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Pile, of PERSON a candidate for the office of County home last week. Court Clerk Clerk of Adair County, subject to Hnstonville, returned the action of the Denocrat party. Primary Aug:. Mrs. Tom Holladay, who has been 4. 1917. very sick at the home of her 'father, Mr. Sam Breeding, this place, was conFor School Superintendent. veyed to her home last week, and is slowly improving. We are authorized to announce P. P. WESLEY Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMillen, Miss a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair Republican Lillian McMillen and Mr. Ira McMilCounty, subject to the action of the party. Primary first Saturday in August. len, of Versailles, spent several days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll Mrs. McMillen and Mrs Car- I am prepared- - to furnish dimension . Mrs. L. Bradley and daughter, Miss "Maud, returned from Louisville last shingles at war prices. . I will also do custom work. Located at Bryant & Thursday. Burton's mill, Celumbia, Ky. Miss Mary Breeding, who has been J. W. Richards. 27-lm Some Circuit Judges in the State are instructing, the grand Juries to indict'peraons who are not at work. In this time, the country being at war, every man must work, so say the Judges N. T. Mercer delivered 15 hogs to Phelps Bros, which brought him $450 These hogs were contracted several months ago. The same hogs on the local market would bring over 8600. to-da- y Personals. Mr. W. G Holladay and Miss Fannie Holladay will have their resident and outbuildings lighted with elecMr. Charles Walls, Lebanon, was tricity. They have purchased a here last Thursday and Friday. Mr. .A. H. Ballard, and it Mr. Jo Harris and Mr. Emmet Rig-gin- will be in operation in a very short Mrs W. S. Chapman visited her who were in schcoj. at Bowling time. " mother, at Miiltown, last week. Green, returned iiome last Wednesday The peaches of this county have not Mr. R B. Wilson, of near night. They decided to come and go was here a few days ago. upon their father's farms, raise food been damaged by the cold spell, and is Mrs. S. T Hughes, who lives near that may be needed for the soldiers of it said that the trees are lull, and that an unusually large crop will be war. Bliss, has been critically ill for sever- the gathered The prospects are also al days. good for apples, plump, strawberries, Cane seed at Casey Jones Store. Dr. J. D. Gombest and Mr. Lawson pears, etc Wilson, Russell Springs, were here Circuit court next Monday, If you Eld. W. G. Montgomery will deliver Sunday. owe The News, and will be in town, the school address for the High and Mr. Carson Faulkenburg, of "James- call and settle. Graded Schoql next Friday evening, town, traveling salesman, was here commencing at 8 o'clock. The public last Thursday. For Sale:- - lrish potatoes. is invited. Eld! Montgomery is known Moss & Chandler. was Mr. W. G. Barrett, Louisville, as a fluent speaker and a large audihere a few days since, calling upon Considerable frost here Monday ence should hear him. his customers. morning, damaging tender vegetation. Mr. J. H. Womack, of Russell Prof. Tom .Tudd, who has been teachGo to Casey Jones for Tennis shoes. Springs, was here last Saturday, en ing in Louisiana, reached home last routa. home from Lebanon. His t Friday night. brother, Loren Womack, of Humble, Mr. Harry Chllson was laid up sevOn May 20, 1894. snow fell here a accompanied him to Lebanon, and eral days of last week, one of his hips good portion of the day, the ground from that place he went to Louisgiving him trouble. being covered. ville, to enter the army. Mr. U. G. McFarland, Glasgow, I keep on hands a full stock of The Business University, at BowDeputy United States Marshal, was ling Green, Ky., is said to have 150 coffins, caskets, andjeobes. I also keep days since. here a few typewriters of modern make and mec- Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Mr. DeWitt McFarland, who lives hanism. two hearses. "We keep extra large at Montpelier, was reported dangercaskets Prompt service night or day. ously ill last Thursday. The latest things in sport skirts, Residence Phon 23, office phono 198. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Miss Madge Rosenfield is spending a slippers, shoes and men's hats at Mrs. C. M. Columbia. Ky. few weeks with her sisteJ, Murray. Albin Vernon, 111. Barnett, Mt. It comes to this office from two or and the County The Llndsey-Wiiso- n Mr. Edgar Diddle, who is a student three different sources, that the wheat in Center Colleger, Danville, spent sev- High and Graded schools will close crop of Adair county, which will be next Friday. eral days here last week. harvested next month, is much better Mr. Oscar Smith, postmaster at Mr. George Burton, who lived npar than has been reported. Persons who Jamestown, was here Saturday Purdy, died one day last week. He are holding wheat for more money is new car. home with a was seventy years old and was a vic- going to hear something drop. Mr. Scott Montgomery, who has tim of a cancer. The engagement of Miss Jessie been confined to his room for nine Owens, of Mason county, Ky., to Mr. When you come to Columbia, next weeks, is slowly improving. Monday, at the opening of circuit Paul J. Hughes, of Columbia, Ky , is Mr W. W. Owens, a prosperous city court, put the price of The News in announced from the intended bride's izeaof Longstreet, Russell county, jour pocket nd bring in to the office. home. Miss Owens is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Owens, who was here the first of the week. We need the money live ner Germantown. The wedding and his son, Jo, LebMr. Geo. A. Smith, of this .place, sold, will take place in June. anon, were hereto attend the funeral last Thursday, to R. L. Caldwell, of of their aunt, Mrs. J7 O. Russell. Mr Frank Jones, of -- Jamestown, Gradyviile, forty-nin- e hogs that who has been an invalid for several Messrs. M. and T. Beck, W. B. and brought him $999 35. years, and who has been in St AnthoE C. Jackman, Creelsbore, were at ny Hospital, Louisville, for several Ttiursday. the Hancock Hotel last Do not fail to be at the Lindsey-Wilso- n Thursday evening and Friday weeks, is improving rapidly, and reMrs. Cosby McBeath and children evening. The graduating exercises at port says he will be able to come home are visiting at the home of Mrs. in a very short time. His many parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. N. the last named date friends will be glad to see him himConover. ' self again. "Topsy Turvy" drew a large crowd Mr. Robt. J. Lyon and Mr. J. I. " The Wakefield Realty Company, of Caulk, of the Buchanan Lyon Co., to the High School Gym last Friday Campbellsville- - last night. The acting was fine and the Shelbyville, Ky., who purchased the were here from audience perfectly delighted. Fair Grounds, this place, will be here Thursday. week, and will at once commence Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Paull and Mr. The indications point to warm, this to clean off the grounds, lay off lots, Fred Hill motored to Louisville last growing weather, and there is more preparatory for a big salg, which will Sunday, where they expected to spend seed in the ground now than ever bebe pulled off sometime during the " fore known in Adair county. several days. summer. The grounds are beautiful Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walker, Mr. On and after this date, May 14, 1917, and will furnish many handsome and Mrs. Wallace Breeding, of hair cutting, shampoos, massages and building lots. came down to attend the singeing will be 25 cents at all times. A United States recruiting officer will lUUCiai Ul UilO. J. J. J.VUM51I. Walter Sullivan, v f for the purpose of reach here Asa Loy. Mrs. R. F. Rowe and Mrs. B. E. enrolling men who want to join the Bowe and daughter, Louise, went to Messrs. Tutt & Reed, the real es- army, fie will be here about -- a week. Burkesvllle, last Sunday, to attend tate firm of this place, are very relithe dedication of the new Christian able gentlemen, and have many desir- This will be the last chance to enlist church. before the draft. Now is the time to able farms and homes for sale. Hynes has accepted a Mr. Strother join if you want to serve your country. The Adair circuit court will open position with an engineering" corps Eld. Wm. Stanley and wife were in and left for Louisville this morning. next Monday. A very large crowd is was expected, and perhaps theie will be a Columbia last Friday, en route to HLs diploma f rem Lindsey-Wilsogreat deal of stock on the market. awarded before he left. Burkesville, to be present at the dedication of thejiew Christian church Mr. H. V. Hurt and wife and In reporting the attendance at the building, the following Sunday. Mr. their daughter, Miss Cecil, of Ozark, various Sunday-school- s on the 6th C. W. Alexander and Miss Mary called at --trie News office Saturday. inst, we gave the number at the LT. Keene met them in Campbellsville Mr. Hurt left substantial evidence of B. school, 35. It should have been 61. with an auto, conveying them to his appreciation of this paper Burkesville. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley The pupils of Miss Alice Walker and are the parents of. the present GovMrs. Jas. S, Darnell and daughter, Dorothy, Frankfort, Mrs. Warrtn T Mrs. Ray Montgomery will give a mu- ernor of the State. Stone, Leitchfleld, Miss Pearl Nell, sic and expression recital at the High Frankfort, were all here to attend School Gym Wednesday evening of Advanced Accountancy. this week. Every body invited. the funeral of Mrs. J, O Russell. The Bowling Green B'usiness UniMr. Edgar Reed left for Louisville, For iale. versity has installed a course in Adweek, on special business. Durlast ing his absence he expected to visit The Jo Smith harness horse, 8 years vanced Accountancy leading to the degree, Master of Accounts It is Jeffersonville, Ind., for the purpose old, and a good one. ofthe only school in-- the state offering of being examined for duty 1 Russell. . J. 0. . that coursh, ficers reserve-corpsDelco-plantfrom June Kimble, Russell Springs, was here Saturday. Mrs. RolliD Hurt lias been quite sick for the past week. Mr. Ray Montgomery has been quite sick for the past week. Mr. Jeff Henry, of the Greensburg bar, was here last Thursday, Mr. roll are sisters. Dr. C. M. Murrell and wife, of Mathersville, 111., and Judge T. A. Murrell, Louisville, arrived Monday afternoon, being called here on account of the illness of their sister, Mrs. S. T.. Hughes. Mrs. H. W. Depp went to Burkes-vill- e last Sunday, returning with her mother. Mrs. Mary Strange, who will spend several weeks with her sons and daughter here. At present she is at the home of Mrs. Depp. s, We have filed in the Adair County Clerk's office a petition asking that a road be opened from the Allen School-hous- e to the Stanford road, at Richard Burton's M. D. McQueary, et al 28-- 2t Camp-bellsvill- e, -- 29-2- en-rout- e , Mc-Beath- 's Brad-lordsvlll- e, to-da- y 29-l- n s inhe 29-2- " The Chautauqua Advertising man is Death of An Old Man. here putting up bills for the great entertainment which will start at CoMr. Zach Crawhoro, who was sevenlumbia June 11th. It will be a drawn years old, ing card and everybody should get ty-odd to all Mrs. Kizzie Russell, the Beloved ready to attend. From now Columbia, died very suddenly last on watch Saturday. He lived near the Long-vithis paper for further information. Wife of J. 0. Russell, Called to on Jamestown road, and about Mr. Ralph Garnett won the medal 10 o'clock a, m., he