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IT WAS Groceries Fall line of The grim messenger death and who 8 eggs, whites and yolks beaten sep never returns alone, entered the home and Meats, with prices right, fall arately. Prof. Pepp of Dr S. A.. Taylor, on Sept. 11th, weight and prompt service. Buy your 4 pounds raisinsi Columbia and cinimcd for his victim his wife, groceries here and have them deliver 2 cups of white sugar. Leo, aged 52 years. Mrs. Taylor pos- ed to your home. by a Large Audience. 4 cups of flour Sift one cup over many noble traits of character. sessed raisins. S. W. Epperson. Her devotion to her family and home 1 pound of tigs. STANDING ROOM AT A PREMIUM. was beautiful and was kind and neighMiss Alma May, entertained at her 1 teaspoon each cinnamon and spice borly to all. Her death was due to home on Broadway, Thursday after-noo1 large cup of butter. The Gym at the High School was paralysis, it being the third stroke. honoring Miss Esther Gschwind Sift two teaspoons of baking powder packed last Wednesday night, and for Her sickness lasted only about seven of Erlanger who is the charming guest in the flour. two hours the audience was delighted hours Ail was done that friends and of Miss Lucile Harbson. Delightful 1 teaspoon of soda in 1 cup sour butwith the renditions of Prof. Pepp & loved ones could do to relieve her suf- refreshments were served. Those ac- termilk. Co., all the characters made up by fering. While we feel our loss we cepting Miss May's hospitality were: 1 big cup of jam. home talent, It would take more know 'tis heaven's gain. We realize Misses Esther Gschwind, Lucile HarAdd almonds and any nuts you like space than we have, to give a full detoo that her death brought sorrow to bison, Eugenia Shelley, Elizabeth This will make two medium sized tailed account of the program, as many hearts throughout the entire Whitmore, Catherine Bourne.Eleverie cake and is the best fruit cake I know there were twelve or fourteen characcountry. She was very patient and Cobb, Elizabeth Goff, Anna Denten, for the price D H. ters. They are all personally known, courteous and rendered valuable ser- Ruth Owens, Margaret Harbison, Lil-li- e LOST, between Garlin and Columbia and as the citizens of the town were vice to the people over phone. When Coconougher, Mrs. Fred Owens most generally present, that is nearly her death was announced sorrowing and Mrs. Henry Sandidge. Danville an Army Raincoat. every family represented, we deem It J. W. McGaha, Columbia, Ky. friends came to view the remains of Advocate. unnecessary to enlarge on each memthe one they had never seen, but Miss May formerly lived in ColumA New Firm. ber of the company, though all delearned to love by communication bia. serve special mention. The acting of with her over the phone. She gave Mr. T A. Firken and Mr. S. F. many were real good, and amusing exSale, Sale. herself to the Lord several years ago Coffey, both of this place, have agreed pressions frequently brought down and lived a christian life. A few All my household effects and furni- upon a partnership and will open a the houe. weeks before her death came she ture will be sold by Auction on SaturMrs. Irwin Praser selected the play buildspoke to the writer calmly and freely day, Dec. 17th, at 10 a. m. The list new store in the Sinclair brick ing immediately after the holidays. and those who were on the program, of her departure. She expressed herlibrary and dinincludes At the start they will handle gro- and she made no mistake. It was self willingly and ready to go when ing tables, rockintr and dining-rooceries, hardware and furniture, and good all the way through, and each the Lord called for her. Her only re- chairs, dressers, carpets, later will embark in the dry goods performer came in for words of praise gret was leaving her family, especially beds and bedding, sewing machine, business. They are men of excellent It was a play full of fun, and as it her only daughter, Clarice, who is yet oil sto re and three other character, fine business qualifications, proceeded, you could look over the young and tender in years, but she stoves, various a kitchen utensils and and there is not a doubt but they will audience and see many Buttonbusters. said the Lord knew best, and we will mony other articles Also some ex- command a good trade. Th ri was one charr cter, Mis3 Margaall be there after awhile Her body cellent Hand paiuted China Sets ret Patteson, who played a boy,s part, was conveyed back to her old home Gifts for all which will be put op, Leslie J. B Smith, and she acted it ro well compliments place and after an appropriate funeral not put aside. Baptist Parsonage, Columbia. were frequently heard over the audiservice by Bro. Bennett was laid to Paull Drug Co. ence. rest in the family graveyard to await The Campbellsville Tobacco Market "Aunt Manerva," Mrs. G. F. Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, of Louisville, will open sale on Burley Tobacco, the resurrection. Written by her friend and nelgbhor. Thursday morning Dec loth. All sends us word through Mr. M. Crav- Stults, was there, full of life, as well large Manufacturers will be present ens, that in the last three weeks he as Pertunia, Miss Katie Murrell, who and we expect good prices Our open- has met and talked to Mr. Robt. Hud- pulled off many laughable hits. Public Sale. C. B. Buttonbuster, Horace Walker, ing sale Dec. 5th The average will son on the streets of Memphis; that he is not dead. Mr. E, kept the audince in an uproar. Pohe knows that Thursday Dec 22, the farm known increase in sale. Monday's sale was L Sinclair, of this place, also informs liceman, Albia Eubank, wielded his as the P. C McCaffree farm, contain- yerj satisfactory. Very few rejections us that he met Robert at the State billy to a good effect-Proing 230 acres of farming and timber Manufacturing Leaf 315 to S30. Pepp. Dr. Depp, was positive, $7 50 to 815.00, Rehandling Fair in Louiiville, in the month of land, and the following described report came dignified, in having the rules of the The Lugs $150 to $2.50, Manufacturing last September. property: here that Mr. Hudson was killed by a Institution over which he presided Lugs 82 50 to $5 50. 12 head cows and calves. obeyed. horse, down South, in August. n, Lee Bishop, who is a cripple, and who stabbed and killed Early Vaughan The Chemical Fire Truck is here, in October, was found quilty of manthe Building, a splendid structure, is slaughter at Greenburg last week and and Company Yisit almost ready for occupancy, the Fire given two years In the penitential. and Were Greeted Marshal's Department and the Insur- His plea was that Mr. Vaughan was AMUSING. Engine House Completed. ance Rating Bureau havo inspected and approved both the truck and the building. The new insurance rates are in the hands of the printer, the Fire Department is organized and ready for duty. The Board of Trustees of the Town and the Adair County Fiscal Court have done all that could be expected of them, both bodies have been very generous. A large per cent of the business people of the town have responded liberally, but yet there has not been enough subscribed to pay for this much needed equipment. Every property owner in the town will be benefited but a great many have not made their donation. Those who have not should see G. M. Steven-so- n or G. R. Reed at once and do your part Basket Club. Ball to-nig- killed accidentally; that he struck another man at Prices Cut. Dec. I4th to 19th. Bargain week Goff Bros. at Store. Mr. Chas. F. Paxton, who recently was elected Circuit Clerk of Adair county, will remove his family from Cane Valley to Columbia. He Is a mcst reputable citizen. You can be supplied at Lewi3 Young's store, if you are looking for Christmas presents. ht Gym, St. Marys vs. Adm. 25c. The Sunbeam Band of the Baptist Church vas entertained last Friday night by Miss Loris Holladay. Hob chocolate was served and the little girls and boys had a most happy meetat C. H. S. ing. Columbia Ath, A real Toy treat for the children at Paull Drug Co. The Board of Equalizers for the town of Columbia is made up with W. T. McFarland, X. M. Tutt and Ed Shively. It is at work. Christmas boxes and cards on sale L. E Young book-case- s, m side-boar- lawn-mowe- r, The Southern ahd Northern Presbyterian Churches of Lebanon have united which is a stepping stone for a general union over the State. The Northern and Southern Presbyterian Churches split over the negro quesyears ago, and tion about fifty-fiv- e the members divided and separate synods and Presbyteries were organiz ed. There is no longer any necessity for quibbling. All Presbyterians should be in one body Large Line of Clocks and Ivory, at Jewelry, Silver, Paull Drug Co. f Dr. W. F Cartwright returned 2 Cultivators. from Louisville last Tuesday night 2 one row planters. He reports thac Mr. R. F. Rowe, who 1 two row planter. is in the Jewish Hospital, was operat1 one horse cultivator. ed on about 8 o'clock a. m same day, 3 double shovels. and that he regarded him in a very 3 turning plows. critical condition, though the opera1 double A harrow. tion was skillfully done. He further 1 section harrow. stated that he talked to the surgeons 2 2 3 4 wagons. before he lert the city and that they A lot of small tools, some household informed him that if Mr. Rowe lived and kitchen furniture and a lot of thirty-fihours, he would have a other things too numerous to mention good chance to get well Sale begins at 9 a. m on the premises. His Columbia friends are very anxTerms made known on day of sale ious concerning his condition, and it McCaffree Heirs. is home that, he will recover and be returned home as speedily as possible. E!d. Jho. Smkh, Pittsburg, Kansas, filled the pulpit at the Christian Salesman Wanted. Church last Sunday forenoon and To sell E. J. Brach & Son popular evening, A large audience heard him line of candies in tne following counand it was well entertained. ties: Taylor, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe AGENTS I want one LIVE Cumberland, Adair, Russell, Clinton in each Town, and Wayne. Our men who receive City and County of Kentucky. New liberal commission, make good money. Article. Household SELLS ON SIGHT. Big Repeater. ACT AT This is a big opportunity for a real live ONCE BEFORE SOME ONE BEATS salesman. Must be ready to go to YOU TO IT. H Ruby, Dept, 11, 233 work Jan. 2nd. In answering give W Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky. reference, and past experience. x head work horses and mules. A lot of corn and hay. I mowing machine and rake. I Disc harrow . 1 Sulky plow. 6 Farmers Tobacco Warehouse, Campbellsville, Ky. Operated On Last Tuesday. AH the young ladies, mentioned beare offering a handsome line of low, sane and acted charmingly. clothing Mens and Boys sizes, in Count Stults was on to his assign make and priced right. ment and made not a mistake. new, The foilwing young ladies, who had Russell & Co. parts, graced the stage: Misses Montgomery, Frances Russell, Mr. M. Cravens has qualified as City Frances Browning, Carrie Grlssora, Judge of this town and is now on Amelia Damron, Eva Walker, Katie duty. He proposes to hew to the line Murrell The young men were Dr H. W. and show no partiality. We believe will make a deligent officer, and if Depp. Albia Eubank, Horace Walker, he he has the backiug of a Town Mashal, Count Stults, Alvin Lewis, Melvin Phelps, Fred Callison good order will come to Columbia. The music was furnished by Mrs. C. at C. H. S. M. Russell, Mrs. R. V. Bennett and Basket Ball Gym. St. Marys vs. Columbia Ath. Miss Frances Russell. The proceeds of the play go to buy Club. Adm,25c. books for the city library, and a goodly sum was raised 3135 Plays at Lindsey-WiisoWe te Al-le- 8-- 2t ne to-nig- Mrs R. F. Bryant, whose maiden name was Victoria Burton, daughter of John F. Burton, born and reared Cut Price Sale. in Adair county, died in Hiawatha, Kansas, September 26, 1921. She was Six big days. Dec. 14th to 19th. 55 years old and a most estimaabout Goff Bros. Store. ble woman. She left a husband and Mr. B. B Cravens, a native of Adair seven children Her relatives and county, a brother of Mesdames W. E. friends in this county were shocked Hancock and Fannie Pearce, Cana to hear of her death Valley, died in Lineville, Iowa, a few Notice. days since. He was about 90 years old Benjamin Bomar, the first Sheriff, of All parties owing me notes and ac- Adair couuty, was his grandfather. His fathers nane was Elijah Cravens. counts please settle same at ooce Horace Walker For Sale. The postmaster at this place urges An 6 room house with a two acre lot. the patrons of the office who expect 5o This is a desirable piece of propertj mail Christmas packages, to get them in the office early. If they delay the and just outside the town limits. Also 45 acre tract of land H miles of town, packages will not reach their destination in time. Now if you want your in Graded School district. 5 room, presents delivered on time, mail them house, good barn and all under wire fence. Prices right for a quick sale. early. L. H. Jones. A The trying of the new fire alarm last Tuesday afternoon, created soma alarm among people who had not been iufoimed that the bell would be sounded The engine came out and went up Burkesville street, men in automobiles following The leason shows that every body in Columbia is ready to do their bit when a fire starts. n. For the Christmas trade we are of The Expression department of fering handsome showings in Ladies will give "An evening of Lind-sey-Wilso- n plays" Friday, December 16, 7:30 p m. Muslin Underwear, There will be three short plavs given Silk Underwear, with interesting numbers between Silk Hosiery, etc. Russell & Co. and the public is cordially invited Admission 25c. The first quarterly meeting for Columbia will be held at the Methodist Fruits and Candies church December 18th at night and You will find the best line of fruits 19th at night. T J. Wade, P. E. and candies, with prices right at Dresses, Coat Suits, Odd Skirts, waists, Public Sale. On Saturday, the 7th day. of January, 1922, 1 will offer for sale, at the late residence of J. R. Beard tfce fol- Call on, or address Coy E. Dudgeon, State Mgr., Lebanon, Ky. Arm Broken. lowing propertj : 3 head of mules. 