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Everybody, this way for the promised picnic dinner at the Fair Grounds July 4th for the soldiers and the sailors of Adair Co. They may not all be at home, then, but some have gone away already. They come and go. never can get them all together. But let this be in honor of all. Bring your baskets of dinner and spread a long table on the green grass and everybody eat together. The colored boys will have a similar dinner at a suitable place Capt. P. W. Bushong M.D. D. D. S. the most entertaining man in the state will exhibit his rare collection of curios from overseas about 11 o' clock. Then in the afternoon go to the Grounds where the colored people assemble. Capt. Bushong lives in Ed monton. Has served in France. He commands large crowds in Metcalfe Co. as he freely goes to speak to them of his observations on the battle fields. High school and home boys get up a ball game for afternoon. Who said Cane Valley Brass BandJ would not come? Everybody come. XX ' and Casslus Last Wednesday Garnett & Van-Breeding returned from West Point, Winkle, Louisville attorneys, filed in Hiss., last Tuesday afternoon. The? the Adair circuit clerk's office a suit did not buy land on this trip, but for $2,000 in favor of L. B. Pendleton, they have a proposition out for a of Knifley, Adair, Adair county, large boundary, and may yet close against the Western Union Telegraph the deal. Mr. Walker reports that it Company, making Jasper Doss, Lee rained in this immediate section for Chelf and the Campbellsvllle Telenineteen days, .and that Mr. C. S. phone Company parties to the suit. Harris and Mr. B. K.Young lost some The circumstances which brought alfalfa, but they are not the least aboutthe suit, are as follows: discouraged, and are satisfied that L. B. Pendleton, the plaintiff, states they are located in the right country that in October, 1918, he was at work for money making. The lands in this for the government at Stlthton, HarIocallty,rie says are very valuable and din county, his wife and children bevery productive, and that buyers ing at Knifley, in Adair county; that from various States arrive daily; the his son. Fred, about twenty years old, "hotels being crowded. This is the became a victim of the flu; that on third trip for Mr. Walker and he is the 27th of October, J. H. Pendleton, going again as soon as he closes some father of L. B. Pendleton, started a deals here. "I am determined to go message to the latter from Knifley, where there is big business," said he. which stated "Fred bad sick. AnMr. Walker has been a successful swer." That message was not delivertrader from his youth up, and is bet- ed and the boy died on the 28th ter satisfied when he is buying and which was Sunday and on the same selling farms. He is also an experi- day he was buried. It was the folenced cultivator. lowing Thursday before Mr. Pendleton was advised of his son's death. Business Looking up. Therefore he claims damages in the sum of two thousand dollars. Mr. John Q. Alexander, who travels for the Carter Dry Goods Company, Pare to Louisville. Loulsville,was in Columbia Wedness day. In talking with him he said: Teachers attending, the Kentucky "Business is booming. I have been Educational Association in Louisville, on the road for many years, and this beginning June 23, will be granted season I am selling more goods than one and fare for the in any year of the past. Crops are round trip, providing they follow good and the merchants throughout these conditions: the country are stimulated and are When they leave home they must not afraid to buy goods." buy a ticket to Louisville Messrs. Allen Walker -' Persoiieis Miss the Woman's Missionary ciety of the Methodist Church., Where? Columbia Methodist: church When? All day, Tuesday, June 24, 1919. The Group includes the following, auxiliaries: Columbia, Clear Spring, Tabor, Gradyville, Pleasant Eldge, Elmvlew Y. P., Breeding, Maple Hill, Summer Shade, Pickett, Price's Chapel, adult, Y. P., and Juniors, Ashbury Y. P., Cane Valley and Mt. Carmel, Milltown, Hogard's Chapel. Pastors invited. Forenoon. 10:00 Devotions, Eev. E. V. Ben- nett. Organization. 10:30 11.15 11:45 12:10 Eeports from Auxiliaries. Message of District Secretary.- Privilege Always Surplus Mrs. E. V. Bennett. Luncheon. Afternoon. 1:30 Devotional Eev. O. T. Lee. 1:45 A Junior's Dream, Columbia Juniors. 2;10 Sergt. Chas. M. Tarter. , In the list of Kentucky . soldier?, honored for bravery in France, we find this notice of an Adair couDty boy who distinguished himself: "Near Vaux, France, on July 1, 1918, when his Captain was wounded Chas. W. Tfcrter, of Tarter, went out under violent machine-gufire to n bring the officer to shelter and was se- verely wounded himself while performing this heroic act. See my line of men's and boy's caps, price the best. Sinclair. A Missionary Exercise, ColumY. P. bia 2:30 Stewardship of Life, Eev. E. V. Bennett. 2:55' Eeading, Miss Nancy Faulkner. 3.00 A" Eenewed , Church the Supreme Need of this World's Crisis, Miss Susie Mourning. 3:10 Reading, Mrs. Holland Simpson. Eeports of Committees. andpay full Minutes Eead. fare. They must take a receipt for Benediction. this ticket. After they get to Louis Mrs. S. G. Shelley, District Secy. viile presentation of this receipt to Prof. Williams and endorsement by The Third District Convention of him, will enable them to secure a the Christian church will convene with the Church at Eoley, this counticket back home for- fare., ty? beginning on Friday evening. June The railroad administration has 27, continuing to Sunday June 29. wired positively that this is the only The District is composed of the folway teachers can secure the reduced lowing seven counties: Adair, Casey, fare to and from the Louisville conClinton, Cumberland, Metcalfe, Monvention. roe and Russell. A good program is Any member of the Kentucky Edprepared and we hope to have a great ucational Association is entitled to seConvention. Blanks will be sent to cure this reduced fare in this way, all the churches to make their reports whether he is a teacher or not. on, and when they are correctly filled one-thir- d one-thir- d Last Friday forenoon, about 9:30 o'clock a distressing accident occurred at Sandusky & Young's spoke and heading machine, in the mill district. Henry Sandusky, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sandusky, about fourteen years oia, was employed feeding staves into the Surfacer. He reached with thejoantooil the machine, his left hand spread out on the board that received the staves, passing them into the machine. While in this position his left hand was caught by the Surfacer and as cut off just above the wrist. That is, it was crushed to the wrist and had to be amputated, Drs, C. M. Eussell and O. P. Miller being the surgeons. After the limb was dressed the patient became easy. , The unfortunate lad is a bright boy, full of energy, and the whole town is in sympathy with him, and his parents, who weep as only a father and mother can for an obedient and loving offspring. No blame is attached to any of the other employees for this unfortunate occurrence. It is fortunate that it was not his index hand. Many a man has gone through the world with one hand, making good In the business he undertook. The revival meeting at Jamestown, conducted by H. B. Gwinn and Mr. Cassity, of Morehead, Ky., closed on Sunday night, the 8th inst. It was a great meeting in many respects. The attendance was the largest the churcn ever had, and the interest was good from the beginning. There were 5 additions all told. But many hearts were touched by the songs and sermons that will yet respond to the gospel call. Mr. Cassity is a fine chorus leader and his solos were much" "enjoyed by the people. He made friends of all h.iipepple: H. B.Gjvinni.dp ing a flne work in Eussell county, and isltaved by the people generally. He wm begin a meeting at Eussell Springs the second Sunday in July. Eev. Z. T. Williams will assist him part of the time. Married at Lebanon. Miss Eosa Kemp, visit to Catlettsburg. Sara Coffey made a recent: Mrs Ores Barger, who. was quite sick several days of last, week, is bet- - ter. Julia Miller, who has been"5. school at Leiington, has returned Miss. home. Mr. Henry N. Smythe and wifa have returned to their home, la Kansas City. Mo. Mr. and Mrs E.E.Lloyd and At Dowell, of Janestown, wereSshopping; in Columbia last Wednesday. Mr." John" Sandusky and wife,' MrJ Jo Sandusky, wife and children, Bradfordsvelle, arrived last Friday. Mr. Strother Hines, who hold3 X, position in Louisville, is spending &. few weeks with his mother and sisters. J. E. Sanders, Deputy Collector headquarters at Louisville, made a. buisness trip to Columbia last Friday. Miss. Frances E. Conover, who has been teaching science in tha senior Hjhg school, Nicholasville, returned home last week. Mr. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery Jcame over in town last Friday.CThe first time menian and Syrian Belief, the only organization that . is responsible for she had been that far from home for several months. the relief of 3,950,000 Christians and Mr. G. B. Cheatham, of Milltown,-- . Jews who were driven from their went to Louisville last Thursday, homes during the war, has undertaken to raise 30,000,000 for the relief where he met his son, Casslus, who recently landed atJI.Camp Taylor of these suffering people. In order to do this they have called upon every from overseas Mr. A. H. Rowe and his daughter, county in the United States to raise a certain amount. The amount asked Mrs. P. V. Balloo, and her two daughfrom Adair Co., is 8850. Those wish- ters, Frances and Cytha, Eowena.wera ing to contribute to this very worthy here last Saturday, and stopped at tha cause can send money or check to Miss home of Mr. W. T. McFarland. . The American Committee for Ar- -- . . Garnett, Treas., Columbia, Ky. All the money contributed reaches the field of need as the Committee transmit the money without Jennie expense. Car Went Dead. Miss Misses . v E. Y. Bennett, Sac'y. Ministerial Association Colum-bia- SaraCoffey and her visitors, Euth and Martha Crawford, of Pikeville, and Miss MaryD. Patteson and Mr. Chelcie Barger motored to Campbellsville last Sunday afternoon, taking supper in that city. They left for home about 10 o'clock. Beaching Cane Valley their car went dead and could not be moved. There was but one thing to do, walk to Columbia, so the journey was made, a distance of six miles, in high heel shoes, landing at their hemes about 3 o'clock in tha morning. They had a jolly time Monday relating their experiences, but their walkers were not feeling very comfortable, and the girls at this time are a little prejudiced against high heel shoes. Notice of Election. . For Sale. A No 1 Jersey cow, 6 years old. Will give 4 gallons or more milk per day. J. F. Neat, Columbia, Ky. Three Generations. Last Thursday night there were three generations stopping at the Jeffries Hotel, the oldest being only thirty-thre- e years old. They were Mrs. Esther Page S3, and her daughter, Mrs. Eebecca Yorfc and the Johnny York. They registered from Lexington, 111., and were in this section, to visit relatives. lat-ter'ss- on, Lost. Thursday evening, June 12, from MilltowntoEd Hancock's saw mill, pocket book. $17.00 in bills, $8.00 in checks. $5.00 reward. 