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She was only about twenty years-old-, and had been living Other Items About Campbellsville Columbia, Ky. Mrs. R. Young, She J. C. Morrison, a former Adair cotini In Columbia but a short time. Mrs. S. P. Miller is visiting Greensburg. fillies, recently became a mother. The futy man, is the proprietor of a large and For sale. Two Percheron ville Term. blacksmith and wagon shop. He as good as can be found in Kentucky. neral and burial was Saturday mornMr. H. K. Alexander, Burkesville, woiks several hands, all keeping busy. T. L. Upton. ing May God comfort the heart-broke- n A representative of The News was was here Friday taking orders. and little one. husband in Campbellsville and Greensburg the fat One hundred and twenty-fiv- e profes-sionMr. L. C. Winfrey made a ' We found Mr. B. T. Harding, the on first of last week. He found both pounds, average 200 But little work has been done days hogs that would Commonwealth's Attorney in that growers and visit to Frankfort a few were driven through here last Wed- the Adair end of the Campbellsville towns alive with tobacco ago. was district, at his favorite hotel. He Is nesday. They belonged to Roy& pike up to this time, but Mr. Hocker-smit- buyers from a distance.nd it very fond of music and Mr. Mack Mr. W. E. Morgan, of Amandaville"; Durham. the State road inspector, sajs predicted that at the openings of the Moss, who is the proprietor and his made a business trip to Columbia last he will be ready to commence opera loose leaf houses in the two towns an family, all being musicians, favor him be Frank Richardson has purchased of tions in earnest as soon as he can re- immense crowd of people would Thursday. with selections a'f ter a hard days work was O. C. Collins the residence in which move the machine from the James- drawn The Greensburg opening Mr. S. S. Goode, prominent farmer in the court-rooof RichardMr. W. E. Noe resides. Mr. town road. In any event it will only last Thursday and both varieties of Casey Creek section, was here a son will be given possession as quickly be a short time when this can be done. of tobacco, Burley and dark sold high, few days ago. the bidding being spirited. This a possible. There is not a busier establishment Mr. W. R. Lyon made his reguler landed here house commenced to receiYe earlier Sheriff Sam H Mitchell in any country town than Wood LewSam Lewis purchased of trip from Campbellsvllle to this place, last Sunday night week with Mary than the house at Campbellsville, and While in Campbellsville we learned is' place. His store was crowded all and a half acres of land from John Lee Holt, charged with being implicated when the sale opened there were per- that the community was much con- day Monday, many being on hand to Thursday. Jast and Doc Walker for $1500. The land in the murder of her husband, Frank haps one hundred and seventy-fiv- e cerned about the condition of Rev. carry out wagon loads. Mr. R. B. Wilson and Mr. R. C. Evis located near the Glasgow road, "Holt. Her arrest was made in Cin- thousand pounds to be offered. Link, the pastor of the Presbyterian Borders, both of Campbellsville, were two miles from town. cinnati and Mr. Mitchell notified. erybody seemed to be tobacco crazy, Church, who went South some weeks here lasa Thursday. W. L. Wilson has a very inviting Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Holt fur- and doubtless the whole consignment ago. A dispatch to his family stated drug-storand he does an immense n Woman's Missionary Society nished a bond of S500 and returned to was sold. This house is a feeder to, a The Mr. Ed N. Caldwell, that he had taken sick and was quile business. He not only handles drugs, man of Glasgow, was here a have a very interesting program for Cincinnati insurance Jeff Jones stands indict- Greensburg. It has brought about ill. His wife and children left for his but keeps an excellent line of sundries. next Sunday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock. ed as principal in the indictment. more business in a general way, and bedside. He few days of last week. .is a popular minister The meeting will be held at the The case will be called at the January is an enterprise for which the peo- and is hopedthathewill soon recovMrs. J, D. Wilson, who was with it church. ple of Greensburg and Green county er and be able to return home. term of court. On another visit more can be said Mrs. Staples this season, has returned Christian feel proud and well they may. about the two towns mentioned. to her home. Heren, 111. Be sure and attend Thanksgiving Mr. J. H. Judd received a letter a The promoters of the Campbellsville Mr. J. S. Breeding made a business services at the Baptist church next few days ago from his son; Romie, House But few people attend the circuit number five of the sraunchest to Campbellsville and other points Thursday at 11 o'clock. Rev. F. E. who is at Fortress Monroe, stating citizens of the county, and a great and county courts of Taylor county, REPORT OP THE CONDITION trip Lewis will preach the sermon. Peo- that he had been commissioned First outlay of money has been expended in but they come to the city in great in Taylorcounty last week. OF THE ple living out of town should come in. Lieutenant, and that he would be wife, erecting its buildings. Its floor room droves on Saturdays. Last Saturday Mr. Fzra Cheatham and permitted to come home for a few is immense, its opening sale to start week the streets were lined with peovisited Mrs Cheatham's fathMr. Wm. Stults, a nephew of T. R. days before taking his assignment. this morning, Tuesday, the 27th ple and the merchants were busy. We er, Mr. J. IT. Young, last week. and G. F. Stults, has rented the Tra-- . He is expected some time this week When the writer left there lastTues met upon the streets Clem Keltner, Doing Business at Casey's Messrs J. C. Stephenson and II. C hue farm and he and his wife have rematters not where you put a Co- day tobacco was coming in rapidlj, John C. Calhoun, A. R Thomas, and Creek, County of Rdair, Ballou were here Sat'day and Sunday moved to it. Mrs. Stults is a daugh- It lumbia boy, he makes good. and a great sale was predicted. There Wm. Francis, (the latter the County from Bowling Green on their way to ter of Mr. Tilden Wiicoxsin. State of Kentucky, were a number of buyers in town, Judge elect,) all former Adair county Rowena. M l T, L. Upton has decided not td men. They were in good health and At the Close of Business on Do not fail to attend Lucien Blair's have a sale of his personal property, who calculated to remain on the scene well pleased with their situations. Mr J. O. Russell is now out and Is until the cryer announced, "ready." the 8th. advertised for Saturday, Dececmber Saturday, the 17th Day of Nov, 1917 at his place of business daily His sale onwill be manyDecember useful articles too 8. As stated elsewhere Mr. Upton Mr. Sam Bottom, who knows every There nurse, Mrs. Woody, returned t LouisT. B. Hazard, an enterprising timnumerous to mention offered besides will ermove to Warren county, hav- phase of the tob?.cco business, is the RESOURCES ville last week. floor manager, and he takes special ber man, shook our hand and renewed corn, stock, hay etc. 40 342 31 ing sold his farm, near Glenville, sevLoans and Discounts interest in the buyers and also the hjs subscription to The News. By Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Mrs. Ben Penlck (nee Miss Ora 123 20 eral weeksago. The removal of Mr. Up- growers. This is the biggest enter- the way we enttred his name en our 15 063 72 Moss) Greensburg, and Miss Mollie Duo from Banks 3 401 44 Rev. B. T. Watson will preach the ton will deprive Adair county of a prise that has ever struck Campbells- list about twenty years ago, and it has Cash on hand Flowers, Gradyville, visited in Columcommunity Thanksgiving sermon at mighty good citizen, and Warren ville. It is not only a great .conveni- been there since that time. When he Checks and other cash items bia last Thursday and Friday. Banking House, Furniture and Union at 10 o'clock, Thursday, the county will gain one. ence to the growers of Taylor and ad- handed us his check for two dollars 1 600 00 Fixtures Mrs J. A. Young andMisses Bessie 29th. Every body urged to ba on joining counties, but all classes of he said: "Let the paper come on, I Other Real Estate We are tu.yiug our attention to Bennett and Cecil Sullivan visited hand and make a real social communiho- like it." Thanks. 0 530 70 Total building up our subscription list, and business has grown. At the two Mr. and Mrs. V. Sullivan of Camp- ty day. you could tels, when the writer left, LIABmriES new names are added daily. We now bellsville last Saturday and Sunday. morning Dr. J. B. Buchanan, who was an as- Capital Stock paid In. in send out 2,150 copies weekly, and in hear tobacco discussed from Sir. Twyman Atkins, who was born J15 00O 00 ' until night Occasionally you could sociate of the writer in the days of cash is reported here that the dark to- the next few months will make an ef3 000 00 Surplus Fund near Columbia, but who It .and reared Loose fort to swell the number to 3 000. hear some man ask "what is the war "Auld Lang Siue," is in a very crit- Undivided profits less expenses and now lives at Bozeman, Mont., visited bacco sold on the Burkesville 1 174 09 Tuesday, at an av- Three years ago we had a list 3,250, news," but that is a small matter, ical condition, a statement we are sortaxes paid his relatives and many friends here Leaf market, last 41350 61 Burley sold but ahout one thousand were indebt- compared Avith the coming sale. erage of 817.00 per cwt. ry to make, as he has been a very Deposits subject to check last week. 160 530 70 '..... Total much higher. It is also said that the ed to the office more than one year's prominent physician since his early Mr. C. E. Graham, of Greensbug and sale was a success. J W. H. Wilsbu, who is the proprietor manhood. He and his half brother, STATE OF KENTUCKY subscription, and the Government i Set County op Adair Mr John L Coleman, of Mt. SterJorced us to strike these names from of the Campbellsvllle Hotel, is haviDg Dr. W. T. Chandler, graduated from We Mc O. Goode and T. O. Morton, President ling, both insurance agents, were Mr. T. L. Upton, of near Columbia, our list. We obeying the law and a fine run, his customers filling up a the Louisville University about the and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemn here last week, looking after Mr L C. sold 26 fat hogs at 15cts bringing want new names as fast as possible. page of his register daily, ne keeps same time, and when it comes to ly swear that the above statement is true to the knowledge and belief. Hindmans loss. S778.50, also 65 barrels of corn for 85. an inviting stable and is very accom- knowledge of medicine and its effects, best of our Mc C. Goode. President. Mr. Upton has purchased a farm near Persons who will send Christmas modating. their opinions can not be turned down. Rev. J S. Chandler came over from T. O. Morton, cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd, 'Campbellsville one day last week, and Bowling Green and expects to move presents to the soldiers at) Camp Zach-ar- y day of November 1917. Taylor should start them early, accompanied his daughter, Miss Mary, there about Dec. 10. J. W. Hoskins, who presides over The writer had an occasion to visit My commission expires Feb. 11. 191S. name of the one plainly home who had made a pleasant visit Mr. Wm. Hobson Has removed from writing the G. L. Gowdy. Notary Public the Commercial Hotel, was busy wait the banks in Campbellsville, finding Courier-Journa- l, to friends here. Campbellsville to Jamestown and has and direct the same to the ing upon his trade, his register show- the attachees all busy. We learn that and it is intended that every ing that his house was comfortably there was a great demand fur money. Mr. Doc Walker, who is a soldier at taken charge of the Patterson Hotel. A Public Library For Coiumbia. soldier of the thirty thousand now at filled. He, too, is a very obliging When the banks are flush and the pa'Camp Zachaiy Taylor, came home Mr. Hobson will also practice law and Camp shall receive a present. Do host, taking the best of care of his per presented for a loan is gilt edged, Saturday night on a two day's fur- look after other business he has in the notssud anything that is perishable. guests. Columbia ought to have a public lilough, lie is in fine health and he Russell county. He is a good citizen the officers smile and hand out the Send pocket knives, cjgars, steel mircash, and with a hand shake and "call brary. In line with Mr. Hamlett's looks it. His friends were glad to see and has an interesting family. rors, tobacco pouches, woolen wristagain," the customer retires and an- recent suggestion that the columns of him The inemitable Charley Walls has for coins, safety The Communion Day at Union lets, pocket-book- s other one takes his place at the win the News are open for the discussion Mr. and Mrs. A. R Feese, Cane Yal-lediction- been a citizen of Campbellsville for of educational questions, I suggest Presbyterian Church was postponed razors, small French-Englis- h visited their daughter, Mrs. Ray on account of When not telling dow. of aries, tobacco pipes, felt slippers, several months the funeral service that it is practical for Columbia to Conover, last Thursday. Mr. Feese Jokes he is dispensing electricity. We have a public library. If a lot could Mrs. Thos. Hughes until next Sunday fountain pens, hard candies. lias been a staunch friend of The Dec. 2nd., l and the Leader, be procured in a desirable central locawere in his office, but kept our 'eyes The all communiat which time ISews for twenty years, and while skinned, fearing a live wire might the two papers published at Camp- tion and a good library building erect Wanted. cants are expected and all others corhere called a left a couple of dollars. bellsville, are enjoying a fine run of ed it would be well. But if that strike us dially invited to be present. business. Their advertising patron- could not be done at present a dwellB. T. Watson, Pastor. Foxes 82.50 to $5.00 each. Send M.r. W. E. Bradshaw, yvho travels age, from the looks of the papers, ing house of five or six rooms could be for the Case Bag Co., St Louis,is now them to W. T. Hodgenr Campbells Hill Bros., Davis Bros , Gowdy many ville, Ky. seems to be all the proprietors could used. The town of Greenup, 111., There has not been a time for Bros , the Coakley firm, the three at home, hunting birds. He was notipublications are in- which is no larger than Columbia and by his company not to take any years when dwelling houses were scarfied drug stores, and grocery houses all ask, and both creasing their subscription lists. are people is nob a county seat town, has an exLyceum Course. more orders, as they had more than cer in Columbia. There seemed to be doing a profitable busi cellent library for a small town. The they could fill. He gets a needed rest who want to locate here, but can not ness) find houses in which to live If some lot was donated; Andrew Carnege was The Baptise people of Campbellsbut his salary goes on. Consists of 4 numbers. 