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To citizens of Adair and Russell: I have been thinking of all occupations of life, and the one most needed in our county is a good paper published, say the Adair County News, with a man like Mr. Harris, who takes so much of his time to advocate good roads for our counties, and fo think how little credit our peopj will give him. Hold up your editors Jiauds, and help him to do all the good he can for our poor counties that need such help. Don't kick on your editor, but help him, and he will help us. We know if we don't have a good live paper to assist us in many things, we are in a bad shape in this poor country. By the help of The News we can make this country of the best in the world. We should go to work and Improve the fertility of our land so we can make bur corn crop without any fertilizer, sow clover an turn under all the clover we can, and in a short time we can make more corn without fertilizer than we are making with it, and save hundreds of thousands of dollars for the poor people of our country. If a fertilizer agent were to ask me to buy from him for my cwn crop, I would tell him no. If a boy has beenraised to put in more corn han he can cultivate right, it will be hard to get him out of that "idea, but as soon as you can do so, it will be better for you and our country, for it is better to put in Jess com and more clovor and grass. Some old fathers will say to their boys, that when they went to school they had to split timber for seats, and they seem to want their boys uncLgirls to go through this world just like they did. Now let us parents get out of this old fogy idea and let our children have the best we can afford, for life is too short to cut them out of the great opportunities that we can give them. Just think of the boys pleading with their fathers to bond our county for the purpose of building better roads, and their fathers saying no. Then your boys will leave father and mother with tears in their eyes, for the West, where they can have some opportunity. Now let's build good roads, good school houses, and give our boys inducement to stay at home, where they can be so much pleasure. What is life? It is what we make it. I have heard fathers say, my boys are in the "West and if we don't get the Dixie road I guess I will go too. I hope as soon as their fathers go to the West, that the boys will come back to their good country where they were raised. Just tfiink of Adair county, one of the best counties in the State, not voting for good reads! Those who voted against the iond3ssue,rwill see the day when they can look back and see how little they kn.ow. The 'bonds you to pay. are a very little thing-fo- r You would never know the difference when you paid) it. We have been paying tax and nothing to show for lets do something that we and the rising generation will be benefitted, and our poor farmers can make a living for their children. J. H. Phelps. c-n-e it.-No- Dissolution of Partnership. Di. J N. Page and Mr. A. O. Taylor who have been partners in the drug business, in this placejfiOTr the last three years, have dissolved, Mr. Taylor going out. From now on the business will be conducted solely by Dr. Page, who is1' Known throughout this, section as au experienced druggist, one who has made the business a life time study. Mr. Taylor is also a registered pharmacist, a very reliable gentleman, and will seek a location elsewhere. This partnership was dissolved by mutual consent, the very best of feelings prevailing. Mr Taylor will remain with Dr. Page for several weeks. Circuit Court. Blood Hound in Columbia. Last Sunday, at II o'clock, Mrs. Sarah E. Barger, after a long illness, crossed over to the other side, the end coming at the home of her daughter, Mrs Ores Barger, who resides two and a half miles from Columbia. The deceased would have been 72 years,old had she lived until,the 3rd of next May. She was the oldest child of Anderson and Louvenia Mur-re- ll and was born and reared near Clear Spring, this county. She was a woman of strong mind and a well read historian, and interesting person with She was well whom to converse. versed in local biographies, and was often called upon by the jounger set for histories of their descendants She made it a business to keep up with trees, so to speak. When quite a young woman she was married to Samuel H Stevenson, and they commenced their married life in Russell coduty, near Esto. To this union three children were born, M. O. Stevenson, Mrs. Ores Barger, who live near Columbia, and Eev. R. E. Stevenson, who is a citizen of New She also leaves a stepson, Mexico. of this place, Mr. G. M. Steven-son- , who never knew any other mother The first wife of Mr. C. R. Boyse was also a Ten .years after, the death of her first husband she was marriedjto Col. D. B. Barger, a prominent citizen of Russell county, who died eight years step-daughte- The January term of the Adair cirMr. T. B. Short, Manager of the cuit court opened last Monday, a small Rapid Transit Company, reached Cocrowd being in attendance The doc- lumbia a few days ago, from Lexingket is about up to the usual, and the ton, with a full blooded imported full uvo weeks will likely be occupied blood hound. He is well trained and in disposing of the business. is six years old. This information will Judge Carter and Commonwealth's probably not be received with gladAttorney Huddleston arrived at ness by parties who are in the habit noon, and the grand jury, composed of of picking up things, or breaking twelve good men, were Instructed by locks the court and immediately went to work. The following gentlemen the two Juries: GEAND JURY. wood 4' Wanted at Lindsey-Wilso- n make up feet, and 18 inches for heating stoves, also hogs net. 12 tf. Moss & Chandler. r. conducted by Revs. Goodman and Beck Monday, and thmtexaent was near the church. KofWiTBtanding the day was disagreeablyfild1, quite a number of relatives and friends were present. The surviving children have the consolation of knowing that their that she mother was ready is now free from pain, and will be at the gate to welcome them when they come to the celestial home. for-theca- later. The deceased was a devoted member of the Methodist Church, and like the true woman that she was, she filled every station in life, that she occupied, with fidelity. The funeral services were held at Mt. Pleasant church, Russell county, Rules for Fighting Grip. To escape the grippe avoid crowds; keep away from persons who cough and Bneeze. Don't ride when you have only a short distance to go. Walk. Get plenty of sleep, with window open. Walk a mile every day In the open air. If you get it keep by yourself as much as possible. If you feel ill go to bed and stay there. Send for a reliable doctor. Cover your face when sneezing and don't expectorate in public. See that your eating and drink-in- g utensils are washed separately from those of the rest of the family. Don't take the patept grip remedies. W. T. McFarland, Marriage Licenses. Warren Moore, J. A H. A Defeated 9 to 8 by the University Garrison, Cooley, Walker, Dallis Ferkins, Jas. J M. Corbin, Junius Walker Bryant, county court clerk, Hancock, foreman , T. E Jeffries, H has issued the folliwing licenses since of Louisville. A. Murrell the beginning of the New Year: On next Friday night the boys' and W. H. Mitchum, to Mrs. A. Sapp; PETIT JUttY girls' teams, of Shepherdsville, will II. P. Barger, Creed Pollard, Mont J. A. Bryant to Lucy Rosson; Charles play the boys' and girls' teams of the Corbin, J. Z. Dulworth. Matthew Rob- M. Evans, to Mary W-- Pierce; Y. M. Lindsey-Wilso- n in a double header. inson, Porter Sexton, J. W. Reese, Collins, Montra Aaron; Fleas Keith to The girls of Shepherdsville have been Chas. Sparks, W. A. Humphries, Roy Callie Berpo defeated by only one team in two Garmon, J. L Hurt, Braxton Massie, years and that was the University of Clint Smith, Luther England, L. Must Settle. B. Louisville who have the champion Hurt, C. M. Bault, J. Z. Collins, J girls' team of the State. Louisville W. Vaughan, Abner Brockman, J. P. defeated them 9 to 8. Games begin at Dohoney, F. J. Harvey, T. A. Holla-daAll persons indebted to the late 7:30. Admission 25 cents firm of Page & Taylor, must call and "W C Murrell. Thto Powell. settle at once. The partnership has RESERVE been dissolved, and the old business To Teachers. W. H. Wilson, Jo Nat Conover, Ben must be wound up. The common school law absolutely Conover, W. B. Dulworth, J. A. GarPage & Taylor. forbids any teacher to teach on Sat- rison, H. C. Feese. urday. Saturday teaching will not Basket Bali. Teaching a holiday be counted. "AuntBettieKnifley," as she was counts no more than any other .day familiarly called, a fine old lady, died There will be a game of basket ball and lost time can not be made up by near "Kuifley, this county, last Thursholidays. Arbor Day can be day night. She was 88 years old, and between Shepherdsville and the C. H. teaching S. boys on Saturday night, Jan. 22, at taken as a holiday provided the teach- highly respected. er and pupils meet and render some the High School Gym. This promises to be a good game. Come! sort of a tree day program, or at least NO. 6769. plant a few trees. Otherwise it must be taught as any other day. Outside Regular 20c Coffee 17c; 15c coffee of holidays, and school rally days atAlbin Murray's. 12ic at OF THE CONDITION OF tended by the teacher and school, the Cottage for rent. full time must be taught in order to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ie Bradshaw. receive full pay. Very Respectfully, AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE Tobias Huffaker, Supt. The following have been the salesOF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE ladies and salesmen at Gill & WaggenOF BUSINESS DE. 31st, 1915. A Fine Jersey Heifer for Sale. er's store since the beginning of the RESOURCES reduction sale: . Mrs. J. C. Strange, Loans and discounts(except those Mrs. J. W. Walker, Mrs E. L. Feese, shownonb) 5U9 594 50 If you want to raise a good Jersey 119 534 50 Mrs. G F. Stults, Mrs. L. L. Eubank; Total Loans cow buy this heifer.' She is a fine U.S. Bonds deposited to secure Misses Mary Lucy Lowe, Emma Robprcspect, about 16 months old. circulation (par value) 525 000 ertson, Kate Gill; Messrs. T. C. TayC. S. Harris. Total U.S. Bonds 000 lor, J. W. Walker, J. B. Coffey, H. K. Bonds other than U. S. bonds Taylor, Bert Epperson, JTrank Jeffries, pledged to Secure Postal The first day of circuit court Savings deposits .1. A. Williams, Fayette Davis: Masgreat many people to Co- Securities other than U, S. bonds brought a ters Fred Davis,; Hobetfc Gill. lumbia and all classes of business was (not including stocks) owned ) .. S17 C85 34 good throughout the day. There were unpledged The meeting at the U. B. church 17 635 34 Total bonds, quite a number of mules on the mar- Subscription securities etc. continues,- - and quite an interest is .n" to Stock of Federal ket and a few sales made at fair prices. being manifested. Several have apSeserveBank..... 