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Her Speech Introducing Senator Wyatl Smith Beckham. Mr. Chairman and Fellow Citizens As I look out over this assemblage Resignedly Met Morning His God Sunday at 9:30 O'clock. The death of the subject of this writing which occurred on the above named date, was not a surprise, as it was generally known in the community that he was rapidly approaching the end. He was ready and met the feel that there are those present at this moment are wondering what a woman, who wants to go to polls and vote, thinks or believes. So I want to tell you some of the things we believe. We believe, that in the teachings of the Savor of mankfnd, we may find a solution for all the problems that come to the human family. We believe, in the brother of man. That God created of one blood all the nations of earth. We believe in political parties as a means to and end. In the present political campaign we align ourselves with the democratic party, because, that party, more nearly than any other, has embodied in its platform the ideals and principles in which we believe. In this campaign we feel that our Issue is paramount, that it overshadThis issue is the ows all others elimination of war, the perpetuation of peace. Woman opposes war, not because she lacks courage, it take courage for a mother to- - rise out of the dust and ashes, of ruin, to rear her fatherless children, to fight the battles of poverty, vice and immorality that fol low war. It takes more real courage to do this than it takes to die on the of people who I inevitable calmely. He was born and his wife., has been spending several place. She is a very modest young reared in Columbia, a son of Mr days in the Creelsboro section looking lady, one who has many friends. The Ethan and Margaret Smith, and was after drilling operations of the Com groom is popular and a very industri39 years, old the 14 of last August. pany there. On well ,No. 1 they re- ous young man knows how to make a From his youth he led an exemplary port a good show of oil at 300 feet, but living life, and some years ago he made a they have decided to go down to a Immediately after the rites were profession of his faith in Christ,united sand where they look fot a bet- solemnized the couple left for Akron, lower with the Baptist Church, and lived ter strike. Ohio, were the groom is employed. his religion day in and day out. It is Mr. Frank Swoet, in charge of drill- The best wishes of Columbia go with said of him, no young man ever died ing operations for the Bagded Com- them. in Columbia who was more consistent pany in the Creelsboro section, was My home in Tutt addition is for with his profession. Upright in all here last week looking and waiting sale' It is a five room cottage, good his dealings His language was chased for certain repairs for their drilling water and in a goodneighborhood and he never engaged in any charac rig that have been on the road for Mrs. Byron Montgomery. ter of frivolity a model young man, some time past: They have been tied doing all the good he could. He loved uo in their work for several days on Farm Wanted. his sisters, and was better satisfied account of the delay. when he knew they were happy and Wanted to hear Irom owner of farm Mr. G. A. Roy, president and genercontented. He has gone, but he left a or good land for sale. Must be priced priceless heritage, a good name, and al manager of the Roy Petroleum right. Write L. Jones, box 551, 111. his kind'y deedswill not ba for gotton by Company, spent some time here last they had gotten those who were near and dear to him week. He reported I have a car load of acid fertelizer n over the county, rid of the trouble they were having on at $1.65 and up.- Jefferies old He was fertelizer having been in business on the north Damron's Creek, and they are now stand. east side of the square for a number making satisff ctory progress in drillingC. E. Young. -Mr. of years. He leaves three sisters, Miss Bettie Lilburn Phelps, Louisville.presi- - I have a good box, four eye cook battle field. Smith, Mrs. Jas. R. Wilson and Miss dent, and Mr. Morton E. Weldy, Bowl stove for sale. See O T Thomas at War is the greatest sin of the ages. t Mammie Smith, three nieces, child- ing Green, secretary and general Lindsey-WilsoWe are the mothers of tile human manager, the McMead Oil Company, of Mrs. Lillie Smith, his sister-in-laNOTICE, is hereby given that be family and protest against reckless,des-tructio- ren were here last week on their way to ginning with Sept. 28, 1920, the prices of human life. We protest Jamestown where thev went to atThe funeral services were held in tend the regular annual meeting of on all Overland and Willys Knight autoleration against the existence and of an evil, which in an hour, destroys the Baptist church Monday afternoon the stockholders of that Company. tomobiles will be reduced to the follow They report the affairs of the Comthe social structure which ages, even conducted by Rev. J. B. DeGarmo, as- pany as being in gopd shape and fu ing: Overland 4 Touring and roadster, centuries of patient toil have reared. sisted by Rev. Leslie J. B. Smith. ture prospects as very promising. $895, coupe 81425, Sedan 81475. of Both ministers paid high tribute to We protest against the destruction Mr. Elmo Pearce, one of the "live WiUys Khight touring and roadster the world's capital and civilization by his life and Christian character. wire" oil men of this section, made a The interment was in the city ceme- short trip to Cumberland County and 32195, coupe $2845, Sedan 32945. war. We recognize these as the rightAll of the above prices are F. O. B. ful heritage of future generations. tery, his grave bedecked with many northern Tennessee last week looking after the interests of some of his cli- Factory.Guarenteed to July 1st. 1921 duty and beautiful floral offerings. "Vve consider it our special ents from Oklahoma. He reports the G. M. Stevenson, agent, God giving privilege to start? each This town is in the deeprst sym- outlook in that section for good proColumbia, Ky. generation toward a higher and better pathy for his. sisters and otherrela-tlve- s. duction as very encouraging. humanity. Will have an entire new line of A goodly number of operators and In the world war the nations enacted others interested in oil development Millinery Thursday. Call and see the the greatest, darkest and the blood- Again in Charge of Our Job De- have been visiting this section recent- midwinter styles. ly, and those who were not already iniest tragedy the world has ever seen partment. Miss Julia Eubank. terested in holdings here secured outcome of their world struggle As an acreage before leaving, and they ex All persons indebted to Keene & and for the healing, of an agonising pect to return at no distant date. Mr. J. C. Strange, who is Hoy are requested to call at the store and bleeding humanity, we have the over Adair and adjoining counties as Among them were Mr. S. D. Jarvis, Newkirk. Okla; Mr. T. A. Sheridan. and make payment, as the firm has League of Nations, the product of the an artistic is again with combined thonght of the master the Adair County News and is in full Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr. Geo. D. Stout, been disolved. St. Mary's, West Ya;Mr. A. D. Wells, Keene & Hoy. minds of the world. The League of charge of the He Wheeling, West Ya., Mr. E. M. Nations now comes, before our people served the office for something like Warsaw, New York; Mr. J. B. Notice. as a campaign issue. And now, paus eleven consecutive years, before he Doolittle, Worcester, N. Y., J. H. ing for a moment and brushing aside took his leave, two years ago. His ca- Culver, Decatur, 111. I have for sale a farm of about 112 political aflliations, we want to plead pacity for doing very acceptable