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Iv hnir ing for the Southern Oil & Refining Company In Cumberland county, have moved their rig to location No. 2 on the Kuss Gilbert farm, where they drilled in the "gusher'U a few days since, and drilling operations are be ing pushed as rapidly as possible. .Much interest is being manifested in that locality at present, and other operations are looked for there as soon as additional rigs can be gotten on the ground. M.,-will Cmtifci S&uts COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY .ttr NUMBER August 25 1920. Fifth Sunday Meeting. The next-Fift- 44. Good-by- e to the Pages. T. KEMPEU Last week we made a short mention of the departure of Dr. and Mrs. J. N, Page for Monticello where they will permanently reside in the future. A man who has lived in Columbia practically all his life, and has been an apothacarv in the community for a half century, administering during his long career to thousands of afflicted men and women, deserves more than a passing notice. ' If he had been a craving man he would have left Columbia with a very large bank account. He was ever ready to relieve the afflicted, furnishing his medicines, and if the patient had the price .he accepted it; if he did not have it he got the remedies all the same, and in that way during the many years he was a druggist in Columbia, he gave away thousands of dollars. He believed in the old adage "Cast thy bread upon the Waters and after many days It will return unto you." He was congenial, and after the business of a day closed his friends called, and with them he engaged in social converse until the hour for ' i . - - After an enforced shut down of several days, caused by breakage of machinery, the J. E. Carnahan Oil Company are again drilling on the Henry Ingram farm, near town, and they have reached a" depth of about 100 feet More than passing interest is being manifested in this, operation, Columbia Chapter No. 7, R A. and we trust there will be nd more meet Friday evening September delays in the work. 3rd., for the purpose of electing offIn a letter of recent date from Mr. M. E Weldy, secretary and general icers for the eusuing year. All Lh&' manager of the McMead Oh Company, members are requested to be present. ' Horace Jeffries, H.' P. who has been spending some time In Cincinnati and other cities buying of the Callison Family. supplies and looking after other matters connected with 'the Company, states there are some big things in On Sunday the 15th there was a restore for the Company and he inti- union of the descendants of James mates that all parties at interest and Louisa Callison, at the old Calliare very fortunate in owning a block son home, a short-- distance from Mt. Pleasant church. There were fifty-fiv- e of the stock. present, sons, daughters and Mr. Elmo Pearce, formerly of Black-welgrandchildren, besides a number of Okla., has. within the past few days, been receiving wires and letters friends. There was an abundance of from prominent operators in the Tex- everything good to eat and a very as and Oklahoma fields making dili- happy day was spent. Mr. W. J. Calgent inquiry regarding the local situ- lison, wife, and two of their grandation, and they have indicated their children, of Middlesboro, and two desire and intention to investigate daughters of Mr. Geo. L. Callison, this field at the earliest possible date, who reside in Jopiin, Missouri, were and if the territory looks good to present The old homestead brought to mind them they will arrange to start development work here at kan early date. many happy days of the long ago. These are the kind of people we need The saddest feature of a reunion is, in this section, for they will do much the missing of parents, who tenderly towards making chis and surrounding watched over their descendants from d men in the infancy to manhood and womanhood. counties what There will be another reunion bebusiness predict it will prove to be, one of the greatest oil fields in the yond this veil of tears and when it Re-uni- on - hogs were sold at an average of 12 cents per pound. Farming implements and all kinds of farm tools ' brought good money. The growing crop was not sold, and W. E Bryant, who purchased the farm, will gather the crop for Mr. Monday. The farm brought $20,000, but it was sold to Mr. Bryant a week or ten days before the public sale. The Mondays will leave for Pennsylvania this week and their departure will remove from the Knifley section two of Adair county's most thrifty and enterprising farmers. The people of the Knifley country, where they have lived all their lives, will miss them, as they were ready at all times to assist in building up that section. They paid for the Pennsylvania farm, including some dairy cattle, hogs and growing crop ?20,'000. i Sunday Meeting of the Russell Creek Baptist Association will be held with the Friendship Bap- tist Church, Saturday and Sunday, August 28th and 29th. As this will be the last meeting of this kind before the meeting of the Association, every church is expected to send a messenger to the Fifth Sunday Meeting. r Below is the program: " came he was sitting in a chair and had been reading a newspaper. He leaves a wife and several children, and brothers and sisters, Mr. John A. n Webb, about Columbia, is one of the number. He was also an uncle of Mrs. W. F. Allison, this county. v When the deceased was a young man he attended the Presbyterian High' School, this place. He was 72 years old when death came. well-know- Public Sale. On Thursday, Aug. 26th, 1920, two miles eant of Columbia, on the R. A. Waggoner farm, I will offer to the highest bidder the following; All my household and kitchen furniture, 1 milk cow, 3 head hogs, will weigh 125 lbs each. 1 good busrey mare. 4 years old; 2 good two year old mare mules, 1 buggy and harness, good as new; 1 man's saddle good as new, a nice lot of garden truck, some hay and a lot of other things too numerous to mention. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock. L. B. Hurt, Auctioneer. l, turning out the lights. We do not overdraw the statement when we say that no man ever left Co lumbia who will be more universally t j SATURDAY. Notice. 1000 a m., Devotional Services, Levy Kemper. Notice Is hereby given that the un10:30 "The Blessings of Tithing" C. dersigned will, on the 6th day of SepM. Durham. tember, 1920, it being the first" day of 11:00 "Stewardship" W. W. Horner. the regular term of the Adair County Court present to the said cou rt a pe 12:00 Dinner. tition asking said court to make all 1:00 Meeting of Executive Board. necessary orders to change and alter 2:00 "The Baptist Opportunity and the Casey Creek and Clementsvilie Obligation," L J. B. Smith. road in Adair county in the following manner: So change and latter said 7:00 Sermon, J. H. Hooks. road at the farm of George Wolford, SUNDAY. leaving the old road at said point and 9:30 a.im , Sunday School, W. N. run then in a southeasterly direction McCubbln. Supt. over the land of J A. Williams, 10:15 "The Right Kind of a Sunday thence over the lands of Irvin Abel, thence an easterly direction over the School," Romulus Skaggs. lands of Ed Morgan, thence over the 11:00 'Christ's Sovereignty in His lands of A. J. Ward, thence over the Churches," R Garnett Graves. land now occupied by Dalphena Ward 12:00 Dinner. thence over the land of Claud South-erlan2:00 Sermon, Wm Kirtley. thence over the lands of J. I. 3:00 "The Glory of Christianity," Hendrickson, to a point in the same Casey Creek and Clementsvilie road. W. W Horner. 43-- t J. I. Hendrickson &c. d, missed. Automobile Accident. It hood, was here that he spent his boy- and his young manhood days, where he married and spent with bis In leaving here for their home, in Chicago, and wife 111., well-poste- country. comes it will be one that will continue , Mr. A. C. Phillips, Philadelphia, a continuously, large operator who was here recently for the first time, returned last week forever and ever, happiness reigning for the purpose of closing a deal with local parties covering a large acreage in the southeastern part of Green county, near the A.dair county line. Some 1,200 acres were involved in the transaction, and a satisfactory price was realized, but the figures were not made public It is understood that The Sixth Bank Starts. Last Monday week The Farmer's Bank, Knifley, Ky , opened its doors for business. Judge W. T.Heudrickson who resides at Campbelisville, is the President, and Mr. C. D Campbell is the cashier, J. W. Knifiey, J G Knilley, J. L. Beard and A. Hovious are named as directors. The opening of this bank makes six in Adair county. The last institution is located in one of the best sections ia the county and it is predicted that it will do good business All its officers are known to be good financiers, and are popular in the surrounding country. The capital stock paid in ia 315,000. At the close of business, first day, the deposits footed up $11,250. companion nearly fifty years of his honorable life. Both Dr. Page and his compai ion are prominent members of the Baptist Church and were held in the highest esteem. The day before they took their departure, they were noti-eto be at the church, quite a num being present. A gift of remem-beranc- e was ready and it was presented with touching remarks by Rev. H. N. Phillips. It was not a gift of gold nor of silver, but it came from lov ing hearts, who will at all times keep in mind the very pleasant Church reia tionship of Dr. and Mrs. Page who will soon be members of the Monticello d Edgar Eoyse Public Sale. Mr. Herman Barnett I will offer forsale, on Friday, Sept., 3, beginning at-1a. m., my farm, 62 acres, 1 young mare, 2 cows, 10 acres corn, some old corn, household goods good organ, 1 good plow and corn drill, saddles, some hay, 200 lbs , tobacco, a few other thing3. t George Aaron. 