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The Adair County news: October 20, 1920 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1920 ada1920102001_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: October 20, 1920 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. vc- Tk ir l , "' -- 3TBr- iva&tr (Cmmtu 5feuts -- c YOLUME XXIII - - " - k . COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY October 20 I92Q.. Announcement. Get 'NUMBER 52. OIL NEWS. BY E. y A Lamentable" Death. Republican Rally. Saturday night last one of the lar gest crowds ever seen in Columbia at a political meeting greeted the speakers at the Bepublican rally held at the Court House. The speakers of the evening were Miss M6na B. Price, Louisville, Mr. S. H. Kash attorney at law, Corbin, Ky , and County Attorney W. A Coffey, the latter in his usual effective and pleasing manner, introducing the speakers from out of town. Miss Price made an urgent appeal to the women present, and mothers in particular, to do their duty by exercising their right of suffrage, pre dicting that much good to the country at large would resilt from women taking an active part in politics. Mr. Kash discussed current issues paying particular attention to the League of Nations, and arraiging the present administration for whatfhe claimed to be a reckless waste of money and supplies, during the war. Behind the Light Plant. An Old Story. f. KEMPER. The Armstrong rig to be used in drilling for the Columbia Development Company has arrived, and Ihe first-- well will be drilled right away at a point very near Columbia. Mr. A. T. Lowe, of Depew, Oklahoma, a competent and experienced field man, has arrived to take charge of drilling operations for the Palmer Oil and Gas Company, and the work will be pusheito the limit. Additional reports received regarding the well brought in last week at Creelsboro, by the Beacon Oil Syndicate, are of a very flattering nature, and it would seem the well is destined to be a good producer. A big Star rig belonging to the Car-nahan ' Oil Company, Canton, ed through town a few days since, on the way to the Flatt farm, Creelsboro, and it will beNused in drilling near where a good well wasjdrilled a num-be- r of years ago. The Boy Petroleum Company re- port fine, progress belng made with their drilling operations on Damron's Creek. After starting operations on locations, and having --three different to contend with breakages and other difficulties, they are now doing good work and are down some 500 feet, and with good prospects for a big ' strike" soon. Dr. J. W. Goggln, Chicago, vice president and general manager of the "Beacon Oil Syndicate, was in town last week en route to Creelsboro. The doctor was feeling good over the report be had just received regarding the Company's recent strike on the Campbell farm, and he was very in his talk as to future in that field. Sundry operators have. been visiting this territory within the past few days, and from the interest shown- - hy them" It would seem there will t&s&ne active field work"aone in this and adjoining counties at no distant date. Field manager Bee Whitis; of the theCarnahan Oil Company, reports they will have two additional rigs drilling at Creelsboro just as soon as they can be gotten on the ground. A certain operator who does things on a big scale, name withheld for the present, has been spending considerable time In this section lately looking over the territory very carefully, and he has also had a geologist and practical field man with him a portion of the time The result of his investi gations have proven so satisfactory to him that he will bring two rigs to Adair county at an early date, and an active drilling campaign wm be launched as speedily as possible. Mr. Frank Schermer, field represent tatlve of the Armstrong Manufactur ing Company, Waterloo, Iowa, is spending a few days jn this section looking after the sate of their 'famous oil drilling rigs. O., passtlc known over Bussell county that Mrs. Prudy Phelps, of Jamestown, was in a critical condition, and that she was conveyed to a Sanitarium in Somerset for treatment When she first entered the in stitution her condition became bet ter, and the news went to her home that there' were strong hopes of her recovery. About the middle of the week set up, and she rapidly grew worse until, the end came, on Monday night following.. The remains were' embalmed and conveyed to her former Home, James-towand on Tuesday afternoon, after funeral services, held at the Methodist church, the remains were in terred in the Phelps graveyard two and one-hamiles out on the Columbia road. This death is a great loss to Jamestown, asMrs Phelps was a very lovable old lady, one who had the respect of every body who knew her A true, Christian woman, one who loved her children and who was true to her friends, at all times ready to lend a helping hand to the unfortunate. She was devoted to the Methodist Church, an organization in which she had held her membership for many years, and was a liberal contributor upon all the ordinances of the Church . com-plications It was generally The following announcement has been receive'dby Columbia friends of the bride, who was born and reared near this place, and for a number of years resided with her parents in this city. Her friends are numerousran0" congratulations are now in older: Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison Gill announce the marriage of their n, with some degree of faction, but on account .Macon, Mississippi mishap at the plant, the very poorly Iighte'd,and FIFTEEN tfIG MULES AT PUBLIC has been ed. AUCTION. daughter Kathryn Lee to Mr. Arthur Brantley MoDaniel on Tuesday, the twelfth of October nineteen hundred and twenty There is no enterprise that a town the size of Columbia should Interest her citizens like a good light plant, and every business man of the town and all residents should get behind the contractor who makes the light for the community. The plant here, as everybody knows, has been out of commission for two months. IC is true we have had a little service, but not enough to satisfy. A great deal of business is transacted here after sunset, and for awhile Tha following was related to the1 editor of this paper by Mr. Oscar Pile, some years before his deatt). In the year of 1833 or T40 two four horse teams and wagons drove into the Tabor neighborhood.. There were three men and their wives and three or four young women, the wagons being heavily loaded Iwith' furniture, the very finest, and bedding. We can not" recall the names they gave, by Mr. Pile, but they , were evidently assumed- -' :They at once endeavored to rent a dwelling, bub there was nob a vacant house In the neighborhood. Finally they rented a large barn from a- man named White, perhaps the father of Mr. Curt White. They bought lumber and had a floor laid in the building, and also planked the sides, making it comfortable They claimed they were from one of the Southern States, and were out prospecting. After the barn had been made comfortable, their furniture placed, tha, room being tidily arranged, people in the neighborhood commenced to call' They were found to be refined and ed ucated, very iaterestlngconversatloa, alist. They remained close at home, andreclvedno mail, and as to who they were it did not develop. They were very quiet, and paid promptly for every thing they purchased, buy ing the best the country afforded. The mystery aroused the whole? countryside, as no intimation of their ultimate intentions cropped out. s After they had been here a baby was born to one of tha young women, Dr. Samuel B, Field being the attending physician. Three weeks after this occurrence, the neighbors noticed one morning that the barn was empty, nob a person ,- it wa3 conduct satis- of a town much - lf The Lecture s' Bev. G M. Hammob, a noted temperance lecturer, addressed--- - a full house at the Methodist ctuirch last Sunday forenoon. It waa a strong presentation of the temperance cause, delivered in a most forceful manner. He told the audience that whisky in- terest throughout the United States left a widow by were more active than they had ever Capt. John L. Phelps some years agoj been, and with unlimited money they her husband being a lawyer and were endeavoring to eleot men to prominent in the affairs of Bussell Congress who would use their interest-tcounty, and at her death she was repeal temperance laws already in Mrs. Phe'lps was The Pike Team Company, of Edmonton, Ky., will Oct. 25, 1920, on the streets of Edmonton, Ky., at one o'clock p. m , (County Court Day) offer at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand or igood and acceptable note mules ana harness. These mules from four to eight years old, from are 15f to 16 hands high In good condition and well trained for road building. They have been used on the Ed monton and Glasgow Pike since last April and have improved every day. They are pronounced by good judges to be the best bunch of high class work muleaMn southern Kentucky. " Pike Team Company, - - By Jamea Tudor, Secretary. fif-te- en o pros-"-pec- ts received about 500" Moss has been in Hereunder nd'ldvJnjf:admohitidns pairs of assorted shoes for men, women, the'lamber and stave business'quite a had much to do ImnaklnGrthem men girls and boys. Come and get your number of years, and he has been of sterling character. To them the pair while picking is good. very successful. He is a native of editor of TheNews extends his T. G. Basner & Son Adair county, born and reared near '" sympathy. admonishing Gradyville. Paid List. them tb ever keep in mind the life We are glad to note that Mr. Otho and character of their dear mother, J Moss, cashier of the State Bank, Gra- and after awhile they wiU.be made to The following are new paid subscrlb two know why she was 'taken' and they hers and renewals since our issue of fast hdyville, who was.dangerouslyjll, , ' WBks ago, da aapidly Improving. r .i He left. Afflictions lonshV bore, the J Tuesday. w'itrr-gooJudge H. C. Baker, Mr3.rW", B. isnow sitting up. prospects skill of man unavat'ing, and the true sons can properly, say Thy will be Walker, F, M. Wlrnore,'T.W. Bailey; of being at hlsplaceviot business bedone oh, God; blessed be the name of Jjesse Bryant, J. K. Mitchell, R K. fore many days. Hennessey, J. B.tHarpham, Olin Eos- the Lord. Judge Gilbert filled a number of apson, WH- - Williams, B. H. Wilmer, pointments in Adair county last To The Voters oft Adair County .Georgia 9$Mhaw, W. ,T.. Lqy, :week He was accompanied by outside Columbia Graded School g., Cj Gilmerr. M., B Beck, Claud citizens, wrio say 'that he Young." . . ,r was greeted at all his appointments District. by more voters than ever before seen of Appeals I am a candidate for Member of the The 'Court Schools'can has decided hob'Ievy the at an out of town political meetings. Graded School Board, and I solicit your votes that additional SO cents levy, provided in W. H. Hamon. Mr. Bruce Montgomery has purthe act of the 1920 Legislature. The 52-chased of Mr. ,G. B. Smith, the Court held that the act was unconstion Greensburg street, where Mr. S. E. Shively, on his return tutional. This will not effect the the latter now resides. Possession from North Dakota, came by the coal schools of Adair Co., as the Educawill be given this coming spring. It mine in Clay county, Ky., in which a tional Board did not take advantage waa a .private transaction and the number of Adair county people are of the fifty cent raise allowed by the consideration has hot been 'given to interested. He states that the mine new law. Shoes! Shoesf Shoes! the public It is a very desirable is at work, getting out a lot of coal, -r home. Married. but the company can not get cars in Where are they, Mary? At T. G. which to ship. He hopes that this Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pickett, Basner & Son's, John. They have Last Sunday week, at the' home of who have. had rooms in Mrs. Collins' trouble soon be obviated. them at from 31.25 to $4 00. the bride's parents, Mr., and Mrs. Ed residence, have rented Mrs Fetna Born, to the wife of Jo M. Bosen-field- , Luttrell, Miss Grace Luttrell was Miss Sarah Burton. 