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On Sunday night, Oct. 17, 1920, the Last year America's gifts saved one Justice Rollin Hurt will be Named The old year will soon be numbered Annual Financial Report of the death angel visited the home of W. C. Adair County Board of Education, for with the past. It was a prosperous million from starvation The findings Chief at January Meeting. year for this office and We want to re- of the American mission sent to inAndrew, and claimed for its victim July 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920. Through an oversight in my last re- Year Mrs. Samantha Wesley. She. was turn our gratful thanks to our pat vestigate the condition in the East RECEIPTS. port I gave the depth of the Carnahan Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 17 The Court eighty-fiv- e in- reveal the terrible plight of these peoyears old when the end Company's well No. 1 on the Cyrus 1. Balance from last year $ 1 203 87 rons. Our subscription list has ple Armeria and other countries ad of Appeal today adjourned the fall came. She had made her home with creased and our Job presses have been Campbell farm, as 330 feet when it 2. From State for teachkept busy, and at this time there are joining are perishing for bread. "Un- term and will convene for the winter her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Andrew, for ers' salaries ' (include should have read 230 feet 31 328 28 many jobs yet to be completed. We less aid is given the whole country term January 3, at which time Chief a number of years. She was married graded schools) Mr. T. Earle Williams, the "hushave not made any special effort for will be exterminated. Mr. Herbert Justice John D. Carroll will retire to Ghire Wesley, Feb. 12, 1862, who tler" from Burkesville, Ky., who is 3 From county levy an increase of business. It has, in a Hoover says: "In my opinion in the from the bench and Justice Rollin preceded her to the grave many years (including rate very actively engaged In the boosting 7 349 16 great measure, voluntarily come,and Near East is the most desperate sit- Hurt be elevated to the Chief Justice- ago. She leaves seven children to corporation taxes) and development of the oil business this action on the part of our patrons uation in the World." Armenia and ship. Justice Carroll will be succeed- mourn their loss. She was sick for a in this territory, spent the latter part 4. From consolidated and the surrounding parts have been cruel- ed on the bench by William Rodgers number of days before the end came, is specially appreciated. taxation of last week in town. Clay for the Fifth District. Chief and all was done for her that loving During the year 1921 we will en- ly outraged by the Terrible Turk. Mr Bee Whitis, known as the "busy 5. From all other sources Justice Hurt will preside for the com- hands could do. She was a kind and Homes by the ten thousands have 460 35 deavor to make the paper more interLivestock fund Bee" from Somerset, Ky., has been years. loving mother, and is greatly missed 27 27 esting than heretofore, and for our been destroyed, mothers and fathers ing two 1909 and 1910 State fund spending a few days in this locality especially by those who have watched 77 00 job department the very best mater- slaughtedand thousand of homeless Old houses sold looking after personal interests in conAmerican Legion. over her, and cared for her, in her reial will be kept in stock. Mr. J. C waifs left to look, after themselves. nection with development work in Total of balance and last years. This is all happening on Armenia 40 445 93 Strange, who is an experienced and an ceipts this field. Members of Adair Post, No. 99, She united with the Methodist DISBURSEMENTS. artistic printer, is in charge of this the oldest Christian Country in the met Wednesday evening of A fine oil well, estimated as being last week, church in early girlhood, and World. Details could be given that 1. Old indebtedness paid $ lived a department His work is guaranteed good for fifty barrels, is reported as and elected the following officers for consistent member until the end. 2. Per capita paid to gradto please, and it will be turned out at would make volumes of horrors Civhaving been drilled in recently near the ensuing year: She leaves a number of grandcnildren,. 1 995 12 prices ed schools consistent with good business. ilization is sitting by the bedside of a James Holladay, Commander. Greensburg, Ky.r and this week a good several of whom were with her in her We extend greetings to all our dying race dying unless they have , 32 059 82 "gasser" was struck there in the town 3. Teachers' salaries Albert Bryant, Vice Commander. last illness, and watched over her unbread. 4. New buildings and friends, trustiDg that they will hap) corporate limits, at a depth of 250 feet. John Rose, Adjutant. til the end, knowing that she had 2 293 91 The Near East Relief is a nationgrounds spend the holidays, and that during According to a recent compilatio Dr. O. P. Miller, Finance Officer. been a kind and loving grandmother. wide organization to attend to this Repair and improvethe incoming year the wealth of each made by Mr. E. E. Loomis, secretary 5. Welby Cooley, Historian. We can say to the children, weep not 1 920 76 ment of old buildings iid every one will be increased, and need Kentucky and the other States of the Kentucky Oil Men's AssociaOtis SheDherd, Master of Arms. as those who have no hope, mother that they will enjoy the best of health. are organized to do their part. tion, during the month of October last 6 School equipment and Executive Committee. can not come back to you, but you 1 432 66 This Christmas while most of us the output of crude oil in the State supplies Dr. W. J. Flowers, can go to her, for she is living now Good assortment of Ladies suits and will be sittingdown to plenty of good 763 09 amounted to 746,818 barrels. Figured 7. Fuel and incidentals Rollin Cundiff, where pleasures never die. things let us remember the needy with colts regardless of cost. at $4 25 per barrel, the prevailing 11. Other overhead exRalph Hurt, Dearest mother thou hast left us, 144 87 Russell & Co. a donation commensurate with one penses price for Somerset grade at that time, Edgar W. Reed, And thy loss we deeply feel. gratitudes for what we enjoy. The 40 610 23 Total disbursements the value amounts to 83,173,979.09. Doc Walker. Honor Roll. But 'tis God who has bereft us organization in Adair County is locatAmount of money in Mr. J. B. Doolittie reports good ed in Columbia Treasury, June 30, A modean discovery for the rapid He can all our sorrows heal. progress being made in the drilling of The Ozark Public "School taught by J. B. Smith, Chairman, Leslie 1920 None healing of flesh wounds, cuts, burns, Yet again we hope to meet thee. well No. 1 on the Geo. Powell farm, Prof. Albert Bryant. The following . Indebtedness J Vy . Flowers at Bank of Colum- bruises, sores and scalds is Liquid When the day of life is fled. on June near Joppa. This locality looks to bs names are the seventh grade Btudents bia, Treasurer. 30, 1920, and to whom Borozone. It is a clear, colorless Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee one of the best in this immediate sec whose papers in the final term exSend donations to Mr. Jno. W. liquid possessing marvelous healing Where no farewell tears are shed. due tion, and Mr. Doolittie says he examination represented 100 per cent or Flowers, at Bank of Columbia. Note Bank of She was laid to rest in the Taylor power. Price, 30c, 60c, and 8120. pects to give it a thorough test. perfect Columbia ?150 00 graveyard and when relatives and Sold by Paul Drug co. Such ideal weather continues with Dont forget we have a large stock of Mary Reeves, Rosa Bee White. Bon Overcheck friends withdrew from the cemetery, us in this section that there is no let Schraffts box candies can be found her remains were resting nie Wolford, Virginia Reeves, Bertha Toys and Dolls. National First under a bank up in field operations, and unless Russell & Taylor at the Royal Cafe. Prices are right: of beautiful fiowerg. Leach, Mirla Feach, Edith and Ethel 4 30 Bank something unforseen at this time 8 2t Montgomery outstanding indebtVvritten by Spain has 90c Gasoline. should happen it is predicted there Total S154 30 edness at close of year Anthene Wesley, will be some good- - "strikes" in old The printers of this office will be The Local Talent of the Eastern Noah Loy, Glensfork. Ky. During September and October the given a few days rest during the fesAdair before the end of the year. Star will give an entertainment, FriCounty Superintendent' day night Dec. 31., in the Masonic Ford Blast Furnaces, Detroit, Mich., tivities of the season, hence we will Mr. J E. Carnahan, Canton. Ohio, Notice. R. S. English, shipped to the Ford Assembling Plant not publish the News next week unHall Admission 20c. the big operator who has interests in Sec'y County Board of Education. at Cadiz, Spain, 20,000 gallons of ben- til Wednesday, one day late. Please call and settle while in town, many sections, has been here within Columbia, Ky., Nov. 29, 1920. zol. At present gasoline in Snain Is Election of Officers. the past few days on an inspection Miss Emma Andrews, whose home and let us begin the year with accounts selling at 90c per gallon. Benzol is I hereby certify that the above is a trip to his field operations in this was near Glenville, was married a few squared. correct summaey of the receipts and On Monday evening, December,27th, being shipped there at a maximum Wishing all my friends a Merry territory. He expressed himself as days ago, to a Mr. Mclnnish, of Casey disbursements of Noah Loy, County the annual election of officers for Co- cost of 45c per gallon This not only Xmas., and prosperous New Year, being very much pleased with the out county. They left at once for the and thanking you all for the many look for the Campbell well, at Creels-bor- Superintendent, Treasurer of the lumbia Lodge, No.. 86. F. and A M. means a 53 per cent, in saving in cost, groom's home. Adair County Board of Education, will take place. All members in good but also a large saving in time and courtesies I am very truly, drilled in. a few days since, and for fiscal year beginning July 1, 1819, Btanding are requested to be present. inconvenience in procuring gasoline, Our entire stock of "Red Goose" Dr. J. N. Murrell. he has ordered tanks and pumping as Spain is experiencing an unusual for children will be sold at Factory and ending June 30, 1920, as shown by outfit to be installed there at once, During the year 1920 Mr. S: O Neat, shortage of motor fuels. Paid List. Prices, all other shoes marked down to preparatory to the marketing of the an audit of his books on this date. Clerk of the Adair County Court, paid J. N. Coffey, Accountant. "rock bottom." product of his several wells in that Mr. T. Earle Williams, who succeedto Bert Epperson, Treasurer of the The followingjare new paid subscribRussell & Co. locality. For Sale. county, 81,696 dog tax. In the same ed Mr. H. K. Alexander as., traveling ers and renewals since our Issue of laat Mr, J. Press Miller lias sold his f Tuesday. Both the McMead Oil Company and year the Fiscal Court allowed to own- salesman for the Louisville Grocery interest in the grocery store Beacon Oil Syndicate', w ho jointly the Mrs. B. S. Mann, L. A. Reece, Curt One 75 acre farm situated on Burkes- ers of stock and poultry killed by dogs, Company, has had a very satisfactory which Is operated in the lower end of Yarberry, have six good wells ready to be pumpH. C. Feese, Harriet D. ville road, 2 miles from Columbia. 