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There have been quite a number of trades made in Columbia in the last ten days, and besides several farms have changed hands in the county. The Todd residence, in this city, which was owned by Prof R R. Moss, was sold to Mr. T. E. Waggener, the consideration being $3,750. Mr. Waggener is now in possession He will make some improvements on this already desirable and valuable property Rev Jesse L. Murrell and wife came to Columbia last week, seeking a home. While here they purchased of Mr. W P. Summers the latter's residence, on "Bomar Heights," paying $2,300 cash. Rev. Murrell is on the Lebanon circuit and will not remove to this place until next year. He is enterprising and will make us a very desirable citizens. His wife is a most excellent lady, and she and her husband will be valuable acquisitions to this city. Mrs. Ann Lizzie Walker has removed to her residence, on Greensburg street, recently pur chafed of Mr. W. E McCandless, a desirable home. The amouut paid, we learn, was $2r ATTENTION. Red Cros Earnest Waggener Yet in Thickest OF Fray. ATTENTION. 1- - 1 i- - I The members of the Smiths Chapel Red Cross Members and EverySunday School, gave an intertain-men- t Springfield boy right under nose ot Mr, J. G. Eubank is at home, from body Especially Boys at Smith Chapel school house German guns, finds, time to write Stithton. Sunday afternoon Sept., 29th, after and Girls. The Red Cross Commission for home every week. Following is a let- wnich the congregation was ask to Mr. J. Q. Alexander was here a few hospitals ter received Tuesday. France has cabled that the days ago On Duty With American Troops. give a free will offering for the benefit are in urgent need of Bath towels, was here from Bus Col. L T. Neat France of the Red Cross workers, and to help For the purpose of making Gas handkerchiefs, napkins, hand towels aid our friends and relatives who are masks to protect our soldiers froox. Springs, Monday. sell and sheets. These at tides cannot be Mr. N. R, Waggener, fighting for us "over there." The of- German poison Gases, the Government Dear Folks: secured locally nor even here in large Mr. Geo R Miller has returned to ferings amounted to $32 60. needs all the peach stones, plum How are all? I am fine and dandy quantities. So, the Red Cross Chaphis home in Louisville. All of whom taken part in the enter- stones, cherry stones, walnut shells, ter throughout the whole United and getting along nicely. Tell Mell's tainment did their part well. The hickorynut shells, can get and has Dr. O. S Dunbar aud family, Lebait States have been called upon to sup- folks to heve Xmas dinner waiting for songs and speeches were all good and asked the Red Cross members to gathnon, were here recently. me, Ha! Ha!, am coming home then, ply these articles. By having the very appropriate for the occasion. er them in from all part of Adair whole country touched for them, it is or at least hope to any way. Hugh Noe, Stanford, was at the county and send them to it. Well I am getting to bean old man, The above mentioned date was also hoped the demand can be supplied. Wilson House Wednesday. Judge W S. Sinclair has agreed the closing day for the Sunday school All articles musr be new and of the was 23 years old the 13th inst. EvMr. M. Cravens was with his family at Smiths Chapel, on account of the them at the court-hous- e in erything is lively over here, but I following dimensions: approaching winaer weather and the Columbia and keep them until shipped. here the first of the week. have been a good dodger so far and 19x38 inches, Bath towels So every body will gather up all Mr. and Mrs.W. E. McCaudless has hope I can continue so until the bat- condition of the roads are so bad 18x30 inches, Hand towels during the winter months that it is they can get and bring or send thereremoved from Columbia to Bowling tle is over and I can return home. We very Handkerchiefs 18x18 inches, inconvenient to go to and from in as soon as they can. GreeD. get shelled every day, but we give the Napkins 14x14 inches, the school house. The writer regrets It does not matter how old they are J. C. Carter spent Sunday Judge Boche as much as he gives us, and 63x102 inches. Sheets very much thBt the Sunday School has if sound, but they must be dry. It is -- night here while en route to his LiberAll of good strong, not fine, mater- more. We have been doing some to be discontinued but he hopes they the shell and not the kernel that la ty court, ial. Sheets should be of heavy un- splendid work lately and certainly have those square heads bluffed and will be able to organize the the school wanted. They need not be separated bleached material. Mrs. Stanly Smith, nee Miss Grace on the run, so don't worry about me, again in a few months also thanking but just brought in walnut shells and OUR QUOTA. Huffaker, of Spurlington, visited here guess I can hold my own with them each and every one for their attend- hickory nut shells, &c, all in the last week Each family is to furnish either a I and get several before they ever get ance and interest both in the Sunday same lot. Let us see what a big pile set of the followiug articles, 1 bath me. of them we can make. If you desire school and the Red Cross Rally. Mr. Henry Hurt and wife left last towel, 2 hand towels, and 2 handkeryou may send them in with kernel in. Superentendant week for Las Auinas', Colorado, their 250 Well the enemy shells have begun This is expected to be done. Let us Mr A G. Todd has removed his chiefs; or 1 napkin and 1 sheet. future home. falling pretty thick and L guess I had All should be neatly laundered and s,ee how much you have done, not for Citizen Dead. family lo the residence vacated bv better close and get in our underMr. Byron Montgomery who is in pay, but as an act of patriotism. sent in as early as possible, not later ground dug-ouHope to hear from revenue service, is on duty at Mrs Walker, near the homestead, thau Nov 1. the W. W. Jones, Chairman. for whicli between three and four you soon. Your Louing Sou, Fairfield this month. Mr. James Holladay, who lived four Mrs. R. R Moss is chairman of this t thousand dollars were paid The Privatd Eruest Waggener, miles east of Columbia, one of the best Rev. and Mrs. S. G. Shelley have dwelling is comparatively new and is campaign and will receive all such arknown men in Adair county,died last gone to Big Springs, Ky., Mrs. Shel- conveniently constructed, and exce- ticles or money at her home in CoMerit, Texas. He was eighty-fou- r Hopkins-vill- e Monday morning. lumbia, either by hand or mail. Since Rev. L. F. Piercy Goes to ley's old home for a two weeks visit. llent home. years old, and had been on the decline Mr Geo. H. Nell has sold a one- - so many articles of these kind cannot Messrs. Ben and Virgil Dunbar, naCircuit. for several weeks. The funeral and bur. Adair County News: be found in local stores, thev will be Enclose find check for $2.00 to be of Adair, who live in North Da- half interest in the Paramount thea tives Tuesday, ial will take place ter to Mr. E Cheatham, aud the show ordered and if anv person caunot find placed to my credit on supscriptlort kota, are here, visiting relatives. The Methodist Church here loses an, and friends from all parts of the coun- 50 cts of this on back duesj and 31.5(1 is now being run as a firm The con the articles rhey can furnish the ty will be in attendance. He leaves a Mr. J. 0. Strange and Mr. W. H. sideration in this deal was $500. Al- money to Mrs Moss and she can order able man in Rev. L. F. Piercy, who to advance subssription. Jones left for Stithton this morning. so Mr. Nell has sold Mr. Cheatham a same. It is estimated that sheets- will has been called by the Conference wife and several children. Since earTimes in this part of Texas, is good ly manhood he had been a devout They will be employed on the canton- one half interest in his grocery store, cost $1 50 each, bath towels, $3 00 per M. E. Church South, to take charge member of the Baptist Church. every thing is high. Cotton is selling ment. the trade to take effect the first of dozen, hand towels 25 cents each nap of the important Hopkinsville Ciron the streets as high as 37 cts. per kins; $2 40 per dozen; handkerchiefs, cuit. Mr. Piercy has done a great Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, who is teach- November. The Annual Convention of the pound, corn $1.75 per bushel. Every work in Columbia, and the people of Several farms have changed. hands 81 20 per dozen. ing at Auburn, is. at home for a lew or Adair Co., was thing else in propotion. Remember all articles should be of the town and county regardless of de- unristian churches days. Her school closed on account in the county, but we are not advised Crops are very good in our part of held at Glenville Sept. 27 to 29. This as to prices, aud an item without the the dimensions above named. Each nominational affiliation will regret to was the largest of our conventions for the county, though it had been very of Spanish "Flu." famhy can figure out the amount of see him go from us. A devout pas years. The spiritual and patriotic dry all the year. Judge Junius Hancock, who visited consideration is not much news Farms and homes ebout Columbia money to give if they cannot find thd tor, and able theologian he and notes were dominant. The addresses Good wishes to the News and its relatives at Middlesboro, and his son, his interesting family will be greatly were of an unusually high order. force. are in demand, and if the present articles locally Henry, at Georgetown, returned home sphitof changing location is kept up, W. W Jones, Chmr , Red Cross Chap- missed We cheerfully commend him There are 16 churches in the county, G. W. Coffey. a few days ago ter. and his companion and fioc of chil- 14 of the population of Columbia is bound or brought reports. these sent dren to the good people of Hopkins- 11 churches have regular preaching Jno. Compton and his brother to increase "Our citizens are at all Liberty Loan Meeting. Charlie of the Crocus neighborhood times glad to extend the hand of wel- Good Woman Dies in Her 87th, ville and Christian county. and Sunday School. There have