0 44-2- and their little daughter met with an accident, near Louisville. The car was ditched and badly damaged. But the worst ferture, Mr. Barnett got one of his ankles crushed and several toes broken. They ordered a car from the city and went into Louisville, and from there they went to Chicago by rail. Mr. Barnett's Columbia friends hope that he will soon be able to look after his business affairs. - The loose leaf house that was recently burned at Greensburg, will be rebuilt. A new company has been organized and the old site has been purchased. We understand that the work on the buildings will be pushed, and the promoters hope to have them ready to receive the growing crop. This is a big enterprise for Greensburg and the business man of Green county could not afford to do without it. Besides, it has been a great convenience to the tobacco growera of this section of Kentucky, Born, to the wife of Griff Chew-nina few days ago, a fine girl. The httle Miss is a great great granddaughter of Mr. B. F. Chewning, this place. g, Paid List. Mr. Died at Gadberry, certain Pittsburg capitalists are interested in the deal and that they contemplate extensive development of the territory secured flock. Important Notice. Dr. J. W. Goggin, vice president and general manager of the Beacon Oil Syndicate, Chicago, who has been doing the drilling for the McMead Oil Company, Creelsboro, writes that he has purchased and shipped additional machinery to be used in drilling there, and that they will at once start on Beacon well No. 1, on Campbell Bros, farm. These people expect to figure Sell Your Old Corn. very conspicuously In the extensive development work mapped out for that section, and the result of their It is reported that there is enough operations will be watched with much old corn in Adair county to bread the people and for feeding purposes for interest. two years. If that is a fact the peoMr. Lllburn Phelps, president Mcple who have old corn in the crib had Mead Oil Company, was a Saturday better put it on the market at a reavisitor in town, and he was very optisonable price. It is f urtner said that mistic in his talk regarding the future the new crop is the most bountiful of the Company. They will not put for many years, and at gathering time down any more wells at present, but will be sold for $3.00 per barrel. efforts and ex- it will As administrator of U. drickson, deceased, I request parties owing the estate will Wanted. on me and make settlement by October 1, 1920. Persons having accounts against said decedent will present To rent to a small family, a dwelling them properly verified by October 1. house. For further information call W T. Hendrickson, on 44-Campbelisville, Ky. Mrs. L. N. Stubbs, Coburg Ky. 2t The following are new paid subscribers and renewals siuca our issue of last Tuesday. Montford Lewis, Mrs. C. M. Bar- nett, W. T. Hale, Warner Shepherd, V H. Shipp, W. S. Sinclair, F. C. Wheeler, A. R. Bishop, Senator Robt. G. Hen- Antle, M. F. Harmon, M. A. Monday, that all Asa Loy. call up- Arthur Morrison, who was sev- enty years old, died at his hoaie, near Gadberry, last Thursday. He was a victim of inflammatory rheumatism. He leaves a wife and eleven children. The interment was in the Stone Grave Yard Friday, a large number of friends being present. concentrate their pense on the Improvement of the property and in getting their product on the market as soon as possible. For the past year or more operators from all over the country and oil men generally have been absolutely "wild" over the Louisiana fields, and the Kentucky fieldsliave not had the promi- nence they formerly enjoyed, but the tide is turning and many of the prominent men in the business are now looking this way," and I feel safe in predicting that the day is not far dis tant when our grand old common wealth will come into its own in the Cards of Thanks. When you have sickness in your family or even when death comes, do not write a card of thanks to those who attended the sick. It is not in good taste to thank people for something they were glad to do at all times willing to wait upon a friend. Henceia card of thanks is not appreciated. -- 1 t production of crude oil. A good illus- tration of the "turning of the tide" is shown by a letter received here Friday last in which six drilling rigs axe offered to be shipped at once from possession soon. Louisiana, on contracts in the Ken- tucky fields, and the best of all is they Eld. Z. T. Williams and Eld. Kirby want to head for our local territory Smith, of Cave City, commenced a where the "big pool" is expected to meeting at Mill town this afTuasdav) I U convenient to the church night. be found at no distant date. Richardson & Goff, this cUy, drlll- - are Invited. . J. Press Miller has purchased the residence and four acres of land from. Wallace Coffey and sisters. It is located on Bomar Heights and it is a nice little home. The consideration is private. Mr. Miller will be given Eld. M. F. Harmon, Mobile, Ala., delivered a very interesting discourse Members of Adair Post No. 99, are church last Sunday hereby notified that a meeting will be at the Christian Many of his old acquaintforenoon. held Wednesday night, Aug. 25th. ances neard him. The purpose of this meeting is to elect and Instruct delegates to the State Residents of Columbia who have Convention. All members are urged to be present as questions of great visitors are requested to send in their will come before the names and their location. It is imimportance possible for The News toget all meeting. names weekly without assistance. Ralph Hurt, Adj. We do our best, but at the same time rethere are omissions of names weekly, ness man, and it is likely he would More Voting Precinct. if there- - was an turn to Columbia simply because we are not informed. opening. Equal suffrage calls for more voting Dunk Simmons was adjudged of Mrs Esther Dohoney, who was 102 precincts in each county in the State. unsound mind last Wednesday and years old the 2nd day of last May, has ' There will be six in the town of Cowas sent to Ancorage. He had been a lumbia. At present there are only not been in perfect health for eigbx long time a sufferer from indigestion or three. The law requires that no preten days, but she is not in any imand torpid liver which brought on a mediate danger. She is a very recinct shall have more than 350 votes. trouble resulting in an un- markable woman. We now have 15 voting precincts In nervous At this time her sound mind. mind is active, and but few persons the county, but when the county is reprorportioned thirty years her junior, have a better there will probably oftwenty-two- . The not be less than Reed Bros.. G. R. and Edgar W, memory. Incidents that occurred in ficers who have the making of the ad Reed sold Lawrence Wilkerson fifty the county sixty years ago, is felated ditional precincts will-- evidently do acres of land off their farm of 3C0 accurately by her t the work soon. acres, last Wednesday. The fifty Mr. J. W. Webb Dead. acres run from the lane above S. F. 43-2. to-da- y. American Legion Call. Mr. R. M. Feese, who was recently connected with the Somerset Journal, is no longer with that publication, he having purchased The Commonwealth, a Republican paper in same town, becomes its editor and manager, and ill devote his time to it. Mr. Feese is a good, all round newspaper man, Public Sale. and as Pulaski is Republican beyond redemption, there is no reason why I will sell to the highest and best his paper should not be well supportbidder, the First Monday in Septem- ed ber, the property known as the Ed Murray property, one and a half miles I have a 1918 Ford Model in good on Campbelisville from Columbia, condition, which I will sell to the pike. The residence contains 7 rooms, outbuildings and barn and good water. highest bidder county court day next. 7 acres of land. Jack Young. t Golan Butler, Admr. Our reading tells us that the cutout law is being, Inforced in all towns Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conover returned Co Adair county last week, stopping but Columbia. There is not a day, acwith Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Feese, Mrs. cording to newspaper reports, but We do not know Conover's parents. It will be remem- fines are imposed. duty it is to make arrests for bered that Mr. Conover entered the whose wholesale jewelry business at Nash this violation. Perhaps the party or whose duty it is knows, but ville after leaving Columbia, but re- parties we know the law is not being enforccently he sold his interest in the establishment. He is now looking for a ed. We further know that the cutout a great nuisance. location. He'is a good, reliable busi- is Lena Wheat, a colored woman, who lived with her father, Frank Wheat, in the Flat Woods, died laat Thursday morning. She was 45 years old, and was a woman who had the respect of her race, and also the white people of the neighborhood. Read the Swinebroad advertisements in this week's News.He is offering several valuable farms. He 1 the most progressive real estate man la Kentucky. He does a big business, selling a farm every time he advertises it. Miss Julia Moore, a popular young residence to Douglass Big Sale. The consideration was $5,000. branch. The subject of this writing lived Mr. Wilkerson will at once erect a near Webbs X Roads, and he was An immense crowd attended M. A. throughout Russell counnice residence. and B. F. Monday's sale at Knifley ty where he was born and reared. last Friday and everything sold well. Lindsay-Wilso- n His death was sudden and very unwill open on The Cows, sheep and hogs were sold. The expected, and it occurred at hl3 home Prospects cows brought from $50 to $100 per the 7th of September. ast Sunday week. When the end bead; sheep brought 15.00 per head, Eubank's well-kno- lady of Cane Valley, has accepted a position as saleslady in Mr. W. I. Ingram's store. She cordially invites her friends over the county to call at her place of business when in Columbia. The Graded School expects a lagr 'opening. ADAIR COtfNTY NEWS Sfre i ? z ipr BVBRVrHINQvlN? BIG T STOCK , now OF CLOTHING 9 9 Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 9 Also Ellwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts ROOFING DEHLER BROS. .Incorporated Matke! Street' Between Tlrst and Brock; am ready to supply young "men, old men and boys with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving new 9 9 1 CO- - 16 Eat I can interest you in prices. If you need any Louisville, Ky. AUTOMOBILE LINE GoHimDia and GampDellsville TWO ROUND TRIPS DAILY. thing in this line, call at once. 9 9 9 -- ax. 1?' SHOES! ti SHOES!! i My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected TAKE THE BIG RED CAR. Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia with care, I bought them ight, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I 2 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. . p. m. phoned fgJgJsS W. E. NOE. - 1 5 -.- BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them Colun bia Barber Shop fcJ Rid- - - at living prices. LOY & LOWE A ing and .walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfaction(and Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ! i It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article andfprice. HENRY W. DEPP, A. -- F. SCOTT fe ; i i WOODSON LfWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. DENTIST Am permanently Jocated in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. - DEALER IN GARFORD TRUCKS 11. 2, 31, AND 5 TON A Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. For Low Co st per Ton, Mild SEE Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All Work A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Knifley. Mrs. Lillie Hardin made a business trip to Columbia last Sat- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT SALE. COMMISSIONER' OF KENTUCKY. Mary Cordie Grant & others, Plf t. ) ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT vs ) OF KENTUCKY. & others, Deft Delia Murphy . By virtue of a Judgment and Order Winston Coomer&c PHt ) vs of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- Finis Xtoomer &c Deft ) dered at the July Term, thereof, 1920, By virtue of a Judgment and Order in t.hfi above cause. I shall proceed to of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderdoor ed at the July Term, thereof, 1920, in offer for sale at tbe Court-hous- e lb Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- the above cause, I shall proceed to ofder, at Public Auction, on Monday, fer for sale at the Courthouse door in the 6th day of Sept., 1920, at one Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (being at Public Auction, on Monday the 6th, County Court) upon a credit of six day of Sept. 1920, at one o'clock, p. m., mouths, the following described prop- or thereabout (being County Court,) erty t: upon a credit of six months, the folt: A certain tract of land lying in lowing described property Adair county, Ky. Beginning at a A certain tract of Bland lying in Adair county, Kentucky, and boundwhite walnut ribw down, corner to H. ed and described as follows: BeginC. Stotts, thence with his line N 10 E stump near the 10 poles to a white walnut, thence ning at a Chestnut Tompkinsville road, thence to John with his line N 68 E 66 poles to a blue A. Coffey's line where my fence joins ash on a branch, thence N 44 E 20 Coffey's fence, thence with Cofpoles to a beech corner to said Stotts, said fey's line to James Roberts line, thence with Wooten's line U 66 W 63 thence with Roberts line to the poles to a baech corner to It. H. thence with his .line S 37 V TompkiDsville road, thence with said road to the beginning, containing 15 34J poles to a beech, thence with his more or less. line S 76 W 22 poles to a Sugar tree acnes purchase price, thetpurchas and Sassaraf ras, thence with his line For the approved surety or securities, S 29 W 22 poles to a hickory, thence er, with Bond, bearing legal inwith his line S 63J E 5 poles to a Mul- must execute day of sale until paid berry, tnence S 60 E 30 poles to the terest from the .and effect of a beginning, and containing 23 acres and having the force to-wito-wiMc-Kinne- y, The health of. the community is very good at the present time. urday. tobacco produc tion is not greatly reduced. The United States total tobacco crop is consider- L. H. and When you feel dull, achey Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jackmon sleepy and want to stretch frequently, spent last Sunday with Mr. you are ripe for an attack of .malaria and Mrs. A. C. Wheeler. Take Herbine at once. It cures mal Mrs. Lillie Hardin spent last aria and chills and puts the system in Saturday night with Misses Fan- order. Price, 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Adv Co. ably larger than last year. Veterinary Surg eon and Denlfst Jones s of a nie and Rosa Bryant. Miss Mamie f the baby suffers from wind colic, Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, od diarrhoea or summer complaint, give Jamestown road itMcGae's Baby elixir. It is a pure Phone 114 G. harmless and effective rt, Jiedy. Price, J Columbia Kv 3oc and 60c. Sold by Paul Drug Co. Adv. 8pecial attention g Wen Disease Domestic Animals Cox of Casey Crops. A HBBBBBflBBBB&jS Accept Greek spent a few days of las week, with her sister Mrs. Owen Arnold. Miss Lydia Young is visiting Winning Fight. at John Arnolds at this writing. Mrs. Louisa Early, of Louisville who has been visiting friends and relatives in this community for the past two weeks has returned home. Mrs. Ezra Cheatham and Miss Lydia Young, of Columbia, spent last Saturday night with the Misses Hancock. r, Mrs. Hershel Robertson of visited at Dr. Z. T. Gab-ert- 's of Casey Creek from Satur-da-y until Monday. Ab-she- more or less. Tor the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. We do not always need what we want, nor want what we need. C. M. Bault bought of Clyde Monday a farm ' consideration unknown. Mr. Matt Jones of Texas is vis iting relatives in this neighborhood at this writing. Considerable increases in the estimates of production of corn, oats and potatoes in Kentucky, estimates, compared to July a slight increase in the estimate of the wheat crop in Kentucky aud a slight ' decrease in the State's tobacco prospects, are the features of the monthly crop report issued at Louisville and Frankfort by the U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates in with State Commissioner of Agriculture W C. Hanna. Tobacco shows a slight reduction from July estimates because of rather poor condition in some sections, but as there is a big acreage in the burley belt which partly makes up for the reduced acreage in Western Kentucky and both sections can yet make a full normal yield if given favorable weather, the estimate of 1 The impression that has been made the country over by Gov. Cox's opening address must be extremely gratifying to the Democratic nominee, as it has been to his supporters. The more carefully Mr. Cox's speech is examined the more positive, so the Evening, Post be lieves, will impartial men and women be in their approval. Mr. Cox is unquestionably a very much abler man than Mr. Harding, and he has other qual ities, all desirable, which Mr. Harding either lacks or his managers prevent him from showing. Mr. Cx has courage and boldness. He scorns. to state his position in such a way that two interpretations are possible as to what he means. In this matter he surpasses Mr. Harding as clearly as in the form of the I No Substitutes for Hg jj Q Thedford's SUfc RAU6HT Purely Vegetable B B g I Liver Medicine F.9 SBBBBBBBBBBBB matter he presnts. the offensive in the fight, and the Republican candidate has been forced into a defensive attitude. Louisville Post. Such a musical campaign! Harding "blows a bugle blast" and Cox "crows a clarion call,' Mr. Cox has taken "T!p-- - AIR COUNTY NEWS r I H fi W -- zsszrci Wte?-W v. :. i - 'V v -- -gs- kt-- f i H has been on the sick list for several weeks, we are glad to re- porb that he is able to be out on the stage of action at this time. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Flowers, of Columbia, who have been visiting at Red Lick for a few days passed through here Thursday, en route for their home. L. C. Hindman, the tobacco man, of Columbia, was in oua midst a few days ago, and while in the community bought several crop3 of tobacco, paying from 5 to 123cents per well-known ed at Pleasant Hill on the above date a very interesting discourse on the same text on which he preached thirty years ago and toi -- a large and appreciated audience. lb. So Our teachers are located as follows: Mis3 Margie Ancle at Pleasant Hill; Miss Bartba Young at Roy; J. V. Dudley at Blair's schoolhouae. The school at Liberty is being taught by Miss Loracy Wolford, of Casey Creek. We understand that W G. Aaron has accepted a school somewhere in the upper coun- ties at a rather lucrative salary. 