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The ing School For The Time Being. Lindsey-Wilso- n Train- SERIOUS BLOW TO COLUMBIA. Last Monday week influenza made its appearance in the Lindsey-Wilso- n School and by Tuesday afternoon there were fifteen cases, ten in the Boy's Dormitory and five in the Girl's. The principal, Eev. B. V. Bennett, closed the school and the teachers have gone to their respective homes. Bev. Bennett and a number of nurses remained with the patients. The Graded school was also closed early in the week. This is Wednesday morning and it is reported that there are nineteen cases in the two dormitories, and there are twenty or thirty cases scattered over town. There are ten cases in Mr. S. C. Neat's family. Miss Katie Murrell, Mrs. J. C. Strange and daughter, Miss Frances, and children of Mr. D. E. Phelps are virtims on Burkesville street. Mrs. E. B. Barger was taken Tuesday night and Mr. Noel and Foster Pickett, sons of Mr, J. Z. Pipkett, and Louie Feese, a son of Mr. E. L. Feese, and a son of Mr. Geo. McMa-haFred Davis and Miss Mollie Caldwell have recovered Evidently there are many other cases in town and in the suburbs whose names have not been reported, though we are told there are a number of cases in the Mill District, but in the corporate limits of the town. Since writing the above, Misses Agnes and Margaret Hines have become afflicted, also Carl Smith, grandson of Mr. G. B. Smith, several children of Superintendent Noah Loy. It is also stated that the disease has entered the home cf Mr, W. L. Frankum. There are also many cases throughout the county. Friday morning, Columbus Pickett, Fred Myers, Marvin Sinclair and several cases at the home of F. H.Dur-ham- . G. B. Beed made a trip last week to Cecil Kessler Kills His Playmate, St. Louis on business connected with Dennis Wilcoxson, at Greens-bur- g the floating of the "victory" Bond in a Crowded House. issue which will be in April. The Secretary of the Treasury has anOn Saturday night Jan. 11th, one nounced that this issue will be six billion and that it will be done in the of the saddest killings known to the, usual popular way instead of thru the people of Green county, occurred at banks as was first announced. Mr. Greensburg. It was at the moving picture show Beed served with distinguished as District manager for the 4th in that town. In the audience was Liberty Loan and will manage this Dennis Wilcoxson, a sixteen year old district in the 5th which is named son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wilcoxson, who was quietly seated, awaiting victory Loan. the opening. His playmate, Cecil Kessler, came in and took a seat on Death of a Little Boy. Dennis1 knee Unfortunately, he had an automatic revolver in his pocket Samuel Clifton, ten year old son of which he drew and placed it against Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Vaughan, who Dennis' abdomen. It fired, the ball live near Columbia, died Monday afpassing through his intestines He ternoon of last week. He was afflictSunday afternoon. The lived until ed with meningitis, and was sick two unfortunate affair cast a gloom over weeks. The funeral was preached at all Greensburg, and hundreds called at the home Tuesday afternoon by Eld. the Wilcoxson home. F. J. Barger, a number of sympathizing friends being present. The interB. W. Penick Succumbs. ment was in the city cemetery. The parents are almost heartbroken, as The best known and most prominent they buried another son, about grown, citizen of Green county, died at his last October. The blow is certainly home in Greensburg fast Friday, in hard to bear, but God can heal the his seventy-eightyear. He was a wounds, hence all sorrows should be learned lawyer and for many years taken to Him, as He is the only com- was clerk of the courts of Green counforter in such sore trials. ty. He was also the cashier of The affl-eienc- y Burton, who bought the saw and planing mill at Bryant & Burton's Prominont Young People Joined sale, ten days ago for 83,000, sold it In WedlocK. last Wednesday to Sandusky & Young. We did not learn the consideration, The home of Mr. George W. Brock-ma- n but we are told that Mr. Burton made on Saturday, Jan. 18, was the a profit. The mill will continue to scene of .a happy culmination of a run at same place, near Myers & long courtship. The parties particiBarger's rolling mill. pating in the beautiful wedding were Miss May Brockman, the beautiful Married. and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brockman, and Mr. Fred Mr. Garvin Vester Bell and Miss Simpson, son of Dr. G. T. Simpson, of Zilla May Mann, were united in marBreeding. The Brockman home at riage at the .Presbyterian Manse of Amandaville was beautifully decoratthis city, by the Bev. "B. T. Watson, ed and the ceremony was performed Jan. 24th 1919. by Eld. B. T. Hickerson, of BurkesThey were accompanied by Mr. S ville, The happy young couple reW. Wilson and Mr. Eb Bell. ceived the congratulations of their The bridegroom is a farmer near many friends. They will make their Bliss, where they will reside home at Breeding. For Sale. FOR SALE. Ida Boyse, who was the wife at her late home, Breeding, last Sunday morning. . She was about thirty years old, a sister of County School Superintendent Noah Loy, and a lady who stood high in social and religious affairs. She had of Yenus Royse, died been sick for several weeks, but the immediate cause of her death was a stroke of paralysis. A great many relatives and friends attended the last sad rites. Sam Lewis Loses to Thieves. I Extra good sow and nine pigs. Henry L. Conover, Joppa, Ky. 14-- lt Monday, February 3rd. Last Sunday night the produce house of Mr. Sam Lewis was entered by thieves and fully one hundred and fifty dollars worth of fur stolen, The thieves got in the basement than, made their way to a trap door, in the main room, where the fur was stored. They carried off skunk, mink and for pelts. The work was evidently done by persons who know the value of fur, as they took the best. Keep a look out. Notice. flf. years. ' His life was full of honor, and doing business. no man who has died in Green "county Don't Forget. Eld. Kirby Smith and wife, (nee in recent years brought more proMiss Sallie Williams,) of this place, found sorrow. He was prominent in Thursday, Jan. 30. D. M. Moore's arrived in Columbia last Wednesday the affairs of the Baptist Church and big sale at Garlin. night. After remaining here several will be greatly missed in Eeligious t days, they left for Cave City, Eld. He leaves a large estate. It is known that Adair county will Smith having accepted a call to preach Public Sale. have a Democratic candidate to repfor the Church in that place. He is a resent Adair, Barren and Metcalfe in minister who stands high wherever On Thursday, February 13, 1919, I the next Senate. It is Adair's time known, and we take pleasure in commending him and his excellent wife to will dispose to the. highest bidder at and the candidate will let himself be my residence in Columbia, Ky., the known in a very short time. A man the Christiana people of Cave City. who can carry the strength of his parfollowing: Went Under The Knife. One Jersey cow, as good as the best. ty, and then some, will be before the One Jersey heifer. Will be fresh people. Mr. Mont Cravens, who went to March 1st. It looks like the flu will remain with Louisville several weeks ago, to conOne Jersey calf, five fat hogs. us during the winter. While there sult a surgeon, submitted to an operaFarming tools, consisting of plows, tion last Thursday morning at 9 Harrows, mowing machine, one buggy have been no deaths in Columbia, the It is estimated that there are seven- o'clock. A telegram to Mr. Edwin and harness. cases are more numerous than at any ty cases in the town and in its suburbs. Cravens time since the disease struck stated that his father stood Household and Kitchen Furniture, other The patients in the Lindsey-Wilso- n town. The ban is again on and the the operation finely, and that it was various kinds, and in good order. dormitories where the desease first a success. there is no way of telling when it will Mr. Cravens will remain Terms of sale will be made known made its appearance, are reported in the infirmary several weeks before on day of sale, which will begin at 9 be lifted, evidently not soon. better. returning home. The prospects of a. vu on day mentioned. Eaymond Marcum, of Esto, Bussell him returning to health will be gladly B. F. Chewning, For Sale. county, who has been overseas and received by all Columbia. 14-. Columbia, Ky. was three times wounded, was here cir-cle- s. 14-l2t Goes to Cave City. Finis Bosenbaum, who has been with the V. M. Gowdy wholesale house here for several years, has resigned, and ' has accepted a position with Buchanan Lyon Co. This firm will open a wholesale stock of goods next Monday, and Mr. Bosenbaum is to be the manager. Good firm, good salesmen, what is to hinder it from Peoples Bank of Greensburg for many h Contents of 4 room house, consisting of Oak bed room suit, brus-secarpet, 3 stoves, kitchen cabinet, and all household and kitchen furniture. This furniture will be sold on the Public square at 1 o'clock. None of this furniture will be sold privately and all will be put up to the highest bidder on that date. Wm. S. Feese. ls We have closed out our planing mill and all parties indebted to us are requested to settle once. I4-t- f Bryant & Burton. at Sixty acres of nice level land 3 miles from Columbia on new Stanford Pike. Two cottage houses and several nice building lots located near the center of the town, of Columbia very desirFive most desirable able locations. Fair Ground lots, also one nice large lot adjoining Bryant & Burton Plaining mill Property. Walker Bryant, 10-t-f Columbia, Ky. A Rare Relic. Large Purchase of Mules. Mr. S. M. Burdette, the prominent local mule dealer, was in Marion and last Wednesday, en route to her home Here he was met by his sister, Miss Beulah Marcum. Mr. Marcum relates many interesting war stories. Mr. Ben F. Chewning, of this place, was a soldier in the Union army during the civil war. It will be remem- What a business Columbia would have done this year if she had put up a loose leaf house last year? Several million pounds of tobacco would have evidently been sold here. The proceeds would have filled all the banks in the. county, and the merchants Charles B. Winfrey, of Esto, Eussell would have done an immense business. county, who was reported killed in As soon as springs opens steps should be taken to erect the buildings, in or- France, is alive and well. He was reported killed September 29. A letter der to be ready for the 1919 crop. from him to his brother, L. C. Win-treHere is a record for Columbia. Only who lives in Campbeilsville, and two persons have been killed in this dated December 25, states that he is place, in difficulties, since the close of well and feeling in fine spirits Faythe civil war, Cy Watkins and Paul ette Knight was also reported killed Crenshaw. Since the town was incor- but In this letter of Charles B. Winporated, more than 115 years ago, not frey to his brother,he states that he is exceeding eight persons have been well and is with him. killed In private encounters. y, bered by the older citizens, that the bread furnished the soldiers was what is denominated "hardtack," a cracker made of flour and water. Many soldiers tjot very tired of this bread, and Mr. Chewning concluded he would save a cracker and bring it home, which he did. He exhibited it at the News office last Friday and it is a curiosity. It looks very much like honey comb. He drew it in his rations at Munfordville, Ky., in 1862 or 3. Washington counties last week buying mules for the spring trade. Mr. Burdette succeeded adding 'to the stock in his barn some 27 head of as fine work mules as have been brought to this market in many years. These mules range from 2 to 6 years old and are all of good size, running from 15 to 16 hands in heighth. Mr. Burdette paid for his purchase on this trip from 8135 to 8265 per head. Bertha Martin, who lived in the Egypt community, died last Monday night She was a daughter of the late John Martin. Eld. Z. T. Williams was called and preached the funeral discourse. There were quite a number of relatives and friends present. Miss J. V. Willis, of the Tabor neighborFrank Sanders, father of sheriff hood, sold last week to Frank Toliver Cortez Sanders, was in Columbia last a mare mule for 8300. The mule Thursday, the first time in six weighed 1200 lbs. months. He got kicked by a horse which detained him at home. J. A. Young sold sixty-fivhead of cattle at Stanford 'Court. He got The first unit of the 84th division from $8 00 to 810.60 per hundred. arrived at Camp Taylor last Tuesday. In the list there are only one Adair C. S. Harris bought of J. T. Goodcounty man Lemon Bogers Keltner. man, Jast Thursday, a pair of work More units are on their way. mules for $390. Mr. e Eld. Z. T. Williams has entered up-o- n his twentieth year as the pastor of the Christian Church, this place, having been called last week. There are Good Rigs. but few ministers who can claim such along record as pastor of one particuWe have first-clasrigs, double lar Church. teams, with which we convey the Don't Forget. traveling public. Our horses are in first-clas-s condition, and move over Thursday, Jan. 30. D. M. Moore's the road. Charges reasonable. Call big sale at Garlin. on us. 14-Hill & Casey Jones, Frank Toliver, of Lebanon, Tenn.. t Columbia, Ky. was here several days of last week. J. B. Coffey while at present as- He bought fifteen head of mules for sisting S. M. Burdette in his mule which he paid from 8115 to 8300 per sales business, is contemplating rais- head. ing a large crop of Burley tobacco, judging from the preparations that The band is again on in Columbia. making for burning plant beds. The Graded school was closed last he is Wednesday, the Lindsey: Wilson closof Mr. Nim A daughter-in-laing the Monday before. Boach, Toria, this county, died last Friday. She had been sick for some We call attention of farmers to the time. advertisement of S. M. Burdette, in this paper, of fine work mules for sale. J. P. Farris & Bros., of Coburg, sold All the boys who' vere .in the 84th on the. Campbeilsville Loose Leaf Tobacco throughout the State is Get my prices on field seed. I hanwill soon dle the Gold Medal. market H aores of Burley tobacco for bringing better prices than it did last division and not transferred, : . i 8895.43. year. Our local buyers are busy. be at home'. J. F.Neat. s lt 14-2- w Why take your tobacco away when a home market brings you such prices: as you see in the ad in this paper, of the Farmers Tobacco warehouse Co., Note the averages and prices paid at Campbeilsville? We have heard of recently on tne floors of the Greens- nothing that beats it. burg Tobacco warehouse. Eighty-fiv- e and 90 cents per lb., are record prices. Public Sale. See their splendid ad in this issue of I will sell at my place, Highland. the News. View Stock Farm, Lebanon, Ky., Monument. Tuesday, Feb., 4, 1919, 10 a. m., auctioneer Capt. T. D. English, Danville, Ky., 16 head work mules, several head Mr, Geo. A. Smith, of this place.has lange work horses, 1 pair will make accepted the agency for the Lebanon handsome hearse team; 1 fine trotting Marbel works, and will be pleased to bred stallion; 1 extra fine large saddle call on families who may need monuand harness horse, safe for lady to ments or head stones. Mr. Smith is ride or drive; registered Duroc brood known to be a man who will not missows and gilts; yearling Hereford represent work, and his prices are very heifers; milch cows; 2 horse wagon. reasonable. The work from the Lebabed; Frazier road cart and buggy,, non Marbel Works has at all times and hay and straw. given satisfaction here and elsewhere, baled John B. Wathen, the proprietor Mr. Sims, being well Lebanon, Ky. known in the county. Photographs Mr. Osley Bitchey, of Burkesville, of monuments and stones will be exby Mr. Smith. brother of Mrs. John Lee Walker,this hibited place who went to Koswell, N. Al., for his health some months ago, has James Murray Dead. not been doing well for several weeks and letters from his bedside indicate n that he can not live but a short time. Mr. Jas. Murray, brother of Mr. Murray, who has been in very He is a fine young man, one who has poor health for a number of years, many friends in his home town, who died at the Murray home Monday af- for awhile had hopes of his recovery. ternoon at 4 o'clock. He was fifty- - He is also known to many Columbians. nine years old. During his jmany years of illness he was kindly cared Big Bargain in Farm. for by his brothers. He was buried on the home place Tuesday afternoon, 300 acres situated twelve miles from. many relatives and friends being New Albany, two miles from thriving: present. town. S100.00 per acre includes cropr stock and implements. Every kind of Mr, J. B. Keltner, of Grady ville, en- farm tool imaginable, new Case Traccloses us a check for one dollar and tor, costing $1,400.00; six horse power cannot do with- gasoline engine; wood sawing outfit on fifty cents, saying, out The News." We are glad that truck; everything necessary to operwe are pleasing Mr. Keltner, and hope ate a farm. 60 tons of hay in barn; many more friends will follow his ex 25 tons of bailed straw; 250 bu. corn ample. 125 bu. oats; 2 registered hogs; 23 head dairy cattle; 5 fine horses; 200 chick"Fatty" Collins, who is known to a of ens; dairy barn 110x30, with two L's great many people in Adair county, 30x60; cistern and pump in barn; sir came in last week on a ten day's furroom house: every field watered; ground lough. He brought his smile with is slightly rolling; 5 room cottage; him, and his happy laugh can be barn; new three room cottage; barn heard far and near. built last year; good fencing; fine orchard; 25 acres in wheat; 80 acres in Tobacco Seed. clover; 26 acres new ground jready for Pure Burljy Seed, both Bed and tobacco; fine poultry house, school . White, of the best varieties known. house on farm. Immediate possession. Adair County News. G. L. Russell, 336 Vlncennes St;, New Albany, Ind. The following marriage licenses Both Phones. were issued from the Adair County clerk's office last Wednesday: Garvin Born, to the wife of W. T. Price, on Bell and Miss Zella M. Mann; Burel Jan. 28th, a daughter. Mother and V. baby doing well. Bryant and Miss Myrtie McGaha, 13-2- C 13-2- t. Al-bi- 'I ' A AI R COUNTY NEWS IP'lilSn Spirella Corsets. U 2KM8Stim M Lr xlv-371 jfut AalArl J NOT SOLD IN STORES Served to individual Designed on correct body lines. needs, by trained CORSETIERS. Guaranteed Not to Rusi or Break 13 being transferred to the 78th Division. When I arrived at Camp Taylor I was placed with a Depot Brigade from the 19th of Sept. to the 1st of Oct., when I was transferred to Hqs. Co., 336th Inf., 84th Division and I have been fortunate enough to remain with the same Company and trust I will be lucky enough to be with this company when return to the States which I trust will be at the earliest possible time, as I am sure we are all anxious to be home, judging the other boys by myself The people over here-arvery hospitable, but this French language e S. C, for 7 months has been dis- charged. Mr. Squire Hopper returned home last week after an extended visit in Hardin Count. Eli Burton of Burnside has moved to our town. Carl Rexroat and wife are visiting relatives at Campbellsville. Uncle Levi Butcher of Eli spent a few days of last week. He is 89 years of age and yet able to walk a distance of 2 miles. Mrs. Elizabeth Damron who has arrived to the age of 87 years is very low at this writing. RixMencePhcne 13, B Business oe It OR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries BTd'g lip 5fc Front itans. wolumbia, - Kentucky 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. Giva me a Call. J. Dr C. YATES Women everywhere readily realize exactly alike. that not two figures are proportioned The unusual advantage of Spirella Service we believe will be of interest Rugby. doesn't suit me. I would rather be where I will understand the subject if I don't understand Mr. Alvin Fudgs and Miss nothing more. So trusting to be Emma Jessee were married last Elam Harris Residence 13-Second Floor K to you. mare a NECESSITY. iRll K The people are just waking up to knowledge that SPIRELLA CORSETS iAs an Authorized Corsetiere in your com- - lean furnish you SPIRELLA Bust Forms, A IMrinlftT T TT..II Vvrt 111 Sanitary Skirt Protectors, Corset Laces in bpirella Corsets concnbute to your HigALin, Elastic, Glazed Linen, Mercerized Laces, All COMFORT, STYLE and SATISFCTION. Colors, Silk Laces, All Colors. ,klrirrtW nhnnr jruu uuw Blouse Extenders, Brassiers, Sanitary Belts, uc picaacu tu ouuw TTrtt. VlrtTYT 4- - with the Adair people in the near or nearest future possible, will close with best wishes to the News and it3 many readers. Pvt Vertis Grant, Hqs. Ca, 336th Inf American E. F. A. P. 0. 916, France. From France. Wednesday. Miss Jessee was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jessee, of Toria and was a christian girl, liked by all. Mr. Fudge was honorably discharged from the army a few days ago, an accomplished gentleman. Bro.-Vanc- OFFICE lfrl. OFFICE: Cor. Alain and Depot Sts OrVIF.BELIJSVXLXE. ICY. Localand General Ane3thetiC3. Administer ) HENRY W. DEPP, Let Me have Your Spring Order Columbia, ow- - Mrs. George E. Wilson, Kentucky, g wrnvmsmss , pecially dark but the prospects ing to let you know I am well, and I want you all to meet me is of it doing a little better later and I hope you are all well. We there where we will not have to on. are fixing to go somewhere soon. have sad partings. So let these Pierce of Jeff ersonville, i. Mr. Dock Jones and Miss SaThink we will leave in two or thoughts cheer you up and help Jf ad., visited his' home people a rah Sparks were married last three days, but I don't know you to bear your trials for that Ew weeks ago. Wednesday. Miss Sparks is the where we will go. It has been is what help3 me as I have to Basil Bennett is at home from sister of Mr. Wes Sparks, of this the talk that we were going to live away from loved ones and H'ldiana. place and is loved by all of her S. C, and I am pretty sure that home that is dear you know to R. T. has about friends. Mr. Janes is a prosperwas the orders some time ago, me. Ben Banks and Fred Humph- his- new residence. ous farmer near Toria, and this out orders can De changed very ress left Sunday night. Willie Burkes-il!is his third venture upon the sea H.'K. Alexander of quickly, so I don't know but Mac Collins is also gone. I guess traveling salesman for what they have been changed. they are on the waters someof matrimony. iLoui9ville grocery company, was Some of the boys think now that where. I don't guess I will get Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bragg, of with us last week. we are going across the waters, to see many more of the home Barren county, have moved to Mont-fpe- li but I think we are go boys coming through here. I fixing to R. Bell was called to Mr. Bob Simpson's here. Glad have seen lots of them since I r last Wednesday to see his to S. C, though I am not worryto have them with us. ibrother, Kelley Bell, who has the ing over where we are going, have been here and it did me so Mr. Crit Janes and family for I know what is to be will much good to meet with them. have moved from here to Dirigo. G. G. Morrison bought of J. A. come to us, and I know there Well, I shall close for this time. Hated for them to leave us, but "Darnell one six year old mare will not be more put on me than I will write to brother Alvin tocan recommend them to any 1 can bear, though I may meet night. You all write and tell or $125. neighborhood. with many hardships. I know me about all the folks back there. tDarnell Bros, have about got Frank Dillon entered High Give my love to all who may ask tthelr saw and plaining mill that there are many boys undergoing School at Columbia last Monday. of me. I am as ever your lovburned some time back, ready hardships now, but I have not Sam Simpson, Mr3. Frank had a hard time in this war, but ing son, for business. Stotts and your scribe were in Walter E. Humphress. don't know what I may have to R. W. Hurt was called to Columbia last Monday to have undergo yet. I read of lots of TMontpelier last Thursday on ac some dental work done. From France. deaths in this war, afar away count of the death of his brother home and friends. Now you Misses Vina, Vila, Ophelia jL. P. flurfc, who died suddenly. from Reece and Parvin R'eece have all know I would love to come Adair County News: Oliie Bennett and Miss Nora home, but we can bear what Dear Editor: started to school at Columbia. tSmith were married at T. J. God has for us to undergo. I Your scribes' school is out at Will attempt to write a few 'Campbell last Sunday. feel like you all would be as Indepeddence. Only taught Font Hill. L. T. Bradshaw bought of J. proud to have me come home as lines to your paper which I rethree months and two days but .A. Darnell one ford runabout any mother and father on earth ceive and enjoy reading very we had a fine school. My avermuch, especially while overseas. carfor $360. Influenza has made its appear- age for the term was 60 per cent. could be to have their boy come This leaves me in good health exRamon Moran bought of Mont home. Now I am trusting the ance here and a number are attendance. That is a fine neighcept a bad cold. Have been very 'St. Darnell one buggy for $110. comfined at this time. Lord, and I want you all to do borhood to teach in. fortunate so far not to get the W. N. Emerson bought a nice Mr. Wallace Bennett of new the same. I know I will not die Our soldier boys are coming flu and I trust I shall "escape in my time comes and God Jersey, was in Christmas on a until cow of J. S. Stephens for $80. home fast now. We are certain the future as it seems to kill knows what is best. So be recten day furlough. Mrs. Margaret Smith visited ly glad to welcome them back most all it strikes. We sailed Mr. B. G. and R. 0. Taylor onciled for his will to be done. from New York for each one has been fighting the 9th of Sept. relatives at Liberty last weeK. If I must die away from you all and arrived at Glasgow, rafter a four months stay here, Mr. Leslie Bryant of Ladogo, for us. Scot I know it will be all right, for I land Sept. have returned to Bogard Mo. One of the greatest dangers the 21st. Some of Ind., is visiting relatives here. know I am trusting the Lord all Ray Tabor has gome to the boys were sick enough to Mr. Kelley Rexroat who un- facing the world y is the time and I feel like it will be feed the fish, who are wanting to Ind., to work. but I was not sick derwent an operation for appenall right whatever happens to up the governments of the The flu scare is over in this me, and as I have told you be enough for that, although I wish- dicitis at Louisville a tfew weeks tear world hav no government of ed several times that the trip ago is at home. ,part. no cases at present. fore, if anything happens to me could have been numbered by Bert Warner and wife of Brady any kind, take all kinds of propJ. E. Bennett and family of that Inever can come back please hours instead days. of You may Ky moved into our midst a few erty and distribute it around, do Glensfork visited in this part don't grieve any more than you know I have a sympathetic feel days ago. We gladly welcome away with marriage, have free can help. Don't look on the ing Sunday. love and every other kind of for Columbus and those who their coming. dark side of life, but look for- crossed in the early days when F. H. Austin sold a nice bunch freak nations to be thought of. ward to a better day for we Camp Mills, N. Y. the duration of the trip was at hogs to Jeff. Thomas of Dun-vill- e It is here at home we must all know it is coming if we live right least from sixty to ninety days. of fight it together or go, under. last week. and if I can't never come back We are losing some of the boys J33ear Mother and Father: Mr. Vernon Luttrell who has write to you lAhis even home I expect to go to Heaven, from my organization. They are I will been Stationed at Camp Jackson THENEWS$1.50 &$2.00. Gadberry. -- 'imimmffi wmmiw&8i& j com-jplet- ed - e, -- : Dear Home Folks: Will write you all a few lines. I am all right, doing fine. We are stationed in a small town, and is a nice place. Don't know how long we will be here, think till we sail for the old U. S. A., then will be happy. The name of the town is Mezias. We are allowed to tell now where we have been and are at now. We are in twenty miles of La Mane3 which is a large town. Don't know if the map shows where this town is or not. Well, I wont commence to tell you where I have been, cause would take all the paper in France, but I have been in some of England, all of Belgium and mo3t of France. I went in a drive between St. Quintin and Cambia. We took the Hindenburg line and a lot of towns. Freed a lot of French prisoners that had been captured early in 1914. They sure were glad to be recaptured and it was a pleasure to us to free them. I am thankful to say, I have been over the top seven times and in a 2L days drive and now on my way home and havn't got a scratch, lucky guy. Believe me I have had the mines to burst in 10 steps of me and am still living. I have'seen several of my comrades fall that I can't forget, but am glad to say they were as well taken care of as could be expected. Well had better close. Lovingly, B. F. Taylor. Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. ment at Breeding last Sunday, All Classes of Dental work done. Crow the first time we have had any die and Inlay work a Specialty. church e filled his appoint- service since the first Sunday in October. We understand that there 126 cases of flu in the Price's creek All Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. community. Several from this community were in town the fir3t Monday but not much trading done. Tobacco is dragging now es- Splendid Offer. The Adair County News S1.50 an the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 753 both one year for only 31.95, in 1st and 2nd Zones. A Go to Church Times. Tho pastors of Columbia and vicin ity extend a cordial welcome to all. Presbyterian church, Rev. B. T. Watson Pastor. Sunday-Schoo- l 9:45 a. m. Congregational Woaship 11 a. m. Evening Service at p. m. on every second and fourth Sundays. Prayer service Wednesday evening topic discussat 6:30. Sunday-schoed. Preaching at Union 1st and 3rd Sabbaths. ol 3IETII0DI5T CnURCn. at 6:30, R. V. Bennett, Pastor. Preaching 1st and 3rd Sunday in each month. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Epworth Leage 6:15 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Everybody'cordially invited to these services. baptist cmn:cn. Preaching on each Crst and third Sunday. Morning service 11 o'clock. Evening service 7 o'clock Sunday School 9:30 B. Y. P. U. avening 6:10 Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening 6:3C Business meeting Wednesday evening before the 3rd Sunday in each month. Missionary Society, the last Thursday in each month, 3:00 o'clock. F. H. Durham, Supt. S. S. CHRISTIAN CIIUECIT. Jeffer-3onvil- le to-da- BoJ-shevikip- m, Band the first Sunday each month at 2 p. m. Ladies' Aid Society Thursday after second Sunday at 3:00 p. m. S Z. T. Williams. .Pastor. G. R. Reed, Sect Ray Conover. Tra SURGEONS agree that , in case of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there 1 no danger of infection and the wound, begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL-INAGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Paull Drug Co. dv G m. Mission Bible School every Sunday at 9.30 a. m. Judge Hancock, Superintendent. Preaching service at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. on Second and Fourth Sun. days. Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at 8:00. Official meeting Friday night before the fourth Sunday in each monih. Woman's Missionary Society, the first Sunday in each month at 2:45 p ' I b ADAIR COUNTY NEWS h M Helps Jp Sick m 8 Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Airs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what j 6 if pect quite a few of the home boys have returned from their military life and again resumed their jobs. Will close hoping to see all rry friends in a very short time. Respt., speak english instead of Paljey Voos Francais and lots of other things. I will tell you more. about it when I get home. One l.thing sure we are getting good and lots of it. Our dinner last Sunday cost $1.65 and we are going to have another one next Sunday. There were lots of times in France that we didn't get any thingto eat and no sleep at night, but that is what it took to win thewar,and I spent 16i months of it so I think that my share. Give, all my friends my best regards. So answer soon and a long letter, Ij&am as ever your loving Brother, Pvt. Leo M. Hadley, Bat. F. 43 art CfA. C. edibles Camp Eustis Va. Mississippi Farm Lands. J PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY, At 1 1 Pvt. France. W. V. Helm. 176 aero Sqdn., American E. F. m JANUARY 30, 1919. At Qarlin, Ky.. she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in bed for weeks unable to get up. I had such a The liver loses its activity at times and needs help. HERBINE is an effective liver stimulant. It also purifies the bowels, strengthens digestion and restores strength, vigor and cheerful spirits. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv 10 O'clock, a. m. 7 weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend told me I had tried every-th'- ag else, why not I did, and Cardui? soon saw it was helping Camp Eustis, Va. , Brood mare Aged, combined horse ... Miss Lura!;Hadley, 1 SSMSlCSrocusKy. Dear sister: me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." Three year old Jersey cow 1 A. 1 brood sow, to farrow soon 1 Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey TAKE I will now answer your lettpr which I have just received, was sure glad to hear from you and to know that all of you are well, as I am at present. I have put in for three months furlough but don't know when I will getcit. It can get ten days now but I don't want it as ten days would'ent give me long comman- gilt with certificate 1 Fat hog, 280 pounds Shoats, 65 pounds each Farming tools and implements: 2 Buggies, three sets of bugg harness 1 Lot of good Irish potatoes; About 35 barrels of corn 1 Stack of good hay . A large lot of all kinds of useful articles collected in my 20,000iacres. We have been fortu20000 brokerage business, too numerous to mention. 1 The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizzy, worn-ou- t? Is your goodhealth caused lackof from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. nate in listing acres of Delta land, South of Vicksburg, Miss. Soil from 5 to 20 feet deep. Average tem- Yictor Steel Safe, l,ooo lbs Handsome Office Desk. new. ' perature is about 64 degrees. You can enough. The battery produce three; crops a year on thl der told me I would get it when land.f Healthy climate, Prices from $10 per acre up. For further inforpeace was signed. mation, discriptive circulars, etc., Well, Bartie probably will have dress, to stay.in France for a while. I Advance Realty Co., ad- 1 1 Very handsome set of Parlor Furniture, and and kitchen furniture. TERMS made known on day of sale. other-househo- ld All Druggists I. 7 don'tjtthink he ever got to the Russell Springs, Ky. front, he haden't the last time I heard from him. I was in four on County. Amerof the biggest battles the May I have a little space in ica put up. That was at St Mehiei Sept. 12, Oregon forest Sept, 26, your valuable paper for the first Forges woods 'Nov. 1, and Ver- time. I have been a subscriber for most four years, we always City dun Nov. 6, I was also on Toul Riley-Mari- D. M. MOORE, GARLIN, Prices. Xf - - - - KENTUCKY. JQS 3S3J SC28S25 3S38S3SOBO$ JOS?3t i Work at Country JSGS30$3S38QSS83S St. Maxient, France. Dec. 20, 1918. The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky., Just now 1 am in sunny France enjoying the Ije&utiful scenery and the pleasant happenings of army life. I have been here in this camp almost a month and I hope to be here but a short time for I long to return to long trou sers and where there is no bugle calls or formations. I received a clipping today from a New York friend out of a New York paper, stating that my oid outfit the 306 aero squadron had arrived safely in the New York harbor. That was one clipping I had rather not received for I was some lonely when I read it, but I hope to return soon my self. I have been unfortunate not to meet any home boys on this side. I read a bunch of names in the casualty list recently of friends from home and nearby. They could not have given their life in a greater cause and deserve the highest possible honors to be bestowed on them. I feel very thankful that I have goae this far and still able to kick but I certainly would like to have visited the front before going home and viewed the wrecked homes and towns and see the real horrors of war. I have never been to the front yet I feel as if I have done my bit or at least all I could. I guess ere this reaches you, you folks at home have already festivities enjoyed your including Turkey for eats and "egg nog" for oil of Joy. I ex-X-m- as or Alsace Loranne front for about three months, .and believe me the experience was great. One day an eight inch shell hit into the midst of us and only two were hurt and another one hit in a gun section of 22 of our men and didn't go off. Lucky, if it had exploded it would have killed the bunch of us. But we didn't pay much attention to that as it was a daily and nightly thing. It was from Sept. 10 to Nov. 17, that we didn't see a We were standing building. look forward to Wednesday when we receive our Daper hear from old Adair. W DO YOU KNOW oi I left Adair Oct. 5th, 1915, after six years of happy service on the sleeping under ground which we called dugouts all the time, and eating our meals under camo- fiadge or a hill side. I am out of it now and back in America, where we can see Miss instead of Madomeselle and FffSB Gradyville circuit M. E. Church. The old parsonage at Morris chapel Adair Co., is more like home to me than any spot on earth. I rejoice to think of the good times we had there. If, when the spirit evacuates this old body, its reasonable to do so I want to be carried back to old Morris chapel for burial. I would be glad to read a letter at least once a month from Basil, The scribe at Sparksville must either be sick or married, I want to congratulate Lewis Master or Breeding Lodge F. and A. M. I will close with best wishes for the News and its many read L. F. Payne. ers. The Adair County New is equipped for the highest grades of Job printing, Book work, and Advertising specialties. We have on hand a very large stock of every kind and grade of paper and supplies All Jobs promptly done and work guaranteed: On account of our location in the country' our prices are very reasonable. We appreciate our large mail order business. We solicit work under competitive bids or otherwise. When work is unsatisfactory, n at .our expense. The best and largest equipped country plant in Kentucky. re-ur- That Russell Creek Academy at Campbellsville has furnished esellanfc board, heat, lights and phone service to its roomers for three month' for less than 810.00 per month? K That tuition, rent, board and heat in the Academy costs less than board alone in private homesV a That more than 06 per cent of Normal students from the Acaderaj p the state examinations? K That the HChool will run six months after the holidays to eiiabie pupils to tinish ther grades? That you can get Art, Expression, Music and Ilome Economics hers' That there is no '"Flu" in either the Boys' or the Girls' nome, and thai the general "Flu" situation in town is fast improving? That some enemy put out the false report that there is a disease tn Campbellsvill called the "Black-tongueSuch a thiog is unknown In our town? That if you want to take advantage of the unprecedented ativantcMpe offered by the Academy, now is the accepted time9 H .'' K, i r j M Q s Q WRITE OR SEE 1 ROMULUS SKAGGS, President, y K$5-3$5- c- - 8 3S Notice. All persons owing Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School for board or tution, 2S38S3SOSJC3SSK32Z3 ?SK 3S3S33S80338229035 " for the fall term, 1917, and the spring term, 1913, will please see me at once and settle same. The Board of Managers are anxious to collect all back accounts at once. Elmer Ashby, Collector- - &f armers i IM fraa f fsn ever befafi femtty life lodm is worth iinore to ffaj&k, ?xAV Heartburn, indigestion or distress of the stomach is instantly relieved by HERBINE. IT forces the badly digested food out of the body and re states tons in the stomach and bowels Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. - v li li i .1&J3H. I E will pay $2.10 per bu. caslt h: H for No. 2 Wheat, delivered at H H my exchange in front of the ? : Courthouse door, at I g THE COMPANION gives the greatest amount of everything worth reading, an abundance of Fiction, of Entertainment, of Informing Reading, of Fact and Humor, besides the Special Pages for each one of every age. It appeals to the families with highest ideals. uJV-irJ- I CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. 0 f OFFER No. 1 S I Ell 11 iii srcnis OFwvBmjitt "'Mlm " il'liii ttaJl New Subscribers to The Youth's ConaiLon will receive: 52 WEEKLY ISSUES 1919 I All for :.:...ioia!, . T I jMJQ 1919 Comrjfiniori Heme Calend&r Free I J I f;J tl orBOYS Jk&7 W?' 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Smt S$r DmHftiv PhjiUUn n Chart; &2Ztlxiod I have a nice comlngithrea saddle filly. She is first-class- r. seat-clo- ! It heals the lungs and quits ' . m acy rition. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv -- J. Milltown, Ks " - - A v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS $(kir make the race. A man of splendid porsonalicy and sincere con Published On Wednesdays. victions, ne would make as strong a candidate as can be ftt Golunv6ia.i Kentucky found in the state for uniting all factions of the party. Mr. Head editoix is a native of Webster county in MARKS DALE HAML.BTT. Western Kentucky and is inter ested largely in farming in SpenDemocratic nevnmper deyoted to the Interest of the City of Columbia and tha peopla cf Adair cer county. He has a splendid mad adaolnlnjr coontlei. record of success and integrety in both business and politics. Entered Coaivty Neds '1 Burley Sales At at the ColumbaiJPost-offlc- e as second lass mail matter. Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal-Zone- s IL50 per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription due and Payable in Advance. We are informed that Major Samuel M. Wilson, of Lexington, now with the National Army in The Farmers Tobacco Warehouse WED. JAtf, 29, 1919. Sentiment inJColumbia in the r&oe for Governor seems to be as tricolored as the flag of France, and as disinterested as a polar bear dozing on an iceberg. Conditions may change when the job promising stage is reached. The epitaph ofRobert Emmett whose famous utterance: "Let not myfiepitaphibe written until my country isfree" has given inspiration tolthe oratorical of many a youthful patriot and embryo statesman, may soon be written, if'GreatfBritian recognizes the indepence of the Honor to whom it is due. Mr. Sein Fein Republic of the EmerJ. F, Montgomery, of this place, ald Isle. has been a member of the CoSo far therehas been no re- lumbia bar for more than thirty-fiv- e sponse in Adair County to the years, and before becoming nroposal to erect a monument to a resident of this place he practhe memory ofjour soldiers. We ticed for a number of years in ' vould hate to think that this ap- Jamestown. He is not a man parent apathy of sentiment in so who solicits business, but his worthy a causeis'due to lack of talent has in all these years been patriotism, or regard for the he- in demaad. He has been sucroes who have fought, and some cessful before the courts in this of whom sleep in "Flanders part of the State, and at this Field." Fromffar Riverside in time he is an ative practitioner. California a noble woman born He has never sought office though and reared in Adair county, and he has been honored with sever-a- l important positions. He was who honors and cherishes the traditions of her native land a member of the last Constitufiends the first fivegdollars in tional Convention, and has frecash that the fund may be quently held circuit courts as a started with which to build a special Judge. He is a close suitable memorial to our fighting reader, and Jkeeps up with the men. Mrs. Sarah G. Bird is times. this woman whose first contribution should"arouse tolaction men ef-for- ti ac-tu- al France, and Col. Henry M. of Bowling Green, also distinguished for military service, will both announce in a very short while for the Democratic nomination for Governor. These two noted soldiers coming from different ends of the State and probably representing two elements of the party that have long been opposed to each other would make the races in the August Primary more interesting than has hitherto appeared. Col. Denhardfc has for years been the chief leader.and militant exponent of prohibition in the Third District, and would no doubt be strong with thi3 political faction of the party, especially in Western Kentucky. Den-hard- t, v Company Campbellsville, Kentueky. T. C. Faucett, 915 lbs., $469.33 ftGabehart, 0. Gabehart, W. L. 960" 451.27 645 lbs., 253.04 Farris, 2340 " 1620 895.43 Oliver Crouch, 700 lbs., f J. W. Deliart, " 256.87 736.80 Do Not Make a Mistake, Come to Our House Bring your Tobacco to the House that will get you Best Price. The Best Lighted and Most Modern Equipped House in this Section of the State. If any farmer wants information regarding our market, or if he and womenShere at "home. The long fight for nation-wid- e n prohibition finally and splendidly won. No doubt the coming of the European war has been the most potent direct fac&& tor in bringing about this the .has-bee- w: o V wants baskets shipped, call us by phone over either line at onr expense. i greatest socialSandi'moral reformation since God made the world, But due credit should be given to the long andjindefatigable efforts and leadershipof the great men and women who for ages have unselfishly and unpolitical-l- y labored for this accomplishment. The drunkard too, should have his share of (credit due. Reformed and unreformed there have been more'fdrunkards who have directly and conscientiously aided in bringing about the abolishment of the activities of this arch enemy than all other and hypocrites combined. de-votees m m ft ' ';- - &). ffpf s. 3 .rr;rW i Farmers Tobacco Whse. Co., . INCORPORATED Campbellsville, All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in. all baking troubles take Quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up baking materials, for biscuit- s- Kentueky. Mr. Fred Hill made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mrs. Kinnie Murrell and her daughter. Miss Katie, are improving. Mr. W. R. Lyon and Mr. J. W.Buchanan, of Campbellsville, were here last Shoulders Personals. Mr. H. Baldwin, of Louisville, was here a few days ago. Drs. S. P. and O. P. Miller made a business trip to St. Louis last week. Mr. John Pickett, Crmpbellsville, was here a day or two of last week. Eld. W. G. Montgomery, of Campbellsville, was here last Tuesday. Dr. John B. Yigle, Chattanooga, was registered at the hotel r few days ago. cakes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. MENTIONED FOR GOVERNOR. BAKING POWDER is the most popular because it does give most perject results, k nas me dis-gedemand because it is the most dependable. The fact that it is the biggest seller proves that it is the best. A trial will convince you that there is none justas good. Buyacan it you are not sausfced tales it bade and get your money back. Calumet contains only such ingre dients as nave been approved niHCiany Dy tne u. s. rooa Authorities. Yon we wtea you toy it. Toa TO T7b(9 joa ut U. st CALUMET We have heard many suggestions from Louisville and elsewhere that former Mayor W. 0. Head of Louisville would make a most excellent standard bearer for the Democratic party to Wd tbn narty to victory next Fall in tne contest with the Somerset Declaimer. Mr. Head made the best mayor that Louis-Till- e ever had and would make for Kentucky a most excellent Governor, should he decide to Mr. W. E. Vanarsdell, of Lexing ton, was at the Jeffries' Hotel a few days ago. Mr. Chas. C. Fisher, Glasgow, made his regular trip to this place a few days ago. Mr. Sam QUALITY HIGHEST HIGHEST AWARDS Antle and wife, formerly of this place, now of Illnois, arrived last last week, on a visit. prove.' ter, Mrs. Rachel Grissom, M r. C; B. Perrity Knoxville, travel Mr. B. F. Rowe, who spent five or been ill for several days. ing salesman, called to see Columbia six weeks at Hot Springs, Ark., remerchants last week. turned home last week, improved in Mrs. Charles Pyle, of Lincoln county health. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis. Henry Garnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Garnett, was the sickest one of J S, Breeding. Lindsey-Wilso- n patients, but he Mr. W. H. Sandusky and his little the is better as we go to press. son, and Miss Dorothy Gill are among Mr, J. M. Blankenship, who has the flu patients. been living in Illinois for several Mrs. Grace Smith, of Spurlington, is years, was here last veek, en route to here to wait upon her brother,Stewart his old home, Eller, Bussell county. Huffaker, who has the flu. Stanley Sinclair, son of Mr. E. L. Mr. A. S. Chewning will leave for Sinclair, this place, who visited Mont-pelie- r his business, near Hopkinsville.Thurs-day- . and was taken with flu, has been He is an oveiseer for a large very sick, but is some better at this farm. time. Mrs. B. E. Moss has been quite sick Mis. K. V. Bennett, wife of the improving. principal of the Llndsey-Wilsoand for two weeks, but she is Messrs. F. M. Flatt and John Goff, Mrs. Fred Myers are among, the flu paof Creelsboro, were here last Wednestients, day. Mrs. E. F. Mullinix who been conDr. G. T. Simpson and Jas. Simpfined to her room for two years is now son, of Breeding, were in Columbia confined to her bed and does, not imWednesday, attending their sis-- Saturday.' Mr. Tennie Cundiff is visiting brother, Mr. C. W. Cumdiff, his at Shelbyville, Ky. Misses Essie, Jewell and Verly .Phelps and their brother, Melvin, were very sick with flu last week. Mr. J. E. Durham and wife, C. M. n, who has Durham and wife Campbellsville; J. W. Durham, Greensburg; Mrs. C. E. Murphey, Finley, Taylor county, were here, on business last Wednesday. Mr. Herschel Dunbar and wife, Bus-se-ll Springs, were here last week, en route home. They were on their return from Louisville, Mrs. Dunbar having underwent an operation in the city. Concluded on page & , .) THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS Albin Murray DELIVERS THE GOODS FOR THE PEOPLE, Your Generous Patronage during 1918 enables us to offer for your future needs, a larger, better and more varied stock For 1919. 8 CLOTHING For Men and Boys, shoes for Men, Women and Chil- Dress Goods and Fancy Wearing Apparel, Over- - FURNITURE m For the Bed Room, Dining Room ahd Kitchen. Pyrex Glass Cooking Ware. Mattings, Carpets and coats, Hats and Caps. Druggets. If America's Greatest Tailor Shops Were Brought to Our Town Even then you could not obtain better quality, fashion and fit tnan that which we supply. As a matter of fact one of the "front doors" of America's greatest tailor shops is at the local address below. "V We represent The Globe Tailoring Co., of Cincinnati makers of ALBIN MURRAY, Columbia, 6 Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. ffr & &x fYfrmT Tf TursT vTMt LYM!UJW TOW GhOTHZP by to Tailored 0,,fr,QC'MQ',&5fr"& WITH GREETINGS OF THE SEASON. -- Measure The Globe Tailoring Co., Cincinnati You can be fitted here with the accuracy that would result from your presence in their V Sr-- m sSC fabrics shPs soft textures tailoring the hard s0 typical of merchant finished worsteds too. that have the quality iri 7&y e as fK' ftr I You can have your Needle-Molde- d clothes ;on your back m less time than a local tailor would require and without coming back repeatedly for fittings and alterations. With the craftmanship of the Needle-Mastwe combine the custom tailor's fabrics er And in a range of price3 at simplif? . . selections. Satisfaction guaranteed in unmistakable terms your money back, sir, if the clothes are not just as ordered and represented. - WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW gYEAR AND THAT IT MAY BE FOR ALL A. YEAR OF JOT. PEACE AND PROSPERITY. The Great Xmas Trade We Enjoyed Coming so Soon After the Open ing of Our Mammoth New Store in the Walker Block Was Beyond All Expectations. For this we are not only grateful, but convinced that the people of 8 g& 8 8 1 Adair County appreciate and support our progressive policy of sup plying their needs in the largest and most varied way yet attempt- ed in Columbia. W 3& ' HATCHER-MITCHEL- L CO., "Haberdashers" Campbellsviile, Kentucky. Continued from pae 4. ;C33Q$;o&G8G&G33G8O8O&08O3S80;;&0i2OS3S: 8 8 S &: k PERSONALS. Master Lynn Jeffries is recovering B from an attack of llu. Myers, Monticello, is recovering from a spell of pneumonia. Mrs. Jo Rosentield has returned from an extended visit to Middlesboro Mr. T. B. Phelps returned from Cumberland Co , on a business trip M. R. A. MULES m m& & We Have Just Received Another Car Load of w m Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and- Druggets. iSP - jj 8 9 8 8 S this veek. Miss Rose Heyd arrived from Jamestown Sunday. From here she will go We Have In Our Sale Barn 32 High Class Work Mules FOR SALE These Mules are Two to Six Tears Old, and to 16 Hands High. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass J Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room ffe? Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries, Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OF EACH MONTH. km ! to Paducah. Mr. Noah Loy, County School Super intendent, has been confined to his home for several days, a victim of the fin. Mr?. Bettie Hutchison, who is at the home of a daughter, on Casey Creek, is reported dangerously ill Her daughters, Mrs. Pickett and Mrs Cundiff, are with her. Ralph Garnetr, son of Mr. H. B. Garnett, who is afflicted with the flu, 8 1 143 8 8 had a .hemorrhage last Thursday morning, and for several hours he was in a very serious condition. He is better at this writing. Mr J. C, Strange, who has been em ployed at Lynch, returned lic.mt las. Tuesday af terpoou. He had the mis- fortune to get his left thumb badly cut with a chisel, which forced him to Jay off, He expects to return as soon as he is able. 8 Single Mules. . 8 8 8 8 Paramount Theatre Will Open Soon. IMHB. ' Pi." " jl.'KILJ-i' w Watch For Program And h. ?r "P m Announcement. & fS-.M8 Columbia, t BtirdetteJ NELL & CHEATHAM Kentucky. 8 8 COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. TRY AN AD IN THE ADAIR COUNY NEWS. IT PAYS. mm ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Letters of Sympathy. Bowling Green, Ky. I have just received a leiu--r Jan. 10, 1919. Mta. Flora Hutchison Royse. Columbia, Ky. My Dear Mrs. Royse: Allow me to offer my deepest sympathy to you in your terrible bereavement. Perhaps you will think me presumptious in writing to you, being almost a stranger. But when I noticed the account of your hero husband's death in the paper my heart went out to you in sympato-da- y thy for I am suffering the same agony. Five weeks ago God saw fit to call my precious hasband, George Wesley Turner, unto Him and so I feel that if just a word of symnathy, from one who knows the terrible heart-ach- e you are having to bear will lighten the burden even for a second, I just must say these few words. The only consolation we can have is to know that they have just gone on before and though it may seem long to us we will go to them some day and in the blissful place of eternity this sorrow will all be blotted out. The only peace I find is in prayer and the study of God's word and looking forward to the blessed day of reunion. I am sure that Bryan was a christian by the beautiful letter from him that was published in The Adair Co News. And oh! what a consolation" that must be to you. So many poor wives, in these troublesome times are having to see their husbands go out into eternity unprepared. And, too, you have another comfort that was denied me and that is the priceless treasure of a darling baby, his flesh and blood, oh! what a comfort he will be to you, and I know you pray for him to look like his father. I know you are proud of the supreme sacrifice your husband made for his country and I want you to have this little poem by James Whitcomb Riley that I love so well: -- from home telling me of the sadness brought to our homes by the death of your husband, my cousin, and our best friend. As you are in deepest sorrow now, so am I, as all whojknew him are. I have been looking forward with great anticipation to his return, and to our family reunion, and I know that you have been more than anxious about him, and I n know that you are at this time. But Flora, there are two reasons why you can be happy or consoled, even at this time. The first and most important is that he left this life at peace with his God, and you can look forward to meeting him in the next world. I read with great pleasure the letter he wrote, which appeared in the News In the second place he died in defense of the highest principles for which men have ever died. He died honorably, nobly, doing his duty. He dererves more praise than all our friends who have taken part in this war. He gave the supreme sacrifice. May you receive some comfort from these thoughts. I know it is hard to give up loved ones in this way, but millions have died as he died for humanity. You have my deepest sympathy at this time, and hope we all may by able to die as honorably as he, and meet him hereafter. Your cousin, Guy Stevenson. heart-broke- mmmmmmmmmmm)mmAmmwmmm)xmm)mn wmmmm v aw slaw -- 77MVV- fiw vmvt yiwij st wr -- fliw .uv. b4 vuw viiv t?i ssiiw yytAw t--4w-f- - la.i yyiiw .L. .liyv mm7sa yLA.-- ursa u. -3 ? yaw yytiv. ft f!r-- WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833 WOODSON LEWIS, 1919. W D LEW m i Sends New Year Greetings. "Keep Straight and You Will Last This Long." Dry Goods, Clothing Ladies Cloaks and Skirts, During 1919 We Shall Continue to Furnish Our Thousands of Customers and Friends All Articles of Commerce at Prices Made to Hold Your Good Will. SHOES, HATS, CAPS. Buggies, Wagons, Hardware, Implements. Paints and Oils, Wire Fence, Farm Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Furniture, Groceries, Queensvvare. PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES GIVEN EVERY CASH SALE. FREE WITH Bowling Green Ky. My Dear Sister We received Bryan's death know it is the say, and I will not S3y That he is dead. He isjust away! "With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wondered into an unknown land, And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be since he lingers 'I cannot there And you yearn old-tim- e O you, who tho wildest step and the glad reFor the turn, Think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of your life and are aching it God's will be done. When I think of you and our dear bady boy the tears start afresh because there seemed to be so much happiness for you all when he returned and he wanted to see the baby so much. It is so hard to give him up, but we thank God for the life he lived, we know he met his savior face to face and is now enjoying the home God has for him, and some sweet day that happy meeting will take place beyond the vale where all tears are wiped away. May God give you grace and comfort in this sad trial. Your loving Sisters Annie and Lula. Jan. 9, 1919. and Baby: the sad news of We yesterday. hardest trial of while our hearts is so hard to say ASK FOR CERTIFICATES AND PROFIT SHARING CATALOGUi C m I GRJEENSBURG, IaI I m m KENTUCKY. Louisville, Ky. Here; And loyal still, as he gave the blows Dear Flora: Of his warror strength to his country's We were looking over foes, this the saddest time of you life. Only a few weeks back 1 read with tears in my eyes the letter vnn had rmhlished from him. I know his letter must be very consoling to you though you are heart broken over the loss of your dear husband. With much love and sympathy Mrs. Hesbert Cundiff. St. Louis, Mo. the Mild and gentle, as he was brave-W- hen the sweetest love of his life he gave To simple things: .Where the violets grew Blue as the eyes they were likened to, The touches of his hands have strayed As revently as his lips have prayed: When the little brown trench that hardly chirred Was dear to him as the moching bird; And he pited as much as a man in pairs. A writhing honey bee wet with rain- .Think of him still as the same, I say He is nob dead he is just away. Times last night and saw your husbands name in the Honor Roll, we felt so bad about it. I knew when I left you had heard nothing and I know the sorrowful news must reach you so I decided to write expressing to you and little By ran my deepest regrets of your loss. I know your young heart must be breaking. May God comfort you in your sorrowful hours. I am very sincerely, Mrs. Rosa Sinclair Powers. Detroit, Mich. Jan. 11, 19. family-M- y Mr. C. R. Hutchison and Dear Friends: Vara has just sent me notice from The News, of the death of Mr. Bryan Royse. 1 wish to extend to you and the family, and especially Mrs. in this Royse, my sympathy great Joss. May the good Lord Otis Lewis and little son Macomfort you all in this sad hour, con were visiting relatives on I am, your friend, Crocus creek last Sunday. place made an extended visit to NIT 7K Breeding recenty. Mrs. Sallie Blair is very low at this writing with tuberculoses. Thomas Taylor, who has been in in a very bad state of health for IN some time, is no better at this writing. Doctor Will Taylor of Marrowbone was visiting here last week. 7K Finis Strange, of Rugby, and Mrs. Eliza Shirley of near Charlie Strange and wife of Cumberland county, and Eli Strange are all at the bedside of their sister, Mrs. Sallie Blair. Mrs. James Jones and little daughter Pauline, were visiting Mrs. Gladys Strange last Monday. Mill-tow- n, &3K3Kjk Columbia Barber Shop ! 7FC 36 IN. LOY A &r LOWE! Sanitary Shop, where both Sstisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. as as as $ Give us a Trial and be Convinced. SS$ $&$ S W. T. PRICE 3Q8GK03S38OS- - SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA. CoyE. Dudgeon. G. T. Thomas was visiting GlensforR. Mr. and Mrs. FJavion Conover K$$$ We keep KENTUCKY. $$ $ fc May God comfort and strengthen you is the prayer of one who last Sunday. UNDERTAKER. .knnws yunr deep sorrow from ex- Mrs. Flora Royse: perience. i m Mrs. Helen Upton Turner. 7 Camp Dodge, Da. Jan. Dear Flora: 11, 1919. The flu epidemic has about subsided in this community. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Charlie Thomas.little son Special attention given Diseases of all Dear Flora: Domestic Animals daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. While reading the Adair Co. and Office at Besidence, 1 mile of town, on Tuesday Jamestown road. News this morning I see the sad Otha Miller left last ' Phone 114 6. death of Bryan. You will please morning for Lynch Ky. Columbia, Ky., Mr. G. T. ThomaB of near thi except my deepest sympathy in -- Jan. 10, 1919. L. H. Jones I keep on hands a full stock of coCQns, I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel caskets, and robes. extra large caskets. Prompt aervice night or day. Residence Phone, 29. Office Phone, 168. Cotumbia.JKy J. F. TRIPLETT, Boxes and two hearses. Subscribe for The News, $1.50 and $2.00 a Year. J ADAIR COUNTY NEvVS within the boundary, Sunder the crop of corn, could preempt and Jim is walking on air as thi3 is. general laws for acquiring title acquire a right to a grant of two his first boy. to vacant and unappropriated hundred acres, including his imCOUNTY. We are sorry to announce the lands, under the penalty of for- provements. To accomplish this, feiting all the locators personal he was required to make proof death of Mrs. Riley Janes, whor by John avroe Steele. property, and authorized the of the facts necessary to estab- died last Friday with heart trou (The writing of these notes was governor of Virginia, to remove lish his right under the law, be- ble. She leaves a husband, two suggested by the writings of all persons, who became settleis fore commissioners appointed sons and four daughters tomourrt Judge H. C, Baker, lately pub- upon the lands, after the first for that purpose, who would is- for her. She was a member Also Ellwood and American Fence.. of " lished in the Adair County day of January, 1778, by military sue him a certificate,whicb enthe Methodist church and a. News, and are intended as force, if necessary. By other titled him to have the land enneigha supplement to his writings, statutes, a land office was creat- tered and surveyed, 'and to re- christian woman, a good CO-and will be continued in future ed and the register of it was au- ceive a patent for it. If, how- bor and beloved by all who knew: Incorporated numbers of The News, if found thorized .to issue a warrant to ever, it appeared, that the lands her. Your scribe extends to the 116 Eaal Maket Slrcei Between Plrsf and Bro&K to be of interest.) each of the officers and soldiers, had been previously appropriat- bereaved husband and children Louisville, Ky. which entitled them to enter and ed under the law for the benefit his sympathy. ADAIR COUNTY, AS A POLITICAL have surveyed, and to obtain a of the soldiers of the Revolution, Mr. S. E- - Ester3 informed, DIVISION OF THE STATE'. patent for certain quantities of he was denied a certificate, but your reporter that he had patd lands. A colonel was entitled, was permitted to appropriate any No. 2. Commencing at the place in this way, to acquire five thou- other unappropriated lands ented a metal bridle, which he Incorporated pointed out by Riffe, as the point sand acres ra lieutenant colonel, which he could locate, instead of had put in the hands of an Ohio JPTuAJST ETJROIPEAJSr where the line, between Lincoln four thousand and five hundred the lands upon which he had firm and would soon have it on and Jefferson and later between acres; a major, four thousand made the improvements. The the market. We feel sure that $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. Lincoln and Nelson, approaches acres; a captain, three thousand legislature of Kentucky, for the $1.50 and Up Rooms With this will fill at long felt want Green river, and which point acres; a subaltern commissioned purpose of preserving the rights 300 ROOMS Montgomery, at that time, stat- officer, two thousand acres; a of the soldiers of the Revolution and will sell well as leather is equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best ed was the correct point, Forbes Fire Protection Known to Insuranee Engineers. officer, four to preempt the lands to the scarce and high. and Montgomery surveyed and hundred acre3 ; and a private, south of Green river, in the Your scribe bought from Mrs. r " marked the line between Lincoln two hundred acres. The gov year, 1796, by a statute, enacted Harriett Rosson, a fine combi6tli & Main Streets. and Green counties, following ernor was authorized to appoint at that time, appointed James nation mare for $125.00. He althe course of south 45 degree surveyors to survey the lands Thompson and William Croghan so sold one stack of hav to Owen East, to its intersection with the for the soldiers. By the act of to ascertain the head of Green Rowe for S12.00. J. N. Sparks line between Kentucky and the legislature, by which the river, and then to run and mark stack to Wint Rowe North Carolina, now Tennessee. state of Virginia gave her con- the northeast boundary line of sold We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between In the year, 1784, Nelson coun- sent to the creation of the state the lands reserved for the boun- for $10.00. Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large ty was created out of the south- of Kentucky, the rights of the ty of the soldiers, from the head Several of our farmers were Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Post ern portion of Jefferson, and former soldiers, who had made of that river to the Cumberland on the Campbellsville tobacco Office. AlliCountry Freight delivered from new depot. that portion of Adair, which lies entries upon the lands, were mountains, which service they market last week and received Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons. upon the north side of Green preserved, and the state of Ken- performed. We solicit your business. good prices. river, became a portion of Nel- tucky kept the covenant, faithThus the title to the lands to JVIotoi? There was a good crowd out son county, and so remained, un- fully. The law prescribed the the south of the Green river, in Elsey Young, Proprietor, til the creation of Green county, fees for the surveyors, who sur- the county, are derived from two at Quarterly meeting at Breed7, KENTUCKY. in the year 1792. The original veyed the lands for the soldiers, sources, the one kind, from the ing, last Saturday and Sunday. entries and surveys of much of to be paid in tobacco, and fixed warrants issued by the register Bro. Shelley gave us one of his the lands in Adair county, which the number of pounds of tobacco of the land office of Virginia to We fine sermons on Sunday. lie upon the north side of the for each particular service of the its soldiers of the Revolution, by pastor, Bro. D. L. Green, are to be found in the surveyor. For doing all the sei virtue of the acts of the legisla- all like our LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. surveyor's office of Nelson coun- vice required in making a survey, ture of Virginia: and the other, Vance. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Miilior Dollars. ty. The writer does not call to marking the boundary and mak- from the certificates granted, at Private Martin Rowe. of Camp Acts as Executor. Administrator, Guardian. Agent: Committee and Trustee, and can qualiy memory any tract of land in that ing out a plat and certificate for the first, by commissioners, and Dix, N. J., was discharged a as such in any County in the State. Pays 3 per cent' per Annum on Time Deposits. portion of the county, which was two hundred acres of land, the afterwards by the county court, few days ago. Sure glad to A. G. STITH.Sec ANGEKEUA GRAY. Treas. JOHN STITES. President. entered or surveyed for a paterit, fees allowed, were two hundred to occupants of the lands by virhave him back with us. during the period, wherein it and fifty pounds of tobacco, tue of the act of 1797, and subwas a portion of Jefferson coun- but, the soldier could discharge sequent acts of the legislature of Rlontpelier. ty. There was a tract of seven the debt, by paying in money, at Kentucky. In the year, 1763, hundred acres of land, near the the rate of twelve shillings and the King of Great Britian, by a Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Hurt village of Knifley, which was five pence for each one hundred proclamation, authorized the solentered and surveyed, in the pounds of tobacco. Numerous diers of Virginia, who were en. of Stithton who were called here year, 1786, in the name of John tracts of land in Adair county, gaged in the wars of Great Brit- to attend the funeral of Mr. Humber, the record of which is on the south side of Green river, ian, previous to that time, to ap Hurt's father, visited relatives a FIRE AND LIFE found in the office of the survey- were acquired under the terms propriate, as bounty, the lands day or two before returning or of Nelson county. A portion of these statutes. The village of in Kentucky, and it seems, that home. Mrs. Lizzie Hurt and Stanley, of this tract of land