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If f JVftair Comttg 5feats VOLUME XXIU COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAYT APRIL ' NUMBER 28, 920. 27 - feet or more No reliable estimate of Cleanup WeeK. venthe capacity of the well can be time, but the owners are Mexico produced 90,000,000 barrels tured at this The following is a more than pleased with the outlook of crude oil in 1919. Last week's re by the State Board of and in addition Proclamation" ports from the Kentucky fields.showed for a fine production, Health: very fin forty seven wells completed, and with to this the quality is of the WHEREAS, the winter's accuma-latio- n est ever found in the state. only one dry hole reported. of decaying filth and refuse in i. The new well is about 300 yards disThe J. E. Carnahan Oil Company alleys and streets of cities and towns, from the old Gabbert well, drillwho havebeentied up with a "fishing'i tant and especially in and about the back ed years ago, and which was a job in Russell County, near Crocus, premises of almost all homes, rich producer when there was no are now drilling. They are down nearand poor, in cities, towns and country demand for crude oil and when the ly 400 feet, with good prospects for a districts, constitutes an annually reprice was so low no attention was paid nice well. curring menace to the health, life to its production. The same compaof the latest oil fields in prosOne and comfort of the entire population "spudding in" on well Kb. 2 pect in this country is located in the nies are of Kentucky, which easily and inexthis farm, and we look for further resouthern portion of the state of Mispensively can be hauled away and ports of an interesting nature from sissippi, along the line of the L. & N. spread upon gardens and farms where section at an early date. Ry., where JKew Orleans and Chicago that it is much needed if all classes of the capitalists have leased and will develpeople will lend a hand in the work, Shower of Good Things. op some 75,000 acres. They expect to now, go to a depth of 4,000 feet with their A large number of the members of THEREFORE, be it known that test wells. the Baptist Church visited the home the State Board 6t Health, by virtue A dealer in oil leases in Shreveport, of their pastor, Rev. Leslie J. B. of authority vested in it by the law, La., advertises them for sale at from Smith, last Thursday evening, each hereby joins the State Federation of Woraens' Clubs in designating $5.00 to $50,000.00 per acre, and there one loaded with the best to be prethe period from April are people who will be willing to buy pared for table use and many pieces of nice table ware. Rev. Smith 26th to May 2nd as 'i at the latter figure. We are not getting real fancy prices as yet for teases was not present, but he was over- this to include liming and whitein this section, but over in Allen joyed upon his return at the mag- washing, for ever home in Kentucky; County a forty acre lease sold recent- nificent donation tendered by the pas- and in this health and. life saving tor's admirers, who are devoted to work the Board earnestly appeals for ly for S8,0u0. The oil business has created such a him and he to them. Eev. Smith the full and active cooperation for the demand for houses in the city of Bow- only recently started to housekeeping, entire week of all city andcounty.-officials,- ' day and Sunday school teachling Greerv Ky., that the business and this homelike and Christian demonstration will certainly make ers and pupils their duty to begin men there are raising a fund, $25,006 being raised'in four days, with which him feel that he is at home, and with the school house and grounds so to erect living quarters to relieve the among good people, who by their acts as.to make them models for the communitypreachers and their church congestion. 100 tents are being pro- have shown that he is appreciated. OIL NEWS. "Clean-up-Week -- , Song" was rendeied by Mrs Tuiney, Misses Combest, Strange, McFarland, Messers. Webb, Walters and Dillon. The program was concluded with an instrumental duet by Misses Lockard and McFarland.. Both musical num bers were artiscally rendered and very much appreciated by the audience "' $&&'wj$&" ' y$ , i 5 3iriKrilr'ik'" x&$m ts& K,- aflE&aElK'..-- . .. for manufactured tobacco, the West- -ern Kentucky dark tobacco finds, av market chiefly in European countries and, more' especially, In France ani Italy. The present deplorable uation in dark tobacco is a direct rer suit of two factors, the present situation of foreign exchange, and, the? . sit, phe-nomin- al Meeting at Jamestown. vided to supply immediate needs. Wellston, Ohio. We have not had this kind of a situation to contend with here, but unless Editor 2Tews: signs and predictions fail the time is I notice my subscription to your panot far distant when people will be per is past due, I am enclosing check begging for living quarters in Columfor $2.00, which you can place to my bia credit on your subscription roster. I The demand for oil drilling machin- want you to know that I appreciate ery is so great that the different man- your paper, because that through it I ufacturers are unable to make prompt keep in touch with .the people and shipments, a period of from sixty to the life of the community that I am ninety days often elapsing) before an proud to call my own. " order can be filled, and conditions 'are I must say also that I am glad to far from being improved with the ad- see the large space given to the vent of good weather. World Movement and the grade of crude Dollar Campaign of With the Somerset oil selling at $3 75 per barrel, and with the Southern baptists. Sincerely yours, the Pennsylvania grade at 86.10 pe S. P. Stapp. barrel, it does not take a very smart long to figure out the immense- man Leg Broken. profits to be realized out of the oil business, even with small wells. In Mr. J. T. Coy, brother of Mr. J. W. the counties of Adair and Cumberland we find a quality ofjoil comparing Coyand also of Mrs. W. T. McFarland, favorably' with the Pennsylvania was struck by an automobile in Louisgrade, so even ff our --wells do not ville where he resides, and his right prove to be "gushers" we. will make leg was broken just below the knee. Mr. JohnCoy and his sister, Mrs. good money anyhow. to Louisville to see their Statistics furnished thrcugh the doUnited States Geological Survey, show brother, and they report that h els ing very well, but it will be some time that we 'have reached the lowest can be out. level otour oil stocks since 1910, and before he that supply now on hand is not suffDr. J. 3ST. Page will soon have a new icient to last more than three and home for his stock of drugs. Mr. Jas. f months. When we takeinto T. Page is having the room in his old consideration that our production is hotel building,, fronting Buchanan not nearly keeping pace with domes- LyoTS Co., fitted to receive the Doctic demands, andalso that our foreign tor's goods. It is to be repapered, demand is not already large, but is shelves and counter's put in. It will increasing rapidly, it is easily sien make a .cozy store room and the whither we are drifting. But, with doctor will not be hard to find. In these faots staring us in the face there the summer his friends of evenings are people "who pooh, pooh at the oii can sit ' on his veranda and expectu-tat- e business, and they "will not be conon the ground; in the winter vinced they can keep comfortable by his During the tyear 1916, 1629 new warm stove and narrate v companies were formed in the United Mr L. V. Turner, 6 the Montpelier Spates to engage in the development oil and gas resources, and the re- section, was in Columbia last Thurs-'- , of fining and distrjbution oj. petroleum, day. He saidthab wheat had come' representing a total indicated in- out in his locality and was looking, vestment of over three and three-Quart- prosperous. Winter oats, he said, dollars. Truly a was looking, fine. Mr. CM. Hind Wiltons great industry, and an unpreeendebt-c-- man, of Milltqwn, was also here" and he said wheat was looking well fn reconiior one year. A real oh well was drilled iu on his section; that he had one field of Thursday last, in the southern por- wheat that was knee high tion of .Russell eoanty. n.srJ:he Adair Senator Robt. Autle, of Russell Co., -- nl, and a charge of Lieut Governor S. n ro by hruston Ballard's farm, in Jefferson or Gov. Ballard's trucks er Senator Antle's house- Thursday. The Russell r Is a good farmer and a Inter-church recent-75-Million one-hal- er 3 slHfrcm thjBer- .has-take- !m& $&"9Ka mgwwaaB rfcilizsr sold in, bhan in any e farmers Rev. Pat Davis' meeting, at James" town, is in full blast and a great deal A Proposition. of interest is being manifested by religious people of all denominations, 1 have a set of 26 volumes, sheep-- . people living five and six miles out of binding, of the EncyclopadiaBritanica. ' town attending the night services. They cost me S6.00 a volume or 3156.00 Rev; Davis is a very zealous minister from the press. I would like to leave one of trie mostsucc'essful revivalists them as a nucleus for a Library for in the Louisville Conference. His the Public school. I will throw im earnestness wins souls, and we predict the S100 if the friends and Tru3tees when this meeting closes" conversions will make up $56. by the score will be the result. Rev Very truly, Davis was born and reared near B. T. Watson. this county and though he has Mr. J. S. Darnell, a fornm mayor ' been Absent for a num.ber of years, of Frankfort, has spent part of the1 the love for the county of his nativity REV. B. T. WATSON. is akin to the love that a mother has The above is a splendid likeness of week here looking over our town for her child. the minister Tvho has been the pastor with the view to asking for a franchise to establish a ga3 plant here. Should Mr. Wm. Looper, of Ontario, Ore , of the Presbyterian Church, this he do so he will invite local- - capformerly a resident of Russell County, place, for the .past two years. His italists to invest, if they desire todo Ky., spent a iew hours here last resignation was tendered a month ago, so, arid' should ha establish the plant Friday while on his way to visit his and from here