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NUMBER 29, And of th young gentleman they The State favored the upper route as A Lamentable Death. we have been informed, and that was Clarence decided in favor of Mr. p Traylor, West Point, Miss., whose The death angel has again visited the one finally agreed upon. People Two prominent ministers, Dr. Frank selection was of his own composition the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Todd, living along this route and citizens of J. Cheek, of Danville, and Be v. J. S. and removed the youngest daughter, Grady ville put up 815,000 for the comentitled, "Life." Chandler, of Elkton, appeared in bacDuring the evening a chorus, "I'm Verna, on 4th of May, following her pletion of the road. The bridge i &c calaureate addresses here last Sunday. gwine back to Dixie" was rendered sister, Lula, vho passed away 13th of across Pettisfork Is to be built by the The former spoke in the forenoon be- by Mrs. Turney, Misses Combest, April. Devoted sisters in life are to- State, and the $15,000 subscribed by fore the class of the High School, at Strange and McFarland, Messers gether in death in the happier clime citizens and the State aid is to comthe Presbyterian church, which was Traylor, Webb and Dillon. prepared by a loving God, where pain plete the pike from B. E. Rowe's to filled to its capacity, and all who and sorrow are no more. Skilled physi- Gradyville. ) know Dr. Cheek knew before he com Bandit's Victim. cians, nurses, devoted sisters, brother Of course the people living along1 menced that his discourse would be enand brothers-in-ladid untiringly ev- the lower route are somewhat distertaining and helpful. It was full of Two men dressed as soldiers who en- erything possible yet they passed appointed. Either route would the very best thoughts and most hap- gaged, the taxi of Oma L. Barbee, away, honored, respected by all loved have been a great benefit to the pily delivered. who lives on Fifth street, LouiBVllle, to by those who knew them best. county, and now that a definite The music was furnished by Mrs. take them to Elfzabethtown held up In prime of life and usefulness it decision has been reached, we hope C. M. Russell, piano, and her daughand robbed Barbee, near Vine Grove, seems a wonderfully sad dispensation, that every body will become reconter, Miss Frances, and Miss Louise of between $30 and 840 and an Elgin yet we all must submit to the inevita- ciled, and lend a helping hand towards Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. gold watch and the automobile, a ble and trust the sure and steadfast completing the road, and that the Rowe, violinists, and the class. The Buick, valued at 91,200, at promises of our heavenly father. work will start at once. girls handled their bows scientifically 11 o'clock last Thursday night. Funeral services were conducted at and many compliments were passed on For Sale. The men put pistols to Barbee's the home by pastors Williams and their playing. Altogether, the ser- head and told him they would kill Smith. A large concourse of friends vices were very enjoyable by the im him if he resisted them. They followed the remains to the family Stock of dry goods, notions, etc. mense audience. 'ditched" him and drove on In the plot there laid to rest beneath Choice stock of Groceries, good stand. AT THE METHODIST CHUBCH. direction of Elizabethtown. Barbee mound of lovely flowers offerings of Fine farm of 85 acres, near town. At 8 p. m., the Methodist church borrowed a Ford machine and a shot friends and relatives. Nice home with three acres ground, was filled to overflowing, vestibule be- gun Building suitable for garage, etc. and pursued the robbers, but lost ing filled with admirers of Rev. J. S. the trail near Elizabethtown. Card of Thanks. All of above properties are priced Chandler, who delivered the address Mr. Barbee is formerly of this place, right. See us for particulars. We sincerely thank our friends for for the the Lindsey-WilsoA man a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barbee. The Kemper Co., help and sympathy in bereavement of of recognized ability, every body knew Jeffries Hotel Building, Later. Upon reaching Elizabeth-tow- n our dear Lula and Verna, and extend that something good was coming Columbia, Ky. Mr. Barbee secured the services His address was termed a Gospel ser- of the sheriff and the two started in soulful for HON. RICHARD P. ERNSU floral off erings a tribute mon, and we cannot recall when we The Graded and High School will pursuit. Ten miles out of town they the beautiful United StatesISenator. from their friends emblems of purity finish its school work for this term Republican Candidate for heard a more helpful discourse. It found the robbers and the machine was full of truth and delivered In a and love no sweeter attest could be this week. With the exception of ditcned. The men were arrested, given. the time lost on account of flu It ha3 ceived that the Roy Petroleum Com most forceful manner, many remain carried to Elizabethtown and lodged OIL NEWS. Dolphus Todd and family. ing to congratulate the speaker at the had a very good year. Prcf. A. P. pany, drilling on Damron's Creek, in jail. WANTED, a good white girl for a Prather, who is the Superintendent this county, have struck one of the close. His advice to the graduate and The J. E. Carnahan Company are inwflr sands which Dromlses unusua those who will now enter The High of the School, is a splendid school Lost in the town of Columbia three small family. Apply at the News drilling day and night on well No 4 man and his work has given satisreturns. This is in line with the School department, was given most five dollar bills rolled together. on the A. 0. Coffey farm, near Creels-bortouching, and it was evidently well faction, and he will be in charge ot opinions aud predictions of some of Finder will please return to this and they expect to make anothHigh Shool Commencement Exer the school next year. the best posted geologists and oil men received. Rev. Chandler is invariably office and receive reward. er good strike there in the near future. given a cordial greeting in Columbia. cises. of the country, and the practical Home For. Sale Modern home on Prices of gasoline and crude oil are proving out of their theory and conThe choir furnished the music, A Good Selection. Lebanon Avenue, City water, bath,, Class night exercises will take place still soaring upward, and as the sup- tentions means much for this section. Mrs. Russell at the piano, Mrs. R. Y. ply is nob nearly equal to the demand at the High School Gynaslum Tues- electric lights and all conveniences. General James Garnett, Bennett, Violin. Mrs. Turney ren30-The Eighth district made no mis- day evening May 11 at eight o'clock. Possession given at once. there is no telling where it will end. who is prominently connected with dered beautifully a solo. The people Mr. Gordon take when it selected Elias Coppock. Commencement exercises will be America is both the largest producer the McMead Oil Company, was here of Columbia and vicinity were de- Montgomery, of this place, as its held in the Presbyterian Church and the largest consumer ot crude oil, To offset inadequate street car serthe first of the week and visited the lighted with the entire program, and elector in the coming campaign. We Thursday evening, May 13th, at eight vice in Akron, O., which has earned notwithstanding the fact that we and no audience ever gave closer attention. company's operations at Creelsboro, can not call to mind a more suitable o'clock. produced some 367 million barrels In the name of the fastest growing city and upon his return expressed himself man in the district for the position. 1919 there was a shortage, caused by The public is cordially invited to in the United States, The Goodyear Paid List. outas being highly pleased with the He is broad minded, a Democrat in attend all these exercises. our heavy consumption, and we are Tire & Rubber Company will start look there. These people have inauThe following are new paid subscrib- whom there is no guile, a gentleman still keeping up the record to such an gurated an aggressive drilling cam motor bus seroperation of a ers and renewals since our issue of last of ability, a forceful speaker, ready to Big Fire. extent that we are facing a real crisis vice on June 1. The Goodyear tire i3 paign in that territory and the work Tuesday. meet any man the Republicans may in the matter. or sold by Buchanan Lyon Co. A large barn containing fifty B. F. Chewning, Ellen Grant, Bon- pit against him. He does not deal In will be pushed as fast as conditions The McMead Oil Company are do n barrels of corn, a big lot nie Wolford, Mrs. A. L. Tutt, Josh wild assertions. He carries his infor- seventy-fiv- e will permit. about 140 feet on well No. 2 on CampWajttkd A good man who underButler, E. E. Cheatham, J. C. Shel-to- mation in his head and he can tell it of hay, several sets of harness, and a bell Bros.' farm at Creelsboro, but Married in North Carolina. W. V. Helm, Ira Flatt, W. E. to an audience in a most entertaining lot of wheat, buggy and some farm- stands driving a Packard Truck. No they have had to suspend drilling opMorgan, Luther Denson, Melvin Pow- manner. At the proper time he will ing tools, the property of Elijah Han- other need to apply. erations until a supply of casing arT. C. Taylor & Co. ell, J. A. Pulliam, Sanford Hurt, S S. make a list of appointments over the cock and sons, Robert and William, On Saturday, May 1, 1920, Miss very hard to rives. Well supplies are Campbellsville, Ky. was consumed by fire last Tuesday Dunbar, a popular and an ac- Goode, J. A. Williams, G. M Dillon district. get promptly at present, and this se- complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Grant, C. A. Phelps. Kay 30- - tf. was located Mr. Montgomery was not in Louis- night about 10 o'clock. Ic riously interferes with operations. T. P. Dunbar, who live near Columville when the State convention con- near Coburg. Robt. Foil is coming5 Rev. R. V. Bennett attended the Well No. 1 on this farm, noted iD D. H. Mcbia, was married to Mr. vened, nor did he authorize any one from Campbellsville, discovered the General Board of Education of the these columns recently, is still making The Third District Convention of Donnell, of Fayetteville, North Carpresent his name to the Eighth fire, and stopping his machine he Louisville Conference, at Louisville, a fine showing, having been flowing the Christian Church composed of to olina, a prominent business man. The He was named by gentle- ran to the scene, getting there in a few days ago. He was elected a for several days past the counties of Adair, Casey, Clinton, district ceremony took place in Fayetteville men who knew his worth and stand- time to turn out the stock. It is not member of said board, their being & Mr. M. E. Weldy, of Bowling Green, Cumberland, Metcalf, Monroe and known how the barn caught. The vacancy on account of the death of where the couple will reside. ing as a Democrat and a speaker. Ky., who makes a specialty of raising Russell will convene at Jamestown, on loss is said to be between two and The bride has been teaching in the the late Rev. S. G. Shelley. funds for the prosecution of drilling Friday evening May 28th, and continue three thousand dollars. An Unusua! Investment. South for several years, and she first operations, was a visitor here the lat over Sunday. Some of our state A note from Rev. B. T. Watson met the groom in Wheeling West Virpart of last week for the purpose ter This week the Lindsey-Wilso- n workers and all our district workers was given a hearty ginia. Rare opportunity for investors. closes. Considering that the day states that he Of getting first hand information re; are expected to be present. All the welcome at