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He was asked, while there, to take the in old Virginia, field for State-Wid- e Id the passing of Rev. G. W. Perry-ma- which he did and the State went dry. of Winchester, Ky., the Baptists He then accepted a call to Winchester, have lost one of their best preachers Ky., where in a little more than one in the State, and the temperance year during which time there was cause one of its strongest advocates, about 150 members added to the church the people at Jarge one of their best I was glad that I had the privilege to friends in every good cause. attend the .funeral services Y never He was born and reared on a farm could have known how the people Rev. G. W. n, The Misty Past. The Burning of a Candle. Cane Valley Entertainment. Did you ever sit and watch the passThe patrons and friends of ane The excellent article in The News, by our friend and ing of a candle, and at the same time Valley school, were made to feel just(The Passing Year,) kinsman Senator Neat, touched a re- be reminded of the going out of life? ly proud, when on the afternoon of sponsive chord in my breast and set You. light a candle and thespurm com- Dec. 23, they were entertained by the me considering how,, few of, my old menced to melt, and minute by min pupils under the management of their friends and associates survive tx real- uteit shortens, and after a while it efficient teacher, Mrs. Mary S. Biggs. Watch We have not space to mention every ize the fieetness of our earthly" exist- reaches the flickering stage. ence. Let one be absent from' a com- how it tries to hold its power, but piece rendered, but it was a decided in Russell county, near Montpelier, elsewhere appreciated him. I have munity for several years in which he presently it flickers for the last time, success from start to finish. within one and a fourth miles of never known a man more highly es- has been acquainted, and inquire con- never again to throw out a ray of Each one taking part did well, re flecting credit to themselves and their where the writer was reared. There teemed by a people than he was by cerning old friends and the re right. Almost identically is the passing of teacher's training. reared in the church and people of Winchester. sp nse in most cases will be gone, gone. were ten children born and Then most all the churches where But none can fully appreciate the the human life. A babe is born and Every pupil responded with that this home, live brothers and five sis ters. Two brothers and three sisters he had been pastor"1 sent messengers changing scenes of life on the- - canvass day by day jou see it grow and do cheerfulness brought about only by survive him, and one brother resides bearing flowers and messages of love of time, unless taught in that dear velop, and soon. the age of maturity is love and respect between pupil and in this county. Montgomery, and the and sympathy to the bereaved family. school of experience as Senator Neat reached, and after awhile old age teacher. Santa Claus and a Christmas tree others in Texas. His father and Knoxville sent four messengers and has been, and happy should he be comes. You see the old man totterwho likewise, can display an. untar- ing upou the streets, and hear the re- was an important feature ot the ocmother, G W. and Emily Ferryman, their preacher to Winchester. passing away " He casion and a delight to the children, as He leaves a wife and four children nished record of four score years of mark, "he lived in straightened circumstances in right, for' right's sake, devoid of all j sickens and death approaches. Lying every one was remembered by their the rearing of such a large family, on to mourn their loss, with a host of a worn out farm, but they were Godly friends and relatives. Bulah, Lucile, desire for display of affectation with upon his pillow "you see him gasping teacher. "Miss Mary" was also the recepient people and reared their childn&Jn the Corinne and George W , Ji., are the that as the prominent incentive. But for breath, and directly jou hear ratmar- the great change of scene must soon tling in his throat. Silence reigns for of a number of gifts from her pupils fear of God, and they all enlisted in names of the children. Lucile is come, of which we hear so much and a few minutes, then ypu hear the showing the high esteem and love in the cause of Christ in their youth. ried and lives in Norfolk, Ya. Dr Perryman, the subject of this The family have so endeared them- know so little. 'Tis said that we are physician say: "he is dead" gone to which she is held. Mrs. Biggs has given a number of .sketch, was the youngest boy and was selves to the people of Winchester dying from birth until we pass out of try the realities of an unknown world. (55 years Is not the passing of the caudle and entertainments, at this place, having a favorite of the family and the people that they asked Mrs. Perryman to our earthly existence About ago I witnessed my first death bed that of human life very much alike? taught here several years in the beof the community. He attended the bury her dead with them A nice lot urau miuui um wntci evei tauguu, was presented for his Uist resting scene, when James Lester, my grand- though the passing of the first brings ginning of her career as teacher. Her pupils now are children of those and he was a good, faithful student place. The family will remain there father died in a room of the house oc no sorrow. taught in former days. cupied by Mr Dewitt McFarJand, and possessed a genial disposition. for the present While "Miss Mary" has not been and Notice to Tax Payers. He gave his heart, to God in his youth I never saw such a display of flow- near Montpelier, Ky. His family were actively engaged in the public schools f rientls thought, him dead, and c ers sent in by friends from all over at old Liberty Church, during a for a few years, she seems to have .revival, - and united with the the country. The funeral services preparing him for burial, when he reThe unpaid taxes for 1915 must be lost; none of her zest or efficiency vived and talked for some time, durchurch there, which he revered the were planued by Mrs Perryman and remainder of his days, and always en- was the most comforting I think 1 ing which he said, it was sweet to die paid at once. Beginning this week, 1 which placed her in the front ranks as joyed the time of his return to the old ever attended. The following was under the sound of all ones children, will have deputies in each precinct in an educator in former days. Cane Valley feels complimented and of which there were eight, all at his church and neighborhood. We could the program: the county, and when a person fails to gratified that she chose this, place to my God to Thee', was sung bedside, then spoke calmly of his pememory 'Neareaj sing to his culiar sensations, saying he supposed .pay I will make a levy. This is trie resume her life work, when she first by Quartett. "There's a church in the valley of the Scripture reading by C. C. Carroll. they should know how any one felt last call, as iast years' business must be started out as teacher. wildwood. A Friend. when dying. Said everything ap- closed. S. H. Mitchell, 5. A. C, Prayer byT C Ecton, Lexington. Kb lovlier spot in the dale; peared green aud clouded, then passed "Sometime We'll Understand" sung No place is so dear to my childhood, Boarders. away while one of the elder children by Quartett. As the little brown church in the Address, "Dr. Perryman as a citizen supported me in his arms. I observed On the Death of Dr. Taylor.vale." We wilV open a Boarding House his unnatural appearance, although I and Neighbor," b Wm. Lindsey. was his customto come back evMonday, Jan. 16. Your patronage soIt "Dr. Perrymau as a preacher and did not fully comprehend the gravity ery few years as long as his mother Dr. U. L. Taylor died of apoplexy licited. Location, Dr. Taylor properof the occasion. I can never forget meeting at old pastor," Dr. Sampey, of Louisville. lived and have those impressions made upon my at his home, in Columbia Adair Co., ty on Campbellsville pike near public Song "Never Alone." Liberty, on the fourth of July, but square. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilsou. Address "Dr. Perryman as a Tem childish mind. One by one we cross Ky., Sept. 2nd 1915, at the age of 81 ll-after the going of mother (whom he perance Orator and Eeformer '' by the river. years. He was born and lived all his dearly loved and revered.) his visits I was grieved to learn through the life in this county. Dr. Nowlin, of Knoxville, Tenu were less frequent. But he came last Take Notics News of the'death of Mr. Elijah...Mel-sou- , In his death this bociety lost a Hymn "Home Sweet Home." year for the last time, and had the but gladdened to learn that the splendid Secretary and the County The services were out iof the ordi greatest gathering of all previous nary, they were comforting and help- report of his demise was a mistake lost a very efficient health Officer, The insurance firm of Browning & ones, and how he did enjoy the day ful His death came sudden and un- We have known him for 50 years probably one of the best in the State. Winfrey has been dissolved, Mr. T. R.. and hearty and the expected both to himself and his Quiet and unassuming, but alwavson He was a zealous member of the Stults succeeding Mr Winfrey and the greetings of his friends. But who the line of duty. What a legacy to Christian church and was of a happy firm is now Browning & Stults. This family. thought of it being the last visit to friends andare "Blessed the dead which die in leave behind! Far greater than gold disposition and enjoyed life as long as firm has several reliable companies, the dear old spot? The scripture The man who is honest, alone - and-iashe lived. Hewasagood Dhjsiciau yea sayeth Spirit statement that "A prophet is not with- the Lord, rest from the labors that company 1 fear the old fashioned and for many years did a large prac- both fire and life, and will be thankmay their and ful for all business received. Office, out honor save in his own country," the) works do follow them." variety is being viewed from the tice He was a good husband, "kind over Murray's dry goods store. their like all other rules, has its exceptions, Dutchman's standpoint, ,xwho said: father and a man of much '.reading, Z. T. Williams. t. for I am sure Dr. Ferryman's home "Honesty might be the best policy, rarid worked to the last and .without people esteemed him as highly as any We-- present Paramount Pictures bi&kepC a man tam poor." Poor, de- a pain laid off the armor and has' gone Winter Opening of