work, The Camahan Oil Company, after a acres, 80 acres in cultivation the rest for the League of Nations. is not only known in Adair, but in all shut down of several days waiting for We believe the wisest and noblest adjoining counties where his work repairs for rig, are again drilling on in timber. There is located on this farm one thing our country can do is to enter has gone and where it will continue the Ingaam farm near town. They dwelling, store house and out buildthis League with the other nations. to go. He will take pleasure in giving have just had another rig shipped in We want peace for ourselves, peace for figures on all work coming to the office and same is being taken to Creelsboro ings. It is well watered fenced and our children and peace for the world. and will dispatch it rapidly. Our where they will drill on the old Jack cross fenced and in a good state of a good orchard. There are Of our two great political parties, presses ara constantly going, the very man farm near where a well was drill25 or 30 acres in clover and grass about one the democratic party sees in this best material being used. Ou- - prices ed some years ago. farm is located about 5 miles from of will ba consistent with good business, League of Nations an instrument n Mr W. C. Eyl, a oil The peace. An instrument for putting be- and satisfaction is guaranteed. Mr. geologist from Lexington, Ky., has Columbia on a free pike. For further hind us the brutality, the savagry and Strange's many friends, who desire to been spending several days in Adair particurlars call on. G. M. Stevenson, the inhumanity of war. talk business with him, will be given County lately exploring certain secColumbia, Ky. a represen- a cordial welcome. We have with us tions of the County for parties who tative of that party, an honorable expect to operate here soon, but they Big Auction Sale of Land. One Meeting at Baptist Church. right christian gentleman do not care to give out any informawhose private as well as his public tion for publication at this time. We have subdivided the old Cy Burlife is above reproach, one who at all The meeting at the Baptise Church A number of land owners in this courage of his convic- is being we,l attended, especially at times has the immediate section are taking a very ton farm containing the 220 acres intions, one who has been a life long the evening services. Evangelist J.B. arbitrary stand in regard to leasing to tracts of 25 to 50 acres. This democrat and served his state and na- Degarmo, is not a stranger to this their lands for Oil and Gas developland is located on the Stanford pike, tion with honor and distinction, one community.having conducted a meet- ment by holding out either for large 6 miles from the town of Columbia, for whom to gotber with James M. ing here some years ago. He is a bonuses or else demanding that operae, church and good Cox and Ralph Gilbert we shall be Bibical scholar and speaks with great tions be commenced on their premises close to November, force. The song service is conducted Every tract has a frontage glad to cast our ballot in before they will sign a lease! By school. believing that it will be a vote for by Mr. Sam Elsey, who has been a taking this stand they are not only on the pike. This land is all strong practical Christianity, with a forward leader in evangelistic meetings several retarding development in the and practically level. This is a look to higher and better , things. years. The choir is made up with they are standing in their great opportunity for you to buy a but It now gives me great pleasure to some of the best singers of the com- own light as well. If everyone would small farm at your own price as introduce to you Senator J. W. C. munity. The meeting will likely con- do everything in there power to enevery tract will postively be sold Beckham, who will address you on the tinue through'this week. The public courage than discourage the oil men reserve or limit, one half cash Issues of the present political cam- is extended a cordial invitation. who are daily coming itto this terri- without paign. tory, it would not belong until the balance one and two years time. Sale To remove, bilious impurities in the business would assume mammoth pro- will begin promptly at I0:00$o'clock, For Sale. system and be made internally clean portions, and money would simply on Thursday Oct. 14th., 1920. and healthy, you need the fine tonic dwelling-hous"pour" into our midst. Burton & Young, A farm of 73 acres, good and laxative properties of Herbine. fine water, good boundary of Columbia, Ky. Born, to the wife of Lawrence (3ran-dal- l, timber, 8 miles East of Colgmbia, on It acts quickly and thoroughly. Price, Oct. 4, a fine girl. Col. L. T. Neat, Autcioneer. Emily CoDover. 60c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. nubile road. 01-ne- y. well-know- Last Friday Mr. Paul Marshall, sou On Saturday, Ocl. 9, 1920, at 10 o'and Mrs. J. W. Marshall, clock, I will offor for sale the folio After prolonged delays in- getting Glenville, this county, and Miss Mollie certain shipments of equipment, same Epperson, daughter of Mr. T. J. EpOne combined regisiered mare being absolutely necessary with which person, this place, left here for Louis- One good combined Redblrd Horse, to begin drilling operations, the Pal- ville, where they were happily marthoroughbred Jersey cows, two three mer Oil & Gas Company are now fitt- ried. Jersey heiffers will be fresh in March ed out In good shape and drilling the This union is the result of a long Twelve choice young stock ewes and Sam Royse farm is being pushed as courtship. The bride is a splendid two bucks. Three hogs weighing be fast as possible. young lady, and for more than year tween 150 and 200 lbs. each. One sow, she has been connected with her each 5 shoats weighing 40 lbs. Dc J. W. Goggin, Chicago, and general manager of the brother-in-law- , Mr. Wyatt Conover.in One nearly new split hickory rubber Beacon Oil Syndicate, accompanied by conducting a soft drink stand in this tire buggy and haeness. Good - corn of Mr. w-jn- Last Thursday night, about S o'clock Mr. Jo Green Turner, one of Adair county's gook citizens, died suddenly g: - at his late home, Fairplay, this ty. coun- He had not been feeling well for some days, and at the time of hte Vice-preside- nt went to meet his God. He was the father of Prof. Wesley Turner, who deid with flu two and a half years ago. Mr. Turner was close to seventy years old, and was a man who will be greatdrill. One new No. 19 Oliver Chilled ly missed by thoss who knew him plow and other farm implements best. Many attended the funeral. Household and kitchen furniture, in In all malarial countries the popeluding library table, organ, davenpor ular remedy is Herbine. People find rocking chairs, oak dining room suite, it a good medicine for purifying the dresser, oak and iron bedsteads, heat- system and 'warding off the disease. ers, good range stove, kitchen tables Price, 60c. Sold by Prull Drug Co. good Singer sewing machine and other For Sale. articles too numerous to mention. Terms made known on the day of sale, J. W. Yaughn, Twothoubred Duroc Jersey breed) Glensfork, Ky. sows Extra good ones Jas. Holladay, You will be Pleased with my styles t Columbia, Ky. and Prices. Call and see me. 49-3- death he spoke of his heart not acting rightly, and in a few minutes he Miss Julia Eubank. ' For Sale. Public Sale. One good Jersey cow and one black: On Tuesday Oct. 12th 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m., I will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder my farm, one mile above Glensfork on the Creelsboro and Columbia road, containing 51J and a nice sis room house. Thi3 farm is well watered a good spring at the door and the out buildings are f aily good. One good horse 12 years old, one