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Bryan S. Miller, James Tutt. W. H. Jones and E. J. Page each received a trio. One male that would have gone to Mr. 0. S. Harris was badly crippled, so much so ttiat it would have been unwise to have liberated samefor breeding purposes. I have applied to the Game and Fish Commission for a coop of next shipment and Mr. Harris, with his applicants, will come first. These birds hatch from 15 to 20. Do no harm more than destroy insects and will come to your barnyard in cold weather. Parties wanting Game or Fish should apply to J. Q. Ward, Frankfort, Ky. T. I. Smith. School Improvement. As a matter of a new public school building has been agitated, the school board has held a meeting, it wasunam-iousl- y agreed that the present building was inadequate to meet the demands of the school. However, realizing this to be such an important lensus of Illiterates. In another place I have given a few Boy Kills His Sister. Here is something that the Municipal Board of this town should give serious consideration and act upon it: The town needs protection from fire, as there are a number of shacks adjacent to the square where the most valuable buildings are located, and these small shacks are very innamable and should one take tire in the night the whole square would, in all prob-abilitit- y, be reduced to ashes. Taking into consideration the great danger of a destructive fire, we believe the board of trustees should re quire the town marshal to visit every locality where these small frame buildings and barns are located each night just before the lights are turned question and one that deserves careful consideration, the board has deferred taking further action' until it has definite plans to pub before the people These will be brought up at a convenient time. There will be no further agitation just now. Quartette Sublime, Gypsies Divine, The play you can'jb decline, Kentucky Belle. Male favor for us. down. In some places it is said darkies atically arranged, giving every body Respectfully, often meet and shoot craps, and as a Mr. J. Q. Phel ps, one of Russell an opportunity to see the schools in a Tobias Huffaker, Supt. matter of course they must have a county's prosperous and iniluential body. To that end the schools will light. A little precaution might Special Sale of Slippers for Easter. citizens, was greatly surprised on the We learn from Mr. J. D. Sharp, who reach town as early as possible in the save this town from a large conflag-gratio19th, inst , it being his fifty-nint- h was here Friday, that there are a morning and go at once to the meetAt the Bee Hive Shoe Store, March birthday. His friends desiring to good many hogs in and about Aman-davill- ing place, either the Lindsey-Wilso- n If the marshal will not undertake 3lst. lasting until Saturday April 3rd. make his heart glad, decided to give Cumberland cjunty, that are or the High School building. After and do this work, then a special man inclusive. For the four days we are him a dinner, and they came in by being fed for a late market. He all have arrived the entire student should be employed for this purpose. our and slippers" at che score. The spread was bountiful stated that Brockman & Snow body will form a procession, marching going Other towns, no larger than this place cost. to sell andshoes us, Come see price our and the day most delightfully spent weighed two car loads to a man named to the square At the proper time an have night watchmen, why not Co- goods in social converse and the rendering McComas, at 6h cents. "Mr. J. A. interesting program will be made out before buying. lumbia? of excellent music. Mr. Phelps' moth- Young, of Glenville, was in town same for the day's exercises. G. W. Lowe. The board will meet next Monday years old, min- day and he stated that there are more er, who is ninety-fou- r night and this matter should be taken Excursion rates the first Sunday in gled with the happy throng, Mr. Herbert Smith, who is employed hogs in Adair county thau people are up and acted upon. at Paintsville, Ky , has sent this ofApril. $1.50 for the round trip from reporting. fice a copy of the booster edition of Columbia to Campbellsville. Secour line of clothing before you Myers &Son. A Treat for Columbia. For the next six weeks there will be the Herald, a paper published in that buy. "Suits from $4.75 to $13.50. see no idle days for the farmer. They are town. It shows by illustration, the our $9.98 suits. They are beauties. Marriage Licenses. all busy, putting in their crops, hop great mining iuterest in Eastern KenThe Columbia Chapter of the East22-Neat & Murray. ing that this will be a good year for tucky, and many of the large business ern Star will present a three act comthem. This hope is shared by every houses in Johnson county. From the edy, "A Kentucky Belle," at the Up to the 25th of March the followbody, as a prosperous year for the paper we judge that every body is To Trustees. Graded Gymnasium, Friday evening, ing marriage licenses were issued from farmer means prosperity for the en busy in that part of the State. April 2nd, at 7:45. the Adair County clerk,s office: tire county. Bear in mind that a series of meetThis is Chambers most delightful Edgar Brown to Areil Coomer. Trustees will please read carefully W. J. McGaha to Mary S. Black. ings will commence at the Baptist, comedy, and will be presented by an all the instructions given on their The Ladies of the Baptist Church Harry Shirley to Ada Skaggs. all star cast. The concentrated census blanks. Please list all the will have an Easter sale at Eubank & church next Sunday. The whole comRurel Richard to Bessie Calhoun. effort of Columbia's best dramatic children entitled to be listed and no Summer's Millinery parlors, the Sat munity should shape its affairs, to be talent A solid evening of fun and M. H. Stapleton to Ogin Cowen. more If in doubt as to the bounda- urday before Easter Sunday. We will in attendance and work for its suclaughter Johu P. Kelsey to Clara Blair. ries, apply to the Supt. for a copy of have every thing delectable to tempt cess. The minister, who will assist You will laugii when you come, John Rigney to Mattie E. Grant. your boundary. Do not. tear out any the palate of the greatest epicurin. the pastor, has the reputation of beWhile there you will laugh right sheets from the yellow census pads. We invite all our friends to get their ing a strong, forceful speaker, and he Leg Broken. You will laugji when you go, Have each parent or guardian or older Easter dinner already cooked Give should have the backing of all the religious people in reach ot the church. And you will laugh all night Grover Campbell, a boy about eigh- member of the family sign his name us a call. Admission 25c' and 15c, Reserved 35c. teen years old, who lives at Sparks-ville- , to his individual list. If unable to Mr. J. D. Todd has purchased of Will all the Ladies who are interthis county, met with a serious write have him make his mark atMr. A. I. Hurt, the residence on Died in Frankfort. accident last Wednesday. In company tested by trustee as witness if no one ested in our Easter sale send in their Burkesville street in which the latwith other boys, he was jumping and else is present. Make a complete list contributions early as possible Satur- ter resides. We understand the con''ointiiSi-- e in making a light, his foot creened of all the children in each one of ttie day morning. sideration was eleven hundred dollars. Mrs. Amanda Nell, who was the and his right leg was broken above census sheets and also in the record widow of the late Dr. Ed Nell, died the knee. Local physicians reduced book. Keep the record book for the To Stockmen. Eggs For Hatching. at her home, in Frankfort, last Fri- the fracture and Thursday the boy teacher and bring everything else to Mrs. Nell's maiden name was resting easy. day night. me. Be sure to bring your reports to I will sell eggs from my full My Jack, "Stanley," will make the was Kinnaird, and she was born and me in person. Do all this in the month season at Murray Bros. Farm, stock White Plymoth Rock chickpresent reared near Nell, this county. Before 3 lb. can (Scott county brand) string-les-s of April. one and half miles from Columbia, ens at $1.00 for 15. I do not deremoving to Frankfort the deceased Respectfully, 14c. beans and will serve a limited number of liver eggs. These eggs are from resided in Columbia. She was a lady 15c. Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. C. S. 3 lb. can choice Peach mares for a fee 83.00, to insure a living of high Christian character, leaving 12ic. Pullets that weigh from 8 to 9 lbs. 3 lb. can Pears H. D. Murray. colt. many friends in this Dlace. Mrs. Geo. 25c. 3 cans peas (good values) Miss Cindy and dot black nigger J. C. Strange, t. W. staples and Mrs J. G. Eubank beFor cash, this week, only, at Henry, says to you Adafr county folks, Columbia, Ky. ing her step daughters. She was also Flowers & Walker. Come one, come all, and fill, plum full For Sale. a cousin of Mrs. J. O Russell, who atdot Gynasium Hall. Notice. tended ttie funeral, the interment bei You will leave with a smile if you ing at Frankfort, Sunday afternoon. buy some of the bargains in hats at G year old Jack, a number one breedHats that make children laugii The surviving children and other relAll parties desiring Rubber Tire prices that make mothers smile at er and good performer Black with Mrs. Geo. Staples. s style, guaranatives have the sympathy of this comwork done in Mrs. Geo. Staples. mealy points. Will sell cheap. munity. teed, call at J. M. Kearnes' Machine B. Mattingly, H. All dem gen'iemeu puttin up dere Our market closes Friday April 9th shop. Also any other work in his line Lebanon, Marion County, Ky. money on Kentuckj Belle. Ever'n C. W. B. Program. 