1920 e whole famili can gp out on a ummer evening T HE women should certainly be thankfurfor the automobile. It has given them a chance to see a lot more of their husbands. . Select your tirea according to the roads they have to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever the going Is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roads But it has done a great deal more than that. It has brought people closer together, given them new interests, swept away old prejudices. or Usco. The U. S. Chain The U. S. Plain. Royal Cords. For front wheels U. S. everywhere For best results What affects one man now generally affects a good many of his neighbors in the same way. And they have a better chance to 'get together and talk things over. ffl UfOXD'1CX-QVM-iiSOO-iU- It's had its effect on the tire business. When automobiles were new people were willing to buy any kind of a tire. Now United States Tires W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. VESTON HOLT, Jamestown FARM ; FENCING HELENA RANGE STOVES QLOBE TIRES and TUBES J. F, KURFEES PAINT OHver Chilled Plows and Repairs General Line Hardware and Groceries Messrs. John and Browd Calocrats are all satisfied with their houn, of Cleveland, Ohio, visited I nominee for Congress Jin their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. district and we judge will get L. Calhoun, last week, the hearty support of all. W. G. Aaron has ju3t returned Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walker, of from Bowling Green, where he Columbia, spent a day with their attended the summer term of i relatives in our city last week. the W. K. S. N. S. Mr. Walker i3 a great roadlman, Mrs. Martin Rowe is teaching and he informed us thatj if he the school at, near Watson, this could get the labor and Jmaterial county. in the next ninety days, the pike from this placej to Columbia Big Elm. would be completed. We were were all glad to hear this kind they're beginning to insist of report. Rev. P. D. Compton is lying on knowing what they are Strong Hill is putting a new very low with an old cronic disgetting. saw mill, near Portland;- As we ease he contracted in the civil get it, AlfredJParson will have war, as a soldier. He has not And the more they insist, control of the plant land will been able to work since the war the better it will be for us. push thing3 right to thejgfront. but has been drawing a large This will be a great convenience pension for a long time. His reIV to the people of that community ligious views are with the second We want our customers for they are all enterp rising far- day adventist. to know what they are mers and believe in building up Mr. Ira Blankenship, and two their community. , getting. sisters, Hilda and Pearl are on Judge N. H. M033, flwho has an extended visit to Lawson'a That's why we represent charge of this end of theJIbuild-in- g Bottom, Cumberland County, U. S. Tires so there will be of the pike from to Colum- their former home. They moved no doubt about bia, knows what to do with a lot to this section last spring with, of hands to get work out of them their father, mother, and other Whatever the size of your He is getting along exceedingly children. They are a good family car, you know that the U. S. well, considering the tools and of people. They bought a part of Tire you put on it is the best road that he has work. the celebrated farm known a: We are glad to report that the the G. W, Stevenson farm, for kind tire its makers know best school that was ever taught $3000. how to make When Gor. Cox and other goodA at this place and the largest atU. S. Tires are guaranteed tendance, we ever remember of speakers get the campaign open- -j for life, without any limiis at the present time our school ed in the east, Roosevelt, BryanV is taught by Misses Cundiff, of and others in the west, you justl tation of mileage. Columbia and they are certainly watch the republicans climb f That ought to mean someknow exactly what to do in the trees. school room, and the children as. thing to the man who has This section of country wasil well as the patrons should be blessed with a fine rain on the thought about tires. very thankful ior securing ser nmen. une more gooa ram in vices of these good teacher. The eight or ten days, and we willj The pupils are advancing rapidly have one of the best corn crops ' with their studies and their is we have had for many years. not a discord in the community We had no rain in. June, corn in regard to the mode of the and garden stuff was nearly teaching of these good teachers ruined, but the July rains have Rev. Bedford Turner, of Mill brought out the corn and every, Springa, is assisting the pastor, thing wonderfully. Rev. K. L. Pillow, in a protract-e- n The wheat crop is threshed service at this place. Rev. out in this section with a bad Turner is a fine preacher and we turnout. Some crops fell below are all certainly glad to have the estimate one half, one farGradyvilie him with us. The prospects are mer had been making 300 bu. We had fine raina last week. fine for a great revival which is made 128 with same amount Our growing crop of corn is badly needed in this community. sown, and one farmer made 30 looking fine. and sd on. Montpelier. Wheat crops have not beeD threshed in this section. Business Phone Res. hone Large attendance at the old The wheat and oat crop in this soldier reunion, at Weed, last N. section has been theshed. The Dr. week. yield is rather better than had Old corn is selling in this secDENTIST been expected tbut the quality is tion since the recent rains at poor. far as we know the Dem- SSSBgg - - it of 4 13-- 13-- A J. Murrell 6ARGER Bros. 1 . ieiJ!5iii KS ':., - . Columbia, Ky. Mrs. John Foley, who wa3 bitDr. J. A. Yates, of Edmonton, ten by a rabid cat three weeks was in our midst one day last ago, is taking the Pasteur treatweek. ment furnished by the State Miss OIlie Collins, of Greensr Board of Health. Mrs. FoleyMs burg, is visiting her friends, in a daughter of Mr. Dudley Willour city, thia week. iams of this vicinity. We hope L. B. Cain received hogs at the treatment will be successful. this place a day or so of last The third Sunday in July was week paying I4c per lb. the 30 th anniversary of Eld. Z. n W, B. Hill, , the T. Williams' first sermon, which Pratt food man, is making Green was delivered at Pleasant Hill county this week. Church. In commemoration of O; Keltner, who! Uncle Robert t evenfEld. Williams deli?er- well-know- $1.50 per bu. $ Office, FrontfRoomslJeffries BTd. UP COLUMBIA, 2 KY According to dairymen, "you get out of a cow what you put into her." But the water complained of in milk is not the water that got in via cow.' " Worry is mental lost motion: A ,THB ADAIR COOriTI BWS J Re. J. T. Lloyd, is havipg bis timber and lumber hauled to a lot freer expression of Grounds') Published Pa Wednesdays. and fuller life for all. The other on his place beyond the Fair and as soon as he can get a building leads to reaction, the rule of the up will start a grist mill. He will ftt Colam6ia, Kentucky. he few over many and the restrict- - also erect a residence on a lot he oWns E.MURREUL, - - - Editor ion oi tne average mans in the fair grounds,.' j One .to bigger, citizenship, the-mdivid- a 4 4m444 STORE OF QUALITY Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No MRS. DAISY HAM LETT. Mgr chances to grow upward. Gun- ning devices backed by unlimDemocratic nwipapardrotd to tb Intarcrt ited prodigal expenditures will the City of Colombia and th pwU of Adair be used to confuse and to lure. and adjoining conntUa, But I have an abiding faith that as second Entered at the Columba' the pitfalls will be avoided and mall matter. the right road chosen. The leaders opposed the democracy WED. AUG,. 25. 1920. promise to put the country "back to normal." This can Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Tostal Zone normal mean only the .50 per yer. AH Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perlyear of former reactionary adminisA Subscription due and Payable inTAdvance tration, the outstanding feature of which was a pittance for Democratic Ticket farm production and a small wage for a long day of latyor. PRESIDENT FOR My vision does not turn backJAMES M. COX, of Ohio. ward to the "normal" desired by the Senatorial oligarchy, but to FOR FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, a future in which all shall have of New0York. a normal opportunity to cultii FOR UNITED STATES SENATE vate a higher stature amid better environment than the past. J. C. W. BECKHAM. "Our view is toward the sun FOR CONGRESS and its eternal promise of better RALPH GILBERT things. The opposition stands in of Shelby County. the skyline of the setting sun. Tennessee having ratified the looking backward, to the old women will not have to be given days of reaction," a separate ballot. They will use the same kind of ballot as prepared for men voters. Post-offi- ce so-calle- d VICE-PRESIDEN- Purity and healing power are the chief characteristics of Liquid Boro zone. It mends torn, cut,' burned or scalded flesh with wonderful prompt ness. Price, 30c, 60c and by Paul Drug Co. . $1.20. Sold Adv. Mr. E. L. Feese aDd excellent family consisting of wife, daughter and son, have removed to Berea. The best wishes of this community go with them. Mrs. Finis Rosenbaum while absent from home, last week, attended the Rockcastle Fair. A collection of Wolf River apples took the premium. Mrs. Rosenbaum brought one of the apples home and presented it to The News. It weighed one pound and is a perfect beauty in shape. Miss Cary Rosen field returned from St. Louis the first of the week. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 tions, 'shoes and Slippers for Everyone. T CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE The State Board of health is out with a circular which says that arrests and prosecutions will follow if the following is not observed: "Candle all the eggs bought and sold between the dates of May 15th and January 15th of each year." Mr. R. Lee Davis, who is a brother 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Progress Range Stoves Additional The Lindsay-Wilso- Locals. campus of R. L. Davis, this place, has removed with his family from Atlanta, Ga., to Lebanon, Ky. He has rented apartments and has opened a merchant tailoring and cleaning and pressing establishment. Mr. Dayis was born and reared in Adair county. Tennessee ratified and unless there is an unlooked for hitch women will now vote in all elections. We hope that . the Democratic women will not have to be urged to cast their right of suffrage but will walk unhesitatingly to the polls. All Democratic votes will be needed. We have interviewed a number of citizens who live in the Eighth district, outside of Adair n will For Sale. saw-mil- l, soon be alive with students. A good all machinery in splendid condition. Rev. Hart will preach at Union Homer Tucker, Knifley, Ky. nest Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 36 Eld, W. G. Montgomery will preach at Shiloh next Sunday. The neighborhood is invited. tf ar : Mr. Sam Wilson and family have and they report that there is no dissatisfaction among the Democrats in the Congressional conMr. M. Cravens, Democrat; J. L. test, They say that Judge Gi- McLean, Republican, have been aplbert made a clean race and they pointed bv the State Board, Election will take,pleasure in supporting Commissioners for Adair county. him. - rived irom (ireensourg ana are occupying the residence, on Greensburg, Bur- which he purchased from Dr. J. N. Preston Eades and Martha J. ton, both of Purdy, procured licenses Page Mr. Wilson will manage the Myers & Barger planing mill. He is a to marry last week. fine citizen and himself and family W. C. Murrell and H. C. Feese have are being welcomed in Columbia. completed the improvements at the Our advertisers made a demand for Graded School building. It is now in space this week, hence the usual a very comfortable condition. furis amount of reading $ 4 Ke ntucky 4 Columbia, 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444444444444444 Albin Murray fi Phone 12 Next Dooi to The Adair County New Office. PERSONALS. who has been teaching in Savanah, Ga., is expected home this week. Just recently Bhe has Mrs. Zilpah Wheat, matter not The local Democratic Committee has selected Mrs. A. H. Ballard as Chairman, to conduct the campaign for women votes. The selection is. a good one, and every Democratic female voter in the county should be ready to cast her suffrage on the day of the election, When a paper is known as an advertising medium, it is not necessary to solicit "ads." Glance ovrr The News and you will conclude itTis a business getter. It goes to evely 'Squire Allen Walker is having some representative family in all this counvaluable improvements made at his try. residence. Concrete porches, a cisFor Sale. tern built, etc., etc. Mfc. Mikel is doTwo separators, a Red River and .a ing the work. Guy Scott They are all right. E. A. McKinley, Ozarvr, Ky. Last week, in the Metcalfe circuit court. Wolford Wilson was given two OzarK; years in the penitentiary, for obtain ing money under false pretenses. His We have been blessed with wife gave him a check for 85Q and he good rains the past week. Corn changed it to $600. nished. been visiting in New York aud other gow. states in the East. Senator Robert Antle was in Columbia last Friday, en route from his former home, Olga, Russell county, to his present location, St. Matthews, Ky. The Senator is farming and informed the News that he was laying 'a foundation to make some money. Mrs. Antle was with her husband on his return. Mrs. Mr. G. W. Henson, Dunnville, was day morning, to visit her parents, here last Friday. Quanah, Texas. Hon- - Alburn Phelps and Mr. Hugh Mr. G. W. Foster, Nashvlle, called to see Columbia merchants last Fri- - Sharp' Jamsstown, were here Sunday, Mr. D E. Phelps has returned from day. , a business trip to Cumberland and Miss Edna Lewis is visiting in Glaslast week. Eld. F. J. Barger is reported some better. Mr. Leo Baldorf was here Mr. and Mrs. Chelcie Barger left for Detroit, Mich, Sunday morning. Mr. Barger expects to tak e a position with the Dodge people, tc-da- for . Mr. J. A. Willis left James Speers and her son bhannon. west va., where he is en Edward, are visiting in Louisville. gaged on some buildings. y Camp-bellsville The Bingham case will now go Ail persons who are interested in before the Court of Appeals, all the Murray Grave yard, are requested necessary steps having been to be on the grounds the first Satur day in September, which will be. the taken. It will be remembered , 4th of the month. that the attorneys for the State For Sale. Messers Garnett. Huffaker and Gordon were recently awarded Five Ford touring cars Price from - a judgment for $125,000 for their services, andfrom this judgment an appeal has been taken. EXTRACTS PROM GOVERNOR 8200 to 600 Stanley Eppeisbn - P Lindsey-Wilso- Wanted. A white woman to cook at n Training School. Good Sal- COX'S SPEECH. ' ary and .board. R. V. Bennett, Columbia, Ky. s i i i Rev. Kemper, who is pastor of the Coburgand Milltown churches, will in the great acceptance preach at the Baptist church,?-- this speech of Gov. Cox, city, Wednesday night of this week. "We want a change from the old world of yesterday, where "The result of the timely rains this international intrigue, made the tfiis season will bring to Adair counpeople mere pawns on the chess? ty thousands of dollars. It .is said there has not been a better corn crop board of war. in twenty years. We want a change fromthe old industrial world where men who Remember that Rev. Hart, pastor toiled were assured "a full din- of the Presbyterian Church, Greens-purwill be at the Presbyterian ner pail" as his only lot and por- church, this city, next Sunday, foretion. "But how are we to make noon and evening. One of the most striking pas-ag- es wheat has been threshed and the yield was bet ter than expected. Gardens are extra and we made more hay and oats than perhaps ever known. There' is a general complaint of colds, sore throat etc. in this community. There is scarce-l- y a well person, some being laid up. Mr. T. J. Bryant is real sick. Born, to the wife of W. T. Keynolda a fine son. Weight nine lbs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bryant who have been living in Indianapolis, Ind. the past year, returned to this place last week, both are in poor health and they looks fine, Mrs. J.A.Young ana her granddaughter, Cecil Sullivan, visised in last week. Henry Morgan, who was dangerously ill last week, is better. A trained nurse arrived the first of last Mr. thought it would rTerhaps be beneficial for them to live in the country. Solomon McKinley anci, son E. A. left yesterday on a visit with relatives in Texas. They will be gone about three Weeks. Uncle Green McKinley who Was at thaiome of his son here g, the change? Which way shall we go? We stand at the forks of the road and must choose to follow. One milk cow, one bay mare and one work mule for sale. Call L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky with a cancer on his face. for several weeks, returned to Russell Springs last week. 'He suffered a great deal while here very much improved since going to days at home. North Carolina. Miss Louise Rowe, daughter of Mr. Mr. N. B. Miller, who spent a week and Mrs. B. E Rowe, who plays here with relatives and friends, left beautifully on the violin, is in Bowfor his home, Buffalo, N. Y., Friday. ling Green, taking special lessons. Mr. Miller is a native who has never Mr. J. S. Breeding and daughter, forgotten the scenes of his young man- Miss Corinne, returned with Mrs. hood and it does him good to return Breeding from Louisville Hospital once a year to the best inland town in Saturday "night. She is dangerously" Kentucky, though he has made his afflicted, but she stood the trip well. home elsewhere for thirty years or Mr. Walter Sullivan and wife and more. a married sister of Mr. Sullivan, of Eld. M, F. Harmon and wife, of Louisville, arrived last Saturday Mobile, Ala, are visiting: in Adair night. They were called to Adair county, stopping with Mr. Harmon's county on account of the serious condaughters, Mesdames Lucian and Buck dition of Mr. Sullivan's mother, who Hendrickson. This Is Eld. Harmon's lives at Roy. native county, and at one time he was Mrs. L. E. Bradley is with her a citizen of Columbia. He is a promiRoy, who is very ill. nent minister in the Christian Church mother at He was educated in this blace and has Mr. Herbert Taylor and wife. Mr. many friends throughout Adair county-H- Edward Hamlett and Miss Amelia Damron left Sunday morning for the will be here ovea next Sunday. Mammoth Cave. Mr. J. S. Breeding and daughtfit Mrs.Toss Willis,, who has been Miss Corlnne, returned to Louisville quite sick, is some better. to be with Mrs. Breeding, Friday. Mrs. Finis Rosenbaum and two Miss Catherine Nell is visiting Mrs daughters, Mabel and Willie, are visCollins Brldgewater, Lebanon. iting at Brodhead, Ky. Mr. O. E. Hubbard, Lexington, was Mon- at the Jeffrfte Hotel a few days since Mrs. George Montgomery left k e there. He says his brother's health has Eastern Kentucky, are' spending a few Mr. Foree Hood was in Ashville, N. week. C, last week, visiting his brother, Mr. Mr. Leslie McClister and Mr. Geo. Cassius Hood, who is in a sanitarium F. StultSj who are engaged in South Clinton counties. He reports crops fine in both counties. Corporal Joseph A. Tyler, of Bowling Grean, was here Monday, recruit ing for the U. S army. Ray Flowers returned to Metcalfe county Monday. Mrs. Herbert Cundiff and little daughter, Maxine, Detroit, Mich., who visited in the county, have returned home. Mrs. Elizabeth Collins has been quite sick for several days. Mr. C. H. Cravens and son, W. V. Cravens, were here Monday, fraat Humble. Miss Sallie Stewart left the first of the weeek, to spend a few days with her nephews, who are stntionedafc Louisville. Mrs. E. D. Durham, Yazoo City, Miss , is visiting at the home of her brother-in-law- F. H. Durham. Mr. F. H. Durham and wife spent Sunday in Campbellsville, tneir son, Mr. , Greensburg. Miss May Harvey reached here a few days ago She came from Kansas City whore her brother, John, is in the oil easiness. She will only be here a few days longer, meeting her many friends. Mr. E. T. Kemper is out of town, on business. Mr. Cay Reece was taken quite II at Gowdys Wholesale House last Wed nesdayheart inaction. Be was con veyed home and is much better at Ibis writing, Douglas, was Mr. and Mrs, D. H. MacDonnell, of at Fayetteville.N. C, arrived on a visit last Wednesday. Before her marriage Mrs, MacDonnell was Miss Loretta Dunbar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.P.Dunbar. As a girl she was popular with everybody about Columbia, and all her many friends were glad to see her. Her husband is a prominent business man. CoDtoootd to Page S -8 - t ADAIR COUNTY" NEWS 5 KESM e OE SOI 104 40 JE I '& ao I v O Swinebroad Series ' r' i . of .? , Coffee Down Again Pilgrim Monarch 17 1- o September Auction Sales y W of -2 cts. o -2 Farms and City Property D 27 1- cts. Momorize the ore, we "Always Sell." Dates-Th- en Follow Your Memorv- - Send for Catalogue Giving full Description. We "Turn Down" an auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as something the buying public wants TherefWe sold over $2,00.000,00 or real estate in' 1919, and already this year $88 ,778.00 of res& estate. Every purchaser at our sales can sell at a profit. 