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NUMBER i Congressman Swope may M speak- l" Mr. nomer flictumey came over 'ing his own convictions when he de- - . from Campbejlsviller, last Friday. clares for a cash bonus, but unfortuMr. E. W. Beed was in Jamestown, nately the Bepubljcan party has never days of circuit court. appointed the youngestT member of the first two Miss Frances Beed came down le Congress spokesman for the party and spent Sunday at home. Quite the contrary .Whenever Swope Bev. Jessie L. Murrell will preach Mr. H. D. Hankla, Liberty, mada a7 advances the bonus as an argument Duke, one of the noted women of the Be sure and hearBav. Joseph Sever-anc-e Breeding next Sunday.at "11 o'clok. twenty-thirat Last week we closed, the he wanders far business trip to Columbia last week: , for his State, a splendid speaker, will address next Monday at the court-hous- e year of the existence of the astray from his platform. He takes The public Invited, f Mr. Lucien Beckner,Lexington, who ' the women of. Adair county, at the afternoon. Adair County, News. The paper has the position quite opposite to that is interested in oil, was here last week-- ' next Friday afternoon. fine display of millinery court-housa prospered from. Its beginning, and at warranted by the platform and by the Trie Election Returns. Mr. T. A. Sheridian, ICincinnati, just received by Miss Julia Eubank. Every white woman "in the county this time it is in a mo3t healthy con- utterances and actions of the ticket's was should hear her. at the Jeffries sHotel last Friday. She can please you. Columbia Telephone Company has dition To our patrons who have standard bearer, Warren G. Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweets, Creels-bor- o, Mr. M. L. Grissom left here last Geo. A. Smith, Jr.. "bought four There is always a safe way by which arranged with the Western Union afood by and supported the publicawere in Columbia a few days ago. young calves from Ike Willin, a few-- Friday for Henderson, North Caro- Telegraph Company for the election tion in all these years, we desire to re- the voters can be guided in the selecMr. B. H. Bowen, Campbellsville . lina, to assist Dr. Garlin Grissom on days ago, at 330 per head. will be turn our most grateful thanks. The tion of their public officers. The returns. The court-housmixed with friends here a few days Doctor went his return home. The wired, and the people who want the paper at all times has endeavored to party platforms and the public utter- ago. Born to the wife of W. P. Morrison, to North Carolina for his health, but news will assemble in the large court use its best judgment and energy in ances of their leaders are the guide Mr. Geo. H. Nell andJIMr. Gordon Oct.,19, a son, James Hjibert. The he has gradually grown weaker and auditorium. The news will be re- building up Adair county. It has posts which may be reliably followed. Cheatham were areiioing well. called to Jamestown mother and baby needs assistance in returning home. stood for a more' prosperous county The Republican platform does not ceived during the entire night. last Friday . Grissom, is Mrs. Bachel ,more bridges and better schools. The pledge the men one single Wills Loy, who was selling goods .in His mother, H. N. Miller, Manager Mrs. Cora Barry, oMAshley, 111,, is with him. papsf made the fight for more iron solitary need of assistance. to J. B. White City, has sold his stock Every woman should hear Mrs. bridges in the county and the structSenator "Warren G. Harding in his spending a few weeks with her sister, Watson, who is now in possession. "Aunt" Nellie Hunter, an old color- Benning at the court-housnext Fri- ures were built. It'' was one of the public utterances has never mention- Mrs. W. A. Coffey. ed woman, who lived in the alley, back day afternoon. Phelps Bros Shipped forty-fiv- e leading spirits in the establishing ed any thought of assistance for the Mr. W. S. Malone, a merchant neat Hancock's residence, died and calves to Louisville last Fri- of Judge of the Lindsey-Wisoand also the men, in fact, his votes in Jamestown, made a business visit to last Thursday night. She was about A Candidate. day. They paid from 4 to 10 cents. Graded and High School. It has at the United States Senate show that this place last Friday. seventy-thre- e years old, and was very all times advocated, better roads, and he has a disposition quite to the Messrs. J. C. Patter and Ben HarNext week our paper will not be much liked by white people for whom I am a candidate for' membership we have had some very valuable road din, Lexington, had business in Co She was en published uncil Wednesday, as we de- she worked when in health. the Board of Education and begr building, and a pike to Gradyviile i On September 7, 1917, when Senator lumbia a few days ago. sire to give the result, of the election. burled In the colored cemetery Trlday that every Iegat- voter, taxpayer and Harding, Democratic, proposed an afternoon, 'many of her race,and those interested In che Educational! now In progress. The paper is DemoMr. Walter Murrell, of Aberdeen, Sam Burdette sold twenty 'mules in some, cratic in sentiment, but 'the writings amendment to the revenue act rais- Miss., who visited in the county, Teft white people attending. affairs of the county, see one of my Albany last Saturday week at prices hav.e hot been offensive nor abusive to ing the pay of soldiers serving abroad for,hls home last Friday. letters or cards It is a binding con- thaBepublican party, morning week, fire running from 885.00 to 8250 per head. andas an evi to 850.00 a month, Senator Harding Mr. J. W. Buchanan and Hedger Garnett's residence tract with you. dence of this Statement, hundreds of voted "No." Mr. Willis Loy and famjly, who have were registered S. L. McCaffree. '-at and storejhouseflocated on the Burkes-vill- e men ot that particular faith support On the subject of a bonus the Rebeen living in Columbia for a short Jeffries Hotel last Thureday. pike, in the suburbs of town. the paper. We appreciate their pat' publican platform shows not a word. Delightfully Entertained. time, have jetuned; to Glenvllle to Peter Ella, of Asia Minor, a Chris's From these buildings Jim Ed ronago, and in the future the News After sounding'! few tinkling platl- live. 9 tian, was here last Friday soliciting residence caught and it was will be conducted aud edited along the tudes about the service men, this Mrs. B. G. Bishop and daughter, funds for his suffering people. Sam Burdette sold seventeen extra sson consumed. All the parties are same lines as in the past. plank winds up by saying, that the Mr- - John Bailey, who has bean. Virginia, of Corbin, spent las&xMtcf good mules at Mont cello jast Satur colored. A stiff breeze was blowing, UitA-tthis-i time the office is doing more appropriation for the war risk insur- absent for several years, returned with Mrs.BIshop's sister, Mrs." 'A. IX day. They broughttrom 8125 to 8250 and had it not been- for white men 'is significant of the par Sunday. He is fromTulsa, Ckla. Patteson. A lovely dinner was gjven business than at any other period in ance bureau who went to the fire, other buildings per head. ty's purpose in generously carrying the past, and to,our long list of patMr. T. W. Baiiy returned from At would have burned. The loss is only in honor'of Mrs. Bishop at th9 home; again write our most for the maimed and disabled men of lanta, Ga., Sunday. --His wife aod of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tatteson. The rons we want-tthere was ever an election In a If dollars. war. For the ,men who which every Democrat should particifollowing were invited: Mesdames grateful 'thanks, promising to keep the recent children remained, and will be thara busy in the future, in endeavoring to are not maimed or disabled the Re- soma time. Mr. Elmo Pearce, who has been Gordon Montgomery, pate, it is the one that will be pulled Geo. Stults, publican platform does n6t convey a here for some time, interested in oil Bruce Montgomery, W. A Coffey, S. send out a readable paper weekly. off next Tuesday. Miss Lois Holladay, who 'spent a ' jingle word of hope. deveopment Informed The News last P. Miller, W. B. Patteson, Chelcle month very delightfully in Shelby-vill- e " This' Is our last tissue before the Friday that he "had information to Barger, and Miss MarjuMiller. The and Louisville, Jreturned home a Voting Precincts. election. Let every Democrat, man the effect that many oil men, from very delightfully spent marriage The afternoon was Katharine Lea few days ago. E, and woman, go to the polls and vote dlfierent States, would arrive in Co- Ux mpslcand games ' West Columbia, No. 1, at T. C. DavGill to Mr. Arthur Brantiey.McDaniel Miss Bertha Yates, daughter of Mr. the ticket straight. idsons. r -!' " t s was quietly solemnized Tuesday mornv lumbia in the next three or four " Zl" ' and Mrs J. C. (Crlt) Yates, is lying ...Basket Ball Games, Bliss, uNo 2, at Joe Patteson's very low ar ing at 9 o'colckr-?Octob12, afr'the League of Nations Is the only weeks He said that it required a The the home of her parents, a home of the bride's parents, Mr. and House, on Burkesville road. few miles from Coburg. that will prevent another world little time. but thev were comincrf 4 South'Columbia, No. 3, at Junius the basket Mrs. W. H. Gill, MaconJIississipph; A vkve". Let every mother and every Evidently they are coming to start Dr. Garlin Grissom returned from business if they become satisfied, after ball season Friday-nigHanjeocks. A'L Tnerhfcir vnta for ifc. at this place The bride wore,a stylish, blue Yelour North Carolina Sunday night, accomarrival, that this is an oilfield; aritf lwIthCae4iotly? contested i'game with suit with hat-ariother accessories in ...EastColumbia, No. 4, at Sam panied by his mother and Mr. Lea There will be singing at Prices Mr. Pearce, who has been on 'the Jamestown, injwhfch the final '.score har monyand fa? beautiful f bouquet .:of ,. Grissom. He is very'faeble. Chapel,' near Bliss, the 5th Sunday grounds for months, Is satisfindthat"' stood 30 to 28irr favor of 'Jamestown . .Bride Roses. 'She' is 4Turt, No. 5, at C. H. Sandusky's popular, Mrs. B G. Bishop and little daugh' 1 1 o '" v. afternoon, in this month, conducted The following young of .Columbia.. - . office, near planing mill. ter Virginia, of Corbin, who visaed J. Darnell. Everybody in- the visitor's teamt Messrs. rMcFarc 7 Tha. groom -- Is a very .prominent North Columbia, No. 6, at Mrs. fMrs Bishop's sister, Mrs. A. D. Shoes. TBV Pat vited. land, Bichards, Garner and Sharp. young business' man of Avon Park. Elizabeth Collins. teson. 'left for their home Friday We have just received about 500 The following from Lindsey's squad" Florida. Milltown, No. 7, at Iilltown. " morning. Bev. L. B. Hart will preach at the pairs of assorted shoes for men, women, appeared upon the floor: Messrs. Immediately after the ceremony the Tarter, No. 8, near Tarter'sChapel. , Mr. Frank Montgomery, wife and JBresbyterlan church, next Traylor, Compton, Gar-net- t, couple left for Bowling Green and girls and boys. Come and getj, your Webb,-Long- , Keltner, No. 9, at Keltner. two daughters. Edith and Ethel, Sunday-aorenoo- n and evening. He Gradyviile, No. 10, at Gradyviile. Frankum and Allison. oth.er points in --Kentucky where they twins, fourteen years old, handsome wiflpreach at Union at 3 o'clock in pair while picking Is good. Lindsay has a strong team and some wilLvliit for a shorthile, afterwards G. Basner & Son Nell, No. 11, at Weed. T. girls, paid the News office a visit last the afreraoon. lively contests are promised. they will go to Avon Park, Florida Sparksvllle, No. 12. at Sparksville. Saturday, They reside at OzarkT - "C r T Breeding, No 13, at Breeding. where they will make their home. jRotfsa"(idler's tools, a lot of leather Enroute for Cumberland County. Mr Albia Eubank represented Co. Acquilted m, Mr. and Mrs. B. X. Young, Misses , Melson Bldge, No. 14, at A. W. lumbia Lodge, No. 96, in the Grand property of the and hardware, the Messrs. J. H. Culvor. B. E. ConElizabeth and Mary Harris, and Miss Turners. la6eWyatt Smith, will be sold at pubLodge, at Louisville" last week. Mr. verse, W. W. Miller, ,C. A. Starr, C In the BusselL Circuit Court,- - last Golda English, West Point, Mississippi, Harmony. No. 15, at Sam Frank W. A. lic joutcry, on public square, next Garnett represented Glensfork W. Stewart, O. S. Harkins, all oil men week, James and Isham Karnesj of attended the wedding. Harveys. Monday at 10 a. m. lodge, Mr. Bingham Moore, Tampico of Decatur, HI., reached here last AJair county, chargedwith maliciousGlensfork, No. 16, at Glenvllle. lodge, Mr. Pullman, Sparksville. The Friday, en route for Cumberland coun- ly shooting Marcus Bichards, in this Montpeller, No. 17, at Charlie Col- other lodges of the county were lu all malarial countries the ENGLISH ALEXANDRA is Herbine. People find ty where they have drills going down: county, some time last year, were represented, but we failed to get the The marriage of Miss Goida English lins. Mr? it a'good medicine for purifying thej Drilling-o- n the Sam Boysefarm, givenR.a trial-Lloyd A. A. Huddleston, to Mr. --James Alexandra was solen- - JYhite Oak, No. 18, a Lys Cravens' names of the representatives Mr. E. and Wm. Hobson system and warding off the disease. three miles from Columbia, was Misses Frances Beed, Amelia Dam-ro- n, mized Wednesday Oct, 20th, at the mill. last Thursday. Mr. ..Palmer, represented the Commonwealth, and home of v Prull Drug Co. Ozark, No. 19, at Luther Wilson's Price, 60c. Sold Meesrs. Steward Hutchison and the bride's parents in the who Is putting down this well, is said Judge W. R. Cress of Monticello, and store. presence of a few relatives and friends Edwin Hutchison, motored to CampJoseph Severance, of to have the best rig ever installed in Mr. W. A. Coffey, of the Columbia Eunice, No. 20, at Eunice. bellsville and Greensburg, Sunday. The bride is the attractive young speak in the Interest of the Adair county. He is prepared to go bar, defended. There were quite a Little Cake, No. 21, at Old Purdy. Messrs. J. F. Montgomery, L. C. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. De'mocratic ticket, at the Court-hous- e number of witness on bothsides, but down '2,000 feet if necessary. Pellyton, No. 22, at Pellyton. &MMU Winfrey, Gordon Montgomery and W. v 'nextaKohday afternoon. Do not fail WestToint, Mississippi, formley the, weight of the testimony was in Kuifley.No 23, atKnifley. A. Coffey, and Js B. Garnett, all at of Columbia having spent the greater Missionary Meeting. ? Jiim, as he is one of the best favor of the defendants, and they Hovious, No. 24, at J BTHovious. torneys of the Columbia bar, attended part of her life there. spkeffirn the State. s 4Roley, No. 25, at Eoley. The Missionary Society of the Meth- wero promptly acquitted. circuit court at Jamestown last week. The groom is a prominent, young Egypt, No 26, at Absher odist church will observe the week of Mr J. F. Trlplett, who has been business man of Atlanta, Ga." Thoaaas Shearer soldj last,Thursa?y, Baptist Church. Cane ValleyrNo. 27, at Cane treated'in Louisville for the past five Prayer, Nov. 1 7 meeting each after- East The bride wore a stylish blue suit, to Marvin and Eheu Walker, of this 1 noon at 2 o'clock in the Valley. church until weeks, returned home Monday "afterhat and other accessories to match nlace. lorty acres off .his iarm for The Baptist Sunday School workers West Cane Valley, No. 28, at Cane noon in company with his sister, Miss hear.d.-tha-t and wore a beautiful boquetof Bride's Harry Friday' when an all day meeting will - 8900. We,, also Valley. lield, beginning at 10 o'clock, at a few weeks ago took a religious cen- Boses. Minnie. Mr. Triplets is thought to be sShearet sold G, W (Dlllpn another bs which time the Mission study book sus of Columbia. This revealed that better. Immediately after the ceremony farm small tract.off his Army Goods. "Money the Acid Test will be given. there are a great number in all the the couple left for Birmingham and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Crume, of Ttce President of the United States The young People's program will be Churches who do not attend Sunday other points before going to Atlanta, Ellzabethtown", parents of Mrs. Daisy We have just received another lot DhomasB Marshall, made a splendid rendered Thursday- afternoon and the School. Each Church should be an where they will make their home. Hamlett, arrived last SaturdaTnight. of army goods consisting of Blankets, trail addrMB before . the delegates Juniors, Friday. All the women of organized band out to 'bring in the Mr Crume returned to. his homa and the outsider. The 'Clerks at each precinct will please Overcoats, O. D. Suits, Khaki'shirts, fitfcbe Grand L.oage or JientacKy at the church are cordially invited to at- Moaday, sMrs, Crumewill remain Shoes. Baptist Sunday School' of Columbia is send in the full voU each, candidate tBaincoats-ari. .. Wltevllli, IwfcwMk., Not aword did tendthdae meetings 1 .t perfecting fta organization 1n order to rscsiyad soon ascountied, by phoi. T. G; Bagaer & Son." MTtfral weeks. Mrs. T. J. Wade. i. in tbtTfotlrMb of politics. from-Danvil-d, do this. Next Sunday will be the beWarned The most important election that ginning of their- - Graded Sunday ever took place iff Kentucky will be corn cutting. A white girl to workin small family. School Let every one be on hands the orve participated in next Tuesday. Write oncall Mrs. Laurence Pickett, See Miss Julia Eubank's new supply with a new member for the new en Let every Democratic man and every Columbia, Ky. of hats and trimmings. rolknent. Time is passing and we Democratic woman vote. We vill will all soon be in Eternity, either Lost. Boy's raincoat. Finder will need every vote that can be polled, Paid List. " Heaven or Hell. Now is our .only v m please call While in Louisville, last week, we chance to reach the Lost Barksdale Hamlett. met Mr. Walker Bryant, who came The following are new paid subscrib- - Pastor Leslie J. B. Smith will Bemember that TheJSews will not across the river to witness a session of ers and renewals since out issue t)f last preach. The sermon at the 11 o'clock the Grand Lodge of Masons. He was Tuesday. be published next 'week until hour will be: "Mans Eellgion -- or us that looking well and informed Miss A. B Walkup, Edward Spears, God's 20ch Century Call to Men." A ' himself and family were well pleased J. W. Barnes, J. N. Conover, Horace warm welcome is extended tq all to Bead the.new advertisement in towith t(heir Indiana home. K Alexander, Herbert Smith, Wyatt be present. day's News the reduction in coffee,at Conover, Geo. A; Smith, Jr., J. M. Mrs. Samuel Henning, of Louisville, Bussell & Ck. Volume Twenty-Fou-r. a daughter of thelate General Basil Frazer. .x Ideal weatrler liere all last week for PERSONAL ' Congressman King Swope running Mr. Tyler Caldwell, Campbellsvillei, for in the Eighth District was here a few days since. is deceiving the soldier boys. Mr. Lee Lawless, Jamestown, was Whenever he tells them thatthe republican administra- in Columbia Sunday night. .election of a tion means a cash bonus to the Mr. affd "Mrs. Lee Turney, of Dan, Is misleading thern. 2 vllfej spent Sunday in Coumbia. men, he ce An-xtr- e e ce e n, ex-servi- -- - Last-Monda- y ed Bow-mar- 1 -- o few-hundr- ed Gill-HcDa- niel. of-fais- s U er Llndsey-Wilson-open- ed ht d Lew-sGarag- y " 'men-tedmpose- cL iy young-lady.farmer- by-Pr- of.' -- -t--V this-place- -- ,t -- dy 4 ' -- ed Louis-111b,w1- 11 Eng-lish.- of -- 3- - non-attend- ed d - 4 v r .W. H ) 2-- .- - : ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. 8 ljHjPtCTrlfeutLfe1 ls Tfce thing RDTH'fUNCr CSeSssSsssSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsSO WHAT'S D0IN& ' -" rffr , ., i. "H-"! j that goes the furthest toward making life worth while, That costs the least and does the most. Is just a pleasant smile. The smile that bubhles from the heart that loves Its fellow men Will drive" away the clouds of gloom and coax the sun again. It's full of worth and goodness too, with manly kindness blent Ita worth a million dollars andlt doesn't cost a cent Things. "When there are three or more ears of corn left from dinner use them as a luncheon or supper dish. Cut the corn from the cob ; add a finely minced or shredded green pepper; put Into a saucepan with a little butter or bacon fat, the pepper, and when cooked for five minutes add the corn and stir unGood IN POLITICS Registration figures in the Fifth District announced officially by County Clerk, prove more encouraging to the Democrats than the unofficial. A total of 112,021 registrants were divided as follows: Republicans, 55,236'; Democrats, 46,701; Independents, 10,984. This gives the Republicans a lead of 8,533. k DAVIS HARDWARE -- COMPANY. Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store Dealer In Seasonable TIPS' V1 ''-j- As the majority of the Independent vote is expected to line up behind the League of Nations, the race in this district will prove to be very close. It appears as if the district will not go - AH kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness A more than two. or three thousand either way. f and Farming Implements. carefully selected stock of Tinware, Wagon, Paints j Fresh green corn cut from the cob, seasoned and mixed with green pepper, than baked in a casserole Is a most dainty dish which Is served piping hot from the dish. -- til well heated through. Serve hot ' Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Oils, . Banana Cream Ramekins. This is a rather unusual hot dessert Whip two cupfuls of cream, stiff, and beat five eggs without separating. Have ready one cupful of ripe bananas chopped fine. Stir fruit and cream carefully together without destroying the lightness of the cream; add the eggs with half iucupful of sugar; half fill Individual ramekins which have been well buttered, and bake In a moderate oven until puffed and a delicate brown. Serve at once at it will soon fall as it cools. j 3 d blended; add one pint of chicken and a, 'cupful of cream. Let stand over hot water and when the mixture is heated add the yolks of d eggs put through Ihree a sieve and rubbed smoott with a little cream. Add the whTFes "chopped fine and let the mixture come to the boiling point Season and serve. finely-mincehard-cooke- butter; add a tablespoonful of flour; stir until Chicken a la Terrapin. Melt three tablespoonfuls of Grape Catsup. one-ha- lf 'a vegetable press; add two and Put five pounds of grapes through pounds of brown sugar, two cupfuls of vinegar, two teaspoonfuls of salt one tablespoonful of pepper, and the same of whole cinnamon, allspice, and whole cloves and two blades of mace. Boil until thick; remove the whole spice and bottle while hot Ham Scald one-half Toast cupful of cream; add the beaten yolk of one egg, stir until it thickens. Add one cupful of boiled ham chopped fine; when hot raason and serve on toast Chestnuts en Casserole. Hemove the shells from three cupfuls of chestnuts, put them into a casserole dish and cover with three d chicken cupfuls of Cover and cook slowly for stock. three hours in a slow oven, then thickhighly-seasone- In his effort to keep the public from learning the true elements within the ' Republican party, the Jefferson County Clerk did not separate the negro registrants from the total. As a matter of A fact, about 25,000 negroes in Louisville and Jefferson County registered Rev publican, which shows that the whites lire divided, 46,000 Democrats, 30,000 Republicans, and almost U.000 'Independents. Were it not for the black a jJSvwk .2jlzk j$lEm. T&& ' '' m voters there would not beof chance for Louisville, the Republican machine V7 BcK.S." V 1 ! carefully as it has been built up. "The iV same condition holds true in the State. Miss King, a popular "movie" star It Is only the solid class vote cast by has been seen in some very large pro the negroes that keeps the Repubduetions. She is known as one o( licans in the running in this state. California's enthusiastic horsewomen and Is an expert swimmer. This Former President Wni. Howard Taft combined with her unusual beauty, has recently given advice to others has gained for her many admirers. that he doesn't think worth foll6wing ' 0 himself. In defending Article Xn in the League of Nations in the New York Tribune, August 2, 1920, Mr. Taft said: "I believe that the issue of the League transcends in its importance any Democratic issues, and f By EDNA KENT FORBES would justify and require one who believes so to ignore party ties and sei cure this great boon for the world and this country." Mr. Taft says that PRETTY FEET he believes so; but instead of Jgnoring shoes cover a multitude of party ties to achieve this great result At GOOD In the matter of feet yet he is. actively campaigning for the every woman wants to have her own weakest presidential candidate in the feet as naturally pretty as possible. history of the Republican party, who And it Is not an easy task to bring proposes to reject the entire League feet long disfigured by corns and cal- which Mr. Taft regards so vital to ths louses into tie pink and white and welfare of the world. 171 perfect form that nature intended. Republican criticism thai United The first thing to do, however, is to make quite sure that the style of States was unprepared forwar is offshoe being worn is one that agrees set by their own argument that the with the foot. If new corns come, Democrats were too much prepared if the toes are pushed together, you for war. may be sure that special type of The Congressional "Smelling" Comfootwear had better be discarded. For mittee, headed by Congressman Graone thing, sharp pointed shoes are ham, Republican, has made the astounding discovery that almost every war move made by the United States had been planned for months before Veterinary Surgeon and Denlisl s of a war was declared by President Wilson's Advisory Commission, four mem- Special attention iven Disease bers of which are Republicans. In Domestic Animals Republicans conthe samehreath the demn the Democrats for the work of Office at Re . ., z 1 mile of own, op tliis Commission's labor of preparedpstown road ness, and then condemn the Democrats for unpreparedness. Fulf Line of Farm Impliments We Also Handle Auto Supplies ywwww We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anythirig,in our Beauty Chats line DAVIS HARDWARE CO. the Jeffries Old Stand Phone Columbia, .Kentucky. Iv. H. Jones Columbia, Ky. D UCJC en the stock with two tablespoonfuls of butter and one tablespoonful of flour cooked together. Send to the table in the casserole dish. " (. 