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The Adair County news: June 6, 1917 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1917 ada1917060601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: June 6, 1917 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ., J. - . S J-- .HE ''" VOLUME XX Mr. Jas- COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1917. f NUMBER 32 'Oil Machinery Removed. Substance of Will, Mrs. Kizzie Mr. J. H. Judd, who was charged States flag now floats from padding the the tax books, feet with It the end of a pole seventy-fiv- e Russell. e corner. The while he was acting as deputy sheriff, high, on the sicken and died. The Sunlight Oil Company, of PennThis-wi- ll flag was purchased by subscription, under Mr. S. H. Mitchell was given a sylvania, quit drilling on Horace was probated in the Adair Mr. A. C. Loy, of Olga, was here at Monday the Chautauqua will and 'Dr. Jas. Triplett secured the trial inthe Adlir circuit court last county court Monday. The provisNext reJeffries' farm last week, and have the lot sale. open. A very large crowd Is expected pole andsdirected, with assistance, the week and acquitted. His many friends moved to T. P. Dunbar's farm this ions are: Mr. Smith Gill wrestled with the from all adjoining counties. will be glad to learn of the verdict of county, where' raising of same. another well will be 1st. She wills that all her just debts mumps last week. thejury. J. F. Montgomery, L. C. Win- put down. On the Jeffries' farm the be paid. Prof. Ivan McDougle, who is very frey aud Ray Montgomery representCall at T. E. Wagoner's , for Porch 2d. To her husband, J. O. Russell, Messrs. J. W. Flowers and Fred 9111 kindly remembered here, has been ap- ed the defense. A. A. Huddleston depth of about seven hundred feet she gives all her interest in were in Louisville Sunday. swings. the stock was reached. Oil sand and a small pointed an Intelligence Officer in the and Gordon Montgomery the Common3I-quantity of oil was found. The man- of goods notes and accounts owned by Mrs. W. n. Goff, Monticello, is visArmy Medical Corps, from Massachu- wealth. ager Informed The News that he had Russell & Co., and her interest in a iting relatives in Columbia. town lot adjoining Braxton Massie. now in its third setts, and expects to sail for duty in Circuit court is Mrs. Cora Wisdom, who was the sufficient evidence that there was oil, Mrs. Eose Strange, Glenville, has week, ond will probably continue un- Frauce in a short time. His present 3rd. She devises to her sister, Mrs. wife of J. W. Wisdom, and who lived in paying quantities in Adair county, S. L. Kinniard, 1,000; to address is Richmond, Ky. been very sick for some days. Saturday. the chiltil near Breeding, died recently. She and perhaps several wells would be dren of Mrs. Docia Hamilton, wife and mother, Dr. Jas. Taylor, In the case of Ed Morgan against was 37 years, three months and seven sunk before reaching it, Other com to her sister, Mrs. Mary A. Bell', $500; All Royal Arch Masons, n regular Friday. went to Louisville last panies. so we are informed, contem standing, are urged to attend an im- Lee Grant and others, suing for dam- days old. She was a devoted Christ- plate drilling in the county. to her.sister, Mrs. Lizzie Pulllam, ages, claiming that Mr. Grant had ian woman, and was known as a friend Coy E. Dudgeon, of Lebanon, portant Mr. S500; To the children of her deceased meeting next Friday night. &) sold hinx-hoginfected with cholera, to all the people of the neighborhood. was in Columbia last Saturday brother, J. D. Walker, 3700; to the Big Decline in Wheal. jury gave the plaintiff one hun- Besides her husband, she left four the Have you seen those Davenports at children of her deceased brother, S. R. Mr. Geo. McMaban made a business dred dollars, each side paying its own children, who have the sympathy of Murray's Store. Walker, 3700; to her brother, R. fl. trip to Green county last week. cost. The suit was brought - for the entire community. The funeral Chicago, May 31. July wheat to Walker, $700; to the children of her Hodgenville, Mrs. Eliza Wilson, of and burial were largely attended. , day went under 2 a bushel and touch deceased sister, Lela Hunter, $500; to This is registration day and the boys $1,000. is visiting relatives in Columbia 4 ed 81.91, is 89 cents lower than the children of her deceased sister, coming in quite lively. Polls are are Mr. Rich Dillon, Breeding, a young Attorney General M. M. Logan re- the price which immediately Mr. J. L. Goodman, Glasgow, spent opened at all the voting precincts in which preced- Mrs. Joe Bell, ?500; to her niece, Miss man in Columbia, under- signed his position to bscome a mem- ed "" a few days in this place last week. county. restrictive regulations by the Myra Bell, 3200; to her friend," Miss the went an operation, in Louisville, last ber of the tax Commission. Mr. Board of Trade here two weeks ago. Sallie Field, 3500; to her niece, Mrs. Mr. Guy Stevenson returned from Friday, for appendicitis, and whenj CharleB Morris will succeed him as At Monday was county court, but on Flour prices have, to a large extent, James Menzies, ?500, which is to be College last Sunday night. Georgetown present account of two weeks of circuit court Dr. H. B Simpson, who accompanied torney General. He is the followed the lead of wheat. No agi- held in trust; to her executor, $500; young man to the hospital, left assistant Attorney General. Mr. LoNellie Follis, who has been preceding, Miss it brought but few people the city, the patient was doing reastation has developed among bakers to to the fund created and held by the the teaching in Oklahoma, has returned to Columbia. gan takes a position that pays about reduce bread prices, however. At the M. E. Church, South, for the support onably well. home. $500 less per annum than the Attorney lop ui uie nuirKeo cne loai was of superanuated ministers, of said General's office, but his fitness for the advanced to 10 cents, On and after this date, May 14, 1917, and the The high wind that struck Colum-- a Church, 3500; to the endowment fund Mr. J. N. Gillenwater and son, Commission and the insistance upon loaf made its appearance. of'Tompkinsville, were here a few hair cutting, shampoos, massages and bia, Jast Friday morning, tore hole, This was of. the Lindsey-Wilso- n Training part of his friends ruled his ac- attributed largely to singeing will be 25 cents at all times. twenty-fee- t long in the tent of the the days ago. the advance of School, of Columbia, Ky., 81,000; to wheat and flour. Walter Sullivan, Williams Stock Company that played tion. the Woman's Missionary Society of Miss Thetis Williams who has been Good crops reports from Texas and the Methodist Church, 8500, to be inLoy. Asa here for two weeks. The company who was a home teaching in Oklahoma, returned Arthur Waggener Gunn, left for Campbellsville Sunday, and prominent citizen of the State of Oklahoma were influential in the de- vested and the income to be invested last week. grand jury for the present term will play . The in keeping up the church house in Cothere a week. It is a clean Washington, was accidentally killed cline of wheat. Mr. R. E. Stewart, Lexington, made of circuit conrt was in session eleven show and gave satisfaction here. lumbia, Ky., no part of the principal upsetting recently. by his automobile a business trip to Columbia last days. During the session it returned Saved With a Fishing HooK. to Be used except it becomes necessary years old. His mothHe was fifty-on- e fifty-tw- o indictments. Thursday. Will Young is now a chauffeur for er, before her marriage, was Miss Cat-ti- e to build a new church house, then all Mr. 'W. E. Noe Mr. R. L. Campbell, who is in the Paul Wilson, son of W. E. Wilson, if required. Waggener, and in her young days Chautauqua at Columbia will open Campbellsville. between Columbia and He meets all trains was revenue service, is at home for a next Monday, June 11th. Read the about Columbia. She and Willie Wilson, son of Walker 4th. She wills that all her jewelry be short time. interesting features published in The and is one of the safest drivers on the is an aunt of Mr. Mont Cravens, The Wilson, are first cousins, and they live sold and the proceeds equally divided He is accommodating, - road. he tells jou what time he and deceased was a favorite nephew of Dr. near Milltown. Their ages are the between the Presbyterian and the News. Buy a season ticket. Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, who when will Arthur Waggener, who died in Co- same, eleven years. A few days ago Methodist churches of Columbia, Ky., teaching in Allensville, has rereach a given point, you may depend lumbia five years ago. they went to Russell's creek, to spend to be used by them through the propMy line of ladies and misses white turned home. on his word. The traveling public dea few hours fishing. They took seats er officers for Missionary work. 32-- lt Mr. B. E. White, Bowling Green, shoes and slippers, also patent leather light to ride with him.. on a log that was lying in six foot wa5th. After the cash devises if there t Notice. made a business trip to Columbia a slippers at greatly reduced prices. ter. Willie lost his balance f romsome remains a surplus the remainder Is to Mr. Bryan Garnett, son of Mr. H. B. few days since. cause and fell into the Nei- be used in keeping up the town of CoIf dwellings are built on all the lots Garnett, was notified ten days ago I have at my place, two miles north ther of the boys can swim,creek. Willie lumbia and the city cemetery. and Miss ZellaPelley, who taught In the sold in the Fair Grounds addition last passed the civil service of Purdy, a red and whitespotted heif was going down the second She names her husband, J. O. Rustime when High School, Barbourville, is at home Thursday there will be a considerable that he had examination. Siuce he received his er. Owner oan get ner Dy paying for Paul fell upon an idea to save his life. sell, as executor of her will, and he is for the summer. town in East Columbia. Fifty-sevepapers he has been offered several im- this notice and her keeping. He quickly drew up his fishing line, not required to give bond, and is to building lots were sold. Miss Thomasine Garnett, who has portant positions, in the service ofthe 32-H. O. Corbin and taking hold of the sinker, he threw take his time in making settlements. been in school at Williamsburg, regovernment. He is a very capable it to the drowning boy. The hook Where bequeasts are made to The Union Central Life Insurance young man and will make good in turned home last week. Public Sale. caught in his shirt, and Paul pulled schools and churches she directs that Company will loan money on farm him to shore. It was a trying time, the money"be paid to the officers qualMr. J. F. Bledsoe and Mr. L. S. lands on twenty year plan and save anything he undertakes. but Paul greatly rejoiced in saving ified to receive it. Guthrie, of Amandaville, were here a you big interest on same. See C. C. Mr. Edgar Repd, who had ahead On Saturday, the 9th day of June, the life of day or two of last week. his little cousin, and no one This will was dated Jan., 12, 1917, Carroll agent for loan. been accepted as qualified to enter the 1917, all the personal property of the could have been more gratified than and was witnessed by R. F. Paull and Columbia, Ky. f Mrs. Cecil Ramsey arrived from service of "Uncle Sam," left for Louis- late Mrs. Lou Loy will be sold to the the rescued' boy. J. W. Flowers. Monticello last Friday night and will Wednesday of last week, to be highest bidder, on the premises. The Mr. J. W. Richards, of this place, ville property consists of cows, hogs, farmremain until the Chautauqua closes. grew and sold fifty gallons of straw- sworn in and assigned to duty. Messrs. Work of the Grand Jury. household and kitchMr. M. F. Sparks, of Edmonton, and berries besides what was used and put Albia Eubank, Jo Harris, this place, ing implements, THE LOT SALE. begin at 10 a. m. The following indictments were reMr Herbert Sparks, of East Fork, up at home. He grew some berries, and Ed Hill, Gradyville, accompanied en, furniture. Sale to Asa Loy, for the Heirs. Others will turned bythe last Adair county grand were here, looking for,stock last week. one hundred and thirty making a gal- him for examination. probably follow this week. The lot sale which was pulled off in jury: Dr. R. A. Jones, wife and little lon. Program. this place last Thursday by the WakeBreach of the Peace 15 daughter, Cincinnati, are spending Mr. Logan Lawless, who lived at field Realty Company, of Shelbyville, Trespass Mr. John E. Davis, who was a na4 several weeks with Dr. Jones' parents, Eastern, Mo., and who visited his Ky., drew a large crowd to the Fair Adultery tive of Taylor county, died at Bengal, The young ladies will met with two miles out of town. D Lawless, at Denmark, which were purchased Ind., recently. . He was a sister of brother, county, Petit Larceny Myers' residence, l Grounds,ago by said real estate some died one day last Miss Hyde, at Mr. commonths H. Conover, wife and baby, Mrs. Susie Page, Cane Valley, this Russell Dr. P. Selling Liquojr. 