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Noe, of Lebanon, was here last Friday Mr Rex Holladay has returned .from Oklahoma. Mr. Lincoln Denton, Somerset, was "here last Thursday. - Mr W. R Lyon was here Thursday, from Campbellsville. Mr. Walter Sullivan is spending a few days in Louisville. Mr. R. L Marshall, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. Mr. J O. Russell Jtft Friday, on a Louisville. business trip Mr. R. E Tandy spent a few days at Russell Springs last week. Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw has returned from a visit to Edmonton. Mr. Sam Lewis made a business tr trip to'Louisville last week. Mr. Leo Baldauf, of Louisville, was here several days of last week. Lucy Follls, Campbellsville, visited relatives here last week. Mr. EL O. Smith, of Greensburg, spent last week in Adair county. Mrs. ,Mr. Allen Walker, who was quite sick last week, is able to be out. Mrs. L. Walker and little son, John Ritchey, are visiting in Burkes-Vill- e Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Campbellsville, was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. Hoge Hockersmith, Road Superintendent, went to Frankfort last week. Mr. 'John Q. Alexander paid the merchants of Columbia a visit a few days ago Mrs. C. S. Harris and her youngest son, Hugh, accompanied Mr. Harris to Virginia. Mr. Albin Murray was in Louisville last week, purchasing his fall and winter stock of goods 'N , I Jo Young, of Waterview, Cumberland county, is with her sons, R. K. and Lv M. Young. Campbellsville, .Mrs. J. R. 8mith, funeral of her was here"tb attend the aunt, Mrs. Anna Strange. , Mr. C S. Harris and, Mr. J. C. Strange made a business trip to last Wednesday. Mr. W. S. Knight, cashier of the Bank of Jamestown, was here, on business, Thursday and Friday. Mr. J. E. Keeton, of McAlisfer, Okla., who left Adair county, near Glenville, eight years ago, is back, on Mrs. Camp-bells'ville a visit. Mrs. J. IT" Page and Mrs. Jo N. Conover left for Monticello Friday morning. They will be absent several weeks. Bev T. L Hulse came here from Conference and from here went to Burkesville, accompanied by Rev. 'L. F. Piercy. Judge Rollin Hurt was called home from Frankfort on account of the Mrs. AnA delegation of relatives of Campdeath of his mother-in-labellsville attended the funeral of na Strange. Mrs Strange. . Messrs. Sam H. Mitchell, Geo. H Nell, T. C. Davidson, Walker Bryant Local reading matter can be found are in Louisville this week, witnesses on every page of The Hews this week in Federal Court. but the back page. 50-2- The county convention of Christian Judge Junius Hancock and vwife left last Wednesday for Potales New churches of Adair county will convene Mexico, where they will spend several at Cane Valley on Friday night before weeks with their daughter, Mrs W. the fourth Sunday in this month. The program will appear .in next M Wilson. ,, week's paper. Mr, Geo. Breeding and his daughter, Mrs. Robert Baker, and Mrs." Luther FOR SALE Farm, 309 acres, limeGrissom, and Mr. Robt. Grissomfwere stone land, will sell at a bargain if here Friday en route to Breeding, sold soon: 209 acres in cultivation, balfrom Burnside. ance good timber; ten miles west of J. Price, $4,635. Mrs. Fannie Sexton, who spent five Lebanon, Ky. weeks with her brother, Mr. J. V. C. Northcraft, Raywick. Ky. 49 4t White, who it will be remembered got crippled by a horse, left Friday Mr R O Keltner and family have for her home at Gadbefry removed from Gradyville to Columbia Mr. Henry C Hord and Mr. Richard and are occupying Mr. L. Tr Neat's Hord, Campbellsville, brothers of the residence, near the Li late Mrs Anna Strange, were here to Mr. Keltner is a good citizen and our attend the funeralof the latter, also people are glad to have him and' his Mr. Bud Chandler, of the same city. family Mr Brack Massle, who has been in the Pope Infirmary, Louisville, for If you have farm lands for sale place welve weeks, returned home last your .business with Tutt & Reed, real Thursday night. He has a head trou- estate agents of this place. They ble, and says that he has not been have a line on buyers and will sell your property much quicker than can benefitted. the owner. The charge a very small Dr. P. H. Conover, wife and little per cent, for selling. , son will leave for Elizabethtown this week, where the Doctor has decided Escort spokes for the Government to locate and practice his profession. is badly wanted, and people who have dentist, a fine gen- timber should get them out and haul He is a 'first-clasand has a most excellent wife tham to the local factories. Size, 2f tleman We commend them to the good people on hart, 2J deep, hickory and oak. of Elizabethtown. The 'Adair Spoke Company is now Miss Hettie Moore, of McKinney, getting out spokes of these dimensions. Ky., who ,is a niece of Mrs. J. F. I keep on hands a full Btock of Montgomery, this place, a teacher in coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep the Graded School, Jamestown, has Metallic Caskets, and Steel Bo$es arid baen very ill for some days. Mr. and two hearses. We keep extra large Mrs. B. E. Rowe went to see her last caskets Prompt service night or day. week, and Mrs. Montgomery has been Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. 45-- 1 with her for ten days. yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. Mr. N. B. Miller, ,of Buffalo, New York, a former citizen of Columbia, is Prof. PaulG. Chandler, of this place, here to spend a few weeks with rel- was the first soldier, under the seatives in town and out at Crocus. lected draft, from this part of the Mr. Miller is a special- - pension agent State, to be promoted. He is now a and he has been in the field twenty-thre- e Sergeant of his company. He took a years and one year in the office, pride, as a civilian, in making good consecutive years in whatever calling he undertook, and making twenty-fou- r service, ne is a there is not a doubt lie has been in the but he will prove very efficient gentleman and stands a valiant soldier. high with the Department. The trustees of. the Presbyterian Mrs. Martha Holladay, Mrs. W. A. Misses Fannie Holladay, Church bought the Slarcum residence, Garneit, Mabel Conover, Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, on Burkesville street.last Thursday for 2,700. It will be the parsonage of t, Misses Thomasine Garnett, Opal Margie Buster, Allye Garnett, the Church. The trustees also sold the Katie Murrell, Mr. Claud Buster, Mr. parsonage, clc--" to the Graded School Lewis Jarvis, Mr. Paul Waggener and bulldipg, to John "W.- - Flowers and Mrs, Lov-et- t Mr. E L. Grider started last Satur- Mrs. Lola Lo veto for $1,500 now occupies "the building. day morning, in automobiles, for the section They visited the Mr Anderson R. Foley, who was High Bridge, Lexington, Frankfort throughout Russell counand many other points, reaching home ty, died suddenly at his home, near Sunday night, perfectly delighted Russell Springs, last Tuesday after with the many interesting sights. noon,a victim of heart failuie ne had been confined to his home with Linoleum and Linoleum Rugs at rheumatism for nearly a year. He Casey Jones Store. had been three times married and he t is survived by his last wife and sever-al- . children. Tuesday mornA biting frost here ing. With the bunch men who If you want a drugget go- - to Casey left here last Wednesday morning for Camp ZacharyTaylor, Louisville, only t Jones Store. one resided in Columbia Doc Walker, Farmers have been very bnsy for who a faithful salesman in the past week, cutting corn. Russell & Co.'s store for a number of years, ne is a fine young man, and There have been several light frosts, while his friends are sorry to lose his but vegetation has not been damaged. genial companionship, they console themselves, knowing that he will The Fiscal Court of Adair county make a good record as a soldier. was insession several days of last week. ndsey-Wilson. DEATH OF A PROMINENT LADY. . Taken Up. d There is a stray bob-taile- Public Speaking. brlndle s Gar-net- Blue-Gras- s well-know- n 50-2- . of-you- has-bee- n Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Breeding, of Rennet't& Gresham shipped four Neatsburg, visited in this place last car loads of cattle to the Louisville week stopping at the home of Mr. market last Saturday. and Mrs. J. S. Breeding. 'Attention-icalled to the advertiseMr. W. T. McFarland, who has had ment of Mr. T. E. Waggener, general a severe attack of bayfever, is imbarproving and will probably be himself merchant, who is closing out at gains. by the first of next week. s Mr Ralph Hurt, of this place, son of Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of .Appeals, sailed from Governor's Is land for France on the 8th of September. He is in the Marine 'corps. His parents did not know until the first day of this month at. which time his father received a letter from him written upon the ship that was carrying him over three days after he left. New York. He has evidently landed by this time. It is hoped by this town that he may be blessed with good health and return home when i the war is over. Miss Alice Walker visited her friend, Miss Ruth Chandler, of Campbellsville, last Wednesday. The latter has been .quite sick for several weeks. M Dr. W. J. Flowers was in Louisville a few days o.f last week. He called at the cantonment and reports that the Adair county b&ys were in fine spirits. Rev. S. G. Shelly, Presiding Elder, and Rev. L. F. Piercy, pastor of the Columbia Methodist Church, returned from Louisville Conference a few days ago. Mr. A. D Patteson, who recently removed with his family to Chanute,-Kansas- , is back on business He and his family are vreW pleased with their new home 'Squire W. E. Hancock and his daughter, Mrs. E. B. Atkinson, Cane Valley, went to Louisville last week to see the soldier boys of their locality, who are in Camp Zachary Taylor.. The 'Squire reports that the boys are in fine spirits. Automobile for Sale. All members of the Adair County. National Farm Loan Association are called to meet in Columbia 'on