Providence, and that; No better girl was ever reared about garding local and adjacent territory. churches requested to send delegates 7 per cent preferred stock, interest students had to be dismissed on he was well pleased with the town. Columbia, and her numerous friends He expressed himself as being very and report. secured by first account of flu in the county, for a XX paid It had a population of about six will rejoice when they learn she has much pleased with the outlook for mortgage on valuable local Real duration of four or five weeks, it has thousand, and that it was a bus; been wedded to a gentleman worthy Declammatory Contest. some good production in this section very successful term. The place. Estate worth fifty per cent additional. been a secure of her open in September and he hopes to be able to There gathered at Lindse y Wilson A bonus of one share Jof Common next session will funds for development work here A car driven by Alvin Lewis and a last Friday evening a very appreciated with a full corps of teachers, Prof. An automobile killed a very large two shares of preStock with every R. V. Bennett being at the head of hog for Mr. Guy Nell last Thursday at an early date. chauffeur driving a Jamestown car, audience to listen to the contestants Your contributor had the privilege collided near the court-hous- e the institution. The full faculty for night The drver of the machine Is Sunfor the medals in the annual declam- ferred purchased. a few days since of making a trip over day. A fore wheel of the Jamestown matory contests of that institution. the coming year will be announced not known. See us at once for particulars. considerable oil territory in this and car was fearfully mashed and the in a short time. The Kemper Co. The program was opened with a The wet weather has greatly re adjoining counties, and he is pleased bumper on Lewis' car was greatly vocal duet by Misses Frances Strange Frances and tared farm wort, and some people in Ky. Columbia, Misses Elizabeth to state for the benefit of the readers damaged. and Dora McFarland. Mary Harris, daughters of Mr. and Columbia have not as yet plowed of the News that he found the out Then followed the young lady con"According to an official 1919 census Mrs. C. S. Harris, will graduate their gardens. Catherine, little daughter of Dr. and testants, Misses look very promising for some big Elmer Parke, Ethel there are now 4,000,000 owners of from the Lynch High School, West The most active devel- Mrs. C. M. Russell, fell out of a swing G&rnett, Esther Whitlock, Anna Buggy and harness for sale. Price light cars in the United States 'and Point, Miss., on Friday, May 21, opment work is now going on in the Sunday afternoon, and at first it was Rubartsand Audrey Rogers. Misses contrary to general opinion these 1920. Friends here of the popular $100. SeeR. I. Arnold, Greensburg; vicinity of Creelsboro, on the Cumber- thought the fall brought on concussion 6 Kathleen McKenna and Frances owners are the biggest class of tire young ladies have received invitations St., Columbia, Ky. River, where some good strikes of the brain, but in a few hours she Strange rendered land excellent readings buyers in the world. to be present at the exercises. Have you tried the Goodyear Tixe. have already been made. A number was all right. but they were not contestants. Lyon Co. Buchanan It is the best that goes over the road. of leases are changing hands at good The Upper Route Won Out. The young gentleman appeared in Wanted for a party in another Sold by Buchanan Lyon Co. figures, and a lively interest, such as "Making tires for the smaller cars State, an efficient white woman for the following order., Messers. Samue is now the biggest part of the rubber never before has been seen in this secMr. Ewlng Stults was here the first Quite a number of citizens, directly housekeeper 340 per month for right Stevens, Reade Hescamp, Lura Harri tion, is developing rapidly. This is tire industry," says The Buchanan interested in a pike from Columbia of the week. son, and Clarence Traylor. beginning of what may be ex- party. Apply to , ;of the local Goodyear to Gradyville were here last Wednes but the The judges, Mrs. C U. Russell, Lyon Co White ribbon was in evidence last; Mrs. G. H. Nell, pected to follow, and it means much Station. day. Two routes were up for con- Sunday. It was Mother's Day. Messers. W. A. Coffey and Gordon Service for the surrounding country. top that they Messers. J. W. Flowers, M. Cravens sideration, one to start at the Miss Martha Grlssom, who has Montgomery confessed Mr. T. W. Scott and associates, of Wheat i s looking good all over ths been in the West for a number of faced a very perplexing question, so and J. F. Patteson were sworn in as of the hill where Dr. R. Y. Hindman ? Louisville, were here Monday on their objective point, via county months, will graduatd May 13, from well was each selection rendered the trustees of the Graded School last lives, and on to the tray to Cumberland county for the Bliss. The other, called the upper Saturday. ihe Portales High School, New decision being difficult to reach The buyer andjselkr met aid tnte purpose of looking over that territory route, follows the Burksvjlie road to They finally awarded the medals to Mexico. with a view to begin drilling operaIt now looks like there will 6e the home of B. E. Rowe, and from at The Keap er Co.'s Office. 2$tr Miss Audrey Rogers, Gravel Switch, tions there at no distant date. Mr. Emmett Goode, a thrifty citizen Ky., the title of whose reading was plenty, of peaches and the apples have there a cut Is made across the eoftatry Figured vtf ts the late at ttarrajY taking in Bliss and oo to GradyvlllB. A reliable report has just been re of Casey Creek, was here Monday. 'The Highwayman" by Albert Noyfes. not been hurt s Mg Baccalaureate Addresses. iaaWaBllSSlSjiM , w five-passeng- er t n. - .Jl appreciation o, Ex-Att- y. 2t 10-c- ar n, Lo-ret- ta Semi-Annnall- y, 30-2- adair county:news y 111 'j rl?' " """ "Trrlli 9 ppiefaducfof Experience 11 9 ? I .A Hill Climber, a Gasoline Saver, 9 9 1 J and an Easy Runner. t Js'fSme "in Paint a of covering, thfa would quickly show why a gallon of Hanna's Green Seal is more economical than "cheap" paint. Add to this Green Seal's longer service, and new light is shed on the question "Which paint is cheapest?" Tf TrmMi o Price 1,275. Come and see it I 9 naint could be sold at so ,.. and Have it Demonstrated to Yo You need a trustworthy paint on your property. One that gives the maximum of covering protection and beauty. The exact formula appears on every package of Green Seal Paint." SOLD BY JEFFRIES HARDWARE COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. STORE fill O ?iKS?cw:QfyIA, I EVERYTHING IN -L Chevrolet "Four-Ninet- y" Sedan, $ 5, f.o.b. Flint, Mich ; Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 1 . Also Ellwood and American Fence. BUC OSES AND WAGONS. have'a large supply of the very best makes and I St Rid 1 el Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO Incorporated am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. 16 antMakct Street? Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. It matters.not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. I3S3S?Og3S58QgS08S3gS08QSTTiran3Q$30$3Q3QgSS3Q5S3ggS5g AUTOMOBILE LINE GoliimDia and Gaiiipbellsville 0 GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. 8 : TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia B Senator Lodge in a Panic. A day or two ago Senator Hen- - !ble," said the Senator. Investigation shows that the idea was preposterous. Mon sieur Poincare was quoted as saying nothing more exciting than that at the conference there must be "a program clearly de-- ( finted and discussion strictly limited in advance." The proposal rtself is by no means new. It was suggested over a year ago by certain Frencb statesmen and absolutely rejected by Aaerica. solutely ry Gabofc Lodge entered the Senate chamber in whatlmust have been & panic, judging from the comments he made. He said that he had just heard that at the coming? financial discussion at Brusselslthe allies were going to suggest a pooling of debts. He said that he thought such a Bituation "a very great danger." Naturally the other Senators were startled also, and were interested to learn what his au thority for the idea was. The authority was a dispatch in the - New York Sun to the effect that ' "some French" publicists" had that proposal in view. Senator v Lodge said that "Monsieur Poincare, who was recently Presi dent of France, discusses in an elaborate article what will be done at this meeting." Senator Hitchcock said the idea that such a plan could be under consideration was preposterous, a remark which aroused Senator Lodge's ire. Senator Lodge - Peytonsburg, Pleasant Hill Apr. 3Burksville, Marrowbone Apr.4 P. M. 5 except such of us as are in an ex Bear Creek, Bear Creek ' i. citable and apprehensive frame Renes, Terry's Chapel " 7. Jamestown, Bethtehtjftj " 8. of mind, There is, in fact, no Clinton Circuit, Fairviev " 1011 more danger from such a pro Albany, Oak Groove Apr: 11 P. M. 1 posal than if a Lama of Tibet RusseU Springs, Mo. Olive Apr. 1L Plcketts, Sammershade " 17-- 98 should propose to transport Ni Pierce, Beech Grove " 19 agara Falls to that country. iGreensbnrg, Mfc. Lebanon " 2(X Cane Valley, Mb Carmel Apr. 2t 25. Louisville Post. Grady viIe, Tactajs Chapel " 28. Temple Hill, Boyd's Creek, May 12. .Fountain Kan, Even if it were the intention Tracy " 3. For Sale. Bethlehem " 4. We have farms in Adair Co., and Tompkinsville, of French statesmen to bring Casey Creek, Kerw Providence " 8 the matter up again, we are in desirable homes in Columbia for said. West MonttceHo, Keen's Chapel Hay Call on or write to Cravens & Neat, no danger from it. All we have 1516. Monticello, Mootloello " real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor Jef- 16 P. M. 17. Mm Springs May 18. to do is to reject it, and certain- fries Bldg., Columbia, Ky. i&ummeraville. Taylors Chapel " 2223. ly there is no way to prevent 23-- tf 'CampbeUsville Mortons Chapel " 24. Mannsville, Union Ridge " 25. the statesmen of France, Italy Conference, Greensburg May Walker D. Hines, former District or any other nation from making Sparksvllle, Independence, Juno any suggestions that they wish, Kentuckian has resigned as Blkhora, Hogards Chapal unless we incarcerate them alL jDirecJtor 'General of Railroads, Campbellsville. June 13 P. M. 14 and let Senator Lodge stand effective May 15. A Successor Columbia, Columbia " will be appointed to complete guard. T. J. Wade P. E. -. 25-35--- the suge3tion as soon as it was brought up. Not being in the League of Nations, if we cannot kill the suggestion, we can at any rate ignore it kill 8 g Quarterly Round ' 1 Meetings, Third m Columbia District. u a. tn. and 2:30 a, m. Leaves OampbeBsviBe' 9:30 p. si. and iO p. m. phone-s.- jat&M,3 W. E. NOE. Mr. and Mrs. Frasces 33330GeS3GCX3O6OQC! Fairplay. DarlJ Peltits-fork 1 12-1- 3. 