4 years old, June the 6: week. He was forty-fou- r n pany, cut into town lota Vernon, Ky , are visiting at the county. He was in his forty-fift- h Mt. Concealed Weapons 5 Piano Solo Alma McFarland. and was a victim of pulmonary troubhome of Mrs Conover's parents, Mr. year. Disturbing Worship 3 and sold to the highest bidder. The ' Martha Grissm. Current Events le. His remains were conveyed to his sale was started at 10 o'clock, a. m., '' Mrs. G. B. Smith. and Reckless Weapons Solo Eva and when the hour of 4 o'clock was I am opposed to consolidation of Missouri home for burial. He was a Description Walker. opera Marguer- Pointing a Pistol at Another 1 of- an Mrs. R. A. Myers and son, Robert schools where it is not practicable farmer aud a native of Russell countv. Grand Larceny 2 reached in the afternoon every Jqt had Page, of Monticello, arrived last and where would put children too ite Lovett. was one lot given it Seduction 3 been sold. There Thursday night and will remain until far from school.' Story Bonnie Judd. away, the oneholdingthe lucky ticket If it be practicable, In the destructive fire which visitStore-hous- e Breaking into a 1 the Chautauqua closes. to become its owner. Mrs. Priscilla at any point and the people want it, ed Atlanta, Ga , last week, Mr. Lynn All the young ladies are invited. Detaining a Woman 1 Rhorer's handsome and costly resiMr. B H. Skaggs, of the Greens-bur- g then I would iavor it. Dohoney held the winning ticket, and 1 For Sale. dence was caught and destroyed. Tobias Huffaker. bar, was here last Wednesday, she was given a deed to the lot. Injury to Telephone line 1 There was some insurance, but not on legal business He was accompaThe grounds were purchased Jay the Obtaining property by false Wolford Bros., Casey Creek, who enough to cover the loss. Mr. Rhor-e- r nied by Mr. Dawson Warren, of near A finely bred Jersey cow, with, male pretense 1 Messrs. Wakefield at a cost of $2,500, are enterprising citizens, have puris a son of Hon. M. H.Rhorer, and Greensburg. Willful Murder l and the expense incurred in putting chased a large truck which will be was born and reared in Columbia. He calf 6 weeks old. Splendid milker, on tne sale amounted to perhaps $350. Miss Irene Murrell, of Craycrafb, ac- used in hauling goods from depot at is nephew of Mr. M. a Cravens, this well broken. Price cow and calf $80. . Total 52 The total sum received for the Iota companied her cousin, Mr. Walter Campbell8Ville to the business men of place. J. 0. Russell. foots up 8,6,744.72, leaving- a clear profMurrell, to Champaign, 111., where the Casey Creek section. it of over three thousand dollars. she will spend a month at the home RecruitinifOffice, Louisville. Phelps Bros, and Bennett & Gras-haMarried at Lebanon. of her uncle, Mr, H. A. Murrell. The Senateyfeadily confirmed the v It is a little remarkable how quickly stock dealers, of this place, in The following was received from the as large a transaction as this can be appointment of Gen. Percy Haly to the last six months, have received one Mr. Leon Lewis, who is employed Helm Dohoney, a na- War Department and we are asked to settled. The sale was over at 4 o'clock Miss for the Seventh at Toledo, Ohio, reached home last become the- Collector Haly's appoint- hundred thousand dollars for hogs tive of Bettie county, sister of Mrs. J. publish same: Adair in the afternoon on Thursday, and at shipped and sold on the Louisville Thursday for a two weeVs visit. He Kentucky district. Progress in recruiting is unsat- 8 o'clock Friday morning, the com O. Browning and Mrs. Ray Page, was ment was secured by the influence of market'. appears to be in fine health All his It is estimated that the in Lebanon, last Wednesday, isfactory. Less than fifty per cent., pany had transferred thejlots, received Senator J. C. W. Beckham. young friends were glad to see him. chickens, turkeys and eggs, shipped married to Prof. G. H. England, who is prin- war quota regular army obtain- Its pay, and was off for their home hi Ratio Blades, who lived ,in Metcalfe by the different poultry dealers out of cipal of the school at Bradfoidsville, ed in sixty days. Fifty-on- e Mr. R. D. Judd left Saturday for new reg- Shelbyville. county, two miles from East Fork, the county, to the city markets, in and a very high gentleman. Georgetown, to attend the CommenceThe iments now forming at eighteen sta Col. J. T. Cowherd, of Shelbyville, ment exercises in Georgetown College. killed himself last Friday by taking the same length of time,' brought a bride for several years' has made her tions need one hundred thousand re- and Col, Thomas Sims, of Springfield, sum. , From there he will go to South'Bend, paris green. After he took poison he much larger home with her sister, Mrs. A. D. Pur cruits immediately. Valuable time were the auctioneers, the latter worktried to stab himself with his knife. dy, Bradfordsville. The couple will for training and preparation now be- ing through the crowd as Ind , where a position has been offerthe bidding Notice to the Dublic. He was about 22 years old, and uned him. of proceeded, the former the cryer. They make their home in BradfordsMlle ing lost. Request balanced. The bride is remembered here as 'a local press and patriotic committees. are both gentlemen who understand Mr. Ray Montgomery went to LouisI keep on hands a .full stock of I am now prepared to extract teeth little girl. She has many relatives Speed up recruiting to maximum in- their business, having had years of' ville last week to consult ohysicians Adair. tensity. After regular army is experience in lot selling, about his physical condition. Mrs. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep by the use of Sommoform which is scattered over.the county - of brought- to maximum strength reMetallic; Caskets, and Steel Boxes and considered the safest anaesthetic Her mother was a Yates. Montgomery accompanied him, and As we stated last week, streets are cruiting service'will have task of obfrom Louisville she went to Warren two hearses. We keep extra large known. If in need of Dental work running through this plot, and all the. taining quota to maintain that A Small Judgment caskets. Prompt service night or day. give me a call. county to visit relatives. strength. Continue without regard dwellings to be erected on same wiU Dr. H. W. Depp. Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. face a street, backed by an alley. ID Our readers will remember that; to hours. Mr. and Mrs. 'Geo. W. Hancock, 45-- 1 yr 31-McCain. "J. F. Triptett, some time ago, Mr. Matt Huddleston, who have been living in Elida, N. M., Since April 1st, 1917, the Louisville is a beautiful site, and when It la dot Columbia, Ky. who lives in Taylor, county, was en Recruiting District, which includes ted all over with handsome residences, and who reachedXolumbia last we$k, Candidates Take Notice. -- Lincoln route from his home, with the re- the west half of Kentucky and the will be an attractive addition to the Jo Harris was turned down by the left Friday for Hustonville, county, where they will locate en a Board of Examiners at Louisville, The corrupt practice act passed by mains of his mother, to Cumberland counties of CJark, Floyd and Harrison. town of Columbia. Si The Messrs, Wakefield were highly farm owned by Mrs. Hancock's moth- last week. He was rejected, on ac- the last Legislature is very severe on county, and that an accident occur- TnrHnnn.. hns furnished 7K9. mnn er. They will not be strangers to count of being fiat footed'. Albia Eu- a man who tries to. buy, his .way into red on the Sam Murrell Hill, four for the Louisville Re- pleased with the sale and perfectly da automobile cruiting District to fill the regular lighted with the people of Columtn'a. that locality, as Mrs. Hancock was bank, Ed Hill and young Franklin office No candidate"for a city or coun- miles from Columbia an One of them stated that he had been reared in Lincoln county, and in the passed, and were sent to Fort Thomas ty office can spend or have his friends owned by W. R Myers & Son scaring army to war strength is 2,474 m'en. visteam that was hauling the corpse, From the above it is seen that the all over Kentucky and a goodly porpasc Mr. Hancock was a freque it for training. ' Mr. Edgar Reed who spend for him more than $500, and the had heretofore been accepted for the each candidate shall make oath as to upsetting the hearse, bursting the Louisville Recruiting District has tion of Indiana, and that this place itor. corps, accompanied the amount spent. If it should ex- coffin and disfiguring the bqdy of the furnished about 30 per cent , of the was the best, the most cultured, officers reserve inland town! he was ever in.dead, and also mashing Mr. Huddles a big lot of JPorch the young mea to Louisville with the ceed $500, the candidate nominated ton's noser as Huddleston claimed. men it should furnish . Just.received his title to the office, and Indiana, just North of us, has furview of volunteering provided he could shall forfeit The Cane Valley band was employ swings at Casey Jones Store. '' be transferred to the reserve corps la- be fined not less than $100 nor more He sued Myers & Son for $5,000 and nished its quota, more than five ed for the day, and delightful muele 312b was rendered at Intervals. The numter, The arrangement could not be than $1,000. And any corporation last week the, case went to trial, the thousand men. tag has been made and he returned home Monday that contributes to the campaign of jury rendering a yerdict, giving Mr. Very truly, bers of the band wear uniform, aftd A jihauffeur's licensed J. S. Bottle, when all together, present a fine body left at this "office, No. 272. Call and night, and will likely be called In Au any candidate is subject to a fine of Hudd'eston a judgment for five Major" of Inft., Recruiting Officer. 81,000, of young men. pay 20 cents. gust. Personals. T. Page lost a very horse last Thursday night. A United Post-offic- m 2t -- Si,-00- 0; s ' well-know- n 15-ce- 29-l- m well-know- n has-bee- n 3t 30-t- : fifty-seve- - Mal-cuttin- g - - .- -- 3t The-quot- a -- up-to-d- ate - " y . c if 1 t "iSStAvvfir w TTtii bid 1 I ilj WW imwii yftCn'jr.- ip ii ii ii lljlstst , . - s&w-- . iC3t W ABA&CtraNif II N$ws " -.- Himm ."-.'- iWliimiHiintli &. ,.&-..,-. I7'L.VA. I fi n ,-. a JK " VL ? .. CTK LiwvranHvrM t'i.ik.r.i .; IT i it fl TTirJ "- .TTSTr TSfc.ADAia COUNTY HEWS S Published Every Wednesday . by the Adair County News Company EDITOR. - (Incorporated.) GHAS.S. HARRIS. i Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Colombia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- e as second m 4nCXl tm Sis loyal, but there are some who will bear watching. Every man in this country who speaks German should be under suspicion unless his loyalty is known. E-To- k IsaaaaaaLlaaaaV 11 m m J MM m, A es PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. JUM). 6, 1917 ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following Candidates snbjecy to the action of their respective parties: T BEsi! HHNr s2& Ly 'V ii For County Judge. Republican WALTEttS. SINCLAIR. Democrat KINT; MONTGOMERY. W. G. ELLIS Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. JUNIUS HANCOCK G. T. HERRIFORD. m Gcrniin V IT ALE, youngest bandmaster in the For County Attorney. Democrat GORDON MONTGOMERY For Sheriff. Republican: W. B. PATTESON. CORTEZ SANDERS. GEO. E. NELL ' Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW. R. M. HURT r v wa ii tmw For County Court ClerK. Republican T.A.FURKIN. JOHN N. SQUIRES. L. Y. GABBERT, S. C NEAT. Democrat ALBERT MILLER. W. H. GILL. GEO. J. EPPERSON For School Superintendent. Republican GEORGE AARON TOBIAS HUFFAKER. P. P. WESLEY. Democrat NOAH LOY, MISS ESTELLE "WILLIS ir I 1 1 mi l' ' For Jailer Republican JOHNTHURMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. FRANK WOLFORDMILLER A. W. TARTER G. W. COLLINS : T. G. RASNER Democrat C. G. JEFFRIES. , " A. H. FEESE. JOHN B, CHRISTIE. E. G. McGINNIS J. a WOOTEN rrfi i d world, and celebrated comet soloist, is bringing his Band here for two full concerts, afternoon and evening, third day of the Chautauqua. The band has beenrpronounced by the New York Times as a "big Broadway sensation," and Vitale was "said to be "the idol of the musical world" at Newport. They were the big hit of the 1 9 1 5 and 1 9 6 Chautauqua seasons. Hear them for a few cents with a Chautauqua season ticket. 