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Bennett. so quiet that the News did not learn of it until after the paper of last week was out. The contracting parties were Miss Cary Lucy Jackman, of this place, and Mr. Albert Carnes, of Rowena, Notice. C. W. Thompson Dead. A Ail Day Meeting. PERSONALS v Church. On the fourth Sunday in July there was held a memorial meeting at this church in which a history of the church and its preachers and noted dead was gotten up by Mr. Champ Butler and read at the meeting. This paper showed the first house of worship was built by the Baptist in 1821. In 1830 the house was repaired and a half interest deeded to t;r the Christian church that for their assistance in remodling the y house, and the first christian congre- gation was orgrnized there in the x year 1830 with thirteen charter mem- bers enrolled none of whom are now series of double services will be Mrs. Lena Paull was quite sick the held at Union Presbyterian church first of the week. begining next Sunday, (3rd Sunday in It Mr. Sam Bridgwater was in LouisAug.) Again 3rd Sunday in Septemville last week, purchasing goods. ber, 3rd Sunday in, October, etc. The Miss Frances Reed is spending a few nature of meetings will be evangeboard, Dressers. Tables,Stoves, Range?, character had convictions and he ex- listic, "protracted" meeting. Good weeks with relatives in MIddlesboro. Beds and Bedding and everything in pressed his opinions openly. He had music one of the features Everybody Mr. J. O. Russell is in Louisville the house. Also at the same time I great influence in Metcalfe county, invited. Come next Sunday, dinner on this week, purchasing supplies for will offer to the highest bidder, my and his opinions carried weight He the ground. Russell county. Russell & Co. Immediatly after the ceremony the house and lot with all the appurtin-ance- s was strictly honorable, the "slick citiMr. Selden Baker and Miss Myrttef Our people will be glad to hear of couple left for the home of the groom. Terms will be made known zen" being out of place in his company Morgan, Amandaville, were' at Jeffries good luck that came to Mr. R. K. The bride is a very modest and one day of sale Sale to begin at 9 He was ever ready to denounce law- the Young, of West Point, Miss. Mr. Hotel Monday at dinner. deserving young woman, daughter of o'clock a m. lessness, and stood for all measures Mr. and Mrs Tim Cravens, of Tomp- Young is a former citizen of Adair Mrs. Laura Jackman, and she was Jo N. Conover. looking to the interest of Metcalfe county, and eighteen months ago he kinsville, spent last Friday, Saturday born and reared in Columbia. county. He was a christian gentlebought a boundary of land in',"Missls-sipp- i, and Sunday with Mr Crarens'parents. Went to Jeffersonvilie. The groom is a returned soldier, man, having been an ardent member and later he removed with his living Mrs. Gordon Cheatham and children and he is said to be a very industrious of the Presbyterian Church for a num family from this county to it. Last have returned from a two weeks We learn from Sam Cabell, that'1 ber of years. Father John Steel was the first young man Rev. Bagby, who pastor of that church. He had preach They will reside at Rowena. May Mr. Jas. G. Caldwell, son of Mrs. Jo officiated at his funeral, which was the week he sold it, makingja profit of visit to relatives in Cumberland ed for the Baptist for a number of peace, happiness and health attend Henry Caldwell, of near Milltown, largest ever held in Metcalfe county, 321,000. Land dealing is active in county. years but united with the restoration them is the wish of the bride's Colum- and Miss Josephine Sanders, daughter said of him:" He was a man every this part of Mississippi, and we are exMr. Ed Hill, of Gradyville, who pecting to hear of another profitable went to France, was in Columbia movement and was a faithful preach- bia friends. of Jo Sanders, of Campbellsvllle, left inch a man., he was a builder ever- Greensburg for Jeffersonvilie, Ind , wnere he went he built up , he was a deal, made by Mr. C. S. Harris. er of that faith the remainder of his last Friday, accompanied by his brothNotice, To Tax Payers. life. The two congregations, Baptists last Saturday week where 'they were citizen virile, energetic, Splendid" A number of oil companies in Texas er, Arvest. reand worshiped in and Christains met married. They will probably Mrs. J. R. Garnett and son, Robert, and Oklahoma have been represented I have the books in my possession, side at Milltoown, this county. The Mrs. Wm. Coleman will please ac- here in the last few weeks, and some left this morning to spend three weeks the same house with different preachers until about 1852, when a your taxes are now due, so please call groom is an industrious young man, cept our thanks for Nashville papers. stock has been sold. The drilling on with her sister, Mrs. Robertson. Pike-vill- e, new house was built which is the and settle. The sooner you pay, the and the bride is reported to be a The last one contains a biography of the Hindman farm, this county, conTenn., John Shell. He now lives on Greasy present place of worship. It was the better it is for all concerned It only most elegant young woman. and it is said that other wells tinues, Mr. W. Q. Lowe, of Oak Grove, Creek Leslie county, Kentucky, but agreement in the building of this takes one time, so please settle wich-oin the county will be sunk before cold Tenn , is visiting at the home of his Property Owners. he is a native of Tennessee. The redelay. that if the christian church would weather. Some of these days, not far uncle, Mr. John D Lowe. He served cords show him to be 130 years old, Cortez Sanders. , furnish J of the money to build It the long, a well will be brought in in in the Navy and was only recently f As the law directs, I opened my without doudt the oldest man in the Adair county, Sheriff Adair County Baptist would deed them interest then big business will discharged. office at the Court House July 1st, 1919 world. His eyesight is good, and he in the same house for a number of open up. Gen. James Garnett and Mrs. GarEducational Week. Most of you know property is listed can see to read the finest print. years, until the Baptist church ceased of n nett, and their son, Master James, Lightning played havoc In the as of July 1st, 1919. I beg jou to to exist on account of few members Old false Teeth. Louiville, arrived Sunday, to spend Wanted, country one day last week, two Governor Black in closing his proc- make a list of your property and R. W. Wallace, who was one of the ten days or two weeks with relatives good mules, the property of Mrs. says: come to my office and be assessed. popular preachers of that community, lamation on educational week and friends. Townsend were killed, and "I, therefore, proclaim the week of I hope to be able to return one of the We pay from SI to $20 per set for preached for them a number of years Mr. Bruce Montgomery went to as educational week in best books that was ever made up on them in any condition. Broken parts the third one got an eye knocked out. and William Simpson did a fine work August there in his day. F. C. Shearer labor- Kentucky and I call upon all school Adair County. I cannot do this with- or proportion. Highest cash prices A barn belonging to Mrs. Nell Patter- Louisville last Friday and accomed for the church for a long time. In officials, every teacher and every citi- out the Co- - operation of the tax pay- paid for old crowns, bridge work, old son, was struck, damaged but little. panied his wife home. She.Jstood the these latter days Z. T. Williams. F. J. zens to devote their whole time dur- ers, Many dog owners failed to list jewelry and silver in any condition. A large barn, owned by Clarence Kelt- trip nicely, and at this time she is in fine spirits. Barger, L C. Young and perhaps ing this period toward arousing a their dogs last year. There is a heavy Mail to us. Your money sent by re- ner, was considerably damaged. burning interest in these subjects penalty for this neglect of duty. turn mail. Missess Allene Meader, Mary Smith others have done faithful work there Mr. J. N. Coffey has been quite among the people of their localities. Please list your dogs this year. It Brackney Refining Co., as Pastors. busy for several days, making plots Campbellsville, and Jennie Little John or takes but one time to list your prop226 West Chestnut St., Mr. Herbert Taylor, Great revivals have been held there I recommend that all gatherings of land that have been leased by Louisville, and occasions in conflict with this State- erty, so do this at once. Louisville, Ky. also of Campbellsville, dined at the by Robert Kirby, now deceased, W. B. Richardson & Goff, oil developers. He L. H Jones Monday. Taylor and many others have held wide educational campaign be postis making them correctly, so that in- Jeffries Hotel Card or Thanks. poned and that all who are devoted to County Tax Commissioner fine meeting. William Townsend built terested parties can see at a glance Mr. John and Miss Lettie Dunbar other interests abandon them for the and Master T. C. Wheat are all sick the present house in 1852 The Lum all the land in certain boundaries. Died in Keltner Precinct. We desire to return our heartfelt time that such an impetus may be ber was sawed at Milltown. Among at the home of Mr. T. P. Dunbar. thanks to the many who so kindly given to these great educational probIt is estimated that two thousand Cecil Dunbar, who has been quite its first Elders and leaders were Job Mr. Geo. M. Rogers, who lived In and tenderly waited upon our husband people attended the Soldiers renunion Sharp. Campbell Husk, Thomas and lems as will lead to their wise and sick, has about recovered. the Keltner precinct, died Monday of and father during his illness which at Weed last Wednesday, and almost speedy solution." Charles Massey. Nathan Smith, Continued on page 5 Local speakers will tour the county last week. He was buried at Pickett's ended in death. The friendship so as many on Thursday. The old' and George Hancock, Jessie Hood. This Chapel Tuesday. He was about fifty graciously manifested will never be late soldiers spent very enjoyable days. quiet country church has gone along on the 25th to the 30th, and also a forgotten. sub- years old. His wife and several childThere was an abundance of edibles, Miss Julia Miller entertained, in these 89 years with as little friction State speaker will be sent. The ren survive him. Mrs. R. S. Todd and children. and the soft drink stands did a thriv- honor of ' her guest Miss Fannie as most any church, has in the coun ject to be discussed is The Removal of ing business. Heller of Paris, Ky., with a picnic try and has now a resident member- Illiteracy, increase of day School AtThe business men of Columbia are Died Near Milltown. tendance and Better Salaries for clamoring ship of about 120. for more water upon the Next week Columbia will be full of Friday evening at her father's farm party, Teachers. square, and it seems to us that they Mr. Zach Beard, who was an uncle young ladies and young gentlemen, on the Jamestown pike. The ine cnurcn nas produced one was composed of about seventy-fiv- e preacher, James Shepherd, who resides Russell County Soldiers and Sailors are right. The town Is wholly with- of Mrs. A. W. Tarter.this place, died, teachers of this county, who will which guests, was chaperoned by: Dr. now in California. He was graduated were given a two days conference out fire protection. The two wells at his late home, near Milltown, Fri- be here to attend the institute. Mr. Dr. and Mrs. O. in his young manhood at Columbia along up to date, patriotic and social that were on the square, affording day morning. He was a soldier in the Loy has employed an experienced con- and Mrs. S. P. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Christian College and has made good. lines, at Jamestown last week. Mr. plenty of water, were filled in because Federal army during the war between ductor, and there is scarcely a doubt P. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W R. Myers, but an interesting session will be held Miller, When his throat became afflicted so D. H. Lyon, of Lebanon, was in the water was said to be unhealthy, the States, and was seventy-fou- r Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers, Mr. and he could not preach he entered the charge. Rev. Watson of this county, but if they were opened the water years old. Mrs Mary Biggs has sold the resi- Mrs. Collins Bridgewaters, Mrs. Sam newspaper business, and as I under-stna-d was present and made three addresses, would extinguish flames should a fire Nona, a nine year old daughter of dence, on Garnett Ave., known as the Breeding. Mrs. Eros Barger, Mrs. is still connected with the paper closing with a memorial service of break out on the square. They could Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waggoner, met Paul Smythe property, to Mr. C. L. A. D, Patterson, and Mrs. James business. Many descendants of the old the 14'fallen braves of Russell County. be opened cheaper than new ones with a rather serious accident last Hindman, consideration two thousand Holladay. pioneer families still reside in that House packed full at last service, could be drilled. Wednesday while at school. She, dollars. Mr. Hindman Is occupying community. The Butlers, Hoods, some of the citizens were very Wanted. Two white women to do? Sam Burdette's mule sale, pulled off in company with a lot of boys and the residence at this time. adShepherds, Squires, Cunditfs, Calif-sonin their praise of the house work and care for children. here, County court day, was a success girls, were playing ball and Nona got Be at the Paramount theater ThursHutchisons and all told there is dresses made' by Mr. Lyon and Mr. Office. He sold twenty-eigh- t in pairs and struck on the head, accidentally, with day the 14th of this month. Renfax Apply at News county Watson, wishing that every citizen not a better citizenship in the they brought from 9200 to $382 50 a a bat. At first it was thought that Film Company will present the talkNext Friday will be clean up day for than old Mt. Plesant neighborhood. in the county could have heard them. pair. On the same1 day Neal Bros., of she was dangerously hurt, but later ing, singing and dancing pictures. A the town of Columbia and the entire former Banker of St. Louis, sold twenty-fiv- e They are law abiding people indust- Mr. Knight-Western she revived, and at this writing it is great show, no one should miss it. county. Use lime in out houses and rious, honesfc ancLgooi home keepers, Jamestown, made some public state mares. They brought from $40 to $100 believed that-ia few days she will put all refuse and cast off matter in hospitable. The young people are noted ments in the meetings to the people per head. Burdette's mules were in have fully recovered. We venture this assertion that barrels or boxes, place the same in for their good morals and industry concerning these exercises and call- fine shape, and the Western mares there are more automobiles owned in front of your property and a wagon For Sale. This is a kind of mother church in ed for full attendance. It had Its were the best that have been sold here Columbia than any other town in the will haul it out of town. The smaller the county and has furnished of their effect. The meetings were held at in recent years. State of its population. towns in the county are directed to membership to start and, aid other the Christain Church A new England Queen Sewing Standard Oil Company has put its heed this notice. Look after vacant The man who wants to make a good churches in the surrounding Georgia Faulkner following oil men, from Okla farm out of nothing, will call on Bas-se- tt Machine. The delivery wagon back on the road. lots. nities. 21 members were given letters Columbia Ky. Dr. S. P. Miller Health officer. homa. Illinois and Lexington, Ky., This Is a convenience that the ColumHurt at his home, and see his at one time to help the Egypt church are now in the county. They all farm and good stock. , Mr. Luther Williams has sold the bia people appreciate. a number to the Cane Valley church. A party, composed of Misses Julia, have holdings and expect active work J. S Breeding. Columbia a'lsd'and Shiloh was helpRenfax Film Company presents a Miller, Sara Coffey,. Mary D. PatterColumbia and Jamestown Telephone to start in Adair soon: Elmo Pearce, ed by members from this church. Rev. Lawrence Williams, of Texas, line to the Columbia Telephone Com- big negro' comedy at the Paramount son, Messers. Noel.Pickett, Herbert B. R Talley, Loren Heckman, G A. James-tow- n on the night of the 14th.' They have no Pastor now but will delivered a very intertaining discourse pany. The line from here to Taylor and Chelcle Bargei, motored Roy, W. T. McCormick, J T, Tarter. revival'thTs fall, and they keep will be put in good working conhave a Drilling at the Hindman well has to Campbellsville Wednesday, evening at the Christian church last Wedup a good Sunday School most 'all the dition as quickly as possible. The members' of the Christian nesday night. He is a son of Eld. Z. been checked. No one knows the to meet Miss Fannie Heller of Paris, time. Z. T. Williams "preached the Church and Presbyterian Church met T. Williams and is devoted to his why nor the why fores. , , , 1(V, Ky., who is the guest of Miss Julia An infant son of Mr. and' Mrs." Harmemorial sermon. It was a great day in a union .service Sunday night. A calling. lan Bohanan died last Sunday. Bur. Do not forget ''that 'the talking Miller. . for the church 10, of .the .members large congregation .was ,out .Eld. Law It will perhaps be of interest to ied in the city cemetery Monday, af- pictures 'wil) be at' the Paramount on Andrew Carnegie, the philanthro are ov6r 75 years old, 5 are 80 and one rence Williams, of Texas,, preached people of Columbia, who are interest- ter religious services by .Rev.. ,B. tT. the. night of the 14th.' plst, died at his home, Shadow Brook, 90. i the discourse. 7:19 Watson. The father of .trje.child is morning ed in education, and who want to hear 'The Adair County's Institute will Masi, MondayJune 1, 1918, at had he The singers of the' colored choir at 'Sam Burdette sold sixteen' young some good talks and good singing to on his way home from North Dakota. convene at the Lindsey- - Wilson next o'clock. Up to last Sunday afternoon mules,' in pairs, at Jamestown last attend the institute next week, given away $350,695,653. the court-hous. j. Mr. James N. Meadows, of James Monday Imorning; r .GospeJ songs Saturday.. They brougb from $170 drew a large ,udlen(. ' town, has been named as Supervisor of HJMr(. H lN:!Miirer1sold-h"iDodge last All teachers who expect to take the- -' , ,,. Wyatt Conover has purchased the were rendexedtfn s&,lr$rjr,,raanper, to$250 5Pjiire7 t the census .for the Jileventh district. week fo;Mr. Elbert Nell, of Gradyville. f September examination, most -- attend Henry Hurt' residence, on Bomar asdatinCer.valSjBickerson mde frVlO Institute' fwMeh convene next. ,, If you ara.indoaMi about the (water, Heights, and w,Ube.Jg;yJe,P9ae9gIorr talks. A collection of wholesome vour Dremisetiare in'a.erood Do not'ove'rtboVwhat our'adveriiserl, ' Ses'tlhab " D i iV I KSnmAi.V. yeukreWng, haveit anllyted.!; i s e firs t of November. Prjqf, ,pilyate. have, to say BHtly seven dollars vu taken. ww.-,w- -. ech Mc! iJ Jt J UUskH 53ti.ftnrttHrtn.r - ifrLC M.'wn ,.,-;- . r..-- t a. u ut Col. C. W. Thompson, who was the On first Monday in Sept., 1919, at my residence in Columbia, Ky , same wealthiest man in Metcalfe county, J being County Court, I will offer for widely known all over the state, died sale to the highest bidder, all my at his home Bula Villa. Sulphur Well, household and kitchen furniture, Sunday of last week.. He was seventy-fcu- r years old. He was a man of strong Parlor set, in genuine leather, Side- 42-t- Mill-tow- Par-then- ia 25-3- 0 s, , ,. e, "' s " . .!. 4 I"'""' jv $-)3- -nn SL ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , Charles Creel, William Lawson, Nathan Hurt, Chesley Coffey, 8$ Levi Conover, Jesse White, RobCOUNTY. ert Roland, Alexander Walker, Thomas White, Garrett Conover, ZESVJOHNAVRGE STEELE. Thomas Selby, Richard Morns, Solomon Rice, Henry Link, Jere ;No.27. Selby and James Nailor. The ZEEErEiEST grand Juries. first named was the foreman, Frovious to the establishment This jury contented icself with atfee circuit courts, in the year, making presentments against JlQ2c 4here existed a court in many of the overseers of the . eadctsounty which was denomi-;Tjfej- 3 public highways, for their fail5 ures to put the roads in proper Court ot Quarter presumably because it repair. The membership of the t&efd. jSour sessions during each first three grand juries, which It had a limited jurisdic-tiasl,s.n- d were empaneled more than one was also, authorized to hundred and fifteen years ago, t&iu&un&l a grand jury. It' was have now long since passed to ,jo2cded over by three judges. their respective rewards, but, idSair county, it had a very many, if not all of them, have as only three terms descendants, who yet reside in s fee Quarter Sessions Court the county. In the day of their iressD (held, after the organiz- service as jurors, the persons ation. j the county, and before who were called for jury service establishment of the circuit did not receive any compensa..cascts. The judges of this court, tion for their services, but, it .vx tLdair county, were Robert was a duty imposed upon each .Htsfczsns, Wm. G. Bryant (or citizen selected for such service, iBtjzxO and William McNeeley. which it was considered that he For Case Tractors and Tractor Plows, Disc Harrows, Oliver No. elerk of the court was Wil-- j owed to the public, and a selec'X le XI un Caldwell. Its first session tion as a grand juror was esAar&s feeid, at the dwelling house teemed an honor. and Metal Sheets, 11 Both Plows, Roofing t&l James Walker, in Columbia, To Be Continued. 1802. At its terms .art.ril-26- , r&eSd-o- a July 26, 1802, and No- - If you sit 'jo. a cool draft when you weaife-e22, 1802, errand juries are heated and get a stiff neck or you will be looking for ;3icpaneled. The member-a&'- lame back, something that will ease the pain. the grand jury, which Fix your mind on BALLARD'S csras empaneled on July 26, 1802, SNOW LINIMENT and don't be :,nd ?hich was the first grand talked out of it because it is the best ever empaneled in the pain relieving liniment you can get ;SP.ranywhere. , cctaESy, consisted of twenty Adv. Sold by PaulljDrug Co. Ahose names are as follows: A Vacation from Duly. jRafesrt Telford, John Votaw, c . Ja&m Montgomery, Garrett The heat of summer, though it William Hurt, Charles be a discomfort to all others in t Crsal, "Robert Fletcher, JPeter Washington, has proved a coniBemoss, Benjamin Nailor, John to the Republicanleaders j Breeding, John Bryant, Stephen venience House of Kepresentatives. White, Robert Kelso, Henry of the exHide, dames Vaughan, Thomas It has provided them with an from James Walker, Alexan-- f cuse for a month's recess pain and labor of doing nothdec Walker, Andrew Ewing and the ing. l&cbezt Craig. The first named While in their refuge3 by the vwas tae "foreman. At die term held on November sea or mountains far from the halls of Congress the t22. 1802, the following persons torrid may contemioazdsed the grand jury, viz: Republican leaders of ITou-c- . Montgomery, Benjamin plate their recent record "masterly inactivity." Nsllizt Garrett Conover, John two month's special ses- Volsw. Levi Conover, Philip In a compel Wsase, Thomas Selby, Henry iion,which they sought to Wilson to call for their these are in the catalogue of Re- not see me. As I was edging to- - telling of the joys of city life, in ublican plan of shortdealing White, Matthew Robertson, President ward the door I heard him say, which he said: purposes, the Re publican ommisions. with soldiers as well as the deEbcnxs 'Brockman, SPeter De- - own partisan By that time "Thursday we auto'd out to partments that are taking the passed only those The recess may bring the Re "Where is he?" rracsc. Alexander JNowell (.or publicans have would have publican leaders of the House "he" was gone, taking the front the country club, where we golf- leadership in the country's .Steal; ,3obert Caldwell, Alexan-.te- r bills which could and by the previous of Representatives surcease from screen with "him". Instead of ed until dark. Then we motored and social reconstructWilliam Elliott, been enacted Congress but for the the heat of summer, but their leaving for my vacation the next to the beach, and Fridayed there" ion in fact, favors most anyJ&U3&OZ cBrvine, Solomon Rice, Democratic last culpable neglect and incometence day I left that night. You can The brother on the farm wrote thing you happen to ask Willie. Senate "Ccee&Easkins, William Lawson, filibuster in the He is all thing3 to all men. as the country's responsible legis- imagine I had a enjoyable time back: Hill, and Robert Craig. March. "Yesterday we buggied to legislation lators will expose them to the thinking of my homecoming. If As to the vital "iUkcrfifc .named was foreman of I could I never would have come town and baseballed all after- -' which President Wilson reccom- - heat of popular indignation. In every home where there is a (aejjry. back. noon. Then we went to Med's mend, which the country de- National Democratic baby there should be a bottle of JChaction of 'each of these manded and which the ReBut come I had to, and then and pokered till morning. Today McGEE's BABY ELIXIR. It may be grand" juries, if it is to be taken publicans promised, they have to my relief found out that the we muled out to the corn-fiel- d needed at any time to correct sour Jicnndicative of the state of done worse than nothing. They If your child is pale and sickly, girl had played a joke on me. and gee hawed until sundown. stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or time, presents it have not merely failed to act by picks at the nose, starts in the sleep Her father had bought a new gun Then we suppered, and then we summer complaint. tieteryfavorable aspect. It is a wholssome sleeping, bickering and jealousies among and grinds the teeth while and was very proud of it. When piped awhile. After that we remedy, contains no opium, morphint the .first grand juries it is a sure sign of worms. A remedy themselves they have made she left me, as I supposed, to staircased up to our room and or injurious drug of any kind. erez'smpaneled in the county, for these parasites will be found in the clock Sold by Paull Drug Co. until Adv. jaudltt an isolated community, affirmative action impossible. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. tell her father I had insulted her of reconstruc It not only clears out the worms, but she told him instead that I was fived." the restraints of the law Great measures adoption of which it restores health and cheerfulness. interested in firearms and wantAn editor retired from journallixadtbeen- necessarily feeble, and tion for the SURGEONS agree that in cases of ism and his "good bye" was Adv. ed to see his gun. Well, all I special session was called Sold by Paull Drug Co. where there-hadoubtless some the . Cuts' Bums' Brulse3 and Wounds-thchroniclled in following lanbeen defeated or alcan say is I saw it jc&osQt for thegood of the ooun- - have either FIRST TREATMENT is most im- - guage: ,'The undersigned retires ,slightest "Where Is He?" sfirles, which they had left, each lowed to go without the Constipation is the starting point portant- - When an EFFICIENT- - from this paper with the convictjj;hese juries, after "holding a consideration. many serious diseases. To be antiseptic is applied promptly, there ion that all is vanity. From the Legislation for the railroads, The most exciting moment of for session, returned into court, healthy keep the bowels active and is no danger of infection and the hour his paper was started to with, a Tecort, that they had the passage of the reclamation my life happened several years regular. HERBINE will remove all wound begins to heal at once. For use the present time he has been &Miud no infractions of the law, act, the adoption of a program ago when I was calling on my accumulations in the bowels and put on man or beast, BOROZONE is the solicted to he on every given z which. any person, in the coun-k- f for the development of water first girl. The night before leavthe system in prime condition. Sold IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL- subject, and can't remember had.been. guilty, and were power, the reorganization of the ing for my vacation I called on ING AGENT. Buy it now and be having told a wholesome truth Adv. Drag Co. charged from further investig- army, the establishment of a Her and expressed a wish for a by Paull ready for an emergency. without diminishing his subhighkiss. She seemed ations. Adv. budget tystem, the outlining of a good-by- e Sold by Paul! Drug Co. Going Him Several Better. scription list or making an The third grand, jury, in the maritime policy, the abolition of ly insulted, and leaving the room favors a enemy. Under the circumstances Chairman Hays The oldest story is the one .tcssmty, was empaneled in the luxury taxes, the safeguarding of said, " I am going to tell on you." trial, having a thorough concircuit court, which was immigration, the protection of Before I could get my hat, in about the boy who left the farm League of Nations, favors the of and got a job in the city. He Knox rosolution and the other tempt for himself , he retires in itheid for the county on the 7th American indusries brought into walked father with a double-b-ar .. . .. . -. .t n February, 1803. The being by the war, notably the rel shoteuc. I was in the hall wrote .a letter to his brother, oostructive tactics or cne JKepuD- - order to recruit his normal con- Jty of Senators, favors the ResUtution." ,aembers,of 4;hiarnd jury were manufacture of dyestuffspall and could see him, but he could who elected to stick by the farm Hcan J EjS ON ADAIR m wMWAAAmAmAWimmmwMMmmmAMmMmMmmimFAm Farming Implements Ses-;s5:a- L jg-etc- l. m c-tfce Sulky Rubber r Ot Call at My Store You Will Find the Prices Ri&hf . We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. per--sat- oz m Con-ive- WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY., liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiSinMHPiiHi I in-dusta- ial ! Al-.t&c- h, . bed-stead- ed - d e - ;ct ! ... . .. . THE ADAIR COTJNTY NEWS 33 ed bonds to build and maimain EVERYTHING IN them. We have eleven townships; and for two years I have been teacher of a school at Casar, in No. 11. Last winter I wrote for papers SN and sounded the loud timbrel at G night appointments for good Also Elhvood and (American Fence. .v y? roads. One of our county commis 3&S6 sioners, which generally mean3 Yr synonym for stupidity, avarice! and selfishness here, was "agin" CO- it. ButSwhen it came to count Incorporated ing fish, 158 were for bonds ar d 16 Eaat Matkct Street Between First and Brook 8 opposed. Townships Nos. 1, Loufsville, Ky 5, 9, and have now joined the progressive forces, which means Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great ' good roads radiating in every dibecause their refreshing flavor and fragrance rection. Of course we still have and mellowness is so enticingly different. You never tasted such a cigarette! Bite is elimithe fogy, the grafter and reaci." nated and there is a cheerful absence of any tionary; but the spirit of progor any ununpleasant ci?"aretty after-tast-e ress is abroad in the land. 18 cents a package pleasant cigaretty odor! I am happy to relate that ail fogies, grafters and reactionaries Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Camels are sotf pirrvwjere in scientifically sealed packages of '20 cfcoic e Domestic tobaccos and are Turkish and hate me, and I am proud of mak cigarettes, or ten packages (200 cigarettes) in a lasme smooth and mile", but have that desirable ing enemies of all such cattle. carton We ttrongly recftommend this carton for the home and certainly hand out satisfaction in Every now and then some menor office supply or when you travel generous measure. You will prefer this Camel dacious cuss delivers me a homblend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! $r- ily about hurting myself and the COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. & Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then same "party;' wearing a face compare them with any cigarette in lodg enough to eat oats out of a the world at any price for quality, churn. Last winter I made the flavor, satisfaction. No matter && joints inharness of such people how liberally you smoke crack, carriedimy position, and Camels they will not tire happy tojrelate, made enemies. your taste! My salary was $55 a month for gsmR. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. five months; and I have repented Winston-SaleN. C in sackcloth and ashes by being LOY& LOWE A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionfand-Gratificatio- n tendered a position as principal are Guaranteed. of a at $85 3Jf. a month for 7 months. Give us a Trial and be Convinced. 3kHad I been a cringing trimmer 3K: Thomas Jefferson through the day Woodrow Wilson is the ! and time I'saver, I might have X Declatation of Indpendence primal force in 'preparing a docuBmMrf reigned in some cab helped set the new world free, ment of liberty that is destined Used Years in for five months at a stipend says Charirman Homer S. to set the whole world free." of $45. Cunnings of the Democratic But there are certain "nonpart' Somejpeople can't learn that National Committee, "while to isan" Republicans who strenuously decry a universal freedom LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. rural peoplejhave minds, rights because a Democratic President or privileges. A man from a Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Ovei One tiillior' Dollars-has made it possible. one hoss town, wearing a high Acta as Executor. Administrator. Guardian. Agent, Committee" and Trustee, and cas rxT as such in any County in thclStatc. hat and cheap broadcloth; is the Pays 3 per cent per Annum on Time Deposits. Ways To Beat the Heat. personification of wisdom and ANGEItEUA GKAY. Treas. A. G. STITH, &i JOHN STITES. President. The Woman's Tonic greatness; and so think many of Get the surplus fat off your my untutored neighbhors. The Sold Everywhere body. dough-face- d shyster, skypilot r. 8 Keep cool mentally, as well as and rural rooster journalist were physically. 1 keep on hands a full stool? of coffins, caskets, and robzN vocal patriots in this war; but Keep the head proctected I also keep Metallic Gaskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses none of them faced the cohorts From Norih Carolina. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt aervice night or day. from the sun. Mrs. F. M. Jones, o! of the Kaiser. Now they are diOffice Phone, 16 Residence Phone, 29. Palmer, Okla., writes: Take little meat no alcohol. viding up the offices while men Shelby, July 22. 1919. "From the time I enColumbia.'Ky J. F. TRIPLETT, Do not overload and distend tered into womanhood who regarded the call of his Editor News: SQtraBKQJK? C I looked with dread the stomach with sweet "fizzy" Your readers will please ex- country as the voice of God are from one month to the drinks that only increase thirst. to scrapheap. Two next I suffered with my cuse my apparent neglect in not relegated Slightly acid drinks, such as back and bearing-dow- n fflinfflnjfflfflfflnimffliHmmiHfwffliiHfflnmmmramw writing; but I have been quite brave and worthy soldiers were pain, until life to me was unsweetened orangeade, lemon busy. At close of my school on defeated for U. S. Senators in a misery. I would think juice and water, are more thirst ?r I could not endure the April 5, 1919, I took up again the North Carolina and defeated by pain any longer, and I quenching. calling of a granger. We have time servers. Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and are i gradually got worse. . . Get enough sleep. Nothing seemed to help cows, 'cotton, wheat, "goobers," will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze. J1 I am glad Kaiserismis crushed" me until, one day, . . Don't talk about the heat. m- . corn, peas, beans, popcorn, mel- and that my boy acted the part I decided to copper, and all other kinds of metal. Don't read about the heat. ons, and a good garden. The of real patriots. I have no paDon't look at the thermometer. TAKE was backward, our wheat was tience with vocal variety; but Try to keep the air moving light; but rye and oats were fair- know that nine tenths of this AH around your body. ly good. class shirked this war and kept Get all the fun out of the hot Wejarejprepared to do all kinds of machine work, ne We are now having too much their boys out. I know several weather that you can, without matter how large or small. rain, especially for peaches and men who vituperated "slackers," overdoing, and remember that bottom land corn. My apples and then got John Henry off "to millions of busy people are let,m . Ti . .11 were almost a failure; but take care of granny' or owing ?. i worry ting the thermometer The Woman's Tonic peaches were fairly plentiful, to some infirmity. them. Wejare fully equipped to do all automobile and tractozr " I took four bottles," but injured by excessive rains. Now John Henry is a star foot goes on to Mrs. Jones workjand guarantee satisfaction on alll work. The first thing the Republican My boys all returned safe from ball and base ball player say, "and was not only and majority in Congress knows the the war, except "Doss'' was greatly relieved, but can "granny" is neglected as she truthfully say that I have people will begin to demand an wounded in training camp; but was during the period of hostilnot a pain. . . Machine & investigation of the investiga- suspect he is cured by now as he " It has now been two ities. Verily, if all hypocrites years since I tookCardui, tors who are spending time and is holding down a job in Tennes??? land in perdition that ought to MachinMs Dealers in Hardware, Automobile-and I am still in good money to discover why wars are see at $126 50 per month. n . . I would adhealth. ,' Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. be there a shed will be built expensive, while at the same vise any woman or girl and Bob are each receiving around the place. No man can to use Cardui who is a - - KENTUCKY.- momet one set of Republicans $125 a month at places they reCAMPBELLSVILLE, sufferer from any female help being a coward, but he can in the Senate are opposing the linquished to volunteer. trouble." avoid putting the skin of a 'lion mmmmmnwwmnmm m innimimnimnninfflfflBBS If you suffer pain caused League of Nations and inviting Of course I enjoy every visit over the 'ears, cowardice and from womanly trouble, or further conflicts. need of a if you feel the of your interesting paper, and brag of a contemptible donkey. Kealdence Phone 13 B Busines Pinny good strengthening tonic congratulate management on its God bless old Kentucky; it is to build up your 9R. system, take the advice being a not Tliese the land of the muse, the pariot OF Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist of Mrs. Jones. Try CarBcurfaonPeuItryRemedy periodicals emerge from press and the orator. DENTIST dui. It helped her. We Hem n MA't omjntno Special attention given Diseases of al beBeve It will help you. tew drops in the fTDFG one week and try to come out Mel v in L. White. A UJE5 Ofw. Front rooms b jefrr5? HTdStT drinking water cores QCC? Domestic Animals and prevents white lLf&& LusJf the next. diarrhoea, cholera and other chick up Stan-All Druggists diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 We are showing a handsome line of Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, od I am happy to assure your cligallons of medicine. Pint bottlo. price $1.20, makes 32 gallons. At Columbia, - Kesitodtfr" Jamestown road. druggists, or sent by mail postpaid. entele that every township in Ladies Satin Dresses in Blacks, Blues, Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. Phone 114 G. Cleveland county now either has and Taupe. Good values at $18.70. Ressell & Co. Columbia, Ky. The New 4150 &nd.52uSK? roads, or has vot Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store good sand-cla- y three-teacher Wi Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, GalvamizsM ROOFING and Painted. Stel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. sw1 1 They Win You On Quality! 