he goes- to Providence, he will furnish gas for light and heat daughter, Mrs Joe McFarland, Ky. Sunday night he delivered his and cooking purposes. Mr. Darnell Jamestown, Mr. Looper has been farewell sermon to the congregation, already has successful gas plants afr living in the eastern portion of Oregon all other denominations being repre- Campbeilsville andJiLaitchfield. He near the Idaho line, for the past six sented. His parting words were says gas is far cheapar;than coal and. years, and he is thoroughly converted touching, and Rev. R. V. Bennett and Eld. Z T. Williams made short electricity and more convenient in members, womens' olubs, Red Cross to the belief that there is no other talks, testifying to his work as a min- every way. Harrodsburg Herald. chapters, newspapers, and every fam- country anywhere to compare with it. Mi. Darnell i3 a brother-in-laof ister, and the sorrow his departure ily, and especially asking city and He told in a very interesting way the Mrs. Lanie Staple and Mrs. J. G. will bring to the community. town officials and heads of families to wonderful climate, fertility of the Eubank, this place. furnish teams and the heavy labor, soil, and of the bumper fruit and To Friends of The News. I have an eatire.Jnew stoqk of. midnecessary in hauling off the refuse grain crops raised there, being made summer millinery. Call early. system. which, with this encouragement, the possible by the irrigation Miss3JuliaJEubank. women and children can be relied up- He reported 75 bushels of wheat per In order that no one may be misled acre, 125 bushels of oats, 100 bushels concerning the execution and prompt on to collect at accessible places; and Mr. E. L. Feese, who has been em- - the Board urges that the press, wom- and "over of corn, and in one instance delivery of from this office, ployed in The K"ews JoblDapartment,.-o- f ens' clubs, clergy and teachers give last year of a certain farmer grow- we make this statement: We have this plant for several years, volun- this proclamation such publicity as ing 1400 bushels of potatoes on one arranged with a first-clato tarily quit tha offi33 last Tua3daat-will make it effective, with the plea acre of ground. A 150 pound pump- take care of the business that comes ternoon. He was a willingjand faith- - f that the clean-u- p be repeated" monthly kin, a 10 pound turnip, and a 500 to this office and the work will be de f ul worker while here andJhisJpresenceH promptly. until cold weather sets in next fall, pound sturgeon, the latter being tak- livered Furthermore, is missed. His leavlngnecessitates a '' except that it, be weekly as to the en out of Snake River, were among there is an artistic printer who lives of in- in Columbia, ind he lias informed us the employment of another printer, manure in all stables where horses are someof the recent things will be herelnj.a few days.. kept in order fo put an end to the terest to be sen there. Unimproved that he will lend a helping hand and he land sells as high as 8800.00 to and should it become necessary. So the In the meantime, the work will ga breeding of fifes. uninterruptly along, The Xews liking paople who are friendly to The News Given under our hands and the 81,000.00 per acre. everybody and everybodyjliking The need not fear but the business will go Seal of the Board this 20th day of Mr. ElmolPearce, an oil man residXews April, 1920. . uninterruptedly along. ing at Black well, Okla., who has exJohn G. South, M. D., Miss Lura Hadlay, who was,twenty- tensive holdings in this section and President five years and twenty-fiv- e days old, Tobacco. who has been here for several days A. T. McCormack, M D., died at the home ofjher parents, in:. past preparatory to developing his acSecretary. Russell County, the 8thJof this month? r reage, received a wire Saturday night Afcer a careful investigation into a victim of dropsy. She was a youngf calling him home at once. He left Paid List. the condition of the tobacco markets woman who had many friends and?-heearly Sunday and he hopes to be able of the United States and suchforelgn death brought great sorrow to to retunfin the very near future when are' new paid subscribcountries as information can be se- -' remaining members bfjthe family and """ The following ers and renewals since our issue of last he will inaugurate an aggressive drill- cured from and based entirely upon a a large circle of friends. She was' ing campaign at tne earliest possible Tuesday. normal production per acre, for the ready to go, havingjjprofessed religion: J. E. Humble, V. M Epperson, M.. date. Mr. Pearce has great faith in tobacco acreage now in sight, the five or six years ago, and lived faith- F. Dudley, Edgar Reece, O. M Willis, this section as an oil field, and we Department of Markets submits the f ul to the end. Sam Aaron, T. B. Curry, Miss O. M. wish him unbounded success in the following report for the information, Reed, S. P. Stapp, J. A. Garrison, enterprise Waxted, a white girl in my home. of tobacco growers and buyers in this G--. A. Moody, J. O. Miller, Mrs. Belle state. With the acreage now planned, Come at once. Apply at thehdme. Sumying Started. Patterson, Mrs. Eliza Wilson. Selley Geo. W. Lowe if a normal yield per acre Is produced, B Baker, C E. Antle, C. T., Stunts, the price jof all burley, except the Mr D. M. Phelps and Mr. T. C. P. V. Williums. Mr. Count Stults and wife will rehighest type of cigarette leaf, should Faulkner, road engineers, have show a marked falling off during the move from Columbia to LouisvilIet All members of Columbia Lodge commenced surveying the road from market season of 1920, and even the and will ship their household goods iir No. 90, Free and Accepted Masons here to Gradyville. They started at rhiehest aualitv feaf mav suffer from a few days. Mr. Stults will contiriue . are rfftuested to be in the hall next the top of the hill, at Dr. R. Y." to work for the Union Central Life-- , . Friday night on time. There will be Hindman's residence, and the first' day uuuipeuiwuu wiui tne, Virginia type, Insurance Company,Jbut will be eri- if this is produced in any where near work iu several degrees, very likely Ehey followed the old road tojthe resigaged altogetherjin thejeity. We take the quantity indicated by the acreage the third. Members of sister lodges dence of S. H. Mitchell. They are pleasure ihjeommending Mr. and Mrst planned Since 1917, there has 'been moving along nicely and the work are cordially invited.. Stults to the good people of Louisville.; a constant trend jtoward an overwill be pushed to the end as rapidly Mr. Stults willlreturn to Columbia production of tobacco, but this was aspossible. Messrs. K"at Walker, . Debate at Lindsey Wilson, for one week injeach montnr tov look not felt because of .the sudden econoF. H. Winfreyand make up the reafter bis insurance business. mic changes which came about at the mainder of the crew. As 'previously close of thie war, and the high prices announced, the I. . n Cn I s " ui jaic. question of whether United .Stdtes Mr. Samx Aaron, a successtuNfarm-ero- f of last year's burley market were a Threes-Disc- s, twoterTs&dnfl should adopt universal- - military trainRussell County,, was here last direct result of surplus stockVin this ing was discussed inform of debate at Thursday, enroute to BoSchita, Okla. country and a partial faiire .of, the S F.tfmSSK Z Lindsey Wilson last Friday night. He stopped, here' a few hours and Eastern American cropsyHogebHer Ssii ,A Vmaay A large crowd gathered to listen to ordered the News sent to his addresa with a reflected advantage: from..! If you "wane to see Columbia free; thtse' promising young orators and He said, he did not kdow how long he short crop in India which datlsed from disease this spring and. summer the entire program proved to be one vould remain irl Oklahoma, buthei burley tobacco to be exported in far clean all rubbish from yoiirpfemises wanted a paper that would give him greater quanities than ever before. of unusual interest. With these advantages nullified, it and use lime freely. Tbejjtate BoatdM The affirmative side of the question comfort while there. seems reasonable to expect burjey of Health tells you in a proclariiat'Ion,r was defended by llessers.' Kelson and Business will pernaps be .a little tobacco to recede in price in the mar- published jn this gaper, whatyoqJ Traylor, the negative by Messers. ' s. dull with the merchants until the ket of 1920 Land suitable for the musbdoi Johnson andj Heskamp, four of the farmers get their crops in, but they production, of high type burley should, most intelligent and popular students We have employed Mrs. Lawrence: are perfectly willing to wait. When however, produce a good revenue. of the institution. Pickett. who.is a good "ad" setter, the farmer fails .topjosper all other The situation In dark tobacco is andean put up any. character of jbb The fudges found it very difficult businesses are ih'th'e.samaVboat. entirely different from that affecting1 tnat usuany comas, to at cotmtyj to4 reach a decision so strong was the argument from bothIdss buhfinally Mr. G; R. Reed has received and is burley, for while burley is chiefly used tic consumption, in a country Do not fait ta sej the spi decided in favor of the ngfcijw&Lv now using hfs new Hun afford to py high pcteea at Paramount th?s (Tunis - W. Daring- the evening 'TM good looker. -- fact that go'wers are either unwilling, r unable to market their tobacco' r. oearly in the season. - Mill-tow- n, "Clean-Up-Week'"- - w i a- job-wo- rk ss job-ma- n J . -- r the' ' -- "" .... I - 4flft. Ji "V, & -- v --- -- - - - KBIBiiipim?! " &) ; 7""--- - ;. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS M WsKm. ft 11--:- - "tW W W I N msTM'MmMMM ; WW& 9 9 9 .; . . ;. . SWVY pie Product of&perienee fifel . - J . v- - ' ! ' - j - v.'Jfe ll1 lesc-rSf- -- ' . - '':-i- r A Hill Climber, a Gasoline Saver, ' and. an. Easy Runner. ; TSir! f -- ':ja;3 e H 9 B&isK your floors with Hanna's Lustro-Finish- y $he combined Thte superj6c product not only, makes floors lustrous and l&m-- & stain-afid-varni- sh. rV'W'ill -. -- : .. .. - tc ?: s: - ' Ht- - r f f-t: "Price' $1,275. Come and see, At' ." and Have it Demonstrated to Xaur 9 elastic film that makes the best possible surfa'c! for floors subject to severe wear and usage. v but it also wears. It dries with a to18h ' Y.,v: 9 Hanna's Lustrp-Finisb'atural wood colors. K -- ft -- - .9 9 - can be supplied jn; eij It's excellent hot bnlv 'furitfture, woodwork M S algo floors, fat itjipusand and one ImaU finishing Jurp.oseT : pi the home. BOLD BY ".:- JEFFKltS HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. I . --r 'J EVERYTHING IN a Chevrolet "Four-Ninet- y" : Sedan, $,. S, .o.