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Death of a Good Woman. Delightfully Entertained. Mrs. col. McMillan lost, Bnt thc.Graceful Mannerjn Which He Graded and High Roll. School Honor WATCH WORTH . her late home, on Greensburg road, iour miles from Columbia, last Friday afternoon, between one and two o'clock. She was about sixty-thre- e years old, a consecrated Christian, and her death is deeply deplored, not only by her husband and children, but by all people in the neighborhood where Mrs. Mollie Hatcher, who was the Last Saturday wife of Mr. S her rod Hatcher, died at gave a dinner to Rollin Hurt FUfcLY Finest Time-Piec- $3,500 Kentucky she so long resided. The funeral services were held Saturday forenoon, many relatives and friends, who we're in the profoundest sympathy for the husband and all other surviving members of the family, being present. To the husband who has lost a faithful companion, the children who has been separated from a loving mother, The News extends its sympathy, suggesting that they lool; to God for comfort in thjs the trying hour of their lives Dr. Wright, of Williamsburg, who Kev. O P. Bush in a series of meetings, at the Baptist church, arrived Monday afternoon, and the meeting is now in full headway. The pastor of the .Church extends a cor-'diinvitation and it is hoped that every body will attend. Rev. Wright is a strong preacher, and no one will fail to enjoy his sermons. al -- ers and a few of his friends, he being at home. Those present were, R. M., Y. E., and L. B. Hurt and wife, If. M. Tutt, J. E. Murrell and C. S. Harris. The turkey, Belgium hare and the many dainty' dishes that tickle the palate and satisfy the appetite attested the culinary taste and powers not merely of Mrs. Hurt but also tier mother, Mrs. Anna Strange, whose directions never fall below the highest point of expectancy in service to others. It is not our purpose to exagerace, but plainly speaking, it was a dinner too good for royalt- yjust such as the best Americans are able to give to friends, and ample evidence was left that it was genuinely enjoyed. Mrs. Hurt and her mother are accomplished ladies and know how to make their guests enjoy such functions, not only in service at the table, but in social conversation as well. Before the party bade adieu, Mr. Ralph Hurt, her son, entertained with a few select pieces on the piano, both claslc-a- l and ragtime the melody striking deep into the noblest impulses of those present, and attested his skill and talent in music Behold how good and how pleasant for friends to meet on such occasions. Judge Hurt's broth- Surrendered the Kentucky Belle Bronght Down the House. V regret that we have not the space to give "A Kentucky Belle," Comic drama, pulled off Friday evening, the notice that is justly due it. It was one of the best entertainments ever given in Columbia by local talent and the actors and actresses should feel justly proud of their efforts. The Gym was filled to its capacity, and only words of appreciation could be heard when the curtain dropped. Between acts singing and dancing were We Grade Eleyen, Bex Holladay Edgar Diddle Mildred Walker. Grade Ten. Nannie Faulkner. Grade Nine. t Banks Hancock Henry Hancock Cary Feese. e in Result of Famous Medicine Louisville, Apr. 7tbi A very handsome watch js nowon exhibition in ',' , this city. The watch, which is the property of L.T. Cooper, the noted "TanlacMan," Latitia Paull. Grade Eight. Alonzo Summers . Gordon English. Grade Seven. Corinne Breeding Martha Grissom Mary Hughes Frances Beed Mary Wmfrey A saddle was stolen from my wheat house. The thief had better return it or he will be caught. ' J. B Burton. Bee Hive Shoe Store April 6, At the lasting until Saturday, April 10, inclusive. For the four days we are going Wanted. A man who can earn to sell our shoes and slippers at cost. 3100 per month and expenses retailing Come and see us, price our goods beour "Products to farmers. Must have G. W. Lowe. fore buying. some means for starting expenses. Address W. T. JEtawJeigtvCo., B Barbee lost a $200 dapple gray J. Freeport, 111. ' horse last week. Special Sale of Slippers. m&wffl$m8& mmmmmm& For the season of 1915 I will offer for public service introduced. Little Davis Wi'son, seven years old. danced a clog to perfection, and thesinging of Mrs. Kay Montgomery, Mrs. George Hancock, Misses Madge Bosenfield, Yic Hughes, Cary Bosenfield, Minnie Ingram, Mary D. Patterson, Julia Miller, was inspiring. Henry Hancock and Miss Mabel Hindman, black faces, were in 'their best, keeping the audience in an uproar. The acting of Misses Nettie Clark, Mabel Atkins, Edna Lewis, Mary Triplett, Messrs. Horace Walker, Smith Gill, Leon Lewis, Mrs ' John Sandusky, Mrs. Jo Bosenfield, wonld have done credit to actors who. have long been before the foot lights. Four telephone linemen, Lee Grissom, Jo JSd Flowers, Rollin Cundiff and Anderson Murrell delighted the audi ence with two melodious songs. Mr. Ed Diddle and Mr. Edgar R,eed were the tennis players. Mrs. E. B. Barger was at the organ and credibjs due Mrs. Jo Russell for drilling the troupe. The play was given for the benefit of Columbia Eastern Star Guapter. Kinnaird Rowe George Herriford Beckham J eff ries. Grade Six. Stewart Huffaker Claud Young Bessie Helm Estelle Denney Lillian Logan Nellie Simms Katie Taylor Eva Walker. Grade Five. . Robert Gill Robert Neat Mell Sinclair Anna Dean Vergie Pendleton Virginia Smith Mary Summers Bertha Yates Nora Yates. Grade Four. Rachel Coffey Anna Moss Collins Carrie Grissom Marie Ingram Marshall Paull 'Mabel Rosenbaum Herbert Collins Wanted. Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. R: At $25.00 to insure Living Colt DESCRIPTTON:-Ball a' ' . Salesman at once. Apply to E. L. Sinclair & Co.. Columbia, Ky. CASH James Frankum Foster Pickett. Grade Three. Floyce Neat Ailene Nell Frances Bussell Nelle Smith t"" , ." Willa'rd :Bfowning ' .George .Young . J.xFrank Walker. IGradeTwo. r, Cecil Mae Kearnes Majorie Kelsey Frances Browning. Grade One. Mae Menzies Anna Alma Walls Lina Loy Davis Wilson Joe Russell Jr. Williams Kearnes Alva Feese ? --- " PRICES. in color IX a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind nastern Whil '6 years old, IS hand high, has fine head and beautiful Ions slender tapering. Chie. All Calicoes 9-- ... ears, has an extremely long: thin. bladyneck, that -- come3 out, "Hope" Bleached Cotton 4 9-- I 4c 7c of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beatiful head in which are 'set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. HeTias a high well set natural tail, which he carried St all times to suitthe.most fastidious. He has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and ' less. He is nicely jbroken'and gaited, and goes all the traits in ' ' a most attractive manrfer. -- BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361. by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900. by Red Squirrel S3. 2nd dam Juella C,'Jy Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th dam 3y Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of high-clas- s and is in every way worthy of your careful consideration. Peppe'rell Bleached Sheeting 22c 20c ", Pepperell Unbleached 5c Hoosier Unbleached Cotton K Apron Check Gingham, (Fast Colors) 5c Amoskeg Dress Ginghams 9c 9c Cotton Batting Heavy Railroad Shirtings 8Jc 15 lbs Granulated sugar 1.00 lie Pilgrim Fresh Roasted Coffee " 18c Monarch Russell & Co. 4 w maybe a little more. Forty-seveflawless-cu- t diamonds are imbedded in its gold case, not to mention its equipment of pigeon-bloo- d ruby jewels. This beautiful timepiece is exquisitely embellished with ornamentation of foreign workmanship and contains the finest Swiss movements. It is really worth seeing. According to Mr. Cooper, the watch came into his possession through the merits of Tanlac. It happened, so he says, about this way: In one of the large cities visited by Mr. Cooper some time ago, the young son of a wealthy jeweler suffered-froa complaint which had baffled physicians of the city and Eastern special ists. The boy was anaemic listless and not at alltplayful and as lively as the other little fellows of his own age. The parent said that the child's appetite was'irregular, at time ravenous and that he Was extremely nervous and complained of a twitching sensation most ot the time. Itching of the nose and dizziness were other symptoms enumerated by-- the jeweler. 'He asked me," said Mr. Cooper, "if I thought Tanlac would help his child. In reply, I stated that he could test the medicine on its own merits. The result ws that he bought Tanlac for his son. "Thinking nothing particularly of the incident. I was a little surprised a few month later to receive a letter from the jeweler, stating that Tanlac had relieved his son, who was now rosy and running about like the rest of the boys and asking me if I would accept a 'small token of his appreciation.' I answered his letter, telling him that while I would appreciate his gift, the fact that Tanlac had accomplished the right results in his chtld.s case was sufficiently gratifying tome. Shortly afterward, ' this beautiful watch came. You can imagine my surprise. To me this gift' is invaluable--, because it bears a double meaning," The famous medicine, Tanlac, can now be bought in Columbia at Page Ad. & Taylor's drug store. is valued n - at 83,500, Td b-- J" , Mr W. E. EGGS FOR HATCHING. Nathaniel Tutt. If the ladies want the swellest hats ever.on exhibition in Columbia, call this week at Eubank & Summers' par- l.lors Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Xexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authalia Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232. by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8L By Red Bird G. 1956. 