1 G. A. Beard. ' Next Sunday, the 22nd, has been desiguatated throughout Kentucky as "Salvation Army Day." Wherever services are held on this day tha must be the suject of the minister. Dwell upon the work of this band of Christian workers, their services in the war and In civil life. Money must be raised to carry on .the good work WANTED. A girl to help do light housekeeping with some knowledge of cooking. Three In family. Mrs. J. G. Eubank, Columbia, Ky. w farmers were late in getting their wheat cut and it was greatly damaged, b falling. On the farmhold The ministers who are conducting by C.S. Harris, the wheat was in a very the tent meeting arrived the first of damaged condition Sunday. Also sevlast week and the first- service was eral crops above this farm. A few last Wednesday night, and large au- farmers saved their crops by having it diences attended throughout the past cut Sunday. week. They are regular ordained C. N. Mikel, of Campbellsville, has ministers of the Cumberland Presbybeen at work for the past ten days on terian Church, and they have been Miss Jennie Garnett's driveway. It successful at other points in winning will be a tine piece of work when comsouls to Christ. Every body is invited pleted and will add much to the value to attend the services. and also the appearance of the property. We have talked to a number of farmers in recent days about the wheat Eld. H. B. Gwinn, of Jamestown, prospects. They were unanimous in was in Columdla last Friday. He restating that the yield this year will ported that he closed a splendid meet be much greater than last season. It ing, in. his town last Sunday night is said some. crops will be harvested week, with several additions to the congregation. the last of this week. Some - Prof. J. A. Jones, of Glenville, this county, has accepted the Superin-tendenc- y of the Livingston Graded and High school for the coming school year. Prof. Jones is a gentleman of correct habits and is a teacher of experience, and there is no doubt but he will fill the position with credit to himself and to the entire satisfaction of the Board of control. His work will begin the first of September. Livingston is located in Eockcastle, a county properly named, as there are fourteen tunnels in the county, all built through rock. out mail them at once to Walter McKinney, Ky. The Jamestown, Roley people will take care of the convention in good style. If the churches can not get their reports filled out in time to send them to our Secretary, bring or send them to Eoley in care reside at Bradfordsville. The bride is persoof the President, H. B. Gwinn. a young woman of charming nality, the groom a young business Z. T. Williams. man. The couple left to spend a few New line of ladies silk and voil waists days in Indianapolis, before returning at bargains. to their home. Sinclair's daughter of Mrs. 34-- 1 t. Malissa Kemp, and a niece of Mr. G. Notice. A. Kemp, this place, was married at the home of her brother, Mr. Oscar I am now Special Agent for the Old Kemp, in Lebanon, last Wednesday, Eeliable Union Central Life Insurance to Mr. Wm. H. Black. The couple Co. of Cincinnati, O. The Union Central has been doing buisness since 1867. January 1st 1919 we had admitted assets 3128,164,484. We have the cheapest rate .of any Life Insurance co. doing business in this section of the country. By request Bro. W. A. Garnett, of Any one figuring on Life Insurance, Glensfork Lodge, F. and A. M., concall or see ferred the Master's degree on Bro. Count T. Stults, Spec. Agt. Shreve Davis, in Columbia Lodge, No. Columbia, Ky. 96, last Friday night. The Master 34-and members of the latter lodge return thanks to Bro. Garnett for the Dr. Ed Sallee, who has been an in--, very efficient manner in which hccon-ferre- d valid for several years, was in Columthe degree. Bros. J. W. Jcnes, bia last Wednesday, the first time for also of Glensfork lodge and Bro. Eobt. nearly two years. He appears to be Bailey, of Hood Lodge, and Bro. gaining his health, and his many L. Akin, of Sparksville lodge, were friends would be glad to see him himpresent and did very acceptable work. self again. He is a man that we at tf In complyance with a proclama- tion, Issued by the Governor of Kentucky, on the 12th, day of May, 1919, Ordering that an Election forEep-resentatiin Congress for the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, composed of the Counties of Adair, Anderson, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Jessemine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Shelby and Spencer, be held In each voting precinct in the Counties aforesaid on Saturday August the 2nd., ve 1919. An election will be held in Adair County on the above mentioned data in the various voting precincts of said' all times admired for his independ- County, for the purpose as abova Companion T, G. Smith, of Dan- ence. On every proposition he takes Cortez- - Sanders, stated. ville, will be here next Friday and in a position; and there has never been a Sherrtff of Adair County. Ky. ,. the evening he will Inspect Co- misunderstanding as to howthe stood '' t. lumbia Chapter, No 7, All Royal Arch on questions agitating the .minds of Masons are urged to attend. Shepherd Returned. the people. 30-2- The series of meetings that are being conducted at the tent, comA suffifcht amount of money h as mence promptly on time. The evening been raised by J. O. Eussell to build meetings open at 8:30 and the people the wall at the cemetry to the drive of Columbia are requested to be on way. But he is still taking time. Good preaching and the singing to complete it all the way. is inspiring. '& sub-scritto- ns g.. Mr "Walter Sullivan has sold his Lighting struck of barbering outfit to Mr. Calvin Maupin, Mr. George Franklin .Saturday and Mr. Mont .Maupin is now in ( night of last week. vtxs. Franklin was charge. Mr. Sullivan. has not given rsoseverly shocked thafifc1tx)0kwherblc j'-- out the business he will engage in? . i''s. , v ,nextfweek. efforts to save her. the-Tdwelli- Eural schools will not open before Mr. Charles Finnell, who was a Corporal Adrian Shepherd, 23 Div. of Mr. Wm. Hobson, his arrived in N. Y., Apr., 28. He was the middle of July or the first of Au- son gust. Can't get school books, so says wife being Miss Grace Hobson, discharged at Camp Taylor May, K. to whom he was married atCampbells-vill- e, He saw service at Chateau Thierry, Mr. H. A. Walker of this place, the State Superintendent. several years ago, was killed by Argonne, Phemes, Phismet, Vardsn, has been appointed by the Governor Ealph, a six year old son of Mr. and being caught between cars at Lebanon St. Mihiel and other places; Ha Magistrate of the Columbia MagisMrs.- Wm. Bennett, Fairplay, died Junction last week. He was buried served in a machine gun batalllon alterial district, embracing all three of and was buried last Wednesday after Masonlcally at Campbellsville, where most two years and was awarded a. the voting precincts. He qualfied last noon. He .was a bright little D0- - he had many friends. He was also s machine gunners badge. Friday. well known about Jamestown where Corporal Shepherd was never ill a day Get ready for circuit court which he and Corn in Adair 'county got a good his. wife spent some but was "slightly gassed twice, and fe some of it was planted will con vine here thfirst Monday' in months. start though, glad to be back in his old Kentucky July. Jat'e, and it is now growing nicely home. He laaded in Liverpool; Eog-.Jaa-d, .;. . : Oh'. In a fewVdays many farmers of Adair from there to LeHarve, Trans, I'havVj'w;. received another car county will be cutting wheat.-- The Watch and read the Chautauqua : .4 vac :i then to a machine . gun Mseboel far ?. ... i ads which will appear In our paper of oats. rcrdp'is reported gc 'throughout the' three weeks'in sight df'Geraany aad vy ' in-la- w first-clas...'. v ..j-'ZJ- a T-loa- ..- - 2 -- 28-t- f naaj; ., B. jr --.. Barbae. .! :-- country, iih U ii;i i-- s V .ri '. & (- o- ii-n- n ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . . fighting upon the in "fisti-cufE- " NOT E S 0 N A DAI R least provocation, and frequent ly, when there was no provoca- 88 WILUAM LEWIS. 1833. wnnncnw i vxtna iqiq COUNTY. tion .at all. Many fought for the mere prize of victory, and to by John avroe Steele. exhibit their skill and ability to give and bear punishment. It No. 19. was held to be cowardly to make I use of weapons, in fighting with - COL. .WILLIAM CASEY, MRS JANE any one, except the Indians, and OR JENNIE CASEY, AND JUDGE it was cowardly to refuse a chali ROBERT TODD. lenge to combat with ,v Tn 1X9 nnul Inn?!1 the hands, feet and teeth. It XU "Hrt UOUUiuUCvJ. was considered that there could i. be no excuse for a large and Wffrt 'PnTnt lUiitr ,i-- 'TrcSt roint; miss. strong man to decline a chal-lento personal combat with "Gasey appeared in Lincoln any one, who claimed that he county in the early part of tf e had suffered a grievance, or who year, 1779. He Jived at Logan's wanted to engage in a fight, exFort during the summer, and in cept a lack of courage to' accept the early autumn, returned to the challenge and to engage in a , Virginia, but came again to Lo-.- - fight. In the estimation of that t; gan's Fort about the beginning of generation, in Kentucky, which the .winter. He spent the winter had so many necessary occasions of which is memora-l- " to rely upon personal courage, ole for its extreme severity,in an the want of it rendered the inopen camp, upon the banks of dividual perfectly helpless in a J. I. CASEITHRESHERS are the Standard of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat the Hanging Fork of Dick's riv- popular way. Men and women crop. A GqodjiPrice is Guaranteed. er. He remained in Lincoln looked upon an individual, whom county for ten years, during they suspected of lacking phys See Us Time And Your Order A "New Case Outfit which time, he actively engaged ical courage, as a thing perfectOrder To Be Ready in the defense of the country, ly contemptible and not worthy The Season. and participated as a soldier in of trust any way. Casey had the various military movements the moral courage to ignore this made against the hostile Indians. well nigh universal sentiment. A portion of the time, he resided Although a large and powerful Plow corn, a in Logan's Fort, near the pres- man, and more than a match in ent site of Stanford, but after- physical prowess for the majorall kinds of farm wards, he established a "sta- ity of the men in the country, Tar you want, a tion'' upon the waters of the he was never known to engage Hanging Fork of Dick's river. in a contest of physical strength machinery, and This "station" was three miles Case. They are or to participate in any fighting ana seven miles irom tne pres with his fellowmen, which was srve time and ent sites of Stanford and Danville, respectively. The term, then termed "fair fighting," GUARANTEED "station," as used by the pio- - which term included simply all labor. characters of fighting with nat- neers, was a place where several men and families associated ural weapons. It was well un: m themselves together and lived derstood, that if a quarrel was pushed upon Casey, and he was ;t ) near to each other for mutual compelled to fight, that he would protection from the Indians, and helped each other upon oc- do so, with weapons. It was, casions of necessity. Usually a however, a trait of his characthat stockade, or blockhouse, or both, ter, which was were erected, or the dwelling he never sought a personal trouhouses were situated near to ble with any one, either great or each other so that, if one house small. No one who knew his was assailed, the occupants of history, however, ever doubted the others, could assist in its de- his personal courage. fense, at once, by the use of In the year, 1781, and while their rifles, in shooting from Casey was residing at Logan's their own homes, which were Fort, Montgomery's Station was by Indians. Montprovided with loop holes through attacked strength was insufficient to hold cabin. John Montgomery was gomery's Station was twelve Betsey, who were young women, the walls for that purpose. and his son, James, who was a the door shutter, and one of the taken entirely by surprise, and autumn of 1789, when miles to the southwest of Logan's In the Indians thrust his arm between the Indians succeeded in enterFort, and upon the head waters small boy. In the month of Casey was thirty-thre- e years of the shutter and the post of the ing his cabin and killing him, Used Years of Green river, and two and one- - March, of 1781, a party of Inage, he removed to Adair coundoor, when Jane called, aloud, to and taking his wife a prisoner. miles from Petitt's Station. dians surrounded the station, at ty, and must have, by that time, half some imaginary person to reach Joseph Russell, who had no It had been established by Will- night, and waited for the dawn to her. Thomas' gun. The ruse means of defense, improved very much in personal his gun haviam Montgomery and his sons of day to make the attack. Just appearance, since the visit to ing been broken a few days behad the desired effect, and the by the name at the break of day, Wm, Montand a father-in-lathe home of his future Indian withdrew his arm and fore, escaped from his cabin, of Joseph Russell, who had re- gomery, Sr., opened the door in the Holston river counJane, immediately, closed the but his wife and three children moved to it, from the Holston of his cabin and went out of it, try. At the time of his removal door and placed tne oar across were made prisoners. At the river country, in 17&0. It con- while a negro boy was bringing During this struggle at the first noise of the attack, William to Aoair county, he has been deThe Woman's Tonic sisted of four cabins, one of in a log of wood, upon his shoul- it door, Betsey, the younger girl. Montgomery, Jr., sprang out of scribed as a large man of very which was built upon each of der, for the fire. The Indians, who was about twelve years of bed, barred his door, and from a prepossessing appearance, and Sold Everywhere m the four corners of a square, and who were nearby in hiding, open- age, clambered up the chimney, crevice over the door opened fire wh?n he became more advanced in easy gun shot of each other. ed fire with their rifles. The which was only nine or ten feet upon the attackers. He killed years, was corpulent. His in One was occupied by William negro boy was hit by a bullet eyes were black, sharp and in height, jumped to the ground one of the Indians and mortally Montgomery, Sr., his wife and and sank down, dead, upon the from its top, and fled in the di wounded another, and they fear- ReildnecePhone 13! B piercing, but kindly in their exBtateeM Phne 13 three sons, Thomas, Robert and doorstep, with the log of wood rection of Petitt's Station. One ed to come to close quarters