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Married at Lebanon. mains were shipped to Campbellsville, Grissom & Patteson's hearse meeting Commencement-.-Llndsey-Wils- on. Tuesday evening was Class Night; for the Columbia High School, Last and the entertainment was in the Gym, which was crowded to overflowing. All the members were in fine spirits, meeting the large congregaNO. 6769. tion with grace and dignity. The first on the program was Miss KESERVE DISTRICT NO. 8. -Hughes, the salutatorian. It $ary had been carefully prepared and it OF THE CONDITION OF was spoken in a manner to meet the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. admiration of all present. ClasrHistory was given in a very AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE happy manner by Miss Ada Neat. OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE A solo -- May Morning, followed by OF BUSINESS MAY. 4, 1920. Miss Eva Walker, who rendered it RESOURCES. Mrs. C. M. Bussell was in charge Last Wednesday afternoon at 6:30 of the music throughout, and she was o'clock. Miss Sara Coffey, a popular assisted by her daughter, Miss Fran- daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. N. ces, and MissXpulse Eowe, all talent- Coffey, this place, and Mr. Herbert ed. Benediction by Eld. Z. T. Taylor, a prosperous young business .man of Oampbellsville, were married at the home of Mrs. Lou Carter. Lebanon, Rev. S. Weper, pastor of the funeral party there at ,12 REPORT "charmingly. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those shown Grumbler came next, by Miss $246 297 85 inbandc) Breeding, who spoke her sub- Acceptances of other banks discounted $20 000 00 ject in a most happy style. TotalLoans $266 297 85 .. Giftorian, by Miss Frances Reed Deposited to secure circulation U.S. Bonds (par value)... $25 000 was next in order. It was well Owned and unpledged 3 21 050 Total U. S. Government securities.... $49 050 00 and spoken most admirably. Securities other than U, S. bonds (not including: stocks) owned Miss Mary Winfrey followed with unpledged $33 489 32 Class Will. It was full of humor, and Total bonds, securities etc as she called her gifts happy expres33 489 32 otherthanU. S Stock of Federal Reserve Bank sions could be seen upon the facps of (50 per cent of subscription) 1 800 00 Value of Banking- house owned the recipients. $1 000 00 1 000 00 and unincumbered The Seniors then sang most delight- Furniture and fixtures .. charged off Lawful reserve with Federal Re- fully the Class Song. serveBank 24 167 50 The Valedictory was then spoken Cash in vault and net amount due from 61 037 76 by Stanley Cundiff, who is a talented Checks onNational Banks other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank young man, and who was at his best. other than item 16 43176 The speech was complimented by all Total of items 13, 14. 15. 16. and 17 in attendance, and when he closed 61472 52 Checks on banks located outside of and the benediction was pronounced, city or town of reporting bank and other cash items all left for their respective homes, 299 02 Redemption fund with U. S. feeling happy over one hour most deTreasurer and due from U. S. Co-rincdm-posed lightfully spent. Treasurer Interest earned but not collected- approximate on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due Total - i 250 00 COMMENCEMENT EXEECISES. 3 897 04 $442 723 25 The commencement exercises which LIABILITIES. was also the closing hour for this Capital stock paid in 25 000 00 35 000 00 at' the Presbyterian Surplus fund school, took place Undivided profits S 9 149 23. Less current expenses, inchurch Thursday evening The builterest and taxes paid For Sale. $ 2 269 88 6 879 40 ding was not adequate to seat the peo- Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance of maple and many stood iu the vestibule turity and not earned approxWe have a number of farms from and in the rear end of the edifice. imate i 959 84 45 to 200 acres in Adair Co., for sale; 1 940 95 The program was opened with pray- Amount reserved for taxes accrued Circulating Notes outstanding.. 24 400 00 also several residence properties in er by Rev. Jesse L. Murrell, and this Individual deposits subject to check 347 513'06 Columbia; let us show you and give was followed by a song, rendered by Church officiating. The couple left here the first of the week and it v,as known to only a few that "they would marry in Lebanon. The parents of the bride had no objections to the choice of their daughter, and we take it that the contracting parties made up their minds to surprise their friends and have the rites solemnized away from home. The bride is one of Columbia's best young women, popular with everybody, and she will be warmly congratulated upon her return to Columbia. The groom is a member of a Taylor County family, prominent and for sometime he has been in business at Campbellsville. says: The groom The News-Journis one of our best young men, and by those who know him, is considered one of the most substantial and coming young men of this city. He is the senior member of the Taylor & Neth-erlan- d restaurant and confectionery of this city, and Is ' enjoying a splendid business. n He is in this community and he, too, is to be congratulated upon winning so deserving Columbia girl. We are informed that the couple .will reside in Campbellsville, but for the present they are on a bridal tour to some interesting points in and out of tha State. al well-know- the First Presbyterian o'clock Monday and conveyed the body to Falrplay where the burial took place Monday afternoon The deceased was a son of Wm. Keith and was between thirty and forty years old. He leaves a wife and one or two children. Qnlte a number attended the funeral. -- The week just ended marked the close of a very successful year at Lindsey Wilson. Prof. Bennett and his corps of excellent teachers are to be upon the fact that in spite" of the epidemics and other difficulties that have beset the progress of all institutions of learning during the last few years, Lindsey Wilson has reached the close of this school year with flying colors and prospects were never brighter than at this time. On Monday evening Jitwenty-on- e graduates from the preparatory de partment presented to the public a splendid program. This marked the culmination of a great year's work and testified to the excellent training received from the teachers of this department, Misses Rhodus, Garnett and Hynes. On Wednesday evening Mrs. Turney presented her advanced students from the music department in a recital which consisted of vocal, instrumental and violin numbers, All participants aoquitted themselves with honor, an evidence of their own talent and the excellent training of con-graulat- ed A Sad Accident. Last Wednesday a little son, about three years old, of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stone, who live into the left of Cane Valley, accidentally lost his life. He was playing about the house and came to a tub of water, and while standing near it, he fell into-thtub and was drowned before he was found. It was a sadjblow to the parents, who idolized their little son. As soon as alarm was given neighbors called and did everything in their power to console the weeping and sorrowing parents. May God comfort them in this time of their great distress, is the wish of this paper. e For Sale. Total of demand deposits (other description, prices and etc. the High School class. than bank deposits) subject to Cravens &Neat Reserve, Items 34, 35. 36, 37. The address by Prof. R. P. Green, 33. and 39 $347 543 06 Real Estate Dealers, came next. He was introduced in a Total $442 723 25 Office on 2nd floor of short, but well worded speech by DTATE OF KENTUCKY, ) Jeffries Bldg. COUNTY OF ADAIB Superintendent A. P. Prather. J I. E. H. of In starting the speaker made a very named bank, doHughes. Cashier thatthe above To Start a Drill this Week. solemnly swear the above amusing play on the name, Green. statement is true to the best of my knowledge e. H. Hugher. Cashier. He said that sometime ago he was and belief. Mr. Bee Whites, who has been enSubscribed and sworn to before me this 12th called to Greensburg, Ky., to deliver day of MAY.. 1920. gaged putting down drills for oil at an educational address, and that Leonora Lowe, Creelsboro, will remove a rig to this Notary Public Greensburg was located in Green My Commission expires Jan. 20th 1921. county, this week, and will start county, on Green river; that he stop-- , Oobbect Attest: drilling in the Zion neighborhood. pedat a hotel conducted by Green J. F. Montgomery. Last Wednesday he had not decided Henry N. Miller. Howell; that he lived in Bowling upon the farm he would begin action, John D. Lowe Directors. Green, on Green street, in a green but before he left that community dwelling, with Mrs. Green and a lot of he expected to put down several For Sale. little Greens, and that when he startwells. Asked him about the outlook ed on his journey to Greensburg from General Store, stock of goods; at Creelsboro and he said that"it Bowling Green, Mrs. Green served 85 Acres fine land, 'priced right; looks good to me." greens for dinner. I have a Ford car, touring body, for their teacher. sale. O. D. Arnold. On Friday eveningthe graduating exercises were held in the chapel, a On Larceny Charge.- large audience being present. The program was opened by Rev. J. L. Roy E. Edwards and Albert Murrell who pronounced the invoBrzyski, two soldiers arrested here cation. Following this was a piano Friday on charge of robbing O. L. duet by Mrs. Turney and Miss Barbee, a Louisville taxi driver, at Lockard. At this point Mr. Elmer Highland Park, were held to the Ashby, graduate from the training grand jury under S500 bond. school department delivered a short Edwards and Brazyski, both youths address entitled "Life lost and Reunder twenty-onwere arraigned gained," which was followed by the before Judge Rider Friday afternoon, regular commencement address, and waived examining trial. "Service" by Rev, B. W. Napier, As the robbery occured in Jefferson Louisville. This proved to be a county, the charge againsf them here masterful production and was greatly is merely that of driving a stolen appreciated by his hearers. automobile. It is probable that if A beautiful solo was rendered by Jefferson couney authorities desire to Mrs. Tarney and after the presentry them on the major offense, the tation of diplomas and some very charge against them here may be appropriate and choice remarks by abated. E Town iTews. Rev. Bennett, the benediction was pronounced by Rev. Ljckard, of Notice. Burksville. e, lam latest style. The production of crude oil in the State of Kentucky; has more than ;For Sale. A" No. 1 Ford tourin- - car for sale doubled during the past year. Another advance last week of 25c new tires, fiirst class condition. Call Miss Trabue has two young fresha per barrel in the price of Somerset 96 A. or see Epperson & Jeffries milk cows forfsale. grade of crude oil brings the present Columbia, Ky. selling price up to 34.00 per barrel, Army Goods. and in instances there is a premium Health Giving Water. We have just received the greatest? Recently Mr. S. F. Eubank, this lot of armylgoods Jthat has ever ar-place, sunk a well at his shop, finding rived here before. These goods arff a bold stream of water, perhaps the getting very scarce and it is time for coldest in the town. People at once you to get what you want before is commenced using it, and the opinion too late. Wealsohave some shelter was freely expressed that it contained tents, raincoats and paint at great medical properties. Mr. Eubank sent bargains. Buy now for the future. of the water to the Universia bottle A good line of bicyles and sundries ty of Kentucky, Lexington, for an at interestinglprlces. Come and look analysis The following 1s the report: at our line and see many bargains "Chlorides of soda, etc., small, Sul that you are not expecting to see. phates of Lime and magnesia, large, Remember our bargains in sewing; Carbonates of Lime, magnesia and machines. 