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This Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock, Last Thursday night Mr. T. P. The Methodist Church was The program for the week of prayer Mr. William T. Walker, who lived given by The usual recital last Sunday night, the occasion be- two miles west of Columbia, died sud- will begin on Sunday night, January pupils of the music and expression Martin, a road engineer, and Miss the Train- Winnie Barbee, daughter of Mr. and ing a sermon by Presiding Elder S. G. denly at his home. He was about 2, 1916, at the Methodist Church, and department of Lindsay-Wilso- n years old and was one of will continue through the week. All ing School last Monday evening, drew Mrs. S. D. Barbee, were married in Shelley, who is known to be a very sixty-fou- r Jeffersonville, Ind. The groom came able minister. He read the 4th chap- Adair county's best citizens. He was the people of Columbia and vicinity a large number of patrons and friends and was highly enjoyed by all present. to Campbellsville about three months ter of Neamlah and his text was in the never married, and lived on a farm are cordially invited to attend these The musical numbers given by ago, stopping at the hotel in that city 6th verse of the same chapter, "And with his two sisters. When death services. 1. Sunday night at the Methodist Strange, which was being run by Mr. Barbee. they all had a mind to work." He came no one was in the dwelling but Misses Damron, Harris, Miss Winnie and Mr. Martin soon be handled his subject in a masterly way, the two sisters, and on account of the Church. Subject Reconciliation S. Bryant, Walls, Feese, McFarland, were came friends and their friendship making out of it one of the most help- early hour, it took some time to G. Shelley. Comer, Wagoner, Buster, Willan 2. Monday night at the Baptist taken from the best composers, and ripened into love which terminated ful sermons heard fh this town for a arouse neighbors. long time. When the congregation The deceased was a consistent Church. Subject U n i t y of the way in which they were rendered in their union. the About ten days ago Mr. Barbee dis- was dismissed there was but one ex- member of the Presbyterian Church, Church throughout the World Z. T. by these young ladies displayed much posed of his hotel and when the mar pression, "that was a great sermon, had been for many years Every body Williams and H. C. Bauer. talent as well as careful training. 3. Tuesday night at the Christian The reading "I'm Good," and the riage occurred, Mrs. Barbee and Miss and I feel better because of hearing feels for the two sisters, who have Church. Subject Temperance O. Winnie were en route to Princeton, it." lost a devoted brother, one whose pantomime "Comin Thru The Eye,", B. West. Ky., Mr. Martin leaving Campbellswhole life has been spent in efforts to by little Maxine Moss, delighted the ville with them. Beaching Louisville 4. Wednesday night at the PresbyCharles Chaplin's Comedies make them live happily and contentaudience. Subject Christian the contracting parties gave Mrs. ed. He was a kind neighbor, one terian Church. In addition to these selections menBarbee the slip, went to Jeffersonville who will be greatly missed, a son Stewartship O. P. Bush and O. M. tioned, the bright little sketch enThe "best yet," variety, Friday night. of Lysander Walker deceased Johnson. titled "Six Cups of Chocolate" was where they were majie one. They are now at the Enterprise Unless you want to laugh for an hour 5. Thursday night at the U B. charmingly given by Misses Cook, Notice Subject Church. Prayer W. K. Jackson, Wilborn Hotel, Louisville, where they have don't come to see these pictures. Coffey, McFarland, Waggoner and F. J. Barger. taken rooms Mr. Martin's mother reand Murphy. It will be a great favor to us, if G. Friday night at the Methodist The Loose Leaf House. These pupils . are all under Miss sides in Louisville and conducts a those who are owing us accounts, will Church. Subject located on Broadway. Prince of Peace in Gwendolyn Bayless, who isa very su- boarding-hous- e settle, as we have a few obligations to Victory and glory T. Huffaker and We trust that this marriage will perior teacher by first of year. Respt, bring happiness to all concerned. O. P. Bush. The Greensburg Loose Leaf House meet Stults & Co Saturday night to be arranged for has been doing a fine business from For Sale. Garrison Bros, are headquarters for the day of the opening. Last Thurslater. Got the Men. Fancy and Stick Candies and all kinds day a repieseutative of W. R. Waggoner, this paper was Some time ago, in Cumberland coun My farm one mile east of Columbia, of fruits. in attendance for a short time, findO. P. Bush, on Russell Creek. One hundred and ing the house like a bee hive, every ty, wm. ADney ana two or nis sons C. B. West, Father Objects. seventy-fiv- e acres, at a bargain. Also body being busy, and there is a large badly stabbed a man named Glass Z. T. Williams, my house and lot in Columbia. T. Huffaker. number of hands employed in receiv- They were arrested and gave bond to Scott Montgomery. Committee. A special dispatch f rem Greensburg ing the weed. The sales last week await the action of the grand jury. and every Before court they jumped their bond to a Louisville daily Tuesday said: were very satisfactory, Tobacco Market Brisk. Claiming that she is being restrained thing points to an increased business and fled the county. Hearing that Last Notice. in her home against her will, Miss during the season. L. M. Vance is they were in the Ozark Mountains, Bessie Rogers, 21 years old, today ap- the President, A. W. Howard General Mo., the necessary papers were sent Editor News: The Graded School tax for the year Manager, and Ed Dobson, Secretary, and arrests made. The Sheriff of Greensburg tobacco market running plied for a writ of habeas corpus namall men of character, good business Cumberland county, Mr. W. H. Jones 1915 is now about 3 months past due. as the person who is ing her in full capacity. Heretofore we have denying father rightful freedom. The men, and larmers can rest assured was notified and he and his deputy, a lam going to make settlement of her been greatly cramped for prizing fayoung woman says she wants to be- that their interest will be protected. Mr. Price, went after the fugitives, same the 1st of January and will procilities and baskets. We have now Haul your tobacco to the Greensburg arriving here with them last Sunday ceed to levy between now and then overcome this by installing hydraulic come the bride of a young man in that Loose Leaf House, thereby patron- morning, en route to Burkesville. for all unpaid taxes. You can save that pressure, and have added to our stock city but is unable to marry because izing a home enterprise. cost by paying. objects and will not grant one carload of baskets and are now her father 81t. Bruce Montgomery, Treas. W. A. M. liberty. Miss Rogers is the daugh prepared to take care of our patrons her C. W. Rogers. The family is For Sale. with the least congestion possible. ter of For Cash. The following officers were elected one of the best known in Green counPrices remain steady on Burley and ty. for 191G, by the Modern Woodmen of 3 cans 3 lb Tomatoes 25c slight advanca on dark. We will close A" piano. Columbia Camp No. 12502, on Monday Will sell cheap. 3 cans 3 lb Kraut our market on Thursday, December 25c night, Dec. 13. 1915: Mrs M. Cravens t Boards and Fence posts for sale at 3 cans Salmon. 25c 23rd, and open on Tuesday, December Consul, H. A. Hurt Casey Jones More. 3 cans corn 25c 28th, and continue through the seaAdvisor,, W. E. Willis Last week we came in from Camptf. 1 00 son, however, we hope to receive to Granulated Sugar 15 lbs - whose Banker, J. W. Walker bellsville with a gentleman, Victor Toy Oats 3 pkgs 25c bacco during the holidays. Clerk, J. C. Strange home is in Adair county, but who The recital given by Miss Alice has been living in Illinois He said 83.50 Rockers 3 00 Escort, J. A. Hill Gill & Waggener have a number of Walker's and Mrs. Ray Montgomery's 32.50 Rockers 2 00 that it made him sick when he read Watchman, Leon Levi is nice articles suitable for Christmas pupils, at the Graded School, last Sat- in The News $1.00 shirts 75c Sentry, E L Feese county had Adair presents. In passing around the urday afternoon, was highly enjoyed voted against that bond issue for road Camp Physician, Dr. C. M. Russell Grand Pa's Soap 7 cakes 25c the by tile many who were present. The purposes. He square observe. their show- window. 15 cent Chili Sauce 10c Board of Managers, W. H. Shaw and said if the people of k pupils all showed advancement and Big assortment of Christmas Cancounty, who are living in the P. P. Dunbar this evinced much talent. Miss Walker dies and Fruits. McLean's Store. Laiue County Herald expresses is a skilled pianist, a fine instructor, mud, would go and see what good The Wanted roads are doing for a country, they Three shows at the Parlor Circle our sentiment when it says: "We ana cases aaeugnm aavancing ner be glad to vote for the proposi- hope every person in this town and pupils. Mrs. Montgomery is a fineK. good Jersey milch cow this week, Thursday, Friday and SaturTo buy a this whole community will be eating reader and a splendid instrutor, and tion. from 4 to 7 years old. Write, day nights. The one Friday night will turker on Christmas day. Some may her pupils are delighted with her as a t. C. E. Smith, Fonthill, Ky. be ail comedy, the Chaplin reels Fresh meats at Garrison Bros. not care for turkey as well as for a fat teacher. chicken, but we hope they clean up a I. 0. 