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One of the largest crowds gathered recently in Columbia was assembled at gridiron Thursday the Lindsey-Wilso- n to view the big Thanksgiving foot ball game between the Kentucky School for the Deaf and the Lindsey-Wilso- n Team. The appearance of the big men from Danville as' they ran their signals and moved about over the field in their well equipped uniforms before the game, would have augured for them a victory at the closing down. . But it was to be seen from the time the whistle first blew that the stern resistance and fierce offensive of the Lindsey boys would make a hard contest. So even was the team work of the visitors, and so powerful their attack, that more than once it seemed as tliough the Lindsey goal would be crossed in spite of all opposition. But the timely intervention of fate or the redoubled energy of the local boys when brought to bay, would interpose only in time to save the day. The schedule of the K. D. S., Team this season has been mostly with colleges and universities and their playing more nearly resembled the college type than any so far seen here. Time and again the ball would be lost in the swarm of black and yellow jerseys, and the L. W. T. S. boys would be drawn to one side while the ball was going the other way. But the lesson learned from Bardstown proved of such value on these occasions that they managed each time to tackle the right man, The Columbia boys were held for downs one time when within one yard of the goal and again with thesame distance to gain they made a touchdown only after four attempts. The success of the home team lay mostly e fact that every player realized thoroughly the proposition before Mm and spent all his energy ,in that direction. The playing of - Dave Dulworth, who was a tower of strength on the defensive was very significant in his forging the ball forward for three touchdowns, while the spud of Jim Lewis advanced the ball for long gains that eventually meant scores. The tackling of Powers was at all times in evidence. The final score was 27 to 0 in favor of Lindsey. As Thanksgiving closes the foot ball season, Lindsey-Wilso- n will now begin developing her material in basket '-x ball. in-th- The Inauguration. The inauguration of Hoii. A. O Killed in a Saw-mil- l. Result of the Buggy Demenstra- tion. Msnlkello High School Basket Ball Tsam Friday Night. The Buggy Demonstration, by the Buchanan Lyon Co , at their place of On last Friday evening at the High business in Campbellsville Saturday School Gym the Columbia High School afternoon, was a big success. A large basketball team defeated the fast crowd of interested people, both from team of the Monticello nigh School. the country and town, was present. The gym was crowded to Its utmost Messrs. A. H. Ahlbrand, president of capacity with enthusiastic rooters the Ahlbrand Carriage Co., Seymour, Monticello also had a band of some Ind., and J. T. Tundley, the Kentwenty or more in their crowd who tucky representative of the firm, were witnessed their first defeat in the past present at the demonstration and renfour years. dered valuable assistance in showing At the close of the first half the up the superiority of their buggies. score stood 16 to 12 In favor of Monti The foreign buggy concern, that has cello. At the end of the second half been trailing buggies through this secthe score was a tie. The teams then tion, had'made the statement, it is played a five minute period and when said, that the buggies they are selling was up the score stood 29 to the time G. G. Speer. We will pay cash for white oak Beer are far superior to any buggy built. 28 In favor of the C. H. S. The crowd R A. Brawner. Z? staves in the rough at our mill in Co- For the protection of our citizens, The went wild with enthusiasm. It was a Ben Marshall. lumbia. Ky., for the following beer Buchanan Lyon Co. challenged this victory for Columbia. This was doubtCharles N. Wiard. statement by having a demonstration staves: less the most exciting game of basket N. M. Coffey. Barrel, 22 In , 4 in wide and up, of the Ahlbrand buggy, which they I ball ever witnessed in this town. G. Russ Hughes. clear of sap, If on heart, pay $20.00 m. have been selling for years, against The line-u- p for the two teams was Edmund W. Taylor: the for point. i Barrel, 22 in , 3 in. and up to 4 in., The trailer's buggy, pointproposed as follows: E. H. Elliott. 1 on heart, pay $15.00 m. Buchanan Lyon Co. to C. H. S. M H. S. David P. Davis Barre),.18 in. long, 4 in. wide, clear leave the decision, which of the two i C Acre Stokes buggies is the superior, to a committee ofsap, If on heart, $10.00 m To the People of Adair County. Denney Lewis... '..... F Must be clear from worm holes and of disinterested parties one party to An'tle Tuggle ,..F streaks, water soaks, bird pecks and be selected by the foreign firm, one by Dunbar G....- - ..Bertram This runs till January them and the other party by the two We will furnish you oil drums at all defects. Young G Jones selected, the decision of the commit$4.25. Oil, 50 gallon lotsn13cts. Also 1st, 1916. During Che first half for Cotee to be published in the county Elrod & Co. we are headquarters for. all country paper. If the trailers accept the lumbia, Antle pitched two goals, Acre produce. Durham & Hurt. one. For Monticello, Stokes pitched Buchanan Lyon Co's. challenge and Modern Woodmen. one, Tuggle two, Denney one. Second the committee did not decide that the half, for Columbia, Lewis two, Acre Ahlbrand buggy, as a whole, is superGreensburg Loose Leaf. Monday night, Dec 13, 1915, is reg- ior to the trailer's buggy, the local one, For Monticello, Denney one, ular meeting night for the Modern firm would pay $100 In gold to any Jones one. During the game Monti-Sell your tobacco direct to the man- Woodmen Also election of officers charitable Institution in Taylor councello pitched 16 fouls out of 37 chances, j for 1916. It is very important that ty the committee may select. 17 fouls out of 28 chances. Columbia ufacturer by putting it over the floor Of the Greensburg Loose leaf Tobacco every member of the order be present Final score, Columbia 29, Monticello, The foreign buggy concern spurned 28. Market, and cut out the middle man's and use every effort to select the best the challenge which was presented to prophit, and. by so doing- - you will se- men for these positions, as the life of it in a gentlemanly and impartial manAfter the game the Columbia High School entertained the young folks cure more money for your tobacco. the order depends on its officers ner! They were too wise for that, be from Monticello and the young people We have buyers on our market repreit said. Nevertheless, a committee of Singer Sewing Machines. of the town at the Gym. Delightful senting the following manufacturers: five honorable and well known men, The American Tobacco Co., Liggett refreshments were served. A happy from out in the county, were selected, Myers, Hale & Cotton, Luckett Wake time was reported by all. Monticello a wheel which .5 I am in charge of the Singer Sew- one of proceeded to tearvehicles. from Tobacco Co; E J. Obryen & Co., E left for home at 1 o'clock, a. m., SatThe the Ahlbrand ing Machines in Adair county and am urday. K. "Victor & Co., E. T. Taylor & CoT; committee was authorized to select in position to show you the merits of any buggy besides the speculative element, which from among the many on old, well established machine will only increase the competition and this Bargains. exhibition; finally getting one of the make the market, stronger, Without the best on the market. Office in the wheels under their main force, by For the next ten days we will sell competition there "would be no market Hancock Hotel on Burkesville Street. twisting and pulling and hammering hats at a greatly reduced price. 5 L. W. Hayes anywhere. Thefarmer-ca- n selb his 2t with tools, the men slightly disfigured b Stults & Co. on the Loose Leaf market, tobacco the spokes of the wheel. The audiNotice I. 0. 0. F. ence was readily convinced that the and save half the expense of selling on SPECIAL NOTICE. 1. Ahlbrand buggy was made of the a hogshead market. Bring your tobacco in and we wil Every Odd Fellow that is a member very best material. A sample of the Section 4,039 of the Kentucky statsee that you are promptly waited on. of Columbia Lodge, No. 230, is ear- buggy that the trailers had sold here utes requires all land owners, who own We have recently purchased a. hy- nestly requested to be at the Hall on was also on exhibition, and remarks land in any county in Kentucky other I have a few fine "Whife Wyandotte draulic press outfit, and will- - be in- Thursday night, Dec 2, 1915. There- of the vast contrast between the two than the county in which such land roosters I will fceliyt If.OO each, stalled in a few daysj which will in- will be business' before thejorder that vehicles was heard on all sides, especB owners reside, to file with the county crease our facility for handling to everjr member , should know about. ially when the price "was considered. W.e: Harris, -" court clerk of the county in which ThaBuchanan, Lyon Co. is selling bacco with more rapidity. Columbia, Ky. Make it a point-tbe present.. -t such law is located a descriptive list ofJ -; a better buggy for 375 than the trail. This market is owned and controlled T. E. Jeffries, N. G r same, giving a fair cash value thereto,-anIt pays to handle good. stock. About by farmers, and wilt use. tell effort to ers are selling at $110. J. CL. Strange, Sec. y giving the nearest resident there- eighto.r ninejnonths agoC h Jeffries accommodate its customers. "" It was common to hear on the streets ' of this place, to. This section provides a fine-ri(Trppnchn rcr T.nr5 TjPaf fTnhji'pnn fin afteYthe demonstration, that a num- " n Mule Day. ; exceeding fifty dollars for each refusal, bought a'" Hampshire sow in Mis- ber of men, who had bought buggies & 'sourXfor f75iQ0 Jk l A month or two to comply with this jsection. Childrens' hats 50 cents at from the strangers, were very muc " ' StUlts & Co. aiter sjiq arnvea:sne iouna ten pigs R.A. Waggener,, Last Saturday wasjnule day in Co- dlsaprJointedwith their trade. lgiptleTBlg;were sold for 4115 Assessor of Adair Co. Co. went to The Buchanan being M, .Jeffries recently bought a male Business men of Columbia closed' lumbia, a large crowd- -on the injtown, considerable labor Lyon expense" to and and many mules were market. at 11 A representative "for Harry Lazarus stage this demonstration, but that For interesting and instructive read- .Hampshire eight months old, in Scott their houses last get a December Issue of the county, paying 850 for him He weighs o'clock and every body- - attended was here and he bought 28 head rang- mattered not to them as long as it ing American Magazine. It gives an ex- at this time 260 pounds. When the Thanksgiving services at the Baptist ing in price from $75.00 to 3150 00. was protecting its customers 'and citvery act description of the great hoom city sow was purchased it was generally church. The n appropriate, delivered in a .pleasing Sam Burdett bought 18 nt prices from izens. of Hopewell, Ya., in the early spring, believed that Messrs. Jeffries & paid a long price for her, but manner, was preached by Rev. S. G. ?133to8185. FrankToliver purchased village of 200, today a city of over Bargain. a pair for 8225. 