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Following are the names of the candidates to be voted for in the Primary Election, to be held ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT NUMBER ." I ' r"' - ""AS X ara r .?. i 33 MISSVERNABRYANT Largely Attended. HORRIBLE. Joined ihe Colors? vrv A1vr f ftnn X3n wYtn wm GiVtiw iVw, ,, w Last Sunday afternoon the court-T The funeral uj. air. xw. "CI - TA11 Q03 East SDriue street, this cltv. who house auditorum was crowded with OF KENTUCKY. AuRUst.3, 1918. 1 J1. "., whose death was recorded in xneiv iik friends, who met for the purpose of from a visit to Allie Mayes Admistratrix'l Baptist has just returned home is engaged in Democratic names certified to the .After Lug Illness, Patiently News, last week, drew to the bidding the young men who had been &c, Plaintiff Dothan, Ala., where she church, last Wednesday afternoon, all the dry goods business, gives an ac- County Court Cleric of Adair County, vs called to the army farewell. There-wer-e Bine. Calmly Meets. Mary Goode&c Defend- that immense edifice could seat and count of evidence she saw a few days Ky., for the office of Senator: thirty-thre- e in number, staliwart J ant many had to remain standing. young men who were willing to go to ago of Hun brutality. Miss Schaub . tierGtd. - WILLIAM PRESTON KIMBALL, By virture of a Judgment and Order The local Masonic Lodge was out said she was going from Dothan to of Lexington, Ky. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- the front, and to do $hir bit in and many members of Marion Montgomery, and while seated in the the unspeakable HuhS. dered at the July term, thereof, 1918, OLLIE M. JAMES, coach her attention was attracted by Patriotic speeches, mingled with' FUNERAL SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCH Ky. in the' above cause, I shall proceed to f There were short religious , services two Red Cross nurses constantly passoffer for sale at the Court-hous- e door good advice were made by Judge H". conducted by Pastor. O. P. Bush and ing through C. Baker, Judge W. W. Jones and llrl the coach . to secure ice. appropriate songs rendered, by tbe Republican names, certified to the in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- Barksdale Hamlett. Judge Herriford, The death of the subject of this choir. A solo, "Will There be Any Her interest being aroused, she inquir- County Court Clerk: of Adair County, der, at Public Auction, on Monday a member of the board, as is his cusix xnotice, which occurred last Friday ed of the nurse whether any one was the 5th day of Aug., 1918, at one Stars in My Crown," a favorjte of the seriously ill on the train, when the Ky., far the office of Senator: .' jcomiugr at 10 o'clock, was not a o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being tom, gave the young men some good deceased, .was touchingly sung by nurse replied she. could better show 'B. JrBETHURUM, -- she had.Jben la a serious County Court), upon a credit of six advice. Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett. . of Somerset, Ky. her than tell her. Miss Schaub acAt the close of the addresses tha Mnditionior several weeks. She was months the following described propWhen services at the church, closed cepted young soldiers marched to the hotel the Invitation and went to the the oldest daughter of- Mr. Walker the Knights Templar took charge and BEN L. BRUNER, erty, towit: Three certain tracts of Monday-mornTn- g at 4 o'clock they" Bryant, arid had she lived until next the procession moved to the cemetery. rear of the train, when to her horror of Louisville. Ky. land lying in Adair county, near the and she saw two Red Cross nurses lying on left for" Fort Thomas, near Cincinnati. nine- Here November she would have been town of Casey, and bounded and de the beautiful and impressive names of the entire party teen years" old. Her mother died ceremony ot that order was given by cots with their eyes gouged out and Greatest Year in Oil Industry. scribed as ioiiows: Jnrst tract on The their tongues split from the tip back, years ago. About six which the residence of James R. Sir Knight John Bubel, who acted as Alvin R. Gaskln, Jas H. Garner, The year 1917 was the greatest of all Mayes, dee'd is situated. Beginning The deceased was born in Adair the Prelate, assisted in responses by to the root. She was told by the attending years in the history of the great oil inJas. T. Hardwick, Loren Grant, Wm. county and mostly reared in Columbia others. at a stake in the county road (the R. nurses that the two women were Walker, Ben A. Murrell, Toy B. where', she received her education." The ceremony was so touching American girls, one residing in Mis dustry, from the standpoint of earn- road that runs in front of the resi- Coomer, Bradley Powell, M. C. White, ings and profits to oil companies. This dence) and corner to A. P. Scott, She was a very intelligent young lady many were moved to tears. As a pa A. G. McCaffree, O. B. PulUam, O. E. and possessed fine business quallfica- - thetic speaker Sir Knight Rubel has souri and the other in Maryland, and fact is quite generally conceded. thence with said Scott's line and fence tkfes She was appointed, by the gov- no superior, and it was so fitting that that they had been at the front in The consensus of opinion of the best N"53i, W 554 feet to the corner of Allison, J. T. Harvey, Elmer Burreaa, ernment, clerk-- of the local board of he should lead in the ceremonies, as the capacity of Red Cross nurses. informed men in the industry is that fence, thence N 71$ W 86 feet to the Mont Pollard, J. M. Lewis, A. S. examiners this' place, and filled the he was one of Mr. Paull's best friends. They said tne two women were cap- the present year 1918, will be even a center of the county road on the hill, Allison, Arthur Bennett, A. A. Hollar by Germans, and later reday, H. E. R. L. position most acceptably until failing There were many handsome floral tured in the condition the New Al- greater year for the industry in other thence with the same it being the Mings, W. Patton, Willie Smith BT. leased the E. Curry, Claud Lewis, industry is even now line N 12i E 250 feet, thence N 20 E words, that the healthrforced her to resign. designs, and when friends withdrew .Harden, C.J. Dulworth, Horace: She was educated at the Lindsey- - the mound was covered with fragrant bany woman saw them The ice was enjoying the period of its greatest 309 feet to cluster of six chestnuts used, stated Miss Schaub, to make prosperity. Cundlff, Almon Ford, T. A. Judd, Wv County High blossoms. Wilson and the Adair sprouts corner to S. S. Goode, thence packs for the-- tongues. She- said she Records of hundreds of companies, with his line S 50 E 608 feet to a Black R. Reynolds, A. C. Wolford, Thos ""School. Being a close student, she never saw a more horrible sight in her whose'reports have been made public, advanced rapidly, and it was a source Masonic Resolutions. Jack corner to aaid Goode, thence 56 Barnett, John D. Weathingtoo. life. She said that the only signs are irrefutable testamony of the money E 92 poles to jnuch worry when she had to quit . the center of the county ; school-room- , that the two women were living were that was made in the oil business in road (that runs in,front of the resiPublic Sale. Whereas, That an and lov? the breathing and the occasional wave 1917. About five years ago she embraced dence) the Casey Creek and Knifley Jreligfon. united' with the Baptist ing God has seen fit to remove from of the hand. In answer to the quesx But, in the first four months of 1918, road thence with said road and the On Saturday July 27, 1918, ab my Church, and was a regular attendant Columbia Lodge, No. 96, Free and Ac- tion whether the women were other price3 for crude oil at the wells were center thereof S 221 W 179 feet, thence upon all services and also the Sunday- - cepted Masons, and from the busy wise injured, she replied emphatically advanced in a large number of the oil S 5i E (passing to the dwelling house home one mile west of Gadberry, JL bid! sejhool, and she will be greatly missed walks of man, our beloved brother, E. that tney were. Miss Schaub was fieldsof the United States, until now at 80 feet) whole length of line 282 will offer for sale to the highest f rbmiierew in the Church and also F. Paull, who was a zealous member, further told by the nurses that wom- in almost every field, prices for the feet to the beginning containing 7 der: 1 horse 10 years old. devoted to the principles of the insti- en and children falling into the hands crude product are higher than ever and from her Sunday-schoo- l class. acres. The second tract known 1 mare and colt. of the Huns were tortured and out- before. ' She wasS victim of pulmonary tutions, and who was a regular atas the "Blacksmith shop lot" bounded trouble, a malady incurable, but ev- tendant at the meetings when in raged, and that the sights prevailing With prices at these high levels as follows: Beginning at a atone, by 1 Jersey cow and calf. u 1 soir and eight shoats. over there could not be described. and with an abnormal demand for oil, the side of the street of erything that physicians and friends health, therefore, be it the village of 1 2i farm wagon. Resolved, 1st. That in the removal The lpiQJdips were landed with the consensus of opinion that, the Casey's Creek (the Casey's Creek and could do to prolong her life was done. 1 Spring wagon. ago she went to Okla- or Bro. Paull Columbia Lodge has their a,Uda"nJti5it Key West, Fla , present year is the present year is the Knifley road) thence South with G. Some months Farming tools and household and homa, hoping to gain strength, but lost one of its most faithful members several'days'Sg'and were being ta- best of all years for the oil industry, W. Chelf'a line 76 feet to a stone, one that will be. sadly missed from ken to a hospital at Washington, D. that companies will prosper and that thence East 24 feet to a stone, thence kitchen furniture Sale to begin at 9 she gradually grew weaker, her fathC stockholedrs will be richly rewarded, N 76 feet to a stone, thence west 24 o'clock, our terms made known on day er going to that State and accom- our future convocations. Rollin Johnson. 2nd. That we tender our heartfelt seems to be well founded Oil Field feet to the beginning containing 1824 of sale. panying her home. 38-CONDITION Events. Besides her father she leaves a step sympathy to the widow in this the REPORT OFTHE square feet and is the same on which mother, four sisters and two brothers. most sorrowful hour that ever came blacksmith shop is situated, The THE-OF .Sunday Services. This community joins The News in into her life, and commend her to the Death of An Old Lady. third tract ad joins'thclast named and extending heartfelt sompathy to "the God'of Love for consolation.. He will Is bounded as follows, viz : Beginning never forsake the faithful those who BANK OF COLUMBIA .surviving members of the family Eld. Lawrence Williams, of Belton, at a stone near a blacksmith shop, Mrs Mattie Blair, who was the The funeral services were held in kneel at His footstool for grace and Texas, is visiting his father. E!d Z thence with J. R. Mayes' line (line of widow of James Blair, died near Glen-vll- le the Baptist church Saturday after- comfort. It is hard to understand Doing Business at Town of Colum- T. Williams, and other relatives. Hg the last above named tract) S 42 E 12 the fhst of last week. She vas noon at 2 o'clock, conducted by her why one so useful, so much needed, bia, County o'f Adair, State of preached an interesting discourse to a and i rods to a stone, thence S 48 W 4 seventy-siyears old and had been a pastor, Rev. O. P. Bush, .who paid a should be taken, but we should repoles & 7 links to a stone, thence 42 paralytic for a number of years. large congregation Sunday night. Kentucky, She high tribute to her life and character. member that God's ways are His At W 12 rods to a stone on the south was a member of the United Brethren the Close of Business on the Eld. W. K. Azbill greeted a large side of the pike, thence N 48 E 4 There were many friends present. At ways and reverently submit, keeping Church. The interment was in the. congregation at the Christian church poles our eyes on the Star of Bethlehem, 25th Day of June, 1918. and 7 links to the beginning. I Helm graveyard. the conclusion of the services all that Jast Sunday forenoon. He is now pas- will.offer the secondhand third tracts was mortal of this splendid young and be ready when we, too, are called. resources. Cleveland, Ohio 3rd. That we as Master Masons re- Loans and Discounts 223 743 81 tor of a church in girl was laid to rest by the side of her separately and will then offer them Judge Rollin Hurt. is 3 835 46 His ability as a theologian turn our grateful thanks to members Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured mother in the city cemetery. together, and will accept the bid or 33 763 11 Stock. Bonds and other Securities here, and his discourses, when bids of Marion Commandary for that bring the most money. For At the patriotic meeting to be held 119 053 82 The floral offerings were many and the funeral and conducting attending Due from Bans on a visit, are highly appreciated the cere- Cash on hand 11 815 S2 the purchase price, the purchaser, at Smith's Chapel (Ganberry) th beautiful. monies at the grave. They came from Checks and other cash . .Rev. B. T. Watson filled his regular with approved surety or securities, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock;. Campbellsvill6 and Lebanon, distances 722 61 .... Items appointments at the Presbyterian must execute Bond, bearing legal in- third 21, Sunday-SchoJuly Banking house. Furniture and the above named gentleman Tribute. twenty and forty miles to pay their 2000 00 church, preaching in his usual and terest from the day of sale until paid, and others will speak. fixtures Everybody last respects to a Sir Knight they interesting manner. and having the force and eflect of a cordially invited. 