1st No. Frinice cottages could be erected, the day evening, Nov. 30. 2nd No. Jan ville have with them an able divine induced to erect a good building; and Miss Minnie Tnplett, who spent rent would bring good interest on the The Buchanan Lon Company's 13 maintained at an annual 14th; 3rd No Jan. 23rd; 4th No, April place has the appearance of a bee hive. and a series of meetings are now in the library months in the Canal Zone, re- money invested. three 9th Adult season ticket 81 50. Adult Its half score of helpers are on the progress. The preaching and sing- expense of about $300 to the town and turned home a few days ago. She retownship. Many of the books have Children sea- move all the time, trade coming in ing are inspiring. ports a delightful visit. In going Mr. N. R. Roach, of Toria, this single ticket 50 cents been given to the library. Railroads over the sea voyage did not make her county, sold his tobacco on the Burkes- son ticket 81.00. Children single tick- from several counties. It is the largand pikes are good things and I would sick, but she was not so fortunate on ville market last week. He had 649 et 35 cents. Buy a season ticket now est retail establishment in all this There are many other things about like to see Adair have both as soon aa country. Campbellsville worthy of note, but practicable but a public library is a her return. She was sick for several pounds of Burley, grown on a fraction and save money. days. we can not bring them to light in an acre of ground. over a quarter of better Investment in my opinion in Marreid in Kansas City,- - Mo. one issue- A great 3210.92. Mr. W. G. Simpson, of Bowling It brought him comparison to cost than railroads or Y. Sullivan, a former Columbian, ' " pikes. If one tenth of the time is Green representing the Union Central price for a small amount of the weed, has a conveniently located barbershop On Monday, the 12th of this month, and has well fitted. Returning to Greensburg we learn- given earnestly to secure the library is in close Life Insurance Co., of Cincinnati, has but Mr7 Roach knows how to grow it. it It Mr. Hugh Richardson, who at one our old friend, J. that has been spent the last two years been In this city for the past several was time was a citizen of Columbia, and proximty to the Campbellsville Hotel. ed that the wife of Mr. J. C. Morrison, Greensburg, 'days. Mr. Simpson was formerly a He informed the News man" that he M Howell, was in a very critical con- in trying to get a railroad, the library here Friday, in the interest of the Mrs Lula Moss, who resided in Camp- had a fine citizen of Albany and is jun of trade and was pleas dition. It would be a God send to her will be secured, the cost light on his town. He bellsville, were married in Kansas. City to our people among whom he has a Loose Leaf House in devoted husband and beautiful little everybody. It will promote interest ed with his location. opening sale at his Mo. in education; will afford entertainment host of old friends and acquaintances. stated that the children if her life could be spared. place was a wonderful success. Dark The bride is a daughter, of Mr. J. to visitors; and will enlighten the com Judge Junis Hancock and wife re- tobacco sold from 813.03 to $25.00'. W. Morris, who lives near Ozark, this Sunday the writer attended church munity along various lines of thought turned last Thursday from a visit to Burley at from 825.00 to 870.00. A county. The groom's mother and twice In the forenoon he found his We met our old friend, Levi Moore, W. D. Jones. New Mexico and Camp Shelby, Miss. very large number of buyers were in brother, Frank; reside here. way to the Methodist church where. and are glad to report that his condiBro. Jones. Amen, He found his children in New Mexico The couple will reside in Augusta, he heard Eev. J. S. Chandler deliver tion has improved since our former attendance. ' In reasonably good health, but his son were boys together, and I Kansas. a very able discourse. Before he clos- visit. We NEGRO MILLED AT BURKESVILLE. Henry.who is Jn the army,andstation- honorThe Alpha Zeta, an honorary ed he took up our cause in the great have never heard other than "ed at Ft Shelby in rather poor health. fraternity of the State Colacts charged to him. A kindly struggle that is now shaking the able K)n his return from the South he lege, Lexington, had an open sessson The New Garage Will Open Soon. world, and the eulogy he passed upon man, one that can look jou in the Roscoe-Burbridg- e Becomes Infufound his son, Fred, who is at Louis a few nights ago. The audience was and especiaily our Ameri face every day in the week, and never health, ne also visit- large. Six men were pledged for serof hands the allies, There afe quite a number ville, in good riated and Kills Sam Bowles. can boys, thrilled the audience There part from you without giving you ed his son, George and wife, in Lin- vice bv Prof. P. E. Karraker, of the at work on the Buchanan Lyon Co.'s are but few stronger ministers than words of cheer. coln county finding them hat)py and Agricultural College; and in the num- garage building which will "be ready Eev. Chandler, nor one who is more A difficulty occurred between two contented. ber was Smith Gill, of this place. for occupancy about the middle of patriotic. His age is all that keeps negroes at Burkesville last Monday There are two strong banking InstiAmong other expressions given by the December. It will be filled with Ford him from being a Chaplain in the ar tutions at Greensburg Mr. L. W, night week, the participants Ebacoa and will be the largest esframachines - Mr. C. S. Harris and his sans sold professor he said: "Men fromr this my. His years" bar him, but In mind Coakley is the cashier of the Greens- Burbridge and Sam Bowles. After: in the tobacco last week. Ti si Burley ternity have been called upon to serve tablishment of this character their burg Deposit Bank and Mr. L. V. quarreling Burbridge drew his revolver Kentucky. and health he is vigorous. brought $22 to 825 per hundred, and their country and they have done it Green river section of a very Yance Is the cashier of the People's and fired, shooting Bowles twice, who safe Alpha When completed it .will be the dark averaged 813- - per hundred. well. It Is the purpose of the proved aodjnviting building. Such an entergenial gentlemen, died instant!. The deid man was company with Mr. Qeo. Bank. They-ar-e After tea, in They had about 7,000 pound's, L. O. Zeta to mark men who have Gowdy, the writer went to the and upon our visit we found them not armed, Burbridge was arrested will be a great help to Columbia H. Hindman got part of thT crop and themselves worthy and to .help them priseA and lodged in jail. The sentiment of Oampbellsville, the to become greater .leaders than-- they and daft county, and our people ap- Christian church and heard Eld. W.- busy, and in a most courteousmanner- i .John Pickett, of G. Montgomery deliver a splendid dia- they attended the wants of their cus- the people is strong against Burbridge. ' preciate its location. are now." Personals. For Sale at Once. Pure bred Narragansett Turkeys Etta Rogers, the wife xt THETOBACCO INTEREST.! b el h, course. Wyatt,ashe is called here, having been born and reared a from Coiumbia, is a great favor ite with his denomination, and we were told that he was popular throughout the community, ne is a minister of ability and has a forceful delivery. It was the first time we had observed the interior of this edifice, and we were highly pleased with its artistic is certaialy the construcbion It pride of the congregation who worship In it. Eld. Montgomery has had flattering propositions from several churches, in places larger than Campbellsville, but he prefers to remain with his present flock. He has not forgotten his rearing. To desert when needed wonld be repulsive to him. few-mile- s tomers. Mr. Vance is fond of a little fun, but he does not have time to work at it. fifty-heig- ht well-know- e -- Ba-kerto- n, FARMERS BANK " 5-- a-- e y, News-Journa- well-know- n agri-cultur- al -- " remainder. M JS f i L THE- 45; ADAIR GOURTY . ,V---' W-A5it ga v . - ..mn ""Winn mi iii -r- i.rvii, ---... Bl&iajEM3SgBfiM5,SW3Eg i - TS NEWl thorof are and its Benefits to Co lumbia There are two things Published Every Wednesday absolutely essential to the mak' - IYTIE ' l ing of a greater Columbia. Adair County News Company These are a macadamized roads ' connecting us with Jamestown (Incorporated.) Editor. andRusSell Springs. With the AKKSDALE HAMLETT, beginning of another spring we sV Ql sH I C9 n. HH H iH H wH H H H U ,iw B B S democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest hope to see the people and fiscal or the City of Colombia and the people of Adair courts of the two counties organand adjoining counties. ized with the difinite determina.-tio- n to build the roads or have as second Entered at the Columbia them far under way of construcclass mall matter. tion before another winter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE We spent a pleasant half hour with Robt. Ingram the hustling banker of Russell Springs. Mr. Jm Ingram was formerly a teacher of Owen Connty, and his wife is c a grand daughter of the late Rev. Waldrope one of Kentucky's greatest Baptist preachers, and whom we knew personally as a -warm friend and valuable advisor. The people of this communiWED. M)Y. 28, 1917. ty and of Russell county are to as can sell you Goods will give you a less than-be congratulated on having this good financier at the head of a - . .Wholesale GENERAL HAIG AND have high rank as one of Bank taking BR1TT1SH TANKS. our best financial institutions. ,"- a General Store. spent with the EdAn hour pubeve or Kussia's, appar- monds boys the may be several years before you your time to buy. County Adently complete, collapse and lishers of the Russell Italy'y impending retreat from vance afforded us both profitable " 1 to buy Goods have an the the Piave the good news from and pleasurable delight. They France where American troops are publishing a splendid paper price can make you. mean to are fighting should for the pres and do great work for the adent at least do away with the vancement of their county and tr stale-mat- e sell as am status of the world's city. We value no exchange . I! ' Brittish belligerent activities. that comes to our desk more of business. highly than the Advance. Every tanks have again, smashed famous line, and body in Russell county should fiaig's troops under Gen. Sir take and read the Advance and Julian Bying on a thirty-tw- o the Adair uounty JNews ana we mile front, having penetrated the would be glad to see the Advance German lines five miles deep, have a good circulation in Adair: are hammering with menacing The two counties are so closely EVERYTBDnSTG success at the wavering last line related in every way that their inof the outlaw nation. Let those terests in all things should be who may be gloomg fake heart. mutual. The signal honk of our America is, just entering this borrowed car prevented more war. The real war is just begin- than a casual look in on a few ning. The results of our careful of the stores and business houses .and not too hastily made pre all of which would make a larger parations will now soon be com- city boast with pride. Russell ing into evidence. Let us foi Springs is a complete little city the present forget Russia and adorned with beautiful churches, hope that Italy with what allied a school of first rank, and hotels reenforcements that can be given that would make many cities her will hold the Hun at the ashamed of themselves. She is Piave, while America goes on as a gem tnat will shine more rapidly as possible equipping and brilliantly when her settings to be discussing its whys and placing on the French and Bel- have been traced with smoother wherefores. Any man in this unr-- r1- gian fronts two million or more lines of thorofare. Let us help country foreign born, or nation soldiers and guns for the fina her to do it that we too may en- born who seeks by conversation or conduct to contaminate the and inevitable drive to Berlin joy her light. minds of the people of any comThe decisive battles of this wai are yet to be fought. The