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Felix Eoyse, John Eose and Charles T Powell, who were sworn into the service here nineteen months ago, and who went to a training camp and were afterward sent to France, returned last Friday afternoon hale and hearty. They left here together, entered the same company and have been together all the time. They were in France eleven months and were in the thickest of the fighting. Every body was glad to see them. Geo. Brockman, Luther Redman, Tom Cabbell, Welby Holmes, Charles Tupman, who went overseas and was in the fighting, reached home a few days ago. Holmes was at first reported killed but it turned out that he was only slightly wounded. Tupman was also wounded. A ball passed through his chin, and he lost all his lower teeth. The boys were looking well, glad to get home, and everybody was anxious to see them. Every Dud ley and Charles Franklin who were in the service but did not go over, also arrived. Subscribed Liberally Strive to open doors of education that negroes may get proper training. ' A great interest was developed in tbe Financial Drive for State University, to raise $10,000 to meet the generous offer of Dr. J. S. Anderson, of Somerset, Ky., to give 330,000 for a new building and other improvements provided 81OJ00O was raised by the people. Seriously Hurt. Mr. John Eule, an aged gentleman,-father-in-la- OFFICIAL CALL FOR COUNTY MASS REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. EVEN LIGHT TASKS PROVED A BURDEN. Mrs. Guinn So Nervous Life Was - t Thousands of People Here to See A,rP,ane wn,cn Jarea Over the Town and County. of Mr. S. C. Neat, county county clerk, was seriously hurt at To the Fair Grounds last Thursday afternoon. He was standing close to the OTHER COUNTIES WERE REPRESENTED. Trutona. The people of Columbia knowing The Liberty Loan drive pulled oil that education is so essential to ones here last Thursday was a success in life and to his well being as a citizens, Louisville, Ky., Apr., 28 Mrsw. so far as getting the people together. 'responded generously to the call by n Lana Guinn, a Louisville The crowd was notified to be at the contributing 869.74. woman of 2514 Woodlawn avenue, has? Fair Grounds at 10 a. m., and at that Of this amount Judge Jones and recently recovered from an illness of time the amphitheater and grounds family gave $10 and Judge Hurt $5. long duration through use of Trutona,,,, were swarming with humanity. But Total contributed by the white friends the perfect tonic. the airplane was not on time, having $40-1given by the colored Amount "1 suffered from nervous indigestion met with an accident, in starting people $29. constipation and loss of appetite," from Camp Taylor, and it was between Eev. T. B. Lasley pastor of trie Bap she said. "I was so nervous at times 1 and 2 o'clock before it was observed tist church wishes to extend special that I could hardly tolerate anybody's approaching the grounds. When it presence in the house. I couldn't thanks to both white and colored came in sight all heads were up, and friends for their liberal contribution. sleep at night. Naturally I never felt for some minutes there were continHe also extend thanks to the people like doing even the smallest houseuous cries, "Yonder it is," "Here it of his church at Pleasant Hill, Green work tasks. comes." It soared for some time over r,Bub I feel like a woman made over county, for contributing 825.00. the grounds and town, and then to May the Lord bless the cheerful again, since taking Trutona. It has the lighting place on Mr. E. F. Notice of Election. Mickey accomplished the most wonderful regiver. Howe's farm, beyond the bridge. sults in my case. My husband thinks While the engine tank was being rea& By an order of the Adair Fiscal Mickey is an eight course banMarried at the Dormitory, Trutona has performed miracles for filled the speaking commenced from Court, entered at the April term quet of entertainment. Don't ask me. I think it's the most wonderful a stand in front of the amphitheater.- thereof, 1919. An election will be us to classify it.. It can't be done. On Sunday afternoon April 20th, medicine in the world. Trutona will The first speaker was Sergeant Ben held on Saturday, May the 31st, 1919, Every element that ever went into do everything that is claimed for it." E. Murray, of Cane Val- at the various voting precincts in Worley, who was followed by Dr. Mrs. Guinn is only one of hundreds Charles Welch, both speakers being composition of a picture "Mickey" ley, and Mr. Geo. C. Garrison, of Jthis Adair county, for the purpose of subLindsey-Wilso- n of people who have found never hoped from Louisville. They were intro is a Comedy-- but 'It's place, drove to the it's more-mitting to the Voters of said County, for relief through Trutona. The per- duced by Judge W. W. Jones. The Melodrama" but it's more. It's Dormitory and were united in marri- the question of whether a tax of 20cts, age by Rev. E. Y. Bennett. A nun feet tonic is without a peer as a re26-first speaker spent seven months in Romance but on the hundred dollars on all property it's more. "It's a ber of pupils witnessed constructive tonic following attacks ceremony. subject by law to local taxation, shall the France and was often on the firing Western"-b- ut it's more. It's "Mickey" of pneumonia, influenza, hard colds The bride is a daughter of Mr. add be levied for a term cf Five years, for line. He told his story in an interestWell, it's "MICKEY." See it may Mrs. L. P. Murray, and was one of Mickey is what you willcall a real and the like. ing and patriotic manner, and his the improvement or construction of Trutona is now being introduced praise of the heroic Americans who 9 and 10th, Paramount Theatre. Cane Valley's popular young ladles. the public roads .and bridges of the Picture. See it May 9 andKlOth, Paragroom is a very excellent young County, either or both as the Fiscal and in Columbia at The Paull Drug The were in the thickest of the fighting mount Theatre. Mr. T. E Wagge'ner received a let- man, one who Co, Adv. has many friends. They Court may direct. was lustily cheered. His story of the ter from Mr C. S. Harris a few days will reside at the Garrison home, dead, wounded and maimed was paWill NotgCome. Cortez Sanders, There are twenty-eigh- t students in ago. The letter stated that all the this city. thetic, bringing tears to many hearers. Sheriff Adair County. Georgetown College who will finish in family had landed in West At the conclusion of his speech Dr. Harris Eev. E. H. Blakeman, of Bloom-fiel- June. Lawrence C. Sullivan, of Eus-se- ll Point, Miss , save John A. and Jo, "Mickey" Attention HicKory Spokes Wanted Welch took the stand and began his Ky., who accepted a call to the Springs, who was in the Lindsey-V- v and that they were all perfectly, den address, but before he had spoken ten pastorate of Columbia, Zion and Like a mountain breeze' on a ilson several years, is one of the lighted. He further stated that he minutes the airplane again made its 30 in long 15.00 P. M. Baptist Churches, hasjreconsi-dere- d number. Sullivan also pitched a fine sultry day welcomed as the news liked his land purchase better every appearance, and it was Impossible for and declines to accept. He game of ball a few days ago. George1 26 in. long $13.00 P. M. he saw it; that he had grass of an Allied drive spontanious as as good a speaker as he Is to hold the time writes a member of the the Church town met the Tigers of Tennessee, I 30 in. long $20.00 P.M. enough now for two hundred head of a new star who hasn't learned crowd, and it left the stand for the here that it would cost considerable defeating them, the score standing 5 2 26 in. long $15.00 P. M. cattle. He further stated that James how to get a $1,000,000 contract grounds. After so long a time the for him to remove his family, and to 4. Lawrence's friends here will be Diddle had sold his farm for a nice Hickory and White Oak Spokes. crowd again came together and the as refreshing as only a clean, that the Church at Bloomfield was so glad to read of his success. profit, and that he would reinvest in 16 in long $35.00 P. M. 3 speaker concluded, though he could anxious for him to remain that his well developed picture can be--that another. i6 in. long $40.00 P. M. not speak, for the confusion, with any salary had been raised to twojthousand Farms For Sale. 3 Mickey. See it May 9 and degree of satisfaction to himself nor dollars. Call We bay several other kinds. Miss Eose Hunn, Mr. J. O. Russell 10th, Paramount Mr. Farmer: Theatre. the audience. People were continu- and Mr. John Lee Walker are recipand-ge- t Come to Clark County Indiana, jast our bill. Lieutenant Smith Gill, who is just ously walking upon the floor ofj the ients of unique presents from Doc across the Ohio river from Louisville, This week Mr. J. S. Breeding will Norman Morrison, from France, exhibited a pair of amphitheater and babies were crying. Walker, who is a soldier in France. will remove to Bomar Heights, and wooden slippers, nicely decorated, at and buy your farm. With the Adair Spoke Co. Buying bonds and why they should Miss Hunn's present is a fancy pair of Limestone, blue grass, orchardgrass occupy the residence he purchased this office, last Wednesday. It is a 26-be purchased were the ."principal wooden slippers, the two gentlemen from Mr. J. A. English, Miss Mollie small size and he secured them in and tobacco soil, Good markets, good themes of the speakers, and their ap- receiving brass cigar lighters. Upon Caldwell will remove to her residence The number of people in Columbia France. They are quite a curiosity. roads, excellent schools, price $50 tar peals brought good results. The the front of the cigar lighters is a vacated by Breeding, and Dr. H. W. and at the Fair Grounds and in the Women and children both wear this 150 per acre. amount raised, sixty thousand dol- picture of Gen. Fosch. They carry White SMcCuIIough Depp will remove to his property va- field where the airplane lit.last Thurs- style. Upper in France. lars To this add four thousand six benzine which is iginited.by electrici408 Spring Street day, Is variously estimated, from cated by Miss Caldwell. hundred that had been subscribed a ty. Jeffersonville, Indiana. Attention Farmers. 3,500 to 6,000. The people were so '. day or two before the meeting and 2)", esWheat wanted. scattered that It was impossible to Mr. J. C. Strange has been appointyou have sixty-fou- r We are in the market for a thousandix huntimate with any de4gree of accuracy. ed Town Marshal of Columbia and he Mr, J. B. Burton, (Scrutch) who dred of the ninety-eigthousand limited amount ofwheat. Far I Will pay $2.25 cash for Mrs. Jas. Garnett, Louisville, met has qualified, and begun his duties sells goods at Purdy, met with a. that the county has to raise.3The mers who have wheat to sell,see stroke of paralysis last Sunday week. solicitors, numbering fifteenlor J twen- Monday this week. He will be deligent, Wheat delivered at G. M. Stev- with an accident last Friday. -- She us before selling Elsewhere. We He is in very bad good condition; can and in his efforts to enforce the ordity, now see their way clear to "go enson's Garage, Columbia, Ky. fell down a pair of steps at her home, not handle himself. Drs. pliller and over the top." Quite a number of la- nances, he should have the unqualif- 26-- 2t spraining one of her ankles. Her Co- will make it to your interest. S. E. Shively. Myers-Barge- r, ied endorsement of all good citizen s. Eussell are the attending physicians. dies were active during the day, and lumbia friends hope she Is not seriousMr. Burton is a good citizen and hla also fifteen or twenty gentlemen. It Columbia, Ky. Lieutenant Smith Gill, who is now ly Kurt. Mrs Annie Downtain, who before many friends hope that he will rei. is impossible to get all the names of 24-- 4t her last marriage was Mrs. W. E at home, on a furlough, was in France "Jas. H. Edwards, of Louisville, cover. the solicitors, but they all did good Frazier, met with a stroke of paraly- seven months, and was on the firing boueht of D. E. Phelps and Eugene work. Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman, Goto Sunday-Schoo- l. says that during I Mrs. S. P. Miller while out gather-insis at her home in Oklahoma. Her line ten days. He Grasham, last week, 300 hogs at 17 of this place, was the largest subscrithe time he was in France Doc Waleggs, fell from a ladder, a ring on face is disfigured and she has lost one cents. The hogs will be shipped to ber. She purchased ffve thousand The first Sunday in May will be her left hand catching on a nail, and ker was the only Adair county soldier .eye. Her daughters, who are living the Louisville market. dollars worth of bonds. "Go to Sunday school Day," and every her finger was almost severed. Her he saw. here, have been notified. The local ofiicers of the drive are body, old and young, are requested to son, Dr. O. P. Miller, had to take a "Mickey" Norman Christie and a young Mr. G. E". Eeed, District Chairman; T. E. attend their respective schools The number of stitches, Wanted teams, 25, to haul lum. Mickey is some of those rare ComParson, have been fishing with a trot Jeffries, County Chairman; John Lee Secretary of each school is requested ber from Walker Bryant's yard on lineattheBig Eock-- Last WednesMay 9 to send the number in attendance to Notice. Walker, Sales Director; J. C. Strange, edies that you will like, 'See it Willie Holt's farm to Columbia. day morning they brought to Colum- and 10th, Paramount Theatre. Publicity Chairman. office early Monday morning folthis W. B. Helnvdentist, of Greenburgr, Sandusky & Young. bia a catfish that weighed 12 pounds. lowing. The route laid down for the plane will extract teeth with gas. 27-This is the best catch of the season. was from Camp Taylor to Columbia, Frost and ice last Saturday mornDr:W. B. Helm, Men's high Grade all wool 825.00 ing. Irish potatoes, grapes, strawColumbia to Jamestown and from Greensburg, Ky. For Sale. The Easter egg hunt given by Misses berries and' beans considerably dam- suits at $17.50. Jamestown to Liberty, and from Lib26-J. F. Neat. L. W. Bennett shipped, Saturday, erty back to Columbia. When the Doris and Nina Phelps was well at- ' Dahlia bulbs. "Five and ten cents. aged. , It Is said peaches and apples by the little people of town. 300 hogs to Louisville and 30 cattle to are not all killed. machine left this place in the direc- tended Mrs. J. A. English. Born, to tbe wife of Henry Morgan, Springfield. All had a very delightful. Pearl tion of Jamestown it got out of comThe Adair count? soldieTa whohave April 11th, a fine son William mission, and reaching the Montpelier Bennett won the prize for finding the ' Wanted- - White girl to wait on Goodroads is what makes a county not arrived will evidently be in soon, section, it had to reverse its wings most eggs. prosperous. Adair is asked to vote a as soldiers are arriving ab Camp Taytable. Goodjwages for right party. and sail back in order to reach Camp County court next Monday. Large conditions, of lor weekly where they are being dls-- " small tax to better the Guss Jeffries. Fertilizer. Taylor before night. crowd is expected to be in Columbia. the pudlic highways and she should charged. ' For Hardware, Harness andclotk-in- g, .i Several Grades. Prices $1.30 to $2,55 doit. The missing of Jamestown and LibThere were here from far and near etc. Go to erty was a great disappointment, as Union Store Co. Inc. Lorena Stephens, eight years old'a last Thursday. ' J. F. Neat, near Fair Ground. Cane Valley, Ky. An interesting letter from C..S. nice of Mr. A. W. Tarter, died at thousands of people had gathered at Phone b Harris can be fouii'l on another page. Bliss last Saturday. Jo McGaha has opened a blacksmith these points. ceo vd ate ended the An- immense shop.'back of Goff's store. Every thing fn ,the furniture line These towns will probably be given country jFro'si. sufficient co kill beans and Will pay cash or goods-fos celebraoion at James , ' copy of the News of date has been received at. -NelL '& . Cheath- We want a an opportunity a'littiejater to see a town, last Sunday. A bountiful din: Kother fender .vegetatiqnlast Friday .Bacon.v T'Neat.. . . y- ' '' "26-March 19, 1919. . , morning. plane in action. nerauu sevemuune .laaresses. well-know4. bMiss-Aimte gate, at the breaking up hour, and automobiles were passing out rapidly. A machine driven by Frank Caldwell, of Portland, made too short a turn and Mr. Eule was struck, knocked down and the machine passed over him. He received several bad cuts and was considerably bruised about the body. He was conveyed to Dr. O. P. Miller's office where he was examined and his wounds r dressed. Later he was conveyed to his home, a few miles out of town. It is generally believed that he will recover, though he was suffering greatly Fri day morning, and at best it will be some days before he will be able to walk about his premises. Of course this was an accident which Mr: Caldwell regrets. Fast driving when the highway is congested should not be indulged in. . .Columbia, Ky., Apr. 17, 1919. The Eepublican Electors of Adal County: Pursuant to a call of thejBepubllcan State Central Committee, the Eepublican County Executive Committee hereby directs that a Mass Convention be held at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, at One o'clock, p. m., StandardlTime, on Saturday, May 10, 1919. Said Mass Convention is for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the State Convention be held 1n the City of Lexington, Kentucky, at Two o'clock, p. m., Standard time Wednesday May 14, 1919. Said State Convention is for the purpose of adopting Z a platform embodying the principles upon which the Republican party and its nominees will ask the support of the electors of Kentucky at the November election 1919. The Eepublican electors of Adair County, and all other electors without regard to past political affiliation who believe in the principles of the Eepublican Party and endorse its policies are cordially invited to unite under this call in theseIection of delegates to said State Convention. The form of voting insaid County Mass Conuentlon shall beiva voca. Sam Lewis, Chairman. W. T. Price, Secretary. 3t Almost Unendurabl- e- Aided by d, Mill-tow- 11-2- x1 -2 11-2x- 1- -2 13-4x- 31-2x- 1- -2 7-8- x4 2t ht g 2t 25-3- m 2t Ar-ve- st. 27-2- Odd-Fellow- V'r -'-'-- r - i - 2t k ! v re 'f!' xKf N r& Neckenick, Germany. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ON0ITI0N IF CHAOS Dear Mamma and Papa. I received a letter from you yesterday and also one from Fan, saying they were expecting Mont home soon, and too I had a letter from Katy. You ask me about Finis Pike, I hav'nt seen him since I left Camp Shelby, and havn't heard from Robert Henson since he was carried to the hospital. I don't think he was seriously wounded, only a shot in the hand. I guess he is on his way home by this time. You asked me if I was well, yes I have never been sick any since I have been over here. The only thing, I did have a few cooties when I came from the front, but we were all sent to the Delouser two or three times and that ended that ha. You spoke of being uneasy about me while we were staying with the Germans, no there is not any danger they treated us allright. Well, being as you want to know as bad about where I have been and the fronts that I was on, I will try to tell you a little and also send you a paper that tells you about the fronts that I was on. I left Mississippi June 3rd, arrived at Camp Merritt June 7th. We were loaded on ships at 12 o'clock June 11th but did not sail until noon next day. We were oh waters thirteen days arriving at Liverpool on Sunday June 25th. The next day went to South Hampton, left there for France June 28th and crossed the English channel that night arrived at Hause the next day. Then hiked three miles to a camp on a hill. We left there the next day for classification camps at St. Aignon arrived m m m m tSIEATERTHAN PRESENT CANNOT BE IMAGINED William lewis, 1833. WOODgON LEWIS. 1919 WOODSON LEWIS m$m) j -- Has Greatest Op- portunity bt Oanjer. ERshop Anderson at Cincinnati Convention Declares It Not 'Strange Bolshevism Should Have Come Out of Russia. xEnduring Peace Only on --Christian Basis. -- Cincinnati, April 12. "Such a day 33f opportunity has never dawned ir Cihe history of the Trorld." declar' "SJishop William F. Anderson of IMethodist Episcopal church, address-3na large Centenary audience at a nsoB&iwestern Ohio convention, kere Friday evening. B&hop Anderson, who is in charge cat iius Methodist field in Ohio, Kentucky, has spent several in Europe and North Africa ? r'vrif ;A aiember of a commission the results of the world war aaalhe .opportunities growing out of jpszsenL conditions. He returned to ifccs 33nited States last week. "Humanity, with a dim but growing Vision of God before its eyes, is coming to its own. It is su4k an oppor for the Christian forces as has never before dawned in human said Bishop Anderson, continuing: '"Grasped and wisely directed, .4his situation may be made to carry civilization a "thousand years toward divine goal within this genBits far-oeration; forgotten or neglected, and die forces of progress will drag wearily on, ending in the defeat of vChrist's redemptive purpose for years years to come." "It is as clear as anything can be of the future of that the m 1j m m m m m m m m www S clos-jgn- g Indi-jpas..3- m 5 Vi sur-cteai- E THRESHERS are the Standard crop. of the World. The outlook is for a large wheat Guaranteed. -- A Good Price is his-xary- ," -- ff well-bein- g S e'Us In Tim And Plac Order To B f Early For A New Case Outfit In E ay F or Th Threshing Season. I c k ). m m m We Will Make The Terms To Suit You. there at 3 a. m. Monday. On BISHOP ANDERSON. . smankind is absolutely dependent upon he application of the interpretation ,at life, which regards it as a sacred rust from God to be consecrated to jmora! ax J spiritual purposes,." de- "One can not contemplate the condition of European nations today witho'it recurrence in this thought shell holes and barb wire en- er it was one of ours. We were from the front, was still there vo that description of the physical tanglements, as far as I could on the front line from Oct. 3rd, when the Armistice was signed, world contained in the first chapter , of Genesis, 'The earth was without 11 day, 11 month and 11 hour. see. We were all night Sunday to Oct. 27th, most of the time. form and void and darkness was upon night, but got through at sunset They would often tear out some We left there Nov. 14th hiking of the deep.' A condition of greater chaos than now exists could Monday. We then pitched tents awful holes close to us. We toward Germany, hiked through hardly be imagined. Victorious armies and stayed all night. The next would dig us holes in the ground Lorraine that little disputed vthai stand for the principles of and the conclusions of morning we went to Montif au-ca- for protection but the shells hit country you've heard so much Cor-Bopeace conferences if they arrive at There is where I first saw mighty close some time. afford temporary relief, about. We kiked to Gaudern i but tthe basic principle of society is They would shell Many time I have held my Velianes then to Perl Germany. shells fail. on. the Christian principle of service. "It is net strange that such a move- We left there Aug. 10th. on that place every day about meal breath thinking they were going We crossed the Moselle lines and ment as iclshevism should have time. to hit the hole I was in. We spent a night at Castel with .come. "'t of Russia," said Bishop An- - our way to the front, went first .. erat-"Itucs:a has been brutally to Marsonv stayed' a few days There had once been a town called them s. some uermans, hiked all day The victory of Germany vic- - then to a woods, pitched our but they had shelled it so manv was not a. military If one were to make any noise Dec. 2nd, spent the night at (i .story. It was a victory of deception times it did not. look like there at night a sniper would begin Schomerich then Dec. 3rd, to stayed a little more than a and' aihicancry The Russian soldiers tents had ever been a town there. shooting with a machine gun. Mohdern a big town then on to fight with but stone ihaE nothing to week. and icks and their fists. Is it any Aug. 26th we moved again But that is about the way all the - worn., that they became desperate? Several of oar boys were knock-edo- ut Kell. fighting was. ""Russia needs a rational rallying" Next Dec. 4th, hiked to while on our way saw a German town are where the on this time, We were repoint; needs sympathy and- direction. Mouti-fauca- n, Oct. 2nd, was still at Dec. 5th, to Allenback, "Thc'immediate solution of these prob- - aireplane bring down one of our lieved Oct. 8th, went back for a ; Jems from a militaristic point of view way saw another German little rest, Oct. 12, was my Dec. 6, to Luffeneiller, Dec. 7, j.isiin the hands of the strategists of balloons, it burned on its '.the allied armies. But the remedy down. The man that was in it airplane bring down one of our birthday you know, we went to uniumDaonen ana on ana on which comes from the long look at tha conditions of Europe is not mili- - came down in a parachute, but observation balloons, but they back to the front that night, but until we reached the Rhine at .taristic, but moral and spiritual." they got the aireplane with anti- made it hot for him, before he did not get to the front line until Hackarack. Dec. 14, went to ' iSishep Anderson declared. th? the next day 11 a. m. We began to J Oberwesel, we hiked down the Tifethodist Centenary movement had aircraft gun. This was some dis- got back on his side. been bom to furnish the principles