been are afflcted with Spanish Influenza, come to those who come into our 150 additions tn the' churches during Year. Notice of Stock Election. the year The missionory offerings Telling and enthusiastic speeches! but are both recovering midst, to assist in further improving have increased. Loyalty to God and were made by Mr. Gordon MontgomMiss Julia Eubank, Messrs. C. C. the town, making it so desirable that ery, who was followed by Gen. Jas. prospective bidders become attracted and Noel Pickett and Mrs. Geo. E Mrs. Nannie Rice, mother of Mrs. This day'came P. K. Jone"s and 19 His Christ and His Word more pro- Gernett, of Louisville, who submitted first visit they make to the place. Braxton Wilson visited the family of R. E the a prolonged ill- other legal voters and residents in nounced than usual. Columbia has been an educational ness died Massie.after The next annual convention will be facts and figures, and at the conclusPickett, at Kemp, last Sunday. last Tuesday Oct, 1st. Mrs. Roley voting precint, No. 12, in Adair ion of his splendid address, Jugde W. point for more than sixty years, hence Rice was a member of the Christian County, Ky., and petitioned the Adair held with the Gilead church, tne last W. Jones spoke for a short time. Rev. F. E. Lewis, formerly connect- there is not a boy nor girl that has Sunday in Sept. 1919. was here reached the age of 14 years but has a churchand had spent a long and useful County Court to cause to be open a Subscriptions were called for and a ed with the Lindsey-Wilsolife. Beloved by every one who knew poll at the next regular November number who had heretofore subscribthe first of the week, meeting his fairly good education, and they can Wellendorff, many frie'nds. He went from here to all swim, classic old Russell's creek her, in her home community at Cane Election, 1918, the question as to ed increased their subscriptions. Valley she passed away.in spite of her whether or not stock of any kind Smithland where he will preach this furnishing the waters. sufferings, calm and confident as to should be permitted to run at large year. Theodore A., died at 11:30 a m. Died in Knox County. If you want to educate your chil- the great future before her. in said Precinct. Wednesday, September 25, of influenza Bed Lick, dren, come to Columbia. Miss Annie Kinnaird of In addition to her daughter, Mrs. 48 4t at the Great Lakes Naval Training News who had been visiting relatives in Massie.the deceased leaves other child of the death of Mrs. W. Here are the Rules. Station, beloved son of C. A and 111 , has returned home Greenfield, ren; Mrs. J. W. Sublettof Cane Valwho, before her marriage, was R. V. Bennett. Rev. Wellendorff. Funeral Saturday On her way home she spent a week ley, and Eugene and Frank Rice of afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Miss Edmonia Price, and who was bom visiting her sister, Mrs. James Men-zieGrandchildren of All colds, however slight, should be Campbellsvihe. residence, Barrett and Bates avenues. and reared in Columbia, reached here Rev. L. F. Piercy is succeeded here Interment at St. Louis cemetery, last Saturday. treated as possiblle attacks of Influ- Mrs. Rice, the children of the late Patients affected by colds Joseph Ricena son who died several as pastor of the Methodist Church by strictly private. When a resident of this place she Misses Katie Murrell, Florence Har- enza. was one of the best known young ris, Edna Harrington and Mr David should stay at home and sterilize dis- year ago also lament the death of this Rev B. V. Bennett, President of the good and venerable woman. Lindsey-Wilso- n at- charge from the nose and throat. School. He is a popuof the town. Walker, of the. Lindsey-WilsoSeethe Man who cursed the women Clark was a daughter of W. T Mrs. Rice was the widow of the late lar minister in Conference, one who Avoid feeling or' spreading of the Mrs. tended a studen't war movement at Frank Rice, well known to the older attracts and holds his congregations United States, Saturday atternoon and Mary Price, deceased. Lexington last Saturday evening. disaese. people of Columbia dDd Adair county. Rev. Bennett's charge, before com- and night at Paramount Theatre. was assessed so Avoid crowds. The Lindsey-Wilso- n ing to Columbia was in Louisville;and Regulate bodily functions and keep much to be used in the interest of the Big Bargains in them so. Two Fingers Amputated. war. in that city he ranked with the ablest Notice of Stock Election. ministers. We are truly glad that the Avoid the breath or expelled secreMrs. Nannie Johnson is at the home church here has been supplied with tions from colds. Several grades. Prices 31.30 to 31.95 of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Royse after Mrs Tim Collins, who lives near Wash out the nose and throat two M rs. This day came J. W. Goodin and 21 this gifted and God fearing man. Montpelier, met with a serious acci per cwt. Telephone 115 I. an extended visit to her daughter, or three three times by a nasal spray L. M. Smith, Mgr., other legal voters and residents in Will Coleman, Nashville, Tenn. Bedent a few days ago. She was grind or douche and by gargle with a "nor Little Wheat Grader. Cake voting precinct, No., 10, fore returning to her home here, Mrs. ing cane, her left hand was caught Farmers' Union Store Warehouse, mal salt solution" (i teaspoonful salt Adair County, Ky , Cane Valley, Ky. and petitioned Johnson and Mrs. Coleman visited in the mili, and badly lacerating. 48-- tf glass (8 ounces) clean water.) John- to one G. B. Smith's mill in CoOounty Court to cause to the Adair I have at their son and brother Mr.Rollin All those in attendance on patients be open a poll at the next Regular lumbia a new wheat grader. Farmers son, Spiceland, Ind. On Oct. 12th, Summershade school with influenza should wear masks. Election, 1918, the question as to and all who sell wheat are solicited to will give Fertilizer. Mrs. W. A. Hines and daughter, an entertainment at Summer Clothing should be warm and dry. Columbia, were recent guests Food simple and easily digested. whether or not &tock of any kind paaronize us for wheat grading. Shade Methodist Church, the fore ben. Ruth, of W. H.Dixon, should be permitted to run at large in of J. Edd Brown and family. Miss Drink water freely. fit of the Red Cross. Admission 25c. d 49-We have a of fertilizer, the said precinct. Garlin, Ky. Come everybody and bring your "Groves Brand, "three different kinds. Ruth left Wednesday for Randolph 48-friends. Program begins 10:30 a. m Macon Woman's College at Lynch Notice of Stock Election. Get our prices before buying. 16 to 20. " Died. Respectfully, burg, Va., where she has been attend7 Acid. Summer Shade School. ing school for two years and Mrs. Hy-n49-Notice. Cheathan & Nell. This day came Andy Thomas and returned to her home BrandenMrs. Bettie Grasham,who lived near 22 other legal voters and residents in burg, Ky., Messenger. The Liberty Loan meetings at Columbia, died last Sunday night Pellyton voting precinct No. 11, in We and Knlfley. last Sunday, were Millinery. are now ready to supply you She was a victim of cancer. Adair county, Ky , and petitioned the not largely attended, due in part to with Dog Tags for the year 1919. delegates from the Lindsey-WilsoMr: Junius Edrington, who was one The Adair County Court to cause to be Remember the Law. Anyone who of Adair's best citizens, died at Cane lack of publicity of the gatherings. to the meeting of Students' open a poll at the next regular NoYou are cordially invited to see my keeps or permits any dog to remain Valley. He had been an invalid for Something close to 14,000 were sub- new Fatl and Winter hats at the' low- war movement, Lexington, reported vember Election, 1918, the question scribed atlhe two meetings to the school Monday morning that as to whether or not stock should be upon his premises must pay a tax of quite a while. Mrs. R, W. Huit. est prices. the L. W. T. S., had been assessed permitted to run at large in said pre- $1.00 on the first male dog and $2.00 on The pie supper at Garlin was largely the second male dog, and $2.00 on a feone hundred and fifty dollars. In ten cinct. Persons calling for freight at attended last Friday night. It was For Sale. male dog and they must be licensed ' minutes one hundred and sixty dollars t my office must pay cash for given by direction of Mr. Olander by January 1st 1919. ' was raised. S. C. Neat clerk, same, I will not hand out pack- Bryant, who is the teacher for the Registered short horn Bull's years Come to town Saturday and County court. ages unless the charges are paid. district. Pies sold high and the prof Adair For Sale R. L. Mitchell, old ceeds go to the Red .Cross. see, "The Man Without a CouElzy Young. Sulphur Well, Ky; ntry' the picture that will live for- Seven room hosue, with 31 acres on Come and see the German sub- 50-- 2t See the best picture show Satever. See it at Paramount Thea- Greensburg street, known as the J. D marine sink the ship in "The Come and see the big Patriotic Flowers place If not sold privately Mr J. P. Dohoney, received a letter urday afternoon that has ever tre. Country," Saturbeen'shown in Columbia, "The show Saturday afternoon at 2 p before Nov. 1st, will be sold at auc- Man Without a from his son,- Robert, who is ia The pie suspergiyen at Jericho by tion first day of Nov. Circuit court. day 2 p. m., and 8 p. m. at Para- France, stating that he was well and Man Without a Country" at the m., and night at 8 p. m., at Par mount Theatre. Miss Vista Royse was asuccese. The For further information see in fine health and spirits. A letter also Paramount. amount Theatre. C. R Hutchison, or pies and cake sold well. The amount J. A. Willis from his son, came M. L. Grissom, ?eeelvd being $58. The funds go to Stkayed; A red sow shdat, weight Mont, who is in EDgland. The stork visitad the home of J. S. t Rev. R. V. Bennett will have charge Columbia, Ky. x the Bed Croes. about 40 pounds. .. Will pay for inforBreeding on Sept. 29th, and gave to of all three churches of the Columbia, Mrs. Laura Tucker and children, their daughter, Mrs. P. R. C. BridgBeet. Grant of Crocus die of Span-ja- b The Presbytery of Transylvania mation. Mark, split in left and swalcharge, and will preack at Tabor next who have beea visiting their mother, water, of Louisville, a fine daughter. Sunday..