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STATEMENT OF THE OWNEB-SHIP- , MANAGEMENT, CIRCULAside Columbia District;: TION, ETC, REQUIRED BY THE 51-I am a candidate for Member of the I will hold a sale of 18 head of high Mr. W P. Nunnally, Louisville, BY E. T., KE3TPEE. U.CT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, of Adair called 'last Thursday, to supply School Board and I solicit your votes. class Eegistered Saddle hordes Oct. our The loose leaf warehouse at Burkes County News, published weekly at rug men. T. A. HOILADAY. The Geogolical Survey is authority 29th, at 1:30 p, m. Any one interestville has shut down and the property Ky., for Oct., .1, 1920. for the 'statement that ..we have al- Columbia, Mr. Scott Isbell, Rowliug Green, ed write me for catalogue. will be sold. Mr. W. E. Sarvent and wife reached 1. That the names ana addresses of ready produced 5,000,000,000 barrels of G. L. Jones, was in town a few days ago. the publisher, editor, and business J. H. Young, this place, sold a pair Columbia last Wednesday afternoon, crude oil, and that the recoverable HatcVer, Ky. Mr. Wm. Bobson, of Jamestown, manager are: en route for Creelsboro.'' Mr. Sarvent mare mules in Lebanon the other day preserves are estimated to yield wes here last week. P. O. ADDRESS NAME OF resides in Cleveland, Ohio, and he is Columbia boasts of having the best for 8450 cash.' barrels additional. Publisher, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Mr W. S. Leach and Mr. C. P Hob-so-n, the Vice President the Bagdad Oil wagon and machine shop In all this Columbia, Ky. The Palmer Oil & Gos Company, Jamestown, were here last Thursnow in a very. healthy Company. Columbia is part of the State. It is the property operating on the Sam Royse farm near Editor, J. E. Murrell, day. conpition not a serious case of sickColumbia, Ky. Miss Mabel Hindman, who taught of Mr. S. F. Eubagk and it is located ton, are running their big drilling Managing Editor, MrsDaisy Hamlett, Mr. Baruch Royse, who has been town. ness in two weeks at Marrowbone, resigned on Water Street. The proprietor rig to its full capacity, and very satis- Business Manager, Mrs.Daisy Hamlett, employed at Sac City, Iowa, returned, r keeps a splendid stock of all kinds of . An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Asa her position and returned home some home last Thursday. materialin his line, and he has help factory progress is being made with Columbia, Ky. Stanton, who live near Jamestown, days ago. She says that her only the work. Mr. H. M. Noe, Stanford, made a Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, Owner. reason for resigning is, that she be- sufficient to turn out work rapidly. died a few- days ago. It is a shop that Columbia has long Mr. Dallas, - Goff, one of our local Known bondholders, mortgagees, business trip to this place last Thurs- - J came dissatisfied. Mr. Elmer Keene is now an assist needed. When you are in need of any drillers, has- just closed a contract and other security holders, owning 1 day. a good boxfbur eye cook kind of repairs you can get them. with the Decatur Drilling Syndicate, per cent or more of I have He Mr. E. B. Barger, who was with the ant at the Columbia total, amount of stove for sale. See O T Thomas at Decatur, III., to put down three wells Is a good man for the place. bonds, mortgages, or other securitiese Columbus, Ohio, team thisseason. re- Lindsey-Wilsot For Sale. at the very, earliest possible date on a (If there are none, so state.) None. turned home last week. Sam Burdette will have a mule sale certain lease near Barkerton, Cumber' Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. Mr. John Q. Alexider, Louisville, at Albany next Saturday. He will Mr. Geo. E. Wilson, who is employA farm of 73 acres, good dwelling-housland county. Subscribed to and sworn before me visited the Columbia merchants last ed at the Cumberland Grocery Comfine water, good boundary' of take over 20 head' of good ones. drilling rig this 28th day?of Sept, 1920 Anew and pany, was quite lame several days of timber, 8 miles East of Colgmbla,on week. from the Armstrong factory, WaterPhelps Bros, bought 35 head of cat- last week. He was unloacing some public road. Emily CoDover- Leonora Lowe. seal: Mr. E..B. McLean, Louisville, called loo, Iowa, is now on the way here to tle, from different' parties over the paper roofing, one roll falling upon his Notary Public Adair County, Ky upon his Columbia customers a few by the contrabtors In sinking county. They paid from 3 to 8 cents. left foot, hurting itseverely. Stray. ., My commission expires Jan. 20th., ago. the first well for the Columbia Devel 1921. Misses Bettie and Mamie Smith Mr.-T- . W., Taylor, Campbellsville, For Sale. There a ooal black brood sow at my opment Company. The location has have taken rooms in the Hancock made his regular trip to this place last Farmer's Union Speaking. place: Will weight 250 pounds, also a not as yet been definitely decided upbuilding, on Burkesville street, for the week, spending a part of two days. One good Jersey cow and one black black shoat. weight about 75 pounds. on, but it will very close in, and it is winter. Mr. V. W. Blakeley, Danville, was Hon. George McKelvey, National orcow. The owner can have same by paying confidently expected gas will be found The Fiscal Couit was in session in sufficient quantities to supply the ganizer, and E. L. Harrison President upon our streets a few days since. Mrs. L. E. Bradley, expenses. Saturday. 49-Kentucky State Farmers Union, will Mis3 Maude Smallwood,of Louisville, from last Tuesday until town. Columbia, Ky, J. C Holladay, Columbia, Ky speak at the following places In Adair is visiting Miss MaryMlller, of thi3 the usual amount in claims was About t. Mr. Geo. H. Palmer, president of Mr. Willis Loy, has .sold his effects allowed. city. the Palmer Oil & Gas Company, visit- Co., at 7 p. m. at Genyille and has removed to ColumTabor, Monday night, Oct. 25. ed Akron, Ohio last week for the pur .Mr. R. E. Lloyd, of the Jamestown Paid List. Rev. Jesse L. Murrell will preach at bia. He has embarked in the grocery Montgomery, Tuesday night Oct. 26. bar was here a few days ago: pose of securing certain equipment Garlin next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 business, his location being in the , It Sparksville, Wednesday night, Oct.--, Miss Pearl Bradshaw, whois engag-e- d The following are new paidsubscrlb from the Star Drilling Machinery o'clock. The appointment for the Mill district. He is a good citizen and 27. our issue ofiast Company. When Mr. Palmer needs at Burnside, was at home last week. forenoon is called in. we trust that his business will prove ers and renewals since Egypt, Thursday "night, Oct. 28. supplies he don't 'wait to send for Tuesday. Mr. W. K. Irvine, Creelsboro, vas profitable. A part of the machinery for J. T. Howard Miller, Mrs. Mary Lee Fra-ze- r, them, but rather he goes and gets . Cane Valley, Friday night Oct. 29. here a few days since. .Columbia, Court House, Saturday, Lloyd's grist mill has arrived, and the W. E. Sargent, F. R. Alien, Edgar them, and than sees that.they come at For Sale. Mr and Mrs. Charles Pyle and son, Oct 30, 1 p. m. other will be here soon.' The mill- F. Royse, C. C. Yates, Fannie Blake once. of Lincoln county, and Mrs. Lee Tu-house will soon be ready. A large supply of piping for the ney, of Danville, arrived last Thursday Duroc Jersey brood man, J. W. Vaughan.MIss Rose Hyed,. Twothoubred Married at Greensburg. J. E Winfrey, Mrs. Joe Young. : Southern Oil & Rationing Company Mrs. Nora Johnson, of Cqburg,who sows Extra good ones to spend a few days with their mother Denver, Coin., was received here the W. Johnson, and a J as. Holladay, was the wife of J. Last Wednesday afternoon at I Mrs. J. S. Breeding. Births. t latter part of last week, and it was o'clock, in the Methodist church Mr. J. E. Carnahan, Canton, O,hio, Columbia, Ky. . very estimable woman, died In a hosimmediately forwarded by teams to pitable at Lebanon last week. Greensburg, Miss Mattie Lee Moss, an was here a few days ago. Mr. Scott Pemberton, who, ia years Recently to the wife of Charles Bakerton where the Company is attractive and popular young lady, a Rev. J. p! Embry and wife, from the past, visited Columbia often, buying Morrison, a son. The schoob in this place are equippjn&its wells, lately brought in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A G. Moss, lower end of the county, spent last nicely. A large number will mules, fell, ironrhis bed in Horse-CavTo 'the wife of Simon Taylor, a son. there, for pumping. An expert field was married to Mr! J'. W. Buchanan, Thursday night at the Jeffries Hotel. after the a few nights ago, breaking one of his enter the Llndsey-Wllso- n man has baen sent on from Denver, To the wife of S. P. Hudson, a son. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Buchanan, Rev. Embry had been to a Conference. farmB. hips He was dreaming and thought fall work is over on the s To the wife of J. P. Cundiff, Oct. and he will take personal charge of Campbellsville, and a popular salesMr. B. Whitis, who is connected a horse was pursuing him. He is 85 the work and push it forward as fast man deUgent inquiry as years We have made for Buchanan Lyon Company. with the Carnahan Comhany, spent old, and a very fine Kentucky 7th, a daughter. as" conditions wiU'permit. ceremony was performed by Rev. several days of last week in Columbia. to the damage of the recent frost over gentleman. The To the wife of Trabue Shearer, Oct. n Mr. J. E. Carnahan, of Canton.Ohio W C. Christie. After the ceremony the county. Most generally the an2nd., a daughter. Mr. R. D Judd, wife and baby, Jel-ll- co n one of the and. 