tance behind the line. They shell in lots that night, dig our implacements for our t side of the river Rhine all the of permanent and enduring peace in air-raithat we were on reserve at this place. guns and the German an Accautre time until we reached Coblenz, I saw some more rthe gift of the gospel to men and .nations. "The problem of life is too same P. M, which was awful. Were left there Oct. 3rd, at attack. They sure did put over Dec. 15th. i much for human thinking and human ..aaitavor. Christ aleae is adequate We stopped and got shelter, until night, went only a short distance a barage on us, but they had to Then to Bappard Dec 16, we 1 to the situation," he said. retreat all along. left there crossed the Moselle Tweaty-fix- e million of the hundred- - it was over. I crawled under and stayed until 4 a. m. .i&vA fifteen million to be raised by one of the carts. Then the artillery began to put We got something to eat most river spent the night two miles ttke Metheiist Episcopal church in its uCenteaary movement is to be deveted Sept. 27, we stayed in our over a barage on the Germans. of the time but sometime they .from Coblenz. rto .vcar reconstruction work in Europe. Americans went over the could not get it to us for the Dec. 17, ontoNickenichwhere Tony million to religious and civic tents as it rained all day, Sept. The work in the United States and 'forty 20, we started again about dark, top, and we took our position enemy shelling so sometime. We we are now. We had a pretty t million to carrying the Christian mes-eg- e hiked all night through a. mist of with ouf Co., in the front lines would run short of water and long hike of three hundred and of brotherhood and enlightep--raneto the hundreds of millions rain. We passed over what is then I saw one airplane hit with have to drink from shell holes fifty miles. tudo now possess no conception of )Tthiwe ideas. called dead man's hill or no a shrapnel a direct hit and it but not often. Well this is all I can tell this of the Centenary has grswn Out It4 "was terrible to. sure did - come to the ground 27 were relieved, went time. The paper will show you Oct. man's. lana a& laterckurcb. aoveeaent, with sbki- do. not know wheth back to Velsinsa quite a distance! about the fronts the some-faat- . aiEg, but iftclrtiBC wactiMlzr kit through &S' it WIS full Of first one Sels-Sur-Cher clared the bishop. ths-Xac- e cy July 2nd we left there hiked up the channel about ten miles, We stayed there three weeks. They had a big day there July 4th, (children's day.) I then found that Mont Page was at St. Aignon, the place I had just left Robt. Henson and I got a pass and went back and spent a night with him. July 24, We left went to a Marine camp at Bron, K. m. which is about twenty-tw- o .from Paris. We were there until Aug. 3rd. n Then we went to where we joined the 3rd, divisiSels-Sur-Ch- er. WOODSON GRJEENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. m m m M1M1H1M1M WMWmWMWMMMFMFMM n. was on was St Mihiel next Verdun sector, and Argonne Munse. I will think of the rest by the time I get home, if this is not already enough, Love to all. Pvt, William M. Hancock, Co. B. 8th M. G. Bn. A. E. F. , AUCTIONEER Business Solicited ADAIR and ADJOINING COUNTIES fox-hole- victi-.-jisn- l. .v-erlRusri- Her-meske- ll, -- - J. M. WOLFORD, CASEY CREEK, KY. SUEGEONS agree that In cases of ds Gats, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most im-- i portant. When an EFFICIENT an tiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of inflection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on manor beast, BOROZONE is the-- -- IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL-- ! ING AGENT. Buy it now and bel ready for an emergency. Sold by Adv. Paull Drug Co. another car load of Oates. If you want any call at once. nt I have J. B. Barbee. -- J. Q?MtMlk liMMJMglMi J I ; Tfc I The News $1.50 and $2.00. 3. S THE AtfAIR? GOUNTY, NEWS Arbatr, France. And Then He Saw the Point! ( SERVICE IN Wm PUNNET - t x. "Green-Sea-- . repair hills -- .. House-owne- rs your house and save l V iiitiii--'. i . VvTi... Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. xSSxSS Campbellsville Hotel W. H.WILSON, 'Prop. i before July, but that is not long " and you must not worry for I will come bye and bye. Of course Formula on I want to come home. I would RlUBEB Every Package give almost anything to be there, but I can't make any kick for 1 have certainly been blessed with health since I have been over SOLD BY THE JEFFRIES HDW. STORE, Columbia, Ky. here. I haven't missed a day from duty on account of sickness y and am in better health EVERYTHING IN than ever before in my life. I weigh about 160 pounds, so you need not worry about me for I will be back some of these days and then what a happy meeting that will be. Some of the boys have gotten their discharges by their people putting Also Ellwood and ;American Fence. in a plea for them over there. We are not doing much now. We drill in the morning and spend the afternoon in playing CO. ball and other games, and we Incorporated have our Y. M. C. A, and music 16 Cast Matkct Street Between First and Brook to help pass off the time, and I Louisville, Ky. thank lots of our officers for they give us the best they have, but there, is no place like home sweet S home, and I long for the day to come when I can be there with you. Tell all the people hello for me, and tell them to write for it is good to hear from them, and don't you forget to write often $ and take good care of our dear little one till I get back. I see Chris Dohoney every few days. ; He is the only one with me from e close to home. You should hear COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. us talking of old times. & 3 I guess I had better close for this time. Answer soon. From one who loves you and thinks of you every day. God bless you all till we meet again in the good Main and Depot Streets -..- know the annoyance and expense of continually paying out money for repair bills, but by using Hanna's Green Seal Paint on their property occasionally, these bills can be done away with to a large extent. Any surface, if left to itself and not properly painted, is bound to decay sooner or later, whereas a coat or two of paint at reasonable intervals will prepare it to withstand all the ravages of time and wet weather, v-v .-- March 4, 1919. Mrs. Linnie Thomas: Dear wife and little son, and all the folks at home: How are you all by now, well I hope? This leaves me well and getting along all right and en- joying good health, if nothing else. How is everybody getting along back there, everybody -- 'ss sis? ia TRcT i DID OTHERS. J THE ANekn TOX VOU THE K public J THKTS . SwSStoh of i g gfeCAN L pu$UC THETCSTOF WtU-STAttDl Si SENSE IS . BY RURAL PROGRAM? Old-Time r? J "Country Parsoa" te Passing, Centenary Survey Emphasizes That Church ust Minister io" All rhases of very Da Lk ral Life. Saving children from infan' 'c pa ralysis, hogs from hog cholf i aneffi crops from insect pests are -- .lursraf services." So the new church, the regenerated church of the reconstruction "service" in the sutaS districts of America. The "country parsx r is passing. In his stead comes the man 'ho knows what to do not only a .UJt v Bible and a hymn book, but .'ih a potato bug, a family quarrel, bad road and a shortage of seed cc a.. The church as a factor in tlw sc- cial, political and economic Hy cL' the rural district; religion as- pnsr--tic- al as well as spiritual serrfC". are not experiments. The new turch t and the new pastor have' ;.xnred:I themselves and found themsel :s at the same time. Take the story of Latevillej Holmes county, Ohio. Fresh from his theological t" dies, Charles M. McConnell went to xzie?-vi- lle five years ago as pastor etvthe Methodist church there. McConnell was sent to To. 'e iI5l because the Methodist board c. Sim- day schools chose it as the l&ssv. IF YOU promising "charge" tbey ceuld the board wantedto eXperiKst it Ij The new pastor found a. moid 7: - ii2 FRANCE church and an epidemic of I205 rtol T THAT. W6HT era. McConnell preached dycalc-sermons- . IS IT WORTH ANYBut he did not negleca. to send to the State University; Zorz THING TO YMJ THAT cholera serum. YOUR HOME Two members of the church stor. e&EH DESTROYED some boys later, and conTrsationu. veered to the pastor. One was. iu blous about his theology. "I don't know about his tfioidgr.'" said the other, "but I do know tliftl he saved my hogs. I'm for hlra."' An old church building was Xcbt" sale at Killbuck, 22 miles away. McConnell bought It in at ancHon lor $448, hauled it to Lakeville; aiui't in December it was dedicated as tlie Lakeville Memorial Hall, to the-- h2jt: old-tim- well, I hope? I received your letter that was written Feb. 1th, and was glad to hear that you all were well and I also received one from sister. Well, I don't know tthen I will get to come home, but don't think now that I will get to come 1 e - - PiibIiI m& IH . -- - I -- -- -- to-da- ROOFING Sfel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS.. And Then He Saw the Point! r ; - IT TAK 5EEHS A TIME v TO K-- tons 9Ki - TO J ' FOR TWS WA8. oevftsweD you We5m . I HAffl y' -- -- 1 $Si $S$ T. PRICE W. $$ METHODIST CENTENARY. RURAL CHURCH PROGRAM. i U Better rural churches--Establishmen- t of effective training schools for rural church Isad- - SURETY BONDS FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE educational cam- paign to increase ine eniciency oi. the ministry now in service. ' This is how i!:e A nation-vid- e rictr-ddist- a.i.f..db. (.iiuiii five-ye- ar INSURANCE. INSURANCE THAT INSURES ..K.Hiir.n,. . uiuuuaca rural churches in "this fiij?jitic;, nm r m LU I ciiu"-fcc4b- t ' Centenary progr-- - v- who went into service. RED TRIANGLE SERVICE FOR CZECH0-SL0VA- K SOLDIERS old UJ S. A. , We cater especially to Commercial Travellers. ElectricULights, Baths, and Free Sample Rooms; .' RATES S2.00 PER DAY. Private Willie N. Thomas, Co. R 52nd Inft., A. E. F. A. P. 0. 777. Arbatt, France. RiildnccePhone 13 B Jampbellsville, eniucky. Business Phne 13 LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S Suits and Clothing Dry Cleaned and Pressed. PROMPT SERVICE AND SATISFACTION. v DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST; mmmmmmmimmm w?' 'V7, x-- v. j&m. :iy jtw ja...?.'-?- ' .zv'Va-"'jc- m.r. .:.:-- . STy.-. :: k vwm- ."."vir :mr. snmw .v. r hbbvi 'a i bw-Bi'w.v-.- i . at.-- K-iP i jr. v fr.j.bMavraaLdHik am w -b .orft :' n imk Office. Fronl rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. HENRY HANCOCK, Columbia, - - - Kentucky. Columbia, - Kentucky The American Y. M. C. A. is now serving the soldiers of the Czecho-Slova- k armies. The picture shows a Red Triangle worker distributing cigarettes to the fighting men of the new republic. ! 3lKX;KXKaSKi KaKKaeK3KK?KKK X X Columbia Barber Shop 5K Di OFFICE 1C4. Eiam Harris DiElSr.TIS.T. Residence Second Floor 123-K UNDERTAKER. I keep on hands I also keep Metallic a full stock of coffins, caskets, Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large caskets. Prompt service night or day. and-robe- This was the, first rural memorial hall ('.'iicattd-anyvherIn the "United States. In the hall is a standard motion' picture outfit. McConnelL an(T twee of his members bought it, projectors-seat- s and all, for $1,100. on their are own responsibility. Pictures shown every Saturday night.. The farmers were' losing mon5 through ignorance of modern agriMcConnell iw cultural methods. ranged with the State TJnivQrsity. far--a series of farmers7 institutes.? The institutes were held in ther church. Better orchards, better cat--, tie, better crops, were the resaite- Through the country arehe-TufniThe of abandoned rural churches'.Lakeville church flourishexi But rural churches can not retain McCon-nell- s at existing rural church salaries. That is the Gordian fcnosli which the Centenary program communities, tei. rural planned to cut. In the1 next five years nearljr of the PI"! 5,000,000 funds pro vided for in tL: world, reconstructiffri program of the Methodist Centenary' will be spent to put such a man. tctf every rural center in the country.. Ixcn the Cincinnati area of the Methodists Missionary Centenary (Ohio, south- -' ern Indiana andi Kentucky X' afnrosti mnilbn'Wlll be spent byr-tf Centenary out of the total o isot than tv'o times that sum. called! for"? oy ine survey. V5 for-Amerl- can fH,--000,00- one-hal- - ! TO AID VICTORY LOAN Methodist Centenary Forced Are to Aid 5overnment In Its Big Drr.e-- . ' The machinery of the great. SYeti- -' bdist 'Missionary Centenary movement Is to aid the government- - ifMtsAIe-torLiberty Loan, campaigns Oris--, inally the Intensive dxiv& of the 5125,-- D0 0,000 church caspaign was scksd- uled 'for dates h"0W included In !