16" year old, Eubank's dwelling," on Water street, Petersburg, a., Wednesday, married to Mr. Tobe beard, son of and have removed to it. daughter of Elijah Burton.Esto, Bussell Oct. 6, 1920, a sen Jo M. B.osenfield, George Beard. county, died last .Friday night a vicJr. The couple will reside at Militown. The League of Nations, if adopted tim of typhoid fever. An infant child by the Senate, will prevent another of Leslie Merphey, in same locality, The Masonic Grand Lodge of KenPresident Wilson has named Noworld war. Let every mother and died about the same time. vember the 14th, for Armistice Sun- tucky will be in session' in Louisville daughter vote for the League. The day for Church observance. The ser- this week, from Tuesday forenoon unDemocratic candidates all stand for Lost. Boy's raincoat. Finoer will vices should be held in one chiirch in til Thursday afternoon. All the " please call this measure. Columbia and an appropriate program lodges in Adair county have represenBarksdale Hamlett. should be arranged. tatives in attendance. The Grand The negro "omen orators are on Chapter will meet Tuesday night and the stump in some of the upper counAn, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bay Strayed. Wednesday night ties. It issaid that when they take Caldwell got badly scalded a few days The football team at the Llndsey-Wllso- n Hobson & Pendleton, of Greensburg, they look exceedingly ago, 'while playing near a teakettle. Politics in Adair county were never the rostrum ' A black female hound, yellov tip will soon be read; to face a stock dealers, recently Lhandsome.(?) Sam .Burdette sold a car.loadtof bed, with a half circle on left hip aboubl ac a h,gher pltch than at he preseDt visiting eleven. bought two hundred good cattle In muleYat Albany last Saturday: He ? half inch wide, caused by a scald. time. The Democrats of Adair coun s It is said that Garrard county that Gradyville country, paying from The roads are fairly good at this the will have a load at Monticelfo'next To anyone holding her, will pay ?2 50. ty are going to make the best showing has been giving a Bepublican majority 10 are constantly on the 6 to' cents Saturday. tf r - Notify Willie Miller, care of J. C. at the coming election that has fall- for some years, will be carried by time and autos go. en to their lot in many elections of Judge Gilbert. . Yates. until the election. Two weeks corn- Coburg, Ky, The Adair circuit court will the past. from-nowoiu Mr. J O. Bussell has received a There will Fall goods have commenced to armence Wednesday morning, after. 'the ' Mr. and Mrs. Jo Bussell have reMrs. B. F. Bowe spoke at Mill town rive, and heavier clothing is being, Sedan car. . election. The docket is light.. Look over the News thi3 week and to Louisville. Monday in the interest moved ttai- mi, kmiA Vtnll atanw la uigii Bas - 'decide whether or not ttisanews- 4 XUD UdOU uau aooouu la party. ,She .was greeted by a There address is No. 5 East Over i CoraV. cutting has commenced m - -- . v But little more time for'canvasslng. i ket Jball;w.iUnow.start. Park. some sections ofthe county. - HfMgod audience. i i.iMr;-r--pro-found- est years old. To our knowledge she Is survived by two sonB, Hon. Lilburn Phelps, prominent lawyer, and Prof. Loren Phelps, who are honorable citizens, standing high in the county of their nativity. They ha,ve lost a good mother, one who has watched over them from childhood to mature manhood, and aoou& seventy Mr H. A. Moss of Louisville, who force. He classed the moonshined, is engaged in the stave business, was and the men who purchased his goods, htrea few days ago, from Cumberland as the lowest of mankind. TherSpeech county, where he had been taking up was good throughout, and was?strlctly staves.- - His wife and two sons, non partisan. H. A. Jr , accompanied him from Louisville to Cumberland Shoes. county. While Mr. Moss worked on Kin-nairctand complaint has been expressed. Mr. Smith, who is the contractor, states that he has made every effort to get the repairs for his engine, and'tonly last week they arrived, but a man from the company has not; reached here to put it together up to this time (Thursday morning) and it is not known when be will arrive We dg hob want to tnrowbones at anyone, but we want whoever is responsible for the present condition of affairs to get a move on him and give us lights. We can not depend upon water making the power for the reason that when the creek is too low service can nob be rendered, and when it is too high the turben wheel can nob run. If Mr. Smith continues as the opera tor, the town should get behind him, and if some other man should take over the plant, he should have1 the united corporation of the business men and those who carry lights in residences. The present situation is three-month- f aggravating, and the quicker It' is remedied, the better for all concerned STATEMENT OF THE OWNEB SHIP, MANAGEMENT,. CIRCULATION, TC, BEQUI&ED BY THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, of Adair County News," published weekly at Columbia, Ky., forQct., 1, 1920. 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, and business manager are: t about it. During the night the so- We havVsjjust the yard,Mra.Mbsa-ant- I children -- mi 1 repre-sentati- ve -- -- -- 2t resi-denc- e, , journers "had loaded their wagoo3 and left. The direction they took was not discovered Their sudden departure aroused the neighborhood, and many heads come together to unravel the mystery. The conclusion was finally reached that NA3TK OF P. O. ADDEESS Hamlett" Publisher, Mrs. Daisy the mother of the baby had been be trayed, and that she was removedg' Columbia", ky. 'i"x Editor, J E. Murrell, from her Southern home in order to" ColumbiaKy. ' hide her shame; that the baby was Managing Editor, Mrs Daisy Hamlett, placed in a nursery, and that the Business Manager; Mrs.Daisy Hamlett, Southern town from which she hailed Columbia Ky- i. was not made wise to the occurrence. Mrsl Daisy Hamlett, Owner. We doubt if there is a person in Adair Known- 'bondholders, mortgagees, county ah this time who remembers and other security holders, owning 1 the circumstanced. per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or othersecuritiese Saturday in Greensburg. (If there are none,, so state.) None. . Mrs. Daisy Hamlett. A representative of this paper was ' Subscribed to and sworn before me in Greensburg last Saturday week' this 28th day of Sept., 1920 and found Business of all classes flour- -' SEAi: Leonora Lowe. ishing. The children were having a Notary Public Adair County, Ky My commission expires Jan. 20th., blgiday and gas was burning In all the stoves. In fact this old historic town 1921. was putting on city airs. Woodson Army Goods. Lewis' place was crowded with customers, all the salesmen being busy throughout the day. It is a pleasant We have just received another lot of army goods consisting of Blankets, town to visit, and the representaOvercoats, O. D Suits, Khaki shirts, tive of The New3 was perfectly delighted with her trip. Baincoats and Shoes T. G. Basner & Son. The remains of Joseph T. Wheat, of Mr. J H. Branham, of the Breeding color, a soldier who died in France, arsettlement, accompanied bis uncle, rived last Friday afternoon and interMr. A. W. Smith, same neighborhood, red in the Flat Woods where he lived to Louisville last week, for anppera-tio- n. before entering the army. He was a They went to St. Anthony son of Frank Wheat. where the operation was successfully Tne largest apple this office has been performed by Dr. Wathan. Mr. Bran-hareturned Thursday night, and favored with was sent in by Mr. stated that he left his uncle doing Horace Murreil. It weighed a pound well, and if no complications set up he and ten ounces, and vras very finely will be able to return home in about flavored. We certainly, appreciated the donation two weeks. '' - m well-know- n -- ) :- " -- .. - , pfathe-TDemo-crat- ic from-Leba- non I opr. f- x - V- - -- M1 -- ' JS- - ' ? 'r- -. 'ADXlR t8tts.-isi- s: county news ' WHAT'S DOING No Democratic campaign in Kentucky was ever marked by such a galaxy of speakers as Is appearing In this State at present. Governor Cox, the Democratic standard bearer, will l)e in Kentucky on October 7th and 8th, TSlizabethtown, Bowling Green, Padu-'ca- h WHAT'S DOING Registration figures throughout Kentucky prove highly encouraging to the Democratic party. Compared with the registration in the Presidential race in 1916 there is a decided gain In the Democratic majorities throughout the state. The only encouragement the Republican machinery received was in the city of Louisville, where the throng of negro office holders and their friends piled up a large total. Despite tliis fact, Chairman John L. Grayot, Chairman Democratic State Headquarters, is highly encouraged by the registration. "These figures," he declared, "Indicate clearly what is happening throughout the State of Kentucky. "The new voters, who are mainly women, have definitely aligned themselves with the Democratic party and the great moral cause It represents In the League of Nations. "The gains made by our forces in the smaller cities were In many cases remarkable. There Is absolutely no doubt that 75 per centjof the women's vote of the state will be cait for the Democratic ticket in November, which makes 'victory for the Democratic ticket in this state certain." - WHAT'S DOING IN POLITICS IN POLITICS IN POLITICS Democratic Organization in Louisville will probably go Into the courts to have their selections for election officers named in four precincts In the Tenth Ward of Louisville. In two of these precincts no white men live. In two others the three or four white men residing there are RepubThe lican. election commission to permit the DAVIS HARDWARE COMPANY. Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store Dealer In All - . and Ixraisville being his principal etops. His running mate, Franklin D. Koosevelt, toured the State last Fri day and Saturday. Secretary of State Colby will be in TouisvilIe on the night of October 22nd. Colby is one of the finest speakers in the country, and will no doubt attract Democrats from out in the State as" well as in Louisville. The Democrats, therefore, asked the ap- kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness A pointment of white --Democrats from other sections of the city to serve ii these precincts. The commission, controlled by a Republican sheriff and a Republican election officer, not only declined this request, but instead appointed negro election officers to serve for the Deino crats. This action was a clear violation of the lawj'as none of these negroes were registered as Democrats. It is from this ruling that the Democrats propose to appeal to the courts. Tliis incident is reminiscent of the practiced in the South by the Republicans after the Civil were War, when negro forced on the white people. The whole carpet-baggetr- y office-holders and Farming Implements. carefully selected stock of Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Oils. A Tinware, Wagon, Paints A notable array of the nation's lawmakers will also campaign the State for the Democratic cause. Vice President Tlios. R. Marshall is booked In Kentucky for October 18th, 19th and Oth. .Senator J. Thos. Heflin of Alabama Is in the State all of thteweek, as is Congressman Claude Weaver of "Oklahoma. Congressman Edward B. Alraon of Alabama will campaign the State during the week of October 18th. .Senator Oscar Underwood of Alabama Characteristic of the Republican will also be here on several dates not policy of taxation Is the law enacted - yet assigned. by the State Legislature relative to tTi"n- tobacco. This law fixes the burden on An effort of the Republican National the farmer, who, with tobacco in his Headquarters to line up the churches barn or in a hogshead being held for against the League ofNations, is seen a better price, is required to pay a rate In the telegram sent to Dr. E. L. Pow- of 40 cents on the valuation. The toell, pastor of the First Christian bacco speculator holding tobacco from the same grade, whether or not it is Church at Louisville, by Fred B. Smith, in hogsheads, Is required to pay a rate "a prominent Y. M. C. A. and of only 15. cents on the same valuaThe Republican party is no Movement World worker. tion. Smith asked Dr. Powell to help him in- friend of the tobacco farmer. cite 75 clergymen from the Central Governor Ed Morrow has gotten himWest to make a pilgrimage to Harding's front porch at Marion. Dr. Pojv-el-l self in a pretty tangle because of a declined to become a party to such speech he made, deliberately misrepthe League of Nations. This a move, and suggested that Mr. Smith resenting orator told his audience that a trumpet to his lips and blow ballyhoo "place could be a blast that would rally to the League the United States Slam or forced to send an army to Timbucto of Nations every minister in the counwithout the consent of Congress. When try." The Church Boards and Councils him on are already committed to the League Franklin D. Roosevelt twitted the govhis knowledge of geography, of Nations, and this G. 0. P. move is ernor answered that he might not an effort to reverse them in their know geography, but he certainly does know American history. Whereupon Mr. W. W. Davies gave Gov. Morrow : Prospects for a Democratic victory a little lesson In American history, acin Kentucky never appeared brighter. companying It with the assertion The first week's straw vote in the Rex-al- l that the governor knows less history drug stores throughout the State than he knows geography. shows a total of 6,130 votes for Cox Mr. Davies cited at least five treaties against 3,508 for Harding. Even in made by the United States in which Louisville, which is under Republican the political integrity and independcontrol, Cox is running abend with 363 ence of various nations are guaranto Harding's 286. teed by the United States. This is the exact verbiage bf Article X which In a speech made at Baltimore Sen- the Republican side show spielers deator Harding frankly confessed to in- clare will lead us into wars. Thus the competence for the office of President Republican party wants to withdraw of the United States. In response from the treaties guaranteeing the independence of Columbia. Liberia, Panato a question from the audience about ma, Hawaii and Cuba. They signed the Xeague of Nations, lie answered, these treaties under Republican presi"I am perfectly frank to say to you dents and -- nobody made the foolish that I am without a single program claims that they would lead us into constructive' in .character about an wars. association of nations." After three years of world wide discussion of the Being Republican candidate m for principle of the League of Nations,-Jier- e Congress .from the Fifth District, is a candidate for President who Congressman Charles F. Ogden natur- -' confQSSPS that he hasn't got an idea ally prefers black audiences to white. Last Monday he failed to respond to on the subject. Can you beat it? an invitation to. address the MinisteThe maiorityvof the leaders of the rial Association of Louisville, com-- ' posed of white ministers. A week JBull Moose party, disgusted with the before, however, lie displayed great reactionary control of the Republican alacrity in making a speech to an as:Party, have definitely "announced their sembly of colored preachers and colsupport of the Democratic ticket, and ored church women. Because of at this meeting, appeal to all progressives to vote for James H. Richmond, Democratic nomCox. Among ttiem are Harold L. Ickes inee for Congress, has challenged him and Antoinette Funk, both of whom to a debate on the League of Nations. were delegates to the Republican Na- He has 'as yet received no reply. tional Convention at Chicago ; Ben B. Lindsey. Colorado, founder of the How long do you want to carry the 'juvenile courts; Francis J. Heney, of burdens of the Republican party? San Francisco, who purged California The Republican Congress of 1918-2politics of corrupt corporation influ- has appropriated five billion four hunence; John M. Parker, Louisiana, who dred million dollars to be spent this THIS IS THE LARGEST (Was Theodore Roosevelt's candidate year. APPROPRIATION for Vice President on the Progressive PEACE - TIME ticket Their action will influence EVER MADE IN THE HISTORY OF thousands of independent voters to line THE UNITED STATES. "up with Cox. The Republican Tax Commission in Kentucky has increased taxes to the Pershing said, "Lafayette, we are highest point ever known in this state, here." Harding echoes, "Lafayette, we by boosting all assessments. The Republican City Administration have quit." in Louisville has Imposed the highest largest assessment ' In striking contrast to Senator Hard- tax rate nnd tothe ever known the citizens of Kening's opposition to the Federal Farm tucky's metropolis. Loan Act and his advocacy of one dolEverywhere the record is the same. lar wheat, Is Gov. Cox's aggressive Wherever the Republican party adcampaign to help Ohio farmers buy ministers government, there taxes are unpreeedentlyliigh. tractors. In 191S Gov. Cox deposited x two million dollars of the State IndusThe Louisville News, a negro newstrial Commission money .in country paper of Louisville, is making p. terbanks, so that part of it could be loan-c- d rific onslaught on Senator Pat" Harrito farmors to buy tractors. He then son, Chairman of the Democratic secured a ruling from the Federal Re- Speakers' Bureau, comparing him, of serve Bank that notes given by farm- course to his disparagement, with the ers jmrcnasing tractors be discounted negroes who were sent to the Congress on tlie same basis as agriculture, imple- from. Mississippi during the ment paper. By thesQ. means Ohio days. In "this connection the "When negroes ruled farmers were enabled to buy that year paper says: 1,932 farm tractors, doubling the num- Mississippi our delegations were comber in the State. posed of statesmen who kept faith with their oaths to keep the Constitution, The Republican campaign handbook who'' consecrated themselves to the omits the covenant of the League of Igreat problems of democracy." Nations entirely. Perhaps they did not f Do you want these negro statesmen consider the League of Nations an is- - reinstalled In office? If so, vote for Senator Harding, who has promised to '. sue in this campaign. give them full representation black "Dollar wheat makes a very profit- men and black women In the offlceB able occupation to a farmer" who farms of the country. a. farm." Senator Harding. BUT 3&YS GET THE MONEY. -- Fulf "Line of Farm Impliments , We Also Handle Auto Supplies t occurrence is a significant indication of what continued Republican rule in Kentucky means. The leading negro newspaper of Louisville has put forward a candidate for the Louisville Board of Education. From this it Is but a step to mixed schools in Kentucky. The same paper is also exhorting the negro voters of Louisville to vote against the million-dolla- r issue of school bonds because most of the money is to be used for white schools. Lacking the- courage of Seuator Beckham and James H. Richmond, of Louisville, candidate for Congressman, the Irish question, their Republican opponents have giyen a great exhibition of dodging, following the example so ably set by their national leader, Warren G. Harding. Beckham and Richmond came out in manly fashion against recognition of Irish Republic. the present So far Ernst has not had the courage to answer the question and Ogden has e letter. "I straddled it in a can not give definte answer," says Mr. Ogden, "because conditions are shifting."' True enough, and Congressmen fire shifty. on so-callsix-pag- We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our line Inter-churc- h - DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries Old Stand Phone 171 Columbia, Kentucky. -- I The Democratic State Headquarters at Louisville will shortly scatter broadcast over the state a circular distributed by Republicans of the Chicago convention against Warren G. Harding. Harding Is on record in two speeches in the Congressional Record in favor of dollar wheat. " "Under normal conditions," says Harding, "dollar wheat makes it (farming) a very profitable occupation." The Farm Defense League of Ohio distributed this "handbill in the effort to head off Harding's nomination and is still fighting him all over "he nation. Governor Cox was greeted with tremendous crowds at every appointment in the State. 'He was highly pleased with his reception in Kentucky, and felt cenfident the Democratic ticket would be elected in the nation. d u c k h e a d7 VE UNION R ALL S l HAinvtiJ-C MADE k L. H. Tones Veterinary Surgeon and Denlisl s Made with extreme care m gk for many years by - m ffl MB of a -- A recurrence of race riots in Chicago, where the negro dive keepers are given special privileges by the Repub-Iica- n Office administration proves what a danger to the community It is when any one element is pampered for po- Special attention given Disease DomestJs Animals at Re . .- -. - mile of 'own, on .town road 3 1 W JEr Under Republican litical purposes. rule in Chicago this policy has. already led to two serious race rlofs. The- - . Columbia, Ky. Og-de- ns 0 publication In the Republican organ, the Louisville Herald, of the successful settlement of international quarrels by the League of Nations is In curious contrast to its editorial League will breed propaganda that-thwars. This story tells how the Council of the League prevented war between Poland and Lithuania and between Finland and Sweden over lie Aland Islands. In both of these controversies peaceful process of mediation prevented wars, fully vindicating the League of Nations. e -- Franklin D. Roosevelt is more than, any "other enthusiastic speaker who has visited Kentucky. After campaigning two days he stated that he was confident that the Democrats would carry the State by fully 60,000. We think his figures are too high. We would be satisfied with a ma: jority of 10,000: Senator Pat Harrison has a statement from the Democratic National Committee to the effect that Cox will carry Newj York, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and West Va., in addition to the Solid South. 'nrrz&x 1 The first woman Democratic mass meeting ever held in Louisville was such a wonderful success that even Republicans were astounded. The best citzenshlp of Louisville filled historic Phoenix Hill Hall to overflowing and inspired the workers of local and state organizations to new enthusiasm to . carry the state" for Cox. -- LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, Piano and ! (Voice. Athletics under a trained athlets. - Wholesome environment, Stud- - It is less than one week until registration day. Every woman's duty it is to register next Tuesday so that she may ote in November to help offse't the eighty thousaniTnegro women voters which will be cast'solidly by the Republican party for the Republican candidates. If Harding is elected in November you may have a negro postmistress In your town next year. Last week a delegation of negro men and women visited the Blarney Stone at Marlon to vow unending support to. the Republican party. One of the speakers, a ent body of high moral character. 