pression, and his hair was as James, and two daughters, Jane across his body. William MontN. MURRELL Indian pursued her, but she with him. Before the Indian, OR. dark as the raven. He had a and Betsey. Another, was oc- gomery attempted to escape to fairly outran him and succeeded who went in pusuit of Betsey, very fine forehead and the lines DENTIST cupied by William Montgomery, the rear of his cabin, but seven of his face were char cut. He rifle bullets penetrated his body, in reaching Petitt's Station safe- had returned, the others, prob- Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Jr., and his family; a third, by ly. The Indians, being attract- ably apprehensive of a pursuit was very much esteemed by his John Montgomery, and his wife; and he fell dead. The Indians, up Stass. ed to the chimney by the escape and attack, hurriedly, left the acquaintances and was famous by Joseph Rus immediately, made a rush for and the fourth, - Kentucky of Betsey, from it, approached scene, taking with them, the Columbia, for his kindness of heart. He family. At the time the open door, with the purpose sell and his it and one clambered upon it, prisoners, including several ne was noted for his great coolness, of the attack, Thomas and Rob- of entering and overcoming the with the purpose of entering the gro slaves. They, also, took, he was within rifle shot of Will tact, and courage upon occasion! ert Montgomery were absent, occupants before the door could cabin by means of it, but Jane along with them, their wounded iam Montgomery, Jr., who had of extreme personal danger. and were engaged as spies upon be closed. Jane, the older apprehending such an attempt, comrade. The Indian, who pur not yet opened the door to his One trait of his character, was the movements of the Indians, daughter, pushed the body of cabin, fearing the Indians had Yery remarkable for the time the negro boy from the door and threw a large feather bed upon sued Betsey, returned after the Montgomery, the gone. and. not only pretended to leave for the and generation in which he lived, while Mrs. thrust to the shutter of the door, the blazing fire in the chimney. others were 'when his personal prowess and wife of William Montgomery, but before she could place the The smoke, from the burning knowing what had transpired, purpose of drawing him oufc of , got upon the trunk of a fallen his cabin so that they might kill courage are considered. That Sr., and her little daughter, bar, with which ft was secured, bed, was so thick and stiflwas a time when men were very Flora,-werabsent at Logan's across it, the Indians reached that the Indians were deterred tree and gave out a loud halloo him. He now shot and killed the Indian who was hallooing - proud of their pergonal prowess, Fort; which left in' the cabin of the door and undertook to push from descending the chimity, for the purpose of attracting an from the log of the fallen tree. i their physical strength and WiUiam,ttontgomery, Sr., only it open. Though Jane was a and ho further' attempt was answering yen irom nis com-- 1 woman, her made to break into or enter the radea. Unfortunately for Jiim, The News $1.50 and $2.00, abiUty to fight. 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CHAPTER II Teresa, only grandchild of the senor, finds evidence of a struggle In the library and her grandfather missing. The belief is that the senor has been carried across the border by Mexican rebels. Billy stanway, Teresa's sweetheart, takes command of the situation and orders the servants and vaqueros to arm themselves. CHAPTER twenty men, starts in pursuit of the with rebels. They meet Eduardo Ramon Torre, kinsman of Teresa, who has been wounded, he claims, by the escaping rebels. m-Stan- way, After that nothing, although they had pushed mauy miles into the Mexican country until they realized the utter uselessness of riding farther. "We may as well go back, Gaucho," Stanway said at last "They will want ranson, I suppose. "When they speak we'll know what to do." And reluctantly, his face black with the wrath upon him, Gaucho Morales called to his men to turn back. The sunlight lay bright and warm upon the oranges and their blossoms when they rode back to the rancho, Stanway threw himself from the saddle, a bit stiff from long hours of hard riding. Then, walking slowly now, loath to greet Teresa de la Guerra with news of their failure, he came Into the patio. She was there waiting for him. "Nothing," he blurted out. "We have found nothing." "I know," she said quietly. She came toward him, putting out her hands. "You have been good to us,. Senor Billy." He laughed a bit awkwardly. "I don't know how," he retorted. "I have done nothing. You have not beed molested here?" She hesitated. He saw a quick frown gather her brows. Then, speaking lightly, she replied, saying: gry and tired out. Coffee is ready." He went with her to the broad-open himself." It was Torre leanin indo- lently In the doorway. 4,You are going to say, senor" Stanway flung the crumpled paper In front of him. "Explain tha,t!" he snapped. "You can't get away with a thing like this, Torre. Explain it!"-"When I have read It," replied Torre coolly, his small hand carelessly taking up the document. "Ah" with what sounded like very genuine surprise in his tone "it is De la Guer-ra'-s will!" Teresa and Stanway watched him closely. 1 way. "It seems very clear," he said then, his eyes smiling. He folded the paper carefully and thrust It Into his pocket "Where is the need for explanation?" "The will was made last night," said Stanway crisply. "The ink of the signatures was hardly dry when he disappeared. What is the connection of the two events, senor?" "You ask riddles, senor." Torre shrugged his shoulders. " A servant in snowy white linen livery appeared in fhe dining room door- Torre laughed. So you are one of us, senor? It Is a pleasure to know."' "He Las met up with the raiders, Senor Stanway," Gaucho snarled. "He "We? Bueno. doors. "El Capitan Juarez to speak with the senorita," he announced. Stanway started, swinging about forgetting Torre for the instant. "Of the rebel army?" he demanded. "Si, senor! Of the insurrectos." "I can guess his errand," remarked Torre indifferently. "He will no doubt wish to speak with me. Tell him, muchacho, that as the De la Guerra heir I shall speak with him when I have finished my coffee. A little more sugar, Pedro." CHAPTER V. was riding this way from across the river. He is wounded, see?" Stanway saw that there was blood upon the young Spaniard's cheek, that there was a long cut which might have been made by a grazing bullet "Small reason we should loiter here," he said quickly. "What way did they go, Torre?" "South, naturally, senor," replied Torre evenly. "Gaucho!" cried Stanway then. "Scatter your men out as we ride so that we make a line a mile long when we come to the hills just across the line. Let them keep a sharp lookout, and fire if they see the rebels. We must not get too far apart, or we shall not be able to do anything. How many of them were there, Torre?" . "I forgot to count, senor. I should say, fifty, perhaps." "We are twenty. That is enough. You are not coming with us?" "I think not Why, with so competent a leader as you, should I come also? No. I think," and he turned his horse toward the white walls of "Torre Is here?" he asked, his eyes intent upon her face. The frown came again, and was gone quickly. But he had seen, it "He is here, yes. Asleep, I think. He was wounded. You know?" "He Is not badly hurt?" Her tired eyes, into which sleep had not come during the long night, grew brightly contemptuous. "It is only his beauty which is harmed," she said swiftly. "Good morning, prima mia!" called a deep, laughing voice. "Ah, still with us, Senor Stanway?" Torre, debonair in the dark, youthful beauty of him, greeted them at the doorway. "Certainly Senor Stanway is still with us," said Teresa coolly. "He is my guest, my grandfather's friend, Senor Torre !" Torre laughed and lifted his shoulders. "Enter," he said with a graciousness which was in some strange way vaguely insulting; it was as though he were the master here, and because of his generosity not only Stanway but the girl as well were allowed upon the premises. Now it was Teresa who flushed. "Come, Senor Billy," she said quietly. "We are going to have coffee v together." For the fraction of a second the two men stood fronting each other, their level eyes filled with challenge, with a mistrust which was little less than hatred. Then the Spaniard, bowing again, turned away, with a slight smile playing under the small, pointed mustache, and Stanway followed his hostess. Pedro himself superintended the serving of the simple breakfast. "Senorita," Stanway said at last, pushing back his chair, "I should like to go back to the drawing room. There might be something there to give us a hint that will help us." "Si," she said, "I had thought of that I looked last night carefully after you had gone." "You found nothing?" "Nothing that I could understand," she answered quietly. "Something I could "1 Shall Remain Here." ths hacienda, "that I shall remain here with my kinswoman. There may be a second attack upon the rancho. Good hunting, senor." He turned his horse, and, sitting easily, gracefully in the deep Mexican saddle, rode away through the moonlight Stanway, frowning after the retreating form, hesitated a moment Then, calling sharply to Gaucho Morales, he gave his horse the spur and turned southward. "You understand what we're doing, Gaucho?" he said sternly. "We're invading Mexico, come right down to it We're not supposed to have any busi- night" "But," he muttered heavily, "the ness there just now. We've got to thing is Impossible! Why, he has take care of ourselves." , "Si, senor," muttered Gaucho at his given everything, everything to Torre !l And he hated Torre more than he preBide. tended to hate an American 1" "Yet it is his will," she reminded CHAPTER IV. him. "And he is gone. And Senor .1 Torre is here." Word Frcm the Insurrectos. "Already with the air of a master!" Moon paled, stars died, the east shouted Stanway. He was already flushed to the coming of the gun benair across the room, sheer .wrath in fore they turned back from a fruitless his eyes now, the will crumpled in his quest riding again close together hard hand. toward the north. "Wait!" the girl Stanway and Gaucho had kept upon him, her hand upon cried, running to the trail through the fields, the others she would hold him his arm as though spreading out to east and west as you going to do?" back. "What are they rode that there might be no "To tell him that chance of missing the party they fool than a .thief," he he is no less a retorted. "That sought In the night he must explain his opportune presBut In an hour they had come into ence here as well as the disappearance a country where all tracks were of De la Guerra." mingled with the hoof marks of cattle "Again I appear to and vaqueros' ponies, and their trail Again I prove the adage eavesdrop. that he who was smothered and lost listens hears disappointing things of Shortly before midnight, they bad He looked up at her quickly, his eyes full of question. "This," she answered, not waiting for him to speak. She placed a folded paper before him. He ghinced at it, frowned, looked again, and turned once more to her. "It is his will. Dated last night But why has he made a new one?" "Read it," as quietly as before, though her eyes were brightening with some surge of emotion he could not guess. He ran through It hastily, skimming tne lines, eager for the gist of it. And when he had found It he leaped to his feet, his hands clenched, amazement and anger mingled in his eyes. "It is a forgery!" he cried sharply. "No," shaking her head. "It is his signature. And, look,, to make certain I investigated. Pedro and .Juana and Videl witnessed the signature. That is what brought Mr. Dempton last not" The Game Begins. Teresa de la Guerra's face went red and white, and Torre, seeing, smiled. She. heard in the words only an insult to her beloved papa grande, knowing as she so well knew that of all men the old Spaniard hated his arrogant young kinsman most implacably. "We don't understand," she said presently, turning her back upon the man at table and addressing Stanway. "Perhaps Captain Juarez call will clear matters for us. WiH you come with me, Senor Stanway?" Torre's face darkened as he watched them go out together. In the drawing room, in much worn uniform bespeaking his rank, a very broad, heavy-se- t Mexican, swarthy, keen-eyewas waiting. He bowed deeply as they entered. "Senorita," he said briskly, his eyes disregarding Stanway and resting upon the girl's face in a keen regard, "it is an unpleasant duty which brings me here this morning." "Be seated," she said quietly, going to a chair. "But first, Captain Juarez. this is my friend, Senor Stanway of the Painted Rock rancho." The two men bowed coolly. Stanway remained standing near the girl's chair, while Juarez sat down. "We of poor Mexico," said the captain shortly, "are fighting hard for a dear cause. We sacrifice