31,800. This shows that the dog tax trada since he went on the road, and ed at Creelsboro, are installing tanks lacked '8204 of being sufficient to pay he feels that his business will, grow as the Russell building, to the Reece Cundiff, Miss Jim Conovar, J. G In a high state of cultivation. 40 and other equipment neccessary for he becomes bettter acquainted in Bros , one of whom was his partner Noel, V. Sullivan, Miss O. M. Reed,-C- . acres in grass and clover to mow. for the stock killed. the marketing of oil at the earliest Well watered, 3 lasting springs some sections of his territory. Mr. and the business will continue at the A. Thomas, J. W. Knifley, S. W. same stand. possible date. A pipe line Will be run Notice. Dohoney, Mrs. Mattie Holladay, RolWilliams is a very reliable gentleWater in every field. Extra good from the wells to .the Cumberlaud man, and we take pleasure in combarn. Most all fencing woven wire When you boy Shoes, be sore you get lin Branham, J. B. Doolittie, David River about one quarter of a mile dis Tenant house. Price right. Reason B Hill, Mm. G. D. Morrison, Mrs. All who are indebted to us will be mending him to merchants and the best. The best for the price no tant, where it will be delivered by kindly requested tn come in and setof the counties he represents. John A. Wheeler, Z. W. Cundiff, A. for selling must change climates for matter what the price may be at gravity pressure from the storage A. Strange, Mrs. Allie Nunn Prich-artle at once, as we are very busy and He will not misrepresent his goods in health. Call or see J. T. Goodman, Hurray's. tanks to barges for shipment to Nash- Phone 187 order to make a sale, and the prices H. O. Shirley, Jas. Frankum, J. haven't time to come and see you. Columbia, Ky. ville. Tenn. The quality of oil proW. Willis, W. P. Agee, J. F. Cabell, T. G. Rasner & Son. he gives you will be endorsed by his The Lindsey- - Wilson and the Graded duced there is' such that it finds a company S. J. Cabell, J. T. Johnston. Jr., Y. Sent to the Home. school will close next Thursday afterready market at the "top" price E. Hurt, L. J. Squires, Jas. H. Moore. We are informed by some of the being paid for Somerset grade, which Say it with Lowneys. Have your noon, for the holidays. They will re- F. D. Cobb, Mrs. J. W. Kelson, J. H. It is not often that Masons let the younger set that several young ladies box put away before it is too late. open the first of January. Is now quoted at from 4 25 to 84.50 Reynold. public know how they distribute do- and young gentlemen from per barrel. other Russell & Taylor. For Sale: One extra good saddle nations, but as the following state- towns will be here to spend ChristThere is an ordinance against shoothoise. Sound and without blemishes. ment will appear in the Masonic Home mas This means social gatherings There was an immense crowd in Mills and Light Plant for' Sale. Dr. B. J. Bolin, ing fire crackers upon the public Journal, we believe there is.no impro- from residence to residence during town last Saturday, the stores and See A- B. Boliu,' Eller. K7. square and the officers are going to priety in stating that Columbia the holidays groceries looking like beehives from Mill in Columbia and the one on enforce it. The conduct of some parThe Lodge, No. 96, sent, last week, to the The reeular meeting of Columbia morning until late in the afternoon. Sunday night, while services Russell's creek, run by G. B. Smith, The News office will be open or Besides smaller articles purchased to Lodge, No. 96, F. and A. M., wijl be ties last Superintendent of the Home fifty-on- e Light Plant are for were going on in two churches, was a and the Columbia s dollars in cash, to be expended for business every day during the please the childoen many handsome next Friday night. A full attend-anc- e disgrace to civilization. sale. The owners are ready to give When a perChristmas presents for the widows If you want to leave orders and valuable articles were passed over is desired. bargain. They will son is arrested for violating this ordime man or men a k for advertising or or if you the counters. As a result, there will and children of that institution. d or one half interest in sell a Make our store headquarters for nance he should be given a fine that want to settle your account, come in. be many happy homes in old Adair your Xmas shopping and save money. rhe would not soon forget. the two mills or they will sell both For Sale. county on Christmas morning plants to one man. They are in good Russell & Taylor. Last Saturday all the business Born, to the wife of Rev. W. E. Three Bronze Turkey Toms, gold houses in Columbia were a splenrunnig condition, both doing crowded Sunday-schooIn the Glenville last All persons owing the old firm of Burdette, Depoy, Ky., Dec. 4, 1920. a band strain, weight 23. lbs each from early did business. the morning until dark. Sunday daughter Jaunlta. The mother is week, there were 206 in atKeene & Hoy are urged to call and The Light plant will be sold to one Price $10. Christmas goods were the attraction. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tllden tendance and 206 Bibles were in the settle'thelr account. Mrs. Josh Butler. man or a company. The owners are Wilcoxsin. school. One of the Bibles was 300 Entire stock of mens, boys and ready to talk business. For further The paid time for several hundred childrens clothing at mannfacturers years old. This school is In a contest Rainbows with the top side down particulars see 4 Wanted. ' Russell & Co of our subscribers will expire at the cost. with the school at Jamestown. was the attraction here last Thursday G. B. Smitlyat the' end of this year. We want them to Nice dressed hogs, also hogs on ipot, afternoon. . Columbia Mill. Mr. E. W. Bennett delivered to "Be at the Masonic Hall Friday evenrenew as quickly as possible. We will' pay good cash price. What I have left of Mens and boys hope many will come to tjie office the Judge G. T. Herriford, last Tuesday, ing, Dec. 31. Members of the Eastern Reece Bros. r January county two hogs, on foot, that weighed 795 Star Chapter will entertain. It is for suits and overcoats at cost at first . Monday in Columbia, Ky. For Sale.-- u all who will come. AdmissiotP 20 pounds court. Murray's. The Campbellsvilie Loose Leaf cents. House has a half .page in the News Entertainment In the Masonic Hall Choice fruits and candles, the finest 9 head of good work horees,' 3 wagons I The News will not be printed next G. A. Smith sold, last Thursday, to this week. The opening sale will be Friday evening Dec 31. Admission, apples ever on this market, can be and 12 sets of harness' ' no.tr nnMl Worlnocrlon Phelps Bros., 16 good hogs for 8 cents. January 4th. ..v- - nw. ..uw-,-' found at the Royal Cafe. 20 cents. ? i 7-Guy NellColumbiaTKy. by k. t. KEMEK sub-distri- ct ly o, : one-hal- gro-cerym- en d, 9-- - holi-day- job-wor- one-thir- l, 9-- 9-- 3t ,r 8--2t . 1V tf ! H 't$ C t ,. - 'JV s """WfJV U JUk i otiiG .J by GRACE SZAr-earPMrr jaBS ABAIR-COUNTY NEWS I "Take our Wtficlne flrsrn U-he- 2 l9FnlB KU If fliLLLbw 1L1bBBBBW1i - II IVk. k lyB(BBBiiBiy ITT" J picked up the glass and then stood star&Jg hi ttie'iacoshe'd taken it from. "Why, the doctor must have g left this money," she exclaimed, up a" roll bf "bills, "took, Edle, tak-.In- DAVIS lOOkl" HARDWARE COMPANY. Shelfermd "IK Skill VI HIV WffTl v2 4 " wi Inn n H2uV.2bibfcr' Piixes &g wmuertiip 1 I A Now Romance SYNOPSIS. wmm 'Ip Uh I. vSSt oftho c&xpf67' s, worn-"ou- J "Get off, your clothes," repeated the woman, Impassively. "Come on to ' bed, and go to"sleep." In another moment the girl had stripped off her wet. clothes, had blown out the light and was In bed beside her mother. When Edith was assured the girl slept, she crawled out of the bed and lighted the lamp. She tried to collect her thoughts, to lay a plan f or "the 'future for herself and husband. John Pendlehaven bad been there! Pendlehaven, the one man In the world she dreaded the mention of I And Tony had said he would come back tomorhalf-hidde- Successors to Jeffries Hardware Store Dealer In All MILLER kinds of Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness A WHITE and Farming Implements. carefully Storm Cotmlvtj) selected stock of up the steps, Tonnibel luck at the doctor's side before row I She turned and looked at the sTeepf-inhe scarcely realized it. ' CHAPTER I. Lonely and almost friend-'lesn Oils, face,' In the' blankets. "Mummy's alone," she said. "Come Tonnibel Devon, living on a canal She had stolen this child from hej- on.""" BVimi t, boat, child of a brutal father und a discouraged mother, wanders Into a Pendlehaven stooped over Edith De- father, and now she had to escape the Salvation army hall at' Ithaca, N. Y. von, gently taking her wrist In hjs, consequences of her wicked deed. She A of There ehe meets a young Salyation army 'fingers? had to go away, and that' quickly.