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8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. - DR. RICHARDS' WORDS SHOW WHY TRUTONA OVERCOMES DELCOLIGHTi ELECTRICITY FOR EVERY FARM BAD AFTER EFFECT Of "FLU" A 4 r s i 7 ' .9 sr 31 i 9 "An Appetizer, System Builder, Sirengthener and Real Nerve Tonic," Prominent Physicain Declares of Perfect Preparation What All "Flu Victims Need. . - "As an appetizer, strengthened ' system builder and real nerve tonic, I can heartily recommend and commend Trutona." Dr. J. Richards, the prominent Tennessee physician, in making the foregoing statement, has really pro nounced Trutona a remarkable treat ment for overcoming serious after ef fects of influenza, pneumonia and the. like." Victims of these dreaded winther maladies, after recovering" from an attack, almost invariably find them selves possessed of little or no appe tite and their systemi in a dreadfully weakened, rundown and nervous state. Considering Dr. Eichords' words it Is easy to understand why Trutona has proven such a remark able remedy lor overcoming these bad after effects. "An appetizer, strength ener, system builder and ireal nerve tonic" these are the qualifications that have won for Trutona the un stinted praised of thousands of unfor tunate influenza and pneumonia vic tims who have regained their health through the Perfect Tonic. "WHAT OTHERS SAY" Mike Hamilton, a traction company employe and well known Terre Haute, Ind., man who lives at ,418 South Pearl Street, enthusiastically praising the reconstructive powers of Trutona says: "I can hardly realize how much good Trutona's done for me in ridding my system of the after effects of in fluenza. I certainly feel diCerent nowadays and I can highly recom mendTrutona, especially as an after tho flu medicine.J' Harry Lee, 1661 Gallagher street, Louisville, Ky., "a sufferer from the after-effects of pneumonia, says: "I've gained twenty-eight pounds and feel fine now just like a new man, taking Trutona," all of which is surely con clusive proof of Trutona's merit. "I've found Trutona to be very ef ficient in overcoming after-effects of influenza," declares Mrs. Iva Gates, a well-known Peru, Ind., woman of 155 Canal Street. There are scores of other similar statements and they prove conclusive ly that there is no better preparation sor the treatment of after-effects of pneumonia, influenza, eeep colds and the like than Trutona, the Perfect Tonic. Trutoua is sold in Columbia, at Paull Drug Co. Adv Before Buying A Bicycle. Come and look over our line. We have a good line second hand and new wheels. All second hand wheels have been completely over hauled and re built. First to buy gets the choice. ' T. G. Rasner & Son. f Notice. All discharged soldiers come to my office at once, if you want to apply for a pension , C. T. Stults The Wm. Garrett Conover For Sale. Farm I pf (DELCO-LIGHl 1 Delco light used for light and power, air cooled, no water to freeze in winter, no water to boil over in summer, no slipping belts, no magneta to contend with, no grease cups. Only one place to oih will run five hours on one gallon of coal oil. It's a four cycle engine with overhead valves. Automatic start and stop. 40 lights, 32 volts, 20 candle power. If you need more power and want more lights we have them from $350.00 on up. If interested write for catalogue, or call on HENRY MILLER, Columbia, Ky., or Wi T. STRONG, OampbellBville. Ky. E. Get your horse feed at E. Cheatham's Barn. 20-6t Wanted Five white girls to work in Hotel good wages and room and board. Write Hardesty Hotel. Lebanon, Ky. On County Court day, Apr. 5, 1920. At the Courthouse door. At the above place and date we have author ity to sell and will sell at the highest bid the above named farm This farm lies on the Springfield road about f mile above Cheatham Bridge, on the Campbellsville pike, and about 3 miles from town. Consists of about 100 acres, with house and barn and plenty of the best water. Terms will be made known on day of sale. W. H. Cundiff, P. V. Cundiff, Geo B. Cheatham. 21-3t Buff Orpington eggs for sale. SI 00 Call Mrs. Finis Phelps, I sitting 2STo 75 J. I 22-2t - 3-i How to Spend $10.00 I know you don't need any body to tell you how to spend your money, you say. But wait a minute do you get ten dollars' worth of food values when you spend ten dollars for food? Sort of subtle, yes? Well, you get the answer in ISe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN What I'm leading up to subtly is that you should start next week to x read a series of articles about I guess I won't tell you, after all, what it's about. Read this issue and see ! A At !