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Program of The Fifth Sunday AGENCY AWARDED LOCAL DRUGGIST Meeting. Last Sunday week Mrs. Mollie Lll-lln At One Time a Trav- who was in her 61st year, diedat Last Tuesday and Wednesday there the home of her brother, Mr. M. Rey eling Man Over the was a large number of Methodist min- Yarberry, Elliott Ave., Louisvilfe isters and laymen and lay women in State. She was the widow of the late Capt. Columbia, being called here to attend J. H. Lillis, who was the keeper of a meeting of the Centennary Commit- the arsnel at Frankfort, during Gov. BURIAL SATURDAY AT COLUMBIA. tee formed for the purpose of asststr Beckham's administraclon, and who d Another enterprising and popular gentleman, in the person of Mr. Walker Bryant, left, with his family, for Clark county, Ind , their future home, last Monday morning. It has been known for several months that Mr. Bryant had made ud his mind to locate elsewhere, and it was believed that his new home would be Okla homa, as he had some interest in that State. Btit on a trip he made to Indiana some weeks aeo, he became well pleased with that State, bought two farms in Clark county, which has heretofore, been mentioned in The News, leaving the first of the week to take possessiou of them. Mr. Br ant is one of the best known men in Adair, and is popular through out the county. He has frequently held positions, and for eight years he was a very efficientcounty courtclerk. lie has been one of tne Democratic leaders in the county, and he will be greatly missed in party councils. He is a straight, honorable man, and his gentlemanly bearing will scon win him substantial fi tends in his new home Mr. Br ant has an excellent family, consisting of a wife, two small sons and four daughters, one of whom is grown, Miss Dcllie, who is popular with all the youug people, and whose departure will bo regretted by all her associates The smaller ones will also be missed by their little playmates. Mr. Bryant will always retaiu a warm place in his heart for the po pie of Adair county. They have taken pleasure in honoring him in the past, and he never violated a trust emposed in him We cheerfully commend this excel-Clar- k lent family to the people of county, Ind., knowing that it gains while Adair counr.v, K , loses. up-to-da- te Meeting. Ttie program of the Fifth Sunday Meeting to be held with the Columbia Baptist Church March 1919, is Paul! .Drug Company Secures as follows. Friday night, 28, Sermon L J. B. Sale Rights for Trutona in Smith. Columbia. Saturday 29th, 10:30, Devotional 28-3- ing in raising $35,000,000 in dye years, died some years ago. The remains-o- f v Mr. Geo. JJ. Miller, who was born to be expended in Christianizing the Mrs. Lillis were conveyed to Frankandj-ptreat.this place, and who was United States, helping to reconstruct fort and interred by by the side of her knort5'rjfcoughout Kentucky, died at in the War Zones and for the purpose husband Wm. Kirtley. now become widely popular in Louis- Lakelancr last Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, aged 48 years The deceased was a son of the late Jo H. Miller and Lou F. Miller. His wife, mother and two brothers survive him. Tor thirty years or more Mr. Miller was a traveling salesman out of Louis ville, and he commanded a large trade. The last five or six years of his life he was a partner in Tinsley, Miller wholesale candy house, selling his in. terest the first of last year, at which time his health was rapidly failing. ed that it would be best to send him to Lakeland, and accordingly the order was made by the Jefferson county Judge, Mr. Miller's home being in Louisville. The remains reached here, Columbia being his old home, Friday night Saturday morning the about 10:30 remains were interred in the family lot in the cemetery. The deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Columbia Lodge, Xo. 96, i?ree and Accepted Masons and Columbia Chapter No. 7, Royal Arch Masons, but the burial was pri deceased was an honorable, gentleman, and his death brought sorrow not only to his home people, but to friends throughout the h'gh-tone- d About five months ago it was decid- vate. The State. The funeral services were held at the Christian church, Rev. B. T. Watson and Eid. Z T. Williams officiat ing. There were a number of beautiful floral offerings. Cartwright. From expressions heard upon the street the entire delegation was well pleased with Columbia and the hospitable manner in which it was entertained. fancy prices There were more people in attendance than any sale held in 1 am going to go to Columbia for many moons. Any the balmy, sunnumber of ladies were present, bid- ny South. My sale begins Saturday, at ding and buying. 10 o'ciocR bought by John three hundred dollars. The two lots, C. S. Harris. cottage on each, brought 2,970 and were purchased by Walter Ingram, At the sale of the farm and perwho also bought the main residence sonal property of the late Larue Hurt, several months ago everything sold well. There was some stock sold, a lot of provender and Don't forget the sale at 10 o'clock farming impliments. The farm was next Saturday at C. S. Harris residence. sold to C. L. Hurt, a son of the deceased, for $6,500, and he afterward Bryant's sale last Thursday, drew a large crowd and bidding was spirited from the time the sale Many commenced until it closed. valuable articles were sold. 5A11 the furniture was comparatively new and of the best quality, and it brought Mr. Waluer of converting the heathen to the Christian religion. This district, embracing a number of counties is to raise $80,000, if we have been correctly informed. This sum can be easily raised by each member giving 10 cents per week during the time allotted for its collection. The $35000,000 is to be raised throughout Southern Methodism. All the ministers and laymen were very enthsiastic, expressing themselves as being confident that the full amount would be paid in during the five years Wednesday morning Judge Charles' Williams, of Hodgenville, laid out the work, the ministers and laymen returning to their respective homes, feeling confident that they would not fail in their great and laudable undertaking. Mr. Ed Hill, of Campbells-ville- , was Chairman of the meeting. Tuesday evening Bishop Collins Denney, of Richmond, Va., delivered a discourse, one of the most interesting, the most learned heard in this place for many a day It abounded in beautiful thoughts, clothed in the very. choicest language and delivered in a very forceful manner. His subject was Paul's defense of himself before King Agrippa. The Bishop has traveled in many countries, and he gave to his hearers the scenes in benighted localities in a most entertaining manner. He occupied about one hour and fifteen minutes, the church being crowded to its fullest capacity, and no speaking ever addressed a Columbia audience who re ceived closer attention. He also made a most interesting address to the congregation Wednesday forenoon. During the Bishop's stay In Columbia he was the guest of-and Mrs. W. F. Dr. The deceased was born, reared and largely educated In thi place, and is remembered by a number of Columbians. She was afflicted for a long time, and was treated by sone of the eminent physicians- - of the city of Louisville. ''What is Lacking most in our Association. W. W. Horner, W. N McCubbin, J. E. Scott, T. S Curry, Roy fladley and Lee Pendleton 12 1 p m. Lunch. 2 Meeting of the Executive 10:30-1- 2 1-- Trutona, the perfect tonic, that has Board As a girl she was modest and at tractive, possessing a genial disposition. Her old associates, yet living, will be sorry to learn that she .has crossed to the other side. Besides her half brother, she is survived by a devoted mother who had been her comforter all her life, and who now sorrows as only a mother can 1918 Sheep Claim money now ready. Call and get it. S. C. Neat, Clerk. See Mr. Wilson. "Burning the Devil's Libra-ary- " Prof. Arnold of Russel Creek Academy. 2:30 3:15 "Can a Child of God be a Baptist and not be a Missionary?" S. A. Edwards, Garnett Graves, Burton Yates, James Garnett. 7:30 p. m. Sermon WM. Kirtley. Sunday, 11:00 a. m., Sermon W. W. Horner. Dinner. 2:00 p. m., Address "The New Day for Baptists L C. Kelly. 