1920, Western Newspaper Union.) Jiit wall ; Folks The Feet Need, as Much Care as the Face. By EDGAR A. GUEST THE PUP. He tore the curtains yesterday, And scratched the paper on the Negroes of Louisville are in an up roar of indignation because they are! not going to be permitted to sit among the white people at the Gypsy Smith revivals to be held in the monster Tabernacle. At a recent meeting of colored ministers Rev. M. P. Hunt (white) informed the negro preachers that seventy seats had been set aside for them on the platform. Bishop Archibold J. Carey (negro) asked whether these seats werevScattered around or whether they were segYegated. The Rev. Mr. Hunt replied that separate arrangements had been made, to which Bishop Carey answered, "Not for us." Negro newspapers of Louisville are up in arms at what they call the Jim Crow Gypsy Smith revival meeting. The defection from the Republican camp of Herbert Parsons, former Republican National Committeeman ; Hamilton Holt, editor of the Independent; J. O. Thompson, former Collector 0I tw-"- v m TY' UNION R ALLS MADE HEAD HENRY W. DEPP, UENTIST Arrf permanently located in Columbia. All Classes of Dental Work Done.1 Crownadge and Inlay Work a Specialty. AH 4 Is fle? Made with extreme care for many years by n (2) I i i m "A fancy saucer and a cup ; Though Bud and I think it a joke t Ma scojds a lot about the pup. Her rubbers, too, have gone astray, Ma says she left them in the hall. He tugged the table cloth and broke Office: Work Guaranteed next door to post office if sv 5 r f .. W' r ' S The sofa pillows are a sight, The rugs are looking somewhat And there is ruin, left and right, That little Boston bull has made. He slept on Buddy's counterpane, Ma found him there when she woke up. . I think it needless to explain She scolds a lot about the pup. And yet he comes and licks her hand And sometimes climbs into her lap And there, Bud lets me understand, He very often takes his nap. And Bud and I have learned to know She wouldn't give the rascal up. She's really fond of him although She scolds a lot about the pup. framed harmful to any sort of foot. They push over the big toe against the next smaller one to bring the large toe in the center of the foot and the point of the shoe, at one and the same time. This means eventual disfigurement. Heels more than an inch and a half high are injurious; they throw the balance of the body outside the normal line. It would be an excellent thing if women would adopt the English walking boot style for daytime, if they are on their feet much of the time. These have half heels, and are stylish, and usually extra well made. For evenings Cuban and French heels are all fight Then, the feet should be bathed in hot water and soap every night, unless one gets a hot bath daily. They need more attention than the rest of thl? body since, being encased in leather of the time, they get less two-thir- 1 - (Copyright, by Edgar A. Guest.) 0- -1 o MILITANT I'KiKsw-succ'es- MAg- y- I ventilation than any" other part People with foot trouble would find comfort if they wore open sandals in the house with stockings over the s feet rill if (Copyright) O loy-cldb'tO'- It What the Sphinx Says s but'STILL .Old-doubtcrop-up'to-binde- ffijM ..r By Newton Newklrk. be fMtt L roe-ANP "You c may 1 clever enough to but e v er, never on of Internal Revenue of Alabama under Taft and Roosevelt, and the Chicago Evening Post, a paper owned by the owner of the Louisville Herald, can be traced back to the treatment of the Progressives by the Republican party. In the reconstruction of the G. O. P. the Progressives were completely ignored. They were not given any honors in Congress nor offices feroughout the nation. Speaker Gillette, of the House; Floor Leader Mondell, of the House; Senator Lodge, Penrose and the others in control of the Upper members of House, are all deep-dye- d the high protectionists' old guard. Contrast this with the progressive e element in the Democratic party. Colby, who was Theodore man, is Wilson's Roosevelt's right-han- d Secretary of State; Victor Murdock, leader of the Kansas Bull Moose-- , has been appointed by President Wilson to the Interstate Commerce Commis-- i sion ; John M. Parker, Progressive Vice President, was elected Governor by the Democrats of Louisiana and is now supporting Cox and Roosevelt. Small wonder that the former Bull Moosers are turning to the progressive Democratic party when WarrenjS. Harding termed their leader "and idol, Theodore Roosevelt, "a fakir, and crook, and second Benedict Arnold," and called Hiram Johnson "a fakir and a blackguard." Bain-bridgcan-dIdatef- or .i. .L...r... .. Untold suffering and even starvation on one hand, t and profiteers on the other! Such iB the condition found in Austria, hv PL C. Roth,t snecial reDresen- 9SJ tative of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, who has just to ihat coun returned to try. The people who profiteel by the war arejlspending money with a lavish hand, and will pay the price provided they get the ' best. Austria is in dire need of automobile tires, and Mr. Roth found that many of the Goodyear days are very dealers of pre-wanxious to resume relations, being "pathetically enthusiastic" over the future. w sit ffi - w-.-- ,.!! -1- , 7 t'SHED LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, i Piano and ! Voice. Athletics under a trained athlels. Wholesome environment. Stud- - 11 ent body of high moral character.' Rates $ 8C.00 a year. 1 - Catagogue upon request. RV. Bennett,. B. A. Principal. ar YES IT DYED OR CLEANED That last year's suit or dress can be made to appear like a New One Send Via Parcel Post. . Notice. We have a number of farms in Adair county, Ky. Also several residences -- .909 6th Str6et SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (incorporated) Louisville, put over PARALYZE MY-WILL- anything your con science." ! gFitHu3b 1 La Write to Two of the most noted speakers in in Columbia, Ky., for sale.' the campaign, Bainbridge Colby will or call on Cravens & Neat, be in Louisville on October 22nd, and dealers, office on 2nd floor of Jeffries "Wm. G. McAdoo will speak in Louis47-BIdg. ville' on November 1st ( real-estate "M -- d tf Read the "Ads" iri The News.. -. Lv ADIR COUNTY NEWS CARRIED "HONESTY" TOO FAR . 2 '" "Wonderful" was the word "used by Gov. Cox to describe his . k Trusted Clerk Rather Overdid It, and P. H HB. m i- - 1. lUjsttheConfidencejof employer. HIsjj reception,? inteKntockyviItwias course. That they still have their use In the original sense, however, was "demonstrated recently by one employer grocer who was telling hlsstory over the counter the other evening to a belated customer. "Last summer," the grocer said, "my family was living down at the beach and 1 used to leave early In order to get down there for a late dinner. I had a clerk that I trusted to lock up and put the money In tha safe. Naturally the cash register would show In the morning what he had rung fip. "For a few days I thought it was working fine. He was a good clerk "There are and I thought he was honest. Then when I got to thinking about it I de- the people of cided he was too honest For ten for a League days that register and the cash agreed to a penny. Now that's better than I serve peace; could make It do myself. It ain't 000 sons and Cash registers became an Institution honesty unong employees handling money. There-wa time when their Installation was taken as an affront by every clerk concerned, but a new generation has accepted them as a matter of as a means of compelling as 'a toward the close of his second' day's campaigning: when hamlets of two to five hundred population had been producing? crowds of five hundred to a thousand that Gov. Cox made this comment on the Kentucky touring:. "I have never seen anything like it," he said. But what pleased him most was the throng that gathered to hear him in Louisville. Those who failed to hear him outnumbered those who were able to get within hearing distance, by a large margin. 81,000 reasons why America will vote ;!&aa3tp M!ASS3i. 35&gE3mmBEI BIG &'-...-. STOCK . OF . CLOTHING ' K - N I am Aow ready - X "' - ,' - fco' supply young men, old men and boys wfth clothing. I have an immense stock and receiving new supplies daily. I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing in this' line, call at once. -- the register agreed as usual. That was enough for me. Any man who Is so honest he will make up mistakes out of his pocket must have plenty of money to do It with. "No, he Isn't working for me now." New York Evening Sun. MEN AWARDED Two Worshiped In "Then I decided to try a nttle scheme. Just before I left I rang up $2.75 on the register and put nothing In the OIL Next morning the cash and GODLIKE RANK China and Elaborate Temples Erected at the Birthplace of One. Man worship Is still practiced In China, according to Rev. F. S. Burket, a Baptist minister of Changning, who found two disciples of the late Liau, seated on thrones and receiving the obeisance of thousands of their followers. of Nations to prethey are your 81,- brothers and husbands who fought and died in France and Flanders to make an end to war. We must not break faith with those who died. I leave you with the message that 1 am for peace rather than war; that I am for progress rather than for reaction; that I am for prosperity based upon a read justment'that recognizes just one principle the principle of the square deal, the principle of the Golden Rule. "Gov. Cox in his Bowling Green speech last Thursday. jELw' SHOES! SHOES!! I My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. 7 bought them r right, and they are being sold at the shortest profit. 1- - Liau, who achieved local fame years ago, because of his reputed power of healing diseases and relieving the oppressed in spirit, was executed by the authorities, who feared an uprising. o Two of Llau's disciples, Ling Shuk and" Lai Sam Shuk, however, like their master, began to heal diseases In hla name, and gradually were raised by followers to the same godlike ik accorded Llau. years old Line Shuk is seventy-on- e jand Lai Sam Shuk eight years his junior. Several ornate temples have been built to Liau. At tne mam one, located at Llau's birthplace about 15 miles from Changning, the missionary found gathered more than 2,000 people to celebrate Llau's birth anniversary. The two immortals were seated on the hlghest-o- f a series of terraces with an empty throne between them for the spirit of Llau. Before them stood a large table covered with ornamental objects and In front of this the worshipers go through strange gymnastics. Sharing Your Books. and The world Is full of shnt-Inare those who are starving for there books and papers, but how many of us make any effort to search them out? A clever article on books which 1 lately read annoyed me by explaining how stupid is the custom of .borrowing books, and how vastly more desirable It is for each man to own hts own. I decided that the writer was a rich man (although my better Judgment .should tell me that writers seldom are rich), and I decided also that he was missing a lot of good things if he neither lends nor borrows books,. I believe that a book Is about the pleasantest thing thtre Is to share. It nroduces such a bond of sympathy .jfti-lsieujoye- d by a friend, and it provides "at once something worth while to talk about. And people do return books, especially If you put your name and "please return" Inside and remember where your books are visiting. Ella WIster Haines in Christian Herald. s, "What has made wars in the past? It has been the lust of territory. Under Article X of the League of Nations, a boundary line is a boundary line for the small as well as for the large nations. Every imperialist in Europe is against the League of Nations, but, thank God, there are not as many imperialists as there once were. The people have ceased to take seriously the criticisms of Article Kf Gov. Cox in his Bowling Green ad dress of last Thursday. i i i i .. i I can also. accommodate ladies and young girls with the latest styles in shoes. . BUGGIES AND WAGONS. have a large supply of the very best makes and 1 am selling them , i at living prices. "SJRid-- - ing and walking plows, all kinds .at LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH. It matters not what you need on the farm, I can please you irrthe article and price. - ' Birds mat Burrow. j-- Persons are not accustomed to think of birds as burrowing animals, but the It puffin answers to is a chunky little fowl, less than a foot high, with a large and powerful beak. For a home it scratches a hole in, the ground sometimes as much as four feet deep. To capture a puffin one must go digging. It is rather a Job; and, inasmuch as the bird bites and claws fiercely, one Is likely to Thus the crea- r suffer In iuj uumueis uu ture lias mainuuueu many a lonely rockery, where other SDecies of wild fowl have been killed off and exterminated. -the-proces- s. Spiders as Companions. Of all 'creatures to choose as pets spiders seem to be the strangest Yet many famous men have formed real friendships with spiders. Beethoven, when studying the violin at the age of seven years, had a spider so accustomed to him that It would crawl on to hla arm while be was practicing. Of Paganlnl It Is said that whenever he played a certain aIron his violin a spider approached him and stood still Vafenlng until be had finished. Gaetry, "aaftor of "Richard Coeur de Lion," tfMitef spiders that used to perch upon the piano while be mo-tfefig- es Three mining men in an auto mobile having a hard time in the sandy "wash"' of Dripping Springs Valley, Arizona, were overtaken by a cloudburst which Bk. v.. . . v . smr m &.. & a it a 0 .,& m tm Bflr lifted the machine and carried it along, at racing speed for a mile, where the party was stranded Perfectly Justified. ment; Charles B. Warren, Reon a welcome bar. When the publican National Committee- DDDIianODQBODOXaBaBODBDDDDDB water went down, they pumped The criticism of President Wil- man from Michigan, appeal ofout the machine and resumed son that the war was conducted ficer of the Provost Marshal their homeward journey. on a partisan basis has been com- General's Department; Charles "Fpr years we have used in our family, B A widow in Brooklyn return pletely exploded by examination M. Schwab, member of EmerD and I have never found any medicine that could fake its B ing to her home at dinner time of the appointments made by gency Fleet Corporation; Frank fl place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville,Tenn. Mr. Sta- cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black- - Q found all her household goods on him to high positions in tne .con- A. Vanderlip, director