1 1 $$$3e$ex$$ee W. T. PRICE & :- r- SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE: paper-cover- ed full-bo- dy INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES - $$ m, as! txx$$KM$t The MHiv Columbia Barber Shop ! 7z three-teacher-scho- ol - s ; 40 one-teach- er &203: 0 . -- Louisville Trust CARDUI Life Was a Misery ... UNDERTAKER. OxyAcetyIene Welding w Grades of Machine Work GARDU Auto ana ractor Kepainngr i-- fc w Kearns Burkholder Shopf, Lu-cie- run-do- wn r OncDrop L. H. tri-week- ly. Jones '3- J. li.MDRRm . 4- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Adair The Democratic Committee will meet in Louisville Thursday Published On Wednesdays. and fix a time for holding a r State platform cenvention, to ftt Colum6iai Kentucky- enunciate principles for the . E. MURREUL, Democratic nominees to present Editor. WfcLCOME THEM. to the voters of the State. We "MRS. DAISY HAMUETT Men. understandithat the Convention Democratic newtpaper devoted to the Interest soldiers' will be called to meet in Louis"Welcome the f.'the City of Columbia and the ptopli of Adair brides," says The American ville September 3rd. ad adjoining counties. Legion Weekly in the following as second Entered at the Columba' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. editorial in the current number lass mail matter. of the magazine of the national organization of American veter- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT WED. AUG. 18, 1919. OF KENTUCKY. ans of the Great War: 1 Walter Sapp and Quincy Sapp Pltff Subscription Price 1st and 2nd Postal Zone "More than 18,000 young vs CLSOperrer. England, Rebecca Shepherd and women of France, All Zones beyond indiOO perlyear J others Deft All Subscription due and Payable in Advance Ireland and Scotland have come By virture of a Judgment and Orto our shores as citizens, as the DEMORATIC TICKET. brides of men who were in ser- der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the July Term, thereof, FOR GOVERNOR vice. These girls in their own 1919, in the above cause, I shall pro JAMES D. BLACK, way are as brave as the men ceed to offer for sale at the Courtof Knox County. they married. Each left home house door in Columbia, Ky., to the . to fare in a country whose man- highest bidder, at Public Auction, on FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR Monday the 1st day of Sept., 1919, at Wm. h: shanks, ners and customs, ways of life one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (be 'of Lincoln County. and thought, are strange to ing County Court,) upon a credit of FOR STATE AUDITOR them. In thelcase of the French six months the following described H&NRY M. BOSWORTH, A certain tract of girls they must learn a new property of Fayette County. language. "Each community or land lying in Adair County on the neighborhood in which they are waters of Barnett's Creek, and con FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL taining about 95! acres more or less to reside should bid them welFRANK E. DAUGHERTY, and adjoins the lands of Walter Sapp, of Nelson County. come and accept them with a Jesse Sapp, Oral Brown, Tom Dicker-son- , spirit of trne hospitality, which FOR SECRETARY OF STATE J. W. Rich, W. S. Sinclair and MAT S. COHEN, embraces sympathy and under- James West. For more complete deCounty. scription reference is made to the of Fayette standing." Coarvty Nevis cut their own expenses by eating the character of food the people in general purchase and wear less expensive clothing. ia L THE UNIVERSAL CAR Post-offi- that when you bring your Ford car to us for mechanical attention that you get the genuine Ford Remember service materials, experienced workmen and Ford factory prices. Your Ford' is too useful, too valuable to take chances with poor mechanics, with equally poor quality materials. Bring it to us and save both time and money. We are authorized Ford dealers, trusted by the Ford Motor Company to look after the wants of Ford owners that's the assurance we offer. We are getting a few Ford cars and first come first to receive delivery. The parties listed below have s'gned j.p with us agreeing to use nothing but Genuine Ford Parts, and to carry a complete line of same. ed as regular service stations: Therefore, they have been, appoint- to-wi- t: A. F. SCOTT, Casey Creek, Ky. W. E NOE, Columbia, Ky. RICE & CO., Cane Valley, Ky. Incorporated THE BUCHANANLYON CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KENTUCKY FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS JOHN A. GOODMAN, of Todd County, COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE JOHN W. NEWMAN, of Woodford County. FOR STATE TREASURE HENRY F. TURNER, of Ballard County. FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION L. E. FOSTER, of Christian County. ' '" FOR STATE SEXATOK. ' . l?th Senatorial District J. R. GARNETT of Adair County. FOR MAGISTRATE 7th Magisterial District, H. A. WALKER. Chairman Hays of the National Republican Committee and also Republican papers in the East are harping over the election of Capt. King Swope in the Eighth Kentucky district to Congress, claiming that it was a victory won on national issues, especial ly the opposition to the adoption of the League of Nations. It is not our information that the League of Nations entered into the campaign in Adair county, but at the same timethe thinking people are for it. The race for the State Senate is now on the contest being between Mr. J. R. Garnett, Democrat, Adair county, and Mr. J, Republican, Branstetter, H. Barren county. The district is composed of the counties of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe, and the Democratic majority is only a few hundred. There must Demonot be any stay crats in this contest on the day of the election. A strong pull and a pull altogether will land Mr. Garnett. at-ho- The showing that Adair county made by the Democrats in the recent election for Congress, is decidedly better than in several other counties in the Eighth district. The Republicans have a majority of five hundred in this county and they cast nearly seventeen hundred votes while the Domocrats polled less than twelve hundred. The Republicans were better organized than the Democrats though many of the latter's party workers were diligent and did all that they could. This election will teach the Democrats to fight from the start and not quit until the polls are closed in future elections. Therefore, every man who be lieves in Democratic principles should get busy and keep busy until after the Novemberelection. Perhaps the hardest fight for Governor ever known in the State is now on, and unless every precaution is taken ihere is danger of defeat. A splendid Democratic ticket has been nominated and it should be elected. Gov. Black's private character ia better told by the people of Eastern Kentucky, who have known him from infancy, and who say that he is strictly moral, a lawyer of great ability a man who stands for civic righteousness, and who will watch the interests of this Commonwealth with a scrutinizing eye. Make up your mind to work for and vote lor him. Judgment, Pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force aDd effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. :.w vrv.a- -i i '.vinuMHj&Hiti.ua!sxijumm ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Bank of Columbia etc Pltff. ) Lee Graves etc Deft. By vs ) virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the July Term, thereof, 1919, in the above cause, for the sum and $10.49 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 10th day of July 1919, until paid, and 3149.24 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer door in for sale at the Court-hous- e Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day of Sept , 191!), at one o'clock p m.f or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months, the following described property to wit: A certain tract of land lying in Adair County, Ky., on the waters of Caney Fork Creek, and bounded on the North by the lands of the widow Davis: on the East by the lands of Lee Farris; on the South by the lands of Guy Farris and on the West by the lands of Lee Farris, containing 30 acres more or less. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner Of 838.93, 4444444444444 4444444444444 w 4 MYLfc, (jUALIIYANI) VALUt g J 4 nam ana rancy uress $ Lciiesi in tapes waisis, tt SilKs. 4 4 4 5 I A d. liT A. 1 !" rv" $120 50, $113.61 4 FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. 4 4 Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes. ' 4 4 4 4 4 4 Organized labor is all right but the organizations should be conducted in a manner to meet .the approval of the people of the But when a United States. brotherhood undertakes to control the government and the business therein, it steps beyond is an appreciable line. There not a corporatiun m the United States that is not paying all it is able to pay for labor. The trouble in many instances is that the Brotherhood, the members, are living too high in these iays of high prices. They should The supporters of Judge CarKnifley. roll in Adair county, have accepted his defeat in good faith and will support, like the good Mr. Dempsey Bault, who has Democrats that they are, Gov. been in the Navy for a year, is Black to a man. discharged and is at home for present. Former United States Senator the The Social given at Mr. R. A. J. W. Bailey, of Texas, is out, making speeches with the view Corbin's last Saturday night, in of forming a new Democratic honor of Mr. Corbins sons, Asa party. Bailey's efforts will fall and Ralph, who have returned upon deaf ears. When an old home from the army, was largepolitician dies he is dead, and ly attended and all reported ia that is all there is to it, except a nice time, Mrs, J. D. Eubank and little burying follows. daughters, Anna and Alma, of President Wilson's address to Campbellsville, are visiting Mrs. the Labor leaders had a good ef- Eubank's sister, Mrs. Feese. fect, and the quiters are returnMr. Herschel Robinson made a ing to work, and all trains are flying trip to Knifley one day expected to be running regularly last week. by the middle of this week. Mrs.1 'Fannie 'Tucker visited - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray 4 A 4 Columbia, Kentucky 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 B 4444444444 44 4444444444444 Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. Next Door to The Adair County New Office. Mr. Leslie Tucker, who has her father, Mr. John Arnold, one typhoid fever.is very sick. day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Harden, of Louisville, are visiting the Farm for Sale. parents'at present. former's The meeting which was conMy farm cotaining 97 acres. Near by the Mormon Elders, Koy, Ky. on Russells creek. Also 2 ducted Rolf son and Cline drew large milch cows fresh and other cattle. ' FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETSandDAVENPORTS.K church and school. Land and outbuildings in fair condition for further information see Mrs. Fannie Willis at the old Triclett place on Jamestown pike. Columbia Ky i Columbia people are getting in their I' coal for the coming winter. Those U. L. Antle, crowds. Roy, Ky. who will burn wood had better lay ir, .Miss Ruth Garner and Mr. John Airs visited friends' in ; FobJSalb: My farm containiag 110 in before cold weather. If you fail to Campbellsville from last Satur- acres situated oh the waters of Glens-for-k do so, you will have to pay a higher, short distance' sduth of- Zion price than you can buy it now. day till Monday. - .. .- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. THE GREATEST WONDER OF THE WORLD Roots! Hides! Highest market prices paid for all kind Roots, Hides, Wool, Feathers, Dried Fruits, etc. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Sallie Mitchell etc pltf. ) vs ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE, AUGUST 21st. On Thursday, August 21, 1919, The Talking and Singing Pictures They will make you Laugh and Wonder How it is all Done. Mr. J. C. Johnson, of the Renfax Film Co., will present these pictures at the Do Not Sell Until You See Me! Price List On Request for shipping tags. Consignments solicited. Write PARAMOUNT THEARTE L. S. DINKELSPIEL 124.126 S. Brook Louisrille, Kjr. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of If you want to St, this week. Bridge,also Cincinnati and Covington. She left her daughter, Miss Kath-rin- e Mrs. Nell Nell, at Petersburg. Ky., surely is the garden spot sajs of SEE something that you will ENJOY then DON'T FAIL to SEE THESE PICTURES. THREE BIG SHOWS Change of Pictures Each Show. ADM1SSION15 and 25 Cents. the earth. Mr. W. I. Ingram's two sons are wife, better. of Albert Williams and I Stillwater, Oklahoma, are visiting at Mr PARAMOUNT THEATRE. the former's mother, Williams Mrs. Helena Mr. John H. Yire, wife, and two M. D. PHELPS, Adimv daughters, IRuth and Helen, Terre Lindsey-Wilso- n Haute, Ind , who visited in White U. T. SELBY, Auctioneer. Oak and Gradyville communities, have returned home. Mr AsaJBlankenship, of near CroKENTUCKY. COLUMBIA, ' cus, one of Russell county's best citizens and a staunch friend to the Institution owned and operated by the Louisville A COMMISSIONER'S SALE. News, was in Columbia making some Annual Conference of the Methodist Epticcpal Church Scuth, offers 3 purchases last Friday. He was accomcourses in High School, Normal, Business, Music, and the Grades. Expanied by his son. cellent equipment, strong corps of teachers. Rales$162 per j car. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Catalogue upcn request. Miss S. R Marcum, who is connect Fall term begins Sept. 2nd. OF KENTUCKY. ed with Winthrope College, South R. V. BENNET, Principal. ) Nannie Johns etc Pltff. Carolina, arrivedjjlast Saturday night vs If Not Why Not INSURE With the. at the home ofjher sister, Mrs. Lena Mattie E. Martin etc Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment and OrPaull. She is enjoying tine health, Mr. K W. Bledsoe, of Louisville, and will he here until Thursday, UNION der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, & 3 & spent a few days of last week in Mrs. M. W. Tucker and her sister, rendered at the July Term, thereof, Columbia. Miss Lizzie Davis, of 'Campbellsville, 1919, in the above cause, I shall probeauMessrs. Wm. McCormick and G. L were visiting Mrs. F H. Durham last ceed to offer for sale at the CourtAre showing this week a OF tiful assortment of Imported Heckman, Blackwell, Okla., were here week. Sunday Mr. and Mrs F. H Dur- house door in Columbia, Ky., to Hie 3fc CINCINNATI, OHIO. ham and their visitors motored to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, en pieces, last week, oil prospecting. Center Scarfcovers, W. E. Bradshaw, who travels for Camp Meeting which is in progress at Monday the 1st day of Sept., 1919, at money- best for We sell g Lunch sets, Doilies, Boudoir caps, the CaselJBag JCompauy, one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (bearrived in Acton, Taylor county. trimmed in real hand embroid- Columbia a fewjdays'ago. Dr. U. Montgomery, who spent ten ing. County Court,) upon a credit of cluny laces, etc. A Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw ery, real "v and her son, days with relatives here, left for his six months, the following described COLUMBIA; KY. PHONE 24-camisoles, Edward, Louisville, are visiting home, in Louisville, last Thursday, property A certain tract of 8 manufacturers line of at the accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. iana lying in Adair County Ky., on home of Mrs. Bettie W. Butler. corset covers, etc. and her little son. the waters of Green River, and con House Dresses. Mr. J, H.JPelley was taken quite ill Artelia Durrett, Elizabeth, the little daughter of Mr. taining 22,007 acres and is the same In gocd styles Ginghams and last Tuesdayforenoon, and for a short and Mrs. Bruce Montgomery, also ac land allotted to plaintiffs in the above Percales, ior Ladies and Misses. time his condition was alarming. His companied him to the city. The 's styled action, as shown by the Com heart failed to beat properly. priced from $1.50 to $1.75 per visit is to see her mother, who missioners report of division and alMr J. H. Mann, cashier of a bank garment. has been in St. Anthony's hospital, lotment on tile therein, which is reat Glasgow, was in Columbia recently for some weeks. ferred to for more complete descripShoes. Mr. Mann's wife was Miss Margaret, tion. For the purchase price, the l K Direct from the TROPICS-- It's Fit for the KINGS. Our shelves are filling up with Walker of Nell, this county. WAXATAN is classed as the most desirable coffee everys; is expected that the greatest re- purchaser, with approved surety or It if ijftifti lOL sented to the American trade, beine an extra large, f new Fall shoes, for Men, Ladies Mr. C. P. Willis and wife, after a vival ever held in Campbellsville will securities, must execute Bond, bear"- ttvw centered berry of uniform size. This coffee 100 per cent pure not mixed cr. ' .! and Children bought before re- pleasant visitito the former's mother start next Sunday, the 17th Rev. L ing legal interest from the day of sale m ladened with tbst and other relatives, left for their B. Bridgers, of Georgia, will assist the until paid, and having the force and cent advances. cious, tropical flavor, possesshv; home, Akron, Ohio., Saturday morn licious fragrance and aroma thavit pastor, Rev J S. Chandler, Dr. Earl effect of a Judgment. Bidders will Come and look our stock over ing. justly be termed trie : Stapleton, of Massachusettes, will con- be prepared to comply promptly with Russell &Co. . "SUPREME Mrs. Talmage Smith, daughter of duct the song service. these terms. One cup of this eh, Mr. W. T. McFarland, arrived Tues"2 clear aroma-lade- a feeW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. We take it that the way to get any Kuily S .. win . i yft day night of last week, accompanied w ergTi-rU I "SI Si SNlSS x lis delight y u. fvv--- thing ac3omplished, is to everlastingly Jiasj&jwTW .vrx-j- . si by her son and nephew. They reside COMMISSIONER'S SALE. keep digging. Therefore, if you in Indianpolis. would prevent an epidemic of diseases Mr. Luther Williams, of Cave City Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here in Columbia, clean off your premises. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT was here to see relatives and to look Friday. The Town Marshall is looking after OF KENTUCKY. Somerset, after some (unfinished business last the streets and the square. . Mr. G. W. ;Chaudoin,lof Will Murrell etc Picff. ) week. He reported that he was well was here recently. vs Mr. Clyde Alexauder, State Road pleased !Jwith the people of Barren ) Hajs Murrell etc Deft. Mr. T. H. Bcden, Louisville, was in Inspector, is here, and work has county. By virture of a Judgment and OrColumbia Thursday. on the Stanford pike. Mr. L. G. Bernard, County Court again started der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, Mr. Dick Porter, of Louisville, was Clerk, of Russell, called with his two ' !VELY BY rendered at the July Term, thereof, in Columbia Thursday. daughters, Beatrice and Bessie, last pro1919, in the above cause, I shall Louisviltev Ky& yirzct J. Mr. WaltertHotson, Campbellsville, Tuesday. They were on their return ceed to offer for sale at the CourtRepresented in was here a few dajs ago. to their home, in Jamestown, from house door in Columbia, Ky., to the Adair Counties by R. C. Miss Fannie Hiller, of Paris, Ky., Louisville. highest bidder, at Public Auction, on TsyIor,Grccn is visiting Miss Julia Miller. Monday the 1st day of Sept., 1919, at Mr. Geo. Damron, who left Adair Campbellsville, Ky. Physicians have found Mr. B. F PoUton, Creelsboro, was ouut.y for thtoWest more than thirty one o'clock p. m , or thereabout (be-iu- g a most effective and County Court,) upon a credit of in this place a few days since. years ago, is now visiting his relatives satisfactory remedial Campbellsville, in different parts of the county He six months the following described Mr. J. C. Pickett, agent in property A certain tract ofl Columbia a few days ago. is a brother of the late Elzy Damron was in land lying in Adair County, Ky., on Mr. K. L. Duncan, Louisville, had and Mrs. A. H. Judd, of Cane Valley. the waters of Pettitt's Fork and on Thursday. business in Columbia last Lieutenant Jo Hurt left last Wed"The Waterway to Health" both sides of the Columbia and III. Mr. E. B. Hill, Somerset, made a nesday morning for Chicago, The American Medicinal MinLike all Community Plate, the Adam design is finished with Ihe heaviest Burkesville road, containing 20 acres eral Water bottled at the business trip to Columbia last week When he returned from France he of silver plate, and each spoon and fork extra protected at the weasing: Spring without any condenand adjoining the lands of B. E. sing or fortifying whatever. Mr. F. S. Duvall and wife, Albany, was assigned to a hospital in the pure silver, practicallyfi surface by the Community overlay-disRowe, J. F. Gilpin, Henry Blakeman, Jeffries Hotel a few dajs suburbs of that city. He expects to be were at the under all conditions of ordinary household service. and others and about 5i miles from Doses finally discharged in a few weeks. ago. Dose: Tablespoonful in the Town of Columbia. For more . "1847" Mr. A. R. Wallace, who is connectHugh Sharp and Mr. W. B. Ed Glass of Water Mr. complete description reference is l, CampbellB Also prescribed by phymunds, were in Columbia several days ed with the made to the Judgment, Pleadings and sicians for constipation, The only Silver Plated ware with an unqualified Guaranteethatns.- - bacVea? K ville, was in Columbia a few hours ago. order of sale, and Survey on file in the indigesti'&n, high blood by the actual test of seventy years. It pressure) hardening of case. For the purchase price, the Mr. W. D- - Chamberlain, Danville, last Thursday. Mr. Wallace is a good arteries and skin affec days writer, and is also an artist in pencilpurchaser, with approved surety or was seen upon our streets a few tions. Money back if L. E. YOUNG, ing ads., making them ready to beset not satisfied. securities, must execute Bond, bear since. -On prescription Kentucky; Mrs. Geo Nell has just returned Columbia, ing legal interest from the day of Mr L. C. Humble, and three sons 'from your phy-- s Petersburg, Boone Co., where she sale until paid, and having the force one day last i c i a n or at canton, were here your druggists'. and effect of a Judgment. Bidders visited h'er brother, W. C. Yates. week. The Devonian will be prepared .to comply promptly there, and on the, way tpsand Mineral Spring Co. Haven, While (Incorporated) Mr. W. E Adams, "New . .Owensboro, Ky. , with these terms. part of last from Petersburg. she. visited Frankfort Conn., "was here the'la'tter VV. A. Coffey, MasteB Commissioner. and! ,Hjjjh Lexington Georgetown, , : V." t Training School, Maggie Buckner etc Deft ) By virture of a Jujgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the July Term, thereof, 1919, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the lstda of Sept., 1919, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months the following described property A certain tract of land lying in Adair County, K., on the waters of Caney Fork of Russell's Creek, containing about 27 acres more or less. Said land was conveyed to Charley Marshall and Susan Marshall deceased, by J. W. Sweeney etc by deed of date Aug. 20th, 1900, and of record in Adair County Court Clerk's Office in Deed Book 30 Page 438. For more complete description reference is made to the Judgment, Pleadings and order of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- being the 1 Ad- - j' uiuiiauaiui ui mj muiu a csluic, Will Oiler for sale at the late residence of J. Q. Phelps near old Esto, the following property: Two pure bred Jersey cows; several head of cattle, two pair mules, mare and colt, sow and six extra good shoats, 10 head of sheep, 20 barrels corn, 100 bu. oats, lot of hay, 1 binder, Cultivator, plows, cultivating harrow, 1 wagon good as new, 1 buggy, 2 sets of single harness, 1 set of double harness, Household and Kitchen-Furnitur1 JS, t: e, good organ, other things too numerous to mention. Half interest in hay baler, wheat drill, 2 mow. ing machines and hay rake, lawn mower, seed grader, etc. Terms made known on day of sale. I &SSSSS&K& &&&&$& IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? COMPANY, RUSSELL CO. I 8 CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE t 3 the the least See G. T. STULiTS, Jiger?tr to-wi- t: &$8!$ m&m&xmffim&xm lat-ter- '- -. i-i- V-fsa -- Xa-.l- ee Personals . -- risiMarfoiV P Jfei .'ilJM IY-sCW " h. v-- cr - Rheumatic Affections' Sim. - and Border to-wi- t: oEYONISt 64 Community Plate Silverware. c, - wear-prcoo- $1.00 News-Journa- ROGER BROS & Jeweler, . ---- veek THE NEWS $1.50 & $2J)0i vt 6 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS X. R7iC5 s -- ww SK33 :u 1T k AVA :WS jgjwWjSMjijJ.c3i 9 9 Your Red Cross The Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E RUBBER ROOFING. 3 Ply $2.75 2 P1y-$3.I- 2 1 Ply $2.25 Is Still Busy READ WHAT YOUR DOLLAR IS DOING FLOROID 3;PI'$3.75 Ply $2.50 r 1 mum Mm FLOUR IS 40 Years HfUfTP TTfVl Wagon and Buggy Harness, Bridle? and Breeching. MYERS-BARGh- R COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLERS ii rnt, TAFF OF LIFE BEST and in THEREFORE, HAVES IT PURE in the mill .business enables us to make the very i i RED CROSS EXTENDS Gent's Furnishing Goods, Clocks, Jbtc. ACTIVITIES TO BENEFIT 1L Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE F PUREST. We don't use anything but the best of wheat making our Flour. serve. Red Cross is your Red Cross, serving you at home. representing you abroad. It is for you, now that the war emergency is past, to make the ability to most of its "HE and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. I far-reachi- We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere, We give our special attention to exchange and custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. Home Service work, undertaken by the Red Cross Department of Civilian Relief, served in war time to aid the families of fighting men and to relieve anxiety of soldiers in camps. Out of experience gained In this work comes the Red Cross plan for the future. The common objective of Furniture, Carpets, and Druggets. We Solid Your Paronage. MYERS-BARGECO., R L 7 VI, VNg Jt 164. a m Jfr 1 . Senator Lodge and Shantung. Dr OFFICE Elam Harris D.TEJST-riST- all Red Cross work Is to improve general living conditions, to conserve the health and to promote the welfare of all people. In the larger cities community improvement has already reached a high state of development. It is left for the Red Cross to assist in furthering such work at the request of established agencies. But in the small cities and towns the Red Cross service is only limited by the interest and response of the public to the opportunity offered by the peace time extension of the Red Cross. Home Service is not charity work. The Red Cross organization is open to all. All may benefit by making the ability to most of its far-reachi- Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. We Have Just Added to the Above Line Sewing Machines, Clocka, Oil Stoves and Binder Twine. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OFfEACH MONTH. BLUEBIRD &? . Republican "strong men" in the Senate, and particularly Senator Lodge, long noted for his familiarity with and interest in foreign affairs, are moved to tears over the "crime of Shantung." Because of Japan's acquisition of the territory that Germany grabbpd from China, Senator Lodge and others would reject the peace treaty and throw the League of Nations covenant into the boneyard. It is more than passing strange that Senator Lodge should suddenly develop so deep an interest in China's territorial integrity after the lapse of twenty-on- e years during which he was silent and stone cold on that subject. It was in 1897 98 that the in ternational robbery was committed and Shantung passed to the possession of Germany. Senator Lodge was then in the Senate, President McKinley was in the White House, the Republicans were in control everywhere. Senator Teller and some leaders of the opposition party denounced the dismemberment of China and declared it be America's duty to "join with Great Britain in a notice to Russia and Germany that dismemberment will not be permitted. Did Senator Lodge define a similar attitude for himself? Not until the lapse of twenty-on- e years, then to suddenly burst into tears, to be moved to intense indignation by the transfer of a bit of territory from one inter-vnational robber to another strong-arnation whose title is at least no worse than was that of the imperialistic country Senator Lodge saw commit the original g robbery withoutso much as his voice in protest. Verily the years have softened the Massachusetts Senator's heart, but have failed to make consistency his jewel. m OFFICE: ResIdence!123.K Second Floor Cor. Main andiDepot Sts CAMPBELLSVILLE, ICY. Localanri Gener? t -- serve. Health, education, the development of the public health nursing idea and allied forms of community betterment work will be dealt with as individual problems where Red Cross assistance Is invited. NEW DIRECTOR STATES fflm&& 1 PfldTQ-"4-8- PLAYS i -- 1 VI i 11 a Shows Regularly Thurs & Sat. Night AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIRland ADJOINING COUNTIES PLANS FOR R.C. EXTENSION IN THE RURAL DISTRICTS NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. you know that there are 3,700 Home Service Sections operating under the Red Cross organization in the United States. Of these, 2,900 are in places having a population under DO mmm VETS TO MEET IN LOOISViLL AND reality. President Wilson has endorsed the Legion Legion. In the American Weekly of July '2o, a letter from the IDESSTTIST President is quoted as follows: "I am happy to have this opporAm permanently located in Co, i tunity to address a word of greeting and comradeship to the men who have lumbia. served in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps and are now banding themselves together to preserve the splendid traAll Classes of Dental work done. Crow ditions of that service. I have had a chance to see tlue men on land and d&e and Inlay work a Specialty ." sea, at home and abroad. The spirit All Work Guaranteed of their service was as splendid as its success, and the continuation of Office: netdoor to post office. that spirit in the American Legion will make it alwajs an inspiration to the full performance of high and difficult duties. Kentucky headquarters, 714 WELL Building, Louisville, is a place of varied activity. A state employment bureau. under Emmet I will drill wells in Adair and O'Neal, is In operation, and Mr. O'Neal is In touch with local posts J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. 8.000. War Department had liquidated-wa- r contracts amounting to approximately a billion and a quarter dollars. By this process, $1,279, 158.000, or 8.62 per cent of the amount of the contracts, was saved. There remained more than two billion dollars of unfulfilled contrct3 to be can celled or liquidated. On these, it was estimated, approximately two billions of dollars would be saved. A total saving of more than three billions of dollars will accordingly have been effected. lift-tin- Economy That Counts. Up to the last of June, the I Republicans in Congress are attempting to take the credit for savings. New appropriattons are'much smaller, and the departments of the Government are sending to Congress estimates greatly below what would have been necessary and what were requested before armistice was signed. In their claims of "economy" and thier boasts 'about "retrenchment," Republicans in Congress are attempting to deceive the public in to believing that if it had not been for their precautions, the appropriations would have been vastly larger. As a matter of fact, it is the departments, and particularly the War and Navy departments, that are showing the way to lesson appropriations. With these facts in mind, the Bureau of Rural Organization has been created in the Red Cross Department of Civilian Relief, and Prof. E. L. Morgan, of the faculty of the Massachusetts College of Agriculture, has director. In the fuevery Red Cross worker is to be ture informed as to where the community can get help in other than Red Cross work, and will consider it part of his duty to connect the community with those sources of help. "There are numerous problems," says Professor .Morgan, "which can be met only on the basis of a county. There are a number of counties in which this sort of work has been done and the following has been the general procedure: of the county-wid- e "1. A agencies for exchange of plans and projects and for mutual information about the work of each. "2. A study of the county concerning the outstanding needs of the county as a whole and certain towns in particular. 3. A conference of the people called4by these various agencies. "4. The presentation by various agencies of their program of work for the coming year. "5. Some sort of medium through agencies may which the county-wid- e come together frequently to keep in touch with each other. "The Red Cross does not assume that It is a correlative agency with a purpose of assembling other bodies. "It is the plan of the workers to develop rural organizations in the various Red Cross divisions as rapidly as is feasible bo that the development of the rural community, the heart and soul of country life, may be brought been--appointget-togeth- HENRY W. DEPP, to make 100 per cent Americanism a OCT State Convention Against 4 of American Legion Will Sound Keynote BROAD PLATFORM IS ADOPTED Louisville, Ky., August 4. (Special) Whei-- the soldiers, sailors and marines of Kentucky meet at the State Convention of the American Legion in Louisville, October 3 and 4, as the representatives of 100,000 veterans oi the world war, the keynote to be struck will be that of a new vigilance organization which will stand for the protection of American ideals and which will oppose with Its full strength lawlessness in any degree, whether it is based on open adherence to Bolshevism or any other form of anarchy or whether it takes the more insidious phase of secret propaganda based on any kind of adulterated Americanism. Judge Henry De Haven Moorman, of Hardinsburg, State Commander, and DRILLER Inter-Southe- rn adjoining counties. See me be which also have employment officers. Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Givt me a Call. J. C. YATES after-the-war Attilla Cox, Jr., Organization Chairman, declare that they reflect the views of the returned veterans when about" they assert that the new American Legion is standing firmly on the platREPORT SHOWS INCREASE and Us kinform that IN HOME SERVICE WORK dred are as odious today as ever. DURING THE PAST MONTH "The Legion," states Commander ! Moorman, "Is merely the continuance, th new work of the In an organized way of the force foi Cross Home Service good which our 4,000,000 soldiers, sailis being launched ors' and marines represented in the throughout Ohio, Indiana war. They are organing themselves and Kentucky, the aftermath of war so that demobilization ,of our armed cases is not being neglected. forces will not have dissipated this The last monthly report from the great force. With an awakened contice Day, November 11, In Minneapolis. Civilian Relief office in Cleveland science, regarding their individual and Veterans are calling November II shows 108 home service sections or- collective responsibility in a new light, "American Legion Day." ganized in Ohio 106 in Indiana and they propose to keep America safe for The American Legion will be a 144 In Kentucky. These 357 organized democracy." adjunct. Its incorporabandB of workers have dealt with Beautiful line ef Camisoles, corset At a meeting in Louisville yester- tion In Congress is pending. It is begiv40,709 families during the month day, the tlnae of the State Convention hind various Congressional bills deing specialized Information In 10,716 was fixed, and arrangements were signed to make laws against alien and covers, etc., at Instances and rendering tangible aerr made by Organization ChplrmanpCoxJ domestic dl!turhprs mora affortlwa nnrt Resell & Co. Ice In 30,624 cases. -m WHILE tne creiineratlons of the first assembly of veterans In Kentucky. An intimation of the great protective activities of the Legion Is expected to be given during the meeting. George It. Ewald, of Louisville, is chairman of the State Convention Committee, which is working with the Louisville Convention and Publicity League in planning the convention. Activities of the American Legion are well under way. Beginning August 4, a corps of volunteer workers left for a tour of the state, perfecting local organizations and making sure that Kentucky will be fully represented when the first national convention of the Legion is held, beginning Armis- Charles II. Moorman is War Risk Ofwith local posts in ficer, looking after insurance, bonus and compensation problems of the soldiers and sailors now back home. Colonel Arthur Woods, assistant secretary of war, has asked the full help of the Legion throughout the country In looking after the employment question. Lieutenant H. B. Turner, of his staff, a: a conference in Louisville last week, arranged with Legiou leaders and representatives of the War Camp Community Service, for the Immediate opening of a central bureau in the Lieutenant Turdowntown section. ner Is now visiting other cities in the state with a similar object. Dr. Arthur McCormack, of Bowling Green, as rehabilitation officer, is pushing vocational training and at the same time is inleresting medical men In the Legion. James P. Gregory Is planning a speakers" campaign and Is endeavoring to bring nationally prominent members of the Legion to Kentucky. Another phase of activity at state headquarter., is the Issuance of charters to loca- posts. Fifteen have been thus far and numerous others are In process of formation, according to D. A. Sachs, State Adjutant. - to nve rewxx ""y reBtesmteax-mr ADAIR CO'OTY MW3 t Concert With 300 Singers and 71st Regiment N. Y. G. Band, Sunday Before the Fair Opens i Certainteed Roof NO ANARCHY IN FORD'S VIEWS BISHOP WILLIAMS TESTIFIES M THE $1,000,000 LIBEL CASE AGAINST TRIBUNE. WON'T TELL "HALF-TRUTHS" ingS 9! . jr Noted Divine Says If Manufacturer's Theories Are Anarchistic Then He Is In Danger Of Becoming Anarchist Himself. HBBHHRBIRiiinKiHroiSHHHHHJH I Certain-tee- d renders a war service. made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so Certabi'teed saves war supplies, because it is Mt. Clemens, Mich. The Chicago Tribune rested Its defense in the $1,000,000 libel suit which Henry Ford has brought against it after spending seven weeks and two days in attempting to prove compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves war labor. It can be laid in less any other type of roof; and no skill is required time than anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certain-tee- d VJCtj as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof &b for factories, office buildings, hotels, stores, Warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d Offices & Warehouse in Principal Cities of America Products Corporation Roofing jk 0m. Manufacturers of Certain-tee- d Paints Varnishes Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods S. ML SANDERS & CO. KENTUCKY. The people to the Republican Congress for action that will correct the conditions of which the Federal Trade Commission and Governor Cox among thousands are complaining. There can be no escape from this duty to the people without incurring the odium of indifference to the country's welfare or the euilt of collusion with the profiteers. The Democrats have shown the way. Let the Republican majority suit its acts to the necessities. National Democratic Heakquarters. Have you a hitching post at vour house? Should we drive up to your place to make you a visit, and should we find no post there we might conclude that you were not very hospitable. The fact thac a hitching post is placed before a house is an indication the people of that house are expecting neighbors and friends to call upon CAMPBELLS