L. W. T. i. other people did. twice every week, Thursday and Sat- luded: souls who dream of heaven. to his reward. i Soon after his conversion he decided urday nights.. To those who read the This love of money the root of all .Cartwright, Moss & Chandler, principals of the to give his life to the preaching of daily press, The Saturday Evening evil, not a part! is a form of intemperBy order of the Adair County' MedLindsey-Wilso- n and the people of Cothe gospel, believing he was called of Post, and the leading magazines, are ance, more common than direful ical Society." ", r -God to the ministry. He preached convinced lumbia generally, were elated over the that the vefybest pictures drunkenness. What a vast field 'the January opening of the school. On his first sermon at old Providence in the United States are shown to the term temperance" covers. Doesen'c TaKe 'Notice. Saturday students commenced to archurch in the near by community, patrons of the Parlor Circle" consist in just a little bit of a special "For the Lord God is rive, and by Tuesday forenoon the hill . from Ps. 84:11. brand; 'which sometimes appears to be are a sun and shield, the Lord will give The Staples Hotel, this 'place, which donned simply as a display card with All accounts due me not paid by the was alive with humanity. There grace and glory: no good thing will He was doing a very good business, closed now fully two hundred pupils enrolled the inscription See how good lam. first of February, will be placed in the withhold from them that walk up- last Tuesday. We are informed that Temperance in its full sense, is one of hands of a collector. If you want to and new ones come dally. The man" The selection of this text the reason for closing was that help the crowning Christian graces, except- save cost, heed .the notice. agement has made ample arrangerightly first sermon is indicative of his was hard to secure and that Mrs. Sta- ing that greatest of all, charity, not for his ments to comfortably care for all who J. F. Patteson. t will come. Water works and electric strong trust in God. ples was not able to look after the re- "precisely the same that, would extend ights in both dormitories and the He was a relative of my first wife quirements of a good landlady. the arms of love and affection, emGill & Waggoner takes up a wholei rooms are cozy in every particular. and we saw there was something in bracing the whole world and every page in The News this week, reciting Do you want a Poland China? I body him above the ordinary, and we enelse, (except some,) in the sweet a great sale that will commence at A 25ct package coffee selling this couraged him to educate himself and have two extra good gilts, beauties, bonds of fellowship, but he who with HViUJ, u.v week at 18 cents at U1SI1 OIASIG, 111 UUIUUIUID) prepare for the besst in life. We made wilt weigh 140 pounds. Mated with a full purpose of heart observes these 14th inst. Rare bargains are offered, Flowers & Patteson. farrow early it possible for him to attend college registered Duroc, to each, Also in three Christian graces, need not fear and if the people want to take advantwo any in this town when Elder W. K. Azbill April. Price 815.00 future fire and brimstone, either tage of them, they must come early. Jamestown Loses to Lindsey. was President of Columbia Christian that will weigh about 90 or 100 pounds figurative or real. Their entire stock of goods will be you want someCollege. He remained here only five for 810.00 each. If J. T. Jones, sold within the next ten days Read A fast game of basket ball was months, and went the next year to thing good this is your opportunit. Columbia, Ky." their "ad" carefully, and then take here last Friday night, Jamestown t. C. S. Harris. Russellville College and finished his advantage or tne unpreceaenieu The the Lindsey-Wilsoeducation at Louisville in the Baptist ' fers. For Sale. game was played in the school gym, meetings commenced at A series of Tneological Seminary. His first pasand was witnessed by a large audl- torate was the church at Owenton, the U. B, Church last Sunday night. Notice. ence It was swift from the start, , 1.110 oiueiuk Ky. Soon after entering on his min- jliiu aiicuuauLc ia tuuu. ....i but the Lindsey boys proved too much inspiring and the preaching entertain-- ' AJ. istry there he felt the need of a comninety-fiv- e acres, lying on Petits ., i rm, a m,i i.. closed and uu i,i.-panion and helpmeet, and he met and .uB ""v"'. ujcco1uv,tj"1 I will pay cash for. aH kinds of coun- for the visitors, team the contest scores creek, four miles south of Co having 32 with the home continue for ten days or more. Every Fork wooed Miss Sallie E. Waters at Mid lumbia. This f arm Js well improved try produce. Will pay 15 cents for to its credit, Jamestown 24. ' dleburg, Ky , where her father was body invited. and very productive, of corn, wheat butter Will sell coal oil in 50 gallon College there. He principal of the barrels for 13 cents An iron barrel lOCLgQod.hammers at Casey Jones Anything you want in. can goods, and tobacco. was surely led of God in his selection ll-2for 84 00. A 30 gallon barrel for $3.50 Store for 5cts. Annie Allen. you will find prices , at ? Miss Sallie Waters for his life partJ. P. Hutchison. , FjQwersr& Patteson. ner and companion. They were marVisit the Parlor Circle Theatre, on The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres-- . Mrs. Frances P. Vaughan, who was byterian ried at Danville, Xy., in 1886, and the Paramount program eveiy Thurschurch will meet with Miss went at once to their church at Owen-ton- , Mrs. Caroline Jeffries celebrated her day and Saturday nights. The best the wife of Mr. John R. Vaughan, Octavia Reed Thursday, Jan. 13th, at where he did a good work and 70th birthday last Wednesday. All plays and the best players for the best Greensburg, died last Friday. She 2:30, p. m. her children but one, and a few people who appreciate quality was 60 years old, an aunt of J. C. and was much appreciated. friends dined with her. She received Elmo Strange and Mrs H. W. Depp, A Fine Jersey Heifer for Sale. They went from Owenton to Yeva, several nice presents. this place and was a very estimable Ind., and from Veva to Newport, Ky , lady. Besides her husband, she leaves where he remained a number of years Suspension ot work on the Columbia i Choice evaporated Peaches going at three sons and one daughter. t If you want to raise a good Jersey Flowers and built a new churchhouse and and Liberty road was forced by bad reduced prices, trifsnrsekv-acow buy this heifer. She is a fina i .built up the cause there to the satis- weather, but will be resumed just as & Patteson. Owing to a change in my plans, there prospect, about 16 months old. ' O. S. Harris. faction of the church. Preached 1 span as circumstances will permit be-npreaching at Union next t. Green Wesley, who lives near James- will year in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was Sundayr-th16th. Explanation will called from there to Middlesboro, Ky. SamJBurdette bought seven mules town, accidentally cut one of his feet be made later. White Muscovy ducks for sale. SeeFrom there to Paducah. From there here last week at from 3140 to 8175. nearly off with an ax, a few days ago. . R. V. Chapin, A. C. Summers, Columbia Ky. to Knoxville, Teen , where he did the Frank Tollver purchased four at from L For awhile he was in a dangerous con 11-- lt Wooater, Ohio. dition. greatest work of his life. From there $100 to $200 each. is-fa- Bap-J4sf- to-da- y: ll-- 2t - all-da- y 2t hand-shakin- g n ll-2- "- ''WF -- ll-2- 1 . ll-2- 01?-again- n. I v...jj I I the-lowe- st t. ll-2- e - '! J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r Clubbing Offer. 0 Free Trip To For a short time we make the fol lowing offer, one of the best we have-evgiven to the readers of the News. Here is the proposition: The Adair County News, Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, ' er $4.00 One Year (Not Sunday) $2.00 Six Months AND The Courier Journal Daily By Mail Housewife,-Reliabl- Louisville KENTUCKY Poultry Journal, Farm Journal. AH the papers for one, except the last named and that will besent for five years. $1.65 takes the .entire lot.. If you want them subscribe at once. Karrxi A Great Monthly Magazine AND and Ramily Railroad and Iroterurban fares paid to customers for a radius of 100 miies. out-of-to- wn Great In his annual report of the State Board of Health, Dr. says that the number of deaths from typhoid fever have been reduced from 45 in 10,000 to 26 in 10,000, and there B has also been a slight reduction of the number of deaths from consumption. Mc-Cormack During January February Only Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when, sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district. al nkruDt Sal ii tire Stock of nson-Sfri- E N. W. The British passenger steamer Persia was sunk by a and over 200 lives Among the lost is Neeley, an American submarine were lost. Robert M. Consul. JOHW W. FLOWERS, Columbia, Kentucky. COTRIER-JOURNA- L Co., Louisville, Ky. I Judge John F. Butler will the grand juries in Pike and Letcher counties to conduct a thorough investigation into recent election frauds. The most serious epidemic of grippe ever known extends throughout the entire country and the fatalities run up in the thousands. MMM' ""''' J, F. Danneliold, Jr., Piuc-Prc- s. napj Geo.Twyman.Jcc 1 If SB J. F. Danndiold, Pres. & Treas. 4th & Jefferson, LooisvilSe's Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. MAJCj Strictly Independent. I 1 Finest and most exclusive Clothiers street house LOUISVILUE, KY. HCCORrOHATED DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. 24. 1 1 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street :usht from lurt U Practically 50c on the Dollar It is now being distributed into the Homes of the People at Prices less than wholesale cost to Manufacture Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. T. J. Taylor met in a Hopkins-vill- e Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main saloon Claude Knight and Street House. shot him to death. Taylor claimed that Knight had wrecked his home. AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY Write for Particulars. President Wilson is hurrying The Best Brands of Clothing In the world included in this sale, Strouse and Bros., Atterbury System and Hirsh Wickwire's world's famous Clothes, Arrow Collars, Stetson Hats, Wilson Bros. Underwear, Interwoven Hosiery, Etc., Etc., NOW BEING SOLD At practically 50c on the DoSSar Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price $25 Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price $30 Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price $35 Suits and Over- coats. Bankrupt Sale Price $40 Suits and Overcoats. Bankrupt Sale Price $20 $12 $14.40 19.40 $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 American Hosiery "and Dufold Underwear .... Arrow Brand Collars, best styles and all sizes (1.00 per dozen.) $2.00 Silk and Madras Shirts 95c 10c 95c 50c 15c back to Washington as it is beCcntcf & tleffepson Streets lieved a crisis is on with Austria Louisville, - Kentucky. on account of the sinking of the AMERICAN PLAN Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 and $3.50 per day Presia. hot and cold vater, Privi- wiH, Private Bath, lege of Bath. production of gold in the The AJEiXi TVTFIATFf SOC during 1915 United States Local and Long Distance Telephones amounted to close to one billion, in all being about six million more A Block and a half from both Wholesale, and Retail Districts. than in 1914. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. -- W1LLARD HOTEL s. Mr. Ed C. Walton, who recently sold a half interest in the STOP AT THE Stanford Journal, has purchased the Harrodsburg Leader. The Paducah and Illinois road was opened to traffic Saturday across the new bridge at Rail- GALT HOUSE WHEN iN LOUISVILLE EUROPEAN" FIAJSr. fine GOOD ROOMS $1.00 Seivice, Low Prices Turkish and Electric Baths 25c Interwoven Hosiery, 3 for Genuine 25c Paris Garters Metropolis. PER DAY. Thousands of other Bargains that space alone keeps us from mentioning here, including many articles for the Ladies. Sale now going on every day until stock is sold out There were eighteen lynchings in JJGeorgia during last year which was more than any other State. Gen. Huerta has undergone a Dining Room, Excellent Pree fluto Bus Meets Trains. WHITE FOR RESERVATIONS. Johnson-Strieg- el Go. serious operation at ElPass for gall stones and is dangerously ill. DR. JAS. TAYLOR, L. H. Office Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones 1 N. W. Cor. Fourth and Jefferson Sts. Has located in Columbia and will do a General Eye Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals LOUISVILLE, KY. U Railroad and Interurban fares paid one way to purchasers of $20.00 or over for a distance of 100 miles. , Judge Benton, of Winchester, who retired as Circuit Judge, became the attorney for theL. & N. A second operation has been performed on Gen. Huerta and he is in a very critical condition. practice. (Residence on 'Burkesville Street. Office In Butler Building on Public Square. at Eesidence, 114 G. -- mile of town, on ' Jamestown road. . Phone I Columbia, Ky. v THE ADAIR COUNTYBNEWS EVERYTHlNGvJN Waking Dreams. . Ban on Christmas, ma- HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized It is said that the great jority of dreams come to us in the few seconds when we are falling asleep and in those when we are waking from sound slumber. But what about the long and complicated dreams we dream in which all kinds of thinge happen, and all manner of people visit U9? Well, there is reason to think English Puritans of the Seventeenth century guarded against looking upon the rosy side of Hie. r Because Christmas is really a. and Printed. Also Blwood and American Fence. e ei P33&R Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. ncornorated 1 CO. 12-- 1 16 Eaat Mather street Between'Tirsf and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve viev'otl?our Plant things pass these through the brain like a film tragedy which ought to take an hour to tell, being rushed off in two minutes at lightning speed. In fact, nothing is more fully es- that all "As Light Feather" fluffy, survival of the Celts' Yule, and is not the actual anniversary of the birth of Christ, they refused) to countenance Christmas festivities. Not only did they refuse to recognize the day, bun they made laws to that effect. The parliament of 1644 passed? an all law abiding citizens to observe Dec. 25 as a; solemn fast, to he spent in silent atonement lor previous Christmas days that had passed in riotous living and act-orderi- js a , "Talk about light, tempting and wholesome Jelly Rolls, Cakes, Biscuits and other good things! My! but tablished than the fact that an apparently long dream can unfold itself in an infinitesimal space of time. Alfred Maury relates how he merry-makin- g. CALUMET BAKING POWDER certainly beats the band for sure results for purity, economy and wholesome bakings. Tell your mother to try Calumet Baking Powder on the money-bac- k guarantee. Received Highest Awards Kra Cnl B$ol Fru Stt Slif In PcunJ Can. ii '" I, Mm - f ffif&&P ' S23k NpRbi''- Tx Incorporated Mrs: "Largest in Dixie" W. i . Hughes 8f Sons Co. Louisville, Kentuekv. had a long and vivid dream of the Reign of Terror in France, which included his trial before the Revolutionary tribunal and his execution.jJiHe actually fe t the guillotine fall! Yet that dream from beginning to ei d was actually caused by the fall oi a curtain rod, which struck hii on- the neck and woke him ui The whole lengthy dream" lasttt. really a couple of seconds. - Naturally, the community die? , net share In these hard and and many a turkey killed, and many a plum pudding quietly boiled But woe betide the unfortunate offender against the act were enough to be discovered. fast-ruleshe-luckles- s LEAKING PC 33CS7735 .lift. Soldiers were sent to search the houses of the suspected of haboring such delicfcce3 a& mince pies, etc . and many were the pitched battles between disagreeing section of the public. 'COLUMBIA A well known writer was sn PEOPLE PRAISE SIM LE MIXTURE Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog New Orleans Grl Slain. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, ting up late writing something The charred remains of a young woman, probably 18 years of age, were found on the side walk near the home of a wealthy resident, of New Orleans, La. The remains were so chaired and mutilated that identification has proven impossible. A city wide search of homes, hospitals, and other institutions has failed to give the police any clew as to the identity of the dead girl. It is believed she may have been killed outside the city and then Oarried to the spot where she was found. At first the police investogated a suicide theory, as an empty an bottle that fluid was found near the body. This theory was soon dropped as the body outline was scorched on the pavement, and Don't put off treatment. Coughs and leaves and bits of paper between Colds often lead fo serious lung s the cracks in the walk had burnIt is also good for adults and the girl had committed the aged Get a bottle Paull ed. If Co Drug Adv. suicide and then set fire to herself there would have been some There is but one real cause of struggle and the disease, and that is evidence of a the accumu are that she would have lated waste and refuse chances that is groaned. As it is not a sound retained in the body. Clean out was heand in the vicinity on the j the waste is the best cure. nad-containe- d he much wished to finish. Sua u.uo iii (J nuoibia pritis- - (he simple p. ix n't- - f buekihorn bark, glycerine,, denly some one came into the etc , known as Ariier This remedy is the most THOROUGH bowel' room and announced that he was cleanser ever sold being even used succalled to go to Manchester. He cessfully in appendicitis. ONE SPOOK night before the remains were FUL relieves almost ANY CASE packed his bag, and went out and discovered. constipation, bour or gassy stomach. CHICAGO went to the Northern city, ONE MINUTE after you take it t ,. Investigation of the premises gasses rumble and pass out Adlpwhere he stayed several days Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not ka cannot gripe and the showed scraped markings that saveyou money. Calnmet does it's Pare action is surprising. The Painl Dnu;" and saw innumerable people r.nd far superior to sour milk and soda. followed the sidewalk from the Co. Adv. He returned in due course arid front gate to the side of the Jacksonville Illinois. a lot of business in house where the body was dis- transacted town, and actually contracted South American Christcovered. Several strands of Dec , 27, 1915. mas. new book. brown hair were found. The for and started a Eduor Nws: Yet when he woke with hJ girl was clad in expensive gar., .. ' It is. very cold here now. Th .h ments. Her undergarments were start and found it was all u snow is about 12 inches deep' word Christmas festival we may iuok now and still snowi-m-. . People-tof linen and her burned shoes dream, the ink of the last South America, where th- - are very busy cleaning the streets, he had written was as fresh and were modish. needed the blotting paper ;b half Indians and half Spanish so they can travel them. I T:orn-.-.ysmuch as if it had only just bdrn have a cnaractnristic celebratioti, want to ask about Ernest For Children's Cough. Left writer. On "Noehe.as, a Kentucky frien-1- . You cannot use anything better for written. We could not have Buena" (good night,) as Christ- - there with me- - He S2rifl h& WJ,as your child's cough and cold than Dr. dozed longer than ten seconds! gone to stay twenty years. He mas eve is called, the active bus f King's New Discovery. It is prepared has lost from me and I would . tie of preparations prevails from Pine Tar mixed with healing and Sciaaica's Piercing Pain. like to know where he is. So, soothing balsams. It does not contain To kill theneive pains of Sciatica There is the Christmas market, if any of my friendg know any anything harmful and is slightly laxa- you can always depend on Sloan's Lin- characteristic of ail lands; tradi thing of him I wish you would tive, just enough to expel the poisons iment. It penetrates to the seat, of is very lively until long nf r let me know. This is a fine from the system. Dr. King's New pain and brings ease as soon as ir, is midniuht Tnedinof thethron.-- Place. The cold weather run.