30-soda, large. T. G. Rasner & Son. An unconfirmed report has reached "The water was distinctly alkaline and contained a large amount of car- here that Jacksonville, Fla-- , parties The "School oftflnstruction Order bonates, also alkaline sulphate and will drill soon in the territory near of the Eastern Star" held at Greenscarbonate of Lime, magnesia and so- Knlfley, this county, and in view of burg, Ky., May 11, bylMrs. Lora Lee the facp that theseparties have secur- Bates, Worthy GrandjMatron of Kenda." ' ed and filed for record here a num- tucky, was quite a success. Mrs. Geo. Rev. Elmer Ashby, who has been ber of leases in that section it would E. Wilson . represented Columbia for four years, seem the report can be credited. in Llndsey-Wilso- n Chapter No. 209. She spoke in high graduated last week, and on Saturday Representatives of one of the esteem of the Greensburg chapter and left for Montlcello, to take charge of largest oil corporations in "the world the hospitality, etc., shown all the the Methodist Church,-- that place. made a flying visit to this section delegates of the neighboring chapters. He is very elegant, Christian gentle last week, and while their movements The meeting will be long remembered man, and during his stay in Columbia were surrounded with the utmost by all presents. he made many friends, all of whom secrecy, stiu enough information stand ready to commend him to the For Sale. "leaked" out to warrant the statepeople of Montlcello and of Wayne ment that they were very much imcounty. He will' be missed from pressed with the development work One Ford Touring Car. VA-- 1 condithis place, but he informed us before they found progressing in this tion. See leaving that he would visit here as territory. Alvin Lewis! of tends he could. A party of oil men arriving here bought a harness from Creelsboro Thursday night reThe attention of the patrons of the S. H. Mitchell l Bank, this place, is horse from W. W. Harris, Metcalfe ported well No. 2, McMead Oil Co., county, last Wednesday for $180. on the Campbell Bros, farm, at a called to its very creditable statement, depth of-- 140 feet had filled sp with ' published in the Hews He Is a good one receiving hats every day of the Call at once. Mrs. R. W. JHurt'. Gadberry, Ky. OIL NEWS. oil almost to the top, but that drilling was in progress, looking for a better flow in a lower sand. The J. E Carnahan Oil Company's well No. 4 on the Coffey farm near Creels-bcr- o, was drilled m the latter part of last week, and while no reliable estimate of its capacity is ventured ab this writing, still it Is believed to bs a good one, and parties who' have seen it report it to be the equal of. No. 3 on the same farm, which, came in a few days since. The Carnahan Company control several hundred acres of leases Southeast of Columbia, and they have begun the movement of drilling machinery to a location some five miles from towa where they will operate at the earliest possible date. Represectajives of the" McMead Oil Company, Jamastown, have been in our locality for several days past giving our citizens an opportunity to become identified with the company, and in the view of the fact that pror duction is alreadyjassured, a are becoming financially interested in the venture, believing' there are great possibilities aready for the organization. Mr. W. F. Coast, a prominent oil operator from Cincinnati, arrived hers Sunday night and left early Monday for Creelsboro and other points foe the purpose of getting first hand information regarding gthis territory. We are more than pleased to see such men as Mr. Coast becoming interested in the local fields, andjwe are always ready to give themla hearty welcome. Latest received jhere advise that the Carnahan people are rushing their drilling out-fi- to a location on the old Holladay farm, near Zlon's Church, and they confidently expect to be "spudding" in by the rlatter part of this week. This will be the first drilling operationsjin this immediate vicinity since thejpresent "boom" has struck this section, and the results will be awaited withlmuch interest. Mr. M. E. Weldy, of Bowling Green Ky., who has been In our midst for the purpose of raising funds in con nection wlthfurther development of the McMead properties, in Russel county, succeeded in interesting a. number of local people, and left for home the latter partHof the week, goodly-numbet f but with the intention to return at an early date. .His lecture was along educational lines and it was a very scholarly production, only the purest of English being used. The address was forceful, abounding in much advice to the graduating class made up of Mr. Stanley Cundiff, Misses Mary Hughes, Mary Winfrey, Frances Reed, Corinne Breeding, Ada Neat. The young ladies were in white and each one wore a beautiful boquet. Mr. Cundiff was elegantly dressed for the occasion, but he did not wear flowers. The entire bunch presented a very attractive picture. Prof Green in his address took an occasion to pay tribute to Columbia He said the town had been noted for years throughout Kentucky as an educational, point, and that it afforded him great pleasure to appear before a Columbia audience. The address throughout was well received, the speaker being highly complimented upon the conclusion. " .Following the address Miss Carrie Grissom, about fourteen years old, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grissom, rendered scientifically a piano solo. She is very skilled and played the Selection throughout without business building, bargain; Desirable dwelling, 3 acres land; Great bargain in small home. Good Lost. A black barrow hog. Will weigh get advantage of the about 100 pounds. Split in right ear, low prices ahead of the Oil "Boom" underbit in the left. Will pay the .Bay now and The Kemper Co . Office: finder. Sam Lewis. Jeffries Hotel. W. E Morgan, of A mandaville, de For the llvered one hundred and five hogs to board has Phelps Bros., last Thursday. He sold in 31.50 cf the Louisville market. The bunch .brought $2,034. In talking to Mr. Morgan he said that farmers about Amandavllle were behind with porn planting. That wheat was look ing good. He also reported that his Bon, J. H Morgan, sold a farm in the Irish Bottom, a few days ago, to J. W. and M. C. Wells for $23,000. Born, to the wife'' of M. H. Mc-Quea- ry, past three years the town made. an appropriation for the care of the cemetry and put it in the hands of the Women's Club, as a result the cemetery ha8 been well kept, and has been in better condition than ever before. At present the ladies under the new board have not been given charge, consequenily the cemetery is needing attention. It is the duty of the board to see to this and arrange for the Women's Club to take charge. barrel additional. At the present rate of production in Kentucky every twenty-flv- e cent increase per barrel means an additional value to the product annually of $1,500,000.00. In a private letter received here a few days since from Mr. G. A. Roy, president of the Roy Petroleum- Cc, he Intimates that they will begin drilling operations at no distant date In tne western portion of Adair. This company n, has considerable acreage near and their operations will no doubt be in that vicinity. twenty-fiv- e - of cents' per jt Mill-tow- 2t Kokomo, Ind., April 24, 192C, a son. He was christened James Woods. He la black headed and Fatal Accident. Ed Keith,, who lived In the Falrplay Country this county, died in a Louisville hospital last Satur day night. He was at work In the mountains of Kentucky, and one of his arms got caught in a machine and it was torn off. He was conveyed to Louisville for treatment, where he d4ed at the tiime given above,. His r e Will blue eyed, and weighed 8 pounds. A Mrs. Wilson, who before her marriage, was a Miss Bryant, a daughter of Charles Bryant, died in the White Oak country the first of last week. Clarence Yates Is sinking a well on music. public square, location, west corner of Superintendent Prather then pre the courfc-hourit- i. First-Nationa- - to-da- y. 4 ' ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rvirrvrrrr a p yw 9 9 mcw n immiJiwii nnww t V yUe Product qfxperlence h i; n- - 9 for your floors sake See that the above label appears on the can of floor finish you buy. It identifies the h of quality and favor Hanna's Eustro-FinisWhen you have furniture or woodwork that needs brightening, floors that need get a can of floor-finish. ng, j A Hill Climber, a Gasoline Saver, and an Easy Runner. Price Si, 275. Come and see it I I- " ' ' and Have it Demonstrated to Yo I 9 9 9 9 A HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H and set to work. Equipped with this combined stain and varnish you can make things look bright and new. Scratches, scars and worn spots disappear in a wonderful way before Lusfro-KnisAnd best of all it WEARS. Try it h. - : .IBuxii 11 Jlj ? SOLD BY JEFFKltS HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. I! Chevrolet "Four-Ninet- y" Sedan, $ S, f.o.b. Flint, Mich. jj, m j 5 R.OOFING i 5 EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood ( a BUGGIES AND WAGONS. and American Fence. Siel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO. Jncornorated 1 i i 6 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. 1J Rid16 EaatMatkel Streei Between Plrsl and Brook Louisville, Ky. i It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article and price. N GfeJEENSBURG, LEWI KENTUCKY. Quarterly Round 338G8G8G$?083$S083$aHlBB3G&383808GGQS$C330 8 AUTOMOBILE LINE 8 8 Columbia and 6amDD8iisville 8 6 TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. 8 8 8 d8 Third Disirict. 3-- TAKE THE Bid RED CAR. H&! 8, 8 8; 1 Your Support Solicited. Traveling What Road Arc You Now ft Georgetown, Del., April 29 Peytonsburg, Pleasant; Hill Apr. Resolving twenty-fou-r years Burksville, Marrowbone Apr.4 P. M. 5. ago to read the Bible through Bear Creek, Bear Creek " 6. OUR WORK IS Renox, Terry's Chapel " 7. "Lend me five." each year, George Messick, re- Jamestown, Bethlehem " 8. THE NEWS is $1.50 and tired railroad man of George- Clinton Circuit, Fairview " 1011 "Charge this." $2.00 per year. Send in town, has completed the task Albany, Oak Grove Apr. 11 P. M. 12. "Here, boy." RusseU Springs, Mb. Olive Apr. 14. time. Picketts, Summershade " 1718 here?" your subscription at once. for the twenty-fourt- h "Where do we go from He has succeeded in finishing Pierce, Beech Grove " 19 Greensbnrg, Mt. Lebanon " 20. "Let's have another round." made last In a statement the book New Year's eve, with Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel Apr. 2425. "You can go home any time." week to the New York Tribune the exception of one time, when Gradyville, Tartars Chapel" 28. w Mr. Foover says he is for he was ill. Usually he starts on Temple Hill, Boyd's Creek, May 12. "Your money's no good." Fountain Run, Tracy " 3. with the first of the year, and he has Tompkinsville, Bethlehem " 4. 