1 HENRY W. DEPP, lETSTTIST Am permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done. ' Rates $ 8G.00 a year. Catagogue upon request. R. V. Bertnett, B. A. Principal. ( -- carpet-bagger- y -- Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. YES IT DYED OR CLEANED Thaf last year's suitor dress can be made to appear like a New One. Send Via Parcel Post. negress, Informed Senator Harding All Work Guaranteed' that the negro women expected their Office: next door to post office. share of patronage In proportion to .negro women votes cast. the number of Jn reply he promised full rlghtB of citizenship to his colored audience. The appointment of a colored postmaster In your town or a negro collector of See my line of Men's odd coats, S2.75 Internal revenue In Louisville win J. F. Neat. to 83.75 therefore give no surprise. 5r-2- 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (incorporated) Louisville, Ky. t Read the "Ads" in The News. ADIE COTOT NEWS REGRETS i K W 1 - 7im&S$&i m 4 " j- ' MUIK Uh ILUIIUNlj men, old men and boys - 9 'ff I am: now ready to supply young t withelothing. supplies daily.. " I have an" immense stock and receiving new I can interest you in prices. If you need any - i lJP 1 f - I w 'thing 4n this line, call at once." . Jt-- o- - , :& - . SHOES! SHOES!! I My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. SCHOOLS STAND STILL BETTER SCHOOLS IN NORWAY bought them right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. 9 Everybody and everything appear Some of the nations on the other to move forward while the rural side of the Atlantic are pushing ahead school stands still. Few people ride In buggies or surries these days; but In the practical education of their chilthe children go to pretty .much the dren. Besides school work, children same kind of school their parents at- are taken on long excursions so they tended. may become acquainted with what That this tendency to let the schools other people are doing in other localstand still is the same in many por- ities. All of which proves conclusivetions of the country can be seen from ly that we in America must make our the following extract from a letter schools real schools for real 20th Cenwritten the Bureau of Education at tury Children. Washington by Governor W. L. HardThe following extract from School ing, of the great and progressive state Life will give, the reader an idea of of Iowa : .these excursions which are being de "I spent a week last September veloped for school children in Norcountry schools. I way : visiting was amazed at the small progress that "Excursions of pupils which were had been made in the last 20 years in much in vogue before the war are these schools. I was equally amazed again conducted and on a much larger at the interest manifested by the peo- scale than formerly. During the sumple who supported these schools, do- mer vacation many of the schoolbuild-ing- s ing whatever was necessary to Imare opened as 'travel bureau.' prove them."" The seats and desks are moved out or placed out of the way, and the schoolhouse is equipped as a pupils' OR one-room i t i i I can also accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. -- - - ;.- BUCCIES AND WAGONS.!! have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices.Rid-in- g and walking plows, all kinds at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. s It'matters not what you need onthe farm, I can- please you in the article andfprice. X AUTOS SCHOOLS, WHICH? hotel. 'Folkeskolen' reports that an L y Is Even big, beginning to realize rrvsehools and her teachers are not getting a fair deal. Here is a statement recently published In School Life. It does not speak of rural schools; but the reader can mentally change the figures to suit his or her local conditions and the shoe will fit all right. "Of the 2.000,000 new automobiles type, valued at apof the pleasure-ca- r proximately $2,000,000,000, that will be sold In the United States during the present calendar year, It is conservatively estimated that ,New York City alone will purchase 50,000, valued $50,000,000. It Is estimated that there are in the city of New York 100,000 chauffeurs, whose salaries will amount to approximately $150,000,000. Garage charges (there are 240,000 cars, approximately, in the city) will be not less than 25,000,000, probably much Certainly a community that more. can afford to pay nearly a quarter of a billion dollars a year for pleasure-ca- r service can manage to provide the teachers of Its 800,000 children with a decent living. Really, the $36,000,000 paid our teachers for the year 1919 is a bagatelle by comparison." rlchS arrangement been found satisfactory: A certain schoolroom in Stockholm is furnished with 22 cots, mattresses, pillows, and like the following has blanketsnd 6 washbasins. These arrangements accommodate a group of 20 pupils, with the 2 teachers In charge Towels and sheets are brought by the travelers themselves. "Every school In the cities Is furnished with a school kitchen. Permission is given to the travelers to use this and the cooking utensils in preparing breakfast The midday meal is taken at some of the inexpensive, and yet very good, hotels that are found at all principal points. All arrangements are made beforehand, so that each bureau and hotel knows when every party Is to arrive. "Boys and girls travel separately. If Looking Thiough Smoked Glass- but the man with a straight the trip is short, it Is made on foot; spine a clear head and a stout If longer, the boys use bicycles. Trips es or Blame Adam and Eve. to more distant parts requiring 10 days heart is going to be bigger and or 2 weeks are made by rail or steamever. boat. It is always possible to get very Elbert Hubbard once said that richer than much reduced rates for a school excurIf you don't like to do business sion. Pupils from different countries "Man has a great many troubles visit each other in this way; the presbut moat of them never hap- - under the present conditions ent season will briflg pupils together blame Adam and Eve. Don't i from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Fin- en. blame the Democrats or the Reland, Holland and Germany." The coming year is going to be publicans for the H. C. of L., or i i WOODSON LEWIS KENTUCKY. GR,EENSBURG, A - WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT? SCHOOL "BOARD eiecf-ioPRe$tP6NTIPvl the most prospersus you have your wife or the hired hands. ever had, It is going to be the This is the time for sanity not most prosperous we have ever for calamity. The country needs had. more lions and fewer rabbits. We make these statements in spite of calamity howlers, over all brigades, panic pessimists, and election year bogymen This is a mighty good country in which to live after all. To be sure prices seem high -- foods. erate price. You save when you buy it Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: There are no failuresit always makes the sweetest, most palatable of mil- First It is sold at a mod- 1 leading domestic science teachers and cooking experts. Fourth: It is used by lions of housewives eiicrioH I FOUR OF To . wnoie F0TUR6 OF , and there is'ashortajreof tion. produc- - peopie . ir WORLP poueies - But nothing will happen. That is nothing will happen to us individually unless we all get frightened collectively. I we all learn to smile and fight nothing can stop us. Tnis country isn't going to the bowwows. Its too big and too prosperous and has too much at stake to let everything go to smash. The truth is, only those looking for trouble will find it. If There is absolutely nothing wrong with this country. It is healthy physically and sound financially and if you do not prosper more this year than ever before it will merely be the results of fear wrong thinking. The men who build successfully are never bears, grumblers are pessimists, or don't look through smoked glasses. Let your vision be - clearyou mind active, and your backbone stiff. Ex. A clear colorless liquid that will heal wounds, cuts, sores and galls is 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 1 Blfflli III lmfc8fc92"aEE3 Y0U BUYIT-fflf- H Y03J -- USE IT SsfigS: lliyillM npiaiipKlfi Powder that can be produced. Was given highest awaras at World's PureFood Exposition, Chicago;Paris Exposition, Paris, France. a Fifth: It is the best Baking ingredients as have been officially approved by the United States Food Authorities. Sixth: t.:..i.,.-- . t, a Powder at the most economical cost. "The Biggest Bargain That Goes into the Kitchen Today." Mix plain flour with pure baking powder instead of using uncertain mixtures. Then you will know your bakings are pure and wholesome. flour cannot be adulterated. Plain, The finest quality Baking flour, 1 level teaspoon Calumet Baking Powder. V cup chopped nuts, 1 teaspoon eggs, Calumet Nut Cookie Recipe 5 cup batter, Yz cup sugar, 2 Y2 cup Then mix in the regular way. lemon juice. The man wno minds his business will have a business to Several cotton gins in ' the mind. The man who is chicken South have been .destroyed follivered and yellow hearted may lowing threats received by their frighten ' his business to death, owners from cotton growers. X dvertise in The News and Increase your Trade. jf . V ' &fMr Sf! - - '- - '"' & """ MEWS yr?r-- ' $ r- - v ,V-- 'tbtt ' " v?- - sM THE ADAIB COD fcustiiliref " eoTrncompiahcb-8aS3e)H4WUir-(,fuu-' 000 busbelst last jearand 284.000 XW. Published Pa Tfednesday&r they are aoainstLeajguepf NaT. pounas 01 to Dacca compared to ivo,r j(U- - Golam6ia, Kentucky- tions, who have hot read it, and 500,000 lbs., produced In 1919. TTje are. against it because somebody United States entire tobacco crop : MURRELL.' Editor else is. Get a copy and read for this year is now estimated at 1,478,-- . i .J Mgr yourself. It is a document to 788,000 lbs., compared to 1,389,458,00a .MRS. DAISY HAM LETT. Ibs.Tiast yearf or about 6.4 per cent save United States 'from partici-gatin- g increase. ' DiabentiennnpapexdcTOted to th InUrtft 2 -.- SttBW Socbii'prtelmately - 104,TKJ5?000 rrnrrnrirnrri XW rCtl rir'twrmHrrrrwfrfYrL-jwriirtJ ttk XXI XJj i t--t-'ww7iNjtTC7"ij-TyTVTfV'- - .- Jjjr Xil LtfCilWf--CyiJ- f wSaJt itl!r ifyTRS vm vyrrVv y.ii - Kg Clark County Indiana . Mm .Farmer's Union Speaking. country is worth almost This as second twice as much as it was before Columba' entered at the Hon. George McKelvey, National or m&U matter. ganizer, and E. L. Harrison President Mr. Wilsoflrbecame the Presi: dent. Notwithstanding his ex- Kentucky State Farmers Union, will WED. OCT,. 20. 