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The new Methodist church building, f mile this side of Bliss, near the Montgomery school building, was dedicated last Sunday. The dedicatory sermon was preached by Rev. S. G. Shelly, Presiding Elder of the Columbia district. An immense crowd of people was present, more than could get in the building. Dinner was spread on the ground by the good people of the Bliss neighborhood, and there was an abundance for every body in attendance. Rev. Shelly preached In his usual fervent manner, and those who are acquainted with the speaker know that he delivered a most entertaining discourse. The sum to be raised was 8250 and one-hal- Adair County Dead Soldiers. Opportunity at Home. Personals. Appropriate Services. John Lee ht Walker returned from Mississippi and Alabama last Monday night week. They visited the settlement where Mr. C. S. Harris and Mr. R. K. Young are located and they are loud in their praise of the country. They say the land Is as level as a floor, and no richer soil can be found in the Blue-gras- s section of Kentucky. It is a great country for alfalfa, and that Harris and Young are now delivering their first cutting at $31.00 per ton. They will gather three or four crops. They state that the Adair county colony is perfectly delighted with their locations. There is a good demand for land which is selling from $83,00 to over 8100 00 per acre. Mr. Harris recently sold his boundary of 840 acres at a good profit and has purchased over 400 acres nearer to the town of West Point at 8100 per acre, as fine a tract of land as can be found anywhere. Mr. Allen Walker bought f in a boundary of 1300 acres interest lying In Alabama, not far from where the Adair county people are located. This farm is well stocked with mules, cattle, hogs and sheep, and it has all the farming implements necessary for running. In the Jeal Mr. Walker f gets a interest of everything on the farm. John Lee Walker says the only thing that kept him from buying, was ready cash sufficient, as the land was sold in large boundaries. He has an eye on a tract which can be cut into several farms, and if he can find two men who will invest with him, he will return and make a purchase. Mr. Allen Walker is to be the manager of the farm he bought a half interest in, and he is to return at once His family will follow him a little laone-halone-hal- ter. Mr. J..S. Breeding accompanied Messrs. Walker South. He did the not make a purchase on this trip. We regret to lose good Adair county citizens, but if they will leave, we want to hear of them prospering in all their undertakings. Mr. H. N. Miller Is thinking of razing the old house, on the Miller lot, on Water street, and having a nice cottage erected. We hope he will come to a definite conclusion and put up the building as it would be a great improvement on that street. The rental would more than pay the interest on the money invested. In due time The News will publish for the Chautauqua which will begin the 22nd of July. A Chautauqua is educational, helpful to a community, and tit should be well patronized. It gives the finest of music and the lectures will be delivered by noted men. The oil interest in Adair county has not been active for several weeks, but those who are representing eompanies say that it will not be a great while t, until several wells will be sunk. who have been here, say they are confident that there is oil in the county. Geol-ogis- the program Mr. Allen Walker certainly has a. good proposition In removing to his new possessions in Alabama, just over the Missississppl line. He is .half and half with his partners in the land deal, and he is to receive. 2,000 extra per year for managing the farm. Dr. Ellers, of Louisville, assisted by Dr. O. P. Miller, on last Sunday, removed the tonsils of a child of Mr. and Mrs. Golan Butler, also a child of Mr. jand Mrs. J. F. Neat, and from a child'of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Hammond, Fairplay. One hundred and fifty .army trucks have been turned over to the department of agriculture, and they will be used in Kentucky for road. purposes. Children's Day.-- which will be next . Sunday, will, be e.bseryed by all CfeuMkM I he i Cotamhifc. . Last Friday was Decoration Day The Kentucky Council of Defense Every few days we hear of young Mr. Harlan Shaw has returned from and the event was duly and appropri-atll- y sends us the following list of Adair men leaving Adair county for another county men, who lost their lives In home, claiming that there is nothing Lynch. observed by the residents of CoMr. C. M. Wright, Danville, was lumbia. Early in the day people comthe wc.r: to do here. The majority of these here a few days ago. Charlie Ballou, Columbia, killed in young men are farmers, and they go menced visiting the cemetery, carryaction. either West or South, when in reality Mr. R. C. Borders, Campbellsville, ing loads' of flowers whlchlwere placed Biggs, Cane Valley, died of there is plenty to do at home if they was here last Wednesday. Jacob about the graves of their loved ones. ejr noon disease. will look for it. A writer on the Lebthe Mrs. Omeria Jeffries visited her city of the dead had theappearanca died-o- f Estill Blair, Garlin, disease. anon Enterprise writes this very daughter at Knifley last week. of a flower garden. There i were two Robert Bryant, Columbia, died of truthful suggestion: Mr. E. Jackson, of Louisville, was at wounds. services held. Eld. Z. T. Williams jBoys, the farm offers every opporRollin Burbndge, Fairplay, acci- tunity one could desire. The soil lies the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago. was the first speaker Who conducted, Mr. Geo. McCalvey, Aurora, Neb., dentally killed. the funeral of a Miss Wilson, wha ladened with riches awaiting only our Walter E. Humphres3, Holmes, efforts to extract them. Every field was in Columbia a few days since. died last November, a victim of Flu. died of disease. orfarm will respond willingly to our Messrs. C. C. Baker and T. B. Ross, A little later the congregation moved Clarence T. Jackman, Columbia, labors If we only study that farm or Burkesville, were here a few days ago. to the West end where Itjwas addresskilled in action. Mrs. Josephene Rowe and Mrs. W. ed by Rev. R. V. Bennett, who spoke field, adapt ourselues to it and care Virgil Lasley, Columbia, diedof dis- for it. Let us rally around the stand- H. Flowers went to Louisville Mon- most affectionately of the Jdeparted ease. S270 was subscribed. advising his hearers to never let their ard of youth, remembering that the day. John S. McQueary, Columbia, killed future of our country shall be what Mr. Marion Antle, of Pecan, 111., loved ones die, from memory; that The Thing to Do. in action. her young people make it." Let us visited his Adair county friends last they were not dead, only asleep in Chapman Moss, Weed,diedJof dis- show our fathers and mothers that week. Christ Jesus, aud whojwere waiting; There is but one thing to do when a ease. . the boys and girls of today shall be Mr. W. E. Morgan and son, Aman-davill- for those left behind. It was a beaumember of a family shows conclusive Bradford Parnell, Pyrus, died of ready to stand forth fully eaulpped way; to the end. were in this place last Wed- tiful address all the signs of unsound mind, and that is disease. The congregation wasdismlssed with; men and women of tomorrow. Let nesday. send the patient to an asylum or to a Benjamin Powell, McGaha,; killed us show them that the rising Dgenera-tio- n a very appropriate prayer by Rev. S. Mr. W. H. Wilson and his son, Henprivate sanitarium. The doctors of in action. G. Shelly. which Is following in their foot- ry, were here last Sunday, from Campthese institutions know how to treat Bryan Royse, Columbia, died of steps is fully competent to succeed bellsville. persons thus afflicted, and it is often wounds. Mr. Ezra Cheatham Is now able to them and shoulder the responsibility Mr. Hugh Sharp was registered at that a person's mind is restored in a Deed Smith, Columbia, Ikil led! in ac- ofthefarm, the home and nation." be at his store. the Jeffries Hotel the latter part of very few weeks. Besides there Is no tion. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coffey ara. disgrace in doing everything in your John L, Smith, Columbia, died of If you have the itch, don't scratch. last week. spending a few days at Frankfort. power to have the afflicted one cured. .disease. It does not cure the troublejand makes Mr. A. L. Farleigh, of Louisvillei An Adair county man who went to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walker will Joseph T. Wheat, Columbia, died the skin bleed Apply BALLARD'S made a business trip td Columbia last SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it in gen Thursday. Lakeland last winter, returning in a of disease. leave in the morning for West Point, few weeks, perfectly restored, told us William Wilson, Columbia, died of tly on the affected parts. It relieves Messrs. S. T. Hale and L. B. Hill, Miss. itching instantly and a few apolica-tion- s Russell Springs, were in Columbia a a short time after he returned, that disease. Mrs. J. H. Klnnalrd, of Red Lick, removes the cause thus perform- few days since. It was the best place in the world for Melvin Guy York, Breeding, killed who visited her daughter, Mrs. Zora. ing a permanent cure. Sold by Paull a man who was afflicted as he was. He in action. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilsonjand two Rowe, has returned home. Drugr Co. Adv attributes his restoration to the asyMrs. W. A. Radford, who was the children, who live near Campbellsville, STRAYED A black sow from my lum. guest of Mrs. Hamlett, has returned were here Sunday. Gallant Soldier, farm. Weight, about 140 pounds. Has to her home, in Louisville. SADDLE FOR SALE Mrs. J. P. raised pigs. I will pay a reward. Mr. John F. Shaw, a favorite travel32-Mrs Porttr A. Strange started;Mon-da- y Hutchison, this place, has a good side Brack Massie. Velmer Aaron, of this county, who ing man, of Nashville, called to see 32-on her Journey to her home, Fredsaddle for sale. did valient service in France, and his trade here last week. Died in Cincinnati. who reached home several weeks ago, l Calhoun andj Mr. J. L. erick, Okla. She was accompanied by Throughout Southern Methodism left last Friday morning for Gaskin, Russell Springs, made a busi- Miss Katie Murrell, who goes for a the quota in the Centenary drive, Mr. R. H. Price, who lives near Ind. He was In quite a num-be- r ness trip to this place last week, month's visit. was 835,000,000. Up to the middle of town, received a dispatch last SaturRevs. R. V. Bennett, Elmer Ashby, of battles and was twice wounded, Mr. D. H. Lyon. Lebanon, gwho is last week $50,000,000 had been sub- day night, stating that his sister, Mrs. and- is credited with having killed S. G. Shelley and Mrs. Shelley, J. T. Y. M. C. A. work, was in Coscribed, and the time for closing the Mary Milligan, had suddenly died in more than one German soldier. He in the Goodman and Guy Stevenson have drive was extended to the 15th of this lumbia a day or two of last week. Cincinnati, where she was employed is a fine shot and served as a sniper a gone to the District Conference at month. It will easily go to 879,000,-00- 0 Mrs. J. F. Montgomery andlMrs.. B. as z. saleslady. Mr. Price left early portion of his time in France. He Fountain Run. is the general opinion. Sunday morning, to attend the funer- was in that country eleven months. E. Rowe, who were In Louisville with Misses Maudye and Marie Bradley, All who are In debt to me for sewing al and burial which occurred at Louis- He is very modest in speaking of the Mrs. Tina Wells, have returned home. bright daughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. J. C. Buster, of Creelsboro, was ville, where her husband, Mr. Jo Mil- part he played In the war. please come and settle at once. E. Bradley, are now in the News office here last Wednesday, to see a dentist. ligan, died about two years ago. The Mrs. Atossa Willis. and are being naught how to manipuHe was accompanied by his son, Claud. passing of Mrs. Milligan leaves only Road Tax Lost. A petition Is now being circulated late the silent messengers. two members of this particular Price Mr. Curt Bell came up from Red for means to build a rock wall from Messrs. J. R. Garnets, J. W. Flow Wednesday andlconveyed his the entrance to the cemetery to the family, Mr. R. H. Price and Mrs. NanA very light vote was polled in Adair Lick last ers, and T. E. Jeffries, the first nam. drive way. Every body who is able nie Scalf, who lives in Louisville. county last Saturday, the proposition children, who were ih school here, ed a candidate for the Democratic should subscribe and subscribe liber- Much sympathy is felt for the broth- being are you for or against levying a home. nomination for State Senator, went Mrs. E. W. Schade and her sister, ally. It will take about 8335 to do er and sister in this sad death. The 20 cents additional tax for road puron a political misto Glasgow deceased had many friends in Columthe work. poses. Vote cast showed about three Miss Marie Frazer, who visited in sion. bia. to one against. The three Columbia Green county, have returned to CoCome and see the 81.00, shapes and ii lumbia. Concluded on page S Ten Day Millinery sale for cash, 60 precincts, Gradyville and Milltowr S1.50 trimmed hats on sale, 10 days Miss. Sallie Field left last Monday shapes 81.00. 