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Gretna Green. Green Circuit Court. lley's Postmaster. To the patrons of the Can$ 'Valley postoffice: , It is with the kindest feelings and the best intentions that I have resigned as postmaster at this place. When I made application for this office I promised 1 would serve the people to the best of my ability. I feel that I have kept faith with them and I feel that I have - executed the duties of the office as best I could considering my poor health. I may have made mistakes but mistakes are common to humanity. I appreciate the fact that about two years ago when the administration changed I was asked by a number of friends and patrons of the office nob to resign. I also appreciate the fact that in 1914 when the fourth class postmasters were called to take the Civil Service Examination, I was asked to take the examination. Let me impress upon the minds of my friends that 1 feel in deed grateful are informed that Dr. Woodruff i'Iowers lias decided to return to Columbia for the practice of his profession, and that he will arrive here within a few days. Dr. Flowers spent about two years here in the practice after completing the medical course and was receiving a "Splendid practice when he left. His coming is gratifying' to his many friends in this secWe Mr. James Butler, one of Adair's Last Wednesday night Mr. AsaLoy, Last Monday was the opening of the well to do farmers, who lives near Mt. of this place, and Miss Annie Tandy, March term of the Pleasant church, met with a very se- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tan- The crowd in town Greencircuitcourt. was much larger rious accident last Friday morning dy, of Bliss, left the home of the about 4 o'clock. He had gone to his barn, and was in the loft throwing down feed to his stock. As it was not good daylight, in moving around he stepped on a loose plank., was precipitated to the lower floor, breaking one ht tion. Prof. Lafe Akin, who taught successfully, for ten nights, a singing class of eighteen members in this place, closed his first session last Friday night." There was an open session and a large audience gathered and listened to delightful music rendered by his pupils. Prof. Akin is a trained musician, and has a happy way of imparting the rudiments to his pupils. d with him as The class is an instructor, and may give him 'another call in- - the near future. The members also take pleasure, in commending him to others who want lessons in vocal music. Many of Prof. Akin's home people paid him due respect by being in attendance the closing night. well-please- to each and every individual that signed my petition in 1909 or that rendered me any assistance in any way at that time or since I especially thank my "Democrat" friends for th'e kindness they., have shown me and for the interest they have taken in this matter in my be half since Mr. Wilson was elected President, and the Administration Changed about two years ago. Yours sincerely, D. O. Eubank, Postmaster, -- Mrs. "Martha E. Bareer. widow of Honor Worthily Bestowed. Miss Leonora,. Lowe has recently been elected to the Presidency of the Young Woman's Christian Association of Kentucky College for Women, Danville, Ky., where she is attending school. This honor is the highest social honor given to any student in the school. Leonora besides holding this! honorary office is President of the Junior class, a member of the Student Council and a teacher in the College Sunday School. We are glad to have these honors given to one of Columbia's young ladies. the late Alonzo Barger, Russell county, died on the 8th of this month. She was a highly respected lady, a woman of strong Christian character, one who will be greatly missed. She was the mother of MrsC. R. Royse, this county. The funeral services were conducted by her brotherinlaw, E'd F. J. Barger, of this place, in the presence of many relatives and friends. Mr. Sylvanus Wilson, a prominent merchant pf Russell .springs, arrived in Columbia last Thursday night, from Louisville, accompanied by his wife, who hud been in the Norton Infirmary . for i several weeks, being treated for norve trouble. The many friends of Mrs. Wilson will be glad to learn that she is greatly Improved, all indications pointing to her ultimate recovery. Persons who want to look over an merchanimmense stock of first-clasNotice. dise should visit Russell & Co's store. The proprietors tell you all about it Notice is hereby given that ad ap- on the eighth page of this paper and plication has been filed in the Adair you should read every word they have County Court by Gordon Iklontgomery to say. They are giving extra good seeking to have discontinued the1 fol- bargains this week, and you can not lowing described portion of the Co- afford to miss visiting this store. lumbia and Greensburg road: Begin ning at a point on the West side of Jpr "Sale, Russell creek where said .road enters said creek at said ford, thence cross ing said creek at Burks ford, and 150" acres of land, all in timber, one with said road on the East side of aid hundred thousand feet of good oak creek to where same intersects the ready for the saw and a quantity of new road at the East end of the stave stuff. It adjoins the Dock Wilbridge which crosses said creek. Said liams farm, and E. L. Grant. If not application will be tried and deter- sold privately by the April county mined at ttie April term, 1915, of said court, will be sold to the highest bidAddress Adair County Court. I was appoint--e- d der at the court-housM. Howell.Greensburg, Ky.lOBt above noby said court to give the J. J. N. Coffey. tice. 21-1 Mr. Walter Sullivan, of this place, who met with a serious accident in Louisville, two weeks ago, while stepFor Sale. ping from a car, and had to be conon veyed to a hospital, is improving and y house and lot, Nice will be able to reach home in a few J. L. McLean. Merchant street. 21-dajs. His wjfe has been with him since the accident. A good pair of seven year old mules Protracted Meeting. 15i hands high, new 3 inch Weber wagon and harness for sale by , O. C. Collins, Columbia, Ky. A series of meetings will commence '21-2- t at the Baptist church, this place, the first Sanday in April. Dr. E. F. Graded School Notes, i Wright, a noted divine of Williamsburg, Ky., will assist the pastor. All cordially invited to co There "have been 270 pupils enrolled the people are operate in the services. to date. The average daily . attendis more than '200 for the ance first 7 months. Mr. Fountain Beau, of Adair counProf. Turner will preach the bac- ty, and Susie Bradley were recently calaureate sermon at the Baptist married at Russell Springs. The cerchurch the second Sunday in May. ,, emony was Impressively said by Rev. Snow Monday caused several of the B. F. Tails. little people to be absent. s e. 2 two-stor2t to-da- te of his hips. Drs. Russell cand Cart-wrig- dy. reduced the fracture, and SatThe groom is a young man of good urday afternoon the patient was rest- habits; is industrisus and has made ing easy. many friends in Columbia, where he has resided . for the last eighteen months. Spring Millinery. The bride is one of Adair's best young women, popular in the comWe have on display the most munity where she was born and, line of Millinery ever shown to reared, and will be greatly missed the public. Our patterns were de- from the social circle. signed by the best artists from CinThe News joins their many friends cinnati, Chicago, Louisville and Nash- in wishing them long, prosperous and ville. We have the new Liseret Rib- happy lives. bons in all shades. Everything in the New and Leading Colors. Belgium Presbyterian Church Acts. Regimental and Army Blues, Battleship Grays, Sand, Green, Old Rose, Resolutions of the session of the King's Red, Barnyard Straws, Tifper-arEverything Presbyterian church on the death of Polo's in the new shapes. All we ask is that Dr. 17. R. Grissom. Whereas, God in His providence you come and pay us a call and get our prices, for our ticket is quick sales and has removed from this earthly life our small profits. 1st floor, next door to friend and brother, Dr. W. R. Grissom, Nell & McCandless Grocery. Resolved, That in his death the Eubank & Summers. Church has lost a faithful member On account of an unusual demand and officer, and the community one of for advertising space, we were neces- its best and most useful citizens. H.e sarily compelled to carry a number of was for many years a Ruling Elder in letters over. Our correspondents will the church, and he was ever faithful appreciate our situation,-knowinin the discharge of duty. He will be paid matter is bounito be ac- greatly missed by us, his associates. that cepted in order for a As a physician he was prudent arid sympathetic and kind. No night was Mr. R. C. Gilmer, of Sampsel, Okla., too dark, and no road too rough to sends M. O.' to pay up arrears, advan- cause him to fail to respond to the cing his subscription to Oct. 26, 1916. will of those who needed his services Many years ago Mr. Gilmer was a His life was truly a iife of service, and highly respected citizen of Adair we can believe that as he entered county, and his many friends will be into rest he was cheered by the glad to hear tha,t he Is still in the King's .answer of commentation: land of the living 'Verily I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of t he. least Rev. Chapin, who has been called to of these my brethren, ye have done it the pastorate of the Presbyterian unto me." Church this place and Union, will arResolved, That we 'Huder to his rive with his'family in a very few wife and children our . rpr- - &. moudays. He will preach the first Sun- thy in their great bereacjt...c day in April at Union and the second Resolved, That these resolutions be Sunday in this place His regular spread upon the record book , of the days here will be the 2d and 4th Sun- church and a page dedicaced to his days in each month. . memory .., Up-to-da- young ladie's parents for Tennessee, where they were married sometime during the day Thursday, returning to Hancock Hotel, this city, Friday morning. They were accompanied by Mr. RobertFollis and Miss Ruth Tan- than usual, and the merchants and other business men had all they could do up to 3 p. m , at which time the f respective people commenced to leave for their homes. The docket for this term of court is light. There are no felony cases that will likely be tried, hence the first three days will be taken up in disposing of misdemeanors. After the disposition of these cases Judge Thurman, 'so we were informed, would leave for his home, returning this weik to take up civil business. Immediately after the dinner hour there were a number of fine horses on exhibition, Mr. J. L. Wilson owning one, which was