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Tim paid for price is $1.50 for all within the first and second zones Beyoug the second zone the price is 2 00 Our force of bookkeepers, under War conditions, is limited and we may be delayed in getting your name off of the list: but when you faii to cet the paper, plesse advisa us if we are in error: or else send in, or bring your $1 50 or 2.00 a the zone may require. This uotice is final. We are compelled to slop the paper for all, as fast as we can adjust our accounts, except for .those who have paid up, for one year in advance We have several thousand subscribers, and we do not doubt that every one is good, and will pay in due time all arrearages. We would much prefer to rnn the business of the paper on a credit basis, knowing that it would suit many of our best patrons better on this plan. But we are not allowed to do this under the present condition, and if we lose many of our subscrib ers, we cannot avoid it. Please look at your label, aud if you want the continued, advise us promptly to either continue or stop. In the future it will be an oversight or delay in bookkeeping, if we fail to take from the list any who have not paid up one year in advance SS1 50 for the News First and Second Zones. S2.00 Outside of Second Zone. pa--p- er Adair's Best Known Women, Peacefull? Sinks to Rest. FUNERALSERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED REPORT OF THE-- CONDITION OP KESEUVE DISTRICT NO 8. II. G. HENDRICKSON: Passes Over Divide Wednesday of Last Week. Made Great Hit. V No Compromise Peace. Sept. 15 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ir- -s April. AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE Last Wednesday morning about two "Force; force to the utmost, force The residents' of Columbia were not OF7CENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE thirty, deatn's slumbers enshrouded withont stint or limit, the righteous surprised, last Tuesday morning, when the cot of U Green Hendrickson, and triumphant force which shall OF BUSINESS AUG. 31, 1918. prominent Casey Creek citizen and it was announced that Mis. Mary T. make right the law of the world, and RESOURCES. Harvey had died. The end came at claimed him as his own. Mr. Hendcast every selfish dominion down in those 2 o'clock a. m. She had been afflict- I.oauf and rickson ha'd been suffering for about the dust." sliouainb andc) .... 3200 593 two weeks, and owing to his advanced ed (or several months, her body grad $200 593 73 Total Loans A. J Balfour, speaking for Great age, hope for his recovery was abandually wasting as the days would come U.S. Bonds deposited 'o secure Brittain: "It is incredible that anyoned and he gradually sank until the and go, and hence those who frequent, citculation (par value)... S25 000 certiileate ot inend came peacefully to close his life's that it is hoped that Nell & Son will thing can come of this proposal of ly visited the sick chamber knew that U. S. Bonds and owned and debtedness Mr. Hendrickson's life is too bring them weekly, if possible. Mr. peace." it was only a question of ashore time 35 000 00 history. S10 000 00 well known for us to add a word of Nell is doing a splendid and patriotic wheu God would relieve her.of bodily Liberty" Loan Bonds 'iVt. 4, and 10 000 00 beauty or Notice. 4J per cent unpledged suffering. eloquence, as it was full of service in featuring these big shows, Securities other than U, S. bonds of deeds well done for his Master, noble all strictly along the one big idea There were but few better known (not including stocks) owned impulses prompted with unselfishness America today, patriotism and winwomen in Adair county. She was a unpledged At a special meeting of the Adair 18 63T 45 18 687 45 County Board of haalth held in the and death proved only a portal for his ning the war. teacher for many years, and she Total bonds, securities ...etc entrance into a nobler and better The next big attractionjwhich comes sffice of Dr. 3. P. Miller, on Saturday-Augus- t the reputation of rapidly ad- Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 1 500 00 (50 per cent of subscription) sphere He was a devout member of on Oct , 12, is "The Man Without a vancing her pupils Before her mar Value Banking bouhe 31st, 1918, present S. P. Mil1 0C0 00 of was a Miss Turk, Lawful reserve with Federal Reriage the deceased the Christian church, a strong factor Country." This is based on thejgreat ler, Chairman, and S. A. Taylor and good and his community and novel written by Edward Everett N. M. Hancock members of said Board 20 118 27 for serve Bank her parents dying many jears ago Hale, one of the most intensely Amer- After visiting the public privy and county is made poorer in his death. Many years ago her husband dud, Cash in vault and net amount due G5 092 01 from National Banks leaving her with three small children. His first, marriage was to Miss ican works ever written, and written some pig pens and back streets and Net amounts due from Banks and ' Mariah Jane Sanders and to this by a direct descendant of the first lots it was decided that said privy and besides rearing them, she bought Bankers, and trust companies Union were born four children, one American martyr of the Revolution, was in a very unsanitary condition and paid for a comfortable home. Her than included in items 13, other ! :....none 14, and 15 son died several years ago and four which gave to this country its free- and was a menace to the public health daughter, Miss Mae, has been her conChecks on other banks in the same daughters survive; Mesdames Mollie dom, and typical of the sentiments of and it was and is hereby directed that stant companion, and during the mothcity or town as reporting bank Keiger, Ella Bland and Myrtie Brum-Ie- he great struggle in which we are said privy be closed until put In a san er's illness was always at the bed 31 300 other than item 17 of Kansas and Mrs Elizabeth Mit now engaged. side, itary condition. Also that the way Total of items 14. 15. 16, 17 C5 453 32 and IS chell of Oklahoma. There were no Her son, Mr. John T.Harvey, lives in the pig pens, privies and premises are located outside of children born to his second wife who J C. 5. BlacKburn Dies Suddenly, kept are a source of danger to the pubBoston, Mass , and when notified of Checks on banks of reporting bank city or town was Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders After his mother's serious illness, came at lic health and should be cleaned and G OS and other cash items once and with a nurse he provided, Redemption fund with U. S. kept clean or closed. That the rubher death he married Mrs. Woodrum Washington, Sept, 12 Joseph C. bish, filth and weeds should be cleanTreasurer and due from U. S. Roso who with the children of his first and sister, the three watched faith1 250 00 Treasurer fully at the bedside wife, and sisters, Mesdames Mary S. Blackburn, former senator from ed up, the premises kept clean and Another Interest earned but not collected Chelf, Nancy Stay ton of Missiouri and Kentucky and in recent years resident disinfected. Those failing to comply son, Mr Harry Harvey, if livi(approximate) ng-, is somewhere in the far westj but WarSavlngs Certificates and Thrift Mrs. William Belton of Kansas; also commissioner of the Lincoln Memor- with this will be dealt with under, Stamps actually owned no word has come from him for sevthree brothers, Joe of Casey Creek, ial Commission, died early today at Sec. 520 Ky., Statutes. This includes Felix of Missouri and former County home here. He was stricken shortly the entire county. eral years 359 794 75 Total Judge, W. T. Hendrickson of this city. after arising with a recurrence of S. P. iMiller. Besides the children she leaves one LIABILITIES. heart attacks, from which he was a S A.Taylor. sister, Mrs Rice, of this county, and 25 000 00 chronic sufferer. one brother, Mr. W. Turk, of Bagnell Capitul stock paid in N. M. Hancock. AH Patriots. 2G 000 00 Surplus fund Senator Blackburn was almost 80 Station, Texas. Si 7S0 36 Undivided profits, years old and served thruout the Civil Mrs Harvey made a profession of Lost; A large bill b ,6k. with 2 war Le'ss current expanses, in Adair Boys Wounded and Missing S27 SO 952 56 taxes paid terestand Word comes from Dr. R B Watson War with the Confederate army. Re- saving Stamps and some other papera her faith in Christ when quite a young In France. and discount collected who was at Pensecola, FJa., enlisting suming law practice in Kentucky af- in it. Finder will return to me and woinau and united with the Christian Interestnot earned approximate but Church, remaining faithful to iter Amount reserved for taxes accrued as surgepn in the Navy He had pass ter the war, he was elected to the get a reward. J. F Neat. 1 764 7G 47-ed both physical and medical exami Kentucky Legislature and later to 25 000 00 report profession until the final dissolution Circulating Notes outstanding.. Dispatches from the front This entire community feels the Net amount due to Banks and nation and was accepted. Dr, Watson Congress, serving in the House from that Private Cohen Royse, son of A Bankers and Trust Companies sympathy for the surviving From Coburg. is a son of Rev B T. Watson of the 1875 to 1885 He represented Kent 67 51 thur Royse, of the Breeding neighbor- members of other than included in 31 or 32 family. local Presbyterian church. He will tucky in the Senate from 1835 to 1897, the GT 51 Total of Items 32 and 33 hood, was wounded in action in some Religious services were held at Individual deposits suoject to have the rank of Lieutenant in the and again from 1901 to 1907. A rumor has been circulated through one of the recent engagements along check . As a member of the Isthmian Canal the country to - 251 009 92 Navy which is the same as Capt in the effect that two ot battle front held by the the residence Wednesday morning' at Dividends unpaid the Southern none 10 o'clock, conducted by her pastor, the Army. He leaves a lucrative prac Commission he had charge of the civ- our best women viz Mrs. Lucy Barnes American troops deposits (other Total of demand Eld tice some $8000 a year at Chattnooga il administration of the Canal Zone and Eula Banks have committed the than bank deposits)subject to On the same day a report came to O- - Z T. Williams, assisted by Rev P. 'Bush. The remains were buri Tenn., and is willing it seems to make more than two and a half years from error of buying sugar to an unlawful Reserve, Items 34, 35, 33, 37, Mrs Laura Jackman, of Columbia 41 S3. 39, 40 and 5281 000 92 this volunteer sacrifice, for his coun 1907 At the Democratic national amount. I want to correct this and that her son, Clarence Jackman, was ed in the cemetery,by the side of her try. His former work six years ago conventions of 1896, 1900 and 1904 he say that it is false to the core, not one reported missing, which probabl husband. 