2 cows. 4 x hogs. 5 sheep. 1 wagon. 1 Buggy and harness. Farming tools of all description. A lot of corn and hay. Household and kitchen furniture, including a sewing machine and organ. Terms- - will be made known on day Last Tuesday afternoon Rev. H. L. Thompson, of this place, met with a very serious accident. He waB at his home and was out in his lot run ning after a calf. He slipped and fell, catching on his left hand, breaking both bones of his arm, between the elbow and wrist. Dr. C. M. Russell was called and repuced the fracture. Rev. Thompson is quite an bid man and it will take some time .for the bones to knit together. It is hoped that hs suffering will be light and that his recovery will be as speedy. Our our subscription to those who are in arrears, and if responses do not come in at once, those who are behind will be stricken from our list. The high price of paper and material bars us from sending the News on time. We necessarily have to collet Jin order to keep our business going. Therefore, if you want to keep in touch with the news of Adair and adjoining counties, pay your subscription. book-keeper Last Wednesdav Geo H. Nell purchased of BE. Rowe the latter's resis now going over idence and seven acees of land, on the list, sending state-meut- s Burkesville pike, three miles out of tow d, for 81,400. possession Why Mr. S. W. Epperson. Nell is now in stand in jour own light. Ask of sale. ' R, L. Beard, Purdy, Ky. your merchant for Radium Coal Oil. Joe Hurt, Agt., The fire alarm came from Guy Nell's For Sale. Gulf Refiuing Co., Inc , residence last Tnesday afternoon, and Campbellsville, Ky. Tel. 266 the fire company and engine was soon I have one Kurtz'man piano which I Obituaries are not published free in on the spot. It proved to be only the will sell at a bargain, If taken at once. this paper. They are of Interest only burning out of a chimney, and no Sam Lewis, Columbia, Ky. to the immediate family of the de- damage was done. Mr. Nell lives out ceased, and we can not give space to on the Burkesville pike in the resiEugene Edwards, a man forty-flWe have complete line of Christmas dence owned by Mr B. E Rowe them gratis. years old, who lived in the Keltner goods in Mens Hats, Shirts, Gloves, Our Windows will offer suggestions precinct, was adjudged a lunatjo BeLiggetts Chocolates in Xmas boxes. Ties, Shoes, Hosiery, etc., bought specfore Judge SincbfrTand sent to Lake Paull Drug Co. Paull Drug Co. for Xmas land. Be has a wife and four chiK ially for the Hdiiay trade. Adair County News, $1,50 per, year dren, The Newsllli50 in Kentucky. Eissell ft Ct. v -- not make arrangements for moonshine or any other kind of liquor The W. A Coffey home, compara for the holidays. Save your money tively new and fronts the Campbellsfor some good purpose, maintain your ville pike. reputation for sobriety, thereby makMrs. Lillian Conover ing friends instead of losing them. 2 1. The exhilarating effects of liquor can new Town ordiances are now only pull you down. The posted and every citizen of Columbia Goff Bros. Store Overstocked". should read and obey them. It is absolute necessary to enforce them to On Dry Goods, Notices, and everysecure a reduction in rates of fire in thing to wear, furniture, Carpets, Rags. surance. Mr G. R. Reed has spent biggest and completest stock we his time and money in securing this The reduction, and he and all other citizens have ever offered to the trade, Dec. who feel a deep interest in the wel- 14th to 19th at Special Sale Prices. fare of Columbia should show their Fire at The Refinery. appreciation of his work by obeying the ordinances. The gasoline refinery of the Carna-ha- n More power, more miles Ask for Co., cought on fire last Saturday that Good Gulf Gasoline. morning, and it took heroic efforts to Joe Hurt, Agt, extinguish it, as it was very dangerous Gulf Refining Co , Inc , to approach. The damage done Campbellsville, Ky Tel 266 amounted to about S2 500 Boys, do 8-- Desirable Residence for Sale ADAIR COUNTY NEWS the afguxrd:flc of our Interests which cannot even be attempted .without this such Justice Jn distributing the prod- EVERYTHING IN authorization. It will ,be helpful to our- - f uct of human energy that it has Im- ' proved continuously the economic elvea and It will Improve conditions status of. the mass of people. Ours among our debtors If funding and the set has been a highly productive social tlement of defaulted Interest may be neorganization. On the way up from the gotiated. elemental stages of society we have Merchant Marine. eliminated slavery and serfdom and. The previous congress, deeply concerned are far on the way to the elimination in behalf of our merchant marine. In of poverty. 1920 enacted the existing shipping lawsG Through the eradication of Illiteracy designed for the upbuilding of the Amerand the diffusion of education, man JHope Rests in Disarmament Con- ican merchant marine. Among other kind has reached a stage where we Packers in Chicago Boost Wholemay fairly say that in the United things provided to encourage our shipsale Cost of Pork as Result ping on the world's seas, the executive States equality of opporunlty has been ference, President Asserts in attained, though all are not prepared was directed to give notice of the termito embrace it. There is. Indeed, a too of Walkout. nation of all existing commercial treaties Message to Congress. in order to admit of reduced duties on great divergence between the economic imports carried In American bottoms. conditions of the most and least favDuring the life of the act no executive ored classes In the community. But even that divergence has not come to has complied with this order of the conwe gress. When the present administration the point wherevery bracket the very ST. PAUL ASKS FOR TROOPS rich together as HELP. IN WORLD RESTORATION came into responsibility, it began an early poor and the classes. inquiry Into the failure to execute the the least fortunatedirected to Our efimprovmay well be Also Ellwood expressed purpose of the Jones act. Only fortsthe status of both. ing one conclusion has been possible. FrankWhile this set of problems is comBusiness Men Ask State Guards When senate, eager ly, of house the comprehended 'United States Will Ascist in Restoring as ImembersJoin you in and making of an monlyphrase "Capital under Labor. gen-It am to the Strike Breakers Are Attacked and eral American merchant marine commensurate Is really vastly broader. Is Stable Order and Normal Relation; It organ- a Strikers Warned to Keep Away with our commerce, the denouncement of question of social and economic ship Enactment of Tariff and our commercial treaties would involve us ization. Labor has become a large From Kansas City Plants. in a chaos of trade relationships and add to contributor, through Its savings, peoForeign Debt Refunding Indescribably to the confusion of the alcapital, while the the stock of CO- ready disordered commercial world. Bills Urged. ple who own the largest individual Chicago, Dec. 7. With the nineteen Our power to do so is not disputed, but aggregates of capital are themselves power and ships, without comity of reoften hard and earnest laborers. Very independent packing firms in Chicago Washington. .Incorporated President Harding in- lationship, will not give us the expanded often it Is extremely difficult to draw the hardest hit by the walkout, both linked with a trade formed .congress in his first annual great which is inseparably Moreover, the the line of differentiation between the sides in the packers' strike have set16 Eaa! Makel Mreet' Between first and Bro&h two groups; to determine whether a merchant marine .message that "a most gratifying world applied reduction of duty, for which the particular Individual is entitled to be tled down to u finish fight. laborer or as accomplishment" by the arms confer- treaty denouncements were necessary, en- set adown aslarge proportion capitalist. Ky. A side issue of the strike which invery of cases couraged only the carrying of dutiable In ence "Is not Improbable." imports to our shores, while the tonnage he is both, and when he is both, he terested the consumer the most was useful The President's message, delivered Which unfurls our fiag on the seas is both Is the most of Laborcitizen. Capital. the boosting of .the price of pork from Rights and free and dutiable, and the cargoes which ,in person, is in part ah follows: make a nation eminent In trade are outright of labor to organize is 4 to 3 cents a pound at wholesale, acThe Mr. Speaker and Members of the going rather than incoming. Just as fundamental and necessary as by packing-hous- e to lay It Is a very gratifying privilege It is not my thoughttoday. the problem is the right of capital to organize. cording to quotationstilting was termed is desired The right of labor to negotiate, to salesmen. The price to appear before the congress with the In detail before you It republic at peace with all the nations of only to say to you that the executive deal with and solve its particular by Itussel J. Poole, city high cost exthe world. More, it is equally gratifying branch of the government, uninfluenced problems in an organized way, through to report that our country is not only free by the protest of any nation, for none its chosen agents, is Just as essential pert, "absolutely unwarranted." Jfrom every impending menace of war, but has been made, is well convinced that as is the right of capital to organize, Cornelius Hayes, president of the your proposal, highly intended and heartto maintain corporations, to limit the there are growing assurances of the Indeed, we Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchpeace which we so deeply ily supported here, is so fraught with difof the liabilities of stockholders. cherish. ficulties and so marked by tendencies to have come to recognize that the limer Workmen's Union of America, asmem For approximately ten years we have discourage trade expansion that I invite ited liability of the citizens as aciuseiy serted that far more than 12,000 men for a ber of a laoor organization liability idwelt amid menaces of wars, or as par- your tolerance of parallels the limitation of wolud be In the fight today because ticipants in war's actualities, and the in- very few weeks until a plan may be preevitable aftermath, with its disordered sented which contemplates no greater of the citizen as a stockholder In a of the better organization of the picket corporation for profit. Along this line upon the public treasury and which, conditions, has added to the difficulties of draft greatgovernment which adequately cannot be though yet too crude to offer it today, of reasoning we shall make the of our system. est progress toward solution 'appraised except by those who are In im- - gives such promise of expanding our merThe packers tood by their estimates of Policy One mediate contact and know the responsi- chant marine that It will argue Its own problem as itcapital and labor. that a is not desirable Just Our task would be les difficult approval. It .is enough to say today that corporation I bilities. - of fewer than 1,100 men. shall be allowed to lmbut we are so possessed of ships, and the If we had only ourselves to Dispatches from other cities showed upon the so much of the world was Involved, the American Intention to establish a merfiose soundue exactions labor the situation to be far more serious it is are so w ell nigh uni- chant marine is so unalterable, that a organization not desirable that a to exdisordered conditions shall versal, even among nations not engaged plan of reimbursement, at no other cost act unfair terms be permitted of employment or there. In actual warfare, that no permanent re- than is contemplated in the existing act, subject the public to actual distresses Wants Troops Called. adjustment can be effected without conwill appeal to the pride and encourage in order to enforce Its terms Finally, sideration of our Inescapable relationship the hope of all the American people. In St. Paul, business men recomwe are earnestly seeking for just as to world affairs In finance and trade. Inprocedures whereby to adjust and setNeed of Tariff Legislation. mended to Adj. Gen. W. F. Rhlnlow deed, we should be unworthy of our best between natle There is before you the completion of tions political difficulties war, so we that the Minnesota state guard be traditions if we were unmindful of social, without resort to means to setmoral and political conditions which are the enactment of what has been termed a may well look about for called out as the result of an attack organized not of direct concern to us, but which do "permanent" tariff law, the word "permanent" being,used to distinguish It from tle the differences between appeal to the human sympathies and capital and organized labor without by strike sympathizers on a tralnload the emergency act which is the law toof a people blessed with our nato the forms of warfare which day. I cannot too strongly urge an early resort tional good fortune. we recognize under the name of of strike breakers. completion of this necessary legislation. Denver reports indicate the packing strikes, lockouts, boycotts, and the Need for Restoration of World. Is needed to stabilize our Industry at like. plants there were completely tied up Is not my purpose to bring to you a It It home; It Is essential to make more definite As we have great bodies of law program of world restoration. In the our trade relations abroad. More, It Is organizations and that'the walkout registered nearly jmain, such a program must be worked vital to the preservation of many of our carefully regulating the of industrial and 100 per cent. and operations out by the nations more directly conown industries which contribute so notafinancial corporations, so we might cerned. They must themselves turn to bly to the very life blood of our nation. Kansas City strikers were tpld the well have plans of conference, of commenacing con- .the heroic remedies for the of All There is now, and there always will be, mon council, of mediation, arbitrastate police would be called out at the Jdltlons under which they are struggling; a storm of conflicting opinion about any tion and judicial determination in conrequest of the Kansas Industrial court then we can help, and we mean to help. tariff revision. We can not go far wrong troversies between labor and capital. ,We shall do co unselfishly, because when we base our tariffs on the policy of To accomplish this would Involve the prohibiting picketing ,there is compensation in consciousness - preserving the productive activities which necessity to develop a thoroughgoing if the state law comof assisting, selfishly because the code of practice In dealing with such was violated. Strike leaders dispersed enhance employment and add to our naImerce and international exchanges In tional prosperity. With right privileges. Imaffairs. pickets and the day passed withtrade, which marked our high tide of for- munities and modes of organization the Exchange of Trade. Must Be carefully defined. It should be out disorder. 