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The Adair County news: December 18, 1918 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1918 ada1918121801_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: December 18, 1918 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. pr $$ H.-v- .' AMir imuiln Sfeuta VOLUME XXII COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1918. NUMBER r: 8 Died In Taylor County. Personals. Baker is reported better. Mrs. Bettie Atkins was quite sick W several days of last week. Mr. Bert Epperson was in the Louisville marker last week. Mr. Walker Bryant made a business trip to Louisville last week. Miss Sallie E. Murphey, of Phil, is visiting relatives in Colnmbia. Mrs. M. D. Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, who teaches Metcalfe County Bty Makes Su- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE. preme Sacrifice. News of the death on the battleJames H. Kinnaird, Jr., 25, has reached his father, S. L. Kinnaird. The official notification from Washington said that the young soldier was killed in action, Sept., 12. After enlisting in the army at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Sept., 15, 1916, young Kinnaird was sent to Douglas Arizona, then to Nogales, Arizona, from where he left for Franca with Gen. Pershing's A. E. F. He saw much of the heavy fighting the American Forces have been engaged in for several months. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Kinnaird, two sisters, Mrs. James Men-zieColumbia, Ky , Miss Annie Kin- naid, and one brother, E. B. Kinnaird of Red Lick. Headsquarters Co., 18th Inft., France, Mr. Stewart L. Kinnaird. Red Lick, Ky., field of France, of is at home for the holidays. Mr. W. A. Coffey made a professional trip to CampbeUsvllle last Wednesday. Miss Minnie Ingram, who teaches in Pendleton county, reached home last Wednesday. Mr. S. A. Russell, Jr., of Lebanon, was here last week, in the insurance business. at Auburn, s, Mr. Robert Baker and Miss Myrtle My Dear Son: Morgan, of Amandaville, were here a It becomes my painful duty as the few days ago. immediate commanding officer of your Mr. W. P. Paynter, Inspector of son, Private James H. Kinnaird, Hq. roads, who lives at Somerset, was here Co., 18th Infantry, to notify you of o his death in action, Sept. 12, 1918. a few days ago. his death seems painful to us, and Mr. Jas. Arvin conveyed the re- far more to you, yet we realize that mains of Bradford Holt from his death was only one of those who to Esto. have so willingly sacrificed life and all Mrs. M. E. Durham, mother of P. that they held dear in order to uphold EL Durham, is lying at the point of America's fight for freedom and Liberty. He was killed by a machine gun death in Taylor county. bullet, while advancing in the attack Mr. Ernest Harris left with Mr. R. that has shown for more than anyK. Young and family for Mississippi. thing else the kind of soldiers the He expects to be absent two weeks. men of America have proven Mr. Cleve Garrison, a discharged be. soldier, who was stationed at Camp His comrades deeply regret his loss Knox, returned home Sunday night. and join with me in extending their Mr. J. P. Caylor, who has been in heartfelt smpathy to you in your beMilford, 111., for three years, reached reavement and yet they congratulate his old home, Tora, this county, last you in having a son who in the face of death so nobly did his duty. week. Very truly yours, Henry Tupman and W. E. Squires, M. Rice, who have been in the army, have re1st. Lieut, 18th Infantry, ceived their discharges and are now Commanding. at home. Al-thCamp-bellsvil- le them-themselvesto Mr. H. A. Moss, a well-know- n stave On Mrs. dealer, of Louisville, was here a few days ago, en route to Gradyville and Sparksville. D. E. Hatcher, the shoe salesman, canvassed Adair county last week, and spent Sunday in Columbia. Mr. well-know- Still a Young Man. n Mr. C. S. Harris left last Wednes- r fr strength. day, on a business trip to South West "Virginia. Hewill visit Mississipyi before returning home. Mrs W. A. Coffey, who was called to Ashley, 111., some weeks ago, on account of the death of a brother, returned home last Friday night. Misses Nellie and Pearl Waggener, Springfield, attended the fnneral and burial of their grandmother, Mrs. Eliazbeth Thomas, at Milltown. Miss Ann Lizzie Walker accompanl-edhe- r and wife, Mr. and ciate of younger man many of whom Mrs. Clay Smith, to Van Lear, Ky., still call him Jim. May there be many years of useful where she will remain seveaal weeks. and happy life yet in store for him. Miss Ruth Stapp, who has been teaching at Falmouth, recurned home Public Sale. last week. Her brother, Mr. Albert Stapp, has also returned from the Thursday, Dec. 19, 1918, Garlin.Ky., army. One pair coming 4 year old mules, 15 hands, one 3 year old milch cow, Mr. C. C. Bates, of Jamestown, was here Sunday night, en route home, one nice calf, fourteen head shoats, 50 having received word that his wife to 60 lbs. each, Three head young ewes and children were sick. He had been thirty barrels of corn, 100 shocks top fodder, Farm wagon and all Farming on a trip from home. tools. Household and kitchen furniMr. and Mrs. K". R. Waggener, oj ture, many other articles. Springfield, came down and attended Walter Chapman the funeral and burial of Mrs. ElizaGarlin, Kentucky. beth Thomas, who was the mother of Mrs. Waggener. Noted Prisoners Paroled. Mr. Robert Todd, who attended the officers Training school at Camp TayHenry E. Youtsey and Curt Jett lor, was commissioned Second Lieu- were paroled from tne tenant and discharged, reaching Co- Frankfort last week. State Prison at Youtsey was lumbia last week. convicted eighteen years ago for comMr. E. H. Pearce, Black-veil- , Okla., plicity in the assassination of Gov. an oil speculator, came in the first of Wm. Geobel. Jett was sent up on last week and will remain here for two convictions for murder. Jett some time. He expects to start anoth- will enter the ministry. er, well while here. Andrew J. Nelson, of Fairplay, Is Mr. M. Cravens has been given a reported killed in France. leave of absence, as a Stamp Deputy in the 5th district, for an indefinite ' Wounded In France. time. He will go to Louisville this week to consult a surgeon. D. E. Bell, son of Mrs Sallie F. Mrs. B. S. Chewning, who has been Bell has been reported slightly woun-e- d an invaled for several months, is now in the trenches in Northern confined to her bed. She is receiving France, Oct. 3. Nothing more has close attention, and her many friends been heard, but his condition is is not would be glad to see her gaining reported to be serious. son-in-la- w, 7-- 2t last Saturday the 14th, Mr. and Ezra Cheatham, entertained at their home in honor of the 71st birthday of Mr. J. H. Young, the father of Mrs. Cheatham, an elegant dinner was served, the menu consisted of a large Turkey and all the good things the market affords. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young, Mr. and Mrs. W.A, Coffey, Mr. G. H. Nell, Mrs. Jennie Coffey, Mrs. Ellen B. Wheat, Eizy and Jack Young. While Mr. Young has passed his three score and ten, it doesn't mean that he is an old man, he is still apparently in the prime of his life, and extensive farmer and trader, active in all that tends to build up and make the community better, He has always been the friend and asso- Mrs. J. H. Goff, was dangerously ill with pnenmonia, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunn, last week. We are glad to report that she is better at this writing. Mr. Hunn and several other members of his family have been sick, but they are Mrs Sam Lewis, who has been in the Service, located at Indianapolis, returned home last Tuesday night, having received his discharge. While he was glad to get home, he says that he met with no hardships while in the service, that he was furnished with the best of all atout well. clothing, and that his pay was good Mr.,Alvin Ltwls, son of Mr. and and the edibiw choice. Motor-Transfer The remains of Bradford Holt, sevADAIR CIRCUIT COURT enteen years old, a son of Mr. and OF KENTUCKY. Mrs. C. C. Holt, of Esto, Russell counGarland Grlssom &c Pltff ) y vs ty, reached here Jast Wednesday af Louise Grissom &c Dft., ) ternoon about l o'ciock. By virtare of a Judgment and Order The end came at the home of the of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- deceased's brother, who reside a few ed at the Nov. Term, thereof, 1918, In miles from Campbellsville, on the the above cause, I shall proceed to of- Lebanon pike, where he was taken sefer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in riously ill a few weeks ago, while on. Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, his return from Stithton, to the horns at Public Auction, on Monday the 6th of his parents. He was a victim of day of Jan., 1918, at one o'clock p. m., pneumonia, brought on by flu. or thereabout (being County Court), The deceased was an industrious upon a credit of six months the follow- young man, especially kind to everying described property t: A cer- body, and he had many friends in the tain tract of land lying in Adair Coun- community where he was born and ty, Ky., on the waters of Slate Creek, reared. a tributary of Russell's Creek, said In this sad dispensation of Proviland lies about one Smile east of the dence Mr and Mrs. Holt and the Town of Columbia, adjoining the brothers and sisters have the sympalands of J. N. Murrell, Jas. T. Page thy of the people of Russell county. andR. T.'McCafiree. and known as The interment was near Esto and the Dr. W. R. Grissom farm, and con- was largely attended. tains 139 acres more or less, for more complete description reference is made Did Not Get to France. to the judgment, Pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser, With approved surety or seSenator Robert Antle, of Rus3ell curities, must execute Bond, bearing county, who started to France three legal Interest from the day of sale un weeks ago, havingaccepted a position til paid, and having the force and ef- with the Y. M. C. A., returned'io his fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be home last Wednesday. He went to prepared to comply promptly with New York to go into training for overthese terms. sea work, and after a few days he and W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. quite a number of others were notified JUDGE H. C. BAKER. A. C. C. that their services would not be needed hence he returned home. Senator Antle is will suited for that character SKETCH OF JUDGE HERSCHEL CLAY W. Lisle a prominent lawyer of COMMISSIONER'S SALE. of work and if the war had continued GreeDsburg, Ky., and a delegate from BAKER. he would now be in France. Green County to the Constitutional Convention in 1850. Six children bless ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ed this union, all of whom have de Suicided in Texas. (By James Garnett.) OF KENTUCKY. veloped into leaders in their respective W. F. Cheatham &c Plaintiff ) "The end" were unwelcome words communities and gave given evidence . VS in the "Sketches of Adair County by of their splendid parental training. Luella Cheatham &c Defendant ) The remains of Mr. Zidney Wiliis, H. C. Baker." The News never had W. Lisle Baker, is cashier of the who was a brother of Mr. Luther By virture of a Judgment and Ora more interesting feature than this Monticello Banking Company; Tyler der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court Willis, this county, suicided in Ohio very valuable contribution which A. and W. R. Walker, husband of and his remains were brought to Judge Baker made to its readers. The Judge Baker's secoud daughter, Net- rendered at the Nov. Term, thereof Adair county, last week, and buried modesty of this spendid gentleman tie, constitute a leading law firm in 1918, in the above cause, I shall pro- at Mt. Carmel. forbid his writing the missing chapter Texas His youngest daughter, Mamie, ceed to offer for sale at the Court Some months ago the deceased lost-without which no history ol Adair is the wife of W. D. Jones, who was house door in Columbia Ky, to the daughter, the wife vt Mont Corbin, highest bidder, at Public Auction, on county would be complete. Superintendent of Schools in Adair Monday the 6th day of Jan. 1919, at and later one of his sons was killed in Herschel Clay Baker was born in County and is now in the employ of Faance. He brooded over the deaths Cumberland County, Kentucky, on the Interstate Commerce Commission. one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being of his children until his reason was the 16th day of December 1841. He Judge Baker, his daughter, Miss Sal- County Court, upon a credit of was the following described pro- dethroned. He good said to have been was the son of E. C. Baker and Sarah lie, aud youngest son, Herschel T. are an industrious; citizen when at perty, M. Baker, (nee Alexander.) Both of keeping the home fires burning himself. in the A certain tract of land lying in his parents died while Herschel was a old family residence in Columbia Adair County, Ky., and bounded and youth. He came to Columbia in 1855 Read This. I remember to have suggested to to make his home with his Uncle, Judge Baker near the close of his described as follows: Bounded on the North by the lands of Noah Loy and Judge T. T. Alexander. After finish- term as Circuit Judge, that he was ing the course in the Male & Female the best equipped person I knew to the Jamestown road; on the East by From this date until Jan. 15th High School, he entered Center Col- write an accurate history of Adair the lands of Noah Loy; on the South we will endeavor to close .out the by the lands of Noah Loy and the lege at Danville, from which institu- County and in this conversation I said Jamestown road and on the West by rmainder of our stock. We still tion he graduated with the class of to him that I knew of no greater ser the Jamestown road, containing two have large stock of shoes, very 1862. He rturned to Columbia where vice a person could render the county, acres more or less. good assortment of mens furnishhe began the study of law under his in which he lived than to record the For the purchase price, the pur- ings, Dry goods Uncle, Judge Alexander, and was ad- events which should be accurately etc. The prices mitted to the Bar in 1863. He devoted transmitted to future generations chaser, with approvedjsurety or securi- will be cut from 25 to 50 per himself to the practice of his chosen He has performed this duty and I be- ties, must execute Bond, bearing legal cent lower than you can buy them profession in Adair and adjoining lieve that your subscribers will unani- interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and efiect elsewhere, come early and get the counties until 1876, when he moved to mously agree to this verdict "Well of a Judgment. Bidders will be pre best. Terms cash. Louisville where he continued the done thou good and faithful servant " pared to comply promptly with these practice of law for tnree years He Russell & Co. In this connection I am going to terms w could not resist the siren call of his take the liberty of making another W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. native section and in 1879 returned to suggestion which I hope will appeal A. C. C. Mail us your Spectale Repairs. Columbia where he has since lived an to Judge Baker: Over 600 of the We will give them our Best and active and influential member of so- flower of the young manhood of Adair ciety. Wounded County have entered the service of George Johnston in Most Prompt Attention. If you It has been my privilege to know their country. Many went with the have Broken Lenses, or Glasses,, Front Line Trenches. Judge Baker intimately for more than Expeditionary Forces into the old just mail us the pieces, and we twenty-fiv- e years. At the forum he world to help make it free, and some Word came on yesterday to Mr. N. was a courteous adversary, a loyal and of them lie buried in Flauders' Field. M. Tutt that his nephew, Geo. John- can send you a New Lens. R. L Hill, earnest advocate; on the Bench he These young men are a part, and a ston,, whose home is at Milltown, was was kind and considerate, firm and most important part, of the history wounded in engagement with the 8-- 3t Campbellsville, Ky. courageous He loves a good story of Adair County. I know of no one German troops on the firing line in and is an interesting conversationalist. who can more accurately write the France, about September 20. Geo. y There are conveniences very He stands to every wind history of Adair County's connection Johnston is a son of the late W. E. needed about this town, and on all moral questions He is an ad- with the great struggle for universal Johnston and went from Adair county if the city board would do its duty it vocate of progressive public education freedom which recently came to a suc- as one of the draftees in America's would accommodate many people in. and contributes to all movement cessful conclusion; and I am going to army of selectmen. The letter con- Columbia and also its friends living-ou-t which tend towards the upbuilding suggest that Judge Baker continue his taining the information about bis of town, who are almost daily callsocial and moral welfare of the sketches until they have included all wounds came to his sister and was ed here. It is useless to add any mora community. He is universally regard- the Adair County heroes who gave dated Nov. 15. The degree of his words, as this item will be readily un. ed a high class gentleman and is a fine their lives upon the Altar of Liberty. wounds is undetermined, but his con- derstood. Christian character. He is and for valescent condition is reported good many years has been a ruling Elder and satisfactory to his friends and relWanted. To buy a saw mill. Will Collecting The R. R. Tax. in the Presbyterian Church. He has atives. pay reasonable price for mill outfit had a long, active and useful career, without engine. and is still actively engaged in the Henry A. Buchanan, New Store. We learn from a resident of Camppractice of his profession and takes Burdick, Ky. keen interest in ail public questions . bellsville that the amount Taylor In politics he has been honored by county will have to pay in order that E. L. Sinclair & Co., have opened both political parties. He represent- its railroad debt be settled'is $200,000, and are receiving a new stock of goods Many desirable articles will ber ed Adair County in the Lower House and that the taxpayers are busy pay- in the Sinclair building, formerly occu- offered at J. W. Walker's sale, of the Kentucky Legislature; was ing. More than $60,000 has been paid pied by W. L Ingram. They handle Saturday. County Attorney of Adair County, and up to this timer and that it is believed clothing, dry goods, Gent's and ladies next was Judge of the 29th Judicial District that early" in next year the county will furnishing, hats and caps. Also staple Notice. for a period of six years. His educa- be free of this long standing debt. and fancy groceries. Big lot of candy Nothing could be more conducive to and fruits for the Christmas holidays tion, judicial temperament and high sense of honor gave him the confidence the building up of Campbellsville and to be sold at wholesale, The stock is Service, $1.00 at the gate, my of the lawyers and litigants and his inhancing the farm lands of Taylor new and the prices are right. thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boar. record on the Bench will live as a county than the wiping out of this ob7-- 2t Jno. Dunbar, Farm. monument to his integrity long after ligation. It may seem unjust, but it Notice. is on the county, and the only way to he has passed to his reward. His business ability has been re- get rid of trouble of this character is Having been called to Lebanon to The pike from here to the Taylor peatedly recognized by corporate In- to pay out The bondholders are in- take charge of the Lebanon House on county line is said to be very much out stitutions.