'I can't bother with small the League o Nations "proper" reservations. So is divided the chapters to finish at Casey Creek, New Providence " 89 change." West Monticello, Keen's Chapel May a almost everybody else, including the end of the year. "The sky's the limit. Monticello " 1516. Monticello, United eighty-on- e or eighty-tw- o it For many years Mr. Messick 16 P. M. 17. Mill Springs May 18. "I'm paying for this. Sate3 Senators, but that doe3 was baggage master at the Summersville. Taylors Chapel " 2223. Mortons Chapel "Don't be a piker." not get us anywhere, What Georgetown Station. He is Campbellsville Union Ridge "" 24. MannsvlHe, 25. "It's all in a lifetime." are "proper" reservations and! about seventy-fiv- e years old. District Conference, Greensburg May tt "More where this came from. what are improper reservations? He became fond of reading the Sparksvllle, Independence, June Road. might have said Bible when Thrift Mr. Hoover Elkhorn, Hogards Chapel a boy. He is a this?" with equal truth and illuminCampbellsville. "What's Jhe price of member of the Methodist Columbia, Columbia June 13 P. M. 14 " "proper" ation that he is for a "One will do." church. T. J. Wade P. E ' "The walk will do me good." tariff, a "proper" currency law, "proper" bonus bills, etc. E When your breath is bad, appetite "No, thank you." Champ Clark says he is merely poor, and you feel "blue" and discourTown News. itr can it. -- ttA mau it x aged, you need Herbine. One or two a receptive candidate for the t anuiu Sale. doses will set you right. It is a great Presidental For "Give me your best price." nomination. Clark We.have farms in Adair Co,, and system purifier. Price, 60c. Sold by will have his hands full in win"I'll carry this." Adv. desirable homes in Columbia for sale. Paull Drug Co. Congress without ning for promised my wife." "I or write to Cravens & Neat, Call on real estate dealers, office, 2nd floor JefThe two newspapers owned muddying the waters in the "I need the money." Presidential race. fries Bldg., Columbia, Ely. and published by negroes de"Let me pay my share." nounce Gov. Lowden on account Republicans continue to fan "I can get along without this." aciion in the East St. the flames of discontent which of his .Wakted Five whit girls to work "Is it worth seeing?" in Hotel. Good wages and room and Louis race troubles and declare they lay at the doors of the TH get this as I need it." they will not support him if Democrats, but offer no panacea board. Write Hardesty Hotel. I penny iB as good in my Lebanon, Ky, "A nominated for President. for ills. GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB UP-TO-DA- Spendthrift Road. "This is on me." "One more of the same pocket." "This is what I got for my money, a Reads Entire Bible 24 Times in 24 years. Meetings, Columbia 8 4 Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and p. m. 8 I SOSJBS3$SS$S3leS323$Ssl3i;33SI3. PHONES: ) Columbia, 123 Campbellsville, W. E. NOE. ( $KHeK aeieieKaeK; Colun 'bia Barber Shop LOY & A lowe; Sanitary both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. Shop, where Give 'us a Trial and be Convinced. ! Wage Earners. 26-3- 0. 5--6. In survey of family incomes in nearly one hundred cities in the United States, the Department of Labor found that in s Johnstown, N. Y., of the wives earn money. The Labor Review explains that this remarkable condition prevails in Johnstown because glove making is the principal industry there and furnishes work which women can do at home. This appeals to them because they are able to earn good wages without leaving three-quarter- 12-1- 3. 19-2- 0. earnings' toward contributed the support of the home, In Boston, one wife out of teni works; in Buffalo one in twenty eight; in Cleveland and Cincin nati one in seven; and in Pitts burg only one in fifty, It is interesting to note that m vestigators found that a sur-- j o: a;) pnsingiy jarge percentage Ninety-thre- e 3K m XI i I town dwellers derive some in come from gardens and poultry, 23-- tf per cent of those their household. h In almost one-sixt- visited in Cleveland iadagart of the N w den or chickens. York City homes visited wome zine. Thrift Maga s ft .jt . ' . sm ADAIR COUNTY NEW S- - BETTER CHURCH BUILDINGS FOR PLANNED .. B PROGRAM --- 1 "S V ML DISTRICTS By BAPTISTS ,.': irtS' Ei&ja .-- & -- ' , For Columbia District Conference Greensburg, Kentucky. "' - WILL BJi PAET OP PROCEEDS OF 75 MILLION CAMP-- ON EMPLOYED IN ERECTING BETTER HOUSES OF WORSHIP AND OTHERWISE HELPING DEVELOP WEAK CONGREGATIONS, IT IS ANNOUNCED. : &. May 26-3- 0. 1920. s ZX&iihZ && -- ;"a3 ,i. i. &" frTj; rsf p" . w EPWORTH LEAGUES -s Wednesday, May 2d, Morning 9:00 A. M. Devotiona.1 Rev. Owen T. Lee. Organization. ... ;: SKI TYPICAL RURAL CHURCH BUILDJH5 1 1 mhi mi imi i H in ai mm'imi" 1 1.. OF TODAY' - The Purpose of the Epworth League: 1. The conversion of our young people, the enrichment o Makes Such light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call, "Biscuits for Breakfast!" frp.nf their personal experience and their training for leadership in the church of Rev. Elmer Ashb y. 2. To impart a larger knowledge of and to create a deeper appreciation for the doctrines of our church Rev. R. Li-- fcaK pfin't he beat in store light, tender biscuits for us tnnQhv Virmvn and all puffed up with goodness ! For mother is sure of her baking powder caiumeu She never disappoints us because fW We're sure there sa Pillow 3. To create and develop the missionary spirit Prof. Wl Pi Board. 4. To develop the social life of our young people Miss--. Maggie Duncan 11:00 A. M. Preaching. Sunday Schools. Wednesday May, 26 Afternoon. 2:00 P. M. Devotional-R- ev. BAKING POWDER 11CVV1 rlicnnnnint.i! uiJiijl""'"" hpr.It's dependable. Results gy K) HUH J - I. T. Allen. ol " - ahcaysie Try it. CYiuinefc same the best. d. J c: 1 I i 1 Si r"XJZ&M7' f S'-COwS itrKw"" VH FLOOR PLANS ,OF IMPROVED CO UN; 1 TRY OR VILLAGE i I CHURCH im&y contains only such ingre-offi-nts as hae been app.-uveU.S.i-oo.- l Auth'i.itieb. i'ly byrhe St. Vhen You You When You Use It. Ycr. Su-Sr-ve Organization. 1. The purpose of the Sunday-SchoRev. O. T. Thorn- as. 2. The Teacher and his qualifications Miss Eve Rhodusi. 3. The Child: What and how teach it? T. N. Garvrh. 3y 4. Mens Bible Class G. V. Peterson Teacher Training Its value How organize and conduct a class?' J. H. Russell. o Evening. 7:45 P. M. Song service Rev. L. E. Squires. 8:00 P. M. Preaching by Rev. C. F. Winberly, D. D. lira IvjAlEaJ k AWARDS Several outstanding results of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign will be noted in the larger development of the rural churches. This development will take the form of a more efficient church and Sunday School life and in netter houses of worship around wnicn the church and Sunday School activities will center. Through the enlistment department of the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, Atlanta, Ga., weak, struggling churches will be aided in development to the point where they can become and employ a cempetent pastor for much more of his time than has been given these churches before, while plans for the betterment of the rural sunaay bcnoois tnrougn a series oi institutes for the training of teachers ln all the Southern states this summer will be carried out by the Baptist Sunday School Board. Best Plans Are Recommended. Plans have been perfected by the architectural department of the Baptist Sunday School Board at Nashville, with the Church Tenn., in Building and Loan Department of the Home Mission Board, whereby local building committees can procure detailed plans of the best modern church buildings for either large or small congregations. These plans have been so drawn as to take care of every phase of church activity, the Sunday School and other departments being so provided for as to enable them to do their most efficient work. And a modern building, jcontaining all these essential provisions, can be provided by any community that is able to build an church building, as the cost for the modern structure e is no more than that of the self-supporti- gling congregations in the erection ol well - appointed church houses and tha development of their Sunday Schools, a typical church building and also an exterior view and floor plana of a modern, church building, calculated to take care of all the needs of a church organization and costing no more than the cne-roowell-appointe- d KKge WMF J gf&isJtfP - District Conference. Thursday May 27 Morning. 8:30 A. M. Devotional. Organization. Report of pastors, Why Good Houses Are Needed, The accompanying illustration shows SOUTHERN BAPTISTS FIND THAT NO EVANGELIZED PERSON FROM OTHER COUNTRIES HAS PROVED TRAITOR TO HIS ADOPTED LAND LARGE WORK IS BEING DONE AMONG THEM. Report of local preachers and renewal of license. 11:00 A. M. Preaching. Afternoon. 2:00 P. M. Devotional Rev. Claude Squires. ' one-roo- building. This nronnsRfl huilriincr his manv pnrTmaTpr1 th5n in it fnvnr .h the one.r0om structure, aside from its attractive aDDearance. First it is more durable, being so constructed as tQ resist wind and stom Ssoondf lt is easily Qeated ln tne winter, it vestt bule cutting out the cold wind from the entrance, while by reason of the building having several departments it is needful to heat only the department being used on those occasions when only a small gathering is had. Then the auditorium in the center is shielded from the extreme weather by the de-partments surrounding it, though ln the summer these surrounding departments can be opened up, giving abundant ventilation. Again, the new building offers admirable quarters for the several departments and classes of the Sunday School, thus making tha teaching of the Bible 'a much easier task. Then the rocial life of the congregation can be greatly promoted by tho better building, in that lt affords ample quarters for church receptions, banquets and ether affairs of this nature, enabling ihe church to give tho young people social activities under wholesome environments. This and many other approved types of country churches are being em- ployed now in every Southern state, one. efficient church work is and a mc-rBig Loan Fund Provided. being done wherever such building has To aid deserving congregations in been erected, it is declared. Sufficient building adequate houses of worship, varieties of plans have been prepared the church building loan department to serve the needs of any particular was established sis years ago and al- community. ready more than 700 churches have been helped in building needed houses. BAPTISTS TO CELEBRATE 75th The initial fund, established for this ANNIVERSARY OF CONVENTION. purpose, was fixed at $1,000,000 and When the Southern Baptist Convenan additional $1.00.000 will be received from the 75 Million Campaign. tion assembles in Washington, D. C, anApplications pending now aggregate May 12, it will be the seventy-fift$1,000,000 and loans are' being made at niversary of the founding of that body the rate of $50,000 per month. No and will be known as the Victory Convention, by reason of the fact that it loans are being made in excess of of the value of the property, and will celebrate the successful concluthe loan made must dear the property sion of the 75 Million Campaign. Tha of all other indebtedness .and thus local committee in Washington is make it possible to dedicate the build- making plans to entertain 10,000 delegates and visitors. ing. By reason of the fact that tho future Vrora the 75 Million Campaign the Mission Board will receive, also, program of the denomination along all Home $2,500,000 to be used as gifts in the general lines will be formulated at thin building of additional churches during time, it is expected the meeting will the next five years, but this sum will be one of the most important in the be expended largely in aiding churches history of the denomination in the in stragetic points, among them being South. educational centers where it is desired to erect churches for promoting TWO AND A HALF MILLION NEW CHRISTIANSARE SOUGHT. the religious life of students,especially Baptists of the eighteen, state! in of those students affiliated with Bapthe territory of the Southern Baptist tist churches. Of the 25,000 Baptist churches in Convention are now in the first stages the South, 21,000 are in the rural dis- of the campaign that Is aimed to Via tricts and in small villages, and 19,000 at least two and a half million new of them have preaching services only converts to Christ in the homeland duronce a month. While the work of the ing tie next five years. Tils is an enlistment forces will be to help these average of 500,000 new converts for weak congregations solve their prob- each year of the 75 Million Campaign lems and help them develop in num- and early returns from the evangelifltjc indicate the goal will lM bers and efficiency, the other denomi-'laiionagencies will help these Btrug reached. ,. i ' , The Revival: 1. Value of the survey Rev. Harry Upchurch. 