& loan. d.ates, but as aeon as the da4 fe? this Ioaa were txt titer CenW-nar-y 6cials sat wJrfi to Secretary oi taa Tmaury, Mr. Glasfc, offergp-- , tlw servi.of tie In. puttlnjr oyfer, tlwrvernMfcr. pafgn first. TUf jrtil put at tie posan or tne gorernBaeat the aiioC' one dl'the gteatesf churck oftta-tlp- ns over formed la. AawrkCrW. church IntenBlve drive -- " frffcii' -y -- OFFICE: Residence Phone, 29. J. F. TRIPLETT, I" Office Phone, 168. Columbia, S5 LOY v : Cor. Main and Depot Sts OATVCPBEX-VTXlDK- Ky , 3c X.O-VVK- ICY. Administer X ASanltary Shop, where both Satisfactionand GratiGcation are Guaranteed. X a Work. 5K Loealand General lAnesthetics Give us a Trial and be Convinced. ? For Saje. flTra fegSBfaM ftVVItevaBi VVJwSSbHPSBI tl K HVnB7w&aLvV4&M 3 vi A Field of Satisfaction Because He Sowed "THE SUHg OROWIW8 KIHB" Ik IR& . , Pure Bred Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs $2.00 for 15 prepaid. W. D. Murrah, 20-8- 'i , . t1 Give Us Your Order for that Job Work. Up-to-da- te t Elkhorn, rm Tiey'prodiice better wlU convlnceToiu Ask your dealer. crxHH. Yaar&tstowiag r-- j A Ky. totHSVeiLC SEgD CO!teorrer'..i 'J rf a - I item ilajyitaae. 4 A Adair Goaivtv the adair County news in the old home land. I must 'PsWiskei Or acknowledge the tribute and sentiment Daid me and my fam jlt Colanv6iai Keivtacky. ily on our departure as an exBrigade", Sand at the start there pression of genuine love and es MRS. DAISY HAHLEH, Manager. teem, and if I could only have were 8,000. had hope of a progressive future In this issue of the News ap for Adair county the attractive Democratic newspaper deroted to the Interest City of Columbia and th seopla of Adair, pears the annoancement of J. R. Cthe fields of Mississippi, with all csd adjoining counties. Garnett of Adair county, and C. their promise of reward, would HaskelllMiller ofJMetcalfe coun not have moved me. I have no as second ty, each seeking the democratic complaint against Entered at the Columba the old home. IMS mail matter. Kentucky I iove its hills, its hollows, and nomination!for the C State Senate from this the 19th, best of all its people, but I was WED.APKLL. 30, 1919 Senatorial .District composed of out of harmony with public senAdair, Barren and Metcalfe timent and I felt it best for me, The News does "not and, Adair as well, that I should Subscription Price 1st fand 2nd Postal Zone. counties. tL peryer. desire toltell the people of the no more agitate, aggravate and All Zones beyond 2nd $2.00 per year All Subscription due and Payablclin Advance District whom they should nomdisturb the peace and quietude inate for this important office, of so good a community. but believing'in the time honorhere, but I am a ., precedentsjand principles of the hand of welcome has been ed democracy and rotation, it extended to my family and I see county's no reason why we can not enjoy is Adair timegto furdiah the democratic life and be happy and contented candidate forjthe (State Senate. here where as good people dwell Edmonton News, as any place in America. We have a great country in lands, from C. S. Harris. people and climate and when the Advertising Rates. analysis of the South has been Apr. 21, West PointJMiss., made public it will be shown Obituaries are not news items. All news items are gladly received and Editor News: that the black belt the prairie published free. Under an "indirect, promise I of Mississippi and Alabama comObituaries, 5 cts, per line up to 20 lines. More than 20 lines 20cts per am now penning my first mes- prising only a few counties, is inch single column. sage to thejreaders of your val- the meadows of the Atlantic and Display advertising 20 to 50 cents uable and interestingHpaper a Gulf country and it is rapidly per inch single col. Lands Local readers: Eight points type, publicationjin which I am deeply coming into its worth. lOcts per line. Heavy 10 point black interested injits welfare and fu- are selling and values advancing, lace type, 14 cents per line. We handle the best grades of all ture usefulness in the country it but still 150 per cent, below kinds-o- f stationary that can be fur- it is serving. jNeedless to say I northern lands of similar merits. nished from the mills at very reason-Abl- e steered its course, backed its ex- Thousands of acres are in alfalfa prices. We guarantee all mail istence and directed its policy where once only cotton or corn orders. Write for samples and prices. from its birthjup to your owner- grew. Improvements in roads SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ship in 1917 a period of even and farms are making rapid $1.50 per year in advance in Adair nuCounty and 1st and 2nd Postal Zones. twenty years, land, in doing' so, strides and the 82.00 per year in advance beyond the opened thejvalve of liberality as merous as they are, and still 2nd Postal Zone. touching the best interest of coming, are not of the drone southern Kentucky and espec- class. I feel that I am in conANNOUNCEMENT. ially Adair county. What The genial company the crowd that News accomplished during that means to build and develop, who FOB STATE SEXATOB. time is not for me to say, but believe, in good roads 'and are what it failed? to secure paved willing to pay the price, and I We are authorized to announce Mr. the waylforjmy departure to the see a bright future for this coun Jas. E. Garnett a Democratic candi balmy Sunny South where the trythe very heart of it all. date for the State Senate in the Disas I pen Clay county, and West Point its trict composed of the counties of mocking bird Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. His this, is makinglmelody with all metropolis, with plenty of rock candidacy is sublecfc to the action of his powersa5.invigorated by cli- roads and three railroads the voters at the August primary. mate, fertile fields and a land passing tnrougn. it is not my budding into wonderful develop- business to meddle in your afFOE STATE SENATOR. ment. The News, born in the fairs, but good will forces me to We are authorized to announce C. most arduous time of our finan- say that unless a change in pubHaskell Millar, of Metcalfe county, a Democratic candidate for the State cial andlpolitical career a child lic conditions in Adair county is Senate, in the district made up of the of my own choosing, whose in- forthcoming that county will counties of Adair, Barren and Met fancy was shrouded m doubt lose many who are needed there. calfe, subject to the action of the and uncertainty, but whose life For twenty years I preached this voters at the August primary. was safeguarded and clothed doctrine and for twenty years with hopes, ambition and integ- we lost our most progressive Have you noticed that those rity, successfully blazed its way young men gone to build the who are opposing the league of to the front rank of Kentucky West. That has been accomnations are political enemies of local newspapers, and I fully be- plished and now they will come the President? lieve gained the confidence and to rebuild the South. A hearty Have you noticed that the en- good will of as many true and support of the extra road tax emies of President Wilson have excellent citizens as any publica- will help more than the ' average charged him with every conceiv- tion in the State. What it cost man figures. Good roads will able crime except failing to win me in time, talent and money hold good citizens and will bring does not concern the public, but in many others to- - your county. the war. I paid a high price involving Later on I will give you other Clark county supporters of R. many years of the best part of items affecting the weath, health C. Oldham, Democratic candi- my life. Those days are in the and happiness of this part of the date for Lieutenant Governor, past; those years and hardships sunny South. May The News have organized a large club, and are marked from the calendar of prosper, may its supporters be it will work diligently for his time, and it is still the only peb- blessed and may Adair county ble on the beach in the good old awaken to its great opportunities, nomination. county of its "birth. Under the and then I may feel like wanderAustria once had Italy by the depressing effects of broadcast ing back to the land I love but throat, now Italy is clamoring financial depression in 1897 and Yours truly. left. for the sams thing that actuated the revolution of the Democratic C. S. Harris. the Austrians years ago. But party, it made its initial bow "there is a Wilson in the pot and and took its chances on the Italy will not be given Flume. HENRY W. DEPP, broad street of honest conviction as a newspaper and a factor in ' Fifteen million five hundred DENTIST the upbuilding and advancement women in the United Am permanently located in Co, thousand of the country it soaght to serve, lumbia. States are now entitled to vote and while I planted the feeble All Classes of Dental work done. Crow in a Presidential election. The sprig of true devotion to public die and Inlay work a Specialty, women vote at this time adds 13 interests and prosperity, I will All Work Guaranteed more electorial votes. rejoice in seeing The News, unOffice: next door to post office. In the fighting at Chateau der your guidance, bloom into IThieray in the month of June, I brilliancy in lifting the ban on The News $1.50 and $2.00. Wednesdays. ttevJs' last year? 126 officers and 5,073 nublic enterprise and DrosDerity men were killed or wounded be fore the end of the month, the fighting beginning June 5. All these men were of the Marine I fr STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE Latest in Capes Waists, Plain and Fancy Dress SilKs. Post-offi- FULL LINE OF SILK HOSIERY New Spring Suits for Men and Boys. new-com- Masterbilt and Feather-Tre- d Shoes. er FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS and DAVENPORTS. Iron Bedsteads, Heavy Enamel. PROGRESS LINE OF RANGE STOVES. Phone No. 12. 4 4 4 4 Albin Murray Columbia, Kentucky Next Door to The Adair County New Office. new-comer- s, 4 4 464"6'4"Q0i649"6"&"fr4e64iig Army Tents I y 4 4 4 4 4 to-da- y, We have Just bought, at Government a large number of army tents, 16x19, like picture; 3 ft. roll up sides, double door flaps. "W1U hold eight cots; some are larger. These tents are made of No. 9 canvas, U.S. Regulation specifications and cost" the Government $125.00 each. Many of them have never been used. Our price $25.00 as long as they last. Prompt buyers can have choice of khaki or white. Address quick Auction, Vr WHIIE LILY MYERS-BARG- E . R AND : IMYERSrBARGERj SlSSiiiaiiai,. COLUMBIA, KY: &&( - :'"' ' COMPANY WHOLESALE Hazard Supply Co. 1002 W. MAIN ST. RETAIL IV1ILLERS LOUISVILLE, KY. Fonlhill. Dr. L. D. Hammond was called to the bedside of Mrs- Dora Irvin Friday, who is very sick. - Mr. T. M. Combest a promi- nent lumber dealer of Dorena, was here Wednesday. Mr. B. Camp-bellsville,, last week here. We give our special attention to exchange and (i custom work, giving in exchange for 60 pound F. Merkley of spent a few Ndays of y wheat 36 to 38 pounds of hoice Flour per bu. i i i FLOUR IS.THE STAFF OF LIFE THEREFORE, HAVE IT PURE 40 Years in the milllbusiness enables us to make the very BEST and PUREST. We don't use anything but the best of wheat in making our Flour. We Will Make it to Your Interest to Get Our Prices Before Buying Elsewhere. Smith Bros., proprietors of the Fonthill Milling Co.r have pur chased a new gasoline This will save a vast ountof wood. ij We Solicit Your Patronage. MYERS-BARGER a W CO., Columbia, Kentucky. Mr, Marion Wade of Muncie, Ind., spent a few days here re- farmer of Liberty, was here last cently, week looking after his farming Mr. F. H. Austin and wife, interests here. left Sunday for Louisville. Mrs. Miss Maud Austin who has reAustin will undergo an operation. sided at Cincinnati, for the past 2 years has returned home. Thomas Ragle has purchased Mr. Leslie Cooper, of Ludlow,. the old water mill. Mr. Ragle Ky., is visiting relatives here. is an upright fellow, no doubt Mr. D. C. Hopper spenttsi his new business will be a sucweek at Burnside, looking after cess. his lumber interests. Mr. Bert Butcher, a wealthy Mr. S. S. Hopper who has been . past emploped at Camp Knox, for the 7 months, returned home Tuesday. Mr. Worth Campbell and wife, of Caintown, visited F. W. Lut-tre- ll Sunday. Miss Sarah Luttrell a promi- nent teacher of our town is visiting friends at Harristown this W96a r. .Zih- c ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - x- " -- 3i A 'tSs j5fo3J v?S3S.i "--?- N Personals. Herbert Taylor Campbellsville, was here Sunday. Mr. Mr. Taylor NOKMAND irv County Farm for Sale J. O. Sims, of Jamestowm, was J. A. Mitchell, of near was here last week. Greens-burg- here a few days ago. , V k. . 1r B Baldauf, of Louisville, spent last week in Columbia. Mr. Frank Freeman, of Somerset, visited in Columbia last week. Mr. Leo The D. S. Wade farm of 81 and a fraction acres located right on the Campbellsville and Columbia Turnpike, 2 miles out of Campbellsville, Ky., will be sold at' public auction, on ' MONDAY, MAY 5. 