- If time' lie 'sat beside For some captain, Fhtflp MacCauley. husband's her, 'then mixing, a draught, succeeded she had dared to "face-he- r CHAPTER IL Uriah Devon, Tony's fa an, pouring it.uown her pifoat. xne wrath, she would have, then and ther, returns to the boat from a pro- - weary lids didn't lift, but one thin arm there, communicated with Paul' ' traded "spree," and announces he has "" n ' arranged for Tony to marry a "worthless came rigidly upward, then' fell back She reached out and touched Tonnl-bel'- s companion o his, Reginald Brown. Mrs. limply. Devon objects, and Uriah beats her. She face. eh?" asked "Some one struck her,, . Intimates there Is a secret connected "Baby, darlin', wake up," she said. the doctor. with Tonnibel. "Yep," replied the" girl, and that was "I want to ask you something!" CHAPTER III. In clothes that Uriah yes Tony opened her slumber-lade- n has brought Tony finds a. baby's picture- all. with a notification of a reward for iU Pendlehaven didn't ask,, anything and .smiled. return to a Doctor Pendlehaven. She more. In accepting the picture he had "Don't go to sleep again," exclaimed goes to return the, picture. r tacitly promised iibt'to question her. Mrs. Devon, hoarsely.' "Tell me this. What "did It matter- to him how the Da1 yon Honest believe what you .say, CHAPTER IV. With the Pendlehaven, family of wealth, live Mrs. Curtis, a woman had come-nta her present con- aboul "that "thing on the, card? About cousin, herJson and' daughter, 'Katherhie dition ? He would do his utmost, Jils lt,bein' holy?" Curtis and Reginald Brown.. Catherine Is very "Yep," asserted Tony, with droop3 best for tlitfsake of Uievlrembllng deeply In love with Pfilllp MacCauley. ' baby's efng eyelids.' ' ' child who had brought backs the u "You don't want to hurt Uriah and deswift reply, "i want tosee tlie doct- picture which.iXMght hrjrjg .a new me, do yourhoney?" sire to live in ids nrother, PauL or-" The girl sKook her head slowly, and 'hi? safa at length, "Come outside," The voice was filled with touching rising. "I want to talk to you. She'll a doubtful shadow settling In her eyes, pathos, and the young fact? had grown seemed to makeslier wider awake. sleep' a long thrie, perhaps until morn" . .suddenly grave. , "I wouldn't hurt vou, darlin'", she, ing." 'Tm one Doctor Pendlehaven," he renlled at lentrth. "but sometimes. "She'll get well, huh?" demanded said. "Won't yoti it'down"?" cjvhen daddy's beatin" you, I feel'llki' Tonnibel, in a wliisper. ' Tonnibel shook her- head. ghqJ "Surely," he responded. ''Of- course." whackin' the life out of him. Why , .couldn't sit down in, all this royal . ,v today" , The-- thought pX her father coming splendor, she who had been used to Old Edith stopped her by a tug at her home drunk flashed across the girl's n canal boats and rough benches to sit mind.' "I don't 'want you to stay if sle'eve. i. on. "If you swore by that card you she's all Tight;" she said with a, back'Tin kinda .mussed up," she said in ward bend of her head. "You said 'brought, I an oath, J excuse. 'Tve come to make a .dickei.j get well, didn't you?" At the would you keep It?'' she asked hoarseshe'd with with Dr. Paul Pendlehaven." ' doctor's affirmative nod she went on: ly. "Tell me"' what you want of my "Then Til take you back up the hill," "You bet I would." There, was brother?" he said gently. "Do you so you'll be safe." amazement,, surprise and eagerness in want him. to help you?" nit; "No," said Pendlehaven, firmly. PiX juuug TUitCt "Yep, a hull lot," she responded, "a "No, I won't let you. I can find my "Didri't you tell me the feller said 3 great lot. My mother's awful sick. way all right, but can't leave you Jesus was a holy bird?"" Tony nodded. But I can't tell how she got that way, like, this." so don't ask me. But but I th&uglit Mrs. Devon gripped xher fingers Tonnibel extended her hand. "I said mebbe If I brought Doctor Paul's baby I was going with you;"she answered about the girl's arm. back " She paused,, drew out of her crisply. "Gome on, it'll be all hours "Mebbe he's in the Dirty Mary here, only you can't see him, baby dear?" blouse the picture and handed it out, before ou get home now. I ain't say-i"I thought If I didn't take any money I would love to have you in the The woman's voice was slyly toned, but she shivered in superstition. lor it, he'd help me, and mebbe wouldn't Dirty Mary with mummy and me, make me tell where I got it." Ucs. Phon. !". B. Ft iirx-5get killed if you stay." t ' "He's right here," affirmed the girl, -- A. might f " vnd what? about you?" 'demanded thinking of a boy's earnest uplifted John Pendlehaven made no niovo t touch the little card she was lu!l .? !V;n'Iehaven. face and vibrant assurances. Ship your cream to a out to him, and Tonnibel came i "Then say after me, what I'm to it," she responded. oh, I'm creamery awl use Her fingers let go their hold m i .. Somebody might give me a swat or , thinkin' of," said Edith." at home. Tnere-arthree advantages in doTony-lifte-d picture, and It fell to the iloor. And two on my bean, but that won't count li6r eyes to her mother's, ing this. Cream brings 4im.n ImWm.r. 41ia ntn.llAil .r.?n AVilf. ' fbrnolhin'!" pricea, NUCOA btit drew5 back" Wch DENTISTcosts less. You save the she dropped down and began to sibj When jthey trenched the bonlcvsird, bowtwU'lOiShe looked, white like a The Original Nut Butter time and effort ot makilong bitter obs such as John Pendle he dropped her hand. rf , ng1 butter. Many farmdead person. NUCOA is churned from the sweet meat oi ers are making a biff vt haven had ncer heard from any of "Now go back," he said gently, "I "I swear by the'livlfi'1 Jesus" hwran cocoamits In pasteurized miBr the result Is profit in this manner. " aJanusfaappetlzlng' and delicious nut better his own women Kind. Why not you? NUCOA Edith, and then die paused. '!Snv it can find my way. Will you come tothat everyono In Iho family 13 glad to see will delight you. ' he Hissed.-- ' "I want some one to help my mummy morrow at two, and let me know how comeHo thetanle. Children love it. GrownOffice, Front Rockbs Jeln- r" ups prefer It. so bad," came to him from among the she is? Or shall I come down?" "I wear, by the llvin' Jqfcijs." T.m ,t curls. "I'll bike to you," answered Tonni- - rep. a ted fearfully, r' Requirement Every NUCOA. "T swear to my mriifamy neVer'fn deep .syinlbel. "If you're sure now you won't UP STAIRS. (S Then he shook himself, NUCOA is unexcelled for cooklns or baking 3C5 days- in the year. Keeps patliy striking at him 'lotlnn- mean agawr: urian ueget lost, ill run nacK to mummy. Its .rich, "Dutter-lUflavor down to the last pat in both winter and sum' '" mer. NOT: If your grocer hasn't NUCOA send us his name and we'll daddy." vejit n Mis. Deon , .. TirSfen to me, my dear; jou've done send you a pound FREE. In' the get hdriite perfectly safe, Tony repeated this too, "almo- -t "I shall Biy hrother the greatest favor COLUMBIA. KY frisbTeriea Into Iits ''fihe h'al noe--world by bringing baek.tfns picture." child,"- - came in quick interruption, hpf'riiotlieiNjooIt'and act tit m Thank you 'for lie stooped and picked it up. "Lie and "Good-nigh- t INCORPORATED , terIouly. lotfed it dearly; no 'money could have bringing me the picture and allowing LOUISVILLE, KY. 133 E. Jefferson St. mo to come to your nioUifr." i boflghfi It,"Now say this, kecpin' in your tnirn) you'll be blasted toiell If ou ire:i' eyes, filled with tears, urn u:b naattn Bans , CHAPTER, yourword, T won't never roll that tn gaz?l up at him,, and the rVd lips I''" trembled. fa tli w .bent m poor muipmy, or that 1 ) "Tony" Swearsan Oath. O .he's a thief and a Mar " A thiok & a&y&Q eoo'' "I don't want money.'' khe faltered. e&oce Vcterisary Surgton and Dent i z When T,onnibel bemt over tlo bunlr, ? 1 "But nojr poor little jnummy's sick. So "she" Haw her motlier's eyf'S were open. tearless sob burst from Hlie w'oftinfi''-lipi and brought an ejaculation Special attention iven D.sease ,1 said to myself if the picture was t She smiled sadly down 'upon her, sat the girl. word) cash, then mebbe I could get on a stool and took one of the womDomestf? Animals I JLL-4f- S J fl JL V O JL. "I swear to It all, honey mummy." somofhonicliie. as a chnnjro oft"." an's thin hands in hers. Office g Rs ;. 1 tailed cown, cd she cried. ''You believe me. Edle. "We'll go to her instantly' said "Where's your daddy?" murmured darlin", don't you?" . "Wait .until I get my Mvs. Devon. town 'cad j Pendlehaven. "Yes, I believe you," replied Edith hat and coat, and I'll tell my brother "He's gone, mummy dear," breathed dully. ."Crawl into bed. and go to ',;y6u brought this to him." Tony. " guess he thought some one sleep, baby dear." Seeorul FIoor,"Jcffries Building. Columbia, Kv. In a few iifuuitub ho was back, find- was after him. You're feelin' a lot Shiverlngly Tony Devon got back ing her btanding where he had left her. better, .huh, honey?,", under the blanket. Without a word they walked ouf in"Yep, but I'm thirsty, awful thirsty, Then for more than r.n hour there "' fey the night. ' " baby dear." was silence on the canal boat, .silence O OOO 4 As Uiey passed tile Salvation army Tonnibel gave her a drink, and retliat was broken only by the night quarters the girl turned.her head and seated herself. r, . , noises outside.' looked at it. But .she made no remark, "You're goin' to j?et well' she Then, extremely weak, the woman and so rapid did she walk that Pendle-- '' ejaculated. "I brought a awful nice prepared herself to go out. It took H 3$ '"haven found himself taking long doctor here when you were so sick. her a long time to write a note she , ,k strides to keep up with her. He's just gone, and he left you them had to leave for Tony, and when that DEALER IN ; To say he was surprised when 'they pills and that medicine in the glass." th was finished she divided the money COLUMBIA KENTUCKY. turned from the boulevard road to a The woman sfared at the speaker the doctor had. left and stole softly. ' " ' patli'leading to the west shore of the as if she hadn't heard rightly. from the boat. Offers strong courses in Grades. High School, Normal, Piano and ! lake would be putting it lightly. But "A. doctor?" she whined. "Whnt TO BE CONTINUED. 2, 3h AND 5 TON, he didn't ask where they were going; doctor?" Voice. Athletics under a trained athlete. Wholesome environment, Stud somehow it made no difference to him. "Doctor Pendlehaven," replied TonFor Low Cost per Ton, JVlileS His strong, warm hand held the small nibel. "He's a real nice man John lJB4JJ.:llii.1 ent body of high moral character. 