27,000. It also deals with deep prob- when you take into consideration the Shelley, who is a very able minister, Counting fifty head purchased here lems concerning the American peo- price realized for her products, they and who is the Presiding Elder of the by Harry Lazarus, four weeks ago, and Columbia district. A collection was ple. Can be secared at Geo. E. Wil- were given a bargain. I am agent for the Louisville, Hetaken up for orphan children, and the the ones sold here last Saturday, and ralda live daily and can make you a son's store. 28 head recently shipped by Frank Sinclair's is the place to get bar- sum raised was divided between all Toliver make twenty thousand dollars special price of $2.25 per :year for a Closing out Bargains at Sinclair's gains. Come and look. the Churches of this place, to be discan get it every day paid for mules, in Columbia, in that short time. Youcent. tributed by them. my shop for 1 short space of time, a nice sum of at V. Sullivan. Strayed. money scattered over Adair county. Mr. W. A. Oberchain, of Bowling For Sale. Green, District Road Engineer, emMr. W. E. Purtle, who is associated '' Finis McUlain, who was a son of with his father in the oil business, bracing twenty counties, and Mr. W. There is a stray hog at my place, My home in Columbia. Dwelling Robert McClain, died recently near Wayne county, was here last Friday' r R. Tipton, Road Inspector, are in crop, split and underbit in right ear, Adair county, for the purpose of look- andswallowfork in left. Owner may. and outbuildings all new. Good well Moody, Texas, He left the Glenville with the Tlonticello aggrigation. He acres country wltlPhis parents for Texas informed The News that there were ing after road conditions, and to make get same by calling at my place and and spring. Seven and of, land. when he was about fifteen years old. over 400producing wells In Wayne r. jc. suggestions, looking to the ad- paying feed bill and this advertiseMontgomery. He was a fine citizen, and was about county now, and others are' being v i w.Brpce vancement of our public highways. ment. .. , " sIxtjTyears old at the time of his sunk. The oil is piped to SomersetMr. Oberchain will also spend several 5 It. ' if z. Cleveland La whom. ,& ,. days in Russell county. and isjsellingrat 1,42- - per barrel the There has JseerPso' pasfii different death. 'frBooWic Br-highest price received by the Wayne FOatfew right. Dr. reports about the oondittoaXf rv WA We are closing out our stock of J. T. Jones and MrT John" D. "Lowe TMJttley, we lake pleesur3a:statiuafri ,, JDuringthe montbv of December,- - field. Clothing and Shoes. Sinclair's. were appointed delegates from Adair authoratively,ihtf hb ,js iproviDg,4 1915 and Janaarynnd February, 1916, Mr. L. W. Hayes of Taylor county the Louisvule Dally Her county to attend the Cumberland riv- but slo wlyHeTs-nowi&Wto walk County News one has accepted the salesmanship of the O. B. Rine, of Campbellsville, was er Improvement Association which about Burkesvine; on 'crutches. "It ald and:The Adair tf. Singer Sewing Machine in this counhere last Thursday. He recently pur- met November 23. two weeks age, yejar eacji.ior' 3.00. was reports ty, and is now located in Columbia. chased, in Russell Springs, the properI that surgeons had decided, to remove Paid ty formerly owned by W. A. Richards For the next week, L will pay 29c. his leg. Hewlll probably be able to mattef forces us to leave out He will bring his family to this town several important letters. They will a little later. for 81,025. be in Columbia in a short time. cash or 30c. in the store for eggs. appear next week, D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. See my line of Men's Suits and We failed to get the names of all The Bank of Columbia is' having the Russell & Eubank have made great Overcoats at reduced prices. the Montieello people who were here Masonic Hall, ever the banking house, to see the basket ball meet, bat we The wlfeofLilburn Breeding died repapered asd repainted and other redaction in millinery. If you want 5-Afinn Murray. understand that about forty were searJEtoy, this eounty, Sunday No- necessary we&jsoef whiefe mlk add bargains, call now. Mr. O. C Collins and family are now here. vember 21. She was a daughter of greatly to the appearance and con R. F. Paull sold Wm.. Van Hoy a roideQts of CampfeeUsville. We Prof. I. M. Grlmeley, and was a vic- venience of Abe hall, Mr. J. A. Willis that Mr. Celllns and family J G. Eubank are thoroughbred ale Aberdeen Angus If yea want beards call on Casey tim of typhoid fever! A, large eirole and.eooB'aad'-Mr- . calf for JIW. report that they are well pleased. 7S,90 ea band. doing the week. Jomw. Hate of friend attended the funeral. 5--3t. t. Last Thursday at Nelson & Moss' Stanley, as Governor, and Hon. J D located near Font Hill, in Brack, as Lieutenant Governor, will Russell county, a young man named take place at the Capitol, Frankfort, Bragg, 22 years old, was so badly hurt Ky , at noon on Tuesday, December that death followed on Saturday af7, 1915. ternoon. While, the mill was running All Kentuckians, regardless of party at full speed a belt broke, striking affiliation, are mostr "cordially invited young "Bragg in the stomach. Physito attend the ceremonies- - incident to cians were called and everything posthe inauguration. sible was done by skill, but death folClubs and other bodiestliat wish to lowed at the time given above. The participate should noti'fy the In- young man lived below Gradyville, augural Executive Committee assoon and in Metcalfe county. His remains as possible, in order thatrthey may be passed through Columbia last Sunday '" assigned positions in the.parade. night. InAugubai, Executive Committee. Notice. Eli H. Brown, Jr., Chairman. Kenner Taylor, Vice Chairman. saw-mil- l, -- 5-l- - t. 1 s 'J d ot 5-l- t. ;Th-orsda- y sermon-whichr-w- as' Pat-teso- 5-- 2t t. 5--3t one-hal- f - -- -- - W. t 5-- 2t e-willsend e 49-t- f. -- -- 2t un'-derstaad -- "- i- -y . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Every Home Needs a Faithful cough and Cold Remedy. When seasons change and colds ap(From Dun's Review.) pearwhen jou first detect a cold afThough a full measure of re- ter sitting next to one who has covery is not yet apparent in ev-e- sneezed, then ib is that a tried and branch of domestic enter- tested remedy should be faithfully used. "I never wrote a testimonial prise, evidences of returning before, but, I know positively that for .prosperity are m u 1 1 i plying myself and family, Dr. King's New throughout the commercial world. Discovery is the best cough remedy we ever used and we have tried them Of late, the constructive moye-me- all." 50c. and 81 00 at Paull Drug has swung forward with a Co. Am The Fuslness Revival. ry nt Forluncs Behind the Sea. Hogwallow News. A wonderful Antiseptic Stories of sunken treasure are legion. . Fletcher Henstep received his Some have, a founda- monthly story paper from Au- rapidity seldom equalled, and in respects recent develop sments are wholly lacking in pre- . cedent. Pronounced expansion in the volume of transactions and a further growth of optimistic sentiment featured the month just ended, when several new .high records, including those of vboth production and distribution, qvere established. During October, for the first time in the history of the country, output of pig iron reached 3,000,000 tons; trade, due largely to the urgency of the war demands, svas of unmatched proportions; gold imports were of unparalleled .size: bank clearings touched figures never before attained, while a number of standard stocks and bonds advanced to he best prices of the year. Moreover, latest railroad returns show a remarkable enhancement of the earning power of sthe common carriers, with some Heading systems, notably the Pennsylvania, reporting maxi-murevenues, and the broadening scale of building operations operations so noticeable in September, was fully maintained dast month. Important and gratifying as these and other achievements are, of even greater significance and encouragement is vhe fact that the business boom sis becoming nation-wid- e instead of being confined to a comparatively few lines directly stimu-Hate- d by the war. While the situation abroad furnished the motive power that started the wwheels of progress, it is the strength of the economic structure, as represented in part by the bountiful crops and .4he sound banking position, that fJhas made the advance to new possible. Because previous -- depression was not pronounced in the South, the recovery of confidence and actual revival activity in that section is particu--iriarl- y striking, demonstrating, as 4his does, .that the area of favor- .fcah4e conditkrasdsno longer re-' satricted. Everywhere, general - ttrade keeps more even pace - with the phenomenal expansion ;in iron and steel, and throughout the country there is an disposition to anticipate forward needs, ivhile the Tush at orders for quick delivery em phasizes the urgency of .current requirements. The volume- - of m --- ' tion of fact; others are pure le- gusta, Maine, and is glad to gend, and have sometimes re know that the hero did not ride sulted in thousands of pounds his bicycle off of the high bluff. being spent in an attempt to reAn addition has been built to cover the mythical millions. the hitchrack at the Hog Ford There does not seem to be much still house. doubt, however, that beneath Cricket Hicks was mingling in the waves of La Hogue, the railroad circles in Tickville this retail dealings fluctuates with roadstead on the east side of the week having given the engineer the weather, but shows a mater island of Cotentin, in the north a chew of tobacco. ial gain and wholesale transac- of France, a huge fortune lies tions are notably larger, with buried. It was there in 1692 A lot of hen eggs were found buyers visiting the principal m3r that the great naval battle of La in Poke Eazley's pockets when kets in much greater numbers. Hogue was fought between the he was unexpectedly searched at Generally, mercantile collections French fleet' and the combined the post office Friday. It is beare decided better and the slight- English and Dutch fleets, when lieved he came by them dishonestly as nobody remembers havly higher commercial death rate 6 French were en during Ooctober is without spec- tirely destroyed, 13 of the latter ing seen a hen around him at all that day. ial significance, since an upward being sunk. Dock Hocks thinks if a bullet tendency is not unusual at this These ships included the flowwas not always in such a hurry season. er of the French navy. .Three it would get more game. of the French vessels, including Paper Yourself. While gathering persimmons the flagship of Admiral de Tour-villwere said to be the finest on Musket Ridge one day this Since Japan has made such in the world. In ad- week, Slim Pickens