1919. - O ly deserved a licking bat again she those mischievous eyes saved her. You will never forget adorable little "Mickey" the wonderful photoplay. CHE and didn't get it, as-ai- n J. Owsley Durham, of was here last Friday. Mr. Lincoln Denton, of Somerset, had business in Columbia last WednesMr. Camp-bellsvill- e, day. J. P. Conn, of Louisville, made a business trip to Columbia a few days Mr. residence and 2 fine barns The farm is splendidly watered mile from Hatcher post Off ice,, and the same distance from the public school and church. 7-ro- om There is a on the farm. and is one-ha- lf oJOio since. Mr. W. H. Burchett, of Creelsboro, was registered at the Jeffries' Hotel THE STORY AND PLAYERS Mickey, (Mabel Normandy) has been brought up by a miner, Joe Meadows, (George Nichols.) She is a tomboy and is the trial as well as the love of the old man's life. The only mother that Mickey has ever known is Minnie, an old Indian, who dutifully cares for her and worships the very ground she walks on. One day Jce decides that Mickey must go to her aunt's in the city to received a propereducation. Before she leaves she meets Herbert Thornhill, (Wheeler Oakman,) a mining engineer, who is doing some surveying in the neighborhood. In the city Mickey is introduced into the home of her socially ambitious aunt, Mrs Drake, (Laura LaVarnie.) Mrs. Drake hasn't enough money to pay the electric light bills, but she has the will to attempt to marry her daughter, Friday. Mr. John Q. Alexander called to see our merchants last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. D. T. Hobbs, of Winchester, was in Colbmbia, on business, a few days ago. Messrs. R. O. Bowman and W. W. Avery, of Berea, Ky., was in Columbia, This is undoubtedly one of the most desirable places in Taylor county. The sale will be at the Court House door, in Campbellsville, Ky. at 1 o'clock, P. IYL, and will be sold by the Master Commissioner of the Taylor Circuit Court. recently. AUTOMOBILE LINE Elsie, (Mlnta Durfee,) to Thornhill. Thornhill doesn't quite know his'mind. Mickey is at first welcomed because it is believed that she is the possessor of a gold mine. But on discovering that her mine is worthless her aunt relegates her to the kitchen. Thornhill finally proposes to Elsie and places the ring on her finger. Then he sees Mickey again. She has arrayed herself in some of Elsie's finery. Straightway Thornhill regrets the proposal and the acceptance. His lawyer and friend, Tom Rawlins, (Tom Kennedy,) manages matters perfectly by informing him that fortune has been swept away. Then Elsie breaks the engagement. At this time it is discovered that a rich vein has been struck in Mickey's mine and that she 1s rich. So Straightway Reggie Drake, (Lewis Cody,) starts suit for her hand. But Mickey much prefers Thornhill. Eeggie informs Thornhill that if he can get hold of five thousand dollars and place it on his, (Reggie's) horse, he will win back his fortune. Thornhill gets the money and the bet is made. Thornhill tells his jockey to pull his horse and lose the race. Uiskey overhears and takes the jockey's place. She is winning the race when the horse stumbles and throws her She is severely hurt, but recovers shortly afterwards. Reggie presses his suit with more vigor than ever. Out riding wlthher oneday he traps her in an old country house and starts to attack her Thornhill, who has followed, comes to her rescue, but it is only after a long and furious fight that he succeeds in so do'ng. And after that they are married, and to make matter ideal, Rawlings informs Thornhill that his fortune was never really lost after all. of New Albany, Ind., a lumber dealer, was here a few days ago. K Mr. J. F. Yost, " ' GoiumDia and GamoDGiisvllle 1 LsrU--i V - Holladay left this morning on a business trip to Big Stone Gap, Va. Mr. C. J. g JH Mail Car Ford Car pATT $1-5- Round Trip, $2.75-$2.00 Round Trip, $30j 0, Special Attention to Traveling Men Mrs. Frank Sandusky, of Bradfords-villvisited 8 Q e, relatives in Columbia jtf last week. Mr. J. B. Coffey made a business trip the latter part of laBt week to 9 the License Fee of $50.00, the High Cost" of Toll, and other increased expenses we are compelled, to raise, our Passenger Rates according to the above schedule: of On account Burkesville. ' Mr. Winston Bowman, of Liberty, father of Mrs. T. C. Davidson, visited here last week. Mr. Bruce Taylor, who is employed in Eastern Kentucky, was at home last week, May the 9ih and 10th. PARAMOUNT THEATRE. P. Nunnallj, of Horse Cave, made his regular trip to Columbia a Mr. W. few days ago. . BHinmifflfflffliffln!!!! fflinm wmiwrnnnmimmwrn mm m m m m m J" m m m AH Grades of Machine Work m m We are prepared to do all kinds of machine work, m matter how large or small. m m m m Auto and Tractor Repairing m m m m m m !!! 50 acres and the third tract contains about 22 acres. For more complete m description reference is made to the !!! Judgment pleadings and of sale. m For the purchase price, orderpurchasthe Bring your broken parts of machinery to us and we m er, with approved surety or securities, will save you money. We weld cast iron, brass, bronze, m must execute Bond, bearing m terest from the day of sale legal incopper, and all other kinds of metal. until paid, m and having the force and effect of a m Judgment. Bidders will be prepared m to comply promptly with these terms m W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. Mr. Rollin Browning, wife and little son, Lebanon, visited here a day or two of last week. Dr. W. N. Craig, of Stanford, who sella preparations, was here to see our physicians one day last week. Sffi Your Support Solicited. Leaves Columbia 10 a. m. and 2:30 a. m. Leaves Campbellsville & . g 9:30 p. m. and 1 p. mi- - 8' moSES-3- 3fc W.E.NOE. I' Co.lam6ia flotor Freight Co., Oxy Acetylene Welding We Haul and Deliver .your Freight, Daily, between Columbia and Campbellsville, Equipped with larga Motor Trucks and New Freight Depot, opposite Postr Office. All Country Freight delivered from new depots Prompt and Courteous Service rendered our Patrons,. We solicit your business. cashier of the First National Bank, returned from arl business trip to Louisville last Thurs day. Mr. E. H. Hughes, Columbia Young Hffotof & Freight Co.& Jones, Propriefors, COLUMBIH, KENTUCKY. E8S8SSB" no m m m m m m m m m. m m m We are fully equipped to do all automobile and tractor work and guarantee satisfaction on alii work. place, who was called home on account of sickness. Mrs. W. T. Winfrey, Misses Mafalda Smith, Anna Nethery, and Floy Petty OF Beurbon Poultry Remedy visited at Mr. D. E. Phelps' Saturday clown a dacVt winJptca irTOPC! and Sunday. UKEiSS A few drops in the drinking ,water cnreo & A TOTCC? Mr. C. C. Bates, who travels, for a and prevents yjhite SJrtX JLlL diarrhoea, cholera and other chick horseshoenail manufacturing concern, diseases. One 60c bottle makes 13 gallons of medicine. Pint bottle, was here last Wednesday, en- route to price $1.20, make3 32 gallons. At druggists, or seat by mail postpaid. his home Jamestown. Bates and little daughter, Jamastown, met her husband at this 1 Mrs. C. C. KODAK- SS ummer is coming and you need a Kodak. I have just received a new line of Kodaks, Films, and Albums of the Latest Model. Come in and let us show them to you L. E. YOUNG, to-da- OneBrop - y. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. "" Karris & Riirkhnkfcr Mar hinp Chnn m w " wr m m Ml Machinists Dealers in Hardware, Automobile Suplies, and All Kinds of Machinery. CAMPBELLSVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Smmmmmmnmfflimmmimmmmmmmimnmmmm COMMISSIONER'S SALE. !" Big lot of furnitnre just received at the Jeffries' Hotel Friday. Ml Nell & Cheatham's. Mr. J. L. Hatfield, of Neatsburg, m An airplane in action is a wonderful who was a soldier, and who went JJJ sight to those who have not been in across and did fighting in France, touch with them. reached home a few days since. Markets. Fred Knight, Sold by the Jefferies Hardware Store G. Robinson, Tompkinsvllle, and W. A. Koeing, all traveling men, were at Mr. J. C. Newman, Owensboro, S. Printing and Finishing also a Specialty. Columbia, --- - Jeweler, Kentucky. VETERINARY olo ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Athen Fletcher Plantiff, vs Fred Woold ridge, Jamestown, and John Hatfield, NeatsbLouisville, Apr. 28. Cattle Prime urg", soldiers who went across, reachexport steers 816.0016.50; heavy ship- - ed Columbia last Friday night, all in fine shape. ing 15.16; light Sll. 13. Bp; heifers $9 13.75;fatcows $9.7513.00;medium $7.40 9.76; The Louisville LOTJISWUUE Trust GL KENTUCKY. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One MIIHor Dollars. Acts asExecutor. Administrator. Guardian. Agent! Commltteelnnd Trustee, and can qxalfer 'a3 such in any County in thelState. Pays 3 per cent' per Annum on Time Deposits. JOHN STITES. President. ANGEREUA GRAY. Treas. A. G. STITH. Se&' Callie McClister &c Defendant, DR. J. W. RAFFERTY By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderCounty Live Stock Inspector ed at the March Term, thereof, 1919: in the above cause, I shall proceeed to Kentucky Pellyton, offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th, day of. May, 1919, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit six months the wells in Adair and following described property I will drill adjoining counties. See me be Three tracts of land lying in Adair County, Ky., on the waters Huddles fore contracting. Latest im- ton's Creek or Branch, which is a proved machinery of all kinds. tributary of Crocus Creek, and all ad Pump Repairing Done. Giy Joining, and upon which L. A. Fletcher lived and occupied for many years me a Call. and used and managed as one farm. The First tract contains about 78 C. YATES acaeethe secosd tract contains abouu i WELL DRILLER Lieut. Paul G. Chandler, who is cutters ?6.7.00; canne,rs 355.25 stationed' at Little Rock, Ark., spent bulls S7.ll.; feeders $90013 00;stockJ last Saturday and, Sunday visiting ers 87.50 to $11.25 choice milch eows here- - He thinks he'will be discharged 100125; medium $75100; common in a few months. $5575.. Mr. "Roy Walker and son, Hell, Calves Receipts 106 head. Prices were here Saturday, en route for 50c lower. Best veals $11.5012.00 Campbellsvile, having received word medium 6.5010.00; common 56.50 that Mr. Walker's daughter, Mrs. Hogs Receipts 4,017 head. Prices Graves, was quite sick. steady. Best hogs 165 lbs and up 20.50 120 to 165 lbs 819.25 120 lbs down $17.25 throwouts$18.50 down. Sheep andiambs-Recelpt- s, 258 head no changes were noted in prices; best sheep 813. 14.00, bucks 811 down; best lanbs 81618; seconds $12.14 Culls Mr. Charles Menderson, Eeed Smith of Akron, Ohio, Mr. Sam Nethery, Stokely Smith, Boss Smith, Geo. Par-ris- h and Paull Glidewel), of Cumberland, Co., spent Saturday and Sunday la Columbia. left for Louisville last Friday morn ing. Corinne Breeding recently spent several days in Campbellsville. Mr. W. M. Akel and Mr. Ollle Harlan,Ky.,were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Xassem from Saturday Miss Kab-linfro- m until Monday. Mr. H. K. Alexander to-wi- t: J. met his customers at this place last Thursday. He handles groceries and represents a first-clas- s house. He has been acting a gentleman from the time he could walk about his town, and he has never Mr. Kinnard Howe and his mother, 81012. deviated from his parental instrucMrs. Zora Eowe, MrfEdward Hamlett, .Butter Country 3035c lb. tions. He envies the prosperity of no Eggs Fresh, case count candled Mr. Allen Walker and Mr. Tames Ed- man, perfectly contented with his . 