2. The Kind needed Rev. I. W. Napier. 3. Importance of thorough preparation Rev. Caughom 4. How bring it about? Rev. J. L. Piercy Possibilities of the mral church Rev. B. Turner. The value of pastoral visiting Rev. J. R. Malts. J. Vii v Evening. 7:45 P. M. Song Service Rev. R. L. Lockard. 8:00 P. M. Missisnary Play. Friday May, 28 Morning. Rev. D. T. Penick. 8:30 A. M. Devotional Report of District Lay Leader. Report of District Trustees. Election of District Lay Leader. Election of License Committee. Report of Committee on License. L. V. T. S. Its value to Columbia District Rev. R.VL Bennett, Report of Secretary of W. M. S Mrs, T. J. Wade. 11:00 A. M. Preaching by Rev. , A group of iarge boys of foreign parentage reached and made happy by a Baptist Goc Will Center. 3. To give Christ and an exalted citizenship to the neighborhood. In addition to the nurseries and playgrounds maintained for the chil-dren, clubs and classes are held dally for young and old, the neighborhood houses being open during the wintsr months from 3 to 6 in the afternoon and four nights in the week from 7 to 9. In addition to the English courses, cooking, sewing, first aid and nursing are taugnt girls, manual training and other useful courses are given tin boys, along with practice in debating-- ; while for the mothers there is Instnn. tion in housekeeping, care of the sicl-sanitation and food "selection. Through the mission Sunday schools, vacation Bible study classes andOtherwisen knowledge of the Bible is afforded and the way thus opened for a personsO surrender of lives to God. ade-iaat- one-roo- Patriotism and religion go hand in hand In the work which Southern Bap tists are doing for the foreigners in their midst, declare the several workers in the field who have found that wherever a man, woman or child of foreign birth or parentage has been won to the Christian religion, that one stands foursquare for the flag, laws and institutions of the United States. Work in evangelizing and Americanizing W. F. Hogard. ' Afternoon. 2:00 P. M. Devotional Rev. J. H. Mitchell. -. old-styl- . I I e birth and parentage residing' within tho territory of the Southern Baptist Convention has been carried on by rep resentatives of the Home Mission Board and the Woman's Missionary Union of the Southern Baptist Conven tion and the various state mission boards for several years, but this work will be enlarged and intensified as a result of the larger proceeds' made available for it through the 75 Million Campaign. the 4,000,000 people of foreign Report of Committee on Admission. An inventory of the districL Benevolences Our church Literature--It- s value to out work Rev. ' '' W E v Evening. 7:45 P. M. Song Service Rev. J. W. Raybum. 8:00 P M. Preaching by Rev. W. E. Arnold, D. D.' , '"- h one-thir- d Life of Communities Changed. And in every community where s Important Centers Named. Good Will Center or other social wort Among some of the more important has been established by the Chrlp centers in the South and Southwest tian workers there has come about & where work of this character is carried marked transformation in the lives o on are Richmond and Norfolk,' individual members of the community Baltimore, Maryland; Louis and in the appearance of the home? ville, Kentucky; Tampa, Florida; Bir and general premises. Cleanliness ha? mingham, Silver Hill and Moible, Ala- superseded dirt, happiness has taker bama; Meridian, Miss.; New Orleans the place of sorrow, and hope has and Church Point, La.; San Antonio, come to lighten the faces that were Laredo, El Paso and Fort Worth, formerly overshadowed by depressior Texas; Krebs, Okla., and East St. und doubt. Little tots who previously Louis, Herrin, Christopher, Harrisburg, wandered through the streets now find Granite City and other points in Illi- pleasure and helpful entertainment Ip nois. the games, stories and Bible lessor.? Aims That Are Sought. provided at the setteraent houseSJ Indicating the aims that are sought aimless boys and girls have been fire3 in this work, they may be briefly sum- jvith zeal and ambition to become use-fu- l Vir-.gini- Saturday May, 29 Morning. -- 8:30 A. M. Devotional Smith Given. Lay Activities: 1, How enlist and develop our lay men J. T. Goodunag- 2, Value of the Every Member Canvass O. Br Bertram, 3. The Ideal Steward W. L. Sawyer. 4. How solve our financial problems? Edd Hill. 1:00 A. M. Rev. J. B. Adams, Conference Missionary Secretary 1 i , Afternoon. W. Morris. .. , ' 2:00 P.M. b. Devotional Rev.' J. Report of Committees: a. Orders. . a j Others. " -- ,fq marized as follows: 1. To reach the little children, that their feet may be started in the up ward path. 2. To inspire the older boys and girls with ideals that will help them to improve their environments and give them strength to cope with temptations. 3. To interest the young people in sane and wholesome pleasures that their energies may be rightiy directed. 4. To help the women to be better more careful wives and mothers and better Christians. home-makers, ' Christian citizens; mothers with handicaps of heavy work and poverty have taken a new lease on life when they have 'found that there are those in the world who want to help them' to a higher life; and the fathers noting the improvement of th members of their families, have yield-- i ed to the refining and uplifting influ ences that have been thrown about them in the home and the community. The viewpoint of the whole community has been changed and better citizens, from both the patriotic and the relifi iousN viewpoint, are the result. bui1-dene- d I Election of delegates to Annual Conference. Selection of place for next Dist. Conference. Unfinished business. Evening 7:45 v, 5 . V P. M. Song Service Rev. E. G Smith,' . 8:00 P. M. Preaching. Sunday, May 30 Morning. . 10:00 A. M. Love Feast J. R. Marrs. 11:00 A. M. Preaching and Sacrament of Lords supper. Rev: T. J. Wade, RE. -- i Z- - 3s . 4-8air Coaaty THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS hes thepower, to Man ehe first six months of RESERVE world' War would have bank- ACT FROM SAVED COUNTRY RUIN. Additional Oil In Locals. Published On Wednesdays. fix Colam6iaLi J. E. MURRELL, VJIRS. - rupted the country. It is eaiser to criticise than construct; the KeMacky. Washington, D. C That the Republicans condemn, but they first six months of the war - - - -would have bankrupted the Editor suggest nothing better. Never in the history of any American Congress has there been such an instance of partisanship gone mad as in the act of the Republican majority on the House Ways and Means Committee excluding minority members from the conferences at which the soldier bonus bill was drafted. No Democrat on the committee was permitted to even 'know what was in the bill until it was reported out, when, with the 0. K. of the "steering oommittee,", it was ordered put through the House as a strictly Republican measure. Democrats are citizens and taxpayers will contribute their share of the revenue with which the bonus is paid, but they were not even allowed to be present when the bill was drafted, much lessi have a voice in its preparation.gliHow different the attitude of the Democrats when they were in the majority during the war and consulted and advised with the Republican minority about all war measures! Democrats and Republicans a- like fought and won. The Democrats and Repbulicans alike have a right to a voice in adjusting compensation for the men who faced the foe and wrought the victory. Russell County. -- United States in credit and m money had it not been for the 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St Democratic newxpaDerderoted to the Intend financial policy inaugurated under is easily accessible, right in the shopping the Qtr of Colombia and th ptopl of Adair the Federal Reserve act and xxgl adjoining constles. supplementary legislation, is as district of Louisville, and we would be serted by Senator King of Utah. as second Entered at the Columba' glad to see our many friends and patrons Replying ' to incidental critilass mall matter. of Adair county at our new quarters. cisms of the currency' law by Senator McCumber during a WED. MAY. 19, 1920. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom Senate debate, Senator King prices prevail here with greatty improved facilities showed that one of the first we Subscription Price 1st and!2nd Postal Zone can serve you better than nver in your need for things attempted by the Dem,.50peryer. AH Zones beyond 2nd5$2.00 perlyear ocratic party when it came in A Subscription due and!Payable ln!Advance WALL PAPER, RUGS, power was the enactment of DRAPERIES currency legislation which had LINOLEUM and CARPETS ANNOUNCEMENTS been lacking under Republican leadership. The Federal Re FOR CONGRESS. Bros. & Wellendorff 'di serve act. he said, had stood the INCORPORATED test of both peace and war, and "We are authorized to announce the country's finances are now BALPH GILRERT. of Shelby county, For More Than 40 Years on Market Street nomia candidate for the Democratic stabilized as they never have nation for Congress in this, the Eighth been in history. One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. Congressional District of Kentucky. Primary Election Saturday, State "Has the Senator advocated August 7i 1920. its repeal or modification?" ask- Gilbreath, date uncertain, twenty deep; and the Huffaker in 1897, ed Senator King. "I dp not re- feet We are authorized to announce on Otter Greek. 