noticed that his a Better World. In the oratorical contest at the house was oa fire. He went Into the Monday night. The con- second story and worked diligently to test was for the Lyon Medal, and extinguish it, but he soon became exHUNDREDS ATTENDED THE FUNERAL. there were seven entries. All the hausted, fell and was dead in a few young men did remarkably well.speak-in- g minutes. Other members of the fambefore a crowded house. The ily checked the flames. Judges were L. C, Winfrey, J. W. The remains of Mr. Crawhorn were Notwithstanding the death of Mrs. Kizzie JJussell, which occurred last Flowers and W. A. Coffey, who 'voted buried"in the city cemetery, a numWednesday night, May 9, 1917, at 9:30 that Mr. Garnett was the winner ber of iriends being present. The funeral discourse was preached a the o'clock, brought untold sorrow to the though it was a close fight. residence, Rev. H. L. Thompson ofhusband and relatives and a large cir Strayed or Stolen. ficiating. was not a cle of friends, her passing surprise, as she had lingered between Black or brownish horse about 16 life and death for the past six weeks, hands high, Formally Announces. left hind foot white. the'date of the beginning of her ill- Sound in every particular. In or 12 ness going back nearly a year. Everyyears old. Mr. P. P. Wesley, who lives in the thing known to medical science was Fmis Monday, Little Cake precinct, has been a canbrought to bear, hoping that relief Basil, Ky. didate for School Superintendent of might be reached, but her disease Elsewhere in The News Mr Geo. J. Adair county for sometime, and in baffled the skill of scientific physicians and she gradually weakened until she Epperson, announces for County this issue of The News he makes his Mr. Wesley is was called to the celestial home n be- Court Cleric of Adair co'intyj subject formal announcement. to the action of the Democratic party. a Republican and his candidacy is subyond the skies. A few months ago she made a trip to Mr. Epperson has been in the office ject to the action of his party. He fs Florida, in company with her life loug for two yea's as deputy clerk', and is a farmer and teacher and is also one friend, Miss Sallie Field, hoping that regarded by Mr. Walker Bryant, the of the public spirited men of the the climate might prove beneficial, present clerk, as a very efficient man. county He has stood for every propbut the water in that State did not His knowledge of the business of the osition looking to the internal adagree with her, and a few weeks before office makes him especially fitted for vancement of Adair, believing that if leaving for home her husband received the position His habits are correct we ever prosper to any great extent a message to hurry to her bedside, and there is no discount as to his we must get out of the ruts. He is that death might come at any time Democracy. We can not add but lit well educated, perfectly familiar with Before he reached Florida she re- tle to his card, as he clearly states his the school laws of Kentucky, and he vived, and apparently showed sigrjs of position and qualifications. It is his feels that he could fill the office of improvement, and in three weeks they intention and purpose to see all his County Superintendent to the perfect satisfaction of 'all teachers and pastarted home, but upon reaching friends before the primary. trons of the schools. His fidelity to Louisville she was taken violently ill, Apply at Once. rlie Republican party has been as true but after a few days she again reas is the needle to the pole, working vived, and about three weeks ago she We will pay a good salary, to the for the success of his party nominees was brought home, a request that she rght man, to handle our business in in every election. He feels that he Is "daily made, telling her husband and Adair county. We want an applica- not asking too much, of his friends in attendants that she would not be sat- tion at once. N . calling upon them for their support isfied until she reached her own resSinger Sewing Machine Co., in this contest. Should he be nomiidence Write G. R Holt, Campbellsville Ky. nated, he promises to canvass every No person ever died in Columbia nook and corner of the county, using who had more friends, nor whose all honorable means to win at the NoLearn Telegraphy. death brought more genuine sorrow. vember election. His district is beThe deceased was born and reared The Bowling Green BusinessUni-versity- , hind him, and he urges his friends near Nell, this county, and was a at Bowling Green, Ky., has throughout the county to become acd daughter of Wm. L and Lamyra telegraph wire, and tive in his interest. As for himself, the main-lin- e was fifij years old'tfi-Ul- st of over it tile students receive every he will not be idle from now until the years train-orde- r last March. About twenty-nin- e that is sent out from primary. was first married to Mr. NatG. agoshe Nashville, sevency-twmiles distant. Murrell, who only lived six weeks after This is a fine NO. 6769. opportunity for ydung their union. Seventeen years after men to learn Telegraphy. RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 8. her first husband's death, she was married to Mr J. O. Russell, who had Enters the Reserve Corps. lost his wife, the couple living most OF THE CONDITION OF Mr. Edgar Reed, who went to Louis happily together for eleven years lackville, business last week, concluded THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ing one month. before returning home that he would When quite a girl Mrs. Russell made a profession of her faith in Christ, go to Jeffersonville, stand the exam- AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE united with the Methodist Church, ination, for the officers reserve corps. OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE and was a most devoted member until He passed and soon ne will go OF BUSINESS MAY. 1st, 1917. into training at Fort Benjamin Harrithe final dissolution. RESOURCES. son where he will remain three months She was a woman of strong ChristAt the end of that time he wlil again Loans and discounts (except those ian character and was a liberal sup- be examined for position. slitwnonbandc) ..... $146 625 45 He expects porter of the ministry, and of all the to be made a second $145 625 45 Total Loan3 Lieutenant. U.S. Bonds deposited to secure church ordinances. Her heart was alcirculation (par value)..... 325 000 so full of charity. Wherever she Music and Expression Recital: 25 000 00 Total U. S. Bonds found the poor in waab she loosened Securities other than U, 9. bonds Saturday evening Miss Mattie Lee (not including stocks) owned her purse strings and gave willingly S32 950 54 unpledged and cheerfully. So exemplary was her Adams, teacher of music and expres32 950 54 Total bonds, securities etc Lindsey-Wilso- n character that her walk through life sion in School, pre Stock of Federal Reserve Bank was admired by this entire population sented in a very high-clas- s recital, (50 per cent of subscription) 1 500 00 She has now gone to receive her re Miss Margie Buster, graduate from Value of Banking house (if unincumbered) ward, and it will be a long time before the music department, and Miss Sal-li- e 2 000 00 2000 W we agaiu see her like. E. Murphy, who graduate from the Due from approved reserve expression department. She left no children. Her husband agents in New York Chicago Miss Buster is not only a talented $ is now alone, but the sympathy of the 1274 29 and St Louis musician, but a diligent worker and Due from Approved Reserve town and county goes out to him. Agents in other Reserve The funeral services were held m the her splendid work at the piano was ?40 263 73 41 543 05 Cities Due from Banks and Bankers Methodist Church Friday forenoon be- sufficient proof of her success. Miss Murphy is unusually attractive 2293 04 other than included in 12 or 20 ginning at 10 o'clock, and they were in her chosen art and delighted the Checks on banks i n the sa me city before one of the largest audiences ev643 00 or town 33 reporting bank.. . er assembled in this community. audience with her splendidly renddred Outside Checks and other cash 23 70 Rev. J. S Chandler, of Campbellsville, selections items Thursday evening vill be the annuFractional currency, nickels who was better acquainted with the 110 49 and life and character of the deceased, was al spring recital given by the pupils Notes ofcents National Banks 86 79 775 00 other of the music tiud expression departthe principal speaker. Rev. L. F. ISO 00 Federal Reserve Piercy and Presiding Elder S. G. Shel- ments and Friday evening will be ;the Lawful reserve in vault and net program commencement amount due from Federal Re ly, also made talks, all the speakers regular 20V33 80 servo Bank which will close the exercises. Evpaying high tribute to the amiable Redemption fund with U. S. character of the departed. Just after erybody is cordially invited to be Treasurer and due from U. S. . Treasurer 125000 Rev. Piercy's remarks Mrs. Ray Mont- present at these entertainments. gomery sang touchingly and beautifulA Brilliant Address. 275 503 87 Total v ly "My Father Knows." LIABILITIES. Geo. H. Crowell, President Capital stock paid in ReVv 35 000 00 After the services at the church 25 000 00 hundreds follbwed the funeral patty to elect of Logan College, Russell ville, Surplus fund 5 786 79 the cemetery where many tears were delivered the baccalaureate address Undivided profits, Less current expenses. Inshed as the handsome white casket, before the student body and graduat4 179 terest and taxes paid at Circulating Notes outstanding 1S87 2S 25 000 54 the color being an emblem of purity, ing class of the Lindsey-Wilso00 the Methodist church, last Sunday Due to Banks and Bankers other than was lowered into the vault. 669 43 included In 29 or 30 There were an unusual number of forenoon. The building was crowded Individual deposits subject to to its capacity and many chairs were floral designs, contributed by loving 195 659 86 check occupied. Total demand deposits. Items 33 relatives and friends. The address was brilliant, showing 34. 33. 36. 37. 33. 39 and While her passing is calfed Death, . none 40 41 that it required time and much rethere is no death. The bright and search in its preparation, and was, de1275 508 87 Total lovable stars go down to reappear in a livered in a very forcefill manner. If State op KEntrCKY, glorious and better world. hss: the students who wero sitting in No truer statement could be. writ- front of the speaker were not inspired, County of Ad Ala J I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of theabo'vt expressed- - than to language will not move them. The ten as named bank, do solemnly swear that. the aboVo refer to the hundreds who attended advice given the student body was statement is true to the best of my knowledge' Cothe last sad rites. E.- H. Hughes, Cashier. told in an earnest and plain manner, and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 8th or the" entire audience being electrified. lumbia was' represented, mora persons, nd there' were many In fact, it was one of the best bacca- day of May, 1917. Leonora Lowe. who live ouVof town. laureate sermons ever delivered in CoNotary Public lumbia, and when finished the speak- - My Commission expires Jan. 20th. 1921, x Oohrkct Attest! , --4k granulated sugar 11 eta., colored er was complimented oy au-i- attend J. P. Montgomery, Director;"1 Bcnpifpi cts., this week only. ance. The speciar music by the choir . J. P. Beard; Director Geo. McLean was unusually good, Hnr yN, Miner, Directory i LAMENTABLE DEATH. well-know- e, Lind-sey-Wils- 29-3- 6 "Walk-eran- o REPORT Bank-note- s -- n, . Every-frrlnpP- ln 'btwo - -- n " J" L i ADAIR g'MBgSa COUNTY tmitirf'in were' T S V, f ek ,.j iX THE ADAift C0ttfnfr.NBW8f V rfVi wT.'vVin ArvtfSifci tx? -- - . THE NEWS J. F. and Tuesday. C. transacting busiriess here last j. bbtfeli of Miamij Dink I3urhain, of tjampbellsvllle, lYTfiE left here last Tuedday with 200 head Adair County News Company of hogs for which he paid fancy prices.. lNCOPr3A'EDi) There were 21 head of sheep killed In the Miami neighborhood, last week, CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. by dogs . Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest ol tie City of Colombia and the people of Adair Finished Every Wednesday Pjsii 113 P sLvsi. , ti' fiionr-'iii- f - i. 111 1 I lill'l 111 ' WrfTMFTI Wl IHiMl 1911 41H9 i "J ii Mr. Flowers, of Bowling Green, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Curb Hind-man- . " ... W ' t and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- e as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR The farmers of this community are taking advantage of the pretty weather in getting their corn planted Tobacco plants are scarce in this mtLMmmvB9llfllWmli''(P till R lull vWSwSK community. Some beds have failed entirely, while the flies are working WED. MAY. lfr, 1917 on others. There will not be more than a half crop set. Eggs are 31c a dozen, chickens 22c a ANNOUNCEMENT. pound Corn is selling at $1.25 a bushWe are authorized to announce the following el. Flour is $8 a hundred and at presCandidates Bubjecy to the action of their respect ent there is not much prospect) for ive parties: another crop of wheat. C, M. and J. Gr. Thomas sold to A. For County Judge. M. Mercer, last week, 8 head of hogs at 13c a lb. Republican WALTEB S. SINCLAIR. Democrat KINT MONTQOMEEY. W. G.ELLIS Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. JUNIUS HANCOCK . G. T. HERRIFORD. lllvf BwmMW IkHIMm mmmMsml Roy. vl VmeuVi For County Attorney. .Democrat GORDON MONTGOMERY The singing at White Oak, Sunday, April 22nd, was largely attended. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Acree were vis- Fop Sheriff. Republican: W. B. PATTES0N. ' CORTEZ SANDERS. GEO. E. NELL Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW. iting the latter's sister, at this place, last Saturday. Eev. J. W. Caldwell will preach at Freedom on the 3rd Saturday night and Sunday in May. Everybody invited to come. G. K. Bedmon and wife visited Solomon Eoyse and wife Sunday. Mr. Felix Simmons has been on the sick list for the past few days, bub is some better at this writing. Several in this section are planting corn at this writing and every body aiming at a large crop. Kev. Owen Lee and wife visited Make Us Responsible For Your Tires You don't have to "shop" among' tire dealers to get the exact tire you want, nor buy one make of tire for your rear wheels and another make for your front wheels; but you can get exactly the tires which will give 111 R.M.HURT . For County Court ClerR. Republican JOHN N. SQUIRES. L. Y. GABBERT. S. C. NEAT. Democrat ALBERT MILLER. T.A.FURKIN. W.H.GILL. GEO. J. EPPERSON the For School Superintendent. Republican GEORGE AARON " TOBIAS HUFPAKER. Democrat NOAH LOY. MISS ESTELLE WILLIS latter's father at this place last very sick for a few days. We had a good Sarur-da- y night. Little Miss Edna Simmons has been rain here last Fri- mm' . of service among the five you the different types of United States Tires. And then you can hold o'ne company the United States Tire Company responsible for the result, lowest-cost-per-mile mill mm ' M For Jailer Republican JOHNTHURMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. FRANK WOLFORD MILLER day night, which was badly needed. E. K. Young and Mr, Gaines were in this section, recently, looking after stock. I v which is much simpler than trying to fix the responsibility on two tire companies through two different dealers. . There are five to choose from, - J. A. S a WOOTEN W. TARTER iWilllJW I mm mm Toria. Sam Breeding did business "In Burkes-villone day last week. Miss Sadie Flatt was the welcome guesb of Miss Lula Janes last Saturday night. Mrs Nancy Boyse is not expected to live but a short titne. . Gilliam Akin was the guest of E. e v -- " G. W. COLLINS T. G. RASNER one for every need of price and use, and every one a tire of supreme service 'and loYmileage-c6st- . Democrat C.G.JEFFRIES. " A. H. FEESE. JOHN BvCHRISTlE. E. G. McGINNIS TO For Assessor Democrat P.P.tDUNBAR. ED BUTLER Republican R. H.HARMON. EVERETT ALLISON. k l ''iji I J " G.L.PERRYMAN. J. M. TARTER J. A. SCHULER, For Representative Republican JOE HUDDLESTON. DR. W. S. TAYLOR. Janes Saturday night. Koweand Kose have moved' their saw mill near Toria. Eoberb Fletcher returned from II. liDois last Tuesday. B. I 0 ill III A Tire for Every Need of Price and Use 'Chain' 'Nobby' ''Royal Cord' 'Plain' 'Usco' United States Tires Are Good Tires United States Tabes and Tire A ccessories Have All the Sterling Worth am? Wear that Make United States Tires Supreme. Llss Scott did business one day last week. at Breeding Coie Camp. Herman Eoach, who has been in bad health for some time, is improving. IKSS 1U 11I11IPPUU'" imstm UUfliAk , mm hiiilllH&iR lllPifi -- .nnnniHlCdlillMKUilUn.' Jm - Abb and Will Fudge did business in The farmers of this neighborhood Gradyville one day last week. are busy planting corn. Miss Lula Janes and Ira England Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cheatham and were married last Sunday. Eev. children spent Sunday with her sisThomas Jessee officiated The bride ter) Mrs. C. T. Cheatham. is one of the communities best girls, C. W. Strange, who has been sick the groom is an industrious young for the past week, is some better. man. Both will be greatly missed Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrett spent among the young people. Saturday night and Sunday with Luther England sold to Nell & Nell, their daughter, Mrs. Elam Fletcher. of Gradyville, a. bunch of hogs one Clarence Alexander, of Allen Creek, daj last week. visited his Uncle, O. V. Cheatham, Nannie B. Eowe was in Columbia Saturday night. one day last week. The measles is raging in this community. Roosevelt Has His Force Ready. Mrs. E. Wt Thomas and children spent last Sunday with Mrs. C. C. New York, May'8 Col. TheoFletcher. Baker & Morrison have moved their dore Roosevelt has enrolled a list hickory mill from Fine' Branch to of 187,000 volunteers at the Big Eenox. They are doing good W. Q. NOE, AM. Columbia, Ky. completely equipped divisions, including cavalry, infantry, field artillery, engineers, signal corps, motorcycle machine guns, motor transport commissary and subsistence, hospital corps and quar- fantry. Tennessee is said to have contributed three regiments and companies of infantry, while Ohio is down for a troop of cavalry, three regiments and three companies of infantry. olution, of 19 17 in the effect of say that the disorders of the last the mob of the'metropolis upon week have, itf the main, centered the progress of affairs. The Russian revolution is still in its infancy. We do not know what success the provisional government, or whatever government is to succeed it, will have in copine with the disbanded soldiers and anarchistic working-me- n of Petrograd, but the lessons of the .French revolution stare the world in the face with their unmistakable warning of the menace to liberty in the uncontrolled mob spirit at a national capital. termaster's department. Brig. Gen. Roger Williams, of At his headquarters it was Lexington, whom Col. Roosevelt said that Col. Roosevelt had so considers a s soldier; many offers of assistance from Col. John Groome, commander of wealthy citizens who were them- the Pennsylvania constabulary, selves unable , to leave that he and Jack Greenaway, of Arizona could place this entire body of who was one of the be3t of men at the disposal of Uncle Rough Riders, are Col. RooseSam without the government's velt's choices for Colonels to expenditure of a cent for equip- lead three of the brigades, proment. The details of the mobil viding he can secure permission ization camp has already beeni of the War Department, He has selected. For obvious reasons in mind for a Colonel also Col. this cannot be made public. Milton Forman, of Illinois. Many -The Roosevelt headquarters other prominent names have have made public the recruits by been mentioned in connection divisions from every State. From with the officering of the two diKentucky,. Col. "Roosevelt has vision, but everything is tenta-tiy- e until CoK Roosevelt gets signed up one Tegiment of infantry, mountaineers from East Congress' permission to raise Kentucky, Tennessee and Vir- the army. v ginia, all of whom are sharp" Two Revolutions. shooters, four companies of cavalry and one company of in fan- - A sinister comparison is try-.Between the French Indiana "has given a- - regiment and three companies of in of 1793 and the Russian rev first-clas--- Kuth Thomas and Master Joe Baker were shopping nel Roosevelt and his aids took up the task of enlisting Ameriih'Burkesville last Monday. can citizens who desired quick Hilltown. action on February 2. They have received 300,000 offers of Messrs. Cassius Cheatham and Eol-li- n headquarters of the Roosevelt Mr. Spencer and family, of Burkes-ville- , division, 753 Fifth avenue, who were visiting, at James Cole last are eager to follow him in the week. war against the Germans. Colowork. Misses Mary Fletcher, Cundlff, of Columbia, visited relatives here last Sunday. -- Ed Hancock sold to Nathan Bridge-water- , Of Greensburg, last week, 28 of hogs at 14o per lb. . head Misses May and. Clara Brockman visited, their grandmother, in Green Co., kst week. Mrg. Hattie Mitchell, who has been herewith her people for the past month', ha returnedto her home in. TtiCM, voluntary service since then", but have weeded out almost half because Colonel Roosevelt wanted only a special type of volunteer. He has accepted only such men as are above the conscription age, and have settledjncomes of from $2,000' to $50,000. Colonel Rooievltiaable to offer" two ( v - The French - revolution of 1793 hopefully and-fo- r the first Oh, daughter of the living face the prophet saw; few months almost everything God give us law In liberty And liberty in law. done was good. Even after divided counsels threatened a This is the hard task for Russia. There can be no permanent jreign of anarchy attempt after attempt was made inthe'Nation-a- l liberty, without law and unformany RusAssembly to bring the revolu- tunately there are sians who see in all law obstacles tion back to a point where pub- to what they consider liberty. lic order could be maintained Louisville Post. along with liberty, and time af ter time the Paris . mob balked 1 Gov; Stanley signed a bill imposing a tax of $500 daily on such efforts and held up the Louisville and Latonia race-trachand3 of thenar ty of the" Terror. and 200 daily on the Dispatches from Ptrograd pasbr-Who- se ks in Petrograd, with certain sympathetic disturbances in the army, but "back of the metropolis the vastness ot Russia lies silent with not a hint to tell of what the masses of the people are thinking or doing." Years ago a New England poet with the sad lessons of the French revolution in his mind, urged his own countrymen, still grappling with the difficult problems of to liberty was uncontrolled disorder in the following lines, which could well be on the lips of every patriotic Russian of 1917: self-governme- nt, - . - ( , - WS " i sssssskcki- - ttS?V7gKa!5sS5&S3Srf.r - '' ' 7SiSK!Syik:JSr - VJggaF y.ay-rirSsag3SEg5u:---SLjr..:J. igv- - -- ; ws?r-.i -- . . DON'T INVESf IN PAINT UNTIL YOU INVESTIGATE ? PROGRAM brthe - - .. - DbiiiiarV. THE PAINT ITSELF Kurfees Paint will bear the closest investigation. No secrets about itits just Pure Lead and Zinc. No Silica, China Clay, Barytes or any other cheap etuff. "(Columbia District Conference - '." ,- WHITE WHITE ZINC LEAD(Mhate) (Pure of Oado Zinc) QOfo 2Q 100 To add more Zinc or to use less Lead would shorten the life of ' the paint Kurfees contains more Lead than any other paint. It istho beaviest bodied and heaviest gallon. The Outside White weighs 19 pounds to the gallon. For punting floors, use Granitoid Floor Paint. For finishing floors in Hardwood effect use Kur-Fa-Cit- Thata Kurfeea Paint. Could anvihincr be better? Kurfees is not 'the Half Lead kind, but 80 Lead with 20 Zincwhich is sufficient Zinc to prevent chalking or rubbing bff. 9:00 9:30 e. BARQER BROS., Columbia, Ky. Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Will Begin His Great Popularity Sale Contest April Fifteenth CAPITAL PRIZE Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. presented to the Most PopThe second prize will-bular Mother. The third prize will be presented to the Most Pope :30 2:00 2:1 5 $500.00 2:30 2:50 3:15 ular Minister. The fourth prize to the Most Popular Old Maid. Voting Ballots will be presented with, every CASH sale. 7:30 The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leaves the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave 8:00 without voting. The date of distribution of prizes, will be announced some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. Everyone is requested to send in the names of Candidates not laterthan the Seventh. Of course candidates names will be 8:30 enrolled at any time during the contest, but it is much better to start with the opening sales. 9:00 These sales, will be of the greatest interest, and entertain- 10:00 ment to everybody in the five counties. Interesting changes will be introduced in the plans frequently, and constant interest will 1100 be kept up till the finish. ARE YOU WITH US? -- , 1:30 1;45 2:15 2:40 3:10 3:30 Then Send In The Names Of YourCandi- dates At Once. Will want not less than Twenty-fiv- e Candidates for the Capital prize, to the county. More if. they wish to enter the contest. Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware Farm implements and Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fertilizers, Buggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, Gaso.-lin- e Engines, Gasoline and Oils, Salvet, Bee Dee. AUTOMOBILES Will be sold, giving a wide field and a good chance for every Candidate. 7:30 V0010 lewis Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money .""8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 8:00 LOUISVILLE Alalia. - HOTEL 7fix 9;45 10:15 10:30 . Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Iouisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. ,Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. . t (With Meals) 75Kooms Single, ?3 00 per dar; 2 people, f2 OQeach ' 50 " 2 50 " " 2 people, 2 25 " ' MPront Booms Single 3 00 " " 2people. 2 60 V " .' Bpoma.With Private Bathl , SO Booms ....Single 3 00 per dyi 2 people, 2 75 "- , 50 Booms.., Single 3 TO per day 2 people, 3 00 ' EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bat tf but with Hot and Cold Jtunning Water, 75 Rooms...... (Without Meals) . ........ vt... Single, $1 00 per day; 2 people $0 75 each -50 Rooms...." Single, 1 25 per days 2 people 1 00 each r' 'Single, 1 60 per day; 2 people 125 each 60 Front Room. n Booms With PHvaFeBathi 50 Rooms ....:.......... Single. 1 60 per dayj 2 people 1 25 each 60 Rooms., ..Single. 2 00 per dayj 2 people 150 each Street Beetween 6 & till October next, he would- - have been seventy-nin- e years old. :JVIay 29, 30, 31, 1917,?, f Mr. Cundiff was cheerful, and -Mr, had been as well as usual, and ' ". EP WORTH LEAGUE.,- had called on a sick friend, Mr. 'Tuesday Morning Session. Clay Suddarth, and gave him a ' Song"'and Prayer Service. . ' J''H. Epley. late paper to read, and" had reheart, Organization. turned home and walked out in Till the glad day, the field. near the house, where When we'll all understand. The Purpose of the Epworth League; ' Written by his sister-in-laFirst, to enlarge Spiritual Character, Enrich Personal Experience, Develop his sons, Earnest and John'Will, Mrs. Joe Todd. Leadership in the Church. J. R. Maris, Owen T. Lee. were plowing. He usually made some remark, but this time be Second, Social Service Applied Christianity. A Food Program for the Nalion. ' ' did not. John Will turned and C. Foster Allen, W. A. Beck. just as he did so, his father stagThird, To make of our young People Intelligent Christians, Well inLet me mention a few specific gered and fell. He left his team Coward. formed Methodists. S.LC. and ran to him and said: "Papa, things which must be done, Fourth, To Lead our young People to become' Missionaries To go, or you must not leave the house things which it would be well to D. L. Vance. send. alone any more." He said "well do for peace as well a3 war: Allen. Vire. The Standard of efficiency. . I won't," and Earnest came to Farming must be educated, ef, R. E. Bailey. him also. John Will had him in ficient, scientific farming. There Address. his arms, when he looked up and was never a greater need for v SUNDAY SCHOOL; smiled at them. He did not scientific,, businesslike farmers speak again. They called for than there is today, and never -Afternoon "Session." help and in a short time the were better facilities for learnand Prayer Service .F.VA. Sanders, family were all at his side when ing' how to farm efficiently wiih-i- n Organization v. the reach of every farmer death came, but one son, Finis Ever Green Sunday School; Is it Practicable? Cundiff, who lives at Cane Val- than there are today. J. A. Wallace, W. L. Sawyer. ley. He leaves to mourn his abCooperation must be the watchThe Sunday School Campaign Why have it How conduct it? sence his aged wife, Elizabeth word cooperation between far . . J. W. Caughran, M. B. Capshaw Cundiff, who is in very poor mer and farmer and between health. 3 children have crossed consumer and farmer, for by no The Wesley Bible Class Its Advantage How Secure it?. ' "'" I. W.Napier, over the river of death, and 6 other means will the waste of The Teacher Training class, Its Importance How organize and con- - left to mourn his loss, 3 girls, distribution be eliminated. " H. C. Wilson, Miss Linnie Smith. Misses Montra. Anna, Lela; Fi' Our unused resources in the duct it? nis, 'Earnest and John Will Cun- shape of backyards suitable for The Standard of Efficiency : Miss Delia Southerland, Prof. R. R: Moss. diff. Of the deceased family vegetable gardens must be utilthere is only to living relatives, ized. Fortunately an early and Prof. C. E. Dudley. Round Table Miss Josephine Cundiff, who apparently successful campaign Evening Session. made her home with her broth- - to this end was launched this Song and Prayer Service R. A. Witham. er'i family, and Mrs. Hannai spring. It should be followed up Smith, the other sister, who this summer by home canning of " Prof. C. E. Dudley. Sunday School Address lives near Gradyville. the superfluous vegetables for Wednesday Morning Session. . When the war of the States winter use. broke out he enlisted in the UnThere must be economy in District Conference ion army, serving his country consumption. An annual food Song and Prayer Service E. Pennycuff. faithfully for 2 years and 10 waste of $700,000,000 in AmerOrganization months, he was wounded in his ican homes is estimated by our Reports from Pastors and Local Preachers Renewal "of License. side, when he returned home. experts. We do not cook, manChristian Education Preachers Aid Society. He did not lay down his cross he age or eat frugally. ; J. S. Chandler,, J. L. Piercy .was a faithful soldier to the end J The American dietary needs Sermon W. F. Hogard, About 6 years ago he gave his revision upward. Wheat meal life to Christ, and united with ground In a hand grist mill in the AFTERNOON SESSION the Christian church, at Cane kitchen is as good as most patent Song and Prayer Service L.. I. Chandler. Valley, and lived a true noble breakfast foods and much cheapJessie L. Murrell. life to the end. Both young and er. Corn meal, provided fresh The Columbia District Past, Present, Future the aged received the hand of vegetables are eaten, is a good The Work of the Women of the Missionary Society 7 Mrs. S..G. Shelley welcome when they reached, his and cheap substitute for potatoes. door, let it be morning, noon or The Department of Agriculture Report of the Committee on License. . midnight, the same cheerful has published a mass of informa' Report of the Committee for Admission on Trial,' face was there to greet them. tion on the question of available Report of the Committees for Orders ,"- He was a kind gentle husband economical food substitutes.' to his dear wife, a loving father, Many farmers nowadays think Evening Session.'' S'?r. with strong arms of protection it below their dignity to keep a Song and PrayerSeryice Y. R. Atkinson. for his children and oh, how he kitchen garden. But side issues Election of alicening Committee. will be missed, the vacant chair, like a garden, a few chickens, Sermon Subject 'The Relation of Children to .Christ and the Church the leader in the happy home milch cows, a few pigs, a few ' L. F. Riercy. life, which jio substitute can ev ewes, and a few colonies of bees er fill. He was very deaf and things that turn waste materThursday M orrung session. enjoyed his papers to read and ial and odds and ends of time inRisen, the company of. any one who Prayer Service Song and L.C. to money, often make up the could talk and make him hear. difference between profit Report of Trustees of the District parsonage and It was great pleasure to me to loss in tne operation of a farm. Selection of the. Place' for the next District Conference. talk to the dear old . man. Just Election of Delegates to the Annual Conference. two weeks before his death I From "The Present Agricultural An Inventory of the District as touching the Financial Condition. spent the day at their home He Situation," by Carl Vrfioman, in The Slogan of the District A Revival iri every Church All Assess- was very interested in the war the American Review of Reviews C. L. Shelley. hews. I had a long pleasant for May, 1917. ments Paid in Full conversation with him, one I You Need a Spring Laxative. How Secure a Revival in every Church,. and the. Payment of all Assess- shall never forget. '"' ? ,-- - Tu'ttle Chapel Mr. John Richaf rj Cun'diff , born Oct. 6th, 1838, died "at the old home .near Columbia, Ky., Adair Co., Tuesday morning:, April 24th 1917. Had he lived Weredvel inafly a, chBtlshea plah why our loved ohs were taken from us, 'Tis there, sometime we'll understand; Qod knows the way, he holds the key! He guides our loved ones with unerri ing hands, Some day with tearless eyes we'll sefy Yes, up there, wefll all understand. Weep not dear friends, Oh let us guide our steps; In the straight and narrow way, We shall see him face to face, And then, not now we'll understand. This is a sad hour in the home, One that never will be forgotten, A sad hour to the hundreds of friends, Oh may God comfort each aching JU3fc ., ' -- w, . ' Epworth-Leagu- e " . . - v . , . - " -- " -. .......... '' L. E. Squires Weep not dear wife Weep not dear children, lts.Place.in the Columbia District 10:45 Lindsey Wilson Training.School For the angels were, waiting " " ' Prof. P. G. Chandler. To grasp , d father's hand. To lead him safely home Sermon Subject, "Baptism The Mode." " 11:00 To the. haven of rest. " AFTERNOON SESSION: - ' . .a Not now dear ones Bub-lthe coming years, " Layman' Movement. " ' It will be in a better land; .Ivy' Allen You will read the meaning of your 1:0 --Song and Prayer Service-ll4ments in full? ' ' the-age- "J,.S.