37c to 38e wards, who has been visiting here, trade, and a happy home. Eld. E. W. Wallace, of VaJdas'a. spent a day or two with relatives-las- t week. He is a native of Adair and a grandson of Mrs. W. G. Conover His charge Is the First Christian Church, Valdasta. Mrs. W. T. McFarland Is visiting 335 Indianapolis. Mr. M. Cravens is spending a day of two with his family Ga., Mrs. Bettie Atkins, quite sick is better. She whd-a.befe- n Mjjhc. exrenaed visit to South Caretfwrx Mrs. .Lola- - Loveir wcursed ifcxt RusseJiviiiTOdtoptrer points SaturW . bom8 o' M M. D. Baker. - iss Vic Hughes left Mday r. is-- &t&9 oilk - I "'" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS U. S. FIGHTING MEN fMETHODIST MINUTE MEN TO AID WANTED A CHURCH GOVERNMENT IN VICTORY LOAN C. A. IN CENOF Y. AND SOLDIERS DESIRING JOBS REPORTMILITARYM.DEPARTMENT TRAL I Centenary Campaign Gives Place to Especially Important Patriotic Interests. Methodist Reconstruction Drive May 18 to 25. The Victory Loan Campaign and tke problem of employment for sol diers are both to be aided by the large force of voluntary speakers which has been built up by the Methodist Minute Men in connection with the great Centenary movement The Centenary financial campaign for $115,000,000 for the work of Christian World Reconstruction was sched- luled months ago to open on April 27 and reach its climax on May 4. Whfen the plans for the Victory Xoan campaign were announced, however, the Centenary committee at once decided that it would aid this campaign in every possible way, postponing its own drive to May 18 to 25. In all I areas the services of the Methodist Minute Men have been offered to the government. In the Cincinnati area (Ohio, Kentucky and southern Indiana) this places at the disposal of the government over 6,900 men, who jure speaking every Sunday and often imanv times between. A!L.g another patriotic movement j cf utmost importance, Sunday, May 4, has been set apart as a special day on which Methodist Minute Men .are asked to speak in the interest of (plans for finding employment for re- turned soldiers who may not have a 'job awaiting them. Minute Men are asked to speak on this subject, to secure from employers reports of any positions they may have to offer, and to see that these opportunities for employment are properly listed. They are also requested to see that a committee on employment is appointed inthe church for the pur I pose of assisting returned soldiers of the community in finding positions CONTAINS INTERESTING INFORMATION. Chicago. Uncle Sam's soldiers and sailors go to church. Figures showing ThcC Right Angle Store TEE-PE- E and to arrange for receptions in the church for these men. Mr. E. Bow Bancroft, Area Minute Men Chairman, has written each local chairman throughout this territory, emphasizing that no church can afford to minimize the importance of RUBBER ROOFING. I 3lPyl$2.75 2 Ply $2.25g attendance at religions services in T. M. C. A. huts in military camps of the central department prove it. Attendance at the religious meetings and Bible classes held In the huts between May 1, 1917, and December 31, 1918, was more than 5,280,000. A. H. LIchty, executive secretary of the central department of the national war work council of the Y. M. C. A., has Issued a report covering statistics of the Y. M. C. A. activities in the 181 huts In Central department camps. Mr. Lichty is in command of nearly workers. Before coming to Chicago for war work he was secretary of the Ohio State Y. M. C. A. During 1,-0- FLO RO 3 Ply $3.75 2PIy Bridles $3.10 i Ply $2.50"xt Wagons.3 Harness, and Breeching." jj 3" Fertilizer: GRASS SEEDS Best Grade at From $1.50 to $2.25. Cooking Ranges and Stoves FRESH MEAT, STAPLE and Rugs FANCY GROCERIES. 3"Z Furniture, Carpets, and Druggets. DR. F. I. JOHNSON. Kitchen Cabinets, China Closets, Enameled and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Rockers, Dining Tables, Bed Room Suits. Our Two Large Lower Floors are Kept Filled With the Best Groceries Fresh Meats, Tinware, Crockery, Hardware. ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE SETTDED AT END OF EACH MONTH. Secretary Cincinnati Area. attention to these very important projects. For some months the Methodist church has been placing every possible emphasis upon an adequate program for Christian World Reconstruction, and to which it intends to devote ?115,O00,000 in the next five years, and it considers these two problems as important phases of this program. Its drive will now be made from .May 18 to 25 Executive A. H. LICHTY. SIXTY THOUSAND MINUTE MEN TELL THE CENTENARY STORY his administration more than. 2,500 men and women have beeit recruited in the 14 Central states for overseas service with the Y. M. C. A. The number of letters written In huts in the 33 military camps totaled 62,798,410. The total attendance was 60,663,806. ja Shows Regu larly Thurs, & "Sat. Nights. lFiBIBE3 wMnMmBMEA r Watch For Pro- f o wMRnvrr 2lZZ 'i iwir iIjf. lU. Attractions. Movies were the most popnlar feature of the "Y'i service In the camps, The attendance at the 12,496 motion picture shows was 5,979,303, an average of more than 400. The "Y" educational features were popular. In the 20 months 7,570 lectures were heard by 2,202,810 soldiers and sailors. The 68,272 classes of various kinds drew 1,394,418 and the 98S science and art clubs 62,530. For the American Library association'the "Y passed out 1,423,668 books. Athletics Popular. The number of participants' in athletic contests under the direction oi the "Y" was greater than the numbei of spectators. There were 5,398,259 it the contests and 4,437,017 "looking on." The 902 workers in the 131 huts ic the army and navy camps and the 184 S. A. T. C. units passed out to America's fighting men 510,432 Scriptures There were 2S2.229 personal interviews on the subject of religion; 52,754 decisions to accept the Christian faitt and 117,770 signed the "war roir pledging themselves to a Christian life. The 17,361 entertainments not Including movies, drew 6,731,646 soldiers and sailors. The fighting juen were thrifty. Ie the perlodcovered by the report the "Y" sent home for the enlisted met '396,025 in money orders. Poster of Methodist Minute Men and Centenary Symbol E. Dow Bancroft, Columbus, Director of Minute Men For the Cincinnati Area. the ministry of the church for two weeks following each date of publication and it has demonstrated that a speeches, prominent religious publication can be really brief men "full of pep." and professional business people of every com The formation of such a body of brnneht to the munity vital messages of the critical active laymen marks a new era in days. A similar plan is now em- the history of Christianity and means ployed by the Methodist Centenary the mobilizing of tremendous forces hitherto dormant. to its gigantic campaign for Christian refor world-wid- e construction. ML.HODISTCENTENAftY Sixty thousand volunteer Methodist EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM laymen of the United States havo FOR THE UNITED' STATES "been organized for this special work. It would be hard to find a Methodist Probably the greatest educational meeting where one of these Minute Men Is not presenting In some terse campaign ever undertaken by a church manner the vital message of this is that now being launched by the great movement, which has already Centenary Movement of the Methodist h Episcopal Church and the Methodist resulted in the formation of an with a momentous Episcopal Church South, which tofederation program for a 'united campaign to gether plan to raise $150,000,000 for luring the world to Christ. Over 6,900 missionary work, at home and abroad. of ttese men have been enlisted in More than $14,000,000 will be spent the Cincinnati area (Ohio, Kentucky, on schools and teachers for the unand Southern Indiana) and many en- taught children of the world, and inlistments are coming In every day. struction for grown people who had The area captain is E. Dow Ban- - little or no schooling In their youth. years Rail- - Of this sum a considerable cro!t, for twenty-seveamount ' .way Y. M. C. A. Secretary in Colum- - will T)e spent on educational work in b&8 and more recently attached to our own United States. Of the foreign-bor7 rtfce "Y" staff on the western front. white people In 'XMt. Bancroft has typified In his life this country more than 12 per cent ywork the energy and enthusiasm are illiterate; of the Negroes, over 30 per cent; of the Japanese, over 8 per 1 which a layman can devote to Chris- jtlan service. J. A. Carrier, Plain cent, and of the Nerth Amerioaa InjOMy, is the Area Minute Man Secre- - dians over 45 per cent. Ia.maay caaee especially that of the older foreign-bortary. the Cburefc.oa& teach tbece pec-pi- e Special posters, o&e of which Is re- to speak English, to xead reiseed above, call attention to a4 , Itfeeee Minute Men. They have a spe-- write, and to understand ftniciriom tal ergas all their own called "Mis- - custems and laws, when the pafelic school does not reaek them. jM4a." Its .pagee are, a secret fro Y" to Open Clubs for Troops. At the request of the French minis ter of marines the Y. M. C. A. Is planning the establishment of clubs for American and French troops in Toulor and in the suburbs of that city. 6- &-- &-&- NELL & CHEATHAM, COLOMBIA, KENTUCKY. Rugby. Mrs. Emma Loy of Fair Play THE war five-minu- developed no more efficient for the distribution of its Information than the Minute Men. in Y. M. C. A. LONGER TO MAINTAIN ARMY POST EXCHANGES, NX) jj i 1 $115,-tOO.0- t Paris. The American Y. M. C. A., at Its own request, has been J. relieved of its work of maintain f ing the post exchanges with the 'j' 'American army. Correspondence t exchanged between General Per- - 1 shingcand E. C. Carter, In charge. 7 of Y. M. C. A. with the army, 7 shews the reascfn for this ar- - 1 rangement-wa- s A. inter-churc- n n n, -- now has "increased respon- - T sibilities in promoting education- - 7 al, athletic and entertainment 3 activities in the American expe- - jjj ditionary forces," thus placing a rapidly increasing burden on its personnel. General Pershing In a letter to Mr. Carter approving the change, expressed his. thanks "for the very valuable services and assistance which the Y. M. C. A. crop. has rendered to the American expeditionary force in handling The daily papers have all carthese exchanges. General Pershing added: ried an article saying that the "Handicapped by the shortage Modern Woodrum of America of tonnage and land transperta-tlon- , the Y. M. C. A. has by extra Surplus fund has fallen $700,000 exertion served the army better which is a mistake as our fund than could have been expected, you mayb assured1 that its and reaches into the millions and we aid has been a large factor in hav paid all death claims in the the final great accomplishments ef the American army. and other cases in full. that the Y.' M. C. i is visiting here this week. Miss Hettie Harvey of the Breeding community died last Wednesday" with tuberculosis. She had been in poor health for some time. She was one of our most popular young women, and will be greatly missed. She was about 25 years of age. She was a sincere Christian and was buried at the Chestnut Grove grave yard. Rev, D. L. Vance of Grady-vill- e filled his regular appointment at Breeding last Sunday and preached us a very interesting sermon. Aunt Teen Earls of Dirigo, died a few days ago at the home of Mrs. Mariam Morris'. She was a very old woman, an eccentric character and was never married, but had a. host of friends. She was a christian woman and liked by all who knew her. From the way people here are hauling fertilizer from Columbia and other .places, it seems like they are tired of paying $10.00 per barrel for corn. That is right as we have not been pay. ing enough attention to our corn STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while Mr. Manpn Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite I suffered with stomach trouble. I would THEDFORD'S black-draug-ht recommenaea very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use m time of need. Get a package todayc If you feel sluggish, take a dose tosight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. m ONE CENT A DOSE a 73) $x I BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. T X 1 Flu $l4 G. R. ----- It is better to have it and not need it Than to need it and not have it. REED, TIRE AND LIFE INSUBANCX, Columbia, .,. Keiituckv. r, 7 ARA2R CCLMT NEWS DDCCPDIDET CVCDOICC f FOR THE WOUNDED "PLAY-THERAP- FROM UPPER SANDUSKY MISSION TO WORLD-WID- i ' IlElliifiBH k, 'Hf lllil liiliiJB"- - W IDEA 13 BEING TRIED OUT IN CAMPS OF CENTRAL MILITARY DEPARTMENT. E SERVICE PROGRAM listment of a new army of Christian workers to meet tha needs of the home and forelga fields; and finally, from May 18 to 27, the final chapter of this intensive work the nation-wid- e financial campaign to obtain pledges for the necessary to carry out tha adequate program so carefully mapped out and adopted. Tremendous, it seems from past ; viewpoints, but it is not large when, 53.00-traine?H5.