War Savfj Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- - SS the sidewalk, and was told that duct of the war. Wherever the ing Stamp Campaign; Walter" S. hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- vent them from developing into serious troubles. she had been evicted. A crowd Republicans criticize the opera Gifford, Howard E. Coffin, Julius B gathered. Somebody passed the tion of one of the war agencies Rosenwald, Dr. Hollis Godfred hat and collected $100 for the it is usually found that a Repub- and Dr. Franklin Martin, memwidow. Then everybody took lican was in 'charge of that agen- bers of Council of National Dehold and help store her goods in cy. This has silenced the cap- fense: Harry A. Garfield, fuel -tious, cavilling at the winning of .administrator; E. R. Stettinius, e the basement of the Union B Club at the suggestion of the the war which .feature the Re- special assistant of Secretary of B "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy m Q publican campaign handbook. War; Charles Evans Hughes, club's steward. declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a A few of the Republicans ap Republican nominee for Presi- H cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our Zf family if it wasn't for It has saved tis many H President Wilson's achieve- pointed to conspicuous war jobs dent in 1916, chairman of ComI dont see how any family can hardly go with- - fl H dollars ments show that he has done .are as follows: mittee to investigate the Air- B out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep fl more for the prosperity- - of the in the house. I recommend ht highly and am fl Gen. J. Pershing, commander-in-chie- f craft Board; William HTaft, Q never without it" United States than any v. man in At all druggists. of the A. E. F.; Gen. former Republican President, H past history. Does any fair chairman-o- f the National War minded man believe that he Peyton C. March, Chief of Staf4 would have gone into the peace of the Army; Gen. Geo. W. Labor Board; Henry P. Davison, pact if he had not believed that Goethals, assistant chief of staff; Red Cros3 Director; Cornelius 1.81 it was best for this country? Gen. Enoch H. Crowder, provost N. Bliss, former Treasurer of The League of Nations was marshal general of the army; Republican National Committee, drawn up by the greatest minds Benedict Crowell, Dr. E. F. Kop- - member of the Red Cross War m the world has produced. It was pel and Emmet J. Scott, assist- Council." written to bring about a lasting ant secretaries of war; Admiral Four of the members of the peace, and every voter who William C. Sims, commander of Advisory Commission which SSgK does not want to see another forces; Herthe overseas-nava- l for the war before it came World War should support it. . . Loy 6c Loyrn: bert Hoover, food administrator are Republicans. Grosvernor B. X A Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfactionand Man o' War, which defeated Samuel McRoberts president Clarkson, Director of the CounGratification are Guaranteed. Sir Barton in the'ir $75,0(Hhnatch National City Bank of New X cil of National Defense was a Give us a Trial and be Convinced. at Kenilworth. will be retired York, chief procurement officer Republican, and the Council .was having captured over $250,000 in X of the Army Ordinance Depart composed largely of Republicans. purses'. t WOODSON LEWIS .c .r v m. a b . GRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. .r 6 d g Colds 6c Headache Black-Draught S g g g g 2 g g q THEDFORD'S Lea-jaru- BLACK DRAUGHT ... Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- 8 g n n S S Accept No Imitations BBflflflflflBflflBflBJIflBflflBBflflflflflBg Colun &! )eeK)ee9 biaBarber Shop "pre-par- ed x saw "" '. " ' '"" ' .,"..- THEADAIR COUflTf mm i.-- - - it- -" 1- -. -. J fa-- - i ". MMMMM M ' !aw-.- 7 W .- ' Jii&SNAuMMyaaqKienvTrA , w i Published, Pn WeflnesdaTB. .me,f'.4feiiiir nev jrifettwNfelilyit: m.t-r,i3.ir was scathing the extreme, and viHDNgNEMjHDonoaaMraa. and m Louiif U!eTtst-wk- i Kflfl'' iwMi-i - ' i."- - ?--" -- SWMJ s. fr - . , wt fr g" m .w w.. rw . p- - E.MURREUL, MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. ;. er before had he Been, iri that' the Congressman, had he hut rity so much activity? irWpblitics stayed would never have forgot -- . r.' -- M' t- - cr- - . u S J ' -- iw-5 -- - . .. v - . a -- - -- ' awr .'.- - . la." "" JL ooaaa ' n . - - r "M- MW at-- - ' ' "' Mf a. : V: "wr v.iKWM'.jr.HW w '.iLwir7A"v' "f. . J - iJ'f. . -- - A-twwwu- ufc ' -- 4-U- 'i K . y-"F- ? - -- f Editor Mm DeMoentieotwiptfperdrroted to tb Intercrt tie City of Columbia asfl ths ptoplt of Adair cfl adjoining countbc Catered at the Columba' n&n matter. Port-office asjwere being: manifested by ten lL 4To the credit of a num both the men and women. If ber of republicans, be it said, there was a difference in enthu- that they heartily disaproved of siasm that of the women was Swope's action, one of them took the greatest. You saw them the floor, and called Onfall presstanding on every corner, dis- ent to. remain and give the demcussing the League of Nations, ocratic speaker the same atten-tip- n as was given the republican advising all passers to vote for Cox and Roosevelt, in order OVi': 4?v-- - STORE OF OUALIwl as second that speaker. Stanford Journal. GYPSY SMITH FAVORS LEAGUE. WED. OCT,. 27. 1920. Subscription; Price. 1st an2nd Postal Zone per yer. All Zones.beyond 2nd $2.00 perfrear A. Subscription due and Payable In'Advance .SO America should not again en gage in a world war. Q Democratic Ticket ; FOR PRESIDENT JAMES M. COX, of Ohio. FOR VIO&PRESIDENT TRA.NKLIN D.BROOSEVELT, of NewYork. TOR UNITED STATES SENATE J. C. W.BECKHAM. FOR "CONGRESS -- . RALPH GILBERT. of Shelby County, TheEditor of the News was in Louisville last week, attend ing the Masonic Grand Lodge and did not write the account of the Republican, speaking of Oct. 17th. It has been reported that I will vote the Republican ticket Nov. 2nd. I wish to state that I will most assuredly vote the straight Democratic ticket. The News has always stood for Democracy and we have spared neither time nor space to do our bit. , . --, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett." Gov. Cox says he has the enemy on the run, and that he feels confidently that the Democratic National ticket will be elected. Root, Hughes and Wickersham are said to have held a conference in New York, following Harding's speech in which the latter rejected the League. six-hour- s, All honpr, to the Democratic women of Adair county who have fought and are continuing to fight in this campaign. They -- ti have been on the go day in and that Mr. Swope's appointment day out, and every one of then was made first, as he was given will vote, the right to speak first. Mr. Davis who spoke in the interest Judging from reading the daiof the Democratic ticket, askad lies over the country Gov. Cox Mr. Swope for a division of time, has been rapidly gaining over and sat throughout the Congress Senator Harding for the past man's address and gave him perten days. Mr. Harding has no fect attention, thinking of course position on the Leaugun of Nathat Swope would extend to him tions, and many of his former same courtesy.- - But nay, the supporters are leaving him "fcnd the doughty "warrior" who wore a announcing for Gov. Cox. captain's uniform in this country The Masonic Grand Lodge during the great world war, not which convened in Louisville only declined to hear Mr. Davis, last week, held ,the "most inter- but at the conclusion of his esting meeting in its history. A speech, gathered up his papers motion prevailed not to bell the and hurriedly left the room, askpresent home for two years vand ing as he departed that all of his a committee was appointed to friends come down to the enlocate the site for the new mil- trance of the school building and shake hands with him. Amid lion dollar home.- hoots and jeers, Swope left Kings All Kentucky was sorry that Mountain in a hurry,' thereby Centre was defeated by Harvard showing that he is a runner in They made a game fight and at least one sense of the word. crowned themselves with glory It was perhaps well that he did in a battle against the crack run, for never have the people of eleven of the United States. The Kings Mountain listened to a score was.14 to 31, which means more masterly address than the two touchdowns for Centre and one delivered by Private Davis. of Swope, His denunciation four for Hjtrvard. --- Southern LouiBville, Oct. 20. A Several hundred d - in shop men at Somerset Railroad impression was, createddropped their tools and held Louisville when, Gypsy Smith, J an impromptu demonstration for the famous English Evangelist, Gov. James M. Cox. "We are who is conducting a reviyal.here for Jimmy Coxp the friend of declared in favor of the ?League the working men" said large of Nations. banners borne by the shop men "If the League of Nations'Ahe who marched through the streets said ''prevents one war it proves to the courthouse to hear Mrs. its right to existence. No man Cora Wilson Stewart and Con- can be a follower of Jesus Christ gressman Aswell of Alabama. and not be a lover of peace and The fact that this occurred in a a propagandist for peace.v JHe. Republican county is highly sig- - was the Prince of Peace, the . j nihcant of the sentiment or the) author of peace and the bringer wt t. ii j. State.- v " trzr' jt- . lnfSeace. and iuat' in nroDortion as'rwe'are faithful, to .Him and ifi On the first day's trip 01 the thegreat. principles for which Republican Governors' Special He .died we shall do all in our throughout Kentucky, Governor power to promo.tef the peace of Calvin Coolidge, of Massachu- thq world. . i ':,'! setts, made fourteen speeches. Any a .association. at 'j. league ' u In none "of the fourteen did he which helps to bring,, about the refer to the League of Nations. harmony and the brotherhood of There is a reason, Governor nations is in line with the Divine Coolidge is tied to the League of will. And somewhere back -- of c Nations by the speech of wel- mymind and deeply rooted in come he made to President Wil-so- n my heart is the feeling that the when the latter returned Divine Father is looking to the g races-Amfrom France witlv the Peace great Treaty in his pocket. Mr. Cooand England to bring 1 , lidge admitted that he has not tne reign 01 universal peace mentioned the League of Nations "What an ideal for us to strive he has made a speech ear- after. Along ' that road lies since ly in the campaign in Maine. It peace to the world, glory to God ?ill nvinwirv iiicii seems that this speaking cam- .imW guuu win auiuii& wfY '' auu paign is not to the taste of the Mr. Smith, who has recently Governor. He arrived from Engl and Says that Massachusetts does not associate with the men the English people want the on the train with him, and seems League of Nations, but that they a very want it with guarantees, be to find speech-makin- g burdensome task. cauae,a country with seven huns dred thousand deaths and three million casualties in the last KING SWOPE A "RUNNER." great war, does not want to at Congressman King Swope is a tach its signature to a scrap of paper.' The English people runner. He demonstrated that conclusively at Kings Mountain know that little can be accom Tuesday night. The Congress pushed through the League, as long as the greatest English man was billed for a speech at country in the world is that place and so was Private speaking George T. Davis. is possible not a member. -- pro-foun- 4 Men and Boy's clothing Hats, Caps v etc., Ladies Dress Goods and N6p1 M,? ill M l tions, shoes and Slippers foroM Everyone. 1 I CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITOReJ ... - -- - ' - , i . t 4 J&-.. Progress Range Stoves BNM s i0,ma ? i&r- - 135$; $$' lm a.-- i t -- iBsl -. -- t fiom B B , 'VSir i'ig- . H - I vmrrav: J M. y3- .