21-you had. 1915. Get your tobacco here on or beyou don't, you'll alius wish fore that date. Don't miss the opEld. Lawrence Williams, who has Signed Henry & Cindy. No need to wear your old hat if you portunity of selling on the loose flour. been pastor of che Christian Church, Following is the program of the C. call and get prices at Mrs. Geo. StaGreensburg L. L. Tob. W. H. Co. Quanah, Texas, has accepted a call W. B. for April 6. to be held in the Boards. from the Church at Canadian, Texas, ples. Chapel of the Christian church at 2.30 and has removed to the latter place. A Splendid Offer. The fire insurance company, reprep. m. for sale at Casey Jones' 50,000 Boards made a Song 171. Mr. Sara Lewis has purchased the sented by W. B. Patteson, 22-store. settlement with Mr. J. D Eubank Devotional Mrs. R. F. Rowe. For the next thirty days we will poultry house formerly occupied by last week, paying him something over Roll call Responded to by giving f urnisli The Adair County News one J. N. Norris Sons , for 8325. Mr. Lew- $1,200. Mr. Patteson represents the some item on Mexico. ' Notice. year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- is will use it as a storage house. It is old reliable Aetna Company. Minutes. located to the left of the Berlin News, Big auction Saturday, April 10, 1915, er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, Business Period. Mrs. T. I. Smith, Cane Valley, is in one year, Farm and Fireside, semi- No. 2,516. Talk by Mrs. Josephine Rowe 'The at Roy, Ky., on Columbia and Russell monthly, one year; Magathe millinery market this week, purPhysical Features and Government of Springs road, consisting of clothing, Mr. J. C, Miller, the contractor, has chasing all the latest designs She hats, caps, shoes, slippers, dress goods, zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry Mexico." the contract to build will open her her stock the last of waut-iu- g Pointers, monthly, one year, all for been awarded notions and cloaks. Any one Leaflet read by M rs. Silas Denuey Christian church at Monti-cello- . a good stand to sell goods, come 31.65. This is the best offer ever made a new brick to be an attractive edifice. this week, and the ladies are invited "The Beginning of the C. W. B. M. is readIt to call. She will have bargains, and and look. I can suit you. Also a by this office, and all who want work in Mexico " ing matter should send their subscripshe is auxious for her customers to small faim close by for sale Talk by Mr Ruberts 'The ReligThere is a demand for dwelling see the taste displayed in selecting. tions to this office at once. G. II. Red mon, ions of Mexico." houses in Columbia. There is not a Roy, Ky. 22 2t Mr. J. H. Judd lias purchased the day but you hear of some one wno I keep on hands a full stock of A letter from Miss Bessie Inman, a keep. wants to rent a piece of town property. cottage, near tiie Graded school buildcoffins, caskets, and robes. I also missionary in Mexico, read by Mrs. W. ing, from Judge T. A. Murrell, ConRev. Frederick A. Hamilton will Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and M. Wilson sermon at the Meth two hearses. Prompt service night or preach an Easter sideration, 1,100. Prof. Huffaker is Mr. J. B. Coffey, who is an assistTalk by Mrs Williams Incidents odist church next Sunday forenoon, in day. Residence Phone 29, office ant Fire Marshal, has been cal'ed re- occupying the cottage. f Evangelist Work in Mexico. the absence of Rev. J. S. Chandler, phone 98. Offering. cently to investigate fires that have Mr. Hooker Williams and Miss Grace who, in company with Rev. W. F. 45-- 1 yr J. F Triptett, Song 129. occurred in Adair and adjoining coun- Bcse, Allen, of Burkesville, came to will be in Wayne county. Ad Hosrard, Columbia. Ky Benediction. ties. Columbia last Saturday, procured liThere will he special music and the Mrs Z T. Williams, Pres. censee to wed, then drove to the home public is cordially invited. There J. F. Neat bought a lot from Mrs. of Eld. Z. T. Williams where the rites Mrs Silas Denney, Sec. no services at this church SunMillinery at Gadberry. will be Malissia Christie, last week, contain- were solemnized. day night on account of the beginning ing two or more acres, at $125 per Red Lex. of a series of meetings at the Baptist Faced '.Black S pan- I have just returned from market acre Mr. Neat will build a residence Fon church. summer. where I purchased a beautiful line of this,spring and ish eggs; 75c. ,for 15. Mrs. E. L. Feese Columbia, Ky. millinery. If you waut to breed to a first-clawill be county court, folSale. For Monday horse, call at my barn in the Flat You are cordially invited to see my Royal Arch Masons should rememWoods,, and see one of the best breed-er- s lowed by court of claims on Tuesday. styles with thalpwest prices. latest county. expected that a large crowd will ber that an important meeting will be in Adair . It is Mrs.iR. W.Hurt. Baled Hay and Baled Straw. held next Friday night. .2-F. W. Bridgewater. be in town Monday. 21-n. instructions to trustees in regard to taking the school census. In addition to this the Illiteracy Commission is asking the trustees to get a complete census of all the people who can not read or write. Special blanks for this purpose will be sent to each trustee and the work can be easily done in connection with the taking of the regular school census. The trustees will please be kind enough to do this, We learn from the County School as it wiuneipus much in the camSuperintendent that there will be anpaign for suppressing illiteracy in Kentucky. The object is to get the other educational rally this year, but will be called earlier than the one number and names of all persons above it held last year, probably about the iast ten years of age who can not read or of September. Every thiug pertainwrite. Please do not fail to do this ing to the rally will be more system- Mr. Asberry Tabor, who lives at Albany, a former citizen of Adair county, had the misfortune to lose a little daughter, by accident, last week. The girl and her little brother were playing in the yard. The boy had got possession of an old pistol, and not knowing it was loaded, pointed it at his sister and it tired, killing her instantly. The alarm was given and the scene was heart rendering. e, 4t 22-2- first-clas- 3t ' 3t To-day- 's kY - -- SALE.-Whit- e i-- x ss -- 4t 22-3- t Goff Bros. 2t .it' I rJ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SHERIFFS SALE. Land to be Sold for 1914 Taxes J. E. Rowe at the Court House Door April 5, 1915. On Monday April 5, 1915, at the court house door in Columbia, Kentucky, the same being the first day of 6 40 a regular term of the Adair County Court, at one o'clock p. m , or there12 19 about, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the fol5 79 lowing described tracts of land, or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the taxes DISTRICT NO 6 due and costs for the year of 1914, of J. W. Bryant 27 acres joins the following named persons: 6 65 Bob Feese tax and cost J. W. Read 2 acres joins Bob DISTRICT No. 1. 6 40 Parrott tax and cost Sallie M. Bottom 15 acres P. C. Stubbs 35 acres joins joins J. H. Emmett tax Geo Humphries tax and 1 32 and costs 4 55 cost Mrs. Patsy Burton 115 acres E. O. Turner 10 acres joins joins Dump Sumner tax T. F. Corbin tax and 9 85 and costs 9 78 cost R. L. Gabeheart 142 acres joins U. S. Stayton tax NO 6 COLORED DISTRICT 10 73 Ed McWhorter 100 acres and costs Z. C. Mann 23 acres joins joins Jo Page tax and R. J. Stayton tax and 7 64 cost 4 56 costs 7S acres joins J. I. Smith J. H. Nauce US acres joins 12 51 June'Groves tax and cost Campbellsville Lumber 3 63 Co., tax and costs DISTRICT NO 7 RhodaA. Rainwaters 200 G B. Taylor 2 acres joins acres joins Jim Scott tax 12 65 H. C. Baker tax and cost 10 78 and costs 7 COLORED. DISTRICT NO J. O. Sanders 16 acres joins Luther Flowers 7 acres Dave Williams tax and joins Lewis Willis tax 4 76 costs 4 33 and cost John Swallows 10 acres Henry Hancock J acre joins joins Logan Montgomery G. Wheat tax and cost 3 23 7 02 tax and costs Robt. Spearman 3 acres J. T. Wilson 1 town lot joins P. H. Cheatham Knifley Co., tax and costs 3 56 4 67 tax and cost COLORED DISTRICT NO., 1 Sarah Stone 8 acres tax Margaret Crow 50 acres 1 61 and cost joins W. H. White tax Taylor Wade 50 acres joins 4 00 and costs 5 88 Geo. Aaron tax and cost C. B. Hendricksou lu acres Cattie Willis 1 acre joins joins Sam White tax and James Cheatham tax and costs 4 56 1 31 cost J. R. McWhorter 40 acres joins M. E White tax DISTRICT No 7 A. Colored. and costs 6 44 Mary Luster 1 town lot tax H. H. Shively 6 acres joins 2 45 aud cost E. C. Hardin tax and ) S. H. Mitchell Sheriff's Office costs 3 31 Dated at Columbia Ky Sheriff Adair ) Co,, Ky. March 4th 1915 M. C. Eastridge omitted 8 35 from list tax and costs DISTRICT NO. 2. 3Irs. Lena F. Acree 27 acres joins Thos. Powell tax and 1 costs J. A. Bryant 90 acres joins Bob CatTee tax and costs 5 R T. Bailey 30 acres joins 3 J T. Page tax and costs R. L. Beard 55 acres joins T. W. Wheat tax and costs Geo. Harris 3 acres joins Geo. Brock tax and costs 3 Charlie Roberts 10 acres joins Richard Harmon 3 Tax and costs M. W. Smiley 32 acres joins Richard Burton tax and 3 costs Felix Simmons 1 acre .joins M. Conover tax and costs 3 NO. 2 COLORED. DISTRICT Ermine Haskins 90 acres joins F. D. Conover tax 3 and cost DISTRICT NO. 3. Lee Harny N. R. I acre joins A. D. Harny tax 1 and costs Mrs. Sarah Ann Kimbler 1 acre joins Billie Shearer 1 tax and costs acre joins R. L. Pointer 2 Jim Petty tax aud costs .Mrs. Catherine Spencer 12 acres joins G. Morgan tax 1 and costs J. A. Turner 150 acres joins A. B. Turner tax and 6 costs , Johnnie Voils N. R. 50 acres joins A. J. Law-hor- n 1 tax and costs Watson 12 acres joins Jsaac J. L. Watson tax aud 2 costs DISTRICT NO., 4. .J. B Brake 6 acres joins 3 A. W. Rowe tax and costs M. England 57 acres .J. joins W. M. Brummett 0 tax and costs 34 J acres .J. H. Jessie & Son joins Walker & Pullium 2 tax and costs m Kinnfard N. R. 138i acres joins "Watt England i "' 5 avl and costs 45 acres joins Nannie B. Rowe tax and costs DISTRICT NO 4. Colored. Josh Taylor, Dec'd, 50 ac- -' res 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 E. A. Roe 1 acre joins Zid- ner Willis tax and cost ' Albert Willis 60 acres tax and cost 4 56 Elmer Blair and Gonda Collins have gone to Illinois to work. They will send for their wives later. 