allied MENTIONED FOR STATE SENATOR. munity in regard to our duty and part in this struggle is disloyal. front lines of these battles will Friends of Charlrs S. Harris, We have seen what German pro be composed of the bravest and editor and publisher of the Co paganda promulgated thru, spies best of America's blood, and the lumbia News, who sold the plant and traitors has done for Russia "in hoc signo vincimus" will be to former Superintendent of and Italy. We have plenty of our nation's Banner. Public Instruction jBarksdale them all around us here in AmerHamlett, are booming him for ica. There is no question that THE EDITOR VISITS the next Democratic nomination Germany has seen to it carefully RUiSELl, SPRINGS. for State Senatar in the that America .is honeycombed district. It is with traitors and spies. Such fev usinsr vour car. passenger or 'commercial, more and generally understood that Adair outrages as recently occurred in more to help relieve the pressure on the nation's railroads, Thru the courtesy of our old county is entitled to name the Minnisota bring out prominently for the railroads are strained to the limit today to move friend Mr. J. A. Robinette of next Democratic senatorial can- the fact that, it is high time to man and merchandise. Elizabethtown, Ky., in his good tm The one way to keep your automobile ready for yom we made a flying trip didate, and for this reason it is put the firing squad in action. Ford car "Use your car, hardly probable that Mr. Har- Disloyalty of speech or action at service day and night is to be sure that you have depend on last Wednesday to Russell passenger or comris, who has always taken a this critical' time imperils the able tires. mercial, more and Springs. This flourishing inland more, to relieve leading interest in party affairs liberties of every good citizen,. United States Usco' Tread is not only the. dependable, town presented a picture of husthe transportation tire, efficient, always-read- y in his section, will have any op- and evert here in Kentucky and! pressure on the tle and business prosperity char- position Nation's railroads within the party for the n on own county we have heard it is the tire of long mileage of low mileagecost," acteristic of the sturdy citizenand merchants' honor. Louisville Times. We of conversations, and expressions delivery service." service. the tire of masterful anti-ski- d ship of Russell county. We disdo not know Mr Harris' inten- that stamp the traitor. Such SAMUEL P. COLT cussed with some of the leading Put United States Usco' Treads on your car make tion, but if he enters the contest men should be either deprived of comparisons. citizens the posibllity of tuilding Nov. 12. 1917 At is the opinion of the Demo their liberty or be made for ex a good turnpike between that place and Columbia, The road crats here that he will be nomi- ample to face the firing squad. This sounds like bloody, and cruel from Columbia to Russell Springs nated and elected. talk, but these are bloody and Alto Tirts for Motor Nobby 'Chain is a beautiful one, passing thru Track. Motor .' 'Royal Cord Sympathy and the firing. Squad. cruei times. Cyclt. Bleycltt- a fertile section of country its Usco 'Plain and Arroplant entire length of 16 miles. The We can see no line of comproUnited States Tabes and Accessories Have All the Sterling We read almost daily of en- mise farmers along the way are prorWorth and Wear That Mate United Statu Tires Supreme Wilheln? and gressive and prosperous, but sad- counters, between American no hope of crushing him except XS3 As" ly need the benefits of a road- troops and the enemy, reporting with his own red weapon stained ?? way making the markets easily Lthat some Americans are killed, with the blood of inocent women accessible to them at all seasons captured or wounded. We do and children. Any. man who of the year. This road runo not get the details of how many even by insinuation seeks thenh most of the way thru a beautiful they are or who they are. We sympathy olan American citizen level and gently rolling section should not expect this, and there for the cause tof the Kaiser in of well timbered and rich farm- should be no pessimistic fright this country deserves to be shot IU ing lands; and with its ' natural over the fact that some of our as a traitor, if not hanged as a vw superior advantages could be brave boys must be daily paying criminal of some lower type, if very easily made into a good the bloody toll of war for hu- such can be. In this speech, we macadamized road. The busi- manities' sake. The sooner our are as fearless as we were will ness men of Russell Springs are people realize that in a war like ing, to go as a volunteer, not; A Contiplete Stock of United States Tires Carried by W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky anxious for such a road and this, not only hundreds, but hun- seeking thru the chicanery of should be given everyencourage-men- t dreds of thousands of our best LouisvUleorFraftkfort "control" possible by those of Colum- men must probably die, the bet- a soft place for political prefer- denied this hazardous privilege, duty calls as by the fate of war r by ancestors who were loyal bia and the people of Adair cou- ter and the braver patriots we ment and glo.ry. but merely t;he but lundatmted, if.our country to Abraham's bossom, we shall to the stars and stripeg at Valntylooking, to such an enter- Lean be, and must be,to win the chance to be a figktingioldierin yetneedffor calls we are ready sweetly dream in immortality of ley Forge and proud to follow our sixteen year old son'carrying prise. It would be impossible to hght. it is no time to be argu- - the ranks of tb front" Tun of in ny capacity for the death to the heart of the Hun the Bonnie Blue Flag: to Appox-mattoestimate the effects of such a ing ine pontics or tnis war, nori Old Glory's patriate W,e irtrt9 caune. anq" when' our sentinal with paternal sword bequeathed -r a $ nwiv qh If You Wish hflVQ ynpp Post-offic- e $ $ To Close Out My Stock Of Merchandise to Save Money Now is The Time s $ stock: is SURE GK3DNTO MY Bargain Price. -- 9 9 9 9 9 9 '- 9 "5-.-- I I at I Everything Eeptin Un-tn- e up-to-da- te i Ifew.is It & il sy again opportunity at I I I going out Hin-denburg- 's My Fixtures are Also For Sale GOES 6 iT i E. i COLUMBIA, i WAGGENER, ::ntuck:y. r rl lelp Adair-Barren-Metcal- fe the Railroads Help the Merchants -- United States Tires Are Good Tires with-Kaise- foo x. " -- . v. " - ways talks after a success1 'and, v? more than that, he believes what Phoenix, Nov. 23rd, 1917. he" says. Sometimes, however, G. R. Reed Editor News: . M. Tutt he must have felt that God failwords from this part of ed to understand. One of the A few the arid West may be of interest most interesting descriptions we to some of your readers. have had of the early das of delightful the We are having war related to what the KaiRHiAL ESTATE weather as we have most all the ser did during the great German Ml DEAZjERS time from September to June. attack upon Nancy in August, Offer the following Property for Takingout three summer months 1914. He was so certain that Sale: I think the climate of the Salt Nancy would fall that he assemftiver Valley is perhaps unex- bled the celebrated White CuirFARM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Colombia, celled anywhere in the U. S. assiers, troops so dressed as to Near Neatsburg, Kentucky. on Green river, 1 mile from pike now Here the flowers bloom forever be available only for parade and under construction. 52 acres river Good dwelling, barn and out- and the sun shines always bright not for fighting, to act as his bottom. buildings, 2 good orchards. Price or nearly always, as we have guar1 of honor when he march35,000. but few cloudy days during the ed into the conquered city. But At the Evans Farm, one mile below Neatsville, 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, year. I doubt if there is a place Nancy did not fall, and the Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres ,on Green River.' anywhere that can grow a great- White Cuirassiers were sent timber, fenced. 50 per acre. 124 acre farm, 21 miles S. W. of Dunn er variety of products than can I will offer for sale the following Property: back to change their uniforms Casey, and Russell be grown in ville, in Adair, this valley, and the and take their places in the line Horses. counties, reasonable good buildings, y good orchardj good spring, well water, yield in some cases- is almost un- in costumes less glaring. I horse. work horse. One brood mare. One One 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, believable. The present Italian campaign 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, Mules. Six to eight tons of alfalfa per was originally planned for limestone land, $600 to 3800 worth of the horse Mule. One mare One Span mare Mules 5 years old. One acre may be cub in one season. relief of Austria, and, as was timber. Price $2,800. Mule colt. Mule. One mare 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X One to one and bales under such circumstances Roads, Russell County, on Dixie High- of Egyptian cotton may be grown natural Cattle. way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. the Austrian Emperor went to the acre, and it is selling with the army as Cow and Galf. One saw timber. Price 81,200. Jersey Cow and calf. One One nominal commaSteers Four steer Calves. Heifers. Two seventy cents per nder-in-chief, milk Cow. Two 88 Acres of land within mile of the now around although the corporate limits of Columbia, Ky., pound. The fields I have seen, Hogs. military authority was, of course good new buildings, and well watered. I think, will average as high or in the hands of the veteran GerDuroc Boar. Price $2,500. 7 Shoats about 80 lbs. 3 Sows and 2 Pigs 3 stock Hogs. higher thau the average height man General, von Mackensen. Crops. 2 acres of land, good 7 room dwelling and outbuildings and blacksmith shop, of a man, and .some stalks I be- The German Crown Prince want2 stacks of Hay. 4 acres of Cane. 2 Acres Burley and of Dark Tobacco. Farming Tools. on pike near Cane Valley. Price $1400 lieve are near ten feet high and to go, we have been told, but ed 2 Wagons. 2 Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Checkrower, Stalk Cutter, Cart and Harness. or will trade for farm. covered with bowls from top to the Kaiser refused to give him 41 Goats. 11 Residences and lots in and near bottom. I have it from what I the necessary permission, statColumbia, prices range from $300 to Individual Property of W. H. Evans, deceased. consider good authority that ing that the campaign was that 3,500. $2000, will buy a lot 30x160 feet with thirty tons of sweet potatoes 1917 Corn Crop and 5 bushels Combined Dignity Dare Mare and Buggy. of the young Austrian Emperor two story new brick building 20x60 of Irish Potatoes may be grown to the acre. Or- and his alone. But feet on it: fiisU story fixed for repair what the shop, secend story finished for resi- anges, lemons, grapefruit, figs, Kaiser would not permit the dence. And will also sell the tools & dates, apricot, almonds, pecans, B. T. EVANS, Agent for the Heirs. Crown Prince to do as he has etc., in shop which is the most extenpeanuts and many other fruits done himself. The All Highest sive ouiside of large city. Would also HENRY THOMAS, Auctioneer. sell i interest in all of the forgoing. too numerous to mention are has been in Italy, where it is Lot within one hundred yards public grown here. It might be truth- safe to say he overshadowed the square fully said that this is a land Austrian Emperor, as, perhaps, COLUSd:BIi5L? flowing with milk and honey he intended to do. Should Venaiiiiiiiimiiuiuiiiiiiaiiiuiiiiu Dairy herds may be seen in ev- ice fall the Kaiser, no doubt, exHH ery direction as one drives over pects to be there, and it is not LATEST WAR NEWS. tne country, ana dozens or car--1 impossible that he is even now DENTAL OB'ICE loads of honey are shipped out cherishing ideas of marching Kaiser and the Highwayman. Dr. of the valley every year. ' . t9r.j ', r. with a brilliant staff through the - V... ? ' ?t af'RrO liraS-- I !; citizenship of the country The 13' NTIST streets of Rome as no German IMrMrrMMrinrwimn Holworthy Hall' has written a will compare favorably with Emperor DRUG CO. OVER has done for many story for the December Amerithat of any other State, for it is Columbia, Ky. Evening Post. can Magazine in which the hero made up largely from every nsa phone as. omen phonb says to the heroine: Horrible Accident. State in the Union. But it must " 'Later on you may get to be confessed that the people here as in most other places are A fearful accident occurred at wondering if it's been worth prone to forgefc'the source from the railroad crossing at Horse while wasting th-- s day. For Gleaning, Pressing, Dying whence all our blessings come, Cave last Thursday night when you, I mean, not for me. So I and Altering Ladies and want to tell you this: If you and are- seeking to find happi- a party of tourist met with a e Gents Garment. call it worth while to have given ness and contentment in the demolishment. Also Agents for me a feeling that I never had blessings instead of the Blesser. BRAND CLOTHES. The party had just left Highway to come into before in all my life, then you've Blair & Bather, It takes a long time for us to Columbia, Ky. learn that material things can Horse Cave. Just as they reach- done it. I don't know exactly never satisfy the hunger and ed the railroad crossing, the lo- how to describe it to you, but I thirst of the human soul. cal freight, which had uncoupled feel as though it's all mine.' New We are living in a giddy, there, in recoupling backed down He embraced all points of the ' Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Fairb?