the I have a seven passenger Reo car 10th day of October at 1 p. m. that has just been overhauled, and is i s shape, I will sell at a in Rev. B. T. Watson, pastor of the bargain if sold at once. Call" at Casey Presbyterian Church, vill . preach at Jones Store. v Rocky Hill school house next Sunday 50-afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Every body " invited. Will Go to Edmonton.. Man past 30 with horse and buggy to . sell Stock Condition Powder in Adair Dr. Jas. Taylor and family will county. Salary $90 per month. Ad- leave for Edmonton In about one dress, Industrial BIdg., Indianapolis, week, and during their absence their Indiana. handsome residence, on Burkesville Monday the Kussell circuit street, will be occupied by Mr. C. M. Next court will open. Persons who want Herriford and family. Dr. Taylor has to do business withthis publication a great deal of outstanding business will find a representative of thepaper in Metcalfe county, and a .few days ago he finally decided that it was his on the square in Jamestown. duty to be in closer touch with it. pbell Hutchison and Elzy Young He does not leave with the intention Cam have bought a "five ton Packard Truck. of not returning. Odr people will They will receive it in Louisville to- give this, excellet family a hearty day and will run it "in tha city for greeting when it is so that they can again become residents of Columbia. awhile, then bring it to Columbia. first-clas2t i Gordon Montgomery, Democratic horns The owner can have same by candidate for to the office paying expenses. of County Attorney, will speak at the A. G Hill, Columbia, Ky following places on the date and hour Mrs. Anna Strange, After a Long 60 2t mentioned. the Illness, Calmly-XrosseAbsher, Saturday afternoon, Oct. Farm for Sale. 13th, 1917, 1:30 p. m. "Great Divide. Sparksville, Tuesday afternoon, Oct. Located near forks of Casey Creek, 16th, 1:30 p. m. between D. S. Knifley's and Pat Breeding, Tuesday night, Oct. 16th in bottom, 69 THE FUNERAL 'LARGELY ATTENDED. Chelf's farms. acres up land. Fairly good improve- 7 p. m. Weed, Wednesday afternoon Oct. ments, growing crop to sell with farm. 17th, 1:30 p. m. Write or come and see While the residents of Columbia Gradyville, Wednesday night Oct. J. L Edwards, knew that Mrs. Strange was in a fee17th, 7 p. m. Casey Creek, Ky. ble condition, they were shocked when 50-Keltner, (Willis' store), Thursday news spread over the city Wedthe afternoon, Oct. 18th 1:30 p. m. Defeated Candidate, nesday morning, that she was dead Milltown, Thursday night, Oct. 18th "The end cme peacefully at 8 o'clock, Good kind people of both parties 7 p. m. her daughter. Mrs. Rolliu Hurt, and continues to ask me how I stand in, Roy, Friday afternoon, Oct. 19th several friends being at her bedside. Mr P P. Wesley's race of Superin p. m. She was one of the kindest and the tendent. I just simply mean to vote 1:30 Oak Grove, Friday night, Oct. 19tn most hospitable woman that ever for Wesley and hope there will be no 7 p. ra. " lived in this town. She was especially Independent candidate out this time. Purdy, Monday afternoon, Oct. 22nd fond of young people, and was perVery, truly, 1:30 p. m. fectly happy when they were in her George Aaron, , Pellyton, Monday night, Oct. 22nd Home, and when she was doing every Glensfork, Ky. 7 p. m. thing in her power to make their visit Knifley, Tuesday afternoon, Oct. delightful. Died on Green River. 23rd 1:30 p. m. The deceased was a daughter of Mr. Casey Creek, Tuesday night Oct. Mr. W. H. Evans, who was a broth and Mrs. B.4 C. Hord, and she was 23rd 7 p. m. er of Ben Evans, a prominent farmer born in Taylor County eighty-tw- o Jim Riall's Store, Wednesday after years ago. Her father, during his life and trader, died at his late home, on noon, Oct. 24th, 1:30 p. m. time, was prominent in the affairs of Green river, Monday morning at 1 Cane Valley, Wednesday night, Oct. Taylor county, and at one time he o'clock ne was about thirty years old and stood high in the community. 24th, 7 p. m. was a wholesale groceryman, of LouisWalnut Grove, Thursday afternoon ville. While in this business his fam- ne was a victim of typhoid fever. n was a man who will be greatly Oct. 25th 1:30 p. m. ily resided with him in the city. Glenville. Thursday night, Oct 25th When Mrs. Strange was quite a missed. The funeral was largely at 7 p. m. tended. young woman she was married to Mr. W. F. Chanler and to this union two A lot of deferred locals can be found Revival Meeting. children were born, Tyler Y. Chandon our second page. We were so ler, now of Hillsboro, Texas, and Cfry, crowded for space last week, this imwho is the wife of Judge Rollin Hurt, Evangelist n. Gordon Bennett will portant matter was carried over. of the Court of Appeals. begin a revival meeting at the ChristHobson & Pendleton bought 130 Some years after the death of her ian Church, this place, on Sunday the first husband, she was married to Mr. 14th inst , at 7 o'clock in the evening. head of cattle in the Gradyville and J. K. A Strange, of this place, who Mr. Bennett is not a stranger to the Milltown sections at from $4.50 to was sheriff of Adair county at the people of Columbia, a large number 87.00. per cwt F. P. Dohoney bought time. Immediately after the rites having heard his patrionic address on in the same section aboutsixty head between her and Mr. Strange were the fifth Sunday in last month. The at 5 50 to 87.50. solemnized she became a resident of music will be conducted by the home n L. W. Bennett, the Columbia, and soon became one of the forces. A special invitatioa is exstock dealer, landed in Columbia Friesteemed matrons of the city. Mr. tended to the singers of all the churchStrange was left three small boys es in town to assist in the song serv- day night with eighty head of cattle when his first wife died, aud when the ice. The ministers and the members and ten head of sheep. They will we deceased entered his home she took of all the churches of the town are in- shipped to the Louisville market, He charge of them, never letting them vited to attend the services and have paid from 5 to 7 cents per pound for lack for attention, and they soon fell fellowship with us, as well as all other the cattle. in love with her and the affection folk. Notice. never waned. She was in reality a Z. T. Williams. devoted mother to them. S. M. Jacobstein, optometrist and Serious Accident. Mrs Strange was a devoted Christrefractionist and optician, of Louisian woman. She knew how to make ville, Ky., is visiting friends in Cofriends and also how to hold them Mr. A. W. Harris, father of Mr. C. lumbia. He came to stay two or three l he forty years she was a resident In S. Harris, who left here Monday of days, but the people of the city kept of Columbia if she ever made an enlast week for Virginia, met with an him busy all of last week. The best emy it is not known to the writer- accident while going from Ben Hur, citizens of the community Insisted Religious services were held at the Va., in an automobile, to the 'residence residence Thursday afternoon at 2:30 of his son, Joseph, who lives near on him. remaining another week and o'clock, conducted by Rev. O. P. Bush, Jonesville, Va. All ' the information he has consented to so do. If there are persons in the town or out in the pastor of the Baptist Church, who we have is that he was badly hurt, county wish who to have their ayes "a long life of correct paid tribute to but Thursday morning he was reliving and the good she had done ported some better, and that the doc- tested scientifically, call at Mr. L. C. while.sojourning in this sinful old tor thought he would recover. Mr. Hindman's. Satisfaction guaranteed. References, the best citizens of Coworld and when they were concluded C. S Harris left for his bedside the lumbia. all that was mortal of this good wom- latter part of last week. Mr. Harris an was laid to rest in the city cem- is in his 88th year--, but strong for a etery, her mound covered with choice man carrying the weight of so many Married at the Home of Eld. Z. and beautiful flowers. May the bless- years, and it is hoped that the acciT. Williams. ings of a munificent God comfort the dent will not prove fatal. Last Saturday afternoon Mr. W. G, daughter, Mrs. Hurt, and the son, Ellis, who is the Magistrate from tha who is In a distant State, and the Woodson Lewis' Sale lontest. Democratic Pellyton district, and grandson. Mr. Ralph Hurt, who is in the service of his country, and is in Mr. Woodson Lewes, Greensburg Lnominee for County Judge, and Hiss France, is the wish of the writer, who merchant, started a contest last M&y Berthat Blair, whose parents live a, knew the departed even before she be- and it 'closed the 21st day of Septem- short distance from Columbia, motorWilcame a resident of Columbia. ber. The contest largely increased ed to the residence of "Eld. ZT. liams, this place, where said minister his sales, his store being crowded with Fred Jackman, who is a ward of Co customers almost the entire time, and joined them in wedlock. Both tha lumbia Lodge, No., 96, and is being the last day extra salesmen had to be groom and the bride are excellent people and " have many friends, all o educated in the Masonic Home, Louis called in. ville, is one of the popular boys of the The most popular young lady was whom extend their congratulations institution. He is studious, and his won by Miss Russell Smlth,daughter of through the News. correct manners have attracted the Mr. H. O Smith, who was born in The couple will reside on the groom's attention of the officers of the Home Columbia. She received 14,378,124 farm, near Pellyton, and the brjda will be a valuable acquisition to the Gen. Jas. Garnett, who holds an off- votes, and won the automobile. community. icial position over the conduct of the Rev. R. E. Bailey, a Methodist, the institution, is a frequent visitor to the most popular minister, a 850 suit of The A. R. C. Inmates. He was here last week and clothes. in speaking of Fred he said: "He has The most popular mother, Mrs. Tom The Adair County, Ky., Chapter A." charge