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On Sunday morning, March 7, 1915, John Eubank, who was a resident of Columbia, and who had been a Master Mason for sixty-tw- o years, died at his home on Water street, where he had lived for fully forty years. When a young man he mas tered the unwritten work in Masonry, and was a tutor of the newly initiated for many years, rendering valuable service to his pupils, making Columbia Lodge No., 96, one of the bright organizations of the fraternity. When death came he lacked only a few weeks of being eighty-fiv- e years old, his birthday falling on the 25th of April. He was a lover of Masonry and filled some important station in the lodge as long as he was able to perform the duties. As an evidence that he was esteemed by his brother Masons, a large body participated in the funeral and his burial, and therefore be it Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Eubank Columbia lost its oldest native citizen, the lodge its oldest member, the wife a devoted husband, the children a loving and indulgent father, one who will be sadly missed, and whose place can not be filled. 2nd. That we, as members of Columbia Lodge, No. 96, tender our pro COMMISSIONER'S SALE. HONOR ROLL. COMMISSIONER'S Adair County Teachers Made the Best Record in the "Moon- light School" Contest. Mrs. W. L. Russell, who before her marriage was a Miss Wade, a sister of Mrs. R. F. Rowe, of this place, was awarded the grand prize by the Illiteracy Commission for teaching the best moonlight school in Kentucky The capital prize was 850.00 in gold given by Senator O. M. James. .She was also awarded $10,00, given by Attorney General Jas. Garnett. Miss Laura Smythe, of this place, was awarded 515.00 for the best Moon light school story. The people of Adair county are proud of the record made by her ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. James Bryant &c Plff.' Annie Burton &c Dft. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 5th day of April, 1915, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, Two certain tracts of land, situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Sulphur Fork, and adjoining each other. The first tract to-wi- Columbia Graded and High School. SENIORS. Rex Holladay Edgar Diddle. JUNIORS. Nannie Faulkner Ruth Hamilton Paul Hamilton. FRESHMAN. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTTCKY. Strong Hill Plff. ) Marshall Roach &c Dft By Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the September term, thereof, 1914, in the above cause, for the sum of Four hundred and seventy-thre- e and twelve dollars, with the interest at the rate of six per cent., per annum from the 24th day of Sept., 1914, until paid, and 63 and 0 costs herein, I shall proceed to 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 April, 1915, at one o'clock p. m., or thereaboun (being county court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, One dark horse mule, five years old, and known as the Charley Sparks mule. One red heifer, three years old, and known as the Marshall Roach heifer. One black cow, nine years old, and known as the Strong Hill cow, and one black sow, one year old, and the increase of said heifer, cow and sow. Also a tract of land situated in Adair county. Ky., on the waters of Big Creek, and bounded on the North by the lands of Thomas Cole, on the East by the lands of C. B. Sexton, on the South by the lands of Warren Moore, and on the West by the lands of W. R. Gowen deceased, and contains 72 acres more or less. The live stock will first be sold, and should they fail to bring a sufficient amount to satisfysaid debt, interest and costs, then said land, will be sold, or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid,, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. hs 85-10- . Sara Coffey Anna Eubank Grace Huffaker t: teachers. The following editorial was taken from the Louisville Times: "HATS OFF TO 'ADAIR. county for the capture of the prize for the best record made by the "moonlight schools." The people of Adair showed an interest in the cause which is highly commendable, and the fact that the plum was secured in the face of strong competition speaks volumes for the earnestness and progressiveness of the mountain county. Now, with other counties falling in line just as earnestly, we may safely assume that the fight on illiteracy in Kentucky is in a fair way to be won more speedily than the most sanguine ever dreamed "Our congratulations go to Adair of." An foundest sympathy to the widow and the children, commending them to a loving God, who alone can furnish comfort in such a trying ordeal. 3rd. That this preamble and resolutions be placed to record, and the family of the deceased be furnished with a copy oT the same. 4th. That the usual badge of mourning be worn for thirty days. Geo. E. Wilson, 1 J. R. Garnett, Com. J. E. Murrell, J COMMISSIONER'S SALE. contains 32f acres. The second tract contains 40 acres more or less, but there is reserved out of the last mentioned boundary,, a tract containing about 20 acres. Said two tracts and the reservation are fully described by meets and bounds in the Judgment and order or sale, which is of record in the office of the clerk of the Adair Circuit Court in Order Book No., 14, Page 356. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approyed surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Frona Faulkner Latitia Paull Ruth Stotts EIGHTH GRADE. Vera Taylor Alonzo Summers. to-w- it: SEVENTH GRADE. Ruth Wilson Corinne Breeding Cecil Dunbar Millinery Opening. t My formal opening of Spring and George Herriford Mary Hughes Lawrence Antle Allen Eubank Beckham Jeffries Frances Reed Joe Wilson Kinnaird Rowe. SIXTH GRADE. Nellie Simms Bessie Helm Katie Taylor Eva Walker Edwin Hutchison Estelle Denney Lillian Logan. FIFTH GRADE. Ungrateful Son. Frank Engert, who is about twenty-tyears old, an all around bad fellow, was arrested on Green river, near the Taylor county line last Thursday, by Sheriff S. H. Mitchell and his deputy Clyde Crenshaw, brought, to Columbia and lodged in jail. He is charged with assaulting his father, beating him over the head with a re volver. One of the arresting parties states that the old man is badly hurt. It is also said that young Engert has been a great distuber in the neighbor hood but little peace when he was wo Summer Millinery will occur Tuesday evening and Wednesday, March 16 and 17. You are cordially invited. Mrs. Geo. Staples. Virginia Smith Robert Neat Mary Summers Frank Callison Nora Yates Anna. Dean. around. Mr. Winston W. Anderson Dead. The end came to the subject of this notice in Birmingham, Ala., Friday night of last week, and his remains brought to Green county and interred on his old home place, where J. A. Dulworth now lives, last Wednesday. Many years ago the deceased was in fine circumstance, the farm which he owned being the most valuable one in Misfortune came, his property swept from him, and being an old man, he never recuperated. He died at the home of one of his daughter's, who resides in Birmingham, at the age of seventy-eigh- t years. He was a scholar, having received his education at Center College, Danville. He was an uncle of Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, this place, and she and her daughter, Miss Mabel, attended the funeral. A Green county. Splendid Offer. . For the next thirty days we will furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiMagamonthly, one year; zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry Pointers, monthly, one year, all for S1.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Emma Lou Judd by &c Plff. ) J L. W. Bennett &c Dft. By Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to 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 April, 1915, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, to- wit: A certain tract of land situated in Adair County, Ky., on the waters of Russell Creek, and near the 'town of Columbia, containing 89J acres, and known assthe Judd farm, and fully described by meets and bounds in the Judgment and order of sale, which is a record in the office of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, in Order Book No., 14, Page 335, to which reference is made. The one Eleventh interest of the plaintiff, Emma Lou Judd, in the Bond to be executed for the land ordered sold will remain a lien upon said land, and bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent., per annum from date, until she arrives at the age of 21 years, or a guardian qualifies for her as required by law. For the purchase price, the pur chaser, with approved surety or securities, mast execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the foree and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Would Make an Ideal Sen- FOURTH GRADE. Rachel Coffey Marshall Paull ator. Ballard Trigg, of Glasgow, has an-- ' nounced as a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination as Senator from the' Nineteenth Senatorial district. No higher toned gentleman or one better fitted for the high office to which he aspires could be found in the Nineteenth Senatorialldiatrict than is Ballard Trigg. He has always been on "the'firlng line giving liberally of his time and, means for the good of his party. He is by nature a high-tone- d gentleman, and by training well qualified for the responsible position he seeks and should the Democrats of the district see cause to make him their standard bearer it is a foregone conclusion he will carry their banner to victory in November. Mr. Trigg is a brother of Mrs. C. U. McElroy, of this city. Bowling Green Times Journal. big-hearte- d, Foster Pickett Annie M. Collins Mabel Rosenbaum Marie Ingram Herbert Collins. a special line of Childrens Trimmed Hats. All shades and deWe have signs, Get our prices. THIRD oKADE. Allene Nell Eubank Notice. & Summers. Frances Russell Willard Browning J. Frank Walker. SECOND GRADE. Frances Browraing Cecil Mae Kearnes All persons having debts against the estate of Dr. W. R. Grissom deceased, will please present same to me at once . Lucile Winfrey. lJ ' Anna M. Gladys FIRST GRADE. Menzies Bascom Willis ' ' ' v' properly verified and proven, for pay. ment. Rachel E. Grissom, Executrix of W. R.'Grissom, deceased. l8-3- t. - i William Kearnes . Ingram Davis Wilson John Ingram , Alma Walls Joe Russell, Jr. Banks Hancock's name was through mistake omitted from High School Honor Roll last week. Here I come with another big line of Lids for Kids. Prices from 50c. to $1.50. Mrs. Geo. Staples. For Sale. Trimmed Hats $1.00. 