-000,0- 00 Methodist Centenary Plans Great Religious Reconstruction, i - IBM I WMFtrMf iilHtnllUiitniiiil miWMwWiiJn i1mlwfltttfftfflBinlHtiffllwHMWllv .diJSIBIItffiit never will peak-of-pleasu- nail some Prince Albert for packing! Just between ourselves, you wise-u- p CAY. vou'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll O put ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and to high-spot-smoke-- ' mm by R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. Copyright until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square on that Prince Albert ! Well, sir, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide open ! Talk about smoke-spor- t! Quality makes Prince Albert so re all-fired appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands out! P. A. can't bite or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your Joints are pretty stiff and the hinges of your hips don't work right. Suppose you play arch ball for an hour today and tomorrow and then prolong the period of play a bit This will do more for you than anything else." Dr. H. F. Kallenberg, chief of Y. M. C. A. physical directors in the central military department, with headquarters in Chicago, is receiving word almost dally that the latest method of treating wounded men In government hospitals in such cases as demand exercise of joints, fingers, wrists, legs or arms, Is doing wonders for the soldiers. They not only are throwing off their ailments but are taking on cheerfulness and a new interest In life, he declares. The treatment Is "new" in that medical men examine each case and prescribe certain games to fit the needs of that case. No playing at games requiring exercise of muscles or joints is done save under the direct supervision of a medical officer, Doctor Kallenberg asserts. "Physical directors of the Y. M. C. A. are helping the government In these matters at this time," explained Doe-to- r Kallenberg. "I understand the application of our theory that the playing of certain games mend certain ailments Is being demonstrated with success at various camps in the plain reconstruction of the physical man. We do not under-rat- e massage, hydrotherapy electrotherapy or manual therapy, but we are finding that specified exercise in play works wonders in loosening joints and brings the man to a normal state." At the following camps the new treatment of is being used successfully upon hundreds of wounded soldiers, sailors and marines : Taylor, Dodge, Great Lakes, Fort Sheridan, Fort Des Moines, Fort Benjamin Harrison, U. S. General hospital No. 21, Denver, and plans are being made now to establish the treatment at Camps Funston, Sherman, Custer and the big Ford hospital, Detroit. It Is reported that Major Kelley at Camp y Grant has set aside two large barracks for a gymnasium and will ask the Y. M. C. A. for two men to assist in directing wounded soldiers In "play-theraptwo-stor- Chicago. "I prescribe an hour of volley ball for your stiff wrist this morning," Is being heard now In a dozen of Uncle Sam's camps wherein wounded soldiers are convalescing. Or, it, may be that the prescription is something like this : "Boy, your knee 1 DRIVE FOR $115,000,000 18-2- IN WEEK OF MAY 5 Church Modern Radical Needs or Movements to Assume the Lead, Is View of World-Wid- e Must Meet Allow DR. F. I. JOHNSON. Executive Secretary Cincinnati Area. Observers. From an unpretentious, unheralded mission among the Wyandot Indians at Upper Sandusky, a century ago beyond the Ohio frontier, to a program of world-wid- e Christian reconnow imperative. struction, This is the historical setting of the Methodist Centenary, the greatest evangelical movement ever launched in America. It is a challenge to the Christian church to meet the needs of these critical hours In world history by carrying out an adequate program to bring the message of Jesus Christ, In terms of modern, practical applica-- , tion, to the untaught millions at home anu me uuuuruub vl luuiiuua uu mo foreign field. It involves a recon-- , struction of the local church to a more adequate conception of its op- -' portunities In the communities at home. It includes a vision of world-- 1 wide possibilities, faced by the Christian church, with the necessity of meeting them now or casting them aside for generations. Observers of world-wid- e conditions believe that this is a religious movement which bids fair to compel the world to attach new meanings to the words "Church" and "Religion" and "Christianity." Already out of its vision has grown an interchurch organization whose object is to greatly intensify the work which the centenary proposes. In view of leaders of the Methodist Episcopal church, a missionary church almost from its inception, "the hour has struck" for the religious organizations of the world. Either they must carry out their mission of bringing the gospel of Christ In a practical way to the world's peoples, or they must step aside and permit some other organizations to take their place in the social leadership of the ImmiSiSSSS " & fc J" 1 smsL' stsmtt r? 4 L. Helping Government. i jr ' HI particular smokeappetite 1 ltl You buy Princo Albert everywhere tobacco is sold. Toppy red bast, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidorsand that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with spang moitttner top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. Nv K N y &? I I R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Baron Guiseppe Fras-carpresident of the Italian Red Cross, Baron Tadanori Ishiguro, president of the Japanese Red Cross, and a number of health experts from the five nations. The conference, is mapping out a universal health program, to be adopted by nations of the world. Measures for handling problems of world relief in emergencies such as fires, famine and pestilence, sourd Winston-Sale- m, N. C Heads of the Red Cross of America, .England, France, Italy and Japan are now attending a conference in Oannes, France, which is second only in importance to the meeting at Versailles, at which the League of Nations will be formed. With Henry P. Davison, as head of the conference, are meeting Sir Arthur Stanley, president of the British Red Cross, Gen- eral Paul Pau, president oft he French Red Cross, Gustave Ador, president a, the public health may be improved, and ways to relieve all human suffering and distress are being planned. The program adopted cannot help but largely influence any plans for the League of Nations. A valuable dressing for flesh wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed ways in which DR. S. EARL TAYLOR. Executive Secretary Methodist sionary Centenary. Mis- their games. r Certainteed sgiswfe. oo'in? j S Certain-tee- d Certain-tee- d HONOR FIGHTING PARSON skin, is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, it is both healing and antisepDr. John H. Clifford, Baptist minister in time of peace, but real fighter Adv. tic. Sold by Paull Drug Co. In time of war, has been awarded the croix de guerre for extraordinary heroism in action. Doctor Clifford, as a Y. M. C. A. worker, braved the red wrath of war. He has been in the firing zone as much as the hardiest infantryman and was decorated for a most unusual exploit. He was one of three men who braved incessant enemy shell fire while res- - analyzed or when viewed beside the potential wealth qf the Methodist church. Methodism has spent much money on its local work, but comparatively little on Its foreign field, large as the gross total might seem. world. The war opened the minds of the To meet the new quota would be alpeople the world around as never be- most accomplished if each member cent a day to present fore, these leaders declare, and the would add present gives an opportunity unpre church contributions. Distributed among the people to be cedented in the world's history, and not soon to be repeated, for the reached, the total furnishes less thaa tu renders a war service. t -- Li-! saves war supplies, because it is made of materials which have no use in war products. It serves war needs because it provides our armies, and peoples everywhere, with efficient, economical roofing. Certain-tee- d saves war transportation, because it is so , . ' r - JH . UH v. ' . . J2 . . .V t ,o . r, ir.'i : compact that it takes minimum car space, and so easy to handle that it requires the minimum time to load and unload. Certain-tee- d saves War labor. It can be laid in less time than any other typ6 of roof; and no skill is required anyone who will follow the simple directions that come packed in the center of roll can lay it correctly. are recognized the world The durability and economy of Certatn-tee- d Vict, as proved by its enormous sale. It is now the standard roof ,BK!sSI& " -- " -" 'u v t kW&Hmm&&m rv rVfrV, TEbttrcHVBPK A is . fM-TV. f-- ax's. ,r T tt5 r? "' FIRST METHODIST MISSION CHURCH, UPPER SANDUSKY, the Work Begun Among the Stewart Has Grown the World-odlEpiscopal Church. (Picture church to carry its message, the only basis, they declare, upon which democracy can be made safe for the world or even for America. But the opportunity also furnishes the danger. "This Is Christianity's opportunity," says Dr. Fred B. Fisher of New York, "but unless the church now leads in a commanding way, she may awake tomorrow standing powerless on a side track, while radical social democracy whirls by on the main line. It is the hour of challenge to the organized Christian 'forces of tm world." The Centenary project has been under way for four years and is constantly growing In its scope. It has grown, as world developments have made for It the possibilities. The first move was ta make a careful and thorough survey of Methodist both attorn and In for-8jworld Umata what Is fields, and term to attempt fiiWed for a five-yaflj fair Measure the Carktlanliatidn. ? h llfrHO.OOO iitoyls In the wbtld for wilck tha Methodist church la solely responsible. The program of the Ceatenary embraces emphasis npfn. prayer Ufa; a ftewjtrdshlp drive, emphasizing Gad's ttfeera K material proserfy?. ea-. From st 0 m .? y. :m; s (Jf JSBPteT'wr ' lr rmmsfr jk ?j&.xMm:&&m x. .. TT" DOCTOR CLIFFORD. factories, office buildings, hotels, stores., warehouses, garages, farm buildings, etc Guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years, according to thickness. Sold by best dealers everywhere. Certain-tee- d fr Products Corporation Paints Varnishes Roofing cuing Col. Albertus W. Catlin, com manding .ofHcer of the Sixth regiment of marines. The trio carried the colonel to safety on, a stretcher. Doctor Clifford went over the top many times and came near being killed on several occasions. He is. fifty-on- e years old. Praises "Y" Work. praise by Consul General Harris In Siberia for the service rendered not only to the American ex peditionary troops, but also to thai uzeens ana to uussian prisoners oy. the American Y. M. C. A. Aecretarles, Is contained in an official communication transmitted t) the state department at Washington by Paul S. Eelnsch, American minister to Chiasm Unqualified Office &Werekone in Principal Citie of America Masofacturer of Certain-tee- d .V Wyandot Indians In 1819 by John Wide Mission Activities of the Meth-fropainting by F. H. Halbedel.) 50 cents for the regeneration of eadi Individual to whom the message mustl be taken. The most ignorant, the most debased, the most outcast of humanity is worth at least 50 cents worth of effort on the part of a church bearimr Christ's commission to all lands and all peoples, it is declared. The central headquarters of this great movement are In New York. Dr. S. Earl Taylor, close friend of John R. Mott, is the executive secretary. To facilitate the work, Methodism was divided into 20 areas. Ohio, Southern Indiana and Kentucky form the Cincinnati area, the largest in point of Methodist membership of all the 20. The headquarters for this Dr. P. I. JohnjoV (i the executive secretary. Associtfad with Dr. Johnson are many leaders of the church In this territory. In In dianapolis, at 334 Lascre BuildlBr. separate headquarters Is aamfthi for aonthern Imdlalc "with. D& ?. Hughes, president af the aextsu-vill- e college, as executive seeretaify. The saeesage of tie Centenary Ik belag emphasteed by coaveaSfefes, special speakers aai publicity, vnh. as has characterized no Chan aeoVe-xae- at is. the history aC tke frmttK Columbus, O. territory are at 74 East Gay street. Farm Implements, Hardware, Paints, Bicycles, Sporting Goods nri, m S. M. SANDERS & CO. CAMPBELLS VILLE, KENTUCKY J; Great Athletic P.roqraun. Through the Y. M. O. A. the United States plans to introduce a project for the development of American' athletics in the allied countries. Amlrica'a greatest athletic leaders are being fitted to direct the movement from i&fe headquarters to be. established, 1M j ar non-Christi- vm -- f ' : - -- - - l - hi. - .jrT ,111-- - ; s 8 1--3 0-1- 111 THE ADAIP. COUNTY NEWS years ago, their names, or at so negotiating with our lumber on the south side of the rock we least the most of them, might men preparatory 'for sawing a have Echo Beard, which is said COUNTY. have been rescued from oblivion, large amount of timber for to give extraordinary rise to an but it is, now, too late, since no Hicks & Durham of .Greensburg. echo which repeats itself twelve J3Y John avroe Steele records were kept, and the men, The fire alarm was turned on times and I have no right to dis "America's Best" A heavy, durable, economical, dependtheir children and grandchildren here last Thursday and the news pute it since the Band gave vus able boys garment; guaranteed to render the service demanded. No. 13. have passed away. Traditions was spread that Dr. L.IC. Nell's a selection at this point. Made of extra heavy, firm woven denim, reinforced with The only other I will mention have preserved the fact, that house was on fire. The bucket seams, featuring solid brass buttons and heavy 'S?HE PERMANENT SETTLEMENT OP bne of the company, was the brigade did fine work and saved is Fort Ehrenbreitstein, someelastic suspenders. They resist the strains, twists and pulls of ADAIR COUNTY. Rev. John Tucker, a Methodist the house without much damage. times called the Gibralter of the hard use-t- he extra full cut size insures long The permanent occupation of minister, service they're a pride and a pleasure.