of the stars and stripes rais- Buckner, a S50 Liberty bond. R. C, held a meeting at the office of ing the flag mornings and lowering it Most popular old maid, Miss Alice Judge W. W. Jones Friday evening, ateveningSi You ought to see the Shreeves, a gold watch bracelet. October the 5th. The following per pride he takes in this special conlmis-siosons were made trustees of the ChapNo soldier could guard Old GloPublic Sale. ter: W. W. Jones, J. O. Russell, Dr. ry more closely. He is particular in Woodruff Flowers, Hev. C. H. Schad, keeping it clean, and in the evening it On Thursday, October 25, the heirs Eld. Z. T. Williams, Mrs. W. A. Hynes, is laid away as tenderly as a mother of Nathan Murrell, deceased, will of- Miss Jennie Wood Garnett, Mrs. R. would her infant. Watch Fred; he fer quite a lot of valuable property F. Rowe, Bruce Montgomery, of Cowill make a dust in the world some or sale, to the highest bidder. All lumbia, Luther Williams, Montpelierj day. A boy that is as ambitions as he the household goods will be sold, con- W. G. Ellis, Pellyton; Mrs. J. R. Tutt is, is sure to make his mark in the sisting of articles used in a 'comforta- Sr., Milltown; Miss Mary Tnpman world of progress" ble home. This sale will include a Cane Valley; Dr. J. B. Bolin, Glenspiano and organ, cook and parlor stove, fork; Dr. H. B. Simpson, Breedings Rally Day at the Presbyterian dressers, carpets, chairs, rockers, Dav- C. Gowen, Sparksville; Minitri Monenport, and every thing else used by a day, Casey Creek; Dr. L. C. Nell, Gra Church. s dyville. T. E. Jeffries, chairman of family. All kinds of farming implements the city council, was made Sunday, October the 14th, will be will be sold, two mares and a lot of member of the Board of Trustees. Rally Day at Bresbyterlan Church, at corn, two sewing machines, and many The Secretary of the Chapter was diwhich time all departments of work other articles, too numerous to men- rected by the chairman to forward at The , Sabbath tion. The mares mentioned are well once the part of the membership duM will be represented School will take up the fall and win broke, one 7 years old, the other 12. going to American Red Oross, Wash--, ter work, and will expect all the old The terms will be made known on ington, D. 0., and to deliver to tha members, and as many new ones as day of sale', the sale to 'commence at Chapter Treasurer the part to be recan get there. 9:30 a. m. tained by the Chapter. t '' -'Rev'. Watson will, preach morning L. B. Hurt, Auctioneer. Mrs. R. T. Rowe, ' 49-'' wilcome. and Chapter Secretaryf t s cow at my place She has two long ' s 4t ft well-know- n. first-clas- ex-offlc- la : evening.-Everybod- y - 3t J $hj amis vomn mews' h: It 1 -, -- - .- ' .s. r ...- - T IP t abtafcdalOM THE ADAIR - COUNTY BY HEWS Published Every Wednesday THE Adair County News Company EDITOR. The Fiscal Court of Adair county is inseession, all the majistrates being present. A great deal of business, touching road building, etc , will be before this court. The usual number of claims will be presented. The Campbellsville Lader sat s that days of "during the first twerjiy-thre- e September ,155 dlffeient people registered for meals at the Cattipb-llsvil- le Hotel." W. H '.Wilson, formerly of tills place, Is the proprietor. Mrs G. W. Redman, Campbellsville, who has many friends in Columbia, got the small bone of one tier limbs fractured last week. The accident wasvery painful, but we are glad to report that the patient is improving. Mr. V. Sullivan is now located st Campbellsville, having opened' a barber shop next to Campbellsville Hotel. We understand his family will leave for that point this week. Success and the.best wishes for health will go with MftHMHWllini l&l!l!$gl!l! (Incorporated.) m m aHAS. S. HARRIS, Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia clan mail matter. Post-offi- ce as second SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR m f. , WED. OCT. 10, 1917 Democratic T ickct. For Attorney General CHAS. H. MORRIS, of Oldham County. I m m :1 1 ifcm. IF ! s Y For Countv Judge, W. G. ELLIS For County Attorney, i GORDON MONTGOMERY. For Sheriff, of Lebanon, announce the engagement "of their daughter, Miss Hallene A Miller, to Mr. David Gowdy, of Campbellsville. The wedding will take place October 31. The intended'groom n is in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller, well-know- J Mv Mind is Made and the Coods Will Co v . CLYDECRENSHAW. For County Clerk, ALBERT A. MILLER. For Jailer, C. G. JEFFRIES. For Assessor, Mr. Leon Lewis, one of Columbia's best young men, who is in the United States service, writes his father, that he has left San Antonio, Texas, and is en route for Mt. Clemens, Mich., where his corps will be located for awhile. He states that he is in fine ' . ''-;.. Tnis is Your Opportunity to Buy What You Need at a Great Bargain ' : P.P. DUNBAR. For School Superintendent, NOAH LOY. health. Adair' county is not in the blue grass section, but is in what is termed, the penneryle section, but when jt comes to growing tobacco and corn, she is outclassed by only a few counties in the State. Tobacco is now selling at 25 cents per pound in the field,' the cheap bringing 20 cents. Mr. Levi Moore, who is one of the best known citizens of Green county, has been in a very low state of health FOR MAGISTRATE. J. F. Mills, District No. 1. F. H.ryant, District No. 3. L. M. Smith, District No. P. Melvin Conover, District No. 7. i From this date until CLOSED OUT, I will sell any article in my stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing of every description, for' less than present Wholesale Prices. Also store fixtures, consisting of Show Cases, Oil Tank, Type Writer, Safe, &c, at inviting prices ---- --- home in Greensburg, for some weeks. He has a good word for every (Deferred from last week.) person he meets, and a more polite, courteous gentleman does not live in The Board examined sixty men last Kentucky. His many friends would passed. Saturday, and thirty-on- e be glad to learn of an improvement in his consition. young men were examined Sixty-od- d here last Saturday. There were not Eld. H. Gordon Bennett, of the many rejections, as we are informed. Christian Church, closed a meeting at Creelsboro last Tuesday night. A Monday was county court, but only great deal of interest was manifested a few people put in an appearance, as from the start, and when the meeta term of circuit court had just closed. ing closed thirty-eighpersons were t inMr. Jb Hurt, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. baptized and five reclaimed. Tnis formation was conveyed by Mr. F. M. B. Hurt, who is in the service of the Flatt, who was an attendant throughUnited States, has been made a LOCALS. at his I have bought a Full Line of NEW UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS, ETC., and am in position to give Bargains not elsewhere given. I will keep staples at all -- ' times until my stock of Shoes', Clothing and Dry Goods are sold. I M Rugs,. Linoleum, Carpets, Sheeting, Ginghams, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Notions, Trunks, Suit Case.s and every article in my store WILL GO AT A GREAT BARGAIN out the services. This is no FAKE SALE. ' - . The Oldham County Era, published continues to at Lagrange, has changed hands. The grow, and a little later in the fall the usual number of pupils will be upon former owners, M. G. Peak, A. A. Strange, and G. W. Peak have sold the hill. the outfit, good will, etc,, to L. W. will be singing at Egypt, 2nd Dawson, who is now in charge. Mr. There Sunday afternoon in October conduct- Strange will continue with the new ed by Wolford Bros., Darnell and publisher. He was reared in Columbia and knows every feature of the Cabbell. newspaper business. here last It commenced raining6.30 o'clock Announcements have been received morning about Thursday and continued almosii during the en- by relatives here that Capt., Evan Suddarth, who is a son .of Mr. and Mrs. tire day. J. W. Suddarth, deceased, who lived in , The tobacco crop of Adair county, Columbia for man years before they juding from crops that have been sold, passed a was, was married on the 2d will bring a great deal of money into day of September to Miss Florence Geneive Sahlbery, at Calvary Presbythe county. terian church, Chicago, 111. Capt, The municipal board of Columbia is Suddarth is in the regular army. now having a concrete bridge built 's across the branch at Mr. S. F. Mr. Tilden Wilcoxsin, who is soon shop. to become a citizen of Adair county, purchased last Thursday of a tenant We are told that there are three to- of Mr. D. E. Phelps, whose farm is bacco growers in the Gradyville coun-- . three miles from Columbia, known as try who have been offered 812,000 for the old Walker farm, three acres of their present crop. tobacco, in the field, at 25 cents per hundred, to be delivered after cut and Dr. Bosley, of Richmond, who was stripped. Mr. Wilcoxsin further stathere a few days ago, in looking over ed that nearly all the tobacco in Green the new road bed on Jamestown road, county had been purchased in the says that it is the finest he has noted field at from 20 to. 2 1 cents. any where. Mr. Horace Massie, who is a native Mr. R., K. Young has purchased the of Adair county, and who was a popnew residence, on the street leading ular gentleman when he left us for to the Fair Grounds, from Mr. Jo San- Taylor county, has grown quite popdusky and will remove to it. It is one ular at his present location. As an of the nice Columbia homes evidence that he is piling up friends, Sunday of last week we recite It was reported.over town last Wed- was his that h thirty-sixtbirthday, and nesday that Mr. Geo. E. Wilson .had when he returned home from Church purchase the Hancock Hotel, but if he was greeted by one hundred and there was an agreement to a trade thirty friends, with d basfor some reason it was not closed. kets, who had called to surprise him Tilden Wilcoxsin sold W. M. Rusself with a magnificent dinner. 