milk cow, 8 years old, a one horse waggon and harness, buggy and harness, farming tools, some house furniture, and seven acres of corn. cow.. Mrs. L. E. Bradley, 49-- tf Columbia, Ky. Mr. H.N. Smythe, formerly of thi3 place, who has bean on the police force, Kansas City, Kas, foranun ber of years, has been promoted for efficiency. He is now a city detective; n. 50-2- n Mr. C. O. Moss, cashier of the State Bann, Gradyville, was in a very critical condition all last week. Three weeks ago he fell, cutting one of his legs below the knee. Blood poison set Ease the pain of a rheumatic attack up, and his condition! hecame quite by a rubbing application of Ballard's alarming. He lsa line citizen and his Snow Liniment. It relieves tender- many friends will bejglad when he reness and strengthens the joints. Three turns to his place of business. sizes, 30Cj 60c and 31.20 per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug Co. wsll-know- n job-printe- t. Co-v-di- Big Sale. Our back page is taken up with an 'ad" from G. B. Swinebroad, the real estate man. He is the most successful real estate salesman in Kentucky. The reason for his success is that he invariably sells what be advertises, and his straight forward, honest way of doing business. He has been using The Adair County News for a long time, in advertising his sales, which is an evidence that the paper Is a good medium. Go to this sale advertised and buy you a farm. To get rid of worms in children give them White's Cream Vermifuge. The little sufferer improves at once and soon becomes healthy, active and robust. Price, 35c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. PERSONAL Lost A watchibetween town and Lindsej Wilson School. Keturn to Robert Dulworth at L. W. T.S. -- Mrs. Lou F. Miller was quite sick a few days ago. Mrs. Jo Young, Cumberland county, is visiting her son, Mr. L. M. Young. Mr. Geo. McMahan has been on the sick list for several days. Mr. J. A. Willis hasjfreturned from Shannon, West Va. and is not likely to return this fall. Mr. Jas. Bender, of Louisville, made a business trip to this! place last Thursday. Mrs. Mary Lee Frazier, of Middles-bor- o, arrived last week to spend a short time with her oldjfriends. She is stopping at the home of her brother Mr. M. Cravens. Mrs. Latitia Montgomery left last Saturday for Chattannooga, Tenn., where she will temporarily reside. Her daughter, Mis3 Mae Montgomery, holds a good position there. Mr. John H.Coe.Campbellsville, wa3 well-know- Escaped Jail. A man named Johnson sand a man named" McAllister, both charged with forgery, escaped jail la9t Sunday afternoon. Evidence goes to show that some ene entered the jail, who knew where the keys were andjturned them out. The Jailer was absent from home, and Mrs. Tarter had gone to see a neighbor. The' parties who entered the Jail also took a pocket-boo- k containing $16.00 in cash, belonging to Mrs Clel Tarter. Jailer Tarter will pay a reward of $50 each for the return of the prisoners one or both. A clear colorless liquid that will heal wounds, cuts, sores and galls is to-da- y post-offic- com-munit- y, the latest and best production of meaical science. Ask for Liquid Boronxone, it is a marvel In remedies. Pricce, 30c, 60c and 81.20.. Sold by Paull Drug Co. flesh-healin- g -- here a few days ago. Mr. John and C. H. Campbell, Creelsboro, were in Columbia and heard Senator Beckham speak. Mr. S. S. and Emmet Ooode, Casey Creek, were here last Wednesday. Mr. C R Cabell, Gresham, was with the Green county delegation who attended the Beckham speaking. . Mr. Hugh Sharp, who Is temporarily engaged in Loaisville, wa3 here a fev? days ago, enroute to his home, Jamestown. Judge W. W. Jones, hisjwife and daughter, Mrs. G. R. Reed, accomr panying him, left for Louisville last! week. The Judge toldus Jbefore ha left that he was regaining his health, city for & but he wanted consultation. Mr. E. M. Cbwden, Warsaw, N. Y. was at the Jefferies Hotel a few days since. e Wanted. Mr. G. A. Roy, Nicholasville, was ab the Jefferies Hotel last Wednesday. e, Mr. W. H. Collins, representing the A white woman to cook at Lindsey Kentucky Chllden's Orphan Home,' Sal-ar- y Wilson Training School. Good spent several days ofjlast week in Co- and4board. R. V. Bennett, Columbia, Ky. ' lumbia. ae 2 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS H:. SiillilH!El!!!ia!!8E!aEi!SI6lMa!!!gi!g!!BE m !ll)ai!iaeifil!aSili9giRailSg; i u Vvr 1 Kc&niirynnn in np m i-r-iro i m J of Ford Products THE UNIVERSAL CAR The war is over and war prices must go. Effectiue at once. Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors will be sold F. 0. B. Detroit, at the following prices: $440.00 $510.00 $395.00 $465.00 Tractor Chassis Coupe, Starter and D. R. Sedan, Starter, and D. R. Touring Touring, Starter Runabout . Runabout, Starter Truck, P. T. $360.00 $745.00 $795.00 $545.00 m U $790.00 I. t m m m 1'x. The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hand 5 imme-media- te orders for one hundred and forty-si- x thousand and sixty-fiv- e cars and tractors, The Company will suffer a temporary loss while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make Si Si Si the sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the country. W Henry Ford says: m m "The war is over and it is time war prices were over. There is no sense or wisdom in trying to maintain an artificial standard of values. For the best interest of all it is time a real, practical effort was made to bring the business of the country and the life of the country down to regular pre-wstandards." ar We are at your command with regular Ford Efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders. m m m The Buchanan-Ly- on INCORPORATED. Company, Columbia, Ky. I MllPlMlilfilMfiPlililiMlllliMlillliSlillllllllllinHM Some Postscripts. Notice. Jamestown. .'- An aerial passenger and freight Notice Is hereby given that a poll L. C. Blair has returned from Shook hands with nearly 500,-00- 0 will be opened and n election held in beservice has been established men and women. Nell voting precinct No. 11 on the an extended visit to his daugh tween Hull, England, and Regular election day in November, ters, who live in Illinois. Mrs. s Traveled 800 miles by motor. Amsterdam. Holland. 1920, to ascertain the will of the vot- W. C. Collins, accompanied him Kisses 16 babies. For lecturers who use stereop-ticon- s ers on the question as to whether or and visited her sons, who also Made about 500 speeches. they wish oattle or stock of any live there. to illustrate their talks not kind to run at large on the Public pictures are being made of reels Highways and uninclosed lands of Cyrus Grider and wife, of Dictated more than 1,000 letof noninflamable film, saving said precinct. Monroe City, Mo., visited their ters. Spent more than 100 hours in greatly the weightjiand space re Witness my hand this Sept. 1st 1920. son here, last week. Attest. S. C. Neat Clerk A. C. C. quired by glass slides. Miss Lucy Oaks, of Russell conference with national comSprings, but who is teaching in mitteemen. A miniature, portable grain Said by The Sages. Taylor county, visited old friends Saw the greater part of 17 eleyator has been built by the here Sunday. Also Miss Polly states in 19 days. United States department of Who lives by the alter must Belk, who has been teaching in And despite the full program agriculture to demonstrate how pro- Taylor and Marion counties, for Roosevelt found time to. dust explosions occur in such Berve the alter. German verb. Go swimming three times. a year or two, recently visited structures and what they do. A worm is in the bud of youth home folks. Play 72 boles' of golf, one game Tobacco will be on of the crops and at the age. Cowper. Prof. Claud Harmon, Presi- of tennis, and several dozen grown experimentally on an esgames oi rummy. tate purchased by the British If not, why? He who stands dent of the RusBell County SunRead every local paper in ministry of agriculture to demon- still is going behind, because day School Association, deliver- towns where he stopped. Three ed an interesting discourse at strate the possibilities of develop- others pass him. Frame jokes on all members partners. the school house here last Suning poor health lands. of his party. Philosophy triumphs easily day. Prof. Harmon is a great To learn more about the interWrite a report for Governor over paso evils and future evils; Sunday school worker and has Cox. ior of the earth an English scienbut present evils triump over it. successfully organized the countist has planned to bore a shaft Rochfoucauld. So it would appear that Frankty into District Associations. 