396 965 63 held in the highest esteem as a citi- Total. Judgment. Bidders will be prepared over our Sunday- - zen and a zealous Mason. LIABILITIES. Mr. . R. Miller, who came out from to comply promptly with these terms. L ,s pu- Kay morning, the 4th. That a page on the record book Capital stock paid in, ia For Sale. Louisville last week, in a feeble conW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. aamwnarxTH it Miss Yerna Bryant, of this lodge be dedicated to the mem $30 000 00 W7$rjiR.ia. "t cash . "WJ.. dition, has improved very perceptibly 40 000 00 Surplus. Fund whowes very punctual until illness ory of oui deceased brother. since his arrival. He eats heartily Ohio River Salt, 7 bushel bare- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. prostrated her, ending in death. The 5th. That a copy of this preamble Undivided Profits, less exHe has been down penses and taxes paid 5 142 66 and sleeps well. rels, $4.85 per barrel. came Friday morning and resolutions be- - spread upon the Deposits subject to check dissolution 320 922 01 in the business part of town every day 37-t- f. "at, 10 o'clock, and in her passing the record, and also a copy sent to the Reserve for taxes 90101 since he came. voting & Hutchison. Monday, in company ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT - Total school lost a popular and very faith- widow of the deceased. 391965 63 with his nephew, G. R. Reed, he went OF KENTUCKY. ful member. The school is in the r . STATE OP KENTUCKY, J. R. Garnett, Lost. A red knitted Scarf. to the home of another nephew, Mr, CharleslHedges &c , Plf. L oct Co unty op Adair, deepest sympathy with the parents -5Geo. McMahan, To al. Reed, who lives on his farm will return to me. 5VS "We. W. 3V. Jones and Jno. W. Flowers. Presi) !'& and her brothers and sisters. J. E. Murrell. Mrs. W. R. Myera. Before he left Hiley Webb &c, Deft. dent and Cashier of the above named Ban, do near Green river. Eesolved, That in her departure we By virture of a Judgment and Orsolemnly swear that the above statement is George, said he would endeavor to Committee. have sustained a loss that will take true to the best of our knowledge and belief. der of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, catch some fish during his absence. W. W. Owens, a stock W. W. Jones. President time to eradicate. rendered at the July Term, thereof, dealer, of Longstreet, Russell county, Church Resolutions. Jno. W. Flowers. 'Cashier we tender to those who 2nd. That Soldiers' meeting at their grounds 1918, in the above cause, I shall pro- delivered to Bennett & Grasham, this Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th have lost, a dutiful daughter and at Weed. The old soldiers will hold ceed to offer for sale at the Court- place, last Thursday, seventy-f- f ve head day of July,. 1918. loving sister, our heartfelt sympathy, their annual meeting on the 7th- - and house door in Columbia, Ky , to the of sheep and ten head of cattleV a. The hand of Providence having reJoe S Knifley. N. P. A. admonishing the young to emulate 8th of August, 1918. Every soldier of highest bidder, at Public Auction, on mixed lot. He got 14 cents for his? Expires, Mcb. 8, 1920. moved our beloved brother, R. F. her character, looking for the meet- Paull from the scene of his temporal every war now living is very cordially Monday the 5th day of Aug., 1918, at sheep and from 7 to 10 cents for hisi ing that will come to the faithful. invited to be presents The preachers one o'clock p m., or thereabout (be- cattle. labors, the Members of his Church Married In Kansas 3rd That a copy of these resolutions are Bey. T. M Pardue and Rev. Gran- ing County Court), 'upon a credit of being desirlous of testifying their . re be sent to the family and also that spect ville Jaggers. Come and bring your six months, the following described for his memory and expressingUnder a ruling--, lately adopted by Miss Onedia Kash, who is a sister of they be entered upon the record book dinner and enjoy the good preaching property, t: A certain tract of the government, each family is allowearnest and affectionate sympa- Mrs A. D. Patteson, was recentfy of the school and a copy sent to The their thy with the household deprived, by married In Cherry vale, Kans., to Mr. and singing and talks from the old land lying in Adair county, Ky., on ed 12 pounds of flour per month for Adair County News for publication. T. G Coffey, Chm. boys. the waters of Russell Creek, about 3 each member.; It also Includes tenthis dispensation, of Its earthly head- - A. The bride will be Mrs. L. L. Eubank, miles West of Columbia, Ky., and ants and work hands upon the premibe it therefore: remembered by a number of the young Miss Georgia Faulkner, Dog owners should bear in mind containing 94 acres more or Ies3. ses Heretofore, it was six pounds to Eesolved; That we tenderly condole people of Columbia, as she visited Miss Mamie Smith, with the family of our deceased broth- here, while her. sister, Mrs. Patteson, that the new law for assessing dogs It adjoins the lands of G A. Brock-ma- n the member. Committee. and William Todd and is er in their hour of trial and affliction, was a resident of this place. Her is now in fdrce and that failure to and devoutly commend them to the friends here send greetings. - The comply with its requirements entails a part of what is known as the Rev. J. M. Harris, the colored mini keeping of Him who looks with a pity- groom is a prominent business man, a a fine of $100 and Imprisonment for old Matthew Walkup home farm, and ister, who was recently in Columbia, tara ot mantis. l: three months. The ownership-- of a Hedger by Mas- requests us to state ing eye upon the widowed. Kt gentleman who stauds high with the dog also includes the harboring of the conveyed to Clarence that he will rei' Commissioner of Adair Circuit turn and preach in ithe court-houster Kesolved; That we deeply people of Cherryvaie. while We desire to return our heartfelt animal or the permission to remain Court. For more complete descripand grateful thanks to the many who sympathize with those who are bound Watch your tion reference Is made to the Judg Sunday the 21st and Monday the 22nd about one's premises. KZ of this month. upon our daughter and sis to our departed Brother by the- - near- -- Attentlonjs called to the profession- steps and do not get caught. attended ment, pleadings and order of sale long illness, ending in est and dearest ties, we share with al card of Dr. Elam Harris, Campbells-vlllter during her For the purchase price, the purchaser, Rev. R. V. Bennett, Principal of who has one of the best furnishin that .'death. Friends in time of distress them the hope of a Realizing that oratory alone will with approved surety or securities, Lindsey-Wilso- n School, will preach axe the ones to be appreciated, and we better world where there are no more ed offices in this part of Kentucky. Bond, bearing legal In win the war, they are sending 'Jawlil ever remember the faithfulness partings, and bliss ineffable forbids all He is skilled in. the profession and is notspeakers who add to the glamour of must execute day of sale until paid, for Rev. Watson at Union church, terest from the next Sunday at 11 a. m. CordiaJ welenjoying, a fine practice He is an us u,M&d. tender care of the many who kept tears mes- and having the force and effect of a d their eloquence, a come to every body to hear this splenEesolve; That the preamble and elegant gentleman and dispatches sage of .. yJfel at the bedside and tenderly pre- the service each of us can and Judgment. Bidders will be prepared did exponent of the Gospel. work rapidly and accurately. He forea tne remans ior tne grave. resolutions now be transmitted must perform toward winning the to comply promptly with these terms. 'Walker Bryant for the family. family of the deceased, as a token of merly had an office at Russell Springs war. Columbia Wednesday, July 31st. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. their respect and veneration for the and when he returns to that place About one hundred young men were Christian character of Our Brother work is crowded upon him so fact, he examined by the local board last week, 1C9VM misent Burkesvllle Man Dead. The Adair County Teachers' Insti- for army service. Fifty passed, and Read the program for the Chautaugone to rest, and of the interest felt does not .have time to make Is visits. qua, published on the second page of tute will begin Monday, the 29th of thirty-thre- e left Monday mornings Mr. W. F. Alexander, who was one by his Church in those he loved. Every teacher in the Done by Order of Church. See the program of the Chautauqua this, paper. The date for the opening this month. tbe most prominent citizens of Their uames are published elsewhere- 31st-daof county is required Co attend all the rkesvllle, died last Monday night. on another page of this paper for more will be Wednesday, tha days "unless excused on account' of , . .July? . . ? complete information. . Seath is a serious loss to Cumber- - "Richardson & Gofr have purchased i. Darnell Broswill sing- at Cane Yalr sickness An.able instructor has been Jlp6.0unty and brought sorrow to large oil drilling machine whicfi;wi'lr Sunday afternoon:., Everj Married men in the 4th class aro .n --JThe school per 'capita .for; .the , year employed and the session promises to ley next ' lioiBes, lie was about sixty-yr- s arrive in a few days;. -- It is a machine C- body invited. " , ' be ofgreat ihterestitqHhe teachers. . ' V: ,; be called at once. ;is;?5.25. . old. will drfrt deep wells. t"" I .v--- i I j- - -- I sur-pressi- ng Com-mander- y. . sur-pme- as - fol-lo- wf - , All-wi- se 2-- 5 2t -- x well-know- n -- ol S3p?r G-- rffi.- ' t I That-finde- r well-know- n - - to-wi- -- -- . - -- - e, e, re-uni- -- hard-heade- to-th- e 1 "'' 1K ym -- -- y '- - - . . - ., - - that '& .& r- ..-.-rtS- ! It . . , -,- - F- - i- V - -- 3. . i . :v s t v a- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - WhatThisYear's & && fe w auouaflasToOffe Never has a Chautauqua program been so vitally American as that which is offered for this year. Never has one been so varied, so intense in interestvso cleverly adjusted as to mix real learning with the most pleasant of entertainment. There is a real treat in store for Chautauqua goers. Just cast your eye on the program and dare yourself to .stay away! TTTffiEP Adair County News Will Furnish You all kinds of Job Work on short notice.. We use the beii material and our work is clean and up-to-d- in workmanship. Send us your order for'Note Heads, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, State ments and Envelopes, Printing Line. in fact anything in the Get prices on Catalogue Work. Adair County News Columbia, Ky. 6fre&tm FIRST DAY Afternoon Opening Concert. Evening Musical Prelude War Lecture, "Potsdamnation' Afternoon SECOND DAY I Original Strollers Quartette ..Original Strollers Quartette .Alexander Cairns lgl Jan. 1st. is 88,500. 1919. 444Q"644"fr FOR SALE By The price of this i arm ?eMence Phone 13 B Business Phoe It . 3 4 rr 190 Acres one mile from Columbia between Jamestown and Somerset roads, good orchard, limestone soil, soft'water, one third in timber, fairly A.cres, three miles, from Colum-SaC03 level, 30 acres bottom, brick residence, on upper Greensburg road, new barn, fairly good fencing. Price mtle from school, good peach orchard, ?ijacd-ol- l and level land, well watered, 87,000. house, JUxiares timber, good A farm of 42 acres, three miles from ibtxn "33x40 feet, good fencing, 15 acres Columbia, for 8906. This nice little ?Ia grass. Price 82,750. Easy terms. farm is on the Greensburg pikt, good limestone soil, close to school and The best bargain yet offered in church, nice residence and good barn. Adair county land. 75 acres 3 miles This is a bargain and can be paid for rotn Columbia, on new Stanford pike, out of one crop of tobacco. ;300 yards from school house, 1 mile Four acres in town of Columbia, ,2ft?mpostoffice, store and blacksmith seven room, modern residence, good finest water on earth, good cellar' splendid fencing, two good limestone soil, 20 acres timber, barns. Price $2,800. jd six room dwelling house, and We have listed many other good, One-hal- f cash, ba- propositions in both farms and town ilees one and two years. This farm proporty. C. G. JEFFRIES REALTY CO. ux.5e bought for 83,500. The3effries Realty Company. DR. Jffice. J. fi MURRELL BTd'g a, DENTIST -- Front rooms in Jeffries up Stairs. five-roo- Columbia, To - Kentucky of Adair County the Tax-Paye- rs Misses Elizabeth Viol and Margaret Ringgold Lecture, "Tallow Dips" .Robert Parker Miles Evening Dramatic Musical Play Reading Fourteen Changes of Costume Hettie Jane Dunaway, assisted by the Misses Viol and Ringgold THIRD DAY Afternoon Grand Concert. Mozart Orchestral Ladies Evening Musical Prelude Mozart Orchestral Ladies Lecture, "Community Efficiency" James S. Knox FOURTH DAY Afternoon Band Concert Royal Blue Hussars Band With Miss Eva Quintard, Soloist. Evening .Royal Blue Hussars Band with Miss Quintard Grand Double Concert FIFTH DAY Afternoon Musical Entertainment Hann's Jubilee Singers War Lecture, "Scenes at the Front". ...Geo. P. Bible Evening Hann's Jubilee Singers Grand Closing Entertainment George P. Bible Lecturette, "Carry On" In addition to the above program, special work for the boys and girls has been arranged, with games, stories, parade and pageant. This Junior Chautauqua comes every morning at 9 o'clock beginning the second day. Artists Recital or-cfir- d, town of Columbia, modern dwelling, good barn iroom, itmd other buildings, good water, house for electric lights, on best street .a Columbia. $1,000, cash. f cash, for $3,500, tth& l'ance in one and two years "Ibis 1 Arm Is located in Russell county czlles from Jamestown, the County tsez.t. Good house and good fencing j25 acres in timber, 55 acres in fine balance in fine state of cultivation. Two miles from Russell Springs. i Acre lot in W. 133 Acres one-hal- At the 1918 session of the General Assembly of Kentucky the new tax law was passed abolishing the office of County Assessor and creating the office of County Tax Commissioner. The new law says it shall be the duty of the tax payers of the county to appear at the office of the County Tax Kentucky. Commissioner from July 1st to OctoColumbia, ber 31st, inclusive, and to furnish said County Tax Commissioner a list of their property of all kinds and descriptions that said Commissioner is required to assess under law. My office will be open every day except SunCOBTJRGr, KY. day. I kindly ask the tax payers of Is prepared to do all kinds of Re Adair county to appear at my office as pairing on Ford Cars. Tubes, early as possible and give me their list. L. H. Jones, Tires, &c, kept on hand. County Tax Commissioner. 