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,! ? f " KHfj . -. - i-r j x , -" Sfeats -... , VOLUME XXIII COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 920. NUNBEI 24: Married at Cane Valley. Married in Louisiana. Adair Post, No 99. Paid List. More Business Houses. J ;'- JVnah Couittw J Death of Dr. Ulysses Montgomery. The subject of this writing was born In Adair county, near the White Oak Church, seventy-three years ago, his birthday reaching that age would have been last Wednesday, and his death occurred in Louisville where he successfully practiced his profession for twenty years or more, the day be fore. He was a victim of Bright's disease, and he was an invalid several months before the end came. His ,, wife died the first of March of last year, and the surviving members of the family are two daughters. His father, Dr. W. B. Montgomery, who in his life time, was a prominent physician, practicing in this and Bus sell county. Hon. Jas. F. Montgom ery, of this place, is a surviving broth er. The mother of Dr. Ulysses and Jas. F. Montgomery died when they were small children, and some years after her death, Dr. Montgomery re moved to Russell county, having mar ried his second wife, and Jt was in this county that the deceased and his brother, James, lived until they were grown. They were both ambitious and the subject of this notice adopted the medical profession and the latter took to the law; and in the meantime ,their father had returned to Adair county to live, and later he was fol .lowed by his son, Jas. F., who has been prominent at the bar here for more than thirty yean. Dr. Ulysses after his graduation from the Louisville University, com menced practicing at Cane Valley and a few years later he removed to Camp Knox, in Green county, where he was successful, and where he,, married the firBttime, Miss Eliza Cornelison. To this union no children were born, and after a few years of happy married life, the wife died. Three or four years later he was again married to Miss Florence Mooreman, who w the mother of his two surviving daughters. Dr. Montgomery stood high with the medical profession of Louisville, and his death cast a gloom over the city where he was known and appre elated. - Mr. J. B. Montgomery and Mrs. Locky Montgomery, who live at Ozark, are half brother and J half sis ter. The funeral was held last Thursday afternoon and the interment was in Cave Hill. Mr. Gordon Montgomery, of this place, a nephewj was in at tendance. On account of flu conditions, the celebration of the 20th anniversapy of Eld. Z. T. Williams' work with the Christian Church was postponed. The church now hopes to observe this celebration next Sunday evening Apr. 11, at 7.30. A cordial invitation is extended to the entire community. See my line of printed Georgette crepe for blouses. Prices right. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. Misses Ruby and Ruth Sharp and Cecil Sullivan entertained a large crowd of girls with an Easter hunt, Sunday. Miss Bessie Bennett won the prize finding the most eggs. Mr. Jas. Wilson, of Metcalfe county was married to Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, in the suburbs of Columbia, a few days ago. Mrs. Taylor was the wldowJ of Clarence Taylor. The Jeffries Hardware a Store Is now ready to supply the farmers of Adair and adjoining counties. Read their advertisement in todays News. Is it not stragets'at some men who think they are smart have so little sense that they have not sense enough to know how little they have got. The farmers of Adair county were exceedingly busy all last week, and "Qaa industrious spirit will continue as iong as the fair weather lasts. The little child that was accidental ly hurt at Campbellsville last week, is rapidly improving, we are glad to note. Last Wednesday afternoon about 6 o'clock, Miss Annie Farrls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Farrls, Cane Valley, and Mr. Jas. L. Pelley, who lives near Columbia, were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents, in the presence of a number of friends. The ceremony was per formed by Eld. W. T. May, of the Christian Church. Following the ceremony there was a bountiful repast, consisting of sub stantial and delicacies of the season. On Thursday the couple came to the groom's home, three miles east of Columbia, which had been furnished and otherwise made ready for the bride. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Pelley, this place. He is a pop ular and Industrious farmer. The bride is one of Adair county's compe tent school teachers. Congratulations and presents have been coming In and Mr. and Mrs. Pelley are happy. See my line of "Window Draperies" before buying. I have the latest ma terials. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. -Surprised Their Friends. Mr. Chris Dohoney and Miss Hallie Clarkston, both of this place, and who have been keeping company for quite awhile, surprised their associ ates last Monday by going to Lebanon where they were married.. They were accompanied to Lebanon by Mr. John Jeffries and Miss Mattie Morrison. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Dohoney. When the call to arms came he enlisted and went across, remaining in France more than a year. He is industrious and never lacks for employment, and has many friends. The bride is a native of Marion county, and is a sister of Mrs. W. E. Noe, with whom she has made her home sincebecoming a resident of Co lumbia. She is a very prudent young woman. Her modesty has won her many friends since coming here to live, and those who know her well, trust that only happiness Is In store for her and the young gentleman of her choice. FOR SALE Genuine Boone coun ty white seed corn, 1919 crop. Two tests, 100 per cent. each. On Ear 70 lbs. to bu., $4.25. Shelled 56 lbs. to bu. 84.75. Good, heavy sacks included. Prompt attentions to all orders. Wm. Swearingen, R3 Shepherdsvllle, Ky ' l 24-3t Will you Help? This is the time of the year when fur bearing animals should be protect ed. Be a real sportsman take in ail your traps and urge your neighbor to do the same. This will insure another fur crop for next season. Don't kill squirrels now; remember the young ones are yet in the nest. And its the mother you kill little' ones die and you thow the mother away for shes not fit for food., Save the Bob White. Cut worms to" destroy. And tell you when your peas are ripe., Farmer. Mr. S. L. Fisher, a prominent far mer of the Holmes section, and one of the best watermelon growers In the Green river country, was in Columbia last Wednesday. He said that the News had not been coming to him for several months, and that he found that he could not get along well with out It, and handed us 31.50 for a year's subscription. Drs. W. J. Flowers and O. P. Miller went to Russell Springs, last Tuesday, and removed the tonsils of a little daughter of Mr. Darnell, who runs the hotel. Mr. Ben F. Thomas called at the News office last Wednesday and hand ed in one dollar and fifty cents,) in payment of his twenty-third year without intermission. N Monday afternoon of gthis week, Prof. T A. Judd, son of Mr. J. H. Judd, this place, was happily married to Mi3S Isabella Newberry Gwin, a member of a prominent Louisiana family. The ceremony took place at Mangham, the home of the bride. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left, for Atlanta, Ga., where they had arranged for a fewjdays stay, and from there they will go to Jellico, Tenn , where the groom is superin tendent of the schools of that city. The bride is a leader in Church work, and is a graduate of Judson College, Alabama. Miss Llllie Judd, who is a sister of the groom, and who teaches at Mans field, La., attended the wedding. In this place where the groom was born and reared he has many warm, personal friends. He is a young man of polished manners, a graduate of Georgetown College, possessing an ir reapproachable character, and the young people with whom he grew to manhood, will be glad to learn that he has been wedded to a companion who will be a helpmate in his chosen life work. Sometime after the close of this school year, Prof. Judd will bring his wife to Columbia, for a visit, and the two will be gladly received upon- their arrival. Married In Jeffersonville. Mr. Calvin Cox. son of Mr. and Mrs A. B. Ccx, and Miss Mary Ruth Win frey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Winfrey, this place, went to Jefierson ville, Ind., last Friday and on Saturday they were united In marriage. After the ceremony the conple left for Detroit, Mich., where the groom is employed. The bride is 14 years old the groom about 20. There were no objections upon the part of parents on either side. Their many friends extend their best wishes. The groom has already purchased a nice home and has it well furnished. Miss Pearl Cox, sister of the groom, accompanied the couple to Detriot When you speak a kind word to a child on one of our streets it soon passes from your" memory. Bur. not so with the child. That kind word and others like them are remembered and treasured, and exert a beneficial influence in moulding the future character of that child. Big things grow from little beginnings, and we can do much to improve the future of our community by using kindness and friendliness in greeting the little ones when we meet them. Mr Edwin Baker, who was a son of the late Horace E. Baker, Campbells ville, died in Lake View, Washington, on the 14th of March. He was a victim of pulmonary trouble and his illness was of long duration. He was 28 years old and a splendid young man. He leavesa wife and a three year old boy. Also four sisters, all married, and three brothero. He was a great mephew'of the editor of The News, and a second cousin of Miss Sue Baker this place. In the building of State roads Adair County gets three, as follows: From Columbia to Tennessee State line, near Willow Grove, Tenn., ia Burksvllle. From Somerset to Colum bia via Jamestown. From Elizabeth town to Columbiavia Hodgensville. These roads will be the making of Columbia and will greatly enhace the business of the entire county. County Clerk Neat has issued the following marriage licenses since our report last week: Robert Gobel Stotts and Miss Sarah Walker, both of Dirigo; Racie Raymond Smith and Dollie Lee Wilson, both of Milltown. All Master Masons, in regular standing, are requested to meet with Columbia Lodge,' No 96, next Thurs day night. Work in the third. Born, to the wife of Henry Gad ult. a berry, Saturday, the" 27th daughter. the 27th there was an formed here of the American Legion, to be known as the Adair Post, No 99. The member-. ship is made up of young 'men who served in the world war and the ob ject is to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and to maintain law and order and also to be ready when this country calls, to defend its colors. The follow ing officers were elected for the com ing year: E. W. Reed,- Commander. Jas. Holladay, Vice Commander. Ralph Hurt, Adjutant. Shreve Davis, Post Historian. Felix Royse, Master of Arms. Leon Lewis, Finance Officer. ' All service men are urged to join and those who want to take member ship can get cards from any member of the Post. Big Timber Deal. Last Tuesday Guy Nell and Roy Stotts, both of this place, bought of C. D. Cheatham, all the merchantable timber on the farm which was owned by the late Ed Stotts, for $6,500. This Is one of the best boundaries of timber in Adair county. It Is White oak and poplar and many of'the trees are very large. Messrs. Nell & Stotts will begin cutting and hauling It to the mill as soon as they can make preparations. Married. Last Thursday forenoon Mr. Henry L. Sparks and Miss Nellie Murrell, both of Gadberry, drove to the home of Rev. George Collins where they were married. In honor of the event a bountiful dinner was served at the home of Mr. E. W. Bennett. The many friends of this very deserving couple extend their best wishes. J. W. Flowers and Mrs. Lola Lov ett,who owned the residence near the Graded School building, used atone time asjthe parsonage of the Pres byterian Church, sold It to Mr. T. A. Firkin, of Cane Valley, consideration, $2,000. P o s s e s s ion will be given the first' of July, at which time Mr. Firkin will become a citizen of Columbia. Miss Mamie Morrison, daughter of George A. Morrison, of Adair County, was married in Lebanon Monday of last week to A. E. Thurman. The groom is 35 years old and is a son of W. H. Thurman, Jailer of Marion County. The bride Is 21 years" old, and recently she was employed at the Jeffries Hotel, this' place. The couple left at once for Flint, l&ich. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Pelley gave a 'din ner last Thursday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pelley, who were married Wendesday afternoon. The Immediate relatives were present and a delight ful dinner was enjoyed. Mach has gone, and the ground pigs Piloted time has past, and Easter blew in last Sunday, According to reckoning of all the older inhabitants, we will now have some pretty weather Attentlonls called to the "ad" of Mr. W. C. Van Hoy in Jto-days News. He is the owner of some fine stock and you should read what he has to say. , Mr. J. S. Breeding informs us that his Green river farm has been damaged more in the last few months thari In twenty-five years ' past. Tremendous hall at Cane Valley Sunday afternoon.. A great many window panes were knocked out. Mr. Eugene Wethington started his spoke factory last Monday. He has quite a lot of timber on the yard. ( Some snow here Monday morning and the weather cold, fruit was chilled. Evidently i We publish all the interesting fe& tures of the New Road Law in thisi week's paper On March orglnazatlon The following, are new paldsubscrib ers and renewals since our Issue of last Tuesday. Mrs. R. A. Montgomery, Mrs. L. P. Miles, S. L. Fisher, B. F. Thomas, J. W. Vaughan, J. C. Eubank, S. R. El liott, Mrs. E. O. Morgan, Jo M. Ros enfield, Solomon Grady, A. R. Thom as; J. S. Campbell, Col, Frank L, Ripy, J. H. Willis, R. L. Dickerson, M. M. Ingram, Miss Sallie Stewart, E. F Hadley, W. W. Dickerson, John Brockman, - S. D. Barbee, John C. White, J. L. Johnson, J. W. Reece. An Old Card. The wording of the following card was sent to Miss Eliza Todd, of this place. It was found in the papers of Mr. William Hutchison by his son, Jo: "The pleasure of your company Is so llcitedat a social and Cotillion Party to be given at Brown's Hotel, in Co lumbia, Ky., on Friday evening No vember 30th, 1866. Committee of Invitation: "M. H. Turner, A.K. Russell, R. R. Peebles, T. T. Wilson, C R. Page, P. W. Vaughn, Thos. W. Montgomery, J. T. E. M'Lean, Geo. E. Johnston. Floor-Managers. "A. K. Russell, J. T. E. M'Lean." Not a person named on the card is now living, but the recipient is yet residing in Columbia. - "Life is not all talcum'to the heavy tourisjitube that cushions all shock when the car spins along a road with wheels turning several times a sec ond," declares Buchanan Lyon Co local Goodyear distributon. "More than talc is needed to smooth the rough and stony life road of tubes that stand heat and cold, neglect and abuse. Mr. A. R Bishop who was the owner of the Novelty Shop in this place, assigned to Mr. A. D. Patte son, last Tuesday We do not know the amount of stock on hand nor the indebtedness. The indebtedness is principally in Columbia and in Louis ville. Statement of The Adair County News, published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Apr , 1, 1920. State of Kentucky, I C6uNTr of Adair. 1 ' Befo"r3"me, a Notary Public, in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Mrs. Daisy Ham lett, who, havingbeenduly sworn accord! ng to law, de poses and says that she Is thepubllsh er of the Adair County News and that the following is, to the best of her knowledge and belief, a true state ment of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, to-wlt: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, and business manager are: NAME OF P. O. ADDKESS Publisher, Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, . Columbia, Ky. Editor, J. E. Murrell, - Columbia, Ky, -if Managing Editor, Daisy Hamlett; Business Manager, Daisy Hamlett, ' ' ), i. Columbia, Ky. HDalsy Hamlett, Owner. -Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, owning 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds,, mortgages, or other securities. (If there are none, so state.) None. Columbia, Ky. Subscribed to and sworn before me this 1st day of Apr., 1920 seal: Jo S. Knifley. Notary Public Adair County, Ky My commission expires Feb. 19th., 1924. Mr. James Cheatham,' or Amanda ville, delivered ninety-five head of fat hoge to Phelps Bros., this place, last Wednesday at 14 cents. If) you need fertllzer see G, W. Collins goods. Place of business in front of Durham poultry horse. The wet weather the latter part of I last week retared farm work. Court of claims. Is now in session Columbia is very much in need of a few more business houses. The Bank of Columbia is. going to have the corner house where Mr. W. I. Ingram is now doing business remod dled for a banking Institution, and Mr. Ingram' Is to remove his stock of goods to the building now occupied by Dr. J. N. Page. Dr. Page has been making an effort for the past four week3 to secure a room for his bus iness, but up to now the outlook is not: favorable for a location. However, the Doctor has not given up, and says that something will turn up favorable for him. We hope so. Ha has been selling drugs so long that ha v would be greatly mis3ed from tha business affairs of Columbia. House for rent. H. T. Baker. Badly Hurt' James P. Petty, a young man of this county, who lives near Picnic,, and who got fearfully mangled by a stripping machine, at Akron, Ohio six weeks ago, was in Columbia last Wednesday, on crutches. He was en route for Akron, to go under tha treatment of a surgeon. In the acci dent his right knee was mashed, his back wrenched, and a terrible gash cut in one of his thighs. From J his appearance we judge that it will Vn BAtftiil mnnfdcf linfPA Via tttIII ViA ! able to do manual labor. Easter services at the Methodist and Baptist churches last Sunday. Special music at both churches and splendid sermons by the respective pastors. At the Methodist church Mrs . R. V. Bennett and Mis3 Frances Russell accompanied Mrs. Russell with violins. Mrs. Turney rendered a solo very beautifully. The letter sent in from Ella' unsigned, could not be published. The contributon at Portland will a sign his letters. We do not want tha names of writers for publication, but for our protection. Quarterly Meetings, Third kound Columbia District. Peytonsburg, Pleasant Hill Apr. 3-4 Burksvllle,. Marrowbone Apr.4 P. M. 5, H " ...- far- Bear Creek, Bear Greet " 6. Renox, Terry's Chapel " 7. Jamestown, Bethlehem " 8. Clinton Circuit, Fairview ' 1011. Albany, Oak Grove Apr. 11 P. M. 12. "J Russet1 Springs, Mt Olive Apr. 11. 12 Plcketts, Summershade " 1718 Pierce, Beech Grove "19 I Greensbnrg, Mt. Lebanon " 20. f Cane Valley, Mt Carmel Apr. 2425. Gradyville, Tartars Chapel " 28." Temple Hill, Boyd's CreekMay 12.. Fountain Run, Tracy " 3. Tompklnsvllle, Bethlehem " 4. Casey Creek, New Providence" 89. West Monticello, Keen's Chapel May 1516. Monticello, Monticello 16 P. M. 17. Mill Springs May 18. Summersville. Taylors Chapel " 2223. Campbellsville Mortons Chapel " 24 Mannsvllle, Union Bridge " 25. District Conference, Greensbnrg May-26-30. Sparksville, Independence, June' 5-6. Elkhorn, Hogards Chapel''' 12-13. Campbellsville. June 13 P. M. 11 Columbia, Columbia " 19-20. T. J. Wade P. E- Mr.Henry Hancock has been sworn in as deputy clerk fQj8oi$Q&L S. CL Neat He has a desk in the olHce and is making a very efficient assistant. He Is quick and accurate. Empty syrup barrels, 50 gallons, for sale. . W. E. Harris.'- Nat Walker sold, Monday to D. EV Smith, of Marrowbone, a pair of coming 3 year old mare mules for 860Q Sam Burdett sold a pair lor $700 Another big lot of Army goods at T. G. Rasner & Son. 24-2t. Mr. W. A.3offyV-Master Coair mlssioner, sold, last Monday, right. a& $20,000 worth of ml eatat, b? ordt: nt nnnrr. 3"c of conrt. .1 S ), -Ik I .&. "J- r --f iff -. , ' m " .