'tunate advancement, are nosalble only thus !when the nations of all continents are reAgain comes the reminder that we possible to set up Judicial or Dennis Lane, secretary of the meat of world tribunals for the considerastored to stable order and normal re- must not be unmindfulstruggling condiof all disputes Incutters' union, asserted that 29,000 for lationships. tion and determination tions, that peoples are Jn the main, the contribution of this dustrial rehabilitation and that we can which menace the public welfare. workers had struck in the cities outrepublic to restored normalcy in the not dwell in Industrial and commercial exHolds Strike Out of Place. Chicago. Jworld must come through the Initiative clusion and at the same time do the just In an industrial society such as ours side thing In aiding world reconstruction and the strike, the lockout and the boy,of the executive branch of the government, but the best of Intentions and most readjustment. We do not seek a selfish cott are as much out of place and as carefully considered purposes would fail aloofness, and we could not profit by it, disastrous In their results as Is war or FIND 23 BODIES IN WRECK were It possible.- - We recognize the ne(Utterly if the sanction and the armed revolution in the domain of polof the congress were not heartily cessity of buying wherever we sell, and itics. The same disposition to reasonWorkers Search Ruins at Scene of ableness, to conciliation, to recognithe permanency of trade lies in Its acceptaccorded. very able exchanges. We cannot sell to others tion of the other side's point of view, I am opinionsure we shall have no Train Clash Near Bryn Athyn, recogof fair and of about constitutional duties who do not produce, nor can we buy unthe same provision processes ought to Pa. Inquiry On. or authority. During the anxieties of less we produce at home. nized tribunals and to solve war, when necessities seemed compelling, Every contemplation magnifies the diff- .make it possible easily as the one jset the other. of questions as there were excessive grants of authority iculty of tariff legislation, but the necesPhiladelphia, Pa., Dec. 7. T and an extraordinary concentration of sity of the revision- is magnified with It. I believe the solution Is possible. the After each war. until the last, 'powers In the Chief Executive. The re- Doubtless we are justified in seeking a collision victims of the head-ogovernment has been able to give peal of wartime legislation and the automore flexible pollcv than we have pro Philadelphia & Reading to its returned soldiers, andde-a between matic expirations which attend the peace vided heretofore. I hope a y will be homes part of our settlement and large GLAD; proclamations have put an end to those found to make for flexibility a d elasBryn Athyn. Pa., has attended this generous passenger trains near ; emergency excesses, but I have the wish ticity so that raus may be adjected to velopment of Tand for the nations deone or provision have been accounted for. With to go further than that. I want to Join meet unusual and ..Hanging conditions fenders. you in restoring, in the most cordial way. which cannot be accurately anticipated two exceptions, however, definite idendid SORRY. There Is vet unreserved approximateand I know of no manner in which to effect .the spirit of ly 200,000.000 acres In the public doand that mutuality of confidence and this flexibility other than the extension main, 20.000 000 acres of which are tification was impossible because of respect which is necessary in representathe charred condition of the bodies. of the powers of the tariff commissi on, known to be susceptible of reclamative popular government. so that it can adapt itself to a FcJentiiU Nearly all were taken from the wrecktion and made fit for homes by proai.d wholly just administration ot the vision for irrigation. Harmony Imperative Need. age of the two wooden coaches which is Point to Swamp Lands. Incroachment upon the functions of law Early Determination Needed. caught fire almost lmmediatel. aftei .congress or attempted dictation of its inevitable and deContemplating the I a;n sure about pubic opinion favoring policy are not to be thought of, much less sirable increase of populaton, there is and were destroyed. A see attempted, but there is an insistent call the early determination of our taritf another phase of reclamation full worthy the accident reassuring of consideration. There are 79,000,000 acres canvass of the residents of Newton There have been ffor harmony of purpose and accord of policy. of a business revival from the detp of swamp and lt lands which and Southampton, the two little action to speed the solution of the e slump . .ith all the worl I has been ex problems confronting both the may be reclaimed and made as valuable mot of the victims IIed wincn and executive branches of the gov periencinggrav our unemployment, any farm lands we possess. These as gav i.' i e concern only a few weeks ernment. largely located In southern showed that 'veral persons known ago. iiJ. c;uimi encouragingly less, and acres are to withhold It would lt ungracious reaily large now asura'ices and renewed confidence states, and the greater byproportionciti-Is to have been passengers on the ill acknowledgment of the private owned by the states or 'volume and excellent qualit of work will ai'ei.d the congressional declaration zens. Congress has a report of the surfated trains are still missing, and it is n that American industry will be held seaccomplished by tin extraordinary reclamation, and the feared that other bodies, are hurie vey of this Held for winch so recently cure of congre.-feasibility is established. I gladly recomSomething more than tariff protection mend adjourned. I am not unmindful of aid, by way of advances under the mnss of ashes and twisted IrSUR-A.3STCIN" ALL ITS BRANC3IES 'the very difficult tasks with which you is requ.iod bv American agriculture. To where fedeialand private participation Is steel, o'r were burned to cinders. Three state deal, and no one can the farmer has come the earlier and the assured. were called to Ignore the insistent conditions which, heavier burdens of readjustment. Theie 1" Homemaking is one of greater benefits investigations to determine the responduring recent years have called for actual depression in our agricultural in- which government can best own. Measdustry, while agricultural prosperity is ures are pending embodying this sound sibility for the wreck are under way. the continued and almost exclusive "ssential.to attention of your membership to pub-'li- c .ibsolntiof!y the country. the general pros-ppolicy to which we may well adhere. It ity work. It would suggest InsincerIs easily possible to make available perThe base of the pyramid of civilization, ity if I expressul complete accord 370 GARMENT SHOPS SETTLE will provide. In which with every expression recorded In throughrests upon the soil. Is shrinking manentfor homes which American families prosperous turn, th drift of population from farm your roll calls, but we are all agreed estabinjurious competition about the difficulties and the Inevi- to city. For a generation we have bfeen withoutactivities or impositon with wealth 14,000 New York Clothing Strikers on divergence of opinion in seeking expressing more or less concern about lished acquired. table Are Back on Job, Union Ibe content with the billion dollar re-- I this tendency. Economists have warned already are a run score or topics conThere adjustment of the burdens of taxa-Itlo- and statesmen have deplored. We thoueht cerning which it would be becoming Announces. SparKsvllIe. Later on, when other problems for a time that modern conveniences anin to address jou. and on which I hope 1 shall make some rec are solved, the more intimate contact would halt the to make a report at a later time. I team ommendations about renewed consid- movement, but it has gone steadily on. have alluded to the things requiring New Tork, Dec. 7. Fourteen thou Accept eration of our tax progress, but for Perhaps only grim necessity will correct your earlier attention. However, U sand of the nearly G0.000 clothing the immediate time before us we must It, but we ought to find a less drastic cannot end this limited address withOn last Friday evening the inbe content with the billion dolar re remedy. workers who went on strike November out a suggested amendment to the orNo duction in the draft upon the people. ganic law. Need for Freight Readjustment 14 are now back at work In shops that dependence singing class sang at and diminished irritations, uanisneu Opposes Nontaxable Bonds. The existing scheme of adjusting uncertainty and lmoroved methods of have settled with the unions, accord 11 y vour sustainment of freight rates has been favoring the Many of us belong to that school of ing to Benjamin Schlesinger, president Antioch church, .and the audience collection. the rigid economies already Inaugur basing points, until industries are at- thought which is hesitant about alterated, with honid-ro- r extension or tracted to some centers and repelled ing the fundamental law. I think our of the International Ladies' Garment were unanimous in their praise tax problems the tendency of wealth Workers' union. The 14.000 workers, these economies and added efficiencies from others. A great volume of unIn administration I believe further economic and wasteful transportation to seeli nontaxable investment, and reductions may be enacted and hin has attended, and the c6st increased the menacing increases of public debt, he says, are employed in 870 shops, of such classic singing. Rev. g accordingly. The dering burdens abolished. and federal, state and municipal, all justig and 340 more shops have applied to Joe Stotts was song leader. The- industries offer ample fy a proposal to change the ConstituIn these urgent economies we shall be Immensely assisted by the budget system Illustration, and the attending concention so as to end the Issue of nontaxthe nnoln chiefs for settlement. The able bonds No action can change the clothing workers walked out In pro- singhig was ensued by a spelling. for which you made provision in the ex tration Is readily apparent. The mentraordinary session. The nrst budget is aces In concentration are not limited status of the many billions outstandretarding influences on agricuing but we can guard against future test against resumption of the piecebefore you. Its preparation is a signal ,to the Manifestly Protracted services are in prothe conditions and encouragement of capital's paralysis, work system." achievement, and the perfection of the lture. system, a thing impossible in the few terms of railway transportation ought while a halt In the growth of public Increase this unwould Indebtedness be gress at Antioch, conducted by beneficial months available for its initial trial, will not to be permitted to We desirable tendency. have a just whole land. mark Its enactment as the beginning of pride in our great cities but we shall throughout our in the Constitution STATE-WID- E Such a change must MAY CALL STRIKE our efficient partor, Rev. Hale. the greatest reformation in governmental find a greater pride in the nation be very thoroughly considered before subpractices since the beginning of the re which has a larger distribution of Its mission. I suggest the consideration bepublic. population Intb the country; where cause the drift of wealth into nontaxable President of Kansas Federation of LaLast Saturday night someone As to Foreign Loans. comparatively smaller securities is hindering the flow of large bor Warns Governor Not to InterThere is pending a grant of authority communities may plant agricultural capital to our Industry, manufacturing, rode Tilden Wheeler's mule away manufacturing interests in har agricultural and ""carrying, until we aro to the administrative branch of the govfere With Meat Strikers. P. 9 and enhanced discouraging the very activities which ernment for the funding and settlement monious helpfulness from church, and after completfortune. Such a movement of our vast foreign loans, growing out make our wealth. no destruction of things of our grant of war credits. With the expressed desire Pittsburg, Kan., Dec. 7. A stateride, took the wrought, of investments made or InAgreeable to your with the purposesand hands of the executive branch held Im of wide strike of all labor unions may be ing his unwelcome potent to deal with these debts, we are wealth involved. It only looks to a the complete accord executive branches of the governhindering urgent readjustments among our general policy of transportation of disment, there is in Washington, as you called if Governor Allen Interferes in saddle off, turned the mule loose Bath-tub- s debtors ana accomplishing notmng ior tributed industry, and of highway happily know, an international conferand coffins are instrike of packing employees at to encourage the spread ence, most earnestly at work on plans con construction ourselves. I think it is fair for the with a knife for the gress to assume that the executive of our population ana restore the the limitation of armaments and a naval Kansas City, W. E. Freeman, presi- and cut the saddle cluded in the list of articles tax-ab- le branch of the government would adopt no proper balance between city and counholiday and the just settlement of probmajor policy in dealing with these mat try. The problem may well have your lems which might develop into causes of dent of the State Federation of Labor, then threw it in a fence corner, as luxuries by the German ters which would oonnict with tne purpose earnest attention. said here. "The calling of such a international disagreement , Sunday mornIt of congress In authorizing the loans, cer claim has been perhaps the proudest It is easy to believe a world hope is strike depends entirely upon the con- where it was found of our American civilization tainly not without asking congressional Government. centered on this capital city. A most approval, but there are minor problems that In dealing with human relationgratifying world accomplishment is not duct of Allen at Kansas City," Free- ing. Incident to prudent loan transactions and ships it has constantly moved toward Improbable. man said. Cochin China, stale eggs TO IJMnnillll Cli"l" llBKlllnli. ULLO UnnUllllI m 1 1 MEAT PRICES UP ERA OF PEACE AS STRIKE GROWS HOOFING and American Fence. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Stel Fence Posts Louisville, DEIiLEP BROS. 1 Con-cres- s: aeKaeKseieK I cy HAIL FIRE Protects In Field. In Barn Insurance lui.t-idt-r- , every Minute Insured ONLY by Henry Clay Agents SEE Columbia, Kentucky. Kinds Insurance W. T. PRICE, Agent quasi-Judici- al con-.fii- ct Setter Be Safe Than Sorry Those Who acted upon our advise Those before the Fire are not, are who I - nty-thr- ee 4 n w-- I It too late After the Fire Bet us before the next one ter occurs. diffl-jcu- si-- ns cut-ov- er town--whe- re legls-'lativ- - i ses-jsio- REED E BROS- I COLUMBIA, KY. et n. &nnmnmm EiBftA BS B 9 Substitutes la B H Tiiedford's Purely Vegetable i grain-millin- meat-packin- BI R&M HOiiiOUT 8 self-sufficie- nt i Liver Medicine es -- WEALTH IN PUBLIC DOMAINS Four HundredVlillion Acres of Land Remaining Are Estimated to Be Worth 5150,000,000,000. An untapped wealth,. estimated at a minimum of $150,000,- 000,000 is contained In the more than 400.000,000 acres of land still held in the nubile domain. Secretary FaU of (the Interior -- department says In his first annual report covering'the fiscal " year to last July. Washington. -" "History Is now repeating itself," says Sir. Fall ,"and after a period of unlimited expenditure In war measwith an additional 50,000,000,000 bar- ures and in preparing for war, it has ben found necessary to curtail such rels of shale oil. From the development of these re- expenditures to the utmost. I am jussources the federal government, Secre- tified in calling attention to the fact tary Fall says, would realize by way that the Department of the Interior, of royalties, rentals, etc., a total ol the home department, is fully equipped and prepared to do its part in the de512,387,500,000. velopment of those great natural reOn the Indian reservations it is essources which must be timated there are 600,000,000 barrels' if the tax burden upon so developed fording a basis for. settlement of the Rowtown, the this and future Irish question. ,of oil at 53,;$l,S0O,OO3',O0O. . with the score uenerationsJs to be borne at all." .( Coal and oil form the bulk of this wealth, the1' total coal deposits being estimated at 110,000,000,000 tops and the oil deposits at 1,325,000,000 barrels, In Mr. Walter Compton and family visited at the home of- - S. B. are much preferred to fresh IRISH PLAN PLEASES POPE Wooten, Saturday and Sunday. ones. Expresses Great Satisfaction Benedict glad to report the rapid We are on Hearing of Erin's Agreement' Marshal Focb, of the French improvement of Mrs. Spencer With Britain. army, receives a salary of 33,-0Wooten in her recent illness. Washington, Oct. 7. Pope Benedict, francs a year. On Saturday December, 3rd a i. message from Rome said, expressed great satisfaction on learning that an 'fast base ball game was played The escapement wheel of a "agreement 'had been reached by the delegates, af- between the Bird school and watch makes 781,000 revolutions British and Sinn Fein 00 63. latter winning every 12 months. S M r r ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "FREE STATE" FOR IRELAND British Government and Sinn Fein Reach Agreement on Peace. BE LOYAL '- PRINCE RENE I - - --mu ' -s '" - ''MsM r mS See My fi J Line of Clothing - ERIN Consent TO TO KING And Shoes New Styles and Low Prices- of Ulster Not Essential, as Northern Ireland Will Have Option of Withdrawing in Month and Have Boundry Lines Fixed. London, Dec. 7. - The Evening says that the government's proposal kor an Irish settlement upon which agreement was reached today, provide for an Irish free state, withdrawal of all military forces from and safeguards which will Insure peaceful conditions there. "Definite promises of allegiauce tc the empire by the Sinn Fein is provided in the Irish peace terms, the Central News states. The agreement, it says, is satisfactory to the kingin.that it Involves Ireland's association with the empire. The agreement reached by the British and Sinn Fein delegates binds both sides to recommend it to theli parliaments. It is a formal, detailed and conclusive document, and its terms prevent the necessity of further negotiations. 'Ulster O. K. Not Needed. Should the Dally EIreann agree to the document and a disagreement is not looked for, as It meets satisfactorily the points raised by the Sinn Fein It will be embodied in a bill and submitted to the British parliament, which is expected to be called in special session to consider it. The consent of Ulster is not required to make the new Irish agreement effective. She is given the option of withdrawing in a month, reverting then to her present status within territory to be decided by a boundary commission. While the agreement has been bent to Sir James Craig, the Ulster premier, an unfavorable decision from hlm will not prevent the scheme, from maturing. Provisional government will be formed In s.outhern Ireland, while the British parliament Is considering the agreement. On the question of allegiance a form of words was found 'which satisfied both the government and the Sinn Fein. The recognition of Ireland at on independent state it. said to be clear. Ire-lau- Dresses, Ladies,. Ready-to-wea- r Ladies' and Gents Underwear. Come Early for the Best Bargains.. I'rhHIteiif oi ourlxi!, brother of former Empress Zita, hnndsome. young and related to more than half the royal heads of Europe, is in Chicago as a guest of Edward HInes, the lumber magnate, and is said to be seeking a place with a large lumber or oil concern, with the idea of making his home Rene fought in the United States. with the French and objects to being classed with the Hapsburgs. - Chevrolet Automobiles Are Now Down. 490 Touring Car 525.00. Roadster 525.00. Light Delivery 525.00. They are are Durable and Easy Running. BILLIONS FOR THE U. S, Secretary Fall Tells of Wealth In Government Land. Declares in Annual Report That Royalties Can Be Obtained From 400,000,000 Acres. Washington, Dec. 7. An untapped wealth estimated at a minimum of $150,000,000,000 is contained in the more than 100,000,000 acres of land still held in the public domain, Sec- retary Fall of the interior department says in his first annual report, made public here. Coal and oil form the bulk of this wealth, the total coal deposits being estimated at 110,000,000,000 tons and t t t NEM PRICES ON BUCGIES AND WAGONS. . have a large supply 1 of the very best makes and 1 am selling them at living prices. Rid- - ing and walking plows, all kinds at I LIBERAL DISCOUNT for CASH, pt matters not what you need 11 on the farm, can please you in the article and price. Full Powers In Erin. The principle at last adopted by the government Is said to have been that ' of trusting Ireland fu'ly and giving her full power of decision without hampering her by conditions. It Is also understood that an ar-- ; ' rangement satisfactory to the Sinn Fein was reached regarding control of ' Irlsh ports by the navy. The agreement was signed on behalf ot the government of Prime Minister Lloyd George, Austen Chamberlain, Lord Birkenhead and Winston Spencer Churchill, and on behalf of the Sinn Fein by Arthur Griffith, Michael Coli , the oil deposits at 1,325,000,000. barrels, with an additional 50,000,000,000 barrels of shale oil. From the development of these resources the federal government, Secretary Falls says, would realize by way of royalties, rentals, etc., a total of $12,387,500,000. "History Is now have also a Full Line of General Merchandise. I lins and Robert C. Barton. Premeir Sir James Craig of Ulster has before him the further proposals for an Irish peace settlement which he announced last week he must receive by today or declare the peace parleys at an end. An agreement was reached by the British cabinet members and Sinn Fein delegates at an early hour this morning, and a copy of the modified terms which are subject to the action oi $75,000 OUT; BOY IS HELD the British parliament and the Dall Erieann was Immediately dispatched Youth Says He Gave Package of Bonds to Sir James by special messenger. to Another to Deliver to New Agreement Is Reached. The agreement, after a session which lasted more than three hours, came as unexpected justification of the feeble hopes expressed last night after a day ot ' it of mnfprpnpps one time unaerstooa mat tne negotia tlons had definitely broken down, and that only questions of continuing the truce in Ireland remained to be conlm-ir- repeating Itself," says Secretary Fall, "and after a period of unlimited expenditure In war measures and in preparing for war, In the creation of a navy, etc.. It has been found necessary to curtail such expen- dltures to the very utmost. I am justi- tied in calling attention to the fact that the department of interior the home department Is fully equipped and prepared to do Its part n the de- velopment of those great natural re sources, which must be so developed, if the burden upon this and future generations is to be borne at all." Secretary Fall devotes a considerable part of his report to reclamation projects, and in thls connection he urges that "an affirmative strong policy be announced by the executive." He declares the resources of that territory and "the wealth to be drawn therefrom in the future are almost t i WOODSON LEWI IGRJEENSBURG, KENTUCKY. 1 EAGLE"JVHKAD0" wcutHr-- Pencil No. 174 iwi j)K! X -f 5 Colun bia Barber Shop INXORAN" .Sc LOWE A Sanitary Shop, when, both Satisfaction.and For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades ij. !i X as ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND York Firm. Following the mysterious disappearance of $75,000 In negotiatable gold stock certificates, Benjamin Fullrnan, a messenger boy employed by Thompson & McKlnnon. was arrested and held on a charge of grand larceny. Fullman told the po lice he had completed deliveries of stocks and bonds to Wall street firms with the exception of taking the packet to William Cohen & Co.. when he noticed the time allotted for his triD had elapsed. He met another messenger whom he knew only as "Joe," who volunteered to deliver the package, Fullman added, and it was entrnsted to him. New York, Dec. 7. $75,-00- 0 EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us ,a Trial and be Convinced. Eastern newspapers that sup- The Way To Do It. ........ u-- n I sidered. Little thus far lias been learned as to the exact modifications In the government's terms, but it is Inferred that some formula concerning questions of ajlegiance to the crown has been dls- covered. It is pointed out that the dail elreann cabinet refused the government's terms only three days ago, and that the modification5; must be promising, from the Sinn Fein point of view, for their delegates to present them to their parliament. Three British and three Sinn Fein delegates signed the Irish peace agreement. They were: British Prem'er Lloyd George, Lord Dirkenhead and Winston Churchill. Irish Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins and R. C Barton. DRIVE AfeAINST GRAIN WEEVIL American Grain Warehouys Move to Eliminate $25,000,00 Yearly Loss. Louis, Mo., Dec. 7. A campaign aitmlnnte vearlv loss of S25.000.000 suffered from weevil in handling grain. n nnnounced by representatives of mpricnn chain of warehouses in. im convention here. Demonstrators will St . be sent throughout the country Instructing warehouse owners as to the most efficient method of marketing productsit was said. A.H. Greeley of .Cleveland, Ohio, was elected president , of the organization, ported Mr. Harding for election last year are taking much to heart the defeat of the President in the House of Representatives last week in the matter of the higher surtax rates. The President made an appeal to Republican members of the House at the last moment, but a sufficient number of them voted against PUT OFF his plea to cause rates not BILLS by the President Move Until Arms thought proper No Congressional Question Is Settled S?ys to be written into the bill. Then, Madden. why does not the President veto Washington, Dec. 7. Preparation of bill? Should he do so one both the army and navy appropriation the bills, providing funds for the fiscal more to his liking would be passyear beginning July 1, will be postpassed promptly. The poned until the arms conference has ed and threshed out the armament question, President may have been right Chairman Madden of the house apin this matter, out, 11 ne was propriations committee announces. right, he delayed taking a posiJ. P. Morgan Back From Europe. ' New York, Dec. 7. J. P. Morgan tion too long, A great deal can among the passengers on a liner was be accomplished at times by corn-pr- o due to arrive here from Southampton. anise, but at others it is necMr. Morgan had been abroad for four months essary to fight to get anything. Denies Betrothal. The President is a good hand at London, Dec. 7. Denial was given arguing for compromises, but, so at the home of Former Emperor Wil- far at least, not so good in fightliam at Doom, Holland, of the repprj .of his betrothal, says a dispatch ti ing for what he believes to be essential, Louisville Post. the Dally Mall, from Doom. ARMY-NAVY -. Ex-Kais- er If you toot your little tooter and lay away your horn, within a week there's not a soul will know that you were born. The man who tries to advertise by short and sudden jerks is the one who's always kicking because it never works. Hubbell's ' W. B. PATTESON GENERAL INSURANCE International Made-foiVleasu- re Clothes. - Second Floor, leffries Building. C03LXJVJDBii?L, KY. Our total annual consumption of tin is something like 93,000 we are tons. Unfortunately, obliged to import nearly all of it; 44 A Splendid Offer. Here is a proposition we make to for the United States has hardly eaders who want a city papar, but do P any tin deposits worth not want a daily: I $ :MRY W. DEPP, rEESTTISX the Adair County St. and the Moths and butterflies might News Globe Democrat for $1.90 per year, in not seem to us much value as Kentucky. To subscribers living in We will furnish Louis-Jwjce-a-week f Am permanently located Columbia. in food, but the Romans used them, other States 82.40. as well as beetles as an article The Twice-a-weeGlobe Democrat and newest papers of diet. is one cf the best published in this country. We do not long this proposition will The screscent symbol of the know-hoOttoman empire was adopted by hold good, therefore, if you want the papers, call oisend in your subscrip. Sultan Osman, its founder, in tion at once. k w All Classes of Dental Work Done. Crowning and Inlay Work Specialty. All Work! Guaranteed Office: nei6 door to post office. aj N the year 1290. 