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The Adair County news: September 19, 1917 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1917 ada1917091901_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: September 19, 1917 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . J ttTIITftJ VOLUME XX COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19. 1917. mtt$ i Farm For Sale. A well improved A NUMBER 47 i Judge Rollin . nr Kansa City, Mr. R. F. Rowe was a visitor to the Mo , is visiting his relatives here. State Fair. Mrs. M. Cravens was called to LouisMrs. F. J. Barger has been quite ville last Thursday, her mother, Mrs. sick for the past week'. Sallie Bradshaw, who is with her Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw is, spending daughter, Mrs. W. F. Hancock, in the city, being reported quite ill. a Tew weeks in Edmonton. Mr. H. N. Smythe, Miss Nell Follis, Campbellsville, visited relatives here last week. Mr. T. L. Willis left this- - (Tuesday) morning for Miami Station, Mo. Mr. Finis Rosenbaum, wife and children went to the State Fair last week. f Mr. S. A. Antle, prominent merchant of Russell Springs, was- here Saturday. - Personals. Hurt returned to I have 50 acres of land for sale. F. L. Selby, Esto, Ky. Frankfort Monday. Joins Geo. Aaron. Judging from the passing Adair and Russell counties patronized the State Fair very liberally. People were going through Columbia all day Tuesday and Wednesday. Eld. R. W. Wallace, his wife and son, Richard, who have been living in Lexington, Mo., arrived here a few days ago, enroute Winder, Ga where Sad and Lamentable Death. people great- Miss Ruth Hines left the first of the week for the Randolph Macon College, Virginia. . . Messrs. G. C. Cheatham and Cheatham, of Bakerton, were here last Thursday. Mr. J. Q. Phelps, of Esto, a prominent farmer of Russell county, was here Monday. Mr. Hugh Millikean, of near Mrs. Zora Rowe Bowl- ing Green, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ray Montgomery. soldier, a prominent farmer of the Cane Valley section, was' in years town Monday. He is eighty-on- e is good. old, and his general health Mr. W. T. McFarland is a victim of hay fever and has suffered much in the last ten days. It is not likely that he will be able to look after his business until the latter part of this month or the first of October. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bates and their children, of Jamestown, arrived here last Tuesday afternoon, en route to the State Fair. During the night their children were taken sick, and they decided to return home. Mrs. T. A. Holladay, who has been in St. Anthony Hospital, Louisville, for several weeks, returned home Friday, accompanied by her husband and Mr. Paul Waggener Mrs. Breeding hopes to be perfectly well in a few weeks. Mr. R. Mr. Creed Hood who is an Eld. Wallace has a call from the Christian Church, that city Last Wednesday the above family spent the day at the Home of Mrs. Nellie Conover, who was 86'years old on that date, and who is the grand mother of 60 bushels winter oats at 90c per Eld. Wallace. It was a delightful bushel. gathering, one that will long be reErnestCundiff, membered. Every member of Mrs. Columbia, Ky. Conover's family was present but Mrs. 47-Gfeo Cheatham, who was prevented from leaving her home. The W. M. U. of the Baptist church will have an open session Friday evenRecital Postponed. ing at 7:30 o'clock. All members of church and members of other W. M. On account of the death of Miss U'sare cordially invited. The prowill consist of readings and spec- pushing the Expression Recital at gram "the Lindsey-Wilso- n ial music. will be postponed Until Thursday evening September 27. Lost: Between Montpelier and Columbia a pair of glasses and case. Roll Call and Covenant Meeting. The case has name of a firm in Elpaso Tex., on ifc. W. C. Grider, On the- 30th of September, fifth Sunday, the Columbia Baptist Church Montpelier, Ky. will have a roll call and covenant Mr. J. L. Campbell, who was ap-- , meeting. We urge a full attendance pointed postmaster at Dunnville, last of the membership. July, is giving entire satisfaction. Since his appointment one rural route Arm Broken. en has-beestablished, affording great 2t , The Columbia were farm 5 miles south ly shocked ofSunday morning'when last of Columbia and 1 mile west of the Intelligence that Miss Yltula of 81 acres. 14 acres in timber, Rushing, teacher in the primary de50 acres limestone, balance in creek partment, Lindsey-Wilsowas dead, bottom. Good dwelling, good barn the end coming in her room at 5:30 and other outbuildings. Plenty of o'clock Sunday morning. It was water. Will sell at a bargain if sold known over town that she was sick, at once. but it was not suspected seriously, unRollin Johnson, Gadberry, Ky. til her father and sister arrived from 47-Owensboro the middle of the week. This term was the beginning of her Important. second year with Lindsey-Wilsoand she was very much: loved by the chilIt has been found best to change the dren who were under her, and all the dates of the Patriotic Meetings slight- members of the Faculty had the highest regard for her opinions. She was ly. They will stand as follows: Gad-berry, n, 3t n, Glenviile, Sept. 26. Antioch Church, Sept, 27. Cane Valley, Sept. 23. Knifley, Sept. 29. Every body is invited to come and bring dinner, spend the day and have a good time. 1 2 3 4 U. - B. Services. F. Paull and wife and Mr. arrived last week and will remain dur- Fred Hill left Tuesday morning for ing the school year. Lexington, where they will meet Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Hill, and the entire Mr.' W. T. Selby was here last Monday. Mr. Selby promises to furnish party will motor to Washington City, New York, and other interesting the news from Esto. points in the East. Mr. J. R. Tutt, and G. B. CheatMrs. G. W. Staples returned, last ham, of Milltown, were greeting their week from the Louisville and Cincinfriends here Monday. nati millinery market. Her trimmer, Mr. W. L. Brockman, a representMrs. John D. Wilson, arrived Saturative citizen of the Glenviile. coun- day night. Before her marriage Mrs try, was here Monday. Mr and son, Kinniard, prnvonipnrr t.n HiA- - np.nnlA ltvintr niSti t of town. $ A dispatch from Burkesville, to the Louisville Times, states that Judge J. C. Carter is being considered by the Republicans of the Eleventh district, to succeed Caleb Powers in Congress. The Correspondent thought that Judge Carter would make an idea, candidate. The Colored Teachers' examination for September will be held at the County Superintendent's oiHce on the 4th Friday and Saturday. Work to begin at 8 o'clock a. m. Applicants are to furnish their own paper and pencils. Tobias Huffaker, Supt. Everett Beard, who works for Goff Bros., got his right arm broken Wed nesday morning while cranking a car. Drs. Russell and Hindman set the broken limb. Cars without braks would save many pains and aches. Taken Up. Beginning the 1st Sunday in October Sunday school will be at 2:30 p. m. d of 3 p. m. as now. Preaching services 10:30 a. m., topic "Ten great Brble Truths." Communion service following. Sunday school 3 p. m. Evening service topic "Three Stages of Men." These will be last services in this Conference year. All are invited and given a welcome by C. II. Schad. the pastor jin-stea- a very modest young woman, full of spirit, her whole time being upon her school work. Those who have been intimately associated with her keenly feel the loss, and the pleasant hours spent with her will long be remembered, as the influence she left cannot be eradicated. She was a daughter of Dr. Rushing, Presiding Elder of the Owensboro District, one of the ablest ministers of the Louisville Conference. The remains were conveyed to Owensboro, the burial party leaviing here Monday morning. To the parents and other relatives of this beloved young woman Columbia extends its heartfelt sympathy in this their great sorrow. Resolutions. Whereas it has pleased the Divine Providence to remove from our midst into the Beautiful Beyond, our much Miss loved teacher and Yitula Rushing. Resolved, That we feel keenly the loss that we have sustained by the passing of this kind friend, efficient teacher and wise counsellor and though we shall see her no more in this world, her life in our midst, has been so nobly and bravely lived that we feel ourselves led on by her daily example to higher and better things. That we extend to the members of the family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy for the loss which they so deeply feel and commend them to the care of an allwlse God, who alone can