0. F. Notice. turkey just the same. We have come Whitman's Special Christmas box Mr. H. E. Baker, who was born and On last Thursday night, Dec. 16th, This Is to notify the friends who to look upon Christmas as a national candies on display at reared in Columbia, a son of Mr. SamFlowers & Patteson's. turkey day, and we don't know of any uel M. Baker, who was a prominent 1915, the Independent Order of Odd subscribed toward helping pay off the thing in the feed line that makes the merchant of this place, during his life Fellows of Columbia Lodge, No. 230, indebtedness on the United Brethren The new Christian church, Monti-cell- time, was critically ill at his home, in elected the following officers for the church in Columbia, Ky., that you so good as average fellow feel quite was dedicated last Sunday week. Campbellsville, last week. His uncle year 1916: will find your subscriptions at the the knowledge that he is leaving the T. E. Jeffries. Bank of Columbia. Anyone wishing N. G. spiked bones of a fine large turkey be- It is a very handsome edifice and was Mr. J. E. Murrell, visited him last n V. G. J. C. Strange. to settle same will please call at Thursday and Friday, and he also conhind him. So here's hoping the tur- built by Mr. J. 0. Miller, the Adair county contractor who sulted the attending physician, who R. S. H. A. Hurt. the above named place. We are in key graces your own table. is temporarily located at Campbells- held out but little hope. He is a vicRay Flowers. need of money now to meet some of Treas. ville, having the contract to build the tim of heart and stomach trouble. our obligations on said church, and For Sale. At the Baptist Church. Christian church in that city. would appreciate it if you could see All his children have reached his bedmare mules at PortSix your way clear to help us. side, but two sons who are in the far 7 cakes of Lenox Soap for 25c at Friday afternoon, December 24th, R L. Davis, land, Ky. O. B. West, Pastor. West. Garrison Bros. at 2:30 o'clock we hope to see every Columbia, Ky. member of the Baptist Sunday School To Gasoline Engine Owners. Xmas Tree. The steady rains, last Thursday and and members of the Baptist church The Columbia Library has been Friday, raised all the water courses, in the Sunday School auditorium of We have a full - stock of igniter moved from Dr. Triplett's office to on many roads stopping travel. The There will be a Christmas tree at You springs for Fairbanks engines. of the County Supt., and late hack from Campbellsville failed Neatsburg church Xmas eve, Dec. the church. Be sure to come the office will miss a treat if you fail. T. G. Rasner & Son. will be opened on Saturday afternoon to get here Friday night, on account 24th, at 1 o'clock, in the afternoon. O. P. Bush, pastor. from two to four o'clock. Books will of the water running over the pike at Lodge Room Removed. not be received by the Superintend- Green river bridge. Last week Mr. S. D. Barbee purSee our line of books. NothiDg more ent, only by the regular Librarian. chased of Mr. Jo Sandusky, the resi- appreciated, for gifts. Columbia Camp No 12502 M. W. A., I now have on hand pumps of all dence, in which the latter is now re- lt Ten-Ced have Store. Wilson's the Odd Fellows Whitman's box candids, the best on kinds for any depth well. Come and siding, on the street leading to the Lodge room for 1916, and will hold the market, at Mr. G W. Redman, of Campbells- their next meeting at said Hall, over see my stock before you buy. fairgrounds, for 81,000. Mr. Barbee Flowers & Patteson's. S. F. Eubank. ville, accidentally got one of his hands Garrison Bros, Store. All Modern 6 4t will remove from Campbellsville and cut by a cornstalk about ten days ago. Woodmen are hereby notified of the take possession the first of January. The freshet carried off a lot of corn in The people of Casey county are elat The first of last week blood poison change, so remember the meeting ed over the start to pike building. the bottoms. Mrs Mary Biggs, who setup,and-fo- r a day-o- r two his con place on Monday night, Dec. 27, 1915. We have books and we don't "want to About one mile of the new pike- - has lives in the suburbs of Columbia, lost keep them, so come and get them out dition was somewhat alarming. Fribeen completed at a cost of $500. The twenty or thirty barrels. day there was a decided change for of our way. The W M. TJ.. of the Baptist Casey County News says that some the better, and it is now believed he church will meet at the home of Mrs.' Wilson's Ten-CeStore. "X Latest hits in Standard Sheet Music, one put a report out that it was costing will be all right in a few day. Mr. Bush next Thursday afternoon, De. t 10 cents. Wilson's Store. 9100 a foot, which was radically incorThe News will be published next Redman's Adair county friends will cember 23rd. rect. Quarterly meeting of the M. E. week, on time. We have arranged for be glad to learn that he will soon be The time for the singing at Zion Rev. the force to take a little Christmas, himself. Church. South, next Saturday. Arbuckle coffee 20c. at has been changed from Saturday afS. G. Shelley will preach a Christmas i getting the work in shape so asnot to Garrison Bros, will appreciated an ternoon to Sunday afternoon DecemGarrison Bros. sermon at 11, a. m., and he "will also miss an issue. order from you, no matter how small, ber 26. preach on Sunday, forenoon and eve7'2b There is no definite clue to the thief The hog market is fluctuating. In all probability the business of ning. Every body Invited. Mr. J. B. Beard, who Ms an Adair who entered Albin Murray's store They are selling on foot, from 5 to 6 Columbia and in the other towns in county man, became the Friday night and stole 7 or 8 dollars. the county will be dull from now un The Jamestown Basket Ball team cents. proprietor ojt the Campbellsville Hoon account of bad roads. failed to reach Columbia last Friday til spring, all " Fifty theosaRd beards for sale at tel, reports that he is getting a fair We again call upon all those who When bad roads come neither tne night, on account of high waters. run of custom, and that he is very are indebted to this office to call beLlndsey-Wilso- n Casey Jenes Stere. nor the business men can do T?hey will play the farmers well satisfied. later tween now and the first of the year. tf much. j 7-- 7-- 7-- - -- 7-- 2t 7-- 2t. t. o, well-know- 8-2- t. 7-- 2t 8-- 8-- nt sub-rente- 7-- 2t. 8-l- tr. nt Ten-Cen- 7-- 2t who-recentl- 7-- f X. v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS busy collecting t)ur belongings and getting ready for our return trip. Just here we are told au-tarewaiting, then a hustle for Interest- our baggage, and we are gone. A Trip to California and Other One Year Six Months Made a whirl wind run to the ing Places. SantaFe railroad depot, had our boarded a tickets valuated, transport and we are now cross(CONTINUED from last week)..dff ing the bay. A very nice trip Daily By Mail (Not Sunday) and at 9 o'clock p. m., longer stay, So this ends! a re- this ttas, And now comes the exciteAND our boat blew for the landing, ment. What is it to do? You say markable day, many things about and as we drew up we gathered the blowing up of a warship out it I could say, but time will not our grips, hurried out and found in California Bay. Just here I admit, so I will soon have to quit. our same steel pullman car waitA Great Monthly Magazine had better tell you what was ex- Just a word about our Iron dads ing for us. Good night. pected and looked for. It was a they went out slowly, were not This is Tuesday, August the sham battle between the land mad, but you know just as well 17th. I am up early this mornAND forces at the Barracks and the as I, they will correct something ing, and find that we are in one naval soldiers with a part of the or try. I do not know their des- of the finest farming countries I land forces helpingr'the blue jack- tination, but they are represen- ever saw. You will remember Special ftate Period Limited to These Two ets out. I never saw anything tatives of our nation, in them I now that we are on the SantaFe Months. carried out more minutely. To take a good deal of pride, but on or Southern route. We passed start this fun and show they them I don't want to ride. They through Fresno and other nice Splendid Combination at a Little Over HaIf blew up a warship. You know are gone now to parts unknown, places. We are now in Kearn the Regular Price. the soldiers were called out and may turn up at some zone. Now county. In this county we saw were hurriedly drilled and the I hope you will be very quiet, more hogs than we have seen Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted ditches on the battlefield were for I am going in for the night. only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent leaving nome. beverai This is Sunday morning, and I since quickly filled. At this time there in this district. corrals of horses, lots of cattle comes in sight six boats of sol- think it best to stay in and take and some very nice mules We diers just to fight. The land a much needed rest. Mr. Rob- are certainly delighted with this batteries opened fire. Soon I ertson and myself have a very part of. the county. Since laying Columbia, Kentucky. delightful day. After the noon heard bombs higher. I was our pencil down we have gone COTRIER-JOURNA- L Co., Louisville, Ky. watching the battle out just be- hour, we, in company with Mr. through some very fine wheat fore my eyes. Then j was there Bruner and Mr. Springgate took land as we suppose it to be from came a great bomb from the a long walk out through the sol- the amount of wheat and straw skies. About this time I saw at diers' camp and home. They I saw scattered along the road. just as hot as blazes, I want you it was light to see the country, a distance something coming, seemed to be having a jolly good On two occasions I saw wagons to know, but on through we had instead of it still being hot, we Looked black. It was a rapid time. A guide went with us to loaded with wheat and drawn by is tunnel were in a different atmosphere to go, and now this fire gun coming around the race show us through. Many are liv- ten big mules. The amount of number two just so thankful altogether. The first thing we ing in tents while a good many track. wheat on a wag an, I have "no when we got through, and this tell you about are the beautiful It is hard for me to keep very are living in houses. We saw way of telling, but would think is tunnel number three the cedarj and pines, cedars ornawell connected and to give you cannon balls by the thousands. several hundred bushels. Here we longest one yet, it seemed to me. mental, and the pines large and all of it just as would be expect- We covered a good deal of ground stopped for breakfast, I picked Now we enter tunnel number plentiful. Grass and oat fields ed. About the time half over They have sixteen hundred acres up a paper and see an account of four. I am made to wonder if were looking green here. At and in the midst of the fun, I in their grounds. No other mat- the kidnapping of Leo M. Franks, there is more, and as sure as you daylight I saw wolves or antesaw four big mules in a wagon ters for the day. Jennie and and after the meal we moved on, are alive we now com to tunnell lopes, or something of the kiod coming as fast as they could run. Katie left this morning, for passed new settler camping in number five. At this time I get running out across the fields. I will leave here toThey made a small circle and tents, women and childrenin front in a fix. The porter says: "Here There were many attractions was driven up to the gate. morrow for New Mexico. of the tents and the men holding is tunnell number six," and of along the railroad. I also saw As this is TVIonday, Aug. the There they stood in a tremble, horses to graze. I was made to course I knew the next was sev- two bunches of wild horses grazbut did not have long to wait. I 16th, and the day we leave the imagine what hardships and pri- en, and besides, he says there ing at a distance. I saw several saw "two men running with a city, we have several things to do vations some people are still unare eleven. Now it will be plain- mill sets where pine lumber had stretcher in their hand. Saw and see about, as well as a sick dergoing, even in the southwest. ly seen that in all there were been sawed. Then we came to a them loading up something. They man to look after one of our While many have grown rich and just eighteen. It is simply won- mining camp, many of the mincame out with a man, and load- party, Mr. Willie Simmons, is others doing well, there are derful going through those hills ors living in car boxes near the ed him into the wagon. They sick, and we are anxious that he many who are driving and drift- and mountains, but we are now road. And then we came to a hurried back again, bringing out gets well enough to go back as ing fromv point to point, and crossing the great California very fine body of pine