1352 794 75 Total under Governor appointment as sur- was a delegate from Kentucky. There were many beautiful floral State cf Kentdckt, atom of truth to it not one thing foe means that he has been taken prisongeon in the Panama gives him a prestory to get it start only just the fruit er. These make five casualties so far offerings County of Adair j State Fair Visitors. ferred rank at once and permission to of a talebearer. I would be pleased if reported for the boys of Adair county. I. E. II. Hughes. Cashier of the above All Canines all aur friends will take notice of this Musi, Bear Proper named bank, do solemnly swear that the above take his wif6 and little boy, R B. Jr , statement is true to the best of my know, ledge with him This is trie completion of Eubank Snathe Company. Many Columbians and folks of Adair and contradict if heard again No atTags In Kentucky. and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, the Watson home for the service. annual tention was paid to it on our first Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th None left to go but himself but, he is went up this week to the big day of Sept, 1913. show at Louisville. We have been hearing but like many other things willing. The many Adair county friends of Leonora Lowe, Preparations for the rigid enforceable to secure the names of the follow "the further ii goes the larger'it Notary Public Jno C. Eubank, a former Adair coun- ment of the dog license act, passed by ing: M. C. Winfrey, Count Stults, grows," until the laat account the ty citizen, but now of Campbellsville, the last Legislature, are now. being My Commission expires Jan. 20th, 1921. For Sale Oobbect Atte3t: Marvin Young, Solomon McKinley, parties named were in federal will be gratified to know that he has county clerk's office. made in the Guy Nell, Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett, prison while in truth these christian Henry N. Miller been the promoter of a patentright, The act states that after January 1, J. P. Beard. Seven room hosue, with 3 acres on Barksdale Jr., and Margaret; J. E. loyal women were at duties in their which the outloof&js very encourag 1919, it shall be unlawful for any perDirectors. John D. Lowe A friend. Greensburg-street- , known as the J D. Murrell, Allen Walker and family; J. respective homes. ing on. He has since receiving his son in the state to own or keep a dog, Adv. Flowers place. If not sold privately C. Strange and family; J. v. White papers from Commissioner of patents, unless the dog is licensed, and unless before Nov. 1st, will be sold at auc- and family. Married in Jeffersonville. Washington, D C, May 9th, 1918, Fall Opening. it wears at all times the required col tion first day of Nov. Circuit court combeen able to incorporate a stock Noah Loy, county Superintendent lar and tag. The purpose of the law For further information see pany, organlza an official body, sell is to protect Will be Saturday, Sept, 21. Ii; Miss Grace Huffaker, now Mrs. Stanlivestock, to encourage had his teacher's salary schedule reC. R Hutchison, or pro.stock sufficient necessary to the sheep-raisinand to do away with the ley H Smith, gave her many Adair turned for reason by the state Depart- will be a distinct pleasure to show M. L Grissom, motion of his company, and has been stray dog. County friends a surprise, when the ment of education. Mr. Loy inform- our line of t Millinery,., Columbia, Ky a nice order able to command report was sent home that she and ed the Department that if the state suits, coats, skirts, waists, etc. A from a large Jobbing concern of Mr. Smith had been married in 'Jeffwould do its part by the teachers, there Oil Magnate. Buy Your Fertilizer. city. He beaTs the distinction of the ersonville on Sunday the 8th. Mrs. would be no dereliction on the part of pleasure because we are able to President of said company and is still showyou just that which is perfect is the daughter of former Smith his county Board. Mr. J. C. Henry of Belmont, New County Superintendent, Tobias Hufa Democrat. phosphate, 1020; 81.60 400 in styling. York came in last week to look after faker, and was teaching at Spurling-toin Action. Eagle, i I- I- $1.80 Missing 47-- lt Mrs. Geo. Staples. the drilling on his holdings in the Registration for Women, in Taylor Co , which is the home Grain and Grass, i 11 1 82.05 Eastern part of the country. Mr of her husband, who is now in the unPotash Speceal, 102 32 15. Thursday. Henry is gutting down the well on the iformed service of Uncle Sam. I have resigned Columbia and Zion Ben Powell sen of Mr. James Powell Come at once to get advantage of Jackman farm and expects to know of Tester, has been reported missing churches and will preach at MiUtovra A. B. Corbin. prices. on the American front. Details are and Grady vi lie next Saturday and. 46-Phone 113- -1 No service is asked or expected of a what will be the outcome from this Sale. meager, but Mr. Powell has gotten no Sunday, thisjbeing my last services. woman except what she may freely hole within ten or fifteen days. Dill O. P. Bush. ing was begun last Saturday. Mn report of his son since July. offer, but she is requested by the govTwenty yoluuteers, young 'men and On Saturday Sept. 28th, 1 will Henry is a most successful operator ernment to register, in any case, that county copied the reand has strong faith in the Adair field offer for sate the following arti- women of the Farm For Sale. Basic Slag Fertilizer. the Women's War Census may be comlast Thursday's cles:" 2 ""dressers, 1 wash stand, gistration cards of selective draft on plete. All women over sixteen years registration for the 100 acres of good limestone' land well are to be included in this registration I am adding to my line of Fall 1 bedstead, springs.and matress, Saturday. The work was well and 14 per cent Basic Slag Phosphate improved in one half miles of Can' which is to be taken upon a special Millinery goods, a handsome line 2 tables, dinning room chairs; promptly done and the Local Draft Valley. Frank W. Buchanan. $1.30 per hundred. card adopted by the Woman's Com- of Ladies Coats, Board Is now ready 'to forward the SeeJfC. F. Paxton, Coat suite, odd wardrobersafe, and other articles mittee for this purpose, and by work on to Washington. The First National Bank of which ' Cane Valley, Ky. two numerous to mention. I' registrars. At the court-hous- e in skirts and waists, this line has just 46-Mr. E. H. Hughes Is President makes W. E. McCandless. been bought, and is now being Columbia, Thursday, Sept. 19 a splendid snowing in this report' For Immediate Sale. t received. You are invited to call published in this issue of the News. Ford for Sale. Notice. Ten Pound Girl. at my rooms on second 'floor of 7 One pair 3 year old mules, For Sale, Ford machine I, have a second-hanRussell Building and Inspect my cattle and a quantity of hay. Every one owing back accounts for sale. It is in good condition. Good Jersey milk cow 6 years o!d. On Wednesday morning of last stock. V. M. Collins, J. L. Campbell, for schooling at Lindsey Wilson 46-2- t Rev .0. P. Bush. and Pony. Ky. week, the stork brought to the home 47 2t Glensfork, Mrs. G. W.Staples. Dunville, Ky. '4C-2- t , school must settle. I have sent of Mr and Mrs J. Press Miller, a baby girl, of ten lbs., avoirdupois. .notices and some do not answer. Phelps Bros, hoaght alarze lofof Lost, Strayed or stolen. One black Big Land Deals. The last quarterly meeting for Co cattle and hogs. Prices running for Both baby and mother are doing well. .sow weighed about 150 lbs. with two Please let me hear from you and splits in each ear. Has been gone lumbia charge will be held at Tabor hogs from 16 to 18 cents and cattle 9 eM me when to expect payment Mrs. Jennie Coffey sold, this week, four weeks Reward offered. Notify, church on 21 and 22 and preaching at from 5 to 111 cents. are now in my hand r the same will be given to an to E. E. Cheatham her property, the The i Columbian Sunday night. Alvin Roesen, ro receive taxes. I or attorney for collection. old Coffey homestead. The consider- audi am ready S.G. Shelly. Rugby or Sparksvllle, Ky. For Sale. will be at my of' Very truly, ation was not made known. Mr. one of my deputies r$$M are requested Duroc Pigs, throughbred. Cheatham sold his farm last week to fice daily. . . T..J R. R. Moss. A serious loss has been suffered by 't OOUULy duuga TU C Qlnnlaii. rannrs to ball as rapidly as possible. it. u. uiuw... "r""" John Dunbar, Columbia, .Ky. H. C. Willis, of Barren Co., for $9,000. the county in the calling to the cblor progress on the construction Cortez Sanders, Sheriff. of State road engineer, C. Hoge Hock-- ! work on the new Liberty pike, two Aittle Dies ef Wounds. There will be a pie supper at Grady-vil- le f ninety-si- x Sixteen hundred and ensmith. It will be hard to fill his and one half miles will be completed white School House for the benefit of 4 Luther Antle another horo of Adair men were registered in the selective place in the road building program of by cold weather. Red Cross Saturday night Sept. 21. ' MMtes the supreme sacrifice for the draft for men from 18 to 45 in the The new firm of L Staples & Co.,' the county, as well as in the hearts of Late despatches county on last Thursday. In addition on the second floor of the 'Russell our people. iHse of liberty. Odd coats $2.65, overcoarV, 84'50, odd Th Local Draft Board has atote that the wounds that he receiv-- i there were 126 colored men who reg- Building, will fill a Ion? felt need in 19 and 21,, 'pants $2.25 and $2.75. .4'fcfforgefc Arthur Loy, and Jno. Conover of notified that men between some weeks ago in the fight near istered, making the total 1,822 From Columbia. They will make a specialGadberry purchased 7 calves for 3375, and 32 and 36 Inclusive, will be called the place. 'CatgBy have resulted fatally. Antle this good showing, there are very few ty of bringing on Ladles tailored suits, ?. 47-J. F. Neat, near Fair Gronad in the fliat draft. 25. pdd skirts and fancy waists. .a native of Columbia.- slackers, if any, in this county en-joye- d The picture, "My Four Years in Germany," Gerard, made the greatest hit that has yet been made by the big features that Messrs Nell & Son have been putting on at the Paramount for some time. These special shows are brought by the management of the theatre at intervals of two weeks aud a month. It is very expensive to secure these special pictures for Columbia, but the public have been so liberal in their patronage and support of these pictures at the higher price necessarily charged Washington, latest Peace feeler, advanced thru Austria, it was officially stated best finds its answer in President Wilson's Baltimore speech delivered last to-da- Germanyrs y . 2t g 47-5- up-to-da- te n, 2t 2t s d tax-boo- y Tax-paye- rs -- 43-t- 2t ADAIR COUNTYSNEWS FOR SALE By W. x, H. Tin Jeffries Realty Company. JQP a Sunday-Schoo- l 9:45 a. m. COBURG, KIT. a Acres, three miles from iColum-Cfci- Is prepared to do all kinds of Reoa upper Greensburg road, ,ei. tmilo from school, good peach orchard, pairing' on Ford Cars. Tubes, Preaching at Union 1st and 3rd " jgood soil and level land, well watered, Sabbaths Tires, &c, kept on hand. house, U5 acres timber, good METHODIST CHURCH. L. F. Plercey, Pastor. tbicn. 38x40 feet, good fencing, 15 acres Specialty. Preaching- 1st and 3rd Sunday in Vulcanizing .ixt gcass. Price 32,750. Easy terms. each month. Tb best bargain yet offered in Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. .Adiic county land. 75 acres 3 miles Epworth .Leane 6:15.p. m. urn Columbia, on new Stanford pike, Prayer meeting Wednesday evening mile :308ysrds from school house, at 6:30. , Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Everybody .cordially invited to these ffraaz. postoffice, store and blacksmith Special attention given Diseases of al services. finest water on earth, good BA.FTIST CHURCH. Domestic Animals limestone soil, 2 acres timber, Preaching on each urst and third good sic room dwelling house, and Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Sunday. One-hacash, trfiirc gaod barns. 11 o'clock Morning service Jamestown road. years. This farm two Evening service 7 o'clock sfjx. be bought for 33,500. 