ourselves, our hopes, our homes for the thing we love most, senorita. "And that is our country. We do things which we do not like to do simply because it is our duty to take any opportunity which chance gives us to free the neck of our land from the foot of the tyrant." Teresa bowed. "And you have called this morning; you have crossed the border" "At the behest of a Mexican's duty. Senorita, your grandfather is well and sends his love to you." "Tell me," she cried impetuously, "where is he?" "Many miles beyond the border," he answered succinctly. "In the hands of friends if he accedes to our demands," significantly. "And those demands?" curiously. "I have not as yet made of him," returned the captain. "Allow me to explain, senorita. I know Senor de la Guerra, if not personally at least very well by repute. I know that he does not love my Mexico, and that he Is Qry stubborn. "Our cause needs money and he has it' in great, unnecessary quantities. "Had I made a demand unon him for a note to you, stating that he was held for ransom and urging you to pay it, I know that he would have refused. So I come straight to you, without so mucn as a word to him, Informing you that unless the money is sent immedhard-featured, d, and carelessly tossed it into Juarez' lap. The Mexican looked at it swiftly, his eye ran down the written sheet, and he started 'palpably when his glance rested upon the name Eduardo Ramon Torre. "I have been misinformed," he cried, starting to his feet "The senorita is not the heiress. It is Senor Torre who Inherits!" "Seguro," replied Torre, putting out his shapely hand for the will. "And I, senor, am that Senor Torre. Now, what do you want?" "This is true, senorita?" Juarez whirled about, his eyes bright and bard upon Teresa's. "You come from papa grande," she answered him guardedly. "Did he not tell you of a change (n his will?" "We did not speak," Juarez reminded her. "As I have said, I knew that it would be useless to talk with him. He knows only that he is. being held ; he does not know why. I know only," and he resorted to the shrug so much a part of his method of speech, "that rumor has it that you are his heiress, and this paper states that Torre Inherits." "Rumor at times Is misinformed," Torre said smilingly. "You have the will and testament itself before you. If it is sufficiently plain that I and not the senorita," with an apologetic bow to Teresa, "represent my kinsman; I trust that you will state your errand concisely." "It is this," said 'Juarez shortly. "El Senor de la Guerra is held by my men for ransom. Twenty thousand dollars will bring him back to you promptly, without a scratch on him. A refusal to pay will be a signal for his death." "So," remarked Torre coolly. "It is only twenty thousand dollars. You are modest, senor!" "American money," Juarez added as coolly. Captain Juarez stared at. him firm?. ly, his hard eyes as Insolent as those of Torre, and made no answer. 'T think, senor," went on Torre in mock courtesy, still lounging in the doorway, "that it Is with me that you wish to deal. Am I not right, prima mia?" lightly to Teresa. The girl's eyes darkened. Juarez looked from one to another curiously. "I think," he said slowly, "that I can have business with no one except la senorita. She Is the one to speak in a case like this one, since the old senor is not here to speak for himself and she Is his heiress." "Let your keen eyes rest on this." Torre drew the will from his pocket sva.. 5 . :$eat house and save repair, bills House-owne- rs know trie annoyance and expense of continually paying out money tor repair bills, but by using Hanna's Green Seal on tneir property occasionally, these bills can be done away with to a large extent. Any surface, if left to itself and not properly painted, is bound to decay sooner pr later, whereas a coat or two of paint at reasonable intervals will prepare it to. withstand all the ravages of time and wet weather. nc w &SHNR3S Formula ori Every Package' Jttti& Surf ISOLD BY) THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, Columbia, Ky EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and (American Fence. j Si del Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO- - iately" He broke off, shrugging his shoulders. "You realize, senor," broke in Stanway coolly, "that this is rather an unusual sort of thing at this day? That it Is not without danger to you? If the senorita were not disposed to Give what you ask, if on the other hand we held you for the crime you have committed " Again the captain shrugged. "It would, mean imprisonment for me, or perhaps death," he answered promptly. "Things which a soldier faces every day of his life and grows to tldnk nothing about. And pardon me, senorita it would mean the death of the Senor de la Guerra." Again a little shiver trembled through the frame of the girl. Stanway, his eyes steady upon the Mexican's, was silent a moment Finally he said, turning to Teresa: "Before you give this gentleman his answer, senorita, may I ask for a few words with you?" "May I, Interrupt again?" It was Eduardo Ramon Torre, insolent and debonair, bowing in the doorway, a fresh, unlighted cigarette betweea.his fingers. "Buenos dias, Senor el J: cheeks. TobeCeatlBiwd.r . "American money," nodded Torre. "That is better than Mexican pesos, Incorporated at any rate. It is at least less Insult- 1 16 Caat Matket Street' Between first and Brook ing to my kinsman." Captain Juarez made no reply. TeLouisville, Ky.. resa and Stanway looked at each other swiftly. Torre, smiling as though the whole matter were merely amusing, ad3 x$x$ dressed himself to the girl. "Teresita' and she flushed under the easy familiarity, "perhaps the valiant captain has not yet breakfasted. He has a long ride before him afad It 3Q8CXQX3SX51- would be better if he should not carry away a misunderstanding of the De la Guerra hospitality. Also, while he has his coffee, you and I might discuss the gituaUonr "Yes," the girl agreed slowly. "That would perhaps be best" Her hand went to the bell cord to summon Per dro. "We have just breakfasted, senor capitan. If you will go with Pedro he will see that you are served. And Senor Torre, Senor Stanway and myself COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. can avail ourselves of the time to come to a decision." : The captain bowed, and with no hesitation turned his back on them to follow the servant to the dining room. Torre came in, sat down, crossing his legs with elaborate care to the crease & in his trousers, and favored Stanway with a look which mocked openly. "An interesting situation, is it not, senor?" he asked lightly. $$ "An extremely hazardous game you are playing, Torre," cried Stanway anLOY grily. "I?" Torre lifted his brows. "It Shop, where both Satisfaction- -AfSanltary is not I who play. It is I who watch Gratification are Guaranteed. the game." "Watch the pawns your own fine Give us Trial and be Convinced. hand has set moving!" was Stanway's heated retort. "Do you think that you can get away with a thing of this kind, Torre? Why, man, it smells to 7K heaven !" "Recriminations aside at least shall we postpone them? There Is a crisis demanding attention. Now," lifting his. hand against Stanway's words, "I have a proposition to make to you, Teresa." KENTUCKY. "What is it?" she askea coldly. "Merely this: As heir to the De la Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One M4',0P Guerra estate I may be a prejudiced Gun person. You, with no personal inter- Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guardian. Agent? Ccmmltteerfg Xrastes. and can 'uaTJr est,'' and a quick light flicked in his as such In any County In thstate. eyes at the girl's wincing at his words, Pays 3 pr cent' per Annum tm Time Deposits. "are the one to decide. Shall the cap JOHN STITES. President ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. g. STITH. Sea tain's request be granted? I leave it v to you, senorita. Entirely to you." Teresa bit her lip, the color surging angrily into her cheeks. She saw the trap as plainly as did Torre, as plainly as Stanway saw it And she did not see the answer to make. I keep on hands a loll itoek of cofflng, casket, and robes, "It Is perhaps not impossible," went lalso keep Metallic Caskets, ad Steel Boxes and two hearses. on Torre evenly, "that a large part of We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service nfghb or day. the sum mentioned is now on the premises. We all know that my kins"" Residence Phone, 29. Office Phone, 168 man has always been his own banker; that he at all times has been able to J. F. TRIPLETT, Cotumb,:Ky produce a large amount of gold at a I - ISM moments notice. "Unfortunately, in answering his summons tq the rancho, X came too late for him to make me cognizant Uncle Levi Calvert, aged 115, Completed returns ihow ' of the hiding place. Perhaps yo, prima mia, are better Informed?" died at Hickman. He waa.tfte old- - the woman's suffrag e "Perhaps," she answered him quiet' ly, though the color'stlU hm red "ta :est person in Kentucky. was defeated fn ;$ W. T. PRICE E 1ISORJETY BONDS FIRJE INSURANCE, LIFE INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES Columbia Barber Shop a sfcKfcfrttfc7Ftt7K7Ffi 7K7fffZ7s7K7 Trust The Louisville LOinSVIIL CO. UNDERTAKER. nSSSi- r 'waH tbt i Texas. -- J.. j 4- THE ADAiR COUNTY NEWS q Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bryant Declaration ofIndependence and the Constitution, of the United entertained a crowd of .young ' Published On Wedaesdays. - - people a few evenings ago. States. , Mr. W. N.Holt of Cray craft, $1 Golam6ia, Keivtacky. . "There are some who solemnly assert that the league would not is in poor herlth. . Miss Rosa B. White spent a only1 embroiljus in the affairs of MRS. DAISY HAMLETT, Manager. ' force week recently with her cousin, Europe, but would America into future wars. It is Mrs. Mattie Scholl, of Roy. Democratic nevipaper devoted to the Intercri extraordinary that men should Misses Daisy and Piny McKin- I.tieCityofColnmblntad tba people of Adair waste our time and vex our pa Iey visited their uncle, Mr. E.A. ' ad edlolnlna counties. tience by suggesting the fear McKinley last Saturday and thatwe3may.be forced into fu- Sunday. Entered at the Colmnba s second ture wars, while forgetting enAlbert Bryant in writing home, lass moil matter. tirely that America was forced from Bendorf Germany says he into this war and that this war is well, but has no idea when he "WED. JUNE. 18, 1919. has notJyetDbeen concluded. will get to come home. "Nonleague of peace was in Mrs. Mary E. Bolin spent last Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone. existence when this war began; Saturday with' her nieces, Misses XL50peryer. Zones beyond nd$iC0 pcrTyear no leaguelof (peace was in All Etta and Lula Bryant. All Subscription due and Payable in Advance entered this when we Mr. U, G. Collins and son, greatest of all wars and it was Virgil, were at Glenville last DEMOCRATIC TICKET. only whenfiwelformed in haste a.prjday. I League Jof Nations under unified Mrs. W. G. Koy is quite sick. For Congkess. command that we were able to Rev. .Groves, who may be C. A. HAEDIN, win thisjjwar. known as the praying preacher, of MercerjCounty. "TheSUnited States and the has been in this- part the last STATE SENATOR. TOB Allieslhave.tfn fact, been opera- week, 'preaching, one night each 19th Senatorial District ting since America entered the at our dfferent churches. J. K.1GAKNETT war, under assort of league of Mr. G. G. Reynolds is gaining of Adair County. friendship, bornlof war and held strength. Uncle Green McKinley is here Col. H. H. Denhardt has with- together by the necessity of realizing common hopes and mu oh his anual visit to his son and drawn from the race tual ideals. This association of with other relatives. He is near- and the Black forces are nations, held together by a com- ing the century mark.S but can mon purpose, fought the war to work quite a bit, t read without Dr. P. W. Bushong, of a victorious conclusion; and it is glasses and walk over the neighcounty, Ehasffiledliwith the this same league of friendship borhood visiting his relatives. Secretary of State as allRepubli-ca- n which dictated the terms of the Glensfork. candidateSforithelState Sen- armistice and is about to dictate busy, is this part ate in the 19th district. the termsof the world peace. Farmers are If such a resultfcan be achieved harvesting wheat. a Former Secretary of State Henry Hudson left last week by an informal and temporary Root, the brains of the, Re111. association of this character, for Jackosnville, publican party, says.that PresiThe party at Mr. Tandy Thomwhy should itnot be continued dent Wilson actedwithin legal Saturday night was in a more definite Sand binding as' last jights in withholding the peace all reported form; and what plausible reason laregly attended and league treaty Jfrom the United can be suggested for losing the a pleasant time. Lodgejand Borah States Senate. tremendous asset which the Joe Willis, son of Mr. and will throw up thefsponge in due Willis, of near this place, world