36 tf. Get Your Season TicKet of the Local Committee' SKSt-SiT- n . $ m -- ife?" H. JONES ft Si V mms&mi Royal Blue Hussars Band B$ Vulcanizing a Specialty. Attention! 33 Acres for 22,200. 00. This is one of fche best small farms in Adair county, - mile from two churchs and school. 15 acres timber, good orchard, fertile Veterinary Surgeon and Deniist soil, good water, level land, 8 room residence barn 32x48, good fencing, Special attention given Diseases of all ulve DM'.es from Columbia, on James- Domestic Animals .town Pike. acres, seven miles "FOll SALE Columbia, good roads, i mile tlcorc 2rcm church and school, 120 acres file&r4, 40 acres timber, 15 acres fine obottos:. Good dwelling house, good itenzub house, two good barns and fencing. This farm can be Staaghb for $50 par acre, one third cash bi!auce in one and two years. 160 -ex-ralle- :it ud day, July 21, there will be held a group Woman's Missionary Meeting. All Auxiliaries in the group send delegates, and churches where there are no Auxiliaries or Societies are included. Breeding, Gradyville, Pleasant Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Ridge, Pickett's Chapel, Summer Shade, Maple Kill, Hogard Chapel, Jamestown road. Clear Spring, Tabor and Glensfork. Mrs. S. G. Shelley, Phone 114 G. District Secretary. L,. H. Jones In Columbia Methodist Church all The Chautauqua Offers Unusual Musical At fractions -- ri.'sssr Music lovers ?4 Columbia, Ky. To Stone Cement Contractors. SEtfcKi&X$g'- .w- are destined to a series of en- - spleadid little farm of 79 acre3 rom Columbia for 82,000. DENTIST "This farm has on it a good house and Any con&3.rn and 14 acres of timber, all well Am permanently located in Coj one mile below Columbia bidding on this tractor interested in 1 fenced. The place is J mile from post lumbia. work call on Farmers Mill Co., AijfriCii. church and school. Columbia, K. A. HENRY W. DEPP, chantments when the Chautauqua opens. Here are but a few of the harmony offerings of the week. Castellucci brings his wonderful Royal Blue Hussars Band a band that IS a band and that makes the blood tingle with its marches, and the heart throb with its melodies. Miss Eva Quintard, grand opera star, brightens the program singing famous airs to band accompaniment. sSee. miles let a contract for the construction of a stone and concrete dam, 85 feet long by 12 feet high across Russell's creek We will, as soon as practicable, s?:- Mozart Orchestral Ladies ."i ?' AT S10.000. f r2G Acres, two and miles rom 'Columbia, near Campbelisville pike, good orchard, 50 acres timber, "B&KGATN one-hal- All Classes of Dental work done. Crow 32-t- f. die and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office: For Sale. One Fairbanks-Mors- e, 6 H. P. Engine, Horizontal. In "first-clas- s condition. A bargain. Also one four horse power, upright r.S' 'f.l' i'& v .v. it. 7 r vt ,' their beautiful costume numbers. Not only is their ensemble perfect, but their rendition of specialties, including some wonderful whistling solos, is exceedingly charming. The Mozart Orchestral Ladies enchant with goafi residence, excellent fencing, 65 acres good grass, 65 acres in clover, limestone oll. This land is uniformly level and tractor can be used on every oot of the farm. This is the j&esfc bargain at $10,000 in Kentucky. nextdoor to post office. WELL DRILLER See me be i : EDgine. Hann's Jubilee Singers carry you back to the fields of cotton, singing old southern melodies as only real darkies can sing them and adding touches of grand opera that are sublime. And the Strollers Quartette, with a vocal program, produce real and instrumental , harmony. These are but a small part of what the Chautauqua has to offer to thelover of music i&em in two years at the present fore aancan 'FOR SAIiE at BARGAINS A buy these Farms and Pay for adjoining counties. I will drill wells in Adair and I Apply at News Office, contracting. Latest im- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep prices of tobacco. proved machinery of all kinds. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes acd. '250 Acres on new pike now under Repairing Done. Givt two hearses. We keep extra large Pump oasbruction, one mile from church, one-ha- lf keep on hands a full stock of ry'Vr. m ....' Hann's Jubilee Sincjeiv 8T" miles from Columbia, me slfmestone soil, good water, 100 acres Ik timber, 60 acres fine bottom land, good houses, two tenant houses, tZw barns, good fencing, p 333933104 -- air id -- a Call. rn J. C. YATES caskets. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office phone 168." J. F. Tflplett, , Oeltunbia, Ky. 45-lyr GoiYoui' Season Ticlcei Foi'-tho Chautauqua --. ArlVifc. - ?- -- rJE.? joaw 'Itf '. v ;r -t , 8ADXIR1C0UNTY NEWS 2Et3 3? . - . .- -, tfegro Musicians. to Bring Char,m of South in Song and Melody Lecturer Has Known Many of Earth's Greatest Swallows Fight for Farmers They Are the light Cavalry of the Bird Army "The army of the birds" Is a familiar phrase, yet the picture it paints in .most minds Is, perhaps, an army on the march rather than an army in combat; the birds in annual migration from zone to zone rather than the birds on dally duty from field to field. The latter and more accurate Idea comes only when special branches of the service are pointed out when, for instance, a bird experts says, "The swallows are the light cavalry of the army of birds, ever on the move, always on the skirmish line, foraging the fields of air, constantly on the alert to cut off stragglers from Insect camps and missing no .opportunity to destroy these enemies of the farmer." The phrases quoted are used In the opening paragraph of a bulletin issued by the United States department of agriculture. It is entitled, "Food Habits of the Swallows, a Family of Valuable Native Birds." It Is the last work done by one of the greatest economic ornithologists the world has produced, Prof. F. E. L. Beal, for 25 years an assistant in the bureau of biological survey, and whose death occurred October 1, 1916. The bulletin deals with the seven species of swallow that are of wide distribution in the United States, the Purple Martin, the Cliff swallow, the Barn swallow, the Tree swallow, the Violet-Gree- n swallow, the Bank swallow d swallow. The food habits of all the species are, of and. the course, similar, but they vary in certain more or less important details. It is shown, for fnstance, that while the other six species eat practically no vegetable food except such as is incidentally taken with insect food, the Tree swallow occasionally makes a full meal of berries or seeds. It is definitely shown, however, thnt no swallow consumes any vegetable food that is of use to man, only worthless forms of wild berries and seeds being taken. And even this forms suh a small part of the total diet as to be negligible. Except for the Tree swallow, the vegetable element will not average one-haof 1 per cent of the total diet. With few exceptions, the insects eaten by swallows are injurious. Since swallows take their food on the wing, it follows that they must feed upon flying insects, and, for the most part, predacious beetles and other beneficial forms escape. The biggest single item in the swallow diet is Diptera, the order of Insects to which belong flies, gnats and mosquitoes. This item constitutes nearly 27 per cent of the total when averaged for the seven species. The next largest item is Hemiptera, the order of insects including the chinch bug, plant lice and the like. It is shown that, of the beetles eaten, a large part is made up of weevils, including the cotton boll weevil the clover weevil, the strawberry weevil, the alfalfa weevil, which is a re- cently imported pest, and other highly destructive weevils. are sho.wn to. be 0n th? Jhole the hSwf, beneficial bird family deserving of all the encouragement and protection that can be Rough-Wingelf ground-frequentin- g E&$ '' B Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs, WBliam Eversole, of HazeJ Patch, Ky. Read what 8 j . she vrites: "I had a general breaking-dow- a of my health. Twasitj bed for weeks, unable K get up. I had such s. : HANN'S JUBILEE SINGERS Picture a field of cotton at the close ent day vogue. Above all, you will of day, the darkies crooning their respond to the plaintive appeal of quaint melodies before the cabin door, those distinctly southern songs, like and you have a faint idea of the mem- "Suwanee River," with its whining of canebreaks. "" ories that will be stirred by Hann's the winds among the the beauties You B th "" k of will find solace in Jubilee Singers during Chautauqua "Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny" or This yearTe has added to the great week. the tender pathos of "Ole Black Joe," characters who have had places in his Or, if visions of the South before rendered only as real darkies can ren- Chautauqua lectures in the past, the the war have no romantic lure for you, der them. portrayal of great men who have been do your feet find it difficult to behave Each member of this talented col developed by the world war promi when you hear the quaint syncopation ored troupe is a college graduate and nent Americans and others who are of the native negro music, with the a thorough musician, ihey have bewinning lire great struggle. tinge of barbarism of their original come great favorites with ChautauAfrican forefathers in its weird qua audiences. He Brings a Message T. Emerson Brooks of New York rhythm? Do you respond to the pulssays of the leader, and his wonderful ing beat of jazz? From Shell-Tor- n Europe If so, there's joy waiting for you bass voice: "Mr. W. A. Hann, basso, Gamble with a sable when Hann and his seven talented is another Ernest negro singers send forth their har- skin." mony at the Chautauqua. In addition to the group numbers For they will sisg all grades of en which the chief fame of this troupe music from the classic heights of the rests, there are special features by most difficult scores of grand opera, Mme. Florence Cole Talbert, soprano, to the more popular melodies of pres and W. P. Talbert, cellist. ROBERT PARKER MILES Few men get to be on intimate terms with even one of the great men of the world. Robert Parker Miles has known many of them. It was Gladstone, the great British statesman, who said to him, "Mr. Miles, you will go down in history as a contented man, a contented man." That Was in response to a remark of this great lecturer and world traveler to the effect that he was now content, having intimately conversed with so great a man as Gladstone. Others whom he knew on his trips around the world were kings, popes, ministers, authors, statesmen. And he has a charming tale to tell a "tallow dip" of each. Indeed, his lecture, "Tallow Dips," is almost a Chautauqua classic, pre- senting intimate pictures of such great and famous men as Pope Leo XIII, L4jii. weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were. very severe. A Mem? to i me 1 had tried evenr-- th lg else, why 2c? I did, sb3 Cardui? soon saw it was helping ... me After 12 botileSv I am strong and well.?' TAKEl ii The Woman's irnzg-Do ycu feel weai.ofe-z- y, worn-ou- t? ..", ' j3113 Is. jcitrr nts given. lack of good health caused from any of the coni.-plai- m Pitcher Jack COOlTlbS Is tO Retire This Year To Look After Business Interests. t Jack Coombs announces that this will be his last year in baseball. At POULTRY DON'TS allow j TSHV WILL DEVELOP COMMUNITY EFFICIENCY Produces a Whole Drama; Taking i3v T All the Parts '"?''MJB? w X UTirK.lA mWSSSm xntQwn. J'sa- 3mm&. '' V.. - .xSWw3iESs 4.. v-- Xi. 4f JAMES S. KNOX How efficient is your community? And "whose fault is it? How much blame for lack of fulfillment of your community dreams rests with the kiclccrs Come to Chautauqua and hear James S. Knox, "the verbal volcano," talk about these things. Mr. Knox is head of the Knox School of Salesmanship. He "has made a careful study of community problems, knows more about them than any other one man in America. And he knows how to say what he thinks fearlessly and without bias. He is afraid neither to praise nor to criticise, and makes a careful survey of local community problems in advance of his lecture, so that he brings his remarks HETTIE JANE DUNAWAY to bear directly on the home town problems Have you longed for. some - one to .. Wherever desired, he will conduct a , ----- ,- . :io , thirty-minuconference for business men. ness of "Just Plain Judyp as told hi Hettie Jane Dunaway's adaptation GRAND OPERA STAR from the popular novel and stage sue ' cess, "Daddy Long Legs," one of the WITH FAMOUS BAND 'biggest metropolitan hits of the past te -- - ! decade. f '':. " JHBHMIIB at the Chautauqua, she will impersonate all the characters necessary to the her personality into that of pitiful lit tle Judy and made that character live and breathe for her audience, but in her presentation of this little playlet Not only has Miss Dunaway sunk 4iHBoBBrSMEv "B I MISS EVA QUINTARD Miss Eva Quintard is the grand epera star specially engaged as the goloist "with the Royal Hussars Band, 'ae of the strong attractions with this year's Chautauqua program. production of this gripping drama. it is a teat that would stagger the average actress, for few indeed would find it possible to present the single role of Judy in an acceptable manner. But Miss Dunaway's success has been achieved by the accomplishment of the impossible, and her triumnh in "Just Plain Judy" is no surprise to Liiuau who nave miuwu hci smiling work in the past. Her artistry is magnificent, her character delineation so fine that the story becomes real one forgets that she. is acting the stage creatures become living, breathing people in a living, breathing world. Her tears are real tears, and her laughter real laughter. And the audience weeps and laughs with her, and smiles happily as the untangled web discloses the beautiful prospects ahead for the quaint heroine at the close of the tale. The beauty of Miss Dunaway's work is greatly enhanced by the striking musical settings provided by Miss Elizabeth Viol, violinist, and Miss Margaret Ringgold, pianist. Altogether, it provides a most un usual program." And one that .'