1 . Because of the; high price of potatoes this year many home gardeners will plant only eye3 or peelings with a small amount of flesh adhering, using the rest News. of the tuber for food. The experiment station horticulturists Is the Middle West Apathetic? say that this method is successful if the eyes are planted rathIn the tf une American Magaer shallow, about a foot apart in zine Booth Tarkington says: "Apathy of the Middle West? the row, and in fertile, well-pr- e pared soil. Not now! Not since Bethmann-Hollwe- g Six sons of four Cabinet told us that the Germans had only postponed the officers and the son of the Speaksubmarine war until they got the er of the House of Representboats to do the job! Not when atives have already enlisted or are about to enlist with the fightthe flags are up! "Apathy of the Middle West! ing forces of the United States. Not to a voice that dares to call! Secretary Wilson has three sons, Since the day. when the Germans Secretary Daniels one, Secretary told us that once a week we Lane one and Secretary Houston could send one ship beyond the one in the various arm3 of the mouth of the Hudson River, pro- service. Young Ned Lane is an vided three hundred and forty-on- e aviator. green polka dots were paintGen Goethals, the head of the ed on the stern, with a yellow Ship Building Board, has been streak around the captain'3 cabseverely criticized upon his in, while all other American statement that the required numships would stay in port or be ber of merchant ships cannot be blown up since that day the built of wood and would have to Middle West ha3 exhibited a be made of steel. liveliness which may surprise Mrs. Belva Lockwood, the the foreign gentleman who said who said he controlled America, first woman lawyer admitted to through 3,000,000 good German-Americ- practice in the Supreme Court of votes. Since that day the United States and the only in the matter of enlistments in woman who was nominated for the United States Army, Indiana President, died in Washington (for instance) has stood third of Saturday. all the states in the number of Former Prime Minister Balmen who have enlisted. But in four, of Great Britain, was given proportion to the population, this a great ovation at Richmond. " midland State of Indiana, of all where he went to pay honor to the states, stands First!" the memory of Robert E. Lee an w ESS5SS&AZ2E3BSmam&JL - Vlrf. J ... rf.sowir. '"eaaesggaygytfs"" Community Chautauqua Third Day Things That Make a Hotel Prosper. and Stonewall Jackson. m German Spies. The Allies will occupy JerusaA former member of the Unit- lem by June 1', says a London ed States'Senate, who came up dispatch. ' The city however irom obscurity, says in the June is believed to be in ruins. American Magazine: ' "Here's a funny thing, by the way. that I've noticed about hotel guests: You leave a soiled towel in a room, and the guest will probably complain. But you can leave a bucket of paint and a paperhanger's scaffold in the hallway, and compel the guest to crawl under a stepladder to get to his room, and he will put up with it cheerfully because he knows you are painting or papering by way of making an improvement, and he, is in sympathy with that. It doesn't cost much to make over a carpet so that a bare spot in front of the dresser will be eliminated, but such little details are a vast help in making a hotel prosper. "I have had other hotels since then, and invariably my experience has been that of all things that make for hotel "success, the greatest is cleanliness." Bowel Complaints in India. In a lecture at one of the Des Moines Iowa, churches a missionary from In dia told of going into the interior of India, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy with him and believed that it saved his life. This remedy is used suc cessfully in India both as a preventive and cure for cholera. You may know from this that it can be depended upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this country. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv Turkish outrages have been precedented, it is said. un- For Assessor Democrat P. P..DUNBAR. ED BUTLER Republican R. H.HARMON. EVERETT ALLISON. G. L. PERRYMAN. J. M. TARTER J. A. SCHULER. L.H. JONES For Representative Republican JOE HUDDLESTON. DR. W. S. TAYLOR. . Road Tax Law. , The following road law was passed by the- - extraordinary session of the General Assembly, 1917. 1. The fiscal court of any county in the State may submit to the voters at a special election to be held for that purpose, the question of voting a tax of an.v sum not exceeding 20 cents o;. the hundred dollars on all property subject by law to local tax ation, under section 157a of the Constitution, for the improve ment or construction of the pub lie roads and bridges of the com ty, either or both, as the fisc I court may direct. The order c f the fiscal court calling the elec tion shall specify the amount of the tax to be levied each year and the number of years for which the tax may be imposed, not exceeding ten years, ar.J shall also provide that no amount-o- f money in excess of amount that can be raised by the levy in any one year shall be expended in that year.. It may also be money in any year, in of the collection of the for that year, not exceeding 80 per. cent, of the estimated tax, awl issue bondiN therefor, the' -ud-yance tx amount of the tax to be estimated, according to the assessment and collection of the preceding year, but any money so borrowed shall be paid out of the money raised from the tax in the year in which the money is bor- 4 rowsd. So that all indebtedness created in any one year shall be paid out of the ' fund raised in that year. 2. The fiscal court shall also in the order calling the election specify the amount of ad valorem tax to be levied each year, which shall be any sum not exceeding 20 cents on the one hundred dollars of assessed property. 3. The question to be submitted to the people shall be: "Are you for a property tax of cents on each one hundred 'dollars' worth of property in the county, to be levied each year years, for the purpose for of improving or constructing, either or both, the roads and bridges of the county?" The rate of taxation, and the number of years for which the tax is to be levied to be inserted in respective blank spaces, and two mall squares to be placed opposite the question and on the right of same, one for votes , for and one for votes against the measure, designated respectively by the words "Yes," and "No " And if a majority of the voters voting upon this proposition are in favor of it, then the fiscal court shall, as soon as the result has been ascertainedand certified make provision for the road and bridge work contemplated. '4. The sheriff shall collect the taxes at the same time and in the same manner and by the same processes that he collects other, taxes and shall pay the. Admiral Sims, who commands same over as the fiscal court may the American flotilla, which direct, and shall be liable on his crossed the ocean a few weeks official-bonfor the faithful per- ago to aid in the submarine war, formance of his duties here- has informed the government at under. For the collection of the Washington that Berlin knew of tax levied hereunder the sheriff the departure of his ships and shall be entitled to a commission had strewn the Queenstown harof one per cent., of the amount bor with mine3 before the Amerso collected. ican ships reached there. This 5. The fiscal court shall direct work was done by German spies and it shall-bthe duty of the in the United States. sheriff to advertise the time and We believe that even more impurpose of the election and the portant information than this is amount of tax to be levied ' each liable at any time to be given to year inthe paper published in the Germany unless very stringent county having the largest circu- steps are taken at once in this lation for thirty days before the country to put an end to German election; and if there be no pa- spies. There are no Germans in per published, then by printed this country. who should not be advertisement posted up at the under suspicion. We refer of court house door and at three course to those who are not other public places in each pre- American citizens. Germans in cinct for thirty days before the the United States who have not election. become naturalized should either 6.. The election above pro- be forced to" leave the United vided for shall be held by the States or else they should be same officers, who hold the reg- gathered together in camps and. ular election, and the election watched by soldiers. It is more shall be held and the returns important to 'guard Germans thereof made in the same man- than it is to guard the railroad ner as is provided by law for the bridges. Germany of course has not been able to send spies into regular election. this country, but is relying upon 7. As there is no adequate Germans who were here before system or law by which counties the United States declared war, may levy the tax herein proacting as spies and furnishing vided, and the counties of the Berlin all the information possiState being in need of some im- ble, which would beof the greatmediate aid in this respdet, an est value, There aire, in addiemergency is hereby declared to tion to the subjects of the Kaiexist, and this bill shall become ser, in the United States a lot of effective .upon its prssageand so called who approval. are.none too loyal to this coun' Approved April 25, 1917. try. Some of them are true and e . -- Sam Corum, a wealthy farmer of slaughterville. was killed in an automobile accident near and Floyd Gentry, his brother-in-lawas severely inw, mad-isonvi- lle jured. Gen. Percy Haly will be named as Collector of the Lexington district at suggestion of Senator Beckham, as soon as Secretary McAdoo returns to Washington. The sinking of three ships of Sweeden loaded with grain from England by German submarines, has caused intense feeling against Germany at Stockholm. In the steel works at Bessamer the explosion of a turbine engine killed four and seriously wounded eleven onhers. The cause of the accident is not known. Gov. Stanley has offered a reward of $500, the maximum allowed under the law, for members of the mob which lynched a iiegro at Fulton. At Grayson, Ky., La Fayette Kitchen was shot to death on his way home from church. Eight men are under arrest, charged with the crime. -- James A. Hollon, aged 57, is dead in the Rolling Fork section of Boyle. He was for years a Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism sav mill operator and always a good citizen. The pain goes so quickly after you Berlin denies that any have been sent to America. U-bo- ats German-America- n, apply Sloan's Liniment for rheumatics Robert S. Lovah- - p.u0; . pains, neuralgia, toothache, lumbago; , vuauium UI tne Board of the Union Pacific sprains, and its so easy to use. It , v! n,iM,.thaannl..i. i .. . uiutuy peuBUtttLea auu auuuiica "'w "" miumeereu tne Whnlo n k: out rubbing and is far cleaner and time during the war to' the Red more effective than muspy plasters or Cross work. in the house ointment. Keep and get prompt relief, not. only from The Shipping board all neivepains but from bruises, strains has reachand all external ed a compromise by agreeing sprains, to aches. At Paull Drug Co., 25c 50c bmld from 150 to 200 -- --., ili ... '' ovef-exercl- se $1.00. Adv. ships and the raat of itwl -- r , k 8 -..- -J -- .. m USSm wlmjmuh ....Wl. mm r " WVf ' f " ir... liiiely to eiarclSe "a utjtll the Greeti River Bridge was haps f. Mrs. Charley Keen, of Indlariaj Is . reached, between here and Columbl&j fiuencefcii fdfeign than bn hi'e Visiting Mr. and Mrs Dick Squires did the groom make public his inten- Icles." and Mrs. Jennie Smith. Results of the Examinations. tions, and there with all nature smil- Miss Mary Lou Triplett, of Mt. The Chautauqua. intr its annroval and the sow: birds Pleasant, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Do you wish to enjoy the satisfaction of knnwincr t.hnh m, Tv,mKcfrn0 ' Stansinging the sonetsof love, Rev. 1.1 V.. TTTSl or Monument you erect as a final tribute to the one you loved, The following parties received first ley In his most impressive xway provjwcu iyiisuu jusof weeK. and whose memory you wish to pass down to class certificates: The indications point to this being joined then nounced the words that Art Todd, who has been in Cincin- beautiful memorial, but will also posterity, will not only be a fitting and an unusually successful Chautauqua Hattle Williams, Flossie Calhoun, theart and hand. endure through ages to come? If you do, nati for the past two years, returned your attention is called to Joseph M. Pierce, Anna Farris, Ira the many monuments of Marble and Granite which wedding the happy couple year and the Community program home last week. After the which is to be given in Columbia for Powers, Kathreen Willis, gillie Turn togetner I have placed in the Cemetery at Columbia and surrounding hurrying grounds, witn xtey. ana er, Sandldge Allison, Roy Walker, resumed their journey to Campbells-vill- five days beginning next Monday,, J. P. Cundiff and wife, Dick Squires which wall show you the beauty and durability of the material used in their a splendid list of attractions. and Mrs. Jennie Smith were in Myrtle Huddleston, EVerett AllisOn, construction, and attesting the care and neatness with which my for a few hours stay, after includes woikisdona. Special features of the Chautauqua Mary Young, Joe Vaughan, Effie which they returned to their many Call on O. P. Bush, Columbia, Ky., and tell him last Thursday, on business. what you want, and he .. -- !. Will millrn j vnn nrlni .nUI.tr. coajr this year 'will be r'Patrlotic Day,, and Bryant, Cleo Cave, Annie Christie, friends at Burkesville. ..... ,,., n itum feaun cu an. wive mm your order and you While plowing last week, James for the bos Vila Reece, Kobert Bailey, Scott The bride Is the a Garnett's plow hung under a rock or will be sure to get the best on the market. Campbell, 'Stora Hutchison, J. M. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. "Keen, ami gins, mauy uuuureu nave aireauy something and the handle struck "him Lewis, I. C. Abell, B. B Vedd, Bet-ti- e and is much loved and a'dmired by a earned the money to pay for their in the side and broke two of his ribs. MONUMENT MANUFACTURER, Lebanon, Ky. Lee Butler, Rose Hunn, Allie Cal- large circle of friends. While the Chautauqua ticket and as a reward We hope he will soon recover. will receive a special badge from the houn, Mabel Hindm'an, Eva Murrell, groom is a young man of exceptional We are having a good Sunday school have a nice family playground supervisor on her arrival. O.'B. Polliam. of children which good habits and is the present postMr. L. B. Smith attended the CumMusically the program this year is at Hutchison schoolhouse every Sun- was fully persons made second-clas- s master of Burkesville and whose fa The following demonstrated by such a berland Presbytery at Lincoln, 111., exceptionally strong. There will be day morning at nine o'clock. Nowv certificates. ther is Charles Alexander, cashier of the IMPERIAL RUSSIAN QUAR-TET- , there are some who are neglecting large attendance of fjotlj white and last week. He was the local delegate Epperson, Ernest Workman, the local bank in that city. Ada colored people, at funeral. They have from this place. under the leadership of Josef our bunday school. We are going tqj the sympathy of this community. Aimer Powers, Stella Richards, LizNews-JournJoins their host The Judge W. T. Hendrlckson has anzie Carter. Willard Neat, Cora M. of friends in wishing them a happy Loseff. They will sing the songs and nave some new song books, as Mr play the instruments not only of- - this Dick Hutchison has ordered them nounced for Montgomery, Charles Harness, Min- and prosperous wedded life. for County Hatcher." Judge. He has filled the office to the country, but of their native land, Now, let everybody come that can, nie Ingram,. Lucy Montgomery, E. JD, News Journal. where they have appeared at Court and lets learn some of the new songs, entire satisfaction of every one, and is .Roberts, Finis A. Strange, Mattie as well as our Sunday school lesson and at notable gatherings. Virginia Barger, Love . Richards, recent rains have placed a smile willing to stand or fall on the record To Lower Cost of Food. ' Then comes the LORENZ ANDER- both are good and the word of our on all of the farmers' faces. Vegeta- he has made. Smith, Harlan Keltner, Anna Allimaster. SEN NOVELTY ENTERTAINERS, son, Pearl WolfordMary Riggins. tion of every kind is revived, and indiMiss Mary Willie Witt, Mannsvllle, Hattle Williams made the 'higliest Washington, May 30. Reduction of playing a great variety of instruments Mrs. Chapman and Miss Redmonfof cations point to better crops than the sold a house and lot to S. E. Osborne grade 92 and W. E. Mc Whortef for 8600. There were 13 failures. the oresent Inch prices the consumer and giving a program of unusual mer- Garlin, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. outlook showed a few days ago. There were four colored applicants, pays for food, it was announced Tues- it. All members of the company are Lord Watson last Saturday night and Our county has planted at least 25 Our movie shows are not being patall of whom received secoDd class cer day, will be one of the first aims of of Danish descent and have come Sunday. 'per cent., more corn than usual, and ronized in a paing scale. One of tificates. Their names are: Annie the new food administration, which from a long line of musicians 'and enMiss Pauline Squires was visiting there is a fairly good stand. Moles them has suspended for the time beElliott, Mecca L. Burress, Mrs. Bes- will be created with Herbert C. noov-e- r tertainers. and insects have damaged some fields, ing, and the other one Is planning to at its head as soon as Congress pass- TheTniRD of the Chautauqua will her sister, at Milltown, last week. sie Lasley and Missouri Milan. but not more so"than in former years. exhibit only three nights each week. es the Governments food control legis be BAND DAY and there will ap- ' Miss Pearl Cox is quite sick at this Both houses are and no Mr. William Thorp, who has been in pear ANGELO VITALE and HIS writing, nope she will soon be out lation. Latest War News. one would have ever predicted any Louisville for twelve years, is spend- thing but success This will be undertaken by cutting CONCERT BAND. Master Vitale again. for them in a town i ing a few days with his brother, C. S. down the margin between producer is the youngest band director in the the size of Campbellsville. Clay Suddarth, who has been con- Thorp, . Emperor William writes the Ger- and consumer through a system of ex- world. He appeared over the Eastern this place, ne is a mechanic Oil has been placed on the principal man Empress that the fighting ir. ecutives under the central adminis- Circuit of the Community Chautau- - fined to his room with rheumatism of the first class, but has been unable reached a "certain conclu tration, each to study means of short- quas in 1915 and his return was al- for the past two years, has got so he to work since lie was crippled by an streets of Campbellsville, and in a France has slon." Since April 1 the British hav ening the speculative chain that han- most unanimously requested. Vitale can walk to the barn and around the express wagon running over him last short time the public will be relieved from the inconveniences sf the dust. advanced on a front of twenty miles dles a particular commodity. The once played before John D. Rockefel- yard. We hope he will soon be well winter. Mr. Melvin Sherrili, Springfield, has from Loos to south of Bullecourt to an first staples to be studied probably ler and at phe close of the concert, the again. Frank Mardis, a lad about 12 years been visiting relatives here forseveral extreme depth of six miles east of Ar wilfbe grain, flour, meat and sugar. impressed with the oil magnate was so old, was kicked by a young mule last days. ras. Field Marshal Haig's men havi Stability of prices Mr. noover be- lad's wonderful muciauship that he Gradyville. Thursday. He lost some of his teeth, taken Vimy Ridge, dominating tin lieves, is vital to the successful lower- said, "Young man I would give the Dr. R. A. Sanders and daughter, and a hole was' cut through his lip. plains to Douai, and have virtuallj ing of costs to the consumer, both here world to be a director like you." Miss Mary, attended the commencepainful, but the dentist R. L. Wethington and wife spent a It is rather surrounded Lens and St. Quentin and and abroad. The executives will have Vitale also played before America's relieved him, and it is hoped that it ment exercises at Lexington. Miss have helcLtheir gains against desper under them boards, on which will be 400 at Newport where his pleasing day or so cf last week at Clements-vill- will Louise Sanders graduated, and has renot leave his mouth disGgured. ate and repeated German attacks, represented producer, middleman and personality and wonderfully artistic turned home. J. F. Campbell has lost 275 chickens while inflicting heavy losses. Mor consumer. Their efforts will be in talent won the hearts of the social Mr. Ed Hill and wife are attending Nat Walker, deputy Sheriff, was in by than 1,000 officers were Included inthi the direction of modification of pres- leaders gathered there. As a result our midst last Friday. the ravages of rats He has gone the district conference at Frazier to work with a determination to erad- this week. total of 52,000 prisoners captured ent trade methods and the stimula- he was entertained by all the leaders Strong Hill and Amos Keltner were icate them on short notice wen tion of production. Enormous quantities of material of the gay life of Newport and was Columbia last Friday attending taken from the Germans, includinj systrm of executive boards will lionized everywhere. Vitale's Band at Our market has been bountifully Graded and H!fh School Honor The court. 446 heavy and field guns, 1.CG0 masupplied with strawberries thisseasou, be one of several divisions into which gives a varied and interesting program Roll. chine guns and many trench guns. the admanistration will be divided. ranging from the popular classics to Mrs. B. B. Grissom, of Columbia, of the finest quality. It would be a Forty-si- x vessels, aggre- One duty of the executives will be to the latest hit of ragtime. Ono novel spent, last week, visiting her daugh- source of a great merchant deal of revenue if Tenth Grade gating 240,779 tons, are restored to advise on allied purchasing, which Mr. feature of their work vH he the An- ter, Mrs. Wilmore. they were raised on a larger scale. John Dunbar. carrying trade at a time when Hoover and the Government officials vil Chorus which is accompanied by Rev. W. C. Christie and wife, Mrs. Some enterprising person could make Cecil Dunbar. they are urgently needed by a decret hope will be removed from a compet- striking electrical effects. C. O. Mossa'nd son, James, left the it pay by getting the farmers interKinnaird Rowe. signed Saturday by President Braz, of itive basis when the Allies have es'CONThe THERESA SHEEH AN of to at- ested in the raising of this salable Wood Cundiff. Brazil, enabling that country to make tablished permanent buying commis- CERT CO., will be another interest- first the week for Monticello fruit, Wei by Page. use of the German vessels now in in sions here. These commissions are to ing number on the program, headed tend District Conference. Ninth Grade. of the agree on their minimum food needs by Miss Theresa Sheehau, dramatic H. A. Walker was in this section The Morrison Development CompaBrazilian ports. Thirty-thre- e several days of last week, buying wool ny is sinking a well on the farm of R. German vessels are of more than 4,000 for presentation to a central buying reader of remarkable brilliance. Stanley Cundiff. A. White, near Meadow Creek. Some tons each and one is of 12,350 tons commissioner, who in turn will deal Oh the last day of the. Chautauqua at fancy prices. Eighth Grade. gas has been found not more than 100 This action was the first step taken b. directly with the American food appears one of LOUIS O. RUNNER'S B. B. Janes will erect a new resiStewart Huffaker. Brazil after revoking her declaration jifstly celebrated ladies companies, dence on his farm he bought from Geo. feet below the surface. A well was Stanley Epperson nlnnod Hnnrn noar hho enmo nninf n of neutrality la the war, The food administration through the MENDELSSOHN SEXTETTE, H. Nell, in the near future. Lillian Logan number of years ago, and an extra its commodity executives will ascer- giving a program of vocal and instruLola Maupin Rev. Scott, pastor of Big creek strong flow of gas was found at that The District Conference tain just what the country can spare mental music, interspersed with read- church, preached two interesting ser time. The prospects are very flatterEva Walker. in food staples and this will be bal- ings, sketches and novelty numbers. mons, at the Baptist churcn, in our ing for oil, and the public in general Seventh Grade Day, The Columbia District Conference anced off against the allied demands, As they appeared on Patriotic num- city, last Sunday evening and night seemes to be intensely interested. Virginia Smith. many appropriate met at Frazier, Wayne county, last f f stocks available for export do not they will have program Mary Summers Flag day .will be observed Saturday will be long J. J. Parson was in Louisville a few reach the allied requirements the al- bers and their week. Nearly all the churches In the Virgie Pendleton. days ago, and bought a full line of at Campbeilsville. It has been excommunity. district were represented, and there lied commissioners wiJJ settle among remembered in this Frank Callison. wagon material. Jeff certainly under- tensively advertised, and preparations themselves their opportionment. was an unusual number of laymen. Bertha Yates have been made to entertain all who stands how to