150 acres of land, all in timber, one hundred thousand feet of good oak No special invitations. We invite ready for the saw and a quantity of For Sale. one and all. stave stuff. It adjoins the Dock "WiWhite Leghorn, and Indian lliams farm, and E. L. Grant. If not Eubank & Summers. Eggs. 50cts for setting of sold privately by the April county 15. Mrs. Jno. N. Conover. court, will be sold to the highest bidFor Sale or Exchange. der at the court-housAddress Ladies. J. M. Howell,Greensburg, Ky.l9-3- t Eubank & Summers. Run-nerDu- ck e. Pike Officers Elected. The subscribers to the pike fund on the Jamestown road, met in Columbia last Thursday and perfected an organ- 's p J ization by electing Melvin Conover Chairman, J. O.Russell Treasurer and Luther Williams and Burton Yates Secretaries. Death of a Good Citizen. All the money subscribed will be due the first day of July, and the contributors are urged to pay in the Mr. Albert Blair, who lived on Shoes, Shoes, Shoes. Concord church, died the amounts subscribed to either of the first of last week. He was seventy-si- x above named gentlemen as rapidly as years old, and had been married possible. Before buying your spring slippers fifty-fiv- e years. There was not a death see the beautiful line at the Bee Hive in his family during fifty years of his Mrs. Betsy Ann Irvine, who was a Shoe Store, and save 40 per cent. on married life. He was a good citizen, sister of Mr. S. S. Yan Hoy, died at the dollar. G. W. Lowe. a consistent member of the Christian the latter's home last Wednesday. Church. The funeral services were Large circle of friends attended the j Five room cottage for rent. 4 conducted.by Eld. Z. T. Williams. funeral. Dr. W. F. Cartwxfght?3aj -Sul-phurne- ar For extra good Coffeer call at ColDon't wear your old hat when you store and two churches, four miles to lins & Young's store, where you can spring bonnets R. R. station one mile from school. be supplied at 121 cents per pound, can get two This is good lime stone at the usual price of one. Our ticket of bottom land. Creek land, 15 acres 19-runs through is to sell the goods. farm. Two springs, good orchard, Eubank & Summer. I keep on hands a full stock of good six room house good barn and coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep other outbuildings Joe Pittman The Ladies of the Baptist Church Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Dreyfus, Ky. will have a sale of Easter good things 19-two hearses. Prompt service night or on the 3rd of April, the Saturday beday. Residence Phone 29, office Bran $1.10 per hundred or 500 lbs phone 98. fore Easter Sunday. Among the ma' ny articles will be dressed chickens, for $5.00 at Stevenson & Sundusky's 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, salads, croquettes, beaten biscuits, roller mill. Ad Columbia. Ky. cakes, pies, easter eggs and homepatronmade candies. We invite the The grandest "hits" in hats ever age of our friends. Notice. shown here, you will find on display Mrs. George Staples. All persons owing the estate of Dr. for 82.50 at C. M. Herriford purchased of Miss W. R. Grissom, deceased, will please Alice Walker, last Thursday, a comIf you want a good suit come before come in and settle same at once. bined horse, in good flesh, for $115. Rachel E. Grissom, Executrix of they are all sold. Just received from Gill & Waggener. W. R. Grissom, deceased. the factory. up-to-da- te 2t 2t 100 acres of land two miles from 20-- 2t 18-- 3 1 After March 25, 1915, 1 will stand at The best ever. Don't fail to see the Fair Grounds, my fine Jack Mur- the counter of trimmed hats. Eubank & Summers. phy, the same Jack I had last year; at $8.00 to insure a living colt, I will also stand Judas, the Purcheron StalHon. H. V. McChesney's announce at $10.00 to insure a living colt. ment for Governor appears in lion to-day- 's . i ": . Geo. Coffey. News. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J. L. Corbin 13 acres joins Bob Pike tax and costs Geo. Harris 3 acres joins Geo. Brock tax and costs J. E. Morgan 150 acres joins land to be Sold for 1914 Taxes J. I. Hendrickson and 4 ' acres joins J. M. Wolford at the Court House Door tax and costs April 5, 1915. Wm. J. Roy 256 acres joins G. B. Withers tax and SHERIFFS SALE. . 3 31 joins Ed Grider tax and cost Mrs. Demsey Taylor 60 ac3 01 res joins Clay Moore tax and cost 3 18 3 61 11 30 DISTRICT 0 4. Colored. John Ferrill 61 acres joins Henry Garnett tax and cost Josh Taylor, Dec'd, 50 acres joins Art Sherrill tax and cost DISTRICT NO 5 Mrs. M. E. Bingham 75 acres joins W. S. Rogers tax and cost C. C. Coffey 65 acres joins L. T. Keltner tax and cost J. H. Compton 50 acres joins Brice Edwards tax and cost G. E, Kemp 80 acres joins Sam Baker tax and cost W. T. Keltner 50 acres joins Will Burress tax 2 55 Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health health lies deeper, and yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thing that a woman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far On Monday April 5, 1915, at the court house door in Columbia, Kentucky, the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described tracts of land, or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the taxes due and costs for the year of 1914, of the following named persons: DISTRICT Ko. 1. Mrs. Mollie Bastin 7 acres joins Lewis Holt tax and SI 54 costs J. H. Baxter 71 acres joins Lucien Moore tax and 19 10! costs Charles S. Baxter 10 acres joins . W. Pointer tax 2 81 and costs Sallie M. Bottom 15 acres joins J. H. Emmett tax and costs l 32 Ted Bryant 35 acres joins G-- J. G. Burton tax and costs Mrs. 4 01 Patsy Burton 115 acres joins Dump Sumner tax and costs 9 85 E. L. Gabeheart 142 acres joins U. S. Stayton tax and costs Mann 28 acres joins R. J. Stayton tax and costs Charley Mays 65 acres joins D. C. Mays tax and costs .D. C. Mays 170 acres joins V. H. Blair tax and costs J. H. Martin 35 acres joins W. M. Beaty tax and costs Mrs. S. L. Monroe 1 acres joins John White tax and costs J. C. McMullen 2f. R. 16 acres joins J. M. Wolford tax and costs J. H. Nance 68 acres joins Campbellsville Lumber Co., tax and costs Z, C. 10 73 4 56 5 83 11 49 6 05 2 26 7 20 3 63 acres joins Jim Scott tax 10 78 and costs 16 acres joins J. O. Sanders Dave Williams tax and 4 76 costs John Swallows 10 acres joins Logan Montgomery 02 tax and costs J. T. Thompson 10 acres joins Wince Graybeat tax 4 45 and costs M. West 2T. R. 1 acre W. 1 51 tax and costs 1 town J. T. Wilson lot 3 56 Knifley Co., tax and costs B. Holtzclaw N. R. 150 acres joins Pat Chelf tax 16 48 and costs COLORED DISTRICT NO. 1. Margaret Crow 50 acres joins W. H. White tax 4 00 and costs L, Dunn 57 acres joins M. Mary E. Lemon tax and 7 10 costs D. H. Fitzpatrick N. R. 40 acres joins Dave Wil2 56 liams tax aud costs W. M. Brummett tax C. B. Hendrickson 10 acres and costs joins Sam White tax and W. H. Hamilton 70 acres 4 56 costs joins MacK uoomer tax J. R. McWhorter 40 acres aud costs joins M. E. White tax Filson Heise N. R. 124 acres 6 44 and costs joins John Thurman tax H. H. Shively 6 acres joins and costs E. C. Hardin tax and J. H. Jessie & Son 34i acres 3 31 costs joins Walker & Pullium M. C. Eastridge omitted tax and costs 8 35 from list tax and costs Avery Janes 25 acres joins DISTRICT NO. 2. Milton Janes tax and costs Mrs. Catherine Brockman Ed Kinniard N. R. 138J joins Hiram 110 acres acres joins Watt England 2 8: Blair tax and costs tax and costs Christie Anderson 15 acres Mrs. Amanda Patten 50 joins Howard Burton tax acres joins J. M. Thomp-"so- n 3 62 and costs tax and cost Mrs. Lena F. Acree 27 acres J. W. Parsons 2 lots in Grajoins Thos. Powell tax and dy ville, Ky., tax and cost 1 95 costs Mrs. Laura Page 50 acres X A. Bryant 90 acres joins joins Wes Thompson tax Bob Caffee tax and costs 16 and costs R. T. Bailey 30 acres joins J. E. Rowe 45 acres joins 3 93 J. T. Page taxand costs Nannie B. Rowe tax and R. L. Beard 55 acres joins costs T. W. Wheat tax and Marshall Roach 10 acres costs 5 79 joins J. W. Simpson, tax " .. and costs 3 acres joins 'lida Conover Bailey tax and costs 1 32 Ed Snead N. R. 35 acres C. H. ShodaA. Rainwaters 200 9 43 costs Charlie Roberts 10 acres joins Richard Harmon 3 31 Tax and costs M. W. Smiley 32 acres joins Richard Burton tax and 3 31 costs 20 acres Mrs. L. A. Simpson joins Bettie Maupin tax 2 24 and costs Felix Simmons 1 acre joins 3 31 M. Conover tax and costs W. W. Whitehead 50 acres joins Dora Bedford tax 4 56 and costs DISTRICT NO. 2 COLORED. Ermine Haskins 90 acres joins F. D. Conover tax 3 46 and cost NO. 3. DISTRICT Mary E Allison 50 acres joins Jean Royse tax and 2 76 costs W. A. Collins 60 acres joins 3 44 Tom Aarons tax and costs Mrs. D. C. Humes 40 acres joins Bill Gibbons tax and 1 33 costs Lee Harny N. R. f acre joins A. D. Harny tax 1 06 and costs Mrs. Sarah Ann Kimbler 1 acre joins Billie Shearer 1 33 tax and costs 4 acre joins R. L. Pointer 2 98 Jim Petty tax and costs 12 Mrs. Catherine Spencer acres joins G. Morgan tax 1 16 and costs A. Turner 150 acres joins J. A. B. Turner tax and 6 40 costs . Johnnie Voils N. R. 50 acres joins A. J. Law-hor- n 1 62 tax and costs J. L. Watson 30 acres joins 1 38 Willie Ross tax and costs Isaac Watson 12 acres joins J. L. Watson tax and 2 93 costs 74 acres joins W. B. Yates John Young and 100 acres joins H. C. Baker tax and 9 21 costs DISTRICT NO., 3 COLORED. Geo. Bradshaw 30 acres joins 7 50 M. Hudson tax and costs Ward Haskins 100 acres joins Genie Bradshaw tax 7 64 and costs joins ' Geo. Hurt 30 acres Darnell Bros., tax and 5 94 costs DISTRICT NO., 4. J. B Brake 6 acres joins 3 63 A. W. Rowe tax and costs Mrs. Ottie Bell 80 acres joins T. M. Collins tax 3 30 and costs G. G. Campbell 87 acres joins J. M Campbell tax 7 40 and costs W. C. Coomer 4 acres joins 3 23 Luther Bell tax and costs J. P. Dooley N. R. 10 acres joins Milt England tax 2 24 and costs J. S. England 8 acres joins S. B. Wooten tax and " S 23 costs M. England 57 acres joins J. -- 1 95 cathartic more general, both In the newspapers etc, which are entirely too violent. -nd on the platform, the mass of women Women should see to it that they -- re beginningto realize what the more have at least one movement of the ultivated have always known, that bowels each day, and when showing any ood health cannot be found in a powder tendency to constipation should take .ox. The externals of health may be Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin In the obtained in that way, but the basis of small dose prescribed. A brief use of muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among them Miss "V. L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nashville. Tenn., and Florence Cook. Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 403 Washington St. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. As health talks to women become superior to salts, pills, waters, it will so train the stomach and bowel 2 24 6 40 3 93 i 516 What Is the Best Remedy For' Constipation? v This is a question asked us many times each day. The answer 13 WELL DRILLER See me be ccst Mrs. Lena Kemp 50 acres joins Z. T. Kemp tax 5 79 I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. 2 and cost Sarah Miller 43 acres joins Will Hindman tax and 4 cost E. A. Roe I acre joins Zid- 12 ner Willis tax and cost J. W. Reynolds 62 acres joins A. J. Garrison tax 7 and cost Elmer Rodgers 17 acres joins Geo. Z. Rodgers tax 3 and cost G. H. Skaggs 50 acres joins J. C. Browning tax and 7 cost 60 acres tax Albert Willis 5 and cost DISTRICT NO 5 COLORED. Will Dudley 9 acres joins Jennie Calhoun tax and 3 cost Sam Jones 55 acres joins 6 Joe Smith tax and cost 50 acres joins J. P. Smith 5 Will Dudley tax and cost Richard Taylor 50 acres joins J. E Thomas tax 3 and cost DISTRICT NO 6 J. W. Bryant 27 acres joins 6 Bob Feese tax and cost J. W. Read 2 acres joins Bob 87 "We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paul! Drug Co. Latest im- 60 19 COMMISSIONER' SALE. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give 10 57 64 79 31 40 36 93 65 40 Parrott tax and cost C. G P. Geo. Stubbs 35 acres joins Humphries tax and 1 cost E. O. Turner 10 acres joins T. F. Corbin tax and 9 cost 6 COLORED. DISTRICT NO Ed McWhorter 100 acres joins Jo Page tax and coat J. I. Smith 78 acres joins 12 June Groves tax and cost Will Vaughn 1 lot Cane 3 Valley Ky tax and cost 55 78 64 51 31 George O. Hancock &c Df C. f ' By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 5th day of April, 1915, at One o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, Three certain tracts of land situated in Adair county, Ky , on the waters of Casey Creek, and all adjoin each other. The 1st tract contains 79 acres The 2nd tract contains 25 acres more or less. The 3rd tract contains 100 acres more or less. All fully described by meets and bounds in the judgment and order of sale to which reference is made for particulars. Said judgmemt is of record in the office of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, in Order Book No., 14, Page 353. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond bearing interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a .Tugment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. me a Call. ) Lula Leach &c Plff. - J. C. YATES A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and t: The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, Both One Year For Only What the Weekly $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price J1.00 per year, and it Is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie'of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. It3 numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. Thi3 grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage'bysubscrib'ngfor the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to J9-4- t DISTRICT NO G. L. Gentry 36 acres joins 7 Lack of ships has practicably paralized trade between the United States and the Philipines. The Court of Last Resort. Around the stove of the cross roads grocery is the real courtjof last resort, all others for it finally over-rule- s Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court in al most every cross roads grocery in this country, and has always received a favorable verdict. It is in the coun try where man expects to receive full value for his money that this remedy For sale by is most appreciated. Paull Drug Co. Ad. 6 40 4 53 10 52 2 24 1 32 5 94 2 87 . 4 23 2 24 4 56 Page Hudson tax and 4 cost ColumR. L. Smith 2 lots 5 bia Ky tax and cost G. B. Taylor 2 acres joins 12 H. C. Baker tax and cost 7 COLORED. DISTRICT NO Jennie Bailey 1 acre joins Matilda Holt tax and 1 cost acre Spencer Cheatham joins Matilda Holt tax 3 and cost 2 acres joins Ann Davis James Cheatham tax and 2 cost 7 acres Luther Flowers joins Lewis Willis tax 4 and cost Henry Hancock i acre joins 3 G. Wheat tax and cost acre joins TomMcClurel 3 Lewis Nunn tax and cost Martha Page I acre joins Harriet Johnson tax and 1 cost Robt. Spearman 3 acres joins P. H. Cheatham 4 tax and cost 8 acres tax Sarah Stone and cost v Taylor "Wade 50 acres joins 5 Geo. Aaron tax and cost "Willis i acre joins Cattie James Cheatham tax and 1 cost , i DISTRICT No 7 A. Colored. I The AdainCounty News, Columbiai Ky. 56 17 65 Are You a Woman? s 1 63 30 24 E. T. Franks is interested in the movement to start a Republican newspaper in Owensboro. Eat what vcu want and not be troubled i! FOR SALE Gardui AT ALL DRUGGISTS The Woman's Tonie 33 23 93 You Can Enjoy Life with inuiiestion if you will take a 4&rvJL before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25c a box. 12 JftrnS Dyspepsia Tablet F4 Paull Drug Co. k&A&&A 7iifo4&!LZ& rwr s years 67 83 The Iowa legislature is considering a bill that will prohibit the practice of chiropractric and will drive Christian Science healers out of the state. i3 t , J si C2 eesec"--.:?3! I r fcHfai! gMkarra " ! w'-tt.s--Jii-ia . 'jziAM.tjy.i.rjirv 3 31 Proper Treatment for Biliousness. For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, 31 Churchville, N. Y., was bilious and had sick headache and dizzy spells. Mary Luster 1 town lot tax 2 45 Chamberlain's Tablets were the only and cost ) S. H. Mitchell thin? that gave her permanent relief. Sheriff's Office Dated at Columbia Ky Sheriff Adair For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad J Co,, Ky . March 4th 1915 ' $9&ar 'v SSwUf' TRA3C 2Iarxf 3&&K4 DESIGNS yvv Copyrights &c a wane smiling asKttrh m:i! dcrtrt!fmray r an i.Ii u y "crialii our opim free ' Me. i ' u 13 !iriVL.piy f ii H!iiCajf C"ii'n i tin. .i i irh..lu? UJentl.ii. fiirMvrimf on ''". (!. oltlcst nceiirr si'n? '. 9 tnfcfn tliroi..h Jluun ' ... ;v;,(I untie?, without cliirce, MtS.; W h t.. " I . j.-ci- yj S&Mifie Emtilt ;i, fi ri-- r. &M illustrated woeilT- ot any scientlnc J.Mnial. limrmonth3.fi. Soul b7?ll &Co.364S'oada-?k- I.-r- '.t n",",kir. York . a 3 FSf--, Washington. O. i- -. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. PROF. V. We had a fine rain last Friday. W. P. Flowers was on the tobacco market at Greensburg last Monday. 0. GILBERT WOULD HEAD SCHOOL SYSTEM Democratic JoelRodgers spent last day with his family at Sun- Roach-vill- e. Announces His Candidacy for Nomination for SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC ' INSTRUCTION !i Two of the oldest citizens of Keltner died last week, Mr. Gaither Dohoney and Mr. Mil-fre- d His Life Has Been Devoted to the Work assistant state superintendent, has Professor V. O. Gilbert of Franklin, an- Clark. Mr. Thos. Dowell spent a day or so in Green county last week? A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yarberry, died last Friday,-witfever. Mr. and Mrs. Jo K. Sparks are citizens of our town. cases in the The small-po- x Milltown section are all off and we are glad to note no new developments at the present. Mr. Melvin Grissom, of Columbia, spent a few days last week with his relatives here. Jimmie Keltner left for Horse Cave Saturday, where he engages in the blacksmith business. Success to you. Col. J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, was in our midst one day last week, surveying. We are glad to note that Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rose, of the Sparksville community, are now citizens of our town. Dr. Stamberger, of Nashville, in company with Mr. Nathan of Greensburg, Bridgewaters, were in our city last Friday. Miss Sarah Cain was on the sick list for a few days of last week. Born, to the wife of Herschel Sherrill, on the 2nd a daughter. Quite a number of loads of tobacco passed through our place last week from Burkesville en route for the loose leaf tobacco market of Greensburg. Mr. Frank Dulin and Mr. Lawrence Simmons returned from the Greensburg tobacco market last week, and they report their tobacco averaging them 7c and nounced himself a candidate for t'.ie Democratic nomination for state superintendent of public instruction in the August primary election. Born and reared on a farm, experienced in the hard school of poverty, he early chose teaching for a profession and for over thirty years has faithfully and continuously worked in the public school system. Teaching in country schools, serving as county superintendent, city superintendent, heing for more than six years a member of the faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal, and having been assistant state superintendent for nearly three years and a half, has given him special training for the office he seeks. During all these years Professor Gilbert has made a thorough study of the conditions and needs of the public schools of Kentucky. His anciency. nouncement follows: "Second To with the "To the People of Kentucky: "I am a candidate for the office of county superintendents of the state, superintendent of public instruction. and to aid them in every possible way career at the age of sixteen in a country school, I have served as best I could as teacher in the rural schools, as county superintendent of schools, as city superintendent of schools, as instructor in. one of our state normal schools and as assistant for over three years to the state superintendent of public instruction during the present administration. "During this long career as a school man, I have never wavered in my demotion to the schools of my native state. It has been and will continue to be my life's work. "I am familiar with all the duties of the office to which I aspife, and I am familiar with the entire field from actual experience. "If I am nominated and elected, I pledge myself unreservedly to the following policies: "First To administer the office of state superintendent as economically as it can be done, consistent with effi- This is the "ThomhiU" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the aid of the most ingenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at. top and bottom, riveted through and through multiplying their strength. of master workmen the labor gears from ever getting out of line and. causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with' long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, tnakes light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steeL The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives better service. Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. non-breaka- The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the sold By WOODSON GREENSBURG, H LEWIS cheapen) KENTUCKY. CrU!235BHHMaHHMMHaHHBMHMHM-aiMHHHThe rhomhill Wagon is not the lowest priced bat the best, and in the end the EVERYTHING IN RX)OFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. $&g$&MhH& W '' ' ' 111 '' '. ': fi . !. .V? !$ Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- ' PROF. V. 0. GILBERT. '"' ' - jT - ?$& t" 4&m$ ...f "A Js. ."i . ? ir::: .! CO. subject to the the Parson cratic primary, action of1915. DemoAugust, attended the funeral of their "This office is one of the greatest grandson, Mr. Squires, in Green importance to the state, and every man who offers himself as a candidate county, last Tuesday. for it should be able to give satisfacThe work is progessing nicely tory evidence of fitness for the high on the dwelling of Mr. Amos position. "The best evidences of fitness for Keltner in our city. It will be any school position are devotion to only a question of a few weeks the cause of education and professional training. No man is worthy of until il will be completed the great office of state superintendOur old friend, Neighbor ent whose life has not shown a sinedgleness n shoe ucation; of purpose in the work of Hatcher, the and no man can be capable man, of Louisville, also, a can- unless he has had a rich experience didate for State Senator from in the kinds of duties that prepare state superintendency. one this district, was in our midst Thesefor the are of three kinds: Acduties last Tuesday. He is very jubi- tual teaching in the public schools, lant over his prospect for the supervision of public schools, and adpublic schools. nomination, as well as having a ministration of "By these standards I am willing fine business in the shoe line. to be judged, recognizing that it is right and the duty of the people For the last thirty days our theselect the candidate best qualified to farmers have been working rap- by nature and training for the posiidly, and we are glad to note tion. "In the first place, I want the posithat they are about all up with tion and want it intensely, because it their work for the time of year. is a high honor, because it is a pro- field for Wheat and oats are looking well. motion, because it offers Ia feel that faithful service, because We are all making a great effort I am competent to perform the dufor an early garden. Some few ties of the office, and because I will have been planting a few things. do my very best to merit the confi- lie per lb. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred in the great work of building up an efficient system of schools. My policy shall always be to help, not to 6 Eaat Mattel trec;'. Between First and Brook well-know- i and are losing weight, we recommend that you take If You Are Nervous binder. "Third To make the department of education serve the classified cities in every possible way. To this end I shall seek for ways to serve the city boards of education and city superintendents. "Fourth To in every helpful way with the boards of which the state superintendent may be a member. "Fifth To the organization of courses of study, so as to adjust the educational machinery and work of the schools to the practical living needs of the community at large, and te hold constantly before the children examples of temperance, culture and good citizenship. especially "Sixth To with the illiteracy commission. The state superintendent is made by law a member of this commission, and I shall most heartily with the commission in its great work cf eliminating adult illiteracy and illiteracy in general. "My whole heart, my very life, is in the work; I have had the opportunity for all this training; I Have done my best wherever I have worked; and I shall redeem to the letter In good faith every promise made or implied in this announcement. Upon this platform I am earnestly seeking the dence reposed in me. years I suffrage of the voters. "For more than twenty-tw- o "Yours for service, have given my life to school work in "V. O. GILBERT." this my native state. Beginning my Louisville, Ky. Cumberland River Route Bumside & Burkesville Transportation Company ( Incorporated ) Packet Steamers: Tow Boat: ROWENA and CELINA. ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges. , These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught, having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland River, and the only boats having working arrangements with Railroads at Bumside. Traffic handled direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer. Through Rates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through Tickets to and from Cincinnati'and Louisville. Cargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats for the protection of shippers. SCHEDULE: Str. "Rowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. in. of each week for Galnsboro, Tenn. Returning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday G a. m. Leave Burnside "Wednesday 3 p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn. Returning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a. m. Stre. "Celina" and "Albany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to change without notice. G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. Bumside, Kentucky. A. B. MASSEY, President. fC0WM Emulsion - nn unveun ZJ.ftAi&n4lK2 for a short time. Aprescnptwuwhich we gladly endorse. Paull Drug Co. Eight persons of Pineville were bitten by a dog that has since been shown to have had Hollanders are sure to suffer from the flood tide of war unless they dam it Read Our Liberal Paper Offers ,- - z 1. si, 41 V'WiOO,. WS HEkADAIR-COUNTY.NE- THE ' the NEWS he served a term in the Lower the parents' and patrons, visit any school Youwill be welcome House, and was an active repretime. Come. Published Every Wednesday sentative, and he now seeks enMr. J. the eastern BY THE dorsement from his party. He portion "N. Coffey was inone day last of the county Adair County News Company is well read, a good deal of his week. While riding slowly along the time having been spent in teach- road he met a man, who stopped him, and asked about the war. Mr. Coffey (Incorporated.) ing school. He is popular in his gave him the latest information, when home precinct, and has a large the man said: "I just met Dr. Shaw CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. acquaintance throughout both and he told me that the Germans were fixing to attack the United Democratic newspape devoted "to the interest counties. He expects to canvass States; that they had alrdeady blowed of the City of Colujnbla and the people of Adair the district, and personally lay the Panama Canal 'ell ward." and adjoining counties... . ADAIR COUNTY Millinery Opening Thursday Morning,- At 9 O'clock Sharp. We line of Milliney ever have on dispilay the most shown to the public Our Patterns were designed by the best Artists will Up-to-da- te Entered at the Columbia class mail niatter. Post-offi- as second his claims before the voters fore the primary. be- Easter Sunday will come on April 4th, from Cincinnati, Chicago, Louisville and Nashville. Liseret Ribbons in all shades. We have the new Sand, Tipperary, Polo's Everything in the New 'and Leading SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. MCH. 17, 1915 ing the postmistress. While the mistake was slight, the office being. in the Announcements. Montgomery family, we want to give credit where it belongs, and yet we ing Biliousness, Headache, Dizziness FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. and Constipation. Dr. King's New believe that Mr. Montgomery is a good Life Pills will clean up the Liver, and working Democrat. We are authorized to announce F. give you new life. 25c. at Paull Drug Parent's Day. Ad. A. Strange a candidate for circuit Co. clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in NO. 6769. BURNSIDE and CARTHAGE ROUTE On Friday afternoon March 5, parAugust. ents' day was observed in Miss Clark's FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. room at the Graded School. The OF THE CONDITION OF children of this room, third and fourth Judge J. C. Carter, of Monroe coungrades, entertained their parents and INCORPORATED ty, authorizes us to announce his can- THE FIRSTS NATIONAL BANK all those who attended in a way that didacy for to the office of PACKET STEAMER PATROL COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE brought forth words of praise for the Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-nint- h AT teacher and children. D. L. HAM, Master. district, subject to the action OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE We failed in last Issue of the paper OF BUSINESS MARCfti, 1915. of the Ropublican voters, as expressed to state that Miss King's room enter- COMBINATION PACKET and TOWING STEAMER RESOURCES. at the polls at the. coming August I tained on the preceding Friday. .A " L primary. 97 .tSR 21 delightful time was had. r ,Fif J Loans and dlstomits.f. parents and patrons were present. ?j FOR ,C03nrON"WBALTH'S ATTORNEY. .Overdrafts, secured and nnsecur; .., ed y...........:. i rfV- - 1W 88 Miss Atkinson's room, fifth. and FLEET OF. DECKED and COVERED BARGES 25 000 09 U. S. Bonds'to secure circulation"' entertained their parents and, We are .authorized to announce A. U. S. Bonds to secure.U. S. De- - ' others who came on last Friday, and A. Huddleston, of Cumberland coun- podtsA..:.. ..:... '.:.:. , Your'FREIGHT and PASSENGER business solicited at the close of exercises in that room.. ty, a candidate for to the Other Bonds, to Secure Postal- M ""? . 2000 00 Miss Hankins pupils entertained, Savings.... ..$2,000 ; office f Commonwealth's Attorney in on Good Sound Business Methods and Courteous r' Bonds, securities, etci other than- t, 6 500 00 The following are those whovisited district, sub- StOCKS this the' SPwenty-nin'tTreatment. ' Miss Clark's room last Friday: Supt. ject to tbeiaction of the Republican, Subscription to Stock ofJFederal All Freight Carried on Packet Steamers at Insured 3 000 SeserveBank Huffaker, Mrs. Paull, Mrs. Sallie Bell, voters in said district, as expressed at 1000 00 2 000 Less amount unpaid Mrs. Marvin Young, Rev. Z. T. Rates. the primary to be held the" first Sat- Banking house, furniture, and s Mrs. Ernest Harris, Mrs. Chas. urday in August, 1915. 00 . fixtures 2000 No Transfer Charges at Burnside on Freight. All Williams, Mr. 3 075 27 Sandusky, Miss Lela Due from FederalReserve Bank FOR THE STATE SENATE. Shipments handled Carefully and Promptly Due from approved reserve and Mrs. Jas. Beard, Mrs. Marcum, agents in Central Reserve Mrs. Clint Smith, Mrs. Lee Grissom, Without Delay, upon Arrival. S2 136 63 Cities We are authorized to announce D. Mrs Williams, Mrs. Geo. Nell, Miss Due from Approved Reserve All Published Through Rates now in Effect to and E. Hatcher, of Barren county, a canNettie Clark, Mrs. Rosenbaum, Mrs. Agents in other Reserve didate for the State Senate, subject from Cumberland River Landings Protected by ?31 537 01 33 673 64 Jj,W. Walker, Mrs. C. M. Russell, Cities tc the Democratic voters at the Aug- Due from Banksland (Bankers Dr. Russell, Miss Octavia Reed and us, Through Rates via our Line are not higher 122 66 , other than above ust primary. The district is composMrs. Dean. than via any other line. ed of the counties of Barren, Met- Outside Checks and other cash 50 00 items calfe and Adair. The many friends of Rev. W. H. C. 238 60 288 60 Fractional currency. Checks on banks in the same city Sandidge, in Adair county, will be SCHEDULE 412 12 glad or town as reporting bank.. . to know that his general health We are authorized to announce R. Notes ot other National Banks 850 00 STEAMER PATROL: is reasonably good, though he is someB. Trigg, of Barren county, a candi- Specie 7 573 00 Leaves Burnside Tuesday of each week at 2 o'clock p. m. for Carthage, 'He notes 1 500 00 9 073 00 what afflicted with rheumatism. date for the State Senate from the " Tennessee. , Redemption fund with U. S. , was an honored and much loved citi39th district, subject to the action of Treasurer (not more than 5 zen of Adair county for many years'. Returning, Burnside Saturday a3m. connecting with Q. & C. Train No. the Democratic voters in the August per cent, on circulation) .... 1250 00 He now resides at Greensburg, being 6, North at 11.10 anmandsNo. 5 South at 1:20 p. m. primary. The district is composed of 204 6S6 38 thelpastor of the Presbyterian Church Total Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. Burnside, Saturdaoteach week a 2 o'clock p. m. for Butler's ' '" liabilities; '.' that place. ," . ianding, Tenn. 'f 25 000 00 Capital stock paid in.....' FOR THE LEGISLATURE. ""ReturnirigjBurnslde Tuesday U. m. connecting with Q. & C. Train No. 25 000 00 Surplus fund t. .....' ..;... 4 507 20 Undivided profits Casey Creek. H'Northafc.5:10a. m; Less current expenses, inWe are "authorized to announce H. STEAMER G. W. NIXON and Fleet of Barges will be operated according to 1 740 79 2 760 41 terest and taxes paid C. Baker a candidate to represent Circulating Hotcs 25 000 00 3 the demands of business. The Roley Debating Society Less amount on hand and in Adair and. Cumberland in the next "THIS SCHEDULE SUBJECT to CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Treasury for redemption Legislature, subject to the action of elect-ne- w 500 00 24 500 00 met last Friday night and fund or in transit the Republican voters, as expressed Due to Banks and Bankers other than officers. The Society seems 67 51 at the August primary. above T. A. LEWIS, G. F. & P. A. H. SHEARER, President. Individual deposits subject to to be on a boom and I think W. J. DAVIDSON, Tkeas & Gjss. Mgr. We are authorized to announce G. 127 194 52 check L. Perryman a candidate to represent 157 94 127 352 46 there is nothing greater for the Postal Savings Deposits Burnside, Kentucky. Adair and Cumberland in the next Total Literay f204 685 38 community than a live Legislature, subject to the action of Kentucky, Society. ss: the Republican voters of the district, State ofop County Adair J as expressed at the August primary. The program was carried out White Nan With Black Liver The liver is a blood purifier., It wss thought at one time it was the seat of the passions The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states, caus- In an item in last week's News we stated that Mr. J. M. Montgomery Colors: Belgium Regimental and Army Blues, Battleship Grays, was postmaster at Greensburg which was a mistake. He is a deputy in the office, his daughter, Miss Judeth, be- Green, Old Rose, Kings Red, Barnyard Straws, Chin-ChiEverything in the new shapes. All we ask is that you come and pay us a call and get our prices, for our ticket is quick sales and small profits. 