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Winfrey is President of who voted no were Lane, Stone and otheisbustness He gave satisfaction, and 25 cents and up. Live near the the local organization, Rev. O. P. Waraanrthorizedto announce ED BUTLER Bush, Vice President, and Mr. John a candidate for Assessor of Adair county subject Varderman; the Republicans, Gronna, and his only reason for quitting was Graded School. Gadberry, Ky. W. Flowers Secretary and Treasurear. totho action, of the Democratic party, "as exMiss Georgia Murrell. that he believed that he could make LaFolIette, Morris. pressed At the August primary. The Committees have not as yet been more money upon the outside. There E. A. McKinley sold Bennett & For Sale. Mr. Bert Epperson is now the Treas- was no friction between .him and the appointed, but will be in a very short Grasam, last Thursday, three hogs at urer of the county, the Fiscal Court postmaster, time. The grounds for the Chautauas Mr. Mercer informed $14.05 rjer cwt. They brought him having qua have not been selected, but the elected him last week. He the writer that he would have been Fifteen shoats, from 50 to 90 pounds opinion prevails 1102.57. succeeds Mr Jas. R. Garnett, who did glad had Mr. Harris remained with and one sow and seven pigs, sow about School campus will that the Graded Mr. Herschel Taylor returned from be decided upon. though he 'has him. 175 lbs and pigs 30 lb? or better, pigs I want to sell or trade a good work not ask for The program for the week is published Ohio last week. made for several years a splendid and mare. She drives well. 3 months old. Any or all of above for most satisfactory official. News. Mr. J. V. White has been confined I haye purchased the Bakery in this sale, worth the money to quick buyer. in Bessie Shearer, Columbia, Ky. to his room for several days. town and will furnish the people the John W. Butler, Just before James, Mr. and Mrs. best of bread at the lowest price posFor Assessor. Dr. H. W. Depp, wife and children, Hereline, Ky. John N. Conover's oldest son got his sible. Strictly cash to the retail dispatch from Greensburg says A visited in Louisville last week. hand disfigured by the that peaches, plums and pears in dynamite cap, Thomas, explosion of a trade, accounts only with .merchants.' To the Democrats of Adair County. Judge Rollin Hurt returned to Mistake Corrected. their yoTlng-e- In connection with the bakery I have Green county are safe up to the presFrankfort the first of the week. I hereby announce myself a candiboy, got his index finger on his opened p. s restaurant and ent. date for Assessor, subject to the acMrs. Effie Purdy, of Bradfordsville, right hand torn off to the first joint, will give the best of service. When The name of Miss Estelle Willis, tion of the Democratic primary In is visiting relatives in Adair county. sympathizers in this coun- while playing about a binder. German you need good bread or want a meal who is a Democratic candidate for August 1917. Having had considerDr. J. C. Gose and Mr. A. Hovious, try are being arrested daily for call on me. I furnish pies, cakes and School Superintendent, has been un- able public n Mr. Marshall Steel, who was a of Knifley, were here a few days ago. remarks against the United Vill pay cash for eggs and intentionally left out of the announce- that am business experience, I feel and highly respected citizen of desserts, particularly qualified to I C. M. Herriford ment column for two weeks. It was conduct this office to the satisfaction 'Mr. Geo. W. Whitlock made his States. the Cane Valley section, died on April butter. regular trip to Columbia a few days Columbia, Ky. not noticed at this office until our at- of the entire citizenship, and If honLieutenant Governor Jas. D. Black, 2. He was taken sick in Illinois and 21-- tf ago. tention was. called to the omission. ored by my party with the nomination his"wife and daughter barely escaped died a short timeafter reaching home. Mr. W.R. Lyon and Mr. H. B. GilMessrs. L. D. Keene, Irene Taylor It Is now replaced in the proper col- and elected in November, I shall with their lives when the Capitol Ho- The funeral was preached before a county, M pin, Campbellsville, were here ThursE. Corbin, W. B. Dulworth umn. strive with all my power to give that tel, Frankfort, burned last Thursday. large number of relatives and friends day. and G. O. Corbin, of Green river, were by Rev. William Dudgeon. service which I feel a public trust Base Ball. here last Thursday, representing a imposes. I have always been a DemMr. A.D. Patteson has returned Sunday, May fith has been designatDay. The ocrat, and while I have given of my from a business trip to Kansas and ed as Go to Sunday-SchoThe State Board of equalization company who Droposes to build a Oklahoma. schools of Columbia should get busy raised the assessment of Adair county bridge across Green river near DulQuite a number witnessed the game time for the success of my party. 1 They many will promise to at- 10 per cent, above the list reported by worth and at the Cox Ford. Mr. John Q. Alexander, whom the and of base ball last Saturday between have never before sought public office. In submitting my claims, I would the local Board Mr. Gordon Mont went before the Fiscal Court and Campbellsville and the Lindsey-Wil-so- n people of Columbia are at all times tend. greatly appreciate the support of the gomeryaud Mr?" Walker Bryant left asked that this county take stock for glad to meet, was here a few days ago. boys. The weather was cool, but Mr. R. H. Price's horse, advertised Monday for Frankfort, and will ap- said construction. It will be a toll the players started in fine spirits. It Democrats of the county, promising Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Barbee went to the News is named Red Peavine, pear before the State board and- will bridge, and located in a section where was soon noticeable Louisville Saturday, to spend Sunday in Red Ravin. that the school cheerfully to abide the result. there is much travel. Mr. Keene and boys were After this week the show that the raise is unjust. not Ed Butler. too much for the visitors, with their daughter, Mrs. J. F. Mar- change will be made in the advertise-- " his associates are very deeply intergame closed 8 to nothing in and tin. The schools in Columbia and in the ested in this enterprise as well as all favorthe ment. Dr. Ganfieid's Yisit. of the Li Flowefs, of Bowling Mr. W. T. county ought to be flying the flag. the people living in the neighborhood. Greenfe native of Adair county, is The trustees of the 4th educational State Supt. of Schools, Gilbert, is askStroKe Fatal. A revival meeting will begin at the As previously announced Dr. Gan-flelhere, spending a few weeks with rel division will meet at Neatsburg or ing, by letter, that all county superUnited Brethren church, April 15, Prdsident of Center College, atives and Jriends. Little Cake, on Saturday, April 21, at intendents have flags placed on the "Aunt" Martha Frazer, a colored Danville, visited Columbia last Satur-- " Dr. J. T; Jones and wife, who spent lo o'clock a m , to elect a chairman rural schools. Attorney General Lo- 1917, conducted by Rev. Allen Dunkel-bergewoman who lived In the suburbs of day, of Dayton, Ohio, Evangelist of and on Sunday at 11 a. m.. he gan has ruled that flags may be legalfive months in Hutchison, Kansas, for that division. Columbia, met with a stroke of appreached to all the people the Presby-tenia- n ly purchased and raised out of the the Miami Conference, one of the oplexy have returned to their home, two last Saturday morning, dying largest U. B. Conferences in the Church would hold. He is a Fudge was conveyed to county school fund. Mrs. Otho miles out from Columbia. in the United States. He is a sane, prac- who afternoon. Sne was a woman very scholarly gentleman and speaks week by Dr. H. B. Mr. Jo Hurt, who represents the In- Louisville last not only had the respect of her The Fiscal Court of Adair county, tical preacher of the gospel and is en- race, but also of the white people gen- with much force, and is exceedingly ternational Harvester.Company, head- Simpson, for an operation but the entertaining. His visit was highly apquarters New Albany, Ind., was at specialist decided that she had come in session last week, decided to build dorsed by Bishop G. M. Mathews, D. erally. She was about seventy-fiv- e preciated by the many who were given too late to be benefitted. an iron bridge across Pettitsfork, at D. L. L. D. The pubHc is cordially years old and will be greatly home for a few hours last Friday. missed or near the Glasgow road ford, provid- invited and the cooperation of all the by her people, especially her sons and an opportunity to hear him. Mr. W. E. Harris, wife and little Sunday night there were union serchurches.is desired to unite In the The wheat of this county, we learn daughters. The funeral was largely son, Master William E , Misses Lizzie from the farmers, is "looking much ed the citizens who will receive the saving of souls. vices at the Methodist church when greatest benefit will do their part by attended and Mary Harris, Miss Dorothy Tandy better than it did two weeks ago, and C. H, Schad, Pastor. Dr. Ganfield again preached a most way of donations. There is not any and Mr. Jo Harris visited Campbells- it is now believed that more than a logical and helpful discourse. doubt but the requirements' of the At Rest. ville The children of Mr. D. E. Phelps half crop will be harvested Monday he spoke to the two schools, Court will be'complled-with- , and the attheLind-sey-Wilsowent to an entertainment giving thepnpils wholesome advice, C. Holt, who represents a Mr. C bridge will be built. On Monday night, March 19, at 7:30 The State Senate, by a vote of 23 to in a buggy, last Friday Monday night he delivered a fertilizer company, was here, .from o'clock, Miss Emma E. Young crossed and bill, splendid lecture in the Baptist, church B. Barbee bwght of James Bal-lo- night .While the exercises were in days ago and put in 13, adopted the classification J. Jamestown, a few the river and entered into a brighter "What it Takes to Make a Town his time talking business to the far- which makes a uniform state tax rate ?sb Thursday, the former's farm, progress some one drove the horse and of forty cents and exempts certain two miles from town on Disappoint-men- t, buggy off and it could not be found and better world above. She was a Worth Living in." mers who were in town. It was a treat to daughter of Mr. and Mrs William H classes of property from local taxation. every one who had the pleasure of for $4,000. Ic contains 661 when the exercises closed. Saturday Young, whose home is Judge W. T. Hendnckson and his near Gadberrv. hearing it. acres. It is known as part of the afternoon it was found in the bushes son, Mr. W. O. Hendrickson, the forwas It is said that no greater paper was Anderson Smith's farmthat which is near Longview, in a colored settle She1917, born Feb. 5 1882, died March From here the distinguished minisupon mer the County Judge of Taylor coun- ever penned by man making her 35 years, 1 month than the address located the residence ment. were evidences that 19, ty, the latter a merchant at Irene, of It is a good chickens Therebeen hauled in the bug- and 15 days old She was laid to rest ter went to Greensburg, to attend President Wilson to the American piece of property. -- Mr Balloo retains had Presbytery. were here last Thursday. Congress, urging that he be given the gy, and the vehicle was considerably in the Stone cemetery, near her home. the dwelling and a portion of the land Mr. and Mrs. J. O. RusselL and Miss right to declare war against Germany. damaged. The horse was hooked to au was done that loving hands could " Mrs. Antle Dead. until the first of next January. Sallie Field have reached Louisville, -s the buggy. The theft should be in- do for her recovery. She leaves three from Florida, and are expected home sister, four brother, a father, mother R. H. Russell, H. J. Henson, John The April number of the Review of vestigated. and several nieces and nephews to in the next few days. Mrs. Russell Henson, Fred Faulkner, Squire Eades Reviews is the most .instructive copy Mrs Mary Antle, who was the bestood the trip from Florida to Louis- and Squire Morgan were here test Miss Rose Heyd returned from a mourn their