- and his family, and The fire originated from burning Rhine, it is situated on' a high tche territory, which now consti-iae- 3 "America's Best." xSSsKSf that Capt. John Butler, Capt. old waste papers in the fire place hill just across the Rhine from Adair county, to any conW Wm. Butler, Isaac Butler, Ma- and the, roof of the large build- and overlooking the city of Cobsiderable' extent, was accomlenz. The jor Nathan Montgomery, Buck ing caught. most remarkable plished by Col. William XJasey Lawson, John Fletcher. Robin On the 30th of May there will thing about it is its enormous sand about thirty other men, Fletcher, William Dudley, Isaac be all day services at the ceme- number of storehouses and tunI. i '.. . IUU1 .J 2ome of whom had families, and Farris, Ctiampness Farris, Isham tery at Union, and a lunch will nels, one of which is said,to run )ealer HB i& 3Fho joined themselves together under the Rhine and connect it Tally, and a Mr. Stuart or Stew- be served on the ground. Let us ;apon the Hanging Fork of Dick's art were of the company. Oth- all remember the time, place with Coblenz but the prettiest jriver, in Lincoln county, md er persons, who bore the names and meet early in the morning, thing about it just now is the tmoved in a body into Adair c i,a of Fields and Harvey, and, also clear off the undergrowth and Stars and Stripes, that wave so sty. Mr. Allen, in his history of proudly over her. of spend others, Kentucky, says, that this Dudley, who bore the namesand ing the day with the last rest- Well, perhaps you judge from Butler, Lawson place of our loved ones. movement occurred in the Montgomery, persons Rev. B. T. Watson will deliver what I have written that we are besides the a the spring of the year, 1791. named above, were, also, mem- suitable address for the occasion having one great time with no 'Sfcere is no record anywhere, bers of the company. The com- immediately after we get through work to do but not so. Our littfrhich will verify the correctness pany consisted of men, women with the work. Please remem- tle Detachment of 48 men are .of he statement as to the date operating the only Army and children, but there is no ber the time and place and let us .of ets occurrence. These; men Depot, in the Third army, definite data preserved as to the all come together and spend the and might of the woods, though, they made I add tnat it was the persons. It is day. dt, ctid not write history. They exact number of Every seam is triple - lock - stitched. largest Ammunition Depot in did not Iseep records, and no one said, that the members of this As it is the request of our Ed Germany previous to the war Manufactured by ,has arisen to write the history band, which was a forlorn hope itor that we write short letters I and what we really have done is sent into the wilderness, were, we will ring made by them, except Mr. Allen, off for this time by to receive, unload and store some without exception, persons of. saying and the facts, which he relates, that we have the finest 10,000 tons of ammunition. INCORPORATED temperate habits and good characprospect for a fine crop of wheat pertaining to them and their KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, Looks pretty big doesn't it? ter and such of them, as surviv- and grass, and are meager. The state never before was ' We have also a shipped quite ed the perils of the first years in ments made by Mr. Allen with there such a prospect for a crop a lot of Dutch, ammunition to reference to them, were founded the wilderness, made industrious of tobacco, if the growing plants the State, consisting mostly of mecessarily upon traditition, and and upright citizens. are an indication, and the ground 2, 13, 15 and 17 cm. A part of To Be Continued. that m tere not written until as much for the weetj. it will be used as a historical col GradyvIHe, years had passed away lection while some of it will be Coblenz Germany. lifter their occupation of the tested and perhaps adopted by W. B. Hill, Pratts saleman, county. The fact, however, does Uncle Sam. It is the beliefs of March 21, '19. mot militate against the accuracy spent a few days with his relathe Ordnance DeDt.. that the Mrs. J. L. Miller, of the statements, if the infor- tives here the first of the week. 17 cm., will be adopted without Creelsboro, Ky. mation was acquired from men Mr. Ed Hill, of Campbellsville, a doubt. It is a very nice shell who had associated with the pio- delivered a very interesting lec- Dear Mother: you may see from the enclos neers, and heard the stirring ture here last Sunday evening, Yesterday morning, it being as very cold and cloudy, two car ed Kodak. It is about 7 inches satory of their lives and actions on tithing. in diameter and 5 feet 8 when in .icora their lips. The people of Quite a number qf our people loads of our little detachment t&dair county .owe much to Mr. attended the speaking at Colum- started for a pleasure Ntrin on the shell case; well so much for Jdlen. iav preserving, for the bia on the 24th and saw the air- the Rhine. We reached the that. I have been in the service 18 docks about 9 a. m., and loaded generations to come, the meager plane. and celebrated by on one of the steamers now oper months y scraps of lo.cal history, which his Rev. D. Vance and family are For Sale by Albin Murray. writings preserved for them. It spending this week a,t Camp- ating for the amusement of the getting a pleasant little 'shot' in the arm but they are so common has now been one hundred and bellsville with their relatives army of occupation. I shall not attempt to tell you all the inter- that we hardly notice them now seventieth-fiftare still in good condition after birthday. ithirty years since Casey, with and friends. days. Ms company, crossed the Green The work on the new Metho- esting things I saw and the legRev. Frank Firkin delivered the cold spell. Looks as though my being in endary stdries attached thereto, ariver at Plum Point, but the an interesting discourse at Bird There will be the largest crop dist church, near this place, will but if you will the army of occupation, means let your imagina.writer had the good fortune, in begin in a few days. school house last Sunday night of Irish potatoes planted in th3 that I am tied here for some tion run a little I will attempt to &is youth, to associate with two section ever known. which was largely attended. D. C. Wheeler and B. B. Janes give you one or two or the most time to come, however I expect jaged men, who were born in The party at the new residence Sunday school is in progress to take have sold a lot of nice hogs to important. dinner with you 2790 and 1795, respectively, and 'at Bird school house and Wilson of A. C. Wheeler was largely atL. B. Cain for June delivery at The first is Stolzenfels, castle and will be disappointed should rwho were reared in the county, school house. They all are hav- tended and every body enjoyed the market price at that date. four Kilo's above Coblenz, I not. about and in their sarly manhood," themselves. Mr. Wheeler coming a good school. I am, Your loving son, Our farmers have been putting and on the same side of the rivwere intimately associated with the cicwd fcr thei Mr. G. B. Murphy, of Mont- plimented Pvt Chas. P. Miller, in their time planting corn and er. It was built in 1833 by King '.good behavior. .the actors in the scenes, which pelier, was in our midst last sare herein described, and heard preparing ground for same. The Frederick William IV, and has Ordnance Depot, U. S. army. week. M r. Alvin Beans, wife and son .. -" majority of the crop will be been used as a watering place the circumstances related, when Several from this part attend- of Russell Co., visited in this planted next week. by the high social class. the actions were comparatively ed the soldiers day at Columbia section a few days last week. .fresh. Mr. Allen has fixed the Rev. B. T. Watson delivered a Another was, The Larelei, Mrs. America Bault visited her on Wednesday, April 2nd. EvVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist date of Casey's coming to Adair very interesting sermon last which looks at a glance like a Special sister, Mrs. Kattie Johnson, attention given Diseases of all ery body reported a nice time. cou-rtvo years after its actual Sunday at Union, on the resur- plain cliff of rocks but at a close Domestic Animals C. Go wen, who owns the Hen- near Cane Valley, Saturday and --occu i'e:iee look you may see the pretty In a depositiongiv-en-.ii- .. rection., Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, od ry Bardin farm on the Dirigo Sunday. Mr. Stapp, of Montpelier, has maiden combing her golden hair Cabtiy, and which is on " Jamestown road. Road is having it cleaned up J. L. Beard, of Roley, bought 'Sle .n the case of Thomas Mont- - been in out midst for a day or with a golden comb. Then just and fences run, which has im- several hoggin this section last Phone '114 G. tgon-sretc. v. etc., in week at prices from 14c up. Columbia, Ky., proved the looks very much. 'the clerks office of the Adair Leslie Tucker will crop with was largely The peanut-partcirc.it court, he made, under Sparksville. attended at Mr. Tommie Coom- - Oscar Arnold this year. .flath, the statement, that he ers last Friday night. MissRo3a Wayman spent last came to Lincoln county in 1779 ' Miss Hettie Harvey, of Breed Mr. Tildon Wheeler bought of Saturday night and Sunday at -- and remaiaed there for ten years, .Djrect from the TROPICS It's Fit for tfie KINGS. ing, died of flu the 9th. She Sam Burdette one pair of two Mr. A. C. Wheelers. .wheniie removed to Adair coun-vt- Hi wAAAiiUN is classed as the most desirable coffee ever pre- was daughter ' a of Mr. Bob Har- year old mules. Mrs. Sam Corbin, of Absher, This would make the year S885a0fffv sented tO thfi Amprinntl fraHf VlOinrr on ovfin lairra IwrVl berry of uniform size. This coffee comes to you vey, deceased. She centered was a mem: The farmers of this part are visited her son, Millard Corbin, 1789, or the early part of the M) per cent pure not mixed or blended is so heavw ladened with that rich, lu-- ber of it the Christian church. preparing for a large corn crop a few days of last week. .year 1790, the date of his.'coming eioilS. tronirtm flavnr nnasocaitirr minli Ho- E"v9L. 1 Jr j ri'MMiir licious fragrance and aroma that it should She will be greatly missed by and not so much tobacco. They to Adair. Col. William Paxton, Mr. S. H. Knifley and wife jusuy De termed tne cottee her brothers, sisters and all resay they are tired of taking their visited their daughter, Mrs. Kir-b- y i3rhor during his life time, had "QTTPDPTUrB' 7z i i&s s?rvrv. LJm ti. One win n f thia imMi lations and friends. Our sym tobacco money and buying corn. EBBSSSSEftfe M he.distinction c having been a Simpson, in Taylor Co., Isfet EBS&lffJJS$x,'F vl At, i (P V. ft clear coffee. pathy extends to the bereaved So they are going to try to raise Saturday and Sunday. .rmpmber of the" legislatures of & k u, win certainly brothers, sisters and relations. ranfrfuwft t& & aeiignt you. it. Kentucky, Missouri and Texas, Miss R2cdie Tucker spent last TRY IT. JSfflL flWI'lWWWW 9m rand who was a grandson of Ca- Mr. Ira Flatt, of Toria, went Saturday night with Miss Lois "Knifley. ey"once told the writer, that to Campbellsville last WednesParnell. year 1789 was the date of n?J day and while there purchased : th2 M m JPWMMnWf 0ntHKnmWtr h' n Mr. J. A. Young passed The farmers are making prepCasey's arrival in Adair county. . him a new buggy. through this section one day last arations for a large crop of corn," iEhe names of the thirty men, The neighbors surprised aunt oacs and tobacco in this section, we?k with a large drove of cattle for rhe Biur grass. f.3vho accompanied Casey into Coomer the 3rJ of this spring. j Mary Ann ' Misaes Mamie Cox and Nona s&dair, have nearly all been for- 'this month, by setting her-RbASTED EXCLUSIVELY'BY ! .Wheat andityaung. grass- are Foro visitedMrs. Owen Arnold rqbably iif ty.or sixty gotten.--: J. Zinsmeister & Sons,Trp,riat Louisville, Ky. birthday dinner.-- It was her lo oking nne tor April. AJ1 fruit "uraay nignt and Sunday. I0TES ON ADAIR WORTHMORE BRAND BOYS'OVERALLS triple-lock-stitch- ed w-Jm- tvj N Am-mutio- n Om) J. ZINSMEISTER & SONS his-tor- y, ed ss-eight- y -- to-da- h X-m- as L. H. Jones -- y y, -- -- y. IMlI ft' -fawSsj IPMff UHiniimhv -- y ." aroma-lade- n WWm&iWmaBmiJrfrk &-au I -- VJkili I m fTSW rJEF---fS?i-T wf7 1 -- a