- Mr. Grant Presbyterian church U. S.A. will meet low fork in right. 3 rings in hose. Jelueuza on Sunday, aad Clear Springs the 4th Mrs. Omeria Jeffries, has returned to Mr. P. R. C. Bridgwater k at the bedMsivln Cabbell, .' Jm4 beea at Greenwood, Indiana, for at Ebeoezer, near Greensburg oa Sat. Sunday. " JPPPKy. her heme, Kalley. side of hie wife. Oct. lth,5p. a, two mootos. v Members. e Well-Know- n t. 48-4- to-da- y, - ! n, -- O-Cl- Ele-nor- a ark, s. n, Fertilizer 3t car-loa- 4t es 4t Gra-dyvil- le n, 48-4- 49-t- - to-M- r. 47-5- - V r A JL 4 ADAIR 'COUNTYaNEWS Hatcher. was .visiting his mother lascSun-- j day. iomeWhere in France. The Adair .County News, Mr. Jim Suddarth and brother Eoar scribe has been battling Columbia, Ky. 5irik something akin to Spanish were very proud to see Sam M. Suddarth return from camp as Dear Editor: Kia&uensa five days. Its may be accounted for on account of the Hun introduc tion. A study of the diagnosis of die disease will indicate what S&z mil have to undergo, while wuiec the influence of it. Perfect quietude, fresh air anda physician are the necessary re- Corn and tobacco cutting are in fall force at presentl About of the tobacco Shave Tj&2c. housed, but very little of he corn is in the shock. The 3ate rains checked it from readily, and it will take sat (east two more weeks of favorable weather in order to put it .aui5f longer of part. There is jgcing to be a considerable short-rag- e fa fodder, and strict econ-iE- y 7iil have to be practiced in sr&r to not demands. I&ck Campbell bought a sorrel aidJecolt from J. P. Conover, of yccr county, for $125. It is 'a perfect figure of a show animal, 3.ud if he could be fortunate to purchase a match to it, his dinees of securing $1,000 for tfas,air in a few years would be scattering. Good mule colts are selling well, but seconds are two-thirds fr ter-xi&ea- eas The University of Kentucky opened last week with a large enrollment of students, mostly young men desiring to enter the Students Army Training Corps, 5.' A he was main cook and house keeper. There was a protracted meeting commenced at Smith's Chapel schoolhouse the 26th, conducted by Walker. Mr. J. W. Todd, of Louisville, and Mr. Bill Hood, from Ohio, came home a few days ago to v ma-Ttari- ng -- so many ?jroung men went to college from 3ever before have as this time. Nearly irjdl st ihem passed the requisite ?nu!E.ber of educational units, and 2jeine in the draft, it was wis-don- s&hisi county s. vipon their parts to take ad- vantage of the splendid rtunities offered. oppo- r It the war eases up in the yintiin'time, these boys will be a tfjr'at ad.Htion to the business rjrZd. Tn-- y all joined the Stu-- 1 odenfcs Army Training Corp3. -- lathe manpower bill, which 1,-2- 7i whs recently put into action registered in this county. 8 of them had reached the age of 45 Dr. Scarborough, of Ft. Worth, "j?exas. will begin a series of aieefe;ngs at the Baptist church, rtCampbellsville, Oct., 10. Russell Creek. As I have many friends in Columbia and surrounding country that I cannot write to personally will attempt to write a few items to your paper thinking probably some of them would like to hear from me, as it would be useless for me to try to write to them all. I have been in France for some time and am enjoying the register. best of health and like fine. I Mr. Gordon Montgomery is left America May 17th, 1918, and building a nice tobacco barn on landed safely overseas, June 5th. hia farm in this neighborhood. I sure had a pleasant sea voyage Also Mr. Jim Smith is building a although there were times that nice tobacco barn. I would have liked to have bien Mr. John McFarland sold his somewhere else. farm to a Mr. Long for $5,000, I Tiave had the pleasure of beand will move at an early date. ing in England, France, and BelWe regret to give up this esti- gium since"" I left and seeing a mable family it is our loss and good portion of eaah. I am now the Jamestown people's gain. at the front writing this letter in We welcome Mr. Long and his my little dug-ou- t, and believe family in our neighborhood and me the shells crackle over my hope they will be satisfied with head, in fact the Huns issue to their new home. many iron rations anyway. They fam'fly rush and shout but they can't Mr. Sol McFarland and have been very sick for the past get'usoutand believe me the '3 weeks, but they are some bet- Yanks and doe boys will go over ter at this writing. the top and get tbem when the rest fail. There are many Adair Tarter. county boys with me that came Mr. Hunter Fisher, of Holmes, with me from Camp Taylor, and was in this community, buying we sure have some times fighthogs one day last week. ing the rats and mosquitoes, two Mr. D. B. White sold a good rats woke me up the other night arguing which one should wear work mule for a fancy price. Mrs. Ermine Green, of Absher, my overcoat and gas mask. Boys is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lucy don't hesitate in coming to France for you will never regret Wheat. The school at this place is your trip, and if any of my nicely under the friends would like to write to progressing management of Mis3 Fannie me I would accept same with pleasure. Cabbell. My address is Hqrs., Co., 120 Miss Mariah Roberts was the A. E. F. As news is guest of Miss Lee Wheat Friday Infantry very scarce I will ring off for night this time,- wishing everybody The pie supper at Whites success and remember Adair schoolhouse was largely attendcounty will do their bit. ed last Friday night. It was I remain, given for the benefit of the Red John Rose. - TheS. A.T. C, iB now duly BrickTN organized, and the students are having Military drill daily. Freshmen are experiencing army life in the form of doing guard duty. Physical examinations have been given many students and they have been measured for their uniforms. The barracks are nearing completion and will probably be ready for the Stu- dent Soldiers by Oct., All the 1. boys from Adair, namely, John D. Lowe, Paul C. Blair, Shreve T. Davis, Chelcie R. Barger and Ralph T. Garnett, have been given the physical examination and successfully pass ed. Also they have been measured for their uniforms. Each of these boys have had their turn on guard duty. Memorial services were held at the University Monday afternoon in honor of the four S. A. T C, students, who were killed in a wreck near Cincinnati Sunday morning. There will be a review of the student soldiers Oct., 1. This will be the first review of the S. A. T. C. This is a story of two American wars. It begins with the assault of the American forces upon the Spanish defenders of Santiago in the days of '98 and the scenes of the closing chapters are laid fields of upon the France where the soldiers of the steel-swept Very truly yours, Adair S. A. T. C, Club. Camp Mills, N. Y. great republic of the western world are battling the foes of humanity and civilization. Aug., 18, 18. Dear Mother: I landed here all right and I am well and getting along all right. I didn't get to write any on the way down here. I sure had a fine time coming, was on the road four days and a half. I saw lots of fine country. I came through Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Canada, and I saw the Niagara Falls. They were a show to see. We took a hike out to the Falls, and I crogsed Lake Erie. When we got to Jersey City, we took a boat and went to New York. Guess we traveled something like one hour on the boat. We We took a train out to Camp. got lots of candy as we came from the Red Cross girls and every town we came through gave us a hearty welcome. I think we are going to be examined for oversea I don't know when I will have to go. This sure is a lively place up here. The air is full of airships. 1 think I will like up here better than I did down south. I came through the oil fields of Louisiana. They were a big show to me. Answer and tell me all the news, Your loving soldier boy, to-da- y, Intrigue, mystery, chivalry, love, feats of bravery on the field of honor all these elements are interwoven in a story that mystifies and grips and thrills. up-to-the-minute novel This first of the new America the America upon whose arms. rests the fate of the world will appear as a serial in this paper, beginning in an early issue. Cross. Watch for the Opening Installment . ..- xBorn, to the wife of Ben a son, on the 17th of Mother and babe fine and Ben is all smilec. Farmers are very busy in athis neghborhood cutting corn and breaking wheat ground. Han-zzssJSep-cicbeget-v"tmedo- kt r. ng .Mrs. T. B. Hood was danger-vari- y sick last Wednesday. Some of our people have all &ie sweets thpy want now, as Jtkey have made new sorghum. 