1 95 '2 24 Whooping Cough It Is natural for a child r laush and piay wnen it suiks We'll everyone knows the effect of eiies ana may depend on urowsily or u it something matter. If you see no Pjne Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell's physical is the serious ailment you will Qidences of a not give a if you is a remedy which dose be wronB laxative quietly evening It on of mild that putting it to bed. brings quick relief for Whooping The remedy most generallv recomfor Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes mended Syrup this purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving the lining of the throat and lungs, their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands families aro and makes the coughing spells less se- uflji it where hundreds ofused it then, vere. A family with growing chil- and there must bo good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. dren should not be without it. Keep It is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old it handy for all Coughs and Colds. others who need a gentle people and all bowel stimu25c at Paull Drug Co. lant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken, before retiring will bring corn- Ad. Pine-Tar-Hone- The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and amon the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without It are Mrs. J. "W. Haynes. Brady, Kv and Mrs. E. L. Weeks, W. 2nd St.. Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious illness. Anvone 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 a.M aU1ross on a. postal card will do. 17-J- J plcte satisfaction In the moraineAfter a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. y " A man's notion of zero in tertainment is a piano recital. People Ask Us en- COMMISSIONER' SALE. WELL DRILLER See me. be What is the best laxative? Years of experience in selling all kinds leads us to always recommend as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. ) Lula Leach &o Plff. George O. Hancock &c Dfc. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January terra 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 JJonday, the oth day of April, 11)15, 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 de'scribed 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 ollice of the Clerk of the AdairxCircuit 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 Jugment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. J" to-wi- I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give From Georgia. Bannockburn, Mch. 19th. Dear Readers: This leaves me in southern Ga. located in uerrien county, amongt the palmentass, and tall pine trees, where the alligators are in the rivers, ponds, and creeks. This is a turpentine country. The turpentine is distilled at Bannockburn, two miles from here. I have a job as wood boss, when school is out at $50, a month. believe I will be pleased with my position. This is a warm country, roses bloom in every month except Jahuary. Some oranges grow here, and peach trees are in. full 1 , I J. C. YATES t: A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati WecRIy Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Owensby. bloom now. Subscription may be new or renewal . What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 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 obtaining 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 reliabte market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every omc, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders tr te 95 10 93 79 01 31 31 31 46 06 33 , 98 16 40 62 93 63 40 24 94 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 The Adair 'County News, and twelve dollars, Columbian Ky. with the interest ao the rate of six percent., per annum from the 24th day of Sept., 1914, until paid, and 63 and costs herein, I 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 1 Mb W&snaB o'clock p. m., or thereaboun (being & county court,) upon a credit of six 1 months the following described property, One dark horse mule, ft '5& 0 five years old, and known as the Char8 Skfa m m . wra zr & ! a M ley 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 co'w, and one black sow, 1 one year old, and the increase of said Wwnatfs Tonic . heifer, pow Also a tract of laud situated in; Adair county. Ky., on the waters of Big Creek, and bounded on the North FJ33 SAii AT ALL DRUGGISTS by the lauds of Thomas Cole, on the F4 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. Go wen deceased, aud coniVC.l SE v ' r, The Powell Bros, have bought v. L. O. Phelps, of Jamestown, tains 72 acres more or less. The live stock will first be sold, and H. C. Rogers' stock of merchanvi Ky., also Elmer Wilson of Rus- should they fall to bring a sufficient -; " c cK V" -1 j iJ dise at Sewellton, and will con- sell county, are here. ir amount to satisfy said debt, interest tinue the business. and costs, then said land will be sold, r6tfjirtf '2. . Best Wishes, T:. t or sufficient thereof to produce the Aunt Nancy McFarland.theold James O. Prock Dcsighs Sr ' : sums of money so ordered to be made. yy w' est person in our community, CopvmoMTs Ci ,. Aiivmie enjliig 3 skclrii .::ii) d" r n:in aiay For the purchase price, the purchaser . cnfrkly rao who has been confined to her ft'i Trtnin ot:r vi" st j ;T(..n:.. 'iu-- n .Me l. i.i with approved surety or securities, A Food and Nerve Tonic iric.lyei.ii3.leiiti.iI. "i'.mau quite awhile, remains is frequently required by old age. We bed for sent .ys . must execute bond, bearing legal inl's.'itj Olilest mieiirr i lnrKtwi i?u."i. 5. Jluitn taken tliniUL-lalways recommend trrct'it notice, without charge. iu tL about the same. terest from the day of sale until paid, Olive Oil S Scientific Miss Emma Grider spent Satand having, the force and effect of a A handsomely Ttt&XaiOU Illustrated Teckty. J.vw .. urday night and Sunday visof any golentioc journal. i n Judgment. Bidders will be prepared containing Bypophosphites yeur: (nur months, II. Soldbyoll Mitr. iting the Misses Murray at as anidealcombinationfortMs purpose. to comply promptly with these terms! ifiUBH"Co.a84BMrfi,-teYa;..u.a vbic. S3 J St.. Was 2. Paull Drug Co. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. J 85-10- This is a very rainy country; it We hear on all sides the gee rains two or three times a week. and haw of the farmers. For I have, not seen a snow flake these beautiful sunny days have since I have been down here. Peanuts are raised here in put new life in all earthly crea tures, and caused man to be full abundance, they feed their hogs of merryment, laughterand song. 'on peanuts and sweet potatoes. Mr. S. B. Collins, we are They t link too much of their glad to state, has about recover- corn ii feed it to their hogs. Peaed and is able to knock around nuts :re easily raised; and are cheap feed for hogs. the place. Meadows are uuknown here. Mr. M. L. Owens recently made a trip to Louisville on of- Sugar cane grows well, and a good lot of syrup is used. ficial business. , Speaking to an old lawyer with Mr. Ben Allen, the merchant of this place, is doing a good reference to Hon. William Story, a Russell county boy, the man business. Recently, Misses Vertie Coffey, said: "Story has achieved what many would term an impossibiliMay Snow; Messrs. Alya Bryant and Tom Aaron ty. He has in two years time and Ernest and Clarence Coffey gone to the top of the legal promade quite an enjoyable trip upjfession- - He is one of the best Cumberland river to Burnside liked members of the Nachville, Ga., bar, there is no pomposity and on to Somerset. about him he achieves greatness We hear quite a lot of good misteriously." It will be rememroad talk. It wont be long un- bered that Story for several years til we will hear the toot of the was a student of the L. W. T. S. autoes. Then each and every and was termed "The red one will be more enthusiastic. of Russell. Mc-Farlan- 19-4- t, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTTCKY 0 shall-pro-ce- ed Ion a ? to-wi- t: d, AWm and-sow- Is head-ed"4orat- or '- --m- . iyi E- TL pi:-ii- .1 ".-'!- r 11 11 ihi-t.i;- n jm.IJi-'OC- ? 1. ..-- M Emusion jBiit::3. i " -- ,.- vf' A "x. r ra t -- V- v. -- .. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gone to Rest. Birdseve view ot our Plant Since Sunday night, Feb. 28th 191511:15 o'clock, at c'oud of sorrow has hung over our community when Elmer, the beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Squires closed his eyes in death. He was a victim of pneumonia. He was sick only one week. The last three or four days he was unconscious of ny thing until Sunday afternoon 5:15 o'clock, he realized that death was approaching, he called his father to his bed and told him that his course was finished and all was well. Farewell. The deceased was 23 years old. He leaves a father, mother, 3 sisters and 6 brother, all but one Mrs. Marvin Squires, of Rockwell, Texas, were with him when the end came He has one brother gone on before. Medical aid was with him all the time, but his condition was found to be one of exciting grave apprehensions and Sunday morning his physician expressed no hope. Sunday night the pall of death like some horrid incubus gradually grew around him in its frightful form, the sun went down, the feeble pulse grew weaker, the lamp of life failed in its socket and the death bed scene closed lif es dream forever. After funeral services at the residence, Tuesday March the 2nd, conducted by Rev. Christie and Squires, the remains were consigned to their last resting place in Summershade cemetery. Resolved. That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family and one to The Adair County News for publicaA Niece. tion. "Largest in Dixie" This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling, ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with employed to make the Thornhill wagon. iong sleeve malleable e. The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Eacli skein is use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma-t-o insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine of oak thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. 