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Miss Frances Eussell were violinists. Their music was Inthe Ben-H&h-ta- Silver Wedding Celebrated. reportofthecondition This County's Quota in Victory Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, God in his infinite wisdom has deemed it best to remove from our midst Into the Beautiful Beyond our cherished friend and schoolmate, Louis J. Mcintosh, Therefore, be itf Eesolved, that in- the passing of Louis, Lindsey-Wilso- n Training school has lost one of its most loyal and helpful members, a loss keenly felt by each student. That his Christian character, courteous manners and heroic endeavors have left a lasting impression upon each friend and classmate. That we extend to his bereaved family our sincere sympathy in this sad trial. That a copy of these resolutions be read before the student body of Lind-se- y Wilson Training School. That a copy be published in the Adair County News. And another be sent to the sorrow ing mother of our departed friend. Effie Helm, Sallie Hudson, Elmer Ashby. Committee. - OFFICIAL CALL FOR COUNTY MASS REPUBLICAN spiring and most skillfully rendered and highly appreciated by a large audience. The sermon delivered by Rev. Bennett was splendid, and also the solo rendered by Mrs. Ray Montgomery. In the afternoon Eld. W. G. Montgomery, of Campbellsville, appeared at the Christian church and addressed the Woman's Missionary Society, which had been opened by Scripture reading and prayer by the President, Mrs. R. F. Rowe. E!d. Montgomery's Easter discourse came at night, and he was greeted by a large audience. He is an entertaining speaker, and his effort upon this occasion was highly edifying. --OF THE-Last Friday, the 18th, the 25th anniversary of the marriage of Mr: and BANK OF COLUMBIA Mrs. R. A. Hutchison was celebrated at their home, three miles from Co- Doing Business at Town of Columlumbia, All their near relatives and bia, County of Adair, State of many friends were invited, and the Kentucky, day was most delightfully spent. At At the Close of Business on the the noon hour a magnificient dinner, IOtd: Day of April , 1919. consisting of every thing palatable ttESOUKCBS. 259 592 94 was sat before' the guests, the tables Loans and Discounts Liberty Loan, The quota of Adair County for the Victory Liberty Loan has been fixed CONVENTION. at $98,450. being artiscally decorated. There were a number of courses, and as the changes were made reminiscences of bygone days "were indulged in. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison, who are held in high esteem by relatives and friends, received a number of handsome and useful presents. It was also the twenty. first birthday of their daughter, Miss Stora, who wore happy smiles during the day, and who also received many nice presents- - Accidentally Killed. A dispatch was received here last OF THE Saturday, from Rasewell, N. M. stating that Mr. B. T. Neat, (Beriah) had been shot accidentally and killed in Doing Business of Casey's that city. Particulars were not given. Creek, County of The deceased was born and reared day of Apr., 1919. Commission Expires, Men. 8, 1920. State of Kentucky, in Adair county, and was the oldest Joe S. Knifley. N. P. A. CAt the Close of Business on son of Hon. W. F. Neat. He left this the 10th Day of Apr, 1919 county about fifteen years ago, and he Rev. E. H. Blakeman Called. was doing well in New Mexico. Resources 67 1G3 68 He had many friends in his native Loans and Discounts 50 GS Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Committees from Zion, Milltown and county, and all of whom will be sorry 10 000 00 Stocks, bonds and other securities Columbia Baptist Churches met in 11 C19 C5 to read of his untimely death. Due from Banks 5 330 61 Cash on hand the Baptist church, this place, last Checks and other cash items Died Suddenly. Wednesday night, and made a unaniBanking House, Furniture and 1000 00 Fixtures mous call for Eev. E. H. Blakeman, Other Heal Estate Mr. J. T. Eeynolds, who lived a few of Bloomfield, to the pastorate of said $95 ICi 65 Total miles East of Columbia, died suddenly Churches. Eev. Blakeman has been LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in here and preached several tiVnes, and last Sunday afternoon, a victim of $15 000 00 cash He was a brother of Jim he is very much liked. He is a strong, Surplus Fund 3000 00 expenses and Undivided profits less Frank, Robert and Green Eeynolds forceful speaker and is said to be a 40G90 taxes paid 73 842 75 and Mrs. J. A. Willis, of this place. good worker. Deposits subject to check Time Deposits 2S23 00 He was a good citizen and a very quiet It will require several weeks for him Eeserve for taxes man, one who had many friends. He to get ready to remove his family, ?93 1C4 65 Total. was 56 years, old and had never mar- hence his first sermon on the call in STATE OF KENTUCKY i Set County op Tatlou ried. The interment was "on. the old this place will be the first Sunday in We Mc.C. Goode and T. O. Morton, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, Ho solemn- home place Monday afternoon, many June. ly swear that the abovestatement is true to the relatives and friends being present. best of our knowledge and belief . Close to the Century Mark. REPORT OF THE CONDITION FARMERS BANK Aair, The amount of the Victory Liberty Loan is limited to 84,500,000,000, according to the official statement of Secretary of the Treasury Glass. Victory Liberty Notes will bear a four and three quarters per cent in1 237 94 Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured 121 701 10 terest. Stock, Bonds and other Securities The notes will mature in four 91 299 86 Due from Banks years, but the Government retains 24 915 53 Cash on hand Checks and other cash the option to retire them in three 682 73 Items years. Bankine,house. Furniture and 2 000 00 fixtures The notes are free from normal tax. 501430 15 They are interchangeable any time Totai. LIABILITIES. before maturity for three and ' Capital stock paid in, in per cent non taxable notes. ?30000 00 cash There will be no oversubscription. 40 000 00' Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less exThe 'Treasury will allot all subpenses and taxes paid 5 104 17 S427 859 63 scriptions up to $10,000 and over first. Deposits subject to check 1 400 00 Eeserve for taxe3 The notes will bear the date of May Other Liabilities not included under The first interest date is Decem66 35 20 any of above heads Total ber 15 and thereafter. 504 430 15 I STATE OF KENTUCKY, Financiers characterize the terms County of Adair, jact as excellent for the investor, and the We. W. W. Jones and Jno. W. Flowers, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do prediction is made that the quota for solemnly swear that the above statement is the Eighth District will be subscribed true to the best of our knowledgelandlbelief. W. W. Jones, President. quickly. The campaign opens April Jno. W- - Flowers, Cashier 21 and closes May 10. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th three-quarters semi-annual- ly . REPORTOFTHECONDITION OF THE - Unintentionally Overlooked. ap-polx- y. On the second day of April the returned Adair county soldiers were given a dinner at the Graded School Gym which was a magnificent affair. There were number of patriotic speeches and a general good time for all in attendance. The Editor of The News was not present and the article which appeared in the paper, giving an account of the day, was contributed. In speaking of the drilling of the soldiers the name of Lieutenant Eichard Franklin, Grady ville, was unintention- GRADYV1LLE STATE BANK, Doing Business Gradyville County of Adair State of Kentucky. RESOURCES at Town of Columbia, Ky., Apr. 17, 1919. To The Eepublican Electors of Adair County: Pursuant to a call of the Eepublican State Central Committee, the Eepublican County Executive Committee hereby directs that a Mass Convention be held at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, at One o'clock, p. m., Standard Time, on Saturday, May 10, 1919. Said Mass Convention is for tho purpose of selecting delegates to at-tethe State Convention to be held In the City of Lexington, Kentucky, at Two o'clock, p. m., Standard time Wednesday May 14, 1919. Said State Convention is for the purpose of adopting a platform embodying the principles upon which th& Republican party and its nominees will ask the support of the electors of Kentucky at the November election 1919. The Eepublican electors of Adair County, and all other electors without regard to past political affiliation who believe in the principles of the Party and endorse its Eepublican policies are cordially invited to unite under this call in the selection of delegates to said State Convention. The form of voting in said County Mass Conuention shall be viva vocat Sam Lewis, Chairman. W. T. Price, Secretary. nd 26-- 3t At the Close of Business on the 10th day of Apr, 1919. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. Stocks, Bond3 and other Securities Duo from Banks Cash on hand Bankins House Furniture and Fixtures 6J Business Houses to Close. For the purpose of assisting the Victor Loan Workers in the sale of Liberty Bonds, we the undersigned 91 43 jj McC. Goode, President. T. O. Morton, cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this- - 18th day of Apr. 1919. Mr commission expires Jan. 21, 1922. G. L. Gowdt. Notary Public Correct Attest: O. L. Goode. omitted. We want to do this returned officer justice by stating that in the drilling of the soldiers upon the square and to and from the Gym, he was tho principal commander and, he knows military tactics to perfection. He went across, was wounded, and for his gallantry Adair connty is proud. ally Announcement. Mr. Eiley Terry, who was perhaps Will pay cash or goods for pountry Bacon. 26-- 2t Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hendrickgon, of Lebanon Junction, announce their daughter, Miss Lucy, was married on Emit Goode. Wednesday, the 16th of April, 1919, to S, S. Goode, Directors. Mr. John William Strange. The cerAttention-Hick- ory Spokes Wanted emony took place at the First Christian Church, Louisville. The bride is a niece of Mr. Geo. E. 30 in long $15.00 P. M. Wilson, of this place, and her parents 1 12 x 26 in. long $13.00 P. M. formerly resided at Cane Valley, this I 30 in. long 20.00 P.M. county. 26 in. long $15.00 P. M. 11-2x1 -2 the oldest person in Eussell county, died one day last week. He was 92 years old, and his remains were interred in the Jamestown cemetery. He cast his first vote for a President for James K Polk. In relating incidents that occurred eighty years ago, he was interesting, and generally had a good audience. J. F. Neat. Sec The Airplane. Eoute of the airplane is ""as follows; Leaves Camp Knox early Thurs- 1 1- -2 13-4x- 2 Goto Sunday-Schoo- l. Hickory and White Oak Spokes. 31-2x- Attention Farmers. 3 1- -2 16 in long $35.00 P. H. The first Sunday in May will be 3 7-- 8 x 4 i6 in. long $40.00 P.M. Call bay several and get our bill. We With 26-2- other kinds. We are in the market for a "Go to Sunday school Day," and every limited amount of wheat. Far- body, old and young, are requested to attend their respective schools. The mers who have to wheat sell,see day morning and will arrive here in a few minutes after the start. ArrivN. II. Moss. J. R. Tutt. Directors. ing here it will make some demonstraImprovements for L. W. tions over the Fair Grounds, then go Mules at Auction. for Next Year. to Jamestown, from Jamestown it goes to Liberty and then returns to I will . sell in Burkesville, at Chemical Laboratory 8500. this place. It will take but a short May 1st, 30 Furnishing Boys' Dormitory 5400. time to make the round trip. If you auction, Thursday, Repairs on Girls' Dormitory old want to see it come to Columbia next extra good coming amounts have been allowed Thursday, the 24th. of this by the Board of Education. mules. Twenty-fo- ur Merchants,,Bankers and Business men of the town of Columbia, hereby S S73 Go agree to close our respective places of 2 947 69 business from 10 o'clock a. m., until the 24th 3 o'clock p. m., Thursday, Total. $141 532 10 day of April 1919. LIABILITIES First National Bank, Capital stock paid in. in Bank of Columbia, 15 000 00 Cash W. I. Ingram, Surplus Funds 4300 00 Undivided Profits, less expenses L. E. Young, and taxes paid Ml 25 E. L. Sinclair & Co., Deposits Subject to check 121290 85 121 220 S3 Barger Bros., total f 141 532 10 The Jeffries Hdw Store i STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Adair f Set. Eussell & Co., We. W. M. Wilmore audC. O. Moss. V. PresiCumberland Grocery Co. dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do Bert Epperson, solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of our Knowledge and belief. G. R. Eedmon, W. M. Wilmore. Vice President Buchanan Lyon Co.. C. O. Moss. Cashier. Walter Sullivan, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th G. W. Lowe, day of APR.. 1919. My commission expires Jan. 29, 1920. i S. E. Bridgeweter, Geo. E. Nell, Notary Public Paul! Drug Co., Correct Attest: Adair County News. TJ.N.Whitlock, 13 731 73 54 07103 97150 TS; 8200.-Thes- 2-ye- ar Norman Morrison, the Adair Spoke Co. us before selling Elsewhere. We to send the number in attendance to will make it to your interest. this office early Monday morning folMyers-Barge- Secretary of each school is requested r, 1 Columbia, Ky. 24-- 4t The many friends of Mr. Clay Sud darth, who has been confined to his room for several years, is showing signs of marked improvement. He is eating heartily and his brother, Mr. James Suddarth, and his nephew, Sam Suddarth, say there is not a doubt but his condition is better, and Sam says he belives he will regain his heatlh. He is afflicted with rheumatism. Mr. number are mares and closely We talked to a number of Adair mated. These mules will be ofpart of last Mr. Farmer: fered at the mercy of the public, county farmers the latter expression lowing. and the unanimous week, Come to Clark County Indiana, just without reserve or limit. was that they were up with theic across the Ohio river from Louisville, To our correpondents: Our columns S. M. Burdette, work at this time, and that the prosand buy your farm. have been crowded" with advertiseKy. Columbia, pects for an immense crop was most Limestone, blue grass, orchardigrass Farms For Sale. ments for the last month, and for and tobacco soil, Good markets, good that reason we have been unable to roads, excellent schools, price $50 to publish some letters that we have re$150 per acre. ceived. We want short letters from White & McCallough all sections of the county, and from 408 Spring Street now on we think we will be able to Jeffersonville, Indiana. furnish the space. Write on one side of your paper, and let each item be a paragraph, that is when you finish an For Sale. item, drop a line and start the next Dahlia bulbs. Five and ten cents. one. Mrs. J. A. English. Mr. Virgil Hurt, who lives at Ozark, The tank of gasoline, to be used by onrbf Adair's best farmers, contracted the flu the 14th of February, and the airplane, next Thursday, has arstop the not yet entirely recovered, thoughhe rived. Nothing but rain-wi-ll is able to be out. He was in town machine from flying. People can rest last Wednesday and stated that he assured that if the day is fair the had only done one days work since he plane will take its flight. got up. Cumberland county votes for and Mr. J. TJ. Curtis, of Burkesville,who against a 20 cents additional road tax we reported, last week, as having been on the 26th of this month. Aproml-nen- t robbed of ten thousand dollars in Cumberland county farmer was Memphis, is known here, and he is here Thursday and he said there was said to be one of the most prominent .not a doubt but the tax will be voted. 20-1- 3 -- J. C. Strange, Chairman of the Publicity Committee, has received from the Government, six fancy helmets, as samples of the 30,000 that were prepared by the German authorities, to be worn by their soldiers while passing through the streets of. Paris. The fighting French and the American soldiers stopped them, put Mr. V. Sullivan and family who there on the run, following and fighthave been living in Campbellsville for ing until the armistice was signed. the last eighteen months, have returned to Columbia to reside. They The Liberty Loan Drive is on arj occupying the residence, near Thursday of this week thousandand of Water Street, known as the Chilson people will be at the Fair Grounds to property. They are natives and we see the airplane arrive and take its welcome them on their return. departure for Jamestown. It will be Mr. Olin Eosenbaum met with a a wonderful sight to the people of very serious accident last Wednesday this section. Do not fail to be at the morning. He was out in a field and Fair Ground. was cutting bushes, and filling up Mr. Curt Yarberry, who bought the gullies His ax struck a dead limb Elzy Young farm, near town, informs and it broke, one end striking him on the face near the right eye It out a the News that.he will put in seventy-liv- e acres in corn, ten acres in tobacco very deep gash and was very painful. and a number of acres of oats and young: will be in grass. It Is one of the best corn farms BigT, little, old and '.in the county. Columbia next Thursday. flattering. Everybody in Columbia Is in sympathy with Miss Anna Mildred Chandler, who received a message Monday, stating "that her brother, Will, had died suddenly in California. He was born in Columbia and was about 33 years old. Mr. There arrived in Columbia on the 17th of March Geo. W. Lowe, Jr. He has been so quiet since his advent that the Adair County News did not know of his arrival until last Friday afternoon. He is a very fine boy, the pride of fond parents. J. S. Breeding and family will J. A. Young and Eugene Grasham. remove to their property onBomar sold 92 head of Adair county cattle on Heights, recently purchased of Mr. J. the Stanford markat last Monday A. English. Mr. Breeding will make week. They brought upon an average some improvements on' the dwelling 43.00 per head. and the grounds before removing. Men's high Grade all wool $25.00 Persons who contemplate taking out 317.50. life insurance should remember that suits at t J. F. Neat. J. E. Murrell writes for the old reliable Connecticut Mutual. See him You can almost see the wheat grow-in- g and get rates on the various kinds of and if it Is not checked thelir? policies. gestcrop ever grown in Adair county Every body who can leave their will be harvested-heme will be at the Fair Grounds next Thursday, the 24th. One of the best Sam. Burdette bought 14 mules in. Cumberland county. He is men in speakers.in the State Dr. Welch, of Marlon county last week at from $125 President of the Burkesvllle Loose The Liberty loan drive started on Louisville, will make a. patriotic ad- - to $200 per head. Mr. Bnrdettej. iifc '' lrlraas.' handllbggood mules. Leaf House. ., th. oi.f. . " I WHO fcixau.. 26-2, X - toi ; y 4-23-- nn 1 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 agKfflKZBK accompanied Casey ON ADAIR ler family and Montgomery tothe dwelling Thooo vmir.VlR nf tha Palhoma WILLIAM LEWIS. 1833. R COUNTY. WOODSON LEWIS, 1919 were relatives of Capt. John Kw Butler, but their Christian names John avroe Steele. are, now, forgotten. When the party arrived at the house of the t Pelhams, true to their threaten-ings- , I3QW CBELHAM ITS EECEIVED one of them attempted to .NAME. shoot Casey. Casey, however, ?oev)us to the organization was too quick for him and seized &fal.iair county, and when there and disarmed him, and taking exist any courts before him out of the house, threw him swfeem. offenders could be haled, upon the ground, sat astride his zeept such as sat so far away, body, and calmly awaited develtaat they were not available, our opments. Montgomery, in acgrandfathers, at times, dealt out cordance with the custom of ; justice in a very summary way that day, wore his hair plaited tfce offenders and to others, in a long cue, which hung down his back. As soon as he entered whom they believed to be becoming offenders. At i he house, one of the men, inintes, the unceremonious men stantly, sprang forward, seized n&3 forests applied the lash of the cue, wound it around his i: MtSce literally and actually as arm, ana witn nis iree nana, well .as figuratively to characters, commenced a terrific battery upt who-felunder their suspicions, on Montgomery's head and face. -- :xadkrculd Montgomery, who was thus tanot exculpate THRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat satisfactorily. They had ken at a great disadvantage, cEsjjasls in which to confine was, for the time being, rendercrop. A Good Price is Guaranteed. collect-cce- s ed nearly helpless to defend no means of or fines and judgments, and if to extricate himself from the di--auspicious character came into lemma. The Butler boys became ctheir midst, .they would, often alarmed at the turn of aftlzGies, apply the doctrine of fairs, drew their knives and flocking the stable doorjbefore made ready to stand their ground aShe horse was stolen. The en- and to give assistance in a des forcement of sucn a doctrine is perate way. Casey, however, Involved in the history of the knew Montgomery's capabilities, and did not become excited nor JPelhams. About 1799 or 1800, threeimen, move from his position astride titwo of whom were of the name the prostrate Pelham, and directa Pelham, and thejname'of the ed the young Butlers not to in-- other is now forgotten, built a terfere nor attempt to give any sin upon the banks of Pelham, assistance to Montgomery, and .and took up their residence in assured them, that all would yet S e Us Id Tim And For A New Case Outfit Order it. They gave no satisfactory be well. ' The struggle between of where theyftcame Montgomery and his adversary Th Season. Order To B ' . from nor the cause of their went around and around the and did not deport them- room, for a time, with Montgomery, gradually breaking the selves in a. manner to create A suspicion grew, that hold upon his cue. Finally, with . thejr ?ere murderers or thieves, a great effort, he sucpeeded in and it ooc molested, would soon breaking Pelham's hold upon his 4je plying their trade again. The cue, accompanying the breaking : scattered citizens of that day with a terrific blow in Pelham's held an informal meeting, at face which sent him across the ' which the Pelhams were taken room and against the wall in the rinto consideration. Col. Wm. back of the fire place in the Casey, Major Nathan Mon- chimney. Before Pelham could tgomery and Capt. John Butler, recover, Montgomery bestowed rt&Z'the natural leaders of the pe- one furious kick after another ople, were deputed to call upon upon Pelham's face, and thus ec loans. Where the farm buildings terrace ot at least 20 per cent, in haPelhamf and to require them completely put him out of the crossing over that stream of the lor of the farm with painted buildare In good shape the rating Is one- - ings. Another Iowa concern says that fighting. The other man at- "Upper" Columbia and Greens-burtheir business and PAINT ASSET half. The president of a middle west- It would make a difference of at least the country, and to tempted to interfere to rescue ern bank says that when real estate 20 per cent road, has borne the name of igive an account of their lives his companion from the terrific Pelham from the names of Bankers Say They Lend More loans nre considered, painted buildings All this being true. It Is perfecUy me uiwii.vs iuKt'ii iiiio cousiueruuon in evident that it Is a good business propMoney on Property When making an estimate. The general ap- osition to keep the farm buildings and history, so that it might be pounding, which Montgomery the men, who were so summarily well pearance of the property surrounding painted. They not only look better was bestowing upon him, but the dealt with upon its bank3, now, Buildings Are Well Painted. 4mown what other step3, if any, the house and barn and also the fields and are more pleasing to the owner, and fences would be carefully observ- - but the farm would sell to better adwere necessary to be taken in young Butlers, with the courage nearly a century and a quarter, AN INDICATION OF THRIFT.i ea- - He further says that he has no vantage, the loan value of the property regard to them, so as to safe of their race, warned him not to ago. nesltancy In saying that he would ab- would be greaUy Increased and the solutely refuse a loan on farms where buildings themselves would last much .guard society and property, In- interfere and facing him with , One Concern Advances 25 Per Cent. the buildings were not kept up and longer and need less repair. The formation as to these steps their knives in hand, compelled well painted. In his judgment, More if Repainting Is Done American Agriculturist farm buildings would reduce him to desist. A neighpor, Every Five Vears. : Treacled the ears of the Pelhams, the loan value at least 25 per cent. PAINT AND ILLITERACY. Mothers' Cook Book j&k: A Minnesota banker says that he is .J that if such a visit hearing Montgomery's antagonDoes it pay to paint carefully farm much more willing to loan money should be ist's cries for help, ran to the buildings? Does it add to the selling where the buildings are well painted. Curious Fact Comes to Light That Localities Least Using Books Avoid on the sunny jsmadtfio their xabin, that they house and stoppe'd his further "O, walkthe day Is chill side of the street value of a farm when buildings are In his particular oase he believes that When and cold; Paint Also. kept loan 20 Concluding, from Have a cheery word for all you meet, properlycareful up and regularly paint- he wouldbuildings per cent, more than y punishment. K5ve-JlsTioot Casey and ed? A Inquiry of a number of If the were not properly And a smile that shines like gold. Washington, D. C A curious fact Yes, walk of the the Mississippi beat Montgomery and the conversation and conduct of Whatever on the sunny side sweet, street leading bankers in states as Iowa. val- taken care of. A farmer who will has been brought to light by the Eduhappens, keep keep ley, Including such Illikeep his buildings painted takes a sweet nois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Mis- much deeper Interest .n his work than cational Bureau and the Bureau of InJStutter. The reason assigned by the Pelhams and from what litsouri, reveals the fact that in nearly one who does uot Another Minne- dustrial Research here. It Is that In Timely Dishes. fihelPelbams for meeting out a tle of their history which could the states where IlUteracy Is most every case Uie bankers did not hesiThose who are fortunate enough to tate to say that they would lend all the sota bank says that well painted build' prevalent paint Is least used. The ex--' be gleaned from them, that they Ings have resulted In securing from different punishment to their live near the chestnut market may paint referred to Is the common or were undesirable citizens, the have many delicious dishes with them way from 5 to 50 per cent more on his bank sometimes as high as 25 per barn variety, of course, for the back,:pected visitors, was, that Casey land where farm buildings were well cent, more money than where the to as a base. painted and kept In good condition. buildings are not painted. An Ohio woods countries have no need for the y two unharmed ones were tied and was a Tery 'large-mapigments or They maintain that well kept-uand concern says that It will loan 25 per finer true, though, facial adornments-I- t Is that In the sections powerful, while.Butler and a tree and forty lashes adminisChestnut Dessert. well painted buildings and fences are cent more money on a well kept farm of all states where white IlUteracy Is Shell and boil of pint or s3ontgomery were of a size, tered upon each of their backs. chestnuts. Removea the skins more rub an Indication of athrift and that the where buildings are painted at least highest painted homes are rare and and thrifty farmer is