- m itiir $&&.; d . SO ' k r qOKQ $ Columbia, Phone 12 .. "r - - .. ,fcv Ke nil&k y. Next Dopt to The Adair County, NejrtQffice.j. .,.. Unglish-BpeaKin- erica &0Qi .rt It G..0. P. BLAMED FOR GAR HIGH SU- PRICE. Louisville, Ky Oct. 21. In a speech made before a large crowd of Henderson county voters, Congressman David H. Kincheloe explained how the g of the Republican Congress was responsible for thirty cents sugar in this country. Had. the Congress accepted President Wilson's recommendation promptly sugar would have sold as cheaply as it did a year before, and almost a billion dollars would- have been saved American purchasers. In part Congressman Kincheloe explained the situation as. follows; dilly-dallyin- - "The Lever Food Control Act 'which was passed by a Demo cratic Congress during the war under which the sugar corporation operated, contained a provision ending the existence of the corporotion when the armistice was signed, "This sugar corporation bought the Cuban sugar crop of 1918 which was sold to American people lit 11 and The President in a message to Christianity and the League. League of Nations so as to perRepublican Congress on the the mit America to join. 8th of August 1919, called atPractically eve'ry church orBut quite recently 260 Bishops tention to the fact that the sugar corporation had ceased to ganization in this country, Catho- of the Episcopal church declare! function and urged this Repub- lic, Protestant and Jewish has for the League and urged its. aclican Congress to pass an act declared for the League of Na- ceptance by all Christian counimmediately extending the pow- tions. tries. ers of this sugar corporation At one time 15000 clergymen Both the Northern and SouthHearings were conducted before a committee of the Senate hav- signed a petition to the United ern Methodist churches have deing charge of this legislation and States Senate asking for the rati- clared for the League and its members of the original sugar fication of the League as it was early acceptance by theJJnited corporation appeared before this brought back from Paris. States. committee and testified that they had no further powers under the The Pope of the Roman Catholic These are but a sample of some original act by reason of the church in an open letter has en- of the expressions in favor, of cessation of the war. Notwith dorsed it. the United States entering the standing these representations Dr. George W. Truitt, the the League. There is not a sinby the President in his message gle church body of any descripand the members of the sugar ablest minister of the Southern tion in this country which hassle-clare- d corporation, the Senate failed to Baptist church, expressing the ' against it. , pass the law extending the life sentiments of the Southern BapChristianity stands -- for of this corporation until Decem- tist Convention when it met in ber 1, 1919. The Republican Washington last summer, declarfor the reason that it is House did not pass it until" De- ed: "I dare to express the un- the greatest protection possible cember 16, 1919, and the House against the persecution of Christadded amendments to the Sen- hesitating belief that the unate bill which threw it into con- questioned majority of both ians, both Catholic and Protest- ference. The conference report political parties in this country fant, in the various mission fields. was not adopted until the 28th regard the delay in the working Christ himself was heralded as day of December 1919, and the out of a League of Nations as a the Prince of Peace, and Hi3 bill did not become a law until national and world wide trage- kingdon can only be advanced December 31, 1919. through .peace. News. dy." Many weeks before that all ofJ the Cuban sugar crop had been The State Convention of the Cull Lumber Tor Sale. sold to England and other coun- Christian church in Louisville tries and therefore the act was adopted only a few months ago 3200 per hundred, at my mill In Coof no service to the American a resolution supporting the Lea- lumbia. Elsey Young. , people. If this Republican Congue of Nations as necessary to gress had passed the act immedThe Adair circuit courtwilLcom iately after the President had promote the cause of missions. mence next Wednesday, the day after called its attention to the fact in Conven- the election. We understand that The Northern Baptist his special message, the sugar tion called up'on the Senate to the sherifi, Cortez Sanders, will be corporation would have immedLeague with suitable ready when 'the bell taps, himself and bought the Cuban Sugar ratify the iately deputies having been busy, serving crop at the same price it paid reservations. papers for.tho last two or three weeks. for it in 1918, and therefore the The United Presbyterians'en-dorse- d Mr. A, K. Feese and Mr. S. K. American people would have the principle of the Leaand Master Jas. Eobert Conover, purchased sugar as cheaply in gue of Nations and communicat- Cane Yalleyj were here last Friday 1920 as they did in 1919." ed ita action to the President of Mr. Conover stated that he had not the United States and to Con- fully decided, on allocation, but it was Foxes Wanted. likely lie would go to "Campbellsville gress. Greys. 35.00 each He owns iahalf interest in the New '., .. $7.00eacK The Southern Presbyterian Merchant Hotel building, but he did: Reds church declared for affirmative sot sayjttatf . fce expected to becomfc a W. S. HODGEN, 1 CampbeMe, Ky. action by the Senate upon the landlord, "the-Leag-- frti6i9i4 ? - I ue s w Con-ov- er -- .. - 1 "J1. - , ABMR(KHmBW8 W 'x ,5 SMMIBiMMtf l?tf MMMMSftiMMM 5i - the Drpn3roridtfiftitlH fill Roland and Eckhaft have .j?iknsecTate'd it in every heart' 3Ep eVery oher Whose1 mind is at wall attained to nature the Rhine offers a richness and! variety of 52 landscape unequalled by any other river. The hilly lands the vineyards and the pleasant istowns and villages; are reflected '1st. Becauscyou know, us, in the waves. .;Lower down, bright church' 5nd. Because we have had 5Tyears' experience wKile spires rise from the green, . the Real Estate Business. the more lofty and wooded moun3rd. Because we know Marion County Values. tains crowned with ruined cas-ti: i5c-- . or chapels skirt in the 4th. Because we take care of the farmer and the panoramawitfr soft and unvul-atin- g r cuttins. The length of the farmer's interest. iffline id ,r : of which 441 nMlesvare irf (Germany represent5th. Because we loan you money to help fin i nee ing, its largest and most beautiful any farm that you buy from us. .i park. C, .iftshalf give a5 brief 'description 5- of rCoblenz, Germeny a city of LEBANON, KY. ;t? S3 sixty thousand inhabitants, the j. Phone-25- . Cooper Building.. capital of the most important rvyi Prussian states, and the city C. W. Hagan. R. M. Spalding that was the seat of the Anbferi-cag- ? Military Headquarters, v. Mrs. J. D. Stewarts daughter CI HOW WELL BOLT m COX FORMS LAFjDSIDE. laying 'on the Rhine, the world of the late Chas. T. Ballard, a r$ewea oldf traderputes makes Editor News: YOU LOOK!" long Republican. ON MERCHANDISE: the, tower a gfeali traffic cenler. Louisville, Ky Oct. 25 The life Mrs. Charles B. Semple, presiThe railway line, Berlin Metz, awing of the Republicans in "From Oct. Oct 24. Louisville and the State of Ken- dent of the Louisville Woman's When Your Blood is Rich and Red intersecting here with two par-aillines running on both banks tucky, who cannot abide by the Club and Independent. .People i Notice Your Good ofthe river. The remains and Mrs. R. P. Halleck; president I willgive-Jper cent. Discount on Clothing, wiggle and wobble of Senator Health. is ! League of anjiquities fdundF"in' Coblenz Harding on such a vital rJioral of the ConsumersUnderwear j Sweaters,. Shoes, Hats and Caps proves that Its' origin antedates question as the League of Na- Kentucky andlwdepentent HEALTH BUILDS and all Merchandise, Shoes being retailed at Rev. R. LMcCready, Dean of proportb'e: christian era considerably. tions, has assumed the Now is the time to wholesale jprices yi day Christ Church Cathedral, an In all probability Caesar threw tions o'fva landside. Each, Pale Pace, Dull Eyes, Drooping save money on fall purchases. his. first bridge across the Rhine dozens of. independent thfnKing, Shoulders, Result From Henry I. Stone, former Repub but a few kilometers to the north forward looking citizens Clogged Blood Come early before my Line is Broken. ofthe town. Coblenz occupies a that they cannot1 su'ppfdrt lican city attorney of Louisville. .the Repbulican ticket any longer. Very Rev. Dr. Charles Ewell If your blood is in bad shape it leading position amongst the Jnty of then are sway- - Craik, Dean Emeritus Christ shows up in your looks and feeling. Rhinish'towns for its continually -- 'V When your hlood is rich with red Cathedral. frequentation by tourists. Thou this action by the belief Church your color is better your lips G, Barrett, former chairAlex sands of tourists visit the town the only hope of the League are red, eyes wide open and bright; Republican Board of your there by rations is through the .Demo- - man of a good feeling shows in your, ac each year, reaching Public Works. " rail and by steamboat. tions. cratic party. Secretary G. A. Breaux, Jr., Common sense will tell you that it Here are a few prominent It is very interesting to note Repub weak, thin blood makes you look life - of Ballard and Ballard, a who have recently anhow tenaciously the inhabitants less, it lowers your vitality. If yourf lican. lced their intention of voting of the Rhinish provinces of GerBaylor Hickman, president of vitality is low you have little power-tiox: many still hard to the. old tradi-tiou- s resist disease germs. Men, women Company, Repub and legends handed down While my present stock of AUTO TIRES and TUBES Theodore B. Blakey, Beatty- - the Ewald Iron and children withTich, red blood are lican. . ville, former assistant attorney-Generable to fight off the germs which from one generation to another last, I am going to give absolutely FREE, one Gray. Kenneth McjGuire, president, bring severe illness. under a Republican Govfor centuries I was billeted m Tube with each tire that is sold. of the Harlan Coal Company, When you feel run down and weak, the homes of these German ernor, Augustua Wilson, and . $15.00. 30 x 3 Plain Tread - - , with no appetite and no ambition, several months and they brother of Clayton B. Blakey, Republican. - o - . $20.00. for awhile. It'is W. A. McLean, president of take S. " would spend hours relating these .Jormer Republican City Attorney Company, a a great blood building topic. .You the . traditions, seemingly with the Think of the Tube that is Free. of Louisville. should begin to feel better within, a Republican. greatest reverence. Rev. Geo. H. Given, who is . few days. . L. B. BELL-- Frank Cassell, Sales Director visiting Elizabethtown, and forIn future articles ' ftr publicais put up in both liof Belknap Hardware Mfg. merly a citizen of Louisville. quid and tablet form. Take either tions, I shall relate a number of kind you pfefer, because they have these legends as they were told Samuel McDowell Anderson, Pellyton. When he flung the challenge, Republican alderman of Newton G. Carwford, treasur- the same medicinal value. But" be to me by the natives. former "Will America throw away her er and Louisville manager of the sure you get the genuine Albert Bryant Louisville. chance?" Mr. J. T. Lemmon has returnname, "Gude'a." vThe "full long New Phoenix Storage Company, Geo. R. Washburne, life, you want a ed from Iowa. Men and women if "Gude's should be on A Democratic speakar will be here Independent. Republican of Louisville. package. Advertisement. .; next Monday. 'Come in and hear him real American, a .progressive Mrs. Gola Brockman, who Fs; the Mrs. Charles T. Ray, daughter . Harry B.v driver, a Republican American, one who has always at Lebanon, to undergo an operCleveland, Ohio, organization worker. of former Republican Mayor of To The Voters of Adair County championed the rights of the ation, is reported to be getting: ChaHes-iGTachau, winner of Louisville, James F. Grinstead. outside Columbia Graded School plain people, go to the polls Nov. along nicely. Congressional citation in the war Mrs. Bailey Grinstead, daugh District. Dear. Editor : 2nd and vote for James M. Cox, Mr. Bob Borders, who is sell and Independent Republican." of former Republican I am acandldate for Member of ,the I.'inotice from the columns of our proud executive. The intelMiss Eatherine E. Gladfelter, Mayor of Louisville, James F. School Board, and I solicit .your votes.. y'tiur paper that you are doing all ligent votes here in Ohio knows ing groceries, was witn our merr ft y. H. Hamon. ' whose father is business manager Grinstead. you can to elect JamesM. Cox, that Gov. Cox is the .best man to chants this week. , of the Republican Louisville .' I. W. Bernheim, life long Reof Ohio. represent the American people. Mrs. Nannie Wilkinson,, of " always a heavy Herald.. publican, and ex- Liberty is visiting relatives.-- at Along The Rhine. iGov.. Cox, Democratic presi- He has served, us well as an Miss Catherine and Lydia contributor to the Republican . dential nominee, brought to ecutive and will serve the nation Durhe, daughters; of the Presi cause. For every German in tlje Cleveland at two mass meetings as well. Mr. Owen. .Giles is painting: of the Louisville Board qf Credo novelist and North, East, West.or South, the yesterday afterooon and last He is a man of humanitarian dent residence of D. 0. Pelley. Trade, and Treasurer 61 Peasle brother-in-laof S. Thurston name Rhine has a magic spell, night, "his presentation of the nrincinles. a man of fame and A party from- Columbia conJaulberfc Company, who has been Ballard, Republican Lieutenant-Governo- r integrity. and this spell appeals none the league of nations. sisting Ralph Gilbert, Mrs. S life long Republican. of Kentucky. j Preaching the doctrine of the We here in Ohio know how he P. Rowe, Mrs. A. H. less to other nations. Ballanl lev. M. PI Hunt, pastor of the ; James G. Kirwin, prominent History and legends comhinds benefits to humanity of lasting stands on the league of Nations and otherscame up last Wednessadway MethodisiT Church, Louisville business man who has in a large" degree to make its world peace, the candidate took and we have to read the paper day and made speeches and in- .&s, always aided the Re- - always voted Republican.surg- every day to find out where terestinjr talks on the. League of 'publicans in their campaign in Burton Vance, Roosevelt fol lands a classical country. As a crowd of thousands that past on the borr ed last night into the Grays Warren G. .stands Louisville. Nations and gave us many reaslowerand candidate for United witnesses of the Mrs. George Evans Dayis, If you could see the progres- ons why we should vote the;, once .mighty armony back to the night twenState Senator on Progressive dfers rises ruins of ago when the angels sive work here in Ohio, I am granddaughter of Gen. ,Wm. castles and magnificent cathed ty, centuries straight Democratic ticket, ot, ticket in 191. .that, sanghe message of Christs sure you would put you vote in Henrv Harrison, famous vasl Traditions rals and churches. the 2nd day of November. lL Bohanan, gresident of birth gave to us r.idingsor peace the ballot box for "Jimmy" Cox. think myself we should be out.of "Tippecanoe," and President of Thomas and heroism mu'rmer the Bohanon Realty Company, of lova on earth and good will to men. Your Truly, and niecerof the United States; war. who voted the straight Republi- from the waves of the streams, .... "God has waited 'for the hour Claud JKean.. BenjamenHarrison, Republican can ticket in 1916. from the battlements, of itsiiai? should P. S. I was a Republican at -- Presidentefrom 1892 96. ties and from the towers of its to come when the world Miss Mabel Speer, 24 y.esrs To get lid of worms in children give cathedrals. t)ur the entire coun make response to that message," one time but-n1920. J Prof. iRr William Davenport, Cream "Vermifuge. The old, a school teacher,is heldcai White's - jA hoy;of Russell try of the .Khine, poetry nas the govenor prbclamed. The Registraristtrjr. the TJniveral.fcy'ot them sufferer improves at . w i little the charge of having sent po! hour has- struck. It now rests. I LouisvilleUife long Republican healthy, active and rp spread its moving, spell. ,.Fr snon becomes soned candy through mails b" v With America to, make possible 70Q )ir legglns- just arrived .at Mrs. Alonzo Redmond, Marine teust - Price, 35c. Sold by Paull Drug and wide is sung the. enchant- T. G, Hasner & Son. a rival. ment of the Loreley, Siegfield, the realization of that idea." Co. Hospital, aRepublican 5"' Heastins Collie Down Again && m m vm ,.