trees and the wounded and also the slain. we do. As before stated, sever- their very appearance would in- Desert. If you want me to de- at the edge of the woods The wagon is now loaded and the al things to see to, I did not go dicate to you what privations scribe it, I'll do the bet I can. I counted twenty carloads of logs In the after- they battle is really on, the blue jack- to the Fair are undergoing." We then You look as far as your eyes will all ready loaded to be pulled into ets jumped the fence and the noon I made a trip out in town. ran into Barstow. Here we let you and there is nothing but the mill which I saw just down Went out on the heights, Like ambulance is gone. wait-ovyou the railroad a bit, and where have a short for the sand. You look on ahead of Now, about this sham battle. ly some of you don't know that Southern train from Los Angeles, thinking that you see a lake, but I saw more lumber sawed out, There will be much said about San Francisco is on a hill. Well which has part of our Kentucky when you get there you find that than I ever saw before in one Ahe blowing up of a ship and the this is true, at least a good part crowd in the person of Katie, it is all a fake. On and on we go place. There was certainly many carrying away of the dead. Now of it is up on a tableland, so I as- Jennie, Mrs. Minnie Sweets, Miss up or across this sandy desert. million feet. Then we came to there is one thing I must say be- cended to the top, walked quite Osborn Bell Rhodes, Mr. Bruner I suppose you have heard of the a nice, new town named Flagfore it is too late. I saw three a distance viewing the city and and Mr. Stuart- We now reach hot winds of the West? We are staff. This was the most invitwarships go out at the Golden then came back to the top of the the mountains again and find a now finding out something about ing little place I have yet seen. Gate. The sight will be long re- incline, and here, no doubt, I new railroad being built, at least them, and while writing and Just thought if I had time I membered. Just why, I don't viewed the lake and ships for the grading being done, steam looking saw a lonely man drivI would like to stop off awhile and know, They went out very quiet- my last time. San Francisco is shovels and scrapers being used. ing two small horses to a wagon investigate, but the train moved ly. May be gone to Mexico. a large city. Its population is Sand was being loaded on cars with trunk, cupboard and some on and I was too late. We then Those incidents occurred so fast about four hundred and thirty-si- x with this shovel, and mules "were chairs in it. He looked so hot ran up to Winslow and took thousand, and while observI could not get them all, and being worked in a breast to and weary worn, and if there breakfast. We were told that six while watching the ships, I heard ing the city as I did, I could not scrapers. We saw six of those was any place within one hunmiles south, there were petrified the bugle call. So the events of help being impressed with the teams grading at one place, and dred miles for him to stop I forest trees that had fallen one this day are past, all but the r, different furnishings of the to a fellow on a train it looked failed to see it. and I undertook hundred years ago, lay as they forever will its memory last. houses, not only the material like they meant business. And to see every thing in sight that fell, a petrified rock.. I feel sure they will. My soldier used, but the mechanical finish- again I am reminded what a was worth seeing. We found more unoccupied terboy! my soldier boy! listen, to ings all kinds of material used, wonderful country this is. This nearing the Ar- ritory in Arizona than any other We were now of shapes your command, lay all political and put up in stop is called Callycut. izona line, here we crossed the place outside the Great Desert. place we no modern plan used. I am differences down and for your Our porter informed me-- that in Colorado river and night drove There is so much rock near the country stand. Be honest sol- told they have in this city two Spanish it meant warm. Well, I me in, and I have no more to say surface. However, we have seen dier boy, always faithful and thousand and eight churches. had already pulled my coat, so I for the present. So, I was up several herds of cattle today.' true; the day will soon come 'Their steep streets are graded or take it he is right. We had daylight Wednesday morn- We also saw numbers and numwhen we will have use for you. layed with rock, from the sea passed some mountain ranges goats being- herded the ing, August the 18th, having bers of have the appearance shore and So good night soldier boy, same as cattle and sheep. We. and struck, a very hot valley, and gone through a good part of Ar- - saw cow boys going and coming. morrow I go away. I am de- of a crazy quilt. Now! stop for while complaining of the hot sun lighted with yqa, wish, I could upper;" After the jheal we get we go info tunnell number one izona while asleep.. Was up before (To bcontintwd next week.) HISTORICAL PAPER. os $4.00 $2.00 V - Courier Journal Farm and Family During January February Only i al JOHW W. FLOWERS, lit Los-Angele- I to-da- y. er - , -- sol-.die- all-kin- be-fo- re - I .- - 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHINCKIN . koOFING I can say my bowels are much SINCE TAKING PERUNA r nil. I. KENTUCKY'S STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ROADS (By Hon. James B. McCreary, Governor of Kentucky.) A State Department of Public Roads was advocated by me when I was a candidate for Governor of If., more regular. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized My heart is and Printed. stronger. Also Elwood and American Fence. My appetite is Steel Fence Posts much better. DEHLEP BROS. CO. My throat Is . ;ncornorated much better. 112-11- - IHIMMH' in m HS!HHBfeil8tjBB 6 Eaal MatkcT trceif Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve viewllotour Plant writes: "I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say that it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and Mrs. William H. Hinchliffe, 20 Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass., throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the work I can do. I do not think too much praise can he said for Peruna." Those who object .to fluid medicines can now procure Peruna Tablets. Kentucky. After I was elected I recommended in my message to the I General Assembly the enactment of a law providing for a Department of Public Roads, and an appropriation and a proper and comprehensive act was passed. The people of Kentucky are in favor of good roads. They know that good roads mean a decrease in the expense of hauling products to market and in getting goods home from the place of purchase. They know that good roads increase the value of farms, mean better access to schools and to churches, and better and more attractive environments. The Commissioner of Public Roads appointed by me has been active and successful in his organization. He has sent bulletins and literature and has furnished plans rested on the charge of making make but that it will consider out fraudulent witness claims. any proposition made by the He is in jail at Frankfort and Central Powers. has been unable to give bond. Dr. J. G. McGlone, Circuit Clerk Great Britian announces that of Carter county, has been arit has no peace propositions to Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- Cough Medicine for Children. Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N Y says: "About five years ago when we "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes 8f Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, McCreary was given a banquet upon his arrival at his old home in Richmond in which R9publicans as well as Democrats participated. Ex-Govern- Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog or For your cold, for your cough, for your feverish throat, nose and head, Honey use Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r cuts soothes the irritation, the phlegm, thus relieving congestion Pine Tar also acts as an antiseptic, as a result general relief follows. Breathing becomes easier and further inflammation is arrested. Insist on Dr. Bell's It Is an ideal treatment. Price 25c at Paull Drug Pine-Tar-Honey. Pine-Tar-Honey. were living in Garbutt, N. Y., I doctored two of my children suffering from colds with Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy and found it just as represented in every way. It promptly checked their coughing and cured their colds quicker than anything I ever used." For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Co. Adv. The Adair County News, Danger Signal. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, Columbia Druggist Pleases Cus If the fire bell should ring would The Housewife, tomers. Reliable Poultry Journal, you run and stop it or go and help to Farm Journal. put out the fire? It is much the same All the papers for one, except The Paull Drug Co-- , reports customway with a cough, A cough is a dan. the last named and that will be sent ers greatly pleased with Quick action to stop a fire bell when it is ringing, want them suhscribe at once. but should cure the disease tha t causes Fire at Ghent, Wednesday the coughing. This can nearly always night, came near destroying the be done by taking Chamberlain's estiCough Remedy. Many have used it whole town. The loss is with the most beneficial results. Ib is aspecially valuable for the most ben eficial results. aged 65, of Clubbing Offer. Clarkson, Grayson county, was killed.by an ax in the hands of For a short time we make the fol lowing offer, one of the best we have her husband, it is supposed, as ever given to the readers of the News. he has recently been discharged Here is the proposition: from an insane asylum. Mrs. Bina Pearl, Dr. Morgan Vance, one of Kentucky's mo9t celebrated physicians and surgeons died at his home in Louisville last week ter a long illness. af- jas. b. Mccreary Former Governor of Kentucky. and specifications and estimates of cost for many bridges and made many surveys for site3, assisted in road and bridge building, and the sentiment In favor of good public roads has been greatly strengthThe law creating the department set aside from the license tax on automobiles, which constitutes the State Road Fund, the amount which has been necessary to make the road service efficient. The new road law in Kentuck has met but little opposition, and where it has been given a fair and impartial trial by county officials, and the county road engineers have been given an opportunity to perform their duties unhampered, it has been entirely satisfactory. The State of Kentucky no doubt will continue the progressive poli cies so successfully instituted. A system of good roads is the basis of the country's progress and' upon this largely depends Its material development and prosperity. Public roads have been compared to the veins and arteries In the human body, by which the circulation is carried on, and when they are clogged, or are not in good condition, the usual functions are im: peded and vitally diminished. I am in favor o the United States Government aiding, to a proper extent, in the building of roads. Large amounts of money are appropriated