19-2- 0. ,- said that the matter vas notpre- tposterous, but was ready to be taken up, and commented that he waBglad we were not in the .League of Nations under these circumstances. "Not being in the league, we shall not be lia - The fact of the matter is that we would be in a better position to put an end to such a suggestion if we were in the League of Nations instead of out .of it. A'suggestion of that sort would have to be brought before the Council, and the Covenant pro vides that a single adverse vote in- - the Council would kill any amendment. If we were in the League of Nations, we would be in the Council, and we could ab of the U Railroad Administration. GIVE US THAT NEXT the liquidation S. J03 that OUR WORK IS UP-TO-DA- TE persistently rumored Col. W. C. Procter and Frank H. Hitchcock, It 13 THE NEWS is $1.50 and split on a question of policy, and $2.00 per year. Send in that Gen. Wood will determine which is to remain. your subscription at once. m of Gen. Wood's campaign have White's Cream Vermifuge certain worms. lb $10.00. in, Hotel. Good wages and room and is harmless to children or adults. Z. L. Bennett made a business bo ard. Write Hardesty Hotel. Price, 35c. Sold byTaull Drug Co. trip to Columbia, Monday. Lebanon, Ky. Adv. Wanted Five white girls to work destruction to intestinal were visiting relatives on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. S. F. Harvey, wife and Milton Wheat purchased of children were visiting the family of Mr. George Akin, Sparka-vllle- , Wesley Mclntier, about 25 acres of his farm, including house and, last Sunday. other bu'ldinss. Consideration. Mr Amos Loy is very feeble? --A at thi3 writing with tuberculosis Mesdames Frances Darned of the bone. .j and Maggie Burbridge and Misses Ella, Lula and Eva daughter, Letha, were visiting Spoon were visiting Mrs. Thom- Mrs. Mamie Wheat Thursday. as Pulliam last Sunday. Mr. S. T. Bennttt is bucking staves for Stevenson & Co., at HENRY W. DEPP, this place. DENTIST Your scribe and family were 208OS visiting relatives, at Glensfork, Am permanently "located in Saturday and Sunday. Columbia. Mr. J. E. Pulliam and family, All Classes of Dental Vk Done. of Brseding, were visiting his Crownadge and Inlay Work a father, Mr. Thomas' Pulliam, this place, Sunday. Specialty. Some of our farmers are calAll Work Guaranteed culating on planting some corn Office: next door to post office. week. next k Lee Harvey bought of Humes, 3 small shoats for For , -y Hen-dric- Sale. Three Discs,"two Come quick. ' tens, one eight S.F. Eobank. ADAIR COUNTY NEW TOUCHING TRIBUTE TO SALVATION ARMY SALVATION ARMY m ' hN PRISON WORK j I Kentucky Marine, Nov Steeping at Adjutant James Tkompept) Works Army Prisoners in Reformatories Chauteau Thierry, Sent JJeautlful at Frankfort and Eddyville. Message Home 'to Loved Friend One of the most important departments of work conducted by the Salvation Army in Kentucky is that of Adjt James Thompson among the men and women in the state penal institu-tion- s. Adjt. Thompson has been in charge of the Salvation Army corps at Frankfort and in connection with his labors has worked among the in- mates of the Frankfort Reformatory and the st;ate prison at Eddyville. Great attention has been paid to the "Brighter Day League," a national organization of men and women prisoners fostered br the Salvation Army. Each member who joins the League is given a button to wear and a certificate of membership to hang on the wall of his cell. There are more than. 600 members of the Brighter Day League in the Frankfort Reformatory and about 300 in Eddyville. Adjt. Thompson conducts a Bible class contest twice a year in the two prisons, continuing from six to eight weeks. Each contestant must stand and repeat from memory many pas? sages of Scripture. There is keen rl- -, va4ry among the contestants. Ever Sunday the Adjutant spends many hours inside the prison walls, as well' as on week days when his services can be utilized. A prominent feature of Adjt Thompson's work is the care of needy families of prisoners who. go to Frankfort, to visit their relatives Inside the prison walls or who seek to see the governor on "pardon matters. Men, women and children often land in Frankfort; knowing no one and with little or no money. The welcome door of the Salvation Army Emergency Home is always open. The visitors are fed and given lodging and a ticket home. This is a part of the work funds for which are to be raised May 10-2- One dark night, shortly after the 'American marines had received their Brat baptism of blood at Chauteau JEbierry, a Kentucky boy, Gilbert Soung, of Springfield, sat crouched writing a letter home. In In a dug-oit he described to one of his dearest ut L I friends George Colrin, now State Superintend and former teachers, Prof. had passed unscathed. In one paragraph of that letter, now precious and treasured memorial, the a. young Kentucky marine told of the great work that had been done during those trying hours by the various welfare agencies. "But greatest of them all," he wrote, "the greatest and best of them all, Gob! bless them forever, Is the Salvation Army." The body of Gilbert Young, the brave Kentucky boy, lies today at Chauteau Thierry beneath the lilies of Prance, but his soul, poured out to his friend, goes marching on in tune with the great work the Salvation Army is seeking to accomplish now that swords have .been turned into plowshares and 4spears into pruning hooks. The sacrifice of Gilbert Young and the hundreds of other young Kentuckians who gave their lives for liberty 'during the world struggle will cause many a heart in the great Blue Grass state to pour out fts benediction upon "the Salvation Army when money is solicited in the Second Home Service 'Appeal campaign May 10 to 20. The Salvation Army today as always stand ready to help wherever there ent of Public Instruction of Kentucky, the terrible ordeal through which he t i l$!3Bff3fe t 2 """""s.w 3 Vt r WHAT a difference in motor-c- ar days, sition finding out what he wants in a tire and giving when every point in the county is hardly more than "just around the corner." People's ideas are changing, too, him that III Large or small, U. S. Tires are built to only one. stand' ard of quality the standard Is a need. URGE KENTUCKIANS ON IN BIG DRIVE State Conference Held to Arouse In- terest In Salvation Army Home Service Appeal, May 10 to 20. KENTUCKY GIRL AT BOOTH HOSPITAL In.preparation for the final drive in the Salvation Army's Second Home Declares Her Life Was Saved at Sal , in KenService Appeal, May 10 vation Army Memorial Hospital tucky and other states east of the Misl hi buviuyiuu. sissippi river, a state conference of Hvorkers was held in Louisville on 'Wednesday. Not long ago a Louisville young Judge Henry S. Barker, of Louis-Till- woman was given up for dead by promthe state chairman, presided and inent physicians. They pronounced it ;the toastmaster was Ben S. Washer, cancer. Through the Salvation Army of Louisville, vice chairman and for- this young woman was taken to the mer national president of the Young Booth Memorial Hospital at Coving-- , Men's Hebrew Association. Governor ton, conducted by the Salvation ArmyJ "Edwin P. Morrow, honorary state For more than two hours leading surchairman, could not be present but geons of Covington and Cincinnati opsent a telegram giving his hearty en- erated on this young woman while her dorsement and urging Kentuckians to faithful friend of the. Salvation Army, leave no stone unturned to put Ken- corps stood by to win her back to tucky in the forefront of states in con- consciousness. tributions. Governor James S. Cox of Today this young woman is alive 'Ohio was also prevented from attend- and well and holds a fine position in a ing and sent a telegram of endorse- Cincinnati office. She declares that ment. she owes her life to Booth Memorial Prominent workers from all parts of Hospital, the surgeons and the faiththe state pledged themselves to do ful workers. their best. Prof. George Colvin, State One object for which the Salvation Superintendent of Public Instruction, Army's Home Service Appeal in Kendelivered a splendid address ln which tucky, May 10 to 20, is to be conduct3xe called upon all for renewed efforts ed is to raise money for an extensioa in the big drive. Leading officers of to this hospital so badly needed. Kenthe Salvation Army- - from this section tuckians in every part of the state are told-o- f their experiences in the actual justified in giving to this fund because work of the Army, most of them hav- all Kentuckians are welcomed to ing served from 20 to 35 years in the Booth Memorial Hospital whether ranks of this great organization. they have money or not. No person' Among other prominent workers in is turned away on account of a lack of "the Home Service Appeal are: Ben funds. L. Bruner, secretary of the state exBooth Memorial Hospital holds the ecutive committee; John It. Downing, record of caring for more charity patreasurer; Dr. Wl S. Lockhart, chair- tients than any other hospital in the man ofxthe speakers' bureau; Judge United States. A training school Is a Walter V. Gregory, chairman of the part of the hospital work, and during publicity committee; Mrs. C. Malcolm the influenza epidemic manj Salvation Bullitt, Mayor George Weissinger Army nurses were sent out into variSmith of Louisville, Hon. W. P. Lin- ous sections of Kentucky and render--' r coln, Marvin H. Lewis, Alvin T. Hert, ed valuable service. tor. E. L. Powell, Dr. E. Y. Mullins and T)r. Charles W. Welch. to.-20e, They're beginning to figure out how much it is costing them to keep a car. And the man who is doing the greatest amount of figuring is the man with the moderate-pric- e car. that produced the first straight side automobile tire, the first pneumatic truck tire. 1 Select your tires according to the roads they have to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever the going is apt to be heavy The j 1 There still seems to be a notion in some quarters that any tire is good enough for a small car. Every tire that bears the name "U..S." is built the best way its makers know how. It isn't the car, but the man who owns the car, that counts with the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world IV . U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads The U. S. Chain or Usco. For front wheels The U.S. Plain. Royal Cords. everywhere For best results U. S. vAtt VI WQM mdAy figla a. -- VI 1 1 1 That's not what the man "who owxzs it thinks. In recommending and selling U. S. Tires we are trying to see his side of the propo As representatives of U. S. Tires in this town, we offer you the benefit of our experience and advice in settling your tire problem. 52 Unit ed States Tires W. E. NOE Columbia, Ky. I PRESENT CONGRESS HAS SORRY RECORD AMERICAN LEGION 'FRIENDLY HOME FOR WOMEN TO SALVATION ARMYl Washington, Kentucky Department Commander UI- ric Bell in Strong Letter to All Legion Members. IS HELPED D. B. Only ut Salvation Army Does Fine Work in Louisville Institution For ' Women and Girls. The Susan Speed Davis Friendly .Home for Women in Louisville Xa con- trolled and operated by the Salvation Army and is one of the Institutions jto be helped by the money raised in the Home Service Appeal to be made by the Salvation Army, May 10 to 20. Four times as many cases were cared for in this Home during the jpast year and during the year before. thirty working days remain of this session of Congress, if the plan of the Republican Ulric Bell, department commander leaders for a recess or adjournof the American Legion, of Kentucky, ment early in June is followed. in a recnt endorsement of the Salvation Army, said: Three or four appropriation "It will not be necessary for the by American Legion to say to the former' bills must yet be considered soldier that the Salvation Army is a, both the House and Senate; the good thing and deserves support. It, is already well known that 'Johnny Buck' has learned to respect the 'Sally Ann' under a stress that has tried the souls of both. Soldiers of the Salvation Army shared In common, during! the late war, the same risks and dangers faced by those who now make up the American Legion. It is the hope of the State Department of the Legion thatthe Salvation Army will meet with great success in its work and the conviction that 120 units of the Americans Legion In Kentucky will stand shoul-- ! der to shoulder with the Army In alii good tilings." The Salvation Army's Home Service Appeal is May J 10-2- 0. This work has been carried on in the iace of trying difficulties. It has been necessary to remodel and refurnish the Home, and in