60 acres of land lying on the waters of A sensational article appeared in Caney Fork, near Miami, for eighty the Louisville Post last Tuesday dollars an acre. He has another farm against Maj. Thompson B. Short, of In the same section that he has not the First Kentucky. From the artisold. cle we gathered that it was charged, A tremendous crowd gathered at by other officers, that Mr. Short was Glenville last Wednesday. Rev. Wat- not capable of holding the position of son, Eld. Bennett, Gen. Jas. Garnett, Major. Maj. Short has been in the Mr. W. A. Coffey and others address- service several years and our informaed the assembly. There was an abun- tion is that he enjoyed the reputation dance of dinner spread by the hospi- of being a very efficient officer. He was table people of the Glensfork country, as located here for some time, and a civilian, he was regarded here as for every body on the ground. The a very capable gentleman. invited speaker from Louisville was Mr. John h. Chandler, who made a THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS $1.00 splendid address. The Lindsey-Wilso- n I am going to engage in other business and expect to close out by January 1st. COLUMBIA, KY. mwmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmwm s T. E. WAGGENER, This may account for the difficulty of some automobiles to stick to the right side of the road. The biggest common law suit that lias been tried in the Adair circuit court for several years was pulled off last week. It was the case of FrankBurton against Henry Furgerson, the former charging that the latter placed obstructions in Green river, thereby turning the current of the stream upon Burton's farm, damaging it to the extent of one thousand dollars. There were a great many witnesses for and against. The Jury was given the case at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and after deliberating two hours a verdict for the defendant was rendered. It required almost thee days to try the case, including the arguments of the attorneys. Mr. J. F. Montgomery represented the plaintiff and Mr. L. C. Winfrey the defendant. Work of the Grand Jury. d Eu-bank- -- Harlan Christie, who is a son of the ; late Capt. Norman Christie, shot and ; killed Houston Butler in Washington , county Saturday of last week. Christie had brought suit against Butler for a debt which caused the trouble. At theexaming trial it came out in proof that Butler cursed and made threats before Christie fired. The latter was admitted to bail in the sum of 81,500. The accused man's father was born and reared in Adair county, he and the late Capt. C. C. Christie being .brothers. One week from next Monday circuit court will open at Jamestown. The News has a great many friends in Russell county, many of Whom will be in town the first week, and a representative of the publication will be glad to meet them all. The patronage this office receives from the county of Russell is highly appreciated. We take pleasure in publishing all the news from said county that reaches us, and we would be glad to have several regular correspondents from different localities in the county. enjoy life. 1. The popular liquid orm of Peruna the reliable ;2r?.Cth,1 American household, with a long history of waxes la treating all catarrhal difficulties. 2. The tablet form, which is made after the same formulary and li more convenient for many. has threo members you should know if you desire to llU f o. Manalip. the ideal laxative, by the regular use of noL. is Gmmag&bc every careful household. THE PERUNA COMPANY woica censupauon may oe overcome ana natural action restored. Manalia has no habit forming drug, but is an aid to nature. Your druggist has all three. Somany thousands have received beoefit from the use of one or both these remedies that they are a recognized part of the equipment of CoInM. Oila Pass Along the Smokes. warm-hearted To Tell Rank of Army Officer. well-fille- Here's Why Autos Skid. Pumping liquor intp automobile tires is the latest schema to smuggle liquor into dry West Va. The liquor is purchased in Hagerstown, Maryland, and taken to a point near . the West Virginia line and there pumped into the tires and hauled to Martinsville, W.'Va. , Street Commissioner Orlck .received a report of the tWck from several sources and advised Lieutenant Bar ber, Acting Chlef-o-f Police to be on the. lookout for the smugglers. ( i A grand jury of Adair county return-lethe following indictments at the term of circuit court, just closed, classified as follows: Trespass 4 Concealed Weapons 5 1 Disturbing Worship ' Breach of Peace15 Malicious Shooting- 1 Shooting without wounding 1 Breaking into Store house 1 '-1 i Common Public Nuisance Child Abandonment 1 do it. Malicious Cutting .3 Detaining a Woman i This, Is the way. Put your contrl- Liquor to Minor v 2 buf.inn in nn anvelnne and dron itr in v the nearest box now,' addressed to Total 36 Adair county .News, Columbia, Ky. . - - You people of Adair A second Lieutenant has an epaulet county won't let the men who are with no bar. fighting your fight go smoke-hungrA first Lieutenant has an epaulet Not a bit of it. You're going tc with one white bar. see to it that they get all the tobacco A captain an epaulet with two they need just as the folks back home white bars. has in England and France are taking A major has an epaulet with a gold care of the smokes for Tommy and maple leaf thereon. Poilu. It Isn't much to do considering. A A lieutenant colonel has an epaulet 'dollar or a quarter from you that gives with a silver maple leaf. a little comfort to one of your own! A Colonel has an epaulet with a nesn ana Diooa, uoesn't scacs up to silver spread eagle thereon. much alongside the fact that the very A brigadier general has an epaulet man you are. befriending may have to ; with one silver star. give up his life. A major general has an epaulet with But It's a regular thing to do and two silver stars you "regular" men and women will A lieutenant general has an epaulet y. U .. with three silver stars. A Gen. Lieut, is exceedingly rare. Thisfar in our history there have been only two. They were Washington and Grant. J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS L- 8 ... - .,., , . j .-i r i. X, -- . J,-:- - -- - X A Letter From Washing ton "The use of coarse flours instead of patent wheat flour is recommended by the Conservation Division of the Food Administration. The wheat needed for export is thus conserved, and at the same time healthful food for our own people is provided. The circulation of recipes providing for these uses would be of assistance in carrying out our plans." The following recipes for Corn Bread and Rye Rolls save wheat flour f and make attractive and wholesome food for every day when made with Writes t The Food Administrator and othec baking powder breads made of corn Us : RO VAI POW 1 kku CORN BREAD Vx BAKING RYE ROLLS M 1H cups corn xaeal 14 cup flour 4 level teaspoons Hojal Baking Powdei 1 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon salt IVi ccps milk 2 tablespoons shortening Hie thoroughly tlry ingredients; add milk and melted shortening: to"' "7611; pour into well greased pan and baka is 1 . shout 25 minutes. 2 cups rye flour teaspoon salt 3 level teaspoons Royal Bating Powder J4 cup milk yt tablespoon shortening: Sift dry ingredients together, add milh and melted shortening. Knead on floured hoard; shape into rolls. J?nt into greased pans and allow to stand in warm place SO to 25 minutes. 3ake in moderate oven 25 to 30 minutes. -- 1. prosperous, which bespeaks better times ahead for us, when every thing becomes normal. There are several oil rigs in different sections of the county ready to develope their oil and gas leases. A.s far as tested thev outlook i3 flattering. The Marion Development Company are utilizing the gas from a well on R. A. White's place, for fuel in boring a well on C. R. Buchanan's farm. Others tested the quality of the gas this week, and proquality, nounce it of and they think almost inexhaustible in quantity. Messrs. J. R. and J. E. Davis have bought an oil rig, and will commence at once to sink a well on the latter's property opposite the depot. It is their intention to place down several wells on their respective farms. The field is going to be thorougely worked, and much confidence prevails as to the outfirst-clas- s LOCALS. Arm BroKen. V. Officers of Election. West Columbia: J. W. Coy, Judge; E. McCandless, Judge; G. R. Reed, Clerk; T. E. Stults, Sheriff. J. Z. Pickett, East Columbia: Campbells-ville- , Mr. H. H. Brattain, of Judge; W. B. who Is superintending road Judge; Monb Stevenson, Patteaon, Clerk, Eobb. Royse Sheriff. building in Russell county, met with a Milltown: Chapman Bo honey, serious accident, near Jamestown, Judge; J. B. Keltner, Judge; Albert last Thursday morning. He was walk- Mercer, Clerk; S. M. Baker, Sheriff; ing along a bluff, and stepping on a Keltner: W. C. Rodgers, Judge rock which creened, he was precipitatGeo. Rodgers, Judge; H. B. Hendered down the incline, breaking his left son, Clerk; John W. Vere, Sheriff. arm. As soon as the accident occurGrady ville: Herschel S h e r r i 1 1, red he left the scene, in an auto, in Judge; W. P. .Flowers, Judge; Luther company with his wife, for Campbellsville. While here he did not Bell; Clerk; Hayden Keltner, Sheriff. Elroy: J. M. Corbin, Judge; Buel seem to be suffering bub little, and it Shiyes, Judge; Sanford Hurt, Clerk; is hoped that he will nob be laid up John W. Reece, Sheriff. many weeks. I C. V. McWhorter Dead. come. Our red, zckiiti end Line booklet " Best War Time Recipes" containing additional similar recipes scntfseson.i-sques.t- . Address Royal Baking Powdzr Company, Dept. H, 135 William Street, New York. nwrTtMi7ii j igvf The troupe of boy scouts hiked to Leraanon last Saturday. The scout team is composed of some of our best boys, and have already taken part in relief work. They have made a good impression as to their conduct, and they certainly are a useful contingent in many cases of distress. Their outdoor exercises have placed a glow. of health in their bodies, which was lacking heretofore. Mrs. W. T. Mardis, who un derwent a surgical operation sev eral days ago, is making rapid Knifley. Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Ingram, of Columbia, spent last Tuesday at Dr. J. C. Gose. Miss Serena Goodin visited Miss Flossie Arnold from Saturday until Monday. Died, on the 2nd of October, Altha, the wife of Clyde Jones. The interment took place at the Absher graveyard. Typhoid fever is raging in this community, Mr. J. A. Stay ton's family is getting better and Mr. Dee Knifley's family is all confined with it except three. Several from this place attended the burying of Mrs. Altha Jones. Mrs Ethel Russell and Mrs. Lucy Beard spent one night last week with the family of Mr. Dee Knifley. Mrs. Ollie Walker, who has been on the sick list for some time, is better. Mrs. Exura flumphress spent last Sunday at her mother's Mrs. Harriet Robinson, of Egpt. Mrs. Ora May Bean, of Russell Co., is spending .a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. C. M. Bault. The spelling match at White Oak schoolhouse last Saturday night was largely attended and all reported a nice time. Mr. Minatree Monday and family spent last Sunday with the family of Mr. Will Pendleton, of Columbia. The bean hulling at Mr. J. W. Hadley's was largely attended and all reported a nice time. They failed to have the patriotic meeting at this place the 29th For some reason unknown the speakers failed to come. Glensfork. ter, Mrs. Nannie May Loy were shopping at Creelsboro last Wednesday. Frank Taylor, one of our best young men, left last Tuesday for Camp Taylor, Louisville, where he will begin his training for the army. James F. Abrel sold a mule colt, last Monday, to a Mr. Page, near Cane Valley, for a fancy price. Ruel Ross, of Inroad, was visiting near this place last Thursday. Rev. Gwinn filled his appointment at the Christian church the 4th Sunday in September, Joe Wells, of Cumberland river, who purchased the Andrew farm, recently, is spending a few there sowing wheat. Mrs. Eva Wilkinson has about got her new dwelling house completed, situated near this place. font Hill. Pyrus. Most all ot our people are Egbert Smith is erecting a nice dwelling. When completed will add greatly to the appearance of our town. Mr. R. C. Cooper sold a nice mule colt to F. W. Luttrell, Monday. J. A. Luttrell sold a farm to Calvin McFarland, of Rantoul, 111. It is nestled among the beautiful hills of Casey county. Atha Bradshaw, who has resided here a number of years, will soon take his departure from among us and will take up his abode near the thriving town of Hustonville. We wish him a prosperous future. Rev. M. T. Grimes has purchased the Lester Smith farm. We suppose he will locate here soon. He is an upright man in every respect. We gladly welcome his coming. L. A. Hatfield, who has resided near Rantoul, 111., for quite a while, has returned home. John A. Luttrell bought a nice pair of mules of James Ragle last week. Smith Bros., has bought the J. T. Withers farm. Price $3,000. It is one of the beBt farm of this part of Russell county. Since autumn made its appearance a number of our .citizens are enjoying the pleasant nights by sitting near the little fires watching the coals glow with heat and listening to .the yelp of the fox hound that has so often cheered the. hunter, on: dark -- through cutting tobacco and some few have sold for a fancy price. Bradford Parnell returned from Illinois last week to answer the call for Uncle Sam, but did not pass in the examination. After spending ;a few days with his home people he will go back. Mr. KingRodgers, of the Kelt-ncommunity, is in a very critical condition. Mr. W. S. Pickett was in Columbia Monday. Miss Stella Keltner entered the L. W, T. S., last Monday. Mr. Herbert Holladay is progressing nicely with his school. Our people are well pleased with Mr. Holladay 's mode of teaching. His pupils are all advancing nicely. He is giving general satisfaction to all. Mr. Marshal Price is teaching a singing school at Big Creek church. Mr. .Price certainly is a fine singer. Miss Daisy Keltner, of Grady-villvisited Miss Stella Keltner last week. J. H. Burress, our produce man, makes his regular "trips to our community every Monday. er e, A note from Casey Creek, this county, says: ., Mr. C. V. McWhorter, formerly" of this place, died at his late home in Bentonville, Ark., Sept., 20. He left here 15 years ago and wenb to Oklahoma, remaining there netil the early part of this year, when he removed to the above named place. His death was unexpected to his many friends and relatives, as he was 111 only a few days. He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his loss besides a host of friends and relatives in Kentucky, Ok lahoma and Ark. Funeral services were conducted ab this place September 26. by Eld., J. Q. Montgomery, his remains being laid to rest in the McWhorter graveyard He lived a consistent Christian life from early manhood until the end, and his last words were for all to live righ and love one another. jl wouia say unto tne bereaved ones that you sorrow not as those who have no hope. Harmony; Willie Strange, Judge; Charlie Mitehum, Judge; Alvin Loy, Clerk; Finis Harvey, Sheriff. Glensfork: W. C. Grider, Judge; J. W. Jones, Judge; Horace Young, Clerk; H. K. Taylor, Sheriff. White Oak: George Blair, Judge; John Blair, Judge; Albert Bryant, Clerk; H.J. Conover, Sheriff. Little Cake: Monb Tarter, Judge; Welby Williams, Judge; J. L. Hatfield, Clerk; Ben Evans, Sheriff. Pelleyton: J. W. Kney, Judge; Wallace Goode, Judge, D. O. Pelley, Clerk; f. P. Coffey, Sheriff. Casey Creek: Jerome Barr, Judge; Vitus Clements, Judge; Virgil Clerk; R. C. Wheeler, Sheriff. Cane Valley: Leslie Tup man, Judge; W. H. Russell, .Judge; Robert Sublett, Clerk; Joel Watson, Sheriff. Egypt: W. P. Dillingham, Judge; Horace Murrell, Judge; Ebb Foster., Clerk; R. A. Cooley, Sheriff. South Columbia: Burton Y at , Judgh; Junius Hancock, Judge; L, C. Winfrey, Clerk; J. C. Strange, Sheriff. Ho-vioe-a- us, Died at Sewellton. progress to recovery. Mrs. W. O. Miller is spending this week with her daughter, E. M. Mardis, Louisville. Statement of the Ownership, Circulation etc., Required by the Act of August Man-agemen- t, The several cases of typhoid fever patients near here, have about aecovered. Mr. L. A. Taylor, who has been Superintendent of the Campbellsville Public Utilities Co.-- , for two years, has resigned, preparatory to moving to Brink-leArkansas, to accept a lucrative position for a business firm. The Central Oil Company,'' Indiana, will place in a supply station near the depot, to accommodate their growing trade. They will carry a full line, which will be a great convenience. The loose leaf house is nearing completion, and will be well equipped to handle all of the tobacco of this section to the best advantage. It is financed by our most enterprising local people, and we predict that it will be well patronized. Mr. Wm. Carroll "Atchinson sold his farm of 115 acres, to J. M. Lewis, Green county, for 24, 1912. Of The Adair County News published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct. State of Kentucky, County of Adair. l, 1917. ) f y, $4,000. Mr. H. A. Buchanan is going Keltner and wife spent Sunday to feed 50 head of steers this at C. W. Keltner. Mrs. J. H. Vire, Mr. R. 0. -f Sorghum making is the order of the day in this community. Stephen Wilkinson purchased of Willis Loy a small farm situated near this place. Price unknown. T. L. Upton purchased of J. L. Walker, of Columbia, a Dodge touring car. Jason McAninch and Henry Wesley, of Casey Co., were visiting Wm, Andrew and family last Sunday and Monday. Forest Bradshaw and family were visiting relatives at this place last week. The patriotic meeting which was held at1 this place last Wednesday was well attended and all report a nice time. Miss Laura Andrew is spending a few days in Casey county. Joe Morgan, wife and little dreary nights. son are visiting tne iormers sister- The papers are showing a patriotic spirit, bleeding the demands of the gevernment for an increase in food production. . A number of our best farms have been sold to people living outside of the county. It is very encouraging to have this addition Come on ye Irvin7s Store corLiUie Sextbn,( at East ,-Mrs. Jto our citizenship, as in everyjn-stahc- e respondents and give us some Fork, this "week. the purchasers are enter- Strange and daugh newsy items from your town. Mrs. Ann prising. Hivery one seems to De Mr. W. S. Pickett and family silage to feed them. spent Saturday night at Mr. A number ot silos have been built here this year. The farmEmett. Parsons. ers seem to think they are a very Hatcher. profitable addition, and; it will not be long until they will be Up to present, this has been found on every ideal weather for the farmers to farm. Prof. W. L. Dawson, primary harvest their crops. Our county has one of the best corn crops in professer in the Buchanan Colleits history. Tobacco is par ex- giate Institute, and now engaged cellent, and good returns are ex- in school work at Lagrange, has pected. Some dark tobacco has purchased the Oldham Era, and been sold at an average of fif- will engage in newspaper work. teen cents. Some offers of a Mr. John H. Chandler, Louisrise of twenty cents have been ville, addressed a patriotic meetoffered for Burley. The only ing at the courthouse last Sunsetbacks "that the farmfirs are day evening. As Campbellsexperiencing is labor. They are ville was his former home, a paying from 10 to 20 cents for large crowd was present to putting corn in the shock. Prep- show their esteem. aration is well in hand for a At the Frankfort Reformatory large acreage of wheat. Judg- amount ing from of fertilizer 300 illiterate prisoners are being bought- a fifty per cent., in- taught to read and write by the crease is predicted. Illiteracy Commission. well-equipped winter. He has put up enoueh - The Louisville Methodist Conference at Hopkinsville agreed to raise $200,000 in five years for educational work. Mayor Mitchell, who was beaten for the Republican rennmina-tiois a- candidate to succeed himself on the Fusion ticket. , n, - Mrs. Sarah McKee, wife of Dr. John L. McKee, deceased, once the pastor of the Columbia Presbyterian Church and principal of the Male and Female Hige School, is now old, but she is doing her bit in spite or her years. When nob engaged in household affairs her needles are kept - P. O. ADDRESS 3TAME OF busy, knitting for soldiers. She has Pub. The Adair County News Co. lived to see her country win three Ky. Columbia, S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. wars, the Mexican, the Civil and the Editor, C " Spanish American. In a letter to the " Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris ' " Danville Messenger she tells of cookBus. Mgr. C. S. Harris 2. That the owners are: (Give ing for the soldiers during the civil names and addresses of individual war while she was a resident of Coowners, or. if a corporation, give lumbia. She says that one soldier enhere and carried its name and the names and addresses tered her cook-roooff a boiling pot of food, to be eaten of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent, or more of lotal amount of at his convenience. Mrs. McKee was very much loved when she lived here stock.) and will be remembered by many of The Adair County News Co. our residents. She now lives in To, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. peka, Kansas. Maggie S. Harris; Columbia, Ky. W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky Jo the Drafted Soldier. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, owning or holding 1 per cent., or Your sweetheart may not go with you: more of total amount of bonds, mortWhen freedom's flags unfurled, gages or other securities are: But you may take her cheery smite (If there are none so state.) None. Half way around the world, two paragraphs nest And should you reach the battle field 4. That the To which you think you're going, above, giving tne names or tne owners, shockholders, and security hold- You still may hear her loving words As plain as bugles blowing. ers, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as She'll keep her parlor neat and clean! they.appear upon the books of the The tapers burning bright, company, but also, in cases where the Breathe prayers to the God above stockholder or security holder appears To shield you through the fight. upon the books of the company as Then when the fiag is furled again, trustee or inany other fiduciary reThe camp fires close their burning lation, the name of the person or cor- She'll at the gate In ecstacv poration for whom such trustee is actAwalb for your returning. ing, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements em- Then prove to her, this loyal girl, Her faith Is nob misplaced, bracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and con- And that the name you'll offer her, Has never been disgraced. ditions' under which stockholders and security holders who do nob appear up For though the soldiers tffe be hard And be nob of your choosing, on the books of the company as trusThe stronger that you make the fight tees, hold stock and securities in a The less you will be losing. capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no Then here's to you my gallant frlendsi, reason to believe that any other per I wish you all good Luck, son, association, or. corporation nas And should you reach the battle field! You sure must show your pluck, any interesb direcb in or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securi- lb is'fof you that little girl Will keep her love llghb burning . ties than as so stated by him. And anxiously she'll watch and wait C. S. Harris, Editor and Mgr. Her soldier boy's returning. Sworn to and subscribed before me Robert Lee Campbell, day of Oct. 1917. this 1st 217 West Walnub St., seal: Jo S.Juifley. Louisvilie,.Ky. Notary Public Adair County, Ky 4 ". My commission expires March 8bh.,' f.Q THE WAUUOUNTY HEWS : 192Q. . .; .. . to-wi- Before me, a Notary Public, in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared C S. Harris, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Editor, publisher and business manager of the Adair County News and that the following is, to the best of and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, 1. That the name and address of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business manager is: t: One night last week Mrs. Stella r. Williams, the beloved wife Luke Williams, a highly respected lady of Sewellton, Russell county, died two hours after giving birth to a baby. The deceased was thirty-si- x years old, and was very popular in the community where she had spent her entire life. She was a daughter of the late Stanton Wooldridge, who in his life time was prominent In the affairs of Russell county. A large concourse of relatives and friends attended the funeral, and the expressions of sympathy came from all in attendance. Besides her husband she leaves a number of children, mother, brothers and sisters. May God comfort them in this hour of great sorrow, is the wish of The Adair County News. of-M- Doing Her Bit. eighty-seven-yea- rs m -- ' - f -- 4 j i- -' 'v- -i nfirrinnraa - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3t house-to-house AKeritacky Boy in :" MitiksiKiri, at Mrs.'Stanley's Proclamaiion. Mississippi. Sept., 29r 1917. Dear-Edito- .I - and readers of The Dear Sir! The Women's Branch of the News: . The Lexington soldier boys .are National Council .of Defense is now'quartered in their new home doing its power to aid at.Hattiesburg, and I am glad the Food Administration in to state that most of them are the success of the nation enjoying the change of climate wide campaign to be conducted during the week of October 21 to the fullest extent. On Wednesday morning Sept. to 28. 26th at 9 o'clock sharp the signal of Mr. F. M. At , to prepare for moving was given Sackett, Federal Food AdminisAn Old Record. by the buglers, and almost trator for Kentucky, I have, as every tent in the Honorary Chairman of the WomMr. Geo. McMahan, of this Third Regiment fell, amid the en's Council, issued a proclama glad hurrahs of the eager boys. tion, a copy of which I am en place, has handed us the followAt 5 o'clock in the afternoon closing in the hope , that the ing record which was kept by every article from a machine press of Kentucky will find his great grandfather, and which ha3 been "preserved all these gun to a tent stake was careful- apace to use it. years. The paper upon which ly packed awBy in cars "ready for Assuring you that both the shipment, and at 10 o'clock in Council of Defense and the Food the record was kept has grown the night the 3rd Kentucky's Administration are deeply appre- yellow with age, but the handtwo thousand privates and off- ciative of the unselfish and pa- writing is perfectly plain: Mr. John Keen Sr., was born icers were comfortably seated on triotic support these two branchtrains that carried them away es of the Government service are June the 4, 1777. Betty G. Keen was born on from their own native State. receiving from the Kentucky Friday the 13 September, 1777. Sweet good-bye- s and hearty Press, I am, On Tuesday, November 17, wishes for our future success Respectfully, 1801, Robert W. 'Keen was born. 'rang out from the thousands Sue S. Stanley, On Friday, March 2, 1804, who gathered to witness our deHonorary Chairman Women's A. Keen was born. parture. Branch National Council of DeOn Friday, April the 17, 15Q7, On Thursday the Second Reg- fense. . Elizabeth B. Keen was born. iment followed in similar form, The Proclamation. On Friday, July '(, 1809, John and now there remains nothing H. Keen was born. ,of Gamp Stanley but the name. Whereas, our beloved National On Friday, 21 of June, 1811, The fields on Verseilles pike will Government is entering a war, probably be turned again to the upon the outcome of which de- Wm. G, Keen was born. On Sunday July 11, 1813, S purposes of agriculture and the pends the preservation of the call of the katydidViH take the sanctity of womanhood and that zen Ann Keen was born. On Tuesday, October 24, 1815 place of the sharp music of the keystone of civilization, the bugle. But there will remain home, as well as the. preserva Mary Jane Jane Keen was born. On Tuesday, May 27, 1817, always the menory of the days tion of human liberty and De when the streets were alive with mocracyand all that Kentuck Nancy S. Keen was born. On Thursday, July 29, 1819, men in fighting, preparing them- ians and Americans hold most James H. Keen was born. selves in God's country for the dear; and On Tuesday, June 3, 1823 battle at Armageddon, when the Whereas, our fathers, sons, Elanzey D. Keen was born. host of democracy go forth to husbands and brothers will soon meet in death struggle the goto the battle-fron- t, braving mfj hordes of the Hun who is driving shot and shell, facing depriva at the gates of civilization. And tion and suffering and daunting perhaps in the full finition of death, that the womanhood of years, when the God in heaven Kentucky and America may nev has set all things right again, er be called upon to face the the'men who go now will return, horrors that have been visited Q IL some of us, to stand and salute upon the womanhood of bleeding on our old home camp grounds Belgium and afflcted France; and to watch Freedom's glorious banJ iV TV' Whereas, the world's produc ' r?Xtfii,S ner sing to rest at eventide with tion of food has been decreased vifr- - A v si the glint of the golden sunset of and its needs increased by the Old Kentucky on our n demands of war and unless there 9S faces and the ringing notes of be sacrificial economy in. the the Star Spangled Banner carry- home in American homes and ing to us a message of peace Kentucky homes Our loved " Sh! What would happen. to me if I were your kid? and contentment. ones and their Allies on the bat Well, if you're not acquainted True Kentuckians and true tie line' and those for whom they with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good exAmericans, we will leave the fight at home, may endure hun cuse I have. I Can't Help Helping Myself they're so land that is more than a resting