-oDiscovery is autiseptic kills the cold Kentucky boys back",. applied A great comfort too wiil the streets is augmented by some of the germs raises the phlegm loosens the Farmers are very busy getting: Sloan's is that no rubbing is requires the advent of the cough and soothes the irritation. Cniitnridti: Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for in their corn, but will soon be 'jSmnotfti feci o' . I - IK-r.:- " t- -, . o ' a c - s trou-ble- to-da- colored Corn ha& cQrn stopping muscular or nerve pain m waits," tic disguise chanting rude mes been down bad. Some has dam-odi- es any kind. Try it at once if you suf to the accompaniment ot aged. Trusting I may hear some-castanfer with Kheumatism, Lumbago. Soi and guitar3, and lo - thing from Thomas, I will close,, Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Brui-- . J P Kelsey.. etc. It is excellent for Neuralgia aint lowed by files of Indian women, ets ; people in fantas- - Headaohe. Read Our Liberal Paper Ofrefs their-- black hair streaming, play- - rh,mhoF.,in.c 7ZIC namaAu u ing flute3 and harps, and keep- - j Effectual. I i have taken a great many bottles LeaD year bachelors sh an i. i ing time with long.slender wands ougn .aemeay ana. OI namoeriain-fluttering With ribbons. get ready to jump. every time it hss cured me. I har. found it most effectual for a hackingNew Year resolution make P.esident Wilson suggests a I ugh for colds. After taking it. grow where one grew'tax Qn pjg ir0t But thatj, a cough always disappears,'' writes J.. two smiles E. Moore, Lost Valley, Ga. For Bale' fore' ' r.ise a squeal. by Paull Drug Co. Adv.. s - 25c at Paull Drug Co. s .far JP. t JX, v - 3. 4 .THE ADAtR COUNTY' NEWS C.O.UHTY THE section the AGAIN - BY THE pleasure and profit they , bring. 50 Mens and Boys1 Overcoats $7.50 to $10.00 values $4.98; $4.00 to $6.00" 'Adair County News Company As has heretofore been shown, TO WOMAN. values $2.98; $2.50 and $3.00 values $1.98. the debt would be paid, by taxes (Incorporated.) 50 Mens and Ladies Rain Coats, $6.00 values $4.49; $5.00 values $3.49; alone, inside of thirty years. It $4.00 values $1.98. We have a good ran of sizes in these Coats and they CHA&. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. seems folly, even worse than Miss Florence Mann Says Tanlac will be sold as advertised. folly, for the people of this coun' Brought Relief From 25 $15 Suits of Curlee's Guaranteed Clothing, ihe. best cIothiDg. value known at Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest ty to overthrow, dwarf and postof the City of Columbia and the people of Adair $15 per 'suit, during Circuit Court we will make a special price on these suits Her Trouble. and adjoining counties. ' pone its development for years, t ,, ,j at $12.49. Every suk guaranteed to be 00 per' cent pure wool and give --. when we could pursue a course i j'.j ': satisfaction. as second Columbia Entered at the' Louisville, Ky., Jan. 11. MissFlor- -not more costly in cash, less ex class mail matter. j! ,i ence Mann, who, is ..employed, at the 25 Suits SQndlvalues all wool latest models special price $7.95. pensive in time, t,and,,rfwhich George uscidea Icg & 'StJ"; Manu. JOB LOT- :- We have 25 Mens all Wool Round Cut Suits, made to sell at SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR would add many blessing Jjo the lactory, cnanjpipns jTaniac. wie pre $7:50, $10.50 and $12.50, special white they last at $1.98. mier preparation, oecause qi uie gooa present generations, and, dgscend she says did it forher. Sfie Jives at 50 pairs Boys Overalls, 50c values 19c WED. JAN. 12. 1916 to future ones unimpaired. The 706 East Jefferson street in Louisville. 100 Ladies and Misses Cloaks and Coats, values from $3.50 to $12, price for "I was in a wretched condition from bond proposition was defeated this sale of regular price.' nervousness and general debility," talk of bad roads is no v overwhelmingly," and it would Miss Mann said recently. J'X had 25 Ladies and Misses Coat Suits priced as low as $ The for this sale. everyday. Many places seem, judging the future by the hardly enough energy to get through Childrens $2.00 Bear Skin Coats $ .39, all other values d heard off regular price- and roads are almost im- past; that it cannot succeed in my work,would thought each day that $2,000 stock of Shoes, best quality and styles. See our line of Shoes. on the main have to lay ot! and take I surely passible and bordering on danger this county, but if the people a rest. When I"got home of an evento those who must pass through really and truly want roads, if ing I was worn out. "My condition got to be such that ' them. Thus it is every winter they are willing to pay, fdr them I cousultea a physician, who gave me and spring, and yet many, a there is not a doubt as to its ul- medicine, but it did me no good. Af- FARMERS AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO large majority of our people, last timate success, 'the people ot ter thai I tried one remedy after another with no better results. Intimate Ship Your Tobacco io The year, went on record against im- Columbia in the main, ' 'made the friends urged me to take Tanlac, and am full of energy, and' enjoy life proving them simply because the first fight, and as we'find senti rl once-1more" My appetite is fide, I "OLD RELIABLE LOUISVILLE HOUSE" proposition was, to" borrow the ment are willing'Eb support such sleep soundly, and my nerves have to good condition. The ,money and to pay it back during a measure again, but after' the Djeu Wherejevery Hogshead will have the Best of Attention, and be sold odor of food no longer nauseates .me." a term of years as our road tax county defeated it by Such a deXamm fact,, a ;well ;woraan .since T for itsJTull Market Value Returns promptly made- would provide. The man who cisive majority, and every dollar began taking this splendid medicine " Four months storage Free. says he favors building good would have been used outside the Tajilac is a proved producer, of relief i cases oft languor. insomnia, loss roads and then fights the only town, those who bore the brunt of appetite, catarrh, rheumatism and L. T. Logsdon;Asst: Mgr. GloveF& Durrett, Mgrs. method available to secure thtm of battle bef6re, will leave that similarxomplaints. It is pow being in any reasonable time, certainly forthose outside of town. Un- sold in Cojumbia at Page & Taylor's drug store. Adv. Live Rabbits, trap caught, "not must be mistaken as to his real der such a State and the further crippled; 15c each. Send them desire. There are many who fact that we need" the money the constituents it the 'Congress deto W. T. HODGEN, would !be glad to have roads if town people would pay, we trust, cided that ha should oppose the a "relieved from all expense in their someday the farmer will unitfe Campbellsville, Ky. Government's compulsion bill. building, but such a desire is be- and resubmit the bond proposi Lens, the important town in yond hope and ought to be. tfon for adoptions and secure have not been confirmed, Petro-gra- d WHO IS THE Northern France which was one onofficial advices to day onThere are some content to live good roads at the earliest possiof the objectives of the Entente ly claiming that the Russians under existing conditions, but ble date. If we build we must forces in their September there are many who really desire borrow the money. This will be offensive, is being uninterruptly have compelled the city's defend- 1st good roads, who are willing to clear after awhile, but it may be ers to fall back to their secondashelled by allied artillery, Berlin ry line. help build them, but voted delayed too long. announces The French are pounding heavbond proposition, v- against the There has been other notable ily on the German trenches in Governor Stanleys message to fearing the debt would be disasartillery activity along the West- the. Champagne and between trous to the well being of the the LegislaUfre'was based upon ern front. .The Germans report Soissons and Rheims and claim county. The fact is that many pledges made to the people in to have inflicted notable damage theepulse, of... a date, as he has- - a, nice .position did not truly understand the the ,last; .Democratic by" the bombardments. attack on their lines northeast ojN . t. offered him. and, reform was proposition, many acted on fears 'At i Washington, the benate Le Mesnil and the failure of an Ed Whitlock t returned rfrom called attenand superstition. We have stud- the keynote.--Hattack by allied aviators oh Committee on Foreign Relations Louisville a fevdays ago where ied the proposition in every de- - tion to the "indebtedness of the to consider he sold his last years crop of toDouai:, Two. British aeroplanes will meet been doing so for sev- State, and suggested how the tail, have 3 situation, the international bacco at a nice price. Mr. Whitwere4 shot down. eral years, and in truth and in money could be raised to meet lock is one of our best tobacco the conditions growing On the Eastern front a supe" fact, have never found a county the obligation rigid economy in rior Russian force drove back a out' of the submarine warfare in growers and he. knows exactly how to handle the weed,-tget a or community that regretted the way of appropriations, and German reconnoitering detach-me- the Mediterranean. good price for it. bonding and building public the doing1 away with useless South of Jacobstadt, while At a conference to be held in J. T. Ro3e has accepted a poroads. If such a course is good offices. The message was short, British laboring sition with Nell & Nell in our London in Volhynia the Germans in other counties similar m re but strong and pointed. the Russians from one of men will determine upon the at city, as salesman in their genersources and conditions, why fear titude of their organizations to- al store. The Kentucky Legislature or-- , their .advanced positions. evil results here? If borrowing Luther Willis was on the No further definite informa- ward compulsion. ganized last week and adjourned money and building roads have Greensburg tobacco market sevuntil Monday of this week. In tion regarding the circumstances eral days of last week. Mr. blessed other counties why Gradyville. the next day or two the Commit- surrounding the sinking of the Willis reports a good mrrket on should we fear a different result? tee members in both houses will liner. Persia, has been received sood tobacco. . The truth, the whole truth is, The worst day ot the season Ambassador be announced, and work in in Washington. Df g Simmong spent a fcw that if we improve our condi Friday. Penfield reported from Vienna last days at Liberty last week visit- earnest started. tions as a community of people, that he had as yet received no Frank Dohonev and son. ofmg relatives. if we hope to keep pace with Greensburg, reply to his informal request for Milltowh, were here last week, . Jacob Nelson'. WAR SITUATION. counties and sections of other m company his nephew, information from the Foreign looking after hogs. gtate Mn NelgMlf of State, we must build roads. . the yQung Office, and American Consul James, the son of Mr. and Mrs. of Illinois, was in our midst one This fact is so plain that any one The great Labor Congress in1 General Garrels at Alexandria Moss, had a severe spell of day last week, looking after is bound to see it. It is also genreported that no more