30 Trimmed hats 81.50. voted "yes." All the other precincts for cash, beginning Wednesday. Rather than carry any stock over, L All style. Sale begins voted "no." The proposition will for Philadelphia, Pa., where she will Miss Julia Eubank. spend the summer with her niece, will put on a 10 day sale, beginning again be submitted. Wednesday Wednesday, for cash 60 shapes at SI.0O Mrs. Will Hopkins. Some of our patrons have informed Miss Julia Eubank. In the Centen ary drive the quota Mr. Henry Hudson, of Glenville, left each. 30 trimmed hats at 31.50 1 us that Mr. C. S. Harris' letters to There will be Fathers, Mothers, and of the Methodist Church, this place, Thursday for Jacksonville, 111., where Come and see them. Splendid values. The News are read with a great deal Miss Julia Eubank. of interest. We take pleasure in Children's Day at the Christian was $4,000. The workers, Mr. J. T. he will be employed. Henry is a good stating that he will send a letter as church next Sunday, beginning at 11 Goodman, being in charge, raised over worker and he is willing. To My Customers. o'clock. A good, program is being pre- 88,000. This is Yhe best per cent, of often as he can find time to write. Messrs. W. E. Holladay, T. A. pared of recitations, songs and other any congregation in this part of the Elzy Young and Alvln Young LOST, a pair of glasses, between exercises which will be rendeaed. It State. "We are also authorized to attended the Farmers meeting at There seems to be a growing tendenColumbia and Price's Chapel. state that Columbia district has gone Lexington last Saturday. cy to return goods with no excuse, exis desired that as many fathers and Frank Winfrey. cept the customer has decided they t mothers and children will be present over her quota which was $80000. Dr. Jas. Triplett, MlsslMlnnie Trlp-let- t, want them. Hereafter I am ga The wife of Jo McGaha, a black- that day and worship together as Mrs. Edwin Cravens and her litA note from Buffalo, N. Y., uning to ask you to make up your mind, smith in this town, was adjudged of possible. Everybody Is Invited. signed, to The News, states that Wm. tle son, James Montgomery, spent ia while Inspecting the article whether unsound mind last week and sent to day in Louisville last week. H. B. Gwinn and Mr. Cassady, of Z. Coffey and Louise DeBolt, of Akyon want it or not as it Is against thfc Lakeland. Mr. R. M. Feese, editor of The rules of my store to take back goods Moreland, Ky., are in a fine meeting ron, Ohio, were married on the 27th Mr. J. O. Russell had the misfor- at Jamestown. Some additions the of May. It further stated that they Pulaski County News, his wife and without some very sound reasons for tune to get one of his fingers lacerat- first week and fine prospects for a vwere spending their honeymoon at two children,. Rollin and Catherine, doing so. Thanking the good people ed by a lawn mower last Wednesday great meeting. Mr, Cassady is a fine hotel Statler, Buffalo, New York at f visited here Saturday and Sunday. for helping to make my store what it morning. chorus leader and his solos are very and Niagara Falls. is. lam Respectfully, Miss Laura S my the, of this plate, much enjoyed by the people. The W. I. Ingram, Columbia, Ky. WANTED, hams and side meat. who accepted the pfincipalship of a Next Sunday will be Children's meeting will continue through " 2, 1919. this high school in the South last Decem- June 30 cents, cash. Day. A program will be rendered at week and perhaps longer. The church ber, is home for the vacation months. Dwlght Chewnlng and Miss Mary Nell & Cheatham. the Christian church. v Is crowded at every'service. Rev. B..T. Watson preached at Ed- DeWltt, of Romlne. Taylor county Persons owing me for colt season y he will went to Jeffersonvllle, Ind., and were Land For Sales. 30 acres of land, During the spring and summer monton last Sunday. will call at Barger Bros., store and 3& miles northeast .of Columbia. season it .would be very conducing to go to Lebanon to attend a meeting of married last Sunday. The groom is & settle. health if Burkesville street was oiled the Y. M. C. A., belnglthe Chairman grandson of Mr. B. F. Chewnlng, this There are ten acres in timber. J. P. Miller. place. from the square to the top of the hill. of the Adair county work. Allison Bros., Columbia, Ky. '; We speak of Burkesville street for the Born, to the wife of Bingham Moore, t ' Nell & Cheatham have added to Mrs. J. W. Richards, who lives' this reason that it is used more than any May 22, a 40 lb., sou He is a fine a. very their stock first-clas-s sewing machine?, side of the Fair Grounds, is in, Phelps Bros, shipped three carloads other one street as an auto drive. boy and his mother is doing well. poor state of health. A sister from oil stoves, binder twine, fish backets of hogs last week to the Louisville Children that are affected by worms OKiahoma arrived Tuesday evening to and minnow seines, decks, watches County court last Monday, While and Cincinnati 'markets. They paid and pistol fixtures. be wTth herl are pale and sickly and liable to the farmers were busy, a good many from IS to 18 cents. Nell & Cheatham. fatal disease. . . WHITE'S Prof. L. C. Wright, of the Kentucky of .them were in town. "The new Metbodiut Church build-lo-g, The Cumberland Presbyterians will CREAM VERMIFUGE expels warms Band School, Louisville, arrived SathfiaTperii nrrv-fSheep order, but rcommeoce a' serlesr meetings in Co- - promptly and puts the. eehildpn the urday night andew here on the Glasgow road, dedksfttecl Soid-,deairsi put Mm cup. will not be lumtHJLaboUt tWiatli of this p&oath. road to VParaJjPruic argaaizlng a iMt Suody,.wiJtbe kaewa as Priet's-Ch'aN- v', as' bMv as kec year. u ' Co. -p'u&k'$in(C -: They will use' 'v: ' In aft the , e, 2t 2t Mr.-Ear- Jeffer-sonvill- e, - to-da- y, up-to-da- Hol-lada- y, do-no- 32-3- 6 To-'da- 32-2- c 32-2- T con-tract.so- n - !. hnn . i'-tea- " I i :' . :' ' i' - 3 "t V.? 5s & Y -- V I' - 2 Agreement. Want Reduction. in Property Tax. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' ,a Gentleman's mmmmmmmmmmmmwMmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm WILUAM LEWIS. 1833. WOODSON LEWIS, 1919 SEeotueky has gained a wide tspeefcd reputation for it3 ""MieG, horses and code of hon- vA.nioung the male population 'gentlemen's agreement" is ? as iK&di&g as a formal legal f3ocnaent? .And tffeefcween it is held good in case ele-acec- ts. the wet and dry Down in Christian sCcatF an agreement was into by these two factions cthatif the prohibition election bieh was scheduled for 1518, be called off, all the saloons would be closed April 1, -- oth.is year. Consepuently, on xApril 1, the saloons were closeu r Several of them have already Hsaen remodeled for restaurant tbillard and soft drink purposes. "Sesause of the great demand Oc-rtofa- en--tew- ed er, -- ilon stores there ei8Iy-vn- will be pract- - vacant buildings. The -- demand for stores is only the nautral result of prohibition no r booze, more impede for clothes and food. Wanted. Caig enters, Boat Euilders, Joiners, Ct&tnefc money to The Kentucky Tax Reform Association, at a meeting at Louis ville decided to go before the next General Assembly in Kentucky in an effort to secure a gradual elimination of the tax on real estate in Kentucky for State purposes. It is argued that in creasing taxes from intangible property and from corporations will provide enough revenue to make it possible td reduce State taxes on real estate, gradually and finally eliminate them, leav-in- g real estate subject to city and county tax only. for many years real estate has borne the greater burden in Kentucky for the particular reason that it could not be removed or hidden from the assesor and the attempt to impose excessive taxation on personal property from contributing its share. The tendency elswhere is to exempt land from State taxation and some of the States are following this practice in others the tax rates are so low as as to make the taxes on land negligible. be-cau- se WOODSON vr LEWIS . I m m m m V is m m S m J. I. CASE THRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat crop. A QoodPrice is Guaranteed. Makers, Millwrights, Tin-- s Not Wanted by Mexico. 3mitas, Plumbers, Pipefitters and 'Painters for work on high class yachts . 2jad. phonograph cabinets. Steady Jack Johnson ex champion pugwork. Our shops are sanitary, light ilist, who came to Mexico about a The Matthews w:ad steam-heatemonth ago to stage a series of &Bipany, Port Clinton, Ohio. d. 28-7- 6 "boxing matches" is meeting assaulting a young white with a cool reception there. 3or v Ionian a negro was burned at a Johnson's first rebuff was :. Stake at vieksburg by a mob of when a delegation of guest at the :M300 people. best hotel in the city, where he The Gait House and four other put up, informed the managewas ; adjoining buildings have been ment that his presence A New Case Outfit Order See TTs Time And objectionable. He left. . bought by the Belknap Hardware Co to be used in connection with The second, when city officials The Season. Order To Be i Its growing business. politely but definately Informed ' Km his exhibitions were "scanda- ; lous.immoral and degrading in the i$& highest degree to public morals no circumand would under stances be permitted Drug stores and restaurants, where the black pugilist and his white wife sought refreshments, have refused to serve him and to cap the climax, Johnson's freMany thousands o! quent1 controversies with men women suffering from from New Orleans have resultwomanly trouble, have ed in many invitations- to fight been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's with Colts. Johnson's presence tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this here is distasteful to the city ofCheer fot the Consumer. Darf t horses tare commanding immediately all down the line." one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell ficials as well as the populace. good prices on the Chicago marofHayne.N.C. "I could! Thus the wheat raiser, the cot stand on my feet, and! . ket. Wild .commotion along the After a perusal of the state- the wheat buyer, the miller and just suffered terribly,' " she says. "As my sufhorse line was caused last week ment issued by Wheat Director the baker have consented, unCan't See Shell in Flight. Used Years fering was so great, andt by a Belgian order for 125 head Barnes, following his conference less the retailer proves obdurate be had tried other rem- e5ies, Dr. had us of drafters. The steamer rate with wheat producers, jobbers, there