1 RUSSELL & CO. , n Swinebroad is one real estate man who universally advertises "No and then Sells Just as Advertised. Follow our sales. We will make you money. We have something you want. If you want to "Buy" or want tb "Sell" get in touch with "Real Estate Headquarters." by-bids" . - i oazs'zr:::::,! &r Boyle county. Now Get The Dates for R. G. Dohoney, 21 miles from Danville on Stan'oitl pike, Buy this one you wont regret it. FRIDAY, Sept., 0 o'clock, 3 small farms, 38 acres 17 acres 60 acres for C. A. Carpenter, Ljncofo) county, Preachersville pike. SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th, 0 o'clock A lot of Real Estate several fine residences, building lots, etc. in Lan caster, Garrard county. Anything you want. An All Day Sale. Band Concert. TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th., 10 o'clock 275 acres in 3 tracts for Spoonamore & Hester (known as tffc Dr. HaJaa farm) 31 miles Danville, Boyle county, out Lancaster pike. Here is a good one and an absolute sale. WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 8th., 0 o'clock Land and persona) property of W. C Bailey, 148 acres, Mercer 1 1 THURSDAY, SEPT., 10 o'clock, 116 acres An I III D ' " '- 1 HI THE UNIVERSAL CAR A. H II county, 5 miles of Harrodsburg, Shakertown pike. 1 A good one. in & Shakertown pike. THURSDAY, SEPT., 9th, 0 o'clock. 2 farms n 50 acres for J. L. Worley-Shakertow1 Meecer county, 120 acres for & Burgin pike. C L, Stevens, - Hanodsbirg; The Ford Factory has not yet reached normal production It will take some time, after being entirely given over to war III v II 8 work. We are getting a few cars right along, and suggest that you leave your order with us as soon as possible and we will deliver as soon as possible. Runabout, with starter $686.17 Touring Car, with starter $712.21; Coupe, $894.42; Sedan,$1024-58- ; One ton Truck Ch assis, $582.05. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. Don,t forget the service we give in our shops, genuine Ford Parts, Ford skill and Ford prices. Send for catalogue with descriptions. Also description or farms for sale privately in catalogue. FRIDAY, SEPT., 10th, 0 o'clock, 109 acres for J. H. Weaver, Lincoln county, 5 miles Lancaster near Hub-blon Danville pike. Another good one another absolute sale. Also a lot of personal property. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1th, 10 o'clock, 493 acres, subdivided for Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Kimberlin, 7 miles Bards-tow- ns, Nelson county, on fine Fairfield pike, 1 mile Jackson Highway, at Cox's Creek. The Best farm and the best ime 1 proved in Nelson county. TUESDAY, SEPT., 14th., 10 o'clock, 55 acres for C. H. Foster, Mercer county, right at Salvisa on Harrodsburg & Louisville pike. A nice little home. WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 15th., 10 o'clock, 133 acres for W. C. Cowherd, Taylor county, on Friendship pika Huu nil ; llll I I 3 .miles Campbellsville, in Famous Beechwood Section. Also crops, livestock and other personal property. THURSDAY, SEPT., 16th., 10 o'clock, 50 acres for W. C. Wilkinson, Boyle county, 11 miles Danville, No others on the market like it. tonville pike. This one is a "DANDY. To those wanting to sell in October, book date with us NOW. ' III ' THE B 111 B BUCHANAN-LYO- N COMPANY. INCORPORATED. III III Mrs. S. A. Wheeler. 253 acres, subdivided, Nelson county, 3 miles; pike, Jackson Highway. A pretty Home and good land. Bardstown, New Haven SATURDAY, SEPT., 25th 10 o'clock, Livestock, Farming Implements, Mules, Hogs, Cattle, cf G. C. Swine-broa- d, 1 mile Lancaster, on Danville pike, Garrard county. At same time will also sell my fine herd, 40 head, Registered , Jerseys. Will sell the Jerseys after lunch. of 300 acres near Hubble, Lincoln county, all in grass, for rent privately. My farm . For further particulars send for catalogue, see the owners of the farms, or W. E. Moss or R. H Dever at my Dais- 10 o'clock, for ville offices, or FRIDAY, SEPT., 17th., W. A. Dickerson or my son George Swinebroad at my Lancaster offices, or II I II Ir Columbia, Ky. f: . .. i agpSZIlJ Auctioneers Campbellsville, Ky. Swinebroad The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Ky. Bolivar Bond of .Versailles: Capt. Geo. Toombs of Danville, Capt. best young men, who went to Mem Cove and Mr. Patteson to his work in phis recently, is at work in one of the Detroit, Mich. Continued from Pace 2 departments on a city newspaper. Mr. Asa Loy, Georgetown, Ind , Mr. H. T. Parrott, Campbellsville. Mr. Ray Montgomery has returned mingled with friends here last week , was over a few days ago. from Bowling Green, Mrs. MontMiss Loris Pent ck,of Lebanon, vis Mr. O. C. Phillip., Philadelphia, gomery to remain with her mother ited Miss Mary .Murrell last week. was in our midst one day last week. several weeks. Mr. Montgomery will She was occompanied by Mr. Ben Mr. Leslie Graves, Campbellsville, return to his office, in Louisville, in a Wilson Bradfordsvi le. few days. was here a few days since, Mrs Jeff Gardner, of Middleburp, Nicholasviile, visited her sister, Mrs. Jesse L. MurMr. W. M. Lowery, Mr. G. W. Whitlock and Mr. R. C. was here a few days ago. upBorders, Commercial men, called rell last week.; on their trade here last week. D. B. Pate, Vine Grove, was at Mr Dr. Raymond Grant wife, and Messrs. J. L. Yost and W. H. Day. the Jeffries Hotel a few days since daughter, Miss Elizabeth, Louisville, New Alb?ny, Ind., wer here a few Mr. H. A. Sanders was over from visited their cousin. Miss Jennie days of last week. Campbellsville, a few days ago Garnett. last week. Mr. R. B Newman, Danville, made Rev. J. P. Scruggs and wife have Mr. A. V. Taylor, wife and daught a business trip to this place a few er, Miss Mable, of Greeaswood, Ind returned to their home, Franklin, Ky days ago. are visiting relatives in the county. Mr. Arthur Fair, Commercial travThey motored from their home to eler, was here Thursday. Mr. C. E Wallace, Greensburg, was in Columbia a few days ago. this place. Misses Lizzie Mears and Maud Eld. F. J. Burger waB quite sick Thomas, Miami, made a business trip Mr. Frahk Wheeler, of Texas, visseveral days of last week. ited in Adair County last week. to Columbia last Thursday. Mr.' M. Fair-plaMr. J. R Garnett and Mr. and Mrs. P. A Lewis of Mr. R L. Marshall, Campbellsville, who spent ten days with their 0. Winfrey were in the Edmonton was here last Thursday. son, Monfoid, at Jeffersoasville, Ind., Court last week, witnesses in a oase. Mrs. Nannie Royse has improved Farmers-burg- , home a few days ago. returned Mr. Warner Shepherd, but little since our last report. Her Ind., is visiting relatives in the age is against her. and 'she does not W. B. Irvio, of Jonesville, Ind., Mr. visited at the home of Mr. P. V. Cun- - county. He is a native, but left rest of nighte. diff last week, Adair county manyyearsago. Mr. Bryan Miller, Crocus, was in Mr. Ben Roach, who left the west-- , Bicycles. erri portion of Adair county for Tex. Columbia a few days ago. as many years ago, is now visiting Mrs. G. W. Staples and her son, We have fewolmorejsecond hand birel- rives and friends. He lives at George. Jr., left Thursday morning his McGi't,rJri and has bsen prosperous for Tennesee to spend two weeks with cycles at a bargain. We also have a new 17 inch f rame.girl's model bicycle since he located in Texas. a sister. at a If ' Miss Susan Miller, who visited rela- Mr. and Mrs. T. O Patteson who that we will sacrifice new bargain. this wheel to buy a Patte-son- 's yon intend tives in Buffalo, New York, returned spent ten days here with Mr. model, be sure to get our parents, left last week, Mrs size and price. home last Monday night week. Patteson to visit Jier parents at Horse T. Q, B&sner&SoD. Coffey, one of Columbia's Personals. T. W. Sims of Springfield, CapQ. A. T. Scott and others. of Lancaster' Doc Bond of Versailles, George Swinebroad of Lancaster, Col. D. L. Perry of Columbus, Ohio Farm For 73 acres, 60 acres tilable, Good timber. house, good well, two good See barns, J. H, Goff, . bulance On Slippers and White Shoes Columbia, Ky. 10 per Cent Discount August 12. For Sale. 150 Sale Begins Thursday ONCE shares Capital Stock of McMead If taken 1.00 100 AT SUGAR 26 cents per pound Oil Company. will Issued 50 y, sell for PAR, in two per share. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. Wanted. A FoMmg Damson Plums. Call Mrs. Hamlett, Colombia, Ky. Place your order now for your Spi blocks, shares. Will sell shares and separately or Address "Owfier", P. 0, Box 233, Columbia, Ky. For Sale. bed, Notice. Davenport anti Ea3n - Dresser at interesting prices. T. G. & - ' rvha tit Pnnlra nrft nnw in mv hands. Soa. r and the taxes are due, come in and settle same at once, the sooner paid, the better for both you and the Sher Iff. 43-- tf ella. The prices advance Sept. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, 1st. taxpayers' iia thethrtd Columbia voting? pr sein&to I kindly as a.H the- Lewis 1 Cortez Sanders SherlS, Adair County, Ky. Corsetierre. 43-- 2t appear at my office and? m .givs their.istj. Is. Phone 142; '' before Sept. 1st. EiJbis r , .'3ws -- ;, &s ir 118 HyBEE ?lriBHHV 4 aaJtS9a'aa9a!m3aaaw fSB WABn. Yes Sir-e- e! RUGS and CARPETS Artistically -- flwxf2BBBEw3sBh. jfSei&k m rete to meet your taste! , JHI WJSS CLEANERS & DYERS. te! "DRAKEI Why Use Faded or Old Tiresome Colors? Have Them Renewed By a New Color. 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DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it in your home at all times The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. Incorporated &1 xnoildness and fall-bodied mellow- - "Makers of Oertel's Light, or Dark or Double Dark," bbbbbbbbbbbbbb'bbbb"bbbbsl VBBBBBBBBBBB7c4"iiBYlBf BBBBBBBBBf Cames. quality and Camels expert bland of choice Turkish and choice tobaccos win you on merits. Camels Wend never tires your taste. Do-Tiestic -- -- And, jV sHk W gjcunj JPTi. ?Sr w'MLf &bbbb BBBBB? sfarffeBBHmBfc, SlBBKBBBE. ffeettette Cumberland Grocery Obnuary. Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, Co. Distributor, Kentucky. ? Co Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I "What Camels quality and expert blend can mean to your satisfaction you should find tout at once! It will prove our say-s- o when you; :?.8o8?8ooooo.iHoooo lathe world .at any price! Wiaito&Salcm.N.C compare Camels with any cigarette d .OtSefa are Ootd ertrywhtn in edentlRcally sealed packa&aa of 20 .xasmttes: or fen packages 200 ctfarettaa) in a glaaainvpaper-corero.xufan. Wo otronglr racommeai this carton for tho homo or offioo , jrtspij-o- r whta jroa tranL &. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, lTtnttsffi ' MS2TcM &rv Si B MIS HARDWARE COMPANY. jnis notice who was almi-5- t instantly killed in a motor ai'.ci lent on July 13, was a son of G. W. Curry, and was born and resre m Adair County, near Spirksvilie, and lived thereuntil after his marriage to Miss Etta Stapp also of Adair, after cheu removing to Dall 3, Texad he engaged in .the carpenters trade, soon becoming a contractor, and at that place IS has practiced his profession for more than twenty years. He was an expert carpenter and his serTe r 1 OUR NEW STORE 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the chopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never in your need for Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store vice was solicited from all parts of the city, tie leaves a sorrow-ing"wife WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and six children, three of whom are married. One of Dealer In the daughters is living in Fort Worth Texas ,one in Calera, and Zh kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness one in Dallas. On the afternoon before the tragedy occurred, his and Farming Implements. A carefully selected stock of wife had left for Kentucky to visit her sister, Mrs. J. D. Pathardware at Reasonable prices. Tinware, Wagon, Paints terson, at which place another sister of Oictaha. Oklahoma was v and Oils to join them. We traced Mrs. Curry with the death message to A Full Line of Farm Impliments Memphis, and lose trace there. i We next headed her off at Glasgow, where she was to spend the night with the family of We Also Auto Geo. Leftwich. On receiving their message, she drove to Cave pity, flagged a through train Wednesday midnight, arriving in Dallas Friday, 8:15 A. M.f where the body had been em ; balmed, and was being held pending her arrival before funeral arrangements could be made. Funeral services were held from the family residence Saturday morning in the pres ence of a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. The funerel was conducted by At the Jeffries Old Stand Rev. Brown of the Baptist Crurch, Calera, Okla., assisted by Revs. Lee and Williams, of .171 Dallas. After the funeral the various orders to which he be longed took charge of the body and at the grave his brother Woodmen paid the last sad rites. The charge was beautiful and It sure was'a burden to me when cGiegor, Texas- significant; after which, all that 'I fixed to leave old Kentuckv. was mortal of this good man was jTou sure have to work out here. all drove over to e deposited in the Oakland Geme-tsr2 .'tor'News: After you plant your croD it Herewehadam-clots of good slngl ng dinner and and plavtajT beneath heaps of most exThought Lwould write a little. takes you kicking to get through quisite flowers, placed there by dtalrco. Ss Iama now5oomer of Texas, j and then you have to go to mak- as borniaoldVAdair, close to mg preparation for a new crop. Mrs, Ellen Janes. . loving tender hands, and may We had a good time. Saturday the God of love, the giver of all 'Cwumbia. iWeefthomeeb. We rowose Cox night and Sunday. Mr. J. G. and Harding end in his distribution of mercy C92fl. Gotrto McGregor, Texas, of the family came Warriner and family came to our might agree that Ohio is pivotal grant that his guiding spiiit may Feb, 4. PPt sready.J home about 10 o'clock year Saturda 8tte hover around their lonely house- - and & Hubhufh Bros. Wellendorff - INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street I One of the Best Stores of Louisville, Ky. )K)K)Ki HAIL One if: FIRE Handle Supplies & In Field In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our line Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE DAVIS HARDWARE CO. W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance X Phone Columbia, Kentucky. hold, fcpefe's ,1 j; - nd shed some ray of light g0 backward They started out when the cloud of storm has to abolish work and have made ' settled seemingly too heavy and it compulsory. too dark for a ray of hope to penetrate. A JM H Mrs. J. S. Butler, The man who knows least y, EC2 uraMff HONEY BACK be-ec- os about the history and geography of Europe is the man who talks most positively as to what will be the outcome over there. The Bolshies have busted the old adage thit voerlutiong vaar without question If Hunt'aSalv fill In the treatment of Eczema, Honl'aSlTBurct!cTc4 ha. drtds f each cssa. Yea lee oa Itmnny Bmtk Tetter. RIsgvona, Itch, etc. Dflot becemt dbesoraxed other treatment faQed. et Tj?AY. rric73B Sold by Paull Drug Company. AJDAIR-COUNT- Y NEWS TO LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING. SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Small Cars and the Declining Cost of Tire Mileage H Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal,. J?ianc 33 Voice. Athletics under a trained athlsfs. WtinUnmi.v-.nma,.- i ..v.wwvuw lily Qi. MtlbWIMU UUa ent body of high moral character. Rates $18G.C0 a year. Calagogue upon.raquest, R. V. Bennett, B. A. Prindjai: 3. H You are aware, of course, that dui ing the last ten years, Goodyear has been able steadily to increase the amount of mileage built into its tires. Do you realize, also, that this increase has been accomplished without extra cost to the user that Goodyear Tires are priced no higher today than in 1910? In no tire in the Goodyear line is the declining cost of mileage more evident than in the present 30 x3 size Good30x3- - arid 31x4-inc- h year Tires made especially for small '" cars If you own a' Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to. your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires get the exceptional worth and endurance that Goodyear builds into them. t $I$ "TALKINGJACHiNES - y With a Tone as rich as 0 The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attach- you will readily by convinced relative ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price. ans to the superiority of our workmanship and construction. MB? ! l. e. YOTJivra, - Columbia, "JEWELER" .- ' Kentucky IS YOUR HEALTH RRADUAIir SUPPI - I ... Turn Ixteresting Experience of a Texas LaaV Who Dccl&es Thafc 2.'Bj?tf Woe Knew Aboat CaraSu They Wonl Be? Spared Hnch Sickness and Worry. r r nil i l : hi wT I mh dto""" i I 30 x 3- - Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric A H Westher Trvad 30x3 Goodyear Single-Cur- e Fabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread -- Z3S2 cOi 50 liL Goodyear Heavy Tcarit.; Twlusi.cost no moreihan the price you arc asked to pay for tubus of less merit why risk costly csuingu when &mcL, sure protection is available? 30x3 sire in tcaterfiroofbag $450 i tH 1 I Q if i ,Z &3 2r.y5i "JpCio E33 joeE '." J HiVST.j r. rTX jfrZA tum a rsa TJ ? jb .mr rj T" vi JiE3Lc7 r-- f fewv j& pJ -- . 'M Jt- ; ' v.. rTrf !;..- mm " V ,5; k ," ir- jgt? II p lb ai aoBBamaaBJu ,. - 7r2WJC5nricraxrrraotr?',iTrj523wacrr ttK3Bntjjv3. irit -- :. - " vu ifc jivtt. v . .. J ., Quarterly Meetings, Columbia Dis- Wilson Will Not Speak. Tires That Wear Longer trict, Fourth Round. jowena, July Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, of this place, relates the following interesting account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the world, and when you feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did some time ago when I found myself in a condition of very nervous, health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set it down before I felt like I could lilt it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost im possible to accomplish. "I was . . . nervous and easily upset run-down -couldn't resrwentnight-airchssjust lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after rassBagVS decided I had some female troufeis t was pulling me down. Vsent fcsCsuuiH and began it. . . "Ina very short while afterl begM"'?s Cardui Home Treatment I. saw sa u & provement and it wasn't langmaSS'srs all right good appetite, splendid isss and much stronger so that 1 easily Sd m house work. "Later I took a bottle of Canfca as tonic, I can reccmrr.end Cardui and gJatX- -' ly do so, for Ii .xcre women knew, aK would save a great deal of worry sacA sickness." The enthusir.' ';.z praise of inouszndr. women vhu h2;e. fcuna- - CazSuM you that 2 ?