- For many years he was nocent purchasers and should not suff account of sickness, I have left the of repair. There are many chug holes ceairman of the Board of Trustees of er. Columbia House of the Cumberland and some of them deep. This end of n, of the Male & Female High School. Grocery Co., in charge of A. D. the pike belongs' to Adair county acd He was President of the corporation and Geo. Wilson. a crew of bands should be employed Heartburn is a symptom of indigeswhich opened the first Fair in ColumLucien Bell, to put it in good condition. bia in 1884 and for many years was tion.. Take a dose of HERBINE in such cases. The pain disappears in President of the Bank of Colombia. Pyrex Transparent Ovenwarev ' Pyrex Transparent Ovenware. wife, Miss Dollie M. Lisle, to stantly. The bowels operate speedily His Glass that defies heat at whom he was married in 1867 and who and you feel fine, vigorous and cheer- Glass that defies heat at ' 7-7-Albin Murray's. Albm Murray's? 1904, was a daughter of Thoe. ful. Paull Drug Co. CoiMthia, Ky. died in to-wia six-mont- hs to-w- it: neces-sariall- four-squar- e of-th- e 8--2t Pat-teso- 4 - 2t 2t i i- - A x-- f V vr i -- A t - -- nT " Sppjigp'vipwf $ity THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' v1" a. ' t Tfjarrter's Md ust-Pro- of jt jlAa .a 2 ,j. OAlvAf Z w ZVlA ZakX AfAVAJsJ JsjS. LfS i JA ZaiZt . Mfu ZnnAZaiAAl ljS MMMlJ 7aA Z.Sl ZtS ZlaXjaA i oi rrrw I gJ. g- - TIT 4Q4"Q444Q44 g -- "X WA1N1LU ,- 1 THTSTTV e444Q444444 4i - Alive Xmas Presents Diamonds, Watches, Lavaliers, Wrist Watches, Cut Glass, French Ivory Silverware, China, Columbia Grafanola. You will be pleased to see our Beautiful and Varied Stock Before Xmas. BRYANT Gray Foxes, For Sale at tALBIN MURRAY'S Dist. No 3, White. sclcinmg counties. See me br L. P.Barden (N. R.) 2 tracts f&se contracting. Latest im- - 223 Acres joins J. G. Bryant taxes and cost machinery of all kinds. Mrs. Eliza Green 2 tracts 78 P4imp Repairing Done. Givt acres joins F. H. Brjant Gail. taxes and cost G. B. Selby 15 acres joins C. YATES Bill Shearer taxes and cost 2 will drill wells in Adair and tfHi i DRILLER joins Lige Bryant and cost R. L Dickerson 127 joins Virgil Ruberts and cost Mrs. .Mary Hudson 37 joins Isham Keames and cost J. jSXSzss Pyrex Transparent Ovenware. that defies heat at Albin Murray's SSSt S H. Mitchell, -- sale of Land for Taxes Sheriff of Adair vsoucfcy will sell co .at the court-hous- e door, in Columbia, 'Ky., the first fcfonday in January, " 1919, the foil owing tracts of land for SSesea due him for the year 1917: DIst 2ft. 1 Whites. . OzeSottom (N. R ) 1 acres Scins S. fl. Knifley taxes said cost ?2 67 t J. W. Caldwell (K. R ) 23 acres joins A. H. Light v Tares and cost 2 05 J--i. S. Hardwick 6 acres joins . . the highest bidder, Dist. No. 4, White. Mrs. Ella Harrison 77 acres joins Ike Hurt taxes and cost Levi Harris 2 acres joins Peter Comptontaxes and cost M. L. Mrs. Parsons 1 town lot in Gradyville taxes and cost Colored Dist. No. 4 J. F. Garnett28 acres estax and cost Sallie Taylor 30 acres joins Strong Sill taxes and cost Dist. No. 5, White. J. G. Rodgers (N R ) 65 acres taxes and cost tester ivker 0 acres joins ..S. Collins taxes and cost Ezra Chelf Taxes and cosr. "5Gs3. "E. Dist. "So 2 White. J. Barrett 129 acres Dist. No. 6, Whites. and cost L E. Richardson (N R ) 13 4 57 acres joins M J. Denton taxes and cost Ham Sinclair 2 acres joins Alvln Sinclair taxes and cost 1 4- - r k Tf. PhOENIX Not Many Left. 4 S. HOOGEN, 4 4 4 bam?axoioo5so: SPP&:Hoo4VodXo 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444 4444444444444 4444444444444 444444444444 4 4 4 4 4 The Stock of Quality 4 4 4 ALBIN 4 4 4 4 4 The Ladies' Store 4 4 War Prices do not 4 From Supplying the Needs of our 4 4 Customers. 4 4 4 4 4 4 Mens' and Boys' Union Suits. 4 Silk and 4 Shirts at Bottom Prices fot and 4 4 4 4 BLANKETS. 4 4 4 4 Pure Wool and Mixed Fabrics 4 New Supply Rugs, Drug- 4 4 gets Carpets and Furniture 4 4 4 4 Overcoats and Cloaks. 4 Outfitters for and 4 4 4 Fancy Wearing Apparel for Ladies and 4 4 4 4 Gentlemen. 4 4 4 Fancy and Hats 4 and'Caps 4 and the 4 4 SHOES. 4 4 4 4 ALBIN MURRAY, 4 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444434444444444444 W. Campbellsville,' ----- $3.00 each. ( Red Foxes, - - 4.50 tt 50 Gray Squirrels --- Kentucky. taxes Dial. No. 7, White. 3 33 acres taxes 11 10 acres taxes 7 57 4 92 4 07 4 06 H. Burton 40 ac res joins Frank Burton taxes and cost Mary Straders heirs (N. R.) 13 acres joins Peter Cheatham taxes "end cost Dist. No. 7, Colored. Roy Burbridge 1 acre joins Wm. King Bal on tax and cost Susan Barger's heirs 4 acres joins Mary Strader taxes and cost Wm. King 1 acre joins Roy Burbridge taxes and cost Dist. No. 7 "A." Norman Morrison 1 town lot Bal on tax and cost Mrs. Sarali &'SHIVELY, 3 28 Campbellsville, Ky. 1 92 2 42 1 10 1 22! 4 20 4 63 3 64 1 57 3 74 SURGEONS ajrree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Columbia, Ky I MURRAY. 1 94 11 keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep 54 Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office phone 168. J. F. Triplett, yr Keep Us 1 68 45-l- 74 ' Columbia. TCv. Pongee Rock Men Boys 3 04 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS V Men Boys. I Veils, Gloves, Hosiery, Men for Lengerie, Boys. Next Door to The Adair County New Office. Eest Grade Buggies at Old Prices. ' Dr. Elam Harris DrENrrisr. OFFICE 164. Midence Phone 13 B Business Phoe 11 DR. -K J. N. MIRREII I Y W- - Residence 123- DENTIST? lumbia. "P. 'OFFICE: OACPBBnU-SVTIjL.E- Second Floor DENTIST Dffice. Cor. Main and Depot Sts Am permanently located in3;Co All Classes of Dental , General Anesthetics Localand ICY. Administer Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. 2 I. .M.Sanders&Go. CAMPBELLSVILLE, Lr. H. Jones : Columbia, - Kentucky For.Sate. ss Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist work done. Crow dfteand Inlay work Specially. . All Work Guaranteed Office: nest door to post office. KENTUCKY -- ' n Mention THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS."' - W iv 3 Ford Touring cars, 1 OverSpecial attention given Diseases of all land Touring car. All in first-claDomestic Animals For Sale. condition. Good tires on Office at Residence, 1 mile of. town, on all cars. Will sell cheap, need A new Singer Sewing machine tha Jamestown road. W. E. Noe, has not been used. In fine order. Ap the money. Phone 1140. " ply at this office. Columbia, Ky. Columbia, Ky. S Iv V . "i, nrvhm! mt& i -- tm?mmwytmw-- n - - - '. "M -i JL ' ifS Hir . X& - 'ft ul IT - imin JiA j " h ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rsr sj5 fr :r? eJE. - r V':-- V jji jmmmmMc$gmm&my zssmssssEm i& . -- ii v r?. . i vmsmmmi ;'f-SC3Sl5- ?r zwmmmm Hgfe?J fems "i,,,,,,,M ."ilUIH I -" 'rrifcgT riTmiilil1!: " ' 'V Producers., Transporters, Refiners, Marketers ... 1 - vi.: Vsf ..'yc i: NcCombs Producing INCORPORATED Refining Opinion No. A1955. At' i! An Established Producing and Refining Company APPROVED BY CAPITAL ISSUES COMMITTEE "Passe J by the Capital Issues Committee as not incompatible with the national interests but without approval of legality, validity, worth, or security." P- - I v 87 Producing Wells 17,000 Acres of Leases ' 1,000 Barrel Refinery 30 New Tank Cars After Friday, December 20, 1918 STOCK ADVANCES TO -- .yi'ti !7f? "S r a -- s U N 2.12 Per Present Price $2.00 Per Share Par Value $1.00 Per Share The money raised from the sale of this stock will continue to be used, as it has been used in the past, in the development and expansion of the company s properties. Over $825,000.00 of capital raised from the sale of stock has been invested in properties and equipment in the twelve months of the company's existence. Its outstanding position today as the leader among the independent oil companies operating in Kentucky may be ascribed to following this policy of expansion. Results accomplished to date are but a forerunner of those which may be expected to ensue from the further development of the company's concededly valuable holdings, and expansion in . Share AW 7, ' 7 j2 ; T " f,,,"i yr the field of its operations through increasing the size of its refining plant, now operating, and the purchase of additional producing properties. In view of progress to date "McCombs" stock at S2.00 per share is an extremely attractive investment opportunity with the probabilities of unlimited enhancement in value. y - C'i 1 1 T 4 I y f-' .,-.?- n . Dividends 24 Per Annum 1,000 Barrel Flowing Well Well Xo 3. Butcher lease, in heart i.f niqrSia'ciner District? . ,.-'.- -- I"v4 V'xvN& I w "T Vl ;l u ! .. VA M r i -v , t; ) KxT 1.600 v;i'M:NN Lei couatr, which was estimated a cnly Wbartul. - flpws brrrels in - twenty-fou- 1 r r j r ' ' Wht n only five Butcher No. 4, Also Flowing. feet in sand this well lloweil ten feet over top of cas'.nsl - Gcoi for 75Piarrel9. rfiifj -- 12 DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATING i , ft i Full information on request Inter-Southe- rn A 1909 -- PresideEit ABRAM RENICK, LOUSSV8LLE, KENTUCKY Building . ViK. l l I Mb . Orders will be received by telegraph or telephone at our expense up to midnight, Friday, December 20, 1918, at $2.00 per chare. mMtM vX-- ' X XK- Kfl I I1 tS3CT?i7 ,' mi rz: ve.. ilt L v A m hy.yi.iwM 5 : - Aw IX -jj-n, '!''.'' LiSw. ffljl ' tiLTi v 5vrt f ... m j n i s: .joj. i-- m ATq. 1 a HI ".rvMrr iBfigliTrfrii l Tit n invnQi vs, in t'iL- J'- - ".- r rrwirrsrr .AiiuMi'fi.. ;y" ywfeggtf'aB.. mg, r, &Zi te,r" v " . -- ' ' ' v. j?i--- : -- " . . - iiBiinBHi iiTTIw rr fflTTri Tmi v . fl -- f ?rvi A"- N ;T ac rU ...fri. - - 3. .1 f WJ '-- 1 ' sK ' M. , ' 0 . .jL -- Ut-. -- ' ., ' V. if x.. 'I 4? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS jLd&ir Coarvty Nevis Published On Wednesdays. Local Newa TOBACCO. GPPOUSTfES RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN OIL IH KEN. - fit Golam6ia., Keivtacky- MARKSDAL.E HAMLETT, Campbellsville, Ky. There were three floors loaded to maxium capacity TUCKY OF UNUSUAL MAGNITUDE. with dark and Burley. The largest Editor crowd ever witnessed at an opening Decided n- - - V www sale was in attendance. Bidding was spirited and Burley and good grades of Dark sold well. Burley brought $42.- WED. DEC, 18, 1918. 00, Dark ranged from $6.50 to $17.75. Prices were not quite so good as on the opening day of last season, but Universal Membership and its considering the inferior grades of of the full significance cannot be too much good. the offerings 125000 averages More than were lbs, were widely emphasized. It means sold with many rejections. Success Attends Efforts of Big Profits Kentucky Company Assured. CHRISTMAS GOODS I Kentucky as an oil producing state is coming rapidly to the fore, due largely to the aggressive and progressive management of one of the pioneer independent oil companies of the state, the McCombs Producing and Refining Company. m m the enrollment pf EVERY loyal AM GRATEFUL FOR WHAT DONE FOR ME 1918. American as a member of the Greensburg, Ky. The initial sale of This organization has quadrupled loose leaf market was well attend production recently simply by going greatest humanitarian organiza- theyesterday by farmers from aJl parts its oil when it knows it was there. ed after of this, Adair, and Taylor counties. This is emphasized by the fact that tion in the world. Charles J. ICronan, of Louisville, has been appointed Collector of the Fifth District, to succeed Scott Mayes. Mr. Mayes will practice law in Louisville. Senator Beckham was behind Cronan, who was defeated for Mayor of Louisville by Smith. The object of the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call is to register in terms of active participation the spirit of a nation. The spirit in question is personified in Red Cross membership. Every worker is urged to "make it unanimous." -- YOU HAVE DURING The floors were about full, and 80 000 pounds were disposed of. The initial sale was quite satisfactory, although prices were hardly as strong as at the close of sales last spring. Burley ranged as high as $44 and made a floor average of $22. The Rev. J. W. Firkin, of Keltner, Adair county, sold the highest basket. His crop consisted of about 2,200 pounds, and averaged $31.50. The low grades and middle types of burley were from 82 to $6 lawer than they were last season, but e burley was as strong as last d year's types. About of the sale was dark tobacco. Prices on dark high-gradone-thir- this company has as yet not drilled what is technically called one dry hole, that is, a well. As a result it announces a well just "drilled in" in the "Big Sinking District" a well in Lee County, and a well near Torrent, Ky. This makes an increased output of 750 barrels per day in only three wells here lately, and there are now 84 pro ducing wells belonging to the Mcnon-produci400-barrel 250-barrel 100-barrel I I m X THIS YEAR, Combs people. Mr. Abram Renick, president of the McCombs Company, announces that ranged from $5 to $16,E0. Hopkinsville,' Ky. The official report of J. W. Hancock, chairman of the Sales Committee of the Hopkinsville Tobacco Board of Trade, covering the opening sales of loose tobacco this week on this market, shows total sales of 321,650 pounds. The prices on this ranged from 510 to $28 per hundred, with an average for the whole of $15,89 The week of December has been set for the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call. It seems peculiarly appropriate to have this ROLL CALL during the season. With the Christmas dawn of peace at hand it should serve as a fitting climax to an aventful twelve months. 16-23 Universal Membership been chosen as the keynote of of the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call. This thought was expressed by President Wilson when, on the occasion of his address last May, he said: "I summon you to the comradeship." In this appeal the President, of lhe Red Cross, himself, has sounded the clarion call to every good American to enroll as a member of the Red Cross, These figures show a substantirl increase over the past season At tbia period last season total sales were 266,050 pounds, Prices had ranged from $9 to 20.50 and the average on the first week's offerings was $13 11. This gives a net gain in the average this year of $2.78. Quatations for the week are: Trash, $10 to $11 50. Lugs Common, $11.50 to 13; medium, $13 to $14.50; good, $14.50 to $15.-5fine, $15.50 to $17.-- Leaf Low, $15.40 to $17; common, $17 to $19; med-$1has to $22. good, $22 to 24; fine $24 to 0; within the next ten days he expects also the completion of eight additional weils. This is going to make a tremendous increase in the production of crude oil by this company, increasing Facilities. To accommodate this product the entire refining plant of the Consolidated Oil Refining Company of East St Louis- has been- purchased and will be literally removed in its entirety to Beattyville. Beattyville is on- the L. and N. Railroad-and within six miles of the producing properties of the McCombs Company in A pipe Use Is now being constructed from the wells to the location of the refinery at Beattyville. A fleet of 30 steel tank cars has been purchased to convey the finished product to the market - I have a complete Holiday line, of Xmas Groceries. Candy, Fruits, and other things good to eat. During this Rush Season Come I 1 m m Wolfe-County- . Early and Buy Before the Stock is Picked Over Refining in Kentucky. Meantime, production from wells al- 9 28. Hendeison, Ky A sharp decline in tobacco prices resulted yesterday, when 325,930 pounds were sold over two floors at $14.70 average. Leaf sold up to $30; lugs from $12 to $20, and trash from 6 to $11.75. Lexington, Ky. Two sets of buyers went on the floors of the Lexington tobacco market yesterday, and the total number of pounds purchased by them amounted to 575,560, at an ever-ag- e of $27,95, the highest of the season Gas in The personal appeal is the most important factor in the success of the forthcoming Red Cross Christmas Roll Call. This Roll Call is planned and so conducted that every American may have the opportunity and privilege of becoming a member. Organization is the all important part of this Roll Call. The burden of the success of the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call is upon the Chapter workers, and the branches and auxilliaries under their jurisdiction. See Miss Jennie Garnett and answer to the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call. UNIVERSAL the stomach cornea from food which has fermented. Get rid of this badly digested food as quickly as possible if you would avoid a billious attack; HERBINE is the remedy you need. It cleanses and strengthens the stomach, liver and bowels, and restores energy and cheerf ullness. Sold by Paull Drug Co Columbia. Ky. Ed Willis, who is in the service of the United States, writes his father, Mr. J. A. Willis, of this place, that he has just returned to New York from Brazil, having been, on the journej as an escort of the Ambassador of that country. He further stated that he was going to make an effort to come home on a visit, Christmas. MEMBERSHIP THE RED IS Quite a number of Adair county people attended the openings of Loose Leaf Houses at Campbellsville and Greensburg last Wednesday and Thursday. Large delegations from all sections attended both openings, THE and some fancy price were realized. The Adair county soldier boys are arriving daily and it will nob be many months until they will all be at home. As they come, the glad hand is extended. Some day there should be a reunion in Columbia, and a great feast spread. I GOAL OF CROSS CHRISTMAS ROLL CALL. 'f r.'t n The aim and underlying purpose of this campaign is to recruit under the banner of the Red Cross every loyal American no matter where he or she may It is hoped that the approaching holidays will be kept in a manner salive. "A large membership in cred, that is that tnere will be no lithe Red Cross means more 'over quor brought in to derange the minds of the there than money,? said Chair- should young men Christmas Day be kept sacred, as represents man Henry P. Davison upon his the birth of our Lord andit Savior. . .return from a visit to every batTodd Eobinson, of color, and two tle front. It is hoped and exother darkies, one named Hurt, the pected tnac this great ambition other Johnson, were tried before Judge will be realized. It can be if Sinclalar, last Tuesday, charged with disturbing religious every patriotic man and woman were fined $20.00 each worship. They and cost, is seen personally and urged to join the Red Cross during Roll Court of Claims for the Ocfcohar i term of the Adair Fiscal Court will be Call. week. published " next week. '.--- ... s owner of an undivided interest in the Butcher and Hargis leases in Lee County." approximately "The consideration $250,000 is typical of those involved in recent transactions where producing properties have changed hands in this territory. The advantageous features of unusual large wells and high percentage of successful completions that have marked the development of the Big Sinking District are now beginning to be reflected In the prices asked and obtained for production. Prices Further expansion, however, re- for oil properties in general In Kenquires an additional amount of work- tucky are as yet only beginning to aping capital and this will be supplied proximate intrinsic value taken from by the sale of additional stock yet the standpoint of returns realized retained in the treasury. from their development" Oil World, Nov. 9, 1918. Recent Newspaper Comment The office of the president from "McCombs Buys More Production In which additional information can be Lee. The lease purchased consists of n obtained, is at 1909-1- 2 116 acres and are regarded as very Building, Louisville, Ky. valuable property. There are now two wells on the Butcher lease, one of which under actual test for 18 hours Mr. Jesse Burton, who lived near produced 292 barrels of oil." Oil Purdy, this county, died Saturday World, Nov. 2, 1918. night, of last week. He was about "McCombs Producing and Refining seventy years old, and was widely Company has completed Its arrangeknown in the eastern section of Adair ments for a very active drilling campaign on the Butcher and Hargls leases. It is anticipated thai the proOn Friday evening the 27th of this duction of this company, on account month the Masonic Lodge of this of its operations on, the above leases, place will meet in regular convocation 'Will be very greatly increased in the for the purpose of electing officers for jisamediate fture. Market Letter, the ensuing year. .Kentucky Oil aixebange, Nov. 9, 1918. "The prominent feature of the week Sickly children need .WHITE'S "was the purchase by the McCombs CREAM VERMIFGGE. It not only Producing and Refining Company oi destroys worms, if there be any, but it a three-quartinterest" In the Batcher and Hargis tracts. These leases are acts as a strengthening tonic In the stomach and bowels. Sold by Faull tMfardsd m ,excessiagly valBftbl Drug Co. Colombia, Ky. three-fourthInter-Southerer ready having a consistent record of production and many-newells- which are constantly being brought in through the active drilling campaign inaugurated by the company, assures an ample supply of oil for the refinery from its own- wells. The of the managed ment in securing a plant at a reasonablerfigure may be appreciated when it is realized "that under present conditions the construction of a new plant wonH have-bee- n 'impossible. The establishment of the (plant at Beattyville will be followed 'by the construction of-- an additioaal plant for the manufacture of lubricat-'in- g oils and paraffine wax. Future Possibilities. With the prospect of increasing the inumber of new wells by 40 or more .within the next six months, the y Producing and Refining is justified in believing that at least $1,000,000 worth of oil will be 'sold from the property within the next six months. Adding to this the profits of refining, and marketing in its own cars, it easily takes rank as the foremost independent oil company in Kentucky. It must be remembered that the immense acreage as yet undeveloped contains possibilities of future profitable expansion which can hardly be calculated, It includes over 17,000 acres in the Eastern Kentucky oil belt Under the able executive management of Abram Renick, the president of the company, and the field management of J. C. McCombs,' there has been an enormous increase in the total value of the company's holdings and this has been accomplished without jeopardizing the safety of the shareholders' interests. ready-to-hanre-fini- ng Mc-'Com- bs Columbia, BertlEpperson. Kentucky. m m mmm Com-;pan- For Sate. Mr. S. I. Blair and Luther property. This purchase Is In keeping n poliey of the 'Mcwith the A combination coal and wood cook Montgomery have about completCombs people of purchasing producing ng range-neHas never beeD used. ed their new dwellings. properties and paying for what it is Will sell for half price. Call at Kews worth. This will be good news to the fflce. Mr. Kent Bryant has been hundreds of people who are interested hauling lumber this week, for financially in this company, as the A Splendid Offer. properties are undoubtedly of very the purpose of repairing his The Adair County News 81.50 and great value and should yield handthe Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 75c, house. some returns upon the investment" Market Letter, Kentucky Oil Ex both one year for only 81.95, in 1st and Mr. R. B, Reeves has been at 2nd well-know-- Zones. change, Nov. 2, 1918. "McCombs Producing and Refining Company Gets More Production in Lee Some people were a little uneasy County. Following its usual policy of last week, fearing that they would Investing conservatively in only abso- lose their meat, as the weather was lutely proven fields, McCombs Pro- quite warm. If anybody lost meat it ducing and Refining Company has has not been reported to this office. closed a deal whereby it becomes the For-Sal- e. Stithton, at work, for several weeks. N. A. McKinley and family and Mr. Dewey Conover were over from Campbellsville last week. l8-- 2t Seven fine Jersey milch cows, rangMiss Etta Bryant visited at ing from four to seven years old All good ones, J. B. Barbee, Mr. Ola McKinley's last Sunday. Columbia. Ky. Misses Lula and Maud Bryant Spring flowers bloomed all last week, at the home of Mrs. Kinnle Murrell. were guests of Mrs. Sam Bridgwater has taken charge of the stock of goods in the Bennett busi- Edgar EUis ness house and has added groceries. Call and see him. 7-- 2t last Sunday week. Edgar Rule and family, of Gar-li-n, spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandparents, Geo. Cheatham, 8340. Jr., sold a pair of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barger. long yearling mules to Ed Salmon for For Sale. -OhiolRiver Salt, 7 bushel bar- nity, was eighty-fou- r years old Do not fail .to attend J. W. last Thursday. He is quite acWalker's sale, in Columbia, next tive, works every day, but Saturday. has failed. He always enjoyed reading, but he cannot Ozark. see to read much now. The pretty weather continues Mrs. Callie Bryant visited Mrs. and folks are making good use Martha A Bryant one day reof it. Killing hogs has been the cently. principal work this week. Miss Evelyn Simmons waalhe There, are no new cases of flu, and thoee who have had it are gues.t of Miss Ruby Bryant, laat better. Saturday night. .. rels, $4.85 per barrel. 37-t- f. young & Hutchison Frank Montgomery and family visited relatives near Gentry's Mill last week. "Uncle" John Bryant, who is the oldest citizen of our commu his-eye-sig- ht tfJT -w " V J a' COUrR OF CLAIMS. Following is a complete list of claims allowed at the Regulai October term of the Adair County Fiscal Court, at its regular term Oct. 1918. W. A. Coffey, Services as county Atty $ 83 33 Bert Epperson furnishing 26 00 Will Murrell a pauper Sidney Burton furnishing fWilllam and Elmer Long 43 50 and Jordon Books paupers Bert Epperson 6 mo. salary 23 50 as Co. Treasurer B. E. Strange & Co. furnishing Boy and Lyfus Jones paupers 27 00 Standard Printing Co. election supplies and Deed Books 106 32 11 50 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS fers for state tax commissioner Same making two recapitu' lation of tax books Same making statement showing the total exemption allowed ou tJie difler- v ent classes of property Same making 4485 tax bills for the sheriff Same for 183 omitted lists Same six months salary as clerk Bay Humphries sheep plaim W. H. Bloyd, sheep claim Sarah L. Hadley, same W. E. Hunter same W. H. Bloyd same J. E. Beard same J. E Clay well same Lutner Bell same D W. Kinnaird same C. C Lewis same Roy Furkin same Anthus Loy same F. W. Bridgewater same L. C. Powell same Melvin Earles same Nathan Goodin same U. L. Antle same W. T. McKinley same J. D. Floyd same Sell Bennett same B. G, Bedman 3 goats killed Mrs. W. W. W. E. Wilson, same 40 00 W. H 19 90 3 00 3 00 50 00 156 98 45 75 50 0 10 50 13 50 16 50 31 50 12 50 51 50 13 50 21 50 Burton, same Mont O. Wilson, same Loren Keith, same H C Workman, same T. P. Lewis, same Geo H Hancock, same R T. Page, same J. Tom Neat, same J. H. Branham, same L C Nell, same John Jlenson, same Finis Harvey, sam 1917-191- 8 lfkttia& B 3 00 3 00 3 00 s 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 6 00 IfVT YY e M re WH 1 AT lie ieduer b Kentucky. P k Camp b ells vi lie, F.W.Englauu,sameand nails 3 30 IN THE MOST COMPLETE and VARIED DRUG STORE. THE FULLEST and HANDSOMEST JEWELRY STOCK, AN D L. R. Chelf for one road scraper for Co. C. Gowen for Bridge Lumber C. C. Boe for keeping poor house and furnishing paupers J. M. Wolford Bridge Lumber for Co. W. J. Tucker Bridge Lumber for Co Dr. W. E. Sanders medical attention to pauper Mack Tedder furnishing Janie Bedlaman and Stance Bich paugers Mack Tedder for Bridge Lumber and nails Nell and Son brooms and Supplies to court house E. B. Morgan lumber for county S. S. Goode supplies for county, Lumber, shovels, nails & etc. S. S. Goode furnishing cott Bainwaters two child 14 00 19 00 13 50 16 00 21 42 13 50 27 50 16 50 16 50 56 50 17 50 21 50 16 50 19 50 487 25 8 25 22 18 4 00 Kirtley furnish13 00 ing Victoria Wilson pauper 81 00 Jeffries Hwde store supplies to court house 5 74 Jeffries Hwde Store furnish county for road purposes 31 10 M. C. Winfrey express on 1 80 12 71 26 88 3 12 file boxes ren paupers . S. Goode furnishing Chap man's paupers . F. Scott for 4105 ft Lumber furnished the county ndrew B. Turner exempt from paying a poll tax Oran Ann Bodgers furnishing Bodgers puupers ie Keltner furnishing W. F. Keltner pauper osie Tarter furnishing Tar- ters paupers Kouhler Stauep & Stencil Co for Dog License and Tags Bradley Gilbert Co.file boxes Binding books & etc. A. W. Turner furnishing feet of lumber furnished county. 