seems to be a fair prospect I began A correspondent writes the get Cardui. . is now $125 against $40 at the millers and bakerf , one obtains that the 110,000,000 consumers improving, and it cured Scientific American'. "The quesme. I know, and my beginning of the war, and the the impression that it is possible of bread in this conntry will be doctor knows, whatCar-dul-il- ft tion has been raised in discussion shipper must pay feed bill and that the consumer may expect permitted to buy it at less than for me, for my whether or not the soldiers in 'Sierras end health were incidentals, which make the cheaper bread and flour this year. war prices- zbottt gcr.s." France can see or hear shells fire At least the promise is held out by high- - powered guns in time cost of transpiration $165 per In view of the fact that proviThe Woman's Tonic to dodge them. Will you please head, from Chicago. At this dence has blessed the United that the ultimate consumer will answer this question for us if you rate no considerable volume of States with the greatest crop reap some benefit from the 41 A Sold Everywhere rife export trade is expected. Good ever known in the history of the bumper wheat crop. But not unhave informafion available?" Here is the answer:Sound trav drafters are selling on, the world, it is, indeed, reassuring til the various intre3ts "all els in warm weather 1,120 feet Chicago maketat from $240 to to the people that they may be down the line" have been careper second. A high- - powered rifle $300, as high as at any time permitted to participate in this fully conserved farmer, job 3h& Woman's Tonic bounty. ber, miller, baker and retailer, f RuJdnecePhoae 13 B Business Phne 13 produces a much greater velocity this year. To be sure, the wheat growers She writes furtherr 4F1 in the shell. The gun cannot be The case is on trjal'at Mt. Clem- will get the guaranteed price of am in splendid health . . . DR. N. MURRELL heard before the shell reaches the The Woman Suffrage Amendcan do my work. I feel I ents against . .the Chicago Tri- $2.26 a bushel for their .grain, place to which it is sent. Nor can owe it to Cardui, for I was by a vote DENTIST bune for' a million- dollars for even though the market price is ment passed the House M dreadful condition." an object moving past one with of304 to 89, a majority of both Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'f run- - -j U you are nervoas, Calling Henry Ford anarchiBtr below that. But the middlemen such a velocity be seen. If it were Democrats and Eepublicans votflows ana weaK, or suner upstairs. Henry must think that news have agreed to take a from headache, backache, .: coming direclty toward one it stated ing for it. Will probablo pass the etc, every month, try papers have as much money as commission, the millers Columbia, - Kentucky have Senate early next week. might be seen when near enough Cfirdai. Thousands of he ha&. consented to limit their profits womea praise this to fill a perceptible angle. That for the good it has shells have been seen to go past, Dawson Springs is soon to be a to a specified figure and the bakdoae.ihem, and many Dr physiciaflswho have used rests upon very uncertain scene of active building opera ers are" willing to enter into a successfully with, Cardui tions when the Goverment hos- contract by which they would their xwomen patients, for IDEN.TISTIV Veterinary Surgten and Dentist e. pital for soldier and sailors is be- reflect at once in their products f OFFICE ISt lftsxs, endorse this Residence 1123.K TT&ink what it means Board of Control issued gun. It is estimated that $15,000,- - the lower price of flour made Special attention given Diseases of all State OFFICE: i Second 'Floor health, to be effective by the mills." Domestic Animals in the future all 000, will be spent there. an order that life Jte. Spell. Give Cor. itain and Depot Sts IIT Cardui mis in it- way. tl aaya jjur. X5m Office at Kesidence, l mile of town, on Convicts who make application OArjpjBErcjsvxcaL.E. icy. for parole must be able to read An immediate reduction in the nea' statement, ''down to the re? Druggists All Jamestown xoaa. Localand Genera! A.ne3thetic3 Administer write'. The order was issued in price ofv wheat extending from tail trade there is thought to be 371 inefforfc to. aid the fight against the producer to the baker IS an assurance that reduced price Phone U4 G. - believed assured. , . of wheat should be effective Columbia Kv, The News $l$4 mnd $2.CK I illiteracy in .the State. m m In Place Tour Ready For Early For Threshing In We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. V Health About Gone -- WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. - S 40 f CARDUI take' J J I if , J. - :- -- medi--C- &e Iv. H. Jones Elam Harris rae'df-'Sia- T Y1 4-tri- -- r t - -- . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS " -- ,""'--- ?: j. SPg Uncle Sam Sets a Good Example Program OF yukGmllMtandvrm I jefinishing them with HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- Columbia District Conference-try1 . If your floors are looking worn or dingy, H Fountain Run, Ky., June 4 8, h?.. 1919!-"- t .j, Presto rYou'Il be surprised at the results. Bright, lustrous and beautiful floors appear, best of all, you can apply this handy product your- seir. just get a can and put it on as you would varnish. EqualSr?Pks ly good for wood- .woric EPWORTH LEAGUE ..3 . ' WEDNESDAY MORNING Devotional Service i,9:00 - - Allen Virer ORGANIZATION 'The1 Purpose of the Epworth League First: To Enlarge Spiritual Character, Enrich 'Personal Experience, Develop Leadership in Elmer AshEyv- - Second: Social Service Applied Chrisu'anity the:-Chu- rch. ana nimii-nr- o w, MUMiizwmm. . --t . M Jflk l . nvj7r r V i oHa .Gomes in all KrxJS To LWalk jvopd colors. On -- TIIt n i li ri nr ttIii tut nri i t aTKfcM'RBii n p R.L. Christians Pillow.-Thir- d: To Make our Young People Intelligent Well Informed Methodists I. W. Napier. Young People to Become-Fouith: To Lead our Missionaries to Go or Send. W. C. Christie.-- - SOLD BY- - r . llLMlnU' iUK3U!l !".J,,l,, -- 1IUV Sunday Schools. ; VIEW OF U. S. CAPITOL DURING PAINTING. THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, Columbia, Ky. EVERYTHING IN The dome of the United States Capitol at Washington Is kept in excellent condition by painting it every few years. For this work forty painters are steadily employed for three months' time. Over five thousand gallons of paint are required for one coat. The reason for painting the Capitol dome at regular Intervals is to prevent disintegration of metallic surface. ' x AFTERNOON SESSION. - 2:00 Devotional - I. T. Aliens - ORGANIZATION. The Pastor and the Sunday School. - - B. W. Hardin;: The Wesley Bible Class Its Advantage How Secure it?? J. L. Piercejv. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood. and .American Fence. The Teachers Training Class and Conduct It? Its Importance How Or-gan- ize THE COSMETIC OF THE INANIMATE. Til - - fil am the am the saver of surfaces, world-ol- d The Standard preserver. St ael 1 Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated flNoah knew me, for he pitched the ark within and without. lIThe Pharaohs sought me as an adornment for their tombs their mummies endure because I conserve. HI am the woad of the ancient Britons: their blue battle hue. Because of me the treasures of the Sistine Chapel defy efface-men- Harry Upchurch. EVENING SESSION. 7:45 Song Service . R. L Lockard. Sermon Subject "The Church of Tomorrow Who wilfr ' of Efficiency. - Bedford Turner:" Mis. W. C. Christie, - Compose it? t. R. V. Bennett- THURSDAY MORNING. DISTRICT CONFERENCE. ORGANIZATION. ' 8:30 Devotional. CO- - 16 Cast Matket Street Between Plrst and Brook Louisville, Ky. am the servant of progress. flColumbus found me bedecking the savages who watched him plant Ferdinand's banner on the shores of New Spain ; and the very sails of his caravels resisted the elements of the West through my aid. flThe pioneers westward wending their way daubed the prairie schooners with my protection. HI am the royal robes of civilization's monarchs, Steel and LumHI fll am the keeper of the antique. - Reports From Pastors. Reports From Local Preachers and Renewal of License. Interest of Church Extension Presented. - -- jT. H. Dyer; 11:00 Sermon Subject Centenary. J. B. Adams, MksionaryjSecretary. ber. AFTERNOON 2:00 Devotional Centenary An Aftermath. TheCentenary-18- 19 SESSION W. T. PRICE 398GC3Q veneer. flThe taut wings of the airplane gleam under my. protective SURETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. fiThe sullen dreadnaught and the homing transport plow the seas impervious to corrosion because of me. fy HI waterproofed your agents of destruction, the bullet and the shell. HThen I drew the mercy of my concealing camouflage over - I. L. Alle- n- The Centenary Thirty-fiv- e a 1919. - - J.B.Adams. The Time Providential. J. L. Chandler. Millions and More The Lord's Money. Edward Hilr-EVENING your hospitals. HI glisten, on the homes, and on the barns, and on the cement suria"ces. Huvr HWnere life is, I am alive. set in my absence hastens them." HWhere death and decay .. . ., HAnd my mission is to preserve. ., " -j. ' HSaver of Surface. I am PAINT! '- SESSION. 7:45 Sermon Song Service. Subject "The Stewardship " ' I Sx88SS Campbellsville Hotel S : Main and Depot f ?&te&i&gj of .. i - a- -" Tilhe" " FRIDAY MORNING, E. C. Smith. Money The- J. S. Chandler. - j Streets W. H. WILSON, "Prop. We 8:30 Devotional. l Smj,h Gvanw Reports of Pastors. Reports of Trustees of District Parsonage. Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School Its Place in the Columbia-Distric- r. Prof. R. V. Bennett. The Possibilities of the Columbia District. C. L. Shelley. 11:00 Sermon Subject Christian Baptism Its Mode. J. S. Chandler. : AFTERNOON SESSION. 2:00 Devotional. J. W. Caughronr Election of License Committee. The Woman's Missionary Society. Mrs. S. G. Shelley. Inventory of the District Touching the Benevolences, An Report of the License Committee. Report of the Committee on Admission. EVENING SESSION". 7:45 Song Service. D. L. Vance. -- ... cater especially to Commercial Travellers. t, 4 . &-,!- Electric Lights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms. C ''StfSUBBIKtKyi'mtt- AmJKfKtK iM8 tftA - ffil83fct3REttw? ir BK3BK&iwiM???JMrJ8 eBsSS 4H fB H vjH lE' t iffVii 'a,, ' iww "r- k! Jampbellsville, ' LOY Sc RATES S2.00 PER DAY. ii N eniuk. Sennon. 8:30 Devotional - - W.F. SATURDAY MORNING. LAY ACTIVITIES. J. HrEpley. Columbia Barber Shop i5 LOWE !, is 7TC .The Call of the Hour to Men. J. T. Goodman The Every Member Canvass. J. RMarrs. Solution of the Financial Problem. The Edward .Hill 11:00 Sermon-Sub- ject Infant Baptism. .''' - Hogard- .- '- ' - AFTERNOON SESSION. 2:00 Devotional. Reports of Committees. THE QUINCY MANSION, QUINCY. MASS., BUILT IN 1685. America's classic example of a clapboard building preserved for over two hundred years by careful and frequent painting". It has secret panels, chimney staircase and hiding places, said to have been used by smugglers. Later the home of great statesmen and of the famous belle, Dorothy Qulncy. Owen" L. He ef' Election of Delegates to the Annual Conference. The Selection of the Place for the Next District AlSanltary Shop, where both SatisfactloDjand Gratification are Guaranteed. ... J ' Give us a Trial and be Convinced. Conferences, - 7:45 Sermon EVENING SESSION. Song Service. J. Subject Evangelism. W.