'g browrn one, and something in the touch Pendlehaven." ' Rates $18G.OO a year. Catalogue upon request. SEE at the girl's fingers'- - made him thrill Edith struggled ,up on her elbow. with pleasure. Uefound himself vow- Css .'Whatd you bring him here for?" i R. V, Bennett, B. A. Principal. it- T ,,ynS., that .anything this strange child she cried. "I hate the Pendlehavens. should ask of him, he'd do, no matter Urrah hates 'em " . DEHSTTIST ' Casey Creek, Ky. what It might be. "I know that, mummy," Tony cut They passed over a culvert through her off with, "but rou was toosick to which j water, In tumbling roars, took tell me what to do, and daddy wasn't its way down the hill. Just on the hbre, fco I just went and got the docv g &m. permanently located in Here are the oldest dwelling houses the memory of several natives of . Wiihorth sfile the girl stopped. tor myself. . . . Here ! You mustn't Columbia. in Columbia: Tom Waggener's home, " " 'iHerc wc ara-t- o the ragged rocks," Pit up." ' f. . , Mrs. Zora Winfrey's, the brick owned All Classes of Dental Work Done. will! Shaid. HI 4 A meU.he Congressman Ben Johnson, who j " "mummy is."There's the boat where.my Mtfl from J will! Now.,tell end. ' , See tliat little light? Stand said on Greensburg by F. H. Durham the beginning to J aM7fHere"a minute till" come Gowning and Inlay Work a I back and get - In.silencfe'iTonnlbol .helped lifer tfiotii- street, the home of Jas. T. Page, has not been a well man for LjvX.o a sitting position and wrapped Specially. i vm-where Miss O. M. Keed resides, J. M. some months, has entered St. vi thou I queitiooif Hunt". wd Jjf"' " y had g&ddeiily occurred to Tonni- - uie uuuikuui arounu iier. xnen sue " r Rincwoim. ttcU v f& Hussell'a home, the residence of S. C. Mary's and Elizabeth Hospital Tetter.brcotne beWKbat' perlias her"ather might began to tell her what had happened. ? A. AH.Workl Guaranteed... w , Oon't y dlnuf ajr.t Bveatyentured hpm jtliensliq .The only thiqg she omitted speaking for treatment, and will probably cnf oth-- r trr.'tcK' ' J, . f f 'fteat. The Eubank property, where V 'V Gfflce: next'dbbrtSpostflffic. . inust prepare him for the.doctor s com- - of was fhe'babyiT picture. W. T. Price lives, Miss Ellen Burton's have to submit to an operation. 1&&rmt& tS&'onlJ?lrdocrtbr I knew K or on If ::.i 'J Tt home, the old hotel building, the lit- He is a popular statesman and 1 tJT;AV Pner ? at niv She went immediately to her mother about," she offered finally, flushing, and looked down upon her. The "and he's the beautifulest man I ever tle brick in the East corner of the his friends are anxious concernswollen lids were still closed and the saw. Mebbe he'll come down tomorSold by Paull Drug Company. square, where G. H. Nell lives, and ing his condition. wan white face brought a rush of row to see ycu." In the State campaign the the Wilson property on the hill. All Edith dropped? back on the bed, shivtears to the girl's eyes. Republicans spent $51,000 so the other residences and business A son of Geo. Cole, Toria, is very GIVE US .THAT NEXT JOB 'Tve brung some one to help you, ering In desperation. darli'i'' she whispered, but the, worn-- i "(Jet your clothes off, baby," she their report says. bouses in the town were erected in low with pneumonia. OUR WORK !S:UP-TO-DIn beside me. ii made no move, if by chance she whispered. "Crawl' You're atf wet." hejurd, g Hardware at Reasonable prices. and Tinware, Wagon, Paints Full Line Farm Implements - Pen1-dlehave- " - We Also Handle Auto Supplies 5 -- i ..-- - p - We invite you to call and see us when in the market for anything in our line .,. - -- DAVIS HARDWARE CO. At the Jeffries - , Stand mean-if-ybu'tob- -- '" Phone 171 Columbia Kentucky. i.iiA? i n' but-vn-- i Cut Your Butter Bills ;:" , NTJ-COe ' d KrK! A Dr. J. N Murrell -- - Meets Butter ny - ce But" vnn-m- y n -- se -- - -- V-J- s $o M fr-m- W. B T A TPTT.OTvT. 'i GENERAL -- $$$ - L. H. Jones of INSURANCE , .- International MadeoiVeasure Clothes. -- -' 0X4r A. F. SCOTT -- LINDSEY WILSON TRAINING SCHOOL - GARFORD TRUCKS h i l- HENRY W. DEPP, - A. P. SCOTT, '' i - . .- r& f &t&$X&&L aw . --- ' if , ?'f 6- - f "ff V'--- 'tcTJ'ff 'jr ;!. '!? - ' A1 c ADIR COUNTY NEWS A W Tarter Jailer Services etc. Well Pump, S F Eubank, Following is a list of claims allowed casing etc at its regular October term 1020: CC Yates Drilling well on A C Froedge .Pauper claim $ 4 50 Public square . B E Pickett Delivering pa'u? iSiFEubankFertiHzerfor 5V00 per to Poor farm County farm 3 63 Solomon McKinley FertiliSam Lewis Lime L B Hurt Making 13 new zer for County farm G5 00 The Electric Paint & Varballot boxes Columbia Tel., Co. Phone nish Co, Paint for Court 11 08 service house roof 35 99 W S Hindman Justice Peace Adair Co. , Sews Printing T C Davidson Voting houses F H Bryant same 3 00 L Akin same for Aug. Primary 3 00 H A Walker aame Clell Tarter same 3 00 W E Leach same J R Tutt Jr. same 3 00 S C Neat same same Cool Spring school house 3 00 Huston Price work on ColumStrong Hill same 3 00 J M Shive same bia and Edmonton road 3 00 Frank Winfrey same Young same John 300 Allen McCaffrey same H K Taylor same 3 00 Johnson Price same Mark Wilson same 3 00 Ray Claycomb same S S Shepherd same 3 00 Clyde Patteson same K T Jones same 3 03 Elrod & Co. for stakes on Jake Bault same 3 00 Cooley same RA road 3 00 W E Noe for gasoline Junius Hancock same -- 3 COURT OF CLAIMS. 76 00 26 08 44 38 ,.ir . ,i 4 "00 18 34 ! X big I am mWTBrnmi no: veMy 94 50 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 with clothing, supplies daily. v iTY rv JSw gm m Jgaen iial m hae suppM youn aiii immense '. i V lj 3 00 27 00 39 00 33 00 21 00 16 50 24 00 15 18 18 00 16 50 16 50 6 00 sjfockandi receiving new l I can interest you in prices. If you need any thing m this line, call at once. ';; i. ;? J II Hutchison & Patteson sup27 47 27 14 Tarter Bro. Taxi hire plies furnished Co. Buel Stone Hauling lumber for mill Nell & Cheatham supplies for county Columbia Republican printing Nat Walker work on road -- ' Standrad Printing Co. print- ing Bradley Gilbert Co., printing Cortez Sanders Election Com. J L Walker Election Com. W T Price Election Com. J N Coffey Redisricting Voting Precincts L B Hurt same J B Coffey same James Spears work BargerBros., Supplies furnished county J W Burton Supplies furnishing Jail The Davis Hdwe. Co., supplies furnishing Jail S C Neat Clerks Fees Geo Akin Repair work on A W. Paxton work on road Olie Paxton same W. G. Johnson same 14 50 R T. Bennett Lumber Hayden England work 168 30 S. C. Neat County Clerk preparing & delivering 14 12 ballots 1919 150 38 SHOES! SHOES!!- I 3 00 33 68 10 00 My stock of fine shoes for men and boys was selected with care. bought them : right,! and they are. being sold 1 at the shortest .profit. caiTalso accommodate ladies and young !girls with the latest styles in shoes. tammmmhmmkmmmammmm -- 45 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 J W. S. Hindman J. P. 4 00 H. A. Walker same 4 00 4 00 20 00 20 00 20 00 10 25 12 33 8 33 L. Akin same W. G. Shepherd same W. E. Leach same F. H. Bryant same S. C. Neat Clerk W. S. Sinclair County Judge salary in June W. A. Coffey County Attorney salary in June Noah Loy County Supt. salary in June A. W. Tarter services . as ( ; I -- f i : t i ' 4 00 4 00 4 00 91 66 83 34 1 BUCtOIfc AND WCm$, - m Rid 100 00 have a large supply of the very best makes and I am selling them at living prices. ing and walking plows; all kinds at LIBERAL: 5flSC()lJNT for CASH. 11 42 137 69 trucks Bert Epperson 127 51 6 Jailer etc , W. E Noe freight W. G. Shepherd J. P. W. E. Leach same W. S. Hindman same It matters not what, you need.pn. the. farm, I can please you in the article and price. i t , month sal37 50 ary Co. Treas. Dr. S. P. Miller Health officer W I Ingram Books furnished L Akin same . - School children Germo Mfg. Co., disinfectant for Jail Cortez Sanders Fees Nat Walker Logging on Co., Farm Mrs. Sallie Hindman Auto Hire Phelps Bros. 20 head of Cat- tle A W Tarter Dieting prison-er- a etc Russell & Co. Electric Light bulbs E S Rice Coffin for pauper C C Roe Caring for paupers from April 1920 to Oct. 1920 16 00 L Akin Justice Peace 16 00 W S Hindman same 16 00 W E Leach same 16 00 W G Shepherd same 16 00 same F H Bryant 16 00 G L Wolford same 16 00 H A Walker same 16 00 S C Neat same of claims alThe following is a list lowed by the Adair Fiscal Court from May 1st 1920 to Oct. 1st. 1920. at Special terms: W. S Sinclair County Judge Salary in April 91 66 100 00 Noah Loy Co., Supt same W A Coffey Co., Atty same 83 33 A W Tarter for Jailer services, fuel etc. o 00 Joe A. Young & Ed Willis Painting ceiling in Court room A W Tarter money paid out for cleaning up court room &c W E Leach Justice peace W G Shepherd same 37 50 F. H. Bryant same 242 20 H A. Walker same S C Neat Clerk 126 81 W G. Shepherd J. P. W. E. Leach same 20 00 L. Akin same 108 75 W. S. Hindman same F. H. Bryant same 70 00 H. A. Walker same S. C. Neat Clerk 5 00 Central Petroleum Co., Oil & Paint for Court room 854 00 W. S. Sinclair County Judge salary in July 162 45 W. A. Coffey County Attorney salary for July 7 35 Noah Loy County. Supt. 6 00 salary for July A W. Tarter services as Jailer etc. 1272 50 H P. Walker election officer it v? . f i! t fir ri 1? ; WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBORO, 36 55 91 66 B' !ttl. - - KENTUCKY. a 100 00 L. A. Neat same L. C. Cabbell same 83 33 S. S. Shepherd same D. O. Pelley same 2 96 2 00 2 96 . Tarter Jailer, fuel, etc State of Kentucky SCT A. W. 75.00 2 00 3 40 2 00 3 40 3 20 2 00 3 20 2 56 2 00 2 00 2 56 2 00 2 96 2 00 2 96 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 County of Adair 'o 00 2 00 2 00 Elbert Sanders same W. H. Rich same D.S.Ellis same P. H. Dunbar same A. C. Wheeler same 48 75 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 100 00 83 33 91 66 L Akin same H A Walker same W S Hindman same F H Bryant same S C Neat Clerk Noah Loy county Supt., Salary In May W A Coffey County Atty salary in May Wfc Sinclair County, Judge salary in May Charlie Scott same W R Squires same Tilden Wilcoxsin same S. F. Royse U. G. Collins same W E. Holladay same W. P. Burton same G A. Atkins same T. K. Baard same V. G. Compton same J. B. Leftwich same C L Skaggs same G. Hi Parnell same J. W Vire same E. W. Parnell same W. S. Baker same Evan Akin same A. W. Clark same W. L Grady same J. E Pulliam same Walter Harvey same Lenis Reece same T H. Coomersame J,. C Spoon same C. C. Lewis same J L. Darnell same J. W Burbridge same Lawrence Wilkinson same T. E. Nelson same I J. D. Holladay same G. A'. Helm same H. V. Hurt same C. D. Gilpin same M. O Wilson same Edgar Royse same , , Bud Grant same -'- 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 00 2 80 3 12 2 00 '2 00 2 CO 2 64 2 00 2 00 2 64 2 96 2 00 2 00 2 96 2 64 2 00 2 00 2 64 2 64 2 00 2 64 2 00 2 64 2 00 2 64 2 00 R. M. Quinn same W. A. Martin same J. W Wilson same J. B. Grant same W. P. Dillingham same J P. Todd same J. T. Watson same J. L. Watson same W. M. 