9:30 Sunday School Phone 114 G. evening 6:10 B. Y. P. U - Acre lot in town of Columbia, Columbia, Ky. Praer meeting, Weduesday even truotn, modern dwelling, good barn ing 6:30 zsuuL other buildings, good water, house Business meeting Wednesday even rrired for electric lights, on best street HENRY W. ing before the 3rd Sunday in each n Columbia. $1,0&0, cash. month. f cash, DENTIST i5 Acres for 83,500, Missionary Society, the last Thursday in each month, 3:00 o'clock. ttlie balance in one and two years county Am permanently located in Co: "JTaicfarm is located in Russell F. H. Durham, Supt. S, S. lumbia. cdios from Jamestown, the County O. P. Bush, Pastor, -- cast. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Good house and good fencing All Classes of Dental work done. Crrtw Bible School every Sunday at 9.30 a ZS zs res in timber, 55 acres in fine m. d&e and Inlay work a Specialty balance in fine state of cultivJudge Hancock, Superintendent. All Work Guaranteed ates. Two miles from Russell Springs. Preaching service at 11 a. m and Office: next door to post office. 8:00 p. m. on Second and Fourth Sun33t fixres for $2,200.00. This is one of days. rciheljest small farms in Adair county, mile from two churcha and school. 4 Prayer meeting each Wednesd.-.- j 5 acres timber, good orchard, fertile evening at 8:00. soil, good water, level land, 8 room WELL Official meeting Friday night be residence barn 32x48, good fencing, fore the fourth Sunday in each monih. tS.ve miles from Columbia, on James-TtQw- a I will drill wells in Adair and Woman's Missionary Society, the (Pike. adjoining counties. See me be first Sunday in each month at 2:45 p B"OR SALE 160 acres, seven miles contracting. Latest im- m. Irotn Columbia, good roads, S mile fore Mission Band the first Sunday from church and school, 120 acres proved machinery of all kinds. each month at 2 p. m. csleared, 40 acres timber, 15 acres fine Ladies' Aid Society Thursday after Pump Repairing Done. Giv tboofcom. Good dwelling house, good second Sunday at 3:00 p. m. tSenant house, two good barns and me a Call. Z. T. Williams, Pastor. can be fencing. This farm G. R. Reed, Sect. 5CChfc for $60 per acre, one third cash Ray Conover, Tres 1. C. YATES one and two years. aand'bcJance in A. splendid little farm of 79 acres teu miles from Columbia for 32,000. "'This farm has on it a good house and Jeidence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS Vbarc and 14 acres of timber, all well sfeueed. The place is mile from post DR. N. office, church and school. ol ""titfrepational Woashiplla. m. Mother's Cook Book 7 p. m. on ever Eveniug Service at second and fourth Sundays. Study slmpUclty In the- number Prayer service Wednesday evening dishes and variety in the character o the of the topic discusB- - meals. at 6:30. Sunday-schostrongest The- homes of a nation are Its - Growing Drugs a New Industry Production of Herbs Necessary in Industrial Arts and Medicine is Daily Increasing. - forts. v five-roo- m - L. H. Jones Let Us Eat Fish, The variety of fish is legion and only the limitations of shipping restrict us from all kinds. Those who live near the sea coast have a large choice, while the inland dweller may have a limited number. They are very lf DEPP, one-hal- &?; -- DRILLER i J. MURRELL BARGAIN AT S10.000. f 20 Acres, two and miles Columbia, near Campbellsville tf fa P e, good orchard, 50 acres timber, ! residence, excellent fencing, 65 ji aacresgood trrass, 65 acres in clover, Oiraeetone soil This land is uniformly lax-eand rractor can be used on This is the Tery foot of the farm. K one-hall DENTIST 'fficr. Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up itairs. Columbia, 15 Years - Kentucky Consultation Fre For Weak Women In can buy these Farms and Pay for hemm two years at the present Mpnces-otobacco. 256 ncres on new pike now under .construction, one mile from church, -f miles from Columbia, sis &rc-JdImesr.one soil, good water, 100 acres a timber, 60 acres fine bottom land oftwo good houses, two tenant houses, -wo bu-nsgood fencing, possession, --Jan. 1st. 1919. The price of this farm en-f i one-hal, btf, bargain at $10,000 in Kentucky. FOR SALE at BARGAINS A Practice useforover40yearsl Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad habit-formi- ng after-effec- ts. That the growing of herbs, necessary In the industrial arts and in medicine, is increasing by leaps and bounds In the United States is the opinion: of members of the American Pharmaceutical association. The war furnished the necessary stimulus when the most Important drugs became otherwise unobtainable. Not all that is being done can be published, but rumor has it that plants used in gas warfare are now being grown "somewhere in America." The airgood. Some fish are best baked, others plane industry, too, accounts for the high cost of castor oil, which is valuable breaded and fried, while others are since it does not gum. Castor beans are being extensively grown in Florida, Texas and southern California. best broiled or boiled. Japan, among the foreign countries, has most rapidly taken up this plant cultivation, according to Clare O. Ewlng, acting phannacognodst of the bureau Jellied Fish. Take two pounds of any large steak of chemisty. Nippon now exports a huge amount of insect powder, besides flsh, two cupfnls of strained tomatoes, furnishing the United States with castor beans, mustard seed and valerian. The plant industry is not primarily a commercial game, as it is too expenone teaspoonful of onion juice, a of salt, half a teaspoonful sive, for the most part, to be profitable, say the growers. Much experimenting of table sauce, six stuffed olives, one is being done today by the federal and state governments, by botanical hard cooked egg, three tablespoonfuls gardens connected with the universities and colleges, by drug houses and of granulated gelatin and six thin individuals. In the case of certaln'drugs they have succeeded in producing the slices of lemon. Cook the fish in three best quality and at a profit. Doctor Rusby, dean of the College of Pharmacy, Columbia college, New cupfuls of boiling water for 20 minutes. Remove the fish and return the York, and scientific director of the New York botanical gardens, said: "Sucstock to the fire ; reduce to one pint by cess Is possible, but is bound to be limited. Inexperienced and ignorant people will meet with failure. Special knowledge is needed to grow drugs. A good boiling. Strain, add tomatoes, onion Cover and seasoning. the gelatin farmer is not enough. The man must be a trained botanist as well. Each with two tablespoonfuls of water, then separate drug must be studied and the methods of growing it be experimented add to the boiling stock. Remove the with. Again, only a relatively small number of drugs can be grown in any one skin and bones from the fish, break it region." The most important drugs now being produced in this country are : Into flakes and put it into a mold or n Digitalis, the heart tonic, which was found to be growing wild on bowl rinsed with cold water. Cut the lemon, egg and olives in thin slices, the Western coast and is now collected. The University of Minnesota cultiput around the edge of the bowl, then vates digitalis for the government. Belladonna, which was difficult to obtain but which is grown on a large slowly pour in the mixture. Set in a cold place until firm; then turn out scale today. t on a chop plate that has been lined Henbane leaf, which is still being experimented with by many. It is diffwith shredded lettuce. Garnish with icult to get, but is valuable In both medicine and the industrial arts. Of the less important plants which are being cultivated, there are: Golden lemon and a few rings of stuffed olives. Serve with tartare sauce or seal, a rare and expensive drug, difficult to grow. Twenty-fiv- e years ago It sold at 15 cents a pound. Today it is 55 and $G a pound. Sage,.peppermint, burdock salad dressing. root and Indian hemp, a narcotic. Deviled Fish. Cover three to four pounds of fish Shipyard Elevens Expect with boiling water, add one small onone tablespoonful of salt ; boll ion and Many Scrappy Games With FATTENING for 25 minutes. Take from the water ; Soldier and Sailor Teams when cooled, pick the fish, discarding TURKEYS the bones and skin. Put into a bowl Professional football will be played and add the sauce, mixing well; put in the Pacific Northwest this fall. into ramekins, sprinkle with bread The turkey, being somewhat of a Bruce Smith, for four years star halfcrumbs ; place the dishes in hot water wild fowl, does not take kindly to back of the Notre Dame team, is now and bake for 15 minutes. Sauce Put small pens and is usually fattened on a shipbuilder in Seattle, and with Tad three tablespoonfuls of flour and two range. Birds that are to be mar- Jones is making plans for several shipof butter In a saucepan; cook until the keted for the holiday trade are given yard elevens to be pitted against sol- smooth, then add one and a half cuptwo tablespoonfuls of all the cracked corn they will eat fuls of milk, chopped parsley, a tablespoonful of twice a day. When freezing weather comes early and destroys insect life onion juice, the same of salt, teaspoonful of pepper and it is advisable to furnish some form of a one-hateaspoonful of dry mustard. of meat feed, such as commercial meat-scrawhere birds can have easy acCook all together for five minutes ; then cess to it. ready to serve with the fish. it is In case a local market is to be supplied it is possible to feed turkeys in Crab Salad. Line a bowl with shredded lettuce crates. The birds are put in small and put four cupfuls of crab meat in crates in a quiet, protected building and fed three times a day on batter the center, cover with mayonnaise. Garnish with a cupful made of cornmeal, low grade flour, Sprinkle with meat scraps and a small amount of of sliced pickles. green pepper, capers or bran mixed with buttermilk. This chopped method is more expensive and only stuffed olives. practical where markets are to be supplied. The old range method of fattening Is more desirable as well as ecotea-spoonf- ul well-know- one-four-th lf p, well-seasone- d nomical. Dr. James Menzies OSTeOFftTfi Bufler BM'd'g onJPublte Square. COLUMBIA ITS'., California Women on Farms Successfully Execute Work Formerly Left to Their Men "farmFour hundred and sixty-fiv- e erettes" were sent out from the southern California branch of the woman's land service at Los Angeles from May 1 to July 17, last, to aid California ranchers in their efforts to increase the country's food supply. Nearly all of these have remained in the service, and as proof that these young women are capably filling the places of men called into the army or other activities connected with the war, it was pointed out at the headquarters of the service that many of their requests for help came from ranches near those to which units had previously been sent. Volunteers in the woman's land army sent out from Los Angeles include teachers, stenographers, saleswomen, waitresses and school girls. Most of them have been employed in gathering and preparing for market deciduous fruits. Activities of others have included driving tractors, dairying, planting tomatoes, harvesting various crops and making hay. The dairy industry has taken large dairies near Los Angeles, women having largely replaced men as milkers. Of the first units sent to the dairies only a few of the young women had milked before, and most of them were unaware that there is a "wrong" as well as a "right" side to a cow until they had .been kicked over by. outraged animals. Care should be taken to remove all breeding stock from the birds selected for market, as it is