put them up. Basil, i Quite a number of local ministers Pauline Allen Uncle Charlie Yates Has two of the may attend. Our people are patriotic, renewed their license, and two wen Violent Attacks on French Lines Robert Neat finest mule colts in tin's section of but are just beginning to awaken. licensed to preach. The reports of Robert Gill. are Hurled BacK. Some of our farmers are having, to Our bankers have made arrangement the various members showed an in plant their corn crop over-aSixth Grade. it didn't country. to take 97,000 of Liberty Bonds crease in membership. Four del Eugene Wethington, of Clements- - Some few feel shaky, but will do their come up. ' Mabel Rosenbaum. By the Associated Press. egates, Ed Hill, Robert Mercer, J. P ville, was in our midst one day last duty when the government makes its Rachel Coffey. C. P. Coomer is at Columbia, this Smith and W. L. Sawyers, were named Desperate attempts by the Germans week, looking after his timber- - inter- demands. ' Morris Epperson week, on the jury. to attend the annual Conference to push back the French from the est. Marshall Paull W. vantage ground won in the recent atMeasles, has had a general run over Sermons were delivered by Revs. Mesdames Elmer Yarberry and n Carrie Grissom man, all sections of our county. A few Mr Cooksey, the L. E tacks by Gen. Petain's forces in the Glenzy Hamilton visited their broth F. Hogard, J. S. Chandler and Piercy. There were also several ad Champagne region have, been renewed. ers and sister, at Sparksville, last week. of Edmonton, is moving his saw mill cases are to be found at present, but Delia Smith. near this place, preparatory for saw- e're many days it will be only a Fifth Grade. dresses. The people of Frazier showed As a whole the French line remainr Miss Ora Yarberry is spending this ing ou(j a large amount of timber for thing of the past. Conference ed intact under the successive severe Frances Russell their appreciation of the ' Sparksville. Hicks & Durham, of Greensburg. by their generous hospitality. Aliene Nell blows dealt it early y in a sus- week at Geo. F. Turner, who has been teachRev. S. G Shelley presided over the tained effort of an extremely violent Anna Dohoney. Born, to the wife of Dewitt Moss, W. L. Grady, while in Columbia ing at Decatur, Texas for 10 months, and Rev. L. F? Piercy act- and sanguinary character, gas shells May 21, a daughter. To the wife of last Monday, purchased a Ford auto. returned to his home here last MonConference Frances Ballou. ed as secretary. being liberally employed. The front Harrison Brown, May 22, a son. This deal makes three machines we day. He enjoyed his stayin the Lone Nell Smith The following resolutions were pr was dented at only one point and this have in our town, with the prospects- Star State, but will not return. Robert Williams. Mrs. Lou Coomer almost mashed Bented and passed: but slightly the Crown Prince's one of her fingers off the other day, for several more in the near future. Fourth Grade. Gilbert Abner and R. H. Turner, Whereas, We are at War with Ger- troops gaining a footing in some ad- and is now giving her a lot of trouit Frank Dohoney, of the Milltown spent Wednesday on the Rolling B'ork, Cecil Kearnes many, and not only is there a shortage vanced trenches northeast of Mont ble. community, was in this section a day fishing. They didn't have much luck, Marjorie Kelsey . of food supplies in our own countr , Haut, Julia Phelps boys went fishing down or so of last week, looking after young buthad the pleasuieof looking over The Bennett but the whole world is threaten-."- ! V At the Teton, the Casque, at posiLucille Winfrey. creek, last week, and cattle. farm truck. the broad bottom lands in with famine, and of Auberive and at on Russell tions northwest Third Grade. Mr. W. B. Hill, who has been on Whereas, The liquor traffic is a Mont Blond, on the front against caught a nice lot of fish. C. H. Moody scld a Jersey cow to R. menace to liberty and free institu- which the attacks were launched, the AlvaFeese. Bro. Wint Rowe and his cousin, the road for a number of years for H. Campbell, for $65. tions at all times, and much more ' net German gain was all, the valuable Mrs. Adaline Gowens, were consider- Pratt's Stock & Poultry food, who Harlan Judd. J. W. Sapp, Cary Ware, R. II. CampWilliam Kearnes in times of war, therefore, ground which the French need for the ably bruised up by a runaway mule in makes Louisville headquarters, came bell arid Monford Prescott, attended Gladys Ingram Resolved, By the District Confer pushing of a further offensive, par- their buggy, last Saturday afternoon, in last Saturday and spent Sunday FriLouise Grissom. ence, Louisville Annual Conferenc . ticularly for observation purposes, be- on their return from church. with his parents. Mr. Hill informed court at Columbia Thursday and day.' Davis Wilaon -- ;. M. E Church, South, representing us that he .was having a fine business ing retained in tact. Nathaniel Tutt. ' seriously membership of about 10,000 that coun o Mrs. Belle Shreve has been and his house had added, his old Russell Creek. QUIET ALONG BRITISH LINKS earnestly petition our Christian ty and adjoining counties to his list sick at her home for several weeks. Second Grade. Along the British line in France the the Honorable Woodrow Wilson, She has something in the nature of a to work. Wade Eeaarnes. We have had some good tobacco to use his powerful influence in secur- comparative quiet continues, broken Sytha Ballou. We .had a tine rain one day last cold abscess in her head, and medical into only by trench raids. Increasing seasons in this locality, but not much ing national prohibition. Margaret Coffey. week, which revived everything in. attention has not given her relief. artillery activity from the Arras set out. S. L. C. Coward, Lynn Jeffries the way of vegetation. Notwith- - Prof. R. Garnett Graves, the Norhowever, is reported Jr S. Chandler, Some gardens are looking fine. standing the cool weather that we mal teacher at the R. C. A., should Samuel Kelsay. the big guns on both sides having s.1 G. Shelley. Estelle Sandusky. corn, started up again in somewhat lively Aunt Liz Hancock, who has been have had since the rain, ourvegeta- feel very much complimented on the Primary. wheat, oats, grass and garden showing that his class made at the exBurkesville People Dan Cupids fashion near Bullecourt and further quite sick, is better at this writing. Bessie Bennett. bles have grown beyond our expecta- amination for certificates in this and north along the Scarpe east of Arras. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Watson's lit-- 1 Mary Barbee. Victims. The political situation in Spain is tie daughter, Virginia, is dangerously tion. The only thing we need now Is adjoiniug counties.' In nearly every just a few days of hot weather and instance some member secured the Nettie Clarke Grissom. closely watched, particularly in being sick at this writing. everything will be fine. highest grade. His untiring efforts Effi--a Sandusky newspaper announceConfiding the fact with but few, C view cf Mr. Dennis Eubank, of Cane Valley, Our people were ,made to feel sad are worthy of the praise from those . Cecil Sullivan. M. Alexander and Miss Mary Ket :: ment in Madrid that the Constitutionpeople of Burkesvil1 al guarantees would shortly again be was through this neighborhood, talc- when the news was make known that who are interested in better teachers fcwo prominent Kizzie Grady, wife of Robert Grady, for the rural schools. Ky., stole a march on their mr.j1 suspended. Former Premier Roman-one- s ing oil leases, last week. To The Public. of color, was dead. The news was un- is quoted as declaring that conan were married in this cou friends Mr. Gus Dunbar, of Neatsburg, jas Miss Ora Everhart left this week "I have been using Chamberlain's expected to us, While we all knew ditions in the country, which is in this locality last Sunday. ty Friday morning. extended visit to her sister, Tablets for indigestion for the p a broken limb for an it tnat she had received Their wedding was romantic as we known to be suffering keenly in a genMiss Dora Murray was visiting Miss- from being thrown from a buggy, Mrs. Georgia Shipp, Pleasant Plains, six months, and it affords me pleasure as unique in as much as the contrac eral economic way from the war, as es Cara and Rosie Shepherd, near while a horse was rftnning off, we all HI. to say I have never used a remedy ing parties procured their license I well as directly from submarine 'sinki- Cane Valley, last Saturday night and thought she was getting along as well Up to the present time several of our that did me so much good." Mrs. C. Burkesville, and in company with ngs, were becoming graver every Sunday. as could be expected under the circum- county officers have no announcements E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlaln.s friends, Rev. William hour. He considered the recent great 'their y sympathizers ae Miss Morrison, of Greensburg, is stances. While they are colored peo- as candidates. It would be too bad if Tablets are obtainable at Paull Dra? Stanley and wife, started In Mr. A- meeting of pro-allCo. Adv. ple, they are highly respected and they were left vacant. - visiting Miss Ruth Squires. lexander's car for Campbellsville. Not of enormous importance and as peri. ayjgiwiwfc.. V. n. it ,nr'iiiHfBiiniiwTTMii-iirrti7ii-miiiijw- &ii"whwPiMf 4ii njilrrSiiTti MoMcaaaA. Mg.WWSW -' vhB AbAtk feiAoM(laifc;' - btetff mm f&SCQr wtA.oi.ate. .. i - LOCALS. 5SgSSS2JS2" ' ' "r-- - i"3&&&WH&4! --1 l-o- Take Notice: 1 - Mrs.-otame- e, Camp-belisvill- e, accomplished-JtneJuniotChautau3u- JOE C. SIMS, al Camp-bellsvil- ie 1. e. tin-world- s well-know- to-da- -- - A Pre-iden- t, bat-tlefro- to-da- y, to-day- 1 life-ran- g ' & "Ks- - ( S-'- si 1 1 -- 1- - . . . - t fiiifr a rl a i o nifih Ki'vV tfr j- i. .j - tv1' L fii ..'. iY;a. '". r.i&Nir' : - HENRY W. DEPP, DB3NTIS07 What a Government Bond Is. A German "'PedcV firive." . BS2daaemi& ' Am permanently located in Co lumbia. AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow d$e and Inlay work a Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's All The Government of the United States has two methods of raising money. One is by taxation. The other is by the sale of bonds, which is a method of borrowing money. Shoe Store Ketldcnce Phone 13 B Buslness;Phoe 13 A DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST up Stairs. Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries B'l'd'g Columbia,, - Kentucky Office: Russell Btdg. Res. Phone No. I. James Taylor, Columbia, Ky. M. D. Will Answer All Calls. WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Give Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. ' I. C. YATES DENTAL OFB'ICB Dr. James Triplett - UTIST OVER PAXSUL. DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 29. OFFICE: PHONJ L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Kv. 15 Years Practice Consultation Free Dr. James Menzies OSTeOFftTff Butler B'Pd's on Public Square. COLUMBIA, ICY. The Government bond is the printed promise of the Government to pay back the borrowed sum of money at a certain time, and to pay interest on it at regular inaervals until it is repaid. The Government borrows money in this way only after it has been given the right to" do so by act of Congress approved by the President, and the terms of the loan are set out in the act.Back, of the promise of the Government stands the honor of the Government and all its taxing resources. Really the whole wealth of the Nation stands behind this solemn promise of the Government to pay. This makes a United States Government bond the safest investment in the world. If the bond of the United States Government is not safe, no property in the United States is safe. If the United States can not pay its bonds, it is hardly probable that it will be able to protect the citizens in their other rights. The Liberty Loan Bonds of 1917 are investespecially attractive ments Not only have they .this absolute safety characteristic of all United States bonds but they are tax free not only from all existing' taxes, but from any war tax that may subsequently be levied. No State, city nor county may tax them. The inheritance tax of the United States and of some States may affect them, or rather, affect their transfer after death of the owner by will or by inheritance. Another advantage these Liberty Loan Bonds possess is that is thelGovernment issues bonds later on during this war at a higher rate of interest the holders of Liberty Loan bonds will be allowed to exchange at par .their bonds for bonds bearing the higher rate of interest. - The New York Times sees, or thinks it sees; Germany Kettine ready for a new- "ileace drive." The objects will be twofold, toj keep Russia out of the war and to stir up dissension in the United States. According to dispatches received from various parts of Europe the Kaiser and his advisers are only waiting a c of the fighting around Arras to again begin talking about peace. They are said to believe that so long as the British and French armies are making progress it would be useless to" propose a peace discussion, but if those armies can be fought into deadlock, the world would be willing to consider new peace ssa-tio- n M. futt REAL IDEAX-TGR- G. R. Reed m in It ESUXAPIS ill r Jft 1&.e3a ml VI t lUB'lllCllY EISA I PW I BllVHlllfcLljW I LWiVB ilisHYisisiSM Offer the following Property for Sale: FARM LAND acres of. good lime stone land well watered? good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in agood nrtifjhboiliood. Price 84,500.