-Raybi- J U Piercey "" ' - Give Us Your Order for that Job Work. Up-to-da- te Work. SUNDAY. Our First Casualty American troops are ready to "How did you get hurt?" asked advance into Germany together the doctor of the AmeriSan soltation was Gov: Stanley's last with the British and French the dier in Frauce, as he slowly re- moment the envoys at Versailles covred conciousness. days' record. Jnlius Babey, of refuse to sign the peace pact. "well" was the reply ,sheep- iahly givenV the last thing I Louisville, wife murderer, Nitice. rememper was telling a British to death, will serve a W. B. Helm, dentist, of Greenbnrg, Tommy that the Americans hap will extract teeth with gas. ', ' ' com oyer here tl start the war.'1 .Dr. W. B. Helm, . K lift term. . Greeoehurf, Ky. In this connection it may be" Four pardons and one commuCon-dcm- nd 25-3- m ba noted that in a recent speech Prime Ministe'a Lloyd George reported thnt Great Britian alone had raiseb an army of 6.250,000 men. "If the United States of "If the United Statei of America," said he, were to call to the colors the same numbe-- i of mnin proptiin to her population, J woulb mean near 15,0000,000." 10:00 a. m., Love Feast 11:00. a.-- m.. Preaching andf Sacrament Supper.' , of the f Lords. 'x i - ' SiQ.SHELLEYPTEr: j 'k me WCW5, I.OU iiU 'Tv WJW-K<&FS!?- J .?' .'H - iK "S- - " - r i to formulate plans for the next Presidential campaign. Every State in the Union was representee!. Each member had a report from his State, and they were all enthusiastic over the prospects of the Democratic party remaining in power. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 bodv of Center College, Dan Adair Coarvty ffevJs ville. In that address he. took J?nl)Hsked On Wednesdays. an occasion to refer to Columbia. He said "Columbia is my old fx Gokm6ia, Keivtacky- home, and I venture the assertion that you can go over that MRS. DAISY HAMLETT, Manager. town now and you will find ev ery boy and girl who has reach Democratic newfpaperdeToted to the Intereit ed the age ot tourteen years The Democrats of Kentucky with a fairly good education, City of Columbia and th paopla of Adair tihe aad adjoining eonntlei. should bear in mind that the Re- and every boy who has reached publicans will make a desperate the age of seven a good swimas second effort tocarrythe State at the Entered at the Columba mer in the 'old long hole where Post-offi- Rugby. The Masons had a big jubilee here last Saturday. Lots of eats and they took in some new r .. . m Ak k. a. .am. 55f 9 9 9 Ur:Ht:lf-lr-:lj- l - Private Jeff Barnes and James Breeding have arrived home from France. We were sure glad to welcome them home again. A very large delegation from here attended the war lecture at Antioch, last Wednesday night, made by Privates John Rose, Alfred Baker and Monf red Lewis. Lewis, Rose and Baker were decorated for bravery. 1,800 of their detachment were killed or wounded, and there were only eight of them left sound and they held their line under shell fire for four hours. Hurrah for Johnnie Rose and Alfred Baker. Sanford Hurt made the highest average of any one in the county examination. Rollin Pat-- ; ton made second best. Both tess mail matter. C WED. JUNE, f7K w u t WHOLESALE AND '.columbiak i:;:M Alvin York, of the Three JJ idJf ., .gayaku 7afegt-- j RETAIL MILLERS ifiTThfMMBTiM ytfr Forks of Wolf." in Tennessee, is Subscription Price 1st and 2nd H. pecyer. credited with having killed twen All Zones beyond 2nd $2,00 per year FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFE ty-- sixIGermans and of capturing All Subscription due and Payable in Advance Emmet Burch, who shot and THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE pne nunarea ana twenty-nvkilled Raymond 0. Emery, who Since his return to the States he he charged ruined his daughter, 40 Years in the milljbusiness enables us to make the very BEST and has been signally honored. His Verda, who is only sixteen years PUREST. We don't use anything but the best of wheat in valor was? known before he left old, the killingjoccurring in the making our Flour. France. He is in Congressman Starks building, Louisville, . less Hull's district, and when he than a year ago, was acquitted We' Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our reached Washington "Mr. Hull by a jury in 52 minutes last Sunmet and conveyed him to the Prices Before Buying'Elsewhere. day. The jury occupied too Congress, Beating him halls of much time. The verdict should We give our special attention to exchange and in the gallery. 'He then an- live at'Breeding. have been written in 5 minutes. Advertising Rates. custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound nounced on the floor that York From France. Every RepresentaAppallinglconditions in coun- was present. wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. Obituaries are not news items. All tive in the hall arose and clapped news items are gladly received and tries of eastern Europe, Dear Mother: published free. on American Red Cross obli- their hands. His Tennessee ad5 cts, per line up to 20 Obituaries, are now raising him by I have arrived at last at lines. More than 20 lines 20cts per gations additional to those as mirers Columbia, France. We had a MYER-BARGE- R Inch single column. sumed during period of war, donation,$50,000 with which to Kentucky. long night, "believe me." I Display advertising 20 to 50 cents and continuation of activities in buy him a farm.' His name will per inch single col. thought it was about twelve Local readers: Eight point; type, connection with already outlined go down in history as one of the lOcts per line. Heavy 10 point black domestic programlof the America- greatest fighters the world ever hours. It was about 10 o'clock lace type, 14 cents per line. AH this mornCross, make necessary produced. He is a local preach- when we arrived. We handle the best! grades of all n-Red ing you could see snow cap moun- !!!!!!ni!!!!!!!n!n!H!!!!n!H!!!in!!!!nn!!!!!n!!!!n!nH!!nni!l!m kinds of stationary that; can be fur- an appeal to the people of Amer- er, and when drafted he asked 11! nished from the millsjat Jvery reason-Abl- e ica for furtherlf unds to carry on to be released because he did not tains, called Mc. . Blanc. The HI 11! prices. We guarantee all mail work for relief ofjihumanity. want to kill, but reading his Bi third highest Mt., in the world. !S! 11! orders. Write for samples and prices. ble, he concluded that it was his Also a beautiful lake near this m Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and Twe 11! w SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Judge John D. Carroll, of New duty to defend his country place. We are staying at hotels. 11! 81.50 per year in advance in Adair My, one is the Hermitage hotel. in will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze, Castle, Democratic candidate for against a heartless foe. 11! in County and 1st ant 2nd Postal Zones. Governor, was here last ThursAll the buildings are very beau- w copper, and all other kinds of metal. 11! S2.00 per year in advance beyond the Smith's Chapel. day, meeting hislold5 friends and have a room all to my- in tiful. I 11! 2nd Postal Zone. 11! acquaintance of new forming the self. A room to a visitor in & 11! Mr. Alvin Page, who wasxin peace times would cost five dol ones. It wasSIthe Judge's first ANNOUNCEMENT. 11! 11! visit to Columbia, and he made a the war service, arrived home lars a day. Our meals are free. We are prepared to do all kinds of machine work, no m Ill very favorable impression. He Wednesday. His parents and Does not cost us nothing. A 11! m matter how large or small. FOB STATE SENATOR. stated that there was no excite- friends gave him a hearty wel place where no revelie or retreat. m 11! ment in thelrace up to the pres- come he is looking fine. The Y. M. C. A. has taken 11! We are authorized to announce Mr. !!! ent, but that he was meeting daugh over a very large notei canea ill Jas. R. Garnett a Democratic candMr. WillT. Smith and Ill m idate for the StateJSenate in the Dis- with encouragement throughout ter, of Highland Park, Ky., are the Casino. We are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor 11! ill trict composed of the counties of the State. Atj'present the Judge visiting relatives and friends at A place where Harry Thaw 11! ill work and guarantee satisfaction on alii work. Adair, Barren andgMetcalfe. His is the Chief Justice of the Court this place. had his gambling house. It sure 111 11! candidacy is sub!ect to the action of of Appeals, and is a lawyer of Sunday-scho11! at this place is is magnificent. Something like m the voters at the Augustprimary. ability. He is a progressing nicely with good at the Seelbach hotel, but larger 11! & Machine Shop 11! jjj high gentleman and he spoke in tendance. by twice. There are about fifty FOR STATE SENATOR. 11! in Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile We are authorized to announce O. the most complimentary terms Miss Nona Smith, who has. Y. M. C. A. women here. Meals in 11! Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. Haskell Millar, of iMetcalfe county, a of his opponents. 11! been very sick is able to be up from them very cheap in the in Democratic candidate for the State Casino. You can take a Franc, in again. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 11! Senate, in the district made up of the The police force of Louisville (20c) and get enough. 11! in Mr. Penick Smith is in a very counties of Adair, Barren and Met- must be negligent of its duty. The trip I am taking would iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiii!!! calfe, subject to the! action of the Every morning two or three rob- low condition. "voters at the Augustlprimary. Mrs. E. J. Page is better at cost a visitor from the States beries and shootings are reportfive hundred dollars to see. All ed as having occurred the night this writing. I am out is a little chocolate, For Congress. So much rain at this time has before. Many of these outgum, and a few cakes, may be rages are I being perpetrated hindered farmers with their We are authorized to announce that if I care to buy them. has Judge C. A. Hardin, of Mercej county, right in the heart of the city. farming. Some tobacco Goodbye, From your son, is a candidate Jfor Congress, in the Louisville is a great city and the been set out in this section. Chester Scalf. Eighth district, subject to the action people who live out in the State GlensforK. of the Democratic party. are proud of its growing populaApril 29, 1919. The Democratic candidates for tion, but at the same time they Brice Walker and Joe Willis, Governor are conducting their can not see why a stop is not who have been in France, for Dear Mother: --Four days have passed of real canvasses principally from their put to all the devilment that is some time, are at home now. respective headquarters. Judge going on there nightly. If she glad, to have the boys Jife and comfort in has not men sufficient to police We are Most of my time is spent Carroll is the only candidate again. the city, increase the force. back with us who has visited Adair county. in the Y, M. C. A., reading the Ed Wooldridge, of Columbia, a The war is over and everybody daily events. It is a very large The question "Will the Ger- is clamoring for. safe living, and discharged soldier who has just Y., can hold four or five thousand man's sign?" reminds as the vhen country people visit the returned from a fourteen months men at a time at the canteen, groundhog story. A man was metropolis they want to know stay in France and Germany, was where eats and lunches are servFor Sale by Albin Murray. digging for one, and a friend that they will be protected while visiting his cousin, Rollin Webb ed. There are fifty Y. girls and wife, last week. came along, stopped, and asked: walking the streets. ,1 who serve you, so you see how j "Do you think you will get him?" Miss Ella Samuels who has been large it is. There are more than cards of some of the places here? ert? If Swain is there how is he, and what is he doing? I "Of course I will get him; I am Judge Cv A. Hardin will have visiting in Gulf port, Miss., for forty thousand men on leave Before I leave I will send you gues3.he is telling you all about out of meat' no opposition by a Democrat in his several months, returnee! home a here at one' time. You caabuy some of the noted art of France. few weeks ago, accompanied by all you want to eat for one meal Every morning one of the Y. M. the war. I am sure he can tell One paper stated, last