3 090 Less amount unpaid 500 1 500 00 peared at the altar for prayer, and Boarders. All other stocks, including perhaps there have been some conver J W. Morau, y, 12-2- J. F Patteson, REPORT Mrs-Sall- - ll-2- t. -- 1 1 Boardfng House Monday, Jan. 16. Your patronage so- Due from approved reserve agents in New York Chicago licited. Location, Dr. Taylor properS 33G and S Louis ty on Campbellsville pike near public Due from Approved Reserve square. Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson. Agents in other Reserve a" ll-- 2t We will open premium on same Banking- house '.. Due from Federal Reserve Bank 2 000 00 4 393 67 sions. The meteor which gave such a brill- iant light 57 11 433 74 5 404 59 763 83 in the element last Wednes- v Mr. Thos. J- - Rosson, who lived at Rev. R. V. Chapin will return home Rugby, this county, died one day last next Friday, the 21st, and will fill his week. His death was not unexpected, regular appointments at the Presbyteas he had been confined to his bed for rian church on Sabbath morning at 11 months, a victim of pulmonary trouand o'clock and at 6:30 at night A corble. He was between fifty-fiv- e They Continue to Come. sixty years old, and was a man who dial invitation is given to all to athad many friends in the neighbortend these services. Gill & Waggener's special sale will Very truly, hood. He leaves a wife, one son and R. V. Chapin. continue through Tuesday, the 25th one daughter. inat People swarm the store daily, Bring your mules to Columbia next The American Magazine grows buying: goods at great reduced prices. more popular every day. The Febru- The stock is large, plenty for every Saturday. ary number is one of the best the body. Come daily until the 25th. pany ever issued and it should be' a Clerks in every department. If you At the opening of circuit court welcome visitor to country libraries want to save money, now is the time. there were representatives here from Russell, Cumberland, Casey, Taylor, The information it contains is valGill & Waggener. Metcalfe and Green counties. The uable and of great interest. If you Adair county courts are invariably. Be sure and see the basket ball are not a subscriber for the splendid magazine you should send for it. Ad- games Friday night, Shepherdsville largely attended. More people means Saturday night, more business. dress 381 Fourth Ave, New York City. vs. Lindsey-WilsoShepherdsville vs. Columbia High During circuit court we ask all subOne wing of the dam at Smith's School. Ibis understood that Shepjcill, on Russell's creek, broke several herdsville is much stronger this year scribers who are behind at this office to call and make payment. This no,eks ago, and it has been gradually than formerly. now but tice also applies to parties who are washing away since, until k and advertising; being The number of new cases docketed owing for little of it is left. The mill is for this term of court are as follows: engine. operated altogether by an oil Nine ordinary; fourteen equity; thirty-fiv- e Miss Mary Pierce, daughter of the Mr. W. T. Price lost a Jersey heifer, misdemeanors; six felony. There late Rev. Jo Pierce, Roy, this county, eighteen months old, last Wednesday. are a large number of cases continued was recently married to Mr. Charles J Evans, of Russell Springs. She was well worth fifty dollars. She from last term of court. was sick about one week, the 'skill of Last Wednesday was a warm, sultry The swarm at Gill & Waggerner's a veterinary bringing no relief. day, but during the night a cold wave store is a self evident fact that adverMrs. R. E. Tandy sold W. E. Todd struck this section, and Thursday tising pays. Since the sale opening v five Bourbon Red turkeys which morning a light snow was falling and the store has been like a bee hive. brought her $14.50. it was disagreeably cold. Remember the basket ball game at Read the bargains offered by Russell the High School Gym next Saturday Born, to the wife of J. D. Holladay, & Co., published In News. January 13th, a sob. night. n. job-worto-da- Cities .'.' $11 147 17 day morning a short time before day light, was seen here by several different persons. Rev. Degarmo will preach at the Baptist Church this (Tuesday) night, ' Jan. 18, 1916. You will miss a treat if you fail to hear him. A gentleman who is keeping up Due from Banks and Bankers other than included inlO or II Checks on banks la the same city or town as reporting bank .. . Outside Checks and other cash ,... items Fractional currency, nickels and cents 423 Notes of other National Banks Federal reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. er 70 G 428,70 490 00 50 00 S42 45 700 00 with the market, advises the farmers not to sell their wool until they shear their sheep. Easter Sunday will come a little late this year, the 23d of April. A little more time to get hats ready. Treasurer Total l 250 00 197 59i S2 l- LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 25 000 00 Next Saturday will be mule day in' Surplusfund 25 000 00 Columbia. Read J. M. Howell's adprofits, ............ 3 69(99 Undivided ' vertisement in the paper , Less current expenses, interest ana taxes paid.'... I. l 210 18 1 834 81 Circulating Notes outstanding 24 500 00 Thermometers varied here last MonDue to Banks and Bankers other than day morning. Some registered. ff 2 included in 23 or 29 67 51 balow, others, 2 and 4 above. Individual deposits subject to - check 121139 50 to-da- " Total damand-deosit- s. Items and 32 33, 34. 35. 36. 37. 38; 39.. ....T.. Total $121 139 50 197 591 82 Attention is called to the business, card of Mr. J. Bi Jones, an undertaker , of Columbia. State of Kentucky, Born, to the wife of Rev. ChesterCounty op Adaib J field Turner, Louisville, January 13, a I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of the above daughter. named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge Attention is called to the Parlor - E. H. Hughes. Cashier. nd belief. Circle "ad." Three good shows this Subscribed and sworn to before ne this 10th ) , day of Jan.. 1916. week. la-l- MaeStults Notary Public My Commission expires at ending of 1916 Leg tu re. . Oorsect Attest: t Hairy N. Miller. J. F. Montgomery. Director. Z. T. WilHams'DIrector. Read the statement of the First National Bank, published on our first page. l Bora to the wife of Gay Nell, Jan--, nary 11, 1916, x son. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS to see the aligators, but- my we did not get to go all the way friends did. The animals are across. This bridge is just be- IF trained to do a great many low the railroad bridge we came Editor News: December the 20th, at two things. They have one two hun- over to Clearwater. The grapefruit, orange and o'clock a. m., we said goodbye to dred and fiftv years of age. l. loved ones and took the automo- Not long since he got hold of a tandereens orchards are I was in one of those It was boy's arm and wounded it so bile for Campbellsville. a lovely moonlight night, but badly it had to be amputated orchards a few days since, and a and in fact we We left feeling well repaid for lady whom I was with called my mrettv cool, attention to a peach tree in full thought it cold before we reach- our trip. At nine o'clock we left for bloom. I cant hardly realize but were soon comed ano-heSpent this is January, as it is so differfortable after going in to the Clearwater. Beard Hotel, where a red hot night on t'am, reaching here at ent to any I ever saw. It is like stove greeted ua At six o'clock seven fifteen in the .nornirm. real summer in Kentucky. We we took the train for Wilrhore, ending a nine hundred and uven havn't had but little fire since Ky , reaching there at two ty five mile run from Wilmore, we came. I am sitting in my o'clock in the afternoon. We Ky. Clearwater is a oeautiful room now between two open winwere met by Mr. and Mrs. Wil- city on the bay. About thirty-fiv- e dows, enjoying the pleasant sea hundred people live here but breezes, and my thoughts are of der, of London, Ky. They took many more here through you people, who perhaps are us to their father and mother's a great shivering with cold. This is home where we remained until the winter season. There are lots of lovely homes claimed to be a very healthy 9:30 next morning. In company is certainly a land place. More later if this finds a with Mr. and Mrs. Wilder and here and this pretti- place in your valuable paper. two interesting little boys, we of flowers. Some of the Mattie Sinclair. left for Danville, Ky., where we est flowers I have ever seen No street cars, but had a two hour wait, then board- grow here. The Habit of TaKing Cold. Clearwater, the streets are wide enough for ed a fast train for With many people taking cold is a .automobiles, but Our next stop was at Jack- them. Lots of Fla. habit, but fortunately one that is eason ily broken. Take a cold sponge bath sonville, Fla. We got there at few buggies, as it is hard every morning when you first get out H beau- - horses to pull through the sandy of bed not ice cold, but a temperaday. This a Clearwater, fla. -- - $4.00 One Year (Not Sunday) i $2.00 Six Months AND certain-beautifu- Courier Journal Daily By Mail C-vil- r Farm and Kamily A Great Monthly Magazine AND 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 JOHW W. FLOWERS, Columbia, Kentucky. COTRlERJOURNAL Co., Louisville, Ky. '1 ture of about 90 degree F. Also sleep titul city. We went to the dewith your window up. Do this and After reaching here we were you will seldom take cold. When you pot, which. I think the prettiest do take cold take Chamberlain's I ever saw. We rested, had soon domiciled in a beautiful Cough Eemedy and get rid of it as sister-in-laquickly as possible. For sale by Paull then took a street car for home of a Mrs. Wilder, a 11:30 next is land. J. F. Uanneliold, Pres. 6 Treas. J, F. Panne.hold, Jr., Iice-Pre.- s. Geo. Twyman.Scc lunch, the ostrich and aligator farm, six miles out. On ariving, we went into a little store where all kinds of curios were on display, various things made of aliuaior hides etc. We paid twenty five cents each, for tickets. First we went to see the ostrich. They w or thirwere in a lot twenty-fiv- e ty in number. The male ostrich is much larger and prettier than the female. They are a very peculiar looking bird. They are as tall as an average man, and very strong. Some boys were riding them. Their feathers had recently been taken, and they were not near so pretty as when full feathered. We were told wing feaththey have twenty-siers and sixteen tail feathers, and they take them every eight months. We saw some of their eggs in an incubator, one egg hen eggs. averaging thirty-six of Mr. Wilder, she beine away for the winter, left home all ready for us to go to housekeeping. We are only a few yards from the Bay. We go out to the docks and watch the boats run. I counted nineteen at one time. There are lots of fish caught here. Tney sell at ten cents per pound, the cheapest meat we can get. We enjoy picking up shells on the shore. This has long been a desire of my heart. We visited a packing house a few days since. This is quite an Drug Co. Adv. Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCOIlPOnATED Deaih of S. T. Walker. MA.HST Strictly Independent. 1 1 1 STREET HOUSE DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. Samuel Theopilus Walker pass124. 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street ed away at his home in Forest LOUISVILLE, KY. City on Sunday afternoon at i:30 Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Beat Light in City. Best Inspection. o'clock. He was 85 years, 11 Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Marie your hogheads, Main Street House. months and 3 days old. AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY He was born in Columbia, Ky., on January 30, 1830, The fruit is washed and dried by machinery. wrapped and Then assorted, packed by hand. They get four cents a case for grapefruit and five cents a case for oranges. interesting place. and came to Havana in 1850, making the trip on horseback. He moved to Forest City in the early sixties Center & Jefferson Streets and worked in the general store Louisville, - Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN of George Walker. Later he Kates $2.00 and $2.30 with $3.00 and $3.50 per day went into partnership with Alex-d- hot and cold water, Privi- with Private Bath, lege of Bath. Cross and finally became sole ATL. MEALR DOC owner of the store. He was Local and Long Distance Telephones postmaster at Forest City from in all R.ooms. com1898 to 1913, when illness A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. pelled him to retire. He has alD. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. so served as township supervisor Write for Particulars. WILLARD HOTEL er x 1 Their weight is from three to four pounds. The ostrich is ma tured at four years of age, and lives to be from sixty to eighty years old. We then went down to St. John's river, and watched the large boats run. Then back to see animals of moat every kind. We saw the oldest lion in capx tivity, his age being unknown. He feeds on milk, eggs and fresh meats daily, and walks around and around all the time. We saw Bears, the fallow deer, the pellican, which is a very peculiar looking bird, the prettiest parrots I ever saw, and lots of other things I can'irtake time and space to tell about.- - I did not go The fastest hand told me he made on an average of five dol lars per day. Said when he began he only made seventy-fiv- e cents. Then a dollar. This is hard on the wrist and hand until they get limbered up. The men who make the cases get one cent a case. One man said he could make five and six hundred cases a day and the one who closed the cases gets three quarters of a cent a case. He said he had made eight dollars a day but seven was an average. and town clerk. STOP AT THE age of 33, on April 12, At the 1863 he was married to Julia Ann Fosket, this marriage having the distinction of being the first wedding solemnized in Forest WHEN IN LOUISVILLE City. They were the parents of GOOD ROOIVIS $1.00 PER. 3XA.Y. EimOPEAJNT PIAJS". ten children, five of whom died Pine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices in infancy. One daughter, Mrs. Pree Auto Bus Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Baths Susie Walker Langston, died March 30, 1899. There are livWRITE ITOR RESERVATIONS. ing three daughters and one son: Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas of Hava na, Mrs. Patsy Walter --Barnes,' GALT HOUSE I must tell you about the bridge across the Bay. It is out from the heart of the City, one and a half miles. It is a thousand feet long and wide enough for automobiles to pass each other. We walked out on it quite a distance, was getting late and Polly Walker and Kelso Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Walker of Forest City. Besides Has located in Columbia Eye Specialist the children and his aged wife, and will do a General Special attention given Diseases of all there are five grandchildren. Domestic Animals practice. Mr. Walker was a member of Office at Keaidence, 1 mile of town, on and a faithful worker in the Residence on JBurkesville Street. Jamestown road. Methodist church ior a half ,cenOffice in Butler Building Phone 1UG. tury. Although his health has Ky. Miss ' (Continued DR. JAS. TAYLOR, L. H. Jones on Public Square. V .Columbia, on page 7.) THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BVERYTHlNOglN "S , Trifled with Lunatic. ! HOOFING Asphalt, Qravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. A.Iso An Old Kentucky Home Since I Began Taking Peruna I Weigh 120 Pounds for the First Time in My Life. My former weight was 102 lbs. My Mother who is 76 Years Old Had Grown so Weak She could scarcely walk. She also took Peruna and is fleshier and looking well. The above splendid woman is Mrs. Hattle Hamilton, ot 018 Glen Ave.. Xatonla, Ky. She recommends Peruna to all housewives. Address The Feruna Co. ot Columbus, Ohio, for a tree copy of the "Ills of Life." m Father's farm lay, between high hills whose stony tops seemed to shut out all intercourse with the outside world. ' Small wonder that Sister Flora ' and I felt depressed that summer afternoon, for the rest of the family had gone to a meeting of the Grange, leaving us alone in that lonely valley. After wandering aimlessly Eiwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. . CO- - ncornorated and Drool; 1 12.1 16 Eaat Market Mreei? titlweenirst Louisville, Ky. Birdseve viewljoftour Plant iiftrnti&&rj. Jteijv HT!.3 around the farm we climoed to the loft of an old log corncrib where Flo, laying aside the dignity of her sixteen years, proceeded to help me maka a trous seau for my doll. We were deep in the complications of a Dlly Varden hat when, hap'pening to glance down where the road entered the valley, we were electrified to see a young woman coming on the run. As she came near we saw she was the daughter, of a farmer, who had lately come to the neigh- - Justice Lamar if the Supreme Cour died Sunday after a Io- nthrough without any ilIness He Whjt appoinled five I sang it apparent effect on the trans- - years ajro by President Taft. He rmed creature at the OTind-- J WM rom Geurgi borhood- d a Dem0. "Why, Lucy, what's the mat- - rone. This was followed by, "I' crat. Vould Not Live Always; I Ask ter?" we called. "Hide me quick," she gasped. ot to Stay." Still the ominous Do you want a Poland China? I started on his favorite, "There isaFountainFilleluithBlood." I -- i ' "Largest in Dixie" V. 8 ). Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated wouldn't go with him to Squirt v.oice beijan t( c,fl ..Rej. ice n.2t. Sp Harris Hoffer's he went mad and tnec Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, to kill me. I got away from hiir md be Glad," but instead ot her The Prison Commissioners U3ual flute-likvoice she imitated j Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog state that when the convicts are by taking to the woods, but us tones , worked on ttie roads, that there oh, dear, I hear him coming Lucy sat up and stared Th- -i will only be need lor one peni now!" ILLUSTRATED whetting stopped, then he began The tentiary , Put mere will be need "Go around behind and climb :o beat time with that long knif6j Most JkAH more prison guards as they Interesting up here'" l told her as distanllind soon joined in. making the for HIGHEST PRICES PAID Magazine will be worked on me roads in Published. Remittance Mailed on Day mutterings sent chills up and hills reverberate to his measured Shipment U ReceiTed small squads. SO Timely No Commission to Pay down my spine. But the mani- - chaiit Gradually ihe fury fad- Articles Write for Price List aid ac must have seen her through ed from hi.-- lace, and wnen our with Shipping Tags Frances M Head, of New Over 200 the shrubbery, for he made a parents came a half an hour la- - Hope, Striking M. Sabel & Sons one ot the oldest distillers Pictures in bee line toward our refuge. Incorporated Eitabluhed 1S56 ur, smilinir at "the music in the ,n Kentucky, died at Los Angeles, Each LOUISVILLE, KY. Cent, fJr TwH.ncftrt PKtum "I seen you, you lyin' hussy," air." he la'J forgotten Lucy's qhNumber he scrermed, brandishing his "treachery" and was ready fori Sample Copy Free Tom Hatcher, of Pikeville, has knife. "I'm goin' to cut your The aermans have completed Send us your name and address supper. and say where you saw this adverbeen named byGov. Stanley as lyin' tongue out, and I'm goin' tne capture ol the positions ta- tisement and we will mail you free a copy of Illustrated World, the War Upon Pain! Prison Commissioner to succeed to wash my hands in the blood French jugt before ken fey big, human interest magazine which tells you in clear, simple language Gen. Henry Lawrence. Pain is a visitor to every home and Christmas, of every girl in this region!" about all the wonderful things men Louisville, Kentucky. have two extra, tfi.od jjilts, beauties, will weigh 14o pounds. Mated with a long knife. Justin fun I asked Tnen hoDe died, and I kid my 'registered Duroc, to farrow early in ' him to marry me, and to-d- a ead on Flo's shoulder. wai'inr Apri1, price Sio.oo each, Also two when evervbodv bad gone to the or the worst, she drew me to Itnat will weigh about.90 or 100 pounds for 810.0U each. If you want some- Grange, he came, and when! r,er, and in a srong, triumphant' thing good tin, is jour opportunity KjLa&y unaiicj a ruining wiiii c - nv. i.nn.. WHOLESALE Qm e EWORLD' I V i 1 M J 15 - ! -- ( We had known him as a d Judge Rhea, in opening court happenings of the world; is accurate, fellow going from house but never dull; thrilling, but not at Greenville, called the grand sensational; fascinating, but not trashy. Over 200 striking pictures jury's attention to the violation to house seemingly happy if givin every issue. The most interesten a place by the cook stove, ing and helpful magazine for all the of the prohibition law. family. For sale by all newsdealers. where he would sit and chant 15c a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free sample Indictments against leaders of hymns copy. Be Mure to mention until summoned to the Address: this advertisement. the United Mine Works, on acdinner table. Being a master ILLUSTRATED WORLD count of the strikes last year in 5800 Drexel Ave., Chicago. 