not desirable that those to be kept over should become too fat American Medal of Honor Is the Hardest to Gain; The Most Rarely Awarded Naval and military men of America that their medal of honor, the equivalent to Britain's Victoria Cross, is the hardest to gain, the most rarely awarded, and therefore the most precious and least known of all such decorations throughout the world. When a mau is entitled to wear an inconspicuous bronze star pendant from a blue ribbon on which are 13 white stars, it is certain that he has performed a deed of almost superhuman fearlessness. The Medal of Honor Is a star with a medallion in the center bearing the head of Minerva and around it "United States of America" in relief. On each ray of the star is an oak leaf, and the points themselves are trefoil-shapeA laurel wreath in green enamel encircles the whole, and this wreath is surmounted by the word "Valor," which in turn is surmounted by an eagle that attaches the decoration to Its ribbon. The holder of this decoration, if an army man, wears, when in service uniform, a button or badge, and made of blue silk with 13 white stars. If in the navy the decoration Is represented by a small red, white and blue claim five-pointed d. six-side- d, ? is 38,500. ISO Acres one mile from Columbia between Jamestown and Somerset i loads, good orchard, limestone soil, ?33fC water, one third in timber, fairly 1evel, 30 acres bottom, brick residence, unew l'.arn, fairly good fencing. Price FOR SALE Farm of 167 acres well Located. Apply at TAKE Af.irm of 42 acres, three miles from ""Coteuiriia, for 3906 This nice little ferm Hon the Greensburg pikt, good limes' one soil, close to school and hurcli. nice residence and good barn. This - a bargain and can be paid for osGof one crop of tobacco. Four acres in town of Columbia. " ven room, modern residence, good r.aeliar"' splendid fencing, two good i- OARDUI The Woman's Tonic 11 You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writesMrs. Mary ILVeste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Tad Jones. dier and sailor teams. Smith was captain of the Notre Dame eleven in 1011. A. large number of former college and high school football stars are now working In the shipyards of the Northwest, and Smith believes it will not be difficult to recruit some strong elevens among these workers. TIMES OFFICE, Glasgow, Ky. .arns. Price $2,800. We have listed many other good Dr OFFICE 164. Elam Harris DENTIST Residence v Alcohol May Be Distilled From Fumes of a Bake-Ove- n upropoiitions in both farms and town tpcoportj. Lvf?. JEFFRIES REALTY CO Kentucky. 'Columbia, ... 40 123-- OFFICE: Second Floor Cor. Main and Depot Sts. OAMPBKrJT.SVTT,T,E. ICY. Local and General' Anesthetics Adminlstere Used Years 4 1 Vff " CARD U I Ito Wmu's M I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses.. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night cy day. Residence Phone 29, office phono 168. J. F. Triple&t, 45-lyr just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, ... and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. All Druggists 1.70 Columbia. Ky. Ge xxxxxxxxxxxvttj to Church Times. The pastors of Columbia and vlcln ity extend a cordial welcome to all.' Presbyterian church, Rev. B. ' T. , 1 Watson Pastor. TMriG S Sold Ewywkw Fr Sale. Ohio River Salt, 7 bushel bar-rels,!$4.- 85 afM-- i'Z.9 per barrel. 37-t- f. young & Hutchison. Through the seizure of a still in a bakery in New Mexico, where a quantity of alcohol was discovered that had fumes, been distilled from bake-ove- n considerable discussion has taken place concerning the manufacturing of alcohol as a of bread. The bow knot New Torpedo "Catcher" Said still was a crudely constructed affair, the vapor from the bread being con to Frustrate a Shipwreck ducted from the oven into a worm, which was cooled by passing through a For Reflection. A new method of fighting the $ $ barrel of water, condensing the vapor. menace is for the attacked vessel to it, The baker was not arrested, as It was drop a depth charge as the torpedo ap- jj. There's nothing so unimpor- clearly shown that no evasion of the proaches. In daylight the wake of the tant as law was Intended. However, posseswel- usually be seen quite cleartorpedo can The man who is always ly. When the depth charge explodes corned "at home is usually wel-- $ sion of a still Is in violation of the law, and this one was seized by the In. it either causes the premature explo- 3f corned everywhere else. ternal revenue service. The baker Success Is nothing more nor sion of the torpedo or else diverts the states that alcohol can be manufacturdeadly missile from its course. This less than doing well at the right ed for war use at a very small cost by minute something that the world was found out quite by accident. A army bake shops and bakers in large one wants done well. ship officer, in his excitement day, threw a depth charge overboard. j The reason some men succeed j cities. The practicability of the plan remains to be worked out Is because they are determined It did the trick. CasselTs Journal. $ to make the knockers and' the $ The Torrens System. scoffers take back what they 5 Training Hawaiian Dancers. y. said. The Torrens system of registering Hawaiian dancers have a curious training for their profession, a corre? the ownership of real property Is in legal effect in California, Illinois, Masspondent .writes. When they are little Cellulose Dressing. sachusetts, Oregon,. Minnesota, Colorabrown babies their mothers take them do, Washington, New York, North Carout in the sun and put a soft rubber Swedish physicians have perfected olina, Ohio, Mississippi, Nebraska, ball on their stomachs. If they can keep the ball safely on the "tummy" a cellulose dressing for wounds that South Carolina, Virginia. Georgia, they get something good to eat If Is made in thin sheets like tissue paper Utah, North Dakota, South Dakota and they let It roll off they got a spankisg. ' from chemical wood pulp. Ten&eseee. ct i . J J . i J f-- J , 7 A H-" ADIR ''uUXTY-XSW- i r ,AA A A A A : s p "" A 5? niF ! McComhs Producing and Refining Co (Incorporated under the Laws o Delaware.) " FORMERLY McCOMBS OIL CXMPANY ' -- An Established Producing, Reiming and Dividend Paying Company t ' . K - ABRAM RENICK, President Former Representrtive of Kentucky State Legislature. American Sfeort-Ho- rn Breeders' Association. Pedigreed liive Stock Association of America. Ex-Preside- nt, Ex-Preside- nt, HCA. MOHNEY, "v?xce-Presid- eo Vice-Preside- : : Prominent Oil Operator. Commonwealth's Attorney for 29 years. of 2Slh Judicial District of Kentucky. B. A. CRUTCHER, nt and Counsel J. V C: McCOMBS, , 'V F. W, DAVIS,. ,- 7 -- . " j Treasurer and General Manager Practical Oil Operator . of 30 years experience. S '- - Secretary Oil Operator. H 72 Producing Wells Connected v&th. 4 ppe Knes and now pumping. 17,000 Acres of Leases Carefully selected largely in proven territory in Estill, Lee, Wolfe, Morgan, Knott and Allen Counties, Ky. t. i3T - cr -- .; r,tt- rt?- . .r. .;--.'V- ;x. -- v : ? rs VV: !''. V"'' - - 1,000 Barrel s ? it Ji. Refiny operation. Already constructed and ready or immediate 30 New Steel Tank Cars - rt . "It . . Purchased with delivery guaranteed on or before October 1, 1918. v. J r- S Authorized Dividends Dividends Per Commencing With October 24 of 2 Annum Increase of Monthly V? '' ..-- -- , " ' 'ssi?. yy t THE'SUSTANCE OF THIS EXPANSION IN THE PROPERTIES AND FACILITIES OF THE COMPANY IS TPJMPftNY'S HOLDINGS WITH RESULTING GREATER AND STABILIZED EARNING POWER. STOCK. A SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE IN TOTAL "SEASpR OF THIS WILL BE REFLECTED IN AN INC&RXED,MR-ElrPRfCE'O- F PRESENT PRICE After September 18, 1918, Stock is Advanced to $200 per Share PER SHARE. $1.50 PAR VALU&$hO(MPRSHAE, SEVEN DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATED 71 Within Past 2 Weeks Wells Nos. 70, per and 72 day each have been brought in at a production in excess of 75 barrels -- " Spencer and On April 10 purchase of 108-aclYely, in Alien uouaty. ixie latter, it win oe rememDerea, aajaiMBg-- ine sold11 laavrng1 been 55 cents. famous by reason of its sensational wen's flowing oil at t&e rate of 1,6001 2. Qa. Jseauacy 1 inangarataaa. o&j payatent of one per cent monthly dividend. v Oil ano? Sas" 5. On May 8 purchase of entire holdings of Beckett-Isem-an 6. On Jne 15 stock advanced to $1.50 per share. 3. On January 15 parchases eff 4Si smd 156 acre lease In Lee and Morgan counties, ' 'respectively, both 7. ,. On Jfnry 31 payment of 'first 1 monthly dividend. o fwkrcmg ptoperty. ofTeeh el tank cars. 8. On Awgust 18 announcement of purchase of 1,000 bbl. refinery and 30 new "a , 1. admcedto-pa- r $iift0-pe- r share, without a single share 4. re 83-ac- re . "at-kssth- a- !) . aie-adace- t, V all-ste- is record, we may say without iewc of successful contradiction, has sot been equalad Wy any otker company in Kentucky. -- I . rl . ' ?; Establisked Company' beyond experimental and speculative stage. ''' 2. Net' Earnings Largely ia excess of Kvidend retimrement. 3. "Caervmlfve aa4' experienced mmgenaent 4. Stck held" in siiWtarrtiabiocks by conservative investors. p ,. S . .V ys:'. W&ul orders b ring postmack up to midnight Wednesday.-- SepOilC,acceptcdt'$i'50'oertsnacre. ' I l? FulMaiecmatioa on resocst 1. -. Facts to Consider: L, trl I - . .-'jf- ; .'." s - ABRAM.RENfCK, Preddkt it'i2Inf-Seirtiier- n r BMfi. - LOUISVIELE, KY. .- - ' Main 1368, 1369. Cky19jf. L .J. , -- '"t. 'I T K THE ADAIR COUNTYZNEWS fMair & - Couivty MevJs - PabllstieaOn fU Wednesdays. Golunvoia, Kentucky- NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS . THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY BARXSDALE HAMLETT, Editor of the City of Columbia and the Democratic newspaper devoted to the latere peopl of Adair and idjolnine eonnttei. I or one of my Deputies will be at 1918l Enters atthecoiu.baiPost.omce class mail matter. the following places on the following dates, as sed! for the purpose of collecting Taxesfor the Ij Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zones fl.50 per yer. ' All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription due and Fapable in Advance. Pellyton Casey Monday, September 16. WED. SEPT. 18, 1918. The man who changes his mind when he is wrong is a wise man. The one who changes his mind when he is right is a married man. The Fourth Liberty Loan begins on September 28. There will be four pages patriotic advertising for the help of this loan in the county. It is up to the business men and merchant of Columbia to share with the News the burden of publicity in this matter that the Fourth Loan may "be made popular.and a success in the county. You have seen what a success the Third Liberty Loan was with a little advertising. The Fourth Liberty Loan will be a success if we want it to be. a rxsi..v dwisj ijsss.i.WiS.r Jm&2&fjmz Breeding Friday, Sept. 27. Gradyville Tuesday, October 8. !DAMN THE UNITED STATES!""