'Mrs. Joe H. Todd and two youngest children left Friday to visit 'her father, in Kansas City, .and sister, at Hutchison, Kansas. r&r. T. A. Firkin and family, af Dane Valley, was visiting" at O. P. Hancock last Sunday. Miss Pearl Sharp, daughter of 2&r. Martin Sharp, of Gadberry, 'was visiting Miss Lela Cundiff, Tthe past week. Your scribe was in Gradyville, vlaatweek, on business. Messrs. Tennie and Everett CunSiff, of Mt. Pleasant, were visiting at 'Mr. Jim Smith's last Fannie Cabbell and Lee Wheat visited Miss Nannie Shepherd Saturday night and We had a light frost here last Sunday. Friday night, but no damage There is a singing in progress done. This was the first of the at Mt. Olive, conducted by Prof. season. Cooper Shepherd. Saving fodder, molasses making and tobacco" cutting is the orBorn, to the wife of Mr. Luttrell, on the 6th inst, der of the day here. Your scribe dismissed his school one week to a girl. Mr. Seathie Shepherd, who save fodder. Hands were scarce ha3 been at Akron, Ohio, came at $1.50 per day and hard to find home bo register one day last at that. Tobacco here come out better week. Mr. R. L. Beard and family than anyone thought It would. visited at the home of Mr. V. O. J. M. Shives had the be3t crop in this section. He could hire no Wheat Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nora Brinkley hands and Uncle Jo had to put and daughter, of Ludlow, 111., on some old clothes and cut it were visiting relatives in this himself. Mr. Willie Bean and Arthur vicinity last week. Mr. W. G. Shepherd has re- Royse and two daughters were ceived a letter from both of his in Columbia this week. Mr, West Sparks, last Friday, sons, who are n France. They both write they are getting along while cutting a tree, a limb' that had lodged fell on him and pinall right, Mr. Elvin Shepherd, of Iowa, ned him to the earth. His two is visiting his mother and other boys took the limb off of him. ile did not know anything for relatives of this place. several hours. He had a gash Misses Lela and Florence cut in the top of his head about Beard, of Neatsburg, visited three inches long and his neck their brother, Mr. R. L. Beard, and shoulders considerably bruisSaturday. Misses Es-tell- e Rugby. - . . ine Meadorsville, Ky. NT ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was ReEm4 After a Few Dcses of Mra. Black-Draugh- t. I ' ' J. m B. Loy., WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Giv me a Call Cynthia doses of Seventy years of successful use & Higglnbotbam, of this town, says: "At made Thedford's my age, which is 65, the liver does standard, household remedy. Evsri not act so well as when young. A. few member, of every family, at tlma years ago, my stomach was all out of need cma the help that fix. I was constipated, my liver give in cleansing the system and r didn't act. My digestion was bad, and lieving the troubles that come tnm It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, 'indigestion, lazy petite was gone. I was very weak... etc You cannot keep well unless yoxa stomach, liver and bowel3 are In goo4 I decided I would give a thorough trial a3 I knew it working order. Keep them that way, was highly recommended for thi3 Try It acts promptly, X gently and in a natural way. If yot trouble. I began takng it felt better after a few dose3. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Prim bowels acted naturally and the least, 25c a package One cent a doM 5th a few AH druggists. trouble was soon rteht-J. M Black-Draught" Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht llrt Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht d City Work at Country Pices. Dr OFFICE 164, Elam Harris DENTIST Residence 123;K. OFFICE: Second Plor Cor. Main and Depot Sts.' Siturdayaight. "Mr. Will Ed Squires is home & furlough 6f 20 days. JEr. Henry Squlrai, of Kmifley, Local aad General A.HeHfeca1'A4nialkardf The Adair County New is equipped for the highest grades of Job ed. BtdencePhosel3B BadaeMPfaoelt printing, Book work, and JAdver- Your scribe sold to Isiaah Hen-so- n We aiew days ago; a nice, bunch DR. N. MURRELL tising a specialties. stock have on of every hand very large of shoats. are now The kind and grade of paper and sup- and! am ready to receivein mr hand DENTIST taxes. I or plies. All Jobs promptly done one of my deputies will be at my ofOur Btys at Mate. Oficv. Front rooms Jeffrie BTd'i are requested and work guaranteed. On account fice daily. tojcall as rapidly as possible. up Stairs. Lexington, Ky Sept., 24, '18. of our location-i- the country our . Certec.SMdecs, Sheri . - Kentucky prices are very reasonable. We Editor Nw: V"i' Columbia,- J. C. YATES J. appreciate our large mail order business. We solicit work under competitive bids or otherwise. When work is unsatisfactory, return at our expense. The best and largest equipped country plant in Kentucky. tax-boo- Ull Tax-paye- rs n - i 43-- tf , i Ji. f - 4f rf y -..- ; - ' ,,- . ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' ' , r . . ' "' . ,. 1 ' r i . ' . ii r: . -- , ' -- ' - - "v -- ;.- -- ---- : " ) -v- -" i g. - v f . ?.. V --i ngxam 8 ' - l - "- - . j.,,. v -(, f npET J ;j' ', ,,-.'- - I i T' - - Sft ' .. J r. O . - I -- ""5. '.. ' -- - , - tE'WHITE HOUSF WASHINGTON VSfl . rr I . ','(.3 tj - J" -- . I H r . - " ' at w-- " . 1$ ' ; ' ii mwMtt VXdHHi s - ' i Br vmmm rM y . x , I'i flW Av " " -- ccszs " has? auC J csflou Z - ' L 8 S . ; '' "? 1 "' ' - & c I ..,;.. lifT" JrtyAc Viz sulk' 1 I W" ', ?ivr WTynwi Sefff cyUt-- are f?' ": W. ' ! '"; ' ' i ':'': '.---' : ''... - "'"V'r."; ' .. 7 , "c- , ?' -- .. ,':.- ;;',; . .- ;.. ;-. '.''"' . ' !: ; ' '" -.; r :V- - f ?; f lU ,- inn. - ,, aj. , - . . r . ' i iii -l ' ' ' . i W":;v - . i V, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- 1 Pershing Behind With fil Cokm6ia, Keivtacky. MARKSDAL.E THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY HAMLETT, Eoitos TrucKs j aawaKJHattate4a9Hi JaaaafgBPEri wm . - BSBBIBciMWpEl lf I ? - - - e; J&m Va ; - -- ., - . , Democratic newspaper deroted to the Interest and idjolnlnfc cocntlei. LACK OF SPOKES Entered attho ColumbaEPost-offic- e as second Class mail matter. Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zones tLSOpcryer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription due and Payable in Advance. Adair County Must Do Her Bit. Wanted Quickly 3 aVBPHil9aaMaHBflHSaWMI wLPylW1' wk ;jBHHaHaHH' MMBaaaawBBMPTMBffWi TgrTflr JIBhRSH fclHHBaaa-aaBBRwiaaaVa- KKKi'' nHIH HRSxisJk '' fliSfvPSBlSilisssssssl :" z dB&&2MWmM2mEML 50,000 1-4- x3 aaWBrn H TTfTTaWMBMiafflaw F;f 5 llii yWWaawPlaBartieSBaia-aaaBHaaaa" aa9R1SaiMav$ateSaValB Bpgl53jiy K3nHBiC9HB9iHH.09SP'iKGr'J t? &flB9BSBjBBSBSBSBSBSHHBiBSSSBSBSBSBSX 'JaHKJyawKSmiaVaal 'aVwMwPBBjHBalBalBivEHIHH 1-- 4 at small end, 26 in. long, $70.00 per M. WED. OCT 9, 1918. Gradyville. We are very dry down this HICKORY AND WHITE OAK White Oak Must be STRICTLY SECOND GROWTH aSaaaaaaaSaalaaHHMH4B aawSaiB"gfcBBBBBHBHHSIB ( g W. H. SANDUSKY, Columbia, - Kentucky. DAMN THE UNITED STATES!" "I wish hear of the United States." I may never way. Our farmers are busy sowing wheat and making sorghum this week. T. W. Dowell returned from Campbellsville the first of the week. John Q. Alexander, the dry goods man; of Louisville, made our tottn last week, and as usual had a good business. Roy Walker & Son, of Nell, were in our midst last Friday. n Mr. W. A. Hindman, of section, called in to see us last Friday. Mr. Hindman is looking fine and gets around as well as he did twenty-fiv- e years ago. well-Jmown PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918. 300 Barrels of Corn. John Alton, a conscientious pacifist, utters this curse at a time when he is angered by the scorn of his patriotic friend, and dejected by the loss of his sweetheart. Barbara Norton, who considers him a slacker. John is induced to read Edward Everett Hale's famous story: "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY," 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 unhekled 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. 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. Mill-tow- Binders, Mowing Machines, Harness, Wheat Drills, Check Rower, Corn Planter, Hay Rakes, Harrows, Disc Plows, and AH Kinds of Farming Im- Meanwhile Barbara has been a Red Cross nurse in France. The ship on which she is returning to n 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 resume the interrupted romance with her former lover is fully revealed in the final reel. See this most amazing photo-plaOCTOBER 12th, AFTER- NOO N and E mid-oceay, PARAMOUNT THEATRE, Oct. 12. Afternoon 25 cents. -- plements and Tools. 5 Work Mules, 2 to 8 years old. 3 Mares, in foal, 1 Night 35 cents Gelding, 2 good mare Colts. H. A. Walker, wife and daughter, and Miss Mabel Hindman visited relatives here last Satur day and Sunday. who had a stroke of paralysis ten days ago, aremains in a very critical condiThos. Gowen, CATTLE. 2 Milch Cows and Calves. 11 Head Steers and Heiffers, Feeders, Years Old. 10 about 2 Tons First Class Hay. Hogs and all Kinds of Live Stock. tion. TERMS: Six months credit, approved security; Several from our town attendterms made known on day of sale. ed Fiscal Court at Columbia last and other week. W. L. Grady was at Greens-bur- g a day or so the first of the week, on business. STEEL RANGES s Built Especially For Wood Fuel C. C. Miami, ------- STEPHENS, Kentucky. South Bend Malleable with every Stove. $95. Mr. and Mrs. Gaither Bryant, Pettittsfork section, visited the family of Mr. E. R. Baker of our city a day or so last week. Mr. Bryant is looking fine, and reports he is enjoying the best of health in his old and declining days. We are glad to note that Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers are now citizens of our town, having recently moved back from Colum bia. Mrs. Lula Smith, who has been our assistant teacher here for the past two months in our public school, resigned and has accepted a position in a school down South, and will leave for the Southern climate in a, few days. We recommend her as one of our best teachers. T. W. Dowell closed a deal today, selling his farm known as - the Robertson farm, on Big Creek, to Nell Bros., for 0 dollars. This deal closes out all the land that Mr. Dowell bought from J. A. Diddle, all the land bringing him something near $29,000, the "three farms. Mr. Dowell has bought a farm at Campbellsville and will move $12-O0- Singer Sewing Machines RENTED by Week or Month at : 'Very Moderate Rates. SOLD on the most liberal monthly payments. Old Machines taken in exchange SINGER MACHINES COMPARISON This Range has for many years been a favorite in Columbia and Adair County. We give a complete set of Aluminum utensils and vesels worth $15. NOT HIGH PRICED SOLICITED We eell Electric Motors for any Machine. Attachments and Appliances for Every Stitching Purpose. INcedlea for any Machine and the Best Sewing Machine Oil. DMcyMrKic&e seed Repairs? CaD, Write or PiowU Progress Ranges at first-cla- ss $50. . Bought on the low market, are CHEAPER than Factory Prices. gI have some bargains in second hand Maahines good Section Harrows and Turning Plows 10 B. H. Kimble, Adair Co. News Office! trip to Columbia last week. Mr. Elbert Nell of Gradyville, Fodder saving and sorghum was transacting business in our making is the order of the day. community last week. Pyrus. Our people were very liberal in buying Bonds on Volunteer day. We are glad to say Gracie the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Vance, who has been very sick for so long is improving at this writing, Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Davidson, of Indiana, spent last week with their relatives, Mrs. J. H. Vire and family and Mr. C. W. Keltner and. family.. G. D. Vance made a business Mrs. Clarance Davidson, Mrs. J. H. Vire, and Mrs. C. W. Kelt- ner, were pleasant quest of Mrs. R. O. Keltner last week. Mr. W. S. Pickett was in Cor per cent less than cost. Paints and Varnishes At LESS than present cost. Sherwin-Williapaints are the standard in Kentucky, and wherever this brand can be secured. ns : Hardware, Automobile Tires and Accessories, Certain-tee- d Roofing. this When trading at our store "please mention that you saw advertisement in The Adair County News. ' lumbia one day last week. Mr. Thomas Dudley has been confined to his room for some time with rheumatism. , Our ifarmers are, preparing for a large wheat crop trying to do soldtheir Jittle to help feed-thiers boys. e t 5. M. Sanders & Go. Campbellsville, Kentucky. .their at once. 