12 miles deep, equipped with delin D. Roosevelt can satisfy the is the part of a wise man to It wildest hopes of those who wish vices ta equalize the air pressure Roosevelt Led Strenous Life. keep himself to day for tomorfor strenuosity. In fact, he is and remove the heated air. "Pep, personified." row, and not to venture all his Belgium will hold an interna- eggs in one basket. Dan n to travel in It takes a tional motor exposition at Antwake of a Roosevelt on a camwerp in June and July, includpaign tour. If you don't believe HENRY W. DEPP, ing camions, tractors, industrial it ask any member of Franklin Notice. engines, agricultural machinery, D. Roosevelt's whirlwind tour of UEBSTTIST motor boats and aviation motors. Notice is hereby given that a poll the northwest. . 338Q$ I will be opened and an election held in Am permanently located in The trip had'nt been a week Gradyville voting precinct No. 13 on long until members of the party Columbia. the Regular election day in November began saying it was one of the All Classes of Dental Work Done. Veterinary S org eon and Dentist s of a 1920, to ascertain the will of the votmoat strenous trips in its history. ers on the question as to whether or 'Crownadge and Inlay Work a Special attention g iven Disease not they wish cattle or stock of any Covered nearly 8,000 miles Domestic Animals Specialty. large on the Public Requeue. 1 mile of town, on kind to run at from coast to coast, and from Office at Highways and uninclosed lands of All Work Guaranteed north to south. nasfcown road said precinct. Office: next door to post office. Worked on the average of 15 Witness my hand thisSept. 1st 1920. i i :w Columbia, Ky. J Attest. S. C. Neat Clerk A. O. O. hours a day. '-- The Spoke to approximately people. 650,-00- 0 WET yu you lose must be added to baking costs it has to be paid for. Calumet Baking Powder will save you all of that Be- failure use it there are cause when no failures no losses. 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That v: W-- cups granu-the cest j 5 Istecl sugar, IY21 1 t cup of butter, 1 - hoa-- c- II wiws PS SO n.-ire- ij he-ma- "' c . '. . r:y yrcrs. vho! "2e iVngs can ce -I Itfcnet Baking tTrowder, 1 tea- 1 II other vy, so use inly good baking powder and good plain flour (not seh-risin- nl Sspoon lemon. iCUIcU vojr. oiks 01 y eggs. jJ Then mix in tha iw w ll"'"-)- . ' yftsextsxtrAMiMi v Ucr tA- v -r iaaK..iaj.,'.yA.-itBwaerf- l it ! "iJ rtarag Notice Notice. L. H. Jones We have a number of farms in Adair The Tax Books are now in my hz county, Ky. Also Beveral residences and the taxes are due, come in and In Columbia, Ky., for sale. Write to settle same at once, the sooner paid, tho better for both you and the IMt-Iff- . or call on Cravens & Neat, dealers, office on 2nd floor of Jeffries Cortez Sanders, She3, Bldg. f 43-- tf Adair CoubXy, Ky. real-esta- te 47-t- Alekandre Millerland has been Gov. Ck)x will speak in Ken- elected President of France. (tucky October 8. ? W ADIR. COUNTY NEWS sS WOMEN IN BOTH PARTIES AGREE While Opposed In Political Campaign They Are United On Kentucky School Problems Sirs. John W. Langley, Chairman "Woman's Division Republican Campaign Committee, gave your correspondent the following interview concerning the new school laws and the coming election of County Boards of '9 the educational scale, but there is evidence on every hand that she is now thoroughly aroused. If she will fully realize from this time forth that education can not be promoted without adequate revenue and that the necessary funds must be raised no matter what the cost I am sure that with Education In November: greatest forward the exercise of eternal vigilance on the "To my mind the part of the men and women of the step tliat has been taken in the direc- state, with an insistent demand for tion of a higher standard of education ''' was the ratification of the nineteenth amendment to the Federal constitution of placing the ballot in the hands of women, and for the reason that-ie- r influence is essentially more constantly wielded than that of the men in the home life of the children which Is the formation period of their character and the most enduring part of it. - "This is not because women realize any more fully than men do the vital importance to the future of the nation of a good clean school system, but because, as the history of civilization from its beginning to the present shows the mother's influence is greater than that of the father over the children of their household. It therefore follows as a matter of course that this added power to aid in consumating her ideals will be exercised to the maximum by her. "Xo one will seriously contend that better education will affect the political alignment of the people. It will only better equip them for deciding how to intelligently cast their otes- on any political question. They will conMrs. Samuel M. Wilson. tinue in the future as they have done in the past to entertain divergent the best and nothing but the best for views as to what character of legisla- the children of Kentucky, and with a tion and of administration is best cal- conscientious determination to reward culated to advance the interests of the our teachers in a way commensurate, state and the nation. The point I wish at least In some degree (they could not to make is that the question of educa- be adequately compensated), with the tion should be exalted above political great work they are doing for our fuquestions and entirely divorced from ture men and women there is every their reason to believe that Kentucky will assume and maintain a position worthy f her in matters educational." I - BIG am STOCK OF CLOTHING now read7 to supply young men, old men and boys "' . with clothing. supplies daily. I have an immense stock and receiving new I can interest you in prices. If you need any 9 9 9 9 ? thing in this line, call at once. ? SHOES! SHOES!! I 9 bought them My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. I 9 - can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. Tffp- Mrs. John W. Langley. "We must secure a deeper interest on the part of all of our people in this greatest of all movements, for after all has been said and done, we can not fully prepare the children of today for the duties and responsibilities of citizenship that they might later assume unless we succeed in getting public sentiment crystalized behind all strong school movements. "I believe this is now being accom plished by the recent legislation which has been put into operation and that the good results of these laws will continue to grow as time passes on. "I sincerely believe that the good women of our state are going to put their whole hearts, their minds, and their strength Into this movement and use the ballot accordingly. If they do this success is certain and we will have a happier, brighter and better Kentucky." When your correspondent asked Mrs. Samuel W. Wilson, committeeman on the Democratic State Campaign Committee, for her views