-jChandl- n - Dr. King's New Life Pills will re the accumulated wastes of winter from your intestines, theburden of 6he blood. Get that sluggish spring fever feeling oub of your system, n. brighten your eye, clear your, Get that vim and snap of good purified healthy- - ' blood. Dr. King's New Kife Pill'sjire a laxative, that. aids nature's process, -- move com-plesio- non-gripin- g 5 he Call of the Hour to Men." 2:00 .2:15 2;30 2'.45- - THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rems Without Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. ' "The Work of the Missionary Committee;; l - lath, $1.00 andjup. 3Euft.opfiAr idLA2sr oinA" Rooms With Private Balh, $1.60 up. -- The LouisyTlle Sotel andjthe Old Inn are Located In the Wholesale District and only athreeblock' walktotheretaildistrictandtheatefsj --, . ', Uouisilie Hotel -and Old Inn Conipany, - ttrops. y; ;v 't 9 ii Church .Fmaice",.v'The" Every Member Canvass" - , "Tlie S(eward4ap of MyTheTitle' "Businera Methods ; -- try them At Paull Drug tears, Ad iW.C. Christie. And there, sometime,, we'll under An amendment was adopted to stand. P. C Long. We'll catch the broken threads again. the selective, draft bill prohibitfj, T. Goodman. And finish what wc here began. ing the sale or gift of liquor to Gregory. Heaven will each mysteries explain, A. Hi any soldier of the United States, And then, ah then we'll understand. . tq-nig- Co-2- 5c V. Edward-Hil- l. " Z'&ivtfr? S.Gj;ShelieytEE.:r We'lL know .", ? penalty why clouds) instead; of. with a severe .." -- .;"-'- ; ' "'-- . iVl llVlKtlVU,'. '::". Vi ' i . attehd . J. " "S -- 4: mmaM&&a3M)k Ji riSgMk&MM -- lJ'?-y?'-- -- - ?; or. ? t- - 5he -f- ADAm ..a- .eotm c. .- ., mm fcr-j..-.--,,.-,, JXafieWVwi , ,WZ L.miW-ynK.-tfv'WW- Sa Government (.rep Report. A Great French Democrat. ! Washington, D. 8, 1917. A summary of the May crop report for the btate of Kentucky and for the United States, as compiled by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, and transmitted through the Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of Agriculture, is as follows: State Winter Wheat. -- May forecast, 8.180,000 busheIs;iro-ductio- n last year, final estimate, 8,010.000; two years ago, 9,900,-001910-1- 4 average, 9,797,000 bushels. United. States: May 1 forecast, 66,000,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 481,744,000; two years ago 1910-1average, l bushels. State Rye. May 1 forecast, 271,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 246,000; two years ago, 288,000 bushels. United. States: May 1 forecast, 0,700,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 47,383,-00two years ago, 54,050,000 bushels. C.-M- ay 1 0; ,673,-947,00- HOW KENTUCKY WOMEN "CAN HELP KENTUCKY SOLDIERS 0; 4 494,-654,0- 00 0; State Meadows. May 1 conar Beautiful Armory at Louisville, be!ow,and Francis X. Bushmann and Beverly Bayne, above. dition 84, compared with the ten-yeaverage of 88. United States: May 1 condition 88.7, compared with the ten-yeaverage of 87.9. State Pasture. May 1 condition 78, compared with the average of 68. United States: May condition 81.9, compared with the ten-ysaverage of 85.2. State Spring" Plowing. Per cent., done to May 1, 1917, estimated 68 per cent., compared with 67 May 1 last year, and 71 average. the United Ststes: Per cent., done to May 1, 1917t estimated 72.4 percent., compared with 70 4 ar ar 1 ar ar -ar The 'First Kentucky needs a thousand recruits to fill its ranks to war strength. Once recruited, these men must be cared for. at the front. It is your regiment as well as ours. If Its ranks are not filled, Kentucky will fail to do its duty In the country's hour oT need. Kentucky has never ten-yefailed before it must not fail now. Knowing that you feel in this matter as do the officers and men of the regiment, I am writing you in their name to. ask that you help In the recruiting campaign the regiment Is now making. This campaign costs money. To raise It the regiment has enlisted, the services of Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne, the famous movie stars. They will be in Louisville May 28th to lead the hall to be given that night at the First Kentucky Armory. ten-yeAt that ball will be chosen the girl who Is to represent the State of Kentucky in the contest of Southern beauties to- - be held in New Orleans, June 2. , We all know that the most beautiful per cent., on May 1 last year and woman in the South lives somewhere in Kentucky." One purpose of the hall 69.3, the ten-yeaverage. is to find her. The other is that the men of Kentucky shall be first on the State Spring Planting. Per firing line In France when the Amercent., done to May 1, 1917, esti- ican expeditionary force is sent over. mated 43 per cent., compared "Will you help to realize hoth purposes? with 44 May 1 last- - year, and 43 The terms of the contest are as lows: How To Win. fol- The two girls in each county in the state selling the most tickets to the First Kentucky Ball, May 28th, and thereby receiving the greatest .number of votes, will represent their respective county at the Military Ball and will be in "The Beauty Class" from which the Kentucky Beauty will be selected for the trip to New Orleans and for a professional motion picture tryout in New York. From the girls in the "Beauty Class" a Committee of Judges will select the most beautiful to represent the State of Kentucky in the Big Picture Production to be made in New Orleans June 2. Send in orders for tickets, with cash or checkf or money order, made payable Xo The Treasurer, First Kentucky Infantry, Armory, Louisville, JZy., and tickets will be forwarded immediately and credit ill be given the sender for amount turned in. Price of tickets Spectator ticket, $1.00. Admission to the Dancing Floor, one person, $2.00; for couple, $3.00. $1.00 ticket entitles girls to 10 votes. $2.00 ticket entitles girls to 20 votes. $3.00 ticket entitles rfrls to 30 votes. Address aii inquiries to The Treasurer, First Kentucky Infantry, The Armory, Louisville, Kentucky. WM. A. COLSTON, Colonel, From the beginning the chief problem of the Allies has been the organization for war of the great industries of production and transportation. For that organization the cooperation of labor is imperative. Both in England and in France the war has brought representatives of the' industrial classes to power in the government. Just as the men and women who are working in the munition plants and in the fields while they send their , boys to the trenches are forcing the displacement in England of the old official class which controlled Parliamentland the army, so in France the war has made the government more genuinely democratic, more representative of the whole people. Viviani the partisan, the radical, the repre sentative of labor, made more practical and more conservative by the heavy responsibilities that he has borne long and well, is a part of that movement in France just as Lloyd George i3 in Eng land. He has helped to carry gorward the complete subordina tion of party and person, of caste and creed, to the cause of country, which has given France the power to accomplish her tremen dous task. From "Joffre and Viviani," by Myron T. Herrick, in the American Review of for May, 1917. Re-views RED PEAVINE & Registered Chestnut Sorrel Stallion, Owned by R. H. Price, Recently Brought to Adair. o4o--T This celebrated Stallion will make the season at Mr. R. H. Price's barn, near Columbia. There is, not a better bred animal in Kentucky. He was'sired by Rex Peavine. a horse with a record, known to all stock men. Red Raven is a perfect beauty, the image of his sire. He will serve for $10.00. He is 16 hands high, and his disposition is perfect. At the same place Mr. Price will have a fine Jack, perfect in form, and will stand for $6.00. In both cases Mr. Price insures living colts. R. H. PRICE. EVERYTHING IN Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized . . and Painted. Also Ellwood ROOFING and American Fence. 3teel Fence Posts DEHLEPBROS. 1 CO. - 16 Eaat Katfcet street Between First and Brook Incorporated Louisville, Ky. Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism The torture of rheumatism, the pains and aches that make life unbearable are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, a clean, clear liquid that is easy to apply, and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments because it penetrates quicklv without rubbing. For the many pains and aches following exposure, strains, sprains and muscle soreness, Sloan's Liniment is promptly effective. Always have a bottle handy for gout, lumbago, toothache, bach-achstiff neck, and all external pains. Ad. Paull Drug Co, 25c. At Notice Stock Men BJEISTJA-MEST First Kentucky Infantry. fine form and action the type that commands the 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 Cost of Boarding Hired Help. in full keeping with his royal breeding. Accepting the fact that like begets like, he is bound to prove a It costs $128 per year to board great sire of thekind that is always in demand at a hired hand, according to esti- fancy prices. e, BENJAMIN DARE is 3 years old, a natural saddle horse, 15i hands high and will measure full 16 hands when he comes to maturity, is a chestnut sorrel of DARE. average. United States: Per cent, done to May 1, 1917, estimated 58.7 per cent., on May 1 last year, and 56.3 the ten-yeaverage. State Hay. Old crop on farms May 1, estimated 199,000 tons, compared with 228,000 a yearagoand 93,000 two years ten-ye- ar ar the ago. United States: Old crop on farms May 1, estimated 12,500,-00- 0 tons, compared with 14,452,-00- 0 a year ago, and 10.797,000 two years ago. The first price given below is the average on May this year, and the second the average on May 1 last year. State Prices. wheat, 262 and 116 cents per bushel. Corn, 157 and 77. Oats, 86 and 60. Potatoes, 286 and 87. Hay, $16.80 and$13.60 per ton. Eggs, 28 and 17 cents pej dozen. United States Wheat, 145.9 and 102.5 per bushel. Corn, 150.6 and 72J3 cents. Oats, 71.0 and 42.6 cents. Potatoes, 27,9.6 and 948 cents. Hay $14.44 and $122 per ton. Cotton, 18.9 and 11.5 cents per pound. Eggs 30 0 andl8,ljjents per dozen. 