2 ttj-t- s. 4" THE'ADAIR 'COUNTYINEWS ftdair Amongtbe half dozen prominent Democrats of the State Published OnlTuesdays mentioned for the next GoverfU Colanv6iai Kentucky- nor of Kentucky, ia Gen. Jas. Garnett, of Louisville, but he has ,Editor lived in Frankfort and Louisville J E.MURRBUL.Man for the last eight or ten years. MRS. DAISYIHAMUBTT Coaivty NeJs DECIDE QUICKLY.' Everything that passes before the meeting of the Kentucky A Democratic Newspaperldevoted to the In terest of the city of Columbia'and the People I Adair and adjoining Counties. Entered at the Columba' Post-offl- ce as second mall matter. TUESDAY DEC. 13. 1921. SUBSCRIPTIONJPRICE: n Kentucky fl.50 $2.00 ntside of Kentucky AO Bubscrlptlons'areldue andlPayable in Last week wetstated in an ed itorial that Judge Marshall, of Shelbyville, had announced his candidacy for Appellate Judge in this district. This information was gathered from a writer on the Louisville Times. Since that statement appeared wej have received information perfectly reliable that Judge Marshall is not A candidate and will not offer for the nomination in opposition to JudgeJHurt, who he feels should be endorsed for n. little remarkable how quickly local politics subside. A few weeks ago, in Adair Tcounty nearly every body was discussing the county races and predicting the result. You could hear noth ing but ins wanted to stay in and .the outs wanted in.g Now you hear nothing of a local political nature, and every body is in the "best of humor. It is a AMRFROT Legislature adds to the possibility, we might say the probability, of the Legislature taking hold of the coal taxation problem and perHe is one of the best known emptorily settling the whole matDemocrats in Kentucky, and this ter by a tonnage tax upon coal. g part of the State, a scope This is what is going to happen thirty of forty counties, unless the coal men are ready by would support him to a man. the time the Legislature meets There is 'not a better mixer in with an alternative proposal. the Commonwealth, and there is Of course there is one other no discount as to his Democrary. possibility. The coal men may The Green river section of Ken put their fate in the hands of tucky would be more than glad certain more or less malodorous to support him. He is a vote lobbyists, and trust to those gengetter, and theJDemocratic party try to protect them from any inwould make no mistake in select- crease in taxes. The Evening ing him for the chief office of Post knows that the more reputthe State. He have heard noth- able of the coal men will not do ing fromSLGen, Garnett as to hia this, and it sincerely hopes, for intentions, but should he decide the good of the State and the to enter the contest, the News good of the coal section, that will do its bit. , this will not be done by any considerable number. For a vics Joseph P. Tumelty's tory in this Legislature, by vir- of Woodrow Wilson ture of the activities of profesclosed in the Courier-Journa- l sional lobbyists, would be about last Monday. No man, it matthe worst thing that could hapters not theS'politicalfparty he is pen to coal. The next Legisla affiliated with, read those articles ture would be certain to do somewithout concluding that Mr. Wilthing very radical. son is'iJa man.Jone who possesses The coal men should do one of the tenderest emotions, and two things, They should see whose'firstlove has been and is that, by the time the Legislafor his country. If the late ture meets, satisfactory assessPresident'had not been butcherassured, ed by Republican Senators who ments on coal lands are hated him for his greatness, the or they should prepare to accept World war would have been set- a moderate tonnage tax. Eventled and settled rightly soon ing Post. afterJMr. Wilson! returned from the Peace' Conference in Europe. A new prohibition measure will No greater man ever held the be introduced in the next Legisreigns! of this;; government, nor lature. It will make the manunever will, than Woodrow facture of whiskey a felony. The land upon Which a still is operated will be confiscated unless the owner can prove that the still was operated without his mum-berinremi-nisence- Christmas Suggestions For One And I All have a Larger and Better Assortment than Ever Before. Don't fail to see this Line. FOR GIRLS. Diamonds, Wrist Watches, Rings, Lavaleres, FOR BOYS. Watches, Chains, Cuff Links, Soft Collar Pins, Tie Pins, Rings, Belt Buckles, Chain Sets, Cigarette Cases, Shaving Sets, Military Sets, Fountain Pens, Collar Bags, Safety zors, Bill Folds, Flashlights, and Books. Ra- - Cameo Broaches, Mesh Bags, Donne Boxes, Leather Purse, Manicure Sets, Dresser Sets, Ivory, Pearl Necklaces, Photo Frames, Ko- daks, Stationery, and Books. A nice line of Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Clocks and Silverware. L. E.JEMELER YOUNG HllHHlinM MMHHi!g m m m Dohoney & Dohoney m m Headquarters For Santa Glaus Toys Of AH Kinds. Nice Selectioa Rugs, Rocking Chairs, Pyrex, Aluminum Blankets, Ladies and Gents m m w A-lSSi- h On the morning of the 6th, fire broke out in the business center of Hazard, Ky., and destroyed property to the value of $200,000 or $250,000. Strong Temperance Speech. Rev. G. W Hammond, of Wilmore. Ky., spoke at the Christian church last Tuesday night Jn the in the in terest of the Anti Saloon League. He is a fluent talker and quite a num- Furnishings, Notions, Etc. ttjtf Next Door to News Office. Give U Vf A Call Phone 12. r m vvf t or Your enta e laraity I j AHIS Christmas, why not do away with innumerable small and useless gifts to the members of your family and invest the money they would' cost, in the gift supreme? 1 THE NEW DIAMOND AM BEROLA Your family will enjoy the Ambcrola not merely on Christmas, but for months and years to come. Good music is always a boon to the home, and because the AmSerola plays the best operatic, classical and popular airs, it satisfies every musical taste. Here is a gift that will make your home brighter cheerier happier from the very 'first tune it plays on Christmas morning. The Edison Amberola is the world's greatest phonograph value a perfect musical instrument sold at a remarkably low price. But even this moderate amount may be divided into payments which you ,will scarcely feel, because they can be made practically at your own convenience. ber heard him. He showed the progress of the temperance people in Kentucky in putting down the sale and manufacture of ardent spirits, and praised the prohibition enforcement officers for the work they are doing. He predicted that it would not be long until the bootleggers and those who illegally manufacture liquor effectually driven from the would be land, or that they would change from law breakers to law enforcement But It will take activity to accomplish this, as the liquor forces were up in arms in an effort to repeal the Volstead Act They will use all the money,' energy and influence to make the next Congress wet by repealing the said act. On entering the church the grades of the public school contested, a silk flag being offered for the grades receiving the largest number of votes. The 5th and 6th grades won. FOR SALE. wwmmwmwmmmwwm mmmwmmmmmmmmm WHEN NERVES ARE UNSTRUNG Glide's Pepto-Manga- n Pl, ffl"masi:'MirSSSiit& iwi Jill TrTT ii ifTiw eSSESg III ftr - :Z"" I II llllll I UlifA W&& Builds Up Vigor and Strenghth There are times when men and women cannot help losing strength. They try to do too much or they lose sleep or do not eat enough food that nourishes. Blood becomes sluggish because poisons clog it. Frances grow pale and pasty looking. It is not long before nerves get unstrung. The best way to start a change for the better iB to take a course of Gude's It builds the blood. The weakness from a lack of red cells in the blood is overcome. Gude's n sends a freah supply of through the red cells streaming pure and free blood. Good blood, from poisons, starts building vigor and strength. Sleep is better, appetite keener, so that the body becomes Druggists' have properly nourished. in both liquid Gude's Pepto-Mang- an and tablet form, The name "Gude's is on the package. Advertisement. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan" ROLLJ0OFIM6S CAREY fP Land A Suitable for Stock 635 Farm. Three Days of Good Music FREE! Come in today, hear the Amberola, it to your home for three days free trial. to this offer it is a real opportunity to your home without cost or obligation. write or phone today. and ask us to deliver There are no strings enjoy good music in If you can't come, HERBERT ITAYLOR COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. acres timber land surrounded by good farms, with many never failing spring,8 branches Located on Dunnville road, one mile notrh Webbs X Koads. Land mostly level and gently rolling. Would make fine stock farm. Plenty of timber for improvements. Many big Chestnuts. Turkeys were brought and driven Address to the poultry houses of this place in S. H. Hewbold, great numbers last week. In one 314 West Chestnut St., drove there were over three hundred. Louisville, Ky. The News $1;50 in Ky, . Pepto-Manga. "-- tract shingles. or They can be laid in a small fraction of the time it takes to lay other kinds of roofing. In spite of their low cost Carey Roll Roof-ing- s serve from 10 to 20 years depending on weight of the particular roofing. If coated the . occasionally, they will last much longer. Thus Carey Roll Roofings represent the LOWEST POSSIBLE COST PER YEAR OF SERVICE. Asphalt Roll Roofings cost but a of the price of tile, slate, metal, DAVIS HARDWARE CO,, Columbia, Kentucky. 7-- 4t Advertise In The News . : tJ jf?T. -- v S. ' HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COMMISSIONER'S & SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Greeusburg Deposit Bank &c. Piff vs ) 1 V W. B. Goff &c Defendant, By vlrture of a Judgment aqd Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render ed at the Nov. Term, thereof 1921,in the above cause, for the sura of $200 with 6 per cent interest from the 29fch dav or March 1921,and the sum of $318 00 51 - x. ia y v .. a? A c LI m,M$ Has . for men -for women. gloves GLOVES give you full value for your money. But more than that, they reveal discrimination in the selection of good things to wear. They are faultless in style, shades and workmanship. We invite you to see our new showing of imported and domestic models in styles to suit any particular need. CTETSON Hatcher Mitchell Co., Campbellsville, Kentucky, Can supply you with these Goods and Many other Articles that you will be wanting. PERSONAL Millard Young was in Louisville last week. Judge H. C. Baker is reported some better. Miss Nettie Clarke Grissom is critically ill; Mr. Jo Henson, Dunnville, was here last Thursday. Mr. T. W. Adams, Louisville, was here last Thursday. Mr. Kolliu Browning, of Louisville, is here for a few days. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was in Columbia a few dajs ago. Mr. Leon Lewis made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr. S. B. Dunbar, of Russell county, was in Columbia last Friday. Mr. E It. Silvers Knoxville, was at the Jeffries Hotel last Thursday. business in Columbia a few days since Mr. P. A. Statcn, Louisville, was seen upon our streets a few dajs ago Mr. Byron Montgomery spent Sunday and Monday with his family here. Mr. J. S. Breeding has returned to Columbia after an absence of a month. J. W. Yaughan By virture of a Juggment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the July Term, thereof. 