26 58 Willie Tarter 288 ft of lumber f urnlstied county R. T. Page lumber and nails 36 00 furnished county E. B. Atkinson medical at60 00 tention to Mary J. Griffin 1000 Jasper Doss 15 00 4 57 2 00 3 00 J. 82 70 W. Sublett & Bro. burial furnished lven 10 00 36 00 26 00 212 50 25 00 20 00 clothes 39 00 Pike (deceased) J. W- - Sublett & Bro. furn-- v ishing J. T. Frost pauper J. W. Sublett furnishing Miss S. L. Boice pauper 39 00 Dr. S. P. Miller for services as health officer 52 00 19 20 170 87 10 00 4 75 32 50 2 80 burial goods W. Turner furnishing Burirl goods J. F. Hardin furnishing Lizzie Bault a pauper A. fi f L. W. Sparks for sharpening picks and nails C. Y. Coomer furnishing sills for bridg and sharpening picks W. H. Hamon furnishing Ermrn Karnes pauper W. H. Hamon furnishing Hendricks Humes pauper "VV. H. Hamon furnishing . Jim Harvey pauper William Patton furnishing Vlrgie Jessie pauper Flowers & Keen furnishing Big Janes pauper Wilmore & Moss furnishing TiliMia Koach and 'rea .jj Wooten pauper Mrs. Ermine Leach furnishing Mollie Absher pauper Acy Beliford furnishing Marcel lo Biliford pauper Bros, Barger furnishing goods to county Furkin and Beece furnishing Mallissie Firkin and Finis Corbin pauper Bussell & Co, goods furnished jail prisoners J. L. Blair released from paying poll tax. Bam Burdette lor brlpge lumber W. B. Burress for hauling pauper L.-- Same six months salary as jail physican Same attending health officers meeting Cortez Sanders delivering ballot boxes, waiting on court etc. Coomer & Page furnishing Nancy J. Beep and Betty Coomer paupers J. T. Neat lumber furnished county for bridge purposes Kentuckys Children Home Society Louisville Ky., a gift of J. H. Branham for 500 ft 77 75 52 00 4 50 100 00 4 00 lumber,nailsand repairing 9 50 Blair furnishing pau- v pers Louisa Powell, John Deoson L. C. Blair for blasting ma- terial ana road tools S. C Neat for recording deeds, preparing and delivering ballots serviDg road drill 13 00 Dr. L. C. Nell medical attention to pauers 19 50 Adair Co. News Printing C. H. Sandusky material furnished Co. 13 00 Young & Hutchison freight for hauling road machinery -26 00 Goff Bros. Livery 26 00 L. G. McClister moving road engine W.S.Baker road overseer 1918 52 00 O. C. Chapman, same Jack Parker, same 26 00 C G. Hamilton same G- - T. Kemp, same 26 00 B E. Pickett, same Allen Parson, same 13 98 E W. Parnell, same James B. Cook, same W. J Cundiff, same 52 00 L. L. Chapman, same Jessee Bryant, same 13 49 T. J. Perkins, same Frank Smith, same W. B. Moore, same W. S. Antle, same 2 15 W. C. Dixson, same Bob Pierce, same 200 H L. England, same Hermon Yarberry, same Ebb Mann,same 45 50 W. G. McKinley, same Y. E Hurt, same 3 20 B.J. Pendleton, same and nails J. T. Dudley, same C. E. Stotts, same L W. Sparks, same -- 48 50 157 90 40 09 24 67 4 00 50 80 3 00 4 25 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3.00 3 00 . 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 40 3 00 3 00 3-0- 0 orders etc. f I lame making a list of trans- , i. 89 93 C. U. Coomer, Ben(Coffey, same 300 - 3 00 H. O Sheltou, same 3 00 THE LATEST and BEST OPTICAL GOODS and SERVICE. Dock or Richard Bupe, same 3 00 Eyza Gride r, same 3 00 S. A. Atkins, same 6 00 We Specialize in Willie Tarter, same 3 00 Tom Murrell, same 6 00 H. T. Gibson, same and nails 3 30 H. C. Monday same nails and fixing bridge 7 00 ra Our Stocks are Teeming With Nolen Jones same, 8 9 00 m A. Y. Bodgers, same 1917-1- 8 6 00 W. O Hayes.same 1917 1918 6 00 J. R. Slaughter, same 3 00 Loy, same, 8 Cassius 6 00 J. P. Dickson, same 3 00 Ben Yarberry, same 3 00 W. S. Antle, same 3 00 fA Ed Hatcher, same 3 00 J. E. Karnes, same 3 00 m B. A. James, same 9 00 IF NOT SATISFACTORY, WE ARE HERE TO MAKE IT GOOD. W. K. Akin for blacksmith-in- g 1 40 out of 1918 road fund Howard Pickett nails furnished county 50 Goff Bros, for automobile hired 3 days for moving road engine (3 days $6 00 each) 18 00 Young one horse pipe Jack Mail Us Your Spectacle Repairs. We Will Put The Job Through And Return Them By ar. and truck to haul coal 15 25 EARLY MAIL. L. Akin for holding inquest over dead boby of Mrs. We Do Quite a PARCEL POST BUSINESS. Vallie Combs 6.00 T. C Davidson West Columbia precinct voting house 3 00 WILL SUPPLY AND GOODS IMMEDIATELY! H. J. Chilson East Columbia voting house 3 00 Junius Hancock South Columbia voting house 3 00 . Junius Holt Little Cake voting house 3 00 Wilson WhUe Oak votMark ing house 3 00 Bob Taylor GJenvHle voting house 3 00 John Young Harmony vot, . ing house 3 00 , - UKII y. r. n n.i r UOnuirey a nm. J. M. Shive Elrcy voting house 3 00 First, he directed that all his just V Strong Hill Gradyville votand a suitable monu-- j ing house 3 00 debts be paid P j ment erected to his memory. Cool Spring houseKeltner t He gave his daughter, Mrs. Cora ,' voting house 3 00 Caldwell, one thousand dollars, and to J. E. Tutt Milltown voting his daughter, Etta Caldwell, the same house 3 00 amount. To his daughter, uonie gar rison, seven hundred dollers worth of Jake Bault Cane Valley vot- land and three hundred dollars in house 3 00 money. He bequeath to his daughter. B. A. Cooley Egypty voting Ann Dohoney, the land and residence house 3 00 and all his household goods, this being N. T. Jones Pellyton voting the" home where he died, and a few house 3 00 acres of land known as the "Watkin's land. Bank of Columbia money All the rest of his property, real and paid by them for road work personal goes to his son, C. H. Dofor road inspector 2 155 69 honey, and daughter, Ann Dohoney. Germ mfg. Co. for Germ The two latter children were named as executors of his will. killer, sprayer etc. 31 27 Hi B. Simpson 6 mo salary Frank McFarland and Ben Smith, as poor house physician 35 00 who were soldiers, stationed at Camp G. E. Bedmon for furnishing Taylor, received their discharges last -pauper Sidney Dehart 13 50 week and returned home. McFarland resides near Cane Yalley and Smith at J. F, Patterson for blascing They report several thoupowder, dynamite etc 29 17 Milltown sand discharged the same time they Walker Bayant for lumber gf were. for shelves in Assessors office 3 00 Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, who was Walker Bryant lumber furnthe mother of Mrs. W. S. Chapman, ished county for bridges 33 41 of this place, was found dead in her bed last Tuesday morning. She J. M. Sparks exempt from near Milltown, Adair county, paying poll tax We are also prepared to do Upholstering, Top rr years old was seventy-aeveand W. I. Ingram for books, etc Repairing, Making New Curtains, Repair- furnished children 13 96 Mr. Finis Phelps has removed from ing, in fact, Anything Requiring ES the Clyde Crenshaw residence, on John Goodin for furnishing 13 00 Burkesviile street, to the residence Preache Burton pauper that was used some years ago as the John Goodin for furnishing 5" Baptist parsonage, on ,Greensburg GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. 13 00 street. Susan Coilders pauper John Goodin for furnishing ALL MACHINE WORK US 19 50 James Avery pauper Mr. Ab L Brockman, who lived at AND REPAIRING. ; Herman Vaughn for hauling Egypt, this county, died recently. years He would have been sixty-twwater wagon to Clements MACHINE He 9 00 old had he lived until January. ville W. L. was a brother of the late Noah Loy for 6 months sal I MAIN STREET Brockman. ary as superintendent 600 00 - - - KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, A. W. Tarter for dieting Xmas Goods prisoners waitingon cal) iuiuiuuiuiiiiuiiuiiiiuaiiuiiiiiiuiiiiaiiiuiiuiiiiiiaiaii courts keys for court At Dr. J. N. Page's Drug Store repairing jail house, Dolls, toys, children; books fine The town clock, for some reason, is Sam Burdette bought eleveii-ej- . 341 00 floor etc ' t mules last week, In MariorreosT. stationary, my usual line of Holi- being neglected. For the last month O. H. Morrison for pauper ty. They are from 2 io 6 yeftra-oladay display. . 23 00 claim Mose Dudley it has been strikisf wrong, and some he paid from 8125 to 820o perbe- 7-- 2t Dr. J. N. Page. J. M. Wolford fer automoof that time itwas' at a standstill. 10 00 bile hire county one thous The drillers, on Crocus, while op stOn account of rain J. W.Walk- The clock cost this W. G. Shepherd 5 day j. p. and it should have close ating for oil, have goae. through, .. er's sale was postponed until next and dollars, nine foot vein of coa- lContinued on pae 8.) Saturday, the 21st inst. 4 attention. 1917-191- 8 1917-1918 The REXALL And A. D. S. LINES. 