comfort us at a time of so great bereavement. That, These resolutions be sent to the sorrowing family, ode copy be placed in the school, and another published in The Adair County News. G. L. Crume, ) Committee er, Automobile Owners. at the home of J. Arvin Bibb, of Greensburg, was Wilson was Miss Nora Cliff, and with Mrs. Staples two seasons. was A. Breeding Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Solon Robertson, of Pikeville, Tenn., is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Cartwright. I want to rent my dwelling and lot, near the Lindsey-WilsoMr. C. S. Harris and two daughters, The thiid call of drafted men in t L. T. Neat. Misses Lizzie and Mary, spent two Adair county reached the local board days last' week at the State Fair. Born to the wife of Hollis Morrison, last week, and cards for one hundred Messrs. C. A. Hammonds and Julius Sept., 16th, a ten pound girl Rosetta and.sixty men mailed. The examination commenced in the, office of the Gaskin, business men of Russell Morrison. local board Mrnday. Springs, were seen upon the square Thomas Grant, of Crocus, sold to Monday. The Municipal Board of the town of Bennett & Grasam last week 11 head Columbia has just completed a conMessrs. W. R. Myers, W. H. San- of cattle for 8500. crete bridge across the branch, on the dusky, G. M. Stevenson, J. F. Patte-son- , Born, to the wife'of Reed Shelton, street leading to the Fair Grounds, L. M. Young took in the big fair Mary ville, Tenn., Augusfc 30, 1917, a and near Parson's shop. The work last week son John Alexander. was superintended by Mr. L C. WinMr. H. T. Baker and sister, Mrs. W. frey, who is the city attorney. The D. Jones, spent several days of last There are twelve felony cases before cost is considered very reasonable, week in Louisville, attending the the court; forty-on- e misdemeanor about $165. State fair. cases; seventeen civil appearances. Send for the September number of The old reliables, W. E. Morgan, J. Lost: In Columbia, on Monday, the Review of Reviews. It is the D. Sharp, Dick and Finis Baker, Amandaville, were here at the open- Sept., 3rd, aSilverine case Elgin move- most interesting periodical published. ment watch. Bring to this office and All the information it contains is reing of court. receive reward. liable, written by the best of writers. Mr. T. L. Upton and his son, WilIts war articles are the most satisfactBorn, to the wife of Edgar Creel ory, because the authors deal in facts. liam, X. Brockman and Olen Rosenbaum, all of Glensfork, took in the Yates, of Bowling Qreen, Saturday Address 30 Irving Place, New York, big Fair last week. night the 14th, a son. Mother and N. Y. Dr. Jas. Taylor and wife, Misses baby doing nicely. Some of the substantial citizens of Mollie Caldwell and Edna Lewis and The RapidJTransit Company sold its Mr. Alvin Lewis motored to and from building and Milltown and its surroundings are en the ground upon which deavoriug to raise, by subscription, a the State Fair last week. is located, to Mr. F. H. Durham. it sufficient sum of money to build a ' Mr. Herbert Shaw, who is at work Consideration, private. pike from that place to Camp knox, a at Danville, is reported very sick. distance of four miles. Should the "Walter Ingram has purchased of His brothers, Harlan and Seymour, his brother, Henry Ingram, the farm, project go through it would be a went; to his bedside last week. If this piece of road is built, it one mile from Columbia, upon which Mr. Geo. W. Hancock and wife, would give the people of the Milltown $4,250. the latter resides, for Lincoln county, were here the first of country a pike all the way to Greensthe week. Mr. Hancock came down The Cooperation meeting of the burg'. to be before the examiniug board. Christian church will be held at Cane We have just received the informaMr. C. C. Holt, his daughter, Miss Valley, beginning on, Friday night betion that Mr. A. S. Chewning has Eula, son, Bradford, and Wallace Ed- fore the 4th Sunday 'in October. n. 47-2toll-pike. Foil sale: One mare and colt. John D. Lowe, Jr. I have employed Mr. Williams, of Lexington, who has"been a repair man There are two shoats at my house, for the Rapid Transit Co., for the six months old. Owner can have by past year, and who has had four years paying- expenses. actual experience in Automobile re46-G. A. Atkins, pair work. Men who want an experMilltown, Ky. ienced man to work on their automobiles call at my shop. All work guarGarden and Truck Stuff Wanted anteed and prices reasonable. ' J. M. Kearnes, Columbia, Ky. at Lindsey-Wilso2t n. 47-3- t A Serious Accident. are buying cucumbers, dried potatoes, molasses, kraut, green fruit, beans, canned and dried beans scalded. The first of last week Mr. Henry Also butter, only choice and fresh butCabell, nineteen years old, a son of Mr. ter wanted. and Mrs. J. F. Cabell, Miami, got badly hurt. He was mowing grass in the Married in Louisville. district school-hous- e lot, when his right leg nearly off at the knee. He Miss Elizabeth Coy, a niece of Mr. was attended as quickly as surgeons n in could reach him, and the middle of John Coy, this place, Columbia, was married in Louisville the week he was resting easy. The last Sunday afternoon, to Mr. Her. surgeon thinks at this time that his bertGardon. A bridal trip to the leg will not have to be amputated, East, and the patties will be at home but it will be stiff, the main arteries being fearfully lacerated. to .their friends inLouisville. We well-knaw- AllyeGarnett Katie Murrell Lindsey-Wilso- n. ) The Meeting. Our article last week was misleading in one sense. We stated that there had not been any public professions. This information we gathered upon the streets, but our informant was not posted. At the time we wentto press we are correctly informed that there had been eight or ten conversions. Dp to last Friday there had professbeen twenty or twenty-fiv- e ions. The meeting is still io progress, great good being accomplished. Rev. Weldon's sermons are fervent and pointed, and the crowds attending seem very much interested. Died Near Beck's Store. October Moonlight School Month. Mr. Henry Sparks, who was about October is to be moonlight school years old, died last Thursday morn- kmonth in the State. Many teachers ing. He lived a short distance from will begin on Monday evening, Octo"Beck's Store, Cumberland county. ber 1, and teach five evenings each He was recovering from Typhoid fe- week, .closing on Thursday evening, ver, ate something that did not agree November 1. North Carolina in one with him, and his death soon followed month known as "Monthlight School 30 monds, of Esto, were here Thursday, enroute home from the State Fair. Mr. Frank Waggoner left last week, stopping a few days at the State Fair, for southeastern Mu , where he will spend a few weeks, looking over the country. We have purchased the pressing shop from Edwin Cravens. We are prepared to dye, press, alter or make you a suit. Also clean and press ladies suits. Popplewell & Blair. PaulSmythe, a former citizen Columbia, now a prominent attorney of Bradentown, Fla., is here for afjBw weeks, visiting his relatives and many friends. Mr. of- - the distinction of being one of the best attorneys In the State came in promptly and this week he is. looking after evil doers. Mr. A. A. Huddleston, who has J. Y. White and, his wife who got badly hurt by a kicking horse two Mr. weeks ago, are recovering and the prospects are favorable for full restoration in a short time. Miss Myra Butler Left for Lebanon Monday morning. After remaining there a few days, she will go to Louisville, where she will submit to an operation for gall stone. Mr. M. O. Hughes, of Bowling Greco, who is connected with the National Agricultural Department, was here last wtek, looking after an in the sowing of wheat. , te been employed as manager of a splendid farm in Christian county at a handsome.salary with salary promotion promised. Mr. Chewning is one of our best young men one of energy and pluck and it is gratifying to know that he loves the farm and that his energy and good judgment ate The grade work was started on the appreciated in a real farming county. Jamestown pike last Thursday, beginMr. Bill Hood, who has employment ning at the lane leading to the Con-ovfarm, near where Wyatt Smith in Dayton, Ohio, is visiting his parents, near Columbia. He leaves i lives. Man past 30 with horse and buggy (Tuesday,) to take up his work. Mr. to sell Stock Condition Powder in Hood is an energetic young man of Adair county. Salary 870 per month. good morals and is steadily laying up Address 9 Industrial Bldg , Indianap- a good sum for the rainy day. It would be a great