a beauty. Mr J. M. Howell also exhibited one or two very fine individuals. A Mr. Perkins was also in the ring with a very attractive horse During the writers stay in Greensburg he had a talk with Judge Thurman and learned that he was a candidate for re election, and was not likely to have opposition. He is very pop-nlwith the masses, and the attorneys speak of him as a very superior Judge. Mr. Clem Hill, the present Common wealth's Attorney, has published a card, stating that he would not be a candidate for but two candidates have already entered the contest for his position, one from Washington county, the other from Marion, and it is rumored thatf Wm. Green, and J. R. Sanders, of Taylor, win shy their casters, making a four cornered race Mr. Woodson Lewis, who is a general merchant, is evidently doing an immense business. His employees were busy throughout the day. By the way, Mjs. Jo Taylor, (nee Miss Ivy Smith,) who, before h.er marriage was a popular young lady of Columbia, is a verj efficient saleslady in the store, a position that she lias filled for a number of years. There are quite a number of elegant homes in Greensburg, and the town supports two good banks, bothof them having a fine run of business. ar y, Chin-Chin- s. g Can-trlil,- of paper-to.hriv- I Shoes, .Shoes, Shoes. Dwelling Burned. that has been conducted bvJudee W. !' buying your spring slippers Before The dwelling house occupied by Mr, .GHowell for more than thirty years,' m see the beautiful line at the Bee Hive George Gentry, on Bomar Heights this is having a fine run of trade. Miss Shoe Store, and save 40 per cent., on city, was consumed by fire last Satyr Bettie Howell, a daughter, is the' G. W. Lowe. the dollar. day afternoon. Mr. Gentry and fam- clerk, and she knows every1 'feature of , hotel business. ily were not at home and the fire start the Mules Wanted. The Moss Hotel also does a srood bus ed from the inside, and when discoviness. ered the house was too far gone to be I will be in Campbellsville Friday saved Every thing in the house was Married. March 26 and Columbia March 27 to consumed. Mr. Gentry is not a man buy mules, 14 to 14i hands high, 7 to of means and the loss falls heavily upon him. The house was owned by 10 years old. Mr. John P. Kelsey and Miss Clara Mr. N. M. Tutt. $400 insurance on Blairrboth of Glenville, were married J. Ray Wakefield. the building. a few days ago. Thebride is a daughtFaced Black SpanFor. SALE.-Wher of Mr. Melvin Blair, and the groom ish eggs; 75c. for 15. Mrs. E. L. Feese is a brother of Mr. N. B Kelsey, this Millinery Openings. Columbia, Ky. place. They have the best wishes of a large circle of friends,. Mr. C. T. Walls has removed from Tuesday, asadveitised, Mrs, G. Last Notice. the Beck residence, near Graded W. Staples' millinery parlors were School, to the Goodman property, opened for inspection, and notwithformerlv occupied by Mr. L. O. Tay-- ; standing a cold and disagreeable rain All parties desiring Rubber Tire lor. was falling, many customers called, to work done in s style, guaranview the fine hats on display. It was teed, call at J. M. Kearnes' Machine Wm.' Miller, charged with blowing a common expression, passed along the shop. Also any othe r work i n his 1 me up the Sand Lick distillery, waved an line by the ladles, who visited the t examination at Burkesville, last Fri- store, that the hats were beautifully day and the case goes to the grand trimmed iu a most attractive manner. Mr. Ed Reynolds Dead. I Excellent music was furnished by jury. the i victrola. J. B. Barbee bought an extra good Thursday'and Friday Miss Julia Eusubject of this notice died at pair of work mules in Louisville, last bank and Mrs. W. P. Summers open The the home og his nephew, a Air. Rice, week, for $400. their store and the building was alive last Wednesday night, a victim of Monday the greater portion of each day with pneumonia. He had been an invalid An eight inch snow here lovers of fashion, expressions of admi- for about forty years, though going morning. ration being heard from the ladies about his business all ' the time. He who availed themselves of the oppor- was a kind, inoffensive man and had cottage for rent. Five room tunity to witness delicate taste and many friends. The funeral services W. F. Cartwright. Dr. the latest of fashion blocks, also to en- - were held last Thursday afternoon, a 1 music b tne Columbia band, great many relatives and friends being . J. B. Barbee was in Louisville last; ' Both Mrs. Staples and Eubank & in attendance The deceased was sixty-purchased a draft dapple week and years old and was never marEggs For Hatching. gray horse to work by the side of his I Summers should feel proud of their nine Millinery at Gadberry. ried. He was a brother of the late ana stock, aney ' spring openings. T will sell efigs from my full mare, same color team. Mrs. Fannie Walker, of this place,., very fine chick- make a and a half brother of Mrs. J. A. Willis," have just returned from mancet stock White Plymoth Rock I Flowers & Walker will sell this where I purchased a beautiful line of ens at $1.00 for 15. I do not deMr. S. N Eads, Indianapolis, and week, only, 7 cakes. Clean Easy Soap also of Columbia. millinery. liver eggs. These eggs are from Mr. Grover C. Gratfam', Greensburg, for 25c. cash. i You are cordially invited to see my Pullets that weigh from 8 to 9 lbs. were here last wek"to arrange for enSanders poultry house is now open. Top price for all kinds of poultry and latest styles with the lowest prices. tering the poultry business at this Mr. Hicks, the piano tuner, iavnere. J. C. Strange, Mrs. H. W. Hurt, 21-eggs. 2l-Ky. place, mvi Vi- - -Leave rdersat this office. Columbia, -ite first-clas2l-3. " 2t 2t The Moss boys, who left the Grady-vill- e section of Adair twenty years ago, are located in Greensburg. All" of them are in the lumber, stave and"J' milling business but one, the latter running a hotel. The Green River House, a hotel t:s v-- r JH -- . s 21-- 2t "s-fiot.riJrf- r- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Page Hudson tax and joins Bill Gibbons tax and 4 E6 cost 1 33 costs 2 acres joins acre G.B.Taylor Lee Harny N. R. I 12 65 joins A. D. Harny tax H. C. Baker tax and cost 1 C6 costs and DISTRICT NO 7 COLORED. Hand to be Sold for 19(4 Taxes Mrs. Sarah Ann Kimbler 1 Luther Flowers 7 acres acre joins Billie Shearer at the Court House Door joins Lewis Willis tax Although those may dispute It who 1 33 tax and costs 4 33 have not tried it, yet thousands of without griping and without shock to and cost April 5, 1915. others, who speak from personal experi- the system. It contains tonic properR L. Pointer acre joins ence, assert that th6re is a permanent ties that strengthen the stomach and Henry Hancock $ acre joins 2 98 Jim Petty tax and costs constipation. Some bowel muscles so that in time medicines 3 23 cure for chronic cured for as G. Wheat tax and cost testify they were little as of all kinds can be dispensed with and Mrs. Catherine Spencer 12 fifty cents, years ago, and that the nature is again solely relied on. Robt. Spearman 3 acres trouble never came back on them, while Among the legions who testify to these acres joius G. Morgan tax On Monday April 5, 1915. at the others admit they took several bottles facts are J. F. Blankenshlp, Sharon. Tenn., joins P H. Cheatham 1 16 and costs Columbia, Kenbefore a steady cure was brought about. and Beulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, .Ky., oourb house door in 4 67 tax and cost The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldthey always have a bottle of it in the tucky, the same being the first day of J. A. Turner 150 acres joins well's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on and Sarah Stone 8 acres tax house, for A. B. Turner tax and regular term of the Adair County the market for over a quarter of a the family It is a reliable laxative for all a from infancy to old age. 1 61 century and has been popularized on its and cost 6 40 costs "Court, at one o'clock p. m , or there--abou- t, merits, by one person tellinrr another. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this Taylor Wade 50 acres joins I The fact that its strongest supporters remedy before buying It in the regular I will offer for sale to the hig- Johnnie Voils N.- - R. 50 5 88 are women and elderly people the ones way of a druggist at fifty cents or one acres joius A. J. Law-horGeo. Aaron tax aud cost hest bidder for cash in hand, the most persistently constipated makes it dollar a large bottle (family size) can ' 1 62 certain that the claims regarding it as have a sample bottle sent to the hom tax and costs Cattie Willis i acre joins land, or a a. permanent cure for constipation described tracts of have free of charge by simply addressing Dr. J. L Watson 30 acres joins not been exaggerated. "W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington James Cheatham tax and St., sufficiency thereof to satisfy the taxes 1 38 name cathartic pills, It isornot violent likeoperates gently. Monticello, 111. Tour do. and address Willie Ross tax and costs 1 31 cost on a postal card will waters, but Baits and costs for the year of 1914, of Isaac Watson 12 acres joins DISTRICT No 7 A. Colored. the following named persons: J. L. Watson tax and 2 93 Mary Luster 1 town lot tax DISTRICT Ko. 1. costs 2 45 and cost DISTRICT NO., 3 COLORED airs. Mollie Bastin 7 acres SALE. COMMISSIONER' ) S. H. Mitchell Sheriff's Office joins Lewis Holt tax and Geo Bradshaw 30 acres joins Ky V Sheriff Adai r Dated at Columbia SI 54 costs 7 50 ) Co,, Ky. M. Hudson tax and costs March 4th 1915 S. Baxter 10 acres Oharles Ward Haslcins 100 acres ADAIR CIRCUIT COUET I will drill wells in Adair and joins G. W. Pointer tax joins Genie Bradshaw tax OF KENTUCKY. Appropriations at the last ses2 81 7 64 ) and costs and costs Lula Leach &c Plff. adjoining counties. See me be sion of Congress amounted to George O. Hancock &c Dft. f joins Geo. Hurt 30 acres ..Sallie" M. Bottom 15 acres By virtue of a Judgment and Order Darnell Bros., tax and joins J. H. Emmett tax over a billion dollars. Latest imfore contracting. 