1921, in the above cause, for the sum of 313G.73 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 5, day of July 1921, until paid, and $55 10 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer door in for sale at the Court-hous- e Mr. W. E. Green way and Mr. Clar-anc-e Columbia, Ky , to the highest bidder, Coleman, the former from Louis- at Public auction, on Monday the 2nd. e ville, the latter, Danville, both day of Jan. 1922, atone o'clock P. M , Mr. It. F. Iiowe, who is in a Louiswere in Columbia or thereabout (being county court) inspectors, ville hospital, is reported improving last Wednesday forenoon. Mr Cole- upon a credit of six months the follow-iuMr. M. K. Burton, Somerset, had newspaper a 1 post-otlic- har duties at the Bank of Columbia Monday morning. Her many friends are glad that she has been restored to health. Mrs. S. L. Eiunaird, of Red Lick, who visited two weeks with her daughters, Mrs. G. T. Flowers and Mrs. James Menzies, returned home last week. Mr, T. W. Sweeatt, of Louisvslle, a government inspector, was here last Wednesday, en ronte to Creelsboro, to examine a mocor boat recently put on the river by J. E. Carnaham, an oil and gasoline dealer. Mr. S. W. Browning, who left this county ten years ago, is now visiting relatives in Adair county. His home has been in Eldorado, Kansas for several years He is a brother of Chas and Sam Browning. Miss Sue Baker resumed with 6 per cent per annum from the 1st, day of March 1921, until paid, and 888 00 costs herein. I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the Court-housColumbia, Ky , to the highest bid in der, at. Public Auction, on Monday the 2nd, day of Jan 1292. at one o'clock P. M. or thereabout (beiner County court,) upon a credit, of six months, the following described property, to wit: A certain tract of land, on the waters of Blue Lick Branch of Caney Fork of Russell Creek, the greater part of which lies in Adair County, Keniucky. Said tract of land contains CO acres more or less, and adjoins the lands of Waller Blakeman, George H Squires, B. W. Penick deceased, T. H Tutt deceased, and R. Sebastian deceased For complete description reference is make to the judgment,plead ings and order of sale in the above styled action. For the purchased price, the purchaser, with approved sarety or securities, must execute 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 comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. e THE UNIVERSAL CAR FORD ANNOUNCEMENT. For a limited time only we will offer all types of FORD Cars, Truck and Tractors, on the twelve months time payment plan. This offer is subject to withdrawal at our convenience, as we have only a limited number of Cars, Trucks and Tractors that we can place on such easy terms. Car. nothing that will bring more joy to a household on Christmas morn, than a FORD Let a FORD be a Christmas present for the entire family this Christmas. THINK IT is There OVER. Below is the way the time payment plan figures on the Touring Cars less starters. TOURING CAR, plan, without starter, f. o. b. Columbia. . . .$419.12 INTEREST and INSURANCE, fire and theft 2 ,39 1 TOTAL ONE THIRD CASH PAYMENT BALANCE DUE IN MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS. AMOUNT DUE PER?. MONTH We will gladly explain to you .. 440.51 146.84 293.67 24.47 how you can secure any type of FORD Car or Tractor on the above time payment plan. Your first payment and also your monthly payment will depend on Note our price will always be figured delivered at Columbia. the style of Car you should purchase. 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. Let's have your order for immediate or Spring delivery.. after-servic- e We are here permanently for on cars that we sell. A. C. C. COMMISSIONER'S SAlE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCCY. . are limited, we can only secure so many each month. In the twelve 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. Make the family happy on Christmas morn. Again let ut Our allotment, of Cars repeat; THINK IT OVER. W. L. Farris Plaintiff, va &c Defendant ) r The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORA TED. Columbia and Campbellsville. ?Res. Phoxe 13-- B. Business Phone 13-- A $$$$$$$$ 1 (IF ir. $$$$ frJ who-spend J. N Murrell Patronize Home Industry Buying your Gasoline at Home, where it is Produced, Refined and Sold by a Company Their Money in Developing your County. g DENTIST man is also correspondent. Mr. F. A. Flatt, Creelsboro, was here on special business, a few days since. Mr. Herman Barnett arrived the first of last week, with a view of hunting a few days. Mr. V. B. Morgan, Cincinnati, was registered at the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. Whitaker, Louisville, Mr. G. W made a business trip to this place, last Tuesday. "W. Yoils. wife and daughter, Mr. J. of Jamestown, were in Columbia a A certain tract of land, lying in few days ago. Adair County Kentucky, on the watW. H. Wilson, of Campbells- ers of Rock Lick Creek of Harrods-forMrs. ville spent several days with relatives hCreek, and contains 156 acres here last week. more or less and adjoins the lands of Mr. J. F. Shaw, the popular travel- Josiah Campbell, George Stone and but there is reserved ing salesman, of Nashville, spent Sun- others, day in Columbia. out of the boundry a small boundry as Bird School house lot, and Mr. Eugene Wethington, Clements-vill- e known about one half was with friends here the latter supposed to coutain complete description referacre. For part of last week. ence is made to the judgment, pleadMr. T. W. Adams, member of-tings and order of sale in the above Kedtucky Motor Club, was at Jeff-lie- s styled action. Hotel last Friday. For the purchase price, the purchasMr. S. E. Kerr, a prominent busi- er, with approved surety or securities, ness man of Campbellsville, was in must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid Columbia last Thursday. Mr. R. J. Lyon and Will Callison, and having the force and effect of a Company, were Judgment. Bidders will be prepared of the Buchanan-Lyo- n promptly with there terms. In Columbia last week, selling auto- to comply W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, mobiles. k he A cerdescribed property, lying in Adair coun tain tract of land ty Ky., on the waters of Caney Fork Creek. Beginning at a stone in the COMMISSIONER'S SalE. line of Ned and Bob Bridgwaters, S, W. 328 yards to a sycamore, Mrs. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT corner, thence E 81 yards to a OF KENTUCKY. stone in said Mrs, Ingram's line, Plaintiff, ) N. M. Tutt thence a little N E 328 yards' to a vs ) Deft T. II. Smith &c, stone in Mrs. Smith's line, thence By virture of a Judgment and Order with said line west 81 yards to the containing 5 aces more or of Sale of Adair Circuit court, rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof, 1921, in less. For t$e purchase price, the purchasthej above cause, 1 shall proceed to door er, with approved surety or securities, offer for sale at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- must execute Bond, bearing legal from the day of sale until paid, der, at public Auction, on Monday the 2nd, day of Jan. 1922, at one o'clock and having the force and effect of a Bidders will be prepared p. m. or tnereauout loeing ciounoy judgment Court,) upon a credit of six months, to comply promptly with there terms, W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. the following described property, well-know- n to-wi- t: & 'Abt Office, Front Rooms Jefhies'BTdg. Give it a trial and Buy also CUMBERLAND E. Ing-gra- UPSTAIRS. KING GASOLINE, COLUMBIA, KY try their KERO-SINSold by their Agets nt Columbia, Russell Springs, Dunnville and other points. Write of Phone S. -- s The Carnahan Oil Refining ing corner to said 53 acre tract of said Humphreys on a double black oak at 64 poles, thence N 21 E 108 poles, crossing Edmon Hardings spring branch to a white oak and black oak, both down, and dogwood marked corner to Martin Waggener thence with his line N 70 E. 86 poles crossing the aforesaid spring branch to a black oak and dead Ironwood on . a hill side, thence with Barnett's line S. 21 W 108 poles to the beginning, being same land willed by John Bridgewater to his wife and children by will of record in the Adair County Court Clerks office. C. J. Davis, Mgr. - Co. reeisDoro, rvcntucKy, Vn 5 st to-wi- t: A. C. C. COMMISSIONERS SALE. Ball Band Rubber Foot I Wear ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Have a Full Stock of Boots, Rubber Shoes, High and Low Top Shoes ana Light Weight Rubbers. Prices Right. Mrs. Helen Crandall, who has been visiting her son, John, in the State of Washington, returned home last Friday night. H. T. Baker Admr, & others Piff vs Elorinda Schooling & others Deft ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render-e- d at the Nov. term, thereof, 1921, m the above cause, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the Court-housin Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 2nd, day of Jan.. 1922, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout (County Court,) upon a creo.lt of six months the folA lowing described property certain tract or parcel of land lying in Adair county Ky., on the waters of Green River, and containing 57 acres more or less, and bounded as follows, A. C. C. Beginning at a chestnut and dogwood, -- Parsnips and salsify. Barnett's corner on a line of a 53 acre Mrs. Hamlett, tract of Humphreys, 'thence with said Columbia, Ky. line S 70, E 86 pole to a black oak pass-e -to-wi- For the purchase price,the purchaser, with approved surety or secntitles, must execute 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 comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. A. C. C. l. Lindsey m:. (flfilson Cane Valley, Kentucky. SMITH -- Training Schjroil Prepares for College ofgLife Coursesin High School, Rates Gr-d- s, Type Writer Ribbons. t. ribbons for sale, thelOIiver, Remington and Smith '.Premier. Call while they last. We have type-writer Music and Expression, Athletics $162.00 a Year. Fall Term Opens Sept. 6, 192L The concrete engine houss has been completed. It is a splendid house and was built by Charles Murrell: who lives out of own. , R. $. Seiiet, Priiv. Colanv6ia, L Advertise in The News if you wish to sell or bugj . 4 ' 4wfx - J - ..J- - Ar -- f ;.. ADA J IL COUNTY MEW vJhe Country Banker. ? The country banker, long the 2awy of his community, is a man in these 3lsV3 of reconstruction. Like Ee preacher and the doctor the banker stands close to &e daily life of the farmer and .3fockman. In fact, he often has :3Lar more intimate knowledge ,o the financial failings of many af "his clients than., the doctor i2es the physical or the pastor 'itffb religious shortcomings. The country hanker has passed thru a strenuous two years. Ilfce-er- a of reconstruction after "'Sfee'Wbrld War debacle found Sis in a most trying position. ?&g customers were hardest hit ail all citizens, due to the fact tcfeat agricultural products were 'd$e3ated before and to a greater isstent than were most manufactured lines. Consequently 2ie country banker was swamp- zcL with requests for extensions V3&.&. new loans. It is more difficult by far for sgbs rural banker to turn down 2Hs customers than it is for the zi& financier. The former 3xj?.ws his clients by their first vssme He went to school with tLm, has eaten at their homes. TSFz&arally he takes the financial sstresB of his customers more to i3sart as a personal affair. Tfee city banker does not face He is intimately with but few of his Most of them do not tCBie tG his as individuals but mash-to-be-piti- ed ntry -- tinued party ascendency. The growing impression of the part that "race solidarity" plays in keeping the Republican machine above water emphasized by. the fact that a 20,000 white majority in Louisville did not surfice.. to to win over the solid vote ot 27, OOOScolored voters also entered in. And lastly, the State of Kentucky, and with good reason, ac cepted the election of Mr. Searcy himself as Republican National Committeeman as meaning that the Louisville machine has captured the party in the State, and mean to rule it. Louisville Post. Ten Reasons foi Success. X One of America's most success- ful retailers recently summoned up the ten reasons for his success as follows, says the "Advertising World:" 1. He kept up with the times. 2. He did not try to do everything himself. 3. He took time for exercise and relaxation. 4. He maintained efficiency by developing able help. 5. He did not permit system to run into red tape. 6. He did not practice che jse-pari- ng want the phonograph . that's Mhstwith the Hits popular youngfolks don't want todance to of last month. They want the newest the latest the best song hits. They want their music direct from Broadway. That's why they all insist upon the New Edison. Edison is always ten days to three months ahead with the popular music. The "Edison Bunch on Broadway" gets every new song, musical comedy and dance-hi- t the moment it breaks. Mr. Edison's own marvelous new process of manufacturing makes them into technically "perfect in the fastest possible time. Tests of direct comparison have proved that the New Edison these hits with Broadway's true pep and flavor, because there is nodifference between the original music and the TODAY'S economy. He did worth while. 7. 8 ie little things Re-Creatio- ns tas-ordea- l. ted cus-'SosRe- rs. He developed his capacity for large things by avoiding the pitfalls of detail. He took frequent inventory of himself and his stock, and 9. Re-Creat- es I IIP raftHIE k Re-Creat- ed music. With the city 10. He was a regulpr and conSaccfker loan rejection is a cold sistent advertiser. Sifcoded perfunctory affair, soon istnefeen, soon forgotten. sBafl The Reporter teels that the mm 53 Siarg weary road of industrial wrm cirdl agricultural stagnation has 5wa nearly traversed. We may ae some time yet in reaching the caad sunlit highway good times money but there is a 3!esl of consolation in the thought Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. it&st in all probability we have 1, Bluford, 111., got rid of vaosuestionably gone through the her ills. "During I was awfully weak . . . vWGsst of the mire and have only My pains were terrific. I thought I would die. The tSS&s 'brighter, better things to beanng-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could 'jt?k for. not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower The average country banker .. Fart of my stomach .was ??M. welcome the restoration of felt as if life for but a short time. My normal good times as much or husband was worried . . . One evening, while read:.ine perhaps than any of us. ing the Birthday Almanac, he came across a SHEetiBS carrld a load that few on case similar to mine, and rXfce outside fully realize. went straight for some 'se?iresenting 'sacpcrations. so-call- ed "soulless" last, but not least II lr HI fu t delivered to your Christmas tree (EHm your own first payment) jOf jfy cost Mr. Edison three million dollars to make the New Edison the perfect instrument it is. You can have it in your home delivered to your Christmas' tree for any amount you choose to pay as an initial deposit. It need be sufficient only to indicate your good faith. Pay no more until next year. Then budget the balance according to your convenience. Come in or send the coupon for the details of the Christmas Deposit Plan. It K tBc-aBie- r Pains Were Terrific iprt V FiJWPnVuWftTjBfcwHl l mmtfjflrA. Herbert Taylor ... mmmtMMm j& 7 ITBbi jtTcft finSvk C) LUMBIA, A 4 ft Z&NEW EDISON " Democrats Made Decisive Gains. ed. Cardui for me to try. Mr. Searcy's Views. Searcy, the boss, says that the rea-asuch large majorities were railed up in Kentucky for Demo-ei-e atie candidates in November is rt&t the Postoffice Department 2& Washington did not lop off the 'Seeds of the of Democratic post otssters rapidly enough, and fill ith.e places with "good Republicans. " And Mr. bearcy adds fiat the work is to be accelerated will go on rapidly in the ""Mr. Chesles Re-tcblic- an fu-3uss- re. AW -- I TAKE Part of this result can FreaRs of the' Wind ss Searcy .believes this; we donot know. Our -- gtreEB would have been that he 4&ai s good deal more sense. Of rtsounse the explanation is ridicu-I.