on the recent school laws, which will become effective next November, she said: "It gives me peculiar pleasure to express my sense of gratitude for this newest evidence of Kentucky's educational awakening, as expressed in the new school laws passed by the last session of the Legislature. We have hoped and worked for so long to take our schools out of politics and to raise new laws creating a County Board of Education and fixing a minimum salary for teachers give non-partis- Mrs. Christine Bradley South, the assistant secretary of the Republican National Committee, gave the following statement for publication concern-n- g the New County School Administration Law: "The seriousness of the crisis through which the world is passing emphasizes the importance of education as the hope of democracy. In so far as is humanly possible, there must be equality of opportunity for education for all the children rich and poor, native born and foreign born, city and country, white and black, until Ignorance everywhere is supplanted by disciplined information. Our children are worthy of better teachers; our teachers are worthy of better pay; democratic education is entitled to the loyal support of all. "Our schools must be forever divorced from politics. The new County School Administration Law, when properly appreciated and properly applied, will accomplish this end. The best men and women in each county, regardless of political affiliation, should be selected for membership on i i i i i i BUGGIES AND WACONS.1D have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds 5 Rid at living prices. at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. Itjmatters not what you need on the farm, I can please you in the article andjprice. i i WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. a &''' - ; ,;,," Owensby. J ) i the salary of our teachers, that these cause for pride and thanksgiving. There is every reason to hope that they will prove a decided step in the right direction, There is no recent step forward, taken by Kentucky, that imporcan compare in tance with the laws passed to improve our educational system. All honor to our Democratic and Republican legislators who passed these laws. "The newly enfranchised women of Kentucky can be of untold sendee to our state by electing to our County Boards of Education the highest type of men and women available. Men and women proof against partisan temptation, who can be depended on to select county superintendents worthy to be Intrusted with the mental training of the future citizens of our state. It has taken Kentucky a long time to come to a full realization of the discreditable position she has occupied' in far-reachi- Health of this neighborhood is very good with the exception of a few cases of mumps. Foddering and molasses making is the order of the day in this part of the Lord's Vineyard. The corn crop will be good as was ever known, while the wheat crop was very light. The worst electorical storm of the season struck this part recently, but we know of no serious damage done. Prof. Claud Harmon, President Mrs. Christine Bradley Soutn. Sidney Holt & Co., are doing a of the Russell County Sunday the County School Board. To secure good business with their saw School Association, delivered an the right of suffrage for women, we mill at this place. interesting discourse at the have insisted always and everywhere school house here last Sunday. that woman was "inclined to feel a S. B. Collins, who bought a more jealous regard for the rights of Prof, Harmon, is a great Sunday childhood than man. I know of no part interest in a roller mill at school worker and has successmore certain way for woman to justify Russell Springs, has rented his the new privilege and the new responfully organized the county into sibility that have come to by farm to Rowe Warriner, and reDistrict Associations. using her voice and her vote in securmoved with his wife to that her-tha- Grider and wife, of Monroe City, Mo., visited their son here, last week. Mrs. James Dunbar, who has been very sick for several weeks, is now on her road to recovery, Miss Lucy Oaks, of Russell Springs, but who is teaching in Taylor county, visited old friends here Sunday. Also Miss Polly Belk, who has been teaching in Taylor and Marion counties, for a year or two, recently visited home folks. Cyrus schools : an extended visit to his daugh"Men, when you come to vote for the members of this here new County ters, who live in Illinois. Mrs.W. Board of Education, put more Chris- C. Collins, accompanied him and tianity and less politics into your vote. "You're my friends ; but don't think visited her sons,' who also live of me in yotin'', but think of what your there, vote means to the children." manifest by both saint and sinly. HIS HEART WAS RIGHT ner. W.- - J. Lawless, who is one of An uneducated but honest county superintendent, who lives far back in is Mrs. Josephine Belk and childthe hills of Kentucky, recently made the oldest men in this section, ren, who visited here, have rethe following very unusual and thor- in very poor health. oughly pointed speech to a group of turned to their home in Colorado. L. C. Blair, has returned from people who were interested in the ing better educational opportunities Rev. Joe Wooldridge is confor the children of Kentucky, and by place. aiding In the election of county boards Born to the wife of Elihu Col- ducting a series of meeting at that will think in terms of the rights of children rather than in the interest lins, Sept. 12th., a son. Mother Hayses' Chapel Church, at this of any party." and baby are getting along nice- time. Much interest is being young people for Berea College. Hotel, was in the city last week, There are men in thi3 county laying in his winter goods. W. weekly from all parts of the S. Malone, merchant ofj the south United States, viewing the situa- end, is also doing a lively busition relative to oil developments. ness. Dr. Wm. G. D. Flanagan, of Indications are that greatest oil producing regions of the country. Jamestown, has been appointed Give us some good roads, Cum- pension examiner by the gover-mefor this district, to succeed berland river darned, and oil boom on, old Russell would blos Dr. P. V. Ballou, of Rowena,who resigned. som as the rose in spring-timAt the last meeting of Russell A spirit of improvement which is indeed badly needed, is being Po3t No. 133 of American Legmanifested by the citizens of ion, at Jamestown, a committee Jamestown. Nice concrete walks was appointed to organize a woare nearing comgletion on the man's auxiliary organization. main streets leading from the The membership of the Post is square, while various other badly growing and all honorably discharged soldiers and sailors are needed improvements are welcome to join. Alva Grider, of this place, who Mr. E. L. Reese, owner and manager of Farmers Woolen maintains an Optometric office at Jamestown, is one of the 250 Mill, has purchased a lot of adOptometrists in the ditional machinery which he successful hopes to install at the earliest State, who was recently granted by the new State possible date so as to be better a certificate prepared to take care of his Board of Examiners in Optomegrowing business. As the Far- try at Louisville. He has also mers Woolen Mill, is known not been made a member of the Kentucky Association of Optoonly throughout Kentucky, but many different States, it becomes metrists, whose headquarters are also at Louisville. very necessary to enlarge nt e. the plaut. Mr. Ree3e plans buiding Paul Grider, who spent most a concrete or brick structure. of the holiday season in Cincin"Uncle" Ben Allen, merchant nati, Indianapolis, Kansas City, St. Louis, left last week ac- and miller of the north end of companied by several other town, also proprietor Uncle Ben's Women don't even have to write their names. To known how to vote they only have to make mark like this (x) in the circle under the rooster. - - fii. -- a 4- - f THE ADMR COUHTJ NBW8 'i-J'-i- l "'T Acres oi Fine Blue Grass Land t 1W TAYtOR eOONTY FARMS "'X AT . ".. AT AUCTION Public Auction We will Sell at Public Auction the Splendid Blue Grass Farm : of J. C. HODGES, on Friday, October the At f 1 Wednesday and Thursday October 20th and 21 sf R. H. RUSSELL and D. P. SANDERS and SONS. THE RUSSELL FARM-- of 270 seres will .subdivided and sold WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th,at 10 o'clock, in 3 tracts 100 acres 40 acres 130 acres. Located on Robinson's Ceeek pikh, 2 miles south of. Campbellsville. . -. 