'Kelley same Junius Hancock same L. C. Morgan same Henry Hancock same A G. Todd same Dr. C. M. Russell services physician O. P. Miller same M; C Winfrey Clerk S. C. Neat services Clerk Dr. C. M. Russell services Dr. R. Y. Hindman same Winfrey services M. C. Clerk W. S. Sinclair County Judge salary W. A. Coffey County Attor- ney salary Noah Loy County Superin- dent salary Neat, Clerk of the Adair County Court certify that the above is a true and correct copy of the Claims allowed, and to whom atj Its regular term October 1920, and also at its special terms from May 1st, C. I, S. Made with extreme care for many years by HASflYTLLC up to Oct.. 1st,, 1920, as willbe found of record in the Adair Comity Fiscal Court order Book. Given iun- u der my hand as Cierk of the A dair County Court, this Dec. 1st., 1920 IT S. C. JN eat, U. A. c c. 1920, if Mineral Wells, Texas. Adair County News I 3 00 3 00 131 92 6 00 6 00 " 3 00 91 66 , 83 33 100 00 75 00 Columbia, Ky., Dear Sirs:' l nave oeen tamng jour pap long time and want to continue) to take it as long as I live. I haven't been getting fie paper lately. Suppose it is on account of my not sending in my renewals and paying for the past years and I can't blame you.' ; It has been just carelessness on, ,my part I'm sending a check for 85,' oO. If that doesn't pay for the past iyear anrl enough for one year from now J let me know. Very Respt., J. G, Noel. qCishD Fx tr'. !, jR J.'IOM MADE (10) It A. W. 2 00 W. S Tarter Jailer, Fuel, ' etc., Sinclair County Judge salary W. A. Coffey County Attorney salary Noah Loy County Superin- .tendent salary 91 66 83 33 100 0.0 beries that are nightly perpetrated in Louisville. At the rate crime is progressing in that? city long until itwill it will not-bbe dangerous to be safe in it. Not many years ago Louiiville was the pride of the State, peace and safety prevailing. e is fearful to read of the rob- X Columbia Barber Shop A - Kl Qiye us,. a Trial )K Sanitary .Shop, wherl both Satisfactionland -Gratification are Guaranteed. andlbe-Convinced. t j -o . - '- - r'lU' iMfriiHihfcUN.a Mgcj.jw imouriir v j: ; H-'- ti utr "1 i:i'i i n TttB-ADAIB CODTI tfttW8 t t lavTi ?R--- r TOBACCO CROWE iwrKmr-r. -- TS -- ? The warehouse management is as anxious to open the sales floors as the growers are to market their crops. The reason why the house is not open and selling tobacco now, is s ' cause of our inability to secure buyers. The Trust Buyers will not come on the Kentucky markets, either hoghead or loose leaf, N 1 .'3&f - before the ;first of the year. ' . -- . -- 1-1-: If you '" ' J . ship your tobacco and sell before the: first of the year you will face this condition and quite likely you would be greatly disappointed with the price yon would receive. & ka! iV SifflV J ' 1 "ft v p uesday ' ma & rc; We will receive Tobacco Decen!ifiet&30, and First Sale will be held on ,. . r fti.f 41s Fanuwy '?v' -- 4fh, I 3f2 i V , that may come here. We feel that with our Greatly Enlarged We are making all Necessary Arrangements to take care of Buildings, so much AdditionalFloor Space, that we can handle all the Tobacco that may be brought here without serious difficulty. We are assured of a full corps of Buyers, with prospects of a much larger number than ever before. the-tbbacco ;' , i. The Earmres : Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORPORATED. : I I Campbellsville, Ky v . Adair have at once been stopped. The banks could well afford to employ a ftt Golam6ia, KeiUacky- watchman, say from 10 o'clock , Ecxaa at night to 4 in the morning. J E.MRRBLt-- - Men Banks that are known to have a MRS. DAISY HAMLETT. guard are not molested. would Pnl)lishedjtn Wednesdays. -- Coarvty Ne,itbeen adopted .country banks the robbin of There is but little going on in Congress, and the business as second throughout the country is makEntered at the Columba" ing but little dust. This counmail matter. try will not begin to again see WEM. DEC, 22.1920. prosperous times until the League of Nations is adopted. Subscription Price". 1st Iandl2nd Tostal Zone The countries across the waters .50 per yer. are waiting for United States to AH Zones beyond 2ndE$2.00 pcrfyear Subscription duo and Payable'in Advance A act, and when she does our trading with foreign countries will We confess that we are not open up, and there will be a defamiliar enough with the differ- mand for everything tve manuences between Great Britian and facture. At this time there is Ireland to discuss the question, no demand for-- lumber, as the but we do know that the con- United States can not sell anytentions should be settled. No thing abroad. A few men in little country has suffered more the Senate blocked'the adoption than Ireland. To us it seems of the League to spite the Preslike the English bondholders ident of the United States, not have had down trodden Ireland caring a cuss what became of under their thumbs long enough. this country. Does any fair minded man believe that Wood- The general slump in business row Wilson would agree to a throughout the country is makdocument that he thought would ing itself felt on railroads where be injurious to hiB own country? there,has been an unusual reNay, verily. He is in love .with duction in train crews due to his country; wants to see prostaking off freight trains. One perity reign throughout its. domen hundred and sixty-seve- n main, and at the same time he have been laid off at the L. & wants an obligation signed that N. shops, Louisville. There is will forever do away with anoth-- 1 not only a slump iD hauling er world war. freight, but all other classes of business is on the drag. One firm in Louisville has re duced the price of Western KenRobbing banks in Kentucky is tucky coal from $10.50 per ton to getting so common that when an $8.80. announcement is made in the The International Board will papers, people do riot take time help to sustain the cool strike in to read it. Some months ago Mungo county, W. Va., and at we offered a suggestion that had Birmingham. Post-oflic- Democratic ntwipaperdeYoted to the Intereit the City of Columbia nd th popI of Adair cd adjotntns countlti. e fcftrf- -1 THE UNI VERS AL CA& FORD ANNOUNCEMENT. In considering the extent to which they can further the growth of Ford dealers generally, the building up of their individual organization, and the extent to their activities. The Ford Motor Co., have permitted us to operate in unrestricted territory. But knowing that we can not give the proper after service to our friends and customer who live beyond our territory, we have decided to confine our activities to Taylor and Adair counties. By increasing our organization and strengthening it, it places us in. a better position to look after our old and new customers in after service, and places us also in a position to offer time sales to all who have not felt, during the past, that they were able to pay for a new Ford Car or Tractor at the time of its purchase. We are now prepared to offer the buyer our time sale proposition. Insurance on the car and the interest are the only additions the buyer is required to pay. Touring Car (without Starter) f.o.b. Columbia Insurance and Interest One-thi- rd $509-.8-9 28.90 538.79 t 179.59 '.', Cash Payment Balance due in monthly installments 359.20 29.93 lA Amount due per month Note our price is delivered at Columbia. . We are tyere seven days in the week for after service on all cars we sell. You can now place your order and pay for your car on the monthly installment "plan.and it will not be necessary to deprive yourself of the full price all at one "time. Call on us or advise us and we will have our salesman call and thoroughly explain our offer. All type of cars, and also the Fordson Tractor will be sold on easy monthly terms. Let us have your order now for immediate delivery or Spring delivery. Our allotment of cars is limited. In the ten years that we have been Ford dealers, we have never yet secured enough cars for the demand. Do not be caught. Place ' your order now. The S Buchanan-Lyo- n INCORPORATED Co., & Coltmbia, and. Campbellsville, Kentucky, - - (. ' 1 .JE- - JV ADAIR COUNTY NEWS M" "' 5 MM . M)itfltf)tfW!)S!)tfll jrk !Wl)ilMitflM m JHHt nflflV ljfif t2y3 " Bfrt V W E are Reducing: our Prices as they Decline in the Wholesale Mar kets. V It .V & p (erry Christmas FOR, j IP fTSBC FJ Youn Is m m m $2 and Old fOiviiM Our Stocks' of Winter Goods are as Complete as Existing Conditions Justify. ' ' v&3 Here is the Gift For Sweetheart, Sister, Friend or Wife. French White Ivory, Diamond Rings, Bracelet Watches, Silverware, Cut Glass, Toilet and Manicure Sets, Pearl Necklaces', Yanity Cases, Diamond Lavaliers, Fancy and Plain Hand Bags, Brooch Pins, Kodaks and r Many Other Useful Presents. You Can Find Just What .You Want 'r ' y For Man or Boy. V ,& Mono-gramm-- 2 S ) TZ Tcao.ciT T 7Z CC . il MS IMMiMlMM a; MSSyS3EI!iE iliS 44444444444444 444444444444 4 ifiH il M ll - fORE 5 OF QUALITY or "s 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 & t 4 4 4 4 4 sr r DES? Wi. V Men and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Caps etc., Ladies Dress Goods and No I ,jtions, shoes and Slippers for ,' 4m i35Cij ''&wS A'Nice Shaving Set, Waldemar Vest Chain Sets, Silver Belt Buckles, Safety Razors, Cigarette Cases, or Plain-Cuf- f Links, Tie Pins. Gold and Silver Watchesj Soft Collar Pins, Fancy Box Stationery' and Fountain Pens. ed gSj fftyl&i iJ&U Everyone. Brmt Christmas Into Your Home With any of these Fancy Mantel Clocks, Holy Bibles, Serving Trays, and the Final Word in Gift Giving is a Prima Donna Phonograph. tWM KPgE3 rfft'ir.1 CARPETS, RUGS and FURNITURE Progress Range Stoves Judge Rollln Hurt, who will become Chief Justice of the Court of Columbia a few days since. Mr. S. A. Noe, Lebanon, made his Appeals the first ofj January, reached .regular trip to Columbia last Thurs- - J home for the holidays last Friday night. day. Misses Alleene Montgomery and Mr, F E. Coe, Burkesville, was here Adair CoKnty New Office. Next Door Phone 12 Frances Reed, who are in the School a few days since, for Women, Danville, are at home for j :Mr Chas. Webb and Mr. Sam An- -' te, Lebanon, were in Columbia a few the holidays Miss Sallie McG'ee, Burkesville, who is in the same school Tlays ago. accompanied them to this place, and Mr. C. C. Bates,1 of Jamestown, a left for her home Saturday commercial man, was here Thursday, Mr. T. O. Patteson, who has been ;en route to his home. employed at Detroit, Mich., for some Foster Pickett, who was quite sick time, reached Columbia last Friday last week, will soon be well. night He came direct from Horse agent of Louisville, visited Columbia' Mr. L. M Young left for Burkes critical condition. Cave here, where he left his wife, to Prof. Edgar Royse, of Boston, is at a few days ago, to make a dealyith-th- ville return spend a last Friday. He few weeks with her parents, Adair County News. home two weeks. on Saturday in company with his Mr. Patteson wilJ return to Detroit Mr. C. M. Barnett, wife and childMr. John Dunbar, who is in school Mr. J. C. Cook, Boston, Mass ,' was brother, Mr. R. K. Young- - of West the first of the coming year. ren. St. Louis, arrived here Monday at Bereir, is at home until the first of at the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. Point, Miss . who visited his parents Mr. T. J. Johnston, of Wouneta, and will remain during Christmas the year. Mr. O. C. Pace, Lebanon, was here a in Cumberland county. ,The former Neb., is