VILLE, K3G$OS$OS$GJJGOC3SJGOQS" jttt3-- 5 8 B Mail Car Ford Car AUTOMOBILE LINE Columbia and Gainpbellsville r A TT V" $1.50, Round Trip, $2.75 I $2.00 Round Trip, $3.50 I 9 9 5 9 Special Attention to Traveling Men On account of the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled to raise our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville 9:30 p. m. and I p. m. 9 I Columbia, 123 PHONES. Gpt 9 3G8Q8G80&GS 30&OS XX W. E. NOE. J08Gi$G8Q($G$3Gi308G! $ &ws G. R. --gs REED, FIRE and LIFE thaai occasionally therefore a hitching post is a sign of hospitality even though there is nothing but a hole in the post through which to pass a OS strap, but if in addition to this - Keutucky. Columbia, is there a chain and snap attached to it the indication is that the owner of that home is a sociable man, who visits his negihbors give inspiration and occasion for and expects Let The Republicans Act! them to visit him in a Congressional inquiry and return, At least two opportunities remedy if the Republicans really (have been given to the Republic- wish to legislate for the entire Some of our congenial citizens an Congress to move toward a country instead of acting or have the habit of getting into reduction in the cost of living omitting to act for the behoof dept. It is not a necessity with of special interests. without at the same time the wages of workers or There is a general feeling that them, but simply a habit or the fair profits of producers. the present expense of living nuisance. It i3 an inconvenience l The Federal Trade Commission's has outrun any fair ratio to the to everybody with whom they .reports on the packing industry cost of produdtion and dis- have business dealings. No one which is charged with an at- tribution. There is a conviction should make a dept, even for a tempt to restrain trade and that those who supply the pubtime, unless it is absoluteproduction lic need for food and clothing short monopolize the and distribution of staple foods, 'and other commodities are ly nesessary, which is seldom, and Governor Cox's attack on manipulating and ' profiteering if the man is strictly honest and exploiters and .profiteers in Ohio, without conscience or curb. industrious. TJSTSTJRAlSrCE - . I im-pari- ng calling the manufacturer an "anarchist." The 12th week of the trial Kunda. before the official opening ers, led by the dashlii;, attractive, opened with Ford counsel offering rebuttal testimony against The Tri- of the M'vonteenth annual Kentucky gifted leader, Lieut. Lambert L. Kben. The repertoire to be offered by this; bune's defense. State Fair scheduled to be held in The first witness for Mr. Ford was Louisville the week of September hand will include some of the most pretentious ami beautiful compositions the Rt. Rev. Charles D. Williams, D. the State Fair grounds will be of the musical world and singers with, D., Episcopal bishop of Michigan, who appeared on the stand in rebuttal of tlit scene of one of the most pic- the 71st, as well as of the Louisville; the testimony of Prof. J. S. Reeves, turesque, enjoyable and unusual enter- Jubilate Choral Association furnishing professor of political science in the tainments of fair history, in the grand the three hundred voices for the chorus, will figure spectacularly in the University of Michigan who had presacred concert to be thrillingiy ren- solo numbers. viously testified that Henry Ford's dered by a massed chorus of three hunThe view of the fair itself, ready foe views were distinctly anarchistic. dred or more oices, accompanied by the gates- to swing wide on the first Bishop Williams said that Mr. the famous 71st Regiment New York celebration in four years unshadowed Ford's views were far from being Guards Band. by the clouds of war, promises a anarchistic and were, in fact, ChrisThe 71st is an organization which panorama of staking beauty and tian, common and often commonplace. "made musical history" during the As far as the eye can. The Bishop refused to be led Dy war and figured In much of the imreach will be spread out the bounties-NaturTribune counsel in his answers and portant war work of the metropolis. has la Mied on a fortunate insisted on telling "the whole truth." The band is also In constant demand land and the celebration should, and; Asked whether he thought Henry for vlctrola and r record doubtless will, hold for many a far Ford's declaration that aU armies work and rates as second to none in deeper significance, and arouse a greatshould be disbanded, all navies de- this line. er depth of genuine thanksgiving, stroyed and all material of war conThe organization is made up of forty than any exhibition has heretofore ofverted into commerlcal implements strikingly-uniforme- d play fered in State Fair history. was anarchistic, the witness answered: staged on one of the smallest perpenMYRIAD MIDWAY WONDERS dicular race tracks in America. Would Be Good World. AT COMING STATE FAIR La Fayette the Great and his inipas"I could quote a mitable mysteries are said to be rivalsages from Scripture that express alAfter a j ear's efforts in Life's vigor- ed in the offering of Omar Saml, and most that idea. I should say that the his "House of a Thousand Wonders." Kenmain theme of these statements by ous school the Midway of the A small but potent entertainer Is to Henry Ford are distinctly Christian, tucky State Fair offers old and young greet Fair visitors in the person of alike a "recess" which is as enjoyable the Princes Elizabeth, "wonder doll of commonly preached in Christian pulpits and that if they were lived up to a it is ephemeral. And after the es- the world." This elfin creature is only this would be a pretty good Christian pecially trying and saddening times of 3'2 inches high and weighs only 2? flit war a playtime and a playground pounds. world." "Bishop," asked Tribune counsel, - flesIn addition to the great array of enis especially appealing. "do you believe that Mr. Ford has Jji- ort,er t0 the momentous tertaining features contained in the quoted, 'patriotism is the last resort and joyous ""occasion of this first re- roster' of the World at Home Shows, of a scoundrel. " union in four years unshadowed by the there are several musical organizations "I have often said so," responded of merit, and a half dozen novel riding . the witness. "I have often seen it so." clouds of war, the State Fair manage- devices. ment has secured an attractive array Concerning the doctrine of Bishop Williams declared of feature, in the World at Home MULE ARtsTOCRATSENTERED he did not' believe in such a theorjj Shows, which are descriptively named, as it is claimed that the eighteen or but that many Christians did. belief of anarchists," saljj twenty attractions gathered under the A mule stake "It is the carrying premium banners of the World at Home were award of 1,000 was introduced at Tribune counsel.. gleaned from many parts of the globe the Kentucky State "Yes and the belief of Christians.' Fair in 101S. This and bring to the Fair visitors the was a sum hitherto unprecedented in a you be good enough to ans"Will wer the question," retorted counsel. wonders and amusements of foreign like event and the announcement lands'. "Anarchists say that and Christaroused keen interest among breeders One feature which the crowds will and owners. ians say that. I am afraid I am going find vividly alluring and spectacularly to tell the whole truth." At the Fair to be held in Louisville beautiful is the exhibition called "The the week of September "Now Bishop" of this L.i Rose Electric Fountain," said to year, this same money will be offered Would Tell Whole Truth. be one" of the newest and moat thrilling and in consequence the entry lists will "I am going to tell the whole effects ever carried with a carnival carry some of the best stock in the truth." country. "You are telling something I have Of the assured entries it is said that not asked you to tell." one of the greatest jack colts ever "You have not asked me for the foaled will come from Montgomery whole truth. I have to follow my concounty, and a jearling and jack likescience. I am a simple man." wise said to be wonders. Clark coun"I am afraid," continued the Bishop, ty will be repreented by a jennet be"that if this is anarchy I agree with it tween six and twelve months old whose mostly." ears measure 32 inches in length and Ford counsel then called William who Is In other respects a wonder. A. Dunning, professor of history and Nelson, Washington and Shelby are political philosophy in Columbia Uniboasting of th. stock they will send versity, to testify concerning Mr. and Boyle county which has carried away the ribbons for a number of Ford's theories and utterances. years, expects to repeat the perform"When Henry Ford," said counsel, "said that we should stop talking ance. Altogether the mule and jack one factory, one state and one class bids fair to be one of the livecountry and begin to talk about the liest stock features of the seventeenth annual celebration. world, was he preaching the doctrine of anarchy?" "No that is the general thought of WAR BALLOON EXHIBITION cosmopolitanism human inclusive-ness- ; it has permeated all speculation PROMISES THRILLS AT FAH( , on political philosophy ever since there was such a philosophy." The Kentucky State Fair manage "Is there anything peculiarly anarment is unable to state definitely a chistic about it?" yet that an exhibition of ballooq "No." flights and parachute drops will be an "Is it in any way essential to anarunprecedented attraction at the Kenchism?" tucky State Fair the week of Septem' . TTTfrrr Hkmrocn.n f.l rt CHAMPION" UNDERWATER "No." ber but there Is every indication EXPERT "Mr. Ford also said that he believed wri H LA ROSE FOUNTAIN SPECTACLE that the Government will sanction the humanity could make mistakes but showing which will be one of the most could do nothing worse; he said he company. There are said to be 15,000 interesting the Fair has ever prebelieved everything tended toward gallons of water hurled Into mid-ai- r sented. the good, and that even the terrible by this fountain at every performance, It Is the plan and plea of the State world war would result in blessing to the thunderous waves falling over sta- Fair management that the 31st U. S. the world. Is there anything anarchistic tuesque groupings of Venus-lik- e living Balloon Company be stationed on the about those ideas?" models while aurora-lik- e flames color grounds during the Fair and if this "They were commonplace before an the falls and graceful nymphs dance request is granted the entire company anarchist was ever heard of. The in the spray. will figure In balloon ascensions, paraidea that man is naturally good is Another attraction of aqueous type chute drops and balloon flights which the basis of Plato's morals. It has is the sensational performance of the will give sensational illustration of permeated moral philosophy ever world's champion lady fancy and trick e maneuvers in the air. since." diver, Lucile Anderson, and her comAmong the "sky vessels" will be the Prof. Dunning was then asked to pany of mermaids. Miss Anderson is great "Sausage Balloons" used in obrun through the articles and interknown as the "Amphibean Wonder" servation work during the war, and the views sponsored by Henry Ford and and her under-wate- r feats and endur- dirigible balloon will also be an atindicate the portions which would ance tests are said to be unbelievable. traction of unusual interest by reason convince a critical examiner that Mr. An exceptional, feature is heralded of the fact that there are few pilots in In a show called "Chinatown." Unlike civilian life who can manage them and Ford was not an anarchist The witness promptly pointed out the average flimsy pretense at Orien-ta- ! they are therefore seldom on exhibinumerous references to the govern.sin, this offering is said to faithtion. Public attention will center on ment and to the use of the ballot fully duplicate the dark, mysterious this balloon It is said, by reason o which showed, he said, that Mr. Ford underground world which was once their enormous size and their adaptabelieved in the orderly processes of San Francisco's' Chinatown before the blllty to maneuvering, bombing, etc. government and therefore could not great earthquake wiped this cesspool But theattention and Interest of the be an anarchist. In no writing or of sin from the earth. crowds will undoubtedly center op. tke, interview, he said, could he find a Good, rousing excitement will be mammoth captive balloons In whlc, single Indication that Mr. Ford was offered in the Polack Brothers Jig passengers may dally soar cloudward Circus, with. its. rough-ridinan anarchist, either, in the common and thereby gather some Idea la ador philosophical conception of that 2i:i:i::al acts and as well as vance of the method of travel In .he Finger motorcycle and sateaie-bil- e tana. as a common carrier la the neai AiK'Ing features, whidb wlU be fetwe. I S-l- o, that it was Justified in - e piano-playe- well-traine- d, half-doze- n ---- -. k non-resistan- S-1- 3, ut Ms H Jli J r 3, war-tim- - la-do- or g, gun-pla- y, pxe-t-dlct- ed 2. i a t; .3 . THE ADAIR COUNTY NSW3 GradjVille, F. A. I Eosenbaum, Local 33.73 Reglsieryital statictic) j,w. b..Uinqmanr.8ame "- 111 . i, Caldwell, of Milltown, ?i:W. G. P,ickett, same ?&&. here the last of the week, Eugene Nell, same Ajofidng; for fat cattle. '" ' Irene Gistsanie ;Geo. W.'Billon,. same JohnQ. Alexander, the well-- . 