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The Adair County news: February 26, 1919 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1919 ada1919022601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: February 26, 1919 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1919 $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. hi $f VOLUME XXII A&atr Cmmty Sfjeuts COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY T, rfe ST'- - 26, 1919. NUMBER 18 Holiday Entertaiiments. Mrs. J. F. Patteson was hostess on Saturday evening at a beautiful Washington birthday dinner given in her home on Greensburg street. The table was tastefully decorated with white carnations. Place cards decorated with cherries and individual bonbons filled with nuts by the side of which were placed miniature hatchets artfully represented the spir it and sentiment of this holiday occasion. The living room and beautiful home were profusely decorated with roses and sweet peas. The hostess was assisted by Miss Sarah Coffey. The guests were: Mrs. M. L. Gris-soMrs. Geo. Staples, Mrs. C. M. Eussell, Mrs. W. B. Patteson, Mrs. Kobt. Reed, Mrs. Gordon Montgomery, Mrs. E. B. Barger, Mrs. George Stults, Mrs. A. D. Patteson, Mrs. W. A. Coffey, Mrs. Horace Jeffries, Mrs. B. E. Rowe, Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett, Miss Minnie Triplett. Does Farming Pay in Adair ' Valuable Farm Sold. Arm Broken. Died at Burkesvilie. Now That It's AH Over. Did you ever hike million of miles? And carry a ton on your back, And blister your heels and your shoulders, too, Where the strap run down from your pack. In the rain or the snow or the mud, perhaps, In the smothering heat or the cold, If you have, Why then you're a budd of ours And we welcome you into our fold. Did you ever eat with your plate la your lap? With your cup on the ground at your side, While cooties and bugs of species .un told, Danced fox trots over your hide. Did you ever sleep in a tent so small That your head and your feet played tag? Then shake, old man, .you're a pal of ours, For you've followed the same old flag. Did you ever stand in a front line trench, With Fritzie a few feet away With Jerries and Minnies a whistling around, And cn5 rtnmlncr nuor all Ann'i With no Man's Land a sea of steel And a tempest of bursting shell? Then come in old man and toast your shins, For we're all just back from hell. E. B. Sublett, A. E. F. County? Some farmers get tired of the old home county sell out and go either west or South, hoping to better their condition. Ofter a mistake is made and occasionly a farmer betters his situation by seeking and locating in a new country. Most generally through, the farmer who remains at home comes out best in the end. To show that a good farmer can do as well here as elsewhere, we relate the following: In 1917 Mr. R. K. Young sold his. farm, lying two miles east of Columbia, to Mr. Tilden Wilcoxsin, of Green county, for 88,000 and a little later bought a farm near West Point Miss., and he is now on it, and we hope Jthat he is doing well. He is a good farmer and a first-clasman. Mr. Wilcoxsin went to work on his farm here, and the first year he made and sold and has yet to sell worth of stuff raised and grown on it in little over twelve months. Futhermore, he has been offered four different times $16,000 for the farm he paid 98,000 for, and he has answered every time "My farm is not for sale." Does this not look like farming in Adair county pays? Mr-You- ng Mr. Allen Walker transferred his farm, last week, known as the Epper- h W son farm, located near Montpelier, to Ray and Robert Caldwell for 88,220 farms in the This is one of the-be- st county. Farmers have commenced discussing the coming of the 17 year locust, the proper name of which is cicada. They are due in a number of States this spring, including Kentucky. A writer who is posted on the ravages lar throughout Cumberland county, being very courteous in his manners. He is survived by his wife, father and of this pest says: "Defer putting out two sisters, Mrs. John Lee Walker, of Public Sale. young fruit trees till next year; postthis place, and Miss Alleen Ritchey. pone budding operations, do no prunHis mother, who before her marriage, ing this winter or spring. When the I will on was a Miss Alexander, a sister, of Mr. insects commence coming out hand Saturday, March 1st, 1919, Horace K. Alexander, died a number pick them from the young trees. of years ago, This town sends condo10 o'clock A. M. When the insects are ready to comlence to the stricken members of the mence laying, spray with whitewash." At my farm, known as Last Saturday afternoon, while attempting to crank an automobile, Miss Corinne Breeding got both bones of her right arm broken above the wrist. She was carried into the home of Mr. Geo. H. Nell and Drs. R. Y. Hindmanand C. M. Russell called, who reduced the fractures The patient is doing very well, though she has been a great sufferer. She will be removed to the home of her parents in a few days. a prominent young man of Burkesvilie, a son of Mr. J. H. Ritchey, died last Thursday night. He was about twenty-seveyears old and for several years he was engaged in the grocery business, with his father. He was a victim of pulmonary trouble and recently returned from New MexiOwsley Ritchey, n J co where he remained several months, hoping to be benefitted. He was popu- j at family. " s Will pay 35 cts. cash and 40 cts. per lb. trade for butter. t Nell & Cheatham. 18-2- the Tom Epperson place, two miles west of Montpelier, sell to the highest bidder the following pro- 7,-0- 00 Last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. C. M. Russell and Miss Minnie Triplett entertained from 2 to 5 o'clock a number of lady friends, at the home of the latter. The occasion proved delightful for all in attendance. A salad course was served, and in the contest, illustrated by artfully arranged pictures, "Who is Who?" Mrs. Sam Lewis won the prize. The guests were. Misses Sue King, EllaGiltner, Carmen Belcher, Nina Hickman, Maude Griffith, Alice Walker, Madge Rosenfield, Leonora Lowe, Vic Hughes, Katie Murrell, Jennie Garnett, Sallie Baker, Mollie Caldwell; Mesdames A. D. Next Monday will be circuit court. There are many people in Adiar coun-t- p who have been agitating the building of a loose leaf house. On this day, while there are many people in town, would it not be an opportune time to discuss the matter, and also to take definite steps toward an organization? perty: 6 Coming two year old Send your small pictures for hair and eyes and complexion, If from group mark the one to be enlarged. High, grade crayon or pastel, standard size, Special price 82.98. W. E. Shaw, Kerns, Ky. enlarge-ment,color 18-2- 6 mules. 1 Flu Patients. Pair 3 year old mare The following new cases developed last week, but they are all doing well, with the exception of one: Miss Alice Walker, Guy Atkins Nell, Miss mules. 2 1 Terms will be liberal at Allen WalSee our new line of Jerico Rodgers-Th- e kers sale at the Epperson Farm near best ever bought to town. They Montpelier Sat. March 1st. guaranteed L. E. Young. are 18-- 2t Pair four year old Pair five year old mules. Latitia Paull, Mr. and two of Mr. and McAllister -- EubanK. Quite a number of people are fearful that too much attention will be paid to tobacco growing this season and not enough to corn. One farmer stated Thursday that in the Southern part of Adair county, ten acres of corn would be planted to every one acre set in tobacco, and it is likely the ratio is the same over the county. Patteson, W. B. Patteson, J. P. Patteson, George Stutls, Gordon Montgomery, Horace Jeffries, Robt. Reed, W. A. Coffey, W. A. Hynes, T. T Watson, Titus Mercer, Logan Winfrey, Barksdale Hamlett, Zora Rowe, Sam Lewis, George Wilson, Woodruff Flowers, A. H. Ballard, Allan Walker, W. D. Jones, Edwin Cravens. Obituaries, cards of thanks and personal letters sent to this office for publication will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line up to twenty Wanted to Rent. lines. After twenty lines have been will be pleasantly remembered by A farm with good land for tobacco set, the charge for the remainder will those present. The occasion was a be 20 cents per inch. Remember this corn etc., with dwelling and barn. six o'clock Martha Washington dinand do not send this character of matN. M. Ellis, ner. The rooms were beautifully decter unless you expect to pay ior it. t Columbia, Ky. red carnations and a paorated with Under the new tax law the assessor triotic touch was given by the display Three Score and Ten. goes over the book and where he of flags in the dining room. The color thinks a piece of property should be scheme was carried out in the table The birthdays of two great and raised he raises it then notifies the decorations, cut glass vases contain good men were celebrated in Columbia property holder. His action goes to ing red carnations being used. The on last Saturday. That of the father the board of equalizers. place cards were ornamented with of his country was observed in many small flags and hatchets. Covers Mr. J. W. Moran, who was sent to homes. But particular pleasure was were laid for fourteen, the following enjoyed by the family of Rev. Z. T. Lakeland about four weeks ago, reladies being present: Mesdames W. Williams in his home on the 22nd, ob turned last Sunday night, restored to A. Coffey, Willie Hines, A. D. Patteserving his 70th anniversary. Rev. his former self. His many friends son, C. M. Russell, George Stults, Jo Williams who has been pastor of the will be glad to read of his restoration Rosenfield, Jo Patteson, W. D. Jones, Christian church here 20 years and a to health. Zora Rowe, Gordon Montgomery, Geo. resident of Columbia for 15 years, on Buying and selling farms has been Staples; Misses Sallie Baker, Minnie the occasion of his birthday last Sat- an active industry in Adair county Triplett, Jennie Garnett. urday was the recipient of congratfor several months. Those who are Contributed ulations, messages, and gifts from far buying with the view of speculating, and near. A sumptuous dinner was have made considerable money. Died at Breeding. enjoyed by the family, members of whom present were his children: For Sale: Six niceDuroc Jersey Mrs Sallie M. Janes, who lived In Mr. Luther Williams, of Cave City, shoats. B. L. Conover, Breeding section, tbiB county, Mr. J. A. Williams and Mrs. the Columbia,. Ky. died Monday night of last week. She who live here, and their famMr. L. M. Young wants his friends was a lady who had many friends in ilies. to know,, that while in business, he the neighborhood and will be greatly He also See our big furniture department appreciated their custom. missed by those who had known her sucfor many years. She was 77 years old, for anything you need in the home. commends Mr. W. E. Harris, his cessor, to them. and was a victim to diseases incidental How about a new cooking stove? to old age. Mr. J. H. Janes, of this Nell& Cheatham. it The March term of the' Adair place, is one of her sons. court commences next Monday: Don't forget Allen Walker's big The civil docket is light, but there eale of stock, cattle, hogs and farm are quite a number of Commonwealth Valuable Property for Sale. implements, Sat. March 1st. cases. The beautiful home of Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett, on Burkesvilie, Ave , was the scene on last Wednesday evening, of a very enjoyable affair, which Accompanied by Mr. Robert Sublett and Miss Julia Moore, Mr. D. O Eubank and Mrs. Louisa McAllister, motored to the home of Rev. N. A. Johnson near town last Sunday and were united in marriage at three o'clock. Mr. Eubank is the junior member of the Crm of Eubank & Son, dealers in dry goods, Cane Valley, Ky., and is a splendid young man, Mrs. McAllister is a noble lady with many friends, some of whom are in our town. The News-Journwishes for them a pleasant voyage over life's stream. News Journal Campbellsville. The big sale at the Tom Epperson farm, Saturday March 1st. Allen Walker. mules. Mrs. W. E. Noe's children, Mrs. 16 Black yearling steers, Louard Bennett and son, two children the the best in the country. at Charley Parson and two at Cofhome of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 13 Good black cows, all fey; two at the home of Dr. J. N. heavy springers. Murrell. 4 Good calves. . Testing Seed Corn. 1 Extra good Aberdeen Farmers should not lose the lesson bull, 15 months old. of last spring with reference to the 20 Head of hogs. 6 Sets of harness. 3 Farm wagons. A big lot of farm impleimportance of testing seed corn. Corn that to all outward appearances was sound proved to be worthless for seed. The farmer should never take acbancewith seed corn, but should thoroughly test every ear Intended for seed. The sand and sawdust tray testers give good reand the rag-dosults. ll Mrs. O. C. Hamilton, Died at Absher. Mrs. Harriet Robertson, who was the wife of Delaney Robertson, deceased, died at her late home, at Absher, last Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. The deceased was about 70 years old, and was a sister of Mr. H- B, Ingram, this place. She was a la- ments. 7 Stacks hay. 50 Barrels corn. dy highly respected and will be greatly missed by the entire neighborhood. About six months ago she met with Ja stroke of paralysis, from which she never recovered. She was a devout member of the Christian Church, and her funeral was largely attended. Wanted, butter 35 and lb. 40 18-- 2t cts per 18-2- TERMS liberal, and will be made known on day of sale. at Nell & Cheatham. Bert-Epperso- n 18-2- C clf-cu- My residence property on Greens- e For Rent. 107 3 Co- In the next two weeks, if weather ban street, half mile from court-hous- c in Cetanfeia, Ky., and known as the Lo cost Grove Stock Farm. This is one of the nest desirable hones in the county has a splendid 'dwelling hsase, possibly thehest stock bam and corn crib in the cwnty. Otherwise well faireved. conditions are favorable, plowing for corn will occupy the time of the faracres of land miles west of lumbia, good tobacco land and barn mers. to house. Mr. Green Murphey is the overseer M. C. Winfrey, of the poor farm of this county. He t Columbia, Ky. has been in charge for some weeks. 16-3- R. D. Foley, Humble, Russell counHogs dropped 75 cents in the Louisty, Is reported Blightly wounded, in ville market last Tuesday. Figs also Fayaents can le arranged t sait the went down $1.50 on the hundred. Call ra w address e at C- - France, JHryer. Uiss Winnie DeHonejrhas accepted t if-3- il. F. ChewiiM. ' T ,1 IM a position at Carthage Tedn. The dog tax list, started last week, included precincts No. 1, 2 and 15. ' While the loose leaf houses of Campbellsville and Greensburg have been well patronized by the farmers of Adair county, the Louisville houses Allen Walker. have come in for their share. More than thirty hogshead have passed Valuable Farm Sold. through this place in the last eight Last Wednesday Mr. C. S. Harris days en route for the Falls city. This numtransferred his farm, one mile from tobacco was accompanied by a growers. Columbia, and containing 291 acres ber of more or less, to John D. Turner, of Willie Burbridge, of color, who it county. The consideration will be remembered was the delivery Harlan was $23,000. Possession is to be given boy for Reed & Miller, this place, for the first of April. Mr. Harris has re- number of years, died very suddenly cently purchased a large boundary of in Louisville one day last week. His land in Mississippi, and to which he mother left for the city upon receivwill now turn his attention. He has ing the information. no idga of giving up his citizenship in M. A. Lapsley sold to Ed Phelps, Adair county, a. statement his many last Wednesday, six head of fat pigs, friends will be glad to learn. that weighed 915 pounds. He paid The obituary that appeared in The from 813.50 to $15.50. They were only News, two weeks ago, on the death of strand a half months old. Mr. L. P. Hurt, was written by Mr. last The Lindsey-Wilso- n J. V. Dudley. It was well prepared Monday week. Some of the pupijs and was evidently consoling to the who had flu are not able, as yet, to relatives and friends of the deceased. return. The institution hopes to be The omission of Mr. Dudley's name week. d within to the article was an oversight in this office which we regret. Russell Shaw, Kells Shop, Russell county, is reported wounded, degree The new cases of flu that made their uadetermtned. Luther T. Redman, appeal ance last week are recovering. Roy, and Montie Sneed, Gradyville, Persons who have been afflicted should are reported slightly wounded. be careful to wrap comfortably before going out. There is nothing that has Sam Burdette., of this place, sold a better effect than precaution when and delivered to Williams Bros., of an epidemic is in the country. Cumberland county, last Wednesday eleven head of mules. They brought Clem Burton, of Tester, this coun- from $135 to 8225 per head. ty, sold his home place, containing one hundred acres, to G. T. Burton, a Petit thievery is still going on The few days ago. The consideration was latest is that some one entered the sheriff's office and stole a fine revolver right at 5,000. belonging to Mr. Cortez Sanders. Cane Vallev fs to have a broom factory. The machinery arrived last Next Monday will be circuit court. Tuesday. The March court usually draws a Born, to the. wife of Oliver Pdlly, larue crowd.. In all probability some fine stock will be cri' exhibition. February 18, a daughter.-- '"" well-fille- In the Hottest of the Fight. A writer of Milltown sends us the following: Milltown boys did their bit. Five were wounded in France. Noel Thomas, shot in leg and arm; Geo. Johnston, shot in leg and hand; Dennis Bell, shot in the hand; Cassius Beard, gassed; Jake Dohoney, of color, gassed. All the other boys of Milltown, are all right, their parents hearing from them since the war closed. Public Sale. On Monday March 3rd, Circuit court day, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following: Dinning table and chairs. Dressers, washstands and tables. Beds, springs and mattress. Lamps, Rugs, window shades. Pillows, Wash Bowl, Writing desk, couch,l large mirror. Heating stoves, pipes and mats. 100 fruit jars gallons. Sow and 6 pigs, Duroc Jersey. Also a number of articles in kitchen ware and dishes too numerous to men- thext tion. Sale begin at 10 o.clock at our residence in Columbia near Goff Bros. Livery barn. Geo. E. Wilson. When the bowels become irregular you are uncomfortable and the longer this condition exists the worse you feel. You can get rid of this misery quickly by using HERBINE. Take a dose on going to bed and see how fine youfiel next day. Sold by Paull Drug Co. AdT. Henry C. Curry, Cane Valley, who was slightly weuaded io France, has raapHori hnana.t V-- ,.iV " pw -- uAl'iMIMWEFlJro - L'Aimt wf 'A adair county news 4"3"S"fr4444e6 0 4S"fr0"QQ4&Q"Q4 e UTILITY GINGHAM NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED LATEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS LADIES Select Your SPRING DRESSES For UTILITY WEAR Now From ' These New Goods. : . B Q 1 dog S. F. Leach Milltown George Park Milltown 1 dog Will Ed Walkup Milltown 1 dog 1 dog Titus Hughes Milltown Clarence Keltner Milltown 2 dog 1 dog Tim Cravens Milltown C. L. Skaggs Milltown 1 dog T. A. Pollard Milltown 1 dog A. E. Keltner Milltown 1 dog James Thomas Milltown 1 dog Roliin Caldwell Milltown 1 dog Mrs. J. W. Townsend Mill-tow- n 1 dog , Willie Franklin Portland 1 dog V. 0. Compton Portland 1 dog EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also EUwood and American Fence. R.OOFING 5f del Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated CO. 1 8 J. K. Pile Portland J. A. Parson Portland Utility Ginghams Make the Most Common Sensj Dresses for the Girls and Children 1 dog 1 dog H Pierce Keltner Portland 1 dog Lewis Comptom Portland 1 dog 1 dog Allen Parson Portland Clarence Franklin Portland 1 dog W. S. Rodgers Kemp 1 dog 1 dog J. W. Posey Kemp 16 Caat Plathet Street Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. Louisville-Ol- d Incorporated Inn Hotel ZPLAJsT EUROPEAN Mrs. Alta Pickett Kemp We Have a Beautiful New Line of and FANCY GARMENTS QUALITY C. E Stults Kemp 1 dog 2 dog 1 dog 2 dog - SIKLS,! LADIES' WAISTS, of Liman Wilcoxson Kemp M. A. Rodgers Kemp Josh Hatcher Miami Continued $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. $1.50 and Up Rooms With 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best fire Protection Known to Insurance Engineers. M 2 dog LATEST PATTERNS, and FINE Allies to hold Munitions Factories Louisville, C 6th & and Control all War Material. Main Streeta. Kentucky. Co., Tobacco Canvass 4 Albin Murray Columbia, Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. 4 GaGG Dog Tax List. a J. A. Williams Columbia 1 dog A. C. Hatcher Milltown 1 dog Ed Littrell Milltown 1 dog 2 dog 1 dog Paris, Eeb. 18. When the Germans came to sign the terms of the new armistic, says a Hav-a-s dispatch from Treves, Math-ia- s Erzberger handed to Narshal e meFoch a morial, in which it was attempt-e- d to justify Germany's attitude it being maintained that she had done her be3t to meet her obligations. He also gave the Marshal a memorandum from Philipp twenty-three-pag- olum6ia lotor Freight We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and,'ICampbellsville, Equipped with large Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Post All'Country Freight delivered from new depot. Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons. We solicit your business. Office. Columbia E. JVIotot Freight Co., Proprietors, and J. Young, COLAJ2miK. KENTUCKY. adjoining counties. Cortez Sanders Columbia fore contracting. Latest 1 dog Jane Burress Milltown The following is a list of the Annie Willis Columbia proved machinery of all kinds. D. H. Harrison Milltown 1 dog owners of Dogs with their Post Walker & Elmo Bryant Co- Pump Repairing Done. Giv lumbia ldog G. W. Butler Milltown 1 dog Gffice address and No of Dogs me a Call. 1 dog J. F. Garmon Millton 1 dog Licensed by each person in pre- C. G. Jeffries Columbia S. C.Neat, H. D. Murray Columbia 1 dog ldog H. 0. Shirley Milltown cinct. I. C. YATES Mrs. Etta Caldwell Milltown 1 dog A. C. C Clerk Attis Hatcher Columbia 1 dog 1 dog Cus Haggard Columbia 1 dog J. B. Smith Milltown No. 1 fHE NEWS $1.50 & $200 Roliin Long Columbia ldog S. L.Blankenship Milltown ldog "Precinct No. 1 Continued. 1 dog ldog J. C, Sherley Milltown Gorman Morrison Columbia I dog 0. A. Turner Columbia 1 dog dog R. W. Shirley Milltown 1 dog J. W. Burton Coumbia SL. P. Murray Columbia. John Wilson Milltown 1 dog C. R. Hutchison Columbia 1 dog Owen & J. N. Burton Columbia 1 dog ldog William Rodgers Milltown 1 dog been complied with, a tele!H. 0. Mullinix Columbia Jii-d- . E. N. Gresham- - Columbia ldog Waller Morrison Milltown 2 dogs gram having been sent to Ella G. Scott Coluldog Estelle Wilson Columbia ldog Ulyss Rodgers Milltown 1 dog Warsaw from Paris last night. mbia 1 dog 1 dog Henry Morgan Columbia '&.. S. Todd Columbia 1 dog J. A. Butler Milltown The special commission of the W. S. Hindman Milltown 1 dog ."Mra.Lr. 0. Crawhorn Colum SamL. McCaffree Colum Supreme Council, charged with R. L. Caldwell Milltown 1 dog dog bia 1 dog bia drafting the terms of a definite C. H. Dohoney Milltown 1 dog ,Mrs. E. W. Schade ColumC. T. Stults Columbia ldog armistice which will hold good 1 dog Sam Smith Columbia bia ldog Ann Dohoney Milltown 1 dog 1 dog until the peace preliminaries are 1 dog P. H. Cheatham Columbia 1 doe .A. W. Paxton Columbia ' Skaffga Milltown rvi i iti. aog signed, has almost completed its 1 dog L. E. Bradley Columbia M. M". Hood Columbia ldog Alice oniney miucown 1 dog Porter Walker Columbia J. W. Todd Columbia ldog C. C. Hindman Milltown 2 dog task and it is possible, says a 1 dog Luther Flowers Columbia ldog John A. Caldwell Milltown I dog Havas report, that Marshal Foch !.. H. Smith Columbia Ed Hancock Milltown 2 dog 3 dog Elsey Young Columbia M. L. Lasley Columbia 1 dog will be able to notify the GerS. E. Blakeman Milltown 1 dog 1 dog J. B. Hadley Columbia :Zach Hughes Columbia lidog Fannie Blakeman Milltown 1 dog mans on Thursday or Friday the Hughes Columbia 1 dog Miss Minnie Garrett Colum.Sarrett Thomas Bishop Milltown dog millitary and naval terms which 1 dog Paul Smith Columbia bia 1 dog Clarence Edwards Milltown 1 dog will be essentially those of the 1 dog .J. R. Wilson Columbia Jim Karnes Columbia 1 dog 2 dog preliminary peace treaty. F. B. Cobb Milltown JMrs. Ella E. Feese ColumL. E. Murrell Columbia 1 dog 1 dog Laura Graves Milltown 1 dog B. E. Rowe Columbia bia It is understood that the terms 1 dog 1 dog Rachel Hughes Milltown 'Marvin Young Columbia 1 dog Mrs. Tess Williams Colum will include clauses by which GALUHET Belle Wilson Milltown 1 dog 1 dog Steve Bell Columbia bia 1 dog Germany will be allowed to VM BAKING POWDER J. C. Browning Milltown 1 dog 1 dog 3J. T. Murray Columbia L. M. Bennett Columbia 1 dog J. W, Wilson Milltown 2 dog maintain only 25,000Jmen under W. G. McKinley Columbia 1 dog Precinct No. 3. J. W. McClister Milltown 1 dog arms to keep order. BHHHHh aiHHHfl 1 ddg Will Hunter Columbia You save when you bay it. H P 1 dog ldog J. B. Keltner Milltown 1 dog Minnie Burress Milltown 'G. B. Yates Columbia You save when you use it. All war material beyondjwhafc 2 dog John A. Burress Milltown ldog W. R. Garlin Milltown Mrs. Bettie Rodgers Colum- K ingredients as have been is necessary to equip these troops 1 dog T. White Milltown 2 dog J. E. Powers Miltown 1 dog J bia . according to report, be HIGHEST ffiSS ldog Thomas Powers Milltown 1 dog would, 1 dog J. A. Garrison Milltown Columbia -- John Lester control of thejallies G. A, Atkins Milltown ldog Lewis Dudley Milltown 3 dog placed under Dr. Henry W. Depp ColuW. C. Stevenson Milltown 1 dog S. E. Reynolds Milltown 1 dog who will also hold Germany's mbia 1 dog 1 dog munition factories. A. J. Wrihgfc Milltown ldog Sam Pollard Milltown ieo Moore Columbia 1 dog 1 dog E. S. English Milltown ldog D. B. Finn Milltown 1 dog .?. T. Walkup Columbia Ldog T, T. Garrison Milltown ldog C. 0. Eates Milltown A child that has intestinal worms is 1 dog handicapped in Its growth. A few .Elizabeth Walkup Columbia 1 dog W. D. Harmon Milltown ldog Albert Mercer Milltown 1 dog doses of WHITE'S OEEAM VERMIldog Nell Patteson Milltown 1 dog C. M. Pollard Milltown Albert Moore Columbia destroys and'expels worms; the W. S. Bradshaw Columbia 1 dog Richard Shirley Milltown 1 dog C. T. Browning Milltown 1 dog FUGE immediately improves and child 1 dog C. G. Rodgers Milltown 1 dog ; J. F. Black Columbia 1 dog W. M, Johnson Milltown thrives wondefully. Sold byl Paull George Shirley Mjfitown, ldog C, M. Hindman Milltown 2 dog Drug Co. JPreaton Miller Columbia. 1 dog" . 'Adv. 1 1 I A Scheidemann, the new German Chancellor, complaining of the increasingly hard, terms forced upon Germany, and protesting againts the Germans being forced to evacuate Poland, delivering German fortresses to the Poles and abandoning the German peo ple there. A demand was made that the allies require the "Poles te cease their attacks against the Germans. This last request has already WELL DRILLER HENRY W. DEPP, IDENT1ST I will drill wells in Adair and See me be Am permanently located in Co, lumbia. imJSe and Inlay work a Specialty. J All Classes of Dental work done. Crow"" AH Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. B RuJdencePhoas 13 Business oe IS 9R. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST OSice. Front rooms in Jeffries BTcTg up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Borah Refuses. . . . 1 I !K i -- " : B IH IH I Washington, Feb. IS. Senator Borah, of Idaho, has asked to be excused from attending the dinner at the White House at which President Wilson will discuss with members of the Foreign Relations Committees of Congress the constitution of the proposed League of Nations. In a letter to Secretary Tumulty, Senator Borah said it was the custom to hold in confidence any information received at such a gathering and that he was not willing to be bound to silence on such an important subject, on which he and the President disagreed fundamentally. He added that nothing could make him agree with the constitution of the league as it now stood. White House officials said no other member of the committees had declined the President's invitation and that it was understood all the others would accept. On receiving the Idaho Senator's letter today Secretary Tumulty immediately transmitted it by wireless to President Wilson aboard the transport Geerge Washington on his way home from France.. - St jurf.v .? -- ? M4. stairrrr if3! ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AMERICA'S DELEGATES TO THE PEACE CONGRESS America's delegates to the peace congress photographed in Pans. Left to right : Col. E. M. House, Secretary State Lansing, President Wilson, Henry White and Gen. Tasker H. Bliss. mmiimi ffiimmm a name niir-'- i u I -j Hill IIJlJ M Blifffff K liili 'Mil III! HHHv Hill illill I!1 p"rF TALK about smokes, Prince Albert to a joyhandout standard WHERE THE WORLD PEACE TREATY WILL BE SIGNED 'Kit Sllflilf that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a lilKff MylfllIMifOiIi!Ofdi!if tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new! Get it straight that what you've hankered for in cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty That's because P. 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The handsome Hotel Crlllon on the Place de la Conco.t-e- , , ' Paris, where the American delegates to the pcq'couLiuu' M 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS fidalr . GoaiYty Neiils ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE PRE-MIE- R Paulished On Wednesdays. OF FRANCE. will be greatly missed among the colored people and her white From France. fe Dec. 24, 1918. Mr. Arthur Royse, && "V2r ftt Colamoi&i Keivtacky. Editor tARKSDALBlHAMLETT, Democratic no wDDejdeYoted to the Inters t Attbe City of Colombia and' th ptesla of Adair cad adjoining eountla, Entered at the ColumbailPost-offlclass mail matter. e as second IL50pcryer. All Zones beyond Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zones 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription due and Payable in Advance. WED. EEB, 26, 1919. c--y Advertising Rates. Obituaries are not news items. All news items are gladly received and published free. Obituaries, 5 cts, per line up to 20 lines. More than 20 lines 20cts per inch single column. Display advertising 20 to 50 cents per Inch single col. Xiocal readers: Eight point type, lOctB per line. Heavy 10 point black lace type, 14 cents per line. We handle the best grades ol all kinds of stationary that can be furnished from the mills at very reasonable prices. We guarantee all mail rders. Write for samples and prices. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Premier Georges Clemenceau, characterized by Lloyd George as "France's grand young man, was" attacked February 19, by an anarchist, Emile Cottin, known as "Milou." Seven shots were fired, three of which struck the Premier. One bullet lodged in the muscles of the shoulders, penetrating deeply, but, so far as is at present known, not injuring the spine, or penetrating to the lungs, Two bullets bruised the right arm and hand, white two other bullets are reported to have passed through the Premier's clothing. At the time of the attempted assassination M. Clemenceau had just left his home to drive in a motor car to a conference with Col. Edward M. House, of the American peace delegation, and Arthur J. Balfour, British Secretary of Foreign Affairs. Though bleeding profusely, M. Clemenceau was able to return to his home, where he reassured the members of his household and waved aside anxious inquirers with "It is nothing." Latest reports, from his attendants were that his condition was satisfactory and that he was cheerful throughout the day despite occasional fits of coughing. $1.50 per year in advance in Adair County and 1st and 2nd Postal Zones. 2.00 per year in advance beyond the 2nd Postal Zone. THE ADOPTION. TEXT-BOO- K The adoption of textbooks to be used in the schools of Kentucky for the next five years has been completed. No doubt some needed and good changes have been made. It remains to be seen when the complete list and prices are published whether material and real improvement has been made. It is significant, however, at this time, that while the Governor, who is chairman of the commission that he appointed, promised the people the fewest number of changes possible, the maximum number possible has been changed. While many of the books adopted five years ago were never our choice, and, we foughtbitterlynotonlytheir adoption, but the corrupt plan by which they were forced upon the people, we can see no improvement in the material and unnecessary andexpensive changes that have, by this commission been made. We have heard of no charges of graft and of no dissension among the commissioners, incident to this adoption. Indeed it has been done in a remarkably quiet way, we fear too quietly and unanimously. It Is of course, truly evident that the fewest number of changes possible would have worked the least hardship upon the masses of the 3eopIe the majority of whom are poor. At the same time the largest number of changes possible would naturally give the great-e- st opportunity for the exercise of insidious influences and graft mo usually incident to book adoption. However, all is well that tends well, and the dear people may never know the. difference 5n theie f at days of prosperity. J t ii v'l Dear father: This is Xmas eve and I am still in France. I diden't have the opportunity to write you on Dads day, so I will write you now. I havent received any mail yet. I hope you are all well and getting along fine. Some of the lucky boys are on their way home. I expect to be among the last to go back so I wont be disappointed, but there is one thing we can be thankful for,we wont have to dodge the big Mayen, Germany. shells and machine bullets. I I will try to write a few lines have been on several fronts; you to let you know I haven't for- have probably read about them in the papers. I was on the gotten you folks. I am a country boy, born Contigency front for several and raised in Adair Co., Ky. My weeks. We moved to the Sois- folks now live at Casey Creek, sons front and went over the Ky., I left my home Sept 20th, top on July 18, We advanced 1917, for the training, Camp Tay- about 4 miles and then I got my lor Ky., sailed for France June first wound by a machine gun 12, 1918, landed in Liverpool bullet just above the elbow on England June 23, 18. Stayed in my right arm; it didn't touch the England 6 days, left there June bone. I was sent to the Hospi29, crossed the English Chanel tal, and when I returned to my Ver-nulanded in France the next day in regiment they were on the front, then after several a small town by the name of Loharue and after a few days we days there I was slightly wound went to a Classification camp at ed again. It was a high exploEt. Aginan. After I was classi- sive shell this time. I don't fied I was signed to Co. D. 116 know just how close it struck supply train, stayed there untill but it sure shook me up and a some time about Sept, 1st. From small piece of the shell went in there I waB sent to Southern my right leg below the knee and NOT TO BE TRUSTED OVERNIGHT, France to a M. T. C. school and a piece in one finger. MYS TAFT. made fairly good. After two I will write again soon, give weeks schooling I went back to my best regards to all. I am your loving son, "The gentlemen in the Senate St. Aginan to a replacement Cohen Royse, who are setting out to defeat Park, then I was send to. the Co. B. 18, Inf. this League of Nations are those 3rd; Division. After I was signA. E. F. France, I would not trust overnight," ed to this Co., we were soon on former President Wm. H. Taf t our way to the Toul Front. We Plot to Assassinate Wilson. said last Wednesday in San stayed there a few days, then Francisco at a luncheon given in went to the Argone Forest better his honor by civic organizations, know as the Verdun Forest, A plot was uncovered in New where the 3rd Division went into York yesterday by secret service a3 a part of the programme of the Pacific Coast Congress of action on the morning of Sept. authorities to assassinate Presi28th, 1918. It is true that the dent Wilson in Boston the League to Enforce Peace. "They are citing the Consti- 3rd Div., stayed in action longer Eourteen members of a Spanish tution as an argument against than any other Div. that took branch of I. W. W. were arrestit," continued Mr. Taft. "I part in the battle of Argone ed and imprisoned. revere and worship that great Meuse, On Nov. 4th, just seven After being questioned at poinstrument, and it is a new story days before the Armistic was lice headquarters, where their refingers prints were taken, the to me if the Constitution pre- signed the 3rd Division was lieved. We went back for a rest prisoners were locked up without vents this people from playing were bail, pending arraignment before their part in bringing peace and but it wasnt long until we We happiness to ourselves and the on our way to Germany. a United States commissioner toterritory as the morrow. occupied the other peoples of the world. Germans withdrew their troops. Meanwhile mechanical experts "This is not a political quesWe made several stops along in were assigned to assemble a tion, God forbid. I am glad order to let the men have a rest. complicated machine found dis President Wilson went to EuWe made a long stop at Bettem-burrope, because he went bearing a mantled in one of the rooms a small town in the state promise of a League of Nations. The secret service raided. of Luxenburg, afterward had or"The application at this time ders to leave there and were soon agents said they could not exof the doctrine of avoiding en- on German soil. We hit the plain its purpose. Translators tangling alliances is reactionary Khine river at a small village by were put to work on a mass of to the extent of delaying world the name of Oherwesel, followed papers and pamphlets seized. One of the houses raided had peace one hundred years. - The the Rhine for about ten or been under police surveillance question at this time is whether twelve miles to Coblenz. Staythe whole great plan of the ed there for a short while then for several days as a result of meetings held tfeere it was said. League of Nations is to be decrossed the Moselle river, finely feated because we can't get a reaching our destination a small Eleven of 'the prisoners, when booked at the police station.gave majority of our Senvillage by the name of Mayen. New York addresses, two said ate for its ratification." We are now in a very nice place they lived in Philadelphia, and a staying in private homes. third said m's home was in ElizaRugby. We are in the army of occupabeth, N. J. All the men, it was tion which means that our Div. said, are Spanish aliens who Mrs. Loss Janes died a few will stay over until peace is have come to the United States days ago, at the home of her officially signed. during the last three years. son, G. W. Janes, near here. Well as I have got to get ready EDITOR AMONG PRISONERS. She was very old and had been for inspection tomorrow, I will According to the secret sers suffering for some time with a close, hoping you people of Adair complication of diseases. She the best of luck and Gods bless- vice men, a youth of 25, who was the widow of the late Loss ings. Hope to return to the gave the name of Jose Grau, is Janes, one of our best citizens. good old U. S. A. in the early chief organizer of the Spanish I. W, W. here, and is the- editor of Your scribe extends to the be- spring. a radical Spanish newspaper pubreaved children his sympathy. As ever your soldier friend, lished in New York. In the I. Pvt GreshamFord, Aunt Millie Curry, of color, W. organization, it was said, Company C. 3rd, SupplTrain W. died last week at Velva Vaughn's Sap- with paralysis. She fell over A, P. O. 740, American Eor-ces- , he is known as Armoldo atena. France. Army of dead as aoonfas she was struck. Frank Francisco and Edward She was afeood old darkey and m friends. Our folks here have all about recovered from Flu. Several of our farmers have started plowing, making preparations for a large corn and tobacco crop this year. Mr. J.E. 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CLOTHNG, NOTIONS, DRY GOODS, WHOLESALE g, and RETAIL. I two-thir- ds Mr L. Q. McCHster, well known in Columbia, his home, is now a member of our firm and would be glad to see his friends in the new home of E. L. SINCLAIR & CO., Court Square, Columbia, Ky. r J. Dowd, of the secret servicers well as New York detectives who Annoujrcemei SALE OF - assisted them in the raids, declared they had obtained evidence which would be used in an attempt to prove the prisoners had planned to assassinate President Wilson in Boston today. , Rhnc JerstfSflws awHfl MARCH -b- t0ft9.tM y- 7th, 1949 HILBABRAND tiMtomi. later Bg05 W -- - ttezaNt&tl ft THENEWS$I.50& $200 I'nHMiyMV fr a?c THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 Acres, 100 acres creek bottom brick land; bank barn 40x60, Mr. Oliver Willis has returned from tenant house, double house, Illinois. granary, implement shed, hay barns, Mrs. Lou F. Miller is visiting in other outbuildings, six never-failin- g Louisville. springs, two running streams, 40 acres Mr. Walker Bryant has returned bluegrass pasture; rest 'in cultivation , from the west. except 30 acres of timber; strong limestone soil; 10 miles of New Albany, on Mr'C. C. Holt, Jamestown, was here pike, i mile from school and church; a few days since. fine health. 500. Possession March 1 Mr. Bruce Montgomery reports that $12 Mr. B. T. Marshall, Campbellsville, 153 Acres, 35 acres in timber, 20 was here Thursday. that the word received from his wife's acres bluegrass pastnre, all under hog Breeding, was bed chamber is that she is doing finely Mr. T. E. Williams, of 25 acres in and that indications point to an fencing; 25 acres in wheat, here a few days ago. ? clover, rest in cultivation; 3 fine "Mr. Porter Grider, Russell Springs, ultimate recovery. springs and running water, Bryan Garnett, son of Mrs H. B. cottage, was here a few days ago. tenant house, large Mr. M. L. Young made a business Garnett, who is stationed at Camp bank bain; rolling limestone land; 10 Dix, N. J., is at home, on a short fur- miles from New Albany; I mile from trip to Louisville last week. 15 pounds since schools and churches: for quick sale, Dr. H. W. Depp was at the opening lough. He has gained he entered the service. $10,500. of the Jamestown circuit court. Mrs. Bettie Hutchison, who was dwelling, 126 Acres; large Mr. E. B. McLean called upon CoCasey Creek, for several very large barn, silo, granary, implevery sick, on lumbia merchants last Thursday. weeks, has greatly improved, and is ment shed; strong limestone land; 25 Mr. B. F. Chewning visited relanow at the home of her son, Mr. E. A. acres bluegrass pasture, 10 acres in tives in Taylor county last week. Hutchison, near Columbia. timber, 20 acres wheat; good fencing, Mr. Charles C. Fisher, of Glasgow, Mr. Luclan Womack and wife, of plenty of water, fine orchard; on pike, was here a day or two of last week. Chenoa, 111., are visiting in the coun- 9 miles from New Albany; 8125 per Mrs. Helen Turner, of Bowling ty. Mr. Womack, is a son of of Mr. acre; been ouerea $iu; one mne to Green, was here several days of last Hindman Womack, who removed to Interurban week. 116 Acres slightly rolling land; 35 Illinois several years ago. Mr. Bud Parson his wife and childdwelling Mrs. Lola Lovett left last Friday acres creek bottom; recovering from ren and mother are tenant house, 2 large to visit her sister, Mrs.Maurice Grubbs, and the llu, at Eussellville and her daughter, Miss barns, other outbuildings; good orMr. G. A. Kemp is rapidly getting Margaret, who is there in college. She chard; on pike, 4 miles of New Albany; 860 per acre; 12 acres wheat, 6 acres well, and will evidently be able to be expects to be away for some time. new meadow. out soon. Jklr. J. J. Hunter, a former citizen 50 Acres, li miles from New Albany Mrs. Taylor Young, of the Ozark of Adair county, now of Wichita Falls, dwelling, large on pike; fine section, was very sick several days of Texas, arrived on a visit last Wednesbarn, tobacco shed with outbuildings, last week. day afternoon. He has accompanied repair; house newly all in first-clas-s Mrs. J. Nick Conover left last by his Mr. L. G. Dohoney. papered and painted throughout this Thursday morning to visit her daughMr. Cassiu3 Breeding and wife and spring; concrete walks; water and sink ter in Ohio. Mr. J. S. Breeding and wife, who in kitchen; 3 wells; beautifully situatMr. V. Sullivan, who works indus- were at the Hot Springs, Ark., for ed farm; 86,500. trial insurance, was here a day or two several weeks, return id home Monday 300 Acres, 12 miles from New Alof last week. night. Mr. Casuis Breeding has been bany, 2 miles from railroad station; Kentucky. Columbia, Mr. Herbert Taylor, of Campbells benefitted. price of 100 per acre includes crop, ville made a business trip to Columbia Eev. J. S. Chandler and Mr. Ed stock and implements, every kind of last Thursday. JL Hill, of Campbellsville, attended the farm tool, new Case tractor costing Mr. Zach Campbell, of Elida, New gasoline engine, meeting of the Centenary Committee 81,400, many Adair 60 tons Mexico, is visiting his of the Methodist Church, held at this wood sawing outfit on truck, f Rollin Pickett Up where the big boys scream and Markets. Pickett county frieads. of baled of hay in the barn, place last Wednesday. There were howl, Felix Pickett Pickett Louisville, Feb.25. Dr. S. P. Miller and son, Mr. J.Press other ministers present whose names straw, 250 bushels of corn, 125 bushels And there's gas and hell and all, Cattle Prime' G. W. Pickett Pickett cotof oats, 5 tons shipstuffs, 3 tons Miller and wife and three children were were not reported. these red triangle export steers S15.0016.50; heavy shinThere's tonseed meal, 2 registered sows, 23 Melvin Bingham Pickett ing 13.15; light $1113.00; heifers ?8 quite sick last week. men, Miss Julia Eubank, one of Colum200 head of dairy cattle, 5 fine horses, 13.50;fatcows $9.0011.50;medinm $6.50 Marvin Bingham Pickett Mr. H, P. Willis, who is one of bia's artistic milliners, left last Tues- chickens; dairy barn 110x30 feet, with Up where your comrades fall. 9.00; cutters ?5.506.50;eanners 855.50 C. O. Adair's best citizens, was reported day morning for Louisville and Chica Keltner Keltner Here we'll have to pause and say two L's 30x50; cistern and pump in bulls S7.10.; feeders ?8.5013.;stock-er- s quite ill last week. A kind word for a chap, W. P. Price Keltner go, where she will remain several 3 6 room house, 37.00 to $10.50 choice milch cows Mr.E.G.Wethington, Clementsville., weeks acquainting herself with all the barn; houses, And he is the good old red cross man, cottage; 5 cottage and new 895115; medium $6095; common A. R. Sullivan Keltner was in Columbia last week, looking latest designs, and in due time will reAnd goes up where they scrap, Finis Finn Keltner S4560. barns;4 wells; running water; 4 cisterns; He passes out all that he has, af tertils interest here. stock here. ceive an Calves Receipts 197 head. Prices 50c u. H. 3 springs; good fencing; fine orchard; Keltner Keltner And does it with a smile, Mrs. Woodson Kerr, of Campbellshigher. Best veals $14.5015.00 Mr. and Mrs. Count Stults were in 26 acres new ground in orchard grass; While the other bloke, grabs for the medium 8.E014.50; common 58.00 Mack Keltner Keltner ville, visited her mother, Mrs. Malissa Louisville,-lasweek, and while there 3 fine poultry houses; schoolhouse on t Hogs Receipts 4,706 head. Prices T. B. Finn Keltner Francs, Christie, last week. motored to the home of Mr. E. E. farm; immediate possession; 14 acres on all grades steady except light pigs, Chas. Fagg pile. Keltner Mrs. John Lee Walker, who was Tandy in Floyd county, Ind. Mr. timber; 40 acres in clover, 56 acres pas- Like a miser Oser and his which sold 25c lower. Best hogs 180 Back to the bird fn the S. O. S. dangerously ill a few days of last week, Stults reports that Mr. Tandy and ture; rest in cultivation. lbs and up 17.50 150 180 17.10 pigs W. S. Pickett Keltner With his sorry doleful plight 150 down 813.5015: thro wouts $14.25 J. K. Rodgers Kelter considerably better. is family and also Mr. Asa Loy and famIf you want to buy a farm, see us. Who really hates to count shoe strings down. Miss Lillian Willis, who is at the ily are comfortably situated on a good We specialize in farm land. 33 head Laiuson Rodgers Keltner Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, And thinks he wants to fight, home of Mr. J. Press Miller, was quite farm. no changes were noted in prices; best J. F. Rodgers Keltner G. L. RUSSELL, I crave to take these burning youths, sheep 39.00 9.50,bucks 87.50down;best sick with flu last week. 336 Yincennes street, Mr. Geo. T. Flowers, Jr., a former Alvin Rodgers Keltner By their soft slender bands, New Albany, Ind. lanbs 31516; seconds $10.l"t Culls' Mr. Finis Phelps family are down citizen of Columbia, now a resident of Both Phones. Marvin Coomer Keltner And lead 'em into the scene of Hell t 389. with the flu. The children of Mr. D. the suburbs of Monticello and the That bound by moral bands. J. H. Compton Keltner- Butter Country 2728c lb. E. Phelps have recovered. sheriff of Wayne county, came over The Other Bird. no its too late and they're going But Eggs Fresh, case count candled S. S. Posey Keltner .Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker and the first of last week, to see his fathback 32c to 35c Below is a poem written by Albert Ann Blades Keltner their little son John Ritchey, were er, who is sick at Gradyvilte. The The boys from the S. O. S. Bryant, and sent to his Father and Curt L.; Tarter Keltner Deacon's many Columbia friends were quite sick with flu last week. They'll be heroes from over there, NOTlCfc. sisters. It is a mare contrast of the M. L. Price Keltner And we will stay here 'til we rot I Mr. Anderson Merrell who was glad to hand him the paw of recogni- S. O. S. boys and those on the Front. tion. guess, Flowers and Wethington Garage. C. G. Matney Keltner stationed at Camp Mead, Md., has Altert went through the fighting in of how they drove the They'll tell Mr. M. Cravens, who underwent an been discharged and is now at home. G. H. Parnell Keltner France and is now in the armies of ocHuns, operation in a Louisville infirmary, cupation located We repair all kinds of automobiles. Lonnie Dudley East Fork Mr. Geo. XL Palmer, an oil man of at Fort Festung From the Marne to the Eiver Vesele Our prices are right and our work is Cleveland, Ohio, was here last week, some weeks ago, reached home last Ehrenbreistine Germany. Claud W. Keltner Pyrus While the man who really bit the all guaranteed. All kinds of Ford looking after his interest in the coun- Friday afternoon. He stood the trip "When other bird from the S. O. S. parts furnished at lowest prices. Porter Sexton Pyrus Chunks very nicely from the city, but it will ty. Terms cash. We will greatly appre Kenis Pyle Pyrus down to his steak and pie, Sits fully reIs still reading A. E. F. mail. Mr. J. A. Dulworth, who is kept be several weeks before he ciate your trade. Located near Smith He proclaims his wrath with scorchShelby Gibson Pyrus They will tell of how they took the covers. Mrs. Cravens, who was with tongue, Roller Mill. In Green busy looking df ter his affairs ing heights husband while he remained in Rufus Gibson Pyrus Yours for business, And swears he' rather d ie and Adair county, was here last Thurs her Of dizzy Mountfaucon, Louisville, returned with him. Jo E. Flowers & Robert Wethington Walter Parnell Pyrus day. Then count out cans of Monkey meat t And the siege of the, Argonne woods, Lewis Mcintosh, the manly young J. M. Bragg Basil And check oft leaves of punk, Mary Lee Rosenfield, of Smith's And how they carried on came herefrom Louisville That he wants to fight and hit the boy who W. E. Monday Basil Grove, Ky., is spending a few weeks We'll occupy the "Vaterland" Dog Tax List. gaff, with Eev. R. V. Bennett, and who T. L. Monday Basil with her grandmother, Mrs. Jo EosenAs we are doing now, going to entered the Lindsey-WilsoAnd a lot of other Punk, field. The following is a list of the A. J. Gowen Basil And eat the "Chinese Army Grub," Campaign Hat his home when the flu broke out, has He wears a good-olBetter known as "Raw Tin chow." owners of Dogs with their Post T. D. Price Basil Mrs. Lee Grissom was with her sis- been dangerously ill with double And a pair of Eusset Dogs, Some day perhaps our scow will sail, Office address and No of Dogs A. J. Coomer Basil ter, Mrs. Robert Chewning, of Ro-- pneumoniae It is hoped that be will And has a little Mademoiselle And take us across the foam, mine, who was quite sick several days recover, as he was a favorite in the Licensed by each person in pre- Ezra Bennett Basil To share his dialogues. But the only thing to welcome us. of last week. S. C.Neat, institution, the kind of boy that would While the man in arms contents him cinct. Rufus Bennett Basil Will be the fact that we are home self r. Norman Christie, has been dis- make a man. A. C. C Clerk Lawrence Moore Basil The cherring throngs with welcome charged, and is now at home. He had With a can of old "Corned Bill" Willie Wilson Basil arms, Precinct No. 4. He casually reads his undershirt, a long spell of sickness, but Is now page 2. M. W. Bennett Basil Brave(?) S: CvS: Dog tax list continued from Who meet our looking all right. For literature is Nil. Will be dispersed and passers by 1 dog Clem P. Coomer Basil G. T. Kemp Pickett He wears a Stetson made of tin Mr. Jas. Garnett and Mr. W. A. Who say, more of these birds I guess, His dogs weigh many a pound Lawrence Rodgers Pickett 1 dog Claudie Brown Basil Seed Oats. Coffey, of the Columbia "bar, were in But we'll always know who stripped 1 dog C. S. Maupin Basil When nightfall comes, he builds his W. H. Kemp Pickett attendance at the Russell circuit the Boche, "Flop" 2 dog Willis Keltner Basil' W. J. Edwards Pickett court last week. 1,000 bushels Northern "White Spring And bridged the river Vesle, And turns in on the ground. 1 dog Willis Coomer Basil G. M. Rodgers Pickett I Mr. T. I. Smith, Jrof Cane Valley, oats for sale. See me before buying. Who reduced the salient of Mihiel, You read a lot of phony junk about T. B. Barbee, 1 dog Riggin Benett Basil And stormed the Argonne trail, R, E. Pickett Pickett mho has been serving Uncle Sam, 'In the Y. M. C. A. Columbia, Ky. O. S. will spill their lead, The S. 4 dog Ivory Bennett Basil France, has been discharged and W. C. Rodgers Pickett But for all the fun the fighter has, reached home last Friday. And pull their Here stuff, 1 dog Poras Bennett Basil . . Pickett You bet your socks he pays, But when the fighting men come home Jenkins Pickett Bltchey, BurkesvUle,. ai- - Hiss Ida Grant, a daughter of Mr. . ? Hr. J. H. 2 dogs Azel Wilcox Somebody says down in Faree Say. watch us call their bluff. William Lowe Pickett a few days ago, to V Pvtr. Albert Bryant, rlrarl lsfc FridXV. tO be With his J. B. Grant, sold Basil" " a bear a Y there thats 2 3og Harrison Brown C. H, Rodgers Pickett iT. W. Knifley, a Jersey cow and calf There's 2000866 Supply Co. 1st Pioneer Inf. Basil-- daughter, lira. John Lee Walker, who Bub the front line donb benefit 1 dog Francis How A. E:I,."n Brice Edwards Pickett for 8120, , !.- 1..... imij eltV Vim Is onwa 1 w UB WW For the S. O. S. are there, 212 Personals. Eev. J. L. Piercy, pastor of the Mr. Jo Nat Conover was over from Monticello last Monday. Methodist church, Monticello, was among the visiting ministers who attended the meeting of the Centenary Committee, Mr. Eay Flowers, who has been stationed at Buffalo, N. Y., received his discharge last week and reached home Friday night. He is looking in Farms for Sale. e 30E I Essentials of Industry AND FOR THE O Tillage of the Soil o VULCAN PLOWS Disc Harrows, Culti n o B vators, ft GLOBE FERTILIZERS. Let Us Fill Your Orders Now Before The Rush Season Is On 0 o to Best Grade of Field Seeds O son-jn-la- Clover, Timothy, Red Top, Oats. We Buy the Best that Science and Soils Produce. Try Our HESS' POULTRY and STOCK Tonics at this Time of the Year for Good Results and Animal Food Economy. jSC4i THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, 1 ao i OE lOE 25-to- 1 dog- - 1 dog: 1 dog: 1 dog? 1 dog-1 dog 1 dog. I dbg: 1 dbg up-to-da- te r dbg: I Gbg. I dog- - 1 1 dog 1 dor 1 dbg- X dog: 2" dbg; X dog-X dog 1-do- 16-3- 1 dog. 1-- dogr 2 i dog; dog:-- . 1 dog: 1 dog: 1 dog- - 1 dog.-1 dogr 1 dog. 2 dbg: 2 dog: 2 dogr 15-4- t 2 dog; 2 dogr I; dogr n, d I dog: I dogr 2 dog. 2 dog:: gr 2 dog. 2-- dog: - Local News 2dog-- I'dog3 dogr 2 dsg- - 2 dog 1 degL 1 dog: 17-2- b dogr - BaT "."$& 2ffr lffo& '!.&& " hat-.ta- w- -w ""' ' adair:countysnews Public Sale ' mMMWMmMMmWmmmmmm WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. Having sold my farm, I will offer to the highest and best bidder at my farm on on the Stanford Pike, near G-arli- WOODSON iiieeaiiielwM m LEWIS WOODSON LEWIS, 1919. Thursday, March 6, 1919, ' AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. i 1 Spring heifer, and one 5 Head good horses stripper cow A Head very fine Percheron 50 Barrels corn mares 6 Tons hay , 150 Head stock hogs, if Wagons, Buggies, Plows, Mowing Machines, Hay not sold before sale Rakes, and all kinds of 1 Extra good Jersey cow Tools and Farming Implements and calf AH of My Household and Kitchen Furniture. Two Tracts of Land. 135 Acres lying on the waters of Sulphur creek. Good improvements and well timbered and watered. 38i Acres joining the farm of Alvin Burton. TERMS made known on day of sale. J. I. CASE TRACTOR I CLEM BURTON GARLIN, KY. CALLED HER FAMILY I BEDSIDE Not an experiment, but the result of 4o years successful tractor building by the larges tractor builders in the world. EMeaCTsgBgtEgKgjgJissgssgsasgga Call at our store and see this I 1 1 wonderful tractor on display and 1 let us explain why this is the I tractor to buy. 1 TO HER Sis Tears Ago, Ttinkiig She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat N Ske Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. Royse City, Ter. Mrs. Mary of this place, says; "After the hirth. of my little girl. . .my side commenced to hurt me. I had to go back i bed. We called the doctor. He Jreated me... but I got no better. I Cot worse and worse until the misery Kil-man, PROFIT SHARING CERTIFICATES GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY CASH SALE. ASK ;was unbearable... I was in bed for three months and suffered such agony that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . I told my husband if he would get me a. bottle of Cardui I would try it. . . I commenced taking it, however, that evening I called my family about me... for I knew I could not last many days unless I had a change for the better. That was six yean Npt and I am still here and am a wH, strong woman, and I owe my life t Cardui. I had only, taken half gfca bottle when I began to feel bettass, The misery in my. side got less... 3 continued right on taking the Cardui until I had taken three bottles anfl 1 did not need any more for I was wQ and never felt better in my life... I have never had any trouble from thai day to this." Do you suffer from headache, backache, pains in sides, or other discomforts, each month? Or do you feel weak, nervous and fagged-putIf w, give Cardui, the woman's tonic, ft J. 71 trial. ? FOR CERTIFICATES AND PROFIT SHARING CATALOGUE WOODSON GR,EENSBURG, many, is expected home at an purpose of being treated, has re-- 1 early date. They also further I turned and reports he is feeling stated that he had been under no Detter. Miss Ella Antle and Miss Pol-li- e heavy shell fire on most of the Alas! battle-front- s of France. Belle, two of the county's achad we ourself been a physical complished young teachers, left I LEWIS KENTUCKY.! MMmmWmMmMFmWmmmmmWMWMMWmmmmMm mmm family will go to Illinoie where counties; but commercially the they expect to make their future poorest in the "world." Give home. ' 'uncle' ' Ben Allen bought us river transportation, a good Mr. Clark's dwelling and lots at pike to the railroad, and our old the sale for $425. county would cake on new life COLD A Field L off imou. FIELD Because He Sowed Mm Satisfaction IH W WM Wi'ir1JfyWpl,My v.1 Bai . E. H . fl I man, what a different tale we last Sunday for Campbellsville, where they will enter the Ruscculd tell. Rev. TJpchurch, pastor of the sell Creek Baptist Academy. M. E. church, on the Jamestown circuit, filled his regular appointment at Bethlehem the 2nd Sunwhile Mr. L. C. Warriner, who Owensby. day for the second time since he is a merchant of many years" ex-haa hpon on the work. Before penence, continues to mane The flu having subsided, the coming to this part Bro. community tnings num in tne soutn ena. general health of the was a Y. M. C A. workJ so lt 1S t0 De observed ngnt now very good. is er in the army. He has the apour burg is on a boom. that Exclusively WhoUula nmeuil t r crrr Mrs. Fanny Acree left on the LOUISVILLE, KY. night of the 14th, for Terre Haute, Ind., to be at the bedside of her son Wallace, who has taken a relapse from the flu. and present a different picture. ow of the late Shirdon Hudson, With the constant whistle of has rented a house of Mr. J. M. boats, and honk of great auto Dunbar. Mrs, Hudson with trucks, methinks we hear old "aunt" Sis Hawkins, an old y Russell raise her voice and exthat lives with her, will re- claim: "come unto me, all ye weary and tired of move from her property to the that are work, and I will give you rest. above at once. "Aunt" Victoria Hudson, wid- la-da- Wheat, oats and young grass are looking fine in this section. Mrs. S. E. Wolford and Mrs. The farmers have been busily Julia Collins, two of the oldest engaged in turning the soil, dur- ladies of our community, are ing the pretty weather just past very much in declining health. So if the "old man" continues Mr. S. B. CollinB and Mrs. to smile on us, the indications Martitia Carter sold 50 acreB , are, fere will reap a bountiful harwithout any buildings, of the vest. J. M. Dunbar sold a milch cow old Carter place, to Sam Helm, for $925. W. S. Antle and wife, of Mont-pelie- to Elmer Blair for 60.00. r, spent frpmJSaturday un"Uncle' ' Ben Allen, merchant in the north end of town, is do- til Sunday visiting at D. G. They- :report that their ing" lively business with the jjasoline griit mill and crusher son, Ray, who is in the ervisec which he has lately installed, and stationed at Cobltnz, Ger- - Gri-der- 's. Mr. Harlen H. Haynes, silverBorn, to 'the wife of Elihu Colsmith, and formerly sculptor, is lins, Feb. 13th, a daughter; to doing a good business. the wife of Bill Guffey, Feb. 14, pearance of a christian gentle a daughter. Mr. Alexander, Burkesville, liked by all who Omra Wolford bought a pair salesman for the Louisville Groman and is know him. of work mules