'vith double refined sable iron. The axles are of toughest nickory The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bot- - the steel axles of the best refined steeL torn, riveted through and through mul- The sides of "Thornhill" beds are tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. This is an exclusive at all points. Come in and see this wagon sold "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. non-breakab- le V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Louisville, Kentucky. t Incorporated out-car- WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog! Mr. Jamss Robertson of near Flirting with the cigar stand Campbellsville visited his father ladies and the waitresses is poor Saturday. sport for all of the parties inMr. W. R. Beard was in Col- volved, but it is the only game umbia one day last week. some men know. Misses Ella Humphress and Bessie Gose were shopping in YOur Child's Cough is a Call for Help Don't put off treating your Child's Cane Valley last Saturday. Cough It not only saps their strength The spoke factory at this place but often leads to more serious ailis doing great work. ments. Why risk? You don't have Miss Cleo Cave spent Saturday to Dr. King's New Discovery is just night with her cousin Miss Fan- the remedy your child needs. It is made withing soothing, healing and nie Cave of Jerico. antiseptic balsams. Will quickly Miss May Morris and brother check the Cold and soothe your Child's Rollin, were guests of H. B. Cough away. Ko odds how bad the Robertson Saturday night and Cough or how standing, Dr. King's New Discovery will it. It's guaranSunday. teed. Just get a bottle from your Miss Ann Lizzie Hood spent Druggist and try it. For sale by I Sold By Tfc. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, n Is KENTUCKY. smiaagjgrasaERa " e-- rot the ismacssz&cn vaQ priced bat the best, and in the d 2& 'he EVERYTHING IN a few days last week with her Paull Drug cousin, Mrs. Lambert Sanders. Miss Ura Robertson is visiting her grand parents this week. ROOFING AsphaitjGravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood Co. Ad. lYLERREDLfiAF. Keep Your Bowels Regular. The Court of Last Resort. ws, the bowels are As everyone Around the stove of the cross roads the sewerage system of the body, and grocery is the real courtjof last resort, all others it is of the greatest importance that for it finally over-rule-s they move once each day. If your Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court in al take a most every cioss roads grocery in this bowels become constipated, dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just af- country, and has always received a favorable verdict It is in the counter supper and they will correct the try where man expects to receive full disorder. For sale by Paull .Drug Co. value for his money thar this remedy Ad. is most appreciates for sale by Ad Paull Drug Co and American Fence. ! 9(f JPap mWf Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO- Incorporated 1 ( Absher. Farmers are now busy plowing. Miss Sylvia Hiimpress spent last Thursday night with relatives at Knifley, and was accom- panied home by Miss Bessie Gose. Mrs. Frank Sanders and daughter Effie, of Joppa, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Sanders a few days of last week. Miss Flora Morris is spending the week with her cousin Miss Clara Robertson. Mr0. P. Dillingham and nephew R. 0. Dillingham visited relatives atNeatsburg a few days last week. Mrs. Van Humphess and son y W. M. visited the family of Robertson from Friday until Sunday. Mr. R. L. Sharp and sister Annie were guests at Mrs. M. M. he by Jewell Denmark, he by Wash- Woods. First dam by Van Also a new boarding house Martin's Saturday and Sunday. ington Denmark. thoroughbred mare Moltke, 2nd dam and feed barn in Roley, can get Mr. Millard Young was at his tracing to old Lexington. He is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel, snip in face meals at any time and horses home Saturday and Sunday. and two white stockings. well cared for. Mr. Geo. Bryant has been very Tor further Information call on, Albert Bright, I. G. Thomas. sick for some time, is slowly Casey Creek, Ky., Campbellsville Hotel. improving. 111 II ! - Del-ane- Fancy trotter, will make the 12-- 1 IG Eaat rfaifcex Mreei$ Between First andBrook season of 1915 at C. H. Goode's barn at Roley, at $8.00 to insure Louisville, Ky. a living colt. Is a beautiful red bay, 16 hands high, weighs one thousand" and two hundred pounds, with large bone and extra heavy muscles, very stylish looking, fine action, extra good disposition. All of these qualities Burnside & Burkesville Transportation Company are in a remarkable degree trans(Incorporated) mitted to his colts. Tyler Red Leaf sired by Sunshine, Springi'tf.T'i7t!1r!li'linWOTiflCT.inTOipmrT".W8l H Packet Steamers: ROWENA and CELINA. field, Ky., and he by Red Leaf Tow Boat: ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges. Ky., Harrodsburg, Extended h'ih Wl Wl Mil1 WMWT IWil VWl j imuffiii'iK' TOmittBEaa pedigree will be given later. These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught, having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland1 This" celebrated Stallion will BLACK McQUEARY. River, and the only boats having working arrangemake the Dresent season at the At the same barn and place ments with Railroads at Burnside. Traffic handled stable of John Leet, in Camp- this great jack will make the sea direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer. bellsville, and be permitted to son at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Through Rates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through serve mares at the low sum of Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. McQueary is a very large $10.00 to insure a living colt. Black Cargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats .'or the protecAll care will be taken to prevent bone black jack, with white tion of shippers. accidents, but not responsible points, 15J hands high sired by SCHEDULE: Str. "Rowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. m.' of each week Gov. McQueary one of the best should any occur. for Gainsboro, Tenn. Returning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday 6 a. m. jacks that was ever in WashingLeave Burnside Wednesday p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn. RePEDIGREE: Lexington Prince is a ton county. Dam is a very large turning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a.m. Strs. "Celina" and "Alfine gaited saddle and harness horse, bany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to change jennet, she sired by old Gov. sired by Red Prince, he by 2nd Jewell, Lexington Prince. Cumberland River Route ? iffn . without notice. ' G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. A. B. MASSEY, President. Burnside, Kentucky. -- Read Our Liberal Paper Offers THE3DAIR THE ADAIR COUNTY CUfe-WEW&- T' NEWS Galicia, to assist the Russian , ar-m- y there. Published Every Wednesday BY THE v -- e --' ' - ' a few days. carpenters work' will be - done in .. ,- " ' , Mr. John D. Lowe passed Turks are fortifying posi- through here the first of the the Adair County News Company tions near Adrianople in fear of week, en route for Edmonton. an attack by Bulgaria. Heavy Mr, Curt Yarberry, one of ( INCORPORATED.) artillery has been brought in and business Cane Valley a new army is being trained by CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. men, was with us 'one day last German officers. v week. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest Fighting in Belgium is becomof the City of Columbia and the people of Adair Mr. Joel Rodgers spent a day ing active once more, and it is and adjoining counties. suggested in London that the or so with his family the latter as second part of last week. Entered at the Columbia Germans have determined on anclass mail matter. other attempt'to break through We understand from some of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR the allied lines in this section. our farmers that there is quite a Belgian forces attempting? to lot of nice lambs in this communWED. MCH. 31, 1915 press forward along the Yser are ity. Something over one hun said to nave met with some such dred. Announcements. We understand that the Akin cess. Advices from Petrograd and band rendered some very fine FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Berlin indicate that the struggle music, last Saturday night, in the Sparksville community, We are autharized to announce F. A. Strange a in Northern Poland is drawing candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, substage. The Mrs. Squire Kemp, who has ject to the Democratic primary to be held in toward a decisive August. Germans, who have been at- been in delicate health for some FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. tempting to pierce the Russian time, does not improve fast. Mr. Ernest Rodgers, of Roach-villJudge J. C. Crrter, of Monroe county, author- line at Ossowetz, are endeavorizes us to announce his candidacy for ing to prevent the Russians from spent one night last week h to the office of Circuit Judge in this the advancing to the North and in our city, while delivering our subject to the action of the Repubdistrict, lican voters, as expressed at the polls at the South of the fortress and inter- men quite a lot of good wheat. coming August primary. "FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. posing troops between it and the Dr. Depp called in to see us Prussian border. The official last JMonday morning while en- We are authorized to announce A. A . Hudles-tcof Cumberland county, a candidate for re- communication from Berlin states route for Edmonton to fill his election ts the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney district, subject to the that Russian attacks in this re promised engagements. h .in this the "action of the Republican'Voters in said district, gion were ' repulsed. Petrograd as expressed at the primary to bo held the first Remember that there will be Saturday in August, 1915. asserts' that considerable progpreaching at Union church, the FOR THE STATE SENATE." ress has been made recently and first Sunday in April by the pas,j -l ;r that Russian troops at places are tor. - within a few miles of the border. J, We are authorized to announce D. E. HatchMr. Sam Mitchell and Atty. er. of Barren cotnty, a candidate for the State 'Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at Another lull has come along the Logan Winfrey, of Columbia, ' Xh'e, August primary. The district Is composed Western battle front. There of.tbe connties of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. passed through here the first of was spirited artillery fighting, the week en route for Edmonton, We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, but only small movements of into attend the Metcalfe circuit of Barreu county, a candidate for the State fantry were attempted. Senate from the 19th district, subject to the court. action of the Democratic voters in the August Dispatches from English primary. The district is composed of Adair, There is quite a demand at