1 Bad Colds from Sudden Changes Spring brings aJl kinds of weather and with it come colds and the revival of winter coughs and hoarseners. Dc. Bell's will head off a new cold of stop the old one, the soothing balsams relieve the sore .throat and heal the Irritated tissues. Get a bottle and start treatment at once. At Paull Brag Co. 25c. formula on Bottle. . Pine-Tar-Honey -to-da- y, mates furnished to the Departwith perils, on every hand. We ment of Agriculture by 1,000 The Unfailing Friend." must take our chances, or rob farmers representing widely seplife of many of its finest pleas- arated sections .in 14 States. The Someone may have heard of a ures by shutting ourselves away averages derived from the esti"dog who deserted his master, or from all such associations as mates are embodied in Depart-- , forsook him' in his hour of need. might possibly threaten our pre- ment Bulletin 410, recently pubWe never have,. What the dog cious health. lished, entitled "Value to Farm is in his devotion and fidelity Only those who have known Families of Food, Fuel, and Use man has largely made him during the innumerable generations the rich, abiding friendship of a of House." dog can appreciate what this reIt was found that the total ansince the two entered into friendlationship has meant, and means, nual cost-pe- r person of board for ship. As far back as we can to ten thousand times ten thou- hired help varied from $104 in trace the history of man the dog sand men and women. The com- Vermont and Pennsylvania to appears associated with him as a panionship that has relieved the $162 in New Jersey, and that the sharer of his joys and sorrows, his wealth and his poverty. It otherwise utter loneliness of percentage of this cost paid out many a life, that has answered in cash varied from 15 per cent, would be interesting to know hunger of many a heart for in North Carolina" to 49 per cent, how they came together; under the what circumstances they learned affection and confidence banish in California. This percentage this from the world and you blot is about d in the Eastern to know and trust each other. out a wealth of happiness and section studied, about There have always been man in the corn 'belt States, and women who have not liked comfort from humanity that would leave it vastly poorer. 'dogs. For these the normal man and still less in the Southern There are two- - friends on states. is sorry. Thep are missing some of life's rare and beautiful joys. whose unfailing love man has Spring Colds are Dangerous. Occasionally among these who counted. Two friends whose Sudden changes of temperature and see nothing in the dog but a pos- Jove has followed . him through underwear bring spring colds with sibility of hydrophobia, or a car- eyery path of crime, or shame or stuffed up head, sore throat and genrier or disease, there is one who degregation, over which his way- eral cold sypmtoms, A dose of Dr. denounces him as a peril to our ward feet have wandered his King's New Discovery is sure relief, health and loudly demands his mother and his dog. We do not this happy combination of antiseptic put these two un- balsams clears the head, soothes the extermination. No doubt the for a moment irritated wearying affections in the same haye beenmembranes, and what might a lingering cold is broken dog sometimes does carry disease, category, Qnly the fact we have up. Don't stop treatment when rejust as doctors do, and other peolief is first felt as a half cured cold is ple who come into contact with have Btated remains. dangerous". Take ,Dr. King's till your cold is gone. At the sick. No doubt' there are On the whole we believe the dog Ad has returned to man in devotion Paull Drug Co. times when it is dangerous for children to play with dogs, as at and service all that man has evChicago faces a bread famine er given him, and that, of the times it is dangerous for them to two, were the dog to be Nextted on account of a strike among the go to Sunday School, where some from civilization, man would be bakers, and the government may infectious malady might be con- the sufferer than the dog. be compelled to take over and op tracted. Our lives are beset Dumb 'Animals. erate the bakeries. one-thirone-four- th New-Discover- PEDIGREE: Benjamin Dare sired by Jesse Darei 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 by Mr. B. F. a careful man, and will be found at my barn 1 miles east of Creelsboro. 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, W. A. ARMSTRONG, Creelsboro, Ky. Fred G. Jones & Co ' 1MCOR.PORATED - Brook & A. Sfreefs ILOTJISVrL.l.E, KT5T. WHOLESALE Doors, $ Windows, Mouldings, Porch Columns, .. , . . ";- - Stairways, i . General Building Material. Will Send Catalog On Request -- K fcf irrtl V. TXOTfcS, ;! ....;.. 3Sufcfc. HENRY lunibia. All Classes . DEPP, v& Am permanently located in Co of Denial work .done. Crow dje and Inlay work a Specialty, All Wock Guaranteed' Life Office over G. W. Lowe's Was a Shoe Store RMence Phone 13 B BusInessIPboe IS Isery t BTcTg DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office. Front rooms 'in Jeffries. Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with ... my-bac- k ug Stairs. and bearing-dow- n Columbia, - Kentucky Office: Russell Bidg. . Res. Phone No. I. James Taylor, jColumbia, Ky. M. D. pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help, me until, one day, . . . I decided to wprk than eve?. Such stories make dne more optimistic1. Life and work are evidently good things to these men, and if good to them, they should be good to and for the rest of us. And they are. It is only the man who is afraid of either who gets hurt by it. The man who at 73 years can begin laying of a mile of tile, just because he has learned to enjoy the doing of useful work, is a man to be honored and I started to say envied, but not that emulated. It is better to become such a man as he than to become rich or famous. South-er- n Agriculturalist. three-quarters nnmnmnwiimiimmnwtm . r ' - - , M. Tutt G. R. Reed TUTT & RED rtretiottt 1 ires Plus Our Service Most Miles per Dollar for You OTORISTS everywhere frd$sxk are familiar with telephone RBATi ESTATE DEALERS Offer the following Property for ale: M ' 140 ' FAEMIiAND - acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighbortfbod. Price 84,500.00, one-ha- lf cash, the balance on easjr terms This farm lies 4 miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of lOO acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. " PAEM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price 85,000. stone Tires. Motorists of this community should the big results that car owners get from Fire- Whooping Cough. One of the most successful preparations in use for this disease is Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy. S. W. Blandon Springs, Afa.,writes, "Our baby had whooping cough as bad as most any baby could have itr I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy and it soon got him well." Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Mc-Clinto- n, TAKE H an Will Answer All Calls. H comfort and convenience of car owners. Use Firestone and SANDUSKY BROS. AGENTS COLXnVIBIA, also be familiar with our service and the way it adds to the WELL K DRILLER The Woman's Toflic " I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since I tookardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Carduiwho is a sufferer from any female trouble.'-If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-d- o wn system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. TryCar-du- i. I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest im proved machinery of all kinds. T Pump Repairing me a Gall. Done. Give I. C. YATES , Do not make the mistake of putting too many chicks with a 115 Acresof good land in a good hen, thinking you will do great neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columthings, for in the end you will bia. Price ?1,600. (Bargain) rooms, good TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and Keep brood coops bpen well to lot, situated on one of the best res dence streets in Columbia, near the the sunshine while chicks are;out square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain. during the day. Price on application. -Care of the Chicks. KY. IT mTrarimrannninr n .i ?3 je.; Vermin thrive best when surroundings are filthy. Nohting Dr. checks the growth of chicks NTIST sooner than lice. OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Keep an old broom handy and Ky. Columbia, sweep out brood coops often. RES'PHONE 38. OFFICB PBONI Don't let dropping accumulate in the corners. It helped her. We believe it will help you. Your success with the young chicks depends upon ynu. The All Druggists Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist health of the cliicks depends as J. 68 much on how clean and, dry you Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals keep their brood coops. And you Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on must provide clean fresh water Jamestown road. and wholesome food. ternoon, before he had been Phone 114 G. There is very little danger of Columbia, Ky. standing at the bar of the Hog gapes if chicks are' kept shut up Ford still house thirty minutes. rainy days and mornings till the 15 YeafS Practice Free Consultation Dock Hocks has gone on a vis- grass dries off and floors of to other side of Dr. Menzi'es it the He took along'hisMusket brood coops are 'kept dry and pock- clean. Ridge. et comb, as he wants his hair to Rheumatism. look nice when making the first If you aye troubled with chronic or impression. Butler B'l'd'S on Publfe Square. muscular rheumatism "give Chamber Raz Barlow cannot believe lain's Liniment a trial. The relief COZ.rnvli3lA, ICY. . is alone what some high doctor says about from pain which it affords Obtain w8rth many times its cost. eating, to the effect that what able at Paull Drug Co. Hogwallow Locals. DKNTALOFB'XCE James Triplet! House and Lot: House with six out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limits. Price 8850.. SSOO for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. -- HANg: linmvm 7 acres oi good limestone land. L. H. Jones Three room residence, two barn?, two good springs, one well, one of the. best locations in Gradyviile. the creek. Price right Away from . tjT Sold By -- mm . anajoTTecc 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. Have you ever noticed how some houses "always have a way of looking better and more attractive than any of the others near them? Analyze this difference, and many find it is due to the fact that times you-wilthese houses are always kept well painted, and in harmonious colors. Upon further inquiry you will also find in a majority of the cases that the paint used' Is l Hanna's FARM James OSTeOFTft. ing of 200 acrea, 100 acres In woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn Situated 4$ miles south of Campbellsville, on Eobinson creek. Price 83,000. 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 meadowj" 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone land, 8600 to 8800 worth rof 124 acre in Taylor county Consist- Green Seal The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. you eat -- to-da- y you are to-morr- ago buried his money in a mule terday and has not felt a collar in his potato patch on Musket Ridge, has dugit up and buried it in the Dog Hill grave yard, where everybody is honest. Clab Hancock, who stopped smoking the first of January, finds that he has enough matches and tobacco saved up to run him until early Christmas. Much has appeared in public print concerning the 0 d Oaken Bucket, when in fact it never could' have risen to public notice without the pull of the rope. Yam Sims met with a girl friend of his in Tickville the other day and walked down the street with her. Fe got along all right with the conversation, barely missing a syllable, but he had a hard time trying to, keep step. A revoviing sign has been placed outside the barbershop at Tickville. On days when there is no wind the sign can be moved inside where there is plenty of conversation. Ellick. Hellwanger caught by far the largest fish ever taken from Gander creek Thursday if . The Old Miser, who some time because he ate a squirrell tom. yes- Spring Careof Bees. symp- A Symbol of Health. The Ppthagorians of Ancient Greece atn simple food, practiced temperance and purity. As a badge they used the five pointed star which they regarded as .a symbol of health. A red five pointed star appears on each package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still w fulfills its ancient mission as a symbol begins. of health. If you are troubled with indigestion, biliousness or contslpation Bees need just three things geti a package of these tablets from during the spring, and all of your druggist. You will be" surprised at the quick relief which they afford. these can be readily supplied by Obtainable at Paull Durg Co. the beekeeper. These are plen In view of the probable shortagejof the domestic sugar supply this year, it is highly desirable that beekeepers increase the production of honey to the greatest possible extent To this end im mediate steps should be taken to insure the proper building up of the colonies before the honey-flo- timber. Price 82,800. W. ). Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated . 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Eoads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price 81,200. Louisville, Kentucky. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, 4 acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price ?1,200 eacn. -- WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our CataIog Windows, with-si- House and lot on Fa.it Ground Street rooms, good weljand outbuildings, all new, house wired for lights. x Price 81,150. If you want to .buy or sell it will pay you to do business witTTus, we are sellr ing some and pleasing buyer and seller. We also (for private reasons) have other valuable property that we have Desirable dwelling house and 'six acres of and ninety land in the town of Columbia, good outbuildings and a small tenant house, good orchard arid well watered. 82,500. Protect Setting Hens. from Mites mite breeding, and the entire nest may be dusted occasionally and Lice. Desirable Old Age. We now have 12 and 15-inc- h tile in the place of the open ditch running clear across the farm-o- ver of a mile. That is where I have spent most of the time for two months leveling 'up and laying the tile. I am a little proud of it, as I began the ditch on the day I was 73 years old. We. have had it for a pick-u- p job." Thus writes a prominent Ohio farmer, in his . . farm paper. Jiisli before I read his letter I was reading the story of a railroad president .who says he is more interested in his three-quarters 71-year-- ty of stores, plenty of room for broud rearing and plenty of pro tection. The stores should have been provided last fall, but in case colonies" are found which are not abundantly supplied, a syrup of granulated sugar" should be fed. Small quantities from day to day are usually less val uable than a considerable quantity all at one time. This may be given on any warm day, and should, if convenient, be fed in a feeder entirely inside the hive. not advertised but will sell. Want lo buy 400 or 500 acres of land for Hunting ground. Donlt care lor quality or Improvements. Don't want it to rough and near a stream. If price is cheap enough can sell it for you. In Adair or Eussell counties. Three residences on Hurt Street just out of corporate limits of the town of -- Columbia. Prices, 8400, $300 and $700. Wilt give you a bargain; come and see Replying to a Federal' inquiry, them if you want something cheap. old Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen declared that Kentucky crops this year would be larger ' Z than usual. .. COLUMBIA., K3T . maimumuuuiBuuummut - with pyrethrum. Broken eggs Great care should be taken to and straw soiled by them should removed promptly, as they keep nests- - occupied by setting be tend to attract mites. hens free from mites. It is hard to work effectively against the "Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done Wonders for me." mites when many hens are brood"I have been a sufferer from stomach ing. Oil in the form of crude petroleum' 'sprays the treatment trouble for a number of years, 1 have used a great number recommended by specialists in of remedies recommended for this the United States Department of complaint, Chamberlain's Tablets la Agriculture used freely about the first medicine that has givta me the house at that time, may soil positive and lasting relief," writes Mrs. Anna Kadln, Spencerport, N. Y. the eggs and prevent successful "Chamberlain,s Tablets have done quarters, wonders for me and I value them very Infested Jiatching.highly." Obtainable at Paull Drug therefore, should be treated thor- Co. oughly before hena are set, so as The House Ways and Means, to start them in nests that are committee proposes to lower exabsolutely clean. Beneath, the emption on income tax.Jto $2,000 straw oLth&'nest a layer of lime for married men and.ijlOM.for ;n; ,alPw wi 't0meBt single men. " Vandal-though - m -- - -- -- ."'. & -- , .ft 0 lfbj, r-- 1 -- 3 COUNTY neWs - i LOCALS. Mr. TJ. S. DtSTEIOT CdtTRTv WEST- - , ERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY. Relative .Value of Food. Editor News'. matter of the most widelyjknown newspaper men In the In these times of high prices aud of la Bankruptcy scarcity of provision, and with a prosin Kentucky, died at Lyndon, a sub- - a0mi; winf rey' .,i.T.t....iii. iTl.. ., pect of more serious times ahead of On this 28th day of April A. D., ruuB uiiuo 1IO , BUlWr OlUB OWUU-H,Q tlHnn nf us, every garden and every farm ard, published at TJebanon, Ky, but a little more bankrupt for discharge, should be made to yieldyielded' for the past twenty years he was an the aforesaid ever before. Qled on the 26th day of April, A. D., than they have editorial writer on the Courier-Journa- l. Now is the time to do the work that 1917. ifc is ordered bv the court that a He was 77 years old. His re- hearing behad upon the same on the will make this possible. With a larger acreage and better cultivation, there mains were interred at Lebanon, the 23rd day of June A. D., 1917, before greater care in gathering Masonic Fraternity being in charge said court at Louisville in said district, should be He was a Past Grand Master of Kenand preserving crops' 10 in the forenoon, or as tucky, and one of the best informed at o'clock It is also important to raise the near thereto as practicable, and that men, on Masonic subjects in the State. crops that will give the best results in notice thereof be published one time newspaper food. The Government reports and There are two elements that enter in Aeair County News, .a bulletins, which can be procured by into the investment in a road that printed in said district, and that all any one desiring them, give the analpersons in make it different in aspect from the known creditors and other kind! of food interest may appear at said time and ysis of all the different Investment in a house or other comby m and their nutrative valile. used modity. One is the fact that the road place and show cause, if any they have, Permit us to give a few facts taken is a permanent investment. No coun- why the prayer of said "petitioner from the table of food compositions ty expects to get its money out of the should not be granted. may be of value to your readWitness the Honorable Walter which investment by selling. It becomes ers. It gives the constituent elfixed capitl of a peculiar kind. A Evans, Judge of said Court, and the ements that enter into our diet and it county cannot pick up its roads and seal thereof, at Louisville, in said dis shows the amount of these, water, April A. D., sell them. It can not sell them in trict, on the 28th day of protein, fat, carbohydrates and ash, in A. G. Ronald, Clerk, 1917. place; neither can it ordinarily use the different articles of food, vegetaby M. E. Hollihan, D. C them so as to obtain a cash income ble and animal, and also in the differ from them or any form of cash return. ent cuts of meat as furnished by A Political Card. If the roads gtf to pieces, it is an abso butchers. A little examinrtion will lute loss of fixed capital unrecoverable 1 To the Republicans voters of Adair teach that the most costly cuts are not in any way. Again, a road is a perish- county I hereby announce myself a always of most nutritive value. able structure. It is exposed to all candidate for School Superintendent Protein, fat and carbohydrates all sorts and conditions of weather, and of Adair county, subject to the action furnish energy or fuel for muscular acis subjected to heavy and rough treat- of the Republican voters"in the Au- tion. ment in its normal use. The result is gust primary. Having been a teacher Protein forms tissue (mnscular tena constant and often rapid wear and. in the common schools for several don, and probably fat ) Fat forms WTCTT4 5J r&SJjm,iJ ; deterioration. To meet this we must years, I realize that the hea'd of the fatty tissue, and the carbohydrates be prepared to do such work as may public school system of a county is the transformed into fat sugar, starcli - -- . yv "Sy.'H " ...r--..., TSV- -t v become necessary at a variable annual most important officer elected by- - it's etc. The mineral matter (Ash) aids charge. people. Since the welfare of the chil- in forming bone, and assists in digesThe above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the Famous PERCHERON STALLION. as well as of those who tion, etc. dren of Tribute of Respect. The unit of the measure of energy He will make the season of 1917, at my barn one and a half miles south of Columbia, on the Burkes-vill- e are to come after us, is dependent management of this or fuel is the calorie A calorie is the road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. Since we last assembled here at largely upon the office. It should be filled by one who is amount of heat which would raise a DESCRIPTION: Judas is an 8 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 700 pounds, and is 161 hands high. school God has removed from our alive physically, mentally and morally pound of water 4 degrees F. midst and from the affair of this life One pound of protein furnishes 1860 He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Percheron horse. effto the life beyond, E. W. Reed, for It is the belief that I can render calories of energy, one pound of carbo- The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I many years the superintendent of icient service, if elected, that impels hydrates furnishes 1860 calories of en- will gladly show me to ask for this important position. you his certificate of registration and pedigree, this school. pound of fat furnishes 4220 A man's fitness for the discharge of ergy, one His death comes as a personal sorMoney due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neighborhood. calories of energy. row to each one of us and is felt as a public trust can be best judged, not Dietary Standard for The American All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. great loss to us and to the church. by his campaign promises, but by his a man at moderate work calls for 0.28 conduct in private life. His life was that of a faithful and Joi-iis-r 1ST. If as a citizen I have lived on the pound protein' and 3,500 calories of enconsistent christian, and his example square, and as a teacher have meas- ergy per day. for righteousness will long be feltln Vegetables are in general terms caram ured up the the community in which he lived. justified to askingrequirements, I but bohydrates although they contain Increase in customs duties, 8200,000-00your support, in Hig labors ended he has entered into my sdme protein and fat. rest the rest promised to the chil- if I have not done these things Analysis shows that beef (hind mail matter, Increase in first-clasrecord will reveal it. I believe that dren of God. mail matpossible, be quarter) contains 15.3 per cent., pro- $70,000,000; in second-clasBowing in submission to His will this office should as far as politics, but at tein, 15.6 per cent., fat, and the fuel ter, $19,000,000. whodoeth all things well. We join removed from partisan Is Coming To The Front value of a pound is 945 calories. Transportation: Freight bills, in sympathy with the members of his the same time 1 believe that each man Fresh tenderloin pork contains 19 G passenger tickets, 875,000,000; family, his brother and sister, and should have a settled conviction, as per cent., protein, 14.4 fat, and its fu- express bills, $15,000,000; pipe lines, well as the courage to admit it and children in their sad bereavement. $4,500,000; seats, berths and staterthe fidelity to stand by it. While I el value is 970 calories per pound. Presbyterian Sunday School. Roller process flour contains 11.3 per ooms, $750,000. will appreciate any support that I may receive from the members of other cent., protein, 2 2 fat, and its fuel valElectric lights, gas, domestic power, Announcement. parties, yet I have no double natured ue is 1645 calories per pound. telephonevservice, $30,000,000. Corn meal bolted contains 8.9 proThis is to announce that. I am a can- political qualities to describe in an atTelegraph and telephone messages, didate for the office of Clerk of the tempt to catch such support. 