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terras Thisfarm lies 4 J mile's S. E. of Columbia, Ky. Mu , lf The two home beautifiers flowers; and FARM Of 100 acres of t lie best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good bams and outbuildings, J mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. FARM I Hanna's Green Seal Paint Flowers about the home neyer fail to lend a charm, and make the home more attractive, and In the same way the use of Hanna's Green Seal Paint brightens and beautifies. Wherever this paint is .used dirt and dinginesa must disappear, decay and deterioration of property is arrested, and a much more attractive home Is always the certain result. Printed Formula On Every.Package. Let Germany withdraw her mies from Belgium, France, proposals. Of 3C4 acres, 0 miles frdm Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from1 pike now There is a very simple way to meet a German "peace drive " under construction. 52 acres river outdwelling, arPo.$5,000. bottom. Good barn and buildings, 2 good orchards. Price land, Serbia and Rumania. Let her call in all her submarines. Then the allied nations would, no doubt, be willing to sanction a truce while peace was discussed. That they would be able to agree with Germany upon terms seems doubtful, but it would be folly to talk peace while Germany is occupying stolen territory. We do not know what effect vague and treacherous peace proposals would have upon Russia," but we can feel assured that they will avail nothing to check the tide of preparation for aggressive war by the United States. Louisville Post. The Evils of Constipation." Constipation is one of the main reasons why the average human life is below 40 years. Leaving waste material in the body, poisons the system and blood and makes us liable to sick headaches, biliousness, nervousness and muddy skin. When you note these symptoms, try Dr. King's Hew Life Pills The give prompt relief, are mild, in action, add tone to your system and clear the complexion. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. non-griping SOLDJBY TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res dence streets in Columbia, near "the square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain. Price on application. 115 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columbia. Price $1,G00. (Bargain) The Jeffries Hardware Store, ' Columbia, Kentucky. j&hes & Sons Co. Incorporated House and Lot: LTo'use with six out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limits. Price $850. rooms, good S800 lor house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. Louisville, Kentucky. v WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog s acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barns, two good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from the creek. Price right 7 Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money j 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 sightof. Columbia, Ky., good land, S acres bottom, 15acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. LOUISVILLE Main. Street Beet-wee- HOTEL e i Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AM ERIC AN P LAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single. $2 00 per day; 2 people. Z 00 each (With Meals) TSRooma " " 2 50 " " 2peopIe, 2 25 " 50 Single 3 00 " " 2people. 2 60 " 50KrontRooms RoomslWith 7tU r Croup, Whooping-Coug- h Re- - lieved. Children's diseases demand preparedness. When the child wakes you at night, gasping and strangling for The American destroyer con- breath, how'thankf ul you are to have Dr. Bell's at hand. tingent, now with the British This effective remedy loosens the mufleet, is doing its part in taking cous and permits free and natural breathing. Its soothing balsams heal some of the sting from the sub- the irritated membrane and arrests marine menace. Premier Lloyd further inflammation. Pleasant to George, in the House of Com- take. Keep Dr. Bell's in the house for all colds and bronmons on Friday, gave high praise chial troubles. At Paull Drug Co., Adv to American aid and said that 25c. Submarine Situation Better. IT Arm. in Taylor county ConsistGO Rooms Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 " ing of 209 acres, 100 acres in woodland, Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 .'. 50 Rooms Adv-90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with not and Cold Runninz Water. dwelling and barn Situated 4J miles Single, $1 00 per day; 2 people $0 75 each 75Room3....'. (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 peopla 100 each If by chance a woman does not south of Campbellsville, on Robinson 50Rooms Single, 50 per day; 2 people 125 each COFrontRooms become a home' maker, but en- creek. Price 83,1)00. Rooms with Private Rath: CO Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each ters a business pursuit, she 124 acre farm, 2J miles S. W. of Dunn CO Rooms Single. 2 00 per day; 2. people 150 each Casey, and Russell ville, in meets unusual difficulties. The counties, Adair, good buildings, .reasonable THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. man has been in business for good orchard, good spring, well water, generations; the woman is a 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 andjup. 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, newcomer. Some employments limestone land, 8C00 to- $S00 wortlr of The Louisville Hotel andjthe Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a 's Walk to the retail district and theaters. timber. Price 32,800. are closed to her, either because rrivate Bath: - - three-block- Pine-Tar-IIon- Pine-Tar-Hon- more effective blows have been dealt the submaaines during the last three weeks .than in any corresponding period of the war. b a result he declared, the food situation in Great Britain shows improvement and the. present month should show a falling off in the number of submarine victims as compared with April. i Shouters and Doers . Never Neglect a Cold. A chill after bathing, cooling off suddenly after exercise and drafts, give the cold germs a foot hold that may lead to something worse. Safety requires early treatment Keep Dr. Kingrs New Discovery on hand. This pleasant balsam remedy allays inflammation, soothes the cough and repairs the tissues. Better be safe than sorry Break up the cold with Dr King's Hew Discovery before it is too late. " At Paull Drug Co.. 50c and 81 OO. Adv A year or so ago the supermili-tan- t East sneered at the pacifist Middle West. 'The subrural valleys and plains were peopled with mollycoddles and slackers, we were told. The Mississippi Valley was a dreary waste of apathy. We now learn that the highest percentage of volunteer recruits for our Army and Navy is coming from the Middle West. The agricultural backbone of America is a good, stiff, hardy backbone, to be relied upon for the true Yankee Doodle brand of patriotism. They are poor shouters out there in the Middle West, but they are great doers. Youth's Companion. More power ,to them. " i -- they require too great physical strength or endurance, ,pr because conventional considerations forbid. Americans look with disapproval upon women's working in the fields, as they do in foreign countries; and yet there is much field work that is more interesting, more wholesome and much more suitable thkn some.of the work that American women are allowed to ao sucn ior example, as they do in laundries and in factories. Not only are women considered as invaders in men's fields, but also they suffer because men, invading fields once considered strictly feminine, are becoming dressmakers, cooks, laundry managers and clerks. Moreover, for the same work women receive lower pay than men. Do not those, difficulties constitute a compelling appeal to give women in their schooling every possible equipment for success? The Gen. Carranza, of Mexico, is now seeking an alliance with the acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price $1,200. 175 Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. ' Three bouses, 7, (i, and 5 rooms, I acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price S1J200 eacn. House and loton Fair Ground Street with six rooms, good well and outbuildings, all new, house wired for lights. Price $1,150 o You Dread Hot Weather ? Doe3 it cut your energy, disturb your stomach or bring you near prostration The well man isn t airaid oi neat. But it 13 trying on the weakened body BUILD UP YOUR STRENGTH Get your digestion in order, remove all irritation, dispel all stagnation. Put yourself in Bhapo to enjoy the summer with good tonic PERUNA INVIGORATES If you want to buy or.seIl it will pay you to do business with us, we are sell ing some apd pleasing buyer and sell- er. We also (for private reasons) have other valuable property that we have not advertised bub will sell. Desirable dwelling houee and six and ninety acres of land in the town of Columbia, good outbuildings and a small tenanthouse, good orchard and well watered. $2,500. Want to bby 400 or 500 acres of land for Hunting grolind. Don't care for 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 Russell counties. Three residences on Hdrfc Street just out of corporate limits of the'town of Columbia. Prices, 8400, $300 and $700. Will give you a bargain; come and see them if you want something .cheap. hs 0 It restores the perfection of digestion and removes the inflamed conditions (catarrh) that make you weak. It freshens the blood, steadies the ncrres, end supplies just what you need to enter tha hot season with confidence. Perdna is a real tonic, with especial efficacy in catarrhal conditions. Liquid or tablet form whichever is most convenient wOl safeguard your health. The Poruna Company, Columbus, Ohio Smashing the Austrian lines On the front in France there has b,een a recrudescence of in- on the Carso plateau and in the The relief fund for Mattoon, Milkmen' in Louisville are hold111., has reached $100,000 and ing a convention in .Louisville-tconsider raising the price of the Red Crosses f at work cari ng for the injured. milk, o 157 Acre Farm, four miles N. W. Columbia, well Improvedr and good land. Price 84.500. United States against,. Germany in return for financial support from the U. S. government. maiiauuuuuiuiiiiiiiiuuiim fantry activity, but not on a mountainous country north of large scale. The British made Gorizia, the Italians have made gains in local attacks northwest additional and important gains. Gen, Cadorna's troops also cap of Sb Quentin and near on southern tured more than 1,200 prisoners end of, the Arras. On the Aisne and eleven guns. In an assault and Champagne fronts both the between Jamiano and the coast troops crossed the Germans and French have been the Italian Duino and active. Around Teuton, in Cham- railroad between northeast of San Giovpagne, the German Crown Prince made three attacks and anni, and carried a strongly for- -' succeeded in penetrating the titled hill southwest of MedeZ2a. French line. A counter attack The House cut the appropriaby Gen; Petain's troops, howev- tion for the Food Control mm er,' forced' the Germans to retire ure $3,60O0,O00arid'tiM bill witf agafn. to their own lines. be passed this wart. Mon-falcon- e, ..4& - . '.?3 v -- w tTtJLtJl'. 'N. l fjk teSSSSK Obituary; trSKSSBasfiaBMSSgi i . - u- - Trof-rjr'j.r3- r "tf7-- .. . -- - m A3Amc&i$& ii. "--- M m -- ; & -- ..