loss. All were at her loved wife of Rev. Marion Antle, died sent te the office in many months, ville very well. Jefferson-ville- , bedside, except one brother, who lives at her home, on Bomar Heights, week in the interest of a proposed the writers on this .periodical are this the visit to New Albany and Mr. John D Lowe, the Columbia bridge across Green river at the HenInd., last week. -- Miss Heyd was at West Point, when the end came. place, last Thursday afternoon at 5 very best, and their contributions on She professed her faith in Christ at o'clock. Before her marriage she was Shoe Salesman, was in this county last son Ford. the affairs in Eupope are exceedingly in the suburbs of New Albany when the cyclone came, two weeks ago, and the age of 15 and joined the Methodist a Miss Ramsey, and was born and week seeing his customers. Incident-lMembers of Columbia Chapter, No., interesting. To get an accurate ac- immediately visited the scene. She church at Tabor andllved a consistent reared in Russell county. When quite he talked good roads, Legislature, count of the war arid the part the war and politics. Mr. Lowe is a very 7, should remember that next Friday United States will play in it, read says it was the most horrible and dis- member since. She will not only be young she and her husband were marcongenial gentleman and can make night will be the regular meeting. this magazine. Address, 30 Irving tressing sight that ever came to her missed by her home folks but by the ried and to them seven children were devision. Pictures like this presented entire community Bro Vance made born,, all living, four grown, and two himself pleasant and instructive to There will be work in the minor grees, and all Companions are urged, to Place, New York, N. Y. all; Liberty News. themselves; A mother had gone to a a beautiful talk before a large num-be- married. When the end came, beside be present. friends and relatives. the husband four of the children were "Rev. J. R. Crawford, who came to There are now thirty-siannounced store to buy her two little daughters A niece When she reat the bedside. candidates for the various county some refreshments Columbia and officiated at the funeral Mr. L. D. Keen, of Irene, Taylor The deceased was about fifty years of Mrs. Sarah Bradshavy, last Tues- county, near the Adair line, sold his offices published in the! News. There turned her home was destroyed and old, and had been a consistent memday afternoon, remained over Wed- crop of tobacco, little over ten thous- are six or eight other candidates who the two children dead. A man had Serious Accidents. gone to his leaving his wife and ber of the Uniteed Brethren Church nesday, meeting his many friends. and pounds for 81,25 This was dark have not yet handed in their names. two childrenwork, at home. When he reThe dynamite cap is a dangerous for a number of years. She was a Wednesday night he preached enter- tobacco and was sold to D. W. Gowdy, It is perhaps the largest crop of candidates that has ever been before the turned the dwelling had' been demol- thlng'to have sport with, as the fol- woman very much liked by her neightainingly at the Presbyterian church. of Campbellsville. bors and friends, and her husband and people of the county. Out of this ished and the wife and two children low incidents will bear testimony: A fair congregation was out though MondayXof last week a little son children were devoted to her, hence were dead. She describes many other On the weather was very inclement. Rev. Mr. J. A. Whitney, Coburg, con- large number sixteen can win nomina Crawford is a favorite here, and when tinues to improve, though the prog- tions, tne .Democrats naving no can-v- i scenes just as horrible. She is loud in of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Kearnes, this she will be sadly missed. The deher praise of Louisville and other cit- place, in some way, got hold of one of ceased was confined to her bed for ever he chooses to come, he will be ress to health is very slowly. It Is didate for Representative. ies who responded quickly with liberal these high explosives, struck it with a nearly two months, ieing afflicted given a most cordial greeting. generally believed that he will event-Mr. Ed Butler publishes acard in donations. rock, which made it explode, and a with a complications of diseases, and ually recover and to that end his many News announcing his candi number of pieces of the cap. made of during her illness""she was closely Up to the present the fruit" of this friends are anxiously looking. For Sale. dacy for Assessor. His card f ullysets copper, went into his left leg, making watched by her physician, friends, and county has not been killed. up his claim, but it is not out of place the' wounds very painful. Dr. Flow- members of the family. W. L. Grady, the welknowt stock The funeral services were held at for tills paper' to state that be belongs Some nice pure bred- Duroc Jersey ers was called and up to Tnesday afNow that Easter ITas passed, we may man, of Gradyville, has seven of "the to a Democratic family, one that has guilts Will .weigh 160 pqnnds. ternoon all the pieces of the cap had the U. B. Church, Friday afternoon, finest Jacks you ever saw at his barn have some settled weather. conducted by her pastor, Rev. C. H. not been extracted and one of the best stallions in Ken- at all times stood for the principles of 23-J. A. Williams. Hogs wentto $15.40 on the Louis- tucky. Next week this "ad" telling said party, rnd he feels that he is not On Wednesday morning a more se- Schad. many friends being in attendtoo much from her voters at 's all about his stock will appear in The asking ville market Jast Thursday. rious accident occu.red Eggs for Hatching. home of ance. The interment was in the city time. He hopes to meet all the this Mr. and Mrs. Joen N. Conover, who cemetery. The flowers were beautiful. News. people before the primary The sympathy of this town is with I have two extra large mare work live one mile South of town. Their Full stock Light Brahmar eggs L. D. Keene, mules for sale. son James, their oldest offspring, who the sorrowing husband and children. An unknown foreigner was shot and On last Saturday afternoon Je3sle per 15. 24-Ky. Call and see my chickens. Irene, fatally wounded at the bridge in Bu- and Louise Hughes entertained the is in his eleventh year, found a cap pn Miss- - Mollie Caldwell purchased last N. B. Kelsay, llitt county last Wednesday afternoon, little folks of their neighborhood with the premises, and boy like, he con--, Monday, the residence, on Burkesvllle 24-The levy for 'all purposes made by after refusing to obey a command to Columbia, Ky. eluded to shoot it. Procuring a nail street, known as the Capt. W. W. the Fiscal Court about the same as halt. He was conveyed to the City an Easter egg hunt. Those present he stuck it in the cap, struck it with. Bradshaw property, from Mrs were. Margaret and Montrle Whitlast year. Will Handle Ice. a hard substance, and as a result he Claycomb, for $3,100 and will J. F. Hcspital, Louisville, where he died lock, Ralph and Willard Staples, Antake lost the ends of his first and second posesslon in a few days. Mrs. Trabue Shearer sold to Phelps next mo.rning. nie and Arnie Clavcomb, Amos and is a very It Bros., last Saturday, a sow and two Sandidge Whitlock,' Luclle and GweQj Mr. W. E. McCandless will handle fingers and the end of his thumb off desirable home and in tha. judgment pigs for 860.95. I keep on hands a full stock of dollne Price, Karl Whitfield and. Will-Ja- ice this season and will deliver it in his left hand. He was brought to the of the public Miss Caldwell got a rare coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Rowe Flowers, Virginia ana1 Be'r-:ni- e Columbia at one cent per pound. He office of Dr. Flowers, where his bargain. Buff Orpington eggs 50 cents per Metalli&Caskets, and. Steel Boxes and. Pax ton and John Murrell, Jr. is also agent for refrigerators and can wounds were dressed. While his hand will be disfigured he will have v.ery setting from a fine laying strain. two hearses. We keep extra large furnish them tt a bargain. Why Constipation Injures.-good use of it t Mrs. T. B Plielps 4 caskets. Prompt seryice night or day. Highest-PoinJn the County. The bowels are the natural seweraga Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. These accidents should be a warning A Great Business School. system of the body. When they be.-Mr. T. G. Ra'aner's aunouircement 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, to all the boys, reminding them should The village of Sparksville, eight for Jailer will appear in the next is Columbia, Ky. they find a cap to let it severely alone. come obstructed by constipation a miles from Columbia, is said to be losue of The News. After all, the best test of a school's It Is hoped that these two lads will of the poisonous matter which they Mr. Garnetfc Montgomery, writing cated on the highest point in Adair efficiency is the record of its graduates soon recover, and that there wilt be no should carry off is absorbed into the to his father, from Texas, says patri- county. Mr. Robert Strange, who is Viewed from this standpoint, the more serious results than is stated svstem. makinir vnu faal dull and ntn. - Until the first of April we will McCall's " magazine one year with otism is very much in evidence in tliat in the mercantile businesses Sparks- Bowling Green Business University, above. hold, add interfering with the diges f ree'pattern; Farm and Home one State. All automobiles, ' carryalls of ville, said, in our presenc, last Wed- at Bowling Green, Kj., is entitled to tion and assimilation of food. This year,: Wo man's World two years and every description, are flying the stars nesday, that on clear nights he could the honor and high standing it enjoys. 'Considerable frost here this (Tues- condition is quickly relieved by Cham'The Adair County News one year all and stripes, and that all business and plainly see the arc lights, on Bomar Its graduates are found in useful po- day) morning, yet the frulrJ is nob all berlain's Tablets. Obtainable at sitions everywhere. for $1.40. Subscribe now. ' farm houses are bedecked .with flags. Heights, this place.- Pauli Drug Co. . Adv - For Assessor Ladles everywhere are cordially in- vited to see my new line of millinery. Mrs. R. W. Hurt, Mr. Ernest Harris, who has been The war resolution passed the United States Senate by a vote of 82 to 6. employed In the postoffice for several Three Democrats and 3 Republicans months, tendered his resignation the voted - against it The Democrats fjrstof the month and will vengage in Dfess Making. The Chatauqua. 23-2- D Personals. to-day- 's 24-2- b " J st first-clas- well-know- ol see-ho- - ndsey-Wilso- n. d, r, last-Saturda- y. n, o. -- y of x to-day- 's 2t at-th- e i 3t tf m fur--Jfls- lT L.