1916-17-1- 3 CHRISTMAS GOODS and BARGAINS. 1917-191- HIGH CLASS JEWELRY of EYERT DESCRIPTION, and Each and Every Piece GUARANTEED to GIYE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION 1916-17-1- 8 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HIGH CLASS OPTICAL WORK. LET US KNOW YOUR WANTS, THE WE R-- Ly ampbe'llsville V HILL, Kentuck w 4K4& T. PRICE W. -- i SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE !M m&mmvm&s b INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES' smmmmmmmmnnirnim wmmmimmnmninimffK Don't Throw Your Old e Tires Away On Tubes. When They Can Be Made Good g As New. Vulcanizing Done B ' 'd n r sr 1 g SKILL and EXPERIENCE. FOR H SEE H 2. o I. KEARNS' SHOP rr s? i " TS ff. W"- ft V 4 : S ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A y m X EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING St ?,el Fence Posts DErlLER BROS. Incorporated iraBmuffifHHms&sm v WOODSON CO- T-- . LEWIS m 10 116 Caal MaiKei Street Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Farm Machinery and Farm Implements at From per cent to 20 per cent Under Present Values Louisville--- ' Incorporated Inn Hole We are Making a Big Drive in Dry Goods, Clothing and r $1.00 and Up Rooms Withou? Bath. $1.50 and Up Rooms With Shoes. 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best Pire Protection Known to Insurance Engineers. Louisville, 6tli & Main Streets. Kentucky. Ginghams at 30c, worth 37c. Ginghams at 28c, worth 35c. Calicoes at 21c, White Counterpanes at 23 values. Bed Blankets worth $7.00 for $4.50. worth 25c. Ctilam6ia flotor Freight Co., WeSHaul 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. Dress Goods and Clothing At Very Low Prices. We Carry the Largest Stock of Every Thing in SHOES Goods in This Green River Country. Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons. We solicit your business. Columbia Lotop Young & Hutchison, Freight We Want to More Than Double Our Sales This Fall. Co- - COLA77tfCBIK. KENTUCKY, guy as Cheap as You Can Save All the Money You Can The Louisville Trust CO, .o-'-V m Watch Our Ad Next Week M LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One lilllior Dollars. Acts as Executor. Administrator, Guardian, Asente Committee and Trustee, andean pual!" as such inlanx County in the State. Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits. A. G. STITH.'Sec JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. W m f G. R. REED FIRE AND LIFE "The Service Agency. - Greensburg, Ky. m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmMmm INSURANCE Columbia, LIVER Kentucky. DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAI Campbellsville ,l We Hotel Fred G. Jones & Co. INCORPORATED Mainland Depot Streets W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. cater especially to Commercial Traveler Sty 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Rdwr After a Few Doses of Black-Draug- ht Black-Draught" Electric Lights, Baths, andFree Sample Rooms. Brook t& A. Streets RATES S2.00 PER 3DAY. 3LOTJISVTCLE. KY. 1 : : Kentucky. Campbellsville, Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of Seventy years of successful viae Ee HIgginbotham, of this town, says: "At & my age, which is 65, the liver does made Thedford's standard, household remedy. Ever? not act so well as when young. A few member, of every family, at times FARMING LANDS years ago, my stomach "was all out of need the help that cas If youwant to sell your farm to th i best advantage, see our contract and list Six. I was constipated, my liver give in cleansing the system and r with us at once. If you want a farm or other real estate, let us figure with 'didn't act My digestion was bad, and lieving the troubles that come frost you and for you. Oil Laud Leases bought and sold. Abstracts furnished. St took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy livV C. G. Jeffries Realty Co., Columbia, Ky. petite was gone. I was very weak. . . etc. You cannot keep well unless, yous Jeffries Hotel. stomach, liver and bowels are In goofi I decided I would give th "hi.wyiHMBw iriff iwfrajb a thorough trial as I knew it yorking order. Keep them that way, ESnUEXBSmCVEE t. .was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, trouble. I began taking It I felt gently and In a natural way. If yoa .better after a tew doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take' a dose tonight improved and I $ecame gtronger. My Tou will feel fresh tomorrow. Fries tt els acted zmtarsllr and the least 23c a package One oeat a do lr Me was soon righted rtth 4J J. 6S I ma j ' ' !," 7 Black-Draught WHOLESALE Reel Estate Bought and Sold Doors, Windows, M J Black-Draug- ht ouldins f 9 Black-Draug- ht P ore C olumn. rway. HSg-- h - Black-Draugh- Grade Buildrng- Material Will Send Catalog on Request. I 'hm1 - Automobile Line. ,. a-- 7 (Fighthig ou toe BattlefieM,r of J ' -- rlANCrijiimt" &t A?MMARMY w5ar- y ' . j. f v JL J!i5r , " . -- 2J- ' ." . . iy!jfc i i im n o i ff bpsrateflljy W.- - E. JNog, rfe h eirptoye sfe ana reliable (f rivsr$. v i Cofcmbia Barker Sho - Jit hi? - J - LOV1 TXW$3 Transportation can be had at any Houriat&eastifeS&a rates. A Sanitary Shop, where . ioh tisfact.cn and . ,W. . $-- - , jddressr, Ky:-- v' r--- E. N&Bt Columbia, 1! .- " s j ICQPYRIgHT. 19ia J- - V.G.CHAVWAKte'l nosK veek -- ai - , i 1 . t To he 'coritin'u ':'. ' Gratification are Guaranteea. - JLJ Give us a Trial "and be onvinced.- i t ? .j I, VWt XT !. " '- ' '& "1 V -- ' " Tv y' THE AtJAIR COUNTY NEWS NELL & CHEATHAM v.' ' " V4 - sr . ' : '; :5i- - ." JKJI SaesT r THE BIG NEW STORE IN THE WALKER BUILDING X-MAS .iris GOODS, CANDIES AND TOYS ' Santa Claus Headquarters , , . We Have Everything, From Dolls. and Machine Guns to Tin Soldiers and Toy Dogs, Doll Furniture, Hobby Horses, Tea Sets, Wagons, Flexible Flyers, Drums, Liberty Toys, and Toddle Bikes. -3- rK9e : GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE We have moved our. entire stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries into our New Building and . have just received from the market several thousand dollars worth of New and Fresh Goods especially for the Xmas Trade. We are handling regularly, and in season, OYSTERS, FRESH FISH, and FRESH MEATS. FURNITURE, RUGS HND DRUGGETS Bed Room Sets of the Most Beautiful Woods and Designs Tables and Furniture. Springs and Mattresses, Chairs, Rockers, Kitchen and Dining Large and Beautiful Assortment of Rugs, Druggets, Carpets, Mattings and Linoleums. 'i r HARDWARE AND STOVES .. Our Stock of Hardware is all New and Complete, Including Stoves, Tinware and Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Ocr Grand Opening This Week Exhibits The Most Complete And Attractive Emporium For Xmas Shoppers Ever Seen In Columbia. i BrinS The Children When You Shop With Us.' Our Candies, Fruits and Toys will make them Glad. Cash Paid For EGGS, BUTTER, MEAT, LARD, DRIED BEANS, We Also Have A Good Brand Off Fertilizer Which We Are Selling Reasonable. . Don't Forget the Place The Walker Building, Next Door Above The Bank Of Columbia; 0 UNT A LSLr"A C C SID UEFlRST OF EACH MONTH. ! ,! SE L L & CHEATHA COLUMBIA Q. - K. E - N-T-- U CK ; y. ? . n -" -..-.- , 1" I -.1 . , ?&'&"'t: J . -i - ; I $$' ?T?: ..- -i - ... 1J", t. - W ii $, f - T ;,,: --- "v;'. , . r;- ifvvv - f . 'JUr-- v r. " . . ., - .- - r. I- "!ri;vBt;. V .. ? : f l- V f t. J 'm J&y--- . m W m SW 8 &'- r.$ : ' - THE ADAIR COUNTY NLWS && ' r ! is HATCHER-MITCHEL- L "HABERDASHERS" Campbellsville, Kentucky. CO SHOP EARLY $$ And GET s? & S3 the PICK of my BEAUTIFUL SELECTION of Men, when in Campbellsville, by all means don't forget to drop in and see our COMPLETE LINE of MEN'S GOODS. Our stock is COMPLETE from ceiling to floor in all the NEWEST STYLES and PATTERNS. You can't beat us in the Larger Cities when m CHRIS.TMAS PRESENTS o to LADIES WRIST WATCHES. Latestst Fancy in GOLD WATCHES for GENTLEMEN & it comes to GOOD MERCHANDISE. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN EVERY PURCHASE. TRY US AND BE LAVALIERS and SELECTED STYLES in RINGS and JEWELRY. CONVINCED m SILVERWARE An Elegant New Line of CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Engraved FREE of Charge. L. E. YOUNG, HATCHERflITCHELL CO., "QUAUTY SHOP" Campbellsville, W: H. Jeweler, Kentucky. Columbia, :JrlitaH?J iJjHfSo3?a Kentucky, Eich same John Brockman same A. C. Wheeler same 2 oo W. E. Leach same 3 44 G. L. Wolford same 3 20 S. C. 2 00 4 00 4 00 Neat 1 day service as fc: 'SZi ?ctw Court of Claims. (Continued from page 5.) .vflfo,' W. Tarter for furnishing wood to jail, etc., Aug. 7 W. E Leach service A". John Brockman election 450 00 C. of- ficer E. Eastridge for bridge lum 3 44 ber service 20 00 Lem Smythe election officer W. F. Allison election officer J. B. Coffey election officer C. C. Pickett eleotion officer "following is a list of Claims allowed W. E. Holladay election ofsszt Special Terms, of the Adair Fiscal ficer George Atkins election offitcaurt: .1918. icer S. M. Baker election officer . lAzs'SO, W. G. Pickett ser 8 4 00 George Cheatham election vice J. Peace! day ; Jo X. Conover service J. officer 4 00 J. B. Keltner election officer Peacel day fij.Akin service J. 'Peace 1 Ben Coffey election officer 4 00 Mannie Kemp election officer ssy service J. fr.fj. 'Wolford AlvinBodgers election off4 00 Eeacel day icer jW. S3. Leach service J. Peace George M. Bodgers election -- 2o 00 same 20 00 same ' G.TL Wolford, 20 00 f1i. Akin, same 20 00 same iS'.iH. Bryant, 20 00 'W Xjr. Pickett, same 2.