1st floor, next door to Nell & McCandles' Grocery. ns. Eubank & Summers. REPORT Cumberland Transportation Company ty-eig- ht '' Q. W. NIXON -- -- sixth-grade- s - v, 4 h -- W,il-liam- s, Legal-tend- er , 1 Russell County Announcement. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J a candidate for Circuit of Russell county, subCourt Clerk ject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at , the August primary. R. McFarland FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. I, E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. II. Hughes, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of March 1915. Mae Stults Notary Public My Commission expires at ending of 1916 Leg islature. Correct Attest: Braxton Massie, Director. Henry N. Miller, Director, John D. Lowe, Director. , as follows: Opening exercises by Chaplain Impromptu by L, A. McWhor-te- r, the subject being, Why all peopte should attend Sunday-Schoo- l. Quartet by Prof. J. M. Mrs. Underwood, Arthur Wol-for- d, All Box Stalls Eleetrie Lights Livery and Feed Stable W. H. Wilson, Prop. Columbia, Kentucky. Good Rigs, Safe Drivers Open at all Hours andMilburn Wolford. Parent's Day. 7 We are authorizeK-t- announcLee A. Lawles a candidate for to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the Au gust primary. o News Mr. G. L. Perryman, of the Pellyton precinct, is announced a candidate to represent Adair and Cumber land in thenext Legislature. He is a Republican, and his candidacy is subject to the action of said party in the August primary. Mr. Perryman is a native of the county, and a few years ago In to-day- 's Children of the room of grades 5, G, and 8 entertained at the Graded School. Miss Atkinson's pupils entertained at 1:30 and Miss Hankin's at 230. More thanjfifty parents and patrons attended and enjoyed the splendid programs. Much of the work done by pupils in paintings and map drawings and also some of the test papers on class work, just as they had been Mil-buhanded in, were on display. 'Everything tended to show development and progress made by the pupils. Visitors were so many that we have not space to give their names. Brother Bush, Brother Williams, Supt. Huffaker and Mrs. Williams made Eight persons of Pineville were splendid talks which were enjoyed by dog that has since by all. All patrons who attended re- bitten. by a cour- been ahownto have had ceived a hearty welcome. It L ' ages both teachers and pupils tb'have rn Several nice recitations were given by the school girls, and the subject for debate was: Resolved that Education has wielded a greater influence over the Civilized World than the Pulpit. The speakers on the affirmative side were Mr. Edgar and Miss Sarah Collins. The Negative was Mr. Elby Christie and Wolford. It was decided in favor of the negative. VeryRespt. Milburn Wolford. t$ BLACK PRINCE CIGAR What a Sorceress is - Princess Nicotine! - Wine may drown sorrow for the moment, but calls up no pleasant memories as the aroma of a good cigar. You'll not find the other kind here. We don't keep them. All prices, to-bsure, but all the very best at the price, and, of d honest, undrugged, end. , stock from end to, e well-cure- Greensburg- - GigarCcV THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TTryr f cry r Jo Hurt, A. B. Wilmore and Rev. W. T. Tarter, of Jamestown were made Royal Arch Masons in Columbia Chapter, "No. 7, last Tuesday A f night. H. T. Parrott, G. C. Hoi man Mr. X C. Hill, Glasgow, was here and R. L. Marshall were .here from Campbellsville to witness the work. one day last week.' m -- J Messrs. COOPER TALKED ;. rpt- - n.Tm-- t i T 'Mt""' 9 k. TO MANY FARMERS Not Coming to '"I i i Judge T. A. Murrell, Lebanon, was Mr. W. R. Lyon was here a few days in Columbia the latter part of last ago, billing.for the big auto moving Great. European War Will week. picture show which the Buchanan LyAffect Distribution of was on Company puts on, free, to every Mr. W. H. Giltner, Lexington, Tanlac. body at the Willock opera house, here a few days since. Campbellsville, Saturday night March Mr. C. M. Gaeeri)' Louisville, was ..s j. ns. - f Ky., Campbellsville, At -- u on inner ii v, iMn " .ii .w.. i n. to come hverybody ....... invited ness this and wit i ... - A at the Hancock Hotel last 'Wednesday. Mr. Lafe Akin is now teaching voMr. Charles Fisher, Glasgow, spent cal music in Columbia. He has a a day or two of last week in Colum- class of 'twenty and the meetings are bia. held in the Methodist church, nightMr. M. K. Hargan, of Louisville, ly. The term 1b ten nights. was here a few days ago. ' Parker Naylor Dead. Messrs. W. E." McUandless and Jo LouisRussell made a business trip to ville, last Friday. J. Parker Naylor, of Moody, Texas, died Feb. 12. In 'his will, written Mr. Is. C. Winfrey will attend the Metcalfe circuit court, beginning next Feb., 9, 1909, he named L. F. Naylor as executor, without bond. His en Monday. tire estate, embracing several tracts Dr. H. W. Depp will be in Edmon- of land in various counties, was to be ton all next week. divided between his wife, Ellen N. Miss Mary Williams Montpelier spent Naylor, his son, L. F. Naylor, and grandson, J. Parker Naylor. A specseveral days in Columbia, last week. provision gave his son and grandMiss Frances Strange has recovered ial son all of the property at his wife's from an attack of tonsilitis. death. As she preceded him in death Mr, Albert Bryant, merchant at her part of the estate goes to the son Ozark, is in the Louisville market and grandson. this week, The deceased was a native of Adair county, having removed to Texas in Mr, Charlie Diddle, who has been teaching for the last few months at 1866--7. He was a good citizen, and is Gradyvihe, returned to his home in remembered by many of the older resLogan county, accompanied by his idents of this county. aunt, Miss Sallie Diddle, - 30th. It will be worth seeing. Mr. F. B. Waggener ing on a thirty day trip through Mis' souri, Kansas and Colorado- Mr. Geo. A, Smith, Jr., wife and children, Lua? Ky, visited at the home of Mr, Smith's father, Mr. li. ' v' A, Smith, Sr, last' week ' - l Mr, Jo M, Bosenfield, who is employed at Mt, Vernon, 111, is visiting his home people, " left this morn- Sunday School the-M- The third'Sunday at Cane Valley in . E. church Preaching Satur- dayjhight by "Rev. D. L.' Vance.' ' ''Sunday 10 a. m. Sunday school spir- John Lee Walker went to Burkesville Sunday, returning Good show at the Parlor Circle this with Mrs, Walk'er and little son, John week. The show will fill its regular Eitchey, who visited there a week or dates until hot weather comes. Mr, to-da- y, L. Vance. .10:30 a. m. Importance of a Sunday School by Sam R. Duvall. 11 a. m. sermon, by O. M. Capshaw. it by D. two, Mr, Hadis Harvey, of Rugby, who has been in Sanford Fla, for the past four months, has returned horn e greatly improved in health, The many friends of M rs. J. W. Richard will be glad to learn that she has about regained good health after a severe and prolonged illness. A daughter of Mr. Cris Burton, who was threatened with pneumonia while NAT BROWN Lexington Mch., 17. Thousands of farmers from Fayette and adjoining counties heard L. T. Cooper, the great philanthropist, in Cooper gave Lexington, recently. one of his famous lectures on health and hygiene, in connection with an interesting demonstration oj the merits of Tanlac, the remarkable medicine he is introducing to the American peo" pie. Several score of these same farmers took part in the agricultural exposi tion conducted by Cooper at his own personal expense in Lexington. Many of the displays excelled the exhibits seen at the county fairs, and have attracted widespread attention through out Kentucky. In speaking of Tanlac and the his great medicine is fulfilling, Cooper said to the farmers: "Tanlac, gentlemen, is not a common patent medicine. Tanlac is a proprietary medicine the kind of medicine recently spoken of by Hon. Oscar Underwood, the Democratic Leader. of the House of representatives in our national Congress at Washington,' D. , C:. You all know that Mr.t Underwood was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Presidentand 'that' he is a man of great abitityand integrity, He is a nativeKentuckian too. Realizing what a real hardship it of would bring1, to the thousands AmeTicatfpeople who daily use Tanlac and similar proprietary medicines, should these preparations be included amongthe popular commodities upon which a special war revenue tax was placed, Congressman Underwood, with characteristic safe guard of the people's rights,' placed himself on record as unalterably opposed to any thing that would increase the price of proprietary medicines, or which would tend to deprive the working man of his best friend. .sA The biggest and most fascinating Moving Pictures ever shown. LCfl'iTrgiTj "From Molten Steel to Automobile" t M Produced and presented by the Maxwell .Motor Company. l i Every picture of thrill ing interest. ' Many sensational;, all highly educational. free upon application, TO Tickets of Admission Buchanan Lyon Company Incorporated Distributors for Adair Green and Taylor Counties. fc tf visiting her brother, Mr, James Burton, near town, is improving. Miss Emma Bailey, who is visiting the family of C. Sj Harris, has about recovered from a severe spell of sickness of a few days duration, NAT BROWN will make the Mr. Carl Taylor, Campbellsville, present season at my barn three who is engaged in the insurance business, was in Colnmbia a few days miles south of Columbia, and will ago. Mrs. Ellen Wheat and Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, who visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther, Williams, Montpelier, have returned home. Mrs. X. B. Miller, of Buffalo N. Y-- , an old resident of Columbia, is visiting friends and relatives here, after an absence of several years. Her many friends were glad to see her. "The result was that Tanlac and proprietary medicines were stricken complelely off the war revenue biil. Thus it is, gentlemen, that the thousands of sufferers in. this country are enabled to obtain Tanlac now at a price within reach of the most modest means " Here, Cooper, holding the attention of the great assemblage, explained the causes and enumerated the symptoms similar so-call- while attending the K. E. A. All teachers who will attend will be given $1.00 per month extra on their next year's salaries. On April 5, County Court day, we will have a meeting of teachers, trus- YLER RED LEAF. Mr. A. O. Taylor, who has been deputy county court clerk under Walker Bryant for the last five years, resigned his position last Thursday, and left for Frankfort Friday morn-inwhere he has a position in the Mr. office of the Road Commissionr. Geo. Epperson, of Montpelier, takes his place in the' Clerk's office. Mr. B. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, nity. was here Thursday. He reported that I also have an extra good his wife, who was dangerously ill for young Jack that will be permittwo weeks, was improving, and that mares at $7.00 to in. the indications point to her early re ted to serve g, be permitted to serve mares at $10. to insure a living colt. Nat Brown is a dark bay stallion, eleven years old, 16 hands high, with heavy bone and muscle. He was sire,d by a son of the famous old Nat Brown. His 1st dam an English draft mare. Nat Brown is an excelthe lent combined horse, and-hamost perfect disposition of any horse I have ever seen or handled. Any woman or child can handle him with perfect safety. If you want the best all around horse for all purposes, you can not afford to miss this opportus covery. ' Miss Katie Murrell had a slight at tack of tonsilitis the latter part of last week, and was compelled to keep her room for several days. Additional Locals. number were Mr. Henry Altsheler, the brought in, buyer, i being here. Mr. Altsheler wanted mules for the army, and out of the many brought to town, he found only three that he'Could use. He paid upon-in Last Thursday was mule day in 'and quite a Co-lumb- ia sure a living colt, mis jacK is black with white points, has extra good length, extra heavy bone and foot and lots of weight and substance, 14J hands high. Money due in all cases when colt is foaled, mare traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood, or bred to other stock. You are cordially invited to call and examine the above described stock before booking your mares. In both cases all care taken prevent accidents but not reto sponsible should any occur. average for JLhejo 1125. J. Press Miller. of stomach, liver and kidney troubles. stomach, liv"Mosfof the er and kidney troubles," said the noted student, "are due almost entirely to catarrhal inbammation of those organs. The constant coughing up of mucous, dull, throbbing headaches, pains in the pit of the stomach side and kidney region, lost appetite, nervousness, lost ambition, depression of spirits, and susceptibility to coughs and colds, are common symptoms of this miserable condition from which so many suffer." Resolutions. Cooper then produced hundreds of testimonials from Lexington people as convincing evidence of the genuine Resolutions of Glenville Union Sun day School thanking the young folks merits of Tanlac. Tanlac is now sold in Columbia, by of the local dramatic club for contribuAd tion, Page & Taylor. Resolved. That we the officers, teachers and pupils of the Glenville An Explanation; An Apology; An hereby express Union Sunday-Schoo- l Announcement. to the members of the Glenville Dramatic Club our most sincere and heartfelt thanks for the presentation On March 1st, County Court day, I of $9 41 to this school. was kept unusually busy and could not J. W. Jones, Supt. get away from my office till some time Jessie Dubley, Sec'y after one o'clock. I had "been informed that some candidates wished to Special Notice to speak at that hour, so I supposed they would hold.the crowd till I could leave Patrons will please remember that my office. I came into the courtroom just as soon as I could get away after July 1, 1915, no exchange of old from my office and found it empty. old books can be made, and that the The attractions on the square seemed newly adopted books must be used to to forbid an effort to get the people the exclusion of the old ones. Any bacc. I regret that under these cir- teather or trustee who uses or percumstances our educational meeting mits to be used, any old books as texts failed. As stated in a previous an- in school, is liable to a fine of from nouncement, the Kentucky Educa- ten to fifty dollars, and the County tional 'Association will meet in Louis- Superintendent has been advised by Reduced rates will the State Superintendent to withhold ville Apr. on all railroads, and at the the salary of any teacher who uses be given hotels. We want a large representa- the old books in his school. Patrons tion of teachers and trustees from will please not wait till July and then Adair county to attend this meeting. complain that they can not exchange Arrangements have been made'to give their old books. Please make theex-chibg- tf before July. trustees a special--rate-j pf5c$s. .per Tobias Huffaker, Supt.. A. C. S. day at the Gait House in LoutsviJJe, - tees, patrons and people generally, at court-housbeginning at one o'clock p. m. I wish to talk to the people in regard to the K. E. A., corn clubs and school affairs generally.- 'I will try to secure some other speakers and if successful will announce them in due time On that day I will do .'iHiSLtlkMlflw&'JASrOTi'TrcrsT B SSK no business in my office after 12 o'clock so as to avoid another disappointment. Parties wishing to see me on school or other business will please govern Fancy trotter, will make the themselves accordingly. Let everyseason of 1915 at C. H. Goode's body who possibly can, attend. Very Respectfully, barn at Roley, at $8.00 to insure Tobias Iluffaker, Supt. A. C. S. a living colt. Is a beautiful red bay, 16 hands high, weighs one the e, thousand and two hundred pounds, with large bone and extra heavy muscles, very stylish looking, fine action, extra good disposition. All of these qualities, are in a remarkable degree transmitted to his colts. Tyler RedA Leaf sired by Sunshine, Spring- field, Ky., and he by Red Leaf Ky., Extended?! Harrodsburg, pedigree will be given later. BLACK McQUEARY. " Patrons. At the same barn and place this great jack will make the season at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Black McQueary is a very large bone black jack, with white, points, 15i hands high sired by Gov. McQueary one of the best jacks that was ever in Washington county. Dam is a very larg& jennet, she sired by old Gov. Woods. 21-2- 4. Also a new boarding house and feed barn in Roley, can get meals at any time and horses, well cared for. Albert Bright Casey Creek, Ky., THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS McCHESNEY ENTERS RACE FOR GOVERNORSHIP Stands for Constitutional Amendment Submitting Prohito the People Vote on State-Wid- e bition of Sale of Liquor. Says it Must Be Determined Whether They or the a Whiskey Interests Shall Rule Kentucky. "With the declaration In favor of State- careful and rigid inspection of all departwide prohibition of the manufacture and ments of the State government with this sale of Intoxicating liquors as the chief purpose in view. plank In his platform, the Hon. H. V. I congratulate the State on the great deMcChesney, of Frankfort, has announced velopment In in himself as a candidate for the Demo- recent years, our public schoolI system use shall elected and cratic nomination for Governor in the every endeavor to iffurther advance the State primary of next August. cause of public education. Having deMr. McChesney declares that if nomi- voted a large part of my life to the cause nated and elected, he will urge upon the of the public schools, I am deeply interGeneral Assembly to submit to the people ested in their continued growth. for their ratification an amendment to The increased interest manifested over the Kentucky Constitution providing for the State in improved methods of agriculStatewide prohibition. In the formal an- ture and in the construction of good roads nouncement of his candidacy, Mr. Mc- Is very gratifying. If elected 1 shall aid Chesney, who several years ago filled the in every way possible in the furtherance offices of State Superintendent of Public of both of these great Interests, so vital Instruction and Secretary of State, prom- to the ises an abridgement of public expenditures people. progress and welfaie of the whole where it can be properly done, and the I am in hearty sympathy with the profurther advancement of the present progress In educational and agricultural de- gressive spirit which has marked the velopment. State's advance along many lines in recent years, and it shall be my ambition If elecHis announcement is as follows: ted to see this spirit yield a still greater "To the Democratic voters of Kentucky: fruitage in the agricultural, industrial and After mature deliberation I hav decided commercial development of the Commonto enter the race for the Democratic nom- wealth. ination for the office of Governor, in the My record as Superintendent of Public primary to be held August 7, 1915. In Instruction and as Secretary of State is making this r.nnouncement it is due those before the people for their Judgment, and whose support I seek that I briefly outline I shall enter into no detailed account of the policies I advocate. my services in these positions. The people less familiar are I am in favor of state wide prohibition of the Statemade,more or am willing to with risk and I the record of the manufacture and sale of intoxicattheir Judgment of my fitness for the office ing liquors. If nominated and elected I of Governor on that record. shall urge upon the Legislature of 1916 During my term as Superintendent of the passage of an Act submitting a prohibition amendment to the Constitution to Public Instruction the State per capita the people for their ratification. In view was increased largely, the teaching force of the large amount of capital invested in of the State put on a more efficient basis, the liquor business, however, I shall favor and other educational progress made. At the close of a provision in the Act giving a reasonable creasing the my term I wrote the bill inrural school term from five time, after its ratification, before It becomes operative, In order that those en- months to six, and the companion bill providing the funds for the extra month, gaged In the business may adjust their without increasing the tax rate, and seaffairs without too great a sacrifice the I have no fault to find with the County cured their passage by was aLegislature. member of Unit Law. I have favored every advanced As Secretary of State 1 the new Capitol, step taken In Its various amendments. It the Board which built and was also a member of the Board is a step in the right direction, and has which assessed all franchise taxes, which been a great blessing to the Commonwere largely increased wealth. Under it 106 counties have voted taxes term. very two administrationsduring covThe dry; but the remaining counties contain a that by eight years marked an era ered those very considerable part of the total popuof great prosperity in the governmental law lation of the State. The present peo- affairs of the State a big state debt was seems inadequate to give relief to the ple of most of these counties. And again, paid off, the rural school term increased Schools the liquor interests, instead of showing to bix months, two State Normalput on a respect for the County Unit Law, and for established, the State University people as expressed at the more comprehensive basis, a new Capitol the will of the polls, have been contesting every election built, many other progressive movements fostered, without increasing the tax where the result was dry, arid going into rate, and all full treasury a turned over to the courts with every possible technical- the succeeding administration. I am proud ity, in an effort to defeat the will of the to have had a part in making that record. people. Not only has this been their attiDuring the seven tude toward the law and its enforcement, from public office 1years since I retired have have but theyoppose made it their business to every call of the Democratic responded to party. Durevery man who aspires to toltterly ing this time, to the serious neglect of public office who does not take his orders A temperance man can not H1 personal affairs, I have stumped the from them. rmn atate for my narty in everv camDaiern. in Tfentnoij-tttn fnr nv humble, without feeling the weight of'Siving