-.. . - You Should Visit Our Office And Trade With Us. M m Pilgrim (Rio) es -. V Monarch (Santos) 25c, . - 1! RUSSELL f 3'0-Hailes . a- - ? & THE W. HAQAN AGENCY, SM!1MM!M!SM MMM!! PEPTO-MANG- .BIGIALE ed l!to to-da- v an-noun- ce cor-pusol- es L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. ns o NOTICE. al - . peo-ple'f- or Pepto-Manga- n 30x3iN. .. Wood-Mosa- ic Pepto-Maog- an Pepto-Man-ga- n .' Pepto-Mangan,- " . ter-in-la- w 52-- 2t -- this-place- v T.-Harr- is, - w - - . I ot . - - . once-aqd- - , - I 6 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS fflsT'ri'8'y (MOnM UNPWGILLI (Copyright.) BOLTING FEVER. - , I Partyleaders Unable to. Swallow ardiffa'2 Lateflr Pronounce mer.t on the League' of .Tat. 7 " mmmmmmmsidmmsS. cigarette for you! Why man CAREFULLY SELECTED METHOD. I bear my .load 'until my strength 13 gone. Then stop and grin and say: "Old care, good-by- ! 5Tou I transfer here. If you are going on. Now beat it, or I'll soak you in the eye." - -- know other day when I tella you bouta go een dat restaurant ain :nake a waiter mad dreenka too nv coffee? Well, lasa night I In. :ni my frlen go weeth me een dat tlao. I no Ilka dat waiter and he u lika me, too, so I feegure was ginlH Idee getta preety hungry so eata everything before he hava tlr o for taka back to da cook. Ittit I tink my frlen getta leettle d sust. Ho say, "Wot's matter, you eata too queeck?" He to!:i me I getta Indlgest eef eata so fn . I say wot's deefrence eef eata getta Indlgest, and eef no eata q: lc I am still hungry. y frlen say I should geeva tip for df vaiter when we stoppa eat and .g home. I was een da fleever one time when he tip and I no like ver So I telfa my frlen mebbe v bcsta idee just skid leetle bit Bui i! know I gotta wrong Idee bouia wot was dat tip when my frlen exp:!f:ia weeth me. So I tella hcem al'.-- -- 'slit eef dat waiter no taka my food back to da cook I tip heem and ! do I hit heem. 'I ' :s my frlen wot was besta way He say when pay for da foi i p. food seeva watter feefry cents for tip. Bn when we was feenlsh I geeva ten cents and tella heem was Justa Ieefle skid. lnt I tink be try getta fresh weeth mtv I dunno. Jusa before we leavea da I place he breenga leetle bowl wot's fill weeth water. I ask my frien wot was dat for and he say washa da feen-ge- r een. And rlghta queek I am sorry You geeva dat waiter ten cents. I breenga water know dat for wash een but be never show up all night weeth da soap. Wot you tink? U co-.l- I Pt-'T- o. qj-fc- r Those Bright Questions. A blackened chimney stood alone beside a charcoal-strewdepression In the ground, a hundred feet back from a gate that opened onto the road. "Did a house burn down there, do you suppose?" asked the woman. "No," said her husband. "The man just managed to build such a good chimney that the draft pulled all of the structure up through It and scattered it to the four winds. Some day they will lay a large, flat rock over the chimney top and rebuild." "Isn't that odd!" said his wife. n Dii-ii- . MERE INFERENCE. It it probably true that there is whatever room at the top there ever was, as nobody has ever got there yet. Then the Taxes. How would you like to own a farm on the border between Serbia and Bulgaria? Yes, and get a bill for the c' taxes ! Difference Again. "Bagley promised me he'd take me home to dinner with him some time." "Promised! 'If you'd ever been to his house you'd have known it was a threat" O Editor News: Lonisville, Ky. Ot., 14. - Consternation has been thrown into the ranks of Republicaus by the epidemic of bolting among notable leaders of that party for the past few days. The direct cause of this epidemic is Senator Harding's announcement that he is for rejection of the treaty of peace with or without reservations, having been driven to this stand by the threats of Senator Borah to de sert party nnless Harding took this position. The first G. 0. P. leader to leave Hsrding on this account is Herbert Parsons, member of the Republican State and Republican National Executive Committees from 1016 to 1920. Mr. Parsons said "I am for the League of NaCox is for going in. tions. Harding 13 notfor going in, so CAMELS completely you'll agree they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and ild-body due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice D.omestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit without tiring your taste. They leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them ff with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll pre- 1C1 XJUdULLV lu nsfirrr-kUUUUUllO nrnramiiimnl Ul pXCllllUlUS; mellow-mpuff-for-pue m, fit your cigarette I am for Cox." Close on the heels of Parsons comes the news that Hamilton M : CROSBY'S KIDS son-of-a-g- 0 Industrial Growth. Products of Industrial plants in Dauphin county, Pennsylvania, Increased more tfcan $100,000,000 in value in three years, and in 1918 aggregated almost a quarter of a billion dollars, according to a summary of reports issued by the statistical bureau of the Pennsylvania department of Internal affairs. The greatest advance was in the" value of the metal products, the county engaging heavily In the manufacture of munitions during the war and showing a value of $168,000,000 in metnts produced or fabricated in 1918: One of the remarkable features of the county's Industrial development is the growth of tli i hocolate and can3y industry, with products valued at In 1918, a huge gain in three years. Value of footwear and clothing produced is given at more than per year, and anthracite coal Big $3,000,000. $20,-O0O.0- 00 MaliivfitflnTnm FOX AND MRS. MOUSE when Mr. O NEhe night alongsound the Fox was barnyard by sneaking of weeping, a fence have to do all the watching while he sleeps. "You might add that she said he could not catch a treed coon, and also that he should keep his eyes open in the daytime and catch Mr. Rabbit if he wished to help the farmer save his heard and looking closer he saw a little mouse with her children huddled up garden. bcs!de the fence. "I will see Mistress Puss and" tell "Why do you weep, madam?'r In"You, with your her that Mr. Dog said he did not see quired Mr. Fox. small body and nimble feet, should be why the farmer brought her here, as abli to escape all danger. I am the she could not do a thing but stay in one who should weep, for the farmer the house and sleep when she really who lives here brought home a dog to- should be out catching the birds that day and my life will henceforth be spoil the grass. "I will tell her, too, that he said In danger. crea"Every time I come here for food I she was a lazy, run a grt ;t risk, but I do not weep. ture and could only eat and sleep while he had all the work to do." Tell me why you do." "Oh, but you do not know, good sir," Madam Mouse, was not a very wise replied Madam Muse. "I, too, have a little creature, but she was sure Mr. terrible enemy, for the farmer brought Fox knew what was best, and she was not afraid of Mr. Dog, so she left her children by the fences and ran over to where Mr. Dog was asleep in his good-for-nothi- house. "''-in- g. The next morning very early when Puss came out of the house Mr. Fox was waiting for her down the road where she went for a walk. When Puss heard what he had to tell she ran with flashing eyes back to the barnyard and there stood Mr. Dog as angry as she .was. All day they quarreled, and when night came both were so tired they slept, while Mr. Fox and Madam Mouse feasted. "And the end of it was that the farmer had to get rid of Mistress home a big cat with the dog and I am Puss because-s- he and Mr. Dog quardriven from the pantry where I have reled so much. lived In comfort, and, I might say, In "It did not work out just as I inluxury, for a long time. And now if tended," said Mr. Fox, one night when I have to look for a new home my he was trying to get a fat hen withchildren may starve by the wayside. out waking Mr. Dog. "I thought she Oh. dear, what shall I do?" would scratch out his eyes, she was Mr. Fox thought for a second and so angry, and then he could not see then he said: "I think we may be able me. There Madam Mouse is living' in to help each other, Madam Mouse. the house, I expect, having all the You are not afraid of Mr. Dog, nor food she wants, while I am In just as am I afraid of Mistress Puss. much danger as before. I am always "My plan Is this: You creep into doing something for somebody who CerMr.- Dog's house tonight and tell him never does anything for me. says he is a tainly I am a fellow 1" thatPuss (Copyright) fel!owt and she knows she will -- - good-for-not- kind-hearte- d' Holt, Editor of the Independent Magazine, a Republican and Vice "W Camels are sold everywhere Chairman of the Executive Com5 lS?5tJ" &" (.200 cifarettealin a glassmittee of the League to enforce carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the homo or oBice peace, has deserted Harding to R. J- - REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-SaleN.C. tpply or when you travel. support Cox and the League of Natious. Mr. Holt made known his decision in a letter of con- Twins and More Twins Besiege Akron, Ohio gratulation to Mr. Parsons, expressing the hope that Wm. Howard Taft, President Lowell of Akron.O., Sept. 23. One baby Harvard, Herbert Hoover, Oscar out of every fifty born in Akron Straus and Geo. W. Wickersham, this year is a twin, according to other leaders in the League to figures at the Bureau of Vital m In 1919 forty-si- x enforce peace, would follow his Statistics. 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St pairs of twins were born in Akaction. is easily accessible, right in the shopping The next big bomb shell in the ron An increase of 30 per cent district of Louisville, and we would be Republican Party came when J. is expected this year, according 0. Thompson, of Birmingham, to W. R. Dodd, Registrar of glad to see our many friends and patrons vhis party as being Vital Statistics. denounced of Adair county at our new quarters. controlled by reactionaries and Fortyone pairs of twins have came out for Cox and the Lea- already been born this year, or The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom more than five a month. The gue of Nations. prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities' we Mr. Thompson was chairman month of July holds the record can serve you better than never in your need.for of the State Republican com- for twins, seven being born mittees of Alabama for eight during that month. April and RUGS, DRAPERIES WALL PAPER, years, Collector of Iuternal May had six each. January was LINOLEUM and CARPETS Revenve for nearly ten years, the lowest, with only three pairs and Referee of patronage under of twins. Most of the twins are President Taft. He was the the boys this year, sixteen, pairs of Hubbuch Bros. .& Weliendorff Republican nominee for Gover- male twins having been born, INCORPORATED nor in 1920 and for Representa- twelve of female twins and thirFor More Than 40 Years on Market Street tive in Congress in 1918. He has teen mixed births, from January always been aligned with the 1 to August 31. One of the BestStores of Louisville, Ky. progressive element of the Republican party. GIVE US THAT NEXT JOB The fourth serious fracture to OUR WORK IS the Republican lineup occurred when the Chicago Evening Post, r?t, Judge Gilbert, the Democratic progressive Republican paper, ' -candidate for Congress, in this We Have Prepared a Special Circular deserted Len Small, Republican ability, a district, is a man of On the History of candidate for Governor of Illi- Democrat in whom there is no nois, urged its readers to vote guile, and every Democrat, male for James Hamilton, Democratic and female, should give him candidate. The Po3t i3 an en- th6ir hearty support. Last week thusiastic advocate of the League the Judge was here, went over of Nations, and daily is expected the county, making votes a,t evMAILED FREE ON REQUEST to desert the candidaey of Sena- ery stop. tor Warren G. Harding. INVESTMENT SECURITIES t More defections from the PriT&te Wire to Principal Markets camp are inevitable as MARLIO32 CITY 2198 Long DUtance Call May Be Reversed A. F. SCOTT LouisViUe-.iKy.Republicans the 417 W. Main Street from day to day see this great EH- z project flung deeper into the djrt DEALER IN by their Presidential candidate, they will be forced to turn to the GARFORD TRUCKS E2m A model of the Hindenburg ESMSSESSS mim 3. IV OR Democratic party for the success M line which has been exhibited in of the chief moral issue in the h 2, 3i. AND 5 TON RONZ7 BACK Washington by the Department world today. rioui iurtionlf HunfS!' w 9ml For Low Cost per Ton, Mile fails In the treatnxnrof Erctr, Tenn-essoTritet Rintwotra, Ucb. t of History of the State of Oon't W- erne dUcouratrtf b (ailed SEE it Senator Pat Harrison, Chairis an accurate miniature, H4i.t' omrt treat mend Slhflrrlieri '! of tuft. ici You man of the Speakers Bureau has o. on iat Afon? BmtJ sec F. SCOTT, 17 by 37 feet, of a w TY It at out no sm baaxnltt. sent a challenge to Harding to t tion of the battle front in Ham. a "Casey Creek, Ky. joint debate the Lea- discuss in Sold byPaullDfug Company. France. I1?ue oi iNauons witn oox. St&S. JEMwS. TorrtZIZ - 1 OUR NEW STORij " -- r UP-TO-DA- TE West Pen n Traction & Water Power Co. GEORGE T. WOOD & SON Re-public- an , pro-Leag- ue W-- E r9tmT 3r BS'stl J" buo-J-kI. &P25 '- JSi - e, - 'A. 50-acr- e -- 7 P. , ADAIR COUNTY. NEW3 -- .. . 'x 7 goes 100 Democratic to 200 Democratic. Nicholasville, which usually goes about 30 Republican is showing a Democratic margin of 112 votes on the face of the 1920 registration. This is a switch of 142. Harrodaburg normally breaks about even. It went 67 Democratic in the registration. Richmond ordinarily goes 150 Republican. It shows a Democratic reistration majority of 125 today. This is a switch of 275 votes. Danville which usally goes 125 Republican went 13 thi3 time, a gain of 112. In these six cities therefore the Democrats have gained more than 800 over, past showings in presidential election years, As the rural sections of all of these counties except Madison which contains Richmond, are normally Democratic, the Democratic managers assert that no conclusion except that of a Democratic victory can be drawn from these figures. The best political observers in the Eighth District believes that it will go from 4000 to to 5000. bas-increas-e- i EVERY'miNCI IN J f 4f- - Umfcreli Sopt rstitioi LOOPING Asphalt, Gravel., Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence.. The flirt swings the sunshade. If you forgjet your umbrella you will meet with a setback. If the wind breaks your umbrella in a storm you will receive money. To put an umbrella up when the sun is shinning is a sign of Steel Fence Posfs DEHLER BROS. CO. .Jncoinorated 116 Caar-Mathc- ? Street' Between rirst and Brook Louisville, Ky. REED BROS. - INSURANCE . 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Particularly I liked that reference to Governor Cox as the "engineer-candidate.- " It means a candidate who knows what he's doing and The woman who sets down her umbrella firmly with every step how to do it; in other words, it means efficency. Harding is an is going to rule in her house. engineer candidate too stationThe girl who drags her umary engineer. brella behind her has a Bharp Q. What did I think of Govertongue, an ugly temper, and is a nor Coolidge's speech? gossip. A. It was very convincing in Women who leave their ume brellas fluttering loosely and fail one respect. If Governor pays only $34.50 a month to wrap them will always have rent, any landlord who would financial difficulties., charge Senator Harding mors The one who takes an umbrella $25 a month is a. profiteer. everywhere is a cautious soul than To remove bilious impurities in the Q. Do 1 think the Republicans system and be made internally clean who abstains from speculations are consistent on the League of and healthy, you need the fine tonic and saveB money. and laxative properties of Harbine. Nations? The one who loses an umbrella It acts quickly and thoroughly. Price, A. "Biar Injun" Bill Borah 60c. Sold by money matters is unfortunate in Paull Drug Co. says he wouldn't vote for the and inclined to borrow without League of Nations if the Savior SENATOR HARDING'S ATTACK ON ever returning it. ARMY. The maid who squeezes her of Mankind were to ask him. umbrella under her arm and al "Big Brother" Bill Taft says he Editor News: lows the handle to curve toward is satisfied with the league coye-naHodgen ville, Ky., Sept. 28. Just as President Wilson her sboulder is cheerful and de brought it from Paris, and at A. J. Carroll, one of Louisville's bonair. last reports they were both for prominent lawyers scathingly ' Notes of Science. Republican consist arraigned Warren G. Harding, Harding. Republican candidate for Presency on the league is a jewel What is said to be the smallest the kind you buy at the 2 and 10 ident, in speech made here before a large crowd today because practical motor forms a new den- cent stores. of the statement made by Hardtal tool holder and weighs but Q. What do I think of the Refour ounces. publican plan for the campaign? ing on his front porch when the Chicago National League BaseTo lessen the noies of water A. Recalling the election of falling into a bath tub an inven- Senator Newberry and the way ball Club visited him at Marion tor had patented an extension the candidacies of General Wood that "No one can dispute that the American team played badly tube for faucets. apd Governor Lowderl were when it got on a foreign field." . i Mexico has a tribe of Indians managedi in tne late primaries "Do you men and women whose language is limited to and mindful of what I hear conagree to that" asked Mr. Carroll. about 300words and who cannot cerning the campaign fund "Can any American worthy of count more' than ten. ''tllotments,"it looks tome somethe name accept that statement? Electrically operated oilers for thing like the'Ponzi plan with reLarue county was represented machinery have been invented verse EdgHsh. in the war by 380 of her sons. Samuel Smiley. that can be controlled from cenOf those young men who went m tral switchboards. out from among you, seventeen Louisville Ky. The Argentine government is failed to return. Two of them planning to harness falli of the died in training camps in this 5K production Editor News: Parana river for the country and fifteen died in Registration results in the citof electric power. Erance. Of this 15, one was ies oi the Fighth Congressional Tuberculosis among the miners killed in a railroad wreck going District augur a Democratic "vicdecreased since the introduchas to the front and one died of distory in that district in the compower into South tion of electric ease. Opposite the name of each ing Presidential election. gold mines. African of the other thirteen was writIn the special election of Auas ten on the roll the words "killed An English inventor's stove gust 1919 this district sent King as can be used as an open grate or a Swope, Republican, to Congress, in action." I venture the staterange, a water boiler being operment that no county in the' state nut in the regular election last as ated with it in either form. or nation can show a more gloyear in the face of the Republias The passenger list of a baby can landslide throughout the rious record. Of fifteen men as carriage may be doubled by using State it turned to the Democratic who died on foreign soil thirteen were killed in action with as an auxiliary seat to be suspend- column. their faces to the foe, leading in ed between the handle bars. An analysis of the registration .as the defense of mankind and civfignres in the cities of the disIN ilization. Did those boys play Samuel Smiley 's Sayings. trict indicates that it will go J! ys. badly when they got on a forDemocratic this year by even a i as I find in my mail the following more decicive margin than it did eign field? "Kentucky sent approximately as questions from my former con- last year.. This will mean the 100,000 to war. Of that numas stituents bearing upon the naelection of Judge Ralph Gilbert as tional campaign: ber 3015 gave up their lives, and the defeat of as Question. How do Cox and King Swope, who is running for three of them being women, army nurses. Did they play Harding compare with each other badly when they got on foreign as candidates? c The facts as to the principal fields? Answer. Like a dynamo and towns in the Eighth: "More than 81,000 of the sons a hammock. Shelby ville, which usually reg of America died in defense of Q. Will Harding stick to the isters about 75 Republican" that great cause and in thousands front porch? w.ent 32 Democratic 6nv the face of homes &nd hearts throughout A. What difference does it of the registration, for the-- first this land there are voids which make ? He'll be stuck anyhow. This is an time, in its history. can never be filled. Did they Q. What is a mandatory ? overturn of lo7 votes. . - V"Njjlay badly, when they got on You see, a A. BoieB Penrose. Lawrenceburg, .which usuall Seifen field!? . a-b- misfortune. To open an umbrglla in the house is a sign of bad luck or even 'death The intelligent girl carries her rain protector as an,old warrior his lance. If jou drop your umbrella have some one pick it up. It is unlucky for you to do it. mandatory is somebody? s& up. over the weak or the helpless until they can get up out of the rocking chair. Q. What rind of a peace would we get by Harding's plan for a declaration of peace Congress? A. One-ha- lf of one per cent. Q. Where is -- Trail's End"? A. After March 4, 1921, it will be located at the White House. H. How .did I like Franklin d ofI the.aoldiers from this county and' To the next of kin of each v Cool-idg- ' from other sections of theJStaier who gave their lives in defense of liberty, the Kentucky Council of Defense has sent a testimonial as a slight token of appreciation. On that testimonial is engraved the following words written by an immortal son of LaRue county to a mother whose seve i Fons were killed in battle in defense of the union: "I pray that our Heav-nl- y . Father may assuage the anjjuisb of your bereavement, and leave you only the cherished memory ot the loved and lost,and the emblem of pride that must be yc ars to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom." If Lincoln were alive today would he subscribe to the statement that the American team played badly, when it got on foreign fields? I appeal to you in no parti-a- n sense, not as Democrats or Republicans, but as Americans love their country, who glowho ry in its achievememer.ts and who remember and honor their dead, to say by your votes that any man who makes the (Statement that the sons of America did not do their full duty on for eign neias is unworcny ro ce President of this Republic." Res. hone 13-- B. Business Phcn 13-- J Dr. J. N Murreii DENTIST nt Office, Front Rooms Jeffries, BTd. x UP STAIRS. COLUMBIA, KY 9 When the widow of Gen Long-stremade a Republican speech in N. Co., she was greeted with cheers for Cox and the League. en Ease the pain of a rheumatic as tack by a rubbing application of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relieves tenderness and strengthens the joints. Three sizes, 30c, C0c and 81.20 per bottle Sold by Paull Drug Co. The United State3 of Rus-iis being formed of of the population of the Rusaian Empire, with General Wrangel at the head. a three-seventh- s Notice. The Tax Books are now in my hands, and the taxes are due, come in and seltle same atonce, the sooner paid, the better for both you and the Sheri- ff. 3-tf Cortez Sanders, Sheriu, Adair County, Ky -4- m The Synod of Kentucky at Paducah decided to enlarge the Orphanage at Anchorage and to faise $15000,000. A clear colorless liquid that will heal wounds, cuts, sores and gal's is the latest and best products of aneJlcal science. Ask for Liquid Boronxone, it is a marvel in remedies. Pricce, 30c, 60c and flesh-healin- g i 81.20 Sold by Paull Drag Co. ess Mrs. Wcodrow Wilson this week and made a $100 contribution to the Demo.-raticampaign fund c -- -, - i r Reports that reach U3 frorri the third Congressional district-arto the effect that Bob Thorn- -' as will .win his fight for Ben Johnson is safe in the Fourth and the Democrats feel sure that Judge Gilbert will ' defeat King Swope. re-electi- e &DA1R Big Elm. l$ -- - r-- f. . COUNTY NEWS. A. -- A ' Lm.--.-,m.,f &Qgt$W . "- ..ZJ t Rann-dornRee- J , wifr last Night's Dreams; j-What ; 5Sto,Kji , Br HOWARD L. RANN They Mean DREAM that one Is flying Is rather common experience and. THE ELECTRIC STOVE DID YOU DREAM OF FLYING? THE .;' 'a, " ; electric stove is a successful which prevents the house wlft from being overcome by the heat ami baked. to the dull, reddish brown ct of the Arapahoe squaw. A wttiiian can stand in front "of an elec-- . trie stove all day and run it with one &hi ad,- - while "beating up a sponge cake Willi .the other, and still remain as cfU'l and collected as a refrigerator rar. In fact, the. only person who Is Stable to become overheated when he looks at one of these'stoves Is a anjulYwho has Just figured the meter c?ita.Mtli a pencil stub and a sinking Cifiiff. (an rcannot realize what the Intro IuctIon' of the electric stove means to ..uiifan, because he has never posed range for eight 5i front jof a soft-co8 rs In succession, trying to prepare al TO if! -1 - twetf Qf ,rsr- - Jfrt tEADN'A face w tic wen. Afcxr the ecouohy W o?f Rtc cooKew hTkHI iii . , a It "Does ' More to Cook a Thick Beefsteak Than It Does to Buy the Steak in the First Place. .Not Cost-An- y enough,. food Jo keep 4 a family of eight diildrep from eating the upholstering ouoa,halr sofa. The - cKjkstove, with sloping legs and concave, Stomach, has caused thousands of., women to regret having given country school and entering upon matrimony with one eye closed. JNobody, has ever determined the units thrown off by one of these, stoves on a peaceful summer day xyhen, the air Is vibrant with the melody of birds and the thermometer -- fs. running around the track with Its We do know, however, .' tongue, out. y.i "that ,nany a man has come home at .,'' noon, only to be greeted by a wife ' ""with straight hair and carmine tomato, like unto the over-rip- e all 4be to a steel range which was 0j .content with trying to cook what num-Ler-of,he- Is one of the "typical" or "standard" dreams of. the scientists as it manifests Itself In practically the same manner to everybody. According to Professor Strumpell of Leipzig, one of the "highbrow" dream investigators, this dream sensation of flying Is" the result of the dreammln)d translating the sensation caused by the rising and falling of the lungs of the dreamer after the skin sensations . of the chest have been reduced to Insensibility by sleep. This theory, however, Is rejected by other scientists for what seem very good reasons too long to recite here. Doctor Ferden of Vienna and some others interpret the flying dream as erotic dream symbol-Iswhile Professor 1reund declares that In spite of the standardization of the dream under consideration, it requires special Interpretations In some persons and In --all cases arises In or- psychic. the dream-min- d The mystics Interpret the dream as a favorable omen. According to them It is a prognostication that the dreamer will arrive at a considerable, perhaps., a great, fortune, and will be.pro-mote- d to some high office of state. Also It Is a sfen that you will be happy as .well as fortunate. If you are unmarried and In love, ..you will marry the one of your choice and will live happily. If you are not In love now you will iie soon anjT a marriage will result More than, that, joii will'-havmany children who-wibe "successful '"" In life. "';. anyone who. dreams of flying For there Is a Journey "tin storey which Journey will resultto his .great advan tage. The "highbrows," bf course, deny that there, is any prophetic meaning In the dream. So. there you are the "hlghbrows'.and the '"lowbrows" take yourenqjeef .,v- (Copycat.)'