1920. ecutive and 'financial ability, speak at the following places in Adair Co., at 7 p. m. some Republicans are very much Tabor, Monday night, Oct. 25. EufescripUon Price 1st and.2nd Postal Zone dissatisfied with his administraMontgomery, Tuesday night Oct. 2.; .50peryer. $2.00 perlyear Al Zones beyond 2nd tion. Don't it make you want Sparksville, Wednesday night, Octf A. Subscription due and Parable In'Advance " to go to the back door and throw 27. Egypt, Thursday night, Oct. 28. js up when you hear men, who never made a success ot anything, Cane Valley, Friday night Oct. 29f! Democratic Ticket Columbia, Court House, Saturdays bemeaning Wilson? Jfi rfh 30 1 n. nv. r. " r FOR PRESIDENT Again, we appeal to the DemGossip has ruined a many girl when" 'AMES M. COX, of Ohio. "tzr ocratic women of Adair county in reality there was no room for ther .?. FOR to visit the polls on election day slimy tongue to wag. Did you eve FRANKLIN D..ROOSEVELT, and,cast their suffrage. They notice the ones' who engage in making' "3r young ladies? of NewYork. should not only consider it a slighty remarks about yw Invariably they are young men whp FORUNITED STATES SENATE privilege to vote but a duty. have no sisters, neither have they the J. C. W. BECKHAM. Another thing, the State can proper respect for the mother wlfij, not be carried by the Democrats gave them birth,, FOR CONGRESS .unless they .help. rne shoujdj 'Ererysfocsurrence In the county RALPH GILBERT be sb much .inter'ekteci as the? worth treading is published in Th&Fi of Shelby County. men; and now tnat tney nave News weekly. We not only give thfD Adair happenings, but the events ln: the ballot they should use it PERTINENT QUESTIONS. Post-offic- the City f Columbia and tb pacpl of AdjJr in another world war. AT e niui.16 flUGTON - TUESDAY --- October 26, 1920 i j ; ?.T- - ; W-- W WW, 511 acres pure limestone land; located 3 miles east of VICE-PRESIDEN- T -$'. ' V' ; our adjoining counties Besider it is' Tft Elizabethtown News, Judge Gilbert has a bill better considered, by our patrons, to be on& writing upon the League of Na than the proposed bonus bill for of the best advertising mediums-- ' lt!SStl among oie vpeKiies m tne state, as asks these questions. the benefit of the aSldiers. tions p.rooT of tjfjj&ast statement, watc LUUKi ? opposed ;T 3 who say they Charleston, Ind. A thriving vtown with Banks, Churches High School, Eailroad and Electric Linesr5' This farm will be sold in small tracts and a whole the highest bid being accepted. ,There?ipea.seperate set& of improvements allnlMme shape. This is all goodland, nearly evrey foot NoT". Tpjjacco, Corn andWheat land. if yon areioolcing for an""investment, Stock Farm, or a permanent Home to make money on. Inspection of this farm before day of sale invited. If you are interested in this farm we wi be. glad to furnish any -BotPt-naissirliirone rsr K n Freetranspdrationtoand:fraa-al3 l - Those are to the League, will sideration: pleasfe give-th- w Mj knq our aavertisingijolumns. Mr. S. D. Barbee Vjt-- . : Terms made interrogatories a careful Is-ther- con- a sane citizen of this country who does not believe that .this League was made be-cause' all other means had failed? e Is .there a sane man who doubts the compentency of Wilson, ed has purchased the: WHAT IS street, residence, on Burkesyllle where"" Mr. J, Hf Goff ndw.resides.' THE MATTER? The consideration is private. Mr, Barbee will remove to it when posses sion is given. There is a large barn at When You Feel Out of Sons and tached to the property, and Mr. Bar See Things with a Dull Eye bee informs us that he will DDen a.-i-Obt livery and feed stable. krwn.pn dayof sale. For any information Call on, yl6- "trains and cars on " Don't forget the date and be ready. COOTS BROS. & SALE AGENTS, cm., V. ' Phone No.-75- 0 - Jefferso LOOK TO YOUR Lloyd George. Clemenceau and Orlando to make what they Pale Complexions," to do? Would stricken Lowered Vitality, Belgium have signed this pact if Blood. Take it thought it would provoke war? The grocery store of Leo Burchett, Russell Springs, was entered by a Languln Feelings, thief or thieves a fe nights ago and a lot of flour and groceries stolen. Need More Red an BLOOD. Pepto-Mang- Blood hauds were ordered, but it was France have Bigned this tsaly after it hatf been bled white unless it thought it was the hope of the world? Would Would Great Britian have sign- ed it after its army had been driven to the wall to die, until the United States troops saved it, if it thought there was any better way to preserve peace? If it is calculated to provoke too dry for them to trail. Certain So many people spend week after parties are suspected. week feeling down and out. They Mr. J. IT. Triplett, who has been in never stop to think thai? someing Louisville for more than a jnohth, for really is the matter. They satisfy treatment, will propably return home themselves by saying, "Oh, I'm not this week. The last word we had sick. I'll be all right tomorrow." concerning his condition was, that he And tomorrow comes again and felt some better. again. Still they feel depressed and Do not refuse to vote for a Demo-cratilanguid, scarcely able to get around. nominee on personal grounds. If you don't feel like yourself, you are not yourself. If you are veak Remember you are voting for your and pale, your blood needs strength- party when you stamp under the ening. You should know about Pep-t- o rooster. c FARM FOR ;? SALE Porte-Cocher- MAPLE. KNOWN AS THA LEACHMAN FARM 3 Miles ry Nawar why have tions of the World signed it inthirty-nin- e cluding all the South American countries, which are as far from Europe as the United States? If the Republican contention that it will provoke war why is it that all of the neutral nations of Europe signed it? Do they want war any more than the XJniteci StateB? Mangan, that famous blood tonic. Physicians recommend it and prescribe it because it contains just the ingredients needed to make red blood, lb renews your energy, puts you where you ought to be. Begin with it today. Get the tablets if they will be more convenient to take than the liquid. Both have the same medicinal properties. But be sure you get n the genuine Ask for "Gude's" and be sure that the t full name, "Gude's is on the package. Advertisement. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan- ," A few evenings ago Mr. W. O Selby and Miss Gosie Graham, of Russell Springs, were happily married. It is East of Greensburg, on the Columbia Road. r. a popular couple and their numerous friends are now congratulating them. Stray. Thereaooal black brood sow at my place. Will weight 250 poutfds, also a black shoat. weight about 75 ' pounds. The owner can have same by paying ' expenses. , Holladay, Columbia, Ky J.O -- house, 8 rooms, 2 halls 4 porches and Beautiful two-stoe, large yard with beautiful maples, and long maple avenue to road; well and a sistern at kitchen-dooOther good wells on farm and plenty of water. Three poultr houses, 2 poultry yards, 'garage-- , and all kinds of fruit, large grape' arbor, gooseberries, new strawberry bed, raspberries, rhubarb, plums, and pear trees, orchard of 1000 apple trees; good garden. ' ., , buildings. Two large tobacco barns, stables, 3 large corn cribs, 2 tenant houses and out2 308 ACRES OE THE BEST LAND u - IN, THE STATE: land is all level and I operate a tractor ovor all- of it. No waste Why is it that Switzerland ' Let every Democratic .woman in land. This land has been well taken care of and newly fenced with the best woven signed it after a referendum to Adair county vote. Thieves entered Mr.M. L.Mitchell's wire that you can buy. 75 acres in woods; some good timber. 100 in clover, timothy, the people, in which all the apple house a few nights ago and ?' orchard grass and red top. Kemainder in cultivation. Is FastiRg. except two German ones stole and wasted about a half barrel The description can not do justice to this farm, and it is now ready tomakemoneyy voted overwhelmingly for it? of cider" which had been made for 5l-2t. , can-ton- B Rev. Jo Wooldridge, a "well known minister of Russell county, has been tian denominations of the Unit- conducting a meeting at Hayes' Chaped States would have voted el, near Denmark, for five weeks. Up to last Friday he had been fasting against its ratification if a eighteen days' and had becomeso weak President had helped to he could scarcely put one foot in front form.it? of the other. He has a daughter, who With these indisputable facts is not a member of 'any church, and Do you believe all the Chris- home use! To No clue. Re-public- aa get rid of worms in children give them White's Cream Vermifuge. The little sufferer improves at once and soon becomes healthy, active and Price, 35c' Sold by Paull Drug ro-Jau- st. The reason I am selling is the Loose Leaf has burned and my tobacco business will me away." This Is Surely a Beautiful Country home, having been in the family nearly 100 years. For further particulars call or write tae i " Co. CHAS. L. WALTON, Foxes Wanted. on one side that the League was Napur-Tpose- of framed and ratified By the tions of the world for the establishing permanent peace nd with nothing on the other side, but the strained construction of Republican leaders for partisan effect, we cannot see how any intelligent voter can do otherwise than vote for Coxnd Roosevelt. N Mr. Ed Van Hoy and familyre-move- d Rev. Wooldridge says that he will last- - week to Iowa. Mr. Van fast until she is saved. She is teachWe failed to get last week the exact ing seven miles from the meeting, and Hoy is a good citizen and has a a nice family. He expects to farm in Iowa. number of additions to the Baptist up to now she has not put in an Church during the recent meeting. Approaching Sale. by profesThere were twenty-thre- e Corn Crop. sion and letters. I will hold a sale of 18 head of high For Sale. Oct. With the growing seascn almost class Registered Saddle-hors-es ended, except for very late tobacco 29th, at 1:30 p, m. Any one interesteA farm of 73 acresr good dwelling-housand a small amount cf the late corn d", write me for catalogue. fine water, good boundary of G. L. Jones, is now-- maturing, Kentucky's that timber, 8 miles East of Colgmbla, on Emily Conover. er, Ky.. v fcpublio roadi r : Hater crop prospects new indicate the pro- a e, Greensburo;, Kentucky To the Voters of Adair County out side Columbia District: Greys $2.50 each I am a candidate for Member of the Reds $5.00 each School Board and I solicit your votes. WTS. HODGEN, T. A. HoMuUu-rCampbellsville, Ky. . i In all malarial countries the popCull Lumber for Sale. ular remedy is Heroine. Peop'lefind it a good medicine for purifying the S2.00 per hundred, at my mill jn Cosystem and Jwarding oft the disease. " Elsey Young lumbia. Price, 60c. Sold v prull Drug Co. i i ''--!- , I :?-- S . . , ADAIR-3Q&- N - A -i . N,- - NEWS miiiitfMwwMtiHiiiiu iiixtinanuttttMM a 3?$9M?$$$$$$ -- t GOODS H & Si We are receiving our New Fall Lines an are showing the Newest Styles in Lalfes and Misses Coat Suits, Coats,: Dresses, Sweaters, and Complete Line of Furnishings. Mens.ahtf J$os Suits, Over. Coats, Shoes, & Etc, Our entire Fan VStbck will be Complete in a. few days. The MUIhiery Department is Full Up with the Newest - -.: STORE OF QUALITY itiiX-- -! t '4k t$ y Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps etc. Ladies Dress Goods and No ,v '- - .7" & .JtC '. 1 . 'it tions, shoes and Slippers for i Everyone. 4? -. m RWSSELL W7 Vi, ,.,,.. Creations. PRICES CORRECT. ' JL' 3l CO. v 3 . 5- -1 f CARPETS, RUGS arid FURNITURE ' :;? tijf-- 5i: - WJ. ' .l Hi.. . it jti -- J. .' .9 4p 1) iii. . .., f 1 lilfi'I:' TPS n vr .'AD 9 ' tftr.&i 7w: airs! lo 0!JS3Sc: TO viiij.:5 fj-3?- JtlO.. :- j as "J y. ?KSS7Ji-- -r M. a-w W1V m 1 3 i d itt :. vc : Rla.tt ge . Stoves . j "WfiJ 3SrtjSs?-- '' - vM .. .'us r. rs&sisn sv. . 3-j' HiQi;&&-..--.- y' -VJ-.'Si-: . VQ SS 4g 5f JUtTta S?K JhM&ZMM f f '. ..-- :2 ; .i ?v 8iif'' 3i j "siQt luavaesa -- 55 THE UNIVERSAL CXfc octeflr "? "?? fiwuay ,'.: H,A . a.: 3 fi'-l-i iSSi -- 4 i"vW O irtts ,'-1 lit' istd 6ks - y yi Vi -: V1 ". ';,? 'J- .'": X' Columbia, Phone 12 -- Kc ntucKy. Ford cars are m ore jise fill to day than ever before, .alifecessity 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 fy o. b. Detroit. We can get but a limited quantity. Please give' us your order at once as first come will get first delivery v. . Next Door to The Adair County New Office. - s- 4"&46444 Dr. J. T. Jones is quite sick at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. 0. Taylor. Mr. Wm. Hobson, attorney at law, Jamestown, was in town the first of 4 "fl0' v 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Our Office ; 1st. the week. Mrs. Caroline Jeffries and Miss Mol-li- e The Buchanan-Ly- on L PERSONAL Mr. 3. Langton, INCORPORATED. . Ketucky. Columbia, Co. Willett, Louisville, made Mrs. Byron Montgomery and her a business trip to this place a few days little daughter, Louise, visited Mr. since. Montgomery at Lebanon last week.. Mr. O. V. Mr,-E Dr. Garlin Grissom is in rathera were at the Jeffries Hotel a few critical conditon. We would ,. .'