my time and services to the suc- their wrath, expressed in the usual way. L'e?s of the party s nominees. My experience Their efforts' to dominate the politics of urnce, eight years aoove, gave in public me an reierreu u the State have Increased as county after sight Into the affairs of the State govern- has been added to the dry column, ment that ouKht to Drove valuable to the untll their influence has become a menace Chief Executive. My service to my party to popular government. since In view of all this it seems that there me to retiring from office perhaps entitles some consideration. On this record Is but one solution to the problem, and private citizen, to is that we to submit itonce the whole people as a public officer and asI amay possess, I with may know and for all time submitwhatever ability to the Democracy that my whether the people or the liquor Interests of the State.candidacy If are to rule in Kentucky. Not only is this shall devote my nominated and elected I entire time and energy the logic of the situation, but it is abso- to the discharge of the duties of the office lutely fair. "Who can be heard to say that in an effort to promote the moral, educathe people as a whole haven't a right to interests of the Compass on a question so vitally affecting tional and businessend that it may become their moral and financial welfare? We monwealth, to the place submit good roads amendments and taxa- a better live. even than it is now in which to tion amendments to the whole people Respectfully submitted, why not submit this question, infinitely more vital to them? H. V. McCHESNEY." Forty-si- x years old, virile, enthusiastic, As stated above, I am not unmindful of the property interests involved. It is and of a ready wit, Mr. McChesney has to be regretted that moral reforms often made himself one of the best known Dembring financial loss to some; but the pub- ocrats In Kentucky through his activity lic conscience Justifies the loss to the few In the interests of the party in every camwhen it means an infinitely greater sav- paign since boyhood. He entered public ing to the many. The onward march of life at the age of 25, when he was elected Christian civilization must not be retarded County Superintendent of Livingston. He because a few men have invested their was to office. money in the business constituting the that he had taughtthat Caldwell, Previous to in his native county; Crittenden, where he was reared: obstruction. My familiarity with the financial affairs Webster and Livingston. of the State, as a result of eight years' From County Superintendent of Livingsexperience (from 1900 to 1907) as Super- ton he was promoted to intendent of Public Instruction and Sec- Superintendent in 1899, the office of State running on the retary of State, and as a member of the Goebel ticket. Four years later he was Sinking Fund Board, leads me to the be- elected Secretary of State on the ticket lief that such a revision of our taxation with J. C. W. Beckham. eystem can be made as will readily reduce Their friendship has been the State debt, and make good any de- and close since that time. Mr. continuous crease In revenues that might arise from was chairman of the speakers' McChesnev the loss of the tax on liquors. And this State headquarters in 1911 and, bureau of excepting can be done without any Increase of the Governor McCreary himself, made more tax rate. Saving State revenues is Just speeches In the campaign than any other as Important as producing them. With Democrat He stumped the State with the elimination of the liquor business from JJr. Beckham when the latter was elected Kentucky the saving to the State In crim- United States Senator. inal prosecutions alone would be an enorProbably no public State is mous item, and go far toward a solution in more demand as a ihan in the all sorts speaker on of the financial problem. If the money of occasions than Mr. McChesney, and his spent for liquor in Kentucky, and for interests in affairs touching community criminal prosecutions growing out of its life, as well as the welfare of the State use can be saved, in half a dozen years are well known we can relieve the financial situation of resided and hasin Frankfort, where he has been law sinc the State and build a macadam road to leaving State office. practicing present a He every church and school house in the member of the City Board is at of Education a Commonwealth. Another large saving can be accom- w w.- plished by the elimination of all useless and. a ..w...Uv.., uuiioBaptist deacon In the niBiuricai societv Church and offices, and if elected I shall institute a President of its Sunday School, hnn-nvp Springs on business last Monday. Mark Coffey and wife Visited the iatter's sister, Mrs. Lillie Withers, of Fonthill, last Sunday. Mrs. Withers has been in declining health for some time. There was prayer meeting at Matilda Craven's last Sunday night conducted by Bennie Voils. Elmer Harmon thinks the saying, "The early bird catches the worm," applies to potatoes also. He aims to try the experiment by planting a row or two of potatoes today. L. M. Wilson and wife visited at Wm. Blankenship's last Sunday. Oliver Gaskin and Cassa Cravens were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Sunday of last week. They left the next day for Nelson's Ridge, where it is reported they will reside awhile and keep boarders for J. L. Gas-kin. Birdseve view ot our Plant 4 "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog! Windows, ing at Concord the first Sunday WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, We are expecting deputy Sher- Man Takes His OWn Medicine is an Optimist. iff, J. F. Hughes, to move to our He has absolute faith in his medsection soon, he having recently icinehe knows when he takes it for purchased!M.',H. Bernard's place. certain ailments be gets relief. People who take Dr. King's New Discovery for an irritating Colds are optPurdy. imiststhey know this cough remedy will penetrate the linings of the throat Old uncle Cy Burton is not im- kill the germs, and open the way for Nature to act. You can't destroy a proving much at this writing. Cold by superficial treatment you Rev. J. M. Turner filled his must go to the cause of the trouble. regular appointment at Bear Be an optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery For Wallow last Sunday. sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad Mr. H. 0. Corbin and family to-da- I visited uncleCy Burton last Sunday. Miss Martha Burton was the pleasant guest of Misses Pearl and Pert Burton Saturday night. Aunt Cathrine Burton is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. Frank Burton and family visited relatives at Neatsburg last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. George Dehart preached an interesting sermon at Bear Wallow last Wednesday night. Mr. J. B. Burton made a business trip to Columbia last Wednesday. Miss Lula Burton was the pleasant guest of Misses Alice and Ethel Knight last week. Miss Pert Burton had the misfortune to cut her left leg with afternoon. Mrs. J. 0. Polley and little daughter, Nellie, of Buckhart, 111., are still visiting Mrs. Polley's mother at this place. Rev. J. S. Chandler will preach at Oak Grove church, the second Saturday night and at Clear Spring on the second Sunday. Mr Frank McElroy, of Russell county, was visiting relatives at this place last week. Some farmers in this section Craycraft. have recently sold their tobacco Mr. Robert Bailey closed a to Mr. Faulkner, at Coburg, He very successful term of school at has been paying very satisfacConcord last Friday. Every one tory prices. was pleased by Mr. Bailey's Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Leech, of teaching for he is an excellent Russell county, were at Mr. J. teacher. A. Richards, Sunday night. They Messrs. Dudley Hayes and Anwere en route for Indiana, where derson Murrell and Miss Love they will make their future home. Richards entered the L. W. T. T. Mr. Lige Bryant left for Illilast Monday. nois, last week, where he will The singing at Freedom 'last work during the summer months. Sunbay afternoon was quite a success. There will be a sing- A Convalescent requires a food tonic that will rapidly build up wasted tissue "We Do Not Gripe have n pleasant laxative that will do just what you want it to do. "We sell JSmSmSi Emulsion is a most reliable prescription which we always recommend for ihat purpose. Paull Drug Co. containing Ilitvovhosvhites thousands of them and we have never seen a better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. - Lexington Prince. HMHMa Eller. Several in this part have been busy the past few days breaking corn ground. The roads have improved to such an extent, that some have commenced hauling lumber and spokes again. Willie Murrell, who has been i j visiting relatives here, returned home a few days ago. A. L. Foley, who has the grip, is reported better. Dr. J. M. Blair passed through this part Monday, and reported several cases of fever in nearby sections. Doc said one of his ribs was broken when his buggy overturned near Fairview church recently. Mark Harmon, of Craycraft, moved back to our community this week. Wesley Wilson, who has been quite sick the past two weeks, does not seem to improve much. Elvert Coffey and Elvis Wilson attended the singing at the new school house Sunday evening. W. T. Aaron, who has been very low with typhoid fever, is reported on the road to recovery. ",t This celebrated Stallion will make the present season at the e, stable of John Leet, in permitted to and be serve mares at the low sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. All care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Camp-bellsvill- PEDIGREE: Lexington Prince is a gaited saddle and harness horse, sired by Eed Prince, he'by 2nd Jewell, he by Jewell Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. First dam by Tan Moltke, 2nd dam thoroughbred mare tracing to old Lexington. He is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel, snip in face and two white stockings. For farther information call on, fine J. W. Wilson was at .Russell H. V. McCHESNEY. 3K I. G. Thomas. Campbellsville Hotel. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COULD SCARCELY J. to her WALK ABOUT sit up Mrs. fined Ami For Three Simmers Mrs. Yin- - believe I would have died if I hadn't cemt Was Umable to Attend to Amy taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. Russell Greek. R. Cundiff is still conroom, but is able to some. Mr. Art Todd left for Canada last week. Mr. Deed Smith left for 111., Cundiff were inGreensburg last Tuesday I fattened up, and grew so much on business. Pleasant Hill, N.C. "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like anMr. Owen Wilson was in Camp- three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and bellsville last week. Cardui is purely vegetable and last time, was my worst Misses Mable Hindman and Its ingredients have a mild, tonic I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. Georgia Faulkner and Messrs. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, Rollin and Robert Caldwell visitwalk about Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nered Will Ed Squires and sisters housework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back Saturday night. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, Messrs. Whitney and Murrell Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, weak women, during the past 50 years. of Romine, were in this locality would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has looking for timber last week. until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of Mr. Dick Squires is on the sick Write to: Chsttanooea Medldnt Co.. Ladles' Ad health, when I finally decided to try visory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special ih list this week. itructions on your case and book. "Home CarduL the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. Some of our farmers are through breaking corn ground. . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pickett were visiting in Columbia last week. Perry Cundiff sold his burley tobacco crop to the Greensburg loose leaf house for 6cts. Ernest Cundiff sold his crop of burley to Walker & Hindman for 7 and 3ic. Miss Say Wilson visited Miss Cara Shepherd Saturday night. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence Miss Ann Liz Squires is a vicA long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick tim of solve eyes. John W. Cundiff sold his crop and satisfactory fence. of dark tobacco to Mr. Jake Bault for 6 and h cts. NOTE THE PRICE. will preach Bro. Bush at 9 in. Stays 26 in. hteh Price 15c momy Wire Fence 7 Wires Hutchinson's school house the 4th " 18c Sunday afternoon. Every body " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " cordially invited. W. gentle-actin- g. 1 je J-- of Her Housework. last Tuesday. Ernest and John Special Notice ! Greensburg, Ky. His remains wers interred in the home grave yard. Dr. Mr. Milford Clark, age 82, died March 4th with lagrippe and DENTIST pneumonia. Funeral services OVER. FATJUL DRUG CO. were conducted by Bro. Joe Fur-kiColumbia, Ky. The remains were laid to rest in the Pleasant Ridge ceme- RES PHONB 20. office: PEONl tery to await the Resurrection morn. HENRY W. DEPP, Mr. Alvin Rosson and wife returned to their home, at Rugby, DESsTIST last Saturday, after teaching a Am permanently located in Co two months school at Cove lumbia. at Cool Spring. The farmers have been taking All Classes of Dental work done. Crow advantage of the pretty weathBridge and Inlay work a Specialty. er by turning the soil. AH Work Guaranteed There has been several loads Office over G. W. Lowe's of tobacco gone from this place Shoe Store to Greensburg. Born, to the wife of Lee Vires J. B. Stone J. H. Stone March the 3rd, a daughter. Mr. J. W. Saltsman was at W. & Stone, Wednesday, on S. Picketts, last Attonev-At-Labusiness. Mr. Rollin Browning and Count J Will pra5hce in Columbia, were in this Stults, of this and adjoining countiei. community last week looking afJamstown, Kentucky : ter insurance and stayed over n. - James Triplett Stone w night at W. S. Pickett. Woodson Lewis Mrs. A. J. Coffey is confined to her room with la grippe. Grace and Ruth Vance wera and Dentist quite sick last week. ears experience. Special attention Mr. R. 0. Keltner and family given to Surgical and Dental work. visited Claud Keltner and family Office at residence near Graded School building. one daylast week. PHONE NO. 7N Aunt Martha Parnell is quite sick. Vttinaty Surgeon Mrs. Squire Kemp has been sick for several weeks. some Forms of Rheumatism Curable Rheumatism is a disease characterized by pains in the joints and in the joints and in the muscles. The most common forms are. Aute and Chronic Rheumatism, Rhenmnrjc Headaches, W. T. OTTLEY alltheCourts Rollin HurtV.OIfic ATrORXEV-AT-IA- 1 COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY Will Practice in 0!fice:-- ln " " " " " 8 8 9 9 " " 6 9 6 " " ' " " " 9 " " " " 32 32 39 39 "" "" "" "" " 20c 18c Your Dowels Regular. ws, the bowels are As everyone the sewerage system of the body, and it is of the greatest importance that they move once each day. If your bowels become constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper and they will correct the disorder. .For sale by Paull Drug Co. Keep Residence Phone-1- B Business Pho el3lA " " 22c " 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." men of Louisville, died in Florida from a stroke of paralysis. N. solutely by applying some good liniment that penetrates. An application of Sloan's Liniment two or three DENTIST times a day to the atfected part will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g two or three times a day to the affected part will give instantlrelief. Sloan's up Stairs. Liniment is good for pain, and especially Rheumatic Pain, because it pen- Kentucky etrates to the seat of the trouble, Columbia, Ad. soothes the afflicted part and draws the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all Clifton Tatum, long one of the medicine." Get a 25c bottle now. leading live stock commission Keep it handy in case of emergency. Ad Genera Blacksmithing For sale by Paull Drug Co. Secretary Daniels issued orders that no member of .the NaWhole family dependent vy should under any circumstance Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, writes: "Our whole family depend on resist the civil authorities. done. Sciatic Rheumatism ai.d Lumbago. All of these types can be helped ab- DR. J. MURRELL Notice to the Public Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia Price3 Doa't forget our immense stock of Shoes and ing, both We Cloth- attention to Horse .Shoeing. right and at old prices. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Under, the direction of the Postoffice Department 2,000 aviators are to carry letters on There is a lot of lagrippe in routes already selected. C. D. this community. VETERINARY SURGEON Portugal has been rent by a . Mr. Tom Coffey is sick with larevolution and a separate Repub. grippe and kidney trouble. Land Ownersf Attention. lie has been formed in the north. Mr. Allen Rose of Keltner, is A Specific Against Colds. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do very sick at this writing. "If there is such a thing as a specific Mr. 'Gaither Dohoney died againts colds, it is to be found in the your Surveying correctly. March, the 2nd. Rev. Calvin sleeping porch or the open bed room. years He has thirty-thre- e Christie and Bro. Joe Furkin Next to that comes the cold sponge to Eyes morning," says the Youth Special Attnetin experience. Charges reapreached the funeral at Pleasant bath iu the Companion. Be as careful as you can l, Fiatulo, Spavin or any sursonable. Phonel74 or Ridge church to a large concourse you will occasionally take cold and 1 am gical work done at fair prices. well fixed to take care of stock. Mon write e , due when work is done or stock of relatives and friends. He was when you do you will find Chamber removed from stableB. Cough Remedy a great help in 77 years old, a good Christian lain's C. Faulkner, ID61ES' IESIIENCE enabling you to get rid of it. Try it. T. man, and will be greatly missed. For sale by Paull Drug Co. 9NIU1UUVILLE STREET. Ad 1 Pyrus. Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. Maybe someone in your family has a severe Cold perhaps it is the baby. The original Dr. is an ever ready Bell's household remedyit gives immediate penetrates relief. the linings of the Throat and Lungs, destroys the Germs, and allows Nature to act. At Paull Drug Co. 25c. Ad. Pine-Tar-HonePine-Tar-HonPine-Tar-Honey Yes have told us the same story distress after eating, gases, heartburn. A j Many People j PHONE NO. 1 75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. - ySSmSSSm before and after each meal will relieve" you. Sold only by us 25c. ,j'Paull Drug Co. Tablet . Buy Go mo $)-?- ! -(- ? Surveying The Sure Growing Kind 5a Vf C? ff A prf f rfr-- Crenshaw tf he can'tsupiily you. wriw cs direct. 2nd and Main Buy them from vour local . LOUISVILLE SEED CO. LouisviBc. Ky. Tired! Are you tired? ran down? nerrous? Is everything you do an effort? No t it is not laziness. You are ill. Yonr system needs a tonic. Your Stomach. Kidneys and JArer need stirring up. Nothing will do this better than M&rfS&& Poll-evi- Clectric 50c. and L9CATI9N-NE- AIEI Bitters $1.0O,?-iAl- l Drattista Columbia, ICy. uffi'v "". ,M)f. 8 -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Vi '. :''T. :A- - 3 T Vvi TO CASH BUYERS Trade in all lines of business has been dull for several months, Manufacturers 'and Jobbers are anxious to turn their accumulated stocks into ready cash.. We've been quietly securing splendid deals in all lines of goods handled by us, our aim has been to place before the people of this community a high stock of merchandise, such as you find in the best Department stores in the large cities. Without fear of contradiction we say that we have the largest stock of General Merchandise in this section of Kentucky, bought direct from Mills, Manufac turers and Jobbers, with SPOT CASH. Now, in order to start tile oiJimg KjUiiiy j c; vrm ucgm on vv V Thursday, March i8th And Continue Kor 10 Days A SPECIAL CUT PRICE SALE In all departments of our store. This does not mean that we will only cut prices on a few staple goods in each department, but it means that every. article in our store will be sold at a uniform flat discount of 10 to 20 per cent, below prices that have been prevailing heretofore. It would be a useless and expensive undertaking to use the space in this paper to .name all the articles of merchandise at these reduced prices, but will IT ifbrieflyr q uote, some e H A V-- i ?f f Cotton' Department All Standard- Prints .....'?.;.. Fast Colored Check Ginghams Amoskeg Dress Style , ," Heavy 4 Hoosier Sheeting " 9-- 4 Pepperell " " " 4 Bleached.. - r NET PRICES Shoes In our Shoe Department we are showing all the new lasts and leathers from the shops of the best eastern manufacturers. Ladies Low Shoes in all the new shapes and creations, also the old reliable Dunlap and Eclipse shoes in the new classy styles for Men, Misses Low Cuts in and Children's Laces, Straps and Pumps. ! foot-form -- K J J Iu Clothing suits suits suits TNY TW . . 4ic 5c ' Here-i- s , deepest where we put the knife in Our entire Spring stock of .- 4-- .... .... s. 9c 5c 18c 20c Mens, Boys and Childrens Clothing will s be on the Racks for this sale. 9-- Mens. $10.00 Mens Mens Boys at Quilt Lining 4c Colored Cotton Sheetings 8&c Fine quality Shirting Cheviots 9c 4-- 4 Bleached : Cotton 6 and 7c 4-- " 4 12.50 15.00 and at at suits $7.50. 10.00. 12.50. from ... Children " Hope " 7ic 20c Striped Feather Ticking. . ... 15c 1 0c Unbleached Drilling 8c 12c Cotton Batting 9 oz. Blue Denim 9c Mens Shoes from $1 .50 to $3.00. Our Work entire shoe stock will be discounted from 10 to 20 per. cent. of A special high grade line $1.50 up. The entire line embraces the newest styles in Cassimeres and Palm Beach & etc., from reliable Manufacturers. No sweat shop Junk in this department. Worsted, 8" " " - 14c 12c Carpets and Upholstery Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, ners, Mattings, Linoleums, Our entire spring purchase Silks, Woolen Dress Goods, Cotton Suitings, White Goods, Linens, Voiles, Crepes, Flaxons, Plisse Crepes, Organdies, Laces, Embroideries, Braids, Trimmings, etc., go into this sale at a uniform discount of 0 per cent. 1 d Hall Oil Run-- , Cloths, Hats and Caps. t Spring and summer Hats and Caps for Men and Boys embracing the new blacks in Fur, Straws, Palm Beaches -- Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Curtain Etamines, Drapery Cloths, Poles, Fixtures, etc., all go in this sale at 10 per cent", discount. "and Silks, discounted 1 0 to 20 per cent This is not "Hot air" but facts". We want to move $25;000 worth of merchandise in this sale. You need our goods at these prices, we need your money. Don't miss this sale. .. 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