spite of this many have been cared for. Forty-thre- e girls and young women were cared for there during the past month. Only six per Cent of those cared for are over 18 years of age and many are under 14. The Susan Speed Davis Home gives a welcome to all unfortunate girls and women, no matter from what part of jKentucky they come. ... Means Committee is endeavoring to form ulate a program for adjustment of the pay of returned soldiers; the House Committee on Immigration islconsidering the advisability of adding to the restrictions of the existing immn gration law, and the Senate has before it the proposal to create a budget system. This is about all the work it appears Congress House Ways and will attempt to dispose of. Granting that budget legislation will be approved and that a bill for adjusted compensation for soldiers will get through, the record for thirteen months of this Congress will be: Passed annual appropriation measures, which must be enacted yearly fov the Government to function and which should not require more than two months of the time of any Congress. Passed railroad bill, which actually held the attention of Congress as a whole about ten days. legislation, Budget which should not require more than two weeks. Soldier adjusted compensation legislation, which should require not more than one week. MUCH TIME WASTE D. from ever since it came into control of both branches of Congress. He declared that it had done nothing constructive, but had devoted the larger part to but it will be "quantity record," President. and is really a record of prob- the lems avoided and of almost.com-plet-e The Premier of Italy and the success in the plan to do r Foreign Minister of nothing. This way the plan of at San Remo agreed onPresident the Republican leaders when this Wilson's proposal to make session was convened, because Fiume a buffer state as a of the desire, for partisan rea- solution of the Adriatic problem. sons, to postpone consideration of all important matters until When your breath Is bad, appetite poor, and you feel "blue" and discourafter the November election, aged, you need Herbine. One of .two From good Republican author- doses will set you right. It is a great; ity cornea the admission that system purifier. Price, 60c. Sold by Drug Co.. Adv. the Congress has done nothing. Paull legislation. of course, the Congressional Record will be filled with discussions of private bills, etc., Jugo-SIavi- In all, the work done by this In a speech on the floor of the Congress should have not re- House recently, Representative quired more than five months of Fuller, of Massachusetts, exreal and sincere effort. But pressed the fervent wish that from, thirteen months of Congress, his party might be cured divided in two sessions, will the attack of "sleeping sickness" have been required to pass this which he declared it has suffered , 'I X s P. 5W "St' Z vA THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4--- its. 4dair Coaaty WOMEN SHOULD admirer hallooed, "Billy will be in his or her stead." ized. He was chosen President there!" meaning the San Fran- ERNST ENTERS VOTES. Published On Wednesdays. ial Elector for said district, and cisco Convention," "and he will Twenty-si- x days from the date At the coming Presidential Casey Attorney E. C. Moore, of SENATE RACE fi Gokm6iai KeMacfcy- of this paper the Republicans election all females in Kentucky show you a trick or two." county, was chosen as his assistwill meet in Chicago for the pur- who have reached the age of Dog Law Left In Full Foercl ant. pose of nominating candidates twenty-on- e Editor J.E.MURRELL, will be entitled to CANDIDATE NOTED FOR and Effect. Mr. L. C. Winfrey, of this - - Mgr for President and Vice President the ballot. Here is a very im MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. EXTENSIVE CHARITY WORK place, waB a member of the comof the United States. Outsiders portant proposition for Demo-crati- c To County Clerk of Adair County: rnwipiperieTOted to the Interert mittee on Credentials. Democratic have but little conception as to ladies to consider: There I notice by our records that to date EDUCATOR AND LEADER The following resolutions were the OItT of Columbia and tbt paool of Adair who will be selected for first is not a doubt but the Republi- there are not as many dogs in your nd Bdjolnlosconntlca. adopted: place. As for the second place, cans will see that all colored County licensed as there were in 1919. "The Democrats of Kentucky, nothing is being said in the Ardent Supporter of Movement women vote, and to offset the I wish you would make every as second Entered at the Columba' in State convention assembled, To Wipe Out Illiteracy In fact gain the Republican party will endeavor to collect license tax on all lass mail matter. pledge anew their belief in and metropolitan papers. devotion to the undying princi- we do not remember of reading receive, the white Democratic dogs, and devise some means whereby It Is hardly necessary to introduce ples of the party. the name of a single man who ladies must exercise the right of the people of your County may be in- Richard P. Ernst, whose candidacy, WED. MAY. 12, 1920. "We indorse without reserve aspires to be nominated for Vice- suffrage. Our party can not formed that this law is in effect andwil for the United States Senate has jost r' been.announced, to the average Kelt the administration of Woodrow President. In the instructed win in Kentucky if they fail to be enforced. tuckian. Subscription Price 1st andl2nd Postal Zone His name has appeared throughout Wilson and call attention to the vote so far Gen. Wood and Sena.50 per yer. vote. A majority of the white Yours Yery Truly the state in connection with charitable great achievements which have AH Zones beyond 2nd3$2.00 periyear movements, war campaigns, church" tor Hiram Johnson are running ladies are naturally in sympathy A Subscription due andlPayable inTAdvance W. C. Hanna. been accomplished under his and missionary work and drives to aid Commissioner of Agriculture. leadership. First among these close together, but we do not with the Democratic party. the schools and school teachers, espe believe that either one of them Therefore, it behooves everyone The above notice is sufficient to daily in the mountain districts. achievements was the winning His charitable work, aggressiveness ANNOUNCEMENTS of the war, which was fought to will be nominated for the Presi- of them to exercise the right of those who have failed to pay their dog and progresslveness In civic movjij ments and personal popularity havfl the end that militarism and au- dency. We believe that the voting. tax. FOR CONGRESS. made him one of the most general! tocracy should be things of the bosses have a man in view for Some may say that they do S. C. Neat Clerk Adair County Court. admired men in Northern Kentucky. past and that assurance should His extensive work in ? interests to announce be given that in the future civi- the first place, and that he will not want to vote, because it "We are authorized of his state and its tieonle hetran medlatelyupon ilr. Ernst's efaduat BALPH GILBERT, of Shelby county, lization should not be made the not be named until he is placed would look degrading to their from the famous Old Centre Colleg Cane Valley. for the Democratic nomi- plaything of autocratic rulers or in nomination. Here is a tip we sex. Not at all. The principles a candidate Danville, where he was valedictorian Congress in this, the Eighth nation for liberty the pawn of military get from Washington: If the that are involved are the princi Mr. Berry smith of Greens-bur- g of his class. Congressional District of Kentucky. Admitted to Bar. powers. national convention refuses to ples that must govern this counState Primary Election Saturday, who has been confined He was admitted to the bar in Ken August 7, 1920. 'The assurance would have nominate Hiram Johnson, of Cal- try, and the women should be as here at his brothers home with ton county after examination by Sent been made complete but for the ifornia, there will be three tickator John W. Stevenson and much interested in living in a s sever case of blood poison is William R. Arthur and since hasJuSgjb pracWe are authorized to announce action of the Republican memets in the field. While Johnson safe and economical country as slowly improving. ticed law in Covington and Cinclnnra Coun- bers of the United States SenPRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson with the same aggressiveness and sufr ty, a Democratic candidate for Con- ate, who put their partisanship would support the nominee his the men. The women are now Mr2 J. T. Johnson one of cess that have featured every move gress, in the Eighth district, subject above their country, their hatred followers, especially in California being recognized in Democratic our best old men who has been ment worth while into which he has directed his efforts. to the action of the State primary of the Democratic party and its would not. conventions, and three very confined to his room for the Glancing over the long list of his Auguit 7, 1920. great President above the welprominent ones were selected at past six weeks is able to walk activities one can see that he continually has enlisted himself in mov.e In the San Francisco national fare of mankind and who have the State convention in Louis- out a little. ments in which he could accomplish FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. prevented a ratification of the convention, Gov. Cox, of Ohio, best results for the people. treaty of peace which was agreed will get on the first ballot the ville, last week, to go to the San Mr. Tom Grant's condition reAs trustee and a member of the Ex, Francisco meet, as delegates at mains about the same for the ecutive Committee of Old Centre ColWe are authorized to announce Hon. to by all of our allies in the war lege, Kentucky State University at Kichard P. Ernst, of Kenton county, and to which the faith of our votes of the following Kentucky IargeMrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, past three months. Lexington, and of Plkeville College1, a Republican candidate for U. S. Sen- country was pledged by our ac- Congressional districts: First, Mrs. Nora Layne and Miss Laura W. E. Hancock,Esq.,is still in his excellent advice and assistance in ator. Primary first Saturday in Au- credited representatives. The ac- Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Clay. So will have been exbe seen that a very feeble state of health matters of importancethe students. it tremely beneficial to gust tion of these representatives of Ninth and Eleventh. The dis- right on the start the Democrat- with little hope of any improveWars On Illiteracy. the Republican party was taken tricts that go uninstructed are Recently he has taken a deep inters ic party is taking her women in- ment. 5TATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. solely in the belief that they est in the campaign teachers are wag Second, Third and Fifth. Cox to its counsels. S. T. Banks and A. H. Judd ing for increased salaries and has could attain political advantage In the Democratic convention thereby, and utterly regardless gets 16 districts votes. Add the The right to vote is a privilege, taking active steps to secure bet have improved some. They are beenpay both ter e for the teachers of the held in Louisville, last Tuesday, of the rights of mankind. four votes from the and it would be very detrimen- able to walk out. state and for the professors In our col every county in Kentucky was "We rejoice in the fact that delegates, and his vote in tal to our party if they failed to Mrs. Mattie Goodin and little leges and universities. The mountain schools especially appeal to him and represented by a set of delegates. this issue will be