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On Saturday, the first day of March, Miss Maydrue Sinclair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Sinclair, was married in Corbin, Ky., to Mr. Zach Lanham, who is a native of that place, and who recently returned from the army. By The profession, he is a machinist. life of the greater portion of the bride was spent here where she is remembered by the young people. The couple will reside at Corbin. The bride's parents will remove to Columbia in the next ten days. New Millinery. Miss Jurors-Circ- uit Court. J. H. Judd is among the patents. Dr. S. P. Miller has recovered from the infaeaza. Mrs.'Eee Grlssom is quite sick with pneumonia. Dr. J. W. Rafferty, of Pellyton, was here Monday. Mrs. N. B. Kelsey has been quite sick for several days. Mr. R. C. Borders, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. Mr. Henry Nicholas, of Sonora, was here a few days since. Mr. Mat Engleman, Campbellsville, was here last Thursday. Mr. W. HSandusky is a victim of pneumonia, and is very sick. Mr. T. A. Chapman, Glasgow, was here the middle of last week. Mr. Jas. Anderson, of Greensburg was in Columbia during court. Spring and Summer Sample from Mitchell & Church Co., N. Y., have arrived and I am busy taking orders. My line consists of the latest colors and designs, in Suitings, Silks, Messa-linFoulards, Pongees, Linens, Willow Taffetas, Voiles. Organdies, English Percales, Silk Shirting, Romper Cloths, Silk and Cotton Tissue, Gingham,also Liberty and Victory Ginghams. A number of other articles useful and cheap considering Widths and Quality. See my line before completing your wardrobe. On display in my office in Hancock Hotel, Burkesville, St., Columbia, Ky. I will be pleased to show you this line which places you under no obligations. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. Bing-hamtd- n, e, Lo-raine, B. H. Coomer, of Amandaville, S. Breeding and wife, this place, and Mr. Casslus Breeding, wife while attending Circuit Court here and little son, who recently went on a last week, paid a pleassnt visit to the health seeking tour to Hot Springs, News office Mr. Coomer related to Ark., stopped over at Little Rock friends while here, how his son, where they were met by Corbett Dempsey Coomer, had a fierce engage- The following gentlemen make up the two juries for the present term, of circuit court: OKAND JXTRY. Breeding and family, J. M. Campbell and family, and P. V. Grissom and" family, who showed them every attention, making their stop over exceedingly pleasant. They brought out their automobies and took the Adair county people over the city, showing them all the interesting buildings and naming the great enterprises of of the city, The former Adair county people, as we learn from Mr. Breeding are doing well, making money and are perfectly delighted in their Arkansas homes. ment the week before in the forest near his home with one of the largest eagles ever seen in the hills of Cumberland county. The bird was captured unhurt by young Coomer and measures seven feet from tip to tip. Mr. Coomer has had several handsome offers to part with his fine trophy which seems to be heartily enjoying his captivity. Livery Outfit for Sale. R. H. Price, foreman; W. B. G. H. Scaggs, J. G. Gadberry, L. W. Tabor, G. C. Reece, Mont Hardwick, Roger Page, Bingham Moore, J. C. Wooten, Zeno Harmon, S. C. Hood. Dul-wor- th, PETIT JURY. Farms For Sale. Mr. Farmer: Mr. Jo S. Sandusky, wife and Julia Eubank returned from the millinery markets test week. Mr. Uriah Selby, Russell Springs, was in Columbia a few days ago. Miss Louise Grissom, who was quite sick last week, has about recovered. Mr. W. E. Harris made a business trip to Campbellsville a few days ago. Miss X- - i . IV ll t ' 1 ) r. & Come to Clark County Indiana, just Bradfordsville. visited relatives across the Ohio river from Louisville, here last week. Jas. A. Rosson and Iven Morris, and buy your farm. Goff Bros., Columbia, Ky. have been discharged from the serLimestone, blue grass, orchard grass vice and reached home last Friday. and tobacco soil, Good markets, good Died at Denmark. Misses Vera and Catherine Colvin, roads, excellent schools, price $50 to n of Campbellsville, and Miss Willie Sunday, of last week, Mr. John H. friends at that r acre. have been known in this place and had many Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Bliss, visited citizen of Rus- dropping off and at this time Cane Payne, a White &HcCuliough friends. His remains were interred Messrs. W. R. Lyon andJ. A. Stotts the latter part of last week. sell county, died at his late home, Valley and Glensfork are ahead of it. 408 Spring Street near Camp Knox, Green county, his Spurling, of Campbellsville, were here Mr. E. B. Barger, of this place, has Denmark. He was a victim of pul We have a splendid correspondent at Jeffersonvilie, Indiana. old home, Saturday, many of his forFriday. signed with the Memphis team for monary trouble and was about forty-fiv- e Gradyville, and his letter alone should mer neighbors being present. 3 Mr. Geo. W. McLean, who has been this season. He was in Louisville last years old. He was a son of Capt. command a large list of subscribers. quite sick for several weeks, is im- week for the purpose of meeting the Will Remove to Indiana. Wm. Payne, who was also prominent We would be glad if the people in that Adair County Boy Now on Rhine. manager. proving, in the affairs of Russell county during section would wake up, and again sup Mr. Walker Bryant returned from his lifetime. John Payne was a big port the county paper as in days or Miss Dora Eubank, who teaches at Mr. Paull Antle, son of Mr. U. L. Bryan Dudley, son of J. J. Dudley, Roy, has returned from Brodhead, Ky., acme down Friday Indiana a few days ago where he pur- hearted man and his death brought the past. We are thankful to Cane of Glensfork, who volunteered for Antle, of Valley, Glensfork and Milltown who service overseas in 1917 and when he night and remained over Sunday. She chased two tracts of land in Clark grief to many friends. France. county. In one tract there are 113 are running neck and neck. In fact, was barely 21 years old, and who has Mrs. Ray Conover and little son was accompanied by little Miss Nina Remarkable. acrces for 'which he paid 370 per we would be glad to have a larger list seen much active service on both land James, who were quite sick last week Strange. e in Adair county. acre. The second tract contains 210 is a record for a small boy who at each Here Judge James Denton, of the Somare better. and sea, is now a staff supply ship plyerset bar, had business before Judge acres, a splendid dwelling, containing lives at Jamestown: Max Wheat a ing between Cardiff, Wales and points Mr. H. K. Alexander, Burkesville, HERBINE cures constipation and Carter last Thursday. He was ac twelve rooms, water works and fell son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wheat, Allied occupation along the Rhine. called to see our grocerymen a few regular bowel move- of This and. a grandson of the late Frank companied to Columbia by his broth- other modern improvements. days since. Be at the Paramount Theater next property lies three miles from Jeffer JoneB. is iust ten years old. He is a ments. Sold by Paull Drug Co. er, Mr. Lincoln Denton. Mrs. W. Adv An infant son of Mr. and Saturday night. Big show. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery is doing sonvilie, and the purchase price was constant reader and a bright pupil in .E. Harris was quite sick a few days of school. A short time ago he entered reasonably well at St. Anthony Hos- $15,500. Will Jones was tried last WednesOn the 18th and 19th of this month, last week. This property will be Mr. Bryant's the examination for a high school day, charged with resisting an officer. Bishop Collins Denney, one of the pital, but she does not improve as e Mr. J. J. Yorg, Lebanon, rapidly hs her friends would like. Her home and he will r jmore to it some certificate and passed. At four years He was fined $30 and given ten days leading divines of the Methodist inspector, was here and out in the husband was with her last week. time in this month. of age he was reading newspapers. in jail. The jury in the case of the Church, will be in Columbia for the county last week. Mr. H. S. Robinson, of the Camp Commonwealth against F. H. Dur- purpose of addressing the District livery outWe have a first-clas- s Lost. Mr. F. L. Wilson, President of the bellsville bar, and Mr. O. E. Hogan, ham, charged with perpetuating a Council which will be presided over sale. Horses, buggies, harPeopleB Bank, Russell Springs, was muisance-keepi- ng a stock pen on by Judge Charles Williams, of circuit clerk-o- f Taylor county, were fit for here a few days ago. ness, single and double' teams, Somewhere in Columbia, a crank Greensburg street, failed to agree. It in attendance on Adair circuit court The meetings will be held Mr. C. C, Fisher, traveling sales- last Wednesday. drummer's wagons,doubIe teams, for an Overland machine. Please re- is reported that they stood six and in the Methodist church and people man, of Glasgow, was at the Jeffries' Call at our barn or write to turn if found. six. Mr. Mont Willis, of this place, is at etc. from all parts of the county should Hotel, a few days ago. Kinnaird Rowe. Adair home, just from France. He was acGoff Bros., Columbia, Ky. There Is a move on foot to give the attend It is not often that Mr. W. H. Sandusky and wife who companied from Camp Taylor by D. The many friends of Judge D. R returned soldiers of Adair county a county people are given an opportunJohn Bell, a boy of this town, 19 have been down with the prevailing Tarter, who was also in France They years ago, was the big dinner in Columbia. In our Judg- ity to hear a Bishop. years old, charged with entering Sam Carr, who, some disease, are about well. have both been dischareed. Judge of this district, will be ment the day should not be fixed too Lewis' store and stealing about 8160 Circuit The Louisville Post and tlie Glofca Miss Alleen Montgomery, who was Mr. Geo. Montgomery left last week sorry to learn that he was bereft of early. Soldiers will be arriving until of fur, entered a plea of guilty Democrat published, last Friday, an confined to her room last week with for Quanah, Texas, his future home. worth his estimable wife last Sunday night along in June, and they should all be interesting account of and the jury gave him the lowest the business flu, has about recovered. Quanah is where, his wife and her peocoming at her late home in, who are coming this year, before year in the peniten- week, the end punishment, one career of Mr. Melvin A. Traylor, an Mr. E. E. Shively, and daughter, ple reside. Mr. Montgomery has been marriage she the dinner is spread. tiary. If he conducts himself proper- in Glasgow. Before her Adair county product, which will apmem.Miss Flossie, who have been afflicted in the service and was only discharged get out in was Miss Jennie Lynn and was a ly, while in prison, he will pear in the News next week. a short time ago. He will be missed Soldiers and Sailors Banquet. with the flu, are better. ber of a prominent Cumberland counten months. Sat. night Oliver Marosco presents ty family. She was 62 years old. Mr. Al Sinclair is here from Cor-bi- by his many friends here. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery, who has prepare chis Ban- the Famous Irish actor George Bebon, The Committee to For Rent or tale. It is reported that he will re been in St. Anthony Hospital, reachPlease Notice. quet for the 1st of April during the in "The Cooks of Campaign Canyon.-- ' move his family to Columbia. ed home last Sunday afternoon She One and 32 acres, including the old Demobilization Conference in Colum- Don't Miss this Paramount picture at Masters Nathanial Tutt, Harlan was accompanied from Louisville by will hold the quarterly meeting bia, ask for the names of all returned Paramount Theatre. I Parsonage, located at forks of Judd and Marshall Montgomery, who her husband, mother, and sister-i- law, District for the Sparksville charge, at Con- soldiers and sailors of Adair Co. Glasgow streets. Burkesville and iiad flu last week, have about gotten Mrs. B. F. Rowe. Home brings conRobert Moore and Parker Gamett, cord, March 15, 16, and for the Colum- Please report to the News Office. tentment, and it is hoped that she T. C. Faulkner, well. will soon recover her health. bia charge March 16, at 7 p. m., and This is very necessary. Want to two colored boys, charged with stealColumbia, Ky. Mont Page, of Cane Valley, who has ing wheat from Robert Conover's bin, Dr. h F. Page, of Indianapolis, at 10:30 a. m. March 17. know how many to prepare for. .returned from France, was in Colum- Ind., who returned from France two were given atrial last Friday. The For Sale. Let the Stewards please take notice bia the fiast day of circuit court, look- weeks ago., spent a portion of last I have for sale three good farm jury gave them ten months ecah in reports ready for the week with his brother, Mr. Jas. T. Pure Bred Plymouth Rock Eggs and have their ing fine. mules 151 hands high, 4 and 5 years the county jail. conferences. Page, and his Bister, Mrs. Mary J. prepaid. old. Mr. R. T. Jones and daughter, Miss Blakeman. He was in charge of Base $2.00 for 15 S. G. Shelley, P. E. The following gentlemen compose Allen Walker. 20 2t W. D. Murrah, JJuba May Jones, of Pellyton, Visited Hospital in France and ranked as a the Board of Supervisors and they are We have been informed that a large 20-8- t .relatives in Columbia the latter part Major. Elkhorn, Ky. Miss Nellie Gose, of Knifley, daught- now at work: J. N. Coffey, E. P, Henry and Allen Conover, who have shingle factory will be instalfed at of last week. Gose, was operated Hancock, Thos. Humphrees, John C been employed in an auto factory, Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty,a Glenville in a very short time, and er of Dr. and Mrs. Mr. Hering Burdett, wife and Akron, Ohio, White, Walter Antle, Jas. Simpson, returned home a few county, and a very also that a company will establish an on for appendicitis, at her home, daughter, of Lebanon, visited at the days ago. Toey reported that George native of Adair surgeons of Louis- W. H. Burress. Two able minister, is in very poor health. immense department store, requiring .home of Mr. C. H. Sandusky last Fri- Herriford and wife were employed in ville came out and performed the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson are the same factory. George is an in- He has a chronic kidney trouble and Jive or six salesmen. Glenville could operation. day and Saturday. The patient is doing spector of tires, an easy job. and his has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., hoping well afford to start other necessary entemporarily located in the Hancock Dr. O. P Miller was called to reasonably well. wife is doing clerical work in the of- to get relief. His Adair county rela- terprises. apartment house. Miss O. M. Reed Ind., Saturday to see a son fice. They receive big pay. tives and friends hope to hear favorSee Lewis Young for Kodaks, has removed to the old Reed homeMr. John Burbrige, of this county, The people of Columbia desire to exable reports of his condition. stead, and Mr. B. F. Chewning is ocwho Is very sick. I have pure Buff Orpingtons, Northtend their sympathy to Mrs. Jo Rus- - Films. Albums, eta His ad ex cupy the dwelling she vacated which Mrs. V. Sullivan of Campbellaville ern cockerls. The hens are prolific laysull, of Lebanon, who lost her mother plains more fully. Ladies. he recently bought. Mrs. Duncan, at Greenville, the first .has been very sick for several days. ers I will deliver a setting of 15 eggs L. M. Smith, manager of the UnKnitting for the .Refugees to be glv of' last week. She was a victim of Mrs. Louise Jones, who was the wife She is with her parents Mr. and Mrs at Nell & Cheatam's for $1.00. Knifley last ion Store Co., of Cane "Valley, was in Mrs. T. B. Phelps, en out from the Red Cross Room ev- pneumonia. Mrs. Russell attended of Nolin Jones, died at A. Young of this city. 20-Phone, 75 C. ery Saturday afternoon. Friday. She was a daughter of P. A. town on Wednesday. He reports that the funeral. Hr. C. O. Hamlett, of Farmville, one of his ewes gave birth to 3 Iambs Chelf and a very estimable young last week and all are fine and health Va i a brother of Mr. Barksdale Ham-Jet- t, Last Wednesday was a very disagree Mib. Mary Perrymah, who was the J. H. Kearns and Miss Urial David- woman. She was about 27 years old. specimens. is vteifctog at the Hamlett home, able day here, It rained and snowed widow of the late J. M. Perfyman, son, were tried in the Adair circuit Sam Blakey, sea ef GL "W. Blakey,, from morning until night. The at- died last Sunday afternoon at Pelly.aad looking over the town. Mr. W. C, Van Hoy has purchased court, last week, charged withadul-try- . mosphere was also very cold. the celebrated stallion Ball Chief of of near Olga, got his arm broken lasft ton. ,Mr. Barksdale Hamlett, editor of They were fined ?35.00 each. Sunday week. C. D. Cheatham. This horse to the Rev. W.-H- . Sinks will preach at the If you want to see a good Paramount itbe News, is wrestling with the flu. saddlers-- . Watch Lourard Bennett's sale vww largely Hksoa, Barksdale, Jr., and daughter, U. B. Church Wednesday and Thurs- show, be at the Theater next Satur- i A splendid show at the Paramount sire, of many .good attended and everything sold weu. next week. for an ad . '. cne&cer next oaturaay nignc. day, nights of this week. day night. ,. .Mttfe Margeretare.better. J r Mo-raI50-pepost-ofBc- e well-know- n 20-1post-officpost-officHod-gensville. for sale. Will sell altogether or sep arate, to suit the purchasers. It consists of horses, double and and single teams, double and single harness, buggies, drummers' wagons, etc. We offer our livery outfit Julia Eubank desires to state to the ladles of Columbia and out in the county, that she has just returned from three cities where she purchased the largest and most artistic stock of M. Blair, Joel Watson. millinery even bought for this place. RESERVES. J. C. Reece, W.F.Sanders, A. W.Roe She has not a doubt but she will be able to please the f astldeous, and she P. Burton, H. P. Cravens, A. Darnell. proposes to sell at the shortest profits. Died at Campbellsville. She also has a nice line of ready-t- o wear hats, and she cordially invites Mr. Charles Walls, who some years her friends to call at her store. ago, was a citizen of Columbia, died at 3everal years ago the largest sub his home, in Campbellsville, last Friscription list this paper had outside of day night. He had been an invalid Columbia, was Gradyville, but our for six months. He was generally G.W.Collins, R. W. Firquin, W. B. Morris, H. P. Nelson, G. B. Murphy, Frank W. Shepherd, Charles Murray, L. D. Dudgeon, J. M. McGaha, Edgar Adams, S. F. White, J. W. Simpson, G. B. Cheatham, J. E. Johnson, R. A. Corbin, Uriah Keltner, W. M. Smiley, Jas. Corneal, W. L. Fletcher, J. B. Russell, A. D, Grant, G. A. Smith, J. n. n " -- last-Saturda- Jeffer-sonvlll- e, , J. 2t - 1 , -- v . -- j ,-- --r .. . U Adair county news Dog Tax List. J. H. Preston Sparksville J. P. Preston Sparksville 1 dog 1 dog The following is a list of the owners of Dogs with their Post Office address and No of Dogs Licensed by each person in preS. C.Neat, cinct. Clerk A. CJ C (A .$ 'A A m fA . J. M. WOLFORD, Precinct No'. 6. 1 dog Sam Simpson Breeding CASEY CREEK. Ktt 1 dog Murrell Roe Breeding 1 dog J P. Trailer Breeding Di Elam Proctor Garnett Breeding 1 dog 1 dog I, C. Harvey Breeding ville 1 dog rcEisrTisrr. 1 dog OFFICE 164. M. E. Traylor Breeding 1 dog Elroy Rupe Sparksville Rasldsncs 1I3K Malissa Branham Breeding 1 dog Mary E. Bohanon SparksOFFICE Second Floor G. C. Coomer Breeding 1 dog ville 1 dog Cor. Slain and Depot 19 ta B. A. Wilson Breeding 1 dog Lucian Yarberry SparksOABEJIXSVlliLE, KY. Fiovd Branham Breeding 1 dog 1 dog jLocaland Ganoraf Ans3th3tiC3 Administer ville R. H. McKinney Breeding I dog Bud Yarberry Sparksville 1 dog 1 dog Herman Yarberry Breeding 1 dog kEugene Roe Sparksville HENRY W. DEPP, . Lizzie Thurman Breeding 1 dog J. F. Gilpin Sparksville 1 dog , t John Thurman Breeding 2 dog Granville Jaggers SparksDENTIST 1- &A'jfjtAfita- WA T dog Am permanently located' hi Go,-William Bragg Breeding 1 ville 2 dog your smoxetaste 1 ' i, I JIB" l !J ' Him , up against a L. W. Sparks Breeding 'i' 1 dog 1 dog J. W. Wilson Sparksville a iim ijUj jsp imsn lumbia. F listening post and you'll All Clas'sifoT Dtinhil work done. CW illl 1 dog Alex Stilts Breeding 1 dog H. P. Nelson Sparksville ' lifwi get the Prince Albert call, all right! dftd'tfnd Inlay watt, a Specialty. T. J. Patton Breeding 1 dog 1 dog J. E. Rosson Rugby You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and & AH V7orX Oaaranfccd ' 1 dog opTrtght lfil&by Clarence Patton Breeding 1 dog M. L. Gibson Rugby M get so much tobacco joy out of every IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIK' it J. 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Williams DirigoJ. B, Jessee Toria Ansil Thomas Fairplay W. A. Janes Toria 1 dog 2 dog Lucian Compton Picnic Jo Turner Fairplay 1 dog J. D. Patteson Picnic 2 dog Noah Jessee Toria UTILITY GINGHAM Follis G. Petty Fairplay . 1 dog Joe Pelston Picnic J. M. Thompson Toria 1 dog Lee Turner Fairplay 1 dog James Etes Picnic 1 dog J. M. Young Toria Sam Campbell Fiairplay Ulyses Scott Toria 2 dog Curt Stephens Picnic 1 dog A. F. Stone FairpJay 1 dog Thomas M. Estes Picnic A. F, Janes Toria 1 dog Luther Gadberry Fairplay 1 dog G. W. Janes Toria 1 dog Ed Eates Picnic 1 dog Elbert Turner Fairplay 1 dog .LATEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS 1 dog O. E. Cheatham Picnic J. W. Flatt Toria 1 dog S. Fl Harvey Fairplay 1 dog 1 dog J. J. England Picnic Finis Roach Toria Tdog ?. H. Bryant Fairplay " 2 dog 1 dog S. A. Coomer Picnic N. R. Roach Toria 1 dog T. P. Lewis Fairplay 2 dog ' 1 dog T. B. Curry Picnic L. A. Reece Toria 1 dog Lawrence Young Falfpfay 1 dog .Select Your SPRING DRESSES For UTILITY WEAR Now From W. R. Rowe Toria 1 dog Otha Nooks Picnic 1 dog John Bennett Fairplay "i dog 1 dog E. F. Grider Picnic J. C. Janes Toria 1 dog These New Goods. Lander Mclntire Fairplay 1 doj? Buel England Toria 1 dog G. A. Hoover Picnic 1 dog Z. L Bennett Fairplay 1 dog' C. E. Stotts Sparksville 1 dog Charlie 0. Piercy Picnic 1 dog W. R. Burbridge Fairplay 1 dog" J. C. Hunley Sparksville 1 dog W. B. Thomas Picnic 1 dog Rollin McClister Fairplay 1 dog Ginghams Make the Most Common Senas Riley Janes Sparksville 1 dog Herschel Williams Picnic 1 dog Larue Loy Fairplay 1 dog Rollin Janes Sparksville 1 dog Sarah L. Hadley Picnic 1 dog Thomas Pulliam Fairplay 1 dog Dresses for the Girls and Children RobieBrummett Sparksville 1 dog Hiram Brown Picnic I dog Tom Green Fairplay 1 dog Harvey Morrison Sparks Precinct No. 7. 1: dog: Fin's Harvey Fairplay 1 dog ville J. L. Darnell Fairplay 1 dog J. W. Burdridge Fairplay ldog W. M. Brummett Sparks-Joe Rosenbaum Fairplay 1 dog 1 dog J. W. Young Fairplay ville We Have dog Line I. 0 Roe Fairplay 1 dog Andrew Turner Fairplay 1 dog; T. F. Curry Sparksville 1 dog Cassius Loy Fairplay 1 dog John Henry Bomer Fairplay 1 dog" FANCY GARMENTS Rollin Dooley Sparksviile 1 dog S1KLS, LADIES' WAISTS, 1 dog Nancy Jane Hurt Gadberry 1 dog J. A. Bryant Fairplay C. W. Gowen Sparksville 1 dog George A. Harvey Fairplay 1 dog R. G. Loy Gadberry 1 dog J. D. Gowen Sparksville 1 dog Robert Brown Fairplay LATEST PATTERNS, FINE QUALITY dog T. 0. McClister Gadberry 1 dog Abner Harvey Sparksville 1 dog Silas Cundiff Fairplay 2 dor ldog W. H. Smith Gadberry Lonnie Rowe Sparksville 1 dog G. G. 2 dor Bennett Fairplay ldog J. A. Darnell Gadberry C. C. Coomer Sparksville 1 dog Anthus Loy Gadberry 3 dog John Wheat Fairplay 2 dog B. E. Curry Sparksville 1 dog 1 dor, J. G. Bryant Fairplay ldog J. B. Jones Gadberry W. S. Loy Sparksville 1 dog Martin Frankum- Gadberry 1 dog D. C. Bryant Fairplay ldog Simpson Roe Sparksville Tdog C. H. Bryant Fairplay ldog W. Fred Sparks Gadberry 1 dog T. Rupe Sparksville J. 1 dog ldog W. H. Hammon Fairplay ldog AIvinLoy Gadberry George T. Campbell Sparks2 dog James Frankum Gadberry 1 do J. E. Willis Fairplay ville 1 dog James Earle3 Fairplay ldog John R. Murrell Gadberry 1 dog Grover Campbell Sparks F. B. McClister Fairplay ldog Hollis Morrison Gadberry 1 dog 1 dog Zeno Hammon Fairplay ville 1 dor ldog Boss Loy Gadberry J. V7. England Sparksville 1 dog Ray McClister Fairplay ldog Frank Gadberry Gadberry ldor. J, H. England Sparksville 1 dog Charlie Mitchum Fairplay ldog J. W. Morrison Gadberry 1 doS. R. Bryant Sparksville 2' dog G. A. Lqwis Fairplay 1 dc ldog Jo Gadberry Gadberry Next Door to The Adair County New Office. J. W. Wooten Sparksville 1 dog Lanis Loy Fairplay ldog W. 0. Johnson Gadbefr B. C. Wilson Sparksville I dog MelvinEarl Fairplay ldog E. W. Bennett Gadberry 1 dc J. W. Wilson Sparksville 1 dog Loren Keith Fairplay 1 ldog S. L Murrell Gadberry M -- .; rj.lH P P uijiiiauu nju-- . - .frQVgt H. G. Corbin Sparksville 1 dog W. L. Bennett Fairplay ldog vx, vj. jauucij.y Nell Corbin Sparksville dog Jasper Gadberry Fairplay ldog R. L. McClister Gadberry" 4 ing $32,475,190. The losa for Tilden Wheeler Sparksville 1 dog G. W. Kieth Fairplay 2 dog W. Darnell Gadberry 30fi LOOSES FALL STEADILY. 1918 is still less in most states. J. S. Campbell Sparksville 1 dog Tom Samuels Fairplay 1 dog ' ldog Elbert Sharp Gadberry Veteriaary Surgeon and Dentist 1 dog Leslie Turner Fairplay J. C. Reece Sparksville 1 dor ldog Li Y. Gabbert Gabdery HogX3holera is being checked. Special attentiotLglven Diseases of all Melv'in Earles Sparksville Wanted. W. F. Bowmer Gadberry 1 d2" 1 dog Luther Turner Fairplay ldog Domestio Animals In 1914 the farmers ol the U. S. Boiler and Engine, Boiler 25 or 30 1 dog Amos Loy Fairplay J. D. Dixon Sparksville 1 dor- ldog Mack Hurt Gadberry lost 6,304,300 hogs valued at $67,- H. P. Engine, , 20 or. 25 H. P. Call or Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on F. W. Page Sparksville X dog George Hill. Fairplay ldog Willard Hammond Amandm- Jamestown road. Three years later only write Jasper Doas, 97 461. J. W. Dooley Sparksville 1 dog C. E. Lewis Fairplay ville 1 Mm. Phone 114 G. 2 dog represent- Pcllyton. Ky. Inanimate died Sparkeeville 1 dog Finii Burbridge Fairplay 2,153, .Columbia, Ky, Cager Jones ,. 1 OwImMh rige 3 V John Arch Wheeler Sparksville 1 dog Claud Harper Sparksville 1 dog Ollie Page Sparksville 1 dog W. R. Janes Sparksville 1 dog Willie Curry Sparksville 1 dog G. B. Murphy Sparksville 1 dog L. E. Janes Sparksville 1 dog R. E. Strange Sparksville 1 dog C.'C Roe Sparksville 1 dog Leechess Bragg Sparksville 1 dog Green T. Wilson Sparks- AUCTIONEER Business ADAIR Solicited in and ADJOINING COUNTIES Harris 111 1 iWHlilBlniii m mmmmp i -- II 1,1 IPWI : I I msmmm' jl, I I i i I liitiP -- - 1R it - w TMBB8HE Mm 'i ;lllSMll ! If : r m Q"8Q"9"9"9"9"6m9,4"8h68 4 A 4 - a NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED LADIES Utility a Beautiful New and and of 1 of 1 Tobacco Canvass A - Albin Murray Columbia, Kentucky & a- A 1 L. H. Jonee aii 19-3- 6 f j5 ) ' Jii, f d fAWSu v ADAIR-COUNT- NEWS Dog Tax List- - Cert'ainteed '- Continped froi page 2 if.t f Elroy and Jack Duvall Amandaville 1 dog Columbus Wright Amanda- Public Sale m. -- &- ville 1 dog doe- Precinct No. 8. L. C. Blair Glensfork 1 B. B. Grider Glenafork 1 James S. Helm Glensfork 1 Rollin Webb Glensfork 1 M. L Grant GlenBfork 1 Willie Kelly Glensfork 1 -A ON MARCH I 26, 191 9, dog dog NEAR ABSHER, KENTUCKY, will offer for Sale to the Highest Bidder consisting-o-f the Real Estate and Personal Property of Delania and Harriett Robertson, Dec'd., same being 2 tracts of land containing 119 acres. 1st Tract lying on Green river, joins G. C. Rusself and Joe Beard, and containing 39 34 acres, 2nd Tract lying about U miles north of Absher, .Ky., . being the home place of the deceased, containing acres. about 79 1 Aged mare, 6 shoats, weighing about 125 lbs. Afcout: 30 bushels wheat, buggy and harness, about l,50O feet lumber, hay rake, mowing machine, plows, meaS and lard. Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms liberal, an will be made known- on day of sale 1- doc Certain-tee- d renders a war service. saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Certain-tee- d W. M. Melson GlenBfork Bascom Grant Glensfork Willie Grant Glensfork A. D. Grant Glensfork H. K. Taylor Glensfork dog dog 1 dog 1 dog 1 dog 1 dm? 1 compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves War labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d fiver, as proved by its enormous sale. sLV&$ls$8wH&'as m, i -- v ep ft V It is now the standard roof for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Certain-tee- d Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Products Corporation Paints VarnLshes Roofing Offices dcWArehoutei in Principal Ctie of America Manufacturer of ' Certain-tee- d Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods S. M. SANDERS CAMPBELLSTILLE, k CO. -- KENTUCKY. , .;, ATTENTION ! ! FARMERS AND TIMBERMEN Until further notice, we will pay the following prices for SPLIT HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Kentucky: ! ! Split Hickory Spokes 30 in. Long. Price Per M. Pieces. On Heart Depth x x Length 26 in. 30 in 30 in. A. B. & C. ' D $10.00 12.00 15.00 If in. 1 If in. 15 in. in. in. ' $12.00 15.00 20.00 15.00 30.00 : " 1 x x x x 2 in. 1 2 in. 2 in. 26 30 26 26 in. in. in. - 12.00 2i in. 2J in. 2J 3 3 in. 20.00 18.00 30.00 20.00 2 in. in. in. 25.00 45.00 " " 2 in. x 30 in. in. At in. 35.00 All Spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or'Shell Bark Hickory. Spokes that checks,, short are brash, also containing defects, such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun crooks will be classed as culls. These spokes must be full in length and 30 inches long is wanted. SPLIT 2nd. GROWTH WHITE OAK SPOKES, 30 In. LONG. Price Per M. Pieces. On Heart 2 in. Depth 3 in. ' Length 30 in. 30 in. A & B. C. $50.00 75.00 of 3iin. timber in sizes 2 3in. $25.00 40.00 one-thir- The A. and B. Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit d or less sap x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. Auto Spokes, White Oak and HickoryJ Zh l- x x '3i 4 - :' 35 16 b. Long 16 in. " $35.00 40.00 Second Growth Black Oak Auto Spokes. .31 ',- - x x 31 4 16 in. Long 16.1n $25.00. 35.00 .. ..-- ,. Jl " ;. ; ,i ADAIR SPOKE COMPANY COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. -- - ''' - n. he Nmi:$sB:&'f2i1ftftj9Jyix Your letterof Jan. 3rd reached me yesterday and was sure she writes: "I had glad you all were well. I have breaking-dow- rr been real uneasy about you folks of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to since hearing of so much sickget up. I had such a ness and especially "flu." This weakness and dizziness, . . ..and the pains were country certainly agrees with very severe. A friend me. 1 have never Deen sick at told me I had tried every-th- ng else, why not all. Once I fell in a 3hell hole I did, and' Cardui? and had to lay off duty two or soon saw it was helpings three days and that is all. me . . . After 12 bottles I am strong and well.'' to tell you what You asked me I was doing. Well, there is realTAKE ly not much to tell. We are still at the old German fort on the Rhine just across from Coblenz. Some of the companies in this regular drills six VjH jH hours per day. but our company is doing post guard duty. The Woman's Toaic I am doing kitchen work and Do you feeFweafc", dizthat is my choice here. I did zy, Is: your not like kitchen while I was in of good health caused lack the States, but it is different from any of the comhere, I like it best of any. plaints so common cus dog While the war was going on I Then why,nol Amerson Green Crocus ldog could not tell you where I was give Cardui a trial? If B. S. Miller Crocus ldog or what I was doing. Would not should surely do foryoc what it has done for sa Adelia Sullivan Crocus dog have done so if I could. Now many thousands of other M. S. Antle Crocus ldog as you asked I'll tell you a little women who suffered if H. 0. Shelton Crocus ldog and will tell you more when I should help you back to. J. C. Bradshew Crocus ldog see you. Like most of the A. health. L. A. Jones Crocus ldog E. F.'s. I have had some close MP" Ask some lady friend: SHMK Ivy Cape Crocus who has taken CarduL mmm 1 dog calls, and 1 expect I will be as big wLM' She will tell you how it H. P. Barger Joppa K 1 dog as any of them. We landed at "24 heloedher. Trv.Cardui kflff Henry L. Conover Joppa dog Brest, France, July 18th, stayed EL C. Cravens Joppa i dog there a few days, then took L. C. Leach Joppa ldog train for 2 days and 3 nights. Wa All Druggists H. L. Tupman Joppa I dog Landed at Saucy, there we got M ..Rw Edgac Powell Joppa ldog helmets and gas masks. Stayed Vfl G. E. Powell Joppa 1 dog there two days and all time could I dog Elizabeth Murrell Joppa hear the roar 'of big guns and I dog Mont Montgomery Joppa Bee their flashes at nieht. While were out together on a road&eu W. A. Brbekman Joppa dog at Saucy a plane came over and One of 'those large shells came I dog dropped some bombs close to us. over and.hit in 12 ft. of us: Jo Conover Joppa W O. A. Young Joppa' ldog That was our first experience in were laying down and I telF joox ldog war. The next, two days we we were, flattened to old mother John Young Joppa" Rs.fr. Bennett Joppa dog hiked twenty-fiv- e miles toward earth, too,, The. dirt throwrs 3jx Tdog Cfiateau-ThierrUPk. Turner' Joppa It was .there, by the shell covered usicsmpje-- ' !j:: 0. C. Selby joppa ldog it commenced for us. It was ly and. also Jt cut fa- tetenWe.- ten feet from;:-oar- . RollfnPpwell Joppaf1 dog no longer any excitement for as post little a thing as a plane dropping heads but not one got a seraicfc. H. G. and Dora Young Jopbombs cibseby.:' One': incident Enough of this I'm aowe-,-- Its pa en.-;f;u:,?;s i l.dog I'll rememtosr for 'awhile was: wa near: Fiemes, France, iaiRL O. Cabbell'lJbppa 1 dbg My Lieutenant and six of us 1 Evey Dudley Glensfork A. W. Turner Glensfork 1 dog Sam Franklin Glensfork 1 dog Zack Aaron Glensfork 1 dog E. W. Aaron Glensfork 1 dog W. W. Blair Glensfork 2 dog Jane Hadley Glensfork 1 dog James G. Sheerer Glensfork l dog J. R. Akin Glensfork 1 dog Melvin Gifford Glensfork 1 dog J. E. Bennett Glensfork 1 dog John Helm Glensfork 1 dog J. L. Grant Glensfork 1 dog J. E. Nelson Glensfork 1 dog Hiram Jackman Glensfork 1 dog J. Edd Johnson Glensfork 1 dog Odis Lewis Glensfork 1 dog W. E Dudley Glensfork 1 dog C. A. Samuels Glensfork 1 dog G. E. Morgan Glensfork 1 dog 0. M. Willis Glensfork 1 dog J. J. Dudley Glensfork 1 dog A. D. Morgan Glensfork 1 dog J. B. Morgan Glensfork 1 dog Willie Collins Glensfork 1 dog J. fl. Cape Glensfork 1 dog Luther Harmon Glensfork 1 dog Evan Loy Glensfork 1 dog Roy Strange Glensfork 1 dog L E. Aaron Glensfork 1 dog J. W.. Vaughn Glensfork dog Haskin Melson Crocus 1 dog J. L. Melson Crocus 1 dog Peter Melson Crocus 1 dog Joe Miller Crocus 1 dog John Cundiff Crocus Luther An tie Crocus 1 dog W. M. Grant Crocus 1 dog Tom Grant Crocus 1 dog Salle Grant Crocus 1 dog J. L Antle Crocus 1 dog A. M. Aaron Crocus 1 dog W. O. Hayes Crocus I dog Pem Spencer Crocub 1 dog Cull Blakey Crocus dog Roy Antle Crocus dog Lodia Antle Crocus dog W. L. Collins Crocus 1 dog Mont Grant Crocus 1 dog Sed Helm Crocus dog Mrs. Sarah E. Collins Cro - dog I dog -4 - E. V. HUMPHRESS, agent:. E. R. Willis Joppa Elihu Sparks Joppa J. F. Montgomery Joppa Mollie Willis Joppa Continued. In Germany. I dog 1 dog 1 dog 1 dog Mrs. Jas. T. Sublett, Ids. Sick Women Cardui, the woman's, tonic, helped Mrs. Wil"-liaEversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. 3ead what m v& Dear Mother: M 'ldog ... 1 1 1 worn-out- ?1 1 1 1 -- 1 yft lir O lIJ M MMMMB. ynbJ O' 1 1 y. - off-jus- t 1 ". - ; ; - --- '" 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Adair tearing, at his. pleased, with the prices. They from Coblenz and the Rhine. 'It 4 $ clothes and equipment, to the returned home without making is an old town, the streets of Published Oa Wedaesdajs. which seem to have been laid $ officer lying curled up where he any sales. had gone. down. fi Golan6ia, Kervtacky Jno. G. Sublett is on the Fed out along the wild boar trails "Four other men started when eral Grand jury this week in that once led up and down the valley, and sometimes down to yesterday, Louisville. Editor I did," said Tarter mARKSDAL.E7HAMl.ETT, "but they were killed before Mr. Tom Scott was called to the Mose, The houses are of Safety is assured to the policyholder of The they got to the captain. One Bowling Green to see Mr. Lan- stone, mostly three storied afCONTINENTAL. Its strong resources, ex- Democratic nswcpapexdeToted to the Intereat priperienced management and careful operation X eftheCItyofColHisbtaana thi paspla of Adair was a bugler and one was a der Scott, who is suffering with fairs and as usual besides being the residence of the family adjolnlnjr conntlei. vate. I don't know the others. Pneumonia. make it proof even against conflagration sometimes several families given the cross But they were danger. Miss Carry Hancock a very shelters the livestock as well. as second when I was in the hospital at Policyholders of the Continental Insurance Co. never have cause to be Entered it the CoIumbaSPost-offlcpleasant little lady, and daughtThe town has a population of Raleigh, N. J." sorry. The Company's established reputation for square treatment of lass man matter. er of Perry Hancock is clerking compared with a beautifbut when every htnest claim assures an irreducible minimum of sorrow, together The American cross is a in the department store of T. A. with maximum safety. like municipality in America it ully-made old gold cross, with Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zones Furkin. &50 per yer. is not in the same class. The G. R. REED, the eagle, with spread wings, All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year Mr. Mont Page one of the Cane stores are Advanoe. poised in the center. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE, few and are run as All Subscription due and Payable in It is pin- Valley Band boys, arrived from side issues only. There isn't a - Keutucky. Columbia, - - ned to the coat by a red, white 3 morning and bank in France last Sunday the town, nor a restau12, 1919. and blue ribbon. Sergeant Tar- was esorted to his home by the WED. MARCH. rant, and the wine rooms even ter wears the only one to be band. His mother died when he are scarce. seen at Camp Taylor. was small and your scribe was The people for the . most part Tarter saw action at Verdun present when she died, and his are interested in the very bu3y preparing for large g and Chateau Thierry before the grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. You can be comfortable industry. . For ten months crops. day at Vaux, when eighty-eigE. Hancock raised him, and in the year they labor in the Eli Johnson,' who recently as well as stylish in a men of his regiment were killed when these old people met their nearby vineyards, which for the moved into our midst from and wounded in less than thirity son Sunday it was just as touch- most part cling to the steep has completed his new resminutes. ing as when his mother passed mountain sides. With a basket idence. "We had gone over," said into the beautiful beyond. When strapped on his back the German (SSElffia 3SB3S Flu is again raging in the Tarter, "and we were down in ORSET this noble young man arrived in farmer carries up great loads of southern part of the county. (not solo stores) shell holes, the machice gun fire Advertising Rates. France he wrote back for me to manure or crushed shole for his However, we are glad to report was so hot. There was a patch which is fitted to your good care of Granny and grape-vineAll of woods ahead of us where the take that there no cases in this imObituaries are not news items. individual needs in your Dad untill I return, and that' is Dews items are gladly received and guns The city streets are narrow mediate section. were hidden, and one was own home by a trained published free. what I did. and high walled on either side. Mrs. Sarah J. Foley has sold Obituaries, 5 cts, per line up to 20 up in a tree. Well, the captain corsetiere. Let me call lines. More than 20 lines 20cts per started forward and he went They are paved with square quite a lot of hay recently, red SparKsviile, and explain the possibilinch single column. blocks of stone and when troops top bringing $25 per ton and down. I went out to get him. Display advertising 20 to 50 cents ities of tasteful, correct per inch single col. It wasn't far, but the guns were Most of the farmers of this march by in their heavy hob- timothy $30 per ton. dress in a Spirella. You Local readers: Eight point type, so close, the bullets were going place are through burning to- nail shoes, or the populace fill Corn is selling at $7.50 per 10ct8 per line. Heavy 10 point black incur no obligation. thru the air at about shoulder bacco beds and have about got- the street each morning on their barrel in this section. Hogs are ace type, 14 cents per line. Telephone or send postcard to We handle the best grades of all height. Eight went thru my ten all their ground cleaned up way to church, the sound echoes selling at 10c to 14c per pound. MRS. GEO. E. WILSON kinds of stationary that can be furraincoat strapped in a bundle ready for breaking. and into a mighty volOffice Hancock Hotel Rev. A. F. Chrisman and othnished from the mills at very Columbia. Ky.M Burkesville St, ume. above my soulders. Others went &ble prices. We guarantee all mail ers are holding a series of meetMartin Rowe bought of Jim The people present a well-feorders. Write for samples and prices. thru my clothes and just about England one stack of hay, payings at Bernard's schoolhouse at appearance. tore them off. Then one hit me The this writing. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ing $54 for it. 11.50 per year in advance in Adair in the elbow. I didn't go down, German army uniform is comMr. T. F. Hurt, of Esto, was Alvin Rosson, your Kugby corCounty and 1st and 2nd Postal Zones. but when I got to the captain 1 mon and the little round caps We are large handlers in our midst one day last week respondent, was in our midst 32.00 per year in advance bejond the with red bands are seen everycoulden't get him in. We both of fresh eggs, potatoes, selling medicines. 2nd Postal Zone. one day last week. where. Every urchin on the stayed there until some of the onions, etc., and solic Mrs. Sarah J. Foley sold a Born, to the wife of Elroy street seems to have acquired returning German prisoners carshipments. Rupe, the 15th, a twelve pound one There has never been any nice bunch of hogs to Cornelius it Good roads receive some at- ried him back." Stepens a few days ago for $519. Argutention by agitation. Best market prices Tarter has not been able to get daughter. Mother and child is evidence of hostility toward us Mr. A. F. Bolin, a prominent ment always proceeds execution. in touch with his captain, Charles doing well and think the father rather has it been hospitality. paid at all times. Continue to talk good roads and E. Moore, but he has recently will recover. farmer of Wolf Creek, died Feb. The Rhineland seems as pleased TERMS CASH after awhile something tangible found out his address and has Mrs. Sallie M. Janes, of Toria, to have us as if we were friends 26, a victim of the flu. His reWrite or Phone will be accomplished. mains were laid to rest in JamesThere written him. died at the home of Geo. Janes, instead of conquerors. was a time, not many years past, The children are innumerable, town cemetery, on Feb. 27th. THE QUAKER MAID. The luck that saved Tarter's her son, the 15th. She 'was the that we did not have an iron life July 1 was with widow of Loss Janes, deceased. incalculably noisy, and our greatIncorporated, him on anCrocus. bridge in Adair county. EverEverything we 631 other occasion when he was in She was about 75 years, old. est admirers. W. Market St., lasting contending for them She died of flu. do is full of interest to them. action. The health of this community Louisville, Kentucky. brought good results. We now Tilden Wheeler sold to a fel- As we march along they follow "I don't like to brag," said is very good at present. have eight spanning the streams low from Sulphur Well, one pair in our train. We are a great Tarter, "but I had another close Mr. Arthur Grant and wife in the county. circus showing every day, rain call. It was when we were up of sorrel mules for near about VETERINARY or shine; and they attend rain visited the latter's parents, Mr. in the front line. A shell came six hundred dollars. They were and Mrs. Wm. Antle last Satur Close Calls. or shine. The Major grows good mules. over and landed about six feet sure mightily peeved when our audi- day night and Sunday. away. It didn't go off. I'll say L. Akin, our magistrate, has Mr. Liston Antle bought a I saw my captain go down and it's luck." DR. J. W. RAFFERTY been doing some work on the ence grows too numerous. horse from Walter Black for $80. I went out to get him." That's stay here is indefinite. It is probable that Tarter will Columbia road, known best as Our County Live Stock Inspector way Sgt. Charles M. Tarter, the The sale at Walter Black's Some places Our departure for home may be undergo another operation at the the Flat woods. of Adair County, Ky., now at a matter of days, may be months. went off nicely, everything base hospital in a few days. The where he fixed were before imKentucky Pellyton, puts it, but the Camp Taylor, We are all impatiently waiting bringing a good price. elbow, sot by the machine gun passable and a few more places attorney General, who gave him for "der tag." Mr. Londa Antle, who has bullet, is now stiff, and the hand near Mr. John Moran's need atthe American cross for valor, deVery truly yours, been in France and who is cannot be brought as high as the tention. scribes the act somewhat differC. Sharp, Private Montie stationed at Camp Taylor at this burned in this section before. Miss Lena Rowe and your rehead. The second operation will ently. Tarter's citation reads: Co. 3 360 Infantry. time, is expected home at an The prayer meeting at Mt. give him the use of the elbow porter were in Columbia last "This office has been advised THE KAISER. early date. We are glad to wel- Zion church last Saturday night joint, it is hoped. Louisville Tuesday. by the commanding general, Germany should be admitted come all the soldier boys back was a success. Herald. The flu has about ceased in American expeditionary forces, to the League of Nations only home. this part. Will be glad when haB awarded the distinthat he after years of repentance for Mr. Thomas Grant purchased Obitasry. lane Valley. the ban is lifted. guished service cross to Charles the Misery and Cruelty she has a mule from Loren Collins. M. Tarter, Company I, 23d Ininflicted on the World. I believe Price $130. On the night of Jan. 31st, the Zettinger, Germany. fantry, for the following act: Miss Hattie Conover of the Mt the Kaiser personally is responMrs. Dealie Aaron visited Mrs. death Bngel visited the home of Near Vaux, France, on July 1, Pleasant neighborhood, was sible for the war and should be Annie Grant one evening last Mr. Milton Janes and claimed 1918, when his captain was visiting several days of last week The Adair County INews: tried. He was certainly respon him for its victim. He had lived wounded, he went out under vio- at this place. I am a son of J. D. Sharp, sible for the deportation of men week. in the Nell community for many lent machine gun fire to bring Mr, Herbert Furkin sold his who lives on Crocus Creek, near and women from .Belgium. The Mr. Thomas Grant and wife years and was 57 years old. the officer to shelter and was se- farm to Wm. Leach and has Amandaville, Cumberland Co., sinking of the Lusitania and the visited the latter's father and Never was there a more hon. Sunverely- wounded himself while moved to Spurlington Taylor Co. and thinking that all my friends cruelties practiced in prison mother last Saturday and est, upright christian gentleman day. performing this heroic act." Mr. Ed Viers sold his farm to will all be interested in knowing camps." Mr. Janes. Professing his The singing at J. V. Blairs than Charles M. Tarter, is a slight, Jo W. Arnold, and has rented W. that I came through the war Private Montie C. Sharp. in Christ when but a boy 14 young man, wfrh H. Gill's farm one mile south of safely and that now I am in the nc last Saturday night went off faith yeara old, he had nothing to western portion of Prussia, asA pain in the side or back that nicely. "blond hair and wide open blue this place. dread, except as he said the sting sisting the third army in the oc- Gatches you when you straighten up eyee. His kind may be seen on Mr. Wm. Kelley and little The singing at W. H. Blbyds of death. He leaves a wife and calls for a rubbing application of BALany college campus, wearing daughter, were visiting relatives cupation of Germany, after a LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It re last Saturday night was a suc- 3 children, 2 sons and I daught240 mile hike which began near sophomore insignia, and delight- in New Albany, Ind., several Verdun, extending through Lux- laxes the contracted muscles and cess. er. ing to battle with the unruly days of last week. permits ordinary bodily motion withThe family have the sympaThere is sure going to be a emburg, and winding about in out suffering or inconvenience. Sold freshman. It is7 strange to Miss Mary Atkinson was visit- the Rhineland, large amount of tobacco raised thy of the entire community. we arrived at by Paull Drug Co. Adv. think that this ing in Louisville last week. in this section this year. Mar- May the God of all grace sustain Zettingen, our present 'abode, young man on the afternoon of Eller. cus Antle and Thomas Grant them, in this sad ' bereavement is Julyl crawled out of a shell Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Hancock Dec. 23. of a friend, have .burned more tobacco beds hole, stepped over dead men and were on the Louisville tobacco The town of1 Zettinger is on A Friend Farmers in this section' are than was ever known to be ran, half stooping, thru machine market last week, and was not the MoseV river, 85 kilometers Courvty WevJs- - gun bullets, BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. J i e 2,-10- 0, - $$$1$ grape-growin- ht Ja-be- z, opireJl im s. re-echo- es d, well-dress- ed your ell-brush- ed well-groom- ed the-wis- h . f L W THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS L. S. Calhoun Roy Lilburn Breeding; Roy J. H. Wilson Roy C. H. Bailey Roy Geo. Bailey Roy A. G. Bailey Roy W. L. Bailey Roy George R. Redmon Roy J. W. Bryant Dent L. T. Haynes Dent ,T. 1 dog 1 dog 1 1 dog dog 1 1 dog dog t i PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, on I: 1 dog dog 1 dog 1 dog, 1 i a-- 1 dog F. Brockman Ozark 1 dog J. A. Furkin Ozark 1 dog J. E. Floyd Ozark 1 dog S. F. McKinley Ozark 1 dog Ben Bailey Ozark 1 dog J. W. Roy Ozark 1 dog W. J. Gabbert Ozark 1 dog B. 0. Hurt Ozark 1 dog John Tucker Ozark 1 dog Jack Bailey Ozark 1 dog J. W. Morris Ozark 1 dog Jessee Bryant Ozark 1 dog 0, B. Conover Ozark 1 dog Lander Bryant Ozark L. G. Montgomery Ozark 1 dog 1 dog W. H. Taylor Ozark 1 dog E. L. McGaha Ozark J. S. Montgomery Ozark 1 dog Luther Montgomery Ozark 1 dog 1 dog Ivan Cabbell Ozark 1 dog F. P. Bryant Ozark 1 dog John White Ozark 1 dog J. M. Cabbell Ozark 1 dog W. T. Collins Ozark Luther Grider Craycraft . 1 dog Wellington Redmon Cray-cra- ft 1 dog 1 dog Fred Grider Craycraft Will Ed GriderlCraycraf t 1 dog THURSDAY, MARCH 20, , 1919, At my residence, in Columbia, Ky., One nice three room cottage house and large lot. One nice four room cottage house with barn and large lot. Two nice large building lots, all well located. Four head good young work One nice saddle mare, coming: 5 years old. One good milch cow. One good 3 in. Fish Brother wagon. One buggy and harness. Forty to fifty barrels of corn. A lot of good farming tools. mules. Household and Kitchen Furniture, Consisting of Nice Dining Room Set, Parlor Set, Library Tables, Dressers, Chiffoniers, and Many Other Things Too Numerous to Mention. Much of This Furniture is new and of the Best. Sale Will Begin at 10 O'clock, A. M. ore if 2 AlwaysWelcome H 1 II ill X (I 1 B "You little rascal played along the way, didn't you? Kept grandma waiting! Oh well, it's all right. Because 1 II II I Hf i 04 Hk jjH K Bp K H CALUMET is always right. It's worth watting for. Always wel- come. Never shirks its work. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I know it's pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such ingredients as have.beer; approved officially by. the U.S. Food You save telwn you buy 111 l I 1 III , ! 1( BAKING POWDER I H, H H H K I III 11 III II -- it you save when you test it. Ufj: TTTPTIH7CT JTlUjitjlliiO 1 Quality Awards illl )fl (jKii H JnxtiflrR : fl Bj IQ j II R rL JB f& M k 40 tK WH K3 flu VE IE m? jf bIh Bf Bb w BW y t JK Direct from the TROPICS Wmfiktef, YmsmsM -- zm vmmmgmwr3 j?i& ? .. &mmJ2&imzz MAwwy jb WAXIATAN is classed as the mostdesirable coffee ever pre- senieu 10 ine American ixaue, umng an extra large, ugui. centered berry of uniform size. This coffee comes to you 100 per cent pure not mixed or Dienaea it is so heavily ladened with that rich, lu- cious, tropical flavor, possessing such licious fragrance and aroma that it should justly be termed the cottee 3fe4 ii 'j .V. I M . a - It's Fit for the KINGS. 1 dog D. L. Wilson? Craycraft 1 dog J. M. 5 Wilson Craycraft 1 dog S. H. Absher Craycraft Solomon McKinley Cray1 dog craft Marvin Bryant Craycraft 1 dog 1 dog W. H. Blair Craycraft W. J. Brockman Craycraft 1 dog 1 dog S. H. Murrell Craycraft 1 dog Omer Roy Craycraft 1 dog G. R. Dehart Craycraft HollaceJDeHart Craycraft 1 dog 1 dog Elija Bryant Craycraft 1 dog R. S. Bailey Craycraft 1 dog Mike Deen Craycraft 1 dog J. N. Murrell Craycraft R. P. Johnson Craycraft 1 dog 1 dog G. L. Blair Craycraft Lewis F. Simpson Gentry's 1 dog Mill -- Terms Reasonable, and Will be Made Known Day of Sale. v- WALKER BRYANT, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. t: "SUPREME." ) v. One cud o f this rich. lfnr nrnmn-lnflo- wmmsMmMmLm && J f X , ii1' m .v r. n onfFaa , will .JJ.BSaiHiifoSScOr, A'JVNSiiik certainly aeiignt you. TRY IT. ROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY J. Zinsmeister & Sons, hctnmua Louisville, Ky. 1 Dog Tax List. Will Wade Montpelier Kate Miller Montpelier The following is a list of the owners of Dogs with their Post Office address and No of Dogs Licensed by each person in preS. C. Neat, cinct. . dog 1 dog I A. B. Jones Montpelier Davis Miller Montpelier L. W. Miller Montpelier J. B, Clayton Montpelier 1 1 dog dog dog 1 dog 1 G. A.Bradsbaw Montpelier dog B. H.Bradshaw Montpelier 1 dog Clerk A. C. C Will Todd Montpelier W. H. Stanton Roy 1 dog Continued from Page 3. Precinct No. 8. White Oak Precinct No. 0. 1 dog 1 dog 1 J. S Stapp Montpelier T. J. Epperson Montpelier - S. A. Taylor Montpelier G. A. Petty Montpelier "! Z T. Wade Montpelier Jake Wade Montpelier . . dog 1 dog 1 dog 1 1 dog 1 Mrs. Addie Taylor Mont- dog pelier ldog .Sam Coffey Montpelier Arl bur Coffey Montpelier ldog J. M. Roy Roy He schell Coffey Montpelier 1 dog W. J. Roy Roy ldog Eugene Tucker-RoG. W. Coffey Montpelier . Fish Roy Roy dog Adline Blakey Roy W. G. Mullinix Roy dog " George Roy se Roy ldog S. P. Sullivan Roy 1 dog 1 dog J. E. Bailey Roy -' Tede Moore Roy 1 dog Luther Gaskins Roy - A dog dog J. W. Powell Roy - & 1 1 1 dog 1 dog , 1dog 1 dog y ldog The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky.. 1 dog Gentleman: ldog J. B. Powell McGaha No doubt some of my old ldog J. R. Cook McGaha friends and acquaintances, back .1 dog A. B. McGaha McGaha y in the dear old state of 2 dog G. W. Sinclair McGaha will be interested to know dog Virgil A. Redmon McGaha 1 dog Ivan Bryant Gentry's Mill that I am still among the living ldog and did J. R, Dickson G entry s Mill 1 dog Mont Bryant McGaha not fall a victim to the Ralph Bryant Gentrys Mill 1 dog Pete Bryant McGaha ldog rifle fire of the "Hun," or even ldog J. T. Atckley Gentrys Mill 1 dog Peter Powell McGaha the big Bertha's most powerful, W. W. Sinclair Gentrys 1 dog Frank Hadlev McGaha projectiles. 1 dog A. 0. Harmon McGaha Mill 2 dog I am with an Illinois regiment dog J. G. Burton McGaha Porter Brockman Gentrys the 122nd Field Artillery and we 1 dog 1 dog John Rooks McGaha Mill are in winter quarters almost ldogj under the shadows of 1 dog J M. McGaha McGaha Jo Bryant Gentrys Mill the castle ldog of the Grand Dutches of LuxemW. P. Bryant Gentrys Mfll 1 dog Millard Aaron McGaha 1 dog Anderson Burton McGaha ldog burg, Jo Denton Gentrys Mill ldog No doubt you have read deF. D. Conover Gentrys Mill 2 dog Bud Bryant McGaha 2 dog W. R. Pennington McGaha Ruford Conover Gentrys tailed accounts in the daily paldog pers of the activities of our regJ. T. Redmon McGaha 1 dog Mill 2 dog Christie Burton McGaha E. N. Conover Gentrys iment and division (33rd.) From ldog our first drive at St. Michel T. Powell Garlin 1 dog P. Mill ldog through the Argonne Forest W. L. Rigney Garlin Luther Bailey Gentrys Mill 1 dog ldog to the banks of the Meuse Charlies Harmon Garlin June Cravens Gentrys Mill 2 dog ldog River, at which place we Rose East Garlin had J. W. Jasper Gentrys Mill 1 dog ldog reached when "Kaiser Ottie Franklin Garlin Bill" W. S. Anderson Gentrys 2 dog J. M. Richards Garlin threw up the white flag and de1 doar Mill 2 dog J. W. Burress Garlin clared he had enough of the Otha Sullivan Gentrys Mill 1 dog J. W. Burton Garlin dog American punch, on November 1 dog Bob Kerr Gentrys Mill ldog 11, 1918. Sam L. Burton Garlin 1 dog Lora Brockman Sano dog J. W. Rule Garlin Being born in old Kentucky I 1 dog Rucker Estes Garlin Owen Fisher Sano ldog 1 dog J. S. Wooldridge Sano ldog naturally feel partial to that V. T. Bryant Garlin 1 dog J. K. P. Dixon Sano 1 dog State and know that no other Geo. Cook McGaha 1 dog J. P. Shaw Sano 1 dog- State in the Union has produced I. M. Grimsley McGaha dog J. W. Hadley Sano 1 dog more gallant and brave sons Rheuban Floyd McGaha 1 dog R. H. Harmon Sano 1 dog than she; but I must say that Rooks McGaha I dog Ben E. S. Abrell Sano 1 dog the boys from Illinois did credit ldog Lane Rooks McGaha Ethal Blair Sano' 1 dog to our Uncle Sam in this cam- 1 dog G. A. McGaha McGaha J. M. Brockman Sano 1 dog paign. In fact I feel that every 1 dog D. M. Bryant McGaha T. M. Brockman Sano 1 dog Chris Harmon McGaha J. W. Thomas Sano 2 dog soldier who fought on French 1 dog W. E. Gentry Sano Fetney Redmon McGaha 1 dog soil did credit to himself, our 1 dog Creed Harmon Sano W. I. McQueary Mcfeaha 1 dog flag and our loved ones at home, 1 dog C. W. Campbell Sano McQueary McGaha 1 dog who denied themselves of the 1 dog J, 0. W. E. Shaw Sano necessities of life to make us 1 dog John Ed Karnes Sano 1 dog The News $1.50 and $2.00 comfortable and make a quick D. R. Helton Saao 1 dog Ken-tuck1 L B. Barrett Karnes Geo. Grant Karnes H. A. Shaw Karnes James Brockman Karnes A. M. Floyd Karnes 1 Anrr Colmar, Luxemburg. victory possible. ldog 1 dog 1 1 1 But the screaming of the Ger man shells, the hissing of machine guns and' the' sight of American blood spUlecS on foreign battle fields, did ao cause more shock or stir up our wrath and true American Bfood more than the news which has just reached us that, some "pussy foot politicians" has d to Congress to takeaway our service cheTsrons-whic- h is only a modest gold, braid stripe to be worn oa our left sleeve to show Tja-- same across the Atlantic to- aghb not only for our country but for freedom of the world4.. Every man who heard the call1 and voluntarily answered, had- the opportunity to see series over here. We not only made sacrifices to serve our country b giving up comforts, but also- business and financial, and for taafc reason we can see no harm in & marking which shows the distinction between the fighting: troops and the "chair warmers"' who remained at home. If Congress wishes to do away witfo European service markings why not annull the Cuban and Mexican service ribbon, both ofe which I wear. the-enem- r y recom--mende- - - - - 1 We are all anxiously awaiting: our return to the good old Statesi . and those who we know are awaiting our return. We consider our division and regiment? among the best over here and welcome, is know arousing awaiting our return. We Eiyfwf you are proud of our record' ancJV we can assure you we did our 7 beat. 'Respectfully; ..-- " t George F. Walfsrdi? T . 'J Lt 3 -i6 :2-- n'n ADAIEICOUNWSKEWS one, until long NOTES ON ADAIR COUNTY. by John avroe Steele. .(The writing of these notes was suggested by the writings of Judge H. C, Baker, lately published in the Adair County News, and are intended as a supplement to. his writings, and will be continued in future numbers of The News, if found atter tne trees wood-man- to be of interest.) No. 6. THE FIRST INHABITANTS COUNTY. OF THE There is nothing, which indicates, that Adair county was ever inhabited by the Indians, as a permanent place of residence. As all the other territory, which lies between the Green and the Cumberland, the Indians used it for hunting purposes, but not "Winfrey farm." for permanent habitation. Many Opposite the place where the articles of stone have been found, circular ridge was, and upon the which show the presence, in the north bank of the stream, upon past, of a race of human beings, a low bluff, stood, a great many who were either Indians or a years ago, a dwelling house, race, which preceded them in which was known, as the Moff ett the county. In many places ar- McGill house. Around the locaCall the rean our store and see row heads, made from flints, are tion of this house, had, in anin great abundance and many cient times, been the burial of 4o years successful on display and wonderful axes, called tomahawks, made of place of an ancient people. A lefc us by why is stone, and other instruments, number of skeletons were exwhich seem designed for dress- humed, there, one of which was in the world. to ing the skins of animals, and that of a man, who, was others' for purposes, which can above seven feet in height, and not now be ascertained, are fre- in the same grave, were the quently found. There were no skeletons of a smaller human beIndians residing in the county, ing and a dog. when the first white men came,' The tradition in regard to the and there was not any evidence burial ground and the finding of its recent occupation by any of the skeletons of giants, and -, GASH race. That the counfl was oc- that a prehistoric race had once cupied by a race, whiciipreceded made their dwelling place near the Indians, there can not be a there, caused the McGill house .ASK FOR CERTIFICATES AND PROFIT SHARING CATALOGUE The ancient mound. and its locality to be regarded doubt. Guilders, in the age of their ex- with superstitious awe, by the istence, were there. No one superstitious and the children in knows anything of this ancient the community.. The writer people, except what can be sur- very well remembers, that when mised from the traces of their a child, and residing upon an existence, which they left be- adjoining farm, he has crept, hind, and which survived the with much dread, to the top of coming of the Caucasian, but the Cedar Cliff, and from there, those traces, so far as shedding peered through the overhanging any light upon the habits, char-act- bushes and vines at the McGill or personal qualities of house and the locality about it, Business os t Knox, Simon Kenton and many far west, as Warren county. er and journeyed to Price's R:iidence Phone 13 B that people, are meager, indeed. and then, cautiously, and silent- others in Kentucky, and the tra- They were forty hunters from Meadows, which are six miles The time oi their existence, can ly, crept away. N. MURRELL ditions of the country have pre- the waters of the New Glinch, from Monticello, in Wayne coun OR. . not even be conjectured, and the About two and onehalf miles served some parts of them. and Holston rivers, and were DENTIST ty, where they camped at a fine degree of their civilization, is to the northwest of Columbia, Many of the travels and adven under the leadership of Col. spring. From this point, they Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g impossible of determination. the Russell makes a great bend tures of the earliest comers, James Knox. They were John made hunting excursions to the up Stain. Immediately above the Cedar and through this bend, the road. have not been preserved. They, Rains, Abraham Bledsoe, Kas- - west and southwest. How far Columbia, "- - Kentucky Cliff, upon the south side of the popularly called the "lower as a rule, were not writers them- - per Manscoe, Joseph Drake,1 their excursions extended, is not Petitt. or as it is better known, Greensburg and Columbia road," selves, and not many had asso Obediah Terrell, John Baker, known. They did not find traces Fmlr nf flip RiirrpII. is located. Near to the entrance tlio PpHf-f'who thought it necessary Uriah Stone, Edward Cowan. of any human habitations, but ciates, WELL DRILLER there is a stretch of level land to the neck of the bend, are two tp preserve their histories. Many Henry Smith. Thomas Gordon, between the stream and the large mounds, the evident crea- bold and fearless men, who Humphrey Hogan, Henry Skaggs they found many places in dry I will drill wells in Adair and caves and under overhanging steep hill, to the south. A cen- tion of the ancient mound build made incursions into Kentucky, Henry Knox, Isaac Bledsoe, rocks, where stones were set up adjoining counties. See me be tury ago, when the inhabitants ers. The road is cut through and doubtless into Adair county, Latest imJame3 Grahahi, John Montgom- and which enclosed and covered fore contracting. community first observed the edge of one of the mounds, of that proved machinery of all kinds. and who did not think the ad- ery, Wm. Al'pn, Wm. Lvnch, lUUllbioiJ rtw. .! sjjl uuiuuu rrwno uoUmi Tt upon this level stretch of land, andm it, human bones, were it, Pump Repairing Done. Give ventures of sufficient importance David Lynch, Chris Stoph, Isaac June, 1770, a part of the comacres, em- found. The mounds are only a there were several Russell, and pany returned to their homes, me a Call. to warrant the taking of any Crabtree, braced by a circular formation, few paces apart, and have, for Hedges, and sixteen oth- while ten of them built two flat measures for the preservation of C. YATES which had been formed, by mak- many years, been in cultivated ers, whose names have not been boats and two canoes, which their history, ing a ridge of earth, several feet lands, and the cultivation and The first authentic instance of preserved. This company pass they loaded with furs and bear in height, around the entire cir- use of the lands, have greatly white men being in Adair couned through Cumberland Gap inmeat and floated them down the cle. For what purpose, this was reduced the height of the mounds. ty, was the visit of the Long to Kentucky, in the summer ctf created, remains an unsolved Frequently, nne corn is grown 77 772, 1769. They proceeded to the Cumberland river to its mouth, Hunters, in mystery. That it was a creation upon their tops. The mounds Used Years now a century and a half "ago. Cumberland river and crossed it, and thence, to Natchez, where and not a creation of na- are just north of the dwelling of man, the French, then had a fort. These hunters remained in Kenbut traveled down the river, unture or the elements, there can house of Mr, Scott Todd, and tucky for two or three years, be no doubt. As to when it was. one is very near to the house til they came to the South. Eork M B ff To Be Continued. and during which year, they un- and the public highway cuts made, must likewise, remain they crossed the riv 11 were in Adair county, is not now of it, when known. Trees as large "as any, through one side of it. ' . TThe Long certainly known. which have ever been known to THE FIRST MEN IN THE COUNTY. Kentucky Hunters entered grow in this country, grew upon Who it was, being a wiite through the Cumberland Gap, top of the circular ridge". the The WOffl&l'S TnIC man, and when it was, 'he, for and seem to: Isave - spent the. He Sowed0" Ascertaining ' the years, which the first time, traversed the-- ter- greater part of .the lime, they these large trees had consumed ritory of were in the Statet in the .southin growing, by cutting one or be known, .History has i.pre,-- eastern, southern, r,and TfU MiyRgSSffiWlMi yTHKSUKggwoWHtaiowe" L J!' of thenaand counting the served accounts, of somejiparte, more El"1!!1 , tjie ,Stae. V -. of; K vnPKsSESPiiH wlU convince yoa. Askyomf dealer. ' annulationqof their growth, does of the travels of Daniel Boone, They, or a part of them, were as fWWM .TVTTl.T HSIH . i oihcuu.lv. Vi ' .t WStTWf uu..i. ..t fIMlU r The News $1.50 and $2.00 sot ieem to have occurred to any Col. Jamee Harrod, Col. James far east as Estill county and as 's had fallen victims to the axe. Where one of the larger trees had been uprooted by the winds, it is remembered, that a fragment of an earthen vessel was found beneath its roots: The difference in the appearance of the trees, which grew within and upon the circu lar ridge and those, which grew upon the adjoining lands, con vinced the pioneers, that the trees within or upon the circular ridge, were much younger in point of age than the others, and that the land, embraced by the circle, had, once, been cleared of its growth of trees. The land, occupied by the circle, was cleared and reduced to cultiva tion many years ago, and the last vestiges of the circular ridge, have long since, disappeared. The land is, now, owned by Mr. John N. Conover, and is a portion of what is known as the wmmrmmwmwmmmmmmmmwmmmmwmmwmmmmmmmim WILLIAM LEWIS. 1833. WOODSON LEWIS. 1919. m WOODSON II LEWIS T. m m J. I. CASE TRACTOR at Not experiment, but tractor sult the larges tractor building builders this in-lif- tractor explain this tractor buy the e, PROFIT SHARING "-- CERTIFICATES GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY SALE. - WOODSON LEWIS GRJSENSBURG, KENTUCKY. er J. s til-i- s - J. 1769-1770- -1 1 -- 1 40 . I1 A J III Dill ., " a:i ig fetalis Wk l r . Adair-'countycatt-oiev-e- r south-fiyeateportao- ns SSSm-VvtiaTkro.YT&Titsowb- 4 l KU vi 5 - - s saatasssaia ADAIR COUNTY jj Vi K He was stationed st Camp Automobile Line. Meade, Md. Harbert and Pulliam Walker mi The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E S are in school at Campbellsville. The Regular Line from olumbia to Campbellsville is Mr. Tom Combs has moved to owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his his father's near Tompkinsville. Mr. Milton Janes died not long employe safe and reliable drivers. ago with a complication of disTransportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates eases. He was a good religious Address, man and will be greatly missed in his family. He was a mem ber of the Christian church. Mrs. Sallie M. Janes, mother & $ of Charlie Janes, died this week She was a victim of flu and was buried in Ko we town graveyard. R. C. Pulliam sold one cow to a Mr, Shirley for $80. RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 2 3 Ply $2.75 1 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID. Ply $3.10 and Ply $2.50 W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. Wagon, Harness, Bridles Breeching. $x3MS$ W. T. PRICE $k Streets GRASS SEEDS Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES Rollin Kinnaird sold one cow for $75 to Robert Moore. and FANCY GROCERIES- - M$x We COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Leonard Walker purchased of Allen Walkerof, of Columbia, one one of five year old mules. sHe paid $400. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL-IMAGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by G 3SW"Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. $ $&&&&$&$$x Campbellsville Hotel Main and Depot Kitchen Cabinets, 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. W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. i cater especially to Commercial Travellers. Electric Lights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms. Paull.Drug Co. In Germany. Adv RATES 2.00 : PER DAY. : u anlVbe,IsviIIe eniucky. Continued fro m page 3. LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits 2nd Clotfrfog Dly Cleaned and Pressed. Ptf6MPT Geo. Edwards and Arthur Mitch- as v 7K &! loy &: Columbia, emu? - SEPKL' AND SATISFACTION. jbLffcooK, - We were in one woods and they were across a hollow from us. I got leave and went over to see if I could find any one I ell. Paramount Theatre Will Open Soon. Watch For BBBBDr Program And Announcement. J Kentucky. &- - Columbia Barber Shop Io"Wr) AJSanitary Shop, where both Satisfactiotijfcfid Gratification are Guaranteed. Give us )KI LOUlSYrLLrK,- a Trial and tfe Convinced'.- - undertaker:I keep ori hands I also keep Metallic Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLEtT, dMaiUH d a full stock of coffins, casket,-anrobeV. Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two" hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service nlgh't or day! Office Phone?! 6'8.' Columbia,'Ky C knew. I talked with them about three hours. The next day I was moved over towards the Verdun and Metz front and later they moved, but we never were 5K close together any more. That ' Company is now in ten miles of X what X me and after you wrote me to get Mr. Edwards said, I tried ,3 pass to go over there but fail ed, as that is" farther than a pass is allowed however I wrote to a boy 1 know in that Co., to see if he can find out anything I definite of George's death. was awful sorry to hear of George' and Arthur both being m killed, as when I left them think ing I would soon see them again. We all enjoyed that little meet so much. I got the papers yvousent that had DeNssie and l's letters in it, ana l laugnea 1 1 read Bill's letter. I could he had h'av$ t,old who wrote lt if ned his name. It seemed NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. . ing sent. I gave the candy to the children where I was staying. They said "American candy good." Tell Fay the ring was a fit and I sure appreciated it. Tell papa if he wants to buy cheap land to come to Germany. While we were hiking I priced some farm or had my friend (a Jen)toandit was 3,200 marks or $400 per acre and it is not gas goodaa his farm either. Tell Fay-I Louisville-Ol- d Incorporated Inn Hole EUROPEAN JPT.ATsT $1.00 and UpRooms Without Bath. $1.50 and Up Rooms With '. 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with jRulomatlc Sprinklers thelbest; Fire Protection Known to Insurance Engineers tvouisville, met a truck driver that 6tli & Kentucky Main Streets. The Louisville - Trust CO: EfiTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits- Over One lilllior Dollars. Acta as Executor. Administrator. Guirdian Agent!' Coirimlttee and Trustee, andcari qualiy as such in1 any County id' tUd' State. Pays 3 Per cent per Annum oh Tiiiier Deposits. A. G. STITH.Sec ANGfcBEUA GR'AyI Treas. JOHN STITES. President Kentucky Oil Exchange Wire or telephone at our expanse,1 orders for-- purchase or sale of Majestic, McCornbs, Pyramid, Williams or other active Kentucky oil stocks. (Incorporate ' . Orders for purchase or sale promptly executed on 2 commission basis, at .... our open call session dally at 12:15 P. M. , .. We neither promote companies nor act as agettts In the sale of Treasury Stock. i Special Investigating- and reporting department at service of all interested. af tifrfet wife and one son. He' wSt. ing to school, studying E& and could talk to uss fine X-m- as told me J. A. H. was in Coblenz, that he was a mes3 Sgt. Wnen I g3t a pass I'll try to see him. Won't he be surprised, don't you think. Well, I just must quit ribtsfe liktftfVi ashearing old Billtalk for I can not tell anything on 'ose to me Nov. 24, but paper anyway, and, too, the up rrk-- ! waff& ,. permost thing in my mind fnow "" on he Yes, I ttowrtita iked overtwo iong is coming home. not. by do want myself VoV to come and I am -We hiked un- - either in that either, We all want dred miles.