15th 1920 10 O'clock Sharp. ,V j- - This larm is located A miles from Greensburg, on the Greensburg and Bardstown road in Green county. Kentucky. This is one of the finest bodies of land ever offered at Public Auction in Green County, and will be subdivided and sold in two tracts. TRACT NO. 1, contains 135 acres and is well improved. The improve- ments consist of an eight room brick residence with large basement, two large s barns and all necessary outbuildings. All of said improvements are in condition. This tract also has 15 acres of the finest bottom land in tfye word. TRACT NO. 2 contains 80 acres and is mostly iff grass' ThWitfjprove- ment sconsist of a four room house, one combined 'stock and tobacco! barn. ThiB tract also contains some very fine bottom land. Mr. Landbuyer this is an opportunity to purchase & fine home in one of the best neighborhoods in Green county. Wbyiao&take a" front seat in the theatre of life now while the opportunity is at your disposal? first-clas. .i.fS'. NO. 1100 gs. -- other ; out-buildin- acres, with 7 room dwelling, barn and This is known as the Fawcett farm.'-- . I 4 NO. 2- 40ftcres. 3 room house and small barn. 6 rooirL & 1 i'- - NO$3:v430f acres, -- liquse, stock baranS otner outouiiaings. Teese 3 tracts of land are all good, well located, good neighborhood, school just across the pike, ered, pleniy-o- f .feuifencing goodrome fine timbfanl is productive hd sefnebody may secure a bargain i1mj Nussell says "sell".;.. No strings to me one wftrown it as our contract calls for an absolute sale withost reor or limit. Look this over before sale day. serve, d Ifx'you want to buy two tracts together or all of it remember we sell the way the buyers want it. , . welljl Terms will be very Liberal and Made Known on Day of Sale, Parties desiring to look over this farm will call on Mr. J. will take pleasure in showing them over same. C. Hodges, who u . . it-so- . by-bi- I. M. DUNN & CO., Danville, Ky. Phone 529. Hon. Virgil Moore spoke in the interest of the Republican National Monday. ticket at the court-hous- e The building was well filled with men and women of his faith, who were well pleased with his address. He spoke along the lines of other Eepublican Miller and Gabbert, local representatives on Russell! sale. 4& Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers. ftdair Goaivty heuls Published Pn Wednesdays. ftt Colanv6iai Kentucky- - J E.MURRBLL, HAM LETT Editor Man M?S. DAISY DeaioertIcnewniper devoted to the Intereit the City of Columbia nd tb tnd adjoining conntlei. Entered at the Columba" mail matter. Post-offi- ptopla of Adair as second WED. OCT,, .50 fi. 1920. Subscription Price 1st ai:d'2iid Postal Zone per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 perlyear A Subscription due and Payable Jn'Advance SENATOR BECKHAM'S SPEECH. Wednesday forenoon, Senator J. C. W. Beckham entered Columbia and waB kept busy from that time until 1:30 p.m., the hour for making his address, shaking hands with his admirers. Long before the hour of speaking the court auditorium was well filled with Democratic men and women, many of them coming long distances to hear the Senator discuss the issues in the Presidential campaign. At the hour of speaking Mrs. of R. F. Rowe, Woman's Division, who is a the leader among her sex, and who is actively at work in this campaign for the Democratic ticket, and who introduced Senator Beckham. Mrs.Rowe arose and in a clear, distinct voice, made a brilliant address, giving reasons why the women were in this fight. She said the women wanted to war no more, and that the only way for them to keep their sons off the battlefield was for every mother and every sister to vote for the League of Nations. We are not attempting to quote Mrs. Rowe's language, but to give the Last about 10 o'clock, points. In closing her address, in most beautiful words, she introduced the Senator and when he arose the crowd went wild. The Senator spoke for two and oue half hours, devoting more lf of his address in than support of the League of Nations, the main issue in this campaign. Those who were in the audience and not informed were enlightened. He explained Ar ticle 10 and other features of the League that have been called in question, showing that the instrument was prepared for no other purpose but to prevent another world war. There were a number of Republicans in the audience and they gave the Senator the closest attention. Leaving the League he severely criticized the national Republican Convention platform for failing to mention the heroic American boys who fought m Flanders Field. The League he said was not a political question. and he had the same praise for Republican boys, who served their country as, he did for the Democratic boys. He then took up the Federal Reserve Act. passed by a Democratic Congress, making it imj possible for another money panone-ha- The D. P, Sanders and Sons Farm of 281 Acres will be Sold Thursday, October 2 1st. 281 acres subdivided and sold in 4 tracts 144 acres 71 acres 60 acres 6 acres. Three miles N. W.Camp-bellsvill- e, speakers. Transylvania Prespytery met at the last session for 1920. Next year it will meet in Columbia on Friday before the 2nd, Sunday in April. Mr. J. P. Dohoney, of this place, represented the church here at Lancaster. Lan-ce3ter near Salem Church, 1 mile good school, land faces on three good roads also Railroad. 8 acres corn, 5 acres tobaoco, 36 acres wheat stubble, 10 acres oat stubble, 18 acres meadow, balance in grass. Mr. C. E. Eoyse has favored us with some of the finest flavored apples that ever grew in this country. We cer- acres with 6 room dwelling, halls and porches, stock barn 48x60, tobacco barn 40x60. NO. NO acres with new 6 room house, 1 tenant house, barn 20x36. 2--- 1144 71 tainly appreciated the donation. Foxes Wanted. Greys Reds Coons $2.50 each $5.00 each $2.00 each 75 eace NO. NO. 360 acres with 6 room house, new, and new 5 barn 20x36, crib and granary. porch. - Gray Squirrels 46 acres with out-buildings room house, front and back on each tract. You can . - W. S. HODGEN, Campbellsville, Ky. Mr. A. Wells, Wheeling, West Va., and Mr. C. G. Davidson, St. Marys West Va., Were here a few days ago. Dr. H. B. Simpson and Mr. R. B. All necessary buy just as many tracts as you want. The crops on the Russell farm and the Sanders farm show what this land will produce. All we ask is for you to look over the farms Come to the Sales. We guarantee a fair your opportunity. deal--n- Patton, Breeding, were in Columbia and attended the Beckham speaking. Mr. Geo. M. Bedford, Vice-Chairma- n Lexington, made a business trip to this place the ic. The records of Governor Cox middle of last week. Mr. A. Isaacs, of Berea.Ky., was and Senator Harding as construc- o by-bi- ds. t This yill.te, v rvt tive business men were then compared, showing that the Democratic Candidate for the Presidency had been three times elected Governor of Ohio on account of his ability to do things. Mr. Harding having but few con structive acts to his credit, his record was quickly related. Altogether it was one of the most