. here rficently. be glad days since. to see him out, mingling with his Mr. W. T. Price spent last week in Mr. J. F. Yost, New Albany, lnd friends. Cumberland county. made a business trip to this place a Mr. W. R. Lyon, representing BuchMr. Kay Spencer, Burkesville, was few days ago.v anan Lfou Company, was here a few hereaJewvdaysago Mr. R. L. pavidsbn, 'a 'Republican days since, to supply the needs of hjs Mr. L G Gobbin, Indianapohsv politician of Stanford, was here a few customers. ? here a few days ago. -. days of last .week. ' Mr. W. I. Ingram was in ., Louisvilie . was Mr. K. L. Snow, of BurkesyilJe,-Mr. G. A. Myers and Mr. C. C.Doty and heard Gov. Cox" speak. He says ,.. of MonticeHo; spent a day or two of days since. liere that it was the most enthusiastic Mr. E. C. Borders, Campbellayille, J last week in Columbia. crowd he was ever in.- was harp, a few davsatro. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Young accomMr. and Mrs D. Ward Denton arMr. S. W. Bledsoe, Campbellsville, panied Mrs. Joe Young; mother of rived from Metcalfe county was here a few days since. Mr. Young, to her home in Cumberfor a few days visit. Mr. C. J. Davldsonr MarysviileVOh'io, Sam Young,-- of Nashville, Tenn , land county for a week's visit. ''"' was in Columbia recently. Miss 'Dorothy Johnson, Louisville, nephew of Mr. J. H. Young, is visits was here, ing relatives in Columbia. Mr. Charles Williams arrived last week, to teach in the from Eunice, last Friday. ilson. ' Prdt. N. W. Miller, of Campbells- Music Department, Lindsey-Mr. Hugh Sharp was here, Tuesday ville, rmade a business tripjo Colum-bia'th- e She comes highly recommended. Mrs. W. A. Bryant and baby. Mel-- J afternoon, en route for Louisville. first of last week. vin, Illinois, who have been visiting Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Campbellsville Messrs. D. B. Yeach and M.W relatives in Adair and Eussall counwas upon our streets a few daya'fo, Bennett, Lexington, made a business ties, for two weeks, have returned Mr. J. E. Sanders, Campbellsyille, a trip to Columbia last week. home. revenue collectpr,was here lastFrlday. Miss Thomaslne Garnett, who teachMr "5. F. Coffey, who purchasedthe Mr. J. R. Garnetb made a profession- es at Boston, Nelson cbunty, spent a Phelps property opposite Mr. VC. (3ra al visit to Jamestown last Wednesday, few days of last week at home. vens' residence, arrived from Okla- Mrs. G T. Simpson, of Breeding, homa one day last week. He and his Mr. Geo. S. Cardwell, Louisvillejwas ar the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. visited her daughter, Mrs. N. T. Mer- family are now living at home. Mrs. Mary Lee Frazier, of Middles-borMr. Oma Goode, Campbellsville,cali cer, the latter part of last week. days who afforded her Columbia Mr. T. W. Bailey, wife and children, ed upon our hardware men a few Birmingham, Ala., who visited friends a great deal of enjoyment ago. of returned to, Jer relatives here for four or five weeks talkrng of the days of uAuidLang: Mrs. Joe Young home, in Oumberlaod county last started on their homeward journey Syne," returned tq her homahot Thursday. last Tqursday morning. week. Williamsburg, was B. Williams and wife, Dan-vill- e, 4, Jeffries visited in Campbel'sville last week. Mr and Mrs. A. T. Lowe, of Shamrock, Okla., are registered at the Jeffries Hotel. MissNellFollis, Campbellsville, was over Saturday afternoon and Sunday, visiting relatives. Mr. Jo Hurt, of Evansville, Ind , spent theNfirst of the week with ljis mother, Mrs L B. Hurt. Colvin, Frankforn, Ky., i k State Supt. of Public Instruction, was here on official business this week. .'Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hill and Mrs. Nannie Oatts of Lexington, K7., were the week end guests of. Mr and' Mrs Fred Hilluand Mrs. Rena Paull. Chewning and his daught.Mr., er, Mrs. J. P. Hutchison, are spending ;few days with Mr. Chewnlng's son, Mr. A. S.Chewning, Hopkinsville, Ky. :Mr.-FraniJ.-F- . 1 And Trade With Us. Because you know us, . --"- " 's . 5nd. 3rd. Because we have had 9 years' experience irst the Real Estate Business. Because we know Marion County Values. ... 4th. 5th. , Because we take care of the farmer and the? farmer's interest. .., ;,; 4j Because we loan you money ta help finance any farm that you buy from us. . . i THE C, W. HAGAN LEBANON, KY. AGENCY"-...1- " - Mr. Casslus Hood, who has been in Cooper Building. last-Monda- y, --- ?l V Ashvilie, N. C. for his health, return C. ed home last week. Hia brother, Mr. Fbree Hood, went down accompanied him home. Mrs Nannie Murrell and little daughter, who have been in Illinois about 4 years are spending a few months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Bailey, of Cray. Craft,. Mr. I. K. Miller and two sons John and Sam, the latter's wife and little daughter, Margarte, prominent agriculturists' of Taylor county, their office being at .Campbellsville, attended services here Sunday. W. Hagan. .Phone 25! R. M. Spalding BIG SALE ON MERCHANDISE From Oct 14 to Oct. 24. will give 10 per cent. Discount on Clothing, Underwear, Sweaters, Shoes, Hats and Caps and all Merchandise, Shoes being retailed at Now is the time to wholesale prices save money on fall purchases. I to-da- y. o, Suddarth, who made a trip to Kansas and Colorado, returned hpme last Tuesday night. In Colorado, he spent anight wth Mr.. Henry Hurt, who be sayp, Mr. Sam Las-anim- as Come early before my Line is Broken. was looking fine and gaining his , health. tTd vote the Democratic ticket, stamp in the clrde under the rooster. L. M. Smith, ,. Cane Valley, Ky. U-- - 1 - - K- - ( ADAIR. COUNTYINBWS MEN FOR PALESTINE SHIPS GUIDED Gradyville spas Zionist Official Appeals for 10,- OOGVo!unteer Workers, Are Necessary for the Basic Reconstruction of the Jewish National Homeland. NOW BY "EARS" The weather is delightful this The recent frost has .not .done any serious damage. Wheat sowing and sorghum making is the topic of the day. Miss Maud Wilmore, of the L. W. T. S., spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Clem Jones, of East Fork, called to see us, on his return from Columbia, the first of the week. Our corn crop can not be beat in this section, this season. J. L. Dudley and wife visited relatives atEast Fork the first of the week. Quite a number from this place attended the Russell Creek Association at Society Hill last week. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill and their daughter, Miss Ruth, visit-e- d their relatives and friends at Russellsville a few days last week. Mrs. W P. Flowers, who spent several days at Bowling Green, with her daughter, Mrs. Mc- Candless, returned home last i Listening Devices in Hulls Tell Channel Route Into New York Harbor. thousand volunteer, chosen from veterans of the' v)Hl war, the Jewish Legion, and CAN TELL EXACT LOCATION slfVd workmen, to enlist at once for If 'Months' service in a Jewish indus-t- r' ' army In Palestine, are necessary Sound Waves Emitted by Energized for the basic reconstruction work of Cable Laid in-- Center of Channel tl" Jewish national homeland, accord-I- n Are Picked Up by ' to Bernard A. Rosenblatt, presl-fl"- f on Vessels. of the American Zion common-TWM'twho Is now In Palestine In the New York. The principle of "folinterests of "Balfourla," the colony of low the green line" used successfully tl American Zion commonwealth. by the management of New" York's Mr. Rosenblatt recommends a regular army organization with a general subway system In handling crowds at of three which,- - as a Jewish ln-- d congested transfer points, has been cM rial commission, will supervise adapted In a measure to Insure safety V - work of the Jewish labor army In to ships at sea around crowded harbors. - Instead of a visible "green n" 'lilding the Holy Land" line," however, a device ha been per"Our biggest task, once the call Is for volunteers, will be In sift- fected whereby vessels seeking their ing out the applicants and determln-li- " way Into harbor In thick weather can upon the 10,000 to go," he said. follow with safety a submerged and ' u' ' ey could all be occupied in the one energized wire. In the outer 'reaches of New York ; of building houses for future The army should work only harbor, where deep water meets on Jand belonging to the Jewish na- shoals, there begins a marine passagetion. !:ind5 secured from the Palestine way known as Ambrose channel. This govt'iiiinent, from the Jewish national channel leads up through the Narfund, the American Zion common-w-'- h rows Into the Inner harbor and to the or other agencies of the Zion- docks, and in this channel the guiding cable has been laid. Ships properly ist urbanization." addltiQti to the construction of equipped to take advantage of its Iuhe points out that such an guiding powers can follow It through anm would be busied In preparing any kind of weather with the same degree of assurance as can the lain) for immediate settlement, irrigan who seeks to make his way tion, afforestration, sanitation and from Grand Central terminal to Times ering works necessary for the square. of Industry and commerce. "The nucleus for such an industrial Guides by Sound Waves. ar::iy Is already In Palestine In the The device consists of a cable 16 groups,' working on the miles long laid In the center of the lauds of the Jewish national fund and channel. It is energized with an alIn the group that is developing 'Bal- ternating current from the shore. fourla,' the first colony of the Ameri- Ships to take advantage of it must can Zion commonwealth," he con- be equipped with audlphones or listencluded. "I am convinced after two ing devices attached to the hull. Apvisits to Palestine that only through proaching the channel, the sound such a huge disciplined Jewish labor waves emitted by the cable can be army, will we be able to reconquer heard for some distance, and the Inthe land of our forefathers." creasing or decreasing strength of the steered sound enables the ship to until It Is right over the source. "MARY 0' THE MINT It is then a simple matter to follow its course through the dredged channel despite storm or fog, which would make the marking buoys Invisible or would tend to confuse the warning notes of automatic bell and whistle markers. Can Tell Exact Location. This cable is but an additional protection for shipping entering American ports. It supplements the radio compass installed and operated by the naval communications service now in successful use all along the Atlantic coast. By the compass ships can ascertain their exact position in any Another 'proteckind of weather. tion recently tried out by the navy department Is a machine for determining depth of water and proximity of other ships through the readings of sounds from the propellers reflected back from the bottom or near-bJerusalem. Ten Audi-phones h, st-H- T g CS Suffer? & i..; etTMJ Wonders for Me," Declares This Lady. "I suffered for a long time withwomanly weakness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson of 57 Spruce St., Asheville, N. C. "I finally got to the place where it was an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n pains in esmy side and back pecially severe across my back, and down In my side there was a great deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily Up- -, set. r B H ! I j .sW -inm m jH jft M DRINK p DOUBLE-DAR- K Have it In your home R1 EX at all times HsB VssTsl m w H j The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory The OERTEL Co., Louisville, Ky. Incorporated "Makers of Oeriel's Light, or Dark or Double Dark," 3 s S m Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville, Co. Distributor, Kentucky. Is-'i- ed in-!- ts. i s TAKE Jour new store! 