?rijl never be forgotten by its auditors. cayed flesh of any kind unless you least he declares it to be Jiis last year want them to get down with limber-nec- k as an' active player and perhaps nothand have many of them die from 8 ing short of a managerial job will the effect of it. tempt him to remain. Don't allow filth and dampness to Colby Jack's contract with the abound in "and around your poultry Brooklyn club expires this year, which roup and ; is the reason he is making the an- roosting house It will cause its various attending ills. nouncement. He feels that he has Don't let the mites and lice get the upper hand about your place and helped her. Try Cardab. vST?.. v. J yv cause you untold trouble and loss of both old and young stock. Don't be afraid to give your fowls Afl an abundance of green stuff at all seasons and all times; It is their salvation, whether they are old or young. Don't be afraid to invest a few dollars in good stock any more than you would in improved seeds and grain to insure success. Don't keep any males with the feGo t o Church Time?-males unless you intend hatching the eggs. Eggs for market will keep much longer if they are not fertile. The pastors of Columbia and risxz? Don't put all sizes, shapes and &WkMiliMiMUMlMiJMMMMWiiMMMMIMn ity extend a cordial welcome to all colors of eggs in one lot for market; GEORGE P. BIBLE Presbyterian church, Rev. B, X learn to grade them so they will look as much like one hen laid them all as Watson Pastor. When the Community Chautauquas Sunday-Schoo- l possible. 9:45 a. m. wanted a man to go to Europe under Don't allow a dirty, stale egg to go Congregational Woaship 11 . 2s. the direction of the Red Cross for the into your market basket, no matter Eveuiug Service at 7 p. m. co eery purposes of interpreting the conditions ' how high they are or how badly you second and fourth Sundays. at the frQnt to the peoples of Amerneed the money. ica, they chose George P. Bible. Prayer service . Wednesday eTesicjr Don't be afraid to work with your They chose him because his is an topic ciiscssc-e- d. at 6:30. Sunday-schoo- l poultry the year round, as it is the eye that sees sees far down below only road to success, and one must the surface into the heart of things. Preaching at Union 1st ani? Sf stick to the "right track. Keep up inThey chose him because his is a your poultry both winter and Sabbaths. terest In brain thatrecords its impression with . summer. No matter what other duties METHODIST CIIURCn photographic fidelity so that he you have, they should not be negwould remember that which he had Jack Coombs. L P. Piercey, Pastor. lected. seen remember it, to tell to us at , Don't expect every egg to hatch served his time as a pitcher, but he home. Preaching 1st and 3rd Sunday' iim They chose him because he is an has also built up a number of business when you buy eggs for that purpose each month. orator of ability, capable of expres- interests which are paying him good from some good breeder. Tour own Sunday School at 9:30 a. no. sion in voice and manner that paeads livir1on1 nnd this is nrnhnhlv the eggs as a rule will not do that well. Epworth Leage 6:15 p. m. as by contagion to his audience the real reaS0Q h he intends to retire .n cjruo iicivc eetir 1110 httmn ..r wnr occi, hi uiaai from the game. " Prayer meeting Wednesday eTenJx? l. Llliiiga ilia recorded and his heart has compassed at 6:30. Coombs makes his home at PalesAnd George P. Bible is back from Scientific Facts. Y Everybody cordially invited to thsjvae tine Texas, where he has a general Europe with his message. ? services. to Belgium, merchandise store in addition to being He has been to France, The Siamese government has A to the very pit of the hell of war it- interested In two banks. His business ' BAPTIST CHURCH. rnncnHfTntort n f!vi1 sorvlPA Ofll- self, and his lectuies, "Scenes From has been growing with the boom times lege and a medical school into Preaching on each Crst anc? ths& the Front" and "Carry On" are gems and he feels that there will no longof. eloquence. But they are more than er a university to provide instrucSunday. be any necessity of playing baseball that. They are revelations of the for a living. tion in all the higher branches Morning service things to which our boys in khaki have of education. Eveuinp'service gone and are going. They are camera-tru- e A method for rebuilding worn-ou- t Sunday School pictures of the world war. They Importance of a Tan Coat automobile tires and making stories of are vigorous, evening fclur B. Y. P. U. Depends on How Acquired. them puncture proof with fabric conditions on the other side, and what woven from thread and a vegePrayer meeting, Wednesday stsd- they mean to you and to every other liberty-lovin- g table fiber has been invented by American. Tan is the result of the action of 6:30 ing Needless to say, Mr. Bible's lec- - chemical rays or of the ultra-viola Californian. Business meeting Wednesday evenures are exceedingly bright spots on rays of the solar light on the pigment Oils obtained from Antarctic ing before the 3rd Sunday in satis the Chautauqua program. says leopards, seals and penguins sea of the skin. It proves nothing, month. j have been tested by scientists in an authority, but that the skin has London and found useful for Missionary Society, the lasfc Thursbeen exposed to photographic rays of soap and leather making and one kind or another. The skin is also 3:00 o'clock day in each month, for heating purposes. tanned by exposure to the rays of a IT. Durham, Supt. S. S.. F. mercury lamp, but such tan has nothQO O O CO O. P. Bush, Pastor, ing to do with health. Tan is important and of meaning CHRISTIAN CHURCI2. Ants in the Kitchen. according to the circumstances under Bible Schoolevery Sunday at &30&- which it is acquired. Acquired at sea In regard to the question as to how m. or by the sea as a result of life and to get rid of small ants in a kitchen, Judge Hancock, Superintended exercise in the open air, It is a sign of Preaching service at 11 a. in. ass accompanies general the Indiana state entomologist says: health, because it effects which are lacking in the condi- "One of the best remedies is to make 8:G0 p. m. on Second and Fourth Ss- a sirup of four ounces of sugar to one-ha-lf tions of electric tan. pint of water, and after this sirup Electric tan is accompanied by no Praer meeting each WedBs2y-evening'&- t has boiled add one ounce of sodium multiplication of red corpuscles in the 8:00. sponge with this blood, such as exercise produces, In- fluoride. Moisten a Official meeting Friday nightput it in a can that has some suring a renewal of physical strength. and the fourth Sunday in eacbaes&Ss. holes punched in it; then place this where the ants are mbst numerous. Woman's Missionary Society, Eggless Breakfast Soon. The Idea Is to get the ants feeding on first Sunday in each month a 2dBj this and in that way carry some back Pennsylvania, which, has been taking to their nest. If they stop feeding, m. Mission Band tfye first Sunday a census of Its fowl population, finds move the can back a short distance that It has 4,000,000 less chickens than and they will again start eating. The each month at 2 p. m. of the de- can should be kept moist with this a year ago. Ladies' Aid Society Thursday a?lte sirup and the ants will soon disap- second Sunday at 3:00 p. m. cry. Miss Dunaway does both equally crease Is in laying hens. well." pear." Z T. Williams, Pastor. The illustration shows Miss Viol About 90 per cent of NorwayVdent-Ist' with her instrument in her hand. The , dental are graduates of American' Japan has superseded China as the G. R. Reed, Sect. insert is of Miss Ringgold. colleges or have taken chief source of supply for tea wed, in Ray Cooover, Tie courses in the United States. the United State. t 9t8etetttee(eoeio your hens to eat Don't de- so common. & women? Then vBxeoS give Cardui a trial? K should surely do for yoo what it has done for sc many thousands of other women who suffered is should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how ft m ""--- - .'-- Tt. Druggists m -- ! a-- -- J , : I 3- M red-blood- ed s- - et O-O-- O-O- -O " - 2e-for- e tfe' -- Three-fourths s post-gradu- at J" ;.fe- - i 'r y , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Marshal von Hindenburg, who was-'th- e brains . of the German Oh Welesaj8. army, is dead. His death is said ?" ,FWtea to have occurred after a stormy Bftt Colam6ia, Kentucky- interview with the Emperor. The violent quarrel occurred Editor. ZMMRKSDALE HAMLETT, May 16. It was followed by an apoPletctic stroke which ultimate to the Interert lv terminated in!death. f:'ZDeocrUcnewperdeToted Hindenr " litCIty of Columbia and the people of Ada! burg was the leader of the GerajolnlEJCCouBtlei. man forces, and it may be that reason that the , . his death ... . at... voinmDairoEi-onicas secona the promised driveon the Western 5h&H matter. front has not been made. His "'. ' SI.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE P88smg has certainly crippled SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 1 . Germany in her efforts to win $ 6 ?H &Uv Gvwly Metis , Louisville. -- "" d n U is-th- 'e e the war., WAR NEWS. Enemy losing everywhere. Beaten bacR By entente armies at many points. ' French capture- - Corey, while Italians make great advance in Albania. Britishfalso make gain. Foe's artillery fire violent in the Flanders, but infantry still WED. JULY 17, 1918. warn $ setWashington, July 11, (by A. P.) An official dispatch from Rome today reports unchecked For United States Senator. of due. In advance of Italianltroops in Alheavy burden bania, with Berat as an objectWe are authorized to announce that Cash Capital do ndgeB. "JBethurum, of Pulaski ive. From the Voyusa the Italdid in good old days of peace. The county, is a candidate for the United ians have carried all positions to on, States Senate,, subject to the action of custodealer who the Bepublican voters of Kentucky, the Semeni infanjadvance of thoupare quarters for forty-fiv- e miles over a as expressed at thefAugust primary. does sersand soldiers. And business fifty-mil- e front. apwho is so favored, vice. men of this city have already be"The Italian left wing aided James is reported a Senator do by gan to devise plans for the ereclikewise, accord.great deal better. He was out by cavalry units," says the dis- tion of an electric railroad from of love principles ing to patch, "reached Fieri protected .auto riding aiew days ago. here to the cantonment for the of reciprocity, by British monitors. The Ausaccommodation of soldiers staSHon. J. D. Black, Democrat, is trian aviation camp was occupied up Come in due tioned at the new point. stat-c- d by our troops, which captured a the only candidate who has help you more we i ifi A large tent has been erected 'through the press that he large quantity of war material. ' "Meanwhile our right wing, on Walnut street between Secwill be a candidate for Governor, ond and Third and Evangelist C. after violent fighting, conquored next year. M. Martin is delivering some senthe Berat positions rock by rock, There are some people who do climbing to the summit 2.000 sational sermons. His' subject .zitt last Sunday night was, "The not attend picture shows and meters high. Kaiser's Solid Empire Doomed." there are others who do. Those "The actual advance has He took the second chapter of who do not attend do not like the Italian command safe them. Those who do attend possession ofMalacastro on the Daniel for his text and said that Monday. Gardeas and growing like them. See the difference. left and Tomrica on the right, the present Countries of Europe crops were suffering for rain. representated the "ten toes' of standing 2,500 meters above the Miss Elsie Nelson and Master It is only a short time until sea and dominating Berat City the Image and that Democracy, Garlin, of Greensburg, were vis-- , July 4, 1776 was the little Candidates for proper the primary. and the Devoli Valley. - born iting their mother the first of stone cut from the mountain United States Senator and for BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. week. without hands that was to smite the Congress are to be nominated, continued their the image. His subject for next Our school began last Monday. and seemingly outside of the The French Until further notice, we will pay the following prices for Eleventh district, but little or no jamming tactics last night on Sunday night is to beL "The Dev- Miss Ro3ie Sinclair is teacher the westerly side of .the Marne il; His Relation To The Kaiser, The adjoining districts have the SPLIT HICKORY and OAK SPORES, delivered on our yard at Cointerest is being manifested. Mr. Helm has no opposition in salient, southwest of Soissons, and Why God Permits Him To following Keltner, lumbia and Clementsville, Ky. : teachers: capturing the town and railway Live." The tent which covers a Miss Ruth Holladay; Weed, Miss this district, and the candidates Split Hickory 30 in. Wanted are not stirring, hence there will station of Corey and the farm very large space is packed each Stella Keltner; Basil, Mr. Ira Price per M pieces and chateav of St. Paul, south night. be a light vote polled. Fiatt C Depth A. & B Length On Heart of the town. We were very sorry to read in Rev. J. A. Vire and brother 2g 3 30 25.00 x $50.00 Conservation is necessary in The gain of ground seryes still the afternoon papers the death -attended Quarterly meeting at 60.00 30 175.00 4 4h x these war times, but what is further to protect the forest of of our old- - friend, R. F. Paull. Milltown last Sunday. These Spokes may be white or.red timber or part white and saved now will come in mighty VillersCotterets (otherwise call- He will be missed not alone by par.t red, but must be good heavy timber clear of defects. Mr. W. S. Pickett was in Co good next year. Therefore the ed the Retz forest) which forms Columbia, but by people for lumbia one day last week. government ougfit to make a a bulwark of the defense of miles around. For he was White Oak Spokes, Second Growth Strictly Mr. G. D. Vance is on the sick whereby'.the farmers could Compeiegne, important ruling the alwavs found to be a Price per M. pieces amount of French base and railway junc- friend whenever a friend was list. purchase a sufficient C Length Depth On Heart A& B Rev. Ferill has a monthly apBUgar to preserve their fruit. tion, on the east side of that needed. 30 $60.00 3 $25.00 23 x Fruit that is not put up will go town. 50.00 30 100.00 31 3J x young men who pointment at our school house A number of Ah 30 60.00 175.00 waste, and we are advised to On the British front south of held positions here and at 4 to x every 3 Sunday in each month. nothing that is edible. waste Black-Jac- k or Red Oak Wanted, second Growth on iy Rev. Vance will begin a series the Somme Field Marshal Haig's have been called home infantry pushed still further for- by draft boards for examination! of meetings Wednesday nighfc at C Depth Length A&B On Heart There is an impression in cer- - ward . ,; Miss Ivy Lewis, Fairplay, Keltner. last night and won addi. 50.00 150.00 4 x m4h , ., tain circles, in the Eighth dis- tional holding ground' east of spent last week in the 'city visit-in- g Holladay was the The White Oak Spokes must be second growth timber clear Miss Ruth ..jtrict, that Judge ,W. W. Jones, on the ridge relatives. y pleasant guest of Miss Stella of defects of all kind?. The 4 and 4h Red Oak Spokes must be of Jhis place, is the choice of which stands as an important The work or fight ruling has split from but cuts only of real good Red Oak buts, they must be Keltner, last week. be a 'the Republicans and will A & B quality only. eastward defense of the Allied made it necessary for many busiMrs. Garland Pickett is spendoppocandidate for Congress, CO. base at Amiens. ness "houses and hotels here to ing this week at W. S. Picketts. Harvey Helm. We sing Hon. Raiding operations comprised change their force. And in E. G. WEATHINGTON, Mgr. took a clipping to the Judge the major portion of the activi- many instances women and girls Mrs. J. H. Vire spent last Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. which was taken from a Shelby-vill- e ties on the remainder of the Alare taking the places of the men. R. O. Keltner, of Gradyville. paper, making such an an- lied front. Sewing Machines Not having anything else to Demmon Keltner attended all nouncement. Judge Jones said: tahave FRENCH GAINS STEADY. do the RENTED by Week or Month at "I am not a candidate, have not The .operation on the French ken up the task of 'changing .the day services at Antioch last Very Moderate Rates. slightest idea of entering SOLD on the moafc liberal monthly payments. the front, resulting in the capture of numbers on residences in certain Old Machines taken in ezchaago race, and no paper has authority Corey, gains in SINGER MACHINES NOT HIGH PRICED interest in that districts, and doing so without COMPARISON SOLICITED to make such an announcement.' it represents a continuation of a consulting the desires of the We sell Electric Motors for any Machine. Judge Jones is a busy man, re- series of important local attacks property owners. Our namber Dr, Attachments and Appliances for Every Stitching Purpose. quiring all his time to look after on this front between the Aisne is now 219 instead of 217 West .Needles for any Machine and the DENTIST Beat Sewing Machine OiL' af-his clients and his private Mirtiin iff J Br;iin7 CaS, Write arttwet Marne, begun by Gen. Walnut Street. and the fcijm Residence OFFICE 164. .fairs. . Campbell. Sunday. It is along R. L. Petain on We have some good bargains in first-cla- ss OFFICE: Second Floor this line that the Allies apparsecond hand .Maahines ' Cor. Main and Depot Sts. HINDEN1URG DEAD. Pyriis. ently count it quite probable vt"t; A. dispatch from Amsterdam, that the ('Germans will resume J EQUCh lftded raflb feil laSt'xocal and General AnettheMcB Administered iXdair Co. NewsOfficeM A dated July 13th, itate that Field their offensive. --as-surr- ANNOUNCEMENT. July 9, 1918. The Adair County News Columbia, Ky Dear Mr. Editor: Although there is little of interest in the metropolis, will endeavor to write a few lines. We nave bad several good rams recently which have greatly helped gardens in this vicinity. Vegetables of all kind are now plen tiful and are selling at prices within the reach of all. Sugar is now the scarcest thing on the market. And according to recent rulings of the food administrator no one may purchase over three pounds of sugar for each member of his family in any one month. And no one may purchase over two pounds at one time. And each time you make a purchase of sugar you must sign a receipt, which the dealer turns in to the office of the food administrator, who checks them up to see that no one has has bought over the amount allotted to him. News has just reached here that Stithton. Hardin county, has been selected for the new Artillery Cantonment, and that work will begin at once to pre7 - p tee We Are 4fr40 Thinking 4 Of You 4 4 4 4 4 your 4 season this Balancing and accounts, are asking our 4 to and Customers and at 4 notes and accounts tfiat are due and tle with us 4 past these times distress the merchant 4 to carry. It takes about four has a 4 Working to business times as much 4 as it the 4 carries his credit merchant and 4 mers at this time, it purely as a friendly The customer 4 should us preciate our situation and 4 the rules brotherly and the 4 4 past and settle your account and take that 4 may note, that next year. 4 Jeffries Hardware Store. 4 The 4 4 4 4 444444444444 444444444444 And how you expect to make your next crop. We are preparing to help you by making large investments in spring Tillage Imple ments, Seeds and Fertilizers for Wheat and other Crops. 4 4 BUT - We need mid-ye- ar help. At we books come in once Debtors all of ed Spokes Wanted N5Sfe cer-tain- lv Jeffer-sonvil- le i'-- j '30 Villers-Bretonneu- x, ADAIR SPOKE Singer city-authoriti- es Elam Harris -- 123-- B. H. Kimble, !K -- A VW V- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 Personals. . i :vU l'at .L Mr. W. L. Baker and sJ?ife, Monti celleVspent jjsveral days .of )as week ' -- Success - Mr. H T. Baker spent last week --.Burnside. 4 Mr. Garrett Murrell has returned to .Ills home, Champaign, 111. Mr. E. E. Coffey, of Rolllngbur, was to luwu iuu oaiiuuay. Mr. J. O. Eussell left Sunday morning, on a business trip East. Mrs. Frank Sandusky, of Bradfords ; ville, visited here last week. Mr. Theodore McFarland, merchanfr at Eowena, was here last Friday. Mr. J. T. Gowdy, Campbellsville, was in Columbia one day last week- Mr. Sidney Holt, lumber dealer of Eussell county, was here last Friday. Eoliin Caldwell.of . Camp Taylor, is ,at home, on a furlough of a few days. i v Miss Catherine Bellwill arrlveto-daBar-be- y, e. to visit her sister, Mrs. Oma Messrs. J. H. Hagan and W. C. Sogers, Lebanon, were here a few da sago. Dr.;piysses Montgomery, of LouisMrs. G. B. Smith Is visiting her ville, brother of Mr. J. F Montgomery, daughter, Mrs P. H. Conover, spent several days in Columbia last week. His mission to this place was to place see, his aunt. Mrs. Nancy Rice, who is Mr. John A. Harris left for his of business, Lake Helen, Fla., the first quite old and feeble, and who is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Braxton of the week. Massie. Mr. J. H. Goff made a business trip Mr. E. L. Feese, who has been emto Lexington, Winchester and Louis- ployed in this office for several ville months, tendered his resignation last "Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Garnett, of Louis- Saturday and on Sunday left for ville, were here to attend the funeral Louisville, having accepted employof Mr. R. F. Paull. ment in that city Mr. Feese is a work, Mr. Chas. Fisher, traveling sales- good compositor and a faithful wishes of this man, was here, from Glasgow, the lat- er. Be has the best office. ter part of last week. Mrs. S L. Courtney, Topeka, Kan., Mr. C. B. Hicks, of Hart county, Young, Chicago, 111., ,jybo travels out of Cincinnati, was Mrs. A. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Jim B. Bean, Mr. and here a few days ago. Mrs. Hugh Cox, Miss Mae Phillips, Mr. W. H- - Shipp, of Central City Bardstown, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Masof Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bar-be- sie. and children, Campbellsville, Mr. was here last Friday. and Mrs. S. Bay Conover and James Mr. Frank Hill, of Lexington, reach- Eobert Conover, were the week end ed here in time to attend the funeral guests of Mr. and Mrs A. R. Feese, Cane Valley. of his uncle, Mr. B. F. Paull. Mr. D. H Butler and wife; Mr. W. Mrs. Sarah A. Miller who visited her children in Columbia, returned to J. Butler and wife, Louisville, arrived a few days ago, and will spend her home, Crocus, last Saturday. several weeks, visiting relatives and Mr Allen Conover, Glenville, visitfriends. Columbia is the old home iting friends and relatives here ed his grand father Mr. J. K. P. Con- town of D. H. and W. J. Butler and over in Columbia, Saturday and SunMrs D. H. Butler and they are al- Capital Avenue Merchant Relates and at Columbia. day. ways glad to get back to the scenes of Daring a thunder storm here Remarkable Experience'- Dr. and Mrs. James Taylor, East former days. This is Mrs. W. J. Buton the morning of June the 25th, Fork, were here Monday, arranging to ler's first visit and we feel sure in Edmon- stating that the hearty welcome she GAINES THIRTY POUNDS IN VERY Mr. R, A. Stone had the misforhave their furniture moved to is receiving will endear her husband's ton. SHORT TIME GIVES tune of getting a good mare and relatives to her. CREDIT. Mr. W. B. Myers, who. visited his work mule killed by lightning. daughter, Mrs. Herman Barnett, St. The mare had a suckling, colt Louis, returned home last Thursday A YOUNG MAN AGAIN, HE SAYS. Eliza-bethtow- n. last-week. Judge H. C Baer. their son, was ilso here. Bev. B. T. Watson left Monday ior K. Ja 'ahort visit to his son, Dr. While Watson, of Chattanooga, Tenn. there he will take in the big Camp at Chickaraauga and the scenic historic surroundings. Mr. J. K. Humphress, a native of Adair county, but who has heen enfor 'the last gaged in the Canal-Zon- e ten years, until six months ago, wlen he went to New Mexico, is now visiting in this county. Mr. Lee Smith, who has been sick Mr. at the home of his brother-in-lapast two months, J. N. Coffer, for the walked over in town last Thursdry. He says he thinks in a few weeks he will be himself again. Mr. C. R. Phillips, of Owensboro, who conducted the song service at a recent meeting held at the Baptist chufch, arrived Saturday night. He rendered a beautiful solo at the Presbyterian church Sunday night. attne - i". nome oi.jmx. - iJ." ' it. iur,r, Mr; Lisle Bake f .; Never Fellows Shiny ty Markets. Louisville," July 8 Cattle Prime export steers 815i:16; heavy shipping 1415.; light $11.5014; heifers $9. 00 12J; . casern n-'i I Troaser Seats. MOST FAILURES. IN LIFE ARE RECORDED son-in-la- e, medium $7.75 10; cutters ?6J7i; canners $60.75; bulls 8810.i; feeders $911:76; stackt If you want your good judgment ers. 88 to $10.75 choice milch cows shattered a dozen times a day just go I90110; medium $7090; common atound with aches and pains. Spring is here with a vengeance, and 85070. witn Spring comes that delightful Calves Beceipts 332 head. The marperiod called "Spring Fever time." Every limb, every organ, every nerve ket ruled steady. Best veals $1414.50 is wearied by this springtime trouble. medium ll14c; common You can't expect much good out of a Hogs Beceipts 4,019 head.. Prices faulty machine, nor can you expect ruled 5c higher. The best hogs, much good out of yourself unless you are at your best physically. The finest 300 lbs up 816.60; 165 to 300 $16.85; grade ol steel won't revive careless 120 to 165 Jbs. 816.70;" pigs $16.70; handlings. How, then, could you ex- roughs 815 15; down. pect the tender mechanism of the head, human body to resist climatic changes Sheep and Lambs-Receino changes were noted in prices; best unless you pay a; little attention to its upkeep. You guard your bicycle, your sheep' 811 11, bucks f 8 down; best auto and other mechanical devices. lanbs 817J17; seconds S1414.25 Pretty near time that you gave yourButter Country 2729c lb. self the same attention. Eggs Fresh, case count, not sold FAILURES EVEY WHERE We have failures on all sides of us. candled 26c to 27c I talk with scores of men every day whose trousers seats are shiny and perMontpelier. fectly slick. Shiny seats don't speak well for ambition! The food these men eat plays the deuce with their vitals. The wheat ana oat crops are-- L They have cultivated misguided apbetpetites, with the result that many a in the shock and are rather If bright career has been shattered at ter than the average crop. the barrier, before tliey had a chance the remainder of the season is to enter the race Indigestion is another way of spelling agony. The favorable the corn crop will be a liver, the stomach and the kidneys good one. Meadows and pashide many an explanation for laziness. tures are a little short. Otherwise we would have few really lazy people. There are few ailments Messrs. Allen Walker, Charlie that will sap human strength quicker Murrah, and Joe Jones received than- dyspepsia and catarrh You lose your vigor and enthusiasm. Get your about 300 hundred sheep and system cleaned up right now. lambs here on the 2nd. The Leave off greasy food and fried, stuff for lambs ranged for a few days; take a dose of INDU price paid three times a day, before or after the from 14c to 16c. meals and be yourself again. Your Miss Pearl Bradshaw recently grouches will disappear like a' bad dream spent a month visiting her brothWhen your boss sees that you are er, F. E. Bradshaw, of Burn-side- s, fit and trim" you'll get a raise and that and Miss Nell Williams, of raise will pay for all the INDU you have taken. Cave City. Miss Nell in turn Sold by J. N Page, druggist, spent a pleasant two weeks visColumbia, Ky. Adv." cows $10(3)12; BY 3IEN AND WOMEN WITH MIS- GUIDED APPETITES. lat 7llc MriHTIC f ILM naSTERPIEffy q appeal ioihe south 5EMATIOML ST i pts 5 iwiniernal menace hat threaleiK the verybundaiion oi american ,v onniscoummocn L. M m I) F .iX liiitiK - :J luCLLl 1- .HP w m ammrmm "Br r-- jB m r m F a " mm m. PL a v fHr w F - iB. 1 7 m: i$3mm&$m YJmy mat - JBli JHlSraEsflll aw imMmMmk Coming August 8th NA Paramount Theatre Golun6ia. flotor night. Mr. DEBTS COLLECTED s ft Carson Faulkenburg, Jamestown, representing an oil company in Lexington, was here Friday, soliciting stock. Margaret Misses Frances Beed, Lovett, Anna Eubank and Noel Pickett spent a day in Campbellsville last week. Mr. E. H. Stovers, a no man, of Cincinnati, arrived last Thursday night and will be in the county well-know- n Accounts. Notes. Claims of all kinds collected anywhere in the world. No cbarges-unleswe collect Reference, Farmers National Bank. May's Collection Room 7 Masonic Bldg, Agency; Somerset, Ky. which was not killed. Mr. Zach Taylor, who has in "If a fellow ever went down-hil- l health, I am that man," said Mr. .W. been in western Nebraska for a B. Jossey, a merchant at 637 Capitol year or two, is visiting his moth Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. "Indigestion, constipation, nervou- er, Mrs. Ada Taylor. Mr. TaysnessStomach all out of order, sleep- lor is 100 per cent. American less nights, no appetite All these troubles were certainly bad enough, and his purpose in coming to but when kidney trouble developed, JientucKy was to join the army. and I got so bad off until I could not Mr. Ed Bradshaw, who is a stoop down, continued pain in my blood all thin and anemic, I traveling back, recently salesman, felt that I had just about reached the day or so visiting his limit. I couldn't half way attend to spent a parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. my business "One day, a friend of mine, Mr. Bradshaw. and Henry, told me about Mr. Joe Calhoun, wife and litadvised me to try it I took his adhere that tle daughter, of Ocama, Oklavice and I want to that was the best move I ever made in my life. I began to feel better homa, recently spent a month, right away. Soon I could eat all that visiting their parents, Mr. and I wanted, and anything I wanted, and Mrs. Charlie Calhoun, of Dent, nothing disagreed with me. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Helm, "This wonderful remedy, got right down after that kidney trou- this place. ble and I was very soon rid of that. Good, rich blood began' to flow through The social given by Miss Marmy veins once more. My weight came gie Antle in honor of the Misses back by leaps and bounds and the old worn out fatigued feeling is a thing of Lawless, of Oklahoma, and Miss the past. Now I am telling everybody Nell Wiiliams, of Cave City, was whom I meet hat I am a young man a highly enjoyed affair. again. "You know" said Mr. Jossey, "I'm Samuel; the little son of Dr. a carpenter, as well as a merchant, and VI TO NA.put me in such fine S. A. Taylor, while returning shape that during the dull months home from church two weeks last summer I put in twelve or four- ago, overturned the buggy in teen of the hottest weeks working at Camp Gordon building houses. I saw which he and his mother and lita lot of youngerfellows.drop' out from tle sister, were riding and in the heat, but I stood it fine and dany fall broke one cf the bones of Didn't lose a day. did it, it's the greatest his fore arm and dislocated his tonic on earth." wrist joint. Mrs. Taylor and Is sold in Grady ville exclusively by Wilmore & Moss daughter received only. some' mi- Sold exclusively in Columbia, Ky. nor, injuries. "VI-TO-N- A Freight Co. e. 2-- Local News The institute will be held in the Lindsey-Wilson We Haul and Deliver your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with large3 Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Postr-OfficAll Country Freight delivered from new depots Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons-solicit your business. We this week. . Mrs. W. H. Wilson and her son, Jo, Green, and Mrs. Campbell Hutchison came f by Prof. A. C. a well-know- n and will be conducted Burton, of Bowling educator. Columbia COI-UTtfCBI- PC. JVIotoi Young & Hutchison, Freight Co.,, KENTUCKY, w- - J. A. Harmon, a soldier of the county, now in France, writes his mother that he ia in a hospital and has 'been for several weeks, but he is improv ing. He tells her not to worry about him, that he is well taken care of, has good attention and plenty to eat. He sends his love to all the family and Mr. Leon Lewis, who is a soldier, writes them to know that he thinks stationed at Montgomery, Ala., reach- of each one daily. ed home Monday on a short furlough Every tiody was glad to see him. Alexander Cairns, who coined the Mr. Walter Ingram and family, Mrs word "Potsdamnation" to express his Omeria Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Jo opinion of the forces that started the Knifley and Mrs. Pinkie Davis attendwar, comes with a message direct from Washington, where he' conferred with ed services at Shiloh last Sunday. the heads of the Government DepartJudge and Mrs. Eoliin Hurt and Mr ments and. learned things about the Tyler Chandler visited in Campbells- war that Americans need to know. He ville a few days ago. Mr. Chandler's will be at the Chautauqua Wednesday, ,i daughter, Miss Mildred, accompanied July 3lst - over from Campbellsville last Friday and spent a few hours. Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett and her son, Barksdale, left Friday morning for a two weeds' visit to Elizabeth town and Louisville. Mr. W. S. Knight, of Jamestown, was here Thursday, en route home,' from Lexington, and other points in the Blue Grass section Eld. Lawrence Williams, who is here on a visit, says that "ho is very pleasantly situated in Belton, Texas. He preaches for a large church. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shreve and their two children, Mary and Baymond, have removed to Louisville, Mr. Shreve having a position in the city. Mr. Bay Montgomery made a professional visit to Louisville last week, and also went to see Mrs. Montgomery, who is visiting in Warren county. Mr. T. Y. Chandler, who is jisiting here," has received three cards from his son, Winfrey, who is in the army, and who is en route for France. say-rig- we are now ready to go across. Kitchen Police, but that is uofc Our supplies are all boxed and bad. Herschel Taylor and I are-stil- l together, but we caoaot marked A, E. F. We have re- The Zion Farmers' Club will meet at Zion Friday night, July 19. Ev- ery body invited to be present. Local leaders in the Chautauqua movement are delighted with the way thing are shaping themselves. The Chautauqua will begin Wednesday, VI-TO-N- A July 31st. "VI-TO-N- A VI-TON- A Adv. them. Mesdames Ben O'Bear and Lonie Allen, daughters ol Mrs. Walter El rod, who reside in Chattanooga, are visiting their mother and friends in Columbia. Rev. H. Gordon Bennett, evangelist of the Christian Church, arrived in Columbia last Friday night. He will probably hold meetings In this section. " The ticket committee, advertising committee and all other committees The fact that President Woodrow have entered their work with a vim tents Wilson has placed the endorsement of that augers welljor the Government upon the Chautauqua and greatly inspired meetings. Wedas an integral part of the National nesday,. .July 3lst tDefense has been taken hold of by the Chautauqua builders and they have ' There is some indications of rain decided to make the "big top" this and it is very much needed. Corn is year resound with patriotic fervor twisting and latepotatoes are sufferand true patriotic service. Wednes ing. In fact all. vegetation needs j ;aJL r day, Julylsfc. rain. over-flowin- g . - ceived our oversea clothing and bunk together as that is arrangfull equipment and we have got ed alphabetically, so we cannot some load you can guess to tote. sleep together, but we are- id We are all glad to "get away gether the rest of the from here and start ''over there" is making a finer aol-di-er for we feel as - if we can help and is liked well by hfsr ofcheck Hun assaults and bring ficers, as he has that old Kenthis war to a close. There will be five aero squadrons go over tucky turn and that gets anywith us, each consisting of 154 body's respect. We have orders men to each squadron. There to go "from here to Garden C5ty has been quite a few left here in New York, and we do not know the last ten days and the camp how long we will be there, .hope-is almost empty at present; it short time. We hope to reis rumored here that this camp in the near future, "we-twill be filled with negro troops turn safe over Prussianism. as soon as we are gone. I, reGood-by- e and God bless yon ceived the copy of the news- - and read-i- t with a great deal or in- all. ' Yours Respt.. Pvt, W. V. Helm, terest for I am always glad to hear from home. It seems as 306 aero Service Sqdn. number, of the older though a Camp Green, NC Camp Green, N. C. sex are passing to the great We regret unknown beyond. LUICIIU1., RMtf IMKSU these things but the God above July 12, 1918. he. mjSmmm to Whrl. Sm Mt vmi knows best of all things. X am mom. Short Hn. Tip WrHtn utd The Adair County Newa, ThttnJd ma a. College eaa da atvafc. nr liking army life fine, for I am hull mlmHnilf Columbia, Ky. Ais& Affnrtsff . poontoo. xnptBMw; getting all. kinds of eats and ffr . Will try and jrrite another arDBflCUl wf j eromtatWW. good clothing. We. are not havlaoatann ticle on army life. sraduU. ing any work to do here except We have only been in this Series. (MBNtfecbeaw. 7orpitleafa. camp since the 14th of June and a little- Reeimeatal- guard and. - timer-Hersch- el a ors -- 1 I m UUCSaTi - - i to- J - y" " li Ij , f TtT K vfc -- - GbUNTT NEWS ;SSr. Wonderful Band Will Flag at Chautauqua i I " , fcA'ff;'")' .V Vly "'- - 5VTsw''r5' ' Vr -' '1 - ''" r X -- " C V " f ,'' W v !', , ,V. ' " V V .J ftit it it it it it it 5 t A Song For Marching Men. y i -& J? S? 9$ 9- W 9 O who will give us a song for them, ft 'tc ftft &- 'tt -- Automobile Line. The Regular Line from Columbia to Campbellsville is owned and operated by W. E. Noe. lie has in his employe safe and reliable drivers. Transportation can be had at any hour at reasonable rates. , The silent marching men? a swing in It, With measured rhythm and ring In it, The breath of a deathless thing In It, A song for marching men. A martial song with who will give U3 a song for them, The silent marching men? A gallant song with a cheer in it, A tender song with a tear In it, And never a taint of fear In It, A song for marching men. O t Address, who will give us a song for them, The silent inarching men? Trumpet and bugle and fife In it, The passion and pride of life In it, And the old mad Joy of strife in it, A song for marching men. O , W. E. NOE, Columbia, Ky. ' will give us a song for them, The silent marching men? "With iron and blood and ruth in it, Vision and beauty and truth In it, Terrible pathos of youth in it, A song for marching men. O who ) G. R. REED who will give us a song for them, The silent marching men? With a sacred wordless space In it, With a clinging last embrace in it, A song with a woman's face in it, A song for marching men. O INSURANCE "The Service Agency. FIRE AND LIFE us a song for them, The silent marching men A scorn for the tyrant's rod In it. A thought of the crimsoned sod In it, A faith in the Living God in it, A song for marching men. Theresa Virginia Beard, in the Bellman. O who will give Columbia, Real Estate Kentucky. and Bought Sold THE ROYAL BLUE HUSSARS BAND For the Royal Blue Hussar's Band Who doesn't respond to the appeal, is coming, and it is known as one of "Listen to the music of the band"? the really great There's a bracing exhilaration a the greatest of not only one of band the organizations mot of feeling passes through one greatest bands entour but one that when the band begins to play. produces a program of endless novOne hears the tramp, tramp, tramp elty and enduring surprises. of marching feet going steadily down The baton is in the hand of Louis to battle, as the brasses flare their Castellucci. His greatness lies chiefly in the jcall to arms and the drum beats out wonderful effects he has achieved by its everlasting step, step, step. of the And you are going to hear a real the patient training under histalented skilled group of musicians band at the Chautauqua. One that direction. can produce all the thrills of the great The band is brilliantly costumed in war marches, as well as the softer af- the dashing blue- of the Hussars. Its fects of some of our more peaceful playing is brilliant. From the crashing effects of the great masters of tho band music. - Immigration Fromises to FABMING LANDS Set New Record Smallest march, to the sweet pastorals and If you want to sell your farm to tfc j best advantage, see our contract and list idyls, its ensembles are perfect. The Since the Colonial Days with us at once. If you want a farm or other real estate, let us figure with program ranges from the most popu you and for you. Oil Land Lease3 bought and sold. Abstracts furnished. lar band pieces of the day to some 01 When the present fiscal year ends, the great classic masterpieces. C. G. Jeffries Realty Co., Columbia, ry. That eyery member of the organiza- June 30, it is highly probable that a Jeffries Hotel. is a musician of the first water is new Immigration record will be set tion proved by the many special features the smallest since colonial days, says produced as solos and special instrumental groupings, including such novelties as a string quartette, a xylophone trio and an ocarina sextette. In addition, further zest and variety is added to the program by Miss Eva Quintard, grand opera star, who is being heralded as one of the big features of the Chautauqua program of the Royal Blue Hussars this season. GREAT LECTURER IS COMING TO CHAUTAUQUA the Washington Herald. Immigration statistics of the first six months indicate that the year's total may be less than 100,000 persons. ending January 1, For the half-ye1918, only 57,715 came to America, and since then the monthly totals have dwindled to a few thousands. The war, of course, Is responsible. The real dwindling began when the United States entered the war. Since that day only one country has sent anything like the normal number of Immigrants. That is Japan, which country now leads all nations in sending immigrants to America. Japanese Immigration this year will reach 12,000 as against 8,925 in 1917, 8,711 In 191(5 and 8,609 In 1910. During the first half of this fiscal year 6,008 Japanese arrived and they've been coming over at the rate of more than a thousand a month. Italy, which before the war sent over seven times as many Immigrants as Japan then did, this year will send less than a third as many. Mexico, which sent 16,438 immigrants in 1917, will send less than three thousand this year. ar Louisville-O- ld Incorporated inn Hotel Masters of iViusic and Song to Open Chautaqua $1.00 and Up Rooms Without Bath. $1.50 and Up Rooms With 300 ROOMS Equipped throughout with Automatic Sprinklers the best Plre Protection Known lo Insurance Engineers. llllllllllHIMBBMIiMTCnBK3CTBlllBllllllllllllMgySBfcM liiiiiHBlfllfllfiHHBLi&H99'33if"'z?lliiflliiiiifl Louisville, 6th fit Main Streets. Kentucky. HHF HBBHKfv?nraHH' EVERYTHING IN wsSmSM?' ISlISilP mtHOT) n pti m mil 3S38ia237S3 BHBBBIBBBTi