Barren and Metcalfe. sources, based on stories of refthis time for stock hogs regard-lea- s ugees from the Dardanelles, say FOR THE LEGISLATURE. of the price. We underthat the Turks suffered great they are very scarce and We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a losses during the bombardment stand candikate to represent Adair and Cumberland none for sale, in the next Legislature, subject to the action of of March 18, the last general at expressed at the the Republican voters, as primary. tack by, the allied fleet. The We are glad to say that there fortresses under attack are said was never a 'better demand in n We are authorized to announce G. L. our city for produce of all kinds a candidate to resresent Adair and Cum- to have been reduced in greater Legislature, subject to the berland in the next than at present and at good action of the Republican voters of the district, part. In Berlin it is reported asexpresd at the August primary. , that the Allies lost 1,200 men prices. Russell County Announcement. and 134 guns. up-to-da- A dispatch from Athens says For the season of 1915 I will offer for public service Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. R. At $25.00 to insure a Living Colt DESCRIPTION:-B- all Chief, in color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 6 years old, 16 hand high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, ha3 an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his bcatif ul head in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He ha3 a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all the gaits in a most attractive manner. te Post-offic- e BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1861. by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900. by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 73. 4th dam by Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of high-claand is in every way worthy of your careful consideration. ss Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. By Red Bird G. 1936, he by Joe Brown 1955. he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by GistVBlack Hawk. 1st dam Authalia Thompson I303S, by Ottawa 233. by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexing- e, Twenty-nint- ton. 3rd dam Stella Denmark by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown SL Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay. full 16 hands high, 8 years'old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a vey well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He Possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. Heha3 five distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding- that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who ha3 perhaps sired as many high-clashow and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky; and traces on his dam's side- to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hosemen to be one of 'the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird Is one of Red Bird's greatest sons arid has proved himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that,- - if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at ten cents per day or fed at $10. per month. In all cases money Is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. All stock will receive our personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. ss - n, Twenty-nint- 1 , A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky--. Au-CU- st Perry-ma- BLACK PRINCE CIGAR The Easter Sunday Smoke l- - .r-.j- .. Notice. t V 9 i Sf" ii il "N "- sSsT"S-j?- FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J, R. McFar-lan- d a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Russell county, eubject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at .the August primary. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce Lee A. Lawto the office of less a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. Gradyville. ' Easter Sunday will be observ- ed by our Sunday School children. We had a considerable snow the first of last week. Wesley Dowell was at Greens-bur- g one day the first of the week. Is the cigar. A high grade smoke for special occasions. Always the favorite where men of good taste meet, by which class it is always appreciated. Step in and try one. Then you'll want a box for yourself and your best friends. We have also a large variety oi other fine domestic and imported cigars in stock at from $2.00 to $3.50 per box. Greensburg Cigar Co. jHUncle Sam Banks took vio lently ill last Thursday morning, but is reported better at this writing. Dr. Hancock and Mr. Perry Cundiff left Wednesday morning for Lebanon, with the latters son, Horace, who was suffering with appendicitis. He was operated on Thursday morning by Dr. McChord. Dr. Hancock returned Thursday afternoon and reported Horace getting along nicely. Mr. Lawrence sold a nice bunch of shoats to Mr. Brack Cane Valley. " t J. A. Diddle, of Adairville, was in our midst a day or so the "Joe," Cleveland Bay. first of the week. This celebrated Stallion will DEVELOPMENTS IN David Kinnaird and Gilford make the season of 1915 at my WAR SITUATION. Hamilton, of Nell, were in our barn, 4 miles south of Columbia miles west of Gadberry and midst last Friday. on Pettits Fork creek, and will Miss Nora Shirrell is spending serve mares at $7.00 to insure a The battle in the Carpathians a few days with her mother, in Hying colt. He has broven to be has developed into the most im- the Cane Valley community, this a good breeder. portant phase of the land fight- week. Joe is a dark bay, 16 hands ing now in progress on either Mr. U. N. Whitlock, of Bliss, high, heavy built, good style, has front. Reports from Berlin and was in our midst last Friday the best of eyes, feet and legs and in f act a perfect model in Petrograd are incomplete and looking after lambs. every respect. He is the best thus far there are no definite inMessrs. Rodgers, Rose & Co., and quietest work horse I ever dications which side is gaining a fine driver for wom our mill men, bought last week, saw, and en with perfect safety, so he .the upper hand in the encounter, from Smith & Conover, of Colum- needs no further introduction. .5which may decide the mastery of bia, ten thousand pounds of flour. Money due when colt is foald-ethe Carpathian passes, the gateare all solid for cakes. We All care will be taken to ways to Hungary. prevent accidents but not responEstimates of the number of Mr. Alfred Parson is erecting sible should they occur. town and Russians freed by the fall of a business house in our Joe was sired,'r by Cleveland Przemysl run as high as 180,000, in the near future he will have Bay and his lst.dam was a LexgoodB. ington. ,. Call and sese my,horse and it is expected that this force. a stock of Mr. Amo3,Kelbier!sTiew.dwell- - if interested or. phoneme. will now be sent to the foothills of the Carpathians in Western ingisnearing completion. The - Miss Clarice Stotts closed a very successful school at this place last Friday. Every one d. was pleased with her teaching She is a fine girl and will be greatly missed from the young folks circle. Mr. T. A. Firkin was in Louisville last week buying his spring line of goods. .Mrs. Mayme Page, who has been quite sick for several days doesn't improve fast. Mrs. Martha Bumgarner and Massie for $105. Mrs. Mattie Vaughan visited the Miss Lizzie Meyrs, of Corbin, formers daughters, Mrs. Maud was visiting Mrs. Ed Hancock Newton and Mrs. Claud Railey, several days of last week. at Spurlington last week. Mary Tupman visited Miss.Rena Hancock last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kelly and little daugnter, Alena, were visiting at Mr. Josh Butler's last Sunday. MisB A j After March 25, 1915, 1 will stand at the Fair Grounds, my fine Jack Murphy, the same Jack I had last year, at $8.00 to insure a living colt, I will also stand Judas, the Purcheron Stallion at 810.00 to insure a living colt. All care will be taken to prevent accident, but will not be responsible shouleany occur. Geo. Coffey. Tmipm$w& pw, wft Personals. FROM REMOTEST PARTS OF WORLD m j7lvf 1 t Burdette, of Marion counhere last week, Mr. R. L. Marshall was here a few days ago, supplying the trade with oil Mr. J. L. Gatten, Lebanon, was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. Henry Towery, of Princeton, was in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. W. wife, of Somerset, are here for a couple of weeks. Mrs. It. Y. JEindman, who has been very sick, is said to be some better. Mr. Sam ty," was . , Always a Bargain at i ?" Famous Medicine, Tanlac, Draws Ingredients From Distant Points Louisville, March, 31, L. T. Cooper, the man who electrified the larger cities with his philanthropy, health the oriesand medicine, is now meeting hundreds daily in Louisville and explaining the nature of his celebrated preparation, Tanlac. To a group of friends at The where he is stopping, Mr. Cooper stated that the medicinal elements or properties, which go to make up his medicine, Tanlac, came from many remote sections of the globe. The Alps, Apenlues, Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Jamaica, Brazil, West Indies, Mountain States near the Rocky mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, India, Rus sia, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Colombia and Peru were among the points he mentioned as furnishing the ingredients for the premier prepSeel-bac- Casey A , 1 Jones' Store Mattings and Linoleums. Cut prices on all kinds of Heavy Shoes. Just received a new supply of Straw! . Hats at our usual low prices from 10c. to $1.50. See our Ladies Tailored Hats. I big line of Rugs, Druggets, Runners, Judge T. A. Murrell was here, from Lebanon, the latter part of last week. Mrs J. O, Kussell attended the funeral of Mrs. Amanda Nell, Frankfort. Judge H. C. Baker and daughter, Miss Sallie, are visiting in Monticello. Mrs. Geo. W. Lowe, who has been in delicate health for several weeks, is h, $12.50 Brussel Druggets 9x 2 $9.85 " 9x12" 10.00 8.75 6.00 Art Fibered Druggets 9x12 $4.49 to $4.98 "" recuperating.. Mr. W. B, Lyon and a Mr. Caulk, of Campbellsville, were here a few days ago. 3.98 5.00 Art Squrres 9x12 One piece extra quality Linoleum 6 ft wide, special price 37Jc per square yard or 75 c per running yard. 00 small Rugs, assorted sizes, 1 Dress Goods. Just received nice line of Dress Goods. Ginghams, Linens. Suitings Per-cal-s, Dimities, Swiss, also a lot of Curtain Scrims, Lacies Embroideries etc Portierre Curtains, we guarantee to save you from $1 to $1,50 per pair on Portierres. 