'prominent In all malarial countries the popswer came, "no serious damage." couple 'eft on a short bridal tour the Tenn.spent two days with relaoperators of the country, and head of They will reside at Campbellsville. ular remedy is Heroine. People find Eloped to Tennessee. tives last week. Cull Lumber for Sale. the CarnaharjQU Company, now drill-to- g it a good medicine for purifying the ' Mr. WuT. McFarland arrived from so extensively in this territory, arReturned to the Jail. system and. warding off the disease. Last Friday night Mr. Zolo HamMichigan last Thursday night, looking rived in town Thursday night and will' $2.00 per hundred, at my mill in. Co- Price, 60c. SoM by Prull Drug Co. monds, son of Mr and Mrs. W. H. good. Two weeks' ago wa announced ; Elsey' Young spend some time in inspecting the lumbia. Roby Johnson, one of the prisoners was premature. In talking with men who live in Hammonds, Glenville, and Bdiss Ket- Company's operations this section. who escaped from Jail last Sunday his arrival which tle Blair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lavarious sections of the county, we We are informed that the white' Mrs. T. G. Santord and Mrs. N. C. Mr. W. E. Sarvent, of New York afternoon week, came in vednesday who do not learn that the rural schools of Adair Melvin Blair, same community, eloped dles, of Adair bounty, , afternoon and surrendered to Jailer Grohane, Tampa, Fla who visited in want to see another war,, are almost are better attended than in any year to Tennessee where they were mar- City, one of the high officials of the country, left Tarter. Two friends came with himi Columbia .and out in the in the past, ThisJs due to the truant ried. They returned Saturday, after- Bagded Oil Company, operating in solidly for the League qf Nations. They and they said that Johnson came to for their home Friday afternoon. officer, Dr. Frank, jWinfrey, who visits noon and received the blessings' of the Creelsboro, field, was here one day were accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. During the progress of the meeting the districts, and sees their parents. last week on his way to the field, them, asking that they accompany that every child Fetna Eubank, who will spend the i at the Baptist church which closed of school age attends: where he- expects to spend several him to Columbia. i They will go McAllister, the other prisoner, vcho winter in Florida. Doing Nicely. Sunday night, there were ten or fif days. Mr Sarvant talked very optiD. C , Lincoln Farm, teen additions, by profession and let Wanted. mistically regarding this section as escaped, is still at large, but it is beMamouth Cave and Nashville. ter. A very favorable report comes from proving to be a great oil field, and he lieved that he will either be caught I Mr. J. C. Holladay is in Louisville A white woman to cook at Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Goodman, who are stated he and his rssoclates are plan- or that he will come in and surrender. Mr. D. E. Phelps sold a car load of Wilson Training School. Good Sal- in Indianapolis, being treated by Dr. ning extensive development work in It may develop now how the escape this week, serving on the Federal hogs and cattle in Louisville last was made. It is the general opinion petit Jury. ary and Jboard. L F.Page. Mr. Goodman writes that this territory. week at the market price. He stated that some one who knew where the Mr. W R. Myers and wife, Mr. Til-de- n R. V. Bennett, Columbia, Ky. lhe doctor has stated that his lungs The Daniel Boone Oil Company, keys were kept, slipped into on his return that the market was acWilcoxson and wife, and Mi33 the jail were not involved, and that his trou- - Lexington, have begun drilling operative. . Only seventeen days from the date Mattie Keltner were in Louisville a ble was his throat, and that he was tions in Cumberland County, and they and. unlocked the, door. Mr. Sam Kash, of Clay county, and of this paper until the November elecfew days of last week. rapidly being cured. Mrs. Goodman will push development work in that Mr. W. A. Coffey, this place, are riow tion. The speakers on both sides are Visited the County farm. Mr. Jo Knlfley, Assistant Cashier of is also receiving treatment, and she is section. These people are numbered speaking in the interest of the Repub- shelling'the woodsXThe colored voters the Bank of Columbia, who made a getting along nicely. This report will gmong the progressive operators of lican party throughout the county of are more active than ever before Thursday the Fiscal Court of visited to the State of Washington and Last be glady received by the many, friends the country, and they believe in doing Adair county, including County Judge Adair. known throughout the State. Hence Mootana, returned home last ThursMr. and Mrs. Goodman. of things. They were pioneers In the it is very important'tha't every Demo and County Attorney W. A. day. Sinclair Born, to the wife of E. A. Dunbar, Lincoln county, Ky., Field, where they woCoffey, visited the County farm, hear on October 4th, a daugh- cratic man and Meeting Closes., f Jamestown, Mr. Frank Waggener went to Loulsr have several wells under pump; and man vote in the approaching election. Uncle" ville and heard Gov. Cox speak. He Montpeller. They found ter. The mother is doing well and the they, constructed their own pipe line keeper, at home and says was a great treat to hear himr father is walking around, apparently The C. W. Hagan Agency, Lebanon, it The meeting at the Baptist Church from their wells to Waynesburg, on Charley Roe, the gave them a hearty welcome. and he good health. in advertises three valuable farms for closed last Sunday night.. During its the Queen & Cresent Ry. that he would have been glad if After conversing socially for a few every voter In Adair county had been sale In this issue of The News. Read. progress there were several, who unitScott Isbell, a United States GoverA private phone message received minutes the entire party took a stroll descriptions, and if their are par- ed with the Church. Rev. J. B. Dresent. nment officer, was herelast Friday the s here from Creelsboro Monday noon over the farm, finding it in ties in this section of the State who who did the preaching, is a Mr. J. E. Winfrey, Kimball, West gathering evidence, as we were told, conveys the information that the condition. "Uncle" Charley takes are in need of farms, located in a minister of unusual ability, and while brother of Mr. L. C. Winfrey, against certain parties suspected of Oil Syndicate, operating on great pride in keeping it clean, and he Va, splendid county, they should attend here he delivered many strong dis- Beacon been visiting, here for several violating the revence laws. the farm of Campbell Brothers, has grows a lot of stuff in the way of veg- has ' these sales. courses. Besides theconversions, the days. just drilled in well No. with 200 feet etables for the inmates, to all of whom was greatly revived. Prof. Mrs. J. S. Breeding, who has been Church Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, and her two of oil in the hole, and rising rapidly. he is especially kind. An Orator Coming. Elsey, who conducted .the song serconfined for several months, improves f vice, delivered anumber of beautiful The report also said the new well was Returning to the dwelling Mrs. Roe sons, Edward and Barksdale, and litr very slowly. She is having the best conceded by the oil fraternity there to announced dinner, which proved a tie daughter, Margaret, made a busU Rev. George M. Himmond.'D. D.. a solos, and made,, many friends in of attentlon,and her her many friends be far the best "strike" yet made in most magnificent affair, consisting of ness trip to Greensburg last Saturday great orator, will speak to the people would be glad to again see her out. of Columbia, Ky , at the Methodist that field. everything good, for the palate, and Mr. J. T. Goodman and wife have prepared in such a manner as to please just returned from Indianapolis. Dr. R. H. Price, vho recently re- Church, Sunday, at 11 a m. Oct., 17, Mrs. Mr. J.. F. Montgoomery. and Mr. L. turned from Boyle county, brought on the greatest PaH In fn "nAmnmo C. Winfrey were in Jamestown last Lambert Willin, a fourteen year old the most exacting epicurean, L. F. Page treated Mr. Goodman and. , excellent fruit grown in The Lecture ia free and everybody in- week, taking depositions in a land suit, son of Isaac Willfo, Joppa-- was out home some he is now on the highroad to recovery. My home in Tutt addition is for his shotgun a few days ago, and that county. She sent1 a pare and vited to hear this great man on this Lawless & Lawless against Stephens with Mr. S. E. Shlvely, who made a trip sale. It Is a five room cottage, good apple to this office weighing over one great question in which we are all so & Stephens, et al. It is the largest in climbing a fence it Was accidentally to his farms ia North Dakota, return--e-d water and In a good neighborhood pound each for which we were very, much Interested. People out of town suit that has been filed in the llussell dlschargedithe load entering one of his home Saturday night. Mrs Byron Montgomery. arms. are cordially invited. thankful. circuit court for many years. the Voters of Adair County out Approaching Sale. OIL NEWS. PERSONAL 7,000,-000,0- 00 ' - post-offic- e. n. 50-2- e, ..up-to-da- te . be-use- d -- tf 5l-2- . 49-3- - . pro-gresl- ng e well-know- ' ''.- - -- - V c every-Democratl- . . C " De-Garm- o, first-clas- -- . -- . - ' . f ' ?...-- r i T'-- x k. ;.-- i' -- M- - v "y ' r V ) ? i$fc V ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - -' &lrtfy.. -- ' his mill to White Oak where he Many of the News suscribers. Mr. J. G. Turner is quits sick continues sawing. at this writing with a billioua at- Miss Lois Parnell visited rela- will have read Forrest Crissey's recent Saturday Evening Post tives at Spurlington last week. tack. Messers. Roy and Luther Born to the wife of Willis Had-le- y Articles, wherein Mr. Crissey gives some very interesting ina daughter. Wheat, of Illinois, are spending formation regarding Kentucky's few days with their mother Mrs. agricultural progress. This forNotice. Mclntier. ward movement is being brought Mr. Amos Loy and wife and Notice is hereby given that a poll about by the States Relations little son Edward were visiting will be opened and an election held in Service of the U. S. Department the family of Mr. Dallas Firqiiin Grady ville voting precinct No. 10 on of Agriculture, through County of Sparksville, Sunday. the Regular election day in November Agricultural Agents, the Boy and Mr. Leslie Bryant, who has 1920, to ascertain the will of the votquestion as to whether or girls club leaders, and Home been spending several days at ers on the not they wish cattle or stock of any Demonstration Agents of Amerhome, will return to Louisville kind to run at large on the Public ica. this week, where he is employed. Highways and uninclosed lands of Mr. Geoff ery Morgan, State Mr. Marion McElroy, of Blair Baid precinct. Agricultural Agent for Kentucky Witness my hand thisSept. 