i BSS" SBBwBBVAvJS P' BBBBa jBBBVBBBf 9ii9tfCiii-bo-ko-(!a-biioiiifii- HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized a Mother's Cook Book Those who live on the mountain have ORIGINAL STROLLERS QUARTETTE This year the Chautauqua is to open taining features." In addition to presenting a varied iwith a series of unusual musical num-Tjeby the famous Strollers Quar-Jtett- e, program of beautiful and effective a . group of-- four male voices vocal numbers, this talented group eniwell known all over America as a tertain with a number-o- f instrumental jheadliner on the "big time" circuits novelties. Particularly effective is their renof vaudeville and in the high grade vmusic halls of the big citie3. It haa dition of 'sacred music and some of ibecome overwhelmingly popular with the sweeter popular selections, to the Chautauqua audiences, and Mr. Ross accompaniment of Swiss hand beSs, Crane, formerly president of the In- of which they posses a wonderfully ternational Lyceum Association, wrote: tuneful set. The introduction of comedy num"The Strollers unquestionably are one of the leading quartettes on the bers, interspersed among more prejplatform, both as a singing organiza-Itio- n tentious musical offerings, make their and in their specialty and enter program one which never tires. rs Musical Treat Awaits Chautauqua Audiences BTBBBMBMBnxni8BnftBBHflTBBMBBhMii ALEXANDER CAIRNS Potsdamnation! That's a word coined by Alexander Cairns, the great lecturer to be heard here soon at the Chautauqua. '"What a world of dynamite and destruction is wrapped up in it. It tells in a single word what others are taking pages to express the real American opinion of what Germany has done to the world. Its discussion is one of the things which makes Cairns' messages for Chautauqua audiences more vital this year than they have ever been, for he has been specially instructed by the i government departments in first-ha- n miormation that Uncle Sam wants presented to the people. Cairns is an old Chautauqua favorite. His lips sparkle with native Irish wit, and he can't get the spirit of fight out of his soul. The things he is for he upholds with all his might, those in which he does not believe win find him fighting to the last. His appearance on the platform is always the signal for applause, for people everywhere have heard him and love him, and are eager to hear him 'again. Teacher, traveler, lecturer, author and preacher, he is widely known as "both the funniest and most 'serious man alive." For four years he was a teacher in Japan and later a college professor of English in America. Since the Chautauqua platform found him out, he has been kept busy spreading his magnetism under the big top. And this year, with his vital ;,'ar message, he is more popular than ever. a longer day than those who live in the valley. Sometimes all we need to do to brighten our day is to rise a little. A Few Cooling Drinks. Drinks that are cooling always find a place any time of day and the houseice wife who keeps a chest will always be popular with her friends. well-stocke- and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence.. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated i 1 d CO. Ever-Read- v Lemonade. Boll together a cupful of sugar, a cupful of water and a half cupful of lemon juice ; multiply this any number of times and keep in a cold place, lidding iced water and using a of the sirup to a glass of water. Boil the mixture for five minutes before bottling. Almond Drink. 16 Eaat Mathet Strcei Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. table-spoonf- ul Blanch three dozen sweet almonds and pound to a pulp ; boil them In two quarts of milk, adding a vanilla bean, which may be removed In a short time; sweeten with half a pound of sugar or a cupful of honey, cool and strain. Serve in lemonade glasses. ' Barley Water. Wash two ounces of pearl barley and add to two quarts of water ; heat slowly and boll until reduced to a quart. Add two ounces of sugar and the juice of a lemon; strain and set aside to get cold. fc , Fred G. Jones & Co. lNCfOR-PORATE- j Brook f A. Streets LOUISVILLE. KY. WHOLESALE Doors , j j BBBVBB7BHHBBKBB9SBBBBWBBBBBIBnnBBBKSMBBvB Fruit Sirup. Boll together a pint of juicy fruit "" BBBVBmfeBBVBBHBBBBVSMwBBBlBVBHBBB' BBBBjIHPBBBBBMBBk v3R BBHKBBBBHMBHnBfBBValnBBBSBBlBH ' vi'- -" cBBBBSl - x BBKHHaHW 'B BB1 - musicians Assist Reader at Chautauqua Misses , j I and a pint of water, stirring from time to time, then strain and add honey to sweeten ; boil for ten minutes and then bottle. When serving allow a table-'-( spoonful of the sirup to a glass of water. Tea Punch. Make a strong infusion of English breakfast tea, using a teaspoonful to a cupful of boiling water. For a quart Of tea add honey to sweeten, and the juice of two lemons and an orange. A few slices of the fruit may be served with the punch. Mint Julep. Boil a cupful of sugar with a pint of water 20 minutes. Crush six sprigs of mint and pour a cupful of boiling "water over it. Allow It to stand ten minutes, .strain and pour Into the sirup. To this add strawberry, raspberry and lemon juice ; serve very cold. Windows Mouldings Porch Columns BVMPBBBBBBBBBHiBI lBBHffBTafaBBTTJ8iK 4 JSWHByJbTP IS BBVr BMBPaBBTaWKiBBiBKim ?: HbSbTbTbII:'' ijMFf BBMBBfacBTfcraiBBBMMJ f?lfc?c 'bHHbbBbVbbBbBXB IbMbWF' 1HBKSHBVaB.BVaaW JL: "i' V. fBVi J'Si-BB- l SbV BBYBf'SRTVMk . bTbTbTbTbTbTJbbISbTbbWbTJbTbTbkIbwp Bl:3gl,alf vm; 15ii::'Jmw ' BHBi' bHSmi bShbMbTbTbM bTbTbIbbm tsr YBBBBBYiySBM fffl CbTdbI-c:alaMi:i MbM! JiBBBBBB&li bbvbbvbbvnbbbbbvbbbbbbb'rbbbbbbbpi.:bbvbv MOZART ORCHESTRAL LADIES This group of clever and talented pianist and reader; Miss Slack, whose are ladies offers a real musical surprise performances on the violin-cell- o exceedingly for "Chautauqua goers. Among other a violinist of beautiful; Miss DeVore, ordinary abilthings, they feature the songs of the ity, and Mrs. more than a Hewling, musician of allies with elaborate costuming. Their exceptionally varied capabilities, who musical ensembles have the effect of performs on the cornet, drums and orchestra, and they are saxophone, and in addition entrances an eight-piec- e unusually effective in their solo work. her audiences with the reedy beauty The artists are Miss WhitmorJof ner wnisumg. , Marie Elizabeth Viol and Margaret Ringgold, violinist and j pianist, are two accomplished musi cians who will assist Hettie Jane Dunaway in her interpretation of "Just Plain Judy" from "Daddy Long Legs," during the Chautauqua. Thi is one of the big hits of the Chautau qua entertainment and the musicai j setting makes Miss Dunaway's dramatic ability doubly effective. In this number Miss Dunaway presents whole scenes from the clevex little drama which she has chosen to present to her audience, reading many parts. and making fourteen changes of costume auring me cuurse ua ner entertainment. "She is one of the few women on the lyceum platform," says the Leader, Laurel, Miss., "who, with a single story is able to hold an audience for an jentire evening with her own personality. It is one thing to make people laugh and another to make them ! I Stairways General Building Material Will Send Catalog on Request. Columbia Barber Shop A Sanitary Shop, where both Satisfactionand Gratification are Guaranteed. ' Save the whey froni cottage pheese, chill It and serve with any desired fruit juice flavor. A lemon with a slice of pineapple and a few cherries, will serve two or three thirsty throats. Giveus aTrial and be Convinced. n .. ADATR COUNTY NEWS -- r SKETCHES OF ADAIR k k A. H. its Lieutenant-ColoneJudd, late a merchant of Cane COUNTY. Valley, held the high and solemn position of Chaplain. Ben ,Lee Harden, Wm. Bramlett, Jas. B. Historical and Biographical that Baker, Thos. Montgomery, and Will be of Interest to all others were either subordinate Readers of the News. officers or very high privates at l. m REASONABLE A PRICES w A! It 1 times. BY JUDGE H. C. BAKER. ir- - SJ r r -- i During the time the organization existed, it sometimes hap . pened that a morning would find No. 24 all the business signs of the town The changed, doorsteps out of places, I do not remember whether goods boxes on the streets and organiza- gates hanging about loose at the "Whang-Doodltion here was a product of the places; and unchariorcivil war, or whether it was table persons would at once say: ganized before the beginning of .' "This is the work of the hostilities. I am inclined to " Whether think, however, that it wus in persons slipped in behind full working order before war became flagrant in the country. them, and for the purpose of inAnyway, as the saying is, "it juring their good names and had its day," and I may add, its counteracting their influence in nights, too, and after all, it did the community, did these things, We have Wire and Wire Fence quite a full stock for these war times very good work in the community or whether the "Whangs" them" Prices Reasonable. serving as a conservator of the selves were really the guilty peace when society at best was - And our Clothing and Shoe stock is a wonder for theytimes. We have "Old party, has never been certainly somewhat disorganized. I do Fashion"- Wool Clothes at Old Fashion Prices. Nifty Styles for Boys and Sen- not know that its promoters had known. sible Genteel Styles for Men Folks. this in view in the beginning of The negroes feared the organithe organization; indeed I feel zation more than they did ghosts, Ginghams and Calicos in the Dry Goods Lines at prices that will please our very nearly certain that they did witches, or the "woman in Lady friends. Also a nice stock of Summer Goods: Voils, Lawns not. Their purpose originally black," in latter days, and for and the Whole Family. was more convivial than othermonths at a time they would wise. It was made up of the i never be seen on the street after boys of the town, and they were seeking fun more than anything dark, for they soon learned that else. They discovered after it was no fun to "mark time" by awhile that they could have fun the half hour and do the many and at the same time assist in other things that "Whang-Doodle- " maintaining order, and thus ingenuity required of them. work of usefulness came in their If one happened to remain out a rather as an incident than as a "Whang" part of their original purpose. little late, the shout of The organization continued Do not understand that they de- would cause him to dart away as way, I told them I believed with voted themselves primarially or if pursued by death. the alternative before me, I alive and active until late in the altogether to this work. Far Now, after reading so much, would be conscripted; and so sometimes as Unfrom it. Like our grand-jurie- s LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ionists, sometimes as Southernsomeone may be ready to ask: they conscripted me! now, they claimed an exemption Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One'Million Dollars. "How do you- - know so much The business that night was a ers seeking a late meal or infor themselves. They could deal d Well, charivari of a formation from some unwilling Acta as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Agent Committee and Trustee, a'ndcaa pualif with others with a strong hand, about the organization?" two citizen, 'or asrain as veritable had been couple. There and hold them to a strict ac- I will be frank with you; I was a.3 such in any County in the State. suitors for the lady's hand, and "Whangs" to the mortal terror countability, but this was with conscripted into it! You knowi Pays 3 per cent, per Annum'on Time Dero3lt3. report said the successful man the understanding that they during the war, some went in of Africa. On the evening of not played entirely fair with themselves were to have immu voluntarily, and others, after a had A. G. STITH. Sec, ANGEREUA GRAY, Treas. JOHN STITES. President. the marriage of its Colonel, the his opponent in the course of the nity for misdeeds. Their princi- long time were forced in. 1 was courtship, and her part in it had band assembled for the last time, ple was embodied in something not at home when the society not been that of a "Perdita," so stood beneath his window, sang like this: organized. Sometime after the band had determined to make him a farewell song and then Saving and excepting ourselves, we was do require that all persons id the com- my return home, I happened the evening lively with songs quietly disbanded. Thus passed Main and Depot Streets munity shall behave with proper decoand the harmonious jingle of away this remarkable organizarum and order, and shall refrain from down town one night, and seeW. H. WILSON, Prop. appearing on the streets after 9 o'clock ing a crowd over on a corner of bells, tin pans, etc. tion. It has its history. I have at night. Kegroes found there after The morning after the charivWe cater especially to Columbia and Adair County Folks. not attempted to write it, but the street, I made my way over dark take their lives in their hand. ari, the bridegroom was in town Electric Lights, Baths, and Free SampleRooms. You can well see that with to it in blissful ignorance that very wrathy, and declaring that should this article excite in any thi3 enforced, the nights belong- life or liberty were endangered CENTRALLY LOCATD, he intended to sue "the whole person a desire to know more of ' ed very much to them, and they thereby. I had hardly reached blamed outfit" but he didn't do it, I take the liberty of directing RATES S2.00 PER DAY. 