! wish i mav never 9. Milltown Wednesday, October hear of the United States' Keltner Thursday, October 10. John Alton, a conscientious pacifist, utters this curse at a time when he angered by the scom of his All Tax Payers are requested to meet patriotic friend, and dejected by the loss of his sweetheart. Barbara Norton, who considers him a slacker. : me there and pay their taxes John induced to read Edward Everett Hale's famous story: "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY," is is Sept. 17. Wednesday, Sept. 18 Knifle Cane Yalley Thursday, Sept 19. Absher Friday, Sept. 20. Little Cake, (Eunice) Monday Sept. 23. White Oak, (Roy) Tuesday, Sept. 24. Grlensfork Wednesday, Sept. 26. Fairplay Thursday, Sept. 26. Oreek-Tuesd- ay, &$-&- n AND Ltf&BtJU 4b V and the incidents seem to him like a replica of his own life in a previous existence. As Lieut. Phillip Nolan, U S. A., John sees himself on trial for the identical curse against the United States: uttered by himself: then condemned to pass the rest of his life, as an unshekled prisoner on board a warship without ever hearing of the country to which he belonged, and eventually dying in his cabin with a benediction for the flag of the United States. Colun6ia f4otor Freight Co., We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Post Office. All Country Freight delivered from new depot. The visualization of the story quickens in John Alton, the dormont sense of responsibility to his country, and he becomes a recruit at Fort Slocum. Meanwhile Barbara has been a Red Cross nurse in France. The ship on which she is returning to America is attacked by a German submarine and the wreck floating in presents a triumph to film realism. Whether Barbara was rescued from the wreck to resunie the interrupted romance with her former lover is fully revealed in the final reel. See this most amazing photo-plaOCTOBER 12th, AFTERmid-ocean y, NOON and EVENING. Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons. We solicit your business. PARAMOUNT THEATRE. Columbia potoi? Freight Co., Votmg &. Hutchison, WAR3NEWS. The first all American army led by Gen. John J. Pershing has2 won a decisive victory in the St. Mihiel salient, wiping out this salient entirely. Pershing's army is pushing on toward the great ,fortified city of Metz, which is the capital of Loraine, a German province, which the Germans took away jfrbm France in 1871. The Americans in their drive in the St. Mihiel salient have probably trapped between and 60,000 Germans. The Hav&a Agency reports that the Germans had in this sector between 90,000 and 100,000 men, and that they escaped from the "trap" at the rate of 1,000 an hour. This would account fo 36,000 making their getaway an I lanving from 54,000 to 64,000 in the pocket made by the advance of the Americans. Edward L. James, in his account of "the battle, mentions that behind .the American lines were a number of the enemy, in fact that the advance had been so rapid that much of the ground they have traversed was almost unexplored, paradoxical as that may seem. The capture of the prisoners" and the dash of the Americans is vividly told in this story. London, Spt. 13, p. m. (by A. P.) Twelve thousand prisoners have been taken by the Americans in their offensive at St Mihiel. The entire salient now has been captured. Paris, Sept. 13, 1:05 p. m. (by A. P:) The St. Mihiel salienc, it is understood has been reduced. . The censor will not permit the publication of names of the town and villages forming the present American line in the St. Mihiel 50,-000 COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. k p &$&$& tfNr!tfyS', Singer Sewing Machines RENTED by Week or Month at Very Moderate Rates. SOLD on the most liberal monthly payments. Old Machines taken SINGER MACHINES COMPARISON in exchango NOT HIGH PRICED SOLICITED We sell Electric Motors for any Machine. Attachments and Appliances for Every StitcHng Purpose. Needles tor any Machine- and the Best Sewing Machine Oil. Eteu yesr HacK&e need Repairs? Call, Write or Phone to B g? AsIeSb Built Especially For Wood Fuel i: I have some good bargains in second hand Maahines ii first-cla-ss e, South Bend Malleable " - - $! Adair Co. News Office. ' This Range has for many years been a favorite in Columbia and Adair County. We give a complete set of Aluminum utensils and veselc worth $15. with every Stove. ; I Progress Ranges at $50. Bought on the low market, are CHEAPER than Factory Prices, Section; Harrows and Turning Stows,' 10 SDAY, Oct. o'ci , per cent less than cost. and-Varnishes . 3., i 1, - - in Col a. m. at my residence ia, Ky.j I will sell- my - r ', Paints -- . ns .;- , At LESS than present cost. Shervvin-Williapaints are the standard in Kentucky, and wherever,' this brand can be secured. 3 a lot oi nice canned iruit, one man's saddle, and other things too numerous to mention. The furniture offered in this sale is' nice and comparatively New. Remember the date, , Hardware, Automoblie Tires and Accessories, C ertain-tee- d Roofing. When trading at our store please mention that you saw this "vl advertisement in The Adair County News. S.?M. Sanders & Go. ' w -- Campbellsville, Kentucky. ' $ jsector. i- - KM HURT, nf-- : V ; r . t rHf. iiif . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Personals. J. W. Flowers, Fred Hill and a ty went to State Fair last week. par- relative's and friends. Mrs.-Scha- de W. E. Noe ami Col. Elzy, Youritf spent the week end in Louisville. Mr. T. C. Dudgeon, Louisville, visited his uncle, Geo. E. Wilson, here last wsek. J. O. Russell visited Louisville and took in the the State Fair last Friday and Saturday. Messrs. Golan Butler, Ed and Charlie Hood and Everett Cundiff attended, the State Fair. ' Mrs. Gordon Cheatham who has been visiting in Cumberland county returned home Sunday Misses Uable Hindman and. Pearl Bradshaw attended the State Fair and also visited Camp Taylor, last week Wm, Ellis, who was seriously injured pulling hedge a short time ago, is able to be out and around town Cisue,IU' Sam Lewis .went to Louisville and Indianapolis last week. Mr. Lewis visited his son, Alvin, in Camp Benjamin Harrison. Misses Minnie Ingram and Latitia Paul left last Saturday morning for Falmouth, Pendleton, Co , where they will engage in teaching. W. S. Feese, Supt of Printing for the Firestone Fire Co , returned to Akron, O., this week after a visit to his relatives and old home in Adair. It. K. Young left for his estate near West Point, Miss., this week. Mr. Young goes to get readywor moving his family to their Souuern home ,, .! sume time (JjjB iau. ,..'.' jT ur.rAEr Grant who has een in ?anama City for many years iwactis- ing his profession of Dentistry iavisit-- R, 0. Moreland Aine for several days in the home 6f his uncle Dr James Triplett. tlanta Merchant, Talks. Judge Rollm Hurt left for FrankBrought Him From a Gen- fort on Monday to resume his duties for the Fall and Winter terms of the eral Rundown Condition to a State Appelate Court. The Judge Healthy Man Again. looks much benefitted by his rest in the country. Mr. R O. Moreland, of the firm of Moreland, Bros., 209 Sidney St ,Atlan-t- a Dr. W. J. Flowers left Monday for Geoigia, says that VI-TNA cerFort Oglethorpe, Ga., under governservice' as a first Lieute- tainly has been a blessing to him. ment call for nant Surgeon. Dr. Flower's family "1 had a terrible breakdown in will occupy rooms during the winter health," said Mr. Moreland, I suffer ed terribly from indigestion Nothing in the home of Mrs. G. W. Staples 1 ate seeded to agree with with me Mrs. E. W. Schade who spent the Myblood waa in an awful condition summer with her husband in 2Tew This, of course, caused eruptions on Port News Va., has returned to Co- my skin, and altogether I was in bad lumbia to continue her visit with I shape. Then the restless, - cotttsn much Miss ZellaPeHer left for NA until I decided to from TI-Tville fast week where she will teach! try it In fact, my brother, who is in the Graded Scol there. She was accompanied a far as, Hastonville hv my business 'partner, was taking it, was her mother wh-- i visitied relatives in and I could see that "busy as a bee" going after his troubLiucolu and Casey "counties. Mr. George Montgomery who was les, vhich were similar to mine I called to Camp Taylor last wek for certainly will never regret taking this hmltid service was ordered back to wonderful remedy, for pow I am myColumbia to serve as clerk for the lo- self again feeling fine as a youngster. the credit for cal board of selective draft. The posi- And Iglveyi-TO-NMontgom- icall 'V tion is a nice one and Mr. Vf-TNA is sold in Columbia ex ery is to be congratulated eluslyely by J. N. Page and at G rady-viii.T. M. Campbell-prominent busiby Wilmore & Moss." ness man of Little Rock Ark , and an old resident of Columbia was called by MarKets. wire to Columbia last week on account of the serious illness ofhis wife who is the mother, of Mrs. R. R. Moss. At Louisville, Sept. 2. Cattle Prime this time Mrs. Campbell is reported export steers S15.0016.75;heavy ship-inin a better condition. 13.15.00;lightSll'13; heifers 8. Paul Hughes who has won eminence 11.50; fat cows $8.11.50;medium $7 Ou as a journalist on the big dailies of St. 8.50;cutter36.507.; canners 866.50, Louis, has gone by way of a good pro- bulls 879.50; feeders 811:50; stackmotion to the United Press Associa- ers $7 to ,$10.25 choice vmilch cows tion, and is located in offices in the 290105; medium $65(390; common Tribune Building in Chicago Mr, &0G5. Hughes is a son of Mr. E. n. Hughes. Calves Receipts 431 head. The marPresident of the First National Bank.. ket ruled steady. Best veals $1516.(J0 Shreve Davis, Ralph Garnett, Jno. medium ll15.00c; common nogs Receipts 52,223 head. Prices D. Lowe, Paul Blair and Chelcie Bar ger left Saturday to enter State Uni- ruled higher. hogs best The versity as student draftees of Uncle 300 lbs up 20.; 165 to 300 $20 CO Sam. Several othei Adair County pigs $17 95, roughs 817 65; down. 97 head boys of the 18 to 21 call are availing Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, offer of no changes were noted in prices; best themselves of Government's free educational and milfitary train sheep 310.75 ll., bucks S7.50 downjbest ing. lanbs S1516; seconds $U12 00 Culls O. Y. Cheatham, Bakerton, Ky., S6 7. was in town last week. Mr. CheatHButter Country 3031c lb ham has sold his fine farm, on CumEggs Fresh, case count not sold berland river, in Cumberland county candled 39c to 40c and expects to come to Adair county, near Columbia, to make his future With the American Army in residence. Mr. Cheatham- is an farmer and first class citizen. Lorraine, Sept. 13 (by A. P.) We welcome him to our county ,, good-being very pppular in Columbia. is en Barbour- - I heardiofsso O nights added to my discomfiture. &m I 9 We have just returned from the markets where we purchased complete new lines in YI-TO-N- A Buy Early Before Our New Stock Is Picked Over A O a e g L w 1 T so'JOv 7llc ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND FANCIES;! In New Dress Goods, Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps, Overcoats Jivwitr- r;J tirv c5f 3j 'fi New Line of Clothing arid-A Bran - up-to-da- te Gen. Pershing's troops continued an their steady advance against the St. Mihiel salient throughout the Wearing Apparel for Ladies Ana i.l ..., :J ., b--'- : i 1 - v3 - 4 & : s . . k A night, They reached and even passed the objectives . set for them. Prisoners pour in. The Americans pushed ahead all along the front except at one point. They were met with le3s resistance than they had expected. Gentlemen ....t'.M .. -- i . 1UVC . continue to V k - i. , sac-- .". Txvi if' ,5K.'.' 5Krr ' l'' ALBI'N MURRAY, 'v. O KentUieKfcv .Wt tvls"s:Z 3Ti2 '&tw&' -- qj sleep-broK- The Germans made only one counter attack in an attempt to stem the tide of Americans. on-rushi- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmwmm Gftfy$&!& vc- ! in C lOS in Hi prascnt i. t9 s a. . m ' . - .' . i . . I HAVE SOLD MY FARM ON THE GREENSBURG ROAD, : (The McFarland Farm Just Outside; of Town,) And Will Offer at. PUBLIC AUCTION to the Highest and Best Bidder SATURDAY, , SEPT. 28th, at 10 AT . & c j. IH.l '. Mules, 7 Mares, 8 Horses, One Six Year Old JaScfe) 10. Cows with Calves, 2 Cows, 2 Aberdeen Heifers, 25 Yearling Steers, all Aberdeen but Three. 