logical speeches ever de livered in this court-rooBefore taking his seat he paid high tribute to Judge Ralph Gilbert Democratic candidate for Congress in the Eighth district m. here last Friday. Mr. S. M. Sanders, Campbellsville, was in Columbia the latter part of last week. Mr. W. A. Rhodes, Glassgow, was at Easy Terms and possession January 1st. Now is ihe time to buy land. Own your own home. This land is level ane gently rollinghighly productive-- -' t some timber well watered. " the Jefleries Hotel last Friday. Miss Alice Rexroat, Webbs X Roads was in this place the latter part of last week. Mr. S. A. Hatcher and wife have returned from Florida. Mr. J. R. Garnett made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr.P. C. Jone, East Fork, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cole, Bakerton, and three children, visited at the home of Mr. D, E. Phelps thisweek. rt .' For further particulars see the owners of the farms, my representative at Merchants Hotel, CampbellsvflleJ ,5r get in touch with my Real Estate Headquarters at Danville or Lancaster. THE REAL ESTATE SWI NEB ROAD MAN-SA- LES MANAGER. x -- L&NCASTER. HT. s k' C- - c ADAIR GOUNTTf NEWS BHHHUttmHW MIMM!ntM!tf$a!i m FiiX GOODS We are receiving our New Fall Lines and are showing the Newest Styles in Ladies, and Misses Coat Suits, Coats, Dresses, Sweaters, and Complete I Line of Furnishings. Mens and Boys Suits, Over Coats, Shoes, & Etc. Our entire Fall Stock will be Complete in a few days. The Millinery Department is Full Up with the Newest Creations. PRICES CORRECT. RUSSELL. 125 Acres & CO of Farm and Judge Ralph Gilbert fi Democratic Candidate for Congress, .iC j.,!.. Imbcr AT Land Will Speak at the COURT HOUSE COLUMBIA, KY... Saturday Afternoon, Oct. 9. EST PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell at public auction the splendid farm ( a portion of the old Shreve Estate ) of H. G. Sandifer, on Saturday October 16th, 1920, at 2:00 o'clock sharp. He Will Also Speak At Cane Valley, Saturday Night, Oct. 9. Fairplay, Tuesday Morning, Oct. 12, Milltown, Monday Afternoon, Oct. 11. Qlensfork, Tuesday Afternoon, Oct. 12 Breeding, Monday Night, - Oct. 12 Oct. 11. Ozark, Tuesday Night. Eunice, Wednesday Morning, Oct. 13. Pellyton, Wednesday Afternoon, Oct. 13. Casey Creek. Wednesday Night, Oct. 13. This land is located in or near the city limits of Greensburg, Ky., and fronts on the survey of the New Federal Highway and runs back to Green River. It will be sold in seperate tracts and then as a whole. Several of these tracts can be subdivided and sold off in town Lots and offer a rare speculative proposition. This land is very productive and will grow the finest corn, tobacco, clover, timothy and other crops. This farm has about 35 acres of rich bottom land covered with virgin timber which has never been cut over. Some of the finest poplar, beech and other trees that can be found in this State are located on this property. This land has been in the same family for about 75 years, and is now being offered for sale because it has recently been inherited by one who lives in another part of the State. Look this property over before the day of sale and you will not miss this rare opportunity, All Soldiers and Ladies Urged to be Res. hone 13-- Present Business Phono 13- -A Dr. J. -- N D Murrell 1ST Oftce, ont Aries BTd. - r v.- - .x a . n u.j v .isw-h.aBaiikU- ! UP Stop Boarding )four Horses I COLUMBIA, I. M. DUNN & CO., Real Estate Brokers & Auctioneers. DANVILLE, KY. Phone 529. Paid List. B f KODAK FALL GOODy Before Buying Your Fall Shoes and Underwear R The following are new paid subscribers and renewals since our issue of last Tuesday. P. H. Dunbar, E. w! McKinley, G' B. Yates, Jacob Myers, Sarah E Neth-erV. W. Collins. W. D. Bridgwater, ! 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One good milk cow, six years old Three hogs, will weigh from 200 to 300 pounds. One 3 wagon and bed. One rubber tire buggy and harness One double set of driving harness. A good set of heavy wagon A set of log bolsters harness. and chain. 10,000 pounds of good hay. A lot of farming tools, and some household goods. Other articles not mentioned. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. E. A. Van Hoy, Cane Valley, Ky. LOY A Ji &: ! LOWE Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactlonand Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. wzTTTzrrrTnv-rv- .r rg-- a ARE YOU READY FOR FALL PLANTING DISC HARROWS Best on the Market RIGHT PRICES 8s 12's 10's S. F. EUBANK, Columbia, Ky., fcv.' k-r X X ui ts .. f.wggN iMy i t r-jt- '- .. t V,-- - ;&, IMS ADAIR1C0UNTY NEW8 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmm LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. 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No extra attach- this fact applies to all the line, 30x3-- , ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workmanship and construction. :l. Columbia, e. yottjntgk "JEWELER" Kentucky. H m REED BROS. INSURANCE In All Its Branches m m ui JKH l.is KI Nfctfg 30 x 3 Fabric, All Weather Tread -- WgSS Double-Cur- e TMHIIT: GCTl&YBAlr-- - r. e-:- :feyz?5m& Fire Life Casualty Windstorm e Burglary Coverage-Aut- 1 E GooJyear t r Ik u $2350 i fi'J i. X. f! 30x3', Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread e Cooaycar Heavy Tourist Tubes cost nc men: i'ia:i :h? prt'-w' y Kk .:: Sy aiitd to pay fvir t'jl:.3 of Uv? ; pa.'i ?:: nrofi"tii2 : :'--tf; a -- o casings . .bl ' r 1. .. 0: J'nire tit TTairr(ri-- tun. you are -- w'a .' i Parcel Post Hail Acreage omobile and Surety Bonds. f! as I. ... s : IPSE Vfca c.MWWftlHWnOL- tWtvr.rK' "- "The Service Agency" " Ml Ltt.w .mwrnir 1, :jiAE- 'T.... l . .yJ-vr- ., -- rr.'.; - - 1""T Columbia Activities of Women. Kentucky A Challenge to Tire Buyers Tell us, if you can, of a tire that sells at these low prices and gives you as much mileage, and as much satisfaction. 30 x 3 Fabric 1-- New York city has more than 100,000 club women. EVERYTHING IN 2 Goodyear Double Cure COO Tread . . , Sizes 30 x x Cf $6o.O) Fabric, 3 and 30 x 34 also. Anti-Ski- 30 3 Goodyeai Single Cure d Tread .. 391 PJ-- the other tire users is this community a mighty big favor because we'll begin to sell those tires. But, we'll tell you right now that we don't -- I you can give us this tip, you'll be doing us and In Iceland the mother is always the guardian of her children. Women color their faces with blue and yellow paint in Greenland. Police matrons in New York city receive the same pay as patrolmen. The average weight of an American woman of middle age is 133 pounds. college have been forbidden to motor on Girl students ROOFING Come In and See Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. the $7,000,000 3-inch Tire This is the famous Firestone molded Z4 inch tire that has its own plant, its own St?,el 1 Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. .Ineornorated be- "MBS lieve you can do it. at Vassar These prices speak for themselves. t The name Sundays. Mrs. Champ Clark was a school it yr fM' 1 l ! I on the tires, GOODYEAR, tells you their value. special machinery, special methods, special organization. Thus Firestone serves car owners with quantity production. This permits a value in tires never before accomplished at the price. CO- - 16 Caat Ptatkei Mreei Between Plrsl and Brook l Louisville, Ky. ! NOTICE. mistress before her marriage to the Missouri statesman. Get your share of these savings by having us equip you. A Used A The Buchanan-Ly- on In 1910 it was estimated that 11,000,000 women over 10 years ' 3 40 Years Company. Incorporated of age in the United States were wage earners. They Are Best, But They Cost No More Tourist Tubes. Goodyear Heavy The Baptist have raised $100,-00- 0 Capt. Charles Goodnight has for a horspital in Louisville, the largest herd of