1st 1920. Okla., and his brother, Arch Mcgive's the following statistics to Attest. S. C. Neat Clerk A. C. C. Elroy, of Esto, Russell county, Mr. Crissey: Crocus. were visiting relatives at this Since this work has been going place recently. on, there has been an increase Fodder saving and mollases from 1614 silos to 4116 in the Messers. Wm and Elbert Tabor are to have a sale the ninth of making is the order of the day 53 counties covered by county October. They will go to some in this town. agents. Where only 1905 tons of point in Oregon where they have Dealie Aaron visited Lizzie of limestone were being used, a brother. Spoon one evening last week. there were 83,137 tons put on the Master H. Mackey Spoon, the The singing at Mt. Zion Church lands. An increase of from 15,496 little son of June Spoon, is very last Sunday was largely attended. sick with something like ErysipAn increase in the average of Mr. Thomas Grant made a bus elas. iness trip to Jamestown last soy beans from 3286 to 28,971. This legume is extremel helpful Mr. J. Darnell will leave some week. time this week for Louisville and Mr. Liston Antle and Granville to the soil. other points to find a location. If Aaron, made a business trip to Sweet clover average from II, he succeeds he will return and Russell Springs one day last 145 to 33,015. Where only 2113 tons of acid have a sale at once. week. phospate were being used, 18,863 Mr. W. L. Bennet and family, The pie supper at Simpson visited at Glensfork Saturday and School house last Friday night tons are being used now. Sunday and attended the base- was a success. Mr. .Logan Ken- - In Graves county three years ball game Saturday afternoon be net received the cake as a prize ago only JO farmers were shipp- AAA tween Denmark and Glensfork. for being the ugliest man on the ing cream. Last year over zuu farms shipped cream and brought Denmaak was victorious the grounds. over $30,000 into the county, score being 12 to 8. Mr. Thomas Grant, wife and The boys and girls are forming baby visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pure Breed" Clubs for poultry Notice. Bloyd, on Crocus Creek, last and livestock. Sunday. All of these things are pushing Notice is hereby given that a poll Mr. Thomas Grant sold his new Kentucky right into the forewill be opened and n election held in Nell voting precinct No. 11 on the grist mill, which he was operat ground of agricultural states, and Regular election day in November, ing near here, to Wellie Grant, the Department of Agriclture is 1920, to ascertain the will of the votconsideration, $400. helping. Use their service-morers on the question as to whether or Mr. Willie Gifford and wife vis- Ask their advice and maybe you not they wish oattle or stock of any kind to run at large on the Public ited Emmet Spoon laat Sunday. can double your crops next year. Highways and uninclosed lands of Little Ruth Grant was visiting They are glad to help you if you said precinct. will take the time to write them. her grandparents last Sunday. Witness my hand this Sept. 1st 1920. . Every manufacturer worth anyAttest. S. C. Neat Clerk A.'C. C. thing spares neither time nor efNotice. How fort in keeping Knifley. We have a number of farms in Adair about the farmer? Usually he is county, Ky. Also several residences The health of the community in Columbia, Ky., for sale- Write to willing to stick to the old, things. Don't be afraid to is very good at the present time. or call on Cravens & Neat, try new things. They may Making molasses and saving dealers, office on 2nd floor of Jeffries .' mean much to you. The fellow f Bldg. fodder tops is the order of the who keeps up with the times is day. Flashlights. the one who is going to win out. Mr. Paul Wright visited his Notice. parents Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sometime that wise look men Wright, of near Campbellsville, wear is only skin deep, too. To each Election officer that are last Saturday till Monday. Nobody ever 'made a good job holding keys to locks on Ballot boxes, Mr. Dempsy Bault visited his of trying to be somebody else. will please send them in to this office at your first convenience, and save sister, Mrs. Alvin Beams of Rus Money changes a mans condi- cost of buying new Locks and oblige. sell county, from Saturday till S. C. Neat, C A. C. C. tion but it never alters the man. Monday. Unfortunately history is not Born, to the wife of Leslie written on the great things we Some Postscripts. Tucker, Sept. 26th a son. are all going to do tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault spent The boy who takes pride in his last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. work is some day going to have Veterinary Surgeon and Denlisl s of a W. E. Bryant. work he can be provd of. I'.ii.'i-- s lJjonhatrevinoYedJ ; -- JgtMiPftgr$Sjtv' - m o-W. &'a& wcyVsH.-.- . DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. ' Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store Dealer In All . kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness and Farming Implements. A carefully selected stock of Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Oils, A Tinware, Wagon, Paints Full Line of Farm Implements i We Also Handle Auto Supplies We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our line -- DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries Old Stand Phone 171 Columbia, Kentucky. aaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaa 4 STORE A Q e OF QUALITY up-to-dat- e. out-of-da- te - real-esta- te 47-t- a & Men and Boys clothing Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No tions, shoes and Slippers for Everyone. f p 4 CARPET5, RUGS and FURNITURE -- 49-- 2t ' s' L. H. - Jones Progress Range Stoves Several from this section the camp meeting at Acton Sunday. Born.to the wife of Silas Christie, Sept., 29th, a daughter. Miss Bessie Absher visited Mr. W. H. ABsher last Wednesday at-tend- There are other things to get besides riches a reputation for honor and squrre dealing is one them. Some people are sure they would have done better than the otherlpeople, if they had. been night. in the other people's places. Miss Edith Chelf spent last One way to keek your credit Saturday and Sunday Miss Ina good is never to have anything Hovious of Acton, and attended charged to your account which the camp meeting. you cannot afford to pay cash for. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beard visitNotice. . ed the latters brother, Mr. Tom Hancock last Saturday and SunThe Tax Books are now in my hands, day. and the taxes are due, come in and Miss Nellie Gose visited at the 'settle same at once, the sooner paid. ed Special attention g iven Disease "Domes ti 3 Animals 1 mile of town, on Office at Re - .tc rown cad Columbia, Ky. HENRY W. DEPP, rwarrtfTiST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. i 8 Albin Murray Coljumbia, Phone 12 J. v- - &L . Ke ntucRy. T .Next Door to The Adair County New Office. A Read the "Ads" in The News and be posted. V home of Mr. Jim Tom Hardin of Elkhorn last Saturday and Sun the better for hoth you and the Stoeri iff. . Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. All day; 43-- tf Cortex Sanders, SherkS, Adair County, Kyv fU ADIR COUNTY NEWS BIG MEN ENDORSE NEW SCHOOL LAW v., Democratic Senator and Republican Leader In Accb'rfl On Welfare of Children Senator J. C. V. Becknmn was seen some time ago by your staff representative who asked the Senator for his views upon the new County School Administration Law. The Senator's very hopeful statement is given in full below : m "While I have not had a chance to the entire school law passed by the last session of the Legislature, .1 have been Informed of its general provisions and am very hopeful that it will accomplish great good for our county schools and enable them to make greater progress than ever. "It is hardly necessary for me to say how deeply interested I am in the school work in our'State, for during the time I was a member of the Legislature, and Governor, I always gave especial consideration to the progress and development of our school system. It is a great work. The rural schools have not, bt course, had the advantages of the city schools, and I earnestly hope that the new system adopted under this law maj prove satisfactory and successful in every way. "I understand that under the new law County Boards of Education are to be elected in the state on November 2nd. and I trust that the people of every county will realize the great importance of this election and see to it that the best persons possible to secure for that work shall be elected. "The success of the law will depend to a very considerable extent upon the character and intelligence of those who make oip these county boards. "There is no more important work in our State than the Improvement and development of our schools, and especially, the rural schools. I was for three years a teacher in the common schools in this State, and I have realize that good schools for all of the children are the solid foundation stones upon which a republic like ours is erected. Good schools mean anv educated public which will think sanely, act sanely and vote sanely at all times and'on all'questions. That every child, everywhere may be educated, good schools must exist in our cities, in our small towns and in our most remote rural districts. "Man of our large cities and towns have developed strong school systems CLOTHIN k i:1 am now ready fco f. 