- -- . ' - X X 3S 'i I THE ADAIR s ; mm&m & mm mswi &8&V&z - gjtasgap Armed neutrality it now ap carried nearest our heartB for pears, i9 impracticable. Be- democracy to Such A task we Published Every Wednesday cause submarines are in effect can dedicate our lives and our 8YTIE when used as the Ger- - fortunes, everything that we Adair County Hews Company outlaws man submarines have been used havp, with the pride of those (Incorporated.) against merchant shipping, it is who know that the day has come EDITOR. impossible CHAS. S. HARRIS. to defend ships when America is privileged to spend her blood and her might Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest against their attacks as the law of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair of nations ha3 assumed that mer- for the principles that 'gave her and adjoinins counties. chantmen would defend them- birth and happiness and the as second Entered at the Columbia selves against privateers or peace which she has treasured. class mail matter. cruisers, visiDie craic, giving God helping her, sha can do no YEAR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE chase upon the open sea. They other. must be dealt with upon sight if Bad Cough? Feverish? Grippy? - WED. APE. 11, 1917 dealt with at all. You need Dr. King's New Discovery not to stop that cold, the soothing balsam There is.one choice we can ANNOUNCEMENTS. ingredients heal the initated memmake; we are incapable of mak branes, soothe the sore throat, the anWe are authorized to announce the following ing; we will not choose the path tiseptic qualities kill the germ and Candidates subjecy to the action of their respectyour cold is quickly relieved. Dr. of submission and suffer the King's New Discovery has for 48 years ive parties: most sacred rights of our nation been the standard remedy for cougha For County Judge. and x)ur people to be ig- and colds in thousands of homes. Get and have ft handy in a bottle Republican WALTEE S. SINCLAIR. nored or violated. your medicine chest for coughs, colds COUNTY HEWS g$4$$&98$6"9nQ$ $46$$$i9M0H$QH$& Drink Mint Cola. Our bottles are Sterelized. We have just installed a new Sterelizer. Our bottles are first boiled in a strong salution of Alkali, and then thoroughly renched before filling, which "? Post-offi- v $I.00-E- makes them absolutely sanitary. We Are Agents For -- to-da- y Democrat KJNT MONTGOMERY. W. G.. ELLIS Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. For County Attorney. Democrat GORDON MONTGOMERY croup, grippe and all bronchial affecThe wrongs against which we tions. At Paull Drug Cou 50c. Ad now array ourselves are not com United States in the War. mon wrongs; they are out of the very roots of human life. We wish to say to the country merchants !. intend to handle bottled goods, that we seU you ice cheap. There is nothing you nancne tnat makes a better profit for ICE one 4 who will. can you S than Soft Drinks. If you For Sheriff. Republican: W. B. PATTESON. CORTEZ SANDERS. - - GEO. E. NELL Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW. R. M. HURT " When the United States enters I advise that the Congress declare the recent course of the Im- the war it will be untouched with want a Refrigerator we will 'sell you - For County Court ClerK. Republican T. A.FURKIN. JOHN N. SQUIRE?. L.Y. GAB BERT. -- S. C. NEAT. Democrat ALBERT MILLER. "W. H. GILL. For School Superintendent. Republican GEORGE AARON TOBIAS nUFFvAKER. Democrat NOAH LOY. MISS ESTELLE WDLLIS For Jailer Republican JOHNTHURMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. FRANK WOLFORD MILLER C. WOOTEN A. W. TARTER G. W. COLLINS Democrat C. G. JEFFRIES. " A. H. FEESE. J. JOHN R. CHRISTIE. For Assessor Democrat P. P. DUNBAR. Republican R.H. HARMON. EVERETT ALLISON. G. L. FERRYMAN. J. M. TARTER For Representative Republican JOE HUDDLESTON. " x DR. W. S. TAYLOR. Excerpts from President's Address The new (submarine) policy has swept every restriction aside. Vessels of every kind jwbatever their flag, their character, their cargo, their destination, their errand, havebeen ruthlessly sent to the bottom without warning, and without thought of help or mercy for those on board, the vessels of friendly neutrals along with those of belligerents. Even hospital ships and ships carrying relief to the sorely bereaved and stricken people of Belgium have been sunk with the same reckless lack of compassson or principle. I am not now thinking of the, loss of property involved,, immense and" serious as that is, but only of the wanton and wholesale destruction of the lives of men, women noncombatants, property can and children be paid for; the lives of peaceful and innocent people- - cannot ""be. v save in the highest perial German government to be in fact nothing less than a war sense. No plans for seizing the against the Government and peo- tarritory of any nation, no scheme to exalt the nation's ple of the United States. power and prestige at the exOur object is to vindicate the will have part in principles of peace and justice in pense of othersj, be primarily in the the life of the world as against it. Itrwill interest of neither side in the selfish autocratic Powers. great European conflict, but in We have no quarrel with the the interest of permanent peace, German people. We have no which can only be assured by the feeling toward them but one of vindication of law and humanity It as against might in the realm of sympathy and friendship. was not upon their impulse that international dispute. their government acted in enterIt will be a war of defense in ing this war. It was not with the strictest sense a war that their previous knowledge or ap- was forced on the United-State- s proval. in spite of it's peace and patient efforts to preserve A steadfast concert for can never be maintained, except by other means that irreducible by a partnership of democratic minimum of right and freedom Only free peo- of action which no nations. ple can hold their purpose and ing nation can render. their honor steady to a common If the war must come, if it end and prefer the interests of needs be that the great democmankind to any narrow interests racy of the West act strongly to of their own. preserve the things without One of the things that has which nationality is a jest and served to convince us that the patriotism a byword, we may go Prussian autocracy was not, and into it with a clear conscience. Chicago Herald. could never be, our friend iff that from the very outset of the presClear Your Skin in Spring. ent war it has filled our. unsusSpring house cleaning means cleanpecting communities and even ing inside and outside. Dull pimply our offices of government with skin is an aftermath of winter inactivity. Flush your inte3tines with a spies and set criminal intrigue mild laxative and clean out the accueverywhere afojt against our mulated wastes, easy to take, they dc Dr. King's New Life Pills national unity of council, our nob gripe. your complexion and brightwill clear peace within and without, our en your eye. Try Dr. King's New and throw oil the Life Pills industries and our commerce. sluggish winter shell. At Paull Drug-Co-., Ad 25c. That it (the Gerrrfan government) means to stir up enemies An exchange says that a Micagainst us at our very doors, the higan farmer last year - bought a intercepted note to the German Ford machine and contracted to Minister at Mexico City is elo- pay for it in March 1917 with quent evidence. 400 barrels of Irish potatoes. self-intere- st long-continue- at Costv deliver ice anywhere in the corporate limits of Columbia at lcent per pound. All orders must be in before 10 o'clock in the morning, as we will not deliver ice after 10 o'clock. Ve will t COLUMBIA BOTTLING CO., "W. E. McOAJSTDLESS, PROP. jg& 9"96G'$9"6"6"6Qm9"6$$ NOTICE. $$&$$$$$$ n d Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, self-respec- t's Will Begin His Great Popularity Sale Contest April Fifteenth ( Joe" Cleveland Bay. 1 1 1 CAPITAL PRIZE Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. The second prize will lie presented to the Most Popular Mother. The third prize will be presented to the Most Pop This celebrated Stallion will make the season of 9 f at my barn 4 miles soulh of Columbia, and A miles west of Gadberry, on Pettits Fork creek, and will serve mares at $7.00 to insure a living colt. He has proven to be a good S5O0.00 breeder. " JOE is a dark bay, 16 hands high, heavy built, good style, has the best of eyes, feet and. legs, and in fact a perfect model in every respect. He is a good harness and work horse, so he heeds no further introduction. - ular Minister. 'The fourth prize to the Most Popular Old Maid. i. I to-nig- Voting Ballots will be presented with every CASH sale. Money due , when colt is foalded. All care will be taken to prevent acci- The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leaves dents but not responsible should any occur the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave JOE was sired by Cleveland Bay, without voting. The date of distribution of prizes will be" and his first dam was a Lexington. Call some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. and see my horse if interested or phore nounced 47-- 1. WILL JOHNSON. 24-- 3t -- The present German submarine warfare against commerce is a .warfare against mankind. It is a war against all nations. The challenge is to all mankind. We must put excited feeling away. Our motive will not be revenge or the victorious assertion of the physical might of-tNation, but only the vindication of human rights, of which we are only a single champion. he The Kaiser proposes to return what is left of Belgium and Northern France to their proper owners and to make peace for a "reasonable indemnity." Satan ARE YOU WITH US? s gave the Lord a better deal than that; Taking Him on a moun'Then Send hi The Names" Of YourCandi- tain be offered Him the whole of . dates At Once. the earth belowr But he recloses. Will want not less than Twenty-fivCandidates for ne Cap quired no indemnity. The Courier-JBy order of the President Civil county! More if they wish to enter the contest. begs Satan's pardon ical prize, to the We are now about to accept Service has been extended to all Dry Goods.' Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware for mentioning him in the same the gage of battle with this nat- posmasters, taking them out of Farmimplements and Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Plaster, f' breath with the Kaiser. ural foe toiiberty and shall, if politics. Fertilizers; Buggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, Gasonecessary, send the whole orce Stop Left over Coughs. line Engines, Gasoline and Oils, Salvet, Bee Dee. will stop of the Nation to check and nul- - Dr. Bell's cough Why Constip'ation Injures. that lingers from lify its pretensions and its pow that hacking soothing pine balsams The bowels are the natural sewerage January. The T Dhlegm, heals the irritated system of the body. When they, be- er. loosen the Will be sold, giving a wide field and a good chance membrane, the glycerine relieves the come obstructed by constipation a There are, it may be,, many tender tissues, you breathe easier and of the poisonous "matter which they for every Candidate. " the months of fiery trial and sacri- coughing ceases. Don't neglect a should carry off is absorbed into stuv. lingering cough, it is dangerous. Dr. system, making you feel dull and ! ' fice ahead of mis, but Bell's v diges pid, and interfering with the Honey the right is more precious than and pleasant to take, benefits ydling tion and assimilation of food. This . paace, and .we shall fight for the and old, get it at Paull JDrug Co.,to-day- condition is quickly relieved byJiam-- j "7" Formula on the bottle. 25c. " things which we have always, -- .",- TauiiDrugCo. .Adv vjL'JfcJUii IN Ad . W O, LAJNJtLi JLXJJUJUjBJK.. . . v e ournal Cour-ier-Cournal. Pine-Tar-Honey this challenge of hostile purpose because we know that in such a government, following such methods, we can never have a friend ; and that in the presence of its organized power,- - always lying in wait to accomplish we know not what purpose, there can be no assured security for the democratic government of the world. We are accepting When the contract was made potatoes were selling at $1.15 per barrel. At the present prices, if he is held to the contract, the "tin Lizzie" will cost him over $3,000. With advance in gasoline, unless he has a powerful long"purse, he will be a bankrupt before the European war Everyone is requested to send in the names of Candidates not later than the Seventh. 