fell out of the strides in the manufacture of tree, but on account of his paper clothing, we might do dition to many men, they carried weight was not seriously injured. worse than paper ourselves into much bullion, most of which had The Deputy Constable was seen warmth. Paper is a bad con- bep.n obtained from captured last night regarding a report ductor of heat and prevents the prizes. that he was laying plans for his loss of body warmth. It stops, That the exact spot where two years from now. too, the entrance of the cold out- some of these vessels were sunk He wa3 approached on the sub-jegood texture has been hit upon is evident side air, and if of while eating supper and will repel any wind or draughs. from the fact that in 1912, while give the rumor so little attenPaper sheets may not be avail- an engineer of Cherbourg was tion that he did not even look up able for us, but it is quite simple engaged in dredging, he brought when being interviewed, carryto open the lining of a coat or up two bars of silver stamped ing on his conversation through waistcoat the latter for prefe- with the date 169'2. Mo3t of the his eyebrows. During the camrenceand carefully insert and vessels, it is presumed, are bur- paign just closed he was of stitch in, back and front, a paper ied in the sand, for they have course for the ensuing lining. The effect is really ex- never been a source of danger term and he is being greatly adto navigation. An exception to traordinary, mired upon the quiet and shrewd , In the coldest weather an over- this, however, is one Terrible, manner in which he put over his coat is quite unnecessary; in fact whose wreck sailors avoid with election, he having done all of it would be a burden. The sol- care. Another, the Magnifique, his campaigning while in disdier's shirts are made of special also constitutes a danger to trawguise, thus leaving the im paper mulberry tree bark but lers, while about 18 years ago pression in the minds of the brown paper of medium thickness an unusually low tide disclosed voters that'they were voting for and softness does quite well, or the hulk of one of the sunken somebody else. even ordinary newspaper. A vessels, cannon balls and pieces A Coroner's jury was called in person extremely susceptible to of artillery being taken out. days ago to set on These discoveries ultimately session a few colds and chills would, if he the case of an alleged dead mtin "papered" himself, and eat led to the French authorities inin the Calf Ribs neighborhood, three.lumps of sugar daily, which viting public tenders for the salbut the jury was greatly disap supplies energy and warmth, he vage of wreckage and treasure pointed when it was learned that is practically immune from winter from the sunken fleet, The conditions are that the contractor the man was not then dead nor ailments. ever had been. The jury, which A bed quilt made of paper, shall pay 20 per cent, of any spewas seated comfortably did not and covered with any cheap, ma- cie or articles of value recovered immediately adjourn upon hear terial, such as cretonne, would rto the Pension fund of the Ma ing the shocking news, and were give more warmth than the rine, which also reserves the soon overtaken by the Deputy heaviest quilt of most expensive right to take, on the advice of Constable, who was looking for eiderdown. So is experts, any object which posperson who robbed the store at not only warm, but economical. sesses historical interest. Up to the present ho great finds have Paper yourself, therefore! 1 Germs and infection aggravate ail ments and retard healing. Stop that infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the poisons. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain, but destroys the germs. This neutralizes infection and gives nature assistance by overcoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is au emergency doctor and should be kept constantly on hand. 25c, 50c. The 81.00 size contains six times as much as the 25c. At The Paull Drug Co. Adv. men-of-w- ar Bounding Billows. The jury having nothing else to do decided to go to work on the case, and after hearing all the evidence, they brought in a verdict to the effect that the store was robbed by the hands of an unknown person or persons. HogwallowKen- tuckian. Silence Big Guns.- - e, men-of-w- ar re-electi- ct re-elect- ed Thanks to smokeless powder the smoke of big guns has largely been done away with. The silencing of a big gun is a more difficult problem, and though in the case of rifles and small guns the report can be made almost negligible, the gigantic rush of gases when a big shell is fired prevents a complete silencing. A silencer which the Frence are using is so effective that no sound of firing can be heard over a greater distance that a hundred yards or so. The silencer is attached to the muzzle of the gun. As the shell leaves the gun a small shutter up and prevents the explosive gases escaping in the usual way. It is the sudden fierce rush, of the gas which causes the "bang" when a gun is fired. The gas passes out through the two channels with nothing like the rush that is caused in the ordinary way. It is impossible to stop the gases escaping altogetrer, for the pressure is so terrific that the gun would be blown to pieces. Special Notice To Columbia Folks. wish to announce we are exclusive Columbia agents for the simple mixture of buckthornbark, glycThis erine, etc., known as Alder-i-ka- . remedy, used successfully for appendicitis, is the most THOROUGH how-cleanser we ever sold. It is so powerful that ONE SPOONFUL Irelieves almost ANT CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. Alder-i-knever gripes, is safe to use and the "We a, el INSTANT action Is surprising. The Paull Drug Company. Adv. -- The Next Best Thing TOsThcPJne Health and Happiness Depends on Your Liver. flow of bile is look so dark Up4 That sluggish liver with its sluggish what mdkes the world in--ers- ed - times. Dr. King's New Life Pills go straight root up the acof the difficulty 'increasing- - the of the fdiver-iantion bile: Dr.- - King's New Life Pills cause the bowels to act more freely and1 drive away those.uaioody.dys.V 25e. bTgwfortjine Adv- bottle. AtPaall Drag, Co. to-the by-wak- isg d it with the operations. There is no doubt, however, that at a suitable opportunity further endeavors'-wil-l be made to re. cover the treasure of the roadstead at La Hogue, and that those engaged on the' salvage operations 'will probably-reaa p forest For Pine-Tar-Honey Colds Is ' The third Italian ship has been through their per-si- a tent efforts. Dr. Bell's which torpedoed by an Austrian submagoes to the veiy root of cold troubles, rine. Most of the crew escaped It clears the thraaF and gives relief in life boats. from that clogged and stuffed feeling. The pines have eyer been the friend You Can Enjoy Life of man. in driving away colds. MoreEat what you want asdaot fee troubled y over, the qualities are pewith indigestion if you will take a ' culiarly effective in fighting children's DvsDCDsia colds. Remember that a celd broken Tablet t atithjB start greatly removes the posbefore and after Aoh seal. Sold oaly sibility- of complications. j 25c, At by us 26oaboc. r PaaUDrug Co. Adv. PwH Vntf C. pine-hene- .'Oa 3Wow r A 1 ;- - " - , ' - 'J54BB!iteKfl:!feraBerft v a"P. .gi'i . !5S r r - r- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN &" -- - Cold Settled in my Stomach. MOTHERS DUTYI Took Peruna. Am Cured. Peruna A Great Family Medicine. ' Lost My Appetite. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Could Not Sleep. and Printed. All Also Elwood and American Fence. Remedies Failed. Steel Fence Posts DEMLER BROS. CO. ncornorated 1 S HOOFING The responsibility for the perfect wife and Is Your Daughter in Good Health? 12-- 1 16 Caat Natkel street Between First and Brook Mr. Chas. Sauerbier, 815 Main street, St. Joseph, Mich., a constant Friend of Peruna, Uses it in his t Family. Louisville, Ky. GET RID OF THE STUMP Birdseve view! of our Plant LOOK VOU HERE.-SONHy- . TATHEf? ANt THE NEIGHBORS TO SI?UB OUT THAT OLD STUMP IN THIS FIELD AHD Wf 'LU SHOW THEM WHAT We CAN RAISE ON IT. C TELL VOUR S? '&Ol VrrTLV .. t l.zsd rrirttkViM jj mother of TOMORROW rests with the mother of TODAY. How are YOU rearing your daughter? Are you fitting her for the responsibilities-thaare sure to come to her? Are you endowing her with a sound body,, robust health and a clear, forceful mind? Or, are you, by neglect, condemning her to-life of suffering invalidism? Argue as you will, plead as you will, YOU" CANNOT DODGE THE RESPONSIBILITY your daughter wUl be just what-yomake her. STELLA-VITA- E is the happy combination of harmless but wonderfully effective natural remedies that give to the buddings girl that assistance so necessary to from girlhood to womanhoods Are you availing yourself of its remarkable virtues to give your daughter the assistance she needs so much? Or are you allowing prejudice orreluctancer- to try a remedy you have never tried before, rob your daughter of her right to receive every help you can give her? If it is prejudice, dismiss it as utterly" unworthy of you. If it is because YOU have never tried: STELLA-VITAremember that untold thousands of women today bless the hand that pointed them to health through the use of this greatest of remedies for women. It is GUARANTEED TO BENEFIT If it don't you get your money back. All to gain and nothing to lose. Do YOUR duty. TRY STELLA-VITA- E You don't need to buy a second bottle if. the first bottle fails to benefit. Your dealer sells and (guarantees this creatt remedy in $1.00 bottles. See him TODAY. y the start to good health. t a u passher-successful- ly E, Don't-dela- Thacher Medicine Company Chattanooga Tennessee For Sa e By Pape & Taylor' - HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES "Largest m Dixie" V. f. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Teakettle That Can Be Filled Without Removing Lid. Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Windows, Simpson. The moonlight school recently WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, taught at this place by J. V. The major portion of the corn Dudley, was well patronized and crop in this section is in the crib. and highly enjoyed by all who Our farmers are reporting a good attended. yield. Several real estate deals have Powell- - and family Chrisman been made in this community of Roosevelt county, N. M. , are recently. J. D. Lawhorn swap- WALNUT visiting relatives in this neigh- ped his place on Tracefork to a reports borhood. Mr. Powell part of J. Z. Collin's Davis place. countians James Morgan sold all of the that his farm to of his acquaintance in New Mex- Loren Collins for $400, and Harico are making good. din Aaron sold said Jas. Morgan Uncle Dick Aken recently back his old home for $425. made a very enjoyable visit to the land of his birth, namely, I keep on hands a full stock of the Bakerton vicinity. Mr. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Aken reports that the grim reap- Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and er has taken most of the friends two hearses. Prompt service nlghc or day. Kesidence Phone 29, office of his youth and modern im- pbone 98. provements has left but little to yr J. F. Triptect, remind him of "The scenes of Ad Columbia. Kj ex-Ada- roads, fine farms, blooded stock, real homes, and every good thing in life. Fine farms, good roads, comfortable t Farm lands without trained braids homes, and blooded stock in a com- lose their fertility. Good roads withmunity are things to have, but they do out a real citizenship go to pieces. not necessarily develop good schools Fine stock without technical skill loses its value. Real homes without for the children of all the people. That the light of education grow dark and this is true can be seen by a day's dismal. The school -- is the only safedrive through many of the richest and guard in our state or in any neighbormost prosperous counties in old Ken- hood. Fine, strong rural schools and tucky. But good schools, sending out the children on Kentucky's many Into the community year after year a farms are the keys whlcb alone can steady stream of educated citizens, unlock the loor to a glorious golden means Jhat they will produce good future for the: a?x old Commonwealth. 8CH00LS ARE THE KEYS. fr I I (fip nX yY x ff II dFfei 11 w v' cW SEEDLINGS, KY, STAVc FOREST NURSERY An ingenious inventor has evolvedt teakettle lid that need not be removed In order to fill the kettle. Tins' inventor has turned the old fashioned' lid upside down and taken the knob-of- f. The new device Is of aluminium, and fits in the opening of the teakettle-.- . but it ia rarely necessary to take It: off, as the kettle may be filled without removal of the new cover. It has ac opening in the bottom which is covered by a spring operated trap, and when you want to fill the kettle allow the water to flow Into the cover and It passes into the kettle. It also offers a very conveniens place to keep food and beverages at a desirable temperature when it to lay them aside. a. you-simpl- ir 45-- 1 REGARD FOR THE p LAWZ- d his childhood. Noah Lawhorn. of this vicin- AGREAT SUBSCRIPTION 0FFER7 ity, and Miss Nancy Floyd were We will send the Adair County married, on the 14th, Rev. Geo. News one year. The bride W. The Daily Evening Post, one year, is a daughter of John Floyd, of The Woman's World, one year, Home Life, one year, Crocus, and the groom is a Collins-officiating. Black Walnut Is one of the most available species for general in Kentucky and is valuable for a large number of uses. "I BOUGHT A BUNCH OF PIGS" Spanish-A- merian war veteran and has Home and Farm, one year, People's Popular Monthly, one year, been living for some time with A beautiful calendar for 1916 all for his brother, Jas. D. Lawhorn, of 33.25 If you want reading matter now is the time to subscribe. tf this neighborhood. , Ignorance of the Law Is no excuse-endisregard of the Law is a crime.-Whe- n Laws are so obnoxious as theyr excuses for should be "changed, and the people have this right. "If your right hand! offend you, cut it off," was no idle injunction, but means the offense should be removed rather than the mutilation of the member. Our Tax Laws are distasteful and' detrimental, but the remedy should be-t-o amend them instead of allowing; Getting In the Picture. ""Some have greatness thrust upo-them.- to-affo- rd " "I know. They blunder accidentally Into a film." Kansas City Journal. A Compromise. Fond Hnbby (starting down tows) What will It be. love flowers or caadj?-- ' Wifle We'll compromise, dear' Yw. ean send both. Judge. ' Read Our Liberal Paper Offers Nothing is possible to blra wh is dreaming rf his past possfrWHtie. al-ray- s V v- - THE'ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS "a Mr. H. Mont Feeee, who held :on-:the position News, Somerset, has tendered BY THE his resignation and accepted the Adair County News Company position as local editor of the Somerset Journal Judging from (Incorporated.) Mr. Feese's card, published in CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. the Jonrnal, he had. a good and sufficient reason for leaving The Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest News. He is a good all around of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair wsA adjoining counties. newspaper man. He was employed on this paper for several as second Entered at the Columbia years, and we found him a faith class mail matter. ful, reliable "fielper. "We trust SUBSCR1PTI0N.PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR that his present situation will prove pleasant and profitable. Semi-Week- ly Published Every Wednesday Lindscy-Wilso- n A Training School Safe Place To Put Your Children - Post-offi- WEDrDEC. 1.1915 Luke Lea, the present United States Senator from Tennessee, will not be returned. In the primary held last Saturday week, Mr. Lea ran third and is out of the contest. Congressman ran first, Patterson second. The two latter will novr'Tmake a ical changes were made or con- run off race which will take The second Term begins Jan. 3, 1916. New classes started in all Departments at this time. The Teachers class will be organized and all who wish to take templated. What seems to be to place December 15. this couse should enter at the first. We prepare you to teach efficientlyas well as the best interest of the people to pass the examination. As to who and how many will to the best interest of developThe Dormitories are brick buildings with steam heat, electric lights, baths, ment is some settled policy of enter the race for Congress to waterworks and other modern improvements. Pupils are under personal supertaxation that will provide suff- succeed Mr. Helm is not known. vision of teachers at all times, making the institution an. ideal place to work. icient revenue in times of peace Mr. Helm has informed his Largest enrollment in the history of the institution for the fall term. or when formal commercial con- friends privately that he would The teachers and pupils are cordial toward all new comers and try to make ditions, prevail and yet not build stand for the nomination, but their surroundings pleasant while here.- Write and engage" a room at once.;; ' there is not a doubt but he will a tariff wall that, will build one ": COURSES OFFERED of another. have formidable opposition, class at i Training School Ui Music . Normal Expression There seems but little doubt that , Next Tuesday the unterrified Intermediate .. .Bookkeeping ., the- great body of people want will gather at Frankfort and "Shorthand and Typewriting' Primary . only a fair and equitable tariff, ' witnes.sthe inauguration of A. For further information address', also they are not approving a 0. Stanley and J. D. Black as continual tinkering, whether up Governor and Lieutenant Govor down, that tends to disrupt or ernor of this Commonwealth. impair business for any length of Columbia, Kentucky. time. It is also certain that po- REPORT OF THE CONDITION litical parties will continue tb OF THE- question along the' handle this same line as heretofore so long GRADYVILLE STATE as it can be made, a political as BANK, REPORT OP THE CONDITION set, and that a change of party will mean a change of the tariff, DOING BUSINESS AT TOWN OP OP THE and each time produce undesir- GRADYVILLE GOUNTY OF ADAIR able business conditions. In the State of Kentucky. light of events, with a .broader At the Close of Business on Doing BusineSs at Casey's Have Removed THEJ.UTH DAYOF JXOV., lyiO. viewibf the business necessities Creek, County of Adair, RESOURCES country, embracing all Loans and Discounts To New 25 311 31 of this on Cross State of Kentucky, 517 75" liries-o,endeavor,it seems ecu ri ties 3 707 16 At the Close of Business on 3 079 65 Due from Banks the time has come when Aha ta.rr Cash on hapd They have a desirable location and will 1 520 03 the I Oth Day of NOV. 1915 iff question shouldbe takenfrom Banking House THirniture and 2 917 69 Fixtures pay the highest market price for all kinds RESOURCES. politics and committedto a tariff Total J. ' $ 26 '883 59 25 899 62 Loans and Discounts? ''' of Produce. LIABILITIES commission made of men who 82 98 Overdrafts, securediand unsecured Capital stock paid in, in 3 355 20 Due from Banks can make the necessary changes Cash.....'. 15 000 00 Cash on hand 1 370"13 . . '. 1 200 00 Srong and Reliable and for 124 53 The Firm is known as Checks and other cash items as actual conditions require.. Surplus Funds less expenses Undivided Profits, Banking" House, Furniture and ' 799 14 '. Certainly this would either be and taxes paid years has been dealing with the people of 2 560 00 Fixtures 19 684 45 Other Real Estate Deposits Subject to check established close to the theory of Unpaid Dividends '.. Adair and adjoining counties. $33 392 71 Total protection or from a revenue 36 883 59 totai LIABILITIES " OF KENTUCKY C Capital Stock paid in, In - .; standpoint, but under wise su- STATE of Adair County Set. Bring on your stuff and get the CASH. cash .$ 15 000 00 We J. A. Wheeler and C. O, Moss President Surplus Fund 2 70000 pervision the time would come and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solUndivided Profits, less expenscsTand when the needed changes would emnly swear that the above statement is true to taxes paid 352.82 .." the best of our knowledge and belief. Deposits subjectto check Sl3'839 89 J. A. Wheeler, President. be made without affecting bus15 339 89 Time deposits $1500 00 C. O. Moss, Cashier. f33 392 71 Total iness and not to the advantage Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22nd day of Nov., 1915. STATE OF KENTUCKY J or detriment of one section of My commiss!on expires Apr. 30, 1918. County op Adair Set WeMc C. Goodoand J. C. Nichols, President FARMERS W. M. Wilmore, Notary Public AND DEALERS IN TOBAOGO country or. any class of business. and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemn Correct Attest: ly swear that the above statement is true to the W. M. Wilmore As we see it at this particular Ship Your Tobacco lo The best of our knowledge and belief. U.N.Whitlock ' McCGoode, President. j. N. H. Moss, . time it would be the move for ,J , J, O. Directors. Congress to make and would "OLD RELIABLE LOUISVILLE HOUSE" me this 23rd Subscribed and sworn to before day of Nov.. 1915.For Sale. strengthen rather than weaken expires of 1916 For years the tariff question has been the bone of contention between the two great political parties, and ior years it has seesawed to the disadvantage of a settled national policy, disturbing business more or less, as rad- 4 Mc-Kell- er -- - ' ' if the-expens- e " - ... - . ..-- ? . -- 4 4 Moss St Chandler, 44444640446'$46iSS4'444$$4 fr "- FARMERS BANK S. H. Gr instead & Co., their Building "' . f .tffitCSTSSSs - Street " ; " " ". , I P. H. DURHAM, Manager. ( ' - Nichols-cashj- er, : - in the I9J 6 campaign- - It matOn December 11,. Toffer for sale at ;W.H Goode Notary Publict Adair county. Ky. , ' ' ' for Us Full Market Value Keturns promptly made f mile, 'from ters but little what brings de- Bunk Gill's farm , Four months storage Free. pression or what stimulates in- lit. Pleasant, my household and kitch.