'supply young men, old men and boys rhave an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. ,1 can interest you in prices. If you need any with clothing, thing in this line, call at once. SHOES! SHOES!! I My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. Hon. A. T. Hert. which are giving splendid service. A few of the rural districts in Kentucky , have done the same thing for but mar j- counties have been backward in giving the country child eds a real opportunity .for a ucation because of laws which have permitted the schools to be pulled into local politics. "It is indeed fortunate that botli of the political parties in Kentucky at the last session of the Legislature laid aside all party feeling, got together and passed a group of strong school laws that will remake the rural schools. These new school laws will practically take the County Boards of Education and the County Superintendent out of politics and keep them out of politics if the voters will think of the children when they go to the polls in No ember. then-children- L I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. first-clas- w Itmatters not what you-need O at living prices'. Rid- - 111 w '' have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them ing and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. on "Every right thinking man and woman should vote for strong men for the new County Boards of Education. These right thinking people should also urge others to do likewise that every small school shall be developed to serve the children, and in serving the children make the State what it should be in the f uture.j; DON'T the farm, I can please you in the article andjprice. SKIMP ON SCHOOLS news-pape- WO Senator J. C. W. Beckham. always watched, with particular care, the development of our school system, and aided in it whenever possible. I am truly glad, too, that provision lias been made for increased salaries for our school teachers. Considering the work they do, so important and so far reaching, training the minds and characters of our children, they have been paid inexcusably low salaries and no class of people deserve increased pay more than tliey do." The Hon. A. T. Hert, National Committeeman for the Republican party, sent the following strong statement for publication concerning the election of County Boards of Education- under the new law next November: "Every right thinking man and woman in this enlightened age must - ODSON LEWIS KENTUCKY. i v.. 1 r in Every magazine and the land is printing editorials concerning the schools of the nation. The Youth's Companion has the following to say concerning the schools in America: "The schools of America were founded and maintained by sacrifice; only so can they be preserved. The teacher must be convinced of the value and dignity of his service that he will not lightly abandon it for some occupation that offers more ease or excitement or money. And on the other hand the public must stop being niggardly. It must tax itself more heavily for schools than it has been in the habit of doing, and it must pay salaries that do not degrade the teacher in the eye of the community. Wherever else a county must skimp, let it not skimp on its schools." GKJEENSBURG, 'v "v A v a . . .. a.. Tribute of Respeci. On Friday afternoon, Septf.,10, 1920 Mr. Horace K. Alexander, passed away at his home on .Columbia avenue. His last illness - THE NEWI DAVID AND GOLIATH a i II ii . iff! VflB lix&r I though long and- painftl was patiently endured. He often spoke of how good it was ' to be at home where he could have the tender ministrations of his faithful wife and devoted daughters. A host of good friends, too, sought to alleviate his sufferings.. He wa3 one of ten children the sons of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Alexander. His father came to this state when quite a boy from Culpepper county Virginia. He was borr, lived and died in Cumberland county. He was sixty five years of age and is survived by his wife, who was Miss Cora Williams, by his two daughters, Martha King and Mary Preston, and by one sister, Mrs. Godfrey Hunter, of Louisville, and one brother, ChaL W. Alexander of Burksville. Bro. Alexander was a courteous . gentleman, thoughtful always of others, with high respect, for womanhood and a good kind word for everybody. f He was a man of great energy, gifted with a quick bright mind and a fine constitution. He had weaknesses, who has none? No one was more sensible of them than himself. During his last months he faced the future with calm confidence, relying implicitly and whole heartedly on the Savior. He died leaning on the Everlasting Arms.'" His funeral was conducted by the writer on Saturday, Sept., llth.in the Burkesville Christian Church in the presence of large concourse of relatives, friends, and acquaintances whom he greatly loved. His mortal remains were laid to rest in the Burkesville cemetery to await the patient call of the son of God, May the comfort of Heaven abide with his stricken family. all-suffic- ient LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. i Utters strong courses in trades. High School, Normal, Piano and! Voice, Athletics under a trained athlets. Wholesome environment, Student body of high moral character. Rates $18G.OO a year. Catagogue upon request. R. V. Bennett, B. A. Principal. YES IT That last year's suitor dress can be made to appear like a Nev One. ' Send Via Parcel Post. ' S09 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYEHS (incorporated) LouisviJle, Ky. Judd Bros, have commenced Mr. Overcoats and cloaks were very comCurt Yarberry's residence, one mile fortable last Thursday. Look out for frost. If you have not dug your Keutuky's 1920 census wts given to and a half from town, on tVe pike. It is to be a very they are in danger; of getting the public last Thursday. The popu handsome building. bit. lation of the state is 2,416,013, a- - gain of 126,103. This is an Increase' of 5 5 Mr..Sam Burdette went to LexingMr J. B. Higgenbottom, of Creels-borper cent in the last decade, compared ton last weekend in Fayette" county-hwas here last Thursday. In rewith 6 6 per cent in previous period. gard to the oil situation in his localbought 32 yearling and two year old. good mules. They will be put on Lander Bryant,teachcr of the school ity, he said: "There is no material . in District 53 Adair Co , raised 321.47 change. Two wells, that were sunk the market in this section., Children's Home Society build- some time rgo have some oil. and rwo for the C. E Young & Co have justinstalling fund. This is much more than others are being drilled". on the Cqmpany V farm ed a saw-mi- ll their quato. Who will be next? near Montpelier. They expect toc'ut We were in error last week when we stated that Eev. A. L. Mell was sent, 150,000 feet, and will starts the' saw Jas. Hoy has purchased Elmer 1 v. Keene's one half interest in the gro- by Conference, to Clifty, Ky. He this. cnlani)Trl cery store on the north east corner of went to Bardstown, a US THAI NEXT JOB Kev". M. M. Murrell IVJIVE. the square, and will continue the busi- appointment. OUR WORK ISrUE-TO-TT-E' remains at Calhoun. ness, same stand. -- ' vV. B. T. ' Burksville, Ky. Camp-bellsvil- le sweet-potatoe- i o, e -- X - Z'r' . VV -- rjrKjr-- w ,""! 4 rsv ""i 1 V , fr' li 3 SA TflE ApAiCPDRTI -. ft.KWi r 'df& WfiOKWiottM Have ThrougfttJt. x. va -- , y ?' TWO Jya. 'At Vl i AUCTION OF THE- MM COUNTY FAfiSIS ' r. tr. : I 19 at AUCTION Of Sam Burdette, Recently Bought from John A. Wathen and Known as Mrs. Kate Spalding Farm, 1 Miles of Lebanon, on Springfield Pike, 220 Acre Farm October 20th and 2 1st R. H. RUSSELL and D. P. SANDERS and SONS THE RUSSELL FARM-- of 270 seres will be subdivided and sold WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 20th, at 10 o'clock, in 3 tracts 100 acres 40 acres 130 acres. Located on Robinson's Creek pike, 2 miles south of Camp--bellsvill- Tuesday, October 3:30 O'clock P. M. 15-acr- On this farm there is considered one of the best built brick residences with water and bath, necessary outbuildings, a tennant house in the yard, one of the best stock barns that money can all build, with running water; concrete silo, 14x40; a tobacco barn and a new brick tennant house of four rooms. This farm has, on it 100 acres of valuable Cartwright ceek bottom land. It e lies almost in a perfect square, and a man can stand in the back yard and see over the entire farm. It is well watered by ponds, springgs, pools and running streams and is under good fence. Mr. Wathen bought this farm from the Spaulding estate about three years ago and has spent thousands of dollars improving same If a man wants to be able to say he owns the best farm that money can buy here it is. Mr. Burdette owns a valuable big river farm in Adair county and is considered one of the biggest mule men in ten States. He realizes that he has more land than he can look after. Through persuasion on our part, we succeeded in getting him to put this land up to the high dollar. It is all in grass except a small part of tne bottom land and is one of the best farms in five counties. Theee are a hundred, things, that could be said about this farm that we wilhnot burden you with. Just think! You are close enough to walk to town, church and school. It is between two of the best county seats in Central Kentucky and surrounded by the best land in Marion county which has been selling from $250.00 an acre- to $300.00 per acre in the past four months. A man could buy this valuable tract of land with 100 acres of creek bottom, if he didn't 'hive a dollar, and pay for it in three short years. We will give $10.00 to the one guessing nearest, what this land brings. Free automobiles to take the crowd to and from the sale, and the Lebanon band to entertain you while you thiDk. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. Anyone interested in this land will see John A. Wathen at the farm or Sam Bnrdette a .Colnmbia, Ky, - it "v Wednesday and Thursday e. - NO. NO. 1100 other t'k his 2- - 40 acres. acres,jvvith7 room dwelling, barn and fifaiown as theFawcett faring 3 room house and small barn. NO 3. 