&hiThe people of Kentucky Ifeave turned against the or rather against the 'iHJepublican machine, for a variety a reasons all good. The failure 3f Governor Morrow's adminis-jbatio- n to equalize taxes unques-iiabl- y played a big part. The pardon was simply destructive to Republican hopes of con- s. Republi-2ai!vparty Jt may be that Mr. The elections held in various states November 8th would indicate a good beginning in the reThe Woman's Tonic turn to political normalicy. Such a decided drift, occurring in a general congressional election, or "I took it faithfully and were immedthe results in the presidential election would iate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get bet- worn place the Democrats in power. ter, all my ills left me, It is true that not a great deal iP, unA I wpnt ihmnoh . . was gained in the election in the P-- 3 with no further trouble. way of offices or new power, but my. uauy wta mi tuu strong, and myself thank much is accomplished for the fuSFl God am once more hale ture by the heartehTng influence and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, of decided victories in half a though 44 years old, feel dozen state3, giving proof that like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For it is easily possibly to turn the many years Cardui has Republicans out of the House of been found helpful in Representatives next fall. Jjuilding up the system SB . 5 when run down by disorders peculiar to women. UP Take Cardui 1.82 While the election in.New York has attracted the greater attention, those in Virginia, Kentucky TT and Maryland were very impor-aas showing that the Republican high tide of a year ago has been rolled back,"" and that all danger of breaking the solid Democratic South has again pass nt doutbtless be traced to the President's blunder in going into the heart of the South as the guest of the Southern white people and saying at Birmingham "Whether you like it or nor, you have to give the negro political and economic equality." This came when Col. Anderson, the Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia, was running on a platform that called for the removal of all restrictions on negro suffrage in the State. He was defeated by the largest majority ever rolled, up in the Old Dominion, eyen the Slemp district, Republican for years, going Democratic. In a year from now Slemp has to go before the peo1600 Demople and overcome cratic majority in his district. If the result in New York means anything, it means that the Democrats can look forward to the election of a Governor and a full state ticket next fall. A strong young Democratic candidate would win. While Garnett and James Bugg Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist s of a were driving along the road near Mjtjot?.! attention tveo,"Disfcasa the residence of R. L. Purdom Domest Animals last Friday during the storm, jUlcea UN . I miioi own, or the wind was blowing such a own rca- gale and limbs were falling Columbia, Kv about them, makiner their further progress dangerous, so they left their horse standing near a fence and ran to the Purdom home for shelter. After Used Years the storm subsided, when they returned for their horse they found that the wind had lifted the bugjjy and blown it over the fence. The horse, still hitched but unhurt, stood trembling with fear on one side of the fen.e, while the buggy, uninThe Woman's Tonic jured was on the other side. ( Harrodsburg Herald. Sold Everywhere J Japan occupies a prominent r.a m place among the countries of the world in the possession of Fifty-thre- e railway cars were mineral springs rich in radium emanations. They are found ex- required to carry the furniture clusively in granite regions. of the to Holland. ! I iL. H. - Jones I ! i ' 40 ex-Kais- er Wk'.R 'XTTY MSfl N the estate, however, Miss Ctwbc ford often told her friends 2sk3 left her almost penniless. Sfe-sp- ite the fact that she had besmi reared in the lap of luxury,. csbSst to find herself suddenly Ht; with nothing,. Miss CrawfoaS never lost her optimistic ccsl cheerful nature. The CrawfKxt family home for years was- nix. Ninth and Jefferson Street?.-M- r. Crawford for a long tiaa was president of the Farmer!? Drovers' Bank. Miss CrawicssSj was born and reared here. In. connection with Miss Craw ford's early life it is of inters . to medical men especially, tlS as a child she was operated upoc.t by Dr. Samuel D. Gross, one- sil the leading surgeons of his taught surgery at the University of Louisville for eight sr ten years and later was calleaJtc the chair of surgery of the Jefferson Medical College,-- Philadelphia. char-wh- o making his comparison Dr. W. V. Bingham is Director of Research, Carnegie Institute of Technology. He scored his comparison on a Phonograph Comparison Card. Come in, get one. It will help you select your Christmas phonograph. 5SS5s:F Um mi ; ill r " JY M i! .. rt ,"-- fK ' J r"i,nl fc.7 -- L&-f- t1"' p. Pu. T Miss Crawford was the lasS afr what was once' a noted sscS " ff!9r'"- - From an aciuatPhotbrabh 'MBBaMMMMHa 11 jt cswsSdi -ZC - C j wealthy family. She has- zisn near relatives. Attwood R Mar-ti- n, - 16 Eastern Parkway, aaci Miss Kate Barbaroux are cousins. second V IllS was the NEW EDISON of Research at Carnegie Institute of Technology, ran a test to determine which is the best phonograph. v n Four different phonographs, all makes, were entered. The New Edison triumphed. Not only did it prove itself the best phonograph in general, but also best in every single department of pho nograph excellence. It captured all nine tests. well-know- On October 24, 1921, Dr. W. V. Bingham, yourlamih JLUiJUIUAO FILL IN YOUR OttW Fll&TPXmmT You pay no more till Give it to This proves 'again that the New Edison alone sic Re-Creates is an entirely different mu- kind of instrument. It perfectly that there is no difference between so Re-Create- d music and original music. It alone brings the true beauties of the human voice and the human played instrument. If it is hard for you to believe this, make the same comparison Dr. Bingham made. Hear how Frieda Hempel sounds on the other phonographs; then hear her real voice on the New Edison. Rachmaninoff, too, and other artists for the New Edison have made talking-machineand records for These all afford you opportunity for true comparison. Come in. Let us supply you with the same kind of Phonograph Comparison Card Dr. Bingham used. Do this before you de cide on the purchase of your Christmas Phonograph. Phonograph Comparison Cards are free for the asking. Get yours & now nnstmas is near. Re-Creations Forty years rgo, Miss Czssp--ford- , in company with 'Susan: and Maria Mitels the woman sculptor, cast T&sr first vote in Colorado. She BjeS always been a vigorous suffrages; , Funeral services are to e Epsk held at the Fourth-avenu- e byterian Church, of which Wx& Crawford was a lifelong mssc ber, at 11 o'clock tomoisow morning. Burial will be m Cssae Hill Cemetery. Louis villeSTisww 2?-Anth- ony Public Education. s. "What is the, new Legislature going to do for public education?" inquires a newspaper k2 w next year. Then budget the balanceaccordmg to your convenience. & , 4 Send the coupon tor lull details . HERBERT TAYLOR. Columbia, Kentucky. & ' Coal Taxation y r . The Louisville Post recently contained quite an exhaustive editorial on the question of coal taxation. We fully agree with our Louisville neighbor that the richest part of the State is Eastern Kentucky, where the won derful coal fields are located, and" thst this section pays the smallest amount of taxes to support the State government. We can go even further than the Post does in its editorial and point out the fact that what comes out of the earth in the way of coal and oil are the only profitable productions of the land, as the cultivation of the soil makes hardly a living for the average farmer. Coal is much higher than before the war while tion. farm products are below the cost We are not prepared to say of production.- - The coal fields of , whether there should be an in Eastern Kentucky have made creased assessment on the coal many millionaires in the last ten fields which are being operated years, while the cultivation- of or whether there should be a - has made no millionaires. the They have dollars in the coal areas of Kentucky where we have cents inthe farming section, Most of these rich coal prodncing counties are in the pauper list, that is, they receive more money from the State of Kentucky than they pay into the the State Treasury, while the 85 revenue paying counties, those which pay in more than they get out, are agricultural counties, with the exception of a few large cities. In other words at this presont time the counties which are not making any money out of the cultivation of the soil are helping to pay to support the counties which are getting enormously rich out of coal produc&oil specific tax on coal per ton as it it is onorous to bear them. While is produced from the mines. We the revenues of the State are have not sufficient detailed in- many millions larger under this formation to come to an intelli- Administration than they were gent conclusion as which of these under the previous Administrapians wouia oe oetter, but we J tion the fact stands out that the are sure of one thing beyond any debt of the State in outstanding i t cording to Dr. August Schach-ne- r, question, that the rich counties of Eastern Kentucky, where coal is produced, should bear their just poportion of State taxation which they are now escaping. However, we do not agree with the Post that it should be done because the State needs more money, but rather because the burdens of taxation should be equalized. We do not think the State needs more money. The revenue of the State has been enormously increased in the last two years by the very heavy increase in the asessment of farming lands. Unreasonable burdens have been put upon the farme'rs at the very time when the condition of is at such a1 low ebb .that agri-cultur- warrants has not been reduced. The State needs economy instead of more money but at the same time there is a necessity for the coal counties to pay more taxes, in order that the agricultural counties shalL pay less. Etown News. who was called after the body was found. Miss Crawford had not been feeling well Thursday, but her condition was, not considered serious by her friends or by Mrs. S. R Shepard, with whom she made her home. A coincidence is that Miss Crawford was the granddaughter of Jane Todd Crawford, upon whom Dr. Ephraim McDowell e performed the first ovariotomy in December, 1809, at her home in Danville, and that Dr. Schach-ne- r has just published a volume Death of a Prominent Woman. on Dr. McDowell's life and Howell CrawMiss Amelia M. Crawford, 88 work. Thomas years old, daughter of Thomas ford was the youngest child of Jane Todd Crawford. Howell Crawford, who was MayWas Only Child. or of Louisville before the Civil Miss Amelia Crawford was the War, was found dead in the bathtub of her home, 1,000 South only child of the former Mayor, Fourth Street, at 1 o'clock this who, when he was fatally burnmorning. She had not been Iin ed in a gas explosion, left her a ill health and her sudden death substantial estate upon his" death? was due to a heart attack, ac Unfortunate investments 'out of Central Kentucky. Well, the first thing it can aseS should do is to provide adeqt&ate-fun- ds for the University of Kentucky. We are not exactly cfezjr what else it can or should dx The people have rejected thfe-- . two educational amendments && the State Constitution that woafa-havmade it possible to create,., through legislative enactmeni . a.new State Board of EducsiiQs. with powers to choose of Schools, aoc to give, something out of fund for the poorer com ties. With those two accreocs-men- ts dead, it would seem that: four opportunities legislative school improvement are smsi. In this connection it must be remembered that the last Legislature put through an excelJeafc school program. No longer are county superintendents of school elected by popular vote and school tax more adequate: than anything that had gone before has been provided for. The best thing that the new Legislature can do about education is to see to it that no backward step is taken. Althrongb th& proposed amendments lost, tharas have been great gains in the pasfc few years-- . Not one of tfees-mus be relinquished. Post. e the-schoo- l st Loois-viBE- In the United States" are near ly seven million men and womesa who cannot read and speak One prick from the poisossecll darts, as used in the MaJaysci' Archipelago, will causa deoHssar half an hour- -" "? . fEi COMMISSIONER'S t&SBbXfLB. ADAIR SALE. COUNTY NEWS.1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. H. J. Henson Pltff ) IZGCJZ. (Tedder Plff. f rEbKiaian Haskins Deft &y virture of a Judement and Order ciCSale of Adair Circuit Court, ren ttourad atthe Nov, term, thereof, 1921, tux the above cause, for the sum of -- Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov Term, thereof, 1921, In the above cause, for the sum of $150 00 '. 