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you & I- GARDU The Woman's Tonic "I heard oLCardu! ahd decided to use it," continues Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was bene-fitime. so I keDt it ud and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been giaa to praise Cardui. It is the best woman's tome made' Weak women need a tonic. Thousands and thousands, like .Mrs. nc - pas-spng- er en-pi- Ta y bodies. SUNDAY BASEBALL GETS JOLT Women Control Jewett, Tex., and lence Diamond Struggles on Si- - Sabbath. Jewett- - Texas. In Jewett, Texas, where the women rule not only the home but also the city, there will be no more Sunday baseball. Every city officer of Jewett, with the exception of the chief of police, is u woman, each having been elected last April when the husbands, saying they were disgusted with office, dared the women to oppose them. The women did, with the result that they won out In the voting. The congregation of the Methodist church recently passed a resolution against Sunday baseball. All the members of the municipal commission, Including the mayor also a woman are members of the church. That set tled Sunday baseball. I Miss M j O'Reilly is the first woman to hold) the office of assistant director of the United Slates mint In the absence of the director, she has charge of the manufacture of gold and sller coins. Approximately 700,000,-00- 0 coins pass through her hands every year. She receives a salary of only $2,100 annually. -- u-- week of cases There are of chickenpox in this community at this time, confined principally to the young folks. Uncle Robert 0. Keltner, who received a very bad wound on his hand, from a fall, a few days ago, is improving at this time and it is hoped by his many friends that he will be out again in a few days. Mrs. Breeding, of the Lone Star State, who spent the summer months with her sister, Mrs. W. L. Grady, returned to her home last week. Bradshaw Bros , of Columbia, who have been in the lumber business here for the past three tered months, have quite a lot of money in this section. They were in our midst a few days ago and informed us that their sales were not as good at the present as they had been. L. B. Cain, the stock dealer in this section, received quite a bunch of cattle here last week at prices from 6 to 7J cents per lb. Mr. Cain informed us that stock cattle were a little scarce at the present, through this section. S 5 JH KJ s s 24 tetter than never in your need for WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS and & s We Simpson; have found Cardui of benefit torthem. Try Cardui for your trouble. Huhbuch Bros. Wellendorff INCORPORATED ALL For More Than 40 Years on Market Street DRUGGISTS One of the BestjStores of Louisville 8S25 aKsKaHa? Ky. n INHS close to post-office, J. 80 itfsrBSHaHSHs Big Auction Sale of Land. scat have subdivided the old Cy Barton farm containing the 220 acres into tracts of 25 to 50 acres. ' This land is located on the Stanford pike, 6 miles from the town of Columbia, m X HAIL In Field One FIRE In Barn -- well-know- n and good 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 bay a small farm at your own price as every tract will postively be sold church Insurance Policy Protects i every Minute Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE without reserve or limit, one half cash balance one and two years time. Sale will begin promptly at IO:00, o'clock, on Thursday Oct. I4th 1920, Barton & Young, Columbia, Ky. Col. L. T. Neat, Autcloneer. ' W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Insurance Mr. C. 0 Moss, who has been MAN, 80, ADOPTS WIDOW, 52 Wealthy Sea Captain Rewards Woman Who Nursed Him Through Pneumonia" New York. As a reward for the care and attention she showed him when he was dangerously 111 wtth pneumonia, Arthur H. Clark, a former sea captain and hale and hearty despite his eighty-year- s, adopted Mrs. ilabelie 13. Fowle, fiftvrtwo, and whose home Is Newburyport, Mass. Mr. Clark is manager emeritus of Lloyd's and reputed wealthy. Mrb. Fowle Is a widow and quite comely and through the adoption pro- - Won Race With Playful Dog Carrying Dynamite -- ceedlngs now becomes Mabelle Fowle Clark. While in Massachusetts last spring .Captain Clark was taken with pneumonia. Mrs. Fowle- - was called in to attend him, and mainly through her efforts the old man was brought back to health, after his life had been despaired of. It Is believed that in gratitude he decided to adopt her and thus make her the chief heir to his ."fortune. Estate Left Young Girl. Redding, Cal. A scribbled note on a- scrap of paper has been accepted In court as the will of Gustav Wester-'hola marine engineer, leaving all his property, valued at several hundred dollars, to Jessie Llmon, fifteen-car-ol- d schoolgirl of Areata. The girl .works after school hours at an 'Areata hotel, and her diligence so Impressed Westerholm, who stopped ilhere one night, that he left his es horned severely. tare to her. -- e charge of building from this place to Columbia, put in his mouth. several days work on this end of When he began to swim back the road during the past two toward Peter, the latter began home, half a mile a maraUion weeks and we are glad to say away. Pedro ran fast; but Peter that he is getting along fine ran' faster, and just as he enwas a tered his house there with the work and everyone is explosion. Now a highiy pleased with his work and .hole In the road marks the place once ran. where Pedro we must say here when this road is completed we will have the best road of the county. The Two Matadors Horned. Matador Correa, who fiscal court viewed the prospects Barcelona. had previously been wounded while fiehtlne a bull, struck a bone with his last 'week and we understand Isword and fell on the animal's horns. the work was perfectly-satisfactoHe was tossed and received a deep with the court. wonacU Matador Arequipeno also" was the-pik-- Peter O'Brien, a turtle hunter of Lancaster, O., won a half-mil-e dash in record time, in a speed burst with Pedro, his dog, In whose mouth was a 'stick of dynamite, with the fuse burning. "When Peter applied a match to a stick of dynamite and threw it into a creek,, Pedro thought his master was playing with him and Jumped into the water and caught the sputtering stick In dangerously sick for the past week from a wound he received on his leg and blood poison set up from the wound, we are glad to note that he is out of danger at the present and it. is hoped by his many friends that it will be only a very short time until he will be out again. His nephew, Mr. Odis Moss, of Greensburg, a fine business man, one of much experience is filling Mr. Moss' place in cur bank. Mr. H. A. Walker, who has as as GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB IS UP-TO-DATE OUR WORK aeteieK " aeBsaeaeeeK "Tfia ? - uJS i- m&smat m ii juen-iotjif "inl'i ju..-- s ails in the treatment of Eczema Tritet. Ringworm, Itch, become discouraged other treatments failed Salvo has rIieved"hun I ejs" of such catA You can't i Hunt'sSal v B It Sis be-a- jj or C on our Money Back :ce. 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Mrs. Christine Bradley South of Frankfort, and Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton of Ohio, have signed an endorsement giving We credit for achieving the triumph of tne "votes for women" cause. Woodrow Wilson THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER to manufacture. has specialized on the construction of these tires. "" COM-PAN- Y We have a complete stock of these famous tires they cost no more than many ordinary tires. Let Us Show You Our Expert Tire Service Will positively crease Your Mileage. In- - There is No Extra Charge. mi I The Buchanan-Ly- on The ' endorsement to which Mrs. South has signed her name reads: "Today Woodrow Wilson stands forth before the nations of the world as the commanding force for justice and a world democracy. He goea now to perfect that which has been baptised with the, fire of battle and sealed with a covenant of blood a world wide democracy, a democracy in truth of all the people." "Notice. mm ti&sSMIf They Are Best, But Company. Incorporated The Tax Books are now in my hands, and the taxes are due, come in and settle same at once, the sooner paid, the better for both you and the STier- fff. Cortez Sanders, SherjC, They Cost No More Tourist Tubes. Goodyear Heavy 43-- tf Adair Couafcy, Ky. No More Ugly People, 2000 EVERYTHING IN In the year there will be ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 'wood and American- - Fence. ! Posts Louisville, Ky. DEHLEP BROS. CO. Jncornoraied cl street between first and BrooK REETJ BROS. INSURANCE In All Its Branches & Fire Life Casualty Windstorm Burglary Parcel Post Hail Acreage Cpver- age--Automob- ile and Surety Bonds. u The Columbia B Service Agency" Kentucky ' , "TALKING With a-To-ne MaCHINES' as rich as Gold no more hooked noses, upturned noseB or stub noses, except upon the faces of people who don't care what kind of a smeller they wear. NOTICE. Dr. Armette, who has been conducting experiments no noses Notice is hereby given that a poll for five years, makes this an will be opened and an election held in nouncement. By that time, says Glensfork voting precinct No. 17 on the doctor, the knowledge of the regular election day in November noses' 1920, to ascertain the will of the votpatching up will be so widespread that almost ers on the question as to whether or any country surgeon will be able not they wish cattle or stock of any kind to run at large on the Pubto straighten out a homely nose lic Highways and uninclosed lands of within less than two weeks. said precinct. Witness my hand this Sept. 1st, Dr. Armette's most successful 1920. operation was upon a young girl Attest. S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. whose schoolmates had poked War Mothers Back League. fun at her because of her long nose. When she emerged from her bandages eight days later! The NationaTBoard of Ameriher nose was of normal size and can War Mothers strongly enbore no trace of the knife. dorsed the League of Nations at their Convention held at the Notice. Seelbach Hotel in Louisville on October 2. The resolution adoptNotice is hereby given that a poll will be opened and n election held in ed by the National Board" to be Nell voting precinct No 11 on the submitted to the State OrganiRegular election day in November, zation for ratification is: 1920, to ascertain the will of the vot"Whereas millions of boys ers on the question as to whether or were called to the service of not they wish oattle or stock of any the country to fight a war to kind to run at large on the Public L Highways and uninclosed lands of stop war, therefore, be it resolved that the National Board of said precinct. my hand this Sept. 1st 1920. War Mothers Witness go on record Attest. S. CLNeat Clerk A. C. C. strongly endorsing the League of Nations, the only thing that Eight Men Will Hang. stands for world peace." Mrs. James Didney, Vice- Murderers' row in the county jail is due for a cleaning out on President of the War Mothers, M.Wilson, October 14, when eight of the called on Mrs. Samuel twelve occupants will hang, ac- Democratic women's Chairman, cording to present arrangements. at the headquarters here, and reported that North Dakota would On the following day four certainly go Democratic, because more are to he executed by hangof the fact that the d ing. Two other have been League had grabbed the Repubof murder, but have not lican party in that Sfate. yet been sentenced. ' bad-looking lowering of prices. The consumer is tired of paying profiteering prices for everything he buys. He is calling' a halt by curtailing his expenditure?. The retailer realkes tins' and feels the loss of trade through the determination of the consumer to buy only absolute necessities until such time as prices return to normal. The retailer is as desirous of a reduction in prices as is the consumer, and is fighting the manufacturer and the wholesaler to this end. The latter, however, appears to be loath to surrender his excessive profits, and