proofs CO. i some land deals that they had in London, that is to decide upon croup one night last week. erally admitted, so the real soluthis part of Adair county. the position of British labor re- that the Persia wrs torpedoed by tion of how we can do it, and a'nd wife Rev. W. C. Christie J. W. Walker, of Columbia, garding compulsion, defeated by a submarine or regarding its nahow soon it can be done, are beday or so with relatives was looking after some business y an overwhelming vote a tionality than were in his first spent a fore us for decision. "Under the affairs in this section a day or so last week. proposition that the congress dispatches are contained in the at of last week. system of present methods, taxQuite a number of loads of toshould support a measure of affidavits he had gathered from U. N. Whitlock and Allen ing to the limit only to build a bacco from this community were compulsion by forcing single men survivors. Keltner, two of our largest tolittle road each year, will find Russian pressure on the Aus- on the Greensburg market last bacco growers in this part of to attest. The card vote was the new born babe an old man Adair, is on the tobacco market trian lines from Volhynia South- week. main thoroughfares ot 2,121,000 to 541,000. before the C. C. Hindman, of Milltown in Louisville,1 this week. They Notice was served upoa the ward to Bukowina continues section, was in this community made large crops last year and " real this county are chn conference by Arthur Hender- heavy and official reports from one day last week looking after their tobacco was a good averdesirable roads, am! c a.o limit age crop, in quality and we both sides indicate that the fight- cattle. predict that they will have paid every year by son, leader of the Labor party in of tax being Morrison spent' a day a good market for their tobacco. the House of Commons and ing is of a desperate and san Charlie all the people. To borrow to'the Born, to the wife of Henry-KeenGreensburg lafet week. or member of the British Cabinet, guinary character on the 7th, s daughter. fc limit, as we are now doing, we that he would resign his - seat in Reports of the evacuation of Mrorrisonhs thmkg of Mother and child 'getting along family 'there ata n erly nicely. jean build, with State aid, all the the Commons and appeal to his Dzernowitz by the AustrianB 1 HEWS main roads in the county inside of five to ten years, and. every ' Puollshtd Every Wednesday county enjoy the of ADAIR LIFE AlTOCr-1V- E CLEARANCE SALE ( Post-offic- e "" . 5 -"" -- one-ha- lf 1 one-thir- CASEY JONES STORE. , t I resr-ore- Rabbits: , -- Prize Merchant to-da- y. - in Columbia s , hand-grena- de platform.-.Retrenchmen- t i e w iri-eluding o nt dis-lodg- ed to-da- y A I j ! f j to-da- bo-a- t , iflov-inr"hi- B -- " J It 'THE AttAIR COUNTY NEWS -- : .5 . -- extend The Undersigned, wishes-ther heartfelt thanks to r,he kind peoMr. C. R. Handley, Nashville, was ple of Adair aud Green counties, who here a few days ago so kindly assisted, ine;ir.chlng for the Mr. John Q. Alexander visited our body of her husband Flave Hartiield, who came to his untimely death by merchants a few days since o .KE i A fcard af.Th'anRs. ..." fi : ' Wheat is looking good in thia section of country. Clarence Marshall, our former teacher, was here shaking hands with his many friends. John Biggs was married to Miss Ada Pike a few days ago. ville. Mr. Borders was here last Mrs. Mollie Judd, who, has T. Johnson and family visited taking orders from our loca been sick some time improves Johnson Henson last Sunday. men, and he will, no doubt, do an business for. his pres- very- slowly. . Trumen Henson has completent employers in this territory. ltf. has-be- en Page Hudson, 'who ed his residence. W. H Sandusky was in Louisville Mr. U. N. Whitlock, of Bliss, this! week. last Kobeft"'E. Lloyd, who- - 'has" haH sicfc for spnie .time, is. reported Judd Bros, and Kelly will soon county, met with a serious accident Cocharge of theattersou Hotel, Jamesno better. Mr. T. C. Taylor has been in last Friday night. He was returning have Mont Corbin's residence about a year, Kasretireu ' lumbia and out in the county for from Campbellsville, and a few miles, town,-f"completed. days. out from that town, his buggy was from "the Business," and "Mr.H Lee a - j - Jtis a mew girl at Thomas Lawless is now' in charge.!?. Law - Hales abdVa boy.at-.OliBurton's': Most ot the farmers have their Mr. John Young, who lives in the ditched, and Mr. Whitlock was thrown jessvery companionable1 gently country, who has been quite violently upon the pike. A large gash: man,-an-is a r9 Jppa tobacco ready for market. itis predicted'tharj 'lie wi" was cut in his forehead arid he was Purdy.. sick for some time, is improving. .N. M Han-- t succeed as a hotel man. He' is alsti Mt- - Carmel school is progress- ""l&rL'j.'F. King, Creelsboro, was at otherwise bruised. Dr. circuit court clerk of" the cbuntiy i.tj cock dressed the wounds (ing nicely with Miss Annie Tup- the Hancock Hotel a few days since "Russell. ' It Misses Hattie -- Williams and .1... Boards and Fence posts fors'atofat Mr. Jacob Nelson, Greensburg, and man as teacher. Junius Nelson, Cufran, 111,, were here Durinir tliR war IMS t.horo mc; Pinkie Breeding, Messrs. Dudley. : Casey Joriestfore. Mrs. Beard and daughter-in-laHays and Anderson. Murreli ;86fi dogs listed at 81 per' head in Ad.. last Thursday; tf. a "county. During the year- - farmers at ii were entertained visited Ruel Bridgewater's Mr. P. V. Cundiff and daughter, of at Mrs. Bertha praisers were alio wed-.- - by.- - the .fisc. We are sorry to learn that Mr. Lo- Monday. Miami, were in Columbia, shopping, Sanders Monday night. ren Phelps, of Jamestown, "has been court S614.90 for sheep killed by doy Thursday. last criticallv ill. He eot one of his hands leaving a balance in the hands of ti . Messrs. Bennie Powell, and Sewellton, Mr. T. W. Potter, Ilapid City, S. skinned recently while playing- basket treasurer $251.10 for futures paymeins Elza Gills left or Ohio Tuesday. was at the Hancock Hotel a few D., ball, and blood poison set up. He was for killed sheep. Mrs. Rebecca Lawless is on days ago. some better last Saturday, and it is Miss Oma Whitehead and the sick list. Mr. W,;D. Bradshaw,. who spent the hoped that he will continue to imEach meeting of the week of pray.e brother Dewy, left for Ohio two holidays in Adair county, returned to prove until he is fully restored. the gatherings goine from' church Mr. and Mrs. Powell viited L. weeks ago'. his home in Georgetown last Saturday. church, was wsll attended,and mai P; Williams Thursday. Notice. Mrs. Sallie Hovious, who has rooms fiWTe,'b5??),,ri-''- ; There are several cases of j.ne weauier w;i vreiu ucincicu. at the hotel, has .been quite sick for The candy breaking at ftillie ideal throughout the. week- :- All tl. pneumonia in this section. ten days. M. Kearnes is now located in his J. Grider's was well attended.' ' All Born to the..wif,Sf Ofe Bur Crocus, is vis- new machine shop in Columbia b'h'ithe Mrs. Sarah A Miller, i rt report a nice time. "i-iting' her daughter, Mrs. H. N. Miller. lot which he purchased from Smith 8s " ton, Monday, a boyrv .,,. .. 'Everet Wboldridge visited Mrs. M, E." Durham has' returned Conover, known as the exchange lot. AGencral StocK ofc Goods'' TcJ Miss Beatrice"Breeding, who now ready to do any and all. kind 'frotefiatf extended' visit to relatives in He is 'cousin, Albert Williams SumL ,. Salefi ' ' of repair work on either steam or'gasS Jeft. for Georgia la?c Friday to Campbellsville and Elizabethtown. engine, automobiles", farining,'jmple-- j ?? .Ollie. Buchanan visiter Aira. teach will return shortly. ' iMf;;S.-li- . Kinnaird, of Bed Lick, meuts, horse shoeing, etc. .Givejiim a I desire to entire, stock i " Rebecca Lawless., was a, visitor pf.Dr.Menzies last week. call. drygoods. The business is being con-7 , Misses Martha, Pearl and Hai- MrA. AYHuddfeston spent Friday Welby Williams, VV. J. Beard, 'N. r.ductediin oneiof the- best" business houses which I will renrt The .stock ii"nrght?;ih Columbia, en route home die Murray entertained the H. Moss, W E." Bryant, A. Hunn is clean, and life purchaser will be ( fom; Liberty courts We have-ha- d were named by Judge Herriford as givena bargain' of tne Sunday evening; Misses several " Mr-- Si fL Mitchell was laid up last the Board of Supervisors, out Mr. : Mrs. WiX... Walker. prettiestdays ever seep for the Martha Beck, Maud Keen, EmWilliams was taken sick on Thursday, weekwipi .lagrippe. and Jo N. Conover was appointed in Robert aud Alfred Gum 'charged first of January, for it looks like ma Grider, Alva McFarland, Mr. T. J. Pelley, of 'Pellyton, was his stead. The board has been at with shooting a man named "Daniel, spring. is coming the first of the Claud Keen, Melvin Powell, Elin Columbia first of tlie week. "work since last Monday week. at Speck, Taylor county, were tried year. . bert Carnes, Urel Lester. They Mrs Sarah Barger, who is at the at Campbellsville last Wednesday. SHERIFF'S SALE. home of her son, Mr. M. O. Stevenson, One of the boys was acquitted, the J. H Kinnaird, Red Lick, was we're entertained with music and is in a critical condition. other one lined $50. Mr. L G. Win- her last Wednesday and Thurs- served reireshments and played By virtue of Execution No. 2038, diClara Catherine, little daughter of rected to me, which issued from the frey defended them. day looking over his property. . card games. All reports a nice Mr and Mrs J. W. Young, has been Clerk's Ottice of the Adair Circuit time. To the People of Adair County. very sick for several days. William Johnson, Gadberry, Court, in favor of A. S. Burton and Bill Lawless is on the sick list. Mr. J fl. Ritchey and his daugh- G. B. Burton against G. W. Burton We will furnish you oil drums at was here one day last week, buyter, Miss Aleene, ot Burkesville, vis- for the sum of $35.00 with 0 per cent., $4.25. Oil, 50 gallon lots, I3cts. Also ing hogs. Dirigo. ited at the home of Mr. John Lee interest from May 21, 1908, and $7 00 we are headquarters for all country my Deputies, will, on James W. Campbe'l, who is Walker last week, virs. Walker being cost I, or one of produce. Durham & Hurt. On account of the heavy .rains Monday, the 17th day of January, Mr. Ritchey. a daughter of one of our oldest citizens, is very and high water the United States of 1 o'clock, 1916, between the hours Miss Jennye McFailand left Mon- p. m . and 2 o'clock, p. m., at the mails failed to reach this town Samuel Theopilus Walker, a native feeble at this writing. day morning for Vaughn, New Mexidoor, in Columbia, Adair a day or so last week. S. H. Mitchell, our