week, race for Congress. It was generher uncle, Elbert Webb arid fam- such as coffee or hot chocolate, C. A., men calls out, "Every one you about it too, especially Ar- in substance, that Black ought ally conceded throughout the gonne Forest. ily. two slices of bread and butter, who wants to take a trip to Mt sot to be nominated because his Eighth district that he was the Will close with much love. Clarence Marshall and wife, one slice of bread with" 5am, cake Revard, a noted Mt., or a trip kin people were all Republicans. logical candidate. The Demo From your son, at Lynchp Ky., and one orange. I sleep every up the lak"e will start at ten this rt who have been good reason why he should be crats of Adair county will A Chester Scat! morning until 9 o'clock and the mprning. I have not taken any him to a man. He is ka son for some tirrie,Jiave returned. They will all supnominated. The Senate of that State re- of the late Judge Charles A. C. A. Walker made a trip to first morning I arrived I slept un- one of those "trips for I am port him at the November cently passed the bill .for Hardin, who was. born and rear- Louisville, last week, to visit his til ten. When I return, which here. I came for the The giving away of krtoxicating: ed in Columbia. Away back grandson, Brice Walker, who will be in two or three days, I rest, mostly anyway liquior is defined m: tiat which. The Democratic National Com- years ago his father delivered was in Camp Taylor, having will not know how to get tip at you, dear mother? contains oai hetf-t- f How ire o'clock. Did you receive my Ate you well? Also how is Rob- - 6at of akofat; met in Chicago last week an address before the student been oversea. mittee 'W. ,, f n . e. 4, November "election, and they should commence now and urge 1919. every Democrat to be at the polls on the day of the general election. The stay at home vote PostallZone. might loselthelelection. th? water at places is ten feet deep. If iilitf Jfiitt If FiLGXJR, ..ail's: I I MYERS-BARGE- R " IF:'- - COMPANY 9 9 9 9 priYERSrBARGEK! m Aix-Les-Bain- es, i i i I We Solid Your Pa ronage. CO., QxyAcetyIene Welding All Grades of Machine Work Auto and Tractor Repairing ol well-know- n Kearns Burkholder Aix-Les-Bai- ; aup-po- con-tente- d, Hm - V .. ,s r ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT, 1918 D' SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT. 1918. SCHOOL FUND. DEBITS. LOSSES CEASED Markets. Louisville, Apr. 28. Cattle Prime export steers 816.0016.50; heavy ship Sanders, Sheriff of Adair County, Ky , GAINS NOW of the collection and disbursements of To ad valorem tax on 52,865,382 outing 15.16; light Sll 13.50; heifers $9 the General Fund, the School Fund, side of Graded School Dis13.75;fatcows $9.7513.00;medium $7.00 the Road Fund. ' 4,298 07 trict, " 9.76; cutters $6.7.00; canners 855.25 Mrs. Thompson Says Weight GENERAL FUND. tax on $20,537 To bulls 87.11.; feeders $90013 00;stock DEBITS. Really Increasing Since Us30 SO additional list tax on To 30c ers 87.50 to $11. 2o choice, milch cows $10 551 32 To 3,315 polls outside of Graded $3,517,107 ing Trutona. 8100125; medium $75100; common 7 tax on To 30c 1 657 50 School District at 50c ' 61 85575. 61 additional list 53 additional polls at 50c 26 50 5 382 00 To 81.50 To 3588 polls at Calves Receipts 106 head.. Prices Louisville, Ky., June 2. "I didn't To 6 per cent, penalty on To 55 polls at $1.50 addition50c lower. Best veals $11.5012 00 know what a 'well day' was for years 82 50 3450 20 uncollected Dec 1, al list until Trutona brought me the relief medium 6.5010.00; common 5VS6.50 To 6 per cent, penalty on 1918 27 01 from my troubles that I had been Hogs Receipts 4,017 head. Prices uncollected Dec. 1, 86 039 88 searching for so long" Mrs. Fred steady. Best 75 30 1918, hogs 165 lbs and Thompson, 829 Third avenue, wife of up 20.50 120 to 165 lbs 819.25 120 lbs CREDITS 316 152 73 the superintendent of the Superior down $17.25 throwouts $18.50 down. By tax en 5,629 CREDITS. 7 44 Welding Co., here, said recently. $ released Sheep and Lambs-Receip- ts, 258 head By Treasurer's receipt Sept. v 5 50 "I suffered from stomach and in- no changes were noted in prices; best 578 07 By 11 polls released at 50c 14, 1918, By Treasurer's receipt Oct. By receipt from Couuty Supt. testinal indigestion" and nervousness sheep 813. 14.00,bucks 811 down; best 731 93 7, 1918. Sept. 14, 1918 195 78 for years," she continued. "I tried lanbs 81618; seconds ?12.14 Culls . By Treasurer's receipt Nov. every kind of treatment in a vain ef- 81012. By receipt from County Supt. 508 31 13. 1918, 1 524 26 fort to find relief. Recently I had Oct. 4, 1918 By Treasurer's receipt Dec. Butter Country 30(a3oc lb. 485 82 By receipt from County Supt. been losing weight steadily. 9, 1918, Eggs Fresh, case count candled By Treasurer's receipt Jan. Nov. 13, 1918 960 72 "Trutona, I'm happy to say, has 7c to 38c 811 14 By 20. 1919, receipt from County Supt. put me in good condition. I have imBy 10 per cent. Commission Dec. 10, 1918 2 316 84 proved in every way. My digestion is 500 00 for collecting 35,000 Teething babies always have a hard By receipt from County Supt. By 4 der cent, commission for restored and the nervousness has dis- time of it when this process occurs in 267 15 appeared. I'm gaining weight right Jan. 20, 1919 collecting ballance onGen-era- l hot weather. They not only have to 446 11 Fund along now. I attribute this change contend with painful gums but the $5 277 69 By 4 per cent commission for to Trutona and I consider it a splendid stomach is disordered, bowels loose 241 60 collectinglSchool Tax RECAPITTLATION. medicine." By 30c tax on and the body uncomfortable. The Total debits $6 039 88 18 75 $6,253 released There is no season of the year when best help you can give the little suffer5 277 '69 By 12 polls at 18 00 Total credits released Trutona may be taken to better ad- er is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It By amount paid Commissionv 762 19 vantage than in the spring. Hun- corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets Balance due 30 00 er for making settlement The Commissioner nnds that said dreds of peopleare now finding a won- the bowels and helps digestion. Sold 15 379 73 Sheriff owes the School Fund 8762.19 derful reconstructive agency in Tru- byTaull Drug Co. Adv REC APITUL ATI ON. subject, however, to the delinquent tona. 316 152 73 taxes and releases allowed by the Total debits house on First For Sale: Trutona is now being introduced 15 379 73 County Court. Total credits and explained in Columbia at Paull North Street, five minutes walk from 773 00 All of whieh is most respectfully re- Drug Co. Balance due Post Office and Church. Good well, Adv. The Commissioner finds that said ported. stable, plenty of shade trees. Price Sheriff owes the General Fund $773.00 T. R STULTS, Commissioner, A stray male hog at my place. reasonable. Apply to G. W. Hansubject, however, to the delinqnent Adair Fiscal Court. cock, at Herald office, Campbellsville, Weight, 70 pounds, color black. taxes and releases allowed by the FisMarch 24, 1919. 31-31-for price and terms. Jas. Cabbell, Joppa, Ky. cal Court. All of which is most respectfully reported. A regular morning operation of the T. R. STULTS, Commissioner bowels puts you in fine shape for the Adair Fiscal Court. day's work. If you miss it you feel March 24, 1919. uncomfortable and cannot put vim inSHERFF'S SETTLEMENT, 1918 to your movements. For all bowel irregularities HERBINE Is the remedy. ROAD FUND. It purifiies, strengthens and regulates DEBITS. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv. tax on To 20c A statement of the account of Cortez J3XKn 38C3eE3SS2?e33f? AUTOMOBILE LINE 1 Columbia and GamoDellsvillG MtlC,a Car SEEN DA lLu Y ovi-.an.- n V-S- Round Trip, $2.75 $2M0 R(Mnd $3J.Q Special Attention to Traveling Men m 820,-53- On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Coit of loll,, and nmir inrriae wipwiKj ... are n nc corepeiiea to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: x ....u 1 ( Your Support So!i-ite- d. $1,-254.- 93 Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. m. PHONES: J S0'"3 Lampbellsville, W.'E. NOE. XX3&3Q8GXXXX3e3QOSr Colam6ia flokqr FreiKt Co.,, We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between' Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Post Office. All Country Freight delivered from new depots Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons,-W- e solicit your business. Columbia Young COJ-77um- iH, JVIotor; & m Jones, Proprietors, freight Co.,. m"f r ?, H v t$ 51-5- 0 KENTUCKY. J'E W E L R Y . I am carefulln selecting my Stock of JEWALRY, because ITcnow iJir people want the best. I have just received a new line of the Latest' Styles in all Kinds of Jewelry, Consisting of Ladies Gold Bracelet Watches, Lavallieres, Vanity Card Cases in Plain or Engraved Silven. The Latest Styles in Men's Belts, and Silver Belt Buckles. 1 2t tf have also received a New Line of Ladies Bags. Vanity and Inspect Envelope-Leath- er Before Buying Do Ntrt Fail Jo Them. BICE I L. E YOUNG, Jeweler, ---Columbia, Kentucky. m $3,517,107 S7 034 21 m To 20c $20,537 tax on additional list 41 07 Notice of Eleciion. res ss5 To per cent, penalty .on 8185.00 uncollected Dec. 1, 6 mmm !j111P v s? The A Louisville Trust Cff -' In complyance with a 11 10 proclama- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MUIlor Dollars: cts as Executor. Administrator, Guardian. Agent Cpmmitteeland Trustee, and can qcalias such in any County in thelState. Pays 3 per ceirt rer Annum cm Time Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GR VY. 1918, $7 086 38 CREDITS. $ By 20c on $6,353 released By Taeasurer's receipt Sept. 14, 1918, 12 50 278 38 1 By. Treasurer's receipt Oct. 7, 1918, 802 08 By Treasurer'sreceipt Nov. 13, 1918, 1 117 21 ' By Treasurer's 9, 1918, receipt Dec. 16 213 20 By Treasurer's receipt Jan 20, 1919, tion, issued by the Governor of Kentucky, on the 12th, day of May, 1919. Ordering that an Election for Representative in Congress for the Eighth, Congressional District of Kentucky, composed of the Counties of Adair, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Anderson, Jessemine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Shelby and Spencer, be held in each voting precinct in the Counties aforesaid on Saturday August the 2nd, 1919. fafeon frreqon wmmKmm Treas. A. G. STITH. Ser- - iMmm LIBERTY BONDS EartSi Safest Investment nations. On By 4 per cenU Commission for collecting An election will be held in Adair 283 45 County on the above mentioned date $6 841 98 in the various voting precincts of said RECAPITULATION. County, for the purpose as above $7 086 38 6 841 98 244 40 We buy and xell all issuas In large or small denomi. Telephone your orders at our expense. James C. Willson & Co SECURITIES INVESTMENT Total debits &c, Total credits stated. 30-2- t. Cortez Sanders, Sherritf of Adair County Ky. At 210 S. Fifth St. LOUISVILLE, KY, Balance due The Commissioner finds that said Sheriff oes the Road Fund $244 40 Fob Sale: Pure bred Duroc pigs subject, however, to the releases arid sows. One good Jersey cow. by the County Court. 0-3t J. A. Williams. All of which is most respectfully reported. I have just received another car T. R. STULTS, Commissioner, load of oats. Adair Fiscal Court. 2S-; J. B. Barbee. March 24, 1919. llowed -3- tf r- - rnH&S??'f , v f . ?-& jSSEF'. 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IS 23L inMr lir'r c rkAA irm r hJtHiHW 8awg3BPVurJi!4 Kpn&M iSr, One cup of this rich, V 2 clear coffee &&mti rlicSr4i B(Vl( & J jAVv ., will, certainly fsmmmm&ssMHc a you. i wmmimr-- . m r 's . rFtS&K "CITDOPMC aroma-lade- n 5 A -- Did , he "wmj . v , CT OneBroF f unft Beurksn Poultry Remedy Xi-rt- 3 A few dropa In the drinkinc water enres A T3CC5 JL4W9 and prevents wnlto diarrhoea, cholera and other eblck diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 gallons of medicine. Pint bottle, price $1.20. makes S3 gallons. At druggists, or sent by mail postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. VETERINARY DRJ, W.,RAEEERTY. ' ilBHBHRfiSx k- fa f,idtti' fHi- niBi.