&. Fmf, iiVA. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood ROOFING and American Fence. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. ' BUCCIES AND WAGONS. Rid- Stael Fence Posts Brook DEHLEP BROS. CO a Incorporated 1 16 eaatMatket Mreci Between Plrst and Louisville, Ky. BB2G8G&Q3O?2O6Ot3Q0O It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. 6 WOODSON LEWIS GR,EENSBUBG, KENTUCKY. m t f -- JL .jmr v a .a VtL a y TLiiTtniTfc .i r-- w csvki P v gw jf j . 9 : i . idr ... -- if iv. "rf1 a - "r a m.i a J1 & 8 8 Kirs JlSila 8 8 a a 8 8 AUTOMOBILE LINE GolumDia and 6ampD6iisvilie TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia He is possibly better when thy most precious posses- come from beyond thy borders, than tnou tninKesc; more wortuy sion is thy children more pre- not related to thee by blood or These "commandments' were of thy love. Thy confidencein cious than all thy houses and Dy giving m marriage, as most read in a community meeting at him will be unto him as a strong lands, thy gold and thy cattle, are, thy school teachers and Holt, Missouri, by Rev. Ward tower in time of trouble and or whatsoever else thou hast on thy preachers. Treat them as fl. Edwards, pastor of the Bap- trial. He needeth thee even as all the face of the earth. thou wouldest thine own people; They were printed thou needest him. Perhaps if V- - Thou dost rightly belong make them feel at home; open tist church. in'fiio "Rnlt-- Rustier" with the thou knewest him better and he to one of the four churches of thou thy doors and thy heart to remark that. they "in no wise re- knew thee better, he would not Columbia; if thou does not, thou them- They are thy friends and pealed or changed any of the let his chickens run in thy gar- are like unto one of the foolish would do the good. original ten. We might add that den and thou wouldest be more virgins as it is written. Work Remember, moreover, that these new commandments are careful to patch the holes in thou diligently for the welfare of they are of like passions with not copyrighted, and are applica- thine own chicken fence. the church, attend all the ser- thyself, tempted in all points ble to any town." III. When thou buyest thy vices thereof, and when the like as thou art, not perfect; inI. Thou shalt not "knock;" merchandise, go thou to the basket is passed, seek deed, just ordinary, human beboost, rather, with all thy might. stores where thou sellest thy thou not the pennies in thy pock- ings. So will thy charity be If thou dost not like to live in butter and thy eggs, to the men et. Think not of thy church as stirred within thee and togethef Columbia, move out quickly, I who have given thee credit in a convenient place to be buried ye can do much good for the pray thee; if circumstances will the time of thy great need. It from only; think of it as a means whole community. noc permit this, then at least is not meet that thou shouldest of grace to the whole community. VIII. If thy name or the have the grace to keep thy send thy cash to Montgomery VI. Forget not thou, howevnames of thy friends be not mouth shut. Verily, there is no Ward and Sears, Roebuck, for er, that there are three other mentioned often in the chronicles better town even unto the ends verily their prices are no lower, churches in Columbia besides of thy newspaper, the News, lay of the earth. If thy head is sore and when thou hast not money thine own, " Possibly (here the not thou the blame upon the edamputate it or take it to a more thou are unto them as though prophet speaketh not with auitor thereof. Thou didst likely congenial climate for treatment. thou wert not. The stores in thority) it would be' pleasing, to forget to telephone him of thy It were better for Columbia to thine own home town help to God if there were but one church downsittings ancL thy uprisings, dispense with thy superior wis buildup the prosperity of the in a town of this size, but there the goings and comings of thy dom and the honor of thy pat- town, a town without good are four. Let the unity with friends likewise. Be not de ronage than thou shouldet be to stores is a deacl town. "they work ' together be ceived; the editor is neither om which it like unto a green fly in a jar of IV. Thou shalt have the best beautiful in the sight of the niscient nor omnipresent; he is preserves, or a: tack in a' new schools for thy children the laws Lord and all good men. Be not anxious to get the news and hair in the shoe, of thy state permit thee to have. jealous of one another. They thou pughtest to help him. He , butter. Pay thyschool taxes with a glad are all for the saving of the is all ears and will gladly listen II. Thou shalt get well ac- heart. If thy boys and thy girls boys and girls, the men and theJ to thy suggestions. Help thou quainted with thy neighbor, were Poland Chinaa or Short-horto make The News of even community in life him wilt the more easily not fret women of the then thou thou wouldest greater benefit to the community arid in ripat.h. ieep the commandmtnt: of the thyself because of the expense. Thou hast dwelling in than it has been heretofore, for help more towards. JaordtoJpve thy neighbor as The time cometh and now is tny midit certain strangers wjio nothing-caI thyself." New Commandments for Columbia . col-lecti- on -- 8 I 10 a. m and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsvilie 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. 8 um'3Ia 123 PHONES ) Campbellsvilltf, 8 208G808G$3GS?G8G8Ci -- W. E. NOE. 8 G8C8;0&Q$;S38O3S a I 1 & ir4ir iDPh itS JL -- IS YOUR LIFE s n? JL -- If Not Why-No- t so INSURE With the UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE 1 See 7TC PJ-in- COMPANY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. as We sell the best'fbr theIeast money. G. T, ...i 9A.r ui . STUltTS, fluent. ttmpta. try. rm VVJvlliJii-x- , i -- X&K&?3He&fg the upbuilding of than a live up-to-da- te a community hoe in season and out of season progres- Do thy full part in makipg the-- &g$$ . -- ora-longcur- ly ns m n sive newspaper. town beaut IX. Thou shalt do thy part inplanlr t keenincr the town clean anrlsaffall safe to livain. Thou shalt let thy filth accumulate i back yard, nor shall thou weeds grow five or six, high as is the custo Use thy scythe anj 1 -- rr V. K .ADAIR COUNTY" K NWS HanKoesseas&a&Mowi .css.- - w--t &. , l3. 1&mrs2TZ. jt ! - r- V- - 1 BALL CHIEF, 3806, A. S. H. R. Lawrence Rouseau 2744, A. S. H. R. $12.50 TO INSURE -- A LIVING COLT IN BOTH CASES. Ball Chief, in color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, hind pastern white, 10 years old, EggDESCRIPTION": 16 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that conies out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has 'a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suite the most fastidious. He has a good Short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all the gaitsin a most attractive manner. While he has not been extensively shown, yet, he has contended for honors in some of the best congregations of show horses and his many winnings are proof of his powers to. meet the requirements in the best show rings. As a breeder he is in the front rank, transmitting to get, form, size, style, and manner of going that are his characteristics and which make, not only show animals, but the general utility horse the horse that will always live in the fancy of men and perform the service in that manner that will command a fancy price. BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief, 1361, by Bourbon Chief, 976, by Harrison Chief, 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st. dam Louis Abdella, 5000, by Red Spuirrel, 53. 2nd.' dam Juella C, by Jewell Denmark, 70, he by Washington Denmark, 64, 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist, 75. 4th, dam by Cabejl's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of high class and is in every way worthy of your careful consideration. i Lawrence Rouseau is tbe greatest horse aired by old Red Bird. It is now conceded by all good horse judges that old Red Bird is one of the It is also generally admitted that Lawrence Rouseau is the finest individual, as well as the best bred colt ever sired by Red Bird. We have four important reasons for believing that Lawrence Rouseau is the greatest Red Bird horse in existence today. Our first reason is his superior individuality. Our second is money for which he has sold. Our third is his matchless record as a show horse. Our last is the faultless pedigree which proves him to be the best bred horse in Southern Kenthe tucky. LawreDce Rouseau is a chestnut sorrel, 13 years old, 16 hands high, with white hind feet, a blaze and snip. As an individual he stands almost without an equal. He has the size, the color, the form, the style, and the biggest ways of any horse in Kentucky. He was sold by R. F. Paull, of Columbia, when one year old for $350, that being the highest price for $600, again breaking the record for a colt of his age. He waa shown as a yearling and as a ever paid for a yearling colt in Adair county. He was sold as a counay fairs, and was never defeated by a stallion, mare or gelding of his age. He made his first show in the sweepstake harness ring lor all ages, but who won the premium in six defeating some of the best stallions sires by Dignity Dare. He was shown last summer in two fancy turnout rings, winning the premium in each case in competition with the finest -horses in the country. This proves that as a show horse he stands without a peer for one of his age. to the people of Kentucky. His colts are the kind that are the mo3t sought Ronseau, like his famous old sire, Red Bird, haa proven himself one of the greatest sires as web a3 by every lover of a good horse. His colts are now reaching the age of maturity and a number of them have been sold at prices ranging from $250 to $400 Good by the dealers, horses were never higher and scarcer not even enough to supply our local demand. There was never a better time in the history of this country to raise a good horse than now. If you want the best breed to the best. I respectfully invite you to inspect this horse, and his colts in this and adjoining counties before booking your mares. sire of Joe Brown, 1952, he by Cabell's Lexington, No. 323, he by Gist's Black Hawk. Red Bird's Lawrence Rouseau, No. 2744, A. S. H. R., sired by Red Bird. No. by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. Lawrence Rouseau's first dam, Elsie Owsley No. 2496, by Red Squirrel, No. 58, he by Black Squirrel, he by Black Eagle, he by dam King Eagle, he by Washington Denmark. 