- ewent slxteen to come. For I sure ieel that I ,.. tt hi me and then have done my bit and that unmiles acroscfthRx ow are but complaining. back to where 1r& a us- - While Your loving son, Branch. . that was a rb'st tty uleted in Pvt. E. Branch Sublett, over there we were b. t Co. H. 1st Pioneer Inf. 2nd Bn. 0 nomes a iew at a plac'elman, American Ex Forces 3rd Army was with amily'o'f EVERYTHING IN! Li. vmmtL " .! T' T Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. ROOFING Stel Fence Posts Incorporated iw' T DEHLEP BROS. CO. 1 16 Eaat Matket Street Oetween First and Brook - Louisville,; Ky. i go-li- sh Corps. Children who have worms are pale, cross, fretful, and sickly most of the time. To rid the little body of these arasites WHITE'S CREAM VER- TFUGE Is an approved remedy. in the worms have been driven e child grows strong healthy Mist, t Col.anv6ia flotor Freight Co., I was at ArzbacH"? V I 120 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky. Telephones: Main 2624. City 784. busy burning plant beds fixing for another crop. The old one There has been a number of is, about sold out. Will Walker has returned home cases of flu here, tout it has ..; from the army. He is looking boutdied out. The farmers all Jiave been well and enjoying fine health., Nell. - A in the home of a widow, who husband was killed in actiori'la'st h Feb. She has six children. The1 two oldest were boys fourteen .A4 and sixteen, years old. They JK. c'i'iIa. anq,Tot were going to school and could talk to us all right. They were all kind asone could wish. Was there at Our company had an old opera ness house: Igot the package you -- it We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia landJSCampbellsville, Equipped wih large Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Post Office. AHICountry Freight delivered from new depot. Sold by Paull Drug Co. . Adv Prompt and Courteous our Patrons. We solicit your business. Service-rendered for Sale. X-ma- s.' ajX-ma's-tre- eih aod-'po&'f- t ! 19-2f- c ' ' set of doable buggy Har-- i good as new.' ".. ; Afc s j, 2Sfi Squires,1'. Colamlbia Ittotot . Freight Co., C and J. Young, Proprietors, COLAJMCBIH, KENTUCKY, v ''p 3K)KS!gSIg5K)K5K Sash, Doors, Windows. When you put up a house or any other structure you want The stock of 3g material that will give entire satisfaction. H mill work which we sell is guaranteed to give the best of service because it is made right. X S THE ADAT.R COUNTY NEWS To Contractors. the 24th of March 1919, The Adair County Board of Education at its discretion, will let to the At my office on lowest and best bidders who are res- ponsible parties the contracts to build PUBLIC SALE OF FAR.M and STOCK AT BIG the following school houses; Sulphur Spring Antioch subdist. 12 Div I Hontpelier Bloomington Mount Tassel " " " " " 33 47 67 73 " " " " 2 3 4 4 re- - " " " MONTPEL1ER, KENTUCKY, Lying on Columbia and Jamestown Road, L. P. HURT FARM. v The County Board of Education serves the right to bids. reject any and all WHEN YOU BUY PROM US You are assured of high quality For information plans and specifica- tions call at my office. Saturday, March 15, 1919. as M 3 Our business methods make new friends every day. at a fair price. SERVICE OOURCUS OMRES 3 It is our policy to help our customers save money, avoid waste and get complete satisfaction in the purchase of all Will offer for Sale, Farm containing 150 Acres. Ideal, neighborhood, good state of cultivation, lying on and between two public Adair County Schools. roads, fine location for an enterprise, very large and fine selection 1 of fruit orchard, well watered, good buildingp, a fine country home for some one. Markets. This farm will be offered all together, also in two separate tracts of 75 acres each, a good dwelling house on each tract. Also will Louisville, Mch. 10 Cattle Prim export steers; 315.00(5)16.50; heavy ship. offer one Tract of 17 Acres Timbered Land, adjoining the farms of J. Z. Conover and Wint Grider. Ingl3.lo; light S11.0013; heifers $8 Noah Loy, Supt. 19-3- 13.50; fatcows ?9 0011.50;medium $6.75 kinds of lumber and building material. When they tell us their plans wetell them how to buy economically and 3 jg what to use. When their plans are indefinite, we fre- $& ' $ quently make suggestions that suit the need. 1 OUR CUSTOMERS ARE FRIENDS Because we give a high quality of material with a fair price guaranteed. Come in and get acquainted. H We are in the market for all kinds of logs and unfinished lumber. 9 . Vfc 9.; cutters ?5.506.75; canners $5(25.50 bulls 87.10.; feeders $8 5013 50;stock ers $7.50 to $10 75 choice milch cows 90120; medium $65(390; common Horses, Cattle, Hogs, 85065. Receipts 148 head. Prices 50c higher. Best veals $15.0015.5 medium 9.0015 00; common 59.00 Hogs Eeceipts 4,314 head. Prices 2550c higher. Best hogs 150 lbs up 18.75 pigs. 150 lbs down 814.2517: throwouts $15.65 down. 72 head Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, no changes were noted in prices; best sheep 89.00 9.50,bucks 87.50 do wn;best lanbs 3151G; seconds 10.14 Culls Calves Corn, Wheat Farm Wagon, A. No. 1, Buggy and Double Harness, International Binder, Wheat Drill, Cultivator, Corn Drill, Disc Harrow. Plows and Farming Implements of all kinds. HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE. 889. Butter Country 27(d28c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candled 5c to 36c Terms will be given on day of sale. Sale begins at 9:00 a. m.. promptly. Don't miss it. Come and get the offers. J. S Breeding, one of the State's best Auctioneers, will be officer of the day. Semmern, Germany. C. L. HURT Executor. WE WILL PAY FOR LOGS. POPLAR: 3 to 16 in to 20 in 21 to 24 in 25 and up IO 17 $180 per 100 3.00 " " $2.25 per 100 2.00 " 2.50 " " -- . OAK: . CUT8ft length, clear stuff 3? K V .White Oak must have good growth Chestnut and Oak cut 10 ft. and up in $1.80 1.25 Tree Run, Beech All Common Logs per 100 "" :5 those 8 feet long must be clear 23 the price of good ones, except 3K Srtnduskv & Youn r Columbia, ?6 Kentucky. as -- KODAKS3i&3- - Take HERBINE for indigestion. It relieves the pain in a few minutes and forces the fermented matter which causes the misery into the bowels where it is expelled. Paull Drug Co. Sold by Adv Summer is coming and you need a Kodak. I 1 have just received a new line of Kodaks, Films, Wanted to Buy. the Latest Come in and let us show them to you Printing and Finishing also a Specialty. and Albums of Model. to-da- y. Want to buy one boiler 30 H. P. and one Engine 20 H. P. or more. This machinery must be in good running order. Call or write Jasper Doss. Pellyton, Ky. L. E. Columbia, YOUNG, . Jeweler, Kentucky. - - A4 For Sale. horse Fairbanks oil Engine, Guss Jeffries. good one, Call on, 19-2- C Home. County Court Clerk S. C. Neat has issued the following marriage licenses slnoe our last report: John W. Pike and Minnie P. Johnson; Virgil A. Harden and Lillie May "Wheeler; Dol-- i ord Burton and Martha Goodin. Dinwiddle, of Stanford, one of the best auctioneers in the State, cried the sale. Mr. Wolford says he paid him a good price for his services) but that he made money in doing it. The following stock was sold, and slso two automobiles and Tucks: One pair mules, 8247.50; one odd mule, $150; team of horses 9312.50; twenty head of cattle, from $20 to head of sheep at an $120; twenty-fiv- e average of $21.00; two automobiles and one truck brought $1,200. Farm- iDg tools sold wall. ilr. John B. First and second degrees will be conferred in Columbia, Lodge P. and A. fL Friday night. ftig Sale. Nowhere is a woman's character more clearly shown, or her talents given more scope for cultivation than in home making, and in no sphere is the true woman more content and happier than in housekeeping. Home is indeed the "dearest place" on earth when rightly made, and the memory of which remains with us until death, and will do more to, protect and re- strain its inmates than the grandest and most eloquent sermons from the ' -WoWord Bros'. Sale at Eoley, Tuesmost gifted ministers and orators. In Mrs. Margaret Coomer is vis day of last week, drew an immense thort, home is the kindergarten There are several new cases of iting: her son, Amos Coomer. A great many Commonwealth cases of all (Christian work and influence, crowd, and the sale was a perfect There will be meeting at Mor- Dinner was spread ontheground were disposed of. last week, nearly all the starting. point of all beautiful flu in this part at .this writing. enjoyed by all present. for miBor offenses. WMinhopM the flu had died 'is Chapel Sunday. Glad to think ''""-- ' thoughts and deeds. Aad' tbe day nw suc-jcaaB. Editor News: As it bas been quite awhile since I wrote to my home paper, ONE PIECE OVERALLS I will drop a few lines, as I guess the people around there would FREE. The Worthmore Suit NO CIRCULATION like to read a letter from a sol'BINDING is the only logical gar"OF AIR SUSPENDERS FROM NECK ment for comfort, neat dier in Germany. This is a nice TO FEET appearance, and hard .ALL country over here where we are. SEAMS v.jr A irrVr use. The cloth is of supThe people are good to us. We iTRIPLE r7 1 11 erior quality, all seams STITCHED V' ..,, I are about 7 miles from Coblenz, riii are and about 6 miles northwest of every detail has been BRASS guess you all the Rhine river. I considered and perfect 'BUTTONS satisfaction is assured. RIVETED back there are wondering when 7we are coming home. You all It allows freedom of reinforced. ; : r 'a movement and protects strain ta I know as much about that as we Jol: LOINT5 i niiiw j pniYmlAtpTv. tVio woa-na.;w T i do, and we have only got one service stripe and I am figuring on having one or more before They are better we get to cross the deep blue They are cheaper sea. There are about 10 of my home county boys in the comThe one piece suit is here to pany with me that came the stay, the same as in undersame time I did and we sure wear all progressive dealers have them. Our guarantee have a big time together. It is goes with every garment. pretty cold weather over here. Every seam is There is a little skiff of snow mmm on the ground, but the sun - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. shines good and warm. I have the record of my trip since I Distributed by left Spartansburg, S. C, July 1st, wrote out in a book. It is Incorporated some story, but I can't put it in here for it would take up to much space. We are having a good time now since the armistice was singed and the big out. ( we can attend services again. i shells quit bursting around us. Several people from Basil and People are busy burning to We creeped out of our dugouts bacco beds preparing for a big Weed attended court last week. like a snail and then jumped up crop of tobacco this season. Jerry Price and family visited and yelled to the top of our Mrs. Linda Moore is very low their brother, Tom Monday, Satvoice. I have gained about 20 urday, night. pounds since the war ceased. I at this time. Mr. Jack Gowen was in Grady-vil- le weigh 173 pounds and I sure do Mrs. Bertha Coomer is right today. feel good. So I guess I will sick. Hope she will be up in a A. J. Gowen bought a four quit for this time, and if this es- short time. year old mule from Willie Moncapes the waste basket I will gone to day for $175, Mr. Jim Firkins has m come again. Louisville with his little daughChildren who have worms are pale, ter, Blva, to have her eyes treat- cross, fretful, and sickly most of the Forest W. Floyd. m ed. Hope they will be back time. To rid the little body of them Basil. parasites WHITE'S CREAM VERhome in a few days. WORTHMORE BRAND 31 r triple-lock-stitche- d, 1 I I -- i . ECONOMY 111 I triple-lock-stitche- d. J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Kentucky. Louisville MIFUGE is an approved remedy. When the worms have been driven out the child grows strong healthy and robust, Sold by Paall Drug Co. Adv