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. He has 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, wlio show and sale horses as has perhaps sired as many high-claany 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 and 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 A. S. Chewning, Columa, Ky.' i the 22nd, Holland Thur-maseventeen years old, a young man who lived in the Breeding settlement, this county, closed his eyes in death. He was popular in the neighColumbia, Ky., borhood, and his funeral was largely Inspector's Report. attended. He made a profession of ' Died in Oklahoma. his faith in Christ several weeks before his death, leaving evidences that The following signed statement he was ready for the Master's call. speaks for itself and is a compliment Mrs. Sarah Flowers, a native of Adair County, the widow of the late Much sympathy is felt for those mem- to Adair's county officers: ,4Columbia, Ky., April 1, 1915. James lenry Flowers, died at Gran- bers of the family who survive him. Oklahoma, Sunday, April 5. She This is to certify that I. have just ite, was a sister of Mesdames Lucy Follis Eubank is in the milli- completed my'examination of the CirMiss Julia and Sue Grissom, of this place. The nery market this week, selecting the cuit Court Clerk's office and County styles Court Clerk's office. Sherriff and end came at the home of her daught- latest designs in er, Mrs. Carrie Nunnally. Her children, for Eubank & Summers. The hand- Trustee of the Jury Fund, and County and step children were at the somest and most attractive hats will Judge, and find that the offices are as bedside when death came. Besides h on exhibition the last of this week, well keDt as any in the State that I have examined. the relatives above mentioned, she 1 : "G. W. Castle. leaves a number of nephews and nieces Cundiff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Inspector and (Assistant State in Adair county. The deceased was a P. Y. Cundiff, who was operated on " ladyof excellent Christian character. for appendecitis in Elizabe th Infirmary, Lebanon, two weeks ago, id get :a The attendance'at Sunday School at ting along nicely and will reach home Sff r Sale PareJfeted Barred the,.'various churches in Columbia for in a few days. setting. April 4, was as follows: Methodist On account of advertising matter Pipe and Pope Strain. j 137, Christian 122, Baptist.97, Presby- W. D. Mirrak, Elkhtfn, Ky. we can nob publish long obituaries. .xocaraiw. On March n, mid-somm- a limited number of White Wyandotte eggs for sale. My hens are from a Tenn. strair), by a rooster from the famous Shoemaker pens. The rooster I now have is from the celebrated "Duston" strain, bred to lay. Prices $1. for 15. Parcel Post W. E. Harris 15 cts. extra. I have Died. been a partner in the grocery business, this place, for the past two years, sold his one-ha- lf intererst a few days ago to Mr. ArvestHill, of Grady ville, and the inventory will be taken the 20th of this month. Mr. McCandless is a good groceryman and commanded a liberal trade, and his friends are sorry that he will sever his connection with the store. He commends Mr. Hill, who is to be his successor to the trade, and speaks in glowing terms of Mr. Nell, their partnership having been perfectly satisfactory, and he predicts that the new firm will receive the same liberal patronage as has the old. Mr. McCandless' only reason for selling is, that 'he is going to embark in another class of McCandless, who ha3 of Mr. Geo. H. Nell, . c - c- $' M tenant?, hr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Constitutional its fair casn value, or that made a Proposed Amendment. property, or if any county or town should try to do the same it would be Editor Hews: contrary to the constitution and void, In a recent issue of the Louisville so that unless the conscitution is viCourier Journal, on the editorial page, olated there can be no legal inequality (though it does not purport to be an in taxation, so that if under the editorial) which is not signed by anv present constitution any person esone, there is a full column setting capes his just aud equal proportion of 'forth the woes of au imaginary tax- taxation, it is not on account of any payer of Kentucky. The' word pic- fault of the constitution, but because ture represents a man as having died he is a violator of the law just like the owning considerable estate equally di- fellow that violates any other law. vided on the one hand; lands, horses, What honest objection can there be to cattle and other tangible personal every man or woman, rich or poor, property. On the other hand, stocks, bearing their just proportion of the bonds and other intangible personal taxes; be they high or low, for State, .oroperty. Having two children, one county or town purposes.-- ' In other & son and the other a daughter, they words what objection can there be Vfhe of Clark, which is in the blue grass region, although bordering on the mountains. In these seven counties 3,974 were then examined and five hundred of them or 12 per cent., were found to be suffering from trachoma. I suppose that many of the Adair county teachers take and read the Adair Age has Its attractions no less than properties that strengthen the stomach, quieter life. more serene bowels, is Dr. County Kews and I hope to induce all youth in athis very life and rest without liver andwhich thousands Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, of Hut it is of elderly peobrings with it ple use, to the exclusion of all other of them to do so, because it is for Mifllcient exercise that from in- emedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. hose their benefit largely that these letters activity.disorders ofthat arise a chronic, Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Isewbern. Tenn., Chief these are and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks. Paris. Ky., persistent constipation. investiare being written. The last Most elderly people are troubled in say they take it at regular interincluded 23 counties, all this way, with accompanying symptoms vals and in that way not only maingation has good tain after but three of which are in the moun- of belching, drowsiness lassitude. eating, have general years health, but that they Frenot in headaches and general felt as good as they You will do well to tain or Eastern part of the State. A quently there is difficulty of digesting do now. bottle of in the house. always light food. Much mental trouble have a it It is , detailed survey was made in all these een as it is hard to find a suitable good for all the family. remedy. First of all the advice may be Anyone wishing to make sections, each one being visited for pien of this that. elderly people should'not use remedy before buying it a trial the pills the purpose of locating the most heav- st.lts, cathartic more or powders, waters way of a druggist at fiftyin cents regular or one or any of violent purgatives. ily infected portions. While the dis What they the women as well as men. dollar a large bottle (family size) can need, have a sample bottle sent to the home one that is ease has been found widely scattered, Is a mild laxative tonic, acts without free of charge by simply addressing Dr. pleasant to take and yet 405 "Washington St., .are represented as being allowed to honestly urged to equality among all it is not evenly distributed, but exists griping. remedy that fills all these re- W. B. Caldwell,Tour name and address Monticello, 111. The make choice of the kind of pioperty t he people on the question of bearing in nests so to speak, and some sections quirements, and has in addition tosic on a postal card will do. they will take. The sou is represent the burdens of our public dffaits be are comparatively free from it. A to- tal of 18,016 persons were examined, ed as choosing lands, horses cattle they great or small? and other tangible property, and the JSbw let us consider the vital points and 1,280 or practically 7 per cent., Pellvton. daughter being the wiser of the two in the proposed amendment. Here it were tound to be suffering from tra- as having chosen bonds, stocks and is "The General Assembly shall coma. Of these examined, 16,G9G were other intangible property. At this have power to divide property into school children, and 1,324 were persons Mr. B. F. Rubarts and family I will drill wells in Adair and point the daughter drops out of the classes, and determine what class or examined outside of the schools Onto ly a small number of negroes were ex- left for Knox Indiana last Monallegory, but the son is represented as classes of pioperty shall be subject adjoining counties. See jne be being constantly pursued, harrassed local taxation. Bonds of the State amined, since there are very few in day. The census of 1910 oppressed with burdensome taxes, and of counties, municipalities, tax- the mountains and Latest imMr. Ben Allen, of Casey coun- fore contracting. until in dispair and anguish, he pro- ing and school districts shall not be gives only 13,000 blacks in a population of 561 8G1 in the 35 mountain ty, was in this locality Thursday claims that "He will vote for the tax subject to taxation." proved machinery of all kinds. Why classify property, and why, counties. We found very few blacks .amendment. " The inference evidently intended to be drawn from this ar- should the Legislature be permitted infected, and like hook worm, the and Friday buying cattle ancH Pump Repairing Done, Give ticle is that the sister was all right, to say that one slass should be subject blacks seem to be practically immune sheep. . and was not being taxed because there to local taxation and another not, un- from it. The type of the disease in Mr. Jarces Taylor, of this place me a Call. was no law to tax her, or that she was less there is to be some inequality? this section is very severe and its muin some way able to escape taxation, If some class of property should be ex- tilating effects are. seen everywhere made a business trip to West Va. xmd the brother by reason of the in- empted fronf local taxation, what class In order to fully appreciate the sufferRev. J. N. Johnson, of West equality of the present laws on the of property is to be exempted and ing among the victims of this disease, YATES subject of taxation is being greatly why should one class be exempted in one would have to actually see these Virginia, has lately moved to oppressed, and he would vote for the prefer to arrother? All taxes are cases in Kentucky. The disease un this place. tax amendment. But why does not local except State taxes County tax- treated remains more or less throughMr. Joe Rubarts, of Phil Casthe gentlemen that produces this es, town taxes, school, county and out the lifetime of the individual, a .horrible picture pursue the subject to district taxes are all local. When the constant bodily discomfort to himself, ey county, has moved near this A Splendid the point of telling the public what local taxes are added tip, they are al- damages his eyesight, and constitutes Clubbing Bargain tax amendment he refers to, and fur- ways much more than the State taxes. him a meuace to his neighbor. Tra- place. explain how and why the amend- Yet these taxes have to be paid. choma is a .very contagious disease, ther We Offer e, Mr. 0. P. Lemmon, of ment referred to will relieve the poor, Who is going to pay them, and whose and it used to be generally believed he Adair Counly News is over here preparing unfortunate brother? This article property or what class of property is that it could be transmitted by simwould not have been written or pub- going to be exempt from their pay- ply looking atone wich sore eyes, but to erect his new residence. and lished except that it might be read ment under the proposed amendment. I think this is a mistake. It can be Rev. C. C. Baker, of Dunn-vill- e, The Cincinnati and considered by the people. Why If any is exempted, which is the ev- caught however, by using the same 3top by picturing the unfortunate ident intention of the promoters of washpan, the same towel, and the ,t preached here last Sunday a wppkiv .man's woes, and ending with sub- this amendmeut, then the burden will same dishes at the same table, and uslime climax that he "'Would vote for necessarily be increased on those who ing the same dipper for drinking pur- and Sunday night. Both One che tax amendment." This unfort- are not exempted, for the expenses poses It can be contracted in many Mr. John Brcckman and wife unate man needs light on the subject, must be paid in some way. and by ways, and the wonder to me is, that in Year .for he must be in dire distress. He is some body. Xow my idea is that this these mountain counties all are per- were visiting Mrs. Brockman.s For Only .entitled to know and should know is a question in wnicn an t'ie people in mitted to attend school together. grandmother, near Jones Chapel. Subscription may be what the amendment is, that is to re-- . the State are vitally interested. It is The census of 1910 shows that the pop Mrs. Page, of Romine Taylor new or renewal a public xuestion and a very import- ulation of these 20 counties is 300,000, lieve him from his great burdens. If is a Constitutional amendment that ant one. Any man that thinks this and the general average of tracoma countv, is visiting her daughter, it What the Weekiy Enquirer is is being proposed, why does the writer amendment should be adopted, should found among the people examined was Mrs. Joe Coffey. not say so? Let the poor fellow look urge its adoption either through the 8 per cent. If the same rate of prevIt is issued every Thursday, subscription price 51.00 per year, an d it is one of anto the present provisions on that papers or by speeches, but he should alence would exist among the rest of Mr. J. L. Campbell and wife, the best home metropolitan weeklie of tosubject and iee what they are. Why deal fairly with the people, and in- the population there would be 24,000 day. It has all the facilities of the great of Dunnville, visited near this .lotgive the text of the proposed stead of contenting himself with prat- cases of the disease iu 20 of the 33 DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninc the .amendment, and let the poor tax pay- - ing about the present burdens of tax- mountain counties. Estimating that place Sunday and Sunday night. world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries er decide for himself what he thinks ation tell the people how they are to the other 15 counties have 250,000 popa carries a great omount of valuable farm of it? It would not have taken over be relieved If by a constitutional ulation and the same amount of inCasey CreeK. matter, crisp editorirls and reliable of the column occupied by amendment show up the amendment spection, this would add 15,000 more market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every this article to have inserted the vital and explain wherein the relief is to trachoma cases, making a total of ome. farm or business man. part of the tax amendment that the come about by its adoption. If by this communicable disease in the The roads are in bad condition This crand offer is limited and we advise writer evidently desires the tax payer classification of property for taxation, mountain section alone. Teachoma you to take advantage by subcrib'ne for is also ..jported in the Western por- at this writing from recent rains. to vote for. Fact is that this article let him give his idea as to how it the above combination Irish t now. Call is evidently the forerunner of a earn should beclassied, and why, and what tion 0! he State, particularly in the Mr. Albert Bright, of Mans-vill- e or mail orders to .paign in favor of a constitutional property should be subject to local tax counties of Muhlenburg Butler and Taylor county, has moved The AdaipCounty News, . amendment proposed, in which as ation, and what property is to be ex- Andet on. An investigation made by Columbian Ky. of into our village and started a heretofore, the real purpose of the empt from local taxes and why, and the sei vice in the winter of 1913-1amendment and the amendment itself what he proposes to do with the prop- the school children of Jefferson county hotel and stable. is to be carefully with held from the erty that is not to be subject to local showed that S05 had trachoma, and it Mr. G. L. Wolford returned people and a lot of slush from time to taxation. Come out in the open, take would not be surprising therefore, to time to be published in all the papers hold of and discuss the proposition as find upon investigation, that the dis- from Martinsville Ind.. last Tues fsnscsssaK3Sszz5aS&!. uiwiUiwhHBB that will receive it for love or money, it is. and not try to represent it in al ease was present in practically every t trusting that as taxes are high the legories; as is done in the article first part of the State. In the hook worm day, where he had been to be campaign, conducted by Dr. Lock in treated for Rheumatism. people will be willing to vote for any herein referrtd to Adair county, he found one case of thing that promises a change The J. F. Montgomery. Yea Mr. J. Q. Alexander, travelpromoters of this tax amendment trachoma, but it was so mild that it would, and did escape my notice. But ing 'for the Carter Dry Goods scheme well know that if the people HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. the foregoing facts show a fearful conare led to know what the proposed dition of affairs in our State. A fear- Co., called on our merchants the amendment is, and the purpose of its fully contagious disease, iunning riot last of the week. promoters that it would be voted BY U. L TAYLOK. among our people, causing blindness down by a iarge majority. Mrs. D. C. Collins i3 on the and defective vision among tens of There are many sections in both the My subject for this week is Tracho- thousands of our citizens, with prac- . sick list this week. .present constitution and the proposed fashion-edsor- e tically nothing being done to relieve only two in ma, granulates eye lids, or old .amendment, but flhere are Mrs. E. E. Goode, who has eyes. The mountain counties the situation. When I start out to .the present constitution that contain 1 Tfea Tfifli 0 of Kentucky are infected by a disease visit the schools this coming summer, been confined to her bed, is no the vital principles of taxation and known as trachoma, and quite a num- I shall make it a point to exp.mipethe one in the proposed amentment. bdtter. Our preseut constitution after pro ber of cases were on exhibition at the eyes of every pupil present. Of course Health Olllcer's School lastSeptember the time allotted to me in' my visits viding that certain household guods, Mr. A. F. Scott will leave for FOR SALE: A7 ALL DRUGGISTS church property, charitable and ed- at Pineville, JCy. Many cases had would preclude the idea of making a Indiana in a few days to visit 9 p , ucational institutions, and crops beeu brought, there for the purpose of critical examination, but I will be showing the visiting doctors that the able to tell if the disease exists fo any his parents. .grown in the year of assessment shall mountain other ie exempt from taxation, has the fol- beside the counties havedisease.troubles great extent,. and I shall remove from The church at this place has hook worm It is the school every suspicious case, and lowing sections. a disease which was somewhat com- turn them over to their regular fam-l- y employed Bro. Bill May, of Dan"172 All property not exempt from mon in Adair county about the midphysician. ville, as pastor for the rest of taxation by this constitution shall be dle of the 19th century, when began I assessed for taxation at its fair cash -I J ,, . w "ffiSi the pracoice of medicine Among the Tolft Thai There Was No Cure for the year. value, estimated at the price it would cases which I saw at Pineville, were Him. A Sunday School Teachers j bring at a fair, voluntary sale" some totally blind, some blind in one "After suffering for over twenty training class has been organized Section 71. "Taxes shall be levied eye, and then all grades from the very and collected for public purposes only. slightest, to the most severe. There years with indigestion and having here .with '24 members. They shall be uniform upon all prop- - have been many commissions from the some of the best doctors here tell me - erty subject to taxation within the United States hospital . service at there was no cure for me, I think it . ....;. if Yen Arc Losing Weighs f. v i territorial limits of the authority Washington D. C , for the purpose of only right to tell you for the sake of HK. iKi,ysu...'titi..r. !:. j,. i ;.i.i sufferers as well as your own and your serves are in bad condit-j- n. .r . V Imw. t.lmt win 1. levying the tax, and a:l taxes shall be seeing to what alarming extent the other l'""".i p . vA. ; ! levied and collected by geurrai laws." people of Kentucky were afflicted with satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of we rc2oaid Olive O:'? Now under these provisions should this severe maladv. The orielnal sun Chamberlain's Tablets not only rethe Legislature undertake to pass ;uiyiVey in 1912, included the counties of lieved me but cured me within two Emulsion months although am a man of 65 -. i fill., .ii ..I a.i fiei.t..ji. containing Hypophosphitc a tax upon Knott, Leslie, Perry, Breathitt, Lee, yeais," writes Jul.I Grobien, Houston, . law that would place ritr- - l.irciunii:fi. EoUbv$G a food and nerve tonic prescription. t property of any kind no matter by Owsley ana uiaru, an 01 which are Texas. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Paull Drug C. whom owned, that was not based on mountain counties with the exception Ad The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People ens-ies- -- -- WELL DRILLER -- -- -- J. C Camp-bellsvill- ii r.namrer $1.35 i -- te one-eight- h of 4, . fed I-- Irs s Ionise f v film mmwmn Wflrfs ;!. I I -- .- j fevt; 48Sfir .- c- - , ?it9eM v S 'iSf . &J kj ;Vfk '- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Dr. W. R. Grissom. i - - .,--- . view ot our Plant . No blessing surbasses that of a true friend. The very fact that we enjoy the favor of a noble spirit is a stimulus whose effect on .our lives is always toj exalt character and to bring to ' fruitage that which is best in us. There is some encouragement in the fact that we have a disposition eyen to respond to wholesome influences. j m-- is also reassuring to us. to know that one who has made contribution to our, own lives while here does not cease in that It "Largest in Dixie" This is the "Thontihffl" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line ancl the aid of the most causing hard pulling, ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped wit?3 employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma--to 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-'vitlight draft a certainty. 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 hot- - the steel axles of the best refined steel-tor- n, riveted through and through mul- The sides of "Thornhill" beds arer tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the maker? The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and giver, hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. at all points. This is an exclusive Come in and see this wagon soIcS "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. ' kindly ministry after he has gone. Good men's lives are not buried with their bodies. The stream of influence flows stronger and is hallowed by death. The expectation that we will be welcomed by familiar friends when we come to that new country cheers the pilgrim here." Those were fortunate who could count W. R. Grissom as a friend. Life was made richer by his good fellowship, and the memory of such a friend is a constant inspiration, and the hope of resuming that happy association is a boon to quicken gratitude. He was a husband and father of unswerving devotion, as a physician he so wrought as to commend as to commend as almost sacred his noble profession, as a christian he commended the reliion of his Master by the life he lived. "Out of the heart are the issues of life," and the stream of his influence must have come from a fountain of singular purity. Propriety prevents my opening the door where only the faithful family physician is admitted, but in my own family "Dr. Griss" will always be a sacred household word. A. R. Kasey. V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated of master workmen Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog! Windows, out-ca- re. WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, iv-us- e l You never hear anybody calling Mr. George Hurt was visiting Mr. W. F. Squires one night last the home girl who helps her week. mother a "chicken," sis. Don't Mrs. Cora Barbee, of Colum- be a Mainstreet meanderer, if bia, was visiting her brother, you don't want to receive the Mr. Lawrence Pickett, last week. Mr. Count Stults, of Columbia appellation of bullet. We suppose sow uy The Thornhill WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURQ, KENTUCKY. ? was in this community last week transacting business. that eugenics law with the outside connected publican. world, as he is going to have a telephone put in his residence. Mr. Loren Bradley is a victim in Vermont will prohibit the Mr. Barlett Hood will soon be marriage of any girl to a Re- Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest: WMl- - w$& Otdg) EVERYTHING IN of lagrippe. We were very sorry to hear of the sad accident of Mr. Walter Sullivan getting hurt and hope he will soon recover and come home well. Mrs. John McFarland is quite sick at this writing. ii'idk l:3.:d:ic!ic, Liliousness, piles and bad breath are usually ccused by inacGet a box of Rexall tive bowels. Orderlies. Thcj' act gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. HOOFING AsphaltjGravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence-Ste- el TYLER RED LEAF. feeling which alwaj's rocs with be promptly relieved by taking will relieve your indigestion. Many people in this town have used thera and tve have yet to hear of a case where they have failed. We know the formula. Sold only by us 25c a bos. but that indigestion and the distressed ifc There Is No Question hkM, a can Dssssm Fancy trotter, will make the season of 1915 at C. H. Goode's barn at Roley, at $S.OO to insure 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. A.1I of these qualities are in a remarkable degree transmitted to his colts. Tyler Red Leaf sired by Sunshine, Springfield, Ky., and he by Red Leaf Ky., Harrodsburg, Extended pedigree will be given later. BLACK McQUEARY. 16 Eoat Mather Fence Posts DEilLER BROS. CO Incorporated 1 before and after each meal. 25c a box. Paul! Drug Co. 12-- 1 PsutI Drug Co. street Between First andjBrook Russeil Creek. Bro. Marvin Perryman filled Lexington Prince. Louisville, Ky. hi sregular appointment at this place last Sunday and delivered a fine sermon. Mr. Ga.rnett Durman was in Greensburg last week on busi- Cumberland River Rout Burnside & Burkesville Transportation Company ( Incorporated ) ness. t Mr. Rheu Squires was visit- Packet Steamers: Tow Boat: ing friends at Jerico last Sunday Mr. J. W. Cundiff attended a This celebrated Stallion will meeting at Asberry, near make the present season at the last Sunday. in Camp- Ro-min- , ROWENA and.CELINA. ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges. e, stable of Charley Browning and bellsville, and be permitted to family, of Bliss, were visiting at serve mares at the low sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. Scott Todd's last Sunday. All care will be taken to prevent Wheat is looking disheartening accidents, but not responsible in this community. should any occur. Mr. PEDIGEEE: Lexington Prince is a fine gaited saddle and harness horse, work mule to Wilbur Smith for sireu Dy xieu rriuue, ne uy uu jtsweu, $110.00. he by Jewell Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. First dam by Yan Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hutchison Moltke, 2nd dam thoroughbred mare were visiting the formers broth- tracing to old Lexington. He Is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel, snip in face er at this place. and two white stockings. Mr. W. F. Squires sold one Tor further information call on, ' Mr. Wilt E. Todd sold one Johr Leet, At the same barn and place this great jack will make the sear son at $8.00 to insure a living colt, Through Rates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through Black McQueary is a very large Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. bone black jack with white Uargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats for the protect pointg 15J handg high gired by tion of shippers. Gov McQueary one of the best SCHEDULE: Str. "Rowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. m. of each weelr jackg tnat wag ever jn Washing- for Gainsboro, Tenn. Returning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday 6 a. m. Leave Burnside Wednesday 3 p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn.. Reton county. Dam is a very large turning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a. m. Strs. '.'Celina" and "Aljennet sne sired by old Gov. Woods. Also a new boarding house and feed barn in Roley, can get meals at any time and. horses bany" subject to demands of traffic. - This schedule subject to change without notice. A. B. MASSEY, President G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. . These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught;, having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland' River, and the only boats having working arrangements with Railroads at Burnside. Traffic handled direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer. - Burnside, Kentucky. well cared for. work mule last week to Wilbur r I. G. Smith for $125. Campbellsville Hotel. Thomas. Albert Bright, Casey Creekj Ky.f Read Our Liberal Paper Offers i THE ADAIR COUNTY THE ) ADAIR COUKTY NW$ . - r . HEWS InfaWery creditable. raaoner or ir'&m- nearly lour years. He is not tubUshed Evtry. WMnesday personally acquainted in this BY THE part of the district, but he hopes Adair County News Company to meet many of the Democratic voters before the primary. The (Incorporated.) The office of Railroad CommisCHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. sioner requires the undivided attention of the folder, and he Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest el tie Oity of Columbia and the people of Adair must be an accurate business and adjoining counties. man. These qualifications Mr. Klair possesses. as second the Columbia Entered at Post-offi- 44e4444 40OX4 Corn Drills? Yes, 4 Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. APR. 7, 1915 Announcements. There is nothing unusual to report in European War. One side or another sinks a ship every few days. It is believed some hard fighting will commence about the first of May. Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding and Walking. j tor cikctjit court olerk. JVe are autharized t6 announce F. A. Strange a candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. Jess Willard, the Texas cowboy, knocked Jack Johnson out in the 26th round at Havana. ' A .white man is now the heavy weight champion of the world. Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field Seeds and Fertilizer. Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save time and postage. . FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Judge J. C. Crrter, of Monroe county, author-ize- s us to announce his candidacy for to the Office of Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-nint- h district, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the polls at the coming August primary. '"FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY, i "0?Ve are authorized to announce A. A . Hudles- -' Notice. All parties desiring Kubber Tire style, guaranwork done in first-clas-s teed, call at J. M. Kearnes' Machine shop. Also any other work in his line 21-- 3t The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. $9 -.- ten.' of Cumberland county, a candidate for Three automobiles were received t3 the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney in Columbia last week, a Ford by Dr. ''la this the twenty-nint- h district, subject to the 6yJ Mr.-I- l. F. action of the Republican voters in said district, Jas. Triplett and a Case aVjexpressed at the primary to be held the first Howe, and a Ford by Mr., Walker Saturday in"! August, 1915. Bryant. FOB THE STATE SENATE. I 444.44e0444Mt 4404444Mfr : For SALE.-Whi- te Faced JBlack SpanL. Feese Columbia, Ky. Mrs. JE. ish eggs; 76c. for 15. . crv'of are authorized to announce D. E. Hatcb- Baruen cotnty, a candidate for the State Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at the August primary. The district is composed cf the counties of Barren. Metcalfe and Adatr. We are . Red Lex. first-clas- authorized'to announce R. B. Trigg, cf Barreu county, a candidate for the State Senate from the l?th district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters In the August primary. ' The district is composed of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. FOE THE LEGISLATURE. are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a candikate to represent Adair and Cumberland in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. "We s II you want to breed to a horse, call at my barn in the Flat Woods, and see ooe of the best breeders in Adair county. , F. W. Bridgewater.' 2-- i f Jnst from market with a splendid line - For Sale. year old Jack, a number one breed-- er and good performer. Black witli mealy points. Will sell cheap. H. B. Mattingly, Lebanon, Marion County, Ky. 6 County court drew a fair crowd to to announce G. L. Perry-ma- n a candidate to'resresent Adair and Cum- Columbia Monday, and business, all berland In the next Legislature, subject to the classes, very good during the day. action of theHepublican voters of the district. Some fine horses were on exhibition. as expressed at the August primary. We are author! Jed latest things in goods, etc., and cordially invite the public to visit us bedress fore buying elsewhere. Have a nice- line fof Carpets, mattings and furniture. A good stock of Suit Cases and Trunks at special prices. Be sure to get my prices on Shoes and Slippers. Have a Targe stock to select from. As a special inducement, 1 will offer from April 12th, to April 24th, for CASH ONLY, the following bargains, and many others too numerous to mention: Hope Bleach Brown Domestic Calico ' Apron Checks 10c Dress Ginghams 9-4 Brown Sheeting' ExfiTa! SnMcial! T of Cthe ?i $ ?f .? 7cts. 4c&uP. 4c&up. '&' vm RATT.RnATj nonnssiONER. COUNTY. 4c. oc. 18c. $1.00 Hats $14.00 suits $12,00 Suits $10.00 Suits " ' ( " ' . . 75c & 90c. $12.00. $10.00. $9.00. 7c. . WiLLIAMT. KL41RFAYETTE CommissionCandidate for er Second District .of Kentucky, Subject to the action of the Democratic arty in the August Primary. Re-ele- ct Notice. : Bleach Sheeting i $1.00 Shirts 10-- 4 Russell County Announcement. 50c shirts $2.00 Hats $1.50 Hats " 22c. 90c. 45c. $1.75. $1.25. Sugar 20c Coffee 7 Bars Clean Easy Soap 2 lbs. Keg Soda 8 qt. Tin Bnckets 6 qt. Tin Buckets 2, 3, 4. qt. Buckets ...'. 15c 25c. 5c. 15c. 12c. 8c. ' TOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. W. I. INGKRAM 3l3IBBBBHEgBBBH 44 , ' We are authorized to announce J, It. 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. TOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce Lee A. Law-Jen to the office of a candidate 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. ss fof're-eiectio- ""? t Rev. E. Y. Chapin, wife and children, a boy and a girl, twins, and Mrs. Chapin's mother, Mrs. A. Craig, arrived from Danville Junction last Wednesday. Eev. Chapin has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian Churches, this place and "Union. He preached at Union last Sunday and next Sunday will be here. He will preach twice a month here, the second and fourth Sundays. A cordial invitation is extended to the ooramunity to attend the services nexf. Sunday. Owing to continued dry weather we not close April 9th, as advertised, but will hold open until after a season arrives. So many farmers have requested this action, we feel impressed to accomodate them and have the cooperation of our buyers. Please rush it in as soon as possible after the season. Market better than last week. Greensburg L L. Tob. W. H. Co. will n Andrew Jones, who was a colored man of this plaoe, died Saturday morning. He was on,e(of the .most reliable workers about Columbia, and whitejfamilies whom he assisted with his laber will raise. him.. HiSiWifeateOr is in a very crit- 1 condition. well-know- 4X Joe," Cleveland Bay. This celebrated Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my barn, 4h miles south of Columbia and 1 miles west of Gadberry on Pettits Fork creek, and will serve mares at $7.00 to insure a In our announcement column Hying colt. He has broven to be this week it will be seen that a good breeder. Wm. F. Klair, of Fayette county, Joe is a dark bay, 16 hands to high, heavy built, good style, has candidate for is a the best of eyes, feet and legs the office of Railroad district, subject to and in fact a perfect model in every respect. He is the best the action ,of the Democratic and quietest work horse I ever voters in said district, as ex- saw, and a fine driver for worn-e- n pressed at the August primary. with perfect safety, so he There are but few better known needs no further introduction. Money due when colt is'fo'ald-epoliticians in Kentucky than Mr. All care will be taken to Klair. He has been active in v prevent accidents but notrespon- - State contest since he. they occur. reached his majority, rendering i service to his party.' Joe- was, sired by, Cleveland valuable Bay, and his 1st dam was a LexHe is seeking an endorsement df ington. . Call and .see my home his work as f if interested or phoneme. . position aioner, bavins filled the WILL JOHNSON. re-electi- MACHINE SUPPLIES. Sewing Machine; Needles for any make or Style of Machine. I The Best Nickle Plated, and Guaranteed Perfect Point. Price 2 for 5 c. .5 for 10c Be sure to bring sample and name of Machine. Machine Belts, Oc. Machine Bobbins 5 c. ' Machine Oil, best, 0c Rubbers for Bobbin Winbers 0c. Machine Shuttles, to order, only 75 c. 1 1 1 Commis-sioner,"seco- nd , ', TALKING MACHINE Clix Talking Machine d. $10.00. Hornless Style. ev-er- Clix Double Face Records 65 c each. Clix Talking Machine Needles 5c per 1 00. . V sible-shoul- d 1 40c per 1,000. Murray Ball,- - Columbia, Ky. Ra&.Cjnmi. T$E tr'I?' irMJ' whu fWV AJ)AJ& COUNTY NEWS Cauii vx.&flKu. In.i UtPtrswials. Mr. G. R. Reed returned last week from a ten days stay in Casey county. Mr. Jo Hurt, Campbellsville, was here a day or two of last week. Mr. F. M. Barnes, of Russell county, was in Columbia last Thursday. Miss Mae Stults has been quite sick for several days, but is improving. Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was in lumbia Thursday. Mr. W. M. Minor, of Glasgow, Co- .m-- J'- - t . ... . OT "" s &j3 fl April 'Style SnowV m was here last Friday. Eld. Luther Young left Friday morning for Lexington. Mr. S. G. Banks, Cane. Valley, re- April 8, 9 and 10th, will be "Style" days in our store. We will have spread for your inspection the most comprehen sive stock of Spring Merchandise ever shown in Columbia. 5 L .' i i i . IP- - ; mains in a critical condition. Mr. G. R. Miller, Louisville, was here last Thursday, to See our Mr. gro-ceryme- n. . - - here Friday, en route Springs C B. Rine, Campbellsville, was to Russell Mr. C. C. Jones, who travels out of Chicago, was here last week, visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J, T. Jones. Hon. Lilburn Phelps, Jamestown, was here on legal business last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bates, Jamestown, visited here a day or "two last week. 'Mrs. E. P. Harris, after a delightful visit to her old home, returned to fii Ready-to-we- ar i SaiagjMMAiJi Garments. A . Men's Furnishing. nice assortment In this department "on the balcony" we are show ing beautiful Dresses, Silks, Crepe Meteor, Crepe de chine; 'Embroidiered Voiles, and ready to wear skirts, also the cheaper Dresses in Percales, Ginghams and n cot-to- Men's Silk Shirts, Pongees, Percales, Etc, Cases are full of latest style neckwear. Dress Goods and Trimmings. You Trimmings. must-se- e '" suitings. Catlettsburg last Thursday. 'Mrs? Ellen Wheat;! who has been confined to her room for several weeks, is much better. ,., & , . .. Underwear, Knit Underwear, Phoenix Silk Hosiery, Buster Brown, Black Cat and Bursori cotton Hosiery 'for Ladies, Misses and children. , AH the new models in G. D. and American Beauty and Madame Grace corsets. . assortment of A large Muslin - the display of .Dress Goods and All the new shades in Woolens, Silk Poplins, Chiffon Taffetas, Snowflake, Seed and Embroider-- , ied Voiles.'Crepe, Plain and Embroidened' Flaxons, Organdies, Paris Muslins,. Sijk and Cotton Lace cloths V 1 -- 'slowly. ' bs" . 'v ...Fashionable. Ppotwear,.., .. ' . 1 All prices arid colors . , in- - Linens and Cotton Suitings. Foster Ingram, who lives near ane Valley, and." who is a" victim of pneumonia, is reported better. v &" Mr. Paul Hughes and Miss Leonora "Sjowe, who are in College at Danville, came home for Easter, returning Mr. Monday. Mr. J. K. Humphress, who lives at Knifley, but who has been at Balboo, Canal Zone, for several years, is at the home of his parents, on a visit. Mrs. R. Y. Hindman, whose condition was critical last week, has greatly Improved. Indicat ions now point to her ultimate recovery. We are showing the newest and best in Spring and Summer footwear for Men, Women and Children Pumps, Colonials, Oxfords, Etc, made in all the latest lasts and leathers. ; ' ., 'i I'll ., . , .Clothing in ''I -- To see this display, come and see, sit down, rest and hear the music. We feel very grateful to our customers for the liberal patronage given us last month. Our sales in March were double what they were a year ago. There is a reason, we have the goods and the correct prices. ".;' DON'T FAIL. t ; ' Mens, Boys and Childrneri 'Suits, Worsteds, Cassimeres and Palm Beach, correct styles' and pricesl 'k Mrs. L. F. Arnett (nee Miss Ruby "Davis,) of Nicholasville, and her little son, James Edward, are visiting Mrs W. T. Price and Miss Julia Eubank. Mrs. N. B. Miller, whose visit to jsrelatives and friends in Columbia was very pleasant, left for home, Buffalo, N. Y., last Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers, Misses Julia Eubank, Mary Myers and Grace Conover toured to Louisville last Sunday and will return the middle of the week. Mrs. Foree Hood, Cane Valley, was conveyed to St. Anthony Hospital, Louisville, for an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wilson and Mr. L. E. Darnell, Russell Springs, were here Monday, en route for Louisville. Mr. Clem Jones, East Fork, was here county court day. Mr. James Cole, a very substantial friend of The News, was here at the opening of Court. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, of Gradyville, and Miss Mae Hughes, of Edmonton, visited Misses Jennye and Alma McFarland Monday. " w i Russell & & SB& Ruth Stapp - After March 2p, 1915, 1 will stahd at and Ada Epperson .left for Bowling, the Fair Grounds, my fine Jack MurGreeh, to enter the. Western Normal,, phy, the same Jack I hafl last year, at $8.00 to insure a'living colt, I will alSaturday morning. ' so- stand Judas, the" Purcheron StalMr. Herbert Barger, of Jamestown, lion at $10.00 to1 insure a living colt. was in Columbia Thursday. He was All care .will be taken to prevent on his return from a Louisville san- accident, but will not be responsible itarium. shoule any occur. Misses Mary Williams, THE PROVEN PAINT Just dipping a brush into a can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint proves its quality. The very feel of it tells you its good paint. Patteson, who has been traveling for the White Crown Fruit Jar Company, with headquarters at Louisville and Owensbore, returned home last week. Mr. Tom Mr. 22-3- Geo. Coffey. For Sale. Baled Hay and Baled Straw. t Goff Bros. Walter Sullivan, of this place, get cripwho had the misfortune to pled in Louisville, returned home Notice. last week, accjmpanied by his wife, who went to the city after the acciBig auction Saturday, April 10, 1915, dent occurred. at Roy, Ky., on Columbia and Russell GrcenScatPaint gives . Hanna's f I .4 has been located at Winchester for the past t Mr. Melvin ,Grissom left Saturday eighteen months, has returned and morning, to accept a position, Elk- has permanently located in his old home town. His wife and little son, hart, 111. now visiting at Hopkinsville, Drs. B. F. and Jas. Taylor, East who are will arrive in a very short time. Fork, were here county court. Dr. J. J. Booker, Greensburg, was in town Monday. Additional Locals. Mr. D. E. Hatcher, Democratic! candidate for the State Senate, accompanied by his son, D. E. Hatcher, Nat Brown. Jr., was here Monday. Mrs. J. A. Young, who has been quite sick for several weeks, is im Nat Brown will make the present proving. season at my barn three miles South Mr. R. B. Trigg, Democratic candi- of Columbia. Fee $10 to insure a livdate to represent Adair, Barren and ing colt. I will stand my Jack,' MilMetcalfe in the next Senate, was in ler, at the same place, at $7 to insure J. Press Miller.a living colt. town Monday. 2l-t- f Misses Mary Chandler and Katie Murrell went to Louisville last ThursSec oBr.Iiie.ef, dtthing before oa day, returning Friday afternoon in company with Mr. R. F. Rowe and boy. Stits frtn $4.75 to $13$). ,'ee Mr. Fred Hill, who went to the city or $9.96 arts. They are kitties. : after Mr. Rowe's new Case car? The f&te&&mfammtf: return trip was made in a few hours. 22-2t .Dr. Woodruff Flowers, who Springs road, consisting of clothing, hats, caps, shoes, slippers, dress goods, notions and cloaks. Any one wanting a good stand to sell goods, come and look. I can suit you. Also a small farm close by for sale G. R. Redmon, Roy, Ky. shuts out decay and ugliness, and it WEARS. Specified by Master-Painteyears. for twenty-fiv- e Forty-nin- e tints and shades. rs a beautiful, durable finish that V Boards; 50,000 store. Boards for sale at Casey Jones' ' 22-- 3t keep on hands a full stock of I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office phone 98. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Ad , coffins, caskets, andT robes. I HannaS For Sale by Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky A large audience greetjed,Rev IF. 'A. i A son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Ken- Hamilton, at the Methodist churoh) fdriedson, near Cane Valley, diedlaaS Sunday forenoon' He delivered Wednesday night. He was about ten This office has a lot of garden seed, They will be an faster discourse, arid- the'sermon years old and was a victim of rheuaaasent by SnatWt-Janes- . given out as bog as they last. Its the was complimented by rnariy) friends tism. 'fruneralseivicaawej condtac-twhtfwereln attendant. - &i "mj sek by WP&T-- Williams. bird that catohetlw'worra;. . ja fcjiitf JXodf&M ..' ''!! j.i!y v :; V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Dirigo. yyr- -- &H $'tam , -- JT'wnjQjf-r g The little snows that have been visiting our section for the past few days have impressed our farmers with the fact that winter is not yet over. And many of the people who have planted out their gardens are now wishing they had waited a few days longer. to Columbia to spend the sumG. A. Murphey & Son are re-- c mer with her aunt, Mrs. M. L eiving their new spring goods. Mitchell. Mr. Charlie Parson and family They are filling their storeroom so full that it looks like an alto, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Meldrom Scholl last Sunday. gether different store. Mrs. Martha E. Bryant, who J. C. Royse did business at Ed. monton several days last week. has been in poor health for sev4vo?i BlM eral years, is quite feeble at BSSSFBSbW- iBr JBBSSBa iSSSSj lBSSm luSSSv a tUm BSm Fini3 Stotts and family, are visiting relatives at present. Mr. Calvin Maupin and1 famthis place this week. J. M. Campbell has been on ily visited Mr. R. B. Reeves and the sick list for the past few family a few days ago. days. Mr. N. A. McKinley, wife and who has children left for their home near Matthew Wooten, Campbellsville The combeen under taeatment of a alist for the past few weeks, is munity in general regretted to improving. His cancer has been give them up. They were good entirely removed and he has neighbors, but our loss is Taylor hopes of being entirely well be- county's gain. May you be blest with good luck and enjoyment fore long. Rollih Bean and Willie Bennett in your new home is the sincere who went to Indiana and Illinois wish of the writer. Miss Lelia Conover, a highly a few weeks ago in search of work have returned. The boys respected young lady of this say that if a man really wants to community, accompanied Mrs. work he can find just as good Mollie McKinley to n A powerful, fast, silent and sweet running employment in Kentucky as he really beautiful and fully equipped family automobile. can anywhere else. Man Takes His OWn Medicine is an High tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand center control, G. A. Murphy & Son are buildOptimist. anti-ski- d body. tires on rear, full stream-lin- e ing a stone dam here with a view He has absolute faith in his mediof putting in a water mill. They cine he knows when he tabes it for The car that has practically every high priced car feature. The car that certain ailments he gets relief. Peohave purchased the mill which ple who take Dr. King's New Discovis the sensation of the whole automobile world. Was run by C. B. Breeding at ery for an irritating Colds are optimiststhey know this cough remedy Breeding for several years. will penetrate the linings of the throat Mrs. Laura Willcut is on the kill the germs, and open the way for Nature to act. You can't destroy a sick list at this writing. Cold by superficial treatment you $ starter and electric lights $55 extra. Our section has been infested must go to the cause of the trouble. With with black birds for the past Be an optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. For weeks. They are here by the King's New Discovery Ad by Paull Drug Co. thousand and old folks say that sale it reminds them of the days beJoppa. fore the Civil War when pigeons were so thick here. After our spring weather it Sunday School was organized seems that winter is coming at this place last Sunday. again. Last Thursday night the peo- ' Mrs. W. E. Holladay and son, ple at this place began to think William E., spent last week with the Germans had invaded this her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Murrell. country and that a large battle Mrs. Ores Young, Bosworth, was being fought somewhere in Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. John the western part of this county. Young, who has typhoid fever, But next day it was learned that is some better. Esrcortport.Ai.vEjD Mr. G. W. Fudge of Breeding Prof. R. 0. Cabbeli is conductCampbellsville, Kentucky. and a Mrs. Garman had been Zioh. Distributors for Taylor, Grcon and Adair Counties. married that day and that the ing a series of singings at m shooting heard here was the He has the 1915 song books and young folks of the Breeding sec- invites everybody to come and IfeaaStem tion giving an old fashion shiv-are- help sing. ' AJarge crowd greeted Bro. 0. We can not help having a scorn- M,;T Mr3. Fannie Willis, who has IJNothing so quickly fires a worn- ful P. Bush last Sunday, and were opinin of the 7 lght riders of Should not Peel Discouraged. been with her daughter, Mrs. an's indignation as the abuse ot Kentucky, but the nightwalkers delighted' with the sermon. We So many people troubled with indiSmith, Louisville, has' returned animals, except in cases wnere in this community are nothing to gestion and constipation have been always welcome Bro. Bush. home. Mrs. Smith is improving. the animal happens to be a man. benefitted by taking Chamberlain's Miss Helen Upto:: visited in oast or. Tablets that no one should feel discouraged who has not given them a this community last week. Ac!: Us Aman-daville, -- ters visited Mrs. T. J. Bryant andfamilydasttSunday. week. ,' Messrs. Frank and Buford Montgomery visited their brother, Eld. Wyatt Montgomery, at Campbellsville, last week. Mrs. W. J. Montgomery spent last week with her mother and other relatives near Cane Valley. Miss Maud Bryant will return to-da- y. $695 ITJhxrFeatures full-grow- The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1000. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. electric to-da- Buchanan Lyon Company SSSaSSff 1 e. m , t: I Whole Family dependent trial. They contain no pepsin or othMiss Fannie Cabbeli, L.'W. T. er digestive ferments buc strengthen Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, tha stomach and enable it to perform S., visited Miss Antha Cabbeli writes: "Our whole family depend nn Maybe someone in its functions naturally. For sale by Saturday. your family has a severe Cold per Paull Drug Co. Ad. Miss Mae Upton, accompanied haps it is the baby. The original Dr. Bell's is an ever ready by Miss Mae Brockman. spent household remedy ifc gives immediate Ozark. Saturday and Sunday at home. Honey penetrates relief. Pine-Ta- r the linings of the Throat and Lungs, Mr. George Smith and family destroys the Germs, and allows NaAn infant girl of Mrs. Nannie Lee White died last Saturday. from Cumberland Co., were with ture to act. At Paull Drug Co. 25c. Born, to the wife of E. A. Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Ad. Mrs. H. P. Barger, Sunday. McKinley, a son. Men and women who have atMr. Bascom Garnettand daugli tended such performances agree Little Clifford Conover is better, Stella, were at C. W. Young's ter at this writing. poorest Pine-Tar-Honey- Wftsn White Man With Black Liver wss seat of vrhat is cpclic? Fesro -- The liver is a blood purifier. It vt iLr.:i- - r2Co: ...! , J lost weight, .. ." Pine-Tar-Hone- y thought at one time ifc was the the passions The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states, caus- :$s -- .$ r-v-- i -:- c-,. ' " l"r. n focd icr" cr ' Paull Drug Co. " Mrs. Rube Reams and daugh- - Sunday. that the entertainment is other people's children. ing Biliousness, Headache, Dizziness the, number of divorces in and Constipation. Dr. King's New Life Pills will clean up the Liver, and give you new life. 25c. at Paull Drug Watch Your Children rf v Ad. Often children do not let parents know Co. they are constipated. They fear somealways will be imposed thing distasteful. They willlike Eexall China Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes upon until she becomes civilized .like sugar. Sold oaly by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug C. and keeps a bulldog. Anyhow, the war has reduced u THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Rugby. r DENTAL OETBTCCEJ IUSBAND RESCUED Mr. T. J. Rosson returned DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave' Up in Despair. Came I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, and gave up in despair. I com- At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and menced taking it. dose, I Husband to Rescue. From the very first could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting from this place, Mrs. Bettie letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly Bullock troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. kHe knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom-mand it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Meiiclne Co., Ladles' Advisory.Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your case and book. " Home Treatment for Wonen." sent in plain wrapper. Special Notice Greensburg, &y. ! Louisville last Saturday, where he has been serving on the Federal jury. While there he contracted a severe cold and has isince been confined to his bed. Mrs. Francis Rupe, who has been in very bad health for some time, is better. Elroy Rowe has been logging some on T. J. Tompsons place the last few days. Selby Royse and family, of Dirigo, moved into our midst a short time ago. Hadius Harvey returned from Jacksonville Fla., last Saturday, where he has been for his health Your scribe and Sel Royse attended the Woodmen camp at Gradyville. last Saturday night. We took in three new members. We now have 40 members. Mrs. Flora Rosson was quite sick several days last week. The farmers have been very busy the past week plowing and fencing. home. Saturday morning just before daybreak he took French leave of Mr. Wooten and left for parts unknown. About two hours after tne escape the .sheriff from Springfield arrived. Best Wishes, Thrisa Edwards. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. From a small beginning the sale and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of the United States and to Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAUIX DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHO.VE 20. office: phoni HENRY W. DEPP, many foreign countries. When you DENTIST have need of such a medicine give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial Am permanently located in Co and you will understand why it has lumbia. become so popular for coughs, colds and croup. For sale by Paull Drug All Classes of Den ha work done. Crow Co.' Ad.' Bridge and Inlay work a Specially. 1 Crocus. AH Work Guaranteed VV. Quite a number of our farmers are turning corn ground for the new crop. Mrs. Joe Miller is at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Walter Armstrong of Creelsboro, who has been very sick for some time. Mr. J. L. Blair, who has been confined to his room with pul- Office over G. Lowe's , Shoe Store J. B. Stone J. H. Stone Stone J & Stone, Attonev-At-La- w Will pratfice in this Woodson Lewis Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick monary trouble since last fall, is somewhat better. A good mare, the property of some forms of Rheumatism Curable Owen Hays, got badly hurt a Rheumatism ia a disease characterized by pains in the joints and in the few days ago, in jumping a gate. joints and in the muscles The most It will probably die. I and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky ii. H. JOTiES Veterinary Surgeon chair which turned over, throwing him face foremost against and satisfactory fence. the door of a hot stove, cutting, bruising and burning his face seNOTE THE PRICE. riously. Dr. S. A. Taylor was called and sewed up the cut in Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. hieh Price 15c the little ones forehead and ad " 18c " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " ministered to hi? other ir juries. ' ' u. " 20c " 8 " 6" 32 " " The better elei.,.s:t m uur citPrentice Illinois. izenship was both d e i g h ted " 18c " 8 " 9 " " 32 " " and shocked over the blowing " 22ic " ' " 9 " 6 " " 39 " " up of the Sandlick "Shinery." To my Friends of Adair Co.; " 39 " " " 20c ",9 " 9" I have been away from home Delighted to get rid of a public for a long time and have not seen nuisance that has for years outSquare Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. your paper, but learn through raged morality in this section Buy now before the advance. We have 30;000 rods friends that you have had weath - and horrified that in this land of er considerably the same as we stringent liquor laws that ansubject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as have had here. The thermome- archy should have to be restored ter registered as low as 23 degrees to, to rid a community of an into Quality and Price. below zero. We are now having stitution that is a crime against A full. Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill rain which is very agreeable, as common decency. If there had efd we are said to be fifty two inches ever been even a Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." short in rainfall, and we are told fort made toward the enforce- forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- lots of rain is the only riddance ment of that Kentucky statute Don't of the chinch bug for another that provides board and lodging ing, both at old prices. farming season, we have the past for the proprietors of such esthree years of drouth. tablishments at county jails said We have not taRen the War in Europe as an Illinois is a beautiful country, boarder, paying for his keep at but I do not see much of its pleas, pounding rock, while wearing an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything ure, as my health is bad. The iron anklet with ball and chain "shinery" would writer with a number of other Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Kentucky people spent a most de- attachment said have long since been a matte lightful day at the home of Mr. of history. only 90c. Lime for this month, Steve Word, Feb. 14. The The most signal triumph ever birthday dinner was finish- scored in the interest of the comed with a crate of oranges and a mercial development of Adair C. D. large turkey presented by the county was made when our FisVETERINARY SURGEON landlord and his manager. cal Court decided to accept state One, Jim W. Baker, a native of aid in the development of our Land Owners Attention. Glasgow, Ky.. was arrested here roads. Provisions having been last week, on a warrant from made for macadamizing the T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do Springfield III,, accusing him of Jamestown road. Let the good your Surveying correctly. selling a carload of corn which work go on till the people on the years did not belong to him. In order Liberty, Campbellsville, ' GreensHe has thirty-thre- e to keep from going to jail, while burg, Edmonton and Burkesville Special Attnetin to Eyes experience. Charges rearoads have the advantage of Spavin or any ear awaiting the coming of a sheriff Fistulo, sonable. Phone 74 or hardroads. After a few years, gical work done at fair prices. I am Mod Springfield, he proposed to with local aid, county aid, state well fixed to take care of stock. from write e due when work is done or stock pay for a guard. He was then aid and national aid in vogue we removed from stables. NEAR El IUG1ES' RESI1ENCE L6CAT18N Faulkner, placed in care of Eugene Wooten, may have roads worthy of the N tOMSYlLLE STIEET. Columbia, Kf. who took the prisoner to his own name. ! J " common forms are. Aute and Chronic Rheumatism, Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatic Rheumatism and Lumbago. All of these types can be helped ab-- . solutely by applying some good liniment that penetrates. An application of Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the affected part will give instantrelief Sloan's Liniment is good for pain, and especially Rheumatic Pain, because it penetrates to the seat of the trouble, soothes the afflicted part and draws fhp nniii. "Sloan's Liniment is a.11 medicine" Get a 25c bottle now. Keep it handy in case of emergency. h or sale by i'auu urug Aa and Dentist William, the little son of Mr. ears experience. Special attention and Mrs ,J. V. Dudley, was Surgical and Dental work. made the vicim of a very pain- given to Office at residence near Graded School ful accident one day last week. building. He climbed on to the back of a PHONE NO. 7N V. T. OTTLEY W ATTOHNKY-AT-LA- COLUMBIA, KESTCCKV1 Will Practice in all'thelCourts 0!(ice:-- ln Rollin'.HurfsIOIlic losldence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13Tj 1 DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST 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. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and half-hearte- satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & X. Depot phone xo.;:j JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. deli-licio- us Surveying Crenshaw Every man has the gambling instinct, but most of them are so cautious that wagering a cigar with a friend on the result of a presidential election is the extent of their speculations along that line. . Poll-evi- l, Splendid for Rheumatism. "I thiuk Chamberlain's Liniment is just splendid for rheumatism," writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge jS". Y. "It has been used by myself and other members of ray family time and time again during the past six years and has always given the best of satisfaction." The. quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Liniment affords is alone worth times the cost For Ad. sale cy Paull Drug Co. T.C The statute of limitations seems to have run on the ball player who wore a celluloid r '? i ! V 3 N THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . .,...,.'; t'lA.F.e,.r,."Si'.i't'''i ""' uKaeyyigyj GRADYVILLE mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmskm STOCK - FARM NOBLE PEACOCK No. 6828, will insure a mare with foal." Noble Peacock has proven himself to be the best breeder in Southern Kentucky. His ftrst 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 Rex Monroe, of Springfield, Ky., a horse that standsfor $50.00, and 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 owner 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 yeariings take the money. 7 make theeason of 1915 at $10.00 to NOBLE PEACOCK not a better bred Stallion Hying than Noble Peacock. 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 ,'m 9 3, when she defeated some of the most noted horses of Kentucky, by such sires as Rex Pea vine and Montgomery Chief,, 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 is y 1 1 two-stallion- s 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 600.' Noble's 3rd dam by Councelor. 1 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 $ 00. Jessee Breeding was offered $ mare colt at three months old. 1 1 06 cash for a DESCRIPTION: Noble is 15 1 hands high, dark bay, Looks very much neck-and ' NOBLE PEACOCK No. 6828, A. S. H. R. was 3ired by Jordan Peacock No. . 48, he by Peacock 498, he by Blue Jeans No. 3. Blue Jeans by Phillips' Black Horse, his dam Sallie W. Blue Jeans' dam by Legrand, Dan Peters' Halcomb 3241. Jordan's dam 1 1 with star and snip, and white hind feet. like his sire, Jordan Peacock. Ha3 a long goose lO GOOD JACKS Jacks. , i r t 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. . . - 0 Jacks and will stand just as .many of them as will take to accommo- date my customers. At the head of this .fine herd of Jacks is Highwave, a jack that has made a great reputation as "a hands, with breeder. V He is 15 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 $440. 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 have 1 -2 by him for $1,000. Highwave'sdam by Gov. St. John, a16 hand jackheby 7A&Zw Highway ov. Wood. by Hubbies Brignatial 6Ban3s"an3- was sold for $1,500'. Another jack I will standus' 1 Choice' 2d dam .by Terry's Liberty, a 6 hand jack that sold for $1,200. Another jack 5 1 ; Kentucky Best, by Highway, 2 years old, 15 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 -2 1 Kentucky Choice, a coming 4 year old, the greatest prospect I have ever seen. He is- 6 A 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 ; 2 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. 1 owned by G. Y. Thompson, Center Ky. This Jack showed a fine lot of colts lasf 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 money, bring your mares' to my stock. jacks as it will take to do the business. I have been in the breeding business '37 years, and I do not keep anything but the veay best, and kind. I 1 I will stand as many -- 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 know how to handle stock of this I always have my stock well never had 1 broke and under my control an accident in breeding. I will 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 -2 HIGHWAVE. Highwave was sired by Highwool, a hand jack that was owned by 15 .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 him for $900. Kentucky 1 Jack O' Diamonds. 4 years old, and has for his sire Black Diamond, a 16 hand jack is charge $ 0 00 for mare mules and $8 00 for horse mules. Money due when mares are traded or removed from the neighborhood. If mare loses 1 This Jack colt by carelessness of the owner, he must pay the season. u- .i :.'"', ' ?: - tf f rj( j.sg i-- ; ?&'&! '- - . " ; 'iF- - W. 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