. m, e K I;haybeenxeqaeatedktorwfrite up something for thelNews that happened a way back in the first settling of Adair County, as my native county. ' In 1809 father Thom as Turner was erecting a hewed log Mill House oh the Falls of it-i- s my-grau- tiifPestam&JL-r- i - -u-"- vj -- ,. - .f-nis--. d y ? 4 1 J Crocus creek, in Adair county. He had 8 or 10 men helping him raise the wall. All at once some thing crashed down the side of a f 00 foot clift on opposite side of creek, scaring the men out of their wits. They first heard something whizing and looked up and saw something coming down the clift, tearing cedar trees and everything before it, landing in the creek, rolling across and out on the sand bar. My grand .father and one of the men went to it, but it smelt so loud they could not stay, close to it,, and they pronounced it a raetor or meteorite. It was about the size of an 8 bushel salt barrel with a hole in one side of it. It was about the consistency of cast iron. I have knocked pieces off of it with a jledge hamhierVsome 50 prr60.years!.ago. .' " '" THE UNIVERSAL CAR ) T. vEemember that when you bring your Ford car to us for mechanical attention that you get the genuine Ford service materials, experienced work-me- n' and Ford factory price. Your Ford is 1;oo useful; too valuable to take chances with poor mechanics, withequally poor quality materials; Bring it to us and save both time and money. We are aur thorized Ford dealers, trusted by the Ford Motor Company to look after the wants of Ford owners that.'s the assurance we offer. .'We are getting a few Ford cars and first come first to receive delivery , The tr. j i--;. Buchanan-LyCnTtimhla., ." ",f Y. --- --'. on iVtobUVn T v i Cos " . ' M rtt. at V- - Get Close , Br GEORCE MATTHEW ADAMS " a MANY going, General, since Time got com-plcxio- j, fit,.jurr.led Inside. Tl'he 4 electric stove does not, have to - lie fed kindling In the form ot cobs, but.4s, pperaii'il-b- y a simple button, which, turn? on the heat and the meter a.tpne and the same time. This thcter.is very fast on Its feet, and it is a. painful sight for a- frugal husband to ..watch It turn over and devour . .raits and kilowatts in a reckless and prodigal manner. It does not cost any on cook v tnore ,tp stove a thick beefsteakbuy an the than It does to Jelectric "jgfeak Jn the fir$t place, and. after the Jjoren.has become thoroughly heated wwlll remain In that condition so long 'as nobody wants to use the heat - has bitterly learned the futility of fighting a battle at long range. Also, many a Business man has learned to his sorrow the disaster back of ji distant relationship between himself and his customers. Step a Step Closer Individual supremacy and power result from combat, whether or not It Is;a, Battle at Arms, a Battle in Business, or a Battle with your own Self. And the Closer you get to your Opponent the surer you are of Victory. Js& Step a Step Closer. Another thing to remembei' Imagination Is a powerful factor in Sucyou are to your cess and work or your Opposition, the biggest will be your vision, the more will you See, and the clearer will loom the real purpose back, of each effort that you make in life. If some way could be devised to Step a Step Closer. turn bark, tlie surplus heat generated Close quartered you are able to deby an electric stove Into the meter, and tect defects, and correct' them. Close get credit at the end of. the month, ' more people" would use it without a centered there Is no lost' motion! but If- you will power In every stroke. sense or dark, chilly foreboding. but apply the suggested thoughts back (Copyright) o'f tills little talk, to; your work toO r day, larger growth Is sure Tou will Safe Places. be a bigger man or Voma'n. ;k"specles ft builds nests 0 ; ;xvhich are- composed of a gelatinous Eager to Have It Out. secretion from the glands inside the ' "Kate never seems to grasp anything mouth. These nests are edible and you j tell her." ai a - Very popular --delicacy In the "No; she's the Wnd of woman who Orient, They are built In cup shape Instead, of. listening to what you are andiare attached to the face of the saying Is ' already listening to, what rocfcVln perilous places, "making the she Is going to say," Boston t lSJithecinr of them a rather danger--i the-'Clos, -- 'Wggry&i&h or-wr- oxygen in their1 composition, and re.spect.are unlike the generality of compound substances which make up the crust of our globe. Hence the inference has been drawn that in some t)f the planetary masses of the Solar system from whence met- eorits were undoubtedly desired, oxygen does not exist at all or in much smaller proportions than up on the earth. Many Meteorites contain and some are, entirely composed of metatic Iron and nickels, while upon the earth those elements are rarely itever found except in substances. This. 809 Meteorite according to Well's Geology came from the Moon it was thrown out in one of its.uphevels and went throw space, so. far it lost the attraction of the Moon turned its course and fell to the earth. J.. A. Turner. in-th- but I have not heard of it since I left Crocus Creek 52 years ago. Many of the Meteorite which A Trip To Michigan from the inter-- 1 fall , planetary spaces have little or no EditorNewfir- th iy ay on the santLbar for years ;i f , is' combina-tionwith-oth- er 1 -- - Diriio r- - -- , . fausjpcctipation. i- - 1 M a here on a visit. They will return to that state, the climate being J&j:metd are busy this, week better, for Mrs. Bryant's healths Ozark "saving-dodder- , - :. We had a' good rain here -. day air-t.;- Mon afternoon, which cooled the some extent. . . Sh& saw millVat Craycraf is not running this week on ac-- . count of the hands having to save C."LM Anderson Mur- - fodder. M " Messrs. j, . ' .r're.l,and - Misses Susan and Irene :Murrell attended camp meetihg 4tv at. Acton, Taylor Co., last Wed- ' xiesday. :;TMr. and Mrs. W". G. Roy and i, .'Sir. and Mrs. Blair have returned rom a visit to Sellersburg, Ind. ;.iThey visited the homes, of L. G. f Montgomery and Walker Bryant, finding both, .families well and airosperous. -Mr. and Mri2 J. C. Bryant and f'tittle son, who have been living - -- i -- Lilburn and Grady Bryant, of Indianapolis Ind., arevisiting their parents at this place. Mrs.. Sallie White is visiting her sister; Mrs. Thompson, in Green county this week. All of the children and. grand children of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Combest met at their home last Saturday. Mr. B. B. Montgomery was present and made pictures of thefamily group. Mrs. F. P. Bryant has been quite sick for two weeks. Mr. Sam Murrell of Champaign 111. is visiting at the home of his father-in-laMr. R. S. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. W, ?. Bryant were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey last Sunday week. -w, Fodder saving is the order of the day. ., . Mr; A D. Stotts has been on the sick list for the last few days but Is slowly improving. .. 7 Several from this place attend' ed the speaking,by,SenatorJEeqk- ham, at" Columbia, last week . ; . . : The speaking at Independence, last Friclay:night was largely at tended and everybody seemed to have a nice time. . William Harvey is yisiting relatives at Grady ville this week. Mr. G. C. McKinnejr'was our midst one day lastMeek sick Hat this week. . in Mr. 'Matthew Wodteirns.on the . "That's a very prettyjpaihtjng of yours, that orchard. sce.ne," Jady; "but said the near-sighte- d why didn't you sign it?. "I did," replied, the-artist- ; fWn ' Colorado for liVdrsljrMUB - MOh, is that your ;name? ,1 who is on a hunger strike, lives on wine .thought that was partpof the are awifruit juice J,.. -; ;;s.;fence!1' '' winner Mayor dl Cork, . It has been disclosed that Mc-- don't you see my name, ajrthe bottom?" . S jfr' -- ?- " -- ,"-. r; III t -- Since Iliave-beeentertaining writing a letter to the News for quite awhile, I will accept this as my most appropriate op . portunity to interest its readers. ft I have always followed its colThe last two s6fie! by Albert Pa&, umns very ciosely and hope nevson Terhune published in bodfE: form er to be without the pleasure, hae-ha- d at $2.00 a a v which it always affords when I dopy. Mr. Terinjnes latest story, read it. I was . happy also to Black Gold, wiftVappear for the first find that my children in Detroit, ; time in the next eleven issues of Micb., were blessed with a copy each week. I would like to here insert a few accounts of my trip to Detroit on Oct. 3rd to 11th, with the hope that it will inter ' . Perhaps you can buy this, too, in a est all the 'friends and neighbors 1 year or so, for $2.00 r but I icnpW you of myself and children. I found can read it right now, while it is new, my youngest son and wife, also "for $1.00. That, sounds to me like a my daughter, Pearl, getting bargain price for .really great story, along nicely in the new home he. full of action andttthrills. --itfte had Jauilt last March, prior to his figure that the and most helpful guidAnd if we ance on every problem ,. j$2.00bookaloneisworth wedding. Calvin is now and has ; the $1.00 you pay when - of your farm .business you buy it in serial form. and. of the home econbeen employed for the major omy. You'll get articles as part of a year's subs by Pickon scription for THE COUN- part of the year at the Dodge ett, the Department of try Gentleman, then Agriculture by Marquis, iBros., Motor Co., being a gener the rest of the contents of these 52 big weekly, Plant Diseases by al Machine operator and produc - issues must come to you O'Brien, Tenant Farra- r ingjjy Johnson, without cost-- . And, be tion man. earl nas been em sides this, story, thes& , Land, by Lovejoy, Or issues will bring about chards iy Douglass, ployed most of the summer and ifer Poultry by Lewis, 52 2500 standard book foi 1 dollar I pages of the soundest issues fall at the Crawley, Milnerstores, . General Furnishers and- - outfit Just MaU Me Your Check-TQD- AY fK ters. She is a saleslady and appears to. like it very well. Is alG. so well pleased in Detroit and I Creelsboro, Ky. could not persuade her to return home with ,me. The Bungalow An "authoriiid tubseriptJon'reprMeatatlTre of . TbeComitryGeatlesua The Ladie' Home Jonraal TbSatrKili7TtxPet bought and furnishthat Calvin K Uima-C- H W .. 5Z ed is a perfectly lovely home, and he and Ruth seem to enjoy Jiving there very much. James, my oldest son was in Jackson and says it promises a future. I river, on one of the pretty when I first arrived in Detroit, really fear it is dangerous work the Pontiac and iPrqmljjJL but on Friday Oct. 9th, after my tho from all accounts. I was being Detroit boats. J9V saite arrival he came to Detroit, hav- sure glad to see them wejl and over to Intercolonial Oatiada arJ ing been transferred in bis du- happy, also doing well. snent a pleasant' hegic kt U Mr. and Mrs. Winfrey also bretty little city Wiiidaor. ties from Jackson to Detroit, sortt' for a limited period of time, like Detroit fine.. Mrs. Winfrey which is mostly a. health here located areK. tne summer then elsewhere to the various is an efficient saleslady at Crawhomes of soms vsist. cities he might be chosen to op- ley, Milner's, the largest' de- Americans and CJaaadiaae. tel erate in. He has since May 1st, partment stores in Detroit, and so got a peep actbe jiwitttilful 1920 been employed by one of Mt. Winfrey, is employed at "the Isle park and LwurS-t.- j mm- the largest Secret service agen- Dodge Motor uo. uetroit is "4 We attendedMilfiweW the joyed Tery beautiful city in one respect, aters, whrctel4e5r 3 cies, which, have an office in parks, gay theaters much. His work covers mostly many pretty 'tia ra., a. d kjqz.. Industrial investigations, but he and halls, many large, pretty has at present been assigned to buildings. The new library just being completed, cost to effect shadow work on a - criminology' its constructions approximately BltearfcSFriatj?;t T. G case, local work in the weitiidf $2,000,000. j.. I sure' lenjoyed a Bueefi..Jr 8jjm:?J&m 9bf h&Te - the work of the city. He likeaiZ T' trip oyer tie beautiful frtoreft t?mtmii T'iiQmbmtmim n AM.v n This$2.00 ? " Foiyi spleiidie GENTLEMAN i -- Ufe COUNTRY Pure-Brcd- f Cut-ove- Jno. Higginbottons, jta-- 52wn-JI.- -- . De-tro- it. tt J. A rt" -. .- . .. '- - . M.J" .",;. ' ; ' - ' !