'Mr. L. H. Cabell, Miami, Green county, was in Columbia a few days from 25c to $3.30 85c- - 50 Umbrellas, Bargains at 40c and since. Mr. Jesse Oliver, Marion, Ky., and Mr W. M, Lowery, Wilmore, Ky., aration. .county, is confined at his, heme most .. of the time. He is now 82 years old. ,Mr. Cooper.-havinmade an extensive study-o- f catarrhal affections, was C.Mrs. A. H. Ballard and Mrs. N. B. upon that Miller spent last week with Mrs. Bal- asked to express ,himself subject. He said: , , lard's mother, Mrs'. Sarah 'A. Miller, stomach, 'liv"Most of the Crocus. er and kidney troubles are due almost Mrs. Martha J. Dunbar, widow of entirely to a catarrhal inflammation the late W. P. Dunbar, who lives on of those organs. The constant coughGreen river, has been in a very criti- ing up of mucus, dull, throbbing headcal condition for-- several weeks.aches, pains in the pit of stomach, Miss Annie Dixon will arrive in Co- and the persistent susceptibility to lumbia this week, for a month's visit coughs and colds, are common sympto her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Butler and toms from which so many suffer. "Tanlac, the preparation I am inother relatives. troducing to combat this condition, Mr. J. A. Diddle was here from Lo- preserves your health, gives you regan county, last Saturday. He stated newed energy, brightens your spirits, that he had not found a place better lengthens your life and is an unmis-- barks and flowers or the medicine in were in Columbia last Thursday. its rough, is assemble under the perMr. and Mrs. J. D. Sharp, of Aman-davill- sonal direction of a German chemist were shopping in Columbia of note and skillfully made' to obtain of the highjstate of efficiency that is last week. shown by the uniform preparation, Mrs. A. I. Hurt, who has been on Tanlac. .a an extended visit to Indiana, has re. In sterilized bottles, made expressly ' turned home. for th.e purpose, Tanlac is placed, laRufus E. Bailey, who some, beled, ipspectedvand then shipped out ".Mr. .years ago was an active man of this ,over the world where the demand e, g -- A- In his principal laboratory, the roots Porch Furniture. Settees, Swings, Straight chairs and ers at bargain prices. rock- Sporting Goods. Base Balls, Mits and Gloves at about off of regular price. d 100 pairs of Tennis Slippers for men, Women and boys special price 50c. .Large and complete line of Table and , Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Razor Hones and Lather brushes. We guarantee to save you from rd to one-thirone-thione-hal- f. A Few Specials. 14 qt. Enameled Dish Pans 35c 8 inch Drawing Knife 35c Good Hammers 5c 6c 300 10 arid 15c ax handles 100 Hand Shaved XXX quality Ax " , Handles lie t 50 both, round and square spades, 3 ball-bearing cornered 35 and 40c-- ' Clothing. 1 " d - 00 pairs men's odd pants, 50 Boys and Children suits, at money saving prices. 25 pairs of men's Kahki Pants, made full peg, Tunnel Belt Loops, Cuff Bottom," made up like a $5.0,0 pant good material at 69c. 25 mens suits, Lawn Mowers, worth $2.45 $4.50 to $5 at " Pins 2 papers for 5c 5c Pearl Buttons for Brass Shoe Naila 3 papers for 5c Save $2.50 per set on Buggy Harness and buy them here. All kinds of Door Hinges at half price, If you have not already tried CASEY JONES than Adair. Mr. takable, unfailing comfort to the J. A. Mitchell and daughter, thousands who suffer from catarrh and Miss Bessie, who visited relatives and its distressing consequences." friends here last week, have returned Tanlac can now be bought in home. Page & Taylor's drug store, Ad. Mis. Nannie Flowers, who has been exclusive agent. in Louisville and Winchester for the past month, returned home last ThursAdditional Locals. day. STORE for Bargains, it will pay you to do so J. C. Miller, of Crocus, has just returned from South Carolina. ,He For -Sale. reports business extremely dull in that section of the country. 2?ice twostojyfjouse and lot, on Mrs. Bryant Long, of Rowena, vis- Merchant street. J. L. McLean. ited her sister, Mrs. John McFarland, 21-last week. She was accompanied by her nephew, Mr. Silas Long. Sanders poultry Iiouse is now open. Top price for airkinds of poultry and Rev, L. B. Stivers, Missionary of 21-the Sunday School Union was here a eggs. few days of this week making acMr. Hicks, the piano tuner, is here. quaintances in the various Sunday 21-Leave orders at this office. Schools of the town. Mr. 2t 2t 2t J. R. Tupman and Mr. Roy Reynolds, two young men of the county, left here the middle of last week for Illinois where they expect to remain until about next Christmas. Attorney General Jas. Garnett will arrive from Frankfort this (Wednesday) afternoon, and Thursday Judge W. W. Jones and General Garnett will make a business trip to JamesMr. Rasner is visiting her son, Dalton, who is in Louisville, and who got hurt accidentally a few days Mrs. T. G. ago. pair of seven year old mules hands high, new 3 inch Weber wagon and harness for sale by O. C. Collins, Columbia, Ky. A good 15J 21-- 2t town. Misses Mollie Caldwell and Sue King spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. E. P. Harris, of Catlettsburg, who is visiting at her old home near The grippe still holds to the people in this corner. Mrs, Dock Barnes, old aunt Mary Ann Kerns and old aunt Sallie Ann Blakey are among the sick ones, The most of the wheat and oats look bad. Jim Oaks has 7 ewes that have 12 lambs. Lawrence Hadley, my grand son, started back to the army last Sunday, for 2 more years. He belongs to the coast artillery at Fort Terry, N. Y. There are COO of them on the island. He says to look at their forts and big guns, you would think they could whip the world. BB 1 jj S works H ANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISlike magic in renewing, worn stair etc. No treads, soiled window-sillexperience is needed. Just get a can H s, of and set to work. The results will delight you. It's the unmatched finish for floors, etc. Will not fade. hu5rtFinish Hannas Nat Brown. Frank Pierce has moved to the Paul Wolford place, lately bought Uat Brown will make tjie present by Nannie Dunbar. season at my barn three miles South Milltown. Grover Aaron and wife, Eva of Columbia. Fee $10 to insure a livMr. W. E. Morgan and Miss Bernice ing colt. I will stand my Jack, Mil- Ray and Eula May Oaks, Annie Elliott, of Amandaville, visited the ler, at the same place, at $7 to insure Vaughan, Olga Lawless and C. Lihdsey-Wilso- n last Friday, the for- a living colt. J. Press Miller. mer having a daughter'in school, the f C. Holt and daughter liave gone 21-t- latter a sister. - to Burnsideon a boat for a pleasMrs. T. J. Lawhorn, Burkesville, ure trip. RowesX Roads. who has been with her daughter, Mrs. B. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, forthe This is March 20. We have a past six weeks, was in Columbia Friday morning, en route to her home, News in this corner is hard to big snow on the grund and it is Mrs. Gilpin being in a fair way to re- just pouring down. find that is good. cover from a long spell of sickness. Ancle Coffey, Finis Keley and Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court ot A Food and Nerve Tonic Appeals, is spending two weeks with Luther Bradshaw are all fixing is frequently, required by old age. , We his family here, the Court having ad- for big log rollings in a few days. always recommend journed until the 12th of April. He fe "HA OliveOil reports that the winter session workOliver Hadley has gone to CoB9XCAM Emulsion ed the Court hard,' and that the spring lumbia ,' mcoMbwmm Htivovhoivhittt. after flour for docket is larger than ever before anidjcombiytnforthiapurpoee. t'j Needmore No. 2. t known. Puti Drug C. v5isuE-s5- i: inmmiHHifniiiiiiJMmffrHiDiQmimmBi OOlU Dy lWWHaHHHHWWIWr Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky. v 5 to-da- y, ReadOut Liberal Paper Offers THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS teSPEAKER CLAUDE B. TERRELL i IS SEEKING NOMINATION BY DEMOCRATS FOR TREASURER Trimble County Man Submits Candidacy to Voters in Primary of August 7, Upon Record of His Public Services in General Assembly. Maxwfell 1915 oc ?l &w cf -. ML?. HAS TWICE PRESIDED OVER HOUSE 0 17Czt)Featut sAk ? & , 2- &Z2ki. 0 z 9 assa tf gear transmission, left hand drive center control, anti skid tires on rear and The 'Wonder Car." 'he snsation of the auto mobile world. The biecest automobile value ever offered under $1000, werf ul, fast, silent and one of the easiest riding and most economical cars in the world. family A solenoid, fully equipped real automobile. With Sims high tension magneto, sliding call JI CLAUDE B. TERRELL. BEDFORD, KY March 23. The Mr. Honorable Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble County, today announced himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Treasurer in the State primary of August 7, next. He will make an active campaign for the nomination. Mr. Terrell is one of the best known of the younger Democrats, who have been active in politics and public life during the last few years, and enjoys an acquaintance that covers every section of Kentucky. He is a farmer, merchant and banker in his home town. He has served the Trimble and Oldham District in the General Assembly of Kentucky on three occasions, twice without opposition, and serving at two sessions as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Mr. Terrell first entered State poli tics in the memorable legislative ses sion of 1900, when the Goebel contest was before that body. He was a member of the Rules Committee of the House, one of the most important positions at that time, and in the gubernatorial contest, following the assassination of Governor Goebel, he was a member of the Steering. Com mittee of the Democratic organization in the lower House. He was one of the five men of that body who kept its records intact during the days when W. S. Taylor prevented the General Assembly from meeting at the Capitol, and preserved those records so that they were later upheld in the courts of Kentucky. Mr. Terrell came back to the legislative session of 1912, and because of his former experience was easily elected Speaker of the House. He ras returned by his district to the session of 1914, Oldham County