5 94 of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rencosts 1 32 and costs Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of the Pine' dered at the January term thereof, proved machinery of all kinds. DISTRICT NO., 4. "Mrs. Patsy Burton 115 acres 1915, in the above cause, I shall proForest. joins Dump Sumner tax J. B Brake 6 acres joins ceed to offer for sale at the court house Pump Repairing Done. Give 9 85 3 63 A. W Rowe tax aud costs and costs How it clears the throat and head door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest K. L. Gabeheart 142 acres W. C. Coomer 4 acres joins of its mucous ailments. It is this bidder, at public auction, on Monday, me a Call. 2oins TJ. S. Stayton tax 3 23 spirit of Newness and Vigor from the Luther Bell tax and costs the 3th day of April, 1915, at One 10 73 J. M. England 57 acres and costs health-givinPiney Forests brought o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being 1 Z. C. Mann 2S acres joins joins W. M. Brummett County Court,) upon a credit of six back by Dr. Bell's R. J. Stayton tax and YATES 6 40 tax and costs Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle mouths, the following described prop4 56 costs FilsonHeiseN R. 124 acres 25c. erty, Three certain tracts of At Paull Drug Co., J. H. Martin 35 acres joins joins John Thurmau tax land situated in Adair county, Ky , on Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. W. M. Beaty tax and 10 52 Ad. and costs the waters of Casey Creek, and all ad6 05 costs & Son 34 acres J. H. Jessie join each other. fMis. S. L. Monroe H acres joins Walker & Pullium A Splendid The three American Cardinals The 1st tract contains 79 acres, joins John White tax and 24 tax and costs The 2nd tract contains 25 acres more 2 26 costs will participate in the ceremoClubbing Bargain Ed Kinniard N. R. 138i or less. -- .3". C. McMullen N. R. 16 anniversary of The 3rd tract contains 100 acres nies of the 25th We Offer acres joins Watt England acres joins J. M. Wolford 5 94 more or less. 7 20 . tax aud costs the Catholic Uniyersity at Washhe Adair County News tax and costs All fully described by meets and J.'E. Rowe 45 acres joins ..J. H. Nance C8 acres joins ington. and Nannie B. Rowe tax and bounds in the judgment and order of Campbellsville Lumber 4 56 costs sale to which refereuce is made for 3 63 Co., tax and costs The Cincinnati Growing Children particulars. Said judgmemt is of rec200 Marshall Roacli 10 acres kRhodaA. Rainwaters frequently need a food tonic and tissue ord in the office of the Clerk of the joins J. W. Simpson tax acres joins Jim Scott tax Weekly Enquirer builder for their good health. Adair Circuit Court, in Order Book 3 31 10 78 and costs costs and nn OjiveOil No , 14, Page 353. For the purchase -- J. O. Sanders 16 acres joins Ed Suead N. R. 35 acres Both One 'SKCWX Joi price, tne purchaser, with approvea Dave Williams tax and B39BBH blliuiwiwii joins Ed Grider tax and Year containing HypophospAilta surety or securities, must execute 3 18 4 76 cost costs For Only is the prescription for this. bearing interest from the day-obond John Swallows 10 acres' Mrs. Demsey Taylor 60 acpaid, and having the force sale until Paull Drug Co. .joins Logan Montgomery Subscription may be res joins Clay Moore tax and effect of a Jugment. Bidders will 02 3 6L tax and costs new op renewal and cost be prepared to comply promptly with Dirigo. .iT. T. Thompson 10 acres NO 4. Colored. DISTRICT these terms What the Weekly Enquirer is . joins Wince Graybeat tax W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. John Ferrill 6i acres joins 4 45 and costs ' It is issued every Thursday, subscripHenry Garnett tax and R. S. Royse and family have 19--- J. T. Wilson 1 town lot tion price $1.00 per year, and it is one of 2 55 cost the best home metropolitan weeklie of to3 56 Knifley Co., tax and costs removed from this place to Rugday. It has all the facilities Of the great Taylor, Dec'd, 50 acJosh 1 COLORED DISTRICT NO COMMISSIONER'S SALE. DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the by. J. C. Royse has removed to joins Art Sherrill res world's events, and for that reason can JMargaret Crow 50 acres 1 95 tax and cost giue you all the leading news. It carries the house vacated by R. S. Royse joins W. H. White tax a carries a great omount of valuable farm DISTRICT NO 5 ADAIR CIRCUIT COUET 4 00 and costs and Rev. Joe Stotts has removed matter, crisp editorirls and reliable OF KENTTCKY Mrs. M. E. Bingham 75 .2D. H. Fitzpatrick N. R. 40 market reports. Its numerous deto the house vacated by J. C. Strong Hill Plff. acres joins W. S. Rogers partments make it a necessity 'to every acres joins Dave Wilf Marshall Eoach &c Dft f 12 24 Royse. ome. farm or business man. tax aud cost 2 56 liams tax and costs By Virtue of a Judgment and Order This grand Offer is limited and we advise C. C. Coffey 65 acres joins O. B. Hendrickson 10 acres you to take advantage"by subscrib'ng for Ace Pelston has been all smiles of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renL. T. Keltner tax and joins Sam White tax and the above combination Iright now. Call dered at the September term, thereof, 6 40 for tho past few days, a son hav4 56 cost costs or mail Orders to 1914, in the above cause, for the sum G. E, Kemp 80 acres joins ..J. R McWhorter 40 acres ing br en left at his home by the of Four hundred and seyenty-thre- e The Adair 'County News, 516 joins M. E White tax Sam Baker tax and cost and twelve dollars, Columbia, i Ky. stork. 6 44 Mrs. Lena Kemp 50 acres and costs with the interest an the rate of six joins Z. T. Kemp tax ill. II. Shively G acres joins Mose Wooten and Melvin Pet- percent., per annum from the 24th 2 87 C. Hardin tax and E. and cost ty were in the Louisville markets day of Sept., 1914, until paid, and t 31 Sarah Miller '43 acres joins costs 63 and costs herein, I shall proWill Hindraan tax and last week. LM. C. Eastridge omitted ceed to offer for sale at the court-hous- e 4 60 , cost 8 35 from list tax and costs N. M. Tutt is erecting a large door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest E. A. Roe 1 acre joins Zid-nbidder, at public auction, on Monday DISTRICT NO. 2. 12 19 barn on his farm near here. Willis tax and cost the 5th day of April, 1915, at one ! Yob Christie Anderson 15 acres J. W. Reynolds 62J acres Mrs. Solomon Stotts was on o'clock p. m., or thereaboun (being R joins Howard Burton tax joins A. J. Garrison tax a county codrt,) upon a credit of six 3 62 10 the sick list several days last and coats and cost ' months the following, described prop- m 'i 'Ztfrs.iLena F. Acree27 acres Elmer Rodgers 17 acres erty, One dark horse mule, week. joins Thos. Powell tax and &&i joins Geo. Z. Rodgers tax RS n five years old, and known as the Char1 95 costs 3 57 Raymond Moran visited at- - ley Sparks mule. One red heifer, and cost "3. A. Bryant 90 acres joins Albert Willis 60 acres tax Mose Wooten's several days last three years old, and known as the 5 16 Bob Caffee tax and costs 5 79 and cost Marshall Eoach heifer. One black week. H T. Bailey 30 acres joins DISTRICT NO 5 COLORED. cow, nine years old, and known as the 3 93 Will Dudley 9 acres joins Born, to the wife of J. G. Strong Hill cow, and one black sow, J T. Page tax and costs one year old, and the increase of said 1 JEL-- L. Beard 55 acres joins Jennie Calhoun tax and Stotts on the 6th inst. a son. 3 31 cost heifer, cow and sow. .T. WT. Wheat lax and Mr. Virge Wilson, who resides Also a tract of laud situated in 31 Sam Jones 55 acres joins 1 costs 6 40 Joe Smith tax and cost '3 acres joins near Ruby has just completed a Adair county. Ky., on the waters of 'Geo. Harris Big Creek, and bounded on the North J. P. Smith 50 acres joins FOR SALfc AT 11 DHSTS " 3 01 Geo. Brock tax and costs He moved into by the lands of Thomas Cole, on the 0 5 36 new dwelling. Will Dudley tax and cost F4 IWm. J. Roy 256 acres joins new house last Monday and East by the lands of C. B.t Sexton, on DISTRICT NO 6 the G. B. Withers tax and Soutli by the lands of Warren 9 43 J. W. Bryant 27 acres joins costs that night the hoys kept the the Moore, and on the West by the lands 6 65 Bob Feese tax and cost Roberts 10 acres neighborhood for miles around of W. R. Gowen deceased, and con''VCi i55 YEARS' J. W. Read 2 acres joins Bob joins Richard Harmon 6 40 awake almost all night with a tains 72 acres more or less. Parrott tax and cost 3 31 Tax and costs The livestock will first besold, and joins P. C. Stubbs 35 acres chivourie. Many pounds of pow- should they fail to bring a sufficient . .vr.1 M. W. Smiley 32 acres joius v. 3 : vi -t J? tv ". and Geo Humphries tax , horns-anamount to satisfy said debt, interest Richard Burton tax and' i Vt fff4 i 4 55 der were burned, old fox cost v and costs, then said land will be sold, 3 31 costs cow bells were badly worn,, or sufficient thereof to produce the ' E. O. Turner 10 acres joins Felix Simmons 1 acre joins if! T. F. Corbin tax and J but still no one enjoyeithe night sums of money so ordered to be made. 3 31 M. Conover tax and costs i 9 78 cost V.V . C'l',sT - i t W- - W. Whitehead 50 acres more than did Mr. Wilson and For the purchase price, the purchaser DISTRICT NO 6 COLORED, joins Dora Redford tax I ei t. with approved surety or securities, family. . .. ' '1 . '; .ti .T. , N. 4 56 Ed McWhorter 100 acjes and costs i..p.--i- .."r i; . ' til i". .'..fjt "."vier must execute bond, bearing legal inioins Jo Page tax and DISTRICT NO. 2 COLORED. 64 coat The Louisville Commercial terest from the day of sale until paid, , Ermine Haskins 90 acres having the force and effect of a Smith 78 acres Joins J. I. joins F. D. Conover tax Club and Board of Trade have and . i.iirtvpi!j- iVatJ- -: J1 t-- ?. 1L K t.if 12 51 ,1 Bidders will be prepared lj . J une Groves tax and cost lttWlA.ItJi'.i . 3 46 . and cost - for a great Judgment. r l iii Monthi. I. ,S1 t'r 911 r. started a movementcomply promptly with'these terms. ;.w,c-3to DISTRICT NO- - 3. DISTRICT NO 7 jft I auditorium in that city. j&.li r. - iSi. XiVKi.. i. W. A. Coffey, 'Master Commissioner. Gentry 36 acres joins Humes 40 acres G. L. AJdrs. D. C. SHERIFFS SALE. A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation -- -- fol-.lawi- n WELL DRILLER -- g Pine-Tar-Hone- y. J. C to-da- to-wi- t: r $1.35 f -- I is 85-10- 0 v. er rto I i Wsona f . to-wi- t: S.? Ius nmm tab 1 I '-- 4 v! r rTj&&&. -- 1 ,l''.V ! v 3' r - - . . at. -- - - -- jU X :i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .,, -- Resolutions of Respect. I .(T JJ-i- J-. Tr'ii't i i.i v - -- -'. -- .rs.rsa.T.., ff Birdseye view ot our Plant Whereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove from our midst our beloved pupil and friend; sister Jennie Wol- -' ' ford. Be it resolved, 1st. That we bow in humble submission to the divine mandates of our loving, Heavenly Father, who doeth all things well and maketh no misttakes. 2nd. That the church and Sunday School have lost a faithful worker and the community "Largest in Dixie" has parted with a bright and shining light that aided in every Incorporated good word and work. 3rd That the family circle has been bereft of one of its most amiable members, endearWindows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, ing herself to parents, brothers and sisters by a genial disposi- j Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog tion. She was a kind obedient daughter and a loving tender county a few days of last week. sister. 4th That we commend the Misses Ura and Fannie Bault bereaved family to the Heaven- spent last Saturday night with ly Father, who can pour in the Miss Flossie Arnold. oil of consolation and heal the Mr. Wyatt Garner, of Louisbroken-hear- t. . 5 th That a copy of these res- ville, was in our town a few days olutions be sent to the family, a last week. copy to the Adair County News Mr. S. H. Knifley visited his and the Taylor County Enquirer daughter, Mrs. Simpson, of Tayfor publication. lor county, a few days last week. Claudie Goode Sarah Collins Dr. J. G. Gose's father is with Mrs. Underwood. him for several weeks. This celebrated Stallion will Committee. make the present season at the stable of John Leet, in Camp- People Say To Us No Use to Try and wear Out Your "I cannot eat this or that food, it docs bellsville, and be permitted to COId It will wear You Out Instead. aot agree with me." Our advice to serve mares at the low sum of Thousands keep on suffering Coughs all of them is to take a $10.00 to insure a living colt. and Colds through neglect and delay. All care will be taken to prevent Why make yourself an easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics as the before and after each meal. 25c a box. accidents, but not responsible should any occur. result of a neglected col? Coughs and Paull Drug Co. t ! This is the "Thornhill'? 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. V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. of master workmen the labor gears from ever getting out of line aneZ causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped wi&z 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, makes light draft a certainty. w The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel.. The sides of "Thornhill" beds arer made of poplar. It costs the makcri-mor- e but it holds paint better and service. Come in and see this wagon soIc3' under a binding guarantee. e? Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Lexington Prince. 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 gives-bette- r sid The Thornhill miLirifff-u,,T'TTz- :n By WOODSON GREENSBURG, LEWIS 3STC KENTUCKY. Wagon s not the lowest priced but the best, ancl in the end the cheapest: EVERYTHING IN ROOFING AsphaltjGravei, Rubber, QalvanizecS and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. strength and vitality unless checked in the early stages. Dr. King's New Discovery is what you need the first dose helps. Your head clears up you breathe freely and you feel so much better. Buy a bottle today from Paull Drug Co., and start taking at once. Ad Colds sap your TYLER RED LEAF. fine PEDIGREE: Lexington Prince is a gaited saddle and harness horse, Knifley. Mrs. James Humphreps who has been sick for some time is no sired by Red Prince, lie by 2nd Jewell, he by Jewell Denmark, he by Wash ington Denmark. First dam by Van Moltke, 2nd dam thoroughbred mare tracing to old Lexington. He is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel, snip in face and two white stockings. For further information call on, I. G. Campbellsville Hotel. Thomas. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 2-- CO. better. Pvrus. w 1 16 Eaat Matkei MreeV Between First and Brook Farmers in this section are Mr. Tom Coffey and wife, who II Fancy trotter, will make the turning the soil for another crop, have been "very sick with ' Louisville, Ky. which will be a large one if the season of 1915 at C. H. Goode's are reported some better. barn at Roley, at $8.00 to insure saason permits. a living colt. Is a beautiful red Mr. King Rogers is very sick The farmers report winter bay, 16 hands high, weighs one at this writine. thousand and two hundred wheat killed to some extent. Mr. Turner Keltner and fam- pounds, with large bone and extra Mr. J. W. Absher, had a fine heavy muscles, very stylish look- - ily visited his father Mr. W. F. cow to die lastsweek. ing, fine action, extra good dis - ' Keltner, who has been confined Burnside & Burkesville Transportation Company All of these qualities wifch rheumatisrn for several Mr. J. V. Dunbar has a cow 5 position. ( Incorporated ) are m a remarkable degree transyears old has sold $115 worth of mitted to his colts. Tyler Red years. Packet Steamers: ROWENA and CELINA. calves from her and will soon have Leaf sired by Sunshine, SpringH. C. Janes left here for Mr. Tow Boat: ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges.. another calf. If any one can field, Ky., and he by Red Leaf Harden county last' Tuesday. These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught,-- . Ky., Extended He has. rented a valuable farm beat this let us hear from them Harrodsburg, having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland pedigree will be given later. through the News. from his brother, near Upton, and the only boats having working arrange- BLACK McQUEARY. Ky. We hate to give Mr." James ments with Railroads at Burnside. Traffic handled Mr. Miller Stapleton and Mrs. direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer. and family up. They were good At the same barn and place Cowan married Mcb. 9. Through Kates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through will make the sea- neighbors. Sheriff's Mitchell and' Cren-sha- this great jack Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. son at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Mr. Zidner Willis bought sevcame up last week and got Cargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats Tor the protecBlack McQueary is a very large tion of shippers. Mrs. Kiah Simpson, who has been of bone black jack, with white eral barrels of corn-fro- m SCHEDULE: Str. "Eowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. m. of eacn weeS unsound mind for some time. points, 15 hands high sired by James at $3 per barrel. for Gainsboro, Tenn. Eeturning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday 6 a. m Leave Burnside Wednesday 3 p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn. Eefamily McQueary one of the best Mr Clavis Coffey and Russell & Co., are turning Gov. turning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a. m. Strs. "Celina" and "Aljacks that was ever in Washing- visited Mr. Lee Vires last Sunspokes at Jo S. Beard's again. bany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to changs ton county. Dam is a very large , without notice. C. M. Bault sold a cow to jennet, she sired by old Gov. day. ,Mr. ,' Cumberland River Route j , -- w F. W. Hadley for $50. Woods. G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. Also a new boarding house Prospects are good for a telephone from Knifley to the river and feed barn in Roley, can get meals at any time and horses which is badly needed. well cared for. Wheeler and sister Mr. Ben Albert Bright, Taylor Lillie visited relatives in Casey Creek, Ky., v f Our Advice Is: you feel out of sorts from constipation, let us say that if 'When Burnside, Kentucky. A. B. MASSEY, President. physician, do not relieve you, see because no other horn rwnwy will, gold only by us, 10 cents Paull Drug Co. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers v j ' J-- X" o -- THE- ADAIR COUNTY, JSEWS rthvjiHT iv sn.s . SI J THE . ADAIR COUNTY MEWS desiring to place one irU;heir-disr- L trict school should Published Every Wednesday '- calLt this Gradyvllle. .. At $25.00 to insure a Living Colt. office. First comes first served. - BY THE Dr. L. C. Nell spent a day or We tender our thanks to Mr. Greensburg the first of the Adair County News Company Trigg in this thoughtful move to so at stimulate the sparks of patriot- week. (Incorporated.) ism within the youths of this L. Bardin of Sparksville, was iC For the season of 1915 I will offer for public service Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. R. section and grow it into full and in our midst the firstof the week. DESCRIPTION:-B- all Chief, in color is a rich red chestcomplete love of country when Mr, Robert 0,. Keltner visited nut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 6 years old. 16 Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest matured age has been reached. hand high, has fine head and beautiful long slender his brother at Keltner last Sun of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair has an extremely long thin blady neck, that conies out day. and adjoining counties. of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and GIST OF WAR NEWS. perfectly to his beatif ulhead in which are set a pair of Rev. Sanders filled his regular as second 'Entered at the Columbia large clear expressive eyes.- He has a high well set natural appointment here last Saturday class mail matter. tail, which he carries at alt times 'to suit the most fastidious. The attack on the Dardanelles a'iid Sunday with very interestHe has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $f.DO PER YEAR legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all the gaits in was resumed Friday, notwith- ing discourses. a most attractive manner. standing the heavy losses of the BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery MCH. 24, 1915 allied fleet on the preceding day. Mrs. L. C. Nell 'and son are WED. Chief 1361. by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he visiting their relatives in Owen No official announcement has county at this time. ' by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900. by Red Squirrel Announcements. 53. 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washingbeen made concerning the result Misses Ora and Mallie Moss ton Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75, 4 th dam of operations, but unofficial adby Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of returned from Columbia last FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. s and is in every way worthy of your careful convices are to the effect that little week, 'where they had spent sevsideration. We are autharized to announce F. A. Strange a was accomplished on account of eral weeks with their friends. Raven Bird r550 A. S. H. R. candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, sub- unfavorable weather conditions. ject to the Democratic primary to be held in By Red Bird G. 1956. he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Mr. Joel Rodgers spent last August. A Constantinople dispatch says Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authalia Sunday with his family at Roach- FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232. by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam that the sinking of the British Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexingville. Judge J. C. Crrter, of Monroe county, author- battleships Irresistible, and ton. 3rd dam Stella Denmark by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th izes us to announce his candidacy for Ocean and che French battleship Mrs. Frank Furkins, of Weed, dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8L xo the Office of Circuit Judge in this the y - 't h Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay. full 16 hands district, subject to the action Of .the Repub- Bouvet, ascribed by the Admiral- spent'Several days of last week, lican voters, as expressed at the polls at the high, 8 years old, he; has the. best of eyes, feet and legs, a ty to floating mines, was due to visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ar. ... coming August primary. head and, neck, a.vey well set tail, which he at all times ' torpedoes. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. thur Curry. carries to perfection. He possesses extreme"'speed. style and action, and; the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have' 1 rt V ' The Turkish positions on" the Messrs'W.'P. Flowers, David ' We seen or. handled. He has five distinct feaiist and goess are authorized to announce A. A K.Hudles-tcof Cumberland county for re- mainland near Smyrna are being Kinnaird; Elmer Cook and Lu- Jthein all in a nwst attractive manner' You wlllriotefrbm his ., flection ts the office oi Coramonwealth.'s'Atibrney strengthened and large re-- cien Thomas were on the tobac,J ,?; .' breedingthhehasfochisirethfamousoldReQBirdCwho district, subject'to? the in this the as, jnanyhighclass showand'sale'horsVsras j j ; yp has action of the Republican voers in said "district enforcements have been sent to co market at Greensburg last any stallion In Kentucky, and 'traces as expressed at the primary to be held., 'the' first tO'KS Saturday in August, 1915. the assistance of the defenders. week. The prices were not so 'Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hosemen to be; Ont'of ",. i 1 vsthfe greatest sires that ever lived. Raven. Bird is one of Red t .FOR TIIE STATE SENATE: Efforts are being made to repair satisfactory as had been. Bird's greatest sons and has proved himself.an. excellent, the .damage already dune to the breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if, he, is Mr. D. C. Wheeler lost last i given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal tp that We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatch- defenses of Smyrna and to plant er, of Barren cotnty, a candidate for the State week a very valuable mare and of his worthy sire. Sen ice fee $10.00 to insure a living colL Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at mines. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a two mule colts. The loss was the August primary. The district Is composed The new naval policy of the distance. Mares pastured at ten cents per day or fed at 310. of the connties of Barren. Metcalfe and Adair. something like $250.00 Allies is now in operation against per month. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed Mr. L. Fielders spent a few We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, Austria, according to word which from neighborhood. All stock will receive our personal at- of Barreu county, a candidate for the State has reached Rome. The com- days of last week at Greensburg tention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or Senate from the 19th district, subject to the escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. looking after his lumber interest. action of the Democratic voters in the August manders of the h primary. The district is composed of Adair, A. S. Chewning, fleet in the Adriatic have been Mr. Alfred Parson had charge of Barren and Metcalfe. Columbia, Ky. notified to prevent transportation his lumber business here during FOR THE LEGISLATURE. of all goods to or from Austrian his absence. We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a ports. Mr. Robert McKinney, who is ooRo8o;HcioSW candikate to represent Adair and Cumberland $oioXtt Government of The Neth- running a saw mill near The in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the Au- erlands has sent a formal protest spent a fsw hours gust primary. r1 to France and Great Britain with us last Saturday, and n We are authorized to announce G. L. against their naval policy. his business fairly good. a candidate to resresent Adair and In the next Legislature, subject to the The British assertion that in Mr. McKinney is certainly a action of the Republican voters of the district, as expressed at the August primary. four days of the fighting at saw mill man. Neuve Chapelle the Germans Russell County Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Yates, of lost not less than 17,000 men is 1915 the Weed community, in com disputed.by the German Gener FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK . pany with Mrs. Millie Hill, of al Staff. An official statement at 1 o'clock sharp our city, returned from LouisWe are authorized to announce J. R. McFar-ln- d places the German losses at at the a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of ville last week, where Jthey had Russell county, eubject to the action of the Re aboutG.000 men. spent a week. publican voters of said county, as expressed at A German aeroplane crossed the August primary. Mrs. T. W. Dowell and her to the English coast and dropped FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. in Campbellsville, Ky. several bombs off Deal. No children, celebrated the 53rd anniversary of Mr. Dowell last We are authorized to announce Lee A. Law- damage was done and the aeroI will sell to the highest and best bidder my residence less a candidate for to the office of plane was driven off by a patrol Wednesday. The occasion will on Meader avenue, near the Russell Creek Baptist Circuit Court Clerk of the County of to the action of the Republican voters long be remembered by every boat. county, expressed CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. tapering-ears- , ta-pe- rs Post-offic- e - high-clas- J -- t Twenty-nint- beau-tif- ul , l ' n, -- - 7 Twenty-nint- h perhspsi-sire- ' o i Anglo-Frenc- Camp-bellsvill- e, $' ' re-po- rts Perry-maCum-.berla- nd PUBLIC SALE Monday, April 5, Court Mouse Door Russell-subjec- t of said primary. JNo important occurrences m one present. France or Belgium were anMr. Luther Willis returned The old newsboys raised $4,000 nounced in official reports. The from the Louisville tobacco marfor the unemployed in .Louisville, German War office stated that ket last week, where he sold last Friday, by selling papers. small gains had been made from quite a lot of tobacco. Many, leading, citizens of the city, the British in "the North and from The work on the new dwelling including the Mayor, sold papers the French in the Champagne re- of Mr. Amos Keltner is progressduring the day. gion, while the French Authoring nicely and will be completed This office is in receipt of ities said there was nothing to in a very short time. When twenty-fiv- e copies of report. completed will be a very handLondon, March 20. German the Declaration of Independence some and convenient building. presented by Mr. R, B. Trigg, submarine raids during the week We are glad to note that our Glasgow, who is a candidate for ending March IT resulted in the the Democratic nomination for loss of eight British vessels with town .continues with the spirit of Senator in this district. Mr. a total tonnage of 22,825 out of improvement. We have another Trigg secured a number of these 1,539 arrivals and sailings, ac- store added to our list and the valuable documents from Wash- cording to a summary issued by indications are very favorable ing and believes their dissemina- the admiralty. Three other ves- for another iri" the near future Mr. Strong Hill returned from tion in this district will result in sels which were torpedoed were profit and pleasure to the rising able to reach port. The total Louisville last week, and. while generation and suggests that we 'losses to British commerce from there purchased a large .amount . place them in the schools of this the beginning of the war to of mill supplies. county, so far as we can. They, March 17 were ninety-si-x mer , Mr.Silas Cain,-- sold last week fac-simile as at the August Academy. The house has 6 large rooms and pantry, basement under entire house; newly equipped with electric lights and modern in every way. Cistern on back porch, all necessary outbuildings and plenty of shade. The lot is 91 x 150 feet, located on high ground. This is a good chance to buy a good home , in the best town in the State. TERMS: Onehalf Cash, balance twelve months. t Inspectipn invited. Call on C. C. TAYLOR. V BllllllWBllllllllllllllllBSSllBllllH SBBBBBBBBBH BLACK PRINCE CIGAR What a Sorceress is Princess Nicotine! Wine may drown sorrow for the BBBBBBBBk BSBuvBBBBBBb should be framed and hung upon chant Vessels and the wall of every school. Those fishing vessels. -- forty-seve- n taRoyStotts,, very valuable span of work mules for $350.00. LlllllllllllllllllllllllllllMLllllllllllllllllllllllllllSSH 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 be sure,' but all the very beat at the price, and, of honest, undrugged, stock from end to end. . Greensburg Cigar Co. well-cure- d i iT'' r i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PWftf4 V V'- Personals. . Badly Stabbed. estimate of the American Society for control of cancer., who could have been saved if they hadattended to themselves in time, that it is important to call attention to its symptoms in its first stage. What are the signs which should take any woman who discovers them, at once to tier family physician or tiie nearest good surgeon or large hospital. Any lump or unnatural hardness in any part of the breast or in the armpit, or any reddish or brownish discharge from the,. nipple with or without soreness, should re ceive instant attention, and shou'ci be1 brought to the notice of the family doctor or a competent surgeon. And especially; is the painless' lump to be feared for the breast cancer tin its earlier stages does not compel notice by painful sensations.' Cancer of th'e" breast is not at first accompanied by any noticeable change in the size and shape of the breast, or in the consistency of the remainder of it." The dis ease sometimes shows itself as a hard-in- g or a shrinking of the breast with mdrawing of the nipple. In such cases the pores of the skin over the location of the disease later becomes very prominent, so that the appearance is much like that of pig skin, but in the beginning there is no change noticeable except the lump. or hard ness, li a woman discovers this sign she should go at once to a physician in whom she can have perfect confidence. He will determine the necessity for further counsel. The patient 3hould not handle or irritate the affected part, but should do exactly as the doctor advises. Cancer of the breast will be permanently cured if it Is cut out before it has spread beyond the place where it began. It becomes constitutional if neglected. Any woman, may be attacked by cancer of, the breast. A mother nursing her child is nonimmune. Pain 'comes" latef," but this does not mean that the case is hopeless In the early treatment of can- cer lies the hope of cure. ' I have had a good deal of experience in the treatment of cancer of the breast among women. The trouble is, if is almost impossible to get them to submit to the treatment when there seems so little the matter. My. observation is that no cancer of the breast comes in any other way than by a small, hard lump." -- Miss'Bet&'ey Anrr'-Wooldridg- e, mother, Mrs. Lena Paul). Earl McCandless, a. little sod of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCandless, who has been quite sick has about recovered. Mr. Wm. Hobson, of Campbells-ville- , was here a few days ago. Mr. W. E. Morgan, Amandaville, was.hereafew dajs go. jMr. W. I. Ingram was in the Louis- vine ana uincinnau marnec jasu wees. -- airs Sam Burdette is visiting her x. K.. H. Coleman, Lebanon, was neVe a few days ago. has been ap week. pointed at Gradyville. Mr. W. P. Nunnally made his reg- He was in Columbia last Thursday and made his TDond which was forular trip to Columbia last week. warded to the Department. His comMessrs. Oma Goodeiand It. C. Buck-ne- r mission will arrive in a few days. He were here from Campbellsville a succeeds Mrs. Cettie Nell, who has few days since., held the office for several years. Mrs. Clarence Page, Cane Valley, is reported quite sick. Parties were here last week to see Messrs. Myers & Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, Grady-villwho spent several weeks in Co- Ballard, who own the Adair county lumbia, visiting their many friends, end of the Campbellsville pike. They got an option on the road, stating , returned home a few days ago. that, they would see Mr. Gowdy and ii Mrs. Ed Shively and children, who he would sell they would make him an have been visiting here, returned to offer and if they could secure the her home in North Dakota last Wed- whole pike, they would put it in good -nesday. on trucks and a fast condition,-b-ut -' -i automobile 'line. Mrs. Amanda,iNell, Frankfort, js reported dangerously ill.i - . , wh.., Don't forget the educational meet--ingpQMrs. D.Ward'Denton had a fainting the- - court-- ' house. on Monday, tpell in EubankandSummer's millinery Aprils. "BpGv Nelson, of .sfcore last Thursday night. The,ladjes: agent for boys corn clubs, jresent were grealyalarme& to be,xei f intends e present; Let us have a Sieved in about one hoar bythe ,pa- - Tou3ing meeting- -. . ,jnt showing signs of relief. Nat Brown. 5$Mrs. E. P. HarrfsVInee' Miss Pearl "."Hindman,) of M tfatsiettsb'urg, arrived last Friday night, to spend' ten days will make the present Nat with her fathernear" 'Milltown, and season Brown at my barn three miles South relatives and 'friends in Columbia of Columbia. Fee $10 to insure a livAll her friends were glad to see her. ing colt. I will stand my Jack, MilMrs. John McFarland, who lives this ler, at the same place, at $7 to insure side of Cane Valley, has been critical- a living colt. J. Press Miller. ly ill for the past week. Her niece, 21-Miss Jennye McFarland, is with' her. Last'Wcdnesday while hands were Mr. S. G. Banks, of Cane Valley, one erecting a telephone pole, on Jamesof Adair's best and 'most highly re- town street, a guy pole fell, striking spected citizens, has been very sick Ed Moss about the head and shoulder. for several days. He was cousiderably addled, but not Mrs. Ada B. Snow, whose home is seriously hurt. He evidently made a near Creelsboro, and who took rooms narrow escape. at the Hancock Hotel the firstof February, says she is perfectly delighted Flowers & Walker will sell this with Columbia and the residents she week, only, 7 cakes Clean Easy Soap has met. Before her marriage, Mrs. 23c. cash. Snow was a Miss Campbell, a daughter of .Mr. Charles Campbell, who was ' Ikeepuon'hands stock of one of the most widely known men in coffins, caskets, ,and robesl keep Kussejl county., ' Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Mr. Theodore Powell and his daugh- 1iwohearses.Prompt service night or Residence Phone 29, office ter, Miss Ethel, accompanied by Miss day. phone 98. Estelle Willis, left for, Louisville a - F. Triptett, few days ago." The object of the vis- 45-- 1 yf.V- Columbia. Ky. it was to have Miss Ethel's eyes treat- Ad Mr. W. M. Wilmore post-master from-Lexingto- Mr, Lee Kohn, of Cincinnati, called to see our Jewelry mei chants last Last Tuesday, about sunset, a serious difficulty occurred at Sand Lick Spring, in which Malum Loyd was badly stabbed by Jo Morrison. The particulars, as we gather them, are about as follows: Loyd was at the Springs when Morrison arrived, the two being brothers-in-laMorrison, it is reported, wanted to buy whisky from some man, who he thought was selling, and being refused, got into trouble with the. man. Loyd undertook, to take Morrison off,and in do-.ing so, Morrison became furiously-mad- , drew, his knife and stabbed Loyd about the face and in the neck. When last heard from the wounded man was in a serious condition. ", sick tor "some1 time, is not improving any, Mrs. Martha Barger is seriwtio-hasDee-n COOPER ENDORSES Y. M C. A. WORK- Weil-Know- ously Hi. Mr. Ralph Bunch has been on the sick list for a while. Powell Bros, have bought out H. C. Rogers at Sewellton, and will begin selling goods in a few n Man Becomes Mors; Thoroughly Identified with Kentucky. days. Owen . McKintey has moved back to the old home stead. Every body was glad to have Owen a-- a neighbor. Mr. Ben Chapman has bought Louis Sullivan's farm and moved to it. Mrs. Liza Carnes and Mrs. Lona Carnes visited at Mrs. Julia Wooldridge one day last week. Miss Mary Dow Beck is visit-ingMiss- es e, " ..- "''' i v at Hopkiflis-viHe,''Sta- te to-b- . i- -1 tf known these little lumps to remain years and years, and then sometimes go away, but the safe plan is to remove them as soon as' discover ed. They can be removed without danger, and then the patient will never know whether she would have had a concer or not, and it is not important to know. MUZZLE THE DOGS. I have Sadie and Mary Williams this week. Everett Wooldridge visited his grandmother, Mrs. Julia Wool- dridge last Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Beck and family, and Miss Rosa Wooldridge visit- ed at Mr. Luke .Williams last Sunday. r. . Miss Emma Grider, of Owens- by, visited the Murray girls.jSat-urda- y night and Sunday. Bro. Cul Lloyd preached at Freedom last Saturday night and ' Sunday. Mr. Sam Collins, of Owerisby, is moving his saw mill to" CI if ty creek, near Sewellton. Mr. L. P. Williams has sold twenty head of hogs to Mr. Dink Mann at 6c. per lb. Mrs. Julia Wooldridge had a surprise birthbay dinner on the 7th. All her children and .grand children and Miss Mary Beck were present, and a nice time is " reported. -- Lexington, Mch., 24'. L. T. Cooper, the philanthropist,, whe electrified Lexington by furnishing, at his own personal expense, the bread that is used in the Orphan's. Homes in that city, who established a. "Bread Line" for the indigent poor,, and who is conducting an agricultural exposition to encourage the farmers,, whom he considers the bone and sinew of the land, became more thoroughly-identifie- d with Lexington in particular, and Central Kentucky in general, when he became a member of Men's Christian Association. Mr. Cooper was waited upon by & delegation of some of Lexington's n young men and invited to join the local Y. M. C. A. Mr. Cooper, a native Kentuckian, not only accepted the invitation to become , member, but he endorsed the work of' one of Lexington's most deserving and commendable institutions. The demand for Tanlac, the remarkable medicine that is now being introduced by Mr. Cooper to prove his theories on health, is now 'the biggest-thinof the kind ever seen in this section.' The- - preperation is powerful amount of goodi .among tihe thousands who suffer f romi catarrh, stomach, liver, and- - kidnej- complaints as well Hundrede of those who have actually used ' Tanlac talk enthusiastically about the astonishing results they Abstained from the medicine. Peter Geiser, living at 412: Clifton: avenue, Lexington, said: the--Toun- g best-know- a-- g accon--plishing- -a "While I haven't used- an entire-bottl-e of Tanlac so far, yet I consider-i- t the most wonderful medicine I I suffered for years withi have-eversee- stomach and kidney trouble. I alsc had headaches, indigestion, and attacks of rheumatism. 'My troubles have all disappeared, and I can trace my remarkable to no other cause than Tanlac It is fine." Tanlac can now be obtained in Columbia, ffom Page & Taylor. , 1 so "J- ed. Additional Locals. Birthday Celebration. Wednesday, . March 17, being the birthday of T. W. Dowell, of Grady-villthree of his daughters, Mrs. Corinne Black, of Miami, Mrs. Pearl Shuffett, of Liletown, and Mrs. Joseph Dulworth, of Camp Knox, and their families, and his mother, who was visiting Mrs. Allen Keltner, and his niece, Miss Eula Keltner, arrived d about the noon hour with baskets of edibles. He also received a number of presents. The girls were pleasantly surprised by being asked by their father to accompany him down to Grady ville and presented each of them, also his mother, with a dress pattern. He has 8 children living. The four girls are married and. all were present except one daughter, who lives in Illinois. well-fille- After March 25, 1915, 1 will stand at the Fair Grounds, my fine Jack Mur phy, the same Jack I had last year, at $8.00 to insure a living colt, I will al so stand Judas, the Purcheron Stal lion at $10.00 to insure a living colt All care will be taken to prevent accident, but will not be responsible shoule any occur. Geo. Coffey. e, If you want a good suit come before they are all sold. Just received from Gill & Waggener. the factory. 20-2- t Qlmportant advertising forced us to leave out Dr. U. L. .matter Taj-lor- 's "Health" article last week. Bev.-W- . F. Hogard will preach the Methodist church next Sundaj night. The quarterly meeting will be held Tuesday morning same church. at at 9 o'clock, A 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, semimonthly, one year; Maga zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry Pointers, monthly, one year, all for $1.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscript tions to this office at once. J To-day's Jamestown voted on a proposition to establish a Graded School in that place, last Saturday. There were seventy votes cast, not a 'vote against the proposition. The same voters voted unanimously for the same men to comprise a board of trustees. 