thing for the counolis, Indians. try if a large per cent , of our young The new Methodist Church at Fair-pla- men would pursue a similar course. It known as "Harmony" will be does us good to see any young man dedicated next Sunday, Rev. S. G. work with a vim and add to his bank Shelly will preach the dedicatory ser- account each week. mon. Every body is invited Dr. Elam Harris, who enjoys the s denMr. Williams, who haa been work, reputation of being a Rapid Transit Company, tist, will leave Russell Spnngs where log for the has accepted a position with Mr. J. M. hie has been practicing for a number Kearnes. He is a splendid workman, of years, and wiU locate in Campbellsville, having secured apartments in at all times giving satisfaction. the Gowdy block. He is not only a s dentist, but a splendid gensix young men who left here The week weife accepted by the board tleman The doctor and his estimable last in Louisville, have donned their uni- wife will be valuable acquisitions to form and are now in training at Campbellsville. They will be very I much missed from the Springs. Camp Taylor. , er to-da- read and write. Kentucky teachers hope to teach 20,000 during October For a short time I will pay $2.00 per principally men of draft Jage. Others hundred cash, for good Black Jack however, will be admitted. Blue skin Chestnut Oak and White Oak logs 8 feet, 3 inches long; deliver- McCandless Bottling Plant Burns. ed at Sandusky's mill at Columbia, Ky. Logs to measure 12 inches and . The Bottling Plant owned by Mr. up at little end. W. E. McCandless was consumed by W. H. Sandusky, Columbia, Ky. fire last Monday morning between 46-four .and five o'clock. The loss is about two thousand dollars, insurance $1,200. Not a thing in the building Valuable Farm for Sale. was saved. The building caught from the back end and Mr. McCandless has My farm, lying on Glensfork and no idea how the fire originated. He known as the Pack WilliB farm, is for loaded a wagon with goods at 3 o'clock sale. It contains 237 acres, and is a in the morning and only one match good stock and corn plantation. It is was lighted, and he is satisfied it in a good neighborhood. For further could not have caught from a match Information call on lighted by him. W. P. Summers, 46-Columbia, Ky. Badly Hurt. 4t 2t Notice. Month" taught 10,000 illiterates to Public Sale. Whereas, I have had the land owned by me, on the eastern slope of overlooking the Town of Greensburg, Ky., laid off in Town Lots of the proper size to make convenient and comfortable homes, I will on Saturday, Sept. 29, 1917, sell to the highest and best bidder, on a-- credit of six months, all of said lots, the purchaser giving bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money. The sales will be made on the land and commence at 10 a. m. These lots are beautifully located and will make ideal homes. Good guaranty of title. Persons desiring to pur chase can see plat at law office of J. McV. Shreve or Jeff Henry. A beautiful Shetland Pony will be given away on day of sale. J. L. Anderson. Buck-ner'sHi- ll, y Notice. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the Adair and Russell Telephone Co., a corporation doing a general telephone business in Adair and Russell counties Ky., by an order of its stockholders made at a meeting held a"t Montpelier Ky.,.on the 29th' day of Aug., 1917, will cease to do business as a corpora tion longer, and will close its corpo rate business and settle its affairs as such and cancel its charter to take effect Sept., ilst, 1917. All person indebted to said corporation are notified to pall and present claims, and those owing same accounts will call on Luther Williams, at Montpelier and settle same at once. y, first-clas- first-clas- Adair & RussellTelophone Co, Luther Williams, Fres. i O. A. Taylor, Sec and Treas. 44-4- Mr, George Jesse, who lives in Columbia, got badly hurt last Tuesday on Fishing Creek, Pulaski county. He is employed by an oil company and was operating a drilling machine. In raising the bit his jumper (a ccat) gob caught in a cog wheel. Wallace Coffey,xwho was working with Mr. Jesse, was called to stop the machine, but he became excited and did not do it very quickly, and as a result George gotall the flesh torn from the back of his right arm from his elbow to his shoulder, and also the flesh from right ' side, on the short ribs. was conveyed The unfortunate man to a hospital in Somerset, where his wounds were dressed. It was decided by the surgeon that they were not serious, but it will require days for him to recover. Mr. Jesse's wife and children left for Somerset Immediately after receiving the news of the acci- - Circuit Court. t fltat. - r.v The first day of the September term of the Adair circuit court drew a large crowd to Columbia, and business of all classes was good throughout the day. There werejseveral mule and cattle buyers on the market, and quite a number of mules changed hands. There were also a number of mule colts on the square, selling at from dollars per head. sixty to seventy-fiv- e Judge J. O. Carter and Mr. A. A. Huddleston arrived In due time, the court being organized in the forenoon and the grand Jury put to work. Judge Carter usually gives strong instructions, and hB did nob deviate from his custom. The docket for the term is abbot up to the avenge, and the baetoeaa fore the Judge will probably carry hiia. to the middle of the awm week B. kM.-cTir;--- r ,asffiriiffffi SlSkla$iAM " - 3 aciwMi.tTiga,.'wrifiy-..li.,H'',- rftwn .jiitgWftiiM. M'l!rujetjmxuJ--',- i MditutMtaJH' mt&tjTirrti4iiA&x&J&namw X. yw55flli JVa an iL in lnwwr 3fA-- . .. t.'Xn .i. - ... j- Ifniy ,I THE NtWS the top. it taking two large1 en this spring LSfge qtinntitto of gines to take Us to the top, buC it! are being sold in the East and Published Every Wednesday when we got to the top one ,of it is pdssible that the canning- of BY THE our engines turried back and we ifc On the Harbor will be UnderAdair County News Company went ahead down the other side taken before long. . (Incorporated.) at a rapid rate. i am tatting coo mucn space, I stopped off at Salt Lake city, but I will enclose another clipCHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. and went to see the Mormon ping from the same paper, and which if you think that it will be of Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest Temple and Tabernacle, buildings. I also interest to your readers you may ot the City of Columbia and the people oi Adair are very fine and adjoining counties. went out to Salt Lake that night. print it. ADAIR COUNTY - Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training School Safe Place to Put Boys and Girls - . TERMSOPENB SEPT. 3, 1917. They have all kinds, of amuse E. D. Barger. ment going on out there, some From s Camp Stanley. dancing, some bathing, and othYEAR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER er things too numerous to mention. The water in the lake has Lexington, Ky., Sept. 9th. WEI). SEPT. 19, 1917 a very obnoxious odor you can Dsar readers of The News: smell it for iwo miles away. As it has been some time since They told me that they did not I contributed any news to your Democratic T icket. know what caused it to be that paper, I will try to give you a way, and that it had been that little sketch of the life of Uncle way for about two years. Salt Sam's boys. Our daily routine For County Judge, Lake City is one of the cleanest some times becomes monotonous W. G. ELLIS and the most beautiful cities I but it is all for our good, so withFor County Attorney, ever saw. GORDON MONTGOMERY. out saying anything we grit our Aberdeen is a very pretty little teeth and plod on. We get up at For Sheriff, city on the harbor. There is a 5:30 each morning, stand roll call CLYDE CRENSHAW. Boys and Girls are under our personal 5. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten vast amount of manufacturing at 6, then get 20 minutes leg, For County Clerk, care at all times. building going on here. arm and body exercise, then po nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc and ship ALBERT A. MILLER. One thing that would be of inter- lice up and make ready for breakThe teachers are well qualified and have 6. Thorough courses. Our Students get For Jailer, est to the eastern people is that fast. Immediately after breakpreviously been successful. C. G. JEFFRIES. credit in any school in the State. the city was built on stilts in the fast everybody gets busy cleanNew Brick Dormitories, Electric Lights, greater part of ing up in and around quarters. beginning, but a For Assessor, Water Works, Bath and Steam Heat. 7. Good moral and religious influences but DUNBAR. the city has been filled in by At 8 we fall out for drills and etc, P. P. harbor 4. Healthful and Beautiful Location. pumping sand out of the not secterian. We have some amusements here, For School Superintendent, by turning large streams of such as boxing and ball playing, and NOAH LOY. COURSES: High School; Normal; Intermediate; Primary; Book-keepin- g; water on the mountain sides and and every few days we get to see washing them down in the valley. a real boxing contest. I am on Expression; Music, Vocal and Instrumental, FOR MAGISTRATE. Then another thing is the board the ball team, but don't like to Address, J. F. Mills, District No. 1. driveways, or as we Kentucky play, as we have to play on SatF. H. Bryant, District No. 3. L. M. Smith, District No. fs. people would say plank drive- urdays and oundays. We do not Conover, District No. 7. Melvln ways. They are fifteen feet drill but five days each week. COLUMBIA., wide, made of lumber foijr in- Tuesday we have field day at the Prom Washington. ches thick nailed to runners to fair grounds. This Company is one who is willing to help defend hold them up out of the mud in expecting to win in several of just cause. a the rainy season. There is one the contests so you see we have Considering everything that Aberdeen, Sept., 1917. of these roads that is forty miles plenty of excitement. The army connects with a life in the army, Editor News: I will write a few lines for lone. In Adair county we can't in general has a hard name. In we are a pretty well contented your valuable paper if you will get enough timber to crosslay a civilian life the army would look bunch of boys, but now and then Not mudholein the middle of the that way, you would not expect some unfortunate fellow who grant me a little space. Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass., writes:- "I road. four bottles Pertma, to be a place of refinement. cannot resist the temptations it I left Columbia July 16, and I have I taken say that it hasofdone mo and can The strike was just beginning This is a great crisis of the world that confront all boys in the ara great deal of good for catarrh of started on a western trip by the the week that I arrived here. and it depends on the U. S , to my, will take a few days vacathroat I recommend Ever Felt the head and sufferers "with catarrh. way of St. Louis, Mo., Jefferson P.eruna to all All the shipyards and mills of ev- start the world going smoothly I do not think I ever felt much betCity, Mo., Pueblo, Col., Salt tion without permission, or some ery kind on the harbor have been again. Any young man that has other trifling act, is put in a place ter. I am really surprised at the Much OrLake City, Utah, Portland, work I can do. I do not think too closed for about eight weeks ex- not a mother to support should of confinement known to the boys egon and other smaller cities, much praise can be said for Peruna." Lumber by Better all means enlist. But no, they who wear khaki suits, as the reaching Aberdeen, Washington, cept the Grays Harbor Those who object to liquldmedl-cine- s the Grays Harbor Iron tear death or afraid to leave guard house! This is only to reMrs. William H. HIncfcliffe, No. can procure Peruna Tablets. on Sunday night at 9:50 o'clock, Mill and and Steel. Co. The strikers Mama. That is alright at times, mind us of the things we have July 22. Of all the States I picket these mills but now is a time not to think of done that was not in accord with Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. Mar- house, the 27th of Sept, on passed through, Missouri has the would go and when the men would come out Mama, death or anything else, military rules. finest crops. They had fine corn, vin Medaris, in Russell county Thursday. Will have speakers night and call rather than the fall of our "Flag" For convenience I have taken recently. and oats. Eastern Kan- for noon and at wheat frum a distance and some local Mayor called that has stood so long for our position in the writing departsas had good crops, but the cen- them scabs, but the Mrs. Parson, of Columbia, is talent. Come everybody and stafreedom. Every one knows that ment of the Y. M. C. A., tent to spending this week with her bring western part was not so out the soldiers that wdre tral and d baskets and hear they arrested good. I saw a great deal of al- tioned here, and mother and home means more finish my letter, and around me daughter, Mrs. Meldrom Scholl, the war thoroughly discussed. and put a falfa in most all of the states several of their leaders in this than any two words we can utter, I see a number of boys who are at this place. There will only be one meeting picketing but for the love and protection sending lines of gratitude to West of the Mississippi, even in stop to so much fire Miss Myrt Combest spent a for each division and all teachcountry of western town. The I. W. W's., set mother and home, lets all unite mother, brother, sister or father, of the desert destroyed sevweek recently with relatives in ers, pupils and patrons in divisin one strong body, for already and I might safely say sweet- Campbellsville. Kansas and Colorado wherever to the forests and ion No. 2 are urged to attend. thou.you would strike a small stream eral large lumber mills and lum- our enemies and our allies are heart, for the kind letter they sawed Uncle Green McKinley, who laughing at us for having so have received, and asking them Program. of water that they could irrigate sands of dollars of has been with relatives here for you would see alfalfa and ber. many slackers. The people of to please try to start the next from, The government is taking over the U. S. are proud, but are we one just as early as possible. I several weeks, left this morning fruit trees along the narrow valThe Teachers' Association for leys, also Irish potatoes. Out some of the shipyards here and proud enough not to Btand the will say that from experience I for Russell Springs, accompanied Division No 1, will be held at ships that the scorn of the sister Republics. have found that there is but one by his son, S. M. McKinley. herein Washington the people completing the companies had started for the They are in the trenches fight- thing Mr.. Grant Collins spent Satur- Cane Valley, Sept. 28, 10:30 am: have planted their yards in potathat could be more appre1 Song America. Devotional Government. We have about ing as volunteers deprive them- ciated by a soldier boy than a day with friends at Glenville, toes. exercise Rev. C. Lloyd. five shipyards here, and several selves of everything for freedom letter from some one he knows, taking dinner with Mr. and Mrs. The prettiest scenery on my Hoqui-a2 School Discipline Definition large lumber mills. The and here we have men strong and that is their presence. So if Conda Blair. trip was just out from Pueblo, Mary Young. Sash and Door Co., started and robust, but are to afraid to any Adair county folks will come Miss Cora Lee Montgomery where we entered Royal Gorge, 3 Requisites for Good Disciup work again, by putting on there we took an observation girls instead of men, the girls fight. The officers say, a man to see us before we are called has return from a visit to her plineClarice Stotts. driven to protect his flag and away from Lexington, I assure aunt, Mrs. Miller, of Campbellscar and put on our gogles to keep 4 Means of Securing Good orare all wearing overalls in the home should be found no mercy you that we will give you a warm ville. the cinders out of our eyes, while plant, and when you see one comder Sandidage Allison. in their treatment. Men liyed greeting. And by this time I Mr. and Mrs. Rube Kearns and 5 we looked at the mighty canyon with Parents ing, it is hard to tell whether it on parched corn, waded the imagine there are some Adair while the train wound around children spent a Sunday recent- Avis Tupman and Mildred Walker is a lady or gentleman. even they didn't county boys at Louisville who ly at the home of Mr, T. J. Brysnow knee-deeand around for a distance of five 6 Essay Vista Royse. Visitors inspect Whaling Sta- have to be made fight, and now would be very glad to receive miles between these lofty mounant. 7 Punishment Rose Hunn and tion. An opportunity to "inspect with all modern improvements you too. You who are interesttains. This was one of the pretMrs. Sallie Bryant, who has Verna Todd. Bay City Whaling State-t- he tiest places on the trip. The the only whaling plant in the and the latest defense, nourish- ed in your boys, take a day off been in a wretched state of S Discussion of Consolidated ing food three times per day nice and see them. They will cer mountains were almost perpenUnited States outside of Alaska-- was quarters and warm bed to sleep tainly remember it when they health all summer, does not 1m- Schools Everett Allison and dicular in some places, and in Emmet Riggins. given 250 of the visiting in. We should not be driven. are doing duty for Uncle Sam prove much. others the rocks extended out, or NOON RECESS. today. All vibitors were what was calledN the hanging realtors to carry cameras through For the sake of our flag and iust over the "pond." Rugby. allowed 1 Music Cane Valley School. Very truly, home, we should start moving cliff. In places the rocks were and were accompanied and swear by the Almighty, the plant 2 How Secure Better Attend. Arthur C. Wolford, of a golden sunset color. There the by a guide, who explained the flag and home stand forever. Cassius Loy, of Gadberry, who ance Agnes Conover and Ruby 'Co. I. 3d Reg., Lexington, Ky. is an automobile road built in the industry. The visitors whaling Mr. Pedigo. is visiting his father-in-laside of the mountain that winds With respect, were shojni just how a big whale 3 Value of Seat WorkLulu John Henley, of this place, Ozark. around the sides until it reaches Clarence Marshall. weighing from 40 to sprained his ankle very bad and Royse and Virginia Smith. the top of the mountain. One carcass, is carved 120 tons, ud and sent 4 School Libraries Annie Far-ri- s the house. place we saw an automobile road Prom Lexington, Ky. The meeting at Clear Spring, had to be carried to cooking vats to be reand Albert Bryant. something like five hundred feet into the Martin Rowe, who was badly conducted by the pastor, Bro. duced into oil. The average Committee on Music Cane above ub cut out of the side of Piercy, closed last Sunday night. hurt last week, is some better. 60 feet Editor News: Valley School. the mountain, and there were whale measures about Robert Bryant, who has been The school is progressing fine 0 Mary S. Biggs, Pres. and contains approximately, Sitting on my cot which occuthree automobiles going along up employed by a railroad company here with Evin Roberts' teacher, pounds of whale tenderloin pies a small yellow tent that I Rose Hunn, Sec. there as we went along in the in Illinois, for several years, is There are several cases of steak. call my home, I can hear Wrestcanyon. They looked very small I keep on hands a fall stock ot Grays Harbor plant cap- ling with the soft breeze coming j'visiting his mother, brothers and measles in this section. for they were so high above us. The two There has been several water- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep sisters. He will be here We were very warm down in the tures about 300 whales a year from toward the Y. M. C. A., Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and weeks. His many friends were melon patches raided here lately. two hearses. We keep extra large gorge between the mountains, and has caught as high as 334 some familiar notes which bring glad to see him. The melons were all cut open caskets Prompt service night or day. but we could look up above us If all of the 2,000. whales taken back to me the blessed memory Mr. Albert Bryant visited in and pulled off the vine. The Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. and to either side and see the on the Pacific coast were utilized of these words, "Oh come to the J. F. Trlptett, such, 1 yr Columbia. Ky. peaks. for meat they would produce a church in the dell," and it fills Russell county last week. On best remedy I know for snow capped mountain supply of 28,000,000 pounds. longing to re- his return he was accompanied is admixture of one ounce shot, me with a sort of On these mountain sides there is powder shot out of The American Red Cross Soall. The whale meat is tender and live that part of my life when I by Miss Polly Belk, who spent one dram of scarcely any vegetation at Myrtle a good gun into their hide. ciety has spent $12,000,000 in Eudays with Miss In one place I counted five times delicious and has been growing was not a soldier boy. But as some We will have an all day Pa- rope in relief work since the that we made circtes on the rapidly in popularity since it these desires of course cannot be John White and family visited triotic day at Antioch school United States entered the war. r mountain aides in order to get to was first placed on the market granted. I am proud that I am Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offi- ce as second . P. Gc. CHANDLER, KY. IDo To All Sufferers Of Catarrh Think ilifefllj well-fille- m on p w, 14,-00- 45-- Red-mo- n. M. fwlftWjti?3&r-ii(- ' f ymisszz a&" Tff " "TTryinrarsTagaM .uj - y. .: HIUH.I . Hi II II iHE AiUra gqM m.il m nbWS 1MBJ IH.'JJ j t JJA, lUfJH HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow tfrde and Inlay work a Specially. All Work Guaranteed - New Eton cemetery. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. .Farewell Julia death can never Chill the love we have for thee, Nor the strong affections sever Till again thy face we see. lijilfll . M; Klijmi " tllliJ-I- L .&MTST&2&r.ri&3s LUfeft m i5L SfXCJfnm",.1-U- fi .- -- , i nj'f'-tJiJjA'- t IrfWJJMfeftiBlViiT-W-r- i 6VfiRY5 HNQ IN Tutt G. R. Reed A Friend. Monlpelier. Present conditions indicate, that Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store community will have the best corn crop that has grown here in a decade. Mrs. Luther Williams recently spent N. DR. a week with friends and relatives in Lincoln and Garrard county. DENTIST Mr., J. B. Grider and family, of Texas; and Mr. L. E. Hayes and Officr, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g family, of Carlsbad, N. M., have reup Stairs. cently made an extensive visit with - Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grider and Mr. Columbia, and Mrs. G. W. Hayes and other relatives in this vicinity. Messrs. Hayes and Grider have been in the West for Office: Russell Bldg. several years. They have excellent Res. Phone No. I. families and are making a success at business in their western homes. M. D. Mr. Clarence Hurt and wife, of Burnside, Ky., visited the former's father, Mr. Hurt is one of the large Colombia, Ky. number of young men who this community has reared to manhood and Will Answer All Calls. who are now dispersed around the globe in divers places marshalling the affairs of business, of church, and of state and are winning fame and for tune for themselves and reflecting I will drill wells in Adair an honor upon the community that gave letldence Phone 13 B sx i Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only cf mild, medicinal ingredients, with no. bad after-effec- ts. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. TUTT & REED rVFlATi BuiInesPhoe IS P ESTATE DEAUERS J. MURRELL Offer the following Property for Sale: FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. , FARM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price Steel Fence Posts Incorporated M6Caat Mather Streer Between first and Brook DEHLEPSBROS. CO- - EI-pas- o, Louisville, Ky. i Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, James Taylor, TAKE 85,000. WELL DRILLER If Mm You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other womenl It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. 1 read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. 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 1,600. (Bargain) Will Begin His Great Popularity, Sale Contest April Fifteenth Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. The second prize will be presented to the Most Popular Mother. The third prize will be presented to the Most Pop- adjoining counties. See me be them birth. Miss Nell Williams is visiting her fore contracting:. Latest imbrother, Cyrus Williams, of Cave City, proved machinery of all kinds. and her uncle, Dr. L. E. Williams, of go to Pump Repairing Done. Give Glasgow. She will also Cave. me a Call. Mr. W. G. Leach and family, of Mam-mout- h $500.00 CAPITAL PRIZE J. C. YATES OTPB'ICHJ DENTAL Dr. James Triplett NTIST OVKR PAUIi, DRUS CO. Columbia, Ky. BS8 PHONE 39. OFFICE PHON1 L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Merkel, Tex., and Winfrey, of Campbellsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Grider last Sunday. Mr. Lucian Moore has just returned from Kansas, where he rented of his brother, O. D. Moore, of Brown Co., a 526,000 farm. We understand that he will sell property here and take up a permanent residence in Kansas early in 1918. Mr. Moore is a successful farmer and business man and we predict a successful career for him. Miss Nell Bean Moore will leave for Highland Kansas in a short time, where she will be in school during the ensuing year. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stone and Miss Vie Murrah are attendidg the State Mrs. Lawrence House and Lot: House with six out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limits. Price 8850. rooms, good ... for house and lot near the pub-li- o square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. $800 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barns, two Voting Ballots will be presented with every CASH sale. good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leaves the creek. Price right. the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave miles south of without voting. The date of distribution of prize? will be anbottom, good nounced some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, well Everyone is requested to send in the names of Candidates watered. All in high state of cultinot later than the Seventh. Of course candidates names will be vation. Price 4,000. ular Minister. The fourth prize to the Most Popular Old Maid. Farm of 121 acres, 5 , 45 acres Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. N enrolled at any time during the contest, but it is much better to start with the opening sales. Joppa. These sales will be of the greatest interest and entertainOkeene, Okla., is Mr. Jo Naylor,-oErnest Thomas, who has been in FArm in Taylor county Consist- ment io everybody in the five counties. Interesting changes will visiting relatives here. Louisville for several weeks, returned ing of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, be introduced in the plans frequently, and constant interest will 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, Miss Effie Conover, who has been home last Tuesday night. Mrs. AdaKelsey sold her house and dwelling and barn. Situated 4 miles be kept up till the finish. quite sick, is improving. acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres timber, fenced. 50 per acre. 75 f Fair. Misses Allie and Opal Garnett enConsultation Free tered the L. W. T. S., last Monday. Tom Willis, of Miami Station,' Mo., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Willis. An interesting program has been arranged for the teachers' association, which will be held at Zion, Friday, September the 14th. A large crowd Butlor BM'd'g on Public Square. is expected. COLXMBIA ICST., John Troutman, vsrjio has been on the sick list, is improving. A large crowd attended the ball Obituary. game at W. W. Brockman's last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bailey have movdepartMrs. Julia Allen Jones ed to the Bryant place. We are glad ed this life August 24. 1917, at have them with St Joseph Hospital. Logansport, toThe members of us. church are Zion Ind., after an illness of several considering the plan of having preachweeks. She was the youngest ing twice a month. It seems to be a daughter of Henry and Mary very favorable proposition. Blakeman, and was born March Mr. Frank Sanders has returned 15th, 1894, near Columbia, Ky. from a visit to Colorado, to see his At the age of 18 she was married son, Charlie. to John D. Jones. They lived Mildred, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. together 4 years 8 months and 9 C. W. Young, who was very aick for a week, is improving. days. The most of their married B. G. Willis has returned from Illilife was spent in Logansport, nois, where he worked during the Ind., Detroit, Mich., and Buffa- summer. He is in the draft and exlo, N. Y. At the age of 20 she pects to leave the middle of the month 15 Years Practice Dr. James Menzies OSTSOFftTH lot, at this place, recently, for S250. She also purchased a farm near Mont-pelie- r, known as the Pendleton farm, for $600. Pierce also sold his farm to Otha Chapman for S1,000. Henry Wells sold a milk cow to Ivan Loy, recently, for 60. Logan Bennett and family, John Will Blair, who have been in New Mexico for several months, returned to their old home recently. Virgil Collins, of Ozark, passed through here one day last week. Levi Andrew and wife made a business trip to Columbia last Tuesday. I. F. Andrew, of Cumberland river, spent several days in this community the first of the week. Miss Cora Kelsey was visiting relatives at Crocus last Monday night. Oscar Sexton and wife, of East Fork, were visiting the latter's brother and sister, Jo Morgan and Mrs. Tena Fletcher, near this place, the latter part of last week. Oacar Willis, who got two of his ribs broke, recently, is improving. George Collins is erecting a large stock barn on his farm near this place. Matthew Taylor is having some improvements made on his dwelling house. south of Campbellsville, on Robinson creek. Price $3,000. ARE YOU WITH US? 124 acre farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell Then Send In The Names Of Your Candicounties, reasonable good buildings, dates At Once. good orchard, good spring, well water, 6 acres in meadow, 70 acres.cultivation, Will want not less than Twenty-fiv- e Candidates for the Cap20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone land, 8600 to $800 worth of ital prize, to the county. More if they wish to enter the contest. Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Farm implements and Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roads, Russell County, on Dixie HighBuggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, Gasoway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. Fertilizers, line Engines, Gasoline and Oils, Salvet, Bee Dee. saw timber Price $1,200. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, J acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price 1,200 eacn. House and lot onFair Ground Street with six rooms, good well and outbuildings, all new, house wired for lights. Price $1,150. timber. Price $2,800. AUTOMOBILES Will be sold, giving a wide field and a good chance for every Candidate. to do business with us, we are selling some and pleasing buyer and seller. We also (for private reasons) have other valuable property that we have not advertised but will sell. you If you want to buy or sell it will pay VVrooDsoisr lewis THE MEWS, ONE DOLLAR W. J. united with the Baptist church, New Zion, and to the end of life she lived a faithful and consistent christian. She is survived by a father, mother, two sisters, Mrs. Annie Moore, Logansport, Ind., and Mrs. Minnie Bridgewaters, Indianapolis, Ind.. and four brothers, Hesikiah and Isaac, of Springfiilcf, and Robert and Albeit, of this place. The remains were brought to this place for burial. Funeral services were held in the New Zion church, conducted hy Rev. R. B, Perdue, assisted by Rev: T. B. Lasley. The building was inadequate to hold the people who came from adjoining vicinities to pay their respect and to show their profoundest sympathy for the stricken husband and relatives. The interment- was in - to go in training. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Barger spent part of last week with relatives on CaGlensfork. sey Creek. Died on the 6th, Mrs. Quince Grant. She had been sick for several weeks. She leaves a husband, an aged father and a host of other relatives and friends to mourn their loss. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Miss Laura Andrew, who has been visiting relatives in Casey county for several weeks, returned last Sunday, accompanied by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley, who remained several days visiting relatives near this place. Jtuel Ross, of Inroad, was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Sarah Abrell, one day Desirable dwelling house and six acres of and ninety Will Garnett has purchased a car. land in the town of Columbia, good Tandy Thomas and son, Finis, were outbuildings and a small tenant house, visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. good orchard and well watered. 82,500, Hester Traylor, at Breeding, last SunWant to buy 400 or 500 acres of land day. for Hunting ground. Don't care for Will Lyon, of Campbellsville, passed quality or improvements. Don't want through our town last Thursday. 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 Hurt Street just out of corporate limits of the town of Columbia. Prices, $400, 8300 and 8700. Used Years Will give you a bargain; come and see them if you want something cheap. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog 40 S CARDUI S The Woman's Toxic Sold Everywhere Price 157 Acre Farm, four miles N. W. Columbia, well improved and good Woman's suffrage was beaten The body of Lee Owens, of land. Price 84.500. about two to one in the Maine 88 Acres of land within i mile of the Nelson county, who was killed corporate limits of Columbia, Ky , by a train between Boston and election. good new buildings, and well watered. Lebanon Junction, was buried in 2,500 fi M the Catholic cemetery at New Haven. He was 31 and leaves a family. last week. W. L. Brockman and wife were iting Henry Wells and wife last vis- g COLUMBIA, KY. UiliilUUUlilUUUiUiUUUiUiUl The Austrians, heavily have been able to check years old, the Italian advance on Trieste'. ed, During the month of Auguet The food supplies at Petrqgrad, 168 producing oil wells ware and Moscow are almost exhaust- - brought in. They are located in 29 Kentucky countm. ied. - f. fcl . .A. . r -- .5,, LOCALS. Public Sate. .trwar ' MB ABair cotikft Fares . -- MMWs ja- fciS P7tt - Jtt, ..fAT " - mt ,.?. -- rf Low Round-Tri- p TO- ' ( On September the 28, 1917, we will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at Columbia, Ky., the following articles: 1 Five Ton White Truck, 1 Borroughs Adding Machine, 1 Oliver" Typewriter 1 Pair Standard Scales, 1 Office Chair, l Stand Table, 1 Gas Tank, 250 gal capacity, 1 Oil tank, 1 Oil Pump, I Gasoline Bowser Pump, 1 Gasoline Station at Campbellsville, 1 Pair Freight Trucks. Also a lot of refused freight and other things too numerous to mention. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. Rapid Transit Co. - ItENTUOK Y Sept. 1015 FlIR. Louisville, ST A.T3E Excursion Tickets on Sale Sept. 10 to 15, via 646"0"0"6"6"6"fr44$ 9 06"94"Q4949"frfr Louisville & Nashville R. R. For1 returning until Sept. 17. further particulars apply to, local agent L. &JN. R. R., Good 4 or write R. D. Pusey, G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. We Must Increase Our Wheat Acreage So see If8 Bere-Ce- me KPBBmaiBBmaaBa In-- See nBnaEEnnsBaBMMMMBi laaaHoiMnHHMi It A Tremendous Blast. Mr. C. H. Hockersmith, the State road Inspector, now engaged on the Jamestown pjke, let off the largest blast that was ever made in Adair county last Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. With a crew of hands he is getting up rock on L. W. Bennett's farm, know as the J. M. Russell farm, one mile from town. He drilled a hole eighteen feet deep, In which he put fourteen kegs of powder, attached a fuse, and touched it off, throwing out one thousand or more perch of rock. He is now proparingto make another blast, and at this rate of throwing out rock he will soon have a sufficiency for the road. . once and avoid" loss. We have two cars of Fertilizer ready for you, don't wait too long, the demand may exceed the supply. We have Wheat Drills on hand now, buy" and save money. that your Drill is in good shape. Let us know what repairs you need at The Jeffries Hardware Store. TSie New Type "Z" -- The October American Magazine. Fairbanks Morse Oil Engine MELAJL 9"64"6"Q"Q44"9"Q"9 Q"C"Q"8'4$4'C"Qi G. Mary Roberts Rinehart has written . a wonderful, inspiring article called Save money by grinding your own grain. Make "My Creed," for the October AmerDo with a ican Magazine. She has something to money by grinding for your neighbor. say about the war that will make you Oil Engine. Williams Mill and Fairbanks-Mors- e sitjup and gthink. "Dropping the You can grind 60 to 80 bushels on 6 gallons of the cheapest coal oil. Easy Job and Tackling theS Tough You can buy coal oil at less than half the cost of gasoline. One" is an article about Henry L. Doherty, the great public utility man, , See me and get my prices. which tells how he rose from a newsIT. boy to a "How I COLUMBIA, KY. Advertised Myself Into a Better Job" is a personal story of success; and "Have You a Friend Who is a Lawyer?" is written by Arthur Train and is filled with sensible advice 381 Fourth Ave., New York. IS MOIST" Y There are some nice little crops of the weed in this locality. Mr. James cox, who has been in Cincinnati, Ohio, returned home one day last week. Miss Ruth Squires was visiting her brother, Henry Squires, at Neatsburg, it Fred Jones .INCOR.POBATED & Co. last week. multi-millionair- e; The October Woman's Home panion. Com- Articles and fiction which stimulate and entertain are part of the October Woman's Home Companion. "American 'Children," by Agnes Repplier; "The Women Go To War," by Ida M. Tarbell; "Uncle Sam's Camp Meeting" and "Cutting the Coal Bill" are only a few of the usesul articles. The fiction includes the first installment of a new serial entitled 'Flaming Knight," by Grace S. Richmond; and stories by Peter Clark Macfarlane, Sophie Kerr, Waiter A. Dyer, and Laura Miller. 381 Fourth Ave., New York. Going Some. Mr. Joe Naylor, of Okeene, Okla., who visited here several weeks, left Monday morning of last week, in an auto, accompanied by Mr. Rex Holla-daHere is a schedule of the first y. day's journey: Lett Columbia at 3:45 a. m - " Arrived at Campbellsville 4:52 a. m. Arrived at Lebanon, 5:55 a. m. Arrived at Danville, 7:35 a. m. Arrived at High Bridge, 8:35 a. m. Arrived at Nicholasville, 9:46 a. m. Arrived at Lexington, 10:15 a. m. Dinner at Camp Stanley. Arrived at Versailles, 2.20 p. m. Visited two farms. Arrived at Frankfort, 4:05 p. m. Arrived at Shelby vllle, 5:10 p. m. Arrived at Louisville, 6:30 p. m. Latest War News. Russia's internal situation was con- themi On the Franco-Belgia- n siderably clarified by Saturday's news dispatches, which announced the arrest of Gen. Korniloff, marking the definite end of his revolt, and the formation of a new Cabinet atPetrograd. Publication of the names of tile new Cabinet members was deferred for a day. With Gen Korniloff when was Gen. Lokomsky, who was In command on the Russian northern front when the revolt started, and who cast lot with his, chief. What the fate of the two .men will be is problematical. Opinion in Russia seems widely divergent as to the treatment that should be meted out to rrested front the on- most of the trenches Which the Germans penetrated north of Caurieres wood on Friday. On the Riga front, the Russians are uti 11 on the aggressive, and tbelr War Office reports advances which resulted in the occupation of several town. ly action were minor affairs, except at Verdun, where, Paris reports, the French were successful in regaining ' ;Death if a Faithful Ctlered Wtmaa.' town on August 21. Her lift and Patty Jones Simpson died In James- Mr. Gilbert Smith and sister, Miss Nora, of Gadberrywere visiting at Luther Murray's Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Huffaker will lecture on the war at Rocky Hill school house the 4th Sunday evening. Misses Verna Todd and Rose Hunn will give an ice cream supper at Rocky Hill scohool house on the night of the Do you wish to enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that the Tombstone 21st of this month. There will also or Monument you erect as a final tribute to the one you loved, and whose be a spelling. Let every good speller memory you wish to pass down to posterity, will not only be a fitting and be there, and a large crowd. beautiful memorial, but will also endure through ages to come? If you do, Mr. Joel darnell filled his appoint your attention is called to the many monuments of Marble and Granite which ment, singing at Hutchison school I have placed in the Cemetery at Columbia and surrounding hurrying grqunds, house the 2d Sunday evening, and we which will showou the beauty aria durability of the material used in their had some of the finest singing that construction, and attesting the care and neatness with which my woikisdon8. was ever heard. Lome again Mr. Call on O. P. Bush, Columbia, Ky., and tell him what you want, and he Darnell. will make you prices within easy reach of all. Give him your order and you Mr. Scott Todd, who has been dan will be sure to get the best on the market. g'erously sick for the past five weeks, is able to go about his room. We are MONUMENT MANUFACTURER, Lebanon, Ky. certainly glad he is on the road to recovery. Messrs. James and Calvin Cox sold death was a beautiful illustration of returned from Clinton, Okla., last one bunch of hogs to Mr. Smith, of the love and devotion which existed week. The enjoyed their visit fine. Columbia, for $196. between the slave anil slave holder. James Gilpin and family, of SparksMr. James Gresham sold one bunch years old and ville, attended church here last SunPatty was seventy-tw- o was born a slave of Abner Jones, of day and visited their daughter, Mrs. of cattle recently, for 885. Messrs, Eugene Gresham, Sam M. Jamestown. When his eldest daugh- J. L. Rose. ter, Mrs. Lou Simpson, married, he Rev. W. C. Christie filled the pulpit Suddarth, A. B. Cox, Cassius Shep gavePatty to her and she never left at the Methodist church in our city herd and Ed Ttiplett attended the her but helped to raise her large fam- last Sunday, with