- - wwii - rt immw I'lifwcfi-ffiiiJUf- .II.... r ,, , I.,,, c m i lui l tion. Sic wltli fade- b'aek almosfi EVERYTHINd IN fading tHe light, with the latter1 TKd death angel visited the coming over your left shoulder. home of Mrs; hoi 'Coomer May "3. When working with net 12, 191?, and claimed as, a victim or fine laces that are white or her beloved husband, W. C. light colored, wear a black apron Coomer. that is without gloss, and never Six Years Ago,, Thinking She MigM Die, Says Tesas Lady, But Now He had been afflicted for a wear a dress or apron that has a She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For number of years, and was con- figure or stripe of any sort in it. Her Recovery. Also Ellwood and American Fence. fined to his bed for six months. Use plain colors as a background All that the loving hands of his for your work, and use colors Royse- City, Tex. Mrs. Mary the better. That was six years ago dear wife and children, brothers, that are receding, like blue, dark says; "After the and I 'am still here and am a well, of strong woman, and "I owe my life to friends and medicai skill that brown or green." birth of my little girl... my side comCardui. I had only taken half the CO. could be done was done, but to menced to hurt me. I had to go back by Can't Reform Children bottle when I began to feel better. Incorporated no avail. I l&Eaat Matfcci Street Between to bed. We called the doctor." He The misery in my side got First and Brook less... I . ''Uncle Billy," as he was fatreated me. ..butI got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardui Louisville, Ky. miliarly called, was a true Christgot worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I( ian in every respect. He made In the June Woman's Home was unbearable...! was in bed for did not need any more for I was well Scott and never felt better in my life... I friends just as he became ac- ComDanion Miriam Finn three months and suffered such agony have never had any trouble from that quainted. Always met his says: that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . day to this." friends with a handshake and a "Too frequently the attitude I told my husband if he would get Do you suffer from headache, backof the unthinking father is to smile, having a cheerful word GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, me a bottle of Cardui I would trv it. . . ache, pains in sides, or other discomrepremand or suppress the child, for all. , I commenced talcing it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feef without giving a thought to the evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf so, No conversation was carried on possible cause of the child's irri- me..." for I knew I could not last Sive Cardui, the woman's tonic, a but a short time until he drifted thought to its many days unless I had a change for trial. J. 71 onto the Bible and religious tating fault, or a One day at a affairs, and he was a great influ- nossible cure. a small boy began Department of Public Roads. nature of the Country and the ence for good in any community. beach hotel, type of road surface. Each pawas not afraid to He professed religion when quite to boast that he cold water up to While it is universally recog- trolman is required to provide young and joined the Methodist walk into the 'Kee'p quiet, you know nized that the secret of good himself with the following outfit; church. He had beeiuclass lead- his neck. Don't say roads is chiefly one of mainte a single horse and dump - cart er for about ten years, and dur- you are a coward. pick, hoe, rake, ing that time only missed three that again!' said his father nance, opinion is more generally . and shovel, divided regarding the details of stone hook, axe, iron bar. iron Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in appointments until confined to sharply. "To be sure, this boy was a maintenance plans to be followed chain and tamp. Special tools Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. his room. and implements are provided by coward, and the father was per to secure the best results. He was 60 years and 11 months The second prize will be presented to the Most Popjustly displeased; but by Broadly speaking all mainte- the state or county officials when old when the summons came. haps ular Mother. squelching the boy he certainly nance work is done under one of required. Was married to Lou Roach in did very little to help .his son two systems, the intermittent or Each patrolman gives his con- The third prize will be presented to the Most Pop1876, and to this union was born conquer his cowardice. In the the continuous system of main- stant attention to the mainteular Minister. 16 children all living but three. place, the father did not re- tenance. Under the intermit nance of his section and patrols There are now two boys and one first The fourth prize to the Most Popular Old Maid. boy was tent system an attempt is made it every day, rain or shine. The girl single. These children with alise that perhaps the probably' to do all the work at ojae time, patrolman is responsible for the Voting Ballots will be presented with ' every CASH sale. their mother are now keeping riot born a coward but made one through needless sup- and that a very short time, dur- entire section in his charge. The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leave3 house at Basil, Ky. through meaningless ing one or two stated periods of The patrolmen keep all cul- the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave Brother Scott at his request pression, now the year. Under this system verts, ditches and waterways without voting. The date of distribution of prizes will be anconducted the funeral service, 'don'ts.' What he needed which- - would en- the roads are allowed to deter- open .and free from obstructions, nounced some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. Bro. Rowe, the pastor, being un- was a stimulus courage him to meet physically iorate and shift for themselves all loose stone and rubbish reEveryone is requested to send in the names of Candidates able to assist as requested. which be only dared face between the periods of repair. moved from the road, guard safe not later than the Seventh. Of course candidates names will be "Uncle Billie's" father died that imagination; what he Road defects, when they begin and painted, brush and vegeta enrolled at any time during the contest, but it is much better to when he was quite small, leaving in his needed' was sympathy and kind- to appear, are greatly accelerat bles growth cut from beside the start with the opening sales. him to assist his mother in the ed by the action of traffic unless road and on the inside of 6all struggle to care for a large fam- ness, and not rebuffs." These sales "will be of the greatest interest and entertainimmediately repaired. Neglect curves and repair all defects as ment to everybody in the five counties. Interesting changes will ily, causing him to see a hard Star Spangled Banner. of repair seriously impairs the they accur. Especial attention be introduced in the plans frequently, and constant interest will time all his life, but through all the cares and struggles of life he It is well' for us to know about efficiency of the road and de- is given to promptly removing be kept up till the finish. wouldpraise the Lord and say to our patriotic songs and our na- tracts from the pleasure of us- all glass bottles and broken glass ARE YOU WITH US? his lovingcompanion, it is for tional airs. The most beloved ing the road. This has led to from the roadway and to immedour good. He had visions of song of all perhaps is the "Star the adoption of the continuous iately repairing any washouts Then Send hi The Names Of Your Candiheaven through his sickness, and Spangled Banner," our national system of maintenance rather occasioned by unusually heavy dates At Once. would tell his friends of the hymn. Every one should be fa- than the intermittent system in rains. Will want not less than Twenty-fi- v Candidates for the Cap- -' communities where grandeurs of the visions. He miliar with the incident of its or- all Patrolmen are expected to would talk of dying and going to igin. The author was Francis road officials endeavor to con- - keep their section in proper con- ital prize, to the county. More if they wish to enter the contest. Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware heaven as we would of going to Scott Key, a young lawyer who serve the community investment dition at all times throughout take a trip. He was anxiously lived in Baltimore, Md. During in roads. the season. Emergency work is Farm implements and Machinery, Salt. Lime, Cement, Plaster, The continuous system of done nights or Sundays when Fertilizers, Bdggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, Gasowaiting the summons of the an- the war of 1812 Mr. Key had a gelic host, and died smiling as he friend, Dr. Beames, who was a maintenance in addition to re- necessary and is paid for extra. line Engines, Gasoline and Oils. Salvet, Bee Dee. pairing all defects as they apcrossed over the river. Patrolmen are required to reprisoner on aBritish pear, goes a step further and port their time to the proper y We know Uncle Billie Desiring to visit him Mr. Key is standing at the portals of heav- went on board the war vessel, endeavors by well directed and State or county officials and to Will be sold, giving a wide field and a good chance en beckoning to his host of under a flag of truce. Key was intelligent effort to prevent the obtain requisitions from these for every Candidate. to come on and live with temporarily detained and was formation of 'defects. This has officials for the purchase of all friends father, husband, and brother forced to watch the bombard- given rise to the now familiar supplies and materials. Instrucpatrol system, the essential re- tions, suggestions and advise are forever. ment of Fort McHenry. While quirements as indicated by the given the patrolmen by a compeA loved one from us is gone, watching thejheroic stand of the A voice we loved is still, name, being to watch over, in- tent maintenance foreman or flag against the incessant firing, A place is vacant in our home spect and repair. It is just as engineer. Which never can be filled. the words of the "Star Spangled necessary to inspect a public Bertha H. Coomer. Banner" came to MK Key's Each patrolman is expected to road at definite intervals as it is mind, and he wrote them in a make a study of his section of v Eye to inspect railroads. Continuous and Temper Savers. note book. The flag that in the road so that he will know the inspection and maintenance has INCORPORATED spired Mr. Key was found to be weak and bad places. ContinVlong been recognized as essen' "Those who do fine needle in a very mutilated condition, uous employment and the exerBrook & A. Streets work of any kind," say's a writer bearing cestimony as to how tial by all railroads. cise of good judgment in repairThe basic requirement to pa- ing such places will then greatly in ttie June Woman's Home Com- close the bombs missed tearing iLOUISVELVLVE. J3T- panion "will find it advantageous the flag from the staff. The trol system success is the con- add to the ease with which the to obserye these rules closely: tinuous emplopment of a patrol- road can be maintained. flag is now on exhibition in The price of good roads is eter"1. Do not sit too long at the and was made by Mrs. man whose experience and inter- nal vigilance in maintenance. task. If you wish to spend a Mary Pickersgill, the daughter est is primarily in road work; The maintenancd must not only day or a half day at it steadily of Mrs. Betsey Ross, who' made and the centralization of author- be continuous, but intelligent, for fifty minutes, and drop the the first American flag for Gen. ity over such patrolmen in a com- systematically planned and well Doors, petent engineer or official who is administered. The patrol syswork or the next ten minutes, Washington, June 14, 1777. Windows, tem has more nearly fulfilled "occupying your time with some able to plan with confidence any othFo rethought. improvements thing else through which the which those requirements than Mouldings, er system attempted. ' mind-mabe relaxed. At the People are learning that a little sometimes must wait for suc.' Porch Columns, . end of ten minutes go back to forethought often saves them a big ex cessive annual appropriations bePublic. To The pense Here Is an instance: E. W. . Stairways, the, needlework, again applyin Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: I do fore being carried out. "I have been using Chamberlain's Tablets for General Building Material. : yourself to it for fifty minutes, no& believe that our family has been In the practical application of six months, indigestion for the past and it affords me pleasure and.so continue throughout the and Diarrhoea Remedy since we tonu the patrol system, each patrol- to say I have never used a remedy i menced keeping house years ago. man is assigned to a section of that did me so much good.'VMrs. C. entirely. i go on E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlain,s Will Send On "2. Always observe closely When wer with an extended visit "we the road varying in length from Tablets are obtainable at Paull Drug lis." Obtainable , at take it ' . ' - J Adv . 4 to 8 miles, depending upon, the CoY i - ' Adv the, rule regarding light direc paull . E9 aa BEDSIDE Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. - Kil-ma- n, this-plac- Woodson Lewis April Fifteenth CAPITAL PRIZE ? Will Begin His Great Popularity Sale Contest $500.00 m up-to-da- te man-of-w-ar. to-da- AUTOMOBILES TOODSOisr xjewis N Fred G. Jones & Co. - ; " Bal-timo- re WHOLES AIJE sys-temat- ic y I 1 Catalog Request -- Drn'g-.Co- & j" - - Till ' - II "I!" l"lW IT. icwwTi-aWwgst- i Till inrni ii irmminn -' ii inriTJnfwig . r.. I: ill ' .. s b) A&&1H QOUHWE 4 Nw& , vffnBUL -l ' .eaK.