533 feet deep. call that he or any other RepubNever Disappoints. PRANK L. RIPY, of Anderson CounFrom EHa. The Gabbert is estimated to havelSwinebroad lican has seriously attacked the produced during its life 50,000 barrels ty, a Democratic candidate for Con gress, in the Eighth district, subject Federal Reserve act or has of- of oil, and the Crocus during the first Tho sale of Mr. Joshua B. Adams' It 18 DOt Often WA qpp rha action of the State primary to the lies practically, which fered amendments of a vital or eleven hours after the oil was struck, property happenings from this village reAuguit 7, 1920.important character to that 10,000 barrels. The Huffaker was though not quite, in the city limits of ported in The News and desiring great and constructive measure. first a salt water well. Finally, how- Danville, was conducted last SaturPOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. ever, the salt water gave way to oil day afternoon by Swinebroad, who that our little town be representI have wondered what would and for a time it produced the latter "always sells" and the sale, as is his ed in yoar paper, I am sending We are authorized to announce Hon. have been the result if the Fed at the rate of fifty barrels ner dav. usual custom, was a great big success. you a few item. Uichard P. Ernst, of Kenton county, eral Reserve act had not been Ten thousand barrels of oil were Messers. Denver aud Moss, the local Ella is. about ten miles east of a Republican candidate for U. S. Senupon the statute books and if we pumped from this well prior to 1862 representatives, did a big' part in ator. Primary first Saturday in AuColumbia and is located in a had had on the statute books on- Most of the oil was barged in the making the sale the success that it gust. very good upland farming counly the financial legislation that crude state down the Cumberland proved to be. Bollver Bond, auctionriver, but the product of the Gabbert eer supreme, was at his best on the try. There is a general store, we found there when the Dem- well was prepared for Mr. Bryan throws his inIf market in a re- block Saturday. The total sale e and a number of resiocratic party came into power finery erected in the neighborhood. amounted to 862,046 70 and the fluence to Mr. McAdoo at San at its Representative Henry T. under the first administration of The oil horizon appears to have been average per acre for the 141 acres denceschurch location. There is Francisco, he will be nominated also a building in which in the Cincinnatian in all these wells. was $439.88. The land was purchased Rainey, of Illinois, recently told Woodrow Wilson. for the Presidency. services are regularly held. The by the following: the truth about the "steering" Saved From Bankruptcy. Paid List. 83.34 acres to George White of Sunday-Schois doing well, but committee, when he challenged "Why, if it had not been for There is no way of knowing "Versailles, for 816,000. there are many who should atThe following are new paid who will be nominated at San its members to show why they the financial policies of the 'Dem- ers and renewals since our subscrib16.44 acres at $107 50;20.51 acres at tend that do not attend at all. issue of last $400;35 53 acres at 8350 vwent to Mr. Francisco, but just now Mr. should not be condemned by the ocratic party which have been Tuesday. Mr. J. M. McQueary, who had McAdoo seems to be the favorite. public for trying to place an un- crystallized into law under the Finis Stotts, Mrs. Maggie M6urning, G. A. McRoberts. This adjoins Mr. fair share of the tax burdens splendid leadership of Woodrow L. L. Harvey, Jo Jones, Ed Triplett, McRoberts present farm and will a son killed in France, has been D. U. Rice, J. M. McQueary, W. L. give him an outlet to the Lancaster officially notified that his grave The Knox Substitute was brought on by the war on the Wilson, our country would have Farris, Rev. Elmer Ashby, G. W. pike, making two outlets, the East had been located. As soon as adopted in the Senate, 43 to 38. people rather than those who been bankrupt, so far as credit Waggener, C. B. Rine, Mrs. Luc Main street one and the above. possible Mr. McQueary will have It declares that the war with made excessive war profits. Mr. and money were concerned, Wilson, Miss Tillie Trabue, L. R. 7.80 acres at S470;8.40 acres at 590 the remains brought to Adair Germany and is Rainey said to the House: "You within the first six months of Bryanc, Ralph Garnett, D. S. Knif-le- went to J. D. Whitehouse. County. 18.03 acres at S530 Went to Tilford Wf R. Knifley, Geo. J. Hurt, at an end. President Wilson ought to demand of this million- the war." The wheat in this section, W. C. Murrell, Wm. Harvey. Alexander. Danville Advocate. aire 'steering committee' which will veto the same. Senator King reviewed the that was sown early, is looking controls the destinies of this history of financial legislation, We are informed that Mr. Cassius A telephone pole between the res- fine. The late wheat is thin. Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shel- House that they cease their ef- the inadequacy of the temporary Hood, who went to Asheville, North idences of Mr. Elmer Keene and Mr. Carolina, for his health, writes his There has been but little corn by county, Democratic candidate forts to protect the war profi- measure known as the Geo. H. Nell, was set on fire by the d home folks that he thinks he is imfor Congress in the Eighth dis- teers. And in order that the electric wires last Wednesday night planting, on account of conbill and the failure of proving. His Adair county friends and burned In two. A new pole has tinuous rains. trict, was here last Wednesday country may know who these the Senate under the leadership are anxious about his condition, and been erected. Mr. Rowe Wilson, who is emand Thursday, meeting friends gentlemen are who have con- of Senator Aldrich to nact com- would be glad to hear of his ultimate policies of that side prehensive currency legislation recovery. and making new ones. He came trolled the The dates for the Chautauqua at ployed in Ohio, was called home here almost a stranger, but he of the floor, here are heir that would meet every condition, Mr. C. S. Mourning, a native of this Columbia are July 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and on account of the serious illness was not long in meeting and be- names: Thomas B. Dunn, of and called attention to tne num-De- r county, who lives at McComb, 111., has 14. We will receive advertising mat- of his wife. She made no imfor the events in due time. The provement coming acquainted with many New York; Martin B. Madden, after his arrival. of panics under the old fiscal been critically ill for some months ter Adair county Democrats. He is of Illinois; Samuel E. Winslow, policy fastened upon the coun- He is now confined to his room He finest musicians and the most talent- arid died last Tuesday. ed lecturers will be here. making the race subject to the of Massachusetts; Nicholas Long- - try by the Republican party. and his wife visited here "twp years Mrs. Jerome Hardwick, who ago. mV Mourning is an uncle of Dr. August primary and he will be worth, of Ohio. These gentle- Concluding, Senator King chalher daughter, Mrs. "The tire that is popular with this visited John N. Murrell, and his wife is a sismen whose names I haye called lenged the Republicans to insert army of automobile operators Mattie Roberts, in Ohio, thankful to all voters who will has ter of Mrs. N. M. Tutt and Mrs. Geo. small must embody certain essential qual- returned home. are reputed to be millionaires, a plank in their Chicago plat Coffey. favorably consider his candidacy. A She stopped ities with regard to wear and tear of every one of them, and they form calling for the repeal of enroute a few days at variety. Buch and The farmers of Adair county are the stand-uRepublicans will hardly accept have never been heard to deny Campbellsville, to visit a son. the Federal Reserve act, declarthe challenge flung to them by it.,, Mr. Rainey made it clear ing he would delight to see such wearing long faces, being behind with anan Lyon Co. I will endeavor to send you their planting, on account of the freSenator King, of Utah, to in that the "Old Guard" RepubliBorn, to the wife of Asa Loy, items as often as I an issue presented to the people. quent rains. They can neither plant can. Georgetown, Ind , on the 3rd of May, sert a plank in their Chicago cans of the millionaire type are nor plow, and the expression, "these a son. The mother is doing well and platform declaring for the re running the 66th Congress. He Chatham, Illinois. is heard daily. Mr. John McFarland, of Jamestown, arehard times," the father is plowing peal of the Federal Reserve! asserted that the Ways and was here a few days ago. He report- They should trust in the Lord Evy Act, despite occasional criticisms Means Committee, which shapes ed that the series of meetings con- ery thing will come around all right Capt. Harvey.of the Salvation Army, I thought I would write a few . from members of the fiscal all revenue legislation, has three ducted in his town by Rev. Pat Davis, in the end. made two addresses here last Sunday lines to the News, if there is policy given to the country by Republican millionaires. The resulted in about forty professions, The Educational Board of the night, one at the Methodist church space. Thi3 leaves me all O. K. and that near thirty joined the Meththe Democratic party. Demo- people cannot get a square deal, met in the building last and one at the Baptist church. The Hope it will find all the good odist Church. He also stated that Tuesday. Those present were Rev. crats would welcome the oppor- he argued, so long as the House J. organization is doing a good work people of Adair the same. There the Church was greatly revived. S. Chandler, Dr. A. R. Kasey, Mr. tunity of having such an issue "steering committee" and the Rev Davis preaches gospel sermons Drive is now has been so much rain there presented to the people, Senator Ways and Means Committee are in the plainest of language, and in Ed Hill and Mr. G. B. Smith. They The Salvation Army Every person hasn't been very much farming met to discuss arrangements for the on in Adair county. King told Republican members of dominated by these millionaires. that way he reaches all the peopled coming school year. who is able should help by making a done yet, though the weather Rev. Davis went to Wayne the Senate Contrasting the old From here liberal donation. has been nice for the past week, Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, who county. fiscal policy which the RepubliOats and wheat are looking fine. handle more carpets, rugs, wail Daper Mr. Curt Bell Jost three yearling can party kept fastened on the "One of the largest buildings of the and window curtains than any other mules last week. C. C. Kinnard last As this is my first letter, I will nation for. forty years, Senator Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.'s plant store in Louisville, have an "ad" in one and Rowe Kinnaird one, all in ring off by saying goodjuck to HOWE7 BACK King mentioned the several disNews. When in Louisville the same heighborhood. at Akron, Ohio is devoted exclusively you all. without question If Hunt's Salra faili in the treatment of Eczema, to turning out tires for smaller cars. call and see this popular firm. The astrous panics which rocked the TettCT.Rineworm,Itch,eta Don't Leslie Bryant. become discouraged because other In this, building alone 20,000 of these store is on FourtlrStreetnear Chest- Trie Kemper Co. Jeffries Hotel, bay financial institutions of the countreatments failed. Hunt's Salra has relieved hundreds of tush are turned out every day: This is the nut. f cates. You can't loie on ser and sell Oil and Gas leases. try to their foundations and deMr. J. F. Triplett and Mr. Albln Monty Back Gaarante: Trr largest factory of its kind in the It at our risk TODAY. Prtofu. Murray had very fine luck, fishing, clared that but for the reforms Is yonr property for sale? The, For tale locally by world. Buchanan Lyon Co. Miss Sarah W. Gooden and Mr. last Tuesday. The former cauchri which the Democratic party inKemper Co., will find a buyer. Ofiee Henry Lane were married in the five nice perch and four red eyes, th$ Ladies Spring coats atMurary's augurated soon after it came in- - Sold by Paull Drug Company. Jeffries .Hotel. f Craycraf t country a few days ago. latter two perch and four red ejes DAISY HAMLETT. --Post-offic- e claimed that many new oil wells will be drilled in the Creelsboro field during the present year, and the report thafrthe Callahan interests in at least one, and probably two of their wells, show that their is oil on the north side of the Cumberland river. The McMead Oil Company struck a fine grade of oil at a depth of 240 feet on the Campbell farm, which is on the South side of the river. Professor Arthur M. Miller, of the State University, in a recent publica tion issued by the Kentucky Department of Geology under the title Oil Excitement in the Sixtiea," has the following to say about this field: CUMBERLAND RIYER OIL FIELD. It was during this period that the oil of the Cumberland River District in Wayne, Russell, Cumberland and Clinton counties was discov ered. Successful wells put down were as follows: The Gabbert in 1861, op