-!. I. I will tell you this much: Look for an article by R. M. Cleveland, with a cartoon by Edwin Mar cus and see what the woman in the picture has bought with her ten dollars. Then go and spencTyour ten-spot the same way. It will pay you. . . . And really you need eleven dollars if you are to let me advise your spending ten, as aforesaid, for food, and one to pay for a year's subscription for THE Country Gentle man. You need not be. without it from week to week for I'll have the postman deliver it to you every Thursday for a wholcycai for only $1.00. That's Less Than Two Cents a Week! CHARLOTTE B. EUBANK, Phone No. 143 B. Columbia, Kentucky. As nuaorijed tabseriptfea repeeeatatie of ( msrtK&irSMgM 52m-$LM US -$L75 S2 brats $2.60 Owensby. Health of this section is very good all those having the 'flu" having recovered. After a few pretty days the farmers will be busily engaged in turning the soil. We were indeedsorry to .learn of the death of Miss Phillips, who was to have soon become Mrs. Leslie J. B. Smith, but are glad to know Columbians so for tunate as to secure Bro. Smith as pastor of the Baptist church. Uncle Ben Allen.merchant and miller of the north end of town, so as to be better prepared td take care of tne traveling -public, is having his upper store house moved and built to nis dwelling which will hereafter be known as "Uncle Ben's Hotel." Robert Leach, Finis Leach and others, are doing the work with a stump puller. Mr. W. J. Lawless, who is a veteran of the Civil War and one of the oldest men of the com munity, is in feeble health. On March 13th. friends and neighbors to the number of 26, met at the home of Mr. James Dunbar, to honor Mrs. Mary Ann Williams 65 th birthday also Mrs. Oda Kearns 34th birthday. A nice dinner was served and the day very much enjoyed by all present. ' Mr. E. L. Reece, owner and proprietor of Farmers Woolen Mill, will soon have a modern home, having just recently en stalled an up-to-date, furnace and a new $800 -player-piano. Mr. Reed Antle, a prosperous farmer and stock trader, Mont pelier, was in this section a few days, ago. As Congress has appropriated money to buy the sites and build two locks in Russell County, on Cumberland river, provided this this county will guarantee to pay for land covered by water, a meeting was held in the court house at Jamestown, Saturday night the 20 th. inst., whereby Rev. H. B. Gwinn, was elected chairman protem in the absence of Hon. Lilburn Phelps, who is permanent chairman. Mr. Walter McKinney, was elected secretary. The purpose of the meeting was to call the future meetings iand. getr'our citizens 'together and interested in raising the necessary amount. If we let this opportunity pass, it will be a long time before we have an other such. Give us river trans portation, good pikes through the county, and old Russell will blossom as the rose in spring time. . . In a clash between miners and guards in Harlan county four were killed including a Deputy Sheriff. A YEAR'S ABUSE IN 7 DAYS ALL LIGHT CAR ROAD RECORDS SMASHED At Indianapolis last week one of the new Over land 4 stock cars was driven 5,452 miles con tinuously in seven days and nights, over frozen country roads-and finished ready to do it again. This is an average of 772 miles per day; more lhan the distance be tween Toledo and New York City covered each day. This is another tribute to the cushioning effect of TRIPLEX SPRINGS and the quality of material in Overland 4. WILLYS-OVERLAND COMPANY Q. M. STEVENSON, Agent, Columbia, Kentucky. 184 ACRES Washington County Land. , The Farm of W. D. Purdom AT AUCT ION Tuesday. April 6, f920. AT TEN O'CLOCK, A .M. HERE IS A GOOD ONE Will be sold in Two Tracts 60 Acres and 124 Acres. LOCATION On Springfield and Perryville pike, 5 miles from Springfield. This is a splendid pike and the land is in a fine section of fertile land. This farm has been taken care of and is ready for crops. IMPROVEMENTS Eight-room cottage, with yard to pike, Cistern, Tobacco barn, 40x96, Brand new Stock Barn, 60x60, concrete foundation, cost $3;000.00. Stock scales, garage, cribs, and all outbuildings. Three-room tenant house. Good orchard. Ever lasting stock water. V i Forty acses in Re, 20 acres to go in corn, 14 acres for tobacco, 20 acres Blue Grass sod. Balance in grass. Under good fence. This farm is up to sell for the "High Dollar" wi tout reserve, by bid or limit. Remember I "ALWAYS SELL" and JUST AS ADVERTISED. xNo ma,trr what you pay for uhis land on April 6th, you will sell at a profit if you want to. -, . ' This is a "Corking" good farm look it over. At the same time Mr. Purdom will sell a lot of personal property, consisting in part of three good mules. 1 horse, 5 milch cows, 3 calves, 35 shoats, 2 brood sows, 15 sheep, 100 bales hay, 40 barrelf corn, 2 wheat drills, 1 Deering mower, 1 Eeering binder, 2 Culti vators, 1 Pulverizer, Corn Drill, Plows, Harrows, Gears, etc. Now this farm is rented in part to FIRST-CAASS TENANTS on shares. Im medite possession subject to tenants contracts. Easy Terms. Get busy Look at this farm and be at the sale. For further particulars see tenant at farm, Mr. Purdom, at Springfield; W. E. Mosb or R. A. Dever at my office in Danville. - w PHONE US our cars as ready to meet you ay where. SWI NEB ROAD u Lancaster, The Real Estate Man - - Kentucky.