111. hand at splitting rails or hoeing Colorada, have been dismissed. corn, he was generally welcome, ConW. J. Bryan's letter to The Republican State Conven- as he would work for a week for gressman Sherwood opposing a tion will be held in Louisville a cast-of- f vest or a pair of shoes. big increased in the army and March 1st, to name delegates to Through an open chink we navy created quite a sensation the Chicago National breathlessly watched him try in Washington. edge. His hands are doing everywhere. usually It brings it comes quite unexpectedly.' emer- J before you the vital crack-braine- Judje Tracy, of Covington, gency if you keep a small bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy. It is the has ruled that he can't restrain greatest pain killer ever discovered the liquor traffic in Covington Simp!) laid on the skin no rubbing requird it drives the pain away It and Newport on Sunday is really wonderful , But you are prepared for every his knife's were trembling, his usual hours deliberAfter fifty-on- e Mrs. H. B. Curd was kept ation the jury in the New Haven alive for five days in a Lexing- eyes glittered, his hat was off, and his stringy hair fell in discases acquitted six of the di- Ada Rehan, the great actress, Mervin H. Soister, Berkeley, Cal., writes: "Last Saturday, after tramp i.icad. iug around the Panama Exposition with wet feet, I came home with my Mr. Mat S. Cohen, Commisneck so stiff that I couldn't, turn. I applied Sloan's Liniment freely and sioner of Agriculture, married went to bed To my surprise, next Mrs. Mayfield, a widow of morning, the stiffness had almost dis appeared four hours after the second Mayfield. application I was as good as new." Foxes March, 1915. 25c. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. mild $2.50 to $4.00 each; Coons 31.25 each keep on hands a full stock of Grey Squirrels 25c. each. Send them coffins, caskets, and. robes. I also keep hospital by the transfusion ton W. T. HODGEN, to rectors and was unable to agree of blood from her daughter, Miss order over his sweaty, convul- Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Box 232, Campbelisville, Ky. sive face as he began whetting two hearses. Prompt service night or as t" five others Grace Curd. Residence Phone 29, office the knife on a grindstones near. day fifty thousand beards for sale at "If we could only get him phone 98. I f. Read Our Liberal Paper Ofrefs started on one of his hymns," I whispered. Flo nodded. I 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Colombia. Ky CaseyJones Stere. 7-t- Ad f: .1 4 v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE ADAIR .BOUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company ( Incorporated.) Mid-Wint- er Editor. CHAS. S. HARRIS, White Sale I Democratic newspaper devoted to .the interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair mad adjoining counties. On Wednesday, January 19 we will inaugurate our annual White Goods Sales. In anticipation of higher; prices qn Linens and Cotton Goods, we have bought heavily in Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offi- ce as second SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WeD.JN.'l9. a 1916 "Hon. Harvey Helm has introduced the following bill in the House of Representatives: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the following sums of money be, and are hereby, authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and to be expended under the direction of the Secre tary of War, arid under the su- pervision of the Chief of Engi neers, for the construction, com pletipn, repair,: and preservation of the public works herein after named: For the construction 01 Lock and Dam Numbered Twenty (to be known under the new plan of the Department of Engineers as Lock and Dam Num bered Seventeen, and herein&f ter known and styled as Lock and Dam Numbered Seventeen) on the Cumberland River above Nashville, Tennessee, in Kentucky: Provided, That the Secretary of War may enter into a contract or contratcs for such material and work as may be necessary to prosecute and com plete said Lock Numbered Seventeen, to be paid for as appropriations may be made from time to time therefor, not to exceed $517,000, the amount estimated as the cost of said lock and Dam in the plan recommended by the Department of Engineers in the report of February fourth, nineteen hundred and fourteen." these Stocks, and t can truthfully say, that we will show the most complete assortments of these goods ever 'shown in Columbia. The line embraces in part, all goods and prices in Linens, Nainsooks, Long Cloths, Pajama Cloths. Dimities, Mercerized Batiste, Plain and Seed Voiles,, Swisses, Mercerized Organdies, Skirting Twills, Piques, Crepes, Crepe De Chene, Novelty Checked Shirtings, Poplins, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Sets, Quilts, Table Linens, Napkins, Crashes, Towels, Flouncings, Embroideries, Laces, Spring Style Dress Ginghams, Percals, Suitings, &c. s? && m In SB We Advise you to Buy These Goods Early Prices are Advancing this sale we will give CLOSING OUT PRICES on all Winter Goods, Mens and Womens " " " "- M $1 00 Underwear Garments-- : - 75c '"' ." 50c " " 25c ' 5 50 All Wool large size Bed' .'....$4-5Blankets pr 95 2 50 Wooll Knap Bed Blankets pr. Blankets from Cotton Bed ; 50c to $1 75 pr. 4 00 Wool Padded Bed Comforts $3 25 50; White Cotton Padded Bed, 79c 58c 38c ''19c 0 Ladies Odd Skirts reduced 25 to 35 per ct Ladies $ I 00 Woo! Knit Petticoats' 79c 50c Cotton " 38g , Other desirable goodsat like reductions. We are closing out our entire stock of American Beauty and Madam Grace Corsets at Manufacturer's Cost. Big Assortment Winter Gloves for Men, Women and Children 25 pes cent off 1 Men's $15 00 Suits. " 12 50 " 10 '1 $12 00 9 25 Ladies and Misses Coat Suits 00' . .Odd Coats and Skirts. $20 00 Ladies Coat Suits " " .17 50 " " " " 12 50 N 7 75 1 Comforts 1 00 Grey ""Cotton Comforts 115 Padded Bed '" $12 75 M0 00 8 50 v7 75 00 Boys Norfolk Suits, assorted from. $ I 50 to $4 50 formerly priced at $2 50 to $6 00 89c 1100 1 m SB? large assortment Mens Womens and Childrens Sweaters at Cost. We include in this cut price sale everything in Winter Dress Goods. A 0 '7 1 50 Odd Coats 7 75 " . " $ 900 .:..-5 50 Lof25 Misses Cloaks $1 50 to $3 75 00-S- 12 50-- Our stock of Mens, Womens and Childrens Shoes and Overshoes is complete we are making liberal reductions in this de-, partment. BaH ; ,- '" ' -- " -- &H. 60c Storm Serge, Assorted Shad yd 48c " 48c " " 60c French " 6 000 yards Assorted 5ali?oWin Winter and Early Spring Styles at 4Xc per yd. 5 000 yards 0c. Bleach Cotton 8c per yd. 1 We invite you to come and look over the largest general stock of Merchandise in this section of Kentucky. ujj Rjussell - Wlv severe wind hit this part, blow- sister of the late Stant Wool-- r ing down trees, fencing, and al ridge, is reported dangerously so moving L. C. Grider's barn; ill. Later dead. e community The health about a foot. As the Legislature is nov in is better than when we last Grover McKinney, who is sel session at Frankfort, and tooti wrote. ing Bigler's stock and poultry and very memcer s sworn to 1915 has passed and fordo their full duty, we h t e As remedies, was tnrough here one some laws will be rsnealea arid ever gone and we are entering , day laSt Wefck. good I1JU1J J If llUWLili SIMJ upon the duties of another, wej of our The musical entertainment at upon the should each ana every one Barger's, on Saturday grand old State. strive to make this the greates; Ernest night the 8th inst , by Esto's There are two measures we and grandest year of our lives. string band, composed of Mar-en- s would be glad to know would beM. L. Owens bought a cow Phelps, H. Haynes, E. Mor- come laws during this session. First a law requiring each and from Will Garr for $40.00. gan, Fox Bros., and others, was every county in the State to One more week of school at reported a success. keep two thoroughbred blood Moore schoolhouse. As Prof. Mrs. S. E. hounds at the county, making While en route to Lawrence had to be in Georgia VYulford's, one day last week, their evidence the same as a perthe first of the year to take son. Louis Wilson, in Company with charge of a graded school, Willie We are of the opinion that Mrs. S. B. Collins andgMrs. Mar-titiwith this law m lorce, crime Leach, of Jamestown, has been Carter, drove over a stump, would decrease and many that employed to finish out his part Mrs. Carter falling out on her are now criminals fleeing from of the school. head. Fortunately no damage justice would be landed where John Vaughan and Paul done, except a sore head and they rightly belong. who are attending school neck. Rev. J. A. Wallace, the new at Jamestown, report a fine James, the little son of Mr. circuit rider on the Jamestown school and good attendance. and Mrs. James Oaks, is report--, charge, filled his regular apto have tents. sent to Hickman, Victorians Huerta,' once the Aunt. Nancy McFarland and ed quite sick with pneumonia. where the high water has. forcedi provisional President of Mexico, daughter,.Dollie, still remain in Mrs. Wm: Cook, who. has been pointment aBethlemen the 2nd a poor health. .gjeople from their homes. a victim of pneumonia; we are Sunday. died last week. Ovvensbv. of-thi The National Committee of theProgressive party met in Chicago last week tu arrange for a na tional convention to be held in that city in June. Eight, hundred" rooms were engaged at the The Republican National Con various hotels to accommodate vention and the Progressive Na- delegates. A cheering note was tional Convention will be held in received by the committee from Chicago at the same time. Theodore Roosevelt. It is very evident from reading Hon. L. T. Neat, who repre reports from various States, that sents Adair and Cumberland, in an effort will be made to have troduced the first bill in the the two parties unite on a Repub- House, to repeal the tax on dogs. lican for the Presidency. It is Be was also appointed on the fol further in evidence that the P -- lowing Committees: Corporate greasives wU urge the selecli m Institutions, Codes of Practice, of Mr. Roosevelt and the Repub- Internal Improvements licans will decline to accept him. Garland Stephens, ' a buy, Although no reply to the brought anout the arrest at United States demand has been Booneville, Ind., of Georee 11. received from Carranza by tl e Fink, Bookkeeper of an Evans-viliState Department, officials at buggy company, who was Washington are not inclined to missing with a valise containing doubt the good faith of the Mex- $17,000 of the company's pay ican General in the assurances roll funds. of .speedy puniFvmont of the S. J. Weller, who was cashier tho masbandits responsible of the Dundee Bank, Ohio counsacre of Americarc ty, committed suicide last week. Gov. Stanley has taken steps The books are being investigated. e Hon. Robert Antle, State SenMrs. Thomas Wells, who is! rjad to state is on her road to ator1 from the 16th district, at the home of her father, James recovery. ' ap McKinley, is reported quite sick fairea well in the Committee Uncle Calbert Blair, of Roy, is i visiting his son, L. C, We are ; pointments. He was placed on with heart trouble. five or six. He is a diligent ' n,lfUnmmnnf the 29th ol 'informed he will spend six months with his son. worker. December, at about 4 o'clock, a! Aunt Betsey Ann Wooldnd.e, I i - mn-ni- r nrriJ-far- i statues ! a ir Gri-de- r, ' ' THE- - ADAIR COUNTY NEWS V-- t Personals. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Who-Wha- t-? OF KENTUCIY, Mr. Romie Judd is at iiome for a Rachel E. Grissom, Extr. few days. of In every field of human Mrs. Emily Burton, who was quiet W. R Grissom, deceased, vs. sick last week, is improving. Detf. the man or the Sam Ferrell, &c. product that excels must forMiss Fannie D. Shirley is a victim By yirture of a Judgment and Order of double pneumonia, and was very of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- ever live in the white light ill last week. dered at the Sept Term, thereof, 1916, of publicity where envy and Miss Lonie Taylor, Campbellsville, in the above cause, for the sum of emulation are constantly at and dollars with work. visited Mrs. J. B. Barbee and Mrs C. thirty-seveC. Carroll last Saturday and Sunday. the interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 7th day of Feby.,, Whether in art,- literature, Mr. J. H. Kinnaird, of Red Licki 1916, until paid, and her costs herein, music, or j industry, and Judge J. W Kinnaird, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the excellence brings thesame rewere here last Wednesday. Court house door in Columbia, Ky , to Mr. and Mrs. L V. Gadberry, who the highest bidder, at Public Auction, wards and punishment. have been living in Illinois for two on Monday, the 7th day of tf'eby , 1916, Widespread recognition is years, were here here last Wednesday, at one o'clock, p m., or thereabout, the reward, and the punishen route to their old home, Font HiM, (being County Court ,) upon a credit Ky. of six months, the following described ment fierce denial and detract: Four certain tracts tion. Mr. E. G. Shaw has removed with property, of land lying and being on the waters his family from Columbia to CampWhen a man's work becomes bellsville. He has quite a lot of work of Pettits Fork creek, in Adair counwhole engaged for that place. He has the ty, Ky., the first tract contains 49 a standard acres, the second tract contains SI world, it also becomes a tarbest wishes of his friends here acres, the third tract contains 2 acres, get for envious competitors. Rev, Jesse L. Murrell, who was a the fourth tract contains 4 acres. brother of Mrs. Sarah E. Barger, and Said lands are known as the John Fer-ri- ll The leader is assailed bewho is stationed near Lebanon, reached lands. For more complete descrip- cause he is a leader, and the here just before his sister died and tion reference is made to the Judgend ment and Order of Sale in Order Book effort to equal him is the was at the bedside heti the .came. 14, Page 453 of the Adair Ciicuit proof of his leadership. Court Clerk's office For the purMr. Berry Buster and wife, of Failing to equal him the chase pripe, the purchaser, with ap Creelsboro, were here Monday, in follower seeks to depreciate company with Dr. J. I McClendon, en proved surety or securities, must exeroute for Elizabeth Hospital, Leb- cute Bond, bearing legal interest from and to destroy but only conanon. Mrs. Buster to undergo an op- the day of sale until paid, and having firms once more the superi- the force and., effect of a Judgment. ority of that which he wishes eration. Bidders will be prepared to comply to supplant. prombtly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. There i s nothing new in Paramount Pictures The Best Plays and the Best Players For the Best people who Appreciate Quality pictures. This weeks Bill Is Exceptional. n 'I endeavor Thursday Night Saturday Night .HOBART BOSWORTH in "The Country House" MAY IRWIN in "Mrs. Black is Back" 4 Acts . - n 31-10- 0 - science . One of America's Funniest Comedies; Parlor Circle Theatre. to-wi- for the l-- "7 Mule s Wanted fe:-- : i well be nsr r Columbia, Ky. 'b. c Additional Locals. Home want a Poland China? I this. It is as old as the world have two extra good gilts, beauties, as old as human passions Do you I , ONc february Woman's Com-Danio- n. will weigh 140 pounds. Mated with a jenvy, fear, greed, ambitio'r registered Duroc, to farrow early in covetousness. April. Price $15.00 each, Also two jand that will weigh about 90 or 100 pounds i And it avails nothing. TI for $10.00 each. If you want some- man or the product that h- - s thing good this is your opportunity 11-2- 6. Saturday, Jan., 22, 1916, C. S. . The February Woman's Home Companion not only has splendid fiction by Boards and Fence posts for sale at That which is good or grc; writers, but excellent, Casey Jones Store. makes itself known no msc- special articles and features tf. 'ter how loud the clamor t ' Among the short stoay contributors Mary are Mary E Wilkins Freeman, denial. That which desenv; Por Sale. Heaton Vorse ane Sophie Kerr They to live lives. present a lively and attractive group of stories The two big serials "The Who is My farm containing one hundred Rising Tide" and "Chloe Malone" are and ninety-fivacres, lying on Petits continued by Margaret Deland and Fork creek, four miles south, of CoerfFannie Heaslip Lea. "The Geranium lumbia. This farm is well "improved Merchant Lady" is concluded by Sylvia Chat-fiel- d and very productive of corn, whear 101 I HILL well-know- n 7-.e narris. in them the real qualities leadership remains the leadc To buy Mules from 4 to 6 years old and from 15 to 164 hands high. Must be in good flesh and sound. Will pay highest market price. i ! Ti vdm 331 Fourth Ave., New York City. TaKe Notice. Bates. Address The' Companion and tobacco. ll-2t. s Allen. Annie Notice. J. M. Howell, Greensburg, Kentucky. in this County? Quite a number of relatives ttnd baskets were friends with in attendance, and when' dinner was announced such an abundance to frcm the substantial part of life to the daintiest of dainties. Hugh was thts recepient of many useful and valuable presents one among which being an eletrant watch, of his mother's which was an heir-loofamily- - this he should treasure as a sacred cjift aud preserve for future generations. He is a diligent pupil of the L. W. T. S , preparing himself to fight life's battles and it is the wish of his many friends, that he may be emimently successful Jn his undertakings during life. XX well-filled r.e-holm I will pay cash fora!l kincs of country produce. Will pay 15 cents for Winfrey has been dissolved, Mr. T. R. Stults succeeding Mr Winfrey and the butter. Will sell coa! oi! in 50 gallon Do not neglect Nature's. Warnfirm is now Browning & Stults. This barrels for 13 cents An iron barrel ing Signals. firm has several reliable companies, for 84 00 A 30 gallon narrel for $:5 5J. If you suffer from headache, nerJ. P. Hutchison. both fire aud life, and will be thankvousness, sick stomach, constipaful for all business received. Ofilce A General Sfocft of Goods for tion, palpitation, hysterics, or a dull over Murray's dry goods store. heavy feeling in the head, TAKE Sale. HEED for nature is saying to ycu as plainly as if the words were Reached His Majority. I desire to sell my entire stoci of spoken, "I NEED HELP." dry goods The business is beint; con- The tissues, muscles and membust busings branes supporting your womanly Mrs. R A Hutchison en- ducted in one of th Mr. and Sundaj in honor of houses which I will rent. The stock organs need strengthening need tertained last their sou, Hugh, who had reached his is clean, and the purchaser v.il! be a tonic, need FOOD. twenty-firs- t given a bargain. birthday. STELLA-VITAThe insurance firm of Browning & ll-2- t. Warning to Wn FARM ERS AND DEA EPS it-tasu iM iii TOR fs Ann i yy( u$j4? Ship Your Tobacco lo The "OLD RELIABLE L0U1SVILCE HOUSE" Where ever Hogshead will have the Best of Attentiou, and be sole? for its Full Market, Value Returns promptly months storage Free. made-F- our Glover & Durrett, Mgrs. TtfySOTHXgSgCWJillJJJWmiJUaM'HMI L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgiv nmtoja urifjuyr Mrs. W. L. Walker. E will supply what in needed, will supply it in the form that will bring quickest and most lasting results. STELLA-VITAE, Live Rabbits, trap caught, not crippfed; 15c each. Send then to W. T riODGEM, Farm for Sale. Sly farm containing 200 acres, three fant daughter, which died ''in miles northeast of Columbia, and one mile from Canipbellsville pike. Call Nofmatter how many remedies you have four days from its birth. on me. W. R. Williams. tried, no matter how many doctors havo t failed to help you you owe IT TO YOURMiss Ruth Holladay,aLindsey-Wilso- n SELF to try this great medicine for ths ailments of women. pupil, spent the hohdajs Fifty thousand boards for sale ct THE TRIAL WILL COST YOU NOTH-INwith her aunrJMrs. Kinnaird, of Casey Jones Store. unless you are benefited. 10-5G 7-- tf tested and approved specialists, has been PROVEN TO BE nature's Great Restorer of strength to thcr womanly organs. For THIRTY YEARS it has been helping suffering women. by-- Campbellsville, Kv, ES were raised, In the corporate limits of Columbia many lists were raised. We have authorized YoUR dealer to sell you ONE bottle on osr positive, binding GUARANTEE of 'money back if NOT Mr. Sam McCaffree is saving his amjj HELPED." AFTER YOU are satisfied 5.00. munition' and at the same time he is he will sell you als bottles u destroying the propagation of squir- Go srsend this very day-'te- s jour, rels. He went hunting last Wednesday end get that ONE bottle and hf convinced The county board of equalizers fin- and killed three grown squirrels at tiMt you have at last set you feet firmly or the road to perfect health and strength. ished its work last week But few one shot. property holders out in the county Company this place. Mr. Will Walker will leave for Campbellsville Monday, to enter school. Miss Dorinda Scott has return ed to school at Campbellsville. Miss "Gertrude Kinnaird UXDHRTAKnK AND KMBALMKIS COLXJAtBIA, ICY. Any kind of a Casket made ready to send out In a few minutes after recehinsr order. charge for hearse. AH kinds of Holies ort hand. Over Cumlerland Grocery Co. Phone 59 A .. Xo-extr- ti? Thacher Medicine Neil Chattanooga Teai Take Notice. All accounts due me not paid by the firsoofcFebruary, will be placed In the hands of ar collector. If you want to savejCosc,J?eedthe notice. t J. F. PAtteiOa.' ti U-2- Foxes brother passed through this Mr. and Mrs. Tom Combs have place en route to Campbepsvilje, been on an extended visit to Red at tin I edside of her daughter 82.50 to $1.00 each; Coom 31.25 eacX Lick and Edmonton. Mrs. Mrs. Bob Simpson, for the last after spending a delightful Grey Squirrels 25c. each. .Send ifcerz? X mas with their parents, Mr. to Combs is in poor health, but re,.. T. HODGEIf, week or so. Mr. and Mrs. Simpported better at present. S. Kinhiard, of Red Box'22, . ' CamphellsYille, and Mrs. J. Ky. son hive the sympathy of5 a host Mrs. Carrie Walker- - has been Lick. .v. t. of fne iJj at Ctte ii)3.i o. neir in -- F .r a e By J N Page and