130 acres, 6 room house, stock barn and other outbuildings. These 3 tracts of land r arj- - all good,, well located, l J J, I is productive and somebody may- secure a bargain as Mr. Russell says "sell". No strings to one will own it as our contract calls for an absolute sale without reserve, d or or limit. Look this over before sale day - it-s- ome by-bi- Cm C. W. HAGAN W. HAGAN AGENCY LEB-AJNTOjN", KY. remember we sell the way the buyers want it. Miller and Gabbert, local representatives on Russell sale. If you want to buy two tracts together or all of it R. M. SPALDING .Adair. Gourvty (u Nevis Published Wednesdays. (U Golam6ia Kentucky- ,V v jW- -. V Editor that if he was elected to Con-grMor WRS. DAISY HAM LETT he would favor a better bill, ( that would redown to their in- Democratic newrpaper devoted to the Interest He stood with President the City of Columbia mad th ptopl of Adair terest. adjoining conntiei. md Wilson and Gov. Cox on the League of Nations, as the only as second ntered at the Columba' means of bringing about a lastmatter. . FjyjRRBLU," es ! Post-offi- claim, said the Judge, to be in favor of ths bonus bill, vet they failed to pass the bill. He stat-edltbhe had done all he could as a civilian for the soldiers, and at mail WED. OCT,. 13. 1920. Subscription Price 1st and!2nd Postal Zone 50 per yer. AH Zones berond 2nd $i00 perlyear . Subscription due and Payable in" Advance A. 9 ) NO. acres with 6 room house, new, and new "Now what is the objection to barn 20x36, crib and granary. Hon. King Swope, his appo-nen- t, the League and Treaty? In the JUDGE GILBERT IN THE COUNTY. telling main it is this; that we will be received several NO. acres with 5 room house, front and back Last Saturday afternoon the slaps. He said that every relgious drawn into, every difference and ' porch. d court auditorium was body, every educational institu- controversy in Europe, and that with the yeomanry of Adair and tion -- of the country had passed our soldier boys will be sent over All necessary on each tract. You can also quite a number of ladies, resolutions endorsing the League seas with each .difficulty that , buy just as many tracts as you want. who had gathered to hear Judge of Nations. 'He also intimated arises in the affairs of Europe of The crops on the Russell farm and the Sanders farm Ralph Gilbert present his claims that the Rupublicans in the Asia or Africa. There isn't a , show what this land will produce. All we ask is for you for a seat in the National Con- Senate were really for it; but boy nor girl in America but who , . ' gress. to look over the farms-x-Cothey hated the President for his knows that the power to declare to the Sales. H6 was introduced by Mr. good deeds, and their action war is lodged with Congress. .We guarantee a fair dealno by-biThis will "be Ralph Hurt, son of Judge Rollin against it was because of their The President hasn't anymore '' your opportunity. ' . . Hurt, who was a soldier in the dislike for Mr. Wilson. right to declare war or send your s Easy Terms and possession January 1st. World War, and who went overHis speech was good all boys overseas than you have and J seas. Mr. Hurt made a short, through, and it evidently had a i)ot so much. No League can Now is ihe time to buy land. Own your own home. speech in which he said telling effect. Before closing he send our soldiers overseas; no pointed , 'ThisJand is level and gently rollinghighly productive Mr: Swope mad a gallant sol- - paid a high compliment to Sena- President can do it only Con'sbme timber well watered. dier, three thousand miles from tor Beckham, who had an appo-ne- gress can do it. And Congress T For fuirther particulars tHe firing line. He called attensee the owners, of the farms,. who lives in Cincinnati.? is more safely buttressed now in loyalty to tion to Judge Gilbert's my representative at Merchants Hotel, Campb'ellsville Judge Gilbert ha a number of the ways and ideals of Peace thesoldiere and asked the Demo-crati- c appointments in Adair for this than it ever has been before be get-itouch with my Real Estate Headquarters at Dan " boys to support him in this week, and is accompanied by Mr. cause Congress has in part a en ville or Lancaster. contest. His speech was well Gordon Montgomery. The mother new boss now. .taken." thought of America will be con in Kentucky, with- sulted in the future. I give you. Gilbert arose and for The election ', one and a half hours he areigned out a doubt depends upon the my assurance that there will be Jth"eRepublican party for failing votes of the women. Whichever absolutely no danger of your to do anything for the benefit of party polls tbe largest number boys being ordered overseas tbe country in the last Congress, of female votes will carry the 1 without your consent.- - Extract v they Being in control. They Sra-from Gov. Cox Speech. THE fcEAL ESTATE MAN-SA- LES MANAGER. m ing peace. His speech throughout was a criticism of Lodge and his iollow-er- s and at intervals he was lustily cheered, showing that his audience was interested. indication point to the election of Wilson Lovett, of color, a member of the Board of Education in the city of Louisville, He gets upon the ballot by petition. Therevare three other candidates, all white, and two of the fonr receiving the highest number of votes will be elected. The negroes in Louisville will only vote for Lovett, and in that way they feel sure of his election. The negro can didate does not admit that he is inferior to the whites in any way. Great God! said the woodchurch, and away he flew. All The D. P, ganders and Sons Farm of 281 Acres will be Sold Thursday, October 2 St. 1 --71 281 acres subdivided and sold in 4 tracts 144 acres acres 60 acres 6 acres. Three miles N. W.Camp-bellsvill- e, near Salem Church, 1 mile good school, land faces on three good roads also Railroad. J " acres corn, 5 acres tobaoco, 36 acres wheat stubble, 10 acres oat stubble, J.8 acres meadow, balance in grass. " NO. 1144 acres with 6 room dwelling, halls and porches, stock barn 48x60, tobacco barn 40x60. NO acres with new 6 room house, 1 tenant house, bam 20x36. '. 271 360 46 well-fille- . ' ; out-buildi- ngs " me ds. H ' - nt " V n k " ' 'udge' j V SWINEBROAD ( . LANCASTER, HV. tar ' y rf. ' '! , tf - vt -- r. - V - "V" v ' . -- - s : ffitll!flIllllMilMiliiiyKlflll!ilHllMIHIF 'ApAlR CdUWtNEWS : p XMKXKXKitlUIIUIlUIIUCICXKMldllUtXX ' ; frr- - t E- - m ... KW ' m FtALL ? GOODS ' 125 Acres Mc of Farm and We are receiving: our New Fall Lines and are showing the Newest Styles in Ladies and Misses Coat Suits, Coats, Dresses, Sweaters, and Complete Line of Furnishings. Timber Land j Wi i AT 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 PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell afcpublic 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. RUSSELL S Creations. PRIONS CORRECT., CO, wmmmmmmmmmmm. mmmmwmmmmmmm 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 separate 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. ,t is very r.' This land timntfivproductive and will grow p.lnvpr. nnrl nrhpr nrnn thhnfwn. ,y. '..; r the. finest corny ' '- - " ? THE UNIVERSAL CAR -- Ford cars are more useful to day than ever before, a necessity in village, town, city and country; the utility of farmer, merchant manufacturer, architect, engineer, contractor, salesman, doctor, clergyman, a profitable factor in the life of the nation. Runabout $395; Touring Car, $440; One Ton Truck Chassis, $545; Coupe, $745; Sedan, $795 these prices f. o. b. Detroit. We- can get but a limited quantity. Please give us your order at once as first come will get first delivery. - This farm has about 35 acres of rich Bottom land covered: wjth virgin timber which has never been cut 4pver. Some of the S& finest poplar, beech and other trees that can be found in this State "' ,'r are located on this property. I, This land has been in the same family for about 75, years. 3 .,, .J, ,and is now being offered, for sale because it has recently been 'in- herited by one who lives in another part of the State. Look this property over before the day of sale and you will ' ' hot miss this rare opportunity, . j&gd ciQ -- " .sT -- ' iK . t ., ; v - . .,...-.- , .'' I. M. DUNN & CO., Real Estate Brokers & Auctioneers. Big Auction Sale of Land. DANVILLE, KY. Phone 529. have subdivided the old Cy Burton farm containing the 220 acres into tracts of 25 to 50 acres. This land is located on the Stanford pike, We 6 miles from the town of Columbia, post-offic- close to e, church and good .4rvr' ZZW""-,-- The uchanan--Lvo- n INCORPORATED. Ketucky. Columbia, Co school. Every tract has a frontage on the pike. This land is all strong and practically level. This is a great opportunity for you to buy a small farm at your own price as &-vH- . Sr T i k.C?. A A. f .,' - .("TEZHMLKIUILU $ip Boarding B 5EWH. irnr Horses f every tract will postively BLOOD IS trouble right away half-living. Put an end to Pepto-Man-gan, Take that 'deal tonic, FUEL TO to tone up your blood and purify it. Get the full enjoyment out of livTHE BODY ing. Breathe fresh air, take exercise. Be sure to ask for "Gude's It comes in convenient Pumped Through the System by tablet form and in liquid. One has the Heait it Sustains the the same medicinal value as the othMuscles and Tissues er. There is only one genuine and the name "Gude's" is on package. Advertisement. , PEPTO-MANGAHELPS BLOOD the Pepto-Mangan.