has therebyjgained? time. The Presidents on his "All who love America should who has been oversea for some way home. short, furlough with take a solemn pride m support time spent a his parents recently and started It has been published in the ing the President and in urging last Sunday on his return trip Louisville papers that Gen. Jas. the ratification of the treaty so to Camp Norfork Va, where he Garnett's resignation as one of that ourjeountry may fulfill her will soon recieve his discharge. the attorneys gin the Bingham high destiny and bring enduring Mrs. Mary Wheat has been inheritance tax? suit, is in the peace to a liberated world." very sick for the last few days hands of Gov. Black, and that but is better at this writing. OzarK. the GovernorJ'will inform the Dr. Bart Helm, of Greensburg, other twoJifattorneys that their was at the bedside of his sister resignations would be accepta- We are having pretty weather. Mrs. M, L. Wheat a few days, tnaa Farmers progressing nicely ago. There is butllittle interest be- with their work, they are plowing Mrs. McMahan, of Columbia, over their corn this week, so as was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thos. ing manifestedjhere in the Democratic candidates for subord- to get ready to cut wheat next Taylor last Tuesday. inate placesnlthe State ticket. week, wheat is good in this Ben Kimbell, the Singer sewsection, corn also looks well, In fact, butSfewlif any of the ing machine agent, was through gardens are doing well. But the voters know thenames of the this county last week. fruit erop is a complete failure. candidates. We would like to Elbert Webb left last week Mrs. Z.T. Young, who has been see a list and'the.location of the for Louisville Ky. gentlemenjwhof are seeking posi-- v in poor health for so Iong does not improve, she is quite weak. Mrs. Maud Capshaw left retion on the ticket. Mrs. R. B. Reeves has been a cently for Michigan where she The race for the State Senate great sufferer, caused by sticking will join her husband Marion Capshaw who belongs to the in this district will'not warm to a nail in her foot. fever heat until after the priCarl, little son of Mr. ahd Mrs. Navy and is stationed there' mary. The district is a few hun- W. C. Bryant, has been real sick. W. B. Walker left last week dred Democratic, butJMr. J. R. Mrs. Tippica Montgomery, of for Louisville Bryce has just Dem- Columbia, is visiting at the home been discharged from service Garnett, who will bear the ocratic banner, JwillJJcarry more of her brother-in-laMr. T.J. he having been over sea. than the strengthfofi his party. Bryant. Miss Elsie Webb of Columbia The Democrats of the district must not lose!sightof the fact 4dair Goarvty NbtJs " ?- -- J fer A. "& Service, is the Nation'sSecret of Success. Your Ford guarantees your success only when you insist on it being repaired by efficient mechanics and gen-uiFord Parts. Think it over; you would not allow your Elgin watch repaired with anything but an Elgin repair, would you? Ford Service can only be had at garages that carry a omplete line of genuine Ford Parts and employ efficient mechanics to use these parts. The following Garages have signed service agreements with us and are carroying genuine Ford Parts: W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. - The demand for Ford Cars is Great, therefore, we would advise that you delay no longer in placing your order for Ford Cars with us. ne Post-offi- exist-isten- ce - THE BUCHANAN-LYO- N CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Incorporated CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Met-42gal- fe Eli-Tx- v t,..U, WYI F (IIIAI ITY AND VAI - !1F ..H. w "! A v Mrs-Osc- ar 4 Latest in Capts Waists, Plain and Fancy Dress SilKs. FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. Q 6 4 Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes. FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS andDAVENPORTS. Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. 4 PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. 4 Albin Murray Columbia, 404"6"6"0M0"6"QII6"91 - w - Kentucky "8"C"8"8"fr Next Door to The AairCounly NewfOffice. that Mr. Garnett is anxiou3 for every Democrat tolmake up his mind to vote at November AUTOMOBILE LINE . Columbia and Ga'mpbellsville Mail Car Ford Car 8 0$"C"6 WORLD PEACE. Pi ATT - V x SI. 50, Round Trip, $2.75 $2.00 Round Trip, S3.50 The National Democratic Committee met at Chicago during the last days of May. While it was in session Chairman spoke in part as follows: "The argument that the covenant is vague can be advanced 5against all the great documents B of history. The same assertion could' be made with reference to SI the Magna Charta, the Petition of rights, the Bill of rights, the Cum-mings Special Attention to Traveling Men On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to 'the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville.9:30 oNEs-gas - p. m. and 1 pm. W.E.NOE. (00000(1 -- ran, njovvo 3jou wwu a.uu'iv raftK. 3. J. C. Sublett sold his farm to is spending a few weeks with Rollin webb who lives near this Finis Cundiff and Mrs. Charity Moore for.$4.000, and has bought place. Oscar Sexton and family of near Bardstown. Mr. Sublett will move the 1st Crocus were visiting near here of July. last Srturday and Sunday. Wm Biggs. Esq., one of our Cane Valley. best citizens is in a low state of health, He has been failing for Mn and Mrs. Frank Rice, of the past six months. Campbellville, were visiting here Bern to the wife of Edgar Viers last week. 10 lb., son June 11. Wm. E. Hancock. Esq., has Mrs. Alice Hendrickson was been real sick for the past two called to Louisville last week weeks.Heis resting a little better toi&ee Mr. Ed her nreaeot. t (Hopewell, who died the next day ,w son-in-la- w, after her arrival. Mr. Hopewell was a mill man and at one time liveryman in Columbia. The farmers set all of their tobbaco crop last week which is the largest on record. Some are cutting wheat if nothing happens it will certainly be a bumper crop.the fruit is almost a failure, everything is b r i n g i n g fair prices and I can't find anything-tmake a kick. Eller. Farmers are well up with their work. Cropa are fcokiar well. Ceaeladedo page S ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ,, 5T. .' ,J 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 jf-"- Personals. Mrs. Kate Kemp, is not any batte r MU I S3!4 ..... , ?x. lyx - Tri 1,1 i SCTCT' iii w fl i Fill HBmbmMj mjm Lj Mnnlf! m h J Wi7T!TTT m lu, 111 n uui.nHHHlTlWlUUwBBBinMuminntllUBI'flP.HI! r iiI;,;U .M.flMl!B-;W-n ''. and is very weak. FREE Suspenders ALL X. NO 'BINDING' BlR MB " " CIRCULATION W UFA1R FROM NECK Judge T. A. Murrell, of Lo uisville' spent a few days ef last week in Columbia. Mrs. Nannie Flowers was quite sick the latter part of last week, but is JHyl 111 ll H III lutlltnimnl Hill i1 till ITlkf IHl lilirtlLUiniVl rill lTutllillHnilmliltmUHlU WlUInlllminutH ffllllHllittlllllmH 111 jmV ffXk TO FEET IH Ifl ' : are SEAMS JTRIPLE JTITCHED P m9 f m fc w 7I4 triple-lock-stitche- d, mv Mm m eVery detail has been t d m 1 conadered and perfect satisfaction is assured. It allows freedom of movement ana protects ,BRASS 'BUTTONS RIVETED TSfrTTjmVY REINFORCED ,str ai n i ECONOMY They are better They are cheaper The one piece suit is here to stay, the same as in underwear all progressive dealers have them. Our guarantee goes with every garment. Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- d. iir ull 'I rrn i f ' "MH lit 3IULir 1 Lr' i J much better at this writing. Mr. John D. Sharp and his daughter, Miss Myrtle, of Amandaville, were hopping in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Lawrence Crandell, of JFloridg, is visiting relatives in Columbia. He is a gradson of the late 'Squire John Eubank. Mrs. Wilburn Reynolds, of Louis, ville, visited her parents in this county last week. She was a Miss Tupman. 1111 H II 1 k J.flJli H llil H 111 111 i 111 Uf U - '- x " . , " ' ' . itli tl lllf II II IllIIJtfII.J.11 Itllllil lillll tfilllltl riTxI III liti III rfflllTi IJfll Itlll'fil III Iflfl il 111 tB IIHIiJwIlllMiflLlllfill! n ' in k it I '! i. ffWilii ' ' l''ll'IIIIH!'m11111111111"1' 1 I ffllt-- f &- Ijjijljjjjf ' ? . know how you had "flu." That Voueasily tired feeling.feltyou who have after the least exertion You are "all in" the i!.::.i.;nTivuAjn JL Just Kuth Stapp, who taught in High School, Falmouth, Ky., rethe turned to her home, Monteplier, last Miss ;::::'-il-l Wednesday. Miss Euth Hines, who is a student in Eandolph Macon College, Ya, arrived last week, to spend the summer ( - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. - with her mother and sisters. Mr. Gordon Montgomery and Mr. W. A. Coffey, of the Columbia bar, Distributed by J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Incorporated Kentucky. Louisville Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. C. Borders Campbellsville, Ky. were at Jamestown circuit court Monday. Also Mr. T. E. Stults. Dr. E. Y. Hindman, who is a graduate of Center College, attended the Centenial celebration of this noted im tT Mil mL. 1 1 Its action is alterative and reconstructive. It enables the body to rid itself of the poisons left by the "flu." It tones up your system :t, .:? and very quickly you find yourself looking better and feeling better. ; Mlllllili r mt vigor returns. You feel like yourself once more. fc.:i:.:!:'ii lour e X'WMm iittVlKV The reason that Devonia is so helpful, not only after the WMti flu," but in so many other human ailments, is that it contains those elements which, as far back as human knowledge goes MaMy v L into the past, have been recognized as helpful to the human MM? system-- . By drinking Devonia regularly a tablespoonful j ii:::'jrSRQiatter are ever going to get well again. That is because you have not been drinking Devonia, the American Medicinal Mineral "Water. Really wonderful are the reports that have come to us entirely unsolicited of the way Devonia has helped people thQ seems as if you cannot get your strength back. "Weeks and months sometimes have gone b; till you wonder if you :::::! h .".".".T.-- :::!?:::? :';: ;.;.i.;.pj "nu." mm mmmm I I old-tim- 1 n If KB mtlX. COM,, SKi in a glassful of water decayed food elements which have ''.'.:H acted as poisons in the body are loosened and carried off. S!!!!:!!i It is their presence in the bowels which, have in many cases retarded and even prevented complete recovery. Devonia is known and indorsed by the medical profession, and is prescribed by leading physicians everywhere-. UHiixn tvzztct a ruiD ccsaj instution last week. Mr.JLawrence Sullivan, of Eussells Springs, who received his diploma from Georgetown College a few weeks ago. met his many Columbia friends last Friday. Rev. J. A. Goodman has been in rather a precarious condition for the past week. He is quite an aged man but being ready for his Master's call his affiictioos are patiently borne. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery has not been doing as well as her folks would like, and Sunday she and her husband left for Louisville where she will again be treated. Mr. B. E. Eowe and wife and Miss Yic Hughes accompanied them to Lebanon. Mr. Tyler Y. Chandler, of Hillsboro, Texas, father of Miss Anna Mildred Chandler and brother of Mrs. Eollin Hurt, arrived last Friday and will spend several weeks here. Tyler is popular with all Columbia, hence the whole town was glad to see him. Mr. John E- - Price, a native of this county, and at one time a merchant in Columbia, visited his many friends and relatives last week. He is now a citizen of Franklin, Ky. He has reached the age of 84, but is a well preserved man. TAent. G. B. Patterson. Picnic, who went overseas and spent a good deal nf time in Germany, arrived in Columbia last Wednesday night. He was accompanied to this place by Jas. Lewis, OwenPulham and Wallace Bennett, wno have been employed by the Goverment atJeffersonville, Ind. Mr. Hiram Wilson, who left Adair county fourteen years ago for Ohio, was here last week on a visit When he went to Ohio he left a sweetheart here, Miss Tina Blakey, and on June the 5th he was married te her. She accompanied her husband on his retnrn trip. Car-thaee. nitPALWATtnj gKssfisnir t,w'"" wn 1.1 tBSgSTO. mu Direct from the FS&e&tiMVt i J . (- uovmwM TROPICS-- It's Fit for the KINGS. WAXATAN is classed as the mostdesirable coffee ever pre- ConfoH 4v ffao A nnilQfl 4fflAa Ainr nn w.. 1nivi IivK4centered ierry of uniform size. This coffee comes to you 100 per cent pure not mixed or blended it is so heavw ladened with that ironical flavor, uossessine such de- ' licious fragrance and aroma that it should justly be termed the coffee Iu-cio- irioll Take a Tablespoonful of Devonia to a Glassful of water. iBI VB 1 9f tions, Hardening of the Arteries, High Blood Pressure, Eczema and similar skin diseases has been demonstrated ;;;;; tf tune and again, !! in Hiiiiiiii Devonia comes to you just as Mother Na- :::;;; ... n nil ture skillfully compounded it in her own labo Win ratory, a thousand feet underground. It is ''"I jJ altered or condensed in any way. '.'