283 with the interest at the rate of 6 with 6 per cent, interest from the 31st day of March, 1911, and the sura of t;S$orT cent per annum from 23 day of .ftiugust 1919, until paid, and $54 10 86G4.27 with 6 per cent, per annum, cx,-st herein, I shall proceed to offer from the 2nd day of March, 1920, until door in paid, and $104.50 costs herein, I shall Vfixn 3ale at the Court-lious- e Bonmbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, proceed to offer for sale at the Court-G." Public Auction, on Monday the house door in Columbia, Ky., to the JiGrL, 'day of Jan, 1922, at one o'clock highest bidder, at Public Auction, on ' 3!i M.. or thereabout (being County Monday, the 2nd day of Jan , 1922, at -Chscrt,) upon a credit of six months One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (be-- stfcys "following described property to ing County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described A certain tract of certain tract of land lying in property, &&ii: County, Ky., on the waters of land situated in Adair County Kentucky on the waters of Sulphur Fork -- 'jdsaoa River, containing: 12 acres more eas, and bounded on the Eist by Creek, and containing about 49 acres, 4 miles fcJSas lands of Henry Evaus, on the said tract of land lies about Ky and about li TSTccrth by the lands of Henry Grant on from Columbia, miles east of Garlin Postoffice, and ad"Stefe west by the lands of Sarah and en the South of the joins the lands of J. E Burton, T. A 'toads of Frank Neat Jr and being the Bryant, Clem Burton & W. A. Coffey, -- swsae land conveyed by Oscar Evans to Morris Bros , Octavia Cole, and J. W. complete descripf'SSas defendant, Sherman Haskins by Burton, dee'd For is made to the Judg5csed dated the 21st day of March 1918 tion refer3nce ment, pleadings and order of sale wwitch deed is now of record in the County Court clerks office in For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, luoi book No 34 page 522 execute Bond, bearing legal inE'er the purchase price, the purehas-'2- , must terest from the day of sale until paid, with approved surety or securities, - and having the force and effect of a i arjct, execute bond bearing legal interasTj'jrom the day of sale until paid.and Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Haxmag the force and effect of a W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner, Bidders will be prepared to --- J. I vs Curry &c $10,000 Ten Thousand Dollar Stock Of Merchandise Must Be Sold -- Ten Days Of Slaughtered Prices l. to-wi- t: Dec. Men and 14 to 24 Sweater Coats. I .J Attend this Great Sale and Buy Goods at Your Own Prices. Every Article in the house Cut for this Sale. Nothing Escapes the Knife. Young Men's Clothing. Corsets. A nice lot of corsets of the Best Brand. Such as Madame Grace, College Girl, Warners Rust Proof, and other well known Brands, size 18 to 30, at less than half regular prices. s, Furniture and Rugs. Mens all wool slip on $5.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.00 $ .25 $1.25 1 . Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Note These Reductions. $30.00 Suits $22.50. 25.00 and $27.50 Suits $19,85. J $20.00 Suits $16.45. Dresses a Big Saving. $18.00 Suits $14.65. Gingham dresses for Women, Misses $16.50 Suits $13.25 12.50 Suits $8.75. and Children, 75 c up to $1.25. $10.00 Suits $5.95. Night at -- Judg-cxreaf- c. $2.50 Fancy Outing Gowns $1.19. Prices cut one half for this sale, from $1.75 Plain Outing Gowns .98c. $2.49 to $8.00, A good assort- $1.00 Misses Outing Gowns .79c. ment. Boys Suits all Sizes. Gowns. sale price slipover sale price 198 $25.00 Tap. Brussell 9x12 $18.25. slipover sale price 2.25. 27x54 Brussell Rugs $1.98. 2.65 27x54 Brussell " coat sweater sale price 1.49. 98 27x54 coat sweaters sale price 1.19. Jute" " Jersey sale price 79 Big lot of Bedsteads, Springs and MatBoys $1.25 coat sweaters 95 tresses, Suit cases, little wagons. AlBoys $1.75 coat sweater so lot of check lines, Bridles, Back 1.35 Band, etc, etc., greatly reduced prices. All cut prices on Ladies Sweater. rs Sweaters W. can Ye vou 30 Per cenr: iiucs a uig assuuiueius to seie ici om $2.75. Our regular $9.75 9x 12 cut o $7.85 I Shirts, Lots of Shirts. Mens $5.00 Silk shirts 3.50 silk striped Madras " 2.00 Dress shirts Chinaware. s5ipiy promptly with these terms. v 37. . Coffey, Master Commissioner. -- A. C. C. Fine Muslin Gowns A Fine Assortment of these Priced Very Low, $2.00 to $3.00 Values Only 98c. A-- A. C. C You Can'l. You Odd Pants prices slashed to pieces. Sale prices 98c to $4.50. Boys Pants from 65c to $2.50 " 1.50 1.25 , " .. "" "" .. .. shirts 19 00 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. CIRCUIT COURT I OF KENTUCKY. jgsmstrong'Mffr. Co , Pltff 1 can't insure yourself any more Overcoats. $20.00 $13.95. jtSAIE than your house can insure itself. $10.00 Overcoats $7.85. The man who deludes himself that by " $15.00 $9.98. not taking a policy he is "saving" the " Sateen Petticoats. Assorted colors. Regular $1.00 Our price 49c. " Best Blue Decorated Teacups and Saucers Reg$2 69 ular $2.00 grade $1.65. 1.98 Plates $2.00 grade $1.65. 1.39 DOLLS, A Big Purchase at the right 1.19 time enables us to sell you $2.50 95 Dolls for only 98c 16 to 18 inches. Some dressed. Some Kid bodies, 89 85 71 some sleeping. Gray Chambray shirts " Blue extra size 17J to Boys Khaki shirt " Blue Shirt Piece Goods. Brown sheeting 1 JR.'C'Fink. Deft. of vs ) Sy virture a Judgment and Order tf! Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- JEered at the Nov. Term, thereof 1921, unChe above cause, for the sum of 5Si?O-60 with the interest at the rate S&& Tier cent, per annum from the "'Wieh 3a7 of September 1920. until .gsrf, and $96 55 costs herein, I shall rcaoeed to offer for sale at the Court- kkrase door in Columbia, Ky , to the bidder, at Public Auction, on Strod&y, the 2nd day of January, 1922, jsSiQne oclock p. m., or thereabout "Ssetng County Court,) upon a credit - nrThree Months, the following de- -- money which life insurance would in$12.50 Boys $5.00 to $7.85. deed save for him, forgets that his $6.00 Little Boy overcoats to $3.95. wife and family are running the risk Shoes! Shoes! Shoes All Kinds and All Sizes, at Prices Cut to Quick. 90 Good yd wide 49 Heavy sheeting 1 9ic 49c to 69c 5c dress Percale llic 1 Mens Flannel $2.00 grade 4.00 grade Shirts. --1 t: ficic&ed property, .?S3ng Traction Drilling Machine and the revenue taken in, according to atpjeipment as follows: All regular figures given out at the office of magneto, carburator, State Auditor John J. Craig. The friction fan, blower, four distribution of the schools funds is twee buckles, two jack screws, one based on the number of children of B'sserca line and arming line, one guy common school age in each county 2ek5 stake, all of which Is located near and then is distributed at the rate of I of O. A. Gridcr on the S6 10 for each child The largest sum Ca&smbia and Creelsboro road, near paid out of the State school fund to Postoffice of Bryan. Also one any one of t Use-dithe so called pauper counby 19 feet dark valve bailer, tnch was paid to Pike county ties . ijuu&8l inch 250 pound bit, one 4 inch drill stem, one solid Tope sock-tf'J- i, Notice. one manilla line derrick with vJ23Km pulley guides, two derrick I will, on or after the 15th, day of azsces, two derrick supports, one Dec 1921, file with the Governor of cc?wn pulley, one spud sheave, one Kentucky a petition fdr the pardon of anvil, one piece manilla Willie McAllister, who was convicted 'vSras-rope- , one blower hose, two sledge of the crime of forgery at the March Kaaamers and handles, one tool box, term of the Adair circuit court 1921 .ySaefe-ankey, one crank pin wrench, J. W. McAllister. screw crank, two guy line i wo-rope .flakes, one drill wheel spoke, one extottfart, two 8 inch 350 pound bits, Marriage Licenses. one 6 - xoe manilla line jar bumper, Sasluby 13 feet dark valve bailer, one Since our last report the following 33s.U circle jack complete with han- -. marriage licenses have been issued by ife-and stock, two heavy tool wrenches the Adair County Clerk: v. two chain tongs, one set of drill jars: Jack Watson to Bessie 'E Page. "rrofeen. strap irons and spud sheave Gilbert Smith to Bertha Stotts .sstoaSbJor pitman, which will be in Emmeb Parnell to Mattie Hill. -- fioSTown of Columbla-ou-daof sale. D. M. Grlder to Effle Burton. t rssSJrsafficieat thereof to produce the - -sums' ol money so ordered to be made Hotel For Sale. the purchase price, the purchaser, i?or .approved surety or securities, The Hancock Hotel on Burkesville ijjazzat execute Bond, bearing legal ln- - St., for sale. For particulars address day rdse3t from the force-an-of sale until paid, or see Junius Hancock --v3dhaving effect of a the Columbia, Ky. ,.&iament. Bidders will be prepared aSreomply promptly with these terms, The Bean Sisters, Katherine and pfgr. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner, Helen, from the Sunny South, enter- - to-wi- Ladies $15.00 cut to $10.98. Ladies 12.50 cut to $9.98. Ladies 20.00 cut to $14.25. Ladies 0.00 cut to $6.95. Ladies 8.00 cut to $4.95. Misses and Childrens Coats from $ .49 to $6.50. Underwear for Men, Women, and childTwenty-si- x Kenof the thirty-niu- e ren. Prices to suit every one and tucky counties which did not take in sizes from 2 to &6. Save money enough revenue during the year endhere. ing June 30, 1921, to pay their expenses, have such a heavy school census that the funds spent for Sizes 10 to 16a specialty, Bargain 29c. One Arm- - schools 3 pair for 80c. Reg. 50c. Value. from the State fund exceeded 1 1 of his death at any moment. Insure now in THE MUTUAL LIFE of New York, and your family will immediately be made safe it would take years of successful labor and persistent saving for you unaided to make them secure. Daisy Hamlett, Agt , Columbia, Ky. Ladies and Misses Coats. Over Shoes and Rubbers. - Arties, All Rubbers, 1 Buckle, 4 Buckle. 3.00 grade All Hmw RitViKpr One ThWA Off All Light Rubbers Cut about One i 1'25 8rade . tr:r.L l I .i Ul "c TL:J . Heavy Cordury coat I'm a,lu w,cr VJ uu or More, oave money on Your $3.98 ic rj A..r .. $5.00 Rubbers Purchased Here. Gingham 17Jc Best Feather Ticking 35c 1.49 Good Feather Ticking 27ic i.49 Straw ticking 2.39 Bleached sheeting 2 J to 19c 90 Towel crash He values at Blankets and Comforts Plenty of them at money saving prices. 1 ll$c 13c ic 1 7c 1 Misses Bloomers. 20c to 25 c Linen collars, all sizes, correct styles, 9c to c. You can save big money here on Hats Mens Linen Wing Collars first quality, Mens $1.50 Overalls or Jackets $1.31 all sizes 3?c per dozen. and caps, especially Hats. Dn't Boys Overalls from 49c up. Silk collars regular 35 c grade 19c buy until you see them. Mens Unionalk, Large Size, Half Price. Flannellette collars and Ties, asst , colHosiery. ors and sizes per set c. Big Reduction on Rain All Hosiery cut for this sale prices from Ties, a big assortment of ties, 50c to 5c per pair up. Coats and Slickers. $ .00 values, our price 35 c and 50c. Mens $1.25 to 98c Overalls or Jackets cut Overalls $12.50 heavey corduroy and Leather Reversible coats $7.49 Men's and Boy's Collars. 1 1 Hats and Caps. 1 1 1 If You Love Your Money, Buy Here. -- We are willing to Divide the on your Investments Profits and Save You About One-Thi- rd during this Sale. Sac-residence zJJtet GOFF BROTHERS. Better Than Real Estate. If you buy land you pay five or six KNNOUNCEMENT The World's Greateet Drink "COCA-COLA- " par cent interest on any balance re- d -y- 7-- 2t - -- y you maining unpaid. Eventually By in have to pay that balance too. suring in The Mutual Life of New II J York, a young man can buy for his "THE APPRECIATED jj family an estate of 31,000 or $100,000, wniiiyii-by paying less than three per cent (f"w AT OUR STOREo yearly little more than two per cent We sell so many of these measured by net cost. He thus, at famously good chocolates that once, provides a fortune for his famwe can always supply eny of the ily, available at his death, or for himJohnston popular assortments. And always Fresh self if he survives the period fixed in These are the kind you see his policy. No better scheme of lay advertised in ing hold on fortune was ever devlaed the Saturday Evehino Post Daisy Hamlett, Agt., Columbia, Ky and. are What She Wants! u Glljnrnlates Y Now 5c. Why Drink Inferior substitutes. Bottled in Steri Iized "Safety First" Patent Bottles. Russell & Taylor, J. L. Wilson and Geo. McLain and Leading Country Merchants Sell it. Coca-Col- a Sottliiv faorks, lac. Carrvp6elIsVille, Ky. Exclusive Agents. If you want to select, something real nice go to Lewis Young's store. Eld. Smith, who filled the pulpit at the Christian Church last Sunday, is a brother of Mrs. Z. T, Williams, this place. We learn from some of the young people that there will be a number of young ladies who will visit Columbia FURS WANTE9 d -- Entertainment at Milltown school- house, Friday night Dec. 16. Adm. 15c. HIGGINBOTHAM'S cnHmiEiSBOs.o, icy. Mar-shalofthe during the holidays, and that, there At Highest Price many meets for social will be We grade liberal, pay express or post age. If advised hold furs for your apDon't fall to see Young's, Christmas proval. Reference, Farmers Deposit Adv. Bank, Campbellsville, Ky. Write for tained at the Paramount theater last Dr. W. J. Flowers purchased coupe Mr, Virgil Collins Is now the Get ready for Santa Claus. Do not price list and shipping tags, they are free. town of Columbia. He wait until all the nicest presents have TRUMAN SMITH, Friday night. They are both artists from Bobt. Lyon, who represents the Whope thitthereport that a Dealer in Raw Furs singiDg and realtations being ex- Buchanan Lyon ComDany, last Wed- proposes to do his dut. and in so do- been sold. Buy your gift now and lay in this county lost their hjm. 202 N. Court St. CampbeUsviHe, Ky ing the town will back ceedingly pleasing. nesday. It is. a beautiful machine. it away until Christmas Eve. meat-ia mistake. s