'la W.Tabor, same iJcnawkdry goods man .of. Louis-- ! li. C. Blair, same was calling on his. trade! A. J. Combesvsame ' J. O. White, same &ao5. the first of the week. Gar wheat in this section "is H. F. Coffey.same ' A. HoviouB. same all threshed and our far-;.aRobert Aw Sublett, same hare &de plenty for home E,. O DHlinghamj, same otcoj&sumptiotf and some to spare. Dr.,R B. Atkinson, PhysT&sworkon the new Metho-.rffia- fc ician (vital statistic) church, near this place, is W. C. Barrett, same retrogressing nicely. We under-ften- d B. J. Bolin, same W. F. Cartwright, same the church will be ready John D. Combesc, same j&ETr dedicating before annual Oscar Dunham, same . suCerence meets. W. J. Flowers, same Z. T. Gabbert, same Messrs. H. A. Walker and Price, of Columbia, called in J. C. Gose, same L. F. Hammonds, same .4see.UR while en route for the N. M. Hancock, same .ai.sqldier's reunion near Weed, R Y. Hindman, same last week. J. I. McGlendon, same Mr. JZach Beard, one of the O. P. Miller, same .igfi&ast citizens in the Pickett S. P. Miller, same A. V. Neathery, same "Cksg el community died on the L. C. Nell, same .3 th,. with a complication of tro- Chas. M. Russell, same upes. He has been an invalid W. E. Sanders, same &iz several years. He was sev- - S. J. Simmons, same ..ecity.four years of age and a G. T. Simpson, same PpW'i Virn Patton furnishing pau- 25 001 ,. A. J. Barnes 1 sheep 15 00 ivSO' 50 ' H. T. R.qbjnsa.n..Appraisers ..'v: S.. 15 00 Berfc Epperson 6 moaalary as 8 75' v Treasurer , . 13 25 Jewries Hdw, Store, for nails ,,.-.,?- 1'50; 12 50' etc for county 0' ''.." e, Jeffries HdwStoregood3fur-110nished county '' ' 14 00 L. H. 'Jones for stationery, 18 75 postage etc 27 00 11 75 J. W. Burtod goods f urnish- ed for prisoners- Walker Bryant furnishing; county with lumber G. L. Wolford hiring auto for county u L. Akin looking after pur- chase of county farm W. S. Sinclair for transfer- ring pauper to Lincoln Co W. S. Sinclair for conveying child to orphan's home "W, S. Sinclair for expenses to Frankfort VV. A. Coney same D. H. Beard for bridge lum- ber Bradley Gilbert Co for mort- gage book Kochler Stamp & Stencil Co for metal tags CM. Russell examining Mary Dorinda McGaha in- - 25 00 12 00 6 50 ra '' 5 75 4 25 9 25 '' 4 75 3 25 50 8 00 Ti-r.-f- iis ,7 00 15 00 1 75 7 25 10 CO 25 50 5 50 3 00 12 75 8 50 1 50 'L. Akin J P 'I"!(. ,! . ... y Jesse Bryant 1 sheep 17 79 ,S. I. Bfir Appraisers'' " J C White "same 20 77 .W & Siinclair:J P n' 3 sheep Mrs Bell Tucker 4137' Oscar Arnold Appraisers James Slaughter same 15 90 GL Wolford J PR H Price 1 sheep 74' 98 O CVaughan Appraisers :' O C Bradshaw same w.'- 00 W S Sinclair J P 5 '' Cull Blakey 2 sheep 2' 00 G W Cape Appraisers i' ' M A Cape same 8 00 F H Bryant J P WHAbsherl sheep W P Dillingham Appraisers 12 00 H A Humphress same 25 00 WS Sinclair J P 25 00 R L Caldwell 1 sheep killed George Atkins Appraisers 5 70 Curtis Yarberry same W S Sinclair J A C C 24 79 Cortez Sanders 3 days Election Com 10 80 Elsey Young 'same W B Pattesbn same E L Sinclair waiting on Flu 37 70 -' ;; NEW OFFERING , ! ; 60 I 15 00 50 : J..' '.; -- , ' 60 50 Oompanj- - operates the largest chain of department stores of its kind In' ' the world, maintaining 197 stores, extending into- twenty-fiv- e states. - J. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock $3,000,000 30:00: 00 50 50 Iff- 00' - PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YJELD " Special Circular On Request. 210 S. 78. - FIFTH STREET JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. LOUISVILLE - 50 50 '50 30 00 50 60 50 15 00 Republic Trucks Will Help Pay Your Income Tax 50 50 50 10 00 50 50 60 6 00 6 00 6 00 quest L. C. Nell same Winfrey for clerk of lunacy trial Standard Printinsr Co for election supplies etc Standard Printing Co for stock claim warrant book The following named persons are allowed the sum of $51 00 each for 17 days services as members of Board of Supervisors of Tax book for year, 1919, one-hathe amount to be paid by Co. J. W. Simpson 17 days at ?3.00 per day $51.00 by Co John C. White same J. T. Humphress same J. N. Coffey same W. H. Burris same E. P. Hancock same W. S. Antle same L. H. Jones Co Tax Commissioner 17 days at 3 per day $51 00 to be paid by County S. C. Neat clerk 17 days at $3 per day $51.00 to be paid by County T. C. Davidson voting house Harry Chilson same lf 3 00 3 00 patents Albert Turner coffin for pauper 20 00: 10 00 18 00 12 75 M. C. 25 7 75 6 00 Bennett & Smith pauper claim f&rather of George jMiMtawn. Beard, of !TTollnn1 R Kimncnn erima William J. Seeney, same MIDWIVES. f. 25 3 75 170 19 JFPatteson County Dynamite Co for 35 77 War13 00 164 60 We regret to say that our NAMES OF REGISTERED 2ifigfcbor and friend, Dr. S. Sim- - Eliza Barnett, same .moos and family, will in the Sarah Barnett, same .c&ttrg, where they will make their Ella Blair, same Savannah Bragg, same sSitxire home. Dr. Simmons is S. A. Taylor, same 17 75 Standard Printing 50 25 50 25 25 rant Book Adair Co News Printing and advertising Same for advertising Dog Tax List of Names Strong Hill bridge lumber R E Strange pauper claim Frank Bridgewater 3 sheep killed 25 50 J A Gilpin Appiaisers 25 50 J F Gilpin same 25 50 25 50 25 50 Ton receive little revenue from your farm until yourjirodactj on arrive at the market. And the net profit then depends-largelhow much It costs you to del Iver them. s, Whether you are marketing dairy products, grain, fruit, hay or live stock, you can, with a Republic Motor truck, d h to the time haul a larger load and return home in required by a team. In a year's use a Repub lie will naturally save yon many; times the amount of your income tax, besides cutting down your acfual working hours and giving you more time for leisure, amusement and other duties which farm ers have not in years past been abla to find time for. Investigate REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS now. y Teffe-table- one-thir- one-fift- mezr future, moye to Greens- - Missouri Barrett, same SK 67 60 10 27 38 00 45 00 50 50 50 15 00 50 50 50 15 25 246 50 12 50 63 00 Peter 211-21- M. Andriot & Sons DISTRIBUTORS arts of the leading physicians of the county and had all the prac- . Alice Bryant, same 1 25 25 do here. For some reason best known to himself, he Decided to leave us. We can Ae&rtiiy recommend him and his &cze could good family to any community, srfcerever they may locate. The -- doctor has recently purchased very, valuable property at Greens- - .i)urg. - &nual reunion of our old 3Qldiect met at Weed last week. "Ifosre was one of the largest T.buz that has ever been. 'Perfectly good order prevailed throughout the entire gathering. 'There was fine preaching service .eacluday by Revs. Payne, Par-du- e and a general jgoo-- i time prevailed. 'Scr town was made glad one day last week, when it was made n . that Edward Hill, who , has 6een over in France for the vSsr.-sjghteemonths, had ar- ilveC We were all glad once r.mcpe i to shake his had in the iifeshnd:toknow he had safely arrived. He is looking fine and enjoying the best of ,fca(th. Jtis very interesting to eli about the people woeec the pond. Sev. Bedford Turner, of Fra- .zxz .very able divine, has been ,&Bl&lng a series of meetings, as- tfcfedijyvthepaster, D. L. Vance, t fee "Methodist 'church, in our d(ye for the past week. As a this meeting, there has &een. a number of professions .&ad the church as well as the r3camunity, greatly revived. sSLor; Turner is a very zealous vfrorjcerin the vineyard of our "Roach kn-.wn --- and .&dti: $SCe,sW, CeURT OP CLAIMS. K Carrie E. Bryant, same Sallie Bryant, same Sarah J. Bryant, same Lucy Buckman, same Annie Burbridge, same Ellen Carson, same Marier E. Combest, same L. O. Crawhorn, same Mary F. Hard wick, same Eliza Harrison, same Martha B. Harvey, same Lucy Hendrickson, same Mary E. Hudson, same Laurel ohnson, same Bell Jones, same Ellen Jones, same Mary Jones, same Mrs. Susan Jones, same Lucinda Keltner, same Laura Martin, same Susan Page, same Bettie Petty, same Frankie Richard, same Alice Roach, same Lucy Roach, same Mrs. L. C. Robinson, same Lucinda Robinson, same Dorinda Rodgers, same Mollie Williams, same Laura Francis Wilson, same Mrs. S. W. Wilson, same Live Wingler, same M. E. Wingler, same E, M. Harrison, wrongfully listed (twice) W. H. Hamon ?6 00 for Ermine Karnes burial clothes James Harvey 913.00 and Hendrick Humes paupers G. B. Murphy & Son furnishing paupers G. B. Murphy & Son for seed potatoes J. R. Tutt & Son for 3 kegs nails for building bridge Peter Cheatham furnishing pauper 23 weeks Ben Yarberry bridge lumber Acy Reliford furnishing pauper Marcella Reliford G. ' M. Tedder furnishing pauper Jannie Reddleman Farmer's Store furnishing paupers five Nell & Cheatham furnishing influenza patients Dr. S. A Taylor for visiting Otis Denson a pauper Butler Jones furnishing Nan-- . -- 7 W. Liberty St. Louisville, K7. 7 00 3 00 25 1 75 75 LAkinJPACC J A Gilpin 1 sheep killed 25 2 00 6 00 1 50 LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Presed. PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. W A Janes Appraisers 25 50 J W Sneed same 25 50 L Akin J P A CC J Z Collins pauper claim DrS P Miller Jail physician etc Dr C M Russell visiting pau25 50 pers DrSP Miller Med attention given Wm Curry's family 25 50 3 00 Dr B J Bolin visiting paupers 3 00 3 00 DrLC Nell visiting paupers 3 00 Flowers & Keen furnishing paupers 3 00 3 00 Coomer & Page same 3 00 Pickett & Howard same 3 00 Dr S J Simmons visiting paupers 3 00 3 00 Frank Caldwell bridge lumber 3 00 3 00 J P Miller & Sons furnishing paupers 3 00 3 00 S C Neat making Tax Books for 1918 etc road 3 00 Cortez Sanders-servinorders etc 3 00 g 25 50 25 25 25 25 25 1 25 R. R. STOTTS, COLUMBIA, Hancock Hotel, KENTUCKY. 50 25 40 00 47 00 26 00 40 95 103 00 1 50 J. R. Tutt School WORTHMORE BRAND ONE PIECE OVERALLS The Worthmore Suit is the only logical garment for comfort, neat appearance, and hard use. The cloth is of superior quality, all seams are every detail has been considered and perfect satisfaction is assured. It allows freedom of movement and protects fr.hp wearer rnmnletelv. triple-lock-stitche- 25 Cool Spring 1 50 same 25 50 75 1 00 house 25 1 00 1 25 25 25 25 3 75 1 27 45 00 410 04 17 55 18 20 28 75 8 64 26 00 25 50 68 35 147 10 3 00 10 00 Strong Hill same J. M. Shive same John Young same H. K. Taylor same Mark Wilson same Junius Holt same N. T. Jones same Jake Baulb same R A. Cooley same Junius Hancock same Hadis Harvey Road Overseer 1918 E. M. Staples same D. J. Bowen 300 ft bridge lumber R T. Gadberry road overseer 1918 L. Y. Gabbert same B. C. Wilson same J. M. Durretb same W. A. Janes same J. F. Gadberry same M. I. McQueary lumber for culvert 1918 overseer Simon Taylor overseer 1918 Melvin Bault same R, W. Page lumber for coun NO 'BINDING (SUSPENDERS ALL VfcEX K. CIRCULATlOtf FRE. OF AIR CDrtM NECK- - VT0 FEET SEAMS JTRIPLE 'STITCHED 10 50 95 00 283 75 190 05 59 50 48 00 2 75 39 13 d, Mosim Mm BRASS 'BUTTONS IVS U. F nil' 1 41' MtlB Hft . 2 y Ml -- . V te-.-g.- RIVETED L3 einforc EMLtr R : . ism n mv, W V vr a 1 D .strain EPJNTS J 6 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 6 00 A Goodin furnishing pau- pers Wilmore & Moss same Wilmore & Moss shovel and nails Albin Murray supplies for Flu patients Furkin& Reece furnishing paupers Allen Walker machinery for County farm W I Igram furnishing JFlu ECONOMY They are better They are cheaper The one piece suit is here to stay, the same as in under--we- ar all progressive dealers have them. Our guarantee goes with every garment. Every seam is triple-lock-stitche- II) d. ! 38:00 118 00 17 82 ty James Earles overseer 1918 Elam Spoon same , Eli Grant same . Woody Wheat same M. E. White same Charlie Murrah same W. G. Ellis same S. A. Guthrie sheep claim Ed Hadley Appraisers L. S. Guthrie same F. H. Bryant J. P. J. W, Morgan 1 sheep S. A. Guthrie Appraisers patients C R Hutchison same Barger Bros furnishing jail supplies . ( - GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP. ) - 9 00 5 39 10 00 &2UHv 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 Distributed by TR Stults making settlement with Co Treas Adair Co Council of National Defense making his tory of Adair Co soldier J. Zinsmeister & Sons. Kentucky. Louisville Incorporated '15 00 ' J boys W Rafferty 10-0- 9 mo Live 120 00. 1 22 ; "Sallowing is a true and correct list oy Royse coffin s eatnea, together with the amounts Mrs Fayette Woolrldge .ssCappbsite their names, allowed at keeping 3 paupers 4 dajs IfscJasb regular April Term of the A. A. Walker furnishing .AfiSatrCoanty Fiscal Court, . paupers L. C. Blair same ar. B. Sinclair Co., Judge $ 91 66 salary no. Mch., "' J. H. Jeans, same tl&,h:LoySupt. School sal J. A. Rlall, same 10000 ity in Men, J. F.. Triplet, furnishing ,i salary Co., xjA-CoHeooffinstwo 83 34 . Men. 1919: At-,$yy, 5, 00 11 00 Stock Inspector Sandusky & Cambridge lum50 ber 50 Sandusky & Co lumber for 8 00j 50 50 50 Mrs 50 12 40 60" . . Represented in Taylor, Green and Adair Counties by R. (Borders Campbellsville, Ky. C.C Hoe Sr v L. S. Guthrie same 45 50 F. H. Bryant J P 23 00 T. B. Combs 1 sheep 45 50 barn at jail WW Kirtley furnishing paupers Coffey 8 53 furnishing pau10 55 13 00 pers courts and. Dieting prison-er- a 345 50 J P to H F t urnWi-in- g glass AW Tarter fixing Survey' Alph Jessie Appraisers. Leo H Compton same Flu patients 20,00 L.AklnJP ' ' "1 Sandusky &" Young 50 for Court House 60 ors office ' 39415 J.M Kearnes repair on Road Rotter 15395 A- - 16 25 A W Tarter Jailors official Coun-ft.- y - 25 00. bo; duties Attest, S. C. Neat, Clerk, x 900 00 v, W ,Trter waiting A. C. C, 1