-"Neat as clerk of court 20 00 .5 days ) '. State of Kentueky fc ) ol County of Adair ,1, S. C Neat, Clerk of the County tlie County and State afore- caid, ceitify that the above is a true ;scmi correct copy of the Claims allowed i.il toe last regular October term, of the Adair Fiscal Court, 1918. Given -- ander my hand as Clerk of the Adair e3 Jnty Court this December 4th, 1918. S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. W&. Leach, day W. G. Shepherd service J. P. 1 day JoN. Conover service J. P. 1 day L. Akin service J. P. 1 day G. L. Wolford service J. P." 1 J. P. E. Huberts election ficer 9 00 of- 400 4 00 Peter Cheatham furnishing 2 00 Cal Taylor pauper John Corneal election ficer G. W, Parson election 4 00 ficer 5 00 82 62 of- of- lday F. H. Bryant service J. P. 1 day S. C. Neat service as clerk 1 day Bob Logan election officer Robert Pennycuff election officer Tom Humphress election ficer 4 00 J. T. Bennett election ficer 4 00 4 00 4 00 of- of- Tom Humphress for bridge lumber for Co. Nell & Son Brooms for court 3 44 house S. C Merrett bridge lum3 20 ber J. N. Coffey, serving elec 2 00 2 00 200 7 50 Harvey Lewis same Emmitt Goode same Robert Quinn same M. Cave same Eugene Rice same L. W. Dudgeon same J. M. Hancock same W. A. Humphress same W. P. Dillingham same E. A, Cooley same G. D. Bryant same Ray Conover same J. W. Walker same J. Hancock same J. L. Johnson same Noah Loy salary school 2 00 3 20 2 48 2 00 2 00 2 48 2 56 2 00 2 00 Clerk 4 oo State of Kentucky ) t5Ct County of Adair f I, S. C. Neat, Clerk of the .County Court for the County and State aforesaid certify that the above is a true and correct report of the Claims allowed at Special Terms of tbe Adair Fiscal Court to Dec. 3rd 1918. Given under my hand this December 7th, 1918. 2 56 2 00 . S. C. Neat, Clerk A. C. C. Markets. 2 00 200 2 00 100 00 83 33 100 00 91 75 Clyde Monday election ficer of- com W. B. 2 00 com 3 20 Supt 4 00. W. 2 00 6 00 6100 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 83 34 183 50 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00-- 2 Patteson serving elec A. Coffey salary Co Atty Noah Loy salary school Supt W. S. Sinclair Dolphus Murray officer A. Hovious election officer 2 00 T. I. Smith election officer L. Dudgeon election officer 2 00 Clarence Page election officer 2 00 2 00 2 00 -- Cortez Sanders serving elec com salary Co furnish12 00 26 25 2 48 2 00 2 00 Judge Louisville, Dec. 11. Cattle Prime export steers S15.0016.;heavy ahip-in- g 14.15.00;light SU 50;helfers $7. 10.50;fat cows $7 509.00;medium $5.50 .7.; cutters ?5.005.50; canners S4.755, bulls 878.50; feeders $811:50; stackers 86 to $9.50 choice milch cows M00130; medium $6095; common elecetion E. P. Hancock election ficer of- 2 48 of- Lambert Sanders election ficer 2 00 L. G. Wetherford officer 2 00 2 00 2 56 election 2 00 2 00 of- Eb Foster election officer Tom Murrell election 2 80 ficer 2 00 T. A. Holladay election ficer 2 CO Elzy Young serving elec com W. E. Leach 1 day J P W. G. Pickett 1 day J P W. G. Shepher 1 day J P G. L. Wolford 1 day J P L Akin l day J Peace F. H. Bryant 1 day J P S. C. Neat 1 day service .as clerk W. A. Coffey salary County Pickett & Howard Atty 2 56 W. S. of- 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 83 34 4 00 4 00 4 00 2 80 3 12 2 00 2 00 Jim Beard election officer Ernest Flowers election officer J. C Strange election officer W. A. Coffey salary Co Atty day . riday W.-. 4 00 F. H. Bryant service J. P. 1 officer Shepherd service J. service J. -- Tom Dowell election officer vPsase 1 day $32. .&. Bcyant .'.Peace 1 day 400 Charlie Sparks election 4 00 3 12 W. G. Shepherd 2 64 day J. P. service 1 200 Elmer Keen election officer Will Baker election officer F. D. Firkin election officer Sanford Hurt election officer Marvin Traylor election officer J. W. Scott election officer L. M. Mclntire election officer ' G. L. Wolford service 1 day ;tSiC:Neat service Clerk 1 xlsy 3 00 ser- - 2 00 W. 2 64 2 96 JP E. Leach service 1 day JP ' 4 00 4 00 4 00 275 00 W.G. Tickett vice J. P. 1 day 17, T?W. G. 4 00 200 2 00 2 96 Shepherd service vJ. JP.xiday G. L. Wolford service J. P. 400 400 4 00 lday Tj. Akin service J. P. 1 day .Jo N. Conover service J. P. John Darnell election officer 4 Owen McCHster Zens Hamon election officer J. S. Helm election officer 4 00 John Jones election officer 4o0 Geo. Helm election officer Bob Taylor election officer 4 00 Jo F. Montgomery election 00 264 200 2 00 2 64 2 64 "iflay "FH. ay Bryant service J. P. 1 S. C. Neat service as clerk W. 200 2 00 2 64 2 64 2 00 2 00 lday E Leach ser-- .vise SW--G- J. P. 1 day Shepherd service J. r. officer 4 00 v ?.lday It. Shepherd service J. ?& ,.;lday vL Akin service J. P. 1 day Jo ST. Conover service J. P. JLday qr.-5- 400 4 00 4 00 4 go -- . Pickett service J. P. 3. day -- Tandy Campbell election officer Virgil Hurt election officer JinrConover election officer Ed L. Grant election officer S. A. Winfrey election of-fleer "" weioy wiinams election of ficer 2 ' 64 2 96 2 00 i5.C. .Neat service as clerk T. 200 L. Akin service 1 day J P S C. Neat service 1 day as Clerk W. S. Sinclair salary Judge The following road overseer Ealph Bryant road overseer ank nails Oliver Barnett road overseer H. A. Huff same W. A. Sapp same W. D. Carroll same Millard Eastridge same Grant Stayton same ' Arthur Eoyse same Tim Allison same E. P. Johnson same D. s. Knifiey same S. C. Merrett same Jake Helm same J. C. Browniner sama 1917 and 1918 Luther Chapman same C. W. Young same Luther Denson same M. E. Grider game H. T.Blalr same 3 40 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 300 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 600 0 3 00 -- 300 3 00 00 day nm. A. Coffey salary . r - 4 00 Cassius Breeding election .3 -- 166 67 J. G. Eubank attention to Court house clock" - 10, 80 ' j Sinclair salary County Judge T. R. Stults election officer J. A. Willis same T, C. Davidson same H. T. Walker same Tilden Wilcbxson same James R. Wilson same J. B. Coffey same Geo. Coffey same C. C. Hindman same James Shirley same Charlie Tarter same Joe Johnson same Simon Rodgers same W. P. Prica same J. A. Vire same Claud W. Keltner same W. S. Baker same D. C. Wheeler same Hayden Keltner same C. E. Keen same Finis Strange same G. D. Firkin same Fred Simpson same M. T. Gabbart same T. B. McCHster same A. W. Turner same J. W, Burbrldge same G. A. Harveysame H. K. Taylor same Z. T. Taylor same ' J. O. Miller same Rippeto same L. A. Bi T. Brockman sarnie S. McKlnley same Hiiam Conover same Henry Eoyse same Nathan Goodin same C. E. Williams same B.T. Evans same J. C. Holt same Wallace Goods same . W. Corneal same , - f. 00 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 00 200 2 80 3 12 2 00 200 3 12 ing pauper Bert Epperson furnishing Cook Jones and family J. A. Riall furnishing paupers Ed Hancock flooring lumber for Milltown Bridge Jasper Doss bridge lumber C. P. Bell for property listed twice James England for bridge lumber Evan Akin road oversee 1918 J. T Rose same G. B. Cheatham same . H. L. Bennett same H. H. Cundiff same F. D. Firkin same Ciyde Patteson same M. V. Collins same J. H. Breeding same Willie Burton same and bridge lumber M. E. Grider road overseer bridge lumber and nails T. M. Collins road overseer C. G. Eodger same and lum- 84060. Receipts 63 head. The marBest veals $1616.50 medium 1116. 00c; common 7llc. 79 50 Hogs Receipts 11,020 head. No Quotations. Calves ket unchanged. 565 50 15 00 0 Sheep and Lambs-Receip79 head no changes were noted in prices; beat sheep 86.50 7.00,bucks 86.00down;best lanbs 81313i; seconds S9(a9.50 Culls, ts, 2 55 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 candled 54c to 56c at Butter Country 3436c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count not sold Start and Finish. and fourteen 3 00 days. It ended November 11, 1918. It lasted four- years three - The war began July 28, 1914. months days, or exactly 1,567 4 26 5 00 3 00 3 80 When they entered the war. Austria July 28, 1914. Germany August 1, 1914. Turkey November 23, 1914. Bulgaria October 14, 1915. When they got out. Bulgaria September 29, 1918. Turkey October 30, 1918. Austria November 3, 1918. Germany November 11, 1918. Lame back may come from over work, cold settled in the muscles of the back, or from disease. In the two former cases the right remedy is 'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should be rubber In thoroughly over the effected part, the relief will be prompt and satisfactory. SoldbyPaull Drug Co. Columbia, Ky. BAL-LARL- ber John Brockman road seer over- 264 2 00 a oo handles H. C. Bennett road overseer 2 '96 J. E. Bailey same 200 L. H. Feese same 200 L. L. Bennett same 1917, 2 64 2 96 2 66 1918 1918 200 J. W. Moore same and pick 3 60 300 3 00 3 00 6 00 3 00 . James Earles same 200 D. U. Eiall same 2 00 G. M. Eice same 2 64 A. E. Cooley for Bribge lum ber 2 64 2 00 Eed Cross for waiting on pa2 00 tients with Influenza 2 64 J. P. Millar & Son furnish2 64 3.00 3 00 18 00 Farm for Sale. 35 00 104 25 149 02 200 200 2 64 2 96 200 -- 2 00 296 4 34 ing paupers A. W. Tarter for building barn on Jail lot G. B. Cheatham 1 day service J P W. G. Shepherd .1 day service PP F. H. Bryant 1 day tservice JSP 175 acres good e land. Well watered, 8 room dwelling. All necessary out buildings, 1 mile from Cane Valley on Camo- bellsville pike. Easy terms. A. R. Feese. lime-ston6-- tf Last Call. 2 00 L. Akin 1 day service JP' - Our business must be closed by Jan. 15th. If you owe us a note or account, settlement must 4 00 be made by that time, or the same will be put in the hands of an at 4 00 torney for collection. ,400 RusselJ&Co. 4 00 - r w