9 V 9 - Iteports from the State BacteriologMr. L. P. Williams has purWithout health genuine joy is imical Laboratory show that rabies is chased his daughter a new Beck-wit- h possible; without good digestion and!" unusually prevalent at the present organ. regular bowel movement you cannot time. Four persons have died from have health. Why neglect keeping hydrophobia in the last three months, bowels open and risk being sick ands Our Advice Is: , two in Trigg, one in Owen,and one in When you feel out of sorts from constiailing? You don't have to. Take-onCaldwell counties. Either one- - of pation, lei us say that if small Dr. King's Xew Life 5111' at? these four persons was worth more night, in the morning you will )iave than all the dogs in the State of Kenfree bowel movement and fee? tucky. Th'e dog population of the do not relieve you, see a physician, much better. Helps your appetite: because no other home remedy will. State is innumerable, and many hunSold only by us, 10 cents. and digestion. Try one to nigh- tdreds are stray and homeless creatures. Paull Drug Co. Sold by Paull Drug Co. , Ad. These are the dangerous ones, and ought to be killed without ceremony. Half wild and usually ravenous for food they readily attack pets, domestic animals and human beings, and these spread the dread malady, rabies, very rapidly. The surest way to stamp out the epidemic is to prevent the dogs from biting, and this can on ly be accomplished by muzzling. Owners of dogs owe it to their neighbors, and to themselves to see that their dogs if permitted to run at large are w muzzled, and a combined effort should Get a brush and a can of Hanna's be made to kill the homeless dogs. A Lustro-Finis- h and see how you can relentless war ought to be waged by brighten things up about the house, Mr. every one against these homeless and Householder. It's a real wonder-work- er worthless members of the caninefam-ily- . Don't speak of a dog having hyin renewing old furniture, floors, etc. drophobia, they never do. Hydrophoone application. Stains and varnishes V bia means dread of water, and a rabid g. Non-fadindog never dreads water. He will rush into a stream of water and lap it up to the last moment of his life. We have ordinances in our town against the running at large of horses, cattle and hogs, and it is far more important to pen up the dogs. I am not opposed to the stock law, for I voted for it, but if I had to vote in favor of one or the other, I would vote to turn the cows loos9, and restrain the dogs. l, Health Promotes happiness;. flannas Lustra Finish at BEALTH'.OFHCBR'S column. Sewellton. 4Y ForSakby - BY U. D. XA.YI.OK. I propose to write this week, on subject of cancer of the Jbreasfc in crops. . women. SJLmany women perish from Mrs. 'Nannie Blankenship is cancer of .Wbreast 7,000 anally In the'Uniteratates, accordiriito. th V6fr low at this writing.? , ' --- Farmers are making use of the the pretty "weatHer, preparing for i, I- - .'i i KJ Jeffries Hardware Store ColurafeteKyv ) " I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ,t - Pyrus. Mr. R. E. Pickett and wife, Mrs. S. M. Keltner, Mrs. Emma Rogers, Miss Lona Pickett, Miss Bertha Rogers,Mr. Rollin Pickett and John Pickett were visiting at W. S. Pickett's, last Saturday night and Sunday. Rev. Christie preached a very interesting sermon at Pleasant Ridge last Sunday. Mr. N. G. Dohoney is very low with a complication of diseases. He is nearing 80 years old. Mrs. Martha Parnell is still in feeble health. Aunt Jane Chastine is visiting relatives near Kemp. Mrs. Annie Finn has just returned home from JCane Valley, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. A. Furkin. Prof. Alvin Rosson, who has been teaching a winter school at this place, while eating his dinner the other dav, a straw three quarters of an inch long lodged in his right tonsil, which had to be taken out by a doctor. Mr. Garlin Pickett and Guy Furkin were on the Greensburg loose leaf market last week and several others from this community. They report the market very good. Our farmers are using the pretty weather by turning the soil. Arc You Rheumatic? -- - , "Pnwr fc J1 gnm is2l?Zi6. I - ' - - .''-- ,:r?- - The New 1915 Maxwell w25" is the biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1,000. Our production of 60J.OO0 cars makes the new price of $695 fully equipped (with 17 new features) possible. Here are the 17 New Features 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. C. Three-quart- 7. body. Pure stream-lin- o Adjustable front seat. Cims magneto. elliptic rear springs. Tire brackets on rccr. Spring tension fan. Kingston carburetor. high-tensier on on 13. 14. 15. Head lights braced by rod running between lamps. d tires on rear Famous make of wheels. radiGracefully rounded, double-she- ll ator equipped with shock absorbing anti-ski- device. 16. C 9. 10. 11. 12. Clear-Visi- Foot-re- st Tail attached. Wind Shield. for accelerator pedal. lights, with licence brackets 17. Gasoline tank located under dash cowl. Crown fenders with all rivets concealed. Instrument board, carrying speedometer, carburetor adjustment, and gasoline filler. Improved steering gear; sparky and throttle control on quadrant under steering wheel; electric horn button mounted on end cf quadrant. try Sloan's. If you want quick and real relief from Rheumatism, do what so many thousand other people are doing whenever an attack comes on, bathe the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's Liniment. !Nb need to rub it in just apply the Liniment to the surface It is wonderfully penetrating. It goes right to the seat of trouble and draws the pain almost immediately. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. At Paull Drug Co. Ad. than $1,000. - Automobile experts have refused to believe that anyone could produce a really beautifully equipped car a car with real high-tensimagneto a car with sliding gear transmission left-hadrive car feature for less center control, a car with practically every high-pricfull-grown five-passenon nd ed - - -- Here it is ! Here is a real automobile. Here is the easiest car to drive hill climbing car in the world. in the world here is the greatest Here is an automobile to be really proud of. all-arou- nd i With Electric Self-Start- er iiPH H 'S ' and Electric Lights. $55 Extra Buchanan Lyon Company KCORPOR.VTED Bad roads keep children away from school and impair the ef ficiency of church work m a :Sm SJjJ J fflSfsfflStf, " 111 Campbellsvilie, Kentucky. community. Patterson Iowa. PBfc ii 111 Holds the Road at 50 Miles an Hour jljl ijpl: fH TX March 2d 1915. Editor News: This is to inform you that I am still alive and that I expect to read the 'News as long as I live. I love to hear from my old home and my old schoolmates Not many of them living now. I will be 83 years old next May There are but few of the first settlers that moved to Iowa in 1860 living, They have crossed the river. What remains here are listing for the roll call, We have made our mark in this country. We settled in two neighborhoods about seven miles gpart. In each place there is a nice church, one of them cost close to $1,800. -- The other one about $1,500. We have had a disagreeble winter. Not but little rain or snow on the ground all of February. This is moving time here. The roads are muddy. IttakeB-twteams to pull one load. There is great rejoicing, in Iowa, The saloons are clofled in Des Moines. Only 87 o 4 : j nnx'H.'waBmBK.HBnaBKWBHflvxavv -- -- c ? first day of 1916 all the saloons in Iowa will have to move out or quit. The health of this place is reasonably good. The people are busy preparing for spring work. Corn is 70c. per bushel, wheat $1.50, flour 2.00 per sack of 48 lbs., best hay $15.00 per ton, hogs on foot $6.25 per cwt. I will close. Find one dollar pos- order for renewal of the that closed tbeirdoors, and the Adair County Kewsfor 1915. -' Good luck and best , wishes to B. F. Carter. and all. possible; without Rood digestion and reguiar bo we. movement you cannot have health. Why neglect keeping bowels open and risk being sick and ai,ine? You don't have to. howels become constipated, take a small Dr Kingrs New Li,e Take one pnLat dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just af- - night, in the morning you will have a ter supper and they will correct the f all free bowel movement and feel mucn oeixer. neips your appetite . .. disorder. For sale by Paull Drue Co. m. Ad. --- Keep Your Bowels Regular. ws, the bowels are As everyone the sewerape system of the body, and it is of tho greatest importance that they move once each day. If your RaymondToole has been found At Shelburn, Ind., the Dixie guilty at Owen ton of bringing Flyer was wrecked. The pas about the death of a young womsengers escaped with slight in an by administering drugs. juries but the engineer wasl Health Promotes, happiness. Without; health genuine joy is im killed. On- - of t lie best fcnovu and most reliable Olivo Oil Flesh Builder iffifegsrt Emulsion is centemmo J vpopaorpniics Olive Oil roih a l!xh buiidrr end ccrve tonic I x'Jecssct tr take, iasy to dcst. Paull Dni I SoidbyWuiiDrugCo., Ad V C. A - s, . r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ae COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER SALE. STOMACH has done for me." contains 32 acres. Thedford's has been The second tract contains 40 acres more or less, but there is reserved out stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deof the last mentioned boundary, a would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It tract containing about 20 acres'. Said times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, two tracts and the reservation are I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and fully described by meets and bounds in the Judgment and order or sale, acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely which is of record in the office of the lid not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be clerk of the Adair Circuit Court in Order Book No , U, Page 356 land all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. For the purchase price, the purHe advised me to try rwould die. Get a package today. chaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing leOnly a quarter. Thedford's and quit j. gal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly wjth these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Black-Draug- ht Black-Draught, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Bryant &c Plff. ) James Annie Burton &c Dft. J FOR By virtue of 'a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof. 1915, in above cause, I shall proMajority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to ceed to the for sale offer at the courttake his advice, although I did not have house door in Columbia, Ky., to the Highes .Would Die, Bat highest bidder, at public auction, on any confidence in it. Monday, the 5th day of April, 1915, at I have now been taking One Helped Him to ht one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six for three months, and it has cured me Recovery. prophaven't had those awful sick headaches months, the following described erty, Two certain tracts of since I began using it. Hand, situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Sulphur Fork, and I am so thankful for what Pomeroylon. Ky. In interesting ad ht adjoining each other. The first tract TROUBLE FIVE YEARS Black-Draug- ' to-wi- t: Black-Draug- vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with Special Notice ! Greensburg, Ky. Woodson Lewis Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Ferice A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. hisch Price 15c ' The United States has made a demand on Gen. Villa for punishment of the soldiers who murdered John B. McManus, an Amer ican Proper Treariftettt for Biliousness. For a long time Miss tjiila Skelton, Churchville, IS". Y., was bilious and ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Emma Lou Judd by &c Plff. ) DENTIST L. W. Bennett &c Dft. ' f By Virtue of a Judgment and Order OVKH JPATJIL. DRUG CO. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderColumbia, Ky. ed at the January term, thereof, 1915, cause, I shall proceed to in the above OKFICK PHONl offer for sale at the court-hous- e door RES PHONE SO. in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at public auction, on Monday, the 5th day of April, 1915, at one o'clock, W. p. m., or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, DETSTTIST A certain tract of land situated in Adair Countj, Ky., on the waters Am permanently located in Co of Russell Creek, aud near the town lumbia. of Columbia, containing S9J acres, as the Judd farm, and ful- All Classes of Dental work done. and known ly described by meets and bounds in and Inlay work a Specialty. the Judgment and order of sale, which is a record in the office of the All Work Guaranteed Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, in Order Book No., 14, Page 335, to Office over G. W. Lowe's which reference is made. Shoe Store The one Eleventh interest of the plaintiff, Emma Lou Judd, in the Bond to be executed for the land orT. B. Stone J. H. Stone dered sold will remain a lien upon said land, and bear interest at the rate of 6 percent., per annum from date, un& til she arrives at the age of 21 years, or a guardian qualities for her as reAttonev-At-Laquired by law. For the purchase price, the purO Will practice in chaser, with approved surety or securities, mast execute Bond, bearing lethis and adjoining counties. gal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect Jamstown, Kentucky : of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Li, H- W. A, Coffey, Master Commissioner. Dr. James Triplett HENRY DEPP, to-w- it: Crow-Bridg- Stone Stone, w JOJlES Mrs. Frank Morton, of New-por- e, is a grandmother .at the of thirty-twage o. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at regideqee near Graded School buiidi'ngr A " " " 7 8 8 9 9 " " " 6 6 9 6 " " " " " " " " 26 32 32 39 39 "" "" "" "" " 18c Park, last week. Chamberlain's Tablets were the only sleeping porch or the open bed room. thing that gave her permanent relief. Next to that comes the cold sponge Ad For sale by Paull Drug Co. bath in the morning," says the i'outh Companion. Be as careful as you can Cane Vailey. you will occasionally take cold and when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help in Mrs. Josie Edrington was enabling you to get rid of It. Try it. her son, Omer, in Highland For sale by Paull Drug Co Ad vis-itin- sr "If there is such a thing as a speci fid had sick headache and dizzy spells. againts colda, it Is to be found in the Specific Against Colds. PHONE M6. 7 is' W. T. OTTLEY TTORSEy-AT-LA- CoLUiltJIA, KENTUCKY Will Practice Irt all'thelCourts Office: In Rollin HurfsJOflic " 20c " " "' " " " 9 "" " " 18c DR. here, he rented his farm to Frank The farmers of his communi" 22ic Karnes. Mr. Karnes will move ty are making great preparations 20c Mr. John Stone, of Highland Park, was here last week. While Neats.2, "aWence Phone-1- B Business Pho el3"P J. N. MURRELL DENTIST 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." Cloth- Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and ing, both . at old prices. We have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. Surveying C. Land Owners Attention. -- D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON for a crop. Miss Hazel Jones was visiting Mr. Wallace Beard left a few the family of Rev. Oscar days ago for his work in the civin Columbia, several days il service. of last week. Mr. Frank Winfrey left for IlWillie Hutchison, who has linois a few days ago. been a successful groceryman of Mr. J. J. Watson, who .has this place for the past fifteen been in Taylor county, has reyears, has gone to the country, moved to hi3 farm at this place. and is now one of the most pros Mr. Piley Light, who has been perous farmers in the Mt. Pleas--aon the sick list for the past six or neighborhood. eight weeks, is able ' to be out Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Van Hoy, again. of Shelby ville, were visiting the Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beard, of family of Mr. S. S. Van Hoy Eunice,-visiteMr. J. R. Beard last week. and family last Saturday night J. G. Sublett bought the Dock and Sunday. Watson property here, that was Mr. Geo. Stults was in our sold at. Columbia last week. midst last week on business. Mrs. R. T. Dudgeon, who has Mr. E. L. Grant and family been confined to her room for and L. A. Neat, of Eunice, visittwo weeks, is improving slowly. ed Mr, J. H. Grant, Sunrtay. . Rev. Harry Sanders attended Campbells-villthe Bib'le Institute in Campbells-vill- e Mr: Alva Cook, of visited relatives at this last week. Cap-shant d next week. Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Speci a Prices right and attention to Horse Shoeing. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' PHONE NO.: 73 ' JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. Two youthful bandits overpow- ered and bound the ticket agent of the K. & I. Bridge at New Albany and robbed his cash reg- ister. 3 C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e year-s A race war was narrowly averted at Henderson when George Powell, a negro, assaultp'lace last week, ed Mrs. Lizzie Branson and Rev. Carl Rexroat, of Lone Valley, Mr. J. J. Watson, of this place, W. R. Conover. was here last Saturday. He is made a business trip to. a few days ago., the young man that was kidThe Court of Last Resort. years ago and carnapped seven Mr. S. H. Merritt bought of Around the stove of the cross roads Mr. Sam Breeding one pair of grocery is the real courtlof last resort, ried to England. e, Camp-bellsville, 4 three year old mules. experience. Ghargesrea- sonable. Phone .74-or Special Attnetin to Eyes write T.'C Faulkner, 'Columbia iJCy. Fistulo, Poll-eyi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at lair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon e. due when work is done or stock removed from stableB. LtCATWN never really Many People In This Tovn enjoyed' a meal until wc advised them to take a Ta3 a B3 4&au!22i NEA1EI 1DGIES' IES1IENCE N HJtKVILLE STtEET. before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25c a box. Paull Drug Co. J2 Dyspepsia Tablet i ill If! m IMWtWIiilMflMMii Tonight morning Paull Dfu Co. It will act as a laxative in the all others for it finally over-rule-s Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court in almost every cioss roads grocery in this country, and has always received a favorable verdict It is in the country where man expects to receive full value for his money that this remedy For sale byl is most appreciated. Ad.' Paull Drug Co. J tgr'' k t 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 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 class 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 the Spring early, we will begin on js3 .'nrM - L lXAl vh J S5JLciy . n IVXclICIl r A And Continue For 10 Days SPECIAL CUT PRICE SALE .i cwv- -. lOtll -- In all departments of our store. This does riot 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 ex-- . pensive undertaking to use. the space'in this paper,J;o n.ame all thearticles of merchandise at these reduced prices, but will ' -' ; ; Y': ; briefly quote some ' I . y 'Cotton Department All Standard Prints Fast Colored Check Ginghams . . r NET PRICES U Shoes 42c 5c "v I " " y v. tf " Clothing r X in I rrv m 1 " Amoskeg Dress Style Heavy 4-- 4 Hoosier Sheeting " " 9-- .... ... .. 9c 5c 18c " 4 " Bleached && Quilt Lining 8&c Colored Cotton Shirtings 9c j Fine quality Shirting Cheviots.. 4-- 4 6 and 7c Bleached Cotton 4-- 4 " 20c 4c 1 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 Hereis where we put the knife deepest. Our entire Spring stock of Mens, Boys and Children? Clothing will be on the Racks for this safe". Mens Mens $10.00 12.50 15.00 and suits suits suits at at at suits $7.50. 10.00. 12.50. from ' Mens Boys Children Hope 1 " " .20c Striped Feather Ticking 0c Unbleached Drilling ,,.-.M2c Cotton Batting 9 oz. Blue Denim .... . 7ic 15c 8c A special high grade line of Mens Work Shoes from $1.50 to $3.00. Our .entire shoe from 10 to stock will be 20 per. cent. discounted $1.50 up. The entire line embraces the newest styles in Cassimeres and Worsted, Palm Beach & etc., from reliable Manufacturers. 9c 14c 12c No sweat shop " " 8" Our entire spring purchase Silks, Woolen Dress Goods, Cotton Suitings, White Goods, Linens, Voiles, Crepes, Plisse Crepes, Flaxons, 'Organdies, Laces, Embroideries, Braids, Trimmings, etc, go into this sale at a uniform 'discount of 0 per cent.1 - Carpets and Upholstery Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, ners, Mattings, Linoleums, Junk in this department. Hall RunOil Cloths, for Hats and Caps. "Spring and summer Hats x "Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Curtain Etamines, Drapery Cloths, . Poles, Fixtures, etc., all go in this sale at per 'cent, discount. s and Caps ' It) Men and Boys embracing the new blocks in Fur, Straws, Palm Beaches and Silks, discounted 0 to 20 per cent 1 We w;ant to move $25, 000 worth of merchandise in This is .not "Hot air" but "Cold this sale.- - You need our goods at these ;rir ices, we need your money. Don't miss this. sale. facts', RjusseK Isf 3 Cl. up' A 0mm S '; M say Toy i-ff- ho nfli hOx nay; ai & - ' v