-- Ir Wbb'difor Sale. farming-tooland en furniture. Some dustry, it is almost in explainable feed. ' Glover & Durrett, Mgrs. L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr, Calvin Hutcherson. " to millions who believe the tariff I have 300 ricks of eighteen inch to be the heart of commercial We will offer for sale to the highest wood, on my.yardfor sale at 60 cents will deliver at $1.25 per per STOP AT THE action. By taking this out of bidder, Henday, Dec. 6th, (ceonty court rick.rick.. I . E. A. McKiniey. -one-hal. s .'-4-2- IlY commission at--en- Lcgis-iijiur- e. 4- - Where every Hogshead will have the Best of Attention, and be sold t. - ' Corn King manure politics and forming a compe- -' day,) few No. tent commission it would be a spreaders. Reed. Hardware Ce. We will offer for sale to the highest solid step for solid business and bidder, Nenday, Dec 6th, (ceflRty court an advanced position for the Sunday Schoti Attendance. day,( tor No. I Cera King manure Democratic party. spreaders. 1 t. 4-2- t. Q ALT ' HOUSE . WHEN IN LOUISVILLE '" ' Governor Stanley's exact ma- - . jority ib471. jjaptlsur XFrtsbyteiian - Methodist Christian? 124 119 '90 30 4-- 2t' f Reed lardware C. EXmOPETATT FljAJX. "irt Casef Jones will supply' you withv ' fencing posts and wood. . GOOD ROOMS $1.00 JPER A.Y. :llenl.S'eivice, Low Prices - fine Dining Rm, Turkish and Electric Baths : Free Auto Bus Heels Trains. - ."W'jailXyORRXSKR-sr.A.aMONS- .f-J 4 i s THEADA1R COUNTY; ? -"- tfEWS; Honor J. F. Dannehold, Pres. & Treas. J, F. Dannehold, Jr., Plce-Pres. BV Graded and High School Rell for Nsvember Geo. Twyman, 5cr $t. "Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. jVIAJOST Strictly Independent. 1 ( w-- j-. Do You Read Labels? Domestic science teachers and food authorities are urging the housewife to carefully read the Pupils who have a grade of 90 per cent., or more in each subject, including deportment, and have not been tardy more than three times. street house - INCORPORATED ,- - DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. Main & Twelfth Street First Grade. Margaret Coffey Velma Coffey Mary Helen Patteson 01iverPtrice,'Bush Estelle Sandusky!! Lynn Jeffries ,fi Lyne Price '-j' 1 24. 1 1 32 S.E. Cor. labels on on all food articles. LOUlSVILIiE, KY. of most States compel food manufacturers to print th8; The laws iTicrTPriifint.1! -- theIahel,. and this enables consumers to distinguish, healthful foods from those which a ? deleterious. may-b.. nf t.VifiTP mnrtiint.s. f-- StoraeetFour Months Free of Charge. Rp I loht in PIv Tn.nS.Hnn O O " " W..J. UWl lUiUl.V.UUU : uctiorSales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main . gr' , Street House. jt Rf .i . AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY Write lor Particulars. . baking powders are made of pure cream of tartar," derivedfrom grapes. Royal Baking Powder is a type of the highest' grade. It is healthful beyond High-gra- de v Jessie Conover Antha Cay'lor , .1 . ttujoy .wear; -r waaeiiearnes IL - - Hynes English" Secoud Grade. Alva Feese William Kearnes WILLARD HOTEL 3 "Centetf & Jefferson Streets to use. doubt and the safest and best" DavisWilson Louisville, American Plan: $2,00 and Privilege of Bath $2 50 Kentucky. J3.00 t include cream of phosphate. acid salt, triphosphate of lime,, Consumers 6an learn the char acter of the baking powder to the label, which must state whether the contents g The low-gra- de "baking powders! are made from alum, a mineral Louise Grissom ' Anna May Menzies and S3J50 With Bath, Hot and Cold Runn'ne Wate Harlan Judd Nathaniel Tutt " - v- - Bascom Willis Gladys Ingram Lillian Willis - " Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R.ooms. W. R. LINUSAYrMgr. r B tartar, alum 015 Third Grade. Cecil Mae Kearnes Fourth Grade. Roy Smith 'THE' HERO. (BY ROBERT LEE CA3IPBELX. ) J. Frank Walker ROYAL BAKING POWDER New York CO. Maiy Bell Allene Nell Nell Smith Fifth Grade. Mabel Eosenbaum Foster Pickett spent last Saturday and Sunday athome. Mr. J. C. Spears, who was kicked by Mrs. K". M. Tutt was in Louisville a horse, improves slowly. several days of last week, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. W.,T. McFarland and Mr. Geo. R. Miller was here day or Miss Jenyne McFarland spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. two of last week. . near Cane Valley.. , ... Mr. W. 'K. Lyon was here from Mr. J. C. Hurt,, from Indianapolis, Campbellsville a few days of last week. reached Columbia Thursday afternoon.-H- e Mrs. Hattie Howe, wife of Dr. A left at nfght for JEsto'to visit' his M. Rowe, Bowling Green, is visiting father and enjoy a hunt. her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Rowe and hei sisters. Mr. Horace Massie, wife and chilProf. I. M. Grimsley has returned dren, Taylor county, and Mrs Cleve Thomas, Corbin, visited Mr. and Mrs. from the South. Ray Conover last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Turner; Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Link, Campbellsville, L Gen. and Mrs. Garnett, of Frank visited the Misses Trabue one day fort, are spending a few days in Danville Friends of Gen. Garnett are last week. anxious for him and his splendid famMr. J. O. Russell continues to imily to locate in Danville after his prove and will leave St. Anthony Hosternrof office expires the firstl of the pital, Louisville, as soon as it is sa.fe year Danville r Advocate. v for him to return home. Mr. J. Montgomery and Judge Messrs. Bennett Bertram and Wd W. W. F. Jones are in Somerset this H. Meldrum, of Monticello, reached week, taking depositions in the case Columbia last Wednesday afternoon Transportation of. Harwood-Bari-ey i for a short visit- 7 Mr. Jo Russell, wife and "children, eery Company. The case is docketed who are at present located at Leba for.the January term of the Adair non, visited in uoiumDia tne nrsr. 01 ciroQlt "court' Personals. Mr. M.. Cravens Coffey Carrie Grissom' Delia Smith I Sixth Grade .?. Robert Gill VirginiaSmith 3b He who can find real joy and pleasure ground, In tilling theTdugh-neOt In weilding the hoe or the hammer "While others are laying around; He who follows the tunnels of commerce, Or who digs the deep shaft of the mine, i,Or who plies the swift shuttle n weaving An never is Known to repine: This man is the hero of heroes,. LjThe noblest and best of them all; He's the bone ana sinew of nations," JJut for him societywould fall. d J. Hurt and family from the Craycraf t neighborhood, this county, to JRussell Springs. , Mr. Geo. have-remove- Danger Signal. If the fire bell should ring would you run.and stopit"orgo and help to?' put out the fire? is much the same- - . wayith a cough, , A cough is a It Mc-Farlan-di Seventh Grade Lillian Logan Stewart Huffakef Eighth Grade. Stella Antle Corinne Breeding Frances Reed Allan Eubank Joe Wilson The High School honor, roll-w- ill, : in next issue of the paper. For Sale or Exchange.,. n 1: TT D tfotvVtnrtl.o VI T7'.V'!..-yi vuo j.t xx. j- jj ail ununo Oil .uugiuc t Has been run only 1 year. WjlUer-jchange for a 40 H. ,P. steamboiler and 20 H. P. Engine. Write or phone, Mitchell & Hatcher Milling Co. -- Camp Knox, Ky. 4 -- 3t Willie Eoss, who lives in Butte, be California, writes the News as follows: "We get five crops of alfalfa hay here Adair where the land is irrigated Buck Wheal. county ought to try alfalfa on her second bottom land. The farmers here I have 100 bushels of buck wheat are through cutting and threshing for sale, at $1 per bushel if taken in- corn. A fairly good yield Prune dryr Rugby. side of sixty days from this date. It ing is over, and a bumper crop,. We is a grain that every farmer should have lots of rice and the farmers are The Thanksgiving enterirn- grow so if you want seed now" is your busy cutting and threshing it. Oranges ,and olives are getting ripe How much raent at Birb school house went chance to get it at low price. . longer are the good people of Adair off withouta hitch last Thursday. . C. S. Harris county going to wade through mud? Prof. Tobias Huffaker, our Christmas, Birthday and Wedding They missed a great opportunity when gave us the best ' they voted down the bond issue ' i f bell. Yon should more try to suppress it than ' to stop a? fire bell when it is ringing but should cure the'disease that causes' -the coughing. This can nearly always be tione by taking Chamberlain's Cough Ttemedy. Many have used it with.the.mosb beneficial results Is especially valuablefor the most ben eficial results. It is especially valuable for the persistent cough that so often follows a bad cold or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas Beeching, Andrews, Ind , writes: "During the winter my husband takes cold easily and coughs and coughs. Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy is the best medicine for breaking up these attacks and yon cannot get him to take any other.'' Adv. For sale by Paull D'rug Co. no' It j 3-- 3t able-Superinte- ndent Gifts. Nervous Women. this week. Mrs.-J- o K. Conover, who has been Master Lisle Baker came over with visiting in Monticello for the past two the Monticello aggregation and wit- mdnthsi returned home last Wednesnessed the basket ball game Friday day. She was accompanied on the trip by her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Ramnight. sey, Mrs. E. A. Myers and Master Louie Feese visited at Cane their little son, Robt. Page. Mr. W. Valley from Wednesday till Friday. R. Myers met the party with an autoEld J. Q Montgomery, of Liberty, mobile at Lebanon. made a business trip to Adair the latMr. C. M. Herriford and family left ter part of last wee. last Monday morning for Buffalo, LaMiss Jennie Garnetl, who came rue county, where they will be located home for Thanksgiving, returned to for the next two years, Mr. Herriford her school in Williamsburg, Monday. being in the timber business Mr his excellent wife, interestMrs. M. O. Stevenson, who has been Herriford, an invalid for more than a year, has ing daughter, Miss Lucile, and his in very much improved in the last few dustrious sons, Jim and George; willi weeks, and the indications point to a be greatly missed from this community during their absence. speedy recovery The following named gentlemen Mr. S. R. Mitchell, of near Greens-burin Columbia the latter compose the Danville football team visited which played the Lindsey boys at this part of last week. place last Thursday afternoon: Andy Mr. G. B. Patterson, of Kansas Cityj Smith, Burchell Smith, Charles Ewing, Mo., who visited his mother, Mrs. J Willie Suttka, Bennie Dawson, Gus D Patterson, Picnic, was here Mon- Boltz, Paul Miller, George Barron, day, en route home. Gordon Kaunapel, Harry Smith, WillEmma Tories, Lillian Butler, iam Sturgill, Alex Sams, Joe Burns, Misses Emma Chesney, "Vena Tate, Wendelle Clyde Butcher, Vanden Manning, Max Eamsej ; Messrs Everett Roberts, Jas. Marcosson, Manager. Duncan, Ben Purtle, Wm. Bradley, Will Tate, Prof. Newton Wiggert, and Cecil Ramsey were here from Monticello to witmes the basket ball game last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Knight, their daughter, Miss Alva, J. H. Phelps, J". for Rent. W. Mitchell, Carson Hopper, Geo. Helm, John Calhoun, J. H. Womack, Eli Dunbar, Wallace Dunbar were A ten room residence, well located here from Jamestown, Russell Springs in the town of Columbia. Has a and other points in Russell county, to large barn, orchard, etc Will rent in witness the foot ball game between connection, if desired, a small first bot Danville Deaf Mute Institute and the tom lor corn, also meadow. See, Dr. Lindeey-Wilsothe game being pulled J. N. MurrelJ, Columbia, Ky., or Thanksgiving Day. off T. A. Murrell, Lebanon, Ky. write Mr.