at the bedside of his father, Emma. Nail, a trained nurse of Miss festivities. foimerly resided in Columbia, and he few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Myers, Canton, Louisville, who was with Mrs. Nannie many friends during his stay T. J. Johnston, Sr., Cane Valley. Messrs. Leslie Graves and R. C. met Theformers's wife accompanied him two weeks, returned to her Ohio, are at the home of Mrs. Myers' Flowers Borders spent a few days in Columbia here. to this county. home last Thursday, Mrs. Flowers parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Phelps. Mr. D. G. Grider, of Jamestown, week. last Miss Julia Miller, who teachers at Mr. Herman Barnett arrived from being greatly improved. Thursday, to meet his Mr. Freeman Bennett, Hamilton, was here last Hazard, is at home for the holidays. Mr. E L. Sinclair, editor of the Chicaga last Saturday. His wife and son, Paul, who is in school at Berea, Columbia Eepublican, made a business Texas, was at the Jeffries Hotel last and who will spend the holidays at preceeded him. Mr. W. R. Todd, of Coshocton, little daughter had Wednesday. Ohio, reached home a few days ago. home. Mr. L. B. Hurt, who is engaged at trip to Louisville last week. Mr. S. D. Jarvis, Newklrk, Okla., Miss Mollie Caldwell returned from Miss Thomasine Garnett, who Monticello, is at home for the holiMr. T. Earle Williams, Burkesville, was here a few days since. a visit to Greeasburg last week. days. , made a business trip to Columbia the teaches at Boston, arrived last Friday Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon, Lebanon, was and will remain until afer the holiMr. R. Y. McEiroy, of Lebanon, in- Louislatter part of last week. Miss Amelia Damron was in here a few days ago, taking orders days. Miss Allye Garnett, who teach(come tax maD, was here last week. ville a day or two of lastSveek. . Mr. J. W. Saltsman New Hope, Mr. Dan Curry, Harrodsburg, was a es in the northern part of the State, ' Mr. Robt. Smith, wife and daughW. Todd, Cloud Chief.Okla , Mrs. B. was here a few days since. caller to this town a few days since. and Miss Bonnie Judd, . at Falwho visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs.-- ter, of Font Hill, were here a few Mr. W. J. Kolth, Nashville, was at mouth, are expected irAhe next day Mr. H. A. Moss, Louisville, was W. F. Cartwright, left for her home days ago. or two. the Jeflries Hotel last Friday. days ago. Mr. J. R. Doak, Parkersburor,w. V., here a few Monday morning. Mr. Geo. T. Flowers sheriff of Wayne Mr. J. F. and Frank Ross, . Creels Mr. M. D. Phelps, Russell Springs, was in Columbia recently. Mrs. C. W. Young, whos a daughcounty, and his brother, Garfield, of ter of Mr. H. B. Garneis in a very Mr. M. B. Lowman, an advertising boro, had business here a few days made a business trip to this place last Albm Murray to-The 4 Hi 4 4 111 4A 4i 4 4 4 4 - S'JSk ffii ZZi. SBSH lA MM L. E. YOUNG. JsS FJ "jgB WM 1111 MRago. HH Friday. wfe fct WMftBJi t" y&hJkt ss S3 WM ma Judge Hicks, Munfordville, was in $ Columbia, Ke ntucRy. 4 Wichita, Texas, are here, mee ing their many friends. Mr. Ray Montgomery, of the Louis ville bar, is here until the first of the year. ? 4 4 a $ 4 4 Married. Last Suturday afternoon Mr John Alvin Bridge water and Miss Ftnnie Cave both of Cane Valley, drovn to the home of Eld. F.J. Bargef.thls-city- , who united them in marnage. is a splendid young couple, and imIt mediately after the ceremony tji. returned to the home of the groom. Cull Lumber S2.00 44444444444444 444444444444 PERSONAL 4 4 e for Sale. Co- per hundred, at my mill it lumbia. Elsey Young- - Irregularity In tne- - bowel move- ments makes you feel uncomfortable, and leads to a constipated habit which is bad. Herbine is the remedy you noed. It restores healthy regularity. Price, COc. Sold by Paull Drojf Co. Everyday is a "special sale" day as our store, we are taking odr medi- cine" every day. Russell & Co, Singing at White Oak next Sunday afternoon, beginning about 2 o'clock. We reduce prices every week.to correspond with reductions in wholesale markets. Russell & Co. r- Subscribe for The Newsj. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ' m "fWMiWwl? V W T . JHfaffSAJ SfcheliWeatherford ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. OF KENTUCKY. Deft ) By virture of a judgment aud Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, at the November Term, thereof 1920, in the above cause.I shall procede to otfer for sale at the Court-hous- e d or in Columbia, Ky., to the higher tndder, at Public Auction, on Mon dv,the3rd day of January, 1921,at One o'cock, p. m., or thereabout (beinp of six C. umty Court), upon a credit m mths, the following described propA certain tract of land erty ying in Adiar County Kentucky, and containing 21 acres, designated on Commissioners report herein as Lot osephlneBrbckman, ren-dere- JE8BR'"'ys "c;'(! &c.ttg ) d and on the west by the lands of Arthur Walker and II. G. Chilson. On ly enough of said land will be sold to pay said debt Interest and cost, and will be sold off the part of the land as 1 '&?' g J.JLJ'ike, Admr., of R.T. . , to-wi- t: Tin 2, and bounded as follows: On t,na North by the lands of Os Dillingham and M. C. Bault, on the East and South by the dower of Josephine Brockman in the Abner Brockman farm and on the West by the Casey rreek road and Os Dillingham's lot. For he purchase price, the purchaser, wii approved surety or securities Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to c.mply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner must-execute dlrectedby theiDefeudants. Forr. the 'purchase fprlce, the purchaser,' with VS i ' Eiler Pike &c Deft. approved surety or securities, must By virture of a Judgment and Or- execute Bond, bearing legal interest der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, from the day of sale until paid and rendered at the November Term, having the force and effect of a Judgthereof, 1920, in the above cause, for ment. Bidders will be prepared to the sum of $414.78, I shall proceed to comply promptly with these terms. offer for sale at the Court house door W A. Coffey Master Commissioner. in Columbia, Ky.. to the highest bidA. C. C. der at Public Auction, on Monday, the 3rd day of January, 1921, at one Butte City, Cal. o'clock p. m.. or thereabout (being County Court), upon a credit of six Nov. 24th, '20. months, the following described prop,A certain tract of land Dr. S. P. Miller, erty, Columbia, Ky., lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on Sulphur Creek, near Ella post office, Dear Friend Doc. and bounded on the North by the With best wishes to you and lands of Lon Hitch, on the East by family, I thought I would write the lands of Quint Corbin and Bill Harrison Pike, on the South by the ybu a few lines just for old times lands of L. W. Caffee, Charley Bryant, sake 'if nothing else, as Mary John Goodin and J. T. Page, and on and I were talking about you tothe West by the Neatsville and Row-en- a day. This leaves myself and road, containing 70 acres more or family all well and O. K. in ev less, and being a part of the lands V . . j , : Pifmir'r i w litherto the farmer has woven the power of his own muscles with ir to-wi- t: A. C. C. COMMISSIONER' SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. ) M A. Curry &c Pltff. Joseph A. Turner &c Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- pd at the November Term, thereof, 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Kentucky, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 3rd day of January, 1921, at One o'clock, p m., or thereabout (being County Court,( upon a credit of six months, the following det: A certain scribed property, tract of land lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Harrods Fork Creek, and containing about 110 acres more or 'ess, and bounded on the :orth by the lands of John Claywell, on the East by the lands of S. A. Coomer, on the South by the lands of Cuit Stephens, Sallie Gibbons and Dollie Humes, on the West by the lands of G. H. Lacy and S. A Coomer. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal intrest from the day of sale until paid, and haviig the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. V. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- V8 Y conveyed by M. I. Ellis and wife to decedent R T. Pike and L W. Caffee. Dec. 27. 1907, in Deed Book No 23, 444 Or sufficient thereof to pro duce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchasar, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale un til paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with r.hPRP. terms. t . W. A. Coney, waster commissioner. A. C. C. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Edna Eilis &c Pltff ) W. H. Lemmon &c Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendervs ery respect and trusting it to find you and family the same. Well, Doctor, I haven't any news that would interest you, without it would he of the conditions we have in California, and as to the things that would interest you most, first, is the climate. We have just had 10 inches of rain. The best fall rain in 40 years, but it caught the Rice Farmers this time in good shape. The weather here A. C C. now is about like early SeptemCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. ber back in Kentucky, and I know Doc you would be interestADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ed to know1' something about OF KENTUCKY. hunting here. The Sacramento Priscilla W. Dohoney &c, Pltff ) Valley is the hunters Eden of vs ) Rena Shreve &c Deft the world. The ducks and geese By virture of a Judgment and Order flying over head sounds like a of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the November Term, thereof wind storm coming up at times. 