- " Pepto-MangaN n, had been extensively advertised, and about fifteen hundred people witnessed the contest. As was expected, ' ib was a one sided game, the score being 12. to 4 in favor of of the Colonels; The N. J. Team got all the honors it expected in a contest against National players It perhajps did as, well as any other ametuer nine could have done under the circumstances. '. noon, and about 3:30 they engaged the 1920. local News Journal Team. The game on Thursday Oct. !4th., Burton & Young, Col. L. T. Neat, Autcioneer. be sold without reserve or limit, one halfcash balance one and two years time. Sale will begin promptly at 10:00, o'clock, UY an Indiana Tractcr and you will no longer nave to Doara your horses nine months a year in order to use them three months in the ctod season. Your Indiana will get the same work done with less spent for gas and oil than the cost of feeding four horses for a year. You will save one man. mman V TRACTOR TJieWrtdsTractor X Columbia, Ky. Foxes Wanted. Greys Reds Coons $2.50 each $5.00 each $2.00 each .75 eace breaks the ground with a disc or mold board plow, pullsdiscs, harrows, cultipackers, planter, and cultivates all row crops with a one or two row cultivator; operates grain and com binders, mowers, manure spreaders, hay loaders and all other kinds of tools. Itusestheimplementsyou already have without expensive hitches. Indiana Tractors are made by a company that for 20 years has been known to American farmers as reliable. Ask any of the 75,000 owners of Indiana quos. ' fe Gray Squirrels "' Let us demonstrate an Indl-ana at any kind of work on jour farm. . ' ;f jr " W. S. HODGEN, . Off KEEP for Pennsylvania. Campbellsville, Ky. the Quality of Your Blood at its Means Vigorous Health and Ability to Accomplish. Married at Danville. Mr. Marcus Loy and family who See Evans ros., Purdy, Ky. Best- -It .acts like a fuel. Pumped through the body by the heart, it sus tains the muscles and tissues. It renews them It feeds the brain the tissues of the eye and face. That is Blood why people look so pale and lifeless wherj blood is impoverished. The blood has not enough red corpuscles. with no You would not eat poor-foonourishment in it; no more should you let the fuel that, supplies sustenance to your entire body be inferior. Have good blood. Improve the,qualiby and keep it at its best. If you look pale and feel weak, if you have lost your enthusiasm and energy, if your blood is cloggea with poisons, your system is being fed with a poor grade of blood. That is no way to go around If you are not at your best, get at the source of the d the popular have lived here for several years, left and attractive' daughter of Mr. and Friday morning for Conderspor't. Mrs C. M. Herriford, Russell Spring, Penn , their future home On Monday and who is favorably known to all morning Mr. J. W. Vaughari, who is young people of Columbia, and M r the father-in-laof Mr. Loy, and who $ Homer McKinley. who is an industri has been living near Glenville for a ous young man, engaged in the poultry number of years, left for the same business with his father, were quietly- place with his family. These gentlemarried in Danvillel ast Wednesday. men will engage in farming, having After spending a short time with been notified that the part of a the groom's parents, Campbellsville, where they will locate, is an they will come to Columbia where extra good farming country. Wei they expect to reside. The bride's trust that the removals will prove of many friends here will be glad to meet benefit to all the parties. her, handing her and the gentleman of her choice the hand of welcome, More than ten Miss Lucile Herriford, e TCOHAPC Vr M- - M. . M. . M. ? B FILMS DEVELOPED Quickest Kodak service in Amer- ica, BIG SALE ON MERCHANDISE From Oct. 14 to Oct. 24. - Penn-sjlvani- lau' teed and All work returned same day !? Highest quality guaran we-pa- t T ft I the postage. cprrriAi trtai octcd FOR 20c. , wholesale pricey today. Come early before will give 10 per cent. Discount on Clothing,.' Underwear, Sweaters, Shoes, Hats and Caps and all Merchandise, Shoes being retailed at INow is the time tr show samples of our work. ... ..-- save money on fall purchases. thousand fyyc and make one print' from each followed by words. God bless you and heard Gov. Cox in LouiBville. may only happiness attend j you This week he is addressing im J good film and pay postage. through life. mense audiences in Indiana. By Louisville Photo Company, The Game At Campbellsville. the way a gentleman, just from Louisville, Ky. The Louisville Colonels arrived in Indiana, says the State .will' go Campbellsville last Thursday after- - Democratic. , ' ii Ji win ucvciup uuc iuii mi : uij su.c mr Line is Broken. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley; Ky. ' tv ADAIR COUNTY NEWS L8 6 t" T" One of the Choicest Farms in Four Counties at Public Auction. ACBESLJL86 m PS 10 O'CLOCK A.. M. For- - "'SB m TUESDAY, . OCTOBER 19 S Torpid jPj Liver "Black-Draug- ht is. in my opinion, the best liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. Whiteside, of Keota, Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating-ti- ght, uncomfortable fee- il nn N5 flERTEIS k. DRINK m .W JKB WaW v HH efe m DOUBLE-DAR- K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have - Known as Frank Thomas Farm. U Miles From City Limits on Springfield Pike. Subpivided in three tracts. First offered separately and then as a whole. TRACT No. 1 The home place, containing 110 acres, has on it a bran new 7 room bungalow, water in the house and at the door for sprinkling purposes ; new outbuildings and new combined stock and tobacco barn ; water works in the barn. It has on it a never failing spring that is combined into a -- pool and also at the barn a big concrete cistern that holds thousands of barrels of water, sufficient to water every field. The entire tract is in blue grass except about 10 acres that are now in cultivation. The most of this ground has been for from 20 to 50 years in blue grass. It is right on the Government highway that is to be and everybody knows what land values are on the Lebanon and Springfield road. Farms that join this one and which in our opinion are not as good have sold for $300 per acre. We have sold land adjoining this farm for 200 per acre and to the rise. In other words, an artist could not painc a more idsal home than this one is." TRACT No. 2 Will contain 60 acres withgood tenant house, all necessary outbuildings and a large tobacco barn. All in grass except about 19 acres. It is well watered. TRACT No. 3 "Will contain 16 acres with no improvements. It joins the Will Mann farm and both farms would lay better if Mr. Mann is fortunate enough to get it at the sale. ' Mr. Wfreatley has recently bought this farm from Mr. Prank X. Thomas and since guying it he has been offered a flattering position which is likely to take him out of our State. Therefor5, rain or shine, this land will absolutely sell. It is especially well adapted to Burley tobacco and any of the crops grown in this section. It has always been considered the strongest limestone blue grass farm on the Springfield pike and its location is in a class by itself. At the same time and place. M. Wheatly will offer for sale all his live stock farming impliments and growing crops. To the one on the ground guessing nearest what this land will bring we will give,$10 in gold ; to the one guessing second nearest $5 in gold, and to the one guessing third nearest $2 50 in gold. Lunch will be served at 11:30. Free autemooiles to and from the sale. The Lebanon band will make the announce- ' ment in Lebanon and will also play at the iarm. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. Any one intesested in this land will see Mr. Wheatley or Mr. Frank X. Thomas at the farm or the Joe Wlaeatley Farin it in your home at all times The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. Incorporated "Makers of Oertel's Light, or Dark or Double Dark," i 32 lingand this was very disagreeable and brought on headache. 1 was constipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive liver. 1 began the use of night and morning, and it sure is splendid and certainly gives relief." Black-Draught, Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, Jdim, vwvw.i-vjmaznimux. Co. Distributor, Kentucky. - Thedford's BLACK' IS for over seventy years 619 South Fourth, Near 'Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping OS ' . oreparation has been S&33 found beneficial by thousands of persons suffering from effects of a torpid, or slow-actiliver. ng this purely vegetable district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. i m ill I Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, dizziness, constipation, bit- The same integrity, painstaking service and rock prices prevail here with greatly improved can serve you batter than never in your need for boftooa ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in back, puffiness under the eyes any or all of these symptoms often indicate that there, is something the matter with your liver. You can't be too careful about the medicine you lake. Be sure that the name, "Thed-ford- 's is on the package. At all druggists. Black-Draugh- t," ac&ks, we WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS JS oi and & Hubbuch Bros. ' Wellendorff V Asi INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street C. W. HAGAN AGENCY C. W. HAGAN KY. LEBijSTOlISr, Everybody Should Help. During the past few jears the Judges of this county have sent twenty-fou- r destitute children to the Kentucky Childrens Home Society, Louisville, Ky. This Institution has now grown to such large propotions that the home is so crowded that children are forced to sleep thrse and four in a bed, and the beds jammed in so close that children have to climb from bed to bed to get to theirs The play grounds so small the children can play very few games, especially ball games. To meet this great need the board has bought a farm of 86 acres, ten miles from the city and will build a village of cottages where every child in need may find' shelter and love. The school children of Kentucky having good homes are asked to give them money to build the new home. Every county in the State has been appeinted a certain amount. Adair county is asked to raise not less then Every school has been given $1,000 its quota which is very small and should be easily raised. Mr. W. IT. Collins financial agent was here Wednesday and Thursday, speaking to both our city schools, getting up interest in the campaign About one third of our county" quota has been raised but the remainder and ever more must be raised. We owe it tp our destitute childhood to prepare a good home for them. Let everybody help all you can. To remove bilious impurities In the system and be made internally clean and healthy, you need the fine tonic and laxative properties of Herbine. It acts quickly ,and thoroughly Price, 60c Sold by Paull Drug Co The convention of Christian churches was in session at Mt. Pleasant from last Friday until the Olose of Sunday, lb was largely attended and many good address were made. The report of Evangelist W. T. May showed that the churches in the boundary of the convention were growing, and the re ports of pastors were very satisfactory. Several splendid papers were read by ladies. Anranf YmItt the Genuine. gW) One of the Best'Stores of Louisville, Ky. ? R. M. SPALDING .ooXoo0XXoXoioXoX? HLKSK.o .KaM.oMoHKoMt Ray Flowers, last Monday, on his return from his home at Columbia cai'ed in tos- - tis while enroute for the Sulphur Well section where he will take up the sale of the noted light plant Ray informed us that he was del tiled with the people of Metcalfe and his business had been very satisfactory, and that he was so well pleased with t he people of good Metcalfe very uncertain whether or that it not he would ever return to old Adair for his home. Gradyville cor.Edmon-to- n Mr. 2faw-. Louisville Negro Women OrganOne thing about a bootlegger Louisville, Ky., Sept. 28. with the present brand of liquor: Editor News: if he applies his trade successHeadpuarters have behn open- fully be soon kills all his ed in the Pythian Temple, a negro office building in Louisville, for the organization of all negro women in che campaign in Louisville, Wm. Jack Porter, a colorHONEY BACK without questionif Hunt'tSalre ed political worker, terms the fails in the treatment of Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, etc. ize. 1 & HAIL In Field One -- - FIRE . 