good! Good for me too, beger and even starvation and the place, more than tradition could cause Calumet Bakings are wholesome and easily digested. ever make it, a land that is home holy crusade for liberty, democMillions of mothers use to us. No matter where our racy and the sanctity of womanm course may lie, no matter wheth-e- f hood may be. in vain; and it leads to fame and fortune Whereas, our Government, or. to an unsung grave on bleak because of its purity because seeking to divert such a catas- it always gives best results and ia hillside of devastated France. economical in cost and U3e." trophe for civilization, is plan Calumet contains only tuch Lord God of hosts be with us yet, ingredient at have been ap proved officially by the U. S. ning a campaign throughout the Lest we forget, lest we forget, Food Authorities. home, ThatKentuckyJs You save when vou buy It. Nation during the week begin You save when you use It. And the noblest jet ning uccooer zi, jluiy, to secure QUAirrv HIGHEST. Arthur C. Wolf ord, Awns; pledges from American families Co. I. 3rd JKy. Infantry,. v& Hattiesburg,' Miss., to help humanity in this war by with the GovernThe, second 40 per cent or ment in the conservation of our 275,000 men, of theHew Nation- food supply; and al Army will be transported this Whereas, Mr. Fred M. Sackett, week from their homes to the various cantonments. The mov- National Food Administrator in ement at the rate of 55,000 men Kentucky, will need the aid of daily began Wednesday and ends thousands of women in our "State Sunday, The final quota of 15 in making the campaign so thorper cent of the 687,000 men se- ough, that no one who can help lected for the new army will be-i- n to .move to the cantonments in the Old Kentucky Home will on Oct. 3. A new record for be overlooked; Secretary Baker has announced Therefore do I proclaim. That maximum passenger service, was established by.the railroads dur- this Food Conservation' week be that only two civilian organizaperiod ending regarded as a Holy Week in Ken-- , tions will be allotted space in the ing the five-daSept, 23, when, without fc single tucky, and I call upon all women various cantonments, the Y. M. accident, they transported C. A,, and the Knights - of Coof the new army, in ad- and women's organizations who dition to the largest regular pas have .the future of their country lumbus. senger and freight 'traffic they and humanity-a- t hearty to give The Ornhan. Brigade will hold bandied mtheir Jijs- -i their-timeand energy 'to their its .ahnuaL reunion at. the Tyler tory .V . J county organization, an4'PrknJ'Hotel4'n Iuivilie:.OctQbri3fcn. r its-sacrifiall-withi- n -- promoting the-reque- st ally assist them in the campaign, and in seeing that every family jn our beloved Commonwealth is given an opportunity to do its part to make for civilization. Sue S. Stanley, (Mrs. A. O. Stanley) Honora'ry Chairman Women's Branch National Council of Defense. Governor's Mansion, Frankfort, Ky., Sept., 28, 1917, A. D. Cj&"9"9OC4m 4 kJ ck w ''p. tt ifiMt iiici case rjur Wheat Acreage So see Min mh0.4o$444a V , .- - 4 Ve have two cars of Fertilizer ready for pyou, don't wait too long, the demand 'H may exceed the supply. -- - that your Drill is in good shape. Let us know what repairs you need at once and avoid loss. . N we nave wneat Drills on hand now, buy and save money. The Jeffries Hardware Store. t $$"6$46$$ John D. Rose, aged 83, a Confederate veteran, has been arrested at Winchester charged with abducting his two-year-o- 4 $$$$$$444$$$$ EVERYTHING IN Hil-dr- ed ld step-child- . . Five policemen were arrested in Philadelphia in connection with the political feud which resulted in the murder of a policeman on election day. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Mrs. Jane Chapline, the widow of J, B. Chapline, for many years a merchant at Munford-vill- e, died last week at her home llncornorated 116 Caat Matket Street Between First and Brock in that town, aged 89 years. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CC). Louisville, Ky. The coal situation in Eastern Kentucky has been cleared up and the strike declared off, the miners beinggranted an advance of ten cents a ton and a $1.50 Do you wish to enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that the Tombstone for day laborers. or Monument you erect as a final tribute to the one you loved, and whose Take Notice: memory you wish to pass down to posterity, will nob only be a fitting and beautiful memorial, but will also endure through ages to come? If you do your attention is called to the many monuments of Marble and Granite which I have placed m the Cemetery at Columbia and surroundirjgburryintr grounds which will show you the beauty and durability of the material used in construction, and attesting the care and neatness with which my woik Is their dona. Call on O. P. Bush, Columbia, Ky., and tell him what you want, and he will make you prices within easy reach of all. Give him your order and you will be sure to get the best on the market. MONUMENT MANUFACTURER, w -- JTOE) C. SIMS, Lebanon Of Ky. war-wor- 'The Pirate- - See Us About If your cas- Bettter Than Ever Are Our Gigantic Stocks Tubes! ings give way before their time, perhaps your tubes are at fault. Don't blame the casings until after you talk to us. Perhaps your tubes leak air slowly so that you run on low pressure a good part of the time. If this is true you ought to replace your tubes at once with Goodyears, for these tubes are constructed in the right wayto hold air long time, giving your casings a chance to deliver all the mileage that built into them. prop-erlyandtola- Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Wall Paper and Draperies. We Specialize in these Lines and Cater Especially to the People that Want Reliable Goods at a Minimum Price. Every inquiry is answered intelligently and we count our satisfied customers in Adair county and vicinity by the score. To know all about Floor Coverings, a visit to our spacious floors is instructive and convincing. mm -- Hubbuch Bros. 522-5- 24 & Wellendorffj Inc., St., W. Market l Louisville, Kentucky. The Best Fed Soldiers. The men of the national army m training at Camp Zachary Taylor will be the best fed soldiers in the world. Thi3 is the gist of the first re-- , port to be made by the newly organized sanitary corps of the army. J&xDert dietitians com- fposing this corps have been mak ing a preliminary survey for the American soldiers. Their conclusions are grounded on the fact that every man in the. army is to receive a daily average of 17,500 calories. When it is recalled that the average la- boring man requires less than 5,000 calories and the office workr tr about 3,500) the gain in enerv -- VKJ sta has-bee- n We especially Tubes. rec- ommend Goodyear Heavy Tourist maintained in every product sold 4ju a. of Ih&hlgh These tubes are typical standard gy on the side of the soldier.isat once apparent, the corps will report. The war department has.taken elaborate and comprehensive precautions to prevent waste- - at Camp Zachary Taylor and the other cantonments. In the feeding of the men waste will he minimized through the fact that'the food will be prepared and cooked under the direction of who will be trained by special courses in 'Army cooking mes-cook- s, y schools. . " 5,-OOO.men GOFF BROS., Columbia, Kentucky. bvver -- . . Throughout Kentucky Sundgy night there was a heavy white frost; but on account of fhe great r dryness '.but . little.- damagtw: -- . I done. .S1 '.,..--- p. - - - ' t .": 5- ,- Vi . I' K in. ME ADAlR COUtfTtf NEWS -- - -- ""ggft i : HENRY -- W. DEPP, War News. DENTIST Am permanently located in Co " STOMACH TROUBI have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or greasej I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard A lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow and Inlay work a Specialty. Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach "trouble. I would de All Work Guaranteed.. "Sfc Office oyer G. W. . Lowe's Shoe Store Phone 13 8 BusInes;Phoe IX . THEBFOEB'S DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST up Stairs. ):ficr. Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g BL recommended very highly, so began to use it. It curbed me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liyer and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. , Columbia, - Kentucky Office: Russell Bldg. Res. Phone No. 1. James Taylor, Columbia, Ky. M. D. ONE CENT A DOSE (173) Will Answer All Calls. SEfS2& - Road Surveys. troops in the National Guard and the regular Army as well, I will drill wells in Adair an to training camps or emBY RODMAN WILEY. adjoining counties. See me be either Surveys for either highways or fore contracting. Latest im- barkation points. Some slight conception of what this problem railroads are absolutely necessaproved machinery of all kinds. may be deducted from ry if the work is to be done most Give means Pump Repairing Done. the fact that in the National Ar- economically and in a busines me a Call. my movement alone the railroads like manner though there are have have had to prepare special yet a few people who seem to I. C. YATES schedules covering the 4,533 think expenditures for such purtowns and cities designated by poses are useless. DENTAL OTPBUCEJ r the Provost Marshal General, as Without surveys no estimate the points of local concentration of any value can be prepared, Dr. from which the recruits of the the cheapest line cannot be seNTI8T new National Army proceed to lected, nor can the work be DRUG CO. OVER the cantonments. In addition checked after completion to see Columbia, Ky. the special train movements have that the contractor has complied OFFICE! PHOMI B RES PHONE 30. had to be so directed as to pre- with his agreement, neither can vent interruption to the regular the drainage structures be proppassenger service. The longest erly figured or recommendations haul made in the new National made as to what should be done, Veterinary Surgeon and J)enlist Army movement to date was There has been an impression mmmtwwwwwmwnmm Special attention given Diseases of all that of the special train which that the cheapest survey will G. R. Reed . M. Tutt Domestic Animals moved the citizen soldiers from suffice but such is not true and ,vtfflce-ttt Residerice,"l mile of town, on Yuma, Arizona to Fort Riley, care should be taken to see that Jamestown road. Kansas a distance of 1,514 miles. a competent man is employed to Phone 114 G. This trip occupied forty-eigColumbia, Ky. hours. The shortest distance make road surveys or any other kind of surveys. traveled by an unit of the new I 3 Years Practice Consultation Free A very short time ago surveys National Army was that of the .REATi ESTATE were submitted from two coun District of Columbia unit to DEALERS Dr. Menzies Camp Mead in Maryland a ties in Western Kentucky. The trip work happened to be reconstrucof less than twenty-fiv- e miles. Offer the following Property for ' tion, the county officials employ- OSTeOFftTff Practically all of the National Sale: ' Butler B'l'd'g on Public Square. Guard movements to date have ed a man almost wholly inexper1 FARM ienced in such work. When the beed of great length, the longest Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, COIAJMBIiVirST., plans were submitted to the De- on Green river,' 1 mile from pike now one was that made by a battalion partment of Public Roads for ap- under construction. 