efficient co, where she has an interest, and county, Kentucky, expose to Public of Adair county, died recently at Forshe expects to remain for the Sale, to the highest bidder, the fol- est City, 111. fje was an uncle, of Mrs. Sheriff, was here one day last where James W. Campbell has been next fourteen months Her many lowing property (or so much thereof C. S. Harris and was nearly 86 years on the sick list for the past few friends hope that she will be blessed as may be necessary to satisfy Plain- old. Biography will be published next week, extending invitations to week. with good health and return at the tiff's debt, interest, and costs,) persons "who would likely be .in- days'. appointed time Miss Alma McKar-lan- A certain tract of. land lying in Adair terested in Judge Carter's big The entertainment given "by For Sale. who is a sister, accompanied Miss county, Kentucky, on Burton Ridge, the Greenbriar school last Friday meeting at Columbia. Jennye as far as Indianapolis, she be- and adjoins the lands of Richard Burw?as a success. ing a pupil in a conservatory of music, ton and Mark McQueary, containing A boundary off 330 acres, 40 .acres in Brack Massie, Columbia, was that city C. B. Epperson, Louisville, about 7 acres and levied on as the good bottomr'20b,acre3 in wood". Will day last week buying property of G. W. Burton. sell for 811.00 per acre. Rather than here one visited relatiyes here "a day or so Terms: Sale will be made on a rent, wjll sell at 811.00 per acre, as I hogs. last week. Locals. credit of 3 months, bond with approv- will leave in the spring Born, to the wife of Herschei ed security required, bearing interest 10 2t J. D. Eubank, Purdy, Ky From Areola, Missouri. rate of six per cent, per annum at the Williams on the 28th ult., a son, from day of sale, and having the force Farm for Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wooten and Mr. L. G. McClister has sold his and effect of a Judgment .Bond. Lam taking The News and I family, of Greensburg, visited of Witness my hand, this My farm containing 200 acres, three farm, in the Fairplay country, to like it. I see lettets in it from Mr. Woocen'a parents, at this v miles northeast of Columbia, and one Chrisman Powell for $1,600. Mr Mc- Dec, 1915. . S. H. Mitchell; Sheriff A C mile from Campbellsville pike. Call others who haye left old Ken- place during the holidays. rented the residence, on Clister has By C. D. Crenshaw, D. S. W. R. Williams. on me Bomar Heights, formerly occupied by tucky and I have concluded to Rev. H. M. Stotts has removMr. J. M. Kearnes, and will remove to lf5t Durfhg the month of "December, write. ed from Sparksville to this place. Columbia next week. 1915 and January and February, 1916, Mr. Ernest Harris and family have I left Kentucky five years ago GilUam Fields, and wife visited Dally Her- removed to the frame dwelling, on C. Q. Jeffries sold C. E; Smith, of we will send-th- e Jersey cow ald and The Adair County News one his father's farm, and the former will and came to 'MiaaOuri. I like all Mr. Fields' parents, at Breeding, Font Hill, a twp 'year-ol' year each for $3.'25;f"' and calf for $60. tf. turn hfs attention to farming. V right, thougti it his been awfui- - during the holidays '-- drowning, on Dec. 19th; while atmade his regular trip to Columbia tempting to ford Russell creek, which was very much swollen- last week. ,'Mrs. Flave Hartfield. Mrs. . B. Smith was quite sick several days of last week Fifty: thousand boards for sale at ;.: Mr. V. B. Patteson was 'laid up Casey Jones Store. with lagrippe ajew days of last week. Mrs. J. D. Todd, who was sick, sever-a- l ;tCarVx.rTh?riKs. weeK.s, has recovered Mr.LC Winfrey, of this bar, had :"" We wish to r.liank all our friends business in the Taylor ciicuit court for their many kindnesses To us in our last week. recent bereavement andf or their sym Mr. J, .T. Sanders and Mr. Dave Watkins, of Hardin county, were here pathy with us in our loss of. liusbaud .and father. on business the middle of last week. Belen-Helra Mr. E. O. Stone was in Adair all Roy Helm. last week, selling tobacco. Aubrey Helm. E'ffle Helm Mrs. W. T. McFarland and Miss Alma McFarland were quite sick a Foxes day or two of last week. Mrs. J. W. Coy was on the sick list $2 50 to 84.00 each; Coons 'j$1.26 each last week. Mr B H Gilpin called to see our Grey Squirrels 2oc.each.',Send them; W. T. HODGEN, . grocerymen a few days ago to ' Campbellsville, Ky. Box 232, Mr. TV. H. Goff is here from Monti-cellMr. W. P. TSunnally, of Horse Cave, G-7-- tf o, The county roads.&re, safd tb.berin a fearful condltioni A .gentleman who came in from Burkesville, the latter part of last week, stated that he never saw the road between Columbia and Burkesville in a worse condition. When the roads are bad there is not much traveling, hence business of all classes is dull. The farmers can not haul their products to market can only sit by firesand wait for the highways to become dry How much better would it be if the county had pikes? A Hovious. Acquitted. - - Iv'fjrnereuntil the. year-191- 5 GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. ing Charley Tayior, at Knifley, last Saturday week, which resulted in his death, was given, an examining trial before Judge G. T. Herriford Tuesday of last week. Quite a number of witnesses were introduced by the State the creehs. and four or live by the defense. At hogffife&it-- , There the conclusion of the testimony Hovious was acquitted, and left at cnce tie raised here, an abundance of for his home, at Knifley. The case corn, pat?. 'and,. wheat, and the was not argnred 'WJ. women raise lots' of turkeys. We. are having the nicest McGaha. are-loiffibf Mr. A. Hovious, charged with shoot- when we had lots of rain. I farmed 22 acres of land and I made fifteen hundred bushels of corn. This i& a nice country, but it is a little broken about v We 'WilKtsend the' Adair Coiinfr News1 ony yfeah lu'tf"'t' . The Daffy' Evnln'gp' bst, one year,11 Hotrj'e LifeYWyear. Horde and Farm, one year, . Peoples Popular Monthly '.one year, ' A beautiful calendar for 1916 all for 83.25If you want reading matter now s the time to subscribe. tf -- TheWomanWrld.one'year, ''' ?lSi ar weather I ever saw for the time "'-- vSorrlif the their Itfbacco. farmers1 have sold of year. ' -- - .tf , George Harmon. Dulworth. Rebecca" Jttarmon, who has been onthe sick for some time, '' remains about the same. Little May Grimsley met with a painful accident last Sunday by getting .her right arm broken. Mr. R. C. Borders, who was a very successful traveling salesman for V. Several attended the burial of ,M. Gowdy & Co., for eight years, has Mrs. Frank Bibee last Sunday at accepted a position with J. Zinsmeis-le- r & Sods, wholesale grocers, Louis- this place. -Sat-turda- y, - sev-er- al or I - , e - d A : r:-l w 7-- . . -- ! - -- i ZSSSZZ?" : J? ' ''" - j v l- selj-m- y t' M - -- fol-;lowi- ng I ..'.,. 5-- court-hous- e to-w- it: d Additional i 1st-da- y - . '. d : .'' ' M THE3ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 b- - fr 4 V $,1,000,000.00 FOR A NEW STOMACH multi-millionair- es U a man who ruined his gestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that he would pay a million dollars for a new It is said that one of America's best known di- The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying symptoms of belching-drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a sua able remedy. First of all the advice m2y be given that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or. any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition tomic .emedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm. Newbern. Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris. Ky., say they take it at regular Intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thi3 remedy before buying it in the resular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Tour name and addretd on a postal card will do. properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other v J5 stomach. But, while surgeons have become very skillful in performing operations that were once considered impossible, nobody has stepped forward and offered to sell his stomach to that millionaire. Your stomach is worth more than a million dollars to you. It is LIFE to you. This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good as new" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, if properly aided NOW can be restored to its normal condition. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heart burn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will act NOW instead of delaymg longer, yox can get PROMPT relief. DR. THACHER'S fe " Liver and Blood Syrup W J will set your stomach right, and do it quickly, jt will stimulate and regulate your liver, which supplies bile to the stomach. It will Rhyme. The "Big Ditch" is almost or quite complete, The effort of many centuries we can readily greet, To get a water route across the Isthmus of Panama. Has been the desire of our great, great grandpa. Some several 5SX5X5X We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT IT NEEDS in order to do its wondenui worn of digestion more perfectly. It will lubricate your bowels, and cause them to move naturally and gently. It will get your whole digestive "Workshop" into working order, cleanse it, oil up the "machinery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED by the change. Your appetite will improve. Food wiii taste GOOD to you. There will be no more discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. Life will be better worth the living. DO IT NOW give your stomach the relief it is calling for, beforeyou are like the millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and S1.00 bottles. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, All About The Legislature The STATE JOURNAL Of Frankfort. Six issues per week Only Daily Paper at the State Capitol From Now Until April 1, 1916 " Chattanooga, Tennessee. PAULL DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE For Sale By Pape & Taylor attempts have been made, Bub they all have seemed to fade, Until the last few years, To the American Nation success appears Fot 50 Cents Wise or Otherwise. OUR PUBLIC FORUM V. E. P. Ripley On Relations of Railroads and People The industrial leaders of this nation are talking to the public face to face through the columns of this paper. The time was when if a corporation had anything to say to the people they sent a hired hand, whispered it through a lawyer or employed a lobbyist to explain it to the legislature, but the men who know and the men who do are now talking over the fence to the man who plows. When the leading business men of this nation get "back to the soil" with their problems, strife and dissension will disappear, for when men look into each other's faces and smile there is a better day coming. Air. E. P. Ripley, president of the Santa Fe Railroad, when asked to give his view? in reference to relations existing between the railroad and the public said in part: "Frequently we hear statements to the effect that these relations are improving, that the era of railroad baiting has passed and that public sentiment now favors treating the railroads fairly. As yet this change in public sentiment, if any such there be, is not effective in results. It is true that in the legislatures of the southwestern states during the past winter there were fewer unreasonable and unreasoning laws passed than usual, but a consideration of the hostile bills introduced shows that there is still reason for much disquiet even though they were defeated by more or less of a majority. Moreover, the idea that the railroads have been harshly treated does not seem to prevail in the offices of the State Railroad Commissions which seem o cherish a notion that their business is not to act as an arbitrator between the railroads and the people, but which proceed on the theory that the railroads are able to take care of themselves and that their duty is to act as attorney for the people even though in so doing they deny justice to the railroads. It requires no argument to demonstrate that the railroads are entitled to justice equally with other citizens and taxpayers. That they have not received it and are not receiving it is perfectly susceptible of proof. That they have practically no recourse in the courts has also been determined. The situation therefore is that the people, through their representatives, must elect whether the services of the railroads shall be adequately compeir- sated or not; and it requires no fortune teller or soothsayer to predict that in the long run the service will take the class that is paid for and no better. The natural competition between the railroads and the natural desire s to perform service has heretofore resulted in giving the public much" more than it was willing to pay for. Continuation of this will be impossible and no laws, however drastic, can long accomplish the impossible." first-clas- It's easier to inherit trouble than coin of the realm. When lovers elope it's a get- away for common sense. When an opportunity occurs for kind words deliver the goods. It's It no use in trying to con- vince a mule that he is stubborn. is easy to get around any one you can manage to see through. A man never knows what a woman thinks of him nor does she. Every time some people bury the hatchet they dig up a ham-me- r. People who pay compliments never wait for the bill collector to call. One woman can be very fond , . of another if they are a dred miles apart. A woman hun- r vnnwvif ILLUSTRATED HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow WORLD The Most Interesting Magazine Published. 50 Timely Articles with Over 200 Striking Pictures in Each Number doesn't want the last word; she would rather keep right on talking. If a womari nags her husband it's up to him to supply her with plenty of cause. Most of the so called golden opportunities that come our way While England and sister nations Are not satisfied with the pass, It has brought about some unnecessary sass, Notwithstanding, we think some sass is deserving, As there was a law passed reserving The American ships from toll, Which has brought about quite a National scold, But through President Wilson's persistant appeal, We'll have the toll law repealed. So this will fix things aright, And stop the canal toll fight. And then other nations can pass through, And American ships too, By paying $1 20 per ton, When the canal is completed or done. This being a military necessity can not be denied, If you will measure the distance from the Pacific to the Atlantic side. The distance measures near 14 thousand miles around, And a more hazard route could not not te found. While across the narrow strip, It isn't but a very short trip, Only fifty miles long, Is the chorus of the late canal song. Sanfrancisco and New Orleans are laughing in their sleeves, Of the great good they will receiv. Pensacola and NIobile are almost in the fight, As the good they will receive is not of sight, And to our Nation as a whole, The half lias never been told. Less Than 5 Cents a Week. No other paper will have as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the presentses-sioIf you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capitol this is your chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are doing. Send all Subscriptions to n. The Adair County Columbia, Ky. News, D.UsxS!ftSXS5gSSiC Stone C & Stone, Attoney-At-La- w Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky i -iJHw I FEW ? DROPS OF BOURBON POULTRY r CURE in the drinking-wateMakes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Limberneck Prevents Sickness. One 10c bottle makes 12 gallons c medicine. At Vaia-3 able poultry book free BO'JBSOH REMEDY CO. Lednglsn, Kj. 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Insist on Dr. It is an ideal children of all ages, and is pref- Bell's treatment. Price 25c at Paull Drug Pine-Tar-Honey. Pine-Tar-Honey. An Austrian submarine tacked a Standard Oil ship. tria simply isn't scared of thing. at-Ausany- "A long pull and a strong pull" won't bring a man anything the coming year if taken from the i neck of a bottle. Cartoonist ought to be squelched who depict the New Year without clothes in winter weather. 1016: Honk! Honk Here comes erable under, certain to any other fat. conditions Co. Adv. HIGHEST PRICKS PAID Remittor. i - Shipment - Vy l ceii--i No CommissuM Write for PrtbC SbippiBg Ic Pay it ad Tags M. Sabel & Sons Ettr&ufea 1S56 lacnnmratrf LOUISVILLE, KY. is accurate, happenings of the but never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating, but not trashy. Over 200 striking pictures in every issue. The most interesting and helpful magazine for all the "family. For sale by all newsdealers. 15c. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free sample world ; copy. Be tare to mention Address: thie advertisement. It brings before you the vital I keep on hands a full stock of it raise coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Nine fold more reasons MetaUio Caskets, and Steel Boxes and praise. two hearses. Prompt service night or I One more j ear comes Oh, may the water wagon. for great 1. Found a Sure Things. B. Wixon, for-years day. 45-- 1 Residence Phone F- - 29, office phone 98. yr ,1 Triptett, K ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5808 Drcxel Columbia. At., CMcago, 111. Farmers Mills, N. Y., One more year comes may it has used Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders of the stomach and increase liver and sajs, 'Cl.amberJain's TabSix times our fortunes and our lets are the best I have ever used " peace. Ad?, For sale b) Paull Drug Co. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSi .' LIVJ STOMACH TROUBLE j, - F. H. Hartfield. His Death was Milltown. Mr. J. W. Townsend is on the teldence Phoae-1- B BusfoessPho elf A a Shock to FOR FIVE YEARS the Country. The people of this community were painfully shocked last SunMajority of Friends Thought Air. taking other medicines. I decided to day morning about eight o'clock take his advice, although I did not have Hashes Would Die, Bat when the telephones announced any confidence in it. the death of Flave Hartfield. The I have now been taking Oae Helped Him to end came near his home about for three months, and it has cured me Recovery. Fry. He attempthaven't had those awful sick headaches two miles from ed to cross Russell's creek, on since I began using it horse back, it being near two I am so thankful for what Pomeroyton. Ky. In interesting feet past fording. Why he made from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." attempt no one knows. writes as follows: "I was down with Thedford's has been such an His wife was the only one that stomach 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 knew he had any idea of crosstimes, that I thought surely 1 would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, ing, not knowing either that he However, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and would run any risk. Over did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely he did and was drowned. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be one hundred men showed their interest and gathered boats, end all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. searched from early morning till would die. He advised me to try Get a package today. Thedford's Only a quarter. and quit m late in the evening until they found his body on Thursday afters of a noon, about mile below where he was drowned. The body was carrie'd to J. the home of his father-in-law- , His funeral was H. Squirespreached by his postor, Rev. W. C. Christie, Friday afternoon at the Methodist Church in the presence of a host of friends and Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire relatives, after which the reand Barbed Wire at 20 per cent, less than mains were laid to rest in the Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Summer Shade cemetery. Beside Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is his sorrowing wife he leaves two great many articles in these lines selling a sons and two daughters to mourn his departure. He was a kind at less than wholesale price. Write for and loving father and husband. prices. His neighbors loved him and will All Wheat Ground should be Rolled miss him greatly. We can truly Before Seeding. say from the depth of our heart: Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up A precious one from us is gone, A voice we loved is still, always sold at $33.50 This $25 Crusher has A place is vacant in our home, Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. Which never can be filled. Black-Draug- ht ad-ric- es Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht, three-quarter- Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KY. - sick list. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates, of Campbellsville, visited relatives here several days in Xmas. Mrs. Mollie Mercer visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Rodgers, in Greensburg, several days of last week. Mr. Albert Mercer is having a house pattern sawed. He will, in the near future, erect a new house where the old one now stands. Rev. Leonard Squires and Miss Letha Brockman went to Columbia last Thursday and were united in matrimony. They will reside at the home of the groom, at Summer Shade. .Their friends wish them many happy returns While squirrel hunting last Tusday, Joe CaldwelJ, Jr.. met with a serious accident which resulted in his death. His dog treed over a slat fence. He climbed the fence to go to it. While pulling the gun through the fence the hammer hung to the lower wire and discharged, the load entering his body just under the right arm. The funeral services were conducted here last Thursday by Rev. Bush, of Columbia, many relatives and friends being in attendance. iMany People DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTISTl Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up itairs. Office, Columbia, J. B. - Kentucky J. H. Stone Stonk SAVE $20,00 NOW 00 pays for a Full Diploma $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Course. Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. TIN WORK. I am prepared to Work, Roofing, make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinGin my line or repair work in tiuorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. do any kind of Tin Guttering, &c. I S. E. Bridgvvaters, DENTAL OFFICE Don't Know. A sluggish liver can cause a person an awful lot of misery. Spells of dizziness, headaches, constipation and Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c-- . Quarts 45c. Haif Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices.! H- H. C. Prices. A niece, Mrs. W. F. Stults. Bad Habits. biliousness are sure signs that your DENTIST liver needs help. Take Dr. King's New Life fills arid see how they help OVJSR VAXJ-LJL- . DRUG CO. up the whole system. Fine for tone Columbia, Ky. the stomach too. Aids uigestiori. Purifies the blood and clears the com- RES PUOSE 20. OFFICE PnONJJ plexions. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. Adv giJaKasia,'w,1i ;'hf Dr. James Tripielt Rugby. i A Splendid International Harvester Company's Disc S Howard Campbell, of the L. eight o'clock W. T. S., is spending the holbreakfast at or later, lunch at twelve and have Also Charlie dinner at sis are almost certain to be idays at home. troubled with indigestion. They do Harness and Ollie Rowe. All not allow time for one meal to digest live at Sparksville. before taking another. Not less than Those who five hours should elapse between meals Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair Counly News and Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent. less than I. H. C. 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, Woodson Lewis, GrKEElSrSBUIia, KY. &$&x&x3$ survey lng C. Landowners Attention. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON A Happy New Year to the If you are traubled with indigestion News force and to your dear correct your habits and take Cham- readers. berlain's Tablets, and you may reasonThe school house flag was torn ably hope for a quick recovery. These up at Antioch last week. They tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions nat- also tore up the shade trees that urally. For sale by Paull Drug Co. were planted this year. People Adv. had better watch how they tear "An infant should never be up flags, as it is a penitentiary given cake or candy, even to offence. We have had some pretty taste. When an infant has ac- weather for the past few days. quired a taste for cake or candy Rollin Bean and Alva Harvey, it will cease to enjoy the food by who went to Illinois last spring winwhich itt development will be have returned home for the ter. They report some bad best perfected." weather there. We have one advocate of good Pure water, next to air is the roads with us, Josiah Campbell. most important substance taken He owns a large farm of rolling ground and the roads about his into the body. place are ditched and are a good the average "Disease is not the punish- deal better than county road. ment for sin; it is the evidence of it." The Habit of Taking Cold. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It ha3 all the facilities Of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can sine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribes for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders tr te The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. WELL DRILLER See me be write Attnetin to Eyes Snavin or anv mr Fistulo. gical work done at fair prices. 1 aaa veil fixed to take care of stock. Hon Special Poll-evi- l. T. f. Faulkner,? Columbia. Ky. . due when work is done or stock removed from stables. UCATIeN-NEA- tEB IDG1ES' tESIBENCE 8N I'JtKSVlLLE ST1EET. With many people taking cold '.is a habit, but fortunately one that is easily broken. Take a cold sponge bath every morning when you first get out of bed not ice cold, but a temperature of about 90 degree F. Also sleep with your window up. Do this and you will seldom take cold. When you do take cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and get rid of it as quickly as possible. For sale by Paull prug Co. Adv. Stomach Catarrh Is Very Prevalent In this climate catarrh" Is a prevalent disease. Catarrh affects the stomach as often as any other organ. Ferhap3 every third person is more or less troubled with stomach catarrh. Peruna Is extensively, used in these cases. THE FAWLY I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Gall. PERUNA REMEDY J. C. YATES . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - Let Nothing Keep You Away. Be On Hand. Remember Friday, January 14th, 1916, At 9 a. m W' Going Out Ot Business Sin be closed & VMf H 3KBOKBBKlMrfBBBBSaBSBHkBBBBBHBBSBBBBMaiflBBBaBBCBfl Columbia, Kentucky, Sinclair Old Stand $19,800 Stock Must be Sold out in Days, leamnim ridav Jan. 14, 10 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, STOCK MUST BE SOLD. Notice to every Map, Woman and Child. We will place this entire Stock on public sale to be closed out in TEN DAYS. This beautiful stock of high grade Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Etc.; will be placed at the mercy of the public. NOTHING LIKE IT BEFORE. NOTHING LIKE IT MAY EVER OCCUR AGAIN. Like a stroke of Lightningfrom a clear sky, comes the startling announcement, that .the entire $19,800 Stock of GILL & WAGGENER will be placed on public sale to out in 10 days. A special appeal to the people in this entire section of Kentucky. Wait! Wait! Wait for the biggest, best, most startling, unmerciful 15ona fide sale ever known in all past history of Kentucky. It's past believing $19,800 worth of the world's best Merchandise to be closed out in -- 10 Days OnlyOpens Friday Jan. 14, 1916, Closes Tuesday Jan. 25th. Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, Furnishing and Furniture, in one grand sale, This gigantic GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE involves the entire Stock of Dry, Goods, Ladies' and a sale of magnitude that when we swing the "BIG DOORS BACK" Opening at 9 a. m., it will be a sight long to remember, and the GREATEST, GRANDEST, BIGGEST and MOST LEGITIMATE MERCHANDISE SALE ever held in this territory. We warn you. Come prepared to buy as never before. COME TO THIS SALE IF YOU HAVE TO WALK. ..i 10 'days1. NOTHING RESERVED, ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO - Columbia, Ky., Friday, January 14, 1916, Clothing Department. LOT No. I , containing 34 Men's Suits that sold , . . a , $3.98 i for $10.00, Closing Put Price .: at 9 a. m. Men's Department. .50 Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear, now. - -- . .50 Men's Best Work Shirts, now 1.00 Men's Overalls, this sale .05 Men's Handkerchiefs, now .'. 7777. .10 Men's Handkerchiefs, now . ,! f . . .10 Men's Work Hose, this sale . QOINQ OUT OF BUSINESS PRICE LIST. Dry Goods Department. Best Standard Brand Calico, now. .- . .yd .02 LOT No. 2, containing 43 Men's and styles. These suits sold for $12.50, Closing ,.. Out Price Suits, all sizes 5.98 LOT No. 3, containing 59 Men's Suits, all sizes and styles. These suits sold for $1 5.00, Closing Out Price 7.98 Towels! .05 Towels, this 10 Towels, this .15 Towels, this .20 Towels, this .25 Towels, this sale sale sale sale sale Towels! 03 04 08 11 14 . .& yd $ .08 Gingham, now yd .20 Dress Goods, now ' .' "T . yd" .25 Dress Goods, now . . i .' 1 1 .AK . ,. ..,., . : t . yd .50 Dress Goods, how . -. ....K .. - .,v ...,..... yd .75 Dress Goods,-.no.75 Ladies' Corsets, now . .',xs ,'X-...10 Ladies' Hose, this sale. ...-- . ..15, Ladies Hose, this sale .. ' 'iJ i"f V" V'.' ,"' .20 Ladies' Hose, this sale . . .25 Ladies' Hoser'this sale ff i . ... .65 Ladies' Union Suits, now .40 Ladies' Underwear, now .10 Ladies' Handkerchiefs, now !?.. . 5 Ladies' Handkerchiefs, now , 1.50 Blankets, this sale - 04r .11 .J'f . 39 .39 .89 .... :14 .39 .or.06 ,.Q6 -. .- .48 .39 . f-.;.- - .06 ..08 W 1 ' .19 .39 .23 .03 .08 ". .98 1.39 2.00 Blankets, this sale Doors Closed. Wednesday and Thursday, January 12 and 13th, to MARK DOWN PRICES and ARRANGE STOCK. 1.50 Comforts, this sale .98 7 ' Spools Best Machine Thread 5c yd: 25c .15 Men's Fancy Hose, this sale- . . .20 Men's Hose, this sale .25 Men's Hose, this sale .75 Men's Dress Shirts, now .75 Men's Sweaters, this sale .10 Suspenders, this sale .20 Men's Suspenders, now .25 Men's Suspenders, now .50 Men's Suspenders, now 1.25 Men's Pants, this sale 1.50 Men's Pants, this sale 2.50 Men's Pants, this sale 1.50 Men's Hats, this sale 2.00 Men's Hats, this sale - .08 .14 ..19' '.J .39 .05 39 .14 .19 ; .39 .79 .98 1.48 .59 .98 8c Brown Domestic now 10c Hope Bleach Domestic now One Special Lot of Curtain Goods, 15c, that sold for 7c yd. Ladies' Cloaks. 7ic yd 'We", this Sale Help Wanted. '. Friday Is the Day, January 14thisthe Date, Nine O'clock is the Hour, Ten Days is the Limit. Earnestly advise you to come early and hold your place at the door. Sale opens Jan. 14th, 9 a. m., Ten Days only. '5 Clothing Salesmen, 5 Shoe Salesmen, 3 Dry Goods Salesladies, 2 Cashiers. $ 3.50 Ladies' Cloaks, now " 7.50 " " 10.00 15,00 " $ .98 3.48 4.98 7.98 Extra Special on Rain Coats. ,. "' $4.00 Young Men's Rain Coats, now 5.00 Men's Rain Coats, this sale 7.50 Men's Rain Coats, this sale i .'. ."' j ....$2.48 2.98 3.98 WE MENTION ONLY A Few Prices Taken at Random. They will Convey to You Some Idea how this Stock will be Sold Our Guarantee: We assure each purchaser absolute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment, every pricey every settlement here made, and will take back, exchange or refund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatsoever. Gill & Waggener, SINCLAIR OLD STAND, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY.