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NUMBER Friendly and diplomatic relations We feel very grateful to the many Elsewhere in the News Mr. Cortez between this country and Germany friends who called and waited upon county. Salan and other Mf. J. C. Spears, has been quite Sanders'formal announcement appears tions'write us, Singer Sewing Machine wete discontinued last Saturday due to husband and father during his Jong for 'the office of Sherriff of Adair sick for two weeks. S We are authorized to announce CORTEZ Co., G. R. Holt, Mgr. Campbellsville, Germany's avowel to renew unrestrict- illness, ending in death. Friends who County. Mr. Sanders' candidacy is Mr. R F. Rowe has been confined a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, ky. ed submarine warfare, disregarding come to your rescue in time of serious I Republito his room for a week. subjecf to the action of the Republican Party. the property and lives of neutrals illness, are worth having, and will subject to the action of the W. F. can party. He is a son of Mr. Mr. Charles Barbee, Campbellsville, President Wilson has done all that ever be kept in rememberance. Notice. Sanders and was born and reared in any chief official could do to prevent a For Jailer was here a few days ago. Mrs, Mollie Triplett and children the county. He has been an active break with Germany, but under GerMessrs, Jo and Edgar Harris are Republican since he reached his maThe Rapid Transit Cor, wishes to many's present course there was no We are authorized to announce JOHNX.. DARStock Wanted. visiting in Lincoln county. jority, and this is the first time he NELL, of Harmony Precinct, a candidate for announce that another five ton truck honorable escape. Since it has come Mr. Allen Walker made a basin ess Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action of has been added to their fleet and that Phelps Bros"", of this place, are suc- was ever before the people, asking for no one who is truly American will fail trip to Louisville last week. the Republican party. all car to endorse this course or to support cessful stock dealers and they handle office. He is a gentleman of excellent they are in position to handle Mr. Ralph Hurt left fofLouisville load lots of fertilizer and other goods the policy, whatever it may be, to cattle, hogs and sheep, paying the character, and for a number of years " last Friday, to consult a specialist. house would pay in Co promptly. A loose leaf protect the lives, property and com- highest market price. They are lo- he has been engaged in teaching and Rapid Transit Co. mercial interests of this country cated in Columbia, and their phono farming, ne lives in the Egypt predo the farmers think Phone 100 Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. lumbia. What is recogMercer, who has been quire sick, is about it. They would then have a There have been some in every section No.. 2 Cor38E. If you have any cinct, and wherever known qualified nized as a gentlemaD amply Card of ThanKs. home market, and could be present better. who have denounced the President thing to sell call them, or see them for the position he seeks. He is unan13-for his course of negotiation and for- when in town Line, a little sbn of Mr! and Mrs. W.' when their tobacco is sold A house imously endorsed by the Republihere would receive patronage from all Mr. and Mrs. J, A Willis, who lost bearance, claiming that lie was not T. Price, was quite sick a few days of cans of his home precinct, and he adjoining counties. Gone to FranKfori. their nineteen year old son, their protecting the honor of this governlast week. hopes to make a favorable impression week, desire to ment; that he should resort to arms Mr. D.-Hatcher and his son, D. There will be prayer meeting Thurs- youngest child, last Mr. John B. Coffey, of this place, throughout the county. In the next E., traveling salesmen, weie here last day night 6:30, all welcome. Services return their grateful and heartfelt to wipe away the stains on our flag. see crowd, however, was and is a has been appointed by Gov. Stanley, a few months he will endeavor to thanks to all those who so tenderly Thursday. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,Feb. 11 watched and administered while life This voters of the county, personally very small one. Now, since the crisis Supervisor in the Feeble Minded In- the Mr. Jo M. Rosenfield was in Camp- Also at 7 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30 lasted Their kindness will never be has come and the course they desire stitute, at Frankfort, and left last soliciting theinsupport. In the meanbellsville and Greensburg a day or two p. m. Preaching services every 2nd activity upon forgotten. lias been proclaimed, every man who week to enter upon the discharge of time he will appreciate of last we.ek. and 4th Sunday. Every body invited. the part of 'his friends from now until criticized the President for using all his duties IIis many home friends C. H. SchodPastor, U, B. C. promising that The Misses Beck, who visited here St. Xavier Madera Poor Showing. honorable means to previ nt war ought are glad that lie lias been recognized the August primary, severel weeks,returned to their home, by the administration, as he worked should he be nominated he will use to offer their services, but the chances On the 26th., Prof. Wm. Jones, son to win at the November McKinney, Ky., last Friday. are that the war-likbefore the war, manfully for it. Mrs Coffey, who is a his endeavors St. Xavier's Basket ball team, R. Jonbs, and a nephew of of Col.-very excellent lady, has been tendered election. Mr. T. C. Faulkner, who has been Judge W. W. Jones, of this place, and Louisville, came here last Saturday to will never be seen in the front ranks la position in the same institution, and surveying in Shelby county, was-a- t Miss Saliie Estes, a daugher of the play two games The first contest if hostilities follow. War is dreadful, Mr. HuffaRer Announces for Rewin aeciae as to acceptance later. home for a few days last week. late Dr. --Ed Estes, were married in was with the High School boys, in the costly and destructive, and we had election. Mr. John Q. Alexander, represent- Stanford. The contracting parties afternoon, and terminded in a victory hoped that our country could avoid it, Programme. but the decree has gone forth and we ing Carter Bros., Louisville, was in live near Middleburg, Casey county. for the home team, the score being 29 Following is the programe of the C. Columbia and out in the county last to 16. After supper tho visitors went endorse it. By reference to his card and regular W. B. M to be given in chapel of Lindsey-Wilso- n week. where they Montlcello Light Company will over to the announcement, it will be seen that Christian church Tuesday Feb. 13th. Mr. Tobias Huffaker is a candidate for A Sudden Death. Maj. T. B. Short was in Columbia soon commence operating its light, were easily defeated, the score being Influence of Christian woman in power. They have 84 to 12. A number of visitors witto the office of School Sulast Thursday. His regiment, the 1st plant by water politics. Open Discussion. nessed both games. perintendent of AdaiF county, subject Kentucky, will likely be mustered purchased the old McKichnie mill Last Tuesday afternoon Olie Willis What of the Literary Beauty of the to tho action of the Repablican partown. The consite, two Miles out of out soon. wiio was a son of Mr. and Mrs, ;T. A. Psalms? Airs. Robt. Price. ty. His card fully explains his posiProgram. Willis, this place, died very,unexpect-edly- . pastor of the sideration was $1500. Mr. W. R. and Rev. L F. Piercy, Preparation of Children for the tion. That he has made a very R. A. Myers make up the company. ne "was nineteen years old, and Mission work of the Church. Methodist Churchy improves very efficient officer since the day he was slowly. He lias been confined to his following is the program of the about one week before his demise he The Mrs. B. E Rowe. I keep on nands a full stock of Self Culture Club for February. sworn in, no onecan deny. He is thor went home, complaining and subsebed for six weeks. A sketch of the live year Campaign. oughly acquainted with coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep the school quently took his bed. He was not Paper The stage as an educator. Mrs. Jo Rosenfield was called to Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Mrs. W. R. Myers. laws of Kentucky, and he has followed Mrs. R, F. Rowe. considered much sick, and for a week Mt. Vernon, 111., last week, on ac- two hearses. Prompt service night or Hidden Answers, his instructions to the letter. It has he was treated for bilious fever, Dr. The life of Eleuora Duce, count of the illness of her little Mrs. Epperson. day. Phone 29, office Residence been customary from time immemoS. P. Miller being the attending physiMrs. Robt. Reed. Mary Nell Barnett. What is the Supreme, aim of Mis- rial when an officer has done his duty phone 98. cian. Tuesday afternoon his condi- sions? The five great Opera, Mrs. Ballou. Mrs. Ellen Holladay remains in a 45-- 1 yr J. F. Tdptett, faithfully, to endorse him for the sec Mrs. George Wilson. tion became alarming, and two other will be rememColumbia, Ky. critical condition ond term, and Mr. Huffaker and his physicians were called, Drs. Russell La Tresatone, (Music) Arrested in Cincinnati. bered that she went to Louisville friends feel that he is entitled to that Mrs. Russell. Mr, Ed Bradshaw, son of Mr. G. A. andHindman. About 4:30 o'clock he some time ago and underwent an recognition. He has had no favorites, was attacked with hemorrhage of the Miss Triplett Aux Italians, Thomas Rich and Albert West, who operation, and from that she has not Bradshaw, is now with the Chase Bag Marguerete Opera, lungs, dying about 5 o'clock. Milling Company, St. Louis, Mo. The live on Ba'rnett's Creek, Adair county, having nothing in view but to make a recovered. capable, M rs. Ben Edd Rowe company handles all kinds of bags as lie was popular with his associates are now in the coils of the law. school attentive official. To be a superintendent an aspirant Brad-shaEach member to give the composer and, his death was a great shock to There are several indictments in the well as flour and meal. Mr. should have a education, and Mr. Neat's letter, from Eunice, will Ken- of some Opera. them. He was the youngest child of Adair circuit court against them, and has been assigned all of should also be in love with school appear next week. his parents and his demise was heart- some weeks ago they left the county, tucky, and will be on the road in a Public Sale. rending to them. Besides'his parents, making their way to Cinciniiati. In a wok Both of thess requisites are few days. Teachers who have not sent in their he leaves three brothers and two sis- short time they held up a street car possessed by Mr.Huffaker. He pledges has been a question whether a It reports will please do so at once. ters, all of them absent from iiome, in the suburbs of the city, also robbed his party that if nominated he will win-i- n NoOn Thursday, the 22nd day of Febcandidate for Sheriff couid name his Supt. Tobias Huffaker, a saloon aud several citizens. Sheriff use all honorable means to but one Mrs. Morrison. vember, and he asks his friends deputies before the primary. Attor- ruary, 1 will sell at public outcry, 8 Religious services were held at the S.n.Mitchell notified officers he wantthroughout the county to become The Court of Appeals has affirmed ney General M. M. Logan has answer- mare mules 3 years old, 10 mare mules residence Thursday forenoon between ed the meji and would come for them. the judgment of the lower courtinthe ed, and says that a candidate for sher- 2 years old. These mules are in good ten and eleven o'clock, quite a num- Last Tuesday he received a letter, active in his interest. A little later conntyT presenting case of Spotwood against Kinniard. iff does not violate the Corrupt Prac- flesh and a splendid grdcte ready for ber of relatives and friends being stating that tiie men would evidently he will canvass the tice act by naming his deputies before work Some broke to work, but all present. Rev. O. P. Bush, pastor of be sent to the penitentiary from Cin- his claims to the voters. L H. Jones, a colored carpenter of the primary. This decision enables a halter broke. Also 2 mares in foal by the Baptist Church, officiated, making cinnati. Adair county will be ready For Sale. this county, is in Campbellsville candidate for Sheriff to name his dep- jack. One jack 15 hands high, 9 years a beautiful talk .which evidently for them after the Ohio authorities old. Good breeder and a splendid erecting a dw'elling for Wm. Ander- uties if he so desires. brought comfort to the parents, rel- get through with them. My farm containing 107 acres, I model. Will also sell 20 head of cattle son. atives and friends. The interment I have a lot of Teaehers' Reading including 15 yearlings, heifers and was in the city cemetery. mile north of Montpelier, on Russells Sale of Valuable Mill Properly. Mr. C. R. Dean, who is a local min- Circle Books at my office which were steers, 5 cows to be fresh soon, a lot of creek This is limestone land and "is We extend our deepest sympathy to ister, delivered a very helpful dis- consigned to me to be sold to the hogs and 2 horses. Will sell on 'time considered the best farm in this Under a judgment of the Green course at the Methodist church Sun- teachers. They are excellent books, witii approved security, if party desire thetricken family, now heartbroken, It lies fairly good, number 1 admouishing them to take their sor- Circuit Court, the Moss milling Com day forenoon. are not expensive, and will be quite ,'it, note to bear interest from date and spring in the yard, plenty of stock an aid to those who expect to take the to be due and pajable Jan 1, 1918. row to God for He alone can comfort pany's property consisting of Roller water. 20 acres timbered land, 20 up the wounds of aching Mill, Saw Mill, Planing Mill, Electric Mrs. Susan Floyd, who was about examinations this year. All progress- Sale will be held on my farm, about 2 and bind Light plant and franchise, will be sold acres bottom, 13 acres fresh land that eighty-thre- e years old, died en Sul- ive, wide awake teachers will make an miles east of Cane Valley, and will be- hearts. will grow of corn at the court house, in Greensburg, 10 acres of10 barrels wheat, 7 per acre, phur creek last Monday week. She effort to keep up on the Reading Cir- gin promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. Reacres of growing Ky., on Monday, the 12th day of FebJohn L Darnell 'Announces. Respt., was the widow of Andrew Floyd. cle Course. meadow, 20 acres fine red top pasture member the. date if you want to. buy ruary, ion at 1 o'clock, p. m., on a Tobias Huffaker. year. 30 acres for corn, 8 acres some good young stock. Auctioneer credit of six and twelve months. for this Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at There are but few better known for oats. Fairly good dwelling, 2 tS. W. Simms. k young men in Adair county-thathe Christain Church next Sunday That story about Col. Ben Lee HarJohn This is valuable and desirable proper- barns, 2 cribs, and all the necessary W. C. Vanhoy. morning on the subject; Our Position din, of Harrodsburg, getting into a L. Darnell, who lives in the Harmony ty, "situated in Greensburg, Ky. The outbuildings. Also 125 shocks fodder is not in Controversy in the Religious swollen stream and barely escaping precinct In politics, he is a Republi- sale is made necessary on account of and 20 acres stalk field that has never A CARD. World, can, and in to day's News he announ- the dtathof W, M Moss, one of the been turned on. Also telephone line with his life, may be believed by some folks, but the people down here with ces his candidacy for Jailer of Adair members of the owners. Any infor- all goes together. Posession given at Gov. Stanly has called an extra ses- whom the Colonel grew up with,know To the Republicac voters of Adair county,subject to the August primary. mation may be obtained as to tin's once. Terms one half down, balance County: sion of the Legislature, to meet in better, He was reared in Columbia, Lpng before he became a voter he was property by writing to Noggie & Gra- in one aud two years. Frankfort, February 14, for the sole and when a young man, and during In announcing myself as a candidate an active worker in tiie ranks and ho ham, attorneys for Lula Moss adminI will also sell my fine young Jack purpose of considering the subject of summer days, s of his time for nomination on the "Republican night was too dark for him toJeave his istratrix of W. M. Moss, Greensburg, Black Hawk, no better breeder in the 1 revenue and taxation. were spent in the "Old Long Hole," ticket wisli first to thank the good home and workfor the candidates of Ky., or to Milby & nenderson, county people who supported me in my first other members of the Moss Any one wanting a good farm, or a Russell's Creek? He could stay in the his choice. His moral character is At Pans, Bourbon county, last water longer, swim farther and dive race. I made that race as an Inde- above reproach and courageous suff- Milling Co. number one Jack, should not fail to W. F. Cantrell, week, a part of a crop of Burley to- deeper than any boy in the bunch, pendent because of existing conditions icient to maue a watchful Jailer. He Commissioner Green Circuit come and look. bacco brought the highest price ever and he is not any more afraid at that time and was supported hy- has never been an office seeker, but Master V. M. Epperson, 13-known, on any market, in the United of water than the fish that live in it. men of all parties The facts of the he i8 anxious to serve this countyas Court Montpelier, Ky. situation then are familiar to all. I States $150 per hundred. its Jailer. He asks that his 'Republi- February Woman's Home Com Lindsey-Wilso- n School Closed for am a Republican and have always can friends examine hisrecord as an february American Magazine.. been a firm believer hi the political up right Monday circuit One week from next . panion. Citizen and his fidnfty to iiis the Present. principales of that party. Ar the From cover to cover you will find court will commence at Jamestown. party.tlien if they think he is worthy, same time I have been an ardeut ad- go nov- this issue of the American- - Magazine Sinclair Lewis, the docket, is larger We understand the to the polls in August and vote for, A case of small-podeveloped than usual, .and that fully ten days Boys' Dormitory, Lindsey-Wilso- in the vocate of the prohibition of the Li- his nomination, Should ho be nomi- elist, begins a delightful novel call&d crammed with entertaining and valquor Traffic 1 still am I am hearti'The Innocents" iu this issue. uable material. George Ade, the fawill occupy the attention of the court. Monday afternoon and the school has ly in favor of submitting the Prohibi- nated, lie assures the Republicans of installment next mouth mous Hoosier humorist, leads the way Adair county that he will do every tion question to the people for their thing in his power, in an honorable will complete it. Sophie Kerr finishes by telling how it feels to be fifty. He A representative of The News will been closed for the 'present. decision separate aud apart from way, to win at tiie November election. "Love of Voman" in this issue. "On calls iiis wonderful article "Looking be in Jamestown two dajs during the political entanglements I would also n Here. Birthdaj ""Lit Back From Fifty." Then, the article approaching term of circini court. From now until thCprimary he asks Washington-Lincoln'- s favor the adoption of Prohibition as a that, his friends keep Darnell constant tle Rosamund" aud "The Magic of about P. D , and J. O Armour, the Friends who have business with the On Friday January 26th Dr.CA Cox, plank in the Republican platform. publication will j)lease make it a ly in ttieir minds, and win all the Dreams" are some of the other short Chicago packers, is filled with busn who was in Columbia, In my administration I have striven votes they can for him,and in the stories point to see him iness wisdom and startling incidents. died at the home of his son, Charles to be just, honest and efficient. I me xuneiui American" 13 an en- "When Success Hung in the balance" meantime he will be active himself. Until the first of April we will fur- E. Cox, at Jonesboro, Tenn., age, 79 have made ho difference between tertaining article about music in is a human document every man nish McCall'smagazine one year w(th years. He was born in Missouri but friends and foes, I have not intenAmerica by Albert Spalding, the vio- should" read Public Sale. free pattern; Farm and Home one tne major portion or nis nie was tionally or knowingly shown any parlinist; and "Getting Acquainted With . "How to Regulate Your Weight" year, Woman's World two years and spent in and near Monticello, Ky. In tiality, and as far as available means Yourself," by Arnold Bennett, and is told by a physician. The Adair County News one ear all his young Jays he was a prominent would go I have striven to meeLthe On Saturday i the 10 th day of "The Girls Who Wanted to Marry "Wisconsin" contains some interestphysician, and served in the Union needs of Adair County Schools. ;Jhe for $1.40. Subscribe now. I will sell to highest bidder, at Me" are two other interesting articles ing facts about that state told by Ray army, as a surgeon, during the civil experience of one term naturally fits a my residence, in Columbia, the follow- "Succeeding in New Ways" gives Stannard Baker. David Grayson is Mr. R. G. Price, one of the best war For a number of years before man for doing better work in a second ing pieces of property: some information about making also in thfs issue. farmers, "Bold his tobacco from 9 acres his death he was a traveling salesman. terra. I pledge myself if nominated All my household and kitchen furni- money. The fiction is composed of stories by on the Greensburg market Mst week, He was a consecrated Christian, a and to attend faithfully and ture, consisting of bedsteads, dressers, "The Eyes Have It" is an alluring Olive HIggins Prouty, Noble May, and for which he received $1890,C0. This devout member of the Methodist efficiently to the duties of this very- - chairs, stoves, carpets, cooking uten- display of beautiful moving picture others. Walter Prichard Eaton crop was Burley and of fine grade, but Church. The interment was at Stan- important ana responsible office, l sils, farming and garden tools, several actresses, and the fashions, cooking, writes the theater article, and the Inshows that too little of the weed is ford where his wife was buried. He most respectfully solicit your votes .plows.. Terms of sale made known on and other regular departments are all teresting People's department as well how-Xpro- was a brother-in-lagrown. Mr- of the late Dr. and your influence. day of sale. filled with, entertaining and valuable as the other departments are live.and duce a good quality, and has amply J. H. Grady, the latter and him marVery Respectfully Sale will begin at 10 o'clock a, in. . information, Address,318 Fourth Ave interesting; 381 Fourth Ave , New beea rewarded.' rying sisters Misses Baufley. Tobjats Huffaker. Mrs. Mollis Triplett. New York City, York City, New York, For Personals. ANNOUNCEMENTS Wanted. A man lo represent ' us in considera-- , THE PRESIDENT ANSWERS. Cortez Sanders a Candidate. Sheriff. Adair SAN-DEE- 13-t- -- e, Q. gland-daughte- r, l w first-clas- s sec-tio"- n. n two-third- attor-neys-f- or to-da- y 3t -- well-know- n, x m N n, Well-Know- well-know- well-know- n Feb-rhar- y, Price-know- s w W 7 d THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE ADAIR : COUNTY BY THE NEWS Published Every Wednesday Adair County News Company ILL HEALTH IS EXPENSIVE and many doctor bills are unnecessary. If your liver ia active and your system free of waste matter you need rarely be sick. For constipation, heaviness, bad breath, and digestive disturbances, use a good laxative. -- net N. M. ,, G, R. ,, : rOBKJ.CBBOVdilOVtAiJuuuou DtlUSU UtmOKABNK O MMIMO Directions FrtcesOCu, . (incorporated.) iiTmnEMawwTUiffltBjta fc Tutt Reed PUTTING IT OFF biuoi v. CHAS. S. HARRIS. -- Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- e as second They taste lifcotandy. relieve effectively, and form no bafl hnbita. Pemna Tl Tablets clear UD tho system, OVOrcomo catarrh, rcstora the aDDetita and tona' up the system. The two are great aids toCo., good health. Send in the coupon todayCohralu, Ohio Gentlemen: n..v, M. ..cents "Enclosed find Manalin Tablets 25o a box of and 10c GentlcZgxSh'vc i Manalm Tablets are Ideal t. sPna TUTT & REED RTHAT. M J7 - jiot ESTATE m J" " I ThoPerunaCo. Columbus. Ohio. n DEAJLiURS Offer the following Property for Sale: Has been the ruin ot as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a .slight inconvenience at first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a lifepf displeasure by comingto us in time. Nn9 PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR ddres3 WED. IEB. 7, 1917 the firstftime ANNOUNCEMENT. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, PAT-TES- subject to the action ofthe Rupublican primary of 191?. We are authorized to announce CLYDE CRENSHAW a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August 1917. are authorized toannounce R, M. HURT a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August primary 1917. " We For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Kint Montgomery a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the Augustprimary 19l7- - number of years. They told me so many things aboufr the people in Adair county, I felt ashamed that I had not been taking your paper all these years. Anyway, I am still alive, and often think of old friends and associates in Adair county, many of whom are now dead. Seventeen years makes many changes in people. I guess I would be lost at Rcley, and see many new faces, but some familiar ones are forever gone. . I have a family of three members. I am very proud of my family aDd of my good fortune of owning a home in Oklahoma. Should any one, white or black, from Adair county, happen along the Rock Island at Bison, Okla-- " homa, stop, call me up, and I will come after you, take you to my place and show you around. V. B. Beard. , For School Superintendent. We are authorized to announce GEORGE AARON a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair County, subject to the action of the Re- -, publican party as expressed at the August 1917 primary. We are authorized to announce Tobias Huff-aka candidate for to the office of County School Superintendent, subject-tthe action of the Republican, party. Primary first Saturday in August. er o For County Court CierK. nomination of County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican primary in August, 19 17. T. A. FDRKIN. Cane Valley, Ky. I do hereby announce my candidacy for the Court Clerk ef Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August Primary. We are authorized to announce R. Y--. GAB. BERT, of the Harmony pricinct, a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to theacUonof the Republican primary the first Saturday in August 1917. We are authorized to announce S. C. NEAT a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject toihe action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce JOHN N SQUIRES a candidate for the'office of County daughter, Elizabeth, is in school there. J. M. Mitchell also spent aweek with his son Lynu, who is operator there. Hog killing and corn gathering is BRYANT & SHIVELY, still in order here Jewelers and Optometrists J. A. Mitchell received a very painCampbellsville, Ky. ful injury oo his left arm last week by a mule kicking him. It caused $ , was notrthought to be broken at first, but after a week Dr. Shively said the small bone was broken. Bro. Hart, of Jeakins, has received In-me and accepted a call to the pastorate of Greensburg and Ebenezer churches. Temperance school closed the 27th, with a fine program. Born to the wife of T. R. Mitchell, $5,000. Oct., 27, a daughter Edna Russell. 'TOWN PROPERTY Born to the wife of C C. Mitchell, a Nine room two story dwelling and daughter Pansy Estelle. lot, situated on ope of the best res deuce streets in Columbia, near the Danger Signal. square, barn and out buildings. A Neglected Colds Grow Worse. fire bell should rind would very desirable" home If the A bargain. Acoug-- that racks and irritates the you run and stop it or go aud help to Price on application. throat may lead to a serious chronic put out the fye? It is much the same 115 Acres of good land In a good cough, if neglected. The healing pine way with a coug. A cough is a danneighborhood, good buildings on pubger signal as much as a tire belt. You balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar noney Nature's own remedy will soothe; should no more try to suppress it than lic road, about 8 miles south of Colum and relieve the irritation, breathing to stop a fire bell when it is ringing,-bu- t bia Price $H00. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stoue land, very good will be easier, and the antiseptic proshould cure the disease that causes buildings, desirable, place to live, 4 reprieties will kill the germ which the coughing. This can nearly always tarded healing. Have it handy, for be done by'taking Chamberlain's Cough miles soutli of Columbia. Price $1,600 croup, sore throat andchronic 'bron Remedy. Many have use it with the nouso and Lot: House with six chial affections. Get a bottle most beneficial results. It is especial- rooms, good out buildings, good water Pleasant to take. At PaMl Co., 25c. ly valuable for the persistent cough and other conveniences, just out of -Adv that so often follows a bad cold or an town limits. Price 8850. attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas House with 9 rooms just outof town QUARTERLY CONFERENCE. Andrews, Ind., writes: two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivel- y Beeching, "During the winter my husband takes new. Price 81,900. cold easily and coughs and coughs. Why use an engine that burns 25c gasoline, when you can Columbia District, Second Round. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the residence) lying 3$ miles N, W. of Cocoal oil? get a Fairbanks-Mors- e Oil Engine and burn The following are dates and places Tjest medicine for breaking up these lumbia; Price $600.00. where Quarterly Conferences will be attacks and j ou cannot get him to Why buy an Engine from a catalog house without seeing it, 3800 for house and lot near the pubheld in the Columbia District on the take any other." Obtainable at Paull lic square, good garden, good well, when you can see this Engine in operation any time by calling onme? Adv barn &c. Desirable place and is worth Second Round, beginning on January Drug Co. " Below I give you'a list of users of Fairbanks-Mors- e Oil EnG, 1917: the money asked. The hunger strike of Mrs Ethel Parnell, Morrows, February 9th. $1,500 for 58J acres of land lying 2 gines in Columbia: Mill Springs, Mill Springs, February Bryne, a New York city prisoner, was miles S. W. of the town of 'Columbia, 20 h.-G. B. Sml!h & Stevens & Sandusky, 30 h. p. broken yesterday. " 10th and 11th. Glasgow road, new 5 room near the 4 h. p. Town Rock Crusher, 20 h. p. Monticello, Monticello, February county road engineer of box house, good barn, good well in 6 h. p Ed Butler, C. S. Harrfe & 3 h. p. J. C. Yates, two 6 h 11th and 12th. yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in 3 h. p. Nell & Son, Bolders h P- West Monticello, Keens, February Grayson county, died Saturday of cultivation, baliance in timber. Columbia Bottling Works i M. Anile leakage of the heart. 13th. 3 M. L. Young 6h. p. cash the balance on time to suit purBurkesville, Gridera, February 17th chaser. 3. h. p. Walker Bryant I had seerr them for a reports the shoe trade good. His FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land well watered, good' dwelling and out buildings ou public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price $4,200.00, one-ha- lf cash, the balance on easy terms o This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. FARM Of 3C4 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike no.w under construction. "52 acres river bottom. Good 'dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. I'rice t ItJtere-Co- Se If h to-da- The New Type e9 llic Fairbanks Morse E p. 1 1 andI8th. Stop That Cough. For Assessor We are authorized to announce P. P. DUNBAR, of East Columbia Precinct; a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August Primary. We are authorized to announce Rf H. narmon, of the White Oak precinct, a candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party. For Jailer ' We areaurthorized to announce JOHN TI1UR-MAa candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party, as ex pressed at the August primary. N Renox, Sugar Grove, February 18th and 19th. Bethlehem, Fountain Run, February 24th and 25th. Tompkinsville, Tompkinsville, February 25th and 26th. Temple Hill, Bethel, March 3rd and 4th. Pierce, Mt. Lebenon March 8th. Summersville, Queensberry, March 9th. Greensburg and Earleys, Earleys, March 10th and 11th Casey Creek, Casey Creek, March 15th. Mansville, Mansville, March 16th 18th. ' A hacking cough weakens the whole system, drains your energy and gets wors if neglected; your throat is raw, your chest aches and you feel sore all over. Relieve that cold at once with Dr. King's New Discovery. The soothing pine balsam heal the irritated membranes', and Xhe antiseptic and laxative qualities kill the germs and break up your cold. Don't let the cold linger. Get Dr. King's New Discovery Adv today at Paull Drug Co. 25c. 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barns, two good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from the creek. Price right. Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, 'well watered. All in high state of cultivation. Price $4,000. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. FARii in Taylor county Consist ing of 2Q0 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 4 miles south of Campbellsville, on- - Robinson creek. Price 83,000. 124 acre farm, 2i miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, good orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone land, $600 to 8800 worth of J. F.PATTESON COLTJMTtTA, KT5T. FOR PRICFS SEE V. J. Hughes .& Sons Co. Incorporated The Dresden Arsenal, in Germany was blown up, and over 1,000 women - and young girls killed, according to, a Elkhorn, Elkhorn, March 17th and report from Paris. Louisville, Kentuekv. y White Oak. ' The singing at J. W. Hadley's Saturday night was well attended. All report a nice time. Lonz Perkins has from Illinois where he has been visiting relatives. just-returned one milk, price unknown. Rollin Kannell of Atchison, Ky., was visiting in this section Sunday. Leo Harris from Russell county, was visiting at his uncle J. W. Hadley's the past weekv Mrs. Bessie Taylor of Knifley was visiting "Misses Mary and Lula Had-le- y Saturday and Sunday. . Kirt Taylor bought of Ethley. Over-streone horse, price unknown. Mrs. Mollie Bedford who has been on the sick list for some time is some better at this writing. John Leslie Pike made a flying trip to Campbellsville Saturday, What has become of our Knifley scribe and some few other's. -- Ethley Overstreet traded a teanxof mulesto'EIvire Overstreet for a team of horses' and got $140 besides. John Parker bought of Less Tarter et v -- From Oklahoma. Bison, Jan., 28,1917. Vf Editor News: .' Please place my name on your subscription list. ;. My uncle and aunt, 0. V, McWhort-ei- , merly of Casey Creek, Xy,', have been - visiting me for two Weeks. It was of Tillmon county, Oklahoma, for- 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to havo 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price 81,200. 33 acres 11 miles from Columbia. 7 acres first-clasbottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house,-- well w tered. Price 8830. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, J acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price 81,200 eacn. There is an unconfirmed report House and lot on Fair Ground Street Mr. Chas. Rogers has gone to Leb- from Berlin that a British transport witlrsix rooms, good welland outbuild-inganon. His place is occupied by Ote struck a mine, and is sinking with all new, house wired for lights. natcher, and T. H. Mitchell is there 1,800 on board. Price $1,150. also temporarily until .he can build. 651 acres timber land near Taylor President Wilson will go to the county line, 3 miles west of Knifley, 2J They will give the roller mill their best attention in the future. They Capitol three times a week in an miles from pike from Knifley to Campare glviug satisfaction to their cus- effort to his legislative programme bellsville. "Price 8650 tomers. Mr. Ed Gardner has bought through this session. If jou want to buy or sell it will pay and lives at the Ote" Hatcher place yon to do business with us, we are (Martin Place.) The store and office Cough Medicine for Children. and pleasing buyer is kept by S. R. Mitchell, who was Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N Y., We also (for prlyate jreasons) have married to Miss Talmage Sherrill on says: .."About five years ago when we Jan., 10 A reception was held athia were living in Garbutt, N. YM X doc- other valuable property that we bave father's, Mr. J. A. Mitchell's res- tored, two of my children" suffering not advertised butill sell. idence, where they will reside at pres- from colds with Chamberlain's Cough ent. The. showers of ice through Remedy and found. It just as representKT5T. which they came only added zest to ed every way. 1 1 promptly checked ia the occasion, jtheirscoughlngund cured' their colds J. A. Mitchell spent tho holidays quicker than anything I ever used." iUiUiuumiuuMiUiauuuui witn his son, w. W., at Lebanon, .and 1 Obtainable at Paull Drag Co. AdvJ non-gripin- March Federal liquor laws. Columbia, Columbia, March 24th and 25th. Sloan's Liniment Cases Pain. S. G. Shelley, Presiding Elder. . Sloan's Liniment is. first thought of mothers for bumps, bruises and sprains Constipation Causes Bad Skin. that are continually happening to chilA dull and pimply skin is due to a dren. It quickly penetrates and sluggish bowel movement. Correct soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and this condition and clear your complex- more effective than mussy plasters or ion with Dr. King's New Life Pille. f ointments. For rheumatic aches, neu This mild laxative taken at bedtime ralgia pain and that grippy soreness will assure you a full, free, after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives movement in the morning. Drive prompt relief.. Have a bottle handy out the dull, listless feeling resulting for bruises, strains, spraines and all from overloaded intestines and slug"-- external pain. For the thousands gish liver. Get a bottle today. Atlwhose work calls them outdoors, the Paull Drug Co., 25c. Adv pains and aches following exposure are relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. Ote, Ky. Adv g Campbellsville Station, March 18th . The Mayor, Chief of Police and a former Sheriff in Seattle have been inand 19th. dicted on charges of violation of the Gradyville, Gradyville, 22nd. WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. (Write for our Catalog Windows, timber. Price 82,800. 9 ved GirFs Life tell you what wonderful benefit I have re ceived from the use of Thedford's writes " ' Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no- - equal for la grippe, bad colds, liyer and stomach troubles: I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good tiose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. --I shall never be without Black-Draught," "I want 'to s t s, -- u BLACK --- Draught ( sell-lns6- tind-selle- r. C6r,X7IiCEtIA., Q in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizri-nes- s, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer .from any of these complaints, try Black-Draug- ht It is. a medfefne of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for VOIino-- nnH rlr! Prr calo evonrtirfioro D4fo OH rani. J) '3 r V - j-'f'i- ?' -- - $A& ABAil COttNTY NS ; 5- ": rSig . - T T- - HENRY W. DEPP; DENTIST Am permanently located in Co - lumbia. . BEATS HIS ALARM CLOCK TO IT NOW Pressman Jumps Out of Bed With Old Time Vijir. All Classes of Dental work dbie. Crow de-anInlay work a Specialty. All Work.CuaranJe.ed Office over G. W. Lowe's ' Shoe Store Rettdencc Phone 13 B - Business Phoe 13 t TAfiLAG GAVE HIM NEW ENERGY When the alarm, clock rang "this morning did you bound out of bed, DENTIST eat a good breakfast and leave "fit" Office, Front" rooms in Jeffries . BTd'g and ready for your work? Not if you felt 'like Edward E. up Stairs. Schwandt, pressman, 3200 Tampa ave-- DR. J. N. MURRELL Down South We Learn yj open :,v-m- , S J I : '" s3 A I -- . . . i Columbia, - Kentucky il JH3. Office: Russell Bldg. Res. Phone No. 1. James Taylor, Columbia, Ky. M. D. . Will Answer All Calls. WELL - DRILLER will drill vells in Adair an adjoining counties. "See ma be I fore contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. EDWARD E. SCHWANDT. Pump Repairing Done. Give mie, Cleveland, used to feel. Here is the story in his own words: me a Call. "The last year was a trying ono I can spell my name: 1,-I-G--N. S-0-V-E- -R-- L C. YATES DE1NTAL OFB'XCK time and didn't have any ambition: My nerves were upset. My body ached. At times my feet were so ENTIST sore I could hardly bear my weight OVBR PAXJXJ3L, DRUS CO. upon them. Finally I . "I couldn't get relief. Columbia, Ky. tried Tanlac and right then and there RES FHONK 28. OFFICE PHONJB I began to get better My worries are all over now. I go to bed and never wake up until morning. My aches have left me. I have a splendid appetite and am able to satisfy it, too, no food disagrees with my stomach. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist "I am glad to say a good word for Special attention given Diseases of all Tanlac and honestly believe that it will do fo" other people what it has Domestic Animals done for me." Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Tanlac, the master medicine and re-- , Jamestown road. constructive tonic, is sold exclusively In Columbia, Ky., by Phone 114 G.v J. N. PAGE. Columbia, Ky. C)ther exclusive agents in nearby towns are as follows; Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. H B SHEST PRICES PAID Waterview, Ky., Thos. M. Allen. Coburg, Ky., C. H. Jarvis. Day Reznlttaavo Mailed ob Shipment is Received Oiga, Ky., H. E. Loy. Adv. No Commission to Pay X Dr.l James Triplet! for me. My health had been steadily on the down grade. Often it would" be 1 or 2 o'clock before I could go to sleep. I got up in the morning almost as tired xas when I.went to bed. "During the day my stomach bothered me After eating I had a heavy, bloated feeling. I was tired all the L,. H. Tones And I know what it means good blood and right stock the finest ever! My! Isn't there a lot. to learn? Have. to- keep your eyes and ears open. And the Governor says you can't get it all out of books. My folks keep telling mef "Remember, you are a Southern . K gentleman. Be clean; be sweet; be good. A good cigarette burns to a smooth, even ash it never parches the tongue nor dries the throat.,, So I'm saying to you it doesn't matter how you spell cigarette, if you pronounce it SOVEREIGN. You can rely on- real old, smooth, mellow Virginia and Carolina tobacco. Quality tells and - -- You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! Now let's all us good folks stick together. Let us be friends and you bet I, SOVEREIGN, 'will never fail you. And besides, just keep vthis always in your mind 7 ' . il? I ainguaranteed by JhulJ t L 'tis & --Buy me, - " "; : If you don't like me return me to your, dealer and get your money back. I have said it. ASouthern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. m Write for Pries List Skipping Tags aid Real Service. 56 M. Sabel & Sons iuarponte EuMUHtd LOUISVILLE, KY. In the day .of deception anddema-goguer- y in public affairs, so much claimed and so little performed, it is gratifying to encounter a story of real service to the state, rendered unMilltownr selfishly, and with little hope of reward, other than the knowledge of a Miss Ainnie and Eula Breeding ol .duty well done. This is the record of R, E. Jaggers, Portland, visited at Mrs.Lizzle Thomthe Hart county young teacher, who as Wednesday and Thursday. won a free trip to Washington as the Mr. J, E. Shively is on the sick list. most successful moonlight school Mr. Ira Powers entered the L. W. teacher in the state during the past T. S. lastMonday. year. ol closed here last Friday Mr. Jagger's school was at Roseburg in an intensely rural section, and it tanght by .Miss Ethel Moore.-- ' Under his in; Miss Mamie Pollard visited her enrolled illiterates were Columbia several days structlon seventy-fiv- e relatives in taught to read and write. To have of last week. Mrs. Blrb Breeding visited her unfolded the wonders of the printed page to seventy-liv- e Kentucky men mother Mrs". Lizzie" Thomas several and womep, blighted with the curse days last week. of illiteracy, is aService greater than The Kawjeigh "man, Mr. O- D. Ar- can be easily measured. Mr. Jaggers nold passed through here last week "has sown the deeds of a more useful, selling Drugs and Extracts. v more intelligent and more worthy Mr. ClecL Sherrill of Romine, was citizenship for each one of them. through here last week buying furs. More .than this, he has set an exwife of Mr. BlrtThom-- . ample which will be an inspiration to Born,totbe as recently a daughter, teachers throughout Kentucky and Born, to the. wife of G. H. Squires the nation. We wrought nobly for Hart county recently, ajsop. and for Kentucky, and may his trip Mrs. QalS Wilson who lias been confined to her bed with consumption to Washington, as guests of the Keneyer since last fall, died last Tuesday tucky delegation in Congress, be a night. She was buried here Wednes round of continued. pleasure. E. Town " day evening, many relatives and News. friends was In attendance. Over 84,000,000 has been paid out Luclan White of color, died near for tobacco at Lexington sales this here last Wednesday' morning with year, a gain over last year. consumption. A load of 765 pound heifers, shipped An attempfwas made to wreck, the by E. H. Woods, of Pageville, Ky train on which King-- Alphonso of sold yesterday in Louisville at $10.00. Spain was a passenger,' '' , : A gasket of tobacco from the crop $? L. "i)enimitt,: of- - Bourbon President Wilson yesterday vetoed tlie immigration ibfll beciusttvltVcon-Uine- d county, sold yesterday at Tar Is at Th6-schq228-pers- ons. oovBrcistn ,Hb '&&' 6 FOR THE fCivia 15-ce- nt GESSffYIiBMAN OF THE o g ?ffiL&nL CL Here is a Cfood Place to Stop for Little Money two-cen- t, 4. One McCall Dress PatOne person was killed aud four tern your choice from your first-co- p badly injured when an auto plunged over a forty foot embankment- near of McCall's if you send a stamp with your selection. Paducah. The Youth's Companion St. Paul St., Boston, Mass. Your Last Chance. - I0U1SVILLE ". HOTEL 6 & - ' . Recently we published in these"col-umn- s an offer of The Youth's Companion and McCall's Magazine, both for a full year, for tmly $2.10, Including a McCall Dress Pattern.- - The high price of paper and ink has obliged McCall Magazine to raise their subscription price February 1 to 10 cents a copy and 75 cents a year so that the offer at the above price must be with" drawn. Until March 31 our readers have the privilege of ordering both publications, for a full year, including the choice of any McCall Dress .Pattern, 'or 15-ce- nt The British crosiers Laurentis was sunk by. a submarine off the Irish coast. Twelve officers and 109 men were saved. - Main Street Beetween 7tli Louisville, Kentucky. 50 Nervous Women. When the nervousness is" caused by RoomsWUh Private Bath: constipation, as is often the case, you ..Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 0 Rooms'. Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 0 Rooms. ......r... will get quick relief by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. These tablets also EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Runnine Water. Single, ?1 00 per day; 2 people (Without Meals) ...... 73. Rooms improve the digestion. Obtainable at 23 , .- The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single. $2 00 per dar; 2 people, IS CO each (With Meals) .73 Rooms " " . ..;V. 250 " " 2people, 225 " 60 Front Rooms. r.. Single 3 CO " " 2people, 2 B0- -" a .... -. 2 75 3 00 " 0 73 each Paull Drug Co. AdY 50Rootri3n.. Sbsle, -- of-Mr- the literieftest: til3, ' -- CO Rooms . Single. 1 60 per day; 2 people 123 each The administrations preparedness .Single, 2 00perday;2peopl lBOtacli 60 Rooms measures this year call for $300,000, only $2.10. an increase of several huiidred thou? V -THE OLB INH, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. The amount of reading, informa' tion and. entertainment contained in sapd over last year. issues of theYouth's the fifty-tw- o Rooms Without 'Bath, S1.00aitd2up. Rooms With Privata Bath, $1.50 p. Upon .the occasion of his Companion and the value of twelve monthly fashion numbereof McCall's blrthdayjast week, Kaiser Wllhelm The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn arc Located in the Wholesale District and only a walk to the retail districtand theaters. ' , at 52.10 offer aTreal bargain to every declared that. Germany would force ' reader of this paper. peace with the sword. LouisviHe2HoteJand Old Inn Companj Props. offer includes: This & 1. The Youth's Companion .62 is'' (tod for CooetifHkkMi. sues . Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent: Home Calendar '.. for constipation,. They are pleasant for.1917. "' . ' K3.- - MeCaliMagazlMis ;fiiitilonL. to take and mild and gentli in effect O&aiaablt at Paull Druj? Co. Ad. numbers. " X EOFrontRooms Rooms with Private Bath: 1 1 &) per day; 2peoplo 100 each per day; 2 people 1 25 eaca ' fifty-eight- h three-block-'s ce . The-Companio- 't- - -- -. -- The Adair County News $00 i! f , . . : I RELATIONS . ',-'-ADAIR COUNTY THE 3 . ' - , N v , NEWS . BROKEN. there never has been any question as to where the members of our alliance stand. We are for the United States and for President Wilson when our UUUUl s. J J in viiwijwi Leo Schuhmann, part owner of the and the American Ambassador Louisville Anzeiger, the only German dady of Louisville, said: "The Anand all Consuls Ordered zeiger is with the President in whatHome. ever he does, Eight or wrong, we are with him. Personally I hope that the breaking off of diplomatic relations CHEERS GREET PRESIDENTS ADDRESS. will not result iuerious trouble befour C WerTbwmfcGr WM D35. '&SeL tween the two countries, but, what ever hardens, we will stand by our Price 8665 f. o. b. Michigan. DAKOTA, Washington, Peb3. President Wil- President. The Anzeiger has always v son has broken off diplomatic relations taken that stand and it can only re- The Best System Tonic On Earlh i with Germany and warned the Kaiser Hoiifo , nncw " COM-CEL-SA- R that Ruthless sacrifice "of American Carl Wellendorff, former president German-Americaof lives and rights means war. Similar of the Alliance NATURE'S TRUE MEDICINE, ROOTS and HERBS action is waiting for Austria when this city, and now president of the '' she notifies this Government that she State Alliance, had this to say: "The REFERENCES: The Books of the Holy Bible. joins in the campaign of unrestricted first impression I had after reading ENDORSEMENTS: All Nature. submarine warfare. the nws from Washington was that AUTHORITY: God's Promises. The President made formal an- of regret. Aside from that, I and the nouncement of his acticn to the coun- members of the State Alliance are When 'the Universe was planned the Creator caused Roots and ' Herbs to try and to the world at a joint united on the question of what we healing of all diseases. Natures ways are best, and if you continue session of Congress. will do. We will be for the President grow for the suffer from Stomach, Bowel,, Kidney, Bladder, Blood, Lung or any other disPassports have been handed to and the Government of the United to Count von Bernstorff; Ambassador States. If it is considered advisable ease, it is your own fault. Price $1,020 f. o. b. Michigan. Gerard with all his staff and all Amer- to break off diplomatic intercourse People often get run down through work and worry, lack of exercise and ican Consuls have been ordered out of with Germanyy we are going to stand. S naa n. 2 Germany. All German Consuls in the man for man, behind tbe President sleep, from taking cold, or from starvation by poor digestion. What they need is asve-sn-rie- aa It is a perfect combination of Nature's Although I just such a tonic as United States are expected r.o with- and the Government draw, that the severance of relations was "born in Germany I have nlwas medicine for the Stomach, Bowels, Liver and Blood, the centers For all weather for all purposes there's a Buick for all the family. may be complete. American diplo- said that all the Germans in this of digestion and nutrition. is sold at Paull Drug Co's., ColumFor winter driving over snowy streets; for cross country touring; matic interests in Berlin have been country would support the President bia, Ky., three boxes for One Dollar, each box makes one quart of medicine and if a big car is needed or a small car is desired, there's a Buick to fit turned over to Spain; German diplo- in whatever he might do to uphold For your requirements. Prices from six is a searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior to anything of its kind. matic interests in the United States the honor of the country, which now hundred fifty to eighteen hunindigestion, gas in the stomach and bowels, Kidney and bladder troubles, nervous- dred dollars. Illustrated catalpg giving have been taken over by Switzerland. is our home." specifications mailed on reForeign diplomatic interests which Former President Theodore Eoose-vel- s ness, weakness and malaria, is the remedy most excellent. quest or will be glad to demonstrate to anyone expecting to buy. the United States had in charge in has tendered his service and that is a Kentucky product, guaranteed under the National and Germany have been turned overto va- of his four sons to President Wilson State Pure Food Laws to be rust as reDresented: contains" no dope or poisen and & X-Irious neutrals. Col Roosevelt ij willing to raise an If it curespthcrs, can't you afford to try it? to name. Two years of diplomatic negotiation army of men and lead them wherever true Columbia, Kentucky. iTon sale at PAULL DRUG CO'S., Columbia, Ky. marked with frequent crises, and at- duty calls. They also handle our Science Soap, Made For Human Skin Only, 0c a bar, 3 tended with the loss of more than 200 for25c. This Drug Store also have on sale our Famous Cow Boy Liniment, 25 American lives on the high seas, have From Texa . and 50c bottles. This Liniment gives remarkable relief from rheumatic pajns, lumculminated with an act which mail the THE GREAT bago, cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, lamenss, neuralgia and soreness. led history of all the world has alwajs 29, 1917. Belton, Jan., to war. Every agency of the AmerSend for our great book "The Cowboy Herbalist" free on request. , been set in mo- Editor !News: ican Government has ' tion to protect the country against This 4s Monday afternoon, a clear, COLUMBIA, KY. acts of German sympathizers. These beautiful day, but finds your scribe X DAKOTA. REMEDY CO. moves are of necessity being kept se- just recovering from the throes of the TOTJISVIX.X.E, ICY grippe, wnen icame nere oue tning 3720-3- 1 WEST BROADWAY cret. Will be conducted by hoped to do was to avoid the grippe, With the notice of severence of re- I lations the United States sent to Ber- but I find they have as much here as .Hrnssirl Cumb. Main 9IU Rates ""v"- 1- f Home City 2291 lin a demand for- - the immediate re- in Kentucky. But under the treatAmericans taken ment of Dr. Lawrence Williams, who lease of sixty-fou- r "SAFETY FIRST" from ships captured by German raid- is a chiropractic doctor, I am in four days myself again, so it is fortunate ers in the South Atlantic. had to have the GREENSBURG. KEfTrUCKY, At the request of the President for me to be here if I daughter-in-laCongress immediately after hearing grippe. Zella, "my B his address began work on new laws had it first, and she is up to day. You "In the Heart of LouiSville" Si! will never know what a chiropractic