good client, and to once every five years. A southern painted outbuildings and barns are which they could easily, handle The one, who had tried conclus- the cooked nuts through a. colander. him money can be safely loaned. An bank says that It has no fixed practically unknown. Probably the .jand denominated them, the two ions with Montgomery, was con- Sweeten to taste, flavor with a bit of average of the returns from these rule about this, but it does make a de- illiterates do not use paint on their orange extract and heap the paste in bankers shows that the increased loan cided difference when owners of farm ""Black rascals,'' because of their sidered to have been sufficiently the center of a platter. value because of painted buildings Is lands apply fc loans. If the buildings buildings because they do not understand its value as a preservative. whipped wery dark complexions. The chastised and further punish- Garnish with sweetenedcherries. cream around 22 per cent.bankers make inter- - are well painted and thus well preand a few maraschino Some of these served the loan rate would not only "$. l esting comment. J?elhams, however, did not fully ment was not administered to A Michigan concern be cheaper, but the amount of money says that, while not especially pre borrowed would be larger. A northern Honor "Y" Worker in Russia. appreciate, the men with whom him. They were warned that THE PAINTER'S BEST FRIEND News that the general commanding pared to advise definitely in response Illinois bank does not hesitate to say to reckon, 'their removal from the county the American and allied expedition In to this Inquiry, the officers WQuld loan that it would loan fully 50 per cent ihey Of all the many liquid sub- more money on farms where buildings more en a farm where buildings were stances which can be used for ' 5Enu.a short time, Casey and Mont- - would be acceptable, and they northern Russia had recommended were painted than where they were well painted and in good order than Howard B. Merrill of New York, a Y. the binding of paint or dry sub- tgomery came together, and went removed without further parley, M. O. A. worker, for suitable recogni- not so treated. This bank also finds where they were not The vice presistances which w6en dissolved in that where houses, barns and fences dent who answers the Inquiry, goes v,to the residence of Butler to pro - and ere heard of no more. The tion of his cool behavior during a sur- are well .taken care- of the farm Is a on to say: "There probably are many k water are used as vehicles for k prise attack on he forces he was serv"k pigments none fulfills necessary profi'ahl" proportion. ;inil in farmers good financially and morally -cure his assistance in dealing beautiful stream, which has its ing, is conveyed in a delayed cable- gi'nit-.conditions so well as linseed oil, , .( tin1 fanner a good ni jjioir buildings to remain gram the Y. M. 0. the king of the fixed oil, and, the Pelhams. Butler was source, near the Columbia and tional received atcouncil offices. A. na- client Alio her bade fcays itmu'it inn ns h rule the most sub",ith war work what Is of enormous Importance, "farm buildings out of re)if md stantial people who live in the counni&entrom his home and his Pamrthollavillo ' rjirnmka does it as cheaply.' It Is the needing paint indicate that the prter try keep their buildings- well painted." painter's best friend because it k Is slow pay." Such farms are rated at couldnot be had, but four miles from Columbia, and an lowa DanK. through Its vice preswstance about of the assessed value ident, states that It would make a dlf-- k makes his work satisfactory. ufiro half grown.beya of the But-- empties into the Russell hear the The News $1.50 and $2.00 1MTES ar U? IPHilllilillSffillllMlMiaKKMWKK rtrtrtnAArtAAA WOODSON LEWIS 5--1 desir-.-jHiS'- Of l them-'-d&v- ea -- and 1 com-i5n- g, Plac Your i ay For Early Threshing In con-rfiden- ce. m We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. mi. WOODSON I LEWIS GR,EENSBURG, KENTUCKY. ta-v- or ific-sti-- g hUtt ! i i -- i ed I d unmer-"cifuJJ- phys-iicall- p D1I-no- -- is well-chille- d were-proposi- ng z ! -- -- - il ons-de- r Mh-hlgui- i 1 1 I J -- one-thir- d , THE' ADATR rouNTY NEWS 4 3 - T "V J i " $K Am 1 Saturdqujpril19 H ; I I III ! I .P rvk w. N -- 57 :','. F ' . tftf Mm -u '"(I I - Mail Your Check J ,l,v' At . . fdrJOO wmAv AhV fs Jp' im Hfpi, , 3r r -- NOW - ww mi Mi imi Jbw m J , ; t W r Mail U i "S3 -- ;i :. 5 Your f if& Check I'" .- m ?j ,"X. M v "- At Once .J AhT . Once vl r. l l I? f '' '- V. -. ". -- mL k bVi'k M' v.; I"? , i o. l.vt '1 Hnvml HH fc, ' - Ka M .,.1 I., .' "" m EVi. J ' '. ..- v , tV tBBB. .iBBBBBBBkk. jir $ jF ' . k 1 '"V:it BBMb ' I. ' JB: B - . 1 .T ,,rri" ''l ,i Here's warning! The price of stock in the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Company will advance next Saturday, April 19. This is final notice take heed! : ,. If s -- , Remember (1st), that this company owns the leases on four tracts (of 40 acres each) at Mansfield, Missouri, right where the mother lode in the great Ozark lead and zinc district is nearest the surface, (2d), that this company has proven its holdings by drilling and is already sinking the first shaft for its first mill, and (3d), that the officers and directors of the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. are chiefly the same gentlemen as those of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, which company, already iir operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January, 3 in February and Jo in March. One thing's sure there is wealth-ilead and zinc. Make the most of this opportunity! n ffice Open Evenings Our office, Room 409 Starks building, will be kept open every evening this week until 8 o'clock we'll keep it open Saturday evening until 10. Remember tie place 409 Starks building! Remember the price $1.00 now! Remember the last day Saturday, April 19! Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co., Incorporated. Checks Mailed Saturday That those living outof Louisville may have the same opportunity as thos m the city, "we will accept orders, accompanied with checks, providing the postmark-showthem to have been mailed Saturday, April 19. Remember the last dayf this week next Saturday! s "f 409 Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky. in payInclosed find my check for shares of stock in the ment for Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. Signed Address - tf T. M. CRUTCHER, ,iiiIM INCORPORATED. 40SMiuiWt . Pridnt. ittvJfe C JM $ tt. W. E. JUtimr. M T. T. BEELER, Vice President DirccUrs: T. M. Crutckcr, J. C. Maken, Nat NAT C. CURETON, Smatmrj. Curctoa, W. E. NwWJ ud NEWlLB, h 1 . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4L3alr y Congressman Longworth con- rill. Russell county, onthelOth, inst. tinues his violent asseverations a son. iP.ablished On Wednesdays. that the Republican organization It. looks now like farmers who held of the next House of Representa- their tobacco for higher prices, played ftt Colam6iai, Keivtacky. losing game. tives is unrepresentative and re a Republicans know Mr. Henry N. Miller has just enactionary. MRS. DAISY HAMLETT, Manager. 414 R TiAVMArtunfn niivnWt closed his residence with a very atthe information. It is not news tractive iron fence. Democratic ne wtpiper derated to the Interest to the "Progressives." Whom I have another car load of Oates. If CtJbe City of Columbia rnnd the people of Adair is Mr. Longworth trying to you want any call'at once. sad adjolnlnz counties. . Coarvty ftevJs $8"Q"6"9"9"Q9Q"9"9"SS 9 4 Qm&QmQ$8m$$iQhSi 4 4 STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE Latest in Capes Waists, Plain and Fancy SilKs. . I N 4 Dress 4 4 J. B. Barbee. Republican leaders who sought lass mall matter. to make a partisan issue of the league of nations have at least WED. APRIL, 23, 1919 succeeded in making a fissure in their own party. Republican Subscription Price Island 2nd LPostal Zene. newspapers with 1,911,256 sub11. per yer. scribers are outright advocates All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription due and Payablelin Advance of PresidenffiWilson's program. Republican" journals with 1,249,-26- 4 subscribers are opposing the r league. Scripture could be quoted to show what happens to "a house divided against itself." Entered as second at the ColumbaCPost-offic- e The Fair GroundB will swarm with people next Thursday, the 24. An airplane is to make a fight. Mr. Eobert Beeves and the window Graves were married at Cane Valley last Wednesday by Kev. Wm. FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. 4 Quit work next Thursday and co m to the FairlGrounds and see the first one to visit Adair county. Wheat Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes. wanted. Advertising Rates. Obituaries are not news items. All news items are gladly received and published free. Obituaries, 5 cts, per line up to 20 lines. More than 20 lines 2(jcts per inch single column. Display advertising 20 to 50 cents per inch single col. Local readers:; Eight points type, lOcts per line. Heavy 10 point black face type, 14 cents per line. We handle the best grades of all kinds of stationary that can be furnished from the mills at very reason-Ab- le prices. We guarantee all mail orders. Write for samples and prices. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. V-I I Willjfpay $2.25 cash for "An overwhelming majority Wheats deliveredJIat G. M. Stevof the American people is in enson's Garage, Columbia, Ky. S. E. Shively. favor of the .League of Nations." 26-President Wilson read the pubA daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo lic mind aright when he made Green Burton, about ten years old, this statement on the eve of his died m the eastern portion of the coundeparture for his second official ty a few dayslsince. visit ji to France. &J2 His critics Mrs. Manerva McGaha, who was the wouldjhave it appear that he did widow of James McGaha, and who was years old, died at not correctly interpret the about seventy-fivPurdy last Tuesday. the American public, but the people are letting it be Notice. known that an "overwhelming VV. B. Helm', dentist, of Greenburg, majority" favors the League of will extract teeth with gas. Nations and are standing squareDr. W. B. Helm, Greensburg, Ky. ly behindhim in his effort to bring lasting peace to a bloodRub the joints with BALLARD'S world. stained and SNOW LINIMENT to relieve rheu2t atti-tudefof FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS. 4 4W 4 Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. e 25-3- m Albin Murray Columbia, "fr fi3"0"6 war-wea- ry 81.50 per year in advance in Adair County and 1st and 2nd Postal Zones. $2.00 per year in advance beyond the 2nd Postal Zone. J The candidates for Governor the boneconveying its soothing and will evidently begin the canvass restorative influence to the spot where of the State at an early day. the pain exists. Sold by Paull Drue Adv. The general opinion is that the Co. fellowsjwho are out for jobs did Under an order there will be no road ANNOUNCEMENT. their best to exact promises working in Adair county until after FOOD FAMINE from Mr. Cherry, but he did not the loth of July. After that date we FOR STATE SENATOR. tumble, and because he was a are informed that work will be reNOW FEARED man, the job hunters withdrew sumed on the Stanford road. We are authorizedjto announce Mr. Miss Josie Loy, of Olga, Russell Jas. R Garnett a Democratic candi their support from him. While SHE SAYS date for the State Senate in the Dis- this paper has not espoused the county, who was relieved of a tumor trict composed of the counties of cause of any candidate, we ad at Lebanon, " weighing 28 pounds, reached her homejabout ten days ago. Husband Worried Over Her AppeAdair, Barren and Metcalfe His mire Mr. Cherry's pluck. Rathcandidacy is sub!ect to the action of She is apparently well. tite Since Using frutona, er than to be annoyed by a lot of the voters at the August primary. suckers he withdrew from the A valuable dressing for flesh wounds, Woman Avers. t burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed contest. He is big enough to reFOR STATE SENATOR. skin, is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIOwensboro, Ky., April 21, "My husare authorized) to announce C. ceive honors through other We MENT, it is both healing and antisepAdv. band says he's afraid I'll eat him out by Paull Df ug Co. tic. Sold Haskell Miller, of JMetcalfe county, a ! matism. It penetrates the flesh to Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County New Offi ce. 6"6"fr$$$'9fi$4$$$$$$$$$ WORTHMORE BRAND ONE PIECE OVERALLS The Worthmore Suit is the only logical garment for comfort, neat appearance, and hard use. The cloth is of superior quality, all seams are every detail has been considered and perfect satisfaction is assured. It allows freedom of movement and protects triple-lock-stitche- V NO FREE ,BINDlNG SUSPENDERS ALL HO i i CIRCULATION OF AIR FROM NECK SEAMS TRIPLE STITCHED d, Jy amr BRASS 'BUTTONS Mpm 9 JfMM2 FEET " ( .; c ii ! V3 til fit U. l m 'iwHI Democratic candidate for the State Senate, in the district made up of the counties of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe, subject to the action of the Tottrs at the August primary. K rar!: m n County Clerkj Neat issued the fol 'M 3m If K7 REINFORCED i p I! Owensboro woman of 709 West lowing marriage licenses last week: ' eft f -- i'3 STRAIN f ..f t . I .POINTS .iviiij James E. Tarter and Sallie M. Neat; Main street said recently. the wearer completely. Every body isolated over the fruit Millard L. England and Artie M. ""I had the 'flu' last October," she prospects. Janes. The grooms vveie soldiers and continued. "It seemed that a chronic cold had settled in my side. At Mr. Leslie Larimore, of Green Come to Columbia Thursday and went across. They are better times, I ached all over. I would often county, is a popular Republican see the aeroplane take its flight. They are cheaper Bad breath, uitter taste, dizziness have to cry out with pain. I didn't candidate for Clerk of the Court The indications point to an adund-ancand a general "no account" fteling is sleep well and. always felt badly, of The one piece suit is here to of Appeals. of strawberries Patches are now a sure sign of a torpid llvei. HER mornings. My appetite was poor and stay, the same as in underin bloom. BINE is the medicine netted. It I had become so weak I couldn't raise i wear all progressive dealers St nator Hitchcock, a Born, to the wife of Lucien Turner, makes the liver active, vitalizes) the my arm above my head. My nerves have them. Our guarantee tM i who at the start, opposed Cane Valley, Tuesday, the 15th, a ten blood, regulates the bowels and re- were in terrible shape. goes with every garment. "One botole of Trutona has actually the Peace League, is now hearti- pound boy. stores a tine ftliug o' energy and cheerfulness. Sold iy Paull Drug Co. straightened me up. The terrible Every seam is ly for it. Born to the wife of Granville SlierAdv body pains have disappeared now and $ T my nerves are steady again. I can exic was said in some quarters - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. tend mv arms at full length and my that President Wilson would fail nanas stui remain steady as a child's Distributed by in his peace league efforts. Does and that's remarkable. I'm eating it look like it now? heartily and I'm gaining strength, too., I'm truly grateful for the relief Incorporated The interest for a CongressTrutona gave me " .Direct from the TROPICS-- Ifs Fit for the KINGS. man to succeed the late Harvey Trutona, fhe perfect tonic, is esWAXATAN is classed as the most desirable coffee ever presented to the American trade. beinEr an extra larp-e- . licht pecially beneficial for stomach, liver Helm, is on the wane. The canmmmuMM centered berry of uniform size. This ceffee comes to you and kidney trouble, catarrhal didates do not seem to be busy. 100 per cent pure not mixed or blended and the like. It is a fine it is so heavily ladened with that rich, lu- announcement that T. R. Stults, of Cummium ftUei. cious, tropical flavor, possessing such tonic following attacks Columbia would be a candidate met- In 's News Mr. C. Has- VXtWBHBKmKjSmU&JiFSvSr' 'SLFVfiS licious fragrance and aroma that it should K Apr.,'20Ui t&fensHHiHFW.' Al LdKft.7K. ' of pneumonia, influenza, head colds Coluratii. justly be termed the coffee with generous applause from the Taykell Miller, of Metcalfe county, "etTDorxjrr and the like lor County ommitre and all RepubEditor News: EsJm. vyuc tuj ui tuijs nun, Trutona is now announces his candidacy for the &&,, of Addir Coutit A deleKar.son being introduced licans prusenr They pledged ilr. '- cdhpr ciecu aiuiiiu-iuue- ii State Senate in the counties of hadil b' the Hon Sam Stults their support, and assured him will certainly and explained in Columbia at Paull delight you. Adair, Barren and Metcalfe, subDrug Co. Lewis, ChalrmaR of tlie Adair Cooitfjjr Adv. of a spleudid majority hi November, ., n ri i a TRY IT. T" " a .,.,1i r&'rr it" in'r tfrr jn'ffTiT irirtr mi him Committee, un Fridiy lasrmefc with ject to the action of the Demof nominated. Taylor Committee at Campbells the The meerlnir tos the ffrst since cratic party. ville, the object- of .vhich was to ar Adair and Taylor were placed togeth OP understanding, regarding er and Jr. was a regular love feast, the It looks now like that by the Biurfcon Poultry Remedy riveaf.au for Represendawn a chick s yrtadproa boys from Adair.being royally enterbeginning of summer peace will fl T7?W'S Republican A few drops in the vWiliiO tative in this tl;e 3Rth, Legislative tained an - luncheon by the Taylor drinkteff water cures tf A QPO reign throughout the world and prevents whito IXnLL && district, which resulted In a unaoi- - County.Committee. It can be safely diarrhoea, cholera and other chick among all civilized peoples. The W diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 mous vote that the counties should said that. Adair County will roll up callons of medicine. Pint bottle, price $1.20. makes 33 callous. At cut throats in Germany and Rusdruggists, or sent br mail postpaid. alternate In f urnishjtijr the candidate, that old time .Republican majority ROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. Adair to receive the honortl:is year. sia will probably keep up their for Mr. Siults. rVr4r Vw Louisville, Ky. Sold by ihe Jefferies Hardware Store After this agreement was reached, an A Republican. i. fiiuamciaici tx. ouua j Incorporated .cruelties among themselves. Local Mews, of house and home, since taking Mrs. Lucy Louminhauser Tru-tona,- " RIVETED tSo'?. I i J. '.'.'.'i! 'BJBrV si well-know- T&kvi -i.a ECONOMY e ill Wig It r wi triple-lock-stitche- d. - wmk mm -- 19 if nil Piy5lrii3 -- N m wmmm,,. J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Louisville Kentucky. com-plain- ts to-day- WBJPrlvjr t nmmtmmwk& dM x ., v-i , sr- - fc i - ! am v- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rT?imT- -. Q' t. ... i -- i ATTENTION I I Personals. Mr. Yeston Holt, Jamestown, was Taylor County Farm it for Sate FARMERS OAK SPOKES, AND TIMBERMEN SPLIT HICKORY and I I f Until further notice, we will pay the following prices for delivered on our yard at Columbia, Kentucky: here last Thursday. Judge A. M. F. Hill, of Jamestown, was here last Saturday. Miss Mary Lucy Lowe has returned to her school at Auburn. Mr. G, R. Reed was on the sick list a day or two of last week. Mr. Sam Lewis made Split Hickory Spokes 30 in. Long Price Per M. Pieces. On Heart Depth x x x x -- a business The D S. Wade farm of 81 and a fraction acres located right on the Campbellsville and Columbia Turnpike, 2 miies out of Campbells- ction, ore ville, Ky., will be sold r- !"-- MONDAY, I a - " - -- Length 26 in. 30 in. 30 in. " A. B. & C. D $10.00 12.00 15.00 12.00 ' lfin. 1 in. $12.00 15.00 20.00 15.00 30.00 Iin. lfin. 11 in. lfin. 2 in. trip to Louisville last week. Mr. J. F. Neat was in Louisville last week, purchasing goods. Mr. D. T. Curd, traveling salesmen, was here the first of the week. Miss Minnie Triplett, who was quite sick last week, has about recovered. Mr. Geo. W. Jchnson, of Louisville, was at the Jeffries' Hotel Thursday. Mr. Reed Caldwell, of Campbells-vill- e was in Adair last week, on busi ness. Mr. Walkei Bryant, of Clark county, Ind., arrived last Thursday night, on business. Hon. Lllburn Phelps and Mr. Hugh Sharp were here, from Jamestown Saturday. residence and 2 fine barns on the farm. The farm is splendidly watered and is one-ha- lf mile from Hatcher post Office, and the same distance from the public schooL and church. 7-ro- om There is a oio 2 in. 2 J in. 26 in. 2 in. x x x x . " 30 in: 26-in- 20.00 18.00 30.00 20.00 Spokes that 2in. 2 in. 2 in. 2in. 3 3 in. . 25.00 45.00 35.00 in. 30 in. at This is undoubtedly one of the most desirable places in Taylor county. The sale will" be at the Court House door, in Campbellsville, Ky. m 1 in. 26 o'clock, P. M., and will be sold by the Master Commissioner of the Taylor Circuit All Spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Hickory. Court - are brash, also containing defects, such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks,, short 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. 3 in. Length 30 .in. 30 in. A & B. C. 3Jin. $50.00 ,75.00 Spokes will admit of $25.00 40.00 one-thir- tT'r? The A. and B. Grade in Second Growth White Cak limber in sizes 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from or less sap all other defects, tough and heavy. d Auto Spokes, White Oak and Hickory. 34 3 X 3i 4 " 16 in. Long 1 x 6 in. $35.00 40.00 ADAIR SPOKE COMPANY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. immszsmsmmmzas Wfmmmmmmm nimm mmiwwnmwwnmiw mm !2 fH commissioner's sale. Mr. Harlan Shaw, who has been emJQ8C38XSO?3e38e3$Je3S3CK JOBcwexjoejessexjosE-sployed at Lynch for some time, is at AUTOMOBILE LINE home for a week. Mes'srs. J. L. Goodman, W. A. Hill 9 Columbia and" GampDelisvllle and R. H. Vaughan, Glasgow were S here a few days siritee. Mail Car SOt Round Trim $2.75-ForMr. E. G. Wellington, Clements- 1 Car $2.00 Round Trip. ville, was here last week, looking after Special Attention to Traveling Men 8 his plant at this place. On account of the License Fee of $50.00. the High Mr. J. R. Garnett, Democratic can- 8 Cosfofr Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled didate for the State Senate, went to 8 to raise Glasgow last Thursday. Rates according to the above schedule: 8 Judge and Mrs. Junius Hancock Your Support Solicited. have returned from a visit to Nelson 8 4-Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. county and Louisville. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and I p. m, 8 Mr. Jas. H. Edwards, of Louisville I CoIumbM. 123 Y7 PHONES. brother of Mrs. O. P. Miller. viMted 8 X ) Campbellsville, his sister all last week. 8 C38G308G;22e38C3;3C3i Mr. W. H. Cheek and wife and Mr. X3ae3S30S30S3CX3e3Ge33E3f S. F. Smith, Burkesville, were at the Jeffries Hotel a few days since. Messrs. Joe Anderson, H. T. Par-roand R.C. Borders, Campbellsville, were in Columbia a few days ago. We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Mr. Alvin Lewis made a business Columbia and- - Campbellsville, Equipped with large trip to Louisville last week, and while Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite . there he purchased a nice machine. I I p)AII V 3 $30 ocr-Passeng- er . p MOP "1 I tt Colon6ia flotor Freight Co. Post-Office- OxyAcetylene Welding m, m Ill ADautUlKlJUil UUUKTUJ! vs m CsIlieMcClister&c Defendant. (Order By virture of a Judgment and m of Adair m ed at the MarSh Circuit Court, renderTerm, thereof, 1919: m in the above cause, shall proceeed to m I w ofier for sale at the Court-hous- e HI m in Columbia, KyM to the highest door bidm We are prepared to do all kinds .of machine work, no m der, at Public Aoetion, on Monday the m matter how large or small. m 5th, day of May, 1919, at one o'clock m p. m. or thereabout (being County m mi Court,) upon a credit six months the ol-Sal- e Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and we !!! will save you money We weld cast iron, brass, bronze., Ill copper, and all other kinds of metal. KENTUCKY. HI Afiien Fletcher PJantiff, Mr. Jo. E. Flowers, who isempioved in Louisville, came home Saturday N All Country Freight delivered from new depot Prompt and Courteous Servj.- - rendered our Patrons.-W- and spent Sunday with his family. Mrs. Fred Chapman and babv, ol Florida, are visiting at the home of Mr. W. S. her father-in-laJas. Holladay left for Augusta, Kausas, last Tuesday week. He expected to remain a few days in Louis-Mr. i e solicit yoi r business. Columbia Young JVIototr & Freight Gv Jones, Proprietors, COLUWBIK, KENTUCKY, KS222SSES333?22a3ESa2Sraa.. AH Orades of Machine Work 1 ville. Auto and Tractor Repairing iii m m We are fully equipped to do all automobile and work and guarantee satisfaction on alll work. in m m tractor m m m m &pariK & Riirkhnlripr IVtar hinp !!! hnn m m m w following described property Three tracts of land lying in Adair County, Ky., on the waters Huddles ton's Creek or Branch, which is a tributary of Crocus Creek, and all ad joining, and upon which L. A. Fletcher lived and occupied for many years and used and managed as one farm. to-wi- t: Eller Winfrey and Mr. J. D. Parish, of Cumberland county, viaittd at the home of Mr. E. E. Cheatham Sunday. Mrs. Mr. Jo. Harris, who is in the Nav, was in Columbia, on a furlough, last meeting his mauy young week, KODAKS- - S ummer is coming and you need a Kodak. f have just received a new line of Kodaks, Films, and Albums of the Latest Model. Come in and let us show them to you L. E. YOUNG, a to-da- JJ m J!? Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile Suplies, and All Kindsof Machinery. m fflfflfflfflBinffnwwflnnwinimfflninimmmimmnmmm VETERINARY ojao CAMPBELLSVILLE, --- m m m KENTUCKY. The JFlrst tract contains about 78 FJ last week. acaes the second tract contains about G. W. Blakey, Olga, Russell count, j 50 acres and the third tract contains, ' about .22 acres. For more complete" was in Columbia a few days ago, en description reference is made to the route to Louisville, to look after some machinery. Miss Fannie Saliee, Garlin, friends. Mr. John Day and Mr. John Thompson, Berry, Pendleton county, visited at the home of- - Mr. R. A. Hutchison y. Printing and Finishing also a Specialty. I Columbia, - - - Jeweler, - Kentuckv. DR. J. W. RAFFERTY Judge Rolliu Hurt returned i.o County Live Stock Inspector FrauKfort in time to be there on the Mrs Herman Bametfc and her little 15th' the opeulug of the spring term daughter, Nancy, arrived from St. Pure Bred Barred Plymouth f Pellyton, Kentucky of the Court, of Appeals Rock Eggs $2.00 for 15 prepaid. ' Mr-- J- N Coffey made atrip to Louis last week. She was met in W. Louisville bv Mr. and Mrs W R W. D. Murrah, LouLsviue jast week His onij uusk Myers, Mr. and Mrs Fred Myers, and uesa was to buy a violin for his. grand- Mrs E B. Barger. UKXT1ST 20-8- t Elkhorn, Ky. daughter, Miss Margaret PactesoiJ. Am permanently located in Co WELL Mr D. E. Hatcher.a popular travel Mr. J. W. Hamjett, of farinviiie, ing- salesman, a gentleman iumbia. I have for sale a limited amount of who has I Trill drill wells in Adair and All Classes of Dental work done. CriK good Fertiliser at a low price. It. Va , was here the latter part of last many friends in Columbia,' w'as'ljere week. On his return his brother, Mr.. last Thursday, taking wilJ-u-ut . last'long at the 'pri ce. adjoining counties. See me be die and Inlay work a Specialty. orders for the BarUsdale Hamlett, accompanied him shoe house he represents. John Morgan, All Work Guaranteed Latest . im contracting. He was fore at Young & Jones Freight House. as far as Louisville accompanied by his son, Mr. Jo M. Office: net door to post office proved machinery of all kinds. Mr J. C Strange, who has been em Hatcher. . t Pump Repairim? Done. Git? ployed at Lynch, Harlan county, for Mr. A. G. Avery, State i , Mrs. Alonzo Barrett, who lived near j Fertilizer. " several months, returned home last spent a day a: a Call. or nwo of last , Tarter, this county, died'a few days J ' Tuesday night. 