is the farm, Elroy, i3 sitauted upon the lands, at the time of the act of 1779, "The Service Agency." which lies upon the east side of which were granted to John many of these soldiers had nev- the little son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Casey's creek, a short distance Strode, in the year, 1786, as a er located the lands for which L, Sinclair, have the flu and are SEE ME FOR PROTECTION BEFORE south of Knifley, and is now bounty, on account of his ser- they held warrants, but the both in a very serious condition IT HAPPENS. (1919) owned by W. I. Ingram. vices as a soldier of the Revolu- writer does not know of any owing to a complication of other The portion of the county, tion. The original patent to grant of lands in Adair county ailments. which lies to the south of Green Strode, is written upon sheep by virtue of the warrants reMr. A. G. Coffey has sold his river, was a part of the territory skin and is, now, in the posses- ceived under the terms of this farm and stock of goods to Mr. reserved by various enactments sion of the widow of the late R. proclamation. Arnold Holt of Owensby. of the Virginia House of Bur- P. Breeding. The grants of For the purpose of making an Mrs. G. A. Bradshaw who has gesses, for bounty lands for the land, to the soldiers of the intelligible statement of the orig- appendicitis is very sick at this soldiers of Virginia, who served and their assignees, are, inal boundaries of Adair county writing. in the war of the Revolution. in common parlance, denominat- and the changes which legislaMr. Forest Bradshaw of Burn-sid- e One of these acts became a law ed "military" grants, and the tive action has wrought in them is at the bedside of his The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is in the year, 1779, though it lines of such surveys are called from time to time, it is necessa- mother. owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his seems, that a resolution, to the "military" lines. The lines of ry io give a history;of the boundMr. W. C. Grider has a light same effect, had been adopted these surveys are, in nearly ev- ary lines of some other counties, employe safe and reliable drivers. attack of the flu. previous to this time. The ter- ery instance, ten per centum which now have not any conTransportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. Mrs. Lula Helm and sister ritory, thus reserved, began at greater in length than the patent nection with the boundaries of Address, Miss Margie Antle will enter the head waters of Green river, says they are. The earliest Adair. school at the L. W. T. S. in a and ran thence to the Cumber- comers into the county, to the Continued. To be few days. land mountains, and with the south side of Green river, took Messrs. Balph Antle and John Cumberland mountains to the possession of the lands, and Rugby. Wilson two cf our best young North Carolina line, and with it dwelt upon them, because, they men have recently entered school to the Tennessee river, and with found none to dispute their rights, Main and Depot Streets fu. Mr. Steve Coomer, of Picnic, at Berea, Ky. it to the Ohio river, and with it except the Indians and the beasts to the mouth of the Green river, of the forests. In the year, did some surveying here last W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. Joints that ache, muscles :hat are and up the Green river to its 1797 tne legislature of Kentucky week for J. M. Shives, Buel and drawn or contracted should be treated source, it turned out that tne came to their rescue by enacting We cater especially to Commercial Travellers. Ruel Shives and F: A. Strange. with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIgreater part of this territory was a statute, which provided, that MENT. It penetrates to the spot Electric Lights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms. Mrs. Annie Shives, who un- where it is needed and relieves suffer the territory of the state of any person of the age of twenty- RATES $2.00 PER DAY. aav. North Carolina, but t the act of one years, who had settled a derwent an operation at Louis- ing. Sold by Paull Drug uo. : Kentucky. Jampbellsville, ' : the Virginia assembly, affected tract of land south of .Green riv ville, recently, is still in a delJOHN WHITE k CO. all that portion of it which was LOUISVILLE, KY. er, previous to July 1, 1798, by icate state of health. in the state of Kentucky. In the News in actually living upon it, clearing Another: Democrat voter at LilMrarassertmMt and full value 1779, the Virginia legislayear, as two acres of the Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sparks. rawl UIIU ture enacted a statute, which asmuch $1.50 HWm and forbid the acquiring of any lands lands, and cultivating it in a Mother and child doing well. 'CMttUns EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Qravel, Rubber, Galvanized R.OOFING and Painted. NOTES ON ADAIR Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Loulsville-Ol- inn Mel Louisville, Kentucky. Co., Colum6ia .Jlotor Freight one-ha- lf Columbia COI-U7umi- Freight Co., The .ouisvilk Trust CO, ) G. R. REED I INSURANCE Columbia, Kentucky. imss Automobile Line. -- Revolution W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville -- Hotel I Renew for The Advance. and $2,00 per year. 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY 1UWS OUR CLIENTELE GROWS 8 iiMKiiMMeiiiiSi 1HIH1HHH Jtfot Upon Promise, But Upon Performance. We are Pioneers in DRY CLEANING AND DYEING Tromp Deliveries. 625-62- In Business Since 1835. riiuoiiiA 7 THE TEASDALE CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. Walnut St. lf m Ttl6 HiflU m Grade Buq-- I 'Q' , The policy of "X seIl its cars for the lowest possible price, con . sistent with dependable quality, is too well X &nown to require comment. Therefore, be- -' h cause of present conditions, there can be no change in the prices on Ford cars: -- ix Sx$$ the Ford Motor Company to Pleases 1 The Phoenix is the Buggy that for Years has Stood all Tests and Satisfied the People. It is not a Cheap Vehicle in Price, but is the Cheapest that can be Bought for Durability and Service at Conservative Prices. lit is I RUNABOUT TOURING CAR COUPE SEDAN TRUCK CHASSIS $500. 525. 650. 775. 550. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. BUCHANAN-LYON S. M. SANDERS & CO., CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY 10 COMPANY, COLUMBIA, KY. & Incorporated. 'CAMPBELLSV1LLE, KY. 3x$xSxi Markets. Louisville, Jan. 27 Cattle Prm 815.0016.50; heavy sniping L3.15;lightS10.50(gl3: heifers $8 12 50;fat cows $9 00ll.;medlum $7.00 GO; cutters ?6.257.; canners $0.6.25 arporfc-Eteors Xgx Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, no changes were noted in prices; best sheep 88.00 8 50,bucks 87.00down;best lanbs S1415; seconds $9.13 Culls, to $10.50 choice milch cows 2?!"135; medium $65(295; common $7 00 65. il 'dives -- Receipts 163 head The lJpsb veals $12 5013.00 nedlurn S'a 12.50c; common 58c. Hogs ILoeipts 3,466 head. Prices -- on all grades steady except light pigs, which cold 50c higher than Friday best hogs 150 lbs. 16.1o to 17.35: pigs 250 down S1215.00: throwouts $14 25 down. mar-scafccad- y. Adair county is conceded the C, S. Harris, of Columbia, who right to furnish the Democratic for twenty years was the pub- nominee for the senatorship. $8(29. Butter Country 3235c lb lisher of the Adair County News, Louisville Times. Eggs Fresh, case count candled has become a candidate for the 51c to 54c Democratic nomination for State The three great needs of Coin the Nineteenth Dis- lumbia next in importance to her Senator, Thoroughbred Jersey Bull. trict, composed of Adair, Barren God given light, heat, and air Season $1.50 at Gate. and Metcalfe counties. Walker are a modern ' Graded School 12-JoeBarbee, Bryant, of: Columbia, who had building, a tobacco ware house, been an avowed candidate for and a free macadamized road to Inclosed find five dollars for the the senatorial nomination, with a railroad station. Memorial fund. I feel that we can the probability of no opposition do one noble act for our dear boys in the party ranks, has decided Mrs. Sarah G. Bird, W. A. Garnettsoldto Frank to remove to another State. Riverside, Cal. last week a mare mule for 8325. HARRIS FOR STATE SENATOR. 2t head iiiliiiilliiiii gryggrrawHw'XTiscrarq 53 2SS243SS2SS2sSr DIAMOND RINGS B Platinum Settings, Wrist TVatches, Rings, Bracelets, Chains and Lavaliers, Clocks. Solid Gold, Silver and Enameled Jewelry. L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, Kentucky. Columbia, g?raraggsaT7;ffgs3rrare - - Sold Monday ,000 POUNDS OF BURIEY. MUCH OF THIS WA c 2 y Jjflf 111 B HAIL TORN TOBACCO. I SI ftj mjJ9R Average $39.00. Our floor has been filled to the fullest capacity every day since the season opened. Last week Burley sold for 85 and 90c per pound, yesterday it brought $8 5.50. Many crops averaged $62. Prices for Dark have been 16. 5o to 19. 3o. . Ill The wise farmer will market his tobacco on the open floor where there is competition and highest prices are paid. Don't sell to the speculator at home or on the roadside, but BRING IT TO OUR LOOSE LEAF FLOOR. IF - with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing ring-i- n 1 oy C AY, kJ put you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll ,1 II I flW nm MliniMtw" UP' TrV Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED. GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. aht till by R. J.Reraetfe 4HS80W9. , Just between ourselves, you never will wise-u- p to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square on that Prince Albert ! Well, sir, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide open ! Talk about smoke-spor- t! Quality makes Prince Albert so peak-of-pleasu- re all-fir- ed appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hapds out! P. A. can't bite or parch! Both are cut out by c zt exclusive patented process ! Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your particular smokeappetite ! You buy Prince Albert metrywhtr tobacco is told. Toppy red bags, tidy red tint, handsome pound and half pound tin humidor and that daily, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge meisUntr top that keep the tobacco in Much perfect condition. B tswwwy R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wimton-Sale- a, N. C