& helpful should 'cv-inc- I . . tr-o- s cJ-ot- her e worth trying. Ail druggists-sel- l iiL Washington, Aug. 17. A report that President Wilson is and give owners of smaller cars the miniKenox, Terra's July 4, 3 p. m.,-planning' a speaking trip for an Bear Creek, Goose Creek, July 6. mum of tire trouble are worthy of tremendearly date has in some mysteriPeytonsburg, Chestnut Grove, July ous way gained currency in vaous popularity. That Goodyear produces 20, 8. rious parts of the country Albany, Albany, July 10 11. Louisyille is mentioned in the 000 Fabric Clincher Tires a day sizes 30 x 3, Clinton, Pine Grove, July 13 report as one of the places where 30 x 3 -2 and 31 x 4- - in the All Weather and Itussell Springs, Cofley's Chapel, it is supposed the President is to July speak. new Anti-Ski- d Tread, is no mystery when o ne 22, Cane Valley, Milltown, July reAt thp White Huuse 0-Picketts, Maple Hill, July 23. port is denied categorically. It considers the dominating merits of Goody ears Pierce, Sulphur Well, July is said there that the President 31 July Greensburg, Earley's, has no intention whatever of Aug. 1. We not only have the tires, but we also Summersville, Hodges, Aug. 1, 3 p. making such a trip, or any tripj $&$M$i ' offer a Service that will weld your business to m.,-for that matter. Those who are Casey Creek, Old Providence, Aug. 5 best acquainted with the Presionce you are familiar with it. pOOgBSA Gradyville, Prices, Aug. dent's condition do not need a Oth er Sizes and types in stock. VAfllH Burkesville, Marrow Bone, Aug. 14- White House denial to convince J1 them of the preposterousness of Tompkmsville, Wesleys, Aug. 15, 3 WW I 1 the report. The President is p. m.,-1THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N not physically able to speak, and Fountain Run, F. Run, Aug. 18 his part in the campaign will be Temple Hill, New Salem, Augt COMPANY. Mill Springs, Meadow Creek, Aug. confined to statements or letter writing. After the President's Monticello, Monticello, Aug. 29, 8 p. tenure of office expires he probm., Central Union, Aug. 30. ably will continue to live in West Monticello, Bethesday, Aug. 31 Washington, according to seemct , Millers, Sept. ingly reliable information from Elkhorn, "Wesley's Sept. 5 8 p. m.-White House circles. These reSept. Mannsville, Merrircac, 12 3 p. m. 13 ports are to the effect that he iMiB Sparksville, Hogards, Sept. 8. will occupy the Nourses' manColumbia, Tabor,' Sept. . sion, a suburban .home recently General Wrangle is in SouthT. J- Wade, P. E. out of sorts and purchased by Admiral Grayson, 7hen you feel lazy ern Russia, but there seems to day time,l President's friend and physbe a general wrangle over all ya.n. good deal in the The destination of the world the of youneedHerblnetostimulaf your Europe and large parts of Asia. is not so evident as the fact that ician. It is ideally located in a beautiful tract of twenty-tw- o purit is on its way. up your stomach and liver, tone A candidate is a statesman or acres, well dotted with shade 60c. Sold by a politician, Sometimes, it seems- - that . the trees. It is directly opposite bowels. Trice, according to whethify your Adv. er your party or th"e other one people consider any successful "Friendship," the countryome Paul Drug Co. put him forth. politician a statesman. of Edward 8. McLean. 3-- 4. 5 The Average Man'S Property 1- 17-1- 8. Has practically doubled in value in the past few years. Material and labor costs have advanced 20 to 25 per cent more in the last year and are still going up. Have you increasgd yo ur insurance cover the increase in values? Are you fully to--, 24-2- 5 2 7-- 8 protected if the , firs, should occur today? W 6. ' REED BROS. "The Service Agency" Insurance in all Its Branches. Columbia; IKentucky. yl I 21-2- 2 Ht The transcontinental record: for passenger cars has arain been broken. A few days ago car an Essex-Good- y reached New York from San Francisco in four days, 14 hours and 43 minutes bettering by 12 ear-equipped 28-2- 9 le 4-- 5. The pie counter 5 ae& ro powerful m politics now few Federal jobs pay as muck- a3 a carpenter or mason, gfcis, wte . . 6 le, 12-1- 3 J I8-1- 9 I - - hours and 48 minutes mere existence. v record set by Ralph Mulford, fa mous race driver, in a Hundson. j Taft seems to be a sort the-forme- r gome pe0pie live to leara, && ers learn, as they iivebut-s-iesneither dve nor- learo, TiEsr-- i ambitic n soars no higher tbsai a p ' - merry-go-roun- d on the leagues of Forty years of constant use Is th question proof of the effectiveness of White's Vermifuge for expelling The ease with which the BdJ Cream shies crossedl'thV Bug irsaer worms in children or abults. Price,35o seems natural Adv Sold by Paul Drug Co. , 0 " . . - ,- K r 8 i ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. - , . f V" - ONSTRATI Fordson Tractor Plowing and Field Demonstration, Friday 27th. - It 's fc All Day -. .V I n ia i S On above date we will have a Special Tractor and Plow Demonstrator with us direct from the Ford Motor Co. It will certainly be worth while to see this wonderful Tractor in operation. We will arrange to have cars to run between the demonstration field anil? town for all that want to see the demonstration. Absolutely nothing ever pulled off in this section before to equal the demonstration to be given. Every farmer should see it regardless of whether he is interested in Tractor purchase or not. Special talks and lecture will be given on the most practical way of farming, they alone will be worth the time you will spend. a 3M Come and Meet Your Friends for They Will be There The farm that the demonstration will be held on will be announced at our place before the 27th. Same demonstration will be held .at Gampbellsville, the 26th. .4 BuchananLyon Co. Incorporated, r ! jsafljgtfyT-- i yTOTiTTnpMS75inrargKre:nraa Vvm!i,&.miJS,StSZ&&2Zl UliiMJ.'tfV?g!gI3 1 5s5 ilxCi 10 Taylor County Land The Farm of W. C. Cowherd 253 Acres The Farm of Mrs. S. A. Wheeler and Miss Mayme Nelson County At Public Auction o'clock A. M. Wheeler, in Wednesday Sept. 15th, A.3so At Public Auction Friday September 17th, 10 a lot of "Live-Stoc- k, Farming Implements and Other Personal Properly o'clock. Pike-Th- An dant All Day Sale Here is a splendid productive farm, nearly level, located on the New Haven e Jackson Highway just 3& miles from Bardstown; long frontage on pike, a splendid dwelling with beautiful level yard to the pike; an attractive place lLOGATION: 3 J miles from Campbellsville, pn tjie Friendship Pike, in the "Beechwood" section of Taylor county. The very best land in the County, and in the most progressive neighborhood, f mile of good school, also church.' .IMPROVEMENTS: Brand new 7 room bungalow, bath room basement, Splendid well right at door. Abunstock water on the farm. A good combination stock and tobacco barn, will hold 6 acres of tobacco. 3 room tenan All necessary outbuildings. fhouse. 80 ton silo, with cattle barn in connection. is known as a part of the Webster Farm. This farm The land is productive, the crops show what it will do. . 30 f in corn, 4 acres in tobacco, 20 acres in clover, 15 acres in timothy, 6 acres in cane, 20 acres in cane, 20 acres in acres. It has 200,000 feet of good beech, oak and walnut timber. ' This farm will be up and selling to the "High Dollar." Look it over carefully before sale day. When you look 4 you will want to bid. Mr. Cowherd has business interests in the West which need his attention and somebody will buy a tim-Jbei. as you drive by. Look it oyer for we are going to sell it to the last bidder on the above date. Any- This farm will be subdivided and sold in about two equal tracts, or we may make three tracts of it. way, we will sell it to suit the purchaser, so you may get the number of acres you want. It is a two story 7 . room dwelling with 2 halls and 3 porches, and a well at the house; has garage, ice house, coal house, 2 It has two tenant houses. splendid stock barns, one a new barn right on the pike. The land is level and gently rolling and can all be cultivated and has everlasting stock water. 7 acres in tobacco, 50 acres in corn, 15 acres in oat stubble sown to clover, 4 acres in alfalfa, balance in meadow and blue grass. Jjbargain. Be sure to look this farm over before sale day. Easy Terms. Possession January 1, 1 921. Remember A square deal to .Absolutely a square deal to everybody. No on this farm. The bidders fix the prices. 'Will behold on easy term and for possession January 1, 1921. 1 team of mare mules; 1 driving mare, 1 filly, 3 Jersey cows, hogs; new rubP.ERSQNAL PROPERTY: of harness; 4 sets of work ..harness, wagon, wagon box and hay frame, mowing machine, ha y ier tire'iuggy and 3 sets riding cultivator, 1 three horse turning plow, smoothing harrow, tobacco plow, double shovel, cutting box, rtrake, .1 awn nower. separator, snatch box, hay fork, 200fi tobacco sticks, lot of lumber and fence posts. 350 bales of clover hay; bales .of. timothy hay, 25 acres of corn, 3 acres of cane, half interest in 4 acres of tobacco; household and kitchen 140 by-bids Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" and to the satisfaction of the owner and purchaser. everybody. disc-plo- jumirute,teic,.etc , For further particulars see the owners at tfye. farm, R. H. Dever and W. E. Moss at my Danville office; W. A. Dickerson and George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or ' iijcr.further .particulars see the awner at the farm, W. E. Moss JDickersontcr George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or Or R. H. Deverat.'my Danville offices, W. A. SWINEBROAD 4 !iHE-tRB- ;" z "' .M - !, .i .', a SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man "--. '..."-A"- ; ESTATE MAI . i 4 , ;. U LANCASTER KENTDCKY; LANCASTER, KY.