submitted to the convention from Kentucky visit the polls next November. son, of Campbellsville, were he has been an ardent supporter of Maj. A. ScotBullitt was the American people for deter- will be 20 on first ballot. the movement to wipe out Illiteracy visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. and to offer residents of the mountain temporary Chairman, mination, and we express our chosen Bent upon adjournment or re better confident belief that the people la this issue of the News Hon. cess early in June, the present Bailey, here several days of districtsErnst's facilities for education Mr. continuous help has and made the keynote speech. will, by their last week. votes, decide R. P. Ernst, of Kenton county, been received by the churches of the Republican Congress will have The Committee on organizathat the blood and treas- announces to the voters of KenOn last Tuesday night Mr. state, regardless of denomination. He Is an elder add succeeded his father a sorry record. To date, made the following impo- ure expended in behalf of mantion written l, Elijah Hancock's barn and con- as superintendent of the tucky that he is a Republican rtant report which was adopted: kind and of liberty shall not of general legislation promised their terms of service covercandidate for U. S. Senator, pri- the people in the 1918 campaign, tents consisting of 50 bbls. of ing a period of nearly SO years. He For permanent Chairman Con have been in vain. 100 bu. oats, hay, 50 bu. has been looking after educational and "Among other achievements mary first Saturday in August. it has passed a railroad bill corn, gressman W. J. Fields. missionary work in the mountains, Si we point to the great policies Mr. Ernst has long been prom Granting that it will pass a budg- wheat, harness, saddles, and chairman of the State Committee of The State at large delegates to buggies were destroyed by fire his church, and has succeeded in more the national Convention, Sena- which have been pursued and to inent in the counsels of his par- et law and soldier bonus prior than doubling the amount heretofosjp legislation ty and in every State contest he with no insurance. They sent given for this purpose. the constructive to June, neither of which is yet tors A. 0. Stanley and J. C. W. which has been enacted such as And his work docs has been found on the stump, certain, its record will consist of for blood hounds but they could He is president of thenot end the Covington Beckham A. W. Barkley, Ben the establishment of the Federal not find any trace. The Joss is M. C. A. and. a member of the Xat speaking for Republican princiJohnson, Desha Breckinridge, Reserve System, which rendered three generml pieces of legislaal War Council. As head of the about $1500. ples. He will probably be in M. C. A. He has been mainly inst Miss Laura Clay, Mrs. Nora such effective service in finanadded to the usual annual tion, Mr. L. M. Smith was in mental in erecting one of the Layne,Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. cial matters in times of war, and this section of the State Defore supply bills. It will have done complete and modern buildings to Louisville last week buying found. to the business of the country in the primary. nothing to adjust the tariff and Electors at large, Marion E. Son In Active Service. goods. He put an as electric times of peace, and which has Taylor and A. J. A. Alexander; It is now almost the middle of revenue law inequalities; it will light plant two weeks ago and it He was active in every form of war made money panics a thing of work and gave continuously of his National Committeeman, John- the past, and to the Federal May and neither one of the not have solved the problem of certainly makes his business time, labor and money, whenever son M. Camden, Chairman of Farm Loan System, which has Democratic candidates for Con- what to do with the merchant called upon. His only son was- s rv house look attractive. Ing at the front In France, as a capState Executive and Central stimulated production, prevented gress have addressed an Adair marine and will have done nothtain in the regular army, when the Committees, Judge Charles A. a rise in interest rates to the county audience. ing to encourage foreign trade; armistice was signed. He had Glensfork. farmer and been of incalculable the army as a private" diiring the Member-at-largHardin, State it will have neglected its opporMexican .trouBle and later passed his good to all of the people. ANNOUNCES FOR U. S. SENATOR. examinations at Washington, winning Central Committee, Geo. B. Martunity to create land settlements "We call attention to the fact Farmers are very busy getting a second lieutenancy, lit. ofErnst's State Ex- that the Republican Congress Covington, Ky May 10th, '20. for discharged soldiers, and will tin, Member-at-larg- e JohnE. Darnall, corn in this as a private and en- ready to plant committee, Jas. A. ecutive have done nothing for the has utterly failed to enact any To the voters of Kentucky: also was i ivotivo service- at the front. community. measure or to take any step , His wide aad 'extensive business and For some time past it has been couragement of better relations Miss Nettie Blair was in professional experiences, as counselto benefit the country or "'There were several warm conbetween capital and labor. In a lor and advisor to many large financial the people, consuming the time known to many of my Republi- sentence, it will have done little Columbia last Saturday. tests, but harmony prevailed and manuCactuumg concerns, has been since they have been in power in can friends throughout the State J. F. Abrel, of this place, and of unlimited value to his state and throughout the proceedings. community, as he has been called upon the legislative branch of the that I would be a candidate for but criticize the Administration Ruel Ross of Crocus, spent a many times to give advice when mate The delegates-at-Iargwere government in an effort to make the Republican nomination for for what it has done and for ters of big moment wese being considinstructed to vote in the Nation- political capital at the expense United States Senator. what it has tried to do, but has few days in Louisville last week. ered. Mr. M. E. Blair has erected a Mr. Ecn.vt's record of service in the al Convention for Gov. James of the country and its people. I now desire to make public been unable to do because. Republiofln parfcjr is a long one. We believe that a worthy M. Gok, of Ohio, for President blocked he way,- and it new mill house and moved inannouncement of that fact. Good Republican Record. as long as his name was before successor to our present great has been in session approximate- to it. Begiifcing as Councilman in CovingI keenly appreciate the rePresident Mr. and Mrs. Willis Loy aad ton, he was kept In office by members the convention. The district porEo'nof is to be foundM.in the sponsibility and importance of ly one year. The people will hardf.both parties until he insisted Gov. James Cox, delegates were uninstructed. of Ohio, and we ly be fooled again by suoh prom- Miss Dollie Strange were shopFor many years he wason the instruct the this high position, and in the, ping in Columbia last Saturday. Stat6 Central ommittee and for four TheF may or may not vote for delegateBnat-larg- e elected by event of my election, I will give ises as were made by the Rejfears served as its chamnan. He has Mrs. Fannie Potts was visit- - ''represented bis district a number of the Ohio candidate. this oonvention to vote for him to the duties of this office the publican leaders in ' the caming her sister Mrs. Frank Strange tmres atvdtional Conventions and also The majority of the Democrats in the national Democratic con- best there is in me and will rep- paign of 1918. has been one of the "Big Four" from last Tuesday. his state. It was be, who, while state in this part of the Kentucky vention at San Francisco. resent the people of Kentucky McKinley ''We direct that any delegate-at-larg- e Mr. of Russell chairmen, established state headquarstood for a reorganization of the There is not a doubt but fehere ters at Louisville, smsa continuously who might be unable to and of the United States to the county is visiting his sister Mrs. maintained by the party. has party in the State, and Gen. Jas. is a strong sentiment in Kenbeen a liberal financial supporter of the attend said convention shall have best of my ability. Sarah Blair. Garnett, of Louisville, formerly the right by written proxy one party during all three years-anI desire, also, to take advan- tucky, showing to Mr. and Mrs. Porter Barger of its wise counsellors. of this place, made a gallant designate some, person to act tage of this opportunity to ex opinion the- Democrats have 'of was WUliam Mr. Ernst's visiting .their "daughter, Ernst, a banker father fight on the floor to that end, and vote in his or her stead, and press my at Lexington, subseMr. Bryan. At the late State were sincere thanks to the. His mother was but his contention was voted if both the delegate and alter- many Republicans throughout convention his name was men- Mrs. Lutie Smith and family quentlyA. Butler) a Jessamine county Sarah nate elected from any of the last Sunday. girl. down. the State who have, without so tioned a few times and upon congressional districts of the It was through Mr. Ernst's instruMr. Gordon Montgomery, of Be at the'lHigh School Gym mentality that the Covington Induslicitation on my part, so kindly each occasion there was a manState shall be unable to attend trial Club was developed and through Columbia, who was not in Louis- the national convention, that and generously offered me their ifestation of admiration by ' the this, Tuesdayllnight, Lindsey-Wilao- n his efforts that the campaign to erect Tille, was highly complimented, such delegate or alternate shall support. clapping of hands and stamping a magnificent headquarters for this renight, -markable civic organization was when the delegates from the have the right by of feet. One very enthusiastic wirtten prox Richard P. Ernst. heu)s I T?.?nrifVi AinfviM-- . .. nm nnrl nrtrfln- - tu ucsiguato ouwc jjeiouu iaj aub DEMOCRATIC . jnini-- ,.! -- T Post-offic- e . I - 28-2- t. State-at-larg- - Sunday-schoo- - e, i son-inWa- Rob-inso- n. - cal-culat- ed Con-gre- ss - oare-'tirin- g. He-als- o the-favorabl- e - to-morr- AtVertiSureat T Y r i e o ADAIR COUNTY NEWS IV ZO &Q OE t ,o TO THE FARMERS NEW SPRING QOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. V t AT Now is the. tigm you need work tools. D RUSSELL & CO 1 And we are ready to supply you with Plows, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, aoE $ E IQI AW? Wagons, Field Corn Drills, Judge W. W. Jones.has greatly im -- 'last. week. He travels out of Nash IMrs. Lillie Redford. of Snrlntrfinirt. U, visiting is relatives in this proved in the lastXweek, and in a few ville. county. days he will likely J Lbe able to come to Misses Nellie Butler, Elma Moss. Mr. Alfred Dohoney, of Lebanon, town. Mary Lou Triplett, Stora Hutchison ; Mrs. W. I. Frazier.J of Louisville, Messers. B. Tupman, Clarence Cun- - formerly a citizen of Adair county, is visiting at the Ihome Jof her uncle, diff were shopping in Campbellsville, spent several days of last week with fold friends in Columbia. a few days ago. Mr. Jas. T. Page. Dr. S. P. Miller spent a day Miss Edna Lewis is visiting her Mr Esco Reece, proprietor of the Eussell CountyUlWoolen Mills, was sister, Mrs Leo Baldauf, Louisville. last week in Louisville, Mr. Tim Conover and wife, of Big here last Wednesday, enroute to Mr. W. H. Sandusky went to He is a good friend to Louisville last week and bought a Springs, Texas, arrived in Columbia Louisville. this office and; eft ajlot of work six passenger Templar. It is a beauti- a few days ago. Mr. ' M. E. Welby, of Bowling Mr. N. B. Faulkenburg and Mr. C. ful car and a very smooth runner. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Perrymanand Green was at the Jeffries Hotel, last oil W. Faulkenburg, who are in the business, were here last Wednesday, little daughter, of Creelsboro, visited Friday. from Jamestown. Thel former stated in Columbia last Wednesday and Mr. E B. McLean, Louisville to The News that someloilihad been Thursday. npon Columbia merchants called found near Creelsboro, but he could Mrs. Edgar W. Reed went to last Friday. not say as thejquantity. There had Louisville the first of this week, to be Dr. O. P. Miller and wife went to been no pumping, and that the holes absent several days. Louisville last Friday and on Saturhad been plugged. Mrs. S. W. Dohoney, who was day witnessed the Derby race. Mr. C. C. Bates wife and children, seriously ill last week, is reported Mrs. Lawrence Pickett, who is emof Jamestown, were here a few days decidedly better. ployed in this office, went to Coburg ago. Friday afternoon to spend Saturday Mrs. Maggie Eubarts left for Pope Mr. John A.!Delker, Henderson, Sanitarium, Louisville, last Thurs- with her mother, who was reported Ky., made a business trip to Co- day. She was accompanied by her quite sick. lumbia a few days since. sister, Mrs. R. F. Rowe. Mrs. W. O. Belcher, of Greenville, Mr. Jacob Myers,! of Canton, Ohio, Mrs. Willie Hynes visited relatives mother of Mrs. Fred Hill, arrived is visiting at the home of Mr. D. E. n Louisville last week. last Thursday for an indefinite visit. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill spent Mr. and Mrs. Hill met her in LouisMr. L. EJYoung made a business several days in Louisville last week. ville with their auto. trip to Louisville last week. Miller and son, Mr. Mr. John Q. Alexander made his Mr Bryan Mrs. Geo. H.; Nell, who sp6nt two regular trip to Columbia last Thurs- Paul Miller, of Crocus, returned months in Texas and in Mississippi, day. from Louisville last Thursday. The returned home the firstjof last week. been in poor health for a Mr. Hugh Sharp, Jamestown, latter has She found alljthe members of Mr. C. d his mission to the city was mingled with friends here last Thurs- year, S Harris' family, ;in the latter State y examination to have an day. well awl in fine spirits. After the examinrttfon he was given Mr. Sam Hale. Russell Springs, Mr. John F. Shaw'simany Columand placed great encouragement was here Friday. bia friends wereEglad toj greet him under treatment. It is hoped that ex-Ra- And all other kinds of Implements, Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. Seed, and DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY Kentucky. Columbia, I T. F. COR BIN ENOUGH OF THE RIGHT KIND. ' iMiilHHHIH sm CANE VALLEY, KY., Auctioneer and Dealer In Enough Insurance of the right kind is an asset to any man of business, and is best when most neededafter the fire. Too little Insurance, or the wrong kind, is only a partial asset at best needed-aft- er Real Estate.a Voir Business So licited. and becomes a liability when most the fire. 1 ' Enough Insurance in this Agency will satisfy the most exacting property-owne- r. The Service Agency furnishes, only the right kind safe sound indemnity. Alva Grider B. 0. I t& G-- . R- - "The Service Agency" REED. Kentucky. IIIMIII Insurance in all Its Branches. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. I Columbia; II I'll Til I III n W - THE UNKVERSL CAR It's no longer necessary to go into the details describing the practical merits of the Ford car everybody knows all about The Universal Car." How it gees and comes day after day and year after year at an operating expense so small that it's wonderful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay. Buy a Ford car when you can get. We'll take good care of your order get your Ford to you as soon as possibleand give the best in "afterservi" when r required. UCHANAN-LYO- N COMPAYN. INCORPORATED. Columbia, Ky. yf Radford, Louisville, arrived last Sunday afterOFFICE: Room 19, noon. The three former stopped Patterson Building with Miss Jennie Garnett and the latter with Mrs Daisy Hamlett. MONDAY, THURSDAY Mrs. S. F. Coffey and children, of SATURDAY, Granite, Okla., are visiting relatives AND PUBLIC DAYS. here. Mrs. Coffey is a daughter of Mr. S H. Mitchell. Mr. J. H. Branha'm and wife, Breedhe will now recover. ing, visited Mr. and Mrs. Noah Loy Mr. G. A. Kemp has been quite Sunday. feeble for the past ten days. W. Dillon, Breeding, Mre. G. Mr. W. V. Helm, of this plaee, visited her niece, Mrs. N. T. Mercer, who is employed at Jamestown, was week1. last Friday and Satutdayi last here Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rosenbaum meeting his many friends. visited Glenville Sunday. Mr. W. I. Ingram spent several days Mr. Edgar Diddle, of Center College, of last week with friends at Knifley Danville, spent Sunday in Columbia. Mr. It. L. Durham, wife, and little daughter, Mary Elizabeth, were in Mrs. Mary Biggs, Miss Laura Srny the Columbia last Saturday. Mr. Dur and their nephew, Master Leighton ham lives at Greensbur", but at Smythe, left Tuesday morning for present he is engaged, having timber Washington, D. C, Zto attend the Southern.Baptlst Convention. sawed at Purdy. son, James, and Mrs. W A. Ville, father, Eld. visited at the home of hfe. W. T. May, last Sunday.- Louisville'-an- Mr. Guy NeH went to witnessed the Derby. Mr. W. the big Shrine meeting at Corbin the latter part of this week. Mrs. R F. 'Mills and daughter Gladys, came through Columbia k last-wee- H, Sandusky will attend on their return to Albany frenv Mason, Ohio, stopping over with her brothers Messrs Phelps', a few days. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps, or Cumberland Co., are visiting Mm Phelps' parents and other relatives. Mr. ., .; "' this w,eek. , , . - Mr. and Mrs G. M. Dillon 3ndMW&e? daughter, of Bakerton, are- Tistsing; at the home of Mr. Dillon'S3on in-la- w Mr. C. T. Keene. Mr. Dillon orderedu the 2?ews sent to his address for on& year. .)' Campbellsville, Ky. P. O. Jones, of East Fork, purchases J Stewart Mr. S. S. Goode, a prominent and W. W. Harris, of citizen of Casey Creek, was here the Dr. James Taylor farm, contain- East Fork, were here Monday. Mr last Monday. For himself and ing 110 acres, lying on the waters. 6. Jones is well acquainted and has friend he dropped six dollars in the East Fork,' for $7,000. Mr. Jone till. many friends in Columbia. bought this farm for his son, BaalL "i and Mrs. Jas. Garnett, their 'Mr. I. S. MaF, wif ana child, DanTfty Gen. m. ofrtfais land is in bottom Messers. PonrHfiton P. C. Jones, 4-- r L 5 'l V-- s- . - .i ) M - t . J .- - rt& its ! ADAIRLCOUNTY NEWS as as GoIunbia Earber Shop hoy Give "us as both Satisfaction(and A Sanitary Gratification are Guaranteed. Sliop, whero lowe: b a Trial and be Convinced. 3S -- skxxxkx! liCH l K ll f i rJl -- J V I J Tlhj mJT m Fl L JI 7jTiiryyMBiHMiMMKilvi no certainty in supposed human security in any part of our great country. I visited the scene of the storm's path in the vicinity of Aberdeen. Mr. Howard Mur-rell, formerly from Adair, was 5K K far enough out of it to be safe, 3K but entirely too close to be com fortable. It took his chicken house, tumbled one flue and leveled his big shade trees. Farms are still being sought by many northern people, .who are tired out with the severe winter of their sections. Values are still climbing and within a few years our fine rich land here will sell H for more money than similar land in the states north. 'Our state has $1,000,000 to spend in building good roads in 1920 and 1921. The Magriolia state, long misunderstood and under-rate- d is attracting progressive citizens from nearly every northern and western state and its develop ment is assured. C. S. Harris. Russell GreeK. 0"9"frQ"Q"Q"Q44"& 00440044 S SHOES J 4 -- . CLOTHING -- i ft 4f- ' St "4!? gr f r & Albin Murray Columbia, Ke ntfucRy Next Door to The Adair County New Office. 4 4 4 4 4 4 L hogs and a 100 cars of cattle. I We believe we will have some wish I had the entire shipment for this section, but it is not fruit in this part of the country, , The News: Editor available at this time. Only a if nothing further prevents. The chilly breezes of the lin.-- faw yearg ifc wag Qnly coj Mr. Foree Hood returned gering winter have passed and ton and corn and not a car 0f home from the Fine Mountains, for several weeks we have been livestock was shipped. When where he had accompanied his this country's pastures are utiliz-al- l brother, Cassius, who is in bad in the embrace of real spring health. We hope he will soon revegetation being clothed with ed, its contributions to the green. Winter robs the kets will impress the entire gain his strength and get well. earth of beauty and life; sum- - country and lower the price of Mr. Harvey Watson, of Louismer mav brine- its arid breath to choice meats. The acreage to go ville, is visiting his parents this droop and dwarf; autumn may to cotton will not be increased week. or may not yield to fond desires, this year, regardless of the high Mr. Rube Story, of Rowena, price this staple is bringing, but was visiting Mr. Marvin Piercey but fpring, lovely spring, gives full measure in cheer, encour- a larger planting of corn seems Saturday night and Sunday. agement and promise. He, who to be on the program. VegetaMiss Pearl Sharp, of Gadber-ry- , 8 not feel and appreciate the bles are leaving our trucking can was visiting Miss Dela wonderful impulse of spring, districts by the, car load lots, and Smith, recently. whose ears are deaf to the mu- within a week or so the luscious Miss Branham, of L. W. T. S , Montpelier. sic of birds, eyes blind to the strawberry will follow. This is Piercey, was visiting Miss Olie beauty of nature, sweetened in the face of an unusually late recently. Wheat and winter oats present with the fragance of flowers, is cold spring. I have never been Willis will the poorest prospect for a crop Miss Catherine Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite indeed to be pitied. It is the in a country where vegetation a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would year. Mr. that we have had for many years. period of beauty, the season, of grows as fast as it does here, teach our school this have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most v will move to the Trabue disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with Mrs. Amanda Denson sold her promise the real life giving and I have never seen a place Huber butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have recently purchas- farm on Cabinfork to John Goff part of the year. It holds in its where corn could be made with Shearer farm, regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but ed by Mr. Bill Hood and broth- for $700. after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just hopes and expectancy, as little cultivation. The health embrace seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were er, and will teach the Cyclone Mrs. W. G. Aaron and childcheer and ambition, and yields of this part of the world is fine no good at all for my trouble. I heard ren who have been for several and has been ever since I came school. to no other foe, but the scorchTHEDFORD'S ing rays of the summer's sun. here. The flu did not bother us, f Sanders & Hendrickson, of months with Mr. Aaron who loteaches at Eddyille, returned Surrounded by all these inspiring and but little sickness of any Campbellsville, were in this home a few days ago. incentives of nature looking kind. This certainly suits me, cality, selling Player Pianos. Isaac Willin sold a small tract forward to the seasons of culti- and I am enjoying better health Mr. Creed Hood, one of the vation and harvests, inspired by than usual. The storm, or rath- oldest men in the county, waB of land to W. S. Grider for $250. an atmosphere of real life, it is er a cyclone, that swept through quite sick a few days past, but J. Z. Conover and J. V. Dud- recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured Lley have each installed a Colt's this State, Alabama and into is better at this writing. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best hartl for me to drift into a liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or carbide light plant. of current events called Tennessee, last Tuesday, was by Messrs. John and Rhue Squires ht stomach trouble any more." acts on Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grider f news, but it is news your read- far the worst visitation that na- delivered their tobacco, last the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of recently visted their son, Rev. throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysers want and it is news I must ture ever gave the South. Its week, to Mr. Keltner. tem. This medicine should be in every household for W. B. Grider, at Bowling Green. give. This, as is ..generally path, about a quarter mile wide use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel Ned Murray, a good Uncle sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh toand at least two hundred long, and respectable colored man, is Mrs. Grider accompanied Rev. known, is an agricultural region, morrow.. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Grider to Elpaso, Texas where and due to a superabundance of left death and destruction in its lying at the point of death. ONE CENT A DOSE a 73 rain, farm work is not up to the wake. It passed through the ' Mr. Tom Corbin, of Cane Val- the latter is receiving treatment for some temporary ailment. county average season. Our pastures western portion of this ley, was through this neighborMrs. Jane Osaac, 85 years of are fine and all stock is doing and nine lives were lost. In hood buying hogs last week. age, formerly of the Barnett's well. The livestock industry is Monroe county its fury was Mr. J. W. Todd and son were Creek section, died at the County Victor O. Hubbard and Allen expanding rapidly in this part of more intense and through a Ees. Phono 13rB. Business Phone I M. Warb, two promninent young in Cane Valley, on' business, last poorhouse on the 24th of diseases the country, especially cattle thicklier settled community, week. incident to old age. N Murrell men, were killed when their Dr. and sheep. At present St. touching the western part of automobile skided Sunday withTheae are now 17 inimates at Miss Hattie Williams has reLouis is our market, and while Aberdeen, and 20 odd lost their in a mile and a half of their some distance, yet not so far af- lives. The many bruised or turned from Georgia, where she the poorhouse and a few others home at Bardstown. Frank being boarded out for want of ter all, for stock' loaded in the crippled, and left homeless are has been teaching school. Wilson and Charles T. Crume Mr. Jake Bault purchased a room. morning here, is on that market receiving the attention their were seriously injured. the next morning, a service al- condition demands by the people player piano from Sanders & It appears to us that the Fis-cOffice, Front Rooms Jeffries BTd. Court made a mistake in not most equal to passengers. This outside the stricken district Hendrickson, Campbellsville. A bad sprain heals slowly if not Squires Bros, sold a bunch of erecting a larger and more comis maintained by the M. & O., through the good organization UPSTAIRS.,' treated with a remedy that has the power to penetrate the flesh. Bal, and has stimulated the stock in- - of the Red Gross. The comforts hogs to Phelp3 Bros, in li cents modious structure for a poorhouse. Personally the writer of home and the necessities for of the market. lard's Snow Liniment is especially dustry in this country beyond COLUMBIA, KY adapted for such ailments. Three making a crop are being providhas always thought that the the expectation of the company. sizes, 30c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle. county should erect and mainStock yards will soon be located ed. The, forces of nature can Sold by Paull Drag: Co. Adv. tain on the poor farm a rather in Meridian, a hundred miles not be understood; their powers . . decent nouse tnac would Dei r6v. Thomas Marksberry is south on the M. & O., and when resisted, nor their destruction ' Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist American warships have been this is opened up, it will give a forestalled. This part of the Special attention given Diseases of a spacious enough that the inmates Demg tried 4n Augusta for the WOUld not have to be Crowded murder of bin hPHh fm'pnrt Jopoq seht to both coasts of Mexico in home market that will further south never experienced a real Domestic Animals to requests from in like sardines in a box. The finding nf fiidrm'o response file stimulate. We have several cyclone Deiore. it may never Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on body and the arrest of Marsbery American citizens for dispatch dealers in livestock in this little occur again The visitation of SJamestown road. 3 Is yoar property for sale? Tbe excited a great deal of interest of such vessels to protect their city, and one of them stated to cyclones, floods, drouths and PhoneJlUG. Kpmntr Co.. will find a baver. Affir .nm;DOO me & few days &zo that he shin-- 1 vw vuw u.wmu. -- V Wliu ....r.. ., ....... " ...ww at- Hip timennrl vuw trial lllVfUilOCO interests and property during earthquakes, teach that, there is Columbia, Ky. jcnn HQiei. .u the present unsettled situation. pedr last year, 90 odd cars of 10 be quite sensationaK West Point, Miss, mar-living 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 GENERAL MERCHANDISE 4 - 4 4 4 4 4 4444444446M94fr4Hfr49eH699 STOMACH TROUBLE S BL re-po- rt Black-Draug- 13-- ' J. --DE- NTIST al L. H. Jone . . i i --- i 1 r ' " ADAIR COUNTY NEWS LAST YEAR'S DyedSUIT Swiss Can be so chaneed by having It new Sprine Shade. It will last another year. Trial ' a pretty, Give Onr Dry Cleaning b Send Via Pareggost SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLE. EJCOEPOEATED KY. year Leadership and Tires for h 1 s ujiuiinrniunrttmomitNtrwhNiiuiiuuiiuHi.rHiuiDHHuinuiJiiuiiuiHmHiiuiimtmyutiiiiMrmiiiiiiM A. F. SCOTT DEALER IN (?:3&:Z..ftfr.. gfe? GARFORD TRUCKS 1. 2, 3. AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, , Mile! SEE Enormous resources and scrupulous care have produced in Goodyear Tires for the smaller cars a high relative value not exceeded even in the famous Goodyear Cords on the world's highest-price- d automobiles. In addition to its larger A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. ?aBBPSBIHHBfliVI3K3 For every purpose for which a liniment is usually applied the modern remedy, Liquid Borozone, will do the work more quickly, more thoroughly andjnore pleasantly. Price, 30c, 60c and $1.20.. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv Knlfley. fAf JOE fcYAN AAA A Goodyear manufactures an average of 20,000 small car tires a day in the world's largest tire factory devoted solely to the 30x3-- , 30x32-- , and sizes. 31 x sizes, 4-in- ch Last year more cars using these sizes were factory-equippe- d 1 i The health of this community is very pood at the present time. and Grace Bonnie Misses of Casey's Creek, Wolford spent Saturday night and bun-da- y with Miss Nellie Gose of this place. Mrs. Gertrude Murrell and little daughter, Virgina, of Calhoun, McLean Co., are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dr. tZ. T Gabbert, of Casey Creek, at this writing. Mrs. Mollie Muncie, who lives T.phanon. visited her moor parents, Mr, and Mrs. Edd Baldwin, of Speck, a few days of last week. Mr. Will Harden visited friends and relatives in Casey Co., a few days of last week. Miss Rosa Bryant who went to Joe Ryan felt that he Just had to be a villain to keep up the natural fitness of thinjrs. He was born at the foot of Devil's Tower, in Crook county, Wyo., and he just naturally had tc play he was a bad man. That he succeeded is evidenced by the hisses hr receives in nearly every city and town in this broad land. But away froir Yitagraph's thrilling serials, he is one of the most quiet and likable men in And tc the motion picture world. witl1 prove it he is being Jean Paige in a serial. &-Va I I II I L.. feA VI1 ... l" ""arc with any other IdncL with Goodyear Tires than 1$ Their extreme worth is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using one of these sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. at ( Ife a.-- j piii1 -i - i. s. -- SS.iS-' OF THE U. S. A." the Argonne. TO-DA- "THE DARLING That's whal a great general called The Salvation Army doughnut .wsk. H saw her mothering the Yanks in Y sg. .,- - - v 2a Double-Cur- e sSiLiy & .Vfgtfgg5fr5N ,-.- ais J7J1 ) 30x3Y- Goodyear Fabric, AU-Weath- cr Tread Single-Cur- SO '250 VZ- THE SALVATION ARMY needs $10.00d,000. so the laaie can mother the sick, the poor, the distressed, the orphaned of Americas slams. M . . .A hehml hand for any hu man being i Without regard for creed, color, J --1 Goot zzr H-- -7 Why. ilzzzesa. 30x3 , Tahi-ie- Gooayear Anti-Sld- e d Tread $') L 5Q . Heavy T less mer .. 30'X 3?s sz Toorl't Tvibt are btJlt to protect casings. zzjj ..k& j.wOj tabs! Goodyear Tjm cok.II.i i aio-- i tlift-- i ta-- of wiri goa-- l VJ9 'W ?450 N. t i- -- country." ' irl ifii The Salvation Army Home Service Appeal &Titrw Mv 10-2- 0. 1920 Lebanon to have her nose operated on, underwent the operation allright and has returned home and is getting along nicely. Mr3. Lula Beard and children spent last Saturday night and SnnrtBv with her mother. Mrs. W. R. Watson. Mr. Tom Hancock and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beard last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault visited their daughter, Mrs. Alvin Bean, of Russell Co., a few das of last week. Rev. Lather Young filled hi3 regular appointment at Roley the 4th Saturday and Sunday. An attack of heartburd or indigestion calls for a dose of Herbine. It relieves the distress instantly and forces the fermented 'food into the bowels. You feel better at once. Pricp, 60c Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. ind of Iron e Blood We've got them in the clincher sizes for Fords, Maxwells and Chevrolets. Ahe we we're specializing ou tire service to the owners of these ligRJer ca3s. Tho most powerful and beneficial tonic in all medicine for the blood and nerves i3 iron. The gyeJatest authorities agree on this. But it is a mistake to fake any form- of iron and expect to get satisfactory results. Most of the common form3 of iron are what is known- in science aa "inert" when taken into the human system. By this it is meant that they exert no action whatever. Perhaps this is why you have been disappointed when you have taken certain pills or tablets or tonics said to - r We - codipletb s1!0cks of Qoodyears in tire Smooth anti-ski- d and all weather treads. itsaintaining We've got your size at just about tke price you've been accusloned contain iron. The new way, to restore iron to the blood thi surest and most dependable of all methods is through the use of Acid Irea Mineral7This is a natural form of soluble iron itjs not prepared artificially by chemists like rrost medicinal fron but is with other highly beneficial found in Nafure remedial agents! 'The, story of, the discovery of thi3 ne'fornt of ir&'feads- aknost.l&e afairy tale and "medical science has provetim.mousando,f cetsremarkablebldo-makmgwrwerat a'Sy.drug AciU Iron" MmeseJ raajf be procured "hi lipjiid-forstore. It contains rfo alcohol or injurious orugs ascPwnXnqa blacken Vie'teetK. It'has beerJ.dspeetally'notBd that pale, puny n persons and those enfeebled bjr. ago children, weak, show imprvement and exhibit incf eased Strength almost im mediately aster starting treatment .iS-ilself.