'V J . v V ' j --- J if- - y In France. i 'THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, 1L sT ' Dear Papa & all: Am aboard the Transport) and am now far, far away from home and lahd. We have "been out nine dajs and you can imagine the trip. The censorship is very strict, otherwise I could Rive you all interesting accouut of events it wont be long before we can drive home a deadly blow to Germany and bring a lot of joy to the entire world. I am getting along mighty well withi my command. I have no idea what sector I will be sent to at all. I feel very optimistic over the situation and think it will end before next June, or It can not go through two more winters. Some think that it will cease this fall with an Armistice, but I don't think so, if it should end I would certainly be proud of the fact I would certainly of the fact I was Odlled across. Now you all should not worry about me I will be all right I think and should feel proud that 1 have come to represent your home in this struggle. I am not forgetting that I have for titude ana courage, which or course me to me by birth and enables me to hold up when I see so many who are without nerve. I am not thinking about danger at all, and furthermore I am not worried for that is folly. I am not worried over Subs much for with an even chance I can get by be-pro- ud It looks that you will have to wait patiently for news or word until the end of the war. Mainly I want to say that I am well and in good spirits and feel very optimistic. I trust that rains each day almost. There are a few million flies over here ana no screens at all 1 can see. You to wajt, opportunity or eat a fly or so. The customs here are of course old. rut they are m a "way behind us in many ways. T walked into a certaiu and saw number of funny city sights. Hope you are all well at home, I have had a very had cold since here, as it is so cold. We see' men come back who have been shell shocked and gassed and some are pretty hard looking. I must close tonight as I must go in. P. S. A Frenchmand I talked to yesterday said that the War would cease in six months. He was in front line for three years, yet a Captain came back and said; "We did not have then that way" so there yon are. I predict that in spring of 1920 will see it over, as there is much severe fighting yet. Saw a Dirigible Flyer come over we see lots of City and fort to-da- '' 7 e0OeeOO44M444O"S"Q"Q"Q"frM $jp y The Stock of Quality ALBIN MURRAY. The Ladies' Store War Prices do not Keep Us From Supplying the Needs of our Customers. " Sh! What would happen-tme if I vrere your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted with Calumet Bakings- - you don't know what a good excuse I have. I Can't Help Helping they're so M'-sct- f 5s o 3' and Boys to-da- Silk and Mens' and Boys' Union Suits. Pongee Shirts at Rock Bottom Prices fot Men them. Aug. 2fi. good I Good for me too, because Calumet Bakings are whoteseise and cosily digested. Millions of mothers use Dear Papa & all: I think. i ( Now these things constitute one es sential for a soldier, but above all else I cannot overlook the fact that with God's help and guidance have an assurance which is more than justifiable. As I say it wont be long before I can come back and want to set aside the Uniform and Regalia for a peaceful life. Of course if I get back I want to engage in some profitable work. All I could say is be patient and await the results calmly and I believe all will end O K. Since writing the above I have been ordered to the front sector and will drop you all a line before I leave. I don't know what about it, but I believe you all understand. I guess I will come out O. K. Love to youall and I trust we shall meet again some day, Will let you know about my welfare as best I can, "Whatever happens to me, I am quite certain the Germans are doomed and our cause is just and I am proud at that to use all I have to push this batting with a lot of destruction as possible. I r Friday 31, Dear Folks: Am still in the suburbs of this City and am expecting to get train orders any hour. "I have my instruction where, how and to whom I am to report, and would give anything to let you know on what sector I am going, but of course I can't do that. I had some experience yesterday. A crowd of us Officers took tea at an old Chateau, or a country village home we would say. It was above me to Colored Soldier Go to Camp Taylor give a graphic description of all the things there. This lady had been an The following colored select were actress in Paris years ago, when she sent toICamp Taylor last week, under married this duke, who of course government call by the local draft owned this castle and ground. One Board. building was built in 1255. The way E. Grady, Jas. L. Smith, B. Ed we spoke French with our hands was amusing to the fresh people. One Johnson, Spencer Ewing, Eay Dudley, tiny grain of sugar was allowed in the Wright Lasley, Isaiah Aaron, Frank tea, not over two grains. All the con- Yaughan. Adair county has furnishditions were very ancient around this ed some "good soldiers from the ranks place and we looked on with our of our colored brothers and patriots. mouths open. I will have many things to tell when I comeback, which Marhets. of course I hope will be soon. Louisville, Oct. 7. Cattle Prime The French people are a great people are so grateful to the Americans export steers 815.16.60;heavy ahip-in- g 13.16.00; light SlC13;heif ers ?7. In extremes. It is very cold here and 10.50; fat cows $8.10.50;medium $6.75 has been for a long time. It rains 8.; cutters ?6.256.75: canners 356 25, very frequently also. my orders to what bulls S79.00; feeders $811:50; stackI have received sector I am to go to, but have to wait ers $7 to $10.00 choice milch cows until French authorities can get cars 895125; medium $6075; common 335G0. to move us. Don't want you to worry about me Calves Receipts 280 head. The marfor 1 will get along O. K. I believe ket ruled lower. Best veals $1414 50 and will be back in America next year medium 10U.00c; common 610c. Hogs Receipts 4,414 head. Prices some time. hogs 15c best lower. The The French people are very much 165 lbs up 818.35; 120 to 165 ?17.05 encouraged, but the Germans know pigs $15.30, roughs 815.80; down. how to retire as well as advance. Of 15 head Sheep and course they are getting a lot of hard no changes were noted in prices; best blows, and will eventually crumble at sheep 88.5059.00,bucks 86.50down;best such constantly hard blows. seconds $910.00 Culls The men coming in from the front lanbs 813i14; lines have some very unique tales to $56. Butter Country 3336c lb. tell, every one fashion their own story Ecrgs Fresh, case count not sold I guess. Of course it is all well with candled 42c to 44c the Allies, but allow ihe people to for get that the Germans are not yet beatGreen Briar School. en and still have fight in them. As I say don't worry one bit about me, for 'there is a lot to this here and I would not feel right back in the TJ. S. A., People in this section are busy and I could help out some. When it saving feed.-cuttin- g tobacco and Is over I can return and live in happiness and peace, I hope the rest of my making sorghum. life. I am not worrying about misMrs. John Thurman was badly haps &c. for it useless to do that. Lambs-Receipts,6 Have arrived safely in France and have seen much of interest. The 4 years of war and its toll is because of its purity because it always gives best results and is visible but;thelspirit of the French is economical in cost and us?." wonderful. Calumet conta:ns only such ingredient as have been The condition in Germany must be officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. very acute as well as depressing. savo when you buy It. My eyes never beheld such sights as IE You you savo when you use It. H I morchedSmy men through a certain TTTATTr.fT M nTTaTTTV City. The French area most grateful folk. While marching through the City I allowed my men to fall out and rest I sat on a rock curbing acrosslfrom my men and a lady came up and said. "Monsier fatigg" I was lost for words but finally replied, of Madam" which meant yes, Miss or Madam. Crowds followed us for miles, yelling in French "welcome to oui city &c. TheMecenery is very extraordinary and beautiful. No one house in this City is frame, all are stone. Nearly every woman I have seen wears (mourning. America does not have the slightest idea of what France has suffered. Our troops are so much bigger and healthier looking. The French are all small statue, but W. very great fighters. We cook on stove and In open just DENTIST as in front lines. Am permanently located in Co My men are all good Soldiers, but some are tough. I am getting along lumbia. mighty well though and they all seem to have a good deal of respect for me All Classes of Dental work done. Crow d&e and Inlay work a Specialty and what I want done. All Work Guaranteed TheSweather is funny here daylight Office: next door to post office. aboutl20 outfof 24 hours. I will say I will leave here at once and will be in front very soon, so be very calm and confident for I will come out O. K. I hope and pray. People Ihere are very optimistic abouttheWar and things most certainly look bright for us. You will hear from me often. I wish I could see you all, every one, and Esther so much, but cant think about those things much. Give my regards to all the boys, and With love to you all. 100 Barrels of Corn. Affectionately, Bomie Judd. 15 Tons of Hay. e BOT6 OTBER 4 BLANKETS. Pure Wool and Mixed Fabrics Crockery, Aluminum Ware and Fruit Jars, Galvanized Metal Ware Overcoats and Cloaks. Outfitters for Men and Boys. -- 4 4 Fancy Wearing Apparel for Ladies and Gentlemen. Veils, Gloves, Fancy Hosiery, and Lengerie, Hats and Caps for the Men and Boys. S HO ES. ALBIN MURRAY, Columbia, Next Door to The Adair County New Office. HENRY DEPP, Kentucky; e4rtfre0444446M44Nfr44044e4iee, PUBLIC SALE Thursday, Od. - WANTED SPOKES TO BE USED BY TH1E U. S. GOVERNMENT. & Until further notice, I will buy and pay the fol lowing prices, delivered on my yard in Columbia:!, .f 17, 1918. : j " " 3 Mules, 3 Mares. 