'pleased, and could do as they of the crowd when it. Perhaps, on second thought, them to the venerable" the outskirts : : Kentucky. they did it. They became the Campbellsville, I was Biezed, backed up against he concluded it was too big a of our little city, who shared in autocrats of the organization as the memorable events with which a little locust, and my hands tied job to tackle an town. formidable as the "Whangs." it was connected. William, the Conqueror, organ- behidd me and around the tree. Had he done so, I suppose I ized the Curfew in England, di- There I was aprisoner helpless could have plead the "con To be continued next week. and at the mercy of the "Whang-Doodlesrecting that the ringing of a bell scription act" altho, I rattled What could I do? at eight o'clock everyone should my tin pan like an old veteran. The Church House and lot put out his light and go to bed. Why, nothing, whatever. I just Under the circumstances I could in Columbia, of the United Another "William," the Colonel stood like "Snook" in "Wild not do any less, for, I was in the Brethen, one of the best lots was Western Scenes," when caught of the "Whang-Doodles,- " Farm of 167 acres well service, and subject to the regu they had on one of the best streets in the author of the above require- by the Indians. X knew Located. lations which required each one Columbia. Church House Bran New. ment in regard to the streets of me, and there was no escape. to make all the noise he could. Apply at Would cost to build about $3,000. This Columbia. It made no difference Finally, after disposing of some During the same night, EsOFFICE, TIMES ofProperty will be sold at a to him and his band whether other business, some of the quire Price was captured and Glasgow, Ky. great Sacrifice. Just about they went to bed or not, but ficers came around and examined the oath of loyalty and obedience the value of the lot. If they must stay in especially on me. They called a council of the administered to him, and Dr. s bought Quickly. See nights when the "Whangs" were Chiefs to determene what they Gonsulrarlon Fre 5 Years Practice B. Field had a very narSamuel out. The organization was reg- would do with me. All the time He managed to row escape. Menzies ularly officered. It had its Colo- I stood hugging the tree "with office just in time, and Dr. They finally determen-e- d reach his Captain, my back. nel. Lieutenant-Colone- l, turned and politely invited that I must suffer "conscrip- then OSTeOFftTH and so on down to privates. Jno. the boys in, knowing he was death, and they would W. Suddarth, known then as tion" or safe when in his own castle. Butler B'l'd'g on Public Square. leave it to me to say which. As "Colonel Mullens," was its chief Fortunately the term of conscripCOXAJMBIA. KYi, J. N. Page, under I did not feel ready to die, and tion only" extended one night, officer, while ADAIk COUNTY NEWS $1.50 thenatna of "Hwhdigger," .vas didn,t want to die juss then any and I had but a short service. "WHANG-DOODLES." We Now Have a Full Stock of Binders, Mowers, Rakes and and Repairs, at Reasonable Prices. Full Stock of Wagons, All Sizes, Prices Reasonable We'll say in regard to above that Reasonable Prices in our Judgment can not be offered very long even by ourselves. Will be glad to quote to any of our friends at at time, and still gladder to sell you. 1 w e" out-of-the-w- ay 'Whang-Doodles- evil-dispose- d m m m m m - WOODSON LEWIS, Greensburg, Ky j The Louisville Trust CO, war-appear- ing newly-marrie- i Campbellsville Hotel ; " ex-May- or self-constiut- ed !" FOR SALE. FOR SALE James QUS JEFFRIES. The News, $150 Year. - - "'&& rT - 5rfr & " " vs 8 Hatcher. ADAIR COUNTY N1W3 such picnicera, and "everyone be farmer of Liberty, was here last stowed upon him the praise that week. Mr. Orvel Withers, of Russell hu'J be iCco . meeting of the tax- - Springs, spent July 4th here. A 5a general last-- . Monday. Crops payersmass Taylor county was of Mr. J. W. Roy, of Windsor, a all kinds were being badly to meet at the court-houCasey Co., was here on business through the continued called Campbellsville last Saturday Friday. dcy weather, but at present in afternoon to inaugurate steps for Prof. Walter Wade, of Decaiwmmsk to be considerably of the railroad tur, bought a nice bunch of hogs sJL With plenty of rainfall for the settlement huDg over our of W. N. Emerson, Saturday. sfceert two months, a normal debt which has enterprising citizens for so long. Mr". Willie Vonlinger spent csfeWl will be produced. About Thurmon, of Spring Saturday of the wheat has been Judge I. H. at Somerset. oe-ka- lf yield per acre field, addressed the audience.. it&csshed, and the A number from here attended Our little village post office has the Red Cross Rally, at Jericho, i was not up to some passed years. Fishing Tackle and everything in the lineof .., sold W. S. S. to the value in ex "Set the increase in acreage will the 4th. There.were good speakfor the most ardent deciple of- cess of $65.00 at maturity. This ers present. i2nake ud for the deficit. The -' Isaac Walton. - - . r .oat crop is above an average. exceeds our quota, and if any Uncle Charlie Vonlinger, who Say is satisfactory in quality other rural commuity has more is. a native of Germany, gave a Tennis Rackets and Balls.. f this to its credit, it has not :aod' quantity. White potatoes than Red Cross lecture at Salem not indicate more than one-3i- rf been noted. $10,000 is the goal church Saturday. There was a dd to be reached before 1919. We of a crop, but quite a We carry a Full, and Complete Line of Base Ball Goods, large crowd present. All were gardeners are putting go "over ths top' on all calls. the greatly benefitted by his lecture. Bats and Balls that have the stamp of endorsement and planting. Fruits of Mrs. Junius Miller, Hunting- He served as a Lieutenant in the aat a second approval of the Big Leagues. ?ery variety are neglible. Tak-zfa- g ton, W. Va., is visiting her hus- German army, coming to Amereverything into considera-tio- band's people, here. ica at the age of 24. He has renearly every one will be Miss Frances Miller, the little sided here since. He showed le Bycicles and every accessory needed for jgoepared to stand the rigors of daughter of Rev. Sam Miller and many reasons why he should be repair. We make a specialty of caterjbe coming winter. wife, of Owensboro, ia with her loyal to America yet. . ing to-th- e Athletic organizations of Schools The prospects for obtaining'a grandfather, Mr. J. D. Miller, at There are some who have been sufficient amount of coal for this place. blest with plenty, that have failJjielis not very flattering, but Several of our young men have ed to contribute to the Red Hardware, Stoves, Paints, Roofing and Automobile sveryone has been fully notified been at home for a few days on Cross. The dear old dollar be-. Tires and Accessories. aa to preperation, and with all furloughs. Each one seemed to ing more precious than the lives herwin-Williams ot the warning, we suppose no be very well satisfied with mili of those who had prepared themPaintt Goodrich Tires, Certain-tee- d ane' will be caught napping. get selves for an honorable position, tary life, and are anxious to Roofing. Our second annual Chautau-esru- on the battle front. giving up all, that we may concame to a close at Campells-mll- e Mr. John Miller, who was rais- tinue to dwell in a free land. We the first of week. It is ed here, but moved to Arkansas should be williag to contribute When trading at our store pleaee mention growing in popular favor, as it a number of years ago, is visit- liberally in order that Kaiserism that you saw this advertisement in - the zssare than paid expenses, and ing his relatives here. He has may never enter American soil. -Adair County News. '".rover double the number signed charge of two spoke factories, We should think and act wise at stlie contract for this entertain .which are turning out their out- this dark hour. Woe unto the .nneht next year. The program put for the government. person who stubbornly resists. pleased carried out this season Miss Laura Smythe, of your Rugby. ihe most exacting. Patriotism city, is teachiug school here at was the keynote of the entire the "Oaks" district. She has a We are having plenty' of rain Campbellsville, Kentucky. Bird's patriotism, life certificate, and the patrons igrogram. here now and crop3 are looking rSfee movie lectures, inspiration, of the district ought to feel flat- good. ramaf oratory, mimicry and tered in securing one so well were interspered. qualified to tutor for them. She Wheat threshers are busy now iiterature '.The Sunday program was mod- has enrolled every pupil in the threshing out the biscuits for us ified to Cicet the spirit of the day school boundry, and good work another year and to furnish Monday with large attendance, bread to our soldier boys. Wheat day. Tave it all in all, every-3Ii- e for it to be as bad day as it was. is indicated for the whole term. Is turning out better than we ex pleased. was more than Mrs. Bessie Upchurch under-- , pected it, too The predominant feature of the Group Meeting. Jxathering was the majority of went an operation for appendiWe are all about through harcitis last Tuesday. She withstood vesting hay rf;hose in attendance was from and the crop was Of the Woman's Missionary Society TAKE ROAD5 AS THEY COME ii the ordeal well, and- - is rapidly considerably the cthe rural districts. better than we ofPlaceMethodist Church. Columbia, Methodist Church, recovering. Her husband is sta Ky. ,A majority of our public schools tioned at Camp Taylor as a Y. thought it would be. Pastures , No matter where you drive your exceptionally good Time All day, July 24, 1918. here has been car Racine Country Road and Multi-Mil-e j&ejjan the coming term the first M. C. A. worker. 9:30. Devotion, Rev. L. F. Piercy. Cord tires can be relied upon to take the this year and it is the only year IOjOO. Organization. s?f this month. Reports of 112 Registrants have been re- we ever roads as they come. remember that we could 10:10. Eeports of Auxiliaries of the different schools classified by our local board. 11.00 District Secretary's Message 11:20. Woman's Part in the World's floe not' indicate very active in- Most of them were changed from hire out any pasture. Evangelization, Claud Esters and family visitterest. A strict application of class four to one.- - Class one has Mrs. J. T. Mercer. the compulsory school law would been practically exhausted, and ed on Flat Rock last Saturday 11:35. What is Social Service? Every step in the manufacture is Extra-Teste- d and Sunday. Miss'Mollie Jeffries. . &e productive of good results as ls the board had to resort to other to put extra wear into these tires. Racine 11:50. Our Literature, Mr. and Mrs.-- Willie Bragg, of .to the intelligence of the future classes in ordar to meet the decontain 50 more rubber to meet the Racine Rev. S. G. Shelley. Robber Company's extra test for resistance to side 'citizenship. If more interest is Barren Co., visited relatives 12:00. Lunch. mands of the July call. wear. here last week. , itiot manifested in our educatioAFTERNOON. Racine Country Road Tires the only tires Campbellsville has a new ennal institutions, dire disaster will Every one here has bought W. 1:30. Devotional, Rev. Owen Lee to stand the severe specially built and Extra-Teste- d terprise, i Mr. Sam Bottoms has 1:45. The Mission Study Class Part, service of driving over country roads. the the result. It seems as S. S., and doing our bit against Rev. L. F. Piercy. several hands at work making toCord Tires you'll find them Racine Multi-Mil- e ithough the ones in authority do the Kaiser, 2.00r God's Financial Plan, quality in every sense. real cord tire bacco baskets for loose leaf marMrs..John Murrell. .not care a "continental" if our Tires and Tubes from Buy Racine Extra-Teste- d Your scribe sold one fine barket. He is having them made 2.10. Prajer and Missions, government of freedom becomes row shoat to Mr. Sam Mitchell, Mr3. Holland Simpson. in uniform size and weight. Eossianized. ' Your scribe has Lyon Columbia, last Saturday for 2:20. "MissCrissy," Columbia Y.'P. of " aaa twenty-nv- e years' exper-A Dem2:50. Missionary Society INCORPORATED $25.00. "0-- )j JFonfhiii. onstration, ' ;ience m the Columbia, Kentucky. , C. C.Rowe, Jr., bought of G.' sua ., Columbia Juniors. discuss the trend of the tcan 3:35. Reports of Committees. For your own protection B W, Curry, a few days ..ago, one ' ' Mr, Bill Wilson was at fCain certain every Racine Tire kames. Minutes. . oa bay bean the name fine cow for $100. , town last week., . Adjournment. CampRACINE RUBBER COMPANY .H. .Hiss Annie MaryHisen, Rev. ,1). L. Vance preached an This Group includes the following rlb$llsville, is the pleasant guest Mr; D. C. Hopper, a prominent interesting RACINE, WIS. discoursev,at Breed Auxiliaries: Columbia, Tabor, Clear lumber dealer of this town, was Miss Susie Wade, of this Spring, Breeding, Grady ville, Pleasant at Burnside a few days of last ing last Sunday to a "large con- Ridge, Pickett's Chapel, Maple Hill, .,iiace, this week. They have Ezsrarzs gregation of people. Summer Shade, Hogard's Chapel, In"week. ,. been associated with each other Mt. Carmel, dependence, Milltown, Several from here attended Cane Yalley, and Glensfork. Mr. Carl Rexroat visited relaAn. High School, for several years Every Auxiliary send representadiscourse deliver.and will both graduate the com- - tives, near Campbellsville last the Patriortic tives. All welcome. ed at Independence on last SatMrs. S. G. Shelley, week. :ing term. 823 urday night by Rev. Wrentmore. District Sectary. Campbell Wade, a young man Mr. J. T. Bradshaw and wife, The protracted meeting con'Of irreproachable character, and of Eunice, was mingling with The Summer Shade school district, s ducted by Rev. Ashby and in Green county, just over the Adair recent graduate of the Graded old friends here Saturday. .at. is progressing nicely, with county,-line- , purchased fourvthousand ..School, left for Louisville, this Prof. Dewey Luttrell left last several conversions. and seventy dollars j?orth of war f saving stamps. The school is located .week, io accept a lucrative pos- week, for the naval training staW. J. Bean and family were in what is known as the Squire's ition with a business corporation. tion at Great Lakes. neighborhood. If the school districts in Columbia last Friday and SatTSJ in Adair county would come up as & A number of our best young Mr. C. C. Holt, of Jamestown, urday. SA well as the above named the county people of this vicinity spent a was here last week. would soon be over the top. , piesant day at Griffin Spring Mr. Logan Brown. ,oiCincin-inat- i, Mrs. Bob Simpson, who- ha"3 been on the sick list- for- - several Thursday. Col. R. L. Faulkner, Ohio, visited here last week. days,-i" The Adair County News, thibig-hearte- d s some better. American, Butcher, a prominent $1.50 per year; IiST TBQE. OSTEWS. Schools commenced here .last usual hospitality to d.-daf-ifect- ed se SP0R11G GOODS, - t vk- - Nets ,-- -- num-&ec- of -- a, -- By-cic- -S- -- t " - - a. - --- -- S. M. Sanders & Co. EXTRA TESTED -- -- 3 TO nt RACINE C"5t"?? TIRES side-wal- ' Buchanan Company, -- school-room,-a- nd -- x-j- pt 22ZD Jag-ger- TTH fa ' -- - ex-tended-his Mr-Ber- t . a. ADYERTISE -- i