1920, in the above cause, I shall pro- During the months of September ceed to offer for sale at the Court and October, the rice growers house door in Columbia, Kentucky, to had to have airplanes to herd the highest bidder, at PublicAuction, them off the rice fields and on Monday the 3rd day of January, then they couldn't keep them 1921, at One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a off. The season for ducks don't credit of six months, the following open here until October 15th, but A certain people have a right to protect described DroDerty tract of land lying about 2 miles East their crops. I have seen as of the Town of Columbia,Ky.,in Adair many as 8 planes chasing ducks County on the waters of Slate Creek, at one time, and we don't have and adjoins the lands of George James and Oliver Pelle and the any close season for geese here. widow Sam Collins and others and It is nothing unuBual for me to Rontains 237 acres less 1 rod and 29 kill from 75 to 100 ducks at six poles which was sold off of said tract. shots, with my old pump at one This land is known as the PriBcilla W. time. And other big game huntDohoney farm. For the purchase ing is good in mountains, two price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute hours ride from my place. I was Bond, bearing legal interest from the up in mountains 3 days in Sepday of sale until paid, and having the tember and killed two big bucks, force and effect of a Judgment. Bid one six point and one four. You ders will be prepared to comply can see the snowcapped mounpromptly with these termB. tains from my place the year W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. round. Don'c look over 20 miles A. C C. to-w- it: those of the ox, the mule, and the horse, in the development of agriculture. Practical machinery for farming has come to him slowly. Where the value of machinery in labor saving, in profit making, in comforts, in luxuries, has in rhe past been largely confined to the towns and the cities, it is now open to the farmer who is beyond all question the very bone and sinew of civilization. Civilization grows upon the land, therefore the land is Father and Mother and Sustainer to the human race, and those who till the soil, who plow, sow and reap are surely the essenaials in human existance. Therefoie the Machine Power on the Farm is of the utmost importance and .the Fordson Tractor comes to the farmer as the best, we believe, piece of machinery that has yet been devised for his use. We want you to read the book ''The Fordson at Work." It is free for the asking. Call in and get one. Drop us a . card and we will mail you one without charge. This bookfet is along the line of the usnal Ford way of giving the testimony of the users, those who have tried out and who know the real value of the Fordson Trac tor. This book shows the Fordson at work in some ninety different lines of activity and to the farmer it presents the most valuabl e evidence of an allround serviceable, economical, and money saving machine that has ever been placed upon the market. We can only get so many each month, so leave your order now labor-savin- g, " 7 The Buchanan - Lyon Co. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. INCORPORATED the tree and some almonds and English walnuts and some rice in its raw stage just from the straw. Doc return the box full of chestnut You might threw in a twist of old long green at my expense, and tell what kind of nuts or fruit you want for Xmas box. Doc, Mary said tell you she was sorry she didn't stay longer with you and visit. She didn't get her visit out. I told her how it would be when she went with Jess. I told her to stay until November anyway. Well, Doc it is my time to visit you next'and I hope it will be soon, and if there is any fish and gray squirrel when I come, we will get them. Wish you were here tomorrow to help me eat turkey and shoot ducks. Mary said tell Aunt Sue she was going to write soon. As ever yours truly, E. C. Ross. OUR NEW STORE! 619 South Fourth, Near Chestnut St is easily accessible, right in the shopping district of Louisville, and we would be glad to see our many friends and patrons of Adair county at our new quarters. The same integrity, painstaking service and rock bottom prices prevail here with greatly improved facilities, we can serve you better than never in your needjfor WALL PAPER, LINOLEUM RUGS, DRAPERIES CARPETS Red-mo- n, and & i.t liubbuch Bros. Wellendorff INCORPORATED For More Than 40 Years on Market Street Returns Thanks. Rev. Z. T. Williams Columbia, Ky. Dear Friend: Your kind letter of recent date with check for fifteen dollars, Union Thanksgiving Offering from the good people of Columbia, just received. You do not know how much encouragement your letjter gave me. It means a great deal to know that the citizens of Kentucky are standing behind this work and are willing to help make it a success. You will find enclosed an official re ceipt for ?15 00, the amount of the donation. Please extend our heartr felt thanks to the members of all the Churches, who had a part in this One of the BestStores of Louisville, Ky. BBflflflBBBBBBBBKBBflBBBBBflBBBB but is 7$. COMMISSIONER'S SALE - November Term, thereof, 1920, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Mondav the 3rd day of January, 1921, at One o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described proi erty, to wit: A certain tract of laud lying in Adair county, near the town of Pellyton, containing about 195 acres more or less, and bounded substantially, by the lauds of Jo Campbell and Jim Abhser, on the North and by the lands of Fry CoHey and Oscar Sinclair on the East, and by the lands of J. M., Rich and Walter Sinclair on the South and by the lands of Tom Asberry and Mary pelley on the West. For the purchase price, the7purchaser, with approved surety oi securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest tnm t.hn dav of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. A. C. C. ed at the Ken-tuck- y. We have the best climate in this valley of any place in the ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT world, as well as hunting, and OF KENTUCKY. the most fertile soil. You might ) Bank of Columbia Pltff vs think rice is the principal crop Clemmie Turner &c Deft ) by a long shot. It is By virture of a Judgment and Order here. Not of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- a new industry that has sprung dered at the Kovembar Term, thereof, up here in the last three years, 1920, in the above cause for the sum and grows on the poorest land in contribution. of S905 11 with the Interest at the the valley, All kinds of t?rain, With kindest regards and thanking rate of 6 per cent, per annum from vegetable, fruit and nuts grow you for the many favors you have day of November, 1920, until the 8th shown us, I remain paid, and $79 90 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tbe Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of January, 1921, at, One o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described A certain tract of property, land lying in Adair County, Kentucky, containing 146 acres more or less, and described as follows: Bound ed on the Nsrth by the lands of Tom Shearer, Nat and Ella Walker and R. R. Conover's heirs, on the East by uu -- u the lancis oi j. by the lands of Turner, on the south j. M. Trner and John Tyler Smith, to-wi- t: Colds 6c Headache Black-Draug- ht in our family, "For years we have used could take its and I have never found any medicine that place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville,Tenn. Mr. Stacy, who is a Rutherford County fanner, recommends Black-Draug- ht as a medicine that should be kept in every household for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to prevent them from developing into serious troubles. B B B THEDFORD'S here. BLACK -- DRAUGHT "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for Black-DraugIt has saved tis many dollars I don't see how any family can hardly go without it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht never without it." At all druggists. Doc, 1 am sending you a packGeo. Sehon, Supt. by Parcel Post. Well, may age Since the prohibition officers be I had better tell you what it been at work over the State,-- ) contains. As follows: A lemon have number of lawless men have' and a lemon blossom, I have pull- a killed and others have been ed off the same tree in the yard been wounded. The wages oi sin is this evening. It is nothing for death, and if a man doea not Yours very respectfully, ... ht. """" Mary to make three pies from one lemonr and two oranges 1 picked in in my neighbors yard from the tree, and on4 pomegranate I picked off of the tree. They grow them for commercial -- want his wages he had better obey the law. A man who traffics in the making and selling liquor is sure to be caught sooner or later. elle-gally Accept No Imitations 1.81 BBBflflflflflflflBflfllflBBBBflflBBBflfla purpose, and some olives just off Subscribe for The News. Read the "Ads" in Th6 News. 'V: v -- j i "M ,? , . 1 u, ) , , ? X ADAIR COUNTY NE7TS EVERYTHING IN Knifiey. v -- ROOFING Also Ellwood and American Fence. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Stsel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. .incoinoraied 1 CO- - 16 Eaat Matkei Slreei Between rirsl and Brook Louisville, Ky. I REED BROS. INSURANCE In All Its Branches . Fire Parcel Post Hail Acreage and Surety omobile Bonds. Coverage-Aut- "The Service Agency" Columbia Kentucky "TALKING mf&i&$' MaCHlNES' The " PRIMA DONNA" machine plays all disc No i Married, on the 10th of December, Lettie Feese to Homer Roberts, of Campbellsville. Mrs. Bessie Absher and sister, Mrs. Lill.ie Hardin, spent last Sunday at Mr. G. R. Feese's. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Roberts, of Campbellsville. visited the latter's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs- G. R. Feese last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lillie Hardin and sister, AbBher, visited Mrs. Bessie friends and relatives in Russell Co., a few days of last week. The party given at Milliard Stapletons lasc Saturday night, was largely attended and all reported a nice time. Miss Lorena ft Watson visited Misses Fannie and Rosa Bryant last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Weatherford and sister, Ruth, of Elkhorn, visited relatives and friends at this place last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. E. G. Hardwick, the county Surveyor, was in this neighborhood surveying land a few days of last week. Mr. Vance Baxter arrived home from Pontiac, Mich., one day last week. Mr. Zach Holt moved to Casey county, one day last week. Mr. Vance Baxter spent lasb Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Goebel Wheeler. Mr. Fred Humphress and sister, Ella, of Absher, spent last Saturday and Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Thelbert Walker, of of Casey Creek. - HIHk BliiflBB immL It's a cinch to figure why Camels sell! j i l E 1l X 9 911. W n HlHsNIBiliiii? 1 1 1 I 1 You should know why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing; so satisfying. First, quality second. Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all tho desirable body is there I And, Camels never tire your taste You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any cigarette in the world at anv nrice 1 SMH BLEND Sky packages ' 200 nfiareriua) m a 'e strongly retomaiejiU zhis carton for the home or office ca.ton supi j or men $ cj travel. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winton.Saeni. N. C. . CVjritis are void everywhere in vcienttfrmUy sealed packages of 20 " ritfe-'H- "' '. gassme-paper-cove- CUT DOWN YOUP pmtf&mB, mBm !U From an Adair County Boy. With a Tone as rich as Gold records. ments are necessary. Examine any "PRIMA DONNA" cabinet and compare it with other ma chines selling at the same price and you wiil readily by convinced relative to the superiority of our workmanship and construction. T,. IE. YOTTiSTG-- , Columbia, Dover, Ohio. Editor News: me a little space, I'll write a line to my best friends in old Adair Co., as I have been away for some time extra attach- If you will spare $ aeiefeK tSStt 'JEWELER" Kenturfe- - v H In Field One FIRE In Barn Insurance Policy Protects every Minute 7TC 1S . insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE and haven t heard irom many Adair county people. I have been in thirteen different states and Canada. Have worked at nearly every kind of work and I am now in the show business'. Been in the business since Oct. 15. I own an interest in one of the best quartettes in America today. It is known as the Colonial Stellar Quartette. Four of the best singers on the road We have been in the north for two months, and are now headHope we ed south for winter. will come through Kentucky. I would like to see everybody in Adair county. I saw someBKen-tuckyboy- s as I came through Wadsworth. I would like to be at home Christmas, but don't see any way at present. Well, as it is getting late, I will close. With best of wishes to all Adair County people and The Yours sincerely, News. David D. Willan. Elk Brand Overalls; U'' You are throwini away baking powder monev 7 i octiuiig ruwuci. If von "doubt" it iust j?ive Calumet one trial. The saving it makes will prove that ,oi OciiUiiict Dowder and exuensive ma terials fritterinl? awav valu able time If vou are not using: r a. wasting baking ! rt n...j. is the best baking powder in the world sold at the fairest price costs far less than high costs but little more priced Trust brands than cheap brands gives much better results than either. You use only hslf the amount usually required it goes almost twice as far. It never fails, never causes baking loss. Used in millions of homes by leading hotels restaurants and bakeries. A wonderful baking powder ior all requirements. Made in the world's largest, finest, most sanitary Baking Powder Factories. (BAKING The Elizabethtown News is moved to write as follows, afer reading an editorial in the Lonis-vill- e Herald: The Louisville Herald attempts to make sport of Democratic indignation over the report that the Republican party is to abolish the Civil Service method of appointing and return to the old spoils systems. Most Republicans were the stout defenders of the Civil Service so long as it af--, forded their party men an op-- j portunity to secure a job under the Democratic Administration. 'They guarded its sanctity as a v7oman her virture, but now that tit may be the means of continu-ing Democrats in office under a Republican Administration, niuht becomes day, and black, nnd white. It makes all the differ- ence whose ox is gored And besides what are theRepubli- cans going to do about that of their 1920 platform which 'said: "We renew our repeated declaration that the civil service law shall be'thorouphly and hon- 'estly enforced and extended Dost-maste- rs I ; I I returning the post offices to the en- spoils system be "honestly forcing and extending" the Civil; Service?'' I Iv2f I will penetrate is A remedy necessary in the treatment of rheumatism. Ballard's Snow Lioinienfc t W. T. PRICE, Agent Columbia, Kentucky. . 3u-- Murray's More. ptl-- " "THE?'! $&!&. mi All Kinds of Insurance K During this year 3,808 have been killed in the United States by automobiles. Kentucky Republicans spent $51,000 in the recent campaign, their report says. pair at Men's best quality overalls $2.00 per Russell & Go. the bone and relieves promptly. Three sizes, 30o, 60c and 81.20 per bottle. Adv. Sold by Paull Drug Co. goes right through the flesh Two children of Luciea Gadberry are recovering from diptheria HeKpK You save wlten You save materials m you buy it You save when you use it f it is used witb. Highest .Qualify Highest Awards THE NEWS is $1.5.0 and $2.00 per year. Send in our subscription at once. An extra session of the Legislature will not be called. Distress affer eating is due to bad digestion. Herbine helps the diges-ti-ce process, clears the system of impurities and restores a feeling of vigor andbuojancy of spirits. Prica, 60c Sold by Paull DruglCo. That last ycarB suit or dress can be made to appear like 'a New One Send Via Parcel Post. YES IT CAN BE DYED Oil CLEANED BAMMG PCfffG CKJCAOO Sixty persons have been indicted in St Louis for frauds in the Missour primary. A woman, cousin to Gov. Morrow ib a candidate for county clerk in Pulaski county. 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS inconoted Louisville, Ky. A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powders come in 12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it. WORTH KNOWING ." .6, $',.,. S? 4.; yf 8 Adair county news. m mm W N YOUN J ft FOLKS fci Jhbb wb0 The Largest Stock of Christmas Supplies Ever .Brought to Columbia now on Display at ift X jL Liar' I ii y J This Firm Has Spared Neither Money nor Time, in Buying to Suit Their Many Customers. t 3t CHEHTHHM'S. and Fancy, thaujever before offered to the trade of Adair County. You can not help but be pleased. Box Goods. They have more Fancy Boxes of Candy than ever before brought to Columbia. In fact, they have everything that will attract are Toys For The Children. want to Please the younger Children, you have only to call at this store. Toys of every kind are now on display. Santa Claus wants to make all If you the Children happy, and NELL ready for him. & CHEATHAM '' , Candy In Abundance. At this store there is perhaps more Candy, Stick For Young Men. They have a stock of Extra Fine Hats, Shirts, Collars and Ties. ' M X 3 v CLOTHING KND FURNITURE Besides a lage stock of all kinds of Groceries and Toys, they have an Enormous Stock of Clothing, Suits, Overcoats and They can fit your pocket took. If you need Carpets and Rugs, they can supply you. Odd Pants, bought very low. Their prices are right. The second story of their store building is filled with furniture. Their prices will suit everyone. hi ;J B REMEMBER THE PLAOE NELL I have t v & CHEHTHHM, uate of a State normal, or of a standard high school, with two years' work in a university, or a State diploma or a State certificate Qualifications in administration and supervision necessary to obtain the position are a year'' work in an es--, tablished course of administration and supervision in a recognized institution or college of university rank, or three years' experience as superintendent of city or county schools, or'a supervisor within the last five years' experience as a teacher in the last seven years relieve rheumatism, sprains, lame back, lumbago or pleurisy, Ballard's Snow Liniment is a remedy of proven merit. It is very powerful and penetrating. Three sizes, 30c 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Paull Drug To Co. ' 0 COLUMBIA, KY. ' - i . Christmas Goods. a full line of Guaranteed Jewelry, Toys, Handkerchielfs, Candies, Nuts, Cakes and Fruits, Motion Pictures in my Hall $Every Saturday night. Good Band Music. t m , We fire Headquarters Holiday Goods. For Dont buy your Xmas wants before visiting our store, we have a complete line of everything, and our prices are very low. We have just recieved a large shipment of Toys and Dolls. Be sure to see our stock before buying. Our line of French Ivory is most complete, Dresser Sets, Manicure Sets, Clocks, Electric Lamps, Candle Holders, and a large assortment of odd pieces. Our prices will surprise you, see our line before buying. See our line of Cut Glass before buying. L. M. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. Pepto-Manga- Born, to the wife of Geo. Hancock, today and keep it up on the 17th, a daughter, ' WHAT ARE MS for awhile. Your blood will become n red nourished. makes I have a lot of good shingles for sale YOUR CHANCEj blood corpuscles. You will get- - ener- at 34 00 per thousand. Va gy and strong power of resistance Geo. Bailey, Roy, Ky. OF SUCCESS? lustead'of standing in'jour own way, See our complete line of French m you will push yourself ahead because Ivory and Gut Glass before buying. Do You Step Out With Snap and of greater vitality. VA genuine We can save you money." But be sure you get the E3? You Able to Kussell&Tajlor Yior? n It is put up in both 5 liquid and tablet form. Ask for Set Things Oone? L. Va Lamentable Death. "Gude's" and be sure that the name 3 is on the package. The tablets or the DONit STAND IN YOUR OWN WAY Just as we go to press the intelliliquid have the same medicinal value. 9gence of the death of Mr. J. K. P. Advertisement. People with Thin, Weak Blood Have Conover reaches the office. He was a county, and an .. a Hard Time of it, They Should Qualifications of County Superin- former Jailer of Adair soldier, a splendid gentleTake tendent. man. More wfll be said of his life Pepto-Manga9-- 4t The quality is the very best and the prices are correct. Ire Pepto-Manga- We have just recieved a large shipment of Lowney's Box Candy, sizes h to 5 pounds. Mail orders promptly filled. Make the home .complete by buying a New Edison Talk- ing Machine. We would advise you to place your order early as our supply is limited. m y Pepto-Mang- an ex-Feder- al Look at the facts of your health. So much depends on having red blood. If you stand up in front of your work blood in your system wlch you ate standing in your own way. You are blocking your own progress. Thin blood mases you dull. It makes you pale. You take no enjoy mencout of your work. It is only half as good as it should be. You can remedy that condition so easily. Begin taking that fine tonic, half-starve- d Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 16. Superin tendent of Public Instruction George Colvin today issued an order providing that no person shall be eligible to the office of county superintendent of of schools who does not hold a proper certificate of scholarship, administration and supervision. The certificate will be issued to those who have the and character next week. w The German government proposes to draft labor to increase production th6 draft will include girls' and women. If You (lfish To Satfe loney, Visit par Store For Your Xmas WaatsK 1 Argentina has withdrawn from the Assembly of the League of following scholarships: Graduates of Nations and its action has had a a univeisity or standard college, grad a profounded effect. RUSSELL & TTWsLOR COLUMBIA, !ICY. J " -- imjei t&'