posite the mouth of Crocus Creek, 182 feet deep; the Ebert in the same year, 270 feet deep; the Sherman in 1866, 276 feet deep; the Phelps in the same year, on Oil Fork, fifty feet deep; the It is OUR . NEW STORE! Hubbnch xmmmmmmm& mm mmmsmzm - po3t-offic- ol N Austro-Hungar- y y, . Aldrich-Vreelan- p go-o- n Lind-sey-Wils- -- to-day- 's 25-t- -- 25-t- -i-t- -i- 'V . .1 x ' -- "fc ; . t X tr o m O , ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & xo "4ei" ao y ;, - o JE IOI " M V' TO THE FARMERS J NEW SPR1NU QO0DS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT Now is the. time you need work tools. D D o RUSSELL & CO. r i And we are ready to supply you with Plows, 1 Cultivators, Disc Harrows, f Corn Planters, o IDE Mr. o J. P. Johnson, Chicago, 111. parents, io E and Mrs. SOI Ind o w. Corn Drills, , . Judge G. T. arrived and Mr. Hugh Noe, Stanford, were here a few days ago. r Herriford. Mr. James Hughes, of Union, days of last week in Columbia. Mr. T. W. Scott, Louisville, made a business trip to this place last week.' Mr. J. T. Gowdy, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. Mr. John McFarland, Jamestown, met his many friends here a few days ago. Mr. D. T. Curd, who travels for dry goods, was here a few days ago, Mr. O. A. Caldwell, of St. Louis, maa in rwinmhia a few davs aero. recently government. was He was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days Messers. R. B. Patton ana jti. u.j assigned to Bombay, India, and will since. Dillon, Breeding, spent a few days of sail for that country in June. There Mr. Herbert Taylor spent several last week with their friends here. is a very handsome salary attached last Thursday night, to spen d a few days with hissisterj and' brother-in-laDr. Harrison Is a dentat surgeon and is in the service of this And. all other kinds of Implements, Wagons, Field Buggies, Harness, Fertilizers. i taking orders. Mrs. G. W. Staples will represent Russell & Co., in the Louisville market this week. Mr. GarrettJMurrell, of Aberdeene, Miss., is visiting relatives in the Springs, was here last Friday. county. Judge T. A. Murrell, wife, son and Mrs W. D.JWatson and Miss Edna daughter, of Louisville, are visiting Chenault, pi Glasgow, are visiting at relatives in Columbia and out in the the home ofrMr. J. T. Goodman, who county. is a nephew of the former and a Dr. R. Y. Hindman, wife and cousin of the latter. Mr. L. M. Young, who spent little daughter, Fannie, and Mrs. Read were in Louisville several weeks with his brother, Mr. Clyde several days of last week. R. K. Young, West Point, Miss., re- Stults, Louisville, spent to the services of a professional man, a few days here last week. who goes to a foreign country. Mr. Ealph Garnett reached home Prof. A. P. Prather and wife have from Bowling Green, a few days ago. gone to Millersburg for a stay of Miss Nettie Blair, of Glenville, several weeks. spent last week with the Misses Mr. C W. Faulkenburg, JamesEosenbaum. town, was here a few days ago. Mrs, M. D. Baker was quite sick Mr. W. E, Lyon was over from Campbellsville Friday. the latter part of last week. Mr. J. C. Winfrey and wife will Judge W. W. Jones continues to improve leave for Detroit, Mich , in a few days where their daughter, Mrs, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Winfrey have returned from an extended visit to Calvin A Cox, resides. Mr. R. E. Lloyd, of Jamestown, Cumberland County. C. M. Herriford, Mr. Russell was here Friday, enroute to LouisMr. C. T. ville. Mr. W, H. Crisp, Jamestown, was Seed, and DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Kentucky. iiMfi Columbia, iS T-rTr-- r. in Columbia Friday, enroute home, from Louisville. Mr. J. W. Tupman, Nelson County, was in Columbia last Friday. T. F. CORBIN --- fciNUUiiH OF THE RIGHT KIND. Dealer turned home last Tuesday nicrht. Mr. Curt Bell, of Red Lick, came He reports that the Adair county up last Friday and on Saturday recolony in that State is doing finely. turned with his two daughters, who Miss Lucile Herriford, Eussell attended the Llndsey. Wilson. Springs, spent several days of last Dr. A, W. Harrison, brother week at the home of her grand of Mrs. W. A. Coffey, this place, at Ralph Garnett, who is was at home last Bowling Green, week. Misses Blanche Bailey and Bonnie Wnlfnrri. Ozark, were shoDDing m Columbia Saturday. Miss Alma McFarland, who has been teaching music at Rowena returned home Friday. Mr. G. A. Kemp's condition re- - CANE VALLEY, KY., I Auctioneer and In Enough Insurance of the right kind is an asset to any man of business, and is best when most needed-aftthe er fire. Real Estate. EYour little Insurance, or the wrong kind, is only a partial asset at best Too Business So Iicited. Ksiiwssa --WPVWMBb and becomes a liability when most needed-aft- er the fire. 'Kaott . 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 . Gh R. Columbia; B. 0. OPTOMETRIST JAMESTOWN, KY. a "The Service Agency" REED. Kentucky. Insurance m all Its Branches. 3080 OFFICE: Room 19. Patterson Building Ford cars aremore useful today than ever before; a necessity in village, town, city and country; the MONDAY, THURSDAY utility of farmer, merchant, manufacturer, archi tect, engineer, contractor, salesman, doctor, clergy? man; a profitable factor in the life of the nation. Runabout, with starter $686,17; Touring car with starter, $712.21; One Ton Truck Chassis, $582.05; Coupe, wiih starter, $894.42; Sedan $1023.58 these prices f. o. b. Detroit. We can get but a limited quantity. Please give us your order at "once as first come will get first delivery. i mains SATURDAY, AND PUBLIC DAYS. last year, left for We would be glad if some one would the northern parp of Kentucky last bring or send us copies of the Adair Saturday. County News of the following, dates; Miss Nell Follis, Campbellsville, January 7, January 14 and February was here Sunday. the 25, 1920. Burkesville, is Mrs. Mary Strange' visiting her sons and daughter, this Swinebroad'Reporls a Spi:ndid Lindsey-Wilso- , place. Home For Sale Modern home 04 Lebanon Avenue, City water, bath, last week. Miss Eva Rhodus, of Taylor County, electric lights and all conveniences. b who is a teacher in the Lindsey Possession given at once. Ellas Coppcck. Wilson, left for her home last Satur Campbellsville, Ky. day. Mr. W. H. Wilson and family Hiram Brown, a man about fifty arrived from Campbellsville last Sunday and are now ac the "Wilson years old, who lived on Harrodsfork, homestead this place. Mr. Wilson was brought to Columbia last Monis in poor health. morning and adjudged as a "Mr. and Mrs. Chelcle Barger accom- day About five years, ago he panied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor lunatic. by rabid dog. He has a on their bridal trip, and were also was bitten wife and two children. marriage. Sale in Madison County. On May 4th, he sold for MJ A Col- lins 94.77 acres of unimproved 'and about a mile from Richmond at an average of S336.33 per acre. The farm was subdivided and sold m separate tracts and some of ohe land sold for 8650 per acre. S. 6. Hisle purchased 7 tracts Kb ab average of 8480.09 per acre. B. about the same as reported 30-2- Current bought 7 tracts afran UCHAN LYON COM PAY N INCORPORATED. Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. . i present at their .Mjrs. i i Z:: & 3 D. Baker is better and up. will Mi. C. H. Cravens, two daughters, and son, Misses Mary and Gladys, Wilbur, we're here last Monday. Judge W. W. Jones is not yet able to be out, though his condition is some better. Proi. Smith, who was with the M. e soon-b- average of 3458.00 per acre and Mr. Shearer 2 tracts at 8185.00 per acre. Mr. Collins was well pleased with" the price and the way the sals was conducted. Swinebroad never has A "good man who under- any at his sales and always Wanted Truck. No advertises that way and the land stands driving a Packard buyers ' attend his sales knowing other need to apply. Tayjor & Co: - ' they will get square, deal aud no T. C. Campbellsville, Ky. 'fake" sales will be reported. Swinebroad tells us he has several 30- - tf . more sales booked, watch for his adthat Range at Hurray's. vertisements. Lancaster Record. Get by-bids -- ". J -- ) ADAIR COUNTY NEWS jHiK ljfj 'r T : SIHYes Siree! LLHl rail m LSIHf " o444Q44M4444fr4444 4 ' We made this rette to meet your taste! ciga-HpSK- jp fI JH 0" . - ' CLOTHING ,. SHOES wailfeSHw? TJa1 lira i CAMELS have V ?Srafew V & mellow-niildiie- ss Albin X 3 4 4 and a flavor as refreshing as it is new. Camels quality and Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice ' Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. Camels blend never tires your taste. And, Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretry aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! 'What Camels quality and expert blend can mean to your satisfaction you should find out at once! It will prove our say-s- o when you compare Camels with any cigarette Columbia, Kentfucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. V 3 in'thewor!d at any price! .ft J. REYNOLDS Winston-Sale- Camels are eold everywhere in scientifically sealed packages d cigarettes: or ten packages 200 cigarettes) in a gassine-paper-corere- of 20 offioo carton. We etrongly recommend this carton for the home or supply or when you travel TOBACCO CO, N. 4 CLUES Toton? Well. GENERAL MERCHANDISE C MI-SUICID- E CLUB OUT-OF-LO- VE :0R DOWN AND OUTERS FOR FRIENDLESS GIRLS JHelping Hands Stretched Out By vation Army Workers to the Despairing. . ' ye; aaybe, 4 Oat? Never! Nol wtfle Sal-- i How the Salvation Army Helps to Solve a Big Problem In Welfare Work. Clubs, composed of girls who have fallen, but who have been reclaimed as useful members of society, are in operation in many cities in Kentucky. tChe Salvation Army Stands ready to help every woman and endd. WBBmimmimBHinu.ui1u.uHnnmi.uUUimmwim 4 4 ;MSe$$$$$$$$g$$$gig&e$$ ,rfT 7.$? ?i i cido clubs In the Kentucky are quietly carry-jin- g jState of on the work of inducing people noi to take their own lives. These clubs are among the Salvation j 'Army's many agencies for grappling y 'with moral and social problems. every active Salvation Army i corps in the state has one of these clubs whether the agency bears the Qlub" or not same of State Army officials report that local Sah ation Army officers frequently are notified of cases of attempted suicide, to of those s (7 ng from morbid Impulses. Particular in these cases come from police, leiatives of the distressed persons, or through other agencies Salvation Army officers, when "they bear of a case of a person being on the yerge of taking his own life, immediately call on the person and give what advice or relief is necessary. By talk ing things over with the Salvation Army officer, the person gets a different view of things and often concludes that life is worth while. This is one of the many agencies for good In the work of the Salvation I Army, whose Home Service Campaign Is on in Kentucky, May Many anti-sErac-jficall"Anti-Suicide GOVERNOR MORROW 1 The Salvation Anay Home Service Appeal 1920 0. May 10-2- GENERAL CHAIRMAN Salvation Army Home Service Campaign in Kentucky Will Take STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after ray meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard The membership of these organiz- a Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would ationscalled Out-of-Lo- Clubs com- 10-2- 0. prises girls and women who have passed through the rescue homes of the Army and who are now working hard to help other girls who are "down, but not out." Clubs is the follow-u- p The system of the Salvation Army. Every girl who passes through the rescue homes of the Army is Invited to become a member. Her membership entails a personal responsibility on her part to help other girls. Out of love she gives a little of her earnings to help others; out of love she gives some of her time to cheer others. Clubs meet at stated inmany of the Salvation Army tervals at corps in the state. Statistics show that over SO per cent of the girls passing through the homes are reclaimed. Out-of-LoOut-of-Lo- ft Place May 10-2- 0. Governors of all states east of the Mississippi river are taking an active interest in the Salvation Army Homo RealService Campaign, May izing the splendid work done by the Salvation Army and appreciating its earnest desire to fully meet present-da- y 10-20. THEDFOED'S F5y F. K. LANE HEADS TiN-WID- E INCOME TAX NO WORRY OR Army in the United States, from Commander Evangeline Booth down to the Every member of the Salvation ANTONIO MOR-EN- O Former Secretary of the Interior to Conduct Salvation Army Home Service Campaign. 