THEIJADAIR COUNTY NEWS I JB h v t Broken Hearts Mended. Broken hearts are now being mended. Not the hearts shattered by unfortunate romances, but the valvular organs pierced by knives. Time mends the first kind, but only the skilful surgeon, Zeldler, can be depended on to operate successfully on the knife-tor- n Nine Negroes Killed. SOUTHERN DRUG MAKES MERCHANT A race war in Early county, UNUSUAL STATEMENT Ga., and across Great Business Lrfsses Due to Neglect the Chattahoo-ch- e heart. Dr. Zeldler has a little hospital at Obuchow in Russia. Thirty-on- e persons brought to the hospital with hearts pierced and slashed by knife wounds have successfully had their organs repaired and have recovered entirely, to all appearances, from their remarkable experiences. One patient has lived seven years and shows no signs of hav ing been affected by the heart wound and subsequent sewing up. The patients were all put under the influence of ether very soon after the injury, part of the chest wall was removed, the heart lifted from its bed, and the stitches quickly introduced between pulsations. The oony chest wall over the heart was not put back into place, that organ be.ng left protected onlv by skin and muscle. This was done to give the heart room to expand and to prevent adhesions from embarrassing the heart's action. Coughs and Colds are dangerous Few of us realize the danger of Coughs and Colds. We consider them common and harmless ailments. However statistics tell us every third person dies of a lung ailments Danger ous Bronchial and Lung diseases follow a neglected cold. As your body struggles against cold germs, no better aid can be had than Dr. King's !New Discovery. Its merits has been tested by old and young In use over 45 years. Get a bottle Avoid the risk of serious Lung ailments. Adv. For sale by Paull Drug Co. to-da- y. river, in Alabama, has recently resulted in the killing of nine negroes, the wounding of several whites and the burning of four negro lodge buildings. The trouble grew out of the murder of J. Villipigue, a white plantation overseer, by negroes Bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches sely the physical peculiarities of her .ldren, will soon discover that the jst important thins in connection with child's constant good health is to keep a bowels regularly open. Sluggish wels will be followed by loss of appe-trestlessness during sleep, lrrita-.at- y and a dozen and one similar of physical disorder. At the first sign of such d'sorflpr sivo :ne child a teaspoonful of Dr. C iwell's 3"rup Pepsin at ninht on ret..ni,r and repeat the dose the following night if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recover Its accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether e, evi-lenc- es W. WITHERS MILLER Drug President of the Company, Richmond, Va., is authority for the following extraordinary statePolk-Miller ment: "I estimate that the business men of this country could increase their efficiency fully ten per cent by taking an occasional laxative and not neglecting the bowels as most of them do." He also said that if the Department of Commerce in Washington would present each business man in the country with a box of Rexall Orderlies, it would be of great benefit to the national welfare. Rexall Orderlies are prompt in action, pleasant to take and never gripe, can be used by men, women or children, and are just the thing for toning up sluggish livers. We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. PAULL DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. d&e ( grandison Goolsby and his sons, Mike and Ulysses. The killing of the white man is said to have been caused by a beating which measures as will surpress dishe gave to one of the young ease germs, if the public health Goolsbys. is to be conserved. Immediately mobs and posses The one great animating prinstarted in pursuit of the slayers ciple of medicine and of sanitaand are said to have killed nine tion today is the prevention of negroes in the conflict which disease, not the cure of it, For followed. In retaliation the nearly a generation in this counblacks wounded a number of try public schools and newspawhite men. pers have been educating the Reports that a negro secret or- people along health lines, and if ganization had delegated Gools what they have been told is put bys and his sons to kill Villipigue into effect by them influenza and caused the burning of four ne kindred diseases can be stamped gro lodges. The elder Goolsby out on their first appearance. was known as one of the leading Upon the people rests the primal and ne- responsibility of being well and spirits in negro Ma-o- n gro Odd Fellow's lodge in that staying well. section and also as a member of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Mos several negro organizations. Effectual. It is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic 'properties which help to tone and strenginen the stomach, liver and bowels sc that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will rlo '.tj own work. Anyone wishing to nnnu i trial of this remedy before buying .t J", the regular wav of a druggist at : ff cnts or one tzril-dollar a larce Sittl sire) can a sampio the home l.ao of charcc uf . ;ntr Dr. free i.t.r.- ' ' -n ?. W B. Cil!". ... .. . .!re33 Monticello, on a postal cun v - Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 103f Trigg Ave.. Memphis. Tenn., and Mrs. Sillie E. Griffith. Veechdalf, are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and vith them, as witli thous&nus vi uiheis, there is no substitute for tli.a j,rand laxative. too powerful for a child. The homes of K. ,.. All About Thef (3) Legislature The STATE JOURNAL Of Frankfort. Six issues per week Only Daily Paper at the State Capitol From Now Until April 1, 1916 1 1 1 For 50 Cents Less Than 5 Cents a WeeR. No other paper will have as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the presentses-sion- . If 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 All Classes of Denral work done. Crow and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store the bird's favorite food. When the bird entered the many bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and every time it hss cured me. I have We will send the Adair County found lb most effectual for a hacking News one year. cough and for colds. After taking it The Daily Evening Post, one year, a cough always disappears," writes J. The Woman's "World, one year, E. Moore, Lost Valley, Ga. For sale Home Life, one year, by Paull Drug Co. Home and Farm, one year, Adv. People's Popular Monthly, one year, A beautiful calendar for 1916 all for Paper Made of Grass. 83.25, If you want reading matter tf now s the time to subscribe. A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. "I have taken a great The Adair County Columbia. Ky. News, Dirs 5?5K) Stone J & Stone, Attoney-At-La- w Curious Big Game Hunting. The gramophone is sometimes put to strange uses. The leader of an African hunting expedition, who set out on a motor trip from the Cape to Cairo, recently used it as a decoy for tigers and hippopotami. In tiger hunting it is usual to tether a lamb to a tree; its bleatings attract the tiger within reach of the hunters. Before leaving England the ex plorer had some records made by bleating lambs, and, says a re- horn to get the food the clockwork was set in motion. The little creature soon grew accustomed to the sound, and so, after much tedious and discouraging labor, successful records were made. These records are selling in thousands all over the world. Help Your Liver-- It As a means of conserving the Will practice in this Typhus and Influenza. Mexico there are 250,000 cases of tyhus fever, while in the United States more than a mill- ln Pays. When your liver gets torpid and your stomach acts queer, take Dr, King's New Life Pills and you will find yourself feeliDg better. They purify the blood, give you freedom from constipation, biliousness, dizzi- ness and indigestion. You feel fine In Mexico climatic conditions, just like you want to feel. Clear the complexion too. 25c at Paull Drug utter failure to give attention to Adv. Co sanitary matters, and the rava- are now suffering from influenza. The death rate from typhus is abnormally high, while that from influenza is rapidly approaching the figures set by "the grip" which swept the councry 20 years ago., Both results from insanitary conditions, both being germ diseases. ion people forests in this country, the Department of Agriculture is with wire grass as a source of supply for pulp for making paper instead of wood pulp. Wire grass, as it is commonly known in the West, grows on the Pacific slope and in Western Mexico. Ir forms a dense mat of roots and yields in fertile soils sometimes as high as three tons of grass. It is fibrous and tough and can be reduced by the soda process. The use of the "nog," by which wood is re- duced to pulp, is entirely done avvay with. and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky i ' &--. DROPS OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE A FEW Hakes Hens in the drinking water Lay Amazingly yR , j Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Limberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At Valuable poultry book tree. BOURBON REMEDY CO. Leilogloo, Ky. J. T. Waggener, aged sixteen, of Paris, jumped from a two cent writer, he tried them- - on story window and walked a mile the unsifpecting tigers of the m the snow in his night clothes African jungle with consider- and bare feet while asleep. The British battleship, King Edward VII., struck a mine and sunk within a short time. All the crew of 777 men were saved. This was one of England's modern ships. able success. The record makers gained one of their greatest triumphs when they succeeded in getting good nightingale and blackbirds records. The chief difficulty was nn i to the objection that bir the sounds of the reu; Jing 'machines. The clever men got i.i md that by setting up a dummy recording machine, in the Jlttrn of which they put some of ges of war largely account for the prevalence ot typhus fever. In the United States the open winter, exposing decaying vegetables and animal matter, may be the principal contributing Mexico is cause of influenza. without physicians or other medical assistance, Carranza having banished the Red Cross. In the United States doctors are plentiful and are able to afford relief if summoned in time But beThe entire submarine warfare yond all these the people themGermany and Austria affectof must giv.e attention to ing this country has been prac- - selves tically settled by Germany's re- - cleanliness about homes and premises, and take such other cent concession. In other words, wood is being used three times a3 fast as it grows. The conse- quenceis, of course, a continual The paper manufactured from increase in the price of raw ma- the stock has proven as satis- - terial and the desirability of substitute is ob- factory, in physical tests, as a ga; vious. first grade, machine-finishe- d printing paper. It has, moreCOIds Need Attention over, a very satisfactory appearance and feeling. For bleaching feet per acre. i i t however, the experiments produce inflamation, irritation, swellshowed that more bleaching ing or soreness and unless checked at powder was required than with once, are likely to lead to serious poplar stock. trouble. Pine-Tar-Hone- Internol throat and chest troubles It has been estimated that the growth of wood in the United States is being removed at the rate of 36 cubic ' feet per acre each year, while the natural in- crease is at the rate of 12 cubic Caught in time Dr. Bell's loosens the phlegm and destroys the germs which have settled in the throat or nose. It is soothing and healing. Pine is antiseptic; honey is soothiDg both together possess excellent medicinal qualities for fighting cold germs. In 25c sist on Dr. Bell's ' at Paull Drug Co. Adv y Pine-Tar-Hone- y. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS XEftXX ! Death of S. T. Walker. (Continued from page 2.) Farmers 'Should Alfalfa Grow Jtaideace Phooe-1- B BusiaeuPno T fc. elA 4 You Need a Tonic posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. fou can't make a mistake in taking There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- been failing for the past few years, his mind was bright and active to the last. He was held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends who are saddened that a good man has passed away. The funeral was heflJ Wednesday at 2 o'clock, at the Methodist church in Forest City. Rev. Jesse Murrell, the pastor, spoke words of condolence to. the hearts bowed with sorrow. A quartett sang the songs he loved and the body was laid to rest beside those of the children gone befoie. The floral offerings , sent by relatives and friends completely hid the casket from view. Havana, I CI CftftDUl The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. LVJ' UBJ 1 Has Helped Thousands. lJ t8 XXXXX III., paper. ! IW1 A proposal to pay indemnity &aiK&Sl ?y XTX W VTX W Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent, less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. for Americans lost in the Lusi tania disaster was made to Secretary Lansin by Count von Bernstorff, the German Ambsssa-dowho also gave assurance that noncombatant ships of any character would not be attacked without warning and that safety would be accorded with passengers and crew. No official indication was given as to the acceptability of the proposal, but some officials took the view that it would end the controversy. r, There will be a large extension in the acreage of alfalfa in the IDENTIST1 Eastern States in the next few Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g, years. . In many places in this up Stairs. section there is much the same - Kentucky feeling toward alfalfa that the Columbia, farmers of the West had toward J. B. Stoe J. H. Stone the westward extension o f clover. Many have the idea that it can't be grown, and that ends SAVE NOW the matter, in their minds One of the principal troubles $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma with eastern soils is they are de$75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand ficient in humus and nitrogen. Course, Time Unlimited, if you Nitrogen for most crops and on enroll on or before November 1st. most land can be obtained by the today for catalog and $20. growth of legumes much cheaper Write discount coupon No. 32. than it can be purchased. In the Address, growing of legumes, select the H. O. KEELING, Pres. one that will produce the btst returns in feed, under most condi- Bryant & Stratton Business College tions. Alfalfa is the best legume Louisville, Ky. to grow where it will do well. It will produce more feed that has a higher feeding value, on land I am prepared to do any kind of that is adapted to its growth, Work, RooSng, Guttering, &c. Tin I than any other legume. make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized There is no reason why alfalfa (Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call should not be the principal le- at my shop if you need any thinG in my guminous crop in the East, on line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. most soils, just as it is in the S. E. Bridgwaters, West. And the returns of the farmers in the eastern section of the United States would be much DENTAL OFB1CK greater if a larger acreage of Dr. this crop was grown. DR. J. N. MURRELL $20.00 " TIN WORK. James Triplet! DENTIST Bad Habits. Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Haif Gallons 70c. ers at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. H. C. l. Prices. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent. less Those who breakfast at eight o'clock or later, lunch at twelve and have dinner at six are almost certain to be troubled with indigestion. They do not allow time for one meal to digest before taking another. Kot less than five hours should elapse between meals If you are traubled with indigestion correct your habits and take Chamberlain's Tablets, and you may reasonably hope for a quick recovery. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Found a Sure Things. OVER PAULL DRUG CO. has Farmers Mills, N Y-used Chamberlain's Tablets for years for disorders of the stomach and 1 B. Wixon, Columbia, Ky. RK8 PHONE liver and says, ''Chamberlain's Tablets are the best I have " ever used." Adv. For sale by Paull Drug Co. 20. OFFICE PHOH1 Moving Picture Industry. Only a few people can even surmise the enormous expendi- Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer and he Adair County News 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, The amendment for Woman ture of the moving picture busiSuffrage has been reported favness. orably in the United States Fifty million people visit the moving picture shows of the hours. In Breathitt county seventy- - earth every twenty-fou- r five indictments have been The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Woodson Lewis, 3 GEEENSBURG, KY. 4XXXXXXXXS XX!ftSKS D. Practically the entire motion turned against bootleggers. picture output of the world now originates in America. It is the Five persons were drowned in fifth largest industry of the the icy waters of the Delaware United States. More than 70 per when a skiff capsized. cent, of the films are produced The Ford Peace Party ha3 at in Southern California. last arrived at The Hague. One thousand miles of negare- - I 3 Surveying C. 3080(P LandlOwners Attention. Crenshaw tives are annually developed in has opened its the Los Angeles studio, from $80,000 school building. which 40,000 miles of positive Clubbing Offer. are made. Barbour vi He The people of the United For a short time we make the fol States paid $297,000,000 during lowing offer, one of the best we have-evpast year to see- these picgiven to the readers of the News. the tures. Here is the proposition: er tion price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omonnt 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 subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to te Subscription may be new or renewal What the WeeRiy Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscrip- , The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. VETERINARY SURGEON - WELL DRILLER See me be T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years Special gfical experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write Attnetin to Eyes rS T. C. Faulknerj Columbia. Spavin or any iur Fistulo, Poll-evi-l, work done at fair prices. 1 am wellflxed totake'careofstock. Moo . due when work is done or atocV removed from stables. L8CAT10N-NEA- The Adair County News, Hundreds of thousands of dolWeekly Enquirer, Cincinnati lars are lavished on a single fea-tur- e The Housewife, production. Reliable Poultry Journal, ' The twenty producing compaFarm Journal. All the papers for one, except nies spend over a million dollars the last named and that will beJIsent a month in Los Angeles. for five years. $1.65 They employ 12,000 people takes the entire lot. Ifjyou regularly. want them subscribe at once. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Gall. K. IUG1ES' IES1BENCE ONtUtKSVILlE STREET, 6EB' K C. - !? c f. r .It 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WAR SITUATION. -4 things they might ' hear said THESE MORNINGS about the other during the fol In the Champagne' district of lowing week and then to ex France th&French are now atThe coldest wave of the sea- tacking along approximately the change diaries. At the close of Jake Moore, Salesman, Describes son is on at this time. the week they compared notes, same front as that closen by the Benefit He Derived From and it is needless to say that the We had no mail several days Germans for their recent offensTanlac. remarks made about them were of last week on the account of ive. anything but pleasant. But it high water. Berlin records a Frence drive Louisville, Ky., Jan. 18. A tiibute worked to their good. They had to the value of Tanlac, the peerless We are sorry to say that there against German positions about had a glance at themselves as preparation, was paid recently by s of a mile wide North are several bad cases of pneuAmersalesman others saw them. They ceased Jake Moore, aCompany, for thelives at of LeMesnil. The attack broke who monia fever in this section. ican Tobacco to gossip. For faults in them- 627 Sixth street, Louisville down under the German fire, it Jesse Dudley, who has been selves that they had never "X had been in poor health for two is declared, and continuation of yearsi" Mr. Moore said ''For six residing in'the1 State of Illinois dreamed of were brought to morithsl had been in a really serious the bombardment, prevented a for the past year, is here on a repetition of the attack. interestecT1 to sorrie extent in light, and in attempting to condition. 