.lz That is why it is so good for '!!.; It is nature-madyou. So heavily laden is it with natural remedies 'w'-t'BBtiIJjiliiwBf that, as we have said, a tablespoonful in a glass of water is enough to take at a time in most in f stances. Thus a dose costs you only about a cent and a half, making it the cheapest remedy you can :j:l:jj: ' not-change- Its effectiveness in cases of Constipation, Rheumatic Affec- Siii;.;.;- i d, e. if :if uu-y- . Devonia is to be had at most drug stores in the city. If you are desirous of knowing more about this wonderful medicinal water, write for our booklet, ' ' The Story of a "Well Man. ' ' Perhaps the facts it relates may have an important message for you. Use the coupon. CO., Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky. . !!'! ..?;? 'A'M :::tt M r?($VM i i. z? .?&. r mmmmsmm ffissr sfsr 5? v. ;.&TjrKaHrniia.airifHsL: i"'r ..- hi ffT' nsmanauiniiV.iM mz.'KKm.iKKKMmxKryjTa mWrnWfR tMmmy&tewxrfr, I r o I fh.., "SUPREME 2 .clear v-vv- One cup of this rich, m in " aroma-lade- n coffeo ir rm -ill Am JUT s bi -n -"- -.- - w ..- i t'-i- i -- ' r- - si ir?-- L aeusnc you I. ..Jill- - 1 a ). s. la lit I IT. V'l jujha2 . i wil1. certainly THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING on the line below.) NAME ADDRESS Gentlemen: Please send me your booklet, "The Story of a Well Man." (If you are a sufferer from any of the diseases mentioned in the above ad., please write it Building Louisville Office: 1415 Executive Offices: Owensboro, JCy. Laboratories, Cleveland, Ohio Springs and Bottling Plant, Lorain, Ohio. Inter-Southe- VETERINARY DR. J. W. RAFFERTY J. Zinsmeister ROASTED EXCLUSIVELY BY & Sons,ncorpor.tea Louisville, Ky. R. C. WOULD YOU Like Some Real Fine Old Fashion Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by Campbellsville, Ky. Borders ounty Live Stock Inspector Pellyton, Kentucky BLANKETS, LINSEY, proinnifflHmmimmmmminmmmmmmmminmn! m uxv-Ace- iv ! ene we miner nt m m m m m m JEANS, YARN, &., jj nt m Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and we will save younoney. .We weld cast iron, brass, bronze, copper, and all other kinds of metal. .Fr t OF OneBroB Bsurfcon Poultry RemecV m AH Grades of Machine Work m m m m m Mr. Geo. F. Walford, who has been We are prepared to do all kinds of machine work, no matter how large or small. Iff jj Auto and Tractor Repairing: We are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor W j work and guarantee satisfaction on alll work. !!! , m m m m m m m ! I m in the service and who went across, and was in several battlesj is now at home, having arrived last Saturday. He is looking the picture of health, and says that his trip to Europe is worth a good deal to him, bub he has no inclination to again cross over. He was given the glad hand by all his many friends. WAEl A few drops in the drinking water cures fiATOIP and prevents white UxJL Juk9 diarrhoea, cholera and other chicle diseases. One COc bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. Pint bottle, price $1.20, makes 33 callcns. At druggists, or sent by mail postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store The colored instute for county will be held in Columbia, beaennine July 21st. It will be conducted by Prof. J. W. Bell, a colored educator of Earlington, Ky. Adair suburbs of Made from the best selected WOOL? Just send us 15 or 20 pounds of WOOL by.' INSURED MAIL for a trial. . It will only cost 25 or 30 cents to send it 150 miles. It's- fair the cheapest way to ship small shipments. We get hundreds of pounds of wood by maik The wool MUST BE DRY, WELL WASHED and PICKED. Send instructions in a letter. Pack the wool tightly in a small bag, securely tagged and addressed to - FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS. . m Ht i . E. L." REESE, Manager,. W m m K05ifne iuii X. PiiiEtinIrlN AffnAU;n uuimiusuci ifiauiiiic --- JUUU CUaM Machinists-Deal- ers fit J j CAMPBELLSVILLE, w in Hardware, Automobile Suplies, and All Kinds pi Machinery. ii f JEWELRY I know the the Latest Bracelet Styles in all Kinds of Jewelry, Consisting of Ladies Gold Engraved Silver. Watches, Lavallieres, Vanity Card Cases in Plain or The Latest Styles in Men's Belts, and Silver Belt Buckles. Vanity and Envelope I have also received a New Line of Ladies . Leather Bags. , " Before Buying Do M jail to Inspect Them. I am careful in selecUng my Stock of JEWALRY, because people want the best. I have just received a new line of L HHHIiHHHBniHmHHHnnilHHHHHHHi P. O. Jamestown r Kys KENTUCKY, ffl n!!n!!!I!!I!!!!!n!ffln!!Hn!n!!!!?!!ffl!!!ffl!!nnfflfflfflfflfflfflJiJ Optometrist. residence in Columbia, is for sale Alva Grider, B. O., Optometrist, or rent. It isa 5 room cottage, good Jamestown, Ky., office room, 19 Patterson Bldg.j Monday, Saturday and garden and lot and out buildings. all public days. tf. Mrs. Zora Howe 33-2- b LADIES' and QEN LBMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Present PROMPT SERVICE ANB SATISFACTION. My ii .i L. E. YOUNG, Jeweler, .Kentucky; ratomHix. j '.-.-- WA '-- JAMES' EDWARDS, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. Wf-'MMMMMMMMMMMMMmMMmmKtmWmMm2r '- - i 'Ml r 6 A ADAIR COUNTY NEWS To Play Great Organ at the Methodist Centenary t32j"tjg-ft$r She Followed the Line We Sent Over the Rhine The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $3.75 3 Ply $2.75 2 PW $3.10 I 2 Ply $2.25 FLOROID ' Ply $2.50 Wagons, Harness, Bridle. and Breeching. Hs"jf'SGfP ii- ? v"i. Fertilizer: t GRASS SEEDS Best Grade at From $1.50 to $2.26.' Cooking Ranges and Stoves 'v FRESH MEAT, STAPLE -" T-'r-- and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. r 'triMrTrMMMriTrff TwrrtMisisMTr rrrfcT iti RS. MONTGOMERY LYNCH of The familiar figure in blue uniform and poke bonnet is back home to serve, after four years in khaki with the boys "Over There." Salvation Army lassies served old fashioned American dough nuts in the front line trenches, and nc.v that the war is over they will be found again in the slums and dark places of ur great cities, ready to give a helping hand to men, women and child'vn "io rft on the down grade. The Salvation Army Home Service Can--- .. Kentucky, outside of Louisville and Jefferson county, opens 'June 2J, to i ot ne week. Pa Seattle will' play the great ?50.- 000 organ In the presentation of "The Wayfarer," the magnificent pageant of the Methodist Centenary Celebration, In Columbus, O., June 20 to July 13. Montgomery Lynch, her husband, will direct the chorus of 1,000 voices, which is a part of the pageant. oaN4'and Druggets. Fnrniture Carpets, REDUCED FARE . Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Bookers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line ADDS INTEREST Visitors to Methodist Centenary to Be Well Cared For. REGISTRATIONS INCREASE HISS BOOTH, IN RAGS, to fe fe jsa Pa fsi Pa AIDED LONDON POOR WILSON ENDORSES SALVATION ARMY. Salvation . . Commander, Disguised, Roamed Through Slums to Study Intimate Prob- Iems of East End Unfortunates Army Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa President Wilson, burdened as he is, found time to cable his endorsement of the Salvation Army Home Service Fund Campaign, for Kentucky outside of Louisville and Jefferson county, which will be conducted during the week of pa Pa June The telegram: 123-3- 0. Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Sewing Machines, Clocks, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OF, EACH MONTH. ON founder of the Salvation "Army, has P jglven her life to the service of the Pa IpDor and the unfortunate. Few per- Pa Pa sons, if any, know she went about in Pa fts Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Hiss Evangeline Booth, daughter of fe Ps the late General William Booth, Pa ra Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Booth, Pa Personal, Salvation Army. Pa 120 West Fourteenth street, Pa New York: Pa Pa I am very much interested Pa to know that the Salvation Pa Army is about to enter into a Pa campaign for a sustaining Pa fund. I feel that the Salvat- Pa ion- Army needs no commen- P dation from me. The love Pa and gratitude it has elicited Pa from the troops is a sufficient Pa evidence of the work it has Pa done, and I feel that should Pa not so much commend as to Pa congratulate it Cordially and Pa sincerely yours, Pa WOODROW WILSON. Pa Pa Commander Miss E. I Housing Committee of the Celebration Have More Than Forty Thousand Rooms In Private Homes at Their Disposal, Where Those Wno Attend Can Be Lodged as Convlently as at a Hotel. " PaPaPmPaPaPsPaPa Pa "OUT OF LOVE" CLUB UNIQUE ORGANIZATION Members Are Girls Rescued by Salvation Army ASj'''39BBBjBflB? i?l $ j JSBSflflflflfll JEvangeline ithe Booth, Commander of the Salvation Army in the United States. East End of London disguised in Tags that she might help the unfor-tunatWhen her father stood erect amid a storm of abuse and even physi- e. cal violence she stood beside him. She knows how the poor suffer she has suffered with them. She knows there still remains in the wreck d of a dissolute man a spark of that will kindle a redeeming flame, because she has fanned many flickering sparks until her patient has regained his feet She now heads the :Salvation Army in the United States at the great moment of its career. The old time slurs xmd doubts have been b&nlshed. During the week of June 23-3- 0 the Salvation Army will appeal Jto the people of Kentucky for, lunds program. to carry out its af Contribute to the Salvation Army Re-JK&me Service Fund Campaign. smber, to the Salvation Army "A an May Be Doa, but He's Never be-ara- se man-.ihoo- The "Out of LoVe" Ciub is one of the important club organizations maintained by the Salvation Army in this country. In every large city where thi're is a Salvation Army corps girls who have been helped hack into the normal pace of a workaday world are proud of the membership in this club. Disappointed, loveless girls who do not forget kindnesses shown them in their hour of greatest need give out of love to help other girls receive the same friendliness. In a simple, quiet way, this unique idea" has been maintained for over 20 years. In every large city in the country There are girls who have needed the ministrations of the Salvation Army. After they have been helped and sent on their way again they become life members of this club if they so desire. Only girls are admitted who have given a good account of themselves for at least one month in the positions found for them hy the Salvation Army after their release from a hospital or home. These girls pledge themselves to keep alive the spirit of friendliness and home "which the Salvation Army has spread among them. The girls are expected to dress in a plain, simple way, and avoid in any sense of the word gaudy or tawdry clothing. Gossiping or tale bearing is tabooed. If members of the club transgress this rule they are liable to suspension for a month or longer. The "Out of Love Club" is one of the many activities "that will benefit by the success of the Sal vation Army House Service Fund Campaign for Kentucky June 23-30. Announcement by the government that a special low rate of one and a third fares for the round trip has been authorized for the celebration, Columbus, O., June 20 to July 13, has tremendously increased the interest in that event and advanced manifold the inquiries and registrations coming from all parts of the United States. At headquarters the other day a single mail brought cash registrations from 14 separate states and South America. The low rate has increased work for the special committees, which are responsible for housing the large influx of visitors now seen to be certain. Accommodations fall into three classes: First, the hotels, which have an average daily capacity of 5,000 visitors. The second field of accommodation will be In public buildings, which have been specially fitted up for this sort of service for the celebration. These include the State School for the Blind, the State School for the Deaf, the large barracks which were provided at Ohio State university for the student army training corps, and other buildings of a similar nature held in reserve should fhe throng exceed even present generous expectations. The third line of convenience for the hospitality of Columbus is in the homes of the citizens themselves, ore than 40,000 rooms have been -- cTaigmg COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. J Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night NELL & CHEATHAM, Chau. The principal cause of disagreement upon it was probably the spelling. The price of corn may fluctu- DLl IJLt DHOrJL, $ THAN SORRY, ate wildly inS May, but if the corn itself stands steady in July and August it is all we can ask of Providence. During the last two years it has once more been demonstrated that "Let fall to each what may befall.fcThe farmer he must t It is better to have it and not need it Than to need it and not have it. - t - ib&, telephone nuMwr and best feed them all." means of access, valors to the Celebration can be lodg&d as conveniA position in the League of ently as a cLerk at a hotel assigns a visitor to his room. In G!Ur that Nations is probably a good thing there might be no mlBUastkndipB, the committee in charge- luis a uni to keep America in peace. But p form rate for accojpmctdjMJefis Ip would charge yrtil be universal military training dwellings. The firi-vat- G. R. REED, MEE AND LIFE INSURANCE, $ Columbia, - -- . -- - - Kentucky. :$ 4SX$ be a better one. All Sorts. -- ter-'th-w- ar W remem"The little May-da- y brance sent to Federal Judge Why is near beer so far from Landis of Chicago was quite beer? He blows up freIf Italy gets it, there will be quently enough without the aid one Fiume of garlic. of a bomb. " Japan's beautiful manners do Russia has issued an ultima not prevent her from being an tum against Roumania, and it expert grabber, We will perhaps be effective. Blessed are the inconspicuous! have occasionally known Ma to It is true they are ovorburdened issue an ultimatum against Fa, with bouquets, but neither 'do and s'he has nearly always gainthey receive bombs, ed her point. Mother, who are those People going aboutwith a Wide Smile? "The brewers are all turning to My dear, those are the persons the manufacture of ice cream; who subscribed to the Victory What if they should forget and Loan. use some of their former ingre peace conference finally The ditnts? 