2nd. dam. Lula Gardner, No. 864, by Artist, No. 75. 3rd. dam, Bertie, by Grey Lexington, he bySteel Dust. 4th. dam by Stump, the dealer DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: LAWRENCE ROUSEAU, NO 2744, A. S. H; R. two-year-o- ld (i greatest sires ever produced in Southern Kentucky. two-year-o- ld yet-kno- 1956,-gran- d I have two good black Jacks, to; 16 hands 7 and 8 years old, 15 1-- 2 high. X --- -. '- . z GOV. "WOOD, fee$8.00. Hi , . - . J', -- Hi ' !? . " 1 rV" - v J i- - ' BRADY, fee 88.00.' In alUhefabove; cases LITING- OOLTS INSURED. . ', Thejabove described" stock will make the season of 1920 at my farm, known as the Jordan Page farm,rone and a half '" - "--' 77 ri-V.i- T. -- j' miles East of Cane Valley,Ky -m - - - . - ,. : -- - I ired to take care of mares sent to me from a distance, at actual'coat of feed; In all cages money is due and must be paid when mare's are bred to pother Istock, traded id from neighborhood without my consent. All stock will receive our personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, butj will nofc ley occur. W. C. VANHOY, Cane ValteY, Ky. 'w AfM atSr - c i iff - I, V '- Or TTJtfF Adair ? B 4 7" Clean up work started Monday such use as he may. see fit to .PROSPERITY. Eesfcd'the proclamation issued by the LIKE NEW MAN make of it; Last week in the There was never a time when State Board of Health published inPublished On Wednesdays. primaries in Illinois while GovGet that Range at Murray's. News. AFTER MAKING prosperity was so abundant in ernor Low den carried the state KeMacky- fUGolan6ia the united States as it is today J Win start flowers for growing 25 Mrs Mollle Nell, who has been overwhelmingly? Mayor Thomp ' GAIN Mrs. Noah Loy. rooming at the home of Eev. B. T. and it is shared by every class, and 50 cents son won oiit in the fight for cond.E.MURRELL, Editor The farmer is getting double and Stanley, the mule Jack, will make Watson, has taken rooms with Mrs - Mgr trol of the fifteen delegates- and treble for his 1MRS. DSy HAMLETT, products what the season of 1920 at the old Murray Daisy Hamlett. Remarkable and Convincing Stoby him at the Rewill be voted they, formerly brought, and he homestead. W. G. Ellis purchased the .farm ry of "Truiona's Restorative 2b. Convention. Democratic BOTripaperderoed to the Interest publican National known as the S. C. Neat farm, from can sell his place at" twice the the Citr of Colombia and the seosle of Adair The control of approximately fifty Powers Told;By Mr. Lee amount it cost him if he owned Remember that I keep a feed and J; A. Young,, consideration, 35,000. efl adjoining ccnntlei. , delegates by LaFollette, the This is a splendid small farm. it three years. The mortgage bn livery barn, Goff old stand." slacker of the United Gilbert Hill. Louisville, Ky., Apr. 27. "I'll s.vear it has been lifted. He is, in It. For Sale. as second Entered at the Colnmba' by Trutona and I never expect to be and Mayor States Senate, ... many instances, a gentleman of Uas man matter, without it again. "And why shouldn't .gsv-Thompson, the chief executive, s A combined horse. leisure, sending his sons and Persons whodo not attend Sunday I? After I had spent hundreds of Dr. W. J. Flowers. School of the "sixth German city in the daughters to College and riding ing of should be present on the" morndollars for other medicines, one bot-ti- e May 2. world,'' is a matter whose imEld. W. T. May, wife and daughter of Trutona did me as much good in fine automobiles. The mer portance is not to be underestiBorn, to the wife of J. H. Goff, and Mrs Leslie McClUter were enter- as all the rest put together. It placed chant sees hisbusiness 'grow by Subscription. Price 1st andnd.Postal Zone tained at the home of Eld. Z. T my system in perfect condition and mated. Fifty delegates may .50 ier yer. leaps and bounds. It is no lon- AprU 21, 1920, a daughter. Mother Williams last Thursday. All Zones beyond 2ndj$2.00 perjyear I've gained twenty eight pounds in turn the tide for some candidate ger question baby doing nicely. A Subscription due andlFayable in'Advance a of getting cus- and the bargain." In his own words, the at Chicago and it may easily de- tomers, but of supplying For Aafe. vr the The heavy rain last Tuesday afterforegoing is what Trutona, the pervelop that the nominee of that wants of those who enter his es- noon raised the water courses, some Five good fect Tonic has done for Harry Lee, an second hand sewing Convention may owe his nominaANNOUNCEMENTS employe of the Seelbach hotel, who . tablishment. 'The country is so of tham out of banks. machines at bargains. tion to these two near traitors. lives at 1661 Gallagher Street, Louisfull of money that the credit sysT. G. Basner & Son. The Kemper Co. Jeffries Hotel, buy for congress: ville. The matter tfiat most vitally tem, which plagued th$ small arid sell Oil and Gas leases. f Hail fell at different parts in this "Stomach trouble together with the We are authorized to announce concerns the Democratic voters merchant and sent many of them county last Tuesday night about Vl of an attack of pneuBassell creek almost reached the disEALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, of Kentucky this year is the to failure, is now almost o'clock. In the Mt. Pleasant country monia caused a general breakdown in bridge last Monday afternoon. A a candidate for the Democratic nomiit is said that much of the hail was as my health" he continued. "I became election of the full Democratic carded. The banker finds his terrific rain fell Sunday night. nation for Congress in this, the Eighth large as hen eggs. constipated and suffered headaches. Congressional District of Kentucky. ticket inthis state. Upon the deposits doubled and trebled and My appetitelwas very poor, it Heemed Ladies Spring coats atMurray's Primary .Election Saturday, election Sfate We understand hat Judge G. T. of the Democratic quaprupled; the sound financial August 7, 1920. Herriford will make considerable im- I never wanted anything but a cup of electoral ticket in Kentucky may condition of the country, and Boy's bicycle for sale. provements on his residence by adding coffee. prosperity among all classes See We are ' authorized to announce depend the choice of a president "Weli:Slr, I weighed only 130 pounds several additional rooms, and will Barksdale Hamlett, FRANK L. EIPY, of Anderson Coun-ty- a for this country for the next makes his loans safer than they when Ilbegan using Trutona but togreatly improve the appearance of Columbia, Ky. Democratic candidate for Con- four years. Upon the election of ever were, and he is able to pay day I tip the scales at 158 a gain of the home. gress, in the Eighth district, subject 28 pounds. And I feel just like a new increased dividends to his stocka Democratic senator in this L. O. Blair, Glenville, was made of the State primary to the action man. too. My constipation has been For Sale. state may depend the political holders as a return on their in- happy on the morning of the 20th, Auguit 7f 1920. relieved. I haven't had a headache complexion of the United States vestment. The laboring man is when his wife presented him with a Ford touring car. One man top, for weeks and my former nervousness senate for two to six years. The enjoying a degree of prosperity fine son. is a thing of the past. And my appefine engine. Price $500. County Democratic Convenloss of one or two congressmen that he never dreamed would Remember that everybody is extite well,', I eat more than my income See tion next Saturday afternoon. will stand. I'm full of life now, ennext Kentucky might determine come to him. No longer does pected to be in in Mrs. Hamlett, joy my work and I know I'm in perColumbia, Ky. Let every Democrat in the the political make-u- p of the next "the crown of thorns" press Sunday morning. fect physical condition. My county lay aside his work and house 6f representatives. The down upon his brow. His wages Steel Bange and Hoosier kitchen Mr. Thomas Creashaw, who via and my son come to Columbia next Saturday. loss of the state by 40,000 to have increased enormously, and cabinet for sale Property of Be v. fairly well acquainted in Columbia also took Trutona and helped them it of Mrs. Georgia Crenthe Democrats last fall need not he is able for the first time to B. T. Watson. Call at theManse. greatly. My boy's strong and healthy shaw and brother-in-laof Mr. S. H. and gaining weight Homer C. Cummings is to dismay us if a reunited party enjoy the luxuries of life, and now." Special show, a good one, at Para- Mitchell, died in Metcalf county Bound the key note at the San goes into the battle this year. start a bank account that grows mount this (Tuesday) night. Adis sold in Columbia at Trutona Tuesday of last week. He was! 77 Francisco Convention. He will The rank and file of Kentucky apace. The United States is mittance the same. Paull Drug'.Co. Adv. years old. lay down the issues. truly a land flowing with milk Democrats will have little patience with any factional fight- and honey." Our people are Harmonious Conventions will ing in the coming state conven- rolling in wealth. The preachbe held in every county in Keners of discontent who want to tucky next Saturday. State con- tion over tbe election of state get back to the "good old times" expressisons of vention in Louisville on Tuesday committees or presidential preference. The wjll not be satisfied with the