-an- d g, Premium Toilet Soaps and Shears-- all When the nervousness is caused by for 81 00; Fancy Pocketbooks, 75c. constipation, as is often the case, you each, worth 81.50. Many other Beau-ifu- l and Useful Presents, including will get quick relief by taking ChamWatches and Rings. Agents Wanted.lberlain's Tablets. These tablets also improve the digestion. For sale by W.T. HODGEN; Box 232. Campbellsville, Ky. Adv. Paull Drug Co f. The blacksmith shop of Mr. Geo. A. Helm, all his tools and machinery, were consumed by fire one night last week. The shop was located on the Jamestown road, in Kussell county, three quarters of a mile from Mont-pelieOrigin of the fire, unknown. Loss several hundred dollars. r. John Frazer and Ed Waggoner, both colored, were before Judge Herriford last Monday morning, charged with selling liquor. They both confessed and a judgment of $60 each and 20 days in jail each was recorded against them. The case against John Henry Rice, also colored, was continues until next Monday. The case Mr. John W.Dixon, aged 46 year?, against June Gilmer, another colored died at his residence, Bevier, Mo., Sun- man, charged with same violation, day morning, Nov. 14. He was a was dismissed. grandson of Hesikiah Dixon, who died Good for Constipation. in this county many years ago He left quite a number- of relatives in Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent Adair county. for constipation. They are pleasant to take and mild and gentle in effect. Foxes . Adv. For sals by Paull Drug Co. $2 50 to $4.00 each; Coons $1.25 .each; Mr.'JGeorge Aaron, a very efficient Squirrels 40c. each. Send them to teacher Vf this county, has been .jW.T. HODGEN, ''Carrjpbelisville, Ky. awarSed'a State certificate, receiving Box 232, L it last week. -f. Thanksgiving lecture I ever heard.- - 'We had lots of dinner and trie house was packed" and lots could not get in. We had some fine dialogues and exercises. There were six visiting: schools present. We thank the, other schools that helped us out. The exhibition at Breeding last Thursday night and at Wilson last Friday night went off nice and showed that the pupils were , well trained. There is lots of moving about here. Mr. Jim Black Garmon, of Toria, moved to the Uncle Zeke Rowe's place last Thursday, Glad to have them us:. Aunt Louisa Rowe and C. C. Rowe, Jr., moved house vacated .by Blucher Bohannon and he,.moyed on the Garmon place. . Prof. Tobias HuffakerJ and Garlin Pickett were guest of your scribe last Wednesday night. James Rupe is building a new kitchen, which greatly improves -- -- to-th- e Additional Locals. -- n, The largest- - crowd that ever witCough Medicine for Children. nessed a game in. Columbia was on the Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, jST. Y., Lindsey-Wjlshill last Thursday. says: "About five years ago when we The admission fee was twenty-fiv- e cents and the receipts were ninety-fou- r were living in Garbutt, K. Y I docThere Awere a number of dollars. tored two of my children suffering comps. from colds witlvGhamberlain's Cough Mr. Lew Holmes, u traveling 'man Remedy and found Jt just as repreout of Louisville, dfed of acute sented in every way. It promptly hotel in Harrodsburg last checked their coughing and cured at a Wednesday night. He was known to colds quicker than anything I a great many Columbians, and soaae theirused." For sale by Paull Drug ever years ago made this town. He was-7Adv. Co. years old. on ndigestion 1 his house. - Dock Rupe is building a new residence near here and will have a nice house when completed. Bob Simpson who has been in feeble health for some time, is better at this writing. John Froedge, of Breeding, lost his dwelling and rnoet of the contents by fire, last Tuesday night. No insurance. Loee $30O. Jamea Roeeon is teaching the beet school here that has been taught here for a long time. J i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Louisville Democracy. With Democratic majorities in almost every section of the state rent in twain, and with the results in doubt until the official count was made, it is highly gratifying to note the splendid showing made in the fcFifth Dis- Visitors to Louisville Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better The Kentucky Game and Fish Commission's handsome new fish car, in which the small fry are taken from the hatcheries to the streams and ponds of the state for restocking purposes. trict at the recent election. Stanley's plurality in the state Boone's wife was interred. They did get Mrs. Boone's bones, were candidates in 'the recent of the removal of Daniel Boone's and although she was buried years before election. The era of good gov- remains to Kentucky, that his about twenty-onernment seems to have come to son was present and identified Daniel Boone died, they still Louisville, and the voters of that the grave when the body of were in a better state of preser city seized upon this, one of the Boone was disinterred for re- vation than those that were first opportunities, they have moval. The Legislature of Ken- taken back to Kentucky as had of endorsing what Mayor tucky made an appropriation for Boone's bones. This also was Buschemeyer and his associates opinion of the Rev. T. Welch Sunday, still has a good audithe purpose and sent Commiss- the who was personally acquainted are accomplishing. ioners to Missouri to attend to ence Rev. Furkin delivered a with Boone." bench in Louisville is dig- the removal." The good sermon last appointment nified by the presence of some of The following is the clipping, Laughter Aids Digestion. st Sunday, to large crowds. that city's ablest lawyers, and sent to the Times under a Mont healthLaughter is one of the most Mule buyers are numerous. ful exertions; it is of great help to dialso gomery, (Mo.) date-lin- e: their position of the ballot help is Some good ones changing hands brought great strength to the "Before leaving for Warren gestion. A stilhuore effectual a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. If State ticket. county to attend the dedication you should be troubled with indiges- in this locality at $195 each. When the Fourth District went of theDaniel Boone monument tion give them a trial. They only A series of meetings ' will becons a quarter. Obtainable at T. E. about fifty Republican in 1907, at Marthasville tomorrow, the Paull's. gin at the Methodist church near Adv Louisville gave Wilson a plural- Rev. R. E. McQuile said tonight here at an early date. Not known Hager. This it was the opinion of a delegaity of 9,000 over Frankfort citizens have for sure what date. year the Fourth district gave tion of old settlers who visited an organization planning the receiving to Morrow more than 500 plurality, Boone's grave twenty-fiv- e years most imposing ceremonies at the R. L. Faulkner is and Louisville goes 4,000 Dem- ago that the bones of the great inauguration of Gov. Stanley on bacco daily at this place. Good ocratic. We might with profit, American woodsman and pio- December 7th. average prices being paid and e lessons from our city neer never were taken to Kentobacco quality an average. By order of President Wilson News. neighbors. tucky, as was supposed to have Corn is bringing 3.00 on local the assistant postmaster in Illibeen clone many years ago. Some selling for $2.50. a Owes Her Good Health to Chamberlain's "The delegation," said Mr. nois, who was removed for market. Our merchants are having a Tablets. McQuile, "was composed of the criticism upon President Wilson's marriage, has been reinstated. fairly good trade, since the cold "I owe my good health to Chamber- Rev. J. H. LutBibber, David lain's Tablet's," writes Mrs. R. G. Gardner, Georg H. Bibber, Geo. weather. Bear This in Mind. Ueff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years H. Martin and myself. We visOur public school is, progress"I consider Chamberlain's Cough ago I was an invalid due to stomach ited the cemetery and at that Kemedy by far the best medicine in ing nicely under the manage-metrouble. I took three bottles of these Tablett's and have since been in the time, Mr. Gardiner gave his rea the market for cold's and croup," says of Miss Albyrtie Farris. ,best of health." Sold by, Paull Drug sons for believing the mistake Urs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many others are of the same opinion. Adv Co. Mrs. L. A. Cowherd, who has ' ' Adv made, and his views met Sold by Paull Drug Co. was been on the sick list, is up and the. approval of others who Russian troops have been A wA--, was about 300, while his lead in the Fifth District over Morrow was 4,083. It is therefore, .apparent that without Louisville Not In Kentucky. Stanley would have been beaten. In view of the fact that the Seeing an item in The Herald Republicans have carried Louisin regard to a momument erecville almost as often as have the ted over the first grave of DanDemocrats in the last twenty-fiv- e iel Boone near Marthasville, Mo., years, in this year of tre Mr. J. K. LaRue of Oklahoma mendous Republican gains in oth- City, sends us a clipping from er parts of the state, there nec- the Kansas City, (Mo.") Time?, essarily must have been some in which some doubt is cast on bulwark of strength for the the removal or Boone's bones Democrats which was responsi- from his last resting place in ble for Louisville's showing this Missouri to Frankfort. year. That, we believe, was In his letter accompanying the the Buschemeyer administration, article Mr. LaRue says: "I coupled with the high character have always had the impression of the local judiciary ticket who somehow, either reading history A Splendid Offer. values anywhere "Most for your Money" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville we vill Until further notice Adair County News one furnish The year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiMagamonthly, one year; zine, monthly, one year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for $1.65 This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day'- Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Street s INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market "Efficiency" has made our growth possible. posed remains of Boone and lie said pjsitively the that Kentucky delegation did not get Boone's bones, but got those of a Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, ut where health is at stake and the of reliable stranger buried next to where pinion of thousands prejudice people yours, es How to be Certain of Myers, Morrison, "VY". Curing Constipation Letters recently received from II. E Tenn.. and Ada Hammersmith, 118 Chestnut St., Louisville Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem In which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures graduall and pleasantly so that in time nature ,, ,, ...h.ju. rr ald- - ConstipatedJ people owe it m. to siIe themselves to use this grand bowel peciflc. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thi3 remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can Kive a sample bottle sent to the home freo of charge by simplv addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address en a postal card will do. non-gripi- e lifters from then your menace and you ought ay it aside. This is said in the inter-b-to t of people suffering- from chronic ;onstipatlon, and it is worthy of their ittenuon. opinion reliable In the VA'hwl of lA lesions t ofMi..tkAMM nm An ixiiiciiMu pcyiJic 'tiia luuai siDuuuii onstipauon imaginable can be cured Dy a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it Before, but do not doubt its merits or. that account, or because it has not been olatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today- who were given it by their parents, and it has been truth-Cull- y said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any ataer laxative. - .!n ,,, lfuf j WELL DRILLER See me be I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore 1 contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. J. C rm YATES A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer ' he Adair County News and take-som- E-To- The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is It 13 issued every Thursday, subscripone of tion price ?1.00 per year, and it of tothe best home metropolitan wt-xl- ie day. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can sine yon all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and rr liable market reports. Its m merous deto every partments make it a necessr ome. farm or business man. This grand Offer Is limited and we advise yon to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to up-to-d- nt out again. across the Styr fiver and lived near the" They round at the time forced to retreat to their "original "Um" Spare ribs and backrecalled that they had heard the positions after figh:ing for four bones. a- dying statement of a man who looking fine. That is weeks. Wheat is A assisted in disinterring the sup- early wheat. Late sown wheat didn't come up good on account OF Yes ManyPeopla Do Not Gripe of dry weather. BOURBON POULTRY CURE have told us the same story dktreM We have a pleasant laxative that will after eating, gases, heartburn. A , In tba drinking water do just what you want it to do. ; iFarmers are about done gathHakes Hiis Lay Amzlsgfy ering corn in this locality. Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera. Limberneck Prevents SickTVe sell thousands of them and we ore asd after each meal will reHert tef ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 The meeting appointment that 'v have never seen a better remedy for the .you. Sold only by us 25c. gallons of medicine. At druggists or by mailpostpeid. Valu bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. changed at Kellyville Preswas able poultry dook zrce, Paull Drug Co. Paull Drug C. INH0H UEMEW CI. LNifgiM, If. church from 3rd to 1st byterian burying Coburg. JBS0 FEW DROPS i The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Irvin Cobb, an' old Louisville newspaper man, has earned this year $40,000 with his pen and is also to be given the Iron Cross by the Kaiser. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS STOMACH TROUBLE FOR DENTAL OFE1CE Bfch IIBp w 'nriw'iltnHiHm Dr. James Triplet! DENTIST OVER :PATJUrFlTJG CO. FIVE YEARS HSalSllnlflilHBiiHnKintilMMiHBswani l&alHililfl JmmmVHBBBB&Q&BnBBBmBBB!M? BB&liOfti f HHHIibIIV HmHB ilillllflHMrerlHHilHiliHRBit "IMIsiHlliV " "' . Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE SO. Majority of Friends Thought Hughes Would Die, But One Helped Him to Recovery. I decided to Mr. taking other medicines. take his advice, although I did not have OFFICE PBON9 any confidence in I it Black-Draug- mUSHIf1 ht 1 v:, have now been taking flHwra?! i jHPliJLIiJFFl for three months, and it has cured me SAVE $20.00 NOW haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it for what Black-Draug- Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad- I am so thankful $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma ht ht Thedford's has been itomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. Black-Draug- vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with has done for me." $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. Interior view of the fish car, showing large containers for the fish. A con- Write today for catalog and $20. stant flow of fresh air is pumped into the cans through the rubber tubes ' discount coupon No. 32. which keeps the fish alive on long trips. Address, H. 0. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Stratton Business College would die. He advised Black-Draught, me and to try quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. Louisville, Ky. Tbedford's jg ' " ' TIN WORK. Woodson Lewis GRJEEjSrSBTJDBLQ, KY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. mufmmmiWw '" HBP I ' tirVt iiJTi rnafWfiwgiS-!!1- 'lr ,w' i ln TBw ! ' ; :''' ";''.'.., " '&;: :':''''' prepared to do any kiud of Tin Work, Eoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call afc my shop if you need any thinG in my line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. I am S. E. Bridgwaters, ...aaaMWL' jf ju ""n at- Another interior view of the fish car, showing the living quarters of the tendants, while on duty. U. S. many attacks, some of them proving very successful. Why You Fisheries Department Distribution 1912-19- 15. of Fish During Fiscal Years Should Use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1913 15,800 3,800 1,850 12,700 29,417 13,600 3,300 2,500 2,280 1914 18,000 6,400 1,100 29,732 4.188 4,800 400 2,200 450 1915 600 4,000 7,350 210,000 52,651 14,080 7,925 1.605 ' 4,325 ooU Fingerlings, Yearlings and Adults. Rainbow Trout Brook Trout 1912 14,670 5,350 21,100 5,150 49,070 7,800 20,950 244.900 116,950 31,868 23,325 4,505 8,805 OoU Totals Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices.jj I. H. C. Prices. Rock Bass Black Bass (Small Mouth) Black Bass (Large Mouth) Crappie Bream Yellow Perch Cat Fish White Bass Totals Carp Yellow Bass '. - " 7,300 ; 53,570 85,497 1912-19- 15 450 302,916 509,253 67,270 Fry Distributed 1912 2,400,000 Pike Perch 75,000 Black Bass (Small M.) : Total Number Fry Total Number Flngerlingsr etc 1913 1914 12,360,000 1915 8,400,000 International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent. less Grand Total Distribution of- - than Prices. Prices good while stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, I. H. C. Fish by Kentucky Commission During Fall of To October 1, 1915. 1914 1915 5,295 6,272 3,448 30 6,672 7.366 8,000,000 8,029,083 1914-191- Specie Black Bass Crappie Bream Bull Head Cat Rock Bass Channel Cat Bream and Crappie. Pike Perch Totals? The railroads in the middle West will receive $20,000,000 ad23,744,253 ditional per annum under a 1914 and Up year contract for carrying Totals the mails. 5,295 new-fou- 23,160,000 75,000 23,235,000 509,253 an established won by its good works. Because it is most esteemed by those who have used it for many years, as occasion required, and are best ao quainted with its good qualities Because it loosens and relieves a cold and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Because it does not contain opium 'or any other narcotic. Because it is within the reach of all. It only costs a quarter. Sold byPaull Drug Co. Adv Because rep-utation it has r 3,400 5,073 6,272 3,448 30 3,400 11,745 7,366 8,000,000 8,037,556 23,744,253 8,037,556 31,781,809 8,473 1912-191- 5 ... Total Distribution U. S. Government Total Distribution Kentucky Game and Fish Com. The New educational building of the Christian church was dedicated at Lexington and $10,000 of the 28,000 indebtedness was raised. What Is the Best Remedy For Constipation? mM & 5. Woodson Lewis, Grand Total for Four Years The work of the Commission has a real economic value. There are 12,365 miles of running streams ln Kentucky, which under present conditions produce considerably over one million dollars worth of food fish each year, when figured at 10 cents per pound, which could easily be doubled if the laws of the state be enforced. In 1912 the game wardens captured and destroyed 1,088 hoop and wing nets, 67 seines and traps, and tore out 32 dams and. fall. traps. It is estimated that "one hoop net 'will 'take 1,000 pounds of fish a year, bo the 1,088 were taken frefm less than. 500 miles of streams represented 1,088,000 pounds of flsh a year. The United States Government, through its Fisheries Department, have facilities for distributing fish to the various states, but they have refused to nets-whic- Surveying LisdOwncrs Attention. -- $xMsi $K$e C. D. iA $ tected, saying it was useless to liberate flsh in waters not protected. So those states which had warden service and protected their streams got the bulk of the public distribution. But Kentucky Is coming into her own, as shown by the Government reports: In 1912 there was liberated ln Kentucky 2,453,570 live flsh. In. 1913 there was liberated in Kentucky 160.497 live flsh. This is a question asked us many time each day. The answer is "We guarantee them to be satisfactory' oyou. Sold only by us, 10cente.y j Paul! Drug C. J Crenshaw Clubbing Offer. VETERINARY SURGEON J& 1914 -- T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do ar your Surveying H has thirty-thre- e correctly. years Special experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or Attnetin to Eyes ar-fic- Ratal, write T.xC, Faulkner, Columbia. zeiaoredfropa etaUee. LKATWN-K- EAl Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Moo due'when work is done or stock -- al El JUKftET JSWtOlCk STiCET. tucky 12,427,270 live fish'. lowing offer, one of the best we have-evIn 1915 there was liberated in Kengiven to the readers of the News. tucky 8,702,916 live flsh. Here is the proposition: The - State Commission distributed, The Adair County News, in 1914, ,473 live flsh. In 1915 (this spring) 8,029,083 liva Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, The Housewife, fish. Reliable Poultry Journal, fish distributed Total number of live plant fish in territory that, li not .pro in Kentucky 'In 4 years was 31,781,809. Farm Journal. All the papers for one, except Naco, Sonora has been occuThe German offensive along the last named and that will be sent years. Obregon's army and pied by Gen. - and the'Raesian line $1.65 cfc for-fiv- e there jKasJiberain HneKeaj jFor 1 er K. M I0MSYU.IE takes the entire lot. he has begun an active campaign wart them subscribe afcooce. the Russians are now launching against Gen. Villa. has-cease- d ' If-yo- ,: THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WAR SITUATION. Athens, Nov. 25, via London, Greece has met the demands of the Entente Powers and given CANNOT EX- Gradyville. We are having some rain the close of the week. at hafci T HIGHEST PRICES PAID PRESS TOO Several hogs slaughtered here Remlttaaee Mailed oa D7 Shipment u Receired first of the week. MUCH FAITH the No Commission to Pay Mrs. Cetta Nell returned to guarantees that their requireWrite for Pries List awl Shipping TaK Columbia, last Friday, several ments will be fulfilled. H. Sabel & Sons IjUnMil I'' IllW Ifrfoj Official announcement is ma d That Is the Way Robert Nobley weeks visit with her children. Fk' EiUWuied 1S5S barperated Reposes Confidence in that the reply to the collective Several wagons, well loaded LOUISVILLE. KY. Tanlac. note presented by the Entente with tobacco, pasaed through Ministers has been delivered to here last week, enroute for ays: Louisville, Ky., 'Nov 30. Koberfc Greensburg.