--' ':s-rs- e money-lovin- g . age. Like upon the auto and almost instant- compass in his inclusive gesture-'- I Special' attention given Diseases of all God's people of old, we feel as though these people on ait down ly killed Mrs. Harvey E. BerkOil Domestic Animals to eat and rise up to play and ley, aged twenty-fou- r years, "and the street belong to me, and you Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on the world stands back and scoffs. her two little children, daugh- do, too; I mean,' as though we're Jamestown road. Make over here, and Save money by grinding your own grain. As a nation, calling itself a ters, aged seven and three years. all one Phone 114 G. Do it with a Columbia, Ky. Christian nation, we have been Mr. Berkley was badly cut and everybody's working and fight- money by grinding for your neighbor. Oil Engine. Williams Mill and Fairbanks-Mors- e for years, and are yet sowing to injured and was taken to Louis- ing for everybody else, land evYou can grind 60 to 80 bushels on 6 gallons of the cheapest coal oil. Busintss'.Phoe 13 f the flesh, and now it appears we ville that night. Residence Rhone 13 B The other oc- erybody's sort of related to evYou can buy coal oil at less than half the cost of gasoline. are going to reap what we have cupant of the car, Mr. J. O. Hill, erybody else, and there isn't "any See me and get my prices. N. MURRELL been sowing, and who can tell millwright, escaped any injury such thing as a stranger, I'm DR. a what the extent of the reaping whatever save a few bruises and not sure if you get that, COLUMBIA, KY. DENTIST " 'And still,' she said, 'you're will be, and how long it will be cuts. Office. Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g till we come to ourselves and re were on their way going back to shoot and kill and--' up Stairs. " 'That,' he -- said calmly, 'is " Bettter Than Evec Are Our Gigantic Stocks Of turn to our Father's house. to Jacksonville, Florida, from Columbia, - Kentucky T. B. Lyon. ' Cincinnati, Mr. Hill having con- exactly why I'm going! I'm goRugs, Linoleum, Wall tracted work to do there. They ing to shoot as straight as I can Consultation Free 15 Years Practice The Kaiser in Italy. so there won't have to be any were in a Ford." . The mother and two childred danger of shooting - and killing Menzies We did not believe that the J Dr. died without ever knowing what after this war is finished. You We Specialize in these Lines and Cater Especially to Kaiser could make up his mifld the People that Want Reliable Goods caused their death, as it was can't stop to argue with a highOSTeOFftTfi to stay away from the Italian at a Minimum Price. when the car wayman,, you know. You battlefields, and we hear that he him so he can't hold up Every inquiry is answered intelligently and we count our satisfied Bufler B'Fd'g on Public Square. struck them and all were fast is there, or has been there, makanybody else. And I don't feel customers in Adair county and vicinity by the score. To know all asleep on the back seat, OOXjTJMBIA.ICYm ing speeches in his old form. Coverings, a visit to our spacious floors is instructive" A wrist walch Mrs, Berkley related to the Fritzes. they're about Floor "Your success," says the Kaiand convincing. HENRY W. DEPP, ser to this troops, "exceeded all was. wearing was- found after "the highwaymen of the whole the . wreck, with hands -- locked world. Even a minister wouldn't Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Inc., calculations so greatly that a J DENTIST and timeed'at that hour. Glas- try preaching to a thug tha was W. Market St., , 522-5Co J higher power than the power of gow Times. Am permanently located-i- n strangling him! And everybody "" lumbia. man must have been at work. Louisville, Kentucky. now ' looks like an I can-iecontaining 190 old friend bf mine; and men can AM Classes of Dental work done. Crow The enemy's collapse was the ' A basket d&e and Inlay work a Specialty. judgment bf God.' pounds of Burley tobacco- - sold .at fight like tomcats for their x AH WorkvGaaranteed ' - friends! " ' '' ' This is the way the Kaiser al- - Vine Groye f6r $85. l Office: Over Sullivan's Barber Shop m ..f?xa -- vV7yga: From Arizona. je&3b , " IE! aDAlR V COI&Ttf WfiwI ,. ' Jft fegv-. y&t&sfc?.. fr.iu . 3 2 WMfflfflBtm TUTT. & REED 1 PUBLIC SALE. m m i m: Saturday, Dec. 1, 1917 Sale Begins At 9 a. m. 1 -- year-old - one-ha- lf e i I 1 1 -- year-old 1 1 1 1 1 " t 1 1 TERMS CASH. m KY. wMitmMwmmmmm mmmwmmmwmmmMm Advancs In Price Dec. I5th. .- James Triplet! U 9 BHB5 ' - v -i T- f-- See St cen-turie- s. PRESSING SHOP. - te'r-ribl- CRACK-A-JAC- K the-Dixi- e j- - Igp' sir syty L,. H. Jones fun-lovio- g, The Tps 'T -- Engine MEAX, IS MOISTEY big-crow- d J. but' J. F. PAITESON, The-touris- ts James Carpets, Paper and Draperies. -- re-rao.- ve eight-twenty-t- - 24 e " JCEBNEW-ON- QOTar h r 1 7 i , , t fr-y- 3hoas n rm rr aw ift irrrrfltTt i r iiroit Tr'ln re? SsSk - Trl&ADAIR.eOUNTY ' --- - ' :,, Nifc ggrgggg -- 1. f TALENT SELECTED FOR OUR COMING u . ,, ,tec (sult'beihg-Hh- All crop of 3.091,083,000 bushels, I have- strolled over the battle- which is became the ruler of Germany the greatest corn crop 'if. and a tool of mine sooner than I fields of Belgium and France. I in history. It is true that Amer Attractions for Season of Ihave seen your hand of destruc ican corn, "o expected, or maize,as it is call19,17-191- 8 Announced. To assist you and further has- - tion everywhere; its all your ed overseas, will not serve the that T made needs of our allies, for they are ten my work I sent you three work, super-frien- d evils spirits, Niezzsche, Tdeits- - you. I have seen the fields of not accustomed to it as a food. TASTES COHSfflERED MyDeac. Wilhelm: Court House Jan., 15, 1918. chke and later Bernhardi, whose Poland; now a wilderness for But our own people can eat it T'can call you by that familiar teachings inflamed the youths the prowling beasts' only; no and thrive on it, AMERICAN GIRLS' TRIO. Local and with this Committee Provides Select Misses Grace and Virgie Hyatt and name, much closer than you of Germany, who in good time merry children in Poland now, enormous product Yiar7 Program at Popular Prfce. available for Vera Miller; who comprise the AmerFrom the time would be willing to spill their they all succumb to frost and home consumption they should ican Girls' Trio, are from the same could know. With more than. 15,000 Lyceum western city and for several seasons that you were an undeveloped blood and pull your chestnuts, starvation. I drifted down into use corn instead of wheat where-evo have toured under Redpath manage-- " courses in the United States, where formerly Jew ment. The diversified program which being I "have shaped your desti- yours and mine; the spell has Galicia, anpossible. As a matter of numbers each and attended nually by 10,000,000 people, the supply they present Includes saxophone and ny for my own purposes. In been perfec- t- you cast your am- and Gentiles lived happily to- fact corn is a most nutritions of cjfean, wholesome winter's entertain-mtti- t banjo trios, vocal numbers, solos on a the days of Rome I created a bitious eyes toward the Mediter- gether. I found but ruins and and wholesome food. There is in this country Is enjoying a variety of-- instruments, readings and costume. suifet&ntlal and healthy growth. Thou character songs in ' rough-necknown in history as ranean, Egypt, India and the ashes; I felt a curious pride in nothing oalatable, in truth, than Some of their most notable engagesand! of towns and cities haveJ earned recent years have been in ifom experience that a Lyceumcourse ments inCity, Philadelphia, Oklahoma Nero. He. was a vulgar charac- Dardanelles and you began your my pupil, for it was all above d corn bread or"pone," Is lienenclal to community life in Kansas ter and suited my purpose at great railway to Bagbad, but my expectation. I was in Bel while johnny-cakconstitutes many ways. Only entertainment City, New York, Chicago and in the whSiiE. is worth while can grow and great auditorium at Canton, O., with that particular time. In these the ambitious archduke and his gium when you drove the peace- one of the most delectabie items more than gtfaQib test of years as the tydeum its seating capacity of they toured modern days a classic demon more ambitious wife stood m ful population before you like 4,000. For ;two seasons of the American bill of rare. It mS&jrtwjfit has done. 326Kq etalng fall and winter In with the well remembered American and efficient your way. It was then that I cattle into slavery; you separat- is true that the quality of corn l was oar community a choice program has Girls' Sextette. sowed the seed in your heart ed man and wife and forced food is largely in the cooking, In their time on th& Chautaugua needed and as I know the H .Doen .selected by the local auspices, shariand "tickets will be sold at popular circuits the American Girls have blood 1 picked you as my that blossomed into the assassi- them into hard labor .in the yet there are many recipes for Sen- jfeiijSefc A description or eacn numoer ed honors on the same day with special instrument to place on nation of the duke and his wife, trenches. I have seen the most its preparation thai are easily follows: earth an annex to hell. I gave and all hell smiled when it saw fiendish rape committed on followed, and while some may THE LOTUS COMPANY. "WJth harp and vocal solos and beauyou abnormal ambition, likewise how cleverly you saddled the young women and those forced think that the baking of "pone" tiful "costuming, three historic periods sp ss esM aaaF?? an oversupply of egotism that crime onto Servia. I saw you into maternity were cursing the is the work of genius, a very of different nationalities are presented in the program of the Lotus Company. you might not discover your set sail for the fjords of Norway father of their offspring and I little experience will suffice to Variety, charm and brilliance mark the program throughout own failings; I twisted your and I knew you would prove an doubt if my inferno was really turn out toothsome trays of Some of the most fascinating musical mind to that of a bad man with alibi. How cleverly done, so echoes from" early Egypt are presented, spoonoreaa, on which any You have taken millions of family can thrive happily. We dollars from innocent victims must use this immense corn crop and called it indemnity; ycu to the best advantage, and the have lived fat on the land you Food Administration is renderusurped and sent the real own- ing the people valuable service-iers away to starvation. You urging the substitution of jtSTmi ibuxinjw Send the Paper to the Soldier Boys in have strayed from all legalized corn for wheat Sii&s& .rts?z" at the family taCamp, like a letter from home, it will cheer his war methods and introduced a ble. GIRLS' TRIO. AMERICAN It should, however, make-surheart as nothing else can. It will make an apcode of your own. You have ator Gore of Oklahoma, William Jenof the utilization of this nings Bryan and Congressman Aswell propriate Xmas present, for many who may not killed find robbed people of crop by bringing the price of of Louisiana. Recently in Washington be already getting it. friendly nations and destroyed they were the guests of Senator and eg corn meal down from its present Mrs. Gore. their property. You are a liar, height, at which great numbers Cut out the coupon below and mail it to From a Texas city comes this newsa hypocrite and a bluffer of the paper comment: "Their selections, us y with $1.00: of people find it impossible to use teeming with wit, humor and pathos, highest magnitude. You are a are rendered with such a dash of it instead of ordinary wheat THE LOTUS COMPANY. spirit and warmth of heart that the pupil of mine and yet you pose flour. Soldier Boy Subscription. an Interesting part of the history of emotions are kept constantly changas a personal friend of God. Ah, ing through it all. The audience goes the centers of Egypt lie richer In soul and body because Wilhelm, you are a wonder. You Germany's Great Military Power. portrayal of the midNext comes the 181 both mental and physical powers are French period, where all the arts inspired dle wantonly destroy all things in and purified." with age, and the lyrics and Adair County News, your path and leave nothing for The lamentable.and yet remarb'alSfls'nave a native color compelling-ly- ; Paramount Theatre Jan., 23. " " ," beautiful. Columbia, Ky; N. coming generations. kable thing about this war is the The third part of the program has to EVELYN BARGELT. songs from 1830 to send TheAdair County Newsoneyear rPlease do with American I was amazed when I saw you superhumism military power of As a cartoonist and entertainer Miss 1860, which palpitate with the heart -J origEvelyn is notable for form partnership with the im- Germany. history of our own people and breathe inality. Bargeltprogram beginsher to r. Her with a Joys, the humor ana the sorrows and possible Turk, the chronic killer group of chalk drawings, and from Nothing of consequence has, the melody of Intrinsic Americanism. de- this feature she proceeds with her o Address r; you a devout ever been accomplished by any of Christians, and This program was created and the ?r & company produced In the Stage Crafts' llghtful readings and sketches. worshiper in the Lutheran of the other Central Powers. Following Miss Bargelt's entertainWorkshop by Kntherlne S. Brown f0 ment In a Florida city not long ago one church. I confess, Wilhelm, the Bedpath bureau. ' of the newspapers commented as folIt was a German Army that for Mhich I