- m i nmrTHTr 1 n . -.V .. A- -i - M jj( vi. U,XiUA4i:iitx aeugni 1T" .i Read the answer in the thrill-- ) ing romance about to appear, in this newspaper. You vnQj (furelj enjoy every installmenlJ , .RC AOTT"1 "XCL.USIVELY BY ,& - County Live Stock Inspector'' Pellyton, Kentucky Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store come tax payments. m June 10th is the limit for in- Jf. wi. "frV s J. ?nsrr:ie binw Louisville, Ky. Tfie Germans insits on peace At Buffalo, N. Y. $125,000 puid 1or Hofctein bolL based on Wilson's terms. , If t s Jl -- fC ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Farm Wirk Open for Soldiers, Y. W. 0, A. UNIFORMS TO CLOTHESTUDENTS According to specialists of the United States Department of AgWorn by War Workers Will riculture identified with placing Suits Be Given to Penniless Studischarged soldiers in agriculturdents in Switzerland. Georgia, Michigan, al work, Official uniforms of the Young Wo Montana, Iowa, Idaho, Virginia, men's Christian Association minus Kansas and Missouri all are in the Blue Triangle, the Association In- isovE and mm IN- t THE CULL OF OUT! INS i The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 Ply $3.10 I 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID if L' because of lack of funds, inability to their native country, a desire to finish their university courses or because they have no family to which to return, will remain there next year. Elizabeth M. Clark, who has been In Switzerland for ten years under the World Student Christian Federation, has appealed to the National Student Committee of the Y. W. C. A. for cloth-- . Camp Upton little information lng for the 300 foreign women students in Switzerland. The scarcity of these almost was available on farming oppor- clothing last year among necessary for refugee students, made it tunities in the New England two girls to share one coat so that only one could go to classes or go out States. However, through the of doors at a time. Four large packing cases of all activities of the State and Fed- kinds of used clothing, save hats, good condition, have been eral Departments of Agriculture wbich is in collected hastily from women college and the county agents complete students In the New England States, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware by the Stuinformation is now available. dent Committee of the National Y. W. The county agents not only se- C. A. to be sent over in response to Miss Clark's appeal. This clothing will cure information about farm-labo- r be dyed, cleaned and made over in Switzerland. situations but they also asIn addition to the clothing collected from students in colleges nearest New sist soldiers in getting started York a case of uniforms, which have Y. W. C. turned right in new communities. If been who did in bywork, and A. secretathe official war ries gray uniform ulsters is being sent As there is any question about the uniforms are being turned in by war job being still open, the author-Stie- s workers they will be claimed by the Student Committee, which will remove will either telegraph or tel- the insignia and prepare the uniforms so that they may be worn by these ephone for the applicant and ob- women who have been forced by world events to remain in Switzerland for tain definite several years. who, re-ent- er need of skilled farm labor. Conditions at the army camps where the men are discharged show a surplus of opportunities for profitable work and a deficit of laborers. In a word, there are more farm jobs at present than there are men to fill them. At signia, will be worn next winter by women students who have been stranded in Switzerland during the war and CITATION OF SOLDIERS AN CENTIVE TO CIVILIANS TO GO THE LIMIT. Ply $2.50 '.' Wagons, Harness,4 Bridle? and Breeching. WHAT BOYS Read These Records SACRIFICED f Fertilizer: of Heroes and Then Consider the Little You Have Done. GRASS SEEDS Best Grade at From Sl.SO to - $2.25. information. At this, writing QUEEN MARIE INVITES farm work is available for all RUMANIA Y. W. C.A-T- O discharged soldiers experienced Extends Invitation to Overseas Workin country life. ers In Paris. Soldiers Take Notice. Paris, April 21. Queen Marie of Rumania, following a conference with a representative committee of the American Y. TV. C. A., held at the RItz Hotel, Paris, has invited the American Young Women's Christian Association to come to Rumania and open work under her patronage. Among thg.representalyes of the Y. W. C. A. present at the conference were: Miss Harriett Baylor, head of the American Y. W. C. A. work overseas ; Miss Mary Anderson of Hudson, Wis.; Miss Mary DIngman, head of the Y. W. 0. A. industrial work In France; Mrs. Margaret B. Fowler of Pasadena, Cal., and Miss Charlotte NIven, head of the Y. W. 0. A. work in Italy. A notable guest at the meeting was Madame Gatarjl, wife of the secretary of the Rumanian legation in Paris. I Certificates, with which the Vic tory button, the regulation m- signia of the veterans of the world war, may be obtained by soldiers mustered out of the service previous to the issue of the button have arrived at the headquarters of Camp Taylor from Washington. The War Department recently ordered a lapel button for wear on civilian clothes to be issued to all officers, enlisted men, except members of the Students, Army Train- - Corps, field clerks and members of the Army Nurse Corps, who served honorably in the United States army for a period of at least fifteen days during the emergency between April 6, 1917 and November 11, 1918. Tne button which will serve as a recognition of honorable service rendered the nation during the crisis is similar in design to that awarded the G. A. R. veterans at the close of the Civil war. Hie button will be silver for those wounded in action, according to the War Department circular, and bronze for all others. For the present the Victory button will be issued at the time of discharge to those entitled to the distinction, and upon application to those already released for the service. Later, the button will be issued to all persons remaining in the army who are 'Entitled to the decoration. Those soldiers who were discharged prior to the war Department order may obtain a button by communcating with he supply Officer of the nearest military post, camp or the station, including recruting offices of the army. .All discharged soldiers of this "vicinity should mail their application toMaj J. S. Conger, Camp Supply Office of Camp Zachary Picture this scene for yourself: the hot day In July, tho heat waves dancing over the wheat fields, where the delayed harvest had turned the stand-luwheat dry, brown and dead: "After his platoon had gained Its objective along a railroad embankment, Private Dilboy, accompanying his platoon leader to reconnoitter the ground beyond, was suddenly fired upon by an enemy machine gun from one hundred yards. From a standing position on the railroad track fully exposed to view, he opened fire at once, but failing to silence the 'gun, rushed forward with his bayonet fixed, through a wheat field to the gun emplacement, falling within 25 yards of the gun with his right leg nearly severed above the knee, and with several bullets In his body, with undaunted courage, he continued to fire into the emplacement from a prone posi tion, killing two or the enemy and dispersing the rest of the crew." So reads the brief citation of an American private, who died in the wheat field to the east of Belleau Wood, July 18, 1918. "For conspicuous gallantry and above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy," runs the citation. "Above and beyond the call of duty." How many times that sentence has appeared In the records of the American fighting man in France. Private Dilboy charged through a slashing fire of machine gun bullets, ripped and torn with steel slugs, bayonet fixed. He was shot well nigh to bits when he stopped, but he still had it in him to kill two Germans. And he fell face to the Hun machine gun. Something "Above and beyond the call of duty" carried that American pri- vate soldier straight to death. g Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH. MEAT, STAPLE -3-nn- and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. h- Furniture, Carpets, and Druggets. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Kockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room , Suits. ; - . Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled Withthe Best Groceries .FreshMeats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. ALLACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OF EACH MONTH. BLUE BIRD HHHEZrSJS '" in iridic h'1 FloTo jffa3g'L rXTC. mn.tn ..- t PLAYS ri-- "- Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night Y. W. C. A. WORKER IS DECORATED. Miss Marlon Porter of New York City was decorated the other day in the name of the Chaplain GeneraJ of the American army with the Church War Cross. Her citation was for her moral His Life For a Friend's. Here is another brief citation of a Californlan who died as a man and American should: "Above and beyond the caU of duty," and there were scores of them, like Corporal Roberts drowned in the shell hole of Montrebeau Woods, October 4, 1918. Willie Sandlln of Hayden, Ky., won his citation on Sept. 26, in Bols de Forges. Says the report: "Sergeant Sandlln showed conspicuous gallantry in action at Bois de Forges by advancing alone directly on a machine gun nest which was holding up the line witn its fire. He killed the crew with a grenade and enabled the line to advance. Later in the day Sergeant Sandlln attacked alone and put out of action two other machine gun nests, setting a splendid example of bravery and coolness to his men." "Above and beyond the call of duty." That was the manner in which Ameri cans fought and died" over in France. What have you done? Men From Mid-Wes- NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIRJand ADJOINING OUNTIES s$mwmw4MS BETTERfBE SAFE THAN SORRY IM J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. t. There was a first lieutenant from and spiritual contribution to the war. For more than a year Miss Porter has been at a hospital center In Vlttel, France, as a representative of the Y. W. C. A. In charge of a nurses club there. ; the little city of Salina, Kan. Lieut. George 29-3- 'A new department of finance has been organized by the Y. W. C. A. for its work in France. Miss Constance Clark of Pasadena, Cal., is the executive. Miss Clark before her recent coming to France was director of the big Y. W. C. A. Hostess House at Camp Lewis, Washington. All contracts, leases and rentals for new, buildings will be handled by Miss E31th Austin of New York City, an cxpeiienced' architect and1 builder, who will work through this newly created section. Plans for remodeling and decorating rooms, clubs and hostess houses taken over by the Y. W. C. A, will be in the hands of Miss Mary Buchanan, an interior decorator, who comes originally from Scotland, but who has been working in France for the American Y. TV. C. A. since the beginning of its war work there. In addition, the department is compiling, lists, suggestions and general shopping guides for all the buying of the Association in France, including all kinds of building equipment from cretonne curtains to plumbing supplies. A cafeteria expert will have a place in the department ioact as general advisor on restaurant and cafeteria projects of the Association throughout France. In short, the department is to be "Taylor: more than finance alone. It is to be a THe requeit will be accom-ptnie- d kind of geaeral advisory Jeprtmat by the discharge piper of and clearing' tioase Xqt all other de-- .' tfee applicant or a true copy sworn partments ULthe Freach aeeociatieabe a department where dollars witt a to before a civil or military, offi- - Ktasved up aalat a detignated ,with this right. Robb was in action near Sechault, France, September last yea. He was severely wounded by machine gun fire, but had to be ordered back from his platoon to th dressing station before he would go. He was back within 45 minutes,- on duty all night, establishing outposts, Inspecting his lines. At daybreak ho was again wounded. Later In the day a bursting shell added two more wounds to those he had suffered. This shell killed his commanding officer and the other two lieutenants of his company, so Lieut. Robb stayed on the job. He was the sort of an American who felt something "Above and beyond the call of duty."' Many of them died as Capt. Alexander R. Skinker of St Louis died, on September 26, 1918. He fell at the little hamlet of Cheppy, France, a place that will be remembered so long, ag memory lasts by the men of Missouri and Kansas who fought with the 35th division. Says the report: "Unwilling to sacrifice his men when his company was held up by terrific machine gun fire from iron pill boxeB in the Hindenburg line, Capt. Skinker personally led an automatic rifleman and a carrier in an attack on the machine guns. The carrier was killed instantly, but Capt Skinker seized the ammunition and continued through an opening in the barbed wire, feeding the gun till he was killed too." So run the terse, short, plain tales of the men of America who have been cited for the sort of heroism that7 is deathless. "Above and beyond the call of duty." They" were not content to he Just soldiers. They had In them something more 'tSaa doing their duty. It was to be "Above and beyond the call of duty," as every man of them given mat glorious citation wnica fccjded "For ogieiKa gallantry fatrefMrtjr." Will yoti do yewr share lithe Thrtety-Loam- ? - HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Coa lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow ( It is better to have it and not need it Than to need it and not have it. G. R. REED, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE, t Columbia, --- -. Keutucky. de and Inlay work a Specialty., All Mb&4M4l&&&s& UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands a fall itock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Soxes and two hearses. "We Work Guaranteed Office: next door to post office. i NOTICE I keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. Office Phone, 168. Residence Phone, 29. have some second hand Sewing as good as J. F. TRIPLETT, Coturabia,Ky iCi Ma-chine- es, new, that I will sell cheap; Call and look A Field of EM. I ,HEl& Because He Sowed THB SWR ROWING KHW Satisfaction' them over. L. G. McCLISTER, Columbia, Ky. Tbey produce better crops. Yonr first sowtaff will convince you. Ask your dealer. LOUISVELLE SEED CO., Inaorparated Bxetuslvvty Wo)l LCUSUVII-U- E, XY. 1 ad Farms For Sale. People of Yukon country are Be. reads, excellent scheefc, prke $50 $150 per acre. geriinihg to climb aboard the Mr. Farwer: CMK,tQ Clark Ceeaty Iriiaia, jast water-wago- n WRfteNcCtl(ii and have launched acrtss the Ohfe river fran Lwcvilk 446 Sarig Street a campaign before th legislature ana bay ytw farm. to have aHdry territory after LincstMe, Mte grats, trciari grass y 3 ana tabacca ff, Gatf arfcete; $jh4 July 14. 31-1- tt ? r- - -- ' ts J- ADAIR COUNTY XEW3 Certainteed Zc HOSTESS HOUSE KENTUCKY VETERANS BEGIN ORGANIZING FAMILY REUNION How It Happened Only A. E. F. Mother Who to Entertain American Legion Plans To Take In Nearly 100,000 Former Visit- ed Army of Occupation. BIG CORPORAL DUTIFUL SON: ,MiitfttffltfSBnllffiB Soldiers And Sailors j& CS7 OCX J ft PARTISAN POLITICS BARRED; RANK NOT AN ISSUE '4o 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 tear transportation, because it is so Knightly Courtiers Ever Acted With More Gallantry to Lady Fair Than Hardinsburg, Ky., May .(Special). One hundred thousand Kentucklans, Did He and His Doughboy soldiers, sailors and marines, who wore Pals to This Little White the uniform in the great war, at home Haired Woman Dressand abroad, are forming throughout ed Exquisitely In the State what will be units of The Black. American Legion,, the great associav Over-6eas- .) By GRACE GOULDER. (With the American Y. W. C. A. compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certaln-tee- d OVrr, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof Ha. -- Jam :-- ; jfen Coblenz, Germany, March 28 (By Mail.) It happened right here In Coblenz. A big corporal came Into the Y. W. C. A. Hostess House and aSked for the director, Miss Ruth Woodsmall, who comes from Colorado Springs, Colo. "Could my mother stay here?" he began at once, trying his best to cover his excitement "Tour mother 1" gasped Miss Wood-smal- l. "How did your mother ever get here?" "Well, she Isn't here yet, but If she comes will you keep her?" "Of course I will, She didn't finish, for the boy had .smashed his cap back on his head and was out of the door on a run. for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc years, according to or Guaranteed thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. 5. 10 15 Certain-tee- d but" Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Office &Wareboue in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods S. M. SANDERS & CO. J CAMPBELLSYILLE, KENTUCKY. t chain ' JB ItfBffaf The corporal's visit remained a mystery for two days. Then one evenlfig Just at dusk a little white haired woman dressed exquisitely in black appeared In the sitting room of the Hostess House, and the corporal was hovering behind her, trying to be beside her and back of her and In front of her all at once. He was carrying her coat a big fur one. With them were three doughboys, pals of the corporal. They tried to keep in the background, but their eyes were glued on her face. , Everyone In the sitting room sat at attention. There are no English speaking men or women out of uniform In the Third Army area. Yet here was a woman in civilian clothes. Mothers are unheard of with the army. But this was a mother, everyone knew. After awhile someone found out about this mother. Had Been Interned During War. She and her husband, who were born In Germany, but had been naturalized, lived In San Francisco. Before the war they left for Welsbaden, Germany, that their invalid daughter might have treatment at this famous health resort. They brought their other children with them. One was Walter, a small boy, and the other was Ralph, now Corporal Stepp of the American Army. When the war was declared they sent Ralph back to America, because he was of military age, and they did not want him to fight for the kaiser. Then America entered the war. Mrs. Stepp Mrs. Anna Stepp she Is told this part of the story : "Until a month ago I hadn't heard from Ralph for two years and a half even before America got in the war mall was held up. I didn't know whether he was in the army or not but I was sure he was, because well, Here because he is an American." she stopped a minute to smile up at him. tion of veterans started early this month at a national caucus in St. Louis, at which all existing projects for such an organization were amalgamated and at which a program was laid down to enable every precinct, county, town, city and State to begin organizing. Until the St. Louis meeting, projects in various parts "8f our State and nation were held in abeyance because of the lack of a definite national movement, though in all quarters there existed a strong sentiment for an early association through which could be perpetuated the ideals for which the war was fought, through which the returned soldier and sailor could become more of a factor in Government and through winch all things that stand for right, progress, and undiluted Americanism could be upheld. Now, with a definite and amalgamated national organization, Kentucky veterans are going ahead. Appointment of an Executive Committee for Kentucky and a call for a meeting of that body at The Seelbach, in Louisville, Saturday, May 31st, is announced by Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, of this county, who was elected temporary State Commander by the Kentucky delegation in St. Louis. D. A. Sachs, Adjutant, has been directed by the National Executive Committee to proceed with the incorporation of the Legion in Kentucky. These articles of incorporation and the date upon which organization meetings will be held simultaneously in every county in Kentucky will be considered by the Executive Committeemen at this meeting, as well as other important matters. Under authority given him in St. Louis, Judge Moorman has appointed an executive committee as follows: Roger D. Williams, Lexington, State-at-large; pected that these sentiments will bj crystallized. Kentucky gave the livei of 2.G6S of her son& to the.- - cause. Preservation of the memories of thesa heroes and their deeds is an aim of tha Legion. But there will be practical help to the returning soldiers in tha organization, according to plans outlined by the temporary organization, which, as it composes the delegates-whwent to St. Louis, is the present-nucleuof the movement in Kentucky; Bureaus will be established for the purpose of obtaining employment foe returned soldiers, and for obtaining information on war risk Insurance, bonuses, compensation for disability and other subjects in which he or his family had a vital interest. New worka of this nature will be taken up as the policies of the Legion are defined. The American Legion had its Inception In Paris last year when a group of reserve and National Guard officers of field rank, gathered in Paris on an official mission, took advantage of the opportunity to suggest a permanent association of veterans. These quickly saw the necessity of making' the 'i. .'ion a medium for not only the overman officer, but for the enlisted man and for those officers and enlisted men who were denied the privilege of "gi ting over" as well. In the same mai nor, the Navy and Marine Corps were taken in. The Paris en ference suggested that a representathe meeting be held in St.. Louis May 8, i and 10 in order to' sound the senti'nent of those now on home soil. At this caucus, which took place under condition, no permanent organization was formed, although forty-evestates were it being decided to withhold decisive action until the great convention which will be held November 11 in Minneapolis, which will be more truly representative and which will enable many of those now on the other side to participate. It is planned for the veterans of every county to have a part in the naming of delegates to this convention in November. The rebuke given Chicago at the St. Louis meeting, when the delegates refused to hold the November convention in that city because of.its allegedly Mayor, is well known, but is regarded of vast significance as to the part to be taken by the Legion in the nation's affairs. It is well set tied and undersrood that the Legion will not be used as a partisan organization, or tolerate any selfish or improper motives, but will strive to accomplish the noble purposes enumerated in the preamble of its constitution, and will be a real medium of service to its members, to the stat and nation and those who follow. o ings tneae meetings are neid, it is m&- esq ""e s pio-nee- rd us n fully-represente- M. State-at-larg- e second district; Dr. John Young, Glasgow, third district; S. H. Jones, Hazel MacKaye Advises Using Buildings as Centers for Drama, ComEllzabethtown, Ky., fourth district; O'Neal, Louisville, fifth dismunity Sings and EnterEmmet trict; William Cromwell, Frankfort, tainments. Sixth district; George R. Smith, Lexington, seventh district; John Muir, Why not turn the corner saloon Intoj Danville, eighth district ; Walter Mob-pa community playhouse when the Olive Hill, ninth district; Sewell the closing of these gathering Combs, nazard, tenth district; Vernon places, asks Miss Hazel MacKaye, diy, law-effect- first district; L. Sosnin, Louisville, ; V. G. Fraser, Wickliffe, M. K. Gordon, Madison-vill- e, PROHIBITION TO BRING COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE s Here's the way we look at it Just for a minute, look at the tire proposition from otje standpoint. We are in the tire business here, to stay. We can remain in business only so long as we please our customers. Consequently, it pays us to handle good tires States Tires. United They're the tires we sell. They're the tires you should use. We have them to meet every need of price or use iBIll y United States Tires arc Good Tires Sold By COLUMBIA, KEFTUGKY.' "After awhile we heard from some friends that he was In the army and that he had come oer here. That was all I ever knew. It's nearly five years since I have seen him "Of course It was awfully hard I couldn't get word to him and he couldn't to me. My husband used to tell me it1 wouldn't help Ralph any for me to cry. I tried noT to before the rest of them anyway. My daughter got worse steadily she Is no better. We couldn't get the proper food for her after awhile. And she hated to see me worried about Ralph, so I ticed to try to keep up before them. "Last January iny husband came to Coblenz about his citizen papers. An American soldier in Ralph's company who was In the office heard hla name and asked him if he was any relation to Ralph. He didn't tell hlnvRalph was In Coblenz, but went after Ralph. He didn't tell Ralph was here. When, they met they couldn't believe thel&eyes. . "Ever since then I have been frying to see Ralph. He couldn't corife to Welsbaden because It was out of the American area, and I couldn't get tlirough' until today more tban.two months." They asked her If herRalph had changed much In all that time. "Oh, yes very much. But do you know, I think It is because all that long time when I dldnTknow where he was or how he was I got In the habit of thinking of him as he was when lie was a bahjr I kept seeing him as a baby and remembering the way he felt wtyen he was Httle. Isn't that queer? And now look at him !" And the corporal tried not to see the adoration In her eyes. "Five- years is a long time to wait to see your boy," she murmured, and k kept her eyes orf him. 'Again she had lorxotten the people nronnd her. The corporal cleared his throat. 1 his-father Faulkner, Barbourville, eleventh district; George Ewald, of Louisville, is the State Finance Officer. The Kentucky Delegation, at St. chairmen for Louis recommended some of the districts and authorized the State Commander to appoint a for chairman and two each Congressional District. Immediately after the Executive Committee meets, these appointments will be announced. The district chairmen will then promptly designate a person in each county to officially organize a post at the county seat, and to aid and assist elsewhere, but each post shall elect its own officers and manage its affairs without outside interference. TJhe tentative organizations now being formed will receive charters later through the State organization. The absence of charters, however, Commander Moorman explains, does not Inter the immediate formation of posts in precincts, counties, towns or cities. Under the constitution adopted by the national caucus, any fifteen or more eligible veterans can associate themselves together in the formation of a post In the Fifth district, embracing vice-chairme- n Louisville, theorganizations of such W. E. NOE and G. M. STEVENSON, SERN0N HOLT,' S' .154 - V- - ;JJSJOWKENTUkV., branches has been undertaken by Chairman McMeekin along the lines of military organizations, in which Louisville men were largely represented, sucli as the 33Gth National Army Regiment, the former First Kentucky National Guard Regiment, etc., and also along the lines of large institutions or industries from which there went a large number of soldiers or sailors who participated In the war. The method of organizing posts is being loft to the local organizers. Each post, however, will have a commander, vice commander, finance officer, adjutant, chaplain, and master-at-armLouisville has been made Southern headquarters ofthe National Committee on Publicity and Information, of which George S. Wheat, of the New York Herald ; Ulric Bell, of the Louisand Jack Collier, ville Courier-Journaof ,Pocatello, Idaho, aremembers. Returning veterans are applying to Southern headquarters for Information, and I will drill wells in Adair and If 'vlll be given them as received from Headquarters. National and State adjoining counties. See me b Throughout Kentucky, according to "Tills Is why I ast d you if yon could keep my mother, Miss Woodsmall. I reports reaching Southern headquar- fore contracting. Lateat imdidn't want her to come unless she ters, mucli interest is being manifested had a good place to stay. Ah, in the Legion, not only by former serv proved machinery of all kinds. ' ice men, but by their mothers and, thanks awfully.'? A , Pijfnp Repairing Done. Gira And that is the?$tory of how the fathers andother loved 5nes interested ' nppp-- oi f0 entertain Jn, peeing their soldiers .permanently! ma a Call. Hostess only- - a E ' mother who. .identified as havig- - taken part in the the has visited the --uiny of Occupation i struggle for liberty. When the date is if fixed for tke county organization meet s. rector of the Department of Pageantry and Drama of the National Young Women's Christian Association? "I went over on the West Side of New York one night recently to attend a community drama meeting," Miss MacKaye says in explaining her theory, "and as I was riding along I noticed how many saloons there were one on every corner and another in the middle of the block, It seemed, all just blazing with lights. Those lights ought not to go out with prohibition. They ought to shine for something worth while to all of the people, and what better than community drama and sings?" Miss MacKaye feels that the war has, given a great impetus to popular interest in drama and that through pageantry and drama a great deal in the way of Americanization can be effected. Through the community center, If It be in a district populated largely of one foreign nationality, these people could present pageants of the life In their mother countries, translating-theinto English, so that Americans and also the younger English speaking members of their household could understand and appreciate their tradl-- t tions. American art would be greatly enriched thus through the drama of all of the patlons whose peoples havo settled In this country. On the other hand American Ideals, American history and American festivals, even laws such as child labor and minimum wage, could be Interpreted to these people by means of pageantry. "People have been learning not only to work together, but to play togeth-er," Miss MacKaye says, "particularly! since the war, when the people stood together In drives and large patriotic community entertainments. The opportunity to build up a great comma- -, nlty organization is now at hand, apd the time Is ripe for It. Why not utilize, the corner saloon?" ' l, - WELL DRILLER t -- i ! e-e--r ""- "n v YAT'B -h X v 1. tJL-- fv r, . " J. rtmf e&X & V 8 THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS like WOULD1YOU mm wni-sr- y r'it Some Real Finei Old Fashion A Game for High Stakes! 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Dice of Destiny When the old Senor was mysteriously abducted and his captors Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes, f ARMERS WOOLEN MILLS, FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS. . E. L. REESE, Manager, Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. P. 0. Jamestown, Ky. 3fcere has been but little fishing in Picnic. fi.usseirs creek this season. Ifcissel-.doyou see a man going to the creek with pole and line, yet it is said that The health of this community ;sn are plentiful. is very good with the exception m demanded a heavy ransom for his return, Billy's native instinct told him that things were not just as they seemed, but the end justified the desperate chance he took. 4 4 H M M PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. N H X M M M M M M Cuts, Bums, Bruises and Wounds, the IST TREATMEMT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no infection and the wound beto heal at once. For use on man gins ,or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL and A3STISEPTIC HEALING AGENT. Sold by Paull Drug Co. rda-oger-o- f of Mr. Melvin Petty, who has 'STRGEONS agree that in cases of been very sick with appendicitis. The meeting at Harvey's Ridge was largely attended last Sunday. M You will enjoy every install- M M H M i ment of the splendid new serial we hav arranged to give you. Don't fail to readit N Adv. The corn crops are looking fine iHtiimTTTYgXIIirXTTgl ilEU in this part of the country and lots of folks have been setting The Austrian crown jewels tobacco. have beeu stolen. Albin Murray Columbia, Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County NewJOffice. 4 ! NIOTICE ! 4 4 8(6Q(8l6,64,89S9l6"94&6"e64 fr 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 9!? tt- Earn opening upin the Flowers & Patteson old stand a line of i)ry .Goods and Notions, and will be glad to have you come in aiidget mygprices. 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Every seam is triple-lock-stitch- S " Organdies colors . . . J)ress Gingham . American Prints -- 35c . ( ( -- 12& .1.-- , to 20c. 12c, -- ( BrownDomestics tr Bleached .15 " Percales 18 and 2 5 rLadies Union Suits, regular price $1.00, our price s3 fij Y 1.25; extra sizes! our price - S m m u Cotton Hose, Brown, White and Black 3 5 M 1 15 to 20c. 20c. 20cs ti n ( ( r hi Jo 3 II !2ni ly--? iHrr 48c. 58c. - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. - tt Distributed by Fibre Silk Hose Pure Thread SilkjHose, . $1.50 grade 15cJ - 50 to 60c. lcf pair " " 25c - , a " " $1.25 -- Men's Good Grade Cotton Hose pair, 2pr.for l J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Kentucky. Louisville Incorporated vr t i ? r-- 'lf Men's Lisle Thread Hose, 50c. grade s 35c. t Men's Dress and Work Shirts, $1.25 grade 98c. s 2 , -. . .Ladies' Nice Voil Waists 98c. gv 0 Dotted Veils, 25 cents grade , 10c. 2 at old prices 5c! and 10c. l rjce Line of Toilet Soaps, SAVING fmkny other articles at MONEY PRICES. Nice Line of Ladies' Skirts at special irice. nignestprices paid for Meat,Lard and Produces DoritlForget the Location Between Nell & Cheatham and Ci RJ Hutchison - ' " . a- - ; ; PERSONALS. Continued from page 1 Torla, were discharged at Camp Taylor and reached Colombia last They were In Germany nine months. Mrs. N. M. Tutt and her son, Nathaniel, and little Margaret Coffey left lait Thursday for Menphis, Tenn., where they will spend two weeks with Mrs. Mao Watts, who was Miss Virginia CoSey. before her marriage. Wed-neada- y. Mr. Oliver Willis and Mr. EIzyFeese who have been engaged at Lynch, Ky. Columbia last Thursday night. The latter lives in Louisville, bub his children are here. TheyreS port that carpenter's work at Lynch has about shut down for the present. Mr. Feese's wife arrived Saturday for a several days' visit. reached V r A TRIAL is AH We ASK . - Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reed ,5v r Yours Respectfully, 2 B 1' k , SINCLAIR RENTUCKy. w nr-d COLUMBIA1 1 v - , from Louisville last Wednesday afterMr. T. W. Callison, who went across noon. Mr. Reed as is generally known and served ten months In Fraafc was underwent an operation, and he and here Monday, repraeentingititfitJCfclD-Lyo- n his wife were in the city three weeks' Co. Ha is now on the highway to perma Backer Grisaeky and John E. Janeg, nnt health, a statemen' this pajwr L the former ot McGah, the hitter ofl glad to make. , Prof. T. A. Judd, who teaches at returned , Jellico, Tenn., and his brother, Lieut. R D. Judd, who was recently discharged from the army, arrived last Mondayafterdoon. The latter was in Germany about ten months. Everybody was glad to-- see them. It wag not convenient for Mra R. D. Jad4 wtio lives at South , te l.u3bttiS&nis trip.. - 1 Biind y iisj . ?"! J