- them. The announcement DR. JAS. TAYLOR, Mobley, who is probably "The reply is couched in very Mrs. Millie Hill and daughter, Has located in Columbia friendly terms and gives satis- restaurant proprietor in raade an interesting statement recent- Rtith, visited relatives in Co- faction of the demands of the ly regarding- the '"benefits' nVhad ob- lumblaone day last week. and will do a General tained through the use of Tanlac. Entente Powers and all guaran- practice. S trpng .Hill, is nearing jcompje-tib- n r j. ,,. He said: "tees considered essential." Residence' on Burkesville Sfree.r. qi n"is iew saw mill on Price's "Any man or woman, who is now was, is very loolistf to creekV Office In Butler Building The collective note was pre- suffering as I' This mill willjbe a great Tae on Public Squaresuffering: when Taniac-'casented to the Greek government go on help to the people of that! com had. 83 on Tuesday. As outlined in "For the past few years I have not munity. "Just What HgjJ Kg HENRY W. DEPP, I Want!" official dispatches, it contained enjoyed the very best of health. I Silas Cain, one of ourbest far- JKjv was not real sick, but I was in a high'Give me cake made Qe no request for Greek interven- ly nervous rundown condition, and mers, has made a finejerop of DOj with Calumet I know what KqC DJBIN'J-'ISTQOw I'm getting I know it's gVj tion in the war with the Allies, couldn't sleep well at nights. corn this year. Up to this time, Bftt pure, wholesome, nourishing, OQl p&QJ Am permanently located in Co "I had that tired out feeling and but asked Greece to give assurQQt tempting and tasty. was weary of everything most of the we understand he has? cribbed Kg "It's all in Calumet's won- - j&0 ance that she would preserve her raising lumbia. over two hundred barrels and is Dm derful leavening and puritj. (Ovi time. l&Q jO power its absolute friendly attitude in case the al"My blood did net seem to circulate not through gathering. raga Use Calumet for uniform CqQ All Classes of Dental work done. Crow PMU results and economy." lied troops now in Macedonia properly, and I felt chilly and all out f?Q5 J. A. Diddle came in from HO Received HisHest Awards Bun sorts, especially with a change of de and Inlay work a Specialty. WrbgH should be compelled to retreat of h'ca Cwi Bui Fnr BO'S weather. Can. Sit Sllf i rennd KkSI Adairville, the first of the week, LJQB All Work Guaranteed across the frontier to Greek ter"Some days ago 1 learned of this and will remain several .weeks, ritory. Tanlac, and the work the medicine is Office over G. VV Lowe's doing convinced me that I ought to seeing after his outstanding af London, Nov. 25. Although give a Shoe Store it trial. I got a bottle of it. I fairs. r the full text of he Greek gov- - took a dose of the medicine right Robert 0. Keltner sold his farm DOT t$ lifBVTHeTRUSK ernment's reply to. the collective away and another dose at night. That night I slept fine, and next morning last week, to George Dudley for M.-Jone- s notes presented by . the Entente I felt fine. th& consideration p$l,250. This Powers had not yet been made "My nerves are now. as steady as Veeriparynrgton" and Dentist is known as the Coffey farm in publican England, ther.e.is evjery can be. I feel vigorous and am in Eve Specialist any this section. We are Sglad to good Tanlac is indication that the .British Gov thing spirits. have used. unlike I ever Special attention given Diseases of all I "believe it- have Mr. Dudley andf amily in ernment is satisfied with the anybody who wilLlve IK a : Domestic Animals our community. fair trial like X did. I cannot .taken, at Athens. The OfiQce at Residence, 1 mileorfown, on too much faith in such a medi- , Arthur' Curry and family, who " 5. given by Greece, . differ cine." Jamestown' ' '? ' have been living in this commun114 G. in marked degree from the pre- .Tanlac, -- the premier preparation, Columbia, Ky. vious expressions of benevolent is sold iq.Columbia, at Page & Tay- ity for the past two 6rthfee drug store. Adv. years, will move in a short time neutrality. They are neither lor's into the community of Sparks-villBusiness Pho el3'A Ketldeace vague nor evasive, but promise Mr. Curry has rented a explicitly that no military meas- ing this position. In the South N. MURRELL ures will be taken against the where the allied troops are oper- fann in that section. We regret Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not DR. money. Calnmetdoes it'sPnre save you Serbian, French or British troops ating, the situation is unchanged. to lose these good people. and far superior to sour milk and soda. IDENTISTj Mr? and Mrs. J. K.JlRodgers, they retreat to Greek tern case Geneva, Nov. 25, Via Paris. ritory. Office, Front rooms in Jcmies B'l'd'g The arrival of seven regiments of Keltner, spent Thanksgiving Neatsburg. day with Mr. and Mrs. Joel Whether this guaranty of safe- of German troops at Prilep, Serup Stain. troops will carry bia, is annonnced by the news- Rodgers. of our city. ty to the allied Farmers are about through Columbia, - Kentucky The committee that arranged Greece to the extent of opposing paper in what purports to be disgathering corn with her army .any German patches received from Bucharest. the church at Union for ThanksJ. B. Stone J. H. Stone "Mr. and Mrs. W F. Grant were forces which might attempt to There have been reports that giving services, is to be compliSaturday. pursue the allies across the Greek the advance upon Monastir was mented for their good taste. Ev in Columbia last Stone & Stone, Messrs Cleve aod Noel Thomborder probably will not be as- delayed ofter the capture of Pri erything was in perfect order r, certained until ML details are lep by the Bulgars to await the and the exercises of the day were as, of Milltown, visited their Attonty-At'UMrs. L "C, Breedingjflast received in regard to the assur- arrival of German troop3, as it good. "" r"--Q Will praaice m ances given by Greece. From was feared the occupation by the Ed Bill, student of the L. W. week;' ? trL. the optimistic tone ofc Athens Bulgarians of a town so near the T. S. of Columbia, spent last Mrf Gilpin theur' buyer, 'was this and adjoffliag counties. last TuesdayS ,'& despatches to London, however, Greek border might cause unrest week at his home in our city, in : Kentucky Jamstown, it may be inferred Greece has in Greece. putting in the week gathering Misses Lela Beard and Fannie yielded on every essential point Evans are visiting relatives : and Copenhagen, Nov. 25 (via Lon- corn. friends at Dunnville this week. their father, the late Joe M. raised by the allies. The Greek don.) A telegram received here W. L. Grady is having a new situation, therefore, is regarded from Berlin says that welljjut down this week. Messrs. Eld. Wyatt Montgomery, of Thomas. Mr. Eldwin Hardwick, as having been cleared finally. great consignments of heavy Yates and son, of Columbia, are Campbellsville, preached a very County Surveyor, is doing some Military event in the Balkans Japanese guns are arriving daily doing the work. While in con interesting sermon at Tabernacle surveying for them. appear to be marching swiftly to Miss Clara Stotts, who has at Odessa, on the Black Sea versation with Mr. Grady a few last Monday night. conclusion disastrous to Serbia. a coast of Russia. It is inferred days ago, in regard to growing Misses Violet Hardwick and been teaching school here, left The approaches to the historic of Russian forces in corn, he informed us that he had Florence Beard were the pleas- last week for Georgia where she battlefield of Kossovo plain, the Balkan campaign is to begin just completed gathering one ant guests of Misses Gertrude will teach. which, were expected to form a shortly. piece of his ridge land, consistin- and Flora Neat Thanksgiving. Mr. Ralph Shirley left last strong defensive line seriously about twelve acres, that Mrs. Nannie Bryant and Miss week for Texas. Berlin, Nov. 25 (via London.) g-of delaying the advance of the inLarge numbers of Serbians he gathered twelve barrels off. of Mattie Evans visited relatives Mrs. Luther Thomas is visitvaders, already has been trawere captured by the Austro-Germa-n said land per acre, Saturday till ing relatives in this community. nearColumbia from versed. In the ensuing battle forces at Mitrovitza and what the fowls of the air and Monday. the Serbians are reported to have Rev. Leonard Squires comto withstand the Pristina, the occupation of which the turkeys of the town devoured. I Mr.-!-; C. Breeding andwife menced a protracted meeting at been unable iVi--cjit.iiC-- - Cwa6,anmouiicedy esterday-- : The If a ny ene cm beat thfeif ar.xlge Srayfeittaif MrandMra.nL'?S.' lixt tt.-.8UUC&. UJ. luc awbac&, una vary are Sulphur Spring last Wednesday War Office announced the land in the county let us hear Breeding, of Columbia. now said to be in retreat toward night. through the News. capture of 10,000 Serbians at M- from-thethe Albanian border. Since the Misses Ruth and Ann Lizzie Milltown. fall of Pristina and Mitrovitza itrovitza and 7,400 at Prisma. Squires visited their sister, Mrs. I keep on bands a fall stock of the Keys to the Serbian deDohoney, last Saturday coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep The health of this community Kate Bear This in Hind. fensive position, final Serbian renight and Sunday. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and is very good at this writing. treat has been regarded as inev- "I consider Chamberlain's Cough two hearses. Prompt service nlghtf or Virgil Montgomery sold itable. Remedy by far the best medicine in Mefsre. Luther and Irvin Mr Residence Phone 36, office day. Thomts, of ,DenkoD, Txast and his farm to Mr. Jesse Mam. In the absence of late informa the market lor cold's and croup," says phene98. tion concerning the situation at Mrs. Albert Bloeeer, Lima, Ohio. Mr. Cleve Thomas, of Corbis, Price unknown. J.;T. Triptett, Many others Born, to the wife-o- f Aim this community " Itchnik Pass it may he as- Sold by Paullare of the same opinion. Ad1 Columb ia, ' X y . Ky., are in A&v Drug Co. Turner, a boy. sumed the Serbians are still hoTd to wind up the ttate of v jX r 'K the-oldest tWs-.cit- yr - . f - - --- : - Kj I mmmm L. f -- pq-sitio- n will-hel- p ex-pre- ss ces road--Phon- e e. Phone-13- J. " - sis-te- w ; ouir-mids- t to-da- y -- besides -- ri U to-d- ay 45-l- jr pre-pari- ng i. V- -