07 course candidates names will be enrolled at any time during the contest, but it xis much better to start with the opening sales. These sales will be of the greatest interest and entertainment to everybody in the five counties. Interesting changes will be introduced in the plans frequently, 'and constant interest will A be kept up till the finish. . " AUTOMOBILES -- Pine-Tar- rooDso3sr xjetwib Ji - -- 7 mm&vjSSk .' T THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Whether or not Germany war with the United States Germany is making war upon the United States as she is making war upon everybody who stands in the pathway Of Junker domination. That war is waged not only upon the high sea but even upon our own soil. Leagued with the murderous submarine is the horde of German conspirators in our own country menacing American life, American property and the stability of American institutions. We can have peace with Germany only on the terms that other democracies can have peace by the abject surrender of our rights, our honor, our duty and our"sov-- e reign ty. de-sir- es "N German Detained. Ashland,: Ky., April 4. to-da- Let Him Go! HW m Great mvKS &2fe riEf7 S; mimL uf a man puts his name on' a product lie ' WHEN pledge to the "public which only Quality Gan make good. The value m a well- established name, therefore, is in the honor and gOod,iaith tor which it stands. On every Firestone tire there is stamped the name of the founder of the world's largest exclusive tire company H. S. Firestone, the presidentxf the Firestone Tire "& Rubber Company. Come to us for Firestone Tires, Tubes and Accessories. You'll find Firestone service equal to Firestone quality. Quick Miles per Dollar. When in trouble excitement prevailed in y when it became known that a' German sympathizer had been arrested and placed in the city prison. He said his name is Prof. K. B. Hent-sche- l, and his card bore the name of Prof. K. B. Hentschel, piano and organ expert, 5M South Fourth street, Louisville, Ky. His Catletts-bur- g Ha, arrest came about through his persistent effort to send a telegram to the Secretary of War, in which he berated the United States Government for the stand it was taking in the difficulty a8 AV thorough the kind that makes for Most need of tire equipment this distributing center "I know of no way of judging or In Red Side means immediate service. Tread The Distinctive Dealer's Name and Address! Firestone Trade-Mar- k SV'd m&m 1 mwfjMft i.i m ( vm 1'R '.fill 2 tVil SANDUSKY, BROS. Agts. Columbia, Kentucky. Im"pial Chancellor 'declared to the Reichstag that When the of the future but by the past," said Patrick Henry, and there is no way of judging of Germany but by the world's experience with Germany. The plain teaching of that experience is there is no peace for anybody, including Germany, until German autocracy has been crushed and the German people have been compelled by inexorable events to overthrow the political system that today is the greatest curse of civilizations. This is a task to which th'e American people are consecrated by all their history and traditions and future generations will have no more reason to regret our active part in this imperative work of democracy than we have to regret the Declaration of Independence and the Emancipation Proclamatioh.-Ne- w York World. " -- Sprains and Strains Relieved. with "Germany. He said he was for America until this country" proposed to wage war on Germany, and then he refused to acknowledge allegiance to the American Government, but would do all in his power to aid the Germans. The telegram was intercepted at Cincinnati, and word was sent back to place the man under arrest. When arrested he used vile and insulting language against President Wilson and Americans in general. When his room was searched at the hotel papers were found in his grip which indicated that he had been carrying on a correspondence with the Carranza Government in Mexico. The man apparently is polished and educated and much the type pf man who would be qualified to carry on such negotiations. Pending developments he is held for safekeeping in the. Catlettsburg prison. There comes a period in the life of a boy when he wants to break away from home. It may be early, It may be later. When cgpies let him go. Let him go freely without restrictions. Do not'tie a string to him, above all aivapron stringy The more freely he is permitted to go, the more freely he will come back. Parents are likely to think, the boys are queer creatures. But they are net. A boy is like an untrained mind with an abnormal curiosity, let loose in a laboratory. There is bound to be a breakage. There are bound to be explosions. The chemicals themselves are not quite normal, because, while they are undoubtedly products of Nature, they have been artifically arranged in that laboratory by certain artificial chemists. It is best to let your boy loose in the great chemical laboratory called the world. It will be harder later on if you hold him back now. Between now and then he can find himself, But if you wait until then the rush of force wilPbe so great he may lose Let him go! Country War News. klOTICC rTOCK IVlOn BEISTJA-MIBENJAMIN DARE is N D-AJRJE. a years old, a natural horse, 5h hands high and will measure full 16 hands when he comes to maturity, is a chestnut sorrel of type that commands the fine form and action-t- he highest price everywhere a horse of substance and beauty His pedigree shows him as richly bred in the line of usefulness and fancy as any horse in southern Kentucky, and hissize, form, action and manners are in full keeping with his royal breeding. Accepting the fact that like begets like, he is bound to prove a great sire of thekind that is always in demand at fancy prices. saddle again8fthe United States and does nQt deaire . Germany never de3ired war .fc SPEDIGREE: Benjamin Dare sired by Jesse Dare, he by Highland Dare 1534, he by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel 58. Dam, May No. K. 1068, she by Well's Red Squirrel, son of Owsley's Red Squirrel. This horse will serve a limited number of mares at $25.00 to insure a living colt. Also my two black Jacks will serve at $6.00 and $7.00 to insure living colt. This stock will be attended T)y Mr. B. F. a careful man, and will be found at my barn 1 miles east of Creelsboro. x Mares pastured at $2.00 per month while breeding to stallion. Money due when colt is foaled,mare traded or removed from neighborhood without my consent. All care will be taken to avoid accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. Pol-ston, he emp,oyed convendonal ex. , . ovqimt nm .h . Q of German lawlessness and aggression since Aug. 1, 1914. Germany never desired war with Russia, and there would have been no war if Russia had consented to the extinguishment of Serbia and the political enslavement of the Slav races of the Balkans. Germany never desiree war, with Belgium, and there would have been no war if the Belgians had not resisted the German . Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the pain out of strains, sprains, bruises and all muscle soreness. A clean, clear liquid easily applied, it quickly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's Liniment does not stain the skin or clog the pores like mussy plasters or ointments. For chr6nic rheumatic aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and n remedy lumbago have this hasdy. For the pains of grippe and following strenuous work, it gives quick relief. At Paull Drug Co., 2oC well-know- British and French troops closing on St. Quentin have taken additional villages and points of support from the Germans. Attacking on a front more than eight miles in length, south and southwest of the harassed German stronghold, the French Six Germans were convicted in troops, notwithstanding stubNew York of a conspiracy to born resistance by the Germans,, destroy American ships. everywhere met with success, taking strongly-organize- d posi- -- 9 The New Russian Cabinet. W. A, ARMSTRONG, . " Creelsboro, Ky.- - DRINK COCA 4t -- . COLA Tr i EST ft- - BOTTLES 3 ' -- St V 1, Gall for it by Pull Name and V A void Substitutes. -- sL pr0caCola i' '. . Bottling Wks. KENO?TJCK:"Sr. Q.A.MPBKLr.SVmiJE, PEN3STETT & SMITH, ' -- QTS. COLUMBIA, KY. - O Germany never desired war with France, and there would have been no war if the French had given guarantees to violate their treaty obligations dnd be faithless to their pledges. Germany never desired war with England, and there would have been no war if the NBritish Government had acquiesced in the invasion of Belgium anB the conquest of France. Germany never desired war with th'e United States, and there would be no war if the United States would permit Germany to murder its citizens, sink its ships and conspire against its sovereignty unmolested. Allow Germany to ride roughshod over the world,' regardless of the laws of God or man and nobody could desir9 war lesa than Germany. The Imperial Government is the very embodi ment of peace provided peace coincides with the aims of German autocracy and the ends - of German jmilitarhmC Dangers there still are in the path of the new Russia, bufthe new government is composed of men of sterling ability and pro found vision. The Committee of Safety proceeded to foriri a new Cabinet as soon as the old government had been overthrown It is the most fortunate, the most gifted, the most expert that ever took over the helm of a nation after a revolution. It represents the cream of Russia, the noblest sons of which have been drafted into its ranks. It has the ability to steer Russia safely to victory and an era of light and liberty and justice. It has the vision and the idealism necessary to make Russia not a mere member of the family pf democracies in the world, but a great and fit leader of humanity. From "The Russian Revolution," by Isaac Don Levine, in the American Review of Reviews for April, -- CQ-M-- E Doughnut!' Cabinet goodies use Calumet Baking Powder! My mother uses it she's she's tried aU others learned her lesson now she sticks to Calumet. "Unequalled or" mating tender, wholesome, light bak ings. Wonderful leavening and raising dualities uniform 1'results. Mother says Calumet Ii the most economical to boy-- nost nomical to use. Tiyitatonce. Una Cxi Bui Tru Sit Hit In enmd Cm eco "Any time you want real Received Hishest Awards tions and villages, among them Dalon, about two miles southwest, and Giffecourt, two miles south of the town. Flans for raising and training an army of 1,200,000 men are expected to be laid before the House Military Committee by the Secretary of War. The first-ste- p will be to recruit the army and national guard up to war strength, when the country will have 700,000 fighting men in the field. Then the call to the colors under the Universal Liability to Service Bill will bring an additional 500,000 men, apportioned among the various States. Mobilization of the naval militia and naval reserve is the only big move that remains to be made for the JNavy Department in tin njr SiSi NOTl oL V35 m 1917.1 preparation for war. Thirty prominent young women of Louisville began rifle practice to acquaint themselves with the use of arm3 and secure mark-men- 's aim so that they may be prepared for service if needed in the coming German war.' The movement is fostered by the local branch of the National League for Woman Service, and the classes will be conducted eachafternoon by Shelton Safe Medicine for Children. "Is ib 3! Indlgestion-nearly safe?" is the first question to Insomia. always disturbs sleep more or less, and is often the tha cause of insomia. Eat a light supper with little if any meat, and no milk; also take one of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately after supper, and see if you do nob rest much better. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. be considered when buying'cough medChamberlain's icine for children. Cough Remedy has long been a favorite with mothers of young children as it contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given a child as confidently as to an adult. Ib Is pleasant to take, too", which is of great immust be portance when given to young children This remedy ia most effectual in relieving coughs, colds and croup. Obtainable Adv. at Paull Drug Co. &SSA& 1 CHiCAra to-so- r I Cheap and big canBakingPowdersdonot savevonmoney. Calametdoes it sPnre milk and soda. and far superior Senator Lodge knocked down a peace advocate in the cipitol for calling him a coward!