annually by Congress for rivers and harbors, for irrigation ami fnr envernment bulldines. and "in the same line Congress should appropriate money to aid in the construction of public roads. This can never be an Ideal country it is interlaced with a. network of highways and the highways so marked as to direct the traveler which road to take to reach his. destination. to live in until A man who is opposed to road improvement is worth about a3 much to- a locality as a safety razor Is to a col ... " ored-ma- n ened. !SXsXsK5SSsex AH About The Legislature The gersignalasmuchasafire bell. You for five years. of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, $1.65 takes the entire lot. If lyou should no more try to suppress it than . This simetc., asmixedin Alder-i-ka- ple remedy drains the oldfoul matter Of from the bowels so THOROUGH that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. It is so powerful that it is used successfully in appendicitis mated at $40,000 which practicgripes and the IN Adv ally includes all the business STANT action is surprising. Adler-i-ka!never STATE JOURNAL Frankfort, Six issues per week Only Daily Paper at the State Capitol From Now Until April s 1, 1916 For 50 Cents It is especiallyvaluable houses. For Children's Cough. Less Than 5 Cents a WeeR. for the persistent cough that so often follows a bad cold or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas Beeching, An-drew- and King's New Discovery. It is prepared coughs and coughs. Chamberlain-'- s from Pine Tar mixed with healing and Cough Eemedy is the best medicine soothing balsams It does not contain for breaking up these attacks and you anything harmful and is slightly laxacannot get him to take any other.' tive, just enough to expel the poisons For sale by Paull Drug Co, " Adv". from the system. Dr. King's New Discovery is antiseptic kills the cold germs raises the phlegm loosens the" Foxes cough and soothes .the irritation. 82.50 to 84.00 each; Coons 1:25 each Don't put off treatment. Coughs and Colds often lead to serious lung trou Squirrels 40c. each. Send them to bles. It is also good for adults and W. T. HODGEN, Paull the aged Get a bottle Campbellsville, Ky. Box 232, Adv. Drug Co ter my husband takes The French and British troops in Serbict are in danger of being You cannot use anything better for surrounded and destroyed by ov"During the win your child's cough and cold than Dr. , writes: Ind erwhelming force of Bulgarians s, ?jo other paper will have as large cold easily a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the presentses-sion- . If you want to keep poston all features of news at the ed State Capitol this is your chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are doing. Send all Subscriptions to and Germans. Sciaaica's Piercing Pain. To kill the neive pains of Sciatica you can always depend on Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of pain and brings ease as soon as it is applied A great comfort too with Sloan's is that no rubbing is required. The Adair County Columbia, Ky. News, !)SX9(sXC I at a Georgia picnic. ., to-da- y. f. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers J'i Never can we have excellent road's, keep on hands a full stock of until we adopt a patrol system of repair and maintenance. stopping muscular or nerve pain of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep any kind. Try it at once if you suf- Jdetalllc.Caskets, and Steel Boxes and fer with Rheumatism, Lumbago. Sore two hearses. Prompt service night or Good fer Constipation. Sprains, Bruises day.. Residence Phone 29,' office Throat, Pain in Chest, 98. Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent j etc It is excellent for Neuralgia and phone for constipation. Ther are pleasan ' 45-- 1 yr . J. F. Triptett, Headache. 25c at Paull Drug Co. gentle in effect. Columbia, Ky. to take and mild and Adv, Ad Adv- JPor art by Paull Drag Co. Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for J- V. -- i -- : THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE- v.t ,tt The whisky business is hard to handle. Judge F. M. Tracy, Published Every Wednesday of the Kenton circuit court, last - 1YTHE Saturday, overruled a motion for Adair County News Company a temporary order to restrain two saloon keepers in Covington from ( Incorporated.) selling whiskey on Sunday. The CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. motion to close was filed through the efforts of the Covington MinDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Interest isterial Association. City of Columbia and the people of Adair - ADAIR COUNTY HEWS .army thosaparts of. that retired to Montenegro and of the Montenegrin forces cch the-Serbia- n -- fc kk el the and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. DEC 22. 1915 of last The Courier-Journa- l, Satuday, staled that Attorney General James Garnett will not enter the race for Congress in this the Eighth district, but would locate in Louisville the first of the year for the purpose of practicing his profession. General Granett would have had a strong following had he decided to make the race for a seat in the national House. This part of the district would have supported him solidly. Congressman McKellar will be the next United States Senator from Tennessee. He defeated Ham Patterson by a large majority. The present Senator, Luke Lae, is a high gentleman and an able man, but local conditions caused him to run third in the first race, andjhis name was not before the people in the contest that was pulled off a few days ago. A great many brother editors are sending out Christmas editions. It makes their publications look quite nice, but it has always occurred to us that fancy covers for a country weekly, is money thrown away. The Ohio river was rising rapidly at points above Louisville Saturday and it was believed it would reach the flood state at Falls City. Office seekers are as thick as flies usually become in the sum- mer time at Frankfort. said that Barkesdale Hamlett will not contest the election of Mr. Lewis, for Secretary of State. Right conclusion. is It WAR SITUATION. has replied to the American note on the news agency dispatches through London state. Washington has not been officially advised of the reply of the Vienna Government, and comment on the unofficial reports of its contents is withheld. Reports have reached Rome that extensive preparations have n been made for a campaign against the Suez canal and Egypt. Only fifty miles of the railway from Damascus to the Sinai Peninsula remain to be built, and all measures have been taken to insure supplies of water tor traversing tne desert, it is declared that 800,000 Turkish troops already have been concentrated for the operations. Turkish attacks against the on the British at by the ConTigris, are reported stantinople Government. It is claimed that Turkish artillery fire sank a British monitor on Austria-Hungar- y An-con- a, operating with them. Berlin reports that troops have penetrated as far as the vicinity of Bjelopolje, on the Lim river about twenty miles west of the Serbian border and some forty miles northwest of Ipek. Reports from Athens state that a Serbian division escorting 18,000 Austrian prisoners has arrived at Tirana and Elbassan, in Albania. advices from Rome last night indicated that an expeditionary force had been landed in Albania, possibly to with the Serbians when they were ready to resume the offensive. Serbian groups that retreated from Monastir and were dis armed by Greek troops who entered Serbia have had their arms restored to them by direction of the Greek soldiers had misinter preted their orders, a dispatch from Athens states. Germans are to be appointed to two places in the Turkish Administration, according to a news agency dispatch from Athens, the places named being Under secretary ships of State in the finance and police department. Austro-Hungarian x Sinclair's x X Clothing Cheap and Fine Shoes Store Is attracting people from all over the County, as there are bargains for everybody Are Specialties, and we' are selling for lower prices than ever before known in Columbia. We have no trouble in fitting from the youngest to the oldest. All we ask is come and see. Christmas Presents. You 'can be suited in this line, as we have many handsome articles, both Useful and Ornamental. Our prices defy competition, and the trade generally is invited to call. Semi-offici- al te SINCLAIR BROS X x i ( S. H. Grinstcad & Co., Have Removed To their New Building on Cross Street They have a desirable location and will pay the highest market price for all kinds of Produce. Green River. A twenty year tide now on The Firm is known as Srong and Reliable and for years has been dealing with the people of Adair and adjoining counties. i ( J hand. Your correspondent noBring on your stuff and get the CASH. ticed over the bluff, this morning, six hay stacks ready to float znd river still rising. Our school is getting along very nicely under the manageBefore our next issue Christment of Miss Bessie Cabell. mas day will have come and FARMERS AND DEALERS IN Henry Corbin & Sons are about gone. We desire to send greetthrough sawing their set in the Ship Your Tobacco to The ings to all our patrons, trusting ford hollow. Their engine is that the closing days of 1915 will now being used to shred fodder "OLD RELIABLE LOUISVILLE HOUSE" bring them much happiness, and at Wm. Van Hoy's. that they will start with the Wherelevery Hogshead will have the Best of Attention, and J. D. Eubank is making a log be sold che "determinayard on his farm preparatory to New Year with for its Full Market Value Returns promptly made-F- our building dwelling house. tion of living better lives during months storage Free. Alonzo Pendleton has bought the twelve months of 1916, the the timber on the Jim Stoner best in the history of their GIover;& Durrett, Mgrs. L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr. Beard's place and he is now saw ing it out, We understand real estate is Rugby. The talk of redistricting the HENRY W. DEPP, changing hands readily out on State will not materialize. It is the ridge, DENTIST very easy to see through the We have been having lots of Wm. H. Burton, on the Smoke Am permanently located in Co scheme. The wet counties want rain for the last few days. creek road, near Purdy sold his to increase' the number of their the river. lumbia. Tobacco stripping is the order Considfarm to Willie Corbin. dry AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow representatives, and where According to London advices eration $1,000. Said W. H. Bur- of the day here. ton bought from John Goodin counties have one representative from Saloniki the Anglo-Frencde and Inlay work a Specially. Some of our farmers are on one farm, near old Purdy, for they want to bunch four or five forces there now total 200,00QJ All Work Guaranteed the Greensburg's tobacco mar together and let them be repre- men. The opinion is expressed $1,100, Charley Bryant sold his Office over G. W. Lowe's place to said .Goodin for $275. ket this week. sented by one man. Trot out that the Allied forces will not Said Bryant bought a farm from It is a boy at Lawrence something else. Shoe Store be disturbed by a Bulgarian in- Willie Thomas Bnrton. Price doMother arid child