for prison makes his headquarters at Chicago, "drilled m" in the near future. where all rogues and thefts and Miss Yerna Todd. The old American well, located on stock. Stock placed in my charge will belong. 111. His brother, John, is in the arTo all home owners, stock Grissom& Patteson's auto hearse Little Renox Creek, Cumberland have the best of attention. my. These are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Last Wednesday night, about eleven and poultry raisers, Be ye prepared County, Ky., drilled nearly 100 years met the remains at Campbellsville. Gilbert Hill. W. Suddarth, who made their ago, and which has flowed periodically John likewise, for in such an hour and o'clock, a large corn crib, containing a Wanted. Men, and boys for It. home in Columbia for many years, for many years, was in action again a time as you least expect the theft number of barrrels of corn, the propfew days since, notwithstanding the Match Factory Labor. Work in match both being natives of the county Adv. erty of Silas Cain, who lives near the The Frogge Literary and The will come and be gone, fact that the hole is covered with factory Wadsworth, Ohio. TransMaj. Evan Suddarth was born here. Tabor Church, together with anew Debating Societies of many feet ok mud and gravel. This portation paid if you stay three Columbia All parties indebted to Dr. W. J. wagon and some farm machinery, Lindsey Wilson will have their annual The Salvation Army will hold its well has the distinction of being the months. For particulars see Flowers will please call at his office. were destroyed by fire. It is supposed, first oil well drilled in America and, debate Friday night. The queatson second appeal for funds from May 10 C. W. Marshall to have been the work of an incendiso far as known, the first in the for debate is: Resolved, that the Worth While. to 20. The National Chairman, world. The oil Is of a superior qualHotel Jeffries ary. The loss is considerable. United States should have universal Judge Henry H. Barker, state organ- ity. , Columbia Ky. A pike is now being constructed Military Training between 18 and 21 izer, J. P. Swain. The local committe There are somo people to be found For Sale. years. The speakers for the Frogge from the Eunice Bridge which spans The faculty and students of the is S C. Neat, Chairman, J. E. Gar-net- t, in every community, and ours is no Lindsey-Wilso- n society are Messrs. Garland Nelson Green river to Knifley. The dirt road Vice Chairman, Mrs. Charlotte exception, who would not believe they high school department of is practically level and in fine concombined horse. A first-clahad oil in their locality even if they very delightfully entertained and Clarence Traylor. The young dition to the bridge across tne river B. Eubank, Secretory, Bruce MontDr. W. J. "Flowers. saw it spouting up in their backyards represent the Columbia at Dunnville. If the Green river hill gomery. Treasurer, E. W. Reed, Pub-llct- some fine morning, but this doubting Friday evening, in honor of Mr. Elmer men who will Debating Society on the negative leading from Columbia to the bridge Dr. O. P. Miller, Assist Pub-licto- does not prove anything, for we have Ashby, senior of that institution. Died at Bliss. was graded we would have a good had "doubters" with us for ages, and The Y. M. C. A., hall in which the side of the question are, Messrs. Olle road to Liberty, Stanford and Danthey will be in evidence as long as reception was held was beautifully Johnson and Reade Heskamp. ville. There are very few people Last Monday at Bliss, this county,. time lasts. Adair County has some of decorated in the high school colors, The public cordially invited. living along this route, and they Mrs. Emma Stotts, who was the The students of the Lindsey-Wilso- n the best structures and formations should be given assistance, and Columtreated themselves to a very enjoy- for the production of oil and gas to be purple and gold, and the color scheme Seed Corn For Sale. bia would receive great benefit if this widow of the late Ed Stotts, died at was carried out throughout the evenable picnic Thursday afternoon at found anywhere, and the time will work was put through. Therefore, her home, a victim of stomach trouble. the close of recitation hours. They surely come, and we don't believe it is ing. Refreshments of ice cream and the people who would be the greatest She was the mother of Mrs. C. D. met on the campus back of the build- very far distant, when this section cake were served. Mr. Ashby came Eight row white corn Boone Co. benefitted should become interested. Cheatham, who was Miss Clarice Since State aid has been withdrawn ings. The menu was cakes, candies will be one of the active producing from Henderson to this school four white5abbls at $3.50 perbu. Stotts before her marriage. And also fields of the countrj. Not only is years ago Rollin Caldwell the people living along this route and his graduation will reand fruits. this true' of Adair, but of the adjoinwill have to build it with the assist- the mother of Mrs. Ed Staples. Sha Milltown, Ky. ing counties as well, and big things move one of the most efficient and loyance of others who want to see the was an excellent woman, about 67 The- opening game at Louisville are in store for Columbia, it being the al students ever enrolled in Lindsey-WilsoEld. W. T. May will preach at county prosper. years old, and will be greatly m&sedJ last Wednesday afternoon, Columbus logical,"hub" for this territory. will Hebron, Wednesday night, and The funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon against Louisville, resulted 6 to 1 in Paid List. Mr. E. H. Pearce, a "live wire" continue through Sunday. ' Thomas, a six year old son of Judge at the residence. favor of Columbus. Mr. E. B. Barger, from Black well, Okla., who has gas The following are new paid subscribof this place, did not pitch. A tre- and Mrs. T. ,A. Murrell, Lcuisville, Clearence Yates found a splendid Boy's bicycle for sale. some few days ago got one of his legs and oil interests in this section, is ers and renewals since our issue of last mendous crowd witnessed the contest. S. F. Eubank's stream of water at See Tuesday. broken while riding a tricycle. It is spending a few days in town looking shop at the depth of 18 feet. J. A.JEagllsh, W. L. Reece, J. H. Barksdale Hamlett, over the situation generally, and he Mr. Geo. Hill, of Somerset, an ex now in plaster parts, and as soon as Barger, Dix McComas, E. M. MontColumbia, Ky. perlenced banker, has accepted a pos- he gets well the, Judge and his fami- expresses .himself very freely in an The Llddsey-Wilso- n and the Graded gomery. J. D. Patterson, E. T. Kempway regarding the de C. Kimbler, ition with the First National Bank, ly are coming to Columbia for an ex- optomistic Mr. Alvin Burton was thrown from, school will close .about the middle of er, Oscar Fair, Mrs. O. velopment in the near future In this W. A. Coffey, Mrs. D. M. Womack, Russell'Springs. He will be an as- tended visit one day last week and was May. Jas. H. Moore, Alvin Loy, JRobt. his horse locality. Mr. Pearce expects to bring sistant to Mr. Robt. Ingram, who is Caldwell, Ella J. Humphress, E. T. considerably hurt. He called a doctor For Sale. ,his family and locate in Columbia Lost. Thirteen dollars in Green McCaffree, O. L. Phillips, Rev. Pat and after restortatlves were applied the cashier. sometime in June. back, two5's and three ones. Lost H. Davis, John S. McFarland. relief came. He will probably be sore Mrs J. A. Hamilton, who was,, a Five .good ..second hand sewing on the .public square last Saturday. for a week or two. Be sure and attend A. C. Hatcher's A Card. native of Adair County, died the machines at bargains. I will pay a reward. Leave at News sale, near Milltown, on Thursday, the first of the month at her home in EdT. G. Rasner & Son. Stanley, the mule Jack, will make office. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jone3 and their 29th of this month. He advertises . monton. She was a daughter of S. C. Everett Campbell. ' son and daughters desire to return the season of 1920 at the 'old MrjfBen McElroy, a prominent far- some good stock, farming tools and a Bel It. their grateful thanks to the many 2D. mer and banker, of near Lebanon, lot of corn. whofeo kindly administered to their S.--HJiitchell sold Henry Bryant who died last week, was a brother-in-la,Mr. Jas. Butler, v who met with a daughter and sister, Lizzie, in her illDavis Hardware Co.,' successors to Next Sunday will close Ear. B. T. of Mrs. L. B. Hurt, this place. ajacrtgonand, off the end of big stroke of paralysis, Is now able o ness, resulting in death. Faithful Watson's pastorate of the Presbjteriaa Jeeries Hardware Store, have an "ad" r ixtm, and joining H. C. Baker, for News. Read it and call and Walk about, his home, and it is be friends in the hour of distress and Ckurch this place! PrechlsorrilB; Get that Ruge at Mirny's. in evening. $W0..Mr.Brrant will build a residence lieW that he will soon be himself, dnptit sorrow, cannot be forgottea. see them. The readers of the News have known for six or eight weeks that Misses Verna and Lula Todd, estimable young ladles of this county, living one and a half miles north of Columbia, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Todd, were in a critical condition at Bowling Green, as the result of flu. Occasionally favorable reports would come, and week ago hope was entertained that each of the young would recover. This feeling of confidence was turned into sorrow Sunday morning when a message came stating that Miss Lula died at 5 a. m. ladies During the many years the underLast Tuesday the people of Greens-bur- g signed were in business in Columbia and chose living near the town, we were liberally patronized by the were shocked when the news spread people of Adair and adjoining coun- over the country that Miss Lou Blake-maties, and we want our friends to who was a sl3ter-in-laof Dr. know that we are not unmindful of W. B. Helm, had suicided. the partiality shown us. To say The deceased was a maiden lady that the trade we received was high- and was between forty and fifty years ly appreciated, would not be stating old. She had been in declining health our true feelings. We are very for some time and a trained nurse was grateful, and the steadfastness of in attendance our loyal supporters will never be forThe nurse, as we are informed, ab gotten. During the long term of our sented herself from the room.and while business, we have endeavored to she was out, Misa Blakeman made her please have handled the best of ev- way to the cellar of the dwelling, procured a rope, and hung herself. She erything in our line, and distributed was dead when found. the same on a short margin. We She was a very estimable womao, have the best of reason to feel thank- and had lived in the home of Dr. since the ful, and we would be ungrateful were Helm and his mother-in-ladeath of the doctor's wife, which we to fail to let our former patrons occurred a number of years ago. She know that we will always cherish was a mother to her sister's children; the fondest recollections of the favors and her tragic death brought untold sorrow. She did not lack for the com; bestowed upon us. For the present, we go out of busi- forts of life, and the only reason adness, but the happy years spent in the vanced for the suicide is that she was in wretched health. brick, in the southeast corner of the She was treated as a sister by Dr. square, will continue to bring up the Helm, her every wish being gratified. most pleasant memories of For Sale. n, w w, by-go- ne 26-2- C. well-know- n post-offic- - . w ss y, r. - n. I Murray-homestead- St-- w I to-da- ad : i v r?&aC4 j 9. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i V x , 2 'i i i Qosptri&rs lira o! jjfyftMTCKd by a f 1 V TtezBroduct qfxperience 9 tfi &lPabL Haasa'tGteea CMopantxraiki of jptcs corcredk? a gallon of "cKmp paint A Hill Climber, a Gasoline Saver, i and an Easy Runner. 9 ? 9 9 III wa jm Covering Capacity -- the test of Paint Prices Price SI, 275. Come and seeit i i i '"How much surface will it cover?" THAT'S the point that really decides whether a paint is cheap or expensive. Judge Hanna's Green Seal by this and every other quality standard and it will prove this is the paint and Haye it Demonstrated to You i I! 9 9 I really cheapest. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT gives maximum "yardage" to every gallon. It has covering capacity greater by many yard3 "cheap" paints. Also it WEARS than longer and looks better. Formula on every package. so-call- ed SOLD BY i l .1 p illl -- JJJ JEFFRIES HARDWARE COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. STORE B I & Chevrolet "Four-Ninet- y" Sedan, $.. 5, .?.&.' Finf, iitcA, ii BUCCiES AND WAGONS. have'a large supply of the very best makes and I agony the long procession of souls eternally dammed because of their influence in behalf of the liquor traffic! How many through eternity will hear the wail of broken-hearte- d women and the cry of suffering of the starved and dishonored children whose husbands and fathers were led to ruin by the work of these men of respectability! Of some it shall be said, "And in hell he lifted up his eyes." Manufacturers Record. so-call- ed Quarterly Round Meetings, Third Columbia District. 3--4. am selling them at living prices. Rid Res. Phone 13-- B. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. . Business Phone 13-- A I tf3 matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. Dr. J. N Murrell -- DENTISTrsfo Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. Pey tonsburg, Pleasant Hill Apr. Burksville, Marrowbone Apr.4 P. M. 5. Bear Creek, Bear Creek " 6. Renox, Terry's Chapel "7. Jamestown, Bethlehem " 8. Clinton Circuit, Falrview " 1011. Albany, Oak Grove Apr. 11 P. 11. 12. Russel" Springs, Mt. Olive Apr. 14. Picketts, Summershade " IT 13 " 19. Pierce, Beech Grove Greensbnrg, Mt. Lebanon " 20. Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel Apr. 2425. Gradyville, Tartars Chapel " 28. Temple Hill, Boyd's Creek, May 1- -2 Fountain Bun, Tracy " 3. Tompkinsville, Bethlehem " 4. Casey Creek, New Providence " 89. West Monticello, Keen's Chapel May Monticello, Monticello " 1516 16 P. M. 17. Mill Springs May 18. Summersville. Taylors Chapel " 2223. Campbellsville Mortons Chapel " 24. Mannsville, Union Ridge " 25. District Conference, Greensburg May Sparksville, Independence, June 6 Hogards Chapel " Elkhorn, Campbellsville. June 13 P. M. 14 Columbia, Columbia " T. J. Wade P. E. , 26-35-- 12-1- 3. 19-2- 0. GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. as instigators of liquor consump- ed with the monster of the li quor traffic. tion and all other body and Germany's vilest crimes were agencies of hell. It fed the fires of lust that it no worse than the work of this liquor might.fatten on the sin it creatbusiness. ed. And yet when the nation had It filled the land with saloons, the hotbed of personal and of loosened its clutches, when its political corruption, which were strangle-hol- d on the morality the doors that led straight down and the political safety of the to ruin here and to hell hereafter. country had been almost broken, Indeed.it turned millions of it once more lifts its tigerlike spirit that it may again suck the homes into hellB. It brutalized its agents and nation's morality and political honor. dammed its followers. ' its slimy, It stretched out Once more the harlots, the stinking, rotten hands into the whoremongers, the liars, the political life of the nation. touts, the race-trac- k gamblers, It browbeat or bulldozed or tbe licentious of all classes unite bribed legislators and business to restore the reign of this king men alike. of death who gloats over ruined It sought to destroy even the bodies and wrecked souls. banks whose officials were opAnd to their everlasting shame posed to its n power. some men who profess to love The slave trade of olden days, honor and virtue, men who do in its vilest forms, when in or- not want to see their sons and der to destroy all evidence the daughters the victims of this li- miserable wretches were dump rcentious power, are standing on ed overboard to drown when the the side of the evil forces arrayslave ship was pursued by Brit ed against individual and nationish cruisers, was angelic in char- al morality. Surely they must acter as compared with the be ashamed of their traffic- and If every slave ever held in When in the great judgment captivity had been treated as in day they stand with uncovered humanly as were some by brut souls before Almighty God, how ish matters, the sufferings of all many of them will be forced to' ould have been mild as compsr se pass before them in awful soul-destroying UP STAIRS. Portland. Farmers are getting behind with work on account of so much rain. Kessler Bro3. sold one milch cow to Mr. Wm. Lowe for $65. Corn is selling for $8.00 per nice bbl., and .plenty for sale at this place. Mr. Dick Rodgers is reported COLUMBIA, KY W -- 38&03Q2G8OS- I 1 JlYIVJlI Milltown. hell-bor- n, hell-directe- d SCRJETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE ; having weather at present. We are We had some INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES rOTTIMRIA K'FNTIirK'V $ $ S T aeKi and family spent the night at Tom Dudleys this week. V. O. Compton made a business trip to Columbia the first of Dig rains have damaged the week. The the upland farms a great deal. Mr. Wm. Lowe considerably hard hail storm last Sunday which beat off several of the peach blossoms, and the freeze got several peaches but we all think and hope that there are plenty left for a good crop. no better. Colun bia Barber Shop 3LOY A jj Sc Rev. Owen Lee filled his appointment at Milltown last Sunday. THE NEWS is $1.50 and $2.00 per year. Send in your subscription at once. LOWE Sanitary Shop, wherb both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. EVERYTHING IN hell-bor- Give "us a Trial and be Convinced. ! On Which Side Do You Stand? it was .founded on broken hearts, on wrecked bodies and eternally Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING St ael The liquor traffic has wrecked more lives than war. It has Brought more sorrows and sufferings to women and children than all the other curses which the devil has fastened upon mankind. Its prosperity has been fertilized by the tears of womanhood; dammed souls. It has been the creator and upholder of rotten politics. It has helped to fill the dens of vice, and it has encouraged immorality that it might thereby increase its accursed profits... It was upheld by and its in fluence upheld houses of ill-fa- li-liq- uor co-work- ers co-partn- Fence Posts Louisville, Ky. , DEHLEP BRONCO. CaatQMatket Ilncoriorated Slreetf Between rirst and Brock! &$& Am-- '-- i.-- .t. kfr3&?' 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I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Cotumbia, Ky ! I iiTTiiiHinii i ii .niiiB ( - isrl 1 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, Tread 30x3 30x3 er $235o R Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, Fabric, Ami-Ski- d Goodyear Single-CurTread e $2is Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that properly. Why risk a good casing with a reinforce cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little nore size in water- - $ A SO than tubes of less merit. 30x3 proof bag . i4 t M vf jil iCaHBMHMMf up his cellar with booze for his own use. Yes, there will be ed on the supreme court for a some anxious eyes turned totime now. That wo thy tribuward Washington very anxious nal ib to decide whether or not a Figured voiles the latest at Murray's. man may be permitted to stock All eyes are going to be turn- jjjv down Money k Not the CMef Thbq In life or in the Kingdom of God, Yet if Spd?s people are to adequately discharge tikeir &tff to others in the world, large cash funds must &e avail-abl-e for this purpose. The first year of the in the drinking water cures A TiPC? and prevent white HAfSLA ZUhP diarrhoea, cholera, indigestion and other chick diieaaei. Use daily to prevent disease and save your chicks. $1 00, pine Small size 60 cents, half-pi$1.50. At druggists, or seat by mail upon receipt of price. .chick A. few drop W" OneDrop I windpipe .Bour&onPeultryRemeaV f 1TTI?6 wUKDD Faith or Facts? Do you guess at the quality or Pourbon Remedy Co. Box-- D Lexington. Ky. blindly believe in the worth of the tires you buy for your err? Or do you know that you have the best and why it is the best? Sold by the Jeffries Hardware Store Poultry Notes. As grass makes up the bulk pi feed for geese, it is doubtful whether it pays to raise them unless good grass range is available during summer. The hen that has free range on a farm in summer finds these same things and that is one reason why neglected farm flocks lay well in summer and very poorly at other times. Baptist 75 Million Campaign Closes May 1, 1920 And one-fift- h Let us tell yo u ?ust why GOODYEAR Clincher tires in sizes 30x3, 30x34 or 41x4 a re best for you0 i of all subscriptions to - that cause should be paid in before that time. Missionaries at home and- abroad will be retarded in their work, colleges and seminaries will be crippled, aged ministers will be seriously embarrassed, orphan children who look to us for food, clothing and training for citizenship may be compelled to go hungry, the sick and suffering who are seeking aid from our hospitals must be denied admission for lack of room, and immortal souls at home and abroad will be lost if we do not respond promptly with what we have promised for carrying forward God's work. :-- 4 I THE BU CHANAN-LYO- N COMPANY. The results found by experiment seem to prove the content, ion of some Leghorn breeders that their birds are light eaters m comparison with some other breeds. fy w --- y 23,000,000 People Are Unsaved -- They Are Best, But They Cost No More -- If a good lot of well-moulted well-mature- d pullets or Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. early n Within the territory of the Southern Baptist Convention there are 23,006,000 men, women and children above twelve years of age who are not Christians. Southern Baptists have a large responsibility in ' reaching these people for God. -- What are you doing in your community to right this situation? This Space Contributed By without questionlf Hunt's Sal fails in the treatment of Eczema, MONET BACK lose on oar Money Back Cmarantte. Try it at oar risk TflDAY. Price 75c at Sold Don't become discouraged because other treatments failed. Hunt's Salve bas relieved hundreds of such cases. You can't Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, ete. to maintain the body of the hen hens are on hand, and if they in good condition and also furare healthy and vigorous, all nish the material of which eggE that is required to obtain a good are made. egg yield is the right kind of For Sale. care and feed. V The owner of this office. - by Paull Drug Company. There is no one kind of grain that alone will furnish all of the different food element required One sorrel mare 5 years old, good, condition work anywhere. Price 8160. B. W. Pierce Dqnnville, Ky. B.lBoz 43. .. it '- , -- - .- - .8, , J - JMiV 2&&tftiua . WAi iM. - ur : 5S!v, iW, ct ii w I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS idair L. B, Cain received a nice lot How a True Preacher and Faithful And serve Him to the end. TIRED, BODY of hogs, at this place, last ThursPastor Feels for His People. My faithful wife has by me stood, The Democratic State Conven.Published On Wednesdays. day, at the market price. AND SOUL? In days of trial sore; , tion, to be held in Louisville, Has helped me much, yea all she could, Written for Eld. Z. T. Williams for Mr. Joel Hunter, who has been May 4th, will in reality be a big fit Golam6i&, Kentucky- God bless her more and more, his twentieth anniversary as preach conference of Democrats from confined to his room for several er and pastor of the Christian Church To all I wish the very best, Not SicH, But Still Not Yourself. - Editor every quarter of the State, of all months with a broken limb, is in Columbia, Kentucky. J.EfMURRBLUj - - - - Be true to God above; Think You'll Be Better To- 97 able to be up, going around By his no friend, That you in Him be richly blest, MRS. DAISY HAMLBTT. - - - - Me shades of belief. morrow Only You're Not i' Jesse L. Murrell. And walk in His great love. It will be a convention in which his home. Democratic nawiikapcr derated to th Interest every element In the party will I beg you all to pray for me, Mr. James Hoy and family, of or twenty years TRY TAKING I've tried to preach tieCItrof ColcsibUand the peecle of Adair be recognized, but the' recogniThat I with Christ accord; Columbia,, visited their relatives T6 you, my people dear; sad f5TiiTr conatlei. And spend a long eternity tion will,belgiven their Democ here a day or so the first of the My ideals I have not reached, It Isn't Sleep You Need, But a With all who love my Lofdi racy, and nothing else. Mem- week. But served with best of cheer. Good Tonic More Red as second "Entered at the Colombo.' For Sale. . bers who have been prominent in com-Uss man nutter. Blood Mr Ray Flowers, of Columbia, Myppw'rs have been at God's socalled factions .which mand, the in company with J. Boone, of I've trusted all to Him; We have bought the Jeffries Hdw., heretofore existed 'in the WED. APR. 21, 1920.' have Louisville, passed through here And for His truth I've tried to stand Store and have a lot of stock and Everyone gets run down occasionalparty will receive honors from farming tools to sell. ly. Sometimes it's weeks before you, of the week, en route Hating all forms of sin. 1 pr heavy mules, 2 horses and harthey will re the first get your energy, enthusiam and happithe Convention, but BabscripUon Price lBt and:2nd Postal Zone for Nell community, where they The sick have had my thought and ness for all of them. wagon, 1 thor- ness back again. ceive such honors as Democrats .SO per yer. oughbred Duroc Boar, 1 yr old, weight care will offer for sale the J. B. Colt All Zones beyond 2nd3$2.00 perfyear about 225 lb., at Columbia, and at Any doctor will tell you to be careand notlasffactionalists. A Subscription due andlPayable InJAdvance Sorrowing ones as well; Lighting plant. Portland we have 250 bbl. of com, ful in a time like this Your body , ThelConvention will, we Of the erring have not despaired, mov ing machine and rake, 2 No. 12 has little power of resistance, and the steer clear of party strife, Uncle Charles Yates and unTo God their troubles tell. Vulcan plows, 2 cultivators, one walkdanger of catching some serious disANNOUNCEMENTS because strife is certain to bring cle Robert O. Keltner, two of I've prayed for all both night and day ing, one riding, 5 Tooth cultivator, 2 ease is great. Temporarily, your orchard Harrows, 1 Disc, 1 Disc turn disaster, while harmony is the our oldest citizens, are keeping I've, longed their souls to bless; ing plow, 1 Black Hawk 2 row planter, blood has too few "fighting" corpus rjn sjAvxmjai 1 Rubberize good as new, 1 young cow, cles. up fine and are able to be out Have pointed out the narrow way, sure harbinger of victory. be fresh in May, 1 corn sheller large, That leads to endless rest. It willlbe a notable meeting of every day, looking after their It's the work of these same red coretc. Welfare authorized to announce I've tried to walk before you all puscles to keep ypu free from fatigue. Kentucky Democrats in Louis-vill- affairs. E L. Davis. BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, As God would have me do; . Mr. A. J. Coomer, who lived near Being constantly tired out depressed a candidate for the Democratic nomiNo such presValMr. T, I. Smith, of Cane Obey His every blessed call, Grady ville, died last Saturday morn- in body and mind is almost a sure nation? for Congress in this, the Eighth criptive tactics as those which ley, and Mr. McCubbins, of Eve, In all things to be true. ing. He was a soldier in the Federal sign that your blood needs help for a Congressional District of Kentucky. army during the civil war and was in time. Primary Election Saturday, marked 'the recent Republican attended the sale of the late My records in my Savior's hand Stated his 84th year. August 7, 1920. State Convention in Louisville Thos. Moss, at this place last His mercy ia my plea; ' Gude's is a standard n There Saturday. Mrs. Sarah A. Canada, a will be countenanced. For me He will not fail to stand,remedy in cses of anemia (or We are authorized to announce lady of Eussell county, died one day mis glory I shall see. will be no A. T. Hert in the It supplies the iron and last week A large concourse of n THANK L. BIPY, oflAnderson CounMr. W. B. Hill, the Many have by me nobly stood, other properties jour blood needs to Democraticjparty to whom allefriends attended the funeral. ty, a)Democratic candidate for Pratt food man, spent And helped me in the fight; catch up with its task of keeping you the Eighth district, subject giance supersedes allegiance to days in our midst last They've done the very best they could, There in the lower fresh and alert in every fibre. a few smart Aleck to the action ofilthe State primary the party itself. No dotted line edge of this county who contributes sub' They've lived as in God's sight. week and before he left n has the hearty enuguit 7, 1920. will have to be signed by the to local papers over an assumed name. dorsement of physicians, is an agreepike Others have failed to do their best, scribed liberally to the delegates. He is evidently jealous of everybody able tonic to take, and may be had at proposition. William knows the How lean their souls have grown; untram which Gov. who is accumulating and making an any drug store in either liquid or tabThe new tax law It will be a free and God's promises they do not test, benefit of good roads. honest living. He write little gags, let form. Both have same medicinal Morrow attacked in all of his melled discussion of men and And reap as they have sown. thinking they will injure the one for value. Mr. Clay Kinnaird and ThomBpeeches, remains unchanged in measures by the representatives The boys and girls, and children, too, whom they are intended, when the Be sure to ask for Gude's. There is any particular. There has been of all Kentucky Democrats, and as Bell, two of Red Lick's best How I do pray for you; fact is, he is damaging himself. He only one genuine and business men, were That you to Him each day be true, and no reduction of taxation any- those Republican gentry who are farmers fails to give his right name. For inthe name "Gude's" should be on the where. On the contrary, the so eagerly looking for trouble in our midst tne nrst ot tne His will in all things do. stance, if his name is Smith, he signs, package. Advertisement. week. They report the farmers have much love for all my flock, minimum school tax levied in are doomed to disappointment. another name, and in that way he I in their community making a My prayers for them ascend, the printer. If we can learn the counties has been raised The Kemper Co. Jeffries Hotel, bay thia Both Candidates In Town. great effort for a large crop of That they may stand on Christ, the positively who i doingup dirty work from 15 to 25 cents. This means he will and sell Oil and Gas leases. get a write that he will f Rock, tobacco and corn. not soon forget- an increase of taxation upon the Both of the candidates for the people amounting to $1,000,000. Mr. Jack Barnes, one of the gasoline tax has been levied, democratic nomination for Con- best farmers and citizens that 1 A El will amount gress in this district were in the lives in the western part of the which it is estimated to $600,000. The new automo- city mingling with the court day county, near Weed, had the mis bile tax will amount to $2,000,-00- 0 crowd Monday. Col. Frank L. fortune of losing his dwelling additional. So as the result Ripy and Judge Ralph Gilbert with all its contents one day last of three months of Gov. Mor- arrived Sunday night and ate week. The fire originated from row, the taxes of the people breakfast at the same table at a defective flue. Mr. Barnes have been increased $3,500,000 Hotel Acey Monday morning. did not get to save a change of The gentlemen put in a busy day clothing. It being the noon a year. and each expressed himself as hour, he was at his meal and did Democrats of Adair County well satisfied at the- - conclusion not know his house was on fire Those Democrats In Kentucky who stration in Ohio. He is again reminded that a mass of activities late in the evening. until it was nearly ready to cave Jbelieve that Governor James M. Cox are in every respect and has proved tMf of Ohio because of his great abiUty he can draw strength from every efe convention will be held in this That both Col. Ripy and Judge in. ment of the voting population." and superior qualifications should be place Saturday May 1st. The Gilbert have many friends in Mr. Porter Wheeler, a son of the nest President of the United object of the meeting is to select Lincoln county there is no doubt We endorse Governor Cox because and Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, States, have decided to lay his claim we know James M. Cox to be one Inm? is like Lincoln Mr. delegates to attend the State and if the district who left us a week or so ago for before our Democratic voters with the dred per cent American, because tq in Convention which will meet in county there is a horse-rac- e Moody, Texas, writes his people liope that they will join us in securing has demonstrated his Americanism ana Louisville on May 4th. All Demo- sight. The belief is general that u that he landed safe and sound, delegates to the San Francisco conwe know that he is the only kind ox crats who can attend the meet- the race is made up but the I. J. and liked the country fine, and vention, who will favor his nominaAmerican that will be selected to tH ing here on Saturday May 1st, has a hunch that there will be had a nice, good job. This is no tion. White Houseas the successor to Woot a third entry in the field before should do so. To secure a delegation from Kenrow "Wilson. expected, bemany moons wax and wane. We more than we all to be a young tucky to San Francisco it is first necWe know that it takes an extraor The Republican majority, in shall see what we shall see. cause we knew him essary that all Democrats who are for dinarily good man of the Democratic man that had a disposition to the last legislature, refused to Stanford Journal. Cox shall attend the county mass conparty to even once carry the State ofj make friends, reduce the State tax rate on to be held in the various counOhio which normally is Republican, by. he might locate, because he nev- tention Gradyvllle, from forty to twenty-fiv- e real estate ty seatsat 2. o'clock in the afternoon over one hundred thousand majority; er met a stranger. cents. The majority also of Saturday, May 1st, and see that the And, so we know that when a marl We had plenty of.hail Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wheeler delegates they send to the Democratic voted down every proposition to carries Ohio three times as has Cox, tax coal and to increase the rate Tobacco plants are coming will leave in short time for Mc- State Convention at Louisville, Tues- Gov. James M. Cox For Our he is what the fellows who go to the on intangibles. The coal is in right along. Will be ready for Gregor, Texas, where they will day, May 4th, are Cos men. Next President. races call a safe "hoss." This is no time for strife, within the the mountains where Republi- transplanting in due time. spend the summer, with their We want, first a capable man in the party. The man who uncans are thick. growing wheat crop is relatives. Mr. Wheeler has been Democratic Our White House and we want him to be. Senator Camden In a statement dertakes to create the impression that very bad health for several a Democrat. in looking better in this section. MOVEMENT is a movement gijen .to the, press, said : ""I am for Stanford The.Editor of the Our peaches are not killed, months and he thinks now while in the interest of every individual Governor Cox because I believe him to Cox is capable, Cox is honest, Cox Journal went to Cincinnati last and we think we will have plen- he is gone, he will go to the John branch, wing or faction of the' Demo- be the one man who can win against is a Democrat, and he is the best run Hopkins Hospital, and will under cratic party.in Kentucky, is not a the Republicans in November. He is ner in our party as he seems to us. week, to buy news paper. He ty. for party unity and party suc- safe and liberal, has a record in Con- That's why we are for Cox at this time Several of our farmers are go an operation. His many only found one ton for which he gress, and three terms friends and relatives back here cess. of and that's why we want Kentucky paid $300. The same paper was about ready to plant corn. for Cox. hope this trip will prove beneFormer United States Senator John- Ohio. He is a man every inch of him, The sale of the property of the bought a few years ago for $45 The COX HEADQUARTERS will be; ficial to him, and that he will be son Camden of Versailles has accept- - and one around whom every element in i late Thos. Moss was largely atper ton. Unless publishers have restored to his usual health and ed the chairmanship of the organiza- the Democratic party can rally. He open at the Seelbach Hotel at Louistended, last Saturday, property y be permitted to return to his tion that is being made for the Gov- began life as a newsboy and made his ville for communication from all who a good bank account, more selling well. own way. He is a sound and success- are interested and believe that this old home, a well and sound man, ernor in Kentucky, and that is papers will go to the wall. We take it that our pike from guarantee that the movement is ful business man, has never had any great man should be nominated and because we need more men like place is a sure Columbia serious labor trouble during-hidemon where all Democrats will be welcome. not to be factional. Mr. Wheeler in Adair county. Senators Beckham and Stanley go this time. Our people are inet in Louisville ' last Friday donating largely. Every body Weunderstand there are a number of cases of measles in the and talked over the coming wants the pike. Basil community and there have n Democratic State Convention. John Q. Alexander, the two or three deathB. We dry goods man of Louis- been They agreed as they should, to have not learned the names of take'no' part in the framing of ville, was in our midst last Fri- the persons who were the vicday, and as usual had a good Political Advertisement HJthe Commtttees. ' tims. business. "Goaaty" MvJs THE STATE CONVENTION. , life-lon- g PEPTO-MANGA- N Post-offic- e 1-- -- " be-jiev- e, e. Pepto-Manga- n - well-know- blood-lessnes- s.) well-know- Con-gressj- jin is-- Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- n, de-ciev- es 25-t- -- Cox for President broad-gauge3 anywhere the-CO- well-wish- er to-b- e -- Ken-tuck- suffi-cie- nt to-thi- s s well-know- Let's Carry The Country With Cox i ,- - J ADAIR COUNTY NEWS OE OE OX fi o ' O TO THE FARMERS - t o - NEW SPRING GOODS .;. ' '' IN ALL bEPARTMENTS . i o Now is the time you need work tools. II O ri ' -- -- 3 AT - RUSSELL & CO. y X And we are ready to supply you with Plows, .Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, o o ILor PERSONALS i eo take treatment under a specialist. They will also visit Mrs. Stults parents at Georgetown, Ind. Mr. Press Sandidge, a prominent. lawyer of Burksville, was here Wednesday, enroute to LouiBvllle. Messrs. Dix McComas, Walter and Less McComas, of Burksville. had business in quarterly court, this place, latt Wednesday. Mr. John Q. Alexander made his regular trip to Columbia last WednesMc-Comas Corn Drills, l OX Mrs. 20 visiting her Barnett, in Fetna Eubank returned from And all other kinds of Implements, i Louisville last week. Mrs. W. R. Myers is daughter, Mrs. Herman Mrs. J. N. Petty underwent an operation in St. Anthony Hospital, Louisville, last Tuesday. Her husband was here.. Wednesday, enroute to her bedside. " Judge I J. J. Simpson and wife have returned from a stay of five months -- St. Louis. Mr. Leslie Graves, who travels for a hardware house, was here a day or Wagons, rFiekk Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. two last week. Mrs. E. B. Barger went to Louisville to witness the opening game at BurKsville. between Louisville and Columbus, Mrs. John N. Murrell has return-e- o her husband being with the Columbus from a visit to her sister in Louisday. team. The game was played last Wedville. Mr. J. S. Breeding and his daugh- nesday. Mr. Clarence Marshall is here solicfc-in- g n ter, Miss Corinne, went to Lebanon Mrs. Mollie Triplett left for laborers for the Ohio Match They found Mrs. Breeding Friday. last Wednesday morning, Company. doing nicely, but she will not be able having received a message stating Mr. andJMrs. finis Phelps went to to leave the hospital for several weeks that her half brother, Mr. Emory Louisville last week, the latter to prin- Bosley, was lying at the point of Mr. R. G. Willis, who was the have her teeth removed. cipal of the Graded and High School, death. Dr. O. P. Miller accompanied Mr. Humboldt, Tenn., returned home Dr. and Mrs. C M. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Stults to Louisville. last Tuesday night He is undecided and Mrs. Edwin Cravens and Miss Mr. L. M. Young left the first of as to whether he will return to Hu Minnie Triplett went to Louisville year. He gave.entire last" week and spent several days in last weekjfo visit hisjbrother, Mr. R. for ,ne?t K. Young and family, West Point, satisfaction and the situation has the city. Miss. been tendered him. Miss Maranda Williams, who has Mr. and J Mrs. Fred Myers witnessed C. Humble, Sewellton, was Mr. L. been teaching at Lake Park, Ga., the opening game at Louisville last hrre a few days since. was called home on account of the illWednesday. Mr. S. S. Davis, Burksville, made a ness of her mother and sister, arriving Judge W. W. Jones was very sick business trip to Columbia last Wed- last Thursday night-Mr- . several days J of last week, suffering nesday. E. B. McLean was here" Friday with a Ebilious attack. At this writ Mr. T. C. Taylor and Mr. C. 0. and Saturday. ing hejislsomelbetter. Jones, Campbellsville, were here last Mr. Hugh Sharp, Jamestcwn, who Mrs. Geo. E. Eeed returned They are timber '"dealers has been employed at Frankfort, Louisville last gWednesday where she Mr. J. W. Buton has returned spent Sunday in Columbia. had been! under the treatment of a from the Louisville market. Eld. Yertis Williams and Mr. Albert physician for two weeks. Her conMessrs. Leon and Alvin Lewis were Williams, of Stillwater, Okla., arrived dition is much better. among the Columbia delegation who Saturday after norn, to be at the bedMr. Count Stults and his wife went witnessed the opening game at Louisside of their; mother and sister, who " week, the latter to ville last Wednesday. to Louisville last remain very ill. Eliza-bethtowm-bol- Seed, and DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. iSJO Columbia, dt T. F. CORBIN LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Are twin conservators of KK CANE VALLEY, KY., from-rjuesda- Auctioneer and Dealer In Real HOME MAN-POWE- the Estate. Life Insurance protects from R LOSS of the Your Business That earns the daily bread. Fire Insurance protects from LOSS of POSSESSIONS . J iZHXri iffitiTI ' " tlQ That shelter and comfort. ' Alva Qrider B. O. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. it . --i -- Gr. Columbia; R REED, "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. Kentucky. Rogers-Cooler. rf 1 j v. A K OFFICE: , Mr. Wm. G. Carter, of Bardstown, Room 19, Patterson Building- - The Ford Factory has not yet reached normal production. It will take some time, after being entirely given over-- to war work. We are getting a few cars right along, and suggest that you leave your order with us as soon as possible and we will deliver as soon as possible, Runabout, with Starter, $686.17, without starter, $608.08; Touring Car, with Starter, $712.21 without starter, $634.11; Coupe, $894.42; Sedan, $1,024.58; One Ton Truck Chassis, $582.05. These prices f. o. b. Columbia. Don't forget the service we give in our shops, genuine Ford Parts, Ford skill and Ford prices. E' , THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N COMPAYN. INCORPORATED. Campbellsville, Ky . A . .0 Columbia, Ky. c married in the presence of their near relatives. Miss Sallie CoDaver, wha is at the Under a beautiful arch of ferns an,3 brother-in-laMr. J. wrJlte roses the Impressive ring cere- home of her T.. very ill for p mony was performed by JRev. Part-ridg- e, Ola' Wilson, who spent the P. Dohoney, has been Miss former pastor of the bride. winter in Campbellsville, has return-e- d waek. home. John S. McFarland, of Jamestown, Attired in a becoming traveling-sui- t of taupe, the bride never looked Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson and was here Monday. two of their sons, Jo and Camern, lovelier. The groom wore conventofn-aRev. Pat H. Davis, brother of R. l wnra hereiSunday, from Campbells hlack. L. Davis, this place, Methodist ville. Mrs. Rogers is a chrrming girl Born. Evanffelist, was here Monday, enroute Mr. W. L. Wilson and wife and to Jamestown where he will hold a and reared in Brooksville. Miss Mary Wilson, Campbellsville, Mr. Rogers formery of Kentucky-I- s meeting. He is a native of Adair visited here Sunday. county, and at this time he resides a progressive young business man bar-in- g Mr. Alvin Murray has been suffer recently purchased the Whit in Louisville. He is proud of the ing with Indjgeston for several days. county his nativity, and never rfails Cash Grocery of this place. The bride and groom left Immeaiafc- - l-Mr. , Clarence Marshall, who is here to let a congregation know that he fjnm Wadsworth, Ohio, was accom was born and reared in old Adair. ely for Greensburg, Kentucky, panied by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Prather and other Pints ia he state. MrTljUburn Phelps was here Sun Superintendent .Noah Loy and Miss Their many friends wish them day night, enroute from Frankfort to Susan Miller are attending the K. E. much happiness Brooksville . Star. Jamestown. A. In Louisville. Silas Cain, the burning of whose M. Phelps, Jb'ield engineer Mr. D. corn crib is mentioned elsewbere?to of Somerset, Is here to survey the Persons who do not attend Sunday paper, Jost about 'fifly rjarrelsfes xouto for the pike from this place to School should be present on the morn- this I corn.. '. ing of May 2. haradyville. MONDAY, THURSDAY SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. Ky., was visiting his young lady friend here, Miss Elizabeth Cornell, one of our graded school teachers, ' over Sunday. Mr. J. A. Mitchell, who lives near Greensburg, visited here' the first of tlra home of the brides mother, Mrs, T. S. Coogler, Sr., Miss Nell 'coogler and Mr J. C. Rogers were qufntly Weduesday morning April 7th a6 the week. w, -- anril ..' ' it ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . 4"&9"to4"fr4"94 0fr - V W W V - ' - w The Year 1920 Will Be One Fraught With Momentous Making of History. f- S '.'-- - h '. v In the libraries of the future, the historical volumes, marked 1920, will deal with a critical period of the world's history. The whole world is now in a frenzy of discontent. In the old world new parties with new policies, each striving for controle, are walking hand in hand with the spectre of distrust, where they are not already dying in the flame of fratricidal war. $ V qp CLOTH INQ . ' SHOES , , - ., f - 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. n. - A It is a critical period through which this world is passing, and the whole-soule- d one that demands Q 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. Asa citizen, and as a voter, you wish to vote intelligently. You wish to know what the leaders of the big political parties are offering as the panacea for this present condition. In order to perform this duty intelligently, you must have access to the news as it is published day by day. Granted that it is your duty to read a daily newspaper, it is also your duty to read the paper that will give you the most news, particularly when its cost is the same as the others. The Louisville Herald has the largest circulation of any morning newspaper in Kentucky, and all Louisville newspapers are sold at the same price, this is proof that it is considered the best paper by the most people. self-evede- nt Albin Murray Columbia, Kc Next'Dooi to The Adair County New Office. ntucky The Louisville Herald gives you the news from the Associated Press, that wonderful news gathering organization, which covers the entire world with its list of correspondents; in addition it gives you all the news from Europe that is gathered by the Universal News Service; this in addition to The Herald's own list of special correspondents and its editorial staff. Nonewspaper can give you more than this few can give you as much. The Louisville Herald, apart from its general news value, thoroughly covers the financial world, and keeps you fully informed as to the daily fluctuations on all marketable commodities. News of the world of sports is more than a tabulation of sporting events, as compiled for The Herald's sport page. The Louisville Herald contains more features of general family interest than we have space to specify in the short space of this advertisement; but we will say this much, that there is something of interest to every member of your family in every issue. We will, if you are unfamiliar with The Herald, gladly send you a sample copy on request. We would suggest that in order to protect yourself against a raise in subscription price for the coming year, that you give your order to your local agent now; if there is none in your town, send in the coupon below. GENERAL MERCHANDISE fgl THE DAILY-- BY MAIL. any postoffice in Kentucky, diana and Tennessee. 1 LOUISVILLE I In- HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. To MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. NAME Address Year. 6 Months. $5.00 3 Mos. $2.60 1 Mo. R. F. D. No. $1.40 50c Mail 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 1 Mo.. THE LOUISVILLE HERALD PER YEAR $5.00. " " 1.50. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TOTAL -- $6.50. K BOTH ONE YEAR FOR - - Pyrus. t $6.00. Miss Stella Keltner, of Blun-dal- e, Ga writes, she is enjoyfine. One more month of school she will return to dear old Adair. Easter Sunday will be long re- ing her work in the sunny south membered by many. The down pour of rain and hail continued - most all day. Farmers are making slow progress in the way of plowing. There is so much rain. We are glad to note Mrs. J. H. Vire is improving at this writing. She can walk about the room on crutches. Mr. C. Y. Davidson, of Indiana, her cousin, sent her a nice pair of his own make. They were much appreciated. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently .located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowhadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. Mrs. Mary E. Melson is very sick. She is the oldest person in our community. It is hoped by her many friends that she will soon recover. Marvin Sexton, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Sexton, has been on the sick list for a few weeks. Miss Daisy Keltner was visit- Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All Mrs. Rollin Coomer, of Basil, is serious condition with fever. Rev. Scott's family have flu at in a . this writing. It is in a mild J. W. Vire and Raymond Keltijumbia last Saturday. form It is the first case of flu ner were in Columbia, Monday. .1 Miss Delia. Sexton, of L. W. T. that has been in our community, Mri. 6. D. Vance hai been on sS, j. was at home for a few days. since last winter. His daughter, the sick list for tome time. C. W. Keltner, Walter Par-sell, Porter Sexton were in Co- - ing relatives at this place, last week. Garlan Pickett and wife spent For many years this country several days at Mr. W. S. Pick-ett- has been flooded with fake or shady concerns in which stock C. W. Keltner sold a nice has been sold to a gullible public, bunch of hogs to J. T. Mercer, generally to the small investor who can ill afford to lose his savof Milltown, last week. i M ings. Since the supreme court Rugby. has ruled that incomes from stocks are not subject to taxaMr. Baker Jesse brought his tion it is possible that many son Sylvestar back here las more of these fakes will spring Sunday from Indiana for burial. into existence, on the theory His body was embalmed and he that the public will rush to place had been dead about a year. its surplus funds in stocks. There has not been much farm- If this be the case people of our ing done here yet and us farm- community should apply the acid ers when we do get started will test to any stock certificate offered them before parting with not stop to argue politics. Several from here transacted a dollar of their hard earned money. The fakir is a man with business in town Monday. The stockholder of the Red a smooth tongue, and he knows Lick Telephone Co met this week only too well how to use it. and put in two days fixing up If Stops Then. our line. We can talk now. We are progressing fine. Within five miles of here w e have 17 In the western part of Brown stores and they all have some counlya farmer haB found a plan trade. to keep autoists from speeding by We are sorry that the pike his home. Last summer several did not come our way but may of his chickens were killed by be the State will build us a pike from Columbia to Tenn., automobiles, and when one of his pigs, weighing almost 100 line. Mrs. Lizxie Bragg, of Prices pounds, was crushed under the Creek, in a fainting spell last wheels of an auto, he decided it week fell into the fire and burn- was time to do something to ed the hair off one side of her stop them. He did. He dug small head and one side of her face ditches, one foot wide and eight end of tongue and arm was bad inches deep, across the road about ten feet apart, and this ly burned. plan proved successful. He says that after a machine going at WE BUY, raise and sell animals. 35 miles an hour strikes one bf rabbits and other Place your order with us, and list these ditches and the occupants almost whatever stock you have with us, of the machine are stating lowest fiat prices on large thrown out, the machine always Address' N. P. slows down to a very slow gait shipments. I Indianapolis News. t Ave., Fargo, N. D. s. fur-bearifur-beari- ng rmimm Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n of my health. 1 was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend told me I had tried everything else, why not Cardui?... I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." TAKE CA DU The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizworn-ou- t? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help 'you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. zy, All Druggists J.C 515-51- 7 23-4- w v r- - ". WA-- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Fairplay. &. LAST YEAR'S SUIT Dyed Cm be so changed by bavin? it new Spring Shade. wBf WeWArMsd'l !W" - It last another year. ft Trial Swiss a pretty, Some fields of wheat look good at present, while the late sown wheat looks very distress- Qha Our Tnj CVunfnt I Via Pwtai SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS 35 Post J5COSPOBA3XD LOUtSVIUX, ICY. L. FL Office Jones 1 For Sale. We have farms Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist in Adalc Co., and to Cravens & ing. Your scribe purchased of Compton, one small mule. Price $85.00. Master Orbrey Darnell, of Gadberry, visited Master Francis Bennett, this place, Saturday Lu-ci- en you could buy a friend for $5.00 a yearj 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: 1 111 a friend with stimulating ideas on national night. Special attention given Diseases of a Domestic Animals desirable homes In Columbia for sale. Call on or write Neat, at Residence, mile of town, on real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jeffries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. 23-t- , X James townroad. Phone'U G. f Columbia, Ky. down for a few days on the there is no time to account of the snow that fell Saturday night. When company comes waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of wife and children were visiting relatives at Glensfork, Easter Sunday. S. T. Bennett bought of Thomas Coffey, one pairof aged mules. Price $150. Mesdames Rena Mclntier and Lou Hamons were the pleasant guest of Mrs. Mattie Darnell one Mr. Z. L. Bennett, a friend who would meet you early in the day and tell you in a concise, authoritative way aobuc 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 eating your cereal and draw a cartoon which would make you think, and then some pictures that would make you laugh; A. F. SCOTT iy S H"H Xi eJ day last week. V f J Easter will be long remembered here for instead of egg hunts DEALER IN it was sleigh riding. There are plenty of Kentucky people here, not less than fifty families landed here last month. GARFORD TRUCKS h 2, 3h AND 5 TON SEE BAKIHG POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Stevenson & Co., of Columbia, are receiving quite a lot of nice staves at this place. Mr. George Yates and ivife departed, last Monday for Illinois, where they intend to make their future home. They were accompanied by E. L. McGinnis and fashions, then entertain the children every day with a forest animal story. 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. and for $5.00 a year. a friend versatile enough to give your wife just what she wants to know about cooking, shopping a friend who is not obtrusive, but who stands For Low Cost per Ton, j Mile, A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. pretty country, but there's no state in the U. S. A. that can beat old Ky., for its III., is a chance. E. L. W. For Sale. Then, too, her reputation as a cook must and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She kizoivs it will not disappoint licr. Order a can and have f j If you only COULD buy a friend like that, Milford. 111. Pure . Bred Adair County News Eggs, Pope and Pope strain. 1 5 We sure are having some bad W. D. Murrah, weather here now. snow about for $2.00. 20-IElkhorn, Ky. four inches deep. The road working has closed 3t Plymouth Rock "company" kind of baking every day. Calumet contains only surh ingredients as '. ave beo V approved rf. ;" ' by Co U.S. Food i... 3, ' vy :f. Yon save r,T t At , Ion sac . is and wife as far as Jeffersonville, Ind. Mr. McGinnis has spent the winter here with friends and relatives. While here, he purchased of his uncle, S. P. Harvey, and W. W. Wheat 30 acres of land, and will return this fall and build. Mr. and Mrs. McGinnis are good, jovial people and we hated to see them leave. He paid $300 for the land he bought. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Darnell and little son, Monford, were visiting at Mrs. Matilda Petty's, You Couldn't Spend the Money Too Quickly, Yet The daily Courier-Journ- al this person might. Its opinions always are worth careful consideration, its news service is reliable and complete, its features for the home and for every member of the family are entertaining and instructive, and it costs only 85.00 for an entire year. is ready to do all that Kut Best of All We Are Now Able To Offer THE DAILY COURIERJOURNAL And The ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH 1 WAR MOTHERS' MEMORIAL BRIDGE TO SPAN KENTUCKY RIVER AT STATE CAPITAL Easter Sunday. As this is my first letter, I will close by saying farewell to the little peach blossoms, as the nd Monday freeze Sunday nights nipped them in the bud. - YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00 This offer'appiies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, If desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of presnt ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may sabstitue The Louisville Times for The Courier-JournaSend or bring your orders to the office of the l. GIVE THAT NEXT JOB OUR WORK IS US UP-TO-DA- ADAIR COUNTY ANEWS, Columbia, Ky. m&Qb0wfig?' "lw "?&tfm$ mmM au-toi- st ; 6 POO n &?." riT No premiums with Camels all quality ! 'MAMELS quality plus Camels ex- - . From a Water Color Rendering By Leo L. Oberwarth, A. I. A., Architect, Frankfort, Ky. The War Mothers of Kentucky, an and electric car lines coming into and organization of the women who gave leaving the Capital city as well as passing along the Midland Trail. their sons upon call of their govern- It is proposed that each county of ment that the world might be free, Kentucky be represented in the mehave determined that the patriotism morial by the placing of a bronze taband heroism of aU Kentuckians in the let for each along the main avenue of late world war shall be memorialized the structure, the tablet to contain the in a most lasting way by the building names of the soldiers and sailors the of a memorial bridge across the Ken- county furnished to the National Govtucky River at the State Capital. This ernment In the war. The entrance splendid monument, shown above, was arches of the structure will contain given the strongest endorsement by public comfort stations, rest rooms the General Assembly of Kentucky at and drinking fountains, there will be projecting bays, rith seats, on either the session just closed, with the that It be made a part of the side of the walk ways of the bridge. great public highway scheme laid out Electric light standards ending in flag poles for decorative purposes will be by the Assembly. organization of War Mothers, placed at the bays. The approaches The which is made up of county units rep- to the bridge North and South will be resenting each of the one hundred and embellished with permanent landscape twenty counties of Kentucky, deter- plantings. That the Capital City of Kentucky mined to unite in a single memorial, setting for such a splenbullded by the combined efforts of the Is county organizations rather than scat- did memorial Is generally accepted by tered monuments. They decided that the people who have Interested themthe monument be an emblem repre- selves In the project. People from senting the entire Commonwealth; every section of Kentucky are in that it should be a practical, useful Frankfort daily. That the General memorial and that It should be located Assembly held to this idea is shown where It would be a spectacle to the by the following resolution of endorsegreatest number of people of the Com- ment which was adopted unanimously monwealth. A glance at the picture in both branches of that body: Whereas, The organization known shows the very practical side of these suggestions. The bridge will cross the as the War Mothers of the State of Kentucky River at the head of Main Kentucky, made up of the patriotic street In the city of Frankfort, its women who gave their eons to the southern end resting on Capitol ave- cause of world freedom and sent them nue, a etreet one hundred and fifty across the seas to battle for that ieet In width and ending with the new cause, while they, remaining at home, State Capitol and Governor's Mansion. gave their energy and June to every Architecturally the bridge is designed war effort fostered by the National strictly In harmony with the Capitol. Government, Js now engaged In proIt can be seen from both the steam moting a State memorial to the men sug-gesU- on the-proper who took up arms at their country's call; and, Whereas. This organization has determined that such memorial should not be In the form of a monument, such as has been customary in the past, but a memorial that will ever-B- e of use and benefit to the people of Kentucky while adorning the approach to Kentucky's Capitol and contributing to making of the Capital City of Kentucky a city all Kentuckians- will be proud of ; now, therefore, fcMSj m7 521 Vr -- P3 Jcie mmm t iTURKJSH & DOMESTIC CI V4 pert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you ever drew into your mouth And, the way to prove that statement is to compare Camels with any cigarette in the world! Camels have a mild mellowness that 1 puf-by-p- uf is as new to you as it is delightful Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! Be It resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of Kentucky, that we do most heartily endorse this worthy movement upon the part of the War Mothers of the State and sincerely hope that their vision of a great Memorial Bridge across the Kentucky River at the Capital City will shortly They are always refreshing never tire your taste. the$ BLEND Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odorl Your say-s- o about Camels will be: "2kZy, CARE TTS S be realized. And be It further resolved, w view with approval the plan of having each of the one hundred and twenty counUes of Kentucky represented In this splenid Memorial Bridge the placing thereon of a bronze tablet containing the names of the soldiers who served from the various counties, and with special reference to those who gave up their lives. We would urge upon the present State officials that they 1st every way with the War Mothers in this project, particularly the State Road Department, which might make of this structure part of the great highway scheme now being worked out In Kentucky, . and would recommend to the next General Assembly that they assist In making such 'memorial possible. ;' but that's a great cigarette". glaaamo-paper-eore- Camela, ere Bold ereiywAero in adentiKcoBy swiJ packages of 20 ciantiaa; or tea packages K20O canon. ro cigarettes) in a etroogly recommend this carton forthohome oroffieo supply or when you trareL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Sale- N. C L .1 HU ft.'li jV V 8 AJ2 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Stanley Epperson John Jeffries "Fatty" Collins Additional Locals. Went Over NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER SERVICE COLUMBIA CAMPBELLSVILLE the Bluff. Sanders & Hendrickson's Music Store Last Sunday morning a car driven by Clel Turter who was accompanied by Esau Beard and others, went over the bluff at Cheatham's Bridge. Mr. Tarter was considerably hart about the body, and Mr. Beard also received injureis. The cause of the accident, Mr. Tarter, says, he lost control of the machine. The car was damaged but little. This is the second or third time an accident has happened at this short turn. Americrn Legion Call. II 1 j 2 I m m H "METEOR MOnEL, 125." t Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. We want in, every former service FARE $2.00 EACH WAY. Leaves Columbia 4:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. and 4:00 Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. Give Us a Trial, We Giiarante Satisfaction. Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. Phones: P.M. man in Adair county. Want them to acquaint themselves with the principles of the organization, hence a general meeting of Adair Post will be We ndw have a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of the following excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a full-lin- e EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. jimxYNJixmi , y -- yTfc . tm VSXB -- ..KfW ELECTRICiTYiEQRiEVERYiFABM, " VS held Wednesday, Apfll'21, 1920, at 7:30 o'clock at Columbia, and each member is urged to attend and to bring an applicant. Each member will be given his Legion Button on this occasion. Get in step. The day is near when failure of a veteran to wear an American Legion button will occasion comment. Thd organization stands for God and country first and all the time, ready for war at its country's call. Again we urge you not to fail to attend this meeting. Edgar W. Reed, Commander. Ralph Hurt, Post Adjutant. of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the ing makes: EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line of SHEET and ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. W.-- J 7iTvVN HU H. Kinnard, of Nell, was here last Wednesday. He reported that the farmers in hi3 locality were Mr. R. mb r5i i ELCO-LIGH- T iju over in summer, no slipping belts, no magneta to contend with, no grease cups. Only one place to oil, will run five hours on one gallon of coal oil. It's a four cycle engine with overhead valves. Automatic start and stop. 40 lights, 32 volts, 20 candle power. If you need more power and want more lights we have them from $395.00 on up. v light used for light and power, air cooled, no water to freeze in winter, no water to boil Oelco all busy and many of them were ready to plant corn, and that a large acrege would be put out. He also aaid that there were quite a number of plant beds, but that it is not believed that there will be as large crop of tobacco put out this coming season as last year. fc JEHlf 1 ' See our complete Instrument Display in the Phone or NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK on Corner Columbia and Main Streets. Fire Insurance. write us your wants. SANDERS & HENDR1CKS0N MUSIC . I have accepted the agency for Adair and Green counties from the North American Fire Insurance Company, an old reliable orginization. I respectfully soljct your business. Sam J. Cabell, Gaesham, Ky. 25-4t STORE Campbellsville, Kentucky. If interested write for catalogue, or call on HENRY MILLER, Columbia, Ky., or W. T. STRONG, Campbellsville. Kj. HAPPi" WOMAN do of JBlackwell, Okla., who represents an oil company having a great many leases.in Adair Mrs. Dorinda Coomer, aged twenty-fiv- e County, arrived at the Jeffries Hotel years, died in Jthe Sparksville Saturday night. Mr Pearce informs country last Wednesday. The day bethe News that his company has en- fore her death she lost a child, three gaged four rigs which will be shipped years old. to this county, and in trie near future wells will be started. Fertilizer. Mr. Is Elmer Pearce. I HAVE THE GOODS your --- , h Have Car Fertilizer at W. E. Noe's Kemper Co., will find a buyer. Office, fact, the Perfeot Tonic has done it for" Come and look over my Line. My prices are right. I can 25-t- f warehouse in Columbia, Ky. Jeffries Hotel. s thousands it will certainly do the, save you money on Ladies, and Misses Ready-to-WeREALIZES HER G. W. Dillon, Breeding, Ky. same for you. Mr. John Collins, who is employed Hab, Waists, Bungalo Aprons, Dresses, Sealpax Underwear, 25-MISTAKE NOW Trutona is sold in Columbia atPaull by Mr. J. N. Petty, at Picnic, this Slippers, Shoes, Hose. "Gents," I Can Supply You, Too ! Drug Co. Adv A oounty, met with a very serious The trustees of the Russell Springs accident last Wednesday. He was Graded School have been lucky in Decoration Day will be observed at FERTILIZER. pealing bark off a dead, tree when he selecting teachers for the coming '1 Would Be About $100 Better West Fork grave yard, Cumberland Fertilizer at Cost thia week only. If you haven't received your supply fell to the ground. A piece of baric school year. They have contracted for I'd Have TaRen Tru-- $ County, on May 30th. Everybody Is fell with him and landed across his all grades with but. one exception. you had better hurry, as it will be impossible to get any more on acinvited to be paesent and all are re-tona First;" Mrs. Brown's right leg breaking both hone3 above count of the Railroad Stike. d quested to bring baskets. the ankle. For Sale. Statement. There win. be several memorial L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, The buyer and seller meet and trade addresses. Fertilizer 16 per cent acid 2 per AT CANE VALLEY. 25-tat The Kemper Co.'s Office. J. T. Bybee ', 'I realize cent potash, tobacco grower. vLouisville, Ky., Apr. 20. "S. F. Eubank. bow that I'd be about one hundred Mr. T. G. Rasner has moved from M. J. D. Patterson, who lives at dollars better off If I'd taken Trutona Russell Heights to his U. B. Church, Picnic, this county, was e News If you need fertlizer see G, W. first, instead of trying the numerous Office on Bomar Heights. On account of Mr. last Friday. He stated that the Collins goods. Place of business in medicines I did without getting re- ediearly sown wheat in his section was Rasner taking possession of this . suits." Mrs. K E Brown, 662 South Ebiscapal services, on fifth front of Grlnstead poultry house. (looking fine. The late sown at this fice, the ' Twenty-thir- d Street, Louisville, told time looks thin, but he thought it Sundays will not materialize, Murray's Ladies Spring coats at the Trutona Representative recently. would come out. Taking' altogether, it I For Sale, of I have received nice i'lhad Indigestion, "Mrs. Brown he concluded the prospects were good, Eld. W. T. May closed a meeting at 'said in describing her troubles." It for a large crop ELGIN and BRACELET WATCHES, Three Discs, twd1lhs, one eight Garlln last Friday. in his part of the Seemed there was nothing I could eat SPECIAL PRICES which will be sold county. Come quick. would agree with me. The indithat Sunday, May 2. will be gd to Sunday during march. Don't fail to see them. S. F. Eubanfr. FOB SALE. Genuine Boone coungestion caused me to be annoyed with School Day, Let everybody attend .dizziness. If I would stoop over I ty white seed corn, 1919 crop. Two Mr. Oscar Fair, of Liberty, who their respective schools. tests, 100 per cent. each. On 70 up watches. I You know how boys lelt like I was going to fall and if I lbsvtobu., $425. Shelled' 56 Ear to represents the Louisville Tin and lbs. walked up stairs I'd be annoyed by bu. 34.75. Good, heavy sacks included. Stove Company, was in Columbia last GlensforK. knows for have b'lack spots forming before my eyes." Prompt attentions to all orders. real value of Friday, taking orders. He also had from own experience, Wm. Swearingen, .. "Sojiany people Bpoke highly of upon onr subscripthisname entered INGERSOLL. The singing, Sunday afternoon, . Shepherdsvllle, Ky 3?rutonian in the papers that I decided E3 ion book. 24-at; this place, conducted by 2?rof. to, try.it. Many of them had suffered Jones, was largely attended, f ' .from troubles like mine, too. had "JEWELER" tried medicine without Kentucky. Miss Lucy Kelsay, of this place Columbia, and had gotten! airly disgusted Result who is attending school at Co-S x f IJfl tell you. But Trutona has lumbia, came out home a few". CANE VALLEY, KY. ed all of my 'troubles and I Saturdays ago, bringing witK AU enjoyed themselves and had tfather, Mr. W. H. Hamons, of S&'tfrthorn Cattle . - - ThorougKbred and Grades. ,can truthfully say?hW, that I feel ,. . , m,"W her a few of her inenas. xney a nice time. have for years.'" this place, Sunday. better than I Chester White Hogs . -- , . Thoroughbred and Grades. Miss Dora Mc- 'were as follows: V '.Mrs. Brown's statement should Hampshire Sheep - - - . Thorbughbred andGrades. Ella Blair, of Fairplay, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Loy and of the deepest interest to every prove Farland, Miss Iva Lewis, Mr. Mrs. Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. Webb, near Mrs. Frank Strange and daugh-- one who Is suffering from stomach, Charley Webb, Mr.fi Ores Long, visited Mrs. Ella Sunday. :.uvei and bowel troubles. That Tru- Manager, ter, Miss Elda, were visiting Mr. S. N. B. HANCOCK, Mr. Clarence Traylor, and Mr. here, fcona completely relieved her troubles Hamon and family, and Mrs. Lannis Loy, of Fair-pla- y, Valley, Kentucky. MrT Zeno Cane OlaJohnion. MiH Lena Bolin, jgterother medicines failed, has been ' of this place, alio was present of Fairolay, were visiting his last Wednesday. elnTfcelrstated and.if Trutona will ar 3t that for one person as a matter of property for sale? The Anything you want in Dry Goods, Groceries,' Harness, Hardware, Garming Implements and Fertilizer. I ; lolflf ; well-tille- f. in-th- WATCH SALE just a assortment at -- the thing tear them. Father the -- an 3t I after-medicin- e entire-lwrelie- r I B. YQTTJSTGb VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM &&4bGM&&&fr& - -- 'Business