--- ( f THE ADI AR( COUNTYSNE W5 ventr war for- Germany is ajready Rejoice Over the Stand of carrying on war againstus and will continue to cary on war until this murderous submarine 55511 Open Columbia Monday 11,, campaign is strangled by the Paris, April 4. "It is a red letter day for us," was Premier might of civilized sea power. ; ' 1917 for Robit's comment on President New York World. R. Wilson's speech.? In conversaHe is Only a Printer. tion with his friends the Premier , IT WILL BE A BIG DRAWING CARD. expressed the deep joy felt by V is only a printer." Such everybody in France over the . "He This celebrated Stallion will make the season First Day: The IMPERIAL KUSS1AN UAHTET will give the fall was the sneering remark of a entry into the conflict of the at Mr. R. H. Price's barn, near Columbia. afternoon program and the prelude afc night. This organization appears in leader in a circle ot aristocracy-codfis- h great American democracy.. full Eussian military costume, of which the scarlet jackets are a brilliant There is not a better bred animal in Kentucky. quality says a writer in The official text of. the Presfeature. Their programs cover a wide range of music, including the wild He was sired by Rex Peavine, a horse with a Eussian dances, the exquisite inspiring arias of the Old Masters and al- the Centdry Magazine. Who ident's speech has not yet reach so man popular numbers One particularly pleasing part of their program is record, known to all stock men. Red Raven the rendition of the beautiful Eussian folk songs, accompanied by the haunt- was the Earl of Stanhope? He ed Paris, so no official declarais a perfect beauty, the image of his sire. He ing Russian balalikas. was only a printer. What were tion in regard to it "has-beewill serve for $10.00. He is 16Jiands high, DE. LUCIAN EDGAR FOLLANSBEE, a man of the Col. Bain type, Prince William and made by the government. A Edward will lecture at night. For years he has been on the platform and resently andliis disposition is perfect. completed his 1600th lecture under the auspices of a single Bureau. He not Prince Napoleon? Proud to call statement will, however," - be At the same place Mr. Price will have a fine only pleases his audience and touches chords of human interest, but he arous- themselves printers. The czar made in the Chamber of Depes new enthusiasm in the community, in the town and in the Jack, perfect in form, and will stand for $6. 00. of fight living. Dr. Follansbee lectured with great success over our Western of Russia, the crown prince of uties on Thursday, if the AmerIn both cases Mr. Price insures living colts. Russia and the Duke of Batten-ber- g ican C ingress has taken action Circuit last year. Second Day: The LORENZ ANDERSON NOVEGTY ENTERTAINwere printers, and the em- at that time. ERS will give preludes both in the afternoon and evening. Their program is one of great variety and attractiveness They will use the harp, saxaphone, peror of China worked in a priStates Ambassador United violin, piano, Clarinet and other instruments, as well as give vocal selections, vate private printing office al- Sharp called at the Foreign-Officnovelty numbers and humorous sketches. last night and was reEDWAED ELLIOTT, famous as an actor and interpreter of literature, most every day. William CaxEVERYTHING IN will give Charles Klein's gripping play "The Lion and the Mouse" in the af- ton, the father of English litera- ceived by Premier Ribot and ternoon. Mr. Elliott has arranged this play into a concise story told by the ture, was a practical printer. Jules Cambon, Secretary Gener characters who are acted out by him and made real liviDg people and the What were J. P. Morris, N. P. al of the Foreign Office. whole drama is portrajed in a wonderfully vivid and artistic manner. STANLEY L. KREBS, a man of magnetic presence ahd eloquence, will Willis, James Parker, Horace Although to a certain extent give his great lecture "Two Snakes in EJen," which Is a popular scientific Greeley, Charles Dickens, Ben- discounted, President Wilson's and practical discussion of humanaiature as it is met with in business, professional and social life. This lecture Is not only entertaining, but it is a jamin Franklin, James Buchan- address to Congress has made an practical help to any man engaged in any form of business. It has been de- an, Simon Cameron, Schuyler enormous impression in France. livered agajn and again before great gatherings of business men all over as well as at the largest Chatauqua Assemblies in the United Colfax? Printers all, and prac- The numerous vague and someAmerica, Also Ellwood and American Fence. States. Mr. Kreb's remarkable command of language, his powers of analysis, tical ones, Mark Twain, Amos J. times contradictory forecasts logic of his reasoning, the scope of his learning and his keen and trenchthe ant wit, have made him one of the foremost men on the American platform. Cummings, Bret Harte, William and rumors as to its probable Third Day: ANGELO VITALE AND HIS CONCERT' BAND will give Dean Howells, Joel Chandler contents, published continuously the full afternoon and evening program This is the most successful band Harris and Opie Read were plain during the past few weeks, had that we have ever used, Two years ago it appeared for the first time over CO. practical printers, as were Arte-mu- s served more than anything' else our Eastern Circuit, and the requests for its return were almost unanimous. Incorporated It, was impossible for us to comply with these requests last season, however, Ward, Petroleum V. Nasby to sharpen expectation. Conse- 116 Eaat Matfcet Mreei Between first and Brooh but we are bringing it back greater than ever for the coming summer, and Senator quently the message itself came have added to it as a special feature, TORCOM BEZAZIAN, the great Rus- and Sut Lovingwood, Louisville, Ky. sian baritone, who was one of the star attractions over our New York Circuit Plumb, of Kansas, and James J. almost with the force of novelty, Mr. Bezazian wears the costume of the Russian peaslast summer. Hogg, of Texas, and the ioy of the press is un ant. .Master Yitale is a rare genius, found only once in a generation and his were both printers, and the lead- bounded. o work has astounded musical critics every where., Besides having wonderful er of science and philosophy in message fulfills the widest The ability as a leader, he is an artist on the cornet and a capable composer. One of the interesting features of the band's program will be "The Anvil Chorus" his day made it his boast that he hopes of France. The front pasaccompanied by novel electrical effects. was a "jour' printer. In fact, sages of the principal newspaper Fourth Day: The full afternoon program and the prelude at night will thousands of the most brilliant organs are entirely given up. to be given by the THERESA SHEEHAN CONCERT CO , composed of Miss Shehan, reader: Miss DesJardins, violinist, and Mr Frank Grover, soloist and minds in this country are to be it, and portraits and eulogistic crayon artist. Miss Sheehan is a remarkably talented reader and there is a found in large cities and towns. pen pictures of President Wilson sparkling freshness about her work that can be found in few people on the It is not every one that can be a are published under such head platform. Many of her numbers such as "The Sinking of the Titanic" were printer brans . are absolutely written specially for herand are given by no other readers on the platform. ings as "A Great Citizen.'r At night DENTON C. CROWL, the "Sam Jones" man, will give his necessary. 'I ' 'President Wilson's message, " lecture, "A Medley of Philosophy, Facts and Fun " On the death of Sam Jones, Mr. Crowl was given the exclusive right to use his Jectures. Mr. says the Matin, "is a logical seFrench Efficiency. Crowl has taken the privilege of keeping these messages alive and up to date, quence of the attitude he has Has been the ruin ot as many Eyes as any one thing. and while he retains the same vocabulary as Sam Jones, he handles the probof NOW in the same manner that Sara Jones would handle them were There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at lems firmly for more than We have long been taught to maintained first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few he alive. In all the beauty of his imagery, in all the rugged virility of his days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever anye defect laDguage, and in all the homeliness of his fun and "philosophy, Mr. Crowl believe that efficiency is but a two years. It will cause a proat all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPmakes Sam Jones live again. in the world." found sensation TOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save . Fifth Day; The afternoon prelude and the full night program will be synonym for Germany, but, AMERICA'S PURPOSE. yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. given by the MENDELSSOHN SEXTETTE, one of Louis O. Runner's r viewing the economic wonders The Petit Parisien says: singing orchestras. They will have vocal, Instrumental and literary seBRYANT & SHIVELY, lections in endless profusion. A half dozen striking changes of costume will accomplished by France since "America enters the struggle Jewelers and Optometrists add a touch of brilliancy to their appea'rance at night and make a v fitting setCampbellsville, Ky. the beginning of the war, it not in order to satisfy territorial ting for the grand climax of the Chautauqua In the afternoon former Governor CHESTER n ALDRICH of Nebras- seems that; the French have beat appetite, but to defend the ka, a strong, vigorous orator,-wispeak on the subject, "The Challenge of rights of humanity. Her recogAmerica," which deals with our foreign relations, and there is no question of the Germans at their own game. positive disinterestedgreater importance before th& American people to day. Gov Aldrich Is one It is not alone even chiefly, in nized and ,of the representatives of the line of stalwart, fighting executives that have ness accentuates and makes clear helped build the vigorous West of and his message will partake of the the perfection of her military hardihood of the sturdy pioneers, whose memory is an inspiration to the"men machine that Frenchmen have the character of the war which of the present. all the democracies henceforth In addition to the above program a special feature of the Chatauqua this manifested a marvelous talent associated are making upon imyear will be the JUNIOR CHAUTAUQUA for the boys aud girls for organization and the elimiperialism and despotism." nation of waste, but rather in In the Figaro .Alfred Capus 17 A Form of Moral Treason. of free speech for. more than the development and conserva-tio- n says: JT' thirty years. But this is a time of natural resoures. "This memorable date marks VtiZ UNIVERSAL CAR . vThe decision as to war or peace for all Americans to think about Robbed of half of her coal sup- the moment when the whole Everywhere Ford cars are building small business into "Big-.gbetween the United States and their duties as well as their r meanworld realizes of her iron Business." Whatever your transportation cost may be the Germany has been made. Jt rights. The debate is closed, plies; ing of the war of 1914 and the Ford will lessen it with a greater measure of usefulness. It .was. not made by the United and it was closed by Germany. and steel manufacturing plants impossibility of living freely on multiplies salesmen wherever they travel, and costs about two of her iron ore States Government, but by the The only question before Con- and nine-tentan earth with a powerful, armed cents a mile to operate and maintain. With more than 1,750,-00- 0 gress and the country is whether by the Teuton invasion, France German' Government. In the Fords in active daily service you don'r experiment with MGermany. It will be a glory to we shall defend the faith and was in a circumstances, any peace propa-gajidFord value. a bad way industrially the United States of America to the integrity of the Nation by is in the interest of GerSedan is $645, Runabout $345, Touring Car when the war was just begin-nin- have embodied a universal senti-men- t, casting our lot with the many and against the interest of $360, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595 all f. o. b. and forsaking the role of or Europe in their strugthe United States. Detroit. Order now. France has" taken .what was spectator, to have entered, the gle against autocracy, or whethWhat is called .a peace, propa- -. struggle to free the peoples of er shall make ourselves the moral left to her of her coal 'and iron Columbia, Ky. Sandusky Bros. Agts., ganda is of necessity a the world from the continued ally of German militarism by industry and has so conserved propaganda, because Ger-- , menace which a nation grown submitting to the crimes that and developed it as to not sup many is already waging war monstrous has imposed upon Germany is deliberately commit- ply her own requirements but against the United States, The them. President Wilson will also be able to giver to her Allies - pacifists who advocate peace are ting against us. honor with his country nearly a quarter of her total out- share the in reality- advocating Pacifist agitation can embarrand will leave his name put in arms and amtnunition. for the benefit of German ass" the President. .this magnificent pa'ge It can Arkansas Gazette. militarism. They are demand- strengthen the German conspirof history." ing that the United States not acy. It can give new courage Spring. In the Socialist newspaper M. Bracke, deputy for only surrender its rights and its to the German sympathizers in Spring Is looked upon by many as honor hut abdicate its sovereign- Congress. It can aid Berlin in the most delightful season of the year, the Seine, writes: "The message has been. read, ity in order to permit to German its plots to divide the American bufthis'cannot be said of the rheuautocracy fo dictate the law of people. It can criple the defen- matic. The cold and damp weather by President Wilson and a decis brings on rheumatic pains which are by the Amer sive power of the United States anything but pleasant. They can be ion is now certain 'nations. - Congress which will give icanrelieved, c 'Che World believes -Jm free Government. But it can have berlaln's however, by applying Chant the" final touches to bring out the Liniment. Obtainable at ' jpaech and has fought the battle no other result, It cannot pre- - Taull Drug Co. Adv. true character of the world war." - 'S- - j" THE CHATAUQUA. . EX vi tics. J RED RAVEN at Full Program June the Wek. Registered Chestnut Sorrel Stallion, Ownedby H. Price, Recently Brought to Adair. fan-tast- io n whole-proble- m R. H. PRICE. e -- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. At-nlg- ht or PUTTING IT OFF t t : pop-ula- ll to-da- r ImcC er the-deepe- three-quarte- rs hs g. demo-craci- es -- pro-Ger-Sm- an - non-resistan- ce don -- Hu-mani- te, Advertise Your Stock Now. y r- - s ' "r . syy"""" JPHENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Ahl permanently located inCo rlumbia. AH ; , - - . 8B8 ABA15 fioumfir CM. nr.. !te8 jw- JP-- -- t-sv- "Cr- m i. i'35?a-- : -- 'm all the material neca plarit-wit- h essary to operate sucde3sf ully. Somerset Journal. We Lift Why Wilson Refused Pardon f iiniT'run inTmrwni iitfftTM ggSS r--r t. ,zx : - . s,: ..'-. ..e,.-.v--- v - : Timer?' Z J AT ; yIlX--gg;OT- -J 7"wess ' "" '??" "? t wmmmmmmnfflnnfflfflffl. Here is a Sdod Mate to Stop for Littfe Money the Gage. President Wilson has written Mrs. Anthony Caminetti the reasons why he could not pardon hervson, F. Drew Caminetti, convicted at San Francisco of violating the Mann white slave law. The President's letter to Mrs Caminetti was as follows: "It tears my heart to have to say to you that I cannot see my way clear to pardon your son. If I follow the dictates of my heart or allowed myself to be influenced by my genuine friendship for yourself and your I would of course .do it; but in matters of this sort it seems to be my imperative duty to leave personal feelings and connections out of the question entirely and look at the matter from the public point of view with regard to the influence have upon other "When I look at the case of your son from this point of view it seems to me clearly my duty a pardon. to with-hol- d "My heart goes out to you in genuine sympathy, my dear Mrs. Caminetti, and I cannot tell you what it costs me to write you this, but I'm sure that you will understand that I am. moved entirely by a sense of imperative hus-band, c-e- .M.futt G.FLReed LOUISVILLE HOTEL & With the highest nobility of utterance, the President accepts Shoe Store the ponderous responsibility of war with Germany. It is a tragUiWence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS P ical step, declares the President; DR. N. MURRELL and with him the whole world agrees. But it is a "step which must be taken lest the nation's DENTIST Office. Front rooms "in Jeffries BTd'g honor degenerate. It is a step to be taRen not merely in behalf of up Stairs. - Kentucky the honor and rights of the Columbia, American people, but in support of the claims of Democracy upon Office: Russell Bldg. republic. The the- greatest Res. Phone No. I. solemnity of the occasion imM. D. presses the whole people; and yet the spiritual atmosphere is NoKy. Columbia, wonderfully cleared body sees in war any poetry or Will Answer All Calls. conception glory. The worn-ol- d of "pomp and circumstance" is WELL DRILLER cast into the dustbeap; and the American Nation goes forth to I will drill wells in Adair an war as gravely as did the iron adjoining counties. See me be Latest im- regiments of Cromwell. fore contracting. But if the nation goes forth to proved machinery of all kinds. war with grim set lips and stern Give Pump Repairing Done. cheeks of resolution, lacking all me a Call. those trappings and symbols of joyous abandon attributed to I. C. YATES warriors of old, so much the worse for the Germans. This duty." war as the whole world may see is not of our seeking. SubDr. lime patience has marked the 3STTIST President's whole dealings with OVER PATJLL DRUG CO. the Hohenzollern. The nation I , Classes of Dental work done. Crow dge and Inlay work a Specially, All Work Guaranteed - Louisville, Kentucky. Main. Street Beetween 6 7th Office over G. W. Lowe's TUTT & REED ESTATE DEAIiERS ' Offer the following Property for TtTHAT. J. Sale: FARM-LAND 140 acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good .- - James Taylor, to-da- y. neighborhood. Price 34,500.00, one-ha- lf THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. cash, the bajance on easy terms This farm lies 4 miles S. E. of CoEUROPEAN FliAJST CXNTjY lumbia, Ky. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 andup- Booms With Private Bath, S1.50 up. FARM The Louisville Hotel and'the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a 's walk to the retail district and theaters. Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns LouisvillelHoteland Old Inn Company, Props. and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price 86,500. FARM v Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river,. 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river uuder construction. bottom. Good "dwelling,- - barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price three-block. The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on the American and European Flan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. (With Meals) TSRooms Single, $2 00 per day; 2 people, 12 CO each " 50 " 2 50 " " 2people. 2 25 " 50 Front Rooms " 2peopU 2 50 " Single 3 CO RoomsIWlth Private Bath: , 50Rooms Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " 50Rooms Single 3 60 per day; 2 people. 3 00 ' EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Dot and Cold Running Water. (Without Meals) 75Rooms Single. $1 00 per day; 2 people ?0 75 each 50 Rooms Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each ..Single. 1 60 per day; 2 people 125 each 60FrontRooms Rooms with Private Bath: 50 Rooms Single. 1 SO per day; 2 people 125 each 60 Room3 Single, 2 00 per day: 2 people 150 each 85,000. James Tripiett Spring Colds Are the Worst Columbia, Ky. RE8 PHONE SO. office: puonm has restrained it's resentment, there has been no jingoism. All have hoped to avoid war, if so be L,. PL Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones it could be avoided with honor. We have composed differences as Special attention given . Domestic Animals avail. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Therefore the President of the Jamestown road. United States, with a moral cour- bitter as ever stood between civDiseases of all ilization and barbarism, but to no your digestion and lessen your activity. Neglected they soon become that dread disease known as systemic catarrh. Don't neglect them. It's costly as well as dangerous. They lead to catarrh and pneumonia. Tiiey weaken the entire system and leave it unable to resist the sudden changes. They interfere with PERUNA Will Safeguard You Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. Paper Mill. Several local parties have been securing date, with the idea of locating a factory to manufacture pulp. It is said there is enough spruce pine, hemlock 'and poplar in this section of Kentucky and eastern Tennessee to operate a mill very successfully. There is said to be one boundary of 25,000 acres with enough spruce to supply a mill for years. The parties interested took the matter up the Government and learned .that of the wood consumed in this country annually for the manufacture of pulp, about 57 per cent is spruce. 14 per cent., is hemlock, 9 per cent poplar and 7 per cent, of various kinds of wood waste. This 7 per centM probably includes the long leaf pine used by the various mills thruout the southern states which are manufacturing sulphate pulp. The department also stated pulp and that the smallest-sizepaper mill which can operate successfully is one having a capacity of 25 tons of paper a day. A mill of this size equipped - to manufacture ceemical pulp' and convent it into paper would probably cost ifTthe Jieigliborhood of d $400,000.00. The local men who have taken this matter up will try and get in touch with some moneyed men East with a view ox get: is them interested. There enough raw material in Ken- tucky and Tennessee" to Ornish of-th- e . Have a box of Peruna Tabage perfected by months and lets with you for the sudden, cold or exposure. --Tone your sys years of restraint and earnest tem up with a regular course of the liquid Peruna, fortify it against seeking for justice and right colds, get your digestion up to norwithout the shedding of more inmal, take care of yourself, and avoid danger. If you are suffering now benocent blood, lifts the gage of gin the treatment at once. Give Nature the help she needs to throw battle thrown down by a bloodoff the catarrhal inflammation, and atfain become well. thirsty barbarian; and calls to Peruna has been helping people for 44 years. Thousands of homes his side the manhood of the Narely on it for coughs, cold and indition and its resources of treasgestion. It's a good tonic for the well. ure, that the United States may ne Peruna Company, go to the forefront of battle to Ohio take its proper place upon the side of human liberty and human When the pricea of potatoes decency. Well the President first advanced Henry Clay, ownknows what the reply to his call er of a small grocery that cawill be. Long ere this the man- tered to the working people of hood and the treasure of the na- New York, sold put at auction tion have been his for the as- and invested the money entirely kingthe world will see "how in rice. The latter befng more quickly democracy will fight to nutritious than potatoes and defend democracy's ideals, all costing much less, soon came inother means having been denied to great demand. In three by the Prussian madman. weeks Clay disposed of his enThe Congress received the tire stock at a net profit of over President's noble address with $5,000. tumultuous applause; and will The Kentucky Legislature is debate the Flood resolution, There is no question that not expected to adjourn before the requests of the President for April 25th, which will complete various forms of action will be4 an extra'session of sixty days. granted quickly. They cannot Members of the Polish Alliance be granted too quickly. There in this g 48, 000 is little room for debate; and have offered their Bervice to the these questions should be passed United States in case of war. upon in as simple a manner as On Sunday a tornado swept possible. Too much oratory at the moment would merely dam- Memphis entailing -- a loss of age the country's position; and 200,000 and causing the death could not possibly do good. espite of two persons. the great opportunity for The eight hour Adamson law empty shouting of .patriotic platitudes at the country's expense was put into e,ffect on the IlliThe Congress should act with nois Central Railroad. celerity, expressing in action The steamer, St. Paul, was much more vividly than in in words, their loyalty and energy driven ashore nearEransville by a heavy wind with J,700. passenin the country's- - behalf; ville Times. gers aboard. -'- . TOWN PROPERTY Nine room, two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res dence streets in Columbia, near the square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain. Price on application. 115 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columbia. Price ?1,000. (Bargain) House and Lot: House with six rooms, good out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limifs. Price $850. House with 9 rooms just out of town two shops, all buildings good, com parti vely new. Price 31,900. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. Price 8600.00. 8800 for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and-i- worth the money asked. $1,500 for 58i acres of laud lying 2 miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, near the Glasgow road, new 5 room box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber, i cash the balance on time to suit purchaser 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barn?, 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. s Fqo, rs w -- Woodwork Furniture mmmr- Here Is the cleansing and beautifying agent universal Hannah LuStTCMFirTiSh Everybody, everywhere has some need or other for Hanna's Lustro-Finisand best of all everybody can use it. Child, man or woman, all alike, can soon learn how to apply this superior finish to things about the house and make them beautiful and new. h, Soldlby HBB USsshs 'ifirtMlii' The Jeffries Hardware. Store, Columbia, Kentucky. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel" like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish-eve- ry rl ing of 209 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres m cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 41 miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson creek. Price 83,000. 124 acre farm, 2 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 $800 worth of FArm ik Taylor county Consist- suffering woman would give timber. Price $2,800. 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price $1,200. 33 acres 11 miles from Columbia. 7 acres first-clasbottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house, well- - w . tered. Price $830. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, 1 acre Jots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, tfest of Graded School. Price $1,200 eacn. s The Woman's Tonic a trial. ut ARDUI - I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in hying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. to-da- y -- House and lot on Fair Ground Street with six rooms, good well and Outbuildings, all new, house wired for lights-Pric- e 31,150. J! jf Get a Bottle Today! , ayi Bjk KSJgLxagi r itK"mLJMLBL country-numberin- -D- timber land near Taylor county line, 3 miles Tvesb of Knifley,2? miles from pike from Knifley to Campbellsville. Price 8650. you want to buy or sell it will pay you to do business with us, we are selling some and pleasingbuyer and sell-e- n We also (for private reasons) have .other valuable property that jye hay.e not advertised bub will sell. Desirable dwelling house and 'eleven acres "of and ninety land in the town of Columbia, good outbuildings and a small tenant house, good orchard and well watered. $3,000, 65J acres It V. " -- J. - Hughes & Sons Go. " Incorporated i ' LousviHe, Kentucky. "WHOLESitE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Writefo? our Catalog one-hundred- COLUMBIA, KT5T, Louis- iuumiimmuiiuuiuuiimum The Adair County News $K00 h i IK 'iisi v-- " K s TflE..ADAlft -i- M; -- XVt. v rr "y'H-'if'rWJi-"'- r"W "" S k . r Plenty of cold, damp weather this din's, Jthence with Wither's lineS 40 E 46 poles to a stake in TTither's line week. thence S 50 W 2 poles to a white oak Miss Daisy Keltner visited her relthence S 31$ E 40 poles to two hick- atives at Pyrus a few days of last ' ories thence S 71 E 28 poles to a slip- week. x pery elm thence S 17 E 151 poles S Robert Wethington spent a few 13J E 9 poles S 10 W 8 poles to an iron days with relatives, at Clementsville, Lwood thence S 73 E 151 poles to two last week. Albert Burton. small black oaks thence S 131 E 114 An Appeal to Colored Citizens. Roy 'Walker, of Nell, and Frank poles to a white oak, corner to Wal Get Ready for Business. ters, thence S 11 poles W 74 poles to a Furkin and son, of Weed, spent last The signer of the following address stake in said Hardin's line, thence Friday in Columbia on business. is a colored man and it appeared in with his line N 32 W 212 poles to two Uncle Charlie Yates has the finest Right now in our own county there the Louisville Postjasb Thursday: post oaks on a ridge thence N 19 E mule colt in this section. He knows are fully 1000 young people who would Dear Brother of My Race: ' This is 144 poles to the beginning containing exactly how to put the finlshlgg touch be glad to improve their financial con- your home, your country. d on them too. survey. dition, and who could do it in less It is yours by both "birth" and herit- 110 acres by than twelve months, if they would age. You, my dear brother, are the Third Tract." This tract contains 37 Strong Hill, Amos Keltner "and take a good business course in such an real pioneer citizen of these dear old acres by survey and is the same tract Judge N. H. Moss were in Columbia, of land patented in the name of Wm. attending Fiscal court, the first of institution as the Bowling Green United States. J. Winfrey, Oct., 0th, 1887, and re- the week. JBuslness University, at Bowling TTiis country faces the greatest cricorded in book 109 at page 232 Land Joel Kodgers spent a day or so at. Green, Ky. sis in its history. Is there a'heart Office, Frankfort, Ky. Roachville, the first of the week,' despise the among us so itmoble as to Attention. flag under which we were born? Is ' This land has been resurveyed under looking after .his farming Interest. there a tongue so slanderous as to the order of the undersigned trustee E W. Shirley, of the Milltown comand has been divided into seven tracts munity, sold, last week, a very valuAll parties owing us due notes and curse the land over which the banner consisting of approximately 103 acres able peacock mare to uncle Charlie government floats? accounts will please call and settle of his Though our grandfathers were but with the exception of lot No , 3 which Yates, of our town, for 175. same, as we have sold our Mill and contains the home farm. The survey are going out of the Milling business, aliens, and our fathers slaves, we, and plat of said seven lots are filed The few days only of dry weather we earnestly desires to collect all their offspring, are free citizens of with, and may btrexamined, by apply- we had last week, some of our citizens memgot their potatoes, peas and few othmonies due us at once. We also wish this country and constitutional bers of its commonwealtli by a birth- ing to said Trustee. The land will be er things planted in their gardens, to state to all parties who have wheat offered first by lot in the seven lots, notwitnstanaing tne ground was a on deposit in our mill and wish to set- right nothing can alter. sub- and then the entire boundary offered little damp. tle in full with us, should call before Lift high your head in. pride with reveren- witli leave to the1 trustee to accept Jo Hunter sold, last week, a nice the first of Mas for their flour and lime; sing "America" your loyalty by that bid most advantageous to the esbunch of hogs to G. E, Nell at 10J cts bran, otherwise the new firm of Myers tial patriotism; prove ' tate. per pound., & Barger will be the ones to whom offering ycur service in defense of the The sale will be upon a credit of you will have to look to settle; as we honor of the government over which Dr L C. Nell, wife and. son spent you are six and twelve months with interest will turn over to them a sufficient floats the flag under which one day last week in Columbia, calling day of Possession of said amount of wheat tolsettle all balances born. Then my dear brother, you will from can sale upon lands be had the approval of on their relatives and friends. due, and upon so doing our responsi convince as well as warn the entire There has been several good mule world, that he who tramples upon the the sale by the Referee in Bankruptcy. bility In the matter will cease. States-- , of im- Thevpurchaser or purchasers will be colts died in this section this spring. honor of these United Stevenson. & Sandusky. T. W. Dowell sent over to his farm, poses upon its citizens with indigni- required to execute bond payable to b does so at his peril and brings the Trustee with good and approve'd near Camp Knox, one day this week, ties, twenty extra fine yqung cattle. Mr. down upon his head the, pangs of a security. Hundred Million Emergency War punitive blow They have merely to W. C. Cundiff, Trustee Dowell says he had witnessess to in James A. Winfrey, Bankrupt. spect this bunch of cattle, and if any Fund is passed by the Senate. consult history to be convinced of the should stray off or otherwise get mismight with which the colored man is by nature quaiified to strike in de- Statement of the Ownership, Man- placed they could be" easily identified. Washington, April 6. Appropri- fense of his country and his flag. Ed C Yates, of Bowling Green, who agement, Circulation etc., ation of $100,000,000 for an emergency Bud Graham. was reared in this community and is war fund to be used at the President's by the Act of August one of our boys who has a nice posidiscretion, similar to the 50,000,000 U. S. DISTRICT COURT, WESTtion in one of the largest and best hofund given President McKlnley for ERN DISTRICT OP KENTUCKY. 24, 1912. tels of his city, has never forgotten prosecuting the Spanish war, was at the training of his good old father by the Senate Appro tached y In the matter of Of The Adair County News publish- Mr. C. C. Yates, who is reaping his priations Committee to the general James A Winfrey, ) Notice of Sale. ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Apr. reward for the many good deeds that deficiency bill. Bankrupt ) he did while in the flesh, and one of The Appropriations Committee also Pursuant to an order of the Courc 1, 1917. the main things was to learn all of increased the Department of Justice in the above styled action, 1 will on State of Kentucky, ab County of Adair. f children to donate liberally to the funds for the prosecution of crime and Thursday, April 26, 1917, between the Before me, a Notary Public, in and support of the gospel and vote the also that of the secret service. hours of ten a. m., and three o'clock, for the State and county aforesaid, Democratic ticket, and if there has The 3100,000,000 given the President p. m., at the residence upon the premis "for the national security and de ises upon the farm and land of James personally appeared C. S. Harris, who, been known to depart from this we fense and for each and every purpose1 A. Winfrey, on Damron's Creek, in having been duly sworn according to have never heard of it. Ed, just a uncle Charlie 5.00 and is to be expended "at the discre- - I Adair County, Kentucky, sell at pub law, deposes and says that he isv the few days ago-seEditor, publisher and business mana- to pay their preacherat this place, as ' tion ofjthe President," is made avail lie outcry to the highest and bast bidable at once and to remain available der the following described real estate ger of the Adair County News and he annually does. is, to the best of unti December 31, 1917. in Adair County, Kentucky, on the that the fallowing his knowledge and belief, a Ozark. The bill now carries a total of 164,- - waters of Damron's Creek, and furof the ownership, management, 853,000. ther described as follows, etc., of the aforesaid publication for Farmersare farther behind with Eirst Tract. Bounded as follows the date shown in the above caption, their work than usual at this time of Will Probated. beginning at a stone on the west side required by the act of August 24, 1912, year. of Damron's Creek, corner to the lands embodied in section 443, Postal Laws Wheat seems .to be coming out conThe Will of Mrs. Sarah Bradshaw of R. C. Neal, thence running with and Regulations, sidering the few warm days. For was probated in the Adair County said Neal's line S 63 W 122 poles to a "i. That the name and address of awhile it looked like tlie hard freezes Court last "Wednesday. She be- large and small stone on point, corner the publisher, editor, managing edi- had almost killed it. queathed to her niece, Mrs. J. F. to said, Neal, thence with his line S 701 tor, and business manager is: Bro. Piercy filled his appointment Claycomb, her home and its contents W 23 poles to 4 small chestnuts, corNAME OF P. O. ADDRESS at Clear Spring last Sunday. We are ner to same, thence with another line in Columbia, Ky. glad he has been restored to health. S 89 W 97 poles to a down Pub. The Adair CountyNews Co. Her other property she disposed