from O. C. Kim-ble- r. cery Co., was calling on our merchants last week. J. M. Dunbar sold 5 shoats to Green Dunbar, of the Welfare Mr. E. M. Montgomery had a We are informed that an apsection, for $18.00. Green Kean sale the 13th, He has a position propriation included in the Rivalso sold 3 to the same party for in a bank at Burnside, Ky., and ers and Harbors bill for the purlie per lb. will leave immediately for that pose of buying the lock and dam Popplewell's sing- place. As Mr. Montgomery is sites for the improvement of Mr. Herbert the on last Satur- one of the county's best teach- Cumberland river, from Burn-siding at this place, s business man day night, is reported a success. ers, a down, has passed the lowsing on and good citizen, we. regret very We understand he will er House of Congress, and been night from now much for him and his interest- favorably reported in the Senate. each Saturday., ' ing family to leave our county. For goodpeople, education, fine on. , C C Holt, who made a trip Mr. Hoskins Clark also had a farms and many other things, Mr. Clark and Russell Co., is equal to hersistar to Louisville, last week for the sale the 14th. Up-church in the stomach or bowels Is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of it quickly take HER Gas BINE. ulant It Is a marvelous liver stim Sold fcy and bowel purilier. Paull Drug Co. NOTICE. Adv " Flewers and Wethington Garage. e, first-clas- We repair all kinds of automobiles. Our prices are right and our work is all guaranteed. AH kinds of Ford parts furnished at lowest prices. Terms cash. We will greatly appreciate your trade. Located near Smith ' Roller Mill. Yours for business, Jo E. Flowers & Robert Wethington 154t The News $1.50 and $2.00 ifiif.VJ ADAIR CQUNCy To My Father's Friends. V Automobile Line. f - mi L. A SKETCH OP HON. JOHN The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is I think I should be false to my owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his father's friends if I did not send them this message. It may be employe safe and reliable drivers. Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. t difficult to write with due re PHELPS. The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 1 2 Ply $2.25 Address, I Campbellsville Hotel Ll, Jamestown on Feb. 10, a large crowd of neighbors and friends assembled to pay their last respects. The Captain, as his inusually called , timate friends A him, had peacefully passed to 3QOC3SC$G8G- y the other side on Sunday morn$ ing, the 9th, lacking one month of being 76 years old. ) S I H IL H MAN The simple, impressive services at the church were conducted by the pastor, Rev. Upchurch, assisted by Rev. 'H. B. Guinn, of the Christian church. vxvi. They spoke briefly of my fath$ $X$$X$$$ er's service in the army as a sol dier of the union, of his admis-sio- n to the bar after the war, of the public positions he had held Main and Depot Streets and of his early espousal of the temperance and local option W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. cause and his firm adherence to We cater especially to Commercial Travellers the principle of legal prohibition the rest of his life. Electric Lights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms. While he had not practiced law RATES S2.00 PER DAY. or been in public life for a num: : Jampbellsville, Kentucky. ber of years, I think I gained a fairly accurate estimate of his characteristics and of the prinSubscribe for The News, $1.50 and $2.00 a Year ciples that guieded him in both As a lawyer he was not as widely read as some of his associates. He stuck to a few of the best books and I have yet to meet a Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Pressed. man who seemed to get more education out of the same amount PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. of reading. In one important HENBY HA1ST branch of the law, Evidence, his ? Columbia, Kentucky. associates used to say he was W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. straint of one's father, but I shall try to do so. At the Methodist church in FLOROID. - 2 Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon, Harness, Bridles and Breeching. GRASS SEEDS W T. PRTPF II. i J.U.U I f Cookingifeanges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE -- SUkLUlY BONDS NS h hh and FANCY GROCERIES- - INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES $NRugs Furniturc, Carpets, and Druggets. $$H$$$ itchen abinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room 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. Paramount Theatre Will Open Soon. Watch For & Prnonfam Anrl &- -" F"5 LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S 2trL"97? - .L2;c. at'VSVTFlWKf-f- . mssesms'T' rrr " Announcement. 7,1 0, NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. - 55K 5K 5K . K- Columbia Barber Shop JLOY &r LOWE A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionjand Gratification are Guaranteed. 3K 3K eK! Give us In public life I think he never $ 5K 5K 5K a Trial and be Convinced. ! UNDERTAKER. of coffins, caskets, and robes. keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. I also We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. I keep on hands a full stock Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, Office Phone, 168. Columbia," Ky lOHnmn The Louisville Trust CO, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Trustee, andean inaliy ActsasErecutor. Administrator. Guardian. Aeent, Committee and as such in any County in the State. Pays 3 per cent1 per Annum on Time Deposits. A. G. STITH.Sec ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. JOHN STITES. President. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MUlior Dollars. Kentucky Oil Exchange Wire or telephone at our expense, orders for purchase or sale of Majestic, McCombs, Pyramid, stocks. Williams or other active Kentucky 2 oilcommission basis, at promptly executed on Orders for purchase or sale dally at our open call session companies12:15 P. M. agents in the sale of Treasury nor act as We .neither promote Stoclc Special Investigating and reporting department at service of all Interested. Uncorporaieu Street, 120 South FourthMain 2624. CityLouisville, 7184. Telephones: Ky. Renew for The News in Advance. $1.50 and $2,00 per vear. , calculated closely whether he should win or lose. He merely gument he disposed of with the asked; "Is this right." If he most scathing irony I have ever decided it was, he was ready for heard. "Personal liberty," he the fray. would exclaim and his naturalAs a public speaker he pos- ly fine voice expressed a world sessed unusual force. He never of contempt "the liberty to attempted to speak on a subject get drunk, to be a fool, to waluntil he had mastered it. His low in the gutter, to beat your style was crystal clear. No one wife, maybe; to let your little had any doubt about what he children go cold and half starved meant. As a prosecutor he drove while you spend your money at straight to the vital issues in the the saloon; in short, to be a crimcase and when a prisoner, who inal, for voluntary drunkenness was willfully guilty of an atro- Blackstone says is a crime: no, cious crime, heard him once he such is not my conception of libwas not likely to want to erty." Then when some of the hear him again. A shrewd de- personal liberty advocates were fendant in an important case mad enough to fight or start a who sought a change of Venue, disturbance in the audience he afterwards admitted that his would begin telling an amusing real reason was that he did not story and they would smile in want my father to prosecute spite of themselves and decide him. to hear him through. But it was in his opposition to He held the offices of County the liquor traffic that my father Attorney, member of the Legisfelt he had contributed his best lature and of the Constitutional services to his fellow men. I Convention of 1890. It is signithink I am strictly within the ficant that after many people truth when I say I have never said he could not be elected to heard any other temperance or any office on account of the opprohibition orator bring together position of the liquor men, he such an array of arguments as was elected to the Constitutional he did. Convention without opposition be- in either party, As I remember he usually gan by answering the arguments One thing I think I ought to of the liquor men. These, for mention. He sought the counthe most part, came under the sel of good men of all parties heads of "business", "revenue" and creeds. One of his most and "personal liberty." The trusted friends was the Hon. J. first he disposed of by showing P. Montgomery, who served that as a business the liquor with him in tho convention: antraffic meant only economic loss other was th lion. Wm. Hern-doto the country; that the revenue of Lancaster; another Eld. was really paid by the drinkers Z. T. Williams, of Columbia, and and not by the dealers at all. I could name many others, .none But the "personal liberty" ar-- of whom, I believe, . belonged to n, j A scald, burn, or severe cut heals slowly if neglected. The family that; keeps a battle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT on hand is always prepared for snch accidents. SnM hv (PuullDrugCo, Adv. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises andWounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFJFICIENfc antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound Veterinary Surgem and Denlfsf begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the Special attention given Diseases of all IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALDomestic Animals ING AGENT. Buy ib now and be Office at Residence, 1 mile-otown, on ready for an emergency. Sold by Jamestown road. Paull Drug Co. Adv the same party or to the, same church my father did. He never lost interest in public affairs and during the last yearhis views seemed to me singularly clear and correct. Of his private life it would not become me to speak, except to say that both in public and private relations I have never known a man of moreJUunswerv-in- g integrity. There was no , no concealment. You always knew exactly where he stood, what he meant and what to expect of him. Of course he had political opponents and, at times, personal enemies, but in all these years I have never heard that even one of them said that John L. Phelps could be guilty of a dishonest act or do an unworthy thing in politics or anywhere else. A. legacy of which I am very proud. Lilburn Phelps. double-dealing- in commerce and industry. soldier-voter The will see to it that America is provided with similar highways. During his days in France, the "Yank" does not recall meeting an unimproved road outside of the actual war zone. He felt many times that had he been forced to travel over the average American highway, the results of the battle of Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel and Sedan might have been different Notice. We have closed out our planing mill and all parties indebted to us are requested to settle at once. I4-t- f Bryant & Burton. L. H. Jones f The good roads of France have made a great impressionffon the American soldier. He knows how they saved the Country from the Hun hordes by Tri-Col- or Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky, Dr. Elam Harris OFFICE 1M. OFFICE permitting the quick transportation of troops; he is learning whtU they mean in work of re habilitation and, what they Evidence 123.K Second Floor . Cor. Main aad DepeCSts meanJd , OABmLSyETJLBJCY. MrSht. awai aw! 2 ( A . u B. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS out that eulogy of senator Vest peo 3K on Fidp. The trou ble with as ple who claim the dog as their 3E patron saint, and who feel that they are doing the State service by killing partridges, is a narrow or distorted vision. Fifty years ao, virgin forests covered as our domain, game was plentiful; you want When you up a house or any and most of people were too busy to hunt. Now cultivated 4 The stock of will give fields have replaced the forest, the habitat of game is destroyed to give of mill work which we sell is except for bobwhite; and he is because is made service needed to destroy the insect J& pests, of farm, orchard and garden. But a gang of men whose daddies left them land that cost YOU one dollar an acre that' now will You, are assured of high quality at a fair price. Our business methods bring from $25 to $100 an acre, 3K make new friends every day. must use a pump gun and a setter dog and ruthlessly destroy as an innocent, clean, and useful bird that is worth more to a community than fifty idle sportsis our policy to help our customers save money, avoid 3K men. Daniel Boone and Simon complete in the purchase of all z Kenton needed a rifle, axe, hunt3 waste and ing knives and dogs; but they of lumber and Whe'n were pioneers, reclaiming the wilderness. When men were : plans wejtell them how to buy economically and us called to defend the colors, I didn't see the birdhunters line plans are indefinite, we fre--3- S & what to use. When up very fast. My boys had always been too busy to hunt; but the need. Hjuently make the call of their country became "H OUK CUSTOMERS ARE the voice of God; and three of them left good salaries to elimiof with a fair we give a nate Prussianism from the earth. All were getting good salaries; Come in and price and one was badly wounded, one 5K 4k. Wp ATP. in thft for all kinds of loers and unfinishp.rl r was fighting when the bugles ,, V w vw. Q 7K pealed, "Cease firing;" and is J6 lumber. still in France, while still another is yet in uniform. The boy who was wounded is receiving $4.50 a day; and one too young to enter the war is making $108 a month. These raging defam-er- s per 100 10 to 16 in POPLAR: ( ( of Kaiser Bill had to, at least 2.UU 17 to 20 in ( three out of a family, stay at 2.50 21 to 24 in -- 5 it home "To take care of Granny" 3.00 25 and up- .and beat back the savage horde $2.25 per 100 CUT 8ft 3 OAK: of partridges, .White Oak must have good growth Permit me, in conclusion, to Chestnut and Oak cut 10 ft. and up ' in pay a tardy tribute to my friend $1.80 per 100 length, clear stuff and kinsman, the late Larue P. t 1.25 " Run, Beech Tree Hurt. He was a noble indus2-- 3 the price of good ones, except trious citizen and withal, an honAll Common Logs est man, the noblest work of those 8 feet long must be clear cheer5K God. He was pleasant, ful and optimistic; and generous and The fierce Spirit of the glass and scythe has garnered in many of my friends 5K and kindred and their loss is sincerely mourned. So far none of my sons have perished in this world war; but I have dropped the silent tear of sympathy over many pupils of days smallpox, mumpB, measles and last skillet. We have a local Caser, N. C. iFrom that have made the supreme sacscarlatina; but controlled the sit- law for this, Cleveland county; rifice. Many, many, of my favuation and had a fine average. also a game law to protect parlEditor News: In my room, we have Latin, Al- tridges. Your Uncle Melvin does orite pupils sleep the sleep that "After something of a lapse, gebra, English History in addi- not go to the Legislature; God knows no waking; and gaps are your tion to regular curriculum. knows he has enough to answer in the ranks of former friends :?gain admission is sought in enjoy the While I --columns. After thirty years fighting on for; but he prods the Cleveland and schoolmates of both sexes. Barksdale Hamlett my part and some few others; member; and his hillbilly electors of Hon. But with Larue, all are enthrin- furnish a very excellent local light is beginning to dawn on are not to be trifled with. For ed in fadeless memory; and in to Journal; I seldom read it while the realm of education. By a thirty years his face has borne the consolation of Christianity, .teaching. My family enjoy read- majority of 100,000, the voters the scars of conflict; and he has hope to live again. ing it, and I have never had it have added an amendment to been a voice crying in the wil- we have a changed from my home address. State Constitution for six month's derness for better schools, bet- We know there is a divine es it term of school; with a promise ter highways, the protection JBut on my home visits I read of sence that animates all nature and if any special of adequate pay for teachers. birds and the elimination of and holds out the light, hope with delight; my wife The first requisite is to really be worthless curs. Good dogs are and consolation that we shall .'feature appeals to me, a teacher and not merely a para- a necessity, if there be any; and never, never die. Farewell, informs me by letter. she La personal site that draws breath and sala- shepherds, mastiffs and bloodvWhile speaking of rue, an eternal farewell so far as say that ry; and next pay a skillful crafts- hounds may be in this class. --matters, permit me to But an enroll- - man a decent wage: say $65 a if they are valuable, let them sublunary things are concerned; ..our school registers monthly month. It might surprise some help bear the burden of taxation but may we meet again on shores mentof 142; and our was people in Adair county to learn like the horse, cow, hog and eternal. average at last report of that I hold a life certificate. prevalence Melvin L. White. sheep; all of which are food or TThiswas despite at present is very Among other moves in the draft animals. Until my which attainyearns. Dr. Hunt, of Casar, right direction, the State is about ments of 50 years, I had to Gas in the stomach or bowels is a pay cases within a radius of t&asSO disagreeable symptom of a torpid liv law that will cause a poll tax; and is a dog better Nearly all schools in to enact a . .fita-mileshad to stop; but every worthless cur to pay for than a man? When you corner er. To get rid of it quickly take HER , ".this coanty have So far, privilege of killing sbeep, suck- a demagogue or a ring paper BINE. It is a marvelous liver stim -- we boon serenely on. disseminating hy- - they weep into a purifier. Sold by : no cases. 'Last ing eggs and handkerchief ulant and bowel TfC "" Adv Paull Drue Co. ltL to contend with drophobia; or, he has licked his big as a circus tent, and x$MMx$ A mixture Sash, Doors, Windows. put material that other structure entire satisfaction. guaranteed the best right. it BUY FROM US CAKES, PIES AND BREAD f of Dough and Dirt may not $$$3$ be offensive to cer- - W tain Tribes of Indians because they do not know any better, H J but their women would soon be out of a job if their men folk could have a taste of our CAKES, PIES AND BREAD. W fe The people of this community know'how good they are and material the also know they are clean and made of the best World Produces, There is an art in Bread making in which we are Proficient. Quality and Cleanliness Are our twin Mottoes. WHEN jg SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS get satisfaction building material. xx$ MRS. J. R. WILSON. 4 $ e$i3 It -- DIAMOND RINGS Platinum Settings, Wrist Watches, Rings, Bracelets, Chains and Lavaliers, Clocks. Solid Gold, and Silver Jewelry. Gemco Razors. They are Guaranteed. L. E. Columbia,- YOUNG, kinds their thev tell jg Because their suggestions that suit FRIENDS material high quality get acquainted. guaranteed. market -- - Jeweler, Kentucky. $ Public Sale -- W W7LL PAY FOR LOGS $1-80 jfe- ON MARCH 6, 1 9 19, Mont-pelie- r, I will offer for sale at my place, near Adair county, Ky., the following, to the highest and best bidder: One bay mare One pair 16 hand mules Three hogs One 3 4 in. wagon One aet Wagon harness 1-- . Sandusky & Youn Columbia, warm-hearte- d. Kentucky. One buggy and harness Twenty-fiv- e or thirty barrels of corn Three turning plows, one cultivator Several double shovel plows, and harness $i9KS8SS8S8SJS)K ef-fpr- Household and Kitcnen Furniture Many other items too numerous to men. tion. Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m., and terms made known on day of sale. by-gon- e, W. L FLOYD, Albans. Bivouacs Montpelier, Kentucky. Veteran of St. ta With Comrades. Gen. Bennett 3. Young, Con- Used 40 Years federate veteran, lawyer, bank- m " Sjitrwe Ji..ha had snuffle - er, historian and author, died of infirmities incident to age at 3:05 o'clock Sunday afternoon at 429 West Ormsby his home, avenue. He was 75 years old. Death closed a career of peculiar picturesqueness and ended his services to a community which for a half century had felt his support and influence. In the earlier days of his association with the activities and growth of Louisville, fifty years ago, General Young was a builder whose monuments stand today in the Kentucky and Indiana railroad bridge,; of which he was the constructor, and in railroad CARDUI J The Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere r.s construction, which since that time has served the city. In later years he was best known as a lawyer and a historian of affairs of the state of Kentucky. He also was known thruout the nationlas a. commander of the United Confederate Veteran. "sIJ