'Beer.iee cram would came to an agreement (on Kina v ry. probably become instantly and HENRY W. DEPP, universally popular. DENTIST We understand that the last Am permanently located in Co, war of all was at an end. Then lumbia. what is all this about the Rou- All Classes of Dental work done. Crow Jie and Inlay work a Specialty J! and manian army in Buda-PeAll Work Guaranteed sending troops to Office: next door to post office. Fiume and the Russian Bolshe-vik- i opening their spring, drives? st Jugo-Slavi- a, Children that are affected by worms are pale and sickly and liable to contract some fatal disease. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms promptly .and pats the child on the road to health. Sold by Paull Drug Adv. Co. AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIRland ADJOINING OUNTIES Italy backed down as to Fiume and is conceded certain of the Dalamatian Islands. Bill will ahortly.be introduced in congress for an investigaVA J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. tion of war expenses. Victory Loan Bonds sold on "New York Stock Exchanf for par. ADAIR COUNT? N'SWS iCerta Certain-tee- d " teea fljBv Section 1319 of the law, provision is made for a fine of $1000.00 or imprisonment for a year, or both, in cases of persdnsjyho represent increase in selling price as due to tax imposed, when the increase is greater than the amount which musl actually be paid as tax. Teething babies always have a hard time of it when this process occurs in hot weather. They nob only have to contend with painful gums but the STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything vvitfi butter.oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have resular sick headache. I had used pi Is and tablets but after a course of these, I would be constipated It lust f0 f l found wey were ?ft my s2.ma at my trouble. I heard a &I SSSi "V THEDFORD'S BUCK-DRAUGH- T recommended very highly, so began to use renders a war service. Certain-tee- d saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have ?w use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, stomach is disordered, bowels loose and the body "uncomfortable. The best help you can give the little sufferer is McQEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets the bowels and helps digestion. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Adv KL fm-a??ubI- I?P l m t5e h0,ue Soarksville. We arp. Tiavincr qnmo nioo trroo. economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum, time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less time than any other type of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d TCf, as Ither for work and the farmers are plowing corn and preparing tobbaco ground. Rev. J. B. Mahoffey.of Covington, Ky delivered an inter- Black-Draught acts on !PV more-- " liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys-ff- cj mced,?,Ile s0UId be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today If S!sh' Pricea dose tonight. You will feel frVsht" 25c a package. All druggists. e s the best made. I do not have sick Jieadache or a11 the time- - I it It cured ONE CENT A DOSE 0 73) proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof (Jor I factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, varehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc r rjfafl IL "" wK i ATI "J Guaranteed ,5. 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing Office & Warehouses in Principal Cities of America Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d mmSporting Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, s. 1"I SANDERS & CO. CAMPBELLSVILLE. yrn esting discourse at Antioch last Sunday was a week. The Decoration at Morris Chapel in the morning and at Moss graveyard in the afternoon of last Friday was largely at tended. Rev. Granvil Jaggers delivered an interesting discourse at each place, Goods Mrs. Bell Dooly and Mrs. Dixie Bicycles, Sparks, of Jeffersonville, Ind spent several days .with their many friends at this place. They returned last Webne3day accompanied by Mr. Ollie Page and family and Mr. Valas Doo-le- y and family. 'We hope them KENTUCKY. success in all 'their undertakings. Golden Rule: ''Do unto others as Mrs. Sarah Baker's relations you would be "done by ."Christand many friends surprised her ian World. by setting her ' birthday dinner. May the 22nd. It was her fifty Wanted. third bithday. Carpenters, Boat Builders, Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipefitters and Painters for work on high class yachts and phonograph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops are sanitary, light and steam-heateThe Matthews Company, Port Clinton, Ohio. b d. The School Book Decision When attorneys in the State Text Book case represented to How Plesiding Elder .Hegard Got His Start. Mrs. Mollie Coomer,' of Grady-vill- e, wife of Mr. Bill Coomer, departed this life May 11th after 28-7- MYERS-BARGB- R - Readers of the Sun, take my Under the new revenue law advice and give your fullest atWHOLESALE AND now effective dealers must collect tention to every phase of this RETAIL MILLERS a tax of one cent for each matter which may be brought 25 cents or fraction thereof of out that you may ascertain with the price of all toilet articles how much thought, and how FLOUR IS THE STAFF OF LIFE Secretary of war Baker a3ks (except toilet soaps and toilet much . anxiety for the young THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE for an army of 509,000 to be resoap powders) and a tax at the boys and girls of Kentucky 40 Years in the milllbusiness enables us to make the very REST and rate on proprietary medicines of our duced when conditions changetMr. Toll Coomer moved from the chief treasures PUREST. We don't use anything but the best of wheat in These taxes aire to be collected this place to Gradyville. Every- Commonwealth this work of by the use of stamps etc. The making our Flour. body was sorry to see Mr. and book selecting has been done! WELL DRILLER stamp must be affixed to each All who have charge of any Mrs. Coomer leave. Our best We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our phase of the education of the I will drill wells in' Adair and article. by the vendor, the cost of wishes go with them. which SHALL BE reimbursed to. little children of Kentucky adjoining counties. See me be Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. Services at Antioch last Sun- whether school teachers, superb the vendor By the purchaser. In fore contracting. Latest im- .. 'We give our special attention to exchange and otner words, it is the intention of day by Granvil Jaggers was intendents, or any one else, proved machinery of all kinds? the law that this tax must be largely attended and the church have committed to them the Pump Repairing Done. GiYfj? custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound pridelesg borne by the consumer and that was greatly edified by his inter- which the wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. me a Call. esling discourse. the stamp must be affixed by the State of Kentucky can give. But it is up to you, gentle retailer at the time the sale is Mr. C. C. Rowe, Jr., our up-tC. YATES made and the price charged for date stock . dealer's trade has reader and to me, to see how Columbia, the preparation must not include been on the boom for the past that is executed. And if we MYER-BARGE- R Kentucky. stand for even careless or hasty the stamp,butthe consumer must two weeks. pay for the stamp as required by execution of or perfunctory A regular morning operation of tha Veterinary. SreM and DmUsI the law. The law specifically bowels puts you in fine shape for the such duties, it were better, as were Special attention given Diseases of all,e provides that the price pf the day's work. If you miss it you feel He said, that a mill-stoIf Yhi Want to Be Loed. Don't repeat gossip, even if it article be raised because of this uncomfortable and cannot put vim in- hanged about our necks and Domestic Animals your movements. For all bowel ir- that we were drowned .in the tax in any amount exceeding the to does interest a crowd. Office atRasidenca, 1 mile of town, OQ Dont contradict people, even if Don't jeer at any religious amount of the stamp whicn is regularities HERBINE is the remedy. depths of1 the sea! Versaillie3 Jamestown-road- . ,, you are sure you are right. required. In other words, the tax It purifiies, strengthens and regulates Sun. helief. Adv. Sold by Paull Drag Co. Dont be inquisitive about the Phone 114 G. Learn to hide your, aches and one cent on a 25. cent article affairs of even your most intimate-frienNotice. pams under a pleasant.smile. Few brings the price up to 26 cents, Columbia Kv Canadian soldiers urge Parliaand you are not permitted to col- ment to .enact legislation to settle W. B. Helm, dentist, of Greenburg, care whether you have an Done underrate uun pecause headache or rheumatism.eara'che, lect more than that amount, as we the strike in Winnipeg and other will extract teeth with gas.. ' you don't possess ic Dr. Dr. W. B. Helmj Learn to attend to your own understand the law. The Govern r Canadian cities. The labor situa- Don't believe that Greensburg, Ky. business- - a very important point. mentdoes not permit under this j tion is acute and industry is at a TDJfcUN.'l'ISjT. else is happier than you. ' law profiteering with the tax as standing. According to reports OFFICE m. . .Do not try to be anything R!leticeU23-else ' Don't conclude that you never salt's edu- a basis or excuse and any attempt from many parts of the country Part of the t e OFFICE: SecondSFlearbut a gentleman or a gentlehad f"u ror!j-- i i i , i to .extort a profit from customers the strike may grow by unions in cation is notr- available for the Car. Main aa$D?eeC3s ' v v woman; and uiiti line who n -Dw. 3 ghilo'r." He Can no loncrer a haa a consideration tor the whole, under a gui&e of collecting a tax,v cother cm joining in support of niodpfri oAMP3KraLvxtJOB, A- 'her. :.? inin brace. TnrwkMi(!tQnnoiJ and whose life is'governed by tha will be svrely;,pumshadf and in the Winnipeg" workers. ' ' COMPANY ? New Proprietary Tax 9 i i i being in bad health for some time. She was 58 years old she professed her faith in Christ about 20 years ago and joined the Methodist church and lived a true christian until the end. Rev. Granvil Jaggers conducted the funeral services. After the fueral her remains were inter-e-3 in the Antioch cemetery. Our sympathy extends to the bereaved husband and relations and many friends. Robert L Stout that twenty-si- x firms would be financially effected by reopening the school book- question, the Judge replied that he was very sorry, but that the school children must also be considered. It is said that the contracts so carelessly tossed over to certain firms will amount to $6,000,000 in five years. This did not awe Judge Stout, because he realized that the six millions would come out of the pockets of the people of Kentucky, and that their right to be considered was above every other right. The Judge looked past the buisness men with fingers already closing over the big money and saw the thousands and thousands of little school children of Kentucky saw poor and ambitious boys every construggling, with ceivable drawback, to get an education and he considered their interest first! God bless - Judge him! Not many people who know our Donular Presiding Elder Rev. W. P. Hogard know that he began his career as a country editor, in the hills of Clinton He started a paper at Albany the county seat of Clinton. He bought him a country 'Campbell press, at that time a fine press. He had never seen one, but he set up .that press, no little job for experienced machinist and had it running in le3s than a week. He did not know the boxes in type case and of course had never set a line of type, but he learned and not only wrote the matter for his paper but put it in print. While he was publishing his country weekly he printed a 200 page book and bound it handsomely. It wa3 there? in' print shop he learned hi3 patience and contracted the habit of doing things, which enabled him to put over the top the centenary drive in the Elizabethtown Disrrict, He said he never was a printer's devil but he felt like one many a time, while he was trying to make a living in a printing office. E Town News. - d. a a a ..... fc wKiijjim d. i We Solici Your Pa ronage. o J. CO., L,. H, Jones ne - .' . . Elam Harris - 25-3- m . K old-tim- --- " $ , ni-a- ns . ''.''", t r. .. . .. , " ' . " V' x - 'U VV ' I ... . 