8 .i-l.'r V- - - Wl wu w7, mm &m "a - $T ".TSA WW''- k.. -, "fv - : W7"9, 9- - - 7 - iit-j- & . .r F ARTU NQ TOOLS Manure Spreader, -. . . 4 m x . zr. &t m i r w . ftt .iiw r-'K- mmemm a i'..f vr; -- V- - ' -- - V- 'tXx-'C-- fie i.5-- ' si'y ..sCv h Jf : - :t :t. I "JSew '? r ' - ., Good Binder, Two Mowing Machines, -. One Cultivator, ' ..' . Good A Wheat Drill, "lanibriBiarst cat.ffplayer. w'l3EHERKEKr cFLGRHGELkB!AIS, - Harrows, 'W?k sy a 5 j lirmortal hiastdfpjci' 'tTbanM Without a CountryW.d!eHntff tIiiaugboQt:thteTldL9.thStaaost tiful,tory.vet,,written j; pXbft-prblessed it. . KVmVAREEVERElIPHAXE'Sii4 beat ' i ; Turning Plows, And Other Articles and implements too Numerous to Mention. ' v HIM SiMM -- . ' v" 2 . , . i Garir. yOa'-tbi'lov- . V i-- n I f Hll'ltllftlllfflHIill'ilj e. &Q3UU. fe'41 No!aP'-&'yoBtfg- hsJJJ&&y&&&w&j&w&g plW -- 5 and fiirl. T'will thrill 0K s- - TERMS: -- ', All sums of $25 and over on a credit 'of six months with, approved2 said Philip American Naval 'DAMN ike UnSK&SlSiiiiF T ; K1 rriyg? rr kw rimi ami'p ansm m . 0$ter. security and 6, per cent interest. . . ,; "GodBUsstke Unfed States? said he fifty years later, V--. E. E. CHEATHAM & SON, ' ' ' a message js2S?- A Warning toeSIkcKe?SJ .t pn? ipJlra.?ocs,fi ' Ttf ritttB JiUuir 'jse tsiri3tWi(a.' KsiidL UjmiCv utiU iwictfa li aimnuu lRr,0X riiwiis 'if 5c 3 jz in 5S bat- igLaauai Hvbv ri? vw me5 auv aoaqtmruiioi anir n r - "Put ProduceWby1-- yEdwmfThaxhoaief M''A 'r:uv nsftt COLUMBIA,-. --. - , sat fee oy ith allttrnnor tiK'tj i kENTUCKY. " S. M..BREED1NG, Auctioneer. ; '' ; KitS?Mfl ' -- ' AFTBRNOON $.mt wScJS. &sjicC a ifgatsjv tjirj.v3 ."Mini; bat 'iUiur a soiSaii btr . 8S , feUHAUrN Xr.5TaiE3bTS?E ,0t; jeds bm 2ig it iKrtiioiilas e: im atttr styjiigl war-- rjlr y r.o 3tujg as sai&itMpt .ijop ?js awe jre aWMMMIMHMaHBMIM ? fv' ;; w. " vT .V i ?& 1, t C VJ r . ' h "J L Fourth Liberty Loan Label for R.F.D. Boxes l ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Lusitania May Be Raised Dogs and Cats Are Wanted By a New Salvage Machine In Experimental Work by That Also May Save Others The U. S. Dept. of Mines The United States government wants The feline and canine creatures have come Into their own, observes a Baltimore correspondent. They are being taken in large numbers all over the country. Just what use is being made of- them is not known, though some of the cats are being used for experimental work in the government laboratories. The municipal dog shelter In Baltimore is furnishing, on an average, 75 dogs a week, and an effort is being made to secure as many cats. All dogs at the dog shelter on Covington street were requisitioned by the bureau of mines at Washington six. weeks ago when 112 dogs were taken. Since then all that have been collected in the city have been turned over to the government agents. The bureau of mines In asking for them asserted that they would pay all expenses of shipping, which greatly lessens the burden here as the dogs do not have to be killed as heretofore. Licensed dogs which are picked up are held for 15 days before being sent away, but strays are shipped as soon as received. Sick or maimed animals are not wanted and they are killed. Before the government asked for these animals, only dogs were taken by the "dogs catchers" throughout Bal timore. Now, however, the felines are more desired by the government than are the dogs. Kittens are not desired but especially are the nice fat tabbies wanted. So if 'any housewife desires to be really patriotic all she has to do is to put kitty In a sack and call the "dog catcher." dogs and cats. - Automobile Line. The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his employe safe and reliable drivers. Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. 5VVVSk Fourth VVWUJ Liberty L 1 Subscriber , FOR ATTACHMENT TO SUBSCRIBER'S RURAL MAIL BOX LoanU , The above is an exact reproduction of the label issued by the government for use of subscribers residing In the country to be placed on their rural free delivery mail boxes during the campaign. Six million of these labels will be issued and distributed through the various district committees to subscribers to the loan. The idea In giving this label is that the subscription window card issued in former campaigns cannot be seen in the windows from the country roads. .This mail box emblem will be very important to rural residents. i What Is Sugar? By the U. S. Food Food Administration Urges Test for Wheat Waste; Tells How to Rectify Operation A Administration Sugar is a food as well as a flavor. One of the simple food lessons the itJnlted States food administration has 'driven home is "Food Is Fuel forFlght-.ers.- " Sugar is one of the conspicuous fuel foods. Its great advantage is that !lt is quickly burning, and gives its energy to the body more rapidly than other kinds. The commercial granulated sugar we buy at the store Is "not the only sugar ion the shelf." Some of these other sugars have popular names which denote their origin, such as grape sugar, ifroit sugar, milk sugar and malt sugar. 3CheIr technical names are, in order, glucose or dextrose ; fructose ; lactose ; maltose. The beet sugar or cane sugar that we buy from the grocer is also an "ose." It is called "sucrose." The department of agriculture tells lis that while the canes and the sugar "beet are the only commercially important sources of sucrose, this form of sugar is also found in the stems and roots of sorghum and cornstalks; In the carrot, turnip and sweet pota- to; in the sap of almost all sweet fruits, and In the nectar of flowers. JUST BE GLAD "When a sucrose, or ordinary is taken into the body and goes through the process of digestion, it is changed into glucose and fructose. Oh heart of mine, we shouldn't bo! Xactose goes through much the same What "Worry missed of calm we couldn't we've process, forming glucose and galactHave, you know! ose. Maltose, too, changes into glu- What we've met of stormy pain, And of sorrow's driving rain, cose. We can better meet again. easy Glucose is a simple sugar very If It blow! to digest As it Is manufactured toin that day, it contains absolutely no harmful We have erred known, dark hour We have substances. When the tears fell with a shower All alone We need to remember that all the sweeteners the United States food ad- Were not shine and showers blent As thp gracious Master meant? ministration asks us to use In place of Let us temper our content "sugar" are sugars, too, and though With His own. not always in as convenient a form, not they give approximately the same food For we know, sad; every morrow Can be value and flavor. So forgetting all the sorrow su-;ga- the date palm and sugar maple; in r, some trees, such as 'grain growers is the food administration's official test for clean threshing, says Indianapolis News. By this rule any farmer can test the work of the threshing machine he has hired. The test is made by directing the straw blower against a blanket, sheet or canvas during the time the weighing device trips five times, recording two and one-habushels. If more than one pint of wheat is winnowed from the straw on the canvas, bad work is indicated. One and one-hapints indicates a loss of 1 per cent. If more than three pints is found which means a 2 per cent loss reasonable time should be given to correct the bad operation, and a second test should be made. If improvement is not obtained, steps should be taken through the county threshing committee to discontinue operations until the avoidable waste is corrected. Most threshing committees have formulated detailed rules for the guidance of threshing crews in effectively stopping waste of grain. But more effective than the rules and regulations, the food administration believes, has been the eagerness with which farmers and threshermen have accepted their harvest-tim- e responsibility and the diligence with which they are now stopping every source of grain waste. lf matter of unusual importance to List of Foods Which the U. S. Food Administrator Advises Everybody to Eat This is a list of "protective foods:" Brussels sprouts. Cabbage. Cauliflower. Celery. ' i Milk. Onions. Spinach. Swiss chard. If we Include some of them iu our diet every day, we will be sure of getting enough mineral matter. These are all foods which the United States - lf Collards. Lettuce. ' I .food administration teat advises yon to It Is not unlikely that one of the first great undertakings after the war will be the raising of the Lusitania, notes New York World. The vessel carried a huge treasure to the bottom of the sea. Its value is estimated at of which $2,000,000 is in gold and silver, brass and copper; a like amount in jewelry and other personal valuables; $5,000,000 in negotiable and unregistered securities in the ship's vault, and a cargo valued at Much of the latter Is believed to be uninjured. 'The great ship lies on the shifting sands at the bottom of St. George's channel, in 270 feet of water. Divers and pontoons cannot operate at this depth, so an entirely new type of salvage ship has been designed by a marine engineer, Carl J. LindOjiist. At the surface It will be only about thirty feet in length and half that in width, but sweeping downward is a hull which may be extended to a length of 300 feet, and which is mounted On big wheels, resting upon the bed of the sea. Near the bottom Is a large searchlight, capable of illuminating the water for a distance of thirty feet or more, and by means of this the helms man, far below the surface, will direct the operation of a hollow, flexible steel rod. When the sunken ship is located, a powerful stream of water will be forced through the rod, to clear away the sand which has drifted high around the lost craft. Four enoimous perpendicular pontoons of hollow steel will then be eunk, two on each side of the ship, and to them will be attached huge cables, passing under the sunken hull. When all is in readiness the vessel may be lifted to the surface. There the" gaping wound in her side can be repaired and the ship floated into port This is but an outline of a most ingenious plan, one single feature being the hinged bases of the pontoons, which permit them to sway back and forth in stormy weather without releasing their burdens. Nor will their usefulness end with the raising of the Lusitania. The ocean bed off the west coast of Europe is dotted with rich prizes. Near Havre, in 150 feet of water, rests the Parthenon, with a $7,000,000 cargo; the Healdton, an American ship, carried $3,000,000 worth of goods to the bottom off the Dutch coast, while but ten miles from the Lusitania the Arabic took her fatal plunge. $14,-000,0- Address, W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. G. R. REED INSURANCE "The Service Agency. FIRE AND LIFE Columbia, Real you and for you. Kentucky. and Sold Estate Oil Bought If you want to sell your farm to tfcj best advantage, see our contract and list with us at once. If you want a farm or other real estate, let us figure with Land Leases bought and sold. Abstracts furnished. C. G. FARMING LANDS Jeffries Hotel. Jeffries RealtCo., Columbia, Ky. Louisville-O- ld Incorporated inn Hotel $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. $1.50 and Up Rooms With 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best Fire Protection Known to Insurance Engineers. Louisville, 6thi & Main Streets. Kentucky. BREAKFAST. Hominy Grits With Top Milk. Toast. 