framed by the Department of Justice to check conspiracies and plots against treatment is until you take one, so I TELEPHONES IN CONVENIENCES ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WA'GONS AT PRICES the United States whith cannjob be will not undertake to describe it. Find enclosed check for $1, for EUROPEAN PLAN reached under existing statutes. UNDER COMPETITION. The question of convoying Amer- which send the News to J. A. Dice, Louisville, Ky. ican merchaut ships through the sub- to Belton, Texas, Route 2. I hardly Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN marine blockade has been taken up, see how any one who has ever lived in oi5T3a and is being considered as one of the Adair county can afford to do without PRESENT COST. The News. 1 have received two good EVERYTHING IN next moves by this Government letters since I came here, from two Neutral Governments have been noLand Rollers, Clod Crushers,' Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows . tified of the action of the United good friends, who saw where 1 was have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save States and have openly been invited from The News, and wrote me. One was from Ivan E McDougle, of Worto follow its action if the new submayou money if you buy now. cester, Mass , who taught one year in rine campaign violates their rights. The breaking off of relations came Columbia High School. I sure appreSHOES with a crash, despite the fact that it ciate it more than I can express Then one from W. F. Keeton, an had been discounted, and practically We offer Ten Thousand Dollare" worth of Shoes at Old Prices. determined upon last night. The Adair county man, and was educated M& Don't wait 'til next spring to find out bow you would have apprePresident returned from his night in Columbia, in the days of the F. School there. He has made good conference with the Senators deterciated these prices offered now. mined that a break in relations was and jg now superintendent- - of public Also Ellwood and American Fence. the only act "consistent with the dig schjfp in Colliusville, Texas I used Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand nity and the honor of the United to know him at Creelsboro, K., and House Bottom. He is a son of Styles. Suits at old prices. Bay now. Ne? States." He worked most'of the night Rock Eobert Keeton. I shall keep these preparing his address to Congress. two letters, and hold them as precious An immense stock of dry good, bought be.fore the advance. x At At 10:30 o'clock this morning it treasures The time to break the alcame known that Ambassador Gerard' low prices while they last. Ladies Cioaks at low prices. had been ordered home and that pass- abaster box is while we live. It can Incorporated ports had been sent to Count von not do any good to the dead after we Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. 10c. Calu1 16 Caat Mather Mreer Delween Pirsl and Brook Bernstorff. Although there was no are gone. met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. is Lawrence's birthday. official confirmation of the President's forty-fou- r years old - That 'Louisville, Ky. decision until he formally announced He will be calls to the fact that I A small lot of "Calico at 5c. Like the great North Arnerican Pige-p- n it himself to Congress, the knowledge am getting to be numbered among spread rapidly. the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 and 8 Count von Bernstorff beard It un- the old. My birthday and my daughtYard Lengths. birthday will be on the er officially while talking with an d do not know what will Press correspondent. While same day. I Good Indigo Blue Overall at $1.00. apparently deeply moved, he was not happen then. We are invited to dine " my .cousin, Mr. Mack Ea3', next - 1" surprised. His first act was to ask Dr. with Friday. But I am not haying a fair We offer Woven Wire Fence 20. per cent upder market.' X Paull Eitter, the Swiss minister, to come to the German Embassy and chance here at the dinners and things, Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. prepare to take ever its affairs. Then for I am dieting jou know, and while he informed his wife, an American it is a little hard for me to do yet I am born woman, of the development, and light dietin g For breakfast, coffee oat meai, toast, butter, egg. Dinner, likewise told the embassy staff. His passports were not actually delivered soup, tomatoes, lettuce, rice, corn and Va until 2' o'clock in the afternoon, bread For supper, rice, cookies etc. I have not eveu seen a jack rabbit While the President was addressing to (he country Congress oue of Secretary Lansing's yet I am to go-osome as soon as I am over this cold confidential assistants called at the -C Embassy and delivered the passports I. C Bradshaw, a Russell county man lives near Pendletonr Texas Also W. and a note in reply to the German F. Ferryman, brother of Rev. G W. DR. F. P. NIXON and DR. L. B. GRIMM Perry man deceased, lives in Pendleton. Warren, as we called him in Will Stand by the President. Kentucky, is in very poor health, not expected to live long. I am hoping to All the prominent Germans of see these old Kentucky neighbors and Louisville and Cincinnati who could friends before long w Louisville, Kentucky,- We haye thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and The Legislature of this State is be interviewed will stand by President now in session, and they are.showing Wilson, All of then declared that a bad hand m some respects. A vote Will be Wilson's Boarding House, Columbia, Ky., recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments that has been their policy at all times. was taken by the jpeople last-yeequal to any Cur on fchs market at a much higher price. We will They said they had been for Germany asking the "Legislature to submit to -the take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting to" as against her enemies in this war, but to people a prohibition amendment the'eonstitution, and it carried by a when it comes to the question of large majority, 'but the Legislature buy one this winter or in Price $800.00. We also recAmerica against Germany, or any has ignored the will of the people re ommend to your kind attention the Model 490, This is indeed the other country, It is America first last fusing to give the people a chance to vote the iniqutious liquor traffic out? and all the time. best proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factory of business, which the good people of ." ""And Every Sixty Days. John Kasierf president of the state would ;do if they had a the $490JQ0 either five 'passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libera Alliance of this city, chance. - If you need GLASSES,, or have Weak Eyes, see us. We will make all correcproposition for If you have anyintention of buying said: "I, with all of the members of Now the next thing to do will be to is Results.- - Ask your friends, and are Americans first. call a Constitutional Convention and tions at the very lowest prices. Our Molto the Alliance, at aTl during- the coming season, write us. We will give anymfor-raatio'- n No charge to examine your eyes. who have tried us for the past ten years. The United States has given us, who put in a bone dry" plank in tihe new requested. ovor have been born in the Old Country, a, constitution, and- - this they will do - Absolutely Fair Tfeataient to Allv ' -4 new home and our children have been from present prospects. Hours 8;ar, m. to 7, p.rn. born here. There cannot be and . .Z.T.Williams. w Bernstorffis Given His Passports t jack: A. 4 if-- n to-da- y a COM-CEL-SA- R. motors fourell-importa- nt COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R ROWE. HJU A.GTS. COM-CEL-SA- R 1 PAULL IXRTJG CO'S,, JACK-WHITE-MOO- 50-75-1.- 00 WIS w, mm ovemDer ROOfrlS-RUNNI- NG WATER-MODE- RN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ' Steel Fence 'Posts . . Up-to-da- te - DEHLEP BROS. CO. -- To-morro- w my-attenti- Asso.-ciate- m-law- 's t -- .- ut Pt: f Optical Specialists at ar, Wednesday and Thursday Jan. 14 and 15, 1917, the-sprin- g; - Sub-Agent- s. c r .J