1 y ssxaum by Paull Drug Company. In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute It is less than one month until the November election. Speakers will be as thick as English sparrowa during this month. Since Senator Beckham's speech, many people of Adair county know more about the League of Nations than the did before he came. dfiSfcT "Headquarters for Republican women." He further says "this is not a social club for any particular set of women, but it is for all women." office lose on our Money Back Guarantee. Try it at our risk TODAY Price 75c at Don't become discouraged because other treatments failed. Hunt's Salve has relieved hundreds of such cases. You can't insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE 7K 7K Sold Daily advertisements are being published in the colored news- y. t ivJ. papers of Louisville urging men and women to register. These advertisements read in part "If you hesitate your vote is lost. In order that you may vote for Harding and Coolidge and against Cox and disfranchisement, you must register.and by so doing you draw first blood from your ancient political enemy, the Democratic Party. Franklin Roosevelt at the conclusion of a two days tour of Kentucky, predicted that the State would go 60,000 A. -- F. SCOTT igzzw-ssJK W. T. PRICE, Agent 7t rs Columbia, Kentucky. AH DEALER IN IGARFORD TRUCKS U. 2. 31. AND 5 TON Kinds of Insurance f vy For Low Cost per Ton, Mile SEE si K Tfs 7K. 7K 7K V l M M l A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. ! ' 3KK552K Come In and See the $7,000,000 Tire 3-inch I Golunrbia Barber -- Shop anc Public Sale. On Saturday, October 9, 1920, 1 will sell afmy residence, on Campbellsville pike, four miles xfrom Columbia, the $KM &: ' Thisis the famous Firestone inch tire that molded Z has its own plant, its own special machinery, special methods, special organization. Thus Firestone serves car-owner- k A IN Sanitary Sl.op, lot lowt: when, both Satisfaction ! Gratification are Guaranteed. Res. hone 13-- B. Business Phono 13-- A s Dr. J. . N Murrell j duction. This permits a value in tires never-- before accomplished at the price. Get your share of these savings by having us "equip you. with quantity pro- DENTIST ' Office, Front RoomsJeffries BFl'd. . STg, -- UP STAIRS. following: One pair mules, G years old and 16 hands hiph. One good milk cow, six years old Three hogs, will weigh from 200 to 300 pounds. One 3J wagon and bed. One rubber tire buggy and harness One double set of driving harness. A good set of heavy wagon A set of log bolsters harness. and chain. 10,000 pounds of good hay. A lot of farming tools, and some house-hold'good- Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ARE YOU READY FOR FALL PLANTING DISC HARROWS Best on the Market s. m Other articles not men- RIGHT PRICES 83 ' v ""2 Co COLUMBIA, KY Cumberland Grocery W tioned. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. E. A. Van Hoy, Cane Valley, Ky. 10's 12s S. F. EUBANK, Columbia, Ky., - - cC "$- ,,-&- '. s V &&tj&?Fr -- ' r fwin 'K ADAIR-C0UNI1- F NEWS ,7 Georgia. 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 1-- Editor news: you will be so kind as to grant me little space in your valuable paper, I will write a If TUESDAr OCT 19th. 2 Goodyear Double Cure I Fabric Treid . . . OQ KA 30 x 3 W&O'VV Fabric. Anti-Ski- GxW Sbgle. Cure . Tread d VUJ-V- . Sizes 30 x 3 and 30 x 3$ also. the other tire users is this community a mighty big favor because we'll begin to sell those tires. I you can give us this tip, you'll be doing us and )Xjm WVK But, we'll tell you right now that we don't lieve you can do it. n l be- ivc. 161 Acres, Balance Left of John A. We ha'd,a light frost the second of October which made us crawl under the quilts and hide from Wtahen Farm, the ever vigilant little, well I mean large, mosquito. We have, Farm, 1 Miles days for a Known as Mrs. Kate Spalding had some pretty week. from Lebanon on Springfield Pike, All the talk through the few lines from here to let the readers know the commercial condition in Georgia. ' cool sum- 3 O'CLOCK p. an mm li ' i if, iran !MW- - Hi These prices speak for themselves. on the tires, The name GOODYEAR, tells you their value. rv SOCK ! H I U The Buchanan-Ly- on Company. Incorporated I They Are Best, But They Cost No More Tourist Tubes. Goodyear Heavy EVERYTHING IN ROOFING IN It Asphalt Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. h 9 4 Stvel 6 Caal Malkcl Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. .Incorporated Streei Between Plrst and Brook Louisville, Ky. REED BROS. INSURANCE In All Its Branches Fire Life Casualty Windstorm Burglary Parcel Post Hail Acreage Cover- and Surety age-Automob- ile Bonds. "The Service Agency" Columbia Kentucky "TALKING Qfy MaCHINES' With a Tone as rich as Gold The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all 'disc records. No extra attachments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other machines selling at the same price and you will readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workman- ship and construction. I Columbia, YOTJJSTGv E."JEWELER" -- . $w&twww$w 'V ''- - --- K&h mer was the boll weevil eating up all the cotton, and that there would not be a half crop made, which I really think was true. On this 161 acres is a house and good good The first bales that were sold We sold to Mr. Sam of Columhere in Dublin brought forty cents per pound, but it has been bia, 220 acres of this farm around 200 per acre. Knowing coming down every, day since farm as we do we frankly and desire to that time until it has reached the farm is owned by Mr. portion twenty-on- e cents per pound, and Mr. will be sold on the above named it is predicted that it will go to and and fifteen cents. The price of cot his brother-in-la- w from owensboro have a ton has demoralized everything, to develop and which they is a the farmers are having it ginned four-ye- ar to do so. Therefore he has this and hauling it back home or placing it in the warehouse land in our hands to sell The greatreserve or by-bi- d. and refusing to sell. Some of er is and timber. Remember, is the the tenants did not make enough Mr. Wathen had farm. of Mrs. to pay their rent and the land be offered for made land would owenrs have been selling out the tenants for two weeks. sale because he knows when he sees them. But, nearly every They have a sale two propositions under serious consideration, he deday in front of the courthouse cided to the deal and Marion county loses selling out some tenant. a citizen. This is the only state that I have ever been in that they wilj free automobiles for your convenience. go and sell out a tenant before Terms easy and made known on day of sale. he has had time to market his Any one interested in this land will see Mr. Wathen at the farm or the crop for his rent. They even sell out his household furniture, stock, farming implements, and everything clean that they can find. I have seen them sell fur- C. W, Hagan . R. M. Spafding well as the mules and niture, as other stock, leaving the man 1911 or there about, and I ATTENTION. DEMOCRATS without anything. The bnks about cousin by the name of September 24, 1920. are not loaning any monev on had a Robert Willis that was reared To the Democracy of Ketyucky: the cotton much. Very few far near Zion Church in the vacinity Years Used The National Democratic Headmers will raise anything but cotof Joppa, Adair County that was quarters is imperatively in need ton, and that is raised by the neteaching in Bullock County Goer-giof funds with which to finance groes and the man will come to and I made him a visit; gettown in his automobile' and park th present campaign and has ting there about an hour after appealed to me to offer an opporhis car along the curbing and sit dark; When I went into his tunity to the Democrats to aid. or a great many times he is asroon? and took him by surprise This I am pleased to do. Every leep in his car for the whole day. he had about four feet of a cane voter, man or woman, who ear-Then he will tell you what my The Woman's Tonic stalk and the most of it was in nestly desire the election of our Nigger is cultivating for me. his mouth, he began to try to ticket is requested to give If there is not a reaction in Sold Everywhere talk and spit cane pulp all over out delay to the Editor of this the prices of cotton I don't know the room. But he was not satispaper, who will immediately forwhat will become of the South. fied until they got me to try ward it to John R. Downing, Everything that you have to buy chewing the cane.which I enjoyState Treasurer for Natnal is very high and no money in Mr. E L. Reece, who owns and coned for awhile with them. ' Committee, Citizens Union Nacirculation, ducts the Wollen Mill at Jamestown, E. D. Barger. tional Bank, Louisville, such I notice from reading the Adair is cointr to enlarge his plant, and in a short time he will be in position to do voluntary contribution as he or County News that generally NOTICE. a much larger business than he now she may care to make. Same speaking the crops are pretty enjoys At present it is one or tne Win De forwarded promptly to fair in that section of Kentucky, a poll best plants in all this country, and is Notice is hereby given that also that Adair County took will be opened and an election held in doing a splendid business. Mr. Reece National Headquarters in New some good premiums on tobacco Glensfork voting precinct No. 17 on is a reliable manufacturer and can be York, with name of donor. Conthe regular election day in November depended upon in all transaction of tributions, no matter how s'nalJ, at the fair at Louisville. will be accepted and appreciated. 