'A - r '' One of the Jeonucry, Vre men in the Lane, former Sefjv.ary of :.e Interior in President iVllsoufc cabins, is to be the national 'chn?ratt of t! e,-- rest Salvation Army May Hoiae Sarvice Although under contract to assume charge of some greet oil wcH properhpst-kuow- n - 1m K. .t-r- 10-2- youngest soldier in the ranks, has found something about which he does not have to worry. It's the salary income tax. According to internal revenue collectors not a member of the Army in the United States received enough salary last year to make a tax return. Commander Booth, the highest rank ing Salvationist in the United States, received less than $1,000 in salary in 1910. Inspired by the advice of an Amerl-a- n actress, Antonio Moreno joined a stock company at Northampton, Mass . after completing his course at Willistown Seminary. Soon he was engaged by Leslie Carter and later appeared with Constance Collier in "Thais." Then he went into silent drama and piayed with Edith Storey, Irene Castle and Pearl White. Then Albert E. Snyth, president of placed him under a lopg-tercontract and introduced him to the serial. His fiery black eyes, black hair, complexion of "golden pallor" Vita-graph, m ' , and a talent for expression make him There are now 18,000 officers of tha the" Ideal type for the screen. UP STAIRS.! Lane declared that this work Salvation Army working in 06 coun 'could wait until he had discharged 4iis tries and .speaking 48 different .ctaties as head of a great campaign 6) raise money to help the poor and COLUMBIA, KY ., The Salvation Army was founded in the unfortunate. 1S78 by William Booth, first general ' A "shirt sleeve" man hiaaself, knows what "the pinch of of the Army, who died in 1912. Gen Lane specialty ghat The Salvation .Anny'i ipoverty is. Born and reared a poor era! Booth started in life by preach-- , Ttai'i'wlxr&ey boy, he had many a. hard knock before ing on street Corners and gained-worl- d ' Binning success. wide fame. rAkMAN.MAY BEfiDOWN, Jn assuming charge of the campaign-- "M know of no BTHBSn&EttER-trjJ- ' commander-in-chi- ef Secretary Lane said: JUss Evangeline Booth, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Army forces greater bulwark that could be raised of the Salvation ffk;- human unrest Special attention given Diseases of a as A. two hundred pound wedj sjgalnst theorising tide of hands .of this in the United States, is recognizedthe fnan to strengthen the one oHhe best public speakers In Domestic Animals Christian to- country. ding cake and a million dollars Bona of nes whbbave the confidence of all, Office at Residence, l mile of town, on worth of presents were the men regardless of race, creed, color When the War Cry, the official publi Jamestown road. j&c position in llfe." catioa ofvtbfi Salvation Army, goes features of the Vanderbuilt WW? 19&ti&& to press, "ife printed in 48 tulferent Phonal 14 G. Littleton marriage in New York languages. Columbia-- , Kv. ties for rich westerners April 1, -- Ian-tmasr- es. Making the Besffi of the Worst Sec-ireta- ry 1 ' opportunities, Governor Edwin P. of Kentucky, has accepted general chairmanship of the camthe paign in this state. The state chairman is. Judge Henry S. Barker, of. Louisville. Judge Barker Is very wen known to Kentnckfnns. He served as a member of the State Court of Ap peals, was president of the University of Kentucky, and is engaged In the practice of law in Louisville. Judge Barker has always taken a leading part In welfare work in Kentucky. Vice chairmen will be appointed for each of the thirteen districts in the state. J. Paul Swain is the state director, with offices in the Coleman Building, He is assisted by three Louisville. division directors H. M. OldQeld. for ' the Western Division ; Owen B. Mann, for the Central Division, and Q. C. Camden, for the Eastern Division. Charles W. Morris, Louisville, is chair man of the Speakers' Bureau, and George E. Stephens is state publicity ' director. In accepting the general chairman- ship of the campaign Governor Morrow said : t "The splendid work of the Salvation1 Army appeals tothe heart of are familiar with"the work accomplish- ed by its unselfish, devoted officers and members. Wherever the Salvation Army 'carries on' there you will find unfortu- - ' a need supplied; a foot-sor- e hungry one fed, an nate comforted,' a aching heart given surcease of sorrow. "I appeal to the great heart of Kentucky to respond generously to the call of the Salvation Army In its Home Service Campaign. Let us not be outdone by other states in rallying to the support of an institution which has done and stands waiting to do its full, share, brimful and running over, for the homeless "and the afflicted." Morrow, I j , recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE ara Res. Phone 13-- B. Business Tbone 13-- fSWhKfcwi Btsrfaw?ei":.-!fU Dr. J. N Murrell -- fty A DENTIST- all-wh- o t Office, Front Rooms Jeffries B'l'd. dburbom. cooler. indiCcsn n al otter chick dUeaae. Use daiir t3 eeve yoor cfc.cij. Srevest Uttmtt aad mall the M ceatt. WhptecSl 00, pine SIJ0. At JrafMii. or seat by suit ttpo receipt o price. BourfeoM Kvcnedy Ob. Sw-- D LMrtetts. Xr-So-ld drinking water core sad mttreou white few dropj in the GAPES ii; UIUj i w fc by the Jeffries Hardware Store Jg, J L. H. Jone Cincinnati firm has filed suit in the Federal Court to test the validity of the tax of 50 cents a gallon on whiskey by recent act of the Kentucky Legislature. A elf-sacrificins m rW4 . !3 -- Prohibition inspectors have revoked the license to prescribe liquor of Louisville four physicians, pne of whom admitted that he wrote 3000 in one da.j. per-scriptio- ns ?&J tit & .isi ML-- VrJ- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS $tjvnxtvssvMsmLjti T"i1l wwwipgaj.u4L.uum iiuumjm' uiii.ijiniM 3acnaBgaicuin. LAST YEAR'S DyedSUIT a pretty, Can be so chaneed by having it Swiss new Sprine Shade. It will last another year. Gtre HP YA '" ujMjm.i: " u:as """'"" nrr-nr- m i tha Dry Ctaming a Trial IKCOBPOBATED KY. I Send Via farc?ost SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLE, jjMS! Equip Your 3mailer Car IT 'VX AL tw tUHH - I m -- - wrfrl tutmHH juitimmp ILTi Y A. F. SCOTT -F- qg fl tuut HMHiitniumfmyniirwiuu. aa 1 ires - zz w 5$ DEALER IN Ah' v.t't GARFORD TRUCKS 11. 2. 3 J, '.?: ttA'vl .v";o AND 5 TON For Low Cost per Ton, Mile! SEE A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. I' f' I you ovm a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or any ot1"JC.' car using 30x3-- , 30x3-- , or 3 xtues. you can well take advantage of "he :.gfc vera live value built into all (jood- ' 15 1x4-Inc- h T A' , V ytci- - You cr.n veli because you can secure in di sui&her Goodyear Tires the results of such sldii and care as have made Goodyear clo so ' I est priced ai;tomobiles of the day Iirei the prcrred equipment on the high HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently Jocated in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. I JOE fcVAN Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. AH Joe Ryan felt that he Just had to be a villain to keep up the natural fitness of things. He was born at the foot of Devil's Tower, In Crook coun ty, Wyo., and he Just naturally had tc play he was a bad man. That he sue ceeded Is evidenced by the hisses hf receives In nearly every city and town in this broad land. But away from Vltagraph's thrilling serials, he is one of the most quiet and likable men in And tc the motion picture world. with prove it he is being Jean Paige in a serial. ed utu i ton t & s1 t A .. . tf.'v-A.;- -, . g fi J You can well do so because these smaller Goodyear Tires are easy to obtain, being produced at the rate of approximately 20,000 a day, and because their first cost usually is as low or lower than that of other tires in the same types and sizes. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for diese tires, and for Goodyear nriv 7 TciHst Tubes. He supplies many oai'jr Iccai owners of the smaller cars. s ' OF THE U. RICH GOWN OF BUCK SATIN the Argosae. TO-DA- "THg DARLING . A." That' whal a great general N t 30x3V2 l Y THE SALVATION ARMY needs $K),00$5X), so V r Fabric, Good'.cir e- Djuole-Curi- $ laaie can r Trd Tread : C7O.50 Ld-J- J turfed, slums. & orphaned of America's ha- - Fabric, 30x3vl Good-yea- r Single-Cur- e Anti-Ski- d $ Zj I 50 J. " . . . A Mkhtg hmd fi any man 6pgV IVUhwll ri&aM h I Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, rron; tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cneap tune; oooayear neavy iounst luces cos-- uttic more than tubes ot less merit. 30x3V: sice in LVatcrproof $4.50 bag. ; J- - eronljT for creed, color. y? a m m" TJ 1L ttfian Service Appeal Mer I0-Z- Sfhation 0, Any fSK. VU ts Jfl I j'.-nsa- t srv-Jv -7 'fi- ' b--- e ' inn- i.i,m, r.fsu-- t - Mi.ii .1.1 j, ... js vi 1. ..... . . i.ji.wtini.I'ioj'H ... :. r..7m imiji.n.M...i.i.i. m. umm mm . Tires That Wear Longer -- I tx$$ JL O W T PRTPR JL. $x$$x$$ 'VbJE.jJs- - JL and give owners of smaller cars the mini ft& v - . .. v - ...S This dress is of black satin, charmingly draped and is given an unusual touch by the curiously patterned silver beading. mum of tire trouble are worthy of tremend our popularity. That Goodyear produces 20 000 Fabric Clincer Tires a daysizes 30 x 3. and 30x51-- 2 and 31x4in the new AntNSkid Tread, is"no mystsry when one considers the dominating merits of Good years. All-Weath- SURETY BOHDS FIRJS INSURAriOE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES g Ws-w, er SxvyS S 'Kx ilT Wefnot only have the tires, but we ijJne Sahationisis ME2VnjJ WOMEN JlanoatxJheCa!l.la Aim j(ynj 'ALICE JOYCE Many of the greatest men and women of the stage have had their names associated with one certain play. Alice Joyce seems destined to have the same distinction. The Vitagraph star has had success after success, but, like all other motion picture stars she has been without a role that stood out separate and distinct from the rest. In "The Vengeance of Durand," adapted from Hex Beach's powerful story adapted by Mr. and Mrs. GeorgQ Randolph Chester, she has the best role in her notable career. also effer a Seivice that will weld CXviKkA E yourhusiness to us ence you are familiar with in. VHlMla krf9f7 $QU Hecd-Thc-ir Call to Aims in HimjUiwawmiBmaBHiiMiiJUi 1920 'ytfwmg WlI m I m If ' A bad sprain heals slowly if not; treated with a remedy that has the' power to penetrate the flesh. Ballard's Snow Liniment is especially adapted for such ailinents. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and $1 20 per bottle. Adv. Sold by Faull Drug Co Convention on a platform of the repeal of prohibition amendment White's Cream Vermifuge certain destruction to intestinal worms. IC is harmless to children or adults Price, 35c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Othet sizes and types in stock. Its vflfifWiiUp Sdbatvn Abb? iy$m i' !f Ekx&e Service' Appeal Mag W3D, 1920 I PII S 1 fj " .' THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N fAMDAWV to enforce prohibition, but it will save double that amount in criminal prosecutions and in maintenance of work houses. 