-?'- ' .Vwrfn. InS.ITJW LasSESEBrrSKtaj 9. .jgsggfr - iflgffv: '- of. ? ,iVt,i'", tifftWWfSTftTMt i.(niiiin iffTWiiriirili"".,"',' tnTimrtf.yifmirTfTii-i''xr'fri-TrKTfrTnm- "IB M. A Can Vet Heir Sam Jone. Lecture. ' faihldn'S hmcles: . : 1 m fm m 1 It Ii yacatioa melodies. Day-Andre cTQf ttoctef T11? Etaihine and organdie are combined in one model. The tunic has quietly stepped into fashion again. Serge and satin are combined bfofau kt 5 Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Winters in a program all their own intaiIorea costumes. Young girls' evening frocks are still a trifle narrow. Nearly all the new coats are loosely belted in front. Yellow and wistaria are fashionable evening shades. Suede trimmings are seen on the new velour suits. Many Spanish notions are seen in the new millinery. Foulard is used a great deal in making summer frocks. String colored cloth frocks have embroidery in navy blue. The newest outfit for spring is the frock and the short coat. A gray military cape lined with yellow is immensely fetching. Golden bronze is one of the new colors introduced in shoes and frocks. Keeping up with sweaters is a serious proposition. A new model is madp of two colors, one above and the other below the waist line. Sometimes a wide decorative band is used at the bottom. Admiral Sims1 Record. kkkkkBrftkVK ' 'Ai& . " TBI?-- 7 phyiieal time. It's a time to get away from the monotony of everyday thingi and take a mental and American! have a Habit bracer. At baseball i the national iport, o Chautaoo,na is the national mental ittaulator. for the discussion of doing their own thinking. Thus 3,000 or more Chautauqua have sprung up in America as forums great social and political issues that are in men's minds. of the as a commu-nlt- y Twenty million people will get under the "big brown tops' this summer. They regard the Chautauo.ua broadening their outlook. builder, as a medium for the exchange of ideas and as an opportunity But the BIO thing about the whole business is the glirious, good time every one has. Think of five days of music! Here is the list: First Day. Mrs. Wilbur Starr Concert Party, four talented ladies In a program of ensemble numbers with the violin, cello, flute and piano; also readings in Japanese costnmes and child impersonations. camp meeting Second Day, Hann's Jubilee Singers in songs of the old plantation and old time darky Third Day. Emerson Winters Company. imitations, piano monologues and stories. Fourth Day. Pallaria and his band, a band that can follow the big success of last summers Chautauqua. Palaria has appeared in concert in the New York Hippodrome and was bandmaster on the battleship Kansas. formerly with Henry W. Savage Per" Fifth Day. The Handel Choir, with Mme. Mabelle Wagner-Shanof forces in New York: Two features stand out, their sacred numbers, sung in choir vestments, and their "Days 64" sketch, in which they appear in the quaint costumes of the early sixties. I VMkM Jm&vWM bbbbHHJUBi$ &-i-- f JbbbbbW ... bird mS?l-- l Ciatw' ? ' 1 Kv ' .bHibbbb BBBHMBBBBflBflBBBBBBBH Hbb1HHb1bbbHbbbbbbbbH bbHbPth BBBMBgilMiSiBre. ": THE LECTURE NUMBERS There are four great lectures: First Day, Bobert Parker Miles, on "Tallow Dips," newspaper man and world traveler. Second Tridon, on "An Inside View of Mexico."' He has spent two years in Mexico and went down to live the life of the Mexican and to get the facts about Mexico from the "greaser" as well as the man higher up. He is a French scholar and the author of books in five languages. He has Just returned from a two months' trip into Mexico, where he went as Mexican correspondent for the Independent Magazine. evThird Day, A. E. Wiggam, on "Heredity and Human Progress." He discusses a hundred problems that ery man and woman has pondered over. favor-it- e ' Fifth Day, Wallace Bruce Amsbary, on "The Poet Seer of Lockerbie Street," an afternoon, with the poet, James Whitcomb Blley. In addition, J. Franklin Caveny, clay modeler and chalk talker, pronounced by some "greater than Tom Nut. mHuHBBEH DENTON PbmjHBBeB1BBB x j C CROWL. j THE JUNIOR CHAUTAUQUA Then, too, there is the Junior Chautauqua for boys and girls, a whole story in itself. A patriotio hue will run throughout the entire program. The music will ring with patriotism, and a spiritof Americanism will characterize each address to be given. The Community Chautauquas have always represented tho highest Ideals and the most vigorous principles of true Americanism, and every town should plan this year to make its assembly a great rallying place of national loyalty and patriotism. PATRIOTISM THE KEYNOTE Season Tickets, $1.50 These aw selling right now of the local committee. member, of the family. Only $1.60 for the entire Ave days. You'll want one for each A t m -- IVW .lHt S1MBSt. mMnY 1 . - "b- -e A n W 5 1 Mil AjIIsWTI VM IIHI JONES was the greatest preacher of his day, and he lectured to hun of thousands in his long Chautauqua tours. He died a few years ago, but his lectures that moved more than a million persons to think and live better are being given by Denton C. Crowl, the second Sam Jones. Ten years ago or more Mr. Crowl made arrangements with Mr. Jones by which he was to keep alive the Sam Jones lectures after the latter's death, So well has lie done this that eighty Chautauqua committees through Michl- gan and Illinois last summer pronounced him the best attraction on the Chan- Wuqua program, and in the averages that were made up at tho end of the season from committee reports he ranked highest, making 99.6 per cent. Those who have heard Sam Jones say between tears and laughter, "It's Just like Sam himself." He gives the same lectures in the Sam Jones style of de- livery, varying his subject matter only slightly to cover conditions of today as he believes Sam Jones would handle them. In his appearance here this summer he will present the favorite of the Sam Jones lectures, the lecture that nearly a million persons have paid to hear "A Medley of Philosophy, Facts and Fun." SAM J j ! 1 ! j I It is announced that Rear Ad- WOVIMWtTMJJksSWST Junior Chautauqua Play Leaders A GROUP OF BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE JUNIOR DEPARTMENT ONE OF THE COMMUNITY CHAUTAUQUAS. AT Liberty Loan , 8onds-Patrio- iic '. jSafe.. and higher rate of interest, that the holders of these bonds can secure bonds bearing that higher Central Community Chautauqua System In the handling of their large number of Junior Chautauquas this summer. These young women are students, in Columbia College, Chicago, and have made a special study; of work. They have been carefully trained for tho important work play-Crou- TMiE above picture shows some of of the Junior Chautauquas and come children. One day she will tell "Camp ju the play leaders employed by the thoroughly prepared to "give to the Fire Stories," the next "Farorite Stoyoung folks a Joyful time they will long remember. "Their plans include many novel and interesting features that will have a strong appeal to the boys and girls. One of these play leaders will be here throughout the entire Chautauqua. At 9:30 each morning she will conduct the story hour for the ries of Many Lands," "Colonial Stories" and "Japanese Fairy and Folk Tales." A pageant will be given as tha grand climax of the Junior Chautauqua. The play leader win bring special costumes and scenery. She will also have a badge for every child that earns the money to buy his own Chautauqua ticket. nd A Chautauqua Feature IJ eral changes of gcrgeous costumes, will appear as the closing musical number of the five day local Chautauqua. They will wear Chinese Cps and gowns, opera capes, yellow THEJ Mendelssohn Sextette, In sey sport hats and coats, with parasols and beautiful evening gown3. The company is a singing orchestra. Their Instrumentation includes violin, flute, drums, cello and piano. Much of the music they will present was written for their use. They were and coached by Louis O. Runner of Chicago, organizer of some of the leading musical companies appearing on the Chautauquas, and their work has met with great success. especially organized t I War office says The Kingdom Come Coal Co., The Farmers Tobacco Ware-ha- s in a very short time the that been organized at Whites- - house in Louisville was destroy-bur- g 0 will have United States with a capital stock of ed by fire Sunday with $200,000 troops in France. $550,000. ready j worth of tobacco sold and Trie British . 100,-00- m&n Spanish steamers InShelby coupty 95 head" of .lor have been sunTc with the loss of' Jersey cattle, were sold for $38,-- 1 Ah over supply offish taken in lives byGtrjoan submarines. .' v, 570 Xth'e Baltic rejoiw tfie 'Germans . Two .more - i- ., . . , The patriotic nature of an in- rate when all these things are vestment in the Liberty Loan considered, an investment in Bonds of 1917 is something that Liberty Loan Bonds possessses all Americans will consider. The advantages that no other investfact that in purchasing such a ment in the world possesses. bond the investor is lending his There is another point which money to his Government to wise and thoughtful people will his country to prosecute a great give due consideration to and war, gives the investment a dig- that is an investment in Liberty nity that the ordinary invest- Loan Bonds is an investment in ment does not possess. The use the defense and preservation of to which the money is to be put, all their other property and all the noble purpose to which it is they hold dear the preservation to be devoted, all are things of all their other property and which appeal more or less to the all they hold dear the preservaAmerican heart. tion of their liberties. We would But let no one be led by these be in danger, if all our citizens consideration to look on buying a refused to lend their money to Liberty Loan Bond as a piece of the Government, of losing all benevolence or merely a contri- that we have our property, our bution to a worthy cause. The liberties, and our national honor. Liberty Loan Bond is as good an It has come to this, that we investment as an American cit must fight for these things, and izen cn well make. The rate of4 to wage war in this day and interest it bears may seem small, time requires not only men and but when its absolute safety is arms but great aums of money. Subscribers to Liberty Loan considered and the fact that it is nontaxable, and the further fact Bonds are charter members of a that it is to be immune from any society to maintain American taxes which later on may be lev- honor and to maintain democraied by reason of this war, and cy here and in other parts of the still another fact that in case the world. Honor and interest, paUnited States' Government should triotism and business judgment later during this war have, to all argue the wisdom of an in- borrow more money-- and. pay. a t vestment in Liberty Loan Bonds. miral Wm. S. Sims, U, S. N., now in command of the powerful fleet of American destroyers in European waters, will be advanced to the grade of Vice Admiral, which, in the matter of rank, will put him on an equality with all but the commanders-in-chie- f of the British and French navies. Admiral Sims has had a fine training for the important duty he is to discharge as commander of that portion of the American navy'that is to operate on the other side of the Atlantic. At n the time of the war of 1898, Admiral SimB, then only a Lieutenant, was sent to Paris to superintend purchases for our navy, and he was officially complimented for the character of his work. He speaks French freely and has a wide acquaintance among both French and British naval officers. In 1902 Admiral Sims was placed in charge of the office of naval practice of the United States navy and he held that post for seven years, earning the reputation of being one of the most scientific gunnery officers in the world. Later he served as president of the Naval War College, as commanding officer of a battleship, and still later as an expert in submarine and torpedo construction. When the present war began, Admiral Sims was one of several American officers sent abroad by Secretary Daniels to study the naval operations on the other side. He has been there almost all the time that the. war has been in progress and is consider--, ed one of the mo3t highly trained and efficient officers in ' our navy. Louisville Post. Spanish-America- Stomach Troubles and Constipation. berlain's Tablets are the most satisfactory remedy for stomach troubfea and constipation thar 1 ipua sold In thirty-fou- r years' drag store serrlc," writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Walls-bur-g, N. Y. Obtainable at Fault Drug-Co.- " Adt "I will cheerfully say that Cham- - - ' ' f "V V .JF.b ti r - - a -- .