enclose'$ you are a puzzle at times. A lows: "Her very first appearance creNov., 30. Paramount Theatre overran Belgium and Northern ated great applause, and the volume of Mohammedtan army commanded France and was barely stopped Signed appreciation and enthusiasm grew as JUDGE BEN B. fclNDSEY. by Prussian officers assisting one at the Marne. Much interest will center in the comanother in massacreing Chris ing of Judge Ben 13. Lindsey to this It was a German army that city. Judge Llndsey's marvelous fighl tians is a new line of warfare. crushed Serbia in 1915 and dealt against political nowers in Colorado When a Prussian officer can witand the farreaching results of his wort certain normal tendencies to car- much like your noble grandfathe same fate to Roumania the among and for delinquent youth have ness a nude woman, who, ry you by, a most dangerous ther, who also secured an assas"brought him into the public eye as but following fall and winter. by a swarthy Turk, few other men in this country have character placed" in power. I sin to remove old King Frederv It is German officers that are been. gave you the power of a ' hypno- ick of Denmark and later robbed committing a double murder now commanding Turkish soldThe subject of his lecture is "The Misfortunes of Mickey" a tist and a certain magnetic force that country of two provinces with one out of his sabre, and iers, and who made the Darda Is as entertaining as the title would Indicate. In addition to enterthat you might sway your peo- that gave Germany an opportun- calmly stand by and see a house nelles campaign a failure. taining the patrons of the course, the ple. I am responsible for the ity to become a naval power. full of innocent Armenians lockLyceum committee which brings Judge It is German troops who drove Lindsey to a community does the comdeformed arm that hangs help- Murder is dirty work, but it ed up, the house "saturated with invaders from" 'Austria and are: munity even a higher service than to less on your left, for your crip takes a Hohenzollern to make a oil and fired, then my teachings entertain. Judge Lindsey has a mes now winning decisive victories sage, and that message has to do with pled condition embitters your way. and get by with it. Your did not stop with you, but have in Italy. the most important Individual in all life and destroys .all noble im- opportunity was at hand; you been extended to the whole Gerthe world the boy. It was German soldiers who He tells of the incident in his pulses that might otherwise set the world on fire and the man nation. I confess, my Sacareer that turned his attention to virtually put Russia out of the cause me anxiety, But your bells of hell were ringing; your tanic soul grew sick and there the boy. Seven or eight years ago the r strong sword arm is driven by rape of Belgium caused much and then I knew the pupil had war in the spring offensive of your ambitions that squelch all joy; it was the beginning, become the master. I am a 1915, and it was German soldiers EVELYN BARGELT. who two months ago captured sentiment and pity. I placed in the foundation of a per- back number, and my dear Wilihe entertainment Riga and menaced Petrograd. progressed. Her earth, the de- helm, I abdicate in your favor. jrork throughout was of the very your soul a deep hatred of all fect hell on Severest" sort and different from the things English for all nations struction of noble cathedrals jund The great key of hell will "be Austria Hungary is powerless chalk drawer's work." turned over to you. The gavel without Germany; Bulgaria and During" the entertainment Miss Bar- on earth I hate England most; other infinite works of art was gelt Introduces a number of Interestwherever England - plants her hailed with joy in the infernal that has struck the doom of Turkey not only depend upon ing features, one of which is to select time began is German manpower, but upom order out of regions. You made war on damned souls-sincgome- - writings, either poetry or prose, flag she brings my German millitary strategy and! which she reads to the audience and chacs and the hatred Cross folfriends and foe alike and the yours. I am satisfied that at the same time presents it In picture in your favor is for leadership. Corm. Thus she gives ner audience a lows the Union Jack; under her murder of civilians showed my abdication hell-- in double conception. Germany is in reality theiCen-tr- al wild tribes become tillers of teachings had bourne fruit. Your the very best interest of Her pictures appear on the canvas as rule thefiiture I am at your MajPower and it is the desperIf by magic, beginningwlth a few sim- the soil and in due time practical treachery towards oieutral naple words and ending with a gorgeous ate autocracy that mu3t be crushgreat civityzer tions hastened universal up- esty's service. and handsome production. Her crayon citizens; she is a Affectionately and sincerely, ed. work Is as comical as her more digni- of the. globe and I hate her. I heaval, the thing I most desired. fied sketches are beautiful. Lucifer R. Satan. warfare i3 a Miss Bargelt's highly pleasing per- planted in your soul a jjriiel ha- Your under-seAn indication of preparation sonality Is another feature whlch-add- s your mother because she master stroke from the smallest greatly to the success" of her programs. tred of Five American Congressmen for a long war, England is now Lusitania. was English and' left my good mackerel boat to the will renarrowly escaped death from making contracts-tha- t Paramount Theatre April 9. JUDGE BEN B. LINDSEY. no favorites; as a war German "shells at Dixmude when quire five years to complete. friend Bismark to fan the. flame You show attorney had said one morning, district An American soldier in France I Recent history Idrd' you stand supreme, .for you they were in a Belgian trench Eighty per cent, of the manus "We have some burglars to try this under-cour- twas shot to, death have no ctfn- - only thirty yards frorn.the Ger- - facturing in England ..is. fethe Andf proveshow well ouc work was have no mercy " boys. They were. martial for v; an assult upon.-- r he saw three little war. bclinging maiLfirjt Hne, j done if broke' your roy lil'm&l.sideration'f drthe virglarsi!pnft that .slpgle Incident? French woman y. . . - LYCEUM COURSE M present Juvejallia system I in the state'or. uoioraao tnat is to become national. Offers to Turn Over the Keys of In his lecture he touches many Hell to Him, Says You've phases of the problems of the day relating to the youth. He' believes, that GotMeBeafr parents should be held responsible for the welfare of their children. He, also says that business men should. learn -- The Infernal Regiori?6, 28 the facts of the cause of crime and HoKenzollern, that no business will ever succeed .To Wilhelm-vowhen it puts money above heart and King of Prussia, Emperor of Children are the victims conscience. A1I Germany and Envoy Ex'-- 1 of individualism in- - thousands' of instances. traordinay of Almighty God. e --- aes-tined -- Juat5 Einclsey ttTthlnking, the BE DEVIL WRITES THE KAISER, "t ' ''. ' " it' ' ' ,jfJ ;rv '"'T - er's heart,. but I gained my - pur: to its mothers bredst as. they Just Corn .,,. pose- both go down into the deep toThe inherited disease of the gether only to be torn apart and There should be no danger of Hohenzollerns killed your father, leisurely devoured by the sharks American starvation with a corn just as it will kill you, and you down among the corals., n j- -- -- er averag-ing'flv- k well-bake- e super-crimina- )hen-zoller- n DiiMA-cours- o V up-to-da- te. . DO IT NOW. n .: .K V e to-da- '- -t I are-mello- - v-.,',-. is-"- - x t.- - 1 . lecture-whic- judi-,cl- al )ld-tlm- e e -- a . had-kindled- '. moraingr-judge.- -" Iooklng-aroun- dr ou t I ; -;--,- .ob. s V THfl ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ss rf&niaicse a A t .J .Jfc- . S''a,- - - ' Jl, X t : " ?- -l Is- - - . ii,-- " i1 J O 6"04,l,6lQSxQ'8t9lQ'4 Gradyvillc We have had a ping tobacco. Miss Maud "Wilmore was on the sick list a day or so of laab week. Mr. Mayfield, the popular dry goods man of Bowling Green, was in our midst one day last week. There was a few hogs slaughtered In our town last Friday. Mrs. Julia A. Baker spent several days last week visiting her son and family, Sam Baker, on Big Creek. Dr. B. Y. Hiridman, of Columbia, was looking after his farming interest on his farm near here one day last week. Japan to StM AfiBty ancf honor Roll. The following pupils have been regular in attendance and have not been tardy more than three times during the month and have made above 90 per cent, on each subject. Eighth Grade. Ruby Stapp. Seventh Grade. Mabel Antle. Fifth Grade. Merna Haynes Margie Stapp Allie Stapp fine week for" strip- Navy to rielp Allies. Washington, November 12. Increased Japanese participation in the war, both on land and sea, is expected to be the result of the negotiations concluded by the United States and Japan by which recognition is given to Japan's special interests in China. It was learned today that the Japanese fleet has been mobilized. Nearly 100 vessels aggregating more than 500,000 tons are engaged. This is accepted as forecasting the dispatch by Japan of a large fleet to Euro pean waters. Dispatch of a Japanese army to Europe is expected in response to appeals made by both Italy and Russia. JAPAN WAITED FOR PRICE. RATS! RATS! RATS! the RATS now before your Corn is gathered and Save Enough to pay your Kill Store Account. Bytheway, THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE needs what you owe them now. They Sell Rat - Rid. 4 QM6"fr44844"0"6"9"Bl Important Decision 4 4 4 4,O44,,4,44M9l0,4,6lfr With Automobile Line. The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is owned and operated by W. E. Noe. He has in his employe safe and reliable drivers. Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. Reference to Liquor Laws. Address, W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. G. B. REED FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE "The Service Agency. Columbia, Kentucky. The Adair County News $1.00 No Contrasted with these unhappy evidences of the actiuities of The New York World says various groups of politicians that, "so far as the war is con- scrambling for power, we haye cerned, we are getting along the record at Washington, where with less politics in the United the nation's representatives are States today than any of the united to mobilize, by law, every other belligerents, ally or enemy. material and moral resource of a Villa Forces Open Attack. A This happy condition may not hundred millions of people. the following charges Columbia, icisms. Cheerfulness at home as well as courcontinue with a nation smarting Every measure which looks to Presidio,Tex., Nov. 14. fight-in- g Gradyville, Sparkesville, Cane Valley, be- age at the front- is essential. Therefore In diplomatic circles the be under heavy casualty lists and the speedy a succefsful prosecubetween Villa forces and Russell Springs and Jamestown willCo- lief is expressed that the JJnited Lthe country should encourage, within Church reasonable limits, the lighter and shortage in the necessities of tion of the conflict is adopted al Mexican government troops be- held in the MethodistFollowing in the is lumbia, Dec, 2 3. States achieved a notable success pleaaanter features of life to inspire life, but it is true today that at j most without a quibble. and strengthen gan at Ojinaga at 5:20 a. m, program: in the negotiations with Japan. hope is a very bad weaponconfidence. Sunday, Dec, 2, 7 p. m , Sermon is Gloom to make no capital of a nation at war No political ambitions are being (Central time). The attack start"The Mission of Jesus Christ To The United States, it was assert war with, and Its apostles err when there as much unity, and as little considered; no petty brickerings ed from the southwest and grew Give fhe Gospel to All Men" Rev. O. ed, was obliged to recognize, ei- they endeavor to disseminate it, for lb dissension as at Washington. or civil strike thwart the will of gradually with the approach of M. Capshaw. does not help, it only demoralizes and Monday 3rd, 10 a. m. The Sunday ther expressly or tacitly, Japan's weakens. The recent French cabinet the people to render America daylight into a constant fire of Schools a Potential Factor in the claims in respect to China, a Evangelization of the World "Rev. crisis, in which the Painleve efficient and worthy as a fight- rifle shots. To bar the enemy's progress claim which the United States D. L. Vance. Government was overthrown, ing force. artillery, machine guns or 10:20 "A Christmas and Easter No advanced toward the Amer- Italians opened the floodgates of For this condition, a part of hand bombs were used in the Offering An Emergency Fund"1 had was the result of incidentail and ican continents in the Monroe the Piave and Sile Rivers, and Rev. O. T. Lee. comparatively trivial causes. It the credit is due to the extraor- first attack. inundated a section 'covering 10:30 The Woman's Missionary S- Doctrine, which is reciprocally had nothing to do with the con dinary executive leadership of American patrols are guard- ocietyIts Contribution in Giving the recognized by Japan in principle, about 70 square miles. The Wa- duct of the war or the attitude President Wilson, and the other ing the ford opposite Ojinaga. Gospel to the Nations of Earth." though not in name, in the ex ter stands a foot to five feet Mrs. W. A. Hynes. the French people toward the share of credit must go to the It is reported'Jmllets are falling Mrs. S. G. ShelleyfA of 11:00 Sermon, Great Spiritual change of notes between Secre- deep. patriotism of the American peo- on the Amjericside" of the Rio rRevival the Supreme Need of the the conflict. vital issues of Lansing snd Viscount Ishii. Rev. J. tary Church and World It is proposed that a popular Lloyd George's seat as Prime ple, and their proven capacity Grande. WHAT JAPAN WILL PAY. W. Rayburn. subscription to be raised to preMinister of England was threat for self government. E Town. Firing on the Mexican side 2:30 p. m. "My Personal Obligation Japan, according to the diplo- sent France with a statue,in comened because he advocated the News. continued until daylight. Then as a Member of the Church as Touch- mats, has consented to furnish a ing the Support of the Ministry, and Marne, and War creation of an Inter-Allie- d a machine gun from the Ojinaga the Benevolences of the Church." R. great amount of tonnage for memoration' of the ThreeAustrians, a woman and garrison fired three volleys. Bul- R. Moss, J T. Goodman in return for the gift of the StatCouncil, which is to act not in transport purposes, and to risk ue of Liberty by France to this Mission an executive, but merely an ad- two men, were murdered at Vir- lets continued to fall on the 3.00 "A Glance at Our Appreci- her warships. Troops are beTheir Fields Their Needs, country, visory capacity. Certainly one ginia. Minu,, because they sub- American side of the ford near ation of the Assistance Given Them." lieved to have been promised alscribed to the Red Cross fund. Rev. F. E. Lewis. is needed. est to Ojinaga. Secretary Baker says that his 3:30 Slogan of the Columbia so'. In return Japan will obtain The Italian War Ministry has Their skulls were crushed with a Refugees from Ojinaga start- District "TheRevival in Every Church, recogni department will not ask Congress A axe while they slept. On a kit- ed coming across to the-- United Pastor's Salary and all Benevolences from the United States recently been overthrown. tion of its claims in China and this week to raise the age limit chen table in the house, was found reported the fighting Paid in Full." Rev Elmer Ashby, The unfortunate civil strife in States and conscription; that the present i4 a note, which said: "This is 7:00 p. m. Sermon "The Divine Fi- also a supply of steel and iron for atwas outside of town. The Russia is a familiar topic, while registration supplies the need. nancial System in the Extension of, adequate for her needs. what you get for being against tack apparently was against the and Maintaining of Christ's Kingthere is undoubtedly much dis the Kaiser." B, G Shelley. The Prince of Wales is among The Turks have lost 9,000 prismain camppf General Espinosary dom." Rev. sension in Germany, subdued Everybody 4s notronly Invited to be oners to the Britiih since ; Octo- the English troops on th Italian Cordovas, one and one-hamiles present but earnastlyjirgad to be. only by the iron'wiU of thekai- - Liberty four's .fell to 97.66 '.. -: front. . - .' - "south wet.t of Ojinaga. L..F. Plercy. Chairman.- - ber 31st' New York last week. ser. Politics in the War. far-reaching or. The Court of Appeals, in a decision this week, but bootleggers on notice that if convicted of a second offense- - it is a felony, whether their first offense was committed before or after the Lee Zimmerman law, which car ries a prison sentence as the pen alty of the second offense. George Armstrong was convicted of violating the local option law of Fulton County prior to March, 1916. He was convicted again this year and sentenced to a year in prison. He appealed on ,he ground that the penalty attached to a second conviction applied only when the accused had twice been convicted after the passage of the act of March, 1916. But the Court of Appeals, in an opinion by Chief Justice Settle, affirming the judgment, said it made no difference when the first offense was committed. The'decision will have a effect locally, as there are perhaps fifty persons in Har din county who stand convicted of the first offense of selling E. Town News. Remember that there will be Thanksgiving services at Union. Every body invited to attend. Miss Molhe Flowers is visiting at Campbellsville and Greensburg. John W. Sexton, who is located at Chatham, 111., has a nice position, writes his father that he is making anywhere from 85.00 to 88 00 per day. The young nimrods from Columbia and other places, are making good use of their time, getting plenty of game in this section. & Caldwell, of Messrs. Johnson Green county, were through this section last week, looking after tobacco. We understand they made some nice purchases. Uncle Marvin Wilson and wife have been on the sick list for last week. Joel Rodgers spent a day or so at Greensburg, last week, on business. Sadness and gloom was cast over our town last Friday morning, when the announcement of the death of our friend, kinsman and neighbor, J. eager Yates, of Bradfordsville, was made known. Rev. Vance, student of the L. W. T. S., at Columbia, filled the pulpit at the Methodist church in our city, last Sunday, with a very interesting discourse. Quite a lot of tobacco that has been bought by local buyers was delivered during the damp weather of last week, and the majority of the weed was sold at good prices, consequently considerable money is changing hands. Rev. Scott, pastor of the Baptist church near this place, is holding a series of meetings at this time. We understand there is much interest manifested in the meeting and a fine prospect for a great revival. Joel Rodgers closed a deal one day last week with E. E. Nell in which Mr. Rodgers swapped his house and Jot, in our city, to Mr. Nell for his farm also here. This is the larger 'part of the farm known as the Henry Walker farm. The property owned by Mr. Rodgers was known as the AlBoth places fred Parson property. Mr. Rodgers are desirable homes. paid 82,000 difference We were informed by Mr. John Vire that one of the greatest events that has been pulled off in this section of the county was at the pie supper at Keltner school house, where Prof. Hadley is teaching. He is a very popular teacher and consequently it brought out a very large attendance. Pies sold from one dollar to eleven dollars. Several were sold "at eight dollars apiece. We take it that people jn that section likepies. Esther Williams. Fourth Grade. Hermon Antle Dana Stapp Lena Stapp. Third Grade. Edward Kell Joe Antle Hollys Grider Bascom Williams Mintie Haynes. Second Grade. Opal Stapp Annie Mae Kell. This is Providence taught Mis3 Ruth Stapp. ' 'J t' -- The United States will meet Japan's price for increased war activity by recognizing Japanese aspirations in China. There has been no secret that Japan has been holding back until the attitude of the powers, particularly the United States, with ref-ento Japanese-Chines- e school ce rela- How to Save Meat. Save the meat! Our allies' food animals have decrease 33,000,000 head. Their meat, fat, milk and butter have thus decreased in the face of increased need. Although our own live Btock herds are only about normal, and our output of animal products but little larger than before the war, we must send our allies more beef, pork, bacon, condensed milk, cheese and pork products. We can increase our shipments only by the amount we save. For beef, pork, mutton, then, we should substitute chicken, fish and rabbit, oysters, clams and other sea foods, and increase our egg dishes. Serve beef, pork or mutton notjnore than once any day. Set aside one or more days each week when no "red" meat will be served. Reduce the size of portions. Substitute beans for meats, as they contain the same nutritive values. Save the meat! tions was set forth. One of the important questions at the forthcoming allied war conference will be the part Japan will take in the war. Italian and Russian delegates will urge use of Japanese troops on their fronts. Russia's attitude has been set forth by the Vechernee Vremya, which urges that "whatever may be her demand, nothing will be considered too dear, in view of the enormous lo3s of lives and money that will occur during the six months that the war will be shortened by the appearance of Japan on the firing line." VIEW OP THE ITALIANS. Italy's view, expressed by the Corriere Delia Sere, one of the most influential Italian newspapers, is that one of the worst errors of the Allies has been the missed opportunity of Japanese participation! "Not a single responsible statesman among the Allies," it is said, "had the timely insight to urge a straightforward bid for Japan's intervention." The action of the United America will need many things durProgram. in satisfying Japan is ac ing the dark days of this winter, States men, money, munitions and food, but Missionary Institute embracing cepted as a reply to these crit- above all, she will need optimism. - - To-day- ." ' lf , - , a .jb t ," L v Hi unit w i in ii- - -imi Knifley. m.iii.iii.ii ' - .in I z Mrs. OIlie Shively and children, of Columbia, who visited her sister, Mrs. J,' C. Gose, has returned home. Mrs. Lydia Perkins is visiting msoi Health .... , .. .q....,,,-,.in in rum -, Z. v : i muikiiim fiM , !! ii i m MiMrMiMffnnMiinwuwMn P. . -- ? imiri'. rm ivir an 'iiiiimiDim imtt n m - gSg.73. nB .fa -- -- .,. f VL. . me DeauuiuB r inn : Jt" a Gulf Coast EVERYTHING IN Ej2 S Gulf port Miss, Mississippi, is a land of romance and interesting history, and she has furnished some famous men who have had spectuaclar careers. Mississippi was found by old world exployers to have a fine climate and many fascinations. "Two centuries ago DeSoto, Joliet, Marquette, Iberville, Bienville and LaSalle had a "vision" of the civilization of Mississippi of today. Mississippi has had one hundred years of statehood and she expects to celebrate her Cen- Afcbst J1 at her brother-in-law'- s, Mr. John Arnold. Eld. J. Q. Montgomery filled his regular appointment at Casey Creek last Sunday. Rev. I. T. ' Allen and 0. T. Lee closed a series of meetings at Christie Chapel last week. Misses Ruth and Delia Greer spent last Sunday with Misses Effie and Pay Lewis. Dr. J, C Gose and family visited at Mr. H. B. Ingram's, of Columbia, one night last week. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. HOOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. .Incorporated Many thousands of wonfen suffering from .womanly trouble, Messrs. Fred and W. J. Bottoms and Miss Pinkie Bottoms returned to Illinois one day last week. Died, on the 12th of Nov., Mrs. Myrtie Quinn, wife of R, M. Quinn. Interment at the White grave yard. The small pox is' raging - in we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, otHayne, N.C. "I could not sand on my feet, and, just suffered terribly," she &iys. "As my suffering was so great, and lie had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. - get Cardui. . . I began ' improving, and it cured ' sue. I Vnow, and my doctor knows, what Cardui lki for me, for my nerves and health were have been bertefiied by the use of Cirdul, the woman's wnic. according to letters - scout gone." v T 1 3pi(SF jy-- ' JBVT stfii s - ' 5Jt SS PS va mm JGp rSJP KTajSE this community" at the present time. Miss Fannie Bryant spent last Sunday with Miss Liilie Wheel- The Woman's Teste She writes further: amiasplencd health "I .. . er. Mr. James Dulworth and son, David, of Green county, spent last Sunday at Mr. G. Rt Feese. Miss Mamie Cox, of Casey Creek, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Owen Arnold. Miss Rosa Bryant spent last Sunday with Miss Flossie Arnold. Mr. ' Owen Hendrickson and family, of Casey county, visited at Mr. W. P. Dillingham's last can f:o my work. I feel I owe U to Cardui, for I was in .readfu! condition." If ycu are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every mo".th, 'try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with then women paliems, for years, endorse this medicine. Think v.hti means to be in splendid health, i&c Mrs. Spell. Give CardiJ a trial tennial near Gulfport in 1919. At Gulfport is a railway pier extending one mile into the Mississippi Sound. It gives dockage facilities to foreign vessels and makes the harbor a gateway to the interidr of the state, snd South to the Panama Canal region. Gulfport is thus famed, together with its land connections along the line of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad for its accessibility from and to all points north south, east and west. The city of Gulfport has attractive homes, fine churches and e people. She has also about schools, and an aggressive her fruit lands and garden spots for the settler from the north. hostelry. She has in her Great Southern Hotel a fine Gulfport is on the beautiful Shell road also, that extends for miles along the edge of the Sound. It is a fine breeze one gets at most any day of the year, when aboard that electric line that run3 along the very waters edge. The golf links, a few miles east of Gulfport are an attraction on this line; also the Military Academy and beautiful Beauvoir, that was once the home f o Jefferson Davis and which is now a harbor for the Confederate Veterans of the South. If, while sojourning at Gulfport, you are weary of golfing or boating, why then in the moonlit nights or dark nights you can go searching for .'flounders" when the tide is out. It is a picturesque site to see men and women, who live along the shore who often at night are thus engaged. By the aid of the light of their tarches they enioy this sport. No doubt many find it an economic pastime. Gulfport is a comming city of some size! Strangers are cordially welcome either to visit for a time or to add their interest to that of many others who come for the attractions and she offers to all who may wish to share them with her. Carlyle Porter. Gulfport is one of the attractive resorts located on the Beati-fu- l Gulf Coast Coast and reached by the superb steel passenger trains of the LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD. wide-awakup-to-da- te : CO- - . 1 16 eaat Mathci Street Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Is Offering all Farm Machinery at Very Attractive Prices. Wagons Grain Drills Disc Harrows - well-bein- g Smoothing Harrows" Pulverizers Turning Plows at from 10 to 33 per cent, below cost to-day's A3 Druggists TSf Si Z& "- --, S-i- Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Dempsey Bault left for Wadswortb, 0., one day last week. Rev. Fieldon Chapel has just closed a series of meetings at Mt. Zion with several professions. Mr. Frank Corbin got badly hurt one day last week at his saw mill and his left hand had to be taken off. He Had a Lot of-Sen- W Talking About LaFollette. Senator LaFollette claims in his book that he overthrew Speaker Carlisle in the discussion of a parlimentary question, and is a fact that may be; and-yetit that you could colonize a dozen minds like LaFollette's in' the single mind of John G. Carlisle ever and no one of them-woul- d run across any other of them in their wanderings, so vast the locality of their exile Savoyard. There was an old geezer and he had a lot of sense. He started up a business on a dollar eighty cents. The dollar for stock and the eighty for an ad brought him three lovely dollars' in a day It Would seem that LaFollette by dad! is in Well, he bought more goods would see the light, that he and a little more space, and played that system with a smile on his face. The customers flocked to his and soon he had to hustle for a regular store. Up on the square where the people pass, he gobbled up a corner that was all plate glass. He fixed up the windows with the best that he had and told them all about it in a half page ad. He soon had 'em coming and he never, never quit, and ho wouldn't cut down on his, ads one bit. And he's kept things humpin' in the town ever since, and everybody calls him the merchant prince. Some say it's luck, but that's all bunk why he wa3 doing business vwhen the times were punk! People have to purchase and Geezer was ,wi3e for, he- - knew the way to get 'em was to ad, two-by-fo- ur an altogetnerimpossiblesituation (his own State having repudiated Jiim) and resign voluntarily. But if he persists in his present course, woe be to him in the days to come, when the casualty lists of our brave boys in the trenches begin pouring in on us. He has obstructed and delayed the passage of bills which would have helped them, which would have shortened their sufferings,which would have reduced the death-toll- T which would have hastened the end of the war. He has given aid and comfort to the enemy, he has told the farmers, the backbone of the Nation, that we are ngnting to protect tne loans of Morgan, to swell the profits of du Pont. He has slandered our President; he has defied the power of public opinion, as represented in the petitions for his removal. An example should" be made of hirn. Too long has rhis Senatorial toga protected him vertise. . from punishment which was his of Harbison coun due- - A correspondent to- the ty, sold his crop .of tobacc?, $,- New YoriTWorld.'" OOO pounds, at 40c, Will-How- k, -- slightly different story, but with Remember the Past. the same moral. An adminisThere has been nothing more tration, solemnly pledged to up presumptuous in Kentucky pol- hold the county unit law,rutele33-l- y defeated this measure which itics than the attempt of the "wets" to organize the next 1vas the most important of all Legislature and submit a state- bills to preserve and strengthen wide prohibition amendment that law. A signed petition of e members of the which they propose to vote House to call it from the Rules against and use every means to Committee to a vote, was placed defeat. There would be just as much under the heel of a whisky Speaker, taking orders from a reason in summoning Boes Penwhiskey administration. rose to write the next DemocratThese are instances of "dry" ic National platform. The prohibition, amendment laws entrusted to their "wet" should be framed by its friends, foes. These are concrete examples of the slaughter that, pronot its enemies, whether those enemies be open or concealed. hibition received from its eneIts passage through the Legis- mies in the last Legislature, and lature should be in charge of they are likewise a warning ofthose who want to see it adopt-e- what may be expected to the state-wid- e amendment if the and not by those who would controls like to see it beaten 100,000 votes. State Administration the next House. There has never been anything Forearmed is forewarned, and so palpable as this trick of the liquor interestf to get control of the Representative, elected on a "dry" platform, who votes with a Legislature that is to submit an amendment which they hope the Administration in the organto beat. There is nothing about ization of the House, has a poor way of proving his faith it that savors of candor or honNews. ors; all about it is that malodorfifty-thred, E-To- Call and see us or write for our prices. vVe also sell Dry Goods Shoes and Clothing at less than Cost Calico 10c . 18c- Best Dress Gingliams Outing 15c Bed Blankets worth. for $3.50. 4.75 "VVooDSonsr XjEtwts ous record of deception and dis- honesty that has marked the course of this sinister crew in Kentucky politics for twenty years. The story of the Hutchcraft Bill in law and the the last Legislature is sufficient warning for the coming Legis-tur- e not to repeat its folly. A law, framed by and haying for Us purpose the closing of saloons in Covington and Newport on Sunday was defeated under orders of the Administration and the notorions Hutchcraft substitute, endorsed by a whiskey politicians, whiskey lobbyist's and whisky members of the Legislature, was passed. ' The result was that the saloons of Covington and Newport continue to defy the law, and that the Hutchcraft law is Impotent to remedy the evil.-Th- e bill .is a anti-shippin- There has been nothing but desultory fighting in France and Flanders since last week, but indications point to a fresh offensive by Gen. Petain near -- Fred G. Jones & Co. INCOR.PURATED g Owing to the continued unsettled condition, Ambassador Francis Brook G A. Streets s remaining in Petrograd to leave the city. The Y. M. C. A. campaign throughout the country, which closed last week, resulted in the Sverscription of $35,000j)00 amount asked. hasad vised tfee 200 Ameri-can- tLOUISVIIJLE. KY. wholes: t Doors, 'Windows, Mouldings, Porch Columns, Stairways?? General Building Material. - WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. . Give me a Call. .1 anti-shjppin- g I C. YATES Will I. Send Catalog On Request a UJflga- -- l :'' 'jjj ' ' "- - ... '' f il , ., j, ! i ?VHg"caja3,2!,tSHiTC ' .Li.L f i..Jfi- ADAIR OotoNr - . .n ii it . , - .... '..., &Ayh,L,l&&L n.J - ... .i.i.i i '4. mm . in WMtii ii W" 'I' -- rimin i in n 11 i.i - - - tu- kux ivr ui , Q; , -- S. GOVERNMENT M " "ST 9i .. -- WANTS 100,000 V "' - - ?? ' "5- i F - i. j- -f i ' t z- r - White Oak arid Hickory Spokes I '5K i5K , By iC- January 2 5-- 1st, 1918. Delivery to fce made on SANDUSKY BROS., Yard at Columbia, Ky. Spokes to be made from Good Live Timber. Streaks no defects. AH red no defects. Sap no defects. This Timber does not have to be second growth. , ' -' '. SIZES WAISTTED inches 8 - x2 5-- 8 8 2 5-8- x2 5-- long, $45.00 x 25 x 29 inches long, $50.00 i We have only one grade and if your spokes come up to the above description and measure we pay the price. J. :5K yio- - E. GOWDY, Carxipbellsville, Ky. For further information call or write W. H. SANDUSKY, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. aeiaeKHeKaei COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training School Safe Place to Put Boys and Girls Owen Miller", Opal MHO ler, and Edna Miller, Piffs., by. their next friend, vs of sale Russell County, Kentucky, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months the following two boundaries of land lying and being part in Eussell and part in Adair Counties, Kentucky, viz: A. certain boundary of land containing about 12 acres and bounded on the 2?orth by the lands of J. C. Miller; on the East by the lands of A. A. Mil- The Monticello basket ball lerfon the South by the lands of A. a. Millerj-o- n the West by the lands Ueam will meet the local High School team in the High School of B. S. Miller and A. A. Miller. A certain'boundary of land known Gym Thanksgiving night. as the Loy land and containing about 70 acres and bounded on the North by From Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. the lands of Bal Antle; on the East by the lands of F. F. Coffey; on the 5.. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, tenl.- - Boys and Girls are under our personal Nov. 24, 1917. South by the lands' of B. S. Miller; on care'at all times. nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc. The Adair County News, tne West by the lands of A. A. MilColumbia, Ky. ler. 2. The teachers are well qualified and have Dear Sirs: Said two boundaries will be first of6. Thorough courses. Our Student get f previously been successful- The one part of a soldier's training fered separately and then as a whole . credit in any school in the State. and the bid or bids accepted which which probably receives more atten3. New Brick Dormitories, Electric Lights, will realiza the most money. tion than any other is thatxelating to Water Works, Bath and Steam Heat. 7. Good moral and religious influences but The' purchaser or purchasers will be his health. It appears that the U. S. required to execute bond or bonds Government is very much, interest not secterian. 4. Healthful and Beautiful Location. from purely altrinistic motives in rewith approved security for the Book-keepin- g; price payable to me as commis- lieving and in more especially preCOURSES: High School; Normal; Intermediate; Primary; sioner and bearing 6 per cent per an- venting suffering among the soldiers, Expression; Music, Vocal and num interest from date, with lien re- just as it is interested in their entertained on land as additional security. tainment and education. But anothAddress, All bidders be prepared' to comply er motive enters into it. On the. physical condition of a man largely with the above requirements. depends his value as a soldier. A few H. H. Dunbar, of the safeguards for health may be Master Commissioner ofR C. C. seen from the following: On the -- See the big game of the season first or second day after the recruit In Good Condition. in.the High School Gym Thanks- reaches the camp he receives what I keep on hands a full stock of Special Notice. giving night. the men term a shot in the arm. It coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Mr. Geo. H. Kruse, State FTotel Inis a hyperdermio injection of a serum Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and spector, was here last Wednesday. He two hearses. We keep extra large to prevent his contracting typhoid A'll persons indebted to the estate of PablicSilc. went through the Tandy Hotel, and caskets. Prompt service night or day. - B. F. Taylor or Dr. Jas." fever. Two more of these' injections the late Dr..reported to this office that he found Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. Taylor, byjiote 9 follow at from seven to ten days apart or account must setOstock, crops, etc , beginning at s the rooms and bedding in 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triplett, tle the same at once, as this .business a..m., Friday, Nov. 30, 1917, 1 will sell He receives two vaccinations if the condition, superior to man' country Columbia, Ky. at public auction, at my farm, known first does not take effect At night must be closed. hotels. He also dined at the noon as the Jeff Epperson home place, lj every one of the fifteen windows in hour, stating that he waa furnished Don't forget we are occupying the mile north of Montpelier, on Russell the roont must be open several inches with an elegant .meal Ue further Coffey property in front of Christian creek, the following: One good sorrel Baths are frequent under the showers. Come!' Come! everybody come in'are, one good horse, one span good Before breakfast every morning the stated that some traveling men were Church, and are prepared to take care .hard to please, tut they had no cause of th& traveling public. Wilson house -t- theC.x-H:Gym "Thanks- workVmuleSj two good young cows, company falls tout for calisthenics. " "to kick about tne management oi tnis Columbia, Ky. E. wilson,-prop.- a giving night, two extra good young Jersey cows, The first few days df these exercises Geo. "hotel. 3--3t j Lena P. Miller &c. - Df te. J By virtue of a judgment of the Russell Circuit Court at its October term, 1917, in, the above styled case, I will on the 10th day of December, 1917, it being the first day of the regular term of the Russell County Court, at iVirt f1mh ImiiRA uuui In u ujouy una uuuiiruuuao 3ns ill Tomaofnnn ij will be fresh in December, one good Jersey cow with yonng calf, one Jersey heifer to be fresh in the spring1 seven stock cattle. Twenty fat hogs Forty-fou- r stock. Nine good goats, good wagon, binder, mowing machine, rake, cultivators, plows, harrows, drills, etc Will also sell one good rubber tire buggy, one steel tire bug gy, buggy ; pole, one set aouoie nar- ness, two sets single harness and other harness. About 100 bbls., of corn, a lot of baled hav, one acre tobacco, fifty-twbushels buckwheat, some potatoes, quite a number of S. C. R. R. chickens, peafowls and turkeys, telephone box and line to Montpelier, household and kitchen furniture. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Lucien Moore, Montpelier, Ky. J. S. Breeding and B. G. Redman auctioneer. o SECOND TERM OPENS DEC. 3jL, 19X7. pur-Cha- se Instrumental, G-- . L. GRUME, Pein. COLUMBIA., KY. -- causes a decided soreness in the body due to the fact that muscles are brought into play that have not been At least stretched for months. once each time the men fill their lungs with air and then beat on their chest to open the dormant cells and give a larger breathing space. The theory that disease is visited on us by Providence or chance or fato finds little place in the army calcu. lations. No doubt the Almighty visits pestilence on us for sins as he did in the days of old, bat much of it is for the sins of ignorance and carelessness with his laws of nature. If a man becomes sick he either goes to the regimental hospital or has a medical officer come to the quarters. This attention Is free of cost. In the event his case is serious he is removed to the base hospital in an automobile ambulance. TVhenhe is brought in for treatment his case is diagnosed by a specialist and then he is put in the hands of one particular doctor, who is held responsible for his life. The base hospital staff is composed of thirty-fiv- e doctors nurses, sixty-fiv- e and 2S8 enlisted men. It is large enough to give each man special The boys who recently had measles report that they were well cared for by attendants and that medical officers called on them twice each day. While they were in bed their diet consisted of soup and crackers, but as they recovered they were given the regular rations. Willie Thomas, TomCabbell, and Jack Biggs have nearly recovered, but have not gone back to drilling yet. They seem to have received no ill effects out of the ordldary. Since I last wrote John. Rose, Clyde Patterson and Willie Mack Collins have taken measles. The only ones in the company now that have not had it are Carley Ballou and Baker. I would say in conclusion that the care of the health Is one respect in which service In the army will be an education to each man. Yours truly, Paul G. Chandler. at-tenti- Don't fail to be at the High School Gym Thursday night Nov 29, 1917. The Wilson House solicits your patronage through the News. Geo, E. Wilsonl prop. C. first-clas- Bl-arl- st. , o S. -- -- iro Notice the Basket ;BalLads in ' "" this issue. " .-- M :y 6 " - k im m -, ft ? a ifeSAiii J ' oorasf mm , liV- - i ,li ii ' &?rr ! 5. t mm m A ,,, Mll i - . - , ... jr. . " LOCALS. .. Announcement 1 $ HONORING WILL WILSON His r. M' l. '. SfUl i.t.nfr.lgi -- W I mi y nrfmn "Sb m " Death Occurred at Camp Shel by Last Week-Brou- ght Home Not A Special Sale JUST EVERY DAY BARGAINS Sthe s Dear Friend: Consistent with our policy to better serve our patrons, we have adopted a method of PROFIT 'SHARING, and want all our Customers With Us Benefits of this Plan. Come in and let us tell you how be done How to secure FREE the many Beautiful and Useful articles illustrated. This Plan Is An Induce- ment for Cash Purchases. to-Sha- re for Burial. Will Wilson, a son of Mr. and Mrs George Wilson, who live on "Mr. J. H. $ at Camp Shelby, Young's farm, near Columbia, died SPECIAL NOTICE. Come and get a Free Certificate Trade Fifty Cents worth at our store and we will give you Three Fifty Cent Certificates FREE, instead of one, to get you started saving them. You can get any or all of the Beautiful Premiums in our Catalogue FREE for these Cer- tificates. They Cost You Nothing. Just Think You can get Six Rogers Silver Teaspoons for 56 Certificates. (See No. 202, page 2.) s Headquarters For Xmas Toys. full line of Xmas Toys of all kinds, also Wagons, Sleds, Autos and many other nice and useful Presents for the older ones. Come early and get your choice before they We now have on display a v r are gone. H. NELL, 4 S & SON,! COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. & LOUlSVlllfr- - m m Hole Incorporated $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. " $1750 and Up Rooms With 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best fire Protection Known to Insuranee Engineers. Miss , Jasfc week, a victim of pneumonia. He was twenty-four years old. He was sworn into the service of the United States army about two months ago, leaving young & this place with a number of men; and in a short time he was transferred from Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, to Camp Shelby, Miss. He enlisted to do service for his country, & bnb before he was called to the front he contracted pneumonia and in a few days God calledhim to come up higher. His comrades tenderly waited upon him, and when the end came the body was carefully prepared and shipped to this place for interment. & It arrived last Thursday about dark, and Friday morning religious service were held at the home, Revs Watson and Bush officiating. The funeral and burial was largely attended. Under the banner of the Red Cross many automobiles, filled with ladies and gentlemen, went to the home and accompanied the re$ mains to the City cemetery. The two ministers paid high tribute to his memory and for the oause which he enlisted to tight, and for. which he lost his life. The Lindsey-Wilso- n School and the Public School turned out in a body to do honor to the lamented dead. Many resideuts of Columbia were also present and with bowed heads silently listened to the clods as they fell upon the honored dead soldier. At the grave Eld. Z. T. Williams, Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. W. A. Coffey also made appropriate talks. When the crowd withdrew from the cemetery the mound over the departed was covered with beautiful and A r If it is .s a A Hat, Cap or Suit Of Clothes for a Young Man Or a Middle Age Man, I have T- - It. Also anything in Dry Goods, Notions And Shoes. 4t i ALBIN COLUMBIA., i MURRAY, KY- J fragrant flowers. May God comfort the heartbroken parents and all other relatives is the wish of the entire people of Adair Louisville, ,6th & Main. Streets. Kentucky. county. Died Near Greensburg. Mrs. Lizzie Wilson, who was the mother of Mr. E. B. Wilson, and an aunt of Mra. Mary T. Harvey, this Take Notice: to enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that the Tombstone or Monument you erect as a final tribute to the one you loved, and whose memory you wish to pass down to posterity, will not only be a fitting and beautiful memorial, but will also endu'o through ages to come? If you do, your attention is called to the many monuments of Marble and Granite which I have placed in the Cemetery at Columbia and surrounding hurrying grounds, which will show you the beauty and durability of the material used in their construction, and attesting the care and neatness with which my woikisdona. Call on O. P. Bush, Columbia, Ky., and tell.himiwhat you want, and he will make you prices within easy reach of all. Give him your order and you will be sure to get the best on the market. Do you wish Full StocK, Prices Right S5, While all merchants are having more or less trouble in finding Goods to keep their stocks up, we have been fortunate in that regard and are able to show almost complete stocks in all lines in our Ladies Coat and Suit Department. We are showing this week some very attractive Garments, also new things in Dresser and Skirts.' place, died near Greensburg on the 12th of this month. She was a lady highly respected and was eighty-on- e years old. She was born and reared in this county, and when quite a young woman was married to her deceased husband in Columbia Strayed. MONUMENT MANUFACTURER, JOE C SIMS, V. : J. Hughes 8? Sons Co. Incorporated - 2heiferu. One 2 years old. Dark red with sharp horns. One about 8 Lebanon, Ky. or 10 months old, pale red with white face. Will pay 85.00. Five dollars to the one that will put them up and let me know were at Glensfork about 1 4 weeks ago. J. L. Miller, Oreelsboro, E3y. Information Wanted My sou, Rollin . We have an immense stock of shoes suitable for the season, Dunlap and Eclipse shoes for men in newest lasts. Endicott Johnson's medium priced line, also good assortment of heavy work shoes for men and boys. Our stock of Ladies and Misses shoes embraces the desirable styles and at prices 25 less than city stores. per cent up-to-d- Some special bargains coats. in Men and Boys suits and Bed over- We still have nice assortment of Comforts and kets, with cotton at 30 to 50 cts and buyers offering a dollar a 'pound for wool you may look for very much higher piices on every thing made of these maleriajs. Louisville, Kentuckv. 'wholesaleMARKET. Burton,, when last heard from was near Cornland, 111. I want to know his whereabouts. W. B. Burton. Ail the singers of town are requested to be at the Baptist church, Wednesday night, after prayer meeting flgi Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog A HOME Loose Leaf Warehouse at Colum- bia Would Pay. Columbia is the best situated town is this tobacco section of Kentucky, for a loose leaf market. The expense of transportation to the railroad is no ar- gument against it. This has to be done as it is, in an unorganized way. If Columbia were the market as it is the center for this 1 great tobacco growing section, at home. transportation could be effected Get busy men, wake up, let's more cheaply and more systemat- have one next year. It will ically. The tobacco has to pay for make a more prosperous Santa its own transportation anyway, Claus for Columbia and Adair whether after it is sold or before county for Xmas 1918 it is sold. Nothing gives a town The following haa been received 'more "snap," snd puts and keeps from the State Secretary; "On be. more money in circulation than a half of the State War Work Council loose leaf tobacco warehouse. and our boys in "Khaki," 1 wish tov The farmers of this section and thank you for your splendid co operabringing victory to Kentucky county are selling their tobacco tion ingreat jn the Nation Wide Campaign for lack of thin needed facility for 835,000,000 to provide comfort and andv a standardized market at) morale for our soldiers. "-- home for much less than really worth and would easily bring with the competion that would come with a home market. The editor is a tobacco grower himself and has been in the tobacco business as a grower off an on for many years, and we know by experience that Adair county can increase the value of its tobacco crops annually, for the benefit of not only the farmer who grows it but for the benefit of every business interest in our county by having a market Born, to the wife of Carl A. Thorp, Saturday, Nov. 24th., a daughter Dorthy Yennetta. Mother and bady it is doing well. Sam Burdette bouglit of Frank Tolliver a pair of five year old mare mules lor 8530.00 which is a record price for this county. . The farmer who has sold his Hogs, Corn, Tobacco etc., at the long prices prevailing, should get busy and make big interest on his money by buying his "Store Goods" right now. You've heard this kind of talk before, but you will realize more fully the full force and effect of it as the war progresses. Cotton, wool and silk products are being sold for spring at prices very much higher than those now prevailing. When you get ready to buy come to the store that keeps the largest stocks, the best class of merchandise and at reasonable prices. You have the money ,we have the goods, lets do business.. French and Brittish reenforc ement are arriving in solid ranks. Tha forces are checked at the Eiave and wilt be beaten by Italy and Aus-tra-Ger- Russell & CO. the Allies. The new Mayor of Louisville sally indulging, to the gratifies E. E. Flemming; Jr.,. of Louisville ed you and do not continue to and son of the well known L. & N. thank you in personal letters, and his entire administration tion of Republican leaders, tlv Attorney has been killed in acharge take this from us now that we were placed in power by the fear that if the 1918 legislature in Flanders. He was First sergeant in Louisville ajad not "people" thevfamous'Trincess-Pat's regiment," Canada. The family enrollment campaign for Food Conservation,has closed with over 1100 signad pledge cards for Adair county. - JVIahy of our have been teachers. correspents are.or thatblessed old tie that still binds us , pedagags together that prompts the many cordial com- It may be munications and congratulations' extended the Ners underour inexperienced management and education education shall always But we do know that public senti School Gym Thursday night Nov." editorship. If we have not thank be first with the News, ment wherever we go is univer 129,1917. of daappreciate more than 'we can is organized of The Browns" & express all the good thipgs that by the Republican party organiz- CO. for the sole purpose of mak-in- e Kentucky bone dry, there you have said, and we shall do our ed as such. The good people'of to approximate the anticipa- Louisville, backed up by an al- will be more weeping and gnashbest tions of your appreciated en- most universal public sentiment ing of teetb.even before the next comiums. We want to say again out in the country, were not op- state election is reached. There that the columns of the paper are posed to, nor did they defeat are many things for the party open to the school teachers and democratic rule jn. Louisville. to face and settle before we contrustees and we want them to be The machine that was defeated front .the gloomy prospect of voluntary contributors and cor- by the people in Louisville was electing the Somerset Declaim-e- r respondents. The'lchool busi- aided and abettd "terribly" by Governer of Kentucky. the machine at Frankfort. This ness of Kentucky's her biggest may have helped to bring about business. The cause of public the wreck we are not right sure. Don't fail to be at the Hig