of thereof, Columbia, Ky. The Sunday Schools, at Shiloh and as follows: One-hal- f of che residue of oak, corner to said Neul and Charles Editor, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. Clear Springs are in a prosperous conher property she devised to the Amer- Jones, of color, thence with said Jones' Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris " " dition. It is a joy to see the interest ican Sunday School Union estab- line S 71 W 80 poles to a hickory bush, Bus. Mgr. G. S. " " the people of our community take in Harris corner to said Jones and also John A. lished in the city of Philadelphia, 2. That the owners are: (Give the study of the Bible. All children Chilson, thence with said Chilson line, Pa, To Lilla Claycomb, Edward L. names and Lester, Jas. A. Lester, Leona E. S 43 E 172 poles to a white oak, corner owners, or, addresses of individual should attend Sunday school. It is a if a corporation, give stepping stone into the Kingdom of Person and Sallie M. Ellison, each, to said Chilson, and 142 acre survey, titence with a line of 142 acre survey, its name and the names and addresses God. she wills, devises and bequeaths of stockholders owning or holding 1 one fourteenth of said residue; and to including same S 491 W 92 poles to Aunt Sytha Conover, the oldest laper cent, or more of total amount of dy in our community, and has been the Louisville Safety Vault and Trust two chestnut oaks on high point, stock.) Company as trustee for the person and thence N 89 W 42 poles crossing Tins-lebed ridden for two years, is very low branch to a small hickory thence The Adair County News Co. f persons hereinafter mentioned. The at this writing. N 631 E 80 poles to a white oak thence C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. remainder of the property is given to June Montgomery "is quite sick. Columbia, Ky N 9 E 200 poles to an ash, thence N W. E. Harris, -- different ojies, relatives of herself and .Albert Bryant purchased of Columbia, Ky. her late husband. A certain income 63 W 30 poles to a stake corner of a Mrs. C. S. Harris, Scholl, a fine saddle mare. goes to the pastor of the Presbyterian 100 acre survey, thence with a line of 3. That the known bondholders, Albert Bryant left for the LouisChurch, ofColumbia, Ky., when the said survey running N 39 E 110 poles mortgagees and other security holdincome is due provided there be a pas- to a down chestnut oak on top of knob, ers, owning-o-r .holding 1 per cent., or ville market this morning. corner of 200 acre survey, including more of total amount of bonds, mortBuford Bailey, Jo Wilson and Tom tor. Grider left for Illinois this morning. The estate is estimated to we worth same, N 64 E about 143 polesv crossing gages or other securities are: Damron's Creek to a small sweet gum (If there are none so state.) None. twenty thousand dollars. Miss Bonn ieWol ford is spending a corner of said tract 0! land, thence Judge Eollin Hurt and Mr. E. H. few days with her brother, Meldrom 4. That the two paragraphs next Hughes were named as executors of with a line of small survey. S 55 E 101 Scholl, and family. poles to a small white oak at the above, giving the names of the ownthe will. Roma Hayse, who has pneumonia, mouth of small branch, thence N 61 ers, shockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of is better. Mr. Hays does not improve E 36 poles to a small hickory in old Geo. R. Holt. has been in bad health line, thence with old line, S 43 E 511 stockholders and security holders as much. He they appear upon the books of the some time. poles to a s'potted oak, corner of the There are but few men who watches lands of J. T. Withers and also corner company, but also, in cases where the Misses Beatrice and Katherine m his business more closely than the to S 66 acres survey running S 221 stockholder or security holder appears White spnt Sunday with Miss Bonsubject of this writing. He has been E 105 poles to an elm corner to said J. upon the books of the company as nie Wolford. the district manager ot the Singer T. Withers, thence with another line trustee or in any other fiduciary reMr. and Mrs. J. D, White visited at Sewing Machine Company for some- thereof,N 63 E 80 poles to a chestnut lation, the name of the person or cor- Mr. Meldrom Scholl's Sunday. thing like twenty-fiv- e years, and ' has oak and hickory on top of a high poration for whom such trustee is actMisses Lula and Mand Bryant were been instrumental in selling thous- ridge thencd N 22 W 10 poles to a ing, is given: also that the said two guests of Mrs W. G. Roy, one day ands of machines. He makes it a chestnut oak and' corner to 50 acre paragraphs contain statements em- last week. -- point to secure as good men as possisurvey, thence with line of same N 17 bracing affiant's full knowledge and Mrs. W. J.'GabberC, who was quite ble for field work, and he stays at his W 112 poles to a white oak, thence S belief as to the circumstances and consick for several weeksr has recovered. general office In Campbellsville, and in 77 W 8 poles to a post oak and corner ditions under which stockholders and it you most generally find some one to a 128 acre survey, thence with a security holders who do not appear up$ Mrs J. W. Morris is very low. Her ' to buy a machine. Mr. line and including same, running N on the books of the company as trus- son, Bay Smith, and her step son, v who wants Holt is a very polite gentlenian, and. 61 E Q2 pole3 to a small black oak in tees, hold stock and securities in a Henry Morris, of Louisville, arrived week to be at her bedside. "his courtesy has had'much to do with M. L. Chamber's line thence with capacity other than that of a bona last fide owner; and this affiant has no The following schoolmates took din'.his success in business. He has a said Chamber's line S 69 W 22 poles to friendly word and a warm handshake two small white oaks, corner to said reason to believe that any other per- ner with Jack Bryant last Sunday. . for every man or lady who enters his Chamber's, with said line N 22 W 55 son, association, or corporation 'has The occasion being his fourteenth I ' 'place, and in an expert manner tie poles to corner of 10 acre tract, thence any interest direct in or indirect in birthday. Misses Laura, Flora aQd demonstrates his machine, and then with a line of said tract N 49 W 62 Hattie Kearnes, Buth and jQrace the said stock, bonds, or other securi- Montgomery, Bea and Kate .White truthfully tells of its merit. poles to a stone in the original line ties than as so stated by him, ' Mr. Holt was born and reared In thence with said line S 48 W 92 poles and Maud Bryant. Messrs. Ivan Cab-bel-l, C. S. Harris, Editor and Mgr. fiusseli county, but has been away to a chestnut, corner to Chamber's Lllburn Collins, Will White, from the home of his nativity for and R. C. NeaPs lands, thence with . Sworn to and subscribed "before me' Bertram White, Phyllis and Dud Henry and Arthur Montgomery more than a quarter of a century. said Neal's line, S 33 W 28 poles to a thfs 27th day of March, 1917. -A- Before taking up his residence in down and Tim Bryant. seal: Jo S: Knifley. white oak thence with said - Ml- - Ccmpbellsville, where he has lived Neal's JIne S 63 W 6 poles crossing - Nqtary Public Adair County, Ky Miss Addie McKlnley and nephew, jpfrhaps fifteen t)r more years, he re- - Damron's Creek to the beginning. My commission expires March 8th., Lone Willis, are taking music. Miss jSl plddat Bardstown, Ky., where he Second Tract. Bounded " as fol- 1920". .- -. Irene Murrell is teaching. .1 -- conducted the same line of business in a very satisfactory manner, he Lord has been good to him. Starting Notice. with but little means, he' now owns a nice home with a good farm attached, I will on the first Tuesday in May and ajso possesses other property. Merit wins, and George started out 1917, file with the State Board of Penupon itentiary Commissioners, an applica- and that line and has been successful his friends rejoice with him. tion for parole. f LOCALS. '''' ftf' t531".-- i V- - , -- .t -. V- - .,y 1nHr ,.:xtn (Sorner Cfflm? NEWS ySiudi! maaiagfJg.-fl'?i.ir- . , .T,yfrirr-vTo-v Wither's line, In G. W. to O. A. Har- Gradyville. Red Blooded Americanism Is Coming To The f Front M 23-2- b God-blesse- f&fS&Ffm.SftS . ay AS3ViT-- mttmmvi m rms& &&i.l1R.JS rffx :sJ & S ..,?' Right now this country is calling for men of stouf hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsulled in the air. DAKOTA JACK The exigency now confronting us emphasises, as nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emenating from this office, that every body spould guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times, you ought to come to Nature's relief and take" a course of COM! - The Greatest System Builder and Spring Tonic in the World (Legally Guaranteed CEL - SAJR to Satisfy you, or Money Back) If you'll do that you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back home for the lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar for Three Boxes, legally guaranteed for the sjomach.'liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder, blood, indigestion, headache, COM-CEL-SAR rhedmatism and nervousness. $ 23-2- SCIENCE SOAP is best for Human Skin, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all pains, bruises, bums etc., 25c and 50c bottles. TA-TJILX- , DAKOTA. 3720-3- 1 DRUG CO'S., JACK-WHITE-MOO- COLUMBIA, KY. REMEDY CO. LOTJISVXrjLE, KY. X (iXCOnPORATUD ) WEST BROADWAY Re-quir- ed (t For the season of 1917 1 will offer for public service to-da- J Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. R. At $20.00 to Insure a living colt. nt true-stateme- to-wi- t: to-wi- t: , DESCRIPTION:-B- all Chief, in color 13 a rich ted chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white. 7 years old, 16 hand high, has fine head and beautiful lone slender tapering cars, has an extremely lone thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed wiUicrs in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beaUful head in which are .set a pair of Iargeclear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural y tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes aU the sails in a most attractive manner. While he has not been extremely shown, yet; he has for honors in some of the best congregations of show horses and his many winnings are proof, of his powers to meet the requirements in the best show rings. As a breeder he is in the front rank, transmitting to his get. form, size, style and manner of going that are hi3 characteristics and which make, not only the show animal, but the general utili- ty horse the horse that will always live in the fancy of men and perform the service in thatf manner that will command a fancy price. contended Mel-dro- m -- DALL CHEEP has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief fsci. by Bourbon Chief 976. by Harrison Chief 1606. he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5000. by Red Squirrel 63. 2nd dam JueUa G. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washing ton Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th dam by Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of highclass and is In every way worthy of your careful consideration. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance, at actual cost of feed. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares arc bred to other stock, traded, patted with or removed from neighborhood without my consent. All stock will receive our personal at "tention, and "due care Will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. ' C. D. Cheatham. I Phone 157 Columbia, Ky. J Insomia. Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less, and is of te the cause of insomia. Eat a light supaer with little if any meat, and no milk, also take one of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately after supper, and see if you do not rest much better. Obtainable at Faull Drug Co. Adv. TV. X j , Bo-li- n, -- m "V 1 Mrs. Mary Barger is sick this week, confined to her bed Mrs. Sallie Bryant is on the sick list. With sadness we chronicle the death 6f Mrs. Jake Bault, which occurred at her home, near Cane Talley, March 25 No better girl ever grew to womanhood in our community than she. She was a sister of B. O. and Virgil gomery, all of whom attended the Hurt and a half sister to J. Mont- -- 4