1 would tein, 1.8 fat, and its fuel value is 1665 $7,000,000. Adair County Court, subject to the have no man vote for me under the calories per pound. Advertising $7,500,000. , Dried beans contain 22.3 protein, 1.8 action of the Democratic party at the belief that I am or have ever been any fat, and its fuel value is 1590 calories Insurauce, $5,000,000. August Primary, 1917. Having be- tiling except a RepublicariMn belief as Automobiles, truck and motorcycles, come familiar with the duties of this well as practice, one whoj has helped per pound. Cowpeas contain a small fraction $68,000,000; tires and tubes, 812,500,-000- . office by an experience of over two to fight the battles of his party, years and also having bad considerable grieved with its members in defeat less of protein and fat, and are of the same fuel value as dried beans. business training and experience for and rejoiced with them in victory. phonograph Musical instruments, in My. name will be on the ballot It wjjl be seen from the foregoing records, 87,000,000. DAKOTA JACK work of this character heretofore, Right now this country is calling for men of stout hearU and sound bodies. makes me feel justified in presenting the August primary, and if nominated that dried beans and cowpeas are deMotion picture films, $7,000,000. these claims to the voters of this or defeated I will be found doing my cidedly richer in protein, the muscle Jewelry, $7,500,000. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsulled in the air. county for their consideration in mak- share in an effort to elect our nom making element of food, than either Sporting goods, golf clubs, baseball The exigency now confronting us emphasises, as nothing else could do, the beef or pork, and they furnish much Yours Respectfully, ing their selection of a candidate to inees. bats, billiard aud pool tables and balls, importance of good health, both as an individual and national asset r more energy or fuel than either of P. P. Wesley. make this race If nominated and them. In fact, the dried bean and $2,000,000. elected, it shall be my endeavor to do It- gives point to the suggestion, often emenating from this office, that every Pleasure boats, ?5,000,000 pea carry a higher per cent., of pro you gcod service in this capacity. If Latest War News. tein than any ottier food. Perfumes and cosmetics, $4,750, OO. body spould guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself you want me to bethe Clerk, it will running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the casgwith What is the lesson of practical valStorming the German line3 East of Proprietary medicines, $8,500,000. be a pleasure to hear of your speaking ue at this time that we get from the everybody at timds, you ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of right out in meetin' at the August Arras alon a twelve mile front, BritChewing-gum- , 81,00o,000. Primary to that effect and rest as ish troops have forced back, the Ger- above figures? -S Admission COM It is, in my judgment, that we amusements, to theaters and other sured that your vote will be appreci- mans at two important points and $60,000,000. have established themselves in Bulle-cour- t, should not neglect to put in all the ated. The Greatest System Builder and Spring Tonic in the World the scene of many desperate navy beans, cowpeas and soy beans we Dues in clubs and other organizaGeo. J. Epperson (Legally Guaranteed to Satisfy you, or Money Back) struggles recently. Heavy losses were can conveniently with due regard to tions, $1,500,000. If you'll dokthat you will not experience' the discomfiture of being sent War estate tax, $6,000,000 (estimatA Very Quiet Wedding. inflicted on the Germans and more other crops to be raised. It is not expected or desired that they entirely ed, however, that the increase will back home for the laclTof red blood when you answer the call of the colors. than 700 prisoners were taken. Without giving the armies of Crown supercede a reasonable meat diet, but yield $38,500,000 when in full operation, So quiet did Miss Jennie Mat Jones, sells at One Dollar for Three Boxes, legally guaranteed Virgin Island internal revenue, $20,- of this place, and Mr. Robt. L. Weth-ingto- Prince Rupprecht time to recover af- they can supplement it, and to a large for the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder, blood, indigestion, headache, of Clementsville, Casey coun- ter the repulse of their ineffecnual extent supply us with a wholesome di 000. rhedmatism and nervousness. ty, keep their intentions, that but counter attacks, Field Marshal Haig et to meet any shortage from that Basil. early Saturday threw his' forces source. They all yield good returns in few people in Columbia knew of their SCIENCE SOAP is best for Human Skin, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. against three vital points in the line one soil and can be planted very safemarriage until several days after their Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all pains, bruises, bums etc.,,25c and 50c protecting Douai and in each place ly as late as the 10th of July. union. In protein jalue, or for energy three The grippe is raging in this com- bottles. gained his objective. Atthe Southern The couple had been going together munity, luving no respect of persons, ' for about two years, and it was gen- end of. the line was Bullecourt, pro quarters of a pound of either of them but affecting every member of the 3PA.U3LX, DiRTJQ CO'S., COLUMBIA, KY. erally predicted that they would even tecting Queant. Here thousands have is about the equivalent of a pound of family in many homes. .TACKAWJbLLTE-jVIOOSREMEDY CO. DAKOTA tually get married, and the prediction fallen in attacks and counter attacks meat In fact it we have these, and (UJCOnPORATED) Loney Coomer lost a very fine cow came true last Saturday night week, in the last two weeks." The battle some smoked bacon (which is 60.2 per LOXJISVIXX.K, ICSf. WEST? SROADWAY May 5th. The couple left the Jones here lasted for many hours .during cent , fat,) cornbread, and biscuit oc- the other day. Also Mrs. Frances 3720-3- 1 residence about 7 o'clock, saying they which the British firmly placed them- casionally, and vegetables, there need Moss lost her cow a few days before. were going to church. Instead they selves in the village, but the fighting be no occasion for alarm, or for any We are anticipating a nice time y body in Adair county. came over on the square, got into a still goes on. the'30th inst. We have not failed Our fathers lived and thrived on Tiie way was cleared in Congress for waiting automobile, went to for several years to decorate our similar diet in the early days. Why and were married by Father Col. Roosevelt, if he is given authorfriends graves on that day. Murray, pastor of the Catholic Church ization by 'the Administration, to cannot we do the same if it becomes Mr. W. C. Coomer is lying at the H. C. Baker. that city, returning to Columbia la- raise a division - of volunteers for serv- necessary? point of death. ing in France. ter, and to the home of the bride NEW REVENUE MEASURE. Reversing the previous action 'and They are now at Gradyville where Winter is sure to come again, that's why Chir Snnday school is progressing the groom is engaged in business, and overriding the Conference Committee Washington, May 10. The War Rev- nicely with Mack Coomer you will need our Big Bed Blankets, Jeans, where they will remain for several on the Army Draft Bill, the House enue Bill 4s' calculated to raise, in Suits, Yams,, &c. Old " Fashioned, like months. From Gradyville they will voted 215 to 178 to empower the Presfigures , $1,810, 420,000. It is ex Edgar Moss and Miss Ida Gibson. come to this place, for a few month's ident to extend authority for recruit pected to produce this yield: Mother used to make. Don't sell your , were married he 5th ult. tay, and later will locate permanent- ing such a division. This sent the Income tax: Hew war income tax, wool yet, ship it to us, ship by rail, boat Army Bill back to conference, but the $532,700,000; retroactive tax on inly at Clementsville. Theservices.of Eev. O. P. Bush has Thebrideisadaughterof Mr. a'nd'Mrs Senate already had adopted a similar comes, $108,0007000. or" mail. If it's .Wool, start it this way J.'B. Jones, and is quite an attractive aw honzation .during original consld-erHu- n Additional excess profits, $108,000,-00- 0 been secured by Joe C. Sims, propriand we'll get it. Ask for samples, price, etor of the Lebanon Marble and Granyoung woman, who has many frienrls of the measure and its confer&c. The groom Js a popular and very in ees are expected to agree quickly to jt Liquors: Distilled spirits, 100,000,-00- ite works, to represent said Sims in Adair dounty. The selection is a good .young man, W. Hopper, who was one of J. ,!. -- " ,. Judas Nn 7628d -.,, -- -.- -- jrTyl to-da- y 1 Coistover. 0. s Blooded A mencamsm s $77,-500,00- 0; r - CEL AjR COM-CEL-SA- R n, T going-hungr- Camp-belisrill- e, Nn (gthMamn; -- 0; dustrious who bears ac having a host of quatntanceship, lxiends in Adair county His father died a few weeks ago, but hisbrothers and sisters are living, fine people of Casey county. We trust that this union will prove ftblessing to the contracting' parties and that only happiness will come into their lives so long as both may live Mi. Bush is in possession of a catalogue showingall kinds and styles ofStones, and would be pleased to Soft drinks, syrups, etc , 820,000,000. show them to his friends when called upon 't obuy this character work. The Cigars, $11,000,000; cigarecfes, Committee oMlie Council of Worktobacco, $30,000,000; snuff, Sims work can be seen in the cememen's and Soldiers' delegates, declared 28-' tery. The army should take the offensive $2,000,000; cigarette paper, $200,000. and calry out the movements which Stamp taxes including documents ADAIR COUNTY NEWS $1.00. strategy demands, he said.. and playing cards,$33,000,000. now. The entire Eussian proletariat indignantly rejects the idea t)f a separate peace with the Germans, M. Skobeleff, a member of the Executive rectified spirits, $7,500,000; fermented liquors, $37,000,000; wines, one- - 3favmers Woolen flMlls. E. L. REESE, Mgr. Jamestown, Ky. $25,-000,00- 0; 4t TIEDE JSTEWS, ONE DOTTiAR. s