'Coffee. LUNCH. j "We Mother's Cook Book, j EVERYTHING IN Welsh Eareblt. Buttered Beets. Pear Salad. DINNER. d Perch. Creamed Potatoes. Pan-Frie- Indulge our senses at our reason's cost Till sense is pain and reason hurt or lost Fatal effect of luxury and ease! drink our poison and we eat disease; ROOFING Asphalt Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Scalloped Onions. Brown Betty With Cream. j MERRY JESTS j Their Real Worth. One day as a leading lawyer and a judge, both of Boston, were walking together the lawyer said: "Judge, let's go into partnership. You furnish the money and Til furnish the brains." The judge quickly pulled out a from his pocket, and holding It In the palm of his hand said to the lawyer: "Very well, old chap, cover that." two-cent-pie- lis Words of Wise Men. Keep thy spirit pure from worldly taint by the strength of Bailey. V virtue. :: Be what your friends think :: : you are; avoid being what your right x enemies say you are; go Pome-rov. forward and be happy. y. We have had; Let us fold away our fears, And put by our foolish tears, And through all the coming years, Just be glad. James Whltcomb Riley. Qualified. Mental Hygiene, Distinct Innovation in Army Work "For the first time In the history of warfare," says New York Medical Journal, "mental hygiene as practiced among the soldiers is given the prominence It deserves, and, profiting by the experience of England and France in the present war, the surgepn general was Impelled to inaugurate an elaborate organization, both in number and plan, to take care of any mental disturbances detected in the camps or among the soldiers during the war. This is a distinct innovation in the army medical work, for the subjects of mental hygiene and of mental and nervous diseases in general, as occurring among soldiers in war time, were for many reasons either slightly treated or neglected altogether." :: :: :: 9 S The bigot is like the pupil of the eye the more light you put upon it the more it will contract. Holmes. A man can never be a true gentleman in manner until he is 9 a true gentleman at heart. Dickens. The price of liberty is eternal V vigilance. feoro ,VHt frvrt Bronze Powder Is Now Made In America, Not in .Germany. The United States industries use (practically 6,000,000 pounds of bronze ipowder annually, and 35 per cent of iportea irom uermany, but it Is now I '1SJ iu juiieiitu. ,1 j? or luuuy yeurs iimue t 'German manufacturers have been tpractically controlling the bronze powder trade in this country, due to Ithe fact that they have been offering prices which were less than those of (the American producers. Bronze Jjer is manufactured in over 200 grades, differing in color and texture. T- -. Exalted Men. Hollow trees are always the stiffest, but the mightiest oak, if sound, can bend. The more exalted a man is by station, the more powerful should he be by kindness. There is no policy like politeness, since a good manner Often succeeds where the best tongue vvuguiUjuUU VUO JL.UlUlCJ.Jjr has failed. Politeness is most useful to inspire confidence in the timid and encourage the deserving. Magoon. Purchase of Danish West Indies. i French Increase Wheat Crop. 14 .. i . Under the terms of the sale whereby the United States bought the Danish total prodaftion of wheat in West Indies row called the Virgin Isce this year is estimated at 50,- - landsfrom renmark, it was stipui.OOO quintals (183,500,000 bushels) lated that German vessels in the harg an increase oc more man za bors of the islands should not be orer ulk year's crop, aceerdlaz to in the event of the United jitBtfijrctag to, war twita Geno . IatraMi(Mnt. pr ed WtfMtfV. Sergeant (after investigation as to Combination Salad parentage). Mon, Take two cupfuls of chopped apple, ye seem to hae no one finely diced banana, a dozen chopqualifications for ped dates, a cupful of chopped celery entrance into a and a cupful of good salad dressing. Scottish regiment Mis well, and season with salt and think, noo, a dash of cayenne. Serve in nests of think; hae ye nae lettuce. property in Scotland? Sweetbread and Almond Salad. Recruit (hopeParboil a pair of sweetbreads, and fully). Well, yes, stand In small ggC I have a pair of pieces.aside to cool. Cut up almonds, Blanch twenty-fou- r trousers at the Perth dye works. dry in the oven, then chop rather fine. When ready to serve, cover a dish with Art of Substitution. crisp lettuce, mis the almonds and "Neurasthenia," said Mrs. Blggums sweetbreads, add a half teaspoonful to her cook, "I think we will have of salt, a dash of paprika, a some chicken croquettes today out of of Worcestershire sauce and pork and calves' liver.!' mix thoroughly. that left-ov"Yes'm," said Neurasthenia,' called Add a stiff mayonnaise dressing and Teenyfor short. "An we got a little arrange on the lettuce. bread dressln what went wld the pork, mum. Shall I make some apple sauce Ceylon Tomato Salad. oufn hit, mranj' Peel and chop three solid, tomatoes after removing the seeds, add a teaMoney That Flew. spoonful of salt, a tablespoonful of "Riches have wings I" lemon juice, a tablespoonful of chop"John," said the woman with the ped onion, the same of green pepper weary voice, "I wish you'd stop read- and a half teaspoonful of paprika. ing about the reports of that airplane Mix and turn into the dish In which it investigation." is. to be served. Stir coconut cream until thick and pour four tablespoonAt the Reception.. fuls over the tomatoes and serve. .rroiessor jjo To make the coconut cream, grate you subscribe to a good sized coconut and pour over It the theory of evoa pint of boiling water, stir and let lution?' stand until all the goodness has been Mr. Newrich I washed out of the nut Turn into a don't think so, cheesecloth and press dry. Xet this Where's It pubmilk stand over night and by morning lished? a good thick cream will be formed over the top. Eemove the cream and use the milk underneath for various Chutcr From Revelation. Is your hwbaid a member of ass settees. ' secret society?" j "He tittata ke is, but he talk in table-spoonful er Salads for the Family. The salad dressing is as important in a good salad as Is the combination of ingredients. For the lover of olive oil no dressing Is as good as the French dressing and mayonnaise. In the present condition of the market when high grade oil Is so costly we will have to use some substitute. Corn oil is a fair oil, of good flavor and may be used In mayonnaise, giving us a most agreeable If not as fine flavored a dressing as olive oil. Put a yolk of egg with a half of salt, a teaspoonful of powdered sugar, a pinch of mustard and cayenne with two tablespoonfuls of lemon juice In a cold bowl, beat with a dover egg beater until thick and well blended, then add a of corn oil, beat well and continue to add the oil, beating well after each addition until a cupful of the oil Is used. tea-spoon- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - 16 Eaal Matfcet Street Between First and BrocH Louisville, Ky. table-spoonf- ul Fred G. Jones & Co INCORPORATED Brook & A. Sfreels? JLOJJt&VTLTJS. KY. WHOLES. Doors .r.J Windows Mouldings a Porch Columns v Stairways Building Material Will Send Catalog on Request. General Columbia Barber Shop liOY x te LOWE A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfaction and ' Gratification are Guaranteed. J ,' Give lis a Trial and be 'Convinced. ( r JTV , s . 1- . i ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SKETCHES OF ADAIR the COUNTY. Historical and Biographical Will that be of Interest tojall Readers of the News. BY JUDGE H. C. BAKER. No. 33. I $ ! f r George A. Caldwell and Isaac Caldwell, sons of William Caldwell, the 'first clerk of the courts of the county, were men of fine ability, and attained to eminence We Carry Everything That Can Be Bought From New York and Chicago Mail Order Houses in their "profession, the practice BUY AT HOME AND SAVE MONEY. of law. George A. Caldwell was also well known ior his political career. When a young man, he We have elsewhere made menwas elected to the House of Representatives from Adair, and tion of William and Junius Caldlater was a member of the Unit- well, men of high character and ed States congress. He was also ability, members of the same, Privilege of Return of Goods Always Extended to Our Customers. an officer in the army in the family. Mexican war. He was a man of Col. Joseph Stewart, an officer pleasing address, and very popu- in the regular army for nearly lar manners, and stood very high forty years, was born in Colum in the esteem of the people. His bia, Jan. 29th, 1822. He died race for congress with Joshua F. at Berkeley, Cal., where he then ; Bell as his opponent in the dis- resided, Apr., 23, 1904. trict of which Adair was a part The Stewarts are of Scotch deAll the Latest Styes in Ladies' Suits, Hosiery, Gloves, and FancylApparel. , ; was a memorable contest. TJie cent. John Stewart, the father two were well mated, both young of Col. Stewart, was born in talented and ambitious, and both Henry county, Va., in 1798. His had ardent friends to encourage father, Thomas Stewart, was and cheer them to their best ef- born in Glasgow, Scotland, and forts. Caldwell was a democrat, removed to the United States and Bell was a whig. They can- about the close of the Revoluvassed the district in joint de- tionary war. Later, he came to bate, and in the contest each Cumberland county, Ky. wielded a Damascus blade, neithwhen a boy John Stewart, er asking or giving quarters. came to Columbia, and in 1821 For long years afterwards, as was married to Miss Josephine of the House of Representatives long as the old citizens lived who . Stators. One of his paternal Civil war, and was Secretary of from Adair in the session of threw up their hats and shouted Uncles was a general in the Rev Hon. James Speed while he was 1857, In 1867, he removed to Main and Depot Streets for the one or the other, it was olutionary war. Joseph Stewart Attorney General, during the Lebanon, and in 1886, was electadministration of President Linspoken of as "The good old times received his primary education ed circuit Judge of the district W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. in politics," the time when Bell at Columbia. In 1838, he was coln. True to his political con- embracing the counties of MarWe cater especially to Commercial Travelers. and Caldwell made their race for appointed to West Point by Hon. victions and courageous in their ion, Washington, Mercer.Nelson advocacy he was from the birth congress. When telling of it, Sherrod Williams, then ConElectric Lights, Baths, andJFree SamplelRooms. Taylor, and Larue. good times they were, gressman from the district, from of the Republican party a con and what RATES 82.00 PER DAY. and how much better they were which institution he graduated sistent member of it, and a warm; Judge Charles A. Hardin, who great martyr served a term as Judge in the then than now, they would say, in 1842, in the class with Sher- supporter of 'the Campbellsville, Kentucky. Politics is'nt now what it was man, Hancock, Rosecrans, and president in the days when he same district, was the eldest son then, when Bell and Caldwell others distinguished in the an- had but few followers in Ken- of Judge Parker C. Hardin," and was born in Columbia, May 8th, tucky. made their race. They stood nals of the county. right on the line and fought it Immediately following his Timoleon Cravens was a resi- 1836. His preparatory education out on principle, with no fraud graduation, he was commissined dent Attorney of ihe Columbia was received in the schools of or corruption in it. "I tell you a 2nd Lieutenant and entered bar, bornland educated in the Adair, after which he spent five they were good old times," and upon his duties as such. The county, and was a man of decid years at Center College, graduatLOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. "1 as the old citizens grew reminis- period of his services in the ed ability. He had a large prac ing in 1856. He studied law with Capifal, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over OneMillion Dollars. cent, they would say, "I recollect army was continuous up to the tice in Adair and adjoining coun- his father and settled in Georgeit so well, we had three day time of his voluntary retirement ties. He served a term as a town Mo., forming a partnership Acts as Executor. Admtnistrator. Guardian. Agent Committee and Trustee, andean pmlJT elections in those days, and it in 1879, and embraced the war member of the House with John F. Phillips, afterwards a3 such in any County in the State. was mighty hard to tell how it with Mexico, and the Civil War. of Representative from Adair, United States Judge. In 1863, Pays 3 per cent, per Annumlon Time Deposits. would be, and things would get in both of which he was actively and was district Presidential he returned to Kentucky, settling mighty warm towards the laBt, engaged. At the time of his re- Elector in 1856, and State elector at Harrodsburg, and entered on JOHN STITES. President ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G. STITJUSee was a heap of pulling tirement he held the rank of in 1860, on the Democratic tick- a fine practice. In 1880, he was and there elected circuit Judge. After the and dragging back and forth, Lieut. Col., in the regular army. et. He died in 1866. Samuel G. Suddarth was an- expiration of his term of office, ability, and was especially gifted tising specialties. We have on One of his sons was a Colonel sometimes mighty tough fights as a public speaker. He studied hand a very large stock of every would come up, but they did'nt in the regular army, and a grand- other prominent Attorney of that he resumed the practice of his county. He profession. His son, of the same oratory with care, and prided in kind and grade of paper and sup- use pistols, it was just a knock son is now an officer in the same day, a native of the was a son of Daniel Suddarth, an name, is at present Judge of the it. He served a term in the plies. All Jobs promptly done down and drag out. Bell's service. Kentucky legislature, and was and work guaranteed. On accounts William Stewart, the other son early magistrate of the county, district. friends had their barrel with county attorney for one term. of our location in the country our Hon. P. Wat Hardin, another plenty of brown sugar and tin of John Stewart, was a promi and soldier in the war of, 1812. He enlisted in the Federal serv- prices are very reasonable. We n cups over yonder on the east cor- nent Attorney of the Columbia He was for many years County son of Parker C. Hardin, is ice-in the civil war, and was appreciate our large mail order over the State. He servner of the public square, and bar, and as his death occurred Attorney, and was QuarterMas-te- r General of the State under ed three terms as Attorney Gen- promoted to the rank of lieuten- business. We solicit work under Caldwell's, friends had their bar- only a few years ago, he is well Bram-lettLouis- competitive bids or otherwise. eral of the State, and was sub- ant colonel. He died in rel and sugar and cups on this remembered by our citizens. In the administrati n of Gov. He enjoyed a fine reputa- sequently a prominent candidate ville soon after the close!! of the When work is unsatisfactory, recorner, and all you had to do was addition to his general practice, turn at our expense. The best to just go and get it and sweeten he served for many years as tion as a lawyer, and was a man in the democratic party for the war. and largest equipped country it to suit yourself. I tell you County Attorney, and as such of bright intellect, possessed of nomination for governor. It John A. Peebles, reared and plant in Kentucky. times have changed very much established a reputation as a vig- wit and humor which made him was very generally believed that educated in Columbia, was prisince then. I believe the world orous and effective prosecuting attractive and formidable in his he was the choice of tne party, vate secretary to John C. BreckA f U9sy tongue about a home to the nomination, inridge, during his term as Vice is worse than measles, is growing worse all the time." Attorney. His command of the profession. and entitled smallpox, English language was wide and Wm. E. Russell was admitted but he lost it through the manip- President. After his return here, war and pestilence. The funny part is the old citiIt leaves a in 1849. He was born ulations of what is known as the he studied law, and fengaged in zens were in dead earnest, and accurate, and his speeches, in- to the bar scar wherever it hits, and a terspersed with wit and humor, in the, county in 1830, and was a "Music Hall Convention." Fol- the practice of law until his death. wound believed every word of it. wherever it pricks. Curb To be continued nest week. were very much enjoyed by the son of Andrew Russell who was lowing this convention, he rethat tongue and watch the .reAfter serving in congress, officers of the court and the pub born near Logan's Fort, Lincoln tired from active politics. sults. Time 13 too precious to be vGeoree A. Caldwell with his lic, while sometimes they made county, in 1800 Joseph Russell City Work atlCoumry Prices. James T. Bramlette, a son of fussing and fretting all the time, brother Isaac, removed to Louis an obdurate witness or a guilty the father of Andrew, was a Gov. Bramette, was educated in besides it is displeasing to the brother-in-laof Col. Ben Log-gaville, and as partners commenced party feel very uncomfortable. The Adair County New is equip- - lower animals in the the schools of Columbia, and naA (n fho fiirtfiocf- rtmrioc nf TrK community. the pratice of law. They soon He served for some time as a fussyA was a young man of unusual printing, Bopkrark, andJfcerJ took a leading position, there in soldier of the Uniontarmy in the W. E. Russell was a member profession. Isaac Caldwell never 'held office. He was a lawyer in the strict sense. A few years before his death he was State Elector on the Demcratic ticket, and prospectively a candidate for United State Senator. His training as a lawyer had not fitted him for political success. He was wanting in many of the qualities of the politician not in intellect or force of character, for he was a man of great ability and strong personality but he had been too long a man of strictly business habits in the line of his prefession to learn or practice the arts which please and often win in a political ca reer. He realized this, and retired from the race, and returned to his practice where he was pre-eminent. iMlKlffiiiBliiiKiBiiilj!l m m PRICESIARE STLL ADVANCING m m i I m m m m m Our Quotations arc Near the Old Levels WE BUY WAGONS AND BUGGIES IN LOTS OF CAR LOADS For This Reason We Have No Competition in The Matter of Retail Prices. . m m OUR STOCK IS UNIVERSAL. m Write for our Catalog and Quotations and Accept Our Plan of m m m m Guaranteed Satisfaction m m Farm Implements, Wire Fencing, Harness, Tools and Hardware Outfitters for Men and Boys. DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. - Shoes and Clothing For The Children. m m m m m WOODSON LEWIS, - - Grecnsburg. I !( -- Campbellsville HoteS The Louisville Trust CO, -- well-know- e. - w n. - V - .. rr- ?, -- j s.. 'if!". , jx-ftj- fi .. .' ; '$ Jfr v. .. "J, , .. &- -' - L. iuJM 8 ; - . ... .. . . z ' TAIR rOUNTY NEWS r...A;Vy i !.; ?& r$,.'f S. .!'. . -- i: ?' .v, ' ., Va ' IB T"TV"y'''''''""' nB XV.V.V.V.V-V- . ;mj.:'.'jwf .'inifr "?r."r.T"?l??:..rrr:i.MiuirtiiHs"' . H Bill KB. X?sZ-ZsZ-- ; n iThe hope of the world lies in the sons of America. and a half strong; they are going over daily a .million and a half more of them. Another and a half are waiting for the call ' that soon will come. a-milli- on They are "Over there" now Those who have been under fire have demon-i- .j .strated superbly the qualities that make fighters they have shown that the barbarous hun -- " is no match for them. n Many an American son has gone down has made the supreme sacrifice for his Country and liberty. Before the german horde is driven back within its own borders, many more American sons will go down. ' How many, depends upon us at home. W nWflWflWflflKfll' wi9HBBBBBBBkl flBBBBBBBBBBBrTTCj T .W t1T - Ift, 3V IBB Hm A small American army, no matter how brave, will inevitably suffer severe casualties. A gigantic American arm' will overwhelm the hun and bring quick victory with the least loss of life. The lives of our sons are in our hands. The boys are ready, willing and eager. They must be trained and equipped. No time must be lost. It is up to us to provide the . money necessary to make these boys invincible. We must do it and do it quickly. With our own sons already in the fight, every day's delay lays at our own doors the blood of brave American sons. Believing that it is the duty of every person who enjoys the freedom and privileges of citizenship in our great Country to do his utmost to lielp win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically contributed die money to pay for this and other advertisements of the Fourth Liberty Read the casualty lists in the papers and ask yourself: "How long shall I permit this to go on?35 There is only one answer: "I will do my utmost to help equip and put into the field an American army that will make short work of the hun and put a stop to the shedding of American blood." -- ; Loan: .&.? .vra.V &': fir - t . . ,lt - wc .!&'. ,fwH s I -- Be a Volunteer September 28th and 29th Will Be Volunteer Days , C On these days everyone will be given an opportunity to step up and buy bonds without being solicited to do so. Places will be designated where volunteer subscriptions will boys across the Rhine. It is up to us to buy bonds with every uninvested dollar we own, plus every dollar we can save by careful, frugal living for six -- months to come. . rj,b vi-- " ? - ..' ' -- m 'W$:$::. l.V -- W-- ffe : : 4'1k be received. sThesejplaces will be announced in the papers and by signsrYour card will be on file there. Cards of those wlJk Wot volunteer will be used for active solicitas tion, whkoe''iill begin Monday, September 30th. No one '" will be ovdBSJbked; Do not wait for some oneto come aftejuyour subscription. Show that your too, can volunteer for your Country's service, just as our boys "over there" did. ' You don't have to pay all cash for your bonds. You can make your first payment from cash in the bank, and take care of the balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly savings. .,-." 7T; , -- . -- 1'-, Figure out now the very maximum you. can subscribe. Be kready when Volunteer Days comer This is no time for half-wa-y measures. Half-wa-y measures won't push our -- The forced saving you do now will mean a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy now and pay for as you go along, will prove a splendid investment that will pay you a good interest every six months. After the war, the bonds will be woJi more than you paid for them. Don't hesitate to do your duty and do it quickly. ".Don't let the SON go down." . ; THIS PAGE IS PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY N r4 iHEBHCflANAN-LYO- 60., Ky. -. . . THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE, jn t Carnpbellsville, w""" "'J' h Columbia, Ky.