Democrats setting aside the custom of rotation in order1 that he might be thus signally honored, and he was to the Speakership without opposition in the House. As presiding officer of the lower House he had much to do with the enactment of Important legislation during the sessions of 1912 and 1914. A Specific Saturday, August 7, next, for the nomination for State Treasurer. I feel, that my experience in the past in a legislative capacity, as member and Speaker of the House of Repre sentatives, has brought me closely in touch with public affaks of Kentucky and the needs of the State. The Treasurer, besides the duties directly connected with his department, is a member of the State Sinking Fund Commission, which has general charge of the financial affairs of the State, and a member of the State Board of which Valuation and Assessment, fixes the franchise values of corporation's for purposes of taxation. I believe my public experience as a business man and legislator qualifies me for the 3uties which are to be performed on these two boards, as this experience has given me an intimate knowledge of public" affairs and acquainted me somewhat with the needs of the State. If chosen for this office, it is my purpose to give my entire time and attention to it, to the end that it be 'successfully conducted. I shall always retain my interest in the further development of the educational system of Kentucky, and my desire to see it become a perfect system is one of the reasons why I should like to be a member of the next State administration. "I respectfully solicit your support. "CLAUDE B. TERRELL." ' of years been a member of the Board of Trustees of the State University, Lexington, and has taken an active part in the conduct of the University, and shown much interest in all educational matters that came before the legislative sessions over which he presided. He bases his candidacy for State Treasurer on his experience generally as a business man, and because of his knowledge 'of the State's financial affairs through his service, in the General Assembly. He presents his candidacy briefly in the following card: "To the Democrats of Kentucky: "I will be a candidate before you in the Democratic State primary on Terrell has for quite a number The easiest car ki tho world io drive. The greatest all around hill body. climbing car in &e world. The car with a pure stream-lin- e tires &e High Priced High Priced Cars at 50 miles an hour $55 Holds the road With Electric ft lf Starter and Electric Lights extra im A IKSfl 'M&fr dLk wit sSSM te Buchanan Lyon Company ' Ds'CORPORiVTED Campbellsville, Kentucky. a Misses Elsie ai.d Otto Delk are on the sick list. V. Mr. W. S. Pickett returned from the loose leaf market at Greensburg, where he sold his tobacco for five twenty. Misses Bessie and Evelyn Keltner were' visiting Aunt Liz Kemp one day last week. On the way Miss Bessie got thrown Mr. G. D. Vance, our merchant, last week. Mr. John Vire and his mother visited at Mr. R. O. Keltner's Saturday arid Sunday. ' aretroubled rith heartburn; gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a If You from a mule, but was not ously hurt. seri- wife and King Pogers last week. little daughter visited Mr. Squire when you do you will find Chamber-Iain'-s Mr. C. W. Keltner sold his to- Kemp, last Sunday. Cough Remedy a great help in it. Try it. bacco to Uriah Keltner for $5 Mr. George Whitlock, the Cray-craf- t, per hundred pounds. JTor sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad drummer, was calling on Mr. Tom Finn and enabling-youtogetrido- Against Colds. Pyrus. "If there is such a thing as a speoi tic againts colds, it is to be found' in the sleeping porch or the open bed room. Mr. King Rodgers is still on Next to that comes the cold sponge the sick list. bath in the morning," says the Youth Mr. Tom Rodgers, of GarCompanion. Be as careful as you can county, was visiting at Mr. you will occasionally take cold and rard Mr. Clayton James' family left this community a few days ago, for Upton, Ky., where they will make teeir future home. f SSSSSSL Tablet v Rev. Joe Furkin passed this before and after each meal and.you vnll place Saturday, en route for Kel-le- y obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us,25c ville, to fill his appointment. Paull Drug Co. Mr. W. S. Pickett and daughter and Miss Dora Kemp visited gence that some other woman Mr. Squire Kemp, last Sunday. weighs less than she weighs as Aunt Lize is still in feeble health. a personal insult Mrs. Ben Coffey visited relatives near Bliss several days of last week. Messrs. Allen Rose and Tom Dyspepsia Tablets .Rodgers are on the loose leaf "Will Relieve Your Indigestion market at Greensburg, selling Pajill Drug Co. tobacco. $esaML Dyspepsia tedca&L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. DENTAL OETBCEJ There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking You Need a Tonic DUI wli The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. says: Has Helped Thousands. XEXXX ICt Special Notice ! Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. j 1 ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Emma Lou Judd by &c PUT. ) DENTIST f L. W. Bennett &c Dft. Annie Burton &c Dft. 1. By virtue of a Judgment and Order By Virtue of a Judgment and Order OVER PA.UXJL. DRUG CO. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render, Columbia, Ky. dered at the Jauuary term thereof. ed at the January term, thereof, 1915, 1915, in the above cause, I shall pro in the above cause, I shall proceed to OFFICE PBON1 ceed to offer for sale at the court offer for sale at the court-hous- e door RES PHONE 29. house door in Columbia, Ivy., to the in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidhighest bidder, at public auction, on der at public auction, on Monday, the Monday, the 5th day of April, 1915, at 5th day of April, 1915, at one o'clock, HENRY W. one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being p. m., or thereabout, (being Couuty County Court,) upon a credit of six Court,) upon a credit of six months, months, the following described prop- the following described property, DES'TIST erty, Two certain tracts of A certain tract of land situated land, situated in Adair county, Ky., in Adair Count, Ky., on "the waters Am permanently located in Co on the waters of Sulphur Fork, and of Russell Creek, and near the town Iumbia. . adjoining each other. The first tract of Columbia, containing 89 acres, contains 32f acres dnd known as the Judd farm, and ful- All Classes of Dental work done. Crow 40 acres ly described by meets and bounds in The second tract contains Bridge and Inlay work a Specially. more or less, but there is reserved out the Judgment and order of sale, of the last mentioned boundary, a which is a record in the office of the All Work Guaranteed" tract containing about 20 acres. Said Clerk of the Adait Circuit Court, in two tracts and the reservation are j Order Book jSo., 14, Page 335, to Office over G. W. Lowe's -fully described by meets and bounds which reference is made. in the Judgment and order or sale, The one Eleventh interest of the Shoe Store which is of record in the office of the plaintiff, Emma Lou Judd, in the, clerk of the Adair Circuit Court in Bond to be executed for the land orJ. B. Stokk J. H. Stone Order Book No , 14, Page 356 dered sold will remain a lien upon said For the purchase price, the pur- land, and bear interest at the rate of chaser, with approved surety or secu- G percent., per annum from date, un& rities, must execute Bond, bearing le- til she arrives at the age of 21 years, gal interest from the day of sale until or a guardian qualities for her as rex Attonev-At-Lapaid, and having the force and effect quired by law. of a Judgment. Bidders will be preFor the purchase price, the purS Will practice in pared to comply promptly with these chaser, with approved siirety or secuterms. rities, mjst execute Bond, bearing lethis and. adjoining counties. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. gal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect Jamstown, Kentucky : The man who has been to hell of a Judgment. Bidders will be preand back, nearly always wears a pared to comply promptly with these terms. sign to indicate it. Li. W. A. Coffey. Master Commissioner. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. James Bryant &cJ?lff. ) Dr. James Triplett DEPP, to-w-it: to-wi- t: Stone Stone, w H. JOflES Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick ears experience. Special attention Several from this place attend- given to Surgical and Dental had sick headache and dizzy spells. work. Chamberlain's Tablets were the only ed the sale of Mr. Ben Rubarts Office at residence near Graded School thing that gaveher permanent relief. at Pellyton last Saturday. building. Ad For sale by Paull Drug Co. PHONE NO. 7N McGaha. Proper Treatment for Biliousness. For a long time Miss TiUla Skelton, Churchville, N. Y., was bilious and Edith. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist 1 and satisfactory fence. this writing. x Mr. Joe Grimsley has returned Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c from Tennessee. " 18c " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " J. M. McGaha and wife were " 20c the guest of Mr. Chrisley Bur" 8 " 6 " " 32 " " " 18c ton last Sunday. " 8 " 9 " " 32 " " Mr. Sidney Burton has just re" 22c " 39 " " "9 6" turned from Louisville, where he '" "" 39 " " " 20c purchased a large stock of goods 9 9" He is expecting a large trade Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. when they arrive "Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods Mr. J. M. McGaha and C. D. nHcfnrf inn ffimrantpprl 'jig Gilpin are doing pretty good work .nuhiont kU vnnt nrv1ftc V V 4 OXIL I WW AW WA in the produce business. to Quality and Price. Mr. F. S. Gilpin and G. R. have been making a fine A full. Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill lot of tree sugur. or your money back." Wagons. 'Satisfaction, Farmers are progressing nice.Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- ly with their work. f-r- Miss Annie Campbell, who is in school at Roley, visited at home from Ftiday till Sunday. W. T. OTTLEY ATtORSKY-AT-tAW NOTE THE PRICE. Mr. Andrew Floyd is sick at Mr. Willie Evans is real sick at this writing. Mrs. S. S. Williams and daugh- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY' Will Practice in all'theJCourts 0.'fice:-- ln h t W T J V fc W& fc ft ft M ft. ft- De-ha- rt ing, both We at old prices. aheumatism Yields Quickly to SlOans You cau prevent an attack of Rheu- have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to asR Advance on Anything :Salt. Big Barfels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. Surveying Land Owners Attention. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON 'T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e matism from coming on, but your can Sloan's stop it almost immediately. Liniment gently applied to the sore joint or muscle penetrates in a few minutes to the inflamed spot that causes the pain. It soothes the hot, tender, swollen feeling, and in a very short time brings a relief that is almost unbelievable until you experience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of any Druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollens Joints, Lumbago. Sciatica Williams. and like ailments. Your mouey back Mr. George Cundiff, of if not satisfied, but it does give alspent last Saturday most instant relief. For sale by Paull with Mr. P. P. Wesley. Ad Drug Co. ter, Helen, are visiting relatives at Columbia this week. Mr. Allen Corneal, who has been visiting his relatives and friends for the past two months, left for his home in Iowa Tuesday. Mrs. Bettie Harmon is on the" sick list this week. Messrs. E. L. Grant and L. A. Neat were in Columbia last Tuesday on business. Misses Ruth and Beulah Wesley, of Casey Co., have been visiting in this community for several days. Mrs. G. W. Rubarts and daughter, Annie, were pleasant guest at Mr- - George Cundiffs last Sunday. Mr. J. 3. Breeding spent last week with Mr and Mrs. Owen Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sinclair of Pellyton, were visitors at Mrs. Nannie Corneal's Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Buford Knifiey is spending a feTr days with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs ,W E Dunn-vill- e, Rollin'.Hurt's.OHic Residence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13ZA DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms in Jeffries up stairs. BTd'g Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. AH kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia Prices right and attention to Horse Shoeing. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot PHONE NO.! 73 JEFF PARSON, Campbcllsville, Ky. When a man is elected to office is not because of his fitness, ' it his ability or his zeal in the cause of good works. It is because all of his friends got behind him and pushed hard. usually only need a food tonic them strong and healthy Delicate Children to make night ia fS "(STrff'' Special Poll-evi- l, U V u'v years Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am veil fixed to take care of stock. Mon e due when work ib done or stock removed from stables. LICATI8N-N- EA1 El IUGIES' tESIIENCE -- There are no exceptions to the A Sluggish Liver Needs Attention. Lefc your Liver got torpid and you rule that the duller the town the are in for a spell of misery. Every greater the number of bores. now and then body not only the best food tonic but 13 pleasant to take. Sold only by ua. Paull Drug Co. eonlainina Hmiovhosvhites gg Emulsion ri&ia &&jf4t SDnnl.vtta C.T X gets an attack rb& yosd rhd&l 1 experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or That is what a lot of people tell us. "I Don't Feel Good" Usually theirbowelsonlyneea cleansing. will do the trick and make you feel fine. We know this positively.' Take on tonight. Sold only by m. 10 cents. " Paull Drug Co. write T. C Faulkner, -- '. Columbia-- , K'. NIWMVILIE STtEET. Thousands of people keep their Liver active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach too. Stop the Dizziness, Constipation Biliousness and Indigestion. Clear thejblood. Only 25c. at Paull Drug Ad Co I Grove:n Kind 3 ii ae can unpwy Buy them from vonr Irvil ,. you. LOUISVILLE mad Main wnta os direct. SV-- v rJoof.T W1....V. 2nd Ky. V C..XL 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS mwwwmwmmwmmwwmMmwm wwmwmwwmwmmwkwmw&m. i'i '?"''' t i w . r.. 'tt . .:. u; v H'U? 4 GRADYVILLE , STOCK FARM NOBLE PEACOCK No. 6828, will make the season of 1915 at S10.00 to v insure a mare with foal. Noble Peacock has proven himself to be the best breeder in Southern Kentucky. His first colts were shown at the ,. Columbia Fair in 1913, and won the blue tie every time they entered the ring, defeating a number of colts by some of the most noted horses of ' Kentucky. Some of them by feex Monroe, of Springfield, Ky., a horse that standsfor $50.00, arid some by Bald Chief, that stands for 25.00. My plan is to Live and Let Live, and I have this to say to the men that owns a Stallion in Adair and adjoining counties, Russell, Casey, Taylor, Green, Metcalfe and Cumberland, that each o.wner of a Stallion in the above named counties, make a jack pot of the amount of the season that his horse is licensed for, and deposit same with the secretary of the Columbia Fair Association by the time the bell rings on the morning of the first day of the next Columbia Fair and let the get of the best lot of colts from sucklings to yearlings take the money. NOBLE PEACOCK not a better bred Stallion Hying than Noble His colts have the size and style and lots of air and dash that make them look like the fine Peacock mare that won the $500 Saddle Stake, at the Columbia Fair in 1913, when she defeated some of the most noted horses of Kentucky, by such sires as Rex Peavirie and Montgomery Chief, two stallions that stands at $75.00 each. Now if the Peacocks can defeat horses by such sires as these, and with such noted men as Sam McKin, of Lebanon, and Dock Dry, of Hustonville, Ky., judging, isn't that proof enough that there is none as good as the Peacock's. Read Noble's pedigree and you will see that there is none better bred than this grand young sire. There Peacock. is Lena Rivers 760, she by Cabbells Lexingtn 3234, he by Gists Black Hawk, he by Bloods Black Hawk, out of a mare by Tom Hal 3237. Lizzie Jordan was by Louis Jordan Th., she out of a mare by Waggener Th. Noble's fist dam Daisy Artist 1229 by Artist Jewell 882, he by 2nd Jewell 48, he by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. Nobls's 2nd dam by Artist 75, he by King William 67. Artists dam Lucy 50, by Brinker's Drennon 1600. Noble's 3rd dam by Councelor. 1 If you want the best colt you ever raised, bring your mares to Noble. Some of his colts sold last fall, at weaning time, for $100. Jessee Breeding was offered mare colt at three months old. $106 cash for a DESCRIPTION: t. peacock: Noble is 15 J hands high, dark bay, Looks very much NOBLE PEACOCK No. 6828, A. S. H. R. was . 48, he by Peacock sired by Jordan Peacock No. by Blue Jeans No. 3. Blue Jeans by Phillips' 498, he Black Horse, his dam Sallie W. Blue Jeans dam by Legrand, Dan Peters' Halcomb 324 . Jordan's dam 1 1 1 with star and snip, and white hind feet. like his sire, Jordan Peacock. Has a long goose neck and a beautiful head, with a pair of large brown eyes and the best of feet and legs. He has fine style and goes with head and tail up. He goes all five of the saddle gaites. lO GOOD JACKS - Jacks. have 0 Jacks and will stand just as many of them as will take to accommodate my customers. At the head of this fine herd of Jacks is Highway, a jack that has made a great reputation as a breeder. He is" 5 I 2 hands, with style, weight and bone black with white points, and is the best breeder I ever owned. Some of his colts sold last fall at weaning time for $100. I never heard of mules by any other jack selling for $100. Last fall, two years ago, his colts sold as high as $125 at weaning time, and I sold one pair, two years old, for $400. When you breed to this jack you get a colt. I have been in the breeding business for 37 years and this is the surest jack I have ever seen. I 1 1 -- by him for $1,000. Highway's dam by Gov. St. John, a 16 hand jack, he by Gov. Wood. Highway's 2d dam by Hubbies Brignalia, 16 hands and was sold for $1,500. Another jack I "will stand is Choice' 2d dam by Terry's Liberty, a 16 hand jack that sold for $1,200. Another jack is vfc' Kentucky Best, by Highway, 2 years old, 15 -2 Kentucky Choice a coming 4 year old, the greatest prospect I have ever seen. He is i 6 I 4 hands high, 9 feet and 8 inches from his mouth to the root of his tail. 72 inches around the girth, 42 inches from end of nose to tip of ear; 36 inches from tip to I p of ears; 16 inches around the knee , 22 inches around the arm; 21 inches around the hock, and 28 inches around stifle joint. You will say when you see him he is the best jack you have ever He is by Highway. seen. -- hands, black with white points, large, bone, extra length, the best head I ever saw. His dam by Gov. St. John, a 6 hand jack.' Another is 1 owned by G. Y. Thompson, Center Ky. This Jack showed a fine lot of colts last year and some of them were as good as I ever saw. C. C. Claycomb raised one of his mules that- was near 4 hands at weaning time. Now if you want mules that will bring the most 1 m money,- bring your mare3 to my stock. - Happy Jack. 3 years old, 5 hands, and the best moddle I ever saw, Black with white points, and by Highway. Another one is is 1 He stand as many jacks as take to do the business. I have been in the breeding business 37 years, and I do not keep anything but the veay best, I 'will .it-wi- ll and I know how to handle stock of this I kind." always have my stock well never had broke and under my control an accident in breeding. I will charge George Washington, 5 hands, extra heavy, two years old, lots of bone and body, and a good one from the hoof up. Another is 1 . PEDIGREE OF HIGHWAY. -2 Highway was sired by Highwool, a 15 hand jack that was owned by L. W. Preston, of Glasgow, and sold Ky. Choice is by Highway, first dam by a 6 hand jack that was owned by Sam Aken, 4 miles west of Greensburg, and sold by Jiim for $900. Kentucky 1 Jack O' Diamonds. This Jack is his sire Black Diamond, 4 years old, and has for a 16 hand jack. $10 00 for mare mules and $8 00 for horse mules. Money due when mares are traded or removed from the neighborhood. If mare loses colt by carelessness of the owner, he must pay the season. ,. t , Sp- '4 i' : i 7 "S' , - . W. . JL. GRAINY, it v.C - "U - Grady ville, Ky. Riissv ifj .! 3 RX mii&IRIRiRRSlRIRIRffXIRIRIR