'He reports that busk Several Grades Prices $1 30 to 82.55 Adair County Clerk's offir . ,w? ago. Stie was about SO years old and ness lias been very good in the 'Union Store Co. Inc thorough examination, of left a husband ana nve children He found everything in 8 a v, . Cane VaUey, Ky Phone Judgment, pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchas er, with approved surety or securities, A prudent mother is alavs on "imuswxeaute Bond, bearing legal in- watch for symptoms of worms in her i rerar j the day of sale until paid, children Paleness, lack of interest tn i a(jj j.avfnjjr tjle force and effect of l play, and peevishnese is the signal for ' .Judgment Bidders will be prepared WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE L comply promptly with these terms to ' A few doses of this excellent remedy I W. A. Coffey MaBter Commissioner, puts an end to the worms and the child sorn acts naturally. Sold by For Sale. Paull Drug Co. Adv Sallie and Dr. Ed imp.-ove-s th! who have beeu very tiie Louisville Trus Comm,ttee:and Cffi feeble for several months, very slowly. Mr LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Capital. Surplus and UnHvlded Profils OVer One Mu .or Dollar " ACte8hE Pays 3 per cent' per Annum on Time Deroalts JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Trea,. A. 1 Curt Bell, of Red Lick, was in Columbia last Friday. His children, who were in the Graded school, le turned with him. "". .A s snch in any County in thoiState. Tru,.. anUcan wte x G. STITH. ?eil. . dirirm .,,1,1.1. ' ""u" speaKswell toe CJerk Neat and his deputf-- j Cmarc. HENRY DEW - and did DRILLER iK wen and tells Mor, of the fighting ue unauy ajschargsd In Lieut. Smith Gill, who ea service on the nrinnby-e,- n last Saturday, r.bm furlough He &, aai' Caznp-.Hior.onash- ort Jrpecv very afecrfc ." mtenattwc time. A Sunday-scboo- . ! 2i-3- O j, OarlinlartSnnda. aid'rimi n was onnLni A commlficu It meets ,nn In it. . ppajai- - 1 (.. M&& ',, -, '" blifhnk.. "t ai. Co-. jrf r- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS P jr i'ANTRUITY OF 'c f, - EGORATIVE ART Strange Sources From Which Pigments Used by Modern Painters Are Derived. PRESERVATION OF SURFACES. The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E ?www 2 1 HBHB PMniM iLiquid RUBBER ROOFINQ. 3 Ply $3.75 2 ounlioht 3 Ply $2.75 and Ply $2.25 FLOROID Ply $3.10 Ply $2.50 Crude but Effective Processes Employed by the Egyptians and Greeks of Pliny's Day Noah Prudently Waterproofed the Ark. Wagons, Harness, Bridles Breeching. GRASS SEEDS Fertilizer: Best Grade at From $1.50 to $2.25. Like real liquid sunlight is Hanna's Green Seal Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and more attractive, it preserves them from decay, and when one home in the neighborhood is "Green Seal-ed- " all those surrounding it are certain to catch din-gines- s, Whether paint was invented In answer to a need for a preservative or to meet a desire for beauty Is a question fully as knotty as the ancient one about the relative time of arrival of the chicken or the egg. It was invented, though, and it serves both purposes equally; so whether it Is an offspring of mother necessity or an adopted son of beauty remains forever a disputed question. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and y1 FANCY GROCERIES. 5 the same spirit of "Clean Up and Paint Up." Formula on Every Package SOLD BY 5 The first men, cowering under the fierce and glaring suns of the biblical countries, constructed rude huts of wood to shelter them. The. perishable nature of these structures caused rapid decay, and It is probable that the occupants, seeking some artificial means of preservation, hit upon the pigments of the earth In their search. It is perhaps natural to suppose that it was the Instinct of preservation that led men to the search, although the glories of the sunsets and the beauties of the rainbow may have created a desire to Imitate those wonders In their own dwellings. tion of a preservative to a wooden structure dates from the ark, which was, according to the Bible, "pitched within and without." The pitch was a triumph of preservation whatever it Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Druggets. THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, Columbia, Ky. EVERYTHING IN Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Eoom 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. -- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also EUwood and .'American Fence. ROOFING Stel Fence Posts Incorporated riatkei Street Between First and Brook The earliest record of the applica- DEHLEP BROS. CO. 71 16 Caat Louisville, Ky. S W. T. PRICE 5Q&QZQX3ZX3Z SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE xe Campbeflsville COLUMBIA, We - INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES KENTUCKY. ss Mg&e Main and Depot Streets Hotel W. H.r:WILSON, 'Prop. cater especially to Commercial Travellers. ElectricLights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms. RATES $2.00 PER DAY. Jampbellsville, i k ck . LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Pressed. PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. . EDBNBY HANCOCK, Kentucky. Columbia, SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most im portant. When an EFFICIENT an. tiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of inflection and the wound begins to heal at once For use on manor beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANT1SEETIC and Buj it dow and be ready for an emergency. Sold by Adv. Paull Drug Co. -HEAL-INGrjAGEN- s S Used 40 Years CARDUI 2 Tin Woman's Tcaic Sold EvtrywW No."l Timothy hay, for sale- - It is is at Young. & Jones' freight baled. It bouse. 24-- 2t f ... lacked as a thing of beauty. Decoration applied to buildings first T2 5r11 comes to light with ancient Babylon, whose walls were covered with reprekJllUYVd sentations of hunting scenes and of combat These were done in red and the method followed was to paint the scene on the bricks at the time of manufacture, assuring permanence by baking. Strictly speaking, this was not painting so much as it was the earliest manifestation of our own .familiar kalsomlnlng. TEhe first Hebrew to mention paintchaping is Moses. In the thirty-thir- d ter of the book of Numbers he instructs the Israelites, "When ye have passed over the Jordan into the land of Canaan, then shall ye drive out all the inhabitants of the land from before you and destroy all their picCOLOMBIA, tures. KENTUCKY. At later periods the Jews adopted many customs of the peoples who successively obtained power over them and in the apocryphal book of the Maccabees is found this allusion to the art of decorating, "For as the master builder of a new house must care 9 for the whole building, but be that i undertaketh to set it out and paint It, must seek out things for the adorning (, thereof." Homer gives credit to a Although Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite Greek for the discovery of paint, the a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would allusions to it in the books of Moses, have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most the painted mummy cases of the Egypdisagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with tians and the decorated walls of Babyj butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have lon and Thebes fix Its origin at a twrHMfcS w25 period long antecedent to the Grecian regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but ) era. The walls of Thebes were paintafter a course of these, I would be constipated. It iust ed 1,900 years before the coming of seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were Christ and 996 years before "'Omer no good at all for my trouble. I heard smote his bloomln lyre." The Greeks recognized the value of THEDFORD'S paint as a preservative and made use of something akin to it on their ships. Piiny writes of th'e mode of boiling wax and painting ships with It, after BUCK-DRAUGHwhich, he continues, "neither the sea, nor the wind, nor the sun can destroy the wood thus protected." CHIC The Romans, being essentially a warlike people, never brought the decrecommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured oration of buildings to the high plane me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best When company comes had reached with the Greeks. For it liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or there is no time to all that the ruins of Pompeii show stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht waste no chances to many structures whose mural decoraacts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of be taken so mother tions are in fair shape today. The throwing out waste materials and poisons from the syscolors used were glaring. A black sees that there is albackground was the usual one and the tem. This medicine should be in every household for ways a can of combinations worked thereon red, yeluse in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel low and blue. sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh toIn the early Christian era the use of morrow. Price 