7:30 p. m Sermon W. W. Horner. Kev. E. H. Blakeman, of Bloom-fielKy., will preach to the Columbia congregation on this occasion. Rev. Blakeman may consider a call to the pastorate of the local church. d, A saddle horse was D. Lowe. Jr., for Fertilizer. the V. sold it to his brother-in-laK. W. Bell, who immediately took possession. fertilizers, Wanted. To rent a typewriter the Red Cross, 14 acid. Also 16 and with standard keyboard. 20 acids, also a good tobacco grower. Call at News Office. See me before making a purchase, and t my get my prices. D. E. Phelps, Columbia, Ky. The basketball game, played in the -2- l-4t Graded School Gym, lastWednesday night, Town team against .the school Miss Mollle Caldwell sold her residence, on Burkesville street, to Dr. team, terminated in favor of the latter, the score Standing 26 to 7. H. W. Depp, consideration, 84,250. The line up, C. H. S., C. Dunbar, She bought the J. S Breeding resiClayton, Claycomb, Buster, J. dence, situated on the street leading Cunditf, Dunbar. Town Team F. Pickett, to tne Graded sehool building for Barger, Hancock, X. Pickett, about the same price. Mr. Breeding Davis, Epperson. will remove to a smaller residence for the present. He has only three in Notice. family now and he calculates tovspent the winters in the South. We have closed out our plan- Sam Burdette's mule sale, last Sat- I ing mill and all parties indebted urday, brpught a number of good buyers to Columbia Thirty-tw- o head to us are requested to settle at were sold and they brought from 8175 once. to 8545 per pair. This was a fine I4-t- f Bryant & Burton. . bunch of mules. C 21-I- I have on hand Will pay you the best market Dr. G. L. Wilson, who was here price in cash for your chickens with Paul! Drug Company last year, and eggs. advertising and selling Hydra-Sena 22-- 3t Geo. McLean. curative medicine that should be. in every household, is here this week The medicine is guaranteed to reDon't Forget. store patients who are suffering from the after effects of the flu, and sysThe Demobilization and Reconstructematic troubles. The Doctor vill be tion Conference, Apr., 1st and 2nd. in front of the Paull Drug Co., every day this week. He has a musician few Be and wear one of The program will be out in a Kev. days. We are looking for the and ventriloquest with him, who will Murray's Spring Capes. Charles W. Welch, of the Fourth Ave , entertain the crowd before the lecture. church in Louisville, the one time Paull Drug Co., has sold the preparaRailroad-Road-Boa. year and it has given perHe Is a live wire. Special Request. tion for l All soldiers and sailors requested to fect satisfaction. meet Lieut. Miller Apr. 1st, at 1 Lieut. Dr. Oliver P. Miller has con- o'clock, on court square. We are exBirthday Dinner. sented to act as "Field Marshall" on pecting the Cane Yalley Band. Apr. 2nd, and to assist him in prepaand Graded & Tne Lindsey-Wilso- n Last Sunday week Mrs Martha ration he requests every returned sol- High Schools will take dinner with Health, whose home is near Breeding, dier and sailor in the county to meet the people Apr. 2nd, at the High this county, celebrated her 77th birth- him on the Public square Mch , 29fch, School Grounds "Boys" of the Army day. A magnificent dinner was pre- say by 1 o'clock, to retire to some will be Banqueted inside the Gymnapared by her neighbors and friends, suitable place and agree on a drill for sium and there were seventy-fivinvited April 2nd. The "Boys" will be Every body get busy guests on the square Apr. 2 about B. T, Watson. Eld. F. J. Barger, of this place, was 11 a m , and march to the Public present and he reports that it has School Grounds, where dinner will be Big SttcK Sale. rarely fell to his lot to participate in served. All friends to the soldiers as well as the soldiers themselves are a more elegant repast. The day throughout was happily requested to spread this information It will take place at Campbellsville spent, and no one in the entire num- at once d Thursday, April 3rd at 10 a. m. Publicity Com. ber wore a more pleasing smile than head of registered and Jersey Mrs. Health", who received a number Milch cows 50 head of registered Du-ro- c of useful presents. and spotted Poland China hogs, Farms For Sale. consisting of sows and nice litter of Mr. Farmer: Married. pigs The cows and hogs are of the Come to Clark County Indiana,' just best breed 8 head of horses and mules Last Wednesday afternoon, at the across the Ohio river from Louisville, will be sold. Terms, 6 and 12 months. If you want fine stock attend this home of Judge J. J Simpson, Miss and buy your farm. sale Lena Wilson and Mr. Kobert A, Limestone, blue grass, orchard grass Chandler & Lyon. Montgomery were united in wedlock and tobacco soil, Good markets, good oy .uia. ' j. larger The groom is roads, excellent schools, price. $50- - to ' 61 years old and the bride 29 Died in RusselLCounty. The 150 per acre. ceremony was pronounced on Judge White &McCuIlough Simpson's birthday, he being seventy- Mrs. Herschel Dunbar, who lived at four. The groom is a farmer and the 408 Spring Street Olga, in Russell county, died last couple will likely reside on the farm Jeffersonvilie, Indiana. Thursday. She had suffered a great owned by the bride, near Wilson's old deal from affliction, and had undermill site. The brtde was an orphan, gone an operation in Louisville, but but she has many friends, who trust relief failed to come. While at home-sh- e that she and her husband will be hap- Does Adair County Want Good had the attention of the best lo py, and contented as long as they both cal physicians. She was a sister of may live. Roads? Mr.Jo Barnes, who-i- s the mail contractor between this place and James Attend the sale oK. S. Harris next What few Roads we havfc are in town She was an estimable woman, Saturday, at 10 o'clock if you want one who had many friends. The fufarm implements or some good house- a Deplorable condition. Where neral was largely attended.. g, -y. ville and other cities of the State, now is on sale in the store of the Paull Drug Company. The unprecedented success of Trutona is due entirely to its efficiency. Scores of Kentuckians are daily testifying to the beneficial results they have obtained from its use. What better proof of a medicine's merit could be desired? Trutona is a tonic of the highest degree, exciting the appetite and invigorating the digestion. It is highly recommended for the treatment of dyspepsia, stomach trouble, liver and kidney troubles and catarrhal affections Its action on the liver is almost instantaneous, exciting that most important organ when languid and resolving its torpor and chronic engorgement. Trutona acts directly on the mocus membranes, producing a sharply stimulative effect and leaving a pleasant tonic condition. It is a very valuable agency in all catarral affections, those cf the alimentary tract, head and nose. Trutona is a prompt, efficient and absolutely safe laxative, it is a strength builder, unsurpassed by any preparation. Its use is recommended by run down and weakened men and women who are recovering from the serious of pneumonia, influenza and deep colds. Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Columbia at THE PAULL DRUG CO. after-effects Don't forget that Davenport you promised yourself. Murray. Dr G. L. Wilson, who sells Hydra-Sen- g, is in front of the Paull Drug Co., this week. Mr. M. A. Monday, of Casey Creek, sold a short Horn cow recentlyfor 8150. He bought a Jersey cow for S110. e "Mo-bllized,- " GetthatnewSuitat Murray's Twen-ty-flv- Personals. Mr. J. O. Russell left for Louisville Friday, to ba absent several days. Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw returned from Edmonton last Saturday. Mr. Albin Murray was in Louisville last week, purchasing sp'ring goods. Mr. Ed Hill, who is active and Iiber-- al in all Church work was with the committee. Dr. N. M. Hancock and wife, Cane Valley, spent two days with Judge and Mrs. Hancock last week. Judge Charles Williams, of Munford-vill- e, presided over the Centlnnary Committee, which convened here last Wednesday. Mrs. John Baird, of Louisville, sis- ter of Mrs. Anna Miller, accompanied the latter here, who came with the remains of her husband, Geo.,K. Miller. hold goods. ' Mrs. Julia A. Burton Dead D. E. Phelps shipped 150 hogs to the Louisville market, from Greens-bur- g last Wednesday. He paid for 13 to 17J cents per pound. them Irhe bull which will be offered for sale at C. S. Harris' sale, next Saturday, is the finest individual in all this country. It should nob leave the county. Mr. V. Sullivan will remove from Campbellsville to Columbia. He will occupy the residence setting back from Water Street, owned by Mr., H. G. Chilson. On Saturday March 29th, 1919 at 1 o'clock p. m. at my home on Stanford Street, I will" offer for sale tolthe highest and best bidder a lot of household and kitchen For Sale Cheap furniture including bed steads, dressers, folding beds, stoves 1 large Ice box, holds 1,000 One More Big Drive. tables etc, etc One L. C, Smith good one. 1 Refrigerator hold 75 or 100 lbs., of ice. Don't Typewriter fine condition. For Sale. I 22 2t Geo McLean. One more big loan one more big forget the time and place. Edwin Hurt, Three floor glass show cases, two 10 drive to pay for what our boys did in We wish to extend our heartfelt France. The spirit that characterised Columbia, Ky. feet, one 12 feet. Prices reasonable. thanks to those who assisted us durthe American troops is evident at 21-Mrs. W. L. Walker. ing the short illness of our little dar- 22-home. Everyone worth the victory Columbia, Ky. ling, Dorothy, which ended in death. ( won in Europe will do his full part in Mr. and Mrs Charley Parson. coming Victory Liberty Loan camTripletts. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. the Last Sunday' forenoon the subject of this notice passed away at her home, year. She was in her seventy-nintthe mother.of J. B. and E M Burton, a devout Christian woman, one who who was looked upon by the people of the community as a mother in Israel. lbs., and Her funeral was largely attended. h 2t lt there arn't any they are badlyJ needed. Koadsmake living easier. Gome to the meeting of the Fiscal Court at the Court-housat Columbia, on April 3rd, 1919, and discuss with the court and a Representative of the State Road Department what will be best to do. Something must be done. Let every taxpayer be there. e, J. Callison, of were here to attend the neral of Mr. Geo. P.. Miller, the Mr. and Mrs. W. son. Mrs. Bruce" Mid-.dlesbo- ro, fude- Public Sale. ceased being a nephew of Mrs. CalliMontgometyls condition remains about the sa'me as reported last week. Her affliction is serions, requiring time to bring about, permanent relief. Bev, W. F. Hogard, who was a resident of this place for four years, the Presiding Elder of the Columbia District, was at the meeting of the Centennary Committee, his many friends being glad to see him. Mr. G. W. Giles and daughter, Miss Helen, Thos. Cornelison, J.R. Roberts, . Rouse Eades, J. O. Durham, Mrs. Rice, H. T. Parrott and wife, IT. Hobson and wife, were here, from Campbellsville, last Wednesday. Mr. W. B. Barger, wife, and two children,' Geraldine and Walter B. Barger, Jr., of Aberdeen, Washing- -' ton, are visiting relatives Inthe county. Mr. Barger is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Barger, who live at Joppa Mr. Barger is, associate principal, Grays Harbor Bu!ese Celllege, .legated In hte city. , , . , . , v B.-M-- Mrs. Kobert Ingram, the wife of the cashier of the Bank of Russell Pure Bred Barred Springs, presented her .husband, last John W. Birton and Mrs. Clitie the 1I- -' morning, with three girl Rock'Eggs $2.00 for 15 .prepaid. Burton, both ofi Purdy, procured .1000 bushels Northern White Spring Tuesday babies. They are all well developed, mmnn from the Adair county clwka W. D. Murrah, The latest designs in the "new Qiats for sale. 'See wefbefo're buying. and the trio and the mother are doofioe, last week, to wed. This , is the f J. B. Barbae, Columbia, Ky. -ing well. ElkhoritfKy. 20i8r capes at Murray's Mteod nuruf e for each one. j For Sale. Charles Parson died last Wednesday morning. It was a victim of double Plymouth pneumonia, following the fllu. .Burial In afternoon. ' ) paign. Seed Dais. '. 21-t- i n: l. (i $ ta w 'r - y ?JfJV t ZZZrgyZ .- 1 I - i. 2 Adair county news Glenstork. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 1 tt$&&&&&&&& & A UTILITY GINGHAM Farmers are taking advantage ADAIR of the pretty spring days by fix- NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED LATEST AND MOST EAUTIFUL PATTERNS ;;; LADIES These New Goods. Select Yoiir SPRING DRESSES For UTILITY WEAR Now From Utility Ginghams Make the Most Common Senst Dresses for the Girls and Children 4 We Have SIKLS, LADIES' djp a Beautiful New Line of WAISTS, and FANCY GARMENTS of and FINE QUALITY 4 LATEST PATTERNS, Tobacco Canvass Murray Columbia, dQi CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. R. T. Caskey Plaintiff ) ing for large crop of both corn J. vs C. M. Chelf &c Defendant) and tobacco. By virture of a Judgment and OrMr. Lewis Wilkinson has open der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ed up a new dry good and grocery rendered at the March Term, thereof, store at this place, with Theron 1919, in the above cause, I shall proTaylor clerk. Theron is a fine ceed to offer for sale at the Courtyoung man and with his pleasant house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on li iiiMiniLgM and courteous disposition will Monday the 7th day of April 1919, at win customers. one o'elock p. m., or thereabout (beMorgan and Clyde ing County Court,) upon a credit of Charles Marshall who have been at six months the following described " Sh! What would happen Two certain tracts of Lynch Ky., for some time have property, to me if I were your kid? land Ijing in Adair County, Ky. The Well, if you're not acquainted returned home. first tract lies in the town of Roley, with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good exJohn Kelsay and family have Adair County, Ky., and is bounded on cuse I have. Can't Help moved to the Sandusky property the North by the land3 of J. A. Stay-toHelping Myself they're so good I Good for me too, beon the East by the lands of Dr near here. cause Calumet Bakings are wholesome and easily digested. Gabbert, on the South by the lands of Mr. Sam Sandusky and wife Millions of mothers use Zach Harmon, and on the West by 3 moved to Columbia. have the lands of J. A. Stayton. ContainMrs. Cabell of Fairplay, was ing about 3 or 4 acres. The second B&UNQ POWDER 1 visiting her daughter, Mrs. tract lies in Adair County, Ky., about because of i ts purity because it always gives best results and is f miles from Roley, Strange and other rela- one and economical in cost and use." Frank Calumet contain only each and contains about 20 acres and Is inzrtdient as haca been aptives at this place last week. proved officially by the U. S. bounded and described as follows: On Food Authorities. Tandy Thomas was viBiting the North by the lands of U. S. Stay-toYou save when you buy It. You save when you uso II. on the East by the lands of C. M. his daughter, Mrs. Marvin Tray-lo- r, QUAIJTY. AWARDS Breeding, last Saturday Chelf, on the South by the lands of C. 3I at Zi"Zx&&J M. Chelf and on the West by the lands and Sunday. of J. C. Carroll. For the purchase Thomas Taylor who is in a price, the purchaser, with approved very low state of health, is no surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the better at this writing. day of sale until paid, and having the Mrs. Helen Turner, of Bowforce and effect of a Judgment, Bid ling, Green was visiting relatives ders will be prepared to complj at this place last week. promptly with these terms. Otis Lewis made a business W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. to-wi- t; Pirate- - Jaa The 1 n, ALU MET one-hal- i n, Kentucky O''&O 4 trip to Sand Lick Springs one day last week. Kev. Ashby filled his appoint 1 Iv. Next Door to The Adair County New Office. A pain in the side or back that catches you when you straighten up Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on calls for a rubbing application of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It re Jamestown road laxes the contracted muscles and Phone 114 G. permits ordinary bodily motion withI will drill wells in Adair and Columbia, Kvj out suffering, orinconvenienca. Sold adjoining counties. See me be Adv- by Paull Drug Co. SURGEONS agree that in cases of fore contracting. Latest imCuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the proved machinery of all kinds. FIRST TREATMENT is most imPump Repairing Done. Give portant. When an EFFICIENT anme axCall. tiseptic is applied promptly, there Is Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist ment at the Methodist church Special attention given Diseases of all last Sunday. H. Jones I WELL DRILLER the wound begins to heal at once. For use on Take HERBINE for indigesticn. man or beast, BOROZONE is the It relieves the pain in a few minutes IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL-IMand forces the fermented matter AGENT. Buy it now and be which causes the misery into the G J. C. YATES no danger of infection and Health About Gone Many bowels where it is expelled. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv ready for "an emergency. Sold b Adv Paull Drug Co. women frfrS0 t t thousands o! suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this I Want a Man o o o 4MHHBHPJHP , " Copyrightmj by R. 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In this we lost nail s& many men were in the Confederate army t. ng the civil war. tit 7 There are mighty few married women who do not envy an old maid who is comfortably fixed and. who doe3 not have to ask a man for money, every time she .needs a dime. doesn't keep a husband awake the way a husband who talks in his sleep keeps a wife awake. The only time a man ever shows as much patient as his wife is when he goes fishing fishing-is T. T. Beeler 2bl Stacks rBW; - . ! LouisTaieKy. t i a trial. AU Druggists "! j A. 'wife who talks in her sleepLwhere'the poor, ..:.': HMMHHMMmHHMMmmHmMM J I . a -- X ;. vi , ,. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Lertiam- teed f " Ji- - iBBHIBHBHB -- - Sash, Doors, Windows. When you put up a house or any other structure you want material that will give .entire satisfaction. The stock of mill work which we sell is guaranteed to give the best of '. , service because it is made right. 3 VfiL- 3 3- - H M- - W re 3&T Certain-tee- d 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 WHEN YOU BUY FROM US You are assured or high quality Our business methods S make new friends every day. i$t. 5& at a fair price. 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 j and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. The durability and economy of Certain-te- e J arc recognized the world QiXt, as proved by its enormous sale. X 7& SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMRES , It It is now the standard roof I for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, 'warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc. Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. 71x quently make suggestions that suit the need. WMfJm YiE19iHHk At OUR CUSTOMERS ARE FRIENDS jsfeFarm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods H 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' II 355"j E lumber. Certain-tee- d ises Certain-tee- d Products Corporation XX Offices &Warebonet in Principal Citie of America Manufacturer of is our policy to help our customers save money, avoid se :ae: waste and get complete satisfaction in the purchase of all' ae kinds of lumber and building material. When they tell" H . us their plans wetell them how to buy economically and what to use. When their plans are indefinite,, we- fre- - 3sF.' - Paints Varnishes Roofing m 522: I -- ioS- S. M. SANDERS & CO. CAMPBELLS VILLE, - KENTUCKY. iSSSSSeU'''-- ' WE WILL PAY FOR LOGS POPLAR: v . ATTENTION I ! . 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: I f to 16 in 7 to 20 ' 21 to 24 in 25 and up 10 $1.80 per 100 in...-...,...:.- . 2.00 c it - OAK: ' CUT 8ft , tt2.50 3.00 tt (i $2.25 per 100 .White Oak must have good growth Chestnut and Oak cut 10 ft. and up in 3 5S- - length, clear stuff 2-- 1 $1.80 per 10O 4 Split Hickory Spokes 30 in. Long Price Per M. Pieces. On Heart 1 in. . free Run, Beech 1.25 (i Depth x x x x Length 26 in. A. B. & $12.00 15.00 20.00 15.00 30.00 ' C " D $10.00 12.00 15.00 12.00 ,., - All Common Logs 3 the price of good ones, except those 8 feet long must be clear ' m 3 3 If in... b. Jib. 2 in. 30 in. V 1in. 30b. ' ! ' ky & Y ' 1b. 21b: 21b. 2 in.- . .2. 2Jb. 26 b. Columbia, Kentucky. x x x x 2ib.. 3 b. .. ' 30 b. 20.00 18.00 26 b. " 25.00 45.00 35.00 . ' 30 b. 30.00 20.00 - 5K5KKi88gS8ffil i im8SXmX SALE. 2 b. -- 3 in; 26 b. are Shell Bark Hickory. Spokes that All Spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or shakes, sun checks,,' short brash, also containing defects, such as worm holes,' knots, bird pecks, wind COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S crooks will be classed as culls. , b length and 30 inches long is wanted. . ADAIR UIR- - These spokes must be full UIT CODRT OP KENTUCKY. ) ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Will Murrell &c Plaintiff ) Edd Murrell &c Defendant) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Ciicult Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1919, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offej for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia. Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 7th day of April 1919, at one o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described t: property A certain tract ef land lying in Adair County, Ky., in the Flat Woods, containing 20 acres more or less and adjoining the lands of J. F. Gilpin, B. E. Rowe and oth ers. For more complete description reference is made to the judgment, pleadings, order of sale and Survey on file in said case. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the Bidforce and effect of a judgment. ders will be prepared te comply promptly with these terms. ? i A. CoSey, Master CoHasniasie):.', to-wi- G. R. Reed &c Plaintiff V3 SPLIT 2nd. GROWTH WHITE OAK SPOKES, 30 In. LONG. Price Per M. Pieces. On Heart 2 b. 3h b N Depth 3 in. 3 Length 30 b. 30 b. A & B. . b. $50.00, 75.00 $25.00 40.00 one-thir- '' - ' - x : of d or The A. and B. Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit all other defects, tough and. heavy. timber in sizes 2 x 3 b. and larger, if the spokes are jree from less sap Auto Spokes, White Oak and Hickory. 3 x x 3 35 : 4 16 b. Long 16 in. " $3500 40.00 V V-- ' ; .- .Second Growth Black Oak Auto Spokes. 31 x x 31 4 16 16 b. Long $25.00 - '?-- , f FxancesReed Defendant J , By virture of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the March Term, thereof, 1919; in the above cause, I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 7th day of Apr., 1919, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, towit: A certain tract of land lying and being in the Town of Columbia, Ky. Bounded by Market Street, Madison Alley. Pinkney Alley vs The Indiana Legislature? has? passed a law forbidding raaglscr trates to perform the marafajr ceremony. This will cai ufci Jeffersonville as the Gretoa& Green for Kentucky elojfojjr couples. There have been roaur' thousands of couples married by? the magistrates in JeffersoirriliG and it has been a thriving baseness. It is ended by the act c the Indiana Legislature will cut but little ice with coa&tsr-who liie want to run off and e!t. married in this part of the Stated as it is only a day's ride to Be sure you are right -- .35 b " 35.00' andthelands of J. H. Judd. JTo ADAIR SPOKE COMPANY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. . m aMM m S more complete description reference is made to the judgment, pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sate until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply prompt ly with these ternw. W .. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner then lineup your Eskimo. as3 get ready to provit- - Ntariy everybody is from Missouri ad8 When you see a man. using mm hands to help him do his- - taikkjE.' you have to sdmiftbat mmy v true word is spoken m geatwvu. HERBINE cures, copstipatioo regotar' bowel meets. Sel4.byPaHll'I)rug.Co. The News $1.50 & 2.00 a yr. .v- - .V . Ad, i' jj T M THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i 4. Adair CoaiUy Neu)s Published On Wednesdays. WORTHMORE BRAND BOYS' OVERALLS "America's Best" A heavy, durable, economical, dependtriple-lock-stitch- ed $ Golam6iai Kentucky- MARKSDALEIHAMLETT, Public Sale On Saturday, the 29th of March, 1919, H Editor el the City of Columbia Democratic nevipaper devoted to the Interest and the people of Adair and adjolnlns countlei. able boys garment; guaranteed to render the service demanded. Made of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with seams, featuring solid brass buttons and heavy elastic suspenders. They resist the strains, twists and pulls of hard use-t- he extra full cut size insures long service they're a pride and a pleasure. -- Entered at the ColumbauPost-officlass aail matter. e as second "America's Best." Subscription Price lstTand2nd Postal Zones 1L per yer. All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year .All Subscription due and Payable in Advance. ' Ask f"5B jsS &5 V i WED. MARCH. 26,1919.! ANNOUNCEMENT. aft will sell farm implements of various kinds and household goods consisting of nearly all useful ar tides used in the average home of this section. I FOR STATE SENATOR. We are authorized to announce Mr. Jas. R; Garnett a Democratic candidate for the State Senate in the Dis- trict composed of the counties of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. His candidacy is sub!ecfc to the action of the voters at the August primaiy. - Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- d. Hon. Shelton Saufley, of Rich-mon- d, Manufactured by have some purebred Duroc gilts, three cows, good ones; one registered Polled Durham bull, 2 years old,; 17 head of young cattle;bees, bee stands and fixtures The cattle are in fine shape, and persons who are needing this character of stock should not fail to attend the sale. This is a closeout sale. I Democratic candidate for Congress, to succeed the late .Hon. Harvey Helm, was in Columbia the first of the week, xneeting.old friends and forming the acquaintances of new ones Mr. Saufiey.has long been an active party man, and at present he is the editor of the Richmond Eegister. It is not known at this time how the nomination will be made, but it would be gratifying to the Democrats in this section if the committer would call a primary or a convention. The people want a say. Mr. Saufley was accompanied to Columbia by Senator R L. Hubble, of Lincoln county. J. Z1NSMEISTER & SONS LOUISVILLE, INCORPORATED KENTUCKY Remember the sale will begin at 10 o'clock, a m. The and reared in Columbia. subject of this mention visited her e often When a young man. and on last Friday he mat many friends he knew while in his teens. Judge Hardin was very gladly received here, and he expressed himself as being exceedingly gratified wirh his visit who lived in and who died in He has not as yet announced his this place many years ago. His candidacy, but it is more than- father, Judge C. A. Hardin, and likelythat he will get in the his uncles, Gen. P. W., and Mr. race. Ben Lee Hardin were all born Judge Charles A Hardin, of who has been Harrodsburg, prominently mentioned throughout the Eighth Congressional district, as a suitable gentleman to succeed the late Hon. Harvey Helm, was in Columbia last Friday for a few hours. He is a grandson of Parker C. Hardin, j next Saturday at my residence, on the Stanford road, -- v . one mile east of Columbia. C. S. Columbia, Harris, Kentucky. 4&&&Q&$1 M $$$ 43tiaVia x' C f Zf V V Br J' ?tf m S' vv w ", - - - - yj. KODAKS J- f Notice, Farmers! BETTER BE SAFE QHRRV TO AM UVluvx. Y UlrtlN -- f - will pa 2.20 per bu. cash for No. 2 Wheat, delivered at my exchange, in front of the Court 1 house door, at CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. I re tAi Safety is assured to the policyholder of The T Its strong resources, ex- X CONTINENTAL. perienced management and careful operation $ make it proof even against conflagration danger. Policyholders of the Continental Insurance Co. never have cause to be sorry. The Company's established reputation for square treatment of every honest claim assures an irreducible minimum of sorrow, together with maximum safety. I coming and you need a Kodak. have just received a new line of Kodaks, Films, and Albums of the Latest Model. Summer-i- s Come in and let us show them to you L. E. YOUNG, to-da- y. Printing and Finishing also a Specialty. Columbia, - $ -- - Jeweler, Kentucky. 1 gFor Further Information Call on J. S. BREEDING, Columbia, Ky., G. R. REED, & & vum., r'iitmKio B, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE, i - - Kftiitnckv.- mminfflntmnimimwrnfflmmmmmmmmmmfflmmfflm m m , HI Oxy Acetylene Welding m m Or L. A. 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This coffe"5 comes to you 100 per cent pure not mixed or blended it is so heavily ladened with that rich, tropical flavor, possessing such de- ' licious fragrance and aroma that it should , justly be termed the coffee V-lu-cio- us. HANNAHS LUSTRO-FINIS- H m m m J BBIHHflVITHViCv,ilQr?f; lllBWWVlSKrlVJ ivtrjb I ifi "MiHSIPBBIir iff sFirt v'MKBS, h ii -- .. "SUPREME." cup this 2 One f 'fr ri T J V. J KllkA i Vi- T clear aroma-ladeII of n Wll. certainly aengntyou. 1JXX coffee IX. www rich, YvaIWjHHH Presto! iYou'11 be surprised at 'the results. Bright, lustrous and beautiful floors appear, best x all, you can apply this handy product your self. Just get a can and put it on as you would varnish. Equally good for wood fry.i7, yBA. work and rurmture. AfWffi&M Made To Comes in all nat- Jipjfrm&n& ' Walk jMr ural wood colbrs. Kearns & Burkholder m Machine Shop jg W? !!! H! 1 Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. ft T HI TIW CAMPBELLSVILLE, --- KENTUCKY. T l!mHHi!nin'"H!imni!!!!!!!ni!!!!H!!J!!!!H!n!!!!Hn!f!!m to the Elizabeth Hospital, Lebanon, the fifst of the week. Appendicitis is the tronble. She is a daughter ,ot Miss Lena McFarland was conveyed )s6fck On m WW mw w r A m WfMMMiMfim J. Zmsmeister & Sons ,iP. ROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY. Louisville, Ky. SOLD BY L UwlLUOlL'M mwr w -- - THEfJEFFRIES HDW. STORE, ColumbiaKy. The funeral services over the remains of MJssLettie Bennett, whose death was. announced last week, wa3 conducted by Rev. B.'T. Watson, of the Presbyterian Church, in the pres enc of many relatives and friwMte. The interment was In Columbia Cemetery, and the whole neighborhood attended her burial. There were many beautiful lowers. Mr. Solomon McFarland. The resikence of Mr. CalTln Maupin, near the'spoke factory, was consuMed' by fire this morning about 3 o'cleefc. But little of the household goods were 1 . THE ADAIR COUNTY-NEW- S ' N - ': ' ''". " . r . v :4 ". . V,' U y 'i. ' ' :C::&",- I I M 0T" . rr Tif2$s 7? t ..: r w , a;! v v,' . 'i'-iV-"-- " - vr ' v w' , I "ife"' 4-7-- ' r BALL. CHIEF, 3806, A. S. H. '. R.- - $15.00 TO INSURE. A LIVING COLT. -- DESCRIPTION: Ball Chief, in color is a rich red chesinut, far and snip, right hind pastern white-- , 9 years old 16 hands high, has find head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck,' that comes-ouof his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He' has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all the gaits in a most attractive mauner. ' While he has not been extensively shown,, yet, he has contended for hqnors in some of the best congregations of show As a breeder he horaes and his many winnings are proof of his powers to meet .the requirements in the best show rings. is in the front rank, transmitting to his get, form, size, style 'and manner of going that are his characteristics and which make, not only the show animal, but the general utility horse the horse that will always live in the fancy of men and perform the service in that manner that will command a fancy price. v t BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief, 1361, by Bourbon Chief, 976, by Harrison Chief, 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louis ab e Ii 5900, by Red Squirrel, 53. 2nd dam Juella C, by Jewell Denmark, 70, he by Washington Denmark, 64. 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist, 75. and is An every way worthy pf your careful consideration. 4th dam by Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of high-class d It is now conceded by all good horse judcres that old Red Bird is one of thegreatest DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: Lawrence Rouseau is the greater horse sired by old is the finest individual, as well as the best bred colt ever sired by Red Bird. We have four imsires ever produced in Southern Kentucky. It is also generally admitted that Lawrence Rouseau believinjr that Lawrence Rouseau is the greatest Red Bird horse in existence today Our first reason is his superior individuality. Our second is the money for which he has portant reasons for sold. Our third is his matchless record as a show horse. Our last is the faultless pedigree which proves him to be the best bred hor3e in Southern Kentueky. Lawrence Rouseau is a chestnut white hind feet, a blaze and snip. As an individual he stands almost without an equal. He has the eize, the color, the form, the style, and the biggest sorrel, 12 years old, 16 hands high,-wit- h ways of any horse in Kentucky, He was sold by R. P. Paull. of Columbia, when one year old for $350, that being the highest price ever paid for a yearling colt in Adair county. He was sold as--a for $600, again breaking the record for a colt of his age. He was shown as a yearling and as a two year old in six county fairs, but was never defeated by a stallion, mare or geldv ing of his age. He made his first show in the sweepstake harness ring for all ages, but won the premium, defeating some of the best stallions sires by dignity Dare. He was shown last summer-iThis proves that as a show horse he stands without a peer for one of his age. two fancy turnout ring?, winning the premium in each case in competition with the finest horses in the country. Red-Birtwo-year-o- ld LAWRENCE ROUSEAU No. 2744, A. S. H. R. $12.50 To Insure a Living Colt. e Rouseau, like his famous old sire, Red Bird, has proven himself one of the greatest sires yet known to the people of Kentucky. His colts are the kind that are the most sought by as well as by every lover of a good horse. His colts are now reaching the age of maturity arid a number of them have been sold at prices ranging from $250 to $400. Good horses were never higher and scarcer not even enough to supply our local demand. There wa3 never a better time in the hiBtory of this country to raise a good horse than now. If you want the best breed to the best. I respectfully in vite you to inspect this horse, and his colts in this and adjoining counties before booking your mares. Lawrence Rouseau, No 2744, A. S. H. R., sired by Red Bird, No. 1956, yrand sire of Joe Brown, No. 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington, No. 323, he by Gist's Black Hawk. Red Bird's dam by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. Lawrence Rouseau's first dam, Elsie Owsley, No. 2496, by Red Squirrel, No 5S, he by Black Squirrel, he by Black Eagle, he by King. Eagle,. he by. Washington Denmark. Second dam, Liila Garden, No. 864, by Artist, No. 75. Third dam, Bertie, by Grey Lexington", he by Steel Dust. Fourth dam by Stump, the dealer. the-dealers, I have three good black Jacks, 6 .and ' ,7 .years', old1, r-i'.- t r';lL p$ .- .3-- 4: tol6 hands high, -- w '.-- . . . . ''- - .v.-'-'U-- ut. -,-" wuujd, tee ss.uu.. BRADY, fee ,8.00. - --r-r ur - tv 'n ift r rr -, '. V r.A "71 ; ;- ; ;v -- V ' '"' '" ":""' --- v- - . JIM GORE, a small black Jack, fee 6.00 and 7'.a0v..' the above cases LIVING COLTS INSURED. The above described stock will make the season of 19,19- -- In . 411 - - at my farm,' known .as the Jordan Page farm, one and; a - half miles. East of Cane4 Valley, Ky.. Is 1 I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance, at actual cost of feed. Inali;casesmoney is due and must be paid when mares.are bred to other stocktradedWrtfpnm noitrllhnrnnnn BJIfnntlh ...j nnnuimf .. All obuucv n :il nn:..n .. nm.nvl nit'nnUnn'' auu uuo nay a J ww,..wUVU. mo i.uuoCm, otcjucuiD X. n.'J.. uut xxii nnnU yviu ictcivc uui pciouiiai aiwuuun, anJ Jna v.ae mill vatu r eO Wltu, ur icmuvcu nwm tii Vo- folran i.u picvcui, annMnntEi yicsitByeH, U..i. .WJH! HOC D re sponsible should any occur. : Ji-m-,r.uv-.w- w - w- rwAi-mrtt- - .- -. il- W. C. VANHOY, ,- -f Cane ValleY, Ky. , ,' rO r vck " " 3-2-- nn ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NOTES ON ADAIR COUNTY. by John avroe Steele. inHupon the island and thereafter, proceedings, to preempt the land, werejtaken, either by him or his successors. During the mmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi WILLIAM LEWIS, 1833. WOODSON LEWIS, 1919. m autumn of 1779, he sold his improvements, and rights by reason The writing of these notes was of same, to one Thomas Hurley, suggested by the writings of who occupied the cabin, during Judge H. C, Baker, lately the folio winor winter, but was in the Adair County drivenaway, through fear of News, and are intended as the Indians, in the spring of the a supplement to his writings, year, following. The preempand will be continued in future tion right covered four hundred numbers of The News, if found acres.Jwhich Hurley, afterwards, perfected. The land seems to to be of interest.) have been occupied, not regularly, but, from time to time, as No. 8. the temporary cessations of STHE FIRST CABIN IN ADAIR COUNtroubles from the Indians, perTY. mitted, from the time of its ocThe erection of the first cabin, cupation by Phelps. The island in Adair county, with a view to is only a short distance below permanent settlement in the the site of the corner of Lincoln county, was very much removed, and Jefferson counties, when both in time and place, from the the portion of Adair county, time and place usually accredit- which is north of Green river, ed by history and traditions, as was embraced within, the county being the time and place of the of Jefferson. first settlement in the county. The relationship, which exist We have all been taught to be- ed between the Phelps, who lieve, both, by history and tra- made the settlementatthe mouth dition, that the first settlement of Spruce Pine, is not known, made in the county, was that, but, it is to be presumed, that ic made by Col. Wm. Casey and was that of a father and three bis associates, ' in the year of sons, as they came, together, to 1789, upon the farm once known Logan's Fort, in Lincoln county, as the Settle's farm and later, in the year, 1777 or 1778, where as the James Callison farm. This they, with the exception of Samfarm lies beside the old road uel Phelps, lived until the year, from Columbia to Springfield, 1780, when Nicholas Phelps esbetween the Mount Pleasant tablished a home upon the banks church and Doke's Ford oyer of the Green river, in what is, Green river, and about five miles now, the county of Casey, about northeast of Columbia. Such, three miles above 'the mouth of however, is far from being the Spruce Pine. The last heard of fact. The erection of the first Nicholas Phelps, he was residing cabin ia the county, antedates in Butler county, in the year the building of Casey's and But- 1816, at which place, he gave his ler's Station, upon the Callison deposition in the' suit, abov4 farm, by ten years. The truth mentioned. PCol. Wm. Casey, of the above declaration, al- testifying in same case, stated though so contradictory of his- that the first knowledge he had tory and the accepted tradition of any settlements in the neigh of the country, is borne out by borhood of Spruce Pine, were of the sworn testimony of many those made by the Stanleys and old pioneers, who gave evidence Rutherfords, in the year, 1780. as witnesses in the case of ThomThe place about which, he was as Montgomery, etc. v, speaking, however, particularly, etc., which was filed in the Adair was Bryant's Lick, which is a circuit court, in the year, 1816, point in the Columbia and Stanand by which, was proven the ford road between the mouth of truth of the statements made Spruce Pine and Goose Creek, herein. Above the village of and is in Casey county, a shore Pellyton, on the north side of distance from the Adair and Green river, a stream, which is Casey county line. A century called the Spruce Pine, empties ago, Bryant's Lick appears to into the river. Opposite to its have been a noted landmark, mouth, upon the south side of but, it has, now, lost its ancient the river, is a considerable cliff name, and is not known, in the or bluff, which is clothed with neighborhood, by that name. spruce pine trees and from which the stream takes its name. Up- Rugby. ' on the north side of the river, and immediately above the Private J. A. Rossen and Oscar mouth of the Spruce Pine, is a body of land, which, in the ver? Wooten of Camp Dix , N. Y. renacular of the neighboring peo- turned home a few days ago. ple, is called an island. It is we were sure glad to welcome from the mainland on them back for they have been the north side of the river, by a fighting for me and you. lagoon, which extends from the Mrs. Harriet Rossen who has river, above the island, to tle been in a critical condition with Spruce Pine, and when there is erysipilas is some better, but is a large flow of water in the Spruce Pine, it is discharged, in- not out o.f danger yet. It was to the river, both through the on her face and got into her mouth of the creek and the la- eyes. goon. There is, also, a pond of Several of our farmers were water upon the island. Upon on the Campbellsville tobacco ;this island, in the month of market last week, they report 1779, Wm. Phelps, Sr., ;Wm. Phelps, Jr., Nicholas they prices not as good as forPhelps, and Samuel Phelps es- mally. Farmers here ' are making a tablished a camp, where they were joined by one Edward big preparations for a corn crop. Lowe. Samuel Phelps, desiring Private Ernest Stotts arrived to possess himself of the lands from Francs a few days ago safe and to acquire title to them, and last Thursday he and Miss witk th assistance of Lowe and TJuJah were married by tte.ttftir Phtlps, erected a cab- Rev. T. J. Caatpbell atBirda. pub-fished sep-apat- ed Eeb-,fuar- WOODSON ;- - LEWIS m ,e S- - r s II m m m m m J. I. CASE THRESHERS are the Standard of the World. crop. The outlook is for a large wheat A Cood Price is Guaranteed. m m. See Us In Time And Place Tour Order Early For A New Case Outfit In Order To Be Ready For The Threshing Season. W" -- W We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. jf'1 m m m srH m m WOODSON GR.EENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. m Discharged soldiers are perMiss Bean is the daughter of W. creek visited relatives here last will grow worse from year to year. mitted, by an act of Congress, to J. Bean and one of our best week. "The outside world, particu- keep their equipment and clothyoung girls. Mr. Stotts is the Dr. X. W. Scott and wife were larly America, must be prepared ing. son of Mr. George Stotts of in Columbia last Wednesday to to feed the most of the, Russian Dirigo, and is an have some dental work done. population for at least six What ha3 become of the young man. Mr. Elbert Pullams baby that months after peace is restored," girl who used to think a member of the Food CommitThe flu is all gone here and has been quite sick is better. up-to-da- te old-fashio- ned we hope it will stay gone. Dr. Simpson informed your scribe a Russia LooKs to America for Food. few days ago he visited 45 oases y, Ba in one day over in the edge of Archangel, Thursday, May 13 Metcalf county. Later we heard (by A. P.) Information secured three of them dead and others by the Allied Food Committee in dangerously sick. North Russia and from persons ports." Mr. A. C. Frodge one of the reaching Archangel from the inThe Wall Street Journal, the merchants and postmaster at terior indicates that the Amermost partisan newspaper in the Breeding, was quite sick a few ican people must deprive themselves of breadstuffs until the United States, tell us that Mr. nays ago, but is better. Russian question is settled and McAdoo was "safely mediocre" Mary Breeding the wid- the country is again placed on a as a public officer. Its judgment Mrs. ow of the late Richard Breeding sound agricultural basis. differs radically from the far, who is about eighty years old, Because of the disruption of abler Financial Chronicle, which has spent this winter in helping transportation peasants are hes- said, when Mr. McAdoo left itating to sow any more grain the sick. office; "It is our opinion that, in than they themselves need, as Mr. J. C. Royse of Dirigo inlosing Mr. McAdoo as Secretary they fear the its seizure by the formed your scribe that some Bolsheviki. Owing to the short- of the Treasury, the country one stole, a large meddling of age of seed grain, which be- loses the ablest finance minister meat from him last Saturday cause of the famine has been us- it ever had." People may disnight. Such parties should be ed for food. Russia will be com- agree with Mr. McAdoo, but the apprehended and. punished to the paratively without crops in 1919, man or newspaper that underand this condition will extend in- takes to question his ability simextent of the law. to 120, even if the country i Tom Shirley and family, .Jack restored to peace. Unless the ply makes a fool of himself or Bragg and family, of Prists situation 11 rsstored to normal it J itself. 4 "And so long tee said as Russia remains without crops the rest of Europe muBt look toward America for the grain which formerly poured out of Russia's Baltic and Black Sea to-day. that she had to carry a gun to defend her Honor? You may have noticed that the man who hasn't much to say always has a lot of sawdust to sell. when you see the nice homes other folks have. A lot of them are not paid for. Don't get despondent We are large handlers of fresh eggs, potatoes, onions, etc., and solic- shipments. Best market prices paid at all times. - it your " TERMS CASH Write or Phone THE QUAKER MAID. Incorporated, . ' 631 W. Market St, Louisville, Kentucky. -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ttuummttmkt 7 A Field of Satisfaction Because He Sowed k From Germany. Mrs. Louisa Chelf, I f Dear Mother: "the uke ettewina kinb" They produce better crops. Your first sowing vrW convince you. AsJcyoar dealer. LOUISVILLE SEED Emliwlvcly WbolMrte thought I would try and answer your letter 1 received yes terday. I got two from you and T The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E 00,l"orpr4l KV. LOUISVILLE, f news to hear of Jake's death, and Fred and Charlie, and so many others. I know they will The Regular Line from olumbia to Campbellsville is be missed awful. The influenza owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his hasn't got over here as I know about, except I heard there were employe safe and reliable drivers. several deaths in Paris some Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. time ago. Well, we are still here Address, in Germany. I don't expect to be back in time to make a crop, but I don't know when we will leave. It ' seems like it was about time we were going somewhere. We have been in Germany over a month. Well, it is pretty cold here today. There 2O8C3$0JG6OS- is some snow on the ground now. We have to drill five hours a day. That isn't so bad only when it gets cold, and I have to go on guard every four or five days, that is worse than drilling. Say, how is aunt Vina getting along, still complaining as usual, I COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Y $ guess. How is Okla and Irene getting along? I guess they have grown since I left. Tell them I would like to see them. Well, did Dewey get anybody to Main and Depot Streets help him cut the winter wood? I guess he has plenty of work W. H. WILSON, 'Prop. to do, if he didn't get anybody to help him. Well, I havn't gotWe cater especially to Commercial Travellers. ten my Christmas box yet that Electric Lights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms. you sent me nbr I havn't got the RATES S2.00 PER DAY. Adair County News yet. Well, eniucky. I will close for this time. Jampbellsville, Hop ing to hear from you soon. From your son, Pvt. Newman C. Chelf, Co. L. 125 Inft., A. P. 0. 734, A. E. F. , Automobile Line. one from Dewey and one from Jerry. Well, this leaves me well and hope this will find you all the same. Well, it ?as sad RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 1 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID. 2 Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Wagon,? Harness, Bridles and Breeching.f S Fertilizer: -- GRASS SEEDS 3sst Grade at From $1.50 to $2.25. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE --s- W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. - W. T. PRICE Fnrniture, Carpets, and Druggets. SURETY BONDS FIRE INSUR&MCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES 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. Campbellsville x Hotel Paramount Theatre Now Open. Watch For i 4r. i. Program And Announcement. LADES' and GENTLEMEN'S PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Pressed. "1 Mr. Dewey Chelf, Dear brother: HENRY HANCOCK, I thought I would try and Dr Kentucky. Columbia, write you a few lines. Well, this leaves me well and getting DIElSTTISiT. along all right. Well, I just OFFICE 164. Residence . ! 2eeK-oeieewrote you all a letter yesterday OFFICE: Second Floor but thought I would write anCor. Main and DejjotlSts other one while I have time. OAMPBELLSVIIiLE, ICY. as Well, this is Sunday and we fcS haven't much to do. Well, I Localand General Anesthetics Administer will try and tell you where all I vrr X.OY S X.OWE have been since I came over AjSanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionjand HENRY W. DEPP, here. When we came to France are Guaranteed. Gratification DHXNTTIST we landed at Brest and stayed Give us a Trial and be Convinced. there , two or three days and Am permanently located in Co, lumbia. from there we came to about the ! as All Classes of Dental work done. Crow central part of France and staydie and Inlay work a Specialty. ed there about a month and a All Work Guaranteed half, .and when we left there, Office: next door to post office. wo rode two days and nights on the train and we were put in the I keep on hands a full atock of coffins, caskets, and robes. also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. I 32nd Division, and would have We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. been in the front line the next To eur diemta everywhere Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. we recommend day if they hadn't quit fighting. immediate purchase of Columbia,' Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, We were certainly glad when Wyoming- - Kentucky iQi they quit fighting and then we Petroleim Shares started on our hike to Germany, AT MARKET PRICE where we are now. We are not per share met very far from the Rhine river, We believe this to be the most and about tweiity mile3 from ACTIVE, PROGRESSIVE and BEST MANAGED Coblenz, Germany. LOUISVUJLE KENTUCKY. We hiked Company in the State. We presomething like 250 miles. We One Mllllor Dollars. dict a STEADY and SUBSTANCapital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over TIAL RISE in the market value qually were somewhere near Verdun, and Trustee, and can Acts as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agent! Committee of these shares and advise that France when we started. you ACT AT ONCE. We as such in any County In the State. Pays 3 per cent' per Annum on Time Deposits. came through the edge of Bel We can buy for you A. G. STITH.Sec $ 17.50 ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. 100 shares for JOHN STITES.. President. gium and we came through Lux" " 87.50 B 500 A emburg. Say, it was a long hike " " 175.00 1,000 provided that you DO NOT DEChildren who have worma are pale, We are m the army of occupaBaitae siBtilacePaoae 13 B LAY. cross, fretful, and sickly most of the tion now, probably will have to We will have certificates rid the little body of these transferred on Company's books N. MURRELL time. ToWHITE'S CREAM VER- stav here a good while yet. Well, DR. parasites issued In your name and mailed MIFUGE is an approved remedy. I guess there has been a good registered to you. If you are in When the worms have been driven many of the boys discharged DENTIST business or established with us, 4 out the child grows strong healthy back there. I guestf I will have we will honor your wire or phone order. To buy otherwise rooms m Jewries BTd'f and robust, Sold by Paull Drug Co. Oficc, Frost to close for this time, as I can't check must accompany order. Adv up SUITS. think of much to write. Write City 3478. Main 922. Wasted. Company o lum bia, - Kentucky Boiler and Engine, Boiler 25 or 30 and tell mejiow all the people Kelltjf Cart getting along. are John 8. Kel!& Jr Er . Carter, H. "P. Eof Ine, 20 or. 25 H..P. Call or ' BMg. 31M1-1Jasper Does, From your brother, write PellytOD, Ky. The News $1.50 and $2.00 Newman Chelf. Elam Harris Louisville Old Inn -- Incorporated Mel 123-- K & Columbia Barber Shop $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. $1.50 ond Up Rooms With 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best Fire Protection Known to Insuranee Engineers Louisville, Kentucky. & 6tti Main Streets. EVERYTHING IN UNDERTAKER. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. r St?,el 1 The Louisville Trust Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated CO. 17c CO- - 16 Caat Matkel Street Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. v Colum6ia , lotor Freight Co., J. v We Haul 'and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Poet' Qffice. All Country Freight delivered from new depot. Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons. We solicit your business. I 2 Inter-Southe- rn Columbia " ,.!,' ,- Jjffotot & Freight Cpi, ,; Yotm Jones, Proprietors, 19-lf- c COLUKBIK, KENTUCKY, - f ?- - -- sr A S.S, S' $W v , T COUNTY NEWS THE A" TR ijA-HTf.i; J ,V v 5 5t?-4i-.'.- A: ce-- : '- ir - iK' is i rw . Vryva v..v-- - 'i; ?; ;- .....?. fM v' - RW HhVW. C?H;V . ".' ::.r' l'v'--' rZU&ZKi '7Y - CjT . "" &: -- '. rt-i r 1ft ." - '. ';)- - s 5, w: 'v'vfv-ir-- . " i?. .I, l!, y 3 l-ii-A- e51 L'V-- VJ rnw rfi- ;r-- a assets c ? 'K-'T- :"-- '! "- -- O &fc ffl'L&VJ&& r- v'Vv f. "'v:: 4s '.?. Fk TV' .Sfcu tS&J reCWSe "';yr HfeSSI --. :S :7-."- : s.VyJ; ?i".-i,.V.- V rr nrt. - ' a m??mm?m rru. i?4 c3i4. ro ?C &J ? M '4rrf atffl 'Vak3SJ?' rW wO?-8-Sf W!!Mi A m s&s :4 fe& ljrett v m s SS1 & J'iff. V&, 5'f -- hCci 'Z3?tf I3i& t!?". WV&? iK5v monthly dividend of 2 per cent in January and 3 per cent in February. The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc CompanyNhas been organized to do just what the other company is doing but on a larger scale. Zinc Company is the history of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate, whose officers and directors are largely the same gentlemen and that company, already in operation, paid a Back of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and s L"T&X. m j.'.a i"'"" m& &z feSs5S C "J. & wealth in the Ozark Mountains so great that Missouri leads all other states! It has the largest lead and zinc district of vgrj "" tCL. v s Tremendous Profits In Lead and Zinc There is a vast empire of lead and zinc BR i&2 A tv " 1 T?rsass $3 the world. The holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc pany are at Mansfield, where the Mother Lode of this greatest of comes nearest the surface. EjfTVlB fiS3 Com- s ss&ki C??"4--u S.?,i5-i all-district- B22 B yj l?3f "V SS. '":' -- V x Jf '?X. " Sfe5- - ' 'S '; ?i? I?' '?'' "" t "s U& IS&3 '-- ?&S'- ts-S- t. 5 Four Tracts Of Forty Acres Each y One of these tracts is immediately between .the mill of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate andthe Red Bird Mill of W. E. Caldwell. Two test holes have already been drilled on this tract with excellent results and another is now being drilled. Work is to start on the sinking of our first shaft at once. The. price should advance just as soon as the mineral is 40-ac- re y& V.JV.: rcz..-s.'f- k. mt JTyTAl kv-- Louisville JJansfleld Lead & Zinc Co Inc. 403 Starks Building. Lcuisulle. Ky. I am interested in your proposition and would'be glad to make a"h investigation without obligation or my partKindly send me copies.of your booklet and fullest information. - T- $Sg&$&; si zxm? W .r--. Z'tZ-'r- - il . jCXh'7-V- I Tsya 4 H ' .ifeS , - - 4SgV-- - ?' ' - ' ', - f- 'S'v. , V3 K . 1? ' r-- " fisC-SiV&-4r . v, '" " i ',.1" , . " r - Bl Trv. ' reached in this first shaft yl fa '3 A Capital Stock $500,000.00 Shares Now Selling At One Dollar Over $200,000 Already Sold Siasr Kssa MMlrtW-'H- Sftxwtcs; mykF-Mfi SVr JFW.-S-- 5psf.'! 1 " ixl SI! I' - &!'& V-- ? ,2 i-- . Icfe5 "2U ' tt.'i (Jw. -- Si'X 3bel few : 15 .SC i t 1 J$ iJi ??? t&M & '54---- fe SMI r US f I ? -' !?- .V - rSS5? Ci'-- f hR.i VJ fe .'X4! Hi bsS w-- , a srs'j ' 2S&&A PW WMm. & 5h3M srs w STiS Bifc.(l-- j K? ! ..iAi?-5-' - r 7fvi if i- j&zzz& 5 ?-r- KH F. S IS.. , wmsz-z'&& 'iS-'lP- z sr "J SUfcl "i r'tws teBS t iinr-- L sssV:- - rttf? :: v nsfleUl3flraii INCORPORATED. T M rWTTTT'IICD " s-- . 'i - lii.?( L jt S3 n.:j " 3T mm A -., !S' DIRECTOR: fresHlenL NAT. C CURETON, Secretary. W. E. NEWBOLD, Treasurer. J. C. Mahon, Nat. C. Careton. T. M. Crutcher, W. E. Newbold and T. T. Beeler. - ... Jice B r City and Main 2154 ' " lS K&K BiraE03 ! IH I'lil LV