52 acres river of San Francisco engineers from Moving the Army. proval,- the excavation seemed bottom. Good dwelling, barn and out Price buildings, 2 good orchards. San Francisco to a point on the excessive and upon investigation 35,000. Coincident with the start of Atlantic coast. This battalion it was found that little attention TOWN PROPERTY the third division of the new included 506 men and 18 officers. had been given to laying the Nine room two story dwelling and National Army for the training They occupied a special train grade line, and the engineers of lot, situated on one of the best res Columbia, near the dence camps, Wednesday, the comprising one standard sleeper the office with very little effect square,streets in out buildings. A barn and Railroads' War Board issued the nine tourist sleepers, one bag-ca- revised the grade line and saved very desirable home. A bargain. Price on application. and following statement in connec- gage car, two kitchen the county over a thousand dol 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, tion with the part which the three box cars. Their train lars per mile of road. Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres railroads haye played in hand- left San Francisco at 4 p. m. on I am of the opinion that the timber, fenced. $50 per acre. Sept. 1st and arrived at destinaling the biggest troop movement miles law should require that the State 124 acre farm, 2 Casey, S. W. of Dunn tion at 10:15 a.'m., Sept. 8th. and Russell ville, in Adair, ever attempted in this country, Road Department make all road counties, reasonable good buildings, Twenty-fiv- e per cent of the including the National Guard, surveys. By so doing, I am pos- good orchard, good spring, well water, the regular Army and the new men in the National Army or ap70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, proximately 172,000 are included itive that better and cheaper 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, National Army. The raijroads to work will result because two or limestone land, 3600 to 3800 worth of date have moved approximately jn the division that will be en timber. Price 32,800. trained for cantonments from three parties can then be kept 720,000 soldiers from their homes 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X now until October 7thr It is ex-- in the field the entire year. Ex- Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highto training camps or embarkation r pected that the balance of the perienced men chosen to perform way; Estimated to have 75;000 ft. points. The great bulk of the such duties and the surveys for saw timber. Price 31,200. army, all of it in fact except the citizen soldiers will be entrained the coming year can all be pre- 88 Acres of- land within mile of the 4M4 32,549 men included in the first beginning October 17th. The corporate limits of Columbia, Ky., railroads have taken every step pared by at least January or Feb- good new buildings, and well watered. 5 per cent., of the National Arruary and contracts let two or Price ?2,500. my that moved by regular train to safeguard the lives that the has entrusted to three months before the road sea2 acres of land, good 7 room dwelling on September 5th, has required government and to complete the troop son opens. It will result in much and outbuildings and blacksmith shop, them special train service involving movement without delay and al- cheaper bidding and will insure on pike near Cane Valley. Price $1400 the use of 13,500 passenger cars, so without interfering with the the work being completed dur- or will trade for farm. .including 1,500 . Pullman and abnormal amount of commercial ing the' season. 11 Residences and lots In and near Columbia, prices range from $3,000 to traffic that the war has produced. tourist sleepers, and 2,000 bagThe damage done the navy $3,500. gage cars and 4,500 freight cars. For obvious reasons it would not A farm of 73 acres well improved 2 ''The troop movement problem be wise to divulge in detail the yards at Pensacola by the recent good barns, good spring, within mile, plans which have been followed has .been most difficult to handle in moving the men to their vari- windstorm is estimated at $100,-00- of Stanford pike. Price'32,800. not only the ous cantonments and embarka, as it comprises KT5T. movement of the men selected tion points, sufficient toHsay that Eight thousand men entered for the National Army canton-- the movement is progressing Camp Taylor last Wednesday, mnts, but the movement of smoothly and to the complete sat- being the third increment of iukuuuuuuiuiiiuuumuiuuj twenty per cent, husdredi o'f of isfaction of the government. U-bo- at WELL DRILLER James Triplet! PATJ-LXi The Italians have started another offensive near Triest and have stormed and captured several high positions on a Bainziz-z- a Plateau and took" 1,406 prisoners. All counter attacks of the Austrians have been repulsed. Three severe attacks delivered against the British lines in Flanders by the Germans were each repulsed. The Germans advanced under a heavy cloud of smoke and a'so used flame throw-- , ing apparatas. The British have won a most signal victory near Bagdad, where they not only captured the strong Turkish position bu; the Turkish General. Aimed Bay and all his staff were made prisoners together with several thousand men, a large quantity of amunition and a number of guns. The third air raid upon London in a week was accomplished Saturday night when 11 were killed and 82 injured. The two former raids were unsuccessful and the hostile fleet was driven off by the English flying squadron and firt from London guns. A British freighter sunk a after a fight German which lasted for some tima. A British submarine sunk, according to the British Admiralty, a German submarine after a longfighe. Several of the German crew were rescued from the sea after the boat sunk. Gen. Wilder is to enlarge Cainp Taylor,, having been given full authority by the War Fred G. Jones & Co. UNCOR.PUKATED Brook & A. Streets LOTJTSVXLLE. KY. i Doors, ,: Windows, Mouldings, Porch Columns, . Stairways? General Building Material. Will Send Catalog On Request Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Is Offering all Farm Machinery .Very Attractive Prices. at Wagons Grain Drills Diac Harrows ' ' Iv. H. Jones Smoothing Harrows Bulverizers ht TUTT & REED Turning Plpws at from 10 to 33 per cent, below cost to-day's James Call and see us or write for our prices. We also sell Dry Goods Shoes and Clothing at less than Cost ' Calico 10c Best Dress 'Ginghams 18c to-da- y, rs h Outing 15c Bed Blankets worth ,$4.75 ':-for 3.50. . , t j? TOODSON IETWTB THGE MEWS, - ONE DOLLAR V. , f. ' Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. 0. WHOLESALE '. COLUMBIA, . -- Windows,- - Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Vork, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog thousands f ... l .8. ,.V . .vtf-'- v" - - ,.Taai.yifiMfra. THE ADAIR BotftWffcttEWS -- --. .r--. Tif,-s- J - ., , , . , .TW ,fir .,, "f,-- --:- . - ,.JJ- - M -- rc?v7i - irat l3t Zi b BHI nl . am mm wmm m mm mmmmmm Hfl B H H mm B mM mM mm m mM B b mM w mwMMr B S kmmmw M At i S fl& 111 i n J Allan Co. 9 &c? Campbellsville, Kentucky. Realzing the need of a tobacco market in Campbellsville, we the undersigned promoters announce to the growers of vAdair and surrounding Counties, the fact that we now tiave in the course of construction such a market, and offer the conveniences to you in the sale of your crop POLICY ' - This house will be operated on a STRICT COMMISSION BASIS ONLY, and none of the officers, directors or employees- - will be permitted to purchase any tobacco whatever for speculation or otherwise on our flours. '". Positively No Pen Hooking Permitted On The Premises Whatever crop by floor space; competent manager, facilities for. This market offers you the best facilities for disposing taking care of your crop,.teams and wagons. Good roads leading to Campbellsville, and the benefit .of showing your tobacco to the best advant-ag- e . . with plenty of light. We can handle 250,000 pounds daily. 'up-to-date AIVANTAGHES your having ample 'I 3 t a $ Will be $&;' Oi to Receivi OI m rop On Completion O Of the Tobacco Warehouse . Hold Your Tocacco For This Market OS Don't Sell Your Crop Too QuicR. X '&&. -- 'r ?&? JC ' "v Ample Stable Room aO Best Location of Any Market Near Here, Built on Grounds : 1 of and Near Campbellsville Canning Co. OE X 'a.--. t '. PROMOTERS: 4 J. R. Davis, J. R Dayis, Chas. R Clark, Taylor Estes, J. A. Hubbard. - .- - S Sam Bottom. Formally With the Greensburg Loose Leaf Market W After YOUR BEST INTEREST r will look 4HQHQl$4NQMfr4MfrHQ WWWWV S r v