is Jiolding out to the end. That end, when it comes, may possibly be a federal grand jury indictment of profiteering. The government, the retailer and the consumer, when working together, are decidedly more powerful than the manufactuter and the middleman. Stubbornness and greed may succeed for a time, but it gets a jolt in the end. Press dispatches tell us that Why Veterians Should Back Demfor months a bitter fight has ocrats Given by Governor been waged by the retailer and Cox. the consumer against the manu facturer and the wholesaler. Ten reasons why former serThe bone of contention is the vice men should support the Democratic national ticket, prepared by Gov. James M. Cox, weremade public by the Democratic National Committee. The ten arguments were included by the Democratic PreBi- dential candidate in the following letter to the Argonne Post, weekly newspaper. Des Moines, Iowa. -- " "There are no ten reasons nor, indeed, any other number of reasons why a former service man should be either a hidebound Republican or Democratic partisan. I cannot refrain from uttering my sentiments on this poipt before proceeding. ' 'Uncompromising partisanship would dry uy the well springs of that healthy public sentiment which has made America. It would make men slaves to those who formulate the party policy and would forever stagnate the intellectual development of our people. , of the country the Federal Re- -' serve Act, the Farm Loan Act and other pieces of legislation that enabled it to muster the re sources of the country at a critical time so that all Americans, regardless of party, might win the greatest of all wars for humanity and for high principles. "'Because, notwithstanding that many conditions are not ideal, America is at this hour.the safest place in which to live, the most desirable and the best from every standpoint, and becaut it will come through progressive evolution to a still higher plane of development despite tie of reactionaries like Senator Harding to stop it." at-tem- ps Nollcer Notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened and an election held in Grady ville voting precinct No. ID fn the Regular election day in Nqvemi.tr 1920, to ascertain the will of th voters on the question as to whether ir not they wish cattle or atock of any kind to run at large on the Public Highways and uninclosed lands of said precinct. Witness my hand thisSept. 1st 192d.' Attest. S. C. Neat Clerk A. C. C. con-victe- t 1 -- T & The "PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc records. No extra attach- -' ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DOftNA" 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. YOTTMGr, X.. -- Ease the pain of a rheumatic attack by a rubbing application of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relieves tenderness and strengthens the joints. Three sizes, 30c, 60c and 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Senator Harding will sperk in Danville and Louisville, next week. E.'JEWELER" - . Columbia.- - - - " " ' Kentucky. $ and miners $ In a clash in the coal fields of West Va. between the Deputies ope man was killed and five others shot. William G. McAdoo will ppeak have affliated myself with in Louisville the day before I ttje Democratic party Because I election. the have agreed with its tenets as to government. I shall, therefore, Bes. hone Business Phone with your pardon, give you ten reasons why an exservice man Dr. N should support the Democratic candidates: DENTIST"Because they have constantly A. talked the broadest principles of progressive- - development, conOffice, Front Rooms Jeffries BFd. forming to the spirit of the century for independent political UP STAIRS. judgment. "Because its candidates have COLUMBIA, KY never said, and never believed, that sentiment recently uttered by Senator Harding, when he The New York Refining Comsaid "too much is heard pany has cut the price of sugar of independence of politics " to 11 cents. "Because in this year the Democratic pai ty represents the To remove bilious impurities in the honor of the country, because it sjstem and be made internally clean believes in keeping faith with and healthy, you need the fine tonic the "living and faith with the and laxative properties of Herbine. dead, faith- - with our allies and It acts quickly and thoroughly Price, 60c Sold by Paull Drug Co. faith with our foes. "Because the Democrati". parOf the 237,000 who registered ty stands for ajLeague of Nations in Kentucky towns 9,302 rnajot-it- y the existing league, to end war, is shown for Cox. to compose differences by adjust"Pussyfoot" Johnson, r ed ment of wrongs through the temperance, worker, was zvn of world opinion. "Becanse it would have attacked jy a British mob. America assume its rightful Farm for Sale. place at the head of the nations of the wor'd, unafraid to take its 175 acres, one mile North of Cane Valley, on Campbellsville pike. A place as a leader. "Because only through the good 8 room house, easy terms. A. R. Feese, Cane Yalley, League of Nations can order be brought to the worjd, and because the failure of the league Famine and disease are carrywill cause us to jevert to ing in a toll of 30,000 victims a and huge com month in Eurasia with the prospetitive armaments which are pect increasing this winter. the inevitable breeders of war. "Because the Democratic despise to appeal to racial bigotry. Notice. Years Used "Because the Republican party We have a number of farms in Adair leaders have unblushingly apcounty, Ky. Also Beveral residences pealed to the disloyalists of the in Columbia, Ky., for sale Write to United States and are unasham or call on Cravens & Neat, dealers, office on 2nd floor of Jeffries ed "to Hold their power in the "" United States Senate by reason Bldg. of Ike vote of a man found guilty In the registration Louisville of violating the law in obtaining The Woman's Tonic showed up with 100,000, the Re- his seat in that body, Senator publicans having a majority of Thruman H. Newberry. MichiSold Everywhere m. 9,000. The registration in the gan. r.r smaller cities of the State show "Because the Democratic Ada majority for Cox. ministration wrote into the laws "I believe in political parties f A negro is a candidate for a place on the Board of Eduction in Louisville. and 13-- B. 13-- i J. -- Murrell pro-cesse- ss Ky-49- -4t inter-nationalanarc- hy non-partis- an can-eidat- es 40 real-esta- te . 47-- tf I 8 Adair county news. -- fHSii fc .w'j . rx- All Roads Lead TELI. 'EM" To - ?-LX- ..- -- V--? JF & - . -- St ,"W ? W&y Lebanon ' s - -- s - ;-- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19th .., AND AUCTIONEERS WILL SELL AT .Js i .a Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Ky., With his Assistants ". J fc fc 1 HPhI lr nzT .,.--. B HL R 1 H IH H H i ''IH HI IH r To The High Dollar,, for L.":'A.iQl0iLJ4-NS,jth- e i FollWingropeTfey.vm-the0it- 7 iY?JLs ' v " of Lebanon, - Ky..? ;3ft tie t' . Best.TowWon the Main 35 PC" - - v3raiio)i-p- f 0e;Lp&-- . a:-- V sT.3-- Railroad fnora!Lomsyille?;iito JKnoxville.:i'v ? ; i SO,,.- ' ? - J - ?jrK '. I v ;iy Tl'. ?'o r1.- K,.S 'OC1E ?".- '??! i rCt :- r.'i , r Mr 1 Jf2HVj, . ,.. His residence afidU3i acres of laud on deaireable property; East Main Street the best in Lebanon; a ten room dwelling modern and. up ,to date in every particular; largefiall on first and, second floors, also bath room on the- - first and second floors, built in wardrobes; sun porches; thot water furnace; electric lighta; hardwood floors; beautiful yard, fine , shade trees and shrubbery; a. splendid barn-- njodern fire proof garage;lce hbuse, corn crib, poujtry house,, fi h pond, 'fiiie garden, plenty of fruit of aji kiDds. Tnree other sesidences on the 13J acres. , These wjll be sold seperately wil lot and garden. This property wH beubdivided, several good building lots will be qpld. There wih be 5 oc 6 acres in lots, the amresidence'will be sold with sufficient amount of ground $ should be necessaryto a home of this description. In other word, we will put with the main residence, ust as much acerage as the purchaser miy want. It is impossible to give a TiBBCriptionof this property which will do it justice. If you are interested in buying the best property and having the satisfaction of owning the most beautiful home in Lebanon, N0. 1 aiid-taos- basement W'cold storage 'plant arixiperation 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. NO. 3. A'spTeridid brick store building, adjoining the above and known as the ''Sea Building." Thi3 is a splendidly builfbriSk business house in the very, best of repair; good roof and will rent for fifteen per cent on the money iriveatedJ- - Don't fail to make careful investigation of this business property. NO. 4. A brand new Ioo3e leaf tobacco warehouse, in the best location, in Lebanon, on Woodland avenue, just off Main1 street. 140 feet by 240 feet. Modern in every respect; well lighted, 180 fire proof vire glassJsky lights, 3x5. 3 On a large lot 2J acres, also on L. & N. Railroad for a distance of 631 feet, accessible on four sides. Fire proof. Concrete floor and steel frame, steel sidings." Only oneTo'w of 'posts throtign-cent- er, driveway on three' aides. 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. -- Gampbellsville pike, 6 miles from Lebariorii It is now equipped'withr'iiew and Modern machinery has installed for interchangeable power a type ."Y" Fairbanks Oil Engine: 'Everything about thi3 mill Ids in a high newly built ihv tne. last five state of repair, 'all-bein- g j then look this over- - f . THE SALE BEGINS AT THIS PROPERTY PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. NO. 2 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 Adams Wise as a grocery and meat shop, has instrlled in the NO. 5 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. 6 What is known ,as the old "Collins Water Power Mill," located at New Market, on Lebanon and years except5 main building. The cdiicilte. wonderful" and must be seen to realized reinforced steel and concrete dam, 328 forisbay with exra wheel hcdss.- - This. mitS rignt center of a good farming country ways enjoyed a thriving business. It is a money, . v j is i er ana r now running every aay. sumcient pa can be developed without the use of coal to run elect light and water plant in Lebanon. Citizens of Lebanol investigate this proposition. This might be the cheap est and b&Fway for 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 has 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 J of the property. in-the - '-- . - -i I HKH . Our automobiles will be there for the U3e of prospective purchasers. Sale will be rain otf shine if it rsines plenty of room in Warehoou3e. 4I? k -- ' i ' ) . DINNER WILL BE SERVED AND BAND CONCERT DURING THE DAY. DON'T FAIL TO AT- All'of thisjproperty.will be sold on easy terms, which will be announced at the sale and possession of Che different properties will be given to suit the purchasers. SALE-VAjproperty of thisirind at your own price is only offered once in a life time. Remember top that you have an absolute guarantee of a fair opportunity' like this to buy TEND THIS i '' ' '" no square deal, I' 1 f'? J ' iK. For further particulars in regard to a morecomplete description of the property and to show you the property see Mr. L. A. Collins, at Lebanon, 'or phone W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my "DanvilTe bffices7 or W." A Dickerson or myself at my Lancaster Office, and we will meet youjat Lebanon at any time or take you to Lebanon at any time and show you these different properties. , . Boliver Bond and Sons will be the auctioneers. 1 7''"". by-bidde. - -- ; f '' ' t -- -- . . , x A-- '. 2 .tX.4fc. 'f--- 4 ,r nf",.;. y f. "A . y ' m A SVlNEBIOADi - yV-f-- -' ." The Real Estate Man Sales Manager, j -- - - - LaReasfer f Kentucky .. .z - - n. -- 4 r