4 a rr.l ir tntt ) . M K THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS felt like being even able to do simplest of my household duties. By SHERIFF'S 5ALE. ASSERTS WORK Woodlawn avenue, down women," tftac recently recovered from an Trutona is now being introduced long duration through use and explained in Columbia at Paull ,of Trutona. Drug Co. Adv. suffered from nervous indigestion, fsocfitipation and loss of appetite for a Fou Sale: house on First tlOKg time," she said. "I was so nsr-vo- North Street, five minutes walk from at times that it was difficult for Post Office and Church. Good well, to tolerate the presence of my rice stable, plenty of shade trees. Price others in the house. I couldn't reasonable. Apply to G. Wr Hanrcleep and would often just wander cock, at Herald office, Campbellsville, unround the' house at night, 1 never for price and ternis. 31-- "But I feel like a woman made PROVED BURDEN over again since taking two bottlea of Trutona. This splendid medicine has accomplished the most wonderful re ' fs. GulnnSt Nervous Life was sults in my case, helping ma in every way, My husband thinks trutona has Aimsst URcndarable-Tr- uperformed miracles forme. I think tOM Changed Her. it is the most wonderful medicine in the world. I wouldn't be without a bottle of Trutona in the house. It OiauisvIHe, Ky., June 17. Mrs,. does everything that is claimed for TL&oa Guinn, a n Louisville it, aiding weak, nervous and run -- Virtue of Exeoutlon 2Jo 2090 directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Offics of the Adair Circuit Court, in favor of F. M. Carter against Sunrise Oil Co., I or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday the 7th day of July 1919, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door in Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, expose to Public Sale, to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, Interest, and costs), The Mineral and Oil right is a tract of land lying on Leatherwood creek, in Adair county, Ky., and Hambounded by the lands of ilton, Ab Pullium and the Heirs of S. R. Walker, deceased. The surface of said land being owned by David Kin-nairbut the Mineral and Oil right being owned by the Sunrise Oil Co., to-wi- t: and levied on as the property of Sunrise' Oil Co. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a Kepi evin bond. Witness my hand, this 9th day of June, 1919. 3t To My Customers. Markets. Louisville, June. 16 Cattle Prime export steers 813.0013.50; heavy ihip-in- g heifers $8.50 12.50;fatcows $8 0011.50; medium $11 12.; cutters $5.256.00;canners I55.25 bulls S7.9.50; feeders $912 00;stbck ers 87.00 to 511.00 choice milch cow3 tS5110; medium $6583; common 11; well-know- vwecnan of 2514 tI us hus-baad.- or d, tf There' seems to be a growing tendency to return goods with no excuse, except the customer has decided they do not want them. Hereafter I am going to ask you to isake up your mind, while inspecting the article whether you want it or not ai it is against the rules of my store to take back goods Cortez Sanders, Sheriff, A. C. without some very sound reasons for 34-doing so. Thanking the good people helping to make my store what It STRGEONS agree that in cases of for is. lam Respectfully, Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the W. I. Ingram, Columbia, Ky. FIST TREATMEMT is most impor- June 2, 1919. 32-tant. When an EFFICIENT antiIf you have the itch, don't scratch. septic is applied promptly, there is no It does not cure the troublejand makes danger of infection and the wound the skin bleed Apply BALLARD'S Rub it in gento heal at once. For use on man SNOW.LINIMENT. parts. It relieves or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL tly on the affected itching instantly and a few applicaand HEALING ANTISEPTIC tions removes the cause thus perform; AGENT. Sold by Paull Drug Co. ing a permanent cure. Sold by Paull ' Adv. t Drug Co. Adv 3t 12.13; light $10 I5065. Receipts 235 head. Prices 75c higher. Best veals $15.0015.25 medium 10.0015 OOjcommon 6H).00 Hogs Receipts 2,882 head. Prices 25c higher. Best hogs 165 lbs and up 21.00 120 to 165 lbs $20.00 120 lb3 down $18.40 throwouts $19.00 down. . Sheep and head no changes were noted in prices; beat sheep $7.75(28.., bucks $7 down; best lanbs $1818.55;seconds $1414.50 Butter Country 3539c lb. Eggs Fresh, case count candled 35c to 36C Calves Lambs-Recelpts,19- be-gi- ns 42 "Partial List of Delighted Allen's Princess Range Users". Kea.W. H. Young, Willowtown, Ky. Geo. Stults, Columbia, Ky. G. W. Dabney, Campbellsville, Ky. L. R. Hayes, Hatcher, Ky. W. L. Click, Burdick, Ky. S. C. yood, Campbellsville, Ky. R. W. Anderson, Camp Knox, Ky. " S. L. Phillips, Mannsville' Ky. B. T. Wayne, Saloma, Ky. " " -- I. G, Thomas, Campbellsville, Ky. " W. T. Ttubbs, Coburg, Ky. D. E. Vance, Hatcher, Ky. Bo wen, Campbellsville, L. F. Weatherford, Mannsville, Ky. L. G. Wilcox, Exie, Ky. T C. Prescott, Campbellsville, Ky. C. W. Cox, Merrimac, Ky. S: R. Dills, Hatcher, Ky. W. R. Allen, Coburg, Ky. J. A. Whitney, Coburg, Ky. Guy fl. Smith, Campbellsville, Ky. "" - - ' X L. " -- Ky. " CM. " "tf -- ''" "" -- '' ct " -. rt (i .st ff -- ts . (t - (f Durham, Campbellsville, Ky. F. G. Lewis, Spurlington, Ky. F. Tryon, Spurlington, Ky. C. H. Graves, Campbellsville, Ky. J. A. Harger, Campbellsville, Ky. T. J. Estes, Saloma, Ky. Woodson Kerr, Campbellsville, Ky. J. I. Caulk. Campbellsville, Ky. John Roberts, Campbellsville, Ky. S. T. Campbell, Hatcher, Ky. "Ed Warren, Mac, Ky. S. H. Moss, Bengal, Ky. J. S. Hedgespeth, Campbellsville, Ky. B. J. Kkaggs, Campbellsville, Ky. "F..H, S'dreves, Hatcher, Ky. J. A. Lewis, Knifley, Ky. J. H. Crouch, Campbellsville, Ky. Roy Willock, Campbellsville, Ky. .S. D. Caulk, Campbellsville, Ky. 3. L. Miller, Hatcher, Ky. Ada Pepper, Mac, Ky. B. F. Sweeden, Merrimac, Ky. V. A. Russell, Campbellsville, Ky. R. L. Marshall, Campbellsville, Ky. W. D. Newberry, Campbellsville, Ky. J. M. Sapp, Hatcher, Ky. Chas. Hobson, Campbellsville, Ky. , L. J. Phillips, Campbellsville, Ky. k r T iPlaa Whett Y OU boys ESSJIHHIHIBHHHV me di'or "put over" the big job linow the value of vio have coci equipment in producing results, anci saving time and labor. home equipment Remember this fact when you buy A large part of a housewife's time is spent in the kitchen, where she works to produce results that will make you happy at mealtimes. It is therefore up to you to give her the best kitchen equipment a range that will give the best cooking results at a minimum of labor. N. D. Phillips, Burdick, Ky. E. L. Gowdy, Campbellsville, Ky. H. Lewis, Knifley, Ky. C. V. Heistand, Campbellsville, Ky. C. L; Campbell, Merri mac, Ky. Leonard Phillips, Bengal, Ky. W. A. Chandler, Campbellsville, Ky. Clem Keltner, Campbellsville, Ky. D. Knifley, Knifley, Ky. G. T. Atchley, Burdick, Ky. J. M. Rodger3, jCampbellsville, Ky. A. S. White, Bnrdick, Ky. T. B. Hazard, Campbellsville, Ky. J. T. Sublett, Romine, Ky. F. J. Clark, Speck, Ky. J. A. Murrah, Campbellsville, Ky. W! W. Newton, Campbellsville, Ky. T. W. Buchnnan, Campbellsville, Z. H. Harmon, Casey Creek, Ky. R. F. Young, Saloma, Ky. B. E. Cook, Campbellsville, Ky. L. M. Mitchell, Campbellsville,. Ky. Al;LBN "S'MMmcRss COPPER vT7 RANCrES BEARING. Ky. take the drudgery out of kitchen work, because they are dependable and have so many exclusive features for saving time and labor. &j&i: C. B. Whitney, Hatcher, Ky. W. A. Humphress, Knifley, Ky. W. B. Trotter, Campbellsville, Ky. B. W. Warren, Mac, Ky. W jff A1- - Wims&fi Cleanliness Convenience Durability thai is the secret o'f Princess Ganges in a nutshell. Thousands of happy housewives are nowsatisfiedusers. Be sure to examine the Princess before buying a range. Write for our free, illustrated catalog and name of nearest Princess agent. THE BUCHANAN-LYOIncorporated N W. E. Keltner, Cane Valley, Ky. W. C. Smith, Cane Valley, Ky. E. M. Martin, Burdick, Ky. Thos. Dohoney, Columbia, Ky. G. A. Smith. Columbia, Ky. J. E. Durrett, Campbellsville, Ky. C. R. Perry, Campbellsville, Ky. Geo. Reidel, Spurlington, Ky. CO., J. E. Graham, Campbellsville, Ky. T. K Wright, Campbellsville, Ky. C. E. Cofer, Campbellsville, Ky. Se k- J. B. Buchanan, Campbellsville, Ky. R. L. Hill, Campbellsville. Ky. - 1 if i i?ir :TTMtrrTJrMfctrn bt' ''sf.fif i'L ' CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY.,- - Jp it ' Dave Speer, Campbellsville, Ky. E. A. McKinley, Columbia, Ky. W. R. Hoskins, Campbellsville, Ky. i Ky. "E. H. Gore, .Campbellsville, Ky. Herb. Willock, Campbellsville, Ky. ' G.-- V. Murray, Campbellsville, Ky. ". .Lafe Richerson, Campbellsville, Ky." ,;" .L.-C- . Winfrey, Columbia, Ky. AFrom Germany ,JVtary. Crouch, Campbellsville, D. W. Gowdy, Campbellsville, Ky. B. H. Stile3, Howardstown, Ky. Wm. Bier, Campbellsville, Ky. M. W. Tucker, Campbellsville, Ky. J. C. Miller, Lebanon, Ky, Creed Crouch, Campbellsville, Ky. i R. T. Caskey, Campbellsville, Ky. J. W. Kerr, Campbellsville, Ky. S. E. Kerr, Campbellsville, Ky. F. W. Buchanan, Harrodsburg, Ky. B. Hill, Spurlington, Ky. W. M. Russell, Greensburg, Ky. J. A. Peterson, Campbellsville, Ky. C. E. Russell, Campbellsville, Ky. L. R. Tucker, Merrimac, Ky. man, passed through this part xucs. a n Hoffev is teachinc Ppnf singing at Concord on Saturdays and Sundays. L.M. Wilson and C. W. Barnard made a buisnes3 trip to Columbia, Monday June 9th, On June 8th Miss Julia Ber-nard and Mr. Ores Bernard were united in marriage, Rev. A. F. Chrisman officiating. The bride is the popular and accom- plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bernard. The groom is a son of the late J. T.Bernard and recently returned from France where 'he did valiant service for "Uncle Sam." The wnrer joins unur uwuy irieaaa in wishine hm a happy and and prosperous journey through life. , was dated Apr. 11, 1919. His adBut nevertheless I think it wont dress is as follows: be a great long while and I hope ' JBehdorf, Germany, May 4, 1819. Rev. E. G. Stover, you all wont worry about me beJDear mother; Shauck, Ohio. cause I am getting1 along fine -I also got a letter from Nannie. in the A. E. F. I think I went "Upon immediate thought I will endeavor to answer your most Well Papa, I noticed in the paper through some hard stuff during where Joe. Ed. Flowere went to the war which has taught me to welcomed and appreciated letters Louisville to work for some firm. know and realize a' good thing1 April 5, and April 10, 1919, slated Has the noted garage of Flow- when I have one, and as long as g ers & Wethington 'oof 'which finds me well and ceased to fire? I keep this job which I have had along fine. Barney is taking How many garages are there in every since I have been over here the advantage of a 14 days fur- Columbia now? How is Mr with the exceptien of the last two months of the war.I will get along lough to some city in France. Stevenson and Buchanan-Lyo- n the finest kind. Mother you tbe back here about the gefcing along? Well I would love to see you all know I always took every thing 35th of this month. If Dalton iia the 32nd Division he is on 'but I dont know when it will be. easy whether it was Hard or soft his wayliomenow. I received a The papers don't talk as favor- - and I haveht changed .the least rilefrfar from iBro. 'Stover which hable now as it did a. while back, 'bit.in that respect, arid dont nev -- very best of health, I remain er think that I am worrying and the lovingly grieving to get nome because I Your son, Roy A. Rasner. am not. - But of course the first chance I getl will take it because Iller I know my loved ones at home are worrying arid'very anxious to see me. I will be contented and perfectly satisfied until three months after peace te signed then I expect Uncle Sam to take me home,' and put some "pep" in it too,, ha, ha. Mother th sweet perfumes and decoration of the blooming trees are no.v represented in the territory by Continued from page 4 get-"in- Wheat harvest is now on in this part. The yield will be a- bove the average. Welby R. Edmonds left last weekforChampain, 111. fle will take treatment at some U. S. Army hospital before returning nome Rev. George Groves was in .if i i this part recently, preaching at nil ffcp.pWcheain th is section; the spring stock. HoDinof you F. M. Balleriger, of Albany, the best wishes of thetday andIV the well known traveling salea- s '- - . A v -. ."