1920, to ascertain the will or the votThe cane chewing convention ers on the question as to whether or business A heartly response to this call is about to open down here. The not they wish cattle or stock of any Ease the pain of a rheumatic attack is confidently expected. farmers are bringing in their kind to run. at large on the Pub- by a rubbing application of Ballard's J. N. Camden, cane and selling it at the stores lic Highways and uninclosed lands of Snow Liniment. It relieves tenderNational Committeeman. ness and strengthens the joints. T$ree & by the wagon loads at seven said precinct my hand this Sept. 1st, sizes, 30c, 60c and .31.20 pebottle. Nice seed Rye, Price SI 80 a bushel cents per stalk and then the Witness . Sold by Paull Drug Co. 1920. at bin. Ten or twelve good ewes. merchants sell it to the people to Attest. S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. Chas R. Cabell, chew at ten cents per stalk. An eating house in Louisville Gresham, Kj, Gov. Cox has branded as un- is charged with making a profit Everv man, women, and child General Pershing was decorahas a stalk of cane chewing on true the statement of Taft that of $1.00 on a pie. ted with the Medaille Militiare, it. I have a young lady teacher, he charged the Associated Press Farm for Sale. the highest military decoration by the name of Miss Katherine with being unfair. within the gift of France. Jones of Center Kentucky that A clear colorless liquid that will 175 acres, one mile North of Cane has been initiated as a royyl heal wounds, cuts, sores and galls is Valley, on Campbellsville pike. A To get rid of worms in children give them White's Cream Vermifuge The member of the cane chewing the latest and best production of good 8 room house, easy terms. ' Ask little sufferer improves at once and for Liquid club. I suspect that somn of my meJical science. A. R. Feese, Cane Yalley, soon becomes healthy, active aud roifc Adair county friends will think Boronxone, is a marvel in 30c, 60c and bust. Price, 35c. Sold by Paull Drug remedies. Pricce, that all of this is bosh, but theyt 81.20. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Co. The world?s series in baseball will only have to make a trip The Poles are not ready at this At the request of the State between the Cleveland American $ ,South to be convinced.. , t IK shall never forget the first Highway Commission 500 cbn- - and tbei?Brooklin National League time td .make peace with the Soviet government of Russia. trip that I made to Georgia victs are to work on the roads. begin last week. At Public Auction To High Dollar outbuildings the that there recently fairly tenant Burdette, at I unmistakably state yet best of the Wathen, it date. Wathen recently bought big boundary of timber intend it job absolutely put without portion of it in grass it Kate Spalding best part the If not not the big timber deal this values after Jaking the accept timber thereby temporarily valuable We maintain C. W Hag an Agency LEBANON, !KY. 40 a, J j . ' i N 46-- 4t i flesh-healin- g , ifc- - 3 Adair county news. m r is A I .?'.'& - - Awmr f & :,., ''. wr - t- - c bi H . All Roads Lead To Lebanon a Tuesday; October j i9tn U' Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Ky., With his Assistants AND AUCTIONEERS WILL SELL AT w B ll H JH HiV II ' VHl I' 'I HHBHHW IMBBBB I n the. .- To The High D.ollar, for ' ". .t! L:A. COLLINS , the Following Property in the .City of Lebanqn, Ky., Branch of the L. (fc:JT. " .. Railroad fr'om Louisville to Knoxville? ? BesftTown'nhe -, u -- Main r u of land on NO 1 His residence and 13 East Main Street the best and most deaireable property in Lebanon; a ten room dwelling, modern and up to date in every particular; large hall on first and second floors, also bath room on the first and second floors, ' acres A built in wardrobes; sun porches; hot water furnace; electric lights; hardwood floors; beautiful yard, fine shade trees and shrubbery; a splendid barn, modern fire proof garage; ice house, corn crib, poultry house, f 'i pond, fine garden, plenty of fruit of all kinds. T .i ee other sesidences on the 13 acres. These will be sold seperately with lot and garden. This property will be subdivided, several good building lots will be sold. There will be 5 or 6 acres in lots, the main residence will be sold with sufficient amount of ground a? should be necessary to a home of this description. In other word, we will put with the main residence, just as much acerage as the purchaser mi v want It-i- s impossible to give a description of mis property which will do it justice. If you are interested in buying the best property and haying the satisfaction of owning the most beautiful home in Lebanon then look this over- THE SALE BEGINS AT THIS PROPERTY -- plant in operation, day and night with automatic, control., This is a splendid opportunity for any one desireing to go into business or for an investment. The property will rent for a splendid percent on the money., t - i !' basement .a cold storage . JW. ' ' .. Campbellsville pike, 6 miles from Lebanon. Ifc i3 now equipped with new and Modern machinery, has install-e- d for interchangeable power a type "Y" Fairbanks Everything about this mill is in a high state of repair, all being newly built in the last five years except main building. The concrete work 13 wonderful .and must be seen to realize this. Heavy reinforced steel and concrete dam, 328 feet long. AI30 f orebay with extra wheel house. This mill is located rignt in the center of a good farming country; ha3 always enjoyed a thriving business. It is a money maker and is now running every day. Sufficient power csfti be developed without the use of coal to run electric light and water plant in Lebanon. Citizens of Lebanon 'investigate this proposition. This might be the cheapest and best way ior you to furnish light and power for your city., It is impossible in this advertisement to give in detail the advantages of these different propositions and full and complete descriptions of the properties. Remember Mr. Collins haB directed to sell it. He has more business than he can look after so somebody is going to secure a bargain in some of this paoperty. The order of sale of the property will be announced at the sale of the residence at 10 o'clock, and all of the property will be sold at the residence on East Main Street, or as may be announced there with time given to anyone at any time during the sale to look over any of the property. t Our automobiles will be there for the use of prospective purchasers. Sale will be rain or shine if it rsines plenty of room Oil Engine. NO. 3. A splendid brick store building, adjoining the above and knoyn as the "Sea Building." This is a splendidly built brck business hpuse in the very best of repair; good roof and will rent for fifteen per cent on the money invested. Don't fail-t- make careful investo igation of this business property. new loose leaf tobacco warehouse, in thej)est location in Lebanon, on Woodland avenue, just off Main street. 140 feet by 240 feet. Modern in every respect; vv?ell lfghted, 180 fire proof wire glass. sky lights, 3x&. , On a large lot 2i acres, also on L. & N. Railroad for a distance of 631 feet, accessible on four sides. Fire proof. Concrete floor and steel of posts through framersteel sidings. Only one-rocenter, driveway on three sides. Stables built on outside. Well lighted two room offices. Here is a proposition which will be sold to some one on day of sale at a bargain. Be sure to investigate it thoroughly. NO. w 4.A brand PROMPTLY AT 10 .O'CLOCK, A.M. Large brick double store room, 45x105, Main Street in the best business section of the town, just opposite the Vaughn Hotel. Over the two rooms is a large opera house, ready for use, with about 400 seats. Has a large basement under each of the 'store rooms. One of the store rooms occupied by Adam3 & Wise as a grocery and meat shop,' has instrlled in the NO. 2 " r-- A splendid lot of 2J acres, with a good barn thereon, located on West Main Street and College Street, corner lot, 88 feet frontage on Main street, extending 300 feet on railroad property, This is an ideal building lot. Will sell in 2 lots. None other in Lebanon like it. NO. 5. What is known as the old "Collins- Water Power Mill," located at New Market, on Lebanon and: NO. 6 - DINNER WILL BE SERVED AND BAND CONCERT DURING THE. DAY. DON'T FAIL TO ATAll of this property will be sold on easy terms, which will be announced at the sale and possession of the different properties will be given to suit the purchasers. TEND THIS SALE. An opportunity like this " to buy property of thisjcind at your own price is only offered once in a life time. Remember too that you have an absolute guarantee of a fair, v ' ' '. tquare deal, no t Dever at my For further particulars' regard to a more complete description 0 the property and to show you the property see Mr. h. A. Collins, at Lebanon, or phone W.'fe. Moss or . Office, and wa will meet you at Lebanon at any time or take you to Lebanon at any time and show you these- - different properties. Danville offices, or W.. A Dickerson or myself at my Lancaster """ Boliver Bond and Sons will be the auctioneers. by-bidde- ,.'. R.-H- '5t W -- " " . J K.0 - m f , wf r' TVfK SWINEBR.OAD f x '1 The Real Estate Man Sales Manager, : r "y t fcafeaster, Kentucky. v ir'jm y "'& fLf r J rt y A