2 Cows four years old. " and Calves. 8 Head Cattle, weighing 800, pounds each. 12 Sheep, all young ewes. 27 shoats, weighing 75 to 125 pounds each; 5 Sows and pigs. Wagon, 2 Horse Corn Planter, Disc Harrow, Section Harrow, Riding Cultivator, 2 Vulcan Turning Plows, Mowing Machine and Hay Rake, Double Shovels, Harness, Household Goods and Kitchen for WHITE OAK and HICKORY BILLETS: 2x2 at small end, 29 in. long - --- $50 $40 at small end, 25 in. long ---- 3Jx2 at small end, 16 in. long - - - - $20 per per Mv per M. M-2x- 2f White Oak Must be Good Forest Growth, HicRory May be Red or White For BLACK JACK and BLUE SKIM BILLETS 3x2 at small end. 31x2 at 30 in. long small end, 16 in. long -- $40 per M"-$- 20 Furniture. Terms Made Known on Day of Sale. - per M- .- W. H. SANDUSKY, Columbia, MONTRA BEARD, NEATSBURQ, - - Kentucky; VJ - ' - KENTUCKY not run against a post most like- at the Women's Missionary so ly the accident would have been ciety, Methodist church, at the last meeting. One new memserious indeed. Quite a number of our people ber was added to their number. - Colum6ia lotor Freight Co. r - We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large--Moto- r It is as ..cold Mr. John- Morrison passed thru attended the Quarterly meeting at Independence last Saturday this neighborhood last Monday on nis way to uumberiano: counand Sunday. J&ototf Ojjr. ty to attend to business. Mrs, J. D. Patterson who has "Young & Hutehison, F. M. Stotts has sold his farm) been visiting her daughter Mrs. COLUJTCBITS. KENTUCKY, j"- R. B. Dillon, Breeding, for the to Koy ttranstutter, a native of Misses Myrtie an.. Virgie Fas last few dayslias returned home. Barren county, for ope thousand time.' terson were in Columbia " r.f. Mrs. Nina Stotts has been sick dollars. Miss Bertha Lloyd attended week. bruised racently by falling off a r Sept. 2, Dewisthe little 'Stba'pf-D- . L. Inatitute at Burksville last .Mrs. Jtsettie rewy is visi but is improving. wagon, The horses began kickghter Mrs. Stella Lacy, ai as Christmas here and Pelson, is growing ors allthe Thursday. ork week. 1 ing and running and had they Great interest was manifested aBraMaaanava Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Post Office. All Country Freight delivered from new depo- tPrompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons.. ' We solicit your busin&ss. Columbia Freight Co -- Va. . AST-- 25&. ; fi, . , r t S- - - t X ADAlRXOUNTY ri news Go to Chirch Times. -- M' Kep Right On Sawing Wobd - - By Chapin OUR BOYS ABROAD? Every Man, Woman and Child Can Join to Send News of This Town Into the' Front Una The pastors of Columbia and vicin ity extend a cordial welcome to all. Presbyterian church, Rev. B. T. Wateon Pastor. 9:45ja. m. Congregational Woaship 11 a. m. Evening Service at 7p. m. on every second and fourth Sundays. Prayer service Wednesday evening Sunday-Scho- ol - Automobile Line. Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. " xV oh Warn- ML The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his employe safe and reliable drivers. Address, Trenches. WHOLE MOVES TO BANISH SOLITUDE NATION at 6:30. Sunday-scho- ol topicHdiscuss-ed- . Preaching Sabbaths. at Union 1st and 3rd W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. " L. F. Piercey, Pastor. Our Heroes Are Calling From Preaching 1st and 3rd Sunday in Over There Give What You each month. Can to Help Those From Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Epworth Leage 6:15Jp. m. Home. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Every citizen interested in the boys at 6:30, Everybody'jcordially invited to these of his home town now at the front and in the brave women who equally are services. serving their country abroad, has an BAPTIST CHURCH. opportunity to show his appreciation Preaching on each Urst and third of the sacrifice they are making. The Sunday. opportunity comes as a result of the 11 o'clock. Morning service " generosity and thought of Colonel Wil7 o'clock TDveningfeervice liam Boyce Thompson of New York, 9:30 Sunday School who has conceived and put into execuevening 6:10 B. Y.P. U. tion what is known as the Home PaPrayer meeting, Wednesday everi-6:3- 0 per Service. wo- ing Under the plan, every man and man in foreign service will receive the Business meeting Wednesday eventown newspaper, and so be kept in ing before the 3rd Sunday in each constant touch with the places and the month.. people they know and love. Missionary Society, the last ThursEvery branch of the United States day in each month, 3:00 o'clock. Government Is Interested In the plan. F. H. Durham, Supt. S. S. The Government realizes the ImporO. P. Bush, Pastor, tance of keeping those in the service CHRISTIAN CHURCH. happy and constantly In touch wltfe Bible School every Sunday at 9.30 a theirhome ties and associations. Nothm. ing Is more depressing in a national Judge Hancock, Superintendent. emergency than the spirit of loneliness ofPreaching service at 11 a. m. and in those serving their country, and can dispel 8:00 p. m. on Second and Fourth Sun ficials know that nothing this feeling more effectually than read- days. ing the home town newspaper. Prayer meeting each Wednesday Publishers of newspapers in all parts evening at 8:00. of the country this newspaper includOfficial meeting Friday night be ed have grasped with pleasure the fore the fourth Sunday in each monih. plan outlined by Colonel Thompson, Woman's Missionary Society, the In and they have agreed to first Sunday in each month at 2:45 p. every way. m. Under the ruling of the War IndusMission Band the first Sunday tries Board newspapsr publishers are forbidden to send their newspapers each month at 2 p. m. Ladies'' AidlSociety Thursday after free, even to soldiers. The newspaper must be subscribed for In second Sunday at 3:00 p. m. way, the only exception being soldiers Z. T. Williams, Pastor. who formerly were In the employ of G. R. Reed, Sect. the newspaper and who left that serv Ray Conover, Tre. ice to enlist Colonel Thompson therefore proposes that the public In each community contribute to a fund so that the home newspaper (In our case this Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist newspaper) may reach every man and woman now In the service of his coun- Special attention given Diseases of all try. Anyone may contribute to the fund, Domestic Animals and any sum may be contributed. It is Office at Residence, i mile of town, on not necessary to contribute the entire Jamestown road. amount of one subscription. It does not matter whether the rich man sends Phone 114 G. In one hundred dollars or the poor boy or little girl sends In five cents. Each Columbia, Ky. gift will be a message of love and helpfulness to the home town folks "Over There." The money will be lumped Into one fund, out of which subscript tions will be entered as fast as the money is received. Contributors who send In the full price of a year's subscription may, if they wish, designate to what particular person they wish the newspaper sent but If the name given is already listed as receiving the paper, then the publisher reserves the right td apply the subscription to some less fortunate solvicdier boy or noble woman who is just as U. S. A., lonely for news of home and home forces te the-regul- METHODIST CHURCH. G. R. REED INSURANC E "The Service Agency. FIRE AND LIFE Columbia, Real Estate you and for you. Oil Kentucky. and Bought Sold If you want to sell your farm to thj 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 famished. C. G. FARMING LANDS ix ?? i Courtesy of St. Louis Republic. Jeffries Hotel. Jeffries Realty Co., coiumWa, Ky. 0. S. TREASURY IS FARMER IS LEARNING THAI LIBERT! BONDS ARE BEST SECURITIES Patriotism Was Always His, and Now He Is Developing Thrift and Is Bond Holder. AN UNTIRING WATCHDOG ! Louisville-O- ld Incorporated' . TO SAFEGUARD BONDS inn Hotel ' ,s fn .. Means Are Taken to Protect Owner of Liberty Securities of Every u , Issue. T" . .1 European :pt,atst $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. $1.50 and Up Rooms With jTj i.W Every item of financial legislation at Washington these days Is coining under the closest scrutiny of the Treasury Department, and being put to the acid test to see that it is going to work out to the benefit of the Liberty Bond owner. Every Influential measure which can fee brought to bear is utilized to cut down the number of sales of bonds in the exchanges and to keep up the price of what few bonds are sold. There is a remarkably small number of such sales, and the tendency of the market has been toward higher prices. The public, the small Investor In particular, is coming to know and realize more fully what a treasure hla 'bond is to store up for the future. The rWall Street Journal, in a recent issue. Bald: -- Everything Indicates that the farmers of the Eighth Federal Reserve District are going to beat all records on the Fourth Liberty Loan subscription: This is the opinion of a former Governor of Illinois on his return from an extensive "swing around the been making some inquiries," he said, " and-- find that the criticism "of the farmers for being a little slow In understanding the facts agout the First and Second Loans has lost all its point now. "We are apt to forget that people close to the land readily fall into the habit of thinking in terms of' land property. Whereas the city man early gets used to 'paper values' and feels very comfortable with a bundle of collateral, the farmer had to be ed ucated out of the notion that nothing is safe except the solid red dirt in the fields unleBS it be a mortgage rest, ing solidly on that ground. Learn Bonds' Value. "It took the farmer a little time to get accustomed to the notion of securities, outside of mortgages on the next quarter section of land. It took a little time to convince him that a bond was not a highly perishable thing. He thought it out and knows 1 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best Tire Projection Known to Insurance Engineers. - circle' Louisville, '1 "have 6tii & Main Streets. Kentucky. rock-botto- m EVERYTHING IN L. H. Jones ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. -- ? 