3. was intensely nervous, suffered from violent headaches, and visit with his father and mother. In Lille, Northern France, a what'6thers think of us or1 have guard against these newly dis- was generally run down. There was Wesley Parson, of Hart coun- city held by the Germans since to say about us. Althoughjtheir covered faults others were re- a continual dullness in my forehead. ty, was here for a few days of early in the war, an araunition opinions may not always flatter vealed. They seon found that My body seemed benumbed. My friends and business acquaintances commentlast week closing out his rea depot in one of the fortifications or please our vanity, still we are if they would shield themselves ed on the fact that I had no grip when estate. blew up. Seventy residents were curious to know that opinion. they would have no time to gos I shook hands with them. "My digestion was poor, and I R. 0. Keltner bought, last killed and about fifty injured. And although the opinions of us sip on the faults of others. couldn't sleep at night. If I ate anyas expressed by others may Yes I am very sure that we thing itdisagreed with me. My stomweek, a house and lot in our The German official announcewound our pride, they still may could see ourselves as others see ach would fill with gas. I took cold The people of city. Consideration $215. Un- - ment states. contain an abundance of truth. us if we but desired to do so. easily and didn't think clearly. "Then, a week ago, I began' taking cle Bob kncys a good thing when Lille, says the statement, attrib, explosion to an act of the For "there is none good but one, But it may be best that we do Tanlac. Now everything has changed ute the he sees it. that is God." and others are not try for the image we thus I have recovered my health, energy, British. and ambition. I eat and ,sleep well, Arvin Mill, of Liletown, spent The British forces under Gen. quicker to.detect flaws in ones would confront might frighten and get up mornings feeling like a a few days here last week with day's work. Tanlac has made all Townshend have made several character than the person him- us. But still a small glance real difference the in the world tome." his relatives and friends. on self. It is strange, but still it is might work to our good, as it did For listless, languid men and wosorties from . Judge J. W,. Kinnaird, of Edv the Tigris, each time being re- true, that our faults have a way to the good of the gossips. And men Tanlac has established itself as monton, in company with J. H. pulsed with losses, according to of .pushing themselves to the I believe that we could get a an invaluable tonic. Bundreds in Louisville have given testimony to its Kinnaird, of Red Lick, called in the current statement by the surface, ,while, our virtues, our clearer vision of ourselves if we efflcjca'y. This premier remedy is now jt " to see us on their return from Turkish War office. The official really good traits of character would induce our enemies to being sold in Columbia at Page & TayAdv. Columbia the first of the- -' week. remain unrevealed andsCunnot- - make the notes. "Oh yes we all lor's drug store. i ' communication makes the 1 Judge Kinnaird reports ievery-thin- g definite assertion that this force lced. Why this should be true have enemies. We may riot call all better, except Mr3. T. J. moving along nicely in his is surrounded." is a mvstery to me. Is it possi- them that, but still in our hearts Bryant. She grows weaker; dai' thriving town. While, our old It r.was announced in London ble that we are so" selfish that in they are classed as such, That ly. .,-- , . ifriend J. H., looks as young as that' our mad race for success we will ever present little bird has conSchool at this place, taught by the British relief force com- li he did thirty years ,ago-an- d gets ing up the Tigris was at a stand- attempt to win by holdingSa com- veyed to us a remark some ac- Mrs. Essie McKinley, will close around like a boy in his teens. still' more than twenty miles petitor back? Or is it that we quaintance has made about us. Friday. She taught seven months. Several of her pupils' have gone Nat Walker, of Columbia, was down the river. The Turkish try to reveal our virtues bymag-nifyin-g "It cut to the quick. It becomes every day. the vices of others? I an eating sore, tsut still fethe in our midst several days of last unofficial advices have claimed Lander Bryant will close his week assisting our Sheriff in the defeat of this force with sometimes think that this theory speaker treats us nicely when school at Concord next Friday. getting ready for the present heavy losses. The British de- is true, but still whyshould it we meet him and wetreat him He has had good attendance. term of court, which began Mon- clare they have the better of the be? For phrist hath saind: likewise. But do we treasure Has about twenty every day. day. Buford Montgomery, Henry situation and that the halt of "It is more blessed to give than his friendship? I am afraid that to receive.' Thus do you not we do not always do so. He has and Jo Morris were guests of Strong Hill Esq., spent several Gen. Aylmer's relief column is think that our virtues would soon seen us as we have not always Albert Bryant one night last days of last week in Green coun- because of weather conditions week. and the necessity of removing reach the surface and become a seen ourselves. That is all. So ty repairing saw mills, etc. Mrs. Emma Maupin and little shining light whereby others let us stop and think just a mo their wounded by river. son, Lee, spent last Friday with Our free school closed lasFri-dae naval battle in might be guided if we would ment. Haven't we said some- Mrs. Sallie Bryant, A We must say that this has the Black Sea between the Turk- cease to try to place to our own thing just about as severe about Mr. and Mrs. Barger visited been one of the best schools that for- credit the honor that is justly our friend as the remark he has John White and family one day ish warship Sultan Selim, we have ever had taught here. merly the German cruiser Goe-be- due to our competitor? It is directed against us? Ye3 and recently. Our children, one .and all, have Miss Annie Reeves was a and the Russian battleship true we all prefer a sweet dose perhaps that same little bird has advanced rapidly with all tfyeir med- conveyed Empress Maria is reported by to a bitter one, but still all it to his ears. For so guest of Miss Lula Bryant last studies. We certainly regret Sunday. Constantinople. The latter was icines are not sweet, and it is is the way of the world. that we could not induce Mr. Miss Emma Young, of hit by the Turkish vessel's fire 'usually the bitterest dose that There is never a bunch of is spending the week with Aaron to continue the term on a grapes so sweet but one or Mrs. but the Sultan Selim was un does the most good. June Montgomery. few .months longer. Owing to Let us stop just a moment and more or tne individual grapes damaged, it is declared. R. A. Montgomery and Mrs. previous engagements, he would Constantinople claims that con- consider the great wide world, are sour. So let us try and get a Bettie Montgomery visited relnot accept. siderable losses were suffered by what a great big affair it is. little peep at ourselves and if atives near Gadberry last week. Thos. Dowell informed us that the Entente forces in their evac And yet what a small portion the grape should prove to be Eld. Luther Young and wife, a Democratic son was born to uation of the tip of the Gallipo-l- i thereof we each can call our own sour let us remember that the of Dunnville, Mrs. Tennie Smith, 'the wife of Mr. Shuffit, of Green peninsula. Parties, of the re- Our home, our relatives and a best cloak with which we can of Yosemite, and Millard Young, county, last Thursday. Mr. treating troops who refused to handful of friends, and beyond shield our vices is to say nothing of Knifley, visited their home during Christmas. Shuffit is a of Mr. surrender and fled toward the this we are unknown. A days about our fellow man that we folks here Mrs. Clemmie J. Montgomery Dowell and a very strong Repub- landing places were wiped out, ride and we are in a land of would be unwilling to have him is quite feeble this winter. straDgers. We live, we die. A repeat about us. Then when lican, while his wife is just as the Turkish statement asserts. we Mrs. J. W. Morris is in declinstrong Democrat and the son of The German offensive in the few tears and regrets from our are once started on this highway ing health. She is confined to course takes after his mother in Champagne on Sunday was pre- relatives and friends and we are of peace, let us gather up the her room. forgotten. The flower has bloom- sun beams this respect. ceded by a twenty-four-hothat fall around us, Lawrence Montgomery and ed and faded. But such is the and by kind words and gentle family have been quite sick with Dolphus Rodgers was consid- bombardment, one of the heavlife we "are living. When'we deeds, pass them on to others, grip. ered dangerously sick a day or iest the Germans have yet destep out another takes our place dispelling, perhaps, many a J. C. Montgomery and wife so of last week. By the close veloped against the French lines, Montgomery were thu&the world moves on. shadow and living not in vain. and R. A. medical attention of Dr. Sim- a Paris dispatch states. A and gueats of W. G. Roy last Sunday. subject. Is it Then when at last the winter of mons, he was relieved in a short prompt counter attack gave the "But back to our Solomon McKinley, who-ha- s no time to organize the possible for us to see ourselves life sets in we will have reached Germans time, been very successful in the sale positions they carried and nega- and get the same image that is the goal, and the record we will of fertilizer for several years, i3 Notice to Tax Payers. tived their effort, the dispatch seen by others? Yes, I verily leave engraven on the hearts of presenting his neighbors and calendar. x a adds. believe that it is if we would but men will bear witness that we friends with nice Jake Gabbert and wife visited The unpaid taxes for I9I5 must be have seen ourselves as others take the time to reflect. This saw us, and this record may uncle Will Montgomery and famOurselves. Beginning this week, I paid at once. calls to mind a story I once read prove to be a guiding star to fu- ily recently. wiH have deputies in each precinct in Miss Maud Bryant was the about two gossips. They were ture generations. Who could ask (ByR.L. Campbell.) the county, and when a person fails to guest of the Misses Kearnes pay I will ake a levy. This is the "Oh would some power the "glide gie real neighborhood tattlers, and a greater reward? Sunday. us last call, as last years' business must be To see ourselves as ithers see us." thus they; talked about each othProf. Albert Bryant visited Ozark. S. H Mitchell, S. A. C, closed. f iiiiii iaiiiic IflttlMiAl AMil iJA Finally they met one day Robert Burns must have been er. lixieaaxra. All uunui iuu I listening to gossip when he for a personal combat, and af-- &The sickof our community are dv Bryant during Christmai. looks like we might have an ice tide at present. two-third- t penned the above lines, and if his wish,? should be granted I am sure that this great country of ours would soon undergo one of the most radical changes of all history. For few, if any of us are exempt from criticism. We deserve it and that is why there is such a productive field for gossip. The little world in which exist is continually expressing itself for or against "us. And should we' say that we do not cater to its' opinions it would be f aJse, for we never become so independent' but what we are ter a heated discussion they de- cided to keep, a diary of all the FEELS CHEERFUL -- -- ! Kut-EIAmar- a, -- 4 7 " '- y. long-rang- n, Gad-berr- y, son-in-la- w ur TL 1 II-2- iuf 1