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 Drag Co. It will cost $5,000,000 a year For every purpose for which a llni ment is usually applied the modern remedy, Liquid Borozone, will do tbe work morelqulckly, more thorr.oghly and more pleasantly. Price,. 3fc 60o and $1.20. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv wiiii hue. "Qon?s CATHEDRAL" Salvation Army street meeting 18,000,000 men and women vrno would otherwise Organized Unselfishness In a nutsheti that's the genius of tc ! WELCOME'. i&sii 39 . Tu on die doormat of erexy mamtaiBtdby taflii . .! k reich nmHy, ' Adv. be unreached The by religion. Salvation Army Ready for any emergency call,upoa them, balding ceaselessly ogamst every form of suseqr, miifcxbme and distress, the jSafra-tkmuask onIythat they be txven the faods with which to serve hnmamly for U "V UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. Steeh I also keep Metallio Caskets, andPromptBoxes and two hearses. service night or day. large caskets. We keep extra Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. J. F. The .Salvation Army retches great numbers ef the' unchurched effect rrely. aootberyear. Attorneys Garnett, Gordon filed a suit a and Huffaker have against the State of Kentucky, for a $125,000 fee in the Bingham case in which action they were dismissed by Gov. Morrow. Gov. Edwards led the Demo; cratic ticket in New Jerwy fo The Salvation Army mA'hslpin Jumi for all humeri 4H, '' in distress ruhhoat rtgari for crmQft r cahr or 'ccwrfrj." Ki&daeu without qtabb&g ft , , Tin StWrtSm Amy Hm Srrtn $Ur 10- AfMi!t - Nil 9 The Salvation Array Heme Service Appeal Mwf AO-2- TRIPLETS Cbtumbia, Ky 9. tm delegate tq the Sin Francisco m The Se&nliem Axwty . AjSBUt mm kWDN AMv t -- ao, xfm - - i Jti. V rf. f tu.vi ixfit r . .a ? "? X 8 . ADAIR COUNTY - NEWS.- - Stanley Epperson John eSries "Fatty" Collins "YES" OR "NO" WHICH DO YOU SAY? Folks With Thin, Pale Blood Feel Uncertain SHOULD ities-Itat- e NEW AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER SERVICE COLUMBIA CAMPBELLSVILLE Sanders & Hendrickson's Lmmrr1rriIl(PIn-l-vmrn--- Music Store . - TAKE PEPTO-HANGA- N. Red-blood- ed Men and Women Know What They want To Do and Do It. 1 " Daily Service, Careful Drivers, Comfortable Cars. FARE $2.00 EACH WAY. " Leaves Columbia 4:00 A. M. 10:00 A. M. and 4:00 P. M. Leaves Campbellsville on Arrival of Trains. Give Us a Trial, We Guarante Satisfaction. Phones: Columbia No. 96 A. and 96-- B. EPPERSON, JEFFRIES & COLLINS, Props, MAY BOND ANYLYSIS railroad systems; a comparison of bond prices yields between the present market and that of 1917. Circular dealing with standard issues of principal &' ' MAIL UPON REQUEST George T. Wood & Son Investment Securities Louisville, Ky. be you are just recovering from a sick spell or may be your system is run down and your blood so weak that you are tn a poor shape to resist infection But If ou don't feel and look robust you are not robust. Such state is often due to weak blood, not enough red blood, not enough red blood cells, a condition known as anemia. The best remedy for anemia with its low mental and physical vigor is Gude'sPepto-Manga- n n supplies the weak, watery blood with the very elements it needs to put new life into it. It repairs, and the exhausted blood, the vital fluid of n health and life. Try if you are It cannot harm you it will certainly help you unless you have some deep seated chronic disease requiring the physician's care. Se sure the name "Gude's" is on the package. With(blood-lessness) It may "METEOR MODEL, 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 follow- ing makes: EDISON, COLUMBIA, METEOR, STAR, and CARDINAL, which plays all records. We carry at all times a Complete Line f S HEET and ROLL MTJSIC.of the mosfpopular selections, also EDISON COLUMBIA and GENNETTE RECORDS, also a complete line of String Instruments of all kinds. Pepto-Manga- re-buil- ds Pepto-Manga- "run-down.- "' if' lif !i out "Gude's it 1b not Pepto-Manga- n. 417 W. M ain Street, For sale at all druggists. Gradyviile, Adv. See our complete Instrument Display in the Long distance calls may be reversed Telephone Main NEW MERCHANT HOTEL BLOCK on Corner Columbia nd Main Streets. 1032-C- ity 2198 E3 VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM CANE VALLEY, KY. Shorthorn Cattle h - - - - Thoroughbred jind - Grades-ChestergWhi- Hogs . - Thoroughbred and Grades. Grades-Inquiry Hampshire Sheep . . - - Thoroughbred and and Inspection Solicited. S. N. B. HANCOCK, Cane Valley, Kentucky. Business Manager, has J)een very write us your wants. past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Geo'. W. Dudley spent a few days in Cumberland SANDERS & HENDRICKSON MUSIC STORE Co., with their relatives, this week. Campbellsville, Kentucky. Sam Mitchell, of Columbia, passed through here the first of Essai the week, en route for East Fork. Fratus Harper, of Campbells- after timber. The nrnsnpffa r . w ville, spent a few days with his good for him to have a good busimother, here, the first of the ness here. I cool for the 1 The weather Phone or week." - L. B. Cain, well-know- y tt ' i , idly cutting it. Mr. Whitney is John Lowe, the stock man in this section, made Coburg. shoe man- - of Columbia, passed a trip to Nell, Anything you want in Dry Goods, Groceries, a busy man and knows the lumthe first of the throueh here, the first of the week and bought a carload of .Harness, Hardware, Farming Implements and ber business from A. to Z. The farmers in this section week headed for Edmonton. Fertilizer. hogs preparatory for the Louisare behind with their planting, j All the boarding students have gone Come and look over my Line. My prices are right. I can Mr. J. T. Hughes, of the state ville market. Hia hogs will be The frequent rains have knock- to their respective homes, but they save you money on Ladies, and Misses will return in September. Until that of Indiana, came in a few days received at this place in a few ed work out. Hats, Waists, Bungalo Aprons, Dresses, Sealpax Underwear, n time the hill will ap- ago, to spend a few months with days. Slippers, Shoes, Hose. "Gents," I Can Supply You, Too! Miss Ada Sublett, who it was pear somewhat lonesome. Mr.and Mrs. W. L. Grady. Mr. Revi R. L. Pillow filled his reg thought was afflicted with apHughes is looking better than he ular appointment FERTILIZER. here last Sunpendicitis, i$ improving and it is WANTED, a good white girl for a did when he was here twelve day, with a very interesting dissmall family. Apply at the News I still have a little left come at once. Cannot get any more believed now that she will recovshipped on account of Railroad conditions. months ago. course. While Rev. Pillow is a er without undergoing an operaSquire Kemp is visiting is his young man, he is coming- right I have Avery's Chainless corn drill. The buyer and.seller meet and trade tion. She is a daughter of Mr. daughter, Mrs. Esco Reese, at up to the mark with the older The best on the market. f J. T. Sublett, who is a prosper- at The Kemper Co.'s Office. Jamestown, this week. preachers when it comes to M. SMITH DEPARTMENT STORE, ous farmer of Green county, his Figured voiles the latest at Murray's Born, to the wife of George preaching. AT CANE VALLEY. home only a shoft distance from Willis, on the 10th, a son. MothThe last number of the Lyceum Mrs. L. C. Nell and her son the Adair line. Course proved to be the best. Three er and child doing nicely. and daughter, will leave in a few J. H. Squires bought a com- very talented young ladies were before bined mare from H. J. Henson, a the foot lights Monday evening, and R. W. Shirley, of Milltown days for Owenton, where she K few days ago for $250. He sold their singing, reading and playing de- section, was in our midst the will spend a few weeks with her father and mother, who are xnj a 7 year old horae to a Mr. Riall lighted the lovers of highclass enter- first of the week. Owing to the high price of very bad health. ior $185. He bought 16 head ot tainments. sugar and the scarcity of fruit - Mr. Clem Jones, one of the old stears from Dink Durthe sale is a little slow on sugar. best farmers and business men ham at $50 per head. He also of East Fork section, in company Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cheat-haThe "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays bought a few calves at $25- per Mr. Clay Kinnaird, one of Red with Mr. Harris and Mr. Pendleof Amandaville, visited Lick's best citizens, was shaking all disc records. No extra attachhead. ton, af that section, called in to ments are necessary. very pros the latter's mother, Mrs. E. Ep- - I hands with his many friends in . Wheat is looking see us on their return from Cof .. i Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabiperous orr uaney j?orK. ycner i narcnn of-" M nlota vonontlw iwiw,. our midst the first of the week, lumbia, last Monday. Mr. Jones Mr. A. G. Bailey is no better net and compare it with other malocalities', it is reported that the Mr. Will Todd, of Columbia, looks as young as he did thirty chines selling at the same price and at this writing. tfly is doing some damage. called in to see W. L. Grady's years or more ago, when, we you will readily by convinced relative Mr. Walter Holladay Jiad the fine horse one day last week. Mt is' interesting to visit the were boys together at old Bethel to the superiority of our workmanmisfortune to lose a young mule ifarm of Mr. J. A. Dulworth and J. L. Dudley and wife visited church on Big Creek. 6ome ship and construction. recently. Caused by a broken relatives at East Fork last week". again, watch his tractor turn over we are always Clem,t limb. '.the ground. It is certainly a la- EL irOTJJSTG-- , Miss Maud Wilmore. who has glad to see you. Mr. Rufus Conover and Miss , "JEWELER" bor saver, and in my judgment The few days of dry weather, Lillie Flatt were married recntly been in school at Columbia for Columbia, Kentucky. every farmer who is able will 3 at the home of Rev- - Collins, the past four or five months, re- this week, certainly got a move - In fact, I believe soon own one. turned home the last of the onour farmers. Never before near Glensfork. who has but lit in the history of time was there that the farmer A letter from Mrs. Rena Bry week. corn will be planted. Up to this there will be tobacco set in this go in debt tie ready cash should ant, who is in Colorado, states Uncle Robert O. Keltner has any more corn planted, in this time there have been no tobacco section. Owing to a decline in and buy one, as it would soon that the trains have been sn'ow been on the sick list for the past section, in one week, than has plants transplanted We under the weed, quite a number of our pay .for itself. ' been this week. Every body bound for several days, and that few days. stand from some of our farmeis farmers are going to cut out the Mr. J. A. Whitney recently she had' been confined to her Mr. Oscar Bradshaw, ot Co- was at work, and we take it, if that their plants are ready just production until prices get bet:bought & boundary of bech Jib bed witn influenza for several lumbia, spent several days of we can get a few days more of as socn as they get their ground ter. We do not know but thii last week in our midst looking sunshine, the majority of th pi'ipardd and the next season his hw, and is now rap- - days. ber, set is a wise'concluaion. n Ready-to-Wear the HAVE THE GOODS well-know- n Lindsey-Wilso- , - ' 25-t- L "TALKING MACHINES" 2-y- ear With a Tone as rich as Gold - m, v r- -- pui - iw, . -- -- r L. wi$&w&&M ny