buffalo in th'e world on his Texes ranch. It which is a third of the amounted needed. numbers 200. A. E. Funk, former connty Hannibal de Messa, a Cuban, judge' of Bullit county, died has won $9,000,000 in Europe-b- y gambling at cards. last week. x At the conclusion of fvery Cumberland Grocery Co marrige in Holland the bride and bridegroom are presented Bibles good cook, home maker and mother. at the expense of the state. The police" records of London Mrs. Yone Cuzuki, known as show that every day in the year the "oriental queen of com an average of 30 girls are reportmerce" in Japan, i3 probably the ed missing in the British metropolis. . richest woman inthe world. Lady Trowbridge declared reOf those killed by the anach-is- t smoking cently in London that attack on Wall Street, were helps the creative faculty and 84 wage earners, eight of whom helps women keep their tempers. served in France. So the bomb aimed at capital killed labor. Divorces are few in the due mainly to the-faSenator Harding will speak in every girl is taught to be a Louisville October 14, that Phil-lippine- Notice is hereby given that a poll an election held in Glensfork voting precinct No. 11 ora the regular election day in November 1920, to ascertain the will of the the question aa to whether or not they wish cattle or stock of .any-kinto run at large on the Pubwill be opened and rot-ers- on d The Woman's Tonic lic Highways and uninclcsed lands of said precinct. Witness my hand this Sept. Hsr,. 1920. $ Attest. S. C. Neat, Clerk A. &. . Sold Everywhere Notice. To each Election officer that are holding keys to locks on Ballot boxes, will please send them in to this office at your first convenience, and save of Cane cost of buying new Locks and oblige. A 49-2t Farm for Sale. 175 acres, one mile North s, Campbellsville pike. Valley, on good 8 room house, easy terms. A. R. S. O. Neat, C. A. C. O. ct Feese, Cane Valley, October 9 is thefif teenth anal versaryof the great Chicgo 8 J& f adair county news. m -- Jl" "-- - - SB L p Q V It. f Faylor County Farms And Property in Campbellsville Wdlllll'.Ml.lll. OF & M H M Tnursaau 13, Memeorize and Friday 15 and the X October SomeJ in the Forenoon -- 14 and luchanai Some in the Afternoon, the Dates The Time of Day Particular Property Then Follow your Memory. ednesi ay one-fourt- ictooer at 10 O'CLOCK. o Double Header. A Farm No. 1 106J Acres, IS Miles East of Campbellsville on Campbellsville and Spurlington road, in good neighborhood, h mile of station on h. and N. R. R. This is a dandy little farm. Fertile limestone soil, 25 acres corn, 4 acres tobacco, 10 acres wheat stubble, 30 acres clover and timothy meadow. Balance grass and woodland. An abundance of good timber. No waste land and what is called a "Smooth Farm," well watered. Improvements 5 room frame dwelling, stock barn which will house 4 acres tobacco. All necessary out buildings. This farm will be sold promptly Farm No. 2 103 Acres, 5 miles North of Campbellsville, 2 miles from Lebanon pike, on Rose Hill road, near Rose Hill School House, two miles from church. This 's another "smooth" farm, also has some extra good fertile creek bottom land. 8 acres oat stubble, sown to clover, 25 acres corn, 2 acres tobacco, 12 acres clover and timothy meadow 3 acres good your timber, balance in cleared land for grazing. Improvements Has ordinary 3 room house, 1 stock barn, 1 new tobacco barn and other outbuildings. Mr. Buchanan is in business in Campbellsville and has not the time to look after these farms so "they are up and selling to the High Dollar." This farm will be sold at 2 O'CLOCK, P. M. For further particulars on these farms see Mr. Buchanan or Mr. W. C. Payne. re Thursday, October 14th, Another Double Header The Farms of R. B. Wilson and A. R. Keltner, 3 miles Campbellsville on Friendship pike in the famous "Beech ttood" section that good fertile producing land of Taylor County. TheR. B. Wilson Farm will be sold promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. and consists of 104 acres with two story residence, good tenant house, large combination stock and tobacco barn, large granary and tool house, double crib, well and cistern at residence. Burley tobacco, corn and wheat land, 4 never failing springs, 35 acres Pitman Creek bottom, 50 acres level, 25 acres gently rolling. 2 j acres in corn, 3 acres tobacco, 37 acres clover, 12 acres timothy, 11 acres wheat stubble, balance in pasture. The A. R. Keltner Farm Adjoins the Wilson farm and will be sold at 1 o'clock, P. M. and consists of 186 acres and sold in tracts to suit the which will be purchaser. This is leven and gentlv rolling laad a tractor farm produces fine crops of corn, wheat.mead-oand genuine Burley tobacco. 12 acres tobacco, 60 sub-divided w acres in corn, 30 acre3 clover, 16 acres meadow, 15 acres oat stubble, 53 acres pasture and timber. Abundance of water from cistern, wells and springs. Improvements New 10 room frame dwelling, fine yard with shade, new tobacco barn, new stock barn 38x60, all other buildings. These farms are in fine neighborhood right at school and church. Get busy, look them over before day of sale. To show you these farms see Mr. Wilson or Mr. Keltner. 12-ac- re Friday, IN CAMPBELLSVILLE. FEED STORE Promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. we will sell 115 acres for L. A. Collins and Joe Willock, 115 acre farm. A "dandy" good one, 1 mile Campbellsville, will be subdivided. Located on btone Quarry Road. It has new Tobacco 8 room residence, new Bank Barn 40x40. also good tennant barn 36x40x20, other house. This farm is well watered, in high state of cultivation, ready to "punch", 25 acres in cultivation, rest in grass. Plenty of timber for fencing and wood. Be sure to look at this one. Just after the sale of this farm promptly at 1 o'clock, will sell the Large Frame Building in Campbellsville 'now occupied by Ernest Graves as a feed store. On Public Square just in front of Court House. New roof in good state of repair. Accessible to street in front and alley in rear, thus an ideal location for Garage and Auto sales room. To show the above farm and store room see Mr. Graves or Mr. Willock. ALSO out-buildings, October 15, Two More GOOD Farms. tend the sales. body. We guarantee a square deal to every- IMMEDIATELY after the sale of the store room and PROMPTLY AT TWO'CLOCK, will sell the farm of C. M. Durham, 162 Acres, 3 miles Campbellsville, on the Railroad at Arista. Will be sold in 2 TRACTS. ACRES WITH FIVE ROOM house, stock barn, tobacco barn, silo and other TRACT NO. out-buildin- 178J 83i g ACRES, FOUR ROOM,HOUSE stock barn, granery and other buildings, all like new. This is a "corking" good little farm of 162 acres or two smaller farms. Nearly level, everlasting water, 45 acres in corn, 2 acres tobacca, 30 acres clover, 8 acres wheat stubble. This shows what this farm will produce all crops To show this farm see Mr. Durham or W. C. Payne. TRACT NO. 2-- These farms are all accessibe to and close to schools and churches and also to Campbellsville, one of the best little towns in the state with population ot 3000, noted for its hospitable people, fine schools and churches, graded and high schools, Baptist college with large endowment. 3 Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouses, two Newpapers, Banks, Markets, progressive business merchants, Hotels, beautiful homes. For further particulars see the owners or get in touch with W. E. Moss or R. H. Denver at my Danville offices or W. A. Dickerson at my Lancaster offices. Mr. Denver will be in Campbellsville MONDAY X IMPOSSIBLE to give complete details in an advertisement." All we ask is look at these different farms and at the llth and Sales. he and I will beTihere during the 3 days GET THE DATES! SWINEBR.OAD J2 f Ik The Real Estate Man Sales Manager. Lancaster, Kentucky.