25c a package. AH druggists. mosaics for churches somewhat supBAKSKG P8WJ5ER planted mural painting. Still, during ONE CENT A DOSE the reign of Justinian the Church of 0 73) on hand. Cakes, pies, Saint Sophia was built at Constantinodoughnuts, muffins and ple and Its walls were adorned with all good things to eat paintings. must be dressed up in In modern times the uses of paint their best taste and hare come to be as numerous as its looks. myriad shades and tints. Paint is im that its name aas no synounique Then, too, her reputanym and for it there is no substitute tion as a cook must material. Bread Is the staff of life, but be upheld and she A XT r.T-r- r $ paint is the life of the staff. "stakes" it on Calumat I & . Nq one thinks of the exterior of a every time. Sheknowslt wooden building now except in terms will not disappoint her. of paint coated. Interiors, too, from Order a can and have fie painted walls and stained furniture "company" kind of bakings down to the lowliest kitchen utensil, every day. all receive their protective covering. Calumet contains only such Steel, so often associated with cement ingredients as have bcn Is painted before It goes by the approved official! to give solidity to the manufactured U. S. Food Authorities. stone. The huge girders of the skyYou arts'''" i I'sy it. scrapers are daubed an ugly but effYob save vrhcs vsa use it. icient red underneath the surface coat Of black. Perhaps the best example of the value of paint on steel is found in the venerable Brooklyn bridge, oa -- 34-C?" which a gang of painters is kept going contlaually. It Is scarce possible G. R. REED, to think of a single manufactured ar1 91 8 Sheep Claim money now FIRE AND .LIFE INSURANCE, ticle which does not meetpaint someSv where in the course of Its construcffk Columbia, --- --Keutucky. tion. So has paint grown into the ready. Call and get it. verr marrow of our lives. S. C. Neat, Clerk. iwgu- larly Thins & QhlA9e IwmmmSmi grams Mmp . Watch For ProAttractions. of Special Sat Nights. NELL & CHEATHAM, ..." WeiFArifiedl STOMACH TROUBLE T m CALUMET I BETTER BE SAFE Tin ! riMlN OUKK I & $ . It is better to have it and not need it Than to need it and not have it. fi S t. t- -. 'A r- - Tr? r J1jB CCLlvTYNEWS X Sash, Doors, Windows. When youjput up a house or any other structure you want material that will give 'entire satisfaction. The stock of mill workjwhich we sell is guaranteed to give the best of service because it is made right. 36 as as t j WHEN YOU BUY FROM US You are assured of high quality price. Our business methods make new friends every day. as as ae 24 at a fair SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMRES BS?K2S .1 '"I H"1 . I" Tobdv red (an. (iVv red tint, handsome pound and tin humidorsand that clotty, pound crystal practical half-poun- It is our policy to help our customers save money, avoid . d sponge moittener that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. glass humidortopwith in your PUT a pipeyou're onface that'sof smoke peace if the trail filled cheerily brimful of Prince ! For, P. A. will sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you hours! could get away with every twenty-fou- r You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality! And, that P. A. is made by our exclulet it slip into your think-tan- k sive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance seven days out of that you can hit every week without any comeback but real smoke joy! smoke-record-high-spots R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. C. waste and get complete satisfaction in the purchase of all ! ., .. miius ui lumuer auu uuiiuing material, wnen tney tell us their plans we tell them how to buy economically and H what to use. When their plans are indefinite, we fire-- g quently make suggestions that suit the need. $ OUR CUSTOMERS ARE FRIENDS Because we give a high quality of material with a fair price guaranteed. Come in and get acquainted. as We are in the market for all kinds of logs and unfinished 2S 5K X vir lumber. i.!.j..fiL.;..Ji..,J. ., . .! Java has spiders that make IN the hip pocket a wasp nest that as I didn't know anything about till webs so strong that it requires a knife to sever them. "I hain't had no great hanker- I'd got the pants sortea warmed ing to own more than one pair of up." Kansas City Star. To The Soldier Boys. pants at a time," admitted Gap Thirty thousand Italians are to Johnson, of Rumpus Ridge, Ark., be put to work in the devastatI have just received for the Adair "since about three years ago, ed regions of France. county soldiers a record book in which to record their discharges when I put on my Sunday-go-tS. C. Neat A. C. C. meetin' britches and found in. The News $1.50 and $2.00. No Extra Pair for Him, as WE W7LL PAY FOR LOGS POPLAR:" . ' to 16 in 17 to 20 in 21 to 24 in 25 and up 10 o- OAK: CUT 8 ft 2.00 " " 2.50 " " 3.00 " " $2.25 per 100 $1.80 per 100 as vS White Oak must have good growth Chestnut and Oak cut 10 ft. and up in length, clear stuff $1.80 per Tree Run, Beech All Common Logs 1.25 2-- 100 C?7am Certain-tee- d " Certain-tee- d " " s as ajwllimBi;ilfr"-- i Roofing So 5 ' Hranbk mW-ypi- ? J tV ,: as as as aS the price of good ones, except those 8 feet long must be clear 3 & Columbia, as Kentucky. 5K renders a war service. )k$k$k$kj888S iseBeee)Kr EMldnecePhone 13 B Business Phne 13 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. Certaln-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST )Ki LOY 6s Columbia Barber Shop I.OWE AJSanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionfand Gratification are Guaranteed. 3k Office. Front rooms in Jeffries B'l'd'g up Stairs. 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-any- one 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 as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the- standard roof O'cr, - Columbia, - Kentucky Dr. Eiam Harris OFFICE 9HBl swmfsmwl vfor factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5. 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d 161. Residencell23-Second Floor K WCfJs&Gr. ! OFFICE: Cor. Main andlDepotSts a"i Give us rests J rHSMll a Trial and be Convinced. as as a$ UNDERTAKER. Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing IV H88SC Nflt iVte Officee&Wereboutei in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Ccrtain-tec- d Localand General 'Anesthetics Administer I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. Cotumbia, Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, temmakWkmmnt i Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods L. H. Office Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones K53 SUPS l 1 A Field S. M. SANDERS ' CAMPBELLSYILLE, KENTUCKY. -- 1 Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Satisfaction1 Because He Sowed off THE SURC CROWIHO KIND" GO. sc at Residence, mile of town, on t Jamestown road. Phone UGr. - Columbia. Ky. At Tbey produce better crops. Yoar first sowlne will convince yoa. Ask y oar dealer. ruMvtLiJE SEED CO.. Irnemra KY. Ex3hialyHr WhoUMU nMM''wm Up-to-da- LeiHVHO.C. r- t m&Zl The News $1.50 and $2.00 t Ji '1 Give Us Your .Order for that Job Work. te Work. 'I t - I I - , 'jmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - THEAO VlR COUNTS NEWS OW i i Will IIKIWMhfcMIIIIIIII L.. HI HMM.n mini N(f .-- 4. - Cm e Official CitationV E3 C Corporal Roberts gave his life, coolly, deliberately, for YOU. Make good his sacrifice. Invest to the very limit of your cash and resources. i 3 ROBERTS, HAROLD W. (1013943) Coipow, Co. A., 344th Battalion, Tank Corps. (Deceased). above conspicuous gallantry FOR beyond the call ofduty inand intrepidity enemy action with the in the Montrebeau Woods, France, Oct. 4, X918. Corporal Roberts, a tank driver, was moving his tank into a clump of bushes to afford protectoin to another tank which had been disabled. The tank slid into a shell hole, ten feet deep, filled with water, and was immediately submerged. Knowing that orjly one of the two men in the tank could escape, Corporal Roberts said to the gunner, "Well, only one uTcan. get our, and out you go," whereupon he pushed his companion thru the back door of the tank and was himself drowned. ! 3 ! .'!' 3? . .' i M IC ft a 1 ! Mi !R CV ta Unck, Em Home address: Paul Gal. porium, 5 Market St., San Francisco, W.-Leifer- r, ff- . Victory Liberty Loan Committee b; T m 4 f; ' 1 1 C . tTiit,?SfCK- - guaifflpggw S w m lB'umuignrmiffflWHiJinniiiiJUigifi.iTTy' 'ViW' r'V ,Viy77 " rrjc Jfck .space contributed by sW ... M',' : Msm& Dr. Jas. Triplett', Dentist. er 5 : wjmmmiftiuitnuttauiwuOTi!tTO3wrnutVr m Be.tfr riE. Ct.' Jeffrlee, Columbia Hotel. Srger Bros., Hdw. and Groceries. &.lbin Bennett & Bridgewaters .Groceries. p. E. Young, Jeweler. E.' m UtaMriMMMMMMMBMMaaMBHWaHMMaBWH B. Redman, Mgr. Geo. McLean, Dry Goods asd Stations. Co.', Bennett &5mlth, Groceries an Meat. N. T. Mercer, Post Master. Dr. H. W. Depp, Dentist. - Epperson, Grocer. Hurray, Dry Goods & "Notions. W. El Noe, Automobile Line. (Eppersl& Conover, Ice Cream & Soft1 Drinks. " E.pj. Sinclair Co., Wholaeal Grocrlw and Notions. J. B. Watson, Baker and Restaurant. " GoS Bros'. Store, G. v Myers-Barg- 'S. FilEubankr.lRubber Tiresand General Blacksmltii? ; . Young Co., Dealera'fn Sliock and Fertillztoi W - -- - - Flour, Meal and Shipstuff. e " " A.W. Tarter, Jailer, and Dealer in Fertilizer. , - ft 1. HFa