-.combin- ed s. run-dow- JOYCE ALl.GE Many of tlu tjroutost man and women of the stasc have had ilioir names associated with one certain yla-y- . Alice Joyce seems destined to have 'iswaPl For Sale by PADLL DRUG CO. House and Senate conferees agreed upon a bill raising the pay of all enlisted men and lower grades of officers in the Army and Navy from 15 to 39 per cent. the same distinction. The Vitagraph star has had success after success, btt, like all other motion picture stais, she has been without a role that stood out separate and distinct from tle rest. In "The Vengeance of Durand," adapted from Hex Beach's powerful ' story adapted by Mr. and Mrs. George Randolph Chester, she has tfce best role in Iter notable' career. f Mm Am Vf 1 1 a to rjaying for ordinary tires . Come in and look them over. w . T. PRICE tHE BUCHANAN-LYO- N SURETY BONDS FIRLE IHSURAI4CE, LIFE INSURANCE- INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. If COMPANY. . Organized Unselfishness! In a putshell that's the genitts'of w AT sS" j TM" mf The were not all made tojlo this land of work, tlien jS teaclrings of 1900 years hi2oebeenrin vdm." "If we Salvation Army Ready for any emergency call upon them, battling ceaselessly against every form of misery, misfortune. .and' distress, heSalva- tionuU ask only that they be 9Jven.;the funds with whi&' Itt served hiimamty for another year. I UN DERTAKER. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Steel I also keep Metallic Caskets, andPromptBoxes and two hearses. service night or day. keep extra large, caskets. We Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. 'X mmmmmmw J. F. TRIPLETT, Columbia, WMWmm M without question f Hunt's Sal fails in the treatment of Eciema. Tetiet Ringwonn.Iteh.etc. Dot t become ducoaragrd because othet treatments failed Hunt'Sl has telieved hundreds of sueb cases EGf3Ey,BaeK BourJjonPultrRamy Afew drora in tbe A l33?Gj drinkia water cures and prevent 'white w J I diarrhoea, cholera, lixiifeidon tad chick diieates. Use daily to other prevent disease and save year ehlcksU Jl TO. pine Small size 60 cents, half-pi310. At druUiJU. or seat, by mall' upon receipt of price. or g y&Sii ffi Franklin K. Lakx. Wct rtf Salvation Army Service Mag 1020, 1920 9 The, Salvation Army Heme Service Appeal 1920 Ky Sold Money Back Guarant: T17 it at our risk TODAY. PHc7S Fbr sale locally by You can't lose on out 9H aurban Bcmedv Co. Bot-- D lsslnxtaa. Tt.i Mas 10-2- 0, by Paull Drug Company. Sol d byt, the , Jeffries Hardware Store -. r n 8 Stanley Epperson J iimm msw. U 1.. 'i.- - :...- f ) ' - tmKry M' r ..r r I i ",r5fcy .1 S'r. s2- " ' . .3f John Jeffries "Fatly" Collins By --- i' 4, ADAIR COUNTY tober 2, 1916 Treasurer's 1,438 67 NEWS. Receipt 1,417 20 4,608 89 865 87 S 8,467 80 NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER SERVICE COLUMBIA November 7, 19J9 By Treasurer's Receipt December 12, 1919 By i per cent commission for collecting Sanders & Hendrickson's Music Store lb ft v - RE0APITULAIO2J. Total Debits 3 Total Credits 9,146 88 8,467 80 Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. 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 Guarante Satisfaction. Phones: Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. . P.M. Balance Due 679 08 3 The Commissioner finds that said Sheriff owes the Road Fund S679.08 subject, however, to the releases allowed by the County Fiscal Court. All which is most respectfully reported. T. R Stults, Commissioner, Adair Fiscal Court. March 24, 1920. SCHOOL FUND. DEBITS. To advalorem tax on $3,865 375 outside Graded School "METEOR MOnEL, 125." We now have a complete line of PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS of the following excellent makes, HOLLAND, ROYAL, AUTO, KIMBALL, and others. Also a full line of PHONOGRAPHS and TALKING MACHINES of the following makes: EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line f SH EET and ROLL MUSIC of the most popular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. v District tax on additional list ? 5,798 06 18 47 To advalorem $12,647 EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props. To 3,416 polls outside of Graded School district 50C 1,708 To 9 polls additional 5Cc list J)ELCOLIGHTa ' ELECTRICITYFOR EVERY FARM ' To 6 per cent penalty on $653 12 uncollected Dec. 1st, 1919, CREDITS. By advalorem tax on 39,- 404 released To 25 polls released 50c By receipts from County Supt. September 3 1919 By Receipts from County Supt. October 3 1919 By Receipts from County Supt. November 7 1919 By Receipts from County Supt. December 12 1919 39 18 8 7,578 21 14 10 12 50 468 23 1,154 39 1,154 83 3,379 30 8 6,183 35 " 8 J Delco tdelco-lig- hi upl See our complete Instrument Display in the RECAPITULATION. Total Debits Total Credits Balance Due $7,578 21 6,183 35 81,394 86 NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOC on Corner Columbia and Main Streets. 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, will run five hours on one gallon of coal oil. It's a four cycle engine with overhead valves. Phone or The Commissioner finds owes 81,-394 write us your wants. SANDERS & HENDRICKSON MUSIC STORE that said Sheriff the School 86 Fund 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. If interested write for catalogue, however, to the delinquent taxes and releases allowed by the County Fiscal Court. All of which is most respectfully reported. T. R. Stults, Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. March 24, 1920. subject, Campbellsville, Kentucky. or call on INSTINCT GAVE FAMILY ALL WELL? When Your Friends Ask That, Can You HENRY MILLER, Columbia, Ky or . STRONG, Campbellsville. Ky. HER FIRST jIGN OF ITS MERITS "The Minute I Tasted Trutona Said, Here's a Real Medicine, And It Proved To Be." Avers Nurse I HAVE THE GOODS Always Say "Yes"? BUILDi RED I Anything you want in Dry Goods, Groceries, Harness, Hardware, Farming Implements and Fertilizer. Come and look over my Line. " VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. PEPTO-MANGA- N BLOOD. . . Thoroughbred and Grades. Shorthorn Cattle Chester, White HogS - - . Thoroughbred and Grades. - Thoroughbred and Grades. Hampshire Sheep Inquiry and Inspection Solicited. Business Manager, S. N. B. HANCOCK, ... The Happy Family Is the One Where Everybody Has Red- Louisville, Ky., May 11. Mrs. F. C. Blooded Health. Spanyer, formerly and emergency nurse at the city hospital, is another Childrenjshould not be pale and wan. Women should not be tired, weak and blue. Young girls should not be sallow, liatlesss and anemic. Men n should not feel and poorly. Poor health and lack of vitality are often merely the result of impoverished blood. n Gude's is for people whose bodies suffer from lack of prop er blood nourishment. enriches the blood and increases the number of healthy red blood cells, which are so necessary to carry the proper nourishment, vigorous, and strength to every part of the body. It contains the very properties that are so sorely needed to build up thin, watery blood. Physicians call it the Red Blood Builder. For your convenience n Is prepared in two forms, liquid and tablet. Both contain exactly the same medicinal value. Insist on the genuioe To be sure you are buying the genuine ask your druggist for "Gude's." And be sure the name "Gude's" is on the package. run-dowPepto-MangaPepto-Mangan Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan. Pepto-Mangan, My prices are right. I can save you money on Ladies, and Misses Ready-to-WeHats, Waists, Bungalo Aprons, Dresses, Sealpax Underwear, Slippers, Shoes, Hose. "Gents," I Can Supply You, Too ar 1 FERTILIZER. I still have a little left come at once. Cannot get any more shipped on account of Railroad conditions. Cane Valley, Kentucky. 89,404 released To 25 polls $1.50 28 21 SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT 1919. ' releas37 ed By Cor-te- 50 amount paid commis40 00 8 17,382 90 99 90. sioner for making settleA statement of the account of z ment Sanders, Sheriff of Adair County, Kentucky, of the collection and disRECAPITULATION. bursements of the General Fund, the Total Debits 819,500 School Fund, the Road Fund. 17,382 Total Credits GENERAL FUND. Balance Due 82,118 DEBITS. The Commissioner finds To 30c advalorem tax on that said Sheriu owes 8 13,642 38 $4,544,463 the General Fund To 30c advalorem tax on 82,118.09 subject however 39 74 813,247 additional list to the delinquent taxes To 3696 polls SI 50 9 polls additional list To To 6 per cent penalty on 24,356 21 llected Dec. 1st, 1919 6,544 00 13 50 09 a and releases allowed by the Fiscal Court. All of which is most respectunco fully reported. 26137 T. R. Stults, Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court 8 19,500 99 March 24, 1920. CREDITS. ROAD FUND By Treasurer's Receipt, DEBITS 8 1,227 13 September 3, 1919 To 20c advalorem tax on By Treasurer's Receipt 84,544.463 $ 9,038 92 2,756 51 October 2, 1919 To 20c advalorem tax on By Treasurer's Recepit $13,247.00 additional list 26 40 2,972 09 November 7, 1919 Advertisement. To 6 per cent penalty on By Treasurer's ReceiptDe- $526.09 uncollected Dec' 8,933 12 cember 12, 1919 Commis3156 Is, 1919 3yl0 per cent Ladies Spring coats atMarary's collecting 85,000 500IOO sion for 39,146 88 By 4 per cent Commission CREDITS . for collecting balance The Kenper Co. Jeffries Hotel, bay 580 04 By 20c on 9,404 released general f and 18 80 9 on and sell Oil and Gas leases. 25-- tf By Treasurer's Receipt By 4 percent Commission 308 30 collecting School Tax September 3, 1919 618 37 lor To 30o advalorem tax on By Treasurer's Receipt Oc- Get that Range at Hurray's. ( . - Louisville nurse who recommends the use of Trutona, the perfect Tonic. Like others, Mrs. Spanyer not only backs her claims regard ing Trutona with several years ex per ience as a nurse, but she has also ta ken the Perfect Tonic and knows from actual experience.just whatMt will do. To read the following statement of Mrs. Spanyer is to become convinced of the fact that Trutona is truly a preparation of unusual merit a medicine worthy of trial no matter how many others have failed to give you relief. "My system was generally rundown," Mrs. Spanyer said, "1 had indigestion so bad that could hardly eat anything. My back would ache frequently and I often had headaches which would be accompanied with dizziness I ' felt tired out all the time, too, and could hardly do my housework. I'll tell you I was In awwell-know- n have Avery's Chainless corn drill. The best on the market. L. M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, I AT CANE VALLEY. "TALKINGJMACHINES" With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines gelling at the same price and you will readily fcy $ml$W&&&$ ful shape." an emergency nurse at the city hospital and I ought to be able feo judge the merits of a medieine whes I have had experience with all kinds for years. Well sir, I guess that't why the minute I tasted Trutona I said," there's a real medieine aUright," and believe me, it has proven to be." "I give Trutona credit for making an entirely new. woman of me. And Trutosa did it after many other medwas formerly to the superiority of our workmanship and construction. convinced relative "I I Columbia, E. YOUNG--, -' "JEWELER" Kentucky. eat heartily now and the food ges ts knows, and try Trutona." Trutona is sold in Columbia at The and doesn't hurt me a bit); I get up feeling fine and I'm able Paull Drug Co. the mornings Adv to do all of my housework now." "I do hope that other people, who Is your property for sale? The are suffering from troubles like mine, Kemper Co., will flid a buyer. Ofice will take the advice of a nurse who Jeffries Hotel. 25-- tf icines bad flatly failed. I'm able t