3olnt to government bonds as the soundest and most far-sight- Money Is Cheap Now, "All the economies of war finance invest- ' investing in government bonds they ere buying with cheap money a call on dear money in the future. "A dollar invested today will bo worth perhaps $2 in purchasing power after the war. If we exercise economy in personal expenditure and lend the savings thereby created to the vern-xneit will be repaid at a tlrae wnen those savings will be able to purchase perhaps twice as much as they can now. And after the war 4& per cent d security will Interest on a look relatively big." nt gilt-edge- ment a person can make during these times. Persons should realize that by Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 better now. OCTOBER 12TH, "LIBERTY DAY" (Anniversary of America's Discovery to Be Celebrated In Every Town and Hamlet in the United States. Plans to have Oct 12, the anniver-isar- y of America's discovery, set aside .officially as .Liberty Day are under rray in Washington, according to a ftflegram received at Liberty Loan 'Headquarters. A celebration in every school community of the United States, number- Ul JltS&lJjr OVU,VVV, .lit UCIU5 auiougcu ugh the United States Bureau of "ucatlon. A program is to be car- out in every school building, city. Itnwn anA pnnntrT. thmnff'hont tho nn. jtion on that day. There will be close between school officials land local Liberty Loan committees, in larder to obtain the best results from ae celebrations. The Bureau of Education will send jto each schoolhouse a suggestive one in line Tfith the discovery (C( America and the present program i keeping America free, even at the cost of bloodshed, suffering and sacrifices of money and property. The program will be suggestive only and can be changed or another substituted to meet the needs of the particular community. "The discovery of America opened a new road to freedom," the telegram telling of the plans suggests, "but it Is our task to keep the road open." It Is not necessary to state that Lib- Day would also be "Liberty Loan y.- The two could not be separated. Liberty Loans are put forth that freedom of America that came In wake of Columbus aad his fleet of Bfcipe may live oa forever. On that day we will also celebrate the freedom pro-jira- ja "By having Liberty Loan Bonds registered they are as safe as an upland meadow. And besides that they back up the army which is fighting for the safety and protection of everything in America. There isn't a foot of ground in America which would be immune from the exactions of an in vading enemy if his armed forces get a landing on our shores. The farmers have come to a full realization of this, and you may be sure that there is going to be a hearty response on the part of the farmers when the FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE begins. Liberty Loan Bonds are the best insurance as well as the best investment. Trust. Mr. Farmer to get the full force of both propositions." MINERS BUY LIBERTY "Broken" was a He Was CO. 16 East Matket Street Between First and Brock Louisville, Ky. Capt. Wallace, folks. The name of every contributor to this home paper service will be published In this newspaper, and the name of everyone entered for a subscription will be published as well as the number of those remaining whose subscriptions have not been covered. If the amount of money received shall be more than is necessary to send the paper to every person from the town now In the service, then the bal ance will be turned over to the Red The plan Is endorsed by. the pub- -, Usher of this newspaper without' any, thought Of profit either directly or indirectly, but with a sincere desire to help keep the home fires burning and to send to our heroes and heroines news of our town, to keep their hearts warm for us and to let them know they are constantly in our minds. The publisher, of course, cannot make a profit on circulation, and additional circulation, such as this will be sent circulation from far across the sea can have no added value to the advertiser. These facts are stated so that every contributor may feel that every cent contributed goes to the good cause. The mothers of our boys are facing 'an ordeal with a bravery that commands respect and admiration. Here and there where tiny stars are turned from blue to gold, where anguish grips the heart, the nation stands In silence and honors the women who have given of their blood, the very, bone of their bone, to their country. To them, home has lost its meaning the soul of It' Just a has fled there Is, no home, place, and no place is quite so lonely, unless it be within the hearts of those brave sons in far oft France who long fer just a word of home. There can-ma, be a man, there cannot be a Be, not evea a 'child, who will fail to contribute just a little to make tke hearts f these patriots lighter. towa. . Net oaa." rs America to the enemy. But he "came back." On the battlefields of France he fought for the honor of the army that had discarded him. He lived to win vindication and the hand of the "daughter of the, regidoubted him. tim of sinister that sought to betray Fred G. Jones INCORPORATED & Co. Brook & A. Streets? Cross. ment" who had never 3LO"DTSVXLIJE, KIT. BONDS Illinois Union Officials Authorized to Purchase $500,000 of Approaching Fourth Issue. The United Mine Workers of Amer ica for the Illinois district have set the pace for purchases of Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds. At a meeting of the executive board for District No. 12, which Is the Illinois district, held at Springfield recently, the officials of the organization were authorized to purchase $500,000 out of the district funds of the Illinois Miners' Union. President Frank Farington has been active in support of the cause of the successful conclusion of the war by active support of all governmental activities. This represents only a small part that the Illinois Mine Workers Jhave done in the war activities, but it is Indicative of the way in which all 'organized labor will support Every labor organization throughout the South and Southwest will do well to emulate the action of the mine workers in investing all their avail-sabl- e funds In government securities. Leans to Our Allies. An additional credit of 1400,000,006 ,wai made by the United States treasi ury to Great Britain a Aogwt briajfs the 'total of. credits to Great BriUut to ;8,726,00;m. Tfcs total adraaeec to all of the entemteaWM . Mow amwfaU te tT,M,04f 30.-'Th- Bride Battle Victor Rousseau's romance of the American army in France, which we will print in serial form, is a gripping story in which intrigue, love and war all play a part. It is Doorrs Windows Mouldings Porch Columns Stairways General Building Material V the first novel of America at war. Will Send Catalog on Request. -- I It's Coming Soon Watch For It FtrSate. Ohio River Silt, 7 bushel bar lis Columbia Barbr Shop liOS" & .LOWE A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfaction and Gratification are Guaranteed. -' ' - ot we-ma- Net-te7t- e rek, $4.85 per barrel. 37-t- f. A A an figfetiar te help aalntta yewif & HutchMOfi. GiVe lis a Trial and be Convinced. -- . . V .v . H p-"fi, - ! 1w& i. - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ifc K J ; v r Y i lS ,f. was seldomithat a man - who met him in discussion once ever desired to get under his fire COUNTY. again. To do so not only meant to meetWoiford himself, but to Historical and Biographical that meet every man in the crowd who stood behind him, because Will be of Interest to?all they were all ready to- yell for Readers of the News. him and in the most exasperating way. The man who could face him and the boys behind him BY JUDGE H. C. BAKER. possessed a strong nerve aud a tough cuticle. No. 36. A few years before Wolford's Reminiscences of Col. Wolford. death there was a warm and In 1882 he was a candidate be- doubtful contest in this Senatorfore the Democratic State Con- ial district and the late A. M. vention for the nomination for Swope was sent down to rally the office of Clerk of the Court of his political friends and demoraAppeals, but was defeated. The lize the opposition. Swope had Farm Machinery andJFarm Implements at From 10 per cent to 20 per cent Under Present Values contest however, served the pur- visited the district before and pose of calling public attention made a fine impression on ReSix Disc Sizes. , SUPERIOR Wheat Drills, in to him, and when the Eleventh publicans and Democrats alike, Congressional District was soon hence, his coming was looked to afterwards created, the concert- with some alarm by the Demoing opinion of the Democracy of crats, and with great hope by his the State pointed to him as the party friends, as he was a man man to lead the party in the of fine personal appearance and BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS FROM THE GOVERNMENT. fight, to place it in the Democrat- popular address. The question ic column. was considered in what way he He had an enthusiastic walk could best be met and his inon Every Sulky Plow You Buy From Us. We will Save You a over for two terms, but, in his fluence neutralized. After some third he met his Waterloo. This conference it was agreed that the "on Every. Wheat Drill You Buy From Us. We will Save You a was not strange as he was never best thing that could be done known to write a letter to a con- was to put Wolford after him. stituent during his two terms of A team and driver was secured ' office. and the "old war horse" was second race for Con- directed to follow him to his apIn his gress he wasopposed by W. W. pointments, ask a division of Jones, then a young man. time if he granted it, "to give The Democratic platform of him the best in the shop, and, if Ginghams at 30c, worth 37c. White Counterpanes at 3 values. that year said in one clause that he refused a division to take Bed Blankets worth $7.00 for $4.50". Ginghams at528c, worth 35c. the party had "outlined" its charge of the crowd when Swope 21c, worth 25c. Calicoes policy in previous platforms or finished and "bug-rag- " him to words to that effect. Wolford his satisfaction. We Have All Wool All Wool Dress Goods in his hasty peruBal of it (he was Nqthing' more pleasing could not a close - and critical reader) have been suggested to the "old sr read the word outlined "out- hero." He met him at two of At Very Low Prices. Every Thing in SHOES lived," and as he did not give it his appointments in joint debate, We Carry the Largest Stock o? Goods in This Greer River Country. a second reading, he entered the and, the third day, as it was reWe Want to MoreJKian Double Our Sales This Fall, canvass with that impression, ported, Swope "was not thar." and made his speeches In a not very amible frame of ly.' He told how in the Greely miud he retired from the district race, and in other contests, the and Wolford returned home with : party had ignored principle for a smile of satistaction on his face t. policy in the effort to regain po feeling if not saying with the old .: . Help Us Brace Our Boys in France, Yours andjMine. wer, and how it had met ignomi- Roman, veni, vidi vici. ' nious defeat; but now, he said.it Buy as You Can Save All the Money jYou'Can.' Wolford was full of resources had turned its babk upon policy on the stump, and was always and was standing as the expo- composed and self poised. If he Buy Buy War Bonds, nent of great principles, and that lost his balance or felt "shaky" victory was ahead. As he talked no one could detect it He could Sow Wheat. upon this subject he waxed warm not be turned down upon a ques and grandly eloquent, the boys tion of fact, and he never needapplauded him with shouts and ed a fact to sustain his position. clapping of hands. It was the In war a soldier somesume keynote of his canvass. Jones pushes his cap in view to draw was powerless to stem the swelthe fire of the enemy. Wolford ling tide. In vain he attempted practiced the same tactics in de to convince the crowd that Wol bate. He presented a harmless the platform. Woford issue to try his adversary and lford would not listen to the sugamuse the audience; or in other ' testimony to the gestion, but insisted in reply, and as a the cruelty of which they had crowd and eave U3ed a words usually convinced his followers, .- same effect. decoy. This scheme he practiced been szuiltv in the South. He that a Republican did not know on Gen. Speed S. Frye. Main and Depot Streets was not in the habit making! Frye was a Presbyterian elder, now to read or expound a and it was a little more than he either The General was sent down to statements that could not be W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. Democratic platform, and that Casey county to fill some appoin- substantiated, and fortunately could stand and hear in silence. We cater especially to Commercial Travelers. it was the highest presumtion in tments and he and Wolford met he had proof at hand to establish He mounted his horse, and in V politics, in joint debate. Fry spoke first what he had said about the treat- rightejus indignation turned his his apponent a novice in Eleccric Lights, ' Baths, and.Free SampleRooms. to attempt to tell him or others and Wolford followed him, and, ment of Davia and Lee. There back .upon the crowd, and left what the Democracy fought or in describing the outrages and were men present under the the county declaring that he RATES $2.00 PER DAY. believed. cruelty practiced by the carpet sound of his voice who were pres- would never again be guilty of CampbellsviFfe, Kentucky. No man ever engaged in a baggers at the close of the war ent and eye witnesses to the the folly of engaging in debate political debate with Wolford he was especially severe on the facts, and, as his veracity had with Frank Wolf rod. To be continued next week when he was in his prime, who authorities for hanging Jefferson been questioned by the denial of Gen Fry, he would ask them to did not come out of it second Davis and Robt. F. Lee. OonsuIt-aHoFre Fry listened for a while .in stand up and say whether or not 15 Years Practice best. amazement, and finally unable to it, was true. As the Casey county boy said Menzies Dr. restrain himself longer, he arose '"You, Jim were a soldier, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. "he could turn any of them to his feet, interrupted Wolford, state whether or not you were OSTeOFftTft Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over OnelMIHIon Dollars. down in a rough and tumble." and denied that Davis and Lee present at the time?" Jim arose Wolford's speaking like his had been hanged, but insisted nrnmntlv and testified that "He Butler BTd'g on Public Square. Acts as Executor Administrator. Guardian. AgrentJ Committee and Trustee, and can pualirr fighting, was according to no that they were living and in the was thar and it was a- fact.' COLUMBIA XY., as such in any County in the State. known rule, but was after its enjoyment of their freedom. "And what do you know about l keep on hands a full stock of Pars 3 per centlper AnnnmloaJTIma Deposits. own fashion, and he was very Wolford let him conclude his "v it, John?" inquired Wolford of coffins, caskets, and, robes. I also keep . . 1 certain at some point in the dis statement, and then addressing Metallic Caskets, aid Steel Boxes and JOHN STXTES. President. ANGEREUA GEAY. Treat A God's truth. two hearses. We keep 'extra large is cussion to turn the laugh on his the audience again said it was another, "It the caskets. Prompt seryloenteht or day. opponent. Heknew how to cap- not the first time he had heard Colonel, I was right "there, and Besidebce Phone 28, office psoas 16& J. t ture and audit nee and use it to this; denial. It' was - the' way of aaw'm when they tiedthebpe." in News. Columbia., Tty, worry- - and harass the opposition, Republican speakers- to' deny all One andinother .arote" in' the KFTfHFS OF ADAIR and i!Hi)RXiiiiiiiiiSiiiliiSiiliiiSiiiei)SiKH m m m m Buy 1 Buy m m - War Saving Stamps Liberty Bonds m m Plant a Full Crop of Wheat m We are Still Offering Goods at MUCH BELOW Present Market Prices. Eight and m Full Stock on Hands. We Can Furnish Tractor Engines, Tractor Plows and Harrows on Short Notice. SULKY jPLOWS W. S. S. W. S. S. We are Making a Big Drive in Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. 2-- at Clothing and Help Us to Run Our Tax Bill UpHelp Us Supportfthe Govern ment. 0' as-Chea- p I' Saving Stamps, Liberty m WOODSON LEWIS, - - Greensburg, Ky. mis-rea- d mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmMmmmmmMmmmmm mis-stateme- nt Campbellsville Hotel -- - The Louisville James Trust CO, - - A V V? N 45-ly- rJ Adycrtise - The Adair CMnty vt , r r 'J- -- i. 1!' e r-.- ppHHBi-" r -- - v f ADAIRQUNTY NEWS: t, .1 . T. - i .3V ,c, 'ujjiv v . i'7'' ' t ..' . ' . ,..-- .'". ''" ?' : ; .p. .J. '"'-j- f ?' t ".,; ' . . :' --"- .v - V . ' ' ' v zr j - vnB I"- -. ; aviBH euvBLW' oth-.'- ' ai" i m ini r - . v ,.', --? l - v " . Nut . - T T ; x jjT - --5 ' t -- ?a'Wgji 3 VTr-"-" ff I T ir i" -.-wo- ' j.IliTiWB i'rTBFi' VStVUuv LrfWVnv JaKf r WtM W pMWn - J"T!-jBai- iM Til ii' ilWti llBil - ii I I.SK.3l.HipwP'(" W TFi zUf i -' '- "Vv J.'i f i,,' . -'- ! 1x Forward! v M9 . $.-- . t" -- With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which ihey plunge with every muscle tense, "with every faculty of mind alert, with That is the way our men are going into battle. When the shrill whistle sounds the advance, out they go--- r their whole heart in the task before them. No power on earth can hold them back. H Jont let the SON go.down, " 'fc. one thought only TO FIGHT -, AND WIN. - ; . r ' 5tfm1 K -v- i" 'p0Tf 4' $ - ft "N . Forward! S-V' ' 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 help win the war, the following firms and individuals have patriotically con- The same sharp challenge to battle is sounding for us. We must answer in the same proud waythe way of . v . N tour fighting men the American way. We must lend the wag they fight.' We must show the hun a united American people war-madden- ed Our task is to supply the money, the ships!, the guns, the shells that we must have to win. It is a tremendous task. We must do our part as our fighting men do theirs with the indomitable spirit of Victory. We must work, and save, and lend with one thought only-T- O FIGHT AND WIN. tributed the money to pay for this and other advertisements, of the fourth Liberty Loan : C. Q. JEFFRIES, Proprietor Columbia Hotel. BERT EPPERSON, General Grocery Store. PAULL DRUG CO., Drugs, Medicines and Stationery. NELL &SON, Grocories mov- MRS.S. H.MITCHELL, Dressmaker. .' ,1" ' ing forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. DR. JAS. TRIPLETT, Dentist. J. F. TRIPLETT, Undertaker. r.' - L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler and Optician. Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds W. T. PRICE, Fire and Life Insurance. SULLIVAN BARBER SHOP. EL2Y YOUNG, Prop, freight line to Campbeilsville. "Don't Let the SON Hi , Go Down" c.:winfrey, E. E. CHEATHAM& SON, . G. M. STEVENSON, Mill and Mill Feed. BARGER BROS., Groceries. XIEO. McLEAN, Whke-Gty.- ; ALBIN MURRAY, General Merchandise :f, Q. ft. REED, - Jm. fi '' WOODSON LEWIS, Merchant, Greeasburg, Ky. ffeiclnndifre. -- . General ffrMurance. Vg- .Circuit Clerk Adair County. Ferhlizers. - .i.r BUCHANAN,LYON.COMPANY',K:ampbeilsvilIe, ' V . -' '- Ky.Geiidware. $& - T r-- ilfe!.; THE JE FFRIES H ARDWARE STORE, General Hardware, pj - f i V is .ftr j "V "'It W3,, r 4.