a very interesting fair last week at Louisville. ily of children, serving them faithfulMessrs. James and Calvin Cox enterdiscourse. We all regret to know that ly until disabled by sickness. Then last week. ed the Lindsey-Wilso- n this was Bro. Christie's last sermon the time came for a show of gratitude for us. lie is one of the preachers Mr. and Mrs P. Y. Cundiff of Camp and a return for the love and service that all denomination like. When Knox, Green county, passed through of this faithful old slave The chil- Bro. Christie and his estimable wife this placenroute to Mt. Pleasant, to dren were summoned from their vari- leaves us for other fields of labor,, their visit the latter's mother, Mrs. Nelly ous distant homes'. Patty was put in intinonno toIII cHll an nn nnrl Mialr Conover, who has been sick for quite a ..... .., ....w.y b the best room of the old Simpson places in tne cnurcn ana community long time. as white as will home and in a bed be hard to fill. May God bless Mr. Art Todd and sister, Miss Mary, snow. Mrs. Simpson and her chil them in their labor wherever they go. left for Cincinnati, last Thursday dren with loving hands administered Mrs. Myrtie Keltner, who 'has been morning. to her every want. A queen could not Mr. Joel Darnell, two sons daughtconfined to her room lor several weeks have received better attention. When with fever, is thought to be improv- er, and Miss Willard Darnell, Mr. ind Patty's eyes were closed in death the Mrs. Joe Todd and two sons, were grief of the Simpson family was equal ing at this time. visiting Mrs. John Cundiff's family Solomon Grady, a colored boy that to that bestowed upon a mother. ' They put her a"way in a beautiful cas- was raised at this place, and a boy last Sunday. ket covered with flowers, the'Simp-so- n that every body liked while growing 'The Cane Valley brass band will family attending the funeral in a up, "who has been living in Indianapo- make music for Miss Yerna Todd's body as first mourners. The writer lis, Ind., for the last 10 or 15 years, is spelling on the 21st. Every body is inhad the privilege of attending Patty's visiting his relatives and friends in vited to come and take a part in the funeral, having grown up with her. this section at this time. Solomon j spelling. Patty Tiad lived a1 consecrated Chris- holds his own and don't seem to change tian since a girl. Peace to her ashes. any in appearance as he grows older. Russell Creek Bend. One who knew her from childhood. Miss Mollie Flowers spent a day or so at Campbellsville the first of the week. Gradyville. Quite a number in this locality are Mr. Mason, of Beaver Dam,, Ky., cutting their tobacco. Buyers, are ofwho worked insurance for the past fering good prices. " We had some frost the first of the week, sold something like twelve thouThe singing at Hutchison school-housweek. sand dollars worth to our people and conducted by Mr. Joel Darnell, H. A. Walker was here the first of left for Louisville last Thursday. He last Sunday afternoon, was greatly apthe week looking after mules. certainly was on to his job and a per- preciated by all who attended. Quite a number from this fcplace at- fect gentleman in every respect and Louis Dudley and wifespent Thurstended court at Columbia last Mon- made a number of friends while with day and Friday with her parents, Mr. day. us. and Mrs. Johnnie Rodgers, near PickC. C. Hindman, of Milltown Mr J.J. Parson, the noted black- ett Chapel. was hauling shingles from smith of this section of county, has Art Todd and his sister, Miss Mary, Sparksville section, through our town, recently completed his large and com- who have been visiting thejr parents, one day last week, prepatory for cov- modious shop and we must say beyond Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Todd, left for the ering his house. contradiction that there is not a bet- Bible school at Cincinnati, O., ThursPendleton, of Greensburg, was ter blacksmith in the county, and we day morning. J. F. here the first of the week buying cat- are glad to say that bur people appreConover has been very Mrs, ciate having hlm;with us, for It is ful- ill with Nannie tle at the market price. measles for the past week, is ly demonstrated when you run over Clayton Pickett, of Green county, ! the list of farm wagons that he has reported doing well. has bought considerable amount of orders to make, and when you see one Mr. Jim Logan, fronV Illinois, visitthis years tobacoo crop through this of the wagons that he makes you will ed friends and relatives, near Columsection from 12 to 17 cents per lb. bia, for several days last week. be convinced why. Mr. Scott Todd, who has been at T. W. Bowell, W. L. Grady, J. H. Barnes, G.E. Nell, Strong Hill and deaths door for the past five weeks Russell Ireek. Miss Pointer, all of our city, attended with Parinetus, is able to be up in his room again. the State Fair last week. Those who have tobacco crops are Misses Georgia and Mary Todd and Mr. Robert O. Keltner and family very busy cutting and housing It. J. Brook & A. Streets IPA-TTESOIN- r, LOTTISVIXJIE. KY. Take Notice: "WHOLESALE Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Porch Columns, " " ' Stairways, v" JOE C SIMS, General Building Material. Will Send Catalog On Request Basil. .- w-- ... Art Todd visited their aunt, Mrs J. R. Cundiff Tuesday afternoon. We had light frost in this neighborhood Tuesday night. Mrs. Rollin Scott and Jessie Scott are visiting near Grady ville this week.- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brad-shaa baby girl, Sunday, Sept. 9th. Mother and baby doing nicely. Mrs. Johnnie Rodgers left Friday for Illinois on a visit to her son. Mrs. Joe Todd and Mrs. Charles Browning and little son, Ray, spent last Monday at the home of Mr. Scost Todd. A number of our young men left last Sunday morning for Louisville for military training. Their parents have the sympathy of this community. Jim Todd and son, Rollin, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. George Todd and sisters. w, Miss Lula Moss visited Gowens last week. Born, to the wife of Clem at P. A. J. Coom-e- r, on the 29th of August, a girl, Eliz abeth. Mother and baby doing nicely. Herbert Holladay, who teaches at Cool Spring spent the latter part of the week in Green and Hart counties. Lewis Coomer, son of Dock Coomer, was buried at Morris Chapel last Wednesday. He died with typhoid fever. Funeial services were conducted by Rev. Frank Firquin, Sparksville. John Lows, the shoe drummer, of Columbia, called at A. J. Gowen's, Thursday. Mr. Lonie Price, who has been iu bad health for some time, is improving some. Pellyton. The corn drop in this' neighborhood is very good, but the wind has blown a great deal of it down and has damaged it some. Rev. Ivan Allen, the local preacher here, and Rev. Sanders, of Summers-villGreen Co., have just closed a protacted meeting at this place. Mrs. Mary Pelley and her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Blackford, have just returned from a several weeks visit to relatives in Iowa and Missouri., J. A. Harden returned home a few days ago, from Louisville, where he had been at work at Fort Taylor. Mrs. Nannie Corneal and her son, John, will return this week from a visit in Iowa. Mrs. Bettie Harmon, of Eunice was visiting relatives here lait week. W. J. Steelman was at Liberty one day last week on business. Clete Blair and Geo. Brown returned from Cincinnati a few- days ago. Ernest Workman, who is teaching school at this place, was in Columbia e, - Glensfork. Levi Andrew sold ts Lee Grant, one day,last week, a cow for 325. J. B. Webb and family anf Ed Wooldridge, of Columbia, were visiting Rollin Webb and wife last Saturday nightqand Sunday. Leslie Bennett passed through here with a nice bunch of cattle one day last week. Elbert Webb and wife, of Mississippi, who have been visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Ella Webb, for several months, returded home a few days ago. Corine Rippeto, who has liad typhoid fever, has about recovered 1. F. Andrewfias sold his farm, sit uated near this place, to Joe Wells, of Cumberland river. Bob Taylor and wife, Ethridge Bennett and family, and Melvin Blair attended the State Fair, at Louisville, last week. JW. Jones, who went to Louisville, Thursday, to consult a physician, has returned home. John Jones and wife, and Ray Strange were visiting the two latters sister, Mrs. Sallie Blair and family at Louisville last week. , Rev. Beck filled his regular appoint ment here last'Sunday. - e, com-.munit- y, Saturday. Mr. Harrison Adkins, wife and little daughter have returned from Green Co., where they visited Mrs. Adkln's parenk eeverar days. J