vasion of Greece, but that in any unknown to me. ing well and the father is able ijeoaara iteece, oi jNeii, were; Here is a bit of information event the Entente forces are pre go about. visiting at F. A. Strangers at the $5.00 Reward. that has come to our ears. We pared for a stand on a fortified Your scribe and James Rosson same time. do not give it knowingly, but we line in Northern Greece, which Last Friday, one week ago, a boy, Rollin Stapp a rising young chanced to see it in our ex- they will try to hold until the who gave his name as Combest, gob a transacted business in your city last Saturday. lawyer, is occupying rooms in changes: President Wilson and positions at Saloniki are well pro- buggy at our stable, saying that he wanted to go to Absher, and that he T. J. Rossons condition stays the Shives' building at this plaqe, Mrs. Edith Boiling Gait' were tected by fortifications. wduld return the buggy next day. We It is reported in Paris that the have not heard from him, and would about the same. He is able to Wish you success, Rollin. married in ' Washington, D. C , Last Saturday evening. It is stock of gold held by the Bank appreciate any information leading to sit up a little on the side of the Rabbits. recovery of He hookfurther stated that the couple of France has reached the record thea dark brownthe vehicle. the buggy bed. ed mule to Mrs. James Rupe is laid up will spend their honeymoon in figure of $1,000,000,000. and drove out of town. The f ront.wheels Live Eabbita, trap caught, not of the buggy, round tires, the hind with an eating sore on her legs crippled, 15c Hot Springs, Va. According to a wireless diseach. Send .them to wheels had regular flat, steel tires, and W. T. Hodgen, and the doctors are afraid they patch from Berlin, the Bulgarian the buggy was painted a dark red or Campbellsville, Ky, ' .on.: com- official report of December 15 dark brown. He had his own harness, can not cure her. She suffers a The Republican I wagon harness, on the mule, the mule mittee met in Washi. . ton, D. C, states that the Bulgarian troops carrying his head low. Any one see lot with them. Attention. last week and deckled to hold "temporarily" stopped at the ing this outfit leave town, will please' Miss Mary Pickett, of Pickett, Goff Bros. let us know Those indebted to me for dental their national convention in Chi- Greek border their pursuit of the The fifth wheel of the buggy is fas- visited at your scribes last Satwork will please call and settle and cago June 7, one week before the Allied forces. tened to the axle with extra heavy urday night and Sunday. Miss oblige me very much. I need the The top fifth National Democratic convention TheAustrians apparently are clips. foofano rbrace of nnlaa i wheel es Liza Strange, of Glensfork, money. . J. N. Murrell. mYvtAVi vairtV nn Clyde Shirley, of Gradyville and which will be held in St. Louis. not slackening in their pursuit of lma witn cllps in8teaa of its. F. H. DURHAM, Manager. Turco-Germa- T06A0C0 Kuts-el-Amar- a, h Har-Harvey- s'. v fi-- tf I t. y? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J wFsffCt Every Woman Should Know Th'ere Additional Locals. kinds of baking powder, MBiffl8s m-smmmss- are three entirely TriS STOEe WITfi Common School Diploma Ex- - dif-erei nt namely: (1) Cream of tartar, derived from grapes ; (2) Alum, a mineral" acid; and1 (3) Phosphate of Lime. (1) Baking Powders made of 'Cream of Tartar add to the food Trie TEue aminalion. This examination will be held on the last Friday and Saturday in January, 1916. CHRISTMftS SPIRIT This Store wants to be of the utmost ser- vice to its patrons. No pains have been spared to assemble Magnificent Selections of the better Christmas Merchandise, and we take The Common School Diploma the which Cream of Tartar is derived. (2) Baking Powders made of. Alum add to the food some form oft' !Alum or Aluminum, a heavy metal',wholly foreign to any natural1 iarticle of food. (3) Phosphate of Lime is made from rock or by burning bones which by chemical action are 'changed into a white, powdered - healthful qualities that) exist in the ripe grapes from same entitles the holder to free tuition in the County High School, and shows that he has completed the Common School course. There will be special graduating exercises given at the next institute for those who pass this examination In May. There will be no examination at the close of the school this year except such as the teachers may see fit to give on their own responsibility. Respectfully, Tobias Huffaker, Supt. The January American GREAT PRIDE In being able to offer it to you at prices that are appreciatively lower than usual. In every department of Our Store you will find articles that will make appropriate ACS Magazine. 'only because acid. substitute. It is used in abaking powder cheaper, and it is Alum or Phosphate, A Cream of Tartar powder never contains Every housekeeper should read the names of the ingredients printed on the label and knowi what she is using. v - In the January American Magazine is a most unusual article by James Hay, Jr., working habits of the President of the United States an article that not only has great general interest, but one that should prove itself valuable to business and professional workers throughout the counon-the o A to o $ V" oJ o 2 o o V try. ROYAL BAKING POWDER New York" C0& Personals. Miss Saran Mullinix, who has been quite sick, is slowly improving. Mr Bruce Montgomery, who was sick ten days, is now at his post in Mr. J. F. King, of Creelsboro, was First National Bank. , here a day or so of last week. Miss Leonora Lowe, who is in school Mr. E. A. Dunbar, of Jamestown, at Danville, is at home for the holiwas in Columbia last Wednesday. days. J. F. Ross, of Burkesville, was here Mrs Ray Montgomery left this a day or so of last week. morning for Bowling Green to spend J. W. Ashbrook, Campbellsville, Christmas with her mother. made a business trip to Columbia, last Miss Gwendolyn Bayless will leave W. E. Sublett, Romiue, was here the latter part of the week, to be with her parents, in Ohio, during the holi-dajlast Wednesday on business. s. Wednesday. "Making Money Out of Footsteps," by Fred C. Kelly, will show the retailer how to master the curious, though exact, science of placing his store in the path of the customer. t snows, among other things, how a breeze of wind will cut down cigar profits by thousands of dollars, why the neighborhood of a bank is a poor location for a retailer, why the less crowded side of the street is often better for the seller of various goods and many points that the shrewdest retailers in this country have worked out by commercial mathematics. The book is full of valuable and reliable information and should visit every home. Address the American Magazine, 381 Fourth Ave., New York. & $ & o a USEFUL PRESENTS For any one. We are showing very attractive stocks of Imported Hand Painted China and Cut Glass Silverware, Toilet Articles, Hand Mirrors, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk Hosiery, Christmas Ribbons, Seals, Stationery, &c. A GREAT ASSORTMENT Of Toys for the Children, things that will furnish them pleasure and profit. Wool Scarfs, Fur Sets, Feather Boas, Childrens Muff Setts. We cannot here name all the desirable Gifts we are showing. Mr. Bennett Bertram, of Monticello, spent several days of last week in Co- lumbia. Mr. R. Burton, who has been living in Kansas Station, 111,, has returned to his home, Purdy, this county Mr. W. W. Abell, called to see our grocerymen last Saturday. Mr. R E. and J. A. McClusky, Beck's Store, were in Columbia last Saturday. Mr. S. K. Jones, of Hart county, spent a few days visiting his brother, Dr. L. H. Jones, of this town, last week. Mr. Bill Hood who has been in the West and also in the Louisana low lands, is now at his old Kentucky home, shaking hands with his many old friends. Mr. W. A. Riggins, of Greenwood county, Kansay, visited his brother, Mr. J. B Riggins, this county, last week. Mr Ed Diddle, who is a student in Center College, Danville, is in Co lumbia for the holidays Mr. L. M. Young and wife, who vis- Flowers & Patteson have just received an immense stock of candies for Prof Paul Chandler will spend the the holidays. Teachers, who want to holidays with his home people at please their pupils, can get their supplies at our store-7-2Campbellsville. Flowers & Patteson. Mr. Melvin Grissom is at home for the festivities. Flavious Hartfield, a nephew of Lane Hartfield, was drowned in Mr. Paul Taylor, brother of Mr. A. O. Taylor, who is in College at-- Lex- Russell creek, between Milltown and Greensburg, last Sunday. The stream ington, is at home for the vacation. was very full and he undertook to Miss Alma McFarland returned ford it, with the result as above from Indianapolis Monday night. t. We cordially Invite you to come and look through our stocks, you will certainly find just what you want at prices that are reasonable. RUSSELL & CO. IX& Mrs. A. R. Bishop, of Louisville, and Look at my stock of pumps before Mr. and Mrs Wm B. Hansford, Jr., you buy. They work easy. of Somerset, are spending the holidays S. F. Eubank. with the family of Mr. and Mrs. H. 6-- 4t C. Feese, of this city. ited in Cumberland county, returned home last Saturday. Mr. J. B. Coffey is on a business trip to Frankfort. Mr. J R. Cofer, who lives at Blairs-"ville, Eclipses in 1916. Mr Logan Grant, Neatsburg, passed through here last Friday on his way home. He lias been in Indiana enDuring the coming year there will gaged in road building for the past be three eclipses of the sun and two few years. of the moon. A partial eclipse of the moon, January 20th, will be visible to Mr. Jo M. Harri3 and Mr. Clay North America The moon enters the Smith, who are students in George- 2:5o, a. m., and leaves at town College, reached home last Sun shadow at 4:20, a. m., eastern standard time. day. Mr. Ralph Hurt, who is a stuFebruary 3rd, a dent in the Same school will arrive sun will be visibletotal eclipse of the to this continent. the middle of this week. July 14th, there will be a partial eclipse Mr. Felix Royse, who has been in of the moon, beginning at 10:19, p. m. the West for t&.o years, and Mr Bryan An eclipse of the sun July 30th, will Horse, who has been in the West a not be visible in this country. Defew months, are at home for the hol- cember 24th, 1916, there will beanoth idays. They are sons of Mr. C. R. er eclipse of the sun which will not be visible to Americans Royse. To xM$x$ $$x Is The One Where You Can &$& The - Right - Store Get The Best Bargains Nearly all Young Men want a new Suit for the Christmas Holidays, and I have them in Up-to-date x X - Styles and at the Very Lowest Figures. look. through my stock, as I feel sure I Come in and can please you. Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen I can also please you in the Iowa, is visiting his home folk, Misses Minnie Kemp and Zella Pel who live near Cane Valley. ley, who teach at Pineville, reached Dr. O. P. Miller, is at home, from home night and will rethe Louisville School of Medicine, for main with their parents until the first of the coming year the holidays Judge T. A. Murrell, Lebanon, was Miss Sallie Diddle, who has been visiting in Logan county, returned here tle first of the week. home last Saturday. She was accomMr. W. E. Morgan, Amandaville, panied by her nephew, Mr Nat Walkwas here Monday. er, who has also been engaged in that Dr. R. A. Jones arrived from Cin- part of the State. cinnati last Monday, and will be with Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of his parents, near town, for ten or fif- Appeals, reached Columbia last Satteen days. urday afternoon and will remain with family until the first of January. Mr. Bryan English and Miss Golda his He reports the fall and winter session English and Miss Dora Eubank will Court, up to the present, a very return from their respective schools of theone. busy week. last-Saturda- the People of Adair County. above line, as my prices and quality of goods are unsurpassed. We will furnish you oil drums at $4.25. Oil, 50 gallon lots, 13cts. Also we are headquarters for all country produce. Durham & Hurt. t. A Big Lot of Articles Suitable for Christmas Presents can be found at my store, and everything else kept by a General Merchant. I have the goods and prices, and I want your trade. & " ' n Next Saturday will be Christmas day and from now until that time people will be busy, shopping, getting ready to please the children and favorite friends Do Not Albin Murray. Delay. Foxes this Albia Eubank, Smith Gill Holladay, students in State and Rex College, Lexington, are at homa, to spend Christmas Messrs. Miss Hell Follis has arrived from her school, Bradfordsville, and will be at hose until the first of the year. Dr. J. L. Higgenbottom, wife and daughter, of Hutchinson, Kansas, passed through Columbia last week, en route to Creelsboro, where they will spend the holidays with Mr. parents. They were detained here a couple of days on account of high water. Hig-genbotto- Our bills are due and we need every dollar that is on our books. Those who owe us will confer a special favor $2.50 to 84,00 each; CoonTsi.25 each by calling at once. Squirrels 40c. each. Send them to . Russell & Eubank. W. T. HODGEN, Call Garrison Bros, for all kinds of Campbellsville, Ky., Fresh Groceries and they will be Box 232, ' promptly deliverd. 7-- 2t During the month of .December,. and January and February, 1916, we will send the Louisville Daily Herald and The Adair County News one 1915 year each for $3.00. tf. W. E. TTa. Columbia, Ky. jrs T I have a few fine White WVuTnff I will sH at 11.00 each, 7-- f. THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mt1 CLAIMS ALLOWED J F Mills road overseer N MnAaronroadioverseer-r- . J W Garnetb road overseer C L Corbin road overseer 3 00 -- 3 oatfc 3 00 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 00 00 00 00 00 By the Fiscal Court of Adair County, at the October JFTupman road Term, James Riall, furnishing per Sidney Burton furnishing-paupeG. W. Collins furnishing pau- 1915. $52 r 00 Joe Bryant road overseer Lis Cravens road overseer Chas. Williams,road overseer 74 75 Y E Hurt road overseer Estil Wriglerroad overseer read tools lumber 8 62 6 22 per 26 00 S F Harvey road overseer J. A. J. J. Goodin furnishing pau- pers W. Sublett furnishing C Arnold work on 75 00 W C V Coomer bridge 75 00 18 20 26 00 17 paupers W. Sublett furnishing bridge lumber Ed Eubank furnishing paupers G. A. Spires furnishing paupers C.J. Dul worth furnishing paupers Strange, Corbin & Co. furnishing paupers W. H. Burress furnishing pauper and nails EM Harrison bridge lum ber etc Mollie Williams vital statis- tics ber Elizabeth Blaydes vital tistics 7 60 , W E Grider bridge lumber lum85 Wm Stapp for bridge sta- - 19 50 tistics sta45 50 Dorlnda EEodgers vital 26 00 50 1 75 1 75 WT McQueary putting in culvert and working tools Atkins for pick hand- Hell & Hill furnishing pau- pers 45 les A. C. Brummett work on 9 70 Sam Murrell bridge lumber 65 road tools J M Burton furnishing pauThomas Collins furnishing 58 50 pers 22 00 bridge lumber C A Walker pauper cofflin 5 00 Bingham Moore furnishing 54 50 L C Blair furnishing paupers 55 bridge lumber 3 37 S 00 J Helm bridge lumber A. C. Brummet road overseer Co., Harvey Shearer road overseer 00 Adair Couuty News 196 27 printing ballots etc 00 P. H. Ingram road overseer Mrs. Ermine Leach keeping Joe Kosenbaum road over370 19 poor house 6 months 00 seer Flowers & Keen furnishing 00 M. E Grider road overseer 19 50 pauper Olin Itosenbaum road over19 50 S E Estes furnishing pauper 00 seer J A Releford furnishing 00 H R Carnes road overseer 19 50 pauper Bingham Moore road overLuther Brockman bridge 3 00 seer 8 50 Lumber W C Arnold road overWilmore & Moss furnishing seer 00 60 00 paupers 00 T M Collins road overseer N E Roach vital statistics 150 A W Triplett road overNE Roach furnishing pauseer 00 52 00 pers 00 J N Fletcher road o"verseer furnished to Jailer for Strong Hill furnishing pauC A Samuels road overseer 00 prisoners etc. 5 00 per coffin 00 W I Ingram for books furJ B Watson road overseer & Sparks furnishing C E Gentry road overseer 00 Nell nished to indigent chil15 00 pauper coffins (3) J S Gadberry road overdren 2 40 bridge lumber seer 00 L H Fulders D O Pelley furnishing pauCoomer & Page furnishing 00 J T Turner pers 78 00 paupers E M Harrison road overFrancis Sneed for vital staC R Hutchison furnishing seer 5 00 tistics 36 00 paupers S H Mitchell forjservices as F B Williams road overKeltner furnishing seer 00 Golie Sheriff ol Adair Co. 26 00 pauper 00 L C Perkins road overseer Valeria McAlister vital stapauC V Conover road overseer 00 C C Pickett furnishing tistics 3 60 pers CO C F Breeding road overseer Dr. R Y Hindman medical furnishing 00 T A Chastain Porter Sextion road overseer attention to paupers 39 00 paupers 00 J E Shives road overseer W H Hamoa furnishing pau00 C C Pickett furnishing J C EDgland road overseer paupers per 400 W 00 H C Shelton road overseer H Hamon furnishing 12 00 00 A F Scott bridge lumber E S Whitlock road overseer paupers 00 W W Kirtley furnishing T A Chastain road overseer Z T Gabbert vital statistics 13 00 pauper Breeding road Herschel C E Brldgewaters work on 31 50 3 00 J C White vital statistics overseer jail and courthouse 18 01 3 00 J C Webb bridge lumber George Grant road overseer The Bradley & Gilbert Co. W G Shepherd road overseer 3 00 Wheat & Williams furnishfor Road Order Book 26 00 ing pauper Porter England road overStandard Printing Co. for & Son furnishseer 3 00 T J Bryant binding books election sup18 00 ing pauper 3 00 T E Cook road overseer plies and for books for W C Eastridge bridge lum Hunter Fisher road overSheriff and Circuit Clerk 2 50 ber 3 00 seer WF Jeffries & Sons furpau 3 00 G R Redmon furnishing Ruel Richards road overseer nishing material to jailer 13 00 per 3 00 L G McClister road overseer J P Miller & Sons f urnish-iu- g pau3 00 E F Kearns furnishing W J Vaughn road overseer paupers 14 00 per C S Dillingham road overW F Jeffries & Sons furnishseer 3 00 M Antle for work on road ing material for roads 8 30 tools 2 II Moss road overseer 3 00 G T Herriford three months G A Atkins road overseer 3 00 J L Patton nails etc used on salary as County Judge 5 50 road W G Ellis road overseer 3 00 Sandusky & Bros, for bridge J R Henson lumber for culW T McQueary road overlumber 4 75 verts seer 00 Dr EB Atkinson medical Murray furnishing 00 Albin J F Garrison road overseer attention to paupers 4 68 pauper 00 A W Paxton road overseer J R Garnett Election Com00 A B Cox serving three road J R Conover road overseer missioner 1 50 orders 00 L'G Gabbert road overseer Sam Grant for bridge lum"S T Blair road overseer 00 Mrs. W L Walker furnising ber 5 15 Blasting powder etc C Loy road overseer 00 M Cave Election CommisJ G Eubans attention to Luther England road oversioner 4 68 court house clock 10 weeks seer 3 00 S H Mitchell election comDr. U L Taylor salary as Shelc Thresher road overmissioner 179 44 seer 300 health officer 5 mo 2 days J O Eussell election commisDr. U L Taylor medicine M C Eastridge road over- - sioner 2 00 for pauper 3 00 seer Tom Bennett work on road Dan Carroll road overseer 300 Dr. S P Miller $25 6 mo saltools ary jail physition and 3 00 S H Mitchell summoning elecE B Morgan road overseer "Vitis Clements road overseer 300 $17 50 medical attention tion officers and delivering 42 50 to paupers 3 00 H G Holladay road overseer ballot boxes Jacob Helm road overseer 3 00 D O Pelley work on roa'd 8J T A Furkins furnishing pau 8 50 days 3 00 Sam Murrell road overseer per 10 46 3 00 D O Pelley for road work etc T McGinnis road overseer Boss Pickett for bridge lumVirgil Hurt road overseer 3 00 J P & H F Coffey furnishber 52 00 J L Corbin ioad overseer 300 ing paupers Walker Bryant for expenses 3 00 J P & H F Coffey for nails Mont Grant road overs' r to Frankfort before Board 2 25 etc, on road Hayden Keltner road r 3 00 of Equalizers lum-Jie- r W O Eastridge road o eer 3 00 G M Tedder for bridge J E Garnett for expenses to 46 72 00 Arthur Royse road ove. r Frankfort before Board of L E Chelf for dynamite, etc. DO J A Gilpin road overseer Equalizers 33 10 used on road H L England road overseer 00 J P Conover vital statistics 00 Eliza Barnett three vital J R Henson road overseer S O Hood for bridge lumber 4 25 statistics 00 JJj Patton road overseer JasE Asberry assisting in 3 00 00 A Darnell road overseer WE Littrell road overseer surveying 3 00 Fay Norman assisting in sur00 C C Barnett road overseer S H Absher road overseer 3 00 J W Pollard road overseer 3 00 F E Powers road overseer veying road-overseer 165 00 G A overseer Ed Melson road overseer Ed Hood road overseer R F Pickett road overseer J M McGaha road overseer Boss Pickett road overseer S C Hood road overseer M Staples road overseer GTHumphress road overseer C E Taylor road overseer OwenTupman road overseer W E Jones road overseer P R Jones road overseer G B Yates road overseer Eichard McClister road overseer 5 days J W Cunningham road overseer J C Webb road overseer Mose Wooten road overseer Eichard McClister furnish; ing four sills for road Walker Bryant for ten road orders and 20 copies at 25c each A Darnell work on road tools' W E Sanders medical attention to paupers Mercer & Hindman furnishing pauper Butler Jones furnishing coffin for pauper J L Edwards furnishing nails etc used on road C L Maupin furnishing bridge lumber for road Nell & Simmons medical at tention to paupers Garrison Bros, furnishing pauper Rose & Willis furnishing pauper Walker Absher furnishing bridge lumber Amos Loy furnishing pauper J G Blackford board for road hands on surveying A Hunn stock inspector W I Ingram for materia"! Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc., which are entirely too violent. Women should see to it that nave at least one movement of they the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, am rg them Miss V. L. Moore. 33 Plnlhnni Sh Vichi'in. Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charre bv slmnlv addrpssintr T)i- VT. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 2 50 .3 00 3 00 3 00 1 00 As health talks to women become more general, both In the newspapers and on the platform, the mass of women are beginning- to realize what the mors cultivated have always known, that good health cannot be found in a powder box. The externals of health may be obtained In that way, but the basis of health lies deeper, and yet is Just as easily obtained. The most important thing that a nroman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the of constipation or indigestion, orresult Many both. simple remedies can be obtained, but the best In the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far F P Bryant assisting in sur- 7 60 1 60 8 75 19 50 9 00 3 75 9 15 veying Sam L Williams assisting in surveying John Corneal for feeding road engineer Gordon Montgomery for six mos. salary Pleas Wesley for feeding road surveyors Judge G T Herriford for cash for telephone message to Lakeland G T Simpson vital statistics Harland Simpson vital sta- Hopewell, Va., the boom town founded by du Pont , of 25,000 300 Powder Co., was practically de1 50 stroyed by fire last night, en250 00 tailing a loss of $3,500,000 and 3 75 making several thousand people homeless. "The powder mills es2 28 caped. 6 qq 1 00 A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. 4 75 25 50 00 79 00 80 15 00 tistics Ann Jessey vital statistics Walker Bryant for services as Clerk for six mos. T C Faulkner for surveying on road etc S S Workman feeding hands on surveying H B Simpson medical 'attention to pauper Walker Bryant for preparing and delivering ballots 39 00 26 00 26 00 6 12 12 00 etc Eichard McClister for bridge vital statistics J T Mercer furnishing pau- 115 85 7 58 12 25 We will send the Adair County News one year. The Daily Evening Post, one year, The Woman's World, one year, Home Life, one year. Home and Farm, one year, People's Popular Monthly, one year, A beautiful calendar for 1916 all for 83.25 If you want reading matter now s the time to subscribe. tf lumber 1 00 60 00 G W Dlilcn -- per Mont Bigga furnishing lumber Tobias Huffaker six mos salary 23 55 R Garnett 6 mos salary as J county treasurer 82 00 C G Jeffries for waiting on 30 20 50 26 00 4 50 350 00 37 50 98 00 854 70 1 75 President Wilson says the Republicans are "talking through their hats" when they speak about winning next year. He says they have no issue to win on and that the Democrats are sure of success. court C'G Jeffries for dieting prisoners etc C G Jeffries for repairing shoes T P Dunbar for roadway for new road Strong Hill furnishing voting house N T Jones furnishing voting house June Holt furnishing voting house John Young furnishing voting house E Tutt furnishing voting J house W T Price furnishing voting house H G Chilson furnishing voting house T C Davidson furnishing voting house Mark Wilson furnishing voting house 4125 50 7 05 10 50 HIGHEST PRICES PAID 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 26 00 39 00 5 00 3 00 19 85 Remittance Mailed oa Day Shipment U Received No Commission to Pay Write for Price Lut Shippiaz Tags d ML Sabel & Sons Incorporated 6 00 6 00 EiUttUieil 1855 LOUISVILLE, KY. 91 96 4 79 51 67 7 96 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 OC Keltner School District fur- 125 00 Hi 58 3 00 14 00 8 12 nishing voting house J W Sublett furnishing voting house Eobert Cooley furnishing voting house Joe Shives furnishing voting house Iv Taylor furnishing voting house W G Ellis 4 days service as The trial of G. A. Allen, V. E. Allen and S. R. Douthitt, citizens of Graves county, for barn burning, has been set for December 20th. They were indicted this week for the offense well-kno- wn 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 W G 14 00 JP 12 00 12 00 Shepherd 4 days service 4 r jC A F h of DROPS POULTRY CURE BOURBON 6 00 W 1 30 00 E Hancock 4 days service as JP 35 Melvin Conover 4 days 'service as J P Chas Eeece4 days service as JP" F H Bryant 4 asJP WG Pickett as JP days service 12 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 la the drtnldnz water Makes Hens lay Amazingly Cores Romp. Colds. Ctolcra. Llmberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At Valu- able poultry book free. BOURBON HEUEDTCO. Lexlosica.Xj. days service 12 00 26 00 A H Ballard appointed to 2 28 make settlement with Sheriff and County Treas21 60 asJP - 21 60 8 50 Walker Bryant for Clerk of 12 Fiscal Court 4 days of KENTUCKY J set. STATE J COUNTY of ADAIE, T. urer 25 00 00 Plans of the Administration to prevent or punish violators of American neutrality in this country were discussed at the Cabinet meeting. Nervees Wshkr. foreeo- 225 rwmtv nnnrt. certify that theof clams Jne is a. trueitand correct copy , la AtA Jala allowed DV Wie auu iuuuuj jli3v,i 50 Court, at its October term, 1915. Witnea6 my hand this December 11, A Walkar Bryant, Clerk Adair 1 2 50 1915' Walker Bryant, Clerk. When the nervousness is caused by constipation, as Is often the case, you will get quick relief by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. These tablets also improve the digestion. For sale by Adv PaullDrugCo. . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 WAR SITUATION. J J J J J J J J Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draught," I have re ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without BLACK-DRAUG- HT !$ Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e trated. DR. THACHER'S Address, years of splendid success proves its value. Good for W Paris declares f fighting con- Liver and Blood Syrup young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. H. O. KEELING, Pres. tinues for the positions occupied take hold and give your Liver the help it needs? by the Germans in the Souain Don't delay. Don't procrastinate. Don't Bryant & Stratton Business College Get a bottle of say "I'll do it region, and that progress wvs tins and PROVEN remedy Louisville, Ky. four bits you pay for it made in ousting the Germans rightbenow. ofThe BEST INVESTMENTS will one the from the Auberive trench. G. YOU EVER MADE. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, In the Balkans Berlin- - r port3 "'s Chattanooga, Tennessee. the capture of more than 2,000 For Sale By Page & Taylor I am prepared to do any kind of Tin additional prisoners. With '"the Work, Boofing, Guttering, &c. I fall of Ipek, in Easterd Mont- Greek frontier, is announced in make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized enegro, previously announced, Athens advices. Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other were more than eighty cannons thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call The position of the French at my shop if you need any thin.6 in my Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire taken and much war material forces, which recently were said line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. captured. and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent, less than falling back along to have been Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed $ A Bulgarian attack on Decem- the Vardar, Southwestern SerS. E. Bridgwaters, ber 5 on the French bridgehead bia, is declared to be favorable, Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is at Demirkapou, on the Vardar and theOBritish are reported to selling a great many articles in these lines river, in Southern Serbia, was beholding fastalong the Strumit-s- a at less than wholesale price. Write for repulsed, Paris declares, The line. prices. The French since have beenre-porte- d Dr. Military and diplomatic repreby Berlin to be retiring All Wheat Ground should be Rolled sentatives of, the Entente Allies DENTIST along the Vardar and from the Before Seeding. are continuing their war council OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Cerna river front. d Clod Crushers-ansessions in Paris. Pulverizers at $25.00 and up for the BritColumbia, Ky. This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 ish army in Mesopotamia were RES PHONE SO. OFFICE FHONB Many People Don't Know. Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. sent before the battle of Ctesi-phoA sluggish liver can cause a person Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c, near Bagdad, and they already are arriving at the front, an awful lot of misery. Spells of diz- S Half Gallons 70c. A Splendid it is officially announced in Lon- ziness, .headaches, constipation and International Harvester Company's 8 Disc biliousness are sure signs that your Clubbing Bargain The British redon liver needs help. Take Dr. King's Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure SpreadWe Offer treated after the battle to New Life Pills and see how they help 25 per cent, off wholesale prices.f I. ers at he Adair County News 105 miles down the tone up the whole system. Fine for H. C. Prices. and Tigris from Bagdad. the stomach too. Aids digestion. The Cincinnati Through German channels Purifies the blood and clears the comInternational Harvester Company's Disc plexions. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. comes the report that Montene Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less Adv Weekly Enquirer gro recently expressed to the than I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while Both One Entente Powers a desire for a stock lasts Year separate peace, but that this proDR. JAS. TAYLOR, For Only We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the posal was discouraged by the Subscription may be Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Allies, who threatended to with-- 1 new or renewal Has located in Columbia Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood draw from all relations with What the Weekly Enquirer is and will do a General Montenegro. Smoothing Harrows. It Is issued every Thursday, subscrippractice. Dispatches from the eastern tion price ?1.00 per year, and it is one of Yours For Your Good Will, the best home metropolitan weeklie'of toalthough con- Residence on Burkesville Street. Mediterranean, day. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the flicting in some respects, make Office In Butler Building world's events, and for that reason can on Public SquareEiue you all the leading news. It carries it appear that the American oil a carries a great omount of valuable farm steamer Communipaw probably matter, crisp cditorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous dewas not the vessel reported sunk partments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. by a submarine off the coast of KT5T. condition? Think of all the this half-sic-k ENJOYMENT of life you are missing! society enjoy your food, The captured position was held You can'tfamily and friends.or the cant You of your should, because enjoy anything against counter-attackin my home."- - For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- it is de- your senses are as you and your brain dulled ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar clared and attempts by the oppressed by the effects of a SLUGGISH LIVER. ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Say, friend, does it PAY you to lug has proved itself a safe, jfa French to regain ground near around that sluggish liver when ycu can reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. g Auberive, the loss of which was promptly make it ACTIVE and so get rid of all depressing, disagreeable sympIf you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- reported yesterday, were frus- toms those letting by The Germans, who are reportLet's forget about all the disagreeable and painful part of sickness, and ask ed to have been heavily if it PAYS to be sick. Perhaps you are only HALF sick recently on the 'western JS maybe you are dragging yourself around, front, are making determined with a "dead tired" feeling. Perhaps you up in tne a drives at positions in the Cham- - waKe toneue. a morning witn neaviiycoated bad taste in your moutJ. ymte hardly any (pagne district which werejtaken and are bilious. appetite,you havelikely dull you Maybe by the French in the September aches and pains, CONSTIPATION, headaches. You go about your daily duties. You offensive. tell yourself you will feel better Capture of a French defensive comes you feel just but when about the same. You try this and that line some 500 yards in length on remedy, without getting real relief. Or Hill 193, north of Souain, is an- if you get some relief, it, doesn't LASTI You soon feel just as bad as you did before. nounced by the Berlin War Of- - DOES IT PAY to let yourself stay ii 1 Does it Pa tb be Sick? our-Belv- 2ik!esce Phoae-1- 3 B . Business Pho e IS A DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTISTI J J J J J J J es Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries up Stairs. BTdg Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky J. H. Stone SAVE $20.00 NOW fice. $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Jj s, 5 . Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. S time-trie- d 33i Woodson Lewis TIN WORK. James Triplett n, to-da- Kut-el-Ama- ra, $1.35 - Woodson Lewis, GKEENSBURG, - Tripoli. L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones There is no further word from Eye Specialist the Petrolite, another American Special attention given Diseases of all oil steamer, reported by the C. D. Domestic Animals cruiser Des Moines as having VETERINARY SURGEON Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on been attacked by a submarine Jamestown road. but which apparently escaped. Landowners Attention. Phone 114 G. Further victories for the Columbia, Ky. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do over the Serbians are reported in a delayed official comyour Surveying correctly. tL-munication from Sofia. ApparJ' years He has thirty-thre- e & Stone. ently the Serbians who retreated experience. Charges reaSpecial Attnetin to Eyes from Monastir offered resistance Attoney-Ai-Lal, Spavin or any Fiatulo, to the Bulgarian advance, but sonable. Phone 74 or work done at fair prices. 1 an fixed to take care of stock. Hon they are declared to have been 5 W2I practice m veil write due when work is done or stock driven back everywhere. reffloved from stables. thk and adjoining counties. Thepresenceof German troops T.C. Faulkner,? IE1 I0GIE5' 1ESIIENCE Kentucky : fNKKKSYILLE SHEET. in Southern Serbia, near the . Jamstawn, IblurribTa. Ky. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right, now. Call or mail orders to Surveying The Adair County News, Columbia Ky. Crenshaw Bui-garia- ns WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. Stone w Poll-evi- nr-aric- al LKATWN-NEA- J. C. YATES;: - - 4 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CONTRACTOR Miss Phelps, of- - Jamestown, weekVis-itinger spent several days last J. TELLS. HOW RELIEF CAME L. Grenier Says He WillNever Cease to'Be GladHe Tried Tanlac. Louisville, Ky. Dec. 21. A contractor widely known here is J. L. Grenier, of 2122 WesfcBurnett avenue. He is one of those who have come' forward recently to testify to the good Tanlac, the peerless preparation, has done for him. "For years I had been the victim of catarrh," he said. "My throat was constantly sore. I drew sluggish and forgetful. Frequently I had severe headaches, and my neryes were in a frightful condition My trouble w'as worst during damp weather, but it was bad enough at any time. My head fejfc heavy, and my brain .was not so active as it .had been. "I heard so many men praise Tanlac that I decided to try it although other remedies I had used had done me no good. I got a bottle of Tanlac and almost at once felt relief. Now my brain is clear and active, my nerves are in good shape. I sleep well and can do fifty per cent, more work, and better work, than I could before. I will never cease to be glad that I sister, Mrs. Eliza Simmons, at this place. Shelby Tarter has been one of. the most successful trappers in' this section. He. has up ,to the present caught four grey fox, besides quite a lot of other varmints. We failed to have any Louisville mail several days of last week, on the account of high water. There will be quite a changing around with some of our citr izens, the beginning of the New Year. . 444a44"O4fr4M.$e40e f Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School .! ii'V ' iv & 1 L gy 'J "i? fciSjgBBSSSjlSJff 1WBSBSSPE3MlSSBSjSy&MPBMBEffjg.P ijfc ElqpjSSjgA5S' l . 4 4 4 Hon. Mont Ray Yarberry, of Louisville, in company with some of his friends from Columbia, spent part of last Saturday bird hunting in our section. Otfing to the scarcity of them, the amount bagged by the Nimrods was limited. Rev. W. C. Christie filled his regular appointment here last Sunday, with a very interesting discourse as usual. tried Tanlac." remedy is now on sale in CoThis Prof. George Aaron, our efflumbia at the Page & Taylor drug" Adv. icient school teacher, who is near-in- g store. the close of the present Mcgaha. The farmers are about done gathering corn. Melvin Powell, of Webbs X Roads, made a business trip here n last week. J. P. Catron was through here last week, delivering pictures. J. M. Bryant is sick at this writing. Old uncle David Allen, as he was familiarly called, died at his home, near "here, December 7, of old age. His remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground. On December 4, several of the friends and relatives of F. S. and Adaline Gilpin met at their home and set Mrs. Gilpin a nice dinner, it being her 79th, birthday. She received several nice presents. All enjoyed the day fine. We all wish her many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Lida Dehart, who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place, has returned to her home at Somerset. Mrs. Lizzie Bailey is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Patra Sinclair, at Plumpoint, this week. 4 The Winter Term of Lindsey-Wilso- n is arranged with reference toruralteachers. Proper clasification can be made when your school is out. Total expenses for Teachers in this part of State cheaper than elsewhere. This term is arranged with reference to boys and girls from the rural schools. Their best time to enter is Jan. 3rd. They get a full half year's work, avoid ing the bad weather and other disadvantages of rural schools after Christmas. Give your son or daughter an opportunity, under safe care, thorough courses, ' good surroundings, and low rates. " term, and we must say that his mode of teaching is exactly the kind we need at this place- If the district is pleased as well as your reporter there is no kick coming, as to his mode of teaching, and we are certainly glad to have him and family in our community, and regret that the time is drawing so close for them to remove to their home near - 4 & 4 4$4844444$$4$S$44efr444$9'9Hfr Columbia, Kentucky. Moss & Chandler, STOP AT THE The continued rains of last W. J, Roy and Rev. Joe Pierce week put our creek out of banks and for several days it was past of the White Oak community, fording, but no serious damage are very low. Mrs. W. G. Roy is on the sick was done by the high water. jOwing to the continued bad list this weeK.-Lit- tle Miss' Ruby Bryant is not weather the exercises of our school children were put off un- improving fast. Robert Floyd is dangerously ill til one night during the Holidays. Jacob Nelson, of the firm of with typhoid fever. N. A. McKinley and family Nelson & Mo3s, of Greensburg, met with Mr. Helm, a lumber and Miss Lelia Conover, of spent last week with dealer of Louisville, one day last week at this place, with a view relatives here. Mr. John Bryant celebrated of selling a lot of timber. Bingham, a son of Mrs. Maud hisI82nd birthday last Sunday. Harper, fell from a house, top a Several of his neighbors gatherfew days ago dislocating one of ed in to spend the day with him. his arms. Dr. L. C. Nell was He is quite active for one called and reduced the fracture, his age, works, every day and walks to Columbia whenever he m The overseers of the Columbia wants to. He is the oldest of a Gradyville. and Glasgow road, leading family of twelve children, all through Gradyville, ought to Lee Viers and wife, of Pyrus, take notice and call the hands of whom, except three, are livvisited relatives here last week. in on said road and have it ing. Eight brothers are living. J. A. Diddle returned to his worked. There is a place or Our sympathy is extended to home, at Adairville, last week. two that is impassable. It is a the young husband, parents, n brothers and sisters of Mrs. Miss Mollie Flowers returned daily occurrence for loaded Breeding. The one that through, to hangup from a visit in Columbia the and it is impassable for people must feel the greatest loss is the first of the week. ' n walking whenever it rains. The little child. It can never know J. D. Lowe, the of the most unselfish,purest love; Bhoe man of Columbia, was call- matter should be looked after at the love of a mother ing on his trade at this place last once without further notice. , James Turpen and wife, Miss week. Effie and Joe Turpen spent Ozark. We are glad to note that Mr. the home of Kent Bryant. George W. Dudley and family Corn gathering is about over Ruel Bryant and wife have are now citizens of our commuin this community. The crop moved to their home at Clear nis Spring. Mrs. Bettie Dowell, who has was not vey good. been confined to her room for Wheat looks well. Mrs. W. J. Montgomery visittypho'id ed her mother, near Cane Valley, with a dislocated several weeks Miss Nora Rogers has improving fast at this fever. She is thought to be a few days ago. limb,-itime. some' better. Mr. Keeves and family and Camp-bellsville, Lil-burwag-ons,passi- QALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE EUROPEAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Seivice, Low Prices Free Auto Bus Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Baths WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. PHAJST. WILLARD HOTEL Cental & (Jefferson Streets Louisville, Bafes $2.00 and $2.50 with hot and cold vafer, Privi- lege of Bath. Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 and $3.50 per day virh Privafe Bath, - Local and Lon Distance Telephones in all Rooms. A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Detail Districts. Aic jvrreAT.Tt coc D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. J. F. Dannehold, Pres. & Treas. J, F. Dannehold, Jr., PIce-Pre- s. Geo. TVyman.Sec Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPOnATED ng STREET HOUSE Strictly Independent. 1 1 DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. well-know- 24. 1 1 32 S.E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street XiOuisvrEaEQ, Sun-day- at Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Mam Street House. kt. AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY. Write for Particulars. . Miss Annie E. Montgomery were mother, Mrs. Helm, in Colunv, guests at the' home of Mr. Mau-pi- n bia, recently. lastSunday. R. A. Montgomery has pur- s A ' Mesdamea Clara Reynolds asd chased the farm owned by the Paralee Maupin visited their heirs of Meekie Montgomery. "?