following. great and single thought that milennium. These are the best The Supreme Court has rend- should be in the minds of all times that America ever had. ered a decision sustaining the delegates is harmonious action We have under a Democratic Separate coach act. The decision and a determination to allow the Administration a greater degree will be hailed with delight by all San- - Francisco convention the of prosperity, more widely disSouthern people. leBiiiiBaeesiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiBiiiiieiaiiBMaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiRiBBiiiiiiiiiiii widest latitude in its consider- tributed, than the most sanguine Republican campaign orator ever ation of the best nomination to Louisville won its annexation be important predicted for an Administration made. Many Kentucky Democrats, you case, taking in New Albany and Kentucky Democrats, you are ask'ecl developments may come before of his party. The prophets of to send delegates to the San are asked Francisco to send delegates to the Democratic Jeffersonsville, which increases Convention pledged to nominate a man National Convention instructed fc? the 4th of May when the Ken- evil, who predicted disaster un- who can win. population 40,000. The case its nominate a man who Is worthy to sit der a Democratic President and tucky convention will meet and "in the White House. That man is' James IT, Cox, Govern- will be appealed. . the 28th of June when the great a . Democratic Congress, have or of Ohio. -You are asked to use your influence been confused and confounded. for the nomination of a man, Here is a candidate whose record as gatherings at San Francisco one who personifies thabest traditions Is known. The editor of this paper had will Instead of hard times we have a place. Kentucky take of Americanism. Three times he has been elected the pleasure of meeting Jas. M. Democrats will, after San Fran- plenty; prosperity instead of A man, who, born on a farm, withGovernor of the normally Republican ' Cox, Governor of Ohio, at the out favoring conditions, has risen from cisco, have a great fight to make panics, and it has all come under State of Ohio. newsboy and printer's "devil" to reTwice he was elected to Congress by Seelbach, Louisville, 'last SaturWilson, a Democratic porter, from reporter to editor and and they should have no un- Woodrow big majorities over OTrong opposition. day As is known he is a Demopublisher of two great' papers. President, and under laws ennecessary handicaps. He has been a winner In business, A man, whose neighbors, who cratic aspirant for the Presiacted by a Democratic Congress too, by his own merit and courage. know him best, have called him three dency. He is a pleasing conat, Washington. There is nothing in his record that times to the highest office In their LODGES LEADERSHIP. should alienate a single Democratic State. versationalist, and a number of vote. A man whom no Interests have Milford, III. Probably in later years Senator gentlemen who called at his There Is much in his record that will been able to swerve from what he conapartments with us, were delight- Lodge will h as proud of his command thousands of Independent sidered to be his plain duty. and Republican votesv . ed with him. At night he ad- leadership in the Senate as. the Editor AdairNews A man who adjusts differences beHis popularity was a big factor in tween capital and labor without resort country now is proud of him dressed a large crowd. putting the pivotal State- of Ohio to troops. I will give here a few of the the Democratic column in- 1916.- - In and no prouder. His chief claim GOV. JAMES M. COX OF OHIO A keen business man who says Adair County people that are Ohio's electoral votes are needed "profiteering is the result of conditions' to distinction is that he led the The influence which the disBorn on a farm March 31, this year; he can swing them. carrying opportunity, if not prefernow located in Milford: : 1870. fight that, for the time bejng, loyal elements of our population ence, to one individual or class over What other Democratic candidate J. C. Wooten and wife, Charlie Educated in country"school' another." ' defeated ratification of the peace cao? will have in the Republican Natand high school. Simpson Rowe The Cox Movement in Kentucky Is A normal American, neither reactreaty and deferred hope for a Redford and wife, ional Convention at Chicago is a Worked as farmer boy, backed by citizens who See In the nomtionary nor radical, the kind of man and wife, Sim Roach and wife, printer's' devil and reporter. who will restore normal conditions In fact that should not escape no- lasting peace. It must be comfort- Walter England and wife, Noah ination of Governor Cox Democracy's " best chance for victor in State and a normal,' American way. Owns .and publishes Dayton ing to the distinguished Senator " tice from patriotic citizens. A Daily News and . Springfield Bennett and wife, Curtis Ben- Nation. Such a man is James M. Cox, the few weeks ago in the primaries that he was so devotedly aided Daily News. man who can win. It is simply an effort to put Kennett and wife, Marvin Gippison, tucky Democracy behind the one man Elected to Congress In 1909 in the state of Wisconsin there in his work by another distinCOX HEADQUARTERS Elem Bennett and wife, Edd who can win In November and, to Inand 1911. was a sharp contest within the guished Senator, Mr. Newberry sure success, all factionalism should have been established in Rooms 1, 2 Moss and wife, Andrew Moss be avoided and representative Elected Governor of OTiio in and 3, The Seelbach, Louisville, where Republican Party between the of Michigan, who now stands 1912, 1916 and 1918. of character, Intelligence and InDemocrats who want to see a winner wife, Roy Garmon and wife, convicted of criminal conspiracy, dependence should be elected as LaFollette and the nominated will be welcome. Come In, C. C. Rowe and wife, Lenis Rowe write or telephone. with a prison sentence hanging of that parand wife, Otis England, Olin ty. Both Bides had a full list of over him. To know that it was Janes, Elbert .Page, Sam Simpdelegates as candidates and the the vote of a Senator so branded Owen son, Munsie Cpomer, result was an overwhelming vic- which enabled him to pack the Wooten, Rollin Cole, Arlie Cole, Democrats, if you want a winner as your Presidential candidate, if you want to see rium- tory for the LaFollette support- Foreign Relations Committee phant, attend the mass conventions in your county seats at 2 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, Willie Wilson and Arthur Bendelegates who wijl insist on a Co delegation to the San Francisco Convention. ers. This means that the entire and defeat tbe great peace purnett. Won't there be a wonderWomen, who will cast their votes In November, are entitled to representatior state delegation of Wisconsin to pose of the President and the ful home coming. I will advise conventions. the Republican National Conven- great body of the American the Hotels of Columbia and the tion will be under the control of people is doubtless sweet unction auto line to get ready. ' Senator JaFollette and will be to the distinguished New EngYours Truly ,. P4T cal Advertisement as a pawn in his hands for land Senator's soul! ield Elbert Wooten. - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - Gforvty NeiJs Local We w'& - to-day- ...... 28-POU- ND -- pro-Germ- an Post-ofSc- e - - first-clas- wed. sM::mot b " 25-t- after-effec- ts . -- - Sunday-Scho- ol father-in-la- w thirteen-year-ol- d father-in-la- w w I ' arryThe Country With Cox self-mad- i Cox Can Win Cox Is Worthy e vote-gett- er red-blood- news-bo- y) Demo-.cra- ts anti-LaFol-le- tte factions Send Cox Delegates to the State Convention -- jKHrVjffl3 V - .e&fG: (PB y"'' & ' b ""a L?-. -- - ?"&. ? - ? ' li PPjnZ Jf .: . . - BSSM &? ADAIR COUNTY NEWS IO! O V v $! r IOC so il o c TO THE FARMERS T V - NEW SPRING GOODS v IN ALL DEPARTMENTS to - o D itf AT Now is the time you need work tools. 9 RUSSELL & CO. 0 And we are ready to supply you with Plows, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, . Corn Planters, H o L30X ff aE PERSONALS Mr. L. "WJ Cleaver, Lebanon, was here lastlt.ursday. Mr. F. L. Wilson, Russell Springs, was here last Thursday. Mr. Charles Fisher, hardware man, was here a few days since Mr. Sam Hale Russell Springs, was in Columbia ajfew days ago. Mr. ville, were day. P. B. Lunsford and wife, Louisat the Jeffries Hotel ThursPaynter, Lawrenceburg, Mr. W. B. was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. Catherine Nell and Corinne Breeding spent last Saturday in Misses Louisville. Mr. Sam Lewis and his son, Alviir, were fn Louisville the latter part of last week. Mr. W. P. Nunnally, Louisville, week. was here to see his drug trade last Mr. G. A. Moody, a prominent-farmeWednesday. of Hatcher, was here SaturMr. T. W. Taylor,! Campbellsvilie, day. He is a staunch friend of The made his regular collecting trip to News and he called and renewed his Columbia last Thursday. subscription. Mr. B. Whites,ho has been overMr. L. S. Thomas and wife, Indianaseeing the si nking of an oil welT, near polis, were here Friday morning. Creelsboro, was here Thursday. Mr. W. I Ingram continues to im-- . Mr. Thomas' parents, some years ago, prove, bnt he has not yet taken his lived here He is in the railroad place in the store, but is there every business- day. Mrs. J S. Breeding, who has been Mr and Mrs. T. E. Jeffries and in an infirmary at Lebanon, for five o.r Squire Melvin Conover went to Louissix weeks, was brought home by her ville last Thursday on special busi- husband and daughter last Sunday. ness She stood the trip well. Mr. W. E Todd is now at the bedBauldauf, who examined al "-- tide of his sister, Miss Verna, Bowling Green. She remains in a very critical condition. Mr. V. P. Williams, Mangum, Okla arrived last Wednesday, to be with his mother and sister, who remain in critical conditions. n Mr. D. E. Hatches, the gentleman who traveling shoe man, a has many friends in Columbia, was here last week taking orders. ggMr. J. S. Breeding, who was with Mrs. Breeding, jn Lebanon, from Friday afternoon until Sunday afternoon reports her condition better. Judge W. W. Jones, who is yet confined to his bed, is thought to be some better. His numerous friends are anxious, concerning his condition. Mrs. Margaret Fleeson, who has been with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Todd, the past two months will leave for home in Texas) this well-know- IEOE SAT R. M. Corn Drills, IO And all other kinds of Implements, that Hurt, in Louisville, last Friday, put him on a treatment and sent him home, and gave as his opinion Mr. Hurt would improve. Mr. has been an invalid for some months, left for for Louisville last Thursday, to consult a specialist. He was accompanied by his brother, Mr. L B. Hurt. Mrs. Bryan Montgomery and her little daughter, Louise, left Thursday to visit relatives in Lebanon. They will go to Raywick where Mr. Montgomery is temporarily located, Mr. J. N. Petty and daughter, Willie, who have been spending a few days in Louisville with Mrs. Petty, who has underwent an operation, report she is doing nicely. Mrs Helena Williams and her 1 daughter, Miss Mattie, are reported some better. Eld. Vertis Williams, son and brother, started on his homeward trip to Oklahoma Friday morn ing. R M. Hurt, who Wagons, Field Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. I m .. .- - Seed, and a DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. V p 5; - Columbia, (! 8 I ' n T. F. CORBIN - r J. A- Sanders, of Campbellsvilie, spent last Sunday with the family, of Mr. W. I. Ingram Mr. and Mrs, - LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Are twin conservators of and with" Mr. Jo Knifley and wife! For Sale. On account of ill health we desire to sell our store and stock of goods at Joppa, Ky. Consisting of general merchandise. Good location, on Jamestown road f miles from Columbia. Any one wishing to engage injuch business will call on or write at once. I J. Willan & Soa. 26-2- rCANE VALLEY, KY., x lJAuctioneer and Dealer In HOME MAN-POWE- the ' RealrEstate. Your Business So licited.S Life Insurance protects from R LOSS of the That earns the daily bread. - Fire Insurance protects from t rm.m i tfssx- - -- " xtr? . r. W Jfcr P Hf""- - ty.j .. asTLfe.. "iLt.vti?tayrM" "LI. LOSS of POSSESSIONS Alva Grider B. O. OPTOMETRIST ' That shelter and comfort. G--. R. "The Service Agency" REED, Kentucky. Insurance in all Its Branches. Columbia; There are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars . in daily opera tion in the United States. This is a little better than one-ha- lf of all the motor cars used in America. The Ford car is every man's necessity. No matter what his business may be, it solves the problem of cheapest transportation. We solicit your order now, because production ,is limited and we must make it the rule to supply first orders first. Touring Car with starter $712.21; Runabout, with starter .$686.17; Coupe, with starter, $894.45; Sedan with starter, $1024.58; Truck Chassis, '$582.05. These prices f. o. b. Columbia. - THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N COMPAYN. INCORPORATED.' Campbellsvilie, Ky 3 1 Married at Presbyterian Manas in inspector with headquarters afc Dan- Columbia April 19, Mr. Mont Sneedi OFFICE: Room 19, ville, was making his maiden tfrip. and Miss O RRupe, by Rev. B. TL Patterson Building through this section last week, and Watson. The parties were from Ziorj. while here expressed himself as being neighborhood and Gradyvllle respectiMONDAY, THURSDAY very favorably impressed with Colum- vely. SATURDAY, bia, Burksville and other near by The bnyer and seller meet and trade towns. He is an ardent advocate of AND PUBLIC DAYS. 25-tgood roads, he would like to see this at The Kemper Co.'s Office. section supplied with them as soon as While millinery is high, my prices possible. Fire Insurance. are as low as real nice goods c .a b& sold. Will be glad to show you my Farm Wanted. I ha ve accepted the agency for stock. Adair and Green counties from the Wanted, to hear from owner of Miss Julia Eubank-.-. North American Fire Insurance farm or good land for sale. Price Company, an old reliable orgfnizatlon. Fertilizer. and description. Fall I respectfully soljcb jour business. L, Jones, Box 551, Olney, 111. delivery. Sam J. Cabell, Gaesham, Ky. Have Car Fertilizer at W. E. Noels.-Eoy Rasner, a machinist ..of this. warehouse in Colombia, Ky. :. - G. W. Dillon, Breeding, Kyi , Mr. J. A Mitchell,' a prosperous town, accidentally struck his eye with a screwdriver last Saturday, causing farmer of near Greensburg on the Columbia road, was a visitor here the much pain. He will have good use of There was recently born to th"e wife latter part of last week and he told of his optic in a short time. of Raymond Moran a son. To tie-wiff. the natural gas being found in his of Lewis Wright, a daughter Men, and boys for Wahted. locality, which is already sufficient for local needs, and. promising a much Match Factory La"bor. Work in match If you need- - fertlizer see G, TT, larger yield when the field is properly factory Wadsworth, Ohio. Trans- Collins goods. Place of business ir portation paid if you stay three developed. front of Grinstead poultry hoi particulars see months. For v w; Marshalf Sunday, May 2. will be go to Sunday . C. -- All partiesindebted to Hotel Jeffries School. Day,. Let everybody attend SiP.wers wlllpleasecall at his! office;" Columbia Ky. ! ; .";" :l. ' their respective schools. )I i ' ' & ,v-- ' U x rs , Mr. Clarence Coleman, a post office f- JAMESTOWN, KY. ; 25-4- t. Z5-J- L e t Di'W.y N .MM; -- fr'aiw:. v';? -- , , fcga. - y s X Jl fifty Millions Of ADAIR COUNTY NEWS l Profits From Ozark. - The , ;; r; -- past weekv of pretty By its purchases of war bonds weather was used to advantage , the Government has already by the farming class. Oat sow acquired a net profit of more ing was finished and considerv aan $50,000,000, according to able gardening was done. Wheat - c the statistics. and grass look well. i' The Treasury denies that it is March 2nd was the seventy " guilty of. such immorality as fifth aniversary of Mr. T. J. "conniving at the policy of the Bryant. He enjoys fairly good . j-- f: Wir Bonds. Bes. Phono. 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- $44rf"fi4"fr 664 AAiAAAAAAAAAAAA X Dr. J. N, Murrell -- DENTIST. Office, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. A CLOTHINQ 1 . " SHOES X UP STAIRS. "Federal Reserve Board, which drives down the price of war bonds and then going into the market and purchasing these "bonds at a low price. Yet two of the principal officers of the Treasury sit in "the Federal Heserve Board. The fact is that the Governmprofiting, and profiting ent-is handsomely, from the price of bonds. That is immoral,- painfully so. The authority was given, the Treasury to buy bonds in the open market in order to sustain that market. But, as has been suggested in the Senate, it is a grave question if the Treasury should be permitted to buy such bonds below par. Would it not better sustain the market if it went into it with a proposition to. retrieve bonds at par? Were it known, in fact, that the Government would buy back each month a specified amount . of war bonds at par, would not effect be to raise up the whole -- market? We think so. There may be some details of administration which would offer difficulties, but the expedient in principle is a feature of recent French issues. There is no sophisty that can get away from the very obvious fact that purchase by the Government of its own securities at a discount is immoral. Immoral is a mild characterization, indeed, if while one instrumentality of the Government is purchasing the bonds another instrumentality of the Government arbitrarily and in defiance of the nation's pledges is driving down the price. Manufacturers. RecColumbia. ord. Miss Lula Baily is quite sick. Milford, 111. We extend our heart felt sympathy to the children of Mrs. Ellen Blair, although they are The Adair Co. News. grown and have families of Editor News: their own, yet they will miss the Will'write a few lines to my counsel, sympathy and sweet old home paper as it seems associations. of a good mother. natural forme to write to the Adair County Co News. Battle Ground, Ind. Larrived here the 23rd. and am well satisfied. I am at work at the Milford Canning Co. at MrEditor: $4,00 per day, the work is not Well, as I am a reader of the - health and does not look to be near that age Mr. F. D. Conover and "wife, Gentry's Mill, visited their daughter, Mrj. Porter Brockman at this place last Sunday. The Sunday School at Shiloh that had been dismissed for several weeks on account of flu, last Sunday with a large attendance. A S. S. was organized at Clear Spring on the same dap. Mr. Lucian Price and' sister Miss Dorcey, visited friends at Keltner last Saturday. Mr. Will White and Miss Laura Kearns, both of this community, were married last Sunday by Rev. Lee. May success and happiness be theirs as they journey down the stream of time. Messrs. Albert Bryant, Buford and Stanley Montgomery, and Miss Mary Montgomery visited the Misses Butler, of Heraline, last Saturday night. They enjoyed the visit very much. Mr. Rube Kearns and family who have been living at this place for several years moved to the Page place last week. Last Monday and Tuesday, 5th and 6th days of April were perhaps as disagreeable as any time during the past winter. Heavy snow storms and the wind blowing a terrible gale. The leaves and bloom on the fruit trees are frozen.- So we may say good-by- e to pears, peaches, and plums again this year. Mrs. W. P. Bryant has return ed home after spending several days at the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. George Redmon of near re-open- COLUMBIA, KY ried just the same. They sure have a battle to fight. I notice where our little niece, Ruth Win- 401 frey, has gotten married. I was quite surprised, but as she made the decision, may their lives be long and prosperous, and may they always be so devoted to each other and their lives be happy, is my wish. Well, friends, .write to the News and fill up the paper. If this doesn't go to the waste basket, perhaps I will write again some time. Wishing all my friends a successful year. Mrs. D. H. Bloyd. A -- - ' - r: i: .., r' 3-- - fefe -- " ,A Albin Murray Columbia, - - . Ke ntfucky Next Door to The Adair County New Qffice. Glensfork. Mr. F. E. Webb and family, Eira Willis, Dollie Strange,. Lena Bolin, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Walker "and Mr. Jodie Samuels were visiting Mr. Wm. Samuels GENERAL MERCHANDISE and wife, Sunday. Mr, Bryce Walker and wife, who have been in Campton, Wolf Co., for some time, have returned home. Mrs. Lula Jones, who has been with her husband, at Livingston, New Castle, Co., Ky., for several months, is now at her home,, at this place. Her husband will return in May. Mr. Rollin Webb was visiting his father, Mr: J. B. Webb, at Columbia, last Sunday. Willis Loy sold a nice bunch of hogs to Phelps, of Columbia, for 141c. 4 4 O 4 AAAAAAAAr&)AAAAAAAAA$& The acceptance of this opportunity is entirely voluntary, it was made clear, and no pressure will be brought to bear on any employe to secure subscription. A STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite I suffered with stomach trouble. I would Good Small Saver. Miss Ruth Miller who is in school at Columbia, visited her grandmother, Mrs; Sarah Blair, of this place, last Sunday. Victory Notes On Time. K I dsU 6ur News, and can hardly wait for , If anyone will come here and .the day, Thursday, to see what buy chewing and smoking tobac- has taken place, in Adair and co they would think that there adjoining counties, most all my '.would be good money in raising friends and people living there, tiobacco as the farmers were sell- and when I think back, it seems ing tobacco when I left down but a' short time, but many, . there at $5 00 per hundred and many changes have taken place. when I reached here they would Some have moved away, and charged you five cents a chew some have been laid to rest to and ten cents a smoke and to await the resurrection. Well, just let you smell of the tobacco we are still having Easter weathit is two and one half cents. er, but no snow. There is still y . This is a nice little town and a snow on the ground from Easter. The most of the people are t, beautiful country. through sowing oats, but we are U .As this is my first letter from making much speed for garthis part will close by saying if not especially Irish pota escapes the waste basket dens, and toes for they are too high to -- will write again, plant. They are $5.00 and $6.00 "' v- Yours Truly per bushel, and everything else ,; Simpion Rowe. . in proportion. Hens ike per lb. While we are speaking of the GIVE US THATNEXTJOB high coat of living, we notice the young folks are getting mar-work: IS -- hard. The General Electric Company started out the year 1920 with a campaign to encourage thrift among its employes. In order to attain this end, it was announced that the company had arranged so that employes would have an opportunity to purchase 45 per cent Victory notes of the government or six percent debenture bonds of the company on long time payments. Employes In service of the company one year or more may subscribe for these securities in amounts not exceeding $1,000. Both bonds and notes will be available in denominations of $50, $100 and $1000. The St. Louis Embroidery Company, at 1014 Tyler Street, has a Saving Society organized last July that is in a most prosperous condition, despite the fact thatjthere are only six members. In the eightlmonths of its existence the members have saved $152 which has been invested in War Savings Stamps. Each member, on an ayerage, is worth just $25.33 cents more than he would have been had not the society been organized. How money Grows. THEDFORD'S Black-Draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. AH druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE ura HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. Thinking about selling your Liberty Bond? Read this first: Meetings, Quarterly Third $200 of Liberty BondB of- the For Sale. Fourth Loan will be worth near- Round Columbia District you reinvest ly $500 in 1933 if We have farms in Adair Co., and Peytonsburff, Pleasant Hill Apr. your interest coupons in War desirable homes In Columbia for sale. Burksville, Marrowbone Apr.4T. M. 5. Sayings Stamps, which pay 4 on or write h Cravens & Neat, Bear Creek, Bear Creek " 6. per cent compound quarterly. Call Eenox, Terry's Chapel " 7. : .real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jef- - Jamestown, Bethlehem " 8. Clinton Circuit, Fairview " 1011. A few more weeks and we wil fries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. Albany, Oak Grove Apr. 11 P. M. 12. be sighing again for the good old 14. Russel' Springs, Mfc. Olive Apr. Picketts, Summershade " 1718 days of winter, for that which " 19. Pierce, Beech Grove is temporarily beyond our reach For Sale. Mt. Lebanon " 20. Greensbnrg, Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel Apr. 2425. we immediately desire. 3-- 4. . 23-- tf --th- is Pure No use of speculating on what the devil would do if he Eggs, Pope should come to earth. He is too for $2,00. wise a bird to get mixed up 20-lwith some of the gang now here. 3t Bred Gradyville, Tartars Chapel " 28. Temple Hill, Boyd's Creek, May Rock Fountain Run, Tracy " 3. and Pope strain. 1 5 Tompkinsville, Bethlehem " 4. Casey CrMiMjIew Providence " 89. W. D. Murrah, Chapel May EJkhorn, K Plymouth 12. 1RdfenAbtlalln WestJKeen'3 1 Work Guaranteed Office: Mxt door to post office. All The decline of the old time political oratory is probably due to the fact that the preentdaj voter can generally mike better v Figured voiles the latest at Ml UP-TO-DA- TE iptch than the candidate THE NEWS is$I $2.00 per year. aft ymr subs( tH.-tr- - ei- f ': - .- - if a r .. . m?h ADAIR COJNTY NEWS in I 7 r m. LP, I w msvs imaij;iim awiiuinMHis nsn "- - in ri''i,3ts&i2ZttZnau.,u-ttrtXBCRjaaa2tM,i'izrKe n nggESBBartrrwTf .ji jvijwuimumamcrsxst ,iiipijiAitrCTjgii-a,,'TBririiMyrniiTfti,ftw.n- LAST YEAR'S DyedSUIT a pretty, Can be so changed by having it Swiss year. new Spring Shade. 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The catch in taken ashore alive in pots, and skin buckets, DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS and ' disposed of at the public market, many of the islanders h 2, 3h AND 5 TON consuming it not only uncooked, For Low Cost per Ton,j Mile but still living. New Eneland Fisheries. SEE 1 5 '7(1 L. L Jones ijjl -- No tires bearing the Goodyear name, not even the famous Goodyear Cords which equip the worlds highest-price- d cars, embody a higher relative value than do Goodyear Tires in sizes the 30x3-- , 30x3.V2, and 31x4-inc- h i . In these tires owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell and other cars taking the above sizes are afforded a measure of performance and service such as only the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes can supply. All that this company's experience and methods have accomplished in these tires is available to you now at the nearest Goodyear Service Station, Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires', and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. A, hi M ' " -- J A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. OP OneDrop APPO f n fa fTTDFCf UIEtd He has them. Of course, it is possible that the Germany revolution was stirred up by the foreign corresLH pondents for the purpose of furnishing copy for a day. But we doubt it, Sold by the 2. Jowa a edict's wtnfotoa A few drops in the drinking water cures uu prevents wmic nsi n diarrhoea, cholera, indigestion and! other chick diseases. Use daily to prevent disease and save your chicks. Small size 60 cents, half-pi$1.00. pine 51.50. At druggists, or sent by mail noon receipt of price. Bourbon Remedy Co. Bcx-- D Lcxingtaa, . BouriionPau!trvlVAmftft If) r " x t f '- - : : Sv , "J - tti sJSfrSSaSt T T !i 5: 0 Vs. s. ". I - 1 Jeffries Hardware Slore i .' ECZEMA m Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, etc Don't become discouraged because other treatments failed. Hunt'a Salra hat relieved bun dreds of such cases. You can't lose on onr Money Back Guarantee. Try it at our risk TODAY. Price 75c at without quwtioalf Hunt' Salra fails in the treatment of Eczema, The Isle of Dogs. n ii i 3 O --.'""' dr.A7f?r "Oriiimal:iiri All-Weath- er FaDric, Tread $2350 "HONEY BACK A7j& Goodyear Single- - Cure $ O Fabric, Ants-SkiTread d 30 - 3Y2 Sold by Paull Drug Company. Chicken and Fowl Law. The last legislature passed two bills of interest to those who Xaise chickens, turkeys, & c. The first bill levies a tax upon ill chickens giving each family !5 without taxation. The second bill requir es al Owners of fowls of all kinds to ake care of them not allowing hem to trespass upon their neighbors. - said, "I panting to free 'Old Ring' and ;ie up 'Old Speck As the law now stands "Old .Ring" and "Old" Speck" both must be tied up. see you are toman That is what the good old in the mountains meant ) Immediate dissolution of the alleged "Big Four" tobacco trust and wholesale curtailment of Kentucky's next tobacco crop were urged at the meeting of the Tobacco Growers and Dealers' Protective Association in Louisville, City Hall last The Isle of Dogs, facing Greenwich hospital, "as flat a bit of land as one could wish to see, is to be made'Jto blossom again, if not as the rose, at any rate as it lies within the power of a .garden city to make it. In the days when Greenwich was the royal residence, the kings of England fearied across to the north shore to visit their farms, or, as with Henry VIII, the kennels in which his hounds were kept. Since then the face of the land had been covered with wharves and warehouses, while the West India docks have served it from Poplar and Mainland The new garden city is to cover nine acres by the old footba 11 ground-- . The houses and flats will have gardens of their own, the roads are to be lined with trees, and the number of modern appliances is to, make the Isle of DogB new residential quarter the envy of the whole of the east end. On, the west of the isle is Limehouse reach, with its flavor of Rogue Riderhood and the unidentifiable Mill Pond bank. Chink's basin and the Old Green Copper Mill-wa- ll J." - 50 Goody. Tofrtkt a r:..rorci. prs," y; cheap tule? f jv'1,c than tub. 5 j? Jess r, lerif. proof ba . . " Ivir r .1- s ar s th.cv, -- f '2S isss ik&i itl .S i-- . -' t Tt.ijci'C"" ' n H P V j if cP V--' V y iHL y Xifr rsaiy' C 'J r- r. -r ? y t r'. .x .;tHi bF"- A fc- .r -- . -s .. rrr . . : - . u-- - t Pride in Ownership aKfl I ." b f4 --l -- 4 d. 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I .keep on hands I also keep Metallic The Office, )KKi loy A. t )K)K)K Colyn bia Barber Shop & ir Everywhere r. a ' sasaaaBaBaaiBSaiMaBSsssBaansBaBBaBft tfsale? 25-- tf caskets, and robes. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. ' Cotumbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, - HsMalilaaMaV of coffins, a lull itock lo'"we; " Sanitary Shop, whero both Satisfacttoniand"". Gratification are Guaranteed. " "" Giyerus a Trial and be Convinced.- -' xxmzmxxxxxxm ft: k HP f - w. rf5 S '' $ A JS- - sr ,.; 8 mr-- &- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. & ,,vg3ffWWW Stanley' Epperson John Jeffries "Fatty" Collins NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER SERVICE w COLUMBIA CAMPBELLSVILLE I Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. FARE 52.00 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 Guarante Satisfaction. PhonesTColumbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. P.M. EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. vaamBtsesaiinaasaixamt. ftHPS3?5frj5ggt3CTfigWMEraK)a W ELECTRICITYiFOR EVERY FARM 5i p Jr Idelco-lig-- " ht - UjJP w. S c Deled light used for light and power, air cooled, no water to freeze in winter, no water to boil over in summer, no slipping belts, no magneta to "contend with, no grease cups. Only one place to oil, wiJI 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 cand le power. If you need more power and want m ire lights we have them from $395.00 on up. If interested write for catalogue, or call on ,, HENRY MILLER, Columbia, Ky or W. T.' STRONG, Campbell? ville. Ey. BCRHaMMtgM 6-'- 0H, LET'S Barllesvifie, ORIa. DON'T" Editor News: ' The label tells me that I am in People With Thin, Pale Blood areas so herewith am sending something to put me on the right Are Listless and Want side of the ledger. to do Little Being here in the heart of the MORE RED BLOOD CELLS NEEDED greatest oil field in the world near twelve years I have gathr, Famous ered a pretty good, idea of all Jake -the angles of the game. I Toni6, and say "Let's Go' naturally Jake a keen interest - instead of "Let's Don't" in all your "Oil News" I don't . When normally healthy, arnbiuousjknow that I could do better than ipeotebefcin to lack energy and tire rep?at what I said in my-laPepto-Mangaf-- st ' ) easily vrien the are quickly dis letter. If you want tofind oil coerag ed and low in vitality, it usually get big, tools and old hands at ZBeaa&th&ir biood has grown weak. the game to do the work. pjjpeQp)e are' called anemic, or Just .last week a Co., in this end. "rtftt-dovv" BuiM up the blood and M. F. Dudley. 'yourlHittd p the health and spirits city got a well only a short distance away that flowed 5000 bar- Pet H&ttg&u is a pleasant-tastiD- g For Sale. ' Jd beiar and it contains ex-- j re8 res an nour From my window We have farms in Adair Co., and acttybhe oiemwtts which 'poor, pale here in the dty j can see a Well desirable homes in Columbia for sale on or write to Cravens & Neat, JUd btotfd means rosy cheeks, bright drilling not over 300 yards awayd Call dealers, office, 2nd floor Jefreal I read with great interest the fries estate Columbia, Ky. ie'y,e& . (Amx brain, a. firm step. Pep- Bldg., totiggan lias placed Llwusanfls of "Historical Sketches" by Judge 23-?(pjpte'4hO neJd bulWlogup in' the ftfpfetoocted, energetic, rigorous class. Its.ogeB the "let's don't1' attitude .to a "Jet's go" attitude. Recom- mended by physicians for thirty years CANE VALLEY, KY. ariS sold all oyer the world Thoroughbred and Grades. Cattle is sold In'both liquid and tablet form. Both contain the ChesteriWhite Hogs - . - Thoroughbred and Grades. same medicinal ingredients. Hainpshire Sheep Thoroughbred and Grades. n drug-- , "flBuy at your Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. 'gist's. - Be sure the cams "Gude's" Is on the package. Without "Gude's It S. N. B. HANCOCK, Business Manager, Adv. i not Cane Valley, Kentucky. n 1 Baker and John Avroe Steele. From remarks in the narratives of the latter historian I had no trouble in identifying him. He was the Gamaliel at whose feet the writer was want to resort for legal advice while trying to dispense justice to the "Hill Billies" of Southeastern Adair, and it was on occasional trip into the hills t region to try the would be fuedists that "John Avroe" was want to touch verbially on some cf his sketches. Moreover, historians both recorded hapeninga that I heard related when I was a barefooted boy. My parents were living on the old homestead only a few steps east of the old Union church and in the direct path of the tornado that destroyed that structure in 1859. Yet not a shingle was disturbed on the residence. I have also heard my mother tell (phe is now in her 81st year) how her grandmother was almost paralized with fear at the approach of a neighbor whom she mistook for one of the Harps. This great grandmother by the way was a sister of Robert Hindman the first of the name in Adair Co. These ancestors named Watt came in with the" colony that settled on Caney fork but on the frest side of Russell and just east of the present P. O. Fry, GreBn Co., on a part of which the writer was born. As related by Judge Baker my paternal ancestors came in with Col. Casey and homesteaded just north of where ttie old brick church stood between Butlers Fork and Big Creek. There are three of the Dudley pioneers, the grandfather of the late cousin Ann Eubank, the writer's great grandfather and uncle "Billie" who left no heirs. I will give one anecdote of the hardy pioneer as related to the writer: Uncle "Billie" was want to go out in the "cane brakes" once a week to "salt" his cattle and was always accompaniedby his big English Cur dog. On one trip the dog "treed" a full grown pantherv Cutting some good cudgels uncle Billie proceeded to pelt Mr. panther from his perch in the tree and he and the dog dispatched him and with no other weapon than a stout club.' These and many other experinces of the pioneers of. that-ogiwere indelibly re corded on my mind in childhood by tongues mostly long since stilled in death. Just at this time this city is in the m idst of a bitter fight between organized labor and business in terests for the "open or closed shop.'; Both are strong and its hard to tell how It will of-tha- Sanders & Hendrickson's Music Store IS w ' - u fir "METEOR MOnEL, 125." N We now have a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of fche following excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a full line of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the follow- ing makes: EDISON COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line f SHEET and ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also" a complete-li-ne of String Instruments' of all kinds. .' home-stead- ed 4- n "' ,See our complete Instrument Display in the NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK oif Corner Columbia and Main Streets. s' write us-yo- ur Phone or wants. MUSIC SANDERS & HENDRICKSON STORE Campbellsville, iWUW.cg.JS'fateW MarKets. Kentucky. aBEaagg'stTFsy-KyAgiCJ- , Cattie Prime exporb.steers 812 5013.50;heavy sniping 12 0012.50;light 39 50ll.; heifer 8.0013.00; fat cows, $3 0011.00; medium $6 50 to 7.50;cutters?5.6 ScanLouisville, Apr. 26. ners 84.755.00;bulls S7.50ll.; feeders $8.5011 ;stockers 87.50 to $10.25 choice milch cows 8100125; medium 75100 common 85575. Calves HAVE THE GOODS Anything you want in Dry Goods, Groceries, Harness, Hardware, Farming Implements and Fertilizer. Come and look over my Line. My prices are pight. I can jave you money on Ladies,jmcl Missis Ready-to-WeHats, Waists, Bungalo Aprons, Dresses, Sealpax Underwear, Slippers, Shoes, Hose.- - "Gents," I Can Supply You, Too ! ar Receipts 296 head. Price I m steady." Choice veals $U.OO11.50; medium 7.009.00; common 5.006 FERTILIZER. stillhave at once. Cannot get any more shipped on account of Railroad conditions. a little left come on Hogs Receipts 1,881 head. Steady to 14.50; 81 higher. Best hogs 225 'lbs up 165 to 225 lbs 15.50; pigs 90 to 120 lbs down $12.50 throwouts $11 00 down. small; Sheep ancl Lambs-Supp- ly market steady all through, best lambs 817 medium 1012 Best sheep 87.00; bucks S6.C0 down. Butter Country 30lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candled "- - have Avery's Chainless corn drill. The best on the market. L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, I ' 22 AT CANE VALLEY. 35c36c Quarterly Round WATCH SALE i I tX$xNfc $& Meetings, Third Columbia District. 3-- . -- tf VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM -- Fepto-Mangan Shorthom Pepto-Manga- .... .... Pepto-Manga- n, "f itfwflSl voiles the latest at Hurray's Pleasa.nt Hill Apr Burksville, Marrowbone Apr.4 P. M. 5 Bear Creek, Bear Creek ,5yc. You know how boys up watches. I Renos, Terry's Chapel "7. have for knows Jamestown, Bethlehem " 8. Clinton Circuit, Fairview " from own experience real value of Albany, Oak Grove Apr. 11 P.JI. 12. " anINXiERSOLL 14 Mussel1 Springs;, l&fc. 5live Apr. Plcketts, Summershade " 1718 DE. Pierce, Be"ech Grove li--19. Greensbnrg, , Mt. Lebanon " 20. "JEWELER" Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel Apr. 2425. Columbia, X Gradyville, Tartars Ohapel " 28. Temple Hill, Boyd's Creek, May 12. Fountain Run, Tracy " 3. Tompkinsville, Bethlehem " 4. Campbellsville. June 12 P. M U Casey Creek, New P rovide'nee " 0 Columbia, Columbia " West Monticello, Keen's Chapel May " T. J. Wade 1516. Monticello, --Monticello " 16 P. M. 17. Mill Springe May 18 Summersville Taylors Chapel" 2223. Campbellsville Mortons Chapel " 24. THE NEWS is Union Ridge " 25. Mannsville, per ye District Conference, Greensburg May $